Genealogical Records of Descendants of
John and Anthony Emery
Of
Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts

Generation ~ Six  
 

2475 BENJAMIN CHASE m. int. 7 October 1781 ALICE BARTLETT b. 19 September 1761 d. c. 1849 d/o Daniel and Sarah (Tewksbury) Bartlett. He d. 31 December 1826 Sandown, New Hampshire. Rev. War Service.

Children:

6890 SARAH CHASE m. SAMUEL SAWYER

6891 ABIGAIL CHASE m. 17 January 1824 NATAHN GODFREY

6892 ALICE CHASE b. 15 February 1786; m. J. WALKER

*6893 SAMUEL CHASE b. 7 February 1788

~6894 MARY CHASE d. unm.

6895 NANCY CHASE m. JEREMIAH POOR; m 2nd THOMASS B. PARSONS

*6896 BENJAMIN CHASE b. 4 June 1794

~6897 RHODA CHASE d. unm.

 

2480 AMOS CHASE m. 19 September 1794 JUDITH LITTLE b. 19 June 1776 Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts d. 14 September 1860 d/o Joseph and Mary (Johnson) Little. He d. 22 February 1852 Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts:

Children b. Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts except 1st:

6898 MARY LITTLE CHASE b. 14 October 1795 W. Newbury, Essex,

Massachusetts; m. 2 June 1817 PAUL DOLE; d. 11 October 183O; 11 ch.

*6899 WILLIAM CHASE b. 6 April 1797

*6900 ELIZABETH BARTLETT CHASE b. 3 January 1799

*6901 AMOS CHASE b. 18 June 1803

*6902 HEZEKIAH SMITH CHASE b. 7 August 1805

*6903 SALOME CHASE b. 23 April 1807

6904 SAMUEL CHASE b. 1809; d. 17 February 1830

*6905 ANNA BRADLEY CHASE b. 19 April 1811

~6906 EMILY CHASE b. 15 April 1816; d. unm. 11 August 1836

*6907 BENJAMIN LITTLE CHASE b. 23 January 1821

 

Benjamin and Catherine (Campbell) Chase

2483 HANNAH CHASE m. Capt. 14 December 1786 WILLIAM STANWOOD b. 1744 d. 1800; m 2) JEREMIAH HODGDON. She d. 22 August 1833

Children:

*6907a CATHERINE C. STANWOOD b. 1800

6907b-g 6 children unknown

 

2485 SAMUEL CHASE m. 20 December 1804 MARY STANWOOD b. 13 June 1781 d/o William and Mary (Orr) Stanwood. He d. 24 March 1830 Brunswick, Maine

Children b. Brunswick, Maine:

6908 CATHERINE CAMPBELL CHASE b. 13 October 1805; m. 24 October 1832

WILLIAM WOODSIDE

6909 DANIEL CHASE b. 9 May 1807; d. 26 January 1845 Portland, Maine

6910 WILLIAM HENRY CHASE b. 22 December 1808; d. 3 October 1828 at Sea.

6911 MARY ELIZABETH CHASE b. 8 March 1811

6912 HANNAH MARIA CHASE b. 11 December 1812; m. 10 February 1840 JACOB

PENNELL

6913 JULIA CHASE b. 29 August 1815; m. 17 December 1835 JAMES PENNELL

6914 SUSAN ORR CHASE b. 12 January 1818

6915 ELEANOR STUART CHASE b. 1 January 1826; m. 4 January 1847

CHARLES STARBIRD

 

John and Ruth (Hills) Chase

2488 MOSES CHASE m. 1 October 1788 EUNICE MORSE b. 20 May 1772 Athol, Massachusetts d. 12 October 1835 Concord, Vermont d/o Joseph and Jemima (Wheat) Morse.

Children:

6916 SUSAN CHASE b. 14 November 1790 Lisbon, New Hampshire; d. 16

[March.] November 1828

6917 ANNA M. CHASE b. 28 November 1791 Lisbon, New Hampshire; m. 5

September 1813 HENRY HOWE d. 9 August 1798

*6918 JOSEPH CHASE b. 20 November 1796 Concord, Vermont

6919 LUCRETIA CHASE b. 9 August 1798 Concord, Vermont; m. SILAS

HARVEY; m 2nd RICHARD GOSS; d. 20 August 1880

~6920 PHEBE CHASE b. 27 August 1803 Concord, Vermont; m. WILLIAM REED;

d. 6 June 1882; s.p.

*6921 JOHN DENNISON CHASE b. 23 September 1806 Concord, Vermont

6922 BETSEY HILLS CHASE b. 9 September 1811 Concord, Vermont

 

2488 JOHN CHASE m. 1792 ELIZABETH ROGERS d. 13 March 1851 Sunapee, New Hampshire d/o Richard C. Rogers He d. 2 April 1851 Sunapee, New Hampshire.

Children b. Sunapee, New Hampshire:

~6923 BETSEY CHASE b. 4 June 1795; d. unm. 31 October 1813

*6924 RICHARD CARR ROGERS CHASE b. 19 December 1798

*6925 HILLS H. CHASE b. 2 July 1800

6926 ABIGAIL CHASE b. 1 June 1801; m. 30 June 1829 SAMUEL

BAILEY; d. 20 June 1879

6927 SARAH CHASE b. 30 September 1803; m. CHARLES GAGE; m 2nd

26 December 1856 HENRY REMINGTON; m 3rd WILLIAM C. STOWE

6927a ALAN CHASE b. 14 August 1806; d. 7 June 1834

6928 ALMIRA CHASE b. 14 May 1808; m. ALANSON FLETCHER; m 2) JOSEPH

TUCKER

~6929 FRANCIS CHASE b. May 1810; d. 19 February 1812

6930 ELIZABETH CHASE b. 18 October 1813; m. 1 June 1843 DENNIS G.

KNOWLES; d. 10 August 1894

 

2491 JOSEPH CHASE m. 7 May 1791 Sunapee, New Hampshire RUTH PIKE. He d. Painesville, Ohio 3 December 1859.

Children b. Wendell, New Hampshire:

6931 SARAH CHASE b. 29 August 1792; m. ABIATHER YOUNG

6932 PHEBE CHASE b. 30 March 1791; m. 1817 RICHMOND CLAPP

6933 JOSEPH PIKE CHASE b. 1 March 1798; d. June 1867 Wi.

*6934 JOHN LANGDON CHASE b. 7 February 1805

6935 JAMES SULLIVAN CHASE b. 13 April 1809; d. 24 August 1829

~6936 GEORGE CLINTON CHASE b. 12 June 1812; d. 1 June 1816

 

2492 PRUDENCE CHASE m. 25 November 1792 EBENEZER SARGENT (#8235a). She d. 17 March 1858

Children:

6937 JONATHAN E. SARGENT

6937a RUTH SARGENT b. 30 April 1797

 

Nathan and Mary (Merrill) Barker

2494 MOSES BARKER m. 18 March 1777 Mrs. RUTH CRANE.

Children:

~6938 MARY CRANE BARKER b. 20 November 1777; d. 8 February 1778

6939 WENDELL RANDOLPH BARKER b. 14 July 1780

6940 ESTA INAL BARKER b. 11 May 1782

6941 BRYAN PRESCOTT BARKER b. 10 August 1785

 

Jonathan and Mary SImmons) Hazeltine

2496 NATHAN HESSELTINE m. 14 May 1747 ELIZABETH FOLLANSBEE b. 1724 d/o William and Mary (Robinson) Follansbee.

Child:

6942 FOLLANSBEE HESSELTINE b. 1767

 

Timothy and Esther (Parker) Ladd

2497 ANNA LADD m. JONATHAN DELANO b. 8 October 1754

Children:

6943 JABEZ DELANO b. 1 July 1775

6944 JONATHAN DELANO b. 10 August 1757

6945 ANNA DELANO b. 11 August 1759

6946 PHILLIP DELANO b. 13 June 1761

6947 ESTHER DELANO b. 13 August 1764

6948 ZEBULON DELANO b. 19 February 1767

6949 CHOLORINDA DELANO b. 10 June 1769

6950 MASSACHUSETTSRAGRETTE DELANO b. 1773

6951 HIBBARD DELANO b. 26 August 1776

 

Nathaniel and Elizabeth (Rust) Ladd

2503 IRENE LADD m. 1761 JAMES CARPENTER b. 1741 d. 1813 s/o Ebenezer and Eunice (Thompson) Carpenter. Rev War Service. She d. 1817.

Child:

6952 EBER GREENE CARPENTER b. 1808

 

2505 HENRY LADD m. 16 June 1766 ABIEL RICHARDSON. He d. 9 August 1778.

Children:

~6953 JERSHUA LADD b. 15 February 1767; d. 11 August 1767

*6954 HENRY LADD b. 18 August 1768

*6955 HERMASSACHUSETTSN LADD b. 6 February 1770

~6956 JERSHUA LADD b. 11 April 1772; d. 2 February 1776

~6957 PERRY GREEN LADD b. 1 January 1774; m. DOLLY WHITNEY 30 Aug. 1797;

s.p.

