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dau. of Thomas and Hannah (Holbrook) James.   She was b. in Hing. June 15, 1731, and d. 27 Jan. 1813, aet. 82d yr.   Joseph d. at Coh. 7 Aug. 1782, aet. 64 yrs.   Will proved 17 Sept. foll.   "Mariner."   Constable in 1754.   Resided on Beechwood St.
   Ch., all b. in Hing. by w. Rachel, were —

   i.   JOHN, Sept. 25, 1746.   m. June 8, 1770, Chloe, dau. of Jonathan Beal.
   ii.   MIRIAM, Apr. 19, 1749.   m. Feb. 1, 1770, Benjamin Barnes, Jr.
   iii.   SILENCE, Nov. 14, 1751.   m. Josiah Oakes.
   iv.   THOMAS, May 15, 1754, d. soon.
   v.   JOSEPH, bt. May 8, 1757.   Was drowned.
   vi.   THOMAS, Apr. 30, 1760.   m. March 11, 1781, Susanna, dau. of James Stodder.

   3.   JESSE (Philip = Deborah Gannett), b. in Hing. Feb. 25, 1729-30.   m. 1750, Lois Studley, dau. of Jonathan and Susanna (Lane) Studley.   She was b. in Hing. Apr. 17, 1731.   Jesse was by occupation "mariner."   Constable 1769.   Late in life he removed to Chesterfield, Mass., where he d. 8 Aug. 1815, æt. 85 yrs.
   Ch., all b. in Hing., were —

   i.   JESSE, March 26, 1752.   m. Jan. 1, 1775, Katharine, dau. of Dr. Lazarus Beal.   Resided at Chesterfield, Mass., and was styled "Lieutenant."
   ii.   LOIS, March 10, 1755.   m. Feb. 4, 1776, Joel Gustin of Saybrook.
   iii.   ZEBULON, Nov. 11, 1759.   m. Mercy Litchfield, and removed to Goshen.   He d. 15 Feb. 1852, æt. 92 yrs.   A soldier of the Revolution.
   iv.   HANNAH, Feb. 19, 1762.   m. Joab Litchfield.
   v.   ENOCH, Jan. 31, 1764.
   vi.   SARAH, July 4, 1767.   m. Noah Litchfield.
   vii.   SUSANNA, bt. July 12, 1772.   m. John Stevens, who removed to Chesterfield, and from thence went farther West.


WILDE.

[Thanks to Lisa Whiting for transcribing the Wilde family]

   ELIJAH D., for many yrs. a resident of Hing. m. first, Catherine Davis.   She d. 6 July, 1808, æt. 26 yrs.   He m. secondly, in Hing., Nov. 21, 1810, Lucy Beal, dau. of John and Rhoda (James) Beal.   She was b. in Hing. Oct. 25, 1781, and d. 17 Feb. 1816, æt. 34 yrs.   His third w., whom he survived, was Temperance James of Scit.   She d. in Hing. 29 July, 1846, æt. 61 yrs.   Elijah D. d. 13 July, 1854, æt. 85 yrs.   He was by occupation "baker," and senior partner of the firm of Wilde and Davis, and afts. of Wilde, Davis, and Burr.   Resided on North St., West Hing.
   Ch., b. in Hing., by w. Catherine, —

   i.   CATHERINE, July 23, 1803, d. 11 June, 1842, æt. 39th yr. (3:374)
   ii.   MARY, Jan. 19, 1806, d. 19 Aug. 1808.
   iii.   ELIZABETH, March 16, 1808, d. 22 July foll.

   Child, b. in Hing., by w. Lucy, —

   iv.   JAMES, Nov. 29, 1812.   Was grad. at Har. Coll. 1832, and settled as a physician at Dux., where he d. 15 Oct. 1887, æt. 75th yr.

   NOTE. — Franklin A., d. 5 Jan. 1849, æt. 22 yrs.   Eleanor, dau. of Micah, a former resident of Hing., d. at Milton, 8 July, 1851, and was buried in Hing.


WILDER.

   1.   EDWARD1, the ancestor of all who have borne this surname in Hing. and vicinity, had his first grant of land here, containing ten acres, the 8th of Oct. 1637, "in a place as convenient as can be dis-

 

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