Fourth Generation

18. PATIENCEC4 GOODWIN (5. MargaretC3 Spencer, Patience2 William1), born in the Newichawanock area of Kittery (now S Berwick) 23 Mar 1653 (Seaman, "Daniel Goodwin" ms, 271); died Berwick between 18 Feb 1715/6 when she made her will and 4 Apr 1716 when it was proved (MW, 183); married Kittery 19 Sep 1670 (VR, 24) DANIEL STONE, born circa 1643, died between 13 Dec 1712 when he wrote his will and 15 Oct 1713 when it was proved (MW, 167-168; MPA 2/99,114). Daniel's name may originally been "Wadelsten", as seen in the 1672 George Broughton court case (LND, 663-4).

1715/16 Will of Patience Stone

            In the Name of God Amen I Patience Stone of the Town of Barwick in the County of Yorke in his Majts Province of the MasachuSetts Bay in New England widow (and Relict of Daniel Stone late of Barwick aforeSaid) being weak & ailing but of Sound & disposing Sence & memory, blessed be God for it Do make this my Last will & Testament.

            First & principally I resign my Soul to God that gave it hopeing through the merits of my blessed Lord & Saviour Jusus Christ to obtain Pardon of all my Sins, and my body I Commit to the Earth to be decently buried at the discretion of the Executor to this my Last Will & Testament & as for this worldly Goods the Lord hath Lent me; after my Lawfull Debts & funerall Charge is paid I give & bestow as Followeth.

            1. I give & bequeath unto my Son Daniel Stone a pair of Stilliards and one flax Comb.

            2. I give & bequeath unto my daughter Rachael Grant one pewter platter.

            3. I give & bequeath unto my daughter Patience Waymouth one pewter platter.

            4. I give & bequeath unto my daughter Sarah Libby one pewter platter.

            5. I give & bequeath unto my daughter Abigail Goodin one pewter platter & two plates.

            6. I give & bequeath unto my daughter Elisabeth Stone one pewter platter & one Bason & my great Iron pott & two pewter plates.

            7. I give & bequeath unto my Daughter Leah Stone one pewter platter & one Chafindish & two pewter plates & my middlein Iron pott.

            8. I do give & bequeath unto my two aforeSaid daughters Elisabeth & Leah my two fetherbeds & all the furniture belonging to them both, & all my bed Cloths of every Sort both wooling & Linnin & all my wearing Cloths both wooling & Linnin or any other Sort & also my warming pan & Table Linnin to equally divided betwene them both.

            9. I give & bequeath unto my Eight daughters to the Six herein already named and to my daughter Mary martin & Margret Gould all the rest of my Estate Good or Chattels Rights & Credits & utenSels whatsoever without dores or within abroad or at home to be Equally divided amongst them all

            10. I do ordain & appoint my Brother Daniel Goodin to be the Executor to this my Last Will & Testament Renouncing & Revoaking all or any Will or Wills by me heretofore made or Suffered to be made; In Witness hereof I the afore Said Patience Stone have hereunto Set my hand & Seal this Eighteenth day of February anno Dom: one ThouSand Seven Hundred & fifteen Sixteen 1715/16

Signed Sealed & Published Patience X Stone
in the preSents of us
Mary X Goodin
Samuel Goodin
John Hubord

Children (all but i in KVR, 24), surname STONE:

            i.            MARYC5, m _____ MARTIN, perhaps John Martin Jr, son of John and Wilmot Martin (LND, 463). Mary is named in her mother's will.

            ii.            JONATHAN b Kittery 21 Oct 1673; d after writing his will 3 Apr 1742 (MW, 449-51); m (Martha F McCourt, compiler, The American Descendants of James McCourt, John McKenney, Matthew Young and Allied Families, 1988) SARAH SKINNER. He was not in his mother's will, although he was living at the time it was written. Children (LND, 664), surname Stone: 1. Jonathan, b 8 Feb 1699. 2. Paul. 3. Skinner. 4. Joseph. 5. Elizabeth, m _____ Neal. 6. Mary, m Gideon May (MW, LND). 7. Patience, m1 Thomas Pike, at least 1 ch Mary Pike, b ca 1736, who m 1752 Joseph Hardison; m2 Hugh Ross. 8. Sarah, m Scarborough 9 Oct 1746 (1st Cong CR) Timothy Libby (Libby), b Kittery ca 1724, d Machias before June 1766, son of David & Esther (Hanscom) Libby (MHM Vol 8). Ch (Libby, 77-8), surname Libby: 1. Sarah bpt 27 Dec 1747, m Machias 30 Sep 1767/68 John Berry. 2. Esther bpt 4 June 1749 m Jonathon Piner or Pineo. 3. Timothy bpt 6 Jan 1751 m Martha Holmes, 1 ch. 4. Mary bpt 22 Apr 1753 m Amos Boynton. 5. David b 31 Aug 1755 m Abigail Fitts. 6. Obadiah bpt 15 Jan 1758 m Mary Hill. 7. Daniel bpt 21 Aug 1763 m Hannah Eastman.

            iii.            MARGARET, b Kittery 6 Oct 1678; d after 1715 when she and Samuel of Boxford deeded 1/11 of her father's estate (LND, 278); m Topsfield MA 1697 SAMUEL GOULD, living Apr 1726 (YD 12:15). At least one child, surname Gould: 1. Samuel (LND, 278).

            iv.            RACHEL, b Kittery 13 July 1680, bpt 25 Apr 1703; m as his second wife before 1709 JAMES GRANT, b 23 Mar 1671 (LND, 282), on 3 Nov 1735 he owned the covenant and was bpt in bed "being at the point of death" (ibid) but admin not granted until 20 Oct 1741 (MPA 5/255; 6/8, 51, 55), son of Peter and Joan Grant. James, a carpenter of Berwick, had 5 children with his first wife (Mary Nason) between 1694 and 1703. Children with Rachel (William D Grant, From Kittery to Kansas, 1979), surname Grant: 1. Daniel, b 1709. 2. Elias, bpt 9 June 1712 (NEHGR 82:75), owned the covenant 1735 (NEHGR [1928]:98), m by 1735 Margaret5 Goodwin (see #23.ix), 5 ch. 3. John, b 1715. 4. Rachel, b 1717. 5. Elisha, b 1719. 6. Elijah, b 1722.

            v.            PATIENCE, b Kittery 23 Mar 1683; d before 4 Oct 1731 when her admin was granted (MPA 5/76, 154); m (LND, 741) TIMOTHY WEYMOUTH, d when he was thrown from his horse and killed (ibid), son of Edward and Esther (Hodsdon) Weymouth. Children, (KVR, 51), surname Weymouth: 1. Rachel, b 10 Aug 1705 (mother called Rachel must be error), may have m 15 Oct 1727 (KVR, 55) Isaac Powers. 2. Ichabod, b 23 Nov 1707. 3. Shadrich, b 4 Jan 1709/10. 4. Patience, b 10 Mar 1711/2, m bef 1739 (son's birth) Robert Morrell, son of Nicholas and Sarah (Fry) Morrell (Weymouth Gen), at least 2 sons who lived to adulthood. 5. Sarah, b 27 Aug 1714. 6. Timothy, b 22 May 1719, (MPA 11/354). 7. Jonathan, b 16 June 1722, predeceased his mother, who admin his estate (MPA 6/205,266, 7/14A). 8. John, b 6 Dec 1725, cordwainer of Kittery. 9. Mary, b 13 Oct 1727, named in 1738 division.

            vi.            SARAH, b Kittery 23 Aug 1686; d Mar 1774, age 88; m (Charles T Libby, The Libby Family in America, 1882, 39) 20 Dec 1707 (WFT v1) Deacon BENJAMIN2 LIBBY, b 4 June 1682, d 9 Nov 1768, son of John 1 and Agnes Libby. Benjamin and Sarah lived on the Witchtrot Rd and were very active in Berwick town affairs. From 7 Oct 1716 they were members of the Congregational Church, where he was deacon until 25 June 1761. He was one of the original proprietors of Lebanon ME. Children (Libby), named in Benjamin's will (MPA 12/59), surname Libby: 1. Agnes, b 24 May 1709, m _____ Clark. 2. Joseph, (twin) b 5 Apr 1711, m1 Anna _____, m2 widow Elizabeth Shorey. 3. Benjamin, (twin) b 5 Apr 1711, d 1734, m Sarah _____, 2 ch. She later bore a child to Benjamin Chadbourne, #64. 4. Sarah, b 8 Feb 1713, m _____ Lord. 5. Daniel, b 21 Sep 1715, d 13 July 1804, m1 Abigail Nason, dau of Benjamin; m2 Lois (Jones) Wentworth. 6. Mary, b 8 May 1717, m _____ Hodgdon. 7. Jeremiah, b 9 Jan 1719. 8. Anna, b 1 Mar 1720. 9. Charles, b 29 Dec 1721, m Abigail Hilton. 10. Elisha, bpt 24 May 1724.

            vii.            DANIEL, b Kittery 13 Mar 1689; d Scarborough 14 Aug 1738; m 28 May 1711 SARAH JENKINS, dau of Jabez and Hannah (Curtis) Jenkins. She m2 Scarborough 14 Aug 1738 (LND, 477) Clement Meserve. Children, surname Stone: 1. Solomon, b ca 1712, m Scarborough 10 July 1736 Alice Libby, b 28 Nov 1714, dau of David and Hester (Hanscom) Libby. 2. Hannah. 3. Daniel. 4. Archelaus, d Gorham after 1779-80, prob m Sarah Weston of Falmouth, at least 1 ch. 5. Mary. 6. Sarah. 7. John.

            viii.            ABIGAIL, b Kittery 29 Nov 1691; m her first cousin WILLIAM GOODWIN, #22.iii. See William's bio for more info.

            ix.            ELIZABETH, b Kittery 13 May 1694; m 16 Nov 1720 NATHANIEL SMITH, b 15 Sep 1695, d 6 Aug 1757, son of Nicholas and Mary (Gordon) Smith. His will, of Kingston, 12 June 1753 (LND, 646). Seven children, surname Smith.

            x.            LEAH, b Kittery 31 Dec 1698; m1 18 Dec 1718 as his second wife (BVR, 112) RICHARD RANDALL of Berwick (LND, 576), admin granted 25 Oct 1723 to Leah, son of Richard of Dover; m2? Berwick 3 Jan 1724/5 (BVR, 112) JAMES EVANS. Richard m1 (July 1715) Sarah Gare (MPA 3/155, 5/47,68). Children, surname Randall: 1. Richard, d by 1737. 2. John, not heard from in 5 yrs (1737). 3. Elizabeth, only heir, m Abner Clements (perhaps one or more of these children were from his first marriage).

19. DANIELC4 GOODWIN (5. MargaretC3 Spencer, Patience2 William1), born Berwick circa 1656; died there Apr 1726 (MPA 3:254, 262); married 17 Dec 1682 (KVR) AMY THOMPSON, daughter of Miles and Ann Thompson. Amy's sister Sarah married Daniel's brother James. Daniel and his brother Moses filed wills on the same day (MPA 3/255).

1726 Will of Daniel Goodwin

            In the Name of God Amen I Daniel Goodin Senr of Berwick in the County of York in the Province of the Massachusetts Bay in N.E. Husbandman Being Weak in Body but of a Sound Disposing Mind and memory Do make and Ordain this my Last Will and Testament in Manner and form following hereby revokeing all Other Will or Wills heretofore by me made.

            First of all I Give and Bequeath my Soul to God Placeing my only Trust in his mercy and the merrits of my Redeemer Jesus Christ: and I Commend my body to the Earth to be Decently buried by my Executor hereafter Named In hope of a Glorious Resurrection to life again. And as for such Worldly Estate which it hath Pleased Almighty God to Give me after my Debts and funerall Charges Is paid I Will and Dispose of it in ye following manner

            Imprimis I Give and Bequeath to my Son Daniel Goodin five shillings to be paid in Bills of Credit: as also my Part of the Ten Acres of Meadow at Humphrys Pond to him and his Heirs forever.

            Item I Give and Bequeath to my Son Miles Goodin five Shillings to be paid in Bills of Credit.

            Item I Give and Bequeath to my Son Nathanll Goodin five Shillings as Also it is my will that the Land I Bought of Nicholas & Elizabeth Turbit Shall be to him & his Heirs for ever

            Item I Give to my Son Samuel Goodin five Shillings to be paid in Bills of Credit.

            Item I Give to my Son James five Shillings in Bills of Credit haveing Given him, a Cow Already reserved in My Deed of Gift of Gift to my son Thomas to be to my Dispose.

            Item I Give to my Daughter Margaret Hodsdon five Shillings to be paid in bills of Credit.

            Item I Give to my Daughter Amy Goodin five Shillings to be be paid in Bills of Credit.

            Item I Give and Bequeath to my Daughter Sarah Goodin one Cow being one of the three Cows Reserved to my Dispose in the Deed of Gift to my Son Thomas Goodin & also I Give and Bequeath five Shillings to her to be paid in bills of Credit.

            Item I Give & bequeath to my Daughter Ann More five Shillings to be paid in Bills of Credit having Given her a Cow one of the three Reserved to be Disposed of in my Deed of Gift aforsd

            Item I Give and Bequeath to my well Beloved wife all the rest of my Personall Estate not already Disposed of by my Deed of Gift Aforsaid that is to say All the household Stuff and the rest of ye Personall Estate not Disposed of to be to her Sole Use Benefit and behoof forever to be Disposed of at her Decease or in her life by will or other Instrument in writing According to her Pleasure

            Item I Give my homestead to my son Thomas Goodin with the live Stock &ct As is more Particularly Exprest in ye fore mentd Deed of Gift to him & his heirs forever he paying or Allowing my Said Wife half the Income of Said homestead. Lastly I Constitute my Son Thomas Goodin my Sole Executor of this my Last will & Testament.

            Appointing my Beloved Friends Deacon Job Emery and Deacon John Hupper Overseers of this my will whom I Desire to be Adviseing to my Said Executor and to have an Eye to the Execution of this my Last Will & Testament

            Signed Sealed and Declared to be the Last will and Testament of me the Subscriber Daniel Goodin this. 12. Day of April Anno Dom: 1726 in Presence of. Daniel Goodin

John Hupper Junr
John Short
Thomas (his mark) Bragden (MW, 278-80)

Children (KVR, 8), surname GOODWIN:

            i.            MARGARETC5, b Kittery 23 Aug 1683; d before 1756; m Oct 1700 (NEHGR 98) JOSEPH HODSDON, will probated 4 Apr 1764, son of Benoni and Abigail (Curtis) Hodsdon (ibid). Children (KVR, 16), surname Hodsdon: 1. Abigail, b 16 July 1700, m 26 Dec 1721 Gabrial Hamilton Jr, whose will was probated 1763. 2. Benjamin, b 23 Jan 1702, d 1774, m pub 8 Sep 1722 Mary Shorey, b 23 Sep 1702, dau of Samuel Shorey. 3. Amie, b 22 Nov 1704, m 14 Mar 1725 Deacon John Shorey, son of Samuel who d 1762. 4. Joseph, bpt 19 Apr 1716. 5. Elizabeth, bpt 19 Apr 1716, m1 John Pierce, m2 Timothy Wentworth Jr. 6. Judith, bpt 19 Apr 1716, m Mr Lewis. 7. Prudence, bpt 17 June 1720, d 1774, unm. (These last 4 are from John Hayes Goodwin, Daniel Goodwin of Ancient Kittery, ME, 1985, copy at LDS, Salt Lake City: not verified in other works.)

            ii.            DANIEL, b Kittery 13 June 1685 (KVR); drowned 12 Aug 1734; m 30 Dec 1708 (KVR, 36) ABIGAIL ROBERTS, bpt 3 Dec 1735, dau of Hatevil. Children, surname Goodwin: 1. Lydia, b Dover NH 27 Mar 1710, m 1731 Daniel Paul, b Kittery 16 Feb 1703, son of Daniel, 3 ch. 2. Daniel, b 29 Sep 1713, m. 3. Abigail, b 15 Aug 1715, m. 4. Amy, b 15 Nov 1718. 5. Mary, b 15 Jan 1720, bpt 18 Oct 1721, m 23 Mar 1737/8 Thomas Kimball, b York 28 Nov 1712, son of Thomas Kimball, 6 ch. 6. Sarah, b 3 Aug 1722, bpt 18 Oct 1722. 7. James, b 22 June 1724, d 22 Sep 1724. 8. Ann, bpt 11 Sep 1726, m 1740 Thomas Cousins, b 26 Sep 1717, son of Ichabod Cousins.

            iii.            MILES, b Kittery 31 July 11687 (KVR); m ESTHER _____, who d Sep 1736. Children (4 bpt Berwick 1736), surname Goodwin: 1. Mary, m 15 July 1731 John Ford, b 3 June 1708, son of John Ford, 5 ch. 2. Caleb, b ca 1710, bpt 29 Sep 1736, settled in Bowdoinham, had ch. 3. Margaret, bpt 29 Sep 1736, m Nathaniel Bartlett of Exeter NH. 4. Daniel, bpt 1736, m. 5. Stephen, b 6 Aug 1736 (Clinton ME VR), lived in Clinton ME. Possibly additional children: Paul and Joshua.

            iv.            NATHANIEL, b Kittery 29 Oct 1689 (KVR); m (cert) Oct 1713 MARY (TIBBITTS) GYLES, dau of Jeremiah and Mary (Twombly) Tibbetts, widow of John Giles. Children, all b by Jan 1722 (LND) & bpt Berwick 16 Jan 1723, surname Goodwin: 1. Amy. 2. Nathaniel, m Mary White, lived Kennebunk, 5 ch. 3. Benjamin, m Sarah Hearl, 9 ch. 4. Mary. 5. Solomon, m Abigail Hooper. 6. John, b 1719, m Martha Nason.

            v.            AMY/AMIE, b Kittery 19 Apr 1693 (KVR); m 6 Nov 1712 her first cousin MOSES GOODWIN, #22.ii, see Moses' bio for more info.

            vi.            SAMUEL, b Kittery 24 May 1695 (KVR); m1 13 Sep 1719 SARAH DAVIS; m2 York 7 Nov 1734 JUDITH (PREBLE) SMITH, widow of Benjamin. Resided in S Berwick, but moved to York after his first wife's death. Children with first wife, surname Goodwin: 1. Sarah, bpt 7 Apr 1721. 2. George, bpt 5 Aug 1722, m1 Abigail Ayres, m2 _____, m3 Miss Walker. 3. Bartholomew, bpt 9 Aug 1724, m _____. 4. Sarah, bpt 4 May 1729, m Moses Butler, bpt S Berwick Feb 1730/1, son of Capt Moses Butler, 7 ch. 5. David, bpt 4 May 1729. 6. Keturah, bpt 27 June 1731. Children with second wife: 7. Benjamin, b 6 Nov 1735, m Sarah Carter. 8. Amaziah, b 22 Apr 1739, m1 Mary Bracy, m2 Sarah Butler.

            vii.            JAMES, bpt Kittery 15 July 1697; living 1726; m1 ELIZABETH JAMES, b 4 Mar 1696/7; m2 before 1718 (Daniel Goodwin of Ancient Kittery) SUSANNAH DURGIN, settled in Newmarket NH, his son James was his executor, 1757. Children, surname Goodwin: 1. Susannah, bpt Mar 1719, m Mr Palmer. 2. Zerviah. 3. James, b ca 1725, m Mehitable Lawrence.

            viii.            THOMAS, called Thomas Jr, b Kittery 5 Aug 1699 (KVR); d 3 Apr 1769 "Mr. Thos Goodwin of the Lower End of Berwick Dy'd (Henry Goodwin's Father)". Monday April 3 1769" (NEHGR 74:124); m1 Portsmouth 20 Dec 1722 ABIGAIL SEWARD, b 1700, dau of Henry and Mary (Huntress) Seward of Portsmouth (NHGR 7:177) 6 or more children bpt Berwick; may have m2 ELIZABETH ABBOTT. Children, surname Goodwin: 1. Henry, bpt 21 Nov 1723, m S Berwick 28 Feb 1747 Susan Weymouth, d ca 1798, dau of Benoni Weymouth (Donald Goodwin, The Goodwin Family of Southwestern Nova Scotia Canada). 2. Susannah, bpt 23 May 1725, d Biddeford 9 Mar 1788, m Saco 13 Mar 1784 Robert Patton. 3. Daniel, b 25 Dec 1726, m Martha Pierce. 4. Gideon, bpt 24 July 1729, dy. 5. Gideon, bpt 5 Oct 1732, m Elizabeth Jenkins. 6. Reuben, bpt w/ Charity at a "private meeting at ye widow Amy Goodwin," their grandmother (NEHGR 82:206) 29 Oct 1736. 7. Charity, bpt 29 Oct 1736 (ibid), d 27 Mar 1805, m 18 Dec 1760 Thomas Abbott, son of Thomas and Mary (Legro) Abbott, 3 ch.

            ix.           SARAH, b Kittery 23 Sep 1701 (KVR); m (int) 5 Dec 1729 JOSIAH PAUL. Children (KVR, 75), surname Paul: 1. Sarah, b 13 Nov 1730. 2. Moses, b 17 Mar 1731/2, m1 Abigail Nason, m2 widow of Samuel Dam, m3 Patience Mason. 3. Anna, b 25 Feb 1733/4. 4. Amy, bpt 25 Feb 1736. 5. Daniel, bpt Aug 1739.

            x.            ANNE, b Kittery 19 Oct; d 24 Nov 1703 (KVR).

            xi.           ANNE, b Kittery 16 Feb 1704/5 (KVR); d 1 Aug 1732, age 28 (gs, Old Fields Cem); m 16 Jan 1723/4 WILLIAM MORE or MOORE, a merchant of Berwick in 1730, an Irishman. Children, surname Moore: 1. David, d Lebanon 9 Mar 1777 (Hasey's Diary). 2. Susanna, d 1 Aug 1732 (gs, Old Fields), m William Rogers.

