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Anne WEBSTER was born on 28 MAR 1754.

Spouse: Nathaniel RING. Nathaniel RING and Anne WEBSTER were married on 11 JAN 1770 in Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. Children were: Nathaniel RING.


Aphonso WEBSTER was born on 16 NOV 1870 in Edenville, Marshall County, Iowa. 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: Alonzo WEBSTER and Esther Minerva WEEKS.


Betsey WEBSTER was born about 1807. (BOOK SOURCE: "The Colby Family in Early America" by Frederick Lewis Weis, Caledonia, The Colonial Press, pub 1970.) Parents: Samuel WEBSTER and Abigail COLBY.


Daniel WEBSTER was born on 26 OCT 1712 in Bradford, Essex County, Massachusetts. Married Mary Blaisdell, Nov 26, 1741, Amesbury, Mass.
SOURCES: (1). Early Vital Records Essex County, Massachusetts to 1850, Bradford; (2). History of Old Chester, New Hampshire from 1719 to 1869. by Benjamin Chase. Parents: Nathan WEBSTER and Martha HALL.


Daniel WEBSTER was born on 5 FEB 1750 in Kingston, Rockingham County, New Hampshire. Parents: Isaac WEBSTER and Sarah DOWNING.


David WEBSTER was born on 4 SEP 1720 in Bradford, Essex County, Massachusetts. SOURCE: 1. Early Vital Records Essex County, Massachusetts to 1850, Bradford.
2. Family Tree Maker/ World Family Tree Vol. 14, file 105.
Parents: Nathan WEBSTER and Martha HALL.


David WEBSTER was born on 13 NOV 1748 in Kingston, Rockingham County, New Hampshire. Parents: Isaac WEBSTER and Sarah DOWNING.


Reverend David WEBSTER was born in 1850.

Spouse: Mary F. PAGE. Reverend David WEBSTER and Mary F. PAGE were married about 1870.


David W. WEBSTER was born on 15 MAR 1833 in Bow, Merrimack County, New Hampshire. He died in 1835 at 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: Hiram WEBSTER and Hannah C. ELLIOT.


Earl WEBSTER was born about 1948.

Spouse: Vickie Ileen KELLY. Earl WEBSTER and Vickie Ileen KELLY were married on 14 APR 1978.


Ebenezer WEBSTER was born about 1781. Ebenezer the first one lived with father untill he was twenty-one. He then hired out for one year. He then married I believe in the year 1802. The next year my father died and my brother lived on the old farm a few years, then he moved to Alexandra, lived there a year or two, then moved to the Town of Boscawen, N.H. and he is living at the present time. (Mar. 11, 1847) He has four sons and three daughters.
Parents: Ephriam WEBSTER and Sarah COLBY.


Photo Eliza Ann WEBSTER was born on 12 MAY 1822 in Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. Daughter of Philip WEBSTER & Hannah WADLEIGH. She appeared in the census in 1860 in Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. She appeared in the census in 1880 in Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. She died on 29 JUL 1896 at Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts.
Notes for ELIZA ANN WEBSTER:
Eliza was 28 and Samuel 39 when they married. They had no children. Samuel is listed as a carpenter on his marriage license and Eliza as being from South Hampton, N.H. Samuel later became a ship's captain and is named as such on his grave stone. When he died he left a trust that would provide for the construction of side walks along Salisbury Point in what is now Amesbury. The sidewalk contruction was begun in 1896 with many mentions of the progress in the Amesbury Daily news. When Eliza died she left 2 homes at 434 and 436 Main Street in Amesbury. 434 Main Street was left to her widowed sister, Mary A. Davis. 436 Main Street and shares of Portsmouth and Saco and Portland Maine Railroad (valued at $700) were left to her widowed sister Hannah Morrill according to her will of April 19, 1889 (probate records 79811).

Spouse: Capt. Samuel Smith COLBY. Capt. Samuel Smith COLBY and Eliza Ann WEBSTER were married on 22 SEP 1850 in Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts.


