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ham, Vt., son of Edwin J. and Ella P. (Armstrong) Thomp-
son; m. May 10, 1883, Edith Wilson, b. June 8, 1862, in
Minneapolis, Minn., dau. of Joseph Patten and Mary Panline
(Corbet) Wilson. Besides in Troy, N. Y.

CHILD IX. GENERATION.

2319. Helen, b. Dec. 29, 1885, in Troy.



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Contains correction of some names^ also items that came too
late tt) go in the book in regular form. Eefer from the num-
ber given here to the same number in the body of the work.
Full-faced numbers here indicate a family in the regular place.

264. Gains should be Gaius.

471. The children should be vii. generation instead of vi. generation.

869. Hannah Thompson, b. in Hartford, Me.; m. Sept. 12, 1831, in
Hartford, Epbraim Bryant Gammon, b. Dec. 4, 1809, in Buck-
field, Me.

871. America Bonney, d. April 19, 1885.

872. Lydia Thompson, b. Dec. 24, 1821, in Hartford, Me.; m. Dec.

5, 1847, in Hartford, by Rev. Levi Burnham, Thomas Bonney
of Sumner, Me., b. Jan. 27, 1822. He d. April 14, 1882.

873. John Thompson, m. July 4, 1848, Mahalah Jane Augusta Burn-

ham, b. Jan. 9, 1829.

875. William H. Thompson, m. Nov. 3, 1858, Cornelia E. Fuller of
Livermore.

982. Claribel, as she was latterly called, d. Feb. 6, 1891, in Pasadena.
She was the sunshine of her home; the gradual decline of
health, to her last earthly hour, was borne with saintly pa-
tience and sweet unselfishness.

1011. Harry Franklin, son of Lottie M. Buckley, b. Nov. 3, 1890, in
Glendale, Van Buren county, Mich,

1206. Emily Louise Wood, m. Thomas Briggs Crane June 13, 1854.

1207. Joseph Tinkham Wood, d. Feb. 6, 1890.

1606. Arvilla Bosworth, b. Oct. 2, 1833; d. Sept. 29, 1862.

1607. Lucy Ann Bosworth, b. Dec. 16, 1«36; m. John M. Purkis.

1608. Mary Elizabeth Bosworth, b. June 14, 1839; m. Elmer A.

Frazier.

1609. Cynthia Augusta Bosworth, b. March 25, 1849; m. Alonzo

Pomeroy.

1610. Margaret Thompson Bosworth, b. May 31, 1S51; m. John E.

Thompson (1621).

1611. Sophia Gammon, b. Feb. 9, 1832, in Hartford, Me.: d. Feb. 20,

1832.

1612. Julia Sarepta Gammon, b. April 25, 1833, in Hartford; m. June

1, 1856, in Abington, Mass., Samuel G. Curtis. Has two chil-
dren: Marietta Weston and Maria Eugenie. Julia d. May 21,
1867, in Abington.



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232 THOMPSON GENEALOGY.

1618. Edee Malory Gammon, b. Feb. 27, 1835, in Hartford; m. July
12, 1853, in Broomfield, Me., Edward Farnsworth Blake
(deceased). Has two children: Alice Aphia and Grace
Fiorence.

1614. Kendall Tolman Gammon, b. July 80, 1838, in Hartford; d.

Nov. 17, 1864, in Salisbury, North Carolina.

1615. Horatio Hackett Gammon, b. Oct. 10, 1840. in Hartford; m.

(I) 1863, in Blast Abington, Mass., Julia F. Bonney. Had one
child: Myrtle Belle; m. (2) Clara E. Denning.

1616. Ephraim Adron Gammon, b. June 29, 1844, in Hartford; m.

Oct. 0, 1866, in Mechanic Falls, Me. Eisada Lamont Thayer
(deceased). Had one child : Harry La Harpe.

1617. Nathaniel Gammon, b. Nov. 25, 1846, in Hartford; m. Dec. 21,

1867, in Harribon, Me., Ellen F. Tibbits. Has four children:
Arthur Kendall, Maude Gertrude, Guy Norman, and Plalph
Nathaniel.

