h'lisha Shapleigli's company. Colonel Joseph
Storer's regiment, .August 14 to November 30,
1777. Under Cajitain Joseph I-'icld, chairman
of class No. 10 in Kittery, he enlisted to serve
three years in the Continental army, and was
assigned to Captain Sylvaniis Smith's com-
pany, the I'iftli .Massachusetts, and in Decem-
ber,' 1782, he joined Captain Benson's com-
jjany. He served in Captain Smith's company,
Lieutenant Colonel David Cohb's regiment, in
January and I-"ebruary, 1783, but as the war
closed he was mustered out after but eleven
months of service; he was afterward pension-
ed ; he IS said to have taken part in the battle
of Lak-e Champlain. He married. May 11,
1779. Mary Carter, who died in 1828. aged
seventy. Children: i. T.ucy. married â€”
Goodale, one son John; settled in New York.
2. Ralph, settled in Seabrook, New Hamp-
shire ; married Anna (iove, one son Stephen,
born in Seabrook, New Hampshire, married
Huldah Chase, children: Sarah Ann and
Amos Ralph. 3. William, settled in Hollis,
Alaine ; married Goodwin, children : i.
Lucy, married Benjamin Chadbournc, chil-
dren, Colby and Austin; ii. Ralph, married
Dorcas Hooper, children, Sarah, Frank, Ralph,
Colby ; iii. Nancy, married David Deering, died
March, 1908; iv. Mary, lived in Waterboro,
immarricd ; v. Colby, married Georgia Fabiu ;
vi. William, married Julia Philpot ; both de-
ceased ; children : Mary Frances, Seth, George
and Charles ; vii. Sarah, married .Mbian Hob-
s:mi, one son William. 4. Olive, died unmar-
ried in Waterboro. 5. Joseph, mentioned
below. 6. Mariam, died unmarried March 12,
1858, aged sixty-six years. 7. Polly, died
iinmarried August i, 1872, aged seventy-five
_\ears. 8. Noah, married Eunice Linscitt, who
died October 26. 1851, aged forty-seven years;
children: Peltiah. Jerome, Oleva. I'eltiah
was born November 15. 1827, died unmarried
May 24, 1905. Jerome married (first) Fla-
vdle Bagley, son John; married (second)
Jennie Hawkes. son Edward.
(Ill) Joseph, son of Dennis Johnson, was
born in Maine, 1794. moveil to Waterboro
with his parents in 1799. and resided there
during his active life. He married Mary
Batchelder, who died .\pril 28, 1862, aged
sixty-seven years. Children: i. Mary .Ann,
married James C. Chadbourne ; both deceased ;
children: Joseph, John, Andrew, lumicc,
[,evina. Eliza. 2. Eunice, deceased. 3. Eliza,
married John Roberts, died February 16, 1862,
aged thirty-nine years; children: Mary. John,
.Sarah, l'"liza. Charles. 4. John, born May,
1833, died March 22, 1898; married Sally
Hussey, uow deceased; children: Joseph,
Cora, ^^amie, O.scar, all deceased. 5. Dennis,
(I\") Dennis (2), son of Joseph Johnson,
was born in Waterboro, Maine, April 30, 1839.
He was a lumberman and owned saw mills in
the town of Waterboro and vicinity. He
married Emma Bean, a native of Eaton, New
] lampshire. Children, born at Waterboro and
all living at the present time ( 1909) : i.
Charles W., mentioned below. 2. Maudlena,
born October 26, 1865, educated in the public
and high schools of Waterboro and at Lim-
erick Academy and the State Normal school
at Gorham. Maine ; taught school in North
liillerica and Chelmsford, Massachusetts, about
six years ; entered the State Normal school at
Bridgewater. Massachusetts, graduating there-
from ; taught school two years in East Bridge-
water ; since 1901 has been teaching on Luzon
Island, in the Philippines, returning to her
home to visit in the summers of 1904 and 1908.