Elizabeth J. WEBSTER was born in 1844 in Wilmot, Merrimack County, New Hampshire. She appeared in the census in 1850 in Wilmot, Merrimack County, New Hampshire. (living at home with father and mother.) Parents: Capt. Iddo WEBSTER and Sally (WEBSTER).


Emerson WEBSTER was born about 1805. (BOOK SOURCE: "The Colby Family in Early America" by Frederick Lewis Weis, Caledonia, The Colonial Press, pub 1970.) Parents: Samuel WEBSTER and Abigail COLBY.


Emma WEBSTER was born on 21 JUN 1847 in Manchester, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire. She died on 21 FEB 1924.

Spouse: Francis Henry GOWEN. Francis Henry GOWEN and Emma WEBSTER were married on 30 APR 1895.


Enos WEBSTER was born on 10 MAY 1755 in Kingston, Rockingham County, New Hampshire. Parents: Isaac WEBSTER and Sarah DOWNING.


Epheliat WEBSTER was born on 20 APR 1772 in Kingston, Rockingham County, New Hampshire. Parents: Isaac WEBSTER and Sarah DOWNING.


Ephriam WEBSTER was born on 13 MAY 1730 in Bradford, Essex County, Massachusetts. He died on 18 AUG 1803 at Hill, Merrimack County, New Hampshire.

Spouse: Sarah COLBY. Ephriam WEBSTER and Sarah COLBY were married on 8 JAN 1778. Children were: Infant Daughter WEBSTER, Ebenezer WEBSTER, John WEBSTER, Henry WEBSTER.


Eva L. WEBSTER was born on 28 JUL 1868 in Edenville, Marshall County, Iowa. 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: James A. WEBSTER and Mary E. ALLEN.


F. May WEBSTER was born on 30 SEP 1867 in Edenville, Marshall County, Iowa. She died in 1869 at Edenville, Marshall County, Iowa. 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. (Book shows birth date as Sep 31 1867.) Parents: Alonzo WEBSTER and Esther Minerva WEEKS.


George WEBSTER was born in 1839 in Wilmot, Merrimack County, New Hampshire. He appeared in the census in 1850 in Wilmot, Merrimack County, New Hampshire. (living at home with father and mother.) Parents: Capt. Iddo WEBSTER and Sally (WEBSTER).


George E. WEBSTER was born date unknown.

Spouse: Fanny SAVAGE. George E. WEBSTER and Fanny SAVAGE were married date unknown.


Gideon WEBSTER was born on 7 JUN 1758 in Kingston, Rockingham County, New Hampshire. Parents: Isaac WEBSTER and Sarah DOWNING.


Hannah WEBSTER was born on 5 OCT 1692 in Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. She died on 15 JAN 1768 at Amesbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. (BOOK SOURCE: "The Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbury Massachusetts" by David W. Hoyt.)
Parents: John WEBSTER and Bridget HUGGINS.

Spouse: Deacon Stephen BARTLETT. Deacon Stephen BARTLETT and Hannah WEBSTER were married on 18 DEC 1712 in Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. (SOURCE: Early Vital Records of Essex County, Massachusetts to 1850 for Newbury.) Children were: Hannah BARTLETT, Capt. Stephen BARTLETT, Joseph BARTLETT, Hannah BARTLETT, Mary BARTLETT, Simeon BARTLETT, Governor Josiah BARTLETT.


