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ABBOT, JOSEPH, m. Mary Kempton, 1740

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ADAMS, CHARLES, Kingston, son of Ebenezer, m. Mary C. Sampson, and had James, 1806, m. Martha A. Murray; William S., 1808, m. Lucy Eveline, d. of Joseph Holmes; Henry L., 1810, m. Elizabeth H. Fish; Nathaniel, 1812, m. Harriet M. Hendley of Boxboro’; Albert, 1815; Charles C., 1817; Edwin, 1819, m. Frances H. Frost of Charlestown.  EBENEZER, Kingston, son of 3rd John, m. Lydia Cook, and had George, 1766; Mary, 1769; Caleb, 1770; Nathaniel, 1773; Lydia, 1775, m. William Holmes of Peacham, Vt.; James, 1777; Charles, 1779; Lucy, 1784; Christiana, 1787; George, 1791, m. Hannah T. Brewer and Susan Brigham; Caleb, 1792, m. Pauline Butts and wid. Martha Harding.  FRANCIS, son of Richard, came to America about 1692, at the age of fifteen, with a sister Jemima, who afterwards returned. (Their father had preceded them, and died before their arrival.) He settled in Plymouth about 1700, and m., about that time, Mary, d. of Thomas Buck of Scituate, by whom he had Mary, 1704, m. Nathaniel Atwood; Jemima, 1707, m. Barnabas Shurtleff; Thomas, 1709; Francis, 1711, m. Kesiah, d. of John Atwood; John, 1714; Richard, 1719, m. Mary Carver; and Sarah, 1721, m. Elisha Stetson.  FRANCIS, son of above, m. Kesiah, d. of John Atwood, 1737, and had Francis, 1738; Samuel, 1740; Samuel, 1742; Lydia, 1744, m. Jonathan Crane of Bridgewater; Kesiah, 1746, m. Nathaniel Little; Francis, 1750, m. Mercy Adams.   GEORGE, Kingston, son of Ebenezer, m. Hannah T. Brewster, and had George T., 1820, m. Lydia T. Bradford; Frederick C., 1821, m. Eveline, wid. of Horatio Adams; Horatio, 1823 m. Eveline Holmes; and Hannah T., m. Azel W. Washburn.  GEORGE, son of 2nd Thomas, m., 1829, Hannah Sturtevant, d. of Ephraim Harlow, and had George W., 1830, m. Mary Holland of Boston; Hannah, 1832, m. Dr. Edward A. Spooner of Philadelphia; Sarah S., 1840; and Theodore Parker, 1845, m. Nellie, d. of Joseph Cushman.  GEORGE, m. Lucy Nye, 1811.  JAMES, son of 1st John, removed to Marshfield and Scituate, and m., 1646, Frances, d. of Wm. Vassall, by whom he had William, 1647; Ann, 1649; Richard, 1651, Mary, 1653; and Margaret, 1654.  JOHN, who came to Plymouth in the Fortune, 1621, m. Eleanor Newton, who came in the Ann, 1623. His children were James, John, and Susanna.  JOHN, Marshfield, son of above, m. 1654, Jane James, and had Joseph, Martha, and perhaps others.  JOHN, son of 1st Francis, m. Thankful Washburn, and had Joseph, 1740, m. Eleanor Carney; Francis, 1741, m. Rebecca Cook; John,

