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201 6 Months - Whooping Cough Prescott, Frederick Jr (I55886)
202 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I24457)
203 6th to wear the veil. Kingsbury, Elizabeth Tilden (I48171)
204 7 Mar 1795 is not the correct marriage date, as on Ancestral
File...Correct marriage date from Billerica Marriage Vital Records, page
261, is2 Apr 1795. The record does indicate the the intention to marry
waspublished, and the 7 Mar 1795 date may be the date the intention to
marrywas published. . . SAM2 SOUR S717 
Family (F13623)
205 70 Summer St. Hill, John (I55857)
206 70663010_130687479942

Charles and Julia Anderson 
Gellerson, Julie A. (I55895)
207 75th Justice to be appointed to the Maine Supreme Court, Title: Associate Justice

Maine Archives birth cert notes that Francis is the 10th child of John & Mary

Ptld. Sunday Telegram of his death: Served 7 years as a ME Superior Ct. Judge, appointed to ME Supreme Ct on Oct. 4, 1956 by Gov. Muskie. Retired in July 1965. He wrote the ME Civil Office ( Maine Civil Office, Vol. 1 and Vol. 2, published in 1950 by Boston Law Book Company). Graduated from Ptld. High in 1912. Attended Holy Cross, Georgetown, Univ. of Penn, and Harvard Law School. Practiced law with his brother, Henry Cleaves Sullivan from 1920 - 1949. He was a collector of ancient coins and Chines ivory. Communicant of Holy Cross Church, made a knight commander, Order of St Gregoryin 1954 by Pope Pius XII.

1921-1930 Cape Elizabeth Town Report, Persons who licensed dogs, lists Francis on 1/15/1920.

Calvary Cemetery, Holy Redeemer, lot #283-295 (purchased by Francis W. Sullivan, 17 Stonybrook):
Francis W. Sullivan 1/7/1967 67 yrs
Mary A. Sullivan 5/1/1979 80 yrs
Margaret K Sullivan name engraved on headstone
6 spaces unoccupied

(Current owner of 17 Stonybrook Rd - Terrence O,Brien)

World War I record copied from Ancestry,com database
Name: Francis W. Sullivan
Serial Number: 4194969
Birth Place: Portland, Maine
Birth Date: 15 Jul 1894
Residence: Cape Elizabeth
Comment: Ind: Westbrook, Cumberland Co. No. 2, Sept. 7/18. Org: 36th Co 9th Bn (Kennebec, LB 2) to Dec. 28/18; Cas Det 151 Dep Brig to disch. Overseas service: None. Hon disch on demob: Jan. 16, 1919.

Sullivan, Francis W D1967

Sullivan, Francis

Sullivan, Francis In Modern Maine page two

Sullivan, Francis - in Modern Maine page 1

Sullivan, Francis obit 1967 
Sullivan, Francis William (I54565)
208 7th to wear the veil. Watson, Margaret Tilden (I48225)
209 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I38468)
210 9 yrs younger than Mildred. Born in July. Hill, Thelma Ruby (I55890)
211 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I48205)
212 : Alexander W. Wisniewski
Publication Date: October 26, 1999
Source: Telegram & Gazette Worcester, MA
Page: B5
Region: Massachusetts
Obituary: NORTH BROOKFIELD - Alexander W. Wisniewski, 81, of 12 Cushing St., died Saturday, Oct. 23, at Olympus Health Care, Worcester, after a long illness.
He leaves his wife of 56 years, Caroline (Hiscock) Wisniewski; two sons, Alan Wisniewski of Lowell and Dean Wisniewski of West Brookfield; three daughters, Glory Wedge-Duckworth of Forestdale, Betty Bruley of Spencer and Merry Obrzut of North Brookfield; a brother, George Wisniewski of California; a sister, Wanda Parker of North Brookfield; 13 grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; several nephews and nieces; and grandnephews and grandnieces. He was born in Norwich, Conn., son of Theodore and Sophie (Karnecka) Wisniewski, and lived in the Brookfield most of his life. Mr. Wisniewski served in the Army during World War II.
Mr. Wisniewski was a sheet metal worker at Consolidated Fabricators in Worcester for many years; he retired in 1983. He enjoyed doing masonry work and auto body work, and was an avid woodworker and dancer.
The funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 28, at Pillsbury Funeral Home, 44 Gilbert St. Burial will be in Brookfield Cemetery. There are no calling hours. Donations may be made to the Genesis Fund, 1 Randolph St., Canton, MA 02021, or the Ronald McDonald House, 34 Chapin St., Springfield, MA 01107. 
Wisniewski, Alexander Walter (I36409)
213 : FYI Elizabeth Sargent's father was not married to Sarah Osgood. Elizabeth was born out of wedlock. Her father, William, took Thomas Sargent to court. The court determined that there wasn't enough evidence to prove paternity, but that there was enough evidence to allow Elizabeth to use the last name of Sargent. There are actually court records about this. I found the information in one of the books in the Internet archives.

Marion Abbott
Osgood, Sarah (I27259)

Wyman, Esdras Simon (I20246)
215 Prince Edward Island Baptismal Index. Prince Edward Island, Canada: Public Archives and Records Office. accessed 16 March 2012. Source (S1722)
216 Voter Registration Lists, Public Record Filings, Historical Residential Records, and Other Household Database ListingsSource (S1731)
217  Wyman, John Wood (I12679)
218 A 40-year-old Sonoma County man and his two young children died after being swept off the beach near Goat Rock on Sunday, their deaths among the four in a weekend of tragedy for two families who were celebrating the new year on the North Coast. Wyman, Michael Jonathan (I16901)
219 A 40-year-old Sonoma County man and his two young children died after being swept off the beach near Goat Rock on Sunday, their deaths among the four in a weekend of tragedy for two families who were celebrating the new year on the North Coast. Wyman, Anna Aviva (I66023)
220 A 40-year-old Sonoma County man and his two young children died after being swept off the beach near Goat Rock on Sunday, their deaths among the four in a weekend of tragedy for two families who were celebrating the new year on the North Coast. Wyman, John Kenneth (I66024)
221 A bachelor Brigham, Isaac (I33943)
222 A banker

Rufus Elbridge Graves (2433) was born 8 Aug. 1835 in Keene, N.H. He married Mary Catherine Tilden on 10 Feb. 1859. She was the daughter of George Wheeler and Harriet Wyman. They lived in Tucson, Arizona. (R-200)

Children - Graves

4268. George Henry Graves, b. 24 Nov. 1860, never married.

4269. Mabel Eliza Graves, b. 3 March 1862, m. Mr. Sells. They lived in Chicago, Ill.

4270. Elbridge William Graves, b. 15 April 1869, m. Petra Borquez Etchells (of Tucson, Arizona), 2 June 1893.

4271. Frederick Tilden Graves, b. 27 Sept. 1876.

Julius Kingman Graves (2434) was born 29 Sept. 1837 in Keene, N.H. He first married Lucy C. Robinson on 12 Sept. 1860. She was born 24 Jan. 1842 in Salem, Mass., and died 14 June 1889 in Dubuque, Iowa, the daughter of J. A. Robinson of Jackson, Mich. He was a banker. They lived in Dubuque, Iowa. (R-200)

Children - Graves

4272. Luin Kingman Graves, b. 5 Aug. 1861, m. Ella Peaslee, 31 Jan. 1884. She was b. 6 June 1864, dau. of Amos H. Peaslee of Dubuque, Iowa. They lived in Dubuque.

4273. Julius Kingman Graves, b. 19 Jan. 1867.

4274. Albert Howard Graves, b. 19 Jan. 1867, d. 25 Nov. 1871.

4275. Sybil Wright Graves, b. 5 Dec. 1870.

4276. Sarah Louise Graves, b. 22 Feb. 1873.

4277. Marjorie Graves, b. 27 May 1878.

4278. Marshall Guilbert Graves, b. 25 Oct. 1883, d. 17 Jan. 1888. 
Graves, Rufus Elbridge (I48163)
223 A bit of a Jesus Freak judging by the Jesus letter sent to his brother-in-law Joseph Wyman in 1825 Russell, James (I2495)
224 A Commemorative Address at Royalston, August 23, 1865, The Hundredth Anniversary of its Incorporation. by Hon. a. H. Bullock, of Worcester, with the Poem, other proceedings and AN APPENDIX. Source (S501)
225 a foster son Fry, Stephen (I13148)
226 a grantee in Yarmouth, N.S. Walker, John (I5245)
227 A history of the north society of Middletown, Connecticut, from 1650 to 1800, with genealogical and biographical chapters on early families and a full genealogy of the Ranney family. Source (S1165)
228 a Joseph Wyman age 21 in 1850 was staying with them Wyman, Levi (I37241)
229 A leather draper, of Allumette Island, near Pembroke, Ont. - Allumette:so called because an early voyageur accidently left his supply of matches there Pierce, James Patterson (I33473)
230 A Lieutenant in the Revolutionary War, he served in Capt. Robert Davis's Co., Col. Joseph Vose's Regiment. He and his family moved to Sanford between 1810-1820. Prior to this George and Hephsibath, and his brothers Ebenizer and John, and sister Lois, with her husband, John S. Leighton, settled in Mount Vernon, Me where they signed a deed (YD 154:271) in which they sold off their rights to the property of their father George Jacobs,' late of Wells, deceased.' June 13, 1803. Jacobs, George (I28202)
231 A loyalist from Marblehead. After the war established himself at Granville, Annapolis County, NS. Pritchard, Joseph Thomas (I44450)
232 A Methodist preacher Wright, Samuel (I33124)
233 A methodist preacher. Feb.5, 1866...that the tender of Aaron Wright be accepted for making 12desks, 6 seats with backs and blackboard, and plastering the inside ofthe schoolhouse for the sum of $24.00. 'Richmond Sesquicentennial' Headstone located Richmond Ont. On left side of stone 'Robert T. Wright.Died Jan. 14 1875. Aged 26 years. 'Were Robert T. Wright, teacher and Ellen Jane Wright, also a teacher,additional children of Aaron and Jane?' (musing of Mr. Evans) Wright, Aaron (I33111)
234 a physician Townsend, Clark (I50225)
235 A physician and surgeon, a graduate of the University of Michigan, Detroit College of Medicine, and the University of Berlin,Germany. For some years he was engaged in hospital work in London, England and held a high rank in his profession there, as he did in all other places in which he was engaged in practice. In 1883 he was living with his uncle, Dr. Hal Clement Wyman in Detroit, Michigan while attending school. Wyman, Henry Mullin MD (I38435)
236 a publication of the Varnville Community Council Source (S914)
237 A resident of Annapolis-Royal Bastarache, Jean (I44562)
238 A shoemaker
His death record is listed as: Ellas LARRABEE
See: Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841-1910 at

