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Susan Simmons, d. April 27. 1890; he d. They had Lydia (Thurber), m.
Fred Hicks, she d. Feb. 3, 1S85; Josephine (Thurber), d. Oct. 19, 1887;
n.m.

9002 Samuel Thurston (Thurber), b. June 10, 1810; continued the business of

Loring D. Chapin [no. 8. 981] in Providence, till 1853, when he was burnt
out, losing everything; having a taste for, and some knowledge of, chem-
istry, commenced the refining of jewelers' clippings and sweepings, and
pursued it for some years; m. 1st, Oct. 10, 1S37, Susan Dunham of New-
port, R. I., b. July 12, 1S12, da. of Wing and Esther (Reynolds) Dunham
of Wickford, R. I.; she d. July 10, 1S56; 2d, Sept. 12, 1S63, Matilda Em-
ma May, b. May 9, 1824, da. of Alexander and Jane Emeline (Freeland)
May of New York city; she d. Oct. 28, 18S6. Alexander May was son of
George [of England] and Elizabeth (Whistler) [of New York city] May.
Jane E. Freeland was da. of William and Mary Freeland of New Jersey.
They had :

9003 John Wing (Thurber), b. Feb. 7, 1839; gold and silver refiner in Provi-
dence ; n.m.

9004 Eleanor Tibbitts (Thurber), b. Feb. 10, 1841 ; m., June 10, 1867, Daniel

A. Kimball, b. April 2, 1843, son of Daniel Ames and Mary Kimball
of Stockbridge, Mass., cashier of Housatonic Nat'l Bank, Stockbridge,
and had Kate (Kimball), b. Oct. 12, 1873.

9005 Frank Herbert (Thurber), b. Feb. 16, 1S42; from 1859 to 1861 was in

Georgia with -a corps of New England men surveying for a railroad;
the feeling against the North was such that he was obliged to leave,
came home to Providence, and enlisted in the loth R. I. reg., and
served till the reg. was mustered out; prepared himself for a marine
engineer, and was appointed, 1863, asst. engineer in the U. S. N., and
served till close of the war; editor of the Providence Daily Herald
some years, and d. in Maine, March, 1891; n.m.

9006 Julia Ann (Thurber), b. June 30, 1S12; d. in infancy.

9007 Anthony Shaw (Thurber), b. 1815; d. in infancy.

8560

Samuel Montross Thurston ^ (y*?//;/ Montross,'^ Thomas ^)^ son
of John Montross and Jemima (Rosekrans) Thurston of Pleasant
Valley, N. Y. ; born there Nov. 18, 1786; married, first, by Rev.
John Hotchkin of Green Bush, N. Y., Feb. 18, 1813, Hannah
AcKERMAN ; she died Dec. 19, 18 14. Second, by Rev. John Dewitt,
May 2, 1816, Catherine Ackerman, sister to his first wife. Third,
Mary Kimley of Camillus, N. Y. He was a farmer on the home-
stead, surveyor and noted business man, died Jan. 17, 1856.*

Children.

9008 Hannah Ackerman,' b. Dec. 19, 1814; m. Harry P. Wooley, a farmer in

Beekman, N. Y., d. without issue, she d. C)ct. 21, 1850.
9009-j-Jasper Ackerman,' b. March 31, 1817; m. Mary Allen Wood.

* For full notice of his and his wife's character see 1st ed. p. 596.



562 THURSTON GENEALOGIES.

9010 Jemima,^ b. Feb. 8, 1S19; m., Nov. 27, 1S39, William Edmund Badgley, b.
Sept. 21, 1816, a farmer in Poughkeepsie, N. Y., now retired from busi-
ness, a member of the Presbyterian church ; she was a Baptist, d. Dec. 11,
1891. They have :

901 1 Catherine (Badgley), b. Jan. 28, d. March 22, 1841.

