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burg, Me. They have, b. in Tallahassee, Frederick George (Apthorp),
b. July 18, d. Sept. 27, 1874; Mary (Apthorp), b. April 3, 1877; An-
nie Osgood (.'\pthorp), b. June 22, 1878, d. July 18, 18S0; Agnes Ken-
nedy (Apthorp), b. May 22, 18S1 ; Alice Foster (Apthorp), b. Sept.
19. 1883.

9349 George Henry (Apthorp), b. do., Aug. 9, 1841 ; enlisted in the war against

the rebellion as ist lieut. in a company of the 14th reg. of colored
troops, and was killed in a charge on the enemy near Decatur, Ala.,
Oct. 29, 1864. His captain says : "His men almost worshiped him,
and he was much endeared by his companionable and christian quali-
ties to his brother officers and to all who knew him." His body was
sent home and buried at Port Byron, 111., near his mother.

9350 Anna Wentworth (.Apthorp), b. do.. Nov. 19. 1843; was educated at Mrs.

Cole's sein. in Ipswich. Mass., taught several years in the west; 1885
living with her bro. John P. ; n.m.

9351 Mary Elizabeth (Apthorp), b. do., Oct. 26, 1S46; grad. from Iowa college

1864 ; taught in Iowa City, and 1SS5 in state normal school in Oshkosh,
Wis.

9352 Elizabeth Arnold,^ b. Oct. 12, 1816; d. Oct. 12, 1818.

9353 Charles Job,^ b. Sept. 9, 1818; a sign and carriage painter, with no particu-

lar abiding place; m., April 15, 1844, Anstis Adalaid Seymour, b. Oct. 25,
1821, da. of Dyer and Ellinor (Wilcox) Seymour of Batavia, N. Y. Mrs.
Thurston and her da. resided in Milwaukee. Wis., 18S0 ; 18S2 went to Hor-
ricon, Wis., and since have returned to Milwaukee. They have:

9354 Emma Jeannette,^ b. Sept. 13, 1846; a stenographer in Milwaukee.

8728

John Taylor Thurston^ of Westerly, R. I. {Joseph^'^ George,^ Ed-
ward,^ jfonathan,^ Edward^), brother of the preceding, and son of
Joseph and Sarah (Taylor) Thiu-ston of Hopkinton, R. I. ; born
there April 21, 1782; married, May i, 1803, Mrs. Hannah Rey-
nolds, widow of Amon Reynolds and daughter of Thomas Clarke of
Stonington, Conn. ; she died April 11, 1840, aged 67 ; he died Dec.
26, i860.

Children.

9355 Lucetta,'' b. March 29, 1805; m., July, 1822, John Wilcox Spicer; d. Sept.
23. 1850, having had:

9356 Thomas P. (.Spicer), b. July 27, 1823; m., Sept., 1842, Sarah A. Gavitt.

9357 John Thurston (Spicer), b. Oct. 7, d. Oct. 9. 1825.

9355 John Thurston (Spicer), b. Sept. 3, 1827; d. July 3, 1S28.

9359 Hannah E. (Spicer), b. May 15. 1829; m., March 29, 1867, Henry H.

Harnes.

9360 Harriet M. (Spicer), b. Dec. 26, 1831; d. Sept. 23, 1847.

9361 Son, b. Aug. 4, d. Aug. 12, 1834.

9362 Benjamin Reynolds (Spicer), b. Nov. 23, 1835.

9363 Ellen W. (Spicer), b. May 11, 1838; d. Jan. 7, 1858. ■



POSTERITY OF EDWARD THURSTON. 583

9364 Ann B. (Spicer), b. Nov. 8, 1841; m., Jan. 25, 1859, John C. Langwor-

thy; d. Oct. 11, 1861.

9365 Joseph Thurston (Spicer), b. Nov. 27, 1844; m., 1866, H. Maria Barber.
9366-l-John Clarke," b. June 26, 180S; m. Mary Leeds Miller.

