Michael Whitaker Peters
PETERS Project Version 400
09/15/1996


Table of Contents

Surname List
Index
First Generation
Second Generation
Third Generation
Fourth Generation
Fifth Generation
Sixth Generation
Seventh Generation
Eighth Generation
Ninth Generation
Tenth Generation
Eleventh Generation
Twelfth Generation
Thirteenth Generation
Fourteenth Generation
Fifteenth Generation
Sixteenth Generation
Seventeenth Generation
Eighteenth Generation
Nineteenth Generation

FAMILIES IN THIS DATABASE

ALLEN, BADGER, BAILEY, BANCROFT, BARBER, BARDING, BARLOW, BELL, BISHOP, BLAKE, BLISS, BRADLEY, BREWER, BROCKET, BROWN, BULLOCK, BURBANK, CARTER, CHALLIS, CHASE, CHENEY, COGGINS, CUSHING, DAVIS, DOLBIAR, DOWNING, ESTUARTE, FILLEY, GAGE, GARDNER, GARSON, GILLET, GOVE, GRANT, HALE, HARMON, HASELTON, HAWES, HAWKE, HERMON, HICKS, HOLIHAN, HOWARD, HUNTER, HUTCHINS, HUXLEY, JACOB, JEBB, JOHNSON, KELLEY, KENNEY, KIMBALL, KING, LAKE, LEAVITT, LINDSEY, LOOMIS, LORD, MACINTIRE, MAVERICK, MUNSON, MYCHELL, NORTHEND, PERKINS, PETERS, PINKHAM, PITCHER, REDWAY, RUSSELL, SARGENT, SKINNER, SMITH, SPENCER, STICKNEY, STUART, THURBER, TITUS, TODD, TULL, TUTE, WEBSTER, WHEELER, WHITAKER, WIGGIN, WILLIAMS, XX


First Generation

1. Michael !%^ Whitaker (Sr.)1 Peters (Arthur !*%^ King (Sr.)2, Arthur !*%^ Cushing3, Heber !%^ Cushing4, Alexander !%^ Chase5, Richard !6), son of Arthur !*%^ King (Sr.) Peters and Sarah !*%^ Jebb Whitaker #1 was born in Bronxville, NY 5 Jul 1955.

He married twice. He married Donna !*%^ Lynne Waszmer 24 Mar 1979 in West Sayville, NY. (Donna !*%^ Lynne Waszmer is #2.) Donna was born 15 Apr 1956 in Sayville, NY. She is the daughter of Howard !*^ Jacob Waszmer and Delores !*^ May Currerei. Donna was divorced from Michael !%^ Whitaker (Sr.) Peters 1 Nov 1989 New Brunswick, NJ. He married Grace *^% Elizabeth Marie Cunliffe 20 Jul 1991 in Sandy Hook, NJ. (Grace *^% Elizabeth Marie Cunliffe is #5.) Grace was born 14 May 1955 New Brunswick, NJ. She is the daughter of Daniel *^ Stackhouse Cunliffe and Elizabeth *^% Peklanske. Grace was divorced from Theodore *^ Bruce (Sr.) Stawicki 1991.

Michael was divorced from Donna !*%^ Lynne Waszmer 1 Nov 1989 New Brunswick, NJ.

Historical events during the life of Michael !%^ Whitaker (Sr.) Peters: ...Disneyland opens its doors in rural Orange County on July 17, 1955; peace treaty signed between Egypt and Israel on March 26, 1979; final episode of M*A*S*H aired on February 28, 1983; Voyager II flies past Uranus on January 24, 1986; Thousands of Germans from the East and the West met at the Berlin wall as East Germany opened its borders on November 9, 1989; Academy Award-winning movie director Frank Capra died on September 3, 1991; Four men and four women emerged from the Biosphere after two years inside on September 26, 1993.

Michael !%^ Whitaker (Sr.) Peters and Donna !*%^ Lynne Waszmer had the following children:

Second Generation

4. Arthur !*%^ King (Sr.)2 Peters (Arthur !*%^ Cushing3, Heber !%^ Cushing4, Alexander !%^ Chase5, Richard !6) #9 was born in Charleston, WV 17 Oct 1919.

He married Sarah !*%^ Jebb Whitaker 21 Oct 1943 in NY, NY. (Sarah !*%^ Jebb Whitaker #10.)

Arthur was employed at organization unknown as a Importer, writer, professor date unknown.

Historical events during the life of Arthur !*%^ King (Sr.) Peters: birth of Pierre Trudeau, Canadien on October 18, 1919; birth of Catherine Deneuve on October 22, 1943; Marines land on Iwo Jima on February 19, 1945; birth of Anne Murray on June 20, 1947; King Leopold III of Belgium abdicates in favor of his son on July 16, 1951; ...Disneyland opens its doors in rural Orange County on July 17, 1955; peace treaty signed between Egypt and Israel on March 26, 1979.

Arthur !*%^ King (Sr.) Peters and Sarah !*%^ Jebb Whitaker had the following children:

8. Sarah !*%^ Jebb2 Whitaker (Robert !*%^ Burbank3, Robert !^ Stevenson4, Robert !^ B.5, Nicholas !6, XX !7) #10 was born in Kenosha, WI 17 Aug 1924.

She married Arthur !*%^ King (Sr.) Peters 21 Oct 1943 in NY, NY. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held Chapel of St. Bartholomew's. (Arthur !*%^ King (Sr.) Peters #9.) (See Arthur !*%^ King (Sr.) Peters for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Sarah !*%^ Jebb Whitaker: birth of Buddy Hackett, comedian on August 31, 1924; birth of Catherine Deneuve on October 22, 1943; Marines land on Iwo Jima on February 19, 1945; birth of Anne Murray on June 20, 1947; King Leopold III of Belgium abdicates in favor of his son on July 16, 1951; ...Disneyland opens its doors in rural Orange County on July 17, 1955.

Third Generation

9. Arthur !*%^ Cushing3 Peters (Heber !%^ Cushing4, Alexander !%^ Chase5, Richard !6) #14 was born in Boston, MA 23 Mar 1894. Arthur died 24 Aug 1983 in NY, NY, at 89 years of age. he died from cause unknown. His body was interred August 1983 in St. Johnsbury, VT at Mt. Pleasant Cemetery in lot 627 Ross section.

He married Jessie !*^% Louise King September 27, 1915 in Detroit, MI. (Jessie !*^% Louise King #15.)

Historical events during the life of Arthur !*%^ Cushing Peters: Thomas Edison's device for showing moving pictures is demonstrated on April 14, 1894; birth of Arthur A. Miller, playwright on October 17, 1915; Czar Nicholas II abdicates his throne on March 15, 1917; birth of Pierre Trudeau, Canadien on October 18, 1919; Philippine opposition leader, Benigno Aquino, fatally shot on August 21, 1983; Australia II won the America's Cup yacht race on September 26, 1983.

Arthur !*%^ Cushing Peters and Jessie !*^% Louise King had the following children:

11. Jessie !*^% Louise3 King (Eustace !^ Warner4, Leonard ! Herman5, Jonathan !6) #15 was born in Appleton, WI 28 Jul 1894. Jessie died 16 Jul 1982 in NY, NY, at 87 years of age. she died from cause unknown. Her body was interred August 1982 in St. Johnsbury, VT at Mt. Pleasant Cemetery in lot 627 Ross section.

She married Arthur !*%^ Cushing Peters September 27, 1915 in Detroit, MI. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Arthur !*%^ Cushing Peters #14.) (See Arthur !*%^ Cushing Peters for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Jessie !*^% Louise King's social security number was/is 110-09-0520.

Historical events during the life of Jessie !*^% Louise King: Hobo Kelly led his army of unemployed across the Potomac on August 11, 1894; birth of Arthur A. Miller, playwright on October 17, 1915; Czar Nicholas II abdicates his throne on March 15, 1917; birth of Pierre Trudeau, Canadien on October 18, 1919; "Conestoga I," 1st private rocket, is launched on September 9, 1982.

12. Robert !*%^ Burbank3 Whitaker (Robert !^ Stevenson4, Robert !^ B.5, Nicholas !6, XX !7) #33 was born in Kenosha, WI 27 Jul 1888. Robert died 7 Dec 1982 in Kenosha, WI, at 94 years of age. he died from cause unknown. His body was interred December 9, 1982 in Kenosha, WI at Green Ridge Cemetery in Block 3 SW Division.

He married Margaret !*^% Jebb Allen 18 Oct 1923 in NY, NY. (Margaret !*^% Jebb Allen #34.)

Historical events during the life of Robert !*%^ Burbank Whitaker: 1st revolving door installed on August 7, 1888; "Runnin' Wild," musical that introduced the Charleston, opens in NY on October 29, 1923; birth of Buddy Hackett, comedian on August 31, 1924; National Broadcasting Company goes on-the-air, with 24 stations on November 15, 1926; Richard Byrd flew over the South Pole on November 29, 1929; Seiko began selling the TV-wrist watch - smallest TV yet on December 23, 1982.

Robert !*%^ Burbank Whitaker and Margaret !*^% Jebb Allen had the following children:

15. Margaret !*^% Jebb3 Allen (Nathan !^ Richardson (Jr.)4, Nathan !^ Richardson (Sr.)5, Zadoc !6, Moses !7, Nathan ! "Alling"8, Samuel ! "Alling"9, John ! "Alling" (Sr.)10) #34 was born in Kenosha, WI 26 Apr 1894. Margaret died 20 Mar 1992 in Kenosha, WI, at 97 years of age. she died from heart disease at her home, 115-68th Place. Her body was interred March 23, 1992 in Kenosha, WI at Green Ridge Cemetery in Block 3 SW Division.

She married Robert !*%^ Burbank Whitaker 18 Oct 1923 in NY, NY. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Robert !*%^ Burbank Whitaker #33.) (See Robert !*%^ Burbank Whitaker for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Margaret !*^% Jebb Allen: birth of Dashiell Hammett, author who created the hard-boiled detective on May 27, 1894; "Runnin' Wild," musical that introduced the Charleston, opens in NY on October 29, 1923; birth of Buddy Hackett, comedian on August 31, 1924; National Broadcasting Company goes on-the-air, with 24 stations on November 15, 1926; Richard Byrd flew over the South Pole on November 29, 1929; Mike Tyson, former heavyweight champion, was sent to prison for six years for rape. on March 26, 1992.

Fourth Generation

16. Heber !%^ Cushing4 Peters (Alexander !%^ Chase5, Richard !6) #17 was born in Newark, NJ 23 Apr 1867. Heber died 6 Apr 1953 in Summit, NJ, at 85 years of age. he died from heart failure at the Overlook Hospital. His body was interred 9 Apr 1953 in St. Johnsbury, VT at Mount Pleasant Cemetery in lot 627 Ross section.

He married Agnes !%^ Winona Thurber 14 Jul 1891 in Whitinsville, MA. (Agnes !%^ Winona Thurber #18.)

He was a student at Cornell University in Ithaca, NY 14 Sep 1889. Heber was employed at Peters and Company as a Industrialist in Ithaca, NY 1916. He resided 501 West 113th Street, in NY, NY 22 Jan 1933. He resided 1530-24th Avenue North, in St. Petersburg, FL 13 December 1942. He resided 4 Wildwood Avenue, in Budd Lake, NJ 1950.

Historical events during the life of Heber !%^ Cushing Peters: patent granted for the zoetrope on April 23, 1867; sex education was 1st offered in England on October 1, 1889; patent granted for the corkboard on July 14, 1891; US Post Office issues the 1st commemorative stamp on January 2, 1893; Thomas Edison's device for showing moving pictures is demonstrated on April 14, 1894; birth of Olivia de Havilland on July 1, 1916; birth of Chita Rivera, entertainer on January 23, 1933; because of meat shortage frankfurters are replaced with "Victory Sausages" containing an unspecified amount of soybean meal on January 12, 1943; US enters Korean war on July 1, 1950; Dag Hammarskjold elected Secretary-General of the United Nations on April 7, 1953; TV Guide publishes their first issue on April 9, 1953.

Heber !%^ Cushing Peters and Agnes !%^ Winona Thurber had the following children:

18. Agnes !%^ Winona4 Thurber (George ! Washington5, Jared !6, Barnabas ! (Jr.)7, Barnabus ! (Sr.)8, Jonathan !9, James !10, John !11) #18 was born in Sutton, VT 8 Dec 1870. Agnes died 4 Jul 1952 in Whippany, NJ, at 81 years of age. she died from heart failure at the Hillcrest Nursing Home. Her body was interred July, 1952 in St. Johnsbury, VT at Mt. Pleasant Cemetery in lot 627 Ross section.

She married Heber !%^ Cushing Peters 14 Jul 1891 in Whitinsville, MA. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Heber !%^ Cushing Peters #17.) (See Heber !%^ Cushing Peters for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Agnes !%^ Winona Thurber: Joseph R. Rainey of S.C. becomes the 1st black member of the House of Representatives on December 12, 1870; patent granted for the corkboard on July 14, 1891; US Post Office issues the 1st commemorative stamp on January 2, 1893; Thomas Edison's device for showing moving pictures is demonstrated on April 14, 1894; King Farouk of Egypt forced to abdicate on July 23, 1952.

19. Eustace !^ Warner4 King (Leonard ! Herman5, Jonathan !6) #115 was born Hunt's Hollow, NY 4 Jun 1850. Eustace died 11 Jan 1927 in Appleton, WI, at 76 years of age. he died from nephritis and pulmonary edema. His body was interred 13 Jan 1927 in Appleton, WI at Riverside Cemetery in Grave #2 Lot 6 Block 6.

He married three times. He married Emma Coucine 28 Jun 1874 Kaupauna, WI. (Emma Coucine is #117.) She is the daughter of Thomas Coucine and Catherine XX. Emma died. she died from cause unknown. He married Katherine !^ "Kittie" E. Holihan 14 Feb 1884 in Appleton, WI. (Katherine !^ "Kittie" E. Holihan is #116.) Katherine was born 25 Aug 1855 in IRELAND. She was the daughter of James ! Holihan and Ellen ! Kenney. Katherine died 14 Sep 1894 7:00 PM in Appleton, WI, at 39 years of age. she died from birth complications at Prescott Hospital. Her body was interred September 17, 1894 in Appleton, WI at Riverside Cemetery in Grave 1 Lot 6 Block 6. He married Elizabeth W. Holihan 6 Nov 1895 in Appleton, WI. (Elizabeth W. Holihan is #123.) Elizabeth was born 1 Oct 1865 in Buchanan, WI. She was the daughter of James ! Holihan and Ellen ! Kenney. Elizabeth died 21 May 1945 in Appleton, WI, at 79 years of age. she died from cause unknown at 844 East Eldorado Street.

His funeral was held January 13, 1927 2:00PM in Appleton, WI at 844 E. Eldorado Street.

Historical events during the life of Eustace !^ Warner King: Levi Strauss made his 1st blue jeans on June 6, 1850; DDT developed on August 1, 1874; birth of Maurice Ravel on March 7, 1875; birth of Robert Flaherty, father of the documentary film on February 16, 1884; 1st Tournament of Roses parade held in Pasadena, Calif. on January 1, 1886; birth of Enid Bagnold, novelist (National Velvet), in Rochester, Kent on October 27, 1889; Hobo Kelly led his army of unemployed across the Potomac on August 11, 1894; x-rays discovered on November 8, 1895; birth of Sidney Poitier, actor on February 20, 1927.

Eustace !^ Warner King and Emma Coucine had the following children:

Eustace !^ Warner King and Katherine !^ "Kittie" E. Holihan had the following children:

24. Katherine !^ "Kittie" E.4 Holihan (James !5) #116 was born in IRELAND 25 Aug 1855. Katherine died 14 Sep 1894 7:00 PM in Appleton, WI, at 39 years of age. she died from birth complications at Prescott Hospital. Her body was interred September 17, 1894 in Appleton, WI at Riverside Cemetery in Grave 1 Lot 6 Block 6.

She married Eustace !^ Warner King 14 Feb 1884 in Appleton, WI. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held St. Mary's. (Eustace !^ Warner King #115.) (See Eustace !^ Warner King for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Katherine !^ "Kittie" E. Holihan: end of the Crimean war on September 8, 1855; birth of Robert Flaherty, father of the documentary film on February 16, 1884; 1st Tournament of Roses parade held in Pasadena, Calif. on January 1, 1886; birth of Enid Bagnold, novelist (National Velvet), in Rochester, Kent on October 27, 1889; Hobo Kelly led his army of unemployed across the Potomac on August 11, 1894; birth of Jean Renoir, cineaste on September 15, 1894; "Arms and the Man" by George Bernard Shaw opens in NY on September 17, 1894.

25. Robert !^ Stevenson4 Whitaker (Robert !^ B.5, Nicholas !6, XX !7) #88 was born in Kenosha, WI 18 Dec 1851. Robert died 11 May 1910 in Kenosha, WI, at 58 years of age. he died from cause unknown. His body was interred 13 MAY 1910 in Kenosha, WI at Green Ridge Cemetery in Blk 12 SW Division.

He married Abigail !^ Chase Webster date unknown in Kenosha, WI. (Abigail !^ Chase Webster #89.)

His funeral was held Friday May 1910 in Kenosha, WI 607 Park Avenue.

Historical events during the life of Robert !^ Stevenson Whitaker: The 1st YMCA in the U.S. opens in Boston on December 29, 1851; birth of H.L. Mencken, Baltimore's son on September 12, 1880; 1st self-service restaurant opens on September 4, 1885; 1st revolving door installed on August 7, 1888; Idaho becomes a state on July 3, 1890; "Sherlock Holmes" debuts in NY starring William Gillette on November 6, 1899; Glacier National Park created by Congress on May 11, 1910; Halley's comet passes over the sun on May 18, 1910.

Robert !^ Stevenson Whitaker and Abigail !^ Chase Webster had the following children:

30. Abigail !^ Chase4 Webster (Isaac ! Warren (Sr.)5, Isaac !6, Gideon !7, Isaac !8, John !9, Isaac !10, Thomas !11, Thomas !12) #89 was born in Kenosha, WI 25 Feb 1854. Abigail died 27 Apr 1932 03:00 AM in St. Petersburg, FL, at 78 years of age. she died from a heart attack at her winter home. Her body was interred 30 Apr 1932 in Kenosha, WI at Green Ridge Cemetery in Blk 12 SW Division.

She married Robert !^ Stevenson Whitaker date unknown in Kenosha, WI. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Robert !^ Stevenson Whitaker #88.) (See Robert !^ Stevenson Whitaker for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Abigail !^ Chase Webster: birth of Sir Dugald Clerk, inventor of the 2-stroke motorcycle engine on March 31, 1854; birth of H.L. Mencken, Baltimore's son on September 12, 1880; 1st self-service restaurant opens on September 4, 1885; 1st revolving door installed on August 7, 1888; Idaho becomes a state on July 3, 1890; "Sherlock Holmes" debuts in NY starring William Gillette on November 6, 1899; yellow fever vaccine announced on April 28, 1932; "The Jack Benny Program" premiered on May 2, 1932.

31. Nathan !^ Richardson (Jr.)4 Allen (Nathan !^ Richardson (Sr.)5, Zadoc !6, Moses !7, Nathan ! "Alling"8, Samuel ! "Alling"9, John ! "Alling" (Sr.)10) #86 was born in Kenosha, WI 18 Sep 1855. Nathan died 7 Oct 1924 in NY, NY, at 69 years of age. he died from an infection at the Gotham Hotel. His body was interred 10 Oct 1924 in Kenosha, WI at Green Ridge Cemetery in Block 140-142 SE Div NE section.

He married Ellen !^ Hamilton Jebb February 17, 1892 in Waukegan, IL. (Ellen !^ Hamilton Jebb #87.)

Historical events during the life of Nathan !^ Richardson (Jr.) Allen: 1st patent for the calliope granted on October 9, 1855; birth of Edna St. Vincent Millay, Pulitzer-Prize winning poet on February 22, 1892; birth of Dashiell Hammett, author who created the hard-boiled detective on May 27, 1894; PTA is founded on February 17, 1897; patent granted for the mercury vapor lamp on September 17, 1901; Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne begin their joint stage careers on October 13, 1924.

Nathan !^ Richardson (Jr.) Allen and Ellen !^ Hamilton Jebb had the following children:

34. Ellen !^ Hamilton4 Jebb #87 was born 9 Nov 1872. Ellen died 6 Jan 1947 in NY, NY, at 74 years of age. she died from cause unknown. Her body was interred January 9, 1947 in Kenosha, WI at Green Ridge Cemetery in Block 140-142 SE Div NE section.

She married Nathan !^ Richardson (Jr.) Allen February 17, 1892 in Waukegan, IL. The ceremony was a Church and was held Christ Church Episcopal. (Nathan !^ Richardson (Jr.) Allen #86.) (See Nathan !^ Richardson (Jr.) Allen for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Ellen !^ Hamilton Jebb: University of California gets its 1st Med School (UCSF) on February 20, 1873; birth of Edna St. Vincent Millay, Pulitzer-Prize winning poet on February 22, 1892; birth of Dashiell Hammett, author who created the hard-boiled detective on May 27, 1894; PTA is founded on February 17, 1897; patent granted for the mercury vapor lamp on September 17, 1901; isolation of the polio virus announced on January 10, 1947.

Fifth Generation

35. Alexander !%^ Chase5 Peters (Richard !6) #20 was born in Philadelphia, PA 24 Jul 1833.(1) Alexander died 1 Mar 1903 in Newark, NJ, at 69 years of age. he died from cerebral apoplexy at his home, 304 Belleville Ave. His body was interred 23 Jul 1911 in Lowell, MA at Lowell Cemetery on Lawrence St. in Woodbine Path Lot 36.

He married three times. He married Mary A. Birmingham Before 1860.(2) (Mary A. Birmingham is #1057.) Mary was born about Nov 1834 in Philadelphia, PA. She was the daughter of Samuel T. Birmingham and Elizabeth XX. Mary died October 21, 1861 in Lowell, MA, at approximately 26 years of age. she died from Convulsions. He married Sarah !^% Elizabeth Cushing 22 Jun 1862. (Sarah !^% Elizabeth Cushing is #21.) Sarah was born 15 Dec 1833 in Barnston, Quebec CANADA. She was the daughter of Manda !^% Thurber Cushing and Dorothy ! Pinkham. Sarah died 24 May 1872 in Lowell, MA, at 38 years of age. she died from consumption of right lung at 13 Harrison Street-MDCP home. Her body was interred 27 May 1872 in Lowell, MA at Lowell Cemetery on Lawrence St. in Woodbine Pine Lot 36. He married Julia % Maria Searing 30 Apr 1885 in Newark, NJ. (Julia % Maria Searing is #25.) Julia was born 07 Jun 1843 in Newark, NJ. She was the daughter of Simon % Searing and Lucinda M. Hand. She resides 232 Woodside Avenue, in Newark, NJ 05 Mar 1918. Julia died 23 Apr 1920 in Newark, NJ, at 76 years of age. she died from pulmonary tuberculosis at the Essex County Hospital. Her body was interred 25 May 1920 in Lowell, MA at Lowell at Lawrence St in Woodbine Path Lot 36.

Alexander was employed at his own business as a pharmacist in Newark, NJ 1862. He resided 304 Belleville Avenue, in Newark, NJ 1896. His funeral was held 04 Mar 1903 in Newark, NJ 304 Belleville Ave. He was cremated 05 Mar 1903 Queens, NY.

Historical events during the life of Alexander !%^ Chase Peters: Chicago incorporated as a village on August 10, 1833; birth of Anton Chekhov, writer (The Cherry Orchard) on January 29, 1860; birth of William Jennings Bryan, 'The Great Commoner' on March 19, 1860; Charles Dodgson (Lewis Carroll) while picnicking, tells a story about a little girl's adventures after she fell down a rabbit hole on July 4, 1862; Helena, capital of Montana, founded on October 30, 1864; patent granted for the zoetrope on April 23, 1867; Statue of Liberty arrives in NY harbor on June 19, 1885; William Jennings Bryan makes his 'cross of gold' speech at the Democratic Convention in Chicago on July 8, 1896; patent granted for the multigraph on March 10, 1903; birth of Lucille Ball on August 6, 1911.

Alexander !%^ Chase Peters and Mary A. Birmingham had the following child:

Alexander !%^ Chase Peters and Sarah !^% Elizabeth Cushing had the following children:

38. Sarah !^% Elizabeth5 Cushing (Manda !^% Thurber6, Benjamin !7, Matthew 4 !8, Matthew 3 !9, Matthew 2 !10, John !11, Matthew 1 !12, Peter !13, Thomas ! "Cushyn"14, John ! (Elder) "Cushyn or Cushyng"15, William ! "Cushyn"16, Thomas ! "Cussheyn or Cusshyn"17, William ! "Cussyn or Cusseyn"18, Galfridus "Cusyn"19) #21 was born in Barnston, Quebec CANADA 15 Dec 1833. Sarah died 24 May 1872 in Lowell, MA, at 38 years of age. she died from consumption of right lung at 13 Harrison Street-MDCP home. Her body was interred 27 May 1872 in Lowell, MA at Lowell Cemetery on Lawrence St. in Woodbine Pine Lot 36.

She married twice. She married Moses ^ M(orse) Haselton 19 Sep 1852 in Lowell, MA. The ceremony was a Baptist and was held First Baptist Church. (Moses ^ M(orse) Haselton is #23.) Moses was born 2 Jun 1832 in Groton, NH. He was the son of Barnes Haselton and Hannah Morse. Moses died 7 Jul 1854 in Lowell, MA, at 22 years of age. he died from cause unknown. His body was interred July 1854 in Hebron, NH at Hebron cmty on road to Groton in middle row, middle of section. She married Alexander !%^ Chase Peters 22 Jun 1862. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Alexander !%^ Chase Peters is #20.) Alexander was born 24 Jul 1833 in Philadelphia, PA.(3) He was the son of Richard ! Peters and Marie ! Adele Estuarte. Alexander was employed at his own business as a pharmacist in Newark, NJ 1862. He resided 304 Belleville Avenue, in Newark, NJ 1896. Alexander died 1 Mar 1903 in Newark, NJ, at 69 years of age. he died from cerebral apoplexy at his home, 304 Belleville Ave. His funeral was held 04 Mar 1903 in Newark, NJ 304 Belleville Ave. He was cremated 05 Mar 1903 Queens, NY. His body was interred 23 Jul 1911 in Lowell, MA at Lowell Cemetery on Lawrence St. in Woodbine Path Lot 36.

Historical events during the life of Sarah !^% Elizabeth Cushing: birth of Gottlieb Daimler, automobile pioneer on March 17, 1834; birth of William Stewart Halsted, established 1st surgical school in US on September 23, 1852; 1st electric telegraph in use, Merchant's Exchange to Pt Lobos on September 11, 1853; Charles Dodgson (Lewis Carroll) while picnicking, tells a story about a little girl's adventures after she fell down a rabbit hole on July 4, 1862; Helena, capital of Montana, founded on October 30, 1864; patent granted for the zoetrope on April 23, 1867; Strauss conducted an orchestra of 987 instruments with a choir of 20,000 at the World Peace Jubilee in Boston on June 17, 1872.

