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?, Ruth (*1660 - >1734)
d. Aft 10 Apr 1734
per MAYFLOWER INCREASINGS by Susan Roser

spouse: Tinkham, Helkiah (1655 - 1731)
- m. Abt 1684

?, Ruth (1753 - )
b. 1753

father: Ellis, ?(*1718 - )
mother: Shurtleff, Hanna(*1730 - )
?, Sally (1759 - 1826)
b. 1759
d. 1826 in Huntimgtom,Vermont

spouse: Caswell, David (1756 - 1836)
----------child: Caswell, David (1789 - 1865)
----------child: Caswell, Sally (*1790 - )
----------child: Caswell, Daniel (*1790 - )
----------child: Caswell, Phebe (*1790 - )
----------child: Caswell, Hannah (*1790 - )
----------child: Caswell, Betsey (*1790 - )
----------child: Caswell, Fanny (*1790 - )
----------child: Caswell, Melinda (*1790 - )
----------child: Caswell, Polly (*1790 - )
?, Sarah (*1591 - 1621)
b. in ,England
d. 1621 in Plymouth,Plymouth,MA
per MAYFLOWER INCREASINGS by Susan Roser died early 1621

spouse: Eaton, Francis (<1595 - 1633)
- m. in ,England

----------child: Eaton, Samuel (1620 - <1684)
?, Sarah (*1616 - )
spouse: Allerton, Bartholomew (~1612 - 1659)
?, Sarah (~1648 - )
b. Abt 1648 in Duxbury,Plymouth,MAss
One record said that Sarah's maiden name was Chandler. This may have been my typing error. "Mayflower Families through Five Generations" indicates that Sarah's maiden is unknown. It states that she married John Chandler ca. 1670, and was living 30 Aug 1701. It also states that she was not the daughter of Roger Chandler as claimed in Leonard Families. J.M.I. ================================================= The information above was collected by J.M. and Charlene (Petrie)Ingalls from their original research or from Gedcom data obtained from other researchers. We would appreciate receiving supporting information on Israel Hill and Lucy Emerson, and their ancestors or relatives. J.M. Ingalls 5900 Cheswood Ct. Orlando FL 32817-3289 407-679-1305 kgej37a@prodigy.com jay_ingalls@usa.pipeline.com 22 Apr 1996 =================================================

spouse: Leonard, John (1645 - <1699)
- m. 1670

----------child: Leonard, Moses (~1677 - 1775)
----------child: Leonard, John (*1680 - >1726)
----------child: Leonard, Josiah (*1680 - <1745)
----------child: Leonard, Enoch (*1680 - 1757)
----------child: Leonard, Joseph (<1681 - )
----------child: Leonard, Sarah (>1683 - )
?, Sarah (*1649 - )
!per Susan Roser's MAYFLOWER INCREASINGS

spouse: More, Richard (b1647 - >1696)
- m. Bef 1673

----------child: More, Samuel (1673 - 1673)
----------child: More, ? (b1674 - )
----------child: More, Thomas (b1679 - )
----------child: More, Christian (b1681 - )
----------child: More, Sarah (b1684 - )
----------child: More, Caleb (b1688 - )
?, Sarah (1667 - 1741)
b. 2 Aug 1667 in Bridgewater,MA
d. 16 Jun 1741 in Stafford,CT
per MAYFLOWER INCREASINGS by Susan Roser poss surname "Cary" poss born 2 Aug 1667

spouse: Standish, Josiah (*1667 - 1753)
?, Sarah (~1670 - 1742)
b. Abt 1670
d. 24 Oct 1742 in Halifax
per MAYFLOWER INCREASINGS by Susan Roser

spouse: Tomson, Peter (*1662 - <1731)
- m. Abt 1699

?, Sarah (*1678 - >1759)
d. Aft 10 Apr 1759
per MAYFLOWER INCREASINGS by Susan Roser probably died in Dartmouth

spouse: Tinkham, John (1663 - <1740)
- m. Bef 1720

?, Sarah (*1679 - )
per MAYFLOWER INCREASINGS by Susan Roser surname Underhill?

spouse: Dickenson, James (1675 - )
?, Sarah (*1679 - )
per MAYFLOWER INCREASINGS by Susan Roser

spouse: Doty, Joseph (1651 - ~1732)
- m. 5 Mar 1712 in Rochester,NY

?, Sarah (~1680 - )
b. Abt 1680
per MAYFLOWER INCREASINGS by Susan Roser

spouse: West, Clement (1684 - ~1789)
- m. Abt 1725

----------child: West, Mary (1726 - )
----------child: West, Richard (1728 - )
----------child: West, Clement (1732 - )
----------child: West, Susannah (1733 - ~1790)
----------child: West, John (1736 - )
----------child: West, Elizabeth (1738 - 1808)
----------child: West, Thomas (1740 - )
----------child: West, Eliza (1742 - )
----------child: West, Sarah (1745 - )
?, Sarah (*1680 - >1717)
d. Aft 29 Jan 1717
SOURCE CITATION: Title: (See source comments) Source Comments: Brøderbund WFT Vol. 7, Ed. 1, Tree #1141, Date of Import: 25 Apr 1997

SOURCE CITATION: Title: (See source comments) Source Comments: Brøderbund WFT Vol. 7, Ed. 1, Tree #1141, Date of Import: 25 Apr 1997

per MAYFLOWER INCREASINGS by Susan Roser

spouse: Doty, Joseph (~1680 - 1717)
SOURCE CITATION: Title: (See source comments) Source Comments: Brøderbund WFT Vol. 7, Ed. 1, Tree #1141, Date of Import: 25 Apr 1997
----------child: Doty, Sarah (r1704 - )
----------child: Doty, Joseph (1708 - )
----------child: Doty, Isaac (1711 - )
----------child: Doty, Elizabeth (1716 - )
?, Sarah (*1683 - )
per History and Gen. of MF Planters

spouse: Rogers, Joseph (1679 - )
?, Sarah (*1689 - >1717)
d. Aft 18 Oct 1717
per MAYFLOWER INCREASINGS by Susan Roser

spouse: Doty, Edward (1685 - 1717)
?, Sarah (*1692 - 1720)
d. 2 Feb 1720 in Yarmouth,Barnstable,MA

spouse: Gorham, Josiah (1692 - 1775)
- m. Bef Jul 1717 in Rhode Island ?

----------child: Gorham, Rebecca (1717 - 1799)
?, Sarah (*1693 - )
spouse: Gorham, John (1690 - 1717)
----------child: Gorham, Joseph (*1718 - )
?, Sarah (*1716 - >1752)
d. Aft 9 May 1752
!MARRIAGE: `Stephen Hopkins MFIP' by John D Austin (1989) p97 DEATH: `Stephen Hopkins MFIP' by John D Austin (1989) p97 -mentioned in husband Nathaniel HOPKINS' will of 9 May 1752

spouse: Hopkins, Nathanial (1685 - 1766)
- m. 26 Oct 1749 in Truro,MA

?, Sarah (*1756 - 1809)
d. 28 Jan 1809

spouse: Gorham, Isaac (1752 - 1814)
?, SARAH (*1790 - )
spouse: White, HENRY (*1793 - )
----------child: White, JESSE (1819 - 1826)
----------child: ?, SCREWUP (*1824 - )
?, Sarah (*1820 - )
spouse: Rogers, Felix (1810 - )
- m. Abt 1851

?, Sarah Sally (*1782 - )
spouse: Rogers, Matthew (~1778 - )
?, SCREWUP (*1824 - )
father: White, HENRY(*1793 - )
mother: ?, SARAH(*1790 - )
?, Sophia (*1766 - )
spouse: Latham, Laben (~1762 - 1818)
?, Susan (*1771 - )
spouse: Mudge, Elnathan (1767 - )
----------child: Mudge, Amanda (*1802 - )
----------child: Mudge, Armenia (*1802 - )
----------child: Mudge, Eunice (*1802 - )
----------child: Mudge, Alonzo (*1802 - )
?, Susan (*1792 - )
spouse: Rogers, John (*1788 - )
?, Susan (1847 - )
b. 1847 in ,MO

spouse: Rogers, Felix G. (1834 - )
----------child: private
----------child: private
----------child: private
?, Susanna (1594 - 1680)
b. 1594 in Redenhall,Norfolk,England
d. 1 Oct 1680 in ,Marshfield,Plymouth,MA
!per MAYFLOWER INCREASINGS by Susan Roser died between 18 Dec 1654-2 Jul 1675 some say she was Samuel and Edward FULLER's sister?

spouse: White, William (1591 - 1621)
- m. 11 Feb 1612 in Leyden,Holland

----------child: White, Resolved (~1615 - )
----------child: White, Peregrine (1620 - 1704)
spouse: Winslow, Edward (1595 - 1655)
- m. 12 May 1621 in Plymouth,Plymouth,MA

----------child: Winslow, ? (1623 - 1623)
----------child: Winslow, Edward (1624 - >1627)
----------child: Winslow, John (~1626 - >1627)
----------child: Winslow, Josiah (~1629 - 1680)
----------child: Winslow, Elizabeth (~1630 - <1698)
?, Susanna (*1664 - )
per MAYFLOWER INCREASINGS by Susan Roser

spouse: White, Peregrine (~1660 - 1727)
- m. Abt 1684

?, Susanna (1751 - )
b. 1751

father: Ellis, ?(*1718 - )
mother: Shurtleff, Hanna(*1730 - )
?, Susannah (~1674 - 1756)
b. Abt 1674
d. 13 Jun 1756 in Bolton,Middlesex,MA
Mayflower Families In Progress - Degory Priest; Family 29

spouse: Holman, Abraham (~1672 - >1726)
- m. Abt 1696

----------child: Holman, Abraham JR (1697 - )
----------child: Holman, Nathaniel (~1701 - )
----------child: Holman, Susanna (1702 - )
?, Susannah (1725 - )
b. 9 May 1725
!DEAT NOTE Was descendant of Mayflower passenger James Chilton.

spouse: Drinkwater, William (1710 - 1758)
- m. 14 Mar 1751

----------child: Drinkwater, Ebenezer (1751 - )
----------child: Drinkwater, Joanna (1753 - )
----------child: Drinkwater, Thomas (1756 - )
----------child: Drinkwater, Ann (1758 - )
?, Sybil (1802 - 1896)
b. 1802
d. 1896
!Birth: NATHAN HALE COLLECTION, MAINE CEMETERY INDEXES BY SURNAME, FHC #1316194. Death: NATHAN HALE COLLECTION, MAINE CEMETERY INDEXES BY SURNAME, FHC #1316194. Burial: NATHAN HALE COLLECTION, MAINE CEMETERY INDEXES BY SURNAME, FHC #1316194, McAllister cemetery, route 7, dover-Foxcroft, Piscataquis, ME.

spouse: Packard, Daniel (1799 - )
?, Sylvia (*1816 - )
spouse: Whitman, Bowen Becalm (~1817 - )
- m. Abt 1839

----------child: Whitman, Ruth (~1840 - )
----------child: Whitman, Mary (~1844 - )
?, Temperance (*1733 - )
!MARRIAGE-SPOUSE: 2nd, Harwich and Chatham, Mass. Genealogical, by Vernon R. Nickerson Ed. P 79. Sutro Library, San Francisco, CA F74 H42 N5. NOTE: P 68 shows marriage as 19 Jul 1754, Mrs Temperance Stone.

spouse: Clark, Seth (1726 - )
- m. 9 Jul 1754 in Harwich,Barnstable,MA

?, Thankful (*1714 - )
!surname OTIS?

spouse: Otis, Job (*1710 - )
??, ?? (*1762 - )
spouse: Richmond, Edward (1758 - )
A., Amy (*1774 - )
spouse: Latham, William (2) (*1770 - 1856)
Abbe, Ada (1846 - ~1918)
b. Aug 1846 in Mattewan,Van Buren,MI
d. Abt 1918 in Rome,Oneida,NY

father: Abbe, Lucien(~1813 - 1858)
!BIRTH US Census Mi + NY "Abbe/Abbey Genealogy" by Cleveland Abbe P:144