9367 Hannah," b. March 8, 181 1; m., Oct. 19, 1835, Nelson Brown, and had:

9368 Sarah Bal)cock (Brown), b. Jan. 7,1837; m., March 31, 1869. William

G. Davis.

9369 Hannah Thurston (Brown), b. Aug. 10, 1840; m., Aug. 17, 1864, Judson

B. Slocumb.

9370 Albert Nelson (Brown), b. April 8, 1843; "!•> Dec. 2, 1868, Elizabeth

M. Lewis.

9371 I^ ary Elizabeth (Brown), b. Dec. 31, 1845.

8731

Peleg Grinald Thurston^ {jfoseph,'= George,"^ Edward,^ Jona-
thafi,'^ Edward^), brother of the preceding, and son of Joseph and
Sarah (Taylor) Thurston of Hopkinton, R. I. ; born in Westerly, R.
I., April I, 1788 ; married, first, June 13, 1810, Roby Andrews, sis-
ter to his brother Job's wife; she died Jan. 23, 1815. Second,
Sept. 18, 1817, Ann York, born Aug. 16, 1790, daughter of William
York of Westerly. He was an overseer of weaving, justice of the
peace, and member of the Baptist church in Johnston, R. I., died
July 12, 1862 ; she died in North Providence, R. I., April 28, 1873.

Children.

9372 Joseph,'^ b. in Warwick, R. L, Jan. 4, 1812; m. Penelope Northup; caught

his foot in gearing and d. from the effect, July 31, 1838; no children.

9373 Charles Andrews," b. in E. Greenwich, R. I., Dec. 29, 1813; d. Apr. 16, 1814.

9374 Julia Ann,^ b. in East Greenwich, June 7, 1815 ; d. Oct, 20, 1817.

9375 Charles," b. Dec. 7, 1819; d. Jan. 20, 1820.

9376+ Augustus York,'^ b. April 20, 1S21 ; m. ist, Julia Maria Angell ; 2d, Lydia
Bacon Potter.

9377 Sarah Ann," b. Sept. 29, 1822; m. ist, Jan. 3, 1847, William Angell Sweet
of Johnston, R. L, a carpenter, deacon of the Baptist ch., son of Philip
Angell and Ruth (Angell) Sweet of Johnston; 2d, Jan. 21, 1853, Philip
Angell Sweet, b. Sept. 5, 1816, bro. of first husband, a carpenter, and
deacon of the Baptist ch.; she d. in Providence, R. L, July 23, 1873,
having had :

9378 Alfred Franklin (Sweet), b. Dec. 15, 1847; d. March 11, 184S.

9379 Ellen Medora (Sweet), b. in No. Providence, Feb. 20, 1S5S; m., Aug.

25, 1874. Louis L. Inman, son of Dennis and Hannah Inman of Bur-
rillviUe, R. I.
9380 Stephen York,' b. in Stonington, Conn., Jan. 7. 1S24; a machinist, and
member of the Baptist church in Providence; 1888 moved to Pawtucket
R. L; m., Oct. 15, 1846, Mary Lapham Coe, b. Oct. 20, 1824, da. of Al-
den and Lydia (Taft) Coe of Woonsocket, R. L; she d. June 26, 1873,
aged 48, having had :
93S1 Walter Alden,^ b. in Woonsocket, April 22, 1849; d. April 8, 1S69. '
9382 Ida Frances,^ b. in Johnston, March 9, 1857.

9383 William,' b. in Canterbury, Conn., June 14, 1826; d. April 25, 1827.

9384 Hannah Maria/ b. Oct. 9, 1S27 ; m., June 29, 1854, John Butler Lawton, b.

March 18, iSio, son of Isaac and Abigail (Fink) Lawton of Newport R.
I., a ship carpenter of North Providence. They have:

9385 Charles Herbert (Lawton), b. Aug. 13, 185S; m., Jan. i, 1S77, Ida

Frances Wilbur.

9386 Adeliza (Lawton), b. in Johnston, May 29, 1864; d. Oct. 31, 1866.

9387 John Taylor,' b. in Griswold, Conn., Oct. 17, 1829; m., Sept. 11, iSi^S, Phebe
Ann Mathewson, b. Feb. i, 1833, da. of Parish Mathewson of Johnston.
They have :

9388 Cora Estelle,' b. July 20, iS6r.

9389 Phebe Mathewson,^ b. March 24, d. April 5, 1868.



584 THURSTON GENEALOGIES.

9390 John Howard, 8 b. Oct. 30, d. Nov. 14, 1869.

9391 Gertrude Mathewson,** b. Aug. 8, 187 1.

9392 William C," b. at Central F'alls, K. I , March 7, 1S34; m., Nov. 28, 1851,

Adeliza Jillson; resided in Providence; she d. Sept. 29, 1S61, aged 25; he
d. Jan. 2, 1S65.