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1743, m. Sarah Drew; Ebenezer, 1744; Jemima, 1746, m. Joseph Holmes; Melzar, 1750, m. Deborah Bradford of Duxbury; Sarah, 1752, m. Jedediah Holmes; Mercy, 1753, m. Francis Adams, Lydia, 1755, m. Robert Cook; Susanna, 1759, m. Eleazar Faunce.  JOHN or WILLIAM (both names are in the records), a foreigner, m. Sophia Eddy, 1808.  JOSHUA, son of 1st Thomas, m. Mary Godfrey, and had Sarah, 1760, m. John Perkins of Plympton; Saba, 1762 m. Zach. Cushman; Joshua, 1767, m. Nancy Gray of Barnstable; Thomas, 1770, m. Mercy, d. of Thomas Savery of Carver; Mary, 1772, m. Seth Perkins of Plympton; Bathsheba, 1775 m. Daniel Bradford of Plympton.   LYMAN of Albany m. Elizabeth Goddard, 1805.  RICHARD probably came from Chester, England, about 1680, and was afterward killed by the Indians. Mention is made of three children - Richard, Francis, and Jemima, of whom the first never came to America, and the last returned to England shortly after her arrival.  SAMUEL, Kingston, born 1790, was son of Francis and Mercy Adams, and grandson of 2nd Francis above mentioned. His brothers and sisters were Lydia H., born 1786, m. Luther Phillips; Jemima, 1788, m. Joshua Peterson; Eleanor, 1792, and Sarah, 1794. He m. Priscilla Ford of Marshfield, and Abigail Bruce of Kingston, and had no children.  THOMAS, son of 1st Francis, m. Bathsheba, d. of Israel Bradford, and had Sarah, 1732, m. Caleb Cook and Gershom Cobb; Joshua, 1735; Bartlett, 1738; Nathaniel, 1740; Mary, 1744; Deborah, 1747.  THOMAS, son of Joshua, m. Mercy, d. of Thomas Savery of Carver, and had Thomas, 1794; Thomas, 1795; John 1797, m. Nancy Pratt of Carver; George, 1800; Thomas, 1802; Mary, 1805, m. John Bent of Middleboro’ and Watson Goward of Croyden, N. H.; George 1807; Ann Maria, 1809.   THOMAS, son of above, m. Eunice H. Bugbee of Pomfret, Vt, and had Mary E., 1832, m. R. F. Briggs of Boston; Thomas H., 1834; Frederick E. and Frank W., twins, 1836; Luther B. and Ellen, twins, 1837; Miranda B., 1839; Harriet E., 1841; James O. and ___ , twins, 1841; David B., 1845; Walter S. and ____ , twins, 1848; and Adelaide V., 1849.  (See Adams Genealogy.)

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ALBERTSON, JACOB, of Swedish descent, probably grandson of John of Yarmouth, who was son of Nicholas of Scituate, 1636, m. Margaret Nicolson, 1750, and had Jacob, 1752; William, Elizabeth, and Rufus.  JACOB, son of above, m., 1775, Lydia Rider, and had Martha, 1779, m. Amaziah Harlow; Joseph Rider, 1781; Lydia Gardner, 1783; Margaret, 1785.  RUFUS, son of 1st Jacob, m. a wife Martha, and had Polly, 1787; Margaret, 1789; Sally, 1790; Betsey, 1794; Rufus, 1797; Martha, 1801; Sophronia, 1804; William, 1806.

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ALDEN, FRANCIS L., from New Bedford, m., 1828, Eudora, d. of Zabdiel Sampson.  GIDEON S., of New Bedford, m. Priscilla, d. of William Le Baron, 1803.  JOHN, came in the Mayflower, 1620, and m., 1623, Priscilla, d. of William Mullins. His children were, John of Boston, m. Elizabeth, wid. of Abiel Ewrill and d. of William Phillips; Joseph, m. Mary, d. of Moses Simmons; David, m. Mary, d. of Constant Southworth; Jonathan, m. Abigail, d. of Andrew Hallet; Elizabeth, m. William Peabody; Sarah, m. Alexander Standish; Ruth m. John Bass of Baintree; and Mary, m. Thomas Delano.  JOHN, from Middleboro', pub., 1790, to Susanna Dunham.