Henry WEBSTER was born on 11 MAR 1784 in New Chester [Hill], Rockingham County, New Hampshire. I shall now speak of my own life [Henry]. I was born in New Chester N.H. March llth 1784 where I lived under the care of my father and a tender mother untill I was ninteen years of age. When I was thirteen the diptheria prevailed, many children died with it, I was taken with it in November. My folks thought I would get over it in a little while and did all they could for me, but I grew worse and they had to send for a doctor by the name of Kelly. He gave me an emetic and other medicines. The next morning I could only speak in a whisper which continued four weeks. During all that time I kept my bed and was only moved by being taken on a sheet and placed on another while mine was being made. I was so low no one thought I could possibly live. One day it was almost impossible for me to breathe. All day the neighbors came in and went away and said I was breathing my last. My breath continued to grow shorter untill some time in the evening while my parents and the neighbors were standing by my bedside expecting to see me die in a few minutes, Providence ordered it otherwise. My breathing stopped and that caused a struggle. My father raised me up, I put my fingers down my throat as far as I could get hold of something and pulled it out and then dropped like one dead. My mother said I was dead but I came to and told them I was not. It was like a piece of tough skin four inches long and three fourths of an inch wide. From that time it kept coming out in small pieces, but the canker eat of a small vane in my head and I began to bleed at the nose from nine in the evening till after daylight. All this brought me still lower and they thought then I must surely die, but my throat kept clearing and my voice returned and I began to gain strength. After three months I began to go out a little. In the spring some boys were going on the mountain and asked me to go with them which I did. Being still weak I got tired up and it caused a hacking cough which I have always had since.

When I was fourteen my father let me go to tend a store for Ebenezer Kimball in New Chester. I was not able to endure much and was rather bashfull. I did not like the business. I only stayed one winter then returned home. From that time I worked some and attended school some untill I was nineteen, then being more healthy I went to work with my brother at the joiners trade. I commenced to work the first of May and worked untill haying time. I was then taken with disentary which prevailed very much that summer. I went home and stayed there untill after my fathers death which occured the same summer. (August 18, 1803) I then went to work with my brother again untill the next spring. After that I hired out to Ebenezer Evens for three months. In the fall I went to work for Jeremiah Graves in Meredith where I stayed untill the first of May, and was twenty~one. After that I started out in pursuit of employment and went to Kenebunk where I had a brother. Not finding business there to suit me I returned home. Soon after that I received word from Arron Smith of Tyngsborough Mass that if I would go there he would hire me. I went and hired out for one year. When that was over I engaged to work three months longer. At the end of that time I went to Boston and worked about three weeks. My health not being good I returned to New Chester N.H. In November I went to Merideth. While there I cut my hand so bad that it bled sixteen hours. My friends put on everything they could think of. I became very weak and felt like going to sleep. They finaly sent for a doctor. He sewed it and it finaly stopped bleeding but I was laid up for a while. In the spring I went back to Tyngsborough and was married to Rebeckah Farwell May 24th 1807. I was a little over 23 at that time.

I worked on a farm some and then returned to New Chester where I went to Housekeeping Dec. 7th 1807. I lived there till the following April then I moved to tend the toal bridg. I only lived there six months. I then moved into a house belonging to Mr. Sanborn. There our oldest daughter was born. We lived there untill Nov. l9th 1810, then moved back to tend the Bridge again. About that time the spotted fever broke out and was very fatal. The people were all terribly alarmed, I with the next. It were upon me so I thought I should die, I could scarcely eat or sleep. I got up one morning and could hardly walk with the burden upon me. I had slept but little all night. I hurried to the barn as fast as I could go, my trembling limbs scarcely able to carry me. As soon as I reached the barn I fell on my knees and cried out ìO wretched man that I am, who shall deliver me from this death?" My burden fell off instantly, everything looked pleasant and all was peace, I felt that I could rejoice.

December 27th 1810 our oldest son was born. The next April I worked for Samuel Green in Concord, I only worked there three months. Although he used me well I was discontented and returned home. Soon after this I bought a piece of land and put up a frame for a house, but not being able to finish it I tended the Bridge untill it was carried away with the ice and water in the spring of 1813. I then moved in a house where there were two other families. There our second son was born June 28th 1813. The next December we moved in our own house. There our third son was born March 31st 1816. I sold my house the same spring and moved in May to a house owned by Mr. Wells near Wells Mills in Hall. That was the cold summer. I planted corn but it did not ripen. In June I bought a piece of land with a brickyard on it. I worked in the yard untill haying time. I intended to go back in the yard after I cut the hay, but the day I finished I was taken sick with pluresy fever and was unable to do any more for many weeks. About this time I turned my attention to religion again and united with the Congregational Church, was chosen clerk of the church and remained in that office untill I left the place the next spring. I then moved in my own house. This was a time of scarsity of provisions. I paid thirteen dollars a barrel for flour and worked for Major Kimball five days for a peck of corn a day. This was a hard time for poor people. Many were obliged to live without bread. I found I could not get along without selling my land, accordingly I sold it that winter but lived in the house till the following summer, then moved in a house with the widow Sanborn. I lived there but a short time, then went in a house with Mr. K. Chapman. There my fourth son was born Dec. 5th 1818. Then I hired a house of Major Kimball where I lived about fourteen months. My mother died during that time in February, 1820.

