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Families of the Children of Nathaniel5 Washburn and Mary Pratt

 

 

         Lucy, the elder daughter of Nathaniel Washburn and Mary Pratt, married and lived in Freetown, MA, but her children lived in Halifax and Rochester, MA. Capt. Abram, the only surviving son of Nathaniel Washburn and Mary Pratt, lived in Bridgewater, but his eldest son moved up to Pomfret, VT. Hannah, the younger daughter of Nathaniel Washburn and Mary Pratt, married and moved to Cumberland Co., ME. Some of the grandchildren moved to Boston, MA, or west to New York, Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota, or Missouri.

 

 

 

 

John3 Washburn (6th)

 

 

Lt. John4 Washburn (7th)

 

 

 

 

Rebecca2 Lapham

 

Nathaniel5 Washburn

 

 

 

 

 

Nathaniel2 Packard

 

 

Margaret3 Packard

 

 

 

 

Lydia Smith[?]

Lucy6 Washburn

 

 

 

Capt. Abram6 Washburn

 

 

 

Hannah6 Washburn

 

 

 

Nathaniel Washburn (Jr.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Samuel2 Pratt

 

 

Samuel3 Pratt (Jr.)

 

 

 

 

Mary Barker

 

Mary4 Pratt

 

 

 

 

 

John Miller

 

 

Hannah Miller

 

 

 

 

Mercy

 

(975.) Lucy6 Washburn, eldest daughter of (363) Nathaniel5 Washburn, (111) Lt. John4 (7th), (56) John3 (6th), (43) John2 (5th), (28) John1 (4th); born in Bridgewater, MA, on 5 Dec. 1740,[1] mar­ried Nathaniel5 Mor­ton, son of Capt. Ebenezer4 and Mercy (Fos­ter) Mor­ton, of Middleborough,[2] on 13 Sept. 1757 in Bridgewater,[3] and they lived in Bridge­water. He was born on 10 Nov. 1735 in Middleborough,[4] a grandson of John3 and Mary (Ring) Morton (Jr.), of Middleborough,[5] and of John and Hannah (Stetson) Foster (Jr.)[6] The division of the estate of Capt. Ebenezer Morton, of Middleborough, on 23 May 1751, left one eleventh part to his son Nathaniel Morton.[7]

         Lucy (Washburn) Morton died on 18 Apr. 1766 in Bridgewater, aged 25 years,[8] and was buried in the Old Graveyard in Bridgewater. Nathaniel Morton remar­ried to Rebecca6 Mor­ton, daugh­ter of Maj. Nathaniel5 and Martha (Tupper) Morton (Jr.), of Freetown, MA, in 1767,[9] and they moved to Freetown, MA, before 1790. He was probably one of the three Nathaniel Mortons living in Freetown in the 1790 federal census,[10] the others being his wife Rebecca’s father Nathaniel Morton, Gentleman, and brother Nathaniel Morton Jr. Esq. Rebecca (Morton) Morton died on 28 May 1820 in Freetown, MA,[11] and he died on 13 Nov. 1826 in Freetown, aged 91 years, 11 months, 22 days,[12] and they were both buried in Morton Cemetery in Freetown, MA, but no probate records were filed for his estate in Bristol Co., MA.

         Lucy Washburn and Nathaniel Morton had chil­dren:[13]

        2597     i   Dr. Nathaniel6 Morton (Jr.), born on 25 June 1758 in Bridgewater,[14] mar­ried Joanna4 Tomson, daughter of Reuben3 and Sarah4 (Bryant) (Soule) (Tomson) Tomson, of Hali­fax, MA,[15] on 5 Dec. 1790 in Halifax.[16] She was born on 19 Jan. 1772 in Halifax,[17] a grand­daugh­ter of Thomas2 and Mary4 (Morton) Tomson, of Middleborough and Halifax,[18] and of Capt. George3 and Sarah (Ripley) Bryant, of Plympton,[19] and he was a physician in Hali­fax. They were living in Halifax, MA, in the 1800,[20] 1810,[21] and 1820 federal censuses.[22] He died intes­tate on 16 Sept. 1829 in Halifax, MA, aged 71 years,[23] and was buried in Tomson Cemetery in Halifax, MA. His sons Nathaniel Morton and Cyrus Morton were granted administration of his estate on 6 Oct. 1829.[24] Joanna (Tomson) Morton was probably living with her son Nathaniel Morton (3rd) in Halifax, MA, in the 1830 and 1840 federal censuses. She died intestate on 28 Apr. 1845 in Hali­fax, aged 73 years, 3 months, 9 days, of “consumption,”[25] and was also buried in Tomson Cemetery in Halifax, MA. Zadock Thompson, of Halifax, was granted administration of her estate on 19 May 1845, with Isaac Fuller and Elbridge G. Morton as sureties.[26] Dr. Nathaniel Morton (Jr.) and Joanna Tomson had children:

a. Nathaniel7 Morton (3rd), born on 3 Nov. 1791 in Halifax,[27] probably never married. He was co-administrator of his father’s estate in 1829, and he was a farmer. He was living in Halifax, MA, in the 1830,[28] and 1840 federal censuses.[29] He died intes­tate on 25 Dec. 1842 in Halifax, aged 51 years, of “consumption,”[30] and was buried in Tomson Cemetery in Halifax, MA. His brother, Cyrus Morton, was granted administration of his estate on 20 Feb. 1843.[31]

b. Lloyd7 Morton, born on 24 Feb. 1794 in Halifax,[32] married Mercy Tilson, daughter of John and Desire (Shaw) Tilson (3rd), of Halifax,[33] on 28 Sept. 1820 in Halifax.[34] She was born on 11 Mar. 1798 in Halifax.[35] They were living in Halifax, MA, in the 1820 federal census,[36] and moved to Hillsboro, Montgomery Co., IL, in about 1829.[37] They were living in Montgomery Co., IL, in the 1830 federal census,[38] and they moved to Quincy, Adams Co., IL, in 1836.[39] They were living in Quincy, Adams Co., IL, in the 1840 federal census,[40] in Melrose, Adams Co., IL, in the 1850 federal census,[41] and in Quincy, Adams Co., IL, in the 1860 federal census.[42] He died intestate on 11 June 1861 in Quincy, Adams Co., IL, aged 67 years, 3 months,[43] and his son Charles H. Morton was granted administration of his estate on 6 Aug. 1861.[44] She was still living in Quincy, IL, in the 1870 federal census.[45] She died on 25 Feb. 1874 in Quincy, IL, aged 75 years,[46] and they were both buried in Woodland Cemetery in Quincy, IL. They had at least 2 children:

1. Lt. Col. Charles8 H. Morton, born on 20 Aug. 1826 in Halifax, MA,[47] married Almira Jane Williams, daughter of Hon. Archibald and Nancy (Kemp) Williams,[48] in 1861.[49] She was born on 23 Feb. 1838 in Quincy, Adams Co., IL.[50] He served as a Major in the Army in the 84th Illinois Regiment during the Civil War, and was taken prisoner in the Battle of Chickamauga, GA. Upon his release from Libby Prison in Virginia he commanded a regiment at the capture of Atlanta, and was promoted to Lt. Colonel after the war.[51] After the war served as Adams County Clerk, and Police Magistrate for Quincy, IL.[52] He was also administrator of his father’s estate in 1861. They were living in Quincy, IL, in the 1870 federal census, where he was a clerk in the County Court.[53] He committed suicide on 26 May 1880 in Quincy, IL,[54] and she died on 26 Aug. 1904 in Quincy, IL,[55] and they were both buried in Woodland Cemetery in Quincy, IL.

2. Joanna8 T. Morton, born ca. 1834 in Hillsboro, Montgomery Co., IL,[56] was still unmarried and living with her parents in Quincy, IL, in the 1860 federal census, and with her widowed mother in the 1870 federal census, apparently never married. She died on 8 July 1893 in Springfield, Sangamon Co., IL, aged 59 years, and was buried in Woodland Cemetery in Quincy, IL.

3. (Possibly others)

c. Dr. Cyrus7 Morton, born on 14 Jan. 1797 in Halifax,[57] a physi­cian, mar­ried 1.) Lucy W. Drew, of Halifax, on 16 Oct. 1825 in Halifax.[58] She was born ca. 1807.[59] He was co-administrator of his father’s estate in 1829. They were probably living with his brother Nathaniel Morton (3rd) in Halifax, MA, in the 1830 federal census, and they were living in Halifax in the 1840 federal census.[60] She died on 31 Dec. 1839 in Halifax, aged 32 years,[61] and was buried in Tomson Cemetery in Halifax, MA. He remarried to 2.) Lydia Hall Drew, daughter of Capt. George and Sarah (Thomson) Drew, of Halifax,[62] on 25 Nov. 1841 in Hali­fax.[63] She was born on 17 Feb. 1815 in Halifax.[64] They were living near his brother Albert Morton in Halifax, MA, in the 1850,[65] and 1860 federal censuses,[66] and he was still living in Halifax, MA, in the 1870 federal census,[67] where he was a physician. He died testate on 18 May 1873 in Halifax, aged 76 years, 4 months, 4 days, of “kidney disease,”[68] and was buried in Tomson Cemetery in Halifax, MA, his will dated 2 Apr. 1870, and probated on 5 July 1873, mentioned his son Lloyd Morton, to whom he left all his medical books, his wife Lydia H. Morton, his daughter Lucy W. Packard, and son Thomas D. Morton, and he named his wife as executrix of his estate.[69] (See Appendix [A] for a full transcription of his will.) She was still living in Halifax, MA, in the 1880 federal census,[70] and she died a widow on 15 May 1887 in Halifax, aged 72 years, 2 months, 28 days, of “chronic diarrhea & general debility,”[71] and was also buried in Tomson Cemetery in Halifax. He had 5 sons by Lucy W. Drew, and 2 more children by Lydia Hall Drew:

1. Cyrus8 Morton Jr., born on 26 July 1826 in Halifax,[72] married Anna R. Mowry, daughter of Caleb and Clarinda Mowry, on 25 Jan. 1850 in Halifax.[73] He died on 20 Feb. 1870 in Randolph, MA, aged 43 years, 6 months, 24 or 25 days, of typhoid fever,[74] and was buried in Tomson Cemetery in Halifax, MA, but no probate records were filed for his estate in Plymouth Co., MA. She died on 15 Jan. 1903 in Halifax,[75] and was also buried in Tomson Cemetery in Halifax.

2. Dr. Lloyd8 Morton, born on 3 Dec. 1827 in Halifax,[76] was still unmarried and living with his parents in Halifax in the 1860 federal census, mentioned in his father’s 1870 will, and was left all his father’s medical books, married Mary Jane Johnson, who was born on 12 Mar. 1833 in Wallingford, Rutland Co., VT,[77] and they were living in North Providence, RI, in the 1860,[78] and 1870 federal censuses,[79] where he was a physician. He died on 16 Oct. 1888 in Pawtucket, RI,[80] and she died on 19 Aug. 1901 in Waverley, MA,[81] and they were both buried in River Street Cemetery in Woodstock, VT.

3. (Unnamed son), born on 29 Nov. 1830 in Halifax,[82] died in infancy, and was buried with his mother in Tomson Cemetery in Halifax, MA.

4. (Unnamed son), born on 11 Apr. 1832 in Halifax,[83] died in infancy, and was buried with his mother in Tomson Cemetery in Halifax, MA.

5. (Unnamed son), born on 31 Dec. 1839 in Halifax,[84] died in infancy, and was buried with his mother in Tomson Cemetery in Halifax, MA.

6. Lucy8 Waterman Morton, born on 19 Feb. 1843 in Halifax,[85] married Harrison Davis Packard, of Halifax, son of Jesse and Harriet Maria (Poole) Packard, of North Bridgewater,[86] as his second wife, on 12 Nov. 1867 in Halifax.[87] He was born on 16 July 1840 in North Bridgewater,[88] and had married first to Lucy Morton Thompson, daughter of Ephraim Briggs and Eliza Richmond (Soule) Thompson,[89] who died on 14 Apr. 1865 in Halifax,[90] and was buried in Tomson Cemetery in Halifax. He served as an Ensign in the U. S. Navy,[91] and he died in 1927.[92] She died in 1929,[93] and they were both buried in Tomson Cemetery in Halifax, MA.

7. Thomas8 Drew Morton, born on 27 Apr. 1848 in Halifax,[94] married Lucy B. Lull, daughter of Stephen P. and Mary J. (Morton) Lull,[95] on 3 Aug. 1887 in East Bridgewater, MA.[96] She was born on 14 Sept. 1860 in Halifax,[97] and she was his first cousin once removed. He died in 1927,[98] and she died in 1948,[99] and they were both buried in Tomson Cemetery in Halifax, MA.

d. Joanna7 Morton, born on 10 Oct. 1799 in Halifax,[100] married Joel Peter­son, son of Elijah and Abigail (Whittemore) Peterson, of Duxbury, MA,[101] as his second wife, on 27 Mar. 1838 in Halifax.[102] He was born ca. 1778 in Duxbury,[103] and was widower of Sarah (Magoun) Peterson, who died on 2 Apr. 1835. They were living in Duxbury in the 1850 federal census, where he was a housewright.[104] Joel Peterson died testate on 19 Nov. 1856 in Duxbury, his will dated 19 Apr. 1855, and probated in Dec. 1856, mentioned his wife Joanna Peterson, and his only child Silvina Ford, and he named Peleg Ford, of Duxbury, as executor of his estate.[105] (See Appendix [B] for a full transcription of his will.) Joanna (Mor­ton) Peter­son was living with her brother Cyrus Morton in Halifax, MA, in the 1860, and 1870 federal censuses, and she died intestate on 22 Feb. 1875 in Halifax, aged 75 years, 4 months,[106] and was buried in Tomson Cemetery in Halifax, MA. Her brother Elbridge G. Morton, of Halifax, was granted administration of her estate on 12 Apr. 1875.[107]

e. Albert7 Morton, born on 26 Apr. 1802 in Halifax,[108] mar­ried Rachel G. Hadley, of Hali­fax, daughter of Phillip and Jane W. Hadley,[109] on 10 Oct. 1825 in Hali­fax.[110] She was born ca. 1808 in MA or NH.[111] They were living in Halifax, MA, in the 1830,[112] and 1840 federal censuses,[113] and near his brother Cyrus Morton in Halifax, MA, in the 1850,[114] and 1860 federal censuses,[115] where he was a farmer. He died on 27 Mar. 1861 in Halifax, aged 58 years, 11 months, 1 day, of “consumption,”[116] and was buried in Tomson Cemetery in Halifax, but no probate records were filed for his estate. She was living with the family of her daughter and son-in-law, Stephen P. and Mary J. Lull, in Halifax, in the 1870 federal census. She died a widow on 27 Feb. 1871 in Halifax, aged 62 years, 7 months, 11 days, of heart disease,[117] and was also buried in Tomson Cemetery in Halifax, MA. They had children:

1. William F. Morton, born on 29 Feb. 1828, died on 28 Mar. 1828 in Halifax, aged 28 days, and was buried in Tomson Cemetery in Halifax.[118]

2. Mary8 J. Morton, born on 15 May 1832 in MA,[119] married Stephen P. Lull, son of Simon and Lucy (Bourn) Lull,[120] on 5 Dec. 1857 in Halifax.[121] He was born on ca. 9 Oct. 1832 in Kingston, MA.[122] They were living with her parents in Halifax in the 1860 federal census, where he was a shoemaker. Her widowed mother was living with them in Halifax, MA, in the 1870 federal census, where he was a shoemaker,[123] and they were still living in Halifax, MA, in the 1880 federal census, where he was working for a shoe factory.[124] She died on 9 Aug. 1900 in Halifax, MA, aged 68 years, 2 months, 25 days, of “consumption,”[125] and he died on 21 Oct. 1908 in Halifax, MA, aged 76 years, 12 days, of tuberculosis,[126] and they were both buried in Tomson Cemetery in Halifax, MA.

3. Leonice F. Morton, born on ca. 20 Aug. 1835,[127] died on 5 Apr. 1845 in Halifax, aged 9 years, 7 months, 16 days, of “obstruction,”[128] and was buried in Tomson Cemetery in Halifax.

f. Elbridge7 Gerry Morton, born on 21 Dec. 1804 in Halifax,[129] mar­ried Louisa Rich­mond, daughter of Rev. Abel and Ruth (Sturtevant) Richmond, of Halifax,[130] on 3 Apr. 1833 in Halifax.[131] She was born on 17 Jan. 1806 in Halifax.[132] They were living in Halifax, MA, in the 1840,[133] 1850,[134] 1860,[135] and 1870 federal censuses,[136] where he was a farmer. He died intestate on 25 June 1875 in Halifax, aged 70 years, 6 months, 4 days, of pneumonia,[137] and was buried in Tomson Cemetery in Halifax, and their son Nathaniel Morton, of Halifax, was granted administration of his estate on 24 Jan. 1876.[138] Louisa (Richmond) Morton was still living in Halifax, MA, with their son Nathaniel Morton in the 1880 federal census, and she died a widow on 21 Oct. 1887 in Halifax, aged 81 years, 9 months, 4 days, of “senile decay.”[139] They had children:

a. Louisa8 M. Morton, born ca. 1834 in Halifax,[140] married Loring Tirrell, son of Capt. Vinson and Susanna (Spear) Tirrell, of Weymouth,[141] on 15 Dec. 1857 in Halifax.[142] He was born on 26 Nov. 1821 in Weymouth, MA,[143] and they were living in Weymouth in the 1860 federal census, where he was a farmer,[144] the 1870 federal census, where he was a cattle dealer,[145] and the 1880 federal census, where no occupation was given for him.[146] He died on 22 Feb. 1892 in Weymouth, aged 70 years, 2 months, 27 days, of pneumonia,[147] and she died on 10 June 1906 in Holbrook, MA, aged 72 years, 5 days, of pneumonia.[148]

b. Nathaniel8 Morton, born ca. 1841 in Halifax,[149] married 1.) Bethia Harrington Cobb, of Pembroke, daughter of Joseph and Rosilla (Ford) Cobb,[150] on 1 Jan. 1868 in Halifax.[151] She was born on 16 Feb. 1846 in Duxbury, MA.[152] They were living with his parents in Halifax, MA, in the 1870 federal census, where he was a farm laborer, and he was administrator of his father’s estate in 1876. His widowed mother was living with them in Halifax in the 1880 federal census, where he was a farmer.[153] Bethia H. Morton died on 28 Mar. 1866 in Pembroke, MA, aged 40 years, 1 month, 11 days, of “phthisis,”[154] and he remarried to 2.) Julia F. West, of Pembroke, daughter of Albert O. and Helen M. (Scanlan) West,[155] on 25 May 1891 in Pembroke.[156] She was born on 4 Apr. 1870 in Randolph, MA.[157]

g. Charles7 Morton, born on 27 Oct. 1810 in Halifax,[158] chose his mother Joanna Morton, of Halifax, widow, as his guardian on 6 Oct. 1829,[159] married Rebecca H. Wyman.[160] She was born on 14 Feb. 1820 in MA.[161] They were living in Quincy, Adams Co., IL, in the 1850 federal census, where he was a land agent.[162] He died on 6 Jan. 1851 in Quincy, Adams Co., IL, aged 40 years,[163] and was buried in Woodland Cemetery in Quincy, IL. She moved to St. Louis, MO, where she was living with her sons in the 1870 federal census.[164] She was enumerated twice in St. Louis in the 1880 federal census, as a head of household with her two sons and Isaac’s family,[165] and as living with the family of their son Isaac W. Morton.[166] She died on 17 Apr. 1900 in St. Louis, MO, and was buried in Woodland Cemetery in Quincy, Adams Co., IL.[167] They had at least two sons:

a. Nathaniel8 Morton, born on 4 Oct. 1841 in Quincy, Adams Co., IL,[168] probably never married. He was still unmarried and living with his mother in St. Louis, MO, in the 1870 and 1880 federal censuses, a land agent. He died on 22 Nov. 1897 in St. Louis, MO,[169] and was buried in Hillcrest Abbey in St. Louis, MO.

b. Isaac8 Wyman Morton, born in 1847 in Quincy, Adams Co., IL,[170] married Jeanette Filley, daughter of Oliver Dwight and Chloe Velina (Brown) Filley, of St. Louis.[171] She was born on 20 Jan. 1850.[172] They were living in St. Louis, MO, in the 1880 federal census, where he was a hardware merchant.[173] He died accidentally on 18 Oct. 1903 at the Quivre Hunting and Fishing Club near O’Fallon, MO,[174] and she died on 27 Feb. 1933,[175] and they were both buried in Bellefontaine Cemetery in St. Louis, MO.