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ALEXANDER, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, son of 2d James, died at Rose Hill, Va., 1841.  CHARLES EDWARD, son of Edward, place of residence unknown to the writer, m. Lucia M. Hart, 1860, and had Mary Lilly, 1860; Nannie, 1863; and Frederick William, 1870.  EDWARD, son of 1st James, m. Nancy Young, 1832, and had Charles Edward, 1833; and Frederick William, 1835. His place of residence is unknown to the writer.  GILES, Boston, son of 1st William, m. three wives, one of whom was Catherine Knapp of Vermont, by whom he had Catherine, about 1813, m. in Vergennes, Vt.  ISAAC BEMIS, Provincetown, son of 1st James, m. Elizabeth Gillespie, 1831, and had Elizabeth, m. in Ohio; Robert, m. in Provincetown; Mary; Martha.  JAMES, Boston, son of 2nd William, m. Elizabeth Williston, 1803, and had James, 1804; Edward, 1805; Isaac Bemis, 1810.  JAMES, son of above, Abingdon, Virginia, m., 1832, R. Ann Wills of Rose Hill, Va., and had Lillie Helen, 1833, m. William M. Norris; James B. S., 1836; William Wills, 1838; Benjamin Franklin, 1840; Nannie E., 1843, m. Horace H. George of Charlotteville, Va.; and Nellie T., 1846.  JAMES B.S., son of above, Charlotteville, graduated at West Point, 1856, a major general in the Confederate army, died at Alleghany Springs, 1861.  SAMUEL, Plymouth, son of 2d William, m. Deborah, d. of John Paty, 1804, and had Maria Paty, 1805, m. Thomas Tribble; Mary Ann, 1806, m. Solomon Sylvester; Samuel Lewis, 1808; John Thomas, 1810, m. Lavinia Harlow; Fanny, 1812; Sylvanus, 1814; Sophronia, 1819, m. John Nickerson; Sylvia Cooper, 1821; m. William T. Savery; George, 1823; Charles, 1825; William Bemis, 1828, m. Mary, d. of Thomas Atwood.  SAMUEL LEWIS, son of above, m., 1830, Charlotte S. Faunce, and had Catherine Elizabeth, 1830; Samuel Thomas, 1833; John Knowles, 1837.  WILLIAM of Sherburne, Mass., afterward Boston, during the Revolution, had Giles, William, and others.   WILLIAM, son of above, Boston, m. Ann, d. of James McMillan, and had William, baptized 1768; Giles, 1770; Ann, 1772; Polly, 1775; James, 1777; Samuel, 1780; Benjamin, 1790.

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ALLEN, ANTHONY SHERMAN, m. Marcia Finney, 1838.  BENJAMIN, m. Beza Delano, 1755, and had Benjamin, 1755.  EZRA, m. Mary Durfey, 1745.  FRANCIS, m. Jane Kirk, 1725, and had Francis, 1728; Jenny, 1733.  JAMES, m. Elizabeth Cotton, 1690.  JAMES of Boston, m. Priscilla Brown, 1804.  JOHN, who came from England about 1760, m. Esther, d. of Thomas Savery, 1768, and had Esther, 1769, m. Benjamin Robbins of Kingston; Elizabeth, 1772, m. Joseph Doten; John, 1774; William, 1779.  JOHN, son of above, m. Maria Smith, 1796, and had John, 1798; Maria, 1803, m. Timothy Berry; George 1806; Susan, 1808, m. Ezra Churchill; Louisa, 1813, m. Lewis G. Bradford; Thomas, 1816.  JOHN, from Middleboro', m. Susanna Dunham, 1790, and had Joseph, m. Mary Sherman, d. of Lewis Holmes; Timothy; Samuel, m. Naomi Leach; Betsy B., m. Ezra Allen, and Jenette, m. Truman Cook Holmes. JOHN of Salem, m. Mary Nicholson, 1801.  THOMAS, son of 2d John, m. Betsy, d. of William Drew, and had Thomas Jefferson, 1839; George, Maria, and Ella.  TIMOTHY, son of 3d John, m., 1814. Thankful Snow, and Rebecca Blackmer, 1836, and had Betsy, m. Calvin Ripley.  WILLIAM, son of 1st John, m. Betsy Holmes, 1798, and had Esther, m.

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Southworth A. Howland of Brookfield; Eliza, m. Washington Heald; Caroline, m. Enos Dorr; Susan Holmes, m. James Harvey Drew; Betsey William m. John Gates; Jane B., m. Charles Whittemore; Winslow, m. Louisa Nash, William, m., 1st, Mary C. Gilmore; 2d, Emeline Huntington; 3d, Emeline Whittemore, and 4th, Rosamond (Washburn) Rider, wid. of Caleb Rider of Plymouth, and d. of Alden Washburn of Tamworth, N.H.

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ALLERTON, ISAAC, of London, m. in Leyden, 1611, Mary Norris of Newbury, England, and came in the Mayflower with wife and three children--Bartholomew, Remember, m. Moses Maverick of Salem, and Mary, m. Thomas Cushman. He m. 2d, 1626, Fear, d. of William Brewster, and had Isaac, who moved to New Haven. He had a third wife, Joanna, and a child, Sarah, by one of the wives.  ISAAC, New Haven, son of the above, had Elizabeth, m. Benjamin Starr and Simeon Eyre; and Isaac.  JOHN came a sailor in the Mayflower, and died during the first winter.