20. THOMASC4 GOODWIN SR (5. Margaret C3 Spencer, Patience 2 William 1), born Berwick circa 1657; died before administration of his estate was granted to widow Mehitable 26 Mar 1714 (MPA 2/141,188, 3/64); married 1685 MEHITABLE PLAISTED, born 1670, died after 2 June 1740 (YD), daughter of Roger and Olive (Coleman) Plaisted.

            He and his wife and infant son were captured by Indians at William Love's Inn at Salmon Falls ME.

            "Thomas and Mehitable were separated after capture and each believed the other dead; indeed a local tradition says that "Hetty" took to herself a new husband in Canada and left him when she learned that Thomas was living. This seems doubtful, as no record of the marriage has been found. Mehitable's story has been printed in the Magnalia and elsewhere.

            She had a cruel captor who was disturbed by the wailing of her young baby. To quiet the child she would sit for hours in the snow far from the fire, but the Indian, impatient of her slow progress, snatched it from her arms and killed it.

            Three years later, at Montreal, on Monday, 11 May, 1693, there was solemnly baptized an English woman, called in her own country, Mehetabel and by the French, who captured her in war 18 March 1690, Esther, who, born at Barwic, in New England 30 April (old style or 19 May new style) 1670, of the marriage of Roger Pleisted, Protestant, and of Olive Colman, of the same religion, and married to Thomas Gouden, also Protestant, living since nearly three years in the service of Mademoiselle de Nauguiere. She was named Marie Esther... "

            (Coleman, New England Captives Carried to Canada I:185-186).

            "Hitobl Goodin" was one of those redeemed in Oct 1695 by Mathew Cary (ibid, I:74). She and Thomas settled at Old Fields, S Berwick. In Feb 1726, widow Mehitable sold land in Berwick which had been sold to Daniel Goodwin in 1674 from Moses Spencer (YD). Her handmade gravestone is in the Old Fields burying ground in Berwick (Coleman I:186).

Children, surname GOODWIN:

            i.            sonC5, killed by Indians 1690 (Cotton Mather: Magnalia Christie Americana).

            ii.            THOMAS JR, b Kittery 29 July 1697 (KVR, 11); living Oct 1755; m 2 Dec 1722 ELIZABETH BUTLER, b & bpt Berwick 22 Sep 1699, dau of Thomas and Elizabeth (Abbott) Butler and niece of Sarah Abbott who m Thomas Wills (LND, 57-8). Children, surname Goodwin: 1. Elisha, bpt S Berwick 9 Oct 1726, m Sarah _____, at Blueberry Hill, 10 ch. 2. Thomas, bpt 9 Oct 1726, m1 Mary Hicks, m2 Eunice Lord. 3. Olive, bpt 26 July 1728, m 19 Dec 1745 S Berwick Nathan Lord Jr, 4 ch. 4. Moses, bpt 27 Oct 1728, d 1766, unm. 5. Elizabeth, bpt 9 Aug 1730 or 6 Sep 1730, m1 29 Mar 1752 Alexander Shapleigh who d 1762, she m2 Samuel Jenness of Rye NH, 4 ch. 6. Mary, bpt 15 Apr 1733, d 18 July 1736. 7. James, b 17 Mar 1735, d 18 July 1736. 8. Capt James, bpt 15 May 1737, m Sarah Griffith. 9. Mollie, bpt 25 Jan 1740, unm 1766.

            iii.            ICHABOD, b Kittery 1 June 1700 (KVR, 11); d 27 Oct 1777 (Master Tate's Diary); m 25 Aug 1729 ELIZABETH SCAMMON, d 8 Feb 1774 (NH Gazette, 60), dau of Capt Humphrey of Saco. He was a blacksmith of Berwick 1728/9. 10 children, surname Goodwin: 1. Hannah, b 24 July 1730, m 23 Nov 1749 Tristram Jordan who d 1821, age 90, 3 ch. 2. Ichabod, b 17 Aug 1732, d 1732. 3. Humphrey, b 24 Dec 1735, d 26 Aug 1736. 4. Mary, b 24 Jan 1736/7, d 16 Apr 1774, age 37 (NH Gazette, 60), m1 Blackberry Hill, Berwick, Foxwell Curtis Cutts, son of Richard Cutts, m2 S Berwick

1762 Rev John Fairfield, son of William Fairfield, 5 ch. 5. Ichabod, b & d 1739. 6. Dominicus, b 24 Apr 1741, m1 Hannah Hill, d Berwick 10 Mar 1772 (Master Tate's Diary, 183); m2 Elizabeth (Littlefield) Perkins. 7. Ichabod, b 14 May 1743, m Mary Wallingford. 8. Samuel, b 17 Aug 1745, unm. 9. Elizabeth, b 25 Dec 1748, unm. 10. Sally, b 21 Apr 1754, m1 S Berwick 24 Apr 1772 Temple Hight, son of William Hight, m2 Rishworth Jordan, son of Judge Rishworth Jordan, 5 ch.

            iv.            MEHITABLE, b ca 1702; d 1761 (GDMNH); m before 1758 THOMAS BUTLER, b Berwick 6 Mar 1698 (KVR, 17), d between 12 Feb 1759 (date of will) and 4 Apr 1759 (date of proving; MW 864-5), son of Thomas and Elizabeth (Abbott) Butler (KVR, 17). They lived in Portsmouth. She is probably the Bial who owned the covenant on 20 May 1716, name shortened by Rev Wise. Children, named in father's will, surname Butler: 1. Moses. 2. Thomas. 3. Olive. 4. Elizabeth. 5. Mary. 6. Samuel. 7. (LND, 124, says 7 children).

            v.            OLIVE, bpt Berwick 14 Mar 1707/8 (NEHGR 82[1928]:75); d 12 May 1772 (LND, 188) or 10 June 1774 (Master Tate's Diary, 189); m by 1758 TIMOTHY DAVIS of Berwick, bpt 25 Dec 1715, d 10 June 1774 (ibid), possibly son of James and Susanna. Child, surname Davis: 1. perhaps Timothy who m Margaret _____ and had children bpt at 1st Congregational Church of Biddeford in the 1750s (MHGR VI & VII).

            vi.            MARY, b 1708, bpt 18 June 1710; m1 Portsmouth 1729 RICHARD LORD JR, b ca 1708, d ca 1735 (MPA 16/241, 275, 473), son of Capt Richard and Mary (Goodwin) Lord (The supposed marriage to John Davis as reported in NEHGR 25:395 is incorrect); m2 ca 1740 (KVR, 13, MPA 16/241,275,473) JOHN COOPER JR, b 7 Oct 1702, d 1792. Children, surname Lord: 1. Daniel, dy. 2. Richard, dy. 3. Olive, m 25 Aug 1750 Jonathan Abbott Jr (MPA 9/54, 12/376), son of Jonathan and Bathsheba (Brackett) Abbott. Children, surname Cooper: 4. Sarah, bpt 14 Feb 1741/2. 5. Alexander, bpt 18 Aug 1745, m 31 Dec 1756 Patience Goodwin. 6. Mary, bpt 21 Mar 1746/7, m 27 Nov 1765 Moses Warren, son of James. 7. Daniel, bpt 25 May 1749, m 2 Dec 1773 Mary Warren, dau of William. 8. John.

            vii.            JAMES, m MARGARET WALLINGFORD; both alive 1756. Children, surname Goodwin: 1. Margaret, bpt Berwick 27 Feb 1741/2, m 30 Oct 1763 Thomas Hodgdon Jr, bpt 10 June 1739, will Apr 1810, resided Cranberry Meadow, 5 ch. 2. Mehitable, b Berwick 24 Apr 1744, m 22 Oct 1767 Thomas Chadbourne, b 30 Apr 1743, son of Joseph (see Thomas for 5 ch). 3. Major Jedediah, bpt 18 May 1746, m Hannah Emery. 4. Olive, bpt 28 May 1749, m S Berwick 19 Mar 1770 (BVR) Nehemiah Gray, lived in Coxhall/Lyman, bur Elder Grey Cem, N Waterborough, at least 1 ch. 5. Mary, bpt 4 Feb 1753, m Somersworth 1 Apr 1772 (Master Tate's Diary) Dr Ebenezer Hall. 6. Silas, bpt 8 June 1760, m1 Isabella Bragdon, m2 Anna Clements. 7. Amos Wallingford, bpt 13 Apr 1755, m Eunice Getchell. 8. Thomas, b 14 Jan 1763, m Anna Goodwin. 9. James, taken prisoner in Revolution and d in Halifax prison. 10. Silas, taken prisoner in Revolution and d in Halifax prison.

21. JAMESC4 GOODWIN (5. Margaret C3 Spencer, Patience 2 William 1), born Berwick circa 1658; died 31 July 1697 (Pike's Journal; KVR); married by John Wincoll, Esq., J.P. (NEHGR, 28:118;49:46) York 9 Dec 1686 (Frost & Anderson, Marriage Returns of York County, 1) SARAH THOMPSON, baptized April 1703, died Berwick before 1714 (KVR), daughter of Miles and Ann Thompson. Sarah married second Dec 1703 (Pike's Journal) William Hearl, whose first wife had been Patience Etherington (#25).

            James and his half-brother Thomas were given land by their father 14 July 1683. James served on the jury 1696-97. He died of wounds inflicted when he was attacked by Indians while working in a field 29 July 1697.

Children (daus: KVR, 8; sons: Goodwin Family Newsletter, BarryGoodwin@aol.com; all: J H Goodwin, Daniel Goodwin of Ancient Kittery), surname GOODWIN:

            i.            ADAM and/or HAMC5, b 12 Apr 1687. LND lists Adam but does not list Ham in this family. They may be twins but may be transcription errors for the same person.

            ii.           JAMES. LND does not list James in this family.

            iii.          SARAH, b 6 Jan 1689; d 16 May 1696.

            iv.           MARY, b 23 May 1691; d between 11 Mar 1756 when she wrote her will and 5 Apr 1763 when Joseph Lord admin it (MPA 11/101); m (NEHGR 25:395) JOHN DAVIS or m ca 1707 (YD 37:225-6) Capt RICHARD LORD, b Kittery 1 Mar 1684/5 (KVR, 29), d before 21 May 1754 when admin granted to Mary (MPA 7/27, 9/229), son of Nathan and Martha (Tozier) Lord of Berwick (LND). Mary may have married second John Davis (LND, Barry Goodwin). Children (MPA 9/53, 11/101), surname Lord: 1. Richard, b 1708, m Mary Lord (#20.vi). 2. Annah, m _____ Shackley. 3. Keziah, m _____ Nason. 4. James. 5. Aaron. 6. Joseph. 7. Jabez.

            v.            THOMAS, b ca 1693; bpt 9 Oct 1726; m 9 Oct 1726 HANNAH WELLS. LND does not list Thomas in this family. Child, surname Goodwin: 1. Thomas.

            vi.            perhaps JOHN. The birth, death, marriage and son Nathan attributed in this volume to John Goodwin #22.iv, son of William and Deliverance (Taylor) Goodwin, are listed in Daniel Goodwin of Ancient Kittery as belonging to John in this family.

            vii.            RICHARD5, b Dover NH 1714; may have d Dover 9 Apr 1776 (Master Tate's Diary) ; m1 SARAH HALL, 5 ch; m2 ELIZABETH TIBBETTS. LND does not list Richard in this family.

22. WILLIAMC4 GOODWIN (5. Margaret C3 Spencer, Patience 2 William 1), born Berwick 1663 (rickmorgan@mediaone.net; CFAA); died Kittery 1714 (adm granted Mar 1714); married Kittery Oct 1687 DELIVERANCE TAYLOR born S Berwick circa 1670, daughter of John and Martha (Redding) Taylor (The Goodwin News, Vol 19-30).

            Lived on the Taylor homestead at Salmon Falls. His will was written 26 Apr 1713 (MW, 178-179) and proven 26 Mar 1714.

Children (KVR, 18) born Berwick (BVR), surname GOODWIN:

            i.            MARGARETC5, b 19 Dec 1687; d Berwick after 1748 (LND); m Kittery 15 Feb 1707/8 (KVR, 36) JAMES FROST of Kittery, b ca 1683, prob son of William and Mary (Wakefield) Frost (LND). Children, surname Frost: 1. James, b 5 Nov 1707, m 25 Dec 1729 Sarah Nason, 11 ch. 2. William, b 15 Feb 1710, m Love Butler, b 10 July 1713, dau of Thomas1 and Elizabeth (Abbott) Butler of Berwick, 11 ch. 3. Nathaniel, b 14 Aug 1713, d Gorham ca 1763, 8 ch. 4. John, bpt 22 Oct 1716, m Lydia _____, went to Nova Scotia. 5. Stephen, bpt 12 Apr 1719, d ca 1759, 8 ch. 6. Mary, bpt 29 Sep 1723, m Maj Charles Gerrish. 7. Jeremiah, bpt 24 Dec 1725, m Miriam Harding, went to Nova Scotia. 8. Jane, bpt 10 May 1728, m 10 Mar 1747 Caleb Emery, son of Daniel. 9. Margaret, bpt 13 July 1730, m 18 June 1752 William Haskell.

            ii.            MOSES b 18 Nov 1689; will made 9 May 1769; d 8 Feb 1772 (Master Tate, 182); m 6 Nov 1712 AMIE/AMY GOODWIN, #19.v; left widow ANN _____. He lived in Berwick at death. Children, surname Goodwin: 1. Rachel, bpt 14 Dec 1727, m Eleazer Clark, son of William Clark, 6 ch. 2. Charles, bpt 14 Dec 1727. 3. Katherine, bpt 14 Dec 1727, m Benjamin Austin. 4. Priscilla, bpt 14 Dec 1727, m John Jones. 5. Daniel, bpt 24 July 1729. 6. Amy, bpt 27 May 1730. 7. Reuben, bpt 27 Apr 1734, m Hannah Abbott. 8. Moses, bpt 10 May 1735, not named in father's 1769 will. 9. William, bpt 10 May 1735. 10. Ann, bpt 8 June 1735. 11. Ruth, bpt 4 May 1737, m William Clark.

            iii.            WILLIAM, b 11 May 1692; d after 1770; m before 1720 his cousin ABIGAIL STONE, #18.viii. Children, surname Goodwin: 1. William, bpt 22 Apr 1725, m1 Mary Butler, m2 Sarah Stone. 2. Patience, bpt 22 Apr 1725. 3. James, b ca 1721, m. 4. Abigail, bpt 22 Apr 1725, m 17 Nov 1749 John Gubtail, b 1726, d 1762, 3 ch. 5. Deliverance, bpt 23 Apr 1725. 6. Elijah, bpt 23 Mar 1726/7, m1 Abigail Tarbox, m2 Eunice Foy Hammond. 7. Jeremiah, bpt 4 June 1732, dy. 8. Shipway, bpt 4 June 1732, m1 Lydia Lord, m2 Catherine Abbott. 9. Sarah, bpt 1 Sep 1734. 10. Jeremiah, bpt 24 July 1737, m Lydia Thompson.

            iv.            JOHN, b 2 Sep 1694; d after 1758; m Berwick 12 June 1715 PATIENCE WILLOUGHBY. John being sick, he and 2 of his 8 children were bpt 16 Apr 1746. See also #21.vi. Children, surname Goodwin: 1. John, m Martha _____. 2. Willowby, bpt 16 Apr 1745, m Lydia Knox. 3. Joseph, bpt June 1724, m Elizabeth Warren. 4. Henry, d Argyle, Yarmouth, Nova Scotia 19 May 1798, m. 5. Nathan, m Margaret _____. 6. Martha, bpt 31 Jan 1741. 7. William. 8. Noah, b 1726 or 1734, d Argyle Yarmouth NS ca 1794, m ca 1749 (rickmorgan@mediaone.net) Abigail _____, ch. 9. perhaps Timothy, but no mention if him in Berwick records.

            v.            JAMES, b 4 Mar 1696/7; d after 1757; m1 ABIGAIL DURGIN, b ca 1698, d 26 Nov 1718, dau of James & Susanna ( ) (Davis) Durgin; m2 after 1718 (LND, 211) SUSANNA/SARAH DURGIN, b ca 1700, d after 1740, sister of Abigail. James lived at Oyster River (Durham) NH 1719-25 and later at New Market NH. He also lived in Falmouth. His will names son, 2 daus. Children, surname Goodwin: 1. Margaret, bpt 3 June 1733. 2. Sarah, b 7 Mar 1735. 3. Sarah, b 20 Feb 1737, m bef 1756 Richard York of Dover, son of Benjamin and Abigail (Footman) York, 2 ch. 4. son, possibly John.