        2598    ii   Temperance6 “Tempe” Morton, born on 9 Oct. 1762 in Bridgewater,[176] mar­ried Joseph Pierce (Jr.), son of Joseph and Phebe (Smith) Pierce, of Rochester, MA,[177] probably as his second wife, on 18 Sept. 1788 in Freetown, MA.[178] He was born on 7 Jan. 1756 in Rochester,[179] and had probab­ly married first to Rhoda Clark, of Middleborough, on 23 Jan. 1777 in Middleborough.[180] They were living in Rochester, MA, in the 1790 federal census,[181] but he was not a head of household in Rochester in the 1800 federal census, and no death records were found for either of them in Rochester, Middleborough, or Freetown, MA. Temperance (Morton) Pierce possibly had no children.

        2599   iii   Abram Morton, born on 22 Nov. 1765 in Bridgewater,[182] died on 10 June 1766 in Bridgewater.[183]

 

 

(976.) Capt. Abraham6 “Abram” Washburn, only son of (363) Nathaniel5 Washburn, (111) Lt. John4 (7th), (56) John3 (6th), (43) John2 (5th), (28) John1 (4th); born in Bridgewater, MA, on 26 Jan. 1742,[184] mar­ried (938) Rebecca5 Leon­ard, daugh­ter of (208) Josiah4 and (356) Jemima5 (Wash­burn) Leonard (Jr.),[185] on 28 Oct. 1765 in Bridgewater.[186] She was born on 17 Jan. 1743/4 in Bridgewater,[187] a granddaughter of Josiah3 and (69) Margery3 (Washburn) Leonard, and of (110) Josiah4 and Mercy3 (Tilson) Washburn,[188] and they were second cousins.

         Abram Washburn was Captain of a Company during the Revolutionary War, and was called a “Gentleman” in deeds. He died intestate on 8 July 1785 in Bridgewater, aged 42 years.[189] His widow, Rebecca Washburn, and Judge Benjamin Willis were appointed as admin­istrators of his estate on 1 Aug. 1785, with John Miller, of Middleborough, and Seth Josselyn, of Hanover, as sureties. His inventory was presented on 4 Jan. 1786 by Eliphalet Cary, Solomon Leonard, and Isaac Lazell, trader, all of Bridgewater, and his estate was declared insolvent on 6 Mar. 1786. His widow’s dower was set off to her by John Washburn, Eliphalet Cary, and Eleazer Cary on 10 Mar. 1786, creditors were paid, and the final division was made 26 Jan. 1789 between his heirs, Nathaniel Washburn, the eldest son, Chloe Washburn, Seth Washburn, Abram Washburn, and Lucy Washburn.[190]

         On 1 Apr. 1789 Rebecca Washburn, widow of Abram Washburn, was appointed as guardian of her younger children, Seth, Abra­ham, and Lucy Washburn, minors under 14.[191] She was living in Bridgewater, MA, in the 1790 federal census, next door to her husband’s widowed step-father, Eleazer Carey, and her son-in-law, Edward Mitchell.[192] She died intestate on 26 Jan. 1831 in Bridgewater, of “old age,” aged 87 years,[193] and her grandson, Abram Washburn “2nd” was granted administration of her estate on 5 Apr. 1831.[194]

         Capt. Abram Washburn and Rebecca Leonard had children:[195]

        2600     i   Nathaniel7 Washburn, born on 22 Oct. 1766 in Bridgewater,[196] married Salome/Silome Simmons, daughter of Moses and (1514) Lois6 (Hayward) Simmons, of South Bridgewater,[197] in ca. 1791.[198] She was born ca. 1771 in ME[?],[199] a granddaughter of Josiah5 and (478) Mary (Perkins) Hayward (Jr.), of Bridgewater.[200] They moved to Pomfret, Wind­sor Co., VT. Nathaniel and Salome Washburn were living in Pomfret, VT, in the 1791 federal census,[201] but apparently re­turned to Bridgewater, MA, in ca. 1800, and then back to Pomfret, VT, where they were living in the 1810,[202] and 1820 federal censuses,[203] They again returned to Bridgewater, MA, by 1830, where he was probably living in the 1830,[204] and 1840 federal censuses.[205] He died on 9 Feb. 1843 in Bridgewater, MA, aged 76 years,[206] and was buried in Mount Prospect Cemetery in Bridgewater. On 27 Nov. 1831 Salome Washburn, wife of Nathaniel Washburn, was admitted into the North Middleborough Congregational Church.[207] She was still living in Bridgewater in the 1850 federal cen­sus, with her daughter and son-in-law, Lewis and Rebecca Holmes. She proba­bly died before 1855, but no pro­bate re­cords were found for either of them in Plym­outh County. Nathaniel Washburn and Salome Simmons had chil­dren:

a. Rebecca8 Leonard Washburn, born on 28 Aug. 1792 in Pomfret, VT,[208] mar­ried 1.) John7 Conant, son of Maj. Jeremiah6 and (2450) Mary5 (Leonard) Conant, of Pomfret, VT,[209] on 2 Dec. 1813 in Pomfret.[210] He was born on 19 June 1787 in Pomfret,[211] a grandson of John5 and Abihail (Pratt) Conant,[212] and of Capt. Solomon4 and (929) Joanna6 (Washburn) Leonard (Jr.)[213] He died intes­tate on 26 Dec. 1831 in Bridgewater, MA, of “consumption,” aged 44 years.[214] Abraham Washburn 2d, of Bridgewater, Gentleman, was granted administration of his estate on 1 May 1832, and his estate was inventoried by Avery Fobes, Nathl. Washburn and Horace Ames on 12 June 1832.[215] She remar­ried to 2.) Lewis7 Holmes, son of Joseph6 and Lydia (Lucas) Holmes (3rd), of Plymouth,[216] as his second wife, in ca. 1835.[217] He was born ca. 1806 in Plymouth, MA,[218] and had married first to Ruth S. Morse, of Middleborough, on 10 Apr. 1831 in Carver, MA.[219] Lewis and Rebecca Holmes were living in Bridgewater in the 1840,[220] and 1850 federal censuses, where he was a trad­er, and her moth­er, Salome Washburn, was living with them.[221] His par­ents, Joseph and Lydia Holmes, were living next door to them in 1850.[222] Rebecca Leon­ard (Washburn) (Conant) Holmes died on 29 Oct. 1852 in Bridgewater, aged 60 years, of “eresipelas,”[223] and Lewis Holmes remar­ried again to Mary Ann (Drew) Besford,[224] of Bridgewater, daughter of James and Mary Drew, of Halifax, Nova Sco­tia, as her second husband, on 6 Mar. 1853 in Bridgewater.[225] They were living in Bridgewater in the 1855 state census,[226] and the 1860 federal census,[227] where he was a merchant, and the 1865 state census, where he was the Post Master.[228] She died on 25 Jan. 1878 in Bridgewater, aged 59 years, 6 months, 28 days, of “chronic diarrhoea.”[229] He died a widower on 18 Mar. 1893 in Bridgewater, aged 86 years, 6 months, of “mitral insufficiency.”[230] Rebecca Leon­ard Washburn had 2 chil­dren by John Conant, and probably one daughter by Lewis Holmes:

1. Chauncy8 Conant, born on 18 Aug. 1814 in Pomfret, VT,[231] no guardian was appointed for him when his father died in 1831, but he was appointed as guardian of his brother Albert Conant in 1836, married 1.) (____), and 2.) Mary S. (Crocker) Lewis, daughter of Samuel S. and Mary Crocker, and widow of Robinson Lewis,[232] on 18 May 1862 in Barnstable.[233] She was born on 8 July 1821 in Barnstable, MA,[234] and had married first to Robinson Lewis on 14 Sept. 1843 in Barnstable.[235] They were living in Barnstable, MA, in the 1865 state census, where he was a trader,[236] and the 1870 federal census, where he was a merchant,[237] and in Boston, MA, in the 1880 federal census.[238] He died on 24 Aug. 1894 in Hyde Park, MA, aged 80 years.[239] He had a son by Mary S. Crocker:

a. Albert9 F. Conant, born on 11 Mar. 1863 in Barnstable, MA,[240] married Laura M. Carey, of Boston, daughter of John F. and Martha S. (Axtell) Carey,[241] on 18 Nov. 1895 in Hyde Park, MA.[242] She was born ca. 1865 in Orange, NJ.[243]

2. Albert8 Conant, born on 6 July 1821 in Pomfret, VT,[244] after his father died and his mother remarried, as a minor over the age of 14 years, he chose his brother Chauncy Conant as his guardian in right of his father on 5 Apr. 1836,[245] and he mar­ried Catharine Scarborough, daughter of Philip and Deidama (Prince) Scarborough, of Brooklyn, Windham Co., CT,[246] on 27 Dec. 1848 in Brooklyn, CT.[247] She was born on 6 Sept. 1823 in Brooklyn, CT.[248] She was still living with her parents in Brooklyn, Windham Co., CT, in the 1850 federal census,[249] but he was not listed in the family. They were both living with her parents in Brooklyn, CT, in the 1860 federal census, where he was a farmer,[250] and her widowed mother, Deidama Scarborough, was living with them in Brooklyn, CT, in the 1870 federal census.[251] They were living in Boston, MA, in the house of Nathl. L. and Maria Webber in the 1880 federal census, where he was an artist in oil colors.[252] He died on 22 Feb. 1883 in Boston, aged 61 years, 7 months, of “gastritis and exhaustion.”[253] They had children:

a. Theodore9 Scarborough Conant, born on 9 July 1850 in Brooklyn, CT,[254] married Lucy Elizabeth Bigelow, daughter of Alanson and Anne Rebecca (Bangs) Bigelow,[255] on 18 Jan. 1883 in Boston.[256] She was born on 4 Apr. 1846 in Cambridge, MA.[257]

b. Lucy S. Conant, born ca. 1867 in Brooklyn, CT.[258]

3. Isabella8 “Belle” F. Holmes, born on 5 June 1846 in Boston,[259] mar­ried David Thomas Burrell, son of Jarvis D. and Nancy (Howard) Burrell,[260] on 18 Sept. 1864 in Bridgewater.[261] He was born on 23 Apr. 1839 in West Bridgewater.[262] She was not listed among her parents' children in the 1850 or 1860 federal censuses in Bridgewater, but David and Belle Burrell were liv­ing with the fami­ly of Lewis and Mary A. Holmes in Bridgewater in the 1865 state cen­sus, where he was an artist,[263] and they were living in North Bridgewater, MA, in the 1870 federal census, where he was a photographer.[264] She died on 29 Dec. 1872 in Bridgewater, aged 26 years, 6 months, 24 days, of heart disease.[265] He remarried to Alice L. Shaw, daughter of Francis M. and Mary L. Shaw, of Raynham, on 7 Sept. 1876 in Brockton, MA.[266] She was born ca. 1853 in Raynham, MA.[267] They were living in Brockton, MA, in the 1880 federal census, where he was a photographer.[268] Isabelle F. (Holmes) Burrell had twin sons:

a. Frank Burrell, a twin, born on 12 Dec. 1872 in North Bridgewater, MA.[269]

b. Albert Burrell, a twin, born on 12 Dec. 1872 in North Bridgewater, MA.[270]

b. Col. Abraham/Abram8 Washburn, born on 17 Apr. 1795 in Pomfret, VT,[271] mar­ried 1.) Pamelia6? Keith, daughter of Isaac5? and (2446) Joanna (Pratt) (Besse) Keith (Jr.),[272] on 14 Apr. 1822 in Bridgewater.[273] She was born on 13 May 1798 in Bridgewater,[274] a grand­daughter of Isaac4? and Mary (Randall) Keith, of Easton, and of Deacon Seth and (928) Hannah6 (Washburn) Pratt, of Bridgewater. She died on 25 Mar. 1831 in Bridgewater, aged 32 years,[275] and was buried in the Old Graveyard in Bridgewater. He remarried to 2.) Sarah Miller Shaw, daugh­ter of Dr. Samuel and Olive (Leon­ard) Shaw, on 14 Oct. 1832 in Bridgewater.[276] She was born on 23 Nov. 1796 in Bridgewa­ter,[277] a granddaughter of Zebulon Leon­ard, of Middleborough. He was called “Abram Washburn 2d” to avoid confusion with his uncle, Capt. Abram Washburn, Jr. He was granted administration of the estate of his grand­mother, Rebecca Washburn, on 5 Apr. 1831.[278] He was also named as executor of the will of his “Great Aunt” Sarah Washburn, which was probated on 5 July 1836.[279] She was actually the first cousin of his grandfa­ther. Abram “2d” and Sarah M. Washburn were living in Bridgewater in the 1850 federal census,[280] the 1855 state census,[281] and the 1860 federal census,[282] where he was a farmer, but they were not found in Bridgewater in the 1865 state census. She died in Dec. 1861 in Bridgewater, aged 65 years, of “paryleses,”[283] and was buried in Mount Prospect Cemetery in Bridgewater. He was still living in Bridgewater, MA, in the 1870 federal census, a farmer,[284] and the 1880 federal census, a blacksmith.[285] Abram Washburn died a widower, testate, on 28 May 1881 in Bridgewater, aged 86 years, 1 months, 11 days,[286] and was buried in Mount Prospect Cemetery in Bridgewater, his will dated 1 Apr. 1872, mentioned his daughters Saba W. Sprague, widow of Fisher A. Sprague, and Hannah A. Washburn, both of Bridgewater, and his grandson Edward H. Cutler, of St. Paul, Minnesota, the only surviving child of his daughter Lucia C. Cutler, late wife of William J. Cutler. His daughter Hannah A. Washburn was granted administration of his estate with will annexed on 11 July 1881, since he did not name an executor.[287] (See Appendix [C] for a full transcription of his will.) Col. Abram Washburn “2nd” had 3 chil­dren by Pamela Keith, and 5 more child­ren by Sarah Miller Shaw:

1. Lucretia/Lucia9 Conant Washburn, born on 27 Mar. 1823 in Bridge­water,[288] mar­ried Wil­liam Jonathan Cutler, of Boston, son of Dr. William H. and Abigail (Lowe) Cutler,[289] on 4 Apr. 1843 in Bridgewater.[290] He was born on 19 Apr. 1815 in Winchendon, MA.[291] They were not found in Massachusetts in the 1850 census. She died on 15 Nov. 1853 in Boston,[292] and he remarried to Cordelia A. Ripley, of Brookline, MA, daughter of Francis and Adeline Ripley,[293] on 21 Mar. 1855 in Boston,[294] but she died on 1 Dec. 1855 in Boston, aged 24 years, 11 months, of “congestion of brain,”[295] and he remarried again to Lucy Lazell (Hobart) Carter, of Newton, MA, daughter of Benjamin and Deborah (Lazell) Hobart, of Abington, MA,[296] and widow of Richard B. Carter, of Boston,[297] as her second husband, on 18 Feb. 1857 in Roxbury, MA.[298] She was born on 4 Oct. 1817 in Abington.[299] They were living in Brookline, Norfolk Co., MA, in the 1860 federal census, where he was a druggist.[300] He was administrator of the estate of her brother-in-law, Fisher A. Sprague, of Bridgewater, in 1868, but they were not found in the 1870 federal census. He died on 1 Apr. 1894 in Boston, aged 78 years, 11 months, of “angina pectoris,”[301] and she died a widow on 26 Apr. 1897 in Boston, aged 79 years, 6 months, of “bronchitis 6 wks & diabetes.”[302] Lucretia Conant Washburn had children:

a. William Washburn Cutler, born on 1 Dec. 1844 in Boston,[303] apparently died before the 1872 will of his grandfather, Abram Washburn.

b. Lucia Lowe Cutler, born on 21 Mar. 1846 in Boston, died young.[304]

c. Edward Hutchins Cutler, born on 3 May 1848 in Boston,[305] was living in St. Paul, MN, in 1872 when his grandfather wrote his will, married Lucy Carter Dunbar, of Boston, daughter of William H. and Amelia (Hobart) Dunbar,[306] on 13 June 1872 in Boston.[307] She was born on 7 Oct. 1848 in Abington, MA,[308] and they were living in St. Paul, Ramsey Co., MN, in the 1880 federal census, where he was a merchant.[309] He died on 2 June 1925 in St. Paul, MN,[310] and she died on 9 Apr. 1948 in St. Paul, MN,[311] and they were both buried in Oakland Cemetery in St. Paul, MN.

d. Charles Perkins Cutler, born on 3 July 1851 in Boston, died in Feb. 1852 in Boston.[312]

2. Ann Washburn, born on 20 Mar. 1827 in Bridgewater,[313] died on 26 June 1828 in Bridgewater, aged 15 months, of “debility,”[314] and was buried in the Old Graveyard in Bridgewater.

3. Saba9 Washburn, born on 4 Aug. 1829 in Bridgewater,[315] married Fisher7 Ames Sprague, son of Benjamin6 and Lucy (Ames) Sprague (3rd),[316] on 23 Sept. 1851 in Boston.[317] He was born on 18 Sept. 1821 in Bridgewater.[318] a grandson of Benjamin5 and Priscilla (Churchill) Sprague (Jr.).[319] He was a clerk in Bridgewater in the 1855 state census,[320] an accountant in the 1860 federal census,[321] and a clerk in the 1865 state cen­sus­.[322] He died intes­tate on 18 Jan. 1868 in Bridgewater, aged 46 years, 8 months, of typhoid fever,[323] and William J. Cutler, of Boston, was granted administration of his estate on 10 Feb. 1868, with Abram Washburn and Joseph A. Hyde, of Bridgewater, as sureties.[324] She was still living in Bridgewater, MA, in the 1870,[325] and 1880 federal censuses.[326] Daughter Saba W. Sprague, widow of Fisher A. Sprague, was mentioned in the 1872 will of her father. They had chil­dren:

a. Lucy8 Ames Sprague, born on 20 Dec. 1852 in Bridgewater,[327] married Frank Elmer Hall, of Portland, ME, son of Henry A. and Amelia W. (Josselyn) Hall,[328] on 19 Feb. 1874 in Bridgewater.[329] He was born ca. 1852 in Boston.[330] They were living in Bridgewater, MA, with her widowed mother in the 1880 federal census, where he was a rubber dealer. She died on 12 Mar. 1911 in Quincy, MA, aged 58 years, 2 months, 23 days, of “apoplexy,”[331] and he died a widower on 14 Mar. 1913 in Quincy, MA, aged 60 years, 9 months, 25 days, of “chronic endocarditis.”[332]

b. Benjamin8 Ames Sprague, born on 1 June 1856 in Bridgewater,[333] marriage not found. He was still unmarried and living with his widowed mother in Bridgewater, MA, in the 1880 federal census working as a clerk in his brother-in-law Frank E. Hall’s rubber store.

c. Nathaniel8 Fisher Sprague, born on 23 Aug. 1860 in Bridgewater,[334] married Fannie E. Plunkett, of Watertown, MA, on 16 Feb. 1887 in Watertown.[335] She was born ca. 1865 in Providence, RI.[336]

4. Abram9 Washburn (Jr.), born on 1 Aug. 1833 in Bridgewater,[337] was still unmar­ried and living with his parents in Bridgewater in the 1860 federal census, a tin worker, with the family of Philo7 Mitchell in Bridgewater in the 1865 state census, where he was a farmer,[338] and with his widowed father in Bridgewater in the 1870 federal census. No pro­bate re­cords were found for him in Plymouth County, but he was not mentioned in the 1872 will of his father.