1618. Cleora Celinda Gammon, b. Nov. 2, 1848, in Hartford; d. Feb.

12, 1869, in Poland, Me.

1619. Hannah Gammon, b. June 28, 1851, in Hartford; m. July 31,

1875, in Lisbon, Me., Oliver Conant Bridge. Has two chil-
dren: Edward Warren and Charlotte Mabel.

1622. America Delmar Bonney, b. July 7, 1847; d. April 7, 1850.

1623. Clara Hortense Bonney, b. Oct. 17, 1849; m. Feb. 20, 1882,

Koscoe E. Bradbury.

1624. Kosalihe Joanna Bonney, b. Oct. 13, 1852; m. May 20, 1883,

George W. Scribner.

1625. Benjamin Harris Bjnney, b. July 21, 1855; m. Oct. 10, 1882,

Lizzie A. Kowe.

1626. Lumira Thompson Bonney, b. August 18, 1857; unmarried.

1627. Anna K. Bonney, b. August 17, 1849; d. June 7, 1877.

1628. John T. Bonney, b. Nov. 21, 1853; d. March 22, 1859.

1629. Henry W. Bonney, b. May 27, 1856; d, March 8, 1859.

1630. John H. Bonney, b. Sept. 22, 1860; ra. Dec. 17, 1890. at East

Sumner, by Kev. S. D. Ktchardson, Jennie H. Keene of Sum-
ner, b. Nov. 16, 1865.

1631. Thomas W. Bonney, b. Oct. 14, 1865.

• 1632. Sarah Jane Thompson, b. Nov. 1, 1851, in Hartford, Me.; d.
March 15, 1876; unmarried.

1633. Dora Margrett Thompson, b. Oct 13, 1856; m. Ellian E. Fuller.

1634. Hattie Geneva Thompson, b. Oct. 13, 1859; m. Kufus H. Potter.

1635. Grace Ermena Cleora Thompson, b. June 17, 1874, in Hartford,

Me.

1636. Cornelia Estelie Thompson, b. Oct. 28, 1865.

1637. Charles G. Thompson, b. Sept. 26, 1870.
1905. Mary Louise Crane, b. March 11, 1855.



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APPENDIX.



THE FAMILY OF -FRANCIS COOKE OF THE MAYFLOWER.



FIRST GENERATION.



Francis Cookb of Plymouth, Mass., came in the Mayflower
in 1620; m. Esther — in Holland, who came in the ship Ann
in 1623. He was a very old man in 1650 ; " saw his children's
children have children. '^ He d. April 7, 1663.

CHILDREN II. GENERATION.

2. John, came with his father in the Mayflower in 1620; was old
enough to he taxed as high as his father in 1684; m. March 28,
1634, Sarah Warren, dau. of Richard Warren.

8. Jacob, b. in Holland, came in the Ann with his mother in 1623;
m. 1646, Damaris Hopkins, dau. of Stephen Hopkins.

4. Jane, b. in Holland, came in the Ann with her mother in 1623;

m. about 1628, Experience Mitchell.

5. Esther, b. in Holland, came in the ship Ann with her mother in

1623; m. Nov., 1644, Richard Wright.

6. Mary, b. 1626; m. Dec. 26, 1645, John Thompson (1), who d. June

16, 1696, aged 80 years. She d. March 21, 1715.



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236 THOMPSON GENEALOGY.



A Genealogical Line prom Samuel Allbn of Brain-
tree, Mass., to Abigail Allen, who Married
James Thompson of Halifax, Mass.



FIRST GENERATION.

I.

Samuel Allen of Praintree, Mass., m. (1) Ann, (2) Mar-
garet. First wife d. September 29, 1641. Was made freeman
May 6, 1635.

CHILDREN BY FIRST WIFE 11. GENERATION.