Larrabee, Elias (I57573)
239 a soldier of Major Appleton's company Killam, Thomas (I19566)
240 A tailor at Boston A hatter - adm church Dec.14, 1740 Estate: taxed 1736, 1737, 1741-1746, abated 1770 - a pauper Deed qt. cl. to James Ball, 1/2 house, 1772. To William Teed Jr. onWapping St. 1772 will - non cupative, 1780 devised all to wife Lydia, hadonly brother Benjamin witness Noah Wright One record indicates Abijah was a tailor another record says a hatter. Possibly he was both? Wright, Abijah (I33333)
241 A tombstone in the cemetery at the rear of the old O'Neil Inn, Chelsea reads: Christopher Wright - died 17 June, 1906, aged 73 years Wright, Christopher Columbus (I34016)
242 A weaver in Watertown, Mass. Jacob Wright, of Woburn, on Aug.12, 1720, was admitted administrator one state of his late brother, Benjamin, deceased, intestate - killed by apiece of ship-lumber Wright, Benjamin (I33066)
243 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family (F9222)
244 A. H. Wyman, JP Family (F6316)
245 abandoned family; owned restaurants in Boston; close friend of Buffalo Bill Cody; died of gunshot wounds in Paris; Wyman, James Herman (I13371)
246 Abbie age 22 in 1870, may be his wife, census shows her as a boarder in the house. Wyman, Roscoe A. (I37055)
247 ABBR The Giles Memorial Genealogical Memoirs Source (S1543)
248 Abigail Snow was the second wife of Hartley Boynton. She had two children, Edward Hartley, my great grandfather,and Peltiah J. Snow, Abigail (I28919)
249 Abigail was the widow of David Cutler Cutler, Abigail (Flagg) (I33074)
250 Abigail Wyman is a direct ancestor to Karen Johnson.

Abigail Wyman was born between 1659-1660 in Woburn, MA. Abigail died at Woburn, MA, on 17 Sep 1720.

Joseph Savage, wrote "Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England," Originally published 1860. He includes information about this family in his book.

"First Burial Ground,", Toni Lasseter, Sep 1999, Source: Transcript of Epitaphs in Woburn First and Second Burial-Grounds, Chronologically arranged, with brief illustrative notes by William R. Cutter and Edward F. Johnson (1890).
"Here lyes ye body of Mrs. Abigail Richardson, wife of Mr. Stephen Richardson, aged 60 years, who died September 17th, 1720."

The Payne Joyce Genealogy has information on this family.

Abigail Wyman married Stephen Richardson on 2 Jan 1675 in Billerica, Middlesex, Massachusetts. He is the son of Samuel Richardson (ca 1604-23 Mar 1658) & Joanna Thake (ca 1606-20 Jun 1666). He was born on 15 Aug 1649 in Woburn, Massachusetts. Stephen died at Woburn, Massachusetts, on 22 Mar 1717/18. He is buried at the First Burial Ground of Woburn. "Here lyes the body of Mr. Stephen Richardson, aged about 67 years, died March ye 20th, 1717-18".

From John Vinton's Richardson Memorial: Stephen was freeman in 1690. His will, dated 15 Aug 1713, proved 22 Apr 1718, mentions wife Abigail; daughters, Abigail Vinton and Prudence Kendall; sons Stephen, William, Francis, Timothy, Seth, Daniel, and Solomon.

i. Stephen (20 Feb 1676-14 Jan 1711/12)
ii. Francis (1st son named Francis died 8 days old. 19 Jan 1678-27 Jan 1678)
iii. William (14 Dec 1678-16 Sep 1749)
iv. Francis (a5 Jan 1681-31 Dec 1755)
v. Timothy (Died as infant. 6 Dec 1682-18 Jan 1683)
vi. Abigail (14 Nov 1683-21 Jun 1720)
vii. Prudence (17 Jan 1686-ca1720)
viii. Timothy (24 Jan 1687-1 Jun 1717)
ix. Seth (16 Jan 1689-1 Sep 1747)
x. Daniel (16 Oct 1691-20 Apr 1749)
xi. Mary (1696-1713)
xii. Rebecca (10 Jun 1698-6 Dec 1711)
xiii. Solomon (27 Mar-1702-)

There is a photo of the gravestone of Abigail Wyman Richardson on the web site for the First Burial Ground of Woburn, MA:
Here lyes ye body of Mrs. Abigail Richardson, wife of Mr. Stephen Richardson, aged 60 years, who died September 17th, 1720.

Abigail Wyman
Ancestral File, AFN: 24TF-H9
Born: 1659 Woburn, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Mar (married) 31 Dec 1674 Billerica, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Died: 17 Sep 1720 Woburn, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Father: Francis Wyman
Mother; Abigail Reed.

Abigail (Wyman) Richardson, wife of Stephen Richardson, married January 2, 1674-75, in Billerica, was daughter of Francis and Abigail (Reed) Wyman.

The book on the Richardson Memorial has information about this family page 240. 
Wyman, Abigail (I50740)
251 Abigail's parents came to New England, probably in the Defence in 1635, aged 48, with his wife Mabel, 30; George, 6; Ralph, 5; and Justus, 18 months. He was was freeman 14 Mar 1639. He resided in Dorchester, removed probably first to Rehoboth, or perhaps lived at Woburn. Abigail could have been born in Woburn, or Charlestown which is Woburn was a part of or Rehoboth or Dorchester.

There is a book called, "History of the Reeds and Winns," by Miss M.W. Carleton, Boubn, MA. (very old book)

Barbara Holden Genealogy has Abigail Reed bpt. 1633... See register vol. 3 1849 page 34. This would not go with the arrival of the family in 1635 with 4 children none of them named Abigail. Abigail being born in 1636 makes more sense.

Abigail Reed direct Acestor Karen Johnson.
D. Pane-Joyce

6072. Abigail Reed. Born ca 1633.

On 2 Oct 1650 Abigail married Francis Wyman (7431) , son of Francis Wyman (ca 1594-19 Apr 1658) & Elizabeth Richardson (2044) (ca 1593-22 Jun 1630), at Woburn, MA.40 Born ca 1619 at Westmill, Hertfordshire. Baptized on 24 Feb 1619/20 at Westmill, Hertfordshire.80 Francis died at Woburn, MA, on 30 Nov 1699.39 Buried in First Burial Ground of Woburn.154 "Here lyes ye body of Francis Wyman, aged about 82 years, died November 28th, 1699". Occupation: tanner, farmer.

Francis built his house about 1666 on the outskirts of Woburn, now part of Burlington, still standing in the 20th century.80

Epitaph: "Memento Mori-Fugit Hora."154

16304 i. Judith (Died soon) (1652-1652)
16305 ii. Francis (ca1654-1676)
16306 iii. William (1656-1705)
16307 iv. Abigail (ca1660-1720)
16308 v. Timothy (1661-1709)
16309 vi. Joseph (1663-1714)
16310 vii. Nathaniel (1665-1717)
16311 viii. Samuel (1667-1725)
16312 ix. Thomas (1671-1731)
16313 x. Benjamin (1674-1735)
16314 xi. Stephen (Died soon) (1676-1676)
16315 xii. Judith (1679-1744)

40. Woburn Vital Records.
80. John Brooks Threlfall, Fifty Great Migration Colonists to New England, Madison, Wisconsin, 1990.
154. "First Burial Ground,", Toni Lasseter, Sep 1999, Source: Transcript of Epitaphs in Woburn First and Second Burial-Grounds, Chronologically arranged, with brief illustrative notes by William R. Cutter and Edward F. Johnson (1890).

Need to figure out where Abigail is buried. Check First Burial Ground of Woburn. 
Reed, Abigail Justus (I50726)
252 about 1812 Joseph headed to Bath, Maine to enlist in the War and was never heard from again Greeley, Joseph (I11512)
253 About the year 1714 Jacques established himself at l'Ile St. Jean (Prince Edward Island). He left there on account of the war between the English and French. During that time he hid in the woods. He later settled at Cap Rouge (Rossway). In May 1786 he settled on the south side of what is now the Salmon River together with his wife and three sons, among them Joseph. He is buried either at Ste. Marie Cemetery, Church Point or at Major's Point.

Settled at Saint-Pierre du Nord and at Ile Saint-Jean is 1723 
Deveau, Jacques (I44452)
254 About Town pg. 64 Sec. 2001 Family (F18094)
255 About Towne Dec. 2001 pg. 64 Family (F18093)
256 About Towne pg. 66 Dec. 2001

About Towne Vol XXV No. 1 March 2005 Page 4 reads, "Around 1655 in Topsfield, Isaac married Mary Towne, daughter of William and Joanna (Blessing) Towne, who had moved to Topsfield in 1651 from Salem. When the terrible witchcraft delusion spread over Salem, Mary became one of its victims. This brave soul was hanged on 22 Sep. 1692 still proclaiming her innocence. Previously in a petition to Governor Phipps and the judge, she asked not for her own life; only that other innocent blood might not be shed, and for this unconsciousness of self has been called 'the self-forgetful"

"Issac Esty, with a keen sense of justice and a recognition of his duties to his martyred wife, petitioned the court for almost twenty years to get recognition of her innocence. Finally the verdict was annulled and twenty pounds granted him, in acknowledgement of the injustice of the previous decision. He died at Topsfield in the year 1712, leaving a will dated 26 Mar 1709 and probated 11 June 1712."

The Samuel Towne web site has a lot of information on all of Mary Towne's children.

Mary Towne died 22 Sep 1692 in Gallows, Salem, Essex, MA. She was accused of being a witch in the witch hysteria of Salem. She was later exonerated. She wrote a beautiful plea to the court to spare all of the other people being held as witches stating that although she knew she would be hung, she knew that she and the others were not witches.