8732

George Thurston ^ {Joseph,^ George,'' Edward,^ yojiathan,^ Ed-
ward^), brother of the preceding, and son of Joseph and Sarah (Tay-
lor) Thurston of Hopkinton, R. I.; born there Aug. 28, 1790; mar-
ried, first, 1815, Artemissia Saunders, born May 14, 1796, daughter
of Nathan and Sarah (Taylor) Saunders of Charlestown, R. I. ; > she
died March 13, 1828. Second, 1828, Mrs. Susan (Gavitt) Brown-
ing, born June 9, 1797, daughter of Sanford and Hannah (Berry)
Gavitt of Westerly, R. I. He was a justice of the peace and repre-
sentative to the general assembly of Charlestown, died June, 1838 ;
she died Sept. 19, 1854.

Children.

9393 Susan,'' b. March 13, 1S16; m., Nov. 20, 1833, Gordon Hazard Hoxie, b.

March 24, 1813, son of Hazard and Chloe (Bailey) Hoxie of Charlestown,
R. I., a farmer; rep. to the general assembly; he d. Aug. 25, 1^87. They
had, b. in Charlestown :
9394. Gordon Hazard (Hoxie). b. April 16, 1835; d. Jan. 17, 1S36.

9395 Mary Lee (Hoxie), b. Jan. 30, 1837; m , June 26, 1867, Caleb Henry

Bennett, a shoe dealer in Bridgeport, Conn.

9396 Susan Thurston (Hoxie), b. Dec. 28, 1S3S; m., Nov. 12, 1861, William

Henry Kenyon of Bridgeport, a stone cutter.

9397 George Hazard (Hoxie), b. June 20, 1842; m, Dec. 11, 1861, Mary P.

Ward; d. in Charlestown, May 10, 1S76.
939S Willie (Hoxie), b. July 10, d. Sept. 29, 1843.

9399 George Perry,' b. Jan. 8, 1818; m., 1848, Mrs. Sarah (Clark) Baldwin of New

York, where he was a bookkeeper, d. in Brooklyn, Conn., Nov. 9, 1849;
she d. Feb, 1S52. They had Artemissia Saunders,^ b. Sept., 1849, d. June
23, 1851.

9400 Rhoda Earl,' d. in infancy.

9401 Rhoda Earl,'' b. June 15, 1821 ; m., June 14, 1841, David Mather Chapin, b.

in Chicopee, Mass., then a part of Springfield, Feb. 20, 181 5, son of He-
man and Phena (Chapin) Chapin, an optician in Springfield, Mass., deacon
of the Baptist church. They had :

9402 George Heman (Chapin), b. Plainfield, Ct, July 6, 1844; d. June 22, 1851.

9403 Carrie Bard (Chapin), b. in Brooklyn, Aug. 9,1858; m., Feb. 20,1890,

Frederick James Brand, trav. salesman in Boston, Mass.

9404 Nathan Saunders,'' b. May 16, 1823; went to California when a young man,

and was traced till 1875, nothing having been learned of him since.

9405 Joseph '' and IVLitilda .Saunders,' d. in infancy.

9406 Artemisia Saunders,' b, March 13, 1S28; m., May 30, 1848, Rev. Joseph

Prentice Brown, b. Oct. 27, 1820, son of Henry and Lucy (Prentice) Brown
of Waterford, Conn. ; studied in the academical and theo. institution at
New Hampton, N. H.; ord. over the ist Baptist ch. in Charlestown, R. I.,
Jan. 28, 1847 ; Apr., 1849, went to the Union Baptist ch. in Plainfield, Conn. ;
187 1 acting pastor of 2d Baptist ch. in New London, Conn., till 1877 ; has
been acting visitor of city schools 4 years since, and in 1865 represented
the town of Plainfield in the leg. ; is still preaching as supply upon call,
located in New London ; she was an ideal woman, always frail, but of a
cheerful and courageous spirit ; made her home a place of ideal happiness ;
in her last illness she said " This is the turning point to the better land," d.
Aug. 27, 1891. They had:
9407 Jennie Eliza (Brown), b. in Plainfield, Oct. 18, 1852; m., Nov. 5, 1879, Jo-
seph Randall Saunders, a grocer in New London. They have Agnes
Thurston (Saunders), b. Aug. 8, 1888.



