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n. E. DEXTER,^ b. in Fremont, 111. in 1843; d. in Wore. July 19,

m. HARRIET E.,^ b. in 1S45 in Delavan, III.; m. in Worcester,

Jan. I, 1868, Charles H. Thovipson.

513. IV. CHARLES SUMNER.s b. in W^orcester July 21, 1856.

364. EBENEZER,8 (Ebenezer,' Artemas,^ Caleb,^ Wil-
liam,^ William,'^ William, 2 William/) b. in Barre, Oct. 15,
1818, m. i*^ May 19, 1840, Sarah R. Wilson of Barre; she
d. Sept. 6, 1846. He m. 2*^, Feb. 8, 1849, J^"^ Symonds of
Boston, who d. May 9, 1850. He m. 3'^ Nov. 3, 1850,
Charlotte Dexter, of Portland, Me. ; she d. June 7, 1893.

He resided in Oakham and Royalston, Mass., in Portland,
Me. and in Detroit, Mich. His death occurred Oct. 3, 1885.


515. I. JAMES WILS0N,9 b. Aug. 20, 1841.

II. HENRY R.,9 b. Jan. 27, 1844; d. while a student, Oct. 4, i860.

in. EBENEZER S.^ b. May 5, 1850, d. May 23, 1850.

IV. S. JEANIE,9 b. June 18, 1852, d. Oct. 23, 1857.

V. ANNIE L,« b. May 4, 1854; m. in Detroit, Mich. Oct. 19,
1876, George F. Stratton, b. in London, Eng.
Children: (i) Faye Dexter Stratton, b. Oct. 5, 1880; (2) Mal-
com G. Stratton, b. Dec. 10, 1881. Mrs. Stratton is a teacher
of Piano and Organ ; resides in Maiden.

VL M. 0LIVE,9 b. Sept. 2, 1858, d. June 20, 1861.

VII. NELLIE M.,^ b. May 10, 1863, a missionary' in Canton, China.

vni. MARY JUDSON,^ b. Sept. 15, 1866, teacher of Yoice culture
at Stanton College, Natchez, Miss.

365, LEONARD,^ (Artemas,' Artemas,^ Caleb,^ Wil-
liam,-^ William,^ William,^ William,^) b. in Barre, Nov. 27,
1821, m. June 11, 1S46, Persis Witt, dau. of Daniel and


Persis (Earl) Hemenway, b. Nov. 19, 1819; she d. in Barre,
Oct. 16, 1895.
. He resides in Worcester.

517. I. LEONARD WARREN,9 b. March 9, 1847. *

II. PERSIS ELIZA,9 b. Aug. 26, 1848, m. Nov. 4, 1868, Caleb

Williain Btirbank, son of Rev. John Burbank, of Worcester, b.
in Rutland in 1844; he is a civil engineer. Children : (i) Lottie
Burbank, b. March 28, 1871, (2) William Francis Burbank,
b. Feb. 10, 1873, (3) Albert Burbank, b. May 16, 1876, (4)
Minnie Tanner Burbank, b. Dec. 16, 1877.

m. MARY ELIZABETH,^ b. May 21, 1850, d. April 4, 1855.

IV. ELLEN S0PHIA,9 b. Sept. 12, 1853.
V. IDA ELIZABETH,^ b. Sept. 22, 1858.

366. EZRA ADAMS,8 (Artemas/ Artemas,^ Caleb,^
William/ William,^ William,^ William,i) b. in Barre, July
18, 1823, m. May 7, 1846, Ardelia B. Frye, of Royalston,
b. Nov. 16, 1823, d. in Fitchburg, Jan. 7, 1862. He was a
machinist ; resided in Fitchburg and in Worcester. He d.
Feb. 27, i860.


I. ELLEN A.,9 b. Sept. 17, 1848, is an experienced and valued

teacher in the public schools of Cambridge.

II. EDWARD FRANCIS,9 b. Oct. 28, 1850, d. March 11, 1855.

III. HENRIETTA F.,^ b. Feb. 14, 1852, m. Oct. 18, 1876, George

C. Allen, of Barre; d. Feb. 6, 1881.

IV. EMMA ELIZABETH,^ b. Feb. 17, 1856, m. in Boston, Feb. 17,

\%%$, Howard A. Allison, b. at Newcastle N. B. in 1848, son of
Henry B. and Sarah Allison. Children: (i) Henrietta Beatrice
AlHson, (2) b. in Cambridge March 14, 1886, d. Sept. 20, 1886,
(2) Harold Burbridge Allison, b. Aug. 30, 1890.

