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son of Nathaniel and Abigail Frances (Starbord) Thurston of Hart-
land, Me.; born there Jan. 7, 1819; married, Jan. 19, 1840, Mary
Ann Clark, born in Lebanon, Me., Nov. 16, 18 15. He was a truck-
man in Bangor, Me., died Sept. 24, 1854.

Children, born in Bangor.

5250 Georgianna,-' b. Sept. 9, 1843; ^- Sept. 11, 1850. Henrietta," b. Sept. 29,

1844; d. Aug. 30, 1846.


5251 Henrietta,'-* b. June 14, 1847; ni.,' by Rev. Sewall Tenney, in Ellsworth, Me.,
Dec. 9, 1S68, Thomas Henry Dodge, a barber in Bangor, b. in Sedgwick,
Me., April 18, 1846, son of Thomas and Sophronia Ann (Hamlin) Dodge;
both members of the Congregational church. They have:

5252 Minnie Etta (Dodge), b. Oct. 13, 1869; m. Nov. 26, 1S90, George Everett

Field, a planer in Oldtown, Me., both members of the Baptist ch.

5253 Albert Henry (Dodge), b. Sept. i, 1871.

5254 Freddie Gaston (Dodge), b. Oct. 10, 1875.

5255 Lillian Agnes (Dodge), b. July 7, 1882.

5256 Frank,^ b. Aug. 7, 1848 ; a painter and paper hanger in Bangor ; enlisted in
the 1st reg. Me. State Guards Sept. 3, 1864, and was discharged Nov. 7,
1864; m. 1st, Dec. 12, 1869, Hattie Giles, b. in Amherst, Me., May 5, 1850,
d. May 9, 187 1 ; 2d, Nov. 18, 1872, Rose Ellen Shaw, b. in Chatham, N.
H., Jan. 19, 1853. They had :

5257 Frank Wesley,'" b. Nov. 3, 1873.

5258 Cora Estelle,'° b. Dec. 28, 1874.

5259 Flora Belle, '° ) twins, born )

5260 Freddie Nelson,'" j Oct. 28, 1879; ) d. July 28, 1880.

5261 George Henry,^ b. March 30, 1850 ; a silver plater in Bangor ; d. Sept. 21, 1874.

5262 Georgianna,^ b. May 27, 1852; d. Oct. i, 1853.

5263 Abbie Frances,^ b. Aug. 29, 1853; m., July 16, 187 1, Richard Bickford

Coombs, a barber in Bangor, b. in Vinalhaven, Me., Jan. 28, 1850; she d.
Dec. 29, 1889. They had :

5264 Ida May (Coombs), b. May 8, 1873.

5265 Herbert Leslie (Coombs), b. April 6, 1879.


William Thurston ^ {^Nathatiiel^ Samuel,^ Samuel,^ Satnuel,^ Rob-
ert,^ Stephen,^ Daniel^), brother of the preceding, and son of Na-
thaniel and Abigail Frances ( Starbord) Thurston of Hartland, Me. ;
born there April 11, 1822; married, first, April 23, 1843, Clara Pike
of Wellington, Me. ; she died Jan. 9, 1861. Second, June 26, 1864,
Mrs. Elizabeth Jane (Tucker) Holt of Dexter, Me. He was a
farmer in Dexter, was drafted for the war against the rebellion in
1864, and paid one thousand dollars for a substitute. His mother
died when he was three hours old, and at seven months he was given
to Rev. William Knowles of Wellington, pastor of a sect of christians
called Hamiltonians, since called The Christian Band ; fell dead in
the woods Jan. t^o, 1880.