POSTERITY OF EDWARD THURSTON. 585

9408 Ann Eliza/ b. July 10, 1S29; m., Jan. 10, 1S54, Rev. Oliver W. Pollard, a
dealer in hardware and lumber in Dvvight, 111., b. March iS, 1831, son of
Ezra Pollard of East Greenwich, R. I., a Methodist clergyman, tho not ac-
tively engaged as such now. They had :
9409 Artemissia Elorence (Pollard), b. in Weathirsfi^ld, 111., Sept., 1S55; m.,
June 14, [876, Henry E. Dow.
9410 Sarah Jane,' b. Mirc'.i 4, t83i ; m., Oct. 8, (855, Hxrtwjll Haoker Blan-
chard of N Attleboro, Mass., b. in S. Cambridge, Mass., Dec. 5, 1821, son
of Isaac and Lucretia (Knight) Blanchard of Attleboro. They have:

941 1 Jennie Tiiurston (Blanchard), b. June 7, 1857.

9412 Hattie Earl (Blanchard), b. Aug. 7, 1858; m.

9413 Nellie Louise (Blanchard), b. Oct. 21, 1857.

9414 William Henry,^ d. in his second year.

9415 Abigail Knowles," d. in her fourth year.

8733

Clarke Thurston^ {Joseph,'= Georgd,^ Edwani,^ yonathan,^ Ed-
ward'''), brother of the preceding, and son of Joseph and Sarah (Tay-
lor) Thurston of Hopkinton, R. I., where he was born ; married, Jan.
7, 1816, Abby Reynolds, born in Newport, R. I., Dec. 20, 1794,
daughter of Anion and Hannah (Clarke) Reynolds. He was a
machinist in Hopkinton, died in Providence, R. I., May 21, 1832,
aged 42.

Children.

9416 Sarah Reynolds," b. June 2, [8/7; m., Sept. 7, 1S35, John Diey; he d. Sept.

25, 1854, aged 37; she d. May, 1884. They had a da., b. and d. May 20,
1838; WilHam H. (Deey), b. March 4, d. Aug. 5s 1841.

94 1 7 -|- Benjamin Reynolds," b. March 31, iSig; m. ist, Elizabeth Harwood Mar-
ble; 2d, Laura Henley; 3d, Lucy Paine.

94i8-|-Amon Reynolds,'' b. Sept. 16, 1820; m. Sarah Ann Garland.

9419 Horatio Nelson,' b. in Pheni.x, R. I., Sept. 10, 1823; d. Sept. 8, 1824.

9420 Levi Wheaton," b. do., Oct. 29, 1824; d. July 12, 1825.

9421 Ann Frances Deshon,'' b. do., July 24, 1S26; m.. Dec. 2, 1847, Samuel Ross

Highland, an engraver in Abbott Run, R. I., b. Nov. 12, 1824, son of
Jacob and Martha (Colwell) Highland of Smithfield, R. L They have:

9422 Eliza Ross (Highland), b. in Providence, R. I., June i. 184S; m., Nov. 10,

1867, Thomas Leavitt Stone, b. April 6, 1847, a lather in Knightsville,
Cranston, R. I., and had Annie F. (Stone), b. Nov. 23, 1S68.

9423 Edwin Clarke (Highland), ) twins, b. do., J d. March 7, 1850.

9424 Edward Jacob (Highland), ) Jan. 15, 1850; (a carpenter in Knightsville,

Cranston; m. Mrs. Almira (Brayton) Arnold.

9425 Ada Louise (Highland), b. Aug. 12, 1853; m. J. Edgar Sisson of Paw-

tucket, R. I.

