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b. Aug. 6, 1795; m., March 16, 1818, John, s. of George
Bowes, of Washington, a farmer and weaver from England,
or perhaps from the Isle of Man ; and had Spencer George,
whose w. was Louisa ; Norris Piper, d. ; Joseph Henry ;
John ; Hannah ; Elizabeth, d. Feb. 1847 ; Mary Ami ;
Moses Walcott ; Avis Hills. — III. Rebecca, b. March 23,
1797 ; m., 1819, Morrill Matthews, of Searsmont; and had
Albert Dillingham, Noah Morrill, Daniel, Spencer Wal-
cott, Sanford Hills, Adolphus, Avis Hills, James Bow-
doin.—lV. Avis, b. Sept. 3, 1799 ; m., first, Sanford Hills,
and, second, Geo. Cummings. — V. Vyna, b. July 19, 1801 ;
m., July 9, 1823, Bickford C. Matthews, of Searsmont; and
had Jane Bishop, Hannah Mary, Lois Manning, Anas-
tasia Rebecca, Noah Morrill, Sarah Frances. — VI. Moses,
b. Oct. 21 [or, according to town-record, Oct. 9], 1804; m.,
first, June 3, 1828, Mary Chase, dr. of Nathaniel Bobbins;
c. ; r. Washington; and, second, m., early in 1850, Mary,
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514 FAMILY REGISTER.

widow of Andrew Suclifort, and dr. of Isaac Witham. — VII.
Spencer, b. March 11, 1807 ; r. homestead ; m., May 6, 1830, |
Esther, b. in Littleton, Mass., April 18, 1807, dr. of Joseph
and Betsey (Pike) Dcdman ; and has 1. Hannah, b. Jan. 30,
1831. 2. Loana Maria, b. June 10, 1835. 3. Mary Adams,
b. May 6, 1837. 4. Sanford Hills, b. April 7, 1839. 5.
Joseph Dedman, b. April 20, 1841. 6. Martha Clotilda, b.
Jnly 23, 1849.— VIII. Alzina, b. Nov. 15, 1808 ; m. Ste- \
phenS.Hawes. — IX. Manning, b. Aprill8, 1813; m., Sept.
12, 1837, Mary, dr. of Herman Hawes ; and had 1. Herman
Hawes, b. Aug. 3, 1838. 2. Edgar Hartley, b. May 6, 1842. j

Walkek, Daniel, son of Asa and Sarah (Burbank)
Walker, b. at Ashby, March 18, 1774; came to Union in
1797 ; m., June 2 or 10, 1799, Fanny, dr. of Jacob and
Hannah (Jones) Booth, of Gloucester, R. I., b. Nov. 16,
1778, in Uxbridge, Mass; settled in the north-west part of
the town; ch. — I. Hannah, b. June 2, 1800 ; d. July 23,
1805. — II. Anna, b. Nov. -14, 1802; m. John Dyer. —
III. Fanny, b. Aug. 16, 1806; m. Sept. 4, 1828, Benjamin
Achorn; had ch. — IV. Hannah, b. Sept. 30, 1808; m.,
Nov. 15, 1835, Shadrach Snell. — V. Asa, b. Oct. 6, 1810 ;
m., 1832, Ruth Lermond, of Bremen ; has ch. — VI. Daniel,
b. March 28, 1813 ; m. Lydia Prior, of Bremen; had ch.

John Walker, br. of Daniel, b. at Ashby, Mass., March
23, 1776 ; came to Union in 1798 ; m., Jan. 1, 1802, Sarah, ;
or Sally, Bowen ; ch. — I. Nathan, b. Oct. 22, 1802; m., ;
Nov. 13, 1841, Emeline Amanda Mills, of Natick, b. Sept. '
19, 1807; r. Woodburn, 111. ; and has 1. John Oscar, b.
March 6, 1845; 2. Charles Emmett, b. Dec. 22, 1847. — II.
Julia, or Juliana, b. March 3, 1805 ; m. Godfrey Miller, Dec. i

26, 1830, b. at Waldoborough, March 10, 1799 ; r. Washing-
ton; and had 1. Nathan Walker, b. Dec. 24, 1831. 2. Evcr-
son Rider, b. April 29, 1833. 3. Helen Arethusa, b. April
23, 1836. 4. John Walker, b. Oct. 4, 1838. 5. Sarah Eli- \
zaheth, b. May 20, 1841. 6. Moses Donnel, b. March 7, 1844. •
7. A child, b. Nov. 29, 1846. — HI. Mary, or Polly, b. Dec.
11, 1807; m., Jan. 30, 1848, Levi Butler. — IV. Esther i
Bowen, b. June 5, 1810 ; d. Nov. 17, 1837 ; m., Sept. 11, ;
1834, Josiah YAcj, in Nansemond County, Va., b. at Isle
of Wight County, Va., Oct. 22, 1798; and had Sarah E. C,
b. Sept. 13, 1835.— V. Sarah, or Sally, Bowen, b. Sept.