            vi.            ELIZABETH, b 17 Dec 1699; d after 1752; m 29 Oct 1725 WILLIAM LIBBY, b Portsmouth NH ca 1702, d Falmouth 1752, son of Daniel2 and Elizabeth (Kirke) Libby of Scarborough and Portsmouth. William and Elizabeth lived in Berwick, Scarborough, then on the Presumpscot River in Falmouth (Libby Family in America, 1882, 38,60). Child b to singlewoman Elizabeth: 1. Love, bpt 21 Mar 1724/5. Elizabeth accused Thomas Butler Jr, who later m her younger cousin, Mehitable Goodwin. Children (John Hayes Goodwin), surname Libby: 2. Lydia, b ca 1727, m1 1754 John Motley of Falmouth, m2 1764 John Blake who d 1824 at a very advanced age. 3. Abigail, b Scarborough 14 Nov 1729, m 1 Aug 1754 William Wiswall. 4. Joseph, b Scarborough 24 Mar 1732, m1 7 Jan 1758 Mary Huston, 7 ch incl Charlotte who m James Thomas (CFAA); m2 4 Apr 1782 Hannah Hanson, 1 ch (Libby, 104). 4. Samuel, b Falmouth 1 Feb 1737, d Mar 1825, m1 Mary Frost, m2 by 1762 Jemima Leighton, moved to Gouldborough ME (Libby, 105), 5 ch. 5. Daniel, b 1742, d 25 Nov 1826, m 1 July 1762 Sarah Doughty, d 3 May 1831, they were early settlers of Gray ME, 15 ch (ibid).

            vii.            HANNAH, b 2 Aug 1701 (LND); d 10 Mar 1772 (Daniel Goodwin of Ancient Kittery); m Berwick 18 Feb 1723 (ibid) her 2nd cousin ETHERINGTON HEARLE, #25.vii. See Etherinton's bio for more info and children.

            viii.            ADAM, b ca 1703, d after 1763 (LND); m1 by 1729 SARAH _____; m2 (MPA 4/141) MEHITABEL THOMPSON. Children with first wife, surname Goodwin: 1. Mehitable, b 1727, m 2 Aug 1769 Thomas Goodwin. 2. Sarah, bpt 30 Mar 1729. 3. Sarah, bpt 29 Dec 1734. 4. son, bpt 25 Nov 1736. 5. Moses, bpt 3 May 1737. 6. Adam, bpt 21 June 1741. 7. child, bpt 21 June 1741. Children with second wife, surname Goodwin: 8. daughter, b 27 Aug 1746. 9. Ephraim, b 9 Apr 1749, m 24 June 1779 (Libby, 53) Mirian Libby, dau of Nathaniel & Miriam (Knight) Libby. 10. Amy, b 10 Nov 1752.

            ix.           TAYLOR, b ca 1705, drowned Berwick 2 Aug 1773 (BVR, 304); m by 1733 ELIZABETH NASON, dau of Benjamin, who m2 Peter Grant. They resided at Old Fields, S Berwick. 12 Children, surname Goodwin: 1. Benjamin, bpt 15 Apr 1732/3, dy. 2. Martha, b 19 Apr 1732 (Berwick First Church), dy. 3. Benjamin, bpt 24 Apr 1737, dy. 4. Elisha, bpt 14 May 1738. 5. Moses, bpt 22 Feb 1740/1. 6. Mollie, bpt 27 Mar 1742/3, m S Berwick John Abbott, son of Samuel and Elizabeth (Brackett) Abbott, 12 ch. 7. William, bpt 19 May 1745, m Rachel Abbott, dau of Walter and Lydia Abbott. 8. Hannah, bpt 27 Mar 1747, m Richard Whitehouse, 3 ch. 9. Martha, bpt 8 Mar 1752. 10. Benjamin, bpt 4 Nov 1754 (VR), m1 Mary Shacley, m2 Elizabeth Linscott, m3 Sally Newell Bedel. 11. Joseph, b 1754, m S Berwick Sarah Pritchard. 12. Elizabeth, b Jan 1755, m S Berwick 19 Sep 1773 Nathaniel Grant, 13 ch.

            x.            MARY, b ca 1707, d Scarborough before June 1738 (John's m2); m 15 June 1728 (Libby, 27-8, 42) Capt JOHN LIBBY, b ca 1700, drowned 9 Jun 1755, son of Henry and Honor (Hinkson) Libby. He m2 15 June 1738 Anne Fogg. They lived at Oak Hill, Scarborough. Children, surname Libby: 1. Henry, b 6 Oct 1729, dy. 2. Hannah, b 4 Mar 1731, m John Fogg. 3. Lucy, bpt June 1735, dy. 4. Edward, bpt 21 June 1735, dy.

23. MOSESC4 GOODWIN (5. MargaretC3 Spencer, Patience2 William1), born Berwick circa 1665; died there between 21 Apr 1726 when he wrote his will and 12 May 1726 when his estate was probated (MW, 280-2); married S Berwick 7 Sep 1694 ABIGAIL TAYLOR, daughter of John. They lived on 18 acres at Pipe Stave Hill, S Berwick.

Children (first 4 in KVR, 30, remainder named in father's will), surname GOODWIN:

            i.            MARTHAC5, b 22 May 1695; m1 30 Aug 1711 JAMES GRAY, son of George and Sarah Gray; m2 URIAH PAGE. James was a husbandman of Berwick. His will 18 Jun-4 July 1726 names 5 sons and dau. Children with first husband, all bpt 17 Sep 1727, surname Gray: 1. Martha. 2. Francis. 3. Moses. 4. Taylor. 5. James. 6. Alexander. 7. Mary. Children, surname Page: 8. Martha, and possibly illegitimate twins.

            ii.            PATIENCE, b 11 Feb 1697; m 4 Dec 1719 THOMAS BOND of Portsmouth NH (NEHGR 24:13).

            iii.            MARY, b 18 Sep 1699; m (KVR, 15) JAMES WARREN III, b 8 June 1698, son of James and Mary (Fost) Warren. Children, surname Warren: see #59.iii James.

            iv.            ABIGAIL, b 29 Jan 1700/1; m Portsmouth NH 29 Dec 1729 WILLIAM BENNETT "of Topsham in Great Britain" (NEHGR 24:360).

            v.            MOSES JR, bpt 28 Feb 1724/5; unm. He speaks in his will of his sister Martha.

            vi.            AARON, b 1702; d before will proved 28 May 1772 (MPA 12/341); m1 SARAH THOMPSON, dau of John Thompson; m2 24 May 1770 RUTH BEAL. Named in will of father. Children, b S Berwick, surname Goodwin: 1. Moses, b 8 May 1732, dy. 2. Mary, b 6 Apr 1735, m 15 Nov 1763 Peltiah March. 3. Abigail, b 20 June 1745, m Zachariah Beal. 4. Ebenezer, b 9 Aug 1747, m Abigail Hubbard. 5. Aaron, b 18 Aug 1754, m Sarah Hubbard.

            vii.            PHEBE, b about 1704; m by Rev Jeremiah Wise 10 Jan 1725 JOB EMERY, b 23 July 1697, son of Job Emery. Child, surname Emery: 1. Eleanor, bpt as an adult 8 July 1744.

            viii.            ELIZABETH, b about 1706; m before 1733 JOHN GRAY, b Berwick 29 July 1708, son of Alexander and Elizabeth (Thompson) Gray. They moved by 1743 to the Montsweag area of Wiscasset. Children, surname Gray: 1. Ebenezer, bpt 2 Sep 1733. 2. Dorcas, bpt 2 Sep 1733, d 1812/3, m Joseph Greenleaf. 3. John, bpt 11 May 1735. 4. Abigail, bpt 27 Mar 1737. 5. Patience, bpt 20 July 1740. 6. (probably) Alexander, b after the family moved to Montsweag, d 9 Oct 1775, m 1763 Abigail Young (YCGSJ, Jan 1987). 7. (perhaps) John, b ca 1749, d 25 Dec 1824, age 75.

            ix.            MARGARET, b about 1708, bpt 23 or 28 Feb 1724/5; m before 1735 ELIAS GRANT, bpt 8/9 June 1712/3, son of James and Rachel (Stone) Grant (#18.iv). Children, surname Grant: 1. Moses, bpt 8 Feb 1735/6. 2. Mary, bpt 18 Sep 1737. 3. Patience, bpt 22 Sep 1740, living 1820, age 79 (Revolutionary Pension application), m 13 July 1760 Moses Wadlin, living 1820, age 85 (ibid), son of Daniel (#28.ii) and Hannah (Thompson) Wadlin. 4. Keterah, bpt 6 Sep 1744. 5. Elisha, bpt 15 Apr 1755.

24. ELIZABETHC4 GOODWIN (5. MargaretC3 Spencer, Patience2 William1), born Berwick 1661; died before 16 Dec 1736; married first 9 Dec 1686 (LND, 222) ZACHARIAH EMERY, born about 1660, son of James; married second 22 Dec 1692 (LND, 222) PHILLIP HUBBARD, born Isle of Jersey, England May 1666, died before 22 Feb (MPA 2/130) 1713 (gs) "sometimes of the Isle of Jerzey" (KVR, 14; 1816 YCPO #10098). Both are buried at Hubbard Cemetery on Old Fields Rd in S Berwick, perhaps the original Hubbard farm.

Children (LND, 222), surname EMERY:

            i.            ELIZABETHC5, b 24 Nov 1687 (KVR, 14); d after Sep 1752 (named in John Gray's will (LND, 284); m1 by 1711 NATHANIEL TARBOX, b Lynn 25 Jan 1684, son of John and Mary (Haven) Tarbox, killed by Indians in 1723; m2 after 1726 JOHN GRAY Esq of Biddeford, d 1755. John came from London in 1716 and was a captain in French and Indian War (LND, 284). Elizabeth lived in Berwick 1713, Biddeford about 1720, called widow of Arundel in 6 July 1726 deed. Children (LND, 672), surname Tarbox: 1. Joseph, m 22 Feb 1732 Mary Belcher, 10 ch. 2. Benjamin, bpt Berwick 1 Mar 1713, m1 Biddeford (int) 1737 (Tarbox genealogy, MHS) Abigail Emery, b Berwick 20 Sep 1713, dau of Job and Charity (Nason) Emery, 10 ch; m2 5 Mar 1762 Hannah ( ) Smith, widow of James Smith, 9 ch. 3. John, b 4 May 1711, m Abigail _____, 9 ch. 4. Haven, b about 1718, m Biddeford 20 Nov 1746 (MHGR, 293) Miriam Demsy of Arundel, 9 ch. 5. Sarah, b 1725-6 (MW 3/207), m Biddeford 25 July 1745 (MHGR, 293) Job Roberts. Children (MW 9/82; Ridlon, 699; NEHGR 71:211), surname Gray: 6. Elizabeth, b 30 Aug 1727, m Ezekiel Cushing Esq of Falmouth. 7. Mary, b 23 Dec 1728, m after 1755 (Biddeford VR) James Staples of Biddeford. Olive, b 6 Feb 1730/1, d ca 1774, m Nathan Woodman of Buxton, b 26 June 1726, d 14 Aug 1834.

            ii.            ZACHARIAH, b 5 Oct 1690 (KVR, 14); m1 SARAH _____ who d 8 Oct 1732; m2 20 May 1733 REBECCA REDDINGTON of Topsfield; may have m3 THANKFUL FOSTER, b 26 June 1744 (Daniel Goodwin of Ancient Kittery). He was a cordwainer of Chelmsford in 1777. 10 children with 2nd wife.

            iii.            PHILIP5, b 9 Nov 1693; killed by Indians May 1723 (MPA 6/161); m ca 1717 ELIZABETH ROBERTS, dau of Joseph Roberts. She m2 Capt John Gage of Dover (LND, 353, MPA 5/48). Children (NEHGR 82:80-85), surname Hubbard: 1. Philip, bpt Berwick 24 Apr 1720. 2. Joseph, bpt 11 June 1721. 3. Elizabeth, bpt 21 Nov 1723 as "daughter of widow Hubbard."

            iv.            JOHN, b 25 Aug 1695; d after 1735; unm. He had a gristmill in Dover NH (LND, 353).

            v.            ELIZABETH, b 13 Feb 1697; d 31 Jan 1772; m Topsfield MA 13 Nov 1719 (LND) JACOB REDDINGTON of Topsfield, son of Sgt Daniel and Elizabeth Reddington (LND).

            vi.            MOSES, b 8 July 1700 (LND, 322); d 1764 (John F Schultze, www.myfamily.com); m 26 Dec 1723 (BVR, 112) ABIGAIL HEARD, b Kittery 15 Apr 1702, d 1764. Children (BVR, 206), surname Hubbard: 1. John Heard, b 23 Aug 1725, d 25 Mar 1791, m Dec 1748 Hannah Neale, b Kittery 23 Nov 1727 (John F Schultze, www.myfamily.com), had ch. 2. Jane, b 23 Jan 1726/7. 3. son, b 29 Feb 1728/9. 4. Warwick, b 31 Aug 1731. 5. daughter, b 3 Aug 1734.

            vii.            AARON, b 4 May 1702; d Topsfield 7 Sep 1751 (LND, 353-354); m Topsfield 1733 MARY (CURTIS) HOWE, widow of Isaac of Falmouth. Aaron was a tanner in Topsfield, and at Chelmsford in 1728 (LND, 353-4).

            viii.            PATIENCE, b 30 Mar 1704; d Georgetown 1751; m1 before 1723/4 Ens WILLIAM CARD, mariner of York, b 4 Feb 1696, d 12 Mar 1731, son of Thomas and Martha (Winchester) Card; m2 York 21 Aug 1733 (VR, 12) DANIEL FARNHAM. Children (YVR, 37), surname Card: 1. Mary, b 25 June 1724. 2. Joseph, b 27 Dec 1726. 3. Betty, b 3 Apr 1729. 4. Hephzibah, b 20 Apr 1731.

            ix.            MARY, b 25 Jan 1705/6; d 1744; m York 18 Nov 1726 (YVR, 116) JOHN BANE/BEAN/BEAL, b York 18 July 1700, d 17 May 1740 (LND, 95), son of Lewis and Mary (Austin) (Sayward) Bean. The name "Bane" was used until around 1750, when "Bane" and "Bean" came to be used interchangeably. Children (YVR, 42), surname Bane: 1. John, b 15 Mar 1726/7. 2. Elisabeth, b 6 Apr 1729. 3. Joseph, b 1 Apr 1731. 4. Mary, b 1 Apr 1733. 5. Huldah, b 24 July 1735.

25. PATIENCEC4 ETHERINGTON (6. MaryC3 Spencer, Patience2 William1), born circa 1656, died Kittery circa 1697 (York Co Court of Common Pleas, Box 40, 8-200, Nathan Lord vs. Thomas Hearl, et al.); married Berwick after Feb 1675 as his first wife WILLIAM HEARLE, who was alive on 13 May 1730 but dead by 10 June 1730 when his will was proved (YP #9032), perhaps son of John Hearl (YD 28:112) of Kittery (Joseph C Anderson II; "The Hearl/Earl Family of Berwick ME," YCGSJ 7:3,4; 8:1). He married second circa 1703 Sarah, widow of James Goodwin, and third Elizabeth (Grant) (Landers) Turner. William bought land south of the Great Works River in 1690, 1699 and 1703 (YD 6:69, LND, 323 as quoted in Anderson, above.) His son Richard was probably the son of his third wife.

            Patience Hearle received half of the goods which were formerly her father's in the division of her grandmother Patience (Chadbourne) Spencer's estate in 1683 (MPC III:189).

            We are most grateful to Joe Anderson for allowing us to use his full account of the early Hearl family that has been published in the York County Genealogical Society Journal, the three parts appearing in Vol 7, #3 and #4, and Vol 8, #1.

Children named in William's will, surname HEARLE:

            i.            JOHNC5, b by 1682 (land grant in 1703); d probably Kittery after 17 Jan 1742 (will dated) and before 17 Jan 1743 (will probated); m Berwick 17 Dec 1711 MARY BEARD, prob dau of Joseph and Esther (Philbrook) Beard of Dover. Children (BVR), surname Hearl: 1. John, bpt 18 Dec 1719, not named in will of 1742. 2. Joseph, bpt 18 Dec 1719, m (int) 2 Feb 1739/40 (KVR) Sarah Lord, 4 ch. 3. Ebenezer, bpt 18 Dec 1719, prob unm. 4. Benjamin, bpt 18 Dec 1719, m Sarah _____. 5. Esther/Hester, bpt June 1721, apparently unm in 1752. 6. Mary, named in father's will, m (int) 7 July 1744 (KVR) Uriah Hanscom, son of Job and Mary (Gowell) Hanscom, 10 ch (Hanscom Family Newsletter #31).

            ii.            MARGARET, b Kittery ca 1683; d 22 Jan 1772, age 88, "mother of 18 living children" ("Master Tate's Diary", NEHGR 74:182); m ca 1702 NATHAN3 LORD, b Kittery 13 May 1681 (KVR, 29), d after 1740 (LND, 444), son of Nathan Jr and Martha (Tozier) Lord. Children (14 of 18 named, Old Kittery and her Families, 589 and C C Lord, A History of the Descendants of Nathan Lord of Ancient Kittery, ME; Concord NH, 1912), surname Lord: 1. Martha, b ca 1702, bpt 13 Sep 1713, d Kittery 29 Apr 1760, age 58 (KVR, 67), m Kittery 21 Oct 1725 Simon Emery, b 6 Jan 1702, d 10 Nov 1760 (ibid), son of Daniel and Margaret (Gowan "alias Smith") Emery, 10 ch (KVR, 67). 2. Patience, b 21 Mar 1705 (KVR), m 1 July 1725 Joseph Junkins of York. 3. Margaret, bpt 13 Sep 1713 or b 13 Sep 1714, m (int) 31 Aug 1734 (KVR) John Nason Sr, b 24 Oct 1704, d 1744-5, son of Jonathan and Adah (Morrell) Nason Jr (probate office 7,137; ME Wills), 5 ch. 4. Nathan, bpt 13 Sep 1713, m 19 Dec 1745 Olive Goodwin (Stackpole). 5. Judith, bpt 13 Sep 1713, m1 25 Jan 1731/2 Lemuel Gowen, b 22 Sep 1709, 4 sons bpt 1738 (KVR); m2 York 22 Dec 1748 Abel Moulton. 6. Abigail, bpt 24 Oct 1714, dy. 7. Simon, bpt 9 Sep 1716, m Mary Kennard (see Stackpole). 8. Abigail, bpt 10 Nov 1717. 9. Ann, bpt 7 May 1719. 10. Sarah, bpt 17 July 1720, dy. 11. Sarah, bpt 16 Dec 1722, possibly publ 2 Feb 1739 to Joseph Hearl and m Kittery 8 Aug 1755 (KVR, 132) Samuel Roberts, 4 ch. 12. Mary, bpt 5 Apr 1724, dy. 13. Charles, bpt 18 Apr 1725, m1 27 Nov 1745 Sarah Lord, m2 8 Oct 1752 Olive Furbish (see Stackpole). 14. Mary, bpt 5 June 1726. 15. (possibly) Stephen, bpt 1 Sep 1734, (may actually have been the son of Nathan and Hannah Lord, see Old Kittery, 589; MPA 5/202; 9/209, sister Hannah bpt p 206). 16. 17. 18. (Tate Diary).

            iii.            MARY b prob by 1684; d prob early 1718; m ca 1702/3 GABRIEL HAMILTON, b Rollinsford NH ca 1670, son of David and Anna (Jackson) Hamilton (NHSP 3:54, 117-8), d New London CT on or about 24 Jan 1729/30 (The Diary of Joshua Hempstead of New London CT), will probated 6 Apr 1730 (YP, 4:55-58). He m2 Judith (Lord) Mead. Children (Anderson, "The Hearl/Earl Family of Berwick Maine"; part 1, YCGSJ, 1992), surname Hamilton: 1. Gabriel, b ca 1703, will probated 6 Nov 1783, m1 ca 1728 Margaret Hodsdon, m2 Berwick 17 July 1746 Sarah Grant, m3 Keturah (Jenkins) Webber, 14 ch with first two wives, b Berwick. 2. Mary, bpt 6 Sep 1713, dy. 3. Hannah, b Upper Parish, York 28 Nov 1707, m Kittery (int) 5 June 1731 Jeremiah Paul, who m2 1765. 4. John, bpt 6 Sep 1713, admin granted 12 July 1762, m Mary Grant. 5. Patience, b 10 May 1712 (Births of the Upper Parish in York; ME State Library), m1 York (int) 10 Jan 1740 Ebenezer Nowell, m2 York 11 July 1762 Joseph Swett (NEHGR 115:136). 6. Jonathan, bpt 4 Aug 1715, d Berwick 16 Apr 1811 (VR), m Hannah Millet, dau of Judge Thomas and Love (Bunker) Millett of Dover NH. 7. Katherine, bpt 29 May 1718, m York (int) 22 Jan 1736 Samuel Moulton of York.