I then moved to Newhampton and the next July went to Boston to work on the mill dam. I was gone only a few weeks. Soon after my return home my second daughter was born Sept. 20th 1820. I lived there untill January then moved to New Chester into a house belonging to L.R. Madison. The same winter I took a journey to Bolten Vermont and visited my brother. The next winter January 1822 I moved my family to Bolten, Vt. At that time I had six children and had neither house or home. I went in a house with John Sanborn. I had nothing to help myself with but my hands. I then went to work at my trade. My health was pretty good at that time. That summer I bought a cow also twenty acres of wild land, and in the fall bought a yoke of oxen and built a log house and moved into it in December. I then had a house of my own again. I still worked at my trade part of the time. Provisions were cheap and I found I could get along better than when in New Hampshire. Oct. 4th 1824 our youngest son was born. In the spring of this year I bought one hundred acres more joining mine and had a small log house on it. It lay in the Town of Richmond. In the summer of 1825 I moved on it and built a new log house and moved into it Dec 5th. On the 7th I was taken sick.

My circumstances at this looked rather discouraging. My house was very open, no chamber floor, not much provisions and but one neighbor near, I was very sick with inflamation on the lungs. From all appearances we must suffer, but the Lord was merciful. The People came from a distance and brought such things as we stood in need of. We suffered for watchers though, I had watchers thirty seven nights besides what my own people watched with me. Every one thought I must die, but the Lord carried me through. I was very weak and could help my selfe but very little. I was not able to work till middle of summer.

All this left me in debt. I owed the doctor a large sum and also owed some on my land, but they waited untill I regained by health and could pay. April 30th 1827 our third daughter was born. I still worked at my trade and on my land and built a barn. In June 1828 my oldest daughter was married and the same month my wife was taken sick with inflamation in the head which held on untill cold weather but she got over it after a time. April 6th 1830 our youngest daughter was born. In September 1831 we went to Massachusetts and visited friends. In the spring of 1832 I put up for myselfe a new house frame. The same month I was taken sick again and from that day to this (almost fifteen years) I have not been able to do a days work in a day.

The next fall I got so I could work a few hours in a day till I moved in my new house Nov. 22nd. Then I was confined to the house all winter. In the spring I was some better and wanted to do something for a living and commenced to peddle tin ware. I followed it that summer. The next spring Mar 8 my youngest girl died. My business did not agree with me and I sold out that summer.

I attended many meetings and July Second I with my wife was baptised by emersion and soon afterwards joined the freewill Baptist Church in Bolten. I attended meetings far and near in warm weather and took comfort as I thought in so doing, and as cold weather came on and I could not go out I had preaching at my house. When warm weather came on again I was able to go abroad but not to work so I kept along. In winter confined to the house and often to the bed.

In 1837 I had not been away from home till June 6th. I then rode about a mile from home on a visit. It was training day, just at night we had news that our second son was shot in a most shocking manner and probably would not live till we could get to where he was five miles away. Before we received the news I did not think it possible to ride two miles but one never knew what we can do till we go through it. When we reached him alive but dredfully wounded, a charge of powder and wad shot just below his left eye. He still lives but is entirely deprived of his sight. This laid me under the necessity of riding back and forth. My wife stayed there eighteen days. We spent the summer in this way. In the winter I was confined to the house again.

The following spring our second daughter was taken sick with inflamation of the brain and died May 11th 1838. She was sick only eighteen days.

