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IV. JENNIE,9 b. March 21, 1869.
476. V. HENRY D.,9 b. July 12, 1870, resides in Chicago, III.
VI. GEORGE P.,9b. Oct. 13, 1871.

290. ORAMEL FLETCHER,^ (EHas Eaton,^ Eben-
ezer,^ William,^ Joseph,* Benjamin,^ Thomas,^ William,^) b.
in Thetford, Vt., Nov. 4, 1826, m. in Boston, Mass. Sept. 17,
1848, Maria Ann, dau. of Daniel and Huldah (Howe) War-
ner, b. Oct. 18, 1826; she d. April 18, 1861.

He resided in Dedham, and kept a furniture store. He d.
Dec. 2, 1862. Edward B. Morse administered on his estate.



I. ADELINE FRANCES,^ b. in Boston Oct. 4, 1849; d. in Ded-

ham Jan. 2, 1864.
11. HENRY C.,9 b. in Dedham, April 13, 1861, d. April 25, 1861.
in. EFFIE ANN,9 b. Sept. 25, 1858,01. Charles Spragiiej resides
at Weston, Vt.

29 I . SAMUEL FLETCHER,^ (Elias Eaton,- Ebenezer,^ ■
William,^ Joseph,* Benjamin,^ Thomas,^ William,^) b. in
Boscawen, N. H. Dec. 2, 1829, m. i*% at Boston, Mass.
Oct. 4, 1855, Harriet, dau. of Robert Barron; m. 2'^, at De-
fiance, O. Sept. 24, 1861, Ella A. Phillips. He served in
the War of the Rebellion through the 3 months' service
in Western Virginia : entered the three years' service as i^
lieut. of Co. E, 21®* Ohio Vol. Inf. ; was promoted to be
I** lieut. and commissioned, Feb. 29, 1864, captain of Co. B,
21** Ohio Inf. Served as aid and inspector on the brigade
staff of Col. W. Sirwell, and as inspector on the staff of Gen.
J. C. Starkweather. Took part in all the battles in which
the " Army of the Cumberland " was engaged ; followed Gen-
eral Sherman in the march from Atlanta to Savannah and
thence to Washington. Was mustered out of service at
Louisville, Ky. July 25, 1865, after more than four years of
service, having part in 32 battles, but escaping without
serious injury. Has been a citizen of Defiance, O. Resides
at present in Amherst, in Logan township, Buffalo co.,


I. IDA MAY,9 b. July 25, 1856, m. D. H. Turnbull, resides at

Florence, Ala.
n. LUCY BELLE,9 b. April 14, 1863, m. Adelbert G. Webster, re-
sides at Waterloo, O.
m. FRED PHILIPS,9b. May 15, 1866.
IV. SHERMAN C.,^ b. July 30, 1867.
479. V. THOMAS HERBERT,^ b. April 10, 1869.
VI. EMERSON FLETCHER,^ b. Jan. 23, 1878.


292. JONATHAN EMERSON,^ (Elias Eaton,' Eben-
ezer,*^ William,^ Joseph,"* Benjamin,'^ Thomas,^ William, i)
b. at Boscawen, N. H. Jan. 27, 1836, m. Oct. 10, 1864,
Annie Maria, dau. of William and Isabel Smith of Philadel-
phia, Pa., b. Oct. 9, 1846.

He is superintendent of the B. B. Hall Stamp and Die
Works at Kensington, Philadelphia, Pa., and resides at
, Haddonlield, N. J.

480. I. CHARLES EMERS0N,9b. July 25, 1S65.
n. ISABEL,^ b. Dec. 22, 1874.
m. LOUIS GUILD,9 b. Aug. 2, 1881.
IV. HARRIET FRANCES,9b. May 18, 1883.
V. CARRIE WINSM0RE,9 b. Jan. 5, 1886.

30 I . LORENZO DRAKE,8(Simeon Frankland,' Moses,^
William,^ Joseph,* Benjamin,^ Thomas,^ WiUiam,!) b. on
Grand Menan Island, New Brunswick June 2, 1845, m. May
13, 1865, Anna Maria Wormwood.


I. SIME0N,9 b. Oct. 19, 1866.

n. ALBERTHA,9 b. Aug. 9, 1868, d. Aug. 15, 1 87 1.
m. SARAH ALLIE,^ b. Oct. 12, 1873.
IV. FRANK,9 b. Dec. 3, 1876.