2. Samuel, b. 1633; m. Sarah Partridge.

3. Mary, b. — ; m. Jan. 24, 1656, Nathaniel Greenwood.

4. Sarah, b. March 30, 1639: m. Lieut. Josiah Standish, son of Capt.

Miles Standish of the Mayilower.

CHILDREN BY SECOND WIFE IT. GENERATION.

5. James, b. — .

6. Abigail, b. — ; m. 1670, John Gary.

7. Joseph, b. March 15, 1650.



SECOND GENERATION.



Samuel Allen' (SamueP), b. 1632 or '33, son of Samuel
and Ann — Allen; m. Sarah Partridge, b. 1639, dau. of
<Jeorge Partridge of Daxbury. He settled in Eist Bridge-
water in 1660, He d. in 1703, aged 71 years.

CHILDREN III. GENERATION.

8. Samuel, b. 1660; m. 1685, Rebeckah, dau. of John Gary. She d.

1697.

9. Essiel or Asahel, b. 1663.

10. Mehitabel, b. 1665; m. 1685, Isaac Alden.

11. Sarah, b. 1667; m. (1) Jonathan Gary; he d. about 1695; m. (2)

1705, Benjamin Snow.

12. Bethiah, b. 1669; m. John Pryor.

18. Nathaniel, b. 1672; m. (1) 1696, Bethiah Gonant, (2) Abigail — .



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14. Ebenezer, b. 1674; m. 1698, Rebeckah Scate. He d. 1730.

15. Josiah, b. 1677; m. 1707, Mary Read.

16. Elisha, b. 167»; m. 1701, Mehitabel Byram.

17. Nehemiab, b. 1681; m. 1707, Sarah Wormel.



THIRD GENERATION.

15.

Josiah Allen' (Samuel,^ Samuer), b. 1677, son of Samuel
and Sarah (Partridge) Allen; m. 1707, Mary Read. He d.
prior to 1736.

CHILDREN IV. GENERATION.

18. Micah, b. 1708; m. 1737, Hannah Edson.

19. Josiah, b. •— ; m. 1741, Sarah Orcut. He d. 1745, aged about 35

years.

20. Mary, b. — ; m. 1737, Benjamin Vickery.

21. Esther, b. •— ; m. 1749; James Edson.

22. Sarah, b. — ; m. 1742, Japhet Byram,

23. Nathan, b. 1722; m. 1743, Rebeckah Read.

24. Betty, b. 1724.

25. William, b. 1726; m. 1748, Susanna, dau. of Joseph Packard.

Moved to Brookfield.



FOURTH GENERATION.

23.

Nathan Allen* (Josiah,* Samuel,* Samuer), b. 1722, son
of Josiah and Mary (Read) Allen; m. 1743, Rebeckah Read,
dau. of Stephen Read.

children v. generation.

2^, Abigail, b. 1743; m. 1765, James Thompson (55) of Halifax, Mass.

27. Nathan, b. 1747.*

28. Nathan, b. 1749.

29. Rebeckah, b. 1751; m. Levi Gilbert of Brookfield, whither the

family removed.

30. Esther, b. 1753; m. Amasa Ross.

31. Philip, b. 1757.

32. Hannah, b. 1760; m. John Bacheldor.

33. Philemon, b. 1762.



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238 THOMPSON GENEALOGY.



Genealogy of a few Families Descended from Eleazbr
Hutchinson. Said to Have Come to America,
Landing at Plymouth, Mass., and
Finally Settled in Leba-
non, Connecticut.



FIRST GENERATION.



Eleazer Hutchinson came to America, landing at Plym-
outh, finally settling in Lebanon, Conn. ; m. — .



children II. generation.



2. Eleazer, b. — .

3. Stephen, b. — .



SECOND GENERATION.

3.

Stephen Hutchinson' (Eleazer*), b. — ; m. — .
children III. generation.

4. James, b. — .

5. Paul, b. — ; m. Susanna Sprague.



THIRD GENERATION.