!DEATH

spouse: Coventry, Alexander (1844 - ~1918)
- m. 2 Aug 1871 in Mattewan,Van Buren,MI

----------child: private
Abbe, Hannah (1693 - 1769)
b. 13 Aug 1693 in Wenham or Windham,,CT
d. 24 Mar 1769 in Windham,CT
SOURCE CITATION: Title: GEDCOM File DONSHIN

SOURCE CITATION: Title: GEDCOM File DONSHIN

spouse: Welch, Thomas (1694 - )
- m. Bef 28 Jun 1714
SOURCE CITATION: Title: GEDCOM File DONSHIN
----------child: Welch, Jeremiah (1714 - )
----------child: Welch, John (1717 - )
----------child: Welch, Daniel (1726 - )
Abbe, Jesse (1783 - 1859)
b. 14 Jun 1783 in Windham,Windham,CT
d. 1859 in Mattewan,Van Buren,MI

father: Abbe, Joshua(1751 - )
!BIRTH "Abbe/Abbey Genealogy" by Cleveland Abbe P:143

!MARRIAGE "Abbe/Abbey Genealogy" by Cleveland Abbe P:144 "Families of Ancient New Haven" By Donald L. Jaabus P:508

!DEATH "Abbe/Abbey Genealogy" by Cleveland Abbe P:143 " History of Van Buren County"

!SERVICE New York State Militia Records 1820-24 CT Militia - War of 1812

spouse:
- m. Abt 1811 in ,CT

----------child: Abbe, Lucien (~1813 - 1858)
Abbe, Joshua (1710 - 1807)
b. 20 Jan 1710 in Mansfield,Windham,CT
d. 14 Jan 1807 in Windham,Windham,CT
!BIRTH "Abbe-Abbey Genealogy" by Cleveland Abbe P:35 "Descendants of Governor William Bradford" by Ruth Gardiner Hall

!MARRTAGE "Abbe-Abbey Genealogy" by Cleveland Abbe P:35 "Descendants of Governor William Bradford" by Ruth Gardiner Hall

!DEATH "Abbe-Abbey Genealogy" by Cleveland Abbe P:35 Congregational Church Records Windham, Ct

Had Large Land holdings

!MI # 28,548

spouse: Ripley, Mary (1714 - 1770)
- m. Abt 1735 in Windham,Windham,CT

----------child: Abbe, Joshua (1751 - )
Abbe, Joshua (1751 - )
b. 3 Jan 1751 in Windham,Windham,CT
d. in LeRoy,Genesee,NY

father: Abbe, Joshua(1710 - 1807)
mother: Ripley, Mary(1714 - 1770)
!BIRTH "Abbe-Abbey Genealogy" by Cleveland Abbe P:35 + 76

!MARRIAGE "Abbe-Abbey Genealogy" by Cleveland Abbe P:77

!DEATH "Abbe-Abbey Genealogy" by Cleveland Abbe P:77

spouse:
- m. 19 Nov 1771 in Windham,Windham,CT

----------child: Abbe, Jesse (1783 - 1859)
Abbe, Lucien (~1813 - 1858)
b. Abt 1813 in ,CT
d. 1858 in Mattewan,Van Buren,MI

father: Abbe, Jesse(1783 - 1859)
!BIRTH "Abbe/Abbey Genealogy" by Cleveland Abbe P:144 1850 US census MI

!MARRIAGE Marriage Records, Madison County, Ohio 1810-1865 by Mrs Ralph Oral Whitaker

!DEATH History of Van Buren County Mi

spouse:
- m. 7 Oct 1835 in ,Madison,OH

----------child: Abbe, Ada (1846 - ~1918)
Abbe, Sarah (1699 - >1754)
b. 11 Mar 1698/1699 in Windham,CT
d. Aft 1754
SOURCE CITATION: Title: GEDCOM File DONSHIN

SOURCE CITATION: Title: GEDCOM File DONSHIN

spouse: Welch, John (1699 - <1754)
- m. 11 Apr 1729 in Plainfield,,CT
SOURCE CITATION: Title: GEDCOM File DONSHIN
----------child: Welch, Hannah (1730 - )
----------child: Welch, John (1732 - )
Abbott, Charles Sibley (1846 - )
b. 26 Jun 1846 in Louisville,KY.

father: Abbott, James P.(1813 - )
mother: Sibley, Sarah Smith(1813 - )
SOURCE CITATION: Title: (See source comments) Source Comments: Brøderbund WFT Vol. 7, Ed. 1, Tree #1141, Date of Import: 25 Apr 1997

SOURCE CITATION: Title: (See source comments) Source Comments: Brøderbund WFT Vol. 7, Ed. 1, Tree #1141, Date of Import: 25 Apr 1997

spouse: McMullen, Marrietta (1848 - )
- m. 16 Apr 1874 in Louisville,KY.
SOURCE CITATION: Title: (See source comments) Source Comments: Brøderbund WFT Vol. 7, Ed. 1, Tree #1141, Date of Import: 25 Apr 1997 <P> Line in Record @F368@ (MRIN 368) from GEDCOM file not recognized: _FREL Natural <P> Line in Record @F368@ (MRIN 368) from GEDCOM file not recognized: _MREL Natural <P>
----------child: private
Abbott, James P. (1813 - )
b. 23 Nov 1813 in Boston,MA

father: Abbott, Samuel(1765 - 1856)
mother: Spear, Abigail(1777 - 1852)
SOURCE CITATION: Title: (See source comments) Source Comments: Brøderbund WFT Vol. 7, Ed. 1, Tree #1141, Date of Import: 25 Apr 1997

SOURCE CITATION: Title: (See source comments) Source Comments: Brøderbund WFT Vol. 7, Ed. 1, Tree #1141, Date of Import: 25 Apr 1997

spouse: Sibley, Sarah Smith (1813 - )
- m. 22 Sep 1838 in Bridgeton,NJ.
SOURCE CITATION: Title: (See source comments) Source Comments: Brøderbund WFT Vol. 7, Ed. 1, Tree #1141, Date of Import: 25 Apr 1997 <P> Line in Record @F366@ (MRIN 366) from GEDCOM file not recognized: _FREL Natural <P> Line in Record @F366@ (MRIN 366) from GEDCOM file not recognized: _MREL Natural <P>
----------child: Abbott, Charles Sibley (1846 - )
Abbott, Mary (b1710 - )
b. 8 Feb 1709/1710
!SOURCE:Descendants of Jeremiah Sabean of Nova Scotia FHL book #929.271/Sal3m SOURCE:York County, ME records

spouse: Sabin, Jeremiah (1703 - >1736)
- m. 23 Sep 1724 in Upper Kittery,York,ME

----------child: Sabin, Mary (~1726 - )
----------child: Sabin, Sarah (~1728 - )
----------child: Sabin, ? (~1730 - )
----------child: Sabin, Jeremiah (~1732 - ~1815)
----------child: Sabin, Simon (~1734 - )
----------child: Sabin, Ester (~1736 - )
Abbott, Mary Rebecca (1815 - 1893)
b. 20 Dec 1815 in St. Simon's Is.,Glynn,GA
d. 21 Oct 1893 in Brunswick,Glynn,GA
!Sources: 1860 Census of Georgia - Glynn County; "History of Oak Grove Cemetery, City of Brunswick, Glynn County, Georgia" by Herbert L. Joiner, Sr. (1977) (references obtained by courtesy of the Brunswick-Glynn County Regional Library)

!Source: Records kept by Mrs. Scott Blain of Beaumont, TX.

!Source: Copy of Family Record originally kept by Miss Maria C. Blain

!Source: "A Genealogical Record of the Descendants of John Scranton of Guilford, Conn. Who Died in the Year 1671", compiled by Rev. Erastus Scranton, 1855.

!Source: Application of Hazel Blain Holmes Burns to the National Society of the Colonial Dames of America in the State of Georgia. Cites "Georgia Genealogical Magazine", p. 222, 1/23/1845 marriage of Alex. Scranton and Mrs. Mary R. Moore., Will of Mary Rebecca Abbott Moore Scranton, bequeating to children of her deceased daughter Annie E. Blain.

!Source: "Pioneers of Wiregrass Georgia", v. 5, by Folks Huxford.

!Source: Gravestone, Blain plot, Oak Grove Cemetery, Brunswick, GA. (have photo)

!Source: 1880 U.S. Census: Brunswick, Glynn Co., GA (15 Jun 1880), Enumeration Dist. 56, p. 26. Age given: 64.

spouse: Scranton, Alexander (1806 - 1867)
- m. 23 Jan 1845 in Brunswick,Glynn,GA

----------child: Scranton, Annie Eliza (1845 - 1880)
----------child: Scranton, Catharine Abbott (1848 - 1928)
Abbott, Samuel (1765 - 1856)
b. 1765 in Boston,MA
d. 15 Oct 1856 in Leominster,MA.
SOURCE CITATION: Title: (See source comments) Source Comments: Brøderbund WFT Vol. 7, Ed. 1, Tree #1141, Date of Import: 25 Apr 1997

SOURCE CITATION: Title: (See source comments) Source Comments: Brøderbund WFT Vol. 7, Ed. 1, Tree #1141, Date of Import: 25 Apr 1997

spouse: Spear, Abigail (1777 - 1852)
- m. 1806
SOURCE CITATION: Title: (See source comments) Source Comments: Brøderbund WFT Vol. 7, Ed. 1, Tree #1141, Date of Import: 25 Apr 1997 <P> Line in Record @F365@ (MRIN 365) from GEDCOM file not recognized: _FREL Natural <P> Line in Record @F365@ (MRIN 365) from GEDCOM file not recognized: _MREL Natural <P>
----------child: Abbott, James P. (1813 - )
Abbott, Samuel P. (1836 - 1880)
b. 19 Oct 1836 in York,ME
d. 9 Nov 1880 in Portsmouth,NH
!DEAT NOTE Died from Typhoid Fever

!Samuel P. Abbott was a rigger when he enlisted in the Milita of New Hampshire on 8-22-1862 for a period of 3 years. Statement of Recruiting Officer states that Samual was 5 feet f 3/4 inches high, had grey eyes, dark hair, and light complexion. He was mustered into service with the Thirteenth Regiment NH Volunteer Infantry 9/12 to 10/9/1862 at Concord by Charles Holmes, Capt, 17th Inf. USA. Discharged for disability at Washington, DC 2/23/63

spouse: Perkins, Elizabeth J. (1843 - 1917)
- m. 29 Sep 1862 in York,Maine

----------child: private
Abbott, Sarah (1725 - 1793)
b. 6 Nov 1725 in Brookfield,Worcester,MA
d. 19 Feb 1793 in Brookfield,Worcester,MA
!SOURCE:Descendants of George Abbott of Rowley FHL film # 0896614 SOURCE: The Gilbert Family FHL book # 929.273/G377b. BIRTH: Brookfield VR.

spouse: Gilbert, John (1723 - 1806)
- m. 3 Nov 1744 in Brookfield,Worcester,MA

----------child: Gilbert, Nathan (1745 - )
----------child: Gilbert, Rachel (1746 - )
----------child: Gilbert, Gideon (1748 - )
----------child: Gilbert, Asa (1750 - )
----------child: Gilbert, Dinah (1752 - )
----------child: Gilbert, Abel (1754 - 1777)
----------child: Gilbert, Jemima (1756 - )
----------child: Gilbert, Joel (1758 - )
----------child: Gilbert, Elizabeth (1760 - 1815)
----------child: Gilbert, Jonas (1762 - )
----------child: Gilbert, Sarah (1764 - 1820)
----------child: Gilbert, Obed (1766 - 1768)
----------child: Gilbert, Abigail (1769 - )
Abel, Simon (*1749 - )
spouse: Brewster, Rachel Partridge (1754 - <1789)
- m. 1 Apr 1773 in Lebanon,Windham Co,CT

