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CILLEY FA MILY.



Some of the fomilj object to the implied derivation of the name
in my first article, and refer me to the Scilly Isles, formerly spelled
Silly, Silley and Scilley, and whose old British appellation was
Syllah, sif^nifyiug " rock consecrated to the sun."
' I am also referred to a rare pamphlet, in the Philadelphia
Library, by Francis Gawler, London, 1659. On page 271 of the
volume and 21 of the pamphlet, entitled "A Record of some per-
secutions inflicted upon some of the Servants of the Lord in South
Wales," kc. — meaning Quakers, — appears the following inci-
dental mention of the name: "Again Mary Richard and Mary
Moss of Pennarth iu Cilley for clearing their conscience to John
Cutts, Priest were haled, and beaten and drawn up a pa^'r of stairs
! and their feet iu the stocks by the Constable and Priestman."
j This is in vicinity of the supposed origin of the family in Som-
I erset Co., Eng., and with the fact, that the families of Cutts and
I Cilley were contemporary, in N. II., may account for the name.
i Others insist on the authority of Burke, that the name is of N'or-
; man origin, and pursue a zigzag course through the Oxford Chro-
j nological tables and the Advent of Saxons into Normandy till they
place themselves in Germany and pounce on the town of Cilli, —
spelled also Cilly and Cilley,— in the Southern part of Styria, and

I commence the genealogy thusly :

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i* 1 Count of Cilli.

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Children:

2 i Barbarra', Countess of Cilli, m. Sigismund, Emperor of

Austria and Hungary.

Only child:

3 i Elizabeth', m. Albert, who was made Emperor of Austria
' '" and Hungary by Sigismqnd. She died Dec. 24, 1442,

and Albert Oct. 17, 1439, 'from eating melons.
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5 ii Elizabeth^, b, , m. Casimo, King of Poland.

6 iii Ladislaus*, a posthumos son over whom, in his minority,

the Count of Cilli was guardian, and who afterwards
succeeded his father on the throne of Austria and
Hungary.
And so down the line to
1001 Simon Cilley,* b. Apr. 1, 1817.

But when we read that the 2 Barbarra,'^ for her libertine con-
duct, was called the German Messalina, and is described by an
Austrian historian as " one who believed neither God, angels or
devil — neither hell or heaven," and consider the trouble the family
might make in Europe by claiming their rights of succession, we
turn with infinite relief to the fisherman magistrate of the Isles of
Shoals and make peace in the family by saying that the undoubted
origin of the name was from the amphibious occupations of its
early members as fishermen and mariners, called Sea-ly (sea-like).
It thus appears on the early records of the Isles of Shoals, written
in a bold and very legible manner.

When the owners of the name left the sea for the land, the
spelling of the name for two or three generations floundered about
like a fish out of water, until Gen. Cilley, by his revolutionary
fame, anchored it as Cilley.

I have been unable to connect the Isles of Shoals Sealys with
Capt. Robert Seely, though it is evident they came from the same
part of England. My only authority for making the three brothers
of the Isles of Shoals sons of Capt. Robert, is that they might
have been drawn East from Watertown, Mass., to the rocky Isles
then bustling with enterprise and profit, but only inviting to
young unmarried men who could " rough it," while their father
was drawn to the more domestic surroXindings of Connecticut.

The names Seelye and Seele are found in Massachusetts, while
Seeley occurs frequently in Connecticut, New Jersey and Penn-

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1 Capt. Robert Seely, Watertown, Mass., 1630, m. Mary, who
had administration of his estate 19 Oct. 1668. Children:



* It maj be intereaiing to know that young Simon already exhibita many traits of
his early ancestors. He evidently does not believe any more than Earbarra, and is
inolinei to raise the old boy nights.



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2 i ? Jolin (Seely), Isles of Shoals, 1647, appears a5 commander of the ship Dolphin
by power of attorney given him 11 Sept., 1659, in London (1); owned
property on Star Island which was sold May 3 and June 19, 1651 (2). In
1660 he bought land on the Great Island, near Portsmouth (3). Died
near 1670, while absent at sea; probably not married (4).
t 3 ii ? William (Sealj), probably the same whose deposition, (5) dated June 5, 1670,
represents him as aged about 39. This deposition was sworn to before
John Hankinge of the Shoals, and speaks of Capt. Foantain, Jlr. Green-
land, and his own house, and also the same whose name appears as a
signer to a writing (G) dated Apr. 5, 164(5?).
t 4 iii ? Richard.
i 5 iv Nathaniel.

