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Chandler, Charles Henry and Sarah Fiske Lee, The History of New Ipswich, New Hampshire, 1735-1914: With Genealogical Records of the Principal Families (Fitchburg, MA: Sentinel Printing Co., 1914), pp. 704-707.


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NEW IPSWICH SOLDIERS IN THE WAR OF THE REBELLION

Name Born Age Residence Enlisted Regt.   Co. Remarks Died Rank When

Discharged

Whitney, John H. Dudley, Conn. 23 New Ipswich Aug. 9, 1862 13 N.H. Inf., G Mustered out June 21, 1865 . . . Wagoner

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Postoffice

A postoffice was established in New Ipswich in the autumn of 1800. The following is a list of postmasters and the date of appointment give by the Postoffice Department in Washington.

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Charles A. Whitney . . . . . May 31, 1861.
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BARRETT

23. GEORGE WELLS9 (Edward A.8, George7, Charles6, Charles5, Thomas4, Benjamin3, Humphrey2, Humphrey1), b. Aug 1, 1863; m. Jamestown, N.Y., Sept. 9, 1890, Caroline Whitney. He was engaged in banking, and later in the internal revenue service. Children:

27. i. AGNES, b. June 13, 1902.
28. ii. FRANCES AMES, b. Nov. 22, 1903; d. Dec. 16, 1906.
29. iii. JEAN, b. Mar. 3, 1912.

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BLANCHARD

2. SIMEON4 (William3, Thomas2, John1), b. Groton, Mass., June 11, 1747; d. June 22, 1822; m. Feb. 28, 1776, Elizabeth, dau. of John and Elizabeth Shattuck [b. about 1752; d. Feb. 9, 1844]. He settled in New Ipswich a little before his marriage, and bought a farm upon the Massachusetts line (84, A.D.,) where he passed his life. He serve a few days in the company of Capt. Silas Wright of Stoddard which marched upon one of the Ticonderoga alarms in 1777. Children:

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10. viii. CHARLOTTE, b. Aug. 16, 1792; m. Dec. 12, 1815, David Whitney. Res. Ashby, Mass. Children: i. James N. Whitney. ii. Lucius M. Whitney. iii. George S. Whitney. iv. Mary C. Whitney. v. Harriet M. Whitney. vi. Charles E. Whitney.

[Transcriber's note: Elizabeth (Shattuck) Blanchard was doubly a descendant of John and Ruth3 (Whitney) Shattuck.--RLW]


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27. Ivers Harvey [Brooks] . . . m. . . . Nancy R. Bancroft . . . Children:

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50. vi. FREDERICK EUGENE, b. Nov. 7, 1867; m. Nellie E. Whitney of Ashby. Three children.

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EBENEZER3 [FARNSWORTH] (Matthias2, Matthias1), b. about 1684; m. Apr. 17, 1707, Elizabeth, dau. of Joshua and Abigail (Tarbell) Whitney of Watertown, Mass. [b. about 1686]. Res. Groton.


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ELIJAH4 [HOUGHTON] (Thomas3, James2, Ralph1), b. June 2, 1739; d. July 20, 1819; m. Jan. 8, 1766, Mercy, dau. of Abraham and Sarah Whitney [b. Sept., 1744; d. Jan., 1817]. Res. Harvard.


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PETER6 [HOWE] (Buckley5, David4, David3, Samuel2, John1), b. Sept. 13, 1785; d. Sept. 16, 1839; m.(1) Jan. 2, 1809, Elizabeth, dau. of Peter and Anna (Russell) Haynes [b. Sudbury, Mass., Feb. 2, 1785; d. Rindge, Sept. 13, 1828]; (2) Sept. 3, 1830, Sarah, dau. of John and Priscilla (Battles) Whitney of Rindge [d. Concord, Mass, Dec. 25, 1834]; (3) Sept. 17, 1835, Dorcas G., dau. of Caleb and Patty (Murdock) Heath of Fitzwilliam. He settled in Stratton, Vt., in early manhood, but removed to Rindge in 1813, where he lived about twenty years, then removing to Concord, Mass., and thence to Westfield, Mass., where he died.