5266 Mary Ann,^ b. March 26, 1844; m., Aug. 24, 1865, Roscoe Greene Winslow,
a painter in De.xter, Me., named for Roscoe G. Greene of Portland, Me.,
sec. of the state of Maine 1831 ; he enlisted 1864 as a bugler, and served
to the end of the war, in the 6th Me. battery, commanded by Edwin B.
Dow of Portland, and Samuel Thurston of Portland ist lieut. Adopted:
5267 Arthur Melvin (Winslow), b. May i, 1879.
5268 Martha Maria,^ b. March 19, 1846; m., April 2, 1864, Francis Warren Ladd
of Mt. Vernon, Me., a stone mason in Brockton, Mass. ; he enlisted in the
war against the rebellion in Berdan sharpshooters, taken prisoner at Get-
tysburg, and furloughed home. They have :

5269 Lilly May (Ladd), b. July 15, 1867.

5270 Freddie Warren (Ladd), b. Oct. 9, 1871.

5271 George (Ladd), b. Aug. 17, 1877.

5272 Nellie (Ladd), b. Aug. 18, 1878.

5273 Carrie Elizabeth,^ b. Jan. 24, 1848 ; m. Aug. 8, 1886, Geo. Francis Beal, engine

driver on the B. & M. R. R. residing in Charlestown, Mass. No children.

5274 Charles William,^ b. May 9, 1850; a farmer in Ripley, Me., and lumbering

in Michigan; m. April 23, 1881, Alice M. Ramsdell of Dexter, Me., and
have Lota May,'° b. Feb. 10, 1882, Charles Herbert,'" b. May 21, 1884.


5275 George Henry,^ b. July 24, 1852; a farmer in Ripley, Me.; m., Jan. i, 1872,
Cordelia Puffer of Dexter. They have :

5276 William,'" b. Jan. i, 1873.

5277 Gertrude,'" b. April 13, 1877; Harry A.,'° b. Aug. 13, 1S81 ; Matthias,'"

b. Jan. 22. 1884.

5278 Abbie Frances,^ b. Nov. 13, 1854; m. Nov. 19, 18S4, Robert Denjson

Goodale, keeper of a livery stable in North Lawerence, Mass.

5279 Julia Etta,9 b. Sept. 30, 1856; m. Aug. 24, 18S0, Benjamin Joseph Warton,

conductor on B. & M. R. R. They have: Carl Thurston (Warton), b.
Dec. 13, iSSi.

5280 Melvin Leslie,^ b. Feb. 8, 1859; a farmer in Ripley, Me., and lumbering in

Michigan; m. May 6, 1882, Mary Stafford of Ripley. They have; Ralph
Merton,'" b. June S, 18S5.

5281 Alice Bellteena,9 b. Aug. 11, 1865; m. Jan. 25, 1888, Burt I. Reed, clerk in B.

& M. R R. shop, in Nashua, N. H., both members of the Baptist church.
They have: Helen Maud (Reed), b. May 4, 1889.

5282 Jennie Estelle,^ b. Oct. 13, 1869; d. Jan. 6, 1887.

5283 Maud Louisa,^ b. April 13, 1872.


Charles Frederick Thurston^ {Daniel Holt ^ jfohn,^ Ephraim,^
Samuel,'' Robert,^ Stephen,^ Daniel'^), son of Daniel Holt and Jane
Drown (Shackley) Thurston of Cambridgeport, Mass. ; born there
Aug. 28, 1844; married, in Cambridgeport, March 15, 1866, Annette
Maria Holden, born in Reading, Mass., Sept. 6, 1846, daughter of
Cyrus Knight and Lu Fannie (Lombard) Holden of Otisfield, Me.
He is a cracker manufacturer, firm of Thurston, Hall & Co., in Cam-
bridgeport. Has been representative to the general court, ward offi-
cer, and a member of the standing committee of the First Universa-
list church; enlisted in the ist Massachusetts cavalry, Sept. 16, 1861,
at seventeen years of age ; served thro the war ; taken prisoner at
the battle of Aldie, Va., June 17, 1863, sent to Libby prison ; from
there to Belle Isle ; was within the enemy's lines thirty-five days, and
was among the last prisoners paroled before sending them to Ander-
sonville. Company D, to which he belonged, was detailed as Gen.
Meade's escort, and served in that capacity the last eighteen months
of the war ; wounded at Gravelly Run, Va. ; at the last attack and
capture of Petersburg, Va. After returning home, he was captain of
the National Lancers of Boston. She died Feb. 4, 1891.


