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--- Sixth, Seventh and Eighth Generations in America ---

 

Families of the Children of Josiah5 Washburn (Jr.) and Abiah Curtis and Huldah Leonard

 

 

         The children of Josiah Washburn (Jr.), by his two wives, Abiah Curtis and Huldah Leonard, spread out considerably from Bridgewater, the eldest son moving to Albany, NY, where he married a woman of Dutch ancestry, the next three children marrying and settling in Brookfield in Worcester County, Mass., and the youngest son moving up to Bangor, Maine, but the grandchildren generally moved west into New York or Ohio, or north into Vermont, with several of the grandchildren of son Peter Washburn moving to Peoria, Ill., and up to Minnesota. There may be some branches of this family that will be added to as more information is uncovered. The parents of Abiah or Abigail Curtis, the first wife of Josiah Washburn (Jr.), have not been discovered.

 

 

Abiah/Abigail Curtis

 

 

Lt Bethuel6 Washburn

 

 

 

Abigail6 Washburn

 

 

 

Peter6 Washburn

 

 

 

 

 

 

John3 Washburn (6th)

 

 

Josiah4 Washburn

 

 

 

 

Rebecca2 Lapham

 

Josiah5 Washburn (Jr.)

 

 

 

 

 

Ephraim2 Tilson

 

 

Mercy3 Tilson

 

 

 

 

Elizabeth2 Hoskins

Huldah6 Washburn

 

 

 

Salmon6 Washburn

 

 

 

Ephraim6 Washburn

 

 

 

Lucy Washburn

 

 

 

 

 

 

Joseph3 Leonard

 

 

Ephraim4 Leonard

 

 

 

 

Martha Orcutt

 

Huldah5 Leonard

 

 

 

 

 

Humphrey Perkins

 

 

Martha Perkins

 

 

 

 

Martha Moulton

 

(944.) Lt. Bethuel6 Washburn, eldest son of (358) Josiah5 Washburn (Jr.), (110) Josiah4, (56) John3 (6th), (43) John2 (5th), (28) John1 (4th); born in Bridgewater, MA, on 26 Oct. 1746,[1] served as a Lieutenant from Brookfield in Capt. Peter Ingersoll’s Company in 1775,[2] and as 2nd Lieutenant in the 13th Massachusetts Continental Infantry, in 1777.[3] He moved to Alba­ny, NY, after the war, and married Gerritje/Ganetie (Lansing) Bradt on 21 Mar. 1779 in the Re­formed Dutch Church in Albany, NY.[4] They lived in Albany, NY, where he was probably a merchant, but he was not listed as a head of household in New York in the 1790 federal census.

         Lt. Bethuel Washburn died testate in ca. 1791 in Albany, NY, his will was dated 5 Apr. 1790, and probated on 5 Apr. 1791, mentioned his wife Ganetie, son John Bradt Washburn, daughters Polly Washburn and Harriet Washburn, and his stepson Garret Bradt.[5] (See Appendix [A] for a full transcription of his will.)

         Bethuel Washburn and Gerritje/Ganetie (Lansing) Bradt had children, order uncertain:

        2520     i   John Washburn, baptized on 9 Oct. 1779 in the Dutch Reformed Church, Albany, NY,[6] probably died young.

        2521    ii   Mary/Maria7 “Polly” Washburn, born say ca. 1781, mentioned in her father’s 1790 will, married John Newson or Hughson on 25 Jan. 1802 in the Dutch Reformed Church, Albany, NY.[7] He was not a head of household in New York in the 1810, 1820, or 1830 federal censuses. They had at least one son:

a. Bethuel Washburn Newson/Hughson, baptized on 30 Oct. 1802 in the Dutch Reformed Church, Albany, NY.[8]

        2522   iii   Harriet7 Washburn, born say ca. 1783, mentioned in her father’s 1790 will, probably married Jacob Lansing. They were possibly living in Albany, NY, in the 1810 federal census,[9] but there were three different Jacob Lansings living in Albany in the 1820 federal census. They had at least one son:

a. Bethuel Washburn Lansing, baptized on 17 Sept. 1804 in the First Dutch Reformed Church in Albany, NY,[10] married Susan Ann Hickson on 23 Dec. 1821 in the First Lutheran Church in Albany, NY.[11] He was not a head of household in Albany Co., NY, in the 1830 or 1850 federal censuses.

        2523   iv   Johannes7 “John” Bradt Washburn, born ca. 1785,[12] baptized on 17 Apr. 1787 in the Dutch Reformed Church, Alba­ny, NY,[13] married Cornelia Van Kleeck on 26 Dec. 1807 in the Dutch Reformed Church, Albany, NY.[14] She was born ca. 1789.[15] They were living in Albany, Albany Co., NY, in the 1810,[16] and 1820 federal censuses.[17] Children not found. He died on 27 Apr. 1825 in Albany Co., NY, aged 39 years,[18] and was originally buried in the Reformed Protestant Dutch Churchyard, but was removed to the Albany Rural Cemetery in Menands, NY. No probate records were filed for his estate in Albany Co., NY, and she remar­ried to Elias Mather, of Albany, NY, on 18 Feb. 1829.[19] They were living in Albany, NY, in the 1830,[20] and 1840 federal censuses.[21] He died on 6 Sept. 1843 in Albany Co., NY, aged 66 years,[22] and was originally buried in the Second Presbyterian Churchyard, but was removed to the Albany Rural Cemetery in Menands, NY. She died on 30 Nov. 1881 in Albany, NY, aged 92 years,[23] and was buried in Albany Rural Cemetery in Menands, NY.

 

 

(945.) Abigail6 Washburn, eldest daughter of (358) Josiah5 Washburn (Jr.), (110) Josiah4, (56) John3 (6th), (43) John2 (5th), (28) John1 (4th); born in Bridgewater, MA, on 12 Aug. 1748,[24] married Jonathan Waterman, son of Perez and Abigail (Bryant?) Waterman,[25] of Halifax, MA, on 24 Oct. 1768 in Bridgewater,[26] and they moved to Brookfield, Worcester Co., MA. He was born on 20 Feb. 1747/8 in Halifax,[27] a grandson of John and Lydia4 (Cushman) Waterman (Jr.), of Plympton.[28] He was living in Brookfield, MA, in the 1790 federal census.[29]

         Abigail (Washburn) Waterman died on 15 June 1790 in Brookfield, MA, aged 41 years,[30] and Jonathan Waterman remarried to Hannah Bart­lett on 18 Dec. 1796 in Brookfield.[31] He was not a head of household in Brookfield, MA, in the 1800 federal census, but they were living in Brookfield, MA, in the 1810 federal census.[32] She died on 24 June 1812 in Brookfield, aged 50 years.[33] He was living in Brookfield, MA, in 1818 when he was granted administration of the estate of his son-in-law, Joseph Taylor Wood, and in the 1820 federal census, where he was a farmer.[34] No death record was found for Jonathan Waterman in Brookfield, and no probate records were found for him in Worcester Co., MA.

         Abigail Washburn and Jonathan Waterman had chil­dren:

        2524     i   (Unnamed son), born on 10 Feb. 1769,[35] died on 15 Feb. 1769 in Bridgewater.[36]

        2525    ii   Levina/Lavinia Waterman, born on 14 Jan. 1770,[37] died on 6 Feb. 1770 in Bridgewater or Brookfield, MA, aged 23 days.[38]

        2526   iii   Sarah Waterman, born on 7 June 1771 in Brookfield,[39] died on 6 May 1801 in Brookfield, aged 29 years, 10 months, 29 days,[40] unmarried.

        2527   iv   Josiah Waterman, born on 10 Aug. 1773 in Brookfield,[41] died on 7 Jan. 1777 in Brookfield, aged 3 years, 4 months, 28 days.[42]

        2528    v   Levina Waterman, born on 21 May 1776 in Brookfield,[43] married Samuel Wood (Jr.), son of Samuel and Abigail (Moore) Wood,[44] on 21 June 1798 in Brookfield.[45] He was born on 15 Apr. 1776 in Brookfield.[46] Samuel Wood was not a head of household in Brookfield, MA, in the 1800 federal census. They probably had no children, and she died on 1 May 1800 in Brookfield, aged 23 years.[47] He remar­ried to Lucy Ayres, daughter of Moses and Lucy (Cut­ting) Ayres,[48] on 7 Apr. 1803 in Brook­field.[49] She was born on 23 Sept. 1777 in Brookfield,[50] and they moved to Vermont before the 1826 will of his father.[51]

        2529   vi   Betsey Waterman, born on 17 Nov. 1780 in Brookfield,[52] married Daniel San­ford, son of John and Zeruiah (Wheeler) Sanford,[53] on 17 May 1802 in Brookfield.[54] He was born on 30 Sept. 1778 in Warren, MA.[55] They moved to Bethel, Windsor Co., VT. Children not found. They were living in Bethel, Windsor Co., VT, in the 1820,[56] 1830,[57] 1840,[58] and 1850 federal censuses,[59] where he was a farmer. She died on 1 Nov. 1859 in Bethel, VT, aged 79 years,[60] and he died on 14 Dec. 1864 in Bethel, VT, aged 86 years,[61] and they were both buried in Cherry Hill Cemetery in Bethel, VT.

        2530  vii   Ambrose Waterman, born on 15 Feb. 1783 in Brookfield,[62] married 1.) Huldah Sanford on 2 Aug. 1807 in Bethel, Windsor Co., VT.[63] She apparently died before 1841,[64] and he remarried to 2.) Sally (___) before 1850.[65] He was living in Bethel, Windsor Co., VT, in the 1820 federal census,[66] but he was not a head of household in Bethel, VT, in the 1830 federal census, and he was probably the Ambrose Waterman living in Napoli, Cattaraugus Co., NY, in the 1830,[67] 1840,[68] and 1850 federal censuses,[69] where he was a farmer, and in the 1855 state census,[70] but they were not found in Cattaraugus Co., NY, in the 1860 federal census. On 2 Aug. 1839 Ambrose Waterman purchased land in Cattaraugus Co., NY, from the Holland Land Company.[71] On 27 Sept. 1841 Ambrose Waterman, of Napoli, Cattaraugus Co., sold an equal undivided half of all that land in Napoli that he had purchased from the Holland Land Company to Dwight Waterman for $562.[72] On 2 July 1850 Ambrose and Sally Waterman sold their share of the land in Napoli, Cattaraugus Co., NY, to Cyrus Waterman and Lovina Waterman for $325,[73] which Cyrus and Lovina in turn sold to Dwight Waterman in 1857. No death or probate records were found for Ambrose Waterman in Cattaraugus Co., NY. They had at least three children:

a. Dwight Waterman, born ca. 1810 in MA,[74] married Julia M. (___), who was born ca. 1813 in Onondaga Co., NY,[75] and they were living in Napoli, Cattaraugus Co., NY, in the 1840,[76] and 1850 federal censuses,[77] where he was a farmer, the 1855 state census, where his father and step-mother were living with them, and the 1860 federal census, where he was a farmer.[78] He died intestate in ca. 1866, and his widow Julia M. Waterman and son George C. Waterman were granted administration of his estate on 26 Feb. 1866.[79] She was living with their son Geo. C. Waterman in Little Valley, Cattaraugus Co., NY, in the 1870 federal census.[80]

b. Lovina Waterman, born ca. 1829 in NY,[81] was still unmarried and living with her parents in Napoli, Cattaraugus Co., NY, in the 1850 federal census, married John G. Deming before 1857. With her brother Cyrus Waterman she purchased her father’s share of the land in Cattaraugus Co., NY, from Ambrose and Sally Waterman on 2 July 1850 for $325, which they sold to Dwight Waterman on 10 Dec. 1857 for $750, at which time she was now Lovina Deming of the town of Moscow, Freeborn Co., Territory of Minnesota.[82] They were living in Moscow, Freeborn Co., MN, in the 1860 federal census, where he was a farmer, and her brother Cyrus Waterman was living with them.[83]

c. Cyrus Waterman, born ca. 1832 in VT,[84] with his sister Lovina Waterman purchased his father’s share of the land in Cattaraugus Co., NY, from Ambrose and Sally Waterman on 2 July 1850 for $325, which they sold to Dwight Waterman on 10 Dec. 1857 for $750, at which time he was now of the town of Moscow, Freeborn Co., Territory of Minnesota.[85] He was living with his sister and brother-in-law, John G. and Lovina Demming, in Moscow, Freeborn Co., MN, in the 1860 federal census, where he was a laborer.

d. (Possibly others)

        2531 viii   Cynthia Waterman, born on 8 June 1786 in Brookfield,[86] married Thomas San­ford, son of John and Zeruiah (Wheeler) Sanford,[87] on 19 May 1805 in Brookfield.[88] He was born on 3 Feb. 1774 in Warren, MA.[89] They were living in Brookfield, Worcester Co., MA, in the 1820,[90] 1830,[91] and 1840 federal censuses, where he was a farmer.[92] He died intestate on 6 Sept. 1846 in Brookfield, aged 72 years, of “chorera morbus,”[93] and his widow Cynthia Sanford was granted administration of his estate on 13 Oct. 1846.[94] She died a widow on 18 Aug. 1848 in Brookfield, aged 62 years.[95] Cynthia Waterman and Thomas Sanford had at least 2 daugh­ters:

a. Emily Washburn Sanford, born on 11 Jan. 1806 in Brook­field,[96] mar­ried James H. Woods, son of George and Dorcas (Barr) Woods (Jr.), of New Braintree, MA,[97] on 4 Apr. 1827 in Brookfield.[98] He was born on 4 July 1806 in New Braintree.[99] She died on 20 July 1835 in Brookfield, aged 29 years,[100] and he re­mar­ried to Char­lotte Gil­bert, daughter of David and Anna (Waite) Gilbert, of Brookfield,[101] on 20 Sept. 1836 in Brookfield.[102] She was born on 27 June 1813 in Brookfield.[103] They were living in New Braintree, MA, in the 1850 fed­eral cen­sus,[104] the 1855 state census,[105] and the 1860 federal census,[106] where he was a farm­er. He died on 6 Oct. 1886 in West Brookfield, MA, aged 80 years, 3 months, of “catarral fever,”[107] and she died a widow on 5 Dec. 1898 in West Brookfield, aged 85 years, 5 months, 8 days.[108]

b. Eliza Ann Sanford, born on 21 Feb. 1813 in Brookfield,[109] married Aretus Dwight Gilbert, son of David and Anna (Waite) Gilbert, of Brookfield,[110] in 1833.[111] He was born on 31 Jan. 1809 in Brookfield.[112] She died on 8 Nov. 1843 in Brookfield, aged 30 years,[113] and he remar­ried to Elizabeth “Eliza” C. Woods, of Hardwick, daughter of George and Dorcas (Barr) Woods (Jr.), of New Braintree,[114] on 23 May 1844 in Hardwick.[115] She was born on 8 Sept. 1815 in New Braintree.[116] They were living in West Brookfield, Worcester Co., MA, in the 1850,[117] and 1860 federal censuses,[118] where he was a farmer. He died on 28 Apr. 1892 in West Brookfield, aged 83 years, 2 months, 28 days, of “degeneration of old age,”[119] and she died a widow on 13 Mar. 1898 in West Brookfield, aged 82 years, 6 months, 5 days, of an injury from a fall.[120]

c. (Possibly others)

