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BANKS / SPENCER / ROGERS FAMILY GENEALOGY

ELBERT BANKS (1790 – 1873) CYRUS P. SPENCER (1826 – 1874) CHARLES HENRY ROGERS (1852 – 1914) OF 267 ELLSWORTH STREET, BLACK ROCK, CONNECTICUT

Compiled by James Llewellyn Lucas FIRST EDITION

Written & Published by James Llewellyn Lucas 84 Bolton St. Hamden, CT 06518 LUCASJL@SNET.NET This document is available in Digital format from the author Dec 2007


CONTENTS Forward

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Acknowledgements

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Introduction

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Elbert Banks Biographical Data & Cyrus P. Spencer Biographical Data

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Charles H. Rogers Biographical Data

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Genealogical Data A listing of Rogers Descendants (of John Mehan)

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A listing of some of the Ancestors of Hattie Maria Spencer

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Sources, References

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Index to the Genealogical Data

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Disconnected Rogers and Spencer Families

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Appendices 177 Toilsome Hill Rd.

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Black Rock School Photographs circa 1901

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Ethel Rogers Class Picture at Black Rock School

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Black Rock Map showing Banks, Spencer, Rogers, Lucas homes

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Map of Pittstown, Rensselaer County, NY home of Rogers / Mehan family

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Map of Fordham, NYC Home of John W. Rogers

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Rogers Family Newspaper Article

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Obituary Of Cyrus P. Spencer & Obituary Of Hattie Spencer Rogers

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Spencers In Damariscotta, Maine

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Spencer & Rogers Bridgeport City Directory Records

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Banks & Spencer Census Records

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Rogers Census Records

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Record Of The Estate Of Mary Rodgers Proving Her Last Will And Testament

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Will Of Mary Rogers - Letter From B.W. File To Charles H. Rogers

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Descendants of Jerusha Packard

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Two Newspaper Articles About The Death Of C.H. Rogers

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Banks Bible Records & Spencer Rogers Bible Records

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Cyrus Spencer and Sarah M. Banks Marriage Record

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Children Of Rebekah Dunham & Elnathan Packard

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Ethel Anna Rogers (Lucas) Obituaries

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Revolutionary War Ancestors Of Hattie Maria Spencer

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The Pension File of James Dunham

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History of settlement of Oxford County, Maine

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Brief History of the Town of Hebron, Maine

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A Brief History of the Town of Oxford, ME

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Illustrations 267 Ellsworth Street (AKA 27 Church St. & 27 Ellsworth)

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Black Rock Map; Beers, Ellis and Soule1867

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Rogers Family Pictures

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Mountain Grove Cemetery Maps

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FORWARD This copy of the Banks / Spencer / Rogers Family Genealogy is not a finished product. It represents the current status of research compiled by the author. The main purposes of this book are: to preserve the research, to assist any unknown cousins who may be researching these families, and to ask readers for assistance in providing missing data. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT This is to acknowledge the research done by Arnold P. Danz, whose Rogers family research provided the background data for Charles Henry Rogers of Black Rock, Bridgeport, CT. As far as I know Arnold was not a close relative but he did a lot of research on this family. I would like to thank my Aunt Gini Thomson and cousin Joan Lucas Spencer for sending copies of information they had that is obviously not available anywhere else. Finally I would like to thank Joyce Brown of Nobleboro, Maine for her help and encouragement. Written in Memory of the ancestors recorded in this book.

James Llewellyn Lucas

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INTRODUCTION The purpose of this book is to document and share with others the research I have completed on some of the ancestors of my grandmother Ethel Anna Rogers of Black Rock who married Frank Benjamin Lucas in 1909. Before 1874 Black Rock was part of Fairfield and after that time it became part of Bridgeport. Ethel and Frank went to the same one room schoolhouse in Black Rock and undoubtedly met there. Ethel had a difficult family life as a girl, her father Charles Henry Rogers (A.K.A. Michael Jr.) was an alcoholic and her mother Hattie Spencer died in 1905 at age 43 of Chronic Parenchymatous Nephritis and Uremia (Kidney Disease). After their mother died, Ethel’s younger siblings Charles, Hattie, and Walter were sent to the Bridgeport Protestant Orphan Asylum and as teenagers, she, her brother Chester and sister Ida petitioned the Probate Court to appoint the Bridgeport Trust Co. as their guardian. A portion of a newspaper article (circa May 1905) explains the situation: “The family is one residing at Black Rock where they have been for many years. The mother died some two months ago, leaving property to the children, enough to support and care for them. The father is still alive but does little for their support. He is a blacksmith by trade. He has certain notions regarding how they should be brought up that are not agreeable to the children. Accordingly they petitioned the probate court through Attorney R.H. Gould for the appointment of the Bridgeport Trust Co. as their guardian.” Ethel married Frank Lucas 4 years after her mother died and they moved to Waterbury for a short time before returning to Black Rock. Their first son Alvin died as an infant at Waterbury. Over the years they lived at 5 Fox Street, 30 Bennett St. and 75 Clarkson at Black Rock. Frank was the son of James Lewis (J. L.) Lucas and Charlotte Drew who lived at 3 Fox Street in Black Rock. The Lucas family was originally from Carver, Mass. but Frank and his brother Chester were born at Saugus and Lynn, Mass. while the family lived in the area. JL wrote a biography where he states that he had a job at The General Electric Co in Lynn. At Black Rock JL and Frank founded J. L. Lucas & Son around 1905 which was a successful Machine Tool Dealership that remained in business for over 60 years. A company of that name still exists in Waterbury as of 2005. During WW1, Frank left Connecticut to serve in the U.S. Ambulance Corps in France from August 1918 to April 1919. In these years of 1915 through the 1920’s the Lucas family had a summer cottage they called Beacon at Short Beach in Stratford where the families of Frank, Chester and JL would spend summer vacation. JL eventually spent a lot of time at Beacon after his wife died in 1923 until the time he moved to Miami, FL where he died in 1944. Frank’s only sibling Chester Lewis Lucas married Ella Sophia Barnes and the family moved to Syracuse, NY where Chester died of appendicitis in 1921 at age 40. Chester’s son Lewis was employed at J. L. Lucas for many years and lived at Black Rock. Chester also had a son Chester Laurice and a daughter Isabell (married name Butler). Ethel’s father Charles Henry Rogers died in 1914 after being struck by a car at the corner of State St. and Park Ave in Bridgeport. He was born Michael Rogers near Pittstown, NY, the son of Immigrants from County Clare Ireland. The newspaper reported he was formerly a horse trainer and jockey known as “Yankee Rogers” for some time during the 1890’s. It is possible that his brother John W. Rogers is in fact the same horse trainer who was inducted into the National Museum of Racing Hall of Fame, Saratoga Springs, NY in 1955. That John W. was a well known horse trainer from 1880 – 1907 and trained the horse Lamplighter who won many races from 1891 to nd 1895. Lamplighter also finished 2 in the Brooklyn Handicap in 1893. It is possible Charles worked closely with his brother or perhaps even some of his brother’s popularity and achievements were incorrectly attributed to him. This requires further investigation. Eventually Frank and Ethel had a new home built in the 1930’s on Toilsome Hill Rd. in Fairfield where they lived comfortably for the rest of their lives. Ethel died on Easter of 1965 of Uremia (Kidney Disease). Frank died in 1967. Frank and Ethel had 3 children: Virginia Drew Lucas (m Joseph Thomson) of Glendale, CA and Spokane, WA, Austin Dudley Lucas (m Laura Wilbur & Frances ?) of Fairfield, Ct, Delray and Boynton Beach, FL ; and Chester Alison Lucas (m Joyce White) of Fairfield, Bethany and Hamden, CT. Frank and Ethel had 9 grandchildren: Nancy Drew Lucas (Atherton), Joan Spencer Lucas, Brett Thomson, Pamela Thomson (Morad), Rogers Thomson, Heather Thomson (Caverly), Joanne Lucas (Bracewell), James L. Lucas and Jonathan D. Lucas.

I hope you will find this book useful. J.L.L.

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ELBERT BANKS OF 267 ELLSWORTH ST. BLACK ROCK Elbert Banks appears to be the first owner of the house built around 1850 at 267 Ellsworth St. at Black Rock, originally known as number 27 Church St. before the street name was changed to Ellsworth. (Ref: Lathrop p 158). He was the son of Hyatt Banks and Elizabeth Wakeman. The Banks and Wakeman families trace back to the earliest settlers of Greenfield Hill in Fairfield. Hyatt, his father Gershom Banks Sr and Elizabeth’s father Ebenezer Wakeman were Minute Men in the Revolutionary War; (Ref: DAR Patriot Index). In the 1850 Census of Black Rock Elbert is age 60 and listed as a farmer with his wife Polly (Merwin) age 53 and his daughter Maria (A.K.A. Sarah Maria) age 23. The value of the real estate is listed as $1000.00. Elbert Banks is on the first subscription list of Black Rock Congregational Church which was built in 1849 at the corner of Church (now Ellsworth) and Bartram (Ref: Justinius; Page 115). Polly Merwin died in 1864 and Elbert Banks died in 1873 and they are buried at Mountain Grove Cemetery. They may have originally been buried at the Church plot at the corner of State & Park and moved to Mtn. Grove (Ref: Note written by Frank Lucas). Polly was the daughter of Meeker Merwin and Sarah Hull who descend from the early Greenfield Hill Fairfield families of Merwin, Meeker and Hull.

CYRUS SPENCER OF PARKMAN, ME, DAMARISCOTTA, ME & BLACK ROCK, CT On Nov 14, 1853 (Sarah) Maria Banks, daughter of Elbert and Polly married Cyrus P. Spencer of Damariscotta, Maine at Black Rock Congregational Church and took ownership of 267 Ellsworth St. the same year.(Ref: Justinius p 63). Cyrus was probably born in Parkman, ME. where he lived in 1850 with his parents Samuel and Jerusha (Packard). (Ref: 1850 census) shortly before moving to Damariscotta, ME. There is no record of any Spencer families in or near Damariscotta in the early 1800’s. Cyrus rd became a 3 order Freemason at Alna Lodge Number 43 at Damariscotta, ME. on May 28, 1851 (Ref: Original Certificate in possession of Joan Lucas Spencer and per Mason’s records at Portland, ME). Cyrus joined St. John’s Masonic Lodge #3 at Black Rock on Aug 17, 1864. Since Cyrus was a ship’s carpenter, it is likely he was at Damariscotta to learn his trade since that town was well known for it’s shipbuilding. Black Rock was also a thriving shipbuilding center between 1845 and 1865 (Ref: Brilvitch). His death record offers no information on his place of birth but some records say Maine (Ref: Mountain Grove Cemetery Records and 1870 Black Rock Census) and the 1860 Census says his birthplace was Conn. James and Louisa Spencer listed in Damariscotta in the 1850 census are undoubtedly his brother and sister listed as follows: James Spencer, Farmer Ae 19y (b 1831) in Family of Daniel Day (Ref: 1850 US Census Damariscotta) and Louisa Spencer, Ae 22y (b 1828) in Family of John Little (Ref: 1850 US Census Damariscotta) (Ref: Vol 1 Births Deaths Maine Hist Soc 1951) The Parkman, ME 1850 census shows Cyrus has a brother James and sister Louisa of the same age as those in Damariscotta. This Cyrus is not Sgt Cyrus Spencer who enlisted in the Co. A Volunteer Infantry at Haddam, CT Aug 3, 1862 during the Civil War. That Cyrus Spencer died Aug 13, 1863 (Ref: Records of Ct men in the War of the Rebellion, Page 777). It is possible that Cyrus knew Capt. William Hall who moved from Maine and bought all four shipyards at Black Rock in 1856. (Ref: Brilvitch; p 15). In the 1860 US census, Elbert and Polly still lived at the house with Cyrus P. Spencer ae 34 Ship Carpenter, (this census incorrectly says Cyrus was born in Connecticut), Maria ae 34, Ida ae 5 and Frank ae 2. Polly died in 1864 and in the 1870 census it appears that Elbert no longer lived at 267 Ellsworth. Elbert died at age 82 in 1873. In 1874 Cyrus Spencer died at age 49 leaving the widow (Maria) Sarah Banks Spencer as owner of the house until 1888 (Ref: Justinius; p 63) when her daughter Hattie was the owner. Per the 1860 census and an 1867 map of Black Rock, Morris Gould who was also a Ship Carpenter lived next door to 267 Ellsworth . (Ref: Justinius; p 100,). Cyrus and Sarah had 4 children: Ida F (died 1881 at age 27)., Frank M. m Annie Burnett, Hattie Maria, and Annie M. m Thomas Hegeman. Sarah Banks Spencer died May 8, 1891. Cyrus Spencer purchased Lot 35 in Section 6 of Mountain Grove Cemetery where many of his descendants are buried along with his In Laws Elbert Banks and Polly Merwin. Mountain Grove Cemetery notes of Frank Lucas for Lot 35 section 6 state: “Early burials originated from church plot – State (St.) and Park (Ave) – moved to Mt. Grove!” Perpetual Care since 1946 paid by FBL” Maybe this means that Polly Merwin and Elbert Banks were moved to Mountain Grove. (See references page 26)

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MICHAEL ROGERS OF PITTSTOWN, NY A.K.A. CHARLES HENRY ROGERS OF BLACK ROCK Hattie Spencer married Charles Henry Rogers at Black Rock Congregational Church on August 8, 1883. In the 1885 Bridgeport Directory Charles H Rogers is listed as a Peddler boarding on Church St (now Ellsworth) undoubtedly living with his wife at the home of his mother in law Sarah Banks the widow of Cyrus Spencer. Hattie Spencer Rogers took possession of 267 Ellsworth in 1888. Charles H. Rogers was born Michael Rogers Sept 20, 1852 in Pittstown, Rensselaer County, NY. (Ref 1,2,3, & 4) the son of Michael Rogers and Mary Mehan (daughter of John Mehan and Kate ?) who were immigrants from Ireland, allegedly County Clare (Ref 6). Charles Henry was not in Bridgeport until after the 1880 census. It is assumed his birth date is Sept 20 based on his death record and the place Pittstown and year 1852 is deduced from the Pittstown census records (Ref 1, 2, & 7). The information on his death record has the birth year 1862 and birth place Rutland, VT and the 1900 U.S. census has 1858 for the birth year and VT for birthplace. It is possible he adjusted the data some time during his life. It is also a mystery why he changed his name to Charles Henry. It is noted that the data on his death record was provided by his daughter Ida. Michael Rogers Sr. was naturalized after the 1855 census and before the 1865 census. (Ref 1 & 7) and he died Jan 1866 (Ref 6). A search by the author for the Naturalization record of Michael Sr. at the Troy County Clerks Record Office was unsuccessful. It appears that Michael Jr. moved out of Pittstown before the 1870 census (Ref 10) . Perhaps this is when he lived at Rutland, VT (further investigation required). Michael’s sister Catherine (Kate) was born in Ireland according to Census records and she married William Tallent abt 1864 and was living in Pittstown when her mother Mary Mehan Rogers died on Sept 15,1893 (Ref 3 & 8). His brother William died at age 24 on Mar 9, 1882 (Ref 9). There was also a brother John W. Rogers of Fordham, NYC who received the entire estate in his mother’s will (Ref 3). He allegedly died in 1936 and is buried in North Troy (Ref 6). Charles Henry Rogers and Hattie Spencer had 6 children: Chester Spencer m Anna Reiner, Ida Francis m Harry Zibell, Ethel Anna m Frank B. Lucas, Charles Henry A.K.A. Charles Horrocks (adopted by Horrocks family) m Julia Reimer, Hattie Viola m Frank Grimley and ? Rink, and Walter Thomas who were all born in CT except Chester Spencer who was born June 17, 1884 in New York (Ref 11). This seems to indicate that Charles and Hattie lived in New York for a short time between 1883 when they were married and 1885 when CH is listed in the Bridgeport directory. Charles Henry Jr. was adopted by a family named Horrocks and he died Jul 1985 in Teaneck, NJ (Ref 12). Charles Henry Rogers died in 1914 after being struck by a car at the corner of State St. and Park Ave in Bridgeport. YANKEE ROGERS – PEDDLER, JOCKEY, HORSETRAINER, BLACKSMITH, VETERINARY SURGEON From the newspaper reports following Charles Henry Roger’s death we learn he was formerly a horse trainer and jockey known as “Yankee Rogers” for some time during the 1890’s and possibly before that (See Article 2 in the Appendix). As a jockey he would have been small in stature weighing no more than about 120 to 130 Lbs. It is possible that his brother John W. Rogers of Fordham, NY City is in fact the same horse trainer who was inducted into the National Museum of Racing (NMR) Hall of Fame, Saratoga Springs, NY in 1955. This John W. Rogers was a well known horse trainer from 1880 – 1907 and trained nd the horse Lamplighter who won many races from 1891 to 1895. Lamplighter also finished 2 in the Brooklyn Handicap in 1893. Fordham New York City was near Jerome Park race track (1866 to 1889) where the Belmont Stakes Horse Race was first run. In 1890 the Belmont Stakes was moved to Morris Park (also near Fordham) and was run there until Belmont Park opened in 1905. It is possible Charles worked closely with his brother in horse racing. Unfortunately records of the NMR indicate John W. Rogers was from Louisiana, not New York and some searches at NMR and Keeneland Library (Keeneland.com) yield no record of Charles Henry Rogers or Yankee Rogers. This requires further investigation. C.H. Roger’s other occupations were Peddler (1885 Bridgeport Directory), Blacksmith (Newspaper and 1905 directory) and Veterinary Surgeon (1900 Census). Ref 1. 1855 Pittstown, NY Census (Bennington Vt. Museum Library, Troy Library) Ref 2. 1860 US Census Pittstown Ref 3. Will of Mary Rogers Surrogates Court, Troy, NY Ref 4. Death Record of Charles H. Rogers Bridgeport, CT Ref 5. Hattie M. Rogers Obituary Bridgeport Post Thurs Mar 30, 1905 Ref 6 Arnold P. Danz, Ana Wager, Nellie Fogarty Information

Ref 7 1865 Pittstown NY Census (Troy Library) Ref 8 Mary Rogers Gravestone St. John’s Cemetery Schaghticoke, NY Ref 9 William Rogers Gravestone St. John’s Cemetery Schaghticoke, NY Ref 10 1870 US Census, Pittstown Ref 11 1900 US Census Fairfield County, CT Ref 12 Social Security Death Record for Charles Horrocks

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GENEALOGICAL DATA

Some of the Descendants of JOHN MEHAN Grandfather of Michael A.K.A. Charles H. Rogers (Items without sources should be verified) Generation No. 1 1. JOHN1 MEHAN was born in IRELAND, and died in BUR ST. JOHN'S R.C.CEM SCHAGHTICOKE, N.Y. He married KATE (?).

