Notes

[NI1] Record #19; Cause of death: dysentery.

Record #19; Cause of death: dysentery.

[DI1] [Record #19; Cause of death: dysentery]

[NI5] [Fathered children by Thankful from 1814 to 1832. Also 2 children after]
[1805. Two different sets of people ?
VR Brewster, p. 9 :
Intention of marriage ... Seth Freeman Junior of Brewster and Thankful Kenney of Orleans... May 14, 1814.

Age given at death would make birth as 1778.

A Thankful Kenney in ROCHESTER, MA  VR has age of death [21 Dec 1816]
as "in 38th yr., G.R. 17.  [ Gravestone record from Cushing Cemetery,
near Mendell's Corner, Mattapoisett] ( also Barlow Cem., Mattapoisett
as note G.R. 22 for name "Thankfull" )]

[BI5] Age given at death would make birth as 1778.

[DI5] A Thankful Kenney in ROCHESTER, MA  VR has age of death [21 Dec 1816] as "in 38th yr., G.R. 17.  [ Gravestone record from Cushing Cemetery, near Mendell's Corner, Mattapoisett] ( also Barlow Cem., Mattapoisett as note G.R. 22 for name "Thankfull" ), had thought same person, but unlikely.

[NI7] In FHC/Foxboro and Brewster records as son of "George W. Hopkins and
Abbey M.
Parents listed on card as "George W. & Abbey M. Hopkins on birth; as
"George N. & Abby Hopkins" on marriage card.
Married "Malvina B. Bassett" on 9-10-1872 at age "20".
Bearer at father's funeral in 1909.

In FHC/Foxboro and Brewster records as son of "George W. Hopkins and
Abbey M.
Parents listed on card as "George W. & Abbey M. Hopkins on birth; as
"George N. & Abby Hopkins" on marriage card.
Married "Malvina B. Bassett" on 9-10-1872 at age "20".
Bearer at father's funeral in 1909.

In FHC/Foxboro and Brewster records as son of "George W. Hopkins and Abbey M.
Parents listed on card as "George W. & Abbey M. Hopkins on birth; as "George N. & Abby Hopkins" on marriage card.
Married "Malvina B. Bassett" on 9-10-1872 at age "20".
Bearer at father's funeral in 1909.

In FHC/Foxboro and Brewster records as son of "George W. Hopkins and Abbey M.
Parents listed on card as "George W. & Abbey M. Hopkins on birth; as "George N. & Abby Hopkins" on marriage card.
Married "Malvina B. Bassett" on 9-10-1872 at age "20".
Bearer at father's funeral in 1909.

[NI8] [Henry came to Plymouth, MA, on the ship "Anne," in 1629, and married Patience Hurst in April of 1631 or 1632. Patience died in 1648 and Henry married Sarah Hinckley in 1649.]
[On 1 December 1640 "Henry Cob" sold to "Manasseth Kempton" of Plymouth his house in Scituate with twelve acres of upland with the parcel of meadow lying before the house and fourscore acres of upland in the fourth lot by North River, with a parcel of marsh meadow of about twelve acres [PCR 12:65].]

[DNA markers from record at
First name(s) Surname Year born Year died
Henry          Cobb  c.1596                     1679
                                         
DYS19/394 DYS385a       DYS385b DYS388
    15           11             15       12
DYS389i DYS389ii DYS390 DYS391 DYS392 DYS393
    13       31         25           11            12        14
DYS425 DYS426 DYS437 DYS438 DYS439
              12          14         11             10
DYS441 DYS442 DYS444 DYS445 DYS446
   14           19       13         12         12
DYS447 DYS448 DYS449 DYS452 DYS454 DYS455
    24         20          34         29           11       11
DYS456 DYS458 DYS459a DYS459b
    15           16         9             10
DYS460 DYS461 DYS462 DYS463 DYS464a
    11          11         11        24           12
DYS464b DYS464c DYS464d    DYS570 DYS576
    15         15              16
DYS607 CDYa CDYb   GATA A10  DYS635
                                         16           23
GATA H4.1 GGAAT1B07 YCAIIa    YCAIIb
     21             9              19              22

Haplogroup:  R1a1  (also as R1a)]

[NI9] W.R.Cutter gives name as "Harch".

[BI9] "b. abt 1608, Rekford, Amsterdam, Holland, Netherlands"?

[BI10] [Also found as born 1/14/1634 in Scituate. [SE Mass., p. 1719]

[NI13]

Other spouse: Jonathan Sparrow,

[XI13] in Cobb's Hill Cemetery or Lothrop Hill of Barbstable.

[NI14] [Gershom killed with 8 others in early battle with Philip's Indian forces.]

[XI14] Gershom killed with 8 others in early battle with Philip's Indian forces.
Town was known as "Swanzey" (later Swansea).

[BI15] ["History of Stonington": at Barnstable  March 15, 1641; Barnstable VR (MD): "his Daughter Patience born About 15 of March 1641" but "Situate Baptized" has March 13, 1641]

[NI16] [In Dec. 1678 he was admitted as a townsman (unmarried); no death recorded or probate entered.]

[BI17] [The date was given as Feb. 6, 1682 in "Cobb Genealogy"]

[XI18] [Old North Cemetery]

[NI19] Also "Mary A." ? : Mary married at 19 on 12-14- 1871 to Geo. C. Dunham


[thus born in 1852];parents being "George C. & Abbie Hopkins"

Also "Mary A." ? : Mary married at 19 on 12-14- 1871 to Geo. C. Dunham


[thus born in 1852];parents being "George C. & Abbie Hopkins"

Also "Mary A." ? : Mary married at 19 on 12-14- 1871 to Geo. C. Dunham [thus born in 1852];parents being "George C. & Abbie Hopkins"

Also "Mary A." ? : Mary married at 19 on 12-14- 1871 to Geo. C. Dunham [thus born in 1852];parents being "George C. & Abbie Hopkins"

[NI20] Parents listed as "George and Abba Hopkins" on card at Town Hall.

Parents listed as "George and Abba Hopkins" on card at Town Hall.

Parents listed as "George and Abba Hopkins" on card at Town Hall.

Parents listed as "George and Abba Hopkins" on card at Town Hall.

[NI21] [1880 Census]

[Annette Hopkins had an "illegitimate" child named Henry C. Hopkins on Oct. 25, 1878 in Attleboro, MA with other parent listed as George N. Collier from Greenfield, a carpenter; p. 18 (1878) in Attleboro Birth book, volume "1876 to 1890". His middle name is Collier per Plainville marriage record]

[NI22] [ -- Roland Hacker Cobb (b. 1895)   of Denmark, Oxford County, Maine. Born in Westbrook, Cumberland County, Maine, May 5, 1895. Son of Charles Edward Cobb and Harriett Hamblen (Hacker) Cobb. Served in the U.S. Army during World War I; member of Maine state senate, 1949-50. Quaker. Member, Sigma Nu; Veterans of Foreign Wars; Freemasons. Presumed deceased. Burial location unknown.]

[DI22] [Date, place from "Maine, Death Index, 1960-1996" database, FamilySearch; month and year in "United States Social Security Death Index," database, FamilySearch]

[NI23] else 26 Oct. 1825 birth.

else 26 Oct. 1825 birth.

[NI28] [Married to a Cobb from the Taunton line who lived in Wrentham, Mass.]

[BI28] [Birth registered as "Susie Frances Hopkins" in Brewster Town Records and card file at Brewster Town Hall [1/93]]
[At Mass. Archives, registered as "female Hopkins" born 1872. Brewster Birth Rec. #26 for 1872 had no first name, but parents as George C. and Abby H. (m. n. Freeman), each of Brewster.]

[DI28] [Death at Sheldonville Nursing Home of virus pneumonitis; in Wrentham Annual Report, 1952, p. 94: Susan Frances Cobb]

[XI28] [Buried with husband Albert]

[NI30] [At marr., age 21, "house joiner" as occup't'n.  ALSO record as George N. & George W.; 1 of 10 children; carpenter when S.F. born]
[Card Files of Susan's siblings Town Hall, Brewster]
[Age placed at death would make birth Jan. 31, 1828.]

"Hopkins" plot, no names on gravestone, at Group 7, Plot 47, Area 380 of Mt. Hope Cem. Plot purchased in 1885 for less than $10.00, with care for additional money.

1860 MA Census:     Name           State County          Location      Page Year
          Hopkins, George C.  MA   BARNSTABLE CO.  BREWSTER  91    1860]

[BI30] Age placed at death would make birth Jan. 31, 1828.

[XI30] "Hopkins" plot, no names on gravestone, at Group 7, Plot 47, Area 380 of Mt. Hope Cem. Plot purchased in 1885 for less than $10.00, with care for additional money.

[NI31] Fathered children by Thankful from 1814 to 1832. Also 2 children after


1805. Two different sets of people ?
VR Brewster, p. 9 :
Intention of marriage ... Seth Freeman Junior of Brewster and Thankful
Kenney of Orleans... May 14, 1814.

Fathered children by Thankful from 1814 to 1832. Also 2 children after 1805. Two different sets of people ?
VR Brewster, p. 9 :
Intention of marriage ... Seth Freeman Junior of Brewster and Thankful Kenney of Orleans... May 14, 1814.

[NI32] [NOTES: Also ref. as Abba, Abbey, (Abigail M.?) and Mary A. In "Brewster, Mass., Vital Records", p. 95, as "Mary A. [Abba M. #] Freeman born Jany. 22, 1832"]
[In Death Registration (Mass. Arch. mf record] an "Abby Mary" also as "Abigail Mary" died in 1905 in Plainville  (was part of Wrentham prior to 1905;  Susan lived in Wrentham).]
[From the "Freeman Genealogy" (in Sturgis Lib., Barnstable, MA) she is listed as "MARY A., Jan. 11, 1832; m. George Hopkins of Br."
[Abba M., birth 1-22-1832 @ Brewster, of Seth and Thankful Freeman.
Confirmed parents from marr. rec at Mass. Archives. Age 17 at marriage
[AMF died at age 73y., 10m., 4d. on 11/26/1905 (which correctly puts her birth in Jan. 1832) of Broncho-pneumonia. Lived on School St., Plainville.]
[ She is buried in the Hopkins plot (Grp. 7, plot 47 at Mt. Hope Cem., No. Attleboro, MA );  with no names provided on gravestone on plot.]

[BI32] Abba M., birth 1-22-1832 @ Brewster, of Seth and Thankful Freeman. Confirmed parents from marr. rec at Mass. Archives. Age 17 at marriage

[DI32] AMF died at age 73y., 10m., 4d. on 11/26/1905 (which correctly puts her birth in Jan. 1832) of Broncho-pneumonia. Lived on School St., Plainville.

[XI32] Buried in Hopkins plot (Grp. 7, plot 47), with no names provided on gravestone on plot.

[NI33] [Name "Kenney" or "Kinney"]

[BI33] [Also found as born in Eastham per son'e pension application record]

[NI35] Joshua's wife, Rebecca, noted in his father's will of 11/15/1775,  as
a widow of his deceased son.

Joshua's wife, Rebecca, noted in his father's will of 11/15/1775,  as
a widow of his deceased son.

[DI35] Joshua's wife, Rebecca, noted in his father's will of 11/15/1775,  as a widow of his deceased son.

[NI36]



Three sons in the Revolutioary War. [CCLoLH&G]

Three sons in the Revolutioary War. [CCLoLH&G]

[NI47] [Filed pension application on 1 May 1854]

[XI50] [Old North Cemetery]

[NI52] [Second marriage to Elisha Cobb (24 Dec. 1702 - Mar. 1756) (int. February 12th 1741/2) Barnstable line]

[BI53] ["Cobb Genealogy" has date as June 9, 1707]

[DI62] [Cobb Gen. gives her date of death as "Sept. 23, 1835 in her 7?th year" which is date of Sarah (his third wife) 's death per "History"]

[NI66]

Did she marry Capt. Seth Lewis, Seot. 12, 1812 as Miss Catherine Cobb?

[DI67] [bet 1-10-1757 and 7-3-1760]

[NI69] [ The Ministerial directory: of the ministers in the Presbyterian ..., Volume 1 By Edgar Sutton Robinson
The Presbyterian Ministerial Directory (Northern), 1898. p. 213:
COBB, Sanford Hoadley, Richfield Springs, N. Y. -  Born, N. Y. City, 1838; Yale C., B. A., '58; Tea. '58-59; Prin. T. S., '62; Lic. '62, Pby. of New York; Ord. '64,  Dutch Ref. Classis of Schoharie; P. Dutch Ref. Ch., Schoharie, N. Y., '64-71; P. Dutch Ref. Ch., Saugerties, N. Y., '71-83; P. Westminster Pbn. Ch., Grand Rapids,  Mich., '85-94; Ev. '94-- ; Mod. Syn. Mich., '91; Author, "The Story of the Palatines; an Episode in Colonial History" (P. G. Putnam's Sons, N. Y.), '97]

[DI71] Carol Cobb Pierson (Cobb Family Genealogy Forum, 5/06/01):
My grandfather was Farrar Crane Cobb b. Saugerties, NY 1867 - he was a surgeon in Boston. He died in 1944.

[BI72] [Dorchester, Mass. (isaac Cobb) but Boston, MA from ref. "Who Was Who"]

[XI72] Kensico Cemetery

[NI76]

She probably died bef 1919 since he remarried then.

[additional source: email from  "Carol Pierson" ]

[BI79] [recorded in Norton, in Athol per "Babbitt"]

[BI82] [Middleboro Deaths: birth in Carver, Dec. 22, 1771]

[DI83] ["Cobb Genealogy" has date as 15 Aug.]

[DI88] [Ken Hedgpeth: My Brown lineage from Hampden Co., Mass.; March 19, 2000 at 17:54:07,  Brown Family Genealogy Forum: CAROLINE COBB October 22, 1829 in Palmer, Hampden Co., MA, daughter of LEMUEL COBB and POLLY CLAFLIN. She was born January 03, 1810 in Carver, MA, and died April 19, 1890 in Palmer, Hampden Co., MA.
[Wrong surname of mother, wrong date and wrong Caroline Cobb]]
[Correction from Martin Field's email, 16 July 2009]

[XI88] [Mount Pleasant Cemetery: birth record as 1810 on gravestone record]

[BI90] Plympton, MA also shows record of baptism on 17 Nov. 1814 (Church Record)

[NI91] She was from the Barnstable line of the Cobb families and married a Babbit who was a descendant of the Taunton line of the Cobb families.]

[NI92]

[! Barnstable line of Cobb families !]

[NI93] [He married a Hannah Cobb of the Taunton line in 1784 (see Taunton Cobb lines).] [From "History of Barnard": "Nine ch. b. in Roy. except the eldest. Three of them m. into Bd. families." but none named in the book except one for a marriage given in latter part of book.]

[DI93] [only "Barnard" book gives date as well as place as Royalton (where he had settled after his marriage)]

[NI99] [birth record name, marriage record name]

[BI109] ["Cobb Genealogy": July 8, 1672]

[NI110] [The Children of John Cobb and martha Cobb his Wife:
1 John  Borne the 24th of august 1662
2 patience  borne the 10th of august 1668
3 Ebenezor  borne the 9th day august 1671
4 Elisha  Borne the 3th of aprill 1679
5 James  Borne the 20th of July 1682;

NOTE: This John Cobbe can be found elsewhere, in error, as being married a second time to Jane (Godfrey) Woodward in confusion with the John Cobb of Taunton, Mass. (b. in Swanage, Dorset, England) as second spouse for both. This John Cobb of Plymouth did not have a family in Taunton, Mass. Jane (Godfrey) Woodward had a daughter Elizabeth and son Israel Woodward by her first marriage in Taunton. John Cobb of Taunton, Mass. had children by Jane (Godfrey) Woodward Cobb, who are not related to the Barnstable families.]

[DI110] [or 14 Feb. 1714 or 21 Feb 1714/15]

[XI111] ["Old Cemetery"; in Lothrop Hill Cemetery]

[BI112] ["Cobb Genealogy": Nov. 24]

[BI117] [His date of birth was given as 8-4-1675 in Vol. 2 of "A Crocker Genealogy" (p. 14) and in Vol. 1, "Cobb Genealogy" (p. 123)]

[NI120] [Caleb Williamson's family was the subject of a 66 pg. book (with index) in 1896 for James J. Goodwin (compiled by Frank F. Starr). Mass. Historical Society holding (printed)]
[CS71.W729 1896        Starr, Frank Farnsworth.
    The Williamson and Cobb families in the lines of Caleb and Mary (Cobb) Williamson of Barnstable, Mass., and Hartford, Conn., 1896 [microform] /  compiled by Frank Farnsworth Starr for James J. Goodwin. -- Hartford, Conn. : [Cambridge, University Press : J. Wilson & Son], 1896. 66 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.     Call number of original: CS71.W729 1896.
    Master microform held by: DLC.   Microfilm.  Washington, D.C. : Library of Congress
  Photoduplication Service, 1971. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.  I. Title.
  Microfilm 30779 (C)       DLC       84-209853 ]

[BI121] [13 Mar 1682, Barnstable Church Records; also as March 13, 1683 - 13 March 1682/83?]

[DI121] ["Cobb Genealogy" has date as Apr. 3, 1737 (not 1747), aged 66 years; so 1747 date should be correct by age, as given in "History" by gravestone record]

[XI121] ["Old Cemetery" - in Lothrop Hill Cemetery; stone broken]

[BI128] ["Mayflower Descendant" 1:141]

[BI129] ["Mayflower Descendant" 1:141]
[PCGI ped. cht. #186 has her birth as 10 Aug. 1688 parents unknown, d. 2 May 1759]

[NI130] "m2. Mary Thomas"

[BI130] ["Mayflower Descendant" 1:141]

[NI131] [He performed many marriages as well as preaching]

Parents from Middleboro/ Plympton area and siblings listed in Carver V.R.; a Barnstable family line, not Taunton. [see  Cobb, p. 132-133].
He died with $5000.00 worth of real estate in Pawtucket (RI) which he gave to his grandsons  Zenas and Charles, who also got his other property after death of his wife then, Abiah.

[BI131] [Death record in taunton has his birthplace as Plympton]

[DI131] [Taunton Town Records - Deaths 1844 - 1872: P. 69, #175: Alvin Cobb, Ap 2d 1861]

[XI131] Westville Cemetery: "REV. / ALVAN COBB / Died / April 2, 1861 / Aged / 74 years //  I have finished the work / Which thou gavest me to do."

[NI132] [Land title: ..."Elijah Ingraham, formerly of said Pawtucket, deceased, in his last will and testament, to his daughter Polly Cobb of said Taunton, and by said Polly by her last will and testament, to her husband, Alvan Cobb, of said Taunton, ..."
Also marriage record of Attleboro has Polly Ingraham]

bowel complaint, a. 54, w. Rev. Alvan.

[BI132] [Birth recorded in Attleboro, other record has Seekonk]

[XI132] [Westville Cemetery: "Mrs. Mary  / wife of / Rev. Alvan Cobb / died Sept. 13, 1846 / Aged 54 years. //  Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of his saints."]

[BI133] A. E. Cobb was the only son (only child?) of this marriage.

[DI133] His father was named as Adm. of his estate in 1855.

[XI133] Westville Cemetery: "ALVAN E. / Son of / Rev. Alvan & Mary / COBB, / Died Dec. 4, 1854 / Aged 30 years. "

[NI134] D.A.R. record

[BI134] also in D.A.R. record.

[DI134] also in D.A.R.

[BI135] [D.A.R. record form has birth in Attleboro, MA]

[DI135] [1891 from gravestone record; complete date from D.A.R. record.]

[XI135] [Lot 817-1/2 of Woodlawn Cemetery, Attleboro, MA]

[DI136] probate records of 1875; monument in cemetery has death as March 15, 1875

[XI136] Westville Cemetery: " Abiah F. H. / Wife of / Rev. Alvan Cobb,  / Died March 15, 1875 / Aged 76 years."

[NI137] ["Olava S." on gravestone.]

[DI137] [Aged 31 - 5 - 19; from "chronic bronchitis"]

[XI137] plot at Woodlawn Cemetery, Attleboro, MA

[XI138] [Lot 817-1/2 of Woodlawn Cemetery, Attleboro, MA; family plot]

[NI140] ["Cobb Genealogy" does not list her birth]

[DI140] Recorded as Jan. 24, 1845 in Bible.

[BI142] [place given in Cobb Genealogy, V. 1 is Stow, Middlesex Co., MA]

[DI143] ["Cobb Genealogy" has date as Apr. 10, 1820 (may be typo)]

[DI144] [Date of 28 June 1817 in DAR Patriot Index (1966), p. 140.]

[NI146] Mary E. Day of VT (born in 1814) married a "George W, Cobb of Chicago, Ill." on May 16, 1831 [same person? (The Richmond Family, p. 256)]. However...
A Mrs. George W. Cobb was in Plymouth, NH in 1890 (brother-in-law Franklin B. Cobb also there).

[BI146] ["Cobb Genealogy" has date as "Jan. 24, 1812"]

[DI147] ["Cobb Genealogy" has date as 1845]

[NI148] [Josiah?, recorded as Hosea]

[DI149] ["Cobb Genealogy" has date as "Sept. 25, 1825"]

[XI149] [Date of death: Sept. 17, 1825 (p. Binney & Azuba), Block 6, Row 1, Sect. B; Union Cemetery.]

[NI150] [Did she marry Louis Taft, and had dau. Mary A. Taft b. abt 1833?]

[NI153] May be the Franklin B. Cobb who was in Plymouth, NH in 1890 as a farmer.
Ref. to William T. Davis' book that Franklin B. Cobb married in Plymouth, MA,  Judith Eaton bef. 12/12/1832.

[DI154] [Cobb Genealogy has date as Sept. 10, 1756][Susan Roser has death and burial in Barnstable]

[XI154] ["Old Cem. at Green, Middleboro"]

[BI155] 1 Feb. (Binney) or 4 Feb. (Cobb)

[XI155] ["Old Cem. at Green, Middleboro"]

[DI156] [Barnstable Church (East Parish) record]

[DI158] [Barnstable Church (East Parish) record]

[BI159] (Same date per FGS of Adele Needham of Dallas, TX in 1984, citing Amos Otis, 1888 book]

[DI159] (Same date per FGS of Adele Needham of Dallas, TX in 1984, citing Amos Otis, 1888 book; "Cobb Genealogy" has date as Jan. 14, 1748]

[XI159] "stones in the Old North Cemetery, Truro."

[NI160] James and Hannah (Rich) Cobb:  "from the church records, they lived in Truro from 1724 to 1740, then in Barnstable till 1743, after that in Truro again." However their children's births were recorded in Barnstable.

[BI160] (Date per FGS of Adele Needham of Dallas, TX in 1984, citing Amos Otis, 1888 book]

[DI160] [ I. Cobb's "Genealogy" has date as Dec. 12, 1753]

[XI160] ["stones in the Old North Cemetery, Truro.", aka Old North Burying Ground. Other Rich buried there (Samuel; Anna ,w. of Richard)]

[DI164] [He "d. there bet. 25 Feb. 1764 and 12 March 1766."]

[DI165] [Plymouth Church Records: Volume II, p. 404: Deaths in Plymouth, 1774 - 1775: 1775 & 1776]

[XI167] [Burial Hill]

[XI170] [Prosper Cemetery]

[DI171] [1823 death per Isaac Cobb (1:30) at about 80 years]

[XI171] Laken Cemetery, Sect. "P";  d:Mar. 28, 1806, a: 66 y.; (w: both Deborah & Hannah)

[XI172] Laken Cemetery, Row 11, Sect. "P";  d: Apr. 3, 1795, a: 48 y.; (h: Timothy Cobb)

[NI173] Perhaps the Mabel E. (Cobb) Cates, aged 54, of Mansfield  who married on 12 Oct. 1937, Arthur L. Park, aged 59,  of Foxboro, recorded in Foxboro.

[BI173] [Births Registered in Attleboro in 1878, #121  (MF # 61)]

[XI176] Laken Cemetery; Row 3, Sect. "J"; d: Jun. 3 1800, a: 94 y. (w: Joanna)

[XI177] Laken Cemetery; Row 3, Sect. "J"; d: Feb. 24, 1794, a: 79 y. (h: Nathan Cobb)

[BI178] [Thomas Families: 10 Sept. 1673]

[DI178] [Thomas Families: 2 Mar. 1726/6]

[BI181] "Tenterden, Kent, England"?

[XI182] [Parish Burial Grounds at the Green]

[XI184] Old Cemetery at the Green, Middleboro, Plymouth Co., MA

[BI186] also MD 2:44: Bible record

[DI186] MD 2:44: Bible record

[BI189] also MD 2:44: Bible record

[DI189] MD 2:44: Bible record

[BI191] or 10 May 1692

[XI191] The Green Cem.

[DI192] He died before 1771 whereas on 12/24/1770 his widow applied for Admr. of his estate.

[XI196] The Green Cem.

[XI197] [Parish Burial Grounds at the Green]

[NI203] [! A Jeremiah Cobb had a child b. in 1786 in Wareham (recorded in Middleboro) by "Patia Winslow"! perhaps a second wife of this Jeremiah Cobb and death incorrect? (not likely a son)]

[DI204] ["at the house of Harper Sears, where she was then living" (History of Woodstock, Vermont)]

[NI205] [(His) "father was a sea-captain and died young, leaving a wife with three children, namely, Ichabod, Joseph, and Lucy"]

[BI207] [Middleboro record has "Elizabeth Cobb Daughter of Gershom Cobb Jr by Elizabeth his wife was born June the 19th 1756"]
[Cobb: b. 20 June 1755, d. Feb. 28, 1756 - likely 1756/57 since born in 1756]

[DI208] [5 April or 15 April]

[XI208] The Green Cem.

[XI209] [Parish Burial Grounds at the Green]

[NI210] She was named in "the will of Priscilla Cushman of Middleboro, widow, dated 18 March 1769".

[NI211] [She married John Cobb of the Barnstable line]

[XI211] [Parish Burial Grounds at the Green (as Jane Cobb)]

[XI214] [Parish Burial Grounds at the Green]

[NI217] He "lived in Middleborough the most of his lifetme, and then sometime in Carver, and then sometime in Plympton, s. John of Middleborough,"

[BI218] [Gideon was named in his father's will of 1750 but date of birth not known; however he married in 1761 so birth estimated.]

[DI218] His widow was apptd. Admr. of Estate, 3 Aug. 1778.

[BI219] His birth was "July 28, 1741" and killed in battle at  Lake George in 1755.

[BI220] printed (in "Cobb") as "17 Oct 1730" and in Mayflower VR, but in  MF3 (Soule), it has 17 Oct. 1732.

[DI224] As widowof Gideon Cobb, she was apptd. Admr. of Estate, 3 Aug. 1778.

[DI225] Death also recorded as Oct.2 or Oct. 3 of 1786 in Bridgewater, MA's V. R. (as Selvanus Cobb). Burial records from Bridgewater.

[DI232] [Aug. 9, 1788? - Thatcher]

[NI236] May have married " Sarah Simmons, Jany. 4, 1776 (Early Mass. Mar. Bk. 2)"

[DI236] ["History of Woodstock", p. 59, discusses his death with age (not date) given]

[DI238] ["Died 7 ms. from King's Ferry in the service of his country." ... 21st yr.]

[NI239] ["she was 'above the age of 16' on 9 Apr. 1777 when she chose Isaac Thompson to be her guardian".]

[DI239] [Also as being in Freetown, Bristol Co.]

[XI239] [In Freetown from binder: "Taunton Cemetery Records from Manuscript Collections" but Rochester VR has Ashley Cemetery, Rochester (not same as spouse's burial)]

[In Ashley Cemetery, Rochester per Find A Grave Memorial# 72329485 with photo]

[NI240] "She was 'above the age of 14 years' on 14 Apr. 1777, when she chose Isaac Thompson to be her guardian"

[NI242] "Edmond Western was appointed her guardian" in 1777 (E. Weston?)

[DI242] "She died in Vermont, 1851, unmarried"

[XI244] [in Union Cemetery, Rochester, though spouse in different cemetery per Rochester records; Find A Grave Memorial# 41837042]

[BI246] ["Mayflower Descendant" 1:141]

[BI247] ["Mayflower Descendant" 1:141]

[BI248] "Ebenezer, yeoman, Apr. 2 [1694]"

[XI248] [Old Cemetery at Kingston]

[NI254] [There was an error in Philip Cobb's "History" regarding this John Cobb, son of Ebenezer,  and Gershom Cobb's John Cobb (both born the same year, regarding marriage to Sarah Bartlett; fixed by Susan Roser's article]

[DI254] ["inscriptions are on the gravestones in the cemetery at Plymouth"]

[DI255] See < http://www.vineyard.net/vineyard/history/franwest.htm#silas21> and
[ re: Silas West]

[DI257] [Plymouth Church Records: Volume II, p. 391: Deaths in Plymouth, 1760 - 1761]

[XI257] [Burial Hill]

[NI260] He married secondly Sarah (Lewis) Gray on 10/1/1734 in Falmouth, MA and they had children.

Plymouth Co., Ma. married on 4 Apr 1723 Plymouth Co., Ma. to SARAH COBB


b. 15 Apr 1702 Plymouth Co., Ma. and d. 28 Sep 1731 Plymouth Co., Ma.
Child:  Hannah.>

[BI261] ["Doty": 1/31/1682 (not as 1682-3)]

[BI262] See  and
: The History of Martha's Vineyard by Dr. Charles Banks: Volume III Family Genealogies: pp. 500 - 508
THE WEST FAMILY

[NI264]

[NOTE: Patience Holmes b. 27 Feb. 1723/4, of Ebenezer Jr. & Patience Holmes; names of children exclude that Patience Holmes]

[DI264] "Aged 70 years"

[XI264] [Burial Hill]

[BI265] ["Mayflower Descendant" 20:70]

[DI265] ["Mayflower Descendant" 20:70]

[BI266] ["Mayflower Descendant" 20:70]

[XI266] [Burial Hill]

[BI267] ["Mayflower Descendant" 20:70]

[XI267] [Burial Hill]

[BI268] ["Mayflower Descendant" 20:70]

[DI268] ["Mayflower Descendant" 20:70]

[BI269] ["Mayflower Descendant" 20:70]

[DI269] ["Mayflower Descendant" 20:70]

[BI270] ["Mayflower Descendant" 20:70]

[DI270] ["Mayflower Descendant" 20:70]

[BI271] ["Mayflower Descendant" 20:70]

[BI272] ["Mayflower Descendant" 20:71]

[XI273] [Burial Hill]

[NI275] [He is a probable candidate to have had his death recorded in Plymouth Church Records: Volume II, p. 414: Deaths in Plymouth, 1783 - 1785: Feb. 17, 1785]

[XI278] [Burial Hill]

[BI279] [Thomas Families: birth in Plymouth, MA]

[XI279] [Fern Hill Cemetery]

[XI280] [Fern Hill Cemetery]

[DI281] [gravestone has date of Oct. 29, 1804]

[XI281] [Burial Hill]

[XI282] [Burial Hill]

[XI283] [Burial Hill]

[XI287] [Old Cemetery at Kingston]

[XI288] [Old Cemetery at Kingston]

[NI292] [Death bef 5 May 1768?]

