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7009*^ Hattie B. (Price), b. in Scott, Dec. 22, 1861 ; d. July 3, 1S63.

■joogc Alma Elgina (Price), b. in LaGrange, March 10, 1869.
7010 Eunice,* b. in Pennsylvania, Sept. 22, 1835; m., in LaGrange, Ind., George
Porter McCurry, a farmer and stock raiser, and a steward in the Methodist
church, in Harnden, Mo., b. in Venango Co., Penn., May, 1834, son of John
McCurry of New York city; she d. 1882. They had Charles, Addie, John,
Ella, George, Kay, Willie, Clarissa, Daniel, Alma (McCurrv) and



444 THURSTON GENEALOGIES.

701 1 F. Bion (McCurry), b. in Scott; a grocer in Salisbury, Mo., member of
the Presbyterian church, and a strong Republican; m., Oct. 11, 1887,
Susie E. Redd, b. in Keytesville, Mo., da. of John W. and Fanny
(Brooks) Redd of Salisbury ; no children.

7012 Caroline,^ b. in Hudson Co., O., April 11, 1837; m., Jan. 28, 1855, Richard

Smart, b. Aug. 8, 1829, a farmer in Van Buren tp., LaGrange Co., Ind. ;
after his wife's death, 1879, moved to White Pigeon, Mich., and since in
Scott, Ind. ; a republican, and both members of the Methodist church.
They had (i) Hannah (Smart), b. May 2, 1858, m. C. H. Van Epps, a
barber in Scott, and have Nora (Van Epps), b. 1877 ; Clarence (Van Epps),
b. 1878; (2) Bryson (Smart), b. Mar(^h 15, i860, lives in Grand Island,
* Neb., m. Sarah Sawyer of Scott, and separated from her; (3) Adaline

(Smart), b. March 8, 1S62, m. J. E. Remington of Scott, and have Adella
(Remington); (4) Adella Deets (Smart), b. Oct. 20, 1868, m., July, 1891,
Horace Bean of Cincinnati, O.

7013 Thomas Jefferson,^ b. in Erie Co., O., Aug. 31, 1843; engaged in selling ma-

chinery in Alton, Kan., after a merchant in Shohomish, Wash. ; m., 1867,
Ann Warner, and have Arestus Tennis,' b. in Scott, April, 1875; Lulu
May,' b. Feb., 1878.

7014 Ebenezer Ellsworth,** b. Aug. 31,1843; a painter in Scott, Ind., and after

July 16, 1S78, in Grand Rapids, Mich. ; m., in Middlebury, Ind., Mary Jane
Read; he d. May 16, 1889. They had Ora,^ b. May 16, 1864, m., Dec. 27,
iS8i, Edward Grovatt, a furniture finisher in Grand Rapids, resides in
Grandville, Mich.; Effie,^ b. Feb. 20, 1866, m. ist, April 7, 1882, Samuel
B. May, a machinist in Grand Rapids, d., 2d, Jan. 9, 1886, Harrison Von
Vleet, a farmer in Grandville; Eva Pearl,'' b. in Grand Rapids, Aug. 2,
1872; Harry,9 b. Julys, 1880.

6099

Lyman Thurston 7 ( jfoseph,^ Joseph,^ Daniel^'^ Thomas,'^ Thomas,'^
y^o/m^), eldest son of Joseph and Polly (Hubbard) Thurston of
North Brookfield, Mass.; born there Jan. 16, 1794; married, first,
May 4, 1823, Delia Atwood Mayo of Brewer, Me. ; she died Oct.
19, 1846. Second, Aug. 4, 1850, Mrs. Rowena H. Pratt; she
died May 19, 1857. He was a printer and publisher in Cambridge,
Mass., died Dec. 30, 1872.* Adopted a niece of his first wife.

Child.

