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300. Peter6 Wallingford (David5, Peter4, John3, John2, Nicholas1) was born in Milton, Strafford County, New Hampshire 21 April 1794.(2037) He was baptized as the middle of three children in Rochester on 30 June 1796.(2038) (Place of birth is confirmed by his son Winthrop's death certificate.) Peter died probably before 1850. (By 1850 his wife Sarah was living with their daughter Clara Martin and Peter wasn't there.)

He married Sarah Sherburn Watson, 4 May 1817.(2039) Sarah was born about 1798, in Wakefield, Strafford County, New Hampshire.(2040) (Place of birth is confirmed by her son Winthrop's death certificate.)

Sarah is deceased. She was buried in Forest Glade Cemetery in Somersworth.(2041)

She was living in the household of her daughter Clara Martin in Somersworth, N.H. when the 1850, 1860 and 1870 censuses were taken. He was a schoolmaster and merchant.

Peter Wallingford and Sarah Sherburn Watson had the following children:

child 450 i. Winthrop7 Wallingford was born in Milton, Strafford County, New Hampshire about 1819. (Based on his death certificate and 1850 census) Winthrop died of heart disease, 2 February 1861, in Lawrence, Essex County, Massachusetts.(2042) He married Candace Chellis, 22 March 1848, in Nashville, Tennessee.(2043) They filed a marrige intention in Lowell, Mass. on 25 February 1848. At that time Winthrop was from Lowell and Candace was from Nashua, N.H.(2044)

Candace was born 4 July 1826, in Goshen, Cheshire County, New Hampshire.(2045) Candace was the daughter of William Chellis and Mary Bartlett. Candace died 25 January 1905, in Newport, Sullivan County, New Hampshire.(2046) Her surname has also been spelled Challis.

W.W. Wallingford, age 31, a manufacturer born in N.H. and Candace Wallingford, age 25, born in N.H., are found in the 1850 census of Dracut, Mass.(2047) They had no children.(2048)

child + 451 ii. Mary W. Wallingford was born about August 1821.

child + 452 iii. Clara Mathes Wallingford was born 2 July 1826.

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