Mary Towne from web site:

She was hanged a witch in Salem MA in 1692 as was her sister Rebecca Nurse

Mary Towne was 58 years old when she was accused of witchcraft in Salem in 1692. Her older sister Rebecca Towne Nurse was accused and hanged. Her sister Sarah was imprisoned accused of witchcraft and subsequently escaped with the help of friends and relatives. Mary's impassioned plea to the general court shows her enormous courage and intelligence in the face of certain death.
It is unknown if this petition was written in her own hand or was written for her and if so by who.
"Your poor and humble petitioner, being condemned to die, do humbly beg of you to take it into your judicious and pious considerations that your poor and humble petitioner, knowing my own innocency, blessed be the Lord for it, and seeing plainly the wiles and subtleties of my accusers...cannot but judge charitably of others that are going the same way [as] myself...I petition to your honours not for my own life for I know I must die and my appointe time is set.
...I question not but your honours would not be guilty of innocent blood for the world but by my own innocency I know that you are in the wrong way. The Lord in his infinite mercy direct you in this great work if it be his blessed will that no more innocent blood be shed. I would humbly beg of you that your honours would be pleased to examine these afflicted persons strictly and keep them apart some time and likewise to try some of these confessing witches, I being confident there is several of them that has belied themselves and others as will appear if not in this world I am sure in the world to come whither I am going... The ord above who is the searcher of all hearts knows that as I shall answer it at the tribunal seat that I know not the least thing of witchcraft, therefore I cannot, I dare not, bely my own soul. I beg your honours not to deny this my humble petition from a poor dying innocent person and I question not but The Lord will give a blessing to your endeavors"

Mary was accused by children and servants of Ann Carr Putnam and Reverend Samuel Parris who were involved in a convoluted land disagreement with the Nurse family and were on opposite political sides in a controversy over the tenure of Reverend Parris in the Salem Church. There is some controversy over reasons for the Children's "affliction" from behavioral problems to moldy wheat. In reading the various sources this writer believes that the children exhibited behavoral disturbances associated today with abuse. The life style of the Puritan family in that time period seems to support this. There are many books written on this subject and the history of it is too lengthy to be adequately handled here.

This web site has more children for the family:
Mary Towne (William ) was born on 24 Aug 1634 in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England. She died on 22 Sep 1692 in Salem, MA.

Mary married Isaac Esty about 1655. Isaac was born on 17 Nov 1628 in Freston, Suffolk, England. He died 1 on 11 Jun 1712 in Topsfield, Ma.

They had the following children:

+ 31 M i Isaac Esty was born in 1656 and died in 1714.
+ 32 M ii Joseph Estey was born on 2 May 1657 and died on 25 Oct 1738.
+ 33 F iii Sarah Esty was born on 30 Jun 1660 and died on 29 Jun 1749.
+ 34 M iv John Esty was born on 2 Jan 1661/1662.
35 F v Hannah Esty was born in 1667. She died on 5 Nov 1741.
Hannah married George Abbot on 21 Jul 1707 in Topsfield, MA.
+ 36 M vi Benjamin Esty was born on 29 Apr 1669 and died on 28 Mar 1750.
37 M vii Samuel Esty was born on 25 Mar 1672 in Topsfield, MA. He died in 1708.
+ 38 M viii Jacob Esty was born on 4 Jan 1673/1674 and died on 3 Oct 1732.
+ 39 M ix Joshua Esty was born on 2 Jul 1678 and died on 25 Apr 1718.
40 F x Mary Esty.
41 F xi Abigail Esty. 
Towne, Mary (I50654)
257 About Towne Vol. XXV No. 1 March 2005 Most of Isaac Esty's children left Topsfield for new areas. "On 2 June 1682, his son, Joseph Esty had married Jane Steward at Topsfield (Topsfield VRs pg. 140); and in 1705 Joseph removed with his family to a new setlement in Dorchester, that part now known as Stoughton. He, along with his brother, Benjamin, were signers of the original covenant of the church there of which Rev. John Davenport was minister. In 1706 he obtained land of the Indians, some of which is now located in the town of Canton. He died at Stoughton, Norfolk Co., on 25 Oct. 1739. (Gay Esty Bangs, Isaac Esty and Some of Descendants, Essex Institute, pg. 7).

32. Joseph Estey (Mary Towne , William ) was born on 2 May 1657 in Topsfield, Ma. He died on 25 Oct 1738 in Canton, MA.

NOTE: ABOVE has died Stoughton, Norolk Co. on 25 Oct. 1739 and then after 32 has died 25 Oct 1738 in Canton, MA. One of these is wrong.

Joseph married 1 Jane Steward on 2 Jun 1682 in Topsfield, Ma. Jane was born in Nov 1654 in Ipswich Ma. She died about 1702 in Stoughton, MA.

They had the following children:

128 M i Isaac Estey was born on 12 Mar 1681/1682. He died on 30 Apr 1683.
129 F ii Mary Estey was born on 22 Feb 1683/1684.
+ 130 M iii Joseph Estey was born in 1688 and died on 6 Feb 1765.
+ 131 M iv Jacob Estey was born on 15 Oct 1690 and died in Apr 1777.
+ 132 M v Samuel Estey was born about 1691 and died on 25 Dec 1779.
133 F vi Elizabeth Estey was born before 13 Mar 1691/1692.
Elizabeth married Samuel Jackson on 12 Jun 1712 in Dorchester, MA.
+ 134 M vii Edward Estey was born on 16 Jul 1693 and died on 11 Mar 1789.
135 F viii Lydia Estey was born on 21 Mar 1695/1696.
136 M ix John Estey was born on 26 Aug 1697.
John married Katherine Ayers in 1719.
+ 137 M x Benjamin Estey was born on 9 Oct 1701 and died on 23 Oct 1756.

The death of Isaac Estey above on April 30, 1683 is listed under Topsfield Vital Records pg. 219.
Deaths "Easty, Isaak, s. Joseph & Jane, Apr. 30, 1683. C.T.R.

James Roome Genealogy lists Joseph ESTEY was born on 5 Feb 1657/58 in Topsfield, Essex, MA. Source Topsfield vital records Vol 1. page 41. He died on 13 Oct 1739 in Stoughton, Norfolk, MA. Two sources: Gay Esty Bangs, Isaac Esty of of Topsfield Vol. 36 page 135. And the second source is Canton, Norfolk Co., MA, History of , Daniel T. V. Huntoon, 1893, page 81. A second genealogy by James Roome has Joseph died on 25 Oct 1739 in Stoughton, Norfolk, MA reference number DWeidemey. 
Estey, Joseph (I50470)
258 About Towne Vol. XXV No. 1 March 2005 Page 4 reads, "The Esty family ranks among the first families of New England. Jeffrey Esty was granted twenty acres of land in Salem, Essex Co., Massachusetts, in 1636. His son, Isaac, baptized on 17 Nov. 1627 at St. Peter's Church at Freston, England, was only a young boy when his family arrived in New England. The baptism record reads: 1627 Nov. 17, Isaac, son of Jeffery Eastie baptized."

From "Isaac Esty of Topsfield and some of his Descendants" by Gay Esty Bangs. Historical Collection of the Essex Institute, Vol 36 page 1:

Isaac Esty, the son of Jeffrey, was born probably, in England, previous to the year 1630, and was quite young at the time of his father's settlement in Salem. He was a cooper by trade, and the following is the first reference to him that we have: "2-5-1653, Job Hilliard of Salem, fisherman, hath sold to Isake Esty of Salem, cooper, one house and land adjoining, being nearly half an acre for 20 li. to be paid as follows..."

I did not find death under Vital Records for Topsfield.

From James Roome Genealogy: "The correct date is that Isaac Estey was baptized on 17 Nov 1627 in Freston. This information came from the Freston parish records, a primary source. The NYGBS, (1918), vol 49 p 90, stated baptism as 1627. and Karl A. Gelpke, in his Estey's of England and America, had 1627 on page 10 and 1628 in his Appendix 2.

Go to and see if they have copied the
Freston St. Peter's parish record. Freston is in Suffolk, England.

History of Salem by Sidney Perley, vol 13 p 291. According to The Ancestry of Lieut. Amos Towne, 1737-1733 of Arundel (Kennebunkport), Maine, Isaac's will was made out 26 March 1709. And according to NYGBS vol 49 p 90, it was proved on 11 Jun 1712. There is a way to reed the Essex Probates on the Internet but I have not learned how to do it. Isaac Estey came over to this country with his father and settle in Salem, moved to Topsfield, MA, previous to 1660, he was a cooper by trade and was a selectman, tything man, surveyor of highways and fences, and served on the jury in Ipswich and on the Grand Jury. His wife, a most worthy woman, was a victim of the Salem delusion and was executed as a witch on Sep 22 1692.], he took the oath of allegiance in 1677. (NYGBS Record, Vol 49, p90) In his will, made March 26, 1709, mentions his sons Isaac, Joseph, John, Benjamin, Jacob and Joshua, and his daughters, Sarah Ireland, and Hannah Abbot. (Davis, WG, Ancestry of Lt. Amos Towne) Isaac EASTIE and Mary TOWNE were married about 1655."

Also, from James Roome: "History of Salem by Sidney Perley, vol 13 p 291. According to The Ancestry of Lieut. Amos Towne, 1737-1733 of Arundel (Kennebunkport), Maine, Isaac's will was made out 26 March 1709. And according to NYGBS vol 49 p 90, it was proved on 11 Jun 1712. There is a way to reed the Essex Probates on the Internet but I have not learned how to do it."

James Roome Genealogy lists a child named Abigail Estey reference number KAGelpke. I am thinking that since this daughter is not on other records, perhaps she is Abigail Estey wife of their son Isaac Estie. Isaac married Abigail Kimball. It may be a daughter-in-law rather than a daughter. James Roome lists Abigail in his "Ancestors of SARAH ESTEY," but he does not list her in his "Ancestors of Timothy RICHARDSON III." In one genealogy report Jim has 9 children listed for Isaac EASTIE and Mary TOWNE and in the other he has 10. In the report with 10 children, Abigail is included and in the other report she is left out. Since there does not seem to be in vital records related to her, I will leave her out.

The following comes from a booklet by Gay Esty Bangs called, "Isaac Esty of Topsfield and some of his Descendants" from the Historical Collection of the Essex Institute Vol. 36 pg 1:He (father Jeffrey Estey) made a will, without date, which was probated Jan. 23, following, and was written by Henry Scudder, his son-in-law. This will mentions a daughter Catherine and a son Isaac. Catherine married, first, Henry, son of Thomas and Elizabeth Scudder, of Salem, who made his will Jan. 25, 1661; second, Tho. Jones who settled at Huntington, making his will Feb. 16, 1669.