Children of JOHN MEHAN and KATE (?) are: 2.

i. ii. iii. iv.

MARY2 MEHAN, b. 1823, IRELAND; d. September 15, 1893, Tomhannock, Pittstown, Rens Co. NY. KATE MEHAN, b. Unknown; m. TIMOTHY KINNEY. ANN MEHAN, b. Unknown; m. PATRICK KINNEY. PATRICK MEHAN, b. Unknown; d. BATTLE OF BULL RUN.

Generation No. 2 2. MARY2 MEHAN (JOHN1) was born 1823 in IRELAND, and died September 15, 1893 in Tomhannock, Pittstown, Rens Co. NY (Source: Pittstown Vital Records.). She married MICHAEL ROGERS Unknown in UNK.

Notes for MICHAEL ROGERS: RESIDENCE RAYMERTOWN & TOMHANNOCK IN PITTSTOWN, RENSSELAER COUNTY N.Y. (Philip Danz) FROM COUNTY CLARE IRELAND (Arnold Danz) Naturalized between 1855 and 1865 (Per NY State Census Pittstown 1855 & 1865) More About MICHAEL ROGERS: Fact 1: 1855, Was an Alien (NY State Census Pittstown) Fact 2: 1865, Was Naturalized Citizen (NY State Census) Children of MARY MEHAN and MICHAEL ROGERS are: 3.

i. WILLIAM3 ROGERS, b. 1858; d. March 1882. ii. CHARLES HENRY ROGERS, b. September 20, 1852, PITTSTOWN, RENS CO. NY; d. March 03, 1914, BRIDGEPORT, CT. iii. JOHN W. ROGERS, b. 1862, PITTSTOWN, RENS CO. NY; d. 1936, BURIED NO. TROY N.Y.. Notes for JOHN W. ROGERS: May be the Horse Trainer John W. Rogers National Racing Museum Hall of Fame Saratoga NY

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CATHERINE ROGERS, b. Abt. 1847, IRELAND; m. WILLIAM TALLENT, Unknown.

Generation No. 3 3. CHARLES HENRY3 ROGERS (MARY2 MEHAN, JOHN1) was born September 20, 1852 in PITTSTOWN, RENS CO. NY (Source: Arnold P. Danz Chart.), and died March 03, 1914 in BRIDGEPORT, CT (Source: Bridgeport Vital Records.). He married HATTIE MARIA SPENCER August 08, 1883 in BLACK ROCK CONG. CHURCH (Source: (1) SPENCER/ROGERS BIBLE., (2) Bridgeport Vital Records, Vol 3 Page 210.), daughter of CYRUS SPENCER and SARAH BANKS.

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Notes for CHARLES HENRY ROGERS: Also known as Michael Jr. More About CHARLES HENRY ROGERS: Cause of Death: struck by auto Children of CHARLES ROGERS and HATTIE SPENCER are: 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi.

CHESTER SPENCER4 ROGERS, b. June 17, 1884, N.Y.. IDA FRANCIS ROGERS, b. August 09, 1886; d. 1967, MTN GROVE CEM. ETHEL ANNA ROGERS, b. July 31, 1890, Bridgeport; d. April 18, 1965, Bridgeport. CHARLES HENRY ROGERS (HORROCKS), b. December 29, 1894. HATTIE VIOLA ROGERS, b. July 17, 1900. WALTER THOMAS ROGERS, b. July 17, 1902 (Source: SPENCER/ROGERS BIBLE.); d. Aft. 1965.

Generation No. 4 4. CHESTER SPENCER4 ROGERS (CHARLES HENRY3, MARY2 MEHAN, JOHN1) was born June 17, 1884 in N.Y. (Source: Birth Date: SPENCER/ROGERS BIBLE, BPlace: Census.). He married ANNA REINER June 05, 1913 (Source: SPENCER/ROGERS BIBLE.).

Children of CHESTER ROGERS and ANNA REINER are: i. ALICE5 ROGERS, m. JOSEPH FINOCHIO. ii. HELEN SPENCER ROGERS, b. July 10, 1924 (Source: SPENCER/ROGERS BIBLE.); d. July 1950 (Source: SPENCER/ROGERS BIBLE.); m. PHILIP DANZ.

5. IDA FRANCIS4 ROGERS (CHARLES HENRY3, MARY2 MEHAN, JOHN1) was born August 09, 1886 (Source: SPENCER/ROGERS BIBLE.), and died 1967 in MTN GROVE CEM (Source: Mountain Grove Cem Records.). She married HARRY G. ZIBELL Bef. 1916 (Source: SPENCER/ROGERS BIBLE.). Notes for IDA FRANCIS ROGERS: Lived Cooke St. and later Central Ave Waterbury, CT (Ethel A. Rogers Obituary)

Children of IDA ROGERS and HARRY ZIBELL are: MARION F.5 ZIBELL, b. December 05, 1916 (Source: SPENCER/ROGERS BIBLE.); d. Aft. 1982; m. GEORGE D. HOLLOWAY. ii. KENNETH ZIBELL, b. October 17, 1923 (Source: SPENCER/ROGERS BIBLE.). i.

6. ETHEL ANNA4 ROGERS (CHARLES HENRY3, MARY2 MEHAN, JOHN1) was born July 31, 1890 in Bridgeport (Source: BIRTH CERT.), and died April 18, 1965 in Bridgeport (Source: DEATH CERT.). She married FRANK B . LUCAS October 26, 1909 in BLACK ROCK CONG. CH. BRIDGEPORT, CT (Source: SPENCER/ROGERS BIBLE.). Notes for ETHEL ANNA ROGERS: Member of Second Cong Church Waterbury abt 1913-1914.

Children of ETHEL ROGERS and FRANK LUCAS are: ALVIN SPENCER5 LUCAS, b. October 22, 1913, WATERBURY CT (Source: SPENCER/ROGERS BIBLE.); d. November 01, 1913, WATERBURY CT. ii. AUSTIN DUDLEY LUCAS, b. 1915, BRIDGEPORT , CT; m. LAURA WILBUR, Unknown. iii. VIRGINIA DREW LUCAS, b. 1917; m. JOSEPH THOMSON. iv. CHESTER ALISON LUCAS, b. 1923, BRIDGEPORT, CT (Source: BIRTH CERT.); d. December 24, 1998, BRANFORD, CT (Source: DEATH CERT.); m. JOYCE MURIEL WHITE, Bridgeport (Source: MARRIAGE CERT.). i.

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7. CHARLES HENRY ROGERS4 (HORROCKS) (CHARLES HENRY3 ROGERS, MARY2 MEHAN, JOHN1) was born December 29, 1894 (Source: SPENCER/ROGERS BIBLE.). He married JULIA REIMER.

Children of CHARLES (HORROCKS) and JULIA REIMER are: i. CHARLES ROGERS5 HORROCKS, m. MARGARET UNKNOWN. ii. RUTH HORROCKS, m. (1) UNKNOWN; m. (2) FRED JENCKEN.

8. HATTIE VIOLA4 ROGERS (CHARLES HENRY3, MARY2 MEHAN, JOHN1) was born July 17, 1900 (Source: SPENCER/ROGERS BIBLE.). She married (1) UNKNOWN RINK. She married (2) FRANK GRIMLEY Abt. 1920. Notes for HATTIE VIOLA ROGERS: Lived in Woburn, MA 1965 (Ethel Obituary) 74 Francis St. Auburn, R.I. Before Woburn (Mtn Grove Records 1946)

Child of HATTIE ROGERS and FRANK GRIMLEY is: i.

DOROTHY5 GRIMLEY.

DIAGRAM OF MOUNTAIN GROVE SECTION 6 LOT 35

Map of Graves 11 12 13 14

Stone CHR Hattie

6 Polly Stone flat on ground

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Mountain Grove Cem. Section 6 Lot 35 J. Lucas 12/31/04 from mtn grove records Grave No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

Person & Year of Death Ethel Rogers Lucas 1965 Frank B. Lucas 1967 Chester A Lucas 1998 (Res Joyce Lucas) Open Open Polly Banks 1864 Taken Taken Taken Ida Zibell 1967 Taken Hattie Spencer Rogers 1905 Charles H. Rogers 1914 Harry Zibell 1952

In Grave 7,8,9 or 11

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Stone FBL EAR

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(7,8,9 or 11) (7,8,9 or 11) (7,8,9 or 11) (7,8,9 or 11)

Stone CAL

J. L. Lucas 12/31/04

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Elbert Banks 1873 Cyrus Spencer 1874 Ida F Spencer 1881 Sarah M. Spencer 1891


Ancestors of HATTIE MARIA SPENCER (Items without sources should be verified) Generation No. 1 1. HATTIE MARIA SPENCER, born September 05, 1861 in BRIDGEPORT, CT (Source: SPENCER/ROGERS BIBLE.); died March 28, 1905 in BRIDGEPORT, CT. She was the daughter of 2. CYRUS P. SPENCER and 3. SARAH MARIA BANKS. She married (1) CHARLES HENRY ROGERS August 08, 1883 in BLACK ROCK CONG. CHURCH (Source: (1) SPENCER/ROGERS BIBLE., (2) Bridgeport Vital Records, Vol 3 Page 210.). He was the son of MICHAEL ROGERS and MARY MEHAN. Notes for CHARLES HENRY ROGERS: Also known as Michael Jr. More About CHARLES HENRY ROGERS: Cause of Death: struck by auto Children of HATTIE SPENCER and CHARLES ROGERS are: i.

CHESTER SPENCER ROGERS, born June 17, 1884 in N.Y. (Source: SPENCER/ROGERS BIBLE.); married ANNA REINER June 05, 1913 (Source: SPENCER/ROGERS BIBLE.). ii. IDA FRANCIS ROGERS, born August 09, 1886 (Source: SPENCER/ROGERS BIBLE.); died 1967 in MTN GROVE CEM (Source: Mountain Grove Cem Records.); married HARRY G. ZIBELL Bef. 1916 (Source: SPENCER/ROGERS BIBLE.). Notes for IDA FRANCIS ROGERS: Lived Cooke St. and later Central Ave Waterbury, CT (Ethel A. Rogers Obituary) iii. ETHEL ANNA ROGERS, born July 31, 1890 in Bridgeport (Source: BIRTH CERT.); died April 18, 1965 in Bridgeport (Source: DEATH CERT.); married FRANK B. LUCAS October 26, 1909 in BLACK ROCK CONG. CH. BRIDGEPORT, CT (Source: SPENCER/ROGERS BIBLE.). Notes for ETHEL ANNA ROGERS: Member of Second Cong Church Waterbury abt 1913-1914. iv. v.

CHARLES HENRY ROGERS (HORROCKS), born December 29, 1894 (Source: SPENCER/ROGERS BIBLE.); married JULIA REIMER. HATTIE VIOLA ROGERS, born July 17, 1900 (Source: SPENCER/ROGERS BIBLE.); married (1) UNKNOWN RINK; married (2) FRANK GRIMLEY Abt. 1920. Notes for HATTIE VIOLA ROGERS: Lived in Woburn, MA 1965 (Ethel Obituary) 74 Francis St. Auburn, R.I. Before Woburn (Mtn Grove Records 1946)

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WALTER THOMAS ROGERS, born July 17, 1902 (Source: SPENCER/ROGERS BIBLE.); died Aft. 1965.

Generation No. 2 2. CYRUS P. SPENCER, born May 20, 1826 in PROBABLY PARKMAN, MAINE (Source: (1) SPENCER/ROGERS BIBLE., (2) DEATH CERT., (3) Al Philbrick agphilbr@bellsouth.net, Descendants of Jerusha Packard, (Sent by email).); died August 28, 1874 in MT GROVE L 35 SECT 6 BRIDGEPORT, CT (Source: (1) DEATH CERT., (2) Obituary., (3) SPENCER/ROGERS BIBLE., (4) Al Philbrick agphilbr@bellsouth.net, Descendants of Jerusha Packard, (Sent by email).). He was the son of 4. SAMUEL SPENCER and 5. JERUSHA PACKARD. He married 3. SARAH MARIA BANKS November 14, 1853 in Black Rock Cong Church Bridgeport (Source: (1) SPENCER/ROGERS BIBLE., (2) Marriage Record Copy from Minister.).

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3. SARAH MARIA BANKS, born July 24, 1826 in CT? (Source: (1) SPENCER/ROGERS BIBLE., (2) Banks Bible., (3) Banks Bible.); died May 08, 1891 in MT. GROVE CEM BRIDGEPORT LOT 35 SECT 6. She was the daughter of 6. ELBERT BANKS and 7. POLLY MERWIN. Notes for CYRUS P. SPENCER: Black Rock Seaport of Old Fairfield Conn. 1644-1870 (New Haven 1930) Page 182 Family Index Spencer Cyrus P. from Damariscotta, ME married 14 Nov. 1853 Maria S. Banks and lived on Ellsworth St. This book is at Fairfield Hist Soc. and CT Hist Soc. More About CYRUS P. SPENCER: Fact 1: May 28, 1851, Freemason Alna Lodge #43 Damariscotta, ME Children of CYRUS SPENCER and SARAH BANKS are: i.

IDA F. SPENCER, born August 24, 1854 in BRIDGEPORT (Source: SPENCER/ROGERS BIBLE.); died February 15, 1881 in BRIDGEPORT MT GROVE CEM (Source: SPENCER/ROGERS BIBLE.). ii. FRANK M. SPENCER, born October 30, 1857 (Source: SPENCER/ROGERS BIBLE.); died Abt. 1922; married ANNIE I. BURNETT September 28, 1881 in UNK (Source: SPENCER/ROGERS BIBLE.). Notes for FRANK M. SPENCER: 127 St. Felix St. Brooklyn, NY (Mt Grove Records 1946) 1

iii. HATTIE MARIA SPENCER, born September 05, 1861 in BRIDGEPORT, CT; died March 28, 1905 in BRIDGEPORT, CT; married CHARLES HENRY ROGERS August 08, 1883 in BLACK ROCK CONG. CHURCH. iv. ANNIE M. SPENCER, born April 16, 1865 (Source: SPENCER/ROGERS BIBLE.); died March 15, 1920 (Source: SPENCER/ROGERS BIBLE.); married THOMAS BAKEWELL HEGEMAN July 26, 1890 in ST. MARKS BROOKLYN, NY REV. MAYO (Source: SPENCER/ROGERS BIBLE.).