Sarah !^% Elizabeth Cushing and Moses ^ M(orse) Haselton had the following child:

40. George ! Washington5 Thurber (Jared !6, Barnabas ! (Jr.)7, Barnabus ! (Sr.)8, Jonathan !9, James !10, John !11) #59 was born in Burke, VT 25 Nov 1832. George died 7 Aug 1872 in East Burke, VT, at 39 years of age. he died from cause unknown. His body was interred August, 1872 in East Burke, VT at cemetery unknown in grave site unknown.

He married Sophronia ! "Sophia" E. Hunter 25 Feb 1869 in Barton, VT. (Sophronia ! "Sophia" E. Hunter #60.)

Historical events during the life of George ! Washington Thurber: birth of Louisa May Alcott, little woman on November 29, 1832; birth of Florenz Ziegfeld, of Follies fame on March 21, 1869; Joseph R. Rainey of S.C. becomes the 1st black member of the House of Representatives on December 12, 1870; Jesse James and gang rob a bank in Iowa on June 3, 1871; Phineas Fogg wagered he could travel around the world in 80 days on October 2, 1872.

George ! Washington Thurber and Sophronia ! "Sophia" E. Hunter had the following children:

42. Sophronia ! "Sophia" E.5 Hunter (John ! Frye6) #60 was born in Lyndon, VT 1833. Sophronia died 15 Mar 1893 in East Douglas, MA, at 60 years of age. she died from heart disease. Her body was interred March 1893 in South Sutton, MA at South Sutton Cmty on Hough St. in John Howard plot.

She married four times. She married Thomas I. Bartlett 1 Jan 1850 in VT. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Thomas I. Bartlett is #467.) Thomas died. he died from cause unknown. She married Alfred W. Kibbey BEFORE 1868. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Alfred W. Kibbey is #289.) Alfred died. he died from cause unknown. She married George ! Washington Thurber 25 Feb 1869 in Barton, VT. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (George ! Washington Thurber is #59.) George was born 25 Nov 1832 in Burke, VT. He was the son of Jared ! Thurber and Mary ! Tute. George died 7 Aug 1872 in East Burke, VT, at 39 years of age. he died from cause unknown. His body was interred August, 1872 in East Burke, VT at cemetery unknown in grave site unknown. She married John P. Howard 15 Jun 1873 in Sheffield or Sutton, VT. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (John P. Howard is #65.) He is the son of James Howard and Elizabeth Walker. John died in East Douglas, MA. he died from cause unknown.

Historical events during the life of Sophronia ! "Sophia" E. Hunter: Boston Academy of Music founded on January 8, 1833; the California Exchange opens on January 5, 1850; birth of Sir Frank Dyson, proved Einstein right about light bent by gravity on January 8, 1868; birth of Florenz Ziegfeld, of Follies fame on March 21, 1869; Joseph R. Rainey of S.C. becomes the 1st black member of the House of Representatives on December 12, 1870; Jesse James and gang rob a bank in Iowa on June 3, 1871; world's 1st train robbery, by Jesse James on July 21, 1873; birth of Gustav Holst, composer of 'The Planets' on September 21, 1874; patent granted for the corkboard on July 14, 1891; Thomas F. Bayard becomes 1st US ambassador on April 3, 1893.

Sophronia ! "Sophia" E. Hunter and John P. Howard had the following child:

44. Leonard ! Herman5 King (Jonathan !6) #127 was born in NY 8 Aug 1815. Leonard died 13 Sep 1877 in Appleton, WI, at 62 years of age. he died from tuberculosis. His body was interred 17 Sep 1877 in Neenah, WI at Oak Hill Cemetery in Lot E 1/2 24 Block 1 2nd.

He married Jane !^ Lake 08 Aug 1849 Hunt's Hollow, NY. (Jane !^ Lake #128.)

Historical events during the life of Leonard ! Herman King: birth of Elizabeth Cady Stanton, early leader of women's rights movement on November 12, 1815; birth of Ivan Pavlov on September 14, 1849; Levi Strauss made his 1st blue jeans on June 6, 1850; Williamette Univ. in Salem, OR incorporated on January 12, 1853; birth of Booker T. Washington on April 5, 1856; birth of Giacomo Puccini, composer on December 22, 1858; the spectrum of a comet observed for 1st time, by Giovanni Donati on August 5, 1864; the American Humane Association was organized on October 9, 1877.

Leonard ! Herman King and Jane !^ Lake had the following children:

49. Jane !^5 Lake (David ! P.6, Warner !7) #128 was born 13 Dec 1823. Jane died 17 Oct 1913 at 89 years of age. she died from cause unknown. Her body was interred 19 Oct 1913 in Neenah, WI at Oak Hill Cemetery in Lot E 1/2 24 Block 1 2nd.

She married Leonard ! Herman King 08 Aug 1849 Hunt's Hollow, NY. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Leonard ! Herman King #127.) (See Leonard ! Herman King for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Jane !^ Lake: birth of James Merritt Ives, lithographer (of Currier & Ives fame) on March 5, 1824; birth of Ivan Pavlov on September 14, 1849; Levi Strauss made his 1st blue jeans on June 6, 1850; Williamette Univ. in Salem, OR incorporated on January 12, 1853; birth of Booker T. Washington on April 5, 1856; birth of Giacomo Puccini, composer on December 22, 1858; the spectrum of a comet observed for 1st time, by Giovanni Donati on August 5, 1864; birth of Burt Lancaster on November 2, 1913.

50. James !5 Holihan #124 was born in IRELAND 1828. James died. he died from cause unknown.

He married Ellen ! Kenney date unknown. (Ellen ! Kenney #125.)

Historical events during the life of James ! Holihan: birth of Count Leo Tolstoy on September 9, 1828; end of the Crimean war on September 8, 1855; birth of William Howard Taft, 27th President (1909-1913) on September 15, 1857; birth of John L. Sullivan, famed pugelist on October 15, 1858; birth of Warren G. Harding, 29th President (1921-1923) on November 2, 1865.

James ! Holihan and Ellen ! Kenney had the following children:

57. Ellen !5 Kenney #125 was born 1832. Ellen died. she died from cause unknown.

She married James ! Holihan date unknown. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (James ! Holihan #124.) (See James ! Holihan for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Ellen ! Kenney: "America" sung publicly for the 1st time on July 4, 1832; end of the Crimean war on September 8, 1855; birth of William Howard Taft, 27th President (1909-1913) on September 15, 1857; birth of John L. Sullivan, famed pugelist on October 15, 1858; birth of Warren G. Harding, 29th President (1921-1923) on November 2, 1865.

58. Robert !^ B.5 Whitaker (Nicholas !6, XX !7) #991 was born in Dukinfield, Chesire, ENGLAND 16 Mar 1831. Robert died 16 Mar 1904 in Kenosha, WI, at 73 years of age. he died from cause unknown. His body was interred 18 Mar 1904 in Kenosha, WI at Green Ridge Cemetery in Block 3, SW Division.

He married Frances ! H. Bell 20 Oct 1850 in Kenosha, Racine. (Frances ! H. Bell #992.)

Historical events during the life of Robert !^ B. Whitaker: 1st recorded bank robbery, took place in NYC on March 19, 1831; birth of Robert Louis Stevenson on November 13, 1850; The 1st YMCA in the U.S. opens in Boston on December 29, 1851; birth of Sir Dugald Clerk, inventor of the 2-stroke motorcycle engine on March 31, 1854; patent granted for the machine gun on July 8, 1856; birth of B. F. Skinner, psychologist, pioneer in Behaviorism on March 20, 1904.

Robert !^ B. Whitaker and Frances ! H. Bell had the following children:

61. Frances ! H.5 Bell (Thomas !6) #992 was born in Lincolnshire, ENGLAND 1830. Frances died 12:00 March 22, 1909 in Rogers Park, IL, at approximately 78 years of age. she died from an attack of paralysis at home of daughter, C. H. Leach. Her body was interred 25 Mar 1909 in Kenosha, WI at Green Ridge Cemetery in Blk 3 SW Division.

She married Robert !^ B. Whitaker 20 Oct 1850 in Kenosha, Racine. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Robert !^ B. Whitaker #991.) (See Robert !^ B. Whitaker for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Frances ! H. Bell: 1st American built locomotive tried - the "Tom Thumb" on August 28, 1830; birth of Robert Louis Stevenson on November 13, 1850; The 1st YMCA in the U.S. opens in Boston on December 29, 1851; birth of Sir Dugald Clerk, inventor of the 2-stroke motorcycle engine on March 31, 1854; patent granted for the machine gun on July 8, 1856; Robert Peary arrives at the North Pole on April 6, 1909.

62. Isaac ! Warren (Sr.)5 Webster (Isaac !6, Gideon !7, Isaac !8, John !9, Isaac !10, Thomas !11, Thomas !12) #624 was born in South Kingston, NH 25 Nov 1818. Isaac died 14 Aug 1875 in Kenosha, WI, at 56 years of age. he died from heart failure at the farm of J. W. Rhodes. His body was interred 16 Aug 1875 in Kenosha, WI at Green Ridge Cemetery in Blk 12 SW Div.

He married Susan ! R. Burbank Sep 1848 in Kenosha, WI. (Susan ! R. Burbank #625.)

Historical events during the life of Isaac ! Warren (Sr.) Webster: Illinois is admitted to the Union as the 21st state on December 3, 1818; the Massachusetts School for Idiotic and Feeble-minded Youth was established in Boston on October 1, 1848; President Zachary Taylor dies while in office of a typhus infection on July 9, 1850; first Hawaiian cavalry organized on December 17, 1852; birth of Sir Dugald Clerk, inventor of the 2-stroke motorcycle engine on March 31, 1854; birth of Woodrow Wilson, 28th President (1913-1921) on December 28, 1856; birth of Claude Debussy, composer on August 22, 1862; 1st person to swim the English Channel hits shore on August 25, 1875.

Isaac ! Warren (Sr.) Webster and Susan ! R. Burbank had the following children:

67. Susan ! R.5 Burbank (Abner !6, Eleazer ! 37, David !8, Eleazer ! 29, Eleazer ! 110, Caleb !11, John !12) #625 was born in NY 14 Jun 1828. Susan died 18 Feb 1897 in Kenosha, WI, at 68 years of age. she died from cause unknown. Her body was interred 20 Feb 1897 in Kenosha, WI at Green Ridge Cemetery in Blk 12 SW Division.

She married Isaac ! Warren (Sr.) Webster Sep 1848 in Kenosha, WI. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Isaac ! Warren (Sr.) Webster #624.) (See Isaac ! Warren (Sr.) Webster for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Susan ! R. Burbank: birth of Count Leo Tolstoy on September 9, 1828; the Massachusetts School for Idiotic and Feeble-minded Youth was established in Boston on October 1, 1848; President Zachary Taylor dies while in office of a typhus infection on July 9, 1850; first Hawaiian cavalry organized on December 17, 1852; birth of Sir Dugald Clerk, inventor of the 2-stroke motorcycle engine on March 31, 1854; birth of Woodrow Wilson, 28th President (1913-1921) on December 28, 1856; birth of Claude Debussy, composer on August 22, 1862; Jim Bakker, an Assemblies of God minister and TV evangelist resigned his ministry after admitting having sex with Jessica Hahn. on March 19, 1897.

68. Nathan !^ Richardson (Sr.)5 Allen (Zadoc !6, Moses !7, Nathan ! "Alling"8, Samuel ! "Alling"9, John ! "Alling" (Sr.)10) #632 was born in New Hartford, Oneida NY 3 Feb 1812. Nathan died April 29, 1890 in Kenosha, WI, at 78 years of age. he died from cause unknown. His body was interred 22 Apr 1890 in Kenosha, WI at Green Ridge Cemetery in Blk 140-142 SE Div NE section.

He married Mary ! Hale 25 Oct 1843 in Kenosha, WI. (Mary ! Hale #633.)

Historical events during the life of Nathan !^ Richardson (Sr.) Allen: birth of Charles Dickens on February 7, 1812; Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol" is published on December 17, 1843; birth of Henry John Heinz, founded a prepared-foods company on October 11, 1844; 1st San Francisco paper, 'California Star', published on January 9, 1847; first Hawaiian cavalry organized on December 17, 1852; birth of Oscar Wilde, wit on October 16, 1854; 1st patent for the calliope granted on October 9, 1855; patent granted for the mail box on March 9, 1858; birth of Willam Einthoven, invented the electrocardiograph on May 21, 1860; birth of Ho Chi Minh, trail blazer on May 19, 1890.

Nathan !^ Richardson (Sr.) Allen and Mary ! Hale had the following children:

77. Mary !5 Hale (Samuel ! (Sr.)6, Abner ! (Jr.)7, Abner ! (Sr.)8, Joseph !9, Thomas ! (Jr.)10, Thomas ! (Sr.)11, XX !12) #633 was born in Paris (Whitestown), NY 22 Feb 1819. Mary died 11 Sep 1912 in Kenosha, WI, at 93 years of age. she died from a cerebral hemorrhage. Her body was interred 12 Sep 1912 in Kenosha, WI at Green Ridge Cemetery in Blk 140-142 SE Div NE section.

She married Nathan !^ Richardson (Sr.) Allen 25 Oct 1843 in Kenosha, WI. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Nathan !^ Richardson (Sr.) Allen #632.) (See Nathan !^ Richardson (Sr.) Allen for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Mary ! Hale: Florida is ceded to the US by Spain on February 22, 1819; Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol" is published on December 17, 1843; birth of Henry John Heinz, founded a prepared-foods company on October 11, 1844; 1st San Francisco paper, 'California Star', published on January 9, 1847; first Hawaiian cavalry organized on December 17, 1852; birth of Oscar Wilde, wit on October 16, 1854; 1st patent for the calliope granted on October 9, 1855; patent granted for the mail box on March 9, 1858; birth of Willam Einthoven, invented the electrocardiograph on May 21, 1860; 1st Mack Sennett "Keystone Comedy" movie is released on September 23, 1912.

Sixth Generation

78. Richard !6 Peters #487 was born in PA. Richard died in PA. he died from cause unknown.

He married Marie ! Adele Estuarte date unknown. (Marie ! Adele Estuarte #488.)

Historical events during the life of Richard ! Peters: Chicago incorporated as a village on August 10, 1833.

Richard ! Peters and Marie ! Adele Estuarte had the following child:

79. Marie ! Adele6 Estuarte #488 was born in PA. Marie died. she died from cause unknown.

She married Richard ! Peters date unknown. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Richard ! Peters #487.) (See Richard ! Peters for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Marie ! Adele Estuarte: Chicago incorporated as a village on August 10, 1833.

80. Manda !^% Thurber6 Cushing (Benjamin !7, Matthew 4 !8, Matthew 3 !9, Matthew 2 !10, John !11, Matthew 1 !12, Peter !13, Thomas ! "Cushyn"14, John ! (Elder) "Cushyn or Cushyng"15, William ! "Cushyn"16, Thomas ! "Cussheyn or Cusshyn"17, William ! "Cussyn or Cusseyn"18, Galfridus "Cusyn"19) #26 was born in Putney, VT 10 Nov 1798. Manda died 21 Aug 1885 in Barnston, Quebec CANADA, at 86 years of age. he died from cause unknown. His body was interred August, 1885 in Barnston, Quebec CANADA at Pleasantville Cemetery in upper right side facing entrc.

He married three times. He married Sally Hazeltine 1823 in Barnston, Quebec CANADA. (Sally Hazeltine is #313.) Sally was born 1799. Sally died 6 Jul 1829 in Barnston, Quebec CANADA, at approximately 30 years of age. she died from cause unknown. He married Dorothy ! Pinkham 1830 in Barnston, Quebec CANADA. (Dorothy ! Pinkham is #27.) Dorothy was born 16 Dec 1798 in Danville, VT. She was the daughter of Samuel ! Pinkham and Dorothea ! Redway. Dorothy died 16 May 1843 in Barnston, Quebec CANADA, at 44 years of age. she died from cause unknown. Her body was interred ABT 19 May 1843 in Barnston, Quebec CANADA at Pleasantville Cemetery in MTC plot. He married Patty ^ Eliza Abbott AFTER 1843 in Barnston, Quebec CANADA. (Patty ^ Eliza Abbott is #330.) Patty was born 1811. Patty died 14 Jun 1884 in Barnston, Quebec CANADA, at approximately 72 years of age. she died from cause unknown. Her body was interred ABT 17 Jun 1894 in Barnston, Quebec CANADA at Pleasantville Cemetery in MTC plot.

Manda was employed at organization unknown as a saddle and harness maker in Barnston, Quebec CANADA date unknown.

Historical events during the life of Manda !^% Thurber Cushing: 1st income tax imposed, in England on January 9, 1799; 1st adhesive US postage stamps went on sale on July 1, 1823; the locomotive was invented on August 7, 1825; ballet introduced to NY's Bowery theater on February 2, 1827; 1st school for the blind in US established on March 2, 1829; 1st American built locomotive tried - the "Tom Thumb" on August 28, 1830; birth of Gottlieb Daimler, automobile pioneer on March 17, 1834; birth of Samuel Clemens, a.k.a. Mark Twain on November 30, 1835; birth of Grover Cleveland, President (1885-1889, 1893-1897) on March 18, 1837; birth of A. Montgomery Ward, found mail-order a nice business on February 17, 1844; birth of Henry John Heinz, founded a prepared-foods company on October 11, 1844; birth of Kate Greenaway, creator of "Mother Goose" on March 17, 1846; birth of William Gilbert Grace, Victorian England's greatest cricketer on July 18, 1848; patent granted for an adding machine with depressible keys on February 5, 1850; "Uncle Tom's Cabin" by Harriet Beecher Stowe was published on March 20, 1852; Gilbert and Sullivan's "Mikado" opens in NY on August 20, 1885; 1st self-service restaurant opens on September 4, 1885.

Manda !^% Thurber Cushing and Sally Hazeltine had the following children:

Manda !^% Thurber Cushing and Dorothy ! Pinkham had the following children:

Manda !^% Thurber Cushing and Patty ^ Eliza Abbott had the following children:

91. Dorothy !6 Pinkham (Samuel !7) #27 was born in Danville, VT 16 Dec 1798. Dorothy died 16 May 1843 in Barnston, Quebec CANADA, at 44 years of age. she died from cause unknown. Her body was interred ABT 19 May 1843 in Barnston, Quebec CANADA at Pleasantville Cemetery in MTC plot.

She married Manda !^% Thurber Cushing 1830 in Barnston, Quebec CANADA. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Manda !^% Thurber Cushing #26.) (See Manda !^% Thurber Cushing for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Dorothy ! Pinkham: 1st income tax imposed, in England on January 9, 1799; 1st American built locomotive tried - the "Tom Thumb" on August 28, 1830; birth of Gottlieb Daimler, automobile pioneer on March 17, 1834; birth of Samuel Clemens, a.k.a. Mark Twain on November 30, 1835; birth of Grover Cleveland, President (1885-1889, 1893-1897) on March 18, 1837; Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol" is published on December 17, 1843.

92. Jared !6 Thurber (Barnabas ! (Jr.)7, Barnabus ! (Sr.)8, Jonathan !9, James !10, John !11) #62 was born in Burke, VT 24 Aug 1800. Jared died 30 Nov 1870 in Burke, VT, at 70 years of age. he died from cause unknown. His body was interred December, 1870 in East Burke, VT at cemetery unknown in next to son George Washington.

He married Mary ! Tute 29 Dec 1822 in Lyndon, VT. (Mary ! Tute #78.)

Historical events during the life of Jared ! Thurber: Congress convened for its 1st Washington, DC session on November 17, 1800; Concord Academy for Teachers was opened on March 11, 1823; the locomotive was invented on August 7, 1825; birth of Count Leo Tolstoy on September 9, 1828; steam engine races with a horse-drawn car - the horse won on August 25, 1829; birth of Louisa May Alcott, little woman on November 29, 1832; birth of Alfred Bernhard Nobel, created dynamite and Peace Prizes on October 21, 1833; birth of William S. Hart, star of silent Western movies on December 6, 1870; Oleomargarine patented on January 3, 1871.

Jared ! Thurber and Mary ! Tute had the following children:

97. Mary !6 Tute (Zibe !^7, XX !8) #78 was born Feb 1800. Mary died 26 Nov 1880 in VT, at approximately 80 years of age. she died from cause unknown. Her body was interred November, 1880 in East Burke, VT at cemetery unknown in next to husband.

She married Jared ! Thurber 29 Dec 1822 in Lyndon, VT. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Jared ! Thurber #62.) (See Jared ! Thurber for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Mary ! Tute: Library of Congress founded on April 24, 1800; Concord Academy for Teachers was opened on March 11, 1823; the locomotive was invented on August 7, 1825; birth of Count Leo Tolstoy on September 9, 1828; steam engine races with a horse-drawn car - the horse won on August 25, 1829; birth of Louisa May Alcott, little woman on November 29, 1832; birth of Alfred Bernhard Nobel, created dynamite and Peace Prizes on October 21, 1833; Lillian Russell makes her stage debut in NY on November 22, 1880; Broadway, NY becomes "the Great White Way" as it illuminated with electric lights on December 20, 1880.

98. John ! Frye6 Hunter #63 birth date unknown. John died. he died from cause unknown.

He married Betsey ! Winchester Cheney 21 Dec 1817 in Concord, VT. (Betsey ! Winchester Cheney #64.)

Historical events during the life of John ! Frye Hunter: 1st successful American education magazine published,"The Academician" on February 7, 1818; Boston Academy of Music founded on January 8, 1833.

John ! Frye Hunter and Betsey ! Winchester Cheney had the following children:

103. Betsey ! Winchester6 Cheney #64 birth date unknown. Betsey died. she died from cause unknown.

She married John ! Frye Hunter 21 Dec 1817 in Concord, VT. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (John ! Frye Hunter #63.) (See John ! Frye Hunter for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Betsey ! Winchester Cheney: 1st successful American education magazine published,"The Academician" on February 7, 1818; Boston Academy of Music founded on January 8, 1833.

104. Jonathan !6 King #129 birth date unknown. Jonathan died. he died from cause unknown.

He married Jane ! (Tule) Tull date unknown. (Jane ! (Tule) Tull #130.)

Historical events during the life of Jonathan ! King: birth of Elizabeth Cady Stanton, early leader of women's rights movement on November 12, 1815.

Jonathan ! King and Jane ! (Tule) Tull had the following child:

105. Jane ! (Tule)6 Tull #130 birth date unknown. Jane died. she died from cause unknown.

She married Jonathan ! King date unknown. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Jonathan ! King #129.) (See Jonathan ! King for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Jane ! (Tule) Tull: birth of Elizabeth Cady Stanton, early leader of women's rights movement on November 12, 1815.

106. David ! P.6 Lake (Warner !7) #781 birth date unknown.

He married Ann ! Lindsey date unknown. (Ann ! Lindsey #782.)

Historical events during the life of David ! P. Lake: birth of James Merritt Ives, lithographer (of Currier & Ives fame) on March 5, 1824.

David ! P. Lake and Ann ! Lindsey had the following children:

114. Ann !6 Lindsey #782 birth date unknown.

She married David ! P. Lake date unknown. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (David ! P. Lake #781.) (See David ! P. Lake for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Ann ! Lindsey: birth of James Merritt Ives, lithographer (of Currier & Ives fame) on March 5, 1824.

115. Nicholas !6 Whitaker (XX !7) #1002 was born in Haywood, Lancashire, ENGLAND August 12, 1796. Nicholas died October 29, 1872 in Kenosha, WI, at 76 years of age. he died from cause unknown. His body was interred 1872 in Kenosha, WI at Green Ridge Cemetery in Blk 3 SW Divison.

He married Sarah ! Lord date unknown in ENGLAND. (Sarah ! Lord #1003.)

Historical events during the life of Nicholas ! Whitaker: birth of Franz Schubert, Austrian composer on January 31, 1797; 1st recorded bank robbery, took place in NYC on March 19, 1831; birth of Calvin Coolidge, 30th President (1923-1929) on July 4, 1872; Susan B. Anthony votes illegally on November 5, 1872.

Nicholas ! Whitaker and Sarah ! Lord had the following children:

123. Sarah !6 Lord (XX !7) #1003 was born in ENGLAND 1800. Sarah died August 19, 1872 in Kenosha, WI, at approximately 72 years of age. she died from cause unknown. Her body was interred 1872 in Kenosha, WI at Green Ridge Cemetery in Blk 3 SW Divison.

She married Nicholas ! Whitaker date unknown in ENGLAND. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Nicholas ! Whitaker #1002.) (See Nicholas ! Whitaker for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Sarah ! Lord: Congress convened for its 1st Washington, DC session on November 17, 1800; 1st recorded bank robbery, took place in NYC on March 19, 1831; birth of Calvin Coolidge, 30th President (1923-1929) on July 4, 1872; Phineas Fogg wagered he could travel around the world in 80 days on October 2, 1872.

124. Thomas !6 Bell #2145 birth date unknown.

He married XX ! XX date unknown. (XX ! XX #2146.)

Historical events during the life of Thomas ! Bell: 1st American built locomotive tried - the "Tom Thumb" on August 28, 1830.

Thomas ! Bell and XX ! XX had the following child:

125. XX !6 XX #2146 birth date unknown.

She married Thomas ! Bell date unknown. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Thomas ! Bell #2145.) (See Thomas ! Bell for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of XX ! XX: 1st American built locomotive tried - the "Tom Thumb" on August 28, 1830.

126. Isaac !6 Webster (Gideon !7, Isaac !8, John !9, Isaac !10, Thomas !11, Thomas !12) #626 was born in NH 1784. Isaac died 1860 at approximately 81 years of age. he died from cause unknown.

He married Abigail ! Gove Chase 1 Jan 1809 in Haverhill, MA. (Abigail ! Gove Chase #627.)

Historical events during the life of Isaac ! Webster: birth of Francis Scott Key, wrote the 'Star-Spangled Banner' on August 1, 1779; birth of Louis Braille, developed reading system for the blind on January 4, 1809; Illinois is admitted to the Union as the 21st state on December 3, 1818; birth of Lizzie Borden on July 19, 1860.

Isaac ! Webster and Abigail ! Gove Chase had the following children:

131. Abigail ! Gove6 Chase (William !7, Ezra !8, Jacob !9, John !10, Aquila ! (2)11, Aquila ! (1)12, Richard !13, Thomas !14) #627 was born in Haverhill, MA 2 May 1789. Abigail died April 1859 in Kenosha, WI, at approximately 69 years of age. she died from cause unknown.

She married Isaac ! Webster 1 Jan 1809 in Haverhill, MA. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Isaac ! Webster #626.) (See Isaac ! Webster for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Abigail ! Gove Chase: 1st Presidential Inaugural Ball on May 7, 1789; birth of Louis Braille, developed reading system for the blind on January 4, 1809; Illinois is admitted to the Union as the 21st state on December 3, 1818; Charles Dickens' "A Tale of Two Cities" is published on April 20, 1859.

132. Abner !6 Burbank (Eleazer ! 37, David !8, Eleazer ! 29, Eleazer ! 110, Caleb !11, John !12) #938 was born in Salem, MA 18 Jun 1805. Abner died 19 Jan 1874 in Harvard, IL, at 68 years of age. he died from cause unknown.