7015 Delia Atwood,^ b. Jan. 14, 1822.

6101

Joseph Thurston 7 (^Joseph,^ jfoseph,'^ Daniel^^ Thomas t> Thomas,^
yohn '), brother of the preceding, and son of Joseph and Polly (Hub-
bard) Thurston of North Brookfield, Mass. ; born there June 7, 1797 ;
married, June 25, 1823, Lucy Bucknam Davis, daughter of Dea.
David and Patty (Howe) Davis of Paxton, Mass. He was a farmer
in Leicester, Mass., after with his uncle J. Hubbard in Paxton, whose
farm he came into possession of by taking care of his uncle and aunt
during their lives. About 185 1 he sold his farm and bought real
estate in Worcester, Mass., where he lived till his death, Oct. 30,
(857 ; his widow resided there with her son-in-law. Ezra Kent.

Children.

/016 Mary Elizabeth,^ b. in Leicester, Mass., May 12, 1824; d. June 21, 1826.

/o 1 7 -|- Abigail Brown,** b. do., April 4, 1827 ; m. Ezra Kent.

70i8-|-Jonathan Hubbard,^ b. in Paxton, Oct. 11, 1829; m. Maria L. Whittemore.



* For particulars of his life see 1st ed. p. 394.



POSTERITY OF JOHN THURSTON. 445

701 9-[- Lyman Davis,^ b. do., Sept. S, 1S32; m. ist, Hannah S. Lyon; 2d, Mary E.
Denny.

7020 Martha Howe,^ b. do., Nov. 28, 1834; m., April 4, 1855, Hasky Wight, a
carpenter and farmer in Lawrence, Kan., b. Feb. 7, T827, son of Hasky and
Abigail A. (Gilbert) Wight of Oakham, Mass.; she d. March 10, 1856,
and he m. 2d, March 18, 1858, Ruth Levon Graton, b. in Leicester, June
4, 1832 ; no children.

/021 Sarah Ideal,** b. do., Feb. 28, 1840; d. Jan. 24, 1845.

7022 Joseph Harrison,^ b. do., March 21, 1842 ; d. Jan. 2, 1845.

6103

Daniel Thurston ^ {^oseph,^ Joseph,'^ Daniel,'' Thomas,^ Thomas,^
^ohn^), brother oi^ the preceding, and son of Joseph and Polly
(Hubbard) Thurston of North Brookfield, Mass.; born there Sept.
4, 1800; married, Dec. 5, 1822, Patty Allen Ross, born Sept. 9,
1805, daughter of Levi and Eliza (Carruth) Ross. He was a boot
maker and farmer in North Brookfield, moved to West Brookfield,
and built a house, died Nov. 29, 1862 ; she died June 21, 1877.

Childreru

7023 Harriet Hubbard,^ b. April S, 1S26; m., Oct. 2, 1S44, George Crowell of W.

Brookfield, Mass. ; he built and kept the Wickabaug House, sold and
went into the grain business ; he d. May ic, 1870. The daughters are
members of the Congregational church. They had:

7024 Edward Sherman (Crowell), b. July 24, d. Sept. 28, 1846.

7025 Mary Eliza (Crowell), b. March 10, 1848; m. Allen Jones, a mechanic of

West Brookfield; d Aug. 6, 1877.

7026 Ella Frances (Crowell), b. Jan. 19, 1854; m. George B. Sanford, a me-

chanic of West Brookfield.

7027 Charles Fowler (Crowell), b. Oct. 13, d. Dec. 11, 1857.

7028 Harriet Ross (Crowell), b. Jan. 26, i860; n.m.

7029 Carrie Estelle (Crowell), b. March 22, 1S69; m.. May 14, 1891, Walter

Pratt Dodge, supt. of skate factory in Springfield, Mass.
7030+ Levi Sherman, s b. Aug. 5, 1828; m. Esther Keep.
7031 Mary Eliza,^ b. March 27, 1830; d. Nov. 26. 1839.