Abell, Helen (*1850 - >1948)
b. in prob,NY
d. Aft 1948 in probably Silver,NY

father: Abell, William Hawks(1814 - )
mother: Lee, Eliza(1820 - 1868)
spouse: Denny, J.D. (*1846 - >1915)
Abell, William Arvel (*1845 - )
spouse: Rogers, Sarah Ellen (~1836 - )
- m. 1872

Abell, William Hawks (1814 - )
b. 29 Jan 1814 in Bennington,Unkn Co,NY

spouse: Lee, Eliza (1820 - 1868)
- m. 22 Oct 1846

----------child: Abell, Helen (*1850 - >1948)
Abigail, ? (*1702 - 1746)
d. 16 Apr 1746

spouse: Comstock, William (1698 - 1765)
Adams, Abiel (1685 - 1758)
b. 15 Dec 1685 in Dedham,MA
d. 1758

father: Adams, William(1650 - 1685)
mother: Bradford, Alice(~1659 - 1746)
!Mayflower Families Progress series p 36/7 (William Bradford line)

spouse: Chauncey, Isaac (~1680 - )
spouse: Metcalf, Joseph (~1680 - 1723)
- m. 3 Sep 1707 in Falmouth,Barnstable,MA

----------child: Metcalf, Abigail (1708 - )
----------child: Metcalf, Abijah (1709 - )
----------child: Metcalf, Alice (1712 - )
----------child: Metcalf, Hannah (1712 - )
----------child: Metcalf, Mary (1715 - )
----------child: Metcalf, Abiel (*1716 - )
----------child: Metcalf, Elizabeth (1717 - )
----------child: Metcalf, Delight (1719 - )
----------child: Metcalf, Sarah (1721 - )
----------child: Metcalf, Sybil (1722 - 1722)
----------child: Metcalf, Azubah (1723 - )
Adams, Abigail (1658 - 1696)
b. 27 Feb 1658 in Braintree,Norfolk,MA
d. 26 Oct 1696 in Braintree,Norfolk,MA
per MAYFLOWER INCREASINGS by Susan E. Roser

spouse: Bass, John (1658 - 1724)
- m. Bef 1688

Adams, Abigail "Nabby" Amelia (1765 - 1813)
b. 14 Jul 1765 in Braintree,MA
d. 15 Aug 1813

father: Adams, John(1735 - 1826)
mother: Smith, Abigail(1744 - 1818)
Married Hon. Henry William Smith, who was private secretary of President Adams, and appointed by him to the office of surveyor of the port of New York, which office he retained until 1807. Resided in Cherry Valley, NY.

spouse: Smith, Henry William (1755 - 1816)
Adams, Alice (1682 - 1735)
b. 3 Apr 1682 in Dedham,MA
d. 19 Feb 1735 in Enfield,Hartford,CT

father: Adams, William(1650 - 1685)
mother: Bradford, Alice(~1659 - 1746)
spouse: Collins, Nathaniel (~1677 - 1756)
- m. 7 Jan 1701

----------child: Collins, Mary (1701 - 1702)
----------child: Collins, Ann (1702 - 1778)
----------child: Collins, John (1704 - >1704)
----------child: Collins, Alice (1706 - 1709)
----------child: Collins, Nathaniel (1709 - >1709)
----------child: Collins, William (1711 - >1711)
----------child: Collins, Edward (1713 - >1713)
----------child: Collins, Alice (1716 - >1716)
Adams, Arthur (1841 - 1846)
b. 1841
d. 1846

father: Adams, Charles Francis(1807 - 1886)
mother: Brooks, Abigail Brown(1808 - 1889)
Adams, Brooks (1848 - 1927)
b. 1848
d. 1927

father: Adams, Charles Francis(1807 - 1886)
mother: Brooks, Abigail Brown(1808 - 1889)
spouse: private
Adams, Charles (1770 - 1800)
b. 29 May 1770 in Boston,MA
d. 30 Nov 1800

father: Adams, John(1735 - 1826)
mother: Smith, Abigail(1744 - 1818)
!2 daughters; line descends through the Crane and Johnson names.

spouse: Smith, Sarah "Sally" (1769 - 1828)
- m. 29 Aug 1795

Adams, Charles Francis (1807 - 1886)
b. 18 Aug 1807 in Boston,MA
d. 21 Nov 1886 in Boston,MA

father: Adams, John Quincy(1767 - 1848)
mother: Johnson, Louisa Catherine(1775 - 1852)
Source: Mr. Adams resided for much of his earlier liefe with his parents in Europe, and early became master of several languages. He graduated from Harvard College in 1825, soon after his father was inaugurated president. He studied in the office of Daniel Webster in Boston and was admitted to the Bar in 1828. He was a member of the Whig party and of the Massachusetts Legislature, 1831 to 1836. He was nominated for the vice-presidency by the Free Soil Republicans on the ticket with Martin Van Buren in 1848; elected to Congress in 1858 and re-elected in 1860. President Lincoln appointed him minister to England in 1861, where he continued till 1868, a position which both his father and grandfather had filled before him, but which now required the highest order of diplimatic ability. With firmness and success he won lasting laurels as an American of great patriotism and diplomatic ability.

spouse: Brooks, Abigail Brown (1808 - 1889)
- m. 3 Sep 1829 in Boston,MAssachusetts

----------child: Adams, Louisa Catherine "Sister (1831 - 1870)
----------child: Adams, John Quincy (1833 - 1894)
----------child: Adams, Charles Francis (1835 - 1915)
----------child: Adams, Henry (1838 - 1918)
----------child: Adams, Arthur (1841 - 1846)
----------child: Adams, Mary Gardner (1845 - 1928)
----------child: Adams, Brooks (1848 - 1927)
Adams, Charles Francis (1835 - 1915)
b. 1835
d. 1915

father: Adams, Charles Francis(1807 - 1886)
mother: Brooks, Abigail Brown(1808 - 1889)
spouse: Ogden, Mary Hone "Minnie" (1843 - 1935)
Adams, Edith (1688 - <1724)
b. 25 Jun 1688 in Chelmsford,MA
d. Bef 7 Dec 1724

spouse: Bradford, James (1689 - 1762)
- m. 1711

----------child: Bradford, William (1718 - 1799)
Adams, Edward (1736 - )
b. 15 Apr 1736 in Barnstable,MA

father: Adams, Thomas(1698 - )
mother: Phinney, Sarah(1702 - )
spouse: Crocker, Rebecca (1740 - )
- m. 20 Mar 1760 in Barnstable,MA

----------child: Adams, Rebecca (1770 - 1865)
Adams, Edward (*1799 - )
spouse: Padelford, Abigail (1803 - 1837)
Adams, Elihu (1741 - 1776)
b. 29 May 1741 in Braintree,MA
d. 18 Mar 1776

father: Adams, John(1692 - 1761)
mother: Boylston, Susannah(*1708 - 1797)
Capt. Elihu Adams married (pub. Sep 20, 1765) Thankful White, the daughter of Joseph White, Esq., of Randolph, Mass., and Ruth Nash. Capt. Elihu setrtled in Randolph, Mass., the part now Holbrook. He was captain of the Braintree company at the siege of Boston, when he contracted a fever. His widow was appointed guardian of the minor children, John and Elisha.

spouse: White, Thankful (1747 - )
- m. 20 Sep 1765

Adams, Elizabeth (1680 - 1766)
b. 23 Dec 1680 in Dedham,MAssachusetts
d. 27 Dec 1766 in New Haven,Connecticut

father: Adams, William(1650 - 1685)
mother: Bradford, Alice(~1659 - 1746)
spouse: Whiting, Samuel (1670 - 1725)
- m. 14 Sep 1696 in Norwich,Connecticut

----------child: Whiting, Ann (1698 - 1778)
----------child: Whiting, Samuel (1700 - 1718)
----------child: Whiting, Elizabeth (1702 - 1730)
----------child: Whiting, William (1704 - )
----------child: Whiting, John (1705 - 1786)
----------child: Whiting, Lidea (1708 - )
----------child: Whiting, Sybil (1708 - 1755)
----------child: Whiting, Martha (1710 - 1719)
----------child: Whiting, Mary (1712 - 1736)
----------child: Whiting, Eliphalet (1715 - 1736)
----------child: Whiting, Elisha (1717 - )
----------child: Whiting, Samuel (1720 - 1803)
----------child: Whiting, Joseph (1722 - )
----------child: Whiting, Nathan (1724 - 1776)
spouse: Niles, Samuel (~1675 - )
- m. 2 Dec 1737

Adams, Elizabeth (1760 - 1844)
b. 1760 in Newington,NH
d. 6 Jan 1844 in Newington,NH

spouse: Adams, Joseph (1751 - 1828)
- m. 8 Dec 1779 in Newington,NH

----------child: Adams, Lois (1790 - 1844)
Adams, George Washington (1801 - 1829)
b. 13 Apr 1801 in Berlin,Prussia
d. 30 Apr 1829 in Long Island Soun,New York

father: Adams, John Quincy(1767 - 1848)
mother: Johnson, Louisa Catherine(1775 - 1852)
!Graduated from Harvard College, 1821; was admitted to the bar and practiced law in Boston; represented Quincy in the Legislature, 1826; joined the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company of Boston, in 1826; was Orderly Serg't in 1827; became Captain of the City Guards of Boston; was Brigade Major of 3d Brigade, 1st Div., in 1828, and was lost on a steamer on Long Island Sound, April 30, 1829; not married. (Source: A Genealogical History of Henry Adams, of Braintree, Mass., and his Descendants; also John Adams, of Cambridge, Mass., by Andrew N. Adams, 1898, The Tuttle Company, Rutland, Vt.)


Adams, Hannah (1698 - )
b. 21 Feb 1697/1698 in Braintree,Norfolk,MA

father: Adams, Joseph(1654 - 1737)
mother: Bass, Hannah(1667 - 1705)
!Source: "Genealogies of the Families of Braintree, Massachusetts 1640-1850 ...", Compiled by Waldo Chamberlain Sprague. Published on microfilm in cooperation with the Quincy Historical Society and the New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston 1983. LDS FHL film #1405272.

!Source: "Genealogies of Mayflower Families from the New England Historical and Genealogical Register", Selected by Gary Boyd Roberts (1985).

!Source: "A Genealogical History of Henry Adams of Braintree, Mass., and His Descendants" by Andrew N. Adams (LC #CS71.A2 1898).

!Source: "Family Memorial Part I - Genealogy of Fourteen Families of the Early Settlers of New=England" by Elisha Thayer. LC# CS71.T37 1835.

spouse: Owen, Benjamin (1691 - <1754)
- m. 24 Feb 1725 in Braintree,Norfolk,MA

----------child: Owen, Hannah (1725 - 1818)
Adams, Henry (1838 - 1918)
b. 1838
d. 1918

father: Adams, Charles Francis(1807 - 1886)
mother: Brooks, Abigail Brown(1808 - 1889)
spouse: Hooper, Marian "Clover" (1843 - 1885)
Adams, Jane (*1800 - )
spouse: Rogers, James M. (*1799 - )
- m. 24 Aug 1820 in ,Daviess,KY

Adams, John (1692 - 1761)
b. 8 Feb 1691/1692 in Braintree,MA
d. 25 May 1761 in Braintree,MA

father: Adams, Joseph(1654 - 1737)
mother: Bass, Hannah(1667 - 1705)
Known as Deacon John to distinguish him from his famous son. He led a rural existence hardly different from that of his forebears except for an ardent involvement in the local parish and a determination that his son John, born in 1735, should go to Harvard College and become a clergyman. He was a cordwainer and farmer, residing in Braintree, now Quincy, Mass.

spouse: Boylston, Susannah (*1708 - 1797)
- m. 31 Oct 1734 in Brookline,MAssachusetts

----------child: Adams, John (1735 - 1826)
----------child: Adams, Peter Boylston (1738 - 1823)
----------child: Adams, Elihu (1741 - 1776)
Adams, John (1695 - 1762)
b. 14 Dec 1695 in Medfield,Mass.
d. 16 Jan 1762 in Canterbury,Conn
SOUR "Genealogical Study of the Family of Josiah Fisher CONT privately published, 1978 revised 1993

spouse: Cleveland, Abigail (1715 - 1782)
Adams, John (~1699 - )
b. Abt 1699

spouse: Earle, Elizabeth (1699 - )
Adams, John (1735 - 1826)
b. 19 Oct 1735 in Braintree,MA
d. 4 Jul 1826 in Quincy,MA

father: Adams, John(1692 - 1761)
mother: Boylston, Susannah(*1708 - 1797)
Adams, John (1735-1826), second president (1797-1801) and first vice-president (1789-97) of the United States, and leader in the movement for independence. His presidency was marked by rivalry with fellow-Federalist Alexander Hamilton, controversy over government measures taken to curb political opposition, and a crisis in U.S. relations with France.