        2532   ix   Abigail Waterman, born on 4 Oct. 1788 in Brookfield,[121] married 1.) Joseph Taylor Wood, son of Dr. Joseph and Martha (Willard) Wood (Jr.), of Grafton, MA,[122] on 1 Jan. 1801 in Brook­field.[123] He was born on 25 Mar. 1778 in Grafton.[124] They had five children, as mentioned in the 1819 accounting of the estate of Joseph T. Wood. He died intestate on 20 Feb. 1817 in Brookfield,[125] and her father Jonathan Waterman, of Brookfield, requested to be appointed as administrator of his estate on 27 Oct. 1818, as the principal creditor of the deceased, and as requested by the deceased’s widow, with Rufus Richmond and Thomas B. Cutler, yeomen, of Brookfield, as sureties.[126] The inventory, dated 27 Nov. 1818, totaled only $83.00, no real estate.[127] The accounting of his estate, by Jonathan Waterman, filed on 13 Apr. 1819, stated that the widow of the deceased is left with five young children and destitute of property, except what is contained in the inventory, and the said administrator having paid the charges of the funeral, doctors bills, and probate charges, for which he makes no charge in consideration of the circumstances of said widow and her children, requested the whole amount of said property be delivered over to the said widow of the deceased to enable her to uphold life.[128] She remarried to 2.) Rice Sanford, son of John and Zeruiah (Wheeler) Sanford,[129] on 9 Apr. 1820 in Brookfield.[130] He was born on 3 Nov. 1776 in Warren, MA.[131] She was living with the family of her son Joseph W. Wood in West Brookfield, MA, in the 1850 federal census, and she died on 18 Apr. 1851 in West Brookfield, aged 72 years, 6 months, 15 days, of pneumonia.[132] He was still living with her son Joseph W. Wood in West Brookfield in the 1855 state census and 1860 federal census. He died a widower, testate, on 8 Nov. 1868 in West Brookfield, aged 92 years, 5 months,[133] his will dated 1 Oct. 1864, and probated on 5 Jan. 1869, mentioned Susan Prouty, wife of Charles R. Prouty, Mary Ann Wood, and Charles W. Wood, children of Joseph Willard Wood, Albert S. Prouty, son of Charles R. Prouty, and he named Joseph Willard Wood as executor of his estate.[134] (See Appendix [B] for a full transcription of his will.) They had children:

a. Jonathan W. Wood, born on ca. 8 Jan. 1802 in Grafton, MA,[135] married 1.) Lucy Cutler, daughter of Thomas Brown and Ruth (Thomas) Cutler, of Brookfield,[136] on 8 Dec. 1828 in Brookfield.[137] She was born on 18 Apr. 1803 in Brookfield,[138] and died on 27 Jan. 1830 in Brookfield, aged 27 years.[139] He remarried to 2.) Laura Benson,[140] daughter of Levi and Susana (Burt) Benson.[141] She was born on 27 June 1804 in Wareham, MA.[142] He was not found in the 1830 federal census, but they were living in Mansfield, Tolland Co., CT, in the 1840,[143] and 1850 federal censuses, where he was a peddler,[144] in Windsor Locks, Hartford Co., CT, in the 1860 federal census, where he was a silk manufacturer,[145] and in South Hadley, Hampshire Co., MA, in the 1865 state census, where he was keeping a public house.[146] He died on 22 Sept. 1869 in West Brookfield, MA, aged 67 years, 8 months, 14 days, of “disease of heart and general dibility,”[147] and she was still living in West Brookfield in the 1870 federal census.[148] Laura (Benson) Wood died a widow on 23 Jan. 1882 in West Brookfield, aged 78 years, 6 months, 27 days, of “paralysis.”[149]

b. Joel Fay Wood, born on ca. 6 Dec. 1803 in Grafton,[150] married Lucy Sanford, of New Braintree, daughter of Josiah and Theodora (Wood) Sanford, of Brookfield,[151] in 1831.[152] She was born on 1 Aug. 1806 in Brookfield,[153] a granddaughter of John and Zeruiah (Wheeler) Sanford.[154] They were living in Hardwick, Worcester Co., MA, in the 1840 federal census,[155] and next door to his brother Liberty Wood in Hardwick in the 1850 federal census, where he was a farmer,[156] in New Salem, Franklin Co., MA, in the 1855 state census, where he was an innkeeper,[157] and in Shrewsbury, Worcester Co., MA, in the 1870 federal census, where he was a farm laborer.[158] She died on 4 Sept. 1884 in Shrewsbury, MA, aged 78 years, 1 month, 4 days,[159] and he died a widower on 30 July 1892 in Shrewsbury, MA, aged 88 years, 7 months, 24 days, of “apoplexy.”[160]

c. Joseph Willard Wood, born on 10 Apr. 1808 in Bethel, VT,[161] married Ann Shaw, daughter of Josiah and Susan (Pepper) Shaw,[162] on 30 Nov. 1831 in Brookfield.[163] She was born ca. Apr. 1800 in New Braintree.[164] They were living in Brookfield, Worcester Co., MA, in the 1840 federal census,[165] and in West Brookfield, Worcester Co., MA, in the 1850 federal census,[166] the 1855 state census,[167] and the 1860 federal census,[168] where he was a farmer, and in Brookfield, MA, in the 1870 federal census.[169] He was executor of the estate of his step-father, Rice Sanford, of West Brookfield, in 1869. She died on 8 Dec. 1882 in West Brookfield, MA, aged 82 years, 8 months, of “paralysis of heart and inflammation of bowles,”[170] and he died a widower on 20 Sept. 1883 in West Brookfield, MA, aged 75 years, 5 months, of “Quannition pretrict diarrhaea.”[171]

d. Liberty Wood, born on 1 Dec. 1813 in Brookfield,[172] married Alice R. Marsh, daughter of Ephraim L. and Alice R. N. (Robinson) Marsh, of Barre, MA,[173] on 31 Mar. 1846 in Barre, MA.[174] She was born on 5 May 1822 in Barre.[175] They were living next door to his brother Joel F. Wood in Hardwick, Worcester Co., MA, in the 1850 federal census, where he was a shoemaker,[176] in Hardwick in the 1855 state census, where he was a cordwainer,[177] in West Brookfield, MA, in the 1860 federal census, where he was a shoemaker,[178] and in Petersham, Worcester Co., MA, in the 1870 federal census, where he was a farmer.[179] He died on 1 Mar. 1883 in Dana, Worcester Co., MA, aged 69 years, 4 months, of heart disease,[180] and she died a widow on 3 Oct. 1893 in North Brookfield, MA, aged 71 years, 3 months, 28 days, of “consumption.”[181]

e. (One more child)

 

 

(946.) Peter6 Washburn, second son of (358) Josiah5 Washburn (Jr.), (110) Josiah4, (56) John3 (6th), (43) John2 (5th), (28) John1 (4th); born in Bridgewater, MA, on 9 Sept. 1750,[182] married Sarah “Sally” Ayres, daughter of Capt. Moses and Sarah (Converse) Ayres, of Brookfield,[183] Worcester Co., MA, on 8 Apr. 1776 in Brookfield.[184] She was born on 30 Mar. 1753 in Brookfield,[185] a granddaughter of John and Marcy Ayers.[186] The will of Capt. Moses Ayres, of Brookfield, dated 1 Apr. 1796, and probated on 3 Jan. 1797, mentioned his wife Sarah Ayres, and daughter Sarah Washburn, among others.[187] Peter Washburn was among those whose names were on the first tax list of the second precinct of Brookfield, MA,[188] and he was living in Brookfield, Worcester Co., MA, in the 1790,[189] and 1800 federal censuses.[190]

         Peter Washburn died intestate on 6 Apr. 1810 in Brookfield, MA,[191] and his son-in-law Harrington McClellan was appointed as administrator of his estate on 19 Apr. 1810.[192] Sarah (Ayres) Washburn petitioned for the assignment of her dower out of her husband’s estate in 1811,[193] and she moved to Litchfield, Herkimer Co., NY, with her children John Washburn, Abigail Dewing, Josiah Washburn, and Jonas Washburn. She died on 30 May 1827 in Litchfield, NY, aged 76 years,[194] and was buried in Jerusalem Hill Cemetery in Litchfield, NY.

         Peter Washburn and Sarah Ayres had children:

        2533     i   Sarah7 “Sally” Washburn, born on 16 Mar. 1777 in Brookfield, MA,[195] married Harrington McClallen/McLallen, son of David and Elizabeth (Harrington) McClallen/McLallen,[196] of Petersham, Worcester Co., MA, on 27 June 1805 in Brook­field.[197] He was born on 22 Nov. 1780 in Petersham.[198] They were living in Petersham, MA, in the 1810 federal census.[199] Sarah (Washburn) McClallen died by 1818, and Harrington McClallen remarried to Fanny Towne on 26 Mar. 1818 in Athol, MA.[200] She was born ca. 1794 in MA.[201] They were living in Petersham, MA, in the 1820 federal census, where he was a farmer.[202] He died intestate in 1823 in Petersham, MA, Cyrus Wadsworth was granted administration of his estate, which was insolvent, and his real estate was sold to pay his debts in 1825.[203] Fanny (Towne) McClallen may have been the Fanny McClellen living in Liberty, Knox Co., OH, in the 1830 federal census.[204] She was living in Peoria, IL, in the 1860 federal census with the family of George W. and Sarah Field,[205] and in Chicago, IL, in the 1870 federal census with the family of George and Sarah M. Field,[206] and she supposedly died in June 1879 in Chicago, IL.[207] Sarah Washburn and Harrington McClallen had chil­dren:

a. Amory/Emory McClallen, a twin, born on 13 Mar. 1806 in Petersham, MA,[208] mar­ried Mary Stowell on 16 Apr. 1829 in Petersham.[209] He was not found in the 1830, 1840 or 1850 federal censuses in New England, Ohio, or Illinois, and no probate records were found for him in Worcester Co., MA.

b. Emily McClallen, a twin, born on 13 Mar. 1806 in Petersham,[210] married Issachar Wetherell, of Barre, MA, possibly son of Jacob Wetherell, of Barre, on 22 June 1825 in Peter­sham.[211] He was born ca. 1802 in MA.[212] There is an 1827 church death record for an Issachar Wetherell in Barre, MA, aged 37 years,[213] but either the date is wrong, or it is a different Issachar Wetherell, and no probate re­cords were found for Issachar Wetherell in Worcester Co., MA, in 1827. He was still listed as a head of household in Barre, Worcester Co., MA, in the 1830 federal census,[214] but he was not found in the 1840 federal census. They were living in Worcester, MA, in the 1850 federal census, where he was a grocer,[215] and they were living with their daughter and son-in-law, Elizabeth and Henry Morell in Peoria, IL, in the 1860 federal census, where he was a grocer.[216] He died by 1880, and she was still living in Peoria, IL, in the 1880 federal census.[217] She died on 20 Oct. 1894 in Peoria, IL, aged 88 years, 6 months, 5 days,[218] and was buried in Springdale Cemetery in Peoria, IL. They had one daughter:

1. Elizabeth Harrington Wetherell, born on 3 May 1826 in Barre, MA,[219] married Henry Morell, son of John and Diana Morell,[220] on 28 Jan. 1845 in Barre.[221] He was born ca. 1820 in NY.[222] They were living in Worcester, MA, in the 1850 federal census, where he was a grocer,[223] and in Peoria, IL, in the 1860 federal census, where he was a clerk, and her parents were living with them.[224] He probably died by 1870, because she was living with the family of M. and Emma Wachel in Peoria, IL, in the 1870 federal census,[225] and she was living with her widowed mother in Peoria, IL, in the 1880 federal census.[226]

c. John McClallen, born on 8 May 1808 in Petersham,[227] married 1.) Sarah A. Jones in 1837.[228] She was born ca. 1816 in MA.[229] They were living in Peoria, IL, in the 1850 federal census, where he was a merchant.[230] She died on 10 Oct. 1854 in Peoria, IL, aged 38 years,[231] and he probably remarried to 2.) Phebe (___), who was born ca. 1835 in MA.[232] They were living in Peoria, IL, in the 1860 federal census, where he was a merchant,[233] and he was living in a boarding house in Peoria, IL, in the 1870 federal census.[234] He died in 1873 in Peoria, IL,[235] and they were both buried in Springdale Cemetery in Peoria, IL. He had at least 3 children by Sarah A. Jones, and one more daughter by Phebe (___):

1. George Harrington McClallen, born on 7 Aug. 1838 in Waltham, MA,[236] was still unmarried and living with his father in Peoria, IL, in the 1860 federal census, a merchant, but he was not found in the 1870 federal census.

2. Henry W. McClallen, born on 11 Apr. 1840 in Waltham,[237] was still unmarried and living with his father in Peoria, IL, in the 1860 federal census, where he was a grocer, and the 1870 federal census, where he was a store keeper.

3. Alfred D. McClallen, born ca. 1849 in IL,[238] possibly died young, not listed in his father’s household in Peoria in the 1860 federal census.

4. Julia/Ida McClallen, born ca. 1857 in IL.[239]

d. (Probably) Charles William McClallen, born on 7 June 1810 in Petersham,[240] married Rhoda (___). She was born on ca. 21 Nov. 1811 in NY.[241] They were living in Peoria, IL, in the 1850,[242] and 1860 federal censuses,[243] where he was a merchant. He died on 14 Jan. 1866 in Peoria, IL, aged 56 years,[244] and she was enumerated twice in the 1870 federal census, with the family of her son Albert McClallan in Morton, Tazewell Co., IL,[245] and with the family of James and Margaret Daley in Peoria, IL, in the 1870 federal census.[246] She died on 14 Oct. 1899, aged 87 years, 10 months, 23 days,[247] and they were both buried in Springdale Cemetery in Peoria, IL. They had children:

1. Albert McClallen, born ca. 1833 in NY,[248] married Louisa M. (___), who was born ca. 1832 in NY,[249] and they were living in Peoria, IL, in the 1860 federal census, where he was a shoe merchant,[250] and in Morton, Tazewell Co., IL, in the 1870 federal census, where he was a farmer.[251]

2. Irene McClallen, born ca. 1838 in IL,[252] married Charles L. Bobb on 2 June 1857 in Peoria Co., IL.[253] He was born ca. 1835 in MO,[254] and they were living with her parents in Peoria, IL, in the 1860 federal census, where he was a merchant, and in Peoria, IL, in the 1870 federal census, where he was in the manufacture of cologne supplies.[255] He died in June 1876 in Peoria, IL, aged 40 years,[256] and was buried in Springdale Cemetery in Peoria, IL.

e. (Supposedly) Silas McClallen, born on 8 Apr. 1814 in Petersham,[257] married Abigail Thayer Parkhurst.[258] She was born on 28 Mar. 1817 in MA.[259] They were living in Peoria, IL, in the 1850 federal census,[260] and in Groveland, Tazewell Co., IL, in the 1860,[261] and 1870 federal censuses,[262] where he was a farmer. She died on 6 Aug. 1890, aged 73 years, 4 months, 9 days.[263] He died on 10 Aug. 1892 in Groveland, Tazewell Co., IL, aged 78 years, 4 months, 2 days,[264] and they were both buried in Springdale Cemetery in Peoria, IL. They had children:

1. Rosetta R. McClallen, born ca. 1837 in MA,[265] married William Stringer on 25 Feb. 1858 in Peoria Co., IL.[266] He was born ca. 1833 in IL.[267] They were living in Richwoods, Peoria Co., IL, in the 1870 federal census, where he was a blacksmith.[268]

2. Corp. John E. McClallen, born on 27 Aug. 1839 in Worcester Co., MA,[269] served in Company E in the 27th Illinois Infantry in the Union Army from Peoria, IL, from 1861 to 1864,[270] was still living with his parents in Groveland, IL, in the 1870 federal census, a farmer, died on 16 Nov. 1905 in Peoria, IL,[271] and was buried in Springdale Cemetery in Peoria, IL.

3. Charles J. McClallen, born ca. 1843 in MA,[272] was still unmarried and living with his parents in Groveland, IL, in the 1870 federal census, married Sarah M. Crandall on 31 Dec. 1874 in Tazewell Co., IL.[273]

4. Clara McClallen, born ca. 1847 in IL.[274]

5. George Fields McClallen, born on 30 July 1857 in Tazewell Co., IL,[275] married Abby Helm Perkins, daughter of Bernon Helme and Elizabeth Anna (Overend) Perkins.[276] She was born in 1864.[277] He died on 3 June 1942 in Peoria, IL,[278] and she died in 1957,[279] and they were both buried in Springdale Cemetery in Peoria, IL.

        2534    ii   John7 Washburn, born on 11 Nov. 1778 in Brookfield,[280] married 1.) Rebecca7 “Becca” or “Becky” Winslow, daughter of Ebenezer6 and Rebeckah (Dean) Winslow, of Peter­sham,[281] on 1 Apr. 1804 in Brookfield.[282] She was born on 11 Mar. 1785 in Peter­sham,[283] a granddaughter of Kenelm5 and Elisabeth (Clap) Winslow, of Harwich and Petersham, MA.[284] They moved to Litchfield, Herkimer Co., NY, where served as the town assessor in 1816.[285] They were living in Litchfield, Herkimer Co., NY, in the 1810,[286] and 1820 federal censuses.[287] She died on 12 May 1820 in Litchfield, Herkimer Co., NY, aged 35 years, 2 months, 1 day,[288] and he remarried to 2.) Anna (____), supposedly on 22 Aug. 1820.[289] He died testate on 20 Apr. 1830 in Litchfield, Herkimer Co., NY, aged 51 years, 5 months,[290] and they were both buried in Jerusalem Hill Cemetery in Litchfield, NY, his will dated 20 Apr. 1830, and probated on 19 July 1830, mentioned his children Gardiner Washburn, Lucretia Roberts, Caroline Warren, and Harriet A. Hurd, his wife Anna, and his children Mathew Washburn, Ruth Washburn, Rebecca Washburn, Sarah Washburn, Huldah Washburn, and Curtiss Washburn.[291] He named Stephen Crosby, Lyman Baylow, and Jesse Campbell as Executors of his estate, but they renounced, and Anson Rider was granted administration of his estate with will annexed on 31 Jan. 1831.[292] (See Appendix [C] for a full transcription of his will.) His widow, Anna Washburn, was living next door to his brother Jonas Washburn in Litchfield, Herkimer Co., NY, in the 1830 federal census,[293] but she was not found in the 1840 or 1850 federal censuses, and may have remarried. He had children, order uncertain, listed in the order given in his will:

a. Gardiner8 Washburn, born say ca. 1806, mentioned in his father’s 1830 will, marriage not found.

b. Lucretia8 Washburn, born supposedly on 8 Mar. 1808 in Herkimer Co., NY,[294] married (___) Roberts before the 1830 will of her father.

c. Caroline8 Washburn, born supposedly on 1 Apr. 1810 in Herkimer Co., NY,[295] married Almer Warren, who was born ca. 1806 in NY.[296] They were living in Litchfield, Herkimer Co., NY, in the 1830,[297] and 1840 federal censuses,[298] in German Flatts, Herkimer Co., NY, in the 1850 federal census, where he was a mason,[299] and in Phelps, Ontario Co., NY, in the 1860 federal census, where he was a stone mason.[300] She died on 31 Mar. 1867 in Phelps, NY,[301] and he died intestate in 1879 in Tecumseh, Lenawee Co., MI,[302] was they were both buried in Resthaven Cemetery in Phelps, NY. Bert L. Warren, of the Town of Phelps, Ontario Co., NY, was granted administration of the estate of Almer Warren, late of the Village of Tecumseh, Lenawee Co., MI, on 2 Oct. 1879.[303]

d. Harriet8 A. Washburn, born supposedly on 4 Oct. 1814 in Herkimer Co., NY,[304] married (___) Hurd before the 1830 will of her father.

e. Mathew Washburn, born supposedly on 6 Oct. 1812 in Herkimer Co., NY,[305] mentioned in his father’s 1830 will, marriage not found.

f. Ruth8 Washburn, born supposedly on 17 Mar. 1818 in Herkimer Co., NY,[306] supposedly married Dudley Day on 1 Mar. 1837 in Herkimer Co., NY.[307] He was supposedly born on 3 May 1809 in West Winfield, Herkimer Co., NY.[308] They were living in Winfield, Herkimer Co., NY, in the 1840,[309] 1850,[310] and 1860 federal censuses,[311] where he was a farmer.

g. Rebecca8 “Becky” W. Washburn, born supposedly on 9 Apr. 1820 in Herkimer Co., NY,[312] supposedly married Hazard Burnham in 1839 in Herkimer Co., NY.[313] They were possibly living in Raisin, Lenawee Co., MI, in the 1850 federal census, where he was a farmer.[314] She supposedly died on 24 Feb. 1864.[315]

h. Sarah Washburn, born say ca. 1823 in Herkimer Co., NY.

i. Huldah Washburn, born say ca. 1825 in Herkimer Co., NY.

j. (Supposedly) John Washburn (Jr.), born on 15 Dec. 1827 in Herkimer Co., NY, died on 9 Sept. 1828.[316]

k. Curtiss Washburn, born say ca. 1829 in Herkimer Co., NY, mentioned in his father’s 1830 will.