9426 Herbert Clarke (Highland), b. in Cranston, Jan. 15, 1858; d. Nov. 26, 1863.

9427 Walter Clarence (Highland), b. do., Aug. 3, i860; bookkeeper in Paw-

tucket; m. Lizzie Webb of Pawtucket.

9428 William EUery,^ b. in Pawtucket, July 4, 1828; m. ist, Jane Frances; 2d,
Dec. 2, 1854, Mary S. Cady; 3d, Oct. 8, 1857, Susan P. Phillips; 4th, in-
tention of marriage issued in Boston, Mass., May 13, 1867, with Eliza
Chapel of Boston, aged 34, b. in Cape Elizabeth, Me., da. of Joseph and
Sarah Spencer ; he was a machinist, d. in Providence, Sept. 30, 1876. Child :
9429 Sarah Elizabeth,** b. Oct. 30, i860; d. Feb. 5, 1865.

9430-}- Ellis Burgess Pitcher,'' b. May 15, 1S30; m. Clarinda Mary Jane Briggs.

9431 Susan Caroline," b. April 15, 1832; m.. May i, 1849, Willard Barton Scott,
station master at Abbott Run. They had:

9432 Emma Caroline (Scott), b. April i, 1850; m. William A. Gamwell.

9433 Lillian L. (Scott), b. Nov. 12, 1854; d. Nov. i, 1863.

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586



THURSTON GENEALOGIES.



8743



LoDovvicK Lewis Thurston^ {yjseph,^ George,* Edward,'^ Jona-
than,^ Ediiiard'), brother of the preceding, and youngest child of
Joseph and Sarah (Taylor) Thurston of Hopkinton, R. I. ; born
there i8o5; married Mary Browning. He was tavern keeper,
butcher, and sheriff in Wickford, R. I., after 1838 a farmer in West
Point, la. ; democratic representative in the Iowa legislature, mem-
ber of the Episcopal church, a man of high character, beloved and
respected by all, died 1847 ; she died at West Point, la., July 2, 1867.

Children.

94.34 Hannah Melissa," b. in Kingston, R. I., Aug. 25,1825; m., July 22,1844,

Wdliam Rufus Stewart, jobber of glass ware, cutlery, etc., in Des Moines,

la.; mimber of the Methodist church, a radical whig; she d. in West

Point, la., June 11, i86t, having had :

9435 Mary Inez (Stewart), b. Sept. 24, 184S; m. Dr. O. P. Sala of Bloomfield,

Wis. ; four sons.
9136 Willia'm Rufus (Stewart), b. Oct. 29, 1853.

9437 Lewis Albert (Stewart), b. June 10, 1855.

9438 Adrin Thurston (Stewart), b. July 7, 1857.

The three sons are all in business in Des Moines.
943^'rt Emeline,'' m., about 1S45, (^eorge Browning, and d. 1S57.
94j8^ Stephen.' d. in California about 1S51.

9439 Sarah Taylor,^ b. Oct. 12, rS39 ; m., Dec. 30, 1858, George Washington Ma-
son, b. May 24, 1838, a merchant and dealer in lumber in Eau Claire, Wis.,
son of Squire [d. Aug., 1851] and Nanc^an [now living with her son]
(Yohn) Mason of West Point, la. They have:
9439; Clara Thurston (Mason), b. March 23, i86r ; d. July iS, 1867.
9439^ Mary Emeline (Mason), b. March i, 1864; m., May 5, 1886, DeWitt Tails,
fire ins. agent in Eau Claire, and have Mildred Mason (Tails), b. April
9, 18S7; Julia (Tails), b. July 7, 1890.
9439^: George VVashington (Mason), b. March 12, 1866; grain dealer in Eau

Claire; m., Oct. 8, 1890, Kate Phillips.
9439/ Sarah Taylor (Mason), b. Jan. 14, 1870; in female sem., Rockford, 111.
9439'' William Stephen (Mason), b. July 29, 187 1 ; in Beloit college.
9439/ Susie Carlinda (Mason), b. Oct. 21, 1874; in female sem., Rockford.
9439^ Fanny (Mason), b. Aug. 18, d. Aug. 27, 1876.

8744

Daniel Greene Thurston ^ {Norton,^ Samuel,* Edivard,'^ Sa?nuel*
Edward ^) , eldest child of Norton and Ann (Greene) Thurston of
Delaware county, O. ; born about 177 1; married Fanny (or Fran-
ces) Thayer. He was a potter, justice of the peace, and class
leader in the Methodist church. They went to Ohio with their pri-
vate conveyance in 18 10, and endured all the hardships incident to
pioneer life, often having to leave their home to avoid the Indians,
died 1843, aged 72 ; she died i860.

Children.

94 JO Harriet,'' m. ist, William Monroe, m.d.; 2d, 1831, John Loofborrow, M.D.,
and lived near Mineral Point, Wis.; she d. 1834; he d. i86o. She had:
9441 Lucy Ann (Monroe).

9142 William (Monroe), an m.d. in Monroe, Wis.
9443 Mary H.,' b. in Washington Co., N'. Y., March 3, iSoo; m., Dec. 30, 1819,
Israel Wood, a shoemaker and farmer near Mt. Gilead, O., b. April 4,
1797, in New York ; Friends in religion. They had:



POSTERITY OF EUWAKD THURSTON. 58/

9444 Priscilla H. (Wood), b. Jan. 19, [821 ; m. Simael Wood, a carpenter and

farmer; both d., having had Lebbeus, Mary Frances, Israel, Sarah El-
len, Catherine, Martha, d. 1863 (Wood).

9445 Elizabeth G. (Wood), b. July 4, 1S22; m. Asa M. Tovvnsend, and had

Clayton, d., Mary Ellen, Henry, Lydia, d. (Townsend).

9446 Diniel T. (Wood), b. June 3, 1S24; a broom maker; n.m.

9447 Rachel li. (Wood), b. Dec. 8, 1S25; m. Zephaniah Coutant, and had

Edwin, George, Leander, Chester (Coutant).

9448 Frances T. (Wood), b. Oct. 2d, [S27; m. Stephen Jackson, and had Is-

rael and Mary (Jackson).

9449 Sarah T (Woail, b. June i, 182;; m. Jamei Smith, and had Gilbert,

Alfaretta, Charles (Smith).

9450 Ly lia O. (Wood), b. Nov. 27, 1S30; d. June 5, 1852.

9451 Jonathan B. (Wood), b. Oct. 4, 1S33; m., April 21, i36i, Rebecca K,

Wright; in Mt. Gilead, O., and had Elmer and Laura (Wood), both d.

9452 Rhoda Esther (Wood), b. March 8,1836; m. Greenwood Neville, and

had Alfred, Miry, Sarah, Ernest, Clarence (Neville).

9453 Eunice H. (Wood), b. Nov. 13, 1837; m. Abner Winder, and had Clar-

ence, Anna, Octavius, Chester (Winder).

9454 William K. (Wood),b. Sept. 16, 1835; d. from a fall in a barn, July 29, 1849.

9455 Mary Beulah (Wood), b. Nov. 26, 1S44; m. Sidney J. Davis, and had

Harry, Mary Elizabeth, Clara, Grace, Beulah, Ralph (Davis).
9456-|-Jo3ep'i," b. Mirch 22, iSo2; m. Charlotte Loof borrow.

9457 Betsey,'^ b. 1804; m., Dec, 1819, Ralph Longwell, a farmer near Eden, O. ;
a soldier in the war of 1S12; he d. They had :
945S Martha E. (Longwell), m. B. F. Loof borough, clerk of DelawareCo. ; 2 chil.

9459 N mcy L. (Longwell), m. Miller Abrams, a blacksmith; 4 children.

9460 Miry W. (Longwell), m. Hon. J. R. Hubble; 7 children.

9461 Harriet M. (Longwell), m. Wesley Abrams, a farmer; 7 children.

9462 Albert Green ( Longwell), sergeant in the war against the rebellion; m.,

1S59, Cordelia S. Eaton; 2 children.

9463 Fanny S. (Longwell), m. Hiram Hippie, a farmer; i child.

9464 LyJia Sevas (Longwell), m. Morris Clay, a carpenter; 4 children.

9465 Esther L. (Longwell), m. Willis Myers, a blacksmith; 2 children.

9466 Phebe S. (Longwell), m. John C. Geary, a lawyer; 2 children.

9467 Norten Thurston (Longwell), a soldier in the war against the rebellion;

m., 1867, Ella E. Hyde; 2 children, in Delaware, O.

9468 Helen Sarah (Longwell), m., 1867, James P. McKay, a molder; 2 chil.

9469 Charles (Longwell).

9470 Millie B. (Longwell), m., i853, W. S. Coyner; 4 children.

9471 Charlotte Hough (Longwell), m., 1872, George N. States, a farmer; 2 chil.
9472 Sarah,'' b. 1809; m. ist, Timothy Lyman Thrall; 2d, Andrew Thrall, a

brother'of first husband, and broker in Zenia, O. She had Fidelia (Thrall),

m. Maynard, in Columbus, O., Almira, Wesley, Timothy, Fanny,

Homer (Thrall).
9473-l-Samuel,'' b. Jan. 18, 1807; m. Prudence Burrows.
9474 Phebe, ^ b. iSf3; a Spiritualist; m., 1831, William Kilbourne Thrall, a house

joiner in Berlin, O. ; she d. They had:
9475 Octavia Bernice (Thrall), b. April 25, 1841 ; m., 1S65, Tilden Scott, in
Brown township, Delaware Co., O., P. O. Kilbourne, O., and have
Harry S., William Tilden, Louie Belle (Scott).
9476 Eunice," b. 1815; m. Nathan Herrendeen. They had Orrison, Martha Hulda,

Norton, Irvin, in Ashley, O., Samuel, Morris (Herrendeen).
9477-(-Norton," b. Aug. 8, 1817; m. Rebecca Jones.
947S-j-Vinal Stewart," b. May 19, 1819; m. Ann L. Plant.
9479 Nancy,'' b. April 10, 1821 ; m. 1st, June 29, 1840, Isaac Leonard, a carpenter

in Eden, O., b. July 7, 1808, d. in Kilbourne, O., Oct. 2, 1844; 2d, George

Hippie, in Kilbourne, d. Dec. 16, 1876.' They had:

9480 Frances (Leonard), b. Feb. 28, 1842; m., Nov. 24, 1869, Walter C. Pot-

ter, b. in Kingston, O., Nov. 24, 1837, a farmer in Alum Creek, O. ; he
d. Dec. 20, 1884. They have Owen Daniel (Potter), b. Sept. 9, i860;
Leonard (Potter), b. Aug. 24, 1S81.

9481 Harriet (Leonard), b. Jan. 21, 1844; m., Oct. 6, 1864, Evan Holt, b. June

21, 1839, a farmer; she d. March 12, 1877, leaving Frank Edwin (Holt),



588 THURSTON GENKALOGIES.

b. Dec. 27, 1S65; Emma Lulu (Holt), b. Nov. 27, 1871; Mary I^sther
(Holt), b. May 21, 1874.
9482 KrancesJ b. May 25, 1S23; m. James Harvey Walker, a farmer in Killiourne,
b. in \V. Virginia, June 29, 1818, went to Ohio 1832; she d. Feb. 27, 1858;
he d. June 5, 1871. They had, b. in Kilbourne :

94S3 Infant daughter, d. Nov. 29, 1839, aged one day.

9484 Ruth (Walker), b. Nov. 14, 1S40; m., Feb. 20, 1866, Silas Henry Sheets,
a farmer and swine breeder in Kilbourne, a Methodist, b. in Stratford,
O., March 19, i84i,son of Benjamin and Mary Ann (Hagerman) Sheets
of Kilbourne. They have Charles Homer (Sheets), b. Feb. 16, 1867;
Harvey Eugene (Sheets), b. Sept. 20, 1868, d. Nov. 26, 1S87; Herbert
Porter (Sheets), b. Jan. 12, 1870; Montello Eatherton (Sheets), b. Oct.
20, 1872; Francis Eionel (Sheets), b. Dec. 20, 1874; Blanche Estelle
(Sheets), b. Aug. 14, 1876; Viola Geraldine (Sheets), b. Nov. 14, 1878;
Eva Annette (Sheets), b. Aug. 28, 1S80; Clinton Ellis (Sheets), b. Nov.
10, 1SS3.

94S5 John (Walker), b. Feb. 11, 1S43; enlisted in the war against the rebel-
lion in the 96th Ohio reg., Aug. 12, 1862 ; d. at Jefferson barracks. Mo.,
June 25, 1863, interred in Christ's church cemetery, St. Louis, Mo.

9486 Margaret (Walker), b. Dec. 14, 1S45 > "''• John Rowland, a farmer in

West Hope, O.

9487 Octavius Augustus (Walker), b. Jan. 11, 1S47; a photographer in Delta,

O. ; m., March 2S, 1S68, Maggie Rowland, b. Sept. 23, 1850, and have
Stella Luetta (Walker), b. March 27, 1869; Silas Harvey (Walker), b.
Feb. 3, 1874; Charles Sargent (Walker), b. Jan. 6, 1S7S; fiances
Luella (Walker), b. March 7, 1883.

9488 Mary Frances (Walker), b. Jan. 5, 1858; m. Albert Lymangrover, a

dealer in general merchandise in Deweyville, O.
9489 Barbara Triphosa,' b. 1825; m. William Livingston. They had Martha,
William, Daniel, Francis, George, Alice, Harvey (Livingston).

8761

Robert Thurston^ (Samuel /saac,^ Samuel,'' Edzvard,^ Samuel ^^
Edward^), son of Samuel Isaac and Jane (Rawlins) Thurston of
Georgetown, S. C. ; born there Oct. 10, 1801 ; married, March, 1830,
Eliza Emily North, daughter of Dr. Edward W. North of Charles-
ton, S. C. He was a merchant in Charleston, died May 18, 1841.

Children.

94904-Edward North," b. Aug. 5, 1831 ; m. 1st, Sarah Constani^ Chisholm ; 2d,

Mrs. Sophia Elizabeth (Hill) Bee.
949i-j-Rol)ert,'' b. May 26, 1833; m. Maria Rees Ford.
9492 Emily,'' b. Sept. 27, 1835; m., Jan., 1855, Dr. William Chardon Ravenel of

Charleston, S. C, and had :

9493 Louis (Ravenel), b. May 14, 1858; m., Feb. 20, 18S4, Julia Irvine Junkin,

b. July 6, 1859, da. of Rev. William F. and Anna (Anderson) Junkin,
D.D., pastor of a Presbyterian church in Mont Claire, N. J., and son of
Pres. George Junkin, d.d., of Philadelphia, Penn.

9494 Robert Thurston (Ravenel), b. May 16, i86d, partner in firm of Thurs-

ton & Ravenel, merchandise brokers, Charleston, S. C, branch house.

9495 Emily Chardon (Ravenel), b. Jan. 7, 1869.

9496 John Gough,'' b. Aug. 29, 1S37 ; a merchandise broker in Charleston; m.,
July 2, 1S73, Eliza Jane Ford, b. April 24, 1839, da. of Stephen and Jane
Caroline (Thurston) Ford [no. 8,750] of Georgetown, S. C. They have:
9497 VA\i\\ Moultrie,^ b. Feb. 28, 1876.

9498 James,' b. Oct. 25, 1840; a merchandise broker in firm of Thurston & Ra-
venel, in charge of the Baltimore, Md., office; m., Oct. 16, 1873, Mary
Jane Wilson, b. Aug. 31, 1835, ^^- ^^ Capt. James Patterson Wilson, U.
S. N., who d. in the Mexican war ; she was the widow of Dugan Hollins
of Baltimore; no children.



POSTERITY OF EDWARD THURSTON. 589

8816

William Henry Thurston^ ( /-f^////drw,5 IVil/iam,^ Joseph,'^ Satn-
uel,^ Edward'), fifth child of William and Ruth C. (Easton) Thurs-
ton of Middletown, R, I.; born there Feb. 4, 1823; married, Oct. 6,
1847, Laura Casttoff, born Aug. 7, 1829, daughter of Henry and
Elizabeth Moulton (Friend) Casttoff of Newport, R. I. He was a
farmer, market gardener and florist in Newport, owned a large and
valuable property in the suburbs of the city, and was preparing to
open it to the public ; was of a retiring disposition, but was largely
known and highly respected in the way of business, and is a great



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