27, 1813; m., Sept. 11, 1839, her sister Esther's husband;



WALKER. — WARE. 515

c — VI. John, b. April 29, 1817; u. — VII. Elizabeth, b.
May 15, 1823.

Ware, Jason, b. at Franklin, Mass., March 10, 1756 ; d.
May 11, 1843; m., first, Sept. 16, 1782, Polly, dr. of Ste-
phen Peabody, from Saccarappa, then living in Warren, b.
April 11, 1756, d. March 5, 1815; and, second, April 16,
1817, Sally Severance, b. April 21, 1770, d. April 3, 1849.
His ch. were — I. Greenleaf, b. Aug. 22, 1783 ; d. Sept. 29,
1802. — II. Peggy, b. Dec. 9, 1784; m. Alford Butters,
July 18, 1804, who moved to Ohio, and d. ; ch. 1. Rachel,
b. May, 1805; d. 1811. 2. Alford, b. May 11, 1807; r.
Ohio. —III. Polly, b. July 8, 1787 ; m. Nathan, s. of Reu-
ben Hills, July 9, 1807 ; and had 1. Vinal, b. July 27, 1808 ;
m. Cordelia, dr. of John C. and Berintha Robbins ; r. North-
port. 2. Isaac, b. April 23, 1811 ; m. Eliza Hall, of Gush-
ing ; and had (1). Lys ander, b. July 4, 1834 ; (2). Syl-
vanus, b. Nov. 26, 1836. 3. Mary, b. Oct. 3, 1813; d.
March 10, 1814. 4. Polly, h. March 2, 1815; m., 1836,
Nathaniel K. Burkett ; and had (1). Isaac H., b. Aug. 24,
1835; (2). Oscar A., b. May 15, 1837; (3). Mary A.,
b. March 27, 1840; (4). Ellen Matilda, b. April 5,
1842; and others. 5. Nancy, b. April 30, 1817; m. a
Clary, of Jefferson. 6. Nathan, b. Sept. 26, 1820; m.
Mary Severing, of Knox ; and had (1). Es telle, b. Nov. 23,
1844; (2). Marjett, b. Dec. 31, 1846. 7. Caroline,]).
July 11, 1823. 8. Silas, b. March 29, 1826. 9. Lavinia,
b. April 21, 1828. 10. Matilda, b. April 18, 1831. — IV.
Vinal, b. July 9, 1789 ; m., Nov. 3, 1825, Lavinia Anthony,
dr. of Matthias Hawes ; ch: 1. Harriet Miranda, b. April 1,
1833; 2. Erastus, b. Sept. 27, 1834. — V. Mela, b. Dec. 1,
1791 ; d. Dec. 3, 1791.— VI. Chloe, b. Nov. 5, 1793 ; m.,
Jan. 19, 1817, Isaac, s. of Reuben Hills; ch. 1. Jason, b. Dec.
12, 1817. 2. Harriet, b. Aug. 22, 1819. 3. Cyrus, b. June 7,
1823; d. Sept. 18 [or gravestone, 19], 1824. 4. Rufus Phi-
lander, b. July 21, 1825. 5. Miranda, b. June 22, 1828 ; d.
Sept. 28, 1828. — VII. Susa, or Susanna, b. June 19, 1795;
d. Jan. 2,1796. — VIII. Jabez, b. July 3, 1 798 ; m., April 24,
1823, Chloe Titus; r. Northport; and had 1. Sarah Melinda,
b. Sept. 26, 1824 ; d. Oct. 19, 1848. 2. Rhohe Ann, b. May
26, 1826. 3. Chloe Elvira, b. June 26, 1828. 4. Mary Mi-
randa, b. Aug. 26, 1830. 5. Eliza Mansfield, b. Feb. 9,
1833. 6. Catharine Hatch, b. Feb. 11, 1835. 7. Jason,
b. Jan. 27, 1837. 8. Eunice Augusta, b. June 3, 1839; d.



