[Transcribed by CJ McNew]

   DAVID HAYES, s. of Luther and Rachel (Brown) Abbott, was b. at Hillsboro', N. H., June 11, 1803; came to Hing. in 1823, and engaged with Giles Gardner in the manuf. of women's boots and shoes.   After this copar. was dis. he con. the business in connection with the manuf. of clothing for dealers in Boston; also trader on Main near the corner of South St.   He m. Oct. 16, 1827, Sally S. Hersey, dau. of Abner and Sally (Sweetser) Hersey.   She was b. in Hing. Nov. 22, 1801, and d. 26 Nov. 1861, æt. 60 yrs.   Resides on South St.   D. at Boston, 1 Apr. 1888, æt. 85th yr. (3:337)
   Ch., all b. in Hing., —

   i.   ABNER HERSEY, Oct. 16, 1828, d. 19 Oct. 1831.
   ii.   JAMES, b. ——, 1830, d. æt. 9 mos.
   iii.   MARY JACOBS, Dec. 29, 1832.   m. John A. Phipps, of Charlestown.
   iv.   GUSTAVUS, May 27, 1834, is m. and resides at Chicago, Ill.
   v.   GEORGIANNA ELIZABETH, June 6, 1837.
   vi.   ADELAIDE FRANCES, June 24, 1839.
   vii.   CAROLINE RHOADES, June 13, 1844.   m. Henry B. Nottage of Boston.


[Transcribed by CJ McNew]

   1.   GEORGE, b. Dec. 3, 1816.   m. July 3, 1836, Emeline Wilder, dau. of Nathaniel and Jane (Marsh) Wilder.   She was b. in Hing. Oct. 13, 1820.   "Shoemaker."   Resided a number of yrs. on North St., near Goold's Bridge.   Removed to Wey. and thence to Brockton.
   Ch., prob. b. in Hing., —

   i.   MARY LINCOLN, Jan. 26, 1837.   m. Edwin P. Tirrell, of Wey.
2. ii.   GEORGE MARTIN, Oct. 20, 1840.
   iii.   EMMA JANE, June 18, 1845.   m. John W. Burrell.
   iv.   WILLIAM FRANCIS, Oct. 8, 1847.   m. Annie Gillean of Boston.
   v.   CHARLES MELVILLE, Feb. 17, 1852, d. 10 May, 1857.
   vi.   HENRY ELLWOOD, Nov. 16, 1854.   m. Ella Manning of Mf'd.
   vii.   LIZZIE MELVILLE, Apr. 18, 1858.   m. Edward Spurr of Brockton.
   viii.   CARRIE ELLA, Aug. 14, 1860.   m. Frank E. Hersey of Wey.

   2.   GEORGE M. (George = Emeline Wilder), b. in Hing. Oct. 20, 1840.   m. Aug. 7, 1862, Lydia G. Phinney, dau. of Seth and Lydia G. (Beal) Phinney.   She was b. in Hing., Sept. 18, 1843.   "Bootmaker."   Resides on Hull St.   For military rec. see "Hingham in the Civil War." (3:337)
   Ch., b. in Hing., —

   i.   IRA GRAY, Dec. 26, 1867.


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