3. George H., born November 16, 1867. 4.
Nettie \'.. born December 26, 1868. 5. Mark
T.. born September 3, 1870. 6. ]\Ielvin B.,
born November 28, 1872. 7. Laura E., born
.Vjiril (;. 1874. 8. Frank B., born July 2, 1877.
(). 1. Willis, born July 16, 1881. 10. Ina M.,
born August 25. 1883.
( \' I Charles W., son of Dennis (2) John-
son, was born in Waterboro, Maine, October
13, 1863. He attended the public and high
schools of Waterboro, being a student at the
latter for one year. He worked with his father
until the age of twenty-two, after which he
came to Boston and for five years worked for
.\. J. Woodson. He then entered into busi-
ness at No. 138 High .street, lioston, continu-
ing for twelve years, at the expiration of which
time he sold out and jnirchased the business of
.\. J. Littlefield, then at No. 173 State street,
now at No. 222 State street, a general truck-
ing business, in which he has attained a large
degree of success. He is a Baptist in religion,
and a Republican in politics. He married,
Se]>tenifeer 19, iSSri, Carrie F... daughter of
I'.idredge and Lydia (Scribner) Sawyer, of
Waterboro. New llaiupshire. Children:
Blanche, born lulv, i8j4, and Lena, June,
llniry i.init. immigr. uU ancestor,
LCN r was born in England, and came in
the shi]) "Mary and John." sailing
-March 26. 1634-35. He settled at Newbury,
Massachusetts, in 1635, was admitted a free-
man. May 2. i''>38, and became a proprietor of
the town. He died at Newbury, July 10, 1662.
His will was proved September 30. 1662, be-
(|ueathing to wife .\nna : sons Daniel. |ohn
and Henry; daughters Sarah. I'riscilhi. Mary
and Ehzaheth. The widow married Joseph
Mills. Children: i. Sarah, born November
8, 1639. 2. Daniel. May 17. 1641, mentioned
below. 3. I'riscilla. February 16. 1646. 4.
Mar}', July 13. 1648. 5. Elizabeth. December
29, 1650. 6. Henry, February 20. 1653.
(H) Daniel, son of Henry Lunt. was born
at Xewbury, May 17, 1641, and was killed by
the Indians. June 27. 1689, in the garrison
house of Major Waldron, at Dover, Xew
Hampshire, while in the service. He was a
farmer at Xewbury. He was admitted a free-
man in 1685. He married (first) May 16,
1664. Hannah, daughter of Robert Coker. She
died January 29, 1(^79. and he married (sec-
ond) June 29. 1679, Mary, widow of Samuel
Moody. Children of first wife: t. Hannah,
bom May 17. 1663. 2. Daniel. May i, 1667.
3. Henry, June 23. 1669. 4. John, February
10, 1672. 5. Sarah. June 18. 1674. 6. Mary,
July 24. 1^177. Children of second wife: 7.
Joseph, March 24. 1680. 8. Ann. January 28,
1683. 9. lienjamin. March 15. 1686.
(TH ) Iose|)h, son of Daniel I.mit. was born
in Xewbury. March 24. 1680. He settled in
Xewbury. where he married (second) Decem-
ber 4. 1708, Joanna Adams. He died there
October 14, 1751.
( I\') Cutting, son of Joseph Lunt. was born
in Xewbury. January 22. 171 3. He married, at
Xewbury, December 16, 1735. Deborah Jac-
Ques, who died February 14, 1788. He died
there December 29, 1790.