516 FAMILY REGISTER.

June 11, 1839. 9. Harriet Avidia, b. June 23, 1840. 10.
Horace Lorenzo, b. May 31, 1842. 11. Jabez Gilbert, b.
July 10, 1844.

West, Geokge, sea-captain, b. March 17, 1744; d.
Sept. 4, 1800, from voluntary starvation;^ m. Mary Chase,
of Martha's Vineyard, b. June 11, 1749, d. May 17, 1802.
During several of the last days of his life, he retained his
senses, but was too feeble to speak, and conveyed his ideas
by making signs. — I. Peter, sea-captain ; m. Sarah Dag-
gett ; r. and d. Martha's Vineyard. — II. Peggy, m. Lot
Luce, a sea-captain ; r. and d. Martha's Vineyard. — III.
Mary, b. Dec. 11, 1772 ; d. Aug. 27, 1832 ; m. John Tobey.
— IV. Lovey, m. Nathaniel Robbins. — V. George Wash-
ington, m., Oct. 21, 1798, Hannah Fairbanks; moved to
Ohio, and subsequently still further ; had 1 . Charles, b. May
9, 1801. 2. Mary, b. Sept. 9, 1803. 3. Lovetj, b. July
22, 1806. 4. Elvira, b. April 5, 1809. 5. Sarah, b.
May 7, 1812. 8. George Washington, b. Jan, 9, 1815. —
VI. Thomas, m. Sally Spalding; r. Martha's Vineyard, and
lately moved West. — VII. Jane, m. David Grafton, Dec.
31, 1804 ; and d. June 4, 1814, aged twenty-nine years four
months; had 1. George, b. March 18, 1806. 2. John, b.
June 29, 1807 ; m. Webb ; r. Warren. 3. David, b. Oct. 2,
1808. 4. Thomas West, b. Sept. 3, 1810. 5. Lydia,h.
Dec. 4, 1811. 6. Peter West, b. Jan. 2, 1813. 7. Jane
West, b. Feb. 18, 1814.

Wight, John M., b. Wrentham, now Foxborough,
Mass. ; m. Lavinia Morse, Jan. 20, 1793 ; was here in 1787.
He was in the army, where it is said he was whipped. He
taught school near the head of Tolman Pond, and it seems
eloped with the wife of his landlord. The Thomaston town-
records say, "Daniel, b. April 18, 1793. James Ware, b.
Oct. 29, 1795. Henry M., b. March 15, 1798. And, on
the sixth day of December, 1799, the above-named John M.
Wight went away, and left his wife, his family, and this
part of the country ; and, after his departure, his wife bare
twins, viz. Charles and Ormond, b. March 9, 1800."

Woodcock, David, b. at Attleborough, Mass. ; moved
from Medway to Union; d. Dec. 9, 1790, in his forty-ninth
year; lived on the mill-farm; m., Sept. 17, 1765, Abigail

' Widow Moody, aged sixty-two, died in the same way, April 11,
1809.



WOODCOCK. — WYMAN. 517

Holmes, wlio d. Sept. 25, 1823, aged eighty-four; and had
— I. Benjamin, b. Oct. 16, 1766; d. Feb. 9, 1768. — II.
David, b. Oct. 23, 1771 ; m. in the winter of 1794-5, Affa
Peabody ; and had 1. Dexter Hatch, h. Seipt. 11,1795. 2.
Nancy, b. Oct. 29, 1796. 3. David, b. Aug. 26, 1798.
4. Rufus, b. Sept. 26, 1800. 5. John, b. Nov. 25, 1801 ;
m., 1824, Lucy H. Tyler, of Leominster, Mass. ; and had
Jane Sophia, b. June 27, 1825; r. at the Eastward. 6.
Polly, b. May 16, 1803; m. Benjamin Gowen. — III. Han-
nah, b. Aug. 15, 1774 ; m. Spencer Walcott. — IV. Lynday,
b. Jan. 27, 1777; m., 1794-5, William Peabody; r. East-
ward. — V. Nancy, b. March 23, 1779; m., Oct. 13, 1796,
Samuel TifFt, of Thomaston, and moved to Attleborough. —
VI. Theodore, b. Jan. 12, 1786; r. and d. Searsmont ; m.
Rebecca Packard.

