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[Thanks to Linda Smith for transcribing the Ames family]
Capt. Nath'l T. Ames left one son, Nath'l T. Ames, Jr., of Virginia, and two daughters, both married.
Dea. Elijah Ames of the "Neck," son of Elijah and grandson of Job. Mar. Sarah A. Thomas, Nov. 26, 1840. Had: 1, Sarah A. Deering.10 Mar. Dr. Azel Ames. 2, Mary Abby.10 Mar. Edward E. Ames. 3, George,10 d. young. 4, Waterman T.,10 d. young. 5, Elijah.10 Mar. Rosa, dau. of Capt. Albert T. Sprague, resides at Grant, Montana. (He is a wealthy cattle dealer there.) 6, Elizabeth.10 Mar. Capt. Everett Elbridge. 7, William.10 Mar. 1st, Edith Porter. 8, Lucy T.,10 unmar. 9, Ray,10 unmar. Mrs. Ames, the mother, d. Feb., 1899. Dea. Ames, the father, d. Nov. 26, 1899, age 83. Lucy T. and Ray are present occupants of the old homestead of their father, Dea. Elijah Ames. The present occupants of the Old Ames' place on the South River road, which has been in the family for many years, are Edward E. Ames and wife, Mary A. Ames, and his sister, Grace W. Ames. Edward's father was Sumner Ames, born in Marshfield in 1812, d. in 1892. His father, (Edward E., grandfather) was Abner Eames, b. 1780, d. 1830. His father was Benj. Eames, (Edward E., great grandfather.)
Abner Wright,1 of Center Marshfield. Mar. Mary Whittemore of Brant Rock, Marshfield.
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