Adams was born on October 30, 1735, in Braintree (now Quincy), Massachusetts, a town in which Adamses had lived since 1638. His father had married into a wealthy Boston family, the Boylstons, and was thus able to send his son to Harvard College, from which young Adams graduated in 1755. He then selected law and soon found that in the courtroom his acquired erudition and intellectual precision overcame his natural timidity, and he became a powerful speaker and an adroit advocate. At the age of 29 Adams married Abigail Smith, a woman who was clearly his intellectual and psychological equal.

The Coming of the Revolution

The controversy that preceded the American Revolution catapulted Adams into a position of political leadership. His Braintree Instructions (1765) was a powerful denunciation of the Stamp Act, and his oddly titled Dissertation on the Canon and Feudal Law (1765) was a prescient analysis of the emotional and ideological demands facing the colonists. Chosen as a lawyer for several British soldiers charged with the death of five colonists in the Boston Massacre (1770), Adams successfully defended his clients by justifying their use of force out of fear for their lives. In his essays Novanglus (1774-75), he defended colonial resistance and argued that the British Empire was in reality a league of nearly autonomous entities; thus, he anticipated 19th-century self-government of British overseas possessions.

In the First and Second Continental Congresses, Adams emerged as a powerful exponent of the historic rights of the English and the natural rights of humankind. Along with his cousin Samuel Adams, he initiated (1775) the effort to secure the appointment of George Washington as commander of the new Continental army. Adams served on the committee to draft the Declaration of Independence, but when Thomas Jefferson later claimed that Adams had given him a free hand in composing it, Adams responded indignantly that the document was "a theatrical show" in which "Jefferson ran away with the stage effect _ and all the glory of it." Thus began a rivalry that continued for more than a decade.

More clearly perhaps than any other leading patriot of his day, Adams expressed the fear that he and his fellow revolutionaries might fail in summoning forth the virtue and objectivity required to avoid loss of nerve and internal factionalism. His Thoughts on Government (1776), in which he elaborated on these warnings, became a handbook on the writing of early state constitutions and particularly influenced the preparation of those documents in Virginia, North Carolina, and Massachusetts.

Diplomatic Service and Vice-Presidency

In 1778 Congress sent Adams and John Jay to join Benjamin Franklin as diplomatic representatives in Europe. Franklin remained the American envoy to France; Adams went to the Dutch Republic and had the responsibility for opening negotiations with Britain; Jay traveled to Spain. In 1782 and 1783, the three men together negotiated the Treaty of Paris, ending the 8-year war with Great Britain.

In 1785 Adams was appointed diplomatic envoy to Great Britain, a position he held until 1788. His duties in England caused him to miss the Constitutional Convention and the ratifying debates. He had played a crucial role earlier, however, in drafting the Massachusetts Constitution of 1780. While in London he wrote the three-volume Defence of the Constitutions of Government of the United States of America. This work rebutted a French critic of American politics and reiterated Adams's belief that only formal restraints on the exercise of power and on the impulses of the populace could militate against human evil and societal weaknesses.

Because he ran second to Washington in electoral-college balloting in both 1788 and 1792, Adams became the nation's first vice-president. In that capacity, he limited himself to presiding over the Senate.

The Presidency In 1796 Adams was chosen to succeed Washington as president, winning over Thomas Jefferson and Thomas Pinckney. The threat of war with France, along with the resulting passionate debate over foreign policy and the limits of dissent, dominated the politics of his administration. The war scare was sparked by American indignation over French attempts to extort money from U.S. representatives in the so-called XYZ affair. A conflict arose over the measures to be taken in preparation for possible hostilities. Adams favored strengthening the navy and building coastal fortifications, but an opposing group led by former secretary of the treasury Alexander Hamilton persuaded Congress to create a large standing army, with Hamilton himself as inspector general. Because the possibility of a French invasion of the U.S. was remote, the clear implication of this policy was the creation of an army the size and strength of which could intimidate opposition Republican voters.

Alien and Sedition Acts

The Hamilton Federalists added substance to those fears by pushing through Congress laws restricting the rights and privileges of aliens (presumed to be potential Republican voters or, worse yet, French radicals) and punishing as sedition the printing of false attacks on the dignity or integrity of high government officials. Adams found enough merit in these bills to sign them, and he acquiesced in 14 prosecutions under the Sedition Act. The Alien Acts, however, he refused to enforce.

One of Adams's most fateful decisions was to retain the cabinet he had inherited from Washington, several members of which were personally loyal to Hamilton. Together with Hamilton's supporters in Congress, they engineered the creation of the new army, which Hamilton in actuality controlled.

Agreement with France

Adams did, however, demonstrate the power of the presidency to confront challenges to executive leadership. In February 1799, he appointed new peace commissioners to go to France and reopen negotiations. Adams's timing and judgment were acute; the French foreign minister Charles Maurice de Talleyrand had sent a distinct diplomatic signal that he wanted peace with the U.S. Thus, when the secretary of state Timothy Pickering, a Hamilton follower, tried to sabotage the peace mission, Adams fired him; the two nations quickly came to terms.

The peace initiative enabled Adams to dismantle the new army, much to Hamilton's embarrassment. Adams's foreign policy, however, split the Federalist party on the eve of the 1800 election and contributed significantly to the election of Thomas Jefferson as well as to Republican victories in both houses of Congress.

Retirement

Adams lived for a quarter century after he left the presidency, during which time he wrote extensively. His guiding principles were embodied in a Whig philosophy to which he clung stubbornly. Ill-suited to adapt to the transition to 19th-century romantic culture, he was nevertheless a magnificent exponent of the pessimistic view of human society. He died in Quincy, Massachusetts, on July 4, 1826.

Contributed by: Robert M. Calhoon

Biographic entry: B1256, B1258

"Adams, John," Microsoft (R) Encarta. Copyright (c) 1993 Microsoft Corporation. Copyright (c) 1993 Funk + Wagnall's Corporation

John Adams entered Harvard in 1751. In 1758 he was admitted to the bar. In 1774 he was a delegate to the First Continental Congress, and in 1775 he was also a delegate to the Second Continental Congress, at which time he nominated George Washington as Commander in Chief. He signed the Declaration of Independence in 1776. Sailing to France in 1778, he signed the Treaty of Paris in 1783. In 1789 he was elected Vice-President under George Washington, and was re-elected to that office again in 1792. In 1796 he ran as a Federalist and was elected as the 2nd President of the United States. His Vice-President was Thomas Jefferson. His inauguration took place on March 4, 1797 at Federal Hall in Philadelphia. He lived to see his son, John Quincy Adams, elected as the 6th President of our nation in 1825. It is an unusual coincidence that on July 4, 1826, the day John Adams died, Thomas Jefferson also died.

per Ances of Pres 2nd US President

spouse: Smith, Abigail (1744 - 1818)
- m. 24 Feb 1764 in Weymouth,MAssachusetts

----------child: Adams, Abigail "Nabby" Amelia (1765 - 1813)
----------child: Adams, John Quincy (1767 - 1848)
----------child: Adams, Susanna (1768 - 1770)
----------child: Adams, Charles (1770 - 1800)
----------child: Adams, Thomas Boylston (1772 - 1832)
Adams, John (1803 - 1834)
b. 4 Jul 1803 in Boston,MA
d. 23 Oct 1834 in ,DC

father: Adams, John Quincy(1767 - 1848)
mother: Johnson, Louisa Catherine(1775 - 1852)
!Two daughters: line descends through the Johnson name. John was married to his cousin, Mary Hellen, in the White House, Washington, D.C. (Source: A Genealogical History of Henry Adams, of Braintree, Mass., and his Descendants; also John Adams, of Cambridge, Mass., by Andrew N. Adams, 1898, The Tuttle Company, Rutland, Vt.)

spouse: Hellen, Mary Catherine (1807 - 1870)
- m. 1826 in The White House,Washington,DC

Adams, John Quincy (1767 - 1848)
b. 11 Jul 1767 in Braintree,MA
d. 23 Feb 1848 in ,DC

father: Adams, John(1735 - 1826)
mother: Smith, Abigail(1744 - 1818)
!John Quincy Adams sailed for Europe in 1778 with his father. There, in 1781, he entered Leyden University in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, returning to the United States in 1785. He graduated from Harvard in 1787, and was admitted to the bar in 1790. He political career began in 1794 when he was appointed Minister to The Netherlands. In 1796 his father, John Adams, was elected President. He was elected to the Massachusetts Senate in 1802, and in the following year to the United States Senate. John Quincy became Minister to Russia in 1809. He signed the Treaty of Ghent in 1814 which ended a long war between France and Russia, and also ended the War of 1812 between England and the United States. He became Minister to Great Britain in 1815, and was appointed as the Secretary of State of the United States in 1817. Running as a Federalist John Quincy Adams sought the presidency in 1825. Neither he nor John Calhoun had the necessary majority vote, so the election was up to the House of Representatives, who chose John Quincy Adams as the Sixth President of the United States. John Calhoun served as his Vice-President. His inauguration took place on March 4, 1825 in the Hall of the Representatives, Washington, D.C. After 1825 he chose to become a National Republican. After his term as President, he was elected as Massachusetts representative to Congress. John Quincy Adams was deeply religious and made it a point to read the entire Bible at least once each year, usually a few chapters each morning before breakfast. He read from English, French and German Bibles. After his memorial service, Henry Clay rode with his coffin from Washington to Quincy, along with John C. Calhoun of South Carolina. A little-known congressman from Illinois, Abraham Lincoln, was in charge of the funeral arrangements. !per Ances of Pres 6th US President

spouse: Johnson, Louisa Catherine (1775 - 1852)
- m. 26 Jul 1797 in London,England

----------child: Adams, George Washington (1801 - 1829)
----------child: Adams, John (1803 - 1834)
----------child: Adams, Charles Francis (1807 - 1886)
----------child: Adams, Louisa Catherine (1811 - 1812)
Adams, John Quincy (1833 - 1894)
b. 1833
d. 1894

father: Adams, Charles Francis(1807 - 1886)
mother: Brooks, Abigail Brown(1808 - 1889)
2 daughters + 4 sons.

spouse: Crowninshield, Fanny Cadwalader (1840 - 1911)
Adams, Joseph (1654 - 1737)
b. 24 Dec 1654 in Braintree,Norfolk,MA
d. 12 Feb 1736/1737 in Braintree,Norfolk,MA
per MAYFLOWER INCREASINGS by Susan E. Roser

Joseph Adams married (1) Mary Chapin; (2) Hannah Bass, and (3) Elizabeth Hobart. Joseph was selectman in Braintree in 1673 and in 1698-99. Joseph Adams and John Bass were credited to Braintree for services in the war with the Indians, Aug., 1676.

spouse: Bass, Hannah (1667 - 1705)
- m. 8 Feb 1687/1688 in Braintree,MAssachusetts

----------child: Adams, Joseph (1689 - 1783)
----------child: Adams, John (1692 - 1761)
----------child: Adams, Hannah (1698 - )
Adams, Joseph (1689 - 1783)
b. 4 Jan 1688/1689 in Braintree,MA
d. 20 May 1783 in Newington,NH

father: Adams, Joseph(1654 - 1737)
mother: Bass, Hannah(1667 - 1705)
!Rev. Joseph graduated at Harvard College in 1710. He was ordained and settled at Newington, New Hampshire on November 16, 1715, and remained as pastor for 66 years; was very influential and widely known. He was called by the Hon. Jeremy Belknap, "his old friend the bishop of Newington". He died in his 95th year.

