(A526) FULLER - Jeremiah FULLER of
Stoughton was b. at Dedham. Mass., 2 Nov. 1696, son of Thomas and grandson of
Thomas FULLER of Dedham. His first w. was Hannah NEWELL, b. at
Dedham. Mass., 30 May 1703, dau. of Josiah NEWELL. Ref.: The Dedham
Historical Register, Vol. 4, p. 85 (1894).
Mary A. Wilhelm. 28 Western Ave., Essex, MA 01929
(A542) INGRAHAM - John INGRAHAM, father of Job, Joseph, and
Josiah INGRAHAM, of Thomaston/Rockland, Me., was b. at Saybrook, Conn.,
on 28 lan. 725/6, son of John3 and Lydia (BRUCE)
INGRAHAM (John2, Henry1 INGRAHAM). John4
INGRAHAM’s w. was prob. Elizabeth COIT, m. at Boston, Mass., 19 Oct.
1738. Although Jacobus thought Elizabeth COIT was a second w. of
John2 INGRAHAM, John4s son Joseph’s oldest son was
Coit5 INGRAHAM. Ref.: “Early Ingraham Families of New England,” D L.
Jacobus, TAG, vol. 19, pp. 84-86; John Ingraham Family and Descendants,
(no date), Oliver & Helen Ingraham. Rockland, Me. (undocumented).
received by Bruce C. MacGunnigle, 80 Rector Street, East Greenwich, RI 02818
(A562) ROBBINS/HOUSE - Sarah (HOUSE) ROBBINS was the
dau. of David4 and Silence4 (FRENCH) HOUSE
(Samuel3-2-1 HOUSE) (John3, Joseph2,
John1 FRENCH) of Scituate, Mass. Ref.: “Silence’ French, Her Husbands
(House and Jenny) and Children,” Rachel Barclay, TAG, 37: 80-84.
(A548) CLOUGH - The w. of Moses3 MERRILL was his first
cousm. Mary CLOUGH, dau. of John and Mercy CLOUGH, thus gdau. of
John and Jane CLOUGH. She was b. at Salisbury, 8 Apr. 1677.
Daniel4 MERRILL, son of Moses and Mary (CLOUGH)
MERRILL, m. an Elizabeth CLOUGH, intentions published at
Salisbury, 20 Apr. 1744. This is the third consecutive
MERRILL-CLOUGH marriage in my line, but I have not been able to
determine Elizabeth’s parentage. Ref.: Eva Augusta (Clough) Speare, The
Genealogy of the Desecendants of John Clough of Salisbury, Mass., vol. 1,
John A. Leppman, Oak Hill Terrace, Bellows Falls, VT 05101.
(A95) HIGHSTEAD - Church, court, and vital records, plus a
reminiscence published in The N.E. Register in 1858 suggest that Susannah
HIGHSTEAD was the dau. of Edward and Anna, that her siblings were Lucy,
Elizabeth, Abigail, Edward, and Mary, and that the family removed from
Canterbury. Conn., ca. 1739, to Canaan, Ct. Edward, Sr., was killed 1741 by a
falling tree. Inventory was taken at Canaan, 23 May 1741. Elizabeth m. at
Sheffield, Mass., 23 Aug. 1754, Preserved NOBLE. Abigail had a child in
Egremont, Mass., in 1762. Susanna had a child by John HUBBARD at
Sheffield in 1764. Mary had a child by John HUXLEY at Sheffield in 1758
and was warned out of Sheffield in 1756 Evidence for this is found in Sheffield
V R Hartford Probate District, Canaan Docket No. 2683; Court of Sessions
Dockets, 1761-1795, p. 45, in Pittsfield Mass.; the Congregational Church at
Canterbury, Conn., (1:156-7); the Register (12:123); and the records of
the Court of General Sessions and Common Pleas at Northhampton, Mass. (6: 68).
The paucity of Highstead/Highsted events and the concentration of the few found
in one geographic lead one to conclude that prob. all belong to the same family.
Theodore Mayo Atkinson, Star Route 70, Box 131, Great Barrington, MA 01230
(A86) SMALL/MESERVE – Abigail6 SMALL who m. 16 Mar. 1762,
John MESERVE, s. of John & Jemima HUBBARD MESERVE
(Second Congregational Church Records, Scarboro, Me.) was dau. of
Samuel5 SMALL and Dorothy HUBBARD; Samuel4 SMALL
and Ann HATCH; Samuel3 SMALL and Elizabeth (CHADBOURNE)
HEARD; Francis2 SMALL and Elizabeth LEIGHTON;
Edward1 SMALL and Elizabeth SHURT. Ref.: Descendants of
Edward Small of New England; First Congregational Church Records of
Scarboro, Me.; Second Congregational Church Records of Scarboro, Me.
Beverly Beal Neal, 92 Noank Ledyard Rd., Mystic, CT 06355