5284 Fannie Jane,^ b. Dec. 26, 1866; m. June i, 1887, Geo. Marshall Rice, a clerk

in Boston, residing in Newton Center, Mass., and have Pauline (Rice), b.
Mar. 2, 1889.

5285 Carrie Maria,^ b. Feb. 6, 1869.

5286 Daniel Herbert,^ b. March 10, d. March 16, 1873.


GiLMAN Thurston 9 {Samuel,^ Ezekiel^ Samuel,^ Samuel,^ Samuel,^
Robert,^ Stephen,^ Daniel^), son of Samuel and Mary (Tucker) Thurs-
ton of Portland, Me.; born there Nov. 17, 1827 ; married, April 10,


1853, Ellen Elizabeth Marston. He was a farmer in Cumber-
land Center, Me., died March 13, 1873.


5287 Charles Gilman,'° b. Jan. 7, 1854; a farmer in Kingsbury, Cal.'; n.m.

5288 Eliza Jane,'° b. Sept. 2, 1855; m., Aug. 2, 1873, Robert T. Brown, b. June

20, 1855, overseer packing house in North Turner, Me. They have :
5289 Oilman (Brown), b. Jan. 23, 1874.
5290 Willis Alexander,'" b. Jan. i, 1857; a farmer in Cumberland Center, Me.;
m., Dec. 15, 1882, Cynthia Jane Morrison. They have:

5291 Nellie Winslow," b. July 13, 1884.

5292 Walter Morrison," b. June 27, 18S6.

5293 Howard Brackett,'° b. Apr. 26, 1859; dealer in provisions, horses, cows, etc.,

at Cumberland Center; m. Nov. 15, 1890, Hattie Rideout Hamilton, b.
May 24, 1873, daughter of Benjamin Franklin and Helen Maria Hamilton
of North Yarmouth, Me.

5294 Nelly Gray,'° b. Aug. 16, 1861 ; m, Aug. 2, 18S1, Charles Watts, a railroad

man in Cumberland Center; shed. June 17, 1883. They had: Alice
Mabel (Watts), b. April 10, d. Dec. 10, 1882.

5295 Leonard Augustus,"" b. Nov. 26, 1863; a farmer in Cumberland Center; n.m.

5296 Joseph Leach, '° b. Feb. 3, 1865; a farmer in do. ; n.m.

5297 Samuel, '° b. May 9, 1870; a farmer in do. ; n.m.


John Tucker Thurston 9 {Samuel^ Ezekiel^ Samuel,^ Samuel^'=
Samuel,'^ Robert,^ Stephe?i,'^ Da?iiel^), brother of the preceding, and
son of Samuel and Mary (Tucker) Thurston of Portland, Me. ; born
there Jan. 4, 1832 ; married, Sept. 2, 1855, Mary Ann Strong, born
Oct. 14, 1832, daughter of Daniel and Jane (Warwick) Strong of
Portland. In his boyhood he was on board the revenue cutter Mor-
ris, Capt. Green Walden, three years. During the Mexican war they
experienced a hurricane Oct. 11, 1847, in the harbor of Key West,
Fla., which wrecked the vessel, and the seamen went into the soldiers'
barracks, where they stayed six months. January 3, 1850, sailed
from Portland for Cuba in the brig G. W. Knights, Capt. Joseph
Munroe. The next day, his birthday, the vessel capsized, and they
all came near freezing to • death, but were taken off from the wreck
by Capt. Colby, of the schooner Pilot of Gloucester, Mass., all more
or less frost-bitten. Since June 2, 1854, has been in the employ of
the Grand Trunk Railway, four years as fireman, and since engineer ;
moved his family to Island Pond, Vt., 1859, and 1861 built a house.


5298 John Warren, '° b. in Portland, Me., Nov. 10, 1859; has been clerk in the G.

T. Railway office at Island Pond, Vt., from 1875-85, when he was in
custom house till 1890, now prop, of a drug store there ; m. Sept. 13, 1881,
Kate Furber of Canaan, Me. No children.