[NI294] [P. C. R. [Plympton V. R., p. 290]]

[BI300] [A website record has birth as 19 Jul 1732 and baptism on 10 Jul 1732, which defies time so may be reversed]

[BI301] [abt 1726, or last of Dec. 1727 or early 1728]

[DI301] [Frost: bef. 21 Dec. 1763]

[NI309] [Name: Cobb, Barnabas.
Source Info: Volume 3 page 664 ("Mass. Revolutionary War Soldiers and Sailors"):
He may have been the Barnabas Cobb. Seaman, sloop "Winthrop," commanded by Capt. George Little; entered service March 17 [year not given]; agreement signed by said Cobb and others, engaging themselves to serve for 6 months from time of sailing from Boston during the Revolutionary War - also:

Barnabas Cobb. List of men mustered in Plymouth Co. between Sept. 10 and Sept. 15, 1777, by James Hatch, Muster Master; Capt. Sparrow's co., Col. Cyes's (Keyes's) regt.; also, Private, Capt. Edward Sparrow's co., Col. Danforth Keyes's regt.; enlisted Sept. 3, 1777; service to Dec. 31, 1777, 3 mos. 28 days, at Rhode Island; roll dated Providence; also, same co. and regt.; muster roll dated North Kingston, Dec. 4, 1777; also, same co. and regt.; service from Dec. 1, 1777, to Jan. 2, 1778, 1 mo. 2 days; also, Capt. James Harlow's co., Col. Ezra Wood's regt.; enlisted June 5, 1778; service, 8 mos. 4 days, guarding the passes of North river; enlistment, 8 months; also, same co. and regt.; order for wages dated Plympton, April 20, 1779; also, Capt. Jesse Sturtevant's co., Col. John Jacobs's regt.; enlisted July 31, 1780; discharged Oct. 29, 1780; service, 2 mos. 29 days; regiment detached from militia to reinforce Continental Army at Rhode Island for 3 months. ]

[XI309] [Old Town Cemetery]

[DI313] [Nov. 15 or Nov. 16 of 1829]

[BI314] ["Maine Families" puts birth in Warren, ME on this date]

[DI316] [Philip Cobb's date: 11/15/1873; Isaac Cobb's date: 9/23/1880; aged 85y, 8m, 4d which would make 19 Jan 1795 as date of birth]

[BI317] [1795?]

[DI318] [cause of death: "lung fever"]

[BI319] "1799 at Warren" ["The Eddy Family In America", 1930]

[DI319] or 21 Sep 1888

[NI351] [Isaac Cobb, in his genealogy, has conflicting statements about Elisha Cobb's death; that descendants tell he moved to Barnstable and died a few years after his last child's birth, and secondly, that he may have moved to Falmouth (Portland) or was possibly living there in 1738/39.]

[NI352] [Conflicting info on whether she was child  of John Holmes and Patience Faunce or other parentag.
John Holmes' wife for same 1661 marriage date: as Mary Atwood who married secondly  William Bradford (no child Patience Holmes) or Patience Faunce, dau. of John Faunce.
If John Holmes had 1661 marriage to Patience Faunce, then had differenct children, including Patience Holmes who married James Coibb]

[BI358] [Aged 42y, 5m., 9d. with 6 Jan. 1766 death]

[XI358] [Old Cemetery at Kingston: wife of Garshom, died Jan. 6, 1766, aged
42 yrs., 5 mos., 9 days]

[XI362] [Old Cemetery at Kingston]

[XI364] [Old Cemetery at Kingston]

[XI365] [Old Cemetery at Kingston]

[XI366] [Old Cemetery at Kingston]

[BI370] twin to brother James

[DI373] [per Richard Cobb: Dec. 27, 1727]

[XI373] [in Cobb's Hill Cemetery (East)]

[XI375] His " headstone was seen and copied in 1874 by Edw. B. Cobb, but could not be found in 1885."

[XI376] [Parish Burial Grounds at the Green]

[BI378] ["History of Stonington": Feb. 15, 1669]

[BI379] ["History of Stonington": March 11, 1671]

[DI380] [NEHGR #165 (2011), p. 197: May 4, 1721]

[XI380] [in Cobb's Hill Cemetery (East), reads as May 4th 1721]

[XI382] [in Cobb's Hill Cemetery (East)]

[NI384] [The descendants of Henry Cobb and Jemima Morse (as presented) are based on different sources (including Internet postings ) and personal gedcom from a descendant (also using some Internet data). Birth, marriage or death records (primary or secondary) are not accessible or known. Please verify any line of interest!]
[He showed up in the Beekman Patent in Dutchess County, NY after living in Conn. and before moving south]

[NI385] < http://www.vineyard.net/vineyard/history/cemetery/wt/wtc18.htm >:
Capt. Samuel Cobb was the son of Samuel Cobb and Elizabeth Taylor of Barnstable. He came to West Tisbury about 1715 and was a farmer and carpenter. He married (1) Sarah Chase and (2) Deborah (Coffin) Gardner. All of their children died young.

[XI385] [< http://www.vineyard.net/vineyard/history/cemetery/wt/wtc18.htm >: picture and the  gravestone inscribing]
[Memento Mortis

In Memory of
Capt. Samuel Cobb
who died Decr 7th 1786
In ye 96th Year of his
Age.]

[XI389] [in Cobb's Hill East Cemetery]

[NI395] See for Death Index:


COB (see Cobb), Deborah, wid., Jan. 16, 1795, in 80th y. C.R. [wid. Capt. Samuel, a. 79 y. 6 m., G.R.I.]
Sam[u]el, Dec. 7, 1786, in 86th y. C.R. [Capt. Samuel [h. Sarah] [h. Deborah], Sept. 7, G.R.I.]

COBB (see Cob), George, s. Samuel and Sarah, Jan. 11, 1718-19, a. abt. 5 m. G.R. 1.
Hannah, d. Samuel and Sarah, Mar. 8, 1727, a. 19 d. G.R.I.
Isaac, s. Samuel and Sarah, Dec. 29, 1718, a. 1 y. 7 m. G.R.I.
Samuel, s. Samuel and Sarah, Apr. 28, 1721, a. 20 d. G.R.I.
Samuel, s. Samuel and Sarah, July 11, 1723, a. 16 d. G.R.I.
Sarah, w. Capt. Samuel, Aug. 23, 1749, in 56th y. G.R.I.

[XI395] < http://www.vineyard.net/vineyard/history/cemetery/wt/wtc19.htm  >:
Here lyes ye Body
of Mrs SARAH COBB
wife to Capt.
SAMUEL COBB
Who Died Augst 23d
A.D. 1749 in ye 56th
Year of Her Age.

[DI396] [possibly at Yarmouth, date as mentioned in brother's will]

[BI397] [seventh child born]

[DI397] [NEHGR #165 (2011), p. 283]

[BI398] [Lancaster, MA?; born abt 1680-81 per age on gravestone]

[DI398] [23 Jan. 1746?]

[XI398] [in Cobb's Hill Cemetery (East)]

[NI402] South Yard Cemetery record (Hale) has a daughter Esther, d. 20 Feb. 1771, aged 20 years so birth would be 1751, when son Moses was born. However, date of Samuel's son Solomon is in error on date.

"Dr. Cobb was one of the most prominent citizens that ever resided in Tolland. He is reported as having stood high in his profession, and as having enjoyed the entire confidence of the community. He was honored by the town and the public with several important and responsible offices. "

[BI402] [Bicknell Family book has him as having immigrated from Wales but year unknown]

[XI402] South Yard Cemetery

[XI403] [in Cobb's Hill Cemetery (East)]

[BI404] [twin? b. 4-15-1719 per Barbara D. Reilly-Peterson]

[NI406] Born a day before, he was a twin to Ebenezer Cobb.

[BI407] twin of (but born day after) Samuel

[DI411] [widow]

[NI413] [Is this William Crocker actually one born abt 1720 (and thus of different parentage) who married Hannah Baker first in 1743 (last child in 1749) and then Lydia Knowles in 1753 and third, Mary Cobb in 1764? Date of death in 1819 also found for the William Crocker who married Hannah Baker]
[Susan Roser in the Henry Cobb book also places him as the son of David & Abigail (Loring) Crocker, thus he was born in 1730 but no record of parents found for the one who married Hannah Baker in 1743, whose descendant Temperance Wright married Bartlett West Cobb. Note: William Crocker & Hannah Baker had a child named Temperance Crocker.]

[DI413] [This date is the same date of death as another William Crocker in MF]

[BI419] She was born prob. in "Eastham or Harwich".

[DI420] MF3 (Soule) has  "prob. Harwich ca. Dec. 1774".

[DI422] [Isaac Cobb provided detailed date] [74y]

[XI424] [Old Brewster Burial Ground]

[XI425] [Brewster Old Burial Ground]

[DI429] [Barnstable Cem.]

[NI434] [He married 1st: Rebecca Paine; 2nd: Reliance Cobb; 3rd: Mehitable Snow]

[XI435] [Parish Burial Grounds at the Green]

[NI436] [He lived in Middleborough, MA until 1717 when he moved to Falmouth, ME (Portland) - per FGS of Caroline S. Ruda in 1985, giving Isaac Cobb source info]

[NI438] [He moved his family with his brother Jonathan to Falmouth, ME abt 1719.]

[DI438] [August 09, 1721 (gs)]

[XI438] [Eastern Cemetery]

[XI441] [Old Cemetery (G.R.1)]

[NI444] Cobb Genforum posting of Julie Dresser (12/4/2000) has a dau. Abigail Cobb born 1720 may be one who married Samuel Adams (1710 - 1760).

[DI444] or "26 Dec. 1760" (see Cleveland)?

[BI450] ["History of Stonington": April 15, 1710]

[DI451] [no probate or births of children known]

[NI453] [Of Gideon Cobb's family "all had migrated to Pawlet [Rutland Co., VT] and Saratoga [NY]" ]
[Rev. Chas. N. Sinnett's manuscript, p. 1: "Gideon Cobb b July 7, 1716 died at Orwell, Vt., July 24, 1797"]

[DI453] Cobb Genealogy (Isaac Cobb) has the date as 24 July 1797]

[NI455] [Rev. Chas. N. Sinnett's manuscript, p. 1: "Oct. 17, 1716; died at Orwell, Vt., June 18, 1808, aged 91 years, 7 months and 23 days" ]

[DI455] [Also see ]

[BI456] [31 May 1740?, Canterbury?]

[BI458] ["Nov. 1743, Norwich" (per Cleveland); Cobb Genealogy (by Isaac Cobb) has Nov. 26, 1743; Philip Cobb had 21 Oct 1744 for his birth; and Rev. Chas. N. Sinnett has his birth  in Orwell, Vt (crossed out & replaced by Canterbury, Ct) on Nov. 25, 1743]

[NI459] "In the probate proceedings he is called ..."

[BI460] ["1750, Canterbury"]

[NI461] [Cleveland: "rem. to Vernon, Oneida co., N.Y."]

[BI462] ["A History of The Cobb Family" gives date as 8 Aug. 1753; Canterbury records have 2 Oct. 1753 as does Isaac Cobb (baptism date?)]

[DI465] [Isaac Cobb stated her death was Nov. 2, 1754 per town record]

[DI470] "in the 1790 census of Kingston".

[NI471] "removed to New Gloucester, Me."

[XI472] [Burial Hill]

[NI474] Philip Cobb's book : " Much of the information about this family is taken from "Ancestors and Descendants of Francis and Ebenezer Cobb" "

[BI474] [b. in Plympton per manuscript]

[NI475] William Gould  January 19, 2004  The Cobb Genealogy by Isaac Cobb 1825-1890 Vol I lists a Melatiah Cobb b Apr 1 1755 prob Kingston or Plympton,Mass who married Rebecca Brewster of Kingston,Mass in 1784. Their children were Mahala,Lemuel,Betsey Walker,Susan, Rebecca,Clarissa and Jerusha.According to the Cobb Genealogy he moved to New Hampshire. I believe that he first married Content Barrows of Plympton,Mass on Dec 4,1777 and went to New Hampshire but I can't prove that they are the same Maletiah Cobb who married these two wives. Can anyone help? Please note that Maletiah /Malatiah/Melatiah/Meletiah/Maltiah are all variations of the same name.Please email me at billy@adelphia.net

[NI479] Philip Cobb's book, p. 159 : " Much of the information about this family is taken from "Ancestors and Descendants of Francis and Ebenezer Cobb" " of Cornish, NH.

[BI479] ["Harlow": at Plympton, (MA)]

[DI479] [Oct. 8, 1846 (IC)]

[DI483] [Poland, ME? (undated in Thomas Rogers book)]

[DI487] [3/14/1825 (IC)]

[NI493] ["History of Cornish" has her born 1806 and Lois Huntington (Moody Hall's first wife) died in 1807 but Sophia's mother given as Mary Esterbrook who married Moody Hall as second wife in 1810 and had a child born in 1812]

[BI498] [calculated date]

[DI498] [May 9, 1820 (IC)]

[DI502] [Sept. 29, 1839 (IC)]

[NI503] [He had "four other children b. in Morristown, Vt."]

[DI503] ["Cobb Genealogy" has date with year as 1854]

[BI508] [Bowen (Gen. of Woodstock Families. p. 34-35) has Levi Cobb's parents as "Ebenezer Cobb and Mrs. Mary (Horton) Porter"]

[DI509] Cornish: "April 143, 1835"]

[DI510] [unmarried]

[DI512] [unmarried]

[BI513] ["Harlow":" 20 Feb. 1805"]

[DI515] ["Cobb Genealogy" has her date of death as Jan. 3, 1865]

[NI516] ["of Plainfield"]

[DI520] ["He lived in Shirley and Guilford, both in Me." so death likely in one of those towns]

[XI534] [Chute Cemetery, Chute Rd.]

[NI544] second wife of Zenas Cobb of Maine

[XI549] [Old Cemetery at Kingston]

[NI551] "She married a Lucas (L. H. Cobb states that she m. Barnabas Lucas.)"

[XI554] [Old Cemetery at Kingston (next to Evergreen Cemetery): Newly cut by his Grandsons. 1858; with his wife and their infant childrens' graves and his grandson Seth Cobb also buried there][aka Old Cemetery at Kingston]

[DI556] [needs to be checked as found on http://home.earthlink.net/~washburnmaltby/washburn_plymouth_16.html]

[DI557] ["Mayflower Descendant" 31:114]

[XI557] [Old Cemetery at Kingston

[BI559] [29 Apr 1758, Plymouth; May 1758, Kingston (Atwood)]

[BI562] [As 11/5/1763; Private Record 23 is also a source for some of this family in Kingston VR.]

[DI562] [not married]

[NI567] "Jonathan Rickard of Buckfield, Me."  (Cushman) or Joseph Rickard (Cobb & Davis)

["Jonathan Rickard of Buckfield, Me."  (Cushman) or Joseph Rickard (Cobb & Davis)]
[Family also known as "Record" in Bucksfield, Maine]

[BI568] ["Doty": Jan. 15, 1741-2; this might be old style less a year (NS=Jan. 26, 1741)]

[XI568] [Old Cemetery at Kingston]

[XI569] [Old Cemetery at Kingston (next to Evergreen Cemetery)]

[BI571] [As 11/26/1770 in "Plymouth Births, Marriages and Deaths" and Bible record]]

[XI572] [Old Cemetery at Kingston: stone sunk in ground]

[NI573] He may have had children born in Plympton ("Harlow Family" states "first two born in Plympton (not in VR)". He may have had sons Nathan and Ebenezer (and more?) . He moved to VT("Bridgewater and Woodstock") and then to Lewis Co., NY ("Harlow Family" &  Cobb-L postings, 1 Aug. 2001)

[DI573] [ from julieannwhalen@hotmail.com, 8/13/2001:
FTM CD#145  Military Records  Revolutionary War Pensions Lists
Pension Roll of 1835, Volume II, New York
Nathan Cobb,  Lewis County
Rank = private
annual allowance = $96
sums received to date =$454.19
description of service = Massachusetts
when placed on pension roll = June 17, 1819
commencement of  pension =May 1, 1818
age = 80
died Jan 24, 1823]

[DI574] [Apr. 24, 1801 (gs rec.)]

[XI574] Laken Cemetery; Row 3, Sect. "J"; d: Apr. 24,1801, a: 70 y.

[BI575] [Plympton, Plymouth County]

[XI575] [North Carver Cemetery]

[BI576] Recorded in Carver and Kingston, MA

[XI577] Laken Cemetery; Row 3, Sect. "J"; d: Feb. 16, 1816, a: 71 y.

[XI578] [Lakenham Cemetery; Row 2, Sect. "M"; d: Jul. 2, 1804, a: 56 y. (w: Susan & Rebecca)]

[BI579] 13 Feb. 1750 (n.S.)

[XI579] [Lakenham Cemetery; Row 2, Sect. "J"; d: Mar. 3, 1812, a:62 y. 18 dy.; Also Carver VR: "62 y. 18 d., G. R. 1."]

[BI580] ["Harlow family has birth in March 1752]

[XI580] Laken Cemetery; Row 3, Sect. "J"; d: Jan. 15, 1841, a: 88 y. 10 m. 15 dy. (w: Mehitable)

[XI581] [North Carver Cemetery]

[NI583] [Record of her family's births from Mrs. Jerusha Cobb's Bible, as noted by Isaac Cobb]

[DI583] [Year as 1794 or 1795]

[XI583] [North Bridgewater Cemetery: In memory of Mrs. Jerusha Cobb 1795]

[DI584] [Maj. Thomas Bennett's Records]

[BI586] [Sources indicate place as Carver; but record on his pension (and Town Clerk record included) indicates it was then Plympton]

[XI586] [Maple Ridge Cemetery (stone has age as 85 y, 3 m, 23 d, which places birth as 14 Aug 1764)]

[BI588] Birth recorded in Carver as well as Plympton.

[XI588] [Records of Old Cemetery at Plympton Green opposite Church: death on Apr. 21, 1803; 33rd yr.]

[NI591] ["Mr. Howard Cobb" in marriage intention and marriage record in Middleboro. Also see http://www.chesebro.net/wgh5.html#I573 where Howard is a  child of Ansel]

[NI594] He married, secondly, "Susanna (Sparrow) Miller, Dec. 7, 1824."

[NI596] [Bezaleel Merrick/Myrick married (1) Ruth Louden/Lowden on 28 Dec 1760 in Duxbury. She died in 1784. Children b. in Dartmouth, Mass. 1761 - 1772 in a Hopkins genealogy that does not include Betsey's birth whose 1777 birth (aged 35 at death) would be by Ruth Louden/Lowden, if parentage correct.]

[DI596] ["Oxford" has year as 1811, aged 35 years; "Cobb Gen." has year as 1812, also with her age]

[XI596] [Maple Ridge Cemetery]

[NI597] Aged 53 when father's widow was allowed a pension in 1853.

[NI598] [Also named Martha Dudley in her husband William Cobb's pension payment record with the marriage record from the Town Clerk]

[Oxford Co. application for bounty land based on her deceased husband's service]

[BI598] [calculated date]

[NI599] Her son Oliver's death record in Rochester names her as "Margaret Clark".

[XI599] [Old Cemetery at Kingston (next to Evergreen Cemetery): Newly cut by her grandsons 1858]

[XI601] [Old Cemetery at Kingston (next to Evergreen Cemetery) - gravestone has death date as Oct. 16, 1767, aged 1 month]

[XI602] [Old Cemetery at Kingston (next to Evergreen Cemetery) - Note: gravestone has death date as Oct. 25, 1768, aged 1 month - means birth Sept. 1768]

[XI603] "at Evergreen Cemetery"

[XI604] [Old Cemetery at Kingston (next to Evergreen Cemetery)]

[XI605] [Old Cemetery at Kingston (next to Evergreen Cemetery)]

[XI606] [Old Cemetery at Kingston (next to Evergreen Cemetery)]

[XI608] [Evergreen Cemetery, with wife (near son Charles' monument]]

[XI609] [Old Cemetery at Kingston (next to Evergreen Cemetery)]

[DI612] [Cobb Gen. has 1861 but year of 1881 on gravestone]

[XI612] [Evergreen Cemetery]

[XI614] [Evergreen Cemetery, near brother Henry and his wife]

[NI615] [census]

[BI615] [Sept. 23, 1803 (Isaac Cobb) but record & gravestone have 1802]

[XI615] [Evergreen Cemetery, near brother Henry and his wife]

[BI616] [calculated date]

[XI616] [Evergreen Cemetery]

[XI618] [Evergreen Cemetery]

[XI619] [Evergreen Cemetery, near brother Henry and his wife]

[NI620] [She was named Sally Cobb and son Seth Cobb's gravestone]

[XI620] [Center Cemetery]

[XI622] [Old Cemetery at Kingston (next to Evergreen Cemetery)]

[BI623] [His birth is also given as 9 May 1800, and his bapt. was 9 May 1802. Gravestone record has birth as 5 Dec. 1801, which is what a Family Bible record by Oliver Cobb, the father, has given.]

[DI623] ["Cobb Genealogy" has date and detail regarding his death]

[BI624] [Calculation of age would place birth as 10 Apr. if the death was 9 Oct. (but as 6 Oct. by gravestone and church record). As 1807 in Conn. (Isaac Cobb)]

[DI624] ["Cobb Genealogy" has date as Oct. 6 as does Church and gravestone record having her death as 6 Oct. 1849 (VR has Oct. 9)]

[NI625] http://www.amherst.edu/~rjyanco/genealogy/acbiorecord/index/byname/c/c obb.html

Index -- Cobb
(to the Amherst College Biographical Record, Centennial Edition (1821-1921))

student record

1736. *Cobb, William Henry.  S. of Leander and Julia Ann (Scribner), b. Rochester, Ap. 2, 1846.  D. D., A. C., 1892.  Phi Beta Kappa; Psi Upsilon.
Prepared Marion.  Taught Wilminton, Del., 1867-69; Princeton T. S., 1869-70; Andover T. S., 1870-72; ordained Chiltonville (Plymouth), S. 18, 1872; p. there, 1872-76; a. p. Medfield, 1876-78; p. Uxbridge, 1878-87; librarian Cong. Ch. Library Boston, 1887-1923; also asst. treasurer Amer. Cong. Assoc., Boston.  Ed. The Bible as Literature; author Criticism of Systems of Hebrew Metro; The Meaning of Christian Unity.  D. Newton Centre, May 1, 1923.

Married O. 30, 1872, Emily Wollaston, da. of William b. Wiggins, Hinton, W. Va.  Ch. Annie E.; Charles W. (A. C. 1897); Edward S. (A. C. 1900); William E. (d.); Mary B.

[DI625] "Home: Newton Center, Mass."

[DI629] "perhaps d. at sea with her husband." which was 5 Dec. 1872. Also noted that their third child perished on a voyage in Nov. 1872 with his parents]

[BI632] [from "West Virginia"]

[BI633] [Chiltonville section]

[BI634] [Chiltonville section]

[BI635] [As 24 Aug 1878, Medfield by WWII Draft Registration Cards (1942)]

[DI639] [at sea]

[XI639] [Evergreen Cemetery, recorded on father's gravestone]

[NI640] [Gravestone: Elmira C.   Wife of Peter Holmes."]

[XI640] [Evergreen Cemetery]

[XI641] [Evergreen Cemetery, on C. Cobb monument side with his wife]

[XI642] [Evergreen Cemetery (with a daughter's stone, almost illegible, nearby)]

[NI643] [Likely the same as Cobb, Philander of Kingston, Plymouth County, Mass. Democrat. Delegate to Democratic National Convention from Massachusetts, 1876. ]
[As of 1897 he was only survivor among his brothers and sister,]

[DI643] [Death record of Kingston; aged 85y-2m-15d (Mass Archives roll, 1903, Vol. 541, p. 103, #10)] [Annual Report, Deaths Recorded in Kingston For 1903, p. 71]

[XI643] [Evergreen Cemetery, with wife]

[BI644] [Age by gravestone puts birth as 9 Nov 1820 but Isaac Cobb had it one year later (9 Nov. 1821)]

[XI644] [Evergreen Cemetery, Aug. 21, 1870, giving age as 49 y'rs 9 mo's. 12 days; near stone marker "Mother" with name Juliette Cobb  1850 - 1899 (was she a daughter?) In a lot occupied 3 stones of a Gray family]

[DI647] [Deaths Recorded in Kingston For The Year 1908, p. 92]

[XI647] [Evergreen Cemetery]

[NI649] [Probably died before 1880 as he was married to a younger woman]

[XI650] [Evergreen Cemetery, with wives (separate gravestones near Philander Cobb/Peter Holmes monument]

[XI652] [Evergreen Cemetery]

[XI654] [Evergreen Cemetery, separate stone with her parents near]

[DI655] [Annual Report, Deaths Recorded in Kingston For The Year 1905, p. 77]

[XI655] [Evergreen Cemetery, on C. Cobb monument side with her husband]

[BI656] [or in Plymouth?]

[XI656] [Evergreen Cemetery, on C. Cobb monument side with his wife; his parents on a different side]

[NI658] ["Cobb Genealogy" does not have her birth but does have the other Almira F.'s birth as being in 1846 and subsequent marriage. Her birth in 1847 may be a duplication of records with different dates of birth (later date (1848) may not be a birth but a baptism (?)). Need gravestone record or other death record before 1848 for this daughter to verify two separate births]

[NI659] ["Elmira F." found on gravestone; name also given on daughter's death in Annual Report]

[BI659] ["Cobb Genealogy" has date as 1846]

[XI659] [Evergreen Cemetery, on side with her husband and a child; opposite side of her parents]

[XI660] [Evergreen Cemetery, on C. Cobb monument side with her husband; his parents on a different side]

[XI662] [Evergreen Cemetery, on side with his wife and a child; opposite side of her parents]

[DI675] ["March 9 [according to gravestone, 8]"]

[BI683] "in Carver, then"  Plympton

[DI685] [also gravestone record has Jan. 30]

[XI685] [Cemetery at the Green]

[BI688] [1791 given in Vol. 2 of "A Crocker Genealogy" (p. 43)]

[XI688] [Lakenham Cemetery]

[XI689] [Cemetery at The Green]

[XI692] [Lakenham Cemetery]

[BI693] [abt "1787" given in Vol. 2 of "A Crocker Genealogy" (p. 43); as Mar. 15, 1787 with father as Samuel Eddy (by Isaac Cobb)]

[DI693] [6-12-1832 given in Vol. 2 of "A Crocker Genealogy" (p. 43)]
["Cobb Genealogy" has death in Pembroke, Mass., Mar. 20, 1841]

[BI694] [calculated date]

[DI696] [22 Nov 1907, Plymouth, Mass., Age:86 years, 4 months, 15 days, Widowed]

[XI696] [Oak Grove Cemetery]

[DI697] [Middleboro Deaths (card index) 1853 - 1903, A - Y; Town Clerk]

[XI697] [Oak Grove Cemetery]

[DI700] [Date also found as 23 Aug. 1887 and 14 June 1900]

[BI701] [1 Apr 1754? (Bio Review0]

[NI705] "Second marriage to Lucy (Fuller) Shaw, a widow."

[BI705] ["in Plympton, in that part which later became Carver"]

[DI705] [In "Middleboro Gazette" index, issue of 4/2/1864, p. 2: "Carver man dies at age 82"]

[XI705] [Lakenham Cemetery]

[NI706] [died unmarried]

[NI707] [lost at sea]

[BI707] Philip Cobb had this date as  "bapt.", but VR has it as birth (gives no baptism date).

[XI708] [Lakenham Cemetery; Row 1, Sect. "J"; d: Jul. 15, 1867, a: 76 y. (Charles, Capt.; w: of Sylvia)]

[XI710] [Lakenham Cemetery; Row 4, Sect. "J"; d: Apr. 4, 1840, a: 44 y. (w: Mercy B.)]

[BI711] [Now as Carver, MA but then as part of Plympton.]

[DI711] ["died Aug. 1, 1831 (?)"  ? [Rep. SE Mass] or 8/4/1841?]

[XI711] [Lakenham Cemetery]

[BI712] "Dec. 6, 1804" [Rep. SE Mass.]

[XI713] [Lakenham Cemetery]

[XI714] [Evergreen Cemetery]

[XI715] [Lakenham Cemetery]

[BI716] [Year as 1816 on gravestone]

[DI716] [190? - last digit mostly washed out]

[XI716] [Lakenham Cemetery where stone has 1816 birth]

[XI719] [Lakenham Cemetery]

[BI721] [Her birth was 10 Dec 1799 also per Town of Carver: Index to Births, Marriges, Deaths, Vol 1.]

[XI721] [Lakenham Cemetery; Row 4, Sect. "J"; d: Dec. 31, 1841, a: 42 y. (h: Otis Cobb)]

[XI722] [Lakenham Cemetery; Row 4, Sect. "J"; d: Oct. 18, 1825, a: 1 y. 7 mo. (p: Otis & Mercy Cobb)]

[NI723] He was active in military and social clubs and churches in Brockton, MA.

[BI723] [birth date and place also found in his obit]

[DI723] [grave stone record and obit in "The Brockton Times", p. 3, March 9, 1916]

[XI723] [Brockton Union Cemetry]

[BI725] or as 1692

[DI725] [Also shown as death in Portland, Cumberland Co., ME  [cobb-l list]]

[DI728] See < http://www.geocities.com/luvacuzn2/cobbHenryC1PatienceHurst.html > also 24 April 1791 by gravestone record, Hunnewell Cem., near Westbrook, ME.

[XI728] gravestone record at Hunnewell Cem., or Old Anderson Cem., near Westbrook, ME.

[BI730] [Cutter: Mar. 24, 1716 ]

[DI733] " "Went to James Cobb's  -- found him dead" (Smith's Journal)"
" He lived in Falmouth and Westbrook, Me."

[XI733] [Forbes Cemetery]

[DI737] [Per (August 9, 2013 ) probably "from complications due to childbirth"]

[NI740] [Barnstable line having a later descendant who married into the Taunton line]

[Book "History of Gorham, Me." (by Hugh Davis McLellan) listed her as youngest daughter of Joshus, Jr. and Elizabeth (Vaughn) Cobb (p. 424).
No marriage found those "parents" and earliest Joshua Cobb post-dates her birth]

[NI743] [CATES, Joseph, of Gorham, Maine; from Greenwich, England, before 1745; m. Deborah Cobb at Cape Elizabeth, 1745; Children: James, Abigail, Benjamin, Joseph, Deborah, Elizabeth, Sarah, Andrew, Ebenezer, Lydia; d. 1810 aged 89.-McLellan's Gorham, p. 424.]

[BI743] [also found at internet site known as the Long Island Genealogy Surname Information: http://longislandgenealogy.com/young/]

[DI744] ["killed at Castine in the Bagaduce Expedition, 1779, while engaged in building a battery ..."]

[BI752] ["at Cape Codd."]

[BI753] Her age listed at death would put her birth as 1704.

[DI753] ["Maletiah, w. of Dea. Gershom, ... in her 84th y."]

[XI753] [Old Cemetery (G.R.1)]

[NI755]

[Wife's name not given but had one child recorded in Middleboro, a second "may have been born in another town, during his absence with the army." The second child is attributed as Melatiah Cobb]

[DI755] ["he was in the french War and died ...of a disease called "Camp Ail". "]

[DI756] ["He died Nov. 17 or 18, 1819 ("Hist. Hardwick"); Deaths at New Braintree, Mass. - 1819 Novem. 20th Mr. Cobe Died 84." ]
["Cobb Genealogy" has date from gravestone as Nov. 17, 1819; aged 88]

[NI759] [She may be the Lydia Cobb who married "Elkanah Stewart "at Hardwick Sept. 7, 1761. (Early Mass. Mar. 1-119) [p. 80, History (P. Cobb)] but Mayflower Families, vol. 6 (S. Hopkins) has Lydia, dau. of Elisha Cobb as prob. spouse. Philip L. Cobb has her as ( Unknown)  Cobb]
[William Monroe Newton, "History of Barnard, Vermont With Family Genealogies 1761 - 1927 In Two Volumes", Vol. II, p. 316, has a Lydia Steward, dau. of "Elkanah Steward and Lydia Cobb", who m. Asa Paige in 1789 in Barnard (Paige family)]

[BI760] DAR Patriot Index (1966), p. 140: 15 June 1741.