5. Nathaniel9 Washburn, born on 6 Sept. 1835 in Bridgewater,[339] was living with his parents in Bridgewater and called “out of health” in the 1855 state cen­sus, but he was not found in Bridgewater in the 1860 federal census. He died on 28 May 1861 in Bridgewater,[340] and was buried in Mount Prospect Cemetery in Bridgewater, but no pro­bate re­cords were filed for his estate in Plym­outh Coun­ty.

6. Hope Savage Washburn, born on 19 Apr. 1837 in Bridge­water,[341] was living with her parents in Bridgewater in the 1855 state census in Bridgewater, but she died on 2 June 1855 in Bridgewater, aged 17 years, of “consumption,”[342] and was buried in Mount Prospect Cemetery in Bridgewater.

7. Hannah9 Ames Washburn, born on 14 May 1840 in Bridgewater,[343] probably never married. She was still unmarried and living in Bridgewater with her widowed father in the 1870 and 1880 federal censuses, and she was named as the administratrix with will annexed of her father’s estate in 1881. She died on 23 Feb. 1920 in Bridgewater,[344] and was buried in Mount Prospect Cemetery in Bridgewater.

8. Samuel9 Shaw Washburn, born on 13 Jan. 1842 in Bridge­water,[345] was still unmarried living with his parents in Bridgewater in the 1860 federal census, was killed on 24 June 1862 in Bridgewater, aged 20 years, 6 months, in an explosion of a boiler,[346] and was buried in Mount Prospect Cemetery in Bridgewater.

c. Nathaniel8 Washburn (Jr.), born on 14 May 1797 in Pomfret, VT,[347] married Joanna Harlow Snell, daughter of William and Eunice5 (Cary) Snell,[348] on 29 June 1823 in Bridgewater. She was born on 2 Nov. 1796 in Bridgewater,[349] a grand­daugh­ter of Henry4 and Martha (Byram) Cary, of Bridgewater.[350] He died intestate on 18 Nov. 1829 in Bridgewater, aged 32 years, of “consumption,”[351] and Artemas Hale, of Bridgewater, was grant­ed administration of his estate on 1 Dec. 1829. His inventory was presented on 6 Apr. 1830, and his widow re­ceived her allowance in Oct. 1830, and his estate was final­ly set­tled after she died, on 5 Dec. 1831.[352] She died intestate on 18 Sept. 1831 in Bridgewater, aged 34 years, also of “consump­tion.”[353] Nathan Mitchell, of Bridgewater, was granted adminis­tration of her estate on 1 Nov. 1831.[354] They had one daugh­ter who died young:

1. Maria Snell Washburn, born on 20 May 1824 in Bridgewater,[355] died on 11 June 1825 in Bridgewater.[356]

d. John8 Washburn, born on 4 Oct. 1799 in Pomfret, VT,[357] married Mira6 Sprague, daugh­ter of (2639) Capt. Ephraim5 and (1673) Vina5 (Edson) Sprague, of Bridgewater,[358] on 27 July 1828 in Bridgewater,[359] but he died on 11 Nov. 1828 in Bridgewater, of “consump­tion,” aged 29 “the 4th of last October,”[360] and was buried in Mount Prospect Cemetery in Bridgewater. No probate records were filed for his estate in Plymouth Coun­ty, and he probably had no children. Mira Sprague was born on 17 Aug. 1806 in Bridgewater,[361] and she remar­ried to Hon. John Angier Shaw, son of Dr. Samuel and Olive (Leonard) Shaw,[362] as his second wife, on 17 Oct. 1830 in Bridgewater.[363] He was born ca. 1793 in Nova Scotia,[364] graduated from Harvard University in 1811,[365] and he was a teacher in Bridgewater in the 1850 federal census,[366] the 1855 state census,[367] the 1865 state census,[368] and the 1870 federal census,[369] but he was not found in Bridgewater in the 1860 federal census. He died testate in 1873 in Bridgewater, his will dated 17 Aug. 1870 mentioned his wife Mira Shaw, his daughters Olive R. Perkins, Sarah H. S. Hayward, Mary H. S. Drake, and Anna Jane Shaw, and his son John A. Shaw, and to his niece Hannah A. Washburn he left the portrait of his mother. He named his friend Artemas Hale as executor of his estate, and Caleb Hobart as the executor if he should survive Artemas Hale. Artemas Hale declined as executor on 20 Oct. 1873, and Caleb Hobart, of Bridgewater, was granted Letters Testamentary on 8 Dec. 1873.[370] Mira (Sprague) (Washburn) Shaw died a widow, tes­tate, on 7 May 1880 in Bridgewater, aged 73 years, 8 months, 20 days, of “cancer of liver,”[371] her will dated 26 Oct. 1876, with a codicil dated 17 July 1878, and probated on 14 June 1880, mentioned her daughters Sarah H. S. Hayward, the children of Sarah, namely John A., Samuel D., and Hope W. Hayward, daughter Mary N. S. Deane, wife of James E. Deane, their daughter Mira Shaw Deane, daughter Anna Jene Shaw, Olive R. Perkins, and her children Rosalie S. Perkins, David Perkins, Margaret B. Perkins, Jacob Perkins, and Sallie R. Hall, wife of William H. Hall, Roby Jackson and Harriet Barker, son John A. Shaw, with some of his share going to Caleb Hobart, of Bridgewater, in trust for the children of son John A. Shaw, and she named Caleb Hobart as executor of her estate. Her codicil mentioned Mira Sprague Shaw, daughter of her son John A. Shaw.[372]

e. Lois H. Washburn, born on 2 June 1801 in Bridgewater,[373] died young.

f. Lois8 Howard Washburn, born on 16 Dec. 1814 in Bridgewater or Pomfret,[374] mar­ried Ephraim7 Holmes Sprague, son of Capt. Holmes6 and Betsey (Copeland) Sprague,[375] in ca. 1833 in Bridgewater.[376] He was born on 27 Feb. 1809 in Bridgewater,[377] a grandson of (2639) Capt. Ephraim5 and (1673) Vina5 (Edson) Sprague, and he was a machinist in Bridgewater in the 1850 federal census,[378] and a “gin wright” in Bridgewater in the 1855 state census,[379] and the 1860 federal census.[380] She died tes­tate on 6 Nov. 1863 in Bridgewater, aged 48 years, 11 months, 20 days, of “consumption,”[381] her will dated 8 July 1859, and probated on 23 Nov. 1863, left her estate to her husband Ephraim H. Sprague, whom she named as executor of her estate.[382] (See Appendix [D] for a full transcription of her will.) Ephraim H. Sprague was living in Bridgewater in 1865 with his father, Holmes Sprague, a “gen­tleman.”[383] On 22 Oct. 1866 he was ap­point­ed as guard­ian of Seth Washburn, of Bridgewater, a “spend­thrift,” which he contin­ued to over­see until Oct. 1891, when Seth died.[384] He was apparently living with the family of his brother-in-law, Abram Washburn, in Bridgewater, in the 1870 federal census, and he remarried to Emily Caroline Snow, daughter of Ephraim L. and Alice C. (Meade) Snow, of Boston,[385] on 2 Apr. 1873 in Bridgewater.[386] She was born on 6 Oct. 1834 in Boston.[387] They were living in Bridgewater in the 1880 federal census, where he was a retired cabinet maker.[388] On 12 Feb. 1883 he was ap­pointed as trustee for the estate of Sarah Washburn, of Bridgewater, the daughter of Col. Abram Washburn “2nd” of Bridgewater, which he con­tinued to oversee until June 1894.[389] He died on 19 Sept. 1896 in Bridgewater, aged 87 years, 7 months, 8 days, of “senile decay,”[390] and she died on 19 May 1916 in Bridgewater,[391] and was buried in Mount Auburn Cemetery in Cambridge, MA. Ephraim H. Sprague and Lois H. Washburn had children:

1. William Sprague, born on 8 Oct. 1834 in Bridgewater,[392] died unmarried on 8 Jan. 1854 in Sandwich, MA, aged 19 years, 3 months, 1 day, of “typhus fever.”[393]

2. Mary8 L. Sprague, born on 18 Sept. 1837 in Bridgewater,[394] was living with her parents in the 1850 federal and 1855 state census in Bridgewater, marriage not found. She was not found in the 1860 federal census.

g. Sarah8 Simmons Washburn, born on 8 Dec. 1816 in Pomfret, VT,[395] or 14 Dec. 1816 in Bridgewater, MA,[396] never married. On 16 Oct. 1831 Sarah S. Washburn, daughter of Nathaniel Washburn, was admitted into the North Middleborough Congregational Church.[397] She died on 10 June 1839 in Bridgewater, aged 22 years,[398] and was buried in mount Prospect Cemetery in Bridgewater, but no pro­bate records were filed for her estate.

        2601    ii   Lucy Washburn, born ca. 1767,[399] died on 24 Dec. 1771 in Bridgewater, aged 3 years.[400]

        2602   iii   Chloe7 Washburn, born on 21 June 1768 in Bridgewater,[401] married Edward5 Mitch­ell (4th), son of Edward4 and Jane (Latham) Mitchell (3rd),[402] on 21 Oct. 1789 in Bridgewater.[403] He was born on 22 Mar. 1766 in Bridgewater,[404] a grandson of Col. Edward3 and Elizabeth (Cushing) Mitchell (Jr.), of East Bridgewater,[405] and of Charles and Susanna (Woodward) Latham, of Bridgewater.[406] Edward and Chloe Mitchell were living in Bridgewater, MA, in the 1790 federal census, next door to her widowed mother, Rebeccah Washburn,[407] and he was probably the Edward Mitchell 3d living in Bridgewater in the 1800 federal census,[408] and the Edward Mitchell Jr living in Bridgewater in the 1810 federal census.[409] He died testate on 13 Nov. 1824 in Bridgewater, of a hernia, aged 58 years.[410] His will was dated 13 Apr. 1822, probated on 4 Jan. 1825, and he mentioned his wife Chloe Mitchell, unmarried daughter Emeline Mitchell, oldest daughter Olive Walker, widow, daughter Melinda Alden, wife of Oliver Alden, and son Edward Mitchell, whom he appointed as executor of his estate.[411] (See Appendix [E] for a full transcription of his will.) Chloe (Washburn) Mitchell was living in Bridgewater in the house of Ira and Margaret Holmes in the 1850 federal census,[412] and in the 1855 state census with her son, Edward Mitchell (5th).[413] She died a widow on 23 Oct. 1855 in Bridgewater, aged 87 years,[414] but no pro­bate re­cords were filed for her estate. Chloe Washburn and Edward Mitchell (4th) had chil­dren:

a. Olive6 Mitchell, born on 15 Jan. 1791 in Bridgewater,[415] married 1.) Dr. Rufus Walker, of Westport, MA, on 11 Dec. 1814 in Bridge­water.[416] He was born on 17 Apr. 1791,[417] and died on 19 Sept. 1820 in Bridgewater,[418] but no probate records were filed for his estate in Plym­outh County. She was called Olive Walker, widow, in her father’s 1822 will. She remarried to 2.) Deacon Isaac6 Fobes, Esq., son of Alpheus5 and Lucy (Backus) Fobes,[419] of Bridgewater and Wareham, as his second wife, on 5 Dec. 1822 in Bridgewater.[420] He was born on 9 Feb. 1789 in Bridgewater,[421] a grandson of Josiah4 and Freelove4 (Edson) Fobes,[422] and had married first to Mary7 “Polly” Hayward, daughter of Timothy6 and Huldah (Ames) Hayward (3rd), of Bridgewater,[423] on 20 Oct. 1811 in Bridgewater.[424] He was a farmer in Bridgewater in the 1850 federal census,[425] and a surveyor in Bridgewater in the 1855 state census.[426] He died tes­tate on 22 June 1855 in Bridgewater, aged 66 years, 4 months, 13 days, of “inflamation of kidneys,”[427] his will dated 9 Apr. 1855, and probated on 2 Oct. 1855, mentioned his wife Olive M. Fobes, and his daughter Mary F. Leach, and he named his wife as Executrix of his estate. Franklin Leach and his wife Mary F. Leach appealed the will, but lost, and Olive M. Fobes was granted Letters Testamentary to execute the estate.[428] (See Appendix [F] for a full transcription of his will.) She was living in Bridgewater in the 1865 state census,[429] and the 1870 federal census.[430] She died a widow, tes­tate, on 19 June 1874 in Bridgewater, aged 83 years, 5 months, 4 days, of “paralysis,”[431] her will dated 7 May 1874, and probated on 13 July 1874, mentioned her sister Emeline Winslow, widow of John Winslow, Margaret Mitchell, widow of her brother Edward Mitchell, Caleb Alden and Edward M. Alden, children of her deceased sister Melinda Alden, and Mary F. Leach, daughter of her deceased husband, and she named Franklin Leach Esq. as executor of her estate.[432] (See Appendix [G] for a full transcription of her will.)

b. Melinda6 Mitchell, born on 9 Dec. 1792 in Bridgewater,[433] married Oliver7 Alden, son of Caleb6 and Sarah6 “Sally” (Hayward) Alden, on 24 Oct. 1819 in Bridgewater.[434] He was born on 30 Aug. 1792 in Bridge­wa­ter,[435] a grandson of Oliver5 and Experi­ence4 (Leon­ard) Alden,[436] and of Benjamin5 and Mary (Benson) Hayward, of Bridgewater.[437] She died on 3 May 1838 in Bridgewater, aged 45 years,[438] and he was living in Bridgewater with his brother Cromwell Alden in the 1850 federal census,[439] the 1855 state census,[440] the 1860 federal census,[441] the 1865 state census, and the 1870 federal census.[442] No death or pro­bate re­cords were found for him in Plym­outh County through 1881. Caleb Alden and Edward M. Alden, children of Melinda Alden, deceased, were mentioned in the 1874 will of their aunt Olive M. Fobes. They had children:

1. Caleb7 Alden, born on 22 Aug. 1820 in Bridgewater,[443] mentioned in the 1874 will of his aunt Olive M. Fobes, never married. He lived in Bridgewater, where he was a laborer. He was living in the household of Lewis and Rebecca Holmes in Bridgewater in the 1850 federal census,[444] and in a hotel in Bridgewater in the 1860 federal census, where he was a watchman,[445] and the 1870 federal census, where he was a laborer.[446] He died on 3 Jan. 1899 in Togus, ME, aged 78 years, 4 months, 3 days, of old age & pneumonia,[447] and was buried in Bridgewater.

2. Charles7 Frederick Alden, born on 5 Sept. 1822 in Bridgewater,[448] married Sarah Arnold Betton, daughter of Daniel and Eliza (Griffin) Betton,[449] on 12 Oct. 1845 in Lynn, MA.[450] She was born on 25 Jan. 1826 in Lynn, MA,[451] and they were living in Lynn, Essex Co., MA, in the 1850 federal census, where he was a cordwainer.[452] He committed suicide by cutting his throat on 28 July 1854 in Lynn, MA, aged 31 years, 10 months, 22 days.[453] She remarried to James Allez Blondell, of Lynn, son of Leonard and Sarah H. (Welch) Blondell,[454] on 6 June 1858 in Lynn, MA.[455] He was born on 7 Nov. 1830 in Topsham, Sagadahoc Co., ME.[456] They were living in Lynn, MA, in the 1860 federal census, where he was a cordwainer.[457] She died on 21 Sept. 1884 in Lynn, MA, aged 58 years, 7 months, 27 days, of “anaemia,”[458] and he died a widower on 30 Aug. 1908 in Danvers Insane Hospital in Lynn, MA, aged 77 years, of “broncho pneumonia.”[459]

3. Edward7 Mitchell Alden, born on 13 Feb. 1825 in Bridgewater,[460] mentioned in the 1874 will of his aunt Olive M. Fobes, married Caroline H. Baily, of Canton, MA, daughter of Nathaniel and Mary M. Baily,[461] on 11 Mar. 1869 in Boston.[462] She was born ca. 1844 in Boston.[463] They were living in Cambridge, MA, in the 1870 federal census, with the family of Richard F. and Mary J. Sparrow.[464] She was a seamstress living in Boston as a widow in the 1880 federal census,[465] while he was a paralytic pauper living in the Rainsford Island Almshouse in Boston in the 1880 federal census,[466] and he died on 30 Aug. 1882 on Rainsford Isle, Boston, MA, aged 65 years, of “paralysis diarrhea.”[467]

c. Chloe Mitchell, born, say 1795, died young.[468]

d. Emeline6 Mitchell, born on 23 June 1799 in Bridgewater,[469] married John6 B. Wins­low, of Pembroke, MA, son of Joseph5 and Susannah (Baker) Winslow,[470] on 26 Nov. 1829 in Bridgewater,[471] and they lived in Bridgewater. He was born on 7 June 1802 in Pembroke,[472] a grandson of Kenelm4 and Abigail (Bourne) Winslow (Jr.), of Marshfield.[473] They were living in Bridgewater, MA, in the 1850 federal census, where he was a farmer,[474] the 1855 state census, where he was a laborer,[475] the 1860 federal census, where he was a gin wright,[476] the 1865 state cen­sus­, where he was a farm­er,[477] and the 1870 federal census, where he was a farm hand.[478] He died testate on 23 Nov. 1870 in Bridgewater, aged 69 years, 5 months, of “kidney complaint,”[479] his will dated 25 Apr. 1870, and probated on 12 Dec. 1870, mentioned his son Joseph B. Winslow, daughter Chloe J. Hubbard, wife of Charles W. Hubbard, son John A. Winslow, and wife Emeline Winslow, and he named his son Joseph B. Winslow as executor of his estate, but Joseph declined, and administration with the will annexed of his estate was granted to his widow Emeline Winslow, of Bridgewater.[480] (See Appendix [H] for a full transcription of his will.) Emeline Winslow, wife of the late John Winslow, was mentioned in the 1874 will of her sister Olive M. Fobes, and she was still living in Bridgewater in the 1880 federal census.[481] She died a widow on 12 Dec. 1886 in Bridgewater, aged 87 years, 6 months, 7 days.[482] They had children:

1. Joseph7 B. Winslow, born on 21 Aug. 1830 in Bridgewater,[483] married Myra Dean, daughter of Abiezer and Hannah R. Dean, of Taunton,[484] on 23 Oct. 1867 in Taunton.[485] She was born ca. 1831 in MA.[486] He served in Company H in the Massachusetts 12th Infantry as a Sergeant during the Civil War.[487] They were living in Bridgewater, MA, in the 1870 federal census, where he was a commission merchant,[488] and he was still married but living with his widowed mother in Bridgewater in the 1880 federal census, a clerk. She died on 29 Sept. 1902 in Taunton, aged 71 years, 10 months, 13 days, of “gastritis,”[489] and he died a widower on 5 May 1909 in Bridgewater, aged 78 years, 9 months, 5 days, of chronic heart disease,[490] and was buried in Mount Prospect Cemetery in Bridgewater, MA.