Wyman, John", t. 1796 ; fiddler, carpenter; lived at the
west part of the town ; worked with Charles Barrett on
locks and canals ; moved East ; fiddled for a company ; com-
plained of being unwell, lay down, and d. immediately.



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519



GENERAL INDEX.



Abbot, pages 253, 304, 319, 431,
499.

Abrams, Susman, a Jew, 74, 110,
127, 154, 492.

Achorn, 83, 85, 91, 308, 514.

Adams, 75, 76, 83, 90, 196, 223,
305, 307, 327, 490. 492.

Adams, Ebenezer Ward, 75, 202.
Family of, 75, 88, 201, 430. In
office, 122, 123, 127, 129, 254,
305, 306. Military notices of,
339, 378.

Adams, Eunice, teacher, 294.

Adams, Joel, Capt., 42, 51, 57, 69,
114, 152, 258, 259, 304, 338,
490. An early settler, 46. His
marriage and family, 49, 64, 67,
75, 430. On committees, 60,
143-145, 164, 192, 195, 302-

304. In office, 117-120, 123,
127. . Methodist, 194-196. His
petition to the legislature, 262.
In the army, 328.

Adams, John and Peter, and
others, 94, 118, 232, 250, 270,

305, 307, 308, 339, 377, 471,
473, 494, 508, 509.

Adams, Ward, and family, 83, 430.

Agassiz, Louis, Prof., 56.

Aglar, Nathaniel K., 78.

Aikin, 434.

Alden, Ebenezer, 74, 109, 111,
112, 114, 134, 154, 201, 226,
249. His family, 74, 82, 430.
In office, 120, 128, 306. On
committees, 195, 199, 233, 290.
. Coroner, 254. Postmaster, 255.

Alden, Ed., Dr., 82, 225, 322, 431.

Alden Lyman, 29, 225, 227, 308,
399. His family, 85, 431.

Alewives, 55, 420.



Alexander, Timothy, 96.
Alford, 76, 194, 195, 197.
Allen, 75, 177, 458, 462.
Ames, John, 495.
Amory, landowners, 42, 65, 143-

145, 276, 431.
Anderson, and Anderson party,

27-31, 59, 105, 387, 390, 394.
Andre, John, 327.
Andrews, 81, 85, 307, 377, 433,

434, 470, 505.
Annapolis, Nova Scotia, 477.
Apples, 107.
Arnold, 92, 452, 453.
Aroostook War, 377.
Articles of Faith, 173.
Ashcraft, Nathan B., Rev., 219.
Assessors, 119.
Athcarn, Rebecca, 444, 445.
Attleborough, Mass., 65, 69, 71,

451, 469, 516.
Audubon, J. J., 99.
Avery, 33, 511.
Ayer and Ayers, 220, 323, 364,

367, 483.

B.
Babb, George, 250.
Babbidge, Benjamin, 500.
Bachelder, Benjamin, and others,

92, 223, 323, 472.
Bachelder, Cyrus G., 117, 225,

226. 307, 342.

Bachelder, John, 75, 116, 223,

227, 306. Family of, 75, 92,
327, 447, 454. Town-clerk,
117. Military officer, 342, 351,
353. Court-martialled, 362.

Bachelder, Lewis, and family,
76, 96, 223, 225, 227, 280, 306,
479. Military officer, 338, 342.
At the muster, 355, 361. Court-



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GENERAL INDEX.



martialled, 364. Proposition
to re-elect him, 373.

Bachelder, Nathan, 76, 223, 225,
226, 280, 290, 306-308, 341.
Family of, 92. Selectman, 118.
Justice, 254. Captain, 342,
374.

Bachelder, Nathaniel Q., 96, 327,
479.

Bachelor, Nathaniel, Capt., 43,
201, 223, 225, 226, 305, 306,
His family, 75, 431, 479. Offi-
ces held by, 118, 280. On com-
mittees, 170, 198, 289, 304.
Representative, 248, 249. Jus-
tice, 252.

Bachelor's Mills, 2, 11, 28, 288,
391, 467.

Bacon, WiUiam, 486.

Bagley, Harriet, 513.

Bailey, George, 249.

Baker, Joseph and Samuel, Rev.,
219.

Balkam, Uriah, Rev., and family,
32, 215.

Ball, Daniel, 455.

Band, 326.

Banister, 320.