            iv.            WILLIAM, b before 1692 (as taxed Berwick 1713); d before 19 July 1725; m 15 Dec 1717 MARGARET WARREN, dau of Gilbert and Sarah (Emery) Warren. Children, surname Hearle: 1. Patience, bpt Berwick 27 Dec 1719 (NEHGR 82:79), m Nathaniel Joy, prob son of widow Sarah (Nock) Joy, who appeared for bastardy in Apr 1717, 4 ch. 2. Gilbert, bpt Berwick Oct 1720, m Olive Hooper, 2 ch. 3. Thomas, bpt 20 June 1723, m Dorothy _____, 11 ch. 4. Mary, m William Tibbetts, lived in Waterborough, 11 ch. 5. Sarah, bpt Berwick 19 July 1725, m Berwick 27 Aug 1747 Benjamin Goodwin, son of Nathaniel (#19.iv) and Mary (Tibbetts) (Giles) Goodwin, 9 ch.

            v.            THOMAS, b by 1692 (as taxed 1713 Berwick); living 1748 below Chadbourne's (aka Great Works) River (Wilbur D Spencer, Statistics of Berwick ME, ts, ME State Archives); no known wife or children. He lived in Berwick in 1719.

            vi.            JAMES, b by 1692; d after 15 Feb 1760 (deed acknowledged) and before will probated 20 Oct 1761; m 7 May 1717 MARTHA JACKSON, age ca 55 in 1755 (YD 32:208). Children, surname Hearle: 1. William, bpt Berwick 25 May 1718, not named in father's will. 2. Sarah, bpt 7 May 1721, unm in father's will, had an illegitimate child. 3. Mercy/Marcy, bpt Berwick 2 May 1725, d after 9 Dec 1796, m John Gatchell, who d after 9 Dec 1796 (will). 4. Elizabeth, bpt Berwick 2 May 1725, alive 20 Jan 1800, m Berwick 8 Jan 1760 Samuel Roe Jr. 5. James, bpt 16 Jan 1726/7, not named in father's will. 6. Samuel, bpt 15 June 1729, not named in father's will. 7. Lydia, bpt 23 Mar 1734/5, not named in father's will. 8. Ann, bpt 6 Sep 1739, m Pownalborough Aug 1761 Abraham Nason, 7 ch. 9. Abigail, bpt Berwick 4 May 1740, m David McKenney, 12 ch.           

           vii.            ETHERINGTON, b by 1697 (mother's death); d Berwick 7 May 1770 (Master Tate, 127); m Berwick 18 Feb 1723 his second cousin HANNAH GOODWIN #22.vii. They lived in Berwick (Master Tate, 127). Children, surname Hearl (8 bpt Berwick, NEHGR 82:88-90): 1. Patience, bpt 4 July 1725, d S Berwick 18 Nov 1816, m Berwick 17 Mar 1757 George Huntress, bpt Newington NH 3 Feb 1734, d Berwick, son of Christopher and Mary (Chick) Huntress, 6 ch (see #32.ii). 2. William, bpt 11 June 1727, prob dy. 3. Mary, bpt 27 July 1729. 4. Jeremiah, bpt 23 Oct 1730. 5. Elisha, bpt date not recorded, m1 Keziah Hooper, m2 Martha Hanscom, m3 Martha Lord, possibly as many as 8 ch (see Joseph Anderson, Hearl/Earl Family of Berwick, ME). 6. Love, bpt 13 Apr 1735, m 6 Dec 1751 Darling Huntress, brother of George above, 11 ch. 7. Abigail, bpt 13 Apr 1735, prob dy. 8. Joshua, bpt 10 Aug 1740, m 17 Apr 1766 Hannah Bradbury of Buxton, bpt 1746, dau of Jacob and Abigail (Eaton) Bradbury, at least 6 ch (ibid). 9. William, not recorded Berwick, m Sarah Nock, perhaps 4 ch. 10. Abigail, bpt 7 July 1745, d N Berwick 17 Jan 1839, m 27 Dec 1770 Benjamin Hubbard, bpt Berwick 8 Nov 1747, son of Philip and Hannah (Plummer) Hubbard, 1 ch.

26. MARYC4 ETHERINGTON (6. MaryC3 Spencer, Patience2 William1), born about 1658; died before 5 June 1679 (codicil of father's will); married as his second wife 29 Feb 1675 (YD 4:86) while she was still a minor, "...he is now to marry a yonge woman..." (John Hull's Letter Book 1:175 dated 24 Apr 1674) Capt JOHN WINCOLL of Watertown, born about 1616, died when he fell from his horse 22 Oct 1694 (LND, 763), son of Thomas and Ann Fleming Wincoll (LND). John married first Elizabeth _____, who was living 24 Sep 1673. There were no children of this marriage. He married third before 16 Sep 1682 (LND, 560) Olive (Coleman) Plaisted, widow of Roger Plaisted.

            John was a proprietor 1636/7, a freeman 1646 (LND, 762).

Child, surname WINCOLL:

            i.            JOHNC5, b ca 1676-79; d by 1713 (his widow at Strawberry Bank); m before 5 Apr 1699 DEBORAH MORSE. She m2 Feb 1716 (LND, 763) _____ Dennett. John was given half the goods that had formerly been Thomas Etherington's when his great grandmother, Patience (Chadbourne) Spencer's estate was settled in 1683 (MPC III:189). He received from his parents in codicil the land of his great grandfather, Thomas Spencer, before the birth of his children. He was a mariner of Portsmouth. Deborah was an innkeeper at Strawberry Bank in 1713. Admin on John's estate granted to her 12 Nov 1715. Children, surname Wincoll: 1. Olive. 2. Deborah, bpt 22 May 1709, m Boston 17 Oct 1728 Ebenezer Wright. 3. Isaac, bpt 17 Oct 1711, m, at least 1 ch. 4. ? Mary?, m Boston 1724 Jonathan Read (LND, 763).

27. MOSESC4 GATTENSBY (7. SusannaC3 Spencer, Patience2 William1), born 1657-72; administration granted to son-in-law Peter Wittum 24 June 1718 (MPA 2/194, 224); married _____ _____. Moses had Berwick grants with his brother John.

Child, surname GATTENSBY:

            i.           JUDITH/JUDAHC5, d after 1761; m 3 Aug 1713 (KVR, 43) PETER WITTUM JR, d after 1761, son of Peter and Agnes/Annis Wittum (LND, 767). In 1723 they quitclaim her one third interest in her grandfather John Gattensby's land at Tatnick to Daniel Wadlin, and in June 1727 sold 10 acres at Humphrey's (now called Knight's) Pond to George Brown Jr. Children (YD 20:205; LND, 767), surname Wittum: 1. Moses. 2. Peter. 3. Gansby. 4. Bartholomew. 5. Daniel. 6. Jeremiah. 7. Judith. 8. Naomi.

28. ELIZABETHC4 GATTENSBY (7. SusannaC3 Spencer, Patience2 William1), born 1657-72; married as his second wife no earlier than 1690 (LND, 708) DANIEL (sic, MPA 3/226) WILLIAM WADLIN or WADLEIGH, baptized 25 Oct 1711, died before his administration 5 Oct 1725 (MPA 3/226, 245). His last name was sometimes spelled WADLY. William married first Abigail Belcher.

            Elizabeth named James Warren Jr as the father of her child before Mar 1689, but the child's name is not known (YD 5:23). There may be a son John in this family, but proof is lacking. Elizabeth and William were baptized with all but the first two of the following children in Berwick 25 Oct 1711 (LND, 708).

Children, surname WADLIN:

            i.            ELIZABETHC5, bpt as an adult Berwick 20 May 1716.

            ii.           DANIEL, b 1696/7 (44 in Sep 1741); bpt 11 Nov 1716; d before admin granted to son John 2 Apr 1764 (YP 11:120); m prob by 1730 HANNAH THOMPSON, d after 1765 (YP 11:200-1). Daniel was administrator of his grandfather John Gattensby's estate (MPA 2/208). The first five children, and #12 & #13, may have died by 1765, when Moses was the oldest listed (YP 11:200-1). Children bpt Berwick (Berwick First Church), surname Wadlin: 1. William, bpt 1 June 1736. 2. Daniel, bpt 1 June 1736, dy. 3. Ebenezer, bpt 1 June 1736. 4. Sarah, bpt 1 June 1736. 5. son, bpt 19 Nov 1738. 6. Moses b ca 1735 (Revolutionary War Pension application), bpt 26 Oct 1741, m 13 July 1760 (BVR, 194) Patience Grant (#23.ix.3). 7. John, b perhaps 1739, bpt 26 Oct 1741, perhaps m (cert) 7 Aug 1784 Nabby Huntress. 8. Abigail, bpt 26 Oct 1741, m _____ Nason. 9. Mary, bpt 26 Oct 1741. 10. Mary, bpt 14 Nov 1742, m Berwick 30 Dec 1761 (BVR, 194) Timothy Ramsdell. 11. Elizabeth, bpt 12 Feb 1744/5, m Berwick 26 July 1764 (BVR, 114) Daniel Ramsdell. 12. Hannah, bpt 3 Apr 1750. 13. Patience, bpt 3 Apr 1750. 14. Daniel, bpt 15 Apr 1753, d Sanford 26 May 1832, m Berwick 31 Jan 1782 Margaret Thompson.

            iii.            SARAH, bpt 25 Oct 1716.

            iv.            MARY, bpt 25 Oct 1716; m 14 July 1726 JOHN ROWELL, b Ipswich MA 12 Oct 1700, son of Jacob and Elizabeth (Wardwell) Rowell (Hoyt, Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbury, 304, 1004).

            v.            EBENEZER, bpt 25 Oct 1716.

            vi.            Deacon MOSES, bpt 25 Oct 1716; m (int) 15 Oct 1737 (LND, 708) JANE PERRY. Children, bpt Biddeford First Congregational Church, surname Wadlin: 1. Anna, bpt 12 Aug 1744. 2. Moses, bpt 9 Feb 1745. 3. Sarah, bpt 12 June 1748. 4. Jean or Jane, bpt 13 Apr 1750. 5. Elizabeth (H-York), b 1752, m 12 Oct 1773 (ME Families in 1790, Vol 4, 134) George Jelleson, b Berwick 24 June 1750, son of Alexander and Margaret (Nason) Jelleson, 10 ch (H-York Co, 188).

            vii.            PATIENCE.

29. EPHRAIMC4 JOY (7. SusannaC3 Spencer, Patience2 William1), born Kittery 1674/5 (age 18 in 1693); died before 22 Aug 1714 when his wife was called widow Sarah Joy at son Samuel's baptism; married first before 1699 _____ GOFFE, daughter of James and Elizabeth (Crawford) Goffe; married second 22 Feb 1703 SARAH NOCKE, born 4 May 1680, died after Oct 1723 (LND, 393, 116), daughter of Sylvanus and Elizabeth (Emery) Nock. Sarah married second after Oct 1723 (LND, 393, 116) John Brawn or Brown of Biddeford.

            Ephraim Joy was possessed of a violent temper and was brought to court 3 Oct 1699 for cursing, swearing and abusing his wife. Many Chadbourne relations came forward to testify to his actions in this case (MPC IV:248). He was also charged with abusing his mother-in-law, Elizabeth (Crawford) (Goffe) Fost, who had married 25 Jan 1686/7 John Fost (widower of Mary Chadbourne #17).

            Ephraim was repeatedly fined, whipped and jailed for profane cursing, but he never again was seen in court for striking his wife. His remorse was either sincere or his purse depleted when he was again charged with profane swearing in January of 1703/4, as the following petition implies:

Wells July the: 6th 1703

            To The Honerable Justess of her Majestys peac for the Body of this County of York Convened In Generall Sessions of the peace this day

            Much Honerable Gentl please to hear the Humble Petion of your unworthy Servant Ephrim Joy: Gentl I humbly Confess your Justes to me this Day: yet am humbly Bound to Beg that the Sentanc A ganst me May be Taken off in Respects of the Strips I acknowledg My Sin and folly in the Case of it: and if your honors Will pass by this in the Large Extent of it: I shall by gods help Reforme for the futer and be Com a new Creture and as in Duty bound Shall Ever Pray

            Ephrim Joy

            Widow Sarah Joy was granted administration of her husband's estate 4 Dec 1716 (MPA 2/176, 226). Some time previous to her presentment for fornication 2 Apr 1717 (MPC V:196), Sarah had an illegitimate child named Nathaniel Joy, baptized 10 Oct 1723. Nathaniel married S Berwick before 4 Dec 1748 Patience Hearle, daughter of William (see #25.iv) and Margaret (Warren) Hearle. They had children, surname Joy: Sarah, Margaret, Elizabeth, and Patience. Nathaniel was servant to John Keys in his 1736 will (MW, 401).

Children (LND, 393), surname JOY:

            i.            SARAHC5, b ca 1705; m York 9 Mar 1724 JAMES GRANT, b 8 Dec 1703, son of Capt James and Mary (Nason) Grant (KVR). Children, bpt Berwick (LND), surname Grant: 1. James, bpt Dec 1725. 2. Mary, bpt 31 Dec 1727. 3. Sarah, bpt 14 June 1730. 4. Ephraim, bpt 25 Apr 1731, d ca 1799, m Hannah _____ (perhaps Canney). 5. perhaps Andrew, bpt 30 May 1736, m1 Patience Gooden, 4 ch; m2 27 Nov 1767 Elizabeth Dunton. Removed to Hampden, on the Penobscot.

            ii.            MARY, m1 York 26 May 1725 GEORGE GRAY, b Apr 1703, d June 1737, son of Robert 2 (George1) and Elizabeth (Freethy) Gray (YCGSJ, Jan 1987, 2); m2 York 28 Jan 1753 JOSEPH GETCHELL. Joseph m1 Eunice Hatch, by whom he had 5+ children (LND, 258); he had none with Mary. Children (YVR, 37), surname Gray: 1. Ephraim, b 7 Mar 1725/6, had ch. 2. George, b 28 Dec 1727. 3. Robert, b 16 Dec 1730. 4. Phebe, b 22 Nov 1734 or 1733 (Upper Parish of York), d 2 Nov 1815, m 1756 Joshua Getchell, bpt 25 Aug 1734, son of Joseph and Eunice (Hatch) Getchell (NEHGR July 1909, 268). 5. Josiah or Joshua, b 13 Dec 1736, d Cornish 6 Dec 1822 ("The Journals of Joshua Gray of Wells, 1801-1825", Maine Seine 8:2, 51), m Wells 1 July 1762 (VR) Susannah Hatch, b 4 Apr 1739, d 19 Mar 1819. He was a Revolutionary soldier.

            iii.            EPHRAIM bpt Berwick 12 May 1710; d S Berwick 29 Aug 1770; may be the Ephraim who m SARAH WALKER, d 23 Dec 1781 (Helen Bourne Joy Lee; The Joy Genealogy, 1968 Pequot Press). Children (#1-9: BVR, recorded 23 Apr 1752; #10-15: The Joy Genealogy), surname Joy: 1. Samuel, bpt 23 Feb 1734/5. 2. Abigail bpt 2 Apr 1738. 3. Ephraim, b 7 Aug 1740, recruited York & Berwick 17 Mar 1758, 2nd Foot Co, 1st Regt. 4. Samuel, b 21 Sep 1742, d 4 Apr 1829, m 8 Aug 1764 Lydia Hamilton, b Berwick 29 Oct 1748, d 22 Feb 1843, dau of Gabriel and Margaret (Hodsdon) Hamilton. He was a Rev War soldier for which Lydia was pensioned, 13 ch. 5. James, b 2 Sep 1744, m1 13 Oct 1768 Mehitable Whitcher, m2 28 Feb 1786 Mary (Hillings) Thurston, 12 ch. 6. Jeremiah, b 2 Jan 1747. 7. Mary, bpt 26 Mar 1749/50 8. Elizabeth, bpt 17 May 1751. 9. William, b 12 May 1751, d 24 Oct 1827, m1 Martha Witcher, d 18 Mar 1807, 9 ch; m2 27 Dec 1808 Hannah Hamilton, d 21 Jan 1828. 10. Abigail, b 8 Feb 1753, m Thomas Grant. 11. Sarah, b 11 July 1756, m 1774 Samuel Ricker. 12. Susanna, b 9 Jan 1760, m Thomas Worster. 13. Lydia, b 29 May 1762, m 1779 Elijah Hamilton. 14. Hannah, b 11 Nov 1764. (14 children named in Joy Genealogy, also, possible that others, Abigail dy, Mary dy, and perhaps an earlier Samuel may have been bpt Berwick).

            iv.            SUSANNA, bpt Berwick 12 May 1710; perhaps m 14 Apr 1752 (Biddeford 1st Congregational Church Recs) Capt SAMUEL HARRIS of Biddeford, d intestate Nov 1793. Samuel's estate was granted to John Harris, yeoman.

            v.            THOMAS, bpt Berwick 13 July 1712.

            vi.            SAMUEL, bpt Berwick 22 Aug 1714.

            vii.            (perhaps) BENJAMIN (LND, 393), d intestate by 11 Oct 1779 (MPA 13/306); m ELIZABETH _____ and settled in Saco 1730.

Children (Biddeford First Congregational Church Records), surname Joy: 1. Amey, bpt 13May 1744. 2. Mary, bpt 26 Sep 1746, m 18 Mar 1766 Sibley Pendexter. 3. Stephen, bpt 19 Mar 1749. 4. Samuel, bpt 14 Apr 1751. 5. Abigail, bpt 15 July 1753. 6. Lydia, bpt 7 Nov 1756.

30. TABITHAC4 JOY (7. SusannaC3 Spencer, Patience2 William1), born Hingham MA 25 Sep 1677; died presumably before her husband's third marriage circa 1710; married as his second wife 10 Feb 1700 ROWLAND JENKINS, a fisherman of Dover. He had married first Experience Heard and married third before July 1710 Mary Morgrage (LND, 377). Rowland and Mary are thoroughly documented in MPC V:149-154 for a variety of trespasses, including stealing. The presentation of this family by Stackpole in his Old Kittery is seriously flawed.

Children ("2 small children" in 1710, LND), surname JENKINS:

            i.            RUTHC5, possibly a child of Experience Heard, as she was "recovered from her master" in 1712 (LND, 377).

            ii.            ROWLAND JR, m (int) 17 Aug 1730 MARY NASON, a probable dau of Baker Nason of Kittery. Children, bpt Kittery Point (Stackpole, 553), surname Jenkins: 1. William, bpt 11 July 1731. 2. Rowland, bpt 11 July 1731. 3. Elizabeth, bpt 10 Sep 1732. 4. Lydia, bpt 4 Apr 1734. 5. Dorcas, bpt 13 Mar 1737. 6. Joseph, bpt 18 Apr 1742. 7. Benjamin, bpt 1 July 1744. 8. Stephen, bpt 27 July 1746. 9. Alice, bpt 11 Sep 1748. 10. Margaret, bpt 7 Apr 1751. 11. Mehitable, bpt 14 June 1752. 12. daughter, bpt 21 July 175_.

            iii.            SUSANNA, may have m1 (int) 2 Apr 1726 (KVR, 93) MOSES CANNEY; m Kittery (int) 16 Aug 1729 JOSEPH FOYE, son of James and Grace.

