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in 1630, admitted a freeman of Plymouth Colony, October 4*^ 1632. He
was a carpenter, and one of the designers and builders of the first regular
church edifice at Plymouth. To them in 1639 a little Benjamin was
bom, who became a colonel and was famous in the Indian wars. In
1642 the court employed him to make a gun carriage for the fort. He
was made a local magistrate and represented his town in the Plymouth
legislature. In 1649 he sold some land at Eel River to Robert Bartlett (his
brother-in-law) for £25, and took for £8. 10. o. a red ox called "Mouse."
He died in Dedham, December, 1668. She died in Hingham, 4"» March,
1670.

V Abigail*, married, 1639, Anthony Snow, of Plymouth, 1638, in
Marshfield, 1643. He was representative, after 1656, for twenty years.
They had five children.

VI Nathaniel', married, November I9*N 1645, Sarah Walker, who
was the granddaughter of Jane Collier,* but it is not known who were her
parents. He died at Plymouth, 1667, between July i6**» and October
21**. She died in 1700.

VII Joseph', married, 165 1, Prisdlla Faunce, daughter of John and
Patience (Morton) Faunce, and sister of the famous elder, Thomas
Faunce.

General James Warren, who at the death of General Joseph Warren, at
Bunker Hill, succeeded him as President of the Congress of the Province,
was the Pilgrim's gi^at-great-grandson.

Goodwin*! Pilgrim Republic,
Savage's Genealogical Dictionary,
Mayjlotver Descendants.

• See Richard Park*, page 91.



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LITTLE COAT OF ARMS

Photographed, 19 19, from the original painting now owned by Luther Little of
Sea View, Mass. This place was formerly known as Littletown, a part of Marsh-
field, and is seventeen miles from Plymouth. Mr. Little is a direct descendant of
Thomas Little who came to Plymouth in 1630.



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THOMAS LITTLE*

HOMAS LITTLE* was bom in England, and according to
many writers arrived here in 1630, but it is not positively
known when, or on what ship he came. The eariiest date in the
Plymouth records is January 2»*, 1632/3, when he was taxed.
He married, April I9*N 1633, Ann, bom in England about 1612,
daughter of Richard Warren* (the Mayflower passenger) and
Elizabeth Warren. He bought a shallop in 1633, was enrolled for
military service in August, 1643, at Plymouth,^ as was every
other male in the Colony between 16 and 60, on that date.

At Plymouth there is record of a deed made by "Thomas
Little somedmes inhabitant^ of the Towne of Plym:'* and joined
in by "Ann the wife of the said Thomas Little," dated 2'»«' August,
1652, in which they sell to Richard Foster "All that his house
and land lying and being at the Eelriver in the Township of
Plymouth aforesaid whereon the said Thomas Little formerly
lived" with "all that his lott or share of Land which he had with
his wife being twenty acres bee it more or less being bounded on
the one Side with the Land of Robert Bartlett" (who came in the
Anriy July, 1623, and married, 1628, Mary Warren', daughter of
Richard Warren*) "and on the other Side with the Lands of
Joseph Warren the north end abutting upon the Eelriver afore-
said." He evidently had removed to Marshfield before August
2*»*, 1652, from the phraseology of the deed.

The illustration facing the first page of the issue January,
1913, Mayflower Descendants, Vol. XV, p. 23) reproduces portions
of two documents now in the "Scrap Book," in the Registry of
Deeds at Plymouth. The oldest paper is signed by Thomas
Little and William Pearse as witnesses, and is a bond for £100,
Stcriing, dated November 8*N 1657/8. The second paper is a

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bond for £80, dated January 3"*, 1666, and signed Thomas Little,
as witness.

Thomas Little was buried at Marshfield, March I2**», 1671/2.
His widow died afur February ig***, 1675/6.



CHILDREN

I Abigail', married Josiah Keene.

II Ruth*, died after February ig***, 1675/6.

III Hannah', married, January 15*^ or 25"*, 1661, Stephen Tilden.
She died May 13'*', 1710.