He married Elizabeth ! R. Badger October 24, 1827 in Deerfield, NH. (Elizabeth ! R. Badger #939.)

Historical events during the life of Abner ! Burbank: birth of Alexis de Toqueville on July 29, 1805; birth of Jules Verne, pioneered what later became science fiction on February 8, 1828; birth of Count Leo Tolstoy on September 9, 1828; 1st railroad 'timetable' is published on May 20, 1830; birth of James Whistler, mama's boy on July 10, 1834; Texas becomes a state on December 29, 1845; birth of Somerset Maugham, poet on January 25, 1874.

Abner ! Burbank and Elizabeth ! R. Badger had the following children:

138. Elizabeth ! R.6 Badger #939 was born in Deerfield, NH 02 Apr 1806. Elizabeth died 11 May 1869 in Harvard, IL, at 63 years of age. she died from cause unknown.

She married Abner ! Burbank October 24, 1827 in Deerfield, NH. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Abner ! Burbank #938.) (See Abner ! Burbank for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Elizabeth ! R. Badger: patent granted for the cider mill on April 5, 1806; birth of Jules Verne, pioneered what later became science fiction on February 8, 1828; birth of Count Leo Tolstoy on September 9, 1828; 1st railroad 'timetable' is published on May 20, 1830; birth of James Whistler, mama's boy on July 10, 1834; Texas becomes a state on December 29, 1845; National Womens Suffrage Assoc. founded on May 15, 1869.

139. Zadoc !6 Allen (Moses !7, Nathan ! "Alling"8, Samuel ! "Alling"9, John ! "Alling" (Sr.)10) #634 was born in Granville, MA 01 Sep 1772. Zadoc died 1837 in Granby, Oswego, NY, at 66 years of age. he died from cause unknown.

He married twice. He married Esther ! Blake January 10, 1799 in Whitestone, Oneida NY. (Esther ! Blake is #635.) Esther was born 24 Feb 1775 in Watertown, CT. She was the daughter of XX ! Blake and XX ! XX. Esther died 13 Feb 1820 in Granby, Oswego, NY, at 44 years of age. she died from quick consumption. He married Letitia "Letty" Summerville September 14, 1820 in Granby, Oswego, NY. (Letitia "Letty" Summerville is #2003.) Letitia died 08 Dec 1861 in Granby, Oswego, NY. she died from cause unknown.

Historical events during the life of Zadoc ! Allen: birth of William Henry Harrison, 9th President (March 4-April 4, 1841) on February 9, 1773; birth of Honore de Balzac, novelist on May 20, 1799; Library of Congress founded on April 24, 1800; birth of Victor Hugo, writer on February 26, 1802; birth of Alexis de Toqueville on July 29, 1805; birth of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow on November 27, 1807; birth of Edgar Allen Poe on January 19, 1809; birth of Charles Dickens on February 7, 1812; birth of Adolphe Sax, inventor of the Saxophone on November 4, 1814; Argentina gains its independence on July 9, 1816; birth of Friedrich Engels, social philosopher on September 28, 1820; birth of Fyodor Dostoyevsky, author, "Crime and Punishment" on November 11, 1821; birth of General George A. Custer on December 5, 1839.

Zadoc ! Allen and Letitia "Letty" Summerville had the following children:

Zadoc ! Allen and Esther ! Blake had the following children:

Zadoc ! Allen and Letitia "Letty" Summerville had the following children:

150. Esther !6 Blake (XX !7) #635 was born in Watertown, CT 24 Feb 1775. Esther died 13 Feb 1820 in Granby, Oswego, NY, at 44 years of age. she died from quick consumption.

She married Zadoc ! Allen January 10, 1799 in Whitestone, Oneida NY. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held First Presbyterian Church. (Zadoc ! Allen #634.) (See Zadoc ! Allen for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Esther ! Blake: Daniel Boone began blazing the "Wilderness Road" on March 10, 1775; birth of Honore de Balzac, novelist on May 20, 1799; Library of Congress founded on April 24, 1800; birth of Victor Hugo, writer on February 26, 1802; birth of Alexis de Toqueville on July 29, 1805; birth of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow on November 27, 1807; birth of Edgar Allen Poe on January 19, 1809; birth of Charles Dickens on February 7, 1812; birth of Adolphe Sax, inventor of the Saxophone on November 4, 1814; Argentina gains its independence on July 9, 1816; birth of Susan B. Anthony, feminist on February 15, 1820.

151. Samuel ! (Sr.)6 Hale (Abner ! (Jr.)7, Abner ! (Sr.)8, Joseph !9, Thomas ! (Jr.)10, Thomas ! (Sr.)11, XX !12) #822 was born in Winchendon, MA 11 Feb 1768. Samuel died 25 Aug 1842 in Kenosha, Racine, at 74 years of age. he died from cause unknown. His body was interred August 28, 1842 in Kenosha, WI at Green Ridge Cemetery in grave site unknown.

He married Hannah ! Munson 19 Feb 1798 in Paris (Whitestown), NY. (Hannah ! Munson #823.)

Historical events during the life of Samuel ! (Sr.) Hale: Benjamin Jackson begins manufacturing mustard in Philadelphia on February 15, 1768; Department of the Navy established on April 30, 1798; The death of George Washington at age 67 on December 14, 1799; patent granted for the apple parer on February 14, 1803; birth of Alexis de Toqueville on July 29, 1805; 1st servicable steamboat, the Cleremont, goes on 1st voyage on August 7, 1807; birth of Lord Alfred Tennyson, poet laureate of England on August 6, 1809; "Star Spangled Banner" sung in Baltimore for the 1st time on October 19, 1814; Florida is ceded to the US by Spain on February 22, 1819; Treaty of Nanking cedes Hong Kong to Great Britain on August 29, 1842.

Samuel ! (Sr.) Hale and Hannah ! Munson had the following children:

158. Hannah !6 Munson (Benjamin !7, Caleb ! (Jr.)8, Caleb ! (Sr.)9, Samuel !10, Thomas !11) #823 was born in Waterbury, CT 29 Oct 1777. Hannah died 25 Mar 1845 in Kenosha, WI, at 69 years of age. she died from cause unknown Home of daughter, Mary (NR Allen. Her body was interred March 26, 1849 in Kenosha, WI at Green Ridge Cemetery in grave site unknown.

She married Samuel ! (Sr.) Hale 19 Feb 1798 in Paris (Whitestown), NY. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held Father's home. (Samuel ! (Sr.) Hale #822.) (See Samuel ! (Sr.) Hale for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Hannah ! Munson: birth of US Navy on October 30, 1775; Department of the Navy established on April 30, 1798; The death of George Washington at age 67 on December 14, 1799; patent granted for the apple parer on February 14, 1803; birth of Alexis de Toqueville on July 29, 1805; 1st servicable steamboat, the Cleremont, goes on 1st voyage on August 7, 1807; birth of Lord Alfred Tennyson, poet laureate of England on August 6, 1809; "Star Spangled Banner" sung in Baltimore for the 1st time on October 19, 1814; Florida is ceded to the US by Spain on February 22, 1819; patent granted for the corrugated life boat on March 26, 1845; patent granted for the percussion rock drill on March 27, 1849.

Seventh Generation

159. Benjamin !7 Cushing (Matthew 4 !8, Matthew 3 !9, Matthew 2 !10, John !11, Matthew 1 !12, Peter !13, Thomas ! "Cushyn"14, John ! (Elder) "Cushyn or Cushyng"15, William ! "Cushyn"16, Thomas ! "Cussheyn or Cusshyn"17, William ! "Cussyn or Cusseyn"18, Galfridus "Cusyn"19) #211 was born in VT 23 Jun 1764. Benjamin died 18 Jun 1842 in VT, at 77 years of age. he died from cause unknown.

He married Sally !! Thurber 10 Oct 1793 in Putney, VT. (Sally !! Thurber #210.)

Historical events during the life of Benjamin ! Cushing: 1st medical school in the colonies was organized, later to become the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine on May 3, 1765; Eli Whitney gets a patent for the Cotton Gin on October 28, 1793; birth of Sylvester Graham, inventor of the Graham cracker on July 5, 1794; patent granted for the piano on May 27, 1796; 1st income tax imposed, in England on January 9, 1799; birth of Victor Hugo, writer on February 26, 1802; birth of Benjamin Disraeli, prime minister of England, novelist and poet on December 21, 1804; birth of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow on November 27, 1807; Lord Byron swims the Hellespont in 1 hr and 10 min on May 3, 1810; birth of Otto von Bismarck on April 1, 1815; birth of Ambrose Bierce on June 24, 1842.

Benjamin ! Cushing and Sally !! Thurber had the following children:

168. Sally !!7 Thurber (Barnabus ! (Sr.)8, Jonathan !9, James !10, John !11) #210 was born in Cumberland, RI 20 Apr 1775. Sally died 21 Feb 1843 in VT, at 67 years of age. she died from cause unknown.

She married Benjamin ! Cushing 10 Oct 1793 in Putney, VT. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Benjamin ! Cushing #211.) (See Benjamin ! Cushing for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Sally !! Thurber: Ethan Allen and the Green Mountain Boys capture fort Ticonderoga on May 10, 1775; Eli Whitney gets a patent for the Cotton Gin on October 28, 1793; birth of Sylvester Graham, inventor of the Graham cracker on July 5, 1794; patent granted for the piano on May 27, 1796; 1st income tax imposed, in England on January 9, 1799; birth of Victor Hugo, writer on February 26, 1802; birth of Benjamin Disraeli, prime minister of England, novelist and poet on December 21, 1804; birth of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow on November 27, 1807; Lord Byron swims the Hellespont in 1 hr and 10 min on May 3, 1810; birth of Otto von Bismarck on April 1, 1815; patent granted for the egg incubator on March 30, 1843.

169. Samuel !7 Pinkham #572 was born in Durham, NH 11 May 1760. Samuel died May 1830 in Stanstead, Quebec, CANADA, at approximately 70 years of age. he died from cause unknown #11, 9th Range of Stanstead.

He married Dorothea ! Redway 1783. (Dorothea ! Redway #573.)

Historical events during the life of Samuel ! Pinkham: King George III ascended the British throne on October 20, 1760; birth of John Heathcoat, invented lace-making machinery on August 7, 1783; 1st American balloon flight made on June 23, 1784; birth of Nicholas Biddle, made 2nd Bank of US 1st effective central bank on January 8, 1786; John Fitch's steamboat completes its tests, years before Fulton builds his steamboat on August 22, 1787; Washingtons move into the Presidential Mansion in NYC on April 23, 1789; birth of John Howard Payne, author of "Home, Sweet, Home" on June 9, 1791; the fugitive slave law is enacted on February 12, 1793; birth of John Keats on October 29, 1795; birth of Franz Schubert, Austrian composer on January 31, 1797; 1st income tax imposed, in England on January 9, 1799; birth of Dorothea Dix, social reformer on April 4, 1802; 1st railroad 'timetable' is published on May 20, 1830.

Samuel ! Pinkham and Dorothea ! Redway had the following children:

179. Dorothea !7 Redway #573 was born in Amesbury, MA. Dorothea died 10 Aug 1850 in Stanstead, Quebec, CANADA. she died from cause unknown at home.

She married Samuel ! Pinkham 1783. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Samuel ! Pinkham #572.) (See Samuel ! Pinkham for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Dorothea ! Redway: birth of John Heathcoat, invented lace-making machinery on August 7, 1783; 1st American balloon flight made on June 23, 1784; birth of Nicholas Biddle, made 2nd Bank of US 1st effective central bank on January 8, 1786; John Fitch's steamboat completes its tests, years before Fulton builds his steamboat on August 22, 1787; Washingtons move into the Presidential Mansion in NYC on April 23, 1789; birth of John Howard Payne, author of "Home, Sweet, Home" on June 9, 1791; the fugitive slave law is enacted on February 12, 1793; birth of John Keats on October 29, 1795; birth of Franz Schubert, Austrian composer on January 31, 1797; 1st income tax imposed, in England on January 9, 1799; birth of Dorothea Dix, social reformer on April 4, 1802; California becomes the 31st state on September 9, 1850.

180. Barnabas ! (Jr.)7 Thurber (Barnabus ! (Sr.)8, Jonathan !9, James !10, John !11) #68 was born in Wrentham, MA 14 Dec 1767. Barnabas died 5 Jul 1855 in Conneant, OH, at 87 years of age. he died from cause unknown.

He married twice. He married Ruth Franklin 14 Feb 1790 in Cumberland, RI. (Ruth Franklin is #202.) Ruth died in Putney, VT. she died from cause unknown. He married Rosanna ! Hicks AFTER 1794. (Rosanna ! Hicks is #69.) Rosanna was born 1775. She was the daughter of Peleg ! Hicks. Rosanna died 1 Aug 1851 in Conneant, OH, at approximately 76 years of age. she died from cause unknown.

Historical events during the life of Barnabas ! (Jr.) Thurber: Benjamin Jackson begins manufacturing mustard in Philadelphia on February 15, 1768; 1st U.S. Census was authorized by Congress on March 1, 1790; the fugitive slave law is enacted on February 12, 1793; Univ. of North Carolina opens on February 13, 1795; birth of Franz Schubert, Austrian composer on January 31, 1797; 1st income tax imposed, in England on January 9, 1799; Congress convened for its 1st Washington, DC session on November 17, 1800; birth of Victor Hugo, writer on February 26, 1802; Napoleon crowns himself Emperor of France on December 2, 1804; patent granted for carbon paper on October 7, 1806; birth of Jefferson Davis, President of Confederacy (1861-1865) on June 3, 1808; birth of Frederic Francois Chopin, composer on February 22, 1810; birth of Charles Dickens on February 7, 1812; patent granted for a cottonseed hulling machine on March 31, 1814; Battle of Waterloo on June 18, 1815; birth of Emily Bronte on July 30, 1818; end of the Crimean war on September 8, 1855.

Barnabas ! (Jr.) Thurber and Ruth Franklin had the following child:

Barnabas ! (Jr.) Thurber and Rosanna ! Hicks had the following children:

193. Rosanna !7 Hicks (Peleg !8) #69 was born 1775. Rosanna died 1 Aug 1851 in Conneant, OH, at approximately 76 years of age. she died from cause unknown.

She married Barnabas ! (Jr.) Thurber AFTER 1794. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Barnabas ! (Jr.) Thurber #68.) (See Barnabas ! (Jr.) Thurber for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Rosanna ! Hicks: Washington takes command of Continental Army at Cambridge, Mass on July 3, 1775; Univ. of North Carolina opens on February 13, 1795; birth of Franz Schubert, Austrian composer on January 31, 1797; 1st income tax imposed, in England on January 9, 1799; Congress convened for its 1st Washington, DC session on November 17, 1800; birth of Victor Hugo, writer on February 26, 1802; Napoleon crowns himself Emperor of France on December 2, 1804; patent granted for carbon paper on October 7, 1806; birth of Jefferson Davis, President of Confederacy (1861-1865) on June 3, 1808; birth of Frederic Francois Chopin, composer on February 22, 1810; birth of Charles Dickens on February 7, 1812; patent granted for a cottonseed hulling machine on March 31, 1814; Battle of Waterloo on June 18, 1815; birth of Emily Bronte on July 30, 1818; gold was discovered in Australia on August 9, 1851.

194. Zibe !^7 Tute (XX !8) #79 birth date unknown. Zibe died ABOUT Dec 1849 in VT. he died from cause unknown.

He married twice. He married Sarah Watson date unknown. (Sarah Watson is #81.) Sarah died. she died from cause unknown. He married Mary ! Garson date unknown. (Mary ! Garson is #80.) Mary died. she died from cause unknown.

Historical events during the life of Zibe !^ Tute: Library of Congress founded on April 24, 1800; birth of Herman Melville, whaler on August 1, 1819; birth of Henry Clay Frick, industrialist; worked for Carnegie on December 19, 1849.

Zibe !^ Tute and Mary ! Garson had the following child:

Zibe !^ Tute and Sarah Watson had the following child:

196. Mary !7 Garson #80 birth date unknown. Mary died. she died from cause unknown.

She married Zibe !^ Tute date unknown. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Zibe !^ Tute #79.) (See Zibe !^ Tute for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Mary ! Garson: Library of Congress founded on April 24, 1800.

197. Warner !7 Lake #1892 was born 07 May 1765.

He married Elizabeth ! Williams August 28, 1787. (Elizabeth ! Williams #1893.)

Historical events during the life of Warner ! Lake: Congress adopts the Bill of Rights on October 7, 1765; US Constitution is adopted on September 17, 1787; 1st US Presidential election on January 7, 1789; Congress passed a resolution ordering U.S. Mint be established on March 3, 1791; 1st recorded cabinet meeting on February 25, 1793; birth of John Keats on October 29, 1795; Congress created the US Marine Corps on July 11, 1798; birth of Charles Goodyear, invented vulcanization process for rubber on December 29, 1800; Ohio becomes a state on March 1, 1803; Female Charitable Society founded, 1st woman's club in US on November 17, 1805; birth of Kit Carson, Western scout on December 24, 1809.

Warner ! Lake and Elizabeth ! Williams had the following children:

207. Elizabeth !7 Williams #1893 was born 23 Jan 1765.

She married Warner ! Lake August 28, 1787. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Warner ! Lake #1892.) (See Warner ! Lake for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Elizabeth ! Williams: 1st medical school in the colonies was organized, later to become the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine on May 3, 1765; US Constitution is adopted on September 17, 1787; 1st US Presidential election on January 7, 1789; Congress passed a resolution ordering U.S. Mint be established on March 3, 1791; 1st recorded cabinet meeting on February 25, 1793; birth of John Keats on October 29, 1795; Congress created the US Marine Corps on July 11, 1798; birth of Charles Goodyear, invented vulcanization process for rubber on December 29, 1800; Ohio becomes a state on March 1, 1803; Female Charitable Society founded, 1st woman's club in US on November 17, 1805; birth of Kit Carson, Western scout on December 24, 1809.

208. XX !7 Whitaker #2140 birth date unknown.

He married XX ! XX date unknown in ENGLAND. (XX ! XX #2141.)

Historical events during the life of XX ! Whitaker: birth of Franz Schubert, Austrian composer on January 31, 1797.

XX ! Whitaker and XX ! XX had the following child:

209. XX !7 XX #2141 birth date unknown.

She married XX ! Whitaker date unknown in ENGLAND. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (XX ! Whitaker #2140.) (See XX ! Whitaker for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of XX ! XX: birth of Franz Schubert, Austrian composer on January 31, 1797.

210. XX !7 Lord #2138 birth date unknown.

He married XX ! XX date unknown. (XX ! XX #2139.)

Historical events during the life of XX ! Lord: Congress convened for its 1st Washington, DC session on November 17, 1800.

XX ! Lord and XX ! XX had the following child:

211. XX !7 XX #2139 birth date unknown.

She married XX ! Lord date unknown. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (XX ! Lord #2138.) (See XX ! Lord for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of XX ! XX: Congress convened for its 1st Washington, DC session on November 17, 1800.

212. Gideon !7 Webster (Isaac !8, John !9, Isaac !10, Thomas !11, Thomas !12) #911 was born 07 Jun 1756. Gideon died 04 Jun 1823 at 66 years of age. he died from cause unknown.

He married twice. He married Sarah ! Carter date unknown. (Sarah ! Carter is #912.) Sarah was born 1751. Sarah died 1813 at approximately 62 years of age. she died from cause unknown. He married Johanna XX date unknown. (Johanna XX is #913.) Johanna died. she died from cause unknown.

Historical events during the life of Gideon ! Webster: birth of John Loudon McAdam, created macadam road surface (asphalt) on September 21, 1756; birth of Francis Scott Key, wrote the 'Star-Spangled Banner' on August 1, 1779; the Articles of Confederation adopted by Continental Congress on March 1, 1781; birth of Davy Crockett, frontier king on August 17, 1786; John Stone patents the pile driver on March 10, 1791; George Washington lays the cornerstone for the Capital building on September 18, 1793; 1st adhesive US postage stamps went on sale on July 1, 1823.

Gideon ! Webster and Sarah ! Carter had the following children:

217. Sarah !7 Carter #912 was born 1751. Sarah died 1813 at approximately 62 years of age. she died from cause unknown.

She married Gideon ! Webster date unknown. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Gideon ! Webster #911.) (See Gideon ! Webster for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Sarah ! Carter: birth of Richard Brinsley (The School for Scandal) Sheridan, in Dublin on October 30, 1751; birth of Francis Scott Key, wrote the 'Star-Spangled Banner' on August 1, 1779; the Articles of Confederation adopted by Continental Congress on March 1, 1781; birth of Davy Crockett, frontier king on August 17, 1786; John Stone patents the pile driver on March 10, 1791; George Washington lays the cornerstone for the Capital building on September 18, 1793; the term "Uncle Sam" 1st appeared in the Troy Post on September 7, 1813.

218. William !7 Chase (Ezra !8, Jacob !9, John !10, Aquila ! (2)11, Aquila ! (1)12, Richard !13, Thomas !14) #628 was born in Haverhill, MA 12 Apr 1756. William died 9 Dec 1838 in Haverhill, MA, at 82 years of age. he died from cause unknown.

He married Abigail ! Gove 1 Oct 1783 in Kensington, NH. (Abigail ! Gove #629.)

Historical events during the life of William ! Chase: birth of John Trumbull, painter on June 6, 1756; patent granted for a self-winding clock on October 6, 1783; 1st daily newspaper in US begins publication in Pennsylvania on September 21, 1784; birth of Nicholas Biddle, made 2nd Bank of US 1st effective central bank on January 8, 1786; 1st Presidential Inaugural Ball on May 7, 1789; Congress establishes Coin denominations of United States on April 2, 1792; Louis Daguerre takes 1st photo of the moon on January 2, 1839.

William ! Chase and Abigail ! Gove had the following children:

222. Abigail !7 Gove (Nathaniel !8) #629 was born in Hampton Falls, NH 23 Sep 1761. Abigail died 29 Nov 1844 in Haverhill, MA, at 83 years of age. she died from paralysis.

She married William ! Chase 1 Oct 1783 in Kensington, NH. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (William ! Chase #628.) (See William ! Chase for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Abigail ! Gove: the Earl of Sandwich invented the sandwich on August 19, 1762; patent granted for a self-winding clock on October 6, 1783; 1st daily newspaper in US begins publication in Pennsylvania on September 21, 1784; birth of Nicholas Biddle, made 2nd Bank of US 1st effective central bank on January 8, 1786; 1st Presidential Inaugural Ball on May 7, 1789; Congress establishes Coin denominations of United States on April 2, 1792; Laughing gas first used for tooth extraction on December 11, 1844.

223. Eleazer ! 37 Burbank (David !8, Eleazer ! 29, Eleazer ! 110, Caleb !11, John !12) #935 was born in Brentwood, NH 19 Jul 1779. Eleazer died about 1824 in Washington, NC, at approximately 44 years of age. he died from cause unknown.

He married twice. He married Patience ! (or Polly) Webster 1800 in NH. (Patience ! (or Polly) Webster is #936.) Patience was born 24 Feb 1781 in NH. She was the daughter of Gideon ! Webster and Sarah ! Carter. Patience died 04 Mar 1806 in Salem, MA, at 25 years of age. she died from cause unknown. He married Eunice Perkins December 28, 1806 in Salem, MA. (Eunice Perkins is #1094.)

Historical events during the life of Eleazer ! 3 Burbank: birth of Francis Scott Key, wrote the 'Star-Spangled Banner' on August 1, 1779; Congress convened for its 1st Washington, DC session on November 17, 1800; birth of Ralph Waldo Emerson, philosopher on May 25, 1803; birth of Alexis de Toqueville on July 29, 1805; birth of Ezra Cornell, founded Western Union Telegraph & Cornell University on January 11, 1807; birth of Lucy Stone, pioneer in Woman's Rights on August 13, 1818; 1st public opinion poll conducted on July 24, 1824.

Eleazer ! 3 Burbank and Eunice Perkins had the following children:

Eleazer ! 3 Burbank and Patience ! (or Polly) Webster had the following children:

Eleazer ! 3 Burbank and Eunice Perkins had the following children:

213. Patience ! (or Polly)7 Webster (Gideon !7, Isaac !8, John !9, Isaac !10, Thomas !11, Thomas !12) #936 was born in NH 24 Feb 1781. Patience died 04 Mar 1806 in Salem, MA, at 25 years of age. she died from cause unknown.

She married Eleazer ! 3 Burbank 1800 in NH. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Eleazer ! 3 Burbank #935.) (See Eleazer ! 3 Burbank for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Patience ! (or Polly) Webster: the Articles of Confederation adopted by Continental Congress on March 1, 1781; Congress convened for its 1st Washington, DC session on November 17, 1800; birth of Ralph Waldo Emerson, philosopher on May 25, 1803; birth of Alexis de Toqueville on July 29, 1805; birth of Elizabeth Barrett Browning, poet on March 6, 1806.

227. Moses !7 Allen (Nathan ! "Alling"8, Samuel ! "Alling"9, John ! "Alling" (Sr.)10) #1737 was born in Mt. Carmel, CT 04 Dec 1741. Moses died. he died from cause unknown.

He married Elizabeth ! Gillet May 12, 1761 in Granville, MA. (Elizabeth ! Gillet #1756.)

Historical events during the life of Moses ! Allen: birth of John Fitch, had a working steamboat years before Fulton on January 21, 1743; the Earl of Sandwich invented the sandwich on August 19, 1762; St. Louis is founded as a French trading post on February 15, 1764; birth of John Dalton, developed the atomic theory of matter on September 6, 1766; advertisement for false teeth appears in the Boston Gazette, submitted by Paul Revere, Goldsmith on September 19, 1768; birth of William Clark, explored Pacific Northwest with Lewis on August 1, 1770; birth of William Henry Harrison, 9th President (March 4-April 4, 1841) on February 9, 1773; New Jersey granted women suffrage on July 2, 1776.

Moses ! Allen and Elizabeth ! Gillet had the following children:

234. Elizabeth !7 Gillet (Thomas !8, Samuel !9, John !10, Jonathan !11, William ! "Gyllett"12, XX ! "Gyllett"13) #1756 was born in Granville, MA 25 Apr 1745. Elizabeth died. she died from cause unknown.

She married Moses ! Allen May 12, 1761 in Granville, MA. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Moses ! Allen #1737.) (See Moses ! Allen for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Elizabeth ! Gillet: birth of Francisco Goya, painter on March 30, 1746; the Earl of Sandwich invented the sandwich on August 19, 1762; St. Louis is founded as a French trading post on February 15, 1764; birth of John Dalton, developed the atomic theory of matter on September 6, 1766; advertisement for false teeth appears in the Boston Gazette, submitted by Paul Revere, Goldsmith on September 19, 1768; birth of William Clark, explored Pacific Northwest with Lewis on August 1, 1770; birth of William Henry Harrison, 9th President (March 4-April 4, 1841) on February 9, 1773; New Jersey granted women suffrage on July 2, 1776.