2. Chloe7 Jane Winslow, born on 11 Apr. 1832 in Bridgewater,[491] married Charles W. Hubbard, of Charlestown, NH, on 8 June 1853 in Bridgewater.[492] He was born ca. 1835 in NH.[493] They were presumably the Charles and Chloe Hubbard living in Dayton, Cattaraugus Co., NY, in the 1860,[494] 1870,[495] and 1880 federal censuses,[496] where he was a farmer.

3. John7 Abbot Winslow, born on 26 Nov. 1835 in Bridgewater,[497] married Katy S. Loring, daughter of Edward S. Loring,[498] on 8 May 1859 in Randolph, Norfolk Co., MA.[499] She was born ca. 1839 in MA.[500] They were living with his parents in Bridgewater, MA, in the 1860 federal census, where he was a furnace man.[501] He was living with his parents in Bridgewater in the 1870 federal census,[502] and with his widowed mother in Bridgewater in the 1880 federal census, a moulder,[503] where his status was listed as married, but his wife was not listed in the household, and she was not found in the 1880 federal census.

4. Lucy Whitney Winslow, a twin, born on 6 July 1839 in Bridgewater,[504] died on 11 Feb. 1840 in Bridgewater.[505]

5. Willard Lawson Lyon Winslow, a twin, born on 6 July 1839 in Bridgewater,[506] died on 11 Feb. 1840 in Bridgewater.[507]

e. Edward6 Mitchell (5th), born on 13 June 1805 in Bridgewater,[508] married Marga­ret Seaver, daughter of Benjamin and Mary (Porter) Seaver, of Taunton,[509] on 24 June 1830 in Taunton.[510] She was born on 17 Apr. 1809 in Taunton.[511] He was executor of his father’s estate in 1825. They were living in Bridgewater in the 1850 federal cen­sus, where he was a farmer,[512] he was an auc­tion­eer in Bridgewater in the 1855 state census, where his widowed mother was living with them,[513] and a Gentleman in Bridgewater in the 1860 federal census.[514] He died intes­tate on 5 Nov. 1863 in Bridgewater, aged 55 years, 4 months, of “inflammation,”[515] and was buried in Mount Prospect Cemetery in Bridgewater. His son-in-law, John E. Howard, of West Bridgewater, was granted administration of his estate on 23 Nov. 1863, with Artemas Hale and Bela Mitchell, of Bridgewater, as sureties.[516] She was living with the family of her daughter and son-in-law, John E. and Anne Howard in West Bridgewater, MA, in the 1865 state census, and with the family of daughter and son-in-law Sumner and Sarah P. Keith in Bridgewater in the 1870 federal census.[517] Margaret Mitchell, widow of Edward Mitchell, was mentioned in the 1874 will of her sister-in-law Olive M. Fobes, and she was still living in Bridgewater in the 1880 federal census.[518] She died a widow on 25 May 1885 in Newmarket, NH, aged 76 years, 1 month, 8 days, of pneumonia, and was buried in Mount Prospect Cemetery in Bridgewater, MA.[519] They had children:

1. Edward Mitchell (6th), born on 20 Nov. 1831 in Bridgewater,[520] died on 16 July 1841 in Bridgewater, aged 9 years,[521] and was buried in Mount Prospect Cemetery in Bridgewater.

3. Anne7 Mitchell, born on 14 July 1833 in Bridgewater,[522] married John7 Edward Howard Jr., son of John6 Edward and Harriet Miller (Pratt) Howard, Esq.,[523] on 18 Oct. 1852 in West Bridgewater.[524] He was born on 7 July 1830 in West Bridgewater, MA,[525] a grandson of Judge Daniel5 and Abigail (Packard) Howard,[526] and of (2447) Capt. Asa and (2641) Lydia5 (Sprague) Pratt.[527] He was executor of his father’s estate in 1854, and administrator of the estate of his father-in-law, Edward Mitchell (5th), in 1863. They were living in West Bridgewater, MA, in the 1860 federal census, where he was a farmer, and his widowed mother was living with them,[528] and the 1865 state census, where he was a music teacher, and her widowed mother Margaret Mitchell and sisters Catharine and Helen were living with them,[529] and in the 1870 federal census,[530] and in Brockton, Plymouth Co., MA, in the 1880 federal census, where he was a pianoforte dealer.[531] She died on 6 Feb. 1908 in Brockton, MA, aged 74 years, 6 months, 23 days, of bronchial pneumonia,[532] and he died a widower on 18 Mar. 1910 in Brockton, MA, aged 79 years, 8 months, 11 days, of “arterio sclerosis.”[533]

3. Sarah Porter Mitchell, born on 26 Oct. 1834 in Bridgewater,[534] died on 5 Dec. 1844 in Bridgewater, aged 10 years, 1 month, 9 days,[535] and was buried in Mount Prospect Cemetery in Bridgewater.

4. (Unnamed child), born on 22 Aug. 1836,[536] died on 23 Aug. 1836 in Bridgewater,[537] and was buried in Mount Prospect Cemetery in Bridgewater.

5. Charles Mitchell, born on 28 Dec. 1837,[538] died on 9 Feb. 1838 in Bridgewater,[539] and was buried in Mount Prospect Cemetery in Bridgewater.

6. Margaret7 Seaver Mitchell, born on 10 Apr. 1839 in Bridgewater,[540] married Joshua Norton 3rd, son of Joshua and Elizabeth (Woodman) Norton Jr., of Boston,[541] on 29 Apr. 1863 in Bridgewater.[542] He was born on 24 July 1836 in Boston, MA,[543] and they were living in West Roxbury, Norfolk Co., MA, in the 1865 state census, where he was a merchant, and her sister Sarah Mitchell was living with them,[544] but they were not found in Massachusetts in the 1870 or 1880 federal censuses. She died by 1907, and he died a widower on 27 Feb. 1907 in Sharon, Norfolk Co., MA, aged 70 years, 7 months, 3 days, of “acute Brights Disease.”[545]

7. Charles Mitchell, born on 1 July 1841 in Bridgewater,[546] died on 10 Oct. 1844 in Bridgewater, aged 3 years, 3 months, 9 days, of “brain fever,”[547] and was buried in Mount Prospect Cemetery in Bridgewater.

8. Edward7 Mitchell (6th), born on 31 Oct. 1842 in Bridgewater,[548] was not found in the 1860 federal census, but he was a dry goods clerk living in the house of Abraham and Johannah L. Jones in Taunton, MA, in the 1870 federal census,[549] married Cora F. (Cook) Staples, daughter of William and Frances Cook, of Taunton, as her second husband, on 18 Jan. 1876 in Taunton.[550] She was born ca. 1850 in Taunton,[551] she was a school teacher living with Lydia Pratt in Taunton, MA, in the 1870 federal census,[552] and she had married first to Edwin S. Staples, of Taunton, on 12 Oct. 1871 in Taunton.[553] They were living in Providence, RI, in the 1880 federal census, where he was a dry goods clerk.[554] He died of accidental suffocation by a piece of meat in his throat on 2 Dec. 1891 in Providence, RI, aged 49 years, 1 month, 2 days,[555] and was buried in Mount Prospect Cemetery in Bridgewater, MA. She died sometime after him.

9. Sarah7 Porter Mitchell, born on 28 Apr. 1845 in Bridgewater,[556] married Sumner Keith, son of Edwin and Saba (Hooper) Keith, of Bridgewater,[557] on 3 Feb. 1869 in Taunton or Bridgewater.[558] He was born on 20 Nov. 1833 in Bridgewater,[559] a grandson of Capt. Joseph and Lucia5 (Mitchell) Hooper, of Bridgewater.[560] They were living in Bridgewater, MA, in the 1870 federal census, where he was a foreman in a cotton gin manufacturing company, and her widowed mother was living with them,[561] and in the 1880 federal census, where he was a coal dealer.[562] He died on 7 June 1908 in Bridgewater, aged 74 years, 6 months, 18 days, of “cerebral embolus,”[563] and she died in 1926 in Bridgewater,[564] and they were both buried in Mount Prospect Cemetery in Bridgewater, MA.

10. Catharine7 “Katie” Mitchell, born on 9 Dec. 1846 in Bridgewater,[565] was still unmarried and living with her sister and brother-in-law Sumner and Sarah P. Keith in Bridgewater in the 1870 federal census, and with her widowed mother in Bridgewater in the 1880 federal census, where she was a teacher, married George Mitchell Hooper, son of Mitchell and Jane (Hayward) Hooper, of Bridgewater,[566] as his second wife, on 15 Jan. 1889 in Bridgewater.[567] He was born on 1 Sept. 1838 in Bridgewater,[568] a grandson of Capt. Joseph and Lucia5 (Mitchell) Hooper, of Bridgewater,[569] and he had married first to Mary E. Josslyn, of Bridgewater, on 16 Oct. 1861 in Bridgewater.[570] He died on 2 July 1909 in Bridgewater, aged 70 years, 10 months, 1 day, of “glandular tuberculosis,”[571] and she died sometime after him.

11. Helen7 Mitchell, born on 16 Apr. 1848 in Bridgewater,[572] married Bradford S. Kingman, son of Philip Dean and Betsy8 Bump (Washburn) Kingman, of Bridgewater,[573] on 29 Aug. 1868 in Bridgewater.[574] He was born on 17 June 1845 in Bridgewater,[575] a grandson of (3033) Cyrus7 and Betsy (Bump) Washburn,[576] and of (2503) Bela, Esq., and Lydia Macomber (Dean) Kingman, of Middleborough.[577] They were living in Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH, in the 1870 federal census, where he was a jeweler,[578] and the 1880 federal census, where he was keeping a jewelry store.[579] He died on 14 Feb. 1901 in Newmarket, NH, aged 55 years, 7 months, 28 days, of “consumption,”[580] and she died a widow on 20 Jan. 1910 in Newmarket, NH, aged 61 years, 9 months, 4 days, of heart disease.[581]

        2603   iv   Abram Washburn (Jr.), born on 1 Sept. 1772 in Bridgewater,[582] died on 10 Sept. 1775 in Bridgewater, aged 3 years.[583]

        2604    v   Seth7 Washburn, born on 23 Sept. 1776 in Bridgewater,[584] married (3030) Sarah (Carv­er) Willis, daughter of (1518) Dr. Eleazer and (1223) Sarah4 (Keith) Carver (4th), of Bridgewater,[585] and widow of Lt. Benjamin Willis (4th), son of Judge Benjamin Willis (3rd), Esq.,[586] on 31 Mar. 1812 in Bridgewater.[587] She was born on 3 Apr. 1777 in Bridgewater,[588] a grand­daugh­ter of Lt. Eleazer and (479) Hepzibah (Perkins) Carver (3rd), and of Ephraim3 and (417) Sarah5 (Washburn) Keith,[589] and a great‑grandson of (124) Israel4 and Waitstill (Sumner) Washburn.[590] Seth Washburn was appointed as administra­tor of the estate of Josiah Washburn (Jr.), of Bridgewater, after Lt. Benja­min Willis (4th) died in 1809, and he was presumably the Seth Washburn who was named as executor and principal heir of (3994) Thomas7 Washburn, son of (1761) Oliver6 and Martha (Fobes) Washburn, in 1825.[591] They were living in Bridgewater in the 1850 federal census,[592] and in the 1855 state census, where he was a farm­er.[593] He died intes­tate on 29 Apr. 1858 in Bridgewater, aged 81 years, 7 months,[594] and was buried in South Street Cemetery in Bridgewater, MA. Their son Hosea Washburn was granted adminis­tra­tion of his estate on 17 May 1858.[595] Sarah (Carver) (Willis) Washburn was still living in Bridgewater in the 1860 federal census, with the family of her son Seth Washburn (Jr.), and she died intestate on 17 Apr. 1864 in Bridgewater,[596] and Hosea Washburn was granted administra­tion of her estate on 26 Sept. 1864.[597] She was also buried in the South Street Cemetery in Bridgewater. Seth Washburn and Sarah Carver had children:

a. Sarah8 Washburn, born on 15 Dec. 1812 in Bridgewater,[598] never married. She was unmar­ried and living with her parents in Bridgewater in the 1850 federal census, and the 1855 state census,[599] and was living with the family of her broth­er, Seth Washburn (Jr.), in Bridgewater in the 1860 federal census, and the 1865 state cen­sus.[600] She died testate on 25 Jan. 1867 in Bridgewater, aged 54 years, 1 month, 10 days, of “inflamation bowels,”[601] and was buried in South Street Cemetery in Bridgewater, her will dated 3 Sept. 1864, and probated on 25 Feb. 1867, mentioned her nieces Anna and Lucy Washburn, nephews Seth B. and Edward Washburn, children of her brother Seth Washburn, nieces Ellen, Mary, Marcia, and Sally C., and nephews Frederic and John H. Washburn, children of her brother Hosea Washburn, Betsey Hooper, of Bridgewater, and left the remainder of her estate to Caleb Hobart in trust for her brother Seth Washburn’s children, and for her brother Hosea Washburn’s children, and she named her brother Hosea Washburn as executor of her estate.[602] (See Appendix [I] for a full transcription of her will.)

b. Anna Washburn, born on 30 Sept. 1814 in Bridgewater,[603] died on 16 July 1818 in Bridgewater, aged 4 [sic] years.[604]

c. Seth8 Washburn (Jr.), born on 10 Feb. 1817 in Bridgewater,[605] mar­ried Casindania Pratt, daughter of William and Polly Pratt, on 29 Nov. 1839 in Bridgewater or Middleborough.[606] She was born on 25 Dec. 1820 in Bridgewater.[607] They were living in Bridgewater in the 1850 federal census, where he was a shoemaker,[608] and in the 1855 state census,[609] the 1860 federal census,[610] and the 1865 state cen­sus­,[611] where he was a farmer. On 22 Oct. 1866 Van R. Swift, Spencer Leonard, and Sanford Wilbar, selectmen of the town of Bridgewater, requested that Ephraim H. Sprague, of Bridgewater, be appointed as guardian of Seth Washburn, of Bridgewater, spendthrift, who because of his excessive drinking, gaming, and idleness is wasting his estate. Ephraim Holmes Sprague was appointed as his guardian on 22 Oct. 1866, with Hosea Washburn and Joseph A. Hyde, of Bridgewater, as sureties.[612] They were still living in Bridgewater, MA, in the 1870 federal census, where he had no occupation,[613] and the 1880 federal census, where he was a farmer.[614] He died on 2 Sept. 1891 in Bridgewater, aged 74 years, 6 months, 22 days, of heart disease,[615] and she was living with George and Lucy W. Eaton in Bridgewater in the 1900 federal census. She died on 7 July 1902 in Bridgewater,[616] and they were both buried in South Street Cemetery in Bridgewater. They had chil­dren:

1. Anna9 Washburn, born on 19 Sept. 1840 in Bridgewater,[617] married Joshua Bates, son of Samuel Ward and Helen L. (Crooker) Bates, of Bridgewater, on 21 Jan. 1869 in Bridgewater.[618] He was born on 7 Jan. 1842 in Bridgewater.[619] They had no children. They were living in Bridgewater, MA, in the 1870 federal census, where he was a farmer,[620] and in the 1880 federal census, where he was disabled and sick with “dropsy.”[621] He died on 17 Aug. 1886 in Bridgewater, aged 44 years, 7 months, 10 days, of “ascites,”[622] and she was living with her sister and brother-in-law, George and Lucy W. Eaton, in Bridgewater, in the 1900 federal census.

2. Seth9 Benjamin Washburn, born on 5 Dec. 1843 in Bridge­water,[623] never married. He was still unmarried and living with his parents in Bridgewater, MA, in the 1870 and 1880 federal censuses, a farm hand. He died intestate on 26 July 1882 in Bridgewater, aged 38 years, 7 months, 21 days, “suicidal,”[624] and Ephraim H. Sprague was granted administration of his estate on 28 Aug. 1882.[625]

3. Lucy9 Washburn, born on 14 Oct. 1847 in Bridgewater,[626] was still unmarried and living with her parents in Bridgewater in the 1870 federal census, married George Eaton, son of Russell and Mary Ann (Perkins) Eaton, of Augusta, ME,[627] on 30 Apr. 1872 in Bridgewater.[628] He was born on 13 Aug. 1845 in Augusta, ME,[629] a grandson of Amherst and Elizabeth (Wise) Eaton, of Worcester, MA.[630] They were living with her parents in Bridgewater in the 1880 federal census, where he was a farmer,[631] and they were still living in Bridgewater in the 1900 federal census, where her widowed sister Anna W. Bates and her widowed mother Casinda Washburn were living with them.[632] He died on 28 Jan. 1933 in Augusta, ME,[633] and was buried in Forest Grove Cemetery in Augusta, ME. They had children:

a. Russell Eaton, born on 6 July 1873 in North Bridgewater.[634] He was still unmarried and living as a boarder in Newton, Middlesex Co., MA, in the 1900 federal census, a ticket agent.[635]

b. William Wise Eaton, born on 1 Oct. 1875 in Providence, RI.[636]

c. Amherst Eaton, born on 27 Oct. 1877 in Bridgewater,[637] was still unmarried and living with his parents in Bridgewater, MA, in the 1900 federal census, a bookkeeper.

d. George Eaton Jr., born on 14 June 1880 in Bridgewater.[638]

e. Jane Sprague Eaton, born on 12 Aug. 1883 in Bridgewater.[639]

4. Edward9 Washburn, born on 26 June 1850 in Bridgewater,[640] was still unmarried and living with his parents in Bridgewater in the 1880 federal census, a farm hand, never married, died on 21 Aug. 1899 in Bridgewater, aged 49 years, 6 months, 26 days, of a fracture of the skull in a railroad accident.[641]

d. Hosea8 Washburn, born on 15 July 1819 in Bridgewater,[642] married 1.) Wealthy W. Packard, daughter of Isaac and Betsey W. (Thompson) Packard, on 29 Jan. 1845 in Bridgewater.[643] She was born on 27 Sept. 1829 in Bridgewater.[644] Hosea Washburn was supposedly a botanical doctor in Bridgewater, but in the 1850 feder­al census he was listed as a shoe manufacturer living in Bridgewater,[645] and in a farmer in the 1855 state census.[646] She died on 19 June 1859 in Bridgewater,[647] and was buried in South Street Cemetery in Bridgewater. He was still living in Bridgewater, MA, in the 1860 federal census, a farmer.[648] He was appointed as guard­ian of his chil­dren, Ellen, Freder­ick, Mary, Marcia, Sally C., and John H. Washburn, of Bridgewater, on 3 July 1860, pre­sumably for them to receive a legacy due Wealthy Packard from the estate of her father, Isaac Packard.[649] He remar­ried to 2.) Eliza­beth R. Locke, of Boston, daughter of Aaron and Fanny Locke,[650] on 12 Sept. 1860 in Bridgewater.[651] She was born ca. 1823 in Charlestown, MA.[652] They were living in Bridgewater in the 1865 state census,[653] the 1870 federal census,[654] and the 1880 federal census,[655] where he was a farmer. He died on 20 Apr. 1894 in Bridgewater, aged 74 years, 9 months, 5 days, of pneumonia.[656] He had 7 children by Wealthy W. Packard, and 2 more sons by Eliza­beth R. Locke:

1. Ellen9 Washburn, born on 3 Nov. 1845 in Bridgewater,[657] was still unmarried and living with her father in Bridgewater in the 1865 state census, married Fred­erick Gerant/Girard Pratt, son of Albert G. and Elizabeth W. (Parsons) Pratt, of Middleborough,[658] on 3 Nov. 1869 in Bridgewater.[659] He was born on 18 Aug. 1839 in Middleborough.[660] They were living in Bridgewater, MA, in the 1870 federal census, where he was a farmer.[661] He died on 14 May 1879 in Bridgewater,[662] and was buried in South Street Cemetery in Bridgewater. She was a widow living in Bridgewater in the 1880 federal census.[663] She died on 18 Sept. 1913 in Boston, MA, aged 67 years, 10 months, 15 days, of “cardiac asthma.”[664] They had 2 daughters:

a. Ellen L. Pratt, born on 26 Sept. 1870 in Bridgewater.[665]

b. Edith F. Pratt, born ca. 1872 in Jersey City, NJ,[666] married Dr. Philip K. Taylor, of Kingston, RI, son of John M. and Kate (Kithredge) Taylor, on 14 June 1902 in Cambridge, MA.[667] He was born ca. 1860 in Kingston, RI.[668]

2. George Washburn, born on 5 June ca. 1847 in Bridgewater,[669] died on 20 Sept. 1848 in Bridgewater, of dysentery, aged 1 year, 3 months,[670] and was buried in South Street Cemetery in Bridgewater.

