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Sarah EASTMAN was born on 15 SEP 1808 in Sutton, Caledonia County, Vermont. She died on 8 JUN 1870 at Sutton, Caledonia County, Vermont. SOURCE: "A Genealogy of the Descendants of Abraham Colby and Elizabeth Blaisdell, his wife Who settled in Bow in 1768" By one of them, Concord, NH Printed by the Republican Press Association 1895. Parents: Stephen EASTMAN and Rachel CLEMENT.

Spouse: Andrew P. TAFT. Andrew P. TAFT and Sarah EASTMAN were married on 8 DEC 1831 in Sutton, Caledonia County, Vermont. Children were: Stephen E. TAFT, Moulton A. TAFT.


Sarah A. EASTMAN was born on 9 FEB 1849 in Lisbon, Grafton County, New Hampshire. (BOOK SOURCE: "The Fourteen of Us, A History of the COLBY Family of Lunenburg, Vermont", by Ruby Colby Beecher. Copyright 1985.) Parents: David EASTMAN and Emily STREETER.


Sarah J. EASTMAN was born about 1841 in Wheelock, Caledonia County, Vermont. She appeared in the census in 1850 in Wheelock, Caledonia County, Vermont. (living at home with father and mother.) Listed in 1850 census. Parents: Beri EASTMAN and Rachel PEARL.


Sariah EASTMAN was born about 1839 in Lyndon, Caledonia County, Vermont. SOURCE: "A Genealogy of the Descendants of Abraham Colby and Elizabeth Blaisdell, his wife Who settled in Bow in 1768" By one of them, Concord, NH Printed by the Republican Press Association 1895. Parents: Silas EASTMAN and Hannah MATTHEWS.


Serena EASTMAN was born about 1831 in Vermont. She appeared in the census on 23 JUL 1870 in Topsham, Orange County, Vermont. She appeared in the census on 4 JUN 1880 in Topsham, Orange County, Vermont.

Spouse: John CLARK. John CLARK and Serena EASTMAN were married on 24 MAR 1863 in Topsham, Orange County, Vermont. Children were: Sarah CLARK, Imogen CLARK.


Seth M. EASTMAN was born on 4 AUG 1843 in Topsham, Orange County, Vermont. He appeared in the census on 24 SEP 1850 in Topsham, Orange County, Vermont. (living at home with father and mother.) He appeared in the census on 24 AUG 1860 in Topsham, Orange County, Vermont. (living at home with father and mother.) Parents: Bernard EASTMAN and Hannah Jane WEED.


Shuah EASTMAN was born on 5 DEC 1731 in Kingston, Rockingham County, New Hampshire. She died in 1776 at Epping, Rockingham County, New Hampshire.

Spouse: Chase OSGOOD. Chase OSGOOD and Shuah EASTMAN were married about 1768 in Epping, Rockingham County, New Hampshire. Children were: Samuel OSGOOD (twin), Martha OSGOOD (twin), Shuah OSGOOD, Apphia OSGOOD.


Silas EASTMAN was born on 2 MAR 1816 in Bow, Merrimack County, New Hampshire. SOURCE: "A Genealogy of the Descendants of Abraham Colby and Elizabeth Blaisdell, his wife Who settled in Bow in 1768" By one of them, Concord, NH Printed by the Republican Press Association 1895. Parents: David EASTMAN and Rhoda BREWER.

Spouse: Hannah MATTHEWS. Silas EASTMAN and Hannah MATTHEWS were married about 1838. Children were: Sariah EASTMAN, Frank EASTMAN, Rosa EASTMAN.


Simeon EASTMAN was born on 13 DEC 1755 in Hopkinton, Merrimack County, New Hampshire. Parents: Enoch EASTMAN and Rebecca ABBOTT.


Simeon EASTMAN was born on 22 FEB 1844 in Franconia, Grafton County, New Hampshire. (BOOK SOURCE: "The Fourteen of Us, A History of the COLBY Family of Lunenburg, Vermont", by Ruby Colby Beecher. Copyright 1985.) Parents: David EASTMAN and Emily STREETER.