5299 Frank Melvin,'° b. at Island Pond, Oct. 28, 1862; a machinist in G. T. R.

repair shop in Gorham, N. H.; m. June 2, 1886 Folia Augusta Morse, b.
at Island Pond, June 6, 1862. They have: Ralph Percey," b. Oct. 5, 1887.

5300 Charles Dyer,'° b. do., Jan. 28, 1866; engine driver G. T. R. at I. P. n.m.

5301 Grace Woodbury,'" b. May 11, 1869; adopted 1879, daughter of Augustus

and Lucy Woodbury of Island Pond.

5302 Jennie Isabelle,'" b. do., July 7, 1872; d. Feb. 27, 1876.


Lewis Lincoln Thurston 9 [Samuel,^ Ezekiel,'' Sanmel,^ Samuel,^
Samuel,^ Robert,^ Stephen,^ Daniel ^^, brother of the preceding, and


son of Samuel and Mary (Tucker) Thurston of Portland, Me. ; born
there July 29, 1839; married, first, in Poland, Me., Nov. 24, 1862,
Susan Matilda Winship, born Dec. 11, 1842, daughter of Amos
and Elizabeth J. (Massey) Winship. She died May 10, 1881. Sec-
ond, Dec. 2, 1881, Mrs. Annie Edmunds Beal, widow of George
W. Beal and daughter of John and Charlotte (Edmunds) Budden of
Langton, county of Dorset^ Eng., born June 28, 183 1. He was in
the lumber business in Portland, under the firm name of Rumery,
Birnie & Co.; enlisted in the ist Maine regiment 1 861, afterward
three years in the 7th Maine ; was severely wounded in the battle of
the Wilderness, May 5, 1864; prisoner of war at Belle Isle, Rich-
mond, and after being paroled was carried to the Naval hospital at
Annapolis, where he was under the care of Miss Adelaide Walker,
daughter of Moody Walker of Portland. She was so true and faith-
ful a nurse that he nan^ed his first daughter after her, and says, " She
was one of Portland's most noble offerings on the altar of liberty in
, behalf of the sick and wounded soldiers of the war, to suppress the
late rebellion." 1883 he left the lumber business, and has been vari-
ously occupied since ; now bailiff of the United States courts in


5303 Frederick Lewis, '° b. April 23, 1863; a machinist for B. & M. R. R., mem-
ber of the Episcopal church, in Salem, Mass. ; m., at Woodfords, Me.,
Nov. 12, 1888, Charlotte Batty, b. in Montreal, Can., May 12, 1861, da. of
George [d. m Montreal, April 15, 1S70] and Martha S. (Saulsbury) Batty
[she resides in Portland, Me.]. They have :
5304 Norman Winship," b. Dec. 7, 1889.

5305 Adelaide Walker,'° b. May 6, 186S.

5306 Harriet Emily,'° b. Oct. 18, 1871.

The following evidently belong to the Daniel Thurston family, tho
I am not able to connect them with their ancestry.

5307 Daniel Thurston was a farmer in Sanford, Me. ; married Mollv Still-
INGS ; he died 1782. Children.

5308-f Richard, b. in No. Berwick, Me., 1775; m. Lydia Twombly.

5309 Ruke, b. 1777 ; a farmer in Limerick, Me., d. 18 ro; m. Susan Smith; no chil.

5310 Daniel, b. 1779; a seaman, d. in the Isle of France 1805 or 1807; n.m.


Richard Thurston (Da}iiel), son of Daniel and Molly (Stillings) Thurston of
Sanford, Me.; born in North Berwick, Me., 1775; married, 1799, Lydia Twombly,
born in North Berwick, 1774. He was a farmer; soon after marriage went to
Shapleigh, Me., built a log house in the woods a mile from any other, cleared a
farm, and when the town was divided it left him in Acton. About 1840 he moved
into Shapleigh again, and died May, 1848; she died 1S50.