Bank-tax for schools, 311.

Baptists and societies, 194, 195,
197, 220.

Barber, 506.

Barbour, Elizabeth, 476.

Barker, 84, 86, 308, 457, 483, 505.

Barley, 105.

Barnard, 75, 88, 120, 197, 226,
280, 307, 308, 328, 442, 476,
493, 505.

Barns, built, 39, 41. Burnt, 43.

Barrett, 74, 92, 113, 317, 320, 461,
617.

Barrett, Amos, Capt., 19, 129,
154, 201, 237, 303. On com-
mittees, 150, 163, 164, 166, 167,
169, 170, 195, 303. In Concord
battle, 328. Family of, 431.
His houses burnt, 447.

Barrett's Pond, 3.

Barrett's Town, 68, 113, 276, 488.

Barter, George, 445.

Bartlett, 74, 120, 304, 306, 435,
439, 463, 485, 488, 489, 499,
504.



Barton, 500.

Bates, Nancy, 471.

Baum, Col., 449.

Baxter, F. W., Rev., 226, 305.

Bayley, Kiah, Rev., 172, 178, 182,

191.
Beals, Samuel, 456.
Bean, 225, 485, 502, 507.
Beard, 506.
Bears hunted and killed, 36, 395,

502.
Beauchamp, John, 22.
Beavers, 411.
Becket, 110, 249, 253.
Bees, 418.

Belden, Jonathan, Rev., 189, 208.
Belknap, John, 389.
Bell, the, 135, 226.
Bemis, 74, 96.
Benner, 349, 442.
Bennet, 154, 201, 324, 486, 489.
Bernard, Isaac, Dr., 294, 321.
Beveridge, 81, 256, 454, 456.
Bewitched horse, 228.
Bickford, Sally, 506.
Bigelow, Asaph, 455.
Biguyduce, 47, 71, 258, 334.
Billings, Caleb O., 441.
Bills, 75, 96, 127, 349, 438, 508.
Bird, Nancy, or Agnes, 467.
Bishop, 436, 497.
Blackbirds, 416.
Black land, 98, 391.
Blackington, 79, 122, 306, 513.
Blacksmithing, early, 43, 56, 58,

464.
Blake, 462, 468, 482.
Blake, Nathan, 113, 467. Offices

held by, 118, 252. Motions

made by, 165, 166, 169. On

committees, 167-170, 192, 195,

290, 302-304. Ilis complaint

against Hills, 181. Hisfamily,

432.
Blake, Walter, and family, 75,

86, 127, 128, 249, 292, 305, 307.

On committees, 132, 156, 164,

198. Justice, 253.
Blanchard, 192, 339, 433.
Blood, 95, 465, 470, 486, 493.
Blunt, Ebenezer, in office, 63, 119,

121,122,124,306. His famUy,

76,87, 133, 433.



GENERAL INDEX.



521



Blunt, Henry, and family, 76,
223, 249, 250, 305, 433. As-
sessor, 120, 121. On commit-
tees, 133, 198, 292, 304.

Boating, 277.

Boggs, 14, 35, 452, 459, 470.

Boggs, Calvin, and familv, 80,
128, 308.

Boggs, Life W., 76, 339, 380.

Boggs, Samuel, 25, 386, 390, 411.
Escapes from Indians, 26.

Boggs, William, 76, 120, 127,
140, 195.

Boggs's Landing, 30.

Boody, Benjamin and Ann, 471.

Books used in schools, 295, 309.

Boomer, J. B., Rev., and Nancy
M., 471.

Booth, 76, 196, 449, 458.

Bosworth, 146, 494.

Boundaries, 1, 62. French and
English, 22.

Bowen, Ezra, and others, 42, 64,
75, 117, 130, 143, 194, 195, 197,
258, 259, 317, 434.

Bowen, Isaac, Dr., and family,
318, 322, 434.

Bowes, 127, 317, 513.

Bowker, S., Rev., and family, 82,
128, 216, 251, 305.

Bowker Brook, 3, 37, 401.

Bowley, 134, 454, 467.

Bowman, Lydia, 473.

Boyd, 482.

Boyden, Justus, 434.

Boynton, William, 451.

Brackett, 94, 322.

Bradbury, J. W., Hon., 320.

Bradford genealogy, 477.

Bradstreet, 476, 50'5.

Brass band, 326.

Bray, S., Rev., 219, 474.