~6958 CARIN LADD b. 8 June 1775; d. 10 December 1777

6959 HIRAM LADD b. 16 October 1776; d. 20 September 1800

*6960 BENOI LADD b. 24 July 1778

 

2506 NATHANIEL LADD m. 11 March 1773 RACHEL TILDEN d. 6 May 1829. He d. 12 January 1832

Children:

~6961 NATHANIEL LADD b. 16 January 1774; d. young

6962 LOIS LADD b. 7 February 1776; m. [-?-] EDIMINSTER; d. 21 February

1835

6963 JASON LADD 7 April 1778; m. BETSEY FULLER; d. 1928 Rutland, Vermont

6964 ANSON LADD b. 20 April 1780; m. HARRIET BAIRD

*6965 ROGER LADD b. 31 March 1783

~6966 SUBMIT LADD b. 9 May 1784; d. unm. 1847

6967 RACHEL LADD b. 4 December 1786; m. ELISHA DRURY

6968 CLARA LADD b. 10 April 1790; m. NEEDHAM DRURY

6969 POLLY LADD b. 17 April 1792; m. JOSEPH LOVEJOY

*6970 NATHANIEL LADD b. 29 May 1794

 

Samuel and Ann (Woodward) Ladd

2512 NATHANIEL LADD m. ABIGAIL SCRIPTURE. He d. 31 October 1837

Children:

~6971 NANCY LADD b. 15 October 1774; d. 6 June 1776

6972 ABIGAIL LADD b. 3 July 1776; m. [-?-] THOMASSACHUSETTSS

6973 LEINA LADD b. 27 July 1780; m. RICHARD SMITH

*6974 NATHANIEL LADD b. 17 June 1782

*6975 EPHRAIM LADD b. 23 October 1784

*6976 MASSACHUSETTSSON LADD b. 23 March 1788

6977 PARENTHIA LADD b. 12 February 1790; m. CHARLES SMITH

6978 BETSEY LADD b. 6 October 1793; m. 7 March 1816 HENRY KING

6979 NANCY LADD b. 12 June 1798; m. 24 September 1820 MOSES THATCKER

 

2513 SAMUEL LADD m. 18 May 1775 ELIZABETH REDDINGTON

Children:

*6980 ANSON LADD b. 2 March 1776

*6981 WEALTHY LADD b. 14 March 1778

*6982 ANNA LADD

*6983 SAMUEL LADD

6984 BETSEY LADD

*6985 JOHN REDDINGTON LADD b. 1749

 

2515 ASHALBAL LADD m. 4 April 1781 IRENE BABCOCK. He d. 1851

Children:

6986 ASHBEL LADD b. 14 October 1782; m. PHEBE HOWE

6987 PHEBE LADD b. 5 June 1784; m. ISAAC BLAKE

~6988 PHILANDER LADD b. 1 December 1786; d. young

6989 LUCINDA LADD b. 23 August 1788; m. WILLIAM BALDWIN

*6990 RALPH LADD b. 20 March 1790

*6991 ALFRED LADD b. 24 September 1793

 

2516 OLIVER LADD m. 4 April 1782 MARY BABCOCK. He d. 28 January 1883

Children:

6992 POLLY LADD b. 4 April 1785; m. November 1803 ELEAZER BALDWIN

6993 ALPHEASUS LADD b. 4 August 1787; m. 29 August 1809 BETSEY

CARPENTER

6994 CLARISSA LADD b. 13 January 1792; m. JOSEPH SANBORN

6995 MASSACHUSETTSRILLA LADD b. 25 February 1794; m. 25 January 1834 ABRAHAM

BREWSTER

6996 SALLY LADD b. 4 April 1791; m. LYMASSACHUSETTSN BROCKWAY; m 2nd CALVIN DAVIS

2519 FREDERICK LADD m. 10 November 1788 FANNY HODGES d. 7 August 1858. He d. 8 June 1851

Children:

*6997 FREDERICK LADD b. 26 September 1789

6998 CHARLOTTE LADD b. 17 September 1791; m. 10 March 1826 WILLIAM

PIXLEY

6999 ALFRED LADD b. 14 November 1793; m. 20 March 1824 SARAH STRANTON

7000 ROSANNA LADD b. 11 September 1796; m. 12 November 1817 IRA MORSE

7001 ORRIN LADD b. 9 May 1799

 

2520 ROGER LADD m. SALLY PRYOR

Children:

7002 HENRIETTA LADD m. PLINY DAY

7003 ELERIA LADD m. DAVID LANE

7004 SALLY LADD b. 1801; d. 20 May 1882

7005 LAURA LADD m. HORACE DARY

7006 MASSACHUSETTSRIA LADD b. 7 August 1817

 

Henry and Mary (Robinson) Bodwell

2520a HENRY BODWELL m. 12 December [1783] 1793 Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts SARAH “SALLY” LOWELL b. c. 1771 Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts d. 30 June 1851 Andover, Essex, Massachusetts He d. 11 December 1814 Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts

 

Henry served as a Private in his father's company, 11th Company, Essex County Militia (DAR Lineage Book, Vol. 21, p. 129). Henry's wife Sally applied for a pension 16 Oct 1838. At the time she was living in Reading, Massachusetts by Abstracts of Revolutionary War Pension Files, Vol 1, p. 311 Another list shows him as Private in the 3rd Massachusetts Regiment.

Children b. Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts:

7007 ELIA BODWELL b. 3 April 1794; d. 20 [30] December 1794 Methuen,

Essex, a.

7008 MOLLY ROBINSON [ROBERTSON] BODWELL b. 30 November 1795; m. 25

Dec. 1822 Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts PETER BELL

7009 MASSACHUSETTSRHTA OLIVE BODWELL b. 31 January 1798; m. 28 February

1819 Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts. ISAAC ROGERS.

7010 ELIAZBETH BODWELL b. 22 June 1801; m. 5 March 1850 Andover, Essex,

Massachusetts. CORNELIUS GREY b. 29 April 1879 Boston, Suffolk,

Massachusetts; d. 1881

7011 SARAH BODWELL b. 28 February 1803; m. 2 July 1826 Methuen, Essex,

Massachusetts. JONATHAN BADGER; m 2nd 26 April 1854 Methuen, Essex,

Massachusetts JOHN KIMBALL

 

2521 ISAAC R. BODWELL m. 26 March 1788 Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts ELIZABETH [BETSEY] MESSER b. c. 1775. He d. 7 August 1845 Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts

Children b. Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts:

7013 PERSIS BODWELL b. 16 March 1789; m. 5 [15] May 1808 HENRY DERBOR

PRESTON [HENRY DEARBORN PRESCOTT] b. 16 February 1788 Rumney twp.,

Grafton, New Hampshire s/o William and Elizabeth Preston

*7014 WILLIAM MESSER BODWELL b. 19 July

~7015 SUSANNAH MESSER BODWELL b. 4 June 1794; d. 10 June 1794

Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts

~7016 ISAAC BODWELL b. 15 March 1795; d. 12 January 1796 Methuen, Essex,

Massachusetts

7017 ISAAC ROBINSON [ROBERTSON] BODWELL b. 21 December 1792 [1796]; m.

19 June 1825 PERSIS SANBORN b. c. 1806 Sandbornton, Strafford,

New Hampshire; m. 2nd 1 June 1870 Cambridge, Middlesex,

Massachusetts ABBIE KIMBALL; d. after 1870 probably Sanbornton,

New Hampshire

7018 ELIZABETH BODWELL b. 24 January 1798; m. 28 August 1823 Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts. [Chelsmford, Massachusetts] JONATHAN JONES

7019 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN BODWELL b. 13 January 1801; m. [-?-]_; d. [20]

30 December 1844 aet 43 Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts

7020 SAMUEL PHILLIPS BODWELL b. 13 March 1803; d. after 1850 probably

Sanbornton, New Hampshire

7021 RUTH BODWELL b. 30 December 1804; m. 2 October 1837 Methuen, Essex,

Massachusetts. ERASTUS GOODALE ; d. 22 Jan 1841 Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts

7021a [-?-] Bodwell (dau.) b. 1810-15; d. after 1840 probably Methuen,

Essex, Massachusetts

7021b [-?-] Bodwell (son_ b. 1815-20; d. after 1840 probably Methuen,

Essex, Massachusetts

 

2524 JOSEPH BODWELL m. 17 Dec 1795 Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts MARY [MOLLY/POLLY] HOWE [HOW] b. 15 May 1775 Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts d. 30 [Aug.] September 1848 Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts Joseph lived on the paternal farm in Methuen, Massachusetts. (Essex Antiquarian, p. 174) He d. 21 October 1848 Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts

Children b. Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts:

7022 MARY BODWELL b. 13 [15] September 1796; m. 17 June 1819 Methuen

[Haverhill], Essex, Massachusetts PATRICK FLEMING b. c. 1792 d. 11

[14] Jul. 1735 Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts; d. 25 Feb. 1875

Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts

*7023 NATHAN BODWELL b. 23 September 1798

~7025 [JOSEPH] JOSIAH ROBINSON BODWELL b. 8 October 1800; d. 7 Oct.

[Nov.] 1815 Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts

*7026 HAZEN BODWELL b. 26 May 1803 [1808]

7026a HANNAH BODWELL b. [6] 9 June 1807; m. 23 January 1825 Methuen, Essex,

Massachusetts. BENJAMIN CURRIER b. 9 February 1802 Methuen,

Essex, Massachusetts; d. 23 October 1879 Boston, Suffolk,

Massachusetts

*7027 CHRISPOHER HOWE BODWELL b. 14 October 1809

7028 PERSIS BODWELL b. 23 November 1811; m. int. 18 March 1832 Methuen,

Essex, Massachusetts. EBENEZER GAGE [GATE] b. 25 October 1807 d.

1850 Little Falls, Herkimer, NY.; d. 31 December 1838 New York,

NY.