31. HUMPHREYC4 SPENCER JR (8. HumphreyC3 Spencer, Patience2 William1), born S Berwick about 1674; died Aug 1712 (TMS); married after 17 Oct 1702 MARY CUTTS, born 14 Nov 1675 (LND, 178), died not before 1755, daughter of John and Sarah (Martyn) Cutts. Widow Mary Spencer married second Berwick 6 Dec 1722 (BVR, 112) Joseph Moulton of York, a tavernkeeper. Both were living in 1755 (LND, 498).

            Humphrey was a planter, husbandman and vintner, living in S Berwick (TMS). He was sole heir of his uncle William Spencer (MW 110-11, MPA 2/226, 3/96).

Children, surname SPENCER:

            i.            WILLIAMC5, b ca Feb 1706 (TMS); m MARY4 GERRISH, bpt S Berwick 16 Dec 1712, dau of Benjamin3 (John2 Capt William1) and Mehitable (Plaisted) Gerrish. William was a cooper. The couple and three children were warned out of Portsmouth and moved to Boston in 1743. Children (TMS), surname Spencer: 1. Mary, bpt S Berwick 1 Sep 1728, prob m 7 Apr 1757 Nathaniel Spencer, 3 ch. 2. Mehitable, bpt S Berwick 12 Apr 1730, admitted to church 29 Nov 1741, m 1 June 1763 Nathan Prentice, b 1734/5, d Cambridge MA 29 July 1769, son of Deacon Henry and Elizabeth (Rand) Prentice of Cambridge, 4 or 5 ch, may have m2 15 July 1778 Edward Davis of Boston. Nathan graduated Harvard 1756. 3. Martha, bpt 5 Mar 1732, may have dy. 4. William Jr, bpt 9 Dec 1733, m 8 Sep 1766 Lucy Brewster of Portsmouth. 5. Sarah, bpt 10 Sep 1738, may have dy.

            ii.            SARAH, bpt S Berwick 3 May 1708; d prob 1800; m Portsmouth 25 Dec 1726 (NEHGR 24:358) THOMAS NEWMARCH, b 15 Sep 1703 (KVR), d after 1739 and before 1760, son of Rev John and Mary (Harvey) (Hunking) Newmarch of Kittery. Thomas' estate was administered in 1773 (TMS).

            iii.            SAMUEL, b about Nov 1711; d Feb 1717 (TMS).

32. RICHARDC4 CHICK (9. ElizabethC3 Spencer, Patience2 William1), born before 1679 (Essex Co Warning Out); died before 19 Sep 1737 when his will was probated (MW, 390-1); married by Rev John Pike Dover NH 11 July 1702 (TMS) MARTHA LORD, born Kittery 14 Oct 1679 (as "Marsha," KVR, 29), died before 7 May 1759 when her son Richard was named administrator of her estate (MPA 10:112), daughter of Nathan and Martha (Tozier) Lord.

            Richard and Martha were presented to the court for fornication on 5 Jan 1702/3 (MPC IV:283,288). They lived at Sturgeon Creek, Eliot ME. One Richard Chick was called yeoman of Kittery in 1726 when mentioning land he purchased of John Frost in 1708/9 (YD; 23 Jan 1726/7). Richard entailed his homestead, as seen in the will of his son Richard (MPA 11/190).

Children, surname CHICK:

            i.            ELIZABETHC5, likely the cause of her parents' presentment for fornication, thus b between July 1702 and Jan 1702/3; d Kittery 28 Dec 1739, age 37 (KVR, 58); m Kittery 22 Jan 1722 (ibid, 57) NOAH EMERY, b Kittery 11 Dec 1699 (ibid, 11), d between 1 Jan 1761 when he made his will and 12 Dec 1761 when it was proved (MPA 10/419), son of Daniel and Margaret (Gowen) Emery. He m2 Kittery (int) 24 May 1740 (KVR, 102) Sarah Cooper of Berwick, with whom he had a son, John. Children, surname Emery: 1. Daniel, b 24 Sep 1722, d 24 Dec 1722. 2. Daniel, b 19 Nov 1723, m 21 Oct 1747 Anne Emery, dau of Zachariah and Anne (Hodsdon) Emery, 11 ch. 3. Noah, b 23 Dec 1725. 4. Richard, b 9 May 1728. 5. Mary, b 12 May 1730, d 14 Jan 1736. 6. Japhet, b 27 July 1732. 7. Sarah, b 10 Mar 1733/4, d 14 Jan 1736. 8. Elizabeth, b 1 Feb 1735, d 14 Jan 1736. 9. Mary, b & d 6 Apr 1737. 10. Shem, b 6 May 1738. 11. Elizabeth, b 11 Dec 1739.

            ii.            MARY, m Kittery (int) 26 Oct 1724 (KVR, 92) CHRISTOPHER HUNTRESS, d before 1 Oct 1782 when his will was proved, son of George and Sarah (Morrill) Huntress (LND, 364). Children, surname Huntress: 1. Christopher, bpt 13 Oct 1728. 2. Darling, bpt 19 Apr 1730, d S Berwick 8 Mar 1815, age 85, m Love Hearl, dau of Etherington (#25.vii) and Hannah (Goodwin) Hearl. 3. Mary, bpt 7 May 1732. 4. George, bpt 3 Feb 1734, d Berwick 18 Nov 1808, m Patience Hearl, sister of Darling's wife Love. 5. David, bpt 13 Mar 1736. 6. Noah, bpt 20 Feb 1742. 7. Elizabeth, bpt 18 Mar 1743. Two additional children, names unknown.

            iii.            RICHARD JR, b Kittery (now Eliot) 1702 or after; d Kittery before 6 Feb 1764 (MPA 11/190); m Kittery 19 Jan 1728 (KVR, 72; RWC) BETHIA GOOLD, dau of Joseph and Bethiah (Furbish) Goold (Old Kittery Families, 461). Children (MPA 11/190), surname Chick: 1. Richard III, m (int) 30 Oct 1760 Hannah Lord, dau of John and Mercy Lord; prob m2 (int) 5 Sep 1767 Hannah Leach. 2. Joseph, b about 1744, d Berwick 29 Dec 1819, age 75 ("The Randalls of N Berwick," YCGSJ [Apr 1993]), m 1772 Lydia Randall, dau of Eliphalet and Lydia (Rollins) Randall, 8 ch. 3. John, possibly b ca 1751, d Litchfield 1826, m 4 Nov 1773 Sarah Randall, dau of Eliphalet and Lydia (Rollins) Randall (ibid). 4. Elizabeth, m Kittery (int) 17 Sep 1765 Nicholas Lord. 5. Susanna, prob m Nathan Huntress. 6. Mary, bpt Jul Second Church 1737, prob dy.

            iv.            THOMAS, m Kittery (int) 3 Oct 1730 (KVR, 96) MARTHA BRADEEN, dau of James and Priscilla (Bodge) Bradeen. Children, surname Chick: 1. Amos, m1 1766 Keturah Grant, m2 1782 Hannah Fry, m3 1800 Ann Davis. 2. Isaac, m1 1758 Mary Davis, m2 1759 Elinor Pillsbury, one son Isaac. (RWC)

            v.            WINIFRED, m Kittery 31 Oct 1730 (KVR, 96) DODAVAH BICKFORD, b Newington NH 20 Aug 1709, son of John and Susanna (Furber) Bickford (LND, 91). Child, surname Bickford: 1. Persey, bpt Newington 11 Jan 1731/2.

            vi.            JOSHUA, d before 1 Jan 1749 when his widow was charged with fornication; m Kittery 20 Nov 1733 (KVR, 72) MARY DAVIS, d before 17 Dec 1763 (MPA 11:188), dau of James and Elizabeth (Bradeen) Davis. She m2 Kittery (int) 27 June 1752 (KVR, 221) as his second wife (Gowen genealogy) William Gowen. Mary accused Joseph Johnson of being the father of a male child b 5 Mar 1750 (York Co Court of Common Pleas July 1750, 109-3). Children, surname Chick: 1. Phebe, unm. 2. Mary, m Abner Perkins.

            vii.            MARTHA, d after 25 Sep 1745; m as his second wife PIERCE BICKFORD, b 9 Mar 1701/2, d by 25 Sep 1745, son of John and Susannah (Furber) Bickford (LND, 91); Martha may have m2 Kittery 13 Feb 1747/8 (KVR, 217) JOHN DAVIS. Pierce m1 Newington NH 23 Feb 1725 (NHGR 2:170) Hannah Miller.

            viii.            NATHAN, d Falmouth before 1796 (MPA 17/96); m1 Kittery (int) 8 Jan 1742/3 (KVR, 215) MARY SMALL, b Kittery 26 June 1724 (ibid, 64), d Falmouth before 19 Oct 1796 when her son-in-law Jonathan Thompson of Falmouth was appointed admin (MPA 17/96), dau of Joseph and Mary (Libbey) Small; m2 (RWC) ABIGAIL CROCKETT. Children (MPA 17/96; EF-Limington, 64), surname Chick: 1. Sarah. 2. Martha, perhaps m Kittery 3 Jan 1778 William Davis of Sanford (KVR, 235). 3. Mary. 4. Nathan, m Hannah Small. 5. Ephraim, m 1782 Phebe Cobb. 6. Peter, m 1788 Abigail Haskell. 7. Abigail. 8. Elizabeth. 9. Eunice.

33. THOMASC4 CHICK (9. Elizabeth C3 Spencer, Patience 2 William 1), born 1677/8, age 21 in Aug 1699 (MPC III:248; LND, 140); died before 22 June 1718 when his wife remarried (BVR, 112); married MARY _____, born 1679/80, age 19 in 1699.

 The Berwick Town records include a land grant to "Thomas Chick Jr. his children by the request of Mary Randel" 24 Mar 1719/20 (Berwick TR, 76). Our thanks to Robert W Chick for his research in this area.

Children, surname CHICK:

            i.            MOSESC5, m ESTHER _____, bpt as an adult with 2 oldest children First Church of Berwick 25 Feb 1737/8. They lived in Berwick and Wells. Children (RWC), surname Chick: 1. Thomas, bpt 25 Feb 1737/8. 2. Abigail, bpt 25 Feb 1737/8. 3. Richard, m 1763 Hannah Perkins. 4. Moses Jr, m1 1766 Hulda Hatch, m2 1769 Naomi Hatch, m3 1804 Charity Littlefield. 5. Joshua, m 1767 Mary Littlefield. 6. Abraham, m 1773 Hannah Littlefield.

            ii.            AARON, m ca 1739 ELIZABETH CLARK, bpt 29 Mar 1719, dau of Samuel and Agnes Clark of Portsmouth. They lived in Berwick. Children, surname Chick: 1. Elizabeth, bpt 25 July 1741. 2. Aaron, bpt 23 Mar 1741/2, m 15 Dec 1763 Mary Keays, dau of William and Mary (Hodsden) Keays (NEHGR 74:249). 3. Agnes, bpt 22 Apr 1744. 4. Thomas, bpt 29 Apr 1746, m 1765 Molly Murray. 5. Samuel, bpt 11 Apr 1749. 6. Samuel, bpt 16 Feb 1756. 7. Sarah, bpt 19 May 1762.

            iii.            MARY, d by Feb 1754; m Kittery 15 Jan 1735/6 (KVR, 79) DAVID BOYCE. Mary made a deed to brother Aaron (YD Vol 31 Fol 184).

34. MARGARETC4 CHICK (9. ElizabethC3 Spencer, Patience2 William1), born after 1679; married Salem MA 1 Jan 1707 as his second wife JOHN BUXTON JR, born 29 Nov 1675, died 1749, son of John2 and Mary (Small) Buxton.

            They lived in Salem in 1729 when they signed a deed (YD 13:82), and moved to Middletown MA after 1730. John was a yeoman. He had four children by his first wife and five by Margaret. (Salem VR) Our thanks to Bea Buxton of Buxton Family Association for her research in this area.]

Children, born Salem MA, surname BUXTON:

            i.            MARYC5, bpt Salem 6 June 1708.

            ii.           BARTHOLOMEW, bpt Salem 30 Oct 1709; m 28 Mar 1732 KEZIAH PUTNEY of Reading MA. They lived in Reading. 4 children, surname Buxton.

            iii.          MARGARET, bpt Salem 28 June 1713; m 13 Nov 1734 DAVID MacKINTIRE of Reading MA.

            iv.           TIMOTHY, bpt Salem 3 Oct 1714; d in French and Indian War 1758; m DEBORAH _____. He milled corn on Ipswich River. 6 children, surname Buxton.

            v.            ABIGAIL, b after 1714; m 11 Jan 1750 ABNER JONES, a mason of Amesbury MA. He was a Quaker.

34A. MARYC4 CHICK (9. Elizabeth3 Spencer, Patience2 William1), born circa 1680; married Berwick 22 June 1718 (BVR, 112) JOHN RANDALL, son of Richard and Elizabeth (Tozier) Randall (LND, 576). They lived in Berwick in 1725. John Randall was of York in 1751 (LND, 576).

Children, bpt Berwick 22 Apr 1725, surname RANDALL:

            i.            MOSESC5.

            ii.           JOHN, possibly the John Randall Jr, cordwainer of York, who on 29 May 1741 purchased property in Berwick from William Randall of Durham NH, possibly his uncle (YD 26:204).

            iii.           NEHEMIAH.

            iv.            EBENEZER.

35. SARAHC4 TURBET (9. ElizabethC3 Spencer, Patience2 William1), born 1682-93 (parents' marriage); married Berwick 5 Nov 1722 (BVR, 112) JOHN CONNER, probably son of Jeremy of Exeter. Before her marriage, Sarah was presented for fornication in Apr 1712 and Apr 1717 (MPC 5:126,128; 5:195-196). In the latter case, she accused Valentine Scates as the father of her child. Both Sarah and John were baptized with their children.

Children, bpt First Church Berwick 29 Dec 1741, (NEHGR 82:211), surname CONNER:

            i.            JOHNC5.

            ii.           ABIGAIL, m Berwick 8 Aug 1746 (VR, 191) JAMES McCARREL.

            iii.          OLIVE, m Berwick 25 Apr 1751 (VR, 193) SAMUEL ROE.

36. ELIZABETHC4 TURBET (9. ElizabethC3 Spencer, Patience2 William1), born 1682-93 (parents' marriage); presented for fornication 5 July 1715 (MPC V:166), lived with and was lawfully published to 22 Nov 1714 (LND, 699), but was not permitted to marry, mulatto WILLIAM BLACK, born circa 1691 (MPC IV:48), living 1 Jan 1727/8 (YP #1199), son of Black Will, the freed slave of John Shapleigh, and Alice (Hanscom) Metherell.

 William was the grandson of Thomas Hanscom and Mary (___) Batchelder, wife of Reverend Batchelder. This Mary is said to be the model for Hester Prynne in Nathaniel Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter, as she was made to wear a red letter "A" on her clothing at all times as punishment for her adultery. (Info from Joseph "Bob" Haswell, CFAA).

            The Deposition of Valentine Scates and Samuel Allen both of full age Testifyeth & Saith That Black Will a Mollatto of Barwick & Elizabeth Turbit of said Barwick, has for some time past dwelt together both in one house & they the Deponents know of know [sic] other person or persons that dwells in the house with them and haveing frequent ocation to be at the house have seen them in bed together & further Saith not taken upon oath the 16th July 1715 (MPC V:171).

 Will Jr changed his name to William Black and the couple, with their son William, moved to the Harpswell area by 1739. They were the first settlers on what was at first known as Will's Island. Later purchased by a MA man, the island became Bailey's Island. The Blacks, who were squatters, had to move to neighboring Orr's Island where some of William Black's descendants still live (MHSQ, vol. 27, No. 2, 1987).

Children, surname BLACK:

            i.            ELIZABETHC5, b in the winter of 1715, "Wee Present Eliza: Turbut of Berwick for haveing a bastard Child since Last Sessions" (MPC V:174 dated 3 Jan 1715/16); living and unm, a minor at the time her grandfather Black Will named her in his will, which was proved 1 Jan 1727/8 (YP #1199).

            ii.            WILLIAM, certainly b after winter 1715 (MPC V:174) and probably before 1721 when his grandfather's will, which called him a minor, was likely written (it is undated); m before 1759 his first cousin MARY3 BLACK, b Kittery 2 Jan 1722 (KVR), living 20 Mar 1763 when she acknowledged a deed, dau of Joshua2 (Black Will1) and Mary (_____) Black of Kittery.

37. MOSESC4 SPENCER JR (10. MosesC3 Spencer, Patience2 William1), born S Berwick circa 1680; died 1746; married circa 1708 (LND, 651) ELIZABETH ABBOTT, daughter of Joseph and Alice (Nason) Abbott (LND, 57).

            Moses was apprenticed to his uncle William Spencer at about age fourteen (TMS, 116). He was granted administration on his father's estate 19 Apr 1720 (MPA 3/56).