3. Frederic9 Washburn, born on ca. 17 July 1849 in Bridgewater,[671] mentioned in the 1864 will of his aunt Sarah Washburn, also a farmer in Bridgewater in the 1865 state census, married Eliza A. (Hill) Wade, of Bridgewater, daughter of James H. and Eliza Jane Hill,[672] as her second husband, on 1 Aug. 1882 in Taunton, MA.[673] She was born on 8 May 1851 in East Bridgewater.[674] They were living in Taunton, MA, in the 1900 federal census, where he was a house carpenter.[675] He died on 1 Dec. 1900 in Taunton, MA, aged 51 years, 4 months, 14 days, of “degenerative disease of brain,” and paralysis.[676] They had children:

a. Myra Whittemore Washburn, a daughter, born on 10 Aug. 1883 in Taunton.[677]

b. George Merton Washburn, born on 15 Feb. 1885 in Taunton.[678]

c. Bertha Jane Washburn, born on 14 Sept. 1889 in Bridgewater.[679]

4. Mary9 Washburn, born on 22 Nov. 1850 in Bridgewater,[680] was still unmarried and living with her father in Bridgewater in the 1870 federal census, with her widowed sister Ellen Pratt in Bridgewater in the 1880 federal census, and with her sister and brother-in-law Merton E. and Sallie C. Holmes in Bridgewater in the 1900 federal census, where she was a nurse, marriage not found.

5. Marcia9 Washburn, born on 3 Sept. 1853 in Bridgewater,[681] was still unmarried and living with her father in Bridgewater in the 1880 federal census, and with her sister and brother-in-law Merton E. and Sallie C. Holmes in Bridgewater in the 1900 federal census, marriage not found.

6. Sallie9 Carver Washburn, born on 15 Oct. 1856 in Bridgewater,[682] was still unmarried and living with her father in Bridgewater in the 1880 federal census, a teacher, married Merton Elmore Holmes, son of Thomas and Jane H. (Hayward) Holmes, of Bridgewater,[683] on 19 Apr. 1883 in Bridgewater.[684] He was born on 5 Feb. 1851 in Bridgewater.[685] They were living in Brockton, MA, in the 1900 federal census, where he was a cutter in a shoe shop.[686]

7. John9 H. Washburn, born on 5 June 1859 in Bridgewater,[687] mentioned in the 1864 will of his aunt Sarah Washburn, was probably the John H. Washburn who was still unmarried and living in Providence, RI, in the 1880 federal census, where he was a teacher,[688] marriage not found.

8. Francis M. Washburn, born on 7 Oct. 1863 in Bridgewater,[689] marriage not found.

9. Dr. Nathaniel9 P. Washburn, born on 14 Mar. 1867 in Bridgewater,[690] a physician, never married. He died on 19 June 1903 in San Antonio, TX, aged 36 years, 3 months, 5 days, of “phthisis,”[691] but was supposedly buried in South Street Cemetery in Bridgewater, MA.

        2605   vi   Capt. Abram7 Washburn (Jr.), a twin, born on 28 Aug. 1779 in Bridge­water,[692] mar­ried (3033) Mary Carver, daughter of (1518) Dr. Eleazer and (1223) Sarah4 (Keith) Carver (4th), of Bridgewater,[693] on 15 Jan. 1804 in Bridgewater.[694] She was born on 29 Jan. 1783 in Bridgewater,[695] a granddaughter of Lt. Eleazer and (479) Hephzibah (Perkins) Carver (3rd),[696] and of Ephraim3, Esq., and (417) Sarah5 (Washburn) Keith.[697] They apparently had no children. They were living in Bridgewater in the 1850 federal census, where he was a very successful, impor­tant farmer, with an estate valued at $22,300.[698] He died tes­tate on 23 Feb. 1854 in Bridgewater, of “dropsy,”[699] his will dated 1 July 1848, and probated on 4 Apr. 1854, left his entire estate to his wife Mary Washburn, and named Hon. Artemas Hale, of Bridgewater, as execu­tor of his estate.[700] (See Appendix [J] for a full transcription of his will.) Mary (Carver) Washburn was living in Bridgewater in the 1855 and 1865 state censuses, with her sister, Lucinda Carv­er. She died a widow, tes­tate, on 10 Nov. 1866 in Bridgewater, aged 83 years, 9 months, 12 days,[701] her will dated 19 May 1854, with a codicil dated 14 June 1862, and probat­ed on 24 Dec. 1866, mentioned Bathsheba Carver, wife of Eleazer Carver, Abram Washburn, John B. Winslow, sister Lucinda Carver, Keziah Howard, wife of Elam Howard, Martha Keith, and Almira Keith, daughters of Ambrose Keith, Joseph E. Carver, son of Bathsheba Carver, and Mercy Alden, wife of John C. Alden, and she also named Artemas Hale, of Bridgewater, as executor of her estate.[702] (See Appendix [K] for a full transcription of her will and codicil.)

        2606  vii   (Unnamed child), a twin, born on 28 Aug. 1779, died on 29 Aug. 1779 in Bridgewater, aged 1 day.[703]

        2607 viii   Lucia7 “Lucy” Washburn, born on 31 Dec. 1781 in Bridgewater,[704] married 1.) Lawson Lyon, of Boston, son of Josiah and Sarah (Willard) Lyon,[705] on 22 Apr. 1813 in Bridgewater.[706] He was born on 8 Aug. 1771 in Northborough, ME,[707] and they were living in Boston, MA, in the 1820 federal census.[708] He died on 8 Mar. 1822 in Boston, aged 50 years,[709] and she remarried to 2.) Abel Whitney, Esq., of Boston, son of Aaron and Sarah “Sally” (Pollard) Whitney, of Harvard, MA,[710] as his second wife, on 14 Oct. 1826 in Bridgewater.[711] He was born on 17 Feb. 1786 in Harvard, Worcester Co., MA,[712] and had married first to Abigail H. Townshend, of Lancaster, MA, on 8 Feb. 1817 in Lancaster.[713] They were probably living in Boston in the 1830 federal census,[714] and they moved from Boston to Harvard, MA, where he was a lawyer. They were living in Harvard, Worcester Co., MA, in the 1840,[715] and 1850 federal censuses, where he was a counselor.[716] He died on 30 May 1853 in Harvard, MA, aged 67 years, of “liver complaint,”[717] and she was living with the family of Giles H. Whitney in Winchendon, Worcester Co., MA, in the 1860 federal census.[718] She died a widow, testate, on 1 Dec. 1864 in Winchendon, Worcester Co., MA, aged 82 years, 11 months, of heart disease,[719] and was buried in Harvard Center Cemetery in Harvard, MA. Her will was dated 16 Sept. 1853, with a codicil dated 15 Jan. 1856, and probated on 3 Jan. 1865, mentioned her late husband Abel Whitney, of Harvard, Giles H. Whitney of Templeton, Esquire, and Alfred Whitney, of Boston, and she named her step-son, Giles H. Whitney, as executor of her estate and trustee for the heirs of Giles and Alfred Whitney.[720] (See Appendix [L] for a full transcription of her will and codicil.) Lucy Washburn had children by Lawson Lyon:

a. (Unnamed daughter), stillborn on 28 Sept. 1816 in Bridgewater.[721]

b. Willard Lyon, born on 25 Oct. 1817 in Bridgewater,[722] probably died young, not mentioned in the will of his mother or listed as an heir of Lucy Whitney in 1864 by Giles H. Whitney.

c. Mary Lyon, born on 16 Aug. 1819 in Bridgewater,[723] died on 17 Dec. 1820 in Bridgewater, aged 16 months.[724]

 

 

(977.) Hannah6 Washburn, youngest daughter of (363) Nathaniel5 Washburn, (111) Lt. John4 (7th), (56) John3 (6th), (43) John2 (5th), (28) John1 (4th); born in Bridgewater, MA, in ca. 1744,[725] mar­ried Moses4 Snell (Jr.), son of Moses3 and Mary (Besse) Snell,[726] in ca. 1764.[727] He was born on 9 July 1741 in Bridgewater,[728] a grandson of Amos2 and Mary3 (Packard) Snell, of South Bridgewater.[729] They moved to Cumberland Co., ME. They were living in Bridgewater, MA, in the 1790 federal census,[730] and in Turner, Cumberland Co., ME, in the 1800 federal census, near his son-in-law, William Loring,[731] and in the 1810 federal census.[732]

         Hannah (Washburn) Snell supposedly died on 18 Sept. 1810,[733] and Moses Snell (Jr.) died on 22 June 1820 in Turner, ME,[734] and was buried in Riverhill Cemetery in Turner, ME.

         Hannah Washburn and Moses Snell (Jr.) had chil­dren, order uncertain:[735]

        2608     i   Capt. Robert5 Snell, born supposedly on 18 Jan. 1765 in Taunton, MA,[736] married  Joanna King, of Taunton, daughter of Jabez and (661) Mary5 (Washburn) King,[737] in 1786.[738] She was born on 12 May 1766 in Marshfield, MA,[739] a granddaughter of (172) James4 and Elisabeth (Leonard) Washburn (Jr.). He served in both the Revolutionary War and the War of 1812 in Col. McCobb’s Regiment of U.S. Volunteers.[740] They were living in Bridgewater, MA, in the 1790 federal census, close by his father,[741] but he was not a head of household in Plymouth Co., MA, in the 1800 federal census, and may have been included in his father’s household in Turner, ME, in 1800, or he may have been the Robert Snell living in Hebron, Cumberland Co., ME, in the 1800 federal census.[742] He was probably living in Poland, Cumberland Co., ME, in the 1810 federal census,[743] but he was not a head of household in Poland, ME, in the 1820 federal census. They were still living in Poland, Cumberland Co., ME, in the 1830,[744] 1840,[745] and 1850 federal censuses, with the family of Joseph and Harriet McDonald, presumably their daughter and son-in-law. She died on 13 June 1856 in Poland, Androscoggin Co., ME,[746] and he died on 8 Dec. 1857 in Poland, ME,[747] and they were both buried in Highland Cemetery in West Poland, ME. Robert Snell and Joanna King supposedly had children, order uncertain:

a. Polly Snell, born on 23 Nov. 1788 in Hebron, Oxford Co., ME,[748] died supposedly on 12 Oct. 1800.[749]

b. Robert6 Snell (Jr.),[750] born on 2 Feb. 1790 in Hebron, ME,[751] married Bethiah/Betsey Keen, daughter of Joshua and Lydia (Crooker) Keen Jr.,[752] on 30 Oct. 1808 in Minot, ME.[753] She was born on 24 July 1789 in Hebron, ME.[754] He served as a Private in Capt. Moses Woodman’s Company from New Gloucester, ME, in 1814 during the War of 1812.[755] They were living in Poland, Cumberland Co., ME, in the 1810,[756] and 1820 federal censuses,[757] but he was not found in Maine in the 1830, 1840 or 1850 federal censuses. They had at least one son:

1. Robert7 Snell (3rd), born ca. 1818 in Poland, ME,[758] married Sarah French Wenzel, daughter of Lt. John and Mehitabel “Hitty” (Haven) Wenzel (Jr.), of Framingham, Middlesex Co., MA,[759] on 7 Apr. 1842 in Framingham.[760] She was born on 5 Oct. 1822 in Framingham, MA.[761] They were not found in the 1850 federal census, but they were living in Framingham, Middlesex Co., MA, in the 1855 state census, where he was a machinist,[762] in Ashland, Middlesex Co., MA, in the 1860 federal census, where he was a carpenter,[763] in Hampden, Springfield Co., MA, in the 1865 state census, where he was a machinist,[764] and in Worcester, Worcester Co., MA, in the 1870 federal census, where he was a machinist,[765] and the 1880 federal census, where his occupation was listed as “sets up machinery.”[766] He died on 23 June 1893 in Worcester, MA, aged 75 years, 10 months, 8 days, of “organic heart disease,”[767] and she died a widow on 18 Mar. 1897 in Worcester, MA, aged 74 years, 5 months, 13 days, of old age & heart disease.[768]

c. Azel Snell, born on 3 July 1794 in Hebron, ME,[769] marriage not found.

d. Job6 Snell, born on 25 Apr. 1796 in Hebron, ME,[770] married Lydia Starbird in ca. 1818.[771] She was born on 8 Dec. 1801 in Gray, Cumberland Co., ME.[772] He served as a Private with his brother Robert Snell in Capt. Moses Woodman’s Company from New Gloucester, ME, in 1814 during the War of 1812.[773] They were living in Poland, Cumberland Co., ME, in the 1830,[774] 1840,[775] and 1850 federal censuses, where he was a farmer,[776] and in Poland, Androscoggin Co., ME, next door to his brother-in-law Joseph McDonald in the 1860 federal census, where he was a farmer.[777] He died on 18 Dec. 1863 in Poland, Androscoggin Co., ME, aged 67 years, 8 months.[778] She was living with the family of their son Irvin Snell in Poland, ME, in the 1870 federal census,[779] and she died a widow on 22 Mar. 1876, aged 74 years, 3 months, 14 days,[780] and they were both buried in Highland Cemetery in West Poland, ME. They had children:

1. Azel7 W. Snell, born on 16 Sept. 1818,[781] marriage not found. He was unmarried and living in Poland, Cumberland Co., ME, in the 1840 federal census,[782] but he was not found in the 1850 federal census, and no death record was found for him in Maine.

2. Albion7 King Paris Snell, born on 20 Mar. 1820 in Poland, ME,[783] married 1.) Martha Jane Jellison on 12 Nov. 1846 in Fairfield, Somerset Co., MA.[784] She was born on 8 May 1824 in Waltham, Hancock Co., ME.[785] They were living in Ellsworth, Hancock Co., ME, in the 1850 federal census, where he was as joiner,[786] in Waltham, Hancock Co., ME, in the 1860 federal census,[787] and in Fairfield, Somerset Co., ME, in the 1870 federal census,[788] where he was a house carpenter. She died on 12 Apr. 1876 [sic] in Fairfield, Somerset Co., ME,[789] and was buried in Maplewood Cemetery in Fairfield, ME. He remarried to 2.) Lorana Dearborn, daughter of Joseph and Lovina (Chase) Dearborn,[790] on 22 July 1874 [sic] in Fairfield, Somerset Co., ME.[791] She was born on 21 Nov. 1839 in Clinton, Kennebec Co., ME.[792] He enlisted for service in the U.S. Army during the Civil War on 18 Feb. 1864 in Lewiston, ME, and was discharged on 20 June 1865.[793] He was a boarder living in Clinton, Worcester Co., MA, in the 1880 federal census, where he was a carpenter,[794] and she was living in Benton, Kennebec Co., ME, in the 1880 federal census.[795] He died on 1 Mar. 1894 in Fairfield, Somerset Co., ME, aged 73 years, of “uremia,”[796] and she died a widow on 24 Nov. 1918 in Fairfield, ME, aged 79 years,[797] and they were both buried in Maplewood Cemetery in Fairfield, ME.

3. Lorenzo7 D. Snell, born on 14 Nov. 1821 in Poland, ME,[798] married 1.) Rachel Babson, daughter of Philip and Elizabeth Babson. She was born in Feb. 1817 in Gloucester, MA,[799] and they were living in Boston, MA, in the 1850 federal census, where he was a machinist.[800] She died on 8 Mar. 1855 in Boston, aged 38 years, 17 days, of “consumption,”[801] and he was still a machinist living in Boston in the 1855 state census.[802] He remarried to 2.) Elizabeth (Wescott) Simmons, daughter of William and Sarah Wescott,[803]  on 23 Mar. 1857 in Boston.[804] She was born on 30 Jan. 1819 in England,[805] and they were living in Boston in the 1860 federal census, where he was a machinist.[806] She died on 24 May 1862 in Boston, aged 43 years, 3 months, 24 days, of “ascites,”[807] and he remarried again to 3.) Sarah Hughes, of Boston,[808] daughter of Matthew and Mary Hughes,[809] on 12 May 1864 in Boston.[810] She was born on 1 Feb. 1836 in Hull, England.[811] They were living in Boston in the 1865 state census, where he was still a machinist,[812] and the 1870 federal census, where he was in the furniture business.[813] He died on 29 Oct. 1894 in Haverhill, Essex Co., MA, aged 72 years, 11 months, 14 days, of heart disease,[814] but was buried in Lakeside Cemetery in Wakefield, Middlesex Co., MA. She died on 1 July 1911 in Haverhill, MA, aged 75 years, 5 months,[815] and was buried in Hilldale Cemetery in Haverhill, MA.

4. Charles7 D. Snell, born on ca. 18 Sept. 1822 in Poland, ME,[816] married 1.) Eliza K. Lathrop, daughter of Calvin and Patty Lathrop.[817] She died on 20 Mar. 1854 in Woburn, MA, aged 41 years, 10 months,[818] and he remarried to 2.) Mary (Wescott) Hews,[819] daughter of William & Sarah Wescott,[820] on 30 May 1858 in Boston.[821] She was born in June 1816 in England.[822] They were living in Boston, MA, in the 1880 federal census, where he was a carpenter,[823] but they were not found in the 1860 or 1870 federal censuses. She died on 13 Mar. 1891 in Haverhill, Essex Co., MA, aged 74 years, 9 months, of “inanition,”[824] and he died a widower on 25 May 1905 in Haverhill, MA, aged 82 years, 8 months, 7 days, of “arterio-sclerosis,”[825] but they were both buried in Lakeside Cemetery in Wakefield, Middlesex Co., MA.

5. Philena7 King Snell, born on 5 July 1825 in Poland, ME,[826] married Ozin “Asa” G. Keene, son of Joshua and Mary (Drake) Keene,[827] on 13 June 1843.[828] He was born on 22 or 31 Jan. 1820 in Oxford, ME.[829] They were living in Hebron, Oxford Co., ME, in the 1860,[830] 1870,[831] and 1880 federal censuses,[832] where he was a farmer. He died on 9 Aug. 1880, aged 60 years, 6 months, 19 days,[833] and she died a widow on 1 Dec. 1911 in Mechanic Falls, Androscoggin Co., ME, aged 86 years, 4 months, 26 days,[834] and they were both buried in Highland Cemetery in West Poland, ME.

6. Harriet7 G. Snell, born on 12 June 1828 in Poland, ME,[835] married Seward Goss.[836] He was born on 21 Jan. 1823 in ME,[837] and they moved to Owego, Tioga Co., NY. They were living in Owego, Tioga Co., NY, in the 1860,[838] 1870,[839] and 1880 federal censuses,[840] where he was a railroad conductor. She died on 8 Mar. 1890 in Owego, Tioga Co., NY,[841] and he died on 15 May 1900,[842] and they were both buried in Evergreen Cemetery in Owego, NY.

