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port, Me., 181 5; he was a seaman, residing in Thomaston, Me. They had,
b. in Thomaston :

3446 Bernett Thurston (Truewortliy), b. Nov. 16, 1837; enlisted in tlie war

against the rebellion in a Maine regiment, and served honorably to the
close of the war; m., and resides in Washington, D. C.

3447 Orson Augustus (Trueworthy), b. Nov. 16, 1839; m., in Auburn, Me., Lu-

cinda D. Drake, b. Oct. 13, 1840; a merchant in Washington, D. C;
d. Sept. 27, 1865, leaving some property; two children; she m. 2d, Oct.
12, 1867, Herman F. Demuth, b. May 22, 1843, ^ farmer in Waldoboro,
Me., son of Seth and Mary (Watson) Demuth.

3448 Albina Delia (Trueworthy), b. in Readfield, Me., Dec. 22, 1842 ; m. in

New York, and is now a widow.

3449 Albert H. (Trueworthy), b. in Thomaston, Nov. 8, 1845; d. June, 1876.

3450 Lizzie Clarinda (Trueworthy), b. in Thomaston, 1846; m. Jabez Barrett

of Brookfield, Mass., where they now reside.

3451 Snell,'' b. Oct. 10, 1819; a farmer in Readfield; m., Feb. 16, 1865, Anna Car-
penter Bacon, b. Oct, 6, 1827, da. of Jabez and Sally (Kimball) Bacon of
Winthrop. Me.; no children.

34524- Hiram,'^ b. Oct. i, 1820; m. Harriet Newell Hayward.

3453-]- William Henry, b. March 31, 1823; m. ist, Sarah Caldwell; 2d, Sarah Eliza


William Thurston ^ {Thomas ^^ Abner,'^ Ab?ier,^ James,^ Daniel^),
brother of the preceding, and son of Thomas and Lucy (Fenderson)
Thurston of Scarboro, Me.; born there June 20, 1794; married,
Dec. 27, 1818, Catherine Simonton, born June 5, 1797, daughter
of Ebenezer and Betsey (Maxfield) Simonton of Cape Elizabeth,
Me. He was a shoemaker in Portland, Me. ; members of the Con-
gregational church; he died Aug. 27, 1869.


3454 Elizabeth Simonton,^ b. in Cape Elizabeth, Me., March 23, 1820; m., in
Nashua, N. H., Jan. 26, 1842, George Shepherd Chandler, b. in Bedford,
N. H., May 16, 18 18, a piano maker, retired, resides m Radnor, Pa. ; both
Baptists; she d. in Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. 30, 1890. They had:

3455 Charles Bradford (Chandler), b. in Nashua, May 2, 1843; a saloon keeper

in Philadelphia; m., July 24, 1869, Virginia Flitcraft, b. in Nelson Co.,
Va., July 4, 1842, and have: Charles Bradford (Chandler), b. in Bos-
ton, Mass., .Sept. 2, 1870, a salesman in Philadelphia, n.m. ; Maud
(Chandler), b. in Wilmington, Del., June 29, 1877, d. July 12, 1881.

3456 Luther Graves (Chandler), b. in Nashua, Dec. 12, 1844; grad. from Har-

vard Med. 1 87 1, served in Boston lunatic hospital si.x months, resident
physician at IDeer Island, Mass., six years, since is practicing in Town-
send, Mass., served in the war against the rebellion in 6th Mass. reg.
100 days in 1864; a Baptist; m., May 21, 1873, T^ora Loud Hurd, b. in


Newfield, Me., Dec. 13, 1S45, and have: Clarence Luther (Chandler),
b. in Town.send, June 21, 1879; Albert Hrabrook (Chandler), b. April
12, 1884.

3457 George Franklin (Chandler), b. in Dorche.ster, Mas.s., Aug. 12, 1851 ; a

photographer in Philadelphia, resides in Radnor, Pa.; m., Nov. 7, 1882,
Josephene Obermeyer, b. in New York city, July 31, 1866, and have:
Franklin (Chandler), b. in Philadelphia, March 17, 1884.

