122. Moses4 Wallingford (Thomas3, Unconnected2 Families, Unconnected1 Wallingfords) was born in Berwick, York County, Maine 18 July 1818.(658) (Calculated from his age at death of 77y 11m 22d, which also gives place of birth.) Moses died of apoplexy, 9 July 1896, in Rochester, Strafford County, New Hampshire, at 77 years of age.(659) This death record in the Rochester Town Report says his parents names were Thomas and Lydia (McCrillis) Wallingford when, if this is the correct person, his mother's name should have been Anne.
He married Olive Clark, 17 April 1842, in Rochester, Strafford County, New Hampshire.(660) Olive was born 12 October 1815, in East Rochester, Strafford County, New Hampshire.(661) (Calculated from her age at death of 76y 3m 7d.) Olive was the daughter of John Clark and Polly Wilson.
Olive died of "La Grippe" (influenza), 19 January 1892, in East Rochester, Strafford County, New Hampshire.(662)
In the 1850 census of Rochester Moses Wallingford, 32, born N.H., is a farmer with a small farm worth $300. Living with him are his wife Olive, 35, born, N.H. and a Susan [A. or H.?], age 7, born N.H., who is presumably their daughter "Helen".(663) Ten years later Moses, age 43, now born Maine and Olive, 45, born N.H., are living alone in Rochester. The farm is now worth $700 and his personal estate $400.(664) In the 1870 census of Rochester Moses, 51, born Maine, and Olive, 53, born N.H., are living with a Polly Clarke, age 89, born Maine. The farm is worth $1700 and the personal estate $400.(665) Polly Clarke is probably Olive's mother.
Moses Wallingford and Olive Clark had the following child:
+ 244 i. Helen Susan5 Wallingford was born about 1843.