235. XX !7 Blake #2007 birth date unknown.

He married XX ! XX date unknown. (XX ! XX #2008.)

Historical events during the life of XX ! Blake: Daniel Boone began blazing the "Wilderness Road" on March 10, 1775.

XX ! Blake and XX ! XX had the following children:

237. XX !7 XX #2008 birth date unknown.

She married XX ! Blake date unknown. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (XX ! Blake #2007.) (See XX ! Blake for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of XX ! XX: Daniel Boone began blazing the "Wilderness Road" on March 10, 1775.

238. Abner ! (Jr.)7 Hale (Abner ! (Sr.)8, Joseph !9, Thomas ! (Jr.)10, Thomas ! (Sr.)11, XX !12) #1227 was born July 22, 1737. Abner died 1812 in Paris (Whitestown), NY, at approximately 74 years of age. he died from cause unknown.

He married XX ! XX date unknown. (XX ! XX #1228.)

Historical events during the life of Abner ! (Jr.) Hale: birth of Ethan Allen, Revolutionary War fighter (lead the Green Mtn Boys) on January 10, 1738; Benjamin Jackson begins manufacturing mustard in Philadelphia on February 15, 1768; US forces led by Gen. Hull invade Canada (War of 1812) on July 12, 1812.

Abner ! (Jr.) Hale and XX ! XX had the following children:

242. XX !7 XX #1228 birth date unknown. XX died. she died from cause unknown.

She married Abner ! (Jr.) Hale date unknown. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Abner ! (Jr.) Hale #1227.) (See Abner ! (Jr.) Hale for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of XX ! XX: Benjamin Jackson begins manufacturing mustard in Philadelphia on February 15, 1768.

243. Benjamin !7 Munson (Caleb ! (Jr.)8, Caleb ! (Sr.)9, Samuel !10, Thomas !11) #883 was born 23 Aug 1744. Benjamin died 30 Apr 1842 at 97 years of age. he died from cause unknown.

He married Rosanna ! Smith 06 Jun 1775. (Rosanna ! Smith #884.)

Historical events during the life of Benjamin ! Munson: birth of Count Alessandro Giuseppe Antonio Anastasio Volta, invented the electric battery on February 18, 1745; US Army founded on June 14, 1775; birth of US Navy on October 30, 1775; birth of Sir Arthur Sullivan, of Gilbert & Sullivan fame on May 13, 1842.

Benjamin ! Munson and Rosanna ! Smith had the following child:

244. Rosanna !7 Smith #884 birth date unknown. Rosanna died 31 May 1811. she died from cause unknown.

She married twice. She married Benjamin ! Munson 06 Jun 1775. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Benjamin ! Munson is #883.) Benjamin was born 23 Aug 1744. He was the son of Caleb ! (Jr.) Munson and Abigail ! Brocket. Benjamin died 30 Apr 1842 at 97 years of age. he died from cause unknown. She married XX Burgess 1775. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (XX Burgess is #1262.)

Historical events during the life of Rosanna ! Smith: US Army founded on June 14, 1775; Washington takes command of Continental Army at Cambridge, Mass on July 3, 1775; birth of US Navy on October 30, 1775; birth of Harriet Beecher Stowe, authoress (Uncle Tom's Cabin) on June 14, 1811.

Eighth Generation

245. Matthew 4 !8 Cushing (Matthew 3 !9, Matthew 2 !10, John !11, Matthew 1 !12, Peter !13, Thomas ! "Cushyn"14, John ! (Elder) "Cushyn or Cushyng"15, William ! "Cushyn"16, Thomas ! "Cussheyn or Cusshyn"17, William ! "Cussyn or Cusseyn"18, Galfridus "Cusyn"19) #350 was born in Rehobath, MA 29 Jul 1730. Matthew died Dec 1813 in VT, at approximately 83 years of age. he died from cause unknown.

He married twice. He married Priscilla Smith BEFORE February, 1750 in Rehobath, MA. (Priscilla Smith is #356.) He married Abigail ! Titus 26 Oct 1751. (Abigail ! Titus is #689.)

Historical events during the life of Matthew 4 ! Cushing: birth of Baron Frederick von Steuben, made the Continental Army winners on September 17, 1730; birth of Stephen Girard, bailed out US bonds during the War of 1812 on May 20, 1750; visiting English Troupe presents "The Beggar's Opera" in NY on December 3, 1750; birth of Richard Brinsley (The School for Scandal) Sheridan, in Dublin on October 30, 1751; Ben Franklin took his kite out in a storm on June 15, 1752; 1st newspaper cartoon appears in America by Benjamin Franklin on May 9, 1754; birth of Marquis de Lafayette on September 6, 1757; 1st music store in America was opened in Philadelphia on December 13, 1759; the Earl of Sandwich invented the sandwich on August 19, 1762; 1st medical school in the colonies was organized, later to become the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine on May 3, 1765; birth of Andrew Jackson, 7th President (1828-1836) on March 15, 1767; patent granted for a cottonseed hulling machine on March 31, 1814.

Matthew 4 ! Cushing and Priscilla Smith had the following child:

Matthew 4 ! Cushing and Abigail ! Titus had the following children:

253. Abigail !8 Titus #689 birth date unknown.

She married Matthew 4 ! Cushing 26 Oct 1751. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Matthew 4 ! Cushing #350.) (See Matthew 4 ! Cushing for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Abigail ! Titus: birth of Richard Brinsley (The School for Scandal) Sheridan, in Dublin on October 30, 1751; Ben Franklin took his kite out in a storm on June 15, 1752; 1st newspaper cartoon appears in America by Benjamin Franklin on May 9, 1754; birth of Marquis de Lafayette on September 6, 1757; 1st music store in America was opened in Philadelphia on December 13, 1759; the Earl of Sandwich invented the sandwich on August 19, 1762; 1st medical school in the colonies was organized, later to become the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine on May 3, 1765; birth of Andrew Jackson, 7th President (1828-1836) on March 15, 1767.

254. Barnabus ! (Sr.)8 Thurber (Jonathan !9, James !10, John !11) #200 was born in Rehobath, MA 24 Jul 1739. Barnabus died Sep 1827 at approximately 88 years of age. he died from cause unknown.

He married Thankful ! Grant 18 Mar 1762 in Wrentham, MA. (Thankful ! Grant #201.)

Historical events during the life of Barnabus ! (Sr.) Thurber: birth of Marquis de Sade on June 2, 1740; the Earl of Sandwich invented the sandwich on August 19, 1762; birth of Charles Bullfinch, 1st US professional architect on August 8, 1763; Congress adopts the Bill of Rights on October 7, 1765; Benjamin Jackson begins manufacturing mustard in Philadelphia on February 15, 1768; birth of William Clark, explored Pacific Northwest with Lewis on August 1, 1770; Burning of the Gaspee, British revenue cutter by Rhode Islanders on June 10, 1772; Ethan Allen and the Green Mountain Boys capture fort Ticonderoga on May 10, 1775; birth of Henry Clay, 'The Great Compromiser' on April 12, 1777; Oliver Pollock, a New Orleans Businessman, creates the "$" on April 1, 1778; birth of Jules Verne, pioneered what later became science fiction on February 8, 1828.

Barnabus ! (Sr.) Thurber and Thankful ! Grant had the following children:

262. Thankful !8 Grant (Moses !9) #201 was born in Wrentham, MA 7 Aug 1739. Thankful died 10 Dec 1807 at 68 years of age. she died from cause unknown.

She married Barnabus ! (Sr.) Thurber 18 Mar 1762 in Wrentham, MA. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Barnabus ! (Sr.) Thurber #200.) (See Barnabus ! (Sr.) Thurber for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Thankful ! Grant: birth of Marquis de Sade on June 2, 1740; the Earl of Sandwich invented the sandwich on August 19, 1762; birth of Charles Bullfinch, 1st US professional architect on August 8, 1763; Congress adopts the Bill of Rights on October 7, 1765; Benjamin Jackson begins manufacturing mustard in Philadelphia on February 15, 1768; birth of William Clark, explored Pacific Northwest with Lewis on August 1, 1770; Burning of the Gaspee, British revenue cutter by Rhode Islanders on June 10, 1772; Ethan Allen and the Green Mountain Boys capture fort Ticonderoga on May 10, 1775; birth of Henry Clay, 'The Great Compromiser' on April 12, 1777; Oliver Pollock, a New Orleans Businessman, creates the "$" on April 1, 1778; importation of slaves to the US prohibited on January 1, 1808.

263. Peleg !8 Hicks #814 birth date unknown.

Historical events during the life of Peleg ! Hicks: Washington takes command of Continental Army at Cambridge, Mass on July 3, 1775.

Peleg ! Hicks had the following child:

264. XX !8 Tute #609 birth date unknown. XX died. he died from cause unknown.

He married XX ! XX date unknown. (XX ! XX #610.)

XX ! Tute and XX ! XX had the following children:

266. XX !8 XX #610 birth date unknown. XX died. she died from cause unknown.

She married XX ! Tute date unknown. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (XX ! Tute #609.) (See XX ! Tute for the children resulting from this marriage.)

267. Isaac !8 Webster (John !9, Isaac !10, Thomas !11, Thomas !12) #1515 was born about 23 Apr 1727.

He married Sarah ! Downing December 29, 1747. (Sarah ! Downing #1516.)

Historical events during the life of Isaac ! Webster: birth of Thomas Gainsborough, painter on May 14, 1727; birth of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, social philosopher on August 28, 1749; birth of Stephen Girard, bailed out US bonds during the War of 1812 on May 20, 1750; 1st US fire insurance policy is issued, in Philadelphia on May 11, 1752; birth of Nathan Hale, had but one life to give for his country on June 6, 1755; birth of John Loudon McAdam, created macadam road surface (asphalt) on September 21, 1756; the Earl of Sandwich invented the sandwich on August 19, 1762; 1st medical school in the colonies was organized, later to become the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine on May 3, 1765; birth of John Dalton, developed the atomic theory of matter on September 6, 1766; birth of Napoleon Bonaparte, resident of Elba on August 15, 1769; Burning of the Gaspee, British revenue cutter by Rhode Islanders on June 10, 1772; Big Tea Party in Boston Harbor. Indians welcome on December 16, 1773.

Isaac ! Webster and Sarah ! Downing had the following children:

279. Sarah !8 Downing #1516 birth date unknown. Sarah died. she died from cause unknown.

She married Isaac ! Webster December 29, 1747. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Isaac ! Webster #1515.) (See Isaac ! Webster for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Sarah ! Downing: birth of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, social philosopher on August 28, 1749; birth of Stephen Girard, bailed out US bonds during the War of 1812 on May 20, 1750; 1st US fire insurance policy is issued, in Philadelphia on May 11, 1752; birth of Nathan Hale, had but one life to give for his country on June 6, 1755; birth of John Loudon McAdam, created macadam road surface (asphalt) on September 21, 1756; the Earl of Sandwich invented the sandwich on August 19, 1762; 1st medical school in the colonies was organized, later to become the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine on May 3, 1765; birth of John Dalton, developed the atomic theory of matter on September 6, 1766; birth of Napoleon Bonaparte, resident of Elba on August 15, 1769; Burning of the Gaspee, British revenue cutter by Rhode Islanders on June 10, 1772; Big Tea Party in Boston Harbor. Indians welcome on December 16, 1773.

280. Ezra !8 Chase (Jacob !9, John !10, Aquila ! (2)11, Aquila ! (1)12, Richard !13, Thomas !14) #630 was born in Newbury, MA 9 Jul 1717. Ezra died 03 Mar 1792 in Haverhill, MA, at 74 years of age. he died from cause unknown. His body was interred March 6,1793 in Haverhill, MA at Greenwood Cemetery in grave site unknown.

He married Judith ! Davis December 2, 1740 in Haverhill, MA. (Judith ! Davis #631.)

Historical events during the life of Ezra ! Chase: youngest full professor hired at Marischal College, Scotland - age 19 on September 30, 1717; birth of Benedict Arnold, fink on January 14, 1741; Handel finishes composing "the Messiah" on September 14, 1741; birth of Elbridge Gerry, father of the "gerrymander" on July 17, 1744; birth of Francisco Goya, painter on March 30, 1746; birth of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, social philosopher on August 28, 1749; birth of Betsy Ross, seamstress on January 1, 1752; 1st newspaper cartoon appears in America by Benjamin Franklin on May 9, 1754; birth of John Trumbull, painter on June 6, 1756; Congress establishes Coin denominations of United States on April 2, 1792; patent granted for a stove on June 11, 1793.

Ezra ! Chase and Judith ! Davis had the following children:

288. Judith !8 Davis (William !9) #631 was born in Haverhill, MA 12 Mar 1721/22. Judith died 28 Feb 1808 in Haverhill, MA, at 86 years of age. she died from cause unknown.

She married Ezra ! Chase December 2, 1740 in Haverhill, MA. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Ezra ! Chase #630.) (See Ezra ! Chase for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Judith ! Davis: birth of John Hanson, 1st US President under the Articles of Confederation on April 13, 1721; birth of Benedict Arnold, fink on January 14, 1741; Handel finishes composing "the Messiah" on September 14, 1741; birth of Elbridge Gerry, father of the "gerrymander" on July 17, 1744; birth of Francisco Goya, painter on March 30, 1746; birth of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, social philosopher on August 28, 1749; birth of Betsy Ross, seamstress on January 1, 1752; 1st newspaper cartoon appears in America by Benjamin Franklin on May 9, 1754; birth of John Trumbull, painter on June 6, 1756; birth of Jefferson Davis, President of Confederacy (1861-1865) on June 3, 1808.

289. Nathaniel !8 Gove #1119 birth date unknown. Nathaniel died. he died from cause unknown.

He married Susanna ! Stickney date unknown. (Susanna ! Stickney #1120.)

Historical events during the life of Nathaniel ! Gove: the Earl of Sandwich invented the sandwich on August 19, 1762.

Nathaniel ! Gove and Susanna ! Stickney had the following child:

290. Susanna !8 Stickney #1120 birth date unknown. Susanna died. she died from cause unknown.

She married Nathaniel ! Gove date unknown. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Nathaniel ! Gove #1119.) (See Nathaniel ! Gove for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Susanna ! Stickney: the Earl of Sandwich invented the sandwich on August 19, 1762.

291. David !8 Burbank (Eleazer ! 29, Eleazer ! 110, Caleb !11, John !12) #1097 was born in Rowley, MA 13 Aug 1750. David died 1840 in Deerfield, NH, at approximately 89 years of age. he died from cause unknown.

He married Hannah ! Johnson December 30, 1775 in Brentwood, NH. (Hannah ! Johnson #1098.)

Historical events during the life of David ! Burbank: visiting English Troupe presents "The Beggar's Opera" in NY on December 3, 1750; "Common Sense" by Thomas Paine is published on January 10, 1776; British army burns Kingston, NY on October 16, 1777; birth of Francis Scott Key, wrote the 'Star-Spangled Banner' on August 1, 1779; birth of John C. Calhoun, statesman on March 18, 1782; 1st American balloon flight made on June 23, 1784; birth of Sir Samuel Cunard, founded 1st regular Atlantic steamship line on November 21, 1787; birth of Thomas Nast, political cartoonist of late 1800s America on September 27, 1840.

David ! Burbank and Hannah ! Johnson had the following children:

296. Hannah !8 Johnson #1098 was born in Brentwood, NH 02 Nov 1746. Hannah died. she died from cause unknown.

She married David ! Burbank December 30, 1775 in Brentwood, NH. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (David ! Burbank #1097.) (See David ! Burbank for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Hannah ! Johnson: birth of John Paul Jones, "I have not yet begun to fight" on July 6, 1747; "Common Sense" by Thomas Paine is published on January 10, 1776; British army burns Kingston, NY on October 16, 1777; birth of Francis Scott Key, wrote the 'Star-Spangled Banner' on August 1, 1779; birth of John C. Calhoun, statesman on March 18, 1782; 1st American balloon flight made on June 23, 1784; birth of Sir Samuel Cunard, founded 1st regular Atlantic steamship line on November 21, 1787.

297. Nathan ! "Alling"8 Allen (Samuel ! "Alling"9, John ! "Alling" (Sr.)10) #1763 was born in New Haven, CT 08 Mar 1696. Nathan died 24 Oct 1774 in Hamden, CT, at 78 years of age. he died from cause unknown.

He married Hannah ! Todd Jan 3, 1723 in CT. (Hannah ! Todd #1764.)

Historical events during the life of Nathan ! "Alling" Allen: Captain Kidd hanged in London for piracy and murder on May 23, 1701; birth of Adam Smith, economist on June 5, 1723; birth of Immanuel Kant on April 22, 1724; birth of Thomas Gainsborough, painter on May 14, 1727; Edinburgh Music Society founded on March 29, 1728; birth of Antonio Soler, famed late 18th century Spanish composer on December 3, 1729; birth of George Washington, Father figure for US, President (1789-1796) on February 22, 1732; birth of Patrick Henry on May 28, 1736; birth of Marquis de Sade on June 2, 1740; birth of John Fitch, had a working steamboat years before Fulton on January 21, 1743; birth of Francisco Goya, painter on March 30, 1746; Daniel Boone began blazing the "Wilderness Road" on March 10, 1775.

Nathan ! "Alling" Allen and Hannah ! Todd had the following children:

306. Hannah !8 Todd (Michael !9) #1764 was born 20 Feb 1702. Hannah died 26 Oct 1771 at 69 years of age. she died from cause unknown.

She married Nathan ! "Alling" Allen Jan 3, 1723 in CT. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Nathan ! "Alling" Allen #1763.) (See Nathan ! "Alling" Allen for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Hannah ! Todd: 1st regular daily newspaper published in Boston on April 24, 1704; birth of Adam Smith, economist on June 5, 1723; birth of Immanuel Kant on April 22, 1724; birth of Thomas Gainsborough, painter on May 14, 1727; Edinburgh Music Society founded on March 29, 1728; birth of Antonio Soler, famed late 18th century Spanish composer on December 3, 1729; birth of George Washington, Father figure for US, President (1789-1796) on February 22, 1732; birth of Patrick Henry on May 28, 1736; birth of Marquis de Sade on June 2, 1740; birth of John Fitch, had a working steamboat years before Fulton on January 21, 1743; birth of Francisco Goya, painter on March 30, 1746; birth of Aloys Senefelder, inventor of lithography on November 6, 1771.

307. Thomas !8 Gillet (Samuel !9, John !10, Jonathan !11, William ! "Gyllett"12, XX ! "Gyllett"13) #1796 was born in Suffield, CT 16 Apr 1711. Thomas died 10 Apr 1791 in Granville, MA, at 79 years of age. he died from cause unknown.

He married Elizabeth ! Barlow June 12, 1744. (Elizabeth ! Barlow #1797.)

Historical events during the life of Thomas ! Gillet: birth of Jean Jacques Rousseau, social contractor on June 28, 1712; birth of Elbridge Gerry, father of the "gerrymander" on July 17, 1744; birth of Francisco Goya, painter on March 30, 1746; birth of Francis P. Blair, helped found the Republican Party on April 12, 1791.

Thomas ! Gillet and Elizabeth ! Barlow had the following child:

308. Elizabeth !8 Barlow (James !9, James ! (Sr.)10) #1797 was born 20 Apr 1719. Elizabeth died 03 Jan 1806 in Granville, MA, at 86 years of age. she died from cause unknown.

She married Thomas ! Gillet June 12, 1744. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Thomas ! Gillet #1796.) (See Thomas ! Gillet for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Elizabeth ! Barlow: birth of John Hanson, 1st US President under the Articles of Confederation on April 13, 1721; birth of Elbridge Gerry, father of the "gerrymander" on July 17, 1744; birth of Francisco Goya, painter on March 30, 1746; 1st birth to take place at the White House, James Madison Randolph, to the daughter of Thomas Jefferson on January 17, 1806.

309. Abner ! (Sr.)8 Hale (Joseph !9, Thomas ! (Jr.)10, Thomas ! (Sr.)11, XX !12) #1232 was born 01 Aug 1706. Abner died 23 Aug 1765 at 59 years of age. he died from cause unknown.

He married three times. He married Ruth ! Perkins 1734. (Ruth ! Perkins is #1233.) He married Keziah Smith about 1738. (Keziah Smith is #1324.) Keziah died 08 Sep 1762. she died from cause unknown. He married Eunice Smith 1763. (Eunice Smith is #1341.) Eunice died 02 Apr 1777. she died from cause unknown.

Historical events during the life of Abner ! (Sr.) Hale: birth of Leonhard Euler, mathematician on April 15, 1707; birth of Daniel Boone, American frontiersman, explorer and militia officer on November 2, 1734; birth of Ethan Allen, Revolutionary War fighter (lead the Green Mtn Boys) on January 10, 1738; birth of Benjamin West, painter on October 10, 1738; birth of Marquis de Sade on June 2, 1740; birth of John Fitch, had a working steamboat years before Fulton on January 21, 1743; birth of Count Alessandro Giuseppe Antonio Anastasio Volta, invented the electric battery on February 18, 1745; birth of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, social philosopher on August 28, 1749; birth of Stephen Girard, bailed out US bonds during the War of 1812 on May 20, 1750; Ben Franklin took his kite out in a storm on June 15, 1752; birth of Alexander Hamilton, the 1st Secretary of the US Treasury on January 11, 1755; birth of Marquis de Lafayette on September 6, 1757; birth of Charles Bullfinch, 1st US professional architect on August 8, 1763; Congress adopts the Bill of Rights on October 7, 1765.

Abner ! (Sr.) Hale and Ruth ! Perkins had the following children:

Abner ! (Sr.) Hale and Eunice Smith had the following child:

Abner ! (Sr.) Hale and Ruth ! Perkins had the following children:

Abner ! (Sr.) Hale and Keziah Smith had the following children:

320. Ruth !8 Perkins #1233 birth date unknown.

She married Abner ! (Sr.) Hale 1734. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Abner ! (Sr.) Hale #1232.) (See Abner ! (Sr.) Hale for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Ruth ! Perkins: birth of Daniel Boone, American frontiersman, explorer and militia officer on November 2, 1734; birth of Ethan Allen, Revolutionary War fighter (lead the Green Mtn Boys) on January 10, 1738.

321. Caleb ! (Jr.)8 Munson (Caleb ! (Sr.)9, Samuel !10, Thomas !11) #885 was born Aug 1709. Caleb died 25 Jul 1747 at approximately 37 years of age. he died from cause unknown.

He married Abigail ! Brocket 23 Apr 1735. (Abigail ! Brocket #886.)

Historical events during the life of Caleb ! (Jr.) Munson: birth of Samuel Johnson, Boswell's tour guide on September 18, 1709; birth of John Adams, 2nd President (1797-1801) in Braintree, MA on October 30, 1735; birth of Count Alessandro Giuseppe Antonio Anastasio Volta, invented the electric battery on February 18, 1745; birth of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, social philosopher on August 28, 1749.

Caleb ! (Jr.) Munson and Abigail ! Brocket had the following child:

322. Abigail !8 Brocket #886 was born 11 Feb 1711. Abigail died 17 Nov 1800 at 89 years of age. she died from cause unknown.

She married Caleb ! (Jr.) Munson 23 Apr 1735. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Caleb ! (Jr.) Munson #885.) (See Caleb ! (Jr.) Munson for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Abigail ! Brocket: birth of Jean Jacques Rousseau, social contractor on June 28, 1712; birth of John Adams, 2nd President (1797-1801) in Braintree, MA on October 30, 1735; birth of Count Alessandro Giuseppe Antonio Anastasio Volta, invented the electric battery on February 18, 1745; Congress convened for its 1st Washington, DC session on November 17, 1800.

Ninth Generation

323. Matthew 3 !9 Cushing (Matthew 2 !10, John !11, Matthew 1 !12, Peter !13, Thomas ! "Cushyn"14, John ! (Elder) "Cushyn or Cushyng"15, William ! "Cushyn"16, Thomas ! "Cussheyn or Cusshyn"17, William ! "Cussyn or Cusseyn"18, Galfridus "Cusyn"19) #358 was born in Hingham, MA 22 May 1698. Matthew died in Rehobath, MA. he died from cause unknown.

He married Mary ! Leavitt 28 Oct 1717. (Mary ! Leavitt #359.)

Historical events during the life of Matthew 3 ! Cushing: Captain Kidd hanged in London for piracy and murder on May 23, 1701; New Orleans founded on August 25, 1718; birth of Baron Frederick von Steuben, made the Continental Army winners on September 17, 1730.

Matthew 3 ! Cushing and Mary ! Leavitt had the following child:

324. Mary !9 Leavitt (Josiah !10) #359 was born 7 Oct 1699.

She married Matthew 3 ! Cushing 28 Oct 1717. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Matthew 3 ! Cushing #358.) (See Matthew 3 ! Cushing for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Mary ! Leavitt: Captain Kidd hanged in London for piracy and murder on May 23, 1701; New Orleans founded on August 25, 1718; birth of Baron Frederick von Steuben, made the Continental Army winners on September 17, 1730.

325. Jonathan !9 Thurber (James !10, John !11) #217 was born in Rehobath, MA 26 Mar 1695. Jonathan died 1746 in Richmond, NH, at approximately 51 years of age. he died from cause unknown.

He married Mehittabell ! Bullock ABOUT 1 Mar 1723/24. (Mehittabell ! Bullock #218.)

Historical events during the life of Jonathan ! Thurber: Captain Kidd hanged in London for piracy and murder on May 23, 1701; birth of Adam Smith, economist on June 5, 1723; birth of Marquis de Sade on June 2, 1740; College of New Jersey (now Princeton) was chartered on October 22, 1746.

Jonathan ! Thurber and Mehittabell ! Bullock had the following child:

326. Mehittabell !9 Bullock #218 was born 1 Apr 1701. Mehittabell died 1746 in Richmond, NH, at approximately 45 years of age. she died from cause unknown.

She married Jonathan ! Thurber ABOUT 1 Mar 1723/24. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Jonathan ! Thurber #217.) (See Jonathan ! Thurber for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Mehittabell ! Bullock: Captain Kidd hanged in London for piracy and murder on May 23, 1701; birth of Adam Smith, economist on June 5, 1723; birth of Marquis de Sade on June 2, 1740; College of New Jersey (now Princeton) was chartered on October 22, 1746.

327. Moses !9 Grant #481 birth date unknown. Moses died. he died from cause unknown.

He married Thankful ! MacIntire date unknown. (Thankful ! MacIntire #482.)

Historical events during the life of Moses ! Grant: birth of Marquis de Sade on June 2, 1740.

Moses ! Grant and Thankful ! MacIntire had the following child:

328. Thankful !9 MacIntire #482 birth date unknown. Thankful died. she died from cause unknown.

She married Moses ! Grant date unknown. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Moses ! Grant #481.) (See Moses ! Grant for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Thankful ! MacIntire: birth of Marquis de Sade on June 2, 1740.

329. John !9 Webster (Isaac !10, Thomas !11, Thomas !12) #1529 was born 27 Jun 1697. John died before 27 Dec 1769 at approximately 72 years of age. he died from cause unknown.

He married Sarah ! Stuart December 1, 1719. (Sarah ! Stuart #1530.)