IV Padence*, bom about 1639. Married, November ii*'', 1657,
Joseph Jones. She died October zs***, 17231 at Hingham.

V Mercy', married the last of November, 1666, John Sawyer. She
was buried February lo***, 1693.

VI Isaac*, bom about 1646. Married In 1674, or earlier, Bethiah
Thomas. He died, November 24*'', 1699, at Marshfield. She died,
September 23"*, 1718, at same place.

VII Ephraim', bom May 17*'', 1650, at Plymouth. Married, No-
vember 22"'*, 1672, Mary, daughter of Samuel Sturtevant, of Plymouth.
He died at Scituate, November 24*'', 1717. She died, same place, Feb-
ruary io*'», 1717/18. They had nine children. See forward.

VIII Thomas*,* killed, March 26**», 1676, at Rehoboth, in fight with
Indians. He did not marry.

IX Samuel*, bom about 1657. Married, May iS***, 1682, Sarah
Gray, bom at Pljmiouth, August 12*'*, 1659. He died at Bristol, R. I.
(then in Massachusetts), January 16*'', 1707/8. She died, same place,
February 14*'', 1736/7.

• He was younger than his brother Epbralm, but was of age when he made his
win. He was therefore bom between 165 1 and 1655. Thomas* Little and his
brother Samuel were called "my two younger sonnes" in their father's will.



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EPHRAIM LITTLE'

PPHRAIM LITTLE', seventh child of Thomas Little*, and
•*-' Ann, daughter of Richard Warren* {Mayflower passenger),
and Elizabeth Warren, was bom at Plymouth May 17***, 1650.
Married, November 22***, 1672, Mary, daughter of Samuel Sturte-
vant, of Plymouth. He died at Scituate, November 24*^ 171 7.
She died, same place, February lo**', 1717.

The will of "Mr. Ephraim Little, Late of Marshfield who de-
ceased at Scituate November the Twenty fourth 1717," is re-
corded in Vol. 4 of Wills, Registry of Probate, Plymouth, pp. 113-
116, and is dated 7**» March, 1715, proved 24*'' December, 1717.
He mentions: "My beloved wife Mary Little," "My daughter
Mercy Otis," "My daughter Ruth Avery," "Ephraim my eldest
son" (to him real estate and a negro boy), "My son David . . .
a Cane with a Silver Head."



CHILDREN

I Anna*, bom August 23"*, 1673. Married, at Boston, July 3'**, 1694,
Thomas Gray (half-brother of her uncle Samuel Little's wife). She
died at Little Compton, Mass. (now in Rhode Island), October 16*'',
1706. He died, same place, November 5***, 1721.

II ', an unnamed daughter, buried at Marshfield, June 14*'',

1675.

III Ephraim', bom September 27*'', 1676. Married, November 29**^,
1698,* at Plymouth, Sarah Qarke. He died, November 24*^, 1723, at
Plymouth.

"In 1699, after two years probation, he was ordained pastor of the
First church, Plymouth (built by Richard Church who married Eliza-
beth Warren*), and continued in the Ministry unril his death, November
24*"*, 1723." Pilgrim Republic, pp. 34-596.

"Here lyes buried the body of the Rev. Mr. Ephraim Little, Pastor of
the Church of Christ at Plymouth, aged 47 years 2 mos and 6 D. Deceased
Nov ye 24***, 1723 " Epitaphs from Burial Hill, Plymouth, Mass., p. 12.

* See illustration of leather trunk, marked 169S E. L., the year he was married.

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The will of Rev. Ephralm Little appears in Vol. 4, Plymouth Wills,
pp. 432-434. It is dated iS*** February, 1712-13, proved 30*'' April,
1724. He leaves all to his wife "Sarah." One item in the inventory is,
"one Quarter Part of ye Sloop High Pine."

IV Mercy^, bom February 26*^ 1678. Married Job Oris (son of
John), born at Scituate, March 20"*, 1677. She died at Scituate in 1755.
He died, same place, 1758.