5311 Lydia, b. Aug. 29, 1800; m., March 11, 1825, John Hodgdon, a farmer in

Acton, Me., d. Feb. 14, 1882; she died Jan. 9, 1885, having had: (i) Lydia
(Hodgdon), d. in infancy. (2) Lydia (Hodgdon) b. Mar. 3, 1827, d. Aug.
3, 1S46. (3) Almira (Hodgdon), b. Mar. 20, 1830; m., 1857, John O.



Boyce, a tanner in Georgetown, Mass. ; she d. in Manchester, N. H., Dec.
4, 1882. (4) Mary (Hodgdon), b. Nov. 2, 1832; m., June, 1870, Stephen
Goodwin, a farmer in Sanford, Me. (5) George (Hodgdon), b. Aug. 27,
1S34, a shoemaker in So. Berwick; m.. May 6, 1862, Asenath Getchell
Trafton of Alfred, Me. (6) William Bennett (Hodgdon), b. Aug. 13, 1836,
a stone cutter in Rockport, Mass., killed by a blast Feb. 16, 1882 ; m., Apr.,
1865, Arabelle Pray of Salem, Mass., and had: Frank Leslie (Hodgdon),
d. in infancy; Fred Bennett (Hodgdon), b. Sept., 1870; Ella Blanche
(Hodgdon), b. Dec. 7, 1872. (7) John Carroll (Hodgdon), b. June 20,
1840, a stone cutter in Somerville, since foreman in granite quarry in Lanes-
ville, Mass.; m., 1870, Sarah Denton Saunders of Pigeon Cove, Mass.
They had : Elmer Elwood (Hodgdon), b. May 24, 187 1, a dentist in Glouces-
ter, Mass. ; Herbert Wilber (Hodgdon), b. 1873, d. Jan. 17, 1878; Fannie
Dayton (Hodgdon) b. 1875, d. J^'''- 25,1878; Ralph John (Hodgdon), b.
July 5, 1877; Mary Edith (Hodgdon), b. March 20, 1882; William, Ruth,
Helen (Hodgdon). (8) Matilda Annie (Hodgdon), b. Jan. 13, 1843; m.
1st, 1868, Daniel Higgins, a dresser in Lawrence, Mass., d. ; 2d, 1873,
George Jacobs, a carder in Manchester. She had Minnie Adelaide (Hig-
gins), b. Jan. 17, 1869, a student and book agent in South Lancaster, Mass.
• (9) Sarah Elizabeth (Hodgdon), b. Jan. 4, 1845; ni., Dec. 25, 1878, Fay
Carlton, a farmer in Colebrook, N. H. ; since 1881 a watchman in Man-

5312 Polly, b. Sept. 19, 1803 ; d. 1818, also 2 sons, and i da., all d. in infancy.

5313 Ruke, a mute, farmer in Sanford, Me., d. July 14, 1880; n.m.

5314 Huldah, b. Nov., 181 1; m. Oliver Lord, a farmer in Sanford. They had :

Hannah Maria (Lord), m. James Gray, a farmer in Haverhill, Mass. ;
Fanny (Lord), m. Joseph Day, a carpenter in Sanford, she d. Feb. 14,
1888; Chai'les Oliver (Lord), a farmer in Grinnell, la., m. Caroline Brown-
ell of Grinnell, and have George Curtis and Jessie (Lord).