6141

Rev. Eli Thurston 7 {EH,^ Samuel,^ Joseph,'' Daniel t> Daniel,"^
yohn^), son of Eli and Frances (Burrill) Thurston of Brighton,
Mass. ; born there June 14, 1808 ; married, first, in Wrentham, Mass.,
June 20, 1838, Martha Caroline Sanford, born in Newark, N. J.,
in 1816 or 18 1 7, daughter of Philo and Martha (Druice) Sanford of
Newark, Wrentham, Mass., Hallowell, Me., and Boston, Mass. She
died at Fall River, Mass., Nov. 7, 1852. Second, Jan. 24, 1854,
Julia Ann Sessions, born 1818, daughter of Samuel and Hannah
Sessions of Westminster, Vt. He graduated from Amherst 1834;
ordained over the Congregational church in Hallowell, Jan. 3, 1838,
dismissed July, 1848, and installed over the Central church in Fall
River, March 21, 1849, where he remained till his death, Dec. 19,
1869. The degree of d.d. was conferred upon him by his Alma
Mater in 1866. As a preacher he was specially remarkable for the
distinct and lucid statement of his theme, the directness and co-
gency of his arguments, the clearness and nicety of his illustrations,
and the Anglo-Saxon directness with which he carried his message
home to his hearers.*

♦For extended notice of his life and characteristics see 1st ed. pp. 467-8.



446 THURSTON GENEALOGIES.

Children.

7032 Philo Sanford,*' b. in Hallowell, Me., 1840; a tobacconist in New York, re-

siding in Brqyklyn, N. Y. ; d. March 17, 1876; n.m.

7033 Anna I lamilton,^ b. 1843; m., Feb. 15, 187 1, George Hill Buck, b. May 31,

1843, ^o"^ °^ David Hill and Mary Low (Bradlee) Buck of Bucksport, Me.
He is in the lumber business in Chelsea, Mass., in company with his bro.
Theodore Hastings Buck, under the firm name of T. H. Buck & Co. ; en-
listed in the 40th Mass. reg. against the rebellion and served three years ;
member of the common council in Chelsea 1875-7, and alderman 187S.
They have :
7034 David Chace (r.uck),b. May 25, 1873.

7035 Edwin Ingersoll,* b. 1845; d. in infancy.

7036 Thatcher Thayer,* b. in Fall River, Mass., 1857 ; editor of P'all River Globe

and correspondent of Providence Journal; n.m. 1

7037 Caroline Sanford,* b. 1859; m., June 15, 188 1, James Frederic Jackson, b.

Nov. 16, 185 1, a lawyer in Taunton, Mass., son of Elisha T. Jackson of
Taunton. They have Edith (Jackson), b. April 22, 1883.

6142

George Burrill Thurston ^ {Eli,^ Sat/iuel,^ ^oseph,^ Daniel,^
Daniel,^ Jolin '), brother of the preceding, and son of Eli and Frances
(Burrill) Thurston of Brighton, Mass. ; born there Dec. 8, 1809 ; mar-
ried, first. Oct. 21, 1838, Sarah Jane Sleeper of Boston, Mass.;
she died May 7, 1846, aged 36, and was buried in Lynn, Mass. Sec-
ond, Patience Rogers Buffu.m, daughter of Jonathan and Lydia
(Stacy) Buffum of North Berwick, Me. ; she died Dec. 6, i860.
Third, Mrs. Elizabeth Kent Crtdland, born in Brackwell, Eng.,
daughter of William and Mary A. (Rose) Kent of London, Eng.
He was a carriage and harness manufacturer in East Boston, Mass.,
under the firm name of Thurston & Strong, residing in Chelsea,
Mass.; member of the common council 1875-7, and alderman 1878;
made a visit, with his wife, to England, 1879, died July, 1890.

Children.

703S Sarah Elizabeth,^ b. Aug. 2, 1840; m., May 5, 1865, Theodore Hastings
Buck, brother of no. 7,033. He is in company with his brother, George
Hill Buck; served two years in the war against the rebellion in the 40th
Mass. reg. ; wounded at the battle of Olustee, Fla. ; she d. Sept. 28, 1877.