Brazier, Susan, 487.

Brack, 76, 444, 475.

Brett, riinv. Rev., 219.

Brick, 330,' 459.

Bride's dowry, 53, 503.

Bridges, 40, 61, 287.

Briggs, 79, 177, 219, 458, 489.

Bristol, 58, 433, 434, 469.

Britton, James B., Rev., 316.

Broad, 506.

Brown, 75, 76, 83, 90, 94, 95, 127,



196, 226, 252, 325, 364, 442,
460, 484, 505, 509.

Brown, John, Dr., 323, 460.

Brown, John Carter, library of, 2.

Brown, Jonathan, and family, 347,
434.

Browning, Charles L., Rev., 220.

Bruce, Abigail, 94.

Bryant, 76, 94, 133, 280, 306, 440,
474.

Bryant, Benjamin, Rev., andfimii-
ly, 96, 220.

Bryant, Joseph, and familv, 76,
91, 307, 504.

Bulfinch, John, 252, 304, 319.

BuUen, 74, 223.

Bump, 77, 196, 250, 306, 314, 487.

Bunker Hill battle, 33, 328, 333.

Bunting, 140, 236, 304, 347.

Burbank, Sarah, 514.

Burgess, Peter, Rev., 220. Fami-
ly of, 434.

Burgoyne's surrender, 42, 43, 329.

Burials, 135.

Burkett, 75, 83, 84, 112, 226, 327,
515.

Burns, 76, 90, 91, 94, 226, 251,
307, 442, 444, 469, 479, 487.

Burroughs, 82.

Burton, 85, 251, 483.

Burton, Benjamin, Col., 38, 41,
335.

Burying-grounds, 18, 19, 130.

Butler, 75, 79, 80, 86, 90, 127,
474, 508.

Butler, Christopher, 67, 145, 146,
148. 151, 152, 164, 291. In
office, 119, 126, 127, 129. Me-
thodist, 194, 196. His family,
435.

Butler, E. N., family of, 90.

Butler, George W., and family,
86, 127, 437.

Butler, Gorham, and family, 74,
79, 194, 196, 435.

Butler, Gorham, and family, 78,
432, 435, 447.

Butler, Jedidah, 444.

Butler, Jeruel, 87, 280, 438.

Butler, John, 30, 144, 258, 259,
288, 289, 419. With Dr. Tay-
lor, 30, 32, 34. His marriage
and family, 43, 64, 436. In



522



GENEKAL INDEX.



office, 125, 12G, 129. Hun-
ter, 397.

Butler, John, 74, 194, 196, 217,
306. His family, 74, 79, 435.

Butler, John, 75, 4^7.

Butler, John, family of, 78, 436.

Butler, Joseph, 126, 194, 196.
Family of, 436.

Butler, Matthias, family of, 86.

Butler, Phinehas, 25, 39, 258, 259,
411, 425, 427. With Dr. Tay-
lor, 30, 32, 34, 35. Kills a
bear, 36. In the army, 41, 50,
329. Settles in town, "50. His
wife and family, 50, 437.

Butler, Phinehas, and family, 75,

86, 127, 129, 306, 308, 437,
505.

Butler, Thomas, and family, 76,

87, 152, 194, 19G, 438, 440. -
Butler, Waldron S., and family,

87, 307, 438.
Butters, 120, 127, 192, 194, 196,

457, 511, 514.
Buttman, Mary Jane, 507.
Buxton, 321, 505.
Buzzell, 197, 488.



Camden, 1, 20, 21, 55, 343.
Camp at South Union, 28, 31, 35,

387, 411.
Campbell, 364, 508.
Camp-meetings, 219.
Canals, 112.
Cannon, 347.

Canterbury, Wm. and Ruth, 497.
Carkin, Isaac, 194, 196.
Carriel, or Carroll, 90, 91, 94, 308,

433.
Carriel, Danford, family of, 91,

439.
Carriel, David, and family, 75,

201, 439.
Carriel, Jonathan, and family, 76,

127, 133, 169, 177, 201, 212,

302, 304, 439.
Carriel, Jonathan, 76, 91, 118,

201, 305, 439.
Carriel, Stephen, and family, 90,

280, 307, 440. lleprescnta-

tive, 250.
Carrigain, Philip, Dr., 321.



Carrying-places, 391, 393.

Carting goods to Boston, 112.

Carver, Nathan, 194, 195, 197.

