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98. Rachel4 Wallingford (Col. Thomas3, John2, Nicholas1) was born in Somersworth or Dover, New Hampshire after 1730.(1002) Rachel is deceased. She is probably buried in Waterboro, Maine.(1003)

She married three times. She married first, Jacob Lincoln, by 1758.(1004) She married second, Silas Nowell, 25 February 1762, in York, York County, Maine.(1005) Silas was born about 1717 or 1719, probably in York, Maine.(1006) Silas was the son of Peter Nowell and Sarah Weare. Silas died 14 April 1776.(1007) Somersworth schoolmaster Joseph Tate's diary has the following: "Sunday Aprl. 14. 1776 Mr. Silas Nowel of Berwick Dyd."(1008) He married first (intention 20 June 1741) Hannah Came, daughter of Samuel and Patience (Bragdon) Came of York.(1009) Silas had nine children in all.

She married third, Ebenezer Gubtail, after 3 June 1777.(1010) He was of Massabeseck (Waterboro), Maine Rachel received property from the estate of her father in the three divisions of the estate made on 10 September 1772, 10 October 1772 (Maine lands), and 8 December 1779. Firstly, a house in Portsmouth and a lot of land in Portsmouth.(1011) In Maine she received 20 acres from the Great Farm at Salmon Falls, plus one third of 500 acres to the east of the town of Lebanon called Baker's Grant.(1012) Then in the 1779 division she got 1/13 part of a lot of land in Ossipee Gore being lot number 26, also 216 acres in New Durham Gore, being number 7 on a drawn lot plan attached to the division.(1013)

Rachel Wallingford and Jacob Lincoln had the following child:

child 212 i. Jacob5 Lincoln was born about 1758. (Aged 1 at death) Jacob died 7 July 1759. He was buried in the Rollinsford, N.H. Cemetery.(1014)

Rachel Wallingford and Silas Nowell had the following children:

child 213 ii. Mark Nowell was born in York, York County, Maine 26 December 1762.(1015) Mark died 3 April 1836, in North Berwick, York County, Maine.(1016) He married Elizabeth Parker, in 1789.(1017) Elizabeth was born 31 August 1766.(1018) Elizabeth died 8 December 1834, in Berwick, York County, Maine.(1019) He died as a pensioner and they had nine children.(1020) There is a Mark Nowel living in Berwick, Maine at the time of the 1790 census, with one adult male, one male under 16 and four females. This may or may not be him.(1021)

child 214 iii. Caroline Nowell was born in Berwick, York County, Maine.(1022) Caroline died 27 September 1847, probably in Berwick, Maine. She was buried in North Berwick, Maine.(1023) She married Reuben Mace, 3 May 1794, in Berwick, York County, Maine.(1024)

Reuben was born about 1768, probably in Kittery, Maine. He was aged 87 years 8 months at death. Reuben(1025) was the son of Andrew Mace and Rebecca Furbush.

Reuben died 5 March 1855, in Shapleigh, York County, Maine.(1026) They at least two children.(1027) Reuben was enumerated in the 1850 census of Shapleigh, Maine. He was a farmer with $1200 worth of property.(1028)

child 215 iv. Nancy Nowell was born in Berwick, York County, Maine about January 1777.(1029) Nancy died of consumption, 10 March 1857, in Lynn, Essex County, Massachusetts.(1030) She married Benjamin Parker, in 1798, in Berwick, York County, Maine.(1031) Benjamin died 22 March 1822, in Berwick, York County, Maine.(1032) They had at least three children.(1033)

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