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ALLYN, JOSEPH, son of Samuel of Barnstable, m. Mary, d. of Edward Doty, and had Elizabeth, 1700; Mary, 1702, m. James Otis, father of the patriot. He removed to Wethersfield.

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AMES, JONATHAN, m. Rebecca Stanford, 1713.  OLIVER, born in Plymouth, was descended from Richard Ames of Bruten, Somersetshire, England, whose son William, born in 1605, came to Braintree about 1639. By wife Hannah, William had Hannah, 1641; Rebecca, 1642; Lydia, 1645; John, 1647; Sarah, 1651, and Deliverance, 1654. Of these, John, m. Sarah, d. of John Willis, and settled in West Bridgewater. His children were: John, 1672; William, 1673; Nathaniel, 1677, the ancestor of Fisher Ames; Elizabeth, 1680; Thomas, 1682; Sarah, 1685; David, 1688, and Hannah. Of these, Thomas, m. Mary, d. of Joseph Hayward, 1706, and had Thomas, 1707; Solomon, 1709; Joseph, 1711; Ebenezer, 1715; Mary, 1717; Susanna, 1720; Nathaniel, 1722; Sarah, 1724, and Betty, 1727. Of these, Thomas, m. Keziah, d. of Jonathan Hayward, 1731, and had Keziah, 1732; Susanna, 1734; Thomas, 1736; John, 1738; Mehitabel, 1740, and Sylvanus, 1744. Of these, John m. Susanna, d. of Ephraim Howard, 1759, and had David, 1760; Keziah, Susanna, Huldah, 1768; Abigail, 1769; Cynthia, 1772; John, 1775, and Oliver, 1777.  OLIVER, m. Susanna, d. of Oakes Angier of West Bridgewater, and had Horatio, Oakes Angier, Angier, Oliver, Sarah, William, Harriet, and John. He carried on business for a time in Plymouth, where his son Oliver was born, and afterwards removed to Easton.

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ANDERSON, ALEXANDER, m., Jean Seller.  ANDREW, m., 1787, Elizabeth Raymond.  JOHN m., 1795, Elizabeth Anderson.  JOHN, m., 1804, wid. Sarah Fish.  WILLIAM, m., 1778, Priscilla Tinkham.

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ANDREWS, SAMUEL, m., 1819, Jerusha Bearse

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ANDROS, JOHN, by wife Mary, had Sarah, 1696; Joanna, 1697; John, 1699; Mary, 1701; Ebenezer, 1704.

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ANGEL, THOMAS C., m., 1825, Julia Ann Robbins.

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ANNABLE, ANTHONY, came in the Ann, 1623, with wife Jane and children, Sarah, m. Henry Ewell, and Hannah, m. Thomas Freeman. After arrival he had Susanna born in Barnstable. He m., 2d, 1645, Ann Clark,

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and had Samuel, 1646, m. Mehitabel, d. of Thomas Allyn; Ezekiel, 1649. He m., 3d, Ann Barker, and had Desire, 1653.

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APPLING, WILLIAM THOMAS, from Carver, m. Deborah Barrows, 1813.

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ARMITAGE, THOMAS, came in the James from Bristol, 1635, settled in Lynn but owned an estate in Plymouth, 1637.

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ARMOR, GEORGE, m., 1804, Catherine Hubbard.

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ARMSTRONG, GREGORY, m., 1638, Eleanor, wid. of John Billington.

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ARNOLD, GAMALIEL, from Duxbury, m., 1766, Hannah Wait.

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ASHLEY, JOSEPH, m. a wife Elizabeth, and had Thomas, 1704.  JOSEPH m. Elizabeth Swift, 1749.

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ATKINS, HENRY, by wife Elizabeth had Mary, 1647; Samuel, 1651, born in Plymouth; Isaac, 1657, in Eastham. He m., 2d, at Eastham, 1664, Bethiah Linnell, and had Desire, 1665; John, 1666, Nathaniel, 1667; Joseph, 1669; Thomas, 1671; John, 1674; Mercy, 1676; Samuel, 1679.  JOSEPH m., 1822, Sarah Cooper.