        2535   iii   Abigail7 Washburn, born on 19 June 1781 in Brookfield,[317] married Solomon Dewing (Jr.), son of Solomon and Lydia (Pickard) Dewing, of Brookfield,[318] on 19 May 1808 in Brookfield.[319] He was born on 28 Jan. 1780 in Brook­field.[320] They were living in Brookfield, MA, in the 1810,[321] and 1820 federal censuses,[322] and in Litchfield, Herkimer Co., NY, in the 1840 federal census.[323] They were living with their son George Dewing in Litchfield, NY, in the 1850 federal census.[324] She died on 30 Jan. 1857 in Litchfield, NY, aged 75 years,[325] and he was still living with his son George Dewing in Litchfield, NY, in the 1860 federal census. He died on 2 Feb. 1869 in Litchfield, NY, aged 90 years, 7 days,[326] and they were both buried in Jerusalem Hill Cemetery in Litchfield, NY, but no probate records were filed for his estate in Herkimer Co., NY. Abigail Washburn and Solomon Dewing supposedly had children:

a. Polly W. Dewing, born on 25 Mar. 1809 in Brookfield, MA,[327] apparently never married. She was still unmarried and living with her parents and brother George Dewing in Litchfield, NY, in the 1850 and 1860 federal censuses. She died on 28 June 1862 in Litchfield, NY, aged 53 years, 3 months, 3 days,[328] and was buried in Jerusalem Hill Cemetery in Litchfield, NY.

b. Rejoice Dewing, born on 16 Nov. 1810 in Brookfield,[329] married Eli Crosby, of Litchfield, NY, son of Joseph Crosby,[330] after 1840. He was born on 26 Oct. 1795 in Litchfield, Herkimer Co., NY.[331] They were living in Litchfield, Herkimer Co., NY, in the 1850,[332] and 1870 federal censuses,[333] where he was a farmer, but they probably had no children. He died on 15 Oct. 1877,[334] and she was living with her brother George Dewing in Litchfield, NY, in the 1880 federal census. She died a widow on 10 Nov. 1900,[335] and they were both buried in Jerusalem Hill Cemetery in Litchfield, NY.

c. Abigail Dewing, born on 4 July 1812 in Brookfield,[336] died on 15 May 1828 in Litchfield, NY,[337] and was buried in Jerusalem Hill Cemetery in Litchfield, NY.

d. Persis Dewing, born on 27 Feb. 1814 in Brookfield,[338] married Timothy Augustine Smith Snow, supposedly son of Timothy and Zilpah (Howard) Snow,[339] on 1 Nov. 1832 in Litchfield, NY.[340] He was born on 19 June 1810, supposedly in Litchfield, NY.[341] They were living in Paris, Oneida Co., NY, in the 1850 federal census, where he was a carpenter,[342] and in Buffalo, Erie Co., NY, in the 1860 federal census, where his surname was recorded as “Swan,”[343] and the 1870 federal census.[344] She died on 15 Aug. 1873 in Buffalo, NY,[345] and he died on 2 July 1875 in Buffalo, NY,[346] and they were both buried in Forest Lawn Cemetery in Buffalo, NY.

e. George Dewing, born on 18 July 1816 in Brookfield,[347] married Mary Ann Ball on 4 Oct. 1842.[348] She was born on 4 Aug. 1817 in NY.[349] They were living in Litchfield, Herkimer Co., NY, in the 1850 federal census, where he was a farmer, and his parents were living with them,[350] in the 1860 federal census, where his widowed father was still living with them,[351] and in the 1870,[352] and 1880 federal censuses.[353] He died on 16 Mar. 1889 in Litchfield, NY,[354] and she died on 9 Sept. 1893 in Litchfield, NY,[355] and they were both buried in Jerusalem Hill Cemetery in Litchfield, NY. They had children:

1. Sarah “Annie” Leanna Dewing, born ca. 1845 in NY,[356] was still unmarried and living with her parents in Litchfield, NY, in the 1870 federal census.

2. Luella “Nellie” M. Dewing, born on 13 Feb. 1847 in NY,[357] never married. She was still unmarried and living with her parents in Litchfield, NY, in the 1870 and 1880 federal censuses, and she died on 17 May 1895 in Litchfield, NY,[358] and was buried in Jerusalem Hill Cemetery in Litchfield, NY.

3. William “Willie” H. Dewing, born ca. 1858 in NY,[359] was still unmarried and living with his parents in Litchfield, NY, in the 1880 federal census.

f. Horatio A. Dewing, born on 3 Dec. 1818 in Brookfield,[360] died on 16 Dec. 1844 in Litchfield, NY, aged 26 years, 13 days,[361] and was buried in Jerusalem Hill Cemetery in Litchfield, NY.

        2536   iv   Josiah7 Washburn, born on 5 Mar. 1783 in Brookfield,[362] married Rebekah Barstow on 14 Dec. 1806 in Brookfield.[363] Children not found. They also moved to Litchfield, Herkimer Co., NY. They were living in Litchfield, Herkimer Co., NY, in the 1810 federal census,[364] but he was not a head of household in Herkimer Co., NY, in the 1820 federal census, and there were not probate records for his estate in Herkimer Co., NY.

        2537    v   (Unnamed child), died in Apr. 1786 in Brookfield.[365]

        2538   vi   Jonas7 Washburn, born on 23 Apr. 1787 in Brookfield,[366] married Polly Clements on 4 Apr. 1810 in Petersham, MA,[367] and they also moved to Litchfield, Herkimer Co., NY. He was living in Litchfield, Herkimer Co., NY, in the 1830,[368] and 1840 federal censuses.[369] She died on 26 July 1845 in Litchfield, NY,[370] and he was living with his son Edward V. Washburn in Litchfield, NY, in the 1850 federal census, a mason. He died on 12 Feb. 1852 in Litchfield, NY, aged 63 [sic] years,[371] and they were both buried in Jerusalem Hill Cemetery in Litchfield, NY, but no probate records were filed for his estate in Herkimer Co., NY. Jonas Washburn and Polly Clements had at least one son:

a. Edward8 Vining Washburn, born on 24 June 1810 in Petersham, MA,[372] married Sarah “Sally” Kendall. She was born on 18 Nov. 1813,[373] and they lived in Litchfield, NY. They were living in Litchfield, Herkimer Co., NY, in the 1840 federal census, where he was a farmer,[374] the 1850 federal census, where he was a mason,[375] the 1860 federal census, where he was a farmer & mason,[376] and the 1870,[377] and 1880 federal censuses,[378] where he was a stone mason. She died on 20 Mar. 1892 in Litchfield, NY,[379] and he died on 11 Apr. 1895 in Litchfield, Herkimer Co., NY,[380] and they were both buried in Jerusalem Hill Cemetery in Litchfield, NY, but no probate records were filed for his estate in Herkimer Co., NY. They had at least two sons:

1. Gilbert9 Foster Washburn, born ca. 1845 in NY,[381] supposedly died in 1912.[382]

2. Charles9 E. Washburn, born in 1855 in Litchfield, Herkimer Co., NY,[383] supposedly married Alice Trent Howarth in 1885.[384] She was born ca. 1862 in Utica, Oneida Co., NY.[385] He died on 7 Apr. 1935 in Skaneateles, Onondaga Co., NY,[386] and she died on 14 Sept. 1938 in Skaneateles, NY,[387] and they were both buried in Lake View Cemetery in Skaneateles, Onondaga Co., NY.

b. (Possibly others)

        2539  vii   Bethuel7 Washburn, born on 11 July 1790 in Brookfield,[388] he chose John Edmonds as his guardian on 23 Oct. 1810,[389] and he mar­ried Eunice Gifford in ca. 1813.[390] She was born on 27 Aug. 1792.[391] They moved to Ellisburgh, Jefferson Co., NY. He was living in Ellisburgh, Jefferson Co., NY, in the 1820,[392] and 1830 federal censuses,[393] where he was a farmer. He died testate in 1831 in Ellisburgh, Jefferson Co., NY,[394] his will dated 11 Feb. 1831 mentioned his unnamed wife, son Albert, daughter Sarah, son Gardner, son Dwite, son James, and son Joel, he named his wife and James Gifford Jr. as executors of his estate.[395] James Gifford Jr. was granted administration of his estate on 23 Dec. 1831.[396] (See Appendix [D] for a full transcription of his will.) Bethuel Washburn and Eunice Gifford had chil­dren:

a. John8 Albert Washburn, born on 11 Oct. 1814,[397] called Albert in the 1831 will father, married Celestine Jeanette Penny[398] in ca. 1837.[399] She was born on 31 Dec. 1817.[400] They were living in Lorraine, Jefferson Co., NY, in the 1850,[401] and 1860 federal censuses,[402] and in Adams, Jefferson Co., NY, in the 1870,[403] and 1880 federal censuses, where he was a farmer.[404] She died on 12 Dec. 1893 in Adams, Jefferson Co., NY,[405] and he died testate on 20 June 1895 in Adams, NY,[406] and they were both buried in Adams Rural Cemetery in Adams, NY, his will dated 10 Jan. 1894, and probated on 27 June 1895, mentions his sons George B., and Wilfred A., daughter Althea T. Porter, and granddaughter Katie M. Gifford, only child of Adelaide Gifford, deceased, and he named his son George B. Washburn as executor of his estate.[407] (See Appendix [E] for a full transcription of his will.) They had children:

1. George9 B. Washburn, born on 15 Sept. 1838 in NY,[408] married 1.) Harriet/Harriette Ann Babcock in 1859.[409] She was born ca. 1836 in NY.[410] They were living in a hotel in Richland, Oswego Co., NY, in the 1870 federal census, where he was a railroad agent.[411] She died by 1878, and he remarried to 2.) Mary Cox in 1878.[412] She was born on 14 July 1850 in Ireland.[413] They were living in Richland, Oswego Co., NY, in the 1880 federal census, where he was a merchant.[414] He was named as executor of his father’s estate in 1895. He died on 20 May 1921 in Adams, NY,[415] and she died on 16 July 1929 in Adams,[416] and they were both buried in Adams Rural Cemetery, Adams, NY. He had at least two sons by Harriet Ann Babcock:

a. Brenton G. Washburn, born ca. 1861 in NY.[417]

b. Albert10 D. Washburn, born ca. 1866 in NY,[418] married Lillah Moore on 3 May 1890. He died on 25 Feb. 1911.[419]

2. Adelaide9 “Addie” Washburn, born ca. 1840,[420] married (___) Gifford, and died before 1880, leaving one daughter:

a. Katie M. Gifford, born ca. 1866 in MI,[421] was living with her grandparents John A. and Celestine J. Washburn in Adams, Jefferson Co., NY, in the 1880 federal census, mentioned in the 1894 will of her grandfather, John A. Washburn.

3. Althea9 T. Washburn, born ca. 1843 in NY,[422] married Alonzo Porter before her father’s 1894 will. They were living in Adams, Jefferson Co., NY, in the 1870 federal census, where he was a baggage master at the railroad,[423] and the 1880 federal census, where he was a tin smith.[424] She had a daughter:

a. Minnie Porter, born ca. 1867 in NY.[425]

4. Wilfred/Wilford9 A. Washburn, born on 5 Dec. 1857 in NY,[426] mentioned in his father’s 1894 will, married Emily “Lillie” A. Pease. She was born on 1 May 1861,[427] and died on 29 July 1918 in Adams, NY.[428] He died on 15 Dec. 1933 in Adams, NY,[429] and they were both buried in Adams Rural Cemetery in Adams, NY.

b. Sarah8 L. Washburn, born on 1 Mar. 1817,[430] mentioned in the 1831 will of her father, married Volney Lewis, and moved to Columbia, Lorain Co., Ohio, before 1840. He was born on 28 May 1815 in NY.[431] They were living in Columbia, Lorain Co., OH, in the 1840,[432] 1850,[433] and 1860 federal censuses,[434] where he was a farmer, he was listed as Lewis Volney in Columbia, OH, in the 1870 federal census,[435] and as Volney Lewis in Columbia, OH, in the 1880 federal census.[436] She died on 29 Jan. 1892 in Columbia, Lorain Co., OH,[437] and he died on 5 May 1893 in Columbia, OH,[438] and they were both buried in Columbia Center Cemetery in Columbia, OH. They had children, order uncertain:

1. Lucinda D. Lewis, born on 12 Aug. 1838 in OH,[439] married Mark Adams, of Columbia, Lorain Co., OH,[440] son of William and Lovisa (Clark) Adams,[441] in ca. 1860. He was born on 11 May 1839.[442] They were living in Columbia, Lorain Co., OH, in the 1860 federal census, where he was a farmer,[443] and in Strongsville, Cuyahoga Co., OH, in the 1870 federal census, where he was a farmer.[444] She died on 27 Feb. 1905 in Columbia, OH,[445] and he died on 6 Feb. 1918 in Columbia, OH,[446] and they were both buried in Columbia Center Cemetery in Columbia, OH.

2. Henry J. Lewis, died on 31 July 1843 in Columbia, Lorain Co., OH,[447] and was buried with his parents in Columbia Center Cemetery in Columbia, OH.

3. Albert W. Lewis, died on 21 Aug. 1843 in Columbia, Lorain Co., OH,[448] and was also buried with his parents in Columbia Center Cemetery in Columbia, OH.

4. Mary E./Maryette Lewis, born ca. 1844 in Columbia, OH.[449]

5. Alfred Monroe Lewis, born on 31 May 1847 in Columbia, Lorain Co., OH,[450] married 1.) Adelia Harrington, daughter of Richard P. and Harriet (Adams) Harrington,[451] on 2 May 1868 in Lorain Co., OH.[452] She was born ca. 1845 in Columbia, Lorain Co., OH.[453] They were living in Strongsville, Cuyahoga Co., OH, in the 1870 federal census, where he was a farmer,[454] and in Columbia, Lorain Co., OH, in the 1880 federal census, where he was a farmer.[455] She died in 1892 in Pierpont, Ashtabula Co., OH,[456] and was buried in Evergreen Cemetery in Pierpont, OH. He remarried to Jeanette “Nettie” (Hulbert) Bliss, daughter of Henry and Martha Ann (Warren) Hulbert, and widow of Austin Jerome Bliss,[457] on 8 Oct. 1909 in Thompson, Geauga Co., OH.[458] She was born ca. 1851 in Thompson, OH,[459] and died on 2 Dec. 1911 in Crawford, Roger Mills Co., OK,[460] but was buried in Maple Grove Cemetery in Thompson, Geauga Co., OH. He died on 8 Apr. 1920 in Pierpont, Ashtabula Co., OH,[461] and was buried with his first wife in Evergreen Cemetery in Pierpont, OH.

6. Volney/Charles E. Lewis, born on 11 Apr. 1850 in Columbia, OH,[462] married Hattie L. Osborne on 18 Mar. 1870 in Lorain Co., OH.[463] She was born on 15 Apr. 1850,[464] and died on 19 Jan. 1899 in Columbia, OH.[465] He died on 6 Jan. 1916 in Columbia, OH,[466] and they were both buried in Columbia Center Cemetery in Columbia, OH.

7. Franklin “Frank” J. Lewis, born ca. 1854 in Columbia, OH,[467] married Flora E. Hathaway on 15 Feb. 1875 in Lorain Co., OH.[468] She was born in 1855.[469] He died in 1923,[470] and she died in 1928,[471] and they were both buried in Columbia Center Cemetery in Columbia, OH.

c. Lyman8 Gardner Washburn, born on 9 May 1820 in NY,[472] called Gardner in the 1831 will of his father, married Esther Amaret Doane, daughter of Daniel and Esther (Penny) Doane,[473] in 1840. She was born on 15 May 1820 in Jefferson Co., NY.[474] They apparently moved to Canada West, and then to Dodge Co., WI, before 1850. They were living in Portland, Dodge Co., WI, in the 1850 federal census, where he was a farmer,[475] and they moved to Plainview, Wabasha Co., MN, in 1855.[476] He died on 14 Sept. 1859 in Plainview, MN, aged 40 years, 4 months, 5 days,[477] and was buried in Greenwood Cemetery in Plainview, MN. She was living with their children in Plainview, Wabasha Co., MN, in the 1860,[478] and 1870 federal censuses,[479] and with her son Gardner S. Washburn in Plainview, MN, in the 1880 federal census. She died on 11 Mar. 1906 in Plainview, MN, aged 86 years, 9 months, 26 days,[480] and was also buried in Greenwood Cemetery, in Plainview, MN. They had chil­dren:

1. Gardner9 Selden Washburn, born ca. 1842 in NY,[481] was still unmarried and living with his widowed mother in Plainview, MN, in the 1870 federal census, where he was a farmer, married Julia Pierce before 1880. She was born ca. 1841 in VT.[482] They were living in Plainview, Wabasha Co., MN, in the 1880 federal census, where he was a farmer, and his widowed mother and brother Clayton were living with them.[483] He died on 4 Nov. 1889 in Plainview, MN, aged 48 years,[484] and she died on 1 Apr. 1918 in Plainview, MN, aged 77 years,[485] and they were both buried in Greenwood Cemetery in Plainview, MN.