In the spring of 1839 my third son was married. That summer my health was some better and I was able to work a little. In September we went to New Hampton to visit friends. In August 1840 I went to Bradford Maine (near Penobscot river) to visit my oldest daughter who went there eight years before. The next summer I was (better) but the following spring about the middle of May was again visited with a terrible sickness. I had the inflamatory rheumatism to such a degree I could not move hand or foot and the pain was most distressing. My feet and hands were very much swolen. I could not raise my hands to my head for six weeks. This with my old disorder was supposed to terminate my life very soon, but after a few weeks I began to be a little better. This was a summer of hardship for my wife. A few weeks after my youngest daughter was taken with the same disease and was not able to help her selfe any more than I. My wife had us both to care for. She did not have a nights sleep for ten weeks. She had no one to help her but a young girl a week and three days. Neither of us could lie in one place more than a few minutes at a time. Many painfull days and almost sleepless nights we passed. At length we began to gain a little. I gained very slowly. When winter came I could not get out of my chair without help. My daughter was taken with the same decease again that winter also scarlet fever. The reader nay well imagine my wife had a hard time of it during all this sickness but the Lord gave her strength to bear it. That winter I sold my farm in Richmond and made preparations to move once more and on Mar 18 1843 I moved into the Town of Jericho. I had not been out of the house for ten months untill that day, and when I came to ride it made me so faint I thought I should never live to reach the end of my journey. The distance was four miles. It was four years ago and I am still alive. The following summer I was able to go out but little and in the winter was confined to the house. For a few years past I have not felt the enjoyment in religion that I wished to feel. There seemed to be a dullness on my mind that I wanted to get rid of. I tried and tried to pray but did not feel relieved. I resolved to try once more and if I got no relief to give it up. This was March 25th 1844. I went into my chamber alone and prayed and soon the cloud seemed to clear away and I was rejoicing in the way of salvation by grace, I had such views as I never had before. It seemed to be hapiest day I ever saw. After a few weeks I did not feel just the same nor have I since. I think I felt willing to live or die as God should will.

When I was seventeen I bled at my lungs and have been subject to it ever since but never so much as in 1846. I was taken about the 20th of October. I bled every day and every night for ten days. A doctor was called but to no purpose. After ten days it abated for nearly a week then commenced again. Another doctor was called, he bled me and gave me medicine but it did not helpe me. It lasted once four weeks and brought me very low. After that it stoped and I gained a little strength. The reader will see my life has been one of hardship and sickness from my youthfull days up to this time. I am sixty three years old today March llth 1847.

Henry Webster

Parents: Ephriam WEBSTER and Sarah COLBY.


Hiram WEBSTER was born on 15 FEB 1809. He appeared in the census in 1880 in Wentworth, Grafton County, New Hampshire.
Census Place: Wentworth, Grafton, New Hampshire
Source: FHL Film 1254765 National Archives Film T9-0765 Page 428B
Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
Hiram WEBSTER Self M M W 71 NEW HAMPSHIRE
Occ: Farmer Fa: N.H. Mo: N.H.
Hannah C. WEBSTER Wife F M W 72 NEW HAMPSHIRE
Occ: Keeping House Fa: N.H. Mo: N.H.
Albert F. MERRILL SonL M M W 34 NEW HAMPSHIRE
Occ: Farm Laborer Fa: N.H. Mo: N.H.
Mary F. MERRILL Dau F M W 34 NEW HAMPSHIRE
Occ: House Keeping Fa: N.H. Mo: N.H.
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Spouse: Hannah C. ELLIOT. Hiram WEBSTER and Hannah C. ELLIOT were married about 1829. Children were: Serena E. WEBSTER, David W. WEBSTER, John N. WEBSTER, James A. WEBSTER, Alonzo WEBSTER, Mary F. WEBSTER.


Hope WEBSTER was born on 23 JUL 1769 in Kingston, Rockingham County, New Hampshire. Parents: Isaac WEBSTER and Sarah DOWNING.


Horace WEBSTER was born on 18 MAY 1832 in Wilmot, Merrimack County, New Hampshire. (SOURCE: FHL Film: 1001050; Index to births, early to 1900 New Hampshire. Registrar of Vital Statistics.) He appeared in the census in 1850 in Wilmot, Merrimack County, New Hampshire. (living at home with father and mother.) Parents: Capt. Iddo WEBSTER and Sally (WEBSTER).


Capt. Iddo WEBSTER was born on 26 AUG 1784 in Salisbury, Merrimack County, New Hampshire. (Son of Joseph Webster and Elizabeth Scribner.) He appeared in the census in 1850 in Wilmot, Merrimack County, New Hampshire. He died on 11 SEP 1850 at Wilmot, Merrimack County, New Hampshire. He was buried in the North Road Cemetery at Wilmot, Merrimack County, New Hampshire

Spouse: Nancy COLBY. Capt. Iddo WEBSTER and Nancy COLBY were married on 31 AUG 1809 in New Hampshire. Children were: Mary Colby WEBSTER, Zacheus C. WEBSTER, Zacheus C. WEBSTER, Nancy WEBSTER, Abiel WEBSTER, Iddo WEBSTER, Willard G. WEBSTER, Philip WEBSTER.

Spouse: Sally (WEBSTER). Capt. Iddo WEBSTER and Sally (WEBSTER) were married about 1829 in Wilmot, Merrimack County, New Hampshire. Children were: Nancy WEBSTER, Horace WEBSTER, Sally Ann WEBSTER, Alonzo WEBSTER, Lydia J. WEBSTER, Martha WEBSTER, George WEBSTER, Philinda WEBSTER, Elizabeth J. WEBSTER.


Iddo WEBSTER was born on 5 MAR 1818 in Wilmot, Merrimack County, New Hampshire. (SOURCE: FHL Film: 1001050; Index to births, early to 1900 New Hampshire. Registrar of Vital Statistics.) Parents: Capt. Iddo WEBSTER and Nancy COLBY.


Infant Daughter WEBSTER was born about 1779. Parents: Ephriam WEBSTER and Sarah COLBY.


Ira WEBSTER was born about 1797.

Spouse: Jane DUNKLEE. Ira WEBSTER and Jane DUNKLEE were married about 1818.


Isaac WEBSTER was born about 1726.

Spouse: Sarah DOWNING. Isaac WEBSTER and Sarah DOWNING were married about 1747. Children were: David WEBSTER, Daniel WEBSTER, John WEBSTER, Enos WEBSTER, Gideon WEBSTER, Mary WEBSTER, Jonathan WEBSTER, Lydia WEBSTER, Joseph WEBSTER, Hope WEBSTER, Epheliat WEBSTER, Love WEBSTER.


Israel WEBSTER was born date unknown.

Spouse: Mercy BOND. Israel WEBSTER and Mercy BOND were married on 15 JAN 1729/30 in Haverhill, Essex County, Massachusetts. SOURCE: Early Vital Records of Essex County, Massachusetts to 1850. Haverhill.


Isreal WEBSTER was born on 9 APR 1688 in Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. Parents: John WEBSTER and Bridget HUGGINS.

Spouse: Susanna MORRILL. Isreal WEBSTER and Susanna MORRILL were married on 25 NOV 1714 in Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. Children were: Ruth WEBSTER.


James A. WEBSTER was born on 9 NOV 1837 in Bow, Merrimack County, New Hampshire. He appeared in the census in 1880 in Edenville, Marshall County, Iowa.
Census Place: Eden, Marshall, Iowa
Source: FHL Film 1254355 National Archives Film T9-0355 Page 10C
Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
G. WEBSTER Self M M W 42 NH
Occ: Carpenter Fa: --- Mo: ---
Mary E. WEBSTER Dau F M W 31 KY
Occ: Keeping House Fa: KY Mo: KY
Syrena WEBSTER Dau F S W 8 IA
Fa: --- Mo: ---
Nellie F. WEBSTER Dau F S W 5 IA
Fa: --- Mo: ---
C. W. ALLEN Mother F D W 53 KY
Fa: --- Mo: ---
James ALLEN Son M S W 29 IA
Fa: --- Mo: ---
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: Hiram WEBSTER and Hannah C. ELLIOT.