367. LOVERING ARTEMAS,8 (Artemas," Artemas,^
Caleb,5 William,^ William,^ William,^ William,i) b. at Pet-
ersham Sept. 5, 1827, m. Nov. 27, 1851, Mary Carrol Hem-
enway, of Barre, b. July 13, 1827.

He was a man of many fine qualities, active in church
and Sunday School work.


He resided at Williamsville ; d. March 29, 1879. ^^
clip the following tribute to his worth.


Another friend has passed away

To mansions of the blest ;
His pain and suffering all is o'er,

He's entered into rest.

His work on earth has been well done,

His labor here is o'er;
His " heavenly race " is now begun

Upon the "shining shore."

The church he loved has lost a light

On which it could depend ;
The Sabbath school has lost a guide,

A counsellor and friend.

God bless his broken hearted wife

And child, to him so dear ;
Though lone and sad will be their life,

For him they've naught to fear.

And while they mourn that one thus loved

Has passed away so soon.
May they with sweet submission say,

" Father thy will be done."

Farewell loved one ! no more on earth

Thy smiling face we'll meet ;
No more we'll hear thy voice in prayer,

Or songs of praise so sweet.

Thou'rt gone to join that heavenly band

In the bright realms above ;

To sing with them in that blest land,

A Saviour's dying love.

Mrs. H. a. W.


I. ELLA MARY,9 b. Sept. 27, 1857, d. Dec. 28, 1859.
II. ETTA MARIA,9 b. Jan. 11, 1861, m. Jan. 11, 1882, Fra^ik
James Sheldon of Williamsville. Children: (i) Ella Maud
Sheldon, b. March 8, 1888, (2) Edward Cheney Sheldon, b.
March 5, 1890, (3) Mary Alice Sheldon, b. Oct. 2, 1892, (4)
Grace Lovering Sheldon, b. Oct. 15, 1894.


368. ETHAN ROCKWOOD,8 (Artemas,- Artemas,^
Caleb,5 William,^ William,^ William,^ William,i) b. in Barre,
Sept. 20, 1829, m. in Barre June 28, 1852, Adeline, dau. of
Samuel and Lydia Dudley of Petersham, b. June 28, 1852.

He rem. to Worcester and learned the business of wire-
drawing. Removed later to Boston, where he carries on
an extensive general contract business in building, etc. He
resides at Chelsea.

519. I. CHARLES FRANCIS,9 b. in Worcester, June 6, 1853.

n. JENNIE ADELINE,9 b. in Boston May 28, 1857, m. in Boston
May 13, 1879, Hetiry Miner Grant, son of Clark H. and Eliza
W. Grant, b. in Stafford, Conn, in 1852. Children: (i) Mabel
Cheney Grant, b. Feb. 25, 1880, (2) Harold Clark Grant, b.
Oct. 17, 1885. Present residence, Meriden, Ct.
m. LUETTA VALENTINE,^ b. in Boston Feb. 14, 1866, m. May
26, 1892, Charles Williain Asbrand, of Chelsea. Children:
(i) Evelyn Cheney Asbrand, b. Aug. 7, 1894, (2) Karl Hopkins
Asbrand, b. Nov. 12, 1895. Residence, Cleveland, O.

380, SAMUEL JONES,8 (Ira,- Caleb,^ Caleb,^ William,*
William,^ William,^ William, i) b. Sept. 19, 1825, m. in 1850,
in Cincinnati, O., Laura S., dau. of Kalloch, and Sarah
(Frost) Ide, b. in Wrentham, Oct. 7, 1826.

Returned from Ohio to Milford after a number of years,
and d. there.

I. ERNEST H.,9 b. in Cincinnati, O., 1851, d. Nov. 5, 1853.
II. FLORENCE,^ b. in Milford, 1854, d. Aug. 13, 1856.

III. FLORA L0UISA,9 b. 1857; m. Oct. 16, 1879, Melvin N.

Dow. Reside in Hopkinton.


