William Richard Cutter.

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married (first) Judith ; (second) Eliz-
abeth - - ; ( third ) Widow Mary ( Morgan )
Starr. 12. Lydia, April 3, 1667, died July 13,
1748; married Daniel Grinnell.

(Ill) Ruth, daughter of William and Eliz-
abeth (Alden) Peabody (Pabodie), was born
in Duxbury, June 2J, 1656, died there August
2j, 1740. She married there in September,
1678, P>enjamin Bartlett, son of Benjamin and
Sarah (Brewster) Bartlett. Sarah Brewster
was daughter of Love Brewster and grand-
daughter of Elder William Brewster who came
on the "Mayflower." Children, born in Dux-
bury:. 1. Robert, December 6, 1679. 2. Ben-
jamin, probably died young. 3. William. 4.
Sarah, married Israel Bradford. 5. Rebecca,
married John Bradford. 6. Ruth, married
John Murdock Jr. 7. Priscilla, born 1697,
married, December 31, 1718, John Sampson.
(See Sampson family). 8. Deborah, married,
December 19, 1723, Josiah Thomas. 9. Abi-
gail, born 170}. married Hon. Gamaliel Brad-
ford.



Governor William Bradford,
PRADFORD immigrant ancestor, was
born in Austerfield, Eng-
land, died May 9, 1057. aged sixty-eight. He
was baptized March 19, 1590. At the age of
eighteen he went to Holland with the Pilgrims,
and came to Xew England in the "Mayflower"
in 1020. He was chosen governor of the
colony in 1621 after the death of Carver, and
remained in that office until his death, with the
exception of about five years, when Winslow
and Prence served. He married (first) in

England or Holland, Dorothy May ,

who was drowned in Cape Cod harbor, Decem-
ber 7, 1620, falling overboard while landing.
He married (second) August 14, 1623, Alice
Southworth, widow, daughter of Car-
penter. She died March 26, 1670, aged eighty.
Child of first wife: 1. John. By second wife:
2. William, born June 17, 1624, mentioned
below. 3. Mercy, 1630, married, December 21,
1048. Benjamin Vermage. 4. Joseph (twin),
1630. married. May 25, 1664. Jael Hobart;
died July 10. 1715.

fll) Major William (2), son of Governor
William fi) Bradford, was born June 17,
1624, died February 20, 1703. He lived in
Plymouth, was assistant : deputy governor ;
one of Sir Edmund Andros's council, 1687:
chief militarv officer of the colonv. His will



is dated January 29. 1703. He married (first)
Alice Richards, died December 12, 1671, daugh-
ter of Thomas Richards, of Weymouth. He
married (second) Widow Wiswall; (third)
Mary, widow of Rev. John Holmes, of Dux-
bury. She died June 6, 1714-15. Children:
1. Major John, born February 20, 1653, died
December 8, 1736; married, 1674, Mercy War-
ren. 2. William, March 11, 1655, died 1687;
married Rebecca Bartlett. 3. Thomas, of Nor-
wich. 4. Samuel, 1668, mentioned below. 5.
Alice, married Major James Fitch. 6. Hannah,
married. November 28, 1682, Joshua Ripley.
7. Mercy, married — - Steel. 8. Melatiah,
married John Steel. 9. Sarah, married Kenelm
Baker. Child of second wife: 10. Joseph, of
Norwich. By third wife: 11. Israel, married
Sarah Bartlett. 12. David, married, 1714, Eliz-
abeth Finney; died 1730. 13. Ephraim. 14.
Hezekiah.