3458 Lillian (Chandler), b. do., Apr. 22, 1859; reside.s in Radnor, Pa.; n.m.
3459 Janette,'' b. May 23, 1824; m., June 4, i86i, Edmund Chandler Merrill, u

ship carpenter in Portland, Me., b. in Cumberland Mills, Me., 1810, d. 1884 ;
she d. Dec. 14, 1866. They had:

3460 William (Merrill), d. aged 15 months.

3461 Katherine Brabrook (Merrill), b. in Deering, Me., Jan. 25, 1865; m., June

15, 1885, Albert Edward Wicks, a dealer in sole and upper leather in
New York city, b. in Bristol, Gloucestershire, Eng., March 16, 1861,
son of Edward James and Elizabeth (Stock) Wicks. They have:
Percival Gladstone (Wicks), b. June i, 1886; Alberta (Wicks), b.
Jan. 24, 1SS9.

3462 William Thomas,' b. May 17, 1827; a ship calker in Portland, Me. ; n.m.

3463 George Soule,' b. Feb. 4,1831 ;; a grocer in Philadelphia; d. Sept. 27,1889. n.m.

3464 Catherine Simonton,'^ b. June 30, 1834; m., in Dorchester, Mass., May 23,

1858, Albert Augustus Brabrook, b. in Leominster, Mass., Aug. 23, 1834, a
furniture dealer in Boston, residing in Somerville, Mass. ; no children.

3465 Emily Abby,'' b. Dec. 26, 1S36; n.m.; resides in Somerville.


A.SA Thurston '^ {David,^ Abner,^ Abner,^ jfatnes,- Daniel^), eldest
son of David and Sally (Eaton) Thurston of Candia, N. H. ; born in
Bridgewater, N. H., Dec. 17, 1800; married, in Wentworth, N. H.,
July 22, 1840, Eliza Woodward Hartwell, born in Rumney, N. H.,
March 6, 1810, daughter of John and Louisa (Kimball) Hartwell of
Haverhill, N. H. He was a merchant in Lyme, N. H., representa-
tive in the legislature 1863-4, town clerk twelve years, and a member
of the Congregational church; died May 28, 1877. His widow re-
sided with her son Charles in Concord, N. H., and died May 16, 1889.

Children, born in Warren, X. H.

3466 Ellen Eliza," b. July 27, d. Aug. 12, 1845.

3467 Charles Edward,'' b. Aug. 31, 1847; m., Sept. 27, 1873, in Concord, N. H.,

Minnie Ella Knox, b. Aug. 27, 1850, da. of Crosby and Abbie (Carr) Knox
of Pembroke, N. H. He is a dry goods merchant under firm name of
Thurston & Emmons, in Concord; member of the Cong, church; no chiL

3468 Ellen Louisa," b. Jan. 26, 1849; '^•' ^^^- 3. 1874, Leander Derby Warren, b.

Jan. 6, 1847, ^ general stores merchant in Lyme, N. H. They have:

3469 Maude Louisa (Warren), b. Feb. 20, 1876.

3470 Harry Hartwell (Warren), b. Jan. 12, 1878.


Abner Thurston ''' {David,^ Abner,'- Abner,^ James^'' Daniel^),
brother of the preceding, and son of David and Sally (Eaton) Thurs-
ton of Candia, N. H. ; born in Bridgewater, N. H., Oct. 13, 1802 ;
married, in Charlestown, Mass., Feb. 3, 1828, Mary Worthen Hun-
TOON, born June 11, 1803, daughter of Elisha and Hannah (Worthen)
Huntoon of Candia. He was a cooper in Franklin, N. H., a chris-
tian; died Jan. 8, 1883; she died Aug. 10, 1882.



347r + David Benjamin," b. in Charlestown, July 24, r829; m. Almira Yeaton

3472 Hannah Eliza,'' b. March i, 1831 ; n.m.

3473 Asa Josephus,"' b. Dec. 13, 1833; i^ a butcher by trade, and was representa-

tive in the legislature from Franklin, N. H., 1876-7; m., June 15, 1880,
Mary Ella Martin ; no children.

3474 Sarah Eaton,'' b. July 13, 1836; m., in Concord, N. H., March 10, 1867,

Frank Kendrick Jones, b. Oct. 2, 1839, a gentleman of property and dealer
in real estate in Concord. She d. Oct. 12, 1872. They had :

3475 Seth Kendrick (Jones), b. July 6, d. Aug. 6, 1869.

3476 Jennie Button (Jones), b. Feb. 14, 1871 ; m., Oct. 3, 1889, Harley Benja-

min Roby, b. Dec. 13, 1866, a banker in Concord, sec. of the banking
house of E. H. Rollins & Son, a former partner in the same firm.
Child: Marion Jones (Roby), b. July 31, 1S90.