9012 Mary Elizabeth (Badgley), b. Jan. 9, 1842; m., March 27, 1867, Edward

I. Van Wagner, a farmer in Newburg, N. Y. They have Ida P. (Van
Wagner), b. July 31, 1S68; Albert (Van Wagner), b. Sept. 7, 1870; Edna
(Van Wagner), b. April 28, 1S72.
9or3 George Washington (Badgley), b. May 5, 1S43; a farmer in Clinton, N.
Y. ; m., March 25, 1868, Mary V. Tomlison ; no children.

9014 Calvert Jerome (Badgley), b. Nov. 14, 1844; a milk dealer in Poughkeep-

sie; m., Oct. 28, 1 868, Isabelle Peck. They have Edith Isabelle
(Badgley), b. Jan. 22, 1873; Charles E. (Badgley), b. March 16, 1874;
Arthur J. (Badgley), b. March 9, 1879.

9015 Eliphalet Ackerman (Badgley), b. Feb. 14, 1846; a farmer in Poughkeep-

sie; m., Nov. 15, 1872, Mary C. Doty. They have Willie E. (Badgley),
b. Aug. 29, 1873.

9016 William Edmund (Badgley), b. June 25, 1848; a farmer in Poughkeepsie; '

m., Jan. 14, 1S74, Augusta Corliss. They have George C. (Badgley), b.
Aug. 30, 1876.

9017 Flora (Badgley), b. Sept. 28, 1S51 ; d. March 25, 1864.

9018 Minerva (Badgley), b. Dec. 16, 1S53; d. at Armenia seminary, where she

was a student, Feb. 20, 187 1.

9019 Charles (Badgley), b. June 6, 1S55; a groceryman at Newburg, N. Y. ;

m., March 23, x88i, Fannie Murray, and have a son, Murray Demetrius
(Badgley), b. Dec. 23, 1883.

9020 Emma J. (Badgley), b. Sept. 25, i860; lives at home; n.m.
902i-|-John Montross,' b. Feb. 19, 1821 ; m. Rebecca A. Bishop.

9022 Elizabeth,'' b. May 16, 1823 ; m., Oct. 2r, 1845, Gerauld Underwood, a farmer
in Pleasant Valley, N. Y. ; she was a member of the Baptist church, d.
Sept. 24, 1872; he d. Nov. 26, 1887. They had (i) Julia (Underwood), n.
m. (2) Samuel T. (Underwood), n.m. (3) Jennie (Underwood), m. Theo-
dore Horton, a farmer in Pleasant Valley, P. O. Gretna, N. Y., and have
G. Kendall (Horton), b. Aug. 17, 1876; Lispenard S. (Horton), b. Nov. 15,
1878; Flavins (Horton), b. Sept. 15, 1887. (4) Mary (Underwood), m. Mar-
tin H. Sheldon; she d. Jan. 12, 1S86; he d. April, 18S9, having had Cecil
(Sheldon), b. July 2, 1S76, d. March, 1877; Gerauld U. (Sheldon), b. Mar.,
1878, d. Nov., 1885; Flora (Sheldon), b. Nov.. 1S79, d. Dec, 1885; Susie
(Sheldon), b. March, 1881, d. Nov., 18S5 ; Fred (Sheldon), b. March, 1S84.
(5) Emily (Underwood), b. Sept. 11, 1856; d. Feb. 28, 186S. (6) Susie
(Underwood), b. Feb. 8, 1859; m., Sept. 11, 1878, James C. Sheldon, a rail-
road conductor in Albany, N. Y. ; she d. April i, 1882, having had Leona
B. (Sheldon), b. Feb. 15, 1881 ; Susie Underwood (Sheldon).

9023+Platt,n3. July 23, 1827; m. 1st, Mary Jane Champlain; 2d, Ann Stantenbuigh.

9024 Jane,'' b. May 18, 1829; m. Nathan HoUister, a bookseller in Utica, N. Y.,
d. ; she d. 1849, aged 20. They had:
• 9025 Alfred (HoUister), b. 1847; m.

