(A482) CHILD/HAYWARD/HOWARD - The anc. of John2CHILD, b. at
Swansea, ca. 1671/2, who m. Margery HAYWARD/HOWARD, b. at Swansea 10
Sept. 1673, dau. of William & Sarah (BUTTFRWORTH)
HAYWARD/HOWARD, and progenitor of the CHILD family of Swansea
(Warren, RI.), was Jeremiah1 CHILD, b. ca. 1645. He was recorded as
a freeman at Swansea in 1680, a selectman in 1682, and drew lots for property in
1686. His origins are unknown, but tradition states he was from Wales. He m.
(1) Martha (____), rec. at Swansea, who was the mother of all 3 ch. b. at
Swansea. Ref.: V.R. of Swansea; History of Rehoboth; Town Records of
Taunton; Child genealogy by Elias Child (1881); and manuscript Child
genealogy by John Throop Child (1864) at the Newport Historical Society.
Mrs. Dorothy 3. (Seabnry) Hornua, Nnernberg Area Exchange, AAFES, Europe, APO
(A498) Please see VR. of Westborough, Mass., by Franklin P. Rice (1903),
Mindwell BATHRICK was b. at Westborough (not Haverhill) on 27 Jan.
1748/9/50. She was a sis. of my anc. Jonathan BATHRICK, who was b. at
Westborough, 3 Sept, 1749; d. there 25 Feb. 1825. They were among the six ch.
of David & Lydia - not Linda (MAYNARD) BATHRICK, who m. at
Westborough 12 May 1742. The Westborough V.R. show that David ENTWISHILL
had three m. at Wcstborough: (1) Euinas (Eunice) HARRINGTON 17 Nov. 1770,
(2) Sarah GALE, and (3) 21 Jan, 1783 Mindwell BATHRICK.
Robert F. Hall, 2723 Dumbarton St., NW, Washington, DC 20007
(A508) HAYDEN/ALDEN - Nathaniel HAYDEN, b. at Braintree, Mass.,
3 Jan. 1724/5; d. in Westmoreland Co., Pa., 5 Sept. 1812, son of Samuel &
Priscilla (WEBB) HAYDEN (Peter & Ruth (BASS)
WEBB), John & Ruth (ALDEN) BASS, John & Priscilla
(MULLINS) ALDEN); m. 28 Aug. 1752 Sarah Zervia SUTTON.
Sharleen (Scott) Geraths, 2442 NW Market St., #231, Seattle, WA 98107.
(A512) HOWARD/MANN - Your Jason MANN of Wrentham. Mass., may
relate to a Jason5MAN, son of John4
(Nathaniel3, Samuel2, William1) & Mahitabel
MAN, m. 10 Oct. 1744. John b. 12 Aug. 1707. Ch,: John51745/6;
Esther; Beriah; Jason; and Rowland. From Mann Memorial, Gen. of the
Desc. of Richard Man of Scituate, Mass. (1884), NEHGS Loan.
Louis Baner, Moose Pond Shores, RR#I, Box 200, Denmark, ME 04022.
(AS 12) Jason MANN lived on a property in Plainville, Mass., from 1766
until his d. in 1816. Sylvia, as wid. stayed on longer. As a member of the
local Hist. Commission, I became involved in documenting the house which now
stands where their house stood, P. 20 of Man Memorial (1884) says that
Jason was the son of John & Mehitable. The VR., however, show that
Mehitable d. 1753, and Jason (b. 1760) was son of John & Mary. Although no
m. rec. for John & Mary shows in Wrentham records, it is poss. that the
widower (age 46) m. the much younger Mary (1731-1828) and sired 4 more ch. by
her. Son’s name Rowland is unique in Wrentham history. Sylvia’s par.?
Esther L. Friend, Box 1554, Plainville, MA 02762.
(A512) Sylvia (HOWARD) MANN’s d. rec. in Wrentham. Mass., 4
July 1861, gives her father’s name as “Silas MANN, of Mendon” - an
obvious clerical error as to surname. Wrentham m. rec. show one Silas
HOWARD m. Susanna FORCE 1767. Sylvia (b. 1769) could have been a
ch. of that m. Susanna FORCE grew up on a farm very near the farm bought
by John MANN in 1766 where Jason MANN lived for most of his life. Jason
MANN (1760-1816) is the son of John MAN/MANN & his 2nd
w. Mary d. 1828. He is the same Jason wrongly ascribed to Mahitabel in Mann
Esther L. Friend, Box 1554, Plainville, MA 02762, and George Stribling, 473
York St., SE, Aiken, SC 29801.
(A520) LEPPER of Germany: Have found some data which seems connected
while researching a SCHULER line of Syracuse, Ann L. SCHULER, b.
at Amsterdam. N.Y., 4 Mar, 1821; d. 3 Dec. 1915; was dau. of Joseph
LEPPER & Ann FAIRCHILD. See also The History of Montgomery
Co., New York (1892), p. 97, Jacob LEPPER
David L. Perkins, 1066 Marigold Ct., Sunnyvale, CA 94086.