Case, 119, 162, 440.

Cashman, 3, 42, 164.

Castinc, 334, 346. See Biguy-

duce.
Caswell, 445.
Caswell, Judson, and family, 76,

93, 307, 474.

Caswell, William, and family, 84,

94, 122, 128, 307, 473.
Cat-and-clay chimneys, 55.
Cattle, 140.

Cat-vaughan, or Catamount, 408.

Censuses, 73.

Cents and dollars, 264.

Chadwick, Emily, 444.

Chaffin, 194, 196, 469.

Chain on the North River, 328.

Champlain explores the Penob-
scot, 20.

Chapman, 216, 327, 488, 495, 500.

Charles I., places named by, 2, 21.

Chase, 79, 111, 233, 347, 512,516.

Cheney, Jonathan, Rev., 219.

Child and Childs, 197, 464.

Chimneys, 52, 55.

Churches organized, 172, 188.

Clark and Clarke, 76, 87, 129, 192,
194, 196, 197, 209, 433, 440,
460, 468, 490, 500.

Clark, Asa, and family, 441.

Clark, Benjamin, and family, 94,
513.

Clark, Nathan, and family, 95.

Clark, Nathaniel, family of, 92,
504.

Clark, Walter W., family of, 93,
308.

Clary, 88, 466, 515.

Clcaveland, 458.

CUough, Jeremiah, 194.

Clouse, 84, 443.

Cloyce and Cloyes, 455, 475.

Cobb, 76, 83, 127, 481.

Cobb, Ebenezer, 75, 116, 139, 223,
225, 226, 306, 307, 453. Fami-
ly of, 75, 82, 83, 452. In office,
124,126. Builds a town-house,
141, 142. Licensed, 230. Jus-
tice, 253. Lieutenant, 342, 371,
372.



GENERAL INDEX.



523



Cochran, Thomas, Rev., 170.

Coffin, Uriah, 146, 441.

Coggan, William, and others, 76,

92, 119-121, 307, 308, 333, 445,

510.
Coggswell, 491.
Colby, 438, 507.
Cole, 90, 303, 367, 456, 478.
CoUamore, 75, 93, 194, 196, 440,

442, 458.
Collectors, 123.
College-graduates, 163, 167-170,

318, 471, 479.
Collier, 93, 482.
Collins, 82, 135, 430, 437, 456.
Collins, Zuinglius, and family,

82, 117, 227, 447, 454.
Colored persons, 96, 272, 484, 485.
Comet, Wm. Dicke and the, 26.
Comings. See Cummings.
Commissioners, highway, 280.
Common, the, 1, 19, 136.
Concord and Lexington battle, 33,

34, 328, 331, 332.
Congress, votes for members of,

239.
Conklin, 465, 481.
Constables, 121.
Consumption, remedy for, 17.
Cony, Daniel, 363.
Cook, Dr., 323. Peggy, 507.
Coolidge, Abraham, 330.
Coombs, 56, 88, 92.
Cooper, Sally, 76, 80.
Copeland, 469, 481.
Copp, Susan, 441.
Copperas, 97.
Corduroy roads, 277.
Coroners, 254.
Cotterell, 479.

Councils, 177, 181, 205, 215, 216.
Court-martials, 362,304, 366, 375,

378.
Covenant, 175.
Cox, 91, 220, 449.
Crabtree, 90,461.
Craft, Samuel, and familv, 472.
Cranberry Island, 330, 494.
Crane, 470, 505.
Crawford, 6, 28, 445.
Crawford's Meadow and Pond
and River, 3, 4, 6, 19, 334, 335,
416, 424.



Creed, 173.

Cressey, Anna, 507.

Croad, 501.

Crockett, 2, 4, 5, 96, 489.

Cromett, or Crommett, 83, 91,

121, 490.
Crooks, 455.

Crosby, John and Polly, 499.
Crowell, 82, 85, 453.
Crows, 416.
Croxford, Lydia, 452.
Cummings, David, 54, 152, 223,

306. Takes bread, 54. Familv

of, 75, 96, 441.
Cummings, George, and family,

95, 223, 225, 226, 253, 307, 441.
Cummings, Joseph G., and family,

96, 441.

Cummings, Richard, 38, 115, 152,
195, 258, 259, 347. Settler, 38.
His grain burnt, 44. His fami-
ly, 64, 69, 441. Tanner, 110.
In office, 123, 126, 127. His
dog, 388, 394. Hunts, 400.