2. Esther9 Amaret Washburn, born ca. 1845 in Canada West,[486] married Corp. Thaddeus Parr.[487] He was born on 1 Jan. 1837,[488] and he served as a Corporal in Company G, the 20th Wisconsin Infantry during the Civil War.[489] They were living in Plainview, Wabasha Co., MN, in the 1870,[490] and 1880 federal censuses,[491] where he was a farmer. She died on 6 Dec. 1882 in Plainview, MN,[492] and he died on 17 Feb. 1923 in Plainview, MN,[493] and they were both buried in Greenwood Cemetery in Plainview, MN.

3. Helena9 C. Washburn, born on 23 Jan. 1849 in Canada West,[494] married Edmond Leonard Burton, of Dodge Center, Dodge Co., MN,[495] in 1868. He was born on 23 Oct. 1845 in DeKalb, St. Lawrence Co., NY.[496] They were living in Plainview, Wabasha Co., MN, in the 1880 federal census, where he was a farmer.[497] She died on 2 July 1921 in Dodge Center, Dodge Co., MN,[498] and he died on 3 Jan. 1928 in Dodge Center, MN,[499] and they were both buried in Riverside Cemetery in Dodge Center, MN.

4. Henry9 Theodore Washburn, born on 3 Apr. 1851 in Columbus, WI,[500] married Emma L. Crittendon, daughter of William M. and Harriet (Alexander) Crittendon, of Dover, MN,[501] on 30 May 1877.[502] She was born in Sept. 1852,[503] and they settled in Goodwin, Deuel Co., SD.[504] They were living in Goodwin, Deuel Co., Dakota Territory in the 1880 federal census.[505] She died on 24 Jan. 1924 in Goodwin, SD.[506] He died on 9 Apr. 1933 in Goodwin, SD,[507] and they were both buried in Goodwin Cemetery in Goodwin, SD. They had a daughter:

a. Hattie10 Ruth Washburn, born on 21 Apr. 1878,[508] died on 19 Aug. 1972 in Goodwin, SD,[509] and was buried in Goodwin Cemetery in Goodwin, SD.

5. Franklin9 D. Washburn, born on 14 Jan. 1853 in Elba, Dodge Co., WI,[510] married Lillian Josephine Welles, daughter of Franklin Adams and Sarah Elizabeth (Alexander) Welles,[511] on 30 June 1882.[512] She was born on 14 May 1859 in Manlius, Onondaga Co., NY.[513] They lived in Plainview, MN, where he was President of the Old Settlers’ Association of Greenwood Prairie.[514] She died on 21 May 1928 in Plainview, MN,[515] and he died on 12 Feb. 1941 in Wabasha Co., MN,[516] and they were both buried in Greenwood Cemetery in Plainview, MN. They had one son:

a. Dwight10 Welles Washburn, born on 19 Apr. 1886,[517] married Leoma G. Verhaag.[518]

6. James9 Brainerd Washburn, born on 12 Apr. 1855 in WI,[519] supposedly married Hertha Etta Finch in 1882, and moved to Wagon Mound, NM.[520] She was born on 26 Feb. 1861.[521] He died on 23 Aug. 1919 in Weld Co., CO,[522] and she died on 6 Sept. 1934 in Weld Co., CO,[523] and they were both buried in Eaton Cemetery in Eaton, CO. They had children:

a. Jennie10 Washburn, born on 24 May 1883,[524] married John Douglas Wilson. He was born on 3 Dec. 1881,[525] and died on 9 Dec. 1959 in Weld Co., CO.[526] She died on 18 May 1967 in Weld Co., CO,[527] and they were both buried in Eaton Cemetery in Eaton, CO.

b. James10 Brainerd Washburn Jr., born on 10 Feb. 1889,[528] served in the U.S. Navy from New Mexico in World War I,[529] and died on 25 May 1963 in Weld Co., CO,[530] and was buried in Eaton Cemetery in Eaton, CO.

c. (Probably others)

7. Clayton9 X. Washburn, born ca. 1858 in MN,[531] was still unmarried and living with his brother Gardner S. Washburn in Plainview, MN, in the 1880 federal census, a teacher, died on 28 Oct. 1882 in Plainview, MN, aged 24 years, 8 months, 17 days,[532] presumably unmarried, and was buried in Greenview Cemetery in Plainview, MN.

d. Dwight8 B. Washburn, born on 25 May 1821 in NY,[533] called Dwite in the 1831 will of his father, married Polly8 Washburn, daughter of (3552) John7 and Lucy (Fletcher) Washburn, in ca. 1843, and they settled in Jef­fer­son Co., NY. She was born ca. 1820 in NY,[534] a granddaughter of (1559) Isaac6 and Sarah (Egglestone) Washburn. They were living in Lorraine, Jefferson Co., NY, in the 1850 federal census, where he was a farmer, and her brother Isaac Washburn was living with them,[535] and they were still living in Lorraine, NY, in the 1860 federal census.[536] He probably died by 1870, but no probate records were filed for his estate in Jefferson Co., NY. She was still living in Lorrain, Jefferson Co., NY, in the 1870,[537] and 1880 federal censuses.[538] She was probably the Polly C. Washburn who died on 5 Jan. 1900, aged 78 years,[539] and was buried in Adams Rural Cemetery in Adams, NY. They had chil­dren:

1. Henry9 G. Washburn, born on 8 Oct. 1844 in Jeffer­son Co., NY,[540] was still unmarried and living with his widowed mother in Lorraine, NY, in the 1870 federal census, mar­ried Nancy Brown, of Lorraine, NY.[541] She was born ca. 1853 in NY.[542] They were living in Lorraine, Jefferson Co., NY, in the 1880 federal census, where he was a farmer.[543] He died on 6 May 1930,[544] and was buried in Adams Rural Cemetery in Adams, NY.

2. Mans9 V. V. Washburn, born on 25 Sept. 1846 in Jefferson Co., NY, served as a Private in Company F or P, 1st New York Cavalry, on 17 Sept. 1863 during the Civil War, was wounded in 1864 at Leetown, VA,[545] “died early,”[546] and was buried in Adams Rural Cemetery in Adams, NY.[547]

3. Lena9 Jeanette Washburn, born on 10 May 1850 in Jefferson Co., NY,[548] supposedly married George McCumber, of Lorraine, NY.[549] They were not found in Lorraine, NY, in the 1870 or 1880 federal censuses.

4. Charles9 M. Washburn, born on 24 July 1853 in Jefferson Co., NY,[550] was called “idiotic” and “disabled” in the 1880 federal census, died on 24 Dec. 1902, aged 49 years,[551] and was buried in Adams Rural Cemetery in Adams, NY.

5. Emma9 F. Washburn, born on 16 Nov. 1857 in Jefferson Co., NY,[552] married Eu­gene E. Allen, of Lorraine, NY,[553] son of Elisha and Jane (Dixon) Allen,[554] in 1880. He was born on 16 Dec. 1854 in Allendale, NY.[555] They were living with his parents in Lorraine, Jefferson Co., NY, in the 1880 federal census, where he was a farm laborer.[556] He died on 17 Mar. 1915 in Adams, NY, aged 61 years,[557] and she died on 13 Nov. 1942 in Adams, NY, aged 85 years,[558] and they were both buried in Adams Rural Cemetery in Adams, NY.

e. James8 A. Washburn, born on 19 Aug. 1827,[559] mentioned in the 1831 will of his father, married Cathrine Anne Davis, daughter of David and Mary (Thomas) Davis,[560] in 1857 in Portland, Dodge Co., WI.[561] She was born supposedly on 3 June 1825 in Newtown, Montgomeryshire, Wales.[562] They were living in Elgin, Wabasha Co., MN, in the 1860 federal census, where he was a farmer,[563] and in Preston Lake, Renville Co., MN, in the 1870,[564] and 1880  federal censuses,[565] where he was a farmer. He supposedly died on 19 May 1907 in Loman, Koochiching Co., MN,[566] and she supposedly died on 3 May 1920 in Hopkins, Hennepin Co., MN.[567] They had chil­dren:

1. Martha Lydia Louise9 Washburn, born in Sept. 1859 in Wabasha Co., MN,[568] was still unmarried and living with her parents in Preston Lake, MN, in the 1880 federal census, supposedly married John Reed on 23 Sept. 1896 in Renville Co., MN.[569] She supposedly died on 17 Jan. 1936 in Hennepin co., MN,[570] or on 19 Aug. 1947 in Hennepin Co., MN,[571] and he supposedly died on 30 Mar. 1944 in Hennepin Co., MN.[572]

2. Katherine9 “Katie” Alice Washburn, born on 27 June 1860 in Wabasha Co., MN,[573] supposedly married Lewis H. Shriener, son of Adam and Louisa (Rietz) Shreiner, in 1887.[574] He was born on 9 Aug. 1863 in Clay, Tuscarawas Co., OH,[575] and died on 9 Feb. 1937.[576] She supposedly died on 28 Mar. 1963 in Fergus Falls, Otter Tail Co., MN.[577]

3. Mary9 Susan Washburn, born on 28 Apr. 1862 in Wabasha Co., MN,[578] supposedly died on 22 Dec. 1931 in Onamia, Mille Lacs Co., MN.[579]

4. Herbert9 “Bert” E. Washburn, born in Apr. 1864 in Plainview, Wabasha Co., MN,[580] married Laura J. Arnold, daughter of Thomas Clinton and Sarah Snow (Chase) Arnold.[581] She was born ca. 1867 in WI.[582] He supposedly died on 13 Jan. 1955 in Clackamas, Clackamas Co., OR.[583]

5. Eunice9 Sarah Washburn, born on 8 Apr. 1867 in Plainview, Wabasha Co., MN,[584] supposedly died on 30 Jan. 1951 in Multnomah, OR.[585]

f. Joel G. Washburn, born on 27 June 1830,[586] mentioned in the 1831 will of his father, marriage not found.

        2540 viii   Polly Washburn, born on 22 Mar. 1792 in Brookfield,[587] supposedly died in 1808. No guardian was appointed for her in 1810 after her father died.

        2541   ix   Orpha7 Washburn, born on 30 Jan. 1796 in Brookfield,[588] she chose John Edmonds as her guardian was on 23 Oct. 1810,[589] and she mar­ried Isaac Denny Thomp­son, son of John and Pamelia (Barnes) Thomson, of New Braintree,[590] on 20 Sept. 1812 in Brookfield.[591] He was born on 24 Nov. 1790 in New Braintree.[592] Chil­dren not found. They also moved to Litchfield, Herkimer Co., NY, where she died on 10 Mar. 1828, aged 32 years,[593] and was buried in Jerusalem Hill Cemetery in Litchfield, NY. He died on 1 or 4 June 1874 in Putnam, Livingston Co., MI,[594] and was buried in Pinckney Cemetery in Pinckney, MI.

 

 

(947.) Huldah6 “Huldy” Washburn, second daughter of (358) Josiah5 Washburn (Jr.), (110) Josiah4, (56) John3 (6th), (43) John2 (5th), (28) John1 (4th); born in Bridgewater, MA, on 5 Jan. 1756,[595] mar­ried Solo­mon Bartlett, son of Obadiah and Rebecca (Adams) Bartlett, of Brookfield, Worcester Co., MA,[596] on 10 June 1781 in Bridgewater,[597] and they also settled in Brookfield, MA. He was born on 12 Feb. 1757 in Brookfield,[598] a grandson of Thomas and Mary (Bartlett) Bartlett, of Brookfield,[599] and of Benjamin and Persis (Potter) Adams, of Brookfield.[600] They were living in Brookfield, MA, in the 1790 federal census.[601]

         Huldah (Washburn) Bartlett died in ca. 1792, and Solomon Bartlett remarried to Mercy Olds, possibly daughter of Comfort and Abigail (Barnes) Olds, of Brookfield,[602] on 6 Jan. 1793 in Brookfield,[603] by whom he had at least two more daughters, and one more son.[604] She was born on 2 Jan. 1763 in Brookfield,[605] and they moved to Orange Co., VT. They were living in Newbury, Orange Co., VT, in the 1800,[606] and 1810 federal censuses.[607] She died on 13 Nov. 1811 in Orange, VT, aged 48 years,[608] and he remarried again to Contentment “Content” Tinkham on 20 Feb. 1814 in Barre, VT.[609] She was born ca. 1771.[610] They moved to Plainfield, Washington Co., VT. She died on 20 Aug. 1819 in Plainfield, VT, aged 48 years,[611] and was buried in Plainfield Center Cemetery in Plainfield, VT. He remarried again to Susannah (___), who was born ca. July 1760 in NH.[612] They were living in Plainfield, Washington Co., VT, in the 1820 federal census,[613] but back in Newbury, Orange Co., VT, in the 1830,[614] and 1840 federal censuses.[615] He died on 26 Apr. 1848 in Plainfield, VT,[616] and she was living with the family of her step-son Levi Bartlett in Plainfield, VT, in the 1850 federal census.[617] She died on 27 Sept. 1858 in Plainfield, VT, aged 98 years, 2 months,[618] they were both buried in Plainfield Center Cemetery in Plainfield, VT.

         Huldah Washburn and Solomon Bartlett had children:

        2542     i   Darius Bartlett, born on 3 Mar. 1783 in Brookfield, MA,[619] supposedly died on 14 May 1809 in Plainfield, Washington Co., VT.[620]

        2543    ii   Thomas Bartlett, born on 15 Feb. 1785 in Brookfield,[621] supposedly died on 27 Dec. 1805.[622]

        2544   iii   Chauncey Bartlett, born on 1 Oct. 1788 in Brookfield,[623] married Mehitabel Curtis,[624] daughter of William Curtis.[625] She was born on 9 Sept. 1785 in Bethel, Windsor Co., VT.[626] They were living in Orange, Orange Co., VT, in the 1810,[627] and 1820 federal censuses,[628] and in Plainfield, Washington Co., VT, in the 1830,[629] 1840 federal censuses, where he was a farmer,[630] with the family of their son Thomas Bartlet in Plainfield, VT, in the 1850 federal census,[631] with the family of their son Chauncy Bartlett Jr. in Plainfield, VT, in the 1860 federal census,[632] and back with the family of their son Thomas Bartlett in Plainfield, VT, in 1870 federal census.[633] She died on 9 Mar. 1871 in Plainfield, VT, aged 85 years,[634] and he died on 24 Mar. 1874 in Plainfield, VT,[635] and they were both buried in Plainfield Center Cemetery in Plainfield, VT. They had children:

a. Fanny Bartlett, born ca. 1803,[636] died on 19 Aug. 1821 in Plainfield, VT, aged 18 years.[637]

b. Susan Bartlett, born ca. 1808,[638] died on 13 Apr. 1813 in Plainfield, VT, aged 4 years.[639]

c. Joel Bartlett, born on 12 July 1812 in Orange, Orange Co., VT,[640] died on 9 Jan. 1837 in Plainfield, VT,[641] and was buried in Plainfield Center Cemetery in Plainfield, VT.

d. William C. Bartlett, born on 13 Aug. 1814 in Orange, VT,[642] married Clarissa Howland on 29 June 1839 in Orange, VT.[643] She was born on 18 Sept. 1816 in VT.[644] They were living in Montpelier, Washington Co., VT, in the 1850 federal census, where he was a laborer,[645] in Marshfield, Washington Co., VT, in the 1860 federal census,[646] and in Plainfield, Washington Co., VT, in the 1870 federal census, where he was a farmer.[647] He died on 17 Aug. 1896 in Plainfield, VT,[648] and she died on 9 July 1901 in Plainfield, VT,[649] and they were both buried in Plainfield Village Cemetery in Plainfield, VT.

e. Sarah Bartlett, born on 17 May 1816 in Orange, VT,[650] married Elias Keyes Gladding, son of Josiah and Hannah Gladding, in ca. 1838.[651] He was born on 15 July 1813 in Randolph, Orange Co., VT.[652] They were living in Granville, Addison Co., VT, in the 1840 federal census,[653] in Orange, Orange Co., VT, in the 1860 federal census,[654] and in Plainfield, Washington Co., VT, in the 1870 federal census.[655] She died on 8 Apr. 1889 in Plainfield, VT,[656] and he died on 10 Apr. 1889 in Orange Co., VT,[657] and they were both buried in Plainfield Village Cemetery in Plainfield, VT.

f. Chauncey Bartlett (Jr.), born ca. 1818 in Orange, VT,[658] married Nancy D. Pitkin, daughter of Anson and Hannah Pitkin, on 23 June 1841 in Plainfield, VT.[659] She was born on 22 Oct. 1816 in Danville, Caledonia Co, VT.[660] They were living in Plainfield, Washington Co., VT, in the 1850,[661] and 1860 federal censuses,[662] where he was a farmer and his parents and brother Mark P. Bartlett were living with them, and the 1870 federal census, where he was a farm laborer.[663] She supposedly died on 21 Apr. 1881 in Plainfield, VT,[664] and he supposedly died on 5 Feb. 1894 in Plainfield, VT.[665]

g. Thomas Pearce Bartlett, born ca. Aug. 1820 in Orange, VT,[666] married 1.) Rosalinda A. Chadwick on 7 Mar. 1843 in Bethel, VT.[667] She was born ca. 1822 in Randolph, VT,[668] and died on 17 Oct. 1848 in Plainfield, VT,[669] and was buried in Plainfield Center Cemetery in Plainfield, VT. He remarried to 2.) Martha A. Page, daughter of Mark Morse and Betsey (Stevens) Page,[670] on 8 Apr. 1849 in Plainfield, VT.[671] She was born on 6 Sept. 1832 in Plainfield, VT.[672] They were living in Plainfield, Washington Co., VT, in the 1850 federal census, where he was a farmer, and his parents were living with them,[673] in Marshfield, Washington Co., VT, in the 1860 federal census,[674] and back in Plainfield, VT, in the 1870 federal census.[675] She died on 28 July 1883 in Plainfield, VT, aged 51 years, 10 months,[676] and was also buried in Plainfield Cemetery in Plainfield, VT. He remarried again to 3.) Daphne E. (Lull) Brown on 16 Aug. 1884 in Plainfield, VT.[677] She died on 19 Oct. 1901 in Plainfield, VT,[678] and he died on 26 Nov. 1906 in Plainfield, VT, aged 86 years, 3 months,[679] and was also buried in Plainfield Center Cemetery in Plainfield, VT.

