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Apr. 19, 1735. for division of his estate. The arms of the San-
fords of Rhode Island are cut in his tombstone in the burj'ing
ground at the north end of Thomas St.
They had three children.

117. Mary*, b. Dec. 19, 1714; m. July 5, 1733, Lieut. Gov. Andrew Oliver.

118. Margaret, b. .Tune 10, 1716; d. Mar. 12, 1753; m. May 16, 1734, her

fourth cousin, Gov. Thomas Hutchinson, b. Sept. 9, 1711 ; d. 1780.
He vras a historian and the last Crown Governor of the Mass. Colony.
Thev and Mrs. Hutchinson 's sister Mary, with her husband settled
in England.

119. Grisselda,^ b. June 9. 1720; d. Oct. 28, 1792, London, Eng; unm.

For Armf! of thp John Sanford family see article on Coat of Arms.

59. RESTCOME* SANFORD {Samuel 20, John 2, John 1)
b. July 27, 1704, Tiverton. R. I.: m. (1) Dec. 9, 1724, Elizabeth
Lake; m. (2) Content .

He had nine children by tirst and three by second marriage.
all bom in Tiverton, R. I.

120.+Wil!iam'', b. June 17. 172.5.

121. Restcome. b. June 18, 1727.

122. Abigail, b. Feb. 19, 1729.

123. David, b. Sept. 28, 1730.

124. Peleg, b. Jan. 24, 1733.
12-5. Marv, b. Sept. 24, 1735.

126. Samuel, b. Oct. 11. 1737.

127. Deborah, b. Dec. 23, 1739.

128. Sarah, b. Nov. 7, 1741.

129. Elizabeth, b. Feb. 18, 1748.

130. George, b. Oct. 18, 1750.

131. Ephraim. b. May 28, 1752.

60. PELEG' SANFORD {same descent as 59) b. Mar. 3,
1708, Tiverton. R. L : m. Mar. 16, 1738, Ann Dennis.

They had four children.

132. Thomas^ b. Mar. 12, 17.39.

133. John, b. Nov. 21. 1740.

134. Philip, b. Sept. 9, 1743.

135. Priscilla. b. Oct. 2, 1745.

65. JOHN* SANFORD \John 32, Samuel 3, John 1) b. Feb.
26. 1692; m. Dec. 15, 1713. Ann Weedon. Mr. Sanford wa.s made
freeman ]\Tay 6. 1740. and mentioned in grandfather John's ^dll.

They had seven children.

136. Frances!!, b. July 6, 171S.

137. Mary, b. Nov. 22. 172(1; d. Jnn. 28. 1749.
;3S. Ann, b. Nov. 17, 1722.

139. Sarah, b. Jan. 29, 1725.

140. Margaret, b. Julv 15, 1727: d. .July 31, 1729.
!41. Peleg, b. Sept. I. 1729.

It" ■'^u'h b M:t. 23. 1732: m. April 16, 1752, Restcome .Saaroni of Ports-
mouth.



JOHN SANFOBD (PIONEER)



66. WILLIAM* SANFORD (same descent as 65) b. Apr. 26,
1696 ; dropped dead in his home in Newport, Jan. 12, 1765 ; m.
July 23, 1717, Experience Bull, b. Dec. 18, 1699.

They had eleven children.



143.


Johns, b. Feb. 9, 1719.


144.


William, b. Oct. 29, 1721.


145.


Hezekiah, b. Dee. 29, 1723.


146.


Elizabeth, b. Dec. 16, 1725.


147.


Peleg, b. June 14, 1728.


14S.


Mary, b. June 2, 1730.


149.


Benjamin, b. Dec. 5, 1732.


150.


Ann, b. July 1, 1735.


151.


Peleg, b. Sept. 17. 1739.


152.


Twins, b. June 2S, 1742.



69. RICHARD* SANFORD {William 25, Samuel 3, John 1)
b. .Mar. 17, 1700: d. 1773; m. Elizabeth, dan. of John Coggeshall.
His will probated Dec. 10, 1773.

They had eight children.

153. William', b. Jan. 23, 1723; d. June 28, 1734.

154. John, b. June 25, 1727; m. Nov. 17, 1755, Elizabeth Sanford at Dart-

mouth, Mass.