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13. JAMES M. J.6 [JEFTS] . . . ; m. . . . Betsey . . . Foster . . . . Children:

17. i. MELVIN WILLARD, b. July 18, 1855; m. June 5, 1879, Ella Urania, daughter of John P. and Urania (Stearns) Whitney of Ashby [b. Oct. 29, 1857]. One adopted daughter.
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60. FREDERIC WILLIAM [JONES, son of Frederick and Caroline Frances (Gibson) Jones], b. Jan. 9, 1848; m.(1) May 31, 1881, Harriet A. Perry; (2) July 30, 1902, Mabel Maud, dau. of Col. George A. and Susan (Converse) Whitney, of Wadena, Minn. [g. June 14, 1873, Rindge, N.H.]. She was a graduate of Wadena high school, attended two years' course at University of Minnesota, obtaining a teacher's certificate, and was instructor. He was graduated from New Ipswich Appleton Acadmeny, 1865; from Dartmouth College, 1869; attended Harvard medical School one year; was interne in Boston Lunatic Hospital and House of Correction; was a teacher in New Ipswich Appleton Academy six years; received degree of M.D. from Medical University of New York city, 1881. He has served a number of years on the school board of New Ipswich. He secured a license as pharmacist from the State Board of Pharmacy of New Hampshire in 1882; has been a newspaper correspondent for years and member of Boston Associated Press. He served one term as representative in the Legislature of New Hampshire, session of 1903. He is a member of the N.H. Medical Society, County Medical Society, and American Medical Association; also first vice-president of Mason Village Savings Bank.


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FREDERICK L. [MANSFIELD, son of Franklin Leonard and Louisa Roxa (Foskett) Mansfield], b. Feb. 22, 1887; m. Jan. 5, 1910, Ruth Edna, dau. of Aaron F. Whitney of Ashby, Mass.


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PIERCE

1. STEPHEN1 PIERCE, b. in New Ipswich about 1738 (?); d. 1819, ae. 81; m. Jan. 1, 1765, Lydia Whitney of Mason [b. 1743; d. 1806]. Children:

2. i. LYDIA, b. Jan. 24, 1768.
3. ii. STEPHEN, b. Jan. 4, 1770.
4. iii. OLIVE, b. Sept. 11, 1771; d. Sept. 29, 1775.
5. iv. DAVID, b. Oct. 22, 1773.
6. v. OLIVE, b. Oct. 15, 1775.
7. vi. LUCY, b. Sept. 26, 1777.
8. vii. ABIJAH, b. Aug. 27, 1779.
9. viii. REBECCA, b. July 12, 1782.
10. ix. NATHAN, b. 5 Sep 1784.
11. x. JOSEPH, b. Apr. 24, 1878. . . . d. Apr. 22, 1872; m. 1811, Eleanor Gordon, . . . .

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MARY W. [PILLSBURY, daughter of Benjamin C. and Tamar (Marble) Pillsbury], b. Oct 4, 1834, m. May 18, 1854, J. Cushing Whitney, who succeeded to the occupancy of her father's farm.


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JOHN2 [SHATTUCK] (William1), b. Feb. 11, 1647; was drowned at Charlestown Ferry, Sept. 14, 1675; m. June 20, 1664, Ruth, dau. of John and Elinor Whitney of Watertown [m. (2) Mar. 2, 1677, Enoch Lawrence, and removed to Groton]. John was a carpenter at Watertown.

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John3 (John2, William1), b. June 4, 1666; was killed by the Indians at Groton at the same time with his son John, May 8, 1709; m. Mary, dau. of James and Elizabeth (Longley) Blood [b. Sept. 1, 1672; d. Mar. 4, 1756]. He was a farmer at Groton on the homestead of his father-in-law, whom the Indians had killed seventeen years earlier.

Samuel3 (John2, William1), b. Watertown, 1673; d. Groton, July 22, 1758; m. Elizabeth, dau. of James and Elizabeth (Longley) Blood [b. Apr. 27, 1675; d. Oct. 20, 1759]. He lived at Groton.

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Jonathan4 (John3, John2, William1), b. June 29, 1693; d. Pepperell, Sept. 18, 1771; m. June 25, 1719, Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas and Abigail (Nutting) Chamberlain [b. May 26, 1700]. At the age of sixteen the death of his father and older brother left him with his mother and six younger sisters upon the paternal farm in Groton, to which the court gave him a clear title ten years later. He removed to Pepperell in 1725.