h. Levi C. Bartlett, born ca. May 1822 in Plainfield, VT,[680] married Mary Jane Colby,[681] daughter of Moses Colby, on 11 July 1846 in Plainfield, VT.[682] She was born on 11 Mar. 1827 in Plainfield, VT.[683] They were living in Plainfield, Washington Co., VT, in the 1850 federal census,[684] where he was a farmer, but they were not found in Washington Co., VT, in the 1860 federal census. He died on 26 Aug. 1866 in Plainfield, VT, aged 44 years, 3 months,[685] and she died on 21 Mar. 1878 in Plainfield, VT, aged 51 years,[686] and they were both buried in Plainfield Center Cemetery in Plainfield, VT.

i. Fanny Bartlett, born ca. 1823 in Plainfield, VT,[687] died on 25 Mar. 1833 in Plainfield, VT, aged 9 years,[688] and was buried in Plainfield Center Cemetery in Plainfield, VT.

j. Mark P. Bartlett, born ca. 1826 in Plainfield, VT,[689] was still unmarried and living with his parents in the house of his brother Thomas Bartlet in the 1850 federal census,[690] married 1.) Cornelia M. Benjamin, daughter of William Abner and Sarah (Whitehorn) Benjamin,[691] on 14 May 1855 in Plainfield, VT.[692] She was born on ca. 16 July 1837,[693] and died on 25 Jan. 1860 in Plainfield, VT, aged 23 years, 6 months, 9 days,[694] and was buried in Plainfield Center Cemetery in Plainfield, VT. He was living with his brother Chauncy Bartlett in Plainfield, Washington Co., VT, in the 1860 federal census, where he was a day laborer.[695] He remarried to 2.) Betsey R. (Slack) McIntire, daughter of Artemas Slack, and widow of Arva B. McIntire,[696] on 6 Mar. 1861 in Randolph, Orange Co., VT.[697] They were living in Bethel, Windsor Co., VT, in the 1870 federal census, with the family of J. G. and Eliza Buckman, where he was a farmer.[698] He died on 20 Apr. 1885 in Plainfield, VT, aged 59 years,[699] and was also buried in Plainfield Center Cemetery in Plainfield, VT.

k. (Possibly) John Perry Bartlett, born ca. 1831 in Orange, VT.[700]

l. Susan B. Bartlett, born ca. 1832,[701] died on 3 Apr. 1833 in Plainfield, VT, aged 1 year,[702] and was buried in Plainfield Center Cemetery in Plainfield, VT.

        2545   iv   Joel Bartlett, baptized on 25 May 1792 in Brookfield,[703] supposedly died on 7 Nov. 1820.[704]

 

 

(948.) Salmon6 Washburn, third son of (358) Josiah5 Washburn (Jr.), (110) Josiah4, (56) John3 (6th), (43) John2 (5th), (28) John1 (4th); born in Bridgewater, MA, on 25 Nov. 1757,[705] married Hannah Orcutt, daughter of Joseph and Deborah (Pratt) Orcutt,[706] on 8 or 15 Sept. 1785 in Bridgewater.[707] She was a granddaughter of Ichabod and Milicent Orcutt, and of David and Joanna (Allen) Pratt, of East Bridgewater.[708] They were living in Bridgewater, MA, in the 1790 federal census,[709] and probably the 1800,[710] 1810,[711] and 1820 federal censuses.[712]

         Salmon Washburn died on 2 July 1829 in Bridgewater, aged 72 [sic] years, of “intemperance,”[713] and Hannah (Orcutt) Washburn possibly died a pauper in Dec. 1837 in Bridgewater,[714] but no probate records were filed for either of their estates in Plymouth County.

         Salmon Washburn and Hannah Orcutt had children:[715]

        2546     i   Dr. Joseph7 Orcut Washburn, born on 30 Mar. 1786 in Bridgewater.[716] He does not appear in the household of Salmon Washburn in Bridgewater in the 1800 or 1810 federal censuses, but supposedly he moved to Maine,[717] and married Jane Drummond, daughter of James Drummond,[718] who was born ca. 1781 in ME.[719] They were living in Bristol, Lincoln Co., ME, in the 1820,[720] 1830,[721] 1840,[722] and 1850 federal censuses, where he was a physician.[723] He died on 14 Oct. 1854 in Bristol, ME, aged 68 years,[724] and she was still living in Bristol, ME, in the 1860 federal census.[725] She died on 21 Apr. 1865 in Bristol, ME, aged 87 years,[726] and they were both buried in Bristol Mills Cemetery in Bristol, ME. They supposedly had at least one daughter:

a. Mary8 P. Washburn, born on 16 Aug. 1811 in Bristol, ME,[727] married (___) Dockendorff. She was living with her parents in Bristol, ME, in the 1850 federal census, apparently a young widow, and with her widowed mother in Bristol, ME, in the 1860 federal census, but she was not found in the 1870 federal census. She died on 21 Sept. 1888 in Bristol, ME,[728] and was also buried in Bristol Mills Cemetery in Bristol, ME.

        2547    ii   Huldah7 Leonard Washburn, born on 23 June 1788 in Bridgewater,[729] married John6 Soule, of Middleborough, son of Capt. John5 and Joanna (Perkins) Soule, of Middleborough,[730] on 22 Sept. 1823 in Middleborough.[731] He was born on 10 Oct. 1787 in Middleborough,[732] a grandson of James4 and Deborah (Holmes) Soule.[733] They were living in Bridgewater, MA, in the 1830 federal census.[734] She died on 29 Oct. 1833 in Bridgewater, aged 45 years,[735] and was buried in the Old Graveyard in Bridgewater. He remarried to Betsey Tucker, daughter of Daniel and Susannah (Tomson) Tucker, of Middleborough,[736] on 9 Apr. 1835 in Bridgewater.[737] She was born on 16 June 1796 in Middleborough.[738] They were living in East Bridgewater, MA, in the 1840 federal census,[739] and in Bridgewater, MA, in the 1850 federal census, where he was a farmer.[740] He died on 14 Dec. 1851 in Bridgewater, aged 64 years, 2 months, 4 days,[741] but no probate records were filed for his estate, and Betsey (Tucker) Soule died a widow, intestate, on 27 Aug. 1864 in Middleborough, aged 67 years, 2 months, 11 days, of “congestion on brain,”[742] and Leonard C. Mitchell, of Middleborough, was granted administration of her estate on 26 Dec. 1864.[743] Huldah L. (Washburn) Soule had at least one son:

a. Joseph Washburn Soule, born on 30 Sept. 1824, died on 16 Dec. 1826 in Bridgewater, “aged 2 the 30th last Sept.”[744]

b. (Possibly others)

        2548   iii   Josiah7 Washburn, born on 22 July 1790 in Bridgewater.[745] He does not appear in his father’s household in the 1800 or 1810 federal census, but supposedly he “moved westward,”[746] mar­riage not found. He served as a private from Bridgewater in Capt. Isaac Keith’s Company, Lt. Col. Caleb Howard’s Plymouth County Regiment of Massachusetts Militia in the War of 1812.[747]

        2549   iv   Levina7 Washburn, born on 20 Nov. 1795 in Bridgewater,[748] married Eliab6 Thomson (Jr.), son of Eliab5 and Rachel (Thomson) Thomson/Tomson, of Halifax, MA,[749] on 20 June 1819 in Halifax.[750] He was born on 22 Feb. 1795 in Halifax,[751] a grandson of Peter4 and Rebecca4 (Thomas) Tomson, of Halifax.[752] She died in 1824, and he remarried to a Lydia Thomson, of Halifax, on 9 May 1826 in Halifax.[753] They were living next door to his father in Halifax, MA, in the 1830 federal census.[754] He died intestate in 1835 in Halifax, and Jabez P. Thomson was granted administration of his estate on 7 Apr. 1835.[755] Levina (Washburn) Thomson may have had a daughter:

a. (___) Thomson, born ca. 1820 in Halifax.[756]

        2550    v   Lewis Washburn, baptized on 5 Feb. 1797 in Bridgewater, died on 23 July 1800 in Bridgewater, aged 3 years.[757]

        2551   vi   Lucy7 Washburn, a twin, born on 23 June 1801 in Bridgewater,[758] died on 31 Jan. 1825 in Bridgewater, unmarried, aged 23 years, of “consumption.”[759]

        2552  vii   Dr. Lewis7 Washburn, a twin, born on 23 June 1801 in Bridgewater.[760] He does not appear in his father’s household in the 1810 federal census, but he was probably the male aged 16-25 living in his father’s household in the 1820 federal census, graduated from Brown University in 1826, and received a Medical Degree at Bowdoin College in 1833.[761] He married Lydia Ager/Agar, daughter of Benjamin and Relief (Dunbar) Agar, of Weymouth, MA,[762] on 5 Dec. 1833 in Weymouth.[763] She was born on 30 July 1806 in Weymouth.[764] They probably had no children, and he died on 4 Oct. 1834 in Weymouth, MA, aged 33 years.[765] She remarried to Wells Lathrop, of Springfield, MA, son of Joseph and Rowena Lathrop,[766] in 1836.[767] He was born on 25 Feb. 1795 in Wilbraham, MA,[768] and died on 12 Apr. 1871 in South Hadley, MA, aged 76 years, 1 month, 18 days, of “chronic age.”[769] She died a widow on 24 July 1896 in Williamstown, Berkshire Co., MA, aged 89 years, 11 months, 25 days, of pneumonia and old age.[770]

        2553 viii   Deborah7 Pratt Washburn, born on 7 Dec. 1804 in Bridgewater,[771] died on 31 July 1825 in Bridgewater, aged 20 years, of “consumption.”[772]

 

 

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    [1] Vital Records of Bridgewater, Massachusetts, To the Year 1850, New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, MA, 1916, 2 Volumes, [hereinafter Bridgewater VRs], Vol. 1, p. 326.

    [2] Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War, Vol. XVI, p. 659.

    [3] Heitman, Francis B., Historical Register of Officers of the Continental Army During the War of the Revolution, Washington, DC, 1914, p. 571.

    [4] Kelly, Arthur, Marriage Records of Albany Reformed Church, Kinship Publications, 1988, item #2026, which gives her name only as “Gerritjie Bratt;” Marriage Records of the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York, 1683-1809, 1779, p. 11, online database at aleph0.clarku.edu.

    [5] Albany County Probate Vol. 1, p. 334-336.

    [6] Baptismal Records of the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York, 1683-1809, 1779, p. 74, online database at aleph0.clarku.edu, “John, of Bethuel Wasburn and Gerritje Lansing, witnesses Anthony and Alida Bratt.”

    [7] Kelly, Arthur, Marriage Records of Albany Reformed Church, Kinship Publications, 1988, item #2810, which gives only the year; Marriage Index: New York #2, 1740s-1880s, Family Tree Maker, Family Archive CD 402; Marriage Records of the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York, 1683-1809, 1802, p. 12, online database at aleph0.clarku.edu.

    [8] Baptismal Records of the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York, 1683-1809, 1802, p. 64, online database at aleph0.clarku.edu, “Bethuel Washburn, son of John Hughson and Maria Washburn;” New York Births and Christenings, 1640-1962, online database at www.FamilySearch.org, from FHL microfilm #17508, his parents John Hughson and Maria Washburn.

    [9] 1810 Federal Census, Albany, Albany Co., NY, p. 69, the Jacob Lansing household had 4 males under 10, 1 male aged 16-25 years, and 1 female aged 16-25 years.

    [10] New York Births and Christenings, 1640-1962, online database at www.FamilySearch.org, from FHL microfilm #17508, his parents Jacob Lansing and Harriet Washburn; Baptismal Records of the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York, 1683-1809, 1804, p. 70, online database at aleph0.clarku.edu, “Bethuel Washburne son of Javob Lansing and Harriot Washburne.

    [11] New York Marriages, 1686-1980, online database at www.FamilySearch.org, from FHL microfilm #17508.

    [12] Calculated from his age at death.

    [13] Baptismal Records of the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York 1683-1809, 1787, p. 65, online database at aleph0.clarku.edu, “Johannes, son of Bethuel Washburn and Gerritje Lansingh, witnesses Ary Legrange and Maria V. Antwerpen.

    [14] Kelly, Arthur, Marriage Records of Albany Reformed Church, Kinship Publications, 1988, item #2542, which gives the year as 1791 [sic], Marriage Index: New York #2, 1740s-1880s, Family Tree Maker, Family Archive CD 402; U.S., Dutch Reformed Church Records from Selected States, 1660-1926, online database at www.ancestry.com, from records of the Dutch Reformed Church in Albany, NY; Marriage Records of the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York, 1683-1809, 1907, p. 5, online database at aleph0.clarku.edu, “John B. Washburn and Cornelia Van Kleeck.”

    [15] Calculated from her age at death.

    [16] 1810 Federal Census, Albany, Albany Co., NY, p. 66, the John B. Wasburn household had 1 male aged 10-15 years, 2 males aged 16-25 years, and 2 females aged 16-25 years.

    [17] 1820 Federal Census, Albany, Albany Co., NY, p. 209, the John Washburn household had 1 male aged 26-44 years, 1 female under 10, and 1 female aged 26-44 years.

    [18] www.findagrave.com, memorial #88963917, from records of the Albany Rural Cemetery in Menands, Albany Co., NY, but he may have been reburied here from Albany. His gravestone inscription was included in those from the Reformed Protestant Dutch Church.

    [19] Bowman, Fred Q., 10,000 Vital Records of Eastern New York, 1777-1834, Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1987, p. 168, no. 5761, “all of Albany.” He was listed as a merchant.

    [20] 1830 Federal Census, 2nd Ward, Albany, Albany Co., NY, p. 238, the Elias Mather household had 1 male aged 5-9 years, 1 male aged 15-19 years, 1 male aged 40-49 years, 1 female aged 5-9 years, 1 female aged 10-14 years, 1 female aged 20-29 years, and 1 female aged 30-39 years.

    [21] 1840 Federal Census, City of Albany Second Ward, Albany Co., NY, p. 262, the Elias Mather household had 1 male aged 60-69 years, 1 female aged 15-19 years, and 1 female aged 40-49 years.

    [22] www.findagrave.com, memorial #91951244, from records of the Albany Rural Cemetery in Menands, Albany Co., NY, his gravestone inscription was included in those from the Second Presbyterian Church of Albany.

    [23] www.findagrave.com, memorial #136823048, from her gravestone in the Albany Rural Cemetery in Menands, NY.

    [24] Bridgewater VRs, Vol. 1, p. 325.

    [25] Her maiden name from the I.G.I., from an LDS patron family group sheet, but I have not placed her in the Bryant Family Genealogy, and have not found the marriage record of Perez Waterman and Abigail Bryant in Plymouth Co., MA.

    [26] Bridgewater VRs, Vol. 2, p. 383.

    [27] Bowman, George Ernest, Vital Records of the Town of Halifax, Massachusetts, To the end of the year 1849, Massachusetts Society of Mayflower Descendants, Boston, 1905, [hereinafter Halifax VRs], p. 45.

    [28] Vital Records of Plympton, Massachusetts, To the Year 1850, New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, 1923, [hereinafter Plympton VRs], p. 220, the birth of Peres, son of John and Ledia Waterman, on 8 Oct. 1713 in Plympton; Plympton VRs, p. 421, the marriage of John Watterman and Lidia Cushman on 29 Dec. 1709 in Plympton.

    [29] Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790: Massachusetts, Bountiful, Utah, 1993, p. 216, Brookfield Town, Worcester County, the Jonathan Waterman household had 1 free white male aged 16 or older, 1 free white male under 16, and 5 free white females. With only 5 females counted, his wife had already died before the census.

    [30] Vital Records of Brookfield, Massachusetts, To the end of the year 1849, Systematic History Fund, Worcester, MA, 1909, [hereinafter Brookfield VRs], p. 543, buried in the Old Cemetery in West Brookfield, MA.

    [31] Brookfield VRs, p. 432.

    [32] 1810 Federal Census, Brookfield, Worcester Co,. MA, p. 545, the Jona. Waterman household had 1 male aged 45 or over, 1 female under 10, 1 female aged 10-15 years, and 1 female aged 45 or over.

    [33] Brookfield VRs, p. 543, buried in the Old Cemetery in West Brookfield, MA.

    [34] 1820 Federal Census, Brookfield, Worcester Co., MA, p. 172, the Jona. Waterman household had 1 male aged 10-15 years, 1 male aged 45 or over, 1 female aged 10-15 years, and 1 female aged 16-25 years, including 1 person engaged in agriculture.

    [35] Bridgewater VRs, Vol. 1, p. 337, from his gravestone.

    [36] Bridgewater VRs, Vol. 2, p. 576, buried in the Old Graveyard in Bridgewater.