7039 Albert Buffum,** b. July 4, 1852; in dry goods business, living with^ his par-
ents ; n.m.

6143

Edwin Thurston 7 {Eli,^ Savii/el^^ yosep/i,'^ Danie/,^ Daniel,'
yohn '), brother of the preceding, and son of Eli and Frances (Bur-
rill) Thurston of Jamaica Plain, Mass. ; born in Roxbury, Mass.,
Nov. 2, 18 13 ; married, Sept. 14, 1841, Sarah Lincoln Humphrey,
born March 26, 1824, daughter of George and Catherine Humphrey
of Boston, Mass. He was a machinist and railroad engineer ; went
to Cincinnati, Ohio, in the fall of 1854; engineer on the Little Miami
railroad till 1858, when he moved to Covington, Ky., and was master
mechanic of the Kentucky Central railroad until the twentieth of
April, 1865, when he was instantly killed on the railroad, near Fal-
mouth, Ky., while superintending the removal of a wreck. He in-
vented and had patented in 1865 an iron truck for freight cars, but
his family never gained anything from it ; he was a man who loved



POSTERITY OF JOHN THURSTON. 447

knowledge and studied a great deal, thus acquiring a good" education ;
a strong union man during the war of the rebellion ; much loved and
respected in society and by his employe's. His death was a public
calamity, and his funeral was attended by a large concourse of peo-
ple ; a special train of cars was run from Lexington, Ky., to bring
friends. Mrs. Thurston and her eldest daughters are members of
the Episcopal church.

Children.

7040 Frances Josephine,^ b. in Boston, Mass., Dec. 15, 1842; d. Jan. 12, 1843.

7041 Georgietta,* b. do., April 9, 1844; a teacher in Covington, Ky.

7042 Charles Edwin, *^ b. do., Aug. 11, 1S46; d. Aug. 9, 1852.

7043 P'rances Catherine,*' b. in South Braintree, Mass., Oct. 27, 1850; a teacher;

since Sept., 1889, witli lier brother in Duluth, Minn.

7044 Harriet Emery,'^ b. do., Oct. 25, 1853; d. Sept. 20, 1858.
7045-(-Edwin C.,** b. in Cincinnati, O., Sept. 20, 1856; m. Nancy Imogene Perfect.

7046 Esther Maria,** b. in Covington, Sept. 15, 1S58; d. March 29, 1861.

7047 William Hunt,^ b. do., July 215, 1862; d. Nov. 26, 1865.

7048 Carrie May.* b. do., April 6, 1865.

6145

Elisha Thurston 7 i^Amos^ Increase,'^ Daniel,'^ Darnel,^ Daniel,^
John '), son of Amos and Louisa Thurston of Lisle, N. Y. ; born
there 1798 ; married, 18 16, Lovisa Sweet of New Berlin, N. Y., born
1800. He was a mason in Morris, N. Y. ; was noted for his industry
and strict integrity; was a faithful and honored member of the Bap-
tist church till his death, April, 1874; she died 18^5.

Children.

7049 Louisa,^ d. in youth.

7050 Laura,* m. Leroy Bancroft of ^lilwaukee. Wis. ; d. 1859, leaving 4 children.
7051 -|- Valorous Fernando,* b. April 2, 1822; m. Olive Thurston [no. 6,207].

7052 Amos Orlando,* d. in youth.

7053 Maria Saphfena,* b. in North New Berlin, Otsego county, N. Y., Dec. 19,

1827; m. 1st, Dec. 19, 1848, Timothy Short, a farmer in Morris, N. Y., d.
Mar. ID, 1S61 ; 2d, Oct. 11, 1862, Benjamin Franklin Genung; he d. Oct.
28, 1873, and she resides in Flint, Genesee Co., Mich. They had:

7054 Helen Maria (Short), b. in Hartwick, Otsego Co., Jan. 13, 1850.

7055 Mary Miranda (Short), b. in Maryland, Otsego Co., Dec. i, 1S51.

7056 Cyrus Marvin (Short), b. in Morris, Jan. 9, 1854.

7057 Esther Melissa (Short), b. in Hartwick, March 11, 1857.

7058 Emma Parmelia (Short), b. in Otsego, Aug. 24, i860.

7059 Emily (Genung), b. in Morris, .Sept. 24, 1863.

7060 Lorinda Dimis,* b. May 2, 1829; m., May 26, 1849, John Calvin Wright, a
mechanic in New Berlin, b. May 26, 1825; she d. 1S60; he resides at Troy
Mills, Linn county, la. They had :
■ 7061 Silas Ambrose (Wright), b. Jan. 10, 1852.