V David*, born at Marshfield, March iS***, 1680/1. Married, first,
at Little Compton, December 2""*, 1703, Elizabeth Southworth, bom
September 23'**, 1686, and died at Scituate April lo***, 1743. Married,
second, October 21**, 1746, Abigail Bailey, who died at Scituate February
S**** I77S» 2ged 75 years, 9 months. He died at Scituate, February g*^,
1779.

VI John', born at Marshfield, March i8'S 1682/3. Married at Little
Gimpton, April 8'**, 1708, Constant Fobes, born June 29"*, 1686, new
style. She died at Marshfield June 29"*, 1771. He died, same place,
February 26*'', 1767.

In Vol. 19, page 464, appears the inventory dated 28*** April, 1767, of
"John Little Esq., re late of Marshfield," the amount of his estate being
£4345. 15, 10., one item being, "To side arms 4. o. o." The will and in-
ventory of his wife, "Mrs. Constant Little Late of Marshfield deceased,"
dated i8*'» November, 1767, proved 6 August, 1777, is given in Vol. 21, pp.
196-7. She speaks of herself as "Constant Little of Marshfield in the
County of Plymouth Widdow," gives 6 shillings to each of her "six sons,
Fobes Little, John Little, Ephraim Little, Thomas Little, William
Little and Lemuel Little," and gives the rest of her estate to "my son
Abijah White and my daughter Ann White his wife and to my son Tobias
Oakman and my daughter Ruth Oakman his wife."

VII Mary', born July 7''', 1685, died October I8*^ 1685.

VIII Ruth*, born November 23"*, 1686. Married, November 23"*,
1710, Rev. John Ayery*, born Dedham, Mass., February 4***, 1685/6.
She died at Truro, Mass., October i'*, 1732. He died, same place, April
^3*^* I7S4- They had ten children. See forward.

IX Barnabas*, born February S***, 1691/2. Died February 23"*,
1691/2.



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RUTH LITTLE*

"n UTH LITTLE* was the eighth child of Ephraim Little',
■*-^ and Mary (Sturtevant) Little, and great-granddaughter of
Mr. Richard Warren^ {Mayflotver passenger); also sister of Ephraim
Little', pastor of the Church of Christ at Plymouth. She was
born at Marshfield, Mass., November 23"*, 1686. Married,
November 2y\ 1710, the Rev. John Avery*,* of North Truro,
Mass. He was born at Dedham, Mass., February 4*^ 1685/6, died
at North Truro April 23'"*, 1754. She died, same place, October
l*S 1732. They had ten children. Avery Family^ pp. 26-27.

• "The Rev. John Avery* was ordained November i**, 1711, as pastor of the
First Church in Truro.

"The charge was given by the Rev. Mr. Nathaniel Stone, of Harwich, Mass.,
and the right hand of fellowship by the Rev. Ephraim Little*, of Plymouth, Mass.
(brother-in-law to Mr. Avery)." Avery Genealogy, pp. 116-117,

"There are now, 1919, in the Christian Union Church, North Truro, two pewter
plates, thirteen inches in diameter, stamped W. Ellwood, London, and two pewter
tankards: on the handles of which is inscribed, Ruth Avery to Truro C^ 1721."
Also two cups, of solid silver, inscribed, "This belongs to ye church in Truro, 1730."
Avery Genealogy, p. 122. Avery Family, p. 35.



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SAMUEL PUTNAM AVERY'o

"pEDIGREE connection with Richard Warren*, who came from
-*- England in the Mayflower, November II*^ 1620 (Old
Style), and Thomas Little, who arrived in 1630.

1. Richard Warren*, born in England (?) died in Plymouth, Mass.,
1628. Elizabeth (?) Warren, born (?) England, died in Plymouth, Mass.,
October 2'*'*, 1673, "aged above 90 years."

2. Great-grandfather, Thomas Little*, born (?) England, came to
America in 1630, "buried at Marshfield, Mass., March 12"', 1671/2."
Great-grandmother, Ann (Warren*) Little, born in England, 1612 (?).
Died in Plymouth, Mass., February ig***, 1675/6.