Generation No. 3 4. SAMUEL SPENCER, born August 30, 1799 in BUCKFIELD, OXFORD CO., MAINE (Source: (1) Buckfield Oxford Co. Maine Town History to 1900, Ancestry.com., (2) Al Philbrick agphilbr@bellsouth.net, Descendants of Jerusha Packard, (Sent by email)., (3) Buckfield Birth Record, Book 2, Page 26.); died April 08, 1864 in CAMBRIDGE, MAINE (Source: Al Philbrick agphilbr@bellsouth.net, Descendants of Jerusha Packard, (Sent by email).). He was the son of 8. EPHRAIM SPENCER and 9. MARTHA CLAY. He married 5. JERUSHA PACKARD 1824. 5. JERUSHA PACKARD, born June 14, 1802 in HEBRON, OXFORD CO., MAINE (Source: Al Philbrick agphilbr@bellsouth.net, Descendants of Jerusha Packard, (Sent by email).); died April 19, 1876 in CAMBRIDGE, MAINE (Source: Al Philbrick agphilbr@bellsouth.net, Descendants of Jerusha Packard, (Sent by email).). She was the daughter of 10. ELNATHAN PACKARD and 11. REBECKAH DUNHAM. Children of SAMUEL SPENCER and JERUSHA PACKARD are: 2

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CYRUS P. SPENCER, born May 20, 1826 in PROBABLY PARKMAN, MAINE; died August 28, 1874 in MT GROVE L 35 SECT 6 BRIDGEPORT, CT; married SARAH MARIA BANKS November 14, 1853 in Black Rock Cong Church Bridgeport. ii. LOUISA SPENCER, born June 03, 1828 in PARKMAN, MAINE (Source: Al Philbrick agphilbr@bellsouth.net, Descendants of Jerusha Packard, (Sent by email).); married HARRY COTTLE. iii. JAMES P. SPENCER, born March 01, 1830. iv. HARRIET SPENCER, born January 07, 1833; married BENJAMIN SAMPSON. v. MARIA SPENCER, born January 07, 1833. vi. AMANDA MELISSA SPENCER, born December 14, 1836. vii. ANGELINE CALISTA SPENCER, born August 13, 1839.

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6. ELBERT BANKS (Source: GFIELD HILL CONG CHURCH RECORDS, Marriage #55.), born December 06, 1790 in GREENFIELD (Source: Banks Bible.); died September 11, 1873 in MT. GROVE LOT 35 SECT 6 BRIDGEPORT (Source: Banks Bible.). He was the son of 12. HYATT BANKS and 13. ELIZABETH WAKEMAN. He married 7. POLLY MERWIN December 24, 1816 in GREENFIELD HILL CONG CH FFLD, CT (Source: GRNFLD CH RECORDS #55). 7. POLLY MERWIN, born May 14, 1795 in GREENFIELD (Source: (1) M FAM IN NO AMER. MILES MERWIN MLFD 1978, (2) Banks Bible., (3) Banks Bible.); died December 21, 1864 in MT. GROVE L 35 SECT 6 (Source: MT GROVE CEM GRAVE). She was the daughter of 14. MEEKER MERWIN and 15. SARAH HULL. Children of ELBERT BANKS and POLLY MERWIN are: i.

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MARY ANN BANKS, born May 22, 1818 in BPT? (Source: Banks Bible.); died August 08, 1833 in BPT? (Source: Banks Bible.). ii. FANNY M. BANKS, born August 30, 1820 in BRIDGEPORT? (Source: Banks Bible.). iii. SARAH MARIA BANKS, born July 24, 1826 in CT?; died May 08, 1891 in MT. GROVE CEM BRIDGEPORT LOT 35 SECT 6; married CYRUS P. SPENCER November 14, 1853 in Black Rock Cong Church Bridgeport. iv. S.H. BANKS, born June 08, 1830 (Source: Banks Bible.).

Generation No. 4 8. EPHRAIM SPENCER (Source: Buckfield Oxford Co. Maine Town History to 1900.), born Abt. 1776 in SANFORD, ME (Source: W.D. Spencer, The Maine Spencers, 195.). He was the son of 16. ICHABOD SPENCER and 17. LOVE NASON. He married 9. MARTHA CLAY (Source: Buckfield Oxford Co. Maine Town History to 1900.) September 22, 1796 in SANFORD, ME (Source: W.D. Spencer, The Maine Spencers, 195.). 9. MARTHA CLAY (Source: Buckfield Oxford Co. Maine Town History to 1900.). Children of EPHRAIM SPENCER and MARTHA CLAY are: 4

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SAMUEL SPENCER, born August 30, 1799 in BUCKFIELD, OXFORD CO., MAINE; died April 08, 1864 in CAMBRIDGE, MAINE; married JERUSHA PACKARD 1824. ii. ICHABOD SPENCER, born December 10, 1801 in BUCKFIELD, OXFORD CO. MAINE (Source: Buckfield Oxford Co. Maine Town History to 1900.). iii. STEPHEN SPENCER, born January 30, 1804 in BUCKFIELD, OXFORD CO. MAINE (Source: Buckfield Oxford Co. Maine Town History to 1900.).

10. ELNATHAN PACKARD, born November 01, 1774 in BRIDGEWATER,PLYMOUTH,MA (Source: Ancestry One World Tree.); died May 31, 1851 in PARKMAN, PISCATAQUIS, MAINE (Source: Ancestry One World Tree.). He was the son of 20. EDWARD PACKARD and 21. REBECCA POPE. He married 11. REBECKAH DUNHAM February 21, 1799 in HEBRON, OXFORD CO., MAINE (Source: Ancestry World Tree Project: Genealogy for Michael and Deb Hervey.). 11. REBECKAH DUNHAM, born August 06, 1779 in HEBRON, OXFORD CO., MAINE (Source: Ancestry One World Tree.); died July 14, 1847 in PARKMAN, PISCATAQUIS, MAINE (Source: Ancestry One World Tree.). She was the daughter of 22. JAMES DUNHAM and 23. MARY RANSOM. Child of ELNATHAN PACKARD and REBECKAH DUNHAM is: 5

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JERUSHA PACKARD, born June 14, 1802 in HEBRON, OXFORD CO., MAINE; died April 19, 1876 in CAMBRIDGE, MAINE; married SAMUEL SPENCER 1824.

12. HYATT BANKS, born March 07, 1764 in FAIRFIELD (Source: BARBOUR COLLECTION FAIRFIELD, 8, Vol 1 Page 127.); died April 14, 1847 in GREENFIELD (Source: Banks Bible.). He was the son of 24. GERSHOM BANKS and 25. MARY PERRY. He married 13. ELIZABETH WAKEMAN Bef. 1790 in UNK. 13. ELIZABETH WAKEMAN, born Bef. June 23, 1765 in FAIRFIELD; died June 04, 1835 in GREENFIELD (Source: Banks Bible.). She was the daughter of 26. EBENEZER WAKEMAN and 27. ELIZABETH WEBB.

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Child of HYATT BANKS and ELIZABETH WAKEMAN is: 6

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ELBERT BANKS, born December 06, 1790 in GREENFIELD; died September 11, 1873 in MT. GROVE LOT 35 SECT 6 BRIDGEPORT; married POLLY MERWIN December 24, 1816 in GREENFIELD HILL CONG CH FFLD, CT.

14. MEEKER MERWIN, born January 29, 1764 in FFLD; died January 14, 1815 in FFLD (Source: Banks Bible.). He was the son of 28. DANIEL MERWIN and 29. MARY MEEKER. He married 15. SARAH HULL February 21, 1789 in GREENFIELD. 15. SARAH HULL, born Bef. December 29, 1765 in FFLD; died October 09, 1857 in GREENFIELD. She was the daughter of 30. DANIEL HULL and 31. BETSEY BRADLEY. Child of MEEKER MERWIN and SARAH HULL is: 7

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POLLY MERWIN, born May 14, 1795 in GREENFIELD; died December 21, 1864 in MT. GROVE L 35 SECT 6; married ELBERT BANKS December 24, 1816 in GREENFIELD HILL CONG CH FFLD, CT.

Generation No. 5 16. ICHABOD SPENCER, born Abt. 1753 in BERWICK, ME (Source: (1) W.D. Spencer, The Maine Spencers, 189., (2) Thelma Etta (Spencer) D'Auteuil, The Penobscot Spencers, (August 2001), 69.). He was the son of 32. HUMPHREY SPENCER and 33. SARAH ELIZABETH EARLY. He married 17. LOVE NASON June 13, 1776 (Source: W.D. Spencer, The Maine Spencers, 189.). 17. LOVE NASON. More About ICHABOD SPENCER: Fact 1: June 05, 1757, Baptized Berwick, ME Child of ICHABOD SPENCER and LOVE NASON is: 8

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EPHRAIM SPENCER, born Abt. 1776 in SANFORD, ME; married MARTHA CLAY September 22, 1796 in SANFORD, ME.

20. EDWARD PACKARD, born 1730 in BRIDGEWATER,PLYMOUTH,MA (Source: Ancestry One World Tree.); died 1805. He was the son of 40. JOSEPH PACKARD and 41. SUZANNA MITCHELL. He married 21. REBECCA POPE. 21. REBECCA POPE. Child of EDWARD PACKARD and REBECCA POPE is: 10

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ELNATHAN PACKARD, born November 01, 1774 in BRIDGEWATER,PLYMOUTH,MA; died May 31, 1851 in PARKMAN, PISCATAQUIS, MAINE; married REBECKAH DUNHAM February 21, 1799 in HEBRON, OXFORD CO., MAINE.

22. JAMES DUNHAM, born February 09, 1754 in Bridgewater, PLYMOUTH,MA (Source: History of Paris Maine to 1880.); died November 16, 1836 in HEBRON, OXFORD CO., MAINE (Source: Cemetery Gravestone Record - Asa Bearce Cemetery, Genweb Oxford County Cemeteries.). He married 23. MARY RANSOM Bef. 1779. 23. MARY RANSOM, born August 12, 1756 in of Carver, MA (Source: History of Paris Maine to 1880.); died November 18, 1832 in HEBRON, OXFORD CO., MAINE (Source: Cemetery Gravestone Record - Asa Bearce Cemetery.). Notes for JAMES DUNHAM: Was a Sergeant in the Rev War (Hist of Paris, ME, DAR Patriot Index, Pension File R3131) Grave of Deacon James and wife Mary are in Asa Bearce Cemetery on Rte 124 in Hebron ME 1.4 miles from West Minot Center near the Border. Capt. John Bridgham Sr. also buried in this cemetery. Bela Lucas also served under Captain John Bridgham. John Bridgham Jr. and Holmes Thomas provided statement they served with him in Revolution.

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Children of JAMES DUNHAM and MARY RANSOM are: 11

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REBECKAH DUNHAM, born August 06, 1779 in HEBRON, OXFORD CO., MAINE; died July 14, 1847 in PARKMAN, PISCATAQUIS, MAINE; married ELNATHAN PACKARD February 21, 1799 in HEBRON, OXFORD CO., MAINE. ii. RANSOM DUNHAM, born 1798 in HEBRON, OXFORD CO., MAINE (Source: History of Paris Maine to 1880.); married SUSAN JACKSON. Notes for RANSOM DUNHAM: Moved 1824 to Parkman, ME (Hist of Paris Maine)

24. GERSHOM BANKS, born May 01, 1712 in FAIRFIELD; died 1795 in GREENFIELD, FAIRFIELD. He was the son of 48. BENJAMIN BANKS and 49. RUTH HYATT. He married 25. MARY PERRY February 14, 1751/52 in FAIRFIELD (Source: BARBOUR COLLECTION FAIRFIELD, 8, Vol 1 p127.). 25. MARY PERRY, born Bef. March 28, 1725 in FAIRFIELD; died January 03, 1807 in GREENFIELD. She was the daughter of 50. JOSEPH PERRY and 51. MARY CLUGSTON. Child of GERSHOM BANKS and MARY PERRY is: 12

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HYATT BANKS, born March 07, 1764 in FAIRFIELD; died April 14, 1847 in GREENFIELD; married ELIZABETH WAKEMAN Bef. 1790 in UNK.

26. EBENEZER WAKEMAN, born July 20, 1737 in GREENFIELD; died March 31, 1823 in GREENFIELD. He was the son of 52. JOHN WAKEMAN and 53. CATHERINE GILBERT. He married 27. ELIZABETH WEBB May 03, 1764 in FAIRFIELD. 27. ELIZABETH WEBB, born April 28, 1745 in WESTPORT; died March 25, 1772 in FAIRFIELD. She was the daughter of 54. JOSIAH WEBB and 55. SUSANNAH DISBROW. Child of EBENEZER WAKEMAN and ELIZABETH WEBB is: 13

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ELIZABETH WAKEMAN, born Bef. June 23, 1765 in FAIRFIELD; died June 04, 1835 in GREENFIELD; married HYATT BANKS Bef. 1790 in UNK.

28. DANIEL MERWIN, born May 21, 1719 in FFLD; died Unknown in FFLD. He was the son of 56. THOMAS MERWIN and 57. RUTH MOREHOUSE. He married 29. MARY MEEKER February 15, 1739/40 in FAIRFIELD?. 29. MARY MEEKER, born Bef. November 10, 1723 in FFLD; died March 07, 1813 in FFLD. She was the daughter of 58. DEACON DAVID MEEKER and 59. MARY BURR. Child of DANIEL MERWIN and MARY MEEKER is: 14

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MEEKER MERWIN, born January 29, 1764 in FFLD; died January 14, 1815 in FFLD; married SARAH HULL February 21, 1789 in GREENFIELD.

30. DANIEL HULL, born May 15, 1734 in GREENFIELD; died February 26, 1809 in GREENFIELD. He was the son of 60. ELIPHALET HULL and 61. SARAH BARLOW. He married 31. BETSEY BRADLEY April 11, 1759 in GREENFIELD?. 31. BETSEY BRADLEY, born Abt. 1733 in GREENFIELD?; died May 03, 1809 in GREENFIELD?. She was the daughter of 62. EPHRAIM BRADLEY. Child of DANIEL HULL and BETSEY BRADLEY is: 15

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SARAH HULL, born Bef. December 29, 1765 in FFLD; died October 09, 1857 in GREENFIELD; married MEEKER MERWIN February 21, 1789 in GREENFIELD.

Generation No. 6 32. HUMPHREY SPENCER, born Bef. January 21, 1727/28 in SOUTH BERWICK, ME (Source: (1) W.D. Spencer, The Maine Spencers, 184., (2) Thelma Etta (Spencer) D'Auteuil, The Penobscot Spencers, (August 2001), 68.); died December 14, 1808. He was the son of 64. MOSES SPENCER and 65. ELIZABETH ABBOTT. He married 33. SARAH ELIZABETH EARLY July 26, 1749 (Source: (1) W.D. Spencer, The Maine Spencers, 184.,

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(2) Thelma Etta (Spencer) D'Auteuil, The Penobscot Spencers, (August 2001), 68.). 33. SARAH ELIZABETH EARLY, born Bef. January 23, 1734/35. She was the daughter of 66. ANTHONY EARLY and 67. MEHITABLE. Child of HUMPHREY SPENCER and SARAH EARLY is: 16

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ICHABOD SPENCER, born Abt. 1753 in BERWICK, ME; married (1) SARAH NASON May 10, 1775; married (2) LOVE NASON June 13, 1776.

40. JOSEPH PACKARD, born Abt. 1697 (Source: Williams Latham, Epitaphs in Old Bridgwater, (Heritage 1986).); died October 19, 1760 in BRIDGEWATER, PLYMOUTH,MA (Source: Williams Latham, Epitaphs in Old Bridgwater, (Heritage 1986), 70.). He was the son of 80. JOHN PACKARD and 81. JUDITH WINSLOW. He married 41. SUZANNA MITCHELL December 31, 1724 in BRIDGEWATER, PLYMOUTH,MA (Source: MAYFLOWER DESCENDANT, 16:188 Bridgewater Vital Records.). 41. SUZANNA MITCHELL, born Abt. 1702 (Source: Williams Latham, Epitaphs in Old Bridgwater, (Heritage 1986), 70.); died June 20, 1756 in BRIDGEWATER, PLYMOUTH,MA (Source: Williams Latham, Epitaphs in Old Bridgwater, (Heritage 1986), 70.). She was the daughter of 82. THOMAS CURRY MITCHELL and 83. ELIZABETH KINGMAN. Child of JOSEPH PACKARD and SUZANNA MITCHELL is: 20

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EDWARD PACKARD, born 1730 in BRIDGEWATER,PLYMOUTH,MA; died 1805; married (1) REBECCA POPE; married (2) RUTH D. BONNEY.

48. BENJAMIN BANKS, born October 30, 1682 in FAIRFIELD (Source: BARBOUR COLLECTION FAIRFIELD, 7, LR-A2 p680.); died January 13, 1760 in GREENFIELD. He was the son of 96. BENJAMIN BANKS and 97. ELIZABETH LYON. He married 49. RUTH HYATT Bef. 1725 in UNK. 49. RUTH HYATT, born May 1684 in FAIRFIELD; died May 20, 1751 in GREENFIELD. She was the daughter of 98. THOMAS HYATT and 99. MARY ST. JOHN. Child of BENJAMIN BANKS and RUTH HYATT is: 24

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GERSHOM BANKS, born May 01, 1712 in FAIRFIELD; died 1795 in GREENFIELD, FAIRFIELD; married MARY PERRY February 14, 1751/52 in FAIRFIELD.

50. JOSEPH PERRY, born Abt. 1676 in FAIRFIELD; died Bef. September 07, 1753 in FAIRFIELD. He was the son of 100. NATHANIEL PERRY and 101. ESTHER LYON. He married 51. MARY CLUGSTON Abt. 1718 in FAIRFIELD. 51. MARY CLUGSTON, born Abt. September 18, 1698 in FAIRFIELD; died November 08, 1773 in FAIRFIELD. She was the daughter of 102. MICHAEL CLUGSTON and 103. MARY WAKEMAN. Child of JOSEPH PERRY and MARY CLUGSTON is: 25

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MARY PERRY, born Bef. March 28, 1725 in FAIRFIELD; died January 03, 1807 in GREENFIELD; married GERSHOM BANKS February 14, 1751/52 in FAIRFIELD.