!DEAT NOTE Buried in tomb beneath the Newington Church.

!Graduated Harvard University, settled as minister at Newington, NH 1714 Reverend Joseph Adams was uncle to John Adams, 2nd President of the US.

spouse: Janvrin, Elizabeth (*1698 - 1757)
- m. 13 Oct 1720

spouse: Knight, Elizabeth (1687 - 1757)
- m. 23 Oct 1728 in Portsmouth,NH

----------child: Adams, Joseph (1723 - 1801)
spouse: Brackett, Elizabeth (*1724 - )
- m. 3 Jan 1760

Adams, Joseph (1723 - 1801)
b. 17 Jan 1723 in Newington,NH
d. 20 Mar 1801 in Barnstead,Belknap Cty.NH

father: Adams, Joseph(1689 - 1783)
mother: Knight, Elizabeth(1687 - 1757)
studied medicine and graduated Harvard. Practiced at Newington. Resided at what was known as "Brasbridge Place".

spouse: Gilman, Johanna (*1725 - 1767)
- m. 1747

----------child: Adams, Joseph (1751 - 1828)
Adams, Joseph (1751 - 1828)
b. 16 Jun 1751 in Newington,NH
d. 21 Dec 1828 in Newington,NH

father: Adams, Joseph(1723 - 1801)
mother: Gilman, Johanna(*1725 - 1767)
spouse: Adams, Elizabeth (1760 - 1844)
- m. 8 Dec 1779 in Newington,NH

----------child: Adams, Lois (1790 - 1844)
Adams, Lois (1790 - 1844)
b. 1790 in Newington,NH
d. 1844

father: Adams, Joseph(1751 - 1828)
mother: Adams, Elizabeth(1760 - 1844)
spouse: Peverly, George (1792 - 1856)
- m. 25 Jul 1816 in Newington,NH

----------child: Peverly, Louisa Eliza (1822 - 1877)
Adams, Louisa Catherine (1811 - 1812)
b. 1811 in St. Petersburg,Russia
d. 1812 in St. Petersburg,Russia

father: Adams, John Quincy(1767 - 1848)
mother: Johnson, Louisa Catherine(1775 - 1852)
Source: Died in infancy.


Adams, Louisa Catherine "Sister (1831 - 1870)
b. 1831
d. 1870

father: Adams, Charles Francis(1807 - 1886)
mother: Brooks, Abigail Brown(1808 - 1889)
!NAME Louisa Catherine "Sister Lou" /ADAMS/

spouse: Kohn, Charles (1821 - 1899)
Adams, Mary (1667 - 1706)
b. 25 Feb 1667 in Braintree,Norfolk,MA
d. 9 Mar 1706 in Braintree,Norfolk,MA
per MAYFLOWER INCREASINGS by Susan E. Roser

spouse: Bass, Samuel (1660 - 1751)
- m. Bef 18 Jul 1694

----------child: Bass, Mary (1698 - 1749)
----------child: Bass, Bethia (1704 - )
Adams, Mary Gardner (1845 - 1928)
b. 1845
d. 1928

father: Adams, Charles Francis(1807 - 1886)
mother: Brooks, Abigail Brown(1808 - 1889)
spouse: Quincy, Henry PARKER (1838 - 1899)
Adams, Peter Boylston (1738 - 1823)
b. 16 Oct 1738 in Braintree,MA
d. 2 Jun 1823 in Braintree,MA

father: Adams, John(1692 - 1761)
mother: Boylston, Susannah(*1708 - 1797)
Capt. Peter Boylston Adams was a Representative in the General Court from Braintree in 1792 and 1794.

spouse: Crosby, Mary (*1746 - )
- m. 20 Aug 1768

Adams, Rebecca (1770 - 1865)
b. 1 Oct 1770 in Barnstable,MA
d. 3 May 1865 in Vassalboro,ME

father: Adams, Edward(1736 - )
mother: Crocker, Rebecca(1740 - )
spouse: Robbins, Isaac (b1767 - 1832)
----------child: Robbins, William Adams (1806 - 1848)
Adams, Ruth (1702 - )
b. 10 Apr 1702 in Providence,RI
d. in Becket,CT
*

! SOURCE: "Mayflower Families in Progress", by Harriet Woodbury Hodge Submitted by: Louise McCormak

*

spouse: Kingsley, Amos (1697 - 1787)
- m. 12 Jun 1723 in Windham,CT

----------child: Kingsley, Isaiah (1725 - )
----------child: Kingsley, Amos (1731 - )
----------child: Kingsley, Joseph (*1732 - )
----------child: Kingsley, Nathaniel (*1732 - )
----------child: Kingsley, Alice (*1732 - )
----------child: Kingsley, Elijah (*1732 - )
----------child: Kingsley, Abiah Hannah (*1732 - )
----------child: Kingsley, John (1733 - 1813)
----------child: Kingsley, Samuel (1733 - )
----------child: Kingsley, Ruth (1742 - )
Adams, Susanna (*1701 - )
spouse: Bradford, James (1689 - 1762)
- m. 7 Dec 1724 in Canterbury,CT

Adams, Susanna (1768 - 1770)
b. 28 Dec 1768 in Boston,MA
d. 4 Feb 1770

father: Adams, John(1735 - 1826)
mother: Smith, Abigail(1744 - 1818)
Adams, Thomas (1698 - )
b. 28 Mar 1698 in Bristol,RI

spouse: Phinney, Sarah (1702 - )
- m. 27 Aug 1724 in Barnstable,MA

----------child: Adams, Edward (1736 - )
Adams, Thomas Boylston (1772 - 1832)
b. 15 Sep 1772 in Quincy,MA
d. 12 Mar 1832

father: Adams, John(1735 - 1826)
mother: Smith, Abigail(1744 - 1818)
7 children; all die without issue. (Source: A Genealogical History of Henry Adams, of Braintree, Mass., and His Descendants; also John Adams, of Cambridge, Mass., 1632-1897, by Andrew N. Adams; The Tuttle Company, Printers, Rutland, VT., 1898.)

spouse: Harod, Ann "Nancy" (1774 - 1846)
- m. 16 May 1805 in Haverhill,MAssachusetts

Adams, William (1650 - 1685)
b. 27 May 1650 in Ipswich,MA
d. 17 Aug 1685 in Dedham,MA
per MAYFLOWER INCREASINGS by Susan Roser

Was a clergyman and was ordained in Dedham on 3 Dec 1673. Was made a freeman on 9 Jan 1674.

spouse: Bradford, Alice (~1659 - 1746)
- m. 29 Jan 1680 in Dedham,MAssachusetts,MA

----------child: Adams, Elizabeth (1680 - 1766)
----------child: Adams, Alice (1682 - 1735)
----------child: Adams, William (1683 - 1699)
----------child: Adams, Abiel (1685 - 1758)
Adams, William (1683 - 1699)
b. 17 Dec 1683
d. 1699

father: Adams, William(1650 - 1685)
mother: Bradford, Alice(~1659 - 1746)
William died of a helpless infirmity.


Adams, William Bailey (*1838 - )
Line in Record @I1415@ (RIN 206) from GEDCOM file not recognized: RESI

[appendAUG.GED]

?William Brady Adams?? per Lynn Marble ....

spouse: Marble, Alice Carey (~1842 - )
- m. 1 Nov 1861 in Johnson Co,Iowa
Line in Record @F68@ (MRIN 68) from GEDCOM file not recognized: REFN 7449 <P>
----------child: private
----------child: private
Addis, Ann (1628 - 1708)
b. 1628 in Frampton,Gloucester,England
d. 9 May 1708 in Norwich,New London Co.,CT
!per MAYFLOWER INCREASINGS by Susan Roser Also has Ancestral File Numbers PJGM-5Q and 8LFX-H9.

spouse: Brewster, Benjamin (1633 - 1710)
- m. 28 Feb 1659/1660 in Norwich,New London Co.,CT

----------child: Brewster, Mary (1660 - )
----------child: Brewster, Ann (1662 - )
----------child: Brewster, Jonathan (1664 - 1704)
----------child: Brewster, Daniel (1667 - 1735)
----------child: Brewster, William (1669 - 1728)
----------child: Brewster, Ruth (1671 - 1734)
----------child: Brewster, Benjamin (1673 - 1755)
----------child: Brewster, Elizabeth (1676 - 1744)
Adelia Matilda -Irish, Delia (1807 - 1857)
b. 15 Mar 1807 in Bayfield,Antigonish,NS
d. 8 Feb 1857

father: Irish, George(1779 - )
mother: Cunningham, Mary(1777 - 1849)
Found on IGI - shows first name as Adelia and adds place of birth

spouse: Thompson, Alexander (*1803 - )
----------child: Thompson, Sophia (*1838 - )
----------child: Thompson, Elizabeth (*1838 - )
----------child: Thompson, Annie (*1838 - )
----------child: Thompson, Fanny (*1838 - )
----------child: Thompson, William (*1838 - )
----------child: Thompson, James (*1838 - )
Adgate, Thomas (1670 - 1760)
b. Mar 1670 in Norwich,New London Co.,Connecticut
d. 10 Dec 1760 in Norwich,New London Co.,Connecticut

spouse: Brewster, Ruth (1671 - 1734)
- m. 15 Jun 1692 in Norwich,New London Co.,Connecticut

Ager, Joseph (*1839 - )
spouse: Rutherford, Lydia (>1835 - )
- m. 3 Jan 1866 in Antioch Cem.3DUB,IOWA

Ainsworth, Roderick (*1840 - )
spouse: Phillips, Huldah M. (1844 - 1903)
Aitken, Benjamin (1846 - 1925)
b. 28 Feb 1846 in LOWER MONTAGUE,PE
d. 13 Apr 1925 in Edmonton,AB

spouse: Payzant, Loretta (1844 - 1936)
- m. 28 Jun 1877 in WHITE POINT,NS

----------child: private
----------child: private
----------child: private
----------child: private
----------child: private
Albertson, Penelope (*1686 - )
SOURCE CITATION: Title: (See source comments) Source Comments: Brøderbund WFT Vol. 7, Ed. 1, Tree #1141, Date of Import: 25 Apr 1997

SOURCE CITATION: Title: (See source comments) Source Comments: Brøderbund WFT Vol. 7, Ed. 1, Tree #1141, Date of Import: 25 Apr 1997

per MAYFLOWER INCREASINGS by Susan Roser

spouse: Doty, Jacob (~1682 - )
SOURCE CITATION: Title: (See source comments) Source Comments: Brøderbund WFT Vol. 7, Ed. 1, Tree #1141, Date of Import: 25 Apr 1997
----------child: Doty, John Derrick (*1717 - )
----------child: Doty, Peter (*1717 - )
----------child: Doty, Joseph (*1717 - )
----------child: Doty, William (*1717 - )
Albright, William H. (*1821 - )
spouse: Bramhall, Mary Jane (1825 - 1885)
Alden, ? (*1672 - )
father: Alden, Jonathan(~1632 - 1697)
mother: Hallett, Abigail(~1645 - 1725)
Alden, ? (1759 - )
b. Aug 1759 in Lebanon,New London,CT

father: Alden, John(1716 - )
mother: Ripley, Elizabeth(1724 - 1811)
Alden, Abiah (1729 - )
b. 1729 in Titicut,Barnstable,MA

father: Alden, Samuel(1705 - 1785)
mother: Edson, Abiah(1706 - )
!Edson, Jarvis Bonesteel, EDSONS IN EMGLAND AND AMERICA AND GENEALOGY OF THE EDSONS, printed by The Knickerbocker Press, 27 W. 23rd St. NY, NY, 1903. p.465.


