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    (A436 - 1990) MILLER/NORTH/CASE -Jonathan Allen5 MILLER and his first w. Hannah CASE were my gr.-gr.-grandpar. His father Jonathan4 (1729-1811), a Rev, patriot (see Record of Service of Connecticut Men [1889], p. 316), is bur. with w. Sarah (WOODRUFF) NORTH (1734/5?-1810) in the small cem. behind the Cong. Ch. in Hartland, Conn. (not Hartland Hollow Cem.). Jonathan4 MILLER, son of Jonathan & Sarah (ALLEN), was also known as Jonathan Allen MILLER in early life to differentiate him from his father, Among printed sources see S.W. Abbott, Woodruff Genealogy (1963), p. 25. Benjamin F. Dake III, 1267 Manzanita Way N.E., Keizer, OR 97303-3546

    (A-164-1992) WESTGATE/HATHAWAY -Alexander G. WESTGATE, b. Tiverton, RI., ca. 1851, who m. Fall River, Mass. 25 Nov. 1874 Rhoda S. HATHAWAY, was son of Edward & Phebe (WARDWELL) WESTGATE, and grandson of David & Nancy (LAKE) WESTGATE. Edward m. (1) Fall River 20 Jan. 1833 Hannah B. WARDWELL (1812-36), dau, Pardon & Patience (BORDEN) WARDWELL, (2) Fall River 28 May 1837 her sis. Phebe A. WARDWELL (1817-1885). Refs.: Mass. VRs., E.S. Versailles, Hathaways of America, 1970 Edition, p 475. Arthur A. Allen, 85 Arborway, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130

    (A-240) BATCHELOR/KELLOGG - Ruth (KELLOGG) BATCHELOR, b. Bethel, Windsor Co., Vt. 18 July 1792, was dau. of Martin KELLOGG (1757-1850, Rev, soldier) & Lucy DUNHAM, See Timothy Hopkins, Kelloggs in the Old World and the New (1903), pp. 1751, 1745, etc. Dale C. Kellogg, 221 Lexington Ave., Elyria, OH 44035-62 19

    (A-319) CLEMENT/SUMNER - Par. of Elizabeth (CLEMENT) SUMNER, b. Reading, Eng. ca. 1630 are Augustine/Austin1 (b. Reading, co. Berks., ca. 1604) & Elizabeth ___) CLEMENT. The fam. arr. Mass. Bay 3 June 1635 on the James. Augustine d. Dorchester, Mass, 1 Oct. 1674, will dated 30 Jan. 1671. He leased land in Wockingharn, Co. Berks., 1638-41, to John TINKER of Boston; said lease mentions bro. John (dec.) and sisters Margaret MATHEW and Anne CLEMENT, the latter of Shenfield. Refs.: Register 3:94; 5:391, 398; 6:355-56; 14:332; 40:269; C.H. Pope, The Pioneers of Massachusetts (1900, repr. 1965), p. 104. Ruth Clements McGill, Rte, 2, Box 2398, Chatsworth, GA 30705

    (A-335) EDSON/ALLEN/CARY - Hannah EDSON (b. Bridgewater, Mass. 16 Jan. 1709, m. there [1] 23 Feb. 1736/7 Micah ALLEN, b. there 2 Dec. 1708; [2] there 25 Dec. 1747 Thomas PHILLIPS), was 2nd child of Dea. Joseph EDSON (1679-1762) & Lydia CARY (ca. 1681-1762). Ref.: C.A. Edson, Edson Family History and Genealogy (1970?), pp. 70, 56, etc. Mrs. James H. Cropsey, 116 Blue Swamp Rd., Litchfield, CT 06759-2003

    (A-348) GOODENOW/AXTELL - “Grandfather” Thomas GOODENOW of Donhead St. Andrew, Wiltshire left a will dated 4 Dec. 1617 and proved 19 March 1617/8, naming w. Ursula and eight chn., including Sudbury, Mass, immigrants John, Thomas, Edmund, and Ursula, passengers on the Confidence in 1638, Edmund m Anne BARRY; Thomas m. Jane RUDDICK. See CM. Goodenough, A Souvenir Program Book of the Reunion of Goodenows to Commemorate 350 Years in America (1988), pp. 10-20; TAG 52(1976): 208-9; J.L. Seward, Descendants of Edmund Goodnow in the Line of Daniel Goodnow of Roxbury, N.H., and Sullivan, N.H. (1904), pp. 3-4. W. David Malcolm, Jr., 565 East Mountain Rd. Peterborough, NH 03458 (Note: see p. 78 of this issue for notice of a genealogy of Thomas GOODENOWE in progress.)

    (A-361) HOPKINS/BREWSTER - Rev. Samuel Miles (not Augustus) HOPKINS, Jr., the only Samuel HOPKINS who taught at Auburn [N.Y.] Theological Seminary, was b. Geneseo, N.Y. 8 Aug. 1813, son of Samuel Miles HOPKINS (1772-1837) & Sarah Elizabeth ROGERS (1774-1866) (neither parent seems to be of patrilineal Mayflower ancestry). Rev. S.M. Hopkins, Jr. d. Auburn 29 Oct. 1901; m. 15 May 1839 Mary Jane Hansen HEACOCK, b. Buffalo 9 Feb. 1815, d. Auburn 25 Jan. 1885, dau, of Reuben B. & Abigail Peabody (GROSVENOR) HEACOCK, Ref.: General Catalogue of the Auburn Theological Seminary, including Trustees, Treasurers, Professors, and Alumni, 1883 (1883), pp. 51, 194; Auburn (N.Y.) Bulletin, 29 Oct. 1901; Timothy Hopkins, John Hopkins of Cambridge, Massachusetts 1634 and Some of His Descendants (1932), pp. 443,289-92, etc. Mrs. Mary Gilmore, 3807 Knightsbridge Rd., Skaneateles, NY 13 152-8805

    (A-400) STRICKLAND/BANCROFT -Roxena BANCROFT was dau. of Rev. War soldier Stephen BANCROFT of Granville, Mass. & his w. Sarah. See DAR Application #612618 and Mass. Soldiers and Sailors... 1:566-67 for his service. Barbara K. Tuck, 28 Ruhlig Court, Saginaw, MI 48602-502 7

    (A-401) STRICKLAND/THRALL - Par. of Joseph STRICKLAND were Joseph5 of Simsbury, Conn. [1721-1793] (Samuel4 of Simsbury [1697-1766], Joseph3 of Dedham, 27 Mass. [1654/5-1702/3], Thwaite2? [d. by 1670], poss. John1 [ca. 1600-1672] of Wethersfield, Conn. & Hempstead, Huntington and Jamaica, L.1.) & Hannah(?) (___) STRICKLAND. Joseph was b. Simsbury, Conn. 12 or 17 Feb. 1767; d. Waiworth, Wayne Co., N.Y. 1861; m. 20 Sept. 1787 Mary THRALL, b. 5 Aug. 1768 (g.s.), pass. bp. E. Granby, Conn. 23 April 1780, d. Walworth 20 July 1845 ae. 86:1:15, pass. dau. of Samuel & Lucy (WINCHELL) THRALL. Refs.: A.C. Bates, Records of the Congregational Church ... of East Granby, 1776-1858 (1907) and Simsbury, Conn., Births, Marriages and Deaths (1898), pp. 22, 26, 113, 151; Hale Gravestone Inscriptions, East Granby, Conn. and Simsbury VRs (Barbour Coil.) (CSL); TAG 9 (1 932-33):50, 21 (1 94445):89-92. Edwin W. Strickland II, 24 Gilbert St., New Britain, CT 06051

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