Paul Hutchinson* (Stephen,'* Eleazer*), b. — , son of
Stephen Hutchinson; m. Susanna Sprague. Settled in
1790 in New Marlboro, Mass. In 1817 he was still living there.
Their children were all born prior to 1790 in Connecticut.

children IV. GENERATION.

6. Jemima, b. — ; m. Holland Underwood or a Clark; d. 1840 or '41.

7. Susanna, b. — ; m. — Coan.



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8. JohD, b. — ; lived near Albany, N. Y.

9. Joel, b. — ; lost track of. ^

10. Zenas, b. Nov. 21, 1770; m. (1) Fanny Tyler Smith, (2) Mrs. White.

11. EUhu, b. — ; unmarried. In 1840 was living in New Marlboro.
-12. Phebe, b. — ; m. Moses Adams.

13. Triphena, b. — ; m. a Clark or H. Underwood.

14. Benjamin, b. July 12, 1782; m. 1808; Hannah Ballard.

15. Paul, b. 1784; m. Mrs. Catharine —.



FOURTH GENERATION.

7.

Susanna Hutchinson* (Paul,' Stephen/ Eleazer*), b. — ,
dau. of Paul and Susanna (Sprague) Hutchinson; m. — Coan.
Lived in the state of New York for a time. Were in Canada
during the war of 1812, and were suspected of giving aid and
information to the enemy, for which they were about to be
placed in confinement when they escaped to the States. About
1820 they went south and settled in Georgia.

CHILDREN V. GENERATION.

16. Samuel, b. — .

17. Gilbert, b. — .

Two other sons were born to them.

10.

Zenas Hutchinson* (Paul,* Stephen,' Eleazer*), b. Novem-
ber 21, 1770, in Lebanon, Conn., son of Paul and Susanna
(Sprague) Hutchinson; m. (1) Fanny Tyler Smith, from
Westchester county, N. Y., b. September 17, 1780, a niece of
Dr. Knott, president of Union college, m. (2) Mrs. White.
He studied medicine and was a practicing physician in the
town of Western, N. Y. He d. in August or September, 1853,
at his son Arthur's in New York city. His first wife d. in
1827.

CHILDREN BY FIRST WIFE V. GENERATION.

18 Mnry, b. Jan. 3, 1802; m. John H. Wallace.

19. Harriet, b. May 7, 1804; m. Edward Barber Smith.

20. William, b. Feb. 26, 1806.

21. Paul B., b. Oct. 9. 1807; m. (I) Parnel Seymour, (2) Mrs. Martha

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22. Geraldine A. S., b. Dec. 1, 1809; m. Albert S. Terry, a Methodist

preacher — a man of deep pietf and one who preached christian
holiness or sane ti float ion. Later in his ministry he joined the
Free Methodist church. She was a worthy helpmeet for him*
She d. June, 1885.

23. Cornelia M., b. Dec. 11, 1811; m. James Sadgebury. Lived in

New York city. She d. about 1883.

24. Charles E., b. Auffuet 5, 1814; m. Mary Gertrude Sadgebury.

25. Clarissa E., b. April 22, 1817; m. Nathan Thompson (430).

26. Frances A., b. Nov. 15, 1819; unmarried. Lived in New York

city and Boston.

27. Arthur B., b. June 6, 1822; m. (1) Frances A. Wilcox, (2) Mary

J. Barker.

28. Sarah B., b. Feb. 4, 1826;*m. Ichabod Samson.



12.

Phebe Hutchinson* (Paul,' Stephen/ Eleazer'), b. — ,
dan. of Paul and Susanna Sprague Hutchinson; 'm. Moses
Adams, a farmer. Lived in Steuben, Oneida county, N. Y.

CHILDREN V. GENERATION.

29. Son, b. — ; went to Indiana.

80. Susan, b. — ; m. a Methodist minister.

31. Aaron, b. — ; became a Methodist minister.

i4.

Benjamin Hutchinson' (Paul,* Stephen,'' Eleazer'), b.
July 12, 1782, in Andover, Conn., son of Paul and Susanna
(Sprague) Hutchinson; m. 1808, Hannah Ballard. He d.
July 25, 1845, at Elmira. N. Y.

children v. generation.