V. FLORENCE,^ b. June 28, 1879, d. July 11, 1883.

302. ALBERT FRANCIS, 8 (Simeon Frankland/
Moses,'' William,^ Joseph,* Benjamin,^ Thomas,^ WilHam,i)
b. at Grand Menan, N. B. April 12, 1847, m. Dec. 24, 1868,
Harriet Frankland, dau. of Joseph and Sarah (Frankland)
Lambert, b. at Grand Menan, N. B. May 24, 1836.

He is a carpenter. He came from New Brunswick to
Boston in 1869, and has lived in its vicinity ever since. Re-
sides in Dorchester district, Boston.

I. NELLIE CUTTER,^ b. Dec. 16, 1869.

II. FRANCIS PERIN,^ b. Oct. 20, 1S71, d. Aug. 6, 1S79.


303. WILSON,^ (Simeon Frankland,' Moses,^ William,^
Joseph,'^ Benjamin,^ Thomas,^ William, \) b. at Grand
Menan, New Brunswick, Sept. 20, 1849, m. .



ni. ALT0N.9
IV. H0YT.9

304. WEBSTER FRANCIS,^ (Simeon Frankland,-
Moses, ^ William,^ Joseph,'^ Benjamin,^ Thomas,^ William, i)
b. at Grand Menan, New Bruns. Oct. 2, 1850, m. Feb. 14,
187 1, Cecilia Cook.

I. SPENCER BAIRD,9 b. Dec. 8, 1874.



311. Dr. BENJAMIN HICKS,^ (Laban Clark,- John,^
Thomas,^ John,* Benjamin,^ Thomas,^ William, i) b. in Vicks-
burg. Miss. Oct. 10, 1838, was educated at Amherst College,
1856, made his residence in New York city, removed to
New Haven, Conn. Is a practising physician of the Homeo-
pathic school. He m. March 10, 1863, at Westport, Conn.
Sarah Jane Austin, b. at Newcastle, Me. Aug. 27, 1841.

I. BENJAMIN AUSTIN,^ b. at Joliet, 111. June 10, 1867.
II. ARTHUR SANDF0RD,9b. in New Haven, Conn. Oct. 4, 1869.

III. HAROLD CLARK,9 b. June 19, 1877.

IV. ALICE JOSEPHINE,^ b. Aug. 5, 1879.

3 I 9. ALPHA MORSE,8 (Marvin,' Joel,^ Thomas,^ John,*
Benjamin,^ Thomas,^ William, i) b. in Southbridge Dec. 27,
1834, ^^* ^^*' Feb. 2, 1859, Sarah Cunningham, b. at Hop-
kinton Feb. 18, 1835 • she d. Dec. 8, 1876. He m. 2'\ May
23, 1S82, Emma Bradford, b. in Woodstock, Conn. April
23. 1837.



I. HANNAH BEECHER,9 b. March 12, i860, m. April 2, 1879,

Reuben Fergus Herron, b. in Waterbury, Vt., Aug. 6, 1853.
He is a son of Robert Herron, a native of Scotland, and Mary
Olmstead, b. in Waterbury, Vt. Child : Albert Cheney Herron,
b. July 25, 1880.

II. MABEL,9 b. March 16, 1863, m. Jan. 26, 1882, Frank Alonzo

IVilber, son of Seth Sumner and Elizabeth Wilber, of Foxboro.
Children: (i) Alonzo Cheney Wilber, b. Sept. 22, 1882, (2)
Carrie Marguerite Wilber, b. Feb. 13, 1884.

III. CARRIE NA0MI,9 b. Jan. 6, 1867, m. July 11, 1889, Herbert

Eugene Wells. Child : Gertrude Marie Wells, b. at Newton
Highlands Dec. 28, 1895.

IV. HERMAN STANLEY," b. Aug. 13, 1870, m. at Southbridge,

June 22, 1897, Mabel Eleanor, dau. of Mr. Francis L. Chapin,
cashier of the Southbridge National Bank.

325. JAMES LORING,^ (David Bacheller,^ Joel,^
Thomas,^ John,^ Benjamin,^ Thomas,^ William/) b. at
Cleveland, O. Oct. 13, 1857, m. Feb. 2, 1888, Minnie Kath-
erine Rees, of Hebron, O. a graduate of Wellesley College
in 1886.