Sinda EASTMAN was born on 23 FEB 1804 in Bow, Merrimack County, New Hampshire. She died on 10 MAY 1827. SOURCE: "A Genealogy of the Descendants of Abraham Colby and Elizabeth Blaisdell, his wife Who settled in Bow in 1768" By one of them, Concord, NH Printed by the Republican Press Association 1895. Parents: Stephen EASTMAN and Rachel CLEMENT.


Stephen EASTMAN was born on 15 MAR 1727 in Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. He has Ancestral File Number GD34-FD. Parents: Joseph EASTMAN and Abigail MERRILL.


Stephen EASTMAN was born on 27 MAR 1744 in Newton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire. He died after 1806 at Sutton, Caledonia County, Vermont.
STEPHEN EASTMAN,
the second son of Isaac, married Anna Colby and moved to Bow, N. H. in 1774 or '75. In 1776, the selectmen of the towns of the state circulated association "Test papers" which are now on file in the Secretary of State office at Concord and read as follows:
"We, the subscribers, do hereby engage and promise that we will to the utmost at the risk of our lives and fortunes with arms oppose the hostile proceedings of the British fleets and armies against the United American Colonies."

On the paper filed by the town of Bow, N. H. appears the name of Ste­phen Eastman, he being one of 8199 men who signed in the State of New Hampshire. The paper uttered treason against the mother country; every person signing it, if the colonies should not succeed, would be liable to have his property confiscated and himself to be hung or banished. Imagine the trial for a man with four small children to support the oldest not yet seven, to take such a stand! But none who knew him will doubt that when he was convinced that it was right that he would try to evade any part of it. Some here can well remember that until past eighty, he would with staff in hand every Sabbath, in fair or foul weather, walk 6 or 8 miles and return to attend the church of which he was a member.

The children of Stephen and Anna Eastman were:
Elizabeth, born, Oct. 22, 1767:
Hannah, born, Oct. 13, 1769:
Elizabeth, born, Nov. 30, 1771 :
Janeworth, born, Mar. 29, 1774:
Stephen, born, July 23, 1776:
Rachel, B., born, January 1779:
Eli, born, Nov. 15, 1782:
Anna, born, Aug. 12, 1785:
David, born, July 3, 1788:
Mary, born, Apr. 30, 1791 :

Stephen had a small place, but was a shoemaker and followed his trade, and wished to have his son, Stephen, also fol­low the same business ; but it was distasteful to him, and when, one day, a pair of shoes, not very clean brought in to be repaired, his father requested him to clean and mend them, he bolted, or stated, then and there, that with this job ended his shoemaker's trade. Not long after, as according to the custom in those days, for the shoemaker to go from house to house to make the in­habitants their boots and shoes, his fa­ther was away on one of these expedi­tions, Stephen, Jr. went and confered with his uncle Colby about what course he should pursue, who advised him to make a bee and fell 10 acres of trees on his father's farm and follow farming. He then was only fifteen, but fol­lowed the advice.

When his father came home and saw what had been done in his ab­sence, he exclaimed we are ruined! But from that time things began to prosper better and he admired the management of his son so well he gave all the prop­erty into his hands, expecting him to stay at home and take care of him and his wife in their old age. After a lit­tle, a new house was to be erected. — The father wished the front to face the highway, but Stephen prefered the end to face the road. Each was so strong that theirs was the best way, Stephen said, I will assist to get the frame up, then I shall seek some other place for myself. Small matters at first have caused nations to change their course, the same will hold of individuals. The way a house should front resulted in Stephen Eastman, Jr. leaving the old home and emigrating to Vermont. — He first went to his uncle William Clement in Danville, who kindly spent some time in assisting his nephew in finding a place to locate. They first looked over Danville and Wheelock, then came to Billymead, now Sutton, and purchased 100 acres, July 12, 1804, it being a part of the farm Jonathan Eastman now owns. Not a tree had then been cut ; the only log-cabin from Lyndon and Wheelock town lines to this place was Deacon Richardson's. After receiving a deed, he contracted to have the trees felled on 10 acres and the land cleared ready for a crop in the spring of 1806.