52. JOHN WAKEMAN, born August 29, 1705 in FAIRFIELD; died 1789 in FAIRFIELD. He was the son of 104. CAPT JOHN WAKEMAN and 105. MARTHA HUBBELL. He married 53. CATHERINE GILBERT April 08, 1730 in FAIRFIELD. 53. CATHERINE GILBERT, born Bef. July 1709 in FAIRFIELD; died April 09, 1777 in GREENFIELD. She was the daughter of 106. MOSES GILBERT and 107. JANNETJE DIRCK. Child of JOHN WAKEMAN and CATHERINE GILBERT is: 26

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EBENEZER WAKEMAN, born July 20, 1737 in GREENFIELD; died March 31, 1823 in GREENFIELD; married ELIZABETH WEBB May 03, 1764 in FAIRFIELD.

54. JOSIAH WEBB, born March 15, 1706/07 in FAIRFIELD; died April 08, 1776 in WESTPORT. He was the son of 108. REV JOSEPH WEBB and 109. ELIZABETH NICHOLS. He married 55. SUSANNAH DISBROW November 01, 1729 in FAIRFIELD?. 55. SUSANNAH DISBROW, born May 1717 in FAIRFIELD; died December 25, 1748 in WESTPORT.

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She was the daughter of 110. THOMAS DISBROW and 111. ABIGAIL GODWIN. Child of JOSIAH WEBB and SUSANNAH DISBROW is: 27

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ELIZABETH WEBB, born April 28, 1745 in WESTPORT; died March 25, 1772 in FAIRFIELD; married EBENEZER WAKEMAN May 03, 1764 in FAIRFIELD.

56. THOMAS MERWIN, born Bef. July 15, 1694 in FFLD (Source: MERWIN FAM IN NO AM 1978); died November 27, 1769 in GREENFIELD (Source: MERWIN FAM IN NO AM 1978 FFLD HIST SOC). He was the son of 112. THOMAS MERWIN and 113. ABIGAIL CLAPHAM. He married 57. RUTH MOREHOUSE August 1717 in FFLD. 57. RUTH MOREHOUSE, born April 21, 1699 in FFLD; died Bef. 1742 in FFLD. She was the daughter of 114. JOHN MOREHOUSE and 115. RUTH BARLOW. Child of THOMAS MERWIN and RUTH MOREHOUSE is: 28

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DANIEL MERWIN, born May 21, 1719 in FFLD; died Unknown in FFLD; married MARY MEEKER February 15, 1739/40 in FAIRFIELD?.

58. DEACON DAVID MEEKER, born Abt. 1687 in OF READING (Source: TODD / Burr Family In America, BURR GENEALOGY, 146.); died April 14, 1754 in GREENFIELD. He was the son of 116. DANIEL MEEKER and 117. ELIZABETH OGDEN. He married 59. MARY BURR Abt. 1720 in FFLD?. 59. MARY BURR, born Abt. 1687 in FFLD?; died August 30, 1763 in GREENFIELD. She was the daughter of 118. DANIEL BURR. More About MARY BURR: Fact 1: May 30, 1709, Baptism / (Source: TODD / Burr Family In America, BURR GENEALOGY, 146.) Child of DEACON MEEKER and MARY BURR is: 29

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MARY MEEKER, born Bef. November 10, 1723 in FFLD; died March 07, 1813 in FFLD; married DANIEL MERWIN February 15, 1739/40 in FAIRFIELD?.

60. ELIPHALET HULL, born February 05, 1699/00 in GREENFIELD; died March 14, 1736/37 in GREENFLD. He was the son of 120. CAPT THEOPHILUS HULL and 121. MARY SANFORD. He married 61. SARAH BARLOW Bef. 1734 in GREENFIELD. 61. SARAH BARLOW, born February 27, 1703/04 in GREENFLD; died November 28, 1767 in GREENFLD. She was the daughter of 122. JOHN BARLOW. Child of ELIPHALET HULL and SARAH BARLOW is: 30

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DANIEL HULL, born May 15, 1734 in GREENFIELD; died February 26, 1809 in GREENFIELD; married BETSEY BRADLEY April 11, 1759 in GREENFIELD?.

62. EPHRAIM BRADLEY. Child of EPHRAIM BRADLEY is: 31

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BETSEY BRADLEY, born Abt. 1733 in GREENFIELD?; died May 03, 1809 in GREENFIELD?; married DANIEL HULL April 11, 1759 in GREENFIELD?.

Generation No. 7 64. MOSES SPENCER, born Abt. 1680 in SOUTH BERWICK, ME (Source: (1) W.D. Spencer, The Maine Spencers, 182., (2) Thelma Etta (Spencer) D'Auteuil, The Penobscot Spencers, (August 2001), 62, 63.); died 1746 in SOUTH BERWICK, ME (Source: Thelma Etta (Spencer) D'Auteuil, The Penobscot Spencers, (August 2001).). He was the son of 128. MOSES SPENCER and 129. ELIZABETH FREATHY. He married 65. ELIZABETH ABBOTT Abt. 1708 in SOUTH BERWICK, ME. 65. ELIZABETH ABBOTT, born Abt. 1682. She was the daughter of 130. JOSEPH ABBOTT and 131. ALICE NASON.

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Child of MOSES SPENCER and ELIZABETH ABBOTT is: 32

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HUMPHREY SPENCER, born Bef. January 21, 1727/28 in SOUTH BERWICK, ME; died December 14, 1808; married SARAH ELIZABETH EARLY July 26, 1749.

66. ANTHONY EARLY. He married 67. MEHITABLE. 67. MEHITABLE. Child of ANTHONY EARLY and MEHITABLE is: 33

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SARAH ELIZABETH EARLY, born Bef. January 23, 1734/35; married HUMPHREY SPENCER July 26, 1749.

80. JOHN PACKARD, born July 20, 1655 in Weymouth, MA; died March 16, 1740/41 in Bridgewater, PLYMOUTH,MA (Source: Williams Latham, Epitaphs in Old Bridgwater, (Heritage 1986), 70.). He was the son of 160. SAMUEL PACKARD and 161. ELIZABETH STREAM. He married 81. JUDITH WINSLOW. 81. JUDITH WINSLOW, born Abt. 1671 (Source: Williams Latham, Epitaphs in Old Bridgwater, (Heritage 1986).); died June 19, 1761 in BRIDGEWATER, PLYMOUTH,MA (Source: Williams Latham, Epitaphs in Old Bridgwater, (Heritage 1986), 70.). Child of JOHN PACKARD and JUDITH WINSLOW is: 40

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JOSEPH PACKARD, born Abt. 1697; died October 19, 1760 in BRIDGEWATER, PLYMOUTH,MA; married SUZANNA MITCHELL December 31, 1724 in BRIDGEWATER, PLYMOUTH,MA.

82. THOMAS CURRY MITCHELL. He was the son of 164. JACOB MITCHELL and 165. SUZANNA POPE. He married 83. ELIZABETH KINGMAN. 83. ELIZABETH KINGMAN. Child of THOMAS MITCHELL and ELIZABETH KINGMAN is: 41

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SUZANNA MITCHELL, born Abt. 1702; died June 20, 1756 in BRIDGEWATER, PLYMOUTH,MA; married JOSEPH PACKARD December 31, 1724 in BRIDGEWATER, PLYMOUTH,MA.

96. BENJAMIN BANKS, born Abt. 1659 in FAIRFIELD; died Abt. June 1692 in FAIRFIELD. He was the son of 192. JOHN BANKS and 193. (?) TAINTOR. He married 97. ELIZABETH LYON June 29, 1679 in FAIRFIELD. 97. ELIZABETH LYON, born Abt. 1660 in FAIRFIELD; died Aft. 1695 in FAIRFIELD. She was the daughter of 194. RICHARD LYON and 195. MARGARET (?). Child of BENJAMIN BANKS and ELIZABETH LYON is: 48

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BENJAMIN BANKS, born October 30, 1682 in FAIRFIELD; died January 13, 1760 in GREENFIELD; married RUTH HYATT Bef. 1725 in UNK.

98. THOMAS HYATT, born Abt. 1660 in FAIRFIELD; died Bef. March 28, 1698 in FAIRFIELD. He was the son of 196. THOMAS HYATT and 197. ELIZABETH(?). He married 99. MARY ST. JOHN November 10, 1677 in FAIRFIELD. 99. MARY ST. JOHN, born Bef. 1660 in NORWALK OR FFIELD. She was the daughter of 198. MATHIAS ST. JOHN and 199. ELIZABETH (?) ST. JOHN. Child of THOMAS HYATT and MARY ST. JOHN is: 49

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RUTH HYATT, born May 1684 in FAIRFIELD; died May 20, 1751 in GREENFIELD; married BENJAMIN BANKS Bef. 1725 in UNK.

100. NATHANIEL PERRY, born Abt. 1655 in FAIRFIELD; died Bef. January 23, 1681/82 in FAIRFIELD. He was the son of 200. RICHARD PERRY. He married 101. ESTHER LYON Abt. 1675 in FAIRFIELD. 101. ESTHER LYON, born Abt. 1658 in FAIRFIELD; died Aft. 1682 in FAIRFIELD. She was the daughter of 202. RICHARD LYON and 203. MARGARET (?).

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Child of NATHANIEL PERRY and ESTHER LYON is: 50

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JOSEPH PERRY, born Abt. 1676 in FAIRFIELD; died Bef. September 07, 1753 in FAIRFIELD; married MARY CLUGSTON Abt. 1718 in FAIRFIELD.

102. MICHAEL CLUGSTON, born Abt. 1675 in ENGLAND?. He married 103. MARY WAKEMAN Bef. 1694 in FAIRFIELD. 103. MARY WAKEMAN, born Abt. 1675. She was the daughter of 206. REV SAMUEL WAKEMAN and 207. HANNAH GOODYEAR. Child of MICHAEL CLUGSTON and MARY WAKEMAN is: 51

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MARY CLUGSTON, born Abt. September 18, 1698 in FAIRFIELD; died November 08, 1773 in FAIRFIELD; married JOSEPH PERRY Abt. 1718 in FAIRFIELD.

104. CAPT JOHN WAKEMAN, born Abt. 1660 in NEW HAVEN; died February 15, 1708/09 in FAIRFIELD. He was the son of 208. REV SAMUEL WAKEMAN and 209. HANNAH GOODYEAR. He married 105. MARTHA HUBBELL April 24, 1687 in FAIRFIELD. 105. MARTHA HUBBELL, born Abt. 1662 in GUILFORD?; died June 05, 1710 in FAIRFIELD. She was the daughter of 210. RICHARD HUBBELL and 211. ELIZABETH MEIGS. Child of CAPT WAKEMAN and MARTHA HUBBELL is: 52

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JOHN WAKEMAN, born August 29, 1705 in FAIRFIELD; died 1789 in FAIRFIELD; married CATHERINE GILBERT April 08, 1730 in FAIRFIELD.

106. MOSES GILBERT, born April 12, 1666 in WETHERSFIELD; died 1713 in FAIRFIELD. He was the son of 212. JOSIAH GILBERT and 213. ELIZABETH BELCHER. He married 107. JANNETJE DIRCK April 04, 1694 in NEW YORK CITY. 107. JANNETJE DIRCK, born October 03, 1674 in NEW YORK CITY. She was the daughter of 214. DIRCK EVERTZEN and 215. ELIZABETH LUBBERTS (FLUYT). Child of MOSES GILBERT and JANNETJE DIRCK is: 53

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CATHERINE GILBERT, born Bef. July 1709 in FAIRFIELD; died April 09, 1777 in GREENFIELD; married JOHN WAKEMAN April 08, 1730 in FAIRFIELD.

108. REV JOSEPH WEBB, born 1666; died September 12, 1732 in FAIRFIELD AE 66. He married 109. ELIZABETH NICHOLS July 08, 1691 in FAIRFIELD. 109. ELIZABETH NICHOLS, born April 02, 1668 in STRATFORD; died February 15, 1717/18 in FAIRFIELD. She was the daughter of 218. ISAAC NICHOLS and 219. MARGERY. Child of REV WEBB and ELIZABETH NICHOLS is: 54

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JOSIAH WEBB, born March 15, 1706/07 in FAIRFIELD; died April 08, 1776 in WESTPORT; married SUSANNAH DISBROW November 01, 1729 in FAIRFIELD?.

110. THOMAS DISBROW, born Abt. 1683; died September 30, 1757 in WESTPORT. He married 111. ABIGAIL GODWIN October 1708 in FAIRFIELD. 111. ABIGAIL GODWIN, died April 19, 1756 in WESTPORT. Child of THOMAS DISBROW and ABIGAIL GODWIN is: 55

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SUSANNAH DISBROW, born May 1717 in FAIRFIELD; died December 25, 1748 in WESTPORT; married JOSIAH WEBB November 01, 1729 in FAIRFIELD?.

112. THOMAS MERWIN, born 1654 in MILFORD; died Aft. January 29, 1715/16 in FFLD. He was the son of 224. MILES MERWIN and 225. ELIZABETH. He married 113. ABIGAIL CLAPHAM 1669 in MLFD?. 113. ABIGAIL CLAPHAM. Child of THOMAS MERWIN and ABIGAIL CLAPHAM is: 56

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THOMAS MERWIN, born Bef. July 15, 1694 in FFLD; died November 27, 1769 in GREENFIELD; married RUTH MOREHOUSE August 1717 in FFLD.

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114. JOHN MOREHOUSE. He married 115. RUTH BARLOW. 115. RUTH BARLOW. Child of JOHN MOREHOUSE and RUTH BARLOW is: 57

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RUTH MOREHOUSE, born April 21, 1699 in FFLD; died Bef. 1742 in FFLD; married THOMAS MERWIN August 1717 in FFLD.

116. DANIEL MEEKER, born Abt. 1687 in FFLD; died April 14, 1754 in GREENFIELD. He was the son of 232. ROBERT MEEKER and 233. SUSAN TURBERFIELD. He married 117. ELIZABETH OGDEN. 117. ELIZABETH OGDEN, died Aft. 1735. She was the daughter of 234. RICHARD OGDEN. Child of DANIEL MEEKER and ELIZABETH OGDEN is: 58

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DEACON DAVID MEEKER, born Abt. 1687 in OF READING; died April 14, 1754 in GREENFIELD; married MARY BURR Abt. 1720 in FFLD?.

118. DANIEL BURR, born Abt. 1640 in SPRINGFIELD. He was the son of 236. DANIEL BURR and 237. ABIGAIL GLOVER. Child of DANIEL BURR is: 59

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MARY BURR, born Abt. 1687 in FFLD?; died August 30, 1763 in GREENFIELD; married DEACON DAVID MEEKER Abt. 1720 in FFLD?.

120. CAPT THEOPHILUS HULL. He was the son of 240. CORNELIUS HULL and 241. REBECCA JONES. He married 121. MARY SANFORD. 121. MARY SANFORD. She was the daughter of 242. EZEKIEL SANFORD. Child of CAPT HULL and MARY SANFORD is: 60

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ELIPHALET HULL, born February 05, 1699/00 in GREENFIELD; died March 14, 1736/37 in GREENFLD; married SARAH BARLOW Bef. 1734 in GREENFIELD.

122. JOHN BARLOW. Child of JOHN BARLOW is: 61

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SARAH BARLOW, born February 27, 1703/04 in GREENFLD; died November 28, 1767 in GREENFLD; married ELIPHALET HULL Bef. 1734 in GREENFIELD.

Generation No. 8 128. MOSES SPENCER, born Abt. 1642 in SOUTH BERWICK, ME (Source: (1) W.D. Spencer, The Maine Spencers, 182., (2) Thelma Etta (Spencer) D'Auteuil, The Penobscot Spencers, (August 2001), 61.); died Abt. 1693. He was the son of 256. THOMAS SPENCER and 257. PATIENCE CHADBOURNE. He married 129. ELIZABETH FREATHY July 02, 1679 in KITTERY, ME (Source: Thelma Etta (Spencer) D'Auteuil, The Penobscot Spencers, (August 2001), 61.). 129. ELIZABETH FREATHY, born Abt. 1644 (Source: Thelma Etta (Spencer) D'Auteuil, The Penobscot Spencers, (August 2001), 61.). Child of MOSES SPENCER and ELIZABETH FREATHY is: 64

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MOSES SPENCER, born Abt. 1680 in SOUTH BERWICK, ME; died 1746 in SOUTH BERWICK, ME; married ELIZABETH ABBOTT Abt. 1708 in SOUTH BERWICK, ME.

130. JOSEPH ABBOTT. He married 131. ALICE NASON. 131. ALICE NASON.

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Child of JOSEPH ABBOTT and ALICE NASON is: 65

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ELIZABETH ABBOTT, born Abt. 1682; married MOSES SPENCER Abt. 1708 in SOUTH BERWICK, ME.