Alden, Abigail (1714 - )
b. 8 Sep 1714

father: Alden, John(~1675 - 1730)
mother: White, Hannah(1681 - 1732)
Alden, Abigail (~1721 - 1762)
b. Abt 1721 in Bridgewater,MA
d. 19 Oct 1762 in Morristown,Morris,NJ

father: Alden, Ebenezer(1693 - 1776)
mother: Keith, Anna(1695 - 1775)
spouse: Byram, Ebenezer (1716 - 1762)
- m. 22 Nov 1738 in E. Bridgewater,NJ

----------child: Byram, Phebe (~1758 - 1795)
Alden, Abner (1764 - )
b. 1764

father: Alden, Joseph(1716 - 1787)
mother: Hall, Hannah(*1723 - 1766)
Alden, Alice (~1686 - 1744)
b. Abt 1685/1686 in Duxbury,Plymouth,MA
d. 12 Jul 1744

father: Alden, David(~1646 - ~1719)
mother: Southworth, Mary(1654 - >1718)
!MAYFLOWER INCREASINGS By Susan E. Roser

spouse: Paddock, Judah (1681 - 1770)
- m. 5 Dec 1706 in Duxbury,Plymouth,MA

----------child: Paddock, Rebecca (1718 - 1812)
Alden, Amariah (*1752 - )
father: Alden, Joseph(1716 - 1787)
mother: Hall, Hannah(*1723 - 1766)
Alden, Amos (1810 - )
b. 3 Feb 1810

father: Alden, Ebenezer(1770 - 1853)
mother: Ames, Elizabeth(1774 - 1865)
Alden, Andrew (1675 - )
b. 1675 in Duxbury,MA

father: Alden, Jonathan(~1632 - 1697)
mother: Hallett, Abigail(~1645 - 1725)
Alden, Andrew (>1681 - >1754)
b. Aft 1681
d. Aft Mar 1754

father: Alden, Jonathan(~1632 - 1697)
mother: Hallett, Abigail(~1645 - 1725)
MAYFLOWER INCREASINGS By Susan E. Roser died CT or Duxbury

spouse: Stanford, Lydia (*1693 - )
- m. 4 Feb 1713/1714 in Duxbury,Plymouth,MA

Alden, Ann (1699 - )
b. 7 Jul 1699

father: Alden, John(1663 - 1730)
mother: Phelps, Elizabeth(~1669 - 1719)
Alden, Anna (<1686 - 1705)
b. Bef 1686 in Duxbury,MA
d. 8 Jun 1705 in Bridgewater

father: Alden, Jonathan(~1632 - 1697)
mother: Hallett, Abigail(~1645 - 1725)
MAYFLOWER INCREASINGS By Susan E. Roser

spouse: Snell, Josiah (1674 - 1753)
- m. 21 Dec 1699 in Duxbury,Plymouth,MA

Alden, Benjamin (1673 - 1741)
b. 1673 in Duxbury,MA
d. 14 Apr 1741 in Duxbury,Plymouth,MA

father: Alden, David(~1646 - ~1719)
mother: Southworth, Mary(1654 - >1718)
MAYFLOWER INCREASINGS By Susan E. Roser married between 3 Oct 1707-1 Jan 1709/10

spouse: Brewster, Hannah (~1688 - 1763)
- m. 1707/1710

Alden, Benjamin (~1684 - )
b. Abt 1684 in Duxbury,Plymouth,MA

father: Alden, Jonathan(~1632 - 1697)
mother: Hallett, Abigail(~1645 - 1725)
Alden, Catharine (1697 - 1702)
b. 19 Aug 1697
d. 31 Oct 1702

father: Alden, John(1663 - 1730)
mother: Phelps, Elizabeth(~1669 - 1719)
Alden, Catharine (1704 - )
b. 17 Sep 1704

father: Alden, John(1663 - 1730)
mother: Phelps, Elizabeth(~1669 - 1719)
Alden, Daniel (1691 - )
b. 1691

father: Alden, Joseph(~1668 - 1747)
mother: Dunham, Hannah(~1670 - 1748)
!Dunham, Isaac Watson, DUNHAM GENEALOGY. pub. by Bulletin Print, Norwich, CT, 1907. p.301.


Alden, David (~1646 - ~1719)
b. Abt 1646
d. Abt 1 Apr 1719 in Duxbury,Plymouth,MA

father: Alden, John(~1599 - 1687)
mother: Mullins, Priscilla Molens(~1602 - 1687)
MAYFLOWER INCREASINGS By Susan E. Roser

spouse: Southworth, Mary (1654 - >1718)
- m. Bef 1667

----------child: Alden, Henry (~1671 - )
----------child: Alden, Sarah (~1671 - )
----------child: Alden, Benjamin (1673 - 1741)
----------child: Alden, Ruth (~1674 - 1758)
----------child: Alden, Elizabeth (1675 - 1771)
----------child: Alden, Priscilla (1679 - >1736)
----------child: Alden, Alice (~1686 - 1744)
----------child: Alden, Samuel (1688 - 1781)
Alden, David (1702 - )
b. 18 May 1702

father: Alden, John(~1675 - 1730)
mother: White, Hannah(1681 - 1732)
Alden, Ebenezer (1693 - 1776)
b. 5 Jan 1693 in E. Bridgewater,NJ
d. 31 Dec 1776 in E. Bridgewater,NJ

father: Alden, Isaac(~1667 - 1727)
mother: Allen, Mehitable(1664 - >1727)
spouse: Keith, Anna (1695 - 1775)
- m. 16 Apr 1717 in Bridgewater,NJ

----------child: Alden, Abigail (~1721 - 1762)
Alden, Ebenezer (1720 - )
b. 8 Oct 1720

father: Alden, John(~1675 - 1730)
mother: White, Hannah(1681 - 1732)
Alden, Ebenezer (1743 - 1773)
b. 1743 in Febuary 4th
d. 6 Jan 1773 in Purchade Cemetar,N. Middleboro. M

father: Alden, Joseph(1716 - 1787)
mother: Hall, Hannah(*1723 - 1766)
!DEAT PLAC Purchade Cemetary, N. Middleboro. Mass.

spouse: Fobes, Ruth (1744 - 1817)
- m. 22 Dec 1763 in North Middleboro,Mass.

----------child: Alden, Hannah (1765 - )
----------child: Alden, Orpah (1766 - )
----------child: Alden, Polly (1767 - )
----------child: Alden, Ruth (1768 - )
----------child: Alden, Joseph (1770 - )
----------child: Alden, Ebenezer (1770 - 1853)
Alden, Ebenezer (1770 - 1853)
b. 8 Aug 1770 in North Middleboro,Mass.
d. 31 Oct 1853 in Appleton,MD

father: Alden, Ebenezer(1743 - 1773)
mother: Fobes, Ruth(1744 - 1817)
spouse: Ames, Elizabeth (1774 - 1865)
- m. in Chester County,Pa.

----------child: Alden, George (1796 - )
----------child: Alden, Joshua (1798 - )
----------child: Alden, Elijah (1800 - )
----------child: Alden, Mary (1802 - )
----------child: Alden, Elizabeth (1804 - 1888)
----------child: Alden, Hannah (1806 - )
----------child: Alden, Ebenezer (1808 - )
----------child: Alden, Amos (1810 - )
----------child: Alden, Ruth Ann (1812 - )
----------child: Alden, John (1815 - )
Alden, Ebenezer (1808 - )
b. 8 Feb 1808

father: Alden, Ebenezer(1770 - 1853)
mother: Ames, Elizabeth(1774 - 1865)
Alden, Eleazer (1694 - 1773)
b. 1694
d. 1773 in So. Bridgewater,Plymouth,MA

father: Alden, Joseph(~1668 - 1747)
mother: Dunham, Hannah(~1670 - 1748)
!Dunham, Isaac Watson, DUNHAM GENEALOGY. pub. by Bulletin Print, Norwich, CT, 1907. p.301.


Alden, Eliab (1762 - )
b. 1762

father: Alden, Joseph(1716 - 1787)
mother: Hall, Hannah(*1723 - 1766)
Alden, Elijah (1800 - )
b. 17 Jan 1800

father: Alden, Ebenezer(1770 - 1853)
mother: Ames, Elizabeth(1774 - 1865)
Alden, Elizabeth (~1624 - 1717)
b. Abt 1624 in Plymouth,Plymouth,MA
d. 31 May 1717 in Little Compton,Newport,RI

father: Alden, John(~1599 - 1687)
mother: Mullins, Priscilla Molens(~1602 - 1687)
MAYFLOWER INCREASINGS By Susan E. Roser

spouse: Pabodie, William (~1620 - 1707)
- m. 26 Dec 1644 in Duxbury,Plymouth,MA

----------child: Pabodie, John (1645 - 1669)
----------child: Pabodie, Elizabeth (1647 - 1679)
----------child: Pabodie, Mary (1648 - >1727)
----------child: Pabodie, Mercy (1650 - 1728)
----------child: Pabodie, Martha (1651 - 1712)
----------child: Pabodie, Priscilla (1652 - 1653)
----------child: Pabodie, Priscilla (1654 - 1724)
----------child: Pabodie, Sarah (1656 - 1740)
----------child: Pabodie, Ruth (1658 - 1725)
----------child: Pabodie, Rebecca (1660 - 1702)
----------child: Pabodie, Hannah (1662 - 1723)
----------child: Pabodie, William (1664 - 1744)
----------child: Pabodie, Lydia (1667 - 1748)
Alden, Elizabeth (1662 - 1662)
b. 9 May 1662 in Boston,Suffolk,MA
d. 14 Jul 1662 in Boston,Suffolk,MA

father: Alden, John(~1627 - 1702)
mother: Phillips, Elizabeth(<1640 - 1695)
MAYFLOWER INCREASINGS By Susan E. Roser


Alden, Elizabeth (1665 - >1729)
b. 9 Apr 1665 in Boston,Suffolk,MA
d. Aft 1 Sep 1729

father: Alden, John(~1627 - 1702)
mother: Phillips, Elizabeth(<1640 - 1695)
MAYFLOWER INCREASINGS By Susan E. Roser

spouse: Walley, John (1662 - <1702)
- m. Abt 1683

spouse: Willard, Simon (1676 - 1713)
- m. 30 Apr 1702 in Boston,Suffolk,MA

Alden, Elizabeth (>1672 - 1757)
b. Aft 1672 in Duxbury,MA
d. 1738/1757

father: Alden, Jonathan(~1632 - 1697)
mother: Hallett, Abigail(~1645 - 1725)
MAYFLOWER INCREASINGS By Susan E. Roser

died between 21 Feb 1738-2 May 1757

spouse: Chandler, Edmund (*1630 - 1717)
- m. Bef 2 Jul 1711 in Duxbury Mass.