Jeremiah4 (Samuel3, John2, William1), b. Groton, June 11, 1703; d. Aug. 2, 1798; m.(1) July 2, 1723, Sarah, dau. of Nathaniel and Lvdia Parker [b. Apr. 12, 1705; d. June 8, 1789]; (2) Feb. 28, 1792, Mrs. Ruth Bixby. He was a blacksmith in -----, where he was one of the selectmen, and also held office of captain.

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John5 (Jonathan4, John3, John2, William1), b. Groton, Mar. 12, 1724; d. Pepperell, Dec. 31, 1807; m. Aug. 18, 1750, his second cousin, Elizabeth Shattuck, dau. of Jeremiah4 [b. May 17, 1728; d. Apr. 9, 1805]. He was a farmer and leading citizen of Pepperell, being one of the selectmen and a member of the Committee of Correspondence, Inspection, and Safety in 1774. His dau. Elizabeth m. Simeon Blanchard (2).

David5 (Jeremiah4, Samuel3, John2, William1), b. Pepperell, Feb. 19, 1735; d. Jan. 2, 1820; m.(1) May 20, 1756, Sarah, dau. of John and Elizabeth (Nutting) Burt [b. June 26, 1731; d. Dec. 19, 1793]; (2) Nov. 21, 1804, Lucy Sawtell of Groton. He was a farmer in his native town. His dau. Sarah, b. Nov. 22, 1762, m. Daniel Butterfield, a farmer of Pepperell, and her dau. Betsey, b. Aug. 8, 1806, m. William Hassall (1) of New Ipswich.


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CYRUS [SMITH, son of Abijah and Abigail (Wheelock) Smith], b. Nov. 20, 1768; d. June 7, 1828; m. Nov. 13, 1794, Sibbel Whitney.


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DAVID7 [SMITH, son of Benjamin and Mary (Lee) Smith], b. Sept. 29, 1776; m.(1) ----- Foster; (2) May 7, 1807, Rachel, dau. of Ephraim and Sarah (Burgess) Whitney [b. Apr. 10, 1783]. He lived in Ashby.


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SALLY [SPAULDING, daughter of Andrew and Sarah (Jewett) Spaulding], b. Jan. 12, 1788; d. Sept. 22, 1868; m. June 22, 1820, Josiah Whitney. Res. Wolcott, Vt.


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GEORGE PUTNAM [SPAULDING, son of Daniel and Abigail (Brown) Spaulding], b. Sept. 24, 1828; d. Feb. 8, 1867; m. Jan. 29, 1852, Sarah Whitney. Four children.


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WHITNEY

JOHN1 WHITNEY, b. 1589; d. June 1, 1673; m.(1) Elinor ----- [d. May 11, 1659]; (2) Sept. 29, 1659, Judith Clement. He came from England with his wife and five sons in 1635, and settled permanently at Watertown, Mass., where he was a prominent citizen, holding the office of selectman for eighteen years. he was also town clerk and constable, which latter office was far more responsible than it is at the present time.

JOHN2 (John1), b. 1620; d. Oct. 12, 1692; m. 1642, Ruth, dau. of Robert Reynolds of Watertown. He resided in Watertown until his death, holding, like his father, the office of selectman.

RICHARD2 (John1), b. 1626; m. Mar. 19, 1650/1, Martha Coldham. He lived in Watertown until more than fifty years of age and then removed to Stow, Mass., of which he was one of the Proprietors.

NATHANIEL3 (John2, John1), b. Feb. 1, 1646; d. Jan. 7, 1732; m.(1) Mar. 12, 1673, Sarah Hagar [b. Sept. 3, 1651; d. July 20, 1722]; (2) Sarah ----- [d. May 7, 1746]. He was a farmer in Weston, Mass.

BENJAMIN3 (John2, John1), b. June 28, 1660; d. 1736; m.(1) Mar. 30, 1687, Abigail, dau. of William and Mary (Bemis) Hagar; (2) Elizabeth -----.

RICHARD3 (Richard2, John1), b. Jan. 13, 1660; d. Dec. 15, 1723; m. Elizabeth Sawtell, dau. of Jonathan Sawtell of Groton, Mass. [b. Feb. 3, 1668; d. Nov. 24, 1723]. Res. in Stow, Mass.