7062 Ernest Elisha (Wright), b. Jan. 17, 1854.

7063 Ellis Stanley (Wright), li. June 29, 1859.

7064 Helen Emily,* b. July 2, 1831 ; m., March 2, 1850, Calvin Short, a farmer
and hop grower in Oneonta, Otsego county, N. Y. ; he d. April 6, 1872,
and she is a dressmaker in Colliersville, N. Y. They had:

7065 Roseltha Lorinda (Short), b. July 28, 1850; m., Aug. 12, 1872, Myron

Vanhuron, a lawyer in Davenport, Delaware county, N. Y., an invalid
1879. They had: John E. (Vanhuron), d. ; Minnie (Vanhuron), d.

7066 Charles Calvin (Short), b. June 22, 1852; a farmer in South Amboy, N.

J.; m., Feb. 15, 1874, Mary Elizabeth King of Cooperstown, N. Y.

7067 Venilla Angeleta (Short), b. Oct. 25, 1854; m., Dec. 25, 1870, James

Winn, a farmer in Coventry, Chenango Co., N. Y. They have : Ida
Angelia (Winn), b. March 2, 1877.



448 THURSTON GENEALOGIES.

7068 Ida Diva (Short), b. July 15, 1S62; d. May 12, 1871.

7069 Russell Henry (Short), b. Oct. 6, 1S67 ; d. March 18. 1868.

7070 Grace Kstella (Short), b. March 19, d. March 21, 1872.
7071+Albertes Elisha,** b. Dec. 15, 1S33; m. ist, Lydia M. Marble; 2d, Eliza Ann

Bulson.
7072+Daniel Wesley,^ b. Sept. 6, 1834; m. Lucy Jane Davis.
7073 Melissa.**
7074-]- Elijah,^ ) twins, born I m. Ellen Maria Henderson.

7075 Eliza,^ j Nov. 14, 1839; j m., 1856, Alexander Thomas,' a mason in Morris.

Children: Esther Elizabeth (Thomas), m., 1877, Newell Chase of Morris;
Willard Orville (Thomas) ; Clara Lovisa (Thomas), m., 1878, William
Benjamin of Morris, and have Alice May (Benjamin) ; Mertie R., Mary
Louie, Earl Alexander, Susan Grace, E. Eliza (Thomas).

6165

David Thurston 7 {Dai'id,^ Dankl,^ Daniel,^ Daniel,'^ Daniel,^
John '), son of David and Margaret (Phillips) Thurston of Whites-
town, Oneida county, N. Y. ; born there July 24, 181 1 ; married, Oct.
10, 1830, Sophia Curtis, born in Spofford, N. Y., Feb. 14, 1813,
daughter of Comfort and Catherine Curtis of Sodus, N. Y. He
went with his father to Albion, N. Y. ; about 1832 to Newton, O.,
and engaged in clearing land, speculating and building ; was a man
of great energy and good business qualities, member of the Presby-
terian church, died Feb. 10, 1844. She moved back to Albion in
1844; 1879 she resided at Knowlesville, N. Y., 1889 in Milwaukee,
Wis., with her son.

Children.

7076 Catherine,* b. iti Albion, N. Y., Aug. 23, 1832; prepared for teaching, and

taught four years, till 1S52, when she m. Josiah Page, a carpenter and
builder, b. Sept. 24, 1830, son of Jacob and Eliza (Nash) Page; moved to
Coloma, Cal., in 1869, and returned in 1871 to Albion, where she died; she
was a conscientious christian of the Adventist faith ; 1S89 he moved to
Garvanza, Cal., and built a residence. Children:

7077 Velma L. (Page), b. 1854, d. about 1859.

7078 Frank William (Page),b. April 8, 1856, in coiner dept. U. S. mint in San

Francisco, Cal. ; m.