32. Almlra, b. March 16, 1809; m. 1835, Edwin Munson.

83. Jane, b. Dec. 5, 1810; d. Nov. 1, 1839.

84. Samuel S., b. Feb. 9, 1814; m. Sept. 28, 1843, Mary Lynch.

35. Edwin P., b. March 2, 1817; m. Oct. 1, 1850, Mary R. Curtis.

36. Lucy, b. Nov. 14, 1820; m. 1845, David Billings.



15.

Paul Hutchinson* (Paul,* StepheD,' Eleazer,*), b. 1784, son
of Paul and Susanna (Sprague) Hutchinson ; m. Mrs. Catha-
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Later practiced in Watertown, N. Y. Here he was postmaster
for several years. Had consumption and went soath in 1816.
He d. September 9, 1816.

CHILDREN V. GENERATION.

37. Son, b. — ; d» young.

38. Julia, b. — ; m. — Jones, a lawyer of Buffalo, N. Y., and stepson

of Judge Cheever of Albany. ^

39. Catharine, b. — .



FIFTH GENERATION.

i8.

Mary Hutchinson* (Zenas/. Paul/ Stephen/ Eleazer'),
b. January 3, 1802, dau. of Zenas and Fanny T. (Smith)
Hutchinson; m. John H. Wallace, a preacher in the
Methodist Episcopal church, Genesee conference. They lived
some time near Peoria, N. Y. Later remoyed to Clinton
county, Mich., where they lived several years. He d, January
1, 1864, in Illinois. She was insane^for many years; d. about
1875.

CHILDREN VI. GENERATION.

40. Martha, b. — ; m. Thomas S. Ladue, a preacher in the Free

Methodist church. Lived awhile in Brooklyn, N. Y.; later
removed to Oregon. They have two or three children.

41. Charles, b. — ; d. in Chicago, 111.

42. John, b. — ; went insane; d. in Clinton county, Mich.

19.

Harriet Hutchinson* (Zenas,* Paul,' Stephen," Eleazer»),
b. May 7, 1804, dau. of Zenas and Fanny T. (Smith) Hutch-
inson ; m. October 6, 1825, Edward Barber Smith. Lived
some years in Western and Lee in Oneida county, N. Y. In
1860 removed to Hillsdale county and same year moved to
Kinderhook, Branch county, Mich. She d. August 23,' 1880.
He d. June 27, 1871.

children VI. GENERATION.

43. Mary, b. Oct. 6, 1827; m. April 4, 1852, Alfred Bates.

44. William H., b. June 16, 1829; m. May 4, 1858, Mary Elizabeth

St. John.
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242 THOMPSON GENEALOGY.

45. Edward Barber, b. Feb. 2, 1831; d. July 14. 1831.

46. Jane Elmer, b. Oct. 28, 1833; m. William B. Grin^.

47. Cornelia Maria, b. June 25, 1835; m. Feb. 11, 1855, Samuel Oroee.

48. Charles Edward, b. March 2. 1837; m. Clarinda Davis.

49. Harriet Hutchinson, b. July 22, 1838; d. Oct. 25, 1838.

50. Zenas Hutchinson, b. August 25, 1839. Enlisted in 1861 in the

war of the rebellion; d. Nov. 27, 1862, at Memphis, Tenn.

51. Fannie Tyler, b. Sept. 29, 1841; m. Oct. 18, 1860, Harauel Groee.

52. Lydia Pease, b. July 17, 1843; d. March 19. 1848.

53. Willard Cerollo, b. April 24, 1849; m. — .

21.

Paul B. Uutchikson* (Zenas,* Paul,* Stephen,* Eleazer*),
b. October 9, 1807, in Western, Oneida coanty, N. Y., son of
Zenas and Fanny Tyler (Smith) Hutchinson; m. (1) Parnel
Sbymour, b. 1807, (2) Mrs. Martha (Thompson) Browk
(427). He was an energetic and driving man in basiness. He
lived awhile in New York city and Orangeville, Wyoming
county. His first wife d. in 1832 in Lee, Oneida county, N.
Y. He d. October 15, 1885, in Jackeon, Mich., at his daughter
Fannie's. He died in the christian faith.