155. Euth, b. Feb. 13, 172S-9; m. 1748, .James Akin.

156. Giles, b. Feb. 7, 1730.

157. Elisha, b. Nov. 14, 1732.

158. Elizabeth, b. Apr. 13, 1736.

159. Sarah, b. Apr. 10, 17.38.

160. Peleg, b. Feb. 28, 1739-40.

98. JOSEPH* SANFORD (Esbon 31, Samuel 3, John 1) b
Feb. 18, 1740 : d. Nov. :?, 1784 : m. -June 13, 1764. Marv Clarke b
1740;d. Aug. 9. 1811.

They had six children.

161. Esbon=, b. Apr. 7. 1765.

162. Peleg, b. Get. 18. 1767.

163. .Toseph. b. Oct. 25, 1772.

164. Mary Ann. b. Feb. 13, 1775.

16,5. Samuel Clarke, b. Dec. 8, 1777 ; drowned at sea.

166. Lydia, b. June 24, 1781.

120. WILLLV.M' SANFORD (Restcome 59, Samuel 20, John
2. John- 1) b. June 17. 172.5, Tiverton, R. L; m. Mary Waight.
They had six children, all bom in Tiverton, R. I.

167. .loseph", b. .Tune L5. 1746 ; m. Ruth .

168. Abigail, b. Nov. 2S. 1748.

169. Peleg, b. Oct. 23. 1751; m. Lillian Wilcox.

170. Eliphal. b. Apr. 22. 1755.

171. William, b. Sept. 27, 1757: d. Oct. 26, 1837, Madison, N. Y. [See

(ientaloqij of William Sanford. pg. ,?, Pub. 1S94.)

172. ThoMas. h. June 30. 1761.



OTHER PIONEER SANFOBDS



RICHARD SANFORD (PIONEERS

For plan of tables see "Key to "Work," page 86. These
descendants are not indexed.

1. RICHARD SANFORD, b. 1594, England; d. Swansea.
Mass. : m. Margery ■ — , d. IB-iO, in Boston.

It is evident that his wife and some of his children came with
him to Boston. Savage, in his great work, states that he was a
laborer, meaning that he had no trade. He was admitted an inhab-
itant of Boston and asked for a lot Dec. 22, 1640. (Boston Rec.
Com. Report, Vol. 2, part 1, p. .59.) He owned a house and lot
(Ihd. part 2. p. 13). He was 56 years old as shown by his oath
Jan. 6. 1650 (Ihd. Vol. 32, p. 374). On Jan. 30, 1641, was admitted
to the First Church and on Jime 2, 1641, made a freeman. He had
a son Robert (see Suffolk County Deeds, Book XI, page 22), also
a son John {see probate of his icill Apr. 24, 1677), also a son
Thomas {see Deeds. Book XI, pp. 18 and 52), also a daughter
Mary, who married Aug. 25, 1656, Edward Turner. I am quite
disposed to think he had a son James, who died in 1661. He and
his son Robert sold their property and removed to Swanzey, Mass..
in 1678.

Had at least four children.

2.+Robert=, d. Swanzev, Mass.

3. John. b. 1626: d. Feb. 10, 1677; in. Feb. 19, 1657, Sarah, widow of

Robert Potter of Warwick, R. T. John was apprenticed by his father
Richard, FeVi. 14, 1(141. to .Joseph Armitage. a tailor of Boston, for six
years. In a deposition made in 1856 he stated his age as thirty years.
He became a noted schoolmaster and scrivener. Was admitted to First
Church Boston, April 22, 1655. He was admitted Freeman Get. 11,
1670. His will was proved April 24, 1677, and named no children.
He made bequests to children of his brother Robert and to children of
his sister, IMrs. Edward Turner of Middletown, Ct., and to the "Old
South Church ' ' of which he was one of the founders. Ilia widow
Sarah 's will probated May 4, 16S6, gave her property to the same
children as di(i her husband. Mr. Sanford was a man of high Christian
character. (See Judge Sen-all's Diary, date Jan., 1766-7)

4. Mary, d. Middletown, Ct. ; m. Aug. 25, 1656, Edward Turner in Boston.

He was iu Milford, Ct., in 1651, where Thomas Sanford was living.
In 1665, he was in Middletown, Ct., where he died, April 4, 1717. They
had children as is shown by her brother .John Sanford s will.
.'5. Thomas, d. 1682-3; m. Elizabeth, dan. of Nathaniel and Mary WUliama
of Boston, Mass., b. Oct. 18, 1640, He took deed from "his f.ather
Richard of land on Court St,, .June 5, 1678. For a time he was a
merchant. As he was about to journey at sea he made his will on
Sept. 10, 1681. It was probated Aug. 7, 1683. It gave all his property
to his wife Elizabeth. He left no issue. (Mrs. Sanford married second
.lohn Clark. Left a will: proh.itfd April 7, 1692.)