Spouse: Mary E. ALLEN. James A. WEBSTER and Mary E. ALLEN were married about 1867. Children were: Eva L. WEBSTER, Syrena WEBSTER, Nellie Frances WEBSTER.


Johanna WEBSTER was born in England.

Spouse: Robert HALLSWORTH Jr.. Robert HALLSWORTH Jr. and Johanna WEBSTER were married in England. Children were: Susanna HALLSWORTH.


John WEBSTER was born on 11 FEB 1655/56 in Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. (BOOK SOURCE: "The Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbury Massachusetts" by David W. Hoyt.)

Spouse: Bridget HUGGINS. John WEBSTER and Bridget HUGGINS were married on 9 MAR 1680/81. Children were: Anne WEBSTER, John WEBSTER, Sarah WEBSTER, Isreal WEBSTER, Hannah WEBSTER, Mary WEBSTER, Stephen WEBSTER.


John WEBSTER was born on 2 NOV 1683 in Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. Parents: John WEBSTER and Bridget HUGGINS.


John WEBSTER was born on 10 FEB 1710. He died on 29 APR 1788.

Spouse: Ruth CLOUGH. John WEBSTER and Ruth CLOUGH were married on 17 NOV 1729. Children were: Ruth WEBSTER.


John WEBSTER was born on 3 JUL 1723 in Bradford, Essex County, Massachusetts. SOURCE: Early Vital Records Essex County, Massachusetts to 1850, Bradford. Listed as Weabester. Parents: Nathan WEBSTER and Martha HALL.


John WEBSTER was born on 8 JAN 1752 in Kingston, Rockingham County, New Hampshire. Parents: Isaac WEBSTER and Sarah DOWNING.


John WEBSTER was born about 1783 in Newbury, Orange County, Vermont. My brother John was born in the Town of Newbury, Vt. and was three and one half years older than myselfe. He lived at home untill he was sixteen, then was put out to learn the joiners trade. After that he worked about two years for himselfe and then married and settled in Newhampton near the seminary.
Parents: Ephriam WEBSTER and Sarah COLBY.


John N. WEBSTER was born on 18 JUL 1835 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: Hiram WEBSTER and Hannah C. ELLIOT.

Spouse: Mary Ann FERSON. John N. WEBSTER and Mary Ann FERSON were married on 2 DEC 1863.


John S. WEBSTER was born on 20 SEP 1873 in Edenville, Marshall County, Iowa. 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: Alonzo WEBSTER and Esther Minerva WEEKS.


Jonathan WEBSTER was born on 15 APR 1762 in Kingston, Rockingham County, New Hampshire. Parents: Isaac WEBSTER and Sarah DOWNING.


Joseph WEBSTER was born on 22 MAR 1767 in Kingston, Rockingham County, New Hampshire. Parents: Isaac WEBSTER and Sarah DOWNING.


Love WEBSTER was born on 15 NOV 1773 in Kingston, Rockingham County, New Hampshire. Parents: Isaac WEBSTER and Sarah DOWNING.


Lucy WEBSTER was born on 15 MAR 1819. She died on 29 NOV 1837.

Spouse: Samuel COLBY. Samuel COLBY and Lucy WEBSTER were married on 9 OCT 1834 in Concord, Merrimack County, New Hampshire. SOURCE: FHL Number 1000976, Marriage: Lucy WEBSTER, Date: 09 Oct 1834; Recorded in: Birth and Marriage Index for New Hampshire. Children were: Gilbert L. COLBY.


Lydia WEBSTER was born on 2 JAN 1706/7 in Bradford, Essex County, Massachusetts. SOURCE: (1). Early Vital Records Essex County, Massachusetts to 1850, Bradford.
(2). Family Tree Maker/ World Family Tree Vol. 14, file 105.
Parents: Nathan WEBSTER and Martha HALL.

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