7. Norman7 Slocum Snell, born ca. 1829 in Poland, ME,[843] married Abby Gay Ewer.[844] She was born in 1842 in Hingham, MA,[845] He also served in the Civil War from Maine in 1862, and reenlisted for service on 19 Feb. 1864 in Augusta, ME, aged 33 years.[846] They were living in Oxford, Oxford Co., ME, in the 1870 federal census, where he was a carpenter,[847] but he was not found in the 1860 federal census. She died in 1878 in Poland, ME,[848] and he died on 28 Mar. 1923 at the Togus National Home for Disabled Soldiers in Augusta, ME, aged about 92 years,[849] and they were both buried in Highland Cemetery in West Poland, ME.

8. Stillman7 L. Snell, born on 5 Mar. 1832 in Poland, ME,[850] married Cordelia Wight.[851] She was born on 9 Nov. 1827 in Otisfield, Oxford Co., ME.[852] They were living in Oxford, Oxford Co., ME, in the 1870 federal census, where he was marketing produce,[853] and in Haverhill, Essex Co., MA, in the 1880 federal census, where he was working in a shoe shop.[854] He died on 12 Apr. 1887 in Poland, Androscoggin Co., ME, aged 55 years, 1 month, 7 days,[855] and was buried in Highland Cemetery in West Poland, ME. She died on 23 Dec. 1919 in Lynn, Essex Co., MA, aged 92 years,[856] and was buried in Pine Grove Cemetery in Lynn, MA.

9. Washington7 Irvin or Irving Washington Snell, born on 27 Nov. 1835 in Poland, ME,[857] married Olive M. Butler in 1856.[858] She was born on 20 Mar. 1838 in Baldwin Corners, Hancock Co., ME.[859] They were living in Poland, Androscoggin Co., ME, in the 1860 federal census, next door to his uncle Moses Snell,[860] and in the 1870 federal censuses, where he was a farmer, and his widowed mother was living with them.[861] He died on 10 Nov. 1873 in Poland, ME,[862] and was buried in Highland Cemetery in West Poland, ME. She remarried to Edward H. Hanscom, widower of his cousin Emeline McCann, in ca. 1879.[863] He died on 13 Oct. 1903 in Poland, ME, aged 77 years, 1 month, 11 days,[864] and was buried in White Oak Hill Cemetery in West Poland, ME. Olive M. (Butler) Snell) Hanscom died on 23 Oct. 1922 in Poland, ME,[865] and was buried in Highland Cemetery in West Poland, ME.

10. Royal7 T. Snell, born on 23 Mar. 1837 in Poland, ME,[866] married Susan M. Snell on 26 Apr. 1856 in Lowell, MA, but they were divorced on 24 June 1866 in New Hampshire.[867] He enlisted for service as a Private in the Civil War on 20 Jan. 1862 in Concord, NH, aged 24 years,[868] and again as a Mechanic on 27 Aug. 1864 in Manchester, NH, aged 26 years.[869] He was not found in the 1860 or 1870 federal censuses, but he died on 2 Nov. 1872 in Boston, MA, aged 34 years, 29 days, or 35 years, 10 days, of “disease of kidneys uraemia,”[870] and was buried in Highland Cemetery in West Poland, ME.

11. Annette7 M. Snell, born on 23 Nov. 1839 in Poland, ME,[871] married Roscoe Brown on 4 Jan. 1862 in Poland, ME.[872] He was born on 25 Aug. 1837 in ME.[873] They were living in Oxford, Oxford Co., ME, in the 1870 federal census, where he was a farmer.[874] He died on 23 Mar. 1893 in Poland, Androscoggin Co., ME,[875] and she died on 22 Apr. 1917 in Poland, ME,[876] and they were both buried in Highland Cemetery in West Poland, ME.

12. Mary A. Snell, born ca. 1840 in Poland, ME.

13. Abbie7 F. Snell, born on 26 July 1842 in Poland, ME,[877] married James Winthrop Morse.[878] He was born on 29 July 1827 in ME.[879] They were living in Oxford, Oxford Co., ME, in the 1870 federal census,[880] and in Poland, Androscoggin Co., ME, in the 1880 federal census,[881] where he was a farmer. She died on 31 Dec. 1896 in Portland, ME, aged 54 years, 5 months,[882] and he died on 21 Aug. 1908, aged 81 years, 1 month, 24 days,[883] and they were both buried in Highland Cemetery in West Poland, ME.

14. Walter7 E. Snell, born in 1844 in Poland, ME,[884] served in the Civil War in Company G, the 1st Maine Calvary,[885] married Angeline A. Edwards, daughter of Addison S. and Dorcas S. (Herrick) Edwards,[886] in 1866 in Poland, ME.[887] She was born in Oct. 1848 in Poland, ME.[888] They were living in Lewiston, Androscoggin Co., ME, in the 1870 federal census, in the house of Emma Churchill, where he was a laborer.[889] He died on 22 Oct. 1873 in ME,[890] and she was a widow in the 1880 federal census in Lewiston, Androscoggin Co., ME. She died on 2 July 1905 in Lewiston, Androscoggin Co., ME,[891] and they were both buried in Highland Cemetery in West Poland, ME.

e. Joanna6 Snell, born on 28 July 1797 in Hebron, ME,[892] married James Poole Walker, son of Curtis and Sarah (Poole) Walker,[893] on 18 Nov. 1816 in Poland, Androscoggin Co., ME.[894] He was born on 9 Nov. 1793 in Poland Spring, Cumberland Co., ME.[895] He served as a Private in Capt. Samuel Fessenden’s Company from New Gloucester, ME, in 1814 during the War of 1812.[896] They were living in Poland, Cumberland Co., ME, in the 1830,[897] 1840,[898] and 1850 federal censuses,[899] and in Poland, Androscoggin Co., ME, in the 1860 federal census,[900] where he was a farmer. They moved to Waushara Co., WI. He died on 8 Mar. 1874 in Wautoma, Waushara Co., WI,[901] and she died on 9 Aug. 1879 in Wautoma, Waushara Co., WI,[902] and they were both buried in Wautoma Union Cemetery in Wautoma, WI. They had children:

1. Curtis Walker, born on 30 Aug. 1817 in ME,[903] married Emeline (___). She was born on 1 Apr. 1821,[904] and they moved to Waushara Co., WI. She died on 21 Sept. 1880 in Waushara Co., WI,[905] and he died in Feb. 1886 in Waushara Co., WI,[906] and they were both buried in Oasis Cemetery in Oasis, WI.

2. Jabez King Walker, born on 5 Aug. 1819 in Portland, ME,[907] married Rosilla Snell Merrill.[908] She was born on 29 June 1820 in New Gloucester, Cumberland Co., ME,[909] and they were living with his parents in Poland, Cumberland Co., ME, in the 1850 federal census, and in Dakota, Waushara Co., WI, in the 1860 federal census, where he was a farmer.[910] She died on 25 May 1894 in Oasis, Waushara Co., WI, aged 73 years, 10 months, 26 days,[911] and he died on 9 Apr. 1911 in Oasis, WI,[912] and they were both buried in Oasis Cemetery in Oasis, Waushara Co., WI.

3. Phineas Walker, born on 18 Dec. 1820 in ME,[913] married Mary Stratton,[914] daughter of Gardner and Clarrisa (Bemis) Stratton.[915] She was born on 1 Feb. 1839 in NY.[916] He died on 17 June 1882 in Wautoma, Waushara Co., WI,[917] and she died on 10 June 1920,[918] and they were both buried in Wautoma Union Cemetery in Wautoma, Waushara Co., WI.

4. Delana T. Walker, born in ca. Feb. 1823 in Poland, ME,[919] died on 12 Dec. 1842 in Poland, ME, aged 19 years, 10 months,[920] and was buried in Highland Cemetery in West Poland, ME.

5. Harriet S. Walker, born in ca. May 1824 in Poland, ME,[921] never married, died on 16 Apr. 1848 in Poland, ME, aged 24 years, 11 months,[922] and was buried in Highland Cemetery in West Poland, ME.

6. Emely J. Walker, born in ca. 1827 in Poland, ME,[923] died on 21 Feb. 1845 in Poland, ME, aged 17 years,[924] and was buried in Highland Cemetery in West Poland, ME.

7. Francis “Frank” A. Walker, born on 15 Feb. 1833 in ME,[925] married Mary Smith on 7 Apr. 1858 in WI.[926] She was born on 8 July 1838 in North Blenheim, Schoharie Co., NY.[927] they lived in Oasis, Waushara Co., WI. She died on 2 Apr. 1912,[928] and he died on 8 July 1823 in Plainfield, Waushara Co., WI, aged about 90 years,[929] and they were both buried in Oasis Cemetery in Oasis, WI.

8. Llewellyn S. Walker, born on 17 Sept. 1840 in Poland, ME,[930] married Narcissa Barber on 22 Nov. 1864 in Waushara Co., WI.[931] She was born on 5 Nov. 1840,[932] and they lived in Plainfield, WI, where he was a merchant.[933] He served in the Civil War in the 3rd Wisconsin Battery.[934] She died on 3 June 1908,[935] and he died on 8 June 1912 in Plainfield, Waushara Co., WI,[936] and they were both buried in Wautoma Union Cemetery in Wautoma, Waushara Co., WI.

f. Moses6 Snell, born on 4 Feb. 1801 in Hebron, ME,[937] married Hannah Jordan,[938] supposedly daughter of James and Lydia (Barnes) Jordan, of Portland, ME.[939] She was born on 1 June 1803 in Portland, ME.[940] They were living in Poland, Cumberland Co., ME, in the 1830,[941] 1840,[942] and 1850 federal censuses, where he was a farmer,[943] and in Poland, Androscoggin Co., ME, in the 1860 federal census, where he was a farmer.[944] They were still living in Poland, ME, in the 1870 federal census, with the family of their daughter and son-in-law, Elias and Ellen Doughty.[945] He died testate on 19 Sept. 1879 in Poland, ME, aged 78 years, 7 months,[946] his will dated 4 Feb. 1879, and probated on 21 Sept. 1880 mentioned his son Jason, his daughters Mrs. Ellen J. Doughty and Mrs. Harriet B. Crooker, his wife Hannah Snell, and his daughter Miss Mary Snell, whom he named as Executrix of his estate.[947] (See Appendix [M] for a full transcription of his will.) She was living in Poland, ME, next door to Joseph and Harriet McDonald in the 1880 federal census.[948] She died on 21 Nov. 1900 in Poland, ME,[949] and they were both buried in Highland Cemetery in West Poland, ME. They had children:

1. Eleanor/Ellen7 J. Snell, born on 22 Aug. 1827 in ME,[950] married Elias Doughty on 12 Apr. 1851 in Naples, Cumberland Co., ME.[951] He was born on 1 Apr. 1822 in ME.[952] They were living in Naples, Cumberland Co., ME, in the 1860 federal census, where he was a farmer, and his parents were probably living with them,[953] in Poland, Androscoggin Co., ME, in the 1870 federal census, where her parents were living with them,[954] and in Poland, ME, in the 1880 federal census.[955] He died on 12 Sept. 1881 in Poland, ME,[956] and she died on 3 Aug. 1915,[957] and they were both buried in Highland Cemetery in West Poland, ME.

2. Byron J. Snell, born ca. 1830 in ME,[958] was still living with his parents in Poland, ME, in the 1850 federal census, probably died young. He was not found in the 1860 or 1870 federal censuses, and he was not mentioned in his father’s 1879 will.

3. Jason7 A. Snell, born on 24 Aug. 1832 in Gardiner, Kennebec Co., ME,[959] married Julia A. Peacock, daughter of James and Lydia Peacock.[960] She was born on 27 Sept. 1838 in Gardiner, ME.[961] They were living next door to his parents in Poland, Androscoggin Co., ME, in the 1860 federal census,[962] where he was a farmer. He died on 6 Nov. 1884 in Gardiner, ME, aged 52 years, 6 months,[963] and she died a widow on 10 Apr. 1920 in Gardiner, ME, aged 81 years, 6 months,[964] and they were both buried in Libby Hill Cemetery in Gardiner, ME

4. Diantha M. Snell, born ca. 1834 in ME,[965] marriage not found, probably died young. She was not mentioned in her father’s 1879 will.

5. Mary7 A. Snell, born ca. 1836 in ME,[966] never married. She was Executrix of her father’s estate in 1880, and she was living with her widowed mother in Poland, ME, in the 1880 federal census. She died on 4 Sept. 1901 in Poland, ME,[967] and was buried in Highland Cemetery in West Poland, ME.

6. Harriet7 R. Snell, born ca. 1838 in ME,[968] married Almon Crooker.[969] He was born ca. 1839,[970] and he served in Company G, the 23rd Regiment of Maine Volunteers in the Civil War.[971] He died in 1911,[972] and she died in 1927,[973] and they were both buried in Highland Cemetery in West Poland, ME.

7. Emily7 V. Snell, born on 1 Sept. 1839,[974] was still unmarried and living with her parents in Poland, ME, in the 1860 federal census, married (___) Walsh, but she died on 25 Sept. 1863 in Poland, ME, aged 24 years, 24 days,[975] and was buried in Highland Cemetery in West Poland, ME.

8. Louisa M. Snell, born in ca. Mar. 1842 in ME,[976] died on 6 Dec. 1862 in West Poland, ME, aged 20 years, 9 months,[977] and was also buried in Highland Cemetery in West Poland, ME.

9. Delana7 M. Snell, born ca. 1844 in ME,[978] married Austin N. Cole, son of Ephraim and Electa Cole, on 14 Nov. 1870 in Springfield, Hampden Co., MA,[979] but she died on 4 Apr. 1871 in Springfield, MA, aged 26 years, of “inflammation of bowels,”[980] and was buried in Highland Cemetery in West Poland, ME.

g. Joseph6 Hutchin Snell, Esq., born in Jan. 1803 in Hebron, ME,[981] married Sarah Barton in ca. 1825.[982] She was born ca. 1804 in ME.[983] They were living in Raymond, Cumberland Co., ME, in the 1830 federal census,[984] in Poland, Cumberland Co., ME, next door to his father in the 1840 federal census,[985] and next door to his brother Moses Snell in Poland, ME, the 1850 federal census, where he was a farmer.[986] They were living in Cumberland, Cumberland, Co., ME, in the 1860 federal census, where he was a miller.[987] She died on 16 June 1861 in Poland, ME, aged 58 years,[988] and he died on 29 June 1865 in Cumberland Co., ME, aged 62 years,[989] and they were both buried in Universalist Cemetery in West Cumberland, ME. They had children:

1. Caroline Snell, born on 13 Oct. 1825 in Poland, ME,[990] marriage not found.

2. Henrietta7 Snell, born on 29 Aug. 1827 in Poland, ME,[991] married Peter Colby Wardwell, son of Peter Wardwell, on 25 Oct. 1846 in Otisfield, Cumberland Co., ME.[992] He was born on 15 June 1817 in Otisfield, ME,[993] and they were living with his father in Otisfield, Cumberland Co., ME, in the 1850 federal census, where he was a farmer.[994] He died on 3 June 1885 in Otisfield, Cumberland Co., ME,[995] and she died on 18 Mar. 1901 in Otisfield, ME,[996] and they were both buried in Merrill Memorial Cemetery in Otisfield, ME.

3. Joseph7 Mellon Snell, born on 13 Mar. 1829 in Poland, ME,[997] supposedly married a Lizzie (___), who was born ca. 1846 in CT.[998]

4. Margaret7 Cook Snell, born on 28 Apr. 1831 in Poland, ME,[999] married Cyrus A. Page on 24 Jan. 1850 in Minot, ME.[1000] He was born ca. 1828 in ME,[1001] and they were living in Poland, Cumberland Co., ME, in the 1850 federal census, where he was a millman,[1002] and in Poland, Androscoggin Co., ME, in the 1860 federal census, where he was a farmer.[1003] She died on 5 Jan. 1868 in Mechanic Falls, Androscoggin Co., ME,[1004] and he remarried to Sarah Adams on 1 May 1869 in Minot, Androscoggin Co., ME.[1005] They were living in Poland, ME, in the 1870 federal census, working in a saw mill.[1006] He died on 14 July 1888 in Mechanic Falls, ME,[1007] and they were both buried in Maple Grove Cemetery in Mechanic Falls, ME.

5. Sarah7 Ann Snell, born on 27 Aug. 1832 in Poland, ME,[1008] possibly married Horace Bean on 17 Oct. 1850 in Portland, Cumberland Co., ME.[1009]

6. George7 Washington Snell, born on 27 Sept. 1834 in Poland, ME,[1010] married 1.) Frances Jane Leighton,[1011] daughter of James and Prudence (Blanchard) Leighton.[1012] She was born on 4 Nov. 1835 in Orono, Penobscot Co., ME,[1013] and died on 17 Aug. 1861 in Portland, ME.[1014] He remarried to 2.) Ann Maria Wight.[1015] He died on 17 Nov. 1890 in Cumberland, Cumberland Co., ME,[1016] and was buried with his first wife in Methodist Cemetery in Cumberland, ME.

7. William7 Harrison Tuttle Snell, born on 18 Mar. 1836 in Poland, ME,[1017] married Mary E. (___).[1018] She was born on 11 Jan. 1840 in ME.[1019] They were living in Westbrook, Cumberland Co., ME, in the 1870 federal census, where he was a blacksmith.[1020] He died on 27 Mar. 1925 in Falmouth, Cumberland Co., ME,[1021] and she died on 14 Nov. 1928 in Falmouth, ME,[1022] and they were both buried in the Methodist Cemetery in Cumberland, ME.

8. Benjamin7 Tasker Snell, born on 25 Feb. 1838 in Poland, ME,[1023] married Margaret M. (___),[1024] who was born ca. 1837 in Canada.[1025] He was a miner, and they moved to California, but were living in Treasure City, White Pine Co., NV, in the 1870 federal census.[1026]

9. Hannah7 Loring Snell, born on 2 Sept. 1840 in Poland, ME,[1027] married Jason H. Winslow,[1028] son of Charles W. and Lois H. Winslow.[1029] He was born on 13 Feb. 1838 in Falmouth, Cumberland Co., ME,[1030] She died on 4 Sept. 1868,[1031] and he died on 17 Nov. 1869 in Cumberland Co., ME,[1032] and they were both buried in the Methodist Cemetery in Cumberland, ME.

10. Thomas7 Jefferson Snell, born on 10 July 1844 in Poland, ME,[1033] married Eliza J. Millett on 5 Dec. 1865 in Lisbon, Androscoggin Co., ME.[1034] She was born on 1 Sept. 1847 in ME.[1035] They were living in Westbrook, Cumberland Co., ME, in the 1870 federal census, where he was a blacksmith.[1036] He died on 17 Dec. 1870 in Lisbon, Androscoggin Co., ME, aged 26 years, 5 months, 10 days,[1037] and she died on 23 Aug. 1904,[1038] and they were both buried in Lisbon Cemetery in Lisbon, ME.