I 6 y 7 Obadiah.

The following I cannot place : George, Isles of Shoals, 165.3 ;
John, Old Norfolk, £e 24 in 1672, and Thomas Sellia, at Saco, 8
Sept., 1665.

3 William'' (Sealy) m. Elizabeth. The known facts of his life
appear in previous article. Elizabeth, in a deposition dated 27
June, 16T4:, is represented as about 36 years of age, and may have
been a second wife. Children :

7 i Emma, m. John Kuel in 1668 or later.

8 ii Dorcas, m. Jas. Gibbins, Jr., 1668 or later.

4 Richard' (Sealy), magistrate Isles of Shoals, 1653. Re-
moved to Hampton Falls. Children :

9 i Martha, m. John CluEf Jan. 15„1686.
t 10 ii Thomas, m. Mary Stanyan before 1697.
t 11 iii Benoni, m. .

5 Nathaniel, m. 1st at Fairfield, Conn., 1649, Mary, dau. of
Benj. Turne?;'; 2d late in 16T4, Elizabeth, widow of Obediah Gil-
bert, former widow of Nehemiah Olmstead. Killed in action 19
Dec, 1675. Children :

i Nathaniel; ii Kobert; iii Benjamin; iv Joseph; v John; vi Mary; vii Sarah;
viii Phebe; ix Rebecca.

6 Obadiah, Stamford, Conn., m. ,the widow of John Miller of
S., and d. 1657. Children :

' i Obadiah; ii Cornelius; iii Jonas.

10 Thomas' (Seally), sea captain, Hampton Falls, at Notting-
ham, at Andover with his son Thomas for a time, and died at his
son Joseph's while on a visit to Nottingham from AndoT-er; m.
Ann Stanyan, dau. of John Stanyan and Mary Bradbury. Children :



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12 i Mary, b. 2 July, 16D7; m. Daniel Lovermg Dec. 14, 1724.

t 13 ii John, b. 6 June, 1699; spelled his name Sellea (7); m. Elizabeth E. Glid-
den (8), dau. of John Glidden of Exeter; remov. to EidJeford (9) 1734-5.

'^ 14 iii Abigail, b. 19 April, 1700.

t 15 iv Joseph, b. 6 Oct., 1701.

16 V ? Anne, b, ; m. Samuel Blake Jan. 8, 1719.

t 17 vi Thomas, b. ; m. Abigail Enowlton Mar. 7, 1729.

1 1 BenonP (Selley), farmer, resided in Salisbury and Sea-
brook ; m. 1st, 28 Aug., n03, Elenor Getchell who d. June 28,
1735-6; 2d, 9 Oct., 1739, Rachel Tappan of Kensington, N. H.

Children :

Br Elenor:

18 i Mehitable, b. Fsb. 15, 1704; m. 6 Jan. 1726-7, Tho3. Eaton, Salisbury.

19 ii Elizabeth, b. Aug. 4, 1705; m. Jan. 4, 1727-8, TTm. Smith. Salisbury.
t 20 iii Thomas, b. June 27. 1707; m. 1st, Eliz. Fowler, 2d, Lydia French.

21 iv Martha, b. May 21, 1709; m. July IS, 1728, Thos. Merrill, Salisbury.

t 22 V Samuel, b. Apr. 19, 1711; m. , Martha .

t 23 vi Eenjamia, b. (?) 1713; m. , Judith , d. 1765.

24 Til Eleanor, b. Sept. 29, 1715; m. Mar 20, 1735-G, Bildad Dow, Salisbury.

25 viii Sarah, b. Apr. 20, 1720; m. Mar. S, 1737, David Fowler, Salisbury.

26 ix Dorcas, b. June 26, 1725; m. , (?) Chris. Tappan,

By Rachel:

27 X Mary, b. Mar. 8, 1740.

28 xi Abagail, b. Feb. 9, 1742.