9026 Katie (HoUister). b. 1849; m. Hibbard ; in New York city.

9027+Eliphalet Ackerman,'' b. June 17, 1831 ; m. Clara Turner Killey.

8565

Samuel Tho.mas Thurston*^ {21iomas,'= Thomas*), eldest son of
Thomas and Catherine (Ter Boss) Thurston of La Grangeville, N. Y. ;
born there March 18, 1787 ; married, 1814, Ruth Rowe, born April
14,1788; she died May 7, 1867. He was a farmer in La Grange,
1832 moved to Wayne Co., N. Y., an earnest christian, deacon of the
Congregational church in Fairport, N. Y., died June 4, 1874.

Children.
9028 Peter Samuel,M). July 17, 1816; m., Sept. 15,1841, Mary Ann Wilbur, b.
in Macedon, N. Y., Nov. 11, 1824 ; he was a farmer till 1850, after produce
and com. mer , in Macedon, d. Feb. 28, 1869. They had :



POSTERITY OF EDWARD THURSTON. 563

9029 Helen Louisa,^ b. July 10, 1842; m., June 24, 1876, Jesse Halsey, b. in
Milton, N. Y., Oct. 29, 1833, grain and produce in Macedon, since 1882
in Rochester, N. Y. ; no children.

9030 Phebe Ann,'' b. July 7, d. July 24, [818.

9031 John Summerfield,' b. May 20, 1823; a farmer in Macedon, d. Jan. 6, 1S57 ;

n.m.

9032 Sarah Elizabeth,^ b. March 23, 1826; m., Sept. 18, 1844, Albert Elison Wil-

bur, a miller in Macedon. In 1859 he sold his flouring mill, removed to

Council Bluffs, la., and d. July 18, 1881. They had:
9033 Emma (Wilbur), b. Nov. 29, 1845; ■^•' Nov. 22, 1869, Charles Benjamin
Waite, agr. implements, and pres. of the state savings bank in Council
Bluffs, la., b. in Kalamazoo, Mich., Oct. 4, 1840. They had Minnie
Elizabeth (Waite), b. Nov. 20, 1871, d. Oct. 7, 1878; Charles Wilbur
(Waite), b. June 21, 1873; William Thurston (Waite), b. Dec. 3, 1878;
Emma May (Waite), b. Sept. 4, 1S80.
9034 Mary Emma,^ b. Dec. 24, 1831 ; m.. May 18, 1852, William Eisenhart Willits

of Macedon, b. Nov. 22, 1822, dry goods and grocer, 1864 staple and fancy

goods in Hillsdale, Mich. They have:

9035 Helen Maria (Willits), b. Jan. 16, 1854; m., Aug. 12, 1874, Benjamin B.

Fisher of Hillsdale; 1S81 moved to Wahpeton, Dak.; 1885 to Minne-
apolis, Minn. ; 1SS7 to Toledo, O., where she is stenographer for the B.
& O. R. R. 1890, official stenographer of sec. of state, Lansing, Mich.
She has James Spencer (Fisher), b. Aug. 9, 1876; Willits Howry
(Fisher), b. April 29, 18S0.

9036 William Thurston (Willits), b. Aug. 11, iS5i; a bookkeeper with Arms

Palace Car Co. in Chicago, since in Ravenswood, 111. ; m., Jan. 31,
18S3, Eva Banks Gale, b. in Monroe, Mich., Feb. 10, 1864. They have
Theodore Gale (Willits), b. Nov. 25, 1884.

8566

Isaac Thurston^ {T/iomas,^ Thomas''), brother of the preceding,
and son of Thomas and Catherine (Ter Boss; Thurston of La Grange-
ville, N, Y. ; born there March 29, 1790; married, Jan. 30, 181 7, Re-
becca RosEKRANS, daughter of John Menaman and Maria (Hix) Rose-
krans of Fishkill, N. Y. He was a tanner, currier and shoemaker at
Farmer's Landing, below New Hamburg, N. Y., a member of the
Presbyterian church, and held responsible offices in both church and
town, died in Macedon, N. Y., Aug. 22, 1842 ; she died in Lambert-
ville, N. J., Dec. 28, 1876.