381. EVERETT,^ (Rufus,' Caleb,^ Caleb,^ William,*
Winiam,3 William,^ WilHam,!) b. in Milford Dec. 29, 1829,
m. i^S May, 1850, Emeline Amelia, dau. of Wm. T. and
Catharine (Allen) Rand, b. in Wendell, May 15, 1833. She
d. Aug., 1857. He m. 2'\ Oct. 19, 1861, Rebecca, dau. of
Manoah and Sarah (Chase) Ellis, b. in Waldo, Me., 1837.

A merchant in Milford.



I. An Infant, b. and d. in 1854.
II. An Infant, b. and d. in 1857.

III. A. LENA,9 b. Feb. 5, 1867, d. Dec. 3, 1872.

IV. ALICE MAUD,^b. Sept. i, 1872.

382. CORTES,^ (Rufus," Caleb/^ Caleb,^ William," Wil-
liam,3 William,^ William, i) b. Aug. 31, 1831, m. in 1853,
Sarah M. Armstrong.

He d. April 21, 1869.

383. EDWIN,« (Rufus,' Caleb,^ Caleb,-"^ William," Wil-
liam,'^ William,^ William,^) b. June 17, 1835, ^' ^t Pottsdam,
N. Y., Aug. 26, 1874, Mary J., dau. of Reuben and Susan
(Flint) Clark, b. in North Lawrence, N. Y. Oct. 23, 1849.
He resides in Milford.

384. MILTON,8 (Rufus," Caleb,^ Caleb,-5 William," Wil-
liam,3 William,2 William,^) b. Oct. 30, 1837 ; m. Nov. 27,
1864, Sally Gushing.

He d. Nov, 23, 1869.

385. ALBERT RUFUS,8 (Rufus," Caleb,'' Caleb,^ Wil-
liam" William,^ William,^ William,^) b. Feb. 17, 1847, m.
Oct. 6, 1870, Emma F. Chase.

390. EMERY MERRILL,^ (Nelson," Ebenezer,^ Eben-
ezer,5 William," William,^ William,^ William,0


39 I . XELSON,8 (Nelson," Ebenezer,^ Ebenezer,'^ Wil-
liam," William,-^ William,2 William, i).


395. MATTHEW BENJAMIN,^ (Seth," Ebenezer,«
Ebenezer,5 WilHam," William,-^ William,^ William, b. at
Carroll, N. Y.

Residence, Randolph, N. Y.


525. I. LUKE HENRY,9 b. June 27, 1864.



396. MARK EUGENE,^ (Seth,^ Ebenezer,^ Ebenezer;^
William/ William,3 William,2 William,i) b.



397. NELSON,^ (Alvin,' Elijah,^ Ebenezer,^ William,^
William,^ William,2 William, i) b. Oct. 17, 1846, m. Feb. 22,
1869, Jennie M. Dawson.

I. ALVIN,9b. Sept. 16, 1 871.
II. ALVIN,9 b. July I, 1875.

III. J0HN,9 b. Oct. 28, 1876.

IV. MARK,9 b. Oct. 28, 1878.
V. HENRY,9 b. Aug. 9, 1881.

398. JUDSON MARVIN,^ (Benjamin Franklin,' Elijah,^
Ebenezer,^ William,* William,^ William,^ William,i) b. at
Franklin, Vt. April 6, 1848, m. March 29, 187 1, Sarah L.
Green, b. Feb. 2, 1847 ; she d. July 26, 1890, Middlebury,
Vt. Is an efficient business man in Middlebury. He has
given considerable material for this work.

I. RAY MUNGER,9 b. Jan. 27, 1877.
II. BENJAMIN HYATT,9 b. July 26, 1880.
ni. RUTH,9 b. Nov. 7, 1883, d. May 14, 1891.

400. ISRAEL J AMES, 8 (Abner Thomas,' Daniel,^
Ebenezer,^ William,'^ William,^ Winiam,^ William, i) b. Feb.
14, 1823, m. April 29, i860, Mary Elizabeth Gorham.
He resides at Buffalo, N Y.


40 I . ANCEL COLE,8 (Abner Thomas/ Daniel,^ Eben-
ezer,^ William,* William,^ William, ^ William, i) b. at Frank-
lin, Vt. June 29, 1827, m. Nov. 18, 1856, at Buffalo, N. Y.
Fannie Maria Husbands. He was manager of the Western
Union Telegraph Company's office at Rochester, N. Y. from
the organization of the company until 1882, when he retired
from the business ; he still resides in Rochester.

CHILDREN, born at Rochester, n. y.