(V) Cutting (2). son of Cutting f i ) Lunt,
was born in Xewbury, January i, 1749- ^e
was a soldier in the revolution, and was cap-
tured by the British and confined in the
Plymouth prison. After his release he entered
the service again on the brig "Dalton," was
again captured, and cast into Mill Prison,
where he was confined two years. He was
sent on a cartel to Xantes, France, where he
enlisted again and was commissioned third
lieutenant under Captain John Paul Jones on
the famous "P>on Homme Richard." He had
the misfortune to venture too close to the
English shore, when in command of a detail
in search of some deserters, was taken with all
his men. and again thrown into prison. When
he regained his liberty he returned to the ser-
vice. In the privateer "America." he was
drowned at sea. Lieutenant Cutting Lunt was
one of seventeen under Ca|)tain ( )ffin P.oard-
man, who surprised and captured the British
.supply ship "P^riends," of London, bound for
Boston, off Xewburyport bar under the pre-
tense of them wanting a ]iilot. lie married
Mary (ierrish. daughter of William Cerrish,
born at Xewbury, Xovember 2C1, 1751. She
married ( seconcj ) John Stiekney, and died
.\ugust 18, 181 3. Children of Lieutenant Cut-
ting and Mary ( Gerrish) Lunt. born at Xew-
bury: I. Silas. .August 26, 1775, mentioned
below. 2. Ebenezer, June 17, 1781, died May
i\ 1) Silas, son of Lieutenant (.uttmg (2)
Lunt, was born in Xewbury. .August 26, 1775.
He married. September 23. 1802. Sarah,
daughter of Hnssa Hoague, a revolutionary
soldier from Hampton, Xew Hampshire, born
at Xewbury, September 30, 1778, died May,
1858. He died at Xewbury. June 2, 1867. He
was a ship carpenter by trade, but ii early life
followed the sea. making many voyages to
foreign countries, including several to the
Baltic. Children, born in Xewbury : i. Silas,
July 26. 1803, died next day. 2. Mary S.,
October 8. 1804, married, Augu.st 2, 1827,
Philip Bollman. 3. Paul G., April 3, 1806,
married, February n. 1841, ; no chil-
dren. 4. Silas. October 20. 1807, married,
Xovember, 1852-33, Mary J. Hinckley. 5.
Caroline. October 31, 1809, married, October
7, 1830, Robert S. Lane. 6. Abraham, Octo-
ber I. 181 1, married, .August 30, 1835, Eliza-
beth -A. Kent. 7. Charles. January 18. 1814,
married, .August 7, 183S. Sarah Blake. 8.
Sarah F... January 7. 1817. married. October
23, 1840. Jeremiah X. Jackman. 9. Enoch P.
("twinl. .August 25, 1820, mentioned below.
10. William twin with Enoch P., died .August
(\'I1) Enoch !'.. twin .son of Silas Lunt,
was born at Xewbury (now Xewburyport),
.August 23. 1820. died there Se|)tember (). 1908.
He was educated in the common schools, and
learned the trade of shi!)-buil(ling, wiiich so
u.anv of his ancestors had followed. He was
a skillful craftsman, drafted his own designs
and built some of the fastest vessels in his day.
He learned drafting with James Townsend,
the builder of the rli;)per ship "Dreadnought,"
whose sailing record is unbeaten to this day.
During the civil war he was in the govern-
ment service as foreman in tlie yard and
draftsman in the Portsmouth navy yard, and
alwavs took pride in his part of the building
of the famous "Kearsarge" at that yard. .After-
ward he became a jiartner in the firm of Colby
& Lunt, boat builders, at Xewburyport. build-
ing principally many vessels for fishing and
the fruit trade with the West Indies. He con-
tinued in active life to an advanced age, and
when over eighty designed a large four-masted
schooner, drafted the plans, made the model,
and laid the lines in the shiploft. He was an
old time Democrat in politics, and an Episco-
palian in religion. He married, June 6, 1847,
Mary E. Colby, daughter of Captain John
Colby. Children, born in Xewburyport : I.
John E., Alay 11, 1854, married, April 22,
1896, Bertha P.ingham ; one child, Madelyn
Louise, born June 19, 1897. 2. George Colby,
(V'HI) George Colby, son of Enoch P.
I-unt, was born in Xewburyport (formerly
Xcwbury), where his paternal ancestors had
lived from the time of the first settlement.