2. ROBERT- SANFORD {Richard 1) d. Swanzey, Mass. ;
m. 1652. Elizabeth Skelton, dau. of Rev, Samuel Skelton, of Salem,
Mass. "Was admitted to Boston Church July 27, 1651. According
to Savage he was made a freeman May 26, 1652, He was a sur-
vevor of highways in Boston in 1658, 1669 and 1676. In 1672, he



OTHEK PIONEER SANFOBDS 1395

was agent for Rev. James Allen of Boston in the sale of a farm in
Salem, ifass. In 1H78. he and his wife Elizabeth and his father
Richard eonveyed the balance of their property on Court St..
Boston, to Richard '.s son Thomas and removed to Swanzey, Ma.s.s
He was a phinter in Swanzey, which is shown by a suit in Superior
Court, where he is spoken of as of Boston and Swanzey.
Had eight children. liorn in Boston.

6. .lohu-, b;ip. .Jan. 12, 16.53; d. Nov. 23, H).34.

7. Elizabeth, b. Dee. 5, 16.55.

8. Bethshiu], b. .Jan. 6, 16-58; m. Jan. 24, 1683, Thomas Burch of Swunse:i.

Bristol and Mendon, Mass. Had sis children bora in Swansea.

9. Sarah, b. Nov. 23, 1661.

10. Mary, b. Sept. 26, 1664.

11. Robert, b. Apr. 15, 1666-7.

12. Richard, b. Mar. 27, 1669.

13. + Thomas. b. Apr. 27, 1673.

13. THOMAS' SANFORD {Robert 2, Richard 1) b. Apr. 27.

1673, Baston, Mass.; m. (1) Christian ; m. (2) Tabitha

. Mr. Sanford must have been a bright, popular young man

since he was elected fence viewer at Swansea Mar. 28, 1693, when
only twenty years of age, and to other town offices for several years
afterwards. Was for eight years Town Clerk between 1715-1737 :
Town Treasurer, 1716-1717; Leather Sealer. 1720: Representative.
1721-22 : an Arbitrator. Feb. 14, 1744. In abont 1700, he went to
Mendon, JIas.s., where he can be traced from 1710 to 1745 by Suf-
folk deeds and Mendon Town Rec. He was elected Selecttiuin for
eleven years from 1711.

Had five children by first marriage.

Nov. 12, 1693.

5, 1720, at Mendon, David Holmos of

6, Moses Famum of Mendon.
37, Mendon: m. Nov. 12. 1730. Hnldali Wh.>elu(k
rn and died in 1731.



14.


Elizabeths b. Oct. 31, 1693;


15.


Sarah, b. Oct. 13, 1694.


16,


Bathshua. b. 1696; m. Oct.




Woodstock.


17.


Al!isnil- b. 1700; m. 1726. Mc



OTHEE PIONEER SANFORDS



WILLIAM SANDIFORD (PIONEER)

This family is not indexed.

1. WILLIAM SANDIFORD, b. 1587-8, Bristol, Eng. ; d.
Dec. 30, 1668, Barbadoes. W. I., ag. 80. {Monumental Inscription
of the British W. I., by Capt. J. H. Lawrence Archer, 1S75, p. 401.)
On Apr. 11. 1641, Mr. Sanford was made Assistant Justice ; July
26, one of the Council of Gov. Hawley. In 1638, he with Thomas
Sandiford was in list of ownevs of more than ten acres. {See First
Settlement of Island of Barbadoes; also Gen. Reg. XXXIX, 132.)

Had three children.