Cummings, Samuel, family of, 83,
308, 441.

Cummings, Suell, and family, 75,

88, 307, 442.
Cunningham, 251, 442, 457.
Currier, Sarah, 464.

Curtis, 82, 88, 451, 466,493,512.
Cushraan, 75, 88, 305, 443.
Cut-downs, burning of, 98.
Cutler, Manasseh, Rev., 170.
Cutler, Nelson, 83, 224-226. Fa-
mily of, 83, 320. In office, 121,

122, 124, 280, 307. Licensed,
230. Representative, 250. Jus-
tice, 253, 254. Lawyer, 320.
Captain, 377.

Cutter, 216, 505.
Cutting, Jane, 192, 209.

D.

Daggett, 50, 06, 176, 430, 433,
438, 482, 508, 510, 516.

Daggett, Aaron, and family, 66,
443.

Daggett, Brotherton, and family,
66, 76, 94, 111, 133, 444.

Daggett, Ebenezer, 158, 445.

Daggett, Ebenezer, and family,75,

89, 96, 445.



524



GENERAL INDEX.



Daggett, Ebcnezer, Mrs., 65. Her

letter, 70. Her family, 470.
Daggett, Edmund, and lamily, 76,

327, 446.
Daggett, Elijah, Dr., and family,

443.
Daggett, John, of Attleborough,

69, 471.
Daggett, Jonathan, and family,

129, 444.
Daggett, Matthew, 443, 445.
Daggett, Mayhew and Chloe, of

Attleborough, 470.
Daggett, Samuel, 75, 117, 120,

127, 133, 168, 169, 267, 303.

His bewitched horse, 228. In

the Jersey prison-ship, 329.

His family, 444.
Daggett, Samuel, and family, 76,

95, 122, 133, 307, 445.
Daggett, Thomas, 66, 126, 144,

145, 152, 158, 162, 163, 166,

176, 445.
Daggett, Thomas, 66, 129, 194,

195, 197, 445.
Daggett, AVilliam, and familj', 75,

209, 307, 444.
Dakin, Dr., 215.
Dam, Nancy Nelson, 462.
Daniels, F. A., and family, 80,

308, 447.
Daniels, Joseph, and family, 80,

308, 447.
Daniels, Milton, and family, 81,

225, 307. 447.
Daniels, Nathan, and family, 74,

80, 154, 201, 446. In office,
118, 120, 306, 307.

Daniels, Nathan, 29. Family of,

77, 78, 447.
Daniels Brook, 3.
Davis, 14, 79, 81, 82, 85, 93, 333,

387, 430, 453, 454, 462, 472,

488, 495, 505.
Davis, Isaac, Capt., of Acton, 328.
Davis, Jason, and family, 76, 80,

81, 227, 280, 306, 308, 470.
Davis, Mark, family of, 81, 447.
Davis, Pond, and family, 91, 308.
Davis, Sterling, and family, 76,

114, 120, 127, 194, 195, 447.
Davis, Sterling, and family, 80,
81, 307, 448.



Davis, Wilber, and family, 80|
307, 448.

Day, 74, 304-307, 432.

Dean, 79, 438, 450, 500, 501.

Dearborn, Henry, Gen., 73.

Death, Caleb and Abigail, 476.

Decker, Capt., 30.

Decostcr, 88.

Dedman, 441,514.

Deed of land to Taylor, 32.

Deer, 388, 389.

Delusions, 227.

Demerritt, Hannah, 437.

Demuth, 84, 475.

Devereux, Nathaniel, Rev., 219.

Dicke, 6, 24, 26, 28, 59, 387.

Dickey, 75, 84, 90, 95, 113, 464.

Dike, 497, 498. —

Dillingham, 465.

Dix, Sallv, 476.

Dodge, 320, 511.

Dods, John Bovee, 75, 223, 304,

Doe, Samuel, 249.

Dogs and dogwhippers, 159, 387,
392, 394, 403, 411.

Dole, 34, 494.

Dollars and cents, 264.

Door [Dorr, or Duerr], 449.

Dorman, 86, 254, 433.

Doty, 485, 510.

Dougherty, William, Dr., and fa-
mily, 201, 321, 4G9.

Douglas, Mass., 34, 48.

Douglass, Hannah, 491.

Dow. 77, 93. Key. Mr., 171.



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