13 John'' (Sellea) resided in Ilampton until 1T34-5, when he
removed to Biddeford; m. Elizabeth E., dau. of John Glidden of
Exeter ; was a mill owner and farmer. Many of his descendants
continue the mode of spelling the name Sellea. This name will be
repeated and his children given.

15 Capt. Joseph^ (Ceilley) of Hampton, m. Alice Rawlins of
Exeter, in 1724-5; she was b. in 1701 and d. in 1801. Capt.
Joseph moved to Nottingham, was one of the early settlers, a
farmer, agent for the proprietors of the grant, and a captain
of militia. Children :

29 i Anna, b. (?) 1726; m. Mills; d. .

30 ii Polly, b. ; m. Siticlair; d. .

31 iii Alice, b. ; m. 25 Oct., 17C0, Enoch Page; d. .

t 32 iv Joseph, b. — 1734; m. 4 Nov., 1756, Sarah Longfellow"; d. Aug., 1799.



°Jona. Longfellow, father of Sarah, was b. 23 May, 1714; m. Mercy Clark, 23 Oct.,
1731; she was b. 26 Dec, 1714. Children: Stephen, b. July 19, 1733; Mary, b. 15
June, 1735; Jacob, b. 6 Nov., 1737; Sarah, b. 17 Nov., 1739; Elizabeth, b. 17 July,
1741; Nathan, b. 30 Dec, 1743; Anna, b. 15 Oct., 1745; Hannah, b. 1 Dec. 1747;
Daniel, b. 16 Dec, 1749; David, b, 16 Dec, 1751; Enoch, b. 14 Aug., 1753; Jona-
than, b. 23 April, 1756.



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33 V Abagail, b. ; m. , Zephaniah Butler*; d. .

t 34 vi Catting, b. — , (?) 173S; m. — , (?) 1761, Martha ilorrill; d. — , 1825.

17 Thomas* (spelled his name Sillea) m. 7 Mar. 1729, Abagail
Knowlton at Ilarapton Falls. lu 1745 was a soldier in Colonel
Moore's N. H. Regiment at Louisburg and present at its capture.
His name appears with other soldiers in a petition to the Mason-
ian proprietors in 1750, for a grant of a township (partly in con-
sideration of their patriotic services) nest north of Bakerstown,
now Salisbury. The petition was granted, and he received three
lots. The original document is now in the hands of George E.
Emery of Lynn, Mass., one of his descendants. Thomas appears
in the original plan of the Township of Andover, then New Brit-
tan, and he gave Lot 22, East Div., 2d Range, to his son Jonathan
Sillia, then a resident of Nottingham, N. H. Was with others a
petitioner in 1739 for annexation to Massachusetts. Children :

35 i Hannah, , Hampton Falls; m. Hilliard of Hampton Falls.

36 ii Nancy, b. , Hampton Falls; m. Cass; moved to Sanbornton, N. H.

37 iii Polly, b. , Hampton Falls; m Brown; moved to Epjom, N. H.

t 38 iv Jonathan, b. 14 Sept., 1745, Hampton Falls; m. 1st Deborah Dearborn, 2d
Mary Fellows, 3d Mrs. Williaois.



20 Thomas*, b. 27 June, 1707 ; m. — , 1731, 1st, Elizabeth
Fowler, who d." childless, 2d, Lydia French, in 1736, and had issue :

39 i Jemima, b. 5 April, 1737,

t 40 ii John, b. 14 Jan.. 1739; m. 7 Nov., 1761, Elizabeth Fowier of Salisbury.

41 iii Elizabeth, b. 1 Nov., 1740; m. 17 Oct., 1761, Jos. Flanders of Salisbury.

42 iv Jane, b. 26 Nov., 1742.

43 V Lydia, b. 12 Nov., 1744; m. 11 May, 1765, Thomas Evans of Salisbury.
t 44 vi Jacob, b. 2S Feb., 1746; m. Anna .

45 vii Judith, b. 10 Sept., 1748.



92 Samuel*, b. April 19, 1711 ; m. Martha . Children

t 46 i Benjamin, b. ; m. a Miss Collins of Wearo.

t 47 ii Thomas, b. .

t 48 iii Jonathan, b. ; m. Hannah Greenleaf of Seabrook; d. Wearo.

49 iv Mehitable, b. ; m. Winthrop Dow.