I. CARRIE FRANCES,^ b. Nov, 18, 1857, m. May 2, 1878, William
Parker Fowler, M. D.

n. EDWARD HUSBANDS,^ b. March i, d. March 4, 1861.
m. MARY LOUISE," b. Dec. 23, 1862, m. Nov. 18, 1882, George
May Elwood, at Rochester, N. Y.

George May Elwood is a gentleman who does not find an ac-
tive business life incompatible with the gratification of his literary
and scientific tastes. In the private life of his charming home,
he spends most of his leisure in his library, engaged in hard
study, his predilections being for science and history. He was
one of the early members of the Academy of Sciences, and, as
the result of some of his scientific work, was made, some years
since, a Fellow of the Royal Microscopical Society of Great
Britain, and this year was chosen as the President of the
Rochester Historical Society. He is an enthusiastic collector of
rare and curious books illustrative of the early history of the art
of printing, prints, manuscripts and book plates, being a member
of the Ex-Libris societies of Washington, London, Paris, and
Berlin, and a contributor to their journals. He has also been a
member for many years of the Lotos Club of New York City, as
well as a member of the Genesee Valley Club of Rochester and
the Citizens' Club of Syracuse. In business life, Mr. Elwood has
been always identified with banking and insurance interests.
Born in Rochester August 11, 1844, he was educated there and
at Chicago, where he lived for five years, and prepared to enter
Harvard; but, on the death of his father, in 1859, he returned to
Rochester and took a position in the Traders' Bank. He became
a member of a banking and insurance firm in 1869, from which
he retired some years later to become the General Agent and
Adjuster for the Guardian Assurance Company of London.
Prior to the retirement of that company from the United States,
Mr. Elwood received a similar appointment from the Hanover
Fire Insurance Company of New York City, which position he


has held for many years, continuing to reside in Rochester. Mr.
Elwood has an interesting pedigree. He is descended on his
paternal side from a family of English pioneers, who bought
lands and were among the earliest settlers of the Mohawk Valley,
his great grandfather, with two brothers, having taken part in
the bloody battle of Oriskany ; and also from the Bushnells and
Fitches of Connecticut. On his maternal side he is descended
from Captain John May, who commanded the ship Jafnes, and
settled in Boston in the early days of the Old Colony — 1640.
He is also descended from Christopher Wadsworth and James
Lindall, who were members of Capt. Miles Standish's Ply-
mouth Company as well as from Capt. Samuel Wadsworth, who
commanded and was killed at the famous Sudbury fight in April,
1676, and also from the AUises, Waites, Dickinsons, Stebbins,
and Sheldons, names familiar in the Colonial history of Mas-
sachusetts. Mr. Elwood is the Local Secretary of the Society
OF Colonial Wars and a member of the Colonial Order. In
1882 he married Mary Louise Cheney, who is also descended from
old Puritan and Pilgrim New England stock, a direct descendant
from Governor Bradford, John Alden and Priscilla Mullins, the
Cheneys, Holbrooks, Peabodys, Buckinghams, and allied families,
and who is a member of the Daughters of the American
Revolution, Colonial Dames and Mayflower Society,
as well as being the organizer and President of one of the first
Chapters of the Children of the American Revolution.

531. IV. GEORGE HUSBANDS,^ b. Jan. 6, 1870.

402- ALMON WATSON,8 (Abner Thomas,' Daniel,«
Ebenezer,^ William,^ William,^ William,^ William, i) b. Aug.
6, 1830, married .



403. HARLOW MILES,8 (John Holbrook,' Daniel,^
Ebenezer,5Winiam,4William,3William,2 William,!) ^jan 5,
183 1, at St. Armond, P. Q^ m. Sept. 16, 1855, Mary Kimp-
ton ; she d. April 7, 1867.
He d July 4, 1870.



I. EDSON 0RVILLE,9 b. at St. Albans, Vt. Nov. 2, 1858, d. at

Cady's Falls, Vt. Aug. 7, 1894.
II. FLORA L0DUSKY,9 b. March 27, 1862.

III. EMMA MARIA,9 b. Oct. 19, 1863, m. Frank Packard. Chil-
dren: (i) Edith Faustina Packard, (2) Florence Marian Pack-
ard. Res. Montecito, Cal.