(III) Samuel, son of Major William (2)
Bradford, was born in Duxbury in 1668, died
April 11, 1714. Ik had a grant of land
adjoining his house lot in 1713. He married,
Jul}-. 1688, Hannah Rogers, daughter of
Gamaliel Rogers. Children: 1. Hannah, born
February 14, 1689. married, June 16, 1709,
Nathaniel Gilbert. 2. Gershom, December 21,
1691, married, October 23, 1716, Priscilla Wis-
wall. 3. Perez, December 28, 1694, died June
19, 1740. 4. Elizabeth. December 15. 1696.
5. Jerusha, .March 10. 1699, married. Novem-
ber 3, 1710. Rev. Ebenezer Gay. 6. Wealthea,
May 15, 1702. 7. Gamaliel. May 18, 1704,
mentioned below.

(IV) lion. Gamaliel, son of Samuel Brad-
ford, was born in Duxbury. May 18, 1704,
died there April 24, 1778. He married, Au-
gust 30, 1727, his cousin. Abigail Bradford,
who died August 30, 1776. Children: 1. Abi-
gail, born September 24, 1728, married Wait
Wadsworth (see Wadsworth family). 2.
Samuel. January 2, 1730. 3. Gamaliel, Sep-
tember 2, 1731. 4. Seth. September 14, 1733.
5. Captain Pabodie, March 8. 1735, died Sep-
tember 5, 1782. 6. Deborah, August 17, 1738,
died August I, 1739. 7. Hannah, July 20,
1740, married, November 13, 1774, Robert
Stanford. 8. Ruth, July 5, 1743. married,
September 3. 1 76 1, Elijah Sampson. 9.

Andrew. June 2. 1745. married Turner.

TO. Peter. June 2, 1745.



Christopher Wadsworth,

WADSWORTH immigrant ancestor, was

born in England and is

believed to have come to New England in the



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ship with William Wadsworth, who may have
been his brother, in the ship "Lion" in 1632.
He is believed to have been the son of Thomas
Wadsworth, from the records in a Bible he
brought with him, and which is now owned by
the Cowles family in Hartford, Connecticut.
He settled in Duxbury where he was a promi-
nent citizen. He was the first constable of
the town ; deputy to the general court, select-
man and highway surveyor at various times.
He is mentioned first in the records in 1633
and in 1638 drew land in Holly Swamp. The
site of his house is west of Captain's Hill, near
the new road to Kingston ; his lands ran clear
to the bay, on what was formerly known as
Morton's Hole. The homestead remained in
the family until 1855. His will was dated July
31, 1677, and filed September, 1678. He mar-
ried Grace Cole, whose will is dated January

13, 1687. Children: 1. Mary, married

Andrews. 2. Joseph, born 1636, mentioned
below. 3. John, 1638, died 1700; married,
1677. Abigail Andrews. 4. Samuel.

( II ) Joseph, son of Christopher Wads-
worth, was born in 1636 and lived in Duxbury.
He married Abigail Waite and (second) Mary

. His will is dated March 22, 1689.

Children: 1. Elisha, mentioned below. 2.
Samuel. 3. Joseph. 4. Mehitable. 5. Ruth.
6. Bethia. '

(III) Elisha, son of Joseph Wadsworth,
was born in Duxbury and inherited most of
the lands of his father, and a boat "in build-
ing." He married Elizabeth Wiswall, who
died January 25, 1741. Children: 1. Eliza-
beth, born March 6, 1695. 2. Alice, April 15,
1697, married, May 10, 1722, Thomas Burton.
3. Anne, April 14, 1700. 4. Abiah, June 4,
I 7°3- 5- Patience, August 20, 1706, married,
December 7, 1727, Samuel Gray. 6. Fear,
August 19, 1709. 7. Wait, October 23, 1714,
mentioned below.

(IV) Captain Wait, son of Elisha Wads-
worth, was born October 23, 1714. He was a
lieutenant and chosen captain in 1766. He
married Abigail Bradford. Children: 1. Abi-
gail, born June 3, 1749, died young. 2. Joseph,
July 7, 1750, mentioned below. 3. Ahira, No-
vember 1. 1 75 1. 4. Seneca. April 9, 1753. 5.
Wait, October 7. 1754. 6. Cynthia, March 25,
1756, married, 1777, Ezekiel Soule. 7. Robert,
September 26, 1757, died April 25, 1760. 8.
Eden, May 12, 1759. 9. Beulah, June 8, 1762,
married Arthur Howland. 10. Celannah, De-
cember 9, 1763, married William Keen. 11.
Zenith, October 5, 1766. 12. Abigail, October
2Z, 1768. 13. Wiswall, baptized 1768.