50 T Elinor, b. 10 Aug., 1739; m. 7 Apr., 1757, Jno. Hunt of Salisbary.

51 vi Mary, b. 31 Jan., 1741.

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23 Benjamin'*, b, -r- — ; m. Judith ; they lived in Salis-
bury, Kingston and Hawke, now Danville. He died in 1T65, vide
Prob. Rec, Rock. Co., vol. 1765-7, p. 152 — a deposition. In a
deed dated Jan. 6, 1770, Rock. Co. Rec, vol. 121, p. 274, mei^tion
is made of Judith Silley, widow, and the following children :

t 52 i 'William, Gorumtown, Mass.
t 53 ii John, Hawke, N. H.
t 54 iii Becjamin, New Brittan, N. H.
f 55 'v Moses, Salisbury, Xew Boston.

56 T Mary, m. Ebenezer Tucker, New Brittan, N. H.
t 57 vi Samuel, Salisbury.

58 vii ■ Elizabeth, m. Nathan Rowe, New Brittan, N. H. *

t 59 viii Aaron, b. 1746; m. ; d. 1S05.



32 Gen. Joseph*, b. in Nottingham ; farmer, town officer.
He was engaged in the attack upon Fprt William and Mary in
1774, and was among the zealous patriots of that day. Upon the
news of the battle of Lexington, he marched for the scene of
action at the head of one hundred volunteers from Nottingham
and vicinity. He was appointed Major in Poor's (2d) Regiment
by the Assembly of Xew Hampshire. As this regiment was en-
gaged in home defense, he did not participate in the battle of the
17th June. He was made Lt. Col. in 1776, and April 2, 1777, was
appointed Colonel of the 1st Xew Hampshire Regiment of three
years' men, in the Continental Army, in place of Col. Stark,
resigned. He fought his regiment bravely at Bemus Heights,
was at the surrender of Burgoyne, storming of Stoney Point,
Monmouth, and other hard fought battles of the Revolution.*
After the war he was appointed Major General of the 1st Division
of N. H. Militia, June 22, 1786, and as such headed the troops
that quelled the insurrection of that year ; arresting the leader of
the rebels in the midst of his armed followers, with his own hand.
He was successively Treasurer, Vice President and President of
the Order of Cincinnati in X. H; a member of the Legislature
and Councillor. Gen. Cilley was a man of great energy and
industry ; of strong passions, yet generous and humane. He died
in August, 1799, aged 64 years. Children :



* Saturday. March 19th. 1779, the N. H. Assembly voted unanimously, •« that the
worthy Col. Jos. Cilley be presented with a pair of pistols as a token of this States
good intention to reward merit in a brave officer."



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60 i Sarah, b. 16 Oct., 1757; m. 19 Aug., 1773, Judge Thomas Bartlett*; died

Dec. 7, 1S33.

61 ii Bradbury, b. 1 Feb., 1760;, m. 19 Nov., 1792, Martha, daa. of Qen. E. Poor.

Hon. Bradbury Cilley was born in Xottingham. He was not much in
public life, preferring the pursuits of a private citizen. He was elected a
Representative to Congress in 1813, and served one term. In 1814 he was
Colonel and appointed Aide on the Staff of Gov. Gilman of N. H., and
served In that capacity two years, being on active duty in the fall of 1814.
In 1817, was U. S. Marshal for the X. H, District. He was a man of
large wealth, and died ia Nottingham Dec. 17, 1831, in the 72d year of
his age, without issue,

t 62 iii Jonathan, b. 8 Mar., 17C2; m. 5 July, 17S6, Dorcas Butler; d. .

63 iv Joseph, b. 19 Nov., 1764; unmarried; d. 3 Dec , 1779.

t 64 v Greenleaf, b 5 March, 1767; m. 22 May, 1788, Jennie Nealley; d. 25
Feb., 1S08.

t 65 vi Daniel, b. 12 Mar., 1769; m. 7 Nov., 1790, Hannah Plummer; d. 4 Dec, 1842,
66 vii Elizabeth, b. 19 July, 1771; m. 3 April, 1791, Samuel Plummer; d. Dec. 8,
1809.

t 67 viii Jacob, b. 19 July, 1773; m. S Jan., 1801, Harriet, daa. of Gen. E. Poor;
d. 22 Jan.. 1831.
68 ix Anna,b. 22 May, 1775; m. 17 Apr., 1794, Nath'l Williams; d. 18 May, 1810.

t 69 X Horatio Gates, b. 23 Deo, 1777; m. 17 Nov., 1802, Sally Jenness; d. 26
Nov., 1837.

