232 Flint — Foley — Folsom.  

   2.   FRANK W. (Willard = Charlotte A. Stodder), b. at Boston, Aug. 24, 1851.   m. at Boston, June 12, 1869, Sarah A. Corthell, dau. of Nelson and Hannah K. (Tower) Corthell.   She was b. in Hing. Aug. 29, 1852.
   Ch., all b. in Hing., —

   i.   FRANK EDWIN, Jan. 27, 1871.
   ii.   ARTHUR WALLACE, Jan. 14, 1875.
   iii.   MABEL FROST, Feb. 14, 1879, d. soon.
   iv.   MABEL FROST, Sept. 14, 1883.
   v.   LOTTIE A., Sept. 2, 1885.


   CORNELIUS (Bartholomew = Ellen Hooley), b. in the County of Cork, Ire., June 10, 1830.   m. first, Jan. 10, 1853, Mary Fee, dau. of Patrick and Catherine (Tudman) Fee.   She was b. in County Leitrim, Ire., 1829, and d. in Hing. 26 Feb. 1879, æt. 54 yrs.   He m. secondly, May 27, 1882, Mrs. Joanna Dolan.   "Farmer."   Resides on Planter's Field Lane.
   Ch., all b. in Hing., by w. Mary, —

   i.   CATHERINE LOUISE, May 29, 1854.   m. Nov. 26, 1878, Washington I. James.
   ii.   NELLIE J., Jan. 24, 1856.
   iii.   JOANNA, Oct. 10, 1857, d. 22 March, 1858.
   iv.   MARY ELIZABETH, Sept. 10, 1859.
   v.   BARTHOLEMEW, March 17, 1861, d. in two dys.
   vi.   JOHN BARTHOLOMEW, Aug. 16, 1863.
   vii.   CORNELIUS, Dec. 11, 1867.

Early written FOULSHAM.

   JOHN, from Hing. Eng., and b. ab. 1614, became a resident of our Hing. in the autumn of 1638, and the same yr. received a grant of land which abutted upon the "Playne" eastward, and upon the Common westward.   Subsequently, Capt. Joshua Hobart and John Foulsham had liberty from the inhabitants of the town to utilize certain streams for the purpose of erecting a saw-mill or mills.   In 1645 he was one of the seven men chosen to order the affairs of the town.   His w., whom he m. in Eng. Oct. 4, 1636, was Mary, dau. of Edward and Mary Clark Gilman.   Resided on Main St., Hing. Centre.   July 9, 1659, he sold his est. which was near the training field, in Hing. to Daniel Cushing, having removed with his fam. to Exeter, N. H., where he d. 27 Dec. 1681.
   Ch., of John and Mary (Gilman) Foulsham, —

   i.   JOHN, b. prob. 1638, before his parents came to Hing.   He settled at Exeter; was m. and had issue.
   ii.   SAMUEL, bt. in Hing. Oct. 11, 1641.   m. Mary Robey, and d. ab. 1700, leaving three sons and four dau's.
   iii.   NATHANIEL, bt. in Hing. June 2, 1644.   m. June 9, 1674, Hannah, dau. of John Farrow of Hing.   They removed to Exeter.
   iv.   ISRAEL, bt. in Hing. Sept. 1644 (? 1646); was m. and had a s. Israel
   v.   PETER, bt. in Hing. Apr. 8, 1649.   m. Susanna Coffin, or Cousins, of Wells, Me.   Was kn. as "Lieutenant."


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