( V) Joseph ( 2 ) , son of Captain Wait Wads-
worth, was born July 7, 1750, and married,
February, 1773, Anne Drew. He lived in
Duxbury. Children: 1. Huldah, born August
4, 1783, married Seth Hunt (see Hunt family).
2. Abigail B., January 24, 1796.



George Soule, immigrant ances-
SOULE tor, came to New England in the
"Mayflower" as a servant to
Edward Winslow. In 1623 he had a grant of
one acre and next "a lot at the watering place"
which he sold to R. Hicks in 1629. In 1638
he lived north of Eel river bridge. He relin-
quished his land there to Constant and Thomas
Southworth. and removed to Duxbury. He
was a volunteer in the Pequot war in 1637.
He settled at Powder Point, Duxbury. He
was a commissioner in 1640 and deputy to the
general court in 1642. He was a proprietor
of Bridgewater in 1645. but sold his right to
Nicholas Byram. His will was dated August
11, 1677, when "aged and weak," and proved
March 5, 1679-80. He married Mary Becket
or Bucket. Children: 1. John, born 1632,
mentioned below. 2. George, inherited half
of his father's lands at Dartmouth. 3. Ben-
jamin, killed at Pawtucket, March 26, 1676.

1. Zachariah, married Margaret ; died

1003. 5. Nathaniel, inherited land at Dart-
mouth. 6. Elizabeth, married Francis Walker.
7. Susanna. 8. Mary, married John Peterson.

( II ) John, son of George Soule, was born
in 1632 and died in 1707. He resided in Dux-
bury, and was the chief heir of his father,
because "he and his family hath in my extreme
old age and weakness bin tender and careful of
mee and very healpfull to mee." He married

Esther , who died September 12, 1733,

aged ninety-five. Children: 1. John. 2.
Joseph, born July 31, 1679. 3. Joshua, Octo-
ber 12, 1681. 4. Josiah, 1682, mentioned below.
5. Benjamin, married Sarah Standish. 6.
Daughter, married Edmund Weston. 7.
Daughter, married Adam Wright.

(Ill) Josiah, son of John Soule, was born
in Duxbury in 1682, died June 25, 1764. He
married, May 25, 1704, Lydia Delano, who
died November 24. 1763, aged eighty-three.
Children: 1. Jonathan, born June 23, 1705,
died April 4, 1776. 2. Mary, December 5,
1706, married, January 2, 1733, Joshua Cush-
man, of Lebanon, Connecticut. 3. Abisha,
November 25, 1708. 4. Micah, April 12, 171 1.
5. Nathaniel, November 4, 1714, mentioned
below. 6. Lydia, October 2, 1719.

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born in Duxburv. November 4, 1714. He mar-
ried when sixty years old, April 27, 1775,
Abigail Tolman, of Scituate, who died July 9,
[834. Children: 1. Nathaniel, born July 28,
1777, married Polly Partridge. 2. Lydia, mar-
ried Andrew Sampson (see Sampson family).
3. Mary. 4. Althea.



The Swan family of England is
SWAN widely distributed in various

counties, and includes many noble
families. Most of the coats-of-arms have the
swan as an emblem. The Swan family of
Kent has: Az, a swan ppr. The family at
Southfleet and Denton Court, Kent, has: Az.
a chev. ermine between three swans ar. Crest:
a demi-talbot saliant gu. collared or. The
name is varied in spelling, as Swann, Swanns,
Swans, Swain, Swayne, Swaine, but Swan
seems to be the original surname, suggested
by the fowl, as many kindred names — Crane,
Bird, Swallow j Sparrow, etc.

