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government during the remainder of her life. He drove a stage from Marshfield to Boston for 15 or 20 years. Was Postmaster in the easterly part of the town. His office was in the Henry Little house at Sea View, near railroad track. He represented the town at the General Court in 1859 and 1860. His wife, Mercy, was dau. of Ruth Phillips, a sister of Dr. Chas. Macomber.
Ebenezer Damon, the ancestor of the Damons in Marshfield, mar. Abigail Thomas of Marshfield.
21 their son. Baptized May 11, 1725, b. in Marshfield. Mar. Mercy Holmes in 1761.
I. Nathaniel.2 II. Amos.2 III. Mercy H.2 IV. Abigail.2 V. Arunah.2 VI. Holmes.2
Arunah,2 son of Obediah. Baptized Apr. 25, 1762. Mar. Deborah Sylvester in 1783.
I. Mercy,3 b. Jan. 14, 1787. II. Lincoln,3 b. Aug. 7, 1789. III. Beulah,3 b. Jan. 15, 1792. IV. Sylvia,3 b. Mch. 2, 1794. V. John3, b. July 30, 1796. VI. Sarah,3 b. June 8, 1799. VII. Calvin,3 b. Feb. 8, 1802. VIII. Sophronia.3
Nathaniel,2 son of Obediah. Mar. Mary Allen in 1786.
I. Mary,3 b. May 12, 1787. II. Nancy,3 b. May 2, 1789. III. Amos,3 b. Dec. 9, 1790. IV. Huldah,3 b. Mch. 27, 1794. V. Samuel,3 b. Aug. 7, 1796. VI. Nathaniel,3 b. July 4, 1799. VII. Philander,3 b. Aug. 4, 1801. VIII. Nabby,3 b. Apr. 12, 1804. IX. Hannah.3 Mar. Mr. Lewis. (Had: one child, Hannah E.
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