He was educated there in the public schools,
and learned the trade of engraver. He worked
at this trade in his native city for nine years,
then came to Greenfield, Massachusetts, to
take charge of the engraving department of
A. F. Towle & Son. He studied design and
modeling under Max IJachman, the sculptor,
and was appointed assistant to the manager
of the firm. In 1900, when the firm went out
of business, Mr. I,unt bought the tools,
machinery and trademarks of the concern, and
formed the jjresent firm of Rogers, Lunt &
I'lOwlen, in 1902. The business is incorporated
and he holds the offices of treasurer and man-
ager. The company manufacturers sterling
silver table ware at Greenfield, and has been
very successful. Mr. Lunt is a member of
Republican Lodge of Free Masons ; of Frank-
lin Chapter, Royal Arch Masons, and the
ALisonic Club. In religion he is an Episco-
jialiau, and in ])olitics a Rei)ul)!ican. He mar-
ried, December 16, 1896, .\nna M. Denhain,
born June 3, 1808, daughter of Henry C. and
Mary C. (Motire) Denham. They have one
child, Denham Colby, born Xovember 19, 1900.
(The Ilenhatii Line).
The surname is ick'ntical with Dunham,
Donham, Dunliame and is si)cllcd in various
oilier ways in the ancient records. The s]iell-
iug Dunham was ])erhaps more common than
Denham initil later generations.
1 1 ) Sir John Dunham or Denham was born
at Dunham-on-the-'iVent, England, in 1525.
(II) Sir Thomas, son of Sir John Denham,
was born in 1560. Ik- lived at Kirklingtnn,
(I in John (2). son of Sir Thomas Den-
ham. was born in England in 1589. He came
from Lancashire in tlic ship "lloiic" in 1630-
.^l. He was of riymouth, Massachusetts, as
early as i'')^^, and was admitted a fret-man tliat
year. He was a weaver by trade. He was in
1639 one of the first four deputies to the gen-
eral court and continued in that office for
twenty years. He was deacon of the church,
lie was a landholder in 1632. He was a
member of (jovernor Bradford's council. He
was upright and faithful â€” "an appointed ser-
vant of God and a useful man in his place."
He died at Plymouth, March 2. 1668-69, aged
about eighty years. His will was dated Janu-
ary 25. 1668, witnessed by John Cotton and
Thomas Cushman, bequeathing to sons John,
Benaiah and Daniel : son-in-law .Stejihen
Wood ; to "the rest of my children that are
not designated in this my last will twelve pence
a])iece if they demand it;" also to wife Abi-
gail. Children: i. John, born 1620. 2. Abi-
gail, 1623, married, November 6, 1644, Ste-
phen W'ood. 3. Samuel, 1623, married. June
2, 1649, Martha Falloway. 4. Thomas, 1627,
achnitted freeman June i, 1647. 5. Jonathan,
1634, married, Xovember 29, 1655, Mary
Delano: married (second) October 15, 1657,
Mar} (^obb. 6. Joseph, 1637, mentioned below.
7. P>enaiah, 1640, removed to Eastham, Mass-
achusetts, then in 1671 to East New Jersey;
married. October 25, 1660, Elizabeth Tilson.
8. Persis, 1641. married, October 15, 1657,
lienaiah Pratt. <). Daniel, iri4f;. admitted free-
man 1671. 10. Hannah, married Giles Rich-
( D) Joseph, son of Deacon John (2)
Denham, was born in Plymouth in 1637. He
married, November 18, 1657, Mercy Morton,
daughter of Xalhaniel Morton. .She died Feb-
ruary 19, 1662, and he married (second) .Au-
gust 20, 1669, I-".sther W'orwell. He lived at
l'l\niouth, Middlebordugh and Eclgartown. He
was admitted a freeman in 1657. Children :
I. Elcazer. mentioned below. 2. X'athaniel,
married Mary Tilson. 3. Micajah. 4. Joseph
Jr. 3. Benaiah. 6. Daniel. 7. Mercy.
( \ I Eleazer, son of Joseph Denham, was
biTu about 1639. lie married Bathsheba
Pratt. He was admitted a freeman in 1689.