Children (TMS), surname SPENCER:

            i.            FREETHYC5, b ca 1710; bpt at new meetinghouse in Upper Parish of Berwick First Church 20 Dec 1719 (NEHGR 82:79); d 30 Oct 1759; m 1731 MARY GOODWIN, b ca 1708, d after 1788 when she was admitted to church in S Berwick, age near 80. He was called "Fretsee" in original bpt record. He received homestead in 1735 along with Stephen Hardison. Children, surname Spencer: 1. Isaac, bpt 15 Apr 1753, m Lucy Patten. 2. Freethy Jr, b ca 1740, bpt 15 Apr 1753, d 26 June 1821 (BVR, 120), m 24 Oct 1775 (Berwick 1st Church records) Sarah Abbott, d 5 Jan 1820 (BVR, 294), 4 ch. 3. Jane, bpt 15 Apr 1753, m 10 June 1777 Benjamin Rowe (Spencers of ME). 4. Mercy, bpt 15 Apr 1753, m 19 Mar 1788 Eleazer Knox or Nock. 5. William, bpt 15 Apr 1753, d Limington, m1 16 Dec 1762 Lydia Davis, m2 27 Nov 1791 Sarah Patch, 9 ch. William lived in Limington from 1794 on. 6. Moses, bpt 31 Oct 1755, d Valley Forge 16 Jan 1778, m 5 June 1777 Mary Row.

            ii.            SARAH, bpt Berwick 24 Dec 1719.

            iii.           ELIZABETH, bpt Berwick 24 Dec 1719.

            iv.            LYDIA, bpt Berwick 24 Dec 1719.

            v.            MOSES III, bpt Berwick 24 Dec 1719, m ca 1745 SUSANNA PEAVEY. Children, surname Spencer: 1. Susanna, m Berwick 24 Feb 1763 (BVR, 114) John Bennett Jr. 2. Joseph Peavey, bpt S Berwick 7 Oct 1750, d Apr 1828 (TMS), m 21 Apr 1776 Sarah Marr, who d 1 Mar 1777, dau of Surplus and Sarah (Hammett) Marr; m2 10 June 1779 his first wife's sister, Catherine Marr (Stafford Record 165:390-471), 4 ch. 3. son, bpt 15 Apr 1754. 4. Amos, bpt 24 Oct 1762, removed to Rochester NH. 5. Elizabeth, bpt 24 Oct 1762, m 27 Jan 1791 Timothy Gerrish of Rochester NH who may have d Lebanon ME 1791, 3 ch. 6. Thomas, b 12 Aug 1764, 5'51/2", light complexion, brown hair upon enlistment in Revolution at age 16, m1 24 June 1787 Olive Nason and lived in Limington; m2 Rebecca Sawyer who d 1858, no ch.

            vi.            ALICE, bpt Berwick 21 Jan 1728, owned the covenant 22 Nov 1741; m 2 July 1744 ANTHONY LITTLEFIELD of Wells. Children, bpt Wells 1st Church, surname Littlefield: 1. Edmund, bpt 11 Oct 1748. 2. Abraham, bpt 8 Sep 1751. 3. Anthony, bpt 20 July 1756. 4. Amos, bpt 4 May 1762. 5. Caleb, bpt 15 July 1764. 6. James, bpt 19 Aug 1771.

            vii.            JANE, bpt Berwick 21 Jan 1728.

            viii.           PATIENCE, bpt Berwick 21 Jan 1728, owned the covenant 22 Nov 1741; m Berwick 16 Mar 1748/9 (BVR, 192) JONATHAN HOWARD.

       ix.            HUMPHREY, bpt Berwick 21 Jan 1728; d Berwick 14 Dec 1808 (BVR, 288); m 26 July 1749 (BVR, 192) (SARAH) ELIZABETH EARLY, bpt 23 Jan 1735, d Berwick 3 Dec 1819 (BVR, 294), dau of Anthony and Mehitable (Allen) Early. He lived in Berwick all his life as a farmer. Children, surname Spencer: 1. Sarah, bpt Berwick 16 Sep 1750, d between 25 Nov 1833 when she wrote her will and 4 Feb 1835 when it was proved, m before 1779 John Hartford of Dover, d between 16 June 1821 when he made his will and 21 Nov 1825 when it was proved, 7 ch. 2. Simeon, bpt Berwick 21 June 1752, d 31 Jan 1840, m1 25 Nov 1779 Lydia Goodwin, bpt 16 Jan 1757, d 8 Aug 1802, dau of Elijah Goodwin of S Berwick, 11 ch; m2 5 Feb 1804 Susanna Hamilton, b 1757-65, d 5 May 1827, dau of Jonas and Charity (Keay) Hamilton (see Joseph C Anderson, II, "The Children of Jonas and Charity Hamilton of Berwick, Maine," The Maine Genealogist [August 1991]). Simeon was great-grandfather to Wilbur D Spencer, genealogical author. 3. Ichabod, bpt Berwick 5 Jan 1757, m 13 June 1776 Love Nason, bpt Berwick 25 Mar 1752, dau of Samuel Nason, at least 1 ch, Ephraim. Ichabod was a Revolutionary soldier. He bought a farm in Sanford in 1785 (YD), sold it in 1803 and moved to Shapleigh. 4. John, bpt Berwick 10 Dec 1758, unm. 5. Joseph, bpt Berwick 15 Nov 1761, m 25 Jan 1787 Abigail Scates, bpt Blackberry Hill 18 June 1769, dau of John & Abigail, 1 ch known, perhaps more. They lived in Somersworth NH and later Buxton ME. 6. Lydia, bpt Berwick 21 Oct 1764, d after 1850 (TMS), unm. 7. Elizabeth, b Berwick 1769, d there 20 Jan 1835, unm (VR, 300). 8. Hannah, bpt 2nd Church 23 Aug 1772 (NEHGR 74), m 9 Feb 1792 Jonathan Ricker, lived in Berwick and later in Ossipee.

38. ISAACC4 SPENCER (10. MosesC3 Spencer, Patience2 William1), born S Berwick circa 1682 (TMS, 183); died prior to 1719/20; married (perhaps) first Boston MA 10 Dec 1701 (Boston Marriages, 5) BETHIA GERRISH; married second circa 1710 ELIZABETH (perhaps) EMERY (TMS, 183). Elizabeth married second before 8 Feb 1719/20 James Emery Jr and married third 19 May 1724 Thomas Abbott, son of Walter and Elizabeth (Keay) Abbott (LND incorrectly calls him the son of Joseph Abbott).

Children with second wife, surname SPENCER:

            i.            MOSESC5, b 1711 (French and Indian War record), bpt Berwick 24 July 1720 (NEHGR 82:80); m ca 1737 LOIS _____. He was in the French and Indian War for Arundel in 1758. Children, bpt S Berwick, surname Spencer: 1. Daniel, bpt Blackberry Hill Church 25 May 1740. 2. Abigail, bpt 12 Feb 1744/5, m 26 May 1768 (Hallowell VR) James Burnes. 3. Lois, bpt 28 Mar 1749, m 18 Nov 1766 (Hallowell VR) Thomas Clarke. 4. Isaac, d Benton 7 Mar 1814, m ca 1756 Susannah York, 6 ch. 5. Eunice. 6. Soloman. 7. Sarah. (CFAA, orig source unknown)

            ii.            HANNAH, bpt 24 July 1720; m1 York (int) 14 Oct 1738 (YVR, 125) JOHN OLIVER; m2 18 Nov 1748 (YVR, 134) ABNER PERKINS (information from Russ Bickford). Children ("Births in the Upper Parish of York," 26-7), surname Oliver: 1. Robert, b 13 May 1739. 2. Mary, b 16 Mar 1741/2, d 18 Sep 1743. 3. John, b 4 Feb 1743/4. 4. Hannah, b 14 Sep 1747. Children (YVR, 38), surname Perkins: 5. Isaac, b 14 Nov 1749. 6. Spencer, b 23 Feb 1752. 7. John, b 30 Nov 1754.

39. MARYC4 SPENCER (10. MosesC3 Spencer, Patience2 William1), born S Berwick about 1684 (TMS, 183); baptized as an adult Dover NH 3 July 1720 (Dover VR, 134); living 1761 (LND, 62); married first Dover 7 Feb 1706/7 by Rev John Pike (Dover VR, 131) JOSEPH JONES, son of Jenkin and Abigail (Heard) Jones (LND, 387); married second after July 1715 JACOB ALLEN, died after he made his will 8 July 1752 and before it was proved 31 Jan 1753 (NHSP Pr 4:246-8), son of Edward and Sarah Allen. Jacob was a cordwainer and lived at Back River, Dover (LND, 62). Jacob Allen married first Dover NH 5 Feb 1701/2 (Dover VR, 130) Martha Dam, with whom he had six children.

Child with first husband (LND), surname JONES:

            i.            ELIZABETHC5, b ca 1705; m 3 Nov 1725 JONATHAN MERROW or MERRY. On 1 Sep 1724 she chose her step-father as guardian (LND, 387).

Children with second husband, perhaps only six of them hers (named in his will, NHSP Pr 4:246-8), surname ALLEN:

            ii.            OLIVE (least likely to be Mary's child).

            iii.           SAMUEL.

            iv.           BENJAMIN.

            v.            WILLIAM.

            vi.           ISAAC, m DOROTHY LEIGHTON.

            vii.          SPENCER.

            viii.         MARY, m _____ TUTTLE.

            ix.           MARTHA, m JOHN LEIGHTON.

40. MARY4 CHADBOURNE (11. Humphrey3-2 William1), born probably Berwick 1680; died Berwick before 9 Apr 1765 when son Thomas was granted administration of her estate (MPA 11/300, 313); married Kittery 1 July 1708 (KVR, 36) WILLIAM3 DYER, born Braintree MA 1 May 1683 (LND, 213), died Biddeford before 20 Oct 1741 (MPA 5/258, 267; 6/31, 44), only son of John2 (Wm1) and Sarah Dyer.

            He left home early and was masting above Salmon Falls in 1707, evidently where he met Mary. On 7 Apr 1717 they owned the covenant of the First Church in Berwick and were baptized with children William, John, and Elizabeth (NEHGR 82:78). They resided in Biddeford by July 1717 when William was elected as "attorney or agent of the town" and granted 40 acres of land in 1730 (Folsom, History of Saco and Biddeford, 204, 206).

            Widow Mary was recipient of all of her brother Humphrey's personal property and his house in Berwick through his will, dated 28 June 1762; where she lived after her husband's death, but she died just two years after her brother (MPA 11/94, 111, 216, 288). On 30 July 1765 her estate was divided between the heirs of the eldest son William Dyer and second son Joseph Dyer, son Thomas Dyer, and her daughters Mary Manning and Sarah Emery (MPA 11/330). Her four surviving children and Joseph's heirs all received shares in the homestead that had been their uncle Humprhey's (MPA 11/330).

Children (NEHGR 82:78), surname DYER:

            i.            WILLIAM5, b 6 Aug 1709; called eldest son and deceased in mother's probate; m before Apr 1730 when they were presented to the court for fornication (Anderson, Woodsum Family In America, 1990, 38) LUCRETIA EMERY, b Kittery 6 Mar 1708/9 (KVR, 24), dau of James and Margaret (Hitchcock) Emery (ibid; NEHGR 82:75; LND, 221). On 1 Sep 1749 William conveyed land, strongly suggesting this was a marriage gift, to Michael Woodsum, the new husband of dau Elizabeth Dyer (YD 27:193). On 3 Apr 1770 William "of a place called Freetown at the head of Biddeford" conveyed 50 acres "whereon I the sd Dyer now Live" to Michael Woodsum, which Michael conveyed to Humphrey Dyer on 17 Mar 1781 (YD 41:204, 64:257). Had at least five children, surname Dyer: 1. Elizabeth, b Apr 1730, d after 1810 (Woodsum, op cit, 37), m Biddeford 24 Aug 1749 Michael Woodsum, b ca 1729, may have d 27 Sep 1814, 9 ch. 2. William (Biddeford TR). 3. John, bpt Biddeford 27 Feb 1742. 4. Samuel, bpt Biddeford 12 Oct 1746. 5. Humphrey, bpt Biddeford 4 June 1749.

            ii.            JOHN, b about 1711; bpt Berwick 7 Apr 1717 (NEHGR 82:78); neither he nor his heirs were named in the division of his mother's property in 1765, strongly suggesting he d without descendants (MPA 11/330).

            iii.           ELIZABETH, b about 1714, bpt Berwick 7 Apr 1717 (NEHGR 82:78); neither she nor her heirs were named in the division of her mother's property (MPA 11/330), strongly suggesting she d without descendants.

            iv.            JOSEPH, b 17 Apr 1716; d Dec 1763; m1 Biddeford 23 June 1739 (NEHGR 71[1917]:133) ABIGAIL HALEY, dau of Benjamin and Susanna (Marsh) Haley (MPA 7/55, LND, 298); m2 Biddeford (int) 25 Mar 1758 (NEHGR 71:220) HEPSIBETH (DORMAN) ROSS of Arundel, dau of Jabez Dorman of Arundel and widow of James Ross of Wells (Charles Bradbury, History of Kennebunkport From Its First Discovery by Bartholomew Gosnold [1837], 239). Named in Joseph's will, dated 14 Dec 1763, were his wife Hepsibah, children Joseph, John, Benjamin, Samuel and Abigail Goldthwaite, son-in-law [ie, stepson] James Ross and dau-in-law [ie, stepdau] Hephzibah Ross, and mention of "the legacies to my daughters to be paid by John, Benjamin and Samuel" (MPA 11/166). These children also received part of their grandmother Mary (Chadbourne) Dyer's estate as heirs of Joseph (MPA 11/330). Children with first wife (Biddeford CR), surname Dyer: 1. John (YP #4596). 2. Abigail, bpt 16 Jan 1742, m _____ Goldthwaite. 3. Joseph, bpt 9 Dec 1744. 4. Rebecca, bpt 26 June 1748. 5. Benjamin, bpt 24 May 1752. 6. Susannah, bpt 8 Aug 1756. Children with second wife (Biddeford CR), surname Dyer: 7. Samuel, bpt 24 Feb 1760. 8. Abiel (dau), bpt 5 July 1761. 9. Sarah, bpt 18 Sep 1763.

            v.            THOMAS, d before 18 July 1770 (MPA 12/216); m Biddeford (int) 28 Nov 1741 NEHGR 71:216) ELIZABETH MELCHER of Arundel, living 1771, possibly dau of Edward and Elizabeth (Bailey) Melcher of Arundel. He lived on the Pool Road at Winter Harbor in Biddeford. An unidentified Mrs Melcher resided next to Thomas Dyer in 1738 (LND, 474). The Melcher women were said to carry hemophilia. The youngest son of Thomas and Elizabeth, Thomas Life, was so named in hopes of improving his chances, as all his older brothers had dy, probably of "the bleeding curse" ("Descendants of Thomas Dyer and Elizabeth Melcher," ms, Dyer Library, Saco, ME). Named in the division of his estate on 9 Oct 1770 were his widow Elizabeth, Thomas Life "eldest son" (though youngest child), daughters Elizabeth, wife of Caleb Locke; Miriam, wife of William Wadlin; Mary, Sarah, Olive, and Abigail (Rosanna was omitted though living [MPA #4902, 12/220-221, 304]). Children, (named in father's probate YP #4902]) 3-5 minors upwards of 14 on 10 Oct 1770 and 6-8 minors under 14 on that date, surname Dyer: 1. Elizabeth, bpt 17 June 1744, m 1 Jan 1762 Caleb Locke of Hollis. 2. Thomas, bpt 15 Feb 1747, dy. 3. Miriam, bpt 25 Dec 1748, m 20 Feb 1770 William Wadlin of Biddeford. 4. Abigail, bpt 29 Sep 1751, dy. 5. Mary, bpt 19 Aug 1753, m 4 Dec 1771 Phineas Downs of Hollis. 6. Sarah, b 11 Aug 1753, d 28 Mar 1824, m Limerick 5 Oct 1775 Jeremiah Gilpatrick of Biddeford. 7. Thomas, bpt 8 Jan 1756, dy. 8. Olive, bpt 1 May 1757 or b Biddeford 1758, d Parsonsfield 20 Apr 1808, m as his 2nd wife Elisha Piper (Horace Piper, Genealogy of Elisha Piper of Parsonsfield, ME, and his Descendants, 1889, Washington DC), b Stratham 1746. 9. Stephen, bpt 12 Aug 1759, dy. 10. Abigail, bpt 27 June 1762, m _____ Coburn of Kennebunk, prob dsp. 11. Joseph, bpt 24 June 1764, dy. 12. Rosanna, b Biddeford 15 July 1767, d Parsonsfield 23 Apr 1839, m 1 Oct 1808 as his third wife (Piper, ibid) Elisha Piper, Olive's widower. 13. Thomas Life, b 15 Sep 1769, d by drowning 6 Oct 1806, leaving 3 ch: Thomas, Oliver, and Abigail. ("Descendants of Thomas Dyer and Elizabeth Melchor," ms, Dyer Library, Saco ME, and Piper, op cit).

            vi.            SARAH, b Biddeford 29 Sep 1721 (Biddeford TR, book 4); m Biddeford 2 Aug 1742 (Biddeford TR ts, 365) OBADIAH EMERY, possibly the Obed Emery bpt Berwick 28 Feb 1719/20 with his brother John, sons of James and Elizabeth Emery (NEHGR 82:80). Widow Abigail Emery and Obadiah were granted administration of a Benjamin Emery's estate on 12 Oct 1772 (MPA 12/371, 13/246). Children, bpt Biddeford 1st Church (MHGR 6:335ff), surname Emery: 1. Obediah, bpt 21 Aug 1743. 2. Sarah, bpt 29 Sep 1745. 3. Margret, bpt 31 Jan 1747/8. 4. Priscilla, bpt 4 Mar 1750. 5. Mary, bpt 31 May 1752. 6. Daniel, bpt 21 Apr 1754. 7. Rebeckah Scammon, bpt 27 June 1756. 8. Samuel, bpt 11 June 1758. 9. Ralph, bpt 27 Apr 1760. 10. Lucretia, bpt 10 Apr 1763. 11. Peace, bpt 17 Nov 1765.

            vii.            MARY, m Berwick 9 Feb 1748/9 (BVR, 192) PATRICK

MANNING, b by 29 May 1743 when he was dismissed from the church in Doverto the church in Berwick (Dover VR, 209). The last name is sometimes called MAINWARING in ME Probate records. Children, surname Manning: 1. Mary, bpt 12 Nov 1749. 2. John, bpt Berwick 14 June 1752. 3. Samuel, bpt Berwick 30 June 1754.

41. WILLIAM4 CHADBOURNE (11. Humphrey3-2 William1), born probably Berwick circa 1683; died before 14 June 1759 (CFAA); married before 1714 probably MARY NASON, born Kittery 25 Sep 1689, died after 1737, daughter of Benjamin and Martha (Canney) Nason (Anderson, "Mary3 Nason Wife of William4 Chadbourne of Berwick, Maine").

            Brother Humphrey left lands in S Berwick to William's children. At the first town meeting when Berwick was set off from Kittery in 1713, William was chosen one of the three surveyors of land, and in 1714 and 1715 was a selectman (Clayton, York Co, 294). On 21 Nov 1714 he and his wife owned the covenant and their son William was baptized (First Church of Berwick, NEHGR 82:77).

Children, 1st 3 recorded Berwick (BVR, 208), all baptized Berwick 1st and 2nd Church (NEHGR 82:77ff), surname CHADBOURNE:

62        i.            WILLIAM5, b Berwick 30 July 1714.

63        ii.           HUMPHREY, b Berwick 20 June 1716.

64        iii.          BENJAMIN, b Berwick 23 July 1718.

65        iv.           JOSEPH, b Berwick 1 June 1719.

            v.            THOMAS, b Berwick June 1723; bpt 1 June 1723; dy.

            vi.           THOMAS, b Berwick July 1724; bpt 19 July 1724; dy.

            vii.          ELIZABETH, bpt Berwick 31 Oct 1725; prob dy.

            viii.            SARAH, bpt 9 June 1728; m1 ICHABOD4 SMITH (John3, James2-1), b Berwick 25 Mar 1724 (BVR, 205), son of John and Elizabeth (Heard) Smith of Berwick (James Smith and Some of His Descendants, 42; Stackpole, Old Kittery and Her Families, 735; YCGSJ [Oct 1987]:70-73); Sarah m2 WILLIAM ROSS, bpt 2nd Church of Kittery Aug 1732, son of Hugh and Hester (Gowen) Ross of Berwick, d insane and dsp (Old Kittery, 710); m3 BENJAMIN DAVIS, bpt Boston 13 July 1729, son of William and Hannah (Winslow) Davis of Shelburne, Nova Scotia (Registry of Deeds, York Co, 1787, in signing for settlement of father's estate; Col Leonard H Smith Jr and Norma H Smith, Nova Scotia Immigrants to 1867, 67). Children, surname Smith: one of whom may have been Ichabod, b Berwick 10 Sep 1777/8, d 26 July 1852/3, m 21 May 1799 Martha/Patty Crowell, b 18 Nov 1777, d 1 Nov 1852. Had children (CFAA records, John Strenge).

66        ix.           THOMAS, bpt Berwick 28 Mar 1736.

            x.            CATHERINE, bpt 28 Mar 1736; dy as her brother named his first child for her and she was not named in father's will.

42. ELIZABETH4 CHADBOURNE (11. Humphrey3-2 William1), born probably circa 1687; died after 18 Mar 1713 and before 4 Nov 1714 when her husband remarried; married AMOS4 FERNALD, (twin) born Portsmouth NH 16 Apr 1686, died before his administration was granted 28 Nov 1739, son of John 3 (John 2, Renald 1) and Mary (Norman) Fernald who had a land grant in Kittery. Amos married second Portsmouth 4 Nov 1714 (NHGR 5:42) Mary Woodman. They lived in Biddeford. John, a son with Amos' second wife, baptized 24 July 1715. Administration of Amos' estate was granted to sons Humphrey and John on 28 Nov 1739 (NHSP Pr 2:767-8).