2.+Williaiii=, (\. .Tan., 1690-1, New Barbodoes, N. J.
3. Robe't

4 Henrv b. Wol-'l, Barbadoes; d. Sept. 7, 168.5, as;. 3.3; m. Elizabeth
-: , b. 1658; d. 1740, ag. 82.

2. CAPT. WILLIAiP SANDIFORD (William 1) d. Jan..
1690-i, New Barbadoes, N. J.; m. (2) Mar. 22, 1667, Sarah Whart-
man of Swrinam, N, J.: d. 1719. His will is dated Jan. 2. 1690.
inventory taken Mar. 23. His will was proven June 23, 1719. Mr.
Sandiford came from Barbadoes in 1668 to New Barbadoes Neck,
between the Piissaic and Hackensack Rivers, N. J., where he
received a patent from Gov. Cartarett of 10,000 acres of meadows
and 5,308 acres of upland. On July .30. Capt. Sandiford pur-
chased the Indian title to these lands. His uncle Natlianiel Kings-
land of Barbadoes took an interest in these lands. In July, 1673,
the Dutch captured this part of New Jersey and allowed ilr. Sandi-
ford to hold his lands. In Feb.. 1674. the English re-aequired by
treaty the lands that were captured in 1673. Capt. Sandiford
served in the Council in 1682 and also as ilajor in the Council
under Gov. Thomas Rudvard. On July 15, 1675, he was Com. Capt.
of the Newark Co. and "on Mar. 13, 1675, Feb. 16, 1676. Aug. 30,
1677, Sept. 12, 1679, President of the County Court of Elizabeth-
town' and Newark. On Apr. 24, 1677. he transferred the most of
these lands to Mrs. Sarah Whartman in trust for the use of his
children. On Aug. 10, 1678. Mrs. "Whartman transferred the lands
back to Mr. Sandiford, she having by her o^ti head and obstinate
will violated the conditions of the conveyance to her. On June
14, 1662. Mr. Sandiford made an assignment of a slave to his
daughter Nederaiah. who was to marry Richard Berry.

Letters were issued on his estate Sept. 1. 1692. In his will he
states that Sarah Whartman is his wife and his wish i,s to be buried
on his own plantation, without mourning, pomp of e.xpensive cere-
monies, and implored several high officials to assist his poor igno-
rant widow and five innocent children. The inventory of his estate
showed 493- 15s. 3d. including four slaves on his plantation at
New Barbadoes. N. J. Her estiite inventories 483- IBs. 2d. Her
will names all the children except Peregrine and also the three
sons of her son William, viz. : William. Michael and Peregrine.



OTHER PIONEER SANFORDS



Had six children.

5. Nedemiahs, b. 1660-4; m. (1) Jane, 1682, Richard Berry; m. (2) Thomas

Davies.

6. Katharine, b. 1668; m. Dr. Johannis van Imburgh.
7.+William, b. 1671; m. Mary Berry.

8. Peregrine, b. 1673; d. young. Not named in mother's will.

9. Grace, b. 1676; m. Bame Cosens.

10. Elizabeth, b. 1679; m. James Davies.

7. WILLIAM^ (WUliam 2, WUliam 1) b. 1671; m. Mary
Berry.

Three children.

11. William*.

12. Michael.

13. Peregrine.



OTHER PIONEER SANFORDS



NATHANIEL SANFORD (PIONEER)

NATHANIEL SAXFORD. d. 1687, Hartford; m. Susannah
She and dau. Mary were baptized in Second Church of



Hartford, June 11. 1671. and she was admitted to full communion
June 17, 1671. J[r. Sanford was received July 28, 1679. On
Nathaniel's death, widow m. John Buttolph of Wethersfield. ^Ir.
Sanford was elected Chimney Viewer on north side in Hartford
Feb. 16. 16.56. He must have been 21 years of asre and some time
in the town. He may have been a relative of Thomas, ^Vndrew,
Robert and Zachary. Jime 16, 1687, inventor;- of his estate was
taken and it was divided between widow and Mrs. Wilson liy Cmirt
order Oct. 14. 1687. {Hartford Xotes, Book 1, p. S9).
Had one child.

Mary. m. Pliineas Wilson, a merchant in Hartford.