11. Edward7 Franklin Snell, born ca. 1849 in Poland, ME, married 1.) Adelia F. Merrill,[1039] who was born ca. 1854 in Lewiston, ME, and died about 1877.[1040] He remarried to 2.) Sarah Elle Swett.[1041] She was born on 12 Jan. 1858 in Kewanee, Henry Co., IL.[1042] He died on 27 Mar. 1932 in Portland, ME,[1043] and she died on 1 Jan. 1941 in Portland, ME,[1044] and they were both buried in Forest City Cemetery in South Portland, ME.

h. Philena Snell, born on 28 Feb. 1805 in ME, died about 1806.[1045]

i. Philena6 Snell, born on 4 Feb. 1807 in ME,[1046] married Seth Chandler Dunn on 1 Apr. 1827.[1047] He was born on 7 Mar. 1802.[1048] They were living in Poland, Cumberland Co., ME, in the 1830,[1049] 1840,[1050] and 1850 federal censuses,[1051] where he was a farmer, and in Poland, Androscoggin Co., ME, in the 1860,[1052] and 1870 federal censuses,[1053] where he was a farmer. He died on 26 Aug. 1881 in Poland, Androscoggin Co., ME, aged 79 years, 5 months, 19 days,[1054] and she died on 8 Aug. 1890 in Poland, ME, aged 83 years, 6 months,[1055] and they were both buried in Highland Cemetery in West Poland, ME. They had children:

1. Reuben Dunn, born on 29 Feb. 1832 in Poland, ME,[1056] married Lucretia E. Twist.[1057] She was born on 17 Oct. 1835.[1058] They were living with his parents in Poland, Androscoggin Co., ME, in the 1860, and 1870 federal censuses. He died on 4 Dec. 1909,[1059] and she died on 10 Apr. 1918,[1060] and they were both buried in Highland Cemetery in West Poland, ME.

2. George Franklin Dunn, born on 4 Mar. 1835 in Poland, ME,[1061] was still unmarried and living with his parents in Poland, ME, in the 1860 federal census, married Sarah Marshall Gurney.[1062] She was born on 28 Dec. 1835 in Hartford, Oxford Co., ME.[1063] He died on 24 July 1913,[1064] and she died on 24 Feb. 1916 in Poland, ME,[1065] and they were both buried in Highland Cemetery in West Poland, ME.

3. Eliphalet Dunn, born on 28 Oct. 1839 in Poland, ME,[1066] married Ruth A. (___) in ca. 1859. She was born ca. 1840 in ME.[1067]

4. Jonas W. Dunn, born ca. 1841 in Poland, ME,[1068] was still unmarried and living with his parents in Poland, ME, in the 1870 federal census, married Jennet E. (___), who was born ca. 1853.[1069] He died on 20 July 1921 in New Gloucester, Cumberland Co., ME, aged 80 years.[1070]

5. Emily W. Dunn, born on 4 Nov. 1843 in ME,[1071] married John S. Dunn.[1072] He was born on 19 Mar. 1824 in ME.[1073] She died on 22 Nov. 1897 in Poland, ME, aged 54 years, 18 days,[1074] and he died on 28 Dec. 1903 in Poland, ME,[1075] and they were both buried in Highland Cemetery in West Poland, ME.

j. Lucy6 Snell, born on 22 Feb. 1809 in Poland, ME,[1076] married Deacon William Henry McCann,[1077] son of David and Mary “Molly” (Hayes) McCann,[1078] on 6 June 1826 in Poland, ME.[1079] He was born on 28 May 1804 in Poland, ME.[1080] They were living in Poland, Cumberland Co., ME, in the 1830,[1081] 1840,[1082] and 1850 federal censuses,[1083] and in Poland, Androscoggin Co., ME, in the 1860,[1084] and 1870 federal censuses,[1085] where he was a farmer. He died testate on 1 June 1878 in Poland, ME, aged 72 years,[1086] his will dated 5 Dec. 1876 and probated in Sept. 1878 left his entire estate to his wife Lucy McCann, and appointed her as Executrix.[1087] (See Appendix [N] for a full transcription of his will.) She died on 8 June 1901 in Poland, ME, aged 92 years,[1088] and they were both buried in White Oak Hill Cemetery in West Poland, ME. They had children:

1. David Nelson McCann, born on 28 Feb. 1828 in Poland, ME,[1089] married 1.) Caroline Jacobson,[1090] and 2.) Adeline “Addie” Marrett Edwards, daughter of Bryce McLellan and Martha (Irish) Edwards,[1091] on 26 June 1859.[1092] She was born on 8 July 1836 in Westbrook, Cumberland Co., ME.[1093] They were living in Westbrook, Cumberland Co., ME, in the 1860 federal census, where he was a “shoe souler.”[1094] She died on 24 Apr. 1876 in Mechanic Falls, Androscoggin Co., ME,[1095] and was buried in Woodlawn Cemetery in Westbrook, ME. He remarried again to 3.) Sarah J. Hathaway, daughter of George W. and Mary P. (Barrows) Hathaway,[1096] on 11 Nov. 1878 in Westbrook, ME.[1097] She was born in 1838,[1098] and died in 1890.[1099] He died on 30 Nov. 1903 in Portland, Cumberland Co., ME,[1100] and they were both buried in Woodlawn Cemetery in Westbrook, Cumberland Co., ME.

2. Emeline McCann, born on 23 June 1831 in Poland, ME,[1101] married Edward H. Hanscom, son of George H. and Catherine (Partridge) Hanscom,[1102] on 9 Sept. 1849 in Poland, ME.[1103] He was born ca. 1827 in Poland, ME.[1104] They were living in Poland, Androscoggin Co., ME, in the 1860 federal census, where he was a farmer.[1105] She died on 1 June 1876, aged 46 years,[1106] and was buried in White Oak Hill Cemetery in West Poland, ME. He remarried to Olive M. (Butler) Snell,[1107] widow of Irving W. or Washington Irvin Snell.[1108] Edward H. Hanscom died on 13 Oct. 1903 in Poland, ME, aged 77 years, 1 month, 11 days,[1109] and was buried in White Oak Hill Cemetery in West Poland, ME. Olive M. (Butler) (Snell) Hanscom died on 23 Oct. 1822 in Poland, ME,[1110] and was buried in Highland Cemetery in West Poland, ME.

3. James W. McCann, born ca. May 1835,[1111] was still unmarried and living with his parents in Poland, ME, in the 1860 federal census, died on 12 Apr. 1863, aged 27 years, 11 months,[1112] and was buried in White Oak Hill Cemetery in West Poland, ME.

4. Isaac Fairfield McCann, born in Nov. 1839 in ME,[1113] married 1.) Allice/Abigail H. Rowe on 7 Jan. 1864 in Minot, Androsoggin Co., ME,[1114] and probably 2.) Sophia Ann Barton on 4 Oct. 1870 in Poland, ME.[1115] He was not found in Androscoggin Co., ME, in the 1860, 1870, or 1880 federal censuses, but he died on 15 Sept. 1915 in Mechanic Falls, Androscoggin Co., ME, aged 75 years.[1116]

5. Harriet McCann, probably a twin, born ca. 1845 in ME.[1117]

6. Joseph H. McCann, probably a twin, born on 27 Oct. 1844,[1118] married Ella M. Bean,[1119] daughter of David M. and Mary A. (Cloudman) Bean.[1120] She was born on 21 Nov. 1855 in Cumberland Co., ME.[1121] They were living with her parents in Westbrook, Cumberland Co., ME, in the 1880 federal census, where he was a tin ware and stove dealer.[1122] She died on 7 Mar. 1885 in Cumberland Co., ME,[1123] and he died on 26 Dec. 1943 in Cumberland Co., ME,[1124] and they were both buried in Saccarappa Cemetery in Westbrook, ME.

7. William H. McCann, born on 1 June 1846 in Poland, ME,[1125] served as a Private in Company H, 13th Regiment of Maine Volunteers in the U.S. Army during the Civil War, and died on 16 Dec. 1917 in Lewiston, Androscoggin Co., ME.[1126]

8. Granville McCann, born in 1850 in Poland, ME,[1127] probably died young.

9. Frank Edgar McCann, born on 1 Jan. 1852,[1128] died on 10 Sept. 1856, aged 4 years, 8 months, 9 days,[1129] and was buried in White Oak Hill Cemetery in West Poland, ME.

k. Harriet6 Snell, born on 21 Aug. 1811 in Poland, ME,[1130] married Joseph McDonald on 30 Mar. 1841 in Poland, ME.[1131] He was born on 13 Sept. 1816 in ME,[1132] and they were living in Poland, Cumberland Co., ME, in the 1850 federal census, where he was a farmer,[1133] and in Poland, Androscoggin Co., ME, next door to his brother-in-law Job Snell the 1860 federal census, where he was a cattle driver,[1134] in Poland, ME, in the 1870 federal census, where he was a farmer,[1135] and the 1880 federal census, where he was a farmer and cattle dealer.[1136] He died testate on 4 Apr. 1890 in Poland, ME,[1137] his will dated 1 Mar. 1890, and probated in May 1890, mentioned his wife Harriet, his four brothers, several nephews and nieces, including his nephew Fred H. McDonald, Leonard C. Foster and his wife Rebecca B. Foster, and Edgar Foster, but no children.[1138] (See Appendix [O] for a full transcription of his will.) She died a widow on 1 Feb. 1895 in Poland, ME,[1139] and they were both buried in Highland Cemetery in West Poland, ME. They had a daughter:

1. Sarah J. McDonald, born ca. 1851 in ME,[1140] probably died young, not mentioned in the 1890 will of her father.

        2609    ii   Betsey5 Snell, born ca. 1774 in Bridgewater, MA,[1141] married Peleg Weston, supposedly son of John and Marcy (Sampson) Weston,[1142] on 6 Mar. 1794 in Turner, Cumberland Co., ME.[1143] He was born ca. 1772 in Plymouth, MA.[1144] They were probably living in Hebron, Cumberland Co., ME, in the 1800 federal census,[1145] but they were not found in the 1810 or 1820 federal censuses. They moved to Foxcroft, Penobscot [now Piscataquis] Co., ME, by 1830, where they were living in the 1830 federal census,[1146] but he was not a head of household in Foxcroft, ME, in the 1840 federal census, and they were probably living with their son Caleb Weston.[1147] He died on 7 Dec. 1846 in Foxcroft, ME, aged 74 years,[1148] and she was living with the family of their son Caleb Weston in Foxcroft, Piscataquis Co., ME, in the 1850 federal census.[1149] She died in June 1854 in Foxcroft, ME,[1150] and they were both buried in Jefferds Cemetery in Dover-Foxcroft, ME. They had children:

a. Moses Weston, born in 1799 in Hebron, ME,[1151] married Betsey Soule,[1152] daughter of Jacob and Dorcas (Prince) Soule,[1153] on 31 July 1836 in Penobscot Co., ME.[1154] She was born in 1811 in Freeport, ME.[1155] They were living in Foxcroft, Piscataquis Co., ME, in the 1840,[1156] 1850,[1157] and 1860 federal censuses,[1158] where he was a farmer, and they were living in the household of their son Alonzo Weston in Magog, District of Stanstead, Province of Quebec, Canada, in the 1871 Canadian census.[1159] He died in 1876,[1160] and she died in 1897,[1161] and they were both buried in Pine Hill Cemetery in Magog, Estrie Region, Quebec, Canada.

b. Betsey Weston, born in 1804,[1162] married Reuben Brawn,[1163] son of Peter and Catherine Brawn, in 1822.[1164] He was born on 15 Apr. 1800 in Norridgewick, Somerset Co., ME.[1165] They were living in Foxcroft, Piscataquis Co., ME, in the 1840,[1166] 1850,[1167] 1860,[1168] and 1870 federal censuses,[1169] where he was a farmer. He died on 30 Aug. 1881 in Foxcroft, ME,[1170] and she died in 1889,[1171] and they were both buried in Jefferds Cemetery in Dover-Foxcroft, ME.

c. Peleg Weston (Jr.), born on 3 May 1806,[1172] married Elizabeth C. Wade.[1173] She was born on 17 May 1818 in ME.[1174] They were living in Foxcroft, Piscataquis Co., ME, in the 1840 federal census,[1175] and in Township No. 8, Range 8th, Piscataquis Co., ME, in the 1850,[1176] and 1860 federal censuses,[1177] and in Howard, Piscataquis Co., ME, in the 1870 federal census,[1178] where he was a farmer. He died on 25 Dec. 1897,[1179] and she died on 7 Oct. 1902 in Piscataquis Co., ME,[1180] and they were both buried in Riverside Cemetery in Willimantic, Piscataquis Co., ME.

d. Caleb Weston, born on 2 July 1808 in Hebron, ME,[1181] married Jane Dunning Woodard, daughter of Oliver and Sarah “Sally” Kathleen (Herring) Woodard,[1182] on 17 July 1836 in Penobscot Co., ME.[1183] She was born on 17 June 1815 in Guilford, Piscataquis Co., ME.[1184] They were living in Foxcroft, Piscataquis Co., ME, in the 1840,[1185] and 1850 federal censuses, where his widowed mother was living with them,[1186] and the 1860,[1187] and 1870 federal censuses,[1188] where he was a farmer. He died on 17 Dec. 1885 in Dover-Foxcroft, ME,[1189] and she died on 21 June 1890,[1190] and they were both buried in Rural Grove Cemetery in Dover-Foxcroft, ME.

e. Seth Weston, born on 29 June 1815 in Foxcroft, ME,[1191] died in 1822 in Foxcroft, ME,[1192] and was buried in Jefferds Cemetery in Dover-Foxcroft, ME.

        2610   iii   Hannah5 Snell, born ca. 1778, probably in Bridgewater, MA,[1193] married William Loring in ca. 1794.[1194] He was born in ca. May 1771 in MA.[1195] He was possibly the Wm Loring living in Bridgewater in the 1790 federal census.[1196] They supposedly moved to Turner, Cumberland (now Androscoggin) Co., ME, and he was probably the Wm Loring Jr. living in Turner, Cumberland Co., ME, in the 1800,[1197] and 1810 federal censuses,[1198] next door to a Wm Loring, who may have been his father. They were living in Turner, Oxford Co., ME, in the 1820,[1199] 1830,[1200] and 1840 federal censuses.[1201] They were still living in Turner, Oxford Co., ME, in the 1850 federal census, with their son, Seth Loring.[1202] He died testate on 6 Dec. 1856 in Turner, ME, aged 85 years, 7 months,[1203] his will dated 27 Apr. 1849, and probated in Feb. 1857, mentioned his wife Hannah, his sons William Loring Jr., Caleb Loring, and Seth Loring, and his grandchild Lucy Ann Hutchinson, daughter of his deceased daughter Lucy Hutchinson, and he named his son Seth Loring as executor of his estate.[1204] (See Appendix [P] for a full transcription of his will.) Hannah (Snell) Loring was still living in Turner, Androscoggin Co., ME, with their son Seth Loring in the 1860 federal census,[1205] and she died on 14 Mar. 1861 in Turner, ME, aged 90 years, 5 months, 11 days,[1206] and they were both buried in Turner Village Cemetery in Turner, ME. Hannah Snell and William Loring had children:

a. Joseph Loring, born on 18 Oct. 1795, died on 2 Feb. 1797 in Turner, ME, aged 15 months,[1207] and was buried in Turner Village Cemetery in Turner, ME.

b. Caleb Loring, born on 19 Mar. 1798 in Turner, ME,[1208] married Prudence S. (___).[1209] She was born ca. 1796 in ME.[1210] They were living in Hebron, Oxford Co., ME, in the 1840 federal census,[1211] and in Turner, Oxford Co., ME, in the 1850 federal census, where he was a farmer.[1212] She died on 6 Mar. 1859 in Turner, ME, aged 62 years, 6 months,[1213] and he died on 21 June 1859 in Turner, ME, aged 61 years,[1214] and they were both buried in Turner Village Cemetery in Turner, ME. They had children:

1. (Possibly a daughter born ca. 1826-1829.)

2. Joseph Stetson Loring, born on 9 Dec. 1833 in Turner, ME,[1215] married Lucetta G. (Mitchell) Durgin, daughter of Angier/Ange H. and Betsey J. (Jordan) Mitchell,[1216] and widow of John P. Durgin,[1217] on 24 Aug. 1858 in Turner, ME.[1218] They were living in Turner, Androscoggin Co., ME, in the 1860,[1219] and 1870 federal censuses,[1220] where he was a farmer. He died testate on 2 Oct. 1879 in Turner, ME, aged 45 years, 9 months,[1221] his will dated 25 Sept. 1879, and probated on 21 Oct. 1879, mentioned his wife Lucetta G. Loring, and his children Willie S., Ella M., and Addie D. Loring, and he named Daniel H. Kilbreth, of Livermore, as Executor of his estate.[1222] (See Appendix [Q] for a full transcription of his will.) She died on 17 Dec. 1908 in Turner, ME, aged 78 years, 8 months, of “catarrhal pneumonia & abdominal tumor,”[1223] and they were both buried in North Turner Cemetery in North Turner, ME.

3. Betsey Jane Loring, born on 17 Dec. 1835 in Hebron, ME,[1224] died on 24 Dec. 1857 in Turner, ME, aged 21 years,[1225] and was buried in Turner Village Cemetery in Turner, ME.

c. William Loring (Jr.), born on 30 Nov. 1800 in Turner, ME,[1226] married Hannah Keen, daughter of Edward and Hannah Keen, on 25 Nov. 1827 in Turner, ME.[1227] She was born on 15 July 1801 in Turner, ME.[1228] They were living in Turner, Oxford Co., ME, in the 1830,[1229] 1840,[1230] and 1850 federal census, next door to his brother, Seth Loring, where he was a farmer.[1231] She died on 20 Aug. 1850 in Turner, ME, aged 49 years,[1232] and he was still living in Turner, Androscoggin Co., ME, in the 1860 federal census, a farmer,[1233] and he was living with his son William L. Loring in Turner, ME, in the 1870 federal census. He died testate on 9 Mar. 1889 in Turner, ME, aged 88 years, 4 months,[1234] and they were both buried in Turner Village Cemetery in Turner, ME, his will dated 9 Jan. 1865, and probated on 9 Apr. 1889, left two parcels of real estate to his son William L. Loring, who was granted administration of his estate.[1235] (See Appendix [R] for a full transcription of his will.) They had children:

1. Lydia F. Loring, born ca. 1830 in ME,[1236] married Cyrus Briggs, of Auburn, ME, on 11 Dec. 1851 in Auburn, ME.[1237] He was born on 7 Jan. 1826.[1238] They were living in Turner, Androscoggin Co., ME, in the 1860 federal census, where he was a farmer.[1239] She died on 31 Dec. 1861, aged 32 years, 3 months, 8 days,[1240] and was buried in Turner Village Cemetery in Turner, ME. He remarried to Abbie C. Stevens on 27 Mar. 1863 in Turner, ME.[1241] She was born on 8 Feb. 1842.[1242] They were still living in Turner, Androscoggin Co., ME, in the 1870 federal census, where he was a farmer.[1243] He died on 4 Mar. 1913,[1244] and she died on 24 Nov. 1921,[1245] and they were both buried in Turner Village Cemetery in Turner, ME.