CHILDREN BY FIRST WIFE VI. GENERATION.

54. Seymour Arah, b. July 26, 1829, in Western; m. Martha Milican.

55. Fannie Pamei, b. June 21, 1832, in Lee; m. March 27, 1853, Elijah

Russell Knapp.

24.

Charles Edward Hutchinson* (Zenas/ Paul,* Stephen,*
Eleazer*), b. August 5, 1814, son of Zenas and Fanny Tyler
(Smith) Hutchinson; m. August 14, 1844, Mary Gertrude
Sadgebury. Lived in New York city. He d. September 25,
1863 ; buried in Trinity church cemetery, New York. In 1887
she lived in Framingham, Mass.

CHILDRE^r YI. GENERATIOX.

56. Gertrude, b. June 3, 1845; d. March 3, 1859.

57. Charles Sadgebury, b. Oct. 15, 1848; m. Mary A. Denby.

58. Franklin, b. August 26, 1853; m. Margaret G. Farmer.

59. Ella Sadgebury, b. August 2, 1855; d. May 2, 1877.

25.
Clarissa Elmer Hutchixson* (Zenas,* Paul,* Stephen,*
Eleazer*), b. April 22, 1817, dau. of Zenas and Fanny Tyler



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(Smith) Hutchinson; rfi. January 31, 1838, at Pavilion, N. Y.,
Nathan Thompson (430). She d. March 29, 1887, in Keeler,
Mich. He d. February 7, 1877, in Lansing, Mich. ; both are
buried in Eeeler. For more full history of this family see
number 430 and other numbers of Thompsons.

CHILDREN VI. GENERATION.

60. Charles H., b. Nov. 29, 1838; m. Elizabeth G. Sutton.

61. Albert C, b. Oct. 24, 1840. Served in war of the rebellion.

62. Geraldine, b. August, 1843; d. Jan. 18, 1844.

63. Arthur E., b. June 20, 1847; became insiEme.

64. Nathan I., b. August 1, 1850; m. Ella A. Tuttle.

65. Frank Zenas, b. June 6, 1853.

66. Sarah C, b. Nov. 16, 1855; d. Oct. 12, 1856.

67. Clara G., b. August 25, 1858; m. William E. Bass.



27.

Arthur B. Hutchinson* (Zenas/ Paul,' Stephen/ Eleazer"),
b. June 6, 1822, son of Zenas and Fanny Tyler (Smith)
Hutchinson; m. (1) February 14, 1851, by Rev. Dr. Kipp, of
the Episcopal Church, Frances Amelia Wilcox of Albany,
N. Y., m. (2) October 17, 1854, by Rev. D. Marks, of M. E.
Church, Mary J, Barker. First wife d. May 6, 1862; buried
in Albany. Second wife d. March 26, 1886, aged 64; buried
in Westchester county. Address, 410 Bleeker street, New
York city.

CHILD BY FIRST WIFE VI. GENERATION.

68. Daughter, b. — ; d. 4 years of age.

CHILD BY SECOND WIFE VI. GENERATION.

69. Child, b. — ; d. at birth.

28.

Sarah B. Hutchinson* (Zenas,* Paul,' Stephen,' Eleazer*),
b. February 4, 1826, dau. of Zenas and Fanny Tyler (Smith)
Hutchinson; m. January 24, 1849, Ichabod Samso^, b.
October 26, 1814, in Saratoga, N. Y. He d. December 20,
1884, in Boston, Mass., where he had lived many years. He
was a firm believer in the christian faith, a faithful and earnest
member of the CJougregational church. She removed to Rome,
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CHILD VI. GENBRAflON.
70, Ck)rneUa, b. Jed. 24, 1870.