3. Great-grandfather, Ephraim Little*, bom in Plymouth, Mass.,
May 17*^, 1650, died in Scituate, Mass., November 24*^ 1717. Great-
grandmother, ^^ary (Sturtevant) Little, bom (?), died in Scituate, Mass.,
February 10*'', 171 7.

4. Great-grandfather, John Avery*, bom in Dedham, Mass., February
4*'', 1685/6, died in Truro, Mass., April 23"*, 1754. Avery Family, p. 26.
Great-grandmother, Ruth (Little*) Avery, bom in Marshfield, Mass.,
November 23'**, 1686, died in Truro, Mass., October i**, 1732.

5. Great-grandfather, Ephraim Avery', bom in Truro, Mass., April
22""', 1713, died in Brooklyn, Conn., October 20*\ 1754. Great-grand-
mother, Deborah (Lothrop) Avery, bom in Pomfret, Conn., January 9''',

"1716/7, died in Highlands, N. Y., October 4*\ 1777.

6. Great-grandfather, Ephraim Avery', bom in Brooklyn, Conn.,
April I3*^ 1741, died ia Rye, N. Y., November 5*\ 1776. Great-grand-
mother, Hannah (Piatt) Avery, born 1737, died in Rye, N. Y., May I3*^
1776.

7. Great-grandfather, John William Avery', bom in Rye, N. Y., May
24*\ 1767, died in New York, 1799. Great-grandmother, Sarah (Fair-
child) Avery, bom in Stratford, Conn., Febmary 28*'', 1773, died in
New York, May 6'^ 1837. Fairchild Family, p. 80.

8. Grandfather, Samuel Putnam Avery", bom in New York, January
!•*, 1797, died in New York, July 24**", 1832. Great-grandmother,
Hannah Anne (Parke) Avery, bom in New York, April 24*^ 1804, died
in Jersey City, N. J., June 26**», 1888. Park Family, p. 107.

9. Father, Samuel Putnam Avery", bom in New York, March 17*'',

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i822, died in New York, August ii*'', 1904. Mother, Mary Ann (Ogden)
Avery, bom in New York, December i**, 1825, died in Hartford, Conn.,
April 29'**, 191 1.

10. Samuel Putnam Avery", eldest son of Samuel Putnam Avery"
and Mary Ann (Ogden) Avery, bom in Brooklyn, N. Y., October 7*^,
1847.



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INDEX



AVERY FAMILY



Achindoss. Mary R. F., 40
Adams, Edward D., 66

Herbert 66

Wniiani, 23
Addington, Isa, 31
Alden, Ebenezer, 18
Alexander, John W., 66
Alleyo, Edward, 16
Anderson, A. A., 66