[DI760] [also DAR Patriot Index (1966), p. 140.]
["Cobb Genealogy" has his death occurring in Barre, Mass.]

[XI760] [Central Cemetery (G.R.2)]

[DI762] ["Cobb Genealogy" (by Isaac Cobb) has date as Dec. 27, 1819 from headstone]

[NI764]

[!!! "Cobb Genealogy" has Isaac Cobb, b. 1768 of Binney Cobb, married to Patience Waterman in 1790, had 5 ch. & died in Woodstock, VT in 1800 (p. 163); but who was the Isaac Cobb who married Betsey Bent & 9 ch. (as he is placed as same child of Binney Cobb)!!!

[!!! "Cobb Genealogy" has Isaac Cobb, b. 1768 of Binney Cobb, married to Patience Waterman in 1790, had 5 ch. & died in Woodstock, VT in 1800 (p. 163); but who was the Isaac Cobb who married Betsey Bent & 9 ch. (as he is placed as same child of Binney Cobb)!!!

[BI764] [He may have been born abt 1761 - 1763 (perhaps a twin to Abijah Cobb, 7 Aug. 1761) and baptised on 27 Sep 1767][also as 27 Feb 1768]

[DI766] She gave birth to children from 1810 to 1815.

[DI768] ["Cobb Genealogy" has date as Oct. 13]

[NI771]

["Cobb Genealogy" (by Isaac Cobb) states he had three children but wife and children not named]

[DI771] ["Cobb Genealogy" (by Isaac Cobb) has place of death but not date]

[XI771] [Oak Grove Cemetery, lot 1778; "Father", "Capt. Joseph Cobb"]

[BI772] 1761 or 1767, age at death is given as 76 in VR of Greenfield, which makes birth as 1761.

[DI772] Deerfield VR has death date as 28 June 1837 and age as 76 but Greenfield VR has bur. as 28 June in Deerfield and age as 76. Age 76 would make birth as 1761. Different Jonathan Cobb or is age wrong or is date of birth actually 1761 and not 1767 as given?

[XI772] [East Deerfield Cemetery]

[NI773] Either Perez (the son) or Perez (his father) were taxed on property in Deerfield real estate, 1789-90.
"The Richmond Family" gives only the first four children by this marriage.

[BI773] [or a 1768 birth?]

[NI776] "The Richmond Family" has this birth as "Melissa Cobb"

[NI777] Was this Nathan the one who had marr. int. in Greenfield, MA on 1 Dec. 1791 as "Nathan of Momtague" with Catharine Logain (p. 163, Greenfield) and marr. in Deerfield on 24 Jan. 1792 [Deerfield, p. 175]? Deerfield VR has her as "Cata Logan".

[DI777] ["The Richmond Family" and "Cobb Genealogy" (by Isaac Cobb) states he "drowned in Connecticut River, leaving widow and two children."]

[NI782] ["of Greenwich"]

[DI791] [gives her maiden name as Caswell]

[XI794] [Parish Burial Grounds at the Green (Cemetery at The Green)]

[XI796] [Cemetery at the Green

[BI797] [1782 on gravestone but 24 Aug 1788 is calculated date and same date as birth in "Middleboro Deaths"]

[XI797] [Cemetery at the Green

[BI798] [calculated by age of 79y 7m; as 1770 on gravestone]

[DI798] [Rev. Alfred Wood's Records]

[XI798] [Cemetery at The Green]

[NI799] [She is not listed as a child of this family (only children from 1749-1763 given) in the History of Ellis - Buckner and Allied Families  book]

[NI804] ["Newton Genealogy" places Elizabeth Cobb, b. 1782, dau. of Lemuel, as the spouse of Micah Haskell in an endnote but no further details]

[BI804] She supposedly died young.

[XI808] [Welcome O. Brown Cemetery]

[DI812] [at age 93 on date provided in "History of Hardwick, Massachusetts: With a Genealogical Register", By Lucius Robinson Paige on page 383]

[NI813] [brother of Elias White]

[BI813] [from Barre, MA]

[NI814] [a widow]

[NI818] ["A descendant of Peregrine White, born on board the ship Mayflower" - actually his brother Resolved but parents were Pilgrims]
[Family data from Larry White expanding that found in Isaac Cobb's Genealogy]

[BI824] ["Cobb Genealogy" has his birth as having been in Barre, MA]

[XI827] [Holtshire Cemetery: 1811-1872]

[NI828] [An "Ansen B. Cobb" married on 10/13/1846 at York Co., ME, Lydia T. Sinnott. [FTM CD#404]]

[DI832] Cause of death was "Consumption".

[BI833] Age at death in 1840 was "31 y."

[DI833] [Age at death in 1840 was "31 y."; cause of death was "Typhus fever" and she "d. unmar."]["Cobb Genealogy" has date as Oct. 7, 1840]

[DI834] [age given at death was 1y., 2m., 5d. (putting month of birth as March, not May)]

[DI835] [age given at death was 2y., 2m., 4d.]

[NI841] "of Pawlet"

[BI842] [He was born in Norwich, CT per Isaac Cobb  and birth in Norwich but recorded in Windham per Barbour Collection]

[BI843] [She was born in Norwich, CT per Isaac Cobb  and birth in Norwich but recorded in Windham per Barbour Collection]

[BI844] [Cobb had "(Hollister)" as the source for her birth and death dates. > PAWLET, VERMONT, FOR ONE HUNDRED YEARS - (1867) reprint, c298 pp., Author: Hiel Hollister]

[Rev. Chas. N. Sinnett has her birth (twin) in Orwell, Vt on Nov. 25, 1752 but age at death in same manuscript places birth as 26 Jul 1763]

[Found Joseph Fuller as her father but an Everest Genealogy has her parents as Jacob & Abigail (Webb) Fuller and a twin of Patty (Margaret) Fuller who married an Everest in VT.]

[DI844] [Cleveland: "Rochester, Monroe Co., NY, 1849"; full date from gravestone record]

[Rev. Chas. N. Sinnett has her death in Orwell, Vt on Nov. 17, 1849, aged 86 yrs., 3 months and 22 days]

[XI844] [Mt. Hope Cemetery]

[DI845] [Cleveland: "Moscow, Livingston co., N.Y., 1811"; Sinnett:"died at Warsaw, Lexington County, N.Y., Sept. 2, 1808, aged 24 years, 1 month and 29 days"]

[BI846] [Cleveland: "b. Pawlet, 1787"; Cobb: probably at Orwell]

[BI847] [or Pawlet, VT?]

[DI847] [Cleveland: "d. from infected poison of a patient".]

[NI848] [Cleveland: "b. Pawlet, 1791, d. Rochester, 1864, m. 1819"]

[BI848] or Pawlet, VT

[DI848] or Rochester, NY

[XI848] [Mt. Hope Cemetery, Lot 48, Section I]

[NI850] [Cleveland: "m. 1st Bascon, 2d Nichols"]

[BI850] [Pawlet, VT or Orwell, VT; also found as 2 March 1798]

[DI851] "She died at the home of her brother, Gideon, Mar. 10, 1863."

[NI853] "of Burlington, Chittenden co., Vt."

[XI854] [Mt. Hope Cemetery, in Gideon Cobb's lot]

[BI855] [March 8, 1785 (date per Rev. Sinnett); also "Her mother died when she was born, and her mother's sister brought her up."]

[NI856] "They had five children, three boys and two girls. They lived in Stafford, Brighton, Ogden, Barre, Gaines and Carleton, N. Y. One of her daughters is Mrs. nelson Smith of Albion, N. Y., who has furnished much information of John Cobb of Orwell, Vt."

[DI857] "She died at the home of her son, Norman..."

[NI860] "of Rochester", farmer, Albion. Children listed from Cleveland (source).

[BI861] "of Conn." ?

[NI869] [He was a lawyer for a time]
[Isaac Cobb's Genealogy: A letter from Carlos Cobb in Buffalo, NY, dated March 25, 1847 to E. Winslow Cobb of Brewster, Mass., gave a short bio of himself. It stated geology was his pursuit, his business (working for the Canadian government) and hobby.]

[DI869] [From "Cyber Angel" on the Cobb Genforum (7/1/2002): "September 18, 1877 Brooklyn Standard Union obit:
Carlos COBB, a prominent grain merchant of Whitehall street, New York, died Sunday at Tarrytown at the age of sixty years. Mr. COBB was born in Vermont, and after recieving (sic) a liberal education, studied law and was admitted to the bar, and practised for awhile in Rochester, N. Y. In 1847 in Buffalo he founded the commission house of Cobb & Co., from which he retired in 1862 to establish a similar one in New York. Mr. COBB was a member of the Board of Managers of the Produce Exchange three years. He was a man of commanding presence, of great integity and ability, and also of great simplicity. He first had an attack of pneumonia, followed by a malarial fever and inflammation of the bowels, which were the means of causing his death. The remains will be interred in Buffalo, where his wife was buried two years ago. He leaves a family."]

[NI870] [Rev. Chas. N. Sinnett's manuscript states "He published some data on his Line of the cobb family in the 5th Volume of American Ancestry, of which Philip L. Cobb says, "His statements are very confused and erroneous." "]

[NI872] [also found as William Ball - see Rev. Sinnett]

[NI879] [Cleveland: "of Lima, Livingston co., N.Y."]

[XI882] [Mt. Hope Cemetery]

[NI884] [Cleveland doesn't have her in this family - could have been born earlier but died as infants and not placed in family?]

[BI884] [calculated date from gravestone record]

[XI884] [Mt. Hope Cemetery]

[NI885] Seen as 1836 - ?; twin of Margaret.

[BI885] [1836 birth (twin) per article "GIDEON COBB (1791-1864) Early Rochester Pioneer, Brickmaker, and Developer of Monroe Avenue" by Warren Kling ("Epitaph" [the Friends of Mount Hope Cemetery] Volume 21, Number 1, Rochester, New York, Winter, 2001]

[NI886] Seen as 1836-1878 elsewhere. Twin of James.

[BI886] [1836 birth per article "GIDEON COBB (1791-1864) Early Rochester Pioneer, Brickmaker, and Developer of Monroe Avenue" by Warren Kling ("Epitaph" [the Friends of Mount Hope Cemetery] Volume 21, Number 1, Rochester, New York, Winter, 2001]
[b. 1836, twin with James (Sinnett)]

[BI887] [birth after 1849, after another daughter named Maria was born  then and died, per article "GIDEON COBB (1791-1864) Early Rochester Pioneer, Brickmaker, and Developer of Monroe Avenue" by Warren Kling ("Epitaph" [the Friends of Mount Hope Cemetery] Volume 21, Number 1, Rochester, New York, Winter, 2001]

[NI888] [Cleveland doesn't have her in this family - could have been born earlier but died as infants and not placed in family?]

[BI888] [1849 birth (editorial error) per article "GIDEON COBB (1791-1864)" by Warren Kling ("Epitaph" [the Friends of Mount Hope Cemetery] Volume 21, Number 1, Rochester, New York, Winter, 2001. Date seems unlikely like others in article since marriage in 1819. Date corrected by gravestone record per author]

[XI889] [Mt. Hope Cemetery]

[BI890] [Yongest child. Birth after 1850 per article "GIDEON COBB (1791-1864)" by Warren Kling ("Epitaph" [the Friends of Mount Hope Cemetery] Volume 21, Number 1, Rochester, New York, Winter, 2001. Date seems unlikely like others in article since marriage in 1819.]

[NI896] "lived with her brother William H. in Kalamazoo" MI

[NI899] [Thanks to the file as worked by Terrence (Terry). Reigel, many of the descendants of Gideon Dyer Cobb (below) were added to this line.] [Info also seen at http://www.reigelridge.com/family/index.htm]

[XI899] [Riverview Cemetry]

[XI900] [Sandy Creek Cemetery]

[NI905] [Cleveland: "was in war 1812, at its close ent. West Point Mil. Acad. Of Pawet, rem. to Ga."]
[Willard gen.: as James B. Cobb "rem. to Georgia, ancestor of Hon. Howell Cobb"]

[NI906] She was Polly Cobb here exc. Cleveland has her as Sophia Cobb.

[BI906] [For this date of birth, Isaac Cobb has her name as Mary (also found as Polly (per Dyer)) and also found as Sophia, with no date of birth provided - no other child named Sophia]

[DI916] ["Mrs. Hannah Cobb wife of Mr Benjn Cobb ..."] [June 21? (IC)]

[DI920] [Cobb Genealogy gives date of "Dec. 18,      "; but gravestone in Barnstable has as given in "History"]

[XI920] [Cobb's Hill West Cemetery, with wife, on hill above a Cobb vault into hillside and close to Enoch T. Cobb's family plot]

[NI923] [Perhaps the Eleazer Cobb who died March 8, 1854 in Yarmouth, aged 82 (born 1771-2?)]

[BI928] [Cobb Genealogy gives date of "Sept. 18, 1790"]

[XI929] [Cobb's Hill West Cemetery, stone post and iron-railed family plot]

[BI930] [calculated date; Crocker: 1799]

[XI930] [Cobb's Hill West Cemetery with husband and children]

[XI931] [Cobb's Hill West Cemetery]

[XI939] [Cobb's Hill West Cemetery, with husband]

[NI944] [Probably the Capt. Benjamin Cobb who died in New Orleans [recorded in Dartmouth, MA] on 18 Aug. 1824 (in 29th year). His wife was Sarah [ ___ ], b. 18 June 1801, buried in Dartmouth. !NOTE! that Cobb Genealogy states he died at sea, unmarried!]

[DI944] [recorded in Dartmouth, MA]

[NI946] [1830 Census]

[NI950] [Could he be the Samuel P. Cobb who married Elizabeth M. Kidder in Andover, MA on 9/3/1835? Wasn't born there or died there.]
[Email on January 7, 2010 from "Bob Hastings" indicates this Samuel Cobb's wife was Diana Fox (no further details)]

[NI951] [Marriagr record: Nomlas Cobb & Merriel Bates, Nov 14, 1815 (Springfield, Windsor, VT
Early Marriages from Town Records); also as Marriel Bates and Nomlas Cobb .-- Nov. 14, 1815]
[Springfield Congregational Church record: death, aged 64]

[NI953] [Is she the Caroline Cobb "of Taunton" who had a Marr. Int. in 1831 there?]

[DI954] MF3 (Soule) has death as prob. abt. Jan. 1775 in Harwich. However it also says she "was appointed administratix ... 10 Jan. 1775."

[NI955] [lost at sea]

[BI955] [1739? (I. Cobb)]

[DI956] ["at sea in 1774" per a bio. of son Elijah.]

[DI957] Abt 1778?]

[NI958] No children of this family found.

[DI959] John was"not baptized with the other children in 1753, probably dead."

[DI960] [Per "Cobb Genealogy": "at sea, near Holland," (Europe) while "History" gives only the date; MF3 gives place as Wellfleet]

[NI963] He "was a builder of whaling and fishing vessels, one of which was the 101 ton schooner "Belvidere" ..."

[DI973] [at sea]

[XI975] [Brewster Old Burial Ground]

[DI978] [as age 27]

[NI980] [She married, secondly, Samuel Freeman]

[DI982] [As 21 Nov 1844 per Isaac Cobb but have 1855 census data]

[XI983] [Brewster Cemetery]

[XI984] [Lower Road Cemetery]

[NI985] [< http://history.rays-place.com/bios/brewster-ma.htm#Elijah-Cobb > :
Elijah Cobb, born in 1799, in Brewster, was the oldest son of Captain Elijah Cobb. He went to Boston at the age of sixteen, where after a few years he became a member of the firm of Cobb & Winslow, wholesale grocers. The last few years of his life were spent at the old house in Brewster, where be died in 1861. He married Caroline, daughter of Captain Sylvanus Snow. Their two sons --- Elijah W. and Alfred S. --- are deceased. Five daughters are living: Caroline 0., Helen. Mary L., Aunette T. (now the widow of Freeman Cobb) and Emily C. Helen married James A. Dugan, who was a Harvard graduate and a teacher of private schools. He died in 1860, aged thirty-three years, leaving four children: Caroline A., James W., Stephen I. and Theodore F. Dugan.]

[DI986] 15 Sept. 1833 on record on page 55; 28 Sept. 1833 on record on page 102 of Brewster VR.

[XI987] [Mount Auburn Cemetery ("Re-interred 23 Jun 1873."  2016, Find A Grave Memorial# 157194899)]

[XI988] [Brewster Cemetery]

[BI995] [birthplace given as Truro, MA in 1865 census]

[XI1002] [Lower Road Cemetery]

[XI1003] [Mount Auburn Cemetery - Find A Grave Memorial# 157194817 (2016)]

[BI1004] He was aged 30 at time of marriage.

[XI1005] [Lower Road Cemetery]

[BI1006] aged 63 at marriage (second?)

[NI1007] [daughter of Prince Freeman?]

[XI1007] [Old Burial Ground]

[NI1008]

[Family info from Dee Davidson, March 20, 2002 Cobb Genforum posting]

[XI1008] [Gerry Cemetery]

[XI1009] [Lower Road Cemetery]

[XI1010] [Gerry Cemetery]

[BI1011] MF3 (Soule) has her birth as 5 July 1750 in Eastham. Philip Cobb has it as 5 Sep 1751 in Wellfleet (note deed has her from Wellfleet)

[XI1011] [Riverview Cemetery also called Cobb Cemetery]

[NI1014] "went to Bucksport, Me. at age 11 in 1797. ... Methodist preacher"

[DI1014] [Per "Cobb Gen.": "Dec. 1859" while "History" gives 1860 date]

[XI1015] [Riverview Cemetery also called Cobb Cemetery]

[BI1017] [Per Cobb Gen.: "Oct. 11, 1792" while "History" gives Nov. 11, 1792 date]

[NI1022] "Capt. Scotter Cobb owned packets which carried passengers from Eastham to Boston".

[BI1022] [Per Cobb Gen.: "Oct. 2, 1784" while "History" gives Nov. 1, 1783 date]

[NI1023] [He "lived to see sixty two children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren"]

[BI1023] See for more on Jonathan F. Cobb. While some of the material is inaccurate there [different dates, mixture of Taunton Cobb desc. with these families], this would appear to be reliable as main concern is southern families.

[DI1023] [previously it was Sand Shoal Island (then became Cobb's Island)]

[XI1023] [Cobb Family Cemetery but may have been moved to Cape Charles Cemetery, Cape Charles, VA]

[BI1024] [also found as 19 May 1790]

[NI1025] [she is not listed in this family in Isaac Cobb's Cobb Genealogy]

[DI1026] [died at age of 84]
[GR: Aged 81 yrs. 5 mos.]

[XI1026] [Congregational & Soldiers Cemetery]

[BI1029] ["Town of Eastham Massachusetts 1995 Eastham Historic Properties Survey", for Higgins, Capt. Zara House and "Richard Higgins: A Resident and Pioneer Settler at Plymouth and Eastham ...", By Mrs. Katharine Elizabeth Chapin Higgins]

[DI1029] [gravestone]

[XI1029] [Congregational & Soldiers Cemetery]

[BI1031] [from census age]

[XI1032] [Evergreen Cemetery]

[BI1034] [Married by the Rev. Hadden Emerson]

[DI1035] [schooner Plato]

[XI1035] [Evergreen Cemetery]

[DI1036] [P. Cobb: Oct. 17, 1844; I. Cobb: Oct. 19, 1844; Doane: "Oct. 15, 1845, ae 26 yrs. 8 mos., 7 days" which makes 1844 death correct]

[DI1037] Cause of death was "Asthma, heart failure".

[NI1038] [Philip Cobb's book gives birth and death but no marriage for her.]

[NI1039] Maybe Henry Cobb who married Walker, Mary A., 17 Nov. 1849 in Eastham.

[NI1040] [Found 13July 2017 as Zara Higgins Cobb (male), 16 Apr 1829-16 May 1829 on website ]

[DI1041] [CAPT ELIJAH E K COBB lost off Race Point in Sch. Mail; aged 23 yrs 7 mo]
[lost over board at sea off Race Point, Provincetown.Mass.]
[lost at sea, schooner Mail]

[XI1041] [Evergreen Cemetery]

[DI1044] [a. 42;  Funeral at Washington St.]

[NI1046] [She was NOT listed as a child of this family by Isaac Cobb's Genealogy]

[NI1048] [Henderson Inches (her father or brother?) was on the executors' bond for her mother-in-law's will]

[XI1050] [Brewster Old Burial Ground]

[BI1054] [June 4, 1786 by Isaac Cobb's Genealogy]

[DI1054] [Aug. 18, 1812 by Isaac Cobb's Genealogy]

[XI1054] [Brewster Old Burial Ground]

[NI1059] [died unmarried]

[NI1062]

[Family data also at http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/%7Ewingfamilyofamerica/p775.htm#i2005828]

[Family data also at http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/%7Ewingfamilyofamerica/p775.htm#i2005828]

[BI1069] ["last of" March 1669]

[BI1071]

[XI1071] [Laken Cemetery; Row 3, Sect. "J"; d: Dec. 7, 1835, a: 83 y. 1 mo. 5 dys. (h: Nehemiah)]

[DI1072] [aged 74y, 11mo.]
["Cobb Genealogy" has date as Nov. 6, 1844]

[XI1072] Laken Cemetery; Row 4, Sect. "J"; d: Dec. 18, 1852, a: 74 y. 11 m. (h:Deborah)

[XI1075] [Mexico Street Cemetery]

[XI1076] [in Harrisburg Cemetery in Harrisburg, Lewis County, NY per Cobb message board posting by "Julie" on 14 Aug 2001]

[DI1077] [Hiam: "Burgess Gen.": She "died while on a visit to Carver (Middleboro Deaths, 31)"]

[XI1077] [Oak Grove Cemetery]

[XI1078] Laken Cemetery; Row 1, Sect. "L"; d: Dec. 4, 1824, a: 33 yrs.

[XI1080] [Mexico Street Cemetery]

[NI1082] Scituate Genealogy: Knowles at
http://aleph0.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/scituate/rr03/rr03_102.html#P1092 5

[BI1082] Source: . "Eastham Mass., Vital Records," transcribed by George Ernest Bowman, Mayflower Descendant, various volumes, Also printed in Vital Records of the Towns of Eastham and Orleans, with index, edited by Leonard H Smith Jr & Norma H. Smith, 1976.

[DI1082] [Probably Eastham per Ferguson book; else Chatham where he had lived]

[NI1088] [Intention record]

[XI1089] [Barnstable Cobb's Hill Cemetery (aka Goodspeed's Hill Cemetery)]

[NI1090] ["Removed to Sandwich" (Otis & Cobb Gen.)]

[NI1091] [He appears to be the Nicholas Cobb who married on Feb. 17, 1791 to Olive Blackwell and had two sons (recorded in Sandwich)]

[NI1093] "Lumbart" may be same as Lumbard or Lombard

[XI1096] [Cobb's Hill West Cemetery]

[XI1097] [Cobb's Hill West Cemetery, stone in 5 pieces, cemented, standing]

[XI1100] Laken Cemetery; Row 5, Sect. "J"; d: Nov. 9, 1804, a: 29 y. (h: Nathan Cobb Jr.)

[XI1101] Laken Cemetery; Row 4, Sect. "J"; d:Nov. 6, 1844, a: 70 y. (h: Nathan Cobb Jr.)

[NI1103] [see from Tilson Genealogy for this family]

[BI1105] ["Cobb Genealogy" has his birth in Bath, Maine]

[DI1105] [email by Erica Voolich (VOOLICH@aol.com): "I have the coronor's inquest"]
[killed by train, having lived with daughter and son-in-law]

[XI1105] [Rosehill Cemetery]

[NI1107] Is this Jabez Vaughan Cobb the same as Dr. Jabez V. Cobb who married Elvira C.( Abel) Kingsley  (b. 23 Nov. 1815 in NY or VT)?

Cobb, Jabez Vaughn Dr.
Birth : 13 APR 1811 Carver, Plymouth Co., Massachussetts, USA
Death : 28 AUG 1877 Lockport,, New York, USA
Howell, Elvira
Birth : ABT 1811

[XI1108] [Section M of Rosehill Cemetery]

[DI1110] [in "Deaths Registered in So. Abington & Whitman, 1886", p. 131]

[XI1110] [Lakenham Cemetery; Sect. "C"; Oct. 17, 1820 - Mar. 19, 1886.]

[DI1113] [or 21 Sept. 1781 (burial rec.)]

[XI1113] [at Burial Hill]

[DI1114] ["inscriptions are on the gravestones in the cemetery at Plymouth"]
[Plymouth Church Records: Volume II, p. 392: Deaths in Plymouth, 1762 - 1764]

[XI1115] "inscriptions are on the gravestones in the cemetery at Plymouth"

[DI1117] "lived 11 days" (p. 92)  but most of inscription "could not be read" on the "gravestones in the cemetery at Plymouth" (p. 91).

[XI1118] gravestone there with father and family

[BI1123] [aft 1830 in Baltimore, MD seen but son Isaac's death record has birth in Natick, MA]

[XI1127] [Fern Hill Cemetery]

[XI1129] [Fern Hill Cemetery]

[BI1130] [G.R. (per Hanson VR) has Dec. 1805 and age in 7/1860 is given as 53 (1806 birth?)]

[BI1131] [calculated date of birth from age at death (88-1-2)]

[XI1131] [Fern Hill Cemetery]

[XI1132] [Fern Hill Cemetery]

[XI1133] [Fern Hill Cemetery]

[BI1137] [6 Jul 1802?]

[DI1137] [also lived in Snyder Twp., Jefferson Co., PA]

[XI1137] [Little Sioux Cemetery (Find A Grave Memorial# 103821821)]

[XI1138] [Little Sioux Cemetery (Find A Grave Memorial# 103821831)]

[BI1142] At marriage in 1846, he was age 28.

[BI1146] ["4 Lidiah borne october 11th 1686" ]

[DI1147] He was living in Hardwick before his death but source has his death as in Harwich, MA. He is not listed in Hardwick's death records so very likely he was in Harwich at death.

[DI1148] [Mayflower Descendant 16:86>> Plymouth records >> Lemuell Cobb . Deceased-October ye 22nd. 1743]

[XI1148] [Burial Hill]

[DI1149] "died during this 1762 expedition against Havana"

[BI1156] ["Mayflower Descendant" 15:44]

[NI1157] Moved to Hardwick, VT

[BI1157] also as 9 Jan. 1735/36; also as born in Hardwick, MA

[NI1158] She may be the Lydia Cobb who married Elkanah "Stewart" ["at Hardwick Sept. 7, 1761] as Mayflower Families, vol. 6 (S. Hopkins) has Lydia, dau. of Elisha Cobb as being the probable spouse.
Philip Cobb has her as (Unknown) Cobb. and has Lydia, dau. of Gershom as a prob. spouse of E. Stewart "at Hardwick Sept. 7, 1761.  (Early Mass. Mar. 1-119) per p. 80, History (P. Cobb)].
[History of Barnard" states she was the dau. of Elisha Cobb who married Elkanah Steward and provides much more info on the family]
[Her daughter's brother-in-law married a Cobb from the Taunton line.]

[BI1158] Birth was recorded in Hardwick, MA with no name given ecept that the child was a daughter.

[NI1160] [Could be the Elisha Cobb who was in Deerfield "1766 - 85, with wife and child"]
[Apparently he was the Elisha Cobb who married Submit Higgins (her second marriage) by 1775 and had at least 3 children (Nathaniel, John and Rachel).Need to find record of this marriage. If so, and if in Deerfield, he had more than one child in 1785]

[BI1161] also DAR Patriot Index (1966), p. 140.

[DI1161] Date also found in DAR Patriot Index (1966), p. 140.

[NI1163] There was a Jabez Cobb who was in Deerfield in 1771 and taxed on real estate in 1789.

[BI1163] [Alt. birth as 3 April 1753]

[NI1165] Parents were Daniel Warren and Martha Coolidge or Neverson Warren and ___.

[BI1165] ["History of Deerfield" (p. 354-355) states her father was Neverson Warren of Deerfield but only Neverson Warren listed was probably her brother since he was b. abt. 1749 and d. 3-25-1831.]

[XI1167] [Old Cemetery (G.R.1)]

[BI1169] [VR: Lydia, d. of Lemuel and Lydia, Jan, 4, 1769]

[DI1170] [Is her death recorded in Plymouth ("Leml Cobbs Chd", 12-1-1771 ([Plymouth Church Records: Volume II, p. 400: Deaths in Plymouth, 1771 & 1772)]

[NI1173] [Perhaps the John Cobb who married Hannah __ bef 1808 (3 children known, 1808 - 1820); he d. 10/18/1865; she d. 6-23-1866; all are buried in E. Providence, RI]

[BI1173] Given as 1778 in "Newton Genealogy"; Hardwick VR only gives baptism date]

[CI1173] [Church Record]

[NI1174] Also resided in Hardwick, VT and may have died there.

[BI1174] [Hardwick record has his parenrts as "Lemuel and Lydia" but should be Lemuel and Abigai: "s. of Lemuel and Lydia, July 17, 1780"]

[NI1175] [Isaac Cobb's Genealogy has her as married to John Battles of Plymouth; died before 1807; Elizabeth, dau. of Lemuel Cobb & Hannah Kempton, m. John Battles]

[BI1175] [Hardwick record gives her parents as "Lemuel and Lydia" (incorrect mother); Hardwick VR, Births, Cobb: Elisabeth, d. of Lemuel and Lydia, Mar. 7, 1782.]

[CI1176] [Hardwick VR, Births: Cobb, Nabby, d. of Lemuel and Mizial, bp. July 26, 1789. c.r.  (Mizial = Abigail?)]

[NI1178] Haskell?

[CI1180] [Ipswich VR, Baptisms, p. 11]

[NI1182] [Same Molly Cobb? - JOEL STREETER b. 10-Sep-1759, m. MOLY COBB.  JOEL died ABT 1830, VT (http://members.tripod.com/~Phonelady/streeter_genealogy.htm)]

[BI1184] [Hardwick VR, Births, Cobb]

[BI1185] VR has date as Nov. 16, 1779]

[XI1185] [North Orville Cemetery]

[BI1191] [Kempton book places birth abt. 1780]

[BI1192] [date given as abt 1771 with marriage in 1791 per "Robbins"]

[DI1192] ["aged 82 years"]

[NI1195] This family moved to Brewer, ME.

[NI1196] [(1) Isaac Cobb has this marriage also with another Elizabeth Cobb, daughter from Hardwick, MA of a different Lemuel Cobb]
[(2) Kempton Gen. has this marriage but has her death as 29 Sept. 1800, which might be her date of marriage]
[(3) < http://www.rootsweb.com/~macplymo/plyalpgr_b1.html > Barnes:  JAMES, son of 4th William, m., 1827, Mary Weston. He m. 2d, Elizabeth Cobb, wid. of Isaac Swift, and d. of John Battles.]

[BI1198] [Date given by William Davis as 1786.]