160. SAMUEL PACKARD. He was the son of 320. GEORGE PACKARD. He married 161. ELIZABETH STREAM. 161. ELIZABETH STREAM. Child of SAMUEL PACKARD and ELIZABETH STREAM is: 80

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JOHN PACKARD, born July 20, 1655 in Weymouth, MA; died March 16, 1740/41 in Bridgewater, PLYMOUTH,MA; married JUDITH WINSLOW.

164. JACOB MITCHELL. He married 165. SUZANNA POPE. 165. SUZANNA POPE. Child of JACOB MITCHELL and SUZANNA POPE is: 82

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THOMAS CURRY MITCHELL, married ELIZABETH KINGMAN.

192. JOHN BANKS, born Abt. 1620 in ENGLAND; died January 22, 1684/85 in FAIRFIELD, CT (Source: BARBOUR COLLECTION FAIRFIELD, 9.). He married 193. (?) TAINTOR Abt. 1680 in FAIRFIELD. 193. (?) TAINTOR, born Abt. 1620 in ENGLAND; died Unknown in FAIRFIELD. She was the daughter of 386. CHARLES TAINTOR. Child of JOHN BANKS and (?) TAINTOR is: 96

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BENJAMIN BANKS, born Abt. 1659 in FAIRFIELD; died Abt. June 1692 in FAIRFIELD; married ELIZABETH LYON June 29, 1679 in FAIRFIELD.

194. RICHARD LYON, born Abt. 1630 in ENGLAND; died Bef. March 10, 1723/24 in FAIRFIELD. He married 195. MARGARET (?) Bef. 1658 in FAIRFIELD. 195. MARGARET (?), born Abt. 1630 in ENGLAND; died 1705 in FAIRFIELD. Children of RICHARD LYON and MARGARET (?) are: 101 97

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ESTHER LYON, born Abt. 1658 in FAIRFIELD; died Aft. 1682 in FAIRFIELD; married NATHANIEL PERRY Abt. 1675 in FAIRFIELD. ii. ELIZABETH LYON, born Abt. 1660 in FAIRFIELD; died Aft. 1695 in FAIRFIELD; married (1) BENJAMIN BANKS June 29, 1679 in FAIRFIELD; married (2) WILLIAM ROWLANDSON Abt. 1695 in FAIRFIELD?.

196. THOMAS HYATT, born Unknown. He married 197. ELIZABETH(?) Unknown. 197. ELIZABETH(?), born Unknown. Child of THOMAS HYATT and ELIZABETH(?) is: 98

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THOMAS HYATT, born Abt. 1660 in FAIRFIELD; died Bef. March 28, 1698 in FAIRFIELD; married MARY ST. JOHN November 10, 1677 in FAIRFIELD.

198. MATHIAS ST. JOHN, born Abt. 1630 in ENGLAND; died December 1728 in NORWALK. He was the son of 396. MATTHIAS ST. JOHN. He married 199. ELIZABETH (?) ST. JOHN Bef. 1660 in NORWALK. 199. ELIZABETH (?) ST. JOHN, born Unknown; died Unknown. Child of MATHIAS ST. JOHN and ELIZABETH ST. JOHN is: 99

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MARY ST. JOHN, born Bef. 1660 in NORWALK OR FFIELD; married THOMAS HYATT November 10, 1677 in FAIRFIELD.

200. RICHARD PERRY, born Abt. 1630 in ENGLAND; died Bef. September 10, 1658 in FAIRFIELD.

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Child of RICHARD PERRY is: 100

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NATHANIEL PERRY, born Abt. 1655 in FAIRFIELD; died Bef. January 23, 1681/82 in FAIRFIELD; married ESTHER LYON Abt. 1675 in FAIRFIELD.

202. RICHARD LYON, born Abt. 1630 in ENGLAND; died Bef. March 10, 1723/24 in FAIRFIELD. He married 203. MARGARET (?) Bef. 1658 in FAIRFIELD. 203. MARGARET (?), born Abt. 1630 in ENGLAND; died 1705 in FAIRFIELD. Children of RICHARD LYON and MARGARET (?) are: 101 97

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ESTHER LYON, born Abt. 1658 in FAIRFIELD; died Aft. 1682 in FAIRFIELD; married NATHANIEL PERRY Abt. 1675 in FAIRFIELD. ii. ELIZABETH LYON, born Abt. 1660 in FAIRFIELD; died Aft. 1695 in FAIRFIELD; married (1) BENJAMIN BANKS June 29, 1679 in FAIRFIELD; married (2) WILLIAM ROWLANDSON Abt. 1695 in FAIRFIELD?.

206. REV SAMUEL WAKEMAN, born Bef. June 07, 1635 in BEWDLEY CO. WORCESTER; died March 08, 1691/92 in FAIRFIELD. He was the son of 412. JOHN WAKEMAN and 413. ELIZABETH HOPKINS. He married 207. HANNAH GOODYEAR October 29, 1656 in NEW HAVEN. 207. HANNAH GOODYEAR, born Abt. 1636 in NEW HAVEN; died Aft. 1692 in FAIRFIELD. She was the daughter of 414. STEPHEN GOODYEAR. Children of REV WAKEMAN and HANNAH GOODYEAR are: 104 103

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CAPT JOHN WAKEMAN, born Abt. 1660 in NEW HAVEN; died February 15, 1708/09 in FAIRFIELD; married MARTHA HUBBELL April 24, 1687 in FAIRFIELD. ii. MARY WAKEMAN, born Abt. 1675; married MICHAEL CLUGSTON Bef. 1694 in FAIRFIELD.

208. REV SAMUEL WAKEMAN, born Bef. June 07, 1635 in BEWDLEY CO. WORCESTER; died March 08, 1691/92 in FAIRFIELD. He was the son of 416. JOHN WAKEMAN and 417. ELIZABETH HOPKINS. He married 209. HANNAH GOODYEAR October 29, 1656 in NEW HAVEN. 209. HANNAH GOODYEAR, born Abt. 1636 in NEW HAVEN; died Aft. 1692 in FAIRFIELD. She was the daughter of 418. STEPHEN GOODYEAR. Children of REV WAKEMAN and HANNAH GOODYEAR are: 104 103

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CAPT JOHN WAKEMAN, born Abt. 1660 in NEW HAVEN; died February 15, 1708/09 in FAIRFIELD; married MARTHA HUBBELL April 24, 1687 in FAIRFIELD. ii. MARY WAKEMAN, born Abt. 1675; married MICHAEL CLUGSTON Bef. 1694 in FAIRFIELD.

210. RICHARD HUBBELL, born Abt. 1627 in ENGLAND; died October 23, 1699 in STRATFIELD. He married 211. ELIZABETH MEIGS Abt. 1651 in PROBABLY NEW HAVEN. 211. ELIZABETH MEIGS, born Abt. 1635 in ?; died Bef. 1669 in GUILFORD?. She was the daughter of 422. JOHN MEIGS and 423. THOMASIN FRY. Child of RICHARD HUBBELL and ELIZABETH MEIGS is: 105

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MARTHA HUBBELL, born Abt. 1662 in GUILFORD?; died June 05, 1710 in FAIRFIELD; married CAPT JOHN WAKEMAN April 24, 1687 in FAIRFIELD.

212. JOSIAH GILBERT, born Abt. 1628 in ENGLAND; died Abt. September 1688 in WETHERSFIELD. He was the son of 424. THOMAS GILBERT and 425. LYDIA. He married 213. ELIZABETH BELCHER Bef. 1666 in WETHERSFIELD. 213. ELIZABETH BELCHER, born Abt. 1632 in ENGLAND; died October 17, 1682 in WETHERSFIELD. Child of JOSIAH GILBERT and ELIZABETH BELCHER is: 106

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MOSES GILBERT, born April 12, 1666 in WETHERSFIELD; died 1713 in FAIRFIELD; married JANNETJE DIRCK April 04, 1694 in NEW YORK CITY.

214. DIRCK EVERTZEN. He married 215. ELIZABETH LUBBERTS (FLUYT). 215. ELIZABETH LUBBERTS (FLUYT).

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Child of DIRCK EVERTZEN and ELIZABETH (FLUYT) is: 107

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JANNETJE DIRCK, born October 03, 1674 in NEW YORK CITY; married MOSES GILBERT April 04, 1694 in NEW YORK CITY.

218. ISAAC NICHOLS, born in ENGLAND; died Bef. November 05, 1695 in FAIRFIELD. He was the son of 436. FRANCIS NICHOLS. He married 219. MARGERY. 219. MARGERY. Child of ISAAC NICHOLS and MARGERY is: 109

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ELIZABETH NICHOLS, born April 02, 1668 in STRATFORD; died February 15, 1717/18 in FAIRFIELD; married REV JOSEPH WEBB July 08, 1691 in FAIRFIELD.

224. MILES MERWIN. He married 225. ELIZABETH Abt. 1646 in MILFORD?. 225. ELIZABETH, died July 10, 1664 in MILFORD. Child of MILES MERWIN and ELIZABETH is: 112

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THOMAS MERWIN, born 1654 in MILFORD; died Aft. January 29, 1715/16 in FFLD; married ABIGAIL CLAPHAM 1669 in MLFD?.

232. ROBERT MEEKER, born Abt. 1655. He married 233. SUSAN TURBERFIELD in NEW HAVEN. 233. SUSAN TURBERFIELD. Child of ROBERT MEEKER and SUSAN TURBERFIELD is: 116

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DANIEL MEEKER, born Abt. 1687 in FFLD; died April 14, 1754 in GREENFIELD; married ELIZABETH OGDEN.

234. RICHARD OGDEN. Child of RICHARD OGDEN is: 117

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ELIZABETH OGDEN, died Aft. 1735; married DANIEL MEEKER.

236. DANIEL BURR. He was the son of 472. JEHUE BURR. He married 237. ABIGAIL GLOVER December 11, 1678 in FAIRFIELD?. 237. ABIGAIL GLOVER. She was the daughter of 474. HENRY GLOVER. Child of DANIEL BURR and ABIGAIL GLOVER is: 118

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DANIEL BURR, born Abt. 1640 in SPRINGFIELD.

240. CORNELIUS HULL, born April 09, 1628 in Crewkerne, Somerset,Eng (Source: Internet.). He was the son of 480. GEORGE HULL and 481. THOMASIN MITCHELL. He married 241. REBECCA JONES. 241. REBECCA JONES. She was the daughter of 482. REV JOHN JONES. Child of CORNELIUS HULL and REBECCA JONES is: 120

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CAPT THEOPHILUS HULL, married MARY SANFORD.

242. EZEKIEL SANFORD. Child of EZEKIEL SANFORD is: 121

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MARY SANFORD, married CAPT THEOPHILUS HULL.

Generation No. 9 256. THOMAS SPENCER, born Abt. 1596 in ENGLAND (Source: (1) W.D. Spencer, The Maine Spencers, 181., (2) Thelma Etta (Spencer) D'Auteuil, The Penobscot Spencers, (August 2001), 59.);

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died December 15, 1681 in SOUTH BERWICK, ME. He married 257. PATIENCE CHADBOURNE Abt. 1628 in ENGLAND. 257. PATIENCE CHADBOURNE, born November 08, 1612 in ENGLAND; died November 07, 1683 in SOUTH BERWICK, ME. She was the daughter of 514. WILLIAM CHADBOURNE and 515. MARY SPARRY. Child of THOMAS SPENCER and PATIENCE CHADBOURNE is: 128

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MOSES SPENCER, born Abt. 1642 in SOUTH BERWICK, ME; died Abt. 1693; married ELIZABETH FREATHY July 02, 1679 in KITTERY, ME.

320. GEORGE PACKARD. He was the son of 640. MOSES PACKARD. Child of GEORGE PACKARD is: 160

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SAMUEL PACKARD, married ELIZABETH STREAM.

386. CHARLES TAINTOR, born Abt. 1640 in OF WETHERSFIELD & FFLD; died Unknown. Child of CHARLES TAINTOR is: 193

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(?) TAINTOR, born Abt. 1620 in ENGLAND; died Unknown in FAIRFIELD; married JOHN BANKS Abt. 1680 in FAIRFIELD.

396. MATTHIAS ST. JOHN, born Abt. 1612 in ENGLAND; died Abt. January 1669/70 in NORWALK. Child of MATTHIAS ST. JOHN is: 198

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MATHIAS ST. JOHN, born Abt. 1630 in ENGLAND; died December 1728 in NORWALK; married ELIZABETH (?) ST. JOHN Bef. 1660 in NORWALK.

412. JOHN WAKEMAN, born Unknown. He was the son of 824. FRANCIS WAKEMAN and 825. ANNE GOODE. He married 413. ELIZABETH HOPKINS. 413. ELIZABETH HOPKINS. She was the daughter of 826. WILLIAM HOPKINS and 827. HELEN VICKARIS. Child of JOHN WAKEMAN and ELIZABETH HOPKINS is: 206

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REV SAMUEL WAKEMAN, born Bef. June 07, 1635 in BEWDLEY CO. WORCESTER; died March 08, 1691/92 in FAIRFIELD; married HANNAH GOODYEAR October 29, 1656 in NEW HAVEN.

414. STEPHEN GOODYEAR, born Unknown. Child of STEPHEN GOODYEAR is: 207

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HANNAH GOODYEAR, born Abt. 1636 in NEW HAVEN; died Aft. 1692 in FAIRFIELD; married REV SAMUEL WAKEMAN October 29, 1656 in NEW HAVEN.

416. JOHN WAKEMAN, born Unknown. He was the son of 832. FRANCIS WAKEMAN and 833. ANNE GOODE. He married 417. ELIZABETH HOPKINS. 417. ELIZABETH HOPKINS. She was the daughter of 834. WILLIAM HOPKINS and 835. HELEN VICKARIS. Child of JOHN WAKEMAN and ELIZABETH HOPKINS is: 206

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REV SAMUEL WAKEMAN, born Bef. June 07, 1635 in BEWDLEY CO. WORCESTER; died March 08, 1691/92 in FAIRFIELD; married HANNAH GOODYEAR October 29, 1656 in NEW HAVEN.

418. STEPHEN GOODYEAR, born Unknown. Child of STEPHEN GOODYEAR is: 207

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HANNAH GOODYEAR, born Abt. 1636 in NEW HAVEN; died Aft. 1692 in FAIRFIELD; married REV SAMUEL WAKEMAN October 29, 1656 in NEW HAVEN.

422. JOHN MEIGS, born Abt. 1612 in NEAR BRADFORD ENG;

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died January 04, 1671/72 in KILLINGWORTH. He was the son of 844. VINCENT MEIGS and 845. (?) CHURCHILL. He married 423. THOMASIN FRY. 423. THOMASIN FRY, born in OF WEYMOUTH. Children of JOHN MEIGS and THOMASIN FRY are: i.

211

CONCURRENCE MEIGS, born Abt. 1637 in WEYMOUTH, DORSET, MA; died October 09, 1708 in KILLINGWORTH; married HENRY CRANE Abt. 1663 in NEW HAVEN. ii. ELIZABETH MEIGS, born Abt. 1635 in ?; died Bef. 1669 in GUILFORD?; married RICHARD HUBBELL Abt. 1651 in PROBABLY NEW HAVEN. iii. DEACON JOHN MEIGS, born February 28, 1640/41 in WEYMOUTH, MA; died November 09, 1713 in E. GUILFORD; married SARAH WILCOX March 07, 1664/65. iv. Mary Meigs, born 1633 in Bradford, Devonshire; died April 30, 1703 in Killingworth; married William Stevens March 03, 1652/53 in Guilford, CT.

424. THOMAS GILBERT, born Abt. 1582 in ENGLAND (Source: THE FAMS OF OLD FFLD D.L. JACOBUS); died September 05, 1659 in WETHERSFIELD. He married 425. LYDIA. 425. LYDIA. Child of THOMAS GILBERT and LYDIA is: 212

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JOSIAH GILBERT, born Abt. 1628 in ENGLAND; died Abt. September 1688 in WETHERSFIELD; married ELIZABETH BELCHER Bef. 1666 in WETHERSFIELD.

436. FRANCIS NICHOLS, born in FOUNDER STRTFD 1639; died 1650 in STRATFORD. Child of FRANCIS NICHOLS is: 218

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ISAAC NICHOLS, born in ENGLAND; died Bef. November 05, 1695 in FAIRFIELD; married MARGERY.

472. JEHUE BURR, born Abt. 1600 in ENGLAND; died Abt. 1670 in FAIRFIELD. Child of JEHUE BURR is: 236

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DANIEL BURR, married ABIGAIL GLOVER December 11, 1678 in FAIRFIELD?.

474. HENRY GLOVER, born in OF NEW HAVEN. Child of HENRY GLOVER is: 237

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ABIGAIL GLOVER, married DANIEL BURR December 11, 1678 in FAIRFIELD?.