From web site: from Mark Towne.

Isaac Esty

Isaac was a cooper by trade. He owned land in Topsfield home was located on Main street.
Isaac's reaction to the arrest, trial and Conviction of his wife Mary is not recorded save for his life long crusade to have her conviction reversed and won renumeration on behalf of his family for their loss.

Ancestral File, LDS Family History Library, Isaac Estey
Born: 27 Nov. 1627 Freston Par.S, England
Mar.: 1655/1666 Of, G, England
Died: 11 Jun 1712 T, Massachusetts. 
Eastie, Isaac (I50653)
259 Acc. to Goodwin-Perkins, she was 'the dau. of John and Mary(Parker)Pierce, and granddaughter of John Pierce, Sr. and his wife
Deborah (Converse) Pierce, a member of that prominent Colonial and early English family of the name 
Pierce, Mary (I2302)
260 Acccording to the Supplement "Dollie (Gilman), b. 1861; m.___Byers, Boise City, Idaho." Gilman, Dollie (I50297)
261 accidental death
Sullivan, Mary Jane death 29 Nov 1879 
Sullivan, Mary Jane (I54900)
262 accidental death Kilday, William (I54588)
263 Accidental Drowning Wyman, Otis Eugene (I30624)
264 Accompanied her sisters Abigail & Lavinia to Canada, but did not stay. Wyman, Margaret (I3442)
265 Accomplished pianist and music teacher broad education in French and German Blandy, Amy Louise (I47710)
266 According to (Osborne) family tradition, William was killed when felling a tree. Love administered his estate 10 March 1783. He was buried on lot 36 near the 'Pond Hole', his grave suitably marked and faithfully tended. On April 7 1806 his son Moses sold James Wall avout 12 acres of the northwest corner of lot 36, reserving 1/4 acre 'near the Pond Hole where my father and others lie buried'.

A reservation ignored in later deeds. In 1891-3 Hollingsworth and Whitney Co. (now Scott Paper Co,) built a pulp mill on the land. The 'Pond Hole' was filled in and the grave sites obliterated. The human bones unearthed were declared to be those of an ancient Indian burial ground. Without further research, they were reinterred in a park near the town hall and marked with a commerorative stone. Supposedly, Love's father (Moses Chick?) and a son were buried with William. Love may have been buried there, too.

Named administrator of his father's will; his and Bethia's families enumerated in the 1766 census of West Pownalborough (Dresden), inherited the Swan Island farm (except 20 acres), sold to Ralph Chapman on 12 Apr 1768 and moved to a lot adjoining his brother Daniel at Bowdoinham, Maine, sold it to Daniel on 29 June 1773 and moved to Winslow,Maine where he bought from Timothy Hudson lot 36 on the east side of the Kennebec, south of Taconic Falls and north of Fort Halifax at the confluence of Kennebec and Sebasticook Rivers. The deed is dated 13 June 1781 but he probably took possesion about 1772.

At that time, deeds were being registered as much as 15 years after the transfer of the property. William and Daniel bought their lot on Abagadasset from Agreen Crabtree who acquired his title from the Pejepscot Proprietors. The Kennebec Proprietors later claimed the same land and deeded it to Samuel Goodwin who sued William for it in the Lincoln County Court which was controlled by the Kennebec Proprietors. Naturally William lost and had to rebuy his land (Lincoln County Deeds, vols 6-9) 
Wyman, William (I10199)
267 According to 1932 Electoral Roll Poppy lived at Spencer's lane, Narrabri.
Poppy lived with husband George Albert HILL since 1922 & had 4 children to him and had lived in Narrabri since 1926. Early in August 1932 she and three children left Hill and moved in with Lyle Samuel WITHERS, a bootmaker,as his housekeeper in Maitland Street, Narrabri. WITHERS (b.c1893) had 3 children, Aileen J b Uralla 1914, Lyle S b Uralla 1916, Dulcie B Bingara 1918, aged between 9 and 14. In September Albert returned to Narrabri from Queensland & made contact with Poppy. In the early hours of Sunday 13 November 1932, after an argument when she said she and her children (aged between 4 and 8yrs) were leaving, Poppy was murdered by WITHERS. He then took his own life.The murder was witnessed by two of Poppy's children, a boy aged 4 (most likely Noel) later John COSTELLO and a girl aged 5 most likely Mary who was adopted by her Aunt Amy GOLDEN - Mrs HODGEN. The children and WITHERS daughter Dulcie,age 14 were in the same bed as Poppy when the attack occurred. Poppy's 3rd child most likely Thomas who was adopted by Aunt Kit GOLDEN - Mrs SMART, was in the house at the time of the murder and was reported to have been in the back yard with the other children. A newspaper report indicated that in 1925 WITHERS had been found guilty of killing his wife by firing a shot at her. He was sentenced to a term of imprisonment and was released and lead a secluded life on the outskirts of Narrabri and after a few months moved into town & opened a bootmaker business. The coroner found Polly died from the effects of wounds in her throat inflicted by WITHERS and that WITHERS died from self-inflicted wounds of the throat following the murder. 
Golden, Isabella Alice (I447)
268 according to Bodge, Soldiers in King Philip's War, Chapter 21. There was a Joseph Richardson in Lt William Hasey's Three County Troop, a cavalry unit. A number of other Woburn Richardsons are also listed in that unit. It is more likely that Joseph I7350 served in the more prestigious cavalry unit because he was a freeman, whereas Joseph I16114, a 21 year old shoemaker, was not. Joseph I7350 could not have served in Appleton's infantry at the same time, as this would have been contrary to Mass Bay Colony militia regulations. Richardson, Joseph (I7350)
269 According to Harriet Adelia Hetzler's autobiography, "My mother's parents were from New England and descendants of the Mayflower Party." Her parents were Luther Richardson and Sally Mowe. As yet, I have not found the link to the Mayflower Party. I have a lot of information related to Luther Richardson's ancestry. I know nothing about Sally Mowe's ancestry.

Harriet's mother Adelia was the "next to the youngest of thirteen children-ten boys and three girls...several of the boys died in infancy. The 4 boys who grew to maturity were named Robert, John, Harvey and Luther. Luther volunteered at the age of seventeen and served three years in the Civil War, but was killed in the battle of Chattanooga during Sherman's march from Atlanta to the Sea. Mother's second sister was called Mary. Besides Luther and Sarah there were four brothers and sisters of us in our family." (Harriet Adelia Hetzler Johns Autobiography)

Note, there was a Timothy Richardson, brother of Adelia, who was listed as 19 in the 1850 census. He is also listed in land dispute in 1849. I have no record of him after that. Army records have Luther enlisting at age 17 and have the battle where Luther was killed as "Battle of Pickett's Mills," in Georgia. This was a battle before "Sherman's march from Atlanta to the Sea."

Ancestral File, AFN: 191P-8RR has Adelia born in Browns Run in Montgomery Co., Ohio in 1837. The date is incorrect as the correct date is indicated on her gravestone and elsewhere as Sept. 9, 1840. Luther Richardson was born in 1843 in Huron County. Her sister Sarah Ann Richardson was born in Lake County, Ohio in 1836. Harriet Hetzler writes "My mother whose maiden name was Adelia Richardson was born in Huron County, Ohio."

Further in Harriet's autobiographical sketch she writes: "I had experienced religion before that and out of my religious experience grew a desire to be a missionary but mother's death and the fact that she left a baby boy only eleven days old, my plans were all changed and I stayed home and I kept house for father and my brothers and sister younger than myself till the baby was nearly five years old when I was married, father having been married again some months prior to this."

The Huron County Probate Court does not have a birth record for Adelia Richardson. Huron County did not require birth records and did not record births prior to 1860.

The 1850 Census has Adelia Richardson age 9 listed as born in Ohio and presently living with her father Luther Richardson and her step-mother Olive (Stevens) Richardson. Her mother Sally Richardson had died in 1847. In 1850 the family is living in Fitchville, Huron, Ohio.

In 1855, prior to Adelia's marriage to Adam Hetzler, Adam is listed in the 1855 Census in Hanno Twp., Lee County, Illinois. His name appears as Adam Betzer in the Nebraska State census index.

In the 1860 census Adelia is listed as Delia Hetzler. This may have been in Brooklyn, Lee County, Illinois as this is where they lived on 9 July. Three of his children were still living with him. Luther Richardson was living with Adelia and Adam Hetzler during this census.

1 June 1870 the familly is living in Everett Twp., Burt County, Nebraska at the time of the census.
In 1870 Census, Adelia is spelled, Aeelie Hetzler.
1 Jun 1880 Census family is in Everett Pct., Burt County, Nebraska with 3 children.
Adelia died in 1881 prior to next the census.

Adelia is listed in the suit between Luther Richardson and Robert Richardson et all June 4, 1849. She is listed as a daughter of Luther and Sally Richardson. This was in Fitchville, Huron County, Ohio. The end result of the suit was that Luther had the title of the land in question changed from his wife Sally's name to his name. She had died 2 years earlier in 1847. If he had lost, the land would have been sold and the money split between the children. Most of the children were still minors and in his care at the time.