7029 ELIZABETH HOWE BODWELL b. 22 February 1814; m. 9 November [15/18

October] Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts ASA SIMONS [SIMMONS,

SIMONDS, SYMONDS]; d. 19 Nov. 1892 Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts

7030 NANCY BODWELL b. 16 March 1816; d. 29 August [12 September, 2 October]

1817 [20 August 1819, 22 October 1820] Methuen, Essex,

Massachusetts

*7031 JOSEPH ROBINSON BODWELL b. 19 June 1818

~7031a [-?-] BODWELL (son b. c. 1819; d. 1820

*7032 HENRY ARNOLD BODWELL b. 27 August 1820

 

William and Phebe (Bodwell) Morse

2528 MARY MORSE m. 12 September/November 1778 ISAAC LOVEJOY d. December 1832 s/o Isaac and Deborah (Shelton) Lovejoy. She d. 17 April 1835

Children:

7033 ISAAC LOVEJOY b. 3 February 1780

7034 BODWELL LOVEJOY b. 14 March 1782

7035 POLLY LOVEJOY b. 8 June 1784

7036 WILLIAM LOVEJOY b. 5 September 1786

7037 LEMUEL LOVEJOY b. 28 January 1789

7038 PHEBE LOVEJOY b. 5 December 1790

7039 HENRY LOVEJOY b. 22 December 1792

7040 ANNA POTTLE LOVEJOY b. 19 January 1796

 

2530 WILLIAM MORSE m. pub. 30 March 1785 Methuen, Massachusetts TRYPHENA WHITTER d. 3 May 1805 Hollowell, Maine d/o Richard and Elizabeth Whitter; m 2nd 29 December 1805 Mrs. JUDITH CARR. He d. Hollowell, Maine 17 April 1840.

Children:

*7041 ABIAH MORSE b. 15 April 1786 Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts

*7042 PHEBE BODWELL MORSE b. 15 November 1787

*7043 ELIZABETH BODWELL MORSE b. 10 April 1790 Loudon, New Hampshire

7044 HENRY BODWELL MORSE b. 15 February 1792 Loudon, New Hampshire

7045 NANCY MORSE b. 16 January 1794 Hollowell, Maine; m. 5 November 1820

SAMUEL E. WARREN

*7046 WILLIAM MORSE b. 13 May 1796 Hollowell, Maine

7047 MARY MORSE b. 10 February 1803 Hollowell, Maine

7048 CHARLES EDWARD MORSE b. 18 August 1808

 

2531 HENRY BODWELL MORSE m. 12 February 1789 Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts LYDIA HUNKIN b. 15 July 1764 Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts d. 6 August 1844 Loudon, New Hampshire d/o Robert and Hannah (Muzzey) Hunkin.

Children: b. Louden, NH:

*7049 BELA PORTER MORSE b. 19 November 1789

*7050 JOHN MORSE b. 10 December 1791

7051 ROBERT MORSE b. 27 December 1793

*7052 POLLY MORSE

*7053 SALLY MORSE b. 19 January 1797

7054 HENRY BODWELL MORSE b. 7 March 1799

 

2533 ESTHER MORSE m. 1 March 1788 SAMUEL LOVEJOY s/o Isaac and Deborah (Sheldon) Lovejoy. Res. Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts . and Louden, NEW HAMPSHIRE

Child:

7055 NANCY LOVEJOY b. 29 August 1789 Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts

 

2534 ENOCH MORSE m. 1796/7 PERSIS ORDWAY. Res. Salem, Hookset and Charlestown, NEW HAMPSHIRE

Children:

7056 ABIAH MORSE b. 12 April 1799; m. 1828 JOSIAH BACON; m 2)

20 October 1834 BENJAMIN F. SWAIN

7057 MASSACHUSETTSHALA MORSE b. 15 July 1800; m. JOSEPH STEVENS

7058 ABIGAIL MORSE b. 27 August 1802; m. 3 July 1834 Salem, New

Hampshire OLIVER PEABODY

7059 HAMMOND MORSE b. 24 November 1804; m. 11 September 1833 ESTHER

CUSHING

*7060 RUFUS MORSE b. 20 January 1807

7061 BETSEY ORDWAY MORSE b. 2 August 1809; m. [-?-][-?-] GRAVES; d. 12

August 1834

7062 ENOCH BODWELL MORSE b. 27 November 1811

~7063 PERSIS MORSE b. 28 January 1814; d. 16 November 1816

7064 LORADO MORSE b. 22 May 1816; m. October 1840 AMBROSE GRAVES

7065 PERSIS L. MORSE b. 6 October 1819; d. 19 July 1852

7066 WILLIAM W. MORSE Morse b. 4 September 1822; d. 19 April 1850

 

Joshua and Priscilla (Parker) Bodwell

2535 WILLIAM BODWELL m. 8 February 1785 [1786] Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts [Antrim, Hillsboro, New Hampshire RACHEL FRENCH b. 10 August 1762 Atkinson, Rockingham, New Hampshire d. 12 April 1837 Antrim, Hillsboro, NEW HAMPSHIRE; m 2nd 15 March 1805 Belmont Co, Oh MARY BRICE b. c. 1775

William was a private in Capt. John Peabody's company, Colonel Ebenezer Francis' Regiment on November 29, 1776. ( Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War, Vol II.) At the time William would be almost 14 years old.

According to William's pension deposition: William entered into the army the 1st day of March, 1777, in the company commanded by Captain John Wiley, in the Sixth Regiment of the Massachusetts Line, Michael Jackson, Colonel; John Brooks Lieut. Col.; William Hull Major. He served as a private first in the Northern Army wherein with his regiment he was at the capture of General Burgoyne with his army. William was present at both Saratoga battles to General Burgiyne’s capture. From there he Marched with his company to Valley Forge where he spent the winter. Soon after and before the expiration of his first term of enlistment, he re-enlisted September 28, 1779 at West Point, New York in Colonel Michael Jackson's 8th regiment, and remained until the army was disbanded at the peace in 1783. During this second enlistment, William was engaged in Monmouth Battle where he was captured with Colonel Thompson and escaped the same day.

William was described at the time of his first enlistment as: stature 5 feet, 4 inches; complexion light, hair light.

William and Rachel settled the Reuben Robinson place, west of Dutton's Pond in 1787. (Presumed to be near or in Antrim, New Hampshire but the Diary of Matthew Patten of Bedford, Nh references a Wm Bodwell who shared oxen with Patten on May 26, 1788). In 1800 he went to Ohio and he died there in 1834 .

Its not clear whether William and Rachel were divorced before he left for Ohio, or divorced later, or whether he simply abandoned his family and later married Mary (Brice) she first married Bell. (Belmont County Ohio Marriage Liscenses)

William Bodwell, s42629, MASSACHUSETTS Line, Appl. 30 Apr 1818, Athens County, Ohio, aged 59, a former resident of Methuen in Essex County, Massachusetts. In 1820 Soldier had a wife and children, to wit, daughters aged 14, 11, and 7, sons aged 9, and 2. Served as a Corporal. (Abstract of Revolutionary War Pension Files).

The Pension Roll of 1835 shows William drawing an annual pension of $96) Apparently, the pension act of 1818 only provided for those veterans who were in difficult circumstances. From William's pension application we learn that: " My occupation is that of a farmer. I am in tolerable health and capable of labor as most men of my age (59). My family consists of a wife who is healthy and active, and 5 children, the eldest a daughter 14 years old, feeble and not able to give me much aid, the second a daughter of 11 years, healthy and active. I have a daughter of 7 years who has continually for 5 years been under the care of a Physician and her necessary expenses have consumed all the produce of my labor. I have two other sons ages 9 and 2 years old.

By July 4, 1820, William had recently purchased 160 Acres of land in Athens County, for $430 of which he made a down payment of $20 and promised to pay interest. His assets were listed as follows:

Schedule of property of Wm Bodwell:

1 Cow 1 Trough

2 yearling calves 3 Hoes

8 Sheep 4 Augers

8 divine of 100 lb 1 Windlass

4 small pigs 1 square

6 fowls 2 chisels

1 horse 1 axe

One tract of land of 160 acres, the consideration of which was 48 dollars, which is mortgaged by me for 430 dollars with interest thereon from March 10th 1819. I having paid but 20 dollars for said land from the monies received for my Pension and the land is not mortgaged for the residence.

1 Kettle (Iron) of 10 Gallons 1 Frying Pan

1 Iron Pot of 1 Gallons 1 Par of Shovel and Tongs

doz Plates Liverpool ware 4 wooden bowls

doz tea cups and saucers 3 [-?-][-?-][-?-][-?-]

doz knives and forks

 

William received his pension in April of 1819. He apparently bought the land in contemplation of receiving the pension. William's 1819 farm was in Alexander Township, Athens County, Ohio. He d. probably Alexander Twp., Athens co., Ohio [c. April 1823] 7 February 1834

Children:

*7067 WILLIAM BODWELL b. 6 September 1786 Antrim, Hillsboro, New Hampshire

7067a SALLY BODWELL b. 4 September 1788 Antrim, Hillsboro New Hampshire; d.

unm. 25 April 1804

*7068 JOHN BODWELL b. 5 September 1790 Antrim, Hillsboro, New Hampshire

7068a HANNAH BODWELL b. 25 January 1793 Antrim, Hillsboro, New Hampshire;

m. 14 September 819 Hampton, Rockingham, New Hampshire

[Plaistow, New Hampshire] JOHN KNIGHT.