[NI1202] [mariner]

[XI1205] [Evergreen Cemetery]

[BI1207] [daughter of Samuel Nelson per genealogy (1970) of family line of Miriam (Dorr) Cobb]

[NI1209] [Family Bible - "While searching E-Bay under family bible I came across one for sale listing John Kempton Cobb b.1818 Plymath Ma. married Harriet Rider. Also listed were Harriet H, Alice E. Laura, Lemual, John H., Sarah F., Henry H, & Eugene H." by "Jeanette", 22 Apr 2004 -
Checking eBay, have bid on this Bible; Item number: 4205684770
From seller's description:  "... Of interest to the COBB family is the Family Record section between the two testaments. Births: Harriet H. Cobb (b. 1842), Alice E. Cobb (b. 1844), Laura Cobb (b. 1845), Lemuel Cobb (b. 1847), John H. Cobb (b. 1849), Sarah F. Cobb (b. 1851), Henry H. Cobb (b. 1854), and Eugene H. Cobb (b. 1856). Deaths: John H. Cobb (d. 1858), Harriet Cobb (d. 1904), Lemuel Cobb (d. 1910). The last entry is for Lemuel Cobb. There are also newspaper clippings (shown in pic) which identify this family as being of John K. Cobb. (John K. Cobb was born in 1818 in Plymouth, MA, and married Harriet Rider, also of Plymouth, in 1845). John K. is not our direct ancestor, ..."]

[DI1209] [also have date from Bible record]
[also death record of Plymouth; aged 40y-5m (Mass Archives roll, Vol. 121, p. 259, #68)]

[DI1217] [date from Bible record]

[NI1223] [Family lived in Falmouth (New Cascoport); moved to Gorham, ME abt 1767]
[Second marriage given in DAR Patriot Index (1966), p. 140 as Hannah (Whitney) Fowler.]

[BI1223] [Date also in DAR Patriot Index (1966), p. 140.]

[DI1223] [Date also in DAR Patriot Index (1966), p. 140.]

[XI1223] [Cemetery back of Eben Cobb's place (formerly in Limington), Cobb Plot]

[NI1224] Info for this Benjamin Cobb's descendants from [cobb-l, 3 Jan. 1998, posting by David E. Shannon]

[DI1224] [1817 in Gray, ME per "Cobb-L" message board, 3 Jan. 1998, by David E. Shannon]

[NI1226] She was a widow of Daniel Green and Ebenezer hall before marrying Chipman Cobb in 1765.

[BI1227] [Find as 10_Jun_1734 however calculated using age given at death has *10 Jun 1742* birth that would appear to be too young for 1754 marriage; or born 1737?]

[Gorham Death record has April 30, 1803, aged 60 years, 10 months. 20 days. However that calculates birth as 10 Jun 1742; between 1734-1742?]

[DI1227] [Date transcribed as 10 Feb. 1820 (83 yrs.) in Cobb Plot - born 1737?]

[April 30, 1803, Cobb, Hannah, wife of Dea. Andrew Cobb, aged 60 years, 10 months. 20 days (Deaths From The Earlier Records Of Gorham, Maine]

[XI1227] [Cemetery back of Eben Cobb's place (formerly in Limington), Cobb Plot]

[NI1228] [Additional family info from Family Group Sheet (FGS) of Caroline S. Ruda in 1985, giving Isaac Cobb's "Cobb Fanily" as one source as well other sources.]
["Family lived in Falmouth, Limington, Gorham and Limerick, Me. After his first marriage c Abigail Chick he became a member of Soc. of FRIENDS. Farmer & shoemaker. Six months in Rev. Army."

[BI1228] ["Cobb Genealogy" has date as Apr. 4, 1758]

[XI1228] [Cobb Plot]

[BI1229] (per FGS of Caroline S. Ruda in 1985, giving Isaac Cobb as source]

[XI1229] [in the Friend's burying ground]

[DI1233] [Date per "Windham ..." has Mar. 3, 1858 about 2 years ealier than Isaac Cobb's date]

[NI1234] (per FGS of Caroline S. Ruda in 1985, giving Isaac Cobb source info: "Desire kept the town school in Portland during the six years prior to her marriage".]

[XI1234] [Cobb Plot]

[BI1238] ["Cobb Genealogy" has date as 5 Jan. 1771]

[DI1238] ["Cobb Genealogy" has date as Mar. 26, 1851]

[XI1238] [Western Cemetery]

[DI1239] ["an invalid for many years"]

[XI1242] [Eastern Cem.]

[NI1244] On 19 June 1781 Ebenezer & Reliance Cobb signed a deed.

[DI1244] ["Cobb Genealogy" has date as Aug. 2, 1833]

["Cobb, Aug. 2, 1833, Jedediah Cobb, aged 91" per Index Publishments, Marriages, Births And Deaths From The Earlier Records Of Gorham, Maine,
Compiled by Marquis F. King, Maine Genealogical Society, Portland, Maine
1897: Deaths - ADAMS to WISE]

[BI1249] [Place by gravestone record, Old Quaker Burial Ground; also recorded as Portland, ME]

[DI1249] [By gravestone record, Old Quaker Burial Ground]

[XI1250] [Cemetery back of Eben Cobb's place (formerly in Limington), Cobb Plot]

[DI1252] [Isaac Cobb stated nothing heard of him "except that he started on an ocean voyage and never returned" (p. 438) but other source has death in 1844 in Maine.]

[BI1256] By calculation from age in gravestone record, Old Quaker Burial Ground. Also same as  Family History:  New England Families #1 "History of Salem, Mass., Vol. II  (1638-1670)"

[DI1256] [By gravestone record, Old Quaker Burial Ground]

[NI1259] [The name is found as Cloutman in a search as found in New Hampshire families]

[NOTE!: Family name found as Cloutman but given as "Cloudman" by Isaac Cobb in his genealogy.Since he may have had personal contact and used a deed record, the name Cloudman may have been correct then. However, the name Cloutman has been used here but Cloudman may be correct spelling.]

[XI1263] [Cemetery back of Eben Cobb's place (formerly in Limington), Cobb Plot]

[DI1266] [He died Feb. 6, 1750 (p. 16) per "History of The Simmons Family ...", differing from other records but has date of 6 Feb 1757 at Middleboro on p. 11 of book ]

[BI1269] [22 July 1739 in "Gen. ... History of ...Howland"]

[NI1275] He may be the Stephen Cobb who married Jemima Tobey (b. 13 May 1787 in New Gloucester, ME).

[XI1276] [Cemetery back of Eben Cobb's place (formerly in Limington), Cobb Plot (aged 20 yrs. 4 mo. 3 d.)]

[DI1278] ["now Limerick"][Cemetery date transcribed as 19 Nov. 1869; aged 73 yrs. 5 mo. 3 d.]

[XI1278] [with his wife, "in the field below the house, where the parents and grandparents repose"]
[Cemetery back of Eben Cobb's place (formerly in Limington), Cobb Plot]

[XI1280] [Riverside Cemetery]

[NI1283] ["a brother to James Sawyer who m. Desire Cobb" (her half-sister)]

[NI1285]

[see for dates]

[see for dates]

[DI1286] [in the home of her daughter]["Bio": 25 Aug 1882, place not given]

[XI1288] [with Dea. Ebenezer Cobb as his wife, "in the field below the house, where the parents and grandparents repose"]
[Cemetery back of Eben Cobb's place (formerly in Limington), Cobb Plot]

[BI1289] [calculated]

[DI1289] [Cobb: 19 Jan 1834]

[XI1289] [Riverside Cemetery]

[NI1290] [Rachel Brown was the sister of Mary Brown, who married Daniel Cobb]

[BI1292] [calculated date]

[NI1293] [Is he the Bradford Cobb (or related) where there was a fire in double house occupied by Bradford Cobb and Lincoln Blaisdell on Pleasant Street, just over the brow of Powder House Hill (Brunswick Telegraph: September 08, 1876)]

[BI1293] [p. 69, Chelsea VR]

[DI1293] [Resided in Chelsea, Mass.; death there or maybe Boston]

[XI1293] [p. 69, Chelsea VR]

[BI1294] [calculated date] [1843 birth by p. 69, Chelsea VR]

[DI1294] [Philip L. Cobb's "History ..." has year only (1875) as date; full 1873 date by Isaac Cobb]

[XI1294] [p. 69, Chelsea VR]

[NI1296] [p. 69, Chelsea VR]

[BI1296] [p. 69, Chelsea VR]

[XI1296] [p. 69, Chelsea VR]

[BI1299] Birth date calculated from age at death [10y., 5m., 8d.]

[BI1301] Birth date calculated from age at death [6y., 5m., 2d.]

[BI1303] Birth date calculated from age at death [2y., 7m., 27d.]

[BI1305] [As calculated - she died at age of 81 years in 1879 (Philip Cobb); as 81y 2 mo. 16 days (Isaac Cobb)]

[DI1305] [residing in Gilbertville section]

[DI1314] [He was lost at sea]

[BI1316] given as Warren, Mass., not Warren, Maine.

[BI1317] [p. 106 has birth as 1788]

[DI1322] [aet 72 yrs. - DownEast Ancestry magazine, Vol. 7, No. 2, Aug. 1983 (p. 56)]

[XI1322] ["Inscriptions from Various Small Cemeteries", comp. by Kathryn Jackson, Vassalboro, ME; copied in 1971]

[DI1323] [or 1813]

[BI1332] 24 Aug. 1810  (Cobb) & Sept. 1814 (Shurtleff)

[DI1332] 4 Apr. 1854 (Cobb) & 4 Apr. 1859 (Shurtleff)

[XI1337] [Lakenham Cemetery, Row 12, Sect. "P";  d: Dec. 6, 1793, a: 23 y.; (p: Timothy & Deborah)]

[NI1342] He may be the Thomas Cobb who married (or had intention) on Jan. 1817 in Eastham, MA with Betsey Chipman.

[XI1342] [Lakenham Cemetery, Sect. "A"; d: Mar. 10, 1841 aged 59 yrs; Thomas, Esq. (w: Hannah B.)]

[NI1344] Family "moved to Maine" but no other facts.

[DI1345] ["Cobb Genealogy" has date May 4, 1871]

[XI1345] [Lakenham Cemetery, Sect. "A"; d: May 14, 1870; a: 86 y. 2 mo. 12 dy; (h: Thomas, Esq.)]

[DI1347] [Carver VR has date as 9/16/1857; aged 59y & 3d; Eddy Family, as 9/11/1857]

[XI1347] [Lakenham Cemetery]

[XI1348] Laken Cemetery; Sect. "A";  Aug. 17, 1808 - Aug. 25, 1886; (w: Mary Hammond)

[BI1349] Eddy Family: 5 Feb. 1812; Cobb History: 7 Feb. 1812.

[DI1350] [recorded in Plympton but newspaper has death in Warren [ME or RI?]; as Timothy's stone halfway in ground, she may be on it as family there in Lakenham Cem., Carver]

[BI1351] June 27, 1832 would be date by gravestone.

[DI1351] Gravestone recorded as having death as 7/1/1832, so July would be June for birth.

[XI1351] [Lakenham Cemetery]

[DI1352] ["Middleboro Deaths" has date as Mar. 29, 1856 in Fall River]

[XI1352] [Lakenham Cemetery, Sect. "A"; d: Apr. 15, 1856; a: 22 y.; (p: Timothy & Jerusha P. Cobb.)]

[BI1353] = date from Eddy Family book.

[DI1353] [Middleboro AR; aged 87-3-16]

[XI1353] [Lakenham Cemetery; Sect. "A"; d: Feb. 3, 1895, a: 87 y. 3 m. 16 dy (h. Timothy Cobb)]

[NI1354] [birth record for three children born in Woburn]

[BI1355] Date would be 13 Apri 1844 - by calculated date from death; also given as 15 April 1844 by Eddy Family book.

[DI1355] as Oct. 15 as well as Oct. 21 and Oct. 24, 1844 (later dates probably the burial date).

[XI1355] [Lakenham Cemetery, Sect. "A"; d: Oct. 21, 1844; a:  6 mo. 8 dy; (p: Timothy & Jane Ellen.)]

[XI1356] [Central Cemetery, small stone with years only, next to a Smith gravestone (sister and her family)]

[BI1358] [Eddy Family book has 10 Aug. (also on gravestone) but 15 Aug. 1848 from VR]

[XI1358] [Central Cemetery]

[DI1359] [11/13/1882 (Isaac Cobb)]

[XI1359] Laken Cemetery;  Sect. "A"; Mary (Hammond)  Jan. 1810 - Nov. 1882; (h: Thomas Cobb)

[XI1361] [Lakenham Cemetery]

[XI1362] [Lakenham Cemetery]

[NI1363] ["From 1864 to the date of his death" he had the following "pastorates:
   Oswego, NY, 1864 to 1869.
   Medway, Mass., 1869 to 1875.
   Jacksonville, Fla., 1875 to 1878.
   Erie, Penn., 1878 to 1894.
   Pittsburgh, Penn., 1894 to 1900."

[ A GENERAL BIOGRAPHICAL CATALOGUE OF AUBURN THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY 1818 - 1918; Auburn Seminary Press, Auburn, N. Y., 1918:
SOLON COBB, D.D., b. Carver, Mass., Sept. 12, 1838 ; Andover T. S., 1862-3; Aub. 1863-4; m. Hannah D. Anthony, New Bedford, Mass., June, 1865.]

[ The Ministerial directory: of the ministers in the Presbyterian ..., Volume 1 By Edgar Sutton Robinson  ----------------
The Presbyterian Ministerial Directory (Northern), 1898. p. 213 ---
COBB, Solon, Pittsburgh, Pa. -  Born, Carver, Mass., 1838; Stud. And. T. S., Mass., '61-62; Stud. Aub. T. S., N. Y., '62-63; Ord. '64, Pby. of Tioga; P. Owego, N. Y., '64-69; P. Cong. Ch., Bedford, Mass., '69-74;  S. S. Cong. Ch., New Bedford, Mass., '74-76; S. S. Cong. Ch., Jacksonville, Fla., '76-78; P. Pbn. Ch., Erie, Pa., '78-94; P. Pt. Breeze Ch., Pittsburgh, Pa., '95--.]

[BI1363] [History of Carver book has date as Sept. 1, 1839]

[XI1364] Laken Cemetery, Sect. "A";  d: Jun. 18, 1852, a: 7 y. 4 mo.; (p: Thomas & Mary H.)

[DI1365] Cemetery record has Nov. 11. 1848 and age (8 y. 2 mo. 14 dy) calculates to same as birth date.

[XI1365] Laken Cemetery, Sect. "A";  d: Nov. 11, 1848, a: 8 y. 2 mo. 14 d.; (p: Thomas & Mary H.)

[XI1367] [Lakenham Cemetery]

[DI1369] [Date given as 3 Mar 1878 in original Eddy Family but corrected in 1950 volume.]

[DI1370] As his children were born in Newton, MA and he held the office of Mayor there as well, he probably died there.

[XI1375] [Burial Hill]

[DI1377] [no children named in settling estate, declared insolvent]

[XI1377] [She is buried  with a single gravestone including her husband's death and age (was his body brought back from abroad or merely memorialized?) in Cobb's Hill Cemetery, Barnstable]

[DI1381] [Churchill book provides year & place; Cobb Gen. gives full detail]

[NI1384] [probably the David Dimmock who married Thankful Cobb (note - younger than her)]

[DI1384] ["abroad", place not given]

[DI1385] "He died in Scotland" which assumed here is that part of Bridgewater called "Scotland", and not the part of Great Britain in Europe.

[NI1386] ["Churchill" gives James Churchill three wives but second as Mercy (Baker) Cobb, married in 1751. No other Mercy Baker married a Cobb but she who was born in 1706 who married Sylvanus Cobb, who died in 1756. So second wife may not be Mercy Cobb, dau. of Mercy (Baker) Cobb and Sylvanus Cobb. Third wife was Mary Cobb, dau. of Hannah (Davis) and Sylvanus Cobb and widow of Isaac Gorham.]

[NI1388] He received a part of his grandfather Gershom Cobb's estate in 1751 and his grandmother's estate in 1758.

[NI1390] [Lathrop / Lothrop]

[DI1391] [Pension application in Maine of widow Hannah Cobb, 12-20-1844, a resident of Portland, aged 89, shows he died at 27 Oct. 1819 at Westboro, Mass.]

[DI1392] [married and had two children there]

[XI1394] [in Lothrop Hill Cemetery]

[XI1395] "Old Cemetery"; "John ye Son of John & Hannah Cobb ...." in Lothrop Hill Cemetery]

[NI1399] May not have been living on 10/28/1765 (not in father's estate settlement)

[DI1403] [Date also in DAR Patriot Index (1966), p. 140]

[XI1408] South Yard Cemetery

[DI1410] ["History of the Town of Springfield, Vermont" states "he fell from a horse in a fit odf apoplexy"]
[Death per DAR Patriot Index (1966), p. 140]

[BI1411] "Bicknell Family" places her birth as Barrington, R. I., Nov. 2, 1729. (else of Ashford, CT)

[XI1411] South Yard Cemetery

[DI1412] [killed in battle]

[XI1412] [South Yard Cemetery]

[XI1413] South Yard Cemetery

[NI1414] [A Chapman Family Assoc. genealogy has her name as Sarah Cobb married to Reuben Chapman]

[NI1416] [Children listed in Cobb Genforum posting (message 4625) of Cherre (errehc@aol.com, 1 April 2001]

[BI1416] http://www.geocities.com/sfaapage/return.html

[NI1417] http://www.geocities.com/sfaapage/return.html
CHILDREN BY MARGARET

10. HANNAH STRONG, d/o Return Strong #2, b. May 8, 1692, m. Aug 8, 1717, CAPT. SAMUEL CHAPMAN, s/o Simon Chapman and Sarah, of Windsor, CT and Tolland, CT., b. Mar 2, 1695/6. He was killed in the French and Indian War. Capt. at the siege of Louisburg.

Children

54 - 56
57. Hon. ELIJAH CHAPMAN, b. ca. 1726, d. Feb 22, 1812, m. ca. 1747, SARAH STEELE, b. 1730, d. Feb 17, 1808. He was a farmer at Tolland, CT and deacon in the church. He was also a member of the General Assembly.

Children

+ 156. Joanna Chapman, b. May 16, 1748, m. Dec. 11, 1766, Joshua Griggs



+157. Reuben Chapman, b. Dec 8, 1749, d. Oct 25, 1776, m. Apr. 21, 1774, Sarah Cobb.

158. Sarah Chapman, b. Jan 28, 1752, d. Feb 9, 1752.

[BI1417] http://www.geocities.com/sfaapage/return.html

[DI1419] "died ... unmarried"

[DI1420] [Gravestone record is given as "Oct. 25, 1760, 15 years." but likely error since birth would be 4 years before marriage and was 1759 and death in 1770 per Cobb History. His birth and death not recorded in Bicknell Family book] [as Oct. 25, 1770? and burial Nov. 7th?]

[XI1420] South Yard Cemetery

[XI1421] [Old Center Cemetery]

[XI1422] South Yard Cemetery

[XI1426] South Yard Cemetery

[XI1428] [Old Center Cemetery]

[BI1429] [(per Isaac Cobb) "son of the Rev. John Steele"]

[NI1431] [Perhaps the Samuel Cobb, Jr. who married Polly Oakes.-- Oct. 25, 1798 in Springfield, VT]

[NI1432] [death, aged 66, date not given]

[BI1436] [Feb. 11, 1781 (IC)]

[NI1443] Probably the Daniel Cobb who married Wealthy (Ln?u) and had dau. Roxana Cobb b: 20 June 1829 in Tolland, Tolland, CT / see http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=m ollard&id=I27330

[BI1446] ["Feb. 30, 1794" ? or February 28, 1794]

[BI1454] 16 June 1806?

[XI1456] [in Cobb's Hill East Cemetery]

[DI1457] [a. 72; in Aug. 1823 of New Bedford newspaper]

[XI1457] [Cobb's Hill West Cemetery]

[NI1459] [Appears to have had a son Edward Henry, who died in Havana, aged 26, as reported in the "Rhode Island American of Feb. 20, 1818]
[Living in Portland, he served as town treasurer, selectman, and a member of the Mass. House of Rep.]

[DI1459] ["aged 67 years"; "Rhode Island American" issue of March 30, 1824; also in "New Hampshire Republican" issue of 2 April 1824 (Vol. 2, No. 12) p. 3]

[XI1459] [Eastern Cemetery (tomb)]

[DI1463] [Transcribed by Mercier, Jane: "Newspaper Obituaries from the Yarmouth Register 1841-1846"; issue of October 5, 1843.]

[XI1463] [Cobb's Hill West Cemetery]

[BI1466] [Nov 1785 if age on gravestone used (46y-7m) but days not on it]

[XI1466] [Cobb's Hill West Cemetery, as Sally T. Cobb (not Mrs. Sally Davis)]

[NI1468] [Barnstable Church (East Parish) record on children's deaths]

[XI1468] [in Cobb's Hill Cemetery (East)]

[BI1469] [gravestone of Olive Cobb has age of 75 yrs. so date of birth would be 1791 (not 1811 as another Olive Cobb that P. L. Cobb placed with age of 55). The gravestone has a "7" with a flourish, looking like a backward "5", next to the 5 there. Thus the "History" has two daughters named Olive, one in 1791 who married and another in 1811, while they were the same person.]

[DI1469] [date of death attributed to another daughter Olive but they are the same person]

[XI1469] [Cobb's Hill West Cemetery between siblings Frederick and Sally T., as a Cobb and not having married name]

[DI1470] [10 Sep (IC), 20 Sep (PC)]

[XI1470] [Cobb's Hill West Cemetery]

[XI1471] [Cobb's Hill West Cemetery]

[XI1472] [Cobb's Hill West Cemetery]

[XI1474] [in Cobb's Hill Cemetery (East)]

[BI1476] [Dec. 19th (IC)]

[DI1476] [Barnstable Church (East Parish) record on "Esq. Matthias Cobb" children's deaths; as 9 Mar. 1825, aged 3 mos.]

[BI1478] [Wellfleet?]

[XI1478] [Cobb's Hill Cemetery]

[BI1482] [aged 73 on gravestone gives approx. date; place from "History"]

[XI1482] [Cobb's Hill West Cemetery]

[DI1483] [probably in the Alms House]

[XI1485] [Cobb's Hill West Cemetery, next to parents' graves]

[NI1486] [Died at sea (not dated), unmarried]

[XI1486] [Cobb's Hill Cemetery]

[DI1487] [May 11, 1867 (IC)]

[XI1487] [Cobb's Hill West Cemetery, next to parents' graves]

[XI1488] [Cobb's Hill Cemetery]

[XI1492] [Hingham Cemetery]

[XI1493] [Hingham Cemetery]

[BI1494] [1807 per gravestone record but as 12 Aug. 1805 in Newbury Port, Mass., per a Harrington genealogy with parents Charles Harrington and Martha Loring or 23 Jan. 1808]

[XI1494] [Hingham Cemetery has 1807 birth]

[DI1496] [listed in 1899 Quincy directory but not in 1900's (his widow was listed)]

[XI1497] [Hingham Cemetery]

[XI1498] [Hingham Cemetery]

[XI1499] [Hingham Cemetery]

[NI1500] [Hingham Cemetery]

[Yet have Abichet W. Cobb; Female; Sep 20, 1844; Hingham; Elisha J. & Mary Cobb]

[DI1500] drowned

[XI1500] [Hingham Cemetery]

[DI1501] 1885?

[XI1502] [Hingham Cemetery]

[BI1503] [1856 on gravestone]

[XI1503] [Hingham Cemetery]

[BI1504] [as Hawkchurch, Devon, Eng. in son George's birth record]

[NI1507] "Rem. to Hull"

[DI1508] ["unmarried"]

[XI1508] [Hingham Cemetery]

[NI1509] "Rem. to Weymouth."

[XI1509] [Fairmount Cemetery]

[XI1510] [Hingham Cemetery]

[DI1511] "Mr. Cobb, the elder, lived to the fine old age of ninety-two years, ..."

[XI1511] [Hingham Cemetery]

[XI1512] [Hingham Cemetery]

[XI1513] [Hingham Cemetery]

[NI1514] "Removed to Rockland, Mass."

[XI1514] [Hingham Cemetery]

[BI1515] [Microfilmed record has "Mercy C. Cobb"; Female; Oct. 1847; Isaac Cobb had Oct. 30, 1847 date]

[XI1515] [Hingham Cemetery]

[XI1516] [Hingham Cemetery]

[DI1517] [aged 26 days]

[XI1517] [Hingham Cemetery]

[NI1518]

She married a George Cobb from the Barnstable line of the Cobb family.

[XI1518] [Hingham Cemetery]

[XI1519] [Hingham Cemetery]

[XI1520] [Hingham Cemetery]

[DI1523] ["History of Stonington": 1805]
1807: See

[BI1524] ["History of Stonington": Nov. 10, 1735]

[BI1525] [Roser: 29 Oct. 1737]

[DI1525] [1798 found online]

[NI1527] "He was a sea captain"

[XI1527] [Robinson Yard ([Robinson Burial Ground)]

[DI1528] "died young"

[BI1532] ["History of Stonington": Jan. 4, 1756 (not June 4, 1756)]

[BI1542] [Henry Stanton Cobb born 27 Jun 1761 after death of first son, Henry Cobb, on 20 May 1761, per ]
[NOTE: Isaac Cobb had Jan. 5, 1759 date with baptism in 1760 for Henry Stanton Cobb]

[XI1542] [Oakwood Cemetery]
[Find A Grave Memorial# 92765447: - Note: Moved from Rose Hill Cemetery (Syracuse, NY) on 11/19/1867]

[BI1543] "Katherine"  - See

[XI1543] [Oakland Cemetery]

[BI1544] [Also see ]
[Isaac Cobb had date as 1766]

[DI1544] [aged 77[

[BI1545] [Also see ]
[Isaac Cobb had date as 1767]

[BI1546] [Also see ]

[NI1547] "Information from Sanford E. Cobb" on this family.

[XI1547] [Robinson Yard ([Robinson Burial Ground)]

[NI1548] Did he also have a child named Edward?

[XI1549] [Oakwood Cemetery, (Moved from Rose Hill Cemetery (Syracuse, NY) on 11/19/1867), see note on spouse's burial]

[XI1550] ["He and his second wife lie in the "Marble Cemetery", Second St., N.Y. City"]

[BI1552] [Dates of Birth: from "History of Stonington": March 28, 1777, d. young; from IsaacCobb: March 28, 1776, "died in infancy"-  same reasoning as Isaac Cobb as given town record has date of birth not agreeing with church record for baptism]

[DI1552] [before 1780]

[BI1553] ["History of Stonington": b. Feb. 7, 1778]

[BI1554] [as 1782 and not 1783 with bapt. in 3/1783, same reasoning as Isaac Cobb as given town record has date of birth not agreeing with church record for baptism]

[BI1555] ["History of Stonington": b. April 23, 1785]

[BI1556] [also "History of Stonington": b. April 29, 1787]

[NI1559] died unmarried

[XI1559] [Oakwood Cemetery]

[XI1562] [Oakwood Cemetery]

[NI1563] died unmarried

[XI1563] [Oakwood Cemetery]

[XI1564] [Oakwood Cemetery]

[NI1565] ["lived in Syracuse, N.Y."]
[Perhaps 1st marriage of Nathan Cobb was with Eliza Colyer, Burlington, on 24 Sep 1826 in Torrington, Litchfield Co., CT]

[XI1565] [Oakwood Cemetery]

[NI1566] died unmarried

[XI1566] [Oakwood Cemetery]

[BI1567] [1812 calculated but date on stone has year 1811]

[XI1567] [Oakwood Cemetery]

[NI1568] "of Syracuse" NY

[XI1568] [Oakwood Cemetery]

[XI1569] [Oakwood Cemetery]

[NI1570] ["d. ag. 6"] [Her birth not listed in this family by Isaac Cobb's Genealogy]

[XI1570] [Oakwood Cemetery]

[NI1571] "m. F. H. Stevenson"

[BI1571] [Given as 1860 in "Genealogy" it may be a typo as her birth would have been likely as early as 1830 or later (up to 1860?) depending on date of marriage of her parents (unknown)]

[XI1571] [Oakwood Cemetery]

[NI1572] "of Syracuse. No children."

[XI1572] [Oakwood Cemetery]

[BI1573] Stanton Genealogy of "http://www.genealogysf.com/stanton/"

[DI1573] Stanton Genealogy of "http://www.genealogysf.com/stanton/" gives date as 6 Dec. 1818.

[NI1574] "Did not marry" -  but an Emeline Cobb married Thomas H. Whitman in VT and had a son Charles T., b. 24 June 1835, who m. 4 June 1861, Julia A. M. Conant of VT. Timeline right but need to check this.
[ Also Andrew Clark Lippitt married 1842, Emeline, da. of Amos Cobb, Norwich, Conn. but no Amos Cobb of that time found yet.]

[NI1575] "Did not marry"

[DI1575] ]he lost his health from service in the Mexican War and had returned home]

[NI1576] Cobb: no wife named nor dates given but he "had dau. Caroline, who m. a Draper and dau. Martha, who m. Ezra Chesebro."
Parish gives some details but few dates on wife and children.
Parish: "The family lived for several years at Ann Arbor, Mich., but after Mr. Cobb lost his life ..., Mrs. Cobb and her daughters returned to Canandaigua, where in the early 70's Martha married William Barnes (Obituary)."

[DI1576] [per Parish: 1841 "burning of a steamer on Lake Erie"; per Isaac Cobb: "Aug. 9, 1841, on board the Erie, a steamer which was burned off Dunkirk, on Laje (sic, i.e. Lake) Erie" with 300 dead]

[NI1577] She had "two daus. Jane and Emeline, both unmarried."

[NI1578] She "had five ch.  Albert, Ezra, Cornelia, George and Luke."

[BI1578] Stanton Genealogy of "http://www.genealogysf.com/stanton/"

[DI1578] Stanton Genealogy of "http://www.genealogysf.com/stanton/"

[NI1579] She "m. ____ Van Tine of N. Y. Several children."

[BI1579] Stanton Genealogy of "http://www.genealogysf.com/stanton/"

[DI1579] Stanton Genealogy of "http://www.genealogysf.com/stanton/"

[NI1581] see Stanton Genealogy of "http://www.genealogysf.com/stanton/" .

[XI1582] [She "is buried in the "Robinson Yard" at Stonington"]

[XI1583] "He and his second wife lie in the "Marble Cemetery", Second St., N.Y. City"

[NI1584] ["History of Stonington" lists name as Julian]

[NI1586] "d. inf."

[DI1588] "d. inf."

[NI1589] He "lived several years in N. Y. City; ... Removed to Columbus, Mo., where he died"

[NI1592] [of Troy, NY]

[NI1594] "d. inf."

[NI1598] No birth or date death but died young

[NI1599] She "m. a Kellogg and had Sanford Cobb Kellogg and Fany Kellogg, who m. a Rollin."

[BI1605] ["History of Stonington": Nov. 9, 1788]

[BI1606] ["History of Stonington": errs in misprinting date as Nov. 2, 1766 (but placed between 1783 and 1788] should be Nov. 2, 1786]

[DI1606] "died in infancy"

[BI1607] Philip Cobb listed him as last on birth order on p. 119 but date of birth (29 Jul 1781) on p. 159 would not make him last born. Also Stonington records has his birth as Sept. 20, 1783.
["History of Stonington" has his birth as July 27, 1781]

[was 20 Sep 1783 a baptismal date?]]

[XI1607] [Robertson Yard]

[NI1608] He was a doctor and from New York.