He moved from New Hampshire in February 1806, into Bradbury M. Richardson's house, which stood near the orchard in the field toward C. W. Willard's residence; June 16th, following raised a house on his premises near the house in which Jonathan Eastman now lives ; and David East­man was born the same day. He mov­ed into his house during the summer. Rachel, his wife, was obliged to go to Deacon Richardson's for some time still to do her baking. She had to carry David, the baby in her arms, and he, Lyndia, the little girl two years old — and the meal. The boards to cover his house he had to drag with a team from the Hollow. As late as 1816, the only clock in town was owned by Caleb Fish and there were 2 watches and 9 framed houses in town. How could we do, do you think, with only three time-pieces in town? or go the best of a mile and carry two babies through the wood to bake? or to draw our boards 3 miles to cover our buildings — with a chain? Yet our fathers and mothers were obli­ged to undergo these hardships; and I presume did without a murmur. These early settlers are very good examples for us to look back upon, if the cares of life pressed they never thought of suicide ; but "put their shoulder to the wheel.

He was interested in the State, in its matters; he was interested in the church and ever ready to perform his part. In 1837, when schisms had crept into the churches here and destroyed their use­fulness and it was thought best to re­organize the Free Will Baptist Church in Sutton, he threw open his doors and Rev. Daniel and Joshua Quinby and David Sweat formed themselves with twenty others into a church which has ever prospered and is the same organization now at Sutton Village.

Although the Eastmans have never been distinguished for great things they have ever been performing little acts of kindnesses, one of which I will nar­rate. It was a custom of early settlers to serve a notice on persons liable to come to want, warning them out of town. Stephen Eastman had lived in town about four years when the matter came up in a town-meeting of warn­ing Aaron Baldwin and his family to depart from town so they might not gain a residence. Stephen Eastman was not accustomed to speaking in public, but on this occasion he arose and addressed his fellow townsmen with so much feeling and justice Mr. Baldwin was not warned out, nor any other person for several years after.

He was very eccentric in some things, especially in his dress. On one occa­sion, doing business at Sutton Corner, one of the villagers said to him why do you come here in such clothes? Why not wear better ones?" The old gentleman looked at the good suit of his interrogator and replied, "I pay for what I wear!" Perhaps his inter­rogator's not paying for his apparel was the first step which lead him to ruin. Often have we seen this venerable man at church dressed in his home-made pants, vest and blue woolen frock, and I have thought that he took as much pride in wearing such suits as his girls did in their silk dresses and gold neck laces with which he had furnished them.

Another characteristic trait of our good old man was rising early and re­tiring early; many and many a time, have we known him retire before dark and be up by three o'clock at work the next morning. The year that he was eighty, he rove and shaved by hand 135.000 shingles.

Eli Eastman, his brother, had a good farm in the town of Wheelock, and was a tolerable good farmer, and a man of property, but was different in many respects from the rest of his relatives: they were spry at work, he slow ; they had their work done in season, he was always behind ; they were ready to re­tire early, he late ; they had their debts paid, he was sometimes slack about his.

On one occasion a creditor brought a suit against him and then proposed to have his brother, Stephen, come over and appraise neat cattle enough to pay him and he would take them at Steph­en's appraisal, to which Eli agreed and Stephen came over from Sutton and appraised the cattle; but when Eli heard the price, he refused to let them go. — Stephen and the creditor took the bars of the fence down, drove them away, and that debt was paid.

When Stephen, Jr. left his parents in Bow, N. H. he had a deed of the property there. As soon as Stephen had gone, his father selected David, his youngest son to stay at home, a man of aimable and even disposition. Stephen, Jr. soon saw it would be for the advantage of his father and brother to come to Vermont to live, and he select­ed a tract in the edge of Lyndon and adjoining his farm for them, and then went to Bow for them ; but no argument could convince them until he said you will be obliged to go with me, for I have sold and deeded the house. He had done it over their heads, neces­sity compelled them to leave. On their removal, the whole family, 9 children and their families with one exception, came to Vermont.