*7068b ANNE BODWELL b. 24 March 1795 Antrim, Hillsboro, New Hampshire

7068c EADE BODWELL b. 30 July 1797; m. 1818 Rev. DAVID ALSTIN; d. 1831

Atkinson, Rockingham, NEW HAMPSHIRE

7068d PRISCILLA BODWELL b. 3 March 1800 Antrim, Hillsboro, New Hampshire;

d. 8 October 1803 Antrim, Hillsboro, New Hampshire

2nd Marriage:

7068e MARY ANN BODWELL b. April 1806 Ohio; d. 9 October 1865 Alexander

twp.,,Ohio.

7068f ESTHER BODWELL b. 23 October 1807 Ohio; d. 5 September 1857 Alexander

Twp.,,Ohio

*7068g ROBERT BRICE BODWELL b. 29 April 1811 Ohio [Another has him listed

as being the son of Joshua and Sarah [-?-] Bodwell, his Uncle

7068g [-?-] BODWELL (dau.) b. 1810-20 Ohio

*7068h JOSHUA BODWELL b. 9 August 1818 Athens co., Ohio

7068i [-?-BODWELL (son)

7068j [-?-} BODWELL (dau.,j - 1 son & 1 dau

 

2536 Symonds Bodwell m. m. after 1794 ELIZABETH [- ?-]. He d. after 1810 probably Faring, Ohio.

Children probably Ohio:

ELIZABETH BODWELL b. c. 1794; d. after 1820 probably Lawrence, Ohio

EDITH BODWELL b. c. 1794; d. after 1820 probably Lawrence, Ohio

[-?-] BODWELL (son_ b. 1794-1800; d. after 181- probably Fearing, Ohio

[-?-] BODWELL (dau.) b. 1800-1810; d. after 181- probably Fearing, Ohio

[-?-] BODWELL (son) b. 1800-1810; d. after 181- probably Fearing, Ohio

 

2537 JOSHUA BODWELL JR. m. SARAH [-?-];

Settled in Marietta, Ohio about 1791, served in the Ohio Militia under Maj. Gen Joseph Buell 16 Dec 1806- 31 March 1807. "Nothing definite is known about his early life or about the date of his coming to Marietta, but, as he was one of those to whom donation lands were allotted by the Ohio Company, he was probably one of the settlers on the Ohio Company's purchase, who came about 1790. Other members also of the Bodwell family were among the early settlers at Marietta and elsewhere in Washington County, Ohio.

Donation Tract Lands were given by the Ohio Land Company to males (18 & over) who promised to carry a gun and protect the approaches to the Marietta settlement from the Indians. Each tract was for 100 acres and in some particular instances a man received more than one allotment. The period covered from 1790-1820 when the Indians were still to be feared. These 100 acre plots are laid out along the creeks or near the settlement and are coded according to land location. Joshua Bodwell #17 Southwest. On 11 Apr 1801, Joshua and his wife Sarah conveyed to Simeon Pool 100 acres (thought to be the donation tract). Earlier in the same year (15 Jan 1801) Joshua sold Lot 506 of the Ohio Company in Marietta to Griffin Green. On 2 July 1802, David Pierson sold Joshua an eight-acre lot, No. 285, which on 19 August 1803, Joshua sold to Set Fuller.

According to the records of Washington County, NW Territory (Ohio) Court of Common Pleas - Civil, Joshua Bodwell was engaged in no less than seven separate civil complaints between 1799 and 1803, both as plaintiff and defendant. This May explain the later move to Covington.

He moved to Covington, Kentucky apparently between 1823 and 1826.

Joshua is listed as a grocer on Front and Third Streets, Cincinnati, Ohio in the Cincinnati city directory for 1831

Source: The NEHG Register, October 1932, pp. 460-462.

 

He d. Covington, Kenton Ky. 17 [18] November 1873 aet 72 buried Linden Grove Cemetery

Children:

7069 RHODA BODWELL b. 14 August 1800 Marietta, Washington, Ohio d. 28

February 1882 Greencastle, Putnam, In.; m. 26 March 1820 Marietta, Washington, Ohio CHARLES SYLVESTER b. c. 1795 d, c,

1831; m. 2nd PETER LONGSHORE Covington, Kenton, Kentucky c. 1832 b. 29 February 1812 Utah d. 2 Jan 1885 Kentucky.

7070 [-?-] BODWELL {dau.) b. 1780-94; (prob. Angeline m. Charles Huff had

George N. b. 9 November 1853 Newport, Kentucky.)

*7071 ENOCH BODWELL b. 1800 Washington co., Ohio

7072 JANE BODWELL b. 4 March 1803 Marietta Washington, Ohio d. 30 November [-?-]ag Spring, ?Pendleton?, Kentucky; m. [-?-] DEARY; m. 2nd 28 September 1832 Covington, Kenton, Kentucky AMASSA OWEN b. 26

March 1793 Kentucky. d. 16 December 1869 Seostone, Kentucky.

7073 EDNAH BODWELL b. Marietta, Washington Ohio; m. 5 July 1824

Marietta, Washington, Ohio JACOB BROWNING born 4 March 1797 in

Pennsylvania and died 25 December 1870 in Ft. Wayne, Allen,

Indiana. He is buried in Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio

*7074 PARKER BODWELL b. 11 Dec 1809 Marietta, Washington, Ohio

7075 NELSON BODWELL [BOARDWELL] b. c. 1824 [1826] Kentucky.; d. unm.

1884 aet 70 Covington, Kenton, Kentucky

 

2541 HENRY WASHINGTON BODWELL b. 4 April 1784; d. after 1820 Vienna twp.,, Ohio m. 10 July 1808 Trumbull co., Ohio REBECKAH GATEMASSACHUSETTSN

 

1810, places Henry in Greene Township, Trumbull County, Ohio

Henry served in the 3rd Regiment of Ohio Militia (Hayes) during the War of 1812. (War of 1812 Muster Rolls)

Children b. Ohio:

[-?-] BODWELL (son) b. 1810-20

MARY JANE BODWELL b. c. 1820; d. after 1850 Gustavus, Ohio

 

 

Timothy and Mary (Bodwell) Merrick Jr.

2546 JACOB MERRICK m. 20 March 1770 JUDITH BARKER b. 24 March 1743 Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts d/o Ebenezer and Abigail (Morse) Barker.

Children:

7076 OLIVE MERRICK b. 19 January 1771; m. WILLIAM BENNETT

7077 ELIZABETH MERRICK b. 4 March 1772; m. BAILEY WEBSTER

*7078 ABIGAIL MERRICK

~7079 TIMOTHY MERRICK b. 23 August 1775; d. young

~7080 MASSACHUSETTSTTY MERRICK b. 20 November 1777; d. unm.

*7081 TIMOTHY MERRICK b. 23 October 1780

 

2547 SARAH MERRICK m. JAMES HIBBARD

Children:

7082 ESTHER HIBBARD

7083 MASSACHUSETTSRIANNA HIBBARD

 

2548 JOSEPH MERRICK m. JUDITH LITTLE (#3039) d. 23 May 1846. He d. 29 December 1823 Hampstead, New Hampshire Rev. War Service, was Sgt. in Capt. Joseph Ilesey's's co., Col. Cogswell Reg. Essex co., Massachusetts Vol.

Children:

*7084 JUDITH MERRICK b. 22 January 1771

*7085 JOSEPH MERRICK b. 22 June 1773

*7086 TEMPERANCE MERRICK b. 8 September 1775

7087 MARY MERRICK b. 16 March 1778; m. 1793 SAMUEL DALTON; 11 ch.

*7088 HANNAH MERRICK b. 3 July 1784

*7089 ABNER LITTLE MERRICK b. 22 June 1792

*7090 SARAH MERRICK

*7091 NATHANIEL MERRICK b. 26 December 1786

~7092 ABIGAIL MERRICK b. 28 October 1789; m. BARTHOLOMEW HEATH; d.

s.p.

*7093 ANN MERRICK b. 28 August 1791

*7094 JOSHUA MERRICK b. 20 May 1793

7095 LYDIA MERRICK b. 28 December 1796; m. OLIVER LAKE

 

2549 ELIZABETH MYRICK m. 22 June 1769 Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts WILLIAM EMERSON b. 25 August 1748 Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts d. 25 November 1827 Bridgton, Maine s/o William and Abigail (Pattee) Emerson. She d. 7 August 1833 Denmark, Maine

Children:

*7096 JAMES MYRICK EMERSON b. 29 August 1769 Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts.

*7097 EBENEZER EMERSON b. 17 July 17771 Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts

*7098 WILLIAM EMERSON b. 6 December 1773 Bridgton, Maine

7099 JACOB EMERSON b. 27 February 1776 Bridgton, Maine

7100 ELIZABETH EMERSON b. 18 January 1778 Bridgton, Maine

7101 ABIGAIL EMERSON b. 4 August 1780 Bridgton, Maine; m. -?-]

THORNTON

7102 PHEBE EMERSON b. 28 May 1782 Bridgton, Me

7103 NABBY EMERSON b. June 1786 Bridgton, Maine

7104 SUSAN [SUKEY] EMERSON b. 27 October 1788 Bridgton, Maine; m. [-?-]

ANDERSON; m 2nd JACOB BERRY

7105 SARAH [SALLY] EMERSON b. 3 January 1791; m. [-?-] SMITH

7106 LAINA EMERSON b. 27 July 1793 Bridgton, Maine; m. STEPHEN BERRY

7107 SETH EMERSON b. 18 April 1796

7108 JESSE EMERSON b. 9 June 1768 Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts; d. 27 November 1827

 

James and Elizabeth (Roberts) Bodwell

2551 HANNAH BODWELL m. 22 March 1759 Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts EBENEZER BARKER b. 5 November 1731 Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts d. 8 August 1805 Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts s/o Ebenezer and Abigail (Morse) Barker. She d. 1825 Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts

Children b. Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts:

*7109 EBENEZER BARKER III b. 15 May 1765

7110 BENJAMIN BARKER b. 24 June 1767

7111 SILAS BARKER b. 11 December 1769; m. 1802 ABIGAIL CLARK; d. 1836

7112 DANIEL BARKER b. 17 September 1771

 

2552 ELIPHALET BODWELL m. 24 July 1758 Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts HANNAH BARKER b. 29 March 1733 Andover, Essex, Massachusetts [Salem, Rockingham, New Hampshire] d/o Philemon and Mary (Lovejoy) Barker.