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ATKINSON, THOMAS, at Plymouth, 1635.

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ATTEQUIN, JEREMIAH, and Moll Simons, Indians, published 1736.

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ATWOOD.  The various branches of the Atwood family in Plymouth are descended from John Wood of Plymouth, 1643. There was a John Atwood in Plymouth, 1636, who died without children.  BARNABAS, Plympton, son of 2d Nathaniel, m. Lydia Shurtleff, 1723, and had Hannah, 1724, m. a Barrows; Elizabeth, 1726, m. a Shaw; Isaac, 1728; Lydia, m. a Cobb; Mary, m. a Shaw; Abigail, Lucy, Barnabas, and John.  ELIJAH D., came to Plymouth from Carver, and m., 1853, Catherine Robbins Cotton, d. of Josiah, and had Catherine P., m. Elijah Dunham and Wilson Leroy.  ISAAC, son of 2nd John, m. Lydia Wait, 1740, and had Thomas, 1744; Isaac, 1747; Wait, 1749; Zacheus, 1752; Lydia, 1754; Hannah, 1756, m. Lemuel Taber.  ISAAC, son of above, by wife Hannah, had Isaac, 1772.  JESSE, R. son of Thomas of Wellfleet, m. Miriam, d. of Richard Atwood of same, and had Anthony, m., 1868, Susan T. Holmes; Edward B., m., 1868, Deborah C., d. of Lucius Pratt; Abby F., m. Henry H. Cole of Taunton, and Hettie S., m., 1880, Peleg S. B. Bartlett.  JOHN, Plymouth, 1643, called Wood, alias Atwood, m. Sarah, d. of Richard Masterson, and had John, 1650; Nathaniel, 1652; Isaac, 1654; Sarah, m. John Fallowell; Abigail, m. Samuel Leonard; Mercy, Elizabeth, Hannah, m. Richard Cooper; Mary, m. Rev. John Holmes of Duxbury, and Major William Bradford.  JOHN, son of 2d Nathaniel, assumed or received the name of Atwood, and is called sometimes in the records John Wood, alias Atwood. He m. Sarah, d. of Josiah Leavitt of Hingham, 1709, and had Sarah, 1709, m. Nehemiah Ripley; Mary, 1711, m. Jacob Taylor; John, 1713; Lydia, 1715, m. James Hovey; Solomon, 1717; Isaac, 1719; Keziah, 1721, m. Francis Adams; Hannah, 1723, and Experience, 1724. He married 2d, Experience Pierce, 1730, and had Experience, 1731; Elizabeth, 1733, m. Samuel Pierce; Experience again, 1734, m. Samuel Jackson; George, 1738; Priscilla, 1740, m. Ichabod Shaw; and Margaret, m. Joshua Shaw.  JOHN, son of above, m. Hannah Drew, 1735, and had Rebecca, 1737, m. Corban Barnes; John, 1739; George, 1741, m. Joanna Bartlett; Elijah, 1743; Abigail, 1745, m. Joseph Rider; Micah, 1747; William, 1749;