7079 Helen Savilla (Page), b. Nov. 24, 1854; m., 1878, W. H. Rapley, a thea-

ter manager in Washington, D. C.
7980 Leonard Sumner (Page), b. Aug. 26, i860; a trav. salesman in Indiana. -

7081 Walter J. (Page), b. 1862 ; d. 1S66.

7082 Fred (Page), b. 1866; d. in infancy.

7083 Savilla Lomis,^ b. in Albion, July 25, 1834; m., Nov. 5, 1857, Alphonzo Ter-
rill St. Clair, eldest son of Charles and Elmina St. Clair of Albion; he
was killed by the fall of a tree Feb. 22, 1S65 ; he was a carpenter by trade,
but at the time of his death a farmer in Albion ; she removed to Knowles-
ville, N. Y., and in 1877 back to Albion. They had :
7084 Francis Alphonzo (St. Clair), b. in Albion, July 21, 1861 ; when seven
years old he commenced to attend school, and at the age of twelve
worked by the month upon a farm summers and attended school win-
ters. In the fall of 1878 was an apprentice in a drug store. After
three years was made head clerk; 1S84 went to Washington, D. C,
entered the National College of Pharmacy, grad. 1886, receiving the
degree of Doctor of Pharmacy; held responsible positions in prescrip-
tion establishments, and studied in Georgetown univ. till Nov., 1888;
he was appointed to a position in the Columbia hospital for Women
as pharmacist and resident student, grad. from the Georgetown univer-
sity as M.D. May, 1890; was appointed senior asst. to Columbia Hos-
pital for Women and Lying-in Asylum. Is practicing his profession in
Washington; m., Feb. 14, 1888, Mary I^mma Gordon Keyes, b. April
12, 1864, only child of Albert B. and Hannah M. Keyes of Washing-
ton; one child, Albert Thurston (St. Clair), b. Jan. 7, 1891.



POSTERITY OF JOHN THURSTON. 449

708 5+ William Henry,^ b. Sept. i, 1836; m. ist, Mary Van Alstyne ; 2d, Elizabeth

Harger.
70864-Alonzo Lomis,^ b. July 15, 1838; m. Phebe Flansburg.
7087-i-James Hamilton,^ b. Nov. 6, 1840; m. Eleanor J. Field.

7088 Margaret,^ b. Nov. 11, 1843; d. April 12, 1844.

6169

SoPHRONiA Thurston ^ {Caleb Curtis,^ Daniel,^ Daniel,'^ Da?iiel,^
Daniel,^ J^o/in^), eldest child of Caleb Curtis and Thankful (Bailey)
Thurston of Albion, N. Y. ; born in Westmoreland, N. Y., Dec. 30,
1803 ; married, March 4, 1822, Orlando Rogers, a farmer and mem-
ber of the Presbyterian church in Albion, born Sept. 14, 1801, son of
Ebenezer and Betsey (Lyman) Rogers of Columbia, Conn. He died
Feb. 8, 1880, she died Feb. 5, 1890.

Children.

7089 Edson Bailey (Rogers), b. July 27, 1S23; a farmer and member of the Pres-

byterian church in Albion, N. Y. ; m. ist, May 27, 1845, Lucinda Rockefel-
ler, b. Sept. 12, 1822; she d. Jan. 12, 1867; 2d, Nov. 8, 1867, Mrs. Harriet
Marshall Bingham, nee Olds, b. Feb. 25, 1828.; he d. July 23, 1880; she d.
April 10, 1S87. He had:

7090 William Adelbert (Rogers), twin, b. Sept. 12, 1846; a fruit gardener in

Albion; m., Nov. 20, 1869, Sabra Elizabeth Beebee, b. Sept. i, 1846 ; he
d. Mar. 4, 1889. They had: Fred Beebee (Rogers), b. Feb. 27, 1873;
Hattie Maria (Rogers), b. Aug. 8, 1876.