In August, 1757, the French and Indian War was in full tide. General Montcalm led a mixed force of French regulars, militia, and Indians in a successful assault on Ft. William Henry. Ultimately the defenders were paroled after savage treatment at the hands of the Indians. Eliphalet Bodwell was among the defenders of the fort. He served in Capt. Salonstalls’ Company from 7 March to 23 Oct 1757.

The same source shows Eliphalet in the service of Captain William Barron’s Company from April 11, 1760 to December 12, 1760. This company was probably part of the force holding Quebec at the time of the French surrender of Canada in September, 1760 at Montreal.

Eliphalet also served from 21 Jul 1761 to 6 December, 1761 in Capt Edmund Mooer’s Militia Company. (ibid)

DAR patriot index shows Eliphalet served as Captain from Massachusetts. A pay voucher for Abraham Annes of Methuen; private, is signed by Captain Eliphalet Bodwell, Colonel Edward Wigglesmith's Regiment for mileage from Albany home, dated Dec, 1776. Eliphalet also served as a 2nd Lt. In Frye's Massachusetts. Regiment. Colonel Frye's regiment was in the thick of the Battle at Bunker’s Hill on June 17, 1775. (History of Essex County, Massachusetts, pp. 298-299)

 

He d. prob. Unity, Cheshire, New Hampshire

Children b. Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts:

7113 ABIGAIL BODWELL b. 17 March [Nov. 1758] 1759; m. SAMUEL MEANS

7114 ELIZABETH BODWELL b. 20 [30] January 1761

7115 HANNAH BODWELL b. [22/25] 26 May 1762

*7116 JAMES BODWELL b. 1 May 1764

+7117 ELIPHALET BODWELL b. 21 [Jun.] July 1766 [1767]

7118 BENJAMIN BODWELL b. 12 April 1768

7119 MEHITABEL BODWELL b. June 1769; m. c. 1794 Standstead, Quebec GEORGE

LITTLE b. 24 July 1757 d. 11 September 1835 Holland, Vermont m 1st

HANNAH CLEMONS; she d. 18 May 1853

*7120 ANDREW M. BODWELL b. 12 July 1771 [census indicates 1773, Judith's

twin]

7121 JUDITH BODWELL b. 12 April 1773; d. 1852

*7122 JOAB BODWELL b. 26 May 1788

 

2553 BENJAMIN BODWELL m. [1] 12 February 1768 Simsbury, Hartford, Ct. MARY [POLLY] GRISWALD WOODBRIDGE b. 5 April [1747] 1749 Simsbury, Hartford, Connecticut d. 1 December 1833 [1835] aet 86 Simsbury, Hartford, Connecticut

In 1775 Benjamin enlisted as a Private, was Corporal in Capt. Abel Pettibone's command: 2nd Regiment of Connecticut Troops, and served as Sergeant in the 18th Regiment of Connecticut Militia in 1776, in the New York Campaign. Benjamin was discharged, December 18, 1776.

"Wee the Subscribers Hearing of the Distressing Situatsion our Breatheren are in at Boston by the mourders and Barberaties Committed on them by the King Troop: Wee Do volontarely Enlist our Selves to Go to Boston to assist our Brothering and to Defend our Just Rights and Prevledges under the command of Elisha Phelps and Job Case or any other man wee Shall Chuse to be our Commander as witness our hand this 21 Day of April 1775" Benjamin Bodwell, 3rd signee out of 17. Simsbury, Conn.

Benjamin is buried in Hop Meadow Cemetery, Simbury, Ct. (Graves of Revolutionary Patriots, Vol 1)

There is a family tradition told of Mary Woodbridge Bodwell. Nearly all the able bodied men in Simsbury were away serving their country in the Revolutionary War, and the boys were left to do the work. Benjamin had a grist mill and Benjamin and Mary's house was very close by. Mary was ill, and in bed with a young infant. One of boys rushed into the house saying, "There's a boy in the pond drowning." Mary sprang from her bed, rushed to the pond, rescued the boy-not her own-but one who had come with corn to be ground and while it was being ground was tempted to try the boat. Not knowing how to manage the boat, he fell overboard trying to recover an oar. Mary went back to her bed and suffered no ill consequences from her exposure. (Heather Robertson)

 

He d. 7 January 1787 Simsbury, Hartford, Connecticut.

Children b. Simsbury, Hartford, Connecticut.:

7122a JARREMY BODWELL bp. 23 April 1769

*7122b CLARISSA BODWELL b. 19 June 1771

7122c MARY [POLLY] BODWELL b. 17 April 1774; m. 13 September 1795

ALLYN HUMPHREY b. 8 March 1777 New Hartford,

Connecticut. d. 12 [22] Dec. 1825 Clairdon, Ohio; m 2nd c. 1847

ALPHEUS WINTER [WINTERS] b. 16 April 1780 Bloomfield, Hartford,

Connecticut.; she d. 14 April 1868 Clairdon, Geauga,

Connecticut.

7122d DOROHTY LAMB [DOLLY] BODWELL b. 2 January 1780; m. 9 November 1800

LEMUEL [LEONARD] MILLS b. 2 February 1773 W. Simsbury, Hartford, Connecticut d. 12 June 1808 Canton, Connecticut; she d. 12 April 1873 Canton, Hartford, Connecticut

*7123 AUGUSTUS BODWELL b. 30 November 1783

*7123a BENJAMIN WYLLYS BODWELL b. 2 May 1786

*7124 ERASTUS B. BODWELL b. 2 December 1776

*7125 JAMES BODWELL b. 2 December 1769

 

Samuel and Hannah (Bodwell) Pottle

2555 HANNAH POTTLE m. 16 December 1742 Methuen, Massachusetts JOHN HIBBARD b. 24 November 1716 Beverly, Massachusetts s/o John and Dorothy (Graves) Hibbard.

children:

*7126 JOHN HIBBARD b. 3 October 1743 Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts

7127 STEPHEN HIBBARD b. 29 August 1745

7128 ESTHER HIBBARD b. 27 August 1747; m. SOLOMON SMITH

7129 JAMES HIBBARD b. 25 July 1749

7130 MARY HIBBARD b. 13 November 1751

7131 JONATHAN HIBBARD b. 21 April 1754

7132 HANNAH HIBBARD b. 21 October 1759; m. JOHN BLITHEM

 

2556 SAMUEL POTTLE m. JANE [JENNE] PIPER

child:

*7132a BENJAMIN POTTLE

 

Stephen and Sarah (Lancaster) Bodwell

2558 WILLIAM BODWELL m. 24 December 1772 Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts SARAH ANNIS. Between 4 Jan 1819 and 2 Aug 1822, William was a Deacon of the First Church and Parish of Methuen, Massachusetts. The church was established in 1729. He d. 13 October 1824 Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts

Children b. Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts:

*7133 WILLIAM Jr. BODWELL b. [5] 15 [18] October 1773

*7134 JOSEPH BODWELL b. 25 October 1775

*7135 ABRAHAM BODWELL b. 5 May 1777

*7136 ENOCH BODWELL b. 4 September 1779

~7137 SARAH BODWELL b. 21 [Feb.] October 1781; d. unm. 18 August 1863

aet 82y 6m Methuen, Massachusetts

~7138 ISAAC BODWELL b. 13 September 1783; d. inf./1783? Methuen, Essex,

Massachusetts

~7139 RUTH BODWELL b. 8 September 1784; d. unm. 28 March 1855 Methuen,

Essex, Massachusetts

*7139a ISAAC BODWELL b. 8 September 1784; d. 15 Nov 1830 Methuen, Essex,

Massachusetts

 

2562 JAMES BODWELL m.[-?-]_

children:

7139b HANNAH BODWELL

7139c son

7139d son

 

Caleb and Tiffin (Bodwell) Richardson

2557 MARY RICHARDSON m. BENJAMIN HERRICK 23 October 1759

children:

7140 ISREAL HERRICK b. 3 November 1760

7141 HOWARD HERRICK b. 21 September 1771

7142 MARY HERRICK b. 3 November 1766

7143 TIFFEN HERRICK b. 3 June 1769

 

2587 PARKER RICHARDSON m. LYDIA HERRICK 26 August 1765 d. 30 September 1825 [1823] aet 79. He d. 7 April 1819 aet 80

Children:

7144 BILL RICHARDSON b. 12 June 1784

~7145 BODWELL RICHARDSON b. 27 April 1782; d. 4 Dec 1791

7146 CALEB RICHARDSON b. 14 May 1768

7147 EDWARD RICHARDSON b. 7 June 1770

7148 ISAAC BLUNT RICHARDSON b. 16 March 1772

7149 JOHN LACE RICHARDSON b. 3 March 1774

7150 KIMBALL RICHARDSON b. 9 February 1778

~7151 LYDIA RICHARDSON b. 27 February 1776; d. 12 August 1778

7152 LYDIA RICHARDSON b. 27 March 1780

7153 PARKER RICHARDSON b. 28 June 1766

 