Children.

9037 Minerva,^ b. April 20, 1S18 ; m.. May 23, 1844, Rev. Richard A. Chalker of
Saybrook, Conn. ; he grad. from Union theo. sem. of New York 1840,
and became a Methodist clergyman, resident in Rondout, N. Y. ; labored
uninterruptedly till 1878, when he asked release for a year's rest. They
both wear their years lightly; there is not a silver thread among her dark
locks and but few in his. She says : "Our home we call 'Sunny Wild,'
where we have a beautiful view of mountain, valley, river and sky as ever
nature gave to mortal. As my eyes fell on the face of Robert L. Thurs-
ton (portrait opp. p. 304) it gave me a shock, almost like an electric bat-
tery, it was so much like my father, only that it looked older. The face,
hair, whiskers, the large ear, the collar, the neckerchief, were all a copy of
him. The e.\pression was the same when silent, but when talking it be-
came very animated, and his eyes were very handsome." This testimony
is a strong evidence that this family were from Edward of Newport. My
informant says their ancestors came from Rhode Island. They had :
9038 Abraham Pollock (Chalker), b. Sept. 21, 1845; grad. from Pennington

(N. J.) sem. 1864, from Princeton 1868, and from Philadelphia Med.

col. 1S70, and soon commenced practice in Rondout, N. Y., residing

with his parents; n.m.



564 THURSTON GENEALOGIES.

9039 Marvin,' b. July 4, 1820; a young man of rare excellence ; d. Oct. 8, 1843.

9040 Ann Maria/ b. Sept. 12, 1822; m., Nov. 10, 1840, Peter Reed, a farmer, son

of Dr. Aaron Reed of Athens, N. Y. ; d. March 2, 1S74, having had:
9:41 Henry Hobart (Reed), b. Oct. 30, i84t ; m., March 13, 1867, Annie Die-
trich of Rochester, N. Y. They have Kittie May (Reed), b. Feb. 16,
1868; Jerome Dietrich (Reed), b. Oct. 3, 1870; Genevieve (Reed), b.
April 19, 1S73; Harry W. (Reed), b. Sept. 3, 1875.
9042 Marvin Thurston (Reed), b. Aug. 15, 1843; ^^ importer of French glass
in New York city; m., April 15, 18S2, Emma, da. of John Haddan of
New York city. They have a son.

9043 Elizabeth,'' b. Sept. 19, d. Sept. 20, 1S24.

8568

Peter Thurston^ (T/iomas,^ T/zomas-^), brother of the preceding,
and son of Thomas and Catherine (Ter Boss) Thurston of La Grange-
ville, N. Y. ; born there March 9, 1793 ; married, April 3, 1828, Eliza
Jewell, born at Fishkill Plains, N. Y., Feb. 11, 1800. He was a car-
penter in Fishkill Plains, and after in Poughkeepsie, N. Y., and later
a farmer in La Grangeville ; served in the war of 1812; stood six
feet and one inch in his stockings ; a noble looking man ; his wife
could stand erect under his outstretched arm without touching ; he
died May 30, 1848 ; she died March 9, 1877.

Children.

9044 Joseph,'' b. in Poughkeepsie, Aug. 29, 1830 ; a painter in New Hamburg, and

after March, 1885, an engineer in New York city; a noble looking man,
fair complexion, fine brown hair; m., Feb. 7, 1872, Sarah Elizabeth Albee,
b. Dec. 7, 1838 ; he served on government vessels during the war against
the rebellion. They had :