480. GEORGE HULL, born in DORCHESTER, MA IN 1630. He was the son of 960. THOMAS HULL and 961. JOANE PESING. He married 481. THOMASIN MITCHELL. 481. THOMASIN MITCHELL. She was the daughter of 962. ROBERT MITCHELL. Child of GEORGE HULL and THOMASIN MITCHELL is: 240

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CORNELIUS HULL, born April 09, 1628 in Crewkerne, Somerset,Eng; married REBECCA JONES.

482. REV JOHN JONES. Child of REV JOHN JONES is: 241

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REBECCA JONES, married CORNELIUS HULL.

Generation No. 10 514. WILLIAM CHADBOURNE. He married 515. MARY SPARRY. 515. MARY SPARRY. Child of WILLIAM CHADBOURNE and MARY SPARRY is: 257

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PATIENCE CHADBOURNE, born November 08, 1612 in ENGLAND; died November 07, 1683 in

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SOUTH BERWICK, ME; married THOMAS SPENCER Abt. 1628 in ENGLAND.

640. MOSES PACKARD. Child of MOSES PACKARD is: 320

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GEORGE PACKARD.

824. FRANCIS WAKEMAN. He married 825. ANNE GOODE. 825. ANNE GOODE. Child of FRANCIS WAKEMAN and ANNE GOODE is: 412

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JOHN WAKEMAN, born Unknown; married ELIZABETH HOPKINS.

826. WILLIAM HOPKINS. He married 827. HELEN VICKARIS. 827. HELEN VICKARIS. Child of WILLIAM HOPKINS and HELEN VICKARIS is: 413

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ELIZABETH HOPKINS, married JOHN WAKEMAN.

832. FRANCIS WAKEMAN. He married 833. ANNE GOODE. 833. ANNE GOODE. Child of FRANCIS WAKEMAN and ANNE GOODE is: 412

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JOHN WAKEMAN, born Unknown; married ELIZABETH HOPKINS.

834. WILLIAM HOPKINS. He married 835. HELEN VICKARIS. 835. HELEN VICKARIS. Child of WILLIAM HOPKINS and HELEN VICKARIS is: 413

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ELIZABETH HOPKINS, married JOHN WAKEMAN.

844. VINCENT MEIGS, born 1583 in ENGLAND. He married 845. (?) CHURCHILL 1639 in WEYMOUTH, MA. 845. (?) CHURCHILL. Child of VINCENT MEIGS and (?) CHURCHILL is: 422

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JOHN MEIGS, born Abt. 1612 in NEAR BRADFORD ENG; died January 04, 1671/72 in KILLINGWORTH; married THOMASIN FRY.

960. THOMAS HULL. He married 961. JOANE PESING. 961. JOANE PESING. Child of THOMAS HULL and JOANE PESING is: 480

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GEORGE HULL, born in DORCHESTER, MA IN 1630; married THOMASIN MITCHELL.

962. ROBERT MITCHELL. Child of ROBERT MITCHELL is: 481

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THOMASIN MITCHELL, married GEORGE HULL.

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SOME SOURCES FOR GENEALOGICAL DATA –OTHERS AS NOTED Arnold P. Danz Chart (Nellie Fogarty, Ana Wager). Banks Bible (Appendix, See Table of contents Page 1). BARBOUR COLLECTION FAIRFIELD. Barbour Records Saybrook. BRIDGEPORT DAILY STANDARD. Bridgeport Vital Records. DAR Patriot Index. GREENFIELD HILL CONG CHURCH RECORDS. Merwin Family in North America. Mountain Grove Cem Records. Pittstown NY Vital Records. Powers-Banks Ancestry – Wm. H. Powers (New Haven Colony Hist Society). SPENCER/ROGERS BIBLE (Appendix, See Table of contents Page 1) TODD / Burr Family In America, BURR GENEALOGY. Lathrop - Black Rock Seaport of Old Fairfield Connecticut, 1644–1870: Including the Journal of William Wheeler; Cornelia Penfield Lathrop; 1930; (Page 182 Marriage Record of Cyrus P. & Maria Spencer Ffld Hist Soc & CT Hist Soc Library). Brilvitch - Walking Through History, The Seaports of Black Rock and Southport, Brilvitch, Charles. Fairfield, Connecticut, Fairfield Historical Society, 1977. Justinius - History of Black Rock (Connecticut) 1644-1955 Justinius, Dr. Ivan O. Bridgeport, CT, Antoniak Print Service, 1955. History and Genealogy of the Families Of Old Fairfield, Donald Lines Jacobus; Volume 1 , & Volume 3 Revolutionary War Records. More About the Hill: Greenfield Hill, Elizabeth Banks MacRury, 1968 1850 Census of Black Rock, Fairfield Hist Society Greenfield Hill Church Records – Fairfield Hist Society Grand Lodge A.F. & A.M. of Maine , PO Box 15058, Portland, ME 04112-5058 , Phone 207 773-5184. (Freemasons Record for Cyrus Spencer) Bridgeport City Directory 1873-74, 1876, 1880, 1885 Bridgeport, Stratford, Fairfield, Southport Directory 1905 Old Bristol and Nobleboro Maine Vital Records (Includes Bremen, Damariscotta, So. Bristol & Monhegan) Vol 1 Births Deaths Maine Hist Soc 1951 - (P 645 P James Spencer & Louisa Spencer from 1850 US Census for Damariscotta; No other Spencers / No Spencer Marriages) Buckfield Oxford Co. Maine Town History to 1900 (Ancestry.com and many Genealogy libraries) Descendants of Jerusha Packard (Al Philbrick – Appendix, See Table of contents Page 1) Ancestry One World Tree; Ancestry.com – For reference only - Must be verified The Mayflower Descendant History of Paris Maine to 1880 (Ancestry.com and many Genealogy libraries) Annals of Oxford, Maine from 1829 to 1850. Prefaced by a brief account of the settlement of Shepardsfield Plantation, now Hebron and Oxford. By Marquis Fayette King. 322 pp. Illus., map, index. 173 pp genealogical section; new Foreword by Ben B. Conant. 1986 (1903). Picton Press #1216 Also available from Quintin Publications on CD “This is the best known history of Hebron and Oxford, Maine. To the genealogist this is an invaluable source of data. In a massive 173 page genealogical section King traced the family lineage of all the early settlers from their native towns, mostly in Massachusetts, down through the end of the 19th century.” Asa Bearce Cemetery Records - http://www.rootsweb.com/~mechebro/hebron.htm Other sources as noted 26


Index to the Genealogical Data GLOVER, HENRY: 22, 24 GODWIN, ABIGAIL: 16, 18 GOODE, ANNE: 23, 25 GOODYEAR, HANNAH: 18, 21, 23 GOODYEAR, STEPHEN: 21, 23 GRIMLEY, DOROTHY: 9 GRIMLEY, FRANK: 9, 10 HEGEMAN, THOMAS BAKEWELL: 11 HOLLOWAY, GEORGE D.: 8 HOPKINS, ELIZABETH: 21, 23, 25 HOPKINS, WILLIAM: 23, 25 HORROCKS, CHARLES ROGERS: 9 HORROCKS, RUTH: 9 HUBBELL, MARTHA: 15, 18, 21 HUBBELL, RICHARD: 18, 21, 24 HULL, CAPT THEOPHILUS: 16, 19, 22 HULL, CORNELIUS: 19, 22, 24 HULL, DANIEL: 13, 14, 16 HULL, ELIPHALET: 14, 16, 19 HULL, GEORGE: 22, 24, 25 HULL, SARAH: 12-14 HULL, THOMAS: 24, 25 HYATT, RUTH: 14, 15, 17 HYATT, THOMAS: 15, 17, 20 HYATT, THOMAS: 17, 20 JACKSON, SUSAN: 14 JENCKEN, FRED: 9 JONES, REBECCA: 19, 22, 24 JONES, REV JOHN: 22, 24 Jr., Michael (name: CHARLES HENRY ROGERS): 7-11 KINGMAN, ELIZABETH: 15, 17, 20 KINNEY, PATRICK: 7 KINNEY, TIMOTHY: 7 LUCAS, ALVIN SPENCER: 8 LUCAS, AUSTIN DUDLEY: 8 LUCAS, CHESTER ALISON: 8 LUCAS, FRANK B.: 8, 10 LUCAS, VIRGINIA DREW: 8 LYDIA: 21, 24 LYON, ELIZABETH: 15, 17, 20, 21 LYON, ESTHER: 15, 17, 20, 21 LYON, RICHARD: 17, 20, 21 MARGERY: 18, 22, 24 MEEKER, DANIEL: 16, 19, 22 MEEKER, DEACON DAVID: 14, 16, 19 MEEKER, MARY: 13, 14, 16 MEEKER, ROBERT: 19, 22 MEHAN, ANN: 7 MEHAN, JOHN: 7-9 MEHAN, KATE: 7 MEHAN, MARY: 7-10 MEHAN, PATRICK: 7 MEHITABLE: 15, 17 MEIGS, CONCURRENCE: 24 MEIGS, DEACON JOHN: 24 MEIGS, ELIZABETH: 18, 21, 24 MEIGS, JOHN: 21, 23-25 Meigs, Mary: 24 MEIGS, VINCENT: 24, 25 MERWIN, DANIEL: 13, 14, 16

Index of Individuals (?), KATE: 7 (?), MARGARET: 17, 20, 21 (FLUYT), ELIZABETH LUBBERTS: 18, 21, 22 (HORROCKS), CHARLES HENRY ROGERS: 8-10 ABBOTT, ELIZABETH: 14, 16, 17, 19, 20 ABBOTT, JOSEPH: 16, 19 BANKS, BENJAMIN: 15, 17, 20, 21 BANKS, BENJAMIN: 14, 15, 17 BANKS, ELBERT: 11-13 BANKS, FANNY M.: 12 BANKS, GERSHOM: 12, 14, 15 BANKS, HYATT: 12-14 BANKS, JOHN: 17, 20, 23 BANKS, MARY ANN: 12 BANKS, S.H.: 12 BANKS, SARAH MARIA: 7, 10-12 BARLOW, JOHN: 16, 19 BARLOW, RUTH: 16, 19 BARLOW, SARAH: 14, 16, 19 BELCHER, ELIZABETH: 18, 21, 24 BONNEY, RUTH D.: 15 BRADLEY, BETSEY: 13, 14, 16 BRADLEY, EPHRAIM: 14, 16 BURNETT, ANNIE I.: 11 BURR, DANIEL: 19, 22, 24 BURR, DANIEL: 16, 19, 22 BURR, JEHUE: 22, 24 BURR, MARY: 14, 16, 19 CHADBOURNE, PATIENCE: 19, 23, 24 CHADBOURNE, WILLIAM: 23, 24 CHURCHILL, (?): 24, 25 CLAPHAM, ABIGAIL: 16, 18, 22 CLAY, MARTHA: 11-13 CLUGSTON, MARY: 14, 15, 18 CLUGSTON, MICHAEL: 15, 18, 21 COTTLE, HARRY: 11 CRANE, HENRY: 24 DANZ, PHILIP: 8 DIRCK, JANNETJE: 15, 18, 21, 22 DISBROW, SUSANNAH: 14-16, 18 DISBROW, THOMAS: 16, 18 DUNHAM, JAMES: 12-14 DUNHAM, RANSOM: 14 DUNHAM, REBECKAH: 11-14 EARLY, ANTHONY: 15, 17 EARLY, SARAH ELIZABETH: 13-15, 17 ELIZABETH: 18, 22 ELIZABETH(?): 17, 20 EVERTZEN, DIRCK: 18, 21, 22 FINOCHIO, JOSEPH: 8 FREATHY, ELIZABETH: 16, 19, 23 FRY, THOMASIN: 21, 24, 25 GILBERT, CATHERINE: 14, 15, 18 GILBERT, JOSIAH: 18, 21, 24 GILBERT, MOSES: 15, 18, 21, 22 GILBERT, THOMAS: 21, 24 GLOVER, ABIGAIL: 19, 22, 24

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MERWIN, MEEKER: 12-14 MERWIN, MILES: 18, 22 MERWIN, POLLY: 11-13 MERWIN, THOMAS: 16, 18, 22 MERWIN, THOMAS: 14, 16, 18, 19 MITCHELL, JACOB: 17, 20 MITCHELL, ROBERT: 24, 25 MITCHELL, SUZANNA: 13, 15, 17 MITCHELL, THOMAS CURRY: 15, 17, 20 MITCHELL, THOMASIN: 22, 24, 25 MOREHOUSE, JOHN: 16, 19 MOREHOUSE, RUTH: 14, 16, 18, 19 NASON, ALICE: 16, 19 NASON, LOVE: 12, 13, 15 NASON, SARAH: 15 NICHOLS, ELIZABETH: 15, 18, 22 NICHOLS, FRANCIS: 22, 24 NICHOLS, ISAAC: 18, 22, 24 OGDEN, ELIZABETH: 16, 19, 22 OGDEN, RICHARD: 19, 22 PACKARD, EDWARD: 12, 13, 15 PACKARD, ELNATHAN: 11-14 PACKARD, GEORGE: 20, 23, 25 PACKARD, JERUSHA: 10-12 PACKARD, JOHN: 15, 17, 20 PACKARD, JOSEPH: 13, 15, 17 PACKARD, MOSES: 23, 25 PACKARD, SAMUEL: 17, 20, 23 PERRY, JOSEPH: 14, 15, 18 PERRY, MARY: 12, 14, 15 PERRY, NATHANIEL: 15, 17, 20, 21 PERRY, RICHARD: 17, 20 PESING, JOANE: 24, 25 POPE, REBECCA: 12, 13, 15 POPE, SUZANNA: 17, 20 RANSOM, MARY: 12-14 REIMER, JULIA: 9, 10 REINER, ANNA: 8, 10 RINK, UNKNOWN: 9, 10 ROGERS, ALICE: 8 ROGERS, CATHERINE: 7 ROGERS, CHARLES HENRY (aka: Michael Jr.): 7-11 ROGERS, CHESTER SPENCER: 8, 10 ROGERS, ETHEL ANNA: 8, 10 ROGERS, HATTIE VIOLA: 8-10 ROGERS, HELEN SPENCER: 8 ROGERS, IDA FRANCIS: 8, 10 ROGERS, JOHN W.: 7 ROGERS, MICHAEL: 7, 10 ROGERS, WALTER THOMAS: 8, 10 ROGERS, WILLIAM: 7 ROWLANDSON, WILLIAM: 20, 21 SAMPSON, BENJAMIN: 11 SANFORD, EZEKIEL: 19, 22 SANFORD, MARY: 16, 19, 22 SPARRY, MARY: 23, 24 SPENCER, AMANDA MELISSA: 11 SPENCER, ANGELINE CALISTA: 11 SPENCER, ANNIE M.: 11 SPENCER, CYRUS P.: 7, 10-12 SPENCER, EPHRAIM: 11-13 SPENCER, FRANK M.: 11 SPENCER, HARRIET: 11 SPENCER, HATTIE MARIA: 7, 8, 10, 11 SPENCER, HUMPHREY: 13-15, 17 SPENCER, ICHABOD: 12, 13, 15

SPENCER, ICHABOD: 12 SPENCER, IDA F.: 11 SPENCER, JAMES P.: 11 SPENCER, LOUISA: 11 SPENCER, MARIA: 11 SPENCER, MOSES: 16, 19, 23 SPENCER, MOSES: 14, 16, 17, 19, 20 SPENCER, SAMUEL: 10-12 SPENCER, STEPHEN: 12 SPENCER, THOMAS: 19, 22, 23, 25 ST. JOHN, ELIZABETH (?): 17, 20, 23 ST. JOHN, MARY: 15, 17, 20 ST. JOHN, MATHIAS: 17, 20, 23 ST. JOHN, MATTHIAS: 20, 23 Stevens, William: 24 STREAM, ELIZABETH: 17, 20, 23 TAINTOR, (?): 17, 20, 23 TAINTOR, CHARLES: 20, 23 TALLENT, WILLIAM: 7 THOMSON, JOSEPH: 8 TURBERFIELD, SUSAN: 19, 22 UNKNOWN: 9 UNKNOWN, MARGARET: 9 VICKARIS, HELEN: 23, 25 WAKEMAN, CAPT JOHN: 15, 18, 21 WAKEMAN, EBENEZER: 12, 14-16 WAKEMAN, ELIZABETH: 12-14 WAKEMAN, FRANCIS: 23, 25 WAKEMAN, JOHN: 14, 15, 18 WAKEMAN, JOHN: 21, 23, 25 WAKEMAN, MARY: 15, 18, 21 WAKEMAN, REV SAMUEL: 18, 21, 23 WEBB, ELIZABETH: 12, 14-16 WEBB, JOSIAH: 14-16, 18 WEBB, REV JOSEPH: 15, 18, 22 WHITE, JOYCE MURIEL: 8 WILBUR, LAURA: 8 WILCOX, SARAH: 24 WINSLOW, JUDITH: 15, 17, 20 ZIBELL, HARRY G.: 8, 10 ZIBELL, KENNETH: 8 ZIBELL, MARION F.: 8

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Disconnected Rogers Civil War Soldier Joseph A. Rogers born about 1844 of Raymertown Village, Pittstown was a witness to the will of Mary Mehan Rogers. He may be a nephew of Michael Rogers Sr. Further investigation is required. See references below. Ref: http://www.rootsweb.com/~nyrensse/pension4.htm Rensselaer County Pension Roll of 1885 Rogers, Joseph A.. - Raymertown - w. left shoulder - $2.00 - June 1866 (066,602) Ref: http://www.rootsweb.com/~nyrensse/169ny2r.htm Steven M. Wiezbicki of Westminster, Colorado is writing a history of the 169th Infantry Regiment New York State Volunteers and their service during the American Civil War of 1861-1865. Steven has kindly contributed to this GenWeb site the following information from the complete Register of the 169th. It lists both officers and enlisted men and is the most detailed version of the 169th available on this Rensselaer County GenWeb site. For information about his history of this regiment, you may contact Steven at the following address: Steven M. Wiezbicki, 10739 Zuni Drive, Westminster, CO 80234, Telephone (303) 410-4908 E-mail swiezbicki@msn.com 169th Infantry Regiment NY Volunteers, American Civil War 1861-1865 Surnames Beginning with R ROGERS, JOSEPH A. - Age, 21 years. Enlisted, September 3, 1862, at Brunswick, to serve three years; mustered in as private, Co. C, October 6, 1862; discharged., May 29, 1865, at Foster Hospital, New Berne, N. C.; also borne as Rodgers. Ref: 1865 State Census 2nd District (Troy Library 9/26/03) Lived with William Stanton Joseph A. Rogers ae 21 Soldier Native There is no known connection of Michael Rogers to any Rogers family in Vermont.