Daniel and Abigail (Ladd) Bodwell

2583 DANIEL BODWELL III m. 2 January 1772 Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts ALICE MESSER d. 1 February 1843 Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts, she m 2nd JOSIAH GAGE. Daniel is buried in the Village Cemetery, Methuen Essex, Massachusetts. (Graves of Revolutionary Patriots, Vol 1.) Daniel died insolvent (Essex Antiquarian, p. 175.) He d. before 9 September 1808, will proved Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts

Children:

~7154 ELIZABETH [BETSEY] BODWELL b. 3 January 1773; d. October 1773 aet 9

months

7155 ELIZABETH BODWELL b. 7 September 1774; m. 10 September 1796

Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts. JOSEPH HARRIS

*7156 WILLIAM MESSER BODWELL b. 7 September 1777

*7157 DANIEL BODWELL IV b. 20 [21] June 1780

7158 ALICE B. BODWELL b. 4 [January] June 1782; m. ?6 April 1804

Methuen [Boxford], Essex. Massachusetts SAMUEL HASELTINE?; d. 22 Aug

1828 Bethel, Maine

7159 LYDIA BODWELL b. 17 October 1784

7160 FREDERICK BODWELL b. 8 April 1787 [6 April 1788]; d. unm. 13

May. 1868 Lawrence, Essex, Massachusetts

In 1814 Frederick was working as a baker. On February 10, 1814 he enlisted as a private in Captain Francis Stribling's First Regiment of Light Artillery. He served out his term of enlistment (presumed to be 12 months) and received an honorable discharge May 25, 1815. At the time of his discharge he was described as being about 26 years old, 5 feet, four inches tall, light complexion, black eyes, and dark hair. National Achieves, Bounty Land Files, Can 16, Bundle 569

Frederick received a bounty for 160 acres in the western lands and on November 29, 1817 received a patent on 160 acres of land in Hancock County, Illinois in Quarter section NE 29, Township 7N, Range 6W. War of 1812-Bounty Lands in Illinois He probably did not take possession of the land in Illinois. Most sold their patents to eastern speculators. The going price was $100.

*7161 JOHN BODWELL b. 24 June 1792

*7162 PERSIS BODWELL b. 24 January 1795 [26 January 1792]

 

2584 PARKER BODWELL m. HANNAH ABBOTT 27 February 1776 Andover, Essex, Massachusetts b. 1 May 1757 Andover, Essex, Massachusetts [Darcut, Middlesex, Massachusetts] m 2nd DAVID JONES [also given as SOLOMON COLBY d. after 2 October 1827 the army of Washington at Cambridge.

 

He was a minute man at the Lexington Alarm in Capt. John Davis' Company. (DAR Lineage Book, Vol 19, p.218)

 

He was a Private in Capt. John Davis' Company, Col James Frye's Regiment, which Marched on the alarm of April 19, 1775, service 7 days; reported enlisted February 14, 1775; also return of men in camp at Cambridge, May 17, 1775; also, receipt for advance pay dated Cambridge, June 8, 1775; also, company return dated Cambridge, Oct 5 1775. ( Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War, Vol. II) Colonel Frye's unit was in the thick of the Battle of Bunker's Hill on June 17, 1775.

 

“After word of the British attacks reached Methuen on April 19, 1775, Capt. John Davis gathered a company of men and boys and Marched to Concord Bridge, arriving in the evening at the close of battle. The Methuen company under Capt. Davis in the regiment of Col. James Frye also of a Methuen family, was in the very thick of the Battle of Bunker’s Hill, however.” (This is Methuen, The League of Women Voters).

 

He d. 7 August 1795 Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts

Children b. Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts

*7163 PARKER LADD BODWELL b. 23 March 1776

*7164 HEMAN BODWELL b. 3 October 1777

7165 SARAH BODWELL b. 20 January 1780; m. 12 February 1800 REUBEN BOLES

JR. b. 1700 d. [1868] 1886; 1 ch.

7166 SUSANNAH BODWELL b. 13 May 1782; m. 14 December 1800 Methuen,

Essex, Massachusetts. NATHANIEL MORSE [MOORE] b. 3 April 1789

Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts d. 24 Apr. 1843; 1 ch.

*7168 FANNY BODWELL b. 20 February 1784 [25 February 1781]; m. 7 October

1802 Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts TRUEWORTHY WHITE b. 1 September

1781 Methuen, Essex. Massachusetts d. 31 Oct. 1838 Methuen, Essex,

Massachusetts

7169 HANNAH BODWELL b. 28 August 1786; m.14 January 1813 Danvers, Essex,

Massachusetts ENOCH POOR

*7170 CHARLES BODWELL b. 25 [26/28] August 1788

~7171 ABIGAIL [NABBY] BODWELL b. 25 April 1791; d. 4 Dec, 1796 Methuen,

Essex, Massachusetts

*7172 SAMUEL ABBOTT BODWELL b. [24] 25 April 1791

 

2585 ELIZABETH BODWELL m. 12 [22] September 1771 Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts JOHN SARGENT JR. b. 5 August 1749 Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts m 2nd DOROTHY HUSE s/o John and Master Sargent. She d. 29 November 1803.

Child:

*7173 JOHN TUCKER SARGENT b. 24 April 1790 Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts

 

2586 ABIGAIL BODWELL m. SAMUEL HILDRETH 21 [24] May 1776 Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts b. 1750 Townsend, Middlesex, Massachusetts d. 1823 Delphi [Belpre, Washington] Ohio Rev. War Surgeon. s/o Oliver and Anne (Blaisdell) Hildreth. She d. 1822 Delphi [Belphre, Washington], Ohio

Children:

*7174 ABIGAIL BODWELL HILDRETH

*7175 SAMUEL PRESCOTT HILDRETH b. 1783

*7176 SUSAN HILDRETH b. 1777

 

2588 ALPHEUS BODWELL m. int. 1 May 1786 HANNAH BODWELL (#2619) d. August 1835 Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts

Children b. Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts:

7177 SAMUEL BODWELL b. 8 July 1786; d. [24] 26 October 1805 Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts

7178 MOSES BODWELL b. 3 October 1788; d. 28 March 1797 Methuen, Essex,

Massachusetts

7179 ALPHEUS BODWELL b. 13 February 1790; d. 11 March 1790_ [11 May

1792] Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts

7180 ALPHEUS BODWELL b. 9 October 1791; m. int. 6 September 1840 ABBIE S.

CLUFF; [d. 28 July 1794, d. at sea c. 1808]

7181 ELIZA BODWELL b. 7 August 1793; d. 28 July 1794 Methuen, Essex,

Massachusetts

7182 FREDERICK BODWELL b. 31 March 1795; d. 29 July 1797

*7183 HANNAH BODWELL b. 12 April 1796; m. 30 December 1823 Methuen,

Essex, Massachusetts TIMOTHY POOR d. 16 August 1845 Methuen,

Essex, Massachusetts.; d. 7 October 1847 Methuen [Andover], Essex,

Massachusetts

~7184 MOSES BODWELL b. 11 November 1798; d. 17 June 1801 Methuen, Essex,

Massachusetts

7184a [-?-} BODWELL (dau) b. 1804-10

7185 ALBERT MASON BODWELL b. 8 September 1804 [1811]; d. unm. 25 Nov.

1846 Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts

7186 SAMUEL BODWELL b. [2] 21 April 1806

 

2589 RUTH BODWELL m. 15 May 1784 Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts JOSIAH [JOSEPH] ABBOTT b. 29 December 1759 Andover, Essex, Massachusetts d. 1837 Bath,

Children b. Andover, Essex, Massachusetts:

7187 CHARLES ABBOTT b. 25 November 1754

7188 FANNY ABBOTT b. 20 December 1787

7189 RUTH BODWELL ABBOTT b. 1 January 1786

 

2590 JOHN LADD BODWELL m. DORCAS BODWELL (#2622) d. 26 July 1810 [1811] aet 44 Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts; m. 2) MARY [-?-]. He was a physician

Children b. Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts:

7190 SOPHIA W. BODWELL b. 9 April 1796

7191 JOHN ADAMS BODWELL b. 11 May 1797 [1798]; d. 19 January 1826 aet 27;

physician. spent several years as a resident of Nashville,

Tennessee before returning to Methuen, Massachusetts.

(Obituaries from Early Tennessee Newspapers 1794-1851)

~7192 RUTH CAROLINE BODWELL b. 25 June 1799; d. 1 August 1802

Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts

7192 RUTH CAROLINE BODWELL b. [-?-]; m. 24 February 1839 Andover, Essex,

Massachusetts AMOS CLOUGH MERRILL b. 1797 d. 1872; d. 1 August

1862

7193 ALMERIA BODWELL b. 12 December 1801; m. GEORGE A. WALDO 30 December

1823 Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts; m 2) 24 February 1839

Andover, Essex, Massachusetts AMOS CLOUGH MERRILL b. 1797 d. 1872

m 1st ELIZABETH [-?-]_; d. prob. 1 August 1862

7194 ABIGAIL L. BODWELL b. 9 October 1803; m. 17 May 1835 Methuen,

Essex. Massachusetts. HENRY D. PRESTON

7194a CAROLINE BODWELL b. 24 February 1805; d. 31 August 1888

Manchester, Hillsboro, New Hampshire

*7195 EDWIN A. BODWELL b. 6 April 1809 [1850 Census aet 34 b. 1816]

2nd Marriage:

7196 SUSANNAH BODWELL b. 18 January 1816

7196a PERSIS BODWELL

7196b DORCAS BODWELL m. AUGUSTUS L. WALDO

7196c AUGUSTUS L. BODWELL

 

John and Elizabeth (Messer) Bodwell

2597 JOHN BODWELL m. MIRIAM [MERIBAH] HOYT HAZEN WHITE b. 27 September 1758 Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts d. 21 December 1825 Somersworth, Strafford, New Hampshire d/o John and Miriam H. (Hazen) White.