Historical events during the life of John ! Webster: Captain Kidd hanged in London for piracy and murder on May 23, 1701; birth of John Hanson, 1st US President under the Articles of Confederation on April 13, 1721; birth of Thomas Gainsborough, painter on May 14, 1727; birth of Captain James Cook, discovered the Sandwich Islands on October 27, 1728; birth of Baron Frederick von Steuben, made the Continental Army winners on September 17, 1730; Boston Massacre on March 5, 1770.

John ! Webster and Sarah ! Stuart had the following children:

334. Sarah !9 Stuart (Ebenezer !10) #1530 birth date unknown.

She married John ! Webster December 1, 1719. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (John ! Webster #1529.) (See John ! Webster for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Sarah ! Stuart: birth of John Hanson, 1st US President under the Articles of Confederation on April 13, 1721; birth of Thomas Gainsborough, painter on May 14, 1727; birth of Captain James Cook, discovered the Sandwich Islands on October 27, 1728; birth of Baron Frederick von Steuben, made the Continental Army winners on September 17, 1730.

335. Jacob !9 Chase (John !10, Aquila ! (2)11, Aquila ! (1)12, Richard !13, Thomas !14) #893 was born in Newbury, MA about 1693. Jacob died 11 Sep 1754 in Haverhill, MA, at approximately 61 years of age. he died from cause unknown.

He married Joanna ! Davis 24 Aug 1716 East Haverhill, MA. (Joanna ! Davis #894.)

Historical events during the life of Jacob ! Chase: Champagne is invented by Dom Perignon on August 4, 1693; 1st lighthouse in US built, in Boston on September 6, 1716; youngest full professor hired at Marischal College, Scotland - age 19 on September 30, 1717; birth of John Hanson, 1st US President under the Articles of Confederation on April 13, 1721; birth of Samuel Adams, revolutionary rabble rouser on September 27, 1722; birth of Adam Smith, economist on June 5, 1723; birth of Casanova, lover on April 2, 1725; birth of Thomas Gainsborough, painter on May 14, 1727; birth of Catherine the Great of Russia on May 2, 1729; birth of Alexander Hamilton, the 1st Secretary of the US Treasury on January 11, 1755.

Jacob ! Chase and Joanna ! Davis had the following children:

342. Joanna !9 Davis (James ! (Jr.)10) #894 birth date unknown. Joanna died. she died from cause unknown.

She married Jacob ! Chase 24 Aug 1716 East Haverhill, MA. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Jacob ! Chase #893.) (See Jacob ! Chase for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Joanna ! Davis: 1st lighthouse in US built, in Boston on September 6, 1716; youngest full professor hired at Marischal College, Scotland - age 19 on September 30, 1717; birth of John Hanson, 1st US President under the Articles of Confederation on April 13, 1721; birth of Samuel Adams, revolutionary rabble rouser on September 27, 1722; birth of Adam Smith, economist on June 5, 1723; birth of Casanova, lover on April 2, 1725; birth of Thomas Gainsborough, painter on May 14, 1727; birth of Catherine the Great of Russia on May 2, 1729.

343. William !9 Davis #1129 birth date unknown. William died. he died from cause unknown.

Historical events during the life of William ! Davis: birth of John Hanson, 1st US President under the Articles of Confederation on April 13, 1721.

William ! Davis and Mary ! Kelley had the following child:

344. Mary !9 Kelley #1130 birth date unknown. Mary died. she died from cause unknown.

Historical events during the life of Mary ! Kelley: birth of John Hanson, 1st US President under the Articles of Confederation on April 13, 1721.

345. Eleazer ! 29 Burbank (Eleazer ! 110, Caleb !11, John !12) #1173 was born in Bradford, MA 23 Feb 1708. Eleazer died. he died from cause unknown.

He married twice. He married Hannah Rolf date unknown. (Hannah Rolf is #1175.) He married Mercy ! Bailey April 18, 1735 in MA. (Mercy ! Bailey is #1174.)

Historical events during the life of Eleazer ! 2 Burbank: birth of Albrecht von Haller, the father of experimental physiology on October 16, 1708; birth of George Washington, Father figure for US, President (1789-1796) on February 22, 1732; birth of Daniel Boone, American frontiersman, explorer and militia officer on November 2, 1734; birth of John Adams, 2nd President (1797-1801) in Braintree, MA on October 30, 1735; birth of Patrick Henry on May 28, 1736; birth of Marquis de Sade on June 2, 1740; birth of Francisco Goya, painter on March 30, 1746; birth of Stephen Girard, bailed out US bonds during the War of 1812 on May 20, 1750; visiting English Troupe presents "The Beggar's Opera" in NY on December 3, 1750.

Eleazer ! 2 Burbank and Mercy ! Bailey had the following children:

Eleazer ! 2 Burbank and Hannah Rolf had the following children:

Eleazer ! 2 Burbank and Mercy ! Bailey had the following children:

356. Mercy !9 Bailey #1174 birth date unknown.

She married Eleazer ! 2 Burbank April 18, 1735 in MA. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Eleazer ! 2 Burbank #1173.) (See Eleazer ! 2 Burbank for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Mercy ! Bailey: birth of John Adams, 2nd President (1797-1801) in Braintree, MA on October 30, 1735; birth of Patrick Henry on May 28, 1736; birth of Marquis de Sade on June 2, 1740; birth of Francisco Goya, painter on March 30, 1746; birth of Stephen Girard, bailed out US bonds during the War of 1812 on May 20, 1750; visiting English Troupe presents "The Beggar's Opera" in NY on December 3, 1750.

357. Samuel ! "Alling"9 Allen (John ! "Alling" (Sr.)10) #1781 was born in New Haven, CT 24 Mar 1670. Samuel died about 1744 in New Haven, CT, at approximately 74 years of age. he died from cause unknown.

He married XX ! XX date unknown. (XX ! XX #1782.)

Historical events during the life of Samuel ! "Alling" Allen: 1st American Indian became an ordained Christian preacher on August 22, 1670; Captain Kidd hanged in London for piracy and murder on May 23, 1701; 1st regular daily newspaper published in Boston on April 24, 1704; A statute, allowing a minister to divorce couples if he disapproved of the woman, was passed in Maryland on September 28, 1704; birth of Leonhard Euler, mathematician on April 15, 1707; birth of Jean Jacques Rousseau, social contractor on June 28, 1712; birth of Father Junipero Serra, who had a mission in California on November 24, 1713; birth of Elbridge Gerry, father of the "gerrymander" on July 17, 1744.

Samuel ! "Alling" Allen and XX ! XX had the following children:

365. XX !9 XX #1782 birth date unknown.

She married Samuel ! "Alling" Allen date unknown. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Samuel ! "Alling" Allen #1781.) (See Samuel ! "Alling" Allen for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of XX ! XX: Captain Kidd hanged in London for piracy and murder on May 23, 1701; 1st regular daily newspaper published in Boston on April 24, 1704; A statute, allowing a minister to divorce couples if he disapproved of the woman, was passed in Maryland on September 28, 1704; birth of Leonhard Euler, mathematician on April 15, 1707; birth of Jean Jacques Rousseau, social contractor on June 28, 1712; birth of Father Junipero Serra, who had a mission in California on November 24, 1713.

366. Michael !9 Todd #1771 birth date unknown. Michael died. he died from cause unknown.

He married Elizabeth ! Brown date unknown. (Elizabeth ! Brown #1772.)

Historical events during the life of Michael ! Todd: 1st regular daily newspaper published in Boston on April 24, 1704.

Michael ! Todd and Elizabeth ! Brown had the following child:

367. Elizabeth !9 Brown #1772 birth date unknown.

She married Michael ! Todd date unknown. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Michael ! Todd #1771.) (See Michael ! Todd for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Elizabeth ! Brown: 1st regular daily newspaper published in Boston on April 24, 1704.

368. Samuel !9 Gillet (John !10, Jonathan !11, William ! "Gyllett"12, XX ! "Gyllett"13) #1798 was born in Windsor, CT 16 Feb 1677. Samuel died 1739 in Granville, MA, at approximately 62 years of age. he died from cause unknown. His body was interred 1739 in Suffield, CT at cemetery unknown in grave site unknown.

He married Rebecca ! Bancroft January 22, 1701. (Rebecca ! Bancroft #1799.)

Historical events during the life of Samuel ! Gillet: John Bunyan's "Pilgrim's Progress" is published on February 18, 1678; Captain Kidd hanged in London for piracy and murder on May 23, 1701; birth of Jean Jacques Rousseau, social contractor on June 28, 1712; birth of Marquis de Sade on June 2, 1740.

Samuel ! Gillet and Rebecca ! Bancroft had the following child:

369. Rebecca !9 Bancroft (Thomas !10, John !11) #1799 was born in Springfield, MA 23 Feb 1680. Rebecca died. she died from cause unknown.

She married Samuel ! Gillet January 22, 1701. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Samuel ! Gillet #1798.) (See Samuel ! Gillet for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Rebecca ! Bancroft: birth of Georg Philipp Telemann, leading German late baroque composer on March 14, 1681; Captain Kidd hanged in London for piracy and murder on May 23, 1701; birth of Jean Jacques Rousseau, social contractor on June 28, 1712.

370. James !9 Barlow (James ! (Sr.)10) #1800 was born in Suffield, CT 27 Jan 1688. James died in Granville, MA. he died from cause unknown.

He married Mary ! Harmon date unknown. (Mary ! Harmon #1801.)

Historical events during the life of James ! Barlow: William and Mary proclaimed King and Queen of England on February 13, 1689; birth of John Hanson, 1st US President under the Articles of Confederation on April 13, 1721.

James ! Barlow and Mary ! Harmon had the following child:

371. Mary !9 Harmon (Nathaniel !10) #1801 was born in Suffield, CT 14 Jul 1692. Mary died 01 Jan 1752 in Granville, MA, at 59 years of age. she died from cause unknown.

She married James ! Barlow date unknown. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (James ! Barlow #1800.) (See James ! Barlow for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Mary ! Harmon: the last 8 witches were hanged in Salem, Mass. on September 22, 1692; birth of John Hanson, 1st US President under the Articles of Confederation on April 13, 1721; birth of Betsy Ross, seamstress on January 1, 1752.

372. Joseph !9 Hale (Thomas ! (Jr.)10, Thomas ! (Sr.)11, XX !12) #1234 was born 20 Feb 1671. Joseph died 13 Feb 1761 at 89 years of age. he died from cause unknown.

He married XX ! XX date unknown. (XX ! XX #1235.)

Historical events during the life of Joseph ! Hale: birth of Peter the Great on May 31, 1672; birth of Leonhard Euler, mathematician on April 15, 1707; the Earl of Sandwich invented the sandwich on August 19, 1762.

Joseph ! Hale and XX ! XX had the following child:

373. XX !9 XX #1235 birth date unknown. XX died. she died from cause unknown.

She married Joseph ! Hale date unknown. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Joseph ! Hale #1234.) (See Joseph ! Hale for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of XX ! XX: birth of Leonhard Euler, mathematician on April 15, 1707.

374. Caleb ! (Sr.)9 Munson (Samuel !10, Thomas !11) #887 was born 19 Nov 1682. Caleb died 23 Aug 1765 at 82 years of age. he died from cause unknown.

He married Elizabeth ! Hermon 26 Mar 1706. (Elizabeth ! Hermon #888.)

Historical events during the life of Caleb ! (Sr.) Munson: William Penn signs a peace treaty with the indians on June 23, 1683; birth of Leonhard Euler, mathematician on April 15, 1707; birth of Samuel Johnson, Boswell's tour guide on September 18, 1709; Congress adopts the Bill of Rights on October 7, 1765.

Caleb ! (Sr.) Munson and Elizabeth ! Hermon had the following child:

375. Elizabeth !9 Hermon #888 birth date unknown. Elizabeth died 11 Feb 1739. she died from cause unknown.

She married Caleb ! (Sr.) Munson 26 Mar 1706. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Caleb ! (Sr.) Munson #887.) (See Caleb ! (Sr.) Munson for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Elizabeth ! Hermon: birth of Leonhard Euler, mathematician on April 15, 1707; birth of Samuel Johnson, Boswell's tour guide on September 18, 1709; birth of Marquis de Sade on June 2, 1740.

Tenth Generation

376. Matthew 2 !10 Cushing (John !11, Matthew 1 !12, Peter !13, Thomas ! "Cushyn"14, John ! (Elder) "Cushyn or Cushyng"15, William ! "Cushyn"16, Thomas ! "Cussheyn or Cusshyn"17, William ! "Cussyn or Cusseyn"18, Galfridus "Cusyn"19) #362 was born in Scituate, MA Feb 1664/65. Matthew died 18 May 1715 in Hingham, MA, at approximately 51 years of age. he died from cause unknown.

He married Deborah ! Jacob 27 Dec 1694 in Hingham, MA. (Deborah ! Jacob #363.)

Historical events during the life of Matthew 2 ! Cushing: New Amsterdam renamed New York on September 8, 1664; Captain Kidd hanged in London for piracy and murder on May 23, 1701; 1st regular daily newspaper published in Boston on April 24, 1704; birth of Benjamin Franklin, kite flyer on January 17, 1706; birth of Albrecht von Haller, the father of experimental physiology on October 16, 1708; birth of Jean Jacques Rousseau, social contractor on June 28, 1712; 1st volume of the English translation of Homer's "Iliad" published on June 15, 1716.

Matthew 2 ! Cushing and Deborah ! Jacob had the following children:

384. Deborah !10 Jacob (John !11) #363 was born in Hingham, MA 8 May 1677. Deborah died 30 Nov 1755 at 78 years of age. she died from cause unknown.

She married twice. She married Matthew 2 ! Cushing 27 Dec 1694 in Hingham, MA. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Matthew 2 ! Cushing is #362.) Matthew was born Feb 1664/65 in Scituate, MA. He was the son of John ! Cushing and Sarah ! Hawke. Matthew died 18 May 1715 in Hingham, MA, at approximately 51 years of age. he died from cause unknown. She married Benjamin Loring 13 Sep 1726. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Benjamin Loring is #366.) Benjamin died. he died from cause unknown.

Historical events during the life of Deborah ! Jacob: John Bunyan's "Pilgrim's Progress" is published on February 18, 1678; Captain Kidd hanged in London for piracy and murder on May 23, 1701; 1st regular daily newspaper published in Boston on April 24, 1704; birth of Benjamin Franklin, kite flyer on January 17, 1706; birth of Albrecht von Haller, the father of experimental physiology on October 16, 1708; birth of Jean Jacques Rousseau, social contractor on June 28, 1712; 1st volume of the English translation of Homer's "Iliad" published on June 15, 1716; birth of Thomas Gainsborough, painter on May 14, 1727; birth of Wolfgang A. Mozart, musical prodigy on January 23, 1756.

385. Josiah !10 Leavitt #360 birth date unknown. Josiah died. he died from cause unknown.

He married Margaret ! Johnson date unknown. (Margaret ! Johnson #361.)

Historical events during the life of Josiah ! Leavitt: Captain Kidd hanged in London for piracy and murder on May 23, 1701.

Josiah ! Leavitt and Margaret ! Johnson had the following child:

386. Margaret !10 Johnson #361 birth date unknown. Margaret died. she died from cause unknown.

She married Josiah ! Leavitt date unknown. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Josiah ! Leavitt #360.) (See Josiah ! Leavitt for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Margaret ! Johnson: Captain Kidd hanged in London for piracy and murder on May 23, 1701.

387. James !10 Thurber (John !11) #219 was born in Stanton, Lincolnshire, ENGLAND 26 Aug 1660. James died 26 Mar 1736 in Rehobath, MA, at 75 years of age. he died from cause unknown.

He married Elizabeth ! Bliss date unknown. (Elizabeth ! Bliss #220.)

Historical events during the life of James ! Thurber: 1st "Punch and Judy" show ever recorded presented at Covent Garden on May 9, 1662; Captain Kidd hanged in London for piracy and murder on May 23, 1701; birth of Patrick Henry on May 28, 1736.

James ! Thurber and Elizabeth ! Bliss had the following child:

388. Elizabeth !10 Bliss #220 was born in Rehobath, MA 29 Jan 1656/57. Elizabeth died 19 Jul 1723 in Rehobath, MA, at 67 years of age. she died from cause unknown.

She married James ! Thurber date unknown. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (James ! Thurber #219.) (See James ! Thurber for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Elizabeth ! Bliss: history's 1st all-female jury convened on September 22, 1656; Captain Kidd hanged in London for piracy and murder on May 23, 1701; birth of Immanuel Kant on April 22, 1724.

389. Isaac !10 Webster (Thomas !11, Thomas !12) #1537 was born 20 Jul 1671. Isaac died 21 Feb 1718 in Kingston, NH, at 46 years of age. he died from cause unknown.

He married twice. He married Sarah Burnham date unknown. (Sarah Burnham is #1545.) Sarah died. she died from cause unknown. He married Mary ! Hutchins April 2, 1697. (Mary ! Hutchins is #1538.)

Historical events during the life of Isaac ! Webster: birth of Peter the Great on May 31, 1672; Captain Kidd hanged in London for piracy and murder on May 23, 1701; 1st regular daily newspaper published in Boston on April 24, 1704; birth of Benjamin Franklin, kite flyer on January 17, 1706; birth of Albrecht von Haller, the father of experimental physiology on October 16, 1708; birth of Jean Jacques Rousseau, social contractor on June 28, 1712; 1st volume of the English translation of Homer's "Iliad" published on June 15, 1716; Voltaire is imprisoned in the Bastille for writing subversive satire on May 16, 1717; New Orleans founded on August 25, 1718.

Isaac ! Webster and Mary ! Hutchins had the following children:

Isaac ! Webster and Sarah Burnham had the following children:

399. Mary !10 Hutchins #1538 birth date unknown.

She married Isaac ! Webster April 2, 1697. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Isaac ! Webster #1537.) (See Isaac ! Webster for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Mary ! Hutchins: Captain Kidd hanged in London for piracy and murder on May 23, 1701; 1st regular daily newspaper published in Boston on April 24, 1704; birth of Benjamin Franklin, kite flyer on January 17, 1706; birth of Albrecht von Haller, the father of experimental physiology on October 16, 1708; birth of Jean Jacques Rousseau, social contractor on June 28, 1712.

400. Ebenezer !10 Stuart #1531 birth date unknown.

Ebenezer ! Stuart and Elizabeth ! Johnson had the following child:

401. Elizabeth !10 Johnson #1532 birth date unknown.

402. John !10 Chase (Aquila ! (2)11, Aquila ! (1)12, Richard !13, Thomas !14) #895 was born West Newbury, MA 02 Nov 1655. John died 26 Feb 1740 in Newbury, MA, at 84 years of age. he died from cause unknown.

He married twice. He married Elizabeth Bingley May 23, 1677 in Newbury, MA. (Elizabeth Bingley is #896.) Elizabeth was born 24 Jun 1660 in Salisbury, MA. She was the daughter of William Bingley and Elizabeth Preston. Elizabeth died 1685 in Salisbury, MA, at approximately 25 years of age. she died from cause unknown. He married Lydia ! Challis December 21, 1687 in Salisbury, MA. (Lydia ! Challis is #897.) Lydia was born 31 May 1665 in Salisbury, MA. She was the daughter of Philip ! Challis and Mary ! Sargent. Lydia died. she died from cause unknown.

Historical events during the life of John ! Chase: history's 1st all-female jury convened on September 22, 1656; John Bunyan's "Pilgrim's Progress" is published on February 18, 1678; birth of Georg Philipp Telemann, leading German late baroque composer on March 14, 1681; William and Mary proclaimed King and Queen of England on February 13, 1689; Champagne is invented by Dom Perignon on August 4, 1693; birth of Jean Jacques Rousseau, social contractor on June 28, 1712; birth of Marquis de Sade on June 2, 1740.

John ! Chase and Lydia ! Challis had the following children:

John ! Chase and Elizabeth Bingley had the following children:

John ! Chase and Lydia ! Challis had the following children:

413. Lydia !10 Challis (Philip !11) #897 was born in Salisbury, MA 31 May 1665. Lydia died. she died from cause unknown.

She married John ! Chase December 21, 1687 in Salisbury, MA. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (John ! Chase #895.) (See John ! Chase for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Lydia ! Challis: Thomas Willett becomes 1st mayor of NYC on June 24, 1665; William and Mary proclaimed King and Queen of England on February 13, 1689; Champagne is invented by Dom Perignon on August 4, 1693; birth of Jean Jacques Rousseau, social contractor on June 28, 1712.

414. James ! (Jr.)10 Davis #1134 birth date unknown.

He married Sarah ! Wiggin date unknown. (Sarah ! Wiggin #1135.)

James ! (Jr.) Davis and Sarah ! Wiggin had the following child:

415. Sarah !10 Wiggin #1135 birth date unknown.

She married James ! (Jr.) Davis date unknown. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (James ! (Jr.) Davis #1134.) (See James ! (Jr.) Davis for the children resulting from this marriage.)

416. Eleazer ! 110 Burbank (Caleb !11, John !12) #1191 was born 14 Mar 1681. Eleazer died 14 Feb 1759 at 77 years of age. he died from cause unknown.

He married Lydia ! Gage date unknown. (Lydia ! Gage #1192.)

Historical events during the life of Eleazer ! 1 Burbank: birth of Georg Philipp Telemann, leading German late baroque composer on March 14, 1681; birth of Albrecht von Haller, the father of experimental physiology on October 16, 1708; birth of Jean Jacques Rousseau, social contractor on June 28, 1712; 1st volume of the English translation of Homer's "Iliad" published on June 15, 1716; birth of John Hanson, 1st US President under the Articles of Confederation on April 13, 1721; birth of Samuel Adams, revolutionary rabble rouser on September 27, 1722; birth of Casanova, lover on April 2, 1725; birth of Thomas Gainsborough, painter on May 14, 1727; Edinburgh Music Society founded on March 29, 1728; 1st music store in America was opened in Philadelphia on December 13, 1759.

Eleazer ! 1 Burbank and Lydia ! Gage had the following children:

427. Lydia !10 Gage (Daniel !11) #1192 was born 30 Jun 1684. Lydia died 1771 at approximately 87 years of age. she died from cause unknown.

She married Eleazer ! 1 Burbank date unknown. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Eleazer ! 1 Burbank #1191.) (See Eleazer ! 1 Burbank for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Lydia ! Gage: birth of George Frideric Handel, Baroque composer on February 23, 1685; birth of Albrecht von Haller, the father of experimental physiology on October 16, 1708; birth of Jean Jacques Rousseau, social contractor on June 28, 1712; 1st volume of the English translation of Homer's "Iliad" published on June 15, 1716; birth of John Hanson, 1st US President under the Articles of Confederation on April 13, 1721; birth of Samuel Adams, revolutionary rabble rouser on September 27, 1722; birth of Casanova, lover on April 2, 1725; birth of Thomas Gainsborough, painter on May 14, 1727; Edinburgh Music Society founded on March 29, 1728; birth of Aloys Senefelder, inventor of lithography on November 6, 1771.

428. John ! "Alling" (Sr.)10 Allen #1794 was born in ENGLAND. John died about 1690 in New Haven, CT. he died from cause unknown.

He married Elena ! Bradley October 14, 1652 in New Haven, CT. (Elena ! Bradley #1795.)

Historical events during the life of John ! "Alling" (Sr.) Allen: postage stamps 1st used in Paris on April 5, 1653; 1st toll bridge in the US erected on May 3, 1654; history's 1st all-female jury convened on September 22, 1656; Charles II becomes King of England on May 8, 1660; 1st "Punch and Judy" show ever recorded presented at Covent Garden on May 9, 1662; New Amsterdam renamed New York on September 8, 1664; 1st art exhibition held in Paris on April 9, 1667; 1st American Indian became an ordained Christian preacher on August 22, 1670; John Bunyan's "Pilgrim's Progress" is published on February 18, 1678; the last 8 witches were hanged in Salem, Mass. on September 22, 1692.

John ! "Alling" (Sr.) Allen and Elena ! Bradley had the following children:

436. Elena !10 Bradley #1795 birth date unknown. Elena died about 1700 in New Haven, CT. she died from cause unknown.

She married John ! "Alling" (Sr.) Allen October 14, 1652 in New Haven, CT. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (John ! "Alling" (Sr.) Allen #1794.) (See John ! "Alling" (Sr.) Allen for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Elena ! Bradley: postage stamps 1st used in Paris on April 5, 1653; 1st toll bridge in the US erected on May 3, 1654; history's 1st all-female jury convened on September 22, 1656; Charles II becomes King of England on May 8, 1660; 1st "Punch and Judy" show ever recorded presented at Covent Garden on May 9, 1662; New Amsterdam renamed New York on September 8, 1664; 1st art exhibition held in Paris on April 9, 1667; 1st American Indian became an ordained Christian preacher on August 22, 1670; John Bunyan's "Pilgrim's Progress" is published on February 18, 1678; Captain Kidd hanged in London for piracy and murder on May 23, 1701.

437. John !10 Gillet (Jonathan !11, William ! "Gyllett"12, XX ! "Gyllett"13) #1802 was born in Windsor, CT 05 Oct 1644. John died Nov 1682 in Simsbury, CT, at approximately 38 years of age. he died from cause unknown.

He married Mercy ! (Mary) Barber July 8, 1669 in Windsor, CT. (Mercy ! (Mary) Barber #1803.)

Historical events during the life of John ! Gillet: birth of William Penn, of sylvania on October 14, 1644; 1st American Indian became an ordained Christian preacher on August 22, 1670; John Bunyan's "Pilgrim's Progress" is published on February 18, 1678; William Penn signs a peace treaty with the indians on June 23, 1683.

John ! Gillet and Mercy ! (Mary) Barber had the following child:

438. Mercy ! (Mary)10 Barber (Thomas !11) #1803 was born in Windsor, CT 12 Oct 1651. Mercy died 31 Dec 1725 in Suffield, CT, at 74 years of age. she died from cause unknown.

She married twice. She married John ! Gillet July 8, 1669 in Windsor, CT. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (John ! Gillet is #1802.) John was born 05 Oct 1644 in Windsor, CT. He was the son of Jonathan ! Gillet and Mary ! "Dolbere" Dolbiar. John died Nov 1682 in Simsbury, CT, at approximately 38 years of age. he died from cause unknown. She married George Norton June 20, 1683 in Windsor, CT. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (George Norton is #1916.)

Historical events during the life of Mercy ! (Mary) Barber: Capetown established as a Dutch colony on April 7, 1652; 1st American Indian became an ordained Christian preacher on August 22, 1670; John Bunyan's "Pilgrim's Progress" is published on February 18, 1678; William Penn signs a peace treaty with the indians on June 23, 1683; birth of Thomas Gainsborough, painter on May 14, 1727.

439. Thomas !10 Bancroft (John !11) #1915 was born in Springfield, MA 08 Dec 1653. Thomas died 14 Dec 1684 in Enfield (Thompsonville), CT, at 31 years of age. he died from cause unknown.

He married Hannah ! Gardner date unknown in Hadley, MA. (Hannah ! Gardner #1926.)