( I ) John Swan, the immigrant ancestor,
was born in England in 1620, died June 5,
1708. He came to Watertown, Massachusetts,
and was brought up in the family of Thomas
Bittlestone, who provided by his will, dated
November 3, 1(140, that his widow Elizabeth
should be served five years by the boy John
Swan, and she should then pay him five pounds.
He was a proprietor of Watertown in 1642,
but removed to Cambridge, in the section called
Menotomy, where his posterity have lived ever
since, now Arlington, Massachusetts. He was
a farmer. He belonged to the church, but for
some unknown reason was excommunicated in
1684. It would seem that he was not easily
moved from his purpose, good or bad, for in
that day. when excommunication was regarded
as an effectual bar against salvation, he with-
stood the power of the church more than
twenty years, but finally, in extreme old age,
he made his peace with his brethren in the
church, and was restored to communion De-
cember 22, 1706. He died June 5, 1708, aged
eighty-seven, as written on his gravestone. His
wife Mary died February 11, 1702, aged sixty-
nine. He married, June 1, 1650-51, Rebecca
Palfrey, who died July 12, 1654; married sec-
ond, March 2, 1655-56, Mary Pratt. He had
two sons in King Philip's war. Pie was taxed
in Charlestown in 1688. Children: 1. Ruth,
born March 10, 1652. 2. Gershom, June 30,
1654, mentioned below. 3. Samuel, May 1,
1657, died March 1, 1658. 4. Mary, May 2,
1659. 5. Elizabeth, July 14, 1661, married
Ezekiel Richardson, of Woburn, July 27, 1687.



6. Lydia, July 28, 1663. 7. John, May 1, 1665,
resided in Woburn, 1712. 8. Hannah, Febru-
ary 2/, 1667. 9. Ebenezer, November 14, 1672.
10. (Had ten children in 1676). We find in
the "New England Historic Genealogical
Register," at the rooms on Summer street,
Boston, in vol. 2, p. 158, is the entry that one
Hannah Swan married Samuel Peabody. In
vol. 4, p. 261, we find the names of persons
who were examined of their conformity by the
minister of Gravesend. England ; and took
oath of allegiance and supremacy and were
transported to Virginia in the ship "< rlobe," of
London, Jeremy Blackmail, master. August 6,
1635 ; among these appears the name of John
Swan.

(II) Gershom, son of John Swan, was born
in Cambridge, Massachusetts, June 30, 1654.
He married. December 20, 1677, Sarah Holden.
He settled in Menotomy, where he died July 2,
1708, his wife Sarah surviving him. He was
taxed in Charlestown in 1688. Children, born
in Menotomy: I. Sarah, about 1679, died un-
married. April 25, 1699. 2. Rebecca, August
24. 1681, died young. 3. John, October 3, 1683,
mentioned below. 4. Ruth, December 25, 1685,
married Theophilus Richardson, of Woburn,
July 1, 1714. 5. Abigail, February 12, 1686-87,
married John Richardson, of Woburn. 6.
Lydia, November 10, 1689; married William
Mansur, of Medford, February 2, 1714-15- 7-
Rebecca, 1698. married, February 2, 1714-15,
George Abbott. Perhaps other children.

(III) John (2), son of Gershom Swan, was
born at Venotomy, Massachusetts, October 3.
1683. He inherited the homestead at Meno-
tomy, being the only son. He died March 31,

1752. He married Elizabeth , who died

December 21, 1723, aged twenty-eight. He
married (second) May 25, 1725, Elizabeth
Cowdrey, of Reading, Massachusetts, who
died October 28, 1780, aged eighty-five. Chil-
dren, bom at Menotomy: 1. John, baptized
April 12, died June II, 1719. 2. Timothy, born
August 3, 1720. 3. Elizabeth, October 12,
1722. Children of second wife: 4. Esther,
March 15, 1726, married, April 19, 1759, Zeba-
diah Richardson. 5. John, baptized August 4,
1728. 6. Gershom, baptized August 10, 1729,
died young. 7. Susanna, born October 4, 1730.
married Joseph Parks Jr., of Concord (1753)
or Samuel Watts, of Woburn, April 4. 1757. 8.
William, born September 4, 1737, published to
Lucy Robbins, of Boston, March 15, 1759.