Edwin H., 66
Andrews, William L., 64, 66
Aneier, Samuel, 37
Ardien, Agnes, 3

Robert, 3
Ascot, Margery, 1.
Atkins, Nathaniel, 34
Austen, John, 5

Austin, Francis, 20 ^

Avery, Abigail, 24, 27, 29

Alderman, 2, 6

AUen,6

Andrew, 8

Ann, 27

Anna Cushman, 26

Annah, 6

Barsheba, 6

Benjamin, 6

Benjamin Parke, 50, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61

Catharine, 6

Charles R., 50

Christian, 6

Deborah, 41

Deborah Lothrop, 26, 40, 43, 46, 52, 67

Deborah Putnam, 46

Dorothy, 14

Dudley, 2, 6

Ebenezer, 14

Elisha, 40

Elisha Lothrop, 46, 48

Elizabeth 3, 24, 26, 29, 40

Elizabeth Draper, 46

Elizabeth Lane, 14, 24, 26, 52, 67

Ellen Walters, 51

Emma Parke, 51

Ephraim, 26, 27, 28, 38, 39, 40, 41,
4*» 43. 45. 46, 47. 48, Sh SS, 67



Avery, Eunice Putnam, 40

Fanny Falconer, ci, 57, 62

Frances, 2, 6, 7, 67.
. Giles, 6

Grace, xvii, xviii

Hannah, 14

Hannah Anne Parke, 48, 50, 51, 58,
68

Hannah Piatt, 40, 46, 48, 52, 67

Hannah Stanton, 50

Henry, 2

Henry Ogden, 51, 55, 56, 63, 64, 65

Hester, 6

Isoult Barry, 3

. acob, 2, 5, 6

, ane, 6

, ane Greenough, xi

, |ane Gunning, 48

, 'ane Thatcher, 27

, erusha, xvii

, oane, 2, 3, 6, 8

^ oanne, 6, 67

, ob, 27, 28, 29, 38, 39

, ohan, 3

, oh ane, 5

John, xviii, 2, 3, 6, 2^ 26, 27, 28, 29,
31. 32, 33. 34, 35. 30. 37, 38. 39. 4°,
h 43. 5.2. 67



shn bi



mith, 39

ohn William, 46, 48, 50, 52, 67

bnathan, i^, 20, 22, 23, 24

oseph, xviii, 6

oseph Piatt, 46

Catharine, 6
Lady Elizabeth, 3
Lydia Healy, 24 -
Margaret, 4, n, 17, 18, 19, 24, 67
Margaret Stafford, 4
Mana Tappin, 19
Maria Woodmansey, 19
Mary, 13, 21, 22, 27, 28
Mary Ann Fuller, 50, 58, 59
Mary Ann Ogden, 50, 51, 57, 62, 63,

68
Mary Deming, 26, 28
Mary Henrietta, 51



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Avery, Mary Lane, 13
Mary Rebecca H., 24, 50
Mary Roach Fillis, 40
Mary Rorch, 26, 27, 28
Michael, 3, 24
Mirabella, 6

Prudence Champion, i, 2, 5
Rachael, 14
Richard, 2, ^, 4, 5, 6
Robert, xviii, i, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 13,

l^, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 28, 52, 67
Ruth, 24, 26, 28, 33, 35, 36, 40, 41, 67
Ruth Knowles, 26
Ruth Little, 24, 26, 37, 40, 52, 67
Ruth Smith, 40
Samuel, 2, 6, 40
Samuel Putnam, xvii, xviii, i, 45, 48,

SO, SI. 52, S3, S4. 56, 57. 58, 62, 63,

66, 67, 63
Sarah, 6
Sarah Colt, 48
Sarah Elizabeth, 48
Sarah Fairchild, 46, 48, 50, 52, 67
Septimus, 26, 40, 42, 43
Stephen, 50
Susan Jane, 50
Sybil, 14

Sybil Sparhawk, 14
Thomas, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 67
Thomasine, 3
Timothy, 29 ^
Walter,3

Walter Titus, i, ^, 6, 13, 39
William, xvii, xviii, i, 2, 3, 4, S, 6, 7,

8, 9, 13, 14, 17, 18, I9» 21. 22. 23.

24.50,51, 52,58,63,67

Baler, Deborah Avery, 41

Joseph, 41
Barritt, Hannah Avery, 46

Stephen, 46
•Barry, Isoult, 3

John,. 3
Battelle, Thomas, 20
Baylie, Sarah, 29
Bearstoe, William, 20
Bickford, Jeremiah, 34
Bigelow, John, 57 ,
Bingham, Jerusha Avery, xvii

Lucy Avery, xvii
Bishop, Ruth Parker, 28, 29
Bloor, A. J., 65
Boulders, Ann, 8

Giles, 8
Boyce, Sarah, 24
Breed, Nathaniel, 29
Brenner, V. D., 66
Brewster, John, 41

Ruth Avery, 41



Bridgman, Thomas, 19
Briggs, Mr., 65
Brown, Isaac, 46
Bugbee, John, 39
Buflard, Elizabeth Avery, 24

William, 14, 24
Burch, Elizabeth, 48
Burgoyne, General, 45
Bums, H. J., 59
Butler, Nicholas M., 66

Cabot, Mr., 41
Cady, Jonathan, 41
Cantus, George, 59
Carter, J. G. Avery, xi
Castle, F. A., 57
Champion, John, i, 2, 5, 6