3477 Charlotte Rebecca,'' b. in Hebron, N. H., May 17, 1844; d. in Franklin, Dec.

16, 1848.


Ebenezer Thurston'' {David,^ Abner,^ Abner,^ jfames,^ Daniel^),
brother of the preceding, and son of David and Sally (Eaton) Thurs-
ton of Candia, N. H. ; born in Bridgewater, N. H., March i-^, 1805 ;
married, first, November, 1836, Sarah Salina Huntoon of Salis-
bury, N. H., born April 26, 1808 ; she died June 4, 1839. Second,
Dec. 27, 1842, Sarah Knowles Rogers, born March 24, 1815,
daughter of Benjamin and Lucy (Hoagg) Rogers of Northfield, N.
H., who claims to be a lineal descendant of the martyr Rogers;* she
died April 8, 1866 ; he was a farmer in Northfield, P. O. Tilton, N.
H., on the farm where his last wife was born ; died Aug. 20, 1881.


3478 Lena Lucy," b. in Hill, N. H., March 24, 1849; "!■> Sept. 29, 1877, Joseph

James Prescott, a farmer in Northfield, P. O. Tilton, b. in Pittsfield, N.
H., Nov. 24, 1853, son of Ebenezer Jefferson and Ruhama (Mason) Pres-
cott of Loudon, N. H. They have :

*Thr Rogers P'amily.

I. John Rogeiis, the martyr, burnt at the .stake Feb. 4, 1555.

II. Rev. Richard Rogkrs, of Weatherstield, Eiig., son of the martyr, had a son. Rev.
Ezekipl Rogers of Rowley, Yorkshire Co., Eiig., who with 20 " householders'' (sixty persons)
came to this country in 1638, and settled in Rowley, Mass. As they had been troubled for
want of water on their farms in England, they so laid out the apportioned land that each
man should have a sufiiciency. They were very consciention.s in the observance of the Sab-
bath. Rev. Mr. Rogers having, in England, declined to comply with the king's requirement
to read, as he termed it, " tliat devilish book of sports," alluding to the ritual of the estab-
lished church, a church was organized in Rowley, Dec. 3, 1639, and Mr. Rogers was chosen
their first pastor. He d. Jan. 23, 1661, aged 70, leaving no child. The new settlement was
named Rowley, from the place where he was ministei- in England for many years.

Ill John' Rogers of Dedham, England.

IV. Nathaniel Rogers of Ipswich, Mass., 2d son of John, b. about 1598, while his
father was minister of Haverhill, Eng.; came from England 1636. Children: John; Nathan-
iel, no children; Samuel, m., Nov. 13, 1661, Sarah Wade of Ipswich, had children, and d. Dec.
21,1693; Timothy, lived some time in Ipswich, nothing known of his family; Ezekiel, had
Nathaniel, Ezekiel, Timothy and Samuel; a daughter.

V. Rogers, son of Nathaniel, as supposed; possibly Samuel or Timothy.

VI. Jeremiah Rogers of Salem, Mass., d 1729.

VII. Rev. John Rogers, 2d minister of Boxford, Mass., b. in Salem; grad. at Harvard
1705; ord. 1709; dis. 1743; moved to Leominster, Mass., and d. there Aug. 14, 1755; his widow
d. Dec. 23, 1757.

VIII. Rav. John Rogers of Leominster, b. in Boxford, Sept., 1712; m., 1750, seven
years after his settlement, Relief Prentice, da. of Kev. John Prentice of Lancaster, Mass.
7 children. One of his descendants wiis in Leominster in 1843, a great-grandchild, da. of
Rufus Kendall. A brother and two sisters m. in Leominster, and resided there during a part
of Mr. Rogers' ministry. For character of Mr. Rogers see Dr. Bancroft's '• Half Century Ser-
mon," Whitney's "Hist, of Wor. Co." (Leominster), " Eccles. Hist.," Sterling in "Wor.
Mag.," Aug., 1826. Susanna Rogers, sister of the above, b. in Boxford, m. Dr. Jacob
Peabody of Leominster; 9 children.