[NI1609] [9Is Gardiner same as Gardner? There is a The Gardiner-Gardners website. Was she a dau. of
Benoni Gardner, born 1752, Connecticut, son of Abiel Gardner and Ruth (Shaw)  Gardner. He died 1835.
Abiel was born on January 20 1727/28, in South Kensington, Rhode Island.
Ruth was born in 1729, in Stonington, New London, Connecticut.
Benoni Gardner married Silence (Grant) Gardner circa 1775, at age 22 in Connecticut.
Silence was born on May 23 1758, in Stonington, New London, Connecticut.
However some online listing of children do not include a Mary.|
Also Daniel Gardner, second child and first son of Daniel and Bathsheba (Smith) Gardner was born Oct. 9, 1738 at Gardner Lake, CT and died there on May 12, 1806. He married on July 6, 1763 Elizabeth Clarke of New London, CT who was probably born in 1735 and died July 12, 1806. They had two daughters, neither named on a Gardiner-Gardners website; one died young and not named]]

[BI1611] [Dec. 14 / Dec. 26]

[BI1612] [Tarrytown, Albany Co., NY]

[NI1613] [1870 census]



[contributed to Isaac Cobb's account of descendants of Henry^3 Cobb]

[contributed to Isaac Cobb's account of descendants of Henry^3 Cobb]

[NI1614] [1870 census]

[He was the last person in Vol. 2 of Isaac Cobb's Genealogy]

[He was the last person in Vol. 2 of Isaac Cobb's Genealogy]

[DI1620] [9-19-1856 (isaac Cobb)]

[XI1620] [Cypress Cemetery]

[NI1622] He "lived at Columbus, Mo."

[NI1623] [Protestant Episcopal Bishop]

[BI1627] [also as St. Louis, MO]

[DI1627] [She died "leaving two daus."]

[NI1628] At time of book (1914) he was living in Denver.
"He went to Denver during the Rebellion and has grown up with the city."

[XI1628] [Riverside Cemetery]

[NI1631] She was the"sister of his [Charles'] first wife"

[NI1632] She was a "sister to the wife of his  [Sanford] brother Oliver E. Cobb"



She was a "sister to the wife of his  [Sanford] brother Oliver E. Cobb"

[BI1632] [calculated]

[DI1632] [Mass. Archives: 1893, Vol. 437, p. 551: Randolph Deaths, # 7]

[XI1632] [Wendell Cemetery, So. Franklin St.]

[XI1633] [Sleepy Hollow Cemetery]

[XI1634] [Sleepy Hollow Cemetery]

[XI1636] [Sleepy Hollow Cemetery]

[XI1637] [Sleepy Hollow Cemetery]

[DI1642] "died in infancy"

[NI1643] Sanford E. Cobb was the informant based on his own family history on much of the Cobb families from CT & NY in Philip Cobb's book.

[DI1651] [Gravestone Record: "died [worn], 1736/7" and the "date of her death must have been between 1 January and 24 March, 1736/7".]

[NI1656] He served during the French & Indian Wars in 1758 and in the Revolutionary War in 1775.

[BI1656] Date also in DAR Patriot Index (1966), p. 140.

[DI1656] Date also in DAR Patriot Index (1966), p. 140.

[DI1659] ["Cobb Genealogy" has date as May 1856]

[NI1664] m. (2) Lucinda Gilpatrick

[NI1666] "m. ________ McLaughlin"

[NI1671] "d unm"

[BI1672] 9 May 1764 or 10 Jun 1764? Jun date may be baptism.

[DI1672] ["Cobb Genealogy" has date as June 29, 1818]

[XI1672] Nealey Corner cemetery

[NI1673] "She m. (2) Shebna Sweet of Orrington, Me."

[BI1673] ["MF in 1790" Vol. 5 has birth as "c Sep 1770"]

[XI1673] Nealey Corner cemetery

[DI1674] ["Cobb Genealogy" has him dying unmarried]

[BI1675] ["Cobb Genealogy" has her birth as June 28, 1791]

[DI1675] "bet 10 May 1865 and Jul 1865 (will, Pen Co Probate 42:631)"; "Cobb Genealogy" has no date but states her death was by cancer]

[XI1676] Nealey Corner cemetery

[DI1677] Nealey Corner cemetery

[XI1677] Nealey Corner cemetery

[XI1678] Nealey Corner cemetery

[NI1681] Also have marriage for a Sabrina Cobb & Levi Bolton, Cumberland Co., ME, 10 July 1823.

[XI1686] Nealey Corner cemetery

[BI1690] [NOTE: Maine Families in 1790, Vol. 2, p. 133 had her as Sally Hatch, b, 10 Jan. 1783, dau. of Nathaniel & Elizabeth Hatch]

[DI1702] ["d unm"]

[DI1704] [date from gravestone record]

[XI1704] [Pine Grove Cemetery]

[BI1708] died young

[DI1713] [Isaac Cobb: death 14 Sep 1808, aged 50; evidently an error in date or years of age]

[BI1714] [Apr. 16, 1784 (IC)]

[DI1714] [Year oif death as 1847, aged 63 1/2 yrs. per Isaac Cobb; 1849 by "Maine Families" book]

[NI1720] "m. ___ Bowers."

[XI1721] [Forest Hills Cemetery]

[XI1722] [Forest Hills Cemetery]

[NI1724] CD #449: Local and Family Histories: New England, 1600-1900s

648 THOMAS J.7 EMERY (Thomas,6 Thomas,5 Thomas,4 James,3 James,2 Anthony1),
son of Thomas and Mary (Woodman) Emery;
married Nov. 14, 1830, Mary Ann Cobb.
  Children:
   1627  i    ELIZABETH D.,8 b. Dec. 31, 1833.
   1628  ii   HATTIE J., b. April 15, 1835; m. Oren Marston, 1850.
   1629  iii  HELEN B., b. July 15, 1845; m. March 30, 1864, John M. Stevens.

[NI1725] [This family's desc. from WFT1-Tree#4869]

[BI1725] ["Cobb Genealogy" has date  as Nov. 14, 1792]

[DI1725] [in Baltimore city, itself, per Isaac Cobb]

[NI1727] [Not shown in "Cobb Genealogy"]

[BI1727] died young

[NI1730]

[surname found as Rawlins or Rollins]

[BI1732] [in Falmouth, ME per Isaac Cobb book]

[NI1733] [Daniel & Mary (Brown) Cobb cited in Otisfield VR (Spurr) as well as their descendants there. Mary Brown was the sister of Rachel Brown, who married Chipman Cobb]

[BI1735] [in Falmouth, ME?]

[DI1735] []

[NI1737] [< http://www.whitneygen.org/databases/igmget.cgi/n=Muse?I10625 >]

["The History of Gorham Maine", by Hugh D. McLellan, Picton Press, Camden, ME (originally published 1903 by Smith & Sale, Portland, ME), 1992. Pages 829, 833-834.
                     "Micah Whitney, son of Abel, was a blacksmith. He served in the war of the Revolution and was a sergeant in the War of 1812. He married Hannah, daughter of Andrew and Hannah Cobb." ]

[BI1739] [as 23 Dec 1766 but likely 1776 or 1786 else over 57 with births]

[NI1740] [compiler of  "History and Genealogy of the Cobb Family in New England" (aka "Cobb Genealogy") about 1880 onwards until his death in 1890; edited in 1979 by Miriam D. Cobb]

[BI1744] [in Gray, Cumberland Co.?]

[DI1744] ["Cobb Genealogy" has death on June 23, 1816 and newspaper has date as June 17]

[NI1745] [A genealogical blog has a different Ebenezer Cobb as spouse (Ebenezer Cobb (b. 19 February 1721 in Falmouth, Maine who first married Rebecca Whitfield who died 1748)]

[She married an Ebenezer Cobb jr. on 22 Nov. 1770 at Cape Elizabeth, ME (was it a different Ebenezer Cobb, there is no Ebenezer, son of Ebenezer, so a title by way of age? If the older Ebenezer Cobb, it leaves this Ebenezer Cobb, b. 1747, with no marriage; yet Ebenezer Cobb is a "junior" per marriage so likely the one b. 1747. Also noted in her marriage note]]

[BI1745] [Sawyer: 16 June 1749]

[NI1746] [found as Nancy Cobb]

[BI1747] ["Cobb Genealogy" has this date as Mar. 14, 1775]

[BI1749] [26 Apr 1779: "Cobb Genealogy" has birth on April 26, 1779; 6 Sep 1779: "History" (probably baptismal date)]

[BI1751] [2 Feb 1784: "Cobb Genealogy" has birth on Feb. 2, 1784; 6 Mar 1783 from "History" likely a baptism date but year is 1784 not 1783; or 2 Feb 1784 might be the baptism date for a birth in 1783]
[Gray, ME VR has 2 Feb 1784 date]

[BI1754] [2 Mar 1792: "Cobb Genealogy" has birth on Mar. 2, 1792; 10 Aug 1794 per "History" may be a baptism date]

[DI1754] [1856 (Isaac Cobb) or 1855 (Philip Cobb)]

[DI1755] [unmarried]

[NI1756] "Much of the information concerning this family has been furnished by his daughter, Mrs. Mary Cobb Hoare of Manchester, Mass."

[BI1757] ["Old Families": July 29, 1806]

[BI1761] ["Cobb Genealogy" has birth on July 25, 1787]

[BI1762] [Date based on age given at death, also found as exact; else born in Danville, Androscoggin Co., ME]

[NI1773] [http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Fields/4791/barbourcollectioncanterburycadyand.html]

Probably the "Dolly Cobb" who married Benaiah Bingham; had a dau. Bede, b. 1775, Salisbury, CT. She married secondly, William Burroughs, 1799, Salisbury, CT. [see #4945, Cobb Genforum, 25 June 2001, by Dennis Swann]

[NI1775] [May have moved to New York, then to Michigan, leaving his two children after his first wife died.]

["History of Greene County New York (1884)" has "Simon Cobb moved from this place two miles west, where Mr. Robinson first settled and where Albert Lewis now lives.  His father, Miner Cobb, came from Connecticut among 10 pioneers; came first to Big Hollow. "]

[DI1775] [New York?]

[NI1776] [also as Liman]

[BI1776] recorded also as "Liman" or "Lyman".

[DI1776] [questionable as no record found and at an advanced age]

[BI1780] [Cobb: 14 Aug. 1786; Shepard: 14 Oct. 1786; Cobb Gen.: Aug.14, 1786]

[XI1780] "was buried on his farm"

[DI1781] [Cobb: "lived to be 90 years old" per Elisha Greene Cobb (birth would be abt. 1788,.
"Shepard Families"gives birth as "ca. 1791" and her death as "8 or 18 June 1859 ae 68".
Also date of death in 1859 given in "The History of Woodstock Conn." and gravestone record has June 8, 1859, Aet. 68]

[XI1781] [Woodstock Hill]

[XI1782] Shavertown Cemetery

[DI1784] [Per "Gravestone Inscriptions of Catskill Village Cemetery, Catskill, Greene Co., NY
Volume II (Compiled & Edited by Minnie Cohen, 1931) has
" COBB, Anson S., Jr., d. Catskill, 2 Sep 1841, 28 yrs ".
Place of death prob. based on cemetery location]

[XI1784] [Catskill Village Cemetery]

[BI1786] [estimated]

[NI1791] [In cemetry, listed near grave of spouse Anson Cobb is GRAHAM, Alice Twining, wife of James, b. Co. of Barnstable, Mass., 15 Feb 1772; d. New York City, 9 Mar 1851".
Perhaps mother or related?]

[NI1793] "He was a soldier in the Confederate army and was killed in the battle of Atlanta, July 20-22, 1864, but his body was never found."

[DI1793] [In the Confederate army, killed in battle of Atlanta]

[NI1795] [Amherst College Biographical Record, Centennial Edition (1821-1921)
  has

1236. *Cobb, Elisha Green.  S. of Anson S. and Nancy (Kingsley), b. Canterbury, Conn., May 2, 1831.  Phi Beta Kappa; Psi Upsilon.
Prepared Delhi (N. Y.) Acad.; A. C., 1854-57.  Union T. S., 1857-60; ordained as Presb., Je. 20, 1860; p. Peekskill, N. Y., 1860-66; Florence, 1866-1901; p. emeritus, 1901; r. Northampton, 1901-15.  D. Northampton, O. 6, 1915.

Married (1) Aug. 16, 1860, E. Meroa, da. of James G. Redfield, Delhi, N. Y., who d. F. 20, 1901; (2) S. 28, 1902, Emma S., da. of. of William B. Dowie, Brooklyn, N. Y.  Ch. Alfred; Mary E.; Harriet R.; James S. (A. C. 1892); Charles H. (A. C. 1899).

"Has 5 children."]

[BI1799] Date based on y-m-d of age at death.

[XI1801] [North Settlement Cemetery]

[NI1803]

[A genealogy has his marriage in 1841 but has his date of death as 14 Aug. 1832 with no age (year probably 1852 or later?)]

[BI1804] [28 Jan 1819]

[XI1804] [Pleasant Valley Cemetery]

[DI1814] [ ref.: Artemas C. Harmon, The Harmon Genealogy Comprising All Branches in New England  (Washington, D.C.: Gibson Bros., Inc, 1920; reprint 19 Gallant Drive, Saco, Maine 04072 : Historical & Genealogical Books On CD, 2000). The CD version consistes of digitized images of the printed book., page 40. ]

[DI1815] [Westboro Town Hall record: Book 2, pg. 116: aged 82 - 8 - 9]

[NI1816] Is this the Josiah Cobb who marr. Maty Lucas of Carver abt. 1826 [int. in Kingston]?

[NI1817] [He was a Clerk of Courts in Portland]

[BI1817] ["Cobb Genealogy" has date as Jan. 5, 1800]

[BI1818] [Dunham, ME?]

[BI1819] ["Cobb Genealogy" has different data, having her born "in Marlborough, Mass., Oct. 22,1800"]

[DI1819] [Westboro Town Hall record: Book 2, pg. 125; aged 79 - 4 - 9]

[NI1820] [Founder of grocery business in Boston as C. D. Cobb & Co. and Cobb, Bates & Yerxa]

[DI1820] ["Death of Charles D. Cobb" (Reed Collection, Cobb folder, Westboro (MA) Library); his home was on Main St., Cambridge; vacationing in Swampscott; funeral in Cambridge; burial in Mount Auburn  (Cemetery)]

[DI1824] [Westboro Town Hall record: Book 2, pg. 218; aged 61 - 11 -25]

[NI1830] [He had a marriage intention on 8/4/1810 to Martha Simonton (daughter of Walter Simonton, whose other daughter married James' brother Samuel) but was not married, as he did not return from a sea voyage (he was a boat-builder and mariner)]

[NI1832] [VR Cape Elizabeth, ME has her named Hersott Avery (1: 80 & 2:127) but also named Harriet (1:118)]

[BI1832] [VR Cape Elizabeth, ME has 18 Aug. 1795 per Text Errata following original "The Cobb Family" (PLC) but 8 Aug 1796 per Isaac Cobb book]

[DI1834] [Aug. 9, 1824 (Cobb Gen.)]

[XI1834] "(E. Cem. Portland)"

[NI1835] ["Cobb Genealogy" has Samuel Cobb (who married Mary Leighton) as a child of Ephraim Cobb (b. 1755) and Sarah Parker. Birth given as 1790 in Westbrook]
[Is this the Samuel Cobb, with wife Nancy Erskine, as the parents of Dana Cobb, b. in Maine in 1836 and buried in 1913 in Whitman, MA?]

[BI1836] [Isaac Cobb: "Family record says 'June 4, 1796 in Barnstable']

[XI1836] [Western Cemetery]

[BI1839] [(IC:) Feb. 4, 1812]

[BI1842] [in North Yarmouth (Chebeague Island) per Cobb Gen.]

[BI1843] ["Cobb Genealogy" gives year as 1812 and with next child's birth in 1814, appears correct while as 1813 in other books]

[DI1844] [in Cape Elizabeth (per Isaac Cobb)]

[NI1845] [ FTM CD#404]

[See : Lawyer Politicians in Maine -------  Lindley Murray Webb (b. 1849) of Portland, Cumberland County, Maine. Son of John Webb and Martha M. (Mayberry) Webb; married to Clara L. Cobb (1874). Born in Windham, Cumberland County, Maine, March 7, 1849. Republican. Lawyer; member of Maine state house of representatives, 1878. Baptist. Burial location unknown.]

[NI1846] [as found at Whitney Research Group - http://www.whitneygen.org/families/johnw/john6g3.html ]

[BI1846] [or Plainfield, CT]

[NI1850] [She was named "Bethia Harden" "at the division of the estate of Josiah Harding" in 1752 and not as Bethia Freeman]

[probably daughter of Josiah & Hannah ( ) Harding, b. 1716]

[NI1851] [Is she the Mary Cobb who married Joseph Melcher in Maine?]

[HI1851] (Research):[Is she the Mary Cobb who married Joseph Melcher in Maine?]

[NI1857] Perhaps spouse of Olive Armsby of RI (marriage in Dartmouth) or the Stephen Cobb of Holliston or the Stephen Cobb who married on 3/13/1777 (in Sandwich, MA? to whom?), reported on 3/18/1777 in Benjamin Percival's Diary?

[BI1862] [Isaac Cobb's Genealogy and Nathan B. Cobb's Genealogy have date as July 30, 1761; with Nathan B. Cobb's Genealogy having birth in Sandwich and not Barnstable]
[July 30, 1761 matches Sandwich record for her birth so baptism as May 3, 1761 must be in error]

[BI1863] [As 28 Aug 1766 by Isaac Cobb but probably transcription error from Sandwich record]

[BI1867] [She was probably born in Plymouth, Plymouth Co., MA. Also as 15 May 1732 (New Style?)]

[DI1867] [31 Mar. 1802 (Tupper)]

[NI1871] He may have died  before 1775.

[DI1872] "Not mentioned in will in 1775."

[BI1873] "Records of William Spooner"

[DI1873] "Records of William Spooner"

[DI1874] "Lucy Merry, decd., which Lucy died intestate and without issue."

[DI1875] "Olive Churchill, decd., ..."

[NI1881] [second marriage to Barnabus Downs, in 1759, per S. Roser ("Henry Cobb")]

[DI1883] [Hugh A. Zorger, 2002: < http://ourancestry.com/ged2www/html/dat610.html#4 > for places of death]

[BI1885] twin sister to Eunice Cobb.

[NI1887] [No birth or death info found]

[NI1891] [Probably the James Noble Cobb - of Cape Elizabeth.
Return of men enlisted into Continental Army from Capt. Joshua Jordan's (2d) co., Col. Peter Noyes's (1st Cumberland Co.) regt., dated Cape Elizabeth, Nov. 20, 1778; residence, Cape Elizabeth; enlisted for town of Cape Elizabeth; joined Capt. Maybury's co., Col. Francis's regt.; enlistment, 3 years; reported mustered by Col. Varrick, Continental Muster [p.673] Master, and Maj. Ilsley, County Muster Master; also, Private, Capt. Richard Mayberry's co., Col. Benjamin Tupper's regt.; Continental Army pay accounts for service from Jan. 16, 1777, to July 16, 1778; reported died July 16, 1778.( "Mass. Revolutionary War Soldiers and Sailors", Volume 3 page 673:)]

[XI1891] [Forbes Cemetery]

[XI1892] [Forbes Cemetery]
["in the cemetery on Barbour's Hill, near Allen's Corner, in Deering" (per "Cobb Genealogy"]

[XI1902] [South Otisfield Cemetery]

[NI1904] [in marriage recorded in Otisfield]

[XI1906] [Ruben Keene Cemetery burial]

[XI1907] Ruben Keene Cemetery burial

[XI1908] [So. Otisfield Cemetery]

[NI1913] Also a Sally Cobb found as marrying William T. Burgess on 13 July 1850 on Maine Marriages (internet).

[BI1919] [her birth is listed as there in death records of her sons]

[NI1925] [Cleveland: "Maria Cobb, 1785"]

[NI1926] [MD-NJ # 886-31025]

[DI1931] [Athough he had moved to Wisc., he died while on a visit to Pawlet]

[NI1937] [Cleveland: "Arthusa Cobb, 1798"]

[BI1939] [Cleveland: "1802"]

[NI1942] "of Hartford, Hartford co., Conn."

[NI1945] [Dates of birth and death from picture from Marilyn Canale (mcanale1@rochester.rr.com), 12-1-2005)]

[XI1948] [Hillcrest Cemetery]

[DI1951] "d. in the Revolutionary Army"

[NI1966] [also was a Brigadier-General in Maine]

[Difference in data regarding his wives' deaths in "History" and in "Genealogy". "History" gives first wife's gravestone data but "Genealogy" gives a date for first wife with what should be his death.]

[BI1966] DAR Patriot Index (1966), p. 140.

[NI1972]

[He lived in Cherryfield, ME (a first settler), then Steuben, ME (1808), Columbia, ME (1810 census), then Cherryfield, ME, then Steuben, ME (before death)]

[DI1972] [Drummond: Oct. 30, 1817 (also has different dates for childrens' births)]

[BI1974] ["Cobb Genealogy" has her having been born in 1812 in Cherryfield, ME; may have been in Steuben]

[BI1975] [As 15 Feb 1810 but "Cobb Genealogy" has him having been born about 1814 in Cherryfield, ME; also Drummond has 15 Feb. 1811 which matches age 69 in 1880 census]

[BI1976] ["Cobb Genealogy" has her having been born in 1815 in Cherryfield, ME; also Drummond has 24 March 1813]

[BI1977] [twin?; 24 Mar. 1814 or 1816?; Drummond has 24 Mar. 1816 date]

[DI1977] ["aged 74" - typed as 1800 but would be 1890 at age 74]

[BI1978] [He was born after his father's death; date also given by Drummond]

[BI1980] ["Cobb Family" has 1795 as date]

[XI1980] [Cobb Cemetery]

[DI1981] [As 19 Mar 1865 (Windham) and 1865 per gravestone transcription and not 19 Mar 1885 (Cobb Genealogy) so 1885 may be misprint; would be 1865 date, also not listed with Asa Cobb in 1870 census]

[XI1981] [Cobb Cemetery: 1796 - 1865]

[NI1982] VR of Greenfield, MA (p. 162) has a marriage on 13 Oct. 1847 of Albion Cobb and Marietta L. Warner. Same?

[BI1982] ["Cobb Genealogy" provides year of "1824" while "History" gives 1826 birth]

[DI1983] [Headstones Provided for Deceased Union Civil War Veterans, 1879 - 1903 (headstone provided for in 1879]
["Cobb Family":1878 death]

[BI1985] [Mar. 22, 1837 per "Windham..."]

[XI1985] [Woodlawn Cemetery]

[BI1986] [NOTE!: Date given in both sources but his mother was 50 years old when he was born, which was eight years after her previous child, if date is correct]
[1870 Census has him aged 23 which would make birth correct but may have wrong age]

[XI1986] [Woodlawn Cemetery]

[DI1987] ["Cobb Genealogy" provides date of "Mar. 19, 1858, unmarried" while "History" gives 1891 date (perhaps Sarah Elizabeth's death?)]

[XI1987] [Cobb Cemetery]

[BI1989] [15 Apr 1714 from gravestone record, Hunnewell Cem., near Westbrook, ME; "Windham ..." has date as Apr. 15, 1716]

[DI1989] [Also as gravestone record, Hunnewell Cem., near Westbrook, ME]

[XI1989] Hunnewell Cem. or Old Anderson Cem., near Westbrook, ME

[BI1990] See and

[BI1995] [calculated]

[NI1998] [gravestone has surname as Pinkham]

[BI2009] [Birth as 27 Nov 1730 per "History of Martha's Vineyard"]

[BI2010] ["History of M.V." has date as 17 Oct 1725]

[NI2013] She died at age 31, prob. in NY.

[NI2017] He "died aged seventeen."

[XI2036] [West Barnstable Cemetery]

[DI2040] [As March 10, 1816 (Asa Irish)]

[NI2041] (1) He prob. married Deborah Bisbee in Middleboro, 11/1832.

(2)  He may be the Daniel Cobb who died in middleboro on March 29th, 1877 "aged 79 years" [Taunton Weekly Gazette, Thurs. Apr. 5, 1877]

[DI2042] [in Plymouth per Middleboro Deaths (card index) 1853 - 1903, A - Y; Town Clerk]

[XI2042] [Cemetery at The Green]

[BI2043] [IGI film: Batch # C501701, Source call # 08737470IT2]

[BI2059] [Isaac Cobb had July 11, 1834 date]

[XI2071] [Riverview Cemetery]

[XI2072] [Riverview Cemetery]

[BI2076] [or Rockland, ME; "Cobb Gen. has date as Nov. 12th]

[NI2077]

["commanded the bark "jennie Cobb", and was lost at sea on its first voyage"]

["commanded the bark "jennie Cobb", and was lost at sea on its first voyage"]

[DI2077] ["sailed from Rockland to new Orleans ... and was washed overboard and lost" from the bark "Jennie Cobb" on its first voyage]

[BI2082] [Chandler: 22 April]

[DI2082] [Thomaston: Nov. 3rd]

[NI2083] :
Cobb, William Titcomb (1857-1937) of Rockland, Knox County, Maine. Born in Rockland, Knox County, Maine, July 23, 1857. Republican. Governor of Maine, 1905-09. Died July 24, 1937. Burial location unknown

[BI2083] ["Cobb" has date as July 28th]

[BI2112] [Eddy Family & Gold Star Record have date as 5 Dec. 1865]

[DI2112] [at Newton Hospital]

[NI2117] Marriage record with Sylvia R. Cobb states " "adopted" s. Margaret Barrows"

[XI2119] [Lakenham Cemetery; Row 1, Sect. "J"; d: Sep. 18, 1863, a: 69 y. (h: Capt. Charles Cobb); stone is broken, on ground in pieces but name and date of death on one piece]

[XI2131] [Burial Hill]

[NI2132] [1734-1816 in another online genealogy and with children born 1774 and 1778 but unlikely by this marriage (aged about & over 50 if born 1726; possibly her son Jabez's marriage?)]

[1734-1816 in another online genealogy and with children born 1774 and 1778 but unlikely by this marriage (aged about and over 50 if born 1726)]Spooner Genealogy has this Sarah Bertlett as married to Thomas Faunce in 1743.]

[XI2132] [Burial Hill]

[XI2134] [Burial Hill]

[DI2137] "prob." Eastham

[BI2144] Ref: Sandwich town records, Vol. 1, p. 96.

[NI2147] Probably, he is the Seth Cobb who married Anna Burgess (6/16/1770 - 2/21/1843) (widow of Reuben Weekes [b. 10/15/1776, Harwich; m. 9/21/1797; d. 5/19/1800 by drowning), who married aft. 6/1800. (Gen. of George Weekes, p. 81)

[BI2150] [Nelson book: year only]

[NI2154] He "was  a Wreck Master, having charge of all the ships that were wrecked off the Cape coast before the Life Saving Stations were built."

[BI2156] The book by John D. Austin, "Mayflower Families Through Five Generations, Vol. 6: Family - Stephen Hopkins" (Gen. Soc. of Mayflower Descendants. 1992.) had birth as 22 Feb 1732/33 but second edition has 20 March 1696/7 with a first marriage to a Hopkins.

[BI2157] [Vital Records of Plympton, Massachusetts to the year 1850, Births, p. 177]

[DI2157] [Vital Records of Plympton, Massachusetts to the year 1850, Deaths, p. 512]

[XI2157] [Hillcrest Cemetery]

[XI2158] [Hillcrest Cemetery]

[XI2160] [Hillcrest Cemetery]

[BI2164] [13th would be O.S.; 24th as N. S. as "lacking two days" from age 80]

[DI2164] ["Cobb Genealogy" has date as Aug. 2, 1811]

[DI2166] [also gravestone record]

[XI2166] in Cobb's Hill Cemetery

[DI2167] [Middleboro: "A dwarf & idiot"] [Cobb Genealogy has date as Aug. 12, 1794]

[NI2170] John Savery (instead of Severy)?

[BI2172] ["Churchill Family" does not list her as a child of Benjamin & Mary Churchill]

[DI2172] ["age 80 years"; if correct, birth would be 1742]

[XI2173] [Thomastown Cemetery - Records Of Cemetery At Thomastown]

[BI2174] [in Barnstable (?); Lapham (Norway, Maine): Ebenezer's birth date same but place as Middleboro, Mass.]

[XI2174] [Pikes Hill Cemetery]

[DI2175] ["wife of Joshua", VR, page 175 (Deaths, Congregational Church record)]

[XI2175] [Colrain West Branch Cemetery (see notes on spouse)]

[BI2176] ["Feb. 11 or 17, 1764."; also as Feb. 1, 1764 in Middleboro; "Cobb Genealogy" has date as Feb. 11, 1764]

[DI2176] ][as Nov. 30, 1842, aged 76 in cemetery transcription]

[XI2176] [Union Cemetery]

[DI2177] [Maj. Thomas Bennett's Records & gravestone record in Midd.]
[See http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ma/barnstable/obits/obi1842a.txt - Transcribed by Mercier, Jane "Newspaper Obituaries from the Yarmouth Register 1841-1846" - issue of June 9, 1842]

[XI2177] [Parish Burial Grounds at the Green]

[BI2178] ["Mayflower Descendant" 32:11]

[XI2178] [Thomastown Cemetery]

[BI2179] ["Mayflower Descendant" 32:11] ["Mar. 13 or 18, 1772."; "Cobb Genealogy" has date as Mar. 18, 1772]

[NI2180] She may be the Anna Cobb who married, on Nov. 25, 1795, Joshua Purington.

[BI2180] ["Mayflower Descendant" 32:11]

[NI2181] Philip Cobb received information whose parents she was born from by a Mrs. Darius Cobb.

[DI2181] ["aged eighty-three"; however gravestone has "84y"; died of consumption]

[XI2181] [Pikes Hill Cemetery; "84y; Relict of Ebenezer Cobb]
"

[DI2190] "He was instantly killed by a fall in his barn".

[XI2190] [Pikes Hill Cemetery]

[DI2191] [By an accident when he fell to the floor of his barn]
[Alt.: Mar. 7, 1857]

[XI2191] [Pikes Hill Cemetery]

[NI2192] [N1: Not in Philip Cobb's book but another family group sheet of this family includes these children:
F. W. Cobb (b. 1826,  Chelsea, MA), married Hattie S. (?);
Bradford R. Cobb (b. 1840, Chelsea, MA);
Mary L. Cobb (b. 1843,  Chelsea, MA);
Lettie A. Cobb (b. 1845,  Chelsea, MA);
Antoinette E. Cobb (b. 1846,  Chelsea, MA).]

[N2: Sylvanus Cobb was an author of an autobiography which included a memoir by his son Sylvanus; published in 1867; included an account of the Cobb family.]

[BI2192] Recorded in Chelsea, Suffolk Co., MA; also written as July 1799 elsewhere.

[XI2192] [p. 69, Chelsea VR]

[NI2193] ["settled in Norway" (p. 599) from 1807 - 1828  and "in 1828, moved to Oxford. ... He was Deputy Sheriff and town treasurer of Oxford" (p. 600)]

[BI2195] [1850 census has her birth in R.I.]

[XI2195] [Pikes Hill Cemetery]

[NI2196] She died (date not given) unmarried.

[XI2196] Pikes Hill Cemetery with no dates, next to Samuel Smith Cobb's stone]

[BI2198] [abt Jul 1822 by age given on stone[

[XI2198] [Pikes Hill Cemetery (as 7y 10 m;)]

[BI2199] [May 1830 date given in 1900 census]

[XI2199] [Pikes Hill Cemetery]

[XI2200] [Pikes Hill Cemetery]

[XI2201] [Pikes Hill Cemetery]

[XI2204] [p. 69, Chelsea VR]

[DI2209] [Residence in New Bedford]

[XI2211] [Woodlawn Cemetery]

[DI2212] [In "Soldiers' Home"]

[XI2212] [Togus National Cemetery]

[XI2213] [p. 69, Chelsea VR]

[XI2214] [p. 69, Chelsea VR]

[NI2215] [Almeda Hall ( ____ ) Cobb?]