(IV) Tohn (3), son of John (2) Swan,
was born" in West Cambridge. March 23, 1728.
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there October 26, 1804. He married (pub-
lished January 15, 1774) Mary Richardson,
born August 2, 1744, daughter of Reuben and
Esther ( Wyman ) Richardson, of Stoneham,
Massachusetts. He was a farmer all his life.
His place was located where the present Win-
chester golf links are. He raised farm pro-
duce, for which he found a market in Boston
and was quite prosperous. He was a man of
strong personal traits, exact and methodical.
He believed in having the best of everything,
so far as he could, and was the first to own a
carriage in the town. His farm was neat and
attractive, and his personal appearance was
above criticism. He belonged to the military
company for several years. He had good
horses, and was always well mounted, making
a fine figure with his handsome saddle, his
shining spurs and his military bearing. Squaw
Sachem, who formerly owned the land, of
which his farm was a part was called the
Queen of the Mystic. The brook through the
place is still called Squaw Sachembrook. Swan
bought the farm May 9. 1765, of Henry and
Hannah Putnam. They had it of Joseph Hart-
well by deed dated April, 1753, and he pur-
chased of the original owner. Swan was taxed
from 1765 to 1773 in Charlestown. In 1757
he was admitted to the Precinct church ; in
1761 he was on the prudential school com-
mittee. His will is dated 1800, proved Decem-
ber 22, 1804, devising to his first three sons.
Children : 1. John, born January 10, 1776, died
September 6, 1864; married Sarah Hall Mason,
daughter of Benjamin Mason. 2. Reuben,
March 27, 1778, mentioned below. 3. William,
March 21, 1781, died October 31, 1832; mar-
ried, June 21, 1807, Nancy Dadmun, of Fram-
ingham. 4. Mary, November 10, 1783, died
unmarried. September 14, 1805. 5. Stephen,
October 20, 1785, died October 16, 1871 : mar-
ried, June 12, 1823, Betsey Tucker, of Milton,
Massachusetts ; soldier in war of 1812.

( Y ) Reuben, son of John (3) Swan, was
born at West Cambridge. Massachusetts,
March 27. 1778, and died at Dorchester, June
18, 1856. He was brought up on his father's
farm, and received the education common to
a farmer's son of that period, remaining on
the homestead until after his marriage in 1804.
He and his brother Stephen became joint
owners of the farm at the death of their father.
Soon afterward Reuben sold out to his brother
and removed to Dorchester Lower Mills, where
he engaged in the grain business. He used to
buy his grain in Boston from the ship, teamed
it to Dorchester, and had his corn ground at