I ie was on the committee apiioiuted to arrange
for worship in the west jirecinct and secure
[jreaching. Children, born at Plymouth: i.
i-lleazcr, born January 15, 1682. 2. Xathaniel.
March 20, 1683, died young. 3. Mercy. De-
ciinb'.T 10, 1686. married Samuel Ransom. 4.
I iMcl, ( ictober. i()8i), mentioned below. 3.
I'lisha. 1(191. 6. Josiah, June. i(^x)4. 7. Bath-
sheba. .\])ril 26. 1696. 8. Susamia. June. 1698.
')â– Joshua. .April i, 1701.
(\ 1) Israel, son of Eleazcr Denham. was
hmu ( )ctober, 1689, at Plymouth, died .August
18. 1726. He is buried at PlyniptO!i. accord-
ing to the town records, in the burial ground,
forty-five feet east and southeast from the
west gate thereof. He married, June 18, 1713.
Joanna Richards, daughter of John Richards,
of IMympton. She married (second) Elisha
Whitney, (p. 94, vol. 3. Mayflower Descend-
ant). Children, born at I'lympton : I. Syl-
vanus, born May 26, 1714. mentioned below.
2. Cornelius, .August 12, 1716. 3. Rhenezer,
February 5, 1718-K9. 4. Susannah, July 16,
1 721, married Daniel Crocker. 5. James, De-
cember g, 1723.
(\'H) Sylvanus. son of Israel Denham, was
born in Plympton, May 26, 17 14, died 179(1.
He was prominent in the town and church.
He married Rebecca Crocker, daughter of
Abel Crocker. Children, born at Plympton :
I. Pat'ence, 1740, married Percy Shaw. 2.
Israel, 1741, mentioned below. 3. Sylvanus,
1744- 4- Rebecca, 1745. 5. Simeon, T747.
(^. Silas. March 28, 1749, soldier in the revolu-
tion. 7. Susanna. 1731. 8. Elijah, 1753. 9.
Isaac. 1735. 10. Molly. 1757. 11. .\sa, 1759.
12. Eleazer. 176 1.
(\'II1) Israel (2), son of Israel (i) Den-
ham. was born at Plympton in 1741. He was
a soldier in the revolution, a private in Cap-
tain John Bridgham's company. Colonel Theo-
philus Cotton's regiment, during 1775 ; also
in Captain F.benczcr Washburn's companv.
Colonel Eleazer P.rooks's regiment, in 1777-78,
at Cambridge : corporal in Captain Jesse Har-
low's company in the defence of Plymouth in
1776; also in Captain Benjamin Rider's com-
pany, Colonel John Jacobs's regiment, in 1780.
He married, about 1770. Hannah Whitney.
.Among their children was Israel, mentioned
nX) Israel (31. son of Israel (2) Den-
ham. was born in Plympton in 1778. He lived
at Plympton and Carver, Massachusetts. He
married Elizabeth Crocker. .Among their chil-
dren was Henry, mentioned below.
(X) Henry, son of Israel (3) Denham.
was born at Carver in 181 1. He tnarrie<l
Louisa J. Pratt. .Among their children was
Henry Crocker, mentioned below.
('XI ) Henry Crocker, son of Henry Den-
ham, was born in Middleborougli, January 30.
1836, married Mary C. Moore, born .April i,
1832, daughter of Enoch Moore. .Among
their children was .Anna M., born June 5,
1868, at Bernardston, Massachusetts, married,
December 16, 1896, George Colby Lunt (see
(I) Richard Lyman, the immi-
L^ .M.\.\' grant, married Hepzibah ,
(II) John, son of Richard Ly-
man, born 1623, married Dorcas Pltunb.
