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ence; 1863 he located upon a farm in St. Ansgar, la., and preached as occasion of-
fered; has been supervisor of schools, justice of the peace, and has held several
civil offices of trust; 1886 called to the Congregational church in Hope, and June,
1890, to Dawson, North Dakota, of which he is a member and the pastor.

Children.

10,378-f-Charles Parker, b. Aug. 30, 1844; m. Harriet Rebecca Dodge.

10,379 Mary Louise, b. in Trenton, N. Y., April 24, 1S48; m., 1S69, William Ed-
gar Morehouse, a boot and shoe dealer in Otranto, and May, 1884, a
farmer in Mitchell, la., b. Sept. 27, 1833, son of William Tyler and Mar-
garet (Macomber) Morehouse of Sun Prairie, Wis. ; served in the war
against the rebellion in the 29th Wis. reg. from 1861 to 1865; held the
rank of orderly sergeant, and is a pensioner. They have :

10.380 Mary Faville (Morehouse), b. Djc. 2, 1870; a teacher in Hope, N. D.

10.381 Arthur Thurston (Morehouse), b. Dec. 22, 1872.



MISCELLANEOUS NAMES. 645

10.382 Frank William (Morehouse), b. Aug. 17, 1876; d. Dec. 9, 1S89.

10.383 Ralph Edgar (Morehouse), b. Feb. 27, 1880.

10.384 Kate Faville (Morehouse), h. March 25, 1882.

10.385 Laura Evelyn (Morehouse), b. Aug. 7, 1S86.

10,386 William Uvvight, b. in Wilmurt, N. Y., Jan. 3, 1850; a blacksmith in St.
Ansgar; 1879 went to Ortonville, Minn., and in 1885 to Gladstone, Dak.,
where he ran an engine in a gristmill till 1886, when he went to Moor-
head, Minn., and 1887 to Wadena, Minn., on to a farm; m., Jan. 18, 1880,
Ida Hallock, b. Nov. 2r, 1862, da. of Jerome Hunt and Matilda Hallack
of Ortonville, Minn. They have :

10.387 George Carleton, h. Nov. 2, 1880.

10.388 Bert, b. Aug. 19, 1882.

10.389 Myrtle Laura, b. April 18, 1887.

10,390 Evangeline St. Clair, b. in Bombay, N. Y., Jan. 6, 1854; m., 1872, Arthur
Turney, a farmer in St. Ansgar, la. ; 1889 station agent in Taylor, N. Da.,
for the Northern Pacific R. R. Co. They liave:
10,391 Carlton Cyrus (Turney), b. Oct. 27, 1874.

10,392 Thomas Faville, b. in Osage, la., Oct. 29, 1858; a grocer in Albert Lea,
Minn.; m., June 22, 1882, Lucy Cora Richardson of Osage. Have:

10.393 Laura Corinna, b. Dec. 5, 1884.

10.394 Locklin Parker, b. Oct., 1S88.

10.395 Frank Lochlin, b. in St. Ansgar, Apr. 4, 1861 ; station agent in Hope, N.

D.; m., Jane 19, 1890, Maggie Murray of Hope.

10.396 Laura Bessie, b. Dec 25, 1864; m , 1883, William Taylor Best, b. in Cas-

selton, N. Dak., a locomotive engineer on the Northern Pacific R. R.,
residing in Mandan, N. Dak.

10,377

James Gilbert Thurston {Joseph, Thomas), son of Joseph and Keziah (Hen-
ry) Thurston of Armada, Mich.; born in Batavia, N. Y. ; married Lucy Ann
HouGir. He came from Batavia with his father to Armada, and finally to Al-
mont, Mich.

Child.

10,397+James Orson, b. Oct. 24, 1846; m. Eliza Officer.

10,378

Charles Parker Thurston ( Thomas William, William, Thomas), son of Rev.
Thomas William and Mary Brown (Faville) Thurston; born in Schuyler, N. Y.,
Aug. 30, 1844; married, May 24, 1866, Harriet Rebecca Dodge, born in New
Portage, O., Jan. 21, 1844, daughter of Horace Kingsbury and Lorinda M. (Wil-
lard) Dodge of Newburg, la. He is a farmer in Northwood, la. ; was in the em-
ploy of the U. S. government from November, 1862, as express messenger at St.
Louis and clerk in quartermaster's office at Pilot Knob, Mo. ; enlisted, Oct. 10, 1863,
at St. Ansgar, in the 9th Iowa cavalry; waswitlithe regiment at St. Louis and
Rolla, Mo., went to Duvall's Bluff, doing guard duty for a year on the railroad
from Duvall's Bluff to Little Rock, Ark. ; was detailed as postmaster to the regi-
ment, taken sick, went to Jefferson Barracks, then to Keokuk, la., was detailed as
baker in the Seventh street hospital, and was discharged at Davenport, la., June
21, 1865; a justice of the peace and member of the Methodist church; 1890 a
farmer and postmaster in Bentley, 1S92 hotel keeper in Mandan, North Dakota.

Children.

10.398 Frederick William, b. at Spirit Lake, la.. May 4, 1867; d. Dec; 13, 1890.

10.399 Thirza Locklin, b. at St. Ansgar, la., Dec. 16, i86q; d. Sept. 14, 1870.

10.400 Horace Dodge, b. do., July 21, 187 1.

10.401 Hattie May, b. at Northwood, la.. May i, 1873.

10.402 Edith Maria, b. do., Feb. 23, 1876.

10.403 Charles Parker, b. do., Dec. 2, 1877.

10,397

James Orson Thurston {James Gilbert, Joseph, Thomas), son of James Gilbert
and Lucy Ann (Hough) Thurston of Almont, Mich. ; born in Armada, Mich., Oct.
24, 1846; married, in Bruce, Mich., Dec. 25, 1867, Eliza Officer, born in New
York, Nov. 7, [846, daughter of Alexander and Emeline E. (Austin) Officer of Al-
mont. He is a druggist and town clerk in Almont.



646 THURSTON GENEALOGIES.



Children.

10.404 Lucy E., b. in Addison, Mich., Aug. 18, 1869.'

10.405 Mary E., b. do., Sept. 14, 187 1.

10.406 Hervey, b. in Ahnont, Mich., Jan. 20, 1877.



10,407 RouERT Thurston, married Susanna Tingey. He was captain of a
vessel belonging in England, trading with the West Indies, and died, supposed of
yellow fever, on one of the voyages. His widow married again, and her brother,
Capt. Tingey, brought the two children to this country, and himself sailed out of
Philadelphia in the East India trade, taking Robert with him, who after became a
master of a vessel. When the revolutionary war broke oui Capt. Tingey joined
the navy of this country and afterward became commodore, and was in command
of the navy yard in Washington, D. C, when it was destroyed by the British.

Children.
10,4084- Robert, m. Elizabeth Eldredge.

10,409 Susanna, b. April 22, 1S08; m. Dr. Barry of Washington, D. C, a surgeon
in the navy, and d. in service ; she d. April 12, 1842. They had:

10.410 Richard (Barry), m. ; in St. Louis, Mo.

10.411 Susanna (Barry), in St. Louis; n.m.

10,408

RoiiERT Thurston {/^o6er/), son of Robert and Susanna (Tingey) Thurston;
married Elizabelh Eldredge, born April i, 1781, daughter of Capt. Phineas El-
dredge of Philadelphia, Penn., who commanded the privateer Fair America; she
died Jan. 28, 1855.

Children,

10.412 Jane, b. Feb. 22, 1805; m. John Shankland ; she d. Sept. 3, 1884; he d.

18S5, having had Manning, Edgar, d., Elizabeth, John, d., Jane, Charles
(Shankland).

10.413 Phineas Eldredge, b. Aug. 27,1810; d. of yellow fever in Havana, Cuba,

on the brig Caroline, of which his father was master, Dec. 15, 1824, and
was buried there.
TO,4i4-[-Robert, b. Oct. 3, 1814; m^. Emma Dewees.

10,414

Robert Thurston (Robert, Robert), son of Robert and Elizabeth (Eldredge)
Thurston of Philadelphia, Penn. ; born there Oct. 3, 18 [4; married, by Rev. Mr.
Coleman of Trinity church, June 17, 1S38, Emma Dewees, adopted daughter of
Spencer and Mary Ann (Valance) Dewees of Philadelphia, where he is a gilder.

Children.

10.415 Emma, b. March 11, 1S39; d. 1842.

10.416 Spencer Dewees, b. Nov. 19, 1841; superintending engineer for Wm. P.

Clyde & Co., Philadelphia, Penn.; m., in Richmond, Va., June 13, 1872,
Jane Cray; she d. April 11, 1877, having had:

10.417 Robert Cray, b. April 18, 1873.

10.418 Spencer Cray, b. Oct. i, 1876; d. July 7, 1877.

10,419 Robert, b. Sept. 23, 1844; d. of cholera when chief engineer of the steam-
ship Montevidio, in the harbor of Rosario, Argentine Republic, S. A.,
Jan. 5, 1868, and was buried there.

1 0,420+ Phineas Eldredge, b. April 23, 184S; m. Lizzie Zimerman.

10,420

Phineas Eldredge Thurston [Robert, Robert, Robert), son of Robert and
Emma (Dewees) Thurston of Philadelphia, Penn.; born in Red Bank, N. J., April
23, 1848; married, Jan. 4, 1869, Lizzie Zimerman, born Dec. 4, 1850, daughter of
George Washington and Sophia (Sasman) Zimerman of Philadelphia. He is a
•naval engineer in government service, residing in Philadelphia.

Children.

10.421 Charles Eldredge, b. Sept. 18, 1S69.

10.422 Laura Virginia, b. March 16, 1872.

10.423 Lily May, b. Oct. 30, 1873 ; "J- Feb. 4, 1880.

10.424 Mary Ann, b. June 23, 1875.

10.425 Perry Kester, b. Dec. 20, 1876.

10.426 Lizzie, b. Aug. 20, 1878.



MISCELLANEOUS NAMES. 64/

10.427 Robert Thruston, chamberlain of the city of Bristol, Eng., reign of
Charles IL, coat of arms, stork for crest, motto, " Esse quam videre,^^ which had
been borne as far back as Queen Elizabeth. The old family seat still owned by
lineal descendants. Had a grandson. Col. John Thruston, who came to America,
and settled in Gloucester, Va., and had

10.428 Charles Mynn, a soldier, b. in Gloucester, Va., 1738, educated at William

and Mary college, studied theology in England, ord. to the Epis. church
in Gloucester, after in Clark Co., near Shenandoah river, raised a com-
pany for the rev. war, and was commissioned captain, badly wounded at
Trenton, after appointed colonel, being called the " warrior parson," sub-
sequently judge in the legislature, and in 180S removed to New Orleans,
La., and was in the battle under Jackson, d. 1812, having had:
10,429 Buckner, b. near Winchester, Va., 1763, received a classical education,
studied law, was admitted to the bar, and practiced in Frankfort, Ky.,
a man of superior talent, active in public affairs, federal judge of the
territory of Orleans 1805, same year elected to the U. S. senate for 6
years; resigned in 1S09 on account of his appointment by Pres. Madi-
son to be judge of the U. S. Cir. court of the District of Columbia,
which office he held till he d., Aug. 30, 1845. ^^^ 3 daughters, one

m. Capt. Powell, of the U. S. N. ; one m. Danbridge ; one m.

Thomas Faunt LeRoy, col. U. S. A., whose son is now judge S. Ct.
Appeals, Va. ; and one son, Charles Mynn, soldier, b. in Lexington,
Ky., Feb. 22, 1789; in U. S. military academy 1S13, and July, 1814,
com. lieut. of artillery on Governor's Island, N. Y. harbor, engaged
in erecting fortifications till the close of the war with England ; was
adjt. of his reg. 182 1, and acting adjt. gen. of the army in the Florida
war 1835-6; resigned Aug. 31, 1836, and settled on a farm in Cumber-
land, Md. ; pres. of a bank 1838; mayor 1861 ; brig.-gen. in the war of
the rebellion, and served guarding the B. & O. railroad till April, 1862,
resigned; d. in Cumberland, Md., Feb. 18, 1873.

10.430 Robert and John, lived in Gloucester, Va., and left descendants.

10.431 A daughter, m. Mallery, father of the late senator Francis Mallery of

Norfolk, Va.

10.432 A daughter, m. Whiting, a descendant of hers, had his house burned

by Gen. Butler's troops on their way to the battle of Big Bethel, i86r.

10.433 A daughter, m. Thornton, and was the mother of Lieut. -Col. John

Thurston (Thornton), who served in the 3d C. S. A. cavalry, killed at So.
Mountain, Md., and James (Thornton), judge of the S. Ct. of Cal.

10.434 Frances, m. Col. William Hubard of Charlotte, Va., member of ist Va.

leg. 1776, col. of reg. at battle of Guilford. They had (i) Pagy (Hu-
bard), d. single. (2) Margaret (Hubard), m. Mr. Burwell, and had Wil-
liam (Burwell). a teacher. (3) James Thurston (Hubard), a physician in
Buckingham, Va. ; m. Susanna Wilcox, and had [a) William (Hubard),
d. young; (b) Louisa (Hubard), d. aged about 20; [c] Edmund W. (Hu-
bard), b. 1806, a farmer in Saratoga, Va., M. C. 1840-46, m. Sarah W.
Eppes of Milbrook, Va., he d. 1873, having had John E. (Hubard), an
eminent physician of Buckingham, b. 1807, d. Feb. 14, 1892, m. Lucy
Mosely, 2 chil. ; Susan W. (Hubard), an authoress of merit, m. John
Crew of Baltimore, Md., she d. 1887, no chil.; E. W. (Hubard), b. 1850,
an attorney in Buckingham, been state senator, an able and accomplished
speaker; Willie Jones (Hubard), b 1S52, a lawyer and clerk of courts in
Buckingham Co., n.m. ; Martha (Hubard), d. y. ; {d) Robert Thurston
(Hubard), b. 1808, studied law, but practiced farming, and excelled in the-
ory and practice of it, a man of culture and wealth, m., Apr. 16, 1834, Su-
san Pocahontas Boiling, b. Mar. 28, 1815, da. of Lenseas Boiling, 5th in
descent from the Indian princess Pocahontas, she d. Nov. 17, 1849, he d.
Sept. 19, 1871, having had (i) James L. (Hubard), b. Feb. 27, 1836, lieut.-
col. C. S. A., lawyer and farmer in Nelson Co., Va., m. Isaetta Carter
Randolph, g-da. of Gov. Thomas M. Randolph, 10 chil.; (2) William Boil-
ing (Hubard), b. Dec. 29, 1837, a farmer in Nelson Co., m. Lila Carington
Calloway, he d. Dec. 17, 1884, 5 chil.; (3) Robert Thruston (Hubard), b. •
March 9, 1839, a lawyer in Farmville, Va., capt. of cavalry C. S. A., twice
wounded, m., Oct. 27, 1870, Sallie Edmunds, 4 sons, 2 das.; (4) Edmund
Wilcox (Hubard), b. Feb. 27, 1841, minister in the Epis. church in Salem,
Va., served in the confederate cavalry, twice wounded, m. Julia Taylor, 3
chil.; (5) Louisa (Hubard), b. May i, 1845, m. Dr. Lewis C. Randolph,



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THURSTON GENHALOGIES.

g-son of Gov. Thomas M. Randolph, he d., 7 chil. ; (6) Boiling (Hubard),
b. Oct. 2S, 1847, artist, m. Felicia Chapman, da. of Gov. Chapman of Al-
abama, she d. Jan.. he d. Oct. 3, 18S5, having had Felicia (Hubard), at
school in Paris, France, 1892; (7) Philip A. (Hubard), b. Oct. 13, 1849, a
farmer, m. May Wilson, no chil.



10.437 Emanuel Jones Thruston of Millwood, Va. ; married Catharine
Pendleton Cooke, and had :

10.438 John Mynn, b. Jan. 11, iS25; is a farmer in Gloucester Co., Va. ; m., Oct.

9, 1850, Mary Ann Virginia Robins, b. July 5, 1829, da. of Thomas Cole-
man [of the Glebe] and Amelia (Armistead) Robins ; he d. March 29,
1883. They have:

10.439 Amelia, b. Aug. 29, 1856.

10.440 William Pendleton, b. Sept. 17, 1S60.

10.441 Mary Washington, b. Feb. 22, 1S64; m.. May ;!7, 1891, George Frank-

lin Hosley, a merchant in Cappahosic, Va.
10,44: Ellen Coleman, b. May 22, 1S71.



10,443 Armistad Thurston of Virginia; had a sister who married Brown ;

Armistad had Lemuel, m. in Richmond, Va., went to Huntsville, Ala., thence to
Little Rock, Ark., where he died; Armistad, m. in Goochland Co., Va., went to
Newmarket, 17 miles north of Huntsville, where he died 1842 or 1843, leaving
William S., who went to Richmond, Va., 1858; John; Daniel.



10,444 AzvRiAH Thurston, brother of James, a ship master of Northampton
county, Va., lost at sea. Hahad([) James B., in Matthews county, Va., m. and
had Jamas P., a ship master, thinks his grandfather and brother came from Maine;
William B., a bookkeeper in Baltimore, Md. ; Charles E., a seaman ; Azariah E.,
aseamiu; Melvin T. (2) William H., lived in New York. (3) Edgar, d. (4)
Sarah E., lived in Matthews Co., Va.



10,445 James Thurston, married in Northampton county, Va., had two children,
all dead.



10.446 William Thurston, son of Thomas, born near Clear Spring, Md., Feb.
2, 1823; married, March 25, 1850, Jennie B.artleson, born in Philadelphia, Penn.,
May 14, 1831, daughter of Elijah and Esther Gesner (Whitecar) Bartleson of Berke-
ley county. West Va. He was a carpenter in Hagerstown, Md., member of the
Lutheran church, died Feb. 9, 1868. She married, second, Oct. 3, 1876, Zerobabel
Mentzer.

Children.

10.447 Calvin Beesley, b. in Virginia, Jan. 5, 1851 ; a bricklayer in Hagerstown,

Md. ; m., and has :
10,448 Thomas Edward, b. Jan. 13, 1877.

10.449 I'homas Claggette, b Aug. 18,1852; m. 1872; divorced by mutual consent

1878; no children; was correspondent of the Times, Kansas City, Mo. ;
left home at 1 5, and has been in the west ever since ; learned printing ;
was editor and prop, of Platte City, Mo., Advocate (democratic) 1876-7 ;
was shot while running this paper ; killed his adversary, by shooting him
thro the heart, after he had been shot thro the head ; has been city editor
of Leavenworth, Kas., Times; since 1877 has been connected with Kan-
sas City Times, editorially, and trav. correspondent when the Missouri
legislature is not in session thro new and old Mexico, Missouri, Colorado,
Texas, Arizona, Nebraska, Kansas, Indian Territory and Iowa; Jan. i,
1S80, he shot and killed W. W. Embry, his associate in publishing a Sun-
day paper in Leavenworth ; tried and acquitted ; May 27 following he met
D. R. Anthony, editor of the Times, and fired two shots at him ; neither
took effect, but one struck John P. Douglass and another struck Lucien
Baker, a prominent lawyer who defended him on his trial for shooting his
partner; he was arraigned, pleaded guilty, and was sentenced to the
penitentiary.

10.450 Elijah Bartleson, b. July 29, 1854; d. Aug. 18, 1856.

10.451 Edward Dorsey, b. Jan. 14, 1857; a farmer near Harrisburg City, Penn.



MISCELLANEOUS NAMES. 649

10.452 Charles William, b. June 20, 1859; in shoe factory.

10.453 McClellan, b. Sept. 9, 1861 ; on a farm near Harrisburg.

10.454 Robert Joseph, b. Jan. 13, 1S64; works with a butcher.

10.455 Albert, b. March 25, 1S67.



10.456 Benjamin Thurston, b. in Berkeley Co., W. Va., went to North Bend. O.

10.457 James Thurston, bro. of Btjnj., b. in W. Va., went to Cincinnati, O., 1809,

10.458 William Thurston, brother of Benjamin and James, born in W. Va.;

Jan. 31, 1772; married Elizabeth , born April 21, 1776. He went to Ohio.

was a miller in Ueerfield, on the Little Miami river; went from Wheeling, Va., on
aflat boat 18 11, landed at Cincinnati when there were but few houses there; he
had three half-brothers who remained in Virginia; died April 10, and she died
April 21, 1843.

Children.

10.459 George Washington.

10.460 Andrew Jackson, in Dayton, O., had Edward, in Dayton.

10.461 Henry, in Crawfordsville, Ind., children live there now.
10,462-1- William Hauk, b. May 2, 1801 ; m. Delila Miller.

10.463 Rachel.

10.464 Margaret.

10.465 Sarah.

10.466 Eliza.

10,462

William Hauk Thurston ( VVUUain), son of William and Elizabeth Thurston
of Berkeley Co., W. Va. ; born there May 2, 180 1 ; married, Sept. 13, 1827, Delila
Miller, born June 28, 1S08. He was a miller in Deerfield, O., died May 21, 1873 ;
she died Sept. 8, 1875.*

Children.

10.467 William Henry Harrison, b. Aug. 4, 1S28 ; d. Nov. i, 1836.

10.468 Jacob Harner, b. in Deerfield, O., Dec. 4, 1829; a physician in Burlington,

O., grad. from the Physio-medical college at Cincinnati, O., in 18/3; m.,
Aug. 12, 1852, Rachel Ann Wolary, b. March 6, 1833, da. of Michael and
Elizabeth (Mears) Wolary of Wilmington, O. ; no children.

10.469 John Ferris, b. Nov. 6, 1831 ; a miller in Washington C. H., O. ; m., Jan.

18, 1855, Lydia A. Peters. They have:

10.470 Charles Harner, b. Sept. 6, 1855.

10.471 Emily Bell, b. May 25, 185S.

10.472 Calvin L., b. Jan. 16, 1S61.

10.473 Jodney, b. Sept. 19, 1863.

10.474 Sarah Catherine, b. Dec. 22, 1833; d. March 24, 1857.

10.475 James Henry, b. Dec. 14, d. Dec. 31, 1835.

10.476 George Washington, b. Nov. 6, 1S36; in Washington C. H., O. ; was in

the war against the rebellion in the 2d Ohio cavalry ; m., May 20, 1869,
Elizabeth Wilson; no children.

10.477 David Miller, b. March 10, 1839; chief engineer of fire dept. at Washing-

ton Court-house, O. ; m., Sept. 12, 1861, Mary Jane Deek. They have:

10.478 Clara Bell, b. Jan. 18, 1863.

10.479 William Marshall, b. Feb. 8, 1865.

10.480 Rowena, b. May 10, 1867.

10.481 Martha B., b. June 17, 186S.

10.482 Eli, b. Sept. 5, 1870.

10.483 Harry Elmer, b. Nov. 23, 1871.

10.484 Ada Bernice, b. June 7, 1874.

10.485 James Wilfred, b. Feb. 27, 1876.

10,486 Joseph Marshall, b. July 2, 1841; a physician and surgeon in Richmond,
Ind. ; grad. at the Physio-medical college at Cincinnati, O., 1S66, was ap-
pointed prof, of physiology and anatomy in the Physio-medical college at
Indianapolis, Ind., 1875, ^"^ which college he now holds the chair of phys-

♦For fuller account of their lives see Ist ed. p. 487.
42



650 THURSTON GENEALOGIES.

ioloLjy and pathology of the nervous system ; lias much more than a local
reputation as a skillful and successful surgeon ; served thro the war, go-
ing at first call ; in first battle of Bull Run; captured at battle of Chick-
amauga, and remained in southern military prisons — Libby, Danville and
Salisljury, N. C, a year and eighteen days ; did service as corporal, ser-
geant, and acting suigeon; m., Oct. 19. 1869, Ida Elliott. They have :

10.487 Eveleth Maljel, b. Dec. 13, 1S71.

10.488 Richard Elliott, b. Nov. 23, 18S1.

10,489 James Morrow, b. Oct. 8, 1844; engineer on the Mobile railroad and lives
at Martin's, Ferry, O. ; m., Dec. 13, 1S64, Susan Frances White. Have:

10.490 John Cessney, b. Nov. 3, 1865.

10.491 Ida Bell, b. June 22, 1867.

10.492 Herbert, b. March 11, 1871.

10.493 Martha Steveson, b. Oct. 8, 1846; m., Nov. 28, 1S67, Wilfred C. Brant, a

railroad engineer in Ellensburgh, Wash. ; 4 children.

10.494 Eli Hadley, b. Sept. 11, 1S48; a physician in Hagerstown, Ind. ; grad. at

Ptiysio-medical college in 1S70; m., Aug. 17, 1870, Nana Day. Have:

10.495 Helena Florence, b. in Winchester, Ind., Aug. 27, 1871.

10.496 Thomas Paine, b. in Lattas, O., July 28, 1874.

10.497 Addie May, b. in Hagerstown, Dec. 2S, 1879.

10.498 Robert Ingersoll, b. July 8, 1882.



10.499 Richard Thurston, born in Virginia, April, iSio; son of William Toli-
ver and Millie Thurston of King William county, Va. ; married, 1830, Ellen Hen-
derson, born 181 5, daughter of Jacob and Clara Henderson of Orange comity,
Va. He is a boot and shoemaker in Washington, D. C.

Children.

10.500 James H., b. 1832 ; d. in Orange county during the war.

10.501 Harriet Ann, b. 1839; d. in Washington, D. C, 1876.

10.502 Jane Elizabeth, b. 1841 ; d. in New York, 1870.

10.503 Millard Ann, b. 1843; ^- i" Washington, 1875.

10.504 Jacob Toliver, b. 1844; m., and lives in Washington; four children.

10.505 Mary Eliza, b. 1849; lives in Washington; n.m.



10.506 William Thurston, a builder in Hamstreet, Kent, Eng., and his wife
Esther Whitewick, had Mary Ann, d. ; William, Esther, Richard, Thomas,
Harriet, John, Mary Ann, Whitewick, Emily Elizabeth ; all still in England except
William below, and Whitewick, who is living in Joliet, 111.

10.507 William Thurston, son of the above, born March 31, 1819; a painter
in Syracuse, N. Y. ; married. Nov. 10, 1845, Esther Ann Carpenter, born Mar.
19, 1825. They had (i) William, b. Jan. 19, 1846; a machinist in West Albany,
N. Y ; m., July 6, 1862, Mary Elizabeth Froment, who now resides in Syracuse;
he d. June 11, 1869. They had Douglass Alexander, b. Oct. ir, 1863, a propitia-
tor and inventor of mercantile business ; a prominent mason and member of the
Episcopal church in Toronto, Canada; m., March 20, 1889, Esther Sefton, b. Aug.
28, i860, da. of Bamlet Esdras and Ann (Scale) Sefton of London, Can.; no chil-
dren. (2) Esther Ann, b. May 16, 1S48; m., Nov. 25, 1870, John C. Golding, an
awning maker in Brooklyn, N. Y., no children. (3) Mary Elizabeth, b. Oct. 10,
1850; m., Sept. 20, 1871, Walter Addison Schuyler, general storekeeper in Syracuse-



10.508 Robert Thurston, born in Yarmouth, N. S., 1812; married Varlina
Nickerson, born on Cape Island, N. S., May 4, 1S12. He was a farmer in Bar-
rington, N. S., after 1851 in So. Plymouth, Mass., and d. Oct. 23, 1857; she d. Jan.
24, 1892.

Children.

10.509 Sarah Jane, b. Nov. 26, 1836; m., 1865, David Clarke, a farmer in South

Plymouth, Mass.; she d. Oct. 5, 1866; i child.

10.510 Isabel Cameron, b. March 25, 1838; m. ist, 1863, Kimball Bartlett, a car-

penter in Plymouth, Mass., d. 1881 ; 2d, 1886, William Grantham,
blacksmith in Plymouth ; members of the Methodist church.



MISCELLANEOUS NAMES. 65 I

10.511 Hepsie, b. Aug. 2, 1841 ; m., 1S63, Alexander Vallor, a duck folder in cot-

ton mill in Chiltonville, Mass. ; six children.

10.512 Olivia, b. June, 1843; ^^-t 1S62, Joseph Ripley, enlisted in the reg.,

and was killed ; she m. 2d, 1S68, Edwin Ripley, in Lynn, Mass. ; two chil,

10.513 Joseph Pitman, b. June 22, 1S46; in life saving service, with residence

in Plymouth, Mass.; m., Jan. 7, 1868, Lucy Sampson Burgess, da. of
Vinal and Esther (Clarke) Burgess, b. in Plymouth, Oct. 17, 1843.
They have:
10,514 Joseph Alton, b. Dec. 11, 1868; a shoe cutter in Brockton, Mass.; m.,
June 30, 1891, Jennie Lyman Wright, da. of Winslow Allen and Em-
ily Bartlett (Paulding) Wright.

10.515 Levi Smith, b. June 2, 184S; a lobster fisherman in Chiltonville, Mass.; m..

May 16, 1S73, Sarah Phinney Davis, b. in Falmouth, Mass., July 24, 1851,
da. of Henry Green and Lucretia Jones (Phinney) Davis of Chiltonville;
they belong to the Methodist church ; no children.

10.516 William Henry, b. Feb. 13, 1S48; in cotton factory in Chiltonville; m.. May

29, 1879, Emma Frances Thomas, b. Feb. 9, , da. of William Russell

and Lucy Sears (Wrightington) Thomas of Plymouth. They had:
10,517 Lucy Williams, b. in Plympton, Mass., Feb. 23, i8^c; d. in Chiltonville,
May 17, 1881.



10.518 James Thurston, married Roxana Coon, and had :

10.519 Milford Ellis, b. in Potter Co., Penn., April 6, 1S59; a lumberman in Min-



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