404. ALBERT ADDISON,^ (John Holbrook," Daniel,^
Ebenezer,° William,^ William,^ William,^ William, i) b. at
Franklin, Vt. May i, 1841, m. i*S July 20, 1868, Alzina
Russell; she d. Jan. 7, 1876. He m. 2^ Mrs. Cypressa
Sampson. He resided at Westfield, Vt. until the death of
his first wife. Removed to Kansas.


533. I. MORTON STEBBINS,^ b. May 14, 1871.

II. BLANCHE FAUSTINE,9 b. March 13, 1873, m. Sept. 16,
1 896, Herbert Miner.

407. LOREN FRANCIS,^ (Luke," Daniel,^ Ebenezer,^
William,-^ William,-? William,^ William,^).


409. CLARENCE HOWARD,^ (Russell Powell,^
Daniel,^ Ebenezer,° William,'* William,^ William,^ Wil-


410. JOHN MATTHEW,^ (John," Mark,^ Ebenezer,^
WilHam,^ William,-? William,^ William, i) b. in Templeton
June 23, 1838, m. in Worcester March 13, 1866, Mary Jane
Goodnow, b. in Worcester in 1838.

He is a machinist. Resides in Moline, 111.

411. FREDERIC HENRY,8 (Amos Leander,^
Mark,6 Ebenezer,^ William,* William,? William,2 William,i)


b. in Athol Dec. 10, 1843, m. in 1876 Anna L. Knapp, b.
in Westfield.

He is a Cotton manufacturer in Athol.


HENRY FISH,'' b. Nov. 4, 1877; was accidentally drowned
at Athol Aug. 21, 1884.

414. WALTER LEE,s (Ebenezer,' Mark,^ Ebenezer,^
William,* William,'^ William, ^ William, i) b. in Greenfield,
— — Oct. 7, 1854, ^^' Oct. 15, 1879, Elizabeth Adams, dau. of
Edward Payson and Josephine (Stickney) Whitney, of
Hartford, Conn., b. April 16, 1856. He is secretary of The
Machine Tool Co. of Meriden, Conn.


I. R0WENA,9 b. July 8, 1887.

II. AMOS EDWARD,9 1 , ^ , ^ o

lb. Feb. 16, 1892.


IV. HELEN CAROLINE,^ b. Sept. 11, 1895.

420. CHARLES,^ (Silas,' John,^ William,^ William,*
Winiam,3 Wilham2 William,i) b. in Milford, May 6, 1833,
m. April 12, 1857, Joanna Bowers, of Franklin.

535. I. CHARLES ALT0N,9 b. June 19, 1859.

II. IDA M.,9 b. March 15, 1865, m. in Boston June 16, 1885,
Edward M. Diipee, son of John E. and Louisa A. Dupee of

42 I . LYMAN,8 (Silas,7 John,^ Winiam,^ William,* Wil-
liam, ^ William, 2 William, i) b. in Milford Sept. i, 1835, m.
March 17, 1856, Mary Connor.

I. N0RA,9b. 1856. II. BESSIE,9b. 1875.

440. ALMOND F.,8 (Chandler,- John,^ William,^ Wil-
liam,* William,^ William,^ William,^) b. Nov. 22, 1846, m.
June 23, 1866, Martha J. Burns.

HARRY B.,9b. Dec. 11, 1871.


44 1 . LEANDER JOHN,^ (Warren,- John,^ William,^
William,^ Winiam,3 William,2 William,!) b. May 22, 1847, m.
Nov. 23, 1867, Mary E. Waite, of Worcester, b. in 1845.
He resided at Milford ; d. May 22, 1894.

I. SARAH N.,9 b. Feb. 13, 1872.
II. WILLIAM W.,9 b. Jan. 11, 1878.
III. HERBERT L.,^ b. June 24, 1879.

445, ALLISTON G.,^ (Samuel,' John,^ William,^ Wil-
liam,* William,^ William,2 William,i) b. in Milford in i860,
m. in Boston Feb. 28, 1886, Catharine A., dau. of William
and Mary O'Brien, b. in Boston in 1866.

450. FREDERICK N.^, (Edward Peter,' Peter,^ Levi,^
William,* William,^ William,^ William, i) b. in Boston in
the year 1836, m. Dec. 7, 1876, Sarah L., dau. of Cyrus
and Rebecca Carpenter.

He is a grain commission merchant in Boston, resides at

FREDERICK GODDARD, b. April 23, 1884.