3479 Rosqoe Elwin (Prescott), b. Aug. i, 1878.

3480 Lena Genieve (Prescott), b. March 4, i88r.

3481 Ethel Florence (Prescott), b. Dec. 7, 1882.

3482 Carl Rogers (Prescott), b. Feb. 25, 1885.

3483 Floyd Thurston Cleveland (Prescott), b. Oct. 28, 1886.

3484 Gertrude Evelyn (Prescott), b. May \jy 1889.

3485 Leanna Marr,' b. in Tilton, July 8, 1S53; living in Tilton ;


Sally Thurston'' {David,^ Abner,^ Abner,i 'James,^ Daniel'), sis-
ter of the preceding, and daughter of David and Sally ( Eaton)
Thurston of Candia, N. H. ; born in Bridgewater, N. H., Sept. 13,
1807 ; married, in Hill, N. H., Dec. 5, 1830, John Langdon Hodg-
DON, born Dec. 19, 1805, son of Israel and Comfort (Sandborn)
Hodgdon of Northfield, N. H. He was a farmer in Northfield, and
member of the Methodist church; died Aug. 8, 1874. She lives with
her youngest daughter in Dunbarton, N. H.


3486 Hiram (Hodgdon), b. in Ashland, N. H., Oct. 21, 1832 ; m., June 10, 1858, Mar-

tha Thurston Webster of Danville, N. H. ; a merchant in Ashland ; no chil.

3487 George Morey (Hodgdon), b. Aug. r3, 1835; "i - Sept. 15, 1857, Pamelia A.

Plaisted, b. Jan. 20, 1S3S, da. of B. Eaton and Nancy Barker (Merrill)
Plaisted of Ashland ; is a farmer in Ashland. They have :
3488 Charlie Merrill (Hodgdon), b. Oct. 24, i860.

3489 Sarah Eaton (Hodgdon), b. in Northfield, Oct. 27, 1838; m., Jan. n, 18S7,

Alonzo P. Chamberlin, a farmer in Dunbarton, N. H. ; no children.


Lydia Thur.ston^ {Davui,^ Abner,-^ Abner,^ yames,"^ Daniel '^), sis-
ter of the preceding, and daughter of David and Sally (Eaton)
Thurston of Candia, N. H. ; born in Hill, N. H., July 28, 1810; mar-
ried, first, April 27, 1834, George Morey Phelps, born' Jan. 27,
1788, a lawyer, who was several times representative in the New
Hampshire legislature; he died in Hill, Aug. 27, 1845. Second,
Aug. 8, 1850, Hillery Knox, a farmer of S^anbornton, N. H., born
in Pembroke, N. H., Feb. 17, 1798; he died June 6, 1876; she died
in Hill, April 15, 1889.


3490 Edward Douglass (Phelps), b. in Hill, Aug. 19, 1837.

3491 George Peabody (Knox), b. in Sanbornton, Sept. 7, 1S51 ; d. Aug. 28, i86S.


Rev. James Thurston'' {jFames,'^ James, -^ Aimer,''' James,^ Dan-
iel'), eldest son of Rev. James and Elizabeth (Peabody) Thurston
of Exeter, N. H. ; born in Newmarket, N. H., Dec. 11, 1806; mar-
ried, Sept. II, 1844, Elizabeth Austin, daughter of Hon. William
and Charlotte (Williams) Austin of Charlestown, Mass. He died
Jan. 13, 1872, aged 65.

Mr. Thurston fitted for college at Phillips academy, E.\eter, and
graduated at Harvard 1829 ; taught three years in the English high
school in Boston ; graduated at the Divinity school at Cambridge


1835; went west one year; ordained over the Unitarian society in
Windsor, Vt., 1838; Nov. 15, 1844, lie took charge of the first Con-
gregational society in Billerica, Mass., and remained till May 15,
1850 ; in South Natick two years ; installed over the Allen street
church in Cambridge, Mass., 1853; resigned 1854; stated supply in
Lunenburg, Mass., 1855 ; two years at Leicester, Mass. The state
of his health unfitting him for ministerial duties, he became agent of
the Massachusetts Temperance Society. After the war of the rebel-
lion he was sent by the Memorial Society to Wilmington, N. C, and
for some months took charge of a school for freedmen. At a meet-
ing of the New England Historic Genealogical Society held at Bos-
ton, Sept. 4, 1867, he read a paper on the condition of the south
since the war of the rebellion, giving his own experience of seven
months in Virginia, North and South Carolina. The last eight years
of his life he spent in West Newton, Mass. At his funeral eight
classmates walked in front of the coffin, as it was taken to the church,
among them Rev. Samuel F. Smith, Rev. James Freeman Clarke,
and Samuel May jr. The entire population were sincere mourners,
as he had endeared himself to all by his upright life, steadfast friend-
ship, and amiable disposition.