WILLIAM4 (Nathaniel3, John2, John1), b. May 6, 1683; d. Jan. 24, 1720; m. May 16, 1706, Martha Pierce [b. Dec. 24, 1681]. Res. in Weston, Mass.

JOHN4 (Benjamin3, John2, John1), b. June 15, 1694; d. 1776; m.(2) Susan -----; (2) Oct. 6, 1737, Bethia Cutter [b. July 9, 1714]; (3) Nov. 28, 1754, Beriah, dau. of John Bemis and widow of Daniel Child and of Joseph Pierce [b. June 23, 1681; d. 1768]. Res. in Watertown.

RICHARD4 (Richard3, Richard2, John1), b. 1694; d Apr. 27, 1775; m.(1) Hannah, dau. of Josiah Whitcomb of Lancaster, Mass. [b. 1693; d. Nov. 17, 1743]; (2) int. Oct. 26, 1755, Mrs. Hannah Ayer [b. 1704; d. Sept. 27, 1775]. Res. in Stow, Mass.

WILLIAM5 (William4, Nathaniel3, John2, John1), b. July 11, 1706/7; m.(1) Sept. 10, 1735, Hannah, dau. of George and Hepzibah (Fiske) Harrington of Watertown, Mass. [b. July 31, 1716; d. Apr. 30, 1740]; (2) Mar. 30, 1742, May, dau. of John and Hannah (Barstow) Chadwick, and widow of Jacob Pierce [b. Oct. 17, 1713; d. Feb. 23, 1756]; (3) Aug. 12, 1756, Margaret, dau. of Amos and Hannah (Oldham) Gates of Framingham, Mass., and widow of Thomas Spring of Weston, Mass.; (4) int. Jan. 14, 1763, Mrs. Sarah Davis of Brookline, Mass. Res. in Weston, Mass.

EZEKIEL5 (John4, Benjamin3, John2, John1), bapt. Apr. 12, 1742; d. 1803; m.(2) Dec. 6, 1763, Catherine Draper of Roxbury, Mass.; (2) May 19, 1769, Catherine Anson. He was a cordwainer in Watertown, Mass.

JOSIAH5 (Richard4, Richard3, Richard2, John1), b. Oct. 12, 1731; d. Jan. 4, 1806; m.(1) int. Sept. 9, 1751, Sarah Farr [b. Jan. 19, 1735; d. Apr. 21, 1773]; (2) Feb. 3, 1774, Sarah Dwelly of Bridgewater, Mass. Soon after his first marriage he removed from his native town to Harvard, Mass., where he soon became a leading citizen. He was especially devoted to military affairs, serving in both the French and Indian War


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and the Revolution, and rising to the rank of brigadier-general. He was a selectman, representative, and a member of the convention for ratification of the Federal Constitution. He had twenty-five children, of whom, however, thirteen died while young.

PHINEAS6 (William5, William4, Nathaniel3, John2, John1), b. Apr. 23, 1740; d. Dec. 13, 1819; m.(1) Apr 28, 1762, dau. of Lieut. Moses4 (Simon3, Henry2, Simon1) Willard [b. 1742; d. May 20, 1769]; (3) Mrs. Jane Garfield of Fitchburg, Mass. [d. Mar. 4, 1824]. He entered the ministry in 1762, and was settled as the first pastor in Shirly, Mass., which position he held until his death.

LEMUEL6 (Josiah5, Richard4, Richard3, Richard2, John1), b. Sept. 19, 1784; d. July 9, 1853; m. 1804, dau. of Henry and Betsey Hall [b. Feb. 6, 1788; d. Apr. 30, 1852]. He was a farmer in Ashburnham, Mass., and was a captain in the militia.