the mill there on the site of the present Baker
chocolate mills. He sold his grain, meal, etc.,
in Dorchester and neighboring towns on estab-
lished routes. One of his best customers was
President John Ouincy Adams, of Braintree
(now Ouincy), Massachusetts. He continued
in this business until early in the thirties, and
then returned to West Cambridge to resume
farming, but after five years or more, returned
to Dorchester and continued in the grain busi-
ness another six years. He then retired and
lived quietly the remainder of his days at his
homestead near the site of the Baker mills.
During his previous residence in Dorchester
his home was at the foot of Dorchester Hill.
He was a man of unusual physical strength,
and is said to have been able to lift a barrel of
cider into his wagon unassisted. He was a
gentleman of the old school, and while strict
in matters of conduct and religion in his family
he gave his children the advantage of a liberal
education, and several of his sons became
school teachers. He was a member of the Dor-
chester Congregational church. He acquired a
competence. He married, December 2, 1804,
Ruth Teel, born July 30. 1786, at Charlestown,
Massachusetts, died at Dorchester, August 17,
1847, daughter of Jonathan Teel, born Janu-
ary 30, 1754, died June 7, 1828; and his wife,
Lvdia (Cutter) Teel, who was born October
26. 1757. died September, 1831. Her father
was a farmer. Mrs. Swan was a descendant
of many of the early settlers of Massachusetts
including Richard Cutter, John Rolfe. Robert
Harrington, William Reade, Ezekiel Richard-
son. Thomas Pierce, Abraham Parker, Percival
Green, Peter Tufts and others. Children: 1.
Reuben, born October 12. 1805, died Novem-
ber 29, 1889: married (first) October 17, 1833,
Mar}- Ann Wilson, of Charlestown, who died
September 13, 1859; children: i. Stephen
Augustus, born November 29, 1839, died Janu-
ary 2J, i860; ii. Arthur Merrill, born Febru-
ary 5, 1842, died August 25, 1844; iii. Fred-
erick Marcellus. born March 8, 1844, married
(first) December 20, 1871, Emma F. Mayo,
who died October 9, 1882; (second) Decem-
ber 9, 1885, Mary Louisa Jenkins ; children of
first wife : Frederick Wilson, born April 7,
1873, married, August 8, 1901, Lydia Mabel
Munson; Annie Louise Darling, August 21,
1874; Charles Mayo, September 26, '1875, died
July 31, 1876; Reuben A.. September 16, 1879,
died September 29, 1881 : Rollin N., March 12,
1881, died August 1, 1881 ; Ralph H., August
17, 1882. died April 6, 1883: iv. Albert Dorr,
born December 4, 1845, married (first) Sep-



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tember i, 1871, Ellen Maria Broad, who died
July 31. 1878; (second) October 15, 1879,
Elizabeth Chase Merrill : child, Albert Will-
iam, born June 5, 1881 ;v. Henry Langley, born
March 6, 1848, died August 5. "1851 ; vi. Mary
Catherine, bom April 26, 1851, died August
4, 1855; vii. Willie Gardner, born May 11,
1854, married, October 14. 1886. Mabel A.
Durrell ; children : Mary Winchester, born
January 31, .1888, died October 22. 1889: Reu-
ben, November 24, 1891 ; Durrell, August 8,
1894; Florence Tucker, June 20, 1899. Reu-
ben married (second) August 8, 1861, Hannah
Louisa Darling. 2. John, born August 17,
1807, died March 30. 1886: married. June 4,
1832, Julia Xason, of Walpole, Massachusetts;
children: i. John Edwin, born July 1. 1834,
married, November 3, 1857, Annie Eliza
Tower, children : William Upham, born May
26, 1864, married. June 30, 1896, Alice Adams,
of Quincy, and Seavey Pierce, born November
7, 1874. married, October 20, 1906, Laura
Stevens, of Roxbury ; ii. Emily Louisa, born
Tune 6, 1839, married, January 2, 1866,
Andrew H. Potter, children : John Swan, born
April 11. 1874. and Emily Louisa, born Janu-
ary 26, 1876, married. September 6, 1900, W.
Scott Miles. 3. James, born April 21, 1809,
married. October 21, 1S35, Ellen Maria Austin
Locke; died March 26, 1873; children: i.
Margarette Hyde, born April 16. 1837, died
March 9, 1839; ii. James Edward, born August
15, 1X30. married, October 21, 1869, Susan
fenks Luther, children: James, born Novem-
ber, 1870. married. February 11, 1901. Frances
Wallace Barnes, and Edward Luther, born
February 17. 1877, died August 1, 1877; iii.
Margarette Ellen, born August 14, 1842 ; iv.
Clarence Austin, born July 8, 1845, married,
October 18, 1871. Helen M. Gleason, children:
Helen Louise, born August 15. 1872, and Win-
throp Austin, born July 9, 1874. died Novem-
ber 21, 1876; v. Herbert Loring Locke, born
April 25. 1847. died March 25.184'); vi. Maria
Louisa, born February 25, 1849, died June 19,
1 871; vii. Ruthe Alice, born May 9, 1857,
married. October 21, 1878, Frederick H.
Buggies, children : Alice, born October 21. 1880,
ami Everett Austin, born January 30. 1882. died
September 2, 1882. 4. Albert Dorr, born July
20, 1811, married (first) October 12, 1834,
Ursula A.' Howe: married (second) October
2, 1870, Emeline L. Jack; died August 12,
1891 : no issue. 5. Joseph Teel, born August 27.
1813, died April 21, 1895: married, November
14. 1838. Abigail Atherton, of Dorchester;
children : i. Abby Louisa, born August 5,