He won the Franklin medal in his senior year (1873) at
the Boston Latin School ; graduated at the University of
Rochester, N. Y. in 1877 ; received the Sherman Fellowship
for graduate work in Political Science ; graduated at Chicago
in Theology in 1881, and studied some time in Germany.
Received the degree of Ph. D. in 1883. Has been pastor of
Baptist churches in Newark, O. and Ypsilanti, Mich., and is
now settled in Cleveland, O.

326. Rev. DAVID BATCHELLER,8 Jr. (David Batch-
eller,' Joel,^ Thomas,^ John,* Benjamin,^ Thomas,^ William,^)
b. at San Francisco, Cal. Aug. 7, i860, m. at Elgin, 111. Sept.
13, 1883, Harriet H. Vail.

He grad. from the Univ. of Chicago in 1880, and from
the Baptist Theological Seminary of Chicago in 1883. Was
pastor at Stillman, Minn., La Crosse, and West Superior,


Wis. and is no^Y at Racine, Wis. A worthy namesake and
successor of his father in the Baptist ministry.

HATTIE BRADFORD,^ b. Sept. 21, 1S85.

327. Dr. FRANKLIN SNOW,^ (David Batcheller,^
Joel,^ Thomas,° John/ Benjamin,^ Thomas,^ William,^) b. at
Racine, Wis., May 9, 1S64, m. at Lima, O. Sept. 28, 1892,
Leila L. Day. He graduated from Denison Univ. in 1885,
and from the Chicago Coll. of Physicians and Surgeons with
the degree of M. D. in 1889. Is a practising physician in
Chicago, 111. Active in church work, interested in the king-
dom of the Great Physician.

CONSTANCE DAY,^ b. May 6, 1894.

331. CLARK ABIAL,s (John," Daniel,^ Benjamin,^
William,* Benjamin, ^ Thomas,^ William, i) b. in Yorkshire,
N. Y. April 30, 1842 ; m. Jeannette, daughter of William and
Laura (Davis) Langmade, of Yorkshire, N. Y. in August,

He is a farmer, and highly respected in the community
in which he lives. He now owns and works what is known
as the "Truman Coal Farm," his residence being just across
the street from the old homestead, in the town of Yorkshire.


I. SARAH BELLE,9 b. August 24, 1867.
n. GEORGIA AN NA,^ b. August 26, 1873.
m. FRED MAS0N.9 b. Feb. 26, 1876.
rv. MYRNA,9 b. Oct. 21, 1885.

332. WALTER WILMOT,^^ (John," Daniel,^ Benjamin,^
William,"* Benjamin,^ Thomas,^ William, i) b. in Warren Co.,
Pa. July 6, 1S44 ; m. March 10, 1875 Louise, daughter of
Henrv Strong, of Sardinia, N. Y.


He is an extensive oil operator, his field of operations
being principally Northern Pennsylvania and Western New
York. He resides at Delavan, N. Y.

MABEL STRONG,^ b. Jan. 8, 1S79.

333. FRANCIS JOHNV (John," Damel,^ Benjamin,^
William,^ Benjamin,^ Thomas,^ William, i) b. in Warren,
Penn., June 5, 1S4S, m. L3-dia Henrietta, daughter of Buel
G. and Lucy (Thornton) Smith, July 30, 1S73. His wife
died March 21, 1S96.

He lived on his father's farm until eighteen years of age,
working in the summer and attending school in the winter.
In this wa}' he prepared for college in Arcade Academy,
and entered Genesee College, now Syracuse Universitj^ in
1 868, graduating therefrom at the head of his class in 1872.
Immediately after graduation he entered upon the profession
of teaching, which he has followed ever since. In the fall
and winter of 1872-73 he had the chair of mathematics in
Ives Seminary, Ant\verp, N. Y. In March, 1873 he was
elected principal of the Dryden Union School, where he
remained until June, 1880, when he resigned to accept the
principalship of the Kingston-on-Hudson Free Academ}-.
He retained this position until June, 1890. Under his super-
vision, the Academy was entirely reorganized and strength-
ened in its courses of study, with a consequent increase in
numbers. While here, he was offered a professorship in
Syracuse University, Syracuse, N. Y., and the superintend-
enc}- of the City Schools of Olean, N. Y., both of which
offers he declined at the earnest solicitation of the Kingston
Board of Education to remain in their employ. In 1890 he
was appointed Inspector of High Schools and Academies of
the State of New York by the Regents of the University," of
the Empire State. He held this office one 3*ear, and then
resigned to accept the principalship of the State Normal and
Training School, Cortland, N. Y. This position he still
holds. Since he became principal, the school has nearly


doubled in size, a new building has been erected, and the old
building completely renovated and supplied with apparatus.