There have not been any very emi­nent men in this branch of the Eastmans; but if we have no great men to admire or refer to in our family pride, we have something far superior. — We can boast, and I am proud to, that not one in the connection, was ev­er convicted or even accused of any crime; nor are there any drunkards, nor any that make a practice to use profane language ; nor do you see them noisy, rude, ready to dispute, quarrel or fight. They are quiet, peaceable citizens such as have a tendency to elevate any community in which they reside.

Parents: Roger EASTMAN and Rachel NICHOLS.

Spouse: Anna COLBY. Stephen EASTMAN and Anna COLBY were married in 1767 in Newton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire. Children were: Elizabeth EASTMAN, Hannah EASTMAN, Elizabeth EASTMAN, Jane Worth EASTMAN, Stephen EASTMAN, Rachel EASTMAN, Eli EASTMAN, Anna EASTMAN, David EASTMAN, Molly/Mary EASTMAN.


Stephen EASTMAN was born on 13 JUL 1776 in Newton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire. He died on 30 SEP 1860 at Sutton, Caledonia County, Vermont. SOURCES: (1) "The Colby Family in Early America" by Frederick Lewis Weis, Caledonia, The Colonial Press, pub 1970; (2) "A Genealogy of the Descendants of Abraham Colby and Elizabeth Blaisdell, his wife Who settled in Bow in 1768" By one of them, Concord, NH Printed by the Republican Press Association 1895. Parents: Stephen EASTMAN and Anna COLBY.

Spouse: Rachel CLEMENT. Stephen EASTMAN and Rachel CLEMENT were married on 30 OCT 1803 in New Hampshire. SOURCE: FHL Number 1000989; Marriage: Rachel CLEMENT Date: 30 Oct 1803; Recorded in: Birth and Marriage Index for New Hampshire. Children were: Sinda EASTMAN, David EASTMAN, Sarah EASTMAN, Mary EASTMAN, Rhoda EASTMAN, Anna EASTMAN, Deacon Stephen EASTMAN, Jonathan EASTMAN, Bradbury EASTMAN, John EASTMAN.


Deacon Stephen EASTMAN was born in JUL 1817 in Sutton, Caledonia County, Vermont. He died in 1860 at Sutton, Caledonia County, Vermont. SOURCE: "A Genealogy of the Descendants of Abraham Colby and Elizabeth Blaisdell, his wife Who settled in Bow in 1768" By one of them, Concord, NH Printed by the Republican Press Association 1895. Parents: Stephen EASTMAN and Rachel CLEMENT.

Spouse: Rhoda NELSON. Deacon Stephen EASTMAN and Rhoda NELSON were married on 29 OCT 1840 in Sutton, Caledonia County, Vermont. Children were: Edwin N. EASTMAN, Orissa A. EASTMAN, George O. EASTMAN, Ward B. EASTMAN.


Stephen EASTMAN was born on 13 OCT 1851 in Canaan, Grafton County, New Hampshire. Son of James EASTMAN & Susan WILLIAMS. He died on 16 JUN 1898 at Hanover, Grafton County, New Hampshire. He was buried in Canaan, Grafton County, New Hampshire. (West Canaan Cemetery.)

Spouse: Almeda D. COLBY. Stephen EASTMAN and Almeda D. COLBY were married on 1 JAN 1880 in Canaan, Grafton County, New Hampshire. (SOURCE: FHL Number 1000989; EASTMAN, Stephen Age: 28 years, Marriage: Almeda D. COLBY Age: 24 years, Date: 01 Jan 1880; Recorded in: Birth and Marriage Index for New Hampshire.) Children were: Arthur Henry EASTMAN, Susan Ella EASTMAN, Mary French EASTMAN, Grant Colby EASTMAN, Grace Helen EASTMAN.


Stephen Clement EASTMAN was born on 2 SEP 1831 in Sutton, Caledonia County, Vermont. SOURCE: "A Genealogy of the Descendants of Abraham Colby and Elizabeth Blaisdell, his wife Who settled in Bow in 1768" By one of them, Concord, NH Printed by the Republican Press Association 1895. Parents: David EASTMAN and Deborah ANGRAI.