1839. married. September 2~, 1866, Leonard
B. Wilder, children: Abby Frances, born June
26. 1870, and Mary Louise, born December
11, 1873; ii. Mary Belcher, born July 7. 1842,
died November 10, 1899; married, October 12,
1869, S. Worcester Hayden, children: Herbert
Swan, born March 6, 1872. and Sarah Linnella,
born May 2J, 1876; iii. Anna Maria, born De-
cember 2^, 1843. married, September 27, 1866,
Luther lielcher Jr., children : Alice Gertrude,
bom October 3, 1868; iv. William Francis,
born November 25, 1847, cuecl April r 3> T 9° 8 ;
married, September 16, 1873, Mary Adella
Batchelder. children: Charles Alfred, born
March 16. 1875. Mabel Louise, born April 8,
1877, Florence May. born July 1. 1887; v.
Ella Atherton, born September 13. 1850. mar-
ried, November 18, 1884, Francis Bowen, chil-
dren : Maude Amelia, born December 14,
1885, and Ella Irene, born July 9. 1888; vi.
Sarah Elizabeth, born February 23, 1854, mar-
ried, September 17, 1874, Sidney H. Buttrick,
children : Charles Hastings, born January 29,
187C), Joseph Swan, born May 4, 1881, Sidney
Homer, born August 29, 1880. John Willard,
born December 19, 1893, Sarah Elizabeth, born
September 25, 1895; vii. Charles Henry, born
June 9, 1856, died September 28, 1858. 6.
William Henry, born March 17, 1816, men-
tioned below. 7. Stephen Augustus, born Au-
gust 17. 18 18, 'died December 25, 1839. 8.
Mary Richardson, born August 17, 1818, died
December 15, 1819. 9. George, born Septem-
ber 26, 1820. died October 11. 1882; married,
November 18. 1846, Clara C. Cook, children: i.
Alfred S.. born March 2^, 1848; ii. Louisa T.,
born January 9. 1852, died April 1895 ; mar-
ried, October 15. 1874, William E. Field, of
Arlington, children : William Evarts, born
Januarv 30. 1876. Arthur Dwight. born June
8, 1877, died March 5, 1902. Beulah Louisa,
born July 20. 1879; iii. George Arthur, born
October 5, 1854. married (first) October 10,
1881, Bertha B. Russell; (second) December
4, 1894, Adelaide Augusta Wells; iv. Charles
Henry, born March 10, 1800. married (first)
November 30, 1887, Carrie L. Rugg ; (second)
Tune 6, 1894, Gertrude A. Butler, children:
Marguerite Thayer, born March 23. 1889, and
Howard Atherton, born May 17. 1 891, died
October 9, 1891. 10. Sarah Louisa, born Sep-
tember 10, 1822, died July 14, 1887: married,
November 3, 1841, James Pope, children: i.
Almira Gardner, born December 13, 1842. died
April 10. 1861); married, February 25. 1869,
Edward P. Hurd ; ii. James Francis, born May
28. 1815. married. December 23, 1869. Harriet



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A. Gates, of Milton, child, Sarah Gates, born
June 30, 18S0; iii. Sarah Louisa, born August



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