3-1 Cutting*, b. in Xottingham ; was a farmer, town oflScer,
and Captain during the Revolutionary War ; d. at his son John's,
in Northfield, in 1825.

t 70 i Eliphalet, b. 30 Aug , 1762; m. , Dolly Shaw; d. .

» 71 ii Joseph, b. 24 Sept., 1764; unmarried; d. at sea.

t 72 iii John, b. 30 Sept., 1766; m. , Hannah Elliot; d. Nov. 7, 1852.

73 iv Elles, b. 27 Sept., 1768; m. (?) 1738, William Watson; d. 26 Mar., 1853.

♦Israel Bartlett, I. 30 April, 1712; m. Lovy Alice Hall, b. June 10, 1716, on May
7, 1738. Brother of Josiah. the signer of Declaration of Independence. Children:

Jos. Hall, b. Mar. 7, 1739 0. 8. Sarah, b. Nov. 25, 1741 id. Thomas, b. Oct. 22,
1745 id, Israel, b. May 8, 1748 id. Mary, b. Aug. 17, 1751 id, Josiah, b. Mar. 15,
1753 n. 8.

Col, Thomas Bartlett m. Sarah Cilley Aog. 19, 1773, He was Captain of a company of
"six-weeks'" mon at Winter Hill in 1775, a Lt. Col. in Col. Oilman's Regt. in 1776,
same in Col. Evans' Regt. in Rhode Island in 1778, and Col. of one of the N. H Regts.
raised for the defense of West Point in 1780, — and member of Com. of Safety from May
28, 1778 to Jan. 5, 1779. Children:

Israel, b. 18 Jan , 1774; d. 28 April, 1859. Joseph, b. 22 Mar., 1776; d. at sea.

Thomas, b. 24 Apr., 1778. d. 29 Sept., 1842. Jonathan, b. 2 July, 1780; d. .

Bradbury, b. 21 Jan., 17S3; d. 1 Sept., 1869. Sarah, b. 20 July,. 1785; d. 30 May, 1786.

Josiah, b. 31 Mar., 1737; d. . David, b. 29 April, 1769; d. . Enoch, b.

6 July, 179: ; d. 20 Dec., 1818. Betsey, b. 6 Aug., 1793; d. 3 Nov., 1845. Jacob, b.
16 June. 1796; d 18 Feb , 1841. Patty Cilley, b. 7 Nov , 1798; d. 6 July, 1803.



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74 T Bradbury, b. 21 Mar., 1771; m. Burnham; moTcd East.

t 75 vi BeDJamin, b. 16 Apr., 1773; m. Unise Meader.

t 76 vii Mo?e?, b. 8 Feb., 1775; m. Susannah Barker.

t 77 viii David, b. 26 Dec, 1776; m. Straw.

t 78 ix Aaron, b. ; m. 1st Yorkj, 2d Yorke.

t 79 X Henry, b. 11 Sept., 1785; m. Sally Sanborn; d. April 11, 1870.

80 xi Betsey, b. ; m. Aaron Page.

81 xii Sally, b. ; m. Eben Durgin; d. 10 Mar., 1875.

38 Jonathan (Sillia), b. at Hampton Falls ; m. 1st, at Not-
tingham, Deborah, b. Feb. 5, 1743, dau. of Dea. Simon Dearborn
of Eppiug, N. n., and sister of Gen. Henry Dearborn of Revolu-
tionary fame. He moved from Nottingham to Andover about
1768. M. 2d, Mary, b. May 7, 1759, of Contoocook now Bosca-
wen, dau. of Jos. Fellows, one of the first settlers in Andover.
M. 3d, a Mrs. Williams of Grafton, N. H. Children :

Bt First TVife:

82 i Sarah, b. Aug. 6, 1770; m. — Nov., 1792, Willard Emery of Andover; d. at

A. 12 Dec, 1847.

83 ii Abagail,* b, 4 Jan., 1773; m. 17 Nov., 1796, Anthony Emery of Andover;

d. at A.July 21, 1858.