7091 Henry Adelford -(Rogers), twin, b. Sept. 12,1846; a farmer in Albion;

m. 1st, Nov. 10, 1S69, Emma Cecelia Albaugh, b. March 10, 1S52, d.
May 3r, 1878; 2d, April 23, 1S83, Frances Almira Smith, b. Nov. 26,
1854. He had Charles Burton (Rogers), b. July 27, 1870; Warren
Thomas (Rogers), b. Feb. 23, 1S72 ; Frank Leland (Rogers), b. Oct. 5,
1873, d. ^^y 2, 1889; Edson Bailey (Rogers), b. Sept. 7, 1875; Cora
Elnora (Rogers), b. May 23, 1877.

7092 Ella Cornelia (Rogers), b. Jan. 27, 1852 ; m., Jan. 7, 1S72, Henry Mar-

shall Bingham, a farmer in Albion, b. Nov. 25, 1850. They had Hat-
tie Lucinda (Bingham), b. April 3, 1S76, d. June 26, 1891.

7093 Urbane Clark (Rogers), b. Dec. 6, 1831 ; a farmer and member of the Pres.

church in Albion, since April, 1891, in Niverville, N. Y.; m. ist, April 2,
1856, Dencie Rhoda Cady, b. Oct. 28, 1836, da. of Gershom Reed and Ade-
lia C. (Swan) Cady of Gaines; she .d. April 9, 1S82 ; 2d, May 12, 1884,
Helen Augusta Lathrop, b. Dec. 26, 1S48, da. of Charles and Charlotte
(Dilley) Lathrop of Carbondale, Penn. He had (i) Reed Cady (Rogers), b.
May 15, 1861, a farmer in Albion, m., April 27, 18S2, Belle Benton, Id. Aug.
19, 1858, and had Dencie Luelle (Rogers), b. Jan. 12, 1885; (2) Mary Eliz-
abeth (Rogers), b. Oct. i, 1874.

7094 Lewis Benjamin (Rogers), b. Sept. 10, 1833; grad. from Union college 1857

and Auburn Theo. Sem. i860; last pastorate Pres. church in Pueblo, Col.;
now without charge, acting as stated supply in Albion ; m., June 5, i860,
Martha Sophia Goold, b. April 11, 1S37, da. of Gardner and Adelia Lo-
dema Bush (Peck) Goold of Carlton, N. Y. Children:

7095 Lewis Goold (Rogers), b. March 4,1863; grad. from Williams college

1S83; preaching in Albany, Oregon, in Congregational church.

7096 Alice Ellen (Rogers), b. Aug. 26, 1864; postal clerk in Trumansburg,N. Y.

7097 George Benjamin (Rogers), b. July 14, i86q; grad. from Williams col-

lege 1888; teaching in Riverview military acad. in Poughkeepsie, N. Y.

7098 Mary Lodema (Rogers), b. April 23, 1S77 ; grad. from Mt. Holyoke Sem-

inary ; all the family are Presbyterians.

6171

.Stephen Bailey Thurston 7 {Caleb Curtiss,^ Daniel,^ Dajiiel*
Daniel,'^ Daniel,^ yohn ■), brother of the preceding, and son of Caleb
Curtiss and Thankful (Bailey) Thurston of Barre, N. Y. ; born in



450 THURSTON GENEALOGIES.

Westmoreland, N. Y., Jan. 3, 1808; married, Jan. 11, 1832, Juliana
Williams, born April 5, 1812, daughter of Samuel and Rhoda (Gard-
ner) Williams of Barre, N. Y, He was a farmer in Albion, N. Y.,
town assessor for nine years, retired ; killed by the cars at Albion
depot, Sept. 29, 1879; she died March 24, 1889.

Children.

7099 Mary Jane,^ b. Oct. 10, 1832; m., April 3, 1873, Alphonso Gillett, a farmer

in Laing's, N. Y., b. April 26, 1836; member of the Pres. ch. ; no children.

7100 Joel Curtiss,^ b. April 29, 1834; supposed to have been drowned in Feather

river, Cal., July 10, i860.