Prudence, i, 2, 5

Thomas, 8
Chickering, Francis, 20
Chickery, Henery, 20
Church, Elizabeth Avery, 46

Mr., 46
Qark, John, 31
Cleary, Robert, 59
Cleveland, Josepn, 41
Clinton, Governor, 45
Cobb, Henry, 41
• Coey, Jarvis, 59
Coitj David, 48

Mr., 41

Sarah, 48
Golden, Cadwallader, 46
Conant, Edward Davis, xviii
Conklin, Katharine, 50, 51, 57
Cook, Charles T., 57
Cooke, Robert .Grier, 66
Cornell, Charles R., 50

Hannah Avery, 50
Crow, Deborah, 40, 52
Cunningham, John S., 59
Cushman, Anna, 26

Danforth, Mr., 37

Deane, W. R., 14

De Forest, Robert W., 66

Deming, Mary, 26

De Peyster, Frederic J., 64

Devotion, Ebenezer, 42

Dexter, Mr., x6

Dielman, Freaerick, 66

Digbye, Lord, 6

Dodge, William E., 57

Dow, Arthur W., 66

Drake, Alexander W., 66

Draper, Elizabeth Avery, 26, 28

John, 26, 42
Dudley, J., 31
Dummer, Joseph, xviu



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Dupignac, Ebenezer R., 48

Sarah Avery, 48
Ehvight, Michael, 24, 2$

Rachel Avery, 24

Timothy, 20
Dyar, Benjamin, 14, 22

Hannah Avery, 14

Eldred, Neighbor, 28
Eldredg, Samuel, 29
Eliot, Jacob, 39
EUwood, W., 35

Fackenthal, Frank D., 66
Fairchild, Elizabeth Burch, 48

John, 48

Samuel W., 66

Sarah, 46, 48, 50, 52, 67

Seabrooke, 48

Thomas, 48
Faycrbanke, John, 20

Jonathan, 20
Fearin, Samuel, 2j
Fillis, Mary Roacn, 40
Fisher, Daniel, 18, 21

Gsmelius, 21
Foster, John, 19

Thomas, 21
Fox, WUUam H., 66
Freeman, Constant, 33

Tohn, 26

Mercy, 26
Friedlander, I., 59
Fuller, Ensign, 18

Mary Ann, 50, 58
Fullwood, Avery, 3

John, 3

Gardiner, Deborah Avery, 43

John, 43
Garland, J. A., 57
Garys, Arthur, 21
Gilbert, Cass, 66
Goet2e, Frederick A., 66
Granniss, George W., 59
Grant, President, 57
Graves, Sybil Avery, 14

Thomas, 14
Gray, Mr., 58
Gunning, Jane, 48

Haverfield, William, xviii, 23
Hains, Mr., 47
Halsey, F. R., 66
Hamilton, Rev. Dr., 59
Hamlin, A. D. F., 66
Hapgood, E. T., 65
Havemeyer, H. 0., 57
Hawkes, McDougall, 66



Healy, A. Augustus, 66

Lydia, 24
Heath, widow, 21
Herring, Thomas, 20
Hewlett, J. Monroe, 66
Hibbert, Robert, 6
Hicks, Frederick C., 66
Higgs, John, xviii, 23
Hinchman, Bishop, 46
Hoffman, Ogden, 59
Holcombe, Mr., 59
Howland, Grace Avery, xvii
Hunt, Richard M., 63
Huntington, Archer M., 66

Ingles, Mr, 47
Irelande, Roger, 7

Keens, Susanna M., 48, 50
Kennedy, Edward G., 66

John Stewart, 57
Keppel, Frederick P., 66
King Charles, 6
King George, 38

Grace Avery, xviii

Lucy Avery B., xvii
Knowles, Mercy Freeman, 26

Ruth, 26

Samuel, 26
Kunz, George F., 66

Lamb, F. S., 6q



Lamb, F. S., 6?