Spouse: Clara HASTINGS. Stephen Clement EASTMAN and Clara HASTINGS were married on 2 SEP 1852 in Sutton, Caledonia County, Vermont. Children were: Wilbur N. EASTMAN, Mary D. EASTMAN.


Susan EASTMAN was born on 28 JUL 1898 in Vancouver Barracks, Clark County, Washington. Parents: Frank French EASTMAN and Susan Jane COLBY.


Susan C. EASTMAN was born on 16 MAY 1801 in Chatham, Carroll county, New Hampshire. She appeared in the census on 24 AUG 1850 in New Bedford, Bristol County, Massachusetts. She appeared in the census on 1 SEP 1860 in New Bedford, Bristol County, Massachusetts. She died on 22 JAN 1870 at New Bedford, Bristol County, Massachusetts.

Spouse: Dr. Elijah COLBY. Dr. Elijah COLBY and Susan C. EASTMAN were married on 27 OCT 1829 in Concord, Merrimack County, New Hampshire. (SOURCE: FHL Number 1000976; COLBY, Elijah, Marriage: Susan EASTMAN, Date: 27 Oct 1829; Recorded in: Birth and Marriage Index for New Hampshire.)

Date: November 02, 1829
Location: New Hampshire
Paper: New-Hampshire Patriot
Article type: Matrimony Notice

In this town, on Tuesday evening last by Rev. Mr. Bouton, Dr. Elijah Colby to Miss Susan Eastman, daughter of the late Asa Eastman of Chatham, and the granddaughter of Jonathan Eastman Esq. of this town.

Children were: Helen Maria COLBY, Ann Frances COLBY, Susan Augusta COLBY, Philip Eastman COLBY, Maria COLBY.


Susan Ella EASTMAN was born on 6 JAN 1886 in Hanover, Grafton County, New Hampshire. She died in APR 1971 at California. Parents: Stephen EASTMAN and Almeda D. COLBY.


Susannah EASTMAN was born on 16 APR 1738 in Boscawen, Merrimack County, New Hampshire. She died on 9 MAR 1828 at Boscawen, Merrimack County, New Hampshire. Parents: Joseph EASTMAN and Dorothy QUIMBY.

Spouse: Winthrop CARTER. Winthrop CARTER and Susannah EASTMAN were married in 1757 in Boscawen, Merrimack County, New Hampshire. Children were: Jesse CARTER, Daniel CARTER, Nathan CARTER, Dorothy CARTER, Jeremiah CARTER, Judith CARTER, Sarah CARTER, Humphrey CARTER, Mary CARTER, Betsey CARTER, Naomi CARTER, Susanna CARTER.


Tamison EASTMAN was born on 14 OCT 1766 in Hopkinton, Merrimack County, New Hampshire. Parents: Enoch EASTMAN and Rebecca ABBOTT.


Thomas EASTMAN was born on 29 NOV 1646 in Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. SOURCE: "The Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbury Massachusetts" by David W. Hoyt. Parents: Roger EASTMAN and Sarah SMITH.


Thomas EASTMAN was born on 14 FEB 1688 in Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. (SOURCE: Early Vital Records of Essex County, Massachusetts to 1850 for Salisbury.) He died on 27 AUG 1691 at Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. (SOURCE: Early Vital Records of Essex County, Massachusetts to 1850 for Salisbury.) Parents: John EASTMAN and Mary BOYNTON.


Thomas EASTMAN was born on 21 JAN 1703 in Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. He died in 1752 at Kingston, Rockingham County, New Hampshire. Parents: Samuel EASTMAN and Elizabeth SCRIVEN.

Spouse: Abigail FRENCH. Thomas EASTMAN and Abigail FRENCH were married on 1 JAN 1729 in Kingston, Rockingham County, New Hampshire. Children were: Obadiah EASTMAN.


Thomas EASTMAN was born on 8 MAY 1717 in Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. He has Ancestral File Number GD34-8J. Parents: Joseph EASTMAN and Abigail MERRILL.


Thomas EASTMAN was born on 11 OCT 1740 in Newton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire. He died on 17 OCT 1828 at Newbury, Orange County, Vermont. Parents: Roger EASTMAN and Rachel NICHOLS.


