364. Helen Maria6 Wallingford (George Washington5, Samuel4, Col. Thomas3, John2, Nicholas1) was born probably in Kennebunk, Maine 31 August 1822.(2198) Helen died 29 March 1886. She was buried in the Hope Cemetery in Kennebunk, Maine.(2199)
She married twice. She married first, Dr. Joseph C. Hooper, 11 September 1845.(2200) Joseph was born 5 November 1818.(2201) Joseph was the son of Rev. Noah Hooper and Elizabeth Kelley. Joseph died 4 April 1854, in Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon.(2202) She married second, Edwin C. Frost, 24 October 1861.(2203) Edwin was born about 1814.(2204) (Date from age at death on gravestone.) Edwin was the son of Timothy Frost.
Edwin died 21 March or November 1867. He was buried in the Hope Cemetery in Kennebunk, Maine.(2205) The Wentworth Genealogy gives the date of 21 March 1867, which conflicts with his gravestone. The person who extracted the gravestone records may have misread it. She received a bequest of $200 from the will of John Hovey of Kennebunk. He was a friend of her deceased father. The will was dated 20 October 1855 and probated 7 January 1856. Her sister Olive also received $200, and their brother George got an acre of land.(2206)
Helen Maria Wallingford and Dr. Joseph C. Hooper had the following children:
486 i. Florence Wallingford7 Hooper was born 7 October 1847.(2207) (Date also from gravestone) Florence died 6 December 1924. She was buried in the Hope Cemetery in Kennebunk, Maine.(2208) She married William E. Barry. (Gravestone)
William was born 15 May 1846. (Gravestone)
William died 7 June 1932. He was buried in the Hope Cemetery in Kennebunk, Maine.(2209) Their "only daughter" and "only son" are buried with William and Florence.
487 ii. Josephine C. Hooper was born 10 March 1850. (Date from gravestone) Josephine died 19 January 1941. She was buried in the Unitarian Churchyard in Kennebunk, Maine.(2210)
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