[BI2215] ["Kent Gen." has birth in M'f'd on this date]

[XI2215] [p. 69, Chelsea VR]

[BI2217] [Funeral notice has birth as Aug. 6, 1843]

[DI2217] [at home (17 Hopedale Street)]

[NI2218] [(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Darius_Cobb) she and her sister were " lineal descendants of John Alden of Pilgrim fame"]

[NI2219] [(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Darius_Cobb) "was a noted American painter. Cobb was considered to be one of America's best painters during his lifetime, as well as a painter of society portraits, landscape, religious themes and historical costumes. He was also noted as a musician, singer, poet, lecturer, lithographer, and art critic."]

[Some information on this family added from e-mailing of "Some Descendants of Darius Cobb" by Stanwood Cobb Myers, a descendant, 10 Dec. 2001.]

[DI2219] [Newton Highlands per Stanwood Cobb Myers, a descendant]
also note "Who's Who" has date as 23 Apr 1910

[NI2220] [(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Darius_Cobb) she and her sister were " lineal descendants of John Alden of Pilgrim fame"]

[DI2220] [Newton Highlands, per Stanwood Cobb Myers, a descendant]

[BI2221] [also by Stanwood Cobb Myers, a descendant]

[DI2221] [per Stanwood Cobb Myers, a descendant]

[BI2222] [also per Stanwood Cobb Myers, a descendant]

[BI2223] [per Stanwood Cobb Myers, a descendant]

[DI2223] ]]As May 18, 1958 in Santa Clara per placement on Find A Grave website]]

[BI2224] [Newton Highlands per Stanwood Cobb Myers, a descendant]

[DI2224] [per Stanwood Cobb Myers, a descendant]

[DI2225] [May 1?]

[NI2226] [He was a noted BahŠ
Ū lecturer (introduced to the BahŠ
Ū Faith in 1906), educator and author and contributor to "STAR OF THE WEST" (In 1924 he served as editor of Star of the West) and later co-editor of "WORLD ORDER" Magazine until 1939. He published approximately twenty books on religion, education and philosophy, and several volumes of verse.]

[BI2226] [also per Stanwood Cobb Myers, a descendant]

[DI2226] [per Stanwood Cobb Myers, a descendant]

[XI2226] [Rock Creek Cemetery]

[DI2227] [per Stanwood Cobb Myers, a descendant]

[BI2228] [Not named in Cobb Genealogy but date of birth given; her name per Stanwood Cobb Myers, a descendant]

[DI2228] [per Stanwood Cobb Myers, a descendant]

[NI2229] He was the subject of a book by his mother  in 1852 ["Memoir of James Arthur Cobb", giving his years as "1832 - 1852"]. / Mass. Historical Society holding.

[NI2234] [Her name was Lura A. Hapgood but also name given as Laura A. although she had a sister Laura Jane.]

[BI2236] ["Cobb Genealogy" has her birth having been in Waterford, ME]

[DI2239] ["Cobb Genealogy" has date as Mar. 1, 1799]

[XI2239] [Parish Burial Grounds at the Green]

[BI2240] ["child of Levi" in one record (36); as "Mercy, dau. of Levi & Hannah" in another (# 30)]
["Cobb Genealogy" has date as July 13, 1795]

[XI2240] [Parish Burial Grounds at the Green]

[XI2241] [Parish Burial Grounds at the Green]

[XI2242] [Parish Burial Grounds at the Green]

[XI2243] [Parish Burial Grounds at the Green (transcribed record has Joseph E. Cobb)]

[XI2246] [in Cobb's Hill Cemetery]

[NI2247] He may be the William Cobb who married Mary L. Davis on 25 Nov. 1813.

[XI2248] [Cobb's Hill West Cemetery, next to parents' graves]

[XI2252] [Cobb's Hill West Cemetery]

[NI2254] [Not listed among children in "Cobb Gen." (Isaac Cobb)]

[NI2256] [NOTE: Yet Isaac Cobb's Gen. has a sister Mary, separately, in the family, who did not die young but married in 1825]

[NI2257] [Not listed among children in "Cobb Gen." (Isaac Cobb) and noted by "(?)" by P. L. Cobb]

[BI2258] [New York City/Florence, Mass.]

[BI2260] [Newton, MA: that part of Newton as "Newton Upper Falls" (Who's) or Newton Highlands](Cobb)]

[DI2260] Newton, MA: that part of Newton as "Newton Upper Falls"

[XI2268] [Brockton Union Cemetry]

[NI2270] Five children listed by her marriage: 1866 - 1878.

[NI2271] [Perhaps dau. of Josiah Whitman, bp 12/8/1751 in EB as an intention filed there in 1773.; married secondly as Abigail Cobb after 1785]

[BI2271] [Two Abigail Whitmans from Bridgewater married in 1773, likely either one born Mar. 22, 1746-7 or the other on Dec. 5, 1751, would be the spouse of Jeremiah Cobb. One born in 1747 died young, so other birth should be the spouse but have two marriages in 1773.]

[DI2272] [VR (pg. 297) has age 31 and adds middle initial (not in marriage intention) and date as 4 Apr.,both per G. R.]

[a. 31 per "History of Hardwick, Massachusetts: With a Genealogical Register:, By Lucius Robinson, page Paige 383. Death was less trhan a month after birth of son]
History of Hardwick, Massachusetts: With a Genealogical Register
By Lucius Robinson Paige

[BI2273] [His birth is listed in Hardwick, MA under "Cobb" as "Alanson A., s. of Alanson A. and Amidalia, Mar. 6, 1827."]

[BI2281] 11 June 1730 [Mayf. VR] or 11 Jan. 1729/30 [Mayf. Fam. #3]

[BI2282] [abt 1737 (Mayflower); 1739 (Thatcher & Frost)]

[NI2291] "an original petitioner of Wardsboro, Windham County, VT in 1787."

[DI2291] "of Dover, VT, s. Nathan, ...on a visit, bur. in P."

[DI2292] [as 1840/1]

[NI2293] Is Abijah the same as "Abiah" who married Bathsheba Blake and had a son Samuel in ME? see

[NI2294] [A website has his birth as 27 Sept. 1767 in Middleboro, dying 9 Sept. 1831 there; and as the Isaac Cobb who married Betsy Bent. Note: The birth date given was actually his baptism date and not likely the birthdate]



[A website has his birth as 27 Sept. 1767 in Middleboro, dying 9 Sept. 1831 there; and as the Isaac Cobb who married Betsy Bent. Note: The birth date given was actually his baptism date and not likely the birthdate]

[DI2294] [age 96 yrs.] [This Isaac Cobb may be confused with another who died same place & time per "Cobb Genealogy" (age not given) - see Isaac Cobb, son of Samuel Cobb]

[DI2298] ["Inscriptions in the Village Cemetery Moretown, Vermont", "Vermont Genealogy" magazine, Vol. 4, No. 1, Jan. 1999, p. 10]

[BI2305] [MF3: 20 May 1752]

[BI2308] [date also listed as 24 July (N.S.)]

[NI2310]

[died young]

[BI2316] [1762 by "Howland" (?)]

[BI2318] ["Mayflower Descendant" 8:28]

[NI2341] May be the Jabez who had children Hannah, Martha and Mary in Nova Scotia (or his son Jabez as dates "by 1794", "by 1795").

[XI2342] Laken Cemetery, Row 11, Sect. "P";  d: Aug. 20, 1803, a: 53 y.; (p: Timothy & Deborah).

[NI2343] "of Wareham, Plymouth Co."

[BI2343] [Gravestone record in VR]

[XI2343] ["at Sippican Cemetery, Marion. (Evergreen Cemetery on Route 6.)", also in Burgess Gen.]

[DI2346] [Family Bible record of Oliver Cobb has death in Wareham, Mass. although he lived in "Rochester, Mass., (now Marion)" ["Cobb"]]

[XI2346] [Evergreen Cemetery]

[DI2347] [7 Mar. 1885 per Family Bible record of her father Oliver Cobb (by whom added?)]

[As Mar. 8, 1885 in Find A Grave Memorial# 144772547, stone blemished and dates hard to read from photo]

[XI2347] [Cushing Cemetery]

[BI2348] [His birth may have been in Kingston and recorded in Rochester when baptised there. By date of death his birth was 16 July 1798 but another child was born in July 1798 and neither said to be a twin. NOTE: monument in cemetery has birth as "Mch 9, 1800"; assume that is correct date.][A typescript genealogy of this line does not have him in the listing of children but a Family Bible record by Oliver Cobb, the father, included therein, has Nathaniel's birth as 3-9-1800]

[XI2348] [family monument in Little Neck Cemetery; has wife Elizabeth S. with same date of birth as Lucy Haskell (june 4, 1800) but different date of death (May 29, 1876). Children named along with family story but only one child (not previously known) buried there ([children] "and Lucy the wife of Nathaniel Cobb were buried in five different cemeteries."]

[XI2354] [Cushing Cemetery]

[XI2355] [Evergreen Cemetery]

[BI2357] [Rochester record from gravestone record]

[DI2357] ["Cobb Genealogy" has Jan. 27, 1837]

[XI2358] [stone is alone, no wife on stone; next to Augustus A. Cobb's stone close to Oliver Cobb's family plot.]

[XI2360] [Old Landing Cemetery]

[NI2361] Marriage record has middle initial "A" but intent had "S" as does gravestone.

[XI2361] [Old Landing Cemetery]

[DI2362] [Isaac Cobb: place as Lexington, Lafayette Co., MO, USA & cause but no date]
[Cobb-Carr has date but place as Lone Jack, Missouri, during the Civil War]
[The Battle of Lone Jack, in Jackson County, Missour]

[NI2363] [Leander Putnam? who was bapt. 9/15/1844]

[BI2363] [in Nantucket, Mass. per "Cobb-Carr" ss his father was a minister in Nantucket from 1827-29, so his birth at Nantucket and also found as in Rochester]

[XI2363] [First Parish Cemetery]

[NI2367] [Three children by his two marriages per "Cobb Genealogy" but no distinction if by first wife and/or second wife; may be by first wife only covering dates of 1808 - 1815]

[DI2368] [Galen, Wayne Co., N.Y.]

[NI2371] ["He went from Cazenovia, N. Y. from Conway, Mass., in 1806, with his father and lived with him until Daniel arrived in 1810. He then went to Phelps, N. Y. and there m.      He died              ."]

[XI2371] Vienna St. Cemetery, Palmyra, NY

[BI2372] [However, of the four sources, "The Richmond Family" has different date 26 June 1801).]

[DI2374] [(VR) "Salvine Cobb, d. of Benjamin and Sarah (a. 4 y. G. R. 12)"]

[NI2375] [Listed under military history of Hardwick, MA from 1833 - 1835; later in Rock Island, IL where he held town offices.]

[BI2375] ["Spooner": July 4, 1808]

[BI2381] ["Cobb Genealogy" has date as June 24, 1821]

[NI2385] [per SAMUEL BEDLINGTON COBB, his father was James S. Cobb, born in Pennsylvania, son of Jonathan Cobb who moved to, and died in, Warren, Maine and James Cobb worked in Belfast, Maine and later in Cambridge, Illinois.]

[NI2389] [Levi M. Cobb]

[BI2391] Barber Genealogy
Author: Lillian May Wilson
Call Number: R929.2 B234w

This book contains the descendants of Thomas and John Barber.

Bibliographic Information: Wilson, Lillian May. Barber Genealogy. Nichols Print. Haverhill, Mass. 1909.

[NI2392] "is a farmer in Scott ... a justice of the peace; had one child, which died."

[BI2403] ["Halls": year & place only was given, "Fairbanks" gives full date & place]

[DI2403] ["Cornish, NH": date only was given, "Fairbanks" gives date & place]

[NI2404] "a nephew of C. C. Cobb" 

[BI2411] http://www.geocities.com/luvacuzn2/cobbHenryC1PatienceHurst.html

[DI2411] http://www.geocities.com/luvacuzn2/cobbHenryC1PatienceHurst.html

[NI2416]

[Ref.: http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/s/m/a/Christopher-Smart-ME/PDFGENE1.pdf]

[NI2418] ["Abiga, writes her name Abiga and pronounces it Abija, ..."
She also married "Henry Marston [ dup. ((s. Nymphas))]"

ref: Chris Cronin, cobb-l@rootsweb.com. 8 Oct. 1997

[NI2422]

He may be the John Cobb who married Mercy Shurtleff bef 1819 (intentions in 1809 in Wareham and died before 1859 in Carver.

[DI2422] [Middleboro Deaths (card index) 1853 - 1903, A - Y; Town Clerk]

[XI2422] [Union Cemetery: Section C, Lot 82]

[BI2423] [date same on gravestone]

[DI2423] [April 1, 1865 in Middleboro Deaths (card index) 1853 - 1903, A - Y; Town Clerk; April 11 in "Bent" but gravestone has March 11, 1865 date]

[XI2423] [Union Cemetery: Section C, Lot 82]

[BI2425] [Church record has her baptism as 17 Nov. 1814 (before record of birth in 1815).]

[BI2429] [as March 10, 1830 per Isaac Cobb's record]

[DI2429] [as Oct. 12, 1830 per Isaac Cobb]

[DI2436] ["in his 80th year"]

[XI2436] [Old Cemetery: In Memory of Mr. Nathaniel Pratt, Died December ye 29 1796]

[DI2438] His widow remarried in 1793.

[NI2439] [Perhaps a widow and re-married in Plympton as Meriah Cobb with Samuel Hackit, Mar. 8, 1778. (VR)]

[XI2444] [Union Cemetery]

[DI2446] [Middleboro Deaths (card index) 1853 - 1903, A - Y; Town Clerk]

[XI2446] [Union Cemetery: Section C, Lot 80 (no stone for his wife nor any children)]

[DI2448] [28 Nov 1897 per Shurtleff and Bent books but gravestone transcription has date as 28 Nov 1896 (86-1-1)]

[XI2448] [Union Cemetery: Block 13, Row 2]

[NI2449] [Two books (as sourced for birth) have this George Cobb as a son of Isaac Cobb and Eunice Dunham, but VR Carver (Deaths) has his parents as "Isaac & Betsey", thus different parental lines. Books do agree with his date of death recorded in Carver]

[DI2449] [Shurtleff: "Sept. 24, 1854" but gravestone transcription has 22 Nov 1854 (44-4-15) and other sources match date]

[XI2449] [Union Cemetery: Block 13, Row 2]

[XI2450] [Union Cemetery: Block 13, Row 2]

[DI2451] [Middleboro AR]

[XI2451] [Union Cemetery]

[BI2454] [Date does not match age at death per gravestone transcription (1 yr 12 dy) as birth would be in Aug. 1850; is the one (1) misread when four (4)?]

[XI2454] [Union Cemetery: Block 13, Row 2]

[XI2455] [Union Cemetery]

[BI2460] [gravestone has date of Jan. 2, 1825]

[XI2460] [Lakenham Cemetery]

[DI2476] [Carver Church Record]

[BI2484] [Lakenham, now North Carver]

[XI2487] [Lakenham Cemetery]

[NI2490] ["Lavina His Wife" on grave]

[XI2490] [Evergreen Cemetery]

[NI2491] Jerusha Barden, b. 1759, marr. Seth Eddy bef. 1780; so name Barden may be separate from  name "Barton".

[NI2492] [Sarah Soul, wid. [of Middleborough]]

[BI2497] [1804, gravestone record]

[XI2500] [Alden Cemetery/Purchade Cemetery]

[XI2501] [Cemetery at The Green]

[BI2507] [29 Jan. 1752 from Nova Scotia record.]

[DI2510] [Plymouth Church Records: Volume II, p. 390: Deaths in Plymouth by C. Robbins; Jabez Cobb's child - child not named but likely this child]

[BI2513] (Same date per FGS of Adele Needham of Dallas, TX in 1984, citing Amos Otis, 1888 book]

[BI2514] (Same date per FGS of Adele Needham of Dallas, TX in 1984, citing Amos Otis, 1888 book]

[BI2515] (Same date per FGS of Adele Needham of Dallas, TX in 1984, citing Amos Otis, 1888 book]

[DI2515] ["He died at sea in 1751, aged 21 years." however "Cobb Genealogy" has "d. unmarried Apr. 20, 1752", dying on homeward voyage from Honduras]

[XI2515] [Old North Cemetery, aka Old North Burying Ground, Truro.]

[DI2516] ["He died at sea of small-pox, .. aged 28 years." (also as 5 May 1763)] (Same date per FGS of Adele Needham of Dallas, TX in 1984, citing Amos Otis, 1888 book]
["Cobb Genealogy" has him dead in England of small pox]

[XI2516] [Old North Cemetery, aka Old North Burying Ground, Truro.]

[DI2518] ["in his 39th year":Records of Old North Cemetery, Truro]

[XI2518] [Old North Cemetery: "Here lyes Buried ye Body of Mr NATHANIEL ATKINS
who departed this life Nov'r ye 26 1762 in ye 39 Year of his Age"]

[BI2519] (20 Apr 1738 date per FGS of Adele Needham of Dallas, TX in 1984, citing Amos Otis, 1888 book]

[DI2522] (also per FGS of Adele Needham of Dallas, TX in 1984, giving no source info on her death but spouse is marked as Ms Needham's ancestor]

[NI2523] This person is replaced by Sabra Cobb, who married John Emerson, in a Mayflower genealogy.

[DI2534] Date of death given as "spring, 1900"

[BI2539] ["Tilson": 17 Feb 1749]

[BI2545] ["Doty": abt 1760]

[DI2546] ["Tilson": Apr. 1814, place not given]

[BI2553] [Eddy Family has date as 6 Jan. 1850, not agreeable with Carver VR with 16 Jan. 1851, but her death record has her as 1 yr. & 28 days old]

[DI2553] [mother listed as "June E". or transcription error]

[XI2553] [Lakenham Cemetery]

[XI2554] [Central Cemetery]

[NI2558]

[< http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~pickensarchive/NEF.html > has her marrying Edward KINGMAN on 08-Jun-1875, Middleboro after her marriage to Richard Cobb 11/13/1872 and 4 children from Kingman marriage in Middleboro and Calif.]

[XI2558] [Central Cemetery]

[BI2567] [calculated date]

[XI2568] Vienna St. Cemetery, Palmyra, NY

[XI2569] Vienna St. Cemetery, Palmyra, NY

[XI2570] [Palmyra Village Cemetery]

[DI2572] [see for
"OBITUARY: Mary Elizabeth (Casey) Cobb; Port Gibson, Wayne co., NY; (as)
submitted by Johnna St Clair"]

[XI2574] [Cemetery at the Green; as "Sarah Cob", near a "Mary Cob" (same style gravestone) who died 4/30/1727, aged 9 mo.]

[XI2576] [Pine Grove Cemetery (halfway up hill)]

[BI2579] ["of Northbridge" but birth not recorded in VR]

[BI2580] [calc. date]

[DI2580] [aged 41-11, from "pulmonary consumption"]

[XI2580] [Pine Grove Cemetery (halfway up hill)]

[DI2582] [age 1 d.; cause: measles.]

[NI2583] [Joel Orman Cobb b. 3/27/1849, No. Grafton, d. 5/23/1906; married and had 3 children who had own marriages. Is the record of an infant death incorrect?]

[NI2587] [Also find Info for this Benjamin Cobb's descendants from cobb-l, 3 Jan. 1998, posting by David E. Shannon; also additional posts at Tobey Genforum]

[NI2589]

[David Shannon, http://genforum.genealogy.com/fowler/messages/2048.html -  "Catherine (FOWLER) COBB had the interesting habit of naming sons after her brother-in-law!"]

[NI2590] Some info for family of Benjamin Cobb's descendants from [cobb-l, 3 Jan. 1998, posting by David E. Shannon].
He "migrated from Westbrook, ME to Iowa to Minneapolis" Hazel I. Cobb being his direct line.

[XI2592]

[NI2593] Info for Amelia Spencer as child of Noah Spencer from [cobb-l, 9 Jan. 1998, posting by B. Amato (RAwine)]

[NI2594] [Info for this Charles Cobb & descendants from cobb-l@rootsweb.com, 28 Oct. 2000, posting by Midge Corcoran  (and birth & marriage in "Cobb Genealogy")]

[BI2594] His birth eas either in Conway, MA or Marathon, Cortland Co., NY  (see gen. note)

[NI2595] [Ancestral line from
The LATHAM, LATHEM, LAYTHAM, LATHIM, LATHOM, LATHUM, LEATHAM, etc. -
Free Bulletin Board
LATHAM BULLETIN BOARD - SECTION 1  - 1997 Queries
NAME: Midge Corcoran zackery@ctaz.com  POSTED: 7 Oct 1997  MA

"... HANNAH LATHAM, the daughter of Robert LATHAM and Susanna WINSLOW. Hannah was b. abt 1665 and married Joseph WASHBURN b. 1649. Their  daughter Hepzibah WASHBURN b. abt 1860 married Benjamin LEACH b. 1675. Their  daughter, Sarah LEACH b. 1711 married a cousin, Timothy LEACH b. 1707. Their son,  Jonathan LEACH b. 1741 married another cousin, Abigail LEACH b. 1741. Their  daughter, Sarah LEACH b. 1776 married James JONES b. 1767. Their daughter, Hannah  JONES b. 1810 married Charles COBB b. 1800-1810. Their son, Charles A. COBB b.  1831 married Lovissa SMITH b. 1841. Does anyone connect with these ancestors?]

[Ancestral line from
The LATHAM, LATHEM, LAYTHAM, LATHIM, LATHOM, LATHUM, LEATHAM, etc. -
Free Bulletin Board
LATHAM BULLETIN BOARD - SECTION 1  - 1997 Queries
NAME: Midge Corcoran zackery@ctaz.com  POSTED: 7 Oct 1997  MA

"... HANNAH LATHAM, the daughter of Robert LATHAM and Susanna WINSLOW.

Hannah was b. abt 1665 and married Joseph WASHBURN b. 1649. Their

daughter Hepzibah WASHBURN b. abt 1860 married Benjamin LEACH b. 1675. Their

daughter, Sarah LEACH b. 1711 married a cousin, Timothy LEACH b. 1707. Their son,

Jonathan LEACH b. 1741 married another cousin, Abigail LEACH b. 1741. Their

daughter, Sarah LEACH b. 1776 married James JONES b. 1767. Their daughter, Hannah

JONES b. 1810 married Charles COBB b. 1800-1810. Their son, Charles A. COBB b.

1831 married Lovissa SMITH b. 1841. Does anyone connect with these ancestors?]

[NI2596] ["went to Kansas and died there" (Isaac Cobb)]

[XI2596] [Little Sioux Township Cemetery]

[BI2597] [at Kildeer, IL, USA or near Rockford, Winnabago, IL]

[NI2599] In records as Pettengill, but name usually spelled Pettingill.

[BI2601] [also as born in Deerfield, Franklin Co., MA]

[XI2601] [East Deerfield Cemetery]

[DI2602] [1813 in Barnard, VT (?)]

[NI2605] She married a Charles Cobb (no further info from "The Richmond family")

[BI2609] [calculated date]

[NI2613] "died in infancy"

[BI2614] [As 1784 in VR but as 6/16/1783 in "Plymouth Births, Marriages and Deaths" and Mayflower Descendant 19:7 and in Isaac Cobb's Genealogy]

[NI2617] [Lucas Family Gen. has two different Mary Lucas marrying Josiah Cobb but whether same or different Josiah Cobb is unknown (fours different in birth of each mary Lucas, different parents). Date of marriage for older Mary Lucas not given.]

[XI2617] [Old Cemetery at Kingston (next to Evergreen Cemetery)]

[NI2618] [her name on her daughter's gravestone]

[daughter of Abijah Lucas (Isaac Cobb), need to check]

[XI2618] [Old Cemetery at Kingston (next to Evergreen Cemetery)]

[XI2619] [Old Cemetery at Kingston (next to Evergreen Cemetery), next to her parents' stones]

[XI2621] [Union Cemetery: Section C, Lot 24]

[DI2622] [http://genforum.genealogy.com/cgi-bin/pageload.cgi?Cobb::bent::169.html]

[XI2623] [Union Cemetery: Block 10, Row 3]

[BI2625] [Feb. 27 on gravestone]

[DI2625] ["Age 87 Y'rs 4 Da's" on gravestone]

[XI2625] [Evergreen Cemetery]

[XI2626] [Lakenham Cemetery]

[XI2627] [Evergreen Cemetery]

[XI2628] [Union Cemetery: Section C, Lot 25]

[BI2629] [Birth recorded in Carver but Shurtleff has birth in Middleboro (all brothers and sisters except sister Lydia born in Carver)]

[XI2629] [stone in Union Cemetery]

[BI2630] Birth recorded in Carver but Shurtleff has birth in Middleboro (all brothers and sisters except sister Lydia born in Carver)

[XI2630] [Union Cemetery: Section C, Lot 24]

[BI2631] Birth recorded in Carver but Shurtleff has birth in Middleboro (all brothers and sisters except sister Lydia born in Carver)

[DI2631] ["Middleboro Deaths" gives place and date but age as 25; gravestone has date, place and age as 27y - 3m - 6d; "Shurtleff" has 29 Mar 1855 (different date from gravestone and age thereon)]

[XI2631] [noted in Union Cemetery, Carver but burial in Lone Mt. Cemetery, Grave #29, S. F., Calif. as aged 25 years]

[NI2632] Marstin Cobb's wife is not named in the birth records of the children in Carver, Plymouth Co., MA except gravestone record has her name as Ann.

[DI2632] [Middleboro Deaths (card index) 1853 - 1903, A - Y; Town Clerk]

[XI2632] [Union Cemetery: Section C, Lot 24]

[BI2633] Birth recorded in Carver but Shurtleff has birth in Middleboro (all brothers and sisters except sister Lydia born in Carver)

[XI2633] [Union Cemetery: Section C, Lot 10]

[XI2634] [Union Cemetery: Section C, Lot 10]

[NI2635] She was a poet and writer; lived in Brewster, MA; left material on her family, incl. Elijah Cobb, to Mass. Historical Society.

[BI2635] [Only 1853 date in Mass. Historical Society holding (manuscripts)]

[BI2636] [Gravestone has "1848" for birth]

[DI2636] [Annual Report, Deaths Registered in Plymouth, 1910, p. 75]

[XI2636] [Oak Grove Cemetery]

[BI2637] [Carver Vol. II VR has name as "Sidney Crasnel"]

[DI2637] [Gravestone record]

[XI2637] [Colebrook Cemetery,  Whitman, MA]

[BI2640] [Northampton, Mass./Peekskill, NY?]

[BI2642] [Boston, Mass./Florence, Hampshire Co., MA?]

[NI2643] Amherst College Bio. Record, 1821 - 1921:
http://www.amherst.edu/~rjyanco/genealogy/acbiorecord/1896.html#cobb-w a



3753. Cobb, William Anthony.  S. of Rev. Solon and Hannah D. (Anthony), b. New Bedford, D. 17, 1874.  Psi Upsilon.
Prepared Erie (Penn.) Acad.  Western T. S., Allegheny, Penn., 1896-99; ordained D. 18, 1900; p. Cambridge Springs, Penn., 1901-.

Address, 117 Lincoln Ave., Cambridge Springs, Penn.

[XI2654] [Oakwood Cemetery]

[XI2661] Evergreen Cemetery

[DI2663] [July 26 on gravestone]

[XI2663] [Evergreen Cemetery, on side with his wife; opposite side of her parents]

[BI2664] 5 Nov. 1831 (Shurtleff gen.)

[BI2667] 25 June 1839 (Shurtleff gen.)

[BI2669] ["born in that part of Carver called Wenham, March 27, 1841"]

[XI2669] [Evergreen Cemetery, on side with her husband; opposite side of her parents]

[DI2670] [aged 60 years]

[BI2671] see: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~dyer/thayer.htm

[DI2704] [Isaac Cobb has "Apr.    ,1876"]

[BI2705] "son of Zerubabel & Ann", by gravestone record, Hunnewell Cem., near Westbrook, ME.

[DI2705] By gravestone record, Hunnewell Cem., near Westbrook, ME.

[XI2705] [Hunnewell Cemetery]

[XI2706] [Hunnewell Cemetery]

[XI2707] [Hunnewell Cemetery]

[XI2708] [Hunnewell Cemetery]

[XI2711] [Oak Woods Cemetery]

[DI2713] [disease (cause) was "premature birth"]

[NI2715] Marriage not proven by record only that these were only two Cobb who died in Randolph from 1852 - 1900 and within years of each other.

[DI2716] [ "[Still] born"; note that Isaac Cobb gave date of death as Sept. 17, 1797]

[BI2720] Year of birth per posting of Cheryl Stanfield, Orange Co., VT Query Forum,  17 Feb. 2000.

[BI2721] [died in childhood]

[BI2722] Year of birth per posting of Cheryl Stanfield, Orange Co., VT Query Forum,  17 Feb. 2000.

[BI2723] Also have year of birth per posting of Cheryl Stanfield, Orange Co., VT Query Forum,  17 Feb. 2000.

[BI2724] ["Cobb Genealogy" has date as Aug. 28, 1798 but also found as 28 Feb 1798]

[NI2726] ["Cobb Genealogy" has her spouse as "William Earle"]

[BI2729] see Windham, Maine vital  records - Family records written by Samuel Dole 1897 -  at

[DI2740] "unmarried"

[BI2754] [as Sept. 11, 1778 date?]

[BI2761] [also from e-mail from Allen Peterson 12/14/1999]

[DI2761] 12/14/1999: e-mail from Allen Peterson

[BI2762] [Also per posting by Robin Davis on Windham Co., VT Query Forum, 28 Apr. 2001]

[DI2766] 12 May 1872?

[NI2767] "Windham Co. Gazeteer says they [i.e., Luther & Sally (Rice) Cobb's family] are reported to have moved to Conn. five births of children recorded at Somerset and no deaths of parents)".

[BI2768] Somerset, VT?

[NI2772] [This name was also the name of a sister who was a twin to a sister named Tryphena but died after birth (before birth of this Tryphena Johnson)]

[BI2779] [Also as per posting of Pat Maricich, Windham Co., VT Query Forum,  1 Jan. 2000 & 3 Apr. 2000.]

[BI2780] Per posting of Pat Maricich, Windham Co., VT Query Forum,  1 Jan. 2000 & 3 Apr. 2000.

[BI2781] [also in IGI: VT pg. 2,921.]

[NI2782] < Ancestry Message Board: Windham Co., VT - Mar. & Apr. of 1998, Marjorie Bednarek >

[XI2810] [Old Landing Cemetery]

[XI2811] ["at Old Landing Cemetery"]

[NI2812] ["Little Ollie Gibson" on gravestone]

[DI2812] [Hand-written record by Oliver W. Cobb has July 11 date (as documented in book by Harold M. Cobb)]

[XI2812] [Old Landing Cemetery]

[DI2813] [Hayes book has 1919 as death date as does hand-written record by Oliver W. Cobb, which has "1919" for date (as documented in book by Harold M. Cobb)]

[XI2814] [Old Landing Cemetery]

[NI2818] [Intention recorded in Rehoboth (p. 103, Marr. & Int.), not marked as "intention not recorded" in Norton.]

[DI2818] ["at the residence of her daughter, Mercy Waite, in Darien, N.Y. about 1852, age 84"]
[also as 21 Dec 1845 in Darien, NY]

[NI2824] [Was attached as son to John Sawyer & Rebecca Stanford as found in "Genealogical and Family History of the State of Maine, Volume 1"

but family register in "Genealogical and Family History of the State of New Hampshire: ..., Volume 1", pg. 101, has him as a son of Joshua Sawyer and Elizabeth with different date of birth as spouse of Joanna Cobb, listing their nine children.]