Lane, Elizabeth, 14, 24, 26, 52, 67

Tob, 24, 52

Mary, 13

Samuel, 23

Sarah Boyce, 24, 52
Littell, President, 64
Little, Ann Warren, 52

Ephraim, 26, 33, 52

Mary Sturtevant, 26, 52

Ruth, 24, 26, 37, 52. 67

Thomas, 52
LIttlefield, George E., 19
Lord, Austin W., 66
Lothrop, Abigail Avery, 27, 29

Deborah, 26, 40, 43. 46, S^. 67

Deborah Crow, 40, 52

EUsha, 27

Joshua, 43

Samuel, 40, 52
Low, Frederick F., 59
Luca$, Frederick A., 66
Lyon, H. W., 58

Macaulay, Thomas B., iv
Maguire, Joseph, 59
Mansfield, Howard, 66
Marquand, H. G., 57

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McMcnomy, John H., S9
Metcalf, Joseph, 33
Mulford, Thomas, 32, 33

Norwell, Samuel, 21

Oettinger, S., $7

Ogden, Henry Aaron, 50, 51, 57
Katharine Conkiin, 50, 51, 57
Mary Ann, 50, 51, 57, 62,63, 68

Onion, Benjamin, 25

OrtoD, R. H., 59

Paine, Barnabas, 27

Moses, 29

Thomas, 31, 32,33,34
Park, Richard, 5 r, 58, 63, 67
Parke, Benjamin, 48, 50, 51

Hannah Anne, 48, 50, ji, 58, 68

Susanna M. K., 48, 50
Parker, Avery, 28, 29

Dorothy, 29

Jonathan, 26, 28, 29

Ruth, 28, 29

Ruth Avery, 26, 28
Peper, Robert, 21
Pethick, Vice-Consul, 59
Phillips, Henry, 20
Pierce, Isaac, 38
Pine, John Bi, 66
Piatt, Hannah, 40^46, 48, 52, 67
Prince, Governor, 26
Purington, Hez., 33
Putnam, Aaron, 40

Deborah Avery, 44, 45

Deborah Lothrop, 44, 45
. Eunice, 40 V

Israel, 40, 43, 44, 45

Queen Ann, 25

Raymond, Henry J., 61

Reno, Lieut., 58

Richards, Abigail Avery, 24

John, 2X
Roberts, Arthur, 13

O. A., 18
Robinson, Beverly, 45

Edward, 66
Rotch, Mary, 26

William, 26
Rowe, Sir Thomas, 6

Saltus, J. Sanford, 66
Sand, George, 56
Sawyer, Lorenzo, 59
Scharff, Anton, cr
Schoficld, John M., 59
Seabrooke, , 48



Seaver, Robert, 21
Shakespeare, Mary, 3

WiUiamj
Shannon, Thomas, 59
Sharpe, William, 5
Shcppard, Consul, 59
Sherman, Frank D., 66
Smith, Barzillah, 29

Charles Stewart, 57

Edward R., 66

Ruth, 40

Thomas, 34
Snow, John, 32, 33
Sparhawk, Svbil, 14
Stanford, Leland, 59
Stebbins, Horatio, 58
Steele, Grace Avery K., xviii
Stillman, J. D. B., 58
Stofford, Elizabeth, 4

iohn, 4
largaret, 3, 4

Margery, 4

Robert, 4

Thomas, 3, 4
Stone, Nathaniel, 33
Stout, A. B., 58
Sturgis, Russell, 63, 64, 65
Sturtevant, Mary, 26, 52
Sumner, Rachel Avery, 14

William, 14, 22

Talmage, Mary Avery, 50

T. De Witt, so
Tappin, John, 19

Toseph, 19

Mana, 19
Thatcher, Jane, 27
Thomas, Mr., 18
Tltdale, James, 13

Mary Avery, 13, 22
Turner, Charles, 37

Upham, Caleb, 37

Von Senden, G. D., 59
Vyse, Thomas, 6

Wade, Brirish Minister, 59
Wadsworth, Mr., 41
Waite, Edwin G., S9
Ward, Robert, 14
Warren, Ann, 52