Historical events during the life of Thomas ! Bancroft: 1st toll bridge in the US erected on May 3, 1654; birth of Georg Philipp Telemann, leading German late baroque composer on March 14, 1681; birth of George Frideric Handel, Baroque composer on February 23, 1685.

Thomas ! Bancroft and Hannah ! Gardner had the following child:

440. Hannah !10 Gardner (Samuel !11) #1926 birth date unknown. Hannah died. she died from cause unknown.

She married twice. She married Thomas ! Bancroft date unknown in Hadley, MA. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Thomas ! Bancroft is #1915.) Thomas was born 08 Dec 1653 in Springfield, MA. He was the son of John ! Bancroft and Jane ! XX. Thomas died 14 Dec 1684 in Enfield (Thompsonville), CT, at 31 years of age. he died from cause unknown. She married John Barber date unknown. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (John Barber is #1927.)

Historical events during the life of Hannah ! Gardner: birth of Georg Philipp Telemann, leading German late baroque composer on March 14, 1681.

441. James ! (Sr.)10 Barlow #1804 birth date unknown. James died March 16, 1689 in Suffield, CT. he died from cause unknown.

He married Sarah ! Huxley January 10, 1688. (Sarah ! Huxley #1805.)

Historical events during the life of James ! (Sr.) Barlow: William and Mary proclaimed King and Queen of England on February 13, 1689; the last 8 witches were hanged in Salem, Mass. on September 22, 1692.

James ! (Sr.) Barlow and Sarah ! Huxley had the following child:

442. Sarah !10 Huxley (Thomas !11) #1805 birth date unknown.

She married James ! (Sr.) Barlow January 10, 1688. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (James ! (Sr.) Barlow #1804.) (See James ! (Sr.) Barlow for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Sarah ! Huxley: William and Mary proclaimed King and Queen of England on February 13, 1689.

443. Nathaniel !10 Harmon #1806 birth date unknown.

He married Mary ! Skinner November 19, 1685. (Mary ! Skinner #1807.)

Historical events during the life of Nathaniel ! Harmon: birth of Gabriel Daniel Fahrenheit, invented the thermometer on May 24, 1686; the last 8 witches were hanged in Salem, Mass. on September 22, 1692.

Nathaniel ! Harmon and Mary ! Skinner had the following child:

444. Mary !10 Skinner (Joseph !11, John !12) #1807 was born in Windsor, CT 22 Sep 1667. Mary died. she died from cause unknown.

She married Nathaniel ! Harmon November 19, 1685. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Nathaniel ! Harmon #1806.) (See Nathaniel ! Harmon for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Mary ! Skinner: King Charles II tastes his 1st cranberries, brought from Cape Cod on October 24, 1667; birth of Gabriel Daniel Fahrenheit, invented the thermometer on May 24, 1686; the last 8 witches were hanged in Salem, Mass. on September 22, 1692.

445. Thomas ! (Jr.)10 Hale (Thomas ! (Sr.)11, XX !12) #1236 was born 1633. Thomas died 22 Oct 1688 at approximately 55 years of age. he died from cause unknown.

He married Sarah ! Northend 1655 in Newbury, MA. (Sarah ! Northend #1237.)

Historical events during the life of Thomas ! (Jr.) Hale: 1st Catholic colonists arrive and celebrate the 1st Mass on March 25, 1634; birth of Johann Christoph Denner, invented the clarinet on August 13, 1655; 1st police force in America established - called the "Rattle Watch" on August 12, 1658; birth of Hubert Gautier, engineer, wrote 1st book on bridge building on August 21, 1660; 1st "Punch and Judy" show ever recorded presented at Covent Garden on May 9, 1662; New Amsterdam renamed New York on September 8, 1664; the Great Fire of London - leaves 4/5ths of the city in ashes on September 2, 1666; birth of Francois Couperin, composer on November 10, 1668; birth of Peter the Great on May 31, 1672; John Bunyan's "Pilgrim's Progress" is published on February 18, 1678; William and Mary proclaimed King and Queen of England on February 13, 1689.

Thomas ! (Jr.) Hale and Sarah ! Northend had the following children:

453. Sarah !10 Northend #1237 birth date unknown.

She married Thomas ! (Jr.) Hale 1655 in Newbury, MA. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Thomas ! (Jr.) Hale #1236.) (See Thomas ! (Jr.) Hale for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Sarah ! Northend: birth of Johann Christoph Denner, invented the clarinet on August 13, 1655; 1st police force in America established - called the "Rattle Watch" on August 12, 1658; birth of Hubert Gautier, engineer, wrote 1st book on bridge building on August 21, 1660; 1st "Punch and Judy" show ever recorded presented at Covent Garden on May 9, 1662; New Amsterdam renamed New York on September 8, 1664; the Great Fire of London - leaves 4/5ths of the city in ashes on September 2, 1666; birth of Francois Couperin, composer on November 10, 1668; birth of Peter the Great on May 31, 1672; John Bunyan's "Pilgrim's Progress" is published on February 18, 1678.

454. Samuel !10 Munson (Thomas !11) #889 was born about 07 Aug 1643. Samuel died 1693 at approximately 49 years of age. he died from cause unknown.

He married Martha ! Bradley 26 Oct 1665. (Martha ! Bradley #890.)

Historical events during the life of Samuel ! Munson: 1st UFO sighting in America, by perplexed Pilgrims in Boston on January 18, 1644; the Great Fire of London - leaves 4/5ths of the city in ashes on September 2, 1666; William Penn signs a peace treaty with the indians on June 23, 1683; Champagne is invented by Dom Perignon on August 4, 1693.

Samuel ! Munson and Martha ! Bradley had the following child:

455. Martha !10 Bradley #890 birth date unknown. Martha died. she died from cause unknown.

She married Samuel ! Munson 26 Oct 1665. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Samuel ! Munson #889.) (See Samuel ! Munson for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Martha ! Bradley: the Great Fire of London - leaves 4/5ths of the city in ashes on September 2, 1666; William Penn signs a peace treaty with the indians on June 23, 1683.

Eleventh Generation

456. John !11 Cushing (Matthew 1 !12, Peter !13, Thomas ! "Cushyn"14, John ! (Elder) "Cushyn or Cushyng"15, William ! "Cushyn"16, Thomas ! "Cussheyn or Cusshyn"17, William ! "Cussyn or Cusseyn"18, Galfridus "Cusyn"19) #367 was born in Hingham, ENGLAND 1627. John died 31 Mar 1708 in Scituate, MA, at approximately 80 years of age. he died from cause unknown.

He married Sarah ! Hawke 20 Jan 1657/58 in Hingham, MA. (Sarah ! Hawke #368.)

Historical events during the life of John ! Cushing: Cambridge Agreement pledged. Massachusetts Bay Co. stockholders agreed to emigrate to New England on August 26, 1629; 1st police force in America established - called the "Rattle Watch" on August 12, 1658; New Amsterdam renamed New York on September 8, 1664; birth of Albrecht von Haller, the father of experimental physiology on October 16, 1708.

John ! Cushing and Sarah ! Hawke had the following child:

457. Sarah !11 Hawke (Matthew !12) #368 was born in Hingham, MA ABOUT 1 Aug 1641. Sarah died 9 Mar 1678/79 in Scituate, MA, at approximately 36 years of age. she died from cause unknown.

She married John ! Cushing 20 Jan 1657/58 in Hingham, MA. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (John ! Cushing #367.) (See John ! Cushing for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Sarah ! Hawke: Harvard holds its 1st commencement exercises on September 23, 1642; 1st police force in America established - called the "Rattle Watch" on August 12, 1658; New Amsterdam renamed New York on September 8, 1664; Lady Godiva takes a ride through Coventry on May 31, 1678.

458. John !11 Jacob #364 birth date unknown. John died. he died from cause unknown.

He married Mary ! Russell date unknown. (Mary ! Russell #365.)

Historical events during the life of John ! Jacob: New Amsterdam renamed New York on September 8, 1664; John Bunyan's "Pilgrim's Progress" is published on February 18, 1678.

John ! Jacob and Mary ! Russell had the following children:

460. Mary !11 Russell #365 birth date unknown. Mary died. she died from cause unknown.

She married John ! Jacob date unknown. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (John ! Jacob #364.) (See John ! Jacob for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Mary ! Russell: New Amsterdam renamed New York on September 8, 1664; John Bunyan's "Pilgrim's Progress" is published on February 18, 1678.

461. John !11 Thurber #221 was born in Stanton, Lincolnshire, ENGLAND 1625. John died 22 Feb 1704/05 in Swansea, MA, at approximately 78 years of age. he died from cause unknown. His body was interred 17 Dec 1705 at cemetery unknown in grave site unknown.

He married Priscilla ! XX date unknown. (Priscilla ! XX #222.)

Historical events during the life of John ! Thurber: Indians sell Manhattan Island for $24 in cloth and buttons on May 6, 1626; 1st "Punch and Judy" show ever recorded presented at Covent Garden on May 9, 1662; 1st regular daily newspaper published in Boston on April 24, 1704; birth of Benjamin Franklin, kite flyer on January 17, 1706.

John ! Thurber and Priscilla ! XX had the following child:

462. Priscilla !11 XX #222 was born in ENGLAND 1627. Priscilla died 1708 at approximately 81 years of age. she died from cause unknown.

She married John ! Thurber date unknown. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (John ! Thurber #221.) (See John ! Thurber for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Priscilla ! XX: Cambridge Agreement pledged. Massachusetts Bay Co. stockholders agreed to emigrate to New England on August 26, 1629; 1st "Punch and Judy" show ever recorded presented at Covent Garden on May 9, 1662; birth of Albrecht von Haller, the father of experimental physiology on October 16, 1708.

463. Thomas !11 Webster (Thomas !12) #1574 was born in Ormsby, Norfolk ENGLAND 20 Nov 1631. Thomas died 05 Jan 1715 Hampton, NH, at 83 years of age. he died from cause unknown.

He married Sarah ! Brewer November 2, 1657 Hampton, NH. (Sarah ! Brewer #1575.)

Historical events during the life of Thomas ! Webster: Massachusetts Bay Colony outlaws tobacco in public on October 3, 1632; 1st police force in America established - called the "Rattle Watch" on August 12, 1658; Charles II becomes King of England on May 8, 1660; New Amsterdam renamed New York on September 8, 1664; the Great Fire of London - leaves 4/5ths of the city in ashes on September 2, 1666; King Charles II tastes his 1st cranberries, brought from Cape Cod on October 24, 1667; birth of Peter the Great on May 31, 1672; John Bunyan's "Pilgrim's Progress" is published on February 18, 1678; birth of Georg Philipp Telemann, leading German late baroque composer on March 14, 1681; 1st volume of the English translation of Homer's "Iliad" published on June 15, 1716.

Thomas ! Webster and Sarah ! Brewer had the following children:

472. Sarah !11 Brewer (Thomas !12, Thomas !13) #1575 was born in Awliscombe, Devon ENGLAND. Sarah died. she died from cause unknown.

She married Thomas ! Webster November 2, 1657 Hampton, NH. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Thomas ! Webster #1574.) (See Thomas ! Webster for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Sarah ! Brewer: 1st police force in America established - called the "Rattle Watch" on August 12, 1658; Charles II becomes King of England on May 8, 1660; New Amsterdam renamed New York on September 8, 1664; the Great Fire of London - leaves 4/5ths of the city in ashes on September 2, 1666; King Charles II tastes his 1st cranberries, brought from Cape Cod on October 24, 1667; birth of Peter the Great on May 31, 1672; John Bunyan's "Pilgrim's Progress" is published on February 18, 1678; birth of Georg Philipp Telemann, leading German late baroque composer on March 14, 1681.

473. Aquila ! (2)11 Chase (Aquila ! (1)12, Richard !13, Thomas !14) #898 was born about 1618. Aquila died 27 Dec 1670 in Newbury, MA, at approximately 52 years of age. he died from cause unknown.

He married Anne ! Wheeler abt 1640 Hampton, NH. (Anne ! Wheeler #899.)

Historical events during the life of Aquila ! (2) Chase: birth of Virginia Dare, 1st child born in America of English parents on August 18, 1618; Harvard holds its 1st commencement exercises on September 23, 1642; 1st Lutheran church building in America was dedicated on September 4, 1645; 1st American compulsory school law was passed in Mass on November 11, 1647; birth of Elihu Yale on April 5, 1648; postage stamps 1st used in Paris on April 5, 1653; birth of Johann Christoph Denner, invented the clarinet on August 13, 1655; history's 1st all-female jury convened on September 22, 1656; birth of Peter the Great on May 31, 1672.

Aquila ! (2) Chase and Anne ! Wheeler had the following children:

479. Anne !11 Wheeler #899 birth date unknown. Anne died. she died from cause unknown.

She married Aquila ! (2) Chase abt 1640 Hampton, NH. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Aquila ! (2) Chase #898.) (See Aquila ! (2) Chase for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Anne ! Wheeler: Harvard holds its 1st commencement exercises on September 23, 1642; 1st Lutheran church building in America was dedicated on September 4, 1645; 1st American compulsory school law was passed in Mass on November 11, 1647; birth of Elihu Yale on April 5, 1648; postage stamps 1st used in Paris on April 5, 1653; birth of Johann Christoph Denner, invented the clarinet on August 13, 1655; history's 1st all-female jury convened on September 22, 1656.

480. Philip !11 Challis #1145 birth date unknown.

He married Mary ! Sargent date unknown. (Mary ! Sargent #1146.)

Historical events during the life of Philip ! Challis: Thomas Willett becomes 1st mayor of NYC on June 24, 1665.

Philip ! Challis and Mary ! Sargent had the following child:

481. Mary !11 Sargent #1146 birth date unknown.

She married Philip ! Challis date unknown. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Philip ! Challis #1145.) (See Philip ! Challis for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Mary ! Sargent: Thomas Willett becomes 1st mayor of NYC on June 24, 1665.

482. Caleb !11 Burbank (John !12) #1210 was born 19 May 1646. Caleb died about 1690 at approximately 44 years of age. he died from cause unknown.

He married Martha ! Smith May 6, 1669 in MA. (Martha ! Smith #1211.)

Historical events during the life of Caleb ! Burbank: birth of John Flamsteed, 1st astronomer royal of England on August 19, 1646; Captain Kidd, pirate, captured in Boston on July 6, 1669; birth of Georg Philipp Telemann, leading German late baroque composer on March 14, 1681; the last 8 witches were hanged in Salem, Mass. on September 22, 1692.

Caleb ! Burbank and Martha ! Smith had the following child:

483. Martha !11 Smith (Hugh !12) #1211 birth date unknown. Martha died. she died from cause unknown.

She married twice. She married John Hardy date unknown. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (John Hardy is #1213.) She married Caleb ! Burbank May 6, 1669 in MA. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Caleb ! Burbank is #1210.) Caleb was born 19 May 1646. He was the son of John ! Burbank and Jemima ! XX. Caleb died about 1690 at approximately 44 years of age. he died from cause unknown.

Historical events during the life of Martha ! Smith: Captain Kidd, pirate, captured in Boston on July 6, 1669; birth of Georg Philipp Telemann, leading German late baroque composer on March 14, 1681.

484. Daniel !11 Gage #1193 birth date unknown. Daniel died. he died from cause unknown.

He married Sarah ! Kimball date unknown. (Sarah ! Kimball #1194.)

Historical events during the life of Daniel ! Gage: birth of George Frideric Handel, Baroque composer on February 23, 1685.

Daniel ! Gage and Sarah ! Kimball had the following child:

485. Sarah !11 Kimball #1194 was born on an uncertain date of. Sarah died on an uncertain date of. she died from cause unknown.

She married Daniel ! Gage date unknown. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Daniel ! Gage #1193.) (See Daniel ! Gage for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Sarah ! Kimball: birth of George Frideric Handel, Baroque composer on February 23, 1685.

486. Jonathan !11 Gillet (William ! "Gyllett"12, XX ! "Gyllett"13) #1919 was born 1600. Jonathan died 23 Aug 1677 in Windsor, CT, at approximately 77 years of age. he died from cause unknown.

He married Mary ! "Dolbere" Dolbiar March 29, 1634 in Colyton, Devon ENGLAND. (Mary ! "Dolbere" Dolbiar #1920.)

Historical events during the life of Jonathan ! Gillet: Battle of Sekigahara, which established the Tokugawa clan as rulers of Japan (SHOGUN) until 1865 (basis of Clavell's novel) on October 20, 1600; Massachusetts passed a property tax law on May 14, 1634; birth of William Penn, of sylvania on October 14, 1644; John Bunyan's "Pilgrim's Progress" is published on February 18, 1678.

Jonathan ! Gillet and Mary ! "Dolbere" Dolbiar had the following child:

487. Mary ! "Dolbere"11 Dolbiar (Rochy ! (Rochee) "Dolbere"12) #1920 was born in Colyton, Devon ENGLAND 07 Jun 1607. Mary died 05 Jan 1685 in Windsor, CT, at 77 years of age. she died from cause unknown.

She married Jonathan ! Gillet March 29, 1634 in Colyton, Devon ENGLAND. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Jonathan ! Gillet #1919.) (See Jonathan ! Gillet for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Mary ! "Dolbere" Dolbiar: Quebec is founded on July 3, 1608; Massachusetts passed a property tax law on May 14, 1634; birth of William Penn, of sylvania on October 14, 1644; birth of George Frideric Handel, Baroque composer on February 23, 1685.

488. Thomas !11 Barber #1917 was born in Befordshire, ENGLAND 1615. Thomas died 10 Sep 1662 in Simsbury, CT, at approximately 47 years of age. he died from cause unknown.

He married Jane ! Coggins October 7, 1640. (Jane ! Coggins #1918.)

Historical events during the life of Thomas ! Barber: 1st penal colony in America established in Virginia on December 23, 1617; Harvard holds its 1st commencement exercises on September 23, 1642; Capetown established as a Dutch colony on April 7, 1652; New Amsterdam renamed New York on September 8, 1664.

Thomas ! Barber and Jane ! Coggins had the following child:

489. Jane !11 Coggins #1918 birth date unknown. Jane died 10 Sep 1662 in Simsbury, CT. she died from cause unknown.

She married Thomas ! Barber October 7, 1640. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Thomas ! Barber #1917.) (See Thomas ! Barber for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Jane ! Coggins: Harvard holds its 1st commencement exercises on September 23, 1642; Capetown established as a Dutch colony on April 7, 1652; New Amsterdam renamed New York on September 8, 1664.

490. John !11 Bancroft #1928 was born in ENGLAND. John died 1637 in Lynn, MA. he died from cause unknown.

He married Jane ! XX date unknown. (Jane ! XX #1929.)

Historical events during the life of John ! Bancroft: Anne Hutchinson banished from Massachusetts on August 30, 1637; 1st toll bridge in the US erected on May 3, 1654.

John ! Bancroft and Jane ! XX had the following child:

491. Jane !11 XX #1929 birth date unknown.

She married John ! Bancroft date unknown. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (John ! Bancroft #1928.) (See John ! Bancroft for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Jane ! XX: 1st toll bridge in the US erected on May 3, 1654.

492. Samuel !11 Gardner #1930 birth date unknown.

Samuel ! Gardner had the following child:

493. Thomas !11 Huxley #1931 birth date unknown.

He married Sarah ! Spencer date unknown. (Sarah ! Spencer #1932.)

Thomas ! Huxley and Sarah ! Spencer had the following child:

494. Sarah !11 Spencer (Thomas !12) #1932 birth date unknown.

She married Thomas ! Huxley date unknown. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Thomas ! Huxley #1931.) (See Thomas ! Huxley for the children resulting from this marriage.)

495. Joseph !11 Skinner (John !12) #1935 was born in Hartford, CT 1643. Joseph died. he died from cause unknown.

He married Mary ! Filley date unknown. (Mary ! Filley #1936.)

Historical events during the life of Joseph ! Skinner: 1st UFO sighting in America, by perplexed Pilgrims in Boston on January 18, 1644; King Charles II tastes his 1st cranberries, brought from Cape Cod on October 24, 1667; Captain Kidd, pirate, captured in Boston on July 6, 1669; John Bunyan's "Pilgrim's Progress" is published on February 18, 1678; the last 8 witches were hanged in Salem, Mass. on September 22, 1692.

Joseph ! Skinner and Mary ! Filley had the following children:

501. Mary !11 Filley (William !12) #1936 birth date unknown. Mary died 13 Apr 1711 in East Windsor, CT. she died from cause unknown.

She married Joseph ! Skinner date unknown. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Joseph ! Skinner #1935.) (See Joseph ! Skinner for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Mary ! Filley: King Charles II tastes his 1st cranberries, brought from Cape Cod on October 24, 1667; Captain Kidd, pirate, captured in Boston on July 6, 1669; John Bunyan's "Pilgrim's Progress" is published on February 18, 1678; the last 8 witches were hanged in Salem, Mass. on September 22, 1692; birth of Jean Jacques Rousseau, social contractor on June 28, 1712.

502. Thomas ! (Sr.)11 Hale (XX !12) #1238 was born in Kings Waldon, ENGLAND 1604. Thomas died 21 Dec 1682 in Newbury, MA, at approximately 78 years of age. he died from cause unknown.

He married Tamosin ! XX date unknown. (Tamosin ! XX #1239.)

Historical events during the life of Thomas ! (Sr.) Hale: Guy Fawkes tried to blow up King James I and the Parliament on November 5, 1605; 1st Catholic colonists arrive and celebrate the 1st Mass on March 25, 1634; Harvard University founded, first university in new Americas on October 28, 1636; William Penn signs a peace treaty with the indians on June 23, 1683.

Thomas ! (Sr.) Hale and Tamosin ! XX had the following children:

505. Tamosin !11 XX #1239 birth date unknown.

She married Thomas ! (Sr.) Hale date unknown. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Thomas ! (Sr.) Hale #1238.) (See Thomas ! (Sr.) Hale for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Tamosin ! XX: 1st Catholic colonists arrive and celebrate the 1st Mass on March 25, 1634; Harvard University founded, first university in new Americas on October 28, 1636.

506. Thomas !11 Munson #891 was born 1612. Thomas died 07 May 1685 at approximately 72 years of age. he died from cause unknown.

He married Joanna ! XX date unknown. (Joanna ! XX #892.)

Historical events during the life of Thomas ! Munson: Michael Romanov crowned Czar of Russia founding the Romanov dynasty on July 11, 1613; 1st UFO sighting in America, by perplexed Pilgrims in Boston on January 18, 1644; Edict of Nantes revoked, increasing Huguenot immigration to America on October 18, 1685.

Thomas ! Munson and Joanna ! XX had the following child:

507. Joanna !11 XX #892 was born 1610. Joanna died 13 Dec 1678 at approximately 68 years of age. she died from cause unknown.

She married Thomas ! Munson date unknown. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Thomas ! Munson #891.) (See Thomas ! Munson for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Joanna ! XX: Michael Romanov crowned Czar of Russia founding the Romanov dynasty on July 11, 1613; 1st UFO sighting in America, by perplexed Pilgrims in Boston on January 18, 1644; birth of Georg Philipp Telemann, leading German late baroque composer on March 14, 1681.

Twelfth Generation

508. Matthew 1 !12 Cushing (Peter !13, Thomas ! "Cushyn"14, John ! (Elder) "Cushyn or Cushyng"15, William ! "Cushyn"16, Thomas ! "Cussheyn or Cusshyn"17, William ! "Cussyn or Cusseyn"18, Galfridus "Cusyn"19) #371 was born in Hardingham, Norfolk Cty, ENGLAND ABOUT 2 Mar 1588/89. Matthew died 30 Sep 1660 in Hingham, MA, at approximately 72 years of age. he died from cause unknown.

He married Nazareth ! Pitcher 1613 in Hingham, ENGLAND. (Nazareth ! Pitcher #372.)

Historical events during the life of Matthew 1 ! Cushing: birth of Thomas Hobbes, thought men are brutish on April 5, 1588; Michael Romanov crowned Czar of Russia founding the Romanov dynasty on July 11, 1613; the House of Burgesses in Virginia is formed. 1st elective governing body in a British colony on July 30, 1619; 1 widow and 11 maides are sent from London to Virginia to be sold to wife-seeking bachelors on August 21, 1621; birth of Blaise Pascal, philosopher, mathematician on June 19, 1623; Cambridge Agreement pledged. Massachusetts Bay Co. stockholders agreed to emigrate to New England on August 26, 1629; 1st "Punch and Judy" show ever recorded presented at Covent Garden on May 9, 1662.

Matthew 1 ! Cushing and Nazareth ! Pitcher had the following children:

513. Nazareth !12 Pitcher (Henry !13) #372 was born ABOUT 30 Oct 1586. Nazareth died 6 Jan 1681/82 in Hingham, MA, at approximately 94 years of age. she died from cause unknown.

She married Matthew 1 ! Cushing 1613 in Hingham, ENGLAND. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Matthew 1 ! Cushing #371.) (See Matthew 1 ! Cushing for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Nazareth ! Pitcher: Mary Queen of Scots is beheaded on February 8, 1587; Michael Romanov crowned Czar of Russia founding the Romanov dynasty on July 11, 1613; the House of Burgesses in Virginia is formed. 1st elective governing body in a British colony on July 30, 1619; 1 widow and 11 maides are sent from London to Virginia to be sold to wife-seeking bachelors on August 21, 1621; birth of Blaise Pascal, philosopher, mathematician on June 19, 1623; Cambridge Agreement pledged. Massachusetts Bay Co. stockholders agreed to emigrate to New England on August 26, 1629; birth of Georg Philipp Telemann, leading German late baroque composer on March 14, 1681.

514. Matthew !12 Hawke #369 birth date unknown. Matthew died. he died from cause unknown.

He married Margaret ! XX date unknown. (Margaret ! XX #370.)

Historical events during the life of Matthew ! Hawke: Harvard holds its 1st commencement exercises on September 23, 1642; birth of Johann Christoph Denner, invented the clarinet on August 13, 1655.

Matthew ! Hawke and Margaret ! XX had the following children:

516. Margaret !12 XX #370 birth date unknown. Margaret died. she died from cause unknown.

She married Matthew ! Hawke date unknown. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Matthew ! Hawke #369.) (See Matthew ! Hawke for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Margaret ! XX: Harvard holds its 1st commencement exercises on September 23, 1642; birth of Johann Christoph Denner, invented the clarinet on August 13, 1655.

517. Thomas !12 Webster #1614 was born in ENGLAND. Thomas died about 27 Apr 1634 in Ormsby, Norfolk ENGLAND. he died from cause unknown. His body was interred April 30, 1634 in Hebron, NH at cemetery unknown in grave site unknown.

He married Margery ! XX date unknown. (Margery ! XX #1615.)

Historical events during the life of Thomas ! Webster: Rev. John Eliot, 1st protestant minister in America, arrives in Boston and dedicates himself to conversion of the Indians on November 3, 1631; Massachusetts Bay Colony outlaws tobacco in public on October 3, 1632; Massachusetts passed a property tax law on May 14, 1634.