JAMES SANFORD. d. Nov. 2, 1661. in Boston; m. 1656,
Elizabeth, dau. of Francis Smith, the cardmaker of Roxburj- and
then Boston. I somehow "suspect" he was a son of Richard. On
James' death the widow married George Hainborne, who in 1663
was sued by Paul Wilson, he claimins: that the ^v^dow was his
espoused wife.

CAPT. HENRY SANDIFORD. b. 1651-2; d. Sept. 7. 1685:
m. Nov. 23, 1674, ifary Long. He was assessed five shillings in
Charlestown. Mass, in 1674, and residence given as a "lodger at
Watkins." He was Master of the ship "Three Brothers" plving
to and from Barbadoes in 1688. As he was a "lodger" and spelled
his niime so differently leads me to believe that he was not a son
of Richard and belonged to another "tribe." quite likely of Bar-
badoes.

ROBERT SANFORD. d. Sept.. 1672. He was a merchant in
Barbadoes and was accidentally drowned in New York Harbor.
His uncle. William Sanford. took out letters on his estate Oct. 9.
1672. The uncle was probably the William of New Jersey.
{See Surrogate's Office. X. Y. C Liher 1. p. 150.)

VINCENT SANFORD was Clerk of Lancaster County. Va..
in 1652, showing plainly that a Pioneer Sanford or Sanfords had
settled there and probably prior to this time. The name often
appears in the records of Lancaster. Northumberland. Richmond,
and Westmoreland Counties, and among the best families. Jere-
miah Sanford. b. 1738, in Loudon County, buried in , was

in the War of the Revolution ; John W. A. Sanford, now living in
Montgomery. Ala., was a Colonel in the Confederate Army. There
,;re a great many Sanfords in the Southern States, nearly all of
vvhoiTi spning from the Virginia Pioneers.



OTHER I'lONEEK SANFORDS



The foregoiniz are all the Sanfords which may be called
Pioneers that I have l>eeu able to learn of after a considerable
search in vital, town and other records in the libraries of Boston.
Salem, Hartford, New Haven, etc. I find that no Sanford or S;mi-
ford settled in Ipswich. Newton, Roxbury. Watertown. Saugus
(now Lj-nn) or Salem, ^Ma.ss,, prior to 1650, as ^Ir. Sidney Perly.
the noted Antiquarian, informs ine upon a search of the printed
Vital Record.s. Nor is the name to be found in "Ancient Land-
marks of Plymouth" nor in "Pjurial Hill Epitaphs" of Plymouth.
Nor is it to be found in the printed Vital Records prior to 1650 of
Charlestown, Dedham. Hingham. Concord, Braintree. Haverhill.
Boston, Dorchester, Cambridire. Sudbury, Wenham. as James A.
Kibbee, Esq.. Genealogist of Wan^house Point. Ct.. informed me.
except MS stated in this article.



ADDENDUM

When ilr. (_'. A. Hoppin made his search in Hatfield Broad
Oak. Stanstead ilountfitchet. and other places in Essex, and Hert-
fordshire. England, for the lineage of Thomas and other Sanfords.
emigrants to America, he was then unable to find any note or
record of Ezeehiell Sanford. father of Thomas, Robert and Andrew
Sanford, emigrants to this country, after the birth of his last
child, Jonathan, in 1624. As there was no record of him at the
two places just stated, sul)sequent to 1624, he surmised that possibly
Ezeehiell might have emigrated with one of his sons. The author of
this work also surmised that po.«sii)ly he married widow Francis
Smith and came tn this country, dyin^ very snon after his arrival.
'See pg. 70.)

ilr. Hoppin on his return to England has discovered, but
after this work was in type, that Ezeehiell Sanford in or .inst prior
to 1635. moved from Stanstead ]Mountfitchet to Margaretting,
Essex County, some ten miles from Hatfield Broad Oak, and fifteen
miles from Stanstead ?iIountfitchet. He was a resident of Alargar-
etting in 1635. since his name appears in a subsidy (tax, ship
money). From this it is apparent that he did not eiuiurrate to
America, at least with his sons, and surely that he did not marrv-
\ndow Francis Smith. Further research will be made at Margar-
etting.



3niiP3e



EXPLAXATION.— The iixJex gives the names of ofl the descendanta of
Thomas Sanford, and also the names of men and maiden names of women
who married such descendants, every such man or woman taking the same
number as the descendant he or she married.