While in Dryden he studied law in connection with his
school duties, and was admitted to the bar in May, 1880.
In 1885 he travelled in Europe, visiting England and Scot-
land, and several countries on the continent. In 1888, Syra-
cuse Universit}' conferred upon him the degree of Ph. D. on
examination. In 1890-91 he was president of the Associated
Academic Principals of the State of New York. He is a
member of the State Teachers' Association, and the National
Educational Association. He is often called upon to address
Educational and other organizations. He was a member of
the General Conference of 1896 of the Methodist Episcopal
Church, being sent as a lay delegate from the Central New
York Conference.


GENEVIEVE, (adopted) b. May 9, 1885.

334. GEORGE HAMLINE,^ (John," Daniel,^ Benja-
min,^ William,^ Benjamin,^ Thomas,- William, i) b. in Ball-
town, Penn. March 7, 1850; m. Jul}^ 19, 1881 Eleanor
Robinson of Somerville, Mass.

When about four years of age, his parents moved to York-
shire, N. Y. He received such early education as the dis-
trict school afforded, and in 1865-66 he studied in Arcade
Academ}-. In 1867 he attended school at Griffith Institute
in Springfield, N. Y. In the winter of '67-'68 he taught his
first term of school in West Yorkshire, N. Y. In 1868 he
continued his studies in Griffith Institute. In the winter of
'68-'69 he taught school in the Alexander district, Farmers-
ville, N. Y. In '69 he studied in Ten Broeck Free Academy,
Franklinville, N. Y. In the winter of '69-'70 he taught
school in Yorkshire, N. Y., and in the fall of '70 continued
his studies at Franklinville. In '7i-'72 he was principal of
the Union School in Hinsdale, N. Y. In the spring of '73
he occupied the chair of mathematics in the Northern N. Y.
Conference Seminary in Antwerp, N. Y.


From October 1873 to October 1875 he was pastor of the
Ellicottville (N. Y.) Circuit, including Sugartown. During
this pastorate, a fine new church was built in Sugartown,
N. Y., and the Ellicottville Church was thoroughly remodeled
and the membership on the circuit was increased more than

In the fall of 1875 he entered Boston University School of
Theology, from which he was graduated in 1879.

In 1877 in connection with his studies in Boston University
he supplied the Church at Winchester, Mass. as pastor, and
having been unanimously chosen as their pastor, he joined
the New England Conference on probation in April, 1878,
and was admitted into full connection in the Conference in
1880. He was ordained deacon by Bishop R. S. Foster in
Lynn, Mass., April 8, 1877 ; and was ordained elder by
Bishop Jesse T. Peck in Worcester, Mass., April 10, 1881.

His appointments in the New England Conference have
been as follows: 1877-9, Winchester; 1880-2, Somerville,
Broadway; 1883-4, Marlboro; 1885-7, Chicopee Falls; 1888-
92, Cambridge, Epworth Church; 1893-4, Supernumerary
1895-7, Webster.

At Somerville during his pastorate a new church was
built at a cost of nearly $10,000.00. At Chicopee Falls a
new parsonage was erected. While at Cambridge a fine
church was erected and dedicated free from debt at a cost of
$75,000.00, which is regarded by many as the most attrac-
tive building in Cambridge. He is now pastor of the Metho-
dist Episcopal church, Webster, Mass.

I. EMILY M.,9 b. in Somerville, May 14, 1882.
n. DAVID McGREG0R,9 b. in Marlboro, Mass., Dec. 12, 1884.
m. SARAH R.,^ b. in Chicopee Falls, Mass., June 30, 1887.
IV. ELEANOR R.,^ b. in Cambridge, June 11, 1893.