84 iii Polly, b. 11 Mar., 1775; m. John Fellows of Andover.

85 iv Nancy, b. 9 June, 1779; m. Elijah Hilton of Andover.
t 86 V Jonathan, b. 25 Dec , 1785; d. at Franklin, N^.

Bt Seco.nd Wife:
87 vi Deborah, b. 9 Jan., 1793; m. Ebenezer Tilton of Andover; d. in Illinois,
t 83 vii Henry Dearborn, b. 10 Nov., 1794,

89 viii Susannah, b. ; m. Samuel Smith of Andover.



* Children of Abagail Cilley and Capt. Anthony Emery, son of Dr. Anthony Emery,
who was in Col. Moore's N. H. Regt. at the capture of Louisburg:
i John, b. Sept., 1797; d. at Andover, N. H., 16 Sept., 1S05.
ii Willard, b. 13 Mar., 1804; m. 13 Mar., 1825, Sarah Hobart; d. 21 July, 1871,
iii John 2d, b. Oct., 1806; d. unmarried at Andover, 1871,



REFERENCES.



1. Rockingham Co. Rec, vol. ii, p. 47. 2. Same, vol. iii, p. 112; vol. iv, p. 26.
3, Same, vol. ii, p. 48. 4. Rock. Prob. Rec, vol. 1655-98, p. 91. 6. Rock. Court
Rec., vol. 1685-87, p. 377. 6. Portsmouth Town Rec, vol. 1645-1713, p. 1. 7. Rock.
Co, Rec, vol. XX, p. 54; vol. xxiii, p. 375. 8, Same, vol. xx, pp. 37, 447, 484.
9, game, vol ixv, p. 462, Ubi Supra.



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13 John*; issne (broTight forward and now given).

/ 28.1. i John Glidden, b. 8 May, 1726. Hamp. Falls records.

/' t 28.2 ii Elijih, b. 19 Jan., 1740; m. —, Elizabeth Young, b. 1794; d 9 July, 1829.

! t 2^.3 iii_Jvathiin, b I.May, 1742; m. .

( 23.4 iv Abagail, b. 10 Jan., 1745; m. Knight, of Squam I.

iJ8.2 Elijah* was lame; a schoolmaster; d. 26 Mar., 1821.

59.1 i Phebe, b. ; ni. Guilford. '59.2 ii Olive, b. ; d. young.

59 3 iii George, b , pub. 20 Mar. ,17'jS to Mary Dearborn, s. p. d. — , 1820.

I 59.4 iv Hannah, b. ; m. 11 Nov., 1809, Daniel Patterson; d. ,1849.

59.5 V James, b. ; m, C Mar., 1S07, Jane :;eavey. Served during the war of

j 1612 s. p. d. 1853.

j 59.6 vi Dama, b. — ; d. infancy. f59.7 vii Elijah, b — , m. Sally Ames; d. 1855.

1 28.3 Nathan*, ra. , d. 18 Aug., 1804.

/ 59.8 i Hannah, b. 3 Sept., 17GC; m. , Philip Plaisted, Gorham, Me,

\ f 59.9 ii John, b. 27 Deo., 1767; tn. , 1789, Lucy Phillips; d. 8 Aug , 1844.

59.10 iii Caleb (?) 59.11 iv A son (?)

I 3S.1 Thomas (Selley*), b. — ; m. — . Lived in Seabrook, and
had issue. Sup. son of Thomas (20) by 1st wife.

90 i Abag!»il, b. ; m. , Jacob Fowler.

t 91 ii Thomas, b. ; m. , .Mercy A'ebber of Old York.

92 iii Richard, b (?); m. —, 1781, Susanna Panton (Sals Rec).

93 iv Hannah, b. ; unmarried.

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40 John* m. Elizabeth Fowler of Salisbury (Sal. Rec), and
had :

t 94 i Levi, b 23 May, 1772; m. 11 Nov., 1797, Abigail Hoyt.

f 95 ii Philip, b 1774; m. , Susaa Whipple, b. — , 1774.

96 iii Mary, b ;m. , David Lull.

97 iv John, b. ; m. , Mary Goodwin.

t 93 V Aaron, b. ; m. , Louise Murray of Hopkinton, N. H,

t 99 vi Seth Noble, b 3 Dec, 1733; m. 23 .May, 1813, Sarah Cavis; d. 27 May, 1861.