[DI2824] [Date per "Genealogical & Family History - State of Maine" was March 31, 1800]

[XI2824] "Meeting House cem South Portland"

[BI2840] She died young.

[BI2841] ["Lee, Maine" has date misprinted (as Aug. 6, 1899) and Crandall does not include his birth]

[XI2841] [Saccarappa Cemetery]

[DI2843] [gravestone also has date of July 7, 1825 (AEt 39 yrs)]

[XI2843] [Knight Cemetry: listed at http://www.westbrookhistoricalsociety.org/Cemeteries/Knight%20Cemetery.pdf]

[DI2845] ["Cobb Genealogy" has full date and place as Windham "on the same farm on which she was born, but not in the same house"; while "Adam Hawkes" has only the year with place as Westbrook]

[XI2847] [Cobb Family Burial Grounds, private cemetery (only stone left standing)]

[XI2848] [Saccarappa Cemetery]

[XI2851] Nealey Corner cemetery

[XI2852] [Nealey Corner cemetery]

[NI2855] "The Nickerson Family"

[DI2855] ["(now Dennis)"]

[BI2857] "(now South Dennis)"

[DI2861] ["Victor or S. Perinton, NY"]

[XI2862] ["Suisun-Fairfield Cemetery"]

[DI2874] [Melrose Hospital, - Deaths in Tisbury, Mass. 1906]

[XI2874] [Oak Grove Cemetery]

[NI2876] He "was a Sergeant in the 2d Inf. M.V.M."

[DI2876] He died as a fatality of the Civil War.

[BI2908] [Genealogy has date as 25 Oct 1839 but likely 1829 and not 1839 by date of marriage]

[NI2909] [Rev. Sinnett: "She helped greatly with this Cobb History, and gave" [a] "sketch of her life" (which followed)]

[BI2910] [listed as the fourth child, b. 1839, after the fifth child, b. 1836]

[BI2953] ["Cleveland": in Canterbury, Windham Co., CT; else in Newent, Norwich Co., CT

[NI2957]

[http://www.shaweb.net/Farnsworth/FarnsworthM/415%20Jonathan%20Farnsworth.htm]

[NI2959] [Perhaps Calvin Dutton Cobb, b. 1792, Pawlet, VT? He moved to PA after 1812 war; had at least 3 sons]

[BI2974] [Mar. 23, 1843 (per Isaac Cobb)]

[BI2975] [Mar. 27, 1846 (per Isaac Cobb)]

[BI2976] [Sept. 23, 1857 in Boston (per Isaac Cobb)]

[BI2977] [Apr. 4, 1855 in C. E. (per Isaac Cobb)]

[DI2985] [< http://www.sfgenealogy.com/sf/sfobicoa.htm > "San Francisco Call", 10 Oct 1894, p. 6.   "San Francisco Call", 11 Oct 1894, p. 10; "Mortuary Record of the City and County of San Francisco", Book M, page 34.  All transcribed by Ron Filion.]

[XI2985] [Laurel Hill]

[XI2986] [Brewster Old Burial Ground]

[BI2987] [Birth, per Isaac cobb, as June 7, 1834 (perhaps baptismal date?)]

[XI2987] [Bangs crypt monument, Brewster Old Burial Ground]]

[BI2994] [D. M Harding: 5/1/1736]

[DI2994] [tombstone record]

[XI2995] [Old Plainfield Cemetery: not dated]

[DI2996] [31 Aug 1863 perMiddleboro Deaths (card index) 1853 - 1903, A - Y; Town Clerk. GS has date as 30 Aug 1863]

[XI2996] [Oak Grove Cemetery]

[XI2997] [Old Plainfield Cemetery: not dated]

[BI3000] [Plainfield, CT?]

[XI3000] [Old Plainfield Cemetery: not dated]

[BI3008] [Feb. 1845 per 1900 census]

[XI3008] [Old Plainfield Cemetery: not dated]

[NI3011] 1900 census]

[NI3017] Not listed in Philip L. Cobb's History but his life story is in "History of Hartford, Vermont".

[BI3017] [Isaac Cobb's Genealogy has date as Aug. 17, 1763 as does Sandwich record, not Aug. 13, 1763 (Nathan B. Cobb)]

[DI3017] ["In Centerville, or "Sucker City", in that town" (N. B. Cobb)]

[XI3017] ["graves in the Hartford-Point Cemetery, Route 14 at I-91, Hartford, Windsor County, VT"]["in the cemetery at "The Point", near the village of White River Junction."]

[XI3018] ["graves in the Hartford-Point Cemetery, Route 14 at I-91, Hartford, Windsor County, VT"]

[NI3019]

[or as 24 Mar 1868]

[DI3019] [or as 24 Mar 1868]

[XI3022] ["graves in the Hartford-Point Cemetery, Route 14 at I-91, Hartford, Windsor County, VT"]

[XI3024] ["graves in the Hartford-Point Cemetery, Route 14 at I-91, Hartford, Windsor County, VT"]

[NI3029] IGI: VT - pg. 2921.

[BI3029] also in IGI: VT - pg. 2921.

[DI3035] [Death from "Massachusetts, Mason Membership Cards, 1733-1990"]

[XI3036] [Sleepy Hollow Cemetery]

[XI3037] [Sleepy Hollow Cemetery]

[BI3039] [11Dec1836 (IC)]

[DI3039] [Death Record in 8 Sep 1842 has age as 1 year - would be 1st son Joseph H. Cobb, b 1832 else should it read as 7 yr.? - NOTE: Isaac Cobb gives a marriage to him as Sophia Patchford]
[A Joseph W. Cobb of Hull is married (Ada S.) and living in 1860 near sister's family and Joseph & Elizabeth Cobb (parents) - sp. Ada Sophia Patchford])]]

[BI3040] [7 Sep 1833 (IC)]

[NI3044] [He was not listed by Isaac Cobb's genealogy of this family]

[DI3047] [his widow having married a boarder three weeks after her husband's killing (as reported then)]

[NI3052] Source for W. J. Cobb, parents and next generation was < Posting of Johnna St. Clair, 22 June 2000 on Cobb-L@rootswe.com >

[DI3052] Death caused by explosion of Ney York Central locomotive.

[XI3054] [in Harrisburg Cemetery in Harrisburg, Lewis County, NY per Cobb message board posting by "Julie" on 14 Aug 2001]

[XI3055] [Harrisburg Cemetery]

[XI3056] [Harrisburg Cemetery]

[NI3059] see Ken Painter: Genforum, Harlow Family, 31 Jan. 2000

[BI3062] ["Kingsley" has November 23, 1815 date (no place); her obit states it as November 15, 1815 and provides birthplace; "Abell" gives 15 Nov 1815 but place not given]

[BI3063] Place from Charles' death record at Attleboro City Clerk's office (8/16/2001); date from gravestone.

[DI3063] 1918 on gravestone; 10/18/1918 from Attleboro City Clerk's death record (8/16/2001) which has his father as Emmons Cobb.

[XI3063] in Woodlawn Cemetery (Smith monument).

[BI3064] [1848 from gravestone record, but 22 Dec 1854 from age on death record, Attleboro City Clerk's office (8/16/2001. "Henry Smith" volume has date of Dec. 22, 1848]

[DI3064] [Date from Attleboro City Clerk's death record (8/16/2001) [only 1936 on gravestone]. Informant on death record was Homer Cobb.]

[XI3064] [in Woodlawn Cemetery (Smith monument).]

[XI3065] [in Woodlawn Cemetery (Smith monument).]

[DI3066] ["the death of her unmarried daughter, Eunice, is also recorded there".]

[BI3077] Year by gravestone; and date by < http://top.monad.net/~vlord/Genealog.html >
[Packard/Perry Genealogy; Valerie Lord, 12 Wellington Rd., Rindge, New Hampshire 03461]

[DI3077] Year by gravestone

[XI3077] Maple Grove Cemetery.

[BI3078] [Year by gravestone; place by birth record (twice) in Brooklyn, NY; or from marriage record, in New York City, NY. Age given as 51 in 1910 census (1859 birth) and father born in RI, mother in NY]

[DI3078] Year by gravestone; and date from  < http://top.monad.net/~vlord/Genealog.html >
[Packard/Perry Genealogy; Valerie Lord, 12 Wellington Rd., Rindge, New Hampshire 03461]

[XI3078] Maple Grove Cemetery

[NI3079] He was a PFC U. S. Army veteran of WWI

[NI3080] [He was a U. S. Navy veteran]

[DI3080] [Annual Report, Walpole, 1986, p. 93; aged 85]

[XI3080] [Maple Grove Cemetery]

[NI3081] Also a separate marker for  Greta Cobb (1903 -  1989), there near gravestone (wife of Walter by gravestone heading).

[XI3081] Maple Grove Cemetery

[NI3082] [She was a "former librarian for the main Walpole library and the North Walpole branch"]

[DI3082] [She lived six years in a Norwood, MA nursing home before her death]

[XI3082] [Maple Grove Cemetery]

[BI3083] [Parents lived in Walpole; recorded in Walpole (208th Annual Report of Walpole, Year Ending Dec. 31, 1932: Births, p. 120) and Norwood.]

[NI3084]

[ Walpole High School Alumni Newsletter, Volume 9 Issue 2, Fall 2009:
Jean (Cobb) Hutchinson, '45 (Sharon, MA): Have been enjoying my first year at Avalon Sharon Apartments after 40 years in Foxborough. Spend time on genealogy, reading, and also getting photos in albums, finally! No longer drive due to health problems. Hello to all my classmates of 1945.]

[BI3084] [Annual Report, p. 46 has 23 June; "Hayes" has 3 June]

[XI3084] [Maple Grove Cemetery]

[BI3085] [Annual Report, p.32.]

[DI3085] [Annual Report, p.51]

[BI3086] [Microfilmed birth records, Walpole]

[BI3093] [date: gs; Raynham records have his birthplace as Plymouth]

[DI3093] [gs appears as 11 Jul 1865(?) but July 11, 1868 per Middleboro record]
[Isaac Cobb: July 17, 1868]

[XI3093] [Pleasant Cemetery]

[BI3094] gs record

[DI3094] [(Annual) Report ... for the Year 1871 - 2 [Taunton: Office of C. A. Hack, 1872], p. 11. Recorded on Nov. 2, 1871 as "Martha J. Cobb, 36, Consumption". Date also on gravestone.][Raynham Death Record, #14, Martha J. Cobb]

[XI3094] [Pleasant Cemetery]

[NI3095] On gravestone: "Only child of George E. & Martha COBB".

[BI3095] [gs and Birth record (#54) in Raynham]

[DI3095] [gs]

[XI3095] [Pleasant Cemetery: on gravestone: "Only child of George E. & Martha COBB"]

[NI3099] [dau. of Nehemiah Bennett? (see Bosworth Gen.)]

[BI3101] As O. S. or 18 July 1744 (N. S.)

[BI3103] [In that part of Plympton now Carver, MA]

[NI3105] ["Cobb Genealogy" does not have this Caleb Atwood birth but there is the gap from 1813 to 1819 in children's birth]

[BI3106] ["Shurtleff" has 1804 date of birth]

[DI3106] ["Cobb Genealogy" has date as 1825 in Mass.]

[DI3107] [not married]

[BI3120] [now in Carver, MA]

[XI3123] [Thomastown Cemetery]

[XI3125] [Records Of Cemetery At Thomastown]

[DI3130] [gravestone; age matches birth date]

[XI3130] [Rock Cemetery]

[XI3132] [Rock Cemetery]

[NI3133] [Name also found on gravestone]

He was a resident of Taunton, MA but of the Barnstable family and not of the Taunton families.

[XI3133] [Westville Cemetery: stone has his data, his wife and child]

[DI3139] "on Devil's Bridge ... in the wrecking of the "City of Columbus' "

[DI3140] [at Taunton State Hospital of "Acute Enteritis, Senile Dementia"]

[XI3140] [Westville Cemetery]

[NI3141] [Mary Kate Cobb (Isaac Cobb) and as Mary K. Cobb on her dau.'s death record]

[BI3141] [birth in "Newport, Mass." on her dau.'s death record]

[XI3141] [Unitarian Cemetery]

[BI3142] ["Shurtleff: 1852; "Cobb": 1853, same date and place but not year]

[XI3142] [Westville Cemetery: stone has her data, her husband and child; on reverse side from her parents' info]

[BI3143] ["Descendants of William Shurtleff" has birth in Newport, RI but Taunton death record has birth in New Bedford, MA]
[Isaac Cobb has date as March 20, 1857, in New Bedford]

[DI3143] [Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI; residence & internment in Taunton, MA; single; cause: "Diabetes Mellitus". Taunton Deaths, Vol. 12, p. 44, #391; date of record: June 7, 1915]

[XI3143] [Westville Cemetery, with parents]

[NI3144] [adopted son: "Josiah Gardner Johnson, a minor, and an adopted son of William Samuel Cobb, of New Bedford, may take the name of William Samuel Cobb' ... county of Bristol. [March 25, 1845.], p. 109 of "List of Persons .. 1780 - 1892"]

[ 
©2012-2016  MayflowerFaces -

COBB, WILLIAM SAMUEL:

He was age 43 when he signed on as captain of Co. G, 3rd MA Vol. Infantry during the Civil War and began recruiting fellow New Bedfordites to serve. In civilian life, the author of the book with this photo described him as "in the outfitting business" (presumably for whaling voyages) and a past city marshall. (There might be a better image in New Bedford archives or histories.) After the war he became high sheriff of Bristol Co. I found nothing about marriage and death on the NEHGS so do not know if he left descendants. Born in Rochester 1817, William was six when his father, Dr. Samuel Cobb died and widow Jemima (Perkins) Cobb seems never to have remarried. Dr. Cobb was the source of William's Priest, Allerton, and Eaton genes. See the other write-ups for the other lines, but his Gen 9 Priest lineage, starting with his father, is: Samuel Cobb, Sarah (Cushman) Cobb, Caleb Cushman, Sarah (Eaton) Cushman, Mary (Coombs) Eaton, John Coombs, Sarah (Priest) Coombs, Degory Priest of the Mayflower. [Note: Degory married Isaac Allerton's sister Sarah, so there are common genes there.] Sarah (Cushman) Cobb is in the Eaton & Allerton books; vital records on the NEHGS provide the other details. Image from John G. Gammons, The Third Massachusetts Regiment Volunteer Militia in the War of the Rebellion 1861-1863 (Providence: Snow & Farnham, 1906), p. 221, digitized by the New York Public Libraries.

[BI3147] ["Cobb": 5-23-1847]

[BI3150] ["in Concord or Nashua," NH]

[DI3150] [in South Union, ME]

[XI3152] [Union Cemetery: Section C, Lot 24: wife of Cephas Shaw Jr. formerly wife of Wilson Cobb (81-5-20)]

[XI3153] [Union Cemetery: Section C, Lot 24]

[XI3154] [Union Cemetery: Section C, Lot 24]

[XI3155] [Union Cemetery: Section C, Lot 25]

[XI3157] [Union Cemetery: Section C, Lot 25]

[XI3158] [Union Cemetery: Section C, Lot 25]

[DI3162] [She died unmarried and likely had her father live with her after her mother's death in 1879, until his death in 1899.]
[Deaths Registered in Whiman in 1908, p. 38; 34th Annual Report For The Year 1908]

[NI3168] Levi Cobb (Jr.) was not documented by Philip L. Cobb in his "History" and this link is maybe tenuous but probable in time and place and name.

[DI3168] [Mar. 17, 1868 (Middleboro Deaths)]

[XI3168] [Lakenham Cemetery]

[NI3169] [Thatcher has her father as Jeduthan Fuller but does not give any other data nor lineage of Jeduthan.]

[XI3169] [Lakenham Cemetery]

[DI3170] [He died at sea (maybe off Nova Scotia, Canada)]

[XI3171] [Lakenham Cemetery]

[XI3173] [Lakenham Cemetery]

[BI3175] [11/7/1844 or 11/9/1844 as in Carver Vol. II VR]

[XI3175] [Lakenham Cemetery]

[XI3176] [Lakenham Cemetery]

[BI3177] [Year 1848 on gravestone with wife and dau.]

[XI3177] [Lakenham Cemetery]

[NI3178] [Only listed as "Infant" in Carver VR Vol. II record]

[XI3178] [Lakenham Cemetery]

[XI3181] [Lakenham Cemetery]

[XI3182] [Lakenham Cemetery]

[XI3183] [Lakenham Cemetery; four other Cobb buried there, whether one child, his wife and two children or if all children (20+ years difference)]

[DI3187] [He died on the Havana expedition (the invasion of Cuba took place between 4 5 August and 9 December 1741 during the War of Jenkins' Ear.)]

[NI3193] [Not listed as a child of Simeon and Mercy (Cobb) Thomas in "Cobb Genealogy"]

[NI3195] "of Philadelphia"

[BI3195] ["of Philadelphia", at time of marriage]

[XI3195] [p. 69, Chelsea VR]

[DI3198] [Deaths at Wallingford: 92 years, 8 months, 3 days]

[DI3203] [Per Parish: "in late 60's in New York, unm."; date & place per Isaac Cobb, also as unmarried]

[NI3216] [5th son]

[BI3219] [Balch: "of Bartlett, NH"]

[BI3220] At Newburyport, MA or Haverhill, Essex Co., MA.

[NI3221] ["the rescued Arctic explorer" ... "among the icebergs of the Arctic seas"]

[DI3225] ["he was drowned at sea".]

[NI3227] He served in the Civil War. "He enlisted, in 1861, in the 23d Mass. Vols.; was in Burnside's expedition, etc; prisoner in 1864; mustered out March 1865."

[CI3229] [from Plympton Church Records]

[DI3245] [Deaths Registered in Plymouth In 1939; p. 94; aged 79-10-12]

[DI3246] [Deaths Registered in Plymouth In 1939; p. 95; aged 75-10-1]

[DI3247] [Deaths Registered in Plymouth In 1945; p. 68, aged 80 --- 5]

[DI3251] [may have dies in Providence, RI]

[XI3251] [Nemasket Hill Cemetery]

[XI3252] [Nemasket Hill Cemetery]

[BI3258] [24 Oct 1824 per Cobb A & D]

[DI3258] [at Cornish Flat]

[NI3261] She may be the Abigail Cobb (b. 1778) with dates in error on Abigail as "History of Stonington" doesn't include an Abigail Cobb in 1778.

[NI3263] [In 1850 census she was in John Hammond's household, aged 15 with a John Haskins, aged 22 there. Was she a sister to John or wife? Did she then marry Job Hammond (aged 22 in parents' home in 1850) after 1850 or already married to John Haskins and then married Job Hammond before 1860?]

[DI3266] [July 29, 1859 (Isaac Cobb, 1:263)]

[BI3273] [ Alt.: Flint Michigan]

[BI3274] ["Durfee": 10-21-1874; "Cobb": 10-18-1874]

[BI3277] [In Waltham, Middlesex Co., Mass. if a later date, else in Freetown]

[DI3279] ["Cobb Genealogy" has date as July 29, 1864]

[BI3284] ["Cobb Genealogy" has her birth as June 1837]

[BI3299] [died in infancy]

[BI3306] ["Cobb Genealogy" has his birth as Jan. 19, 1862]

[NI3312] [a Methodist minister in Nebraska]

[BI3315] ["Cobb Genealogy" has her birthplace as ' "Cranshe", Northumberland County, Canada West']

[DI3322] [in Gorham or Falmouth, ME]

[NI3326] [1870 census]

[BI3327] [History of Lewiston, Maine]

[NI3332]

[NI3333]

[BI3338] [29d 9m 1818, Providence Record of Friends. Births]

[DI3339] [he "was thrown from a horse ... and died immediately, on the day that he was to receive his diploma" after studying to be a doctor]

[NI3341] [See familty at ]

[NI3351] [probably should be Nabby Cobb]

[XI3352] [Eastern Cemetery]

[XI3356] [Cobb Hill Road Cemetery]

[BI3357] ["the first male child born in Otisfield" (2: 490); Vital records of Otisfield, Maine, to the year 1892; births, marriages and deaths; Spurr, William S., 1892]

[XI3372] [So. Otisfield Cemetery]

[NI3373] A Cynthia M. Cobb married in Cumberland Co., ME on 3 Mar. 1862, Daniel W. Ames; same person?

[XI3375] [Evergreen Cemetery]

[NI3387] [According to Philip L. Cobb ("A History of The Cobb Family, Part IV, Boston Family"),  Ahira Cobb was "a descendant of Samuel Cobb of Tolland, CT"  (4th gen. desc. of Henry Cobb of Barnstable, MA)  See Barnstable line.]

[BI3388] She was aged 31 in 1850 census.

[DI3388] "at her residence, No. 1369 Euclid avenue."

[NI3389] Cobb Family of Cleveland Ohio posting by David K. Root, 15 Sept. 2001;
< http://genforum.genealogy.com/cobb/messages/5298.html >

[XI3395] [Lake View Cemetery]

[DI3400] [U.S. Federal Census Mortality Schedules, 1850-1885, Census Year: 1870,
aged 72, from Apoplexy]

[NI3402] [in marriage int. recorded in Otisfield]

[XI3402] [South Otisfield Cemetery (Find A Grave Memorial# 57696854)]

[NI3413]

[married Louisa ____ ]

[BI3413] [Date by Isaac Cobb was "Jan. 7, 1839"]

[DI3414] [Whitman book: 28 Oct 1833]

[XI3414] [Highland Cemetery, Rt. 18, Weymouth]

[XI3416] [Burial Hill]

[DI3417] [departed this life May 15, 1837]

[XI3417] [Burial Hill]

[BI3424] [calculated date; birthplace from daughter's birth record]

[XI3424] Gravestone record, Colebrook Cemetery,  Whitman, MA

[XI3430] [Conant Street Cemetery, with his two wives]

[XI3431] [Conant Street Cemetery, with her husband and his second wife]

[XI3432] [Conant Street Cemetery, with her husband and his previous wife]

[NI3443] ! from Chrisell Cronin posting to MAPLYMOU-L@rootsweb.com;  on Henrietta WADE MARSTON, 1800's Halifax, MA; Sun, 27 Sep 1998 !

[NI3444] ! from Chrisell Cronin posting to MAPLYMOU-L@rootsweb.com;  on Henrietta WADE MARSTON, 1800's Halifax, MA; Sun, 27 Sep 1998 !

[DI3451] [unmarried]

[XI3455] [Nemasket Cem.]

[DI3456] [Howland: 1778, aged 30 years)]

[XI3459] [Wood Cemetery]

[NI3466] Familysearch.com: source is film no. 2034610

[BI3466] calculated date]

[DI3466] [also death record of Plymouth; aged 2y-0m-9d (Mass Archives roll, Vol. 121, p. 260, #70)]

[DI3477] [1830 or 1831]

[BI3484] ["Middleboro or Norton"]

[DI3486] [Record 474: Deaths 1903 from May 1, Vol. 45 (Registers of Vital Statistics Ser. 1411,  Roll 44. Widow, aged 80y 4m 12d]

[XI3486] [Evergreen Cemetery (per death record)]

[DI3499] [Mass. Archives: 1899, p. 165: Carver Deaths, # 5]

[BI3513] [date from Bible record]

[BI3514] [Date of 14 May 1847 from Bible record] [Note: 24 May 1847 also calculated from age at death (Plymouth Annual Report)]

[DI3514] [Annual Report, Deaths Registered in Plymouth, 1910, p. 77]
[1910 (year only) date from Bible record]

[BI3515] [also date from Bible record]

[BI3517] [also date from Bible record]

[XI3518] [recorded as Holbrook lot, Sumner St. Cemetery but in Vine Hill Cem./Oak Grove Cem. (off Summer St.) in a Holbrook lot]

[NI3520] [marriage record]

[BI3520] [book has her date as 1843 but gravestone record has 1848]

[DI3520] [also by gravestone record]

[XI3520] [recorded as Holbrook lot, Sumner St. Cemetery but in Vine Hill Cem./Oak Grove Cem. (off Summer St.) in a Holbrook lot]

[XI3522] [Burial Hill]

[NI3529] [< http://www.rootsweb.com/~macplymo/plyalpgr_b1.html >]

[BI3529] [calculated date]

[BI3537] [calculated date]

[DI3537] [aged 75y - 11m - 20d; at taunton State Hospital (residence was Kingston, Mass.)]

[XI3537] [Vine Hill Cemetery (from death record)]

[DI3554] [Annual Report, Deaths Registered in Plymouth In 1911, p. 99]

[NI3558] "of Erie, Penn."

[BI3566] [1834 likely]

[DI3568] lost at sea.

[DI3569] "lost at sea near Vigo, Spain, 1 or 5 Dec. 1872"

[XI3570] Evergreen Cemetery

[DI3572] He died at sea.

[BI3574] Calculated date

[BI3580] Calculated date

[DI3580] aged 33 years and 3 months.

[BI3581] calculated date.

[BI3586] [not given a name in birth but has given name in death]

[DI3586] [a. 10 m. & 24 d.]

[DI3590] [Alt.: Vassalboro, Kennebec Co., Maine]
[NOTE: Hugh A. Zorger, 2002, has
< http://ourancestry.com/ged2www/html/dat610.html#4 > for place of death as Manchester, ME; also has place listed at ; Manchester is a town in Kennebec County, Maine]

[DI3614] [Middleboro Deaths (card index) 1853 - 1903, A - Y; Town Clerk]

[XI3614] [Cemetery at The Green]

[BI3615] [birth record has date as Nov. 13, 1833 but has death date and correct age for 1830 birth]

[DI3615] [Middleboro Deaths (card index) 1853 - 1903, A - Y; Town Clerk; ; gravestone (Brother)  has same age and dates of birth and death]

[XI3615] [Cemetery at The Green]

[DI3617] [Annual Report of Middleboro]

[XI3617] [Cemetery at the Green]

[BI3618] [She was aged 62 in 1865 census and aged 56 in 1855 census]

[DI3618] [Middleboro Deaths (card index) 1853 - 1903, A - Y; Town Clerk]

[NI3620] [per Stanwood Cobb Myers, a descendant]

[XI3620] [Old Ashland Cemetery]

[BI3621] [per Stanwood Cobb Myers, a descendant]

[DI3621] [per Stanwood Cobb Myers, a descendant]

[XI3621] [Old Ashland Cemetery]

[BI3622] [twin; dates per Stanwood Cobb Myers, a descendant]

[BI3623] [twin; dates per Stanwood Cobb Myers, a descendant]

[DI3623] [per Stanwood Cobb Myers, a descendant]

[BI3624] [estimated]

[BI3625] [per Stanwood Cobb Myers, a descendant]

[DI3625] [per Stanwood Cobb Myers, a descendant]

[XI3625] Ewing Church Cemetery (per Stanwood Cobb Myers, a descendant)]

[BI3626] [Boston, Mass. per Stanwood Cobb Myers]

[XI3626] [Cremated]

[XI3627] [Ewing Church Cemetery]

[NI3629] [per Stanwood Cobb Myers]

[NI3645] [Jane Cole - Joanna Strong]

[XI3645] [Prosper Cemetery]

[XI3652] [Cobb Plot]

[BI3655] [in Windham per "Hall" but in Falmouth per Bible record]

[NI3657] [name changed by herself]

[DI3663] ["Cobb Genealogy" has his death in "Ohio, Oct. 14, 1844"]

[DI3665] [Winslow: 1874]

[DI3666] ["Cobb Gen." has date as Feb. 16th]

[XI3667] [Pine Grove Cemetery in Elm Avenue Lot]

[DI3669] [Winslow: Jan. 27th]

[BI3674] ["Cobb": Sept. 12, 1826]

[NI3680] FTM#523

[BI3680] [10 Jul 1854?]

[BI3684] [As Oct. 11, 1863 per "Windham ..."]

[BI3691] [in "Falmouth (Westbrook), Me." per Isaac Cobb]

[BI3703] [249th AR of the Town of Walpole 1973; Births Recorded 1973, p. 69]

[BI3704] [251st  AR of the Town of Walpole 1975, Births Recorded 1975, p. 96]

[XI3709] [Rural Cemetery, per death record in Brockton

[BI3714] ["History of Woodstock, Vermont" has birth in Middleboro; "Churchill" has birth in Woodstock, VT]

[BI3718] [she died "at the age of twenty-four"]

[NI3724] ["Ed. note: Re-entry of Sep 23 __98. It can not be determined firmly whether there is or is not a comma in the original between "Seth" and "Cobb" and the possibility seems to exist that the first person named may be Seth Cobb, either as a child of the Leonards or as an entirely independent individual.")]

[NI3725] [He was a member of the Charles Street Baptist Church in Boston, Massachusetts and gave well to church and charity]
[Baker Library has 8 pg. booklet: "Memoir of Nathaniel Ripley Cobb, the Christian merchant." ]

[BI3725] ["in Falmouth (Westbrook)"]

[NI3743] [The Sarah Eddy Cobb who married William Pettee and is buried in Plainville, MA's Shepardville Cemetery]

[XI3743] [Shepardville Cemetery]

[NI3750] [He lived in Falmouth (Cape Elizabeth) Maine]
[Isaac Cobb's Genealogy has a second marriage with Joseph Cobb, with Anna (Dyer) Strout]

[DI3750] [Per one of a group of Family Group Sheets on this family in Maine. This Joseph Cobb has same place & date of death as another Joseph (son of Joseph Cobb); one is probably incorrect]

[NI3754] [Family Group Sheet of Caroline S. Ruda (of New York, NY; Aug. 1985) has this Ebenezer Cobb as spouse of Rachel Sawyer with same marriage date instead of Ebenezer Cobb, son of Jonathan, born 1722, who has same spouse, as second wife]

[DI3754] [Rachael Cobb, widow of Ebenzer, and Lemuel Sawyer ... purchased lot 103, Dec. 12, 1777 (Durham record)]

[DI3761] [gravestone] [Death, when hanging up coat on return to home, noted in Apr. 6, 1826 newspaper "Christian Mirror"]

[XI3761] [Cobb Plot]

[DI3763] ["at the home of her niece Mrs. Abbie Rich"]

[BI3765] (or Gorham, ME]

[BI3766] [4 Apr 1785 by age given at death by Isaac Cobb]

[XI3768] [Center Lovell Cemetery]

[DI3769] ["while on a visit to her daughter"]

[DI3771] (per FGS of Alene Altenbach Stoner of Helena, MT in 1987, giving no source info]

[DI3777] [He "died of disease" in the Civil War]

[XI3777] [Prospect Hill Cemetery (a "final resting place for soldiers who died of their wounds after the Battle of Gettysburg")]

[NI3779] [ ]

[BI3780] [Rumford, ME has record of birth along with her siblings]

[BI3792] ["Cobb Genealogy" has date as July 13, 1818]

[BI3793] ["Rumford" has name as Ivy Atwood Putnam; "Cobb Genealogy" has name as Ira Atwood with spouse's name]

[NI3808] ["Res., West Lebanon. Unm."]