335. LYMAN JOSIAH,8 (John,^ Daniel,^ Benjamin,^
William,* Benjamin,^ Thomas,^ William,^) b. in Yorkshire,
Catt. Co., N. Y., Oct. 11, i860, m. in Arcade, Wyoming



Co., X. Y., ]March 8, 1882, Florence N., daughter of
Charles and Ravilla Cagwin.

At the time of his marriage he was a druggist in the town
of Delavan. He continued in this business but a short time,
when he sold his drug store, and became a dealer in dry-
goods and groceries in the town of Delavan. He con-
tinued in this business until the spring of 1892, when he was
appointed railway mail clerk on the route from Buffalo, N. Y.
to Emporium, Pa. He has continued in this position ever
since, proving to be a most efficient and accomplished
official. Being required to take frequent examinations, he
has made such a record as to receive the highest commenda-
tion from his division superintendent.

He is quite prominent in the politics of his native county,
being a loyal supporter of the Republican party.


I. LLOYD LY.MAN,9 b. April 23, 1884.

n. CLIFFORD CARLETON,^ b. June 17, 1887.

34 I. GEORGEAUSTIN,8 (Nathaniel," Nathaniel,^
Wales," William,* Winiam,^ William,^ WilHami,) b. at Ja-
maica, Vt. March 10, 1829, m. May 12, 1857, Agnes John-
son, of Palatine Bridge, N. Y. b. July 30, 1835. He lived in
Beloit, Wis. t\venty years ; now resides at The Highands,
Macon co. North Carolina.

486. I. FRANK REED,9 b. March 19, 1858.

II. HELEN ESTEPHANA,9 b. Oct. 19, i860.

m. LAURA ATLANTA,^ b. Nov. 20, 1867, m. Sept. i, 1892,
Albert Elivin Morey, of Oak Park, 111. Child: Philip iMorey,
b. July 18, 1S94.

IV. ALICE MARLV b. Feb, 13, 1872, is a member of the class of
1897 in ]Mt. Holyoke College.

342. CHARLES ARTHUR,^ (Nathaniel," Nathaniel,^
Wales,5 WilHam,^ William,^ Winiam,^ WilHam,!) b. in
Jamaica, Vt. June 13, 1S35, "^- Oct. 21, 1862, Mary Frances


Ball, of Hoosick Falls, N. Y. He has been connected with
the Walter Wood Mowing and Reaping Machine Co. for
more than thirty years, first as bookkeeper, then advancing
higher. Is president of the First National Bank of Hoosick
Falls, N. Y.


I. ROBERT CAMPBELL,9 b. Sept, 12, 1863, d. July 15, 1864.

n. ALBERT NATHANIEL,^ b. Nov. i, 1866, d. Dec. 26, 1886.
He was a member of the class of 1888 in Rensselaer Poly-
technic Institute and of the Y. M. Christian Association there ;
an exemplary young man ; beloved by all who knew him.

343. ALBERT AUGUSTUS,^ (Natl\aniel,7 Nathaniel,^
Wales,5 Winiam,4 William,^ William,^ William,i) b. at
Townshend, Vt. Jan. 24, 1840, m. May 11, 1875, Jennie
M. Ellis, of Brattleboro, Vt., b. Nov. 20, 1852. He first
went into business in company with Mr. W. Felton, in
Brattleboro, Vt. in the book and stationery business. Mr.
Felton sold out in 1869, and the firm became Cheney and
Clapp. At length, in 1885, on account of failing health,
Mr. Cheney sold his interest, and the business is carried on
by Clapp and Jones. He d. July 15, 1888, leaving the
record of " a devoted christian, a kind and generous spirit."
The family still reside at Brattleboro.


I. WALTER HENRY,9b. March 15, 1876.
u. CHARLES NATHANIEL,^ b. Jan. 5, 1878; has been confined

to his bed 2)4 years with " Pott's disease " of the spine ; is

cheerful and patient.
HI. GEORGE ARTHUR," b. Dec. 6, 1883, d. Aug. 27, 1885.
IV. GRACE LILLIAN,9 b. March 29, 1886, d. Oct. 28, 1886.

345. WALES,8 (Samuel T. R.,^ Nathaniel,^ Wales,^
William,* William,^ Winiam,^ WilHam,!) b. at Jamaica, Vt.
Nov. II, 1835, m. Jeralda .