 

John is listed as Captain, 5th Methuen Co, Col Samuel Johnson's (4th Essex Co.) Regiment. List of officers of the Massachusetts militia dated Andover, March 26, 1776; commissioned April 3, 1776; also Col. Jacob Gerrish's Regiment. Payroll for service from April 2 1778 to July 12, 1778, 3 mo. 3 days, with guards at Winter Hill. (State of Maine, p.777).

John and Miriam moved from Methuen about 1780 to Berwick Landing, Maine They lived at the side landing for a few years, then moved across the river to Somersworth, N.H. and from there (Dec 2, 1786) moved to Shapleigh, Maine

In 1795 John served as Selectman for the town of Shapleigh.

John is buried in Acton, Maine. (Graves of Revolutionary Patriots, Vol 1)

 

He d. 19 November 1811 Shapliegh, York, Maine

 

Children b. Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts:

*7197 JOHN F. [S.] BODWELL b. 14 October 1776

7198 MIRIAM BODWELL b. 4 June 1778; m. 15 March 1795 Shapliegh, York,

Maine DANIEL [DAVID] WOOD b. 5 February 1767 prob. Lebanon, York,

Maine d. 29 Jul. 1846; d. 16 May 1848

 

2599 NATHANIEL BODWELL m. 6 July 1773 MARY [Polly] BAILEY [BARKER/KITTERAGE] b. 31 March 1757 Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts m. 2nd c 1780 DOROTHY MORRISON

He was a yeoman and bloomer or iron-monger.

children b. Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts:

7199 NATHANIEL BODWELL b. 9 January 1776; d. 24 June 1796 Methuen, Essex,

Massachusetts

*7200 ZADDOCK BODWELL b. 27 December 1773 [1775]

*7201 BAILEY BODWELL b. 9 December 1777

7202 MARY BODWELL b. 17 May 1779; m. prob. HENRY WHITTER

children 2nd Marriage:

?EBENEZER BODWELL b. 2 Jun 1785 Bradford, Massachusetts; d. 4 Nov 1868

Andover, Me?

ENOCH BODWELL b. 1784-1790; d. AFT 1800

[-?-] BODWELL(Daughter) b. 1784-90; d. AFT 1800

[-?-] BODWELL (Son) b. 1784-90; d. AFT 1800

SARAH BODWELL b. 2 Jan 1793 Augusta, Maine; d. 21 Sep 1861 Vienna, Maine

SUSANNAH BODWELL b. ABT 1795 Augusta, Maine; d. AFT 1850

DOROTHY BODWELL b. 1790-1800 Augusta, Maine; d. AFT 1854

IRA BODWELL b. ABT 1796 Augusta, Maine

HANNAH BODWELL b. ABT 1801 Augusta, Maine; d. AFT 1850

HARRIET BODWELL b. 31 Jan 1803 Augusta, Maine; d. 27 Jul 1826 Augusta,

Maine

ESTHER BODWELL b. ABT 1805 Augusta, Maine; d. AFT Sep 1868

DAVID BODWELL b. 29 Oct 1806 Augusta, Maine; d. BEF Jan 1842 Augusta, Maine he served in the Aroostook War of 1838.

?JOHN BODWELL b. ABT 1807 Augusta, Maine; m. 14 Jun 1831

Ausgusta, Maine MARY TURNER b. c 1811 He d. after 1860 probably

Readfield, Maine No solid proof that he is their son to date.

Children:

MARY JANE BODWELL b. 13 Sep 1835 Hallowell, Maine; d. 18 Aug 1836

Hallowell, Maine

GEORGE BATES b. 16 Sep 1838 Readfield, Maine; d. 1840-44 Readfield,

Maine

JOHN BODWELL WESLEY b. Oct 1841 Readfield, Maine; m 1 Nov 1867

Lewiston, Maine E. W. IRELAND b. 29 Feb 1840 Snowhegan,

Maine; m 2nd 2 Sep 1872 Lynn, Massachusetts ANNETTE HOOPER

b. c.1845 Cambridge, Massachusetts. He d. AFT 1886 San

Francisco, Ca

Child:

MARY C. BODWELL b. c. 1875 Lynn, Massachusetts; d. after 1880

Coyote Pct, California

GEORGE BATES BODWELL b. 27 Nov 1844 Readfield, Maine; d. 11 Jul

1912        Napa Co, California was a Private in the 9th Regiment,

Maine Volunteer Infantry.

ALICE M. BODWELL 6 Feb 1848 Readfield, Maine

MATILDA A BODWELL b. ABT 1850 Readfield, Maine?; d. AFT 1880

Lincoln, Maine?

FRANCIS ALBERT BODWELL 6 Nov 1850 Readfield, Maine?; m. BEF 1920

Massachusetts?; m. 22 March 1876 Haverhill, Essex,

Massachusetts IDA F. DURLING b. Feb 1858 Vermont He d.

after 1920 Massachusetts

Child:

MINNIE MAE BODWELL b. 11 Aug 1876 Lynn, Massachusetts

 

2606 ASA BODWELL (capt.) m. 2 September 1800 Berwick, York, Maine NANCY BREWSTER. He d. c. August 1808 Berwick, York, Maine [Somersworth, New Hampshire ]

Children:

CHARLES G. BODWELL b. ABT 1802 Somersworth, New Hampshire; d. AFT 1870

MORTIMER BODWELL b. 1804 Somersworth, New Hampshire; d. 1887

probably Solon, Maine

ELIZABETH ANN BODWELL b. ABT 1808; d. AFT Jun 1880

 

Richard and Elizabeth (Bodwell) Whitter

2607 ABIAH WHITTER m. 31 January 1765 Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts ASA MESSER b. 27 April 1739 Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts d. 2 July 1806 Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts s/o Nathaniel Messer. She d. 11 November1809 Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts

child:

*7203 ASBIAH MESSER b. 26 September 1771 Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts

 

2608 WILLIAM WHITTER m. 1789 HANNAH POOR b. 1759 d. 1835 d/o Thomas and Phebe (Osgood) Poor He d. 1812

child:

*7204 ABIAH WHITTER b. 1798

 

Samuel and Elizabeth (Mensur) Bodwell

2618 SAMUEL BODWELL JR. m. [-?-]_. He d. after 1830 Constable, NY.

child:

*7204a SAMUEL BODWELL III b. c. 1783

 

2623 JESSE BODWELL m. 30 October 1803 Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts PAMELA MITCHELL

children b. Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts:

*7204b GARY ELBRIDGE BODWELL b. 5 February [March] 1804

7204c ELIZA BODWELL b. 13 July 1805; m. 28 August 1823 Methuen, Essex,

Massachusetts. JONATHAN JONES; m 2) 25 September 1828 Ipswich,

Essex, Massachusetts WILLIAM BAKER [BAILEY]

7204d [-?-] BODWELL (son)

7204e [-?-] BODWELL (dau)

*7204f FREDERICK JAMES BODWELL b. 26 January 1812

 

Zebediah and Phebe (Merrill) Barker

2633 DANIEL BARKER m. 1768 BATHSHEBA BLANCHARD d/o Nathan and Bathsheba (Abbott) Blanchard.

Child:

*7205 NATHAN BARKER b. 1784

 

Benjamin and Elizabeth (Merrill) Pierce

2641 BENJAMIN PIERCE m. 1787 ELIZABETH ANDREWS; m 2nd 1790 ANNA KENDRICK d. 1838.

 

He was a distinguished veteran of the Revolutionary War, serving under General George Washington. He was an original member of the Society of the Cincinnati. Following the war, he moved to Hillsborough, New Hampshire, and was assigned the task of forming the Hillsborough County, New Hampshire militia. In 1805, he was promoted to Brigadier General and assigned command of the New Hampshire state militia. Prior to becoming governor, he served twice as Sheriff of Hillsborough County from 1809 to 1812 and later from 1818 to 1827, and in the New Hampshire state legislature from 1789 to 1802.

 

U.S. Democratic-Republican Party politician, He served as Governor of New Hampshire from 1827 to 1828 and from 1829 to 1830.

 

He d. 1 April 1839 Hillsborough, New Hampshire and is buried in the town's Pine Hill Cemetery.

Child:

7205a CHARLOTTE PIERCE.