3492 James Peabody," b. in Billerica, March 8, 1S47; in South America 1889; n.m.

3493 William Austin," b. July 9, 184S; in West Newton, Mass.; n.m.

3494 Elizabeth Peabody,' b. Jan. 10, 1S50; librarian Newton public library ; n.m.

3495 Charles Abbot,'' b. in Natick, Mass., June 25, 1S51 ; was in the storage busi-

ness in Boston; 1S83 on a sheep ranch near Glendive, Montana.

3496 Charlotte Williams," b. in Cambridge, Feb. 7, 1854; in West Newton; n.m.


Caleb Thurston'^ of South Boston, Mass. {Caleb,^ Caleb,'' Abner,^
James,^ Daniel^), second child of Caleb and Nancy (Wiggins) Thurs-
ton of Monmouth, Me.; born in Newmarket, N. H., April 9,. 1802;
married, Dec. 4, 1826, Jane Sargent, born in Peterboro, N. H., Dec.
10, 180 1, daughter of Henry Sargent of Halifax, N. S. She died
Aug. 14, 1875 ; he died Sept. 22, 1875.

Mr. Thurston was a man of great energy of character, and built
up a large business in heavy trucking in South Boston and Boston,
Mass., in which he accumulated a competency. It was interesting,
and often collected quite a company to see him manage with his sim-
ple voice his team, consisting of ten or more horses, moving a large
boiler or heavy machinery. He understood his horses and they
seemed to understand him perfectly. He never used the whip, but
when he spoke the word, not with harshness, but in an encouraging,
friendly tone, every animal in the long team would put forth his full
strength in a determined and steady effort to move the load — no
jerking or kicking out — if the load moved, it went smoothly, and
if it did not, they were ready for another try.


3497 Ellen Frances,^ b. 1827; d., aged five months.

3498 George Henry,^ b. 1829; d. by being scalded, June 11, 1831.
3499+George Henry,'' b. May 25, 1831 ; m. Sarah Little Adams.

3500 Ellen Augusta," b. Jan. 4, 1837; m., June 12, 1878, George Thomas Perry b.
Aug. 27, 1S52 ; in rubber business in Cambridge, Mass.; no children.



Joshua Thurston^ {Caleb,'^ Caleb,'- Abner,^ James,^ Daniel^),
brother of the preceding, and son of Caleb and Nancy (Wiggin)
Thurston of Monmouth, Me.; born there June 12, 1806; married,
May I, 1832, Clarissa Ann Leach, born 1812; died Aug. 17, 1845.
He was an engineer and foreman of erection on the Boston &
Maine railroad, living in Bradford, Mass., died Sept. 24, 1845.


350[-|-Edmund Morse,' b. Jan. 31, 1833; "^- Clara A. Batchelder.
3502 Mary Jane,^ b. .Sept. 17, 1835; m., Sept. 27, 1S59, Richard James Smith, a
shoemaker in Bradford, Mass., b. in England ; attend the Free Baptist
church. They have :
3503 William Thurston (Smith), b. Nov. 4, i860.

3504 Eugene Bird,'' b. Oct. 24, 1839; m., in Exeter, N. H., Jan. 19, 1861, Lydia

Esther Jones, b. July 22, 1842, da. of Peletiah Jones of Lee, N. H., son
of Peletiah Jones of PortsmouUi, N. H., and Sophia M. Demeritt of
Nottingham, N. H., da. of Dolly J. Lewis of Kittery, Me.; no children.
He lived with his father's cousin John Wiggin at Brentwood, N. H., till
sixteen, when he went to E.xeter and learned the blacksmith's trade, but
since 186S has been on the Boston & Maine railroad, as freight conductor
between Boston and Portland. He was in the 9th N. H. reg. in the war
against the rebellion from July, 1861, to Dec, 1863. Is connected with
the Universalist church, and resides in Dover, N. H.

3505 Clara Cordelia," b. June 17, 1841 ; n.m. ; lived with her uncle Caleb till his

death, and resides in South Boston.

3506 Walter Joshua," b. May 2, 1843 ; '"n., Jan. 6, 1874, Mary E. Thompson, da. of

William F. and Hannah J. Thompson of South Lee, N. H. He is an ex-
pressman and dealer in coal in Newmarket, N. H. ; connected with the
Universalist church. They have :
3507 Jennie Grace,* b. Nov. 26, 1877.