I. ALBERT,^ b. July 12, 1873.
11. MARY K.,9 b. Nov. 7, 1875.

III. MARTHA W.,8 b. Feb. 26, 1878.

IV. NETTIE J.,9b. March 4, 1881.

V. BERTHA L.,9 b. June 11, 1883, d. July 9, 1884.

VI. LEON W.,9b. July 19, 1886.
VII, ARTHUR,^ b. Dec. 25, 1888.

347. WHEELOCK AMOS,^ (Amos/ Nathan,^ Wales,^
William/ William/ William/ William/) b. in Athol, April
22, 1830, m. May 25, 1852, Lavinia, -dau. of Joshua and
Lavinia (Morse) Browning, of Hubbardston ; she was born
Jan. 7, 1828.

He learned the trade of printer and advanced through dili-
gent application until he is proprietor and manager of a large
Printing establishment in Worcester.


I. FLORENCE LILLA,^ b. June 30, 1856, m. Oct. 9, 1878,
Frank Pierson Kendall, of Worcester, an Insurance agent.
They have one surviving child, George Hayward Kendall, b.
April 18, 1894.

II. ALICE MARIA,9 b. July 8, 1859.

III. WILFRED LER0Y,9 b. March 20, 1872,

348. HIRAM WASHINGTON/ (Amos/ Nathan/
Wales,^ Winiam,4 William,^ Winiam,2 WiUiam,!) b. Oct. 7,
1837 ; m. in Worcester, Sept. 29, 1869, Caroline F. Marble.

He is with the firm of J. W. Bird & Co., 119 Milk st,
Boston ; res. in Cambridge.

349- NATHAN,^ (Samuel French,^ Nathan,^ Wales,^
Winiam,4William,3Winiam,2 William,!) b. in Athol Jan. 11,
1832; d. of Bright's disease March 23, 1871. He m. in
Worcester, Nov. 23, 1859, Malvina May Codman of Charles-


LIZZIE ADAMS,9 b. Oct. i, 1862.


350. GEORGE SHERMAN,8 (Samuel French,^ Na-
than,6 Wales,5 William,* William,^ William,^ William,i) b.
in Athol May 19, 1834, ™- ^^ Woodstock, Vt. Nov. 2, 1865,
Francelia Ellen, dau. of Col. Orson and Hannah (Rust)
Perkins, b. in Stockbridge, Vt. Dec. 17, 1843. After
fitting for the Profession in the Boston Music School, an
incorporated institution under charge of B. F. Baker, he
followed the occupation of Music Teacher for 20 or more
years, teaching in Amherst College, and in the Mass. Ag.
College at Amherst; in the Pub. Schools of Springfield, in
country singing schools, &c. from 1855 to 1876. Failing
health, or rather, over-work of the voice caused him to
abandon teaching in 1876 ; since which time he has been
engaged in the Piano and Organ business.

Mr. Cheney today owns the remnant (four building lots)
of a tract of about 12 acres which his father, Sam'l French
Cheney, bought when he married and settled in the village
of Athol, in 1825. The only remarkable thing about it is the
price, he paid $750 — and that land is now so solidly built
upon that it represents a value of more than $300,000.

Has been manager of the Boston agency of Estey Organ
Co. Is now connected with the A. M. McPhail Piano Co.,
Boston. Lives in Brookline.

I. GRACE PERKINS,^ b. April 2, 1867, d. Aug. 3, 1868.
n. JESSIE MAY,9 b. at Amherst, Dec. 4, 1870, m. in Boston Oct.
15, 1894, Almon Jaines Fairbanks^ son of Lorenzo Dow and
Martha Ann Fah'banks, b. at Milo, 111. April 9, 1869. Child:
Robert Dow Fairbanks, b. June 27, 1896.
m. NATHAN,^ b. at Amherst July 30, 1872.

35 I . CHARLES WARREN,^ (Samuel French,^ Nathan,^
Wales,5Wimam,4Wimam,3 Winiam,^ WilHam,!) b. in Athol
Sept. 23, 1835, m. Feb. 2, 1856, Georgianna, dau. of Ar-
temas Ward and Charlotte (Cheney) Johnson, b. in Boston
May 10, 1839.

He was a machinist. He spent a good many years in
Boston, but returned to reside in Athol, in easy retirement.