Adelia Richardson and Adam Hetzler Marriage

Marriage Certificate No. 1063 issued on November 26th 1858 and ceremony performed on November 27, 1858. Registered in the Huron County Ohio Probate Court. Marriage Record Vol. 1, pg. 178.  
Richardson, Adelia (I49892)
270 According to husbands obituary she was 74 when he died in 1897. Shattuck, Olive H. (I13867)
271 According to Marge Setter Emily was a very good scholar and a fine cricketer. Bridesmaid at brother Frederick's wedding Mar 1906. Merrell, Emily Morris (I91)
272 According to Mom's letter to me (See Susan Hall), Isadora was the youngest child. However, according to Brown, she had a brother, Nathaniel, who was born 5 years later & died when he was 30. Patty, I do not have a place of burial for Charles Henry. I have Idadora buried at the Cedar Grove Cemetery in Dorchester, MA. Her obituary is in the Boston
Herald for January 8, 1946. This is from the Florence M. Brockway manuscript. [Email from Walt Brockway, 3/03/2000 
Page, Isadora (I22240)
273 According to the "Supplement of the Richardson Memorial" Hannah was born Aug. 6, 1775 and died Aug. 28, 1777. The Book on Vital Records in Royalston to the Year 1849 has Hannah's baptism on page 63: Hannah, d. Timothy Jr. and Sarah, bap. Oct. 15, 1775. C.R. Richardson, Hannah (I49937)
274 According to the "Supplement to the Richardson Memorial" Sophronia and George Miner had a son who graduated from Harvard and became a lawyer. Richardson, Sophronia (I50259)
275 According to the "Supplement to the Richardson Memorial" by Isaac and Franklin Richardson page 24: "Franklin Richardson... married January 1836, Mary Carr, who was born March 6, 1814, died Oct. 17, 1870. She was possessed of a remarkable kind, loving disposition, and a patient, faithful Christian chararcter..." Carr, Mary (I50137)
276 According to the "Supplement to the Richardson Memorial" on page 23: "Frederick Richardson, eldest son of Isaac and Thankful (Towne) Richardson, was born in Waterford, Vt., May 23, 1803, died in Colorado, Feb. 11, 1876; married Sophia Brown. Emigrated West in 1836 first to Ohio, then to Iowa, later to Colorado. He was a consistent Christian. Children born in Charlestown, Vt." The children are listed on page 23 with additional information.

Note: the wife's name according to the marriage certificate is Laura Campbell Brown. So the author of the Supplement has the wrong "given" name for his wife or "Sophia" might be nickname for her. Or Laura Campbell died and he married Sohia who may be a sister. For this record I am going with Laura as his wife's name as I have scanned the primary source from the town clerk's office.

1. From "Births, Deaths, Marriages Vol. 2 1724-1860" Page 76 Town Clerk's Office Waterford, Caledonia County, Vermont.

"Frederick Richardson Son to Isaac Richardson and Thankful his wife born May yr 23d AD 1803
the foregoing is a true record attest Samuel Goskill Town Clerk
Waterford May 19th 1809 the above is a true copy from the first book page 212
attest Sylvanus Hemingway Town Clerk.

2. From "Births, Deaths, Marriages Vol. 2 1724-1860" Page 260 Town Clerk's Office Waterford, Caledonia County, Vermont. This is the third record listed on the page.

"Be it remembered that at Waterford in the county of Caledonia and State of Vermont on this 5th day of February 1827 Frederick Richardson and Laura Campbell Brown both of Waterford were duly joined in marriage By me Silas Davison Min(ister) of the Gospel Waterford March 5th 1827 a true word attest Sylvanus Hemingway Town Clerk Waterford. 
Richardson, Frederick (I50122)
277 According to the "Supplement to the Richardson Memorial" page 22 Emery E. was "a soldier in Rebellion; a good farmer and thoroughly substantial citizen; resides on the old homestead in Waterford, Vt." Note: I believe the war of Rebellion refers to the Civil War. Hovey, Emory Elmore (I50276)
278 According to the "Supplement to the Richardson Memorial," Lois was a school teacher. Richardson, Lois (I50262)
279 According to the book, "English Origin of Six Early Colonists by the Name of Perkins" by Paula Perkens Mortensen" published in 1998 by Gateway Press, Inc. Baltimore, MD on page 24: "Phebe Perkins was born about 1644 in Topsfield, MA, and died there, after 1680. She married Joseph Towne, son of William and Joanna (Blessing) Towne about 1665. He was baptized 3 September 1648 in Salem, MA, and died about 1713 in Topsfield." Their children were born in Topsfield.

Paula is a member of the Towne Association. Karen Towne of the Towne Association also has Joseph Towne and Phebe Perkins in her line.

Phebe Perkins (Deacon Thomas 12, John 11, Henry 10, Thomas 9, Henry 8, Thomas 7, William 6, Thomas 5, William 4, John, Henry, Peter alias Perkins 1.) So in this book by Paula Perkins Mortensen, the number of generations between Phebe and the original Perkins in her book is 13 generations. And that is in just the first 24 pages of the book. My line runs out at this point as the book follows the name of Perkins. My descendency is from Phebe Perkins and husband Joseph Townes, 7th son John Towne. He was born 10 Feb. 1677/78. He married first Elizabeth Rea, and second, Abigail Stanley.

Note that this line of Perkins leads to a person that descends from my grandmother Ruth as well. This is Clifford's line, but back a few generation in England, it connects with Ruth's line.

Isaac Perkins I in the Perkins book on pg. 7 and 4 goes in a direct line through the Weeks family to the Randall family through Ruth to Karen Johnsen. Isaac Perkins parent's are Thomas Perkins and Alice Kebble.

They have another child named Henry Perkins. Henry leads through the Towne family down through Harriet Hetzler to Clifford Johns to Harriet Adelia Johns to Karen Adelia Johnson. These two lines merge with Clifford and Ruth's daughter Harriet Adelia Johns. Very interesting that they both go back to Thomas Perkins and Alice Kebble. The line from Ruth Johns to Isaac Perkins I to Thomas Perkins, Sr. goes through the Randall and Weeks family lines.

The common ancestors of both of my grandparents Ruth Taylor and Clifford Johns is Thomas Perkins, Sr. born about 1525 in Hillmorton Parish, in England.

LDS Pedigree Chart 4.19 12/29/03 
Perkins, Phebe (I50445)
280 According to the Supplement on page 31: "Leonard...was educated at a common school; studied bookkeeping and shorthand at Cleveland, Ohio. He is a thorough, practical, successful farmer. Resides at North Scriba, New York." Richardson, Leonard Franklin (I50355)
281 According to the Supplement page 23: "Sohia J. b. in Orleans Co., Vt., 1828; ma. 1st, J. A. Gilman, b. in Vermont 1818;2d, Charles Foster; lives in Boise City, Idaho. Cildren: 9 children listed. Richardson, Sophia J. (I50289)
282 According to the Supplement page 23: "Laura...m. R. Brown, a M. E. minister, d. 1879." M. E. would refer to the Methodist Episcopal church. I believe the d. 1879 refers to R. Brown. Brown, Robert (I50310)
283 According to the Supplement page 30: "Alice... was educated at common school and Mexico Academy. She displays quite a degree of artistic talent, teaches painting to some extent." Richardson, Alice E. (I50354)
284 According to the Supplement Stephen studied at Dartmouth College. Hastings, Stephen Josiah (I50315)
285 According to the Supplement to the Richardson Memorial on page 22 and 23: "Ira Richardson was a school teacher and farmer; remarkable tall, six feet, six inches, when nineteen yars of age. Children: Ira Mortimer, Martha, Clarence and others." The others are not named.

Isaac & Franklin Richardson, Supplement to the Richardson Memorial, The Thurston Print 1898 Portland Maine, Page 16, Children of Abiel and Rebecca Richardson: "Ira." 
Richardson, Ira (I50135)
286 According to WWI Draft card he was living in Leominster, Mass.

Ryan M. Amidon 
Couillard, Horace Eldage (I43436)
287 According to WWI Draft Card he was self-employed as a chauffeur in Troy, NH, single living in Troy.

Ryan M. Amidon 
Haskell, Ralph Platts (I43431)
288 According to WWI Draft Card, he was a woodworker in Winchendon, Mass, and lived at 64 Front St. in Winchendon.

Ryan M. Amidon 
Bump, John Silas (I43388)
289 Achsa Wyman b. ca 1824---others report her death as 16 July 1851 in Madison, ME but that is her grandmother Achsa Gilmore Reed Wyman Bixby's death date. I found her in the 1850 c. in Canton, MA, living with the Ellis Ames Family age 26 and b. in ME. In 1855 she is still in this Ellis Ames Family, Achsa A Wyman age 30. In 1860 c. she is in the William Ames Family in Easton, MA, Achsa Wyman b. ME age 36(This is her mother's family). I find no more---perhaps she dies or gets married.

Wyman, Achsa Ann (I2522)
290 acquiring farm south of and adjoining that of her brother Ralph. Wyman, Abigail (I4940)
291 Action Overseas Parker, Clifford (I44961)
292 Acton by James Fletcher

A. A. Wyman, Esq.-Mr. Wyman's full name is Alphonso Adelbert Wyman; he was born in West Acton January 29, 1862. He was educated in the common schools of Acton and Lawrence Academy, Groton; he entered Phillips Exeter Acaflemy, 1875 ; graduated at the head of his class of thirty in 1879. He was president of the Golden Brand, a literary society founded in 1817. He was managing editor of the Exonian, a school paper, and he was clans historian by unanimous choice of his class. In 1879 he entered Harvard College, from which he graduated with honors in 1883. He was one of twenty-five in a class of 200 elected to the Phi Beta Kappa, holding the highest rank in scholarship. In December, 1883, he began the study of law in the office of Henry W. Paine and William Varen Vaughan, 20 Washington Street, Boston, and was admitted to the Suffolk bar in June, 1885, since which time he has been engaged in the practice of his profession in Boston and West Acton. On July 28,1886, he was married to Laura Aldrich, and his residence has been in West Acton. 
Wyman, Alphonso Adelbert (I9729)
293 acute myocardial infarction Sullivan, Henry Cleaves (I55359)
294 Adam Roy was a blacksmith by trade and lived in Escalon, California. He had a wife and one child. Charles Mercer lists Roy as a blacksmith in 1920. He was in Orange County California in 1920-30. He was in Inglewood in 1920 as a farm laborer.
In Harriet Adelia Hetzler Johns Autobiographical Sketch written in December 1920, she writes: "Adam Roy (Hetzler) was born in Burt County, Nebraska March 1, 1881. He is a blacksmith by trade and is at this time living in Escalon, California; has a wife and one child."

The Marriage Certificate for Roy Adam Hetzler and Harriet Mahon was performed in Farmington, California Nov. 22, 1913. Harriet A. Johns was a witness and her husband William Arthur Johns Clergyman. Roy is listed as a blacksmith in Escalon when he was married and Harriet Mahon is listed as housework for occupation. The marriage license lists her parents as John Mahon born in New Jersey and Elizabeth Mead born in New Jersey and herself born in New Jersey.