(A521) WARNER/ANDRUSS .- Mary ANDRUSS, b. 10 Mar. 1674/5 m.
Daniel WARNER. Her anc. Abraham1 & Rebecca
(CARRINGT0N) ANDRUSS, Thomas1 ANDRUSS, of Hartford,
Conn. Mary’s bro. John m. Martha WARNER, whose father was Thomas
WARNER, d. at Waterbury, Conn., 24 Nov. 1714, poss. same p.
Sharleen Scott Geraths, 2442 NW Market St., #231, Seattle, WA 98107.
(A522) Re anc. of Joseph Crosby LINCOLN: see biography of Joseph C.
Lincoln by Percy F. Rex (1980). He was a desc. of Thomas LINCOLN of
Mrs. C. D. Logan, 721 Briarwood Dr., Denison, TX 75020.
(A529) PAIGE/MERRIAM – Anc. of Nathaniel PAIGE unknown to me,
but his ch. have been somewhat detailed in the History of Bedford by
M. S. Wilkins, 189 Washington Ave., Somerset, MA 02726.
(A535) PUTNAM/WHIPPLE - Ruth WHIPPLE who m. Seth
PUTNAM was b. at Ipswich, Mass., 27 Oct. 1692, dau. of Joseph
WHIPPLE, b. ca. 1640, & his 2nd w. Sarah (FAIRCHILD?), Joseph
was the son of Matthew WHIPPLE, b. ca. 1590 in Eng.; d. 1647 at Ipswich,
Mass. See Matthew Whipple of Bocking, England, by Henry Whipple, Vol. I
and II (1965, 1969), NEHGS Loan.
Peggy M. Singer, 2795 Ben Lomond Dr., Santa Barbara, CA 93105.
(A538) ROWLEY/STEWART - See Genealogical Register Early Families
Shoreham. Vt., by MacIntire & Witherell, p. 189-91: Hopkins
ROWLEY was b. at Pittsford, Vt. The book gives several generations of
this family, which I am sure has a Mayflower connection.
Bea Fuller Baumback, 16227 Ave. 171-2, Madera, CA 93637.
(A539) HANCOCK/SHEPARDSON - I believe your Abigail SHEPARDSON
is dau. of Nathaniel SHEPARDSON, Esq, (1731-1817), who m. Sarah
FOLLETT of Attleboro in 1754. Abigail’s b. is recorded in Attleboro as 9
June 1750. In Nathaniel’s will (proved in RI. on June 28, 1817, re-filed in
Mass., Nov. 17 1827: Norfolk Co. Reg. of Probate #16597) Abigail is recorded as
“wife of Asa HANCOCK.”
Esther L. Friend, Box 1554, Plainville, MA 02762,
(A545) Re par. of Samuel STOW (1645-1721): see The Gregory Stone
Genealogy, by J. Gardner Bartlett, p. 72.; V.R. of Marlborough; and The
History of the Town of Marlborough, by Charles Hudson, p. 451.
Bennie S. Larj, 785 Plume St., Spartanburg, SC 29302.
(A545) Samuel STOWE was the son of Thomas STOWE & Mary
GRIGGS. Stowe references: Hist. of Marlborough, Mass.; Stowe
Desc., by Nathan Stowe; Stevens-Miller Lines, by Mary Lovering
Holman; the Register 70:347-48; 92:395-98;
Margaret Upson Barber, 365 Elm Ave., Elmhnrst, IL 60126.
(A547) Info. on TUELL, William. Jr. (b. 1714), & Eleanor ____?, of
Prince George’s Co., Md.
Edward P. Offutt, 25003 Woodfield Rd., Damascus, MD 20872,
(A555) Martha ROBINSON, w. of Timothy WHITCOMB (m. at
Littleton, Mass., 1750), was dau. of Jonathan ROBINSON by his 1st w.,
Martha BRUCE who d. 28 Apr, 1752. He m. (2) Patience HUNTING of
Needham; (3) Abigail____. Jonathan was son of George ROBINSON, b. 1661;
m. (1) Sarah ____, d. 1703; (2) Sarah BEHONEY. He d. 1726. Sources:
Barry’s History of Framingham and Bond’s Watertown
(A557) WILDER/EAMES - Anna EAMES, b. ca. 1620, m. 1640 Thomas
WILDER, was the dau. of Anthony EAMES, b. at Fordington,
Dorsetshire, Eng., 1595; m. 1618 Margery PEARCE, Family was in
Charlestown by 1634, Hingham in 1636, and Marshfield 1650.
Peggy M. Singer, 2795 Ben Lomond Dr., Santa Barbara, CA 93105.
(A557) Anna EAMES was the dau. of Anthony EAMES & Mary
SAMPSON, acc. to Moses Hale WILDER in Further Contributions to
the Book of Wilders.
Gordon S. Nelson, 3520 Bluff Pont Dr., Knoxville, TN 37920.