7101 + Horace Fitch,** b. April 4, 1836; m. ist, Mary Frances Kingsley; 2d, Mary

L. Goodwin.

7102 William Stephen Bailey,^ b. Oct. 6, 1837; a farmer on the homestead in

Albion, N. Y. ; m. ist, Feb. i, 1865, Sophia Harriet Murray, b. Sept. 13,
1841, d. Nov. 23, 1881 ; 2d, Oct. 17, 18S2, Belle Harrison, b. Nov. 29, 1858,
da. of Charles James and Leah Anne Harrison of Batavia, O. ; he d. Apr.
11,1884. They have :

7103 Burton Reed,' b. Oct. 27, 186S; a printer in Rochester, N. Y. ; n.m.

7104 William Murray,' b. Nov. 29, 1872; an electrician in Rochester; n.m.
7105 Daniel Allen,** b. Nov. 9, 1841 ; m., Nov. 29, 1865, Vietta Celestia Bragg, b.

Feb. 16, 1848; he is a farmer in Albion. They have:
7106 John Bragg,' b. Sept. i, 1S68; a printer in Albion.

I

6172

Urbane Clark Thurston ^ {Caleb Curtiss,^ Daniel,^ Daniel,'^ Dan-
iel,^ Daniel,'' yohn '), brother of the preceding, and son of Caleb Cur-
tiss and Thankful (Bailey) Thurston of Barre, N. Y. ; born in West-
moreland, N. Y., Sept. 8, 1810 ; married, first, Dec. ?6, 1832, Mary
Wrisley of Barre, born Feb. 17, 1813 ; second, April 22, 1847, Car-
oline Philena Rowland, born July ig, 1826, died Oct. 21, 1857;
third, April 18, 1858, Louise Catherine Olds of Westport, N. Y.,
born Nov. 23, 1824. He was a farmer in Albion, N. Y., till 1852,
■\Vhen he went into the forwarding business, died March 21, 1887.

Children.

7107 Caleb Curtiss,8 b. March 13, 1835; d. Dec. 10, 1857.

7108 Jason Wrisley,^ b. Dec. 18, 1S45; d. Sept. 23, 1867.

7109 Charles Howland,* b. .Sept. 28, 1861 ; a dry goods clerk in Albion, N. Y.;

m., Sept. 28, 18S2, Harriet Stowe Clark, b. June 12, 1862, da. of Truman
and Helen M. (Baker) Clark of Albion. They had :
Lee Clark,' b. Oct. 18, 1886; d. June 8, 18S7.
71 10 Alan Walter,' b. May 12, 18S9.

6177

Peter Thurston 7 {David,^ Moses,'= Datiiel,'^ Daniel,'^ Daniel,^
John '), son of David and Rachel (Chapin) Thurston of Mexico, N.
Y. ; born in New Lisbon, N. Y., Jan. 31, 1795; mariried, January,
182 1, Anna Kelsey, born in New Lisbon, Aug. 28, 1799. She died
at Grand Marsh, Wis., Jan. 5, 1856. He was a farmer in Garden
City, Minn., member of the Baptist church, died Jan. 3, 1881.

Children.

7iii4-Ellis David,"!), in Pittsfield, N. Y., Nov. 10, 1S21 ; m. Eleanor Augusta

Lynch.
7112 Esther,^ b. in New Lisbon, N. Y., Jan. i, 1823; m., 1844, Rev. Rodney S.

Rose; d. Oct., 1859.



POSTERITY OF JOHN THURSTON. 45 1

7113-j-Jesse Moses,8 b. May 14, 1825; m. Ann .

71 14 Charles Edwin,"* b. Dec. 15, 1826; m., 1852, Sarah Ballard; he sailed from

New York city for the Sandwich Islands, and after a six months' voyage
arrived at San Francisco, Cal. ; lived in that state a few years, and d. at
Lower Lake, Cal., 1867; no children.

71 15 Phebe,^ b. Feb., 1832; m., 1854, Lucius Teriy, a farmer in Garden City, Minn.

7 1 16 Albert Peter,^ b. Aug., 1837 ; m. ; was a surgeon in the war against the re-

bellion, d. from e.xposure and fatigue at the battle of Pittsburg Landing,



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