    [37] Bridgewater VRs, Vol. 1, p. 337, from her gravestone; Brookfield VRs, p. 228.

    [38] Bridgewater VRs, Vol. 2, p. 576, buried in the Old Graveyard in Bridgewater; Brookfield VRs, p. 543.

    [39] Brookfield VRs, p. 228.

    [40] Brookfield VRs, p. 543.

    [41] Brookfield VRs, p. 228.

    [42] Brookfield VRs, p. 543.

    [43] Brookfield VRs, p. 228.

    [44] Brookfield VRs, p. 443, the marriage of Samuel Wood and Abigail Moor on 5 Dec. 1770 in Brookfield.

    [45] Brookfield VRs, p. 432.

    [46] Brookfield VRs, p. 240.

    [47] Brookfield VRs, p. 543, under her maiden name, Waterman.

    [48] Brookfield VRs, p. 257, the marriage of Moses Ayres and Lucy Cutting on 1 Jan. 1777 in Brookfield.

    [49] Brookfield VRs, p. 443.

    [50] Brookfield VRs, p. 24.

    [51] Worcester County Probate Case #66000, the will of Samuel Wood, dated 17 Jan. 1826, and probated on 27 Oct. 1829, mentioned his son Samuel Wood, of the State of Vermont; Brookfield VRs, p. 548, the death of Samuel Wood on 5 Mar. 1829 in Brookfield.

    [52] Brookfield VRs, p. 228.

    [53] Vital Records of Warren, (Formerly Western), Massachusetts, To the end of the year 1849, Worcester, MA, 1910, [hereinafter Warren VRs], p. 138, the marriage intentions of John Sanford and Surviah Whelor recorded on 14 Feb. 1761 in Warren.

    [54] Brookfield VRs, p. 432.

    [55] Warren VRs, p. 57.

    [56] 1820 Federal Census, Bethel, Windsor Co., VT, p. 184, the Daniel Sanford household had 1 male aged 10-15 years, 1 male aged 16-25 years, 1 male aged 26-44 years, and 1 female aged 26-44 years, including 2 persons engaged in agriculture.

    [57] 1830 Federal Census, Bethel, Windsor Co., VT, p. 197, the Daniel Sanford household had 1 male aged 15-19 years, 1 male aged 40-49 years, and 1 female aged 40-49 years.

    [58] 1840 Federal Census, Bethel, Windsor Co., VT, p. 363, the Daniel Sanford household had 1 male aged 50-59 years, and 1 female aged 50-59 years, including 1 person employed in agriculture.

    [59] 1850 Federal Census, Bethel, Windsor Co., VT, p. 186, dwelling #127, family #137:

            Daniel Sanford, 72, male, farmer, $500, born MA

            Betsy Sanford, 70, female, born MA

    [60] www.findagrave.com, memorial #9696142, from her gravestone in Cheery Hill Cemetery in Bethel, VT.

    [61] www.findagrave.com, memorial #9696157, from his gravestone in Cherry Hill Cemetery in Bethel, VT.

    [62] Brookfield VRs, p. 228.

    [63] Vermont Vital Records, 1760-1954, online database at www.FamilySearch.org, from FHL microfilm #27678.

    [64] She did not sign the deed selling half their interest in the land that Ambrose Waterman had purchased from the Holland Land Company to their son Dwight Waterman in 1841.

    [65] Probably after 1841, but before the 1850 census.

    [66] 1820 Federal Census, Bethel, Windsor Co., VT, p. 367, the Ambrose Waterman household had 1 male under 10, 1 male aged 10-15 years, 1 male aged 26-44 years, 3 females under 10, and 1 female aged 26-44 years, including 1 person engaged in agriculture.

    [67] 1830 Federal Census, Napoli, Cattaraugus Co., NY, p. 230, the Ambrose Waterman household had 1 male aged 5-9 years, 1 male aged 10-14 years, 2 males aged 20-29 years, 1 male aged 40-49 years, 1 female under 5, 1 female aged 10-14 years, 1 female aged 15-19 years, and 1 female aged 40-49 years.

    [68] 1840 Federal Census, Napoli, Cattaraugus Co., NY, p. 91, the Ambrose Waterman household had 1 male aged 15-19 years, 1 male aged 60-69 years, 1 female aged 10-14 years, and 1 female aged 50-59 years, 1 person employed in agriculture.

    [69] 1850 Federal Census, Napoli, Cattaraugus Co., NY, p. 59, dwelling #79, family #80:

            Ambrose Waterman, 67, male, farmer, $1000, born MA

            Sally Waterman, 54, female, born MA

            Lovina Waterman, 21, female, born NY

    [70] 1855 New York State Census, Napoli, Cattaraugus Co., NY, p. 287, family  #89:

            Dwight Waterman, 46, male, born MA, married, resident for 29 years, farmer, native voter, owns land

            Julia Waterman, 42, female, wife, born Onondaga, married, resident 23 years

            George C. Waterman, 12, male, child, born Cattaraugus, resident 12 years

            Huldah M. Waterman, 8, female, child, born Cattaraugus, resident 8 years

            Same house, family #90:

            Ambrose Waterman, 72, male, born MA, married, resident 29 years, farmer, native voter, owns land

            Sally Waterman, 59, female, white, born MA, married, resident 32 years

    [71] Cattaraugus County Deeds Vol. 12, p. 282, acknowledged on 13 Dec. 1839.

    [72] Cattaraugus County Deeds Vol. 45, p. 27, acknowledged by Ambrose Waterman on 27 Sept. 1841.

    [73] Cattaraugus County Deeds Vol. 44, p. 422, acknowledged on 8 July 1850.

    [74] Calculated from his age and birth place in the 1855 state census.

    [75] Calculated from her age and birth place in the 1855 state census.

    [76] 1840 Federal Census, Napoli, Cattaraugus Co., NY, p. 91, the Dwight Waterman household had 1 male under 5, 1 male aged 30-39 years, and 1 female aged 20-29 years, including 1 person employed in agriculture.

    [77] 1850 Federal Census, Napoli, Cattaraugus Co., NY, p. 59, dwelling #80, family #81:

            Dwight Waterman, 40, male, farmer, $500, born MA

            Julia Waterman, 38, female, born NY

            Freeman Walden, 15, male, born NY, attending school

            Chauncey G. Waterman, 7, male, born NY, attending school

            Huldah Waterman, 3, female, born NY

    [78] 1860 Federal Census, Town of Napoli, Cattaraugus Co., NY, Page No. 61, dwelling #495, family #503:

            Dwight Waterman, 50, male, farmer, $4325, $1200, born MA

            Julia M. Waterman, 47, female, born NY

            George C. Waterman, 17, male, farmer, born NY, attending school

            Huldah L. M. Waterman, 13, female, born NY, attending school

    [79] Cattaraugus County Probate Vol. 3, p. 275.

    [80] 1870 Federal Census, Little Valley, Cattaraugus Co., NY, Page No. 1, dwelling #3, family #3:

            Geo. C. Waterman, 27, male, white, farmer, $4500, born NY, a male citizen

            Dora Waterman, 26, female, white, keeping house, born NY

            Emma Waterman, 1, female, white, born NY

            Julia M. Waterman, 56, female, white, born NY

    [81] Calculated from her age in the 1850 federal census.

    [82] Cattaraugus County Deeds Vol. 44, p. 510-511, acknowledged on 16 Jan. 1858.

    [83] 1860 Federal Census, Moscow, Freeborn Co., MN, Page No. 15, dwelling #134, family #117:

            John G. Demming, 39, male, farmer, $1200, $419, born NY

            Lovina Demming, 31, female, born NY

            Fred E. Demming, 1, male, born MN

            Cyrus Waterman, 28, male, labourer, $900, born VT

            Sarah L. Rogers, 22, female, born IL

    [84] Calculated from his age and birth place in the 1860 federal census.

    [85] Cattaraugus County Deeds Vol. 44, p. 510-511, acknowledged on 16 Jan. 1858.

    [86] Brookfield VRs, p. 228.

    [87] Warren VRs, p. 138, the marriage intentions of John Sanford and Surviah Whelor recorded on 14 Feb. 1761 in Warren.

    [88] Brookfield VRs, p. 432.

    [89] Warren VRs, p. 58.

    [90] 1820 Federal Census, Brookfield, Worcester Co., MA, p. 171, the Thomas Sanford household had 1 male aged 16-25 years, 1 male aged 45 or over, 1 female under 10, 1 female aged 10-15 years, 1 female aged 26-44 years, and 1 female aged 45 or over, including 1 person engaged in agriculture.

    [91] 1830 Federal Census, Brookfield, Worcester Co., MA, p. 529, the Thomas Sanford household had 1 male aged 20-29 years, 1 male aged 50-59 years, 1 female aged 15-19 years, 1 female aged 20-29 years, and 1 female aged 40-49 years.

    [92] 1840 Federal Census, Brookfield, Worcester Co., MA, p. 204, the Thos. Sanford household had 1 male aged 60-69 years, and 1 female aged 40-49 [sic] years, including 1 person employed in agriculture.

    [93] Brookfield VRs, p. 530.

    [94] Worcester County Probate Case #51994, with George H. Gilbert and Stephen W. Gilbert, both of Brookfield, as sureties.

    [95] Brookfield VRs, p. 529, under “Sandford.”

    [96] Brookfield VRs, p. 197.

    [97] Vital Records of New Braintree, Massachusetts, To the Year 1850, New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, 1904, [hereinafter New Braintree VRs], p. 126, the marriage of George Woods Jr. and Dorcas Barr on 4 Oct. 1798 in New Braintree.

    [98] Brookfield VRs, p. 404.

    [99] New Braintree VRs, p. 58.

    [100] Brookfield VRs, p. 549.

    [101] Brookfield VRs, p. 317, the marriage of David Gilbert and Anna Wait, of South Hadley, on 11 Sept. 1799 in South Hadley.

    [102] Brookfield VRs, p. 444.

    [103] Brookfield VRs, p. 92.

    [104] 1850 Federal Census, New Braintree, Worcester Co., MA, p. 146, dwelling #5, family #5:

            James H. Woods, 44, male, farmer, $2600, born MA

            Charlotte Woods, 37, female, born MA

            Emely S. Woods, 13, female, born MA, attending school

            Austin F. Woods, 10, male, born MA, attending school

            Marcilla Woods, 7, female, born MA, attending school

            Charlotte A. Woods, 5, female, born MA, attending school

            Julius Woods, 1, male, born MA

            Julia Woods, 1, female, born MA

            Dorcas Woods, 71, female, born MA

    [105] 1855 Massachusetts State Census, New Braintree, Worcester Co., dwelling #44, family #52:

            James H. Woods, 48, male, farmer, born MA

            Charlotte Woods, 41, female, born MA

            Emely S. Woods, 18, female, born MA

            Austin F. Woods, 15, male, born MA

            Marietta A. Woods, 12, female, born MA

            Charlotte Woods, 10, female, born MA

            Julius M. Woods, 6, male, born MA

            Julia M. Woods, 6, female, born MA

    [106] 1860 Federal Census, New Braintree, Worcester Co., MA, Page No. 15-16, dwelling #101, family #117:

            James H. Woods, 53, male, farmer, $3000, $750, born MA

            Charlott Woods, 46, female, born MA

            Dorcas Woods, 81, female, born MA

            George F. Hervey, 9, male, born MA, attending school

            Austin F. Woods, 20, male, born MA

            Margrtta C. Woods, 17, female, born MA

            Charlott C. Woods, 15, female, born MA

            Julia M. Woods, 11, female, born MA

    [107] Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841-1910, Vol. 375, p. 484, online at www.AmericanAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, his occupation a farmer, his birth place New Braintree, and his parents George and Dorcas Woods.

    [108] Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841-1910, Vol. 483, p. 808, online at www.AmericanAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, her birth place W. Brookfield, and her parents David Gilbert and Anna Waite.

    [109] Brookfield VRs, p. 197.

    [110] Brookfield VRs, p. 317, the marriage of David Gilbert and Anna Wait, of South Hadley, on 11 Sept. 1799 in South Hadley.

    [111] Brookfield VRs, p. 404, marriage intentions recorded 2 Mar. 1833 in Brookfield.

    [112] Brookfield VRs, p. 91.

    [113] Brookfield VRs, p. 487.

    [114] New Braintree VRs, p. 126, the marriage of George Woods Jr. and Dorcas Barr on 4 Oct. 1798 in New Braintree.

    [115] Baldwin, Thomas W., Vital Records of Hardwick, Massachusetts, To the Year 1850, New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, 1917, [hereinafter Hardwick VRs], p. 179; Brookfield VRs, p. 316, marriage intentions recorded 1 May 1844 in Brookfield.

    [116] New Braintree VRs, p. 57.

    [117] 1850 Federal Census, West Brookfield, Worcester Co., MA, p. 84, dwelling #212, family #234:

            Aretus D. Gilbert, 41, male, farmer, $2360, born MA

            Elisa Gilbert, 35, female, born MA
            Emely Gilbert, 16, female, born MA

            Almira Gilbert, 15, female, born MA, attending school

            Henry Gilbert, 13, male, born MA, attending school

            Austin Gilbert, 11, male, born MA, attending school

            Edwin Gilbert, 9, male, born MA, attending school

            Elisa Gilbert, 5, female, born MA, attending school

            Charles Gilbert, 3, male, born MA

    [118] 1860 Federal Census, West Brookfield, Worcester Co., MA, Page No. 196, dwelling #1415, family #1620:

            Aretus D. Gilbert, 52, male, farmer, $3000, $1005, born MA

            Eliza C. Gilbert, 44, female, born MA

            Henry D. Gilbert, 22, male, shoemaker, born MA

            Edwin F. Gilbert, 16, male, born MA

            Eliza A. Gilbert, 15, female, born MA, attending school

            Chas. L. Gilbert, 13, male, born MA, attending school

            Frank H. Thompson, 23, male, shoemaker, born MA

    [119] Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841-1910, Vol. 429, p. 687, online at www.AmericanAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, his occupation a farmer, his birth place Brookfield, and his parents David Gilbert, born in Brookfield, and Anna Waite, born in South Hadley.

    [120] Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841-1910, Vol. 483, p. 807, online at www.AmericanAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, her birth place New Braintree, and her parents George Woods and Dorcas Barr, both born in New Braintree.

    [121] Brookfield VRs, p. 228.

    [122] Vital Records of Grafton, Massachusetts, To the end of the year 1849, Worcester, MA, 1906, [hereinafter Grafton VRs], p. 312, the marriage of Joseph Wood Jr. and Martha Willard on 25 or 31 Dec. 1777 in Grafton.

    [123] Brookfield VRs, p. 432; Grafton VRs, p. 312, marriage intentions recorded on 17 May 1800 in Grafton.

    [124] Grafton VRs, p. 151.

    [125] Brookfield VRs, p. 548; Worcester Co. Probate Case #67114.

    [126] Worcester County Probate Case #67114.

    [127] Worcester County Probate Case #67114, appraised by Rufus Richmond, Thomas B. Cutler, and Joel Gilbert, and sworn to by Jonathan Waterman, the administrator, on 13 Apr. 1819.

    [128] Worcester County Probate Case #67114.

    [129] His father’s name from his death record; Warren VRs, p. 138, the marriage intentions of John Sanford and Surviah Whelor recorded on 14 Feb. 1761 in Warren.

    [130] Brookfield VRs, p. 442.

    [131] Warren VRs, p. 58, his birth place given as W Brookfield in his death record, but West Brookfield wasn’t established until 1848.

    [132] Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841-1910, Vol. 59, p. 205, online at www.AmericanAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, her birth place Brookfield, and her parents Jonathan & Abigail Waterman.

    [133] Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841-1910, Vol. 213, p. 332, online at www.AmericanAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, his occupation a farmer, his birth place W Brookfield, and his father John.

    [134] Worcester County Probate Case #51991.

    [135] Calculated from his age at death, his birth place from his death record, but his birth was not recorded in the Grafton vital records.

    [136] Brookfield VRs, p. 297, the marriage of Thomas Cutler and Ruth Thomas on 1 Jan. 1799 in Brookfield; Brookfield VRs, p. 70, the birth of Thomas Brown, son of Joseph and Martha Cutler, on 18 June 1777 in Brookfield.

    [137] Brookfield VRs, p. 442.

    [138] Brookfield VRs, p. 69.

    [139] Brookfield VRs, p. 548.

    [140] Her maiden name from the death record of their daughter Clarinda L. (Wood) Fassett on 14 Nov. 1888 in West Brookfield, MA, from Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841-1910, Vol. 393, p. 584, online at www.AmericanAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, her birth place Mansfield, CT, and her parents Jonathan W. Wood, born in Grafton, and Laura Benson, born in Wareham.

    [141] Her parents’ names from her death record.

    [142] Bowman, George Ernest, “Wareham, Mass., Vital Records,” [hereinafter Wareham VRs], p. 180, online database at www.AmericanAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston.

    [143] 1840 Federal Census, Mansfield, Tolland Co., CT, p. 90, the Jonathan W. Wood household had 1 male aged 15-19 years, 1 male aged 20-29 years, 1 male aged 30-39 years, 2 females under 5, 3 females aged 5-9 years, and 1 female aged 30-39 years, including 3 persons employed in manufacturing and trade.