Thomas EASTMAN (twin) was born on 25 JUL 1784 in Weare, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire. (SOURCE: FHL Film: 1000500; Index to births, early to 1900 New Hampshire. Registrar of Vital Statistics.) Parents: Samuel EASTMAN and Sarah CURRIER.


Thomas Burbank EASTMAN was born on 14 APR 1825 in Epsom, Merrimack County, New Hampshire. He died on 17 JUN 1864 at Manchester, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire. Parents: Isaac Benton EASTMAN and Jemima SHAW.


Timothy EASTMAN was born on 29 NOV 1648 in Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. SOURCE: "The Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbury Massachusetts" by David W. Hoyt. Parents: Roger EASTMAN and Sarah SMITH.


Timothy EASTMAN was born on 9 SEP 1736 in New Hampshire. Parents: Joseph EASTMAN and Dorothy QUIMBY.


Timothy Shaw EASTMAN was born on 24 JUN 1813 in Deerfield, Rockingham County, New Hampshire. He died on 15 JAN 1878 at Marshall, Calhoun County, Michigan. Parents: Isaac Benton EASTMAN and Jemima SHAW.


Ward B. EASTMAN was born on 15 APR 1854 in Sutton, Caledonia County, Vermont. SOURCE: "A Genealogy of the Descendants of Abraham Colby and Elizabeth Blaisdell, his wife Who settled in Bow in 1768" By one of them, Concord, NH Printed by the Republican Press Association 1895. Parents: Deacon Stephen EASTMAN and Rhoda NELSON.


Wesley Edward EASTMAN was born on 28 JUN 1889 in Franklin, Merrimack County, New Hampshire. He died on 2 JAN 1919 at Hopkinton, Merrimack County, New Hampshire. Parents: George Edward EASTMAN and Bessie Ellen SAWYER.

Spouse: Elaine CURRIER. Wesley Edward EASTMAN and Elaine CURRIER were married on 28 AUG 1914 in Andover, Merrimack County, New Hampshire. Children were: Nathan Currier EASTMAN, Ruth EASTMAN.


Wilbur B. EASTMAN was born on 3 NOV 1867 in Sutton, Caledonia County, Vermont. SOURCE: "A Genealogy of the Descendants of Abraham Colby and Elizabeth Blaisdell, his wife Who settled in Bow in 1768" By one of them, Concord, NH Printed by the Republican Press Association 1895. Parents: Edwin N. EASTMAN and Ella F. BEMIS.


Wilbur N. EASTMAN was born on 14 APR 1866 in Sutton, Caledonia County, Vermont. SOURCE: "A Genealogy of the Descendants of Abraham Colby and Elizabeth Blaisdell, his wife Who settled in Bow in 1768" By one of them, Concord, NH Printed by the Republican Press Association 1895. Parents: Stephen Clement EASTMAN and Clara HASTINGS.


William EASTMAN was born in 1819 in Bow, Merrimack County, New Hampshire. SOURCE: "A Genealogy of the Descendants of Abraham Colby and Elizabeth Blaisdell, his wife Who settled in Bow in 1768" By one of them, Concord, NH Printed by the Republican Press Association 1895. Parents: David EASTMAN and Rhoda BREWER.


William M. EASTMAN was born on 28 JUN 1841 in Lyndon, Caledonia County, Vermont. SOURCE: "A Genealogy of the Descendants of Abraham Colby and Elizabeth Blaisdell, his wife Who settled in Bow in 1768" By one of them, Concord, NH Printed by the Republican Press Association 1895. Parents: Calvin EASTMAN and Mary S. WILLARD.

Spouse: Emma L. ALLEN. William M. EASTMAN and Emma L. ALLEN were married in 1871.


Zachariah EASTMAN was born on 24 OCT 1679 in Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. (SOURCE: Early Vital Records of Essex County, Massachusetts to 1850 for Salisbury.) He died on 2 FEB 1753 at Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. (SOURCE: Early Vital Records of Essex County, Massachusetts to 1850 for Salisbury.) Parents: John EASTMAN and Mary BOYNTON.