9045 Ella Albee,' b. in New Hamburg, Nov. 12, 1872.

9046 Mary Eliza,** b. do., March 12, 1874.

9047 Josie,^ b. do., June 12, 1876.

9048 Franklin,^ b. at Carthage Landing, N. Y,, March 19, 1878.

9049 Catherine Eliza,' b. July 28, 1832; d. July 7, 1837.

9050 John Jewell,' b. March 25, d. Dec. 28, 1834.

9051 Esther Ann,' b. March 23, d. March 26, 1839.

9052 Sarah Ann,' b. in Poughkeepsie, March 28, 1840; m., Oct. 11, 1857, William,

Henry Jewell, a marine engineer residing in Jersey City, N. J., served in
the war against the rebellion, b. Jan. 11, 1837, son of John and Ellen
(Churchill) Jewell. They have:

9053 Jennie Thurston (Jewell), b. June 26, 1861 ; m., Dec. 29, 1881, Hiram

Abiff Lutier, a carpenter in Jersey City, where he was born March 26,
1858; no children.

9054 Ella Churchill (Jewell), b. Sept. 3, 1864; d. March 25, 1865.
9054a Willie Varick (Jewell), b. Dec. i, 1S75.

9055 Franklin,' b. at Fishkill Plains, N. Y., April 23, 1842; a marine engineer re-

siding in Jersey City; a fine looking man, fair comp)exion, fine brown hair,
tips the scale at 200 lbs., and appears ten years younger than he is ; served
on government vessels during the war against the rebellion ; m., Dec. i,
1871, Angeline Bud Ferdon, b. April 26, 1848; she d. May 24, 1884, hay-
ing had a da., who d. young.

9056 Jane Eliza,' b. May 15, 1846; d. Sept. 24, 1859.

8582

Robert Jenkins Thurston^ {John,^ John^'' yonatha?!,^ Edward,*
Edward^), second son of John and Elizabeth (Jenkins) Thurston of
Hudson, N. Y. ; married, June 4, 1801, Abigail Bogert, born in
New York city, May 20, 1774. He was a hardware dealer, firm of
Bogert & Thurston in New York city, died July 21, 1806 ; she died
May 8, 1841, and was buried at Jamaica, L. L



POSTERITY OF EDWARD THURSTON, 565

Children.

9057 Eliza Ann/ b. July i, 1802; d. at Jamaica, L. I., May 24, 1830; n.m.

9058 Cornelia Emeline,' b Oct. 20, 1S03 ; m., April 3, 1828, Jesse Hoyt, son of

Gould and Sarah (Reid) Hoyt of Jamaica; he was collector of the port
of New York from 183S to 1841, following the notorious David Swart-
wout who defrauded the treasury of $1,205,030; she d. July 20, 1S52; he
d. March 17, 1867. They had:

9059 Cornelia Thurston (Hoyt), b. Feb. 9, 1S29; n.m.

9060 Louis Thurston (Hoyt), b. April 9, 1834; a banker in New York; m.

Marie Antomette Bogert [rio. 9,069].

9061 William Henry (Hoyt), b. Aug. i8, 1S37 ; in business in Baltimore, Md. ;

n.m.

9062 Emily Adele (Hoyt), b. Nov. 25, 1838; m. Francis A. de Wint of Fish-

kill on Hudson; he d. They had five children.

9063 Robert Sands (Hoyt), b. Aug. 7, 1840; d. May 16, 1879; n-m.

9064 Ella Carroll (Hoyt), b. Dec, 1846; m. J. de Wint Whittemore of Fish-

kill on Hudson.
9o65-[-Louis Marion,' b. Oct. 23, 1804; m. ElizabethJSamuella Brewer.

9066 A child, b. Dec. 26, 1805; d. Feb. 15, 1806.

8587

Edward Champlain Thurston ^ {yohn,'= yohn,'' yonathaii,^ Ed-
ward,^ Edward"-), brother of the preceding, and son of John and
Elizabeth (Jenkins) Thurston of Hudson, N. Y. ; born there Nov. 9,
1790; married Elizabeth Van Vredenberg. He was a magistrate
in New York city, died about 1873.

Children.