455. CHARLES EDWARD,^ (Nathaniel,- Peter,^ Levi^,
William,* William,^ William, ^ William, i) b. at Greenpoint,
N. Y. March 20, 1854, "^- J^^- 22, 1879 C*^" ^^^^ same day
as his sister Clara Jane) Lillian A., dau. of D''. J. B. and
Cornelia (Moody) Walker. Mrs. Walker is a sister of the
noble evangelist Dwight L. Moody. Mr. Cheney is the
manager of the Registry Bureau of Architectural Iron
Workers, at 35 East 20"' st. New York city, pushing on the
same interests in which his father accomplished so much.
He resides in Brooklyn, N. Y.

BESSIE WALKER,9 b. Oct. 31, 1879,

460. LEMUEL WARREN,8 (William Fitch,"^ Ephraim
Warren,^ Nathan,^ Joseph,* Josiah,^ Joseph,^ William,^) b. in


Canandaigua, N. Y. Sept. 3, 1858, m. April 29, 1883,
Liicretia May, dau. of Solomon White and Ann (Arnold)
Shepard. He has been one of the editors of the Overland
Monthly, manager of the Pacific Coast Bureau of Education,
in San Francisco, Cal. ; is now a dealer in real estate at
Berkeley, Cal. ; usually writes his name " Warren Cheney."
He went to California with his parents in 1869. Was
graduated from the University of California, as Ph. B., in
1878, and from the Hastings Law School LL. B., in 1881.
His work has been for the most part on newspapers and
magazines. In 1883 he went to the Balkan Peninsula for
the San Francisco Chronicle as correspondent. For a time
he edited the Mining and Scientific Press. Before going
abroad he owned and edited " The Calif ornian " (the monthly
magazine), which was merged in the present "Overland
Monthly." For some years past, having been unable to use
his eyes steadily, on account of weakness, has given up
literary work for the real estate business, which keeps him
out-of-doors. In 1893 he went to Chicago for the State of
California, and set up the State Educational Exhibits in the
California and Manufacturers' Buildings ; was in charge of
the exhibits for a time.


I. CHARLES HENRY,9 b. Feb. 11, 1884.
n. SHELDON WARREN,^ b. June 29, 1886.
m. MARSHALL CHIPMAN,^ b. May 31, 1888.
IV. JOHN ARNOLD,^ b. June 4, 1890.

461. Dr. WILLIAM FITCH,^ (p. WilHam Fitch,^
D''. Ephraim Warren,^ Nathan,^ Joseph,* Josiah,^ Joseph,^
William, 1) b. in Chico, California. He married July 7, 1892,
Mary St. Clair Garnet.

Is a practising physician in San Francisco, and an in-
structor in the Cooper Medical College.


WILLIAM FITCH,9 b. Sept. 4, 1894.





Ninth Generation.

470. WILLIAM,^ (William,8 William,^ Thomas,^
Thomas,^ William,* William,^ Thomas,^ William,^) b. in New
York city, July 20, 1869, m. May 31, 1893, Ida Gertrude
Beavan, b. July 22, 1873.

He is connected with the principal office of the New York
Life Insurance Company.

474, A. M0RELLE,9( Abel,8 Calvin,^ Jonathan,^ Daniel,^
Abiel,4 William,3 Thomas,^ William,i) b. Aug. 7, 1857, m.
i«*, Jan. 30, 1884, Minnie E. Tracy. She d. March 7, 1886,
and he m. 2*^, Jan. 28, 1892, E. Maud Tracy.
He resides at Jamestown, N. Y.


I. MARY ALLENE,io b. Feb. 2, 1893.
n. LUCILLE MAY," b. May 22, 1896.

476- HENRY D.,9 (Daniel Parkhurst,^ Daniel,^ Jon-
athan,<5 Daniel,^ Abiel,* William,^ Thomas,^ William,i) b. in
Aurora, 111. July 12, 1870, m. Fanny V., dau. of Robert
and Helen (Rust) Safford. He resides in Chicago, 111. Is
a lawyer, in the firm of Cheney and Evans.

479. THOMAS HERBERT,^ (Samuel Fletcher,^ Elias
Eaton, '^ Ebenezer,^ William,^ Joseph,* Benjamin,^ Thomas, ^
William, 1) b. April 10, 1869, m. June 30, 1893, Lillian Byers.

Resides at Amherst, Neb.

MILDRED,io b. June 25, 1894.