I. LIZZIE MARIA,9 born and died in 1S56.
490. 11, CHARLES WILLIE,9 b. Nov. 7, 1S57.

352. WALLACE,^ (Wales,' Nathan,^ Wales,^ William,*
William,'^ William,^ William, 1) b. in Orange, July 3, 1832;
m. in Westminster, Sept. 19, 1858, Catharine, dau. of Luke
and Catharine (Fowle) Minott. Was in business, and Post-
master, in Westminster, gaining many friends, till 1885,
when he removed to Framingham.


I. LOUIS K., b. Oct. 30, 1S59; d. Aug. 6, 1885, after a youth of

great promise.
II. FANNIE S., b. Jan. i, 1870.

360. EDWARD SHEPHERD,^ (Nathan,- Alexander,^
Wales,5 WiUiam,* William,^ WilHam,^ William,i) b. Jan. 26,
1833 5 n^- March 25, 1856, Matilda B. Cole; res. Providence,


I. EDWARD COLE,9 b. in Providence, R. I. Feb. 26, 1857.

II. WILLIAM HENRY,9b. March 14, 1865.
III. FRED SHEPHERD,9 b. Aug. 28, 1870.

JAMES MONROE,8 (Nathan,^ Wales,^ William,*
William,2William,2 William, 1) b. in Athol, m. June 12, 1842,
Mary Ann, dau. of Ashbel and Betse}' Goddard. One of the
vigorous business men of Athol. He built up a good busi-
ness in the manufacture of doors, sashes and blinds, which
he carried on until he felt that he had earned the right to
retire from active business, when he resigned it into the hands
of his son-in-law, Mr. Tyler. Has a pleasant home on the
hill above the railroad.

I. SARAH ELIZABETH,^ b. Aug. 3, 1847.
500. II. WILLIAM WALLACE,^ b. March 11, 1849.
III. JAMES WESLEY,9 b. Nov. 24, 1850.


IV. MARY BAKER,9 b. Jan. 19, 1855 ; m. May 12, 1^7 s, Arthur F.

Tyler, son of Edward and Martha T. Tyler, b. in Charlestown
in 1872.

V. FRANK WARREN,9 b. Nov. 4, 1859; d. April 29, 1881,

36 I . EDSON DANIELS,^ (Ebenezer,^ Artemas,^ Caleb,^
William,* William,^ William,2 William,i) b. in Barre Oct. 16,
1810, m. April 11, 1833, Sarah B. Shattuck, of Barre. She
d. in Worcester June 4, 1886, aged 74.

He resided in Worcester. He d. April 13, 1894.


MARYCAR0LINE,9b. in i834,m. Nov. 14, 1854, Charles B.
Eaton, b. in Philipston, residing in Athol.

362. DEXTER,^ (Ebenezer/ Artemas,^ Caleb,^ William,^
William,^ William,^ William, i) b. in Barre June 11, 1813, m.
April 27, 1842, Laura, dau. of John and Betsey (Whitney)
Bowker, b. in Petersham.

He was a carriage-maker. He d. in Athol, of heart disease,
March 9, 1874.


I. CHARLOTTE A.,^ b. Aug. 6, 1847 ; d. unmarried in Athol June
18, 1891.

II. JULIAN LER0Y,9 b. Dec. 20, 1852, d. Jan. 12, 1855.

III. LEWIS R.,9 b. 1854.

IV. CARRIE A.,9 b. July 2, 1856, d. Dec. 10, 1857.
v. JULIA A.,9 b. Nov. 16, 1859, d. Jan. 3, 1863.

363. WILLARD,8 (Ebenezer,7 Artemas,^ Caleb,^ Wil-
liam,^ William,^ William,^ William, i) b. in Barre Feb. 22,
1815, m. i^' in Boylston, April 16, 1838, a wife who d. in
Illinois, March 20, 1846. He m. 2'', in Worcester, March 4,
1850, Harriet E. Rice, b. in W. in 1811 ; she d. in W. April
12, 1888. He emigrated to Illinois soon after his first mar-
riage, but returned, bereaved, in 1846. In partnership with
his brother Ebenezer he manufactured pails at Kendall's
Mills, Me. several years, in spite of two fires. Returning to


Worcester he engracred in the buildincr and rental of dwell-
ings, in which he attained good success. He d. in W. Aug.
26, 1889.


512. I. WILLARD,9 b. Dec. 5, 1839.

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