From Page 5 of the Autobiographical Sketch of Harriet Adelia Hetzler Johns, Roy's sister: "As time went on we had better schools and church privileges, but when I was seventeen years, I went away to school some and finally taught one year and hoped to go to school and fit myself for a teacher. But my hopes were blighted and my life saddened by the sudden death of my dear mother. I had experienced religion before that and out of my religious experience grew a desire to be a missionary, but mother?s death and the fact that she left a baby boy only eleven days old, my plans were all changed. And I stayed home and kept house for father and my brothers and sister younger than myself till the baby was nearly five years old, when I was married, father having been married again some months prior to this." Roy was the child that was born 11 days before his mother died.

From Charles Mercer:

M Roy Adam Hetzler (2196)65,37,66
Name-Var: __ ___ ____ Adam Roy Hetzler4
Name-Var: __ ___ ____ Lervy Betzer; This is the way that his name appeared in the 1885 Nebraska State census index22,3
Birth* 1 Mar 1881 Burt County, Nebraska; His birth date taken from the gravestone inscription and the manuscript of his sister, Harriet A. Johns. This was also the date on his WW I draft registration card.67,5,4
Witness: 31 Aug 1881 Probate; Adelia Richardson (997); Burt County, Nebraska.21
Witness: 14 Aug 1904 Death; Adam Hetzler (996); Los Alimitos, Los Angeles County, California; There is a difference in the death certificate birth date based on age at death of 81 y, 8 mo, 28 d and the gravestone date of 26 Nov 1822. Gravestone picture taken in 1987.39
Marriage* 22 Nov 1913 Harriet Mahon (3540) (b. 28 Jan 1884, d. 2 Feb 1954), daughter of John Mahon (3627) and Mary Elizabeth Mead (3628); Farmington, San Joaquin County, California; The service was performed by his sister, Harriet's, husband, William A. Johns. Two children, Irma Irene and Elmer Luther Hetzler were born to this union.43
Daughter: 27 Mar 1915 Irma Irene Hetzler (3629); Escalon, San Joaquin County, California.67,66,68
Son: 28 Feb 1921 Elmer Luther Hetzler (3542); San Luis Obispo County, California; His birth date and place was taken from the California State Birth Register index.68
Death* 9 Sep 1943 Stockton, San Joaquin County, California; The death certificate indicates that his name was Roy.69,70,41 
Hetzler, Roy Adam (I49901)
295 Addie Falis Richarson was adopted. She married Henry R. Newton, in 1880 and they resided at St. Johnsbury, Vt. and had 2 sons. "Reflections on Royalston, MA" page 296. Richardson, Addie Falis (I50391)
296 Additional spellings of last name Look, Looke, Luke. From Charles Mercer. LDS records also.

There are 5 books at the Lane Memorial Library on the Locke family. Descendants of william Locke, of Woburn. Lockes in England. Family of John Locke of Hampton, N.H. John Goodwin Locke, Captian Joh Locke (1627-1696) John Locke of Portsmouth an dHampton, New hampshire, George Locke of Virginina Naztahaniel Locke of Portsmouth. Thomas and Mary Looke may be relatives. The website for the Lane Merorial Library is:

Did not find Thomas Looke in vital records for Lynn for birth or death. Did find wife Sara death in Lynn. 
Looke, Thomas (I50641)
297 Addressed to John P. Wyman his son Wyman, Ezra (I3312)
298 Adelaick Grindle Family (F9008)
299 Adelia Mattoon is listed in the 1860 census living with Luther Richardson, George Mattoon 22, Mary Ann (Richardson) Mattoon 22 and sister Jane Mattoon. Mattoon, Adelia A. (I50063)
300 Admitted to Woburn First church Dec. 06, 1761 Wright, John (I6971)
301 Admitted Woburn First church July 22, 18012 SOUR S633 Wright, Phoebe (I33376)
302 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I192)
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311 After Carlos died, Anne's brother, Robert, who was quite wealthy at the time, lent her the money to retrieve his body and bring it home from Maryland. She then returned to the Howard farm, and worked as a
teacher and seamstress to be able to raise her two sons and put them through college. Both of them went to college. She had terrible arthritis, and would often drag herself to her teaching job, holding onto the wrought iron fence posts she would pass on her way. I have the sewing table Anne used for her threads, etc., during that period. Once her sons grew up and married, it was difficult for Anne to accept her
daughters-in-law. Both my grandmother and my great Aunt Claire had problems getting Anne to even acknowledge them. Anne was a woman who had been raised to be proud of her heritage. She had lost her father first at age 9 under some what shameful circumstances. Apparently she took his death extremely hard and never really did recover from it. Then her husband died fairly young, leaving her with 2 small boys to raise by herself under harsh circumstances. It is not surprising thatshe would feel some what possessive about her sons once they had grown. She was a prim, Victorian, romantic intellectual. She had a poem published in the Atlantic Monthy in the 1880's. She had a difficult time after Carlos died. At first, she lived with the Howards on their farm near Columbus, supporting herself and her children with a job teaching. She later moved to Conneaut to live with her brother, Robert Reed Richardson, who was quite wealthy. 
Richardson, Anne Mckennan (I34866)
312 After his marriage, they settled in Winchendon, MA, living there in 1762-66. There was a Reuben Wyman living in Marlboro, MA in 1771, but it is not known if this is the same Reuben. The family was living in Bolton, MA in 1786, but had moved to Clinton, ME by 1790.

Reuben was a veteran of the French & Indian War, marching to Fort William Henry in August 1757 under Thomas Wilder. He also served in Oliver Wilder's Co. from April 2nd to November 29th, 1759, and the rolls show him serving 1758-60. Reuben served as a private in the Revolutionary War. 
Wyman, Reuben (I2859)
313 After Honora's death Samuel employed a woman to cook for the family. As time went by the tension between Pamela and Samuels children from his first marriage became so great that four of them were told to pack their bags and fend for themselves. Samuel kept Bridget to assist in home duties. To pay her way Bridget had to care for a young child of local family who decided to return to England and took Bridget as their nanny. Bridget remained in England for the rest of her life and lived in Ely Cambridgeshire and was known as Auntie Bea. Brown, Samuel (I3)
314 After receiving his early education in the common schools of Rockingham, followed by several terms at the Townshend and Thetford Academies, he taught school in the surrounding towns during the winter and was employed
on the homestead in summer. For some time he acted as salesman in the grocery store of his brother at Cambridgeport, and afterwards purchased a farm in Athens, removing in 1871 to the old homestead. He has been prominently identified in the affairs of his town, for a long time served as justice of the peace and selectman, and was elected assistant judge of the county in 1878 and held the office six years. For four sessions (1864, 1865, 1867 and 1872) he represented his town in the Legislature, and in 1874 was elected a state senator from Windham county. All these positions he has filled with credit to himself and universal satisfaction to his constituency. In 1890 Mr. Wyman was appointed upon the board of cattle commissioners by Governor Page, and in 1892 he was elected county commissioner. He is a public-spirited man, always manifesting liberal ideas. 
Wyman, Andrew Asa (I8142)
315 After the death of his father, assumed the care of the grist mill which had belonged to his father. And in 1801 he went to Demarara, West Indies, and built a mill to grind sugar cane by horse power. After his return he built a windmill in Medford for grinding grain. Soon after he built a windmill in Canada for the same purpose. He then became one of the earliest fishermen in the Mystic river. In 1803, he paid sixty-five dollars for the right of fishing near the dike; he also piloted vessels between Medford and Boston; also he owned lighters and transported brick to the city, some of which may now be seen in the buildings on Central Wharf and in Dr. Sharp's church. From 1809 to 1811 he was Capt. of the famous Medford Light Infantry. In 1810, having purchased the old grist mill of Caleb Richardson, in Woburn, he built a new structure, which he run until his death. In 1817 he built a grist mill in North Chelsea, run by tide water, which was occupied by his sons until 1830, when they sold the estate and removed to Winchester, Mass. Cutter, John (I19158)
316 Age 15y at death Hill, Eunice (I48324)
317 Age 1y 10m at death Hill, Ardelissa (I48331)
318 Age 28y at death Hill, Roswell (I48283)
319 Age 55y 10m 5d at death Hill, Samuel (I48264)
320 Age = 11y 3 m at death Hill, Sophronia (I48466)
321 Age = 12y 6 m at death Hill, Charles (I48467)
322 Age = 39y 9m at death Hill, Lydia (I48280)
323 Age = 5y 17d at death Hill, Esther (I48285)
324 Age = 81y 3m 10d at death Sheppard, Esther (I48276)
325 Age at Death: 56 Webb, Mary Jane (I55072)
326 Age at Death: 56 Hetzel, Lawrence Robert (I55411)
327 Age at Death: 59 Hill, Joseph Everett (I55140)
328 Age at Death: 82 Noble, James Crosby (I54978)
329 Age at Death: 84 Noble, John William (I54980)
330 Age at Death: 86 Connellan, Mary Constance (I54826)
331 Age at Death: 87 Sullivan, Gertrude Margaret (I55448)
332 Age at Death: 90 Wyman, Maud (I6387)
333 Age at Death: 91
Wyman, Edwin obit 
Wyman, Edwin Harold (I6389)
334 Age at Death: 99 Gellerson, Arnold Thornton (I55453)
335 Age: 2 Mother listed as Mary Dobson. Thomas has middle initial L Hill, George L (I55839)
336 Age: 29 Sullivan, Peter A. (I55543)
337 Age: 30 Gellerson, Atwell (I55580)
338 Age: 36 Cady, James E. (I55159)
339 Age: 51 Curley, Robert Derry (I55112)
340 Age: 55 Frates, Rosemary C. (I55561)
341 Age: 63 Downs, James A. (I54997)
342 Age: 64 Gellerson, Leonard H. (I55475)
343 Age: 68 Oldham, Georgia Etta (I55235)
344 Age: 70 Noble, James (I54974)
345 Age: 74 White, Mahala L. (I55586)
346 Age: 76 Gellerson, William H. (I55479)
347 Age: 82 Kirkwood, Mary Murdison (I54677)
348 Age: 85 Conant, Thomas (I55268)
349 Age: 88 Williams, Thomas H. (I55902)
350 Age: 90 Clowes, Mary (I54945)
351 Aged Man Killed When Auto Strikes Post

Cyrus Stebbins father of I.L.Stebbins and brother of Lacien Stebbins, a man past eighty years of age, died Tuesday afternoon from injuries received in an auto accident. Mr. Stebbins was seated in the rear of the Stebbins delivery car driven by Mrs.I.L.Stebbins,and in making a turn to enter the alley at the Stebbins market on Dewey street and in attempting to avoid striking a boy crossing the street, the car struck the corner post at the entrance to the alley. The concussion threw Mr.Stebbins forward against the front seat, his head striking with such force as to render him unconscious. He was hurried to the General Hospital,but before arriving there the spirit took its flight. Death resulted from a concussion of the brain.The funeral will be held this afternoon from the C.A.Wyman residence. The deceased leaves an aged wife and three children, I.L.Stebbins and Mrs.C.A.Wyman of this city, and Leo Stebbins, of Wichita, Kan., the latter arriving last night to attend the funeral.