100 vii Lydia, b. ; m , Benjamin Marshal.

101 viii Thomas, b. , 1787; m. .Mary Hoyt, b. , 1758.

102 ix Nancy, b. — — ; m. , Thomas Colby.

44 Jacob* m. (?) 1T69, Anna VVhitcher. Lived in Weare, and
died there or in Henniker, N. H., 1837 :

t 103 i Amos, b. 27 Oct., 1770; m , 1st, 12 April, 1796, Elizabeth Blake; 2d, Ruth
Nud, in Hampton, N' H.

104 ii Nicholas, b. 18 Feb , 1774; m. 24 June 1799, Abagail Eiton of Seabrook.

t 105 iii David, b. 20 Feb., 1776; tn. , Joanna Smith ot Gilaiantown.

t 106 iv Jacob, b 7 .Jan., 1778; or. , Abagail Brown of Hampton.

107 V Benjamin, b. ; unmarried Went to Ohio a young man and d.

t 108 vl Richard, b. March — , 1734; la , 1811, Betsey -Swan, as 24.

t 109 vii Jo8hua,b.— , 1786; m. —, 1809. Hannah Davie, b.—, 1787; d. 15 Feb. 1863.

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t 110 viit Enoch, b. ; m. , Hannah Wallace of Hennikor. Jf. H.

111 ix John, b, ; unmarried. Left Salisbury and was never heard from.

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113 si Judith, b. ; m. , Osgood Evans of E. Weare, and had: 1st, Col.

Newell Seth, a trader, and Collector; 2ad, Olive C, m, , Moses

Dearborn of S. Weare; 3d, Harrison, a trader, d.; 4th. Judith, un-
married; and 5th, Susan, m. , S. L. Fogg of Manchester, N. H.

114 xii isTancy, b. ; unmarried.

46 Eenjamin% b. , 1744 ; m. 9 May, 1771, Elizabeth Ed-
monds of Salisbury, b. 1731 (Sals. Rec.) ; d. in Weare, N.II.,— —
1811 or 12.

115 i Polly, b. . 116 ii Betsey, b, . 117 iii Sally, b. .

•f- 118 iv Benjanain, b. ; m , 1st, , — Bean; 2d, .

f 119 V Jonathan, b. 1776; m, , Lydia Eaton of Weare, b. 1770.

120 vi Jenny D., b 1778.

47 Thomas*, m. . Served during the Revolutionary war,

and is said to have been in the battle of Bunker Hill. Was a U. S.
pensioner.

t 121 i Paul, b. ; m. , — Collins of Weare.

122 ii Thomas, b ; ni. , Flanders of Weare.

123 iii Polly, b. ; m. , — Greenleaf of Henoiker.

124 iv Betsey, b. ; unmarried. Died in Weare.

125 V Saul, b. ; m. . Was a minister, and moved to Pennsylvania.

48 Jonathan*, lived in Seabrook awhile ; removed to Weare
when young. He served as a private in Capt. Timothy Clements*
company. Col. Pierce Long's regiment, N. H line, from August,
1776, to August, 1777, and was regularly discharged under the
Continental establishment. His widow, Hannah, d. 7 Nov., 1842,
he having d. 18 Jan., 1834.

t 126 1 Samuel, b. 16 March, 1789; m. , Hannah Elton of Weare.

127 ii Hannah, b. — .^pril, 1787; m. , Abner Hunt of Seabrook.

f 123 iii Winthrop, b. 17 J^ine, 1789; m., 1st, Jemima Hadlock; 2d, , Canada;

3d, , Ohio.

t 129 iv Jonathan, b 4 May, 1792; m., 1st, 26 Dec, 1816, Abagail Fowler of Sea-

brook; 2d, 19 Aug , 1855, Mary Jackman of Salisbury; No issue by 2d.

130 V Betsey, b. , 1796; m. , John Graves of Andover.

131 vi Jane, b. , 1798; m. , Winthrop Getchell of Weare.

5H William* (Selly), born , in Salisbury or Kingston, N.

H. He enlisted April 11, 1758,' and was discharged November 24,
1758. Served in Trueworthy Ladd's company (8th) of Exeter, in


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