Vogle — Vose — Wade — Wakefield — Wakely — Wall. 273

VOGLE.

   GEORGE, a native of Boston, and s. of John Vogle, was a resident of Hing. for nearly fifty years.   He d. unm. 29 March, 1882, æt. 83 yrs.   "Rope-maker".   Resided at Hing. Centre.   John, his fa., was killed on board the U. S. frigate "Consititution."


VOSE. [3:372]

[Thanks to Lisa Whiting for transcribing the Supplement]

   JAMES W., m. first, in Hing. Dec. 25, 1841, Lydia A., dau. of Job S. and Lucy (Farren) Whiton.   She was b. in Hing. Dec. 26, 1824, and d. 8 June, 1845, æt. 20 yrs.   He m. secondly, Sept. 16, 1847, Almira   He was for several yrs. of the firm of Mead & Vose, cabinet mnfrs. in Hing.   After the firm dissolved he removed to Boston, where he established a factory for the mnf. of pianos.


WADE.

   JOHN, m. in Hing. Apr. 27, 1845, Catherine L. Gardner, dau. of Hosea and Sophia (Cole) Gardner.   She was b. in Hing. Oct. 30, 1822, and d. 1 Apr. 1888, æt. 65 yrs.   "Shoemaker." Resides on Short St.
   Ch., all b. in Hing., —

   i.   JOHN EDWARD, Oct. 16, 1846.
   ii.   HANNAH THAXTER, Sept. 27, 1848.   m. Nov. 30, 1871, Frank L. Hichborn of Boston.
   iii.   HENRY PARKER, Sept. 16, 1850, d. 5 Oct. 1851.
   iv.   PORTER GARDNER, Nov. 11, 1855, d. 23 March, 1862.
   v.   ABBIE MARIE, Nov. 11, 1859.
   vi.   ALICE PORTER, Feb. 11, 1863, d. 24 Sept. foll.
   vii.   CHARLES CUSHING, Oct. 28, 1864, d. 28 Nov. 1865.


   NOTE. — John, of Scit. m. Feb. 8, 1779, Abigail, dau. of Joshua Bates.   She was b. in Hing. Oct. 21, 1760.   Elisa, of Wey., m. Apr. 7, 1820, Laban Dunbar.   Deborah, dau. of Issac, and b. at Han. Aug. 12, 1800, m. Oct. 20, 1825, John J. Damon.


WAKEFIELD.

[Thanks to Lisa Whiting for transcribing the Wakefield family]

   CHARLES HENRY (Charles F. = Abbie Henderson), b. at Boston, Feb. 13, 1839.   m. in Hing. July 2, 1871, Martha C. D. Barnes, dau. of Lincoln and Celia B. (Hersey) Barnes.   She was b. in Hing. June 3, 1849.   "Mason."   Resides on Weir St.


WAKELY.

[Thanks to Lisa Whiting for transcribing the Wakely family]

   THOMAS, from whom the locality once kn. as "Wakely's Marsh," and "Wakely's Meadow" (afts. "Brigadier's Meadow"), near the northerly terminus of Green St., prob. took its name, was one of the early planters who drew their house-lots in Hing. Sept. 18, 1635.   Freeman 1635-36.   "One of this name died in Hingham 23 June, 1644, perhaps a son of the above-named.   Farmer thinks the elder Wakely is the same who, with his wife, son, daughter-in-law, and two grandchildren, was murdered by the Indians at Casco Bay in 1675.   This is probable, as this Wakely was 'an old man.'"   (Hon. Solomon Lincoln's Centennial Address, p. 37.)   By this surname the foll.
   Ch., were bt. in Hing., —

   i.   THOMAS, June 14, 1640.
   ii.   SARAH, March 13, 1641; buried 13 May foll.


WALL.

   HENRY, m. Mary A., dau. of John and Susan (Joyce) Breen.   WILLIAM HENRY, b. June 14, 1867.   THOMAS NICHOLAS, b. Apr. 8, 1868.   MARY CATHERINE, dau. of John and Maria (King), b. March 11, 1870.   M. KITTIE, a native of Bath, Me., d. 10 July, 1872, æt. 5 yrs.   SUSAN AGNES, dau. of John J. and Maria E. (King), b. Aug. 12, 1872.

 

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