Children 2nd Marriage:

7206 Benjamin Kendrick Pierce (1790-1850)

7207 Nancy M. Pierce (1792-1837)

7208 John Sullivan Pierce (1796-1824)

7209 Harriet B. Pierce (1800-1837)

7210 Charles Grandison Pierce (1803-1828)

*7211 Franklin Pierce b. 23 November 1804 near Hillsborough, New

Hampshire

7211 Henry Dearborn Pierce (1812-1880)

 

Ezekiel and Hannah (Varnum) Hills

2651 THOMAS HILLS m. 26 October 1780 Litchfield, New Hampshire RUTH WHITTMORE b. c. 1751 d. 25 August 1826 d/o Benjamin and Hannah (Collins) Whittmore. He d. 30 March 1751

Children b. Nottingham West, New Hampshire:

7212AMOS HILLS-HILL b. 5 September 1781; m. MARY COLBURN b. 3 May 1786

7213 Nottingham West 3 May 1786 d. 9 May 1871 Hudson, New Hampshire

d/o Isaac and Lydia (Davis) Colburn; d. 5 Sep., 1871 Hudson, New

Hampshire s.p.; on 10 September 1846 had name changed from Hills to

Hill

*7214 ISAAC HILLS b. 20 July 1784

7215 THOMAS HILLS b. 20 July 1784; d. 14 April 1805 Hudson, New Hampshire

7216 HANNAH HILLS b. 14 March 1788; d. 31 December 1858 unm.

*7217 SALLY HILLS b. 2 November 1790

7218 RUTH HILLS b. 20 March 1793; d. 15 February 1859*

 

Henry and Hannah ([-?-]_) Hills

2655 WILLIAM HILLS m. SARAH SMITH. He d. 1830 Penfield, Monroe, NY.

Children b. Nottingham West, New Hampshire:

*7219 TIMOTHY SMITH HILLS b. 23 August 1784

*7219a WILLIAM HILLS b. 2 December 1786

*7220 HENRY HILLS b. 25 January 1789

~7221 JAMES HILLS b. 1794; m. 17 July 1836 Mrs. HANNAH (TWISS] LIVINGSTON

d. New Boston, New Hampshire 10 September 1873; s.p.

2657 EDNAH HILLS m. 26 September 1778 PHILLIPS HILLS b. Nottingham West, New Hampshire d. 14 July 1841 s/o Oliver and Abigail Hills. She d. Nottingham West, New Hampshire 25 October 1781.

Children b. Nottingham West, New Hampshire:

7222 JOSEPH HILLS m. before 22 November 1831 REBECCA [-?-]_

7223 ISAAC HILLS m. 7 February 1809 Merrimack, New Hampshire SALLY

MCKEON

~7224 MOODY HILLS b. 1781; m. SARAH CHASE (See #6772)

 

2658 ABIGAIL HILLS m. JAMES HILLS b. 8 November 1763 Nottingham West, New Hampshire d. 19 November 1846 Hancock, New Hampshire s/o Elijah and Miriam (Kidder) Hills. She d. 5 November 1804 Hancock, New Hampshire

Children b. Hancock, New Hampshire :

*7225 ELIJAH HILLS b. 24 December 1787

7226 SALLY HILLS b. 2 May 1790; m. JONATHAN [-?-]_; m 2nd [-?-]

HUNT; d. 26 April 1868

*7227 ABIGAIL HILLS b. 5 April 1792

7228 HANNAH HILLS b. 1 January 1794; d. 5 November 1860 Hancock, New Hampshire

*7229 JAMES HILLS b. 30 April 1796

[NOTE: SKIPPED # 7230-7729]

*7730 LUCINDA HILLS b. 26 July 1798

7731 LORENA HILLS b. 23 September 1800; d. 29 February 1880 Hancock, New

Hampshire

7732        MARY HILLS b. 14 August 1802; m. January 1843 EBEN PARKHURST d. 24

May 1868; d. 11 July 1881 Hancock, New Hampshire

2659 JONATHAN HILLS-HILL m. SARAH [-?-][-?-] d. 1791; m 2) SARAH [-?-][-?-] d. 6 November 1844 Hudson, New Hampshire He d. 20 July 1826 Litchfield, New Hampshire, Had his name changed to Hill on 10 July 1846

Children 2nd marriage b. Litchfield, New Hampshire :

7733 SARAH HILLS b. 13 August 1795; d. prob. young

7734 ABIGAIL HILLS b. 30 August 1796; m. 19 March 1816 WILLIAM

BARROW; d. Litchfield, New Hampshire 24 August 1865

7735 HANNAH HILLS b. 28 June 1797; d. unm. October 1869 Litchfield, New

Hampshire

*7736 JONATHAN HILLS b. 28 July 1798

*7737 ASCENATH HILLS b. 6 April 1801

*7738 ASA HILLS b. 20 December 1802

*7739 EZEKIEL HILLS b. 21 January 1804

7740 RACHEL HILLS b. 19 April 1807

 

Kendall and Mary (Harris) Parker Sr.

2665 NATHAN PARKER m. 7 March 1801 Dracut, Middlesex, Massachusetts ELSA GILCHRIST b. 20 September 1782 Litchfield, Ct. d. 9 May 1848 Dracut, Middlesex, Massachusetts d/o Peter and Damaris Gilchrist. He d. 2 September 1852 Dracut, Middlesex, Massachusetts

Children b. Dracut, Middlesex, Massachusetts:

~7741 NATHAN PARKER b. 27 March 1802; d. 21 November 1802

*7742 CLARISSA PARKER b. 4 October 1803

7743 NATHAN PARKER b. 7 July 1805; m. ?FANNIE JONES; d. 16

March. 1870

7744 MEHITABEL PARKER b. 2 August 1807; m. 24 December 1826 DANIEL BLAISDELL; d. 27 March 1847

~7745 AARON PARKER b. 23 February 1809; d. 24 August 1809 Dracut, Massachusetts.

7746 BETSEY PARKER b. 2 July 1810 Dracut, Massachusetts; m. 11 July 1837 GEORGE GUTTERSON

 

Hezekiah and Judith (Harris) Austin

2666a PETER AUSTIN m. 27 March 1770 Pelham, Hillsboro, New Hampshire DEBORAH GAGE b. 8 May 1753 Pelham, Hillsboro, New Hampshire d. 19 October 1809 Jay, Franklin, Maine d/o Amos and Mehitable (Kimball) Gage. He d. 3 September 1792 Pelham, Hillsboro, New Hampshire

child:

7746a JOEL AUSTIN b. 6 April 1789 Bethel, Oxford, Maine

 

Israel and Mary (Farren) Huse

2667 JONATHAN HUSE m. c. 1768 JUDITH [-?-]. He d. 25 February 1819 Strafford, Vermont

Children b. Sandown, NEW HAMPSHIRE:

7747 DOROTHY HUSE b. 8 March 1769; m. 5 March 1794 Hampstead, New

Hampshire MOSES HUNKINS

7748 SARAH HUSE b. 11 September 1771

*7749 JOSEPH HUSE b. 15 March 1773

7750 JUDITH HUSE b. 21 July 1775; d. young

*7751 ISREAL HUSE b. 5 May 1778

7752 JOHN HUSE b. 24 July 1780

7753 ANNA HUSE b. 3 February 1783

7754 WILLIAM HUSE b. 3 July 1785; d. 9 August 1846 Amesbury,

Massachusetts.

7755 JUDITH HUSE b. 3 January 1790; m. 8 December 1808 Strafford, Vermont

SIMEON BACON

7756 MARY HUSE b. 15 August 1792; m. 23 July 1811 Stafford, Vermont

NATHAN WEST

 

Bodwell and Mercy (Collins) Huse

2672 COLLINS HUSE m. ABIGAIL BRADLEY d. 20 August 1842 aet 78. He d. E. Haven, Ct. 30 September 1818.

Children b. E. Haven, Ct.:

~7757 HULDAH HUSE b. 18 June 1793; d. 6 April 1812 unm.

7758 NANCY HUSE b. 11 May 1796; m. STEPHEN THATCKER

7759 COLLINS HUSE b. 24 January 1798; lost at sea after 28 Jul. 1815

~7760 SARAH BRADLEY HUSE b. 28 June 1801; d. 24 March 1805

7761 SUSAN HUSE b. 19 July 1804; m. WICKHAM MILLS

7762 JOHN HUSE b. 21 July 1806; d. 24 March 1815

 

2673 REBECCA HUSE m. THOMAS HOWELL; m 2nd 14 August 1794 JOSIAH MOULTON.

Children:

7763 WILLIAM THOMAS HOWELL b. 11 February 1788; m. BETSEY LINDSEY

7764 CHARLES MOULTON

7765 HARRIET MOULTON m. POWERS GREEN

 

Isaac and Abigail (Hills) Bailey

2677 SUSANNAH BAILEY m. 23 September 1752 JOSEPH BROWN

Children:

7766 JOSEPH BROWN b. 24 January 1764

7767 SUSANNAH BROWN b. November 1765

7768 RHODA BROWN b. April 1769

 

2678 ABIGAIL BAILEY m. ENOCH LONG.

Children:

7769 ENOCH LONG b. 16 October 1760

7770 ABIGAIL LONG b. 21 October 1762

7771 ISAAC LONG b. 1 November 1764

7772 ELEANOR LONG b. 30 March 1767

7773 HANNAH LONG b. 23 October 1769

7774 DAVID LONG b. 3 February 1772

7775 SAMUEL LONG b. 22 July 1774

 

2679 ABNER BAILEY m. 24 May 1758 ABIGAIL CHENEY d/o Nicholas and Frances (Tenney) Cheney b. 14 October 1718 d. 28 December 1783; m 2) 7 April 1785 JUDITH (BAILEY) KENDRICK (#12991) d. 17 August 1837. He d. 29 January 1821. All buried Sawyer Hill Cemetery Newburyport, Essex, Massachusetts

Children:

7776 ISAAC BAILEY b. 17 September 1763

*7777 ABNER BAILEY b. 8 October 1765

7778 ABIGAIL BAILEY b. 7 September 1768

7779 MOSES BAILEY b. 2 April 1772

7780 JOSEPH BAILEY b. 29 August 1775

children 2nd marriage:

*7781 JOHN BAILEY b. 21 April 1787

7782 JUDITH BAILEY b. February 1789

 

2682 ISAAC BAILEY m. 25 August 1764 MARY MARCH

Children:

7783 ISAAC BAILEY b. 14 February 1766

7784 ENOCH BAILEY b. 9 March 1769

7785 WILLIAM BAILEY b. 6 May 1776

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