9067 Maria Louisa,' m. Dr. Cornelius Robert Bogert, a physician in New York

city; he d. 1877. They had :

9065 Clinton (Bogert), d. in infancy.

9069 Marie Antoinette (Bogert), m. Louis Thurston Hoyt [no. 9,060], a banker

in New York city; d. June i, 1879, leaving Geraldine and Aline (Hoyt).

9070 Eugene Thurston (Bogert), a broker in New York city; m. Kate A.

Vanderpool.
9071 Phebe Watson,' resides with her sister Maria L. ; d. 189 r ; n.m.

8588

Penelope Thurston ^ {yohn,^ Johu,'^ yonathan,^ Edward,"^ Ed-
ward"^, sister of the preceding, and eighth child of John and Eliza-
beth (Jenkins) Thurston of Hudson, N. Y. ; born there Dec. 29,
1792 ; married, Oct. 29, 1816, Rev. Gregory Townsend Bedell
D.D., born Aug. 28, 1793, son of Israel and Elizabeth (Moore) Bedell
of New York. Elizabeth Moore was born in New York, Jan. 26
1760, and died on Staten Island 1802, sister to the Rt. Rev. R. C.
Moore, bishop of Virginia. Penelope was one of the most beautiful
women of her day ; her two sisters and herself were known as " /«-
belle famille.'''' Dr. Bedell graduated from Columbia college i8ri •
had his first charge in Hudson, N. Y., next in Fayetteville, N. C. '
from there to Philadelphia, where St. Andrews church was erected
for him 1823, and his ministry was very successful ; he held many
revivals, and his prayer-meetings were conducted like those of the dis-
senting churches — every one being at liberty to take part. His life
was written by Rev. S. H. Tyng, d.d., and published with his ser-
mons, which, with his hymns, musical compositions, books of devo-



566 THURSTON GENEALOGIES.

tion, etc., are still in use, died Aug. 30, 1834, and his widow lived with
her eldest son, and was an active worker in his church in New York
city, where she died Dec. 30, 1S59.

Children.

9072 Gregory Thurston (Bedell), b. m Hudson, N. Y., Aug. 27, 1817 ; m., Oct. 7,

1S45, fulia Strong, da. of James and Aletta Strong of New York ; he grad.
from "Bristol college, Penn., 1836; ord. in St. Andrews church, Philadel-
phia, July, 1S40. His first parish was in Westchester, Penn., the second, As-
cension church in New York ; was elected asst. bishop of Ohio, and after-
ward full bishop, in which capacity he served until age and infirmity com-
pelled him to resign ; is now living in New York city ; 3 chil., d. in infancy.

9073 Elizabeth Anna Dundas (Bedell), b. 1823; m., Jan. 17, ils4, Frederick Au-

gustus Benjamin, son of Col. Aaron Benjamin of Stratford, Conn., an
officer in the army during the whole of the revolutionary war. Mrs. Benja-
min was a very brilliant woman, member of several arcliJEological societies,
a great student, and devoted much of her life to literature and good works;
many of her writings were of a religious nature ; she was an Episcopalian,
but thoroughly non-sectarian ; her question books for Bible classes have
been used by many different denominations, d. Dec. 5, 1889. Mr. Benja-
min was one of the old merchants of New York, and was for many years
associated in the firm of P)ecar, Benjamin & Co. When he left his pater-
nal roof his entire capital consisted of $37.00; energy and perseverance en-
abled him to retire in 1852 with a substantial fortune. He returned to his
old homestead and erected a handsome country seat upon the site, where
he resided a portion of each year. H-e was one of the electors of Abraham
Lincoln for president of the U. S. on his 2d term, and during a portion of
the war of the rebellion represented his district in the state senate of Con-
necticut, d. Oct. 3, i8gi. They had:
9074 Arthur Bedell (Benjamin), b. Oct. 6, 1854; followed the water for some
years, commanding and owning quite a number of vessels; retired in
iSSS to take the position of sec. of the Clark Electric Co. of New York;
m., 1880, Jessie Louise Stagg, youngest da. of Joseph H. Stagg of
Stratford, Conn., b. 1857, residing six months at the old ancestral
home in Stratford, and six months in New York each year; no children.

