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V. Sarah C.8 The father mar. 3d wi. Jane Reed, who survives him, and resides now in Whitman.
David Church,8 b. July 17, 1833. Killed in "Battle of Wilderness" in Civil War, May 6, 1864. (See his army record in Chapter to Soldiers.) Mar. Nancy H. Herrick of Gloucester, Dec. 24, 1854. She is still living. Resides with her dau., Mrs. Richard Magoun, at Standish, No. Marshfield.
I Eveline,9 b. May 12, 1855, at Marshfield. Mar. Walter H. Andrews of Essex, May 12, 1875. Resides now in Quincy, Mass.
II. Flora L.,9 b. Nov. 23, 1857, at Hingham. Mar. Chas. H. Kinsman of Gloucester, Dec. 30, 1876. Resides now in Marshfield.
III. Alice M., b. Apr. 4, 1860, at Pembroke. Mar. Andrew R. Magoun of Marshfield, March 6, 1881. Had 2 sons and 1 daughter.
Mr. Tolman (grandfather of Henry Tolman of Green Harbor, Mass.), came to this country from England, sometime in the latter part of the 18th century. He settled in Marshfield. He built the house now owned and occupied by Marshall Lewis. There the father of Henry was born, date unknown. He mar. Hannah Sprague, and built the house lately owned by Albert Williams. This house is located near the Methodist parsonage. Henry Tolman,3 the son, was born in this house on the 17th of April, 1818.
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