Thomas ! Webster and Margery ! XX had the following children:

520. Margery !12 XX #1615 was born in ENGLAND. Margery died 02 May 1687 in NH. she died from cause unknown.

She married three times. She married Thomas ! Webster date unknown. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Thomas ! Webster is #1614.) Thomas was born in ENGLAND. Thomas died about 27 Apr 1634 in Ormsby, Norfolk ENGLAND. he died from cause unknown. His body was interred April 30, 1634 in Hebron, NH at cemetery unknown in grave site unknown. She married William Godfrey date unknown. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (William Godfrey is #1616.) William died 25 Mar 1671. he died from cause unknown. She married John Merriman date unknown. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (John Merriman is #1617.)

Historical events during the life of Margery ! XX: Rev. John Eliot, 1st protestant minister in America, arrives in Boston and dedicates himself to conversion of the Indians on November 3, 1631; Massachusetts Bay Colony outlaws tobacco in public on October 3, 1632; William and Mary proclaimed King and Queen of England on February 13, 1689.

521. Thomas !12 Brewer (Thomas !13) #1576 was born in ENGLAND 1590. Thomas died. he died from cause unknown.

He married XX ! XX date unknown. (XX ! XX #1700.)

Historical events during the life of Thomas ! Brewer: birth of Izaak Walton, author of "The Compleat Angler" on August 9, 1593.

Thomas ! Brewer and XX ! XX had the following child:

522. XX !12 XX #1700 birth date unknown.

She married Thomas ! Brewer date unknown. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Thomas ! Brewer #1576.) (See Thomas ! Brewer for the children resulting from this marriage.)

523. Aquila ! (1)12 Chase (Richard !13, Thomas !14) #900 birth date unknown. Aquila died. he died from cause unknown.

He married XX ! XX date unknown. (XX ! XX #901.)

Historical events during the life of Aquila ! (1) Chase: birth of Virginia Dare, 1st child born in America of English parents on August 18, 1618.

Aquila ! (1) Chase and XX ! XX had the following child:

524. XX !12 XX #901 birth date unknown. XX died. she died from cause unknown.

She married Aquila ! (1) Chase date unknown. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Aquila ! (1) Chase #900.) (See Aquila ! (1) Chase for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of XX ! XX: birth of Virginia Dare, 1st child born in America of English parents on August 18, 1618.

525. John !12 Burbank #1214 was born about 1600. John died about 1682 at approximately 82 years of age. he died from cause unknown.

He married Jemima ! XX date unknown. (Jemima ! XX #1215.)

Historical events during the life of John ! Burbank: Battle of Sekigahara, which established the Tokugawa clan as rulers of Japan (SHOGUN) until 1865 (basis of Clavell's novel) on October 20, 1600; birth of William Penn, of sylvania on October 14, 1644; birth of John Flamsteed, 1st astronomer royal of England on August 19, 1646; Pennsylvania settled by Quakers under William Penn on October 29, 1682; William Penn signs a peace treaty with the indians on June 23, 1683.

John ! Burbank and Jemima ! XX had the following children:

527. Jemima !12 XX #1215 birth date unknown. Jemima died 24 Mar 1692. she died from cause unknown.

She married John ! Burbank date unknown. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (John ! Burbank #1214.) (See John ! Burbank for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Jemima ! XX: birth of William Penn, of sylvania on October 14, 1644; birth of John Flamsteed, 1st astronomer royal of England on August 19, 1646; the last 8 witches were hanged in Salem, Mass. on September 22, 1692.

528. Hugh !12 Smith #1212 birth date unknown.

Hugh ! Smith had the following child:

529. William ! "Gyllett"12 Gillet (XX ! "Gyllett"13) #1923 birth date unknown. William died 1641 in ENGLAND. he died from cause unknown.

Historical events during the life of William ! "Gyllett" Gillet: Battle of Sekigahara, which established the Tokugawa clan as rulers of Japan (SHOGUN) until 1865 (basis of Clavell's novel) on October 20, 1600; Harvard holds its 1st commencement exercises on September 23, 1642.

William ! "Gyllett" Gillet had the following children:

531. Rochy ! (Rochee) "Dolbere"12 Dolbiar #1921 birth date unknown. Rochy died. he died from cause unknown.

He married Mary ! (Marie) Mychell date unknown. (Mary ! (Marie) Mychell #1922.)

Historical events during the life of Rochy ! (Rochee) "Dolbere" Dolbiar: Quebec is founded on July 3, 1608.

Rochy ! (Rochee) "Dolbere" Dolbiar and Mary ! (Marie) Mychell had the following child:

532. Mary ! (Marie)12 Mychell #1922 birth date unknown.

She married Rochy ! (Rochee) "Dolbere" Dolbiar date unknown. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Rochy ! (Rochee) "Dolbere" Dolbiar #1921.) (See Rochy ! (Rochee) "Dolbere" Dolbiar for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Mary ! (Marie) Mychell: Quebec is founded on July 3, 1608.

533. Thomas !12 Spencer #1933 birth date unknown.

He married Sarah ! Barding date unknown. (Sarah ! Barding #1934.)

Thomas ! Spencer and Sarah ! Barding had the following child:

534. Sarah !12 Barding #1934 birth date unknown.

She married Thomas ! Spencer date unknown. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Thomas ! Spencer #1933.) (See Thomas ! Spencer for the children resulting from this marriage.)

535. John !12 Skinner #1938 birth date unknown. John died 1650 in Hartford, CT. he died from cause unknown.

He married Mary ! Loomis date unknown. (Mary ! Loomis #1939.)

Historical events during the life of John ! Skinner: Jonas Bronck becomes 1st settler in the Bronx on August 9, 1638; Jonas Bronck bought the Bronx from the Indians on December 3, 1639; Harvard holds its 1st commencement exercises on September 23, 1642; 1st UFO sighting in America, by perplexed Pilgrims in Boston on January 18, 1644; birth of John Flamsteed, 1st astronomer royal of England on August 19, 1646; Capetown established as a Dutch colony on April 7, 1652.

John ! Skinner and Mary ! Loomis had the following children:

540. Mary !12 Loomis (Joseph ! (Sr.)13) #1939 was born in Windsor, CT. Mary died 19 Aug 1680. she died from cause unknown.

She married twice. She married John ! Skinner date unknown. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (John ! Skinner is #1938.) John died 1650 in Hartford, CT. he died from cause unknown. She married Owen Tudor after 1650. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Owen Tudor is #1940.)

Historical events during the life of Mary ! Loomis: Jonas Bronck becomes 1st settler in the Bronx on August 9, 1638; Jonas Bronck bought the Bronx from the Indians on December 3, 1639; Harvard holds its 1st commencement exercises on September 23, 1642; 1st UFO sighting in America, by perplexed Pilgrims in Boston on January 18, 1644; birth of John Flamsteed, 1st astronomer royal of England on August 19, 1646; Capetown established as a Dutch colony on April 7, 1652; birth of Georg Philipp Telemann, leading German late baroque composer on March 14, 1681.

541. William !12 Filley #1937 birth date unknown.

William ! Filley had the following child:

542. XX !12 Hale #1240 birth date unknown. XX died. he died from cause unknown.

He married XX ! XX date unknown. (XX ! XX #1241.)

Historical events during the life of XX ! Hale: Guy Fawkes tried to blow up King James I and the Parliament on November 5, 1605.

XX ! Hale and XX ! XX had the following children:

544. XX !12 XX #1241 birth date unknown. XX died. she died from cause unknown.

She married XX ! Hale date unknown. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (XX ! Hale #1240.) (See XX ! Hale for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of XX ! XX: Guy Fawkes tried to blow up King James I and the Parliament on November 5, 1605.

Thirteenth Generation

545. Peter !13 Cushing (Thomas ! "Cushyn"14, John ! (Elder) "Cushyn or Cushyng"15, William ! "Cushyn"16, Thomas ! "Cussheyn or Cusshyn"17, William ! "Cussyn or Cusseyn"18, Galfridus "Cusyn"19) #375 was born in Hardingham, Norfolk Cty, ENGLAND ABOUT 1540. Peter died ABOUT 2 Mar 1614/15 in Hingham, ENGLAND, at approximately 74 years of age. he died from cause unknown. His body was interred 2 Mar 1614/15 in Hingham, ENGLAND at cemetery unknown in grave site unknown.

He married Susan ! Hawes 2 Jun 1583 in Hardingham, Norfolk Cty, ENGLAND. (Susan ! Hawes #376.)

Historical events during the life of Peter ! Cushing: Henry VIII married his 5th wife, Catherine Howard on August 8, 1540; potatos were introduced in Europe on July 28, 1586; birth of Thomas Hobbes, thought men are brutish on April 5, 1588; 1st water closet installed in a home in (appropriately) Bath, England on January 11, 1590; birth of Izaak Walton, author of "The Compleat Angler" on August 9, 1593; James I crowned King of England on July 25, 1603; Pocahontas marries John Rolfe on April 5, 1614; 1st penal colony in America established in Virginia on December 23, 1617.

Peter ! Cushing and Susan ! Hawes had the following children:

553. Susan !13 Hawes #376 was born in ENGLAND. Susan died ABOUT 26 Apr 1641 in Hingham, ENGLAND. she died from cause unknown. Her body was interred 26 Apr 1641 in Hingham, ENGLAND at cemetery unknown in grave site unknown.

She married Peter ! Cushing 2 Jun 1583 in Hardingham, Norfolk Cty, ENGLAND. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Peter ! Cushing #375.) (See Peter ! Cushing for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Susan ! Hawes: potatos were introduced in Europe on July 28, 1586; birth of Thomas Hobbes, thought men are brutish on April 5, 1588; 1st water closet installed in a home in (appropriately) Bath, England on January 11, 1590; birth of Izaak Walton, author of "The Compleat Angler" on August 9, 1593; James I crowned King of England on July 25, 1603; Harvard holds its 1st commencement exercises on September 23, 1642.

554. Henry !13 Pitcher #373 birth date unknown. Henry died. he died from cause unknown.

He married XX ! XX date unknown. (XX ! XX #374.)

Historical events during the life of Henry ! Pitcher: Mary Queen of Scots is beheaded on February 8, 1587.

Henry ! Pitcher and XX ! XX had the following child:

555. XX !13 XX #374 birth date unknown. XX died. she died from cause unknown.

She married Henry ! Pitcher date unknown. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Henry ! Pitcher #373.) (See Henry ! Pitcher for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of XX ! XX: Mary Queen of Scots is beheaded on February 8, 1587.

556. Thomas !13 Brewer #1701 birth date unknown.

He married Ann ! Maverick July 4, 1584 in ENGLAND. (Ann ! Maverick #1702.)

Historical events during the life of Thomas ! Brewer: potatos were introduced in Europe on July 28, 1586; birth of Izaak Walton, author of "The Compleat Angler" on August 9, 1593.

Thomas ! Brewer and Ann ! Maverick had the following child:

557. Ann !13 Maverick (Robert !14) #1702 was born in Awliscombe, Devon ENGLAND 19 Apr 1564. Ann died 1622 in ENGLAND, at approximately 58 years of age. she died from cause unknown.

She married Thomas ! Brewer July 4, 1584 in ENGLAND. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Thomas ! Brewer #1701.) (See Thomas ! Brewer for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Ann ! Maverick: birth of William Shakespeare, bard on April 23, 1564; potatos were introduced in Europe on July 28, 1586; birth of Izaak Walton, author of "The Compleat Angler" on August 9, 1593; the Spanish galleon `Atocha' sank off the coast of Florida - it had over $100 million worth of gold and silver aboard on September 6, 1622.

558. Richard !13 Chase (Thomas !14) #902 was born about 03 Aug 1542. Richard died. he died from cause unknown.

He married Joan ! Bishop Apr 1564. (Joan ! Bishop #903.)

Historical events during the life of Richard ! Chase: Cabrillo lands in San Diego on September 28, 1542; birth of William Shakespeare, bard on April 23, 1564.

Richard ! Chase and Joan ! Bishop had the following child:

559. Joan !13 Bishop #903 birth date unknown. Joan died. she died from cause unknown.

She married Richard ! Chase Apr 1564. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Richard ! Chase #902.) (See Richard ! Chase for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of Joan ! Bishop: birth of William Shakespeare, bard on April 23, 1564.

560. XX ! "Gyllett"13 Gillet #1925 birth date unknown.

XX ! "Gyllett" Gillet had the following children:

562. Joseph ! (Sr.)13 Loomis #1942 birth date unknown. Joseph died. he died from cause unknown.

He married XX ! XX date unknown. (XX ! XX #1944.)

Joseph ! (Sr.) Loomis and XX ! XX had the following children:

564. XX !13 XX #1944 birth date unknown.

She married Joseph ! (Sr.) Loomis date unknown. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Joseph ! (Sr.) Loomis #1942.) (See Joseph ! (Sr.) Loomis for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Fourteenth Generation

565. Thomas ! "Cushyn"14 Cushing (John ! (Elder) "Cushyn or Cushyng"15, William ! "Cushyn"16, Thomas ! "Cussheyn or Cusshyn"17, William ! "Cussyn or Cusseyn"18, Galfridus "Cusyn"19) #377 was born in Hardingham, Norfolk Cty, ENGLAND ABOUT 1500. Thomas died Apr 1558 in Hardingham, Norfolk Cty, ENGLAND, at approximately 57 years of age. he died from cause unknown.

He married twice. He married an unknown person date unknown. (an unknown person is #0.) He married XX ! XX date unknown. (XX ! XX is #1066.) XX died. she died from cause unknown.

Historical events during the life of Thomas ! "Cushyn" Cushing: Chris Columbus arrested in Haiti for mistreating the natives on August 23, 1500; Henry VIII married his 5th wife, Catherine Howard on August 8, 1540; birth of Galileo Galilei on February 15, 1564.

Thomas ! "Cushyn" Cushing and XX ! XX had the following child:

566. XX !14 XX #1066 birth date unknown. XX died. she died from cause unknown.

She married Thomas ! "Cushyn" Cushing date unknown. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Thomas ! "Cushyn" Cushing #377.) (See Thomas ! "Cushyn" Cushing for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of XX ! XX: Henry VIII married his 5th wife, Catherine Howard on August 8, 1540.

567. Robert !14 Maverick #1703 birth date unknown. Robert died 04 Nov 1573. he died from cause unknown.

He married XX ! XX date unknown in ENGLAND. (XX ! XX #1704.)

Historical events during the life of Robert ! Maverick: birth of William Shakespeare, bard on April 23, 1564; Titian died in Venice on August 27, 1576.

Robert ! Maverick and XX ! XX had the following child:

568. XX !14 XX #1704 birth date unknown.

She married Robert ! Maverick date unknown in ENGLAND. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Robert ! Maverick #1703.) (See Robert ! Maverick for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of XX ! XX: birth of William Shakespeare, bard on April 23, 1564.

569. Thomas !14 Chase #904 was born Hendrick Prsh, Chesham ENGLAND about 1515. Thomas died. he died from cause unknown.

He married XX ! XX date unknown. (XX ! XX #905.)

Historical events during the life of Thomas ! Chase: Martin Luther nails his 95 theses to the door of the Castle Church on October 31, 1517; Cabrillo lands in San Diego on September 28, 1542.

Thomas ! Chase and XX ! XX had the following child:

570. XX !14 XX #905 birth date unknown. XX died. she died from cause unknown.

She married Thomas ! Chase date unknown. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Thomas ! Chase #904.) (See Thomas ! Chase for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of XX ! XX: Cabrillo lands in San Diego on September 28, 1542.

Fifteenth Generation

571. John ! (Elder) "Cushyn or Cushyng"15 Cushing (William ! "Cushyn"16, Thomas ! "Cussheyn or Cusshyn"17, William ! "Cussyn or Cusseyn"18, Galfridus "Cusyn"19) #378 was born in Hingham, ENGLAND. John died in Hardingham, Norfolk Cty, ENGLAND. he died from cause unknown.

He married XX ! XX date unknown. (XX ! XX #705.)

Historical events during the life of John ! (Elder) "Cushyn or Cushyng" Cushing: Chris Columbus arrested in Haiti for mistreating the natives on August 23, 1500.

John ! (Elder) "Cushyn or Cushyng" Cushing and XX ! XX had the following children:

574. XX !15 XX #705 birth date unknown. XX died. she died from cause unknown.

She married John ! (Elder) "Cushyn or Cushyng" Cushing date unknown. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (John ! (Elder) "Cushyn or Cushyng" Cushing #378.) (See John ! (Elder) "Cushyn or Cushyng" Cushing for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of XX ! XX: Chris Columbus arrested in Haiti for mistreating the natives on August 23, 1500.

Sixteenth Generation

575. William ! "Cushyn"16 Cushing (Thomas ! "Cussheyn or Cusshyn"17, William ! "Cussyn or Cusseyn"18, Galfridus "Cusyn"19) #379 was born in Hardingham, Norfolk Cty, ENGLAND. William died about 1493 in Hingham, ENGLAND. he died from cause unknown.

He married Emma ! XX date unknown. (Emma ! XX #380.)

Historical events during the life of William ! "Cushyn" Cushing: Columbus sailed on his second voyage to America on September 25, 1493.

William ! "Cushyn" Cushing and Emma ! XX had the following children:

579. Emma !16 XX #380 birth date unknown. Emma died. she died from cause unknown.

She married William ! "Cushyn" Cushing date unknown. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (William ! "Cushyn" Cushing #379.) (See William ! "Cushyn" Cushing for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Seventeenth Generation

580. Thomas ! "Cussheyn or Cusshyn"17 Cushing (William ! "Cussyn or Cusseyn"18, Galfridus "Cusyn"19) #381 was born in Hardingham, Norfolk Cty, ENGLAND ABOUT 1380. Thomas died in ENGLAND. he died from cause unknown.

He married XX ! XX date unknown. (XX ! XX #382.)

Historical events during the life of Thomas ! "Cussheyn or Cusshyn" Cushing: 29 pilgrims gather to travel to Canterbury, each tells a story to enliven their journey, this will become "The Canterbury Tales" on April 13, 1387.

Thomas ! "Cussheyn or Cusshyn" Cushing and XX ! XX had the following child:

581. XX !17 XX #382 birth date unknown. XX died. she died from cause unknown.

She married Thomas ! "Cussheyn or Cusshyn" Cushing date unknown. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (Thomas ! "Cussheyn or Cusshyn" Cushing #381.) (See Thomas ! "Cussheyn or Cusshyn" Cushing for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Eighteenth Generation

582. William ! "Cussyn or Cusseyn"18 Cushing (Galfridus "Cusyn"19) #383 was born in ENGLAND ABOUT 1320. William died in ENGLAND. he died from cause unknown.

He married XX ! XX date unknown. (XX ! XX #384.)

Historical events during the life of William ! "Cussyn or Cusseyn" Cushing: Dante dies of malaria hours after he finishes "Paradiso" on September 14, 1321; 29 pilgrims gather to travel to Canterbury, each tells a story to enliven their journey, this will become "The Canterbury Tales" on April 13, 1387.

William ! "Cussyn or Cusseyn" Cushing and XX ! XX had the following child:

583. XX !18 XX #384 birth date unknown. XX died. she died from cause unknown.

She married William ! "Cussyn or Cusseyn" Cushing date unknown. The ceremony was a type unknown and was held site unknown. (William ! "Cussyn or Cusseyn" Cushing #383.) (See William ! "Cussyn or Cusseyn" Cushing for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Historical events during the life of XX ! XX: 29 pilgrims gather to travel to Canterbury, each tells a story to enliven their journey, this will become "The Canterbury Tales" on April 13, 1387.

Nineteenth Generation

584. Galfridus "Cusyn"19 Cushing #1914 birth date unknown. Galfridus died. he died from cause unknown.

Historical events during the life of Galfridus "Cusyn" Cushing: Dante dies of malaria hours after he finishes "Paradiso" on September 14, 1321.

Galfridus "Cusyn" Cushing had the following child:


Notes and References


1. M/C, D/C, SRMP (MWP)
2. Alexander Chase Peters, 10 July 1860 Lowell, MA State Census.
3. M/C, D/C, SRMP (MWP)
4. M/C, D/C, SRMP (MWP)


Index

ALLEN

Allen, Alexander (i1745), b.-d.
Allen, Benjamin "Alling" (i1775), b.1736-d.
Allen, Charles William 1 (i816), b.1846-d.1911
Allen, Chloe (i1743), b.1807-d.1874
Allen, Clara Adelle (i819), b.-d.
Allen, David "Alling" (i1765), b.1724-d.1794
Allen, Ebenezer "Alling" (i1793), b.1712-d.1744
Allen, Elexander (Alexander) (i1761), b.1770-d.
Allen, Eliner (Eleanor) (i1758), b.1763-d.
Allen, Elisebeth (Elizabeth) (i1757), b.1761-d.
Allen, Elizabeth (i1741), b.1805-d.1884
Allen, Elizabeth "Alling" (i1808), b.1653-d.
Allen, Esther (i1742), b.1816-d.
Allen, Esther (i2005), b.1814-d.1814
Allen, Francis J(ebb) (i113), b.1897-d.
Allen, Hannah "Alling" (i1769), b.1727-d.
Allen, Hannah "Alling" (i1791), b.1709-d.1793
Allen, Hannah "Alling" (i1819), b.1659-d.
Allen, Harriet (Hattie) C. (i818), b.1858-d.1884
Allen, Henry (i999), b.1854-d.1854
Allen, James (i2004), b.1821-d.
Allen, Joel "Alling" (i1778), b.1738-d.
Allen, John ! "Alling" (Sr.) (i1794), b.-d.1690
Allen, John "Alling" (i1783), b.1698-d.1746
Allen, John "Alling" (Jr.) (i1817), b.1663-d.
Allen, Joseph B. (i1740), b.1809-d.1881
Allen, Julia C. (i820), b.1860-d.1928
Allen, Lovise (Louise) (i1760), b.1768-d.
Allen, Lydia "Alling" (i1784), b.1699-d.
Allen, Lydia "Alling" (i1810), b.1656-d.
Allen, Margaret !*^% Jebb (i34), b.1894-d.1992
Allen, Martha "Alling" (i1833), b.1673-d.1673
Allen, Mary "Alling" (i1788), b.1707-d.1788
Allen, Mary "Alling" (i1816), b.1661-d.
Allen, Mary H(ale) (i817), b.-d.1889
Allen, Moses (i1759), b.1766-d.
Allen, Moses ! (i1737), b.1741-d.
Allen, Nathan ! "Alling" (i1763), b.1696-d.1774
Allen, Nathan !^ Richardson (Jr.) (i86), b.1855-d.1924
Allen, Nathan !^ Richardson (Sr.) (i632), b.1812-d.1890
Allen, Nathan "Alling" (i1773), b.1729-d.1812
Allen, Nathan H(ale) (i1000), b.1852-d.1853
Allen, Nathan Richardson (III) (i114), b.1901-d.
Allen, Sally Ann (i1746), b.-d.
Allen, Samuel ! "Alling" (i1781), b.1670-d.1744
Allen, Samuel "Alling" (i1766), b.1726-d.
Allen, Samuel "Alling" (i1787), b.1704-d.1705
Allen, Sarah "Alling" (i1779), b.1745-d.
Allen, Sarah "Alling" (i1785), b.1702-d.
Allen, Sarah "Alling" (i1821), b.1666-d.
Allen, Seth Blake (i2006), b.1801-d.1805
Allen, William Goodwin (i1001), b.1844-d.1845
Allen, XX (i1762), b.1776-d.1777
Allen, Zadoc ! (i634), b.1772-d.1839
Allen, Zadoc "Alling" (i1774), b.1731-d.1787
Allen, Zadoc (Jr.) (i1739), b.1800-d.1861

BADGER

Badger, Elizabeth ! R. (i939), b.1806-d.1869

BAILEY

Bailey, Mercy ! (i1174), b.-d.

BANCROFT

Bancroft, John ! (i1928), b.-d.1637
Bancroft, Rebecca ! (i1799), b.1680-d.
Bancroft, Thomas ! (i1915), b.1653-d.1684

BARBER

Barber, Mercy ! (Mary) (i1803), b.1651-d.1725
Barber, Thomas ! (i1917), b.1615-d.1662

BARDING

Barding, Sarah ! (i1934), b.-d.

BARLOW

Barlow, Elizabeth ! (i1797), b.1719-d.1806
Barlow, James ! (i1800), b.1688-d.
Barlow, James ! (Sr.) (i1804), b.-d.1689

BELL

Bell, Frances ! H. (i992), b.1830-d.1909
Bell, Thomas ! (i2145), b.-d.

BISHOP

Bishop, Joan ! (i903), b.-d.

BLAKE

Blake, Chloe (i2009), b.-d.
Blake, Esther ! (i635), b.1775-d.1820
Blake, XX ! (i2007), b.-d.

BLISS

Bliss, Elizabeth ! (i220), b.1656-d.1723

BRADLEY

Bradley, Elena ! (i1795), b.-d.1700
Bradley, Martha ! (i890), b.-d.

BREWER

Brewer, Sarah ! (i1575), b.-d.
Brewer, Thomas ! (i1576), b.1590-d.
Brewer, Thomas ! (i1701), b.-d.

BROCKET

Brocket, Abigail ! (i886), b.1711-d.1800

BROWN

Brown, Elizabeth ! (i1772), b.-d.

BULLOCK

Bullock, Mehittabell ! (i218), b.1701-d.1746

BURBANK

Burbank, Abner (i1170), b.1782-d.1860
Burbank, Abner (i1178), b.1736-d.1813
Burbank, Abner ! (i938), b.1805-d.1874
Burbank, Abner J. (i941), b.1834-d.1912
Burbank, Abraham (i1204), b.1727-d.
Burbank, Albert E. (i942), b.1830-d.1877
Burbank, Caleb (i1196), b.1710-d.
Burbank, Caleb ! (i1210), b.1646-d.1690
Burbank, Daniel (i1195), b.1707-d.
Burbank, David (i1186), b.-d.
Burbank, David ! (i1097), b.1750-d.1840
Burbank, Eleazer ! 1 (i1191), b.1681-d.1759
Burbank, Eleazer ! 2 (i1173), b.1708-d.
Burbank, Eleazer ! 3 (i935), b.1779-d.1824
Burbank, Elizabeth (i940), b.-d.
Burbank, Emily (Emma) Augusta (i932), b.1845-d.1932
Burbank, Eunice (i1180), b.1739-d.
Burbank, Ezra (i1177), b.1733-d.
Burbank, Gideon (i943), b.-d.
Burbank, Gideon Webster (i937), b.1803-d.
Burbank, Hannah (i1184), b.1745-d.
Burbank, John (i1201), b.1722-d.
Burbank, John ! (i1214), b.1600-d.1682
Burbank, Jonathan (i1185), b.-d.
Burbank, Joseph E. (i1095), b.1818-d.1848
Burbank, Joshua (i1172), b.1787-d.
Burbank, Lydia (i1176), b.1732-d.
Burbank, Lydia (i1203), b.1726-d.
Burbank, Lydia (i1216), b.1644-d.
Burbank, Martha (i1200), b.1719-d.
Burbank, Mary (i1183), b.-d.
Burbank, Mercy (i1182), b.-d.
Burbank, Moses (i1199), b.1716-d.
Burbank, Nathan (i1198), b.1714-d.
Burbank, Nathaniel (i1202), b.1724-d.
Burbank, Paul Juett (i1171), b.1784-d.
Burbank, Samuel (i1187), b.1750-d.
Burbank, Sarah (i1197), b.1712-d.
Burbank, Susan ! R. (i625), b.1828-d.1897
Burbank, Thomas (i1099), b.1777-d.
Burbank, XX (i1096), b.-d.