8589

Susan Alada Thurston^ {J^ohn,^ y^ohn,^ yonathan^^ Edward,^
Edward'^), sister of the preceding, and daughter of John and Eliza-
beth (Jenkins) Thurston of Hudson, N. Y. ; born there Nov. 29,
1793; married, in Hudson, Nov. 5, 1815, Patrick Fanning, born in
Jewett City, Conn., Aug. 23, 1788. She died in New York city, Nov.
19, 1859 ; ^^^ w^** ^ merchant in Norwich, Conn., died in Astoria, L.
I., Nov, 22, 1867.

Children.

9075 Ann Eliza (Fanning), b. in Hudson, N. Y., Oct. 22, 1816; m. ist, Oct. 5,
1836, John W. Boswell, b. in Norwich, Conn., Oct. 30, 1812, where he was
a dry goods merchant, d. Nov. 13, 1857; 2d, May 18, 1859, Capt. Charles
Lamb Meech, a farmer in Preston, Conn., b. Jan. 28, 1808, d. May 18,
1862; she d. Jan. 25, 1886, having had:

9076 John Lovett (Boswell), b. Oct. 14, 1838.

9077 Elizabeth Hand (Boswell), b. Aug. 9, 1841.

9078 Elizabeth (Boswell), b. May 26, 1844.

9079 Alia Thurston (Boswell), b. May 2, 1847.
90S0 Charles Fanning (Boswell), b. Sept. 14, 1850.

9081 Cornelia Dubois (Fanning), d.

9082 Harriet Dayton (Fanning), d.

9083 Caroline Winslow (Fanning), d.



POSTERITY OF EDWARD THURSTON. 567

9084 Frances Chester (Fanning), b. June 28, 1831 ; m., in Hudson, N. Y., April
23, 1856, Rev. John A. Paddock, d.d., rector of St. Peter's church, Brook-
lyn, N. Y., a devoted christian and faithful, sacrificing pastor; 1889 bishop
of Washington, residence in Tacoma, Wash.; she d. April 29, 1S91.
They had :

9085 Alada Thurston (Paddock), b. June 25, 1858.

9086 Edith Flagg (Paddock), b. Nov. 30, i860; d.

9087 Lilly Bedeli: (Paddock), b. Feb. i, 1S62; d.

9088 John Benjamin (Paddock), b. March 18, 1864; d.

9089 Fanny Fanning (Paddock), b. May 11, 1S66.

9090 Louise Bogert (Paddock), b. Jan. 16, 186S; d.

9091 Robert Lewis (Paddock), b. Dec. 24, 1870.

9092 Ellie Morgan (Paddock), b. Nov. 14, 1872.

9093 Florence Hubbard (Paddock), b. March 6, 1875.

9094 Robert Slark (Fanning), b. April 22, 1S35; ^ merchant in New York; m. ist,
Oct. 9, 1861, Elizabeth Paddock, sister to Bishop John A. Paddock, D.D.
d. July 4, 1866; 2d, Oct. 6, 186S, Ellen Wyckoff Mulligan; he d. Feb.
1876. Children:

9095 Lizzie Flagg (Fanning), b. Sept. 15, 1863.

9096 Ellen Wyckoff (Fanning), b. Sept., 1S7-.

9097 Julia Mulligan (Fanning), b. Feb., 1875.

8601

Peleg Thurston^ {Peleg,'^ John,'^ yonathan,^ Edward,^ Edward^),
fourth child of Peleg and Phebe (Lawton) Thurston of Ports-
mouth, R. I.; born in Hudson, N. Y., Jan. 19, 1786; married, May
28, 1809, Susan Barker Lawton, daughter of Job and Hannah
Lawton. He was a farmer in Portsmouth, served in the war of 18 12,
and received a pension, died March 2, 1S76; she died Aug. 23, 1879,
aged 88 years, 4 months, 8 days.

Cliildren.