5315 Daniel, b. June 3, 1815; a mute, farmer in Sanford; n.m.

5316 Richard Whitney, b. May 19,1818; a shoemaker in Sanford ; m.. May 19,

1839, Mary Ricker of Sanford, b. May 6, 1818. They had (i) a son, d. in
infancy. (2) Nathaniel Lord, b. Sept. i, 1840, a furniture mnfr. in Cam-
bridgeport, Mass.; m. Kate Williams. (3) Betsey Jane, b. Aug. 31, 1843;
m. Lewis Badger Hanson, a blacksmith in So. Berwick, Me. They have :
Frank (Hanson), a shoemaker in So. Berwick; Nellie (Hanson), m. Frank
Hammond, a shoemaker in So. Berwick ; Maud, Grace, Alice, Blanche
(Hanson), d. in infancy; Leroy (Hanson). (4) Frank Richard, b. Aug.
28, 1848, d. 1870. (5) Ella, b. Oct. 17, 1852; m. Howard Gowen, a com.
trav. in Lynn, Mass. They have: Alice and Earl (Gowen). (6) Mary
Emma, b. Nov. 14, 1858; m. Edward Gerry, in Sanford. They have:
Lewis (Gerry), b. July, 1879; Blanche (Gerry), b. Feb., 1881 ; Ethel (Ger-
ry), b. Aug., 1886.

5317 Samuel Thurston, born about 1768; settled in Gilmanton, N. H., in 1791,

and died there 1822, aged 54. Child.

53184-Samuel, m. Elizabeth Moulton.


Samuel Thurston (Samuel), married, by Rev. Isaac Smith, April, 1777, Eliz-
abeth Moulton. Mr. Thurston lived in Gilmanton, N. H.


5319 Lucy, b. Aug. 12, 1777.

5320 Sarah, b. June 22, 1778.

5321 Elizabeth, b. July 16, 1780; m., by Rev. Isaac Smith, Feb. 22, 1801, Thomas

Slade of Hanover, N. H.

5322 Samuel, b. May 12, 1782; m., by Elder Richard Martin, Nov. 26, 1807, Polly


5323 Daniel, b. April 22, 1784.

5324 Mary, Id. Aug. 31, 1786.

5325 Hannah, b. March 10, 1790; m., by Elder H. D. Buzzell, Feb. 2, 1809, Simon

Marden of Gilmanton.


5326 John Thurston, ra., by Rev. Isaac Smith, June 14, 1779, Lucy Moulton,
both of Gilmanton, N. H. ; he d. suddenly, while mowing, July i, 1S2S.


5327+DanieI Moulton, m. Lydia Leavitt.


Daniel Moulton TnuiisTON {John), son of John and Lucy (Moulton) Thurs-
ton of Gilmanton, N. H. ; married Lydia Leavitt of Gilford, N. H. He was in
Gilmanton, and moved to Lisbon, Mich., in 1S29, and finally to Grand Rapids, Mich.


5328+Daniel, b. Aug. 20, 1807 ; m. ist, Eliza Wendell ; 2d, Nancy A. Stebbins.
53294-Mehitable, b. Aug. 22, 1^08 ; m. John Evans.

5330 Eliza, b. May 20,1809; m., in Ridgeway, N. Y., Dec. 30,1829, Benjamin

Franklin Goldsborough, b. in Romulus, N. Y., Nov. 13, 1808, son of
Robert and Sarah (Whitney) Goldsborough, a carpenter in Shelby, N. Y.,
two years, in Adrian, Mich., nineteen years, till Nov. 12, 1850, when he
moved to Grand Rapids; he was a justice of the peace. Both d. within
a few days of each other, 1883. 5331 Samuel.


Daniel Thurston {Daniel Moulton, John), son of Daniel Moulton and Lydia
(Leavitt) Thurston of Gilmanton, N. H. ; born there Aug. 20, 1807; married, first,
in Knowlesville, N. Y., Oct. 29, 1829, Elka Wendell, born June 7, 1805, daugh-
ter of Daniel and ; — (Finch) Wendell of Ogdensburg, N. Y. She died May

5, 1859. Second, Oct. 9, 1859, Nancy A. Stebbins, born March 22, 1829, daugh-
ter of Orrin and Nancy (Burleigh) Stebbins of Munson, Mass. He was a farmer
in Lisbon, Mich., and member of the Baptist church, died July 21, 1878.

Children, born in Adrian,.

5331 Stephen Leavitt, b. Oct. 18, 1830; a farmer near Grand Rapids, Mich.

5332 David Wendell, b. Dec. 7, 1832 ; a farmer in Pawnee, Kan., served in the war

against the rebellion in the 8th Mich. reg. cavalry.