    [144] 1850 Federal Census, Mansfield, Tolland Co., CT, p. 216, dwelling #5, family #5:

            Jona. W. Wood, 49, male, peddler, $600, born MA

            Laura B. Wood, 47, female, born MA

            Lucy A. Wood, 19, female, born CT

            Emeline Wood, 17, female, born CT

            Clarrinda Wood, 15, female, born CT, attending school

            Delia M. Wood, 13, female, born CT, attending school

            Frances A. Wood, 9, female, born CT, attending school

            Joseph T. Wood, twin, 6, male, born CT, attending school

            Julia C. Wood, twin, 6, female, born CT

    [145] 1860 Federal Census, Windsor Locks, Hartford Co., CT, Page No. 104, dwelling #845, family #848:

            Jona. Wood, 58, male, silk manfr, $800, $800, born MA

            Laura Wood, 57, female, born MA

            Clarinda Wood, 25, male [sic], born CT

            Delia N. Wood, 23, female, born CT

            Francis A. Wood, 18, female, born CT

            Julia R. Wood, 16, female, born CT, attending school

            Joseph E. Wood, 16, male, born CT, attending school

            Harriet Petlow, 16, female, born CT

    [146] 1865 Massachusetts State Census, South Hadley, Hampshire Co., dwelling #112, family #121:

            Jonathan W. Wood, 63, male, born MA, married, public house

            Laura B. Wood, 61, female, born MA, married, mistress of family

            Delia M. Wood, 28, female, born CT, single, assistant do.

            Fraces A. Wood, 23, female, born CT, single, assistant do.

            Julia R. Wood, 21, female, born CT, single, assistant do.

            Joseph T. Wood, 21, male, born CT, single, livery stable

            John P. Taylor, 28, male, born MA, married, photograph artist

            Harriet Taylor, 22, female, born MA, married, mistress

            Hattie M. Taylor, 3, female, born MA, single

    [147] Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841-1910, Vol. 222, p. 320, online at www.AmericanAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, his occupation an inn holder, his birth place Grafton, and his parents Joseph, born in Grafton, & Abigail, born in W. Brookfield.

    [148] 1870 Federal Census, West Brookfield, Worcester Co., MA, Page No. 12, dwelling #86, family #107:

            Laura B. Wood, 65, female, white, keeping house, $3000, born MA

            Delia M. Wood, 30, female, white, no occupation, $1000, born CT

            Frances Wood, 28, female, white, no occupation, #1000, born CT

            Joseph T. Wood, 26, male, white, book keeper, $2500, born CT, a male citizen

            James Dillon, 26, male, white, livery stable keep, $12500, born Ireland, parents both foreign born, a male citizen

            Edwin Gilbert, 27, male, white, works in stable, born MA, a male citizen

            Mary Smith, 17, female, white, works in corset shop, born MA

            Elizabeth Fellows, 23, female, white, works in corset shop, born MA

    [149] Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841-1910, Vol. 339, p. 456, online at www.AmericanAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, her birth place Wareham, and her parents Levi Benson and Susana Burt.

    [150] Calculated from his age at death, his birth place from his death record, but his birth was not recorded in the Grafton vital records.

    [151] Brookfield VRs, p. 404, the marriage of Josiah Sanford and Theoda Wood on 2 July 1795 in Brookfield.

    [152] New Braintree VRs, p. 126, marriage intentions recorded 12 Apr. 1831 in New Braintree; Grafton VRs, p. 312, marriage intentions recorded on 26 Mar. 1831 in Grafton.

    [153] Brookfield VRs, p. 197.

    [154] Warren VRs, p. 57, the birth of Josiah, son of John and Zeruiah Sanford, on 18 Feb. 1772 in Warren; Warren VRs, p. 138, the marriage intentions of John Sanford and Surviah Whelor recorded on 14 Feb. 1761 in Warren.

    [155] 1840 Federal Census, Hardwick, Worcester Co., MA, p. 189, the Joel F. Wood household had 1 male aged 30-39 years, 2 females aged 5-9 years, 1 female aged 15-19 years, and 1 female aged 30-39 years, including 1 person employed in agriculture.

    [156] 1850 Federal Census, Hardwick, Worcester Co., MA, p. 334, dwelling #13, family #16:

            Joel F. Wood, 46, male, farmer, born MA

            Lucy Wood, 43, female, born MA

            Maria T. Wood, 18, female, born MA, attending school

            Charlotte U. Wood, 16, female, born MA, attending school

            Augustus Dow, 24, male, farmer, born MA

            Austin Gould, 29, male, farmer, born MA

    [157] 1855 Massachusetts State Census, New Salem, Franklin Co., MA, dwelling #111, family #117:

            Joel F. Wood, 51, male, innkeeper, born MA

            Lucy Wood, 48, female, born MA

            Maria T. Wood, 23, female, born MA

            Charlotte Wood, 22, female, born MA

    [158] 1870 Federal Census, Shrewsbury, Worcester Co., MA, Page No. 12, dwelling #101, family #111:

            Joel F. Wood, 66, male, white, farm laborer, born MA, a male citizen

            Lucy Wood, 64, female, white, keeping house, born MA

            Bendie Endles, 20, male, white, farm laborer, born Germany, parents both foreign born

    [159] Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841-1910, Vol. 357, p. 443, online at www.AmericanAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, her occupation a housewife, her birth place W. Brookfield, and her parents Josiah & Theodora Sanford.

    [160] Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841-1910, Vol. 429, p. 635, online at www.AmericanAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, his occupation a farmer, his birth place Grafton, and his parents Joseph Wood and Abigail Waterman.

    [161] Vermont Vital Records, 1760-1954, online database at www.FamilySearch.org, from FHL microfilm #27737, his parents Joseph T. and Abigail Wood.

    [162] Her parents’ names from her death record.

    [163] Brookfield VRs, p. 442.

    [164] Calculated from her age at death, her birth place from her death record, but her birth was not recorded in the New Braintree vital records as the daughter of Josiah and Susan Shaw. An Anna Shaw was born in New Braintree on 12 Apr. 1800 to William and Susanna Shaw.

    [165] 1840 Federal Census, Brookfield, Worcester Co., MA, p. 205, the Jos. W. Wood household had 1 male under 5, 1 male aged 30-39 years, 1 female aged 5-9 years, and 1 female aged 30-39 years, including 2 persons employed in agriculture.

    [166] 1850 Federal Census, West Brookfield, Worcester Co., MA, p. 83, dwelling #201, family #222:

            Joseph M. [sic] Woods, 52 [sic], male, farmer, $1895, born MA

            Ann Woods, 50, female, born MA

            Susan Woods, 17, female, born MA, attending school

            William Woods, 14, male, born MA, attending school

            Rice Sandford, 43 [sic], male, laborer, born MA

            Abigail Sandford, 71, female, born MA

    [167] 1855 Massachusetts State Census, West Brookfield, Worcester Co., dwelling #36, family #38:

            Rice Sanford, 78, male, farmer, born MA

            Joseph W. Wood, 47, male, farmer, born VT

            Ann Wood, 55, female, born MA

            Susan Wood, 22, female, born MA

            William U. Wood, 19, male, born MA

            Mary A. Wood, 13, female, borm MA

            Charles W. Wood, 11, male, born MA

            Isabelle McDonnald, 55, female, born Ireland

    [168] 1860 Federal Census, West Brookfield, Worcester Co., MA, Page No. 195, dwelling #1402, family #1607:

            Joseph W. Wood, 52, male, farmer, $3000, $1200, born VT

            Ann Wood, 60, female, born MA

            Mary A. Wood, 18, female, born MA

            Chas. W. Wood, 16, male, born MA, attending school

            Chas. R. Prouty, 26, male, farmer, born MA

            Susan Prouty, 27, female, born MA

            Albert L. Prouty, 3, male, born MA

            Rice Sanford, 83, male, $1500, born MA

    [169] 1870 Federal Census, Brookfield, Worcester Co., MA, Page No. 46, dwelling #324, family #389:

            Joseph W. Wood, 62, male, white, farmer, $7000, $1140, born VT, a male citizen

            Ann Wood, 70, female, white, keeping house, born MA

            Charles W. Wood, 26, male, white, works on farm, $1000, born MA, a male citizen

            Sarah Wood, 30, female, white, keeping house, born MA

    [170] Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841-1910, Vol. 339, p. 457, online at www.AmericanAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, her birth place New Braintree, and her parents Josiah Shaw and Susan Pepper.

    [171] Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841-1910, Vol. 348, p. 482, online at www.AmericanAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, his occupation a farmer, his birth place Bethel, VT, and his parents Joseph T. Wood and Abigail Waterman.

    [172] Brookfield VRs, p. 239.

    [173] Her parents named in her marriage record; Vital Records of Barre, Massachusetts, To the end of the year 1849, Systematic History Fund, Worcester, MA, 1903, [hereinafter Barre VRs], p. 171, the marriage of Ephraim L. Marsha and Alice R. N. Robinson in Mar. 1819 in Barre.

    [174] Barre VRs, pp. 171, 222, his parents Joseph S. [sic] and Abigail, her parents Ephraim L. and Alice R.

    [175] Barre VRs, p. 59.

    [176] 1850 Federal Census, Hardwick, Worcester Co., MA, p. 334, dwelling #12, family #15:

            Liberty Wood, 36, male, shoemaker, born MA

            Alice Wood, 28, female, born MA

            Horace V. Wood, 2, male, born MA

            Maria E. Wood, 1/12, female, born MA

    [177] 1855 Massachusetts State Census, Hardwick, Worcester Co., dwelling #28, family #31:

            Liberty Wood, 41, male, cordwainer

            Alice R. Wood, 32, female

            Horace T. Wood, 7, male

            Maria E. Wood, 5, female

            Abba J. Wood, 4, female

    [178] 1860 Federal Census, West Brookfield, Worcester Co., MA, Page No. 198, dwelling #1427, family #1632:

            Liberty Wood, 46, male, shoemaker, $100, born MA

            Alice R. Wood, 38, female, born MA

            Horace T. Wood, 12, male, born MA, attending school

            Maria E. Wood, 10, female, born MA, attending school

            Abbie J. Wood, 9, female, born MA, attending school

    [179] 1870 Federal Census, Petersham, Worcester Co., MA, Page No. 13, dwelling #104, family #110:

            Liberty Wood, 56, male, white, farmer, $1000, born MA, a male citizen

            Alice R. Wood, 48, female, white, keeping house, born MA

            Horace T. Wood, 22, male, white, farm laborer, born MA, a male citizen

            Maria E. Wood, 20, female, white, at home, born MA

            Abby J. Wood, 18, female, white, at home, born MA

    [180] Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841-1910, Vol. 348, p. 393, online at www.AmericanAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, his occupation a farmer, his birth place West Brookfield, and his parents Joseph & Abbagail.

    [181] Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841-1910, Vol. 438, p. 680, online at www.AmericanAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, widow of Liberty Wood, her birth place Barre, and her parents Ephraim & Alice R. Marsh, both born in Barre.

    [182] Bridgewater VRs, Vol. 1, p. 334.

    [183] Her parents’ names from her birth record, her mother’s maiden name from her www.findagrave.com memorial #34184501, for Sarah, wife of Capt. Moses Ayres.

    [184] Brookfield VRs, p. 432.

    [185] Brookfield VRs, p. 24.

    [186] Brookfield VRs, p. 22, the birth of Moses, son of John and Marcy Ayers, on 3 Dec. 1725 in Brookfield.

    [187] Worcester County Probate Case #2194.

    [188] Whitmore, W.H., “Second Precinct of Brookfield, Tax List,” The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 20 [Apr. 1866], p. 161.

    [189] Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790: Massachusetts, Bountiful, Utah, 1993, p. 216, Brookfield Town, Worcester County, the Peter Washburn household had 1 free white male aged 16 years or older, 4 free white males under 16, and 3 free white females.

    [190] 1800 Federal Census, Brookfield, Second Parish, Worcester Co., MA, p. 264, the Peter Washburn household had 2 males aged 10-15 years, 2 males aged 16-25 years, 1 male aged 45 or over, 2 females under 10, 2 females aged 16-25 years, and 1 female aged 45 or over.

    [191] Brookfield VRs, p. 543; Worcester Co. Probate Docket #62339.

    [192] Worcester Co. Probate Vol. 206, p. 427. Joel Goddard and Josiah Willard were sureties on his bond as administrator.

    [193] Worcester Co. Probate Vol. 41, p. 419.

    [194] www.findagrave.com, memorial #14267218, from her gravestone in Jerusalem Hill Cemetery in Litchfield, NY, called Sally, wife of Peter Washburn.

    [195] Brookfield VRs, p. 227.

    [196] Bailey, Frederic W., Early Massachusetts Marriages Prior to 1800, New Haven, CT, Worcester County, p. 8, marriage of David McClellan and Elizabeth Harrington on 6 May 1760 in Worcester, MA.

    [197] Brookfield VRs, p. 432; Vital Records of Petersham, Massachusetts, To the end of the year 1849, Systematic History Fund, Worcester, MA, 1904, [hereinafter Petersham VRs], p. 155, marriage intentions recorded 11 May 1805 in Petersham.

    [198] Petersham VRs, p. 37.

    [199] 1810 Federal Census, Petersham, Worcester Co., MA, p. 887, the Harrington McLallen household had 3 males aged 10-15 years, 1 male aged 26-44 years, 1 female under 10, and 1 female aged 26-44 years.

    [200] Petersham VRs, p. 120, marriage intentions recorded 14 Feb. 1818 in Petersham.

    [201] Calculated from her age in the 1860 and 1870 federal censuses.

    [202] 1820 Federal Census, Petersham, Worcester Co., MA, p. 65, the Harrington Maclallan household had 1 male under 10, 3 males aged 10-15 years, 1 male aged 26-44 years, 2 females aged 10-15 years, 1 female aged 26-44 years, and 1 female aged 45 or over, including 1 person engaged in agriculture.

    [203] Worcester Co. Probate Case #39768, his death not recorded in the Petersham vital records.

    [204] 1830 Federal Census, Liberty Township, Knox Co., OH, p. 251, the Fanny McClellen household had 1 male aged 10-14 years, 2 males aged 15-19 years, 2 males aged 20-29 years, 1 female aged 15-19 years, and 1 female aged 50-59 years.

    [205] 1860 Federal Census, 3rd Ward City of Peoria, Peoria Co., IL, Page No. 206-207, dwelling #1694, family #1716:

            George W. Field, 43, male, miller, $23,750, $5200, born MA

            Sarah Field, 39, female, born MA

            Charles H. Field, 17, male, clerk, born MA

            Georgiana Field, 3, female, born IL

            George T. Field, 2/12, male, born IL

            Lucy Lavery, 13, female, born NY, attending school

            Mary Smith, 25, female, servant, born NY

            Fanny McClelland, 66, female, born MA

    [206] 1870 Federal Census, 4th Ward, Chicago, Cook Co., IL, Page No. 228, dwelling #1522, family #1664:

            George Field, 53, male, white, grain merchant, $60,000, $10,000, born MA, a male citizen

            Sarah M. Field, 49, female, white, keeping house, born MA

            Georgia Field, 13, female, white, at home, born IL, attending school

            Thornton Field, 10, male, white, born IL, attending school

            Fannie McClellan, 76, female, white, house keeping, born MA

            Alexander S. Partlon, 40, male, mullato, coachman, born LA, a male citizen

            Mary Kinsley, 28, female, white, dom. servant, born Ireland, parents both foreign born

            Annie Joyce, 20, female, white, dom. servant, born Ireland, parents both foreign born

    [207] Per the Ancestry.com McClellan Family Tree file submitted by Terrence Schafer.

    [208] Petersham VRs, p. 37.

    [209] Petersham VRs, p. 120.

    [210] Petersham VRs, p. 37.

    [211] Petersham VRs, p. 120; Barre VRs, p. 169, under “McClallen,” marriage intentions recorded 30 May 1825 in Barre.

    [212] Calculated from his age in the 1850 and 1860 federal censuses, which does not match the Barre 1827 death record for an Issachar Wetherell, who was aged 37 years.

    [213] Barre VRs, p. 273, from the church record, only the year given in the death record, but this must be either in error or a different Issachar Wetherell.

    [214] 1830 Federal Census, Barre, Worcester Co., MA, p. 573, the Issachar Wetherell household had 1 male aged 15-19 years, 1 male aged 20-29 years, 1 female under 5, and 1 female aged 20-29 years.

    [215] 1850 Federal Census, Third Ward City of Worcester, Worcester Co., MA, p. 158, dwelling #97, family #155:

            Isachar Witherell, 48, male, grocer, born MA

            Emily Witherell, 44, female, born MA

    [216] 1860 Federal Census, 3rd Ward Peoria City, Peoria Co., IL, Page No. 200, dwelling #1655, family #1667:

            Issachar Witherell, 58, male, grocer, $300, born MA

            Emily Witherell, 54, female, born MA

    [217] 1880 Federal Census, Peoria, Peoria Co., IL, Page No. 7, Supervisor’s Dist. 3, Enumeration Dist. 218, p. 276C, dwelling #59, family #65:

            Emily Weatherel, white, female, 74, widow, born MA, father born MA, mother born MA

            Dwelling #59, family #66:

            Elizabeth Morell, white, female, 54, widow, born MA, father born MA, mother born MA

            Mary Oakley, white, female, 80, boarder, widow, abcess on lungs, born NY, father born NY, mother born NY

    [218] www.findagrave.com, memorial #126256813, from her gravestone in Springdale Cemetery in Peoria, IL.

    [219] Barre VRs, p. 91, under “Weatherell.”

    [220] His parents’ names from his marriage record.

    [221] Barre VRs, pp. 175, 215, he was son of John and Diana, aged 25, she was daughter of Isachar and Emily, aged 18.

    [222] Calculated from his age in the 1850 federal census.