480. CHARLES EMERSON,9 (Jonathan Emerson,8
Elias Eaton, ^ Ebenezer,^ William,^ Joseph,* Benjamin,^
Thomas, 2 William, i) b. in Philadelphia, Pa. July 25, 1865,
m. 1887, Anna Cannon Wood. He resides in Philadelphia.

HENRIETTA WOOD" b. May 20, 1888.


486. FRANK REED,9 (George Austin,^ Nathaniel,^
Nathaniel,'^ Wales,^ William/ William,^ William,^ William,!)-
b. at Palatine Bridge, N. Y. March 19, 1858, m. Bertha
Carman, of Wilmette, 111.


NATHANIEL CHARLES,^" b. Aug. 18, 1890.

490. CHARLES WILLIE,^ (Charles Warren,^ Samuel
French,' Nathan,*^ Wales,^ William,^ William,^ William^
William,!) b. in Boston, Nov. 7, 1857 ; m. June 13, 1887,
Flora Adele, dau. of John J. and Georgiana Hutchinson, of
Cambridge, b. in Shelburne, N. S. March 16, 1866.

He resides in Brookline. Is the superintendent of the
Mellin's Food Establishment in Boston.

I. HAROLD WARREN,io b. June 7, 1889.
II. RUTH GEORGIANA," b. April 17, 1892.

500. WILLIAM WALLACE,^ (James Monroe,^ Na-
than,6 Wales,^ William,^ William,^ William,^ William,^) b.
in Athol March 11, 1849, "^' Nov. 21, 1876, Sadie S., dau.
of Almond and Sarah S. Streeter of Renssalaer Falls, N. Y.,
b. in 1849. Resides in Athol.

510. LEWIS [LOUIS R.],^ (Dexter, « Ebenezer,^
Artemas,6 Caleb,^ William,^ William,^ William,^ William,i)
b. in Royalston, m. in Athol, June 19, 1864, Mary A. E.
dau. of Henry and Gratia Brooks, b. in Royalston. His
residence at that time was Pomfret, Ct.
He afterward resided at Athol.

540. HENRY DEXTER,i«> b. April 25, 1870.

5 I 2. WILLARD,9 (Willard,8 Ebenezer,^ Artemas,^ Ca-
leb,5 William,* William,^ Winiam,^ William, i) b. Dec. 5,
1839, ^- i^ Shrewsbury, May 17, 1866, Nancy Maria, dau.
of Adam H. and Mehitabel (Smith) Carey, b. in S. Sept.
8, 1842. He is a real estate man in Worcester.


5 I 5. JAMES WILSON,^ (Ebenezer,^ Ebenezer,^ Arte-
mas,6 Caleb,5 William,^ William,^ William,^ William,^) b. in
Royalston, Worcester Co. Mass. Aug. 20th, 1841, m. May
27, 1868, Armilla Armanda, daughter of Linus S. and Re-
bekah J. (Jaegger) Perkins.

Moved to the state of Maine with his parents about 1850,
thence to the state of Illinois in 1855, attended the public
Schools at Shelbyville and Vandalia, Illinois and Commercial
College at Chicago, Illinois in 1858, and heard Abraham
Lincoln and Stephen A. Douglas make their celebrated
speeches of that year.

In i860 entered Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio ; enlisted
in the first Company of students, in Co. " C ". 7th Ohio In-
fantry, in April, 1861.

Was mustered out of service Mar. 22nd, 1865, having
served four years lacking a few days, when he returned and
went into business of selling general merchandise at Shelby-
ville, Illinois. Moved north on account of his wife's health
and lived in Toledo O. nearly a year ; from thence moved
to Detroit, Mich, in 1870 and has lived there ever since. Is
now engaged in manufacturing tool-handles and other spec-


I. EDWIN HENRY,io b. June 13, 1869; an Electrical Engineer,
n. LUELLA EMORY,io (adopted) b. Apr. 11, 1871.

517. LEONARD WARREN,9 (Leonard,^ Artemas,^
Artemas,6 Caleb,^ WiUiam,* William,^ William,2 William,^)
b. in Worcester, 1847, m. Jan. i, 1876, Mary Elizabeth
Rockwood, b. in 1859. ^^ resides in Worcester.


I. LILLIAN MAY,io b. Oct. 26, 1876; m. Oct. 26, 1894, Arthur
W. Mulchahey.

n. WALTER LEONARD," b. April 3, 1879.
m. ARTHUR b. Sept. 26, 1880.

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