Abigail EATON was born on 9 MAR 1776 in Massachusetts. She appeared in the census in 1850 in Springfield, Sullivan County, New Hampshire. She died on 28 FEB 1852 at Springfield, Sullivan County, New Hampshire.

Spouse: Benjamin COLBY. Benjamin COLBY and Abigail EATON were married on 25 MAR 1800 in New Hampshire. SOURCE: FHL Number 1000976; COLBY, Benjamin, Marriage: Abigail EATON; Date: 25 Mar 1800; Recorded in: Birth and Marriage Index for New Hampshire. Children were: Benjamin COLBY, William Davis COLBY, Sally COLBY, Timothy COLBY, Eliza COLBY, James Smith COLBY, Polly COLBY.


Albert EATON was born on 22 APR 1830 in Bradford, Merrimack County, New Hampshire. He appeared in the census in 1880 in Bradford, Merrimack County, New Hampshire. He died on 2 MAR 1885 at Bradford, Merrimack County, New Hampshire.

Spouse: Augusta A. COLBY. Albert EATON and Augusta A. COLBY were married on 22 NOV 1851 in Bradford, Merrimack County, New Hampshire. Children were: Joshua A. EATON, Mary J. EATON, Ardell EATON.


Annette Hammond EATON was born on 13 MAR 1897 in Portland, Cumberland County, Maine. She appeared in the census on 4 JUN 1900 in Portland, Cumberland County, Maine. (living at home with father and mother.) Parents: William Colby EATON and Marion Durant DOW.


Ardell EATON was born on 6 DEC 1862 in Bradford, Merrimack County, New Hampshire. She died on 22 MAR 1880 at Bradford, Merrimack County, New Hampshire. Parents: Albert EATON and Augusta A. COLBY.


Benjamin EATON was born on 18 OCT 1755 in Meredith, Belknap County, New Hampshire. (SOURCE: FHL Film: 1000500; Index to births, early to 1900 New Hampshire. Registrar of Vital Statistics.) (BOOK SOURCE: "The Colby Family in Early America" by Frederick Lewis Weis, Caledonia, The Colonial Press, pub 1970.) Parents: Jacob EATON and Esther COLBY.


Bethia EATON (twin) was born on 26 FEB 1759 in Meredith, Belknap County, New Hampshire. (SOURCE: FHL Film: 1000500; Index to births, early to 1900 New Hampshire. Registrar of Vital Statistics.) (BOOK SOURCE: "The Colby Family in Early America" by Frederick Lewis Weis, Caledonia, The Colonial Press, pub 1970.) Parents: Jacob EATON and Esther COLBY.


Charles Spencer EATON was born on 24 AUG 1878. Parents: Joseph Warren EATON and Emma L. SCRIBNER.


Clara A. EATON was born on 13 OCT 1858 in Lowell, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. She appeared in the census on 24 AUG 1870 in Lowell, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. (living at home with father and mother.) Parents: Daniel Alvin EATON and Elizabeth Colby EASTMAN.


Clarissa EATON was born in 1809. She died on 6 JAN 1849 at Sandown, Rockingham County, New Hampshire. She was buried in the Center Cemetery at Sandown, Rockingham County, New Hampshire

Spouse: Lyman PILLSBURY. Lyman PILLSBURY and Clarissa EATON were married on 15 NOV 1832. Children were: Alden E. PILLSBURY.


Clyde Howard EATON was born on 22 JAN 1898 in Brunswick, Cumberland County, Maine.

Spouse: Clara May PHINNEY. Clyde Howard EATON and Clara May PHINNEY were married on 22 JAN 1922 in Brunswick, Cumberland County, Maine.


Daniel Alvin EATON was born on 17 JUL 1835 in Hartland, Windsor County, Vermont. He appeared in the census on 24 AUG 1870 in Lowell, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. He died on 23 NOV 1907 at Lowell, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. He was buried in the Edson Cemetery at Lowell, Middlesex County, Massachusetts

Spouse: Elizabeth Colby EASTMAN. Daniel Alvin EATON and Elizabeth Colby EASTMAN were married on 7 SEP 1854 in Lowell, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. Children were: Ella Roxanna EATON, Clara A. EATON.

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