1. CHARLES7 (Phineas6, William5, William4, Nathaniel3, John2, John1), b. Jan. 2, 1794; d. Oct. 6, 1832; m. Sept. 12, 1815, Dolly Davenport of West Boylston, Mass. He resided in Shirley, Mass., until about 1824, when he removed to Peterboro. Probably he never was a resident of New Ipswich, but his widow came to town a few years after his death, and his children were intimately connected with its local activities. Children

5. i. CHARLES W., b. Aug. 25, 1817; d. Dec. 13, 1820.
6. ii. ELIZABETH D., b. Oct. 25, 1819; d. Dec. 18, 1820.
7. iii. CHARLES ADDINGTON, b. Oct. 10, 1821; d. May 23, 1878; m.(1) May 11, 1852, Mary Frances Parker of Winchendon, Mass. [b. about 1828; d. Jan. 11, 1857]; (2) May 11, 1871, Mrs. Emeline V. Holman. While a young man, he entered mercantile life in the store of Henry Isaacs, and continued his connection with that enterprise throughout his life, succeeding to its entire ownership after the death of Edward M. Isaacs. He was town clerk during the last quarter-century of his life, and was also selectman for a time. He was postmaster for a considerable period, and in other ways was a citizen whose discreet and kindly influence could hardly receive due appreciation until his death, but is witnessed by the inscription upon the stone marking his grave, "He loved his fellow men."
8. iv. HENRY AUGUSTUS, b. Oct. 6, 1823; d. Feb. 18, 1890; m. Oct. 24, 1860, Lucretia Fall of Charlestown, Mass. [b. Nov. 8, 1839]. He lived a successful business life in Boston.
9. v. SARAH ELIZABETH, b. Nov. 1, 1825; m. Apr. 13, 1852, David Cotting of Southboro, Mass. After his death she lived for several years with her brother, Charles A. Child: i. Hattie F. Cotting, b. May 9, 1853; d. Jan. 12, 1891.

2. CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS7 (-----6, Ezekiel5, John4, Benjamin3, John2, John1), b. Sept. 13, 1795; d. Apr. 24, 1873; m. int.


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Sept. 15, 1820, Betsey Putnam [b. Aug. 29, 1801; d. July 31, 1861]. No complete record of the children of Ezekiel5 has been found, but according to tradition Christopher C. was his grandson and was cared for in childhood by an uncle, Leonard, whose name does not appear on the records. He came from Watertown, Mass., to New Ipswich soon after his marriage, and was engaged throughout his life as a machinist and overseer in the cotton factories of the town. He served in the War of 1812. Children:

10. i. CHRISTOPHER, b. Oct. 26, 1822; d. Feb 15, 1823.
11. ii. ALBERT A., b. Apr. 11, 1824; d. Jan. 7, 1895; m. Oct. 21, 1846, Lucena Davis. He was a machinist in Battle Creek, Mich.
12. iii. MARY A., b. May 3, 1826; m. Oct. 21, 1846, Frederic O. Flagg of Mason [b. June 15, 1821; d. Aug. 6, 1871]. He was a traveling salesman.
13. iv. HARRIET C., b. Feb. 3, 1828; m. Oct. 5, 1847, Calvin E. Searle [b. 1825; d. 1903]. Res. in New Ipswich, near the High Bridge.
14. v. HENRY ISAACS, b. Feb. 17, 1830; d. May 5, 1910; m.(1) Mary Ann Stanley of Dublin [d. 1888]; (2) 1890, Sarah Jane (Messer) Gould of Washington. While yet a young man he removed to Mason Village, now Greenville, and there made his permanent abode except during two years during which he was associated with his brother Albert in Battle Creek, Mich. He was for many years a machinist and foreman of the machine shop connected with the cotton factories. He was a merchant from 1880 to 1895. He held the office of deputy sheriff for about forty years. He also served his town as selectman, treasurer, and representative.
15. vi. HELEN T., b. June 28, 1832; d. July 17, 1891; m.(1) Cordella Griswold, an overseer in the cotton factory; (2) Frederic Flagg.
16. vii. ELIZABETH, b. July 20, 1834; d. Sept. 30, 1835.
17. viii. CATHERINE A., b. May 21, 1836; m. Lysander J. Cowdrey.
18. ix. ADELINE E., b. Dec. 13, 1838; m. George H. Evans of Hinsdale.
19. x. EMILY L., b. Jan. 9, 1842; m. Frank J. Boynton of Greenville.