The number following a descendant's name is that party's number on
birth, and if he or she married and had a family, this number will appear
farther on in the work (consecutive order) in large, black figures, where
hi8 or her family is given.

If a descendant did not marry or did marry, withont issue, then he or
gbe can only be found in the small figures on birth.

The name following in parenthesis is the surname of the husband or
wife of that person, and is given only as to descendants.



All tifp JfampB of iifs SperrniiattlB nf StjDinaB SanforJ) ani
of life Mstt anb Motaen ti;? y ^arrif 5

(See Table of Contents for Miscellaneous Index and other Pioneer Snn fords)



Abbev

Adele,

Arthur,

Eliphalet,

Elizabeth (Goodrich),

Freeman,

Henry G.,
Abbott



Abiel,

Ahiel T.,

Adelia (Minor),

Amelia E. (Bartholomew),

Arthur S. (Hewes),

Charles,

Charles (Pease-Ives).

Chloe.

Edith (Pixley),

Edwin,

Edwin.

Eliza C. (Berry),

Elizabeth (Sweetland).

Ella (Baker),

Emily L.,

Eunice S. (Mercer),

Harriet (Sanford),

Harriet (Sanford),

Howard J.,

Howard S. (Johnson),

Israel,

Joan (Love),

Lorenzo,



2640
13898

9569
13625

9835
13899

26
9739
13752
9744
5329
5326
2168
5020
5017
9746
5015
9752
5328
5021
9745
15328
13753
5037
9743
15329
13751
340
5018
2279



Abbott

Lorenzo,

Manly C,

Maria,

Mary A. (Wright),

Mary C,

Mary E. (Lochren),

Minnie (Brown),

Remus P.,

Royal,

Sarah,

Susan A. (Strickland-
Lockwood),

Sylvester L. (Courtright-
Haight),

William,
Abel

Anna B. (Roberts),

Barbara,

Helen D. (Chattin),

Margaret H. (Weaver),

Marion,

Mary F. (Wright),

Oliver,

Oliver (Morall),

Oliver,

William H. (Pond),
Abram

Margaret,
Abrams

John H.,



2280
13754
874
5331
5332
13750
9747
5327
5022
9737

5019



10935
14753
10938
10939
14752
10936
5908
10937
14759
10934

5392

3753



THE THOMAS SANFORD FAMILY



Acker




Adkins




Addison,


12524


George.


341


George,


7847


Affleck




George F..


12528


Charles M..


12569


Harold S.,


12526


Edith,


11291


Lester H..


12527


Agan




Nettie B. (Chamberlain),


12525


Curtis H..


13250


Ackerly




Jessie A.,


13251


H. W..


699.T


Samuel.


9054


Ackley




Agnew




Burton,


9127


Alice J. (Fisher),


14205


Carrie J..


6740


Andrew,


10082


Levi,


1058


Catherine S.,


14204


Sarah.


3552


Cornelius R. (Bean),


14203


Adair




George B.,


14202


Andrew,


1356


Ahles




Anna,


3262


Gertrude,


14412


Emma,


3260


Aiken




Eobert,


3261


Edward,


4922


Ward,


3263


Fannie A.,


9620


Adams




Harriet A.,


9619




5337


Marv I..


9621


Albert A.,


10750


Stella C.


9618


Annie J.,


5900


Aikman




Au^stus.


1427


Anna,


10472


Charles H..


5906


Ainsworth




Dp.rwin,


13162


Elsie,


7070


Delia,


9749


Akely




Dorothv R.,


116S1


Bachel.


1844


Earl C",


1497S


Akers




Ebenezer,


3053


Charles W. (Frase- Hun-




Ebcnezer B. f Bulkier ),


6S54


stock),


11424


Edward B. (Irvine),


11680


Fred L. (Seavv),


6460


Elisha,


2482


John,


2851


Eliza.


4447


Lottie M..


11425


Eu-enia F..


10933


Muriel M.,


14924


E^'a.


5641


Walter E. (Draper).


6458


Frances,


5324


Walter L. (Sabin).


11423


Frank,


8849


_ William A..


6459


Florence E.,


11332


William F.,


11427


Geneva M..


13S92


Akin




Geor-e.


9472


David S.,


12137


Harriet,


9472


Harriet M..