    [223] 1850 Federal Census, third ward City of Worcester, Worcester Co., MA, p. 157, dwelling #90, family #143:       

            Henry Morrell, 30, male, grocer, born NY

            Elizabeth H. Morrell, 26, female, born MA

            Francis H. Morrell, 4, male, born MA

            Emma L. Morrell, 2, female, born MA

            Caty (___), 16, female, born Ireland

    [224] 1860 Federal Census, 3rd Ward Peoria City, Peoria Co., IL, Page No. 200, dwelling #1655, family #1666:

            Henry Morell, 40, male, clerk, $400, born NY

            Elizabeth Morell, 34, female, born MA

            Frank H. Morell, 14, male, born MA, attending school

    [225] 1870 Federal Census, 2nd Ward, City of Peoria, Peoria Co., IL, Page No. 32, dwelling #252, family #242:

            M. Wachel, 68, male, white, grain buyer, $1000, born MA, a male citizen

            Emma Wachel, 64, female, white, keeping house, born MA

            Elizabeth Morrell, 44, female, white, born MA

            Mary Thoman, 53, female, white, born IL

            Mosman Thoman, 10, female, white, goes to school, born IL, attending school

            William Thoman, 9, male, white, goes to school, born IL, attending school

    [226] 1880 Federal Census, Peoria, Peoria Co., IL, Page No. 7, Supervisor’s Dist. 3, Enumeration Dist. 218, p. 276C, dwelling #59, family #65:

            Emily Weatherel, white, female, 74, widow, born MA, father born MA, mother born MA

            Dwelling #59, family #66:

            Elizabeth Morell, white, female, 54, widow, born MA, father born MA, mother born MA

            Mary Oakley, white, female, 80, boarder, widow, abcess on lungs, born NY, father born NY, mother born NY

    [227] Petersham VRs, p. 37.

    [228] Vital Records of Waltham, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts, to the end of the year 1849, [hereinafter Waltham VRs], p. 189, marriage intentions recorded on 6 May 1837 in Waltham.

    [229] Calculated from her age in the 1850 federal census.

    [230] 1850 Federal Census, City of Peoria, Peoria Co., IL, p. 17, dwelling #696, family #721:

            John McClallen, 42, male, merchant, $2500, born MA

            Sarah A. McClallen, 32, female, born MA

            George McClallen, 12, male, born MA, attending school

            Henry W. McClallen, 10, male, born MA, attending school

            Alfred D. McClallen, 1, male, born IL

            Matilda Smith, 17, female, born Ireland

    [231] www.findagrave.com, memorial #126285294, from her gravestone in Springdale Cemetery in Peoria, IL, called wife of John.

    [232] Calculated from her age in the 1860 federal census.

    [233] 1860 Federal Census, 3rd Ward, City of Peoria, Peoria Co., IL, Page No. 202, dwelling #1664, family #1676:

            John McClelland, 52, male, merchant, $80,000, $30,000, born MA

            Phebe McClelland, 25, female, born MA

            Geo. H. McClelland, 22, male, merchant, born MA

            Henry W. McClelland, 20, male, grocer, born MA

            Julia? McClelland, 3, female, born IL

            Jedelah Daily, 20, female, servant, born Ireland

    [234] 1870 Federal Census, 3d Ward City of Peoria, Peoria Co., IL, Page No. 29, dwelling #218, family #218, a boarding house, included:

            John McClellan, 55 [sic], male, white, born MA, ret merchant, $23,000, born MA, a male citizen

            Henry McClellan, 28, male, white, US store keeper, born MA, a male citizen

            Ida McClellan, 15, female, white, at school, born IL, attending school

    [235] www.findagrave.com, memorial #79892226, from his gravestone in Springdale Cemetery in Peoria, IL, which only gives the years of his birth and death.

    [236] Waltham VRs, p. 62; Massachusetts Births and Christenings, 1639-1915, online database at www.FamilySearch.org, from FHL microfilm #0873745.

    [237] Waltham VRs, p. 62; Massachusetts Births and Christenings, 1639-1915, online database at www.FamilySearch.org, from FHL microfilm #0873745.

    [238] Calculated from his age in the 1850 federal census.

    [239] Calculated from her age in the 1860 federal census.

    [240] Per his www.findagrave.com memorial #126285215, possibly calculated from his age at death.

    [241] Calculated from her age at death.

    [242] 1850 Federal Census, City of Peoria, Peoria Co., IL, p. 17, dwelling #689, family #713:

            Chas. W. M Clallen, 40, male, merchant, $5000, born MA

            Rhoda M Clallen, 39, female, born NY

            Albert M Clallen, 17, male, clerk, born NY

            Irene M Clallen, 11, female, born IL, attending school

            Catharine Gerber, 19, female, born Germany

    [243] 1860 Federal Census, 3rd Ward, City of Peoria, Peoria Co., IL, Page No. 206, dwelling #1690, family #1703:

            Chas. W. McClelland, 50, male, merchant, $60,000, $15,000, born MA

            Rhoda McClelland, 49, female, born NY

            Charles Bobb, 25, male, merchant, $10.000, $6,000, born MO

            Irene Bobb, 22, female, born IL

            Charles Bobb, 1, male, born IL

            Margaret Currie, 28, female, servant, born Ireland

            Elizabeth Newlan, 18, female, servant, born Ireland

    [244] www.findagrave.com, memorial #126285215, from his gravestone in Springdale Cemetery in Peoria, IL.

    [245] 1870 Federal Census, Morton, Tazewell Co., IL, Page No. 18, dwelling #129, family #129.

    [246] 1870 Federal Census, 3d Ward, City of Peoria, Peoria Co., IL, Page No. 69, dw4elling #531, family #579:

            James Daley, 30, male, white, laborer, born Ireland, parents both foreign born, a male citizen

            Margaret Daley, 32, female, white, keeps house, parents both foreign born, cannot read or write

            Lizzie Daley, 10, female, white, at school, born MO, parents both foreign born, attending school

            Maggie Daley, 8, female, white, born MO, parents both foreign born, attending school

            James Daley, 6, male, white, born IL, parents both foreign born

            Mary E. Daley, 4/12, female, white, born IL, parents born foreign born, born Feb.

            Rhoda McClellen , 58, female, white, retired, $140,000, $10,000

    [247] www.findagrave.com, memorial #159881961, from her gravestone in Springdale Cemetery in Peoria, IL.

    [248] Calculated from his age in the 1850 federal census.

    [249] Calculated from her age in the 1860 and 1870 federal censuses.

    [250] 1860 Federal Census, 3rd Ward City of Peoria, Peoria Co., IL, Page No. 207, dwelling #1700, family #1712:

            Albert McClelland, 28, male, shoe merchant, $3000, born NY

            Louise M. McClelland, 28, female, born NY

            Ada L. McClelland, 2, female, born IL

            Albert N. McClelland, 9/12, male, born IL

            Eliza Byrne, 17, female, servant, born Ireland

    [251] 1870 Federal Census, Morton, Tazewell Co., IL, Page No. 18, dwelling #129, family #129:

            Albert McClallan, 36, male, white, farmer, $19,000, $1500, born NY, a male citizen

            Louisa McClallan, 38, female, white, keeping house, born NY

            Ada McClallan, 12, female, white, born IL, attending school

            Albert McClallan, 10, male, white, born IL, attending school

            Charles McClallan, 5, male, white, born IL

            William McClallan, 2, male, white, born IL

            Emeline Smith, 15, female, white, housekeeper, born NY

            Rhoda McClallan, 57, female, white, born NY

    [252] Calculated from her age in the 1850 and 1860 federal censuses.

    [253] Per his www.findagrave.com memorial #159558589; Illinois Statewide Marriage Index online at the Office of the Illinois Secretary of State.

    [254] Calculated from his age in the 1860 federal census.

    [255] 1870 Federal Census, 3d Ward, City of Peoria, Peoria Co., IL, Page No. 23, dwelling #177, family #174:

            Charles L. Bobb, 34, male, white manuf. Cologne Spls, $150,000, born MO, a male citizen

            Irene Bobb, 30, female, white, keeps house, born IL

            Charles H. Bobb, 11, male, white, at school, born IL, attending school

            William F. Bobb, 2, male, white, born IL

            Jennie Moran, 23, female, white, dom servant, born Ireland, parents both foreign born

            Rosa Grol, 18, female, white, dom servant, born NY, parents both foreign born

            Belle Bennett, 15, female, white, dom servant, born IL

    [256] www.findagrave.com, memorial #159558589, from his gravestone in Springdale Cemetery in Peoria, IL.

    [257] Per the Ancestry.com McClellan Family Tree file submitted by Terrence Schafer, but his birth was not recorded in the Petersham vital records, the date possibly calculated from his age at death.

    [258] Her name from his www.findagrave.com memorial #126283986.

    [259] Per her www.findagrave.com memorial #126284037.

    [260] 1850 Federal Census, Peoria, Peoria Co., IL, p. 2?, dwelling #1328, family #1370:

            Silas M Lallen, 35, male, farmer, born MA

            Abigail M Lallen, 33, female, born MA

            Rosetta? M Lallen, 13, female, born MA

            John M Lallen, 11, male, born MA

            Charles M Lallen, 9, male, born MA

            Clara M Lallen, 3, female, born IL

    [261] 1860 Federal Census, Groveland, Tazewell Co., IL, Page No. 152, dwelling #1137, family #1137:

            Silas McLeland, 45, male, farmer, $2200, $30, born MA

            Abigal McLeland, 43, female, born MA

            John McLeland, 20, male, farmer, born MA

            Charles McLeland, 17, male, born MA, attending school

            Clara McLeland, 13, female, born IL, attending school

            George McLeland, 2, male, born IL

    [262] 1870 Federal Census, Groveland, Tazewell Co., IL, Page No. 23, dwelling #173, family #155:

            Silas McClellan, 54, male, farmer, $6000, $500, born MA, a male citizen

            Abigail McClellan, 53, female, keeping house, born MA

            John McClellan, 29, male, farmer, born MA, a male citizen

            Charles McClellan, 27, male, farmer, born MA, a male citizen

            George McClellan 13, male, born IL, attending school

    [263] www.findagrave.com, memorial #126284037, from her gravestone in Springdale Cemetery in Peoria, IL.

    [264] Per the Ancestry.com McClellan Family Tree file submitted by Terrence Schafer; www.findagrave.com, memorial #126283986, from his gravestone in Springdale Cemetery in Peoria, IL.

    [265] Calculated from her age in the 1850 federal census, unsure of her name.

    [266] Illinois Statewide Marriage Index, online at the Office of the Illinois Secretary of State.

    [267] Calculated from his age in the 1870 federal census.

    [268] 1870 Federal Census, Richwoods, Peoria Co., IL, Page No. 21, dwelling #144, family #144:

            William Stringer Jr. 37, male, white, blacksmith, $1400, $2000, born IL, a male citizen

            Rosetta Stringer, 32, female, white, keeps house, born MA

            Nida Stringer, 12, female, white, born IL, idiot

            Lina Stringer, 7, female, white, born IL

            William S. Stringer, 5, male, white, born IL

            Joseph Whitby, 21, male, white, laborer, born IL, a male citizen

    [269] Per his www.findagrave.com memorial #59391211.

    [270] Per his www.findagrave.com memorial #59391211, from his gravestone in Springdale Cemetery in Peoria, IL.

    [271] www.findagrave.com, memorial #59391211, from his gravestone in Springdale Cemetery in Peoria, IL.

    [272] Calculated from his age in the 1860 federal census.

    [273] Illinois Statewide Marriage Index, online at the Office of the Illinois Secretary of State.

    [274] Calculated from her age in the 1860 federal census.

    [275] Per his www.findagrave.com memorial #126284746.

    [276] Her parents’ names from her www.findagrave.com memorial #137496892.

    [277] Per her www.findagrave.com memorial #137496892.

    [278] www.findagrave.com, memorial #126284746, from his gravestone in Springdale Cemetery in Peoria, IL.

    [279] www.findagrave.com, memorial #137496892, from her gravestone in Springdale Cemetery in Peoria, IL.

    [280] Brookfield VRs, p. 227.

    [281] Petersham VRs, p. 163, the marriage intentions of Ebenezer Winslow and Rebekah Dean recorded on 11 July 1773 in Petersham.

    [282] Brookfield VRs, p. 432.

    [283] Petersham VRs, p. 58, recorded as “Baca” Winslow.

    [284] Ancestry.com Charles Winslow Family Tree file submitted by slow3, of Queensbury, Warren Co., NY; Petersham VRs, p. 192, the death of Kenelm Winslow on 10 May 1775 in Petersham, aged 62 years, 2 months, 7 days; Kelley, Louise H., and Dorothy Straw, Vital Records, Town of Harwich, Massachusetts 1694-1850, Harwich Historical Society, Taunton, 1982, [hereinafter Harwich VRs], p. 127, the birth of Ebenezer, son of Kenelm and Elisabeth Winslow, on 8 Sept. 1749 in Harwich, but his birth also recorded in Hardwick VRs, p. 127; Vital Records of Rochester, Massachusetts, To the Year 1850, New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, 1914, [hereinafter Rochester VRs], Vol. 2, p. 329, the marriage of Kenelm Winslow and Elisabeth Clap on 21 June 1734 in Rochester.

    [285] Per his www.findagrave.com memorial #14267527.

    [286] 1810 Federal Census, Litchfield, Herkimer Co., NY, p. 439, the John Washburn household had 1 male under 10, 1 male aged 26-44 years, 2 females under 10, 1 female aged 10-15 years,1 female aged 16-25 years, and 1 female aged 45 or over.

    [287] 1820 Federal Census, Litchfield, Herkimer Co., NY, p. 75, the John Washburn household had 1 male under 10, 1 male aged 16-18 years, 1 male aged 16-25 years, 1 male aged 26-44 years, 4 females under 10, 2 females aged 10-15 years, and 1 female aged 26-44 years, including 2 persons engaged in agriculture.

    [288] Ancestry.com Charles Winslow Family Tree file submitted by slow3, of Queensbury, Warren Co., NY; www.findagrave.com, memorial #20952740, from her gravestone in Jerusalem Hill Cemetery in Litchfield, NY.

    [289] Pedigree Resource File online database at www.FamilySearch.org, from an LDS church patron submittal, gives her name as Anna (Curtis) Winslow, widow of Joseph Winslow, but this is unlikely. Joseph Winslow married Anna Curtis on 20 Aug. 1807 in Bridport, Vermont, and they moved to New York, but there is no proof that it was Anna, the widow of Joseph Winslow, who married John Washburn of Litchfield, NY. Anna, the widow of Joseph Winslow, supposedly died instead in 1881 in Larimer Co., Colorado.

    [290] Ancestry.com Charles Winslow Family Tree file submitted by slow3, of Queensbury, Warren Co., NY; www.findagrave.com, memorial #14267527, from his gravestone in Jerusalem Hill Cemetery in Litchfield, NY.

    [291] Herkimer County Probate, Wills Vol. E, p. 147-149, with Alanson Townsend, Russel Norton, and William Harris as witnesses.

    [292] Herkimer County Probate, Letters Testamentary Vol. E, p. 63.

    [293] 1830 Federal Census, Litchfield, Herkimer Co., NY, p. 196, the Anna Washburn household had 1 male under 5, 1 male aged 5-9 years, 2 males aged 15-19 years, 2 females aged 5-9 years, 1 female aged 15-19 years, and 1 female aged 40-49 years.

    [294] FHL International Genealogical Index database at www.FamilySearch.org, from an LDS Church patron submittal.

    [295] FHL International Genealogical Index database at www.FamilySearch.org, from an LDS Church patron submittal.

    [296] Calculated from his age in the 1850 federal census.

    [297] 1830 Federal Census, Litchfield, Herkimer Co,. NY, p. 194, the Alver Warren household had 1 male under 5, 3 males aged 20-29 years, 1 female aged 10-14 years, and 1 female aged 20-29 years.

    [298] 1840 Federal Census, Litchfield, Herkimer Co., NY, p. 167, the Almer Warren household had 1 male under 5, 1 male aged 15-19 years, 1 male aged 30-39 years, 1 female aged 20-29 years, and 1 female aged 30-39 years, including 1 person employed in agriculture, and 1 person employed in manufacturing and trade.

    [299] 1850 Federal Census, German Flatts, Herkimer Co., NY, p. 104, dwelling #341, family  #364:

            Elmer Warren, 44, male, mason, born NY

            Caroline Warren, 40, female, born NY

            Enos Warren, 13, male, born NY, attending school

    [300] 1860 Federal Census, Phelps, Ontario Co., NY, Page No. 20, dwelling #153, family #153 (hard to read):

            Almer Warren, 54, male, stone mason, $4000, $1000, born NY

            Caroline Warren, 50, female, born NY

            Amander Warren, 23, male, farmer, born NY

            Charles Haskins, 16, male, domestic, born NY

            Margaret Branan, 20, female, domestic, born Ireland

            Jennie Boucher, 9, female, born NY

    [301] FHL International Genealogical Index database at www.FamilySearch.org, from an LDS Church patron submittal; www.findagrave.com, memorial #143755846, from her gravestone in Resthaven Cemetery in Phelps, NY, but her gravestone only gives the year.

    [302] www.findagrave.com, memorial #143755847, from his gravestone in Resthaven Cemetery in Phelps, NY, which only gives the year.

    [303] Ontario County Probate Vol. 73, p. 456. Bert L. Warren, of Phelps, was also granted administration of the estate of their son Amander E. Warren, late of the Village of Wolcottville, Lagrange Co., Indiana, on 28 Apr. 1885, recorded in Ontario County Probate Vol. 73, p. 457.

    [304] FHL International Genealogical Index database at www.FamilySearch.org, from an LDS Church patron submittal.

    [305] FHL International Genealogical Index database at www.FamilySearch.org, from an LDS Church patron submittal.

    [306] FHL International Genealogical Index database at www.FamilySearch.org, from an LDS Church patron submittal.

    [307] FHL International Genealogical Index database at www.FamilySearch.org, from an LDS Church patron submittal.

    [308] FHL International Genealogical Index database at www.FamilySearch.org, from an LDS Church patron submittal.