The North Platte semi-weekly tribune., September 06, 1918 
Stebbins, Cyrus (I5152)
352 aka Mansel Norman WYMAN Wyman, Norman Ansel (I6244)
353 aka Spindler Spindler, Regina Clara (I13481)
354 Albert attended Sacred Heart School and graduated from Chelmsford High School. He also attended Boston College. In the early thirties
he attended four seasons of military training under the 5th Infantry. He later worked in local woolen mills and for the North Chelmsford
Water Works. During World War II he served in the U.S. Navy as an Apprentice APO. He served aboard the USS Dayton CL.-105 under Admiral
Nimitz. He had previously served in light house service on the Nantucket LightShip 112, Relief Ship 49, Stone House, Cross Rip, Hens & Chickens and Brenton Reef Stations. He was employed for more than 34 years as a truck driver at the Wright Trucking Co. He was a communicant of St. John the Evangelist Church; life member and past commander of the Nabnassent American Legion Post #437 and a life member of Stony Brook Sportsman Club. He was a member of the Local #49 Teamsters Union, the Intrepid Sea & Space Museum in New York, the U.S.S. Constitution Museum in Charlestown, the Chelmsford Art Society and Friends of the Light Ship 112 in Portland, Maine. 
Andrews, Albert Francis (I25800)
355 Albert was a railroad employee. In 1920, lived Medford, Mid
dlesex Co., MA. 
Kegler, Albert G. (I42510)
356 Albert was a railroad engineer and lived in Texas. Hilliard, Albert Miner (I42287)
357 Alex Kirkwood obit0001

Alexander & Jane Kirkwood
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Kirkwood, Alexander (I54675)
358 Alexander & Jane Kirkwood

Jane Kilpatrick Kirkwood Obituary 
Kilpatrick, Jane (I55286)
359 Alfa Larkins Wyman, wife of Dayton H. died in a car-train accident along with her husban, and 10 week old daughter, Mareta. Mareta L. is buried with her mother. Wyman, Dayton Harold (I41597)
360 Alfred Lee Wyman is filling the office of county attorney and public interests are carefully protected through his ability in handling the litigated interests in which the county becomes involved. The city of Yankton, in which he now resides, is the place of his nativity. He was born on the 9th of December, 1874, and is a son of Frank D. Wyman, a native of the state of New York, who, however, was taken to Walworth county, Wisconsin, during his infancy. He died December 13, 1913, at the age of seventy-two years. He had married Mattie C. Robertson, a native of Alabama, and she is still a resident of Yankton. In their fame fly were six children, of whom three died in infancy, the others being: Mattie M., the wife of F. A. Kloppe, a resident of Yankton; Alfred Lee; and Lute A., who is engaged in the butchering business in Yankton. Alfred Lee Wyman was educated in the public schools of Yankton and is a high-school graduate. The profession of law proved to him an attractive one when he made choice of a life work and in preparation for practice he read law in the office of French & Orvis. He was admitted to the bar in October, 1896, and was thereafter variously employed until the fall of 1899, when he opened a law office in Bridgewater, McCook county, South Dakota, where he remained for two years. He then came to Yankton in January, 1902, and entered at once upon the active practice of his profession in this city. He remained in general practice until elected state's attorney of Yankton county in the fall of 1904, qualifying for the office in January, 1905. He made so excellent a record in that position that he was reelected in 1906 and so served until January, 1909. He had been elected a member of the state legislature in 1908 and the following year entered upon his duties in that position. His course in the lower house led to his election to the state senate in the fall of 1910 for a two years, term and in both the upper and lower houses of the general assembly he gave careful consideration to the questions which came up for settlement. In the fall of 1912 and again in 1914 he was reelected state's attorney of Yankton county and is serving in that position at the present time. From May, 1909, until May, 1914, four terms in all, he was city attorney and was reelected but refused to continue longer in the position. His political allegiance has always been given to the republican party and he has been an active, earnest and effective worker in its ranks, his opinions carrying weight in its local councils and his efforts contributing to its success. He has never desired to hold office, however, outside the strict path of his profession. In fraternal circles Mr. Wyman is widely known and he is ever loyal to the basic principles upon which such organizations are founded. He has membership in St. John's Lodge, No. 1, A. F. & A. M., and in Oriental Consistory, No. 1, S. P. R. S., has attained the thirty second degree of the Scottish Rite. He belongs also to Phoenix Lodge, No. 34, K. P.; Yankton Lodge, No. 994, B. P. O. E.; the Modern Woodmen of America; and the Ancient Order of United Workmen. Yankton county is proud of his record as that of one of her native sons, for, while there have been no spectacular phases in his life, he has been loyal to the duties which each day has brought him and has been actuated by a progressive spirit in all that he has undertaken, whereby he has won a creditable place as a representative of the Yankton county bar.

This biography appears on pages 58-61 in "History of Dakota Territory" by George W. Kingsbury, Vol. V (1915) 
Wyman, Alfred Lee (I4000)
361 Alfred R.Wright, one of the oldest railroadmen in this city,and an esteemed citizen. Died at his home on Snow street. Fitchburg, Mass,Sunday at 10:05 pm. He was the second of seven childern of Liberty and Emily (Potter) Wright.He resided with his fathers family at Montague till he was 16 years old, when he commeneced working for the V&M railroad as brakeman. He worked in this Capacity for several years when he was promoted to freight conductor and retained that position for several years,when, owing to injury to his health which was caused by riding on the cars, he changed his occupation,worked 20 years on Water street.He was next appointed switchmanin the easy of the depot where he remained till his illness. Those under whom Mr Wright worked speak in the very hightest terns of his integrity and faithfulness to duty. He was a model to railroadmen upon whom the safety of travelrs so much depends. Wright, Alfred R. (I25516)
362 Alice Sweeney was cremated according to her desires. Sweeney, Alice (I51815)
363 All four children who all died from a rare form of Leukemia. There is a medical journal study of them at OHSU in Portland, OR. Wyman, Albert (I19901)
364 All four children who all died from a rare form of Leukemia. There is a medical journal study of them at OHSU in Portland, OR. Wyman, Rik Lee (I19902)
365 All four children who all died from a rare form of Leukemia. There is a medical journal study of them at OHSU in Portland, OR. Wyman, Ruth Ann (I19903)
366 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I19904)
367 all info (c1)
Daniel & Mary Ann had 4 children:
Harriet A, b: 3/31/1841 - d: 4/17/1869; Olive Mariah, b: 1/25/1843; Joseph Edward, b: 10/13/1847; William Henry, b: 6/7/1849.

Olive Mariah, m: 12/18/1866, Hiram E. Stillman. Joseph Edward, m: 6/18/1871, Emma J. Shea. Emma, b:9/6/1853, d: 6/17/1909, (dau. of Nathan and Susan Shea).

Conant, Daniel and Contant Bartholemew Marriages 1840 and 1844

Conant Births and Deaths town of Peru 1812-1834 
Conant, Daniel L. (I55242)
368 all info (c1) Conant, Bartholomew (I55236)
369 all info (c1) Conant, Joseph (I55237)
370 all info (c1) Conant, Lot (I55272)
371 all info (c1) Conant, Lot (I55275)
372 all info (c1) Conant, Roger (I55276)
373 all info including husband and children from Mavis Kilday, Ellen Margaret (I55735)
374 Alleged deserter from US Army Wyman, Raymond Augustus (I22122)
375 Allendale Hospital Donnelly, Lily Agnes (I229)
376 Alonzo was known as the 'King of the Gatineau, Quebec, Canada'. He built a palatial home, The Chateau', on the east side of the Gatineau, Quebec,Canada River. It still stands, although somewhat altered, as part of the College Saint Alexandre at Limbour, PQ. The Alonzo Wright Bridge, rebuilt in the late 1960's carries modern day traffic from No.105 Highway, on the west side of the river almost to the front door of the old 'Chateau'. Alonzo was a member for Ottawa County (as his grandfather, Philemon had before him) in the Legislative Assembly of Canada from 1862 to 1867 and continued to represent the county in the Canadian House of Commons after Confederation until 1891. Wright, Alonzo (I32801)
377 Alphonso settled on the old homestead and was an exemplar
y citizen and highly esteemed. 
Hilliard, Alphonso (I42251)
378 Also buried in Lot 637 at Woodlawn:
Mary R Hill 1859-1939
Lucy A. Hill 1893 - 1955

Other potential lots to check out at Woodlawn:
Lot 647 a Thomas Hill - no dates on headstone
Lot 160 - Thomas Hill - B)1817 D)1911
Lot 407 Thomas Hill B)1847 D)1922

1910 census shows immigration date 1872 or 1873, trade: labourer, Nature of business: Railroad
census shows married 30 years - would put the wedding around 1880 AFTER immigration
shows both of his parents birth place England

Naturalization papers found. Witnessed by John Hill and R.H. Smith of Biddeford Says he emigrated from England through Boston, Mass about 9/3/1873. States he was from Ashton, England.