2. William L. Loring, born on 24 Apr. 1836 in ME,[1246] married Julia B. Records or Rickards on 2 Oct. 1859 in Auburn, ME.[1247] She was born on 12 May 1837.[1248] They were living with his father in Turner, Androscoggin Co., ME, in the 1860, and his father was living with them in Turner, ME, in the 1870 federal census,[1249] where he was a farmer. He was administrator of his father’s estate in 1889. He died on 16 Nov. 1908,[1250] and she died on 18 Sept. 1911,[1251] and they were both buried in Turner Village Cemetery in Turner, ME.

d. Lydia Loring, born on 23 Jan. 1805 in Turner, ME,[1252] never married, died on 4 Mar. 1827 in Turner,[1253] and was buried in Turner Village Cemetery in Turner, ME.

e. Seth Loring, born on 3 Apr. 1807 in Turner, ME,[1254] married Nancy Hutchinson, daughter of Joseph and Deborah (Fuller) Hutchinson,[1255] on 11 May 1836 in Turner, ME.[1256] She was born on 4 Dec. 1813 in Hebron, Oxford Co., ME.[1257] He was executor of his father’s estate in 1857. They were living in Turner, Oxford Co., ME, in the 1840,[1258] and 1850 federal censuses, next door to his brother William Loring, where he was a farmer, and his parents were living with them,[1259] and in Turner, Androscoggin Co., ME, in the 1860 federal census, where his widowed mother was living with them,[1260] and in the 1870 federal census,[1261] where he was a farmer. He died on 9 Mar. 1878 in Turner, ME, aged 70 years, 11 months, 6 days,[1262] and she died on 27 Sept. 1886 in Turner, ME, aged 72 years, 9 months, 22 days,[1263] and they were both buried in Turner Village Cemetery in Turner, ME. They had children:

1. Lucy Loring, born on 26 Jan. 1838 in Turner, ME,[1264] married Charles Bicknell on 19 June 1858 in Turner, ME.[1265] He was born on 20 Oct. 1821,[1266] and they were living with Otis and Martha Bicknell, presumably his parents, in Buckfield, Oxford Co., ME, in the 1860 federal census, where he was a farm laborer.[1267] He died on 13 June 1861 in Buckfield, Oxford Co., ME,[1268] and she died on 23 Mar. 1862 in Buckfield, ME,[1269] and they were both buried in Prince Cemetery in Buckfield, ME.

2. Maria J. Loring, born on 6 May 1843 in Turner, ME,[1270] was still unmarried and living with her brother Milton Loring in Auburn, ME, in the 1870 federal census, working as a domestic in the house of Ruth Bridgham,[1271] married James Preston Hutchinson,[1272] son of John Colby and Emeline E. (Doe) Hutchinson.[1273] He was born on 6 Jan. 1848 in Buckfield, Oxford Co., ME.[1274] She died on 19 Mar. 1905 in Auburn, Androscoggin Co., ME,[1275] and was buried in Evergreen Cemetery in Portland, ME. He remarried to Abbie (Morse) Southward,[1276] daughter of George Washington and Jane W. (Hilton) Morse,[1277] and widow of Frank Elwyn Southard.[1278] She was born on 5 May 1854.[1279] He died on 24 Nov. 1914 in Auburn, ME, aged 66 years,[1280] and was also buried in Evergreen Cemetery in Portland, ME. Abbie (Morse) Hutchinson died on 1 Sept. 1917,[1281] and was buried in Gray Village Cemetery in Gray, Cumberland Co., ME.

3. John Milton Loring, a twin, born on 24 Oct. 1847 in Turner, ME,[1282] was still unmarried and living with his sister Maria Loring in Auburn, ME, in the 1870 federal census, in the house of Ruth Bridgham, working in a shoe shop, married Justina Bradford Mower,[1283] daughter of Harrison Gray Otis and Delora (Sylvester) Mower,[1284] on 22 Nov. 1875 in Auburn or Turner, ME.[1285] She was born on 1 May 1853 in Turner, ME.[1286] They were living in Auburn, Androscoggin Co., ME, in the 1880 federal census, where he was a shoe manufacturer, his wife was sick, and his widowed mother was living with them.[1287] He died on 21 July 1919 in South Portland, Cumberland Co., ME,[1288] and she died on 12 Mar. 1920 in Portland, ME,[1289] and they were both buried in Mount Pleasant Cemetery in South Portland, ME.

4. Isaac Newton Loring, a twin, born on 24 Oct. 1847 in Turner, ME,[1290] married Carrie E. Drake,[1291] on 15 Jan. 1879 in Auburn, ME.[1292] She was born ca. 1850 in ME.[1293] They were living in Auburn, Androscoggin Co., ME, in the 1880 federal census, as boarders in the house of James S. and Joanna P. Drake, where he was a shoe shop hand.[1294] She died in 1925 in Auburn, ME,[1295] and he died in 1928,[1296] and they were both buried in Mount Auburn Cemetery in Auburn, ME.

5. Frederick M. Loring, born on 31 Jan. 1850 in Turner, ME,[1297] married Abby W. Watson on 10 Nov. 1877 in Turner, ME.[1298] She was born ca. 1855 in ME.[1299] They were living in Auburn, ME, in the 1880 federal census, in the house of C. B. and Mary S. Kimball, where he was a shoe shop hand.[1300] He died in 1922 in Auburn, ME,[1301] and was buried in Mount Auburn Cemetery in Auburn, ME.

f. Betsey Loring, born on 2 Dec. 1809 in Turner, ME,[1302] never married, died on 13 Dec. 1832 in Turner, aged 23 years,[1303] and was buried in Turner Village Cemetery in Turner, ME.

g. Lucy Loring, born on 8 Sept. 1812 in Turner, ME,[1304] married Joseph Hutchinson (Jr.), son of Joseph and Deborah (Fuller) Hutchinson, on 16 Sept. 1833.[1305] He was born on 19 Apr. 1807 in Hebron, ME.[1306] She died on 2 July 1836 in Hebron, ME, aged 24 years,[1307] and was buried in Turner Village Cemetery in Turner, ME. He remarried to Celia A. Lovejoy, daughter of Hezekiah and Hannah (Atkins) Lovejoy.[1308] They were living in Hebron, Oxford Co., ME, in the 1840 federal census.[1309] She died on 26 May 1845 in Hebron, ME, and he remarried again to Laura7 (Kinsley) Cary, daughter of Abel6 and Patty Kinsley, and widow of Lucius Cary.[1310] She was born ca. 1806 in ME,[1311] a granddaughter of (154) Benjamin4 and Priscilla (Manley) Kinsley, of Easton, MA. They were living in Hebron, Oxford Co., ME, in the 1850 federal census, where he was a farmer, and his widowed mother was living with them.[1312] She may have been the Laura Hutchinson, wife of Deacon Joseph Hutchinson, who died on 26 Apr. 1896 in Auburn, ME, aged 87 years, 2 months, 21 days,[1313] and was buried in Oak Hill Cemetery in Auburn, ME. Lucy (Loring) Hutchinson had a daughter:

1. Lucy Ann Hutchinson, born on 8 Aug. 1835 in Hebron, Oxford Co., ME,[1314] mentioned in the 1849 will of her grandfather, William Loring, married (___) Verrill before the 1857 accounting of her grandfather’s estate.[1315]

        2611   iv   Moses Snell (3rd), died on 22 Oct. 1778 in Turner, Cumberland Co., ME,[1316] and was buried in Riverhill Cemetery in Turner, ME.

        2612    v   Lucy Snell, died on 25 Oct. 1778 in Turner, Cumberland Co., ME,[1317] and was also buried in Riverhill Cemetery in Turner, ME.

        2612a  vi   (Unnamed child), died on 2 Nov. 1778 in Turner, Cumberland Co., ME,[1318] and was also buried in Riverhill Cemetery in Turner, ME.

        2613  vii   Supposedly one other child named Caleb Snell who died in 1778 in Turner, ME,[1319] and was also buried in Riverhill Cemetery in Turner, ME.

        2614 viii   (Probably) Moses5 Snell (3rd), born after 1778, but before 1784. He served as a Private in Capt. Seth Staples’ Company from Turner, ME, with his brother Eleazer Snell in 1814 during the War of 1812.[1320] He was also apparently married and living in Turner, Cumberland Co., ME, in the 1810 federal census, near his father, Moses Washburn,[1321] and he may have been the Moses Snell living in Northport, Hancock Co., ME, in the 1820 federal census,[1322] but he was apparently not the Moses Snell who died in Oct. 1828 in Belfast, Waldo Co., ME, aged 49 years.[1323]

        2615   ix   (Probably) Caleb5 Snell, born supposedly on 2 July 1783 in Bridgewater, MA,[1324] married Rhoda Carver, daughter of Jabez and Phebe (Wilbur) Carver, of Raynham, MA,[1325] in ca. 1804.[1326] She was born on 8 Feb. 1783 in Raynham, MA.[1327] He served as a Corporal in Capt. Leonard Richmond’s company from Turner, ME, in 1814 during the War of 1812.[1328] They were living in Turner, Cumberland Co., ME, in the 1810 federal census, near his father, Moses Washburn,[1329] and in Turner, Oxford Co., ME, in the 1820,[1330] 1830,[1331] 1840,[1332] and 1850 federal censuses, near his brother Eleazer Snell, where he was a farmer,[1333] and in Turner, Androscoggin Co., ME, in the 1860 federal census, where he was a farmer.[1334] She died on 16 Dec. 1861 in Turner, ME, aged 76 years,[1335] and he was still living in Turner, ME, in the 1870 federal census.[1336] He supposedly died on 6 Jan. 1876.[1337] Caleb Snell and Rhoda Carver supposedly had children:

a. Maj. Charles6 Snell, born ca. 1805 in ME,[1338] married Sarah Jane Young, of Buckfield, ME, daughter of Moses and Vesta (Drake) Young,[1339] on 5 Nov. 1845 in Turner, ME.[1340] She was born ca. 1826 in ME.[1341] They were living in Turner, Oxford Co., ME, in the 1850 federal census,[1342] and in Turner, Androscoggin Co., ME, in the 1860,[1343] and 1870 federal censuses,[1344] where he was a farmer, and the 1880 federal census, where he was sick with “consumption.”[1345] He died on 2 Feb. 1882 in Turner, ME, aged 77 years,[1346] and was buried in Riverhill Cemetery in Turner, ME. She died on 19 Sept. 1900 in Turner, ME, aged 74 years, 11 months, 10 days.[1347] They had children:

1. Charles7 Atwood Snell, born on 22 May 1851 in Turner, ME,[1348] married Temperance T. Humphry on 13 Sept. 1870 in Turner, ME.[1349] She was born ca. 1854 in ME.[1350] They were living with his parents in Turner, Androscoggin Co., ME, in the 1880 federal census, where he was a farm laborer.[1351] They were both mentioned in the 1883 will of his aunt, Henrietta Reynolds. He died on 12 Aug. 1918 in Turner, ME, aged 67 years, 2 months, 20 days.[1352]

2. George7 Walter Snell, baptized on 3 Nov. 1859 in Turner, ME,[1353] married 1.) Ruth “Ruthie” J. Burdin on 24 Nov. 1871 in Turner, ME.[1354] She was born on 21 Nov. 1863,[1355] and died on 3 Sept. 1896 in Turner, ME,[1356] and was buried in Riverhill Cemetery in Turner, ME. He remarried to 2.) Gertrude Hall, daughter of Noah and Elizabeth (Ludden) Hall,[1357] on 26 Nov. 1897 in Somerville, Middlesex Co., MA.[1358]

b. Henrietta6 Snell, born on 28 Apr. 1810 in Turner, ME,[1359] married James Madison Reynolds, son of Capt. Ichabod and Mary “Polly” (Brett) Reynolds,[1360] as his second wife, on 3 Mar. 1846 in Minot, ME.[1361] He was born on 7 Jan. 1808 in Minot, ME,[1362] and had married first to Hannah Drake on 16 Sept. 1838 in Minot, ME.[1363] They were living in Auburn, Cumberland Co., ME, in the 1850 federal census,[1364] and in Auburn, Androscoggin Co., ME, in the 1860 federal census,[1365] where he was a farmer, and his widowed mother was living with them, and in the 1870 federal census.[1366] She died testate on 30 Sept. 1883, aged 73 years, 5 months, 2 days,[1367] her will dated 22 Aug. 1883, and probated on 9 Oct. 1883, mentioned her husband James M. Reynolds, Sarah Snell, widow of her deceased brother Charles Snell, Edward W. Bird, Temperence Snell, wife of Charles A. Snell, Persis D. D. Bird, wife of Edward W. Bird, and Nancy J. Young, wife of  L. L. Young, and she named Rufus Prince, of Turner, ME, as executor of her estate.[1368] (See Appendix [S] for a full transcription of her will.) He died testate on 23 Aug. 1887 in Auburn, ME, aged 78 years, 7 months, 16 days,[1369] and they were both buried in North Auburn Cemetery in North Auburn, ME, his undated will probated on 11 Oct. 1887 mentioned his grandson Frank Reynolds, his niece Tiley M. Bartlett, his brother Adoniram J. Reynolds, and his nephew Edward W. Bird, and he named Rufus Prince, of Turner, ME, as executor of his estate.[1370] (See Appendix [T] for a full transcription of his will.) Henrietta (Snell) Reynolds had one son:

1. Albert S. Reynolds, born ca. 1849 in ME,[1371] died on 3 Aug. 1865, aged 16 years, 8 months, 21 days,[1372] and was buried in North Auburn Cemetery in North Auburn, ME.

c. Alonzo Snell, born on 28 Mar. 1815 in Turner, ME,[1373] marriage not found.

d. George6 Snell, born in ca. Feb. 1819 in ME,[1374] was still unmarried and living with his parents in Turner, ME, in the 1850 federal census, a farmer, married Rebecca Davie on 26 July 1851 in Turner, ME.[1375] She was born ca. 1827 in ME.[1376] They were living next door to his cousin William Loring (Jr.) in Turner, Androscoggin Co., ME, in the 1860 federal census, where he was a farmer,[1377] but had no children. He died on 1 Oct. 1863 in Turner, ME, aged 44 years, 7 months,[1378] and was buried in Turner Village Cemetery in Turner, ME. She remarried to George W. Dawin or Darvin on 25 Jan. 1866 in Turner, ME.[1379] She died by 1870, and he remarried to Mrs. Esther H. Magill on 27 Feb. 1870 in Lewiston, Androscoggin Co., ME.[1380]

e. Danville6 Snell, born ca. 1826 in ME,[1381] was still unmarried and living with his parents in Turner, ME, in the 1850 federal census, a farmer, married 1.) Martha Jane Foye on 22 Mar. 1859 in Turner, ME.[1382] She was born ca. 1839 in ME.[1383] They were living with his parents in Turner, Androscoggin Co., ME, in the 1860 federal census, where he was a farmer.[1384] She died by 1867, and he remarried to 2.) Nancy Dow (Chaffin) Pettingill, daughter of Adoniram and Lydia (Bean) Chaffin,[1385] and widow of Jeremiah Y. Pettingill, of Portland, ME,[1386] on 28 Nov. 1867 in Portland, ME.[1387] She was born on 30 Dec. 1842 in Buckfield, Oxford Co., ME.[1388] They were living next door to his widowed father in Turner, ME, in the 1870 federal census,[1389] but they were not found in the 1880 federal census. He died on 21 May 1888 in Turner, ME,[1390] and she remarried again to Charles M. Lander, of Auburn, ME, son of True and Elvira (Dresser) Lander,[1391] as his second wife, on 21 June 1899 in Portsmouth, NH.[1392] He died on 7 Jan. 1910 in Auburn, ME,[1393] and was buried in Oak Hill Cemetery in Auburn, ME. She died on 12 Apr. 1916 in Auburn, ME, aged 73 years, of pneumonia.[1394]

f. (Possibly others)

        2616    x   (Probably) Eleazer5 Snell, born supposedly on 4 Mar. 1790 in Bridgewater,[1395] married Martha “Polly” Drake, daughter of Ebenezer and Martha (Gurney) Drake,[1396] on 13 Apr. 1808 in Hebron, Oxford Co., ME,[1397] and they also lived in Turner, Maine. She was born on 26 July 1788 in Hebron, ME.[1398] He served as a Private in Capt. Seth Staples’ Company from Turner, ME, with his brother Moses Snell Jr. in 1814 during the War of 1812.[1399] They were living in Turner, Cumberland Co., ME, in the 1810 federal census,[1400] and in Turner, Oxford Co., ME, in the 1820,[1401] 1830,[1402] 1840,[1403] and 1850 federal censuses, where he was a farmer, near his brother Caleb Snell,[1404] and they were living next door to their son Caleb Snell “2d” in Turner, Androscoggin Co., ME, in the 1860 federal census, where he was a farmer.[1405] He died testate on 14 Jan. 1867 in Turner, ME,[1406] his will dated 15 Feb. 1864, and probated on 19 Mar. 1867, mentioned his children Mellen Snell, Rhoda N Young, Hannah Faunce, Clarinda Dow, and Martha Dow, his son Eben Snell, daughter Vesta Snell, his wife Martha Snell, his son Caleb Snell, and his granddaughter Cora A. Snell, and he named Rufus Prince of Turner as Executor of his estate.[1407] (See Appendix [U] for a full transcription of his will.) She was living with her son Caleb Snell in Turner, Androscoggin Co., ME, in the 1870 federal census.[1408] She died on 13 Apr. 1877 in Turner or Mechanic Falls, ME,[1409] and they were both buried in Riverhill Cemetery in Turner, ME. Eleazer Snell and Martha Drake supposedly had children:

a. Ebenezer6 Snell, born on 9 Dec. 1809 in Turner, ME,[1410] married Remember Hannah Whitman, daughter of Calvin and Sara H. (Record) Whitman,[1411] in ca. 1838.[1412] She was born on 15 Oct. 1819 in Hebron or Paris, ME.[1413] They were living next door to his parents in Turner, Oxford Co., ME, in the 1840 federal census,[1414] and in Buckfield, Oxford Co., ME, in the 1850,[1415] and 1860 federal censuses,[1416] where he was a farmer. He died on 25 Dec. 1869 in Buckfield, Oxford Co., ME,[1417] and she was living with the family of their son Charles D. Snell in Buckfield, ME, in the 1870 federal census,[1418] and with the family of their son Calvin W. Snell in Paris, ME, in the 1880 federal census. She died on 25 Mar. 1905 in Turner or Paris, ME,[1419] and they were both buried in Riverhill Cemetery in Turner, ME. They had children:

1. Calvin7 Whitman Snell, born on 20 July 1839 in Turner, ME,[1420] married Helen J. Hannaford,[1421] daughter of Ephraim Hannaford. She was born in ca. 1838 in ME,[1422] and they were living in Buckfield, Oxford Co., ME, in the 1870 federal census,[1423] and in Paris, Oxford Co., ME, in the 1880 federal census,[1424] where he was a farmer, and his widowed mother and her widowed father were living with them. She died on 25 July 1896 in Turner, ME,[1425] and he died on 10 June 1901 in Turner, ME,[1426] and they were both buried in Riverhill Cemetery in Turner, ME.

2. Eleazer7 Snell, born on 20 July 1842 in Turner, ME,[1427] married Cyrena (___), who was born ca. 1848 in ME,[1428] and they were living in Hebron, Oxford Co., ME, in the 1870 federal census, where he was a “shoe bottomer,”[1429] and in Buckfield, Oxford Co., ME, with his brother Charles D. Snell in the 1880 federal census, where he was a laborer.[1430] He died on 28 Jan. 1882 in Turner, ME,[1431] and was buried in Riverhill Cemetery in Turner, ME.

3. Charles7 Delancy Snell, born on 12 Nov. 1846 in Turner, ME,[1432] married Eliza Ann Whitman, daughter of Elbridge Davee and Julia Ann (Decoster) Whitman.[1433] She was born on 12 Nov. 1849 in ME,[1434] and they were living in Buckfield, Oxford Co., ME, in the 1870 federal census, where he was a farmer, and his widowed mother was living with them,[1435] and with his brother Eleazer Snell in Buckfield, ME, in the 1880 federal census, where he was a laborer.[1436] She died on 25 Apr. 1907,[1437] and he died on 25 Oct. 1915 in Turner, ME,[1438] and they were both buried in Riverhill Cemetery in Turner, ME.

4. Moses Snell, born in 1850 in Turner, ME,[1439] marriage not found.

5. Georgianna7 or Georgia Anna Snell, born on 31 July 1859 in Buckfield, Oxford Co., ME,[1440] married Samuel Mellen Durgin,