(HI) John (2), eldest son and third cliild
nf John (1) and Dorcas (Plumb) Lyman, was
horn in .Xortliampton. Connecticut \'alley,
Massachusetts Hay Colony, .\ugust i, 1660;
lived at South Farms, a settlement in the town
of Xortliampton : kept a ])ublic house near
Smith's Ferry and died at South Farms,
Northampton, November 8, 1740. He mar-
ried, .Ai)ril 19. 1687. Mindwell, daughter of
Mary Woodford l-^heldon. of Northampton,
and widow of John I'omeroy, to whom she
was married April 30, 1684. She was born
I'ebruary 24, 1666, died at South Farms,
XortliamiJton, .April 8, 1735. Children of John
and Mindwell (.Sheldon) (Pomeroy) Lyman
were born in South Farms, Northampton,
Massachusetts, as follows: i. Mindwell, .Au-
gust 30, 1^)88. 2. Dorcas, 1690. 3. Hannah,
.April 2, 1692. 4. John (q. v.). 5. Esther,
February 73, i()()S. 6. Cidi-on. March m,
1700. 7. Elizabeth, December 8, 1702. 8.
Phineas. May, 1706, died while a student at
A'ale College, 1726. 9. Elias, May 10. 1710.
10. Cad, May, 1713.
(IV) John (3), eldest son and fourth child
of John (2) ancl Mindwell (.Sheldon) (Pom-
eroy) Lyman, was born at South b'arms,
.Xorthamjiton, Massachusetts, October 12,
1693, died at Hockanum, Connecticut. Novem-
ber 9, 1797. He lived for most of his life on
the so-called "Plain," South Farms, North-
amj)ton, where his children were born and
where he had erected a house about the time
if his marriage in 1716 to Abigail Mosely. of
Westfield. who died November 9, 1750, after
bearing him nine children. He was known as
Ca])tain John Lyman by reason of his rank
in the military com])any raised for the pro-
tection of the early settlers from the Indians.
His home was burned at midnight December
8-9, 1747. and all the members of the family
escajied from the bnrm'ng building except two
of his d;uighters, Hannah, aged fourteen years,
and .Abigail, aged twenty-two years, who were
burned to death. This calamity determined
his removal to Hockanum about 1745, where
he became a large landholder. .After the death
of his first wife, the mother of all his children,
he was married to Widow Theoda (Himt)
.Sheldon. Children of John and Abigail
f. Mosely) Lyman were born on the "Plain,"
South I'arms, in the town of Xorthaiiiplnn,
Massachusetts, as follows: i. Zadoc (q. v.).
2. Mindwell, 1721, married Ebenezer Pom-
eroy and died October 9, 1797. 3. John, Octo-
ber 7, 1723, lived on the homestead, married
Hannah, daiit,diter of Jonatiian Strong, had
twelve children : his eldest son and three of
his daughters were deaf mutes; he died No-
vember 4, 1797. 4. Abigail, 1725, was burned
to death. 1747. 5. Dorcas, 1727, married
(first) Noah Clapp and (second) 'Josiah
Aloody. 6. Sarah, 1730, married Supply Clapp.
7. Hannah, 1733, burned to death 1747. 8.
Eleanor, 1735, married (first) Stephen Pom-
eroy and ( second ) Oliver Morton. 9. Caleb,
June 21. 1738. married Mehitable Strong, re-
moved to the state of New York and their son,
Caleb Junior, married .-Xzubah Cooley and had
a daughter Martha.
(V) Zadoc. eldest child of John (3) and
Abigail (Mosely) Lyman, was born on the
homestead at South P'arms, Northampton.
Massachusetts, in 1719, died in Hockanum,
Connecticut, October 14, 1754. He removed
with his father to Hockanum, Hartford county,
Connecticut, about 1745, where he kept a
public house and became a prominent citizen
of the town. He married Sarah, daughter of
Ebenezer Clark, and she became the mother
of his four children. After the death of the
father of these children, she married (second)
John Wright, of Northampton. Massachusetts.