11697


Harry,


13163


Nina,


11549


Henry,


6303


Theron,


7347


Henry J. (Marshall),


5907


William.


6910


Jane,


2284


William D..


11698


Joseph (Wakeman),


11679


Albee




Joseph C,


14976


Lucinda.


4356


Julia S.,


116S3


Rodeska.


4360


Lewis W..


14977






Lydia,
Mai Vina,


1020
1461


Albert

Annie (Roger),


9083


Margaret.

Marjorie,

Mary B. (Disbrow).

Marv E. (Abel),


13161
11684


Clementine.
Henry H..
John,


9086
9082
4598


5908


Jules,


9085


Phebe H. (Baker),


5910


William.


9084


Thomas D. (Sherwood).


11682


Albertous




Tliomas D.,


14970


Silas.


2985



Alcott




Allen




Rhoda,


802


Pollv,


1375


Alden




Ralph C.


15157


Abner,


J398


Randolph,


6936


Annie M ^Ree.ll,


.5690


Rhoda,


781


Fannie,


.^691


Rosa J.,


12936


Francis,


.■5689


Rudolph G.,


11723


Frederick,


5692


Samuel,


5546


Alderman




Sarah.


1883


Doroas,


1992


Sarah.


5285


Alexander




Timothy,


10191


Frank P.,


L-).5.37


Timothy F..


14292


Kate C,


1013.5


Walter,


10462


Katherine M..


1.55.36


Walter A..


14490


Maurice A.


15.535


Wilbur G.,


12935


Thomas,


14603


Alley




Algert




James T.,


3403


Rachel.


35S0


William S. (Chamberlain


). 7325


Allaben




Ailing




Artoinette,


397S


Birdsev,


4262


Allen




Bradley,


4260




2046


Charles H. (Goeney),


14168




Abrara,


1087


Christopher,


794


Annie C.


10466


David,


299


Arthur S.,


12143


Egben,


179S


Asa,


5367


Emilr,


1804


Catherine,


838S


George W.,


14166


Charles,


4103


Hattie E. (Clark),


14167


Charles,


8387


Job,


793


Charles C,


10337


Leon C,


13462


Charles W.,


15156


Lewis,


10058


Clavton F. (Davis),


129.33


Mary,


1801


Dudle%- G.,


11722


Marv,


1868


Edgar" S.,


789.".


Mar'v H.,


15461


Elizabeth P..


14291


Medad,


789


Esther A.,


12938


Nancy (Hall),


4263


Francis S.,


10438


Ornie,


5736


Frank,


10248


Patience,


791


Fred,


10247


Rhoda,


790


Frederick W. (Burleigh),


12930


Sarah (Blakeslee),


4261


George H.,


4194


Susannah,


792


Gregory S.,


11721


Allyn




Harriet L.,


12931


Ann,


44


Howard S.,


12142


.John (.Howe;,


47


Ichabod,


1054


Martha,


6968


Ida.


9882


Mary,


43


.Tohn E. (Loom is;,


12932


Obadiah,




.Tohn W..


14293


Obadiah (Wright),


40


Judson P.,


12934


Samuel (Andrews),


46


.fulius,


7354


Thankful.


45


Kate,


10249


Thomas,


41


Lafayette,


3249


Thomas ( Leeks i.


42


Lewis,


1379


Alma




Louise,


2787


Marv,


2674


Louise G.,


11724


Alvord'




Luman A.,


12937


Achsa,


1061


Luther,


9093


Achsa,


1064


Marguerite R.,


14491


Anna (Tibballs),


1060


Mary,


3502


Charles C.


14499


Nancy .1.,


.5556


Clinton,


10475



THE THOMAS SANFORD FAMILY



Alford




Angevine




David (Wetmore),


430


Delia,


5943


Eleanor,


14501


Frank,


5943


Elias,


1065


William,


1028


Eliphaa,
Eliphas,


1063


William,


2497


1062


Andrews




Eliphaa (Hart),


429


A. C,


9556


Elizabeth,


1055


Adelaide,


4764


Esther (Piatt),


1056


Adelbert,


15231


John (Webb),


1059


Amos,


2099


Jonathan,


144


Beekman,


7945


Lois (Ackley),


1058


Benjamin,


81


Newton,


14500


Bemie J.,


15589


Persia (Daniels),



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