Richard, 26, 37, 50, 51, 52, 58, 63, 67
Washington, George, 44
Webb, Benjamin, 36
Weitcnkampf, Frank, 66
Welcher, Alice Lee, 62

Amy Ogden, 62

Emma Parke Avery, 62



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Welcher, Fanny Avery, 57, 62

Lester Groome, 62

Manfred P., 51, 57, 62
West, Mary Avery, 27, 28

Mr., 27
Wetraore, Mrs., 47
Wheeler, James R., 66
Whistler, I. McN., 53
White, Salome EUzaBeth, xviii
Whiting, James, xviii
Wight, Joseph, 25
Williams, Abraham, 37

Deacon, 41



Williams, Mr., 58

Origo, 3

Talcott, 66
Wilson, John, 23
Windgate, Richard, 7
Winthrop, Governor, 15 ^
Woodmansey, James, xviii, 23

John, 21, 23

Maria, 19

Robert, xo
Woodward, Robert B., 66
Worthineton, Mr., i8
Wright, F. A., 6s



NAMES OF PLACES, ETC.



A rare painting, xvii
Academy of Design, N. Y., 66

of Sciences, Cal., 58
American Museum of Natural History,
N.Y., 66

Numismatic Society, 66

Scenic Society, 66

Society of Architects, 66
Ancient and Hon. Artillery Co., l8
Archaeological Inst, of America, 6±
Architectural League, N. Y., 56, 63, 65,

66
Art Assodarion, Cal., 58, 64 ^

Paris, 66
Aahfo'rd, Conn., 38, 39
Authorities cited, xv, xvi
Avery Architectural Library, 55, 56, 66

Coat of Arms, xvii, xviii

Collection of Etchings, 53, 57

Editorials and Resolutions, 54, 55, 56

Elizabeth Lane, Tombstone, 24

Family in America, 11

Gold Medals, 57, 66

Homestead, Dedham, 9

Lane, London, 3

Malacca Cane, xviii

Name in England, 2

0;^, Dedham, 9

Oriental Porcelains, 57

Pedigree, 67

Pewter Tankards, 35

Silver Cups, 35

Silver Seal, xviii

Silver Tankard, 28

Street, Birmingham, 3

Tombstones, 24, 25

Barkham, England, I, 4, 8, 13, 14, 24,

52*67
Barnstable, Mass., 29, 30, 38
Rartholdi Statue, N. Y., 56
Bedford, N. Y., 46

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Bellingham, Mass., 16
Birmingham, England, 1
Blind Brook, Rye, N. Y., 47
Blue Anchor Tavern, Boston, 18, 19
Bodmin, England, ^
Boston, Mass., xviii, 13, 14, 15, 18, 19,
22, 26, 31, 36, 40, 42, SI, s8, 63, 67
Brooklyn, Conn., 26, 38, 40, 41, 42, 43,
46, S2i 67
N. Y., xviii, SI, 57. 62, 63, 67, 68

Cambridge, Mass., 14, 18, 41

Cape Cod, 30, 35

Charles River, Cambridge, 15

Charlestown, Mass., 14

Cherry Valley, N. Y., ^o

Chrisuan Union Church, 35

Church of England, 47

Civil Service Reform Ass'n, $6

Columbia University, N. Y., 39, sr, S5>

56, S7, 66
Concord, Mass., is
Congresburie, England, i, 2, s, 6, 67
Contentment, Mass., 15
Conway, Mass., xvii
Cooper Union, N. Y., 63
Cornwall, Eng., 2, 3

Dangerfield, Mass., 30

Dedham Historical Society, xvii, xviii,

**9'39 .. . ,

Mass., xvii, I, 4, 6, 9, 13, 14, IS, 10,

17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 2S, 26,

50,51,52.58,67

Proprietors, 16

Settlement, is

Town Covenant, IS, 16

Village, 17
Deed, William Avery, 19
Deerfield, Mass., 18
Devonshue, England, 3
Devorion, Ebenezer, orarion, 42


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