9098 Hannah,' b. Dec. 16, 1809; d. April 11, 1822.

9099 Phebe Lawton,'' b. March 14, 1813; m., Oct. 10, 1833, Oliver Albro, b. April

8, 1805, a farmer in Portsmouth, R. I., drowned in New York harbor, Dec,
1867. They had:

9100 Hannah P]arker (Albro), b. Oct. 28, 1835 ; m., in Newport, R. I., Sept. 25,

1859, Thomas Holman of Portsmouth, b. Sept. 5,1818. They have:
(i) Frederic William (Holman), b. March 25, i860; m., April 25, 1882,
Emily Anna Davol, and have Clinton Thurston (Holman), b. Nov. 19,
1882. (2) Fannie Lavoatia (Holman), b. Oct., 1862. (3) Hermon
Thomas (Holman), b. Oct. 29, 1866.

9101 Christopher Durfee (Albro), b. Sept. 1,1842; m., in Providence, R. L,

Aug. 17, 1875, Sarah Adelaide Hawkins. They have Bertram Allen
(Albro), b. Nov. 20, 1877 ; Christopher Thurston (Albro), b. Oct. 21,
1878, d. Jan. 15, 1879; Ethel Hawkins (Albro), b. July 15, 1882, d. Dec.
14, 1883; Winfred Albert (Albro), b. July 10, 1883, d. March 17, 1885!

9102 Caroline Adelia (Albro), b. Dec. 10, 1844; m., Jan. 10, 1866, George

Henry Breed of Geneseo, 111., and had Jennie Wilson (Breed), b. Nov.
14, 1S66; William Baxter (Breed), b. Jan. 20, 1872; Cora Thurston
(Breed), b. Jan. 28, d. Feb. 6, 1877.

9103 James Albert (Albro), b. in Middletown, R. I., Sept. 14, 1848; d Nov

7, 1866.

9104 Franklin Thurston (Albro), b. in Portsmouth, May 6, 1854; d. Jan. 31, 1863.
9105 Susan Lawton,' b. Feb. 20,1815; m., April 11, 1S42, John Clark, b. Aug.

14, 1802, a boot and shoe mnfr. in Newport ; she d. Mar. 20, 1873; r»o chil.
91064-Lewis Jenkins,' b. March 18, 1S18; m. Cynthia Ann Peckham.
9ro7-i-Edward,' b. Nov. 26, 1820; m. Harriet Peckham.
9108 Robert Lawton,' b. Feb. 23, 1823; a farmer in Portsmouth; m., Nov. 13,

1879, by Rev. E. M. Smith, Harriet Jane Rawson of Newport, b. Nov. 23',

1837; she d. Sept. 23, 1883; no children.



e^6S THURSTON GENEALOGIES.

giOQ-f-Peleg Lawton/ b. June i8, 1826; m._ Sarah Elizabeth Lawton.

91 10 Benjamm F'ranklin/ b. April 30, 1830 ; d. at Placerville, Cal., Oct. 28, 1852.

9111+Parker Hall/ b. March 2, 1833; m. Louisa Maria Rawson.

8617

John Samuel Thurston^ iPeieg,'^ John,'^ jfonathan,^ Edward,*
Edward'), brother of the preceding, and son of Peleg and Ruth
(Lawton) Thurston of Portsmouth, R. I. ; born there Sept. 26, 1799 ;
married, in Newport, R. I., by Rev. Michael Eddy, June 22, 1822,
Hannah Barker Lawton, born July 19, 1797, daughter of William
and Sarah (Barker) Lawton of Portsmouth. He was in the navy in
the war of 18 12, in the vessel that took the British ship Nimrod, at
Portsmouth, when thirteen years of age ; after became a steam en-
o-ine manufacturer, and went to the West Indies to set up steam en-
gines. He run the Spanish steamer Almandar between Havana and
Matanzas, which was wrecked, lying at the wharf, in the hurricane of
1844, after which he returned to Providence, R. L, died Jan. 7, 1879 5



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