3. HENRY HALL7 (Lemuel6, Josiah5, Richard4, Richard3, Richard2, John1), b. June 11, 1805; d. Dec. 26, 1888; m. Sept. 26, 1830, Caroline F. Bailey. He resided in New Ipswich near the High Bridge 1848 to 1854, afterward in East Jaffrey. Children:

20. i. ELNORA CAROLINE, b. Nov. 17, 1831; d. May 2, 1851.
21. ii. PERMELIA, b. June 20, 1833; d. Feb. 18, 1884; m.(1) May 5, 1853, Samuel Wheeler (122) [d. June 7, 1882]; (2) Jan. 1, 1883, Hiram Williams.
22. iii. AMANDA, b. Aug. 27, 1836; m. May 21, 1854, Alaric A. Boyce. Four children.

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23. iv. JOHN HENRY, b. Nov. 21, 1838.+
24. v. SOPHIA, b. Nov. 29, 1842; m. Aug. 12, 1868, George W. Bascom [b. Oct. 1, 1843; d. Oct. 8, 1884]. Res. in Clinton, Mass., where he was superintendent of the Bigelow carpet works. Child: i. Frank Preston Bascom, b. Apr. 28, 1876.
25. vi. LUCEBA, b. Nov. 27, 1845; d. Sept. 8, 1848.

4. OTIS7 (Lemuel6, Josiah5, Richard4, Richard3, Richard2, John1), b. Nov. 14, 1809; d. 1884; m. May 3, 1840, Hannah Parker [b. 1819; d. Oct. 7, 1882]. Res. in Ashburnham, Mass., until about 1870, when he came to New Ipswich and purchased the Heald farm, (186, N. L. O.,) at the corner formed by the Ashby and Mason roads, eastward from Whittemore Hill, which was the home of his remaining years. Children:

26. i. JULIA A., b. Feb. 17, 1841; m.(1) Nov. 23, 1862, George W. Cushing (1); (2) Oliver H. Perry [b. 1826; d. Sept. 28, 1906].
27. ii. NEWTON O., b. June 8, 1844.+
28. iii. HERBERT W., b. Sept. 6, 1846.+
29. iv. CHARLES P., b. Dec. 8, 1848; m. 1871, Mary O. Thomas. Res. Fitchburg, Mass. Child: i. Lottie G., b. Feb., 1872; m. Walter K. Pulsifer [b. Feb. 8, 1873].

23. JOHN HENRY8 (Henry H.7, Lemuel6, Josiah5, Richard4, Richard3, Richard2, John1), b. Nov. 21, 1838; m. Sept. 10, 1862, Mary Jane Nutting (11). Children:

30. i. CHARLES, b. Oct. 14, 1869.
31. ii. LESLIE H., b. May 20, 1877.
32. iii. ALLEN, b. Feb. 14, 1882.

27. NEWTON O.8 (Otis7, Lemuel6, Josiah5, Richard4, Richard3, Richard2, John1), b. June 8, 1844; m. Nov 20, 1869, Jennie A. Hanshaw. Res. New Ipswich. Children:

33. i. CORA A., b. May 23, 1871; m. 1888, Everett E. Petts.
34. ii. WALDO D., b. Sept. 3, 1873; m. May I. Parsons [d. Dec., 1912].
35. iii. MYRON O., b. Mar 12, 1877; m. Lucy Francis.
36. iv. ETHEL MAY, b. Sept. 1, 1884; m. Charles Donley.

28. HERBERT W.8 (Otis7, Lemuel6, Josiah5, Richard4, Richard3, Richard2, John1), b. Sept. 6, 1846; d. Dec. 18, 1909; m.(1) Emma A. Marble [b. Mar. 16, 1852; d. Nov. 16, 1875]; (2) Nov. 1, 1878, Ella M. Atwood [b. June 25, 1849]. Children:

37. i. MELVIN B., b. Mar. 30, 1872.
38. ii. HARRY H., b. Aug. 18, 1879.
39. iii. LORNA B., b. May 17, 1883; m. -----, Oliver.
40. iv. WILBUR C., b. Apr. 10, 1885; m. Mable Woodward.
41. v. CARL R., b. Jan. 7, 1891.

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AUGUSTUS M. [SPAULDING, son of Matthias and () Spaulding], b. 8 Mar 1834; d. West Townsend, Mass., Feb. 20, 1898; m. Caroline M. Whitney of Gardner, Mass. Children:

73. i. ALICE M., b. May 16, 1862; m. Fred A. Patch. Res. West Townsend, Mass. Child: i. Edward Patch, b. July 15, 1884.

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