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ARTICLE REGARDING THE CHILDREN OF WIDOWER CHARLES H. ROGERS Approx May 28, 1905 BRIDGEPORT TRUST CO. GUARDIAN OF SIX NEGLECTED MINOR CHILDREN. Allegations That Father of Black Rock Family Has Not Taken Proper Care of Them Basis of Ground for Application -Complaint Withdrawn When Father Signs Agreement to Guardian. Judge of Probate E. P. Nobbs this morning appointed the Bridgeport Trust Co. as the guardian of the persons and Property of the six minor children of Charles H. and the late Hattie S. Rogers. Behind this fact lies an interesting story. The family is one residing at Black Rock where they have been for many years. The mother died some two months ago, leaving property to the children, enough to support and care for them. The father is still alive but does little for their support. He is a blacksmith by trade. He has certain notions regarding how they should be brought up that are not agreeable to the children. Accordingly they petitioned the probate court through Attorney R.H. Gould for the appointment of the Bridgeport Trust Co. as their guardian. Three of the children , Chester S., Ida F. and Ethel, are old enough to do this as they are all above 14 years of age. The three others , Charles, Hattie, and Walter are much smaller and are now in the Bridgeport Protestant Orphan Asylum. In the petition it was set up simply the fact that their father was not a fit person to be entrusted with their care or property. When the matter came up in court this morning the father retained Attorney V. R. C. Giddings as his counsel. He opposed the selection of the trust company and wanted Charles B. Fancher instead. The court asked some of the friends of the children whom they thought would be the more suitable and they endorsed the selection made by the children. The father claimed in court that he was trying to keep his children home nights and that they disobeyed him and stayed out until late. He also said they have been stolen away from him and that he intended to instigate an action for kidnapping as soon as he learned who had done it. The two elder girls are decidedly attractive looking and were neatly dressed and well behaved. It is said that one of them with the son has been the mainstay of the family for some time. The three younger children will probably be kept at the orphan asylum. The estate left by their mother to them while small is sufficient to provide for the support of the six children assisted by their own efforts. (Hattie Spencer died Mar 28, 1905 Ae 44 yrs) Article says she died "some two months ago"

OBITUARY OF CYRUS P. SPENCER Bridgeport Daily Standard Aug 29, 1874 - Deaths Spencer - In Black Rock, August 28th, Cyrus P. Spencer, aged 49 Years. -The friends and aquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from the Congregational Church, Black Rock, Sunday at 2 P.M.

OBITUARY OF HATTIE SPENCER ROGERS Bridgeport Post Thurs Mar 30, 1905 Mrs. Hattie M. Rogers This afternoon at 2:30 o'Clock, Rev. H.C. Woodruff, pastor of the Black Rock Congregational church, held funeral services over the remains of Hattie M., the wife of Charles H. Rogers, at her late residence, 27 Ellsworth Street. The interment took place at Mountain Grove Cemetery.

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SPENCERS IN DAMARISCOTTA, MAINE Augusta Maine State Library - These are the only Spencers in the Vital Records for Damariscotta Maine Old Bristol and Nobleboro Maine Vital Records (Includes Bremen, Damariscotta, So. Bristol & Monhegan) Vol 1 Births Deaths Maine Hist Soc 1951 P 645 James Spencer Farmer Ae 19y (b 1831) in Family of Daniel Day US Census 1850 Damariscotta P 645 Louisa Spencer Ae 22y (b 1828) in Family of John Little US Census 1850 Damariscotta No other Spencers / No Spencer Marriages Skidompha Library in Damariscotta - No Spencers in Damariscotta Cemetaries Louisa and James are undoubtedly siblings of Cyrus based on the Parkman, ME 1850 census. It is interesting they were counted twice in the 1850 census so the total population of Maine was off by two.

SPENCER & ROGERS BRIDGEPORT CITY DIRECTORY RECORDS Ffld Hist Soc Apr 12, 2003 (1874 is the first year Black Rock was a part of Bridgeport, is in Fairfield Directory before this.) 1873-4, Spencer, Cyrus P. Carpenter h Church St. Black Rock 1876, p 211 Spencer, Sarah M. widow Cyrus P. h Church St. Black Rock 1880 p 239 Spencer Frank J. Boards, Church St., Black Rock p 239 Spencer, Sarah M. widow Cyrus P. h Church St. Black Rock 1885 p 331 Spencer, Sarah M. widow Cyrus C. h Church St. Black Rock p 301 Rogers Charles H. Peddler, bds Church St., Black Rock 1905 Bridgeport, Stratford, Fairfield, Southport Directory P 621 Charles H. Rogers, 27 Ellsworth St., Blacksmith

BANKS & SPENCER CENSUS RECORDS 1850 census --Parkman, Piscataquis, Maine Aug 15, 1850 Samuel Spencer and Jerusha Packard Family From Ancestry.com 63 63 Samuel Spencer Jerusha Cyrus P. Louisa James P. Harriet Maria Amanda M. Angeline C.

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ROGERS CENSUS RECORDS 1855 NY Census Pittstown, Rensselaer County, June 13, P.P. Abbot 2nd Election District, Mabel Hewitt Collection, Bennington (VT) Museum & Troy Library Age Birthpl yrs res Michael Rogers 38 Ireland 6 Mary Rogers 36 Ireland 6 Catharine Rogers 8 Ireland 6 Michael Jr 3 Rens 3 Anna C. 1 Rens 1 (Anna died before 1860, she is not in 1860 census)

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1870 U.S. Census, U.S. Archives, Microfilm: M693, Roll 1083, Page 65 (Pittstown, Rensselaer County, NY) Father Mother House Fam Foreign Foreign 481 538 Rogers, Mary 41 Keeping House Ireland 1 1 William 14 Farm Laborer NY 1 1 John 4 NY Charles Rogers not in Bridgeport in 1880 1900 U.S. Census, T1063 Roll 82 is the 1900 Soundex for CT , T623 is 1900 census –Roll 131 Fairfield County Vol 1 ED 16 Sh1 Line 49 27 Ellsworth St Bridgeport, Married 17 Yrs Ae Veterinary Surgeon Charles H. Rogers Sept 1858 41 Hattie Sept 1860 39 Chester S June 1884 15 Ida F. Aug 1886 13 Ethel A. July 1890 9 Chas H. Dec 1894 5

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RECORD OF THE ESTATE OF MARY RODGERS PROVING HER LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT Surrogates Court, County Of Rensselaer, Troy, NY 12180 Estate of Mary Rodgers File No. 449, 13 Pages Residence Pittstown, NY, Died Sept. 15, 1893 (This court record has a typo, says 1894) Children: John W. of Fordham, NYC , Michael Otherwise called Charles of Black Rock, CT and Catherine (Tallent) of Pittstown, NY Witnesses to the will Eddy Chase and Joseph A. Rogers both of Raymerstown Village (near Pittstown) ----------Note: Joseph A. Rogers may be a relative.

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WILL OF MARY ROGERS - LETTER FROM B.W. FILE TO CHARLES H. ROGERS Executor of the estate of Mary Rogers of Pittstown who died Sept 15, 1893 (Copy sent by Joan Spencer to J. Lucas 2003) Law Office of B. W. File No. 17 First St., Troy, NY Jany 25th 1894 Charles Rogers Esq Black Rock Conn. Dr Sir Your Brother has just got back from his trip West and I have filed a petition for the probate of your mother's will. It is assumable on Feby 24, 94 at ten O'clock in the forenoon. When I saw you last fall you said if I would give you two weeks notice you would come & appear. If you do not want to contest the will, will you kindly sign the enclosed waiver of service of citation and authorize Mr. Bryan to appear for you. Let me know by return mail if you will be present on the day set or what you intend to do. If you do not intend to contest will, send me the enclosed paper by return mail. Yours Respectfully B. W. File

Descendants of Jerusha Packard Al Philbrick 12 Aug 2005 (Please verify all info) First Generation 1. Jerusha PACKARD was born on 14 Jun 1802 in Hebron, Oxford, ME. She died on 19 Apr 1876. She was buried in 1876 in Cambridge Memorial Garden, Cambridge, Maine. Samuel SPENCER was born on 30 Aug 1799. He died on 8 Apr 1864. He was buried in 1864 in Cambridge Memorial Garden, Cambridge, Maine. Jerusha PACKARD and Samuel SPENCER had the following children: 2 i. Cyrus SPENCER was born on 20 May 1826. He died on 28 Aug 1874. (These dates match Spencer Bible and death record) +3 ii. Louisa SPENCER (born on 3 Jun 1828). 4 iii. James P. SPENCER was born on 1 Mar 1830. +5 iv. Harriet SPENCER (born on 7 Jan 1833). +6 v. Maria SPENCER (born on 7 Jan 1833). +7 vi. Amanda Melissa SPENCER (born on 14 Dec 1836). +8 vii. Angeline Calista SPENCER (born on 13 Aug 1839).

Second Generation 3. Louisa SPENCER was born on 3 Jun 1828. She m. Harry COTTLE. 5. Harriet SPENCER was born on 7 Jan 1833. She m. Benjamin SAMPSON. 6. Maria SPENCER born 7 Jan 1833. She m ? HAMILTON & had 2 sons. 7. Amanda Melissa SPENCER was born on 14 Dec 1836. Amanda Melissa SPENCER m James S. RAMSDELL had the following children: +10 i. Etta M. RAMSDELL born in Phillips, ME. m. Harry STOCKS. 8. Angeline Calista SPENCER was born on 13 Aug 1839. She died on 22 Apr 1897. Daniel P. PINGREE (son of Moses PINGREE and Christianna PACKARD) was born on 20 May 1832.

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TWO NEWSPAPER ARTICLES ABOUT THE DEATH OF C.H. ROGERS Article 1. Bridgeport Post Wednesday Evening March 4, 1914 Coroner Phelan Probes Death of Charles Rogers Francis Derby is Held on Manslaughter - Bond May Be Increased Hearing is Continued Pending Investigation Operator of Car Declares He Did Not Attempt to Escape After Accident As soon as he is able to get witnesses County Coroner J. J. Phelan wil begin his investigation into the death of Charles H. Rogers, known as "Yankee" Rogers, the horse trainer, who was killed at the corner of State Street and Park Avenue last night by an automobile driven by Francis Derby. The police and detectives are looking up witnesses to the accident. The coroner is anxious that persons who were witnesses to the accident communicate with him, so that they could be called. Was Crossing Street Charles H. Rogers, the deceased had been quite a well known horse trainer in years gone by, and had an extensive aquaintance among horsemen in the country. Of late years he had been working as a blacksmith and rooming in Colorado Avenue, but quite recently he has been working about various cafes in the West End. He was crossing State Street about 7 o'clock last night, when he was run into and killed instantly by an automobile. The ambulance was rushed to the scene of the accident, but Rogers was dead. The body was taken to the morgue at Cullinan & Mullins where it was later examined by Medical Examiner S. M. Garlick. The body was pretty well crushed. There was a fracture of the skull, the right shoulder and both collar bones were broken. The ribs on the left side were crushed in. Dr. Garlick said that death was instantaneous. Bond May Be Increased Francis Derby who was driving the automobile, was taken to police headquarters by Patrolman Fred Feeley, and the charge of man- (Typo in the newspaper article) He was released on a bond of $1000 furnished by Harold H. Hamilton, president of the Whiting Manufacturing company. Derby is employed by the company. Derby was before the city court this morning, and was represented by Attorney James A. Marr, and his case was continued till March 24 in bonds of $1000. Judge Coughlin told the accused and counsel that in the event of the coroner finding him criminally responsible, that he would call in the accused and increase the bond to $5000. Derby Makes Statement Mr. Derby made a statement to the police after he was arrested, to the effect when he was turning into Park Avenue from State St. he saw Rogers in his path. He applied his brake and stopped the car, and at the same time Mr. Rogers stopped also. Supposing that Mr. Rogers stopped to allow him to go by he started his machine forward and just as he did so Mr. Rogers was struck. He said that he could not avoid hitting him after Mr. Rogers started to walk across the street. T.E.J.Murphy of No. 135 Clinton avenue who was a witness to the accident, made a

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statement to the police that Derby was driving his machine at a 15 mile an hour rate and that came very near being struck himself He did not see the machine Stop at all. After the automobile hit Rogers it stopped 15 feet away. He heard Mr. Derby ask for assistance to lift the body in his machine, and afterwards he saw Mr.Derby jump in his car, and he thought that he was going to run away, and he told Officer Feeley, who jumped on the running board. Mr. Derby denies that he was at- tempting to get away. He said that when he found that the man was dead he said that he intended to turn around to go to police headquarters. Derby was operating the automo- bile that ran into and killed Motor cycle Officer Frank A. Lowe on the afternoon of August 8, 1912,but was exonerated from all blame by Acting Coroner H· C. Stevenson who made a full investigation. The coroner found that Officer Lowe was running easterly in Barnum avenue at an excessive rate of speed at 50 miles an hour, and that when Mr. Derby was passing Barmum avenue at Bishop avenue, the officer and his machine crashed into tile auto- mobile that Mr. Derby was driving. Col. Elmer Havens and others were witnesses. Mr. Rogers, the victim of last night's accident leaves one daughter Ida a clerk at the American Graphophone company, No. 259 Ellsworth street, Black Rock. There is an assumption that at the time he was Struck Mr. Rogers was under the influence of drink. An empty whiskey bottle was found in one of his pockets.

Article 2. Unknown Paper Trainer Killed By Automobile Coroner Phelan will Investigate Responsibility of Chauffer Derby Charles H. Rogers, a local celebrity residing in Black Rock, who claimed to have trained the famous running horse “Lamplighter” when it won the Brooklyn Handicap, , was struck and killed by an automobile driven by Francis E. Derby at State Street and Park avenue last night. In the city court today Derby was arraigned on a charge of manslaughter.. Rogers lived in Black Rock for many years. The family home was in Brewster Street. In his youth he was a famous jockey and was known as “Yankee Rogers”. Riding fast horses he won many running races in the days when race tracks flourished in the United States. He claimed that he had trained the famous horse “Lamplighter” the horse that won the Brooklyn Handicap about 20 years ago at odds of 100 to 1. Rogers at that time told friends in Bridgeport that the horse was due to win. Pool rooms were conducted then as openly as saloons are now. Only one Bridgeport man was game enough to take Roger’s tip. He placed a $10 bill on Lamplighter. The race track odds were 100 to 1, but the pool room paid a little smaller percentage. Nevertheless the Bridgeport “plunger” won $750. While he lived in Black Rock, Rogers made a living from his vegetable garden, and pieced out his income by renting saddles for horses for the parades, which were so popular in the old days. Before the days of automobiles all the residents of Black Rock kept horses and Rogers, while not a veterinary surgeon, was in much demand when the family horse or cow of the neighbors was ill.