CARTER

Carter, Sarah ! (i912), b.1751-d.1813

CHALLIS

Challis, Lydia ! (i897), b.1665-d.
Challis, Philip ! (i1145), b.-d.

CHASE

Chase, Abigail ! Gove (i627), b.1789-d.1859
Chase, Abraham (i1153), b.-d.
Chase, Amos (i1109), b.1741-d.1824
Chase, Ann (i1140), b.1724-d.
Chase, Anna (i1125), b.1745-d.
Chase, Anne (i1163), b.1647-d.
Chase, Aquila (i1168), b.1652-d.
Chase, Aquila ! (1) (i900), b.-d.
Chase, Aquila ! (2) (i898), b.1618-d.1670
Chase, Charles (i1152), b.1689-d.
Chase, David (i1158), b.1710-d.
Chase, Ebenezer (i1143), b.1729-d.
Chase, Elisabeth (i1133), b.1754-d.1810
Chase, Elizabeth (i1157), b.-d.
Chase, Enoch (i1142), b.1726-d.
Chase, Ezra ! (i630), b.1717-d.1792
Chase, Jacob ! (i893), b.1693-d.1754
Chase, John (i1136), b.1719-d.1790
Chase, John (i1150), b.1680-d.
Chase, John ! (i895), b.1655-d.1740
Chase, Judith (i1127), b.1751-d.
Chase, Lydia (i1156), b.-d.
Chase, Mary (i1124), b.1743-d.1747
Chase, Mary (i1132), b.1749-d.
Chase, Mary (i1155), b.-d.
Chase, Mary Polly (i906), b.1784-d.1854
Chase, Phebe (i1138), b.1721-d.
Chase, Phebe (i1154), b.-d.
Chase, Philip (i1151), b.1688-d.
Chase, Priscilla (i1166), b.1648-d.
Chase, Richard ! (i902), b.1542-d.
Chase, Sarah (i1139), b.1722-d.1736
Chase, Sarah (i1162), b.1645-d.
Chase, Susan Sukey (i908), b.1785-d.1868
Chase, Thomas (i1169), b.1654-d.
Chase, Thomas ! (i904), b.1515-d.
Chase, William (i1131), b.1746-d.1753
Chase, William (i1149), b.1678-d.1730
Chase, William ! (i628), b.1756-d.1838
Chase, William Davis Stickney (i909), b.1792-d.

CHENEY

Cheney, Betsey ! Winchester (i64), b.-d.

COGGINS

Coggins, Jane ! (i1918), b.-d.1662

CUSHING

Cushing, Addison - Benjamin (i318), b.1828-d.1913
Cushing, Asaph Leavitt (i355), b.1767-d.
Cushing, Barbara (i1907), b.1589-d.1632
Cushing, Benjamin (i351), b.1754-d.1757
Cushing, Benjamin ! (i211), b.1764-d.1842
Cushing, Benjamin - (i295), b.1807-d.1882
Cushing, Benjamin Smith (i346), b.1801-d.1806
Cushing, Bridget (i1905), b.1586-d.
Cushing, Charles Jackson (i334), b.1850-d.1931
Cushing, Daniel (i1042), b.1619-d.1700
Cushing, Deborah (i457), b.1623-d.
Cushing, Deborah (i1075), b.1700-d.
Cushing, Edward Abbott (i332), b.1846-d.1913
Cushing, Edward Alanson (i349), b.1815-d.1839
Cushing, Edwin Shaw (i348), b.1815-d.1836
Cushing, Emma "Emily" Eliza (i333), b.1848-d.
Cushing, Galfridus "Cusyn" (i1914), b.-d.
Cushing, George Shaw (i314), b.1825-d.1894
Cushing, Hezekiah (i1076), b.1703-d.1790
Cushing, Jacob (i1074), b.1696-d.1777
Cushing, Jeremiah (i455), b.1621-d.
Cushing, John ! (i367), b.1627-d.1708
Cushing, John ! (Elder) "Cushyn or Cushyng" (i378), b.-d.
Cushing, John "Cushyn" (i1070), b.-d.
Cushing, John (Junior) (i1069), b.-d.
Cushing, John Hazeltine (i316), b.1827-d.
Cushing, Joseph (i352), b.1757-d.
Cushing, Josiah (i1078), b.1707-d.1787
Cushing, Katherine (i1909), b.-d.
Cushing, Manda !^% Thurber (i26), b.1798-d.1885
Cushing, Mary ^% Dorotha (i57), b.1835-d.1906
Cushing, Matthew (i456), b.1623-d.
Cushing, Matthew 1 ! (i371), b.1588-d.1660
Cushing, Matthew 2 ! (i362), b.1664-d.1715
Cushing, Matthew 3 ! (i358), b.1698-d.
Cushing, Matthew 4 ! (i350), b.1730-d.1813
Cushing, Matthew 5 (i357), b.1750-d.1846
Cushing, Molly (i353), b.1759-d.1760
Cushing, Molly (i354), b.1761-d.
Cushing, Nancy Wesson (i335), b.1852-d.1921
Cushing, Noah (i687), b.1752-d.1793
Cushing, Noah (i1080), b.1714-d.
Cushing, Peter (i1908), b.-d.
Cushing, Peter ! (i375), b.1540-d.1615
Cushing, Rachel (i1077), b.1705-d.
Cushing, Robert (i1067), b.-d.
Cushing, Sabrina (i342), b.1796-d.1859
Cushing, Sally (i343), b.1804-d.1823
Cushing, Salome (i347), b.1810-d.
Cushing, Sarah (i1079), b.1711-d.
Cushing, Sarah !^% Elizabeth (i21), b.1833-d.1872
Cushing, Sophronia (i341), b.1794-d.1881
Cushing, Sophronia Peck (i306), b.1837-d.1911
Cushing, Theophilus (i1904), b.1584-d.1679
Cushing, Thomas (i1068), b.-d.
Cushing, Thomas (i1910), b.1603-d.
Cushing, Thomas ! "Cushyn" (i377), b.1500-d.1558
Cushing, Thomas ! "Cussheyn or Cusshyn" (i381), b.1380-d.
Cushing, William (i1071), b.-d.
Cushing, William (i1906), b.1593-d.
Cushing, William ! "Cushyn" (i379), b.-d.1493
Cushing, William ! "Cussyn or Cusseyn" (i383), b.1320-d.
Cushing, William ^ Thurber (i331), b.1844-d.

DAVIS

Davis, James ! (Jr.) (i1134), b.-d.
Davis, Joanna ! (i894), b.-d.
Davis, Judith ! (i631), b.1721-d.1808
Davis, William ! (i1129), b.-d.

DOLBIAR

Dolbiar, Mary ! "Dolbere" (i1920), b.1607-d.1685
Dolbiar, Rochy ! (Rochee) "Dolbere" (i1921), b.-d.

DOWNING

Downing, Sarah ! (i1516), b.-d.

ESTUARTE

Estuarte, Marie ! Adele (i488), b.-d.

FILLEY

Filley, Mary ! (i1936), b.-d.1711
Filley, William ! (i1937), b.-d.

GAGE

Gage, Daniel ! (i1193), b.-d.
Gage, Lydia ! (i1192), b.1684-d.1771

GARDNER

Gardner, Hannah ! (i1926), b.-d.
Gardner, Samuel ! (i1930), b.-d.

GARSON

Garson, Mary ! (i80), b.-d.

GILLET

Gillet, Elizabeth ! (i1756), b.1745-d.
Gillet, John ! (i1802), b.1644-d.1682
Gillet, Jonathan ! (i1919), b.1600-d.1677
Gillet, Nathan (i1958), b.-d.1688
Gillet, Richard "Gyllett" (i1924), b.-d.
Gillet, Samuel ! (i1798), b.1677-d.1739
Gillet, Thomas ! (i1796), b.1711-d.1791
Gillet, William ! "Gyllett" (i1923), b.-d.1641
Gillet, XX ! "Gyllett" (i1925), b.-d.

GOVE

Gove, Abigail ! (i629), b.1761-d.1844
Gove, Nathaniel ! (i1119), b.-d.

GRANT

Grant, Moses ! (i481), b.-d.
Grant, Thankful ! (i201), b.1739-d.1807

HALE

Hale, Abigail (i1318), b.1662-d.
Hale, Abner (i1231), b.-d.
Hale, Abner ! (Jr.) (i1227), b.1737-d.1812
Hale, Abner ! (Sr.) (i1232), b.1706-d.1765
Hale, Amos (i1331), b.1752-d.
Hale, Chara (i1345), b.1807-d.1866
Hale, Charles (i1347), b.1814-d.1836
Hale, David (i1230), b.-d.
Hale, David (i1330), b.1749-d.
Hale, Elizabeth (i1322), b.1668-d.
Hale, Hannah (i1319), b.1663-d.
Hale, Harriet (i1343), b.1802-d.1803
Hale, Harriet (i1344), b.1805-d.1828
Hale, Jacob (i1328), b.1744-d.
Hale, Jessie (i1229), b.-d.
Hale, John (i1313), b.1636-d.
Hale, Joseph ! (i1234), b.1671-d.1761
Hale, Judith (i1329), b.1747-d.
Hale, Lucy (i1323), b.-d.
Hale, Lucy (i1333), b.1756-d.
Hale, Lydia (i1320), b.1666-d.
Hale, Mary (i1317), b.1660-d.
Hale, Mary ! (i633), b.1819-d.1912
Hale, Moses (i1327), b.1742-d.
Hale, Nathaniel (i1332), b.1754-d.
Hale, Robert (i1242), b.-d.
Hale, Ruth (i1325), b.1739-d.
Hale, Samuel (i1314), b.-d.
Hale, Samuel (i1321), b.1674-d.
Hale, Samuel (i1342), b.-d.
Hale, Samuel ! (Sr.) (i822), b.1768-d.1842
Hale, Samuel (Jr.) (i1273), b.1799-d.1877
Hale, Thomas ! (Jr.) (i1236), b.1633-d.1688
Hale, Thomas ! (Sr.) (i1238), b.1604-d.1682
Hale, Thomas (III) (i1316), b.1657-d.
Hale, William (i1346), b.1809-d.
Hale, XX ! (i1240), b.-d.

HARMON

Harmon, Mary ! (i1801), b.1692-d.1752
Harmon, Nathaniel ! (i1806), b.-d.

HASELTON

Haselton, Ella ^ Elizabeth (i24), b.1853-d.1935

HAWES

Hawes, Susan ! (i376), b.-d.1641

HAWKE

Hawke, Hannah (i1072), b.1655-d.1737
Hawke, Matthew ! (i369), b.-d.
Hawke, Sarah ! (i368), b.1641-d.1678

HERMON

Hermon, Elizabeth ! (i888), b.-d.1739

HICKS

Hicks, Peleg ! (i814), b.-d.
Hicks, Rosanna ! (i69), b.1775-d.1851

HOLIHAN

Holihan, Elizabeth W. (i123), b.1865-d.1945
Holihan, James (i1061), b.1857-d.
Holihan, James ! (i124), b.1828-d.
Holihan, Katherine !^ "Kittie" E. (i116), b.1855-d.1894
Holihan, Margaret "Maggie" (i811), b.1858-d.1896
Holihan, Mary "Molly" (i143), b.-d.
Holihan, Robert (i142), b.-d.
Holihan, Sarah (i810), b.-d.

HOWARD

Howard, Florence Janet "Jeannette" (i66), b.1874-d.1930

HUNTER

Hunter, Deborah (i471), b.-d.
Hunter, Frank (i473), b.-d.
Hunter, John ! Frye (i63), b.-d.
Hunter, Lilla (i472), b.-d.
Hunter, Lyas (i470), b.-d.
Hunter, Sophronia ! "Sophia" E. (i60), b.1832-d.1893

HUTCHINS

Hutchins, Mary ! (i1538), b.-d.

HUXLEY

Huxley, Sarah ! (i1805), b.-d.
Huxley, Thomas ! (i1931), b.-d.

JACOB

Jacob, Deborah ! (i363), b.1677-d.1755
Jacob, Jael (i1040), b.1662-d.1708
Jacob, John ! (i364), b.-d.

JEBB

Jebb, Ellen !^ Hamilton (i87), b.1872-d.1947

JOHNSON

Johnson, Elizabeth ! (i1532), b.-d.
Johnson, Hannah ! (i1098), b.1746-d.
Johnson, Margaret ! (i361), b.-d.

KELLEY

Kelley, Mary ! (i1130), b.-d.

KENNEY

Kenney, Ellen ! (i125), b.1832-d.

KIMBALL

Kimball, Sarah ! (i1194), b.-d.

KING

King, Eustace !^ Warner (i115), b.1850-d.1927
King, Florence (i133), b.1858-d.1863
King, Grace ^% Agatha (i126), b.1885-d.1971
King, Jessie !*^% Louise (i15), b.1894-d.1982
King, Jonathan ! (i129), b.-d.
King, Leonard ! Herman (i127), b.1815-d.1877
King, Lizzie (i131), b.1852-d.1854
King, Mary Jane (i119), b.1875-d.1954
King, Matthew Horace (i134), b.1864-d.
King, Perry ^ Leonard (i122), b.1889-d.1964
King, William Leonard (i765), b.1856-d.1907
King, Willie (i118), b.-d.

LAKE

Lake, Annis (i1896), b.1793-d.
Lake, Charles (i1891), b.-d.
Lake, David ! P. (i781), b.-d.
Lake, Elizabeth (i1887), b.-d.
Lake, Gilead (i1897), b.1795-d.
Lake, Harriet (i1886), b.-d.
Lake, Huldah (i1898), b.1798-d.
Lake, Jane !^ (i128), b.1823-d.1913
Lake, John (i1885), b.-d.
Lake, John (i1894), b.1789-d.
Lake, Kate (i1888), b.-d.
Lake, Mary (i1895), b.1791-d.
Lake, Orrin D. (i1901), b.1805-d.
Lake, Rhoda (i1899), b.1800-d.
Lake, Sally (i1900), b.1803-d.
Lake, Warner (i1889), b.-d.
Lake, Warner (i1902), b.1809-d.
Lake, Warner ! (i1892), b.1765-d.
Lake, William (i1890), b.-d.

LEAVITT

Leavitt, Josiah ! (i360), b.-d.
Leavitt, Mary ! (i359), b.1699-d.

LINDSEY

Lindsey, Ann ! (i782), b.-d.

LOOMIS

Loomis, Joseph ! (Sr.) (i1942), b.-d.
Loomis, Joseph (Jr.) (i1943), b.-d.
Loomis, Mary ! (i1939), b.-d.1680

LORD

Lord, Sarah ! (i1003), b.1800-d.1872
Lord, XX ! (i2138), b.-d.

MACINTIRE

MacIntire, Thankful ! (i482), b.-d.

MAVERICK

Maverick, Ann ! (i1702), b.1564-d.1622
Maverick, Robert ! (i1703), b.-d.1573

MUNSON

Munson, Benjamin ! (i883), b.1744-d.1842
Munson, Caleb ! (Jr.) (i885), b.1709-d.1747
Munson, Caleb ! (Sr.) (i887), b.1682-d.1765
Munson, Hannah ! (i823), b.1775-d.1845
Munson, Samuel ! (i889), b.1643-d.1693
Munson, Thomas ! (i891), b.1612-d.1685

MYCHELL

Mychell, Mary ! (Marie) (i1922), b.-d.

NORTHEND

Northend, Sarah ! (i1237), b.-d.

PERKINS

Perkins, Ruth ! (i1233), b.-d.

PETERS

Peters, Alexander !%^ Chase (i20), b.1833-d.1903
Peters, Arthur !*%^ Cushing (i14), b.1894-d.1983
Peters, Arthur !*%^ King (Sr.) (i9), b.1919-d.
Peters, Arthur *^ King (Jr.) (i11), b.1945-d.
Peters, Heber !%^ Cushing (i17), b.1867-d.1953
Peters, Heber *%^ Wallace (i19), b.1892-d.1971
Peters, Irene ^ Elizabeth (i22), b.1864-d.1882
Peters, Katherine !^ Chase (i4), b.1984-d.
Peters, Lois *%^ Cushing (i16), b.1917-d.1993
Peters, Margaret *^ Allen (i13), b.1951-d.
Peters, Michael !%^ Whitaker (Sr.) (i1), b.1955-d.
Peters, Michael !^ Whitaker (Jr.) (i3), b.1983-d.
Peters, Richard ! (i487), b.-d.
Peters, Robert *^ Bruce (i12), b.1947-d.
Peters, Samuel A. (i1058), b.1860-d.1861

PINKHAM

Pinkham, Abijah (i1032), b.1802-d.
Pinkham, Betsey (i1024), b.1784-d.
Pinkham, Deborah (i1025), b.1785-d.
Pinkham, Dorothy ! (i27), b.1798-d.1843
Pinkham, James (i1029), b.1793-d.1813
Pinkham, Joseph (i1030), b.1795-d.
Pinkham, Martha (i1031), b.1796-d.
Pinkham, Mary (i1028), b.1791-d.
Pinkham, Samuel (i1026), b.1787-d.
Pinkham, Samuel ! (i572), b.1760-d.1830
Pinkham, Sarah (i1027), b.1789-d.

PITCHER

Pitcher, Henry ! (i373), b.-d.
Pitcher, Nazareth ! (i372), b.1586-d.1681

REDWAY

Redway, Dorothea ! (i573), b.-d.1850

RUSSELL

Russell, Mary ! (i365), b.-d.

SARGENT

Sargent, Mary ! (i1146), b.-d.

SKINNER

Skinner, Ann (i1946), b.1639-d.
Skinner, Elizabeth (i1954), b.1669-d.
Skinner, Isaac (i1956), b.1691-d.
Skinner, John (i1947), b.1641-d.
Skinner, John (i1953), b.-d.1704
Skinner, John ! (i1938), b.-d.1650
Skinner, Joseph (i1955), b.1673-d.
Skinner, Joseph ! (i1935), b.1643-d.
Skinner, Mary (i1945), b.1638-d.
Skinner, Mary ! (i1807), b.1667-d.
Skinner, Richard (i1948), b.1646-d.
Skinner, Thomas (i1957), b.-d.

SMITH

Smith, Hugh ! (i1212), b.-d.
Smith, Martha ! (i1211), b.-d.
Smith, Rosanna ! (i884), b.-d.1811

SPENCER

Spencer, Sarah ! (i1932), b.-d.
Spencer, Thomas ! (i1933), b.-d.

STICKNEY

Stickney, Susanna ! (i1120), b.-d.

STUART

Stuart, Ebenezer ! (i1531), b.-d.
Stuart, Sarah ! (i1530), b.-d.

THURBER

Thurber, Abner (i72), b.1802-d.
Thurber, Agnes !%^ Winona (i18), b.1870-d.1952
Thurber, Alfred (i76), b.1829-d.
Thurber, Amos (i203), b.1762-d.1843
Thurber, Amos Horatio (i175), b.1793-d.1851
Thurber, Barnabas ! (Jr.) (i68), b.1767-d.1855
Thurber, Barnabus ! (Sr.) (i200), b.1739-d.1827
Thurber, Barnabus "Infant" (i216), b.1763-d.1764
Thurber, Charles C. (i77), b.1825-d.1894
Thurber, David (i74), b.1808-d.1826
Thurber, Elizabeth (i205), b.1765-d.
Thurber, Enos (i71), b.1798-d.1862
Thurber, Frank A. (i61), b.1871-d.1929
Thurber, Frederick Galutia (i588), b.1815-d.1838
Thurber, George ! Washington (i59), b.1832-d.1872
Thurber, Horace B. (i67), b.1833-d.1859
Thurber, Horatio Gates (i214), b.1778-d.
Thurber, James ! (i219), b.1660-d.1736
Thurber, Jared ! (i62), b.1800-d.1870
Thurber, John ! (i221), b.1625-d.1704
Thurber, John - (i177), b.1806-d.1893
Thurber, Jonathan ! (i217), b.1695-d.1746
Thurber, Lutius (i590), b.1813-d.
Thurber, Lyman Winslow (i73), b.1804-d.
Thurber, Ozias (i208), b.1772-d.1855
Thurber, Polly (i212), b.1777-d.1863
Thurber, Polly Prutia (i585), b.1810-d.1829
Thurber, Prusia (i75), b.1828-d.
Thurber, Ruth (i70), b.1797-d.
Thurber, Sally !! (i210), b.1775-d.1843
Thurber, Sylvanus Barnabus (i587), b.1811-d.
Thurber, Thankful (i207), b.1770-d.
Thurber, Wilbur Jackson (i589), b.1818-d.

TITUS

Titus, Abigail ! (i689), b.1793-d.1793

TODD

Todd, Hannah ! (i1764), b.1702-d.1771
Todd, Michael ! (i1771), b.-d.

TULL

Tull, Jane ! (Tule) (i130), b.-d.

TUTE

Tute, Mary ! (i78), b.1800-d.1880
Tute, Renselear (i82), b.1819-d.1897
Tute, Sarah "Sally" (i611), b.-d.
Tute, XX ! (i609), b.-d.
Tute, Zibe !^ (i79), b.-d.1849

WEBSTER

Webster, Abigail (i1584), b.1679-d.1758
Webster, Abigail !^ Chase (i89), b.1854-d.1932
Webster, Abigail Gove (i954), b.-d.
Webster, Betsey 'Betty' (i914), b.1793-d.
Webster, Daniel (i1518), b.1750-d.
Webster, David (i1517), b.1748-d.
Webster, Ebenezer (i1581), b.1667-d.1736
Webster, Eliphalet (i1527), b.1772-d.
Webster, Elizabeth (i1534), b.1725-d.
Webster, Elizabeth (i1541), b.1704-d.
Webster, Emma Elizabeth (i1092), b.1856-d.1874
Webster, Enos (i1520), b.1755-d.
Webster, Gideon (i950), b.-d.
Webster, Gideon (i1548), b.1716-d.
Webster, Gideon ! (i911), b.1756-d.1823
Webster, Hannah (i1535), b.1728-d.
Webster, Hannah (i1540), b.1702-d.
Webster, Hannah (i1579), b.1663-d.
Webster, Hope (i1526), b.1769-d.
Webster, Isaac (i1543), b.1707-d.
Webster, Isaac ! (i626), b.1779-d.1860
Webster, Isaac ! (i1515), b.1727-d.
Webster, Isaac ! (i1537), b.1671-d.1718
Webster, Isaac ! Warren (Sr.) (i624), b.1818-d.1875
Webster, Isaac Warren (Jr.) (i835), b.1862-d.1890
Webster, John (i1519), b.1752-d.
Webster, John (i1582), b.1674-d.1734
Webster, John ! (i1529), b.1697-d.1769
Webster, Jonathan (i1522), b.1762-d.
Webster, Jonathan (i1539), b.1699-d.
Webster, Joseph (i1525), b.1766-d.
Webster, Joseph (i1542), b.1705-d.
Webster, Joshua (i1583), b.1676-d.1677
Webster, Love (i1528), b.1773-d.
Webster, Lydia (i1523), b.1764-d.
Webster, Mary (i1521), b.1760-d.
Webster, Mary (i1536), b.1730-d.
Webster, Mary (i1577), b.1657-d.
Webster, Mary Elizabeth (i1093), b.1852-d.
Webster, Patience ! (or Polly) (i936), b.1781-d.1806
Webster, Perilla Areata (i1091), b.1850-d.1872
Webster, Polly (or Patience) (i916), b.1786-d.
Webster, Sally (i915), b.1791-d.
Webster, Samuel (i1546), b.1714-d.1714
Webster, Samuel (i1547), b.1715-d.
Webster, Sarah (i952), b.-d.
Webster, Sarah (i1533), b.1725-d.
Webster, Sarah (i1544), b.1709-d.
Webster, Sarah (i1578), b.1660-d.1745
Webster, Thomas (i1580), b.1665-d.1733
Webster, Thomas (i1618), b.1631-d.1631
Webster, Thomas (i1619), b.1631-d.1631
Webster, Thomas ! (i1574), b.1631-d.1715
Webster, Thomas ! (i1614), b.-d.1634
Webster, William Chase (i951), b.-d.

WHEELER

Wheeler, Anne ! (i899), b.-d.

WHITAKER

Whitaker, Emily (Emma) Elizabeth (i91), b.1890-d.1958
Whitaker, Frances Bell (i994), b.1856-d.1927
Whitaker, Isaac Warren Webster (i833), b.1885-d.1976
Whitaker, James ^ W. (i1008), b.-d.
Whitaker, John (i1005), b.-d.
Whitaker, Margaret *^ Allen (i36), b.1926-d.
Whitaker, Margery Burbank (i1083), b.1880-d.1882
Whitaker, Mary (i1006), b.-d.
Whitaker, Nicholas ! (i1002), b.1796-d.1872
Whitaker, Robert !*%^ Burbank (i33), b.1888-d.1982
Whitaker, Robert !^ B. (i991), b.1831-d.1904
Whitaker, Robert !^ Stevenson (i88), b.1851-d.1910
Whitaker, Roberta *^ Burbank (i35), b.1929-d.
Whitaker, Sarah !*%^ Jebb (i10), b.1924-d.
Whitaker, Susan Burbank (i90), b.1899-d.1973
Whitaker, Thomas ^ B. (i993), b.1854-d.1917
Whitaker, William (i1004), b.-d.
Whitaker, XX (i1009), b.-d.
Whitaker, XX (i1010), b.-d.
Whitaker, XX (i1011), b.-d.
Whitaker, XX ! (i2140), b.-d.

WIGGIN

Wiggin, Sarah ! (i1135), b.-d.

WILLIAMS

Williams, Elizabeth ! (i1893), b.1765-d.

XX

XX, Emma ! (i380), b.-d.
XX, Jane ! (i1929), b.-d.
XX, Jemima ! (i1215), b.-d.1692
XX, Joanna ! (i892), b.1610-d.1678
XX, Margaret ! (i370), b.-d.
XX, Margery ! (i1615), b.-d.1687
XX, Priscilla ! (i222), b.1627-d.1708
XX, Tamosin ! (i1239), b.-d.
XX, XX ! (i374), b.-d.
XX, XX ! (i382), b.-d.
XX, XX ! (i384), b.-d.
XX, XX ! (i610), b.-d.
XX, XX ! (i705), b.-d.
XX, XX ! (i901), b.-d.
XX, XX ! (i905), b.-d.
XX, XX ! (i1066), b.-d.
XX, XX ! (i1228), b.-d.
XX, XX ! (i1235), b.-d.
XX, XX ! (i1241), b.-d.
XX, XX ! (i1700), b.-d.
XX, XX ! (i1704), b.-d.
XX, XX ! (i1782), b.-d.
XX, XX ! (i1944), b.-d.
XX, XX ! (i2008), b.-d.
XX, XX ! (i2139), b.-d.
XX, XX ! (i2141), b.-d.
XX, XX ! (i2146), b.-d.

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