[BI3811] [Nov. 9th (Isaac Cobb)]

[XI3811] [East Plainfield Cemetery]

[BI3812] [dates are different by the sources found as Isaac Cobb has 12/16/1856 birth]

[BI3814] [dates are different by the sources found as Isaac Cobb has 7/16/1858 birth]

[NI3815] ["Penniman" has spouses of Minnie and Myra Cobb interchanged (Myra m. ____ Poole, Minnie m. ____ Clayton)]

[XI3819] [East Plainfield Cemetery]

[BI3827] [New Hampshire, Death and Burial Records Index, 1654-1949 has her birth place as Cornish, New Hampshire (which was her father's birthplace)]

[DI3827] [New Hampshire, Death and Burial Records Index, 1654-1949, as Jurusha Spaulding]

[BI3835] ["Cobb Genealogy" has her date of birth as July 17, 1832]

[BI3837] [In Ashland, Middlsex Co., MA, USA per "Cornish" book; in Lebanon, NH per Isaac Cobb book]

[BI3839] [Per Isaac Cobb: May 19 but May 16 per F&E Cobb ms][Per Isaac Cobb: May 19 but May 16 per F&E Cobb ms]

[DI3839] [Death not recorded in Isaac Cobb's Genealogy]

[NI3840] [Funeral article in newspaper "Fitchburg Sentinel" (Fitchburg, Massachusetts) under Ashburnham news on 27 Dec 1917, Thurs., Page 8 with funeral at home of Dr. & Mrs. H. S. Cowell. A service was held at her home at 10 Park Avenue in Roxbury on 25 Dec.]

[XI3840] [Burial in a Cowell lot of a cemetery per newspaper article]

[BI3849] [named in settlement of father's will]

[DI3851] [SSDI]

[BI3853] [from a Family Record hand-written by Oliver W. Cobb, only date given.]

[BI3854] [from a Family Record hand-written by Oliver W. Cobb, only date given.]

[BI3855] [from a Family Record hand-written by Oliver W. Cobb, only date given.]

[BI3856] [from a Family Record hand-written by Oliver W. Cobb, only date given.]

[BI3857] [from a Family Record hand-written by Oliver W. Cobb, only date given.]

[BI3858] [from a Family Record hand-written by Oliver W. Cobb, only date given.]

[NI3873]

[She was "a descendant of Benjamin Church, the Indian fighter, and Richard Warren of the Mayflower"]

[XI3873] [Newton Cemetery]

[NI3876] [Likely the plumber F. E. Cobb listed in Norwood AR (Y/E 1/31/1900) for plumbing inspection of "N.Y., N. H. & H.H.  R. R.", for Aug. 28th .]

[DI3878] [at Taunton State Hospital; cause: "Arteriosclerosis" and "Dementia praecox"; residing in Taunton][Vol. 13, p. 7, #559, Taunton]

[XI3878] [Evergreen Cem.]

[DI3879] [at Taunton Insane Hospital; cause: "senile dementia"; aged 87, single; her father, mother, and birthplace named; her residence was Middleboro; internment listed as Thomaston, Cem., Middleboro. Date of record: Oct. 24, 1904; Taunton Deaths, Vol. 8, pg. 125, #569]

[BI3880] [gravestone]

[XI3880] [Westville Cemetery]

[DI3881] [per Taunton Directory 1937, p. 135]

[XI3881] [Mayflower Cemetery]

[BI3882] [gravestone record: 9 Apr 1843; calculated date would be 9 Dec 1851 (with baptism  in 1849)]

[DI3882] [date per Taunton Directory 1933, p. 133; also Taunton record, aged 80y - 3m - 9d]

[XI3882] [Mayflower Cemetery]

[NI3885] [Perley (GL)]

[NI3893] [name given in death record]

[Birth record has name as "Charles Edwin Cobb", but death record and gravestone in Grafton has name as "Edwin C. Cobb"]

[XI3893] [Pine Grove Cemetery (halfway up hill)]

[XI3895] [Parish Burial Grounds at the Green]

[NI3896] [Line 17: Shaw, Abigail, W, F, 67, Wd, Keeps House, Mass., Mass., Mass.]

[BI3896] [Date given as Feb. 11th 1813 but an earlier daughter Abigail was still living (died in Oct. 1813); however age at death puts 1813 as year of birth]

[DI3896] [age at death (78-10-14) puts year as 1892]

[DI3897] [1849 "in Worcester Asylum" but in 1847 (age 43) per Abraham Sampson website http://pilgrimhenrysamsonkindred.org ]

[BI3898] [Card for birth has marriage to Luther Shaw and death date in 1891 (aged 78) added in; this addition should be for sister born afterward)

[NI3899] [Perhaps they had a son George S. Cobb who married Mabel kent bef 1900 and had children in New bedford, MA]

[BI3899] [Second marriage record (1872) has May 1, 1809 birth and date of death also added there.Age at death listed makes 1807 birth correct.]

[DI3899] [also from Middleboro Marriages (card index) 1854 - 1903 (birth and death added on card)]

[XI3899] [Unnamed cemetery where Nelson Thomas' family is buried]
[as Fall Brook Cemetery in Middleboro per Find A Grave Memorial# 76479359]

[NI3916] [http://books.google.com/books --
The Ministerial directory: of the ministers in the Presbyterian ..., Volume 1 By Edgar Sutton Robinson
The Presbyterian Ministerial Directory (Northern), 1898. p. 213

COBB, Ebenezer Baker, Elizabeth, N. J. - Born, Auburn, N. Y., 1855; Ham C.,N. Y., B. A., '75, D. D., '95; Aub. T. S., N. Y., '79; P. G. Un. T. S., N. Y., '79-80; Lic. '78, Pby. of cayuga; Ord. '80, Pby. of Ramapo; P. 1st Ch., Ramapo, N. Y., '80-86; P. 2nd Ch., Elizabeth, N. J., '86 - : Author, "History of the Town of Ramapo."]

[http://www.archive.org/stream/generalbiographi00adamuoft/generalbiographi00adamuoft_djvu.txt
A GENERAL BIOGRAPHICAL CATALOGUE OF AUBURN THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY 1818 - 1918; Auburn Seminary Press, Auburn, N. Y., 1918:
1879  GRADUATES ----
EBENEZER BAKER COBB, D.D., b. Auburn, Oct. 23, 1855; Ham. Col. 1875; D.D., Ham. Col. 1895; prin. High Scji., Saratoga, N. Y., 1875-6; Aub. 1876-9; Union T. S., 1879-80; m. Helen Mills Starr, Auburn, N. Y.; Aug. 11, 1886; ord. Ramapo, N. Y., Hudson Presb., Apr. 29, 1880; Ramapo, 1880-6; 2d Ch., Elizabeth, N. J., since 1876; treas. N. J. Synod since 1890; pres. Bd. Trust., N. J. Synod since 1897; mem. Presb. Bd., F. M.; director, Bloomfield T. S. ; Trust. Nanking U., China.]

[NI3917] [MD-NJ # 116-4913]

[NI3918] [MD-NJ # 307-11309]

[BI3918] [Ward, Nancy, dau Jonathan & Anna, b Sept 16, 1794 ]

[BI3931] [1788 date from emailed source]

[NI3948] [Daniel B. Cobb in marr. intent and child's birth; Daniel M. Cobb in marriage record]

[BI3951] [transcription of record]

[DI3951] [also see microfilm: Massachusetts Deaths, Vol. 165; 1863 Deaths, p. 301, #21]

[XI3951] [Holtshire Cemetery: 1845-1863]

[BI3952] [transcription of record has Oct. 11 date; Isaac Cobb gave date as Oct. 12]

[BI3953] [transcription of record has Oct. 9 date but Isaac Cobb has date as Oct. 8]

[XI3953] [Holtshire Cemetery]

[NI3954]

[Not listed in "Sears Genealogical Catalogue" with parents]

[BI3955] [also see NEHGS Reg. Volume 33, Page 419]

[BI3965] [Her birth also in "Plymouth Births, Marriages and Deaths"]

[BI3966] ["Mayflower Descendant" 20:70]

[DI3973] [Her husband moved away that year so she had probably died]

[NI3974] [Did she die June 28, 1792? - Plymouth Church Records: Volume II, p. 420: Deaths in Plymouth, 1791 - 1792: Patience Cobb Widow]

[NI3984] [adopted child of Nehemiah Cobb and Isabel Elliot, and 2nd spouse of same Nehemiah Cobb per Cobb message board posting]

[XI3992] [Forest Park Cemetery]

[XI3995] [Harrisburg Cemetery]

[XI3996] [Harrisburg Cemetery]

[XI3997] [Harrisburg Cemetery]

[XI3998] [Harrisburg Cemetery]

[XI3999] [Harrisburg Cemetery]

[XI4001] [Harrisburg Cemetery]

[NI4002] [1850 census as Alouisant Cobb]

[XI4002] [Harrisburg Cemetery]

[XI4003] [Erieville Cemetery]

[XI4005] [Harrisburg Cemetery]

[XI4006] [Harrisburg Cemetery]

[XI4008] [Erieville Cemetery]

[DI4010] [in  N.J. State Hospital, Greystone Park]

[XI4010] ["Rosedale Crematory"]

[BI4011] [g.s.record has 22 Sep 1800]

[DI4011] [g.s. record has 2 Oct 1801]

[XI4011] [Old Burial Hill: 22 Sep 1800 - 2 Oct 1801]

[BI4022] [1865 on gravestone]

[XI4022] [Mt. Auburn Cemetery]

[NI4024] [Winnie?]

[NI4025] [Additional family info via email of Annie Cobb (descendant) Feb. 2006]

[DI4025] ["Reed Collection" Chronotype newspaper article (undated)]

[NI4027] [Her first name not given in husband's obit]

[DI4037] [date written in afterwards (all else typewritten)]

[NI4041] [Worcester Library Fiche: Worcester Vital Records, Index to Births 1849 - 1870, #22]

[BI4041] [Worcester Library Fiche: Worcester Vital Records, Index to Births 1849 - 1870, #22]

[NI4042] [She was a ward of Capt. and Mrs. Albert W. Hersey at time of her marriage in 1912 (newspaper article)]

[DI4042] [automobile accident]

[NI4044] [Lived in Yonkers, NY; 2 children]

[NI4045] [She lived in Culver, Indiana]

[NI4050] [She lived in No. Hollywood, CA]

[DI4061] [date written in different ink (added later than tree made)]

[DI4062] [in Berkley (per "Descendants of William Shurtleff")]

[XI4065] [Union Cem.]

[NI4069] [She lived in Grove City, PA]

[NI4073] [Perhaps the Gershom Cobb "of Boston" who had children by Sarah Boyd of Weston in Weston, MA in early 1800's (their intention in 1807)]

[BI4073] ["Cobb Homestead": about 1780]

[DI4073] ["many years discount clerk in New England Bank, at Dorchester, Mass."; Deaths in Providence Journal issue of Oct. 3, 1824]

[NI4074] ["was a Methodist minister of some note. In 1845 he preached the funeral sermon of his grandmother, Hannah Hallett, in ... Westborough ..."]

[XI4074] [Cedar Grove Cemetery]

[XI4075] [Oakwood Cemetery]

[XI4076] [Oakwood Cemetery]

[NI4077] Birth and death dates same but death place as Syracuse on Find A Grave Memorial# 92779518 page]

[XI4077] [Oakwood Cemetery]

[NI4078] [Place as Syracuse for birth and death on Find A Grave Memorial# 92779394 page]

[XI4078] [Oakwood Cemetery]

[BI4080] [Alt.: 10 Mar 1822]

[NI4082] ! p 190, Libby Family, by Charles Libby, 1882 !

[XI4083] [Mt. Auburn Cemetery]

[NI4084] http://genforum.genealogy.com: Willis Genforum (#:2680, Tracey Morris)

[NI4089] [   Biographies For Muscatine County Iowa 1889: Stephen Meserve Cobb (Source: Portrait and Biographical Album, Muscatine County, Iowa, 1889, page 172) at
< http://www.rootsweb.com/~iamuscat/biographies/cobbsm.htm > ]

[BI4089] [Gorham, Cumberland Co., ME per "THE HISTORY OF 5ANF0RD, MAINE. 1661-1900." orin  York Co.?]

[DI4091] [aged 69 yrs. 9 mo. 13 d.]

[XI4091] [Cemetery back of Eben Cobb's place (formerly in Limington), Cobb Plot]

[DI4093] ["at the residence of Dr. S. B. Chase"]

[XI4093] [Cemetery back of Eben Cobb's place (formerly in Limington), Cobb Plot]

[NI4096] ["Mary Ann, wife of Joshua Cobb, is a resident of one of the suburbs of Portland, Me."]

[XI4098] [Cemetery back of Eben Cobb's place (formerly in Limington), Cobb Plot]

[DI4100] [Brackett: 2 Oct. 1880]

[XI4102] [Cemetery back of Eben Cobb's place (formerly in Limington), Cobb Plot]

[NI4104] ["a druggist of Lincoln, Neb. "]

[NI4106] [1889: "in the employ of the United States Express Compnay" (sic)]

[NI4108] ["Died when six months old"]

[BI4118] [Baptism date?][Note census has his birth in Maine]

[XI4118] [Forest Hills Cemetery]

[NI4119] [Named spelled in this manner in genealogy in "Record of Families" in Waterford]

[BI4119] [Note census has her birth in Maine]

[XI4119] [Forest Hills Cemetery]

[NI4120] []

[BI4120] [Isaac Cobb gives no place for her birth]

[NI4123] [d. young]

[XI4128] [Oakwood Cemetery, Plainfield Twp.]

[XI4131] [Maple Grove Cemetery]

[NI4145] [Her husband was from the BARNSTABLE line; and she, from the BOSTON line!]

[BI4145] [in Cleveland, June 28, 1864 (Isaac Cobb)]

[XI4145] [Lake View Cemetery]

[BI4146] [Aug. 28, 1885 (IC)]

[BI4160] [4 Feb. 1822?]

[XI4164] [Shepardville Cemetery]

[BI4166] [as 10/1848 in census and single in 1900]

[XI4166] [Shepardville Cemetery]

[BI4178] [birthplace as Melrose Highlands on marriage record; resident of Cambridge, MA]

[XI4179] [Riverview Cemetry]

[NI4183] [25 Jan 2001- Ancestry message Boards, "Irvin S. Cobb" by Diana Cobbs:
A good book to read would be: "Irvin S. Cobb, his life and achievements" by Fred Neuman- 1934 reissued 1974.
It states he descended from Henry Cobb and Lois Hallet. They were originaly from VT. (His) parents:Joshua Clark Cobb/Manie Saunders; g.parents:Robert Livingston Cobb(head of KY Battery, Civil War,first born in KY)/Cornelia Mims; ggparents: Gideon Dyer Cobb/Modena Clark (first to settle in KY); gggparents:Elkanah Cobb /Moedena Clark; ggggparents:GideonCobbJr./Abigail Dyer; further generations are listed.]

[BI4183] [http://www.bellenet.com/authors/cobb.html]

[DI4183] [http://www.bellenet.com/authors/cobb.html]

[XI4183] [http://www.bellenet.com/authors/cobb.html]

[BI4197] [calculated date of birth from age at death (61-11-3)]

[XI4197] [Fern Hill Cemetery]

[XI4198] [Fern Hill Cemetery]

[BI4199] [No name given in Annual Report but name found on gravestone with parents]

[XI4199] [Fern Hill Cemetery]

[BI4210] [stone hard to read so year may be different]

[DI4210] [gravestone record]

[XI4210] [Fern Hill Cemetery]

[XI4211] [Fairmount Cemetery]

[NI4212] [She was not listed by Isaac Cobb; has almost same date of birth as child named Mary Abby]

[XI4213] [Fairmount Cemetery]

[DI4214] [For same date of birth, Isaac Cobb has (his) death as having been May 3, 1848 (named as Joan, not John)]

[DI4219] [also see microfilm: Massachusetts Deaths, Vol. 165; 1863 Deaths, p. 301, #4]

[XI4219] [Holtshire Cemetery: 1840-1865]

[DI4220] [also see microfilm: Massachusetts Deaths, Vol. 174, 175; 1864 Deaths, p. 307, #6]

[BI4221] [calculated from age at death (Orange record), date would be Aug. 25]

[DI4221] [also see microfilm: Massachusetts Deaths, Vol. 174, 175; 1864 Deaths, p. 307, #4]

[NI4222] [NOTE: his birth not listed by Isaac Cobb's "Genealogy" where four children given from marriage (birth's not dated)]

[DI4222] [Microfilm: Massachusetts Deaths, Vol. 174, 175; Natick 1864 Deaths, p. 153, #72; , male, single; age 1 day (Hydroephalus); parents: George F. born Natick & Mary A. born Boston]

[NI4232] [1850 census]

[BI4233] [aft 1766?]

[NI4237] [From: mdavidson5@stny.rr.com; To: COBB-L@rootsweb.com; Sent: Thu 9/18/2003; Subject: Isaac COBB, Dilly KNOWLES< Grandson, C. Elijah COBB Chautauqua Co NY to IOWA; Message Board Post:

COBB - C. Elijah COBB, deceased, was a native of New York and came to Iowa in 1856, He was born in Chautauqua County, in 1830, and was the son of Rowland and Eliza (BUTTS) COBB. His early life was spent in the Empire State and in 1845 his father and mother joined the Mormons at Nauvoo, and accompanied them to Kanesville, now Council Bluffs. He attended school at Gerry, and afterwards at Jamestown, Chautauqua Co  N.Y. Upon arriving at Council Bluffs, a division in the church arose, and this family returned to the East, and went into the lumber business in Pennsylvania, and continued until 1856, and then came to Harrison County, Iowa. The family now owns three hundred and sixty acres in Little Sioux and Jackson Townships. The deceased also established a hardware and lumber business in 1865, at Little Sioux, and in 1885 established a bank. He served the county as a member of the Board of Supervisors, a number of terms.

He was married September 24, 1854, in Pennsylvania, to Miss Alice LYMAN, of New York. By this marriage six children were born, five of whom are still living: Wayne, deceased; Lois, Carrie, Bess, Ruth and Grace.

Politically, our subject voted with the Republican party. He was a member of the Latter Day Saints Church, and belonged to the Masonic Lodge at Little Sioux. He passed from this life October 24, 1885.

Source: 1891 Harrison County Iowa History, page 962, 963.]

[XI4237] [Little Sioux Cemetery (Find A Grave Memorial# 103821838)]

[BI4238] [9 Jun 1834]

[XI4238] [Little Sioux Cemetery]

[NI4239] [From: mdavidson5@stny.rr.com; To: COBB-L@rootsweb.com; Sent: Thu 9/18/2003; Subject:  Isaac COBB, Dilly KNOWLES< Grandson, ELISHA COBB Chautauqua Co NY to IOWA; Message Board Post:
Elisha COBB, a farmer located on section 12, of Jackson Township, ranks among the pioneers of Harrison County, for it is found that he came to these parts to build for himself a home in the summer of 1856. He located on wild land known as "Swamp Land," which constitutes a part of his present farm. He made his filing at this time and then bought Swamp Land script, and paid $1.25 per acre for his land. In this way he secured a quarter section of valuable land, upon which he made no improvements for ten years. From Harrison County he went to Pike's Peak, during the great gold excitement, but did not remain long. He retraced his steps to Pennsylvania, where he engaged in the lumber business for about nine years. He then came to Iowa again and farmed land near Preparation, Monona County, for one year.

We next fond our subject digging a cave -- better known as a "dugout" -- in which he lived four years, while he was improving his land. He then built a story and one-half house 12x26 feet, with a barn 16x24 feet. Year by year he kept adding to his land, until he now has two hundred and twenty-five acres, thirty-three acres of which are under the plow, while the balance is meadow and pasture land.

Among the experiences which our subject never cares to go through again, was the grasshopper scourge, when his crops were entirely eaten up. This was the only year of his residence in Iowa, when he had a failure in a corn crop, and that year he was obliged to pay 50 cents per bushel of corn.

Our subject was born in Chautauqua County, N.Y. in August 1833, and is a son of Rowland and Eliza COBB, natives of Vermont, who has a family of four children, our subject being the second child. The chidlren were -- Elijah (deceased), Elisha, Maria and Harriet M.

In 1844 our subject's father moved to Nauvoo, Ill., but remained there only a short time and with the remainder of the thousands of Mormons who emigrated West, as far as where Council Bluffs is he also came, the trip taking all summer. He had five ox teams and one horse team. He bought a "squatter" out in Missouri, who lived in Atchinson County, buying the crop and all. They harvested that crop and raised one more, but as the families were sick nearly all the time with the diseases prevalent in all new countries, they sold their growing crop to the Government, which at that time was fitting out expeditions for the Mexican War. They paid our subject's father 20 cents per bushel for corn which was husked and in piles in the field.

The first winter they lived in Missouri, and his father went to Florence, Neb., -- Mormon headquaters -- to investigate the rumors they had heard concerning the practice of Polygamy, and when they found such rumors well sustained, their zeal for the Mormon Church grew cold. The next winter they started Eastward, and wintered at Chillicothe, and the next spring they went to St. Louis and there took boat to Pittsburg, and went into the lumbering business in Jefferson County, PA., and remained there until he came to this county.

Our subject was united in marriage in 1865 to Maria McCullough, the daughter of Joseph and Mary McCullough. By this union one child was born -- Minnie E. who is still living.

Politically, our subject identified with the Republican party, and has been Trustte of his township, also assessor of the same.

Source: 1891 Harrison County Iowa History, page 621,622.

[XI4239] [Soldier Valley Cemetery]

[XI4240] [Little Sioux Cemetery (ind A Grave Memorial# 131779543)]

[XI4241] [Little Sioux Cemetery (Find A Grave Memorial# 63114195)]

[XI4242] [Soldier Valley Cemetery (Find A Grave Memorial# 103910339)]

[NI4243] [Living in 1891]

[XI4243] Soldier Valley Cemetery, (Find A Grave Memorial# 103910340)]

[XI4246] [Oak Grove Cemetery]

[BI4249] [abt 1808 per 1860 census]

[BI4250] [calculated as 22 March 1837 but "Leighton" birth date used]

[DI4250] [aged 68 yrs, 1 mo., 4 days which calculated as 22 March 1837 birth but born in Aug. 1831 per "Leighton"]

[XI4250] [Chase Cemetery, Windham]

[NI4265]

[He was a school teacher in Maine before becoming a mayor of Lynn, MA for several years]

[He was a school teacher in Maine before becoming a mayor of Lynn, MA for several years]

[BI4265] [place of birth from "Cobb Genealogy"; date from Cobb Bible]

[BI4267] [11/1877 per gravestone record]

[XI4267] [Hingham Cemetery]

[XI4269] [Hingham Cemetery, ground marker having death dates only of her, her parents and likely a daughter, but not her husband]

[XI4270] [Hingham Cemetery]

[XI4271] [Hingham Cemetery]

[NI4282] [supposed linkage to parents but not seen in print (see George Cobb (son)]

[DI4282] [Falmouth (Westbrook)]

[DI4283] [According to "Cobb Genealogy", it states a daughter had that she died about 1819]

[NI4284] [The Man Who Died Twice... by Barbara Desmarais: final resting place of George Cobb (1794-1843, 1882)]

[Edwin Reynolds: "I am looking for more information on George Cobb of Maine, b. June 10, 1794, d. May 9 1882. Married Charity Brackett on May 31, 1818, in Cumberland Co., ME. Buried in Varney Cemetery, Brunswick, ME. Wife Charity was born May 1798, died Dec 26, 1881." (14 Jan 2004, George Cobb of Maine, http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec/message/an/Surnames.Cobb/2317)]

[XI4284] [Varney Cemetery ]

[DI4285] [May 26, 1887 date per "Brackett"]

[XI4285] [Varney Cemetery]

[DI4286] [As May 1816 per Isaac Cobb; as 12 Aug. 1815 per Gay (Gazeteer)]

[NI4288] [See http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~cobb/hen/d0000/f0000047.html#I1581]

[DI4288] [Date also found as May 1852 at Duplain, MI]

[BI4290] ["5 Nov., by town record, or 6 Dec., 1793 by family record" per "Historical Gazeteer"]

[BI4292] [Note: Year given as 1790 in  "Cobb Genealogy" but listed after 1795 and before 1800; 1798 likely correct year even though married in 1815; 1798 date also from Historical Gazeteer]

[NI4293] [He was an educator and text book writer]

[BI4293] [or birth in Lenox, Berkshire Co., MA]

[DI4293] [Colesburg/Colesburgh, Potter Co., PA]

[BI4294] [19 Oct. 1802 in lenox, Mass. per "Historical Gazeteer" source]

[DI4294] [In Richford, per "Historical Gazeteer"]

[BI4295] [Lenox, Mass. per "Historical Gazeteer"]

[NI4297] ["Hiram Doty Cobb descends from John and Elinor Whitney of Watertown,
Mass. He was Hiram-8, Joshua Whitney Cobb-7, Sarah-6, Asa-5,
Joshua-4, William-3, Joshua-2, John-1"]

[BI4302] [Index to Births #66: 1878 - 1900]

[BI4303] [Worcester: Index to Births #66: 1878 - 1900]

[BI4304] [Worcester: Index to Births #66: 1878 - 1900]

[BI4306] [Worcester Index to Births #66: 1878 - 1900, Book 9, pg. 228]

[XI4307] [Fairmount Cemetery]

[XI4308] [Fairmount Cemetery]

[XI4309] [Fairmount Cemetery]

[XI4310] [Fairmount Cemetery]

[XI4311] [Fairmount Cemetery]

[XI4313] [Hingham Cemetery]

[NI4317] [See Mary Cobb's notes on her alt. death]

[BI4331] [Boston or Brewster]

[BI4346] [EARLY VITAL RECORDS OF JEFFERSON, ME. (NEHGR, Vol. 73, Apr. 1919)]

[XI4347] [Central Cemetery]

[XI4348] [Central Cemetery]

[DI4351] [gravestone]

[BI4355] ["(or 15)"]

[XI4358] [Lakenham Cemetery]

[NI4359] [gravestone record]

[DI4359] [Middleboro Deaths (card index) 1853 - 1903, A - Y; Town Clerk]

[XI4359] [Lakenham Cemetery]

[XI4360] [Lakenham Cemetery]

[XI4361] [Lakenham Cemetery]

[XI4362] [Lakenham Cemetery]

[XI4363] [Lakenham Cemetery]

[BI4385] [1751 or 1758 (Isaac Cobb has baptism in 1751)]

[XI4385] [Ancient Cemetery]

[XI4388] [Cemetery at the Green]

[BI4389] [Middleboro Births (card index) 1854 - 1903 (A - H):  COBB]

[DI4389] [Annual Report of Middleboro]

[XI4389] [Rock Cemetery]

[DI4390] [Hand-written record by Oliver W. Cobb has Aug. 18 date (as documented in book by Harold M. Cobb)]

[XI4390] [Old Landing Cemetery]

[NI4391] [as given in birth record for son Fred L. Cobb]

[DI4391] [Note: hand-written record by Oliver W. Cobb has "Apr. 6, 1944" added for date (as documented in book by Harold M. Cobb)]

[XI4391] [Old Landing Cemetery]

[NI4393] [Possibly a son of Jeremiah Cobb and Abigail Whitman of Middleboro?]
[Posting -  Massachusetts Genealogy Forum - Re: Silas W Cobb 1777 Massachusetts -
After your query off-site earlier, I checked here and found the posting and its replies.
Given the name Silas W. Cobb and sons George Whitman and Silas Bowman Cobb, one might conjecture that Whitman may be a middle name for the "W." in Silas W. Cobb's name. If so, there is a possibility for his ancestry in the Barnstable line.
I have no children from a likely marriage of Jeremiah Cobb and Abigail Whitman. However, a 1777 birth may be possible for a Silas W Cobb.
Only have a marriage intention of June 1, 1773 found (East Bridgewater records [private record]) for this Jeremiah Cobb (son of Gershom Cobb and Miriam Thomas) & Abigail Whitman union and no children listed in other towns.
It is made difficult that Abigail Whitman (same or another) is found in another marriage intention on Aug. 5, 1773 in Bridgewater, Mass. Whether that marriage with Jeremiah Cobb occurred or not, there is only a record of his death in 1785 in Middleboro, Mass., aged 39, but does not indicate if married or single. His parents lived in Middleboro as were his siblings born there and married there.
Jeremiah Cobb had a brother and a sister who both later moved to Woodstock, Vermont and also to Stowe, Vermont after their marriages. If Jeremiah Cobb did marry, and had a child Silas, then this is a possibility that Silas W. Cobb may also have gone to Vermont based on these relatives.
Again, this is a possibility to search and research.]

[DI4393] [Death recorded in Montpelier, VT; however there is a headstone in the suburbs of Chicago (where his sons had moved)]

[XI4393] [Northfield Oakwood Cemetery per Genforum posting]

[NI4394] [ - COBB Cemetery
Moretown, Washington County, VT -
The Cobb Cemetery is located on the north side of Vt Rt 100B, just east of Lovers Lane Road and a big corner in the road. 40 feet from the road on top of a bank that drops off to the Mad River and close to an open field. Transcribed by Robert Morse, October 1999.

A neighbor says there is a legend that the cemetery was larger and the cemetery was plowed up to make the field bigger.

Cobb, Sarah; wife of Silas W. Cobb, d. Jan 3,1815, ae 33yrs

There is a small stone partially embedded in a maple tree with the letters S C on it.]

[XI4394] [http://www.interment.net/data/us/vt/washington/cobb.htm _ The Cobb Cemetery]

[XI4397] [Lakenham Cemetery]

[XI4398] [Lakenham Cemetery]

[NI4399] [After his death, she married Alfred O. Standish on March 13, 1889 in Middleboro]

[BI4399] [As Virginia in 1880 census, of parents born in Virginia]

[BI4400] [Halifax as given on marriage record]

[BI4403] [1847 by marriage age; but 1845 on gravestone]

[DI4403] [Middleboro AR; aged 60-11-2]

[XI4403] [Rock Cemetery]

[BI4404] [1857 by age at marriage; 1854 on gravestone]

[XI4404] [Rock Cemetery]

[BI4405] [also Middleboro Births (card index) 1854 - 1903 (A - H):  COBB]

[BI4406] [gravestone record]

[DI4406] [gravestone record]

[XI4406] [Cemetery at the Green]

[BI4407] [month & year from gravestone record]

[DI4407] [gravestone record]

[XI4407] [Cemetery at the Green]

[XI4408] [Cemetery at the Green]

[BI4409] [calculated date]

[DI4409] [Annual Report of Middleboro]

[XI4409] [Cemetery at the Green

[XI4410] [Cemetery at the Green

[XI4411] [Cemetery at the Green

[XI4412] [Cemetery at the Green

[XI4413] [Cemetery at the Green

[XI4414] [Cemetery at the Green

[BI4415] [also Middleboro Births (card index) 1854 - 1903 (A - H):  COBB, as "Dau.", no given name]

[DI4415] [Deaths Recorded in Plymouth in 1957, p. 202; aged 76-4-25]

[XI4415] [Lakenham Cemetery]

[DI4417] [13 Nov 1877 as aged 68 yrs. (1897) Middleboro Deaths (card index) 1853 - 1903, A - Y; Town Clerk]

[XI4417] [North Burial Ground]

[XI4418] [North Burial Ground]

[NI4419] [as recorded for Artemas' marriage record]

[DI4419] [Shurtleff (1976) gives place & date; Middleboro records only give date]

[XI4419] [Rock Cemetery]

[NI4420] [He appears by date of birth and common sons' name of Artemas C., to be son of Jonathan in cemetery part across street of cemetery). If actually named as Jonathan Wilson Cobb, then more likely]

[Probably the Wilson Cobb in 1840 LIST OF PERSONS WHOSE NAMES HAVE BEEN CHANGED in MASSACHUSETTS. 1780 - 1883" as
Jonathan Wilson Cobb, of Middleborough, may take the name of Wilson Cobb.]

[XI4420] [Rock Cemetery]

[DI4421] [Middleboro Deaths (card index) 1853 - 1903, A - Y; Town Clerk]
[Middleboro AR; aged 10m+20d]
[Mass. Archives: 1893, Vol. 437, p. 642: Middleboro Deaths, # 51]

[NI4422] [also at gravestone, have marker for a female, