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Mass., Francis S. Allen. Ees., Boston, Mass.

10439. Ariel Warren Mann, b. Oct. 26, 1859; d. Nov. 1, 1877, Oakland, Cal.
10440.+WUliam Theodore Mann, b. Apr. 26, 1861; m. Emma Frost.

10441. Horace Batchelder Mann, b. July 7, 1862; d. June 8, 1867, Boston,

Mass.

5535. LYDIA SAXTORD'* PARTRIDGE {Joanna 2346,
Philo 1000, David 418, David 141, Samuel 35, Ephraim 6, Thomas
1) b. Sept. 11. 1830, Medway, Mass.; m. Apr. 12, 1853, Addison
Parsons Thayer, b. May 31, 1814; d. Aug. 2, 1889. Res., Medway,
Mass.

They had three children, all born in West Medway, Mass.

10442. Addison Sanford» Thayer, b. Aug. 5, 1858; m. Oct. 8, 1891, Ida

Lawrence Greene. He graduated from Phillips Academy, Andover,
Mass., in 1877; from Harvard College in 1881; from Bowdoin
Medical School in 1886, and from Harvard Medical School in 1888.
He is now in practice as a physician in Portland, Me., also a
professor in the Medical Department of Bowdoin College and
visiting physician at the Maine General Hospital.

10443. +Clara Louisa Thayer, b. Jan. 30, 1862; m. Allan Hiller.

10444. +Sarah Emmons Thayer, b. Jan. 8, 1865; m. Sanford Cutler.

5536. MILTON HOLBROOK^ SANPORD {Sewall 2347,
Philo 1000, David 418. David 141, Samuel 35, Ephraim 6, Thomas
1) h. Aug. 29, 1813, Medway, Mass.; d. Aug. 3, 1883, Newport,
R. I.; buried in Medway, Mass.; m. (1) 1836, Anna Torrey Daven-
port of :\Ienden, Mass., who died young; m. (2) Cordelia Riddle
of Boston, Mass. Resided in N. Y. C. and Newport, R. I., where she
died.

Mr. Sanford was educated in a Military School in Middletown,
Ct., and in Andover and Bradford Academies. He was denied a
college education owing to the death of his father when he was
but seventeen years of age. necessitating his attention to the large
cotton thread mills which his father, a man of great mechanical
genius, had built up and put into very successful operation. As a
young man, and especially in his more mature years, he was physi-
cally a srand specimen of manhood, possessing great muscular
strenirth and endurance and excelling in athletic sports. Added



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to these qualities of body he possessed a spirit and a will force quite
imperial in the face of difficulties. In all matters of business he
was most self-reliant, strong in his convictions, inflexible in his
determinations, and courageous in the execution of his projects.
With such physical and mental endowments, success was certain
in whatever he undertook and it did attend him in nearly every
effort.

After a successful career at Medway he sold out and established
himself in Boston for the sale of Southern produce. After a little
he operated a mill in Canton, IMass., for the manufacture of a
strong cotton fabric much in use on Southern plantations, in which
he met with great success. Ten years later he purchased a small
mill for cotton weaving, at Southboro, Mass., which he greatly
enlarged. The village that sprang up about this mill he named
Cordaville, in honor of his wife. In this venture he was again
very successful up to the opening of the Civil War, which shut
do-sv-n his mills for a time. During this period, with characteristic
generosity, he supported the families of his operatives. With his
great foresight and business sagacity he soon had his mills adapted
to making woolen blankets, which he sold to the government in
great quantities for army use during the Civil War.

On the close of the war, having amassed a great fortune, he
sold out his business and gave the remainder of his life to diver-
sion, the care of his fortune, and particularly the breeding and
training of fine horses. He had stock farms in New Jersey and
Kentucky, but they failed to pay as his mills had done. Nothins?
daunted, he pursued the vocation as an amusement until near the
end. His love for a fine horse — a fa.st one — amounted to a passion.
His connection with the turf dates from the opening of Jerome
Park in 1866. He was the first man to .join L. W. Jerome in the
formation of the American Jockey Club. His most famous horses
were. Loadstone. LaPolka, Niagara, Madame Dudley. Preakness.
etc., which made his name famous in the racing world.

His residence for many years was in New York City, and he
had also a summer residence in Newport, R. I., but he never forgot
or neglected his native village, con.stantly contributing to its beauty
and welfare.

With this strength of character and roj^al nature he was a
most tender, generous, loving, chivalrous and ideal father, husband,
brother and friend, loved and respected by all who knew him.



THE THOMAS SANFOED FAMTLY



The author gathered the foregoing from an editorial in the
Spirit of the Times of Aug. 11, 1883, and from the sermon
preached at his obsequies by Rev. R. K. Harlow and printed in
pamphlet form.

He had one child by first marriage.

10445. Martha Franceso, d. young.

5537. EDWARDS SEWALL^ SANPORD {same descent as
5536) b. Mar. 17, 1817, Medway, Mass. ; d Sept. 9, 1882, Glenolden,
Pa.; m. Mary Downing. Resided in BrWlyn, N. Y.V?>,,0.(/l.^X1qJvLo

Mr. Sanford received his education in the district school, l""^
Pierce's Academy at Middlebury, Mass., and Day's Academy in
Wrentham, Mass., afterwards going for health to New Orleans,
and finally to Vicksburg, Miss., where he went into business, losing
all in the financial crisis of 1837. In September, 1842, he went
to New York City with only fifty dollars, to seek employment.

May 4, 1840, Alvin Adams had started what he called the
Express of Adams & Co.. between New York and Boston. The
Company was at this time (1842) a small affair and struggling
hard to make a living. Its only competitor was the Hamden
Express, the pioneer in the business, started by William F. Ham-
den in February, 1839. Applying to Mr. Dinsmore, who was in
charge of the New York office of Adams & Co., Mr. Sanford was
able to get employment only on commission on any new business
he might bring the company. Shortly he "took a mile," as it was
called, that is. a section of the city in which to collect and distribute
all the parcels that a good muscular Christian could carry. In this
work, by great industry and faithful attention to patrons, he
extended and increased the Company's business. Showing him-
self to be a man of fine executive ability, he was soon put in charge
of the Company's business in Philadelphia, which he greatly
increased, extending it to Baltimore, Pittsburg, etc. Early in his
service he became one of the co-partners in the Company. Owing
to his fine business qualities he steadily rose in position and
influence, until, at the time of his death, he was vice-president of
the Company, a position which he had held for some years. It can
be truly said that he was one of the few builders of the Adams
Express Co. of today.

Mr. Sanford was also as closely associated with another enter-
prise of as great magnitude and importance as that of the express
business, to wit, the American Telegraph Co., which he assisted in



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organizing. Four years after the formation of the Company he
was elected its President, an office which he filled with great effi-
ciency up to the time the Company was merged into the Western
Union. Not long after he became President, the War of the Rebel-
lion broke out. He was soon made Military Supervisor of Tele- Q'^t^i. -< ^J.
graphs with the rank of Colonel in the regular army. This posi- /
tion he held throughout the war. He was, in fact, a military censor
of all despatches. This work brought him into the most intimate
and confidential relations with President Lincoln and Secretary
Stanton, whose high esteem and friendship he held until their
deaths. At the close of the war, in consideration of his services
to his country, he was brevetted a Brigadier General of Volunteers.
After this to the time of his death he was called General Sanford.

On his death the resolutions passed by the bodies and organi-
zations with which he had been associated, together with the ser-
mon of Dr. R. S. Storrs and other papers, were published in a small
volume, from which the author of this work has drawn his sketch.
He was a most genial, capable and lovable man.

They had two children.

10446.+Mary Eiggs^, b. May 31, 1846; d. Apr. 19, 1903; m. Nathaniel Hatch.
10447. -f Edwards Sewall, Jr., b. Nov. 20, 1847; m. Lilless Martin.

5538. ED XA JANE" SANFORD {same descent as 5336)
b. Nov. 13, 1821, Medway, Mass. ; d. Aug. 21, 1901. Me dway, M ass. ; _ / ^^^
m. June 12, 1842, Richard Merritt LeFavor, b.^815, Salem, Mass. ; Ja^ju^^ro^!^^^
d. Nov. 23, 1846, Roxbury, Mass. They were married by Rev.



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They had two children.

10448.-fEdna Jeani LeFavor, b. 1844; d. June 22, 1901; m. Samuel Barger.
10449. -I-Caroline Thompson LeFavor, b. IS ; m. Dr. Edwin.'Daniela.

5539. GEORGE FRANCIS' SANFORD {same descent as
5536) b. in Medway, Mass. : d. 1852 ; m. Sarah E. Sanger, b. Sher-
born, Mass. Res., Sherborn, Mass. t , :.■ "• ■

They had four children. '

-^
10450.-f- Martha Francess, m. Charles Demiing.
10451.— George Sewall, m. Mrs. Emma Moulton.
. ^ 10452. Edna J^nie, m. Elbridge Leland of Natiek, Mass. Res., Natick,
Mass.
10453.— William, b. 1852; d. June 25, 1864.



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87S THE THOMAS SANFORD FAMILY

5540. HARRIET SOPHIA' HOLDEN (Bathsheba 2348,
Philo 1000, David 418, David 141. Samuel 35, Ephraim 6, Thomas
1) b. July 29, 1817; d. Dec. 31, 1850, Brooklyn, N. Y.; m. July 22,
1840, Stephen Howard Thayer, b. Jan. 10, 1810, Braintree, Mass. ;
d. Jan. 14, 1890, N. T. C.

They had three children.

10454. + Stephen Howards Thayer, b. May 24, 1842; m. Anna Thurber.

10455. +Sophia Howard Thayer, b. June 15, 1845; d. Nov. 2, 1873; m. Rev.

Howard Kingsbury.
10456. + fIorace Holden Thayer, b. Oct. 30, 1847; m. Frances Barry.

5541. WILLIAM SANFORD' EATON {Lydia 2349, Philo
1000, David 418, David 141, Samuel 35, Ephraim 6, Thomas 1) b.
May 29, 1820, Fitchburg, Mass. ; lost at sea Jan. 8, 1856 : m. July
27, 1842, Asenath Hitchcock, at Springfield, Mass.

They had four children, all born in Springfield, Mass.

10457. + Anna Asenaths Eaton, b. Nov. 20, 1844; m. Eldridge Lombard.

10458. Harvey Wniiam Eaton, b. Feb. 26, 1847; m. May 20, 1868, Cornelia.

Maria Hollister at Springfield, Mass. No children. Res., Lee,
Mass.
10459. +Walter Edward Eaton, b. Mar. 25, 1849; m. Johannah Wilkinson.

10460. Horace Holden Eaton, b. Aug. 4, 1851; d. Sept. 9, 1852.

5542. SARAH ELIZABETH' EATON {same descent as
5541) b. Jan. 13, 1824, Middleboro, Mass.; d. Mar. 4, 1900, Worces-
ter, Mass.: m. Jan. 31, 1860. Alfred W. Rose, b. Jan. 31, 1829,
Bridgewater, N. Y. Res., Worcester, Mass.

They had two children.

10461. irarion Elizabeths Rose, b. Feb. 17, 1861, Delevan, Wis. Res.,

Worcester, Mass.
10462. +Lydia Harriet Rose, b. Nov. 1, 1865; d. Oct. 16, 1894; m. Walter
Allen.

5545. ABBIE ilARIA' SANFORD {Stephen 2350, Philo
1000, David 418, David 141. Samuel 35, Ephraim 6, Thomas 1) b.
Aug. 5, 1829, Franklin, Mass.; m. Nov. 18, 1863, Natt Head, b.
May 20, 1828, Hooksett, N. H. ; d. Nov. 12, 1883. Mr. Head was
Ad.jutant-General from 1864-70, and Governor of New Hampshire
1879-81. He descended from Arthur Head, who mii|t have settled
at Isles of Shoals. N. H., previous to 1670, as he bought land in
that vear.



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They had three children, all bom in Hooksett, N. H.

10463. Annie Sanfords Head, b. June 23, 1865; unm. Res.. Brookline, Mass.

10464. Lewis Fislier Head, b. Feb. 18, 1868; d. Mar. 4, 1872.

10465. Alice Perley Head, b. Dee. 29, 1S70; d. Nov. 20, 1879.



5546. CAROLINE URSULA'* SANFORD (same descent as
5545) b. Mar. 5, 1831, Bellingham, Mass.; d. July 13, 1871, Long
Meadow, Mass.; m. (1) Sept. 19, 1855, Samuel Allen of Pegsden
Co., Bedford, Eng. ; d. Nov. 20, 1856, Lowell, Mass. : m. (2) Oct. 25,
1860, William H. Seaman, b. Sept. 14, 1854, Harford, Pa. ; d. Jan.
3, 1902, Washington, D. C.

She had one child by first and two by second marriage.

10466. Annie Caroline" Allen, b. July 16, 1856, Brownville, N. Y. ; d. July

12, 1871.

10467. Maria Louisa Seamans, b. Feb. 5, 1864, Roxbury, Mass.; d. March 1,

1898, Oakland, Gal.

10468. + Grace Elizabeth Seamans, b. Sept. 16, 1867; m. Clarence Barnes.

5547. LEWIS PHILO' SANFORD {same descent as 5545)
b. Sept. 18, 1834, Medway, Mass.: d. July 16, 1864; m. (1) Apr. 30,
1855, Matrassa Lull Moody of Lowell, Mass., d. July 27, 1856,
Lowell, Mass.; m. (2) Nov. 17, 1859, Clara S. Parker, of Carlisle,
Mass.

He had one child by first and two by second marriage, the
last two bom in Cordaville, Mass.

10469. Abbie Evelyns, b. Feb. 29, 1856; d. Apr. 10, 1856.

19470. Edmund Taft, b. Dec. 21, 1830; drowned Aug. 6, 1869. Grafton, Mass.
10471. Elizabeth Lewis, b. Oct. 17, 1863; d. Aug. 13, 1864.

5549. SARAH DANIELS'* PACKARD {Clarissa 2351, Philo
1000, David 418, David 141, Samuel 35, Ephraim 6, Thomas 1) b.
Oct. 29, 1827, Spencer, Mass.; d. Jan. 13, 1907, Madison, N. J.;
m. Aug. 15, 1850, James Cotton Holden of N. Y. C, b. Dec. 15,
1824 ; d. ag. 83 years.

They had three children. ,

I0472.+Horacei> Holden, b. May 27, 1851; d. July 20. 1897; m. (1) AbigaH
Rankin; m. (2) Anna Aikman.

10473. + Edward Packard Holden, b. June 19, 1855; d. Aug. 6, 1906; m. EUa

Webb.

10474. Mary Cotton Holden, b. May 29, 1861; d. Aug. 6, 1906, Madison, N. J.



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5550. CLARISSA SANFORD' PACKARD {same descent
as 5549) b. May 12, 1830, Spencer, Mass.; d. Aug. 6, 1906, Worces-
ter, Mass. ; m. Aug. li, 1855, at Woonsocket, R. I., Simeon Newton,
b. Sept. 10, 1816.

They had one child.
10475. + Mary Sanford» Newton, b. Oct. 36, 1865; m. Clinton Alvord.

5552. LEYI SEW ALL' PACKARD {same descent as 5549)
b. June 7, 1834, Spencer, Mass.; m. (1) at Valacia. N. Y., Apr. 15,
1858, Ann Elizabeth Travers, d. Sept. 2, 1875: m. (2) Jime 26,
1877, Marion P. Brown of Plattsburg, N. Y. Res., Pine Bluff, N. C.

He had five children by first and two by second marriage, the
last two bom in Saratoga Springs, N. Y.

10476. Catherine Traver" Packard, b. July 31, 1859, Chatham, N. Y.; d. Aug.

8. 1902, Pine Bluff, N. C; m. Feb. 20, 1892, Rev. Daniel W. Fox,
b. at Pine Blufif, N. C. No children.

10477. Clarissa Sanford Packard, b. July 13, 1861, Chatham, N. Y. ; d. Dec.

11. 1873, Saratoga Springs, N. Y.

10478. Francis Snow Packard, b. Jan. 20, 1863, Spencertown, N. Y.; m. .Tune

22, 1882, Carrie Chapman, b. Warrensburg, N. Y. Res., Washing-
ton, D. C.

10479. Simeon Newton Packard, b. May 10, 1868, Chariton, N. Y.; d. July 13,

1900, Pine Bluff, N, C.

10480. Levi Packard, b. Nov. 17, 1870, Saratoga Springs, N. Y.

10481. Elizabeth Vesta Packard, b. Apr. 30, 1878.

10482. David Sanford Packard, b. Mar. 28, 1881. (The family now lives

at Pine Bluff, N. C.

5554. DAVID SANFORD** PACKARD {same descent as
5549) b. Apr. 8, 1839, Spencer, :Mass. ; d. June 29, 1870, Madison,
N. J. ; m. Dec. 26, 1861, at Wilbraham, Mass., Ellen M. McGregor.
Res., Springfield, Mass.

They had two children.

10483. Nellie Sanfordo Packard, b. Oct. 15, 1862, Wales. Mass.; m. Dec. 2,

1885, James Augustus Webb, Jr., of Springfield, Mass, d. Apr. 6,
1887, Madison, N. J. No children. Res., Madison, N. J.

10484. Sarah Holden Packard, b. Nov. 19, 1864, Wilbraham, Mass.; d. May

8, 1890, Springfield, Mass.; unm.

5555. HARRIET NEWELL^ SANEORD {Bavid 2352, Philo
1000, David 418. David 141, Samuel 35, Ephraim 6, Thomas 1) b.
May 4, 1829. New Market, N. H. ; m. July 11, 1856, Eleazer Thomp-
son, b. Jan. 18. 1825, We.st Medway, Mass.



NINTH GENERATION



They had four children, all except Sara bom in Ogdensbur"

N. T.

10485. Anna Sanford' Thompson, b. Apr. 7, 1859.

10486. William Eleazer Thompson, b. Jan. 5, 1863: d. Apr. 9, 1864, Ogdens-

burg, N. Y.
I0487.+Sanford Eleazer Thompson, b. Feb. 13, 1867; m. SteUa Converse.
10488. Sara Adeline Thompson, b. 1873, Brooklyn, N. Y.



5559. SARAH DANIELS' SANFORD (same descent as
5355) b. Oct. 12, 1838. Medway, Mass. ; d. May 11, 1873, Auburn-
dale, Mass. ; m. Sept. 9, 1862, Rev. Calvin Cutler, b. Feb 19, 1833,
Holliston, Mass.

They had five children.

I0489.+Sanford Lyman» Cutler, b. June 27, 1863; m. Emma Thayer.

10490. Mary Helen Cutler, b. Sept. 29, 1865, New Ipswich, N. H.

10491. Alice Daniel Cutler, b. Aug. 20, 1869, New Ipswich, N. H.

10492. Harriet Mabel Cutler, b. June 2, 1871, Aubumdale, Mass.

10493. Sarah Sanford Cutler, b. Feb. 26, 1873, Aubumdale, Mass.; d. July 11,

1873, Aubumdale, Mass.

5560. MART CODMAN'' SANFORD (same descent as 5555)
b. Sept. 4, 1841, Medway, Mass.; m. Sept. 7, 1870. Rev. Richard
Winsor, M. A. K. I. H. ; b. 1838, Gosport, Eng. ; d. 1905, India.

They had five children.

10494. -f-Sarah Margarets Winsor, b. Sept. 27, 1871; d. Feb. 12, 1906; m. R«v.
Harry Hartwell.

10495. "^Addie Winsor.

10496. Richard Frederick Winsor, M.D., b. Dec. 1.5, 1876, Mahableshuar,

Bombay Presidency, India.

10497. Sanford Archibald Winsor, M.D., d. Nov. 25, 1879, Satara, India.

10498. David Wilburforce Winsor, b. July 7, 1883, Sims, India.

5562. MARTHA ELIZABETH^ SANFORD (same descent
as 5555) b. Aug. 15, 1845, Medway, Mass.; d. Jan. 28, 1902,
Auburndale, Mass. ; m. Aug. 18, 1875, Rev. Calvin Cutler, b. Feb.
19, 1833, Holliston. Mass. Res., Aubumdale, Mass.

They had two children.

10499. Martha Sanford' Cutler, b. Mar. 2, 1878, Aubumdale, Mass.; d. Sept.

4, 1879, Auburndale, Mass.

10500. Arthur Topldff Cutler, b. Oct. 27, 1880, Aubumdale, Mass.; d. Oct. 10,

1900, Auburndale, Mass.

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THE THOMAS SANFORD FAMILY



5565. DAVID' FAIEMAN {Clarissa 2355, Clarissa 1001,
David 418, David 141, Samuel 35, Ephraim 6, Thomas 1) b. May
12, 1820; d. May 5, 1882; m. Jan., 1852, Mary Bryan. He was a
bank clerk in Rochester, N. T.

They had three children.

10501. Harvey M.' Fairman, b. May 4, 1S53.
10.502. Fanny B. Fairman, b. Dec. 4. 18.55.

10503. Edward A. Fairman, b. June 7, 1858; d. May 8, 1859.

5567. ELIZA' FAIRMAN {same descent as 5565) b. Dec.
11, 182.5, m. Dec. 2, 18.50, Henrj' G. ^Mervine. Resided in Syracuse,
N. Y.

They had four children.

10504. Emily D.s Mervine, b. Oct. 8, 1851; d. Mar., 18.54.

10505. Alice Mervine, b. Dec. 14, 1853, Syracuse, N. Y.

10506. William Mervine, b. Dec. 30, 1855.

10507. Bichard F. Mervine, b. .Jan. 23, 1859.

5568. ELLEN' FAIR^MAN (same descent as 5565) b. Dec.
14, 1830 ; m. Apr., 18.54, Stockton Croshaw, d. June 3, 1883.

They had eight children.

10508. Idas Croshaw, b. May 6, 1853; m. Charles M. Needham.

10509. Nina Croshaw, b. Jan. 9, 1858.

10510. Ora Fairman Croshaw, b. Nov. 9, 1860.

10511. Edwin Titus Croshaw, b. Oct. 12, 1862.

10512. Jessie Croshaw, b. Nov., 1864.

10513. Alice Croshaw, b. Jan., 1866.

10514. Nelson Croshaw, h. Nov. 28. 1869 ; d. Apr. 17, 1870.

10515. Frank Croshaw, b. 1871.

5569. iL\RY JANE' FAIRiL\N {same descent as 5565) b.
Aug. 8, 1835; m. Aue. 15. 1859, Gilbert Hendrickson. He was a
teacher in N. Y. C.

They had five children.

10516. John F.a Hendrickson, b. July 2, 1860.

10517. Daughter, b. Sept. 9, 1864 ; d. Sept. 15, 1864.

10518. Isaac Hendrickson, b. Apr. 3, 1866.

10519. Clara .\ugusta Hendrickson, b. Feb. 21, 1870.
10.520. Julia Morse Hendrickson, b. Aug. 31, 1876.

5570. JOHN HENRY' FAIRiMAN [same descent as 5565)
b. r^Iav 18, 1339: m. Feb. 4. 1865, Caroline Brown.



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They had six children.

10521. .Lewis!> Fairman, b. July 24, 1866; d. Oct. 31, 1866.

10522. Joseph Barnes Fairman, b. Feb. 17, 1869.

10523. Frank Fairman, d. early.

10524. Mary Fairman, d. early.

10525. Daughter, b. 1878.

10526. Henry Corbin Fairman, b. Oct. 5, 1880.



5571. EMILY' MORSE (John 2356, Clarissa 1001, David
418, David 141, Samuel 35, Ephraim 6, Thomas 1) b. Dee. 23, 1824;
m. June 28, 1855, Rev. Bela Newton Seymour.

They had four children.

10527. John9 Seymour, b. Mar. 8, 1857 ; d. 1857.

10528. Alfred Sejiiiour, b. Sept. 20, 1859.

10529. Edward P. Seymour, b. Dec. 11, 1862.

10530. Mary L. Seymour, b. Mar., 1865; d. Oct. 16, 1880.

5576. GERRETT SMITH^ MORSE (same descent as 5571)
b. Sept. 15, 1839; m. June 10, 1869, Frances Benton.
They had four children.

10531. Anna Euphemia" Morse, b. Aug., 1870.

10532. Maggie Morse, b. Dec, 1873.

10533. Frances Eose Morse, b. Feb. 20, 1880.

10534. John Sanford Morse, b. Dec. 20, 1881.

5579. JANE^ SMITH (Julia 2358, Clarissa 1001, David 418,
David 141, Samuel 35, Ephraim 6. Thomas 1) b. Jan. 29, 1838:
m. June 27, 1865, Sidney Smith Webster, b. July 22, 1826.

They had four children.

10535. Julia Ellen^ Webster, b. Nov. 27, 1868.

10536. Mary Elizabeth Webster, b. Apr. 27, 1873.

10537. Charles Smith Webster, b. May 8, 1875; d. July 22, 1S76.

10538. John Thomas Webster, b. Jan. 24, 1877.

5581. ELLEN ELIZABETH" SANFORD [Richard 2365,
Elihu 1002, David 41S. David 141. Samuel 35, Ephraim 6, Thomas
1) b. Jlay 9. 1842 ■. m. Sept. 8, 1861, George M. Clarke, b. Mar. 22.
1837. Res.. Worcester, ilass.

Th(>y had three children.

10539. Alice Elizabeth^ Qark, b. July 25, 1862, Webster, Mass.; m. June 29,

1S87, Elmer A. Putnam. No children.



884 THE THOMAS SANFOBD FAMILY

10540. Richard Sanford Clark, b. Sept. 2, 1864, Oxford, Mass.; d. May II,

1866, Oxford, Mass.

10541. Bessie Clark, b. Oct. 23, 1867, Oxford, Mass. ; d. Oct. 24, 1871, Oxford,

Mass.

5582. WILLIAil ELLIOT' PEASE {Frances 2366, Elihii
1002, David 418, David 141, Samuel 35, Ephraim 6, Thomas 1) b.
Apr. 20, 1828. Albany, N. Y. ; d. Dec. 16, 1898, Worcester, Mass. ;
m. Oct. 17, 1855, Mary A. Tourtellotte, b. Apr. 22, 1831, West
Sutton, Mass.; d. Feb. 27, 1907. Mr. Pease was postmaster at
Oxford, Mass.. from 1850 to 1885 ; Town Clerk, 1857-66 ; Selectman,
1865-68 and 1876-77; Assessor, 1887-88; Justice of the Peace for
many years. In the "General Store" business from 1850 to 1886.
Removed to Worcester, Mass., in 1888.

They had five children.

10542. -I- Mary Emilys Pease, b. May 7, 1857; m. Rev. Winfield Hawkea.
10543. -I- Annie Pease, b. Aug. 22, 1858; d. May 22, 1S83; m. Charles Eddy.
10544. Elizabeth Sanford Pease, b. Sept. 25, 1860; unm. Res. Worcester,

Mass.
10545. -I- Kate Frances Pease, b. Dec. 21, 1865; m. Rev. Arthur Proffitt.

10546. Emory Sanford Pease, b. Jan. 15, 1870; unm. Res., "Worcester, Mass.

5583. EDWARD SANFORD' PEASE {same descent as
5582) b. July 11, 1830, Albany, N. Y. ; d. Apr. 29, 1902, Worcester,
Mass. ; m. Aug. 1, 1859, Theda A. Field of Oxford. Mass., b. Mar.
18, 1840.

They had three children.

10547. Ellen Franccss Pease, b. May 7, 1861.

10548. -f- Ida Elizabeth Pease, b. July 29, 1866; m. William Newton.
10549. Edward Emory Pease, b. Mar. 29, 1869; m. Dec. 18, 1905, Mary
L. Wilder of Newton, Mass. No children. Res., Worcester, Mass.

5584. ELIZABETH FRANCES" PEASE {same descent as
5582) b. Feb. 1. 1834, Albany. N. Y. ; d. June 7, 1906, Mt. Vernon,
N. Y. ; m. Oct. 22, 1855, Francis Stevens Hickoek, b. May 7, 1833,
N. Y. C; d. Mar. 19, 1869, N. Y. C.

They had four children.

10550. -r Frances CorneliaK Hickoek, b. Mar. 8, 1857; m. William Ramsdell.
10551. -I-William Pease Hickok, b. Feb. 20, 1859; m. (1) Carrie Hyatt; m.

(2) Lillias Robertson.
10552. -i-Chauncey Sanford Hickoek, b. June 7, 1863; m. Marguerite MuUin.
10553.-1- -Albert Ernest Hickoek, b. Dec. 9, 1865; m. Sarah Owen.



NINTH GENERATION



5589. GEORGE LYNDON' SANFORD {Waiiam 2370,
Ichabod 1003, David 418, David 141, Samuel 35, Ephraim 6,
Thomas 1) h. Jan. 17, 1837, Boylston, Mass.; m. Dee. 1, 1864, Ellen
A. Baylies, b. Oct. 15, 1840, Uxbridge, Mass.

Mr. Sanford was educated in the schools of his native town
and at Worcester Academy. In 1857, he entered the book and
stationery business with his father, which later was incorporated
in the name of the Sanford Putnam Co., at Worcester, Mass. Mr.
Sanford is now President of the Company. From 1890 to 1896 he
was a member of the Worcester School Board. His grandfather,
Rev. Ethan Smith, was a drummer boy in the American Army at
West Point, N. Y., at the surrender of Major Arnold in 1780.
Res., Worcester, Mass.

They had three children, bom in Worcester, ilass.

10554. +Charle3 Baylie3», b. June 21, 1866; d. June 14, 1902; m. Mabel

Rawson.
lOSoo.+WiUiam Howe, b. Mar. 4, 1868; m. L. Gertrude Stowe.

10556. Ellen B., b. May, 1873; d. May, 1873.

5590. CHARLES ETHAN' SANFORD {same descent as
5589) b. July 27, 1840, Boylston, Mass. ; m. Mar. 26, 1874, Jennie
E. Ruggles, b. Aug. 2, 1843, Worcester, Mass. d. Oct. 6, 1896,
Worcester, Mass. ; Res., Worcester, Mass.

They had two children, bom in Worcester, ilass.

10557. George Euggless, b. Aug. 12, 1S77. A chemist in the Solvay Process

Co., Syracuse, N. Y.



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