Children (NHGR 4:99), surname FERNALD:

            i.            AMOS5, bpt 27 May 1715, probably dy since he is not mentioned in uncle Humphrey Chadbourne's will.

            ii.           HUMPHREY, bpt 27 May 1715 with his brother; m DOROTHY SIMES (Walter Goodwin Davis, Ancestry of Joseph Waterhouse). Humphrey Fernald received by will from his uncle Humphrey 20 acres in Berwick in the "Marsh Farm" northwest of Humphrey's Pond (now Knight's Pond), three miles northeast of S Berwick on the road to N Berwick.

43. JOSEPH4 CHADBOURNE (11. Humphrey3-2 William1) called Captain; born about 1690; died by (nephew Benjamin appointed administrator) 18 Oct 1757 (YP); married Portsmouth 14 Sep 1738 (NEHGR 26:379) SARAH3 PHIPPS, baptized Portsmouth 1 Apr 1716 (NHGR 4:100), living in 1766, daughter of Thomas 2 (Solomon1) and (perhaps) Mary (Plaisted) (Hobbs) Phipps (LND, 550). He must be the Joseph who was active in surveying many areas, including the present town of Lebanon, plan of which was accepted by the General Court 24 Mar 1735. He also drew a lot in this town, as did a James Chadbourne. There is no evidence that they settled there, however (TR Books: Acton, Shapleigh, Parsonsfield, Newfield, and Lebanon). It is thought that his nephew Joseph lived for some time in Lebanon. While there has been considerable speculation that a generation was skipped since Joseph had his family late in life, the children are named in their uncle Humphrey's will as children of his brother Joseph, deceased.

Children (birthdates of first five in BVR, 206), baptized Berwick First Church, surname CHADBOURNE:

 

            i.               JOSEPH5, b Berwick 3 Mar 1739/40; bpt 20 Mar 1739/40, d 21 Mar 1739/40.

           ii.           HUMPHREY, b Berwick 13 Mar 1740/1; bpt 22 Mar; d 14 Mar 1817, age 74 (Fred B Chadbourne); m Berwick 7 June 1787 (BVR, 130) widow MARY (DOWNS) PARSONS, perhaps the Mary who d S Berwick Mar 1837, age 91. They had no children.

He inherited land from his uncle. The Chadbourne genealogy indicates that he 'lived on the hill where Wadleigh now lives and owned that place' (1858, South Berwick adjacent to Berwick Academy). His brothers and sisters seem to have taken this property in intestate succession, subject to a mortgage to Thomas Leigh.

67        iii.          THOMAS, b Berwick 30 Apr 1743.

68        iv.           JOHN, b Berwick 1 Apr 1744.

            v.            MARY, b Berwick 26 Feb 1745/6; d 8 Jan 1837, age 93 (gs, Old Fields Cem, S Berwick, MOCA 3:1784); unm.

            vi.           SARAH, bpt Berwick 26 June 1748; d 17 Nov 1836, age 91 (ibid); unm.

            vii.          HANNAH, bpt Berwick 16 Nov 1750; m Berwick 14 Oct 1771 (BVR, 8) RICHARD CLEMENTS. Children, surname Clements: 1. Sally C, b ca 1774, d 2 July 1844, age 70 (gs, Old Fields, op cit). 2. Shuah, b 22 Aug 1772, m John Chadbourne, #90. See John's bio for more info.

            viii.          OLIVE, bpt Berwick 7 June 1752; d 18 Nov 1831, age 78 (gs, Old Fields, op cit) unm.

            ix.            LUCY, bpt Berwick 9 Jan 1755; m Berwick 7 Aug 1786 (BVR, 129) as his 2nd wife SAMUEL BUTLER JR of Berwick, no children.

44. LUCIA4 CHADBOURNE (12. James3 Humphrey2 William1) born about 1681 (NHGR 5:40); died May/June 1752; married Portsmouth NH 2 Dec 1708 JEREMIAH2 CALEF, died Exeter NH 6 Mar 1762/3, will proved 25 May 1763 (NHSP Pr 7:279-280), son of Robert1 and Mary ( ) Calef.

Children (WFTv16 tree 499, Robert Calef of Boston and Roxbury), surname CALEF:

            i.            JEREMIAH5, b 1710; his father's 1762 will said he was abroad. Child, surname Calef: 1. Molly, b 23 Jan 1753, m as his m1 her cousin Lt Jeremiah Calef, see #44.iv.

            ii.            DANIEL, b 1715; d July 1770; m Boston MA 24 Dec 1747 MARGARET BODGE of Portsmouth NH, 8 children.

            iii.           LUCY, m _____ FRENCH.

            iv.            JAMES, b Portsmouth NH; d there 16 Nov 1801; m RUTH SMITH. Children, surname Calef: 1. Oliver, b Sanborntown NH 1747, d 1826, m Elizabeth Melcher. 2. Elizabeth, m Peter Folsom. 3. James. 4. Lt. Jeremiah, b Exeter NH ca 1751, m1 his cousin Molly Calef, see #44.i, m2 Hannah Brackett. 5. Lucy.

45. JAMES4 CHADBOURNE (12. James3 Humphrey2 William1) born Kittery 25 Sep 1684 (KVR, 42); married Kittery 14 Sep 1713 SARAH3 (HATCH) DOWNING (Stackpole, 313) who died after 1765 (Boyle, EF-Sanford, 56-7), daughter of Capt John2 (Philip1) and Sarah ( ) Hatch.

            Sarah was widow of Joshua Downing who was killed by Indians Sep 1712 and with whom she had 3 children, Joshua, Arabella and Alice (LND, 134). In 1719 James was one of the trustees to buy a parsonage lot (Old Eliot VI, 54-7); in 1722 he signed as a selectman an order arranging the garrison houses (Old Eliot I, 120, reprinted NEHGR); in 1725 he was an ensign in Capt. James Grant's Co (Mass Archives 91:154-6, NEHGR 49:185). He appears on a list of members of the Second Church in Kittery in 1727 (Second Church, Kittery ms, MHS, 14).

            James was a blacksmith in Kittery. On 12 Sep 1730 James of Kittery accused Charles Frost, John Belcher, and Hector, a negro of Charles Frost's, of assault. In 1729, his property was described as "on Stoney Brook." On 30 October 1733, James Chadbourne of Kittery, innholder, claimed that Capt. Edward Preble owed him 16 shillings, one penny for "vicctuals & Drink & Lodging and Horse Meat" (Old York Historical Society, manuscript).

 He was an original grantee of land in Phillipstown (Sanford) in 1739. He drew a lot and was a proprietor in the town of Lebanon in 1735, along with Joseph (Town Register Book), but probably never lived there.

            In Sanford he built a blockhouse and the second saw and grist mill near what later became the Goodall Plush factory. The mill was described as the priviledge #11, a fall of nine feet, located about a quarter mile below Moulton's "2nd falls at the Corner." The mill was standing as early as March 1754.

            Known to have been there before 1750, he was a proprietor at the founding of Sanford, with 2 sellers' lot of 130 acres, but was deceased before the incorporation (H-Sanford). James was the progenitor of the Chadbourne families of Sanford, although all the children were born in Kittery (through 1729). He had 4 sons in the French and Indian wars (LND). The "oldest house in Sanford" was built by him or his sons in the 1750's.

            Middlesex County Court shows a suit for debt between James Chadborn and Richard Lutten (1733-75A-2).

Children (KVR, 42), surname CHADBOURNE:

69        i.            JAMES5, b 23 May 1714.

70        ii.           JOHN, b 23 Mar 1716/17.

71        iii.          SAMUEL, b 7 May 1718.

            iv.           SARAH, b 3 July 1720; d Nov 1748; m 20 June 1738 as his second wife TOBIAS3 LEIGHTON (John2 William1) b 17 Nov 1701, d Nov 1748, son of John and Honor (Langdon) Leighton of Berwick. He had 4 children who dy by Grace Staples before marrying Sarah. Children, surname Leighton: 1. Sarah, b 31 Jan 1740. 2. Tobias, b 3 Aug 1742, d 1818, m1 Mary Wooster, m2 1763 Sarah Martin, 10 ch.

            v.            ELIZABETH, b 2 Feb 1722; m1 (int) 3 Jan 1740/1 (KVR, 103) JOSEPH2 SHOREY, b 25 Mar 1709, son of Samuel 1 (Emma Wixson Genealogy) and Mary (Rhodes) Shorey of Kittery (LND); m2 First Church Berwick 23 Oct 1760 (NEHGR 83:9) JOSEPH LIBBY; m3 20 Dec 1787 DANIEL FURBISH. Children with first husband, surname Shorey: 1. Elizabeth, bpt 13 May 1752. 2. Lydia, bpt 13 May 1752. 3. Mehitable, bpt 8 Nov 1754. 4. John, bpt 11 Aug 1756, d Wolfeboro NH 3 Sep 1845, m ca 1784 Mary Piper (family supplied by B Shorey, St Petersburg FL). Child with second husband, surname Libby: Ann, bpt Milton NH 1762 (Sampson Shore and his Shorey Descendants).

            vi.            LUCE or SUSAN (Ancestry), b 25 Oct 1724; d before Jan 1764; m (int) 21 Nov 1744 BENJAMIN4 FERNALD (John3-2 Renald1), b Kittery 1 Apr 1717, d between 14 Oct 1765 and l Apr 1766, son of Deacon John and Sarah (Hincks) Fernald (Stackpole). He m2 12 Jan 1764 Jane Gerrish. His will, probated Apr 1766 names no children, only nieces and nephews (Ancestry of Joseph Waterhouse, 53).

72        vii.            JOSHUA, b 25 June 1729.

46. THOMASC4 LANDALL (13. Lucy3 Humphrey2 William1); died before his administration was granted to his widow 13 Mar 1723/4 (NHSP, Pr 2:215-6); married Portsmouth NH 22 Oct 1715 MARGARET (CUTTS) PIKE, born 16 June 1687, died 15 July 1779, daughter of John and Sarah (Martyn) Cutts of Portsmouth (NEHGR 24:17). Margaret had married first before 1708 (LND, 555) Nathaniel Pike.

Children (NHGR 4:102, 104, 5:38), surname LANDALL:

            i.            ELIZABETHC5, bpt 1 June 1718 "born in the passage from Ireland" (LND, 410).

            ii.           LUCY, bpt 10 July 1720.

            iii.          THOMAS, bpt 25 Mar 1721/2.

47. LUCYC4 LEWIS (13. Lucy3 Humphrey2 William1), died shortly before 26 July 1738 when administration of her estate was granted to Peter Lewis Jr (NHSP, Pr 2:719-20); married first 16 Apr 1719 Portsmouth NH (NEHGR 24:13) SAMUEL BRIARD, whose estate was administered 10 Dec 1723, son of Elisha and Abigail ( ) Briard (named in Samuel's estate, NHPP 14:425); married second Portsmouth 25 June 1724 (NHGR 24:18) SYLVANUS2 TRIPE, died before 1 Jan 1741/2 when his mother called him deceased in her will, son of Silvanus and Margaret (Diamond) Tripe of Kittery (MPA 5/185; MW, 435; Stackpole, 781).

            In Samuel's probate papers he is called a blockmaker. At the time of his death, they were living in Portsmouth NH.

Child with first husband, surname BRIARD:

            i.            ELIZABETHC5, b by 1724, a minor more than fourteen years old 29 Nov 1738 (guardianship, NHPP 14:425).

Children with second husband, named in their grandmother Margaret Tripe's will and in their grandfather Peter Lewis' will (MW, 436, 409), surname TRIPE:

            ii.           WILLIAM SETH, b 2 Apr 1725 (Newington Baptisms, Vol 3,4)

            iii.          SAMUEL.

            iv.           ABIGAIL.

            v.            ANNA, b Kittery 12 Aug 1728; d Portsmouth NH 21 Feb 1818; m 2 Apr 1752 (NHGR 2:176) SETH WALKER, b Berwick Apr 1725, d 12 Dec 1769, son of Edward and Deliverance (Crocker) Walker. Children, surname Walker: 1. Mark, b 5 Mar 1753, m 10 June 1779 Mary Shackford. 2. Nancy, b 6 Sep 1754, m 6 May 1779 Samuel Shackford. 3. Seth, b 29 Aug 1756, m 13 Jan 1777 Temperance Peverly, 1 ch. 4. Nicholas, b 7 June 1758, d 20 June 1758. 5. William, b Portsmouth 2 Nov 1759, d 3 Dec 1832, m Newington NH 29 Feb 1784 Elizabeth Shackford (Newington CR). 6. Gideon, b 13 Sep 1763, d 2 May 1829, m 8 Mar 1789 Lydia Watson (Walker Family Bible), 10 ch (F H Campbell, CFAA).

Child after second husband's death, possible daughter of Sylvanus Tripe, surname TRIPE:

            vi.           LUCY, b before July 1738 when her mother d, "a poor child in the family of Richard Evans" when she was bpt South Church, Portsmouth 20 June 1742 (NEHGR 81:451).

48. PETERC4 LEWIS (13. Lucy3 Humphrey2 William1), born before 1698 (of full age March 1719, deposition, MPC VI:11); died before 9 Dec 1772 when his will was proved (MPA 12/379; 12/404); married Kittery 29 Dec 1726 (KVR, 65) ELIZABETH HALEY, born 25 June 1698, daughter of Andrew and Elizabeth (Scammon) Haley. Their children are named in his will of 3 Mar 1772 (MPA 12/379).

Children (as named in will), surname LEWIS:

            i.            PETERC5.

            ii.           WILLIAM.

            iii.          SAMUEL.

            iv.           ELIZABETH, m Kittery 14 Feb 1754 (KVR, 126) ANDREW HALEY JR.

            v.            LUCY.

            vi.           SARAH, m Kittery 4 Aug 1753 (KVR, 126) EBENEZER FERNALD JR, b 27 Mar 1729, d 9 June 1807, son of Ebenezer and Patience (Mendum) Fernald.

            vii.          MARY, m _____ YOUNG.

            viii.         MIRIAM, m Kittery (int) 11 Aug 1759 (KVR, 224) JOHN FERNALD, d before 13 May 1773 (MPA 12/450; 12/439).

49. ALICEC4 DONNELL (14. Alice3 Humphrey2 William1), born 2 June 1687; married first Gloucester MA (int) Sep 1708 (Gloucester VR 2:389) 13 July 1709 CALEB NORWOOD, born Gloucester circa 1685, died Boston MA before 1739 (will made 29 Nov 1735) son of Francis and Elizabeth (Coldum) Norwood; married second Gloucester 1 June 1749 (Gloucester VR 2:388) Rev JOHN WHITE, born circa 1677, died Gloucester 16 Jan 1760, in his 83rd year (Gloucester VR 3:323).

Children (Gloucester VR 1:489-498), surname NORWOOD:

            i.            ELIZABETHC5, b York 31 July 1709 (YVR, 5).

            ii.           CALEB, b 25 Feb 1711/12.

            iii.          ABIGAIL, b 8 Mar 1713/14.

            iv.           SARAH, b 25 Mar 1716.

            v.            GUSTAVUS.

            vi.           SAMUEL, b 5 Apr 1719.

            vii.          ALICE, b 21 May 1721.

            viii.         DEBORAH, b 31 Jan 1726/7, m 29 Mar 1744 ROBERT CAMPBELL.

50. NATHANIELC4 DONNELL, Esquire (14. Alice3 Humphrey2 William1) born York 18 Nov 1689, died York 9 Feb 1780 (YVR, 373), age 90; married circa 1712 HANNAH PREBLE, born circa 1690, died York 22 Oct 1767, age 75, daughter of John and Hannah Preble.

            In 1719 Nathaniel and Hannah quitclaimed her rights to the estate of her grandfather Abraham Preble. Nathaniel was a yeoman, mariner and merchant. He acquired extensive land holdings at York and was a Lieutenant colonel during the campaign against Louisbourg NS in 1745, and in 1757 was a colonel of the York County militia regiment. Nathaniel was active in business interests in Nova Scotia as well. He lived in a house made into a garrison on York St (US Rt 1-A), across from the entrance to the Marshall House. Many of the family are buried in the cemetery across the street from the York library (research of Vernon Carson). Nathaniel's will was made 18 Aug 1778, and gave his slave Dinah to his son Samuel (YP #4507; research of Perley Leighton of Westbrook).

Children, born York ME (YVR, 33, except Nathaniel who was named in his father's will), surname DONNELL:

            i.            ALICEC5, b 19 Oct 1713; m1 ca 1734 Dr DAVID3 BENNETT of York (EF-Sanford, 31), b Rowley MA 23 Mar 1712, d York ME ca 1748, son of Dr William2 (Dr David1 ) and Jemima (Nelson) Bennett; m2 York 20 May 1748 (YVR, 133) as his second wife Deacon JOSEPH SIMPSON Jr, b 16 Jan 1714/5 son of Joseph and Miriam ( ) Esmond Simpson, who had 3 children from a previous marriage, and had 3 more children (LND, 635). Children, b York (YVR, 65), surname Bennett: 1. William, b 15 Jan 1735, m Mercy Preble, 4 ch. 2. Hannah, b 25 Dec 1737, m William Donnell, son of James. 3. David, b 29 May 1740. 4. Nathaniel, b 15 Nov 1742, m Catherine Tripe, dau of Robert & Mary Tripe, 9 ch. 5. John, b 22 May 1745 (EF-Sanford, 31). Children (YVR, 60), surname Simpson: 6. Theodore, b 3 June 1750. 7. Pelatiah, b 6 Dec 1752, m his cousin Mary Donnell, dau of Nathaniel. 8. Timothy, b 4 Sep 1755.

            ii.            SAMUEL Jr, b 28 June 1715; d 27 May 1799; m York 25 Mar 1739 ELIZABETH PREBLE, b York 23 Dec 1719, d 1788, dau of Joseph and Bethia (Payne) Preble. Children (YVR, 61) surname Donnell: 1. Joseph, b 23 Nov 1741, d 1810, m Miriam Simpson, dau of Joseph & Mary Simpson, 11 ch. 2. Alice, m Matthew Ritchie. 3. Samuel, b 9 Jan 1744/5, d 1827, m Abigail Toppan, dau of Joseph. 4. Hannah, b 10 May 1747, m James Donnell, b 1736, d 1784, son of James. 5. Jotham, b 4 Jan 1749/50, m 1775 Abigail Harmon, dau of Zebulon. 6. Elizabeth, m 1779 Joseph Emerson, son of Edward. 7. Obadiah, b 24 Aug 1753, m 1783 Abigail Grow, dau of William.

            iii.           HANNAH, (twin) b 6 Mar 1721/2; d 20 Nov 1723.

            iv.           JOSEPH (twin), b 6 Mar 1721/2; d 20 Nov 1723.

            v.            NATHANIEL, m York (int) 11 Mar 1758 (YVR, 142) MARY BRAGDON, dau of Daniel Bragdon. Children (YVR, 80), surname Donnell: 1. Timothy, b 14 Sep 1758. 2. Mary, b 18 Oct 1760, m her cousin Pelatiah Simpson, son of Joseph and Alice (Donnell). 3. Nathaniel, b 31 Mar 1763. 4. Hannah, b 9 June 1765. 5. John, b 2 Jan 1768. 6. Joanna, b 18 Aug 1770. 7. Eunice, b 29 Jan 1773. 8. William, b 19 June 1775.