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BANKS BIBLE RECORDS SPENCER ROGERS BIBLE RECORDS Transcribed from copies of 2 pages received from Joan Spencer Lucas a.k.a Joan L. Spencer

Family Record Marriages

FAMILY RECORD

Cyrus P. Spencer Maria S. Banks November 14, 1853

BIRTHS Elbert Banks and his wife Polly was (sic) maried th (sic) December 24 1816

DEATHS

Frank M. Spencer Annie I. Burnett September 28, 1881 Charles H. Rogers Hattie M. Spencer August 08, 1883

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Meeker Merwin Departed this life January 14 , 1815 th Mary Ann Banks Departed this life August 8 1833 Aged 16 years 3 months Polly Banks departed this life December 21, 1864 Aged 69 years 7 months Elbert Banks Departed this life Sept 11, 1873 Aged 72 years 9 months 88 years 9 months

At Black Rock Church by H.C. Woodruff

Thomas Bakewell Hegeman At St. Marks Church Brooklyn, NY By Rev. W. F. Mayo Annie M. Spencer July 26, 1890 Ethel Anna Rogers at Black Rock Cong Church Frank B. Lucas October 26, 1909 by Rev H.C. Woodruff Same as my mother

BIRTHS th

Elbert Banks born December the 6 1790 Polly his wife born May 14, 1795 Mary Ann Banks born May 22, 1818 Fanny M. Banks born August 30, 1820 Sarah M. Banks born July 24, 1826 S.H. Banks born June 8, 1830

Ida Francis Rogers Harry G. Zibell Chester Spencer Rogers Anna Reiner June 05, 1913

DEATHS th

Eunice Chapman Departed this life June 8 1823 Aged 23 years th Elizabeth Banks Departed this life June 4 1835 Aged 70 years nd Benjamin Merwin Departed this life March 2 1839 Aged 50 years th Hyatt Banks Departed this life April 14 1847 Aged 83 years Sary? Merwin Departed this life October 9 1857 Aged 92

Note: Maria S. Banks also know as Sarah Maria Banks Deaths Cyrus P. Spencer Died August 28, 1874 Aged 48 Years 3 Mos Ida F. Spencer Died February 15, 1881 Aged 26 Yrs 5 mos. Sarah (Maria Banks) Spencer Died May 8, 1891 Aged 64 Years 10 Mos. Thomas Hegeman Died June 28, 1898 Aged 9 Mos.

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Ruth Horrocks Children of Charles Rogers (Adopted name Horrocks) and Julia Reimer

SPENCER ROGERS BIBLE (Continued) Hattie M. Rogers Died Mar 28, 1905 Aged 44 Years, 6 Mos 25 days

Lillian Spencer Hegeman, B. July 10, 1892 Thomas Hegeman, B. November 04, 1897 Bruce Hegeman, B. August 19, 1903

Annie (Spencer) Hegeman Died Mar 15, 1920 Frank Spencer Spring 1922 Alvin Spencer Lucas Nov 1, 1913 Age 10 Days

Alvin Spencer Lucas, B. October 22, 1913 Austin Dudley Lucas, B. 1915 Virginia Drew Lucas, B. 1917. Chester Alison Lucas, B. 1923

Helen Spencer Rogers Died July 1950 Nancy Drew Lucas, B. 1943 Joan Spencer Lucas, B. 1944 Children Of Austin D. Lucas And Laura Wilbur

Chester Spencer Rogers Charles H. Rogers Died Mar 3, 1914 (Born 1862)

Brett David Thomson, B. 1941 Pamela Jo Thomson, B. 1944 Rogers Frank Thomson, B. 1953 Heather Marie Thomson, B. 1954 Children Of Joseph Thomson And Virginia D. Lucas

Ethel R. Lucas Died 1965 Frank B. Lucas Died (1967) Births

Alice Rogers Helen Spencer Rogers, B.1924 Children Of Chester Rogers And Anna Reiner

Cyrus P. Spencer Born May 20, 1826 Sarah (Maria Banks) Spencer Born July 24, 1826

Dorothy Grimley Daughter Of Hattie Rogers And Frank Grimley

Ida F. Spencer Born Aug 24, 1854

Children Of Chester Lucas And Joyce White Joanne Ellen Lucas, B. 1957 James Llewellyn Lucas, B. 1961 Jonathan David Lucas, B. 1962

Frank M. Spencer Born Oct 30, 1857 Hattie M. Spencer Born Sept 5, 1861 Annie M. Spencer Born Apr 16, 1865

END OF SPENCER ROGERS BIBLE Lillian B. Spencer Born Aug 28, 1883 Cyrus Spencer and Sarah M. Banks Marriage Record (Transcribed from handwritten page)

Chester Spencer Rogers Born June 17, 1884 Ida Francis Rogers Born Aug 9, 1886

Hattie Viola Rogers Born July 17, 1900

This certifies that Mr. Cyrus P. Spencer of Damariscotta, Me. & Miss Maria S. Banks of Black Rock, Conn. were united in Holy Matrimony in Black Rock, Conn. On the fourteenth day of November in the year of our Lord one thousand, eight hundred & fifty three by me.

Walter Thomas Rogers Born July 17, 1902

Wm. Jesup Jennings, Minister of the Gospel

Marion F. Zibell Born Dec 5, 1916 Kenneth Zibell Born Oct 17, 1923 Children of Ida Rogers and Harry Zibell

(Note: He was the first minister of Black Rock Church JLL)

Ethel Anna Rogers Born July 31, 1890 Charles Henry Rogers Born Dec. 29, 1894 (Adopted by Horrocks)

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CHILDREN OF REBEKAH DUNHAM & ELNATHAN PACKARD Ancestry World Tree Project: Genealogy for Michael and Deb Hervey Genealogy Name: Rebekah Dunham 1 ,Sex: F , Birth: 6 AUG 1779 in Hebron, Oxford, ME 1 , Death: 14 JUL 1847 in Parkman, ME 1 , Burial: Behind the church in Parkman, Maine 1 Marriage 1 Elnathan Packard b: 1 NOV 1774 in Bridgewater, MA, Married: 21 FEB 1799 in Hebron, Oxford, ME Children Zebina\Sabine (Surbine?) Packard b: 7 JUL 1799 in Hebron, Oxford, ME Sylvanus Elnathan Packard b: 20 SEP 1800 in Hartford, ME Jerusha Packard b: 14 JUN 1802 in Hebron, Oxford, ME James Packard b: 18 MAR 1804 in Hebron, Oxford, ME Polly Packard b: 9 FEB 1806 in Hebron, Oxford, ME Christianna Packard b: 8 MAR 1809 in Hebron, Oxford, ME Hiram Packard b: 6 DEC 1810 in Hebron, Oxford, Maine Parthena (Bethany?) D. Packard b: 4 JUL 1812 in Hebron, Oxford County, Maine Jacob Packard b: 21 DEC 1815 in Hebron, Oxford, Maine Elnathan Packard , Jr. b: 14 JUL 1818 in Hebron, Oxford, ME Levi Allen Packard b: 16 JUL 1820 in Hebron, Oxford, ME Abel Allen Packard b: 1 MAR 1824 in Hebron, Maine Sources:My Packard & Hayden Ancestors, Elizabeth Corson, Nov 2000 Larry & Patricia (Packard) Bigbee, Publication: Pat's Mayflower Connection Document, from Pat at Parkman Church, August 14, 1999, Their source is " Annals of Oxford pg 241 & 182."

ETHEL ANNA ROGERS (LUCAS) OBITUARIES A Tribute Published in the pages of THE BRIDGEPORT TELEGRAM BRIDGEPORT, CONN. Apr 19, 1965 Memorial Obituary Entered into Eternal Rest Sunday April 18, 1965 Mrs. Frank B. Lucas Dies in Hospital Here Mrs. Ethel Rogers Lucas, 74 wife of Frank B. Lucas of 177 Toilsome Hill Road, Fairfield died yesterday in Bridgeport Hospital....... Survivors in addition to her husband are two sons, Austin D. and Chester A. Lucas of Fairfield; a daughter, Mrs. Virginia Thomson of Glendale, Calif., two brothers, charles Horrocks of Teaneck, N.J.,and Walter Rogers of Brooklyn, NY.; two sisters, Mrs. Hattie Rink of Woburn, Mass., and Mrs. Ida Zibell of Waterbury, and nine grandchildren. A Tribute Published in the pages of THE WATERBURY AMERICAN WATERBURY, CONN. Apr 20, 1965 Memorial Obituary Entered into Eternal Rest Sunday April 18, 1965 Mrs. Frank Lucas Mrs. Ethel (Rogers) Lucas, wife of Frank Lucas, 177 Toilsome Hill Road, Bridgeport died Sunday at Park City Hospital, Bridgeport after a short illness. Among the survivors are Mrs. Ida Zibell, Central Avenue a sister. Mrs. Lucas was a member of the Second Congregational Church, Waterbury when she resided here about 50 years ago.Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 2 P.M. at the new Presbyterian Church at Stratfield. Burial will be in Mountain Grove Cemetery Bridgeport. Friends may call at the Dennis & D'Arcy Funeral Home 1046 Fairfield Ave., Bridgeport tonight from 7 to 9 O'clock. Unknown Paper Mrs. Frank B. Lucas Services for Mrs. Ethel Rogers Lucas, 74, wife of Frank B. Lucas, of 177 Toilsome Hill road, Fairfield, who died Sunday, will take place tommorow at 2 p.m. in the First Presbyterian Church of Fairfield with the Rev. Frederick J. Allsup, pastor, officiating. Burial will be in Mountain Grove Cemetery. The Dennis & D'Arcy Funeral Home, 1046 Fairfield avenue is in charge of arrangements.

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REVOLUTIONARY WAR ANCESTORS OF HATTIE MARIA SPENCER Benjamin Banks (Jr) s12954 CT line b Dec 1746, Gershom Banks was a witness, served with him, AE 79 in 1832 (Gershom Banks Jr., Brother, b 1752) Abstracts of Revolutionary War Pension Files 1990 Virgil D. White (Springfield Library) Hyatt Banks s12040 Apl Jan 15, 1833 AE 69 on March 7 next, b Mar 7 1764 (son of Benj. Jr.) Abstracts of Revolutionary War Pension Files 1990 Virgil D. White (Springfield Library) Also History and Genealogy of the families of Old Fairfield, Vol 3, Rev. War Records, Donald Lines Jacobus, page 20 Connecticut Men in the Revolution p10 Ebenezer Wakeman, served as a Clerk, went to Boston during Lexington alarm

DAR Patriot Index - 1966 (New H. Hist Soc.) Abbreviations: Sol = Soldier MM= Minute Man PS = Patriotic Service PVT = Private p 33 Gershom Banks, Sr. b 5-1-1712 d 1787/9 m1 Mary Bradley 2 Hannah Bradley 3 Mary Perry Sol, CT [Note: buried Greenfield Hill Cem, Ct Minute Man Plaque on wall, J. Lucas] p33 Hyatt Banks b 3-7-1764 d 4-16-1847 m Elizabeth Wakeman MM, CT p? Ebenezer Wakeman b 7-20-1737 CT d 3-31-1823 CT m (1) Elizabeth Webb m (2) Sarah Shelton MM, CT p 206 James Dunham b 2-9-1754 d () m Mary Ransom Carver PVT MA (Pension says he was Sergeant)

The Pension File of James Dunham R3131 - from Heritage Quest online Pension was rejected because service was less than 6 months United States of America Maine District SS At a special District court of the United States begun and holden at Minot within and for said district, on the fourteenth day of August A.D. eighteen hundred and thirty two, before the Honorable ASHUR WARE, Judge of the said court. On this fourteenth day of August aforesaid, personally appeared in open court before said district judge James Dunham a resident of Hebron in the county of Oxford in said Maine District, aged seventy eight years who being first duly sworn according to law, doth on his oath make the following declaration in order to obtain the benefit of the provision made by the act of congress passed June 7th, 1832. That he the said James Dunham first entered the service of the state as a minute man in the town of Plympton in the county of Plymouth in the state of Massachusetts in the regiment commanded by Col. (Theophilus) Cotton, that the company to which he belonged was commanded by Capt. John Bridgham of Plympton aforesaid. That the company was organized on the 9th day of Feb. 1775. That he frequently met with his class or division of the company once or twice a week for military drill for the term of three months during which three months he was called out to march to Plymouth to stop the proceedings of the Court that was about to commence its session then under the colonial Laws, That all the proceedings of the court were stopped, that the regiment was formed in front of the Court House that while the regiment remained there Dr. Freeman of Sandwich delivered an address to them and exhorted them to resist the oppression of British Laws. That soon after this he was called out by the Col. and again went to Plymouth and remained there two days, that soon after was the alarm at the news of the Lexington Battle. That he was called with the regiment to march to Marshfield for the purpose of taking the British Soldiers that were stationed at the house of Roy Thomas Esq who was a tory and had fled to Boston and that he was on said expedition 4 or 5 days. That he served said three months as a sergeant. That he the said Dunham again enlsited in the service of the United States some time in the first of the summer of 1776 at 45


Plympton in the county of Plymouth in the state of Massachusetts in the company commanded by Capt. James Harlow of said Plympton in the regiment commanded by Col. Cary of Bridgewater, That he marched from Plympton aforesaid on the fifteenth day of July 1776 and went on to New York. That he remained in the city of New York where he was stationed a few weeks, thence to Chelsea, from thence to Harlem, thence to White Plains where he was wounded in a battle by a musket ball while in the first of the engagement, thence that he went up to Peekskill where he was discharged‌‌. Also Statements from Holmes Thomas and John Bridgham (Jr.)

History of settlement of Oxford County, Maine Buckfield. Settled 1776. Incorporated 16 March 1793. Previous designations: No. 5; Bucktown. Part set off to Paris on February 19, 1828. Part of Sumner annexed March 12, 1856. Part of Hartford annexed March 25, 1856. Hebron. Settled 1774. Incorporated 6 March 1792. Bounds established in 1804. Previous designations: Bog Brook; Sheppardsfield; Sheppardstown; Phillips Gore. Part of Paris annexed 1818. Part set off to form Oxford February 27, 1829. Oxford. Settled 1774. Set off from Hebron and incorporated 27 February 1829. See Hebron for previous designations. Part of Otisfield annexed March 17, 1830. Part of Paris annexed March 8, 1838. Principle settlements: Oxford and Welchville. Paris. Settled 1779. Set off from Hebron and incorported 20 June 1793. Previous designation: No. 4. Part set off to Hebron in 1817. Part of Woodstock annexed February 10, 1825. Part of Buckfield annexed February 19, 1928. Part set off to Oxford on March 8, 1838. Part set off to Woodstock on March 23, 1841. Part set off to Norway March 18, 1859. Part of Norway annexed March 2, 1861. Part of Woodstock annexed on March 9, 1880. Principle settlements: Paris Hill and South Paris. Sweden. Settled 1784. Set off from Lovell and incorporated 26 February 1813. Previous designation: See Lovell

A Brief History of the Town of Hebron, Maine (from http://www.rootsweb.com/~mechebro/hebron.htm) March 7, 1777, the General Court of Massachusetts passed a resolution granting to Alexander Shepard "the unappropriated lands lying in the county of Cumberland in the Province of Maine, . . ." on the condition that Shepard "shall deliver in to this Court to their acceptance, on or before the last day od September next, an accurate map of all the late Province of Maine, . . ." Shepard apparantly satisfied the General Court and he was granted. June 24, 1779, a parcel of land in the Oxford Hills of Maine which became known as Shepardsfield. The settlers of Shepardsfield Plantation petitioned the General Court to incorporate the town of Hebron, and the incorporation was confirmed March 6, 1792. By 1828 the town had grown substantially and there was strong feeling that the western part of Hebron and the eastern part were no longer compatible for the conduct of town business. Consequently a petition was sent the the Senate anf House of Representatives of Maine requesting a division of the town and the incorporation of the Town of Oxford. The Maine Legislature approved "An Act To Incorporate The Town of Oxford" February 27th, 1829. Viewers of this website are referred to Marquis Fayette King's Annals of Oxford, Maine for details on the history of Shepardsfield. Also recommended is the Oxford website Oxford, Oxford County, Maine

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A Brief History of the Town of Oxford, ME (http://www.rootsweb.com/~mecoxfor/index.htm) The town of Oxford was settled in 1774 and was originally called Shepardsfield Plantation, after its owner, Alexander Shepard, Jr. of Newton. After Mr. Shepard's death, a large portion of the original grant was sold to Andrew Craigie, apothecary general of the Revolutionary War. Craige's home in Cambridge was the old Vassal house, which served as the headquarters of Washington during the siege of Boston and later was the home of the poet Longfellow. Craige was an ambitious man and encouraged both agriculture and manufacturing on his lands. He dammed the outlet of Lake Thompson, built grist and lumber mills, and had his dream of making woolen and cotton cloth. In 1792, Shepardfield Plantation was incorporated as the town of Hebron. In 1829, Hebron was divided and the western part became the town of Oxford. It was named in honor of the newly formed county in which it was situated, and which General David Learned, of Livermore, the first sheriff, christened after his old home in Massachusetts. Oxford contains the outlet of Lake Thompson and the village of Oxford, first known as Craigie's Mill, and where the woolen industry of the town was situated. Cloth-making began in Oxford as early as 1825, but was not always a prosperous business. Several of the mills burned and the firms operating the mills changed several times. About 1850, Joseph Robinson, a native of Hunslett, England, and expert dyer, took an interest in the business, and from that day forward it prospered. (excerpt paraphrased from "Joseph Robinson Parrott of Oxford" by Charles E. Waterman)

MOUNTAIN GROVE CEMETERY 2675 NORTH AVE. BRIDGEPORT, CT SECTION 6 AND SECTION 12

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Banks Spencer Rogers Genealogy