32.

Almira Hutchinson* (Benjamin.* Paul,* Stephen,' Elea-
zer'), b. March 16, 1809, dau. of Benjamin and Hannah (Bal-
lard) Hutchinson; m. 1835, Edwin Munson. Lives in
Elmira, N. Y.

children VI. GENERATION.



71. Sarah Jane, b. Sept. 23, 1837; d. August 25,

72. Amelia, b. — .

73. Marcus Morton, b, July 9, 1843; d. June 4, 1864, of wounds re-

ceived ten days before in the battle of Dallas, Ga.



35-

Edwin P. Hutchinson* (Benjamin,* Paul,* Stephen,' Elea-
zer*), b. March 2, 1817, son of Benjamin and Hannah (Ballard)
Hutchinson; m. October, 1850, Mary R. Curtis.

CHILDREN VI. GENERATION.

74. Charles E., b. August 9, 1851; m. Edith Fielding.

75. James, b. — .

76. John, b. — ; d. — .

77. Edwin P., b. Sept. 1, 1857; m. July 4, 1880, Clara Veazie. She d.

July 9, 1885, of consumption.



36.

»

Lucy Hutchinson*^ (Benjamin,* Paul,' Stephen," Eleazer*)^
b. November 4, 1820, dau. of Benjamin and Hannah (Ballard)
Hutchinson; m. 1845, David Billings. Lives in Elmira,
N. Y.

CHILDREN VI. GENERATION.

78. Edward B., b. July 31, 1846; m. Jan. 25, 1887, Sara May Blades*

79. Hosmer H., b. May 26, 1848.

80. Myra, b. —



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SIXTH GENERATION.

43.

Mart Smith*' (Harriet/ Zenas/ Paul,' Stephen/ Eleazer*),
b. October 6, 1827, dau. of Edward B. and Harriet (Hutchin-
son) Smith ; m. April 4, 1852, Alfred Bates. She d. — .

CHILDREN VII. GENERATION.

81. Edward, b. — ; d. — .

82. Charles, b. -—; went west.

83. George, b. — ; m. — Flint in Kinderhook.

84. Mary, b. — : m. Eugene Turner of Qilead, Branch county, Mich.

85. Emma, b. — ; m. A. E. Ammerman of Bethel, Branch county.

86. Elda, b. — ; m. H. S. Kaiser of Bethel, Branch county, Mich.

44.

^^ILLIAM H. Smith' (Harriet,' Zenas/ Paul,* Stephen,'
TEleazer^, b. June 16, 1829, son of Edward B. and Harriet
(Hutchinson) Smith ; m. May 4, 1853, Mary Elizabeth St.
John, dau. of Rev. Marshall St. John of the Methodist Epis-
copal Church, Genesee Conference, N. Y. William was
licensed in 1858 as a preacher in the M. E. Church ; is a member
of Rock River Conference, 111. Was chaplain in the United
States infantry service, 75th Illinois regiment, from 1862 to
1864. Present address, Hinckley, III.

children VII. generation.

87. Willard Marshall, b. Feb. 9, 1854; m. Hannah S. Young of

Lasalle, 111.

88. Ida Zuileme, b. Jan. 2, 1857.

89. Seymour Edward, b. March 3, 1859; m. Olive Lee of Mendota, 111.
«0. Charles Anderson, b. April 23, 1861 ; d. August 17, 1862.

91. Cornelia Elizabeth, b. May 28, 1863.

^2. Harriet Hutchinson, b. Jan. 2, 1865.

93. Morris Simpson, b. Dec. 15, 1868.

94. Albert George, b. Jan. 10, 1870.

95. Grace Clarinda, b. April 15, 1872.

96. Frederick Arthur, b. July 22, 1875.

46.

Jane Elmer Smith* (Harriet,* Zenas,* Paul,* Stephen,''
Eleazer\), b. October 28, 1833, dau. of Edward B. and Hariiet



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(Hutchinson) Smith; m. W. B. Gbing. They lived in
Chicago, 111., awhile. He was in the commission bnsiness.
She d. Jnne 24, 1874.

