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   Solomon,6 b. 1802 (Luther,5 Lemuel,4 John,3 Ephraim,2 Thomas,1) mar. Mrs. Widdows in 1852.

CHILDREN.

   I. Luther,7 res. at Sea View on old homestead.   II. Allen N.,7 mar. Bernice G. Hunter Feb. 16, 1899.   Had: Rebecca E., b. Los Angeles, Cal., res. Los Angeles, Cal.   III. Joanna W.,7 res. at Sea View, on old homestead.   IV. Daniel P.,7 mar. Harriet L. Ham, Nov. 2, 1896.   Had: 1, Luther, 2, Dorothy, 3, Wallace H., all b. Los Angeles, Cal.   Res. Los Angeles, Cal.


   William F.,6 (Luther,5 Lemuel,4 John,3 Ephraim,2 Thomas,1) b. Nov. 18, 1801.   Mar. Nancy Cudworth, b. Apr. 5, 1808.   She d. June 16, 1865.

CHILDREN.

   I. Isabelle,7 b. June 24, 1832, d. Apr. 1886; unmar.   II. Lydia,7 b. Apr. 22, 1835, d. Feb. 2, 1874; unmar.   III. Byron,7 b. May 12, 1837, d. Mch. 10, 1904.   Mar. Miss Gay.   Lived and died in Newton, Mass.   He was a carpenter.   IV. Irene,7 b. Apr. 1, 1839, d. Mch. 6, 1874; unmar.   V. Henrietta,7 d. in infancy.   VI. Rosella,7 b. Nov. 21, 1845; mar. Oct. 23, 1886, Capt. Smith Taylor.   Owns and occupies her father's homestead in Sea View.   She has no children.


   Capt. George, brother to Capt. Luther,5 (Lemuel,4 John,3 Ephraim,2 Thomas,1) b. 1755.   He commanded one or more war vessels in the revolution.   He lived on the estate now owned and occupied by Charles Stoddard, near "Little's Bridge."   His son Edward Little, who resided on the old homestead, was widely known.   He served as Moderator for many years in the Marshfield town meetings.   He represented Marshfield in the legislature for several years.   He mar. Miss Rogers, sister to Stephen

 

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