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Sarah, 1751, Elizabeth, m. David Drew, and Mary, m. Lemuel Robbins.  JOHN, son of above, m. Deborah Doten, 1771, and had Deborah, m. Samuel Battles; Sarah, m. Experience Everson, and John, 1778. He probably had a 1st wife, Lydia Holmes, without children.  JOHN, son of above, m. Nancy Churchill, 1799, and had John, William, Maria Shaw, m. Ignatius Pierce; Mary Ann, m. Ephraim Holmes, and Nancy.  JOHN, son of above, m. Hannah Wiswell, 1828, and had Nancy Churchill, 1829, m. Lorenzo Tribble; John Murray, 1835, m. Aurina, d. of Aurin Bugbee; Miranda B., m. Christopher T. Harris; Paulina W., m. James H. Simmons; Adoniram J., 1837, m. Helen, d. of Ellis Barnes and Hannah Tufts, 1839, m. Van Buren Holmes.  JOHN, m. Hannah Richmond, 1806.  JOHN B. came to Plymouth with wife Martha B., and had Rebecca W., m., 1851, Josiah A. Robbins; Martha B., m., 1856, Amory T. Skerry, and Alexander P., m., 1859, Mercy Ann, d. of Truman Bartlett.  NATHANIEL, Plympton, m. Lydia Boult, 1776, and had Abner, Zenas, Levi, Nathaniel, Joshua, Mary, m. a Shurtleff; Joanna, m. Aaron Carey; Mercy, m. David Shurtleff, and Huldah, m. a Vaughn.  NATHANIEL, son of 1st John, called Wood, by wife Mary had John, 1684; Elizabeth, 1687; Joanna, 1689; Mary, 1691; Nathaniel, 1693; Isaac, 1695; Barnabas, 1697 Joanna, 1700.  NATHANIEL, Plympton, son of above, m. Mary, d. of Francis Adams, and had Mary, 1723, m. Benjamin Shaw; Nathaniel, 1725, m. Susanna, d. of Barnabas Shurtleff and Elizabeth Timberlake; Francis, 1728. By a second wife, Abigail, he had Sarah, m. Joseph Barrows; Mercy, m. Joseph Warren; Ebenezer, 1735; Keziah, 1737; William, 1740; Joseph, 1741, and Ichabod.  SOLOMON, son of 2d John, m. Lydia, d. of Job Cushman, 1749, and had Solomon, who m. Hannah Rogers, 1773.  THOMAS, son of 1st Wait, m. Mehitabel Shaw, 1799, and had Polly Shaw, 1800, m. Ezra Collier; Thomas, 1805; Darius, 1808, and Mehitabel Shaw. He m. 2d, Elizabeth Tufts, 1810, and had William Tufts. He m., 3d, Lydia (Savery) Holmes, wid. of Eleazer, 1814, and had George, Charles, and Elizabeth.  THOMAS, son of above, m. Hannah R. Bartlett, 1827, and had Thomas B., 1829; Mary Frances, 1834, m. William B. Alexander; Timothy S., 1837; George H., m. Fanny H. Danforth, and Lydia, m. Martin F. Benson.  THOMAS, brother of Jesse, came from Wellfleet and m., 1857 Lucy A., d. of Richard Pope.  THOMAS B., son of 2d Thomas, m. Rebecca M. Holmes, and had Thomas H., 1849, m. Ada V. King, and Hettie S., m. Alvin S. Hallet.  THOMAS C., son of 2d William, m. Betsey, d. of Samuel Lanman, 1840, and had William T., 1842; Charles H., 1844, m. Miranda Burgess; Mary E., 1848, m. Isaac T. Hall; Laura A., m. Samuel McHenry; Robert Winslow; Eldon Russell, 1855, m. Sarah J. Heath; Ella, and Martha.  WAIT, son of 1st Isaac, by wife Susanna, had Thomas, 1769; Wait, and Phebe, m. Chandler Holmes. He m., 2d, Rebecca Bartlett, 1786.  WAIT, son of above, m. Polly, d. of Joseph Tribble, 1802, and had Mary Wait, m. Sylvanus Bramhall.  WILLIAM, son of 3d John, m. Lydia (Holmes) Savery, wid. of William, and d. of George Holmes, and had William.  WILLIAM, son of above, m. Temperance, d. of Thomas Churchill, 1804, and had William, Nancy, m. Branch Johnson and Anthony Morse; Thomas C.; Henry; Isaac, m. Ann Brown; and Eunice, m. Charles Raymond.  WILLIAM, son of above, m. Sarah Jane Brown, and

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had Abby J., 1848; William B., 1850; George H., 1852; Joseph B., 1854.  WILLIAM, son of 5th John, m. Harriet, d. of Seth Morton, 1835, and had Edward Winslow, 1835, m. Georgiana, d. of Elias Thomas; Harriet Elizabeth, 1837; and James M., 1841, m. Helen M., d. of Benjamin F. Field.

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AUSTIN, ISAAC, m. Bethiah Johnson, d. of John Ridgebi, 1824, and had Isaac L., 1824; Alva C., 1826; Elizabeth Owen, 1829; Selden, 1833; Henry Carter, 1836.  RICHARD, from Kingston, m. Rebecca Atwood, 1789.

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AVERY, JOHN H., m. Harriet G. Whitmore, 1839.  JOSEPH, from Holden, m. Sarah Thaxter of Worcester, 1815.

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