5333 Lydia Jane, b. March i, 1835; m. Franklin Holmes, in Grand Rapids.

5334 Daniel Finch, b. Oct. 31, 1836; m. Julia A. , enlisted in the ist N.

Y. cavalry against the rebellion, and served during the war, after which
was ins. agt. and real estate broker, and always actively engaged in the
business interests, as well as alderman, of Grand Rapids ; d. July 29, 1880,
from wounds received at battle of Shenandoah Valley, Va.

5335 Franklin B., b. Dec. 30, 183S ; a merchant in Lisbon, Mich. ; m. ; no children.

5336 Samuel Benjamin, b. Aug. 26, 1841 ; is in Mulberry, Kan.; one child.

5337 Julia Eliza, b. July 21, 1843; i"- Miles Chubb, a lumber merchant in Bailey,

Mich. ; she d. May 18, 1884. They had : May (Chubb), b. in Bailey, Jan.,
1866; Cecil (Chubb), b. do.. May, 1868.

5338 George Washington, b. June 16, 1845; ^- ^^b. 19, 1848.

5339 Louise, b. in Lisbon, Feb. 19, 1849; ^ teacher more than 20 years in the vi-

cinity of Grand Rapids; 1884 prin. of union schools in Newaygo, Mich.;
m., July I, 1886, Miles Chubb.

5340 Lafayette, b. March 20, 1850; d. Oct. 13, 1854.

5341 Rose, b. Nov. i, i860; a music teacher in Grand Rapids.

5342 Lillian, b. March 11, 1865; a teacher in Grand Rapids.


Mehitable Thurston (Daniel Moulton, John), sister of the preceding, and
daughter of Daniel Moulton and Lydia (Leavitt) Thurston of Gilmanton, N. H. ;
bom there Aug. 22, 1809; married, by Peter Clark, July 4, 1821, John Evans, born
March 20, 1802, a mechanic in Gilmanton and Tilton, N. H. She was killed by the
cars while saving the life of her deaf daughter, Mary, Oct. 17, 1852. He died July
10, 1876.




5343 Lydia Thurston (Evans), b. Oct. 22, 1822; m., Nov. 17, 1842, Cyrus Wood-
ruff Lord, b. in Sanbornton, N. H., Nov. 14, 1819, a farmer m Northfield,
N. H.; she d. Sept. 3, 1888. They had:

5344 Frances Ann (Lord), b. Sept. 5, 1843.

5345 George Washington (Lord), b. April 24, 1847 ; a druggist in W. Frank-

lin, N. H., from 1870 to 1877, since in company with his brother in Til-
ton; m., Sept. 12, 1871, Mary Elizabeth Bella Johnson of North-
field. They have: Edith May (Lord), b. April 2, 1876.

5346 Albert Cyrus (Lord), b. July 30, 1852; a watchmaker, jeweler and spec-

tacle lens mnfr. in company with his brother, and together they have
erected a block for their business in Tilton; m., Sept. 15, 1875, Alma
Wyman Neal, b. in Canaan, N. H., Nov. 15, 1855, da. of John C. Neal
of Franklin, N. H. They have: Guy Maitland (Lord), b. July 15,
1876; Arthur Manson (Lord), b. April 29, 1879; Harry Albert (Lord),b.
Jan. 29, 1881 ; George Thurston (Lord), b. April 30, 1886.

5347 Flora Etta (Lord), b. in Northfield, N. H., Jan. 14, 1861 ; m. Oct. 23, 1881,

George T. Leavitt, b. in Corinth, Vt., June 5, 1855.; he d. in Denver,

Col.,''May 16, 1889.
5348 Lyman Barker (Evans), b. Nov. 30, 1824; m. ist, Oct. 23, 1848, Rosilla De-
atta Copp, b. Feb. 29, 1828; he was a farmer in Vershire, Vt., served in
the 8th Vt. reg. against the rebellion, and d. in the hospital at Baton Rouge,
La., Sept. 13,1863. They had:

5349 Ellen Lenora (Evans), b. in Northfield, Jan. 13, 1850; m., Dec. 25, 1866,

Henry Morse Rollins, b. in Bristol, Feb. 4, 1844, a farmer, then post-
master in Caledonia, 1S85 mail agt. between Chicago and Minneapolis,
residing in La Crescent, Minn. They have: Frank Herbert (Rollins),
b. Sept. 30, 1867; George Lee (Rollins), b. Jan. 3, 1869; Charles Al-
bert (Rollins), b. Mar. 29, 1872; Lulu Mabel (Rollins), b. Jan. 19, 1883.