----------child: Chandler, Lydia (*1621 - )
spouse: West, Pelatiah (1674 - 1756)
- m. 12 Jul 1722 in Duxbury,Plymouth,MA

Alden, Elizabeth (~1673 - 1705)
b. Abt 1673 in Bridgewater,Plymouth,MA
d. 8 May 1705 in Bridgewater,Plymouth,MA

father: Alden, Joseph(>1627 - 1697)
mother: Simmons, Mary(1638 - >1697)
MAYFLOWER INCREASINGS By Susan E. Roser

spouse: Snow, Benjamin (~1669 - 1743)
- m. 12 Dec 1693 in Bridgewater,Plymouth,MAssachusetts

----------child: Snow, Rebecca (1694 - )
----------child: Snow, Benjamin (1696 - 1760)
----------child: Snow, Solomon (1698 - <1741)
----------child: Snow, Ebenezer (1701 - )
----------child: Snow, Elizabeth (1705 - 1755)
Alden, Elizabeth (1675 - 1771)
b. 9 Apr 1675 in Duxbury,Plymouth,MA
d. 4 Jan 1771

father: Alden, David(~1646 - ~1719)
mother: Southworth, Mary(1654 - >1718)
MAYFLOWER INCREASINGS By Susan E. Roser

spouse: Seabury, John (~1673 - 1759)
- m. 9 Dec 1697 in Duxbury,Plymouth,MA

Alden, Elizabeth (1687 - )
b. 7 Nov 1687

father: Alden, John(1663 - 1730)
mother: Phelps, Elizabeth(~1669 - 1719)
Alden, Elizabeth (1757 - 1797)
b. 17 May 1757 in Lebanon,New London,CT
d. 11 Feb 1797

father: Alden, John(1716 - )
mother: Ripley, Elizabeth(1724 - 1811)
spouse: Wattles, Dennison (*1753 - )
Alden, Elizabeth (1804 - 1888)
b. 5 Jan 1804 in PA
d. 22 Apr 1888

father: Alden, Ebenezer(1770 - 1853)
mother: Ames, Elizabeth(1774 - 1865)
spouse: Garrett, Thomas (1791 - 1864)
- m. 4 Apr 1828 in Cecil County,MD

----------child: Garrett, David (1829 - 1900)
----------child: Garrett, George Alden (1831 - 1891)
----------child: Garrett, James Thomas (1835 - )
----------child: Garrett, Matilda (1841 - 1890)
Alden, Eunice (*1752 - )
father: Alden, Joseph(1716 - 1787)
mother: Hall, Hannah(*1723 - 1766)
Alden, Fear (1753 - )
b. 2 May 1753

father: Alden, Joseph(1716 - 1787)
mother: Hall, Hannah(*1723 - 1766)
Alden, George (1796 - )
b. 7 Jul 1796

father: Alden, Ebenezer(1770 - 1853)
mother: Ames, Elizabeth(1774 - 1865)
Alden, Gilliam (1699 - )
b. 7 Jul 1699

father: Alden, John(1663 - 1730)
mother: Phelps, Elizabeth(~1669 - 1719)
Alden, Hannah (1688 - )
b. 20 Nov 1688

father: Alden, John(1663 - 1730)
mother: Phelps, Elizabeth(~1669 - 1719)
Alden, Hannah (1696 - )
b. 1696

father: Alden, Joseph(~1668 - 1747)
mother: Dunham, Hannah(~1670 - 1748)
!Dunham, Isaac Watson, DUNHAM GENEALOGY. pub. by Bulletin Print, Norwich, CT, 1907. p.301.


Alden, Hannah (1709 - )
b. 1709

father: Alden, John(~1675 - 1730)
mother: White, Hannah(1681 - 1732)
Alden, Hannah (*1752 - )
father: Alden, Joseph(1716 - 1787)
mother: Hall, Hannah(*1723 - 1766)
Alden, Hannah (1765 - )
b. 2 Feb 1765

father: Alden, Ebenezer(1743 - 1773)
mother: Fobes, Ruth(1744 - 1817)
Alden, Hannah (1806 - )
b. 7 Dec 1806

father: Alden, Ebenezer(1770 - 1853)
mother: Ames, Elizabeth(1774 - 1865)
Alden, Henry (1662 - )
b. 1662

father: Alden, John(~1627 - 1702)
mother: Phillips, Elizabeth(<1640 - 1695)
Alden, Henry (~1671 - )
b. Abt 1671

father: Alden, David(~1646 - ~1719)
mother: Southworth, Mary(1654 - >1718)
Alden, Hopestill (1668 - >1753)
b. 1668 in Bridgewater,MA
d. Aft 18 Dec 1753

father: Alden, Joseph(>1627 - 1697)
mother: Simmons, Mary(1638 - >1697)
MAYFLOWER INCREASINGS By Susan E. Roser

spouse: Snow, Joseph (<1664 - 1753)
- m. Abt 1689

Alden, Hosea (*1738 - )
b. in Titicut,Barnstable,MA

father: Alden, Samuel(1705 - 1785)
mother: Edson, Abiah(1706 - )
!Edson, Jarvis Bonesteel, EDSONS IN EMGLAND AND AMERICA AND GENEALOGY OF THE EDSONS, printed by The Knickerbocker Press, 27 W. 23rd St. NY, NY, 1903. p.465.


Alden, Isaac (~1667 - 1727)
b. Abt 1666/1667 in Bridgewater,Plymouth,MA
d. 24 Jun 1727 in Bridgewater,MA

father: Alden, Joseph(>1627 - 1697)
mother: Simmons, Mary(1638 - >1697)
!MAYFLOWER INCREASINGS By Susan E. Roser

!Alden, Mrs. Charles L., ALDEN GENEALOGY published in GENEALOGIES OF MAYFLOWER FAMILIES FROM THE NEW ENGLAND HISTORICAL AND GENEALOGICAL REGISTER, Vol 1, pub by Genealogical Publishing Co., In., 1985. p.29.

spouse: Allen, Mehitable (1664 - >1727)
- m. 2 Dec 1685 in Bridgewater,MA

----------child: Alden, Ebenezer (1693 - 1776)
Alden, John (~1599 - 1687)
b. Abt 1599 in of,Southampton,Hampshire,England
d. 12 Sep 1687 in Duxbury,Plymouth,MA
!MAYFLOWER INCREASINGS By Susan E. Roser

!Featured in Wadsworths poem about Miles Standish Sailed to New World as a Pilgrim on the Mayflower

!THE GREAT MIGRATION BEGINS by Robert Charles Anderson, NEHGS was hired as a cooper in Southampton "In early 1634 he became involved in an incident in which a party of Plymouth men led by himself and John Howland became embroiled with a group of men from the Piscataqua settlement which would grow into Dover. One man on each side was killed, and in the aftermath Alden was detained at Boston as security against the final resolution of the conflict."

spouse: Mullins, Priscilla Molens (~1602 - 1687)
- m. Bef 1623 in Plymouth,Plymouth,MA

----------child: Alden, Elizabeth (~1624 - 1717)
----------child: Alden, Joseph (>1627 - 1697)
----------child: Alden, John (~1627 - 1702)
----------child: Alden, Sarah (1629 - <1688)
----------child: Alden, Jonathan (~1632 - 1697)
----------child: Alden, Priscilla (*1633 - >1688)
----------child: Alden, Ruth (1635 - 1674)
----------child: Alden, Mary (1643 - 1699)
----------child: Alden, David (~1646 - ~1719)
----------child: Alden, Rebecca (<1649 - >1688)
Alden, John (~1627 - 1702)
b. Abt 1627 in Plymouth,Plymouth,MA
d. 14 Mar 1701/1702 in Boston,Suffolk,MA

father: Alden, John(~1599 - 1687)
mother: Mullins, Priscilla Molens(~1602 - 1687)
MAYFLOWER INCREASINGS By Susan E. Roser

spouse: ?, Elizabeth (*1631 - )
spouse: Phillips, Elizabeth (<1640 - 1695)
- m. 1 Apr 1660 in Boston,Suffolk,MA

----------child: Alden, Mary (1659 - 1667)
----------child: Alden, John (1660 - <1663)
----------child: Alden, Elizabeth (1662 - 1662)
----------child: Alden, Henry (1662 - )
----------child: Alden, John (1663 - 1730)
----------child: Alden, William (1664 - 1664)
----------child: Alden, Elizabeth (1665 - >1729)
----------child: Alden, William (1666 - <1669)
----------child: Alden, Zachariah (1667 - <1672)
----------child: Alden, Nathaniel (1668 - <1702)
----------child: Alden, William (1669 - 1729)
----------child: Alden, Zachariah (1673 - <1709)
----------child: Alden, Nathan (1677 - <1701)
----------child: Alden, Sarah (1681 - <1701)
Alden, John (1660 - <1663)
b. 20 Nov 1660 in Boston,Suffolk,MA
d. Bef 12 Mar 1662/1663 in infancy

father: Alden, John(~1627 - 1702)
mother: Phillips, Elizabeth(<1640 - 1695)
MAYFLOWER INCREASINGS By Susan E. Roser


Alden, John (1663 - 1730)
b. 12 Mar 1662/1663 in Boston,Suffolk,MA
d. 1 Feb 1729/1730 in Boston,Suffolk,MA

father: Alden, John(~1627 - 1702)
mother: Phillips, Elizabeth(<1640 - 1695)
!MAYFLOWER INCREASINGS By Susan E. Roser

spouse: Phelps, Elizabeth (~1669 - 1719)
- m. Abt 1686

----------child: Alden, Elizabeth (1687 - )
----------child: Alden, Hannah (1688 - )
----------child: Alden, John (1690 - )
----------child: Alden, Mary (1691 - )
----------child: Alden, Catharine (1697 - 1702)
----------child: Alden, Gilliam (1699 - )
----------child: Alden, Ann (1699 - )
----------child: Alden, Nathaniel (1700 - 1740)
----------child: Alden, Thomas (1701 - 1791)
----------child: Alden, Catharine (1704 - )
----------child: Alden, Thomas (1707 - )
----------child: Alden, William (1710 - 1714)
spouse: Winslow, Susanna (1675 - >1734)
- m. 22 Nov 1722 in Boston,Suffolk,MA

Alden, John (~1675 - 1730)
b. Abt Sep 1674/1675 in Bridgewater,MA
d. 29 Sep 1730 in Middleboro,N. Middleboro. M,MA

father: Alden, Joseph(>1627 - 1697)
mother: Simmons, Mary(1638 - >1697)
!MAYFLOWER INCREASINGS By Susan E. Roser

spouse: White, Hannah (1681 - 1732)
- m. Abt 1701

----------child: Alden, David (1702 - )
----------child: Alden, Priscilla (1704 - )
----------child: Alden, Thankful (1708 - )
----------child: Alden, Hannah (1709 - )
----------child: Alden, Lydia (1710 - )
----------child: Alden, Mary (1712 - )
----------child: Alden, Abigail (1714 - )
----------child: Alden, Joseph (1716 - 1787)
----------child: Alden, John (1718 - )
----------child: Alden, Ebenezer (1720 - )
----------child: Alden, Lemuel (1721 - )
----------child: Alden, Nathan (1723 - )
----------child: Alden, Noah (1725 - )
Alden, John (~1682 - 1739)
b. Abt 1681/1682 in Duxbury,MA
d. 24 Jul 1739 in Duxbury,Plymouth,MA

father: Alden, Jonathan(~1632 - 1697)
mother: Hallett, Abigail(~1645 - 1725)
MAYFLOWER INCREASINGS By Susan E. Roser

spouse: Briggs, Hannah (1684 - 1740)
- m. 12 Jan 1709/1710 in Scituate,Plymouth,MA