Emmigration records found - Reel M277 #86 Boston Passenger Lists Aug 1 - Oct 31, 1873
page 6 of 14 Olympus Passenger Listing
Steamship Olympus September 9, 1873 (Liverpool) 396 Master: Robert McDowell, from Liverpool, burden 2415.
Listed together on page 6:
Lucy A. Hill Age 48 F from England to United States in Steerage
Thomas Hill Age 17 M Laboror from England to United States in Steerage
Listed together later in the log pg. 6:
Elisa Hill Age 23 F Seamstress
John age 17 days, born at sea in England
born at sea 4 days F
John H. Hill 14 Laborer
page 3 shows:
Edmund Hill 40 yrs, farmer from England
later on page 3:
Edwin Hill age 6
James, age 1
page 5 shows:
May, age 24
Thomas, age 6
Nellie or Millie, age 2

1906 Register lists Thomas laboror 4 Front St.
Mary Kilpatrick ho
Violetta (m Dennet)
*James USN Cal
*Thomas Jr. plumb
Joseph beamer
Harry mach
Maggie web drawer
Lucy A. pl
Edward E. pl
Carrie H pl

Old Vachon geneology records show Thomas was born in Thayerbridge, England and died on 9/26/1917 in North Rochester, MA

Thomas Hill 1917 Church Burial Records

Thomas 1856 Hill Mary Kilpatrick Hill

Thomas, Mary K., & Lucy Hill Headtone

Thomas Hill-Mary K Dobson Marriage, front-1

Hilll, Thomas death record 1917 A

Thomas 1856 Hill obit 1917

Hill, Thomas, Naturalization Page 1 1890

Hill,Thomas, Naturalization Page 2 
Hill, Thomas (I55746)
379 also farm east of Big Walnut on the Franklin/Delaware county line road, Howard, John Wilmot (I34862)
380 also farm east of Big Walnut on the Franklin/Delaware county line road, Howard, Kate Mitchell (I34864)
381 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I44386)
382 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I52399)
383 Also known as Theotiste Gaudet Gaudet, Anne Euprosine (I44614)
384 Also Known As:<_AKA> Almira Adelia
Cause of Death: Cancerous tumor 
Schermerhorn, Almira Adelia (I40950)
385 Also Known As:<_AKA> Franklin Kirk Hardy Hardy, Franklyn Dexter (I40409)
386 Also lived at Canton, NY, Omaha, Nebraska, and Madison, Wisconsin. Publisher of the " St. Lawrence Republican," Canton, NY 1829-1831, and of various papers in Madison and Omaha. The "Express" and "Palladium."

He was the Treasurer of the Territory of Nebraska
Wyman, William Wells (I6397)
387 Although the Wrentham, MA VR lists Solomon Wyman and his wife Jerushaas having children born in 1759 and 1762, Solomon is also listed inthe Wrentham, MA VR as having a child, Eunice, born on 9 March 1760 toHannah Grant. It would appear that Solomon had an affair with HannahGrant several years into his marriage to Jerusha. This child, namedEunice Wyman, was married on 31 March 1784 in Cumberland, Providence,RI and listed Hannah Grant as her mother, but no father is listed.See: for marriage of Eunice Wyman to Gideon Ray.

Apparently Jerusha found out about Solomon's productive dalliance andmoved out of his house, as seen in the following warning he posted inthe Boston News-Letter.

"Wives Advertised, Boston News-Letter

Repudiation of Wives Indebtedness from the Boston News-Letter1704-1776. Communicated by Frederick W. Wead, Esq., Boston"

"Whereas ______________, the wife of the subscriber,has left my Bedand Board and refuses to live with me and otherwise conducts in a badmanner: These are therefore to forbid all Persons trusting her on myaccount, for I will not pay any Debt she shall contract. As witnessmy hand."

Below that statement is a list of names, including:
"Solomon Wyman of Wrentham wife: Jerusha 13 May 1762

Source: The American Genealogist Vol. 28, pages 102-104

Note that this warning was posted in May 1762, months after Jerusha,Jr. was born in Jan. 1762.

It should be noted that a Hannah Wyman was born in Wrentham in 1763.She was not listed in the town's Vital Records. Could this be theresult of another productive dalliance with Hannah Grant? On theother hand, both Solomon's and Jerusha's mothers were named Hannah, soSolomon and Jerusha may have reconciled their differences andcontinued begetting offspring. Note that Jerusha died soon after in1770.


Kezia Wyman appears in the 1810 census for Wrentham, living alone,over 45 years old (born before 1765).

Dr. Solomon Wyman was born in 1766, probably in Wrentham, MA butpossibly in Hartford, CT where his father relocated to.

"Solomon Wyman died Jan 24, 1792 ae 57 (2 Ch Rec) Bur Center Ch at expof town.
Solomon Wyman census [for Hartford, CT] 1790: 1-0-1-0-0 [Thisindicates he and a female were in his household].

Widow Sarah Wyman (Hfd) M. Isaac Dickinson (Hfd) Jan 23, 1793 (2Ch Rec)

Source: Families of Early Hartford, CT; Page 689

Note: this was also reported in "History of the Second Church ofChrist in Hartford" Page 377. He died of gout.

Note: Since he died in Jaunary 1792 at age 57, it is very likely thathe was born in 1734, not 1735. This matches the birth year of thisSolomon. There are no other Solomons to compete for this honor.


Jan 26, 1792: Mr. Wyman [Solomon], buried at expense of town; aged57.

Source: SEXTON 
Wyman, Solomon (I36281)
388 Alvah was a printer probably in Fitchburg, MA. Goodwin, Alvah (I42363)
389 Amasa fought in the Battle of Seven Pines and was taken prisoner. He was released in a prisoner exchange. Since he apparently wasn't having a good time he picked up his marbles and went to CA. He changed his name to Baker and married Julia the day after her fourteenth birthday. He became a judge in Healdsburg, CA. Barton, Amasa Marcus (I21471)
390 Ambrose and RoseJackman lived in Mendlesham during the first few years of theirmarriage. Then they moved to Barking, which is nine miles south of Mendleesham. Rose was buried there. In the manorial court rolls of Barking, for the court held 2 October 1604, it was presented that Ambrose Jackman had received from John Woods the surrender of a cottage in Needham in the occupation of Michael Nutt, with a small yard adjoining, which Woods had received the the surrender of Roger Colchester in 43 Elizabeth (1600). Michael Nutt was his son-in-law. Jackman, Ambrose (I6614)
391 Ambrose Hartwell Wyman was born in China, Maine Sept 11, 1849. His boyhood days were spent in Freedom, Maine, where he graduated from high school. He later attended college at Portland, Maine. In 1877 he came to Minnesota, settling on a homestead in Pope County as one of our early settlers.

On July 22, 1879 he was united in marriage to Emma Jane Blackmun, and to this union eleven children were born, all of whom survive him.
They are: Mrs. Beulah Reed and Mrs. Hazel Nelson of Hancock; Boyd Wyman of Morris; Mrs. Faye Meyers; Mrs. Mabel Thayer, Mrs. Eva Newmack and Miss Ethel Wyman, all of Minneapolis; Guy and Eddie Wyman of Rockford, Ill.; Mrs. Edna Christenson of Chicago; and Manning Wyman of Berrien Springs, Mich. His wife, a sister, Etta Raynes of Freedom, Maine, and a brother, George A. Wyman of Providence, R. I. also survive him, as well as twenty-nine grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
This is part of his obituary from The Hancock Record Nov. 9, 1928, page 1. 
Wyman, Ambrose Hartwell Jr. (I16236)
392 Among the engagements in which he took active part were Chickasaw Bayou (where he was severely wounded), siege of Vicksburg, Jackson, Tuscumbia, Lookout Mountain, Mission Ridge and Ringgold, Ga. At the latter, one-half the members of his company who were involved in the action were killed or wounded. He marched an aggregate of 3,500 miles. Wyman, Byron Francis (I4958)

The last will and testament of Amos Wood, deceased.

I, Amos Wood of Fayette County, Virginia, do hereby make my last will a nd testament in manner and form following, that is to say:
1st: I give my two sons Feliso A. & William my tract of land on whi ch I now live containing about two hundre acres, for which they are to p ay to my tree daughters, Virginia, Matilda & Margaret the sum of Twenty Do llars to each one which is to be paid in good property when the youngest c hild becomes of age, provided the land is not lost by an older right.

2nd: I give to my three daughters, Virginia, Matilda & Margarett a ll my beds and beding , to be equally divided among them.

3rd: All my other property of whatsoever kind it may be not herin dispo sed off is to be sold, and after my just debts and funeral expenses are pa id is to be equally divided among my five children, Virginia, Feliso, Mati lda, WIlliam and Margarett.

4th: The farm is to be rented out to the best advantage and the profi ts if necessary to be applied to the support of my children and the remain ing surplus resulting from the farm over the decent support of the childre n, it is to be equally divided among them all until the time when my so n, William, becomes of age at which time the land is to begiven up to a nd divided between my two sons, Feliso and William . I do hereby constitu te and appoint my brothers Elijah and Allen Wood, executors of this my la st will and testament hereby revoking all other and former wills and testa ments by me heretofore made, in withness whereof I have hereunto set my ha nd and affixed my seal this 24th day of may, eighteen hundred and forty fi ve, signed, sealed, published and declared as for the last will and testam ent of Amos Wood.

Josiah Skaggs Amos Wood. Martin Hess.


The last will and testament of Amos Wood, deceased, was presented in op en court proven by the oath of Josiah Skaggs and Martin Hess subscribing w itnesses thereto and was thereupon admitted to record.

TEST E: H. M. Dickinson, clerk

Wili Book I 1832-1865 Pg. 66 & 67 Fayette County Courthouse Fayetteville, WV 
Wood, Amos (I52305)
394 An early settler of Ashby. after a contest with the Indians in which two soldiers were slain, Jennings & Blodgett was with his family taken to Canada July 1746. was ransomed 1747 & after his return procured the incorporation of ASHBY March 1767. Was the first Moderator, the first Constable & with J. Locke & J. Jones was Selectman the first year of the town. Fitch, John (I41367)
395 An extract from Thomas Stobie's GEDCOM created 26 Jan 2004
. Thomas can be contacted at

An extract from Thomas Stobie's GEDCOM created 26 Jan 2004. Thomas can be contacted at 
Cummings, Stephen (I37667)
396 An extract from Thomas Stobie's GEDCOM created 26 Jan 2004
. Thomas can be contacted at 
Richardson, Mary (I3195)
397 An extract from Thomas Stobie's GEDCOM created 26 Jan 2004
. Thomas can be contacted at 
Cummings, Abraham (I15907)
398 An extract from Thomas Stobie's GEDCOM created 26 Jan 2004
. Thomas can be contacted at 
Cummings, Abraham (I37904)
399 An extract from Thomas Stobie's GEDCOM created 26 Jan 2004
. Thomas can be contacted at 
Wright, Sarah (I37905)
400 An extract from Thomas Stobie's GEDCOM created 26 Jan 2004
. Thomas can be contacted at 
Cummings, John (I37908)

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