5350 John Avery (Evans), b. in Canaan, Jan. 21, 1854; m., Sept. 7, 1S76, Al-

meda Bacon, b. in Trumble Co., Ohio, July 4, 1852. They have: Amos
Albert (Evans), b. in Caledonia, June 12, 1877; Frank Otis (Evans), b.
in La Crosse, Wis., Sept. 23, 1880, d. Feb. 27, 1888; Shirley John
(Evans), b. do., June 23, 18S5, d. Feb. 21, 188S; Walter Glenn (Evans),
b. do., Jan. 27, 1888.

5351 Frank Herbert (Evans), b. in Vershire, Vt., Sept. i, i860; m., May 30,

1883, Eva Luella Pope, b. in Caledonia, May 15,1862. They have :
Lineas Frank (Evans), b. in Caledonia, Nov. 24, 1885; Verne LeRoy
(Evans), b. do., Oct. 29, 18S8.
535- Lyman Ellsworth (Evans), b. in Vershire, Jan. 23, 1862.
5353 Charles Albert (Evans), b. Feb. 6, 1827; m., Feb. 6, 1856, Sarah Corsil of
New Zealand ; he was master of the whale ship Arctic of Fairhaven,
Mass., drowned in the Indian ocean Jan., 1857. They had :
5354 Charles Herbert (Evans), b. July i, 1S57, in Northfield, N. H.

5355 Jwlia Ann (Evans), b. Feb. 26, 1829; m., March 20, 1852, Amos Kimball

Copp, b. in Gilmanton, N. H., Nov. 18, 1832, a carpenter in Loudon, N. H.,
served in the 8th N. H. reg. against the rebellion, and was wounded at the
battle of Port Hudson, May 10, 1862: no children.

5356 Mary Frances (Evans), b. March 16, 1831 ; d. in infancy.

5357 Lucretia Ann (Evans), b. May 14, 1833; d. Sept., 1842.

5358 Gardner Thurston (Evans), b. Nov. 20, 1835; d. at sea, Sept., 1853.

5359 Mary Frances (Evans), b. March 10, 1837 ; d. Feb. 7, 1855.

5360 Hiram Bradbury (Evans), twin, b. Mar. 22, 1841 ; served in 9th N. H. reg.;

d. in hospital, 1864.

5361 Horace Bradbury (Evans), twin, b. Mar. 22, 1839; served in 12th Mass. reg. ;

wounded in the Wilderness and d. in hospital, May, 1864.

5362 Mahala Etta (Evans), b. April 16, 1843; ^■' June, 1861, Herbert Goss Chase,

b. in Cabot, Vt., April 4, 1841, an optician in Fitchburg, Mass.; served in

the 9th N. H. reg. against the rebellion as musician. They have :

5363 Herbert Leon (Chase), b. Dec. 25, 1863; m., Dec. 8, 1883, Adelaide

Florence Gibson, b. in Fitchburg,' May 5, 1862; he is an optician in

Fitchburg. They have: Leon Goss (Chase), b. in Fitchburg, June 10,

1887 ; Cedric Grant (Chase), b. do., Oct. 25, 1888.


5364 Samuel Thurston, said to be the son of Benjamin of Gilmanton and after
of Gilford, N. H. ; married, first, Sally Ames; second, May 9, 1812, Annes Fos-
ter of Gilmanton; third, Nov. 3, 1S22, Mrs. Thomas Buzzell of Gilford.

The above Samuel had a brother Miles and nine sisters, who lived and died in
Gilford, probably the following : —

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