Alden, John (1690 - )
b. 20 Sep 1690

father: Alden, John(1663 - 1730)
mother: Phelps, Elizabeth(~1669 - 1719)
Alden, John (1716 - )
b. 23 Jul 1716 in Duxbury,Plymouth,MA

spouse: Ripley, Elizabeth (1724 - 1811)
- m. 9 Oct 1744 in Lebanon,New London,CT

----------child: Alden, Parthenia (1745 - )
----------child: Alden, Violetta (1748 - )
----------child: Alden, John (1750 - 1784)
----------child: Alden, Judah (1752 - )
----------child: Alden, Rogers (1754 - 1836)
----------child: Alden, Elizabeth (1757 - 1797)
----------child: Alden, ? (1759 - )
Alden, John (1718 - )
b. 8 Oct 1718

father: Alden, John(~1675 - 1730)
mother: White, Hannah(1681 - 1732)
Alden, John (1750 - 1784)
b. 18 Jun 1750 in Lebanon,New London,CT
d. 12 Aug 1784

father: Alden, John(1716 - )
mother: Ripley, Elizabeth(1724 - 1811)
spouse: ?, Anna (*1754 - )
Alden, John (1815 - )
b. 5 Jan 1815

father: Alden, Ebenezer(1770 - 1853)
mother: Ames, Elizabeth(1774 - 1865)
Alden, Jonathan (~1632 - 1697)
b. Abt 1632 in Plymouth,MA
d. 14 Feb 1696/1697 in Duxbury,Plymouth,MA

father: Alden, John(~1599 - 1687)
mother: Mullins, Priscilla Molens(~1602 - 1687)
MAYFLOWER INCREASINGS By Susan E. Roser

spouse: Hallett, Abigail (~1645 - 1725)
- m. 10 Dec 1672 in Duxbury,Plymouth,MA

----------child: Alden, Elizabeth (>1672 - 1757)
----------child: Alden, ? (*1672 - )
----------child: Alden, Andrew (1675 - )
----------child: Alden, Sarah (~1679 - 1738)
----------child: Alden, Andrew (>1681 - >1754)
----------child: Alden, John (~1682 - 1739)
----------child: Alden, Benjamin (~1684 - )
----------child: Alden, Jonathan (~1686 - 1770)
----------child: Alden, Anna (<1686 - 1705)
Alden, Jonathan (~1686 - 1770)
b. Abt Mar 1686
d. 10 Jul 1770 in Gorham,ME

father: Alden, Jonathan(~1632 - 1697)
mother: Hallett, Abigail(~1645 - 1725)
MAYFLOWER INCREASINGS By Susan E. Roser

spouse: Arnold, Elizabeth (*1697 - 1731)
- m. 17 Jan 1717/1718 in Marshfield,MA

spouse: Allen, Mehetable (*1709 - )
- m. 25 Nov 1731 in Bridgewater

Alden, Jonathan (1703 - )
b. 1703

father: Alden, Joseph(~1668 - 1747)
mother: Dunham, Hannah(~1670 - 1748)
!Dunham, Isaac Watson, DUNHAM GENEALOGY. pub. by Bulletin Print, Norwich, CT, 1907. p.301.


Alden, Joseph (>1627 - 1697)
b. Aft 22 May 1627 in Plymouth,Plymouth,MA
d. 8 Feb 1696/1697 in Bridgewater,MA

father: Alden, John(~1599 - 1687)
mother: Mullins, Priscilla Molens(~1602 - 1687)
MAYFLOWER INCREASINGS By Susan E. Roser

spouse: Simmons, Mary (1638 - >1697)
----------child: Alden, Sarah (1663 - )
----------child: Alden, Isaac (~1667 - 1727)
----------child: Alden, Hopestill (1668 - >1753)
----------child: Alden, Joseph (~1668 - 1747)
----------child: Alden, Mercy (~1670 - >1727)
----------child: Alden, Elizabeth (~1673 - 1705)
----------child: Alden, John (~1675 - 1730)
----------child: Alden, Mary (1676 - )
Alden, Joseph (~1668 - 1747)
b. Abt 1668 in Duxbury,MA
d. 22 Dec 1747 in Bridgewater

father: Alden, Joseph(>1627 - 1697)
mother: Simmons, Mary(1638 - >1697)
MAYFLOWER INCREASINGS By Susan E. Roser

!Dunham, Isaac Watson, DUNHAM GENEALOGY; DEACON JOHN DUNHAM OF PLYMOUTH, MASS. 1589-1669 AND HIS DESCENDANTS, printed Norwich, CT, 1907. p. 301.

spouse: Dunham, Hannah (~1670 - 1748)
- m. Abt 1690

----------child: Alden, Daniel (1691 - )
----------child: Alden, Joseph (1693 - )
----------child: Alden, Eleazer (1694 - 1773)
----------child: Alden, Hannah (1696 - )
----------child: Alden, Mary (1699 - )
----------child: Alden, Joseph (1700 - )
----------child: Alden, Jonathan (1703 - )
----------child: Alden, Samuel (1705 - 1785)
----------child: Alden, Mehitable (1707 - 1739)
----------child: Alden, Seth (1710 - )
Alden, Joseph (1693 - )
b. 1693

father: Alden, Joseph(~1668 - 1747)
mother: Dunham, Hannah(~1670 - 1748)
!Dunham, Isaac Watson, DUNHAM GENEALOGY. pub. by Bulletin Print, Norwich, CT, 1907. p.301.


Alden, Joseph (1700 - )
b. 1700

father: Alden, Joseph(~1668 - 1747)
mother: Dunham, Hannah(~1670 - 1748)
!Dunham, Isaac Watson, DUNHAM GENEALOGY. pub. by Bulletin Print, Norwich, CT, 1907. p.301.


Alden, Joseph (1716 - 1787)
b. 1716
d. 20 Jan 1787 in Purchade Cemetar,N. Middleboro. M

father: Alden, John(~1675 - 1730)
mother: White, Hannah(1681 - 1732)
!DEAT PLAC Purchade Cemetary, N. Middleboro. Mass.

spouse: Hall, Hannah (*1723 - 1766)
- m. 1 Apr 1742

----------child: Alden, Ebenezer (1743 - 1773)
----------child: Alden, Moses (*1752 - )
----------child: Alden, Phebe (*1752 - )
----------child: Alden, Amariah (*1752 - )
----------child: Alden, Hannah (*1752 - )
----------child: Alden, Joseph (*1752 - )
----------child: Alden, Eunice (*1752 - )
----------child: Alden, Fear (1753 - )
----------child: Alden, Lois (1761 - )
----------child: Alden, Eliab (1762 - )
----------child: Alden, Abner (1764 - )
Alden, Joseph (*1752 - )
father: Alden, Joseph(1716 - 1787)
mother: Hall, Hannah(*1723 - 1766)
Alden, Joseph (1770 - )
b. 1770

father: Alden, Ebenezer(1743 - 1773)
mother: Fobes, Ruth(1744 - 1817)
Alden, Joshua (1798 - )
b. 3 Feb 1798

father: Alden, Ebenezer(1770 - 1853)
mother: Ames, Elizabeth(1774 - 1865)
Alden, Josiah (1738 - )
b. 1738 in Titicut,Barnstable,MA

father: Alden, Samuel(1705 - 1785)
mother: Edson, Abiah(1706 - )
!Edson, Jarvis Bonesteel, EDSONS IN EMGLAND AND AMERICA AND GENEALOGY OF THE EDSONS, printed by The Knickerbocker Press, 27 W. 23rd St. NY, NY, 1903. p.465.


Alden, Judah (1752 - )
b. 10 Mar 1752 in Lebanon,New London,CT

father: Alden, John(1716 - )
mother: Ripley, Elizabeth(1724 - 1811)
Alden, Lemuel (1721 - )
b. 1721

father: Alden, John(~1675 - 1730)
mother: White, Hannah(1681 - 1732)
Alden, Lois (1761 - )
b. 1761

father: Alden, Joseph(1716 - 1787)
mother: Hall, Hannah(*1723 - 1766)
Alden, Lydia (1710 - )
b. 18 Dec 1710

father: Alden, John(~1675 - 1730)
mother: White, Hannah(1681 - 1732)
Alden, Mary (1643 - 1699)
b. 1643
d. 24 Oct 1699

father: Alden, John(~1599 - 1687)
mother: Mullins, Priscilla Molens(~1602 - 1687)
MAYFLOWER INCREASINGS By Susan E. Roser living 13 Jun 1688, unmarried

spouse: Delano, Thomas (1642 - 1723)
- m. 1667

Alden, Mary (1659 - 1667)
b. 17 Dec 1659 in Boston,Suffolk,MA
d. 1665/1667 in Boston,Suffolk,MA

father: Alden, John(~1627 - 1702)
mother: Phillips, Elizabeth(<1640 - 1695)
MAYFLOWER INCREASINGS By Susan E. Roser died between 1665/66-28 Apr 1667 probably Boston


Alden, Mary (1676 - )
b. 1676 in Bridgewater,MA

father: Alden, Joseph(>1627 - 1697)
mother: Simmons, Mary(1638 - >1697)
Alden, Mary (1691 - )
b. 15 Dec 1691

father: Alden, John(1663 - 1730)
mother: Phelps, Elizabeth(~1669 - 1719)
Alden, Mary (1699 - )
b. 1699

father: Alden, Joseph(~1668 - 1747)
mother: Dunham, Hannah(~1670 - 1748)
!Dunham, Isaac Watson, DUNHAM GENEALOGY. pub. by Bulletin Print, Norwich, CT, 1907. p.301.


Alden, Mary (1712 - )
b. 18 Nov 1712

father: Alden, John(~1675 - 1730)
mother: White, Hannah(1681 - 1732)
Alden, Mary (*1738 - )
b. in Titicut,Barnstable,MA

father: Alden, Samuel(1705 - 1785)
mother: Edson, Abiah(1706 - )
!Edson, Jarvis Bonesteel, EDSONS IN EMGLAND AND AMERICA AND GENEALOGY OF THE EDSONS, printed by The Knickerbocker Press, 27 W. 23rd St. NY, NY, 1903. p.465.


Alden, Mary (1802 - )
b. 5 Apr 1802

father: Alden, Ebenezer(1770 - 1853)
mother: Ames, Elizabeth(1774 - 1865)
Alden, Mehitable (1707 - 1739)
b. 18 Oct 1707 in Bridgewater,Plymouth Co,MA
d. 11 Apr 1739 in Middleborough,Plymouth Co,MA

father: Alden, Joseph(~1668 - 1747)
mother: Dunham, Hannah(~1670 - 1748)
!Dunham, Isaac Watson, DUNHAM GENEALOGY. pub. by Bulletin Print, Norwich, CT, 1907. p.301.

spouse: Eaton, Barnabus (1703 - 1790)
- m. Abt 1730

----------child: Eaton, Hannah (1730 - )
----------child: Eaton, Samuel (1732 - 1820)
----------child: Eaton, Mary (1735 - 1813)
----------child: Eaton, Sarah (1737 - )
----------child: Eaton, Seth (1739 - 1823)
Alden, Mehitable (1732 - )
b. 27 Apr 1732

father: Alden, Samuel(1705 - 1785)
mother: Edson, Abiah(1706 - )
!Ansel E. Packer, 806 W. Nelson, Savannah, MO 64485. John (1) Alden, Mayflower Pilgrim Joseph (2) Alden, b. 1624, d. 1697, Bridgewater, MA., m. 1659 Mary Simmons, Dau of Moses Simmons. Dea. Joseph (3) Alden, b. 1667, d. 1747, Bridgewater, Ma. m.1690 Hannah Dunham, b. 1671, d. 1748 dau of Daniel and Mehitable (Hayward) Dunham. Samuel (4) Alden, (1705-1785) of Middleboro, m. 1728 Abiah Edson, b. 1706, dau of Capt. Josiah and Sarah (Packard) Edson Mehitable Alden, b. 1732, m. Joshua Packard Marriage: Mitchell, Nahum, HISTORY OF THE EARLY SETTLEMENT OF BRIDGEWATER, MASS., pub. Boston 1840, p. 278. (intention) DEATH-from Journal of Laura Belle Packard Daniels in possession of Carolyn D. Rodosta, 1880 Valencia, Carlsbad, CA 92008

spouse: Packard, Joshua (1730 - 1806)
- m. Jan 1755 in East Bridgewater,Plymouth,MA

----------child: Packard, Caleb (1758 - )
----------child: Packard, Joshua (1759 - 1835)
----------child: Packard, Ralph (b1761 - )
----------child: Packard, Lebbeus (1765 - )
----------child: Packard, Mehitabel (1768 - 1839)
Alden, Mercy (~1670 - >1727)
b. Abt 1670 in Bridgewater,MA
d. Aft 28 Jul 1727

father: Alden, Joseph(>1627 - 1697)
mother: Simmons, Mary(1638 - >1697)
MAYFLOWER INCREASINGS By Susan E. Roser

spouse: Burrill, John (*1664 - 1731)
- m. 26 Jun 1688 in Taunton,Bristol,MA


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