CHILDREN VII. GENERATION.



97.


Wilbur, b. -.


98.


Clara L. B., b. — ; deceased.


99.


Bertha, b. — .


100.


George, b. — .


101.


Kearney, b. — ; deceased.



47.

Cornelia Maria Smith* (Harriet,* Zenas,* Paul,* Stephen,*
Eleazer*), b. Jnne 25, 1835, dan. of Edward B. and Harriet
(Hutchinson) Smith; m. ^^ebruary 11, 1865, Samuel Grose.
She d. February 11, 1859.

children VII. generation.

102. Ida H., b. — ; d. August, 1863.
108. William Edward, b. — .



48.

Charles Edward Smith* (Harriet,* Zenas,* Paul,* Stephen,*
Eleazer*), b. March 2, 1837, son of Edward B. and Harriet
(Hutchinson) Smith; m. September 29, 1862, Clarinda
Davis. He was a traveling preacher in the Rock River Con-
ference of the M. E. church from October, 1865, to September,
1882. In 1883 he was granted a location at his own request.
Lives at Onarga, 111.

children VII. generation.

104. Cora Lavina, b. July 1, 1863; d. Oct. 8, 1878.

105. Hattie Indianna, b. Nov. 26, 1865; d. August 23, 1866.

106. Edward Jacob, b. Oct. 6, 1867.

107. Lillie Maud, b. August 30, 1869.

108. Grace Elizabeth, b. Jan. 31, 1872.

109. Walter Charles, b. April 23, 1873; d. Sept. 9, 1878.

110. Addie Naomi, b. Dec. 4. 1874.

111. Fleda Mary, b. August 14, 1877.

112. Arthur William, b. March 25, 1870.
118. Myrtle Augusta, b. June 22, 1880.

114. Pearl Antoinette, b. Jan. 10, 1882.

115. Laura, b. Nov. 6, 1883.



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51.



Fanny Tyler Smith' (Harriet/ Zenas/ Paul,' Stephen,*
Eleazer'), b. September 29, 1841, dau. of Edward B. and Har-
riet (Hntchinson) Smith ; m. October 18, 1860, Samuel Gbose,
whom her sister Cornelia married in 1855. They lived awhile
in Chicago, 111., Warsaw, Ind., and later in Findlay, Ohio.



CHILDREN VII. GENERATION.



116. Cornelia B. H., b. — .

117. Milo Zenas, b. — .

118. Frederick Charles, b. — ,

119. Thaddeus Theodore, b. — .

120. AndyM., b.— .

WiLLARD C. Smith* (Harriet,* .Zenas,* Paul,* Stephen,*^
Eleazer*), b. April 24, 1849, son of Edward B. and Harriet
(Hutchinson) Smith ; m. — • Lived in Cold water, Mich.

CHILD VTI. GENERATION.
131. Edward, b. — .

Seymour Arah Hutchinson* (Paul B.,*^ Zenas,* Paul,*
Stephen,' Eleazer"), b. July 26, 1829, m the town of Western,
N. Y., son of Paul B. and Parnel (Seymour) Hutchinson; m..
Martha Milican. They lived many years in New YorkvCity.
He d. in 1876 in Yonkers, N. Y.

CHILD VII. GENERATION.
122. Paul, b. — .

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Fannie Parnel Hutchinson* (Paul B.,*^ Zenas,* Paul,*
Stephen," Eleazer^, b. June 21, 1832, in Lee, N. Y., dau. of
Paul B. and Parnel (Seymour) Hutchinson; m. March 27,
1853, at Church ville, N. Y., Elijah Eussell Knapp, b. July
25, 1825, in Churchville. They removed to Michigan, living
awhile in Livingston county, then in Tecumseh, and later in
Jackson, where she d. October 11, 1889, after a long and pain-
ful illness. In early life she connected herself with the Bap-
tist church. In July, 1890, the family removed to St. Johns,


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