51. ELIZABETHC4 DONNELL (14. Alice3 Humphrey2 William1), born 26 Mar 1692; living 1 Jan 1753 (MPA 8/352); married first JOSEPH HARRIS of Portsmouth NH (LND), born Rowley MA 22 May 1686, died prior to 6 Oct 1730 when Elizabeth was appointed his administratrix (MPA 4/93), son of Timothy and Phebe (Pearson) Harris. "On Sept. 24, 1723, witnesses testified that he had been given his share of his father's estate and signed a receipt in 1718, and that he died before his father" [who died 24 Mar 1723/4]; married second York (int) 10 Sep 1726 (YVR, 117) WILLIAM BURNHAM; married third York (int) 18 Sep 1742 (YVR, 128) GEORGE JACOBS of Wells, born Salem MA 29 Sep 1677, died circa 1750 (will 21 Feb 1740, probate 24 Apr 1751, MW, 647-649), son of George and Rebecca (Frost) Jacobs (LND, 373), no children. Jacobs had 9 children from a previous marriage. Jacobs was grandson of George Jacobs who was hanged for witchcraft (LND, 373).

Children (YVR, 28), surname HARRIS:

            i.            PHEBEC5, b 20 July 1714; mentioned in grandfather Timothy Harris' will 22 Mar 1722/3 (George B Blodgette and Amos E Jewett, Early Settlers of Rowley MA, 139).

            ii.           SAMUEL, b 24 Oct 1717; m (int) York 26 Nov 1743 (YVR, 130, 73) MIRIAM SAYWARD.

            iii.          ALICE, b 14 Feb 1715/16; m1 York (int) 21 Aug 1742 (YVR, 128, 65) RALPH FARNUM JR; m2 3 Mar 1747 (YVR, 133, 60) THOMAS CURTIS.

            iv.           ELIZABETH, b 14 Feb 1715/16; prob m York 28 Apr 1737 Thomas Donnell.

52. JOANNA C4 DONNELL (14. Alice3 Humphrey2 William1) born York 12 Apr 1695, died by 1740, perhaps in childbirth (second marriage of husband); m July 1725 WYATT MOORE, a tailor of York and Biddeford, died Union River, now called Ellsworth, before 25 June 1783 when Elizabeth was appointed his administratrix (MPA 14/12, 32; 18/109), son of Thomas and Hannah Moore.

            He married second Biddeford (int) 16 Nov 1740 (NEHGR 71:133) Elizabeth Wormwood.

Child, surname MOORE:

            i.            SAMUELC5, b Biddeford 11 Mar 1740; m 29 Sep 1760 MARGARET WELCH. They had children including Charlotte (CFAA).

53. JAMESC4 DONNELL (14. Alice3 Humphrey2 William1), born 11 Apr 1704; died 1745/6 while a soldier on the Louisbourg Nova Scotia expedition, estate administered 14 Jan 1745/6 (MPA 6/191); married York 29 Jan 1729/30 (YVR, 119) MARY SAYWARD, born circa 1709, daughter of Elder Joseph and Mary (Webber) Sayward. His widow Mary married second in 1746 (YVR, 132) James Berry of Biddeford.

Children (YVR, 48), surname DONNELL:

            i.            WILLIAMC5, b 11 Dec 1731.

            ii.           MARY, b 10 Oct 1733; m York 17 Jan 1753 (YVR, 138) DANIEL GROW. Children (YVR, 75), surname Grow: 1. Mary, b 6 Feb 1754. 2. Sarah, b 10 May 1756.

            iii.          JAMES, b 2 Jan 1735/6.

            iv.          JONATHAN (MPA 9/4).

54. ELIZABETHC4 LITTEN (15. Katherine3 Humphrey2 William1), married first Kittery 17 May 1707 (KVR, 44) JOSIAH SKILLINGS, whose administration was granted 7 July 1719 (MPA 3/20), son of John Skillings (LND, 636); married second Kittery 12 Jan 1723/4 (KVR, 60) as his second wife ROGER DEERING, died Scarborough before 12 Jan 1741 when his will was probated (MW 434-5). No children with Deering. Roger and Elizabeth were granted administration of her sister Mary's estate 21 Oct 1735 (MPA 5/16).

Children (KVR, 44), surname SKILLINGS:

            i.            JOHNC5, b 15 Aug 1709, prob one of the three bur about 7 mos after Josiah died (LND, 636, MPA 4/218).

            ii.           EDWARD, b 29 May 1711 (Bible held by Peter Meigs); d Scarborough 3 Nov 1779; m Scarborough 23 Mar 1731/2 (MHGR 3:83) SARAH MILLER, b 25 Dec 1712, dau of Benjamin and Lydia (Fernald) Miller (Walter G Davis, The Ancestry of Sarah Miller, 1755-1840, 6-7). 13 children b Scarborough (MHGR 5:215, 1:31, 32, 35), surname Skillings: 1. Elizabeth, b 16 Apr 1733, m Aaron Plummer. 2. Josiah, b 23 Dec 1734, dy. 3. Lydia, b 6 Sep 1736. 4. Sarah, b 15 Oct 1738. 5. John, b 15 Oct 1740, m Hannah Hasty. 6. Catherine, b 14 May 1743, m 29 Oct 1761 Jotham Libby. 7. Josiah, b 24 Oct 1745, d Aug 1747. 8. Simeon, b 17 Dec 1747, m 25 May 1769 Mary Skillins. 9. Mark, bpt 24 June 1750. 10. Josiah, (twin) bpt 31 May 1752, m1 ca 1772 Sarah Blackstone, m2 4 Dec 1776 Susannah Noyes, 16 ch. 11. Benjamin, (twin) bpt 31 May 1752. 12. Rebecca, b 27 Apr 1754. 13. Edward, bpt 31 Oct 1756.

            iii.          ELIZABETH, b 24 Dec 1713; m Scarborough 19 Mar 1732/3 (MHGR 3:83) DANFORTH PHIPPS, bpt Portsmouth 4 Feb 1710/11 (NHGR 4:56), shipwright of Falmouth, son of Thomas and Eleanor (Harvey) (Cutts) Phipps. Children (Marquis F King, Baptisms and Admissions First Church in Falmouth, 91), surname Phipps: 1. Eleanor, bpt Scarborough 8 June 1735 (MHGR 1:117). 2. Roger Dearing, bpt 2 July 1736. 3. Olive, bpt 1738. 4. David, bpt 1741. 5. Elizabeth, bpt 1743. 6. Solomon, bpt 1745. 7. Hannah, bpt 1747. 8. Lucy, bpt 1749.

55. MARYC4 LITTEN (15. Katherine3 Humphrey2 William1), died probably Newcastle NH after 1706/7 (will of James Weymouth, MPA 5/16), and before 29 Sep 1735 inventory of her estate (NHPP 5:20); married _____ LONG, who presumably predeceased her. Roger and Elizabeth Deering were granted administration of her estate on 21 Oct 1735 (MPA 5/16).

Child, surname LONG:

            i.            MARYC5, b before 1729 since her mother's estate shows six yrs & 3 mos provision for the sd Infant allowed 21 Oct 1735 (MPA 5/16), m Falmouth 14 Feb 1742 (LND) THOMAS LARRABEE III, b Portsmouth NH 16 June 1719, d Scarborough 4 June 1797, son of Thomas and Abigail (Pittman) Larrabee. Child, surname Larrabee: 1. Elizabeth, b ca 1743; m Scarborough 28 May 1761 John Wilbor, b Little Compton RI 31 Jan 1733, d Westerly RI 24 Aug 1711, son of Benjamin and Deborah (Gifford) Wilbore.

56. MARYC4 WEYMOUTH (15. Katherine3 Humphrey2 William1); married SAMUEL RYMES, died between 28 Sep 1755 when he wrote his will and 29 Oct 1755 when it was proved (NHSP, Pr 5:347-348).

Children named in their father's will, surname RYMES:

            i.            CHRISTOPHERC5.

            ii.           ANN.

            iii.          MARY.

            iv.           DOROTHY.

            v.            CATHARINE.

            vi.           ELIZABETH.

            vii.          REBECCA.

57. LUCYC4 WEYMOUTH (15. Katherine3 Humphrey2 William1); died 1766 after writing her will (LND, 714); married Portsmouth NH 21 Oct 1722 GIDEON WALKER, born Kittery circa 1702, son of John and Elizabeth Walker.

Children, named in their mother's will (NHSP, Pr 8:266-267), surname WALKER:

            i.            JOSEPHC5.

            ii.           ELIZABETH.

            iii.          KATHERINE, m JOHN STAVERSE.

58. SAMUELC4 ALCOCK (16. Elizabeth3 Humphrey2 William1), born circa 1690s; died shortly before his administration was granted to his mother 21 Oct 1723; married 11 Oct 1722 (LND, 60) ELIZABETH WHEELRIGHT, daughter of John and Mary (Snell) Wheelright (ibid). She married second 29 May 1726 (LND, 60) John Newmarch.

Child, surname ALCOCK:

            i.            SAMUELC5, b 1723; bpt Wells 5 June 1726; d 1747, a boat builder of Portsmouth (LND, 60).

59. MARYC4 FOST (17. Mary3 William2-1), born 1666-7 (age 67 in 1734, age 84 in 1750 LND, 721); married before 1 Nov 1691 (LND, 721) JAMES WARREN of Berwick, died before 6 July 1725 when Mary was granted administration of his estate (MPA 3/207, 223, 263), son of James and Margaret Warren of Unity Parish (Berwick) (ibid). They were presented at Court on 1 Nov 1692 for fornication (YD 5:2:16, 21, 24).

            She deposed in 1734, age 67, that it was 44 years since she first knew the Lovering house at Quampegan. In June 1750, age 84, she deposed about early Chadbournes (LND, 721).

Children (KVR, 15), surname WARREN:

            i.            MARYC5, b 23 Feb 1692; witness to John Keay's will 13 Apr 1710 (LND, 721).

            ii.           MARGARET, b 5 Nov 1694; m Berwick 18 Dec 1718 (BVR, 112) NATHANIEL HEARD, b 23 Jan 1696/7, d 10 Oct 1723, son of Lt Tristram and Abigail ( ) Heard. 2 children.

            iii.           JAMES, b 8 June 1698; m MARY GOODWIN, dau of Moses 4 and Abigail (Taylor) Goodwin. Children (Stackpole, 786), surname Warren: 1. Sarah, m Moses Stevens of Somersworth NH. 2. Benjamin, b 27 July 1723, m1 5 Aug 1744 Mary Nock, b 4 Apr 1723, d 17 Mar 1758; m2 25 Nov 1760 Mehitable Smith. 3. Elizabeth, b 30 May 1725, m1 Joseph Goodwin b June 1724, d Hollis now Dayton, son of John Goodwin; she m2 Daniel Young who d 14 Aug 1796. 4. Moses, m 27 Nov 1765 Mary Cooper, bpt 21 Mar 1745/7, dau of John. 5. James, m 6 Aug 1756 Elizabeth Hasty. 6. Samuel, m (int) 29 June 1765 Mary Andros, he may have gone to Biddeford and m 11 May 1749 Sarah Gray, dau of Robert. 7. Chadbourne, m Jane Nason, bpt 16 July 1721, dau of Benjamin. 8. William, m Esther Weymouth. 9. Martha, d 27 Oct 1771. 10. Mary, m John Field (LND, 721).

            iv.           RACHEL, b 26 Aug 1700; d Sep 1703.

            v.            GILBERT, b 30 Apr 1703; m ABIGAIL _____. 8 children (Stackpole, 786-7), surname Warren: 1. Gideon, bpt 8 July 1736. 2. Alden, bpt 8 July 1736. 3. Rachel, bpt 8 July 1736. 4. Gilbert, bpt 6 Sep 1739, m Lydia Jellison. 5. Abigail, bpt 3 Aug 1740, m Joseph Hasty. 6. Lucy.

            vi.            JOHN, b 16 Dec 1705; m MARY HEARD, b 10 June 1709, dau of Lt Tristram and granddau of John. Children as named in will dated 8 Oct 1768 (MPA 12/73), surname Warren: 1. Keziah. 2. Margaret. 3. Mary. 4. John (eldest son). 5. Tristram. 6. Ichabod. 7. Nathaniel. 8. Pelatiah.

60. WILLIAMC4 FOST (17. Mary3 William2-1), born Dover NH 11 Mar 1673/4 (Dover VR, 40, recorded with the births of the children of his third wife); d Dover after 1738; married first before 1 Nov 1692 (LND, 443) MARGERY LORD, daughter of Nathan and Martha (Everett) Lord; married second Dover 26 Apr 1703 (Dover VR, 130) SARAH (FERNSIDE) HEARD, daughter of John and Elizabeth (Starr) Fernside and widow of Nathaniel (LND, 231); married third, probably circa 1727 (LND, 241) MARY (HORNE) HANSON, daughter of John Horne, widow of Benjamin Hanson (LND, 349; Dover VR, 13). William and Margery were presented at court for fornication on 1 Nov 1692 (YD 5:2:16, 21, 35).

Children with first wife, surname FOST:

            i.            WILLIAMC5, b ca 1692; bpt (prob not as infant) Portsmouth 1708 (as Frost); m 1 June 1716 (NEHGR 23:392) ELIZABETH SNELL. 5 children bpt Portsmouth 1717-27 as Forse (NEHGR 81:425), surname Frost: 1. Elizabeth, bpt 7 Apr 1717. 2. Hannah, bpt 6 Sep 1719. 3. John, bpt 16 Apr 1721. 4. Eliza, bpt 16 Aug 1724. 5. Lydia, bpt 7 May 1727.

            ii.            MARY, b ca 1694; m by 1726 JOHN WALDRON, bpt Dover NH 3 July 1726 (Dover VR, 136) with his son John.

            iii.           SARAH, m by 1729 JOSEPH CONNER, both bpt 31 Aug 1729 (probably for marriage, Dover VR, 138). d before 1771 (LND, 166). Children, surname Conner: 1. Benjamin. 2. John. 3. Sarah, m Dover 11 Feb 1768 (Dover VR, 170) Benjamin Hanson Jr.

            iv.            HUMPHREY, prob bpt Dover 31 July 1720, m before 1747 CATHERINE 4 WEDGEWOOD, d Somersworth 19 Mar 1776, dau of John3 (John2-1) Wedgewood (LND, 732). Humphrey was unm. in 1736 at his father's death, but Catherine was his wife in 1747.

            v.            MARJORIE, bpt with her half sister Lydia on 4 April 1725; m JAMES RICHARDS.

A Benjamin Foss, baptized 30 July 1710, was the son of William Foss and Sarah (Buswell) Foss, and not part of this family.

Children with second wife, surname Fost:

            vi.            LYDIA, b Dover 7 Jan 1705 (Dover VR, 5).

            vii.           JOHN, perhaps a son (LND, 242).

Children with third wife, surname Fost:

            viii.          MARY, b Dover 24 June 1728 (Dover VR, p 40); m Oct 1751 (Stackpole) SAMUEL RICKER of Somersworth NH.

            ix.            CHADBOURNE, b Dover 26 Mar 1731 (ibid).

            x.            DANIEL, bpt Dover 26 Aug 1733 (ibid, p 140).

            xi.            LYDIA, b Dover 14 May 1738 (ibid, p 143).

61. ELIZABETHC4 FOST (17. Mary3 William2-1), married first York 8 Nov 1698 by Capt Abraham Preble (YVR, 113) DANIEL2 DILL, born circa 1679 (23 in Aug 1702, MPC; LND, 196), killed by Indians near the Garrison 2 Apr 1711 (LND, 196) "On Tuesday last five of the Skulking Indian Enemy kill'd two Men about Scotland Garrison at York..." (Boston News-Letter, 9 Apr 1711), son of Daniel and Dorothy (Moore) Dill; she married second after 1711 HENRY BEEDLE, son of Robert and Mary Beadle (LND, 196).

Children (LND, 196; YVR, 24), surname DILL:

            i.            MARYC5, b 25 Nov 1699; m1 Kittery 12 Mar 1718/19 (KVR, 49) BENJAMIN HUTCHINS, d before 3 Oct 1721 (MPA 3/107), son of Enoch and Mary (Stevenson) Hutchins (LND, 366); m2 Kittery 26 June 1723 (KVR, 60) PHILIP CARY. Child (Hugh Hutchins of Old England, 690), surname Hutchins: 1. Dorcas, m Enoch Danforth. Child (YVR, 49), surname Cary: 2. Thomas, b York 5 May 1731.

            ii.            DOROTHY, b 9 Sep 1700; m ROBERT LAMBERT. Children, surname Lambert: 1. Daniel, b 20 Mar 1723/4. 2. Elizabeth, b 28 Feb 1725/6. 3. Sherebiah, b 28 Mar 1738.

            iii.           JOHN, b 8 Nov 1703.

            iv.           DANIEL, b 28 Feb 1705/6; m York 1 Apr 1731 (YVR, 119) HANNAH BOWDEN or BOODY. Children (YVR, 49), surname Dill: 1. Daniel, b 15 Jan 1731/2. 2. Hannah, b 16 May 1735. 3. Joseph, (twin) b 2 Oct 1738. 4. Mary, (twin) b 2 Oct 1738.

            v.            DORCAS, b 16 July 1708.

            vi.           JOSEPH, b 14 Jan 1710/11; m York 11 Dec 1733 (YVR, 121) ELIZABETH PRICE of Berwick.

Children (LND, 86 & YVR, 124-5), surname BEEDLE:

            vii.            SARAH5 b 24 Apr 1714; a widow Bridges d York 22 Dec 1800 (YVR, 397); m York 26 Oct 1734 (YVR, 122) EDMUND BRIDGES, son of Josiah and Elizabeth (Bragdon) Bridges, b York 8 July 1710 (YVR, 12), d York 28 Nov 1794 (YVR, 48). Children (YVR, 397), surname Bridges: 1. Daniel, b 24 Nov 1735, m York 15 Aug 1761 Mary Brawn, b York 19 May 1739, dau of Richard and Eunice (Wittum) Brawn, 9 ch. 2. Ruth, b York 7 Nov 1737. 3. Edmund, b 7 Nov 1739. 4. Sarah, b 17 May 1742. 5. Martha, b 17 Jan 1744/5. 6. Thomas, b 12 Oct 1747. 7. Joshua, b 7 Mar 1749/50. (Ancestry of Marjorie Drisko, CFAA)

            viii.          ELIZABETH, b 6 Sep 1715.

            ix.            ITHAMAR, b 2 July 1719; d York 7 Mar 1803 (LND, 196); m1 PRISCILLA DAY of Wells, dau of Joseph; m2 York 20 June 1756 (BVR, 196) MARY THURLA, b Kittery 17 Oct 1728 (KVR, 64), d York 7 Feb 1798 (YVR, 396), dau of Richard and Anne (Gowen) Thurla. Children with first wife (YVR, 75), surname Dill: 1. Esther, b 24 Mar 1750. 2. John, b 20 Aug 1752. Children with second wife (YVR, 75), surname Dill: 3. Abigail, b 12 Apr 1757. 4. Joseph, b 9 Dec 1759. 5. Mary, b 10 Apr 1761. 6. James, b 29 July 1763.

            x.            ELEAZER, b 21 May 1722; m York 18 Nov 1755 (YVR, 140) CATHERINE KILGORE.

     xi.                    MARTHA, b 14 Nov 1724; m York (int) 27 Apr 1751 "never published being forbid" (YVR, 136) JOHN REED. She m York 9 Oct 1751 (YVR, 137) JOSEPH HOBBS

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