Daniel Thurston^ {Caleb,^ Caleb,'' Abner,^ James,'' Daniel '^),
brother of the preceding, and son of Caleb and Nancy (Wiggin)
Thurston of Monmouth, Me.; born there Sept. 4, 1808; married,
April 25, 1833, Mary Lord, born in Portland, Me., Sept. 8, 1808.
He was a potter in Boston, Mass. ; moved to a farm in Shopiere,
Wis., 1850, and in 1852 went to California in company with two of
his brothers, Dudley and Zebulon, and nothing further is known of


3508 William Henry," b. Jan. 6, 1834; d. Jan. 3, 1839.

3509 Daniel Caleb," b. Jan. 18, 1S36; went to sea and was never heard from.

3510 Samuel Dodge," b. in Boston, Mass., April 22, 1842; m., Sept. 17, 1S67, Mar-

garet Jeanette Williams, b. Feb. 7, 1851, da. of Edward and Margaret (Sam-
uels) Williams of Chicago, 111.; he was a machinist and engineer in Bos-
ton, i860; enlisted, 1862, in the 13th Mass. reg. in the war against the re-
bellion, and was mustered out Aug. 15, 1864; after which he was locomo-
tive engineer for the government in Washington, D. C; 1865 in Green
Bay, Wis., as machinist winters and steamboat engineer summers; 1872
steamboat engineer in Portland, Ore. ; 1873 master mechanic for a large
mining company in California; 1874-84 kept a hotel in Havilah, Cal. ;
1885-6 a machinist in Independence, Cal.; 1887-8 under-sheriff and tax
collector in same place; 18S9 in charge of machinery in Bakersfield, Col.,
till November, when he went to Berkeley, Cal., as plumber, gas fitter and
tinner, taking his son in company, under the firm name of S. D. Thurston
& Son. Children :


351 1 Charles Edwin, ^ b. Aug. 10, 1868; in company with his father; n.m.

3512 Frank Leroy,* b. March 25, 1875; ^- Aug. 29, 1878.

3513 Mary JaneJ b. in Boston, June 26, 1S44 ; m., in Turtle Lake, Wis., April 15,
1869, Henry L. Pangborn, b. in Champlain, N. Y., June 16, 1838, a farmer
in Nelson, Neb., after in Seneca, 111., next at Red River, Wis. In 1884
moved to Edgar, with their horse and buggy ; Methodists. Children :

3514 Charles (Pangborn), b. and d. in Seneca, July 15, 1870.

3515 Jennie R. (Pangborn), b. in Seneca, Jan. 11, 1873.

3516 Nellie M. (Pangborn), b. in Red River, Jan. 22, 1877.

3517 Herbert S. (Pangborn), b. in Red River, Jan. 31, 1883.
351S James S.,^ b. March i, 1846; d. June 13, 1847.


Caleb Thurston^ (^o/in,^ Caleb, ^ Ahier,^ yames,^ Daniel^), eld-
est son of John and Sarah (Durrell) Thurston of Windsor, Me. ;
born Sept. 3, 1797 ; married Olive Cross, born Aug. i, 1801, daugh-
ter of Samuel and Bethiah (Davis) Cross of Vassalboro, Me. She
died Oct. 26, 1867. He was a farmer in China, Me, died Feb. 6,


3519 Alfred Norris,^ b. Aug. 3, 1830; d. Feb. 26, 1867; n.m.

3520 Bethiah Cross," b. June 28, 1832; d. Dec. 13, 1S62; m., Oct., 1853, Benjamin

Franklin Clark, a shoemaker in China, Me., son of Ephraim Clark. Have :

3521 Olive Rodella (Clark), b. March i, 1S55.

3522 Olinda Ordell (Clark), b. July 9, 1858.

3523 Eliza Elizabeth,''!). July 3, 1834; m., April i, 1854, Erastus Foote Nelson,
b. Feb. 22, 1825, a farmer in Palermo, Me., son of Daniel and Susanna
(Yeaton) Nelson of Palermo; served in the 19th Me. reg. in the war
against the rebellion from 1862 till close, 1865; d. May 22, 1885; both
members of the Baptist church. They had:

3524 Wesley Alfred (Nelson), b. Dec. 31, 1854.

3525 Prince Royal (Nelson), b. Oct. 20, 1S56.

3526 Orville Dennis (Nelson), b. Sept. 12, 1858.

3527 Hattie Jane (Nelson), b. April 17, i860.

3528 Yeaton Dunton (Nelson), b. Dec. 26, 1862.

3529 Frank Miles (Nelson), b. April 25, 1S68.

3530 Rodney Erastus (Nelson), b. May 29, 1870.

3531 Warren Benjamin (Nelson), b. Nov. 14, 1S73.

3532 Ella May (Nelson), b. Sept. 28, 1876.

3533 Mary Jane,'' b. June 23, 1836; m., Feb. 21;, 1862, George Washington Brad-
street, b. Sept. 19, 1832, a farmer in Palermo, son of Moses and Susan
(Daily) Bradstreet. Children:

3534 Bertha Cross (Bradstreet), b. Feb. 14, 1863.

3535 Melvin Orman (Bradstreet), b. May 4, 1865.

3536 George Allen (Bradstreet), b. Jan. i, 1S71.

3537 Ernest Ellsworth (Bradstreet), b. July 3, 1873.

3538 Samuel Cross,' b. June 28, 1838; a farmer in China ; m., Nov. ii, i860, Jane
Balcom; he d. Feb. 26, 1875. They had:

3539 Alfred Norris,^ b. Aug. 10, 1864.

3540 Martha Olive,^ b. Feb. 11, 1868.

3541 Lura L.,^ b. Dec. 2, 1870.

3542 John Eldridge,'' b. Sept. 3, 1840; a farmer in China; m., Jan. 29, 1867, Sadie
Burgess. Children :

3543 Nettie Cross,^ b. March 8, 1868.

3544 Willis PZdward,^ b. Nov. 8, 1875.

3545 Nellie M.,^ b. Jan. 19, 1877.

3546 Edward Willis,^ b. Nov. 8, 1S79.

3547 Everett,^ b. April 7, 1881.

3548 Nellie,' b. April 4, 1SS3.


3549 Harriet Ellen,' b. Jan. 8, 1844; m., Oct. 24,1859, Edward Leander Brad-
street, a farmer in Palermo, Me., son of Moses Bradstreet. They have :

3550 Sadie Ellen (Bradstreet), b. Aug. 15, 1864.

3551 Fred Edward (Bradstreet), b. May 13, 1869.

3552 Hosea Edgar (Bradstreet), b. Jan. 5, 1875.

3553 Olive May (Bradstreet), b. July 7, 1880.

3554 George Franklin," b. July 19, 1847; a farmer in China; m., June I2, 1871,
Elizabeth Bessy, b. Aug. 9, 1849, da. of William and Elizabeth (Sturte-
vant) Bessy of Albion, Me. Children :

3555 Lillie Belle,** b. Jan. i, 1873.

3556 George Franklin,^ b. Nov. 12, 1876.

3557 Pearl Cross,^ b. April 7, 18S0.

3558 Frederick Clark, ^ b. Sept. 15, 1S87.


Daniel Adams Thurston ^ {Tmeworthy,^ Caleb,^ Aimer, ^ James,^
Daniel'^'), son of Trueworthy and Priscilla (Royal) Thurston of Peru,
Me. ; born in Monmouth, Me., July 16, 1808 ; married, December,
1832, Olive Bray, daughter of Benjamin and Susannah (Royal)
Bray of Poland, Me. She died April 10, 1875. He is a farmer in
Poland. In 1842 he drove an ox team from Hannibal, Mo., to Ore-
gon, being gone two years.


3559 Levi Moody,' b. June 7, 1834; d.

3560 Susanna Bray,' b. June 22, 1836; m., March 16, 1874, Almon Andrews, a

farmer in Poland, Me. ; no children.

3561 Gilman," b. Oct. 29, 1838 ; a farmer in Poland ; m., Jan. 23, 1863, Miriam Mar-

ble. They have :

3562 Frederick William,^ b. May 17, 1864; m., Nov. 3, 1889, Annie M. French.

3563 Edwin Aldo,^ b. Feb. 17, 1867.

3564 Rose,* b. Dec. 29, 1870.

3565 Lydia Maybelle,^ b. July 5, 1874.


Samuel Royal Thurston^ {Trueworthy ^^ Caleb,'' Abner,^ James,''
Daniel '), brother of the preceding, and son of Trueworthy and Pris-

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