The children of Zadoc and Sarah (Clark) Ly-
man were born in Hockanum, Connecticut, as
follows: I. Israel (<:|. v. 1. 2. Azariah, De-
cember, 1747. married Jemima, daughter of
Sanuu'l Kingsley, March 17. 1774; lived in
W'csthampton, iiad seven children born be-
tween I'ebrnary i<), 1775, and March 9. 1789,
and died in \\estham])ti)n, October 28, 1833.
3. Abigail, 1 75 1, married Ejihraim Wright, of
Westhampton. 4. Luke, January 8, 1753,
married .Susanna, daughter of Joel TTunt, De-
cember 21, 1780, had eight children born be-
tween January 27. 1782, and September 4.
1796, and died January 12, T825.
(VI ) Israel, eldest child of Zadoc and Sarah
(Clark) Lyman, was born in Hockanum, I lart-
ford county, Connecticut. I'ebrnary 7, 1746,
died there June 8, 1830. He married Rebecca
Reals, January 4. 1770. She was born June
8, 1747. â€¢l'"-"'^' '" Hockanum, Connecticut, De-
cember 27, 1824. Children, born in Hocka-
num. Connecticut, as follows: i. Sarah, .Sep-
tember 12, 1770, married Stephen Johnson,
and di''d September 19, 1835. 2. Rachel, March
'o. I7~2, married Elijah ^Iontague in 1784,
'â– â€¢â– '1 tile following children : Wealthv, Moses.
Obed, Sarah Montague, and these children
each married and had children. 3. Zadoc
Samuel, March 26, 1774, married Hannah
Watson, of Windsor, Connecticut ; kept a tav-
ern at Hockanum; had nine children born of
the marriage in Hockanum, Connecticut, be-
tween November 13, 1797, and October 3, 1813.
4. Israel, August 9. 1775, died the next day.
5. Israel (q. v.), October 17, 1776. 6. Achsah,
April 27, 1778, married Chester Clark, and
died November 21, 1819. 7. Cynthia, April
8, 1780, married Aaron Graves, fifth son of
Captain Seth and Eunice (Graves) Lyman, of
Northfield, and died December 2, 1839. 8.
.Amaziah, February 13. 1782, married Eliza-
beth .\lvord, of South Hadley, had eleven
children born in Hockanum between July 5,
180^), and December 31, 1825. 9. Hannah,
October 9, 1783, married Perez Smith, of
.South Hadley, and they had a large family of
children, one beai-ing the name George Lyman
Smith ; she died in South Hadley, Massachu-
setts, in 1861. 10. Elijah. November 13, 1785,
died June 30, 1786. 11. Elijah. May 2T,. 1787,
married Hadassa Moody, of South Hadley.
12. Enos, January 2, 1790, married Lydia
Watlsworth, of Ellington, Coimecticut, Janu-
ary 29, 1817, and they had eight children born
in Hockanum, Connecticut, between March
31. 1820, and May 29. 1837; he died Septem-
ber 22. 1848. 13. George. December 13. 1792.
married Laura , lived in Ellington, Con-
necticut, and had seven children between Sep-
tember 18, 1820, and August 7, 1835; he died
in Ellington. April 14, i8fi6.
(\'II) Israel (2), third son and fifth child
(if Israel and Rebecca ( Beals ) Lyman, was
born in Hockanum. Hartford county. Connec-
ticut. October 17, I77'^>. died there .August 4,
1836. He was a farmer. May 13, 1802, he
married Sarah Moody, born ^lay 12. 1782,
died March 17, 1848. Children, born in Hock-
anum. Hartford county, Connecticut, as fol-
lows: I. Alonzo. March 16, 1803, married
.Amelia Moody, of South Hadley, Massachu-
setts, had five children between .Xovember 13,
1829, and h'ebruary <), 1839; died on his farm
in South Hadley, Sejitember 25, 1840, leaving
a widow and four children : the widow jilaced
these four children with the Shakers at En-
fiel ', Connecticut, to be brought up by that
society. 2. Keziah Moody. January 19. 1805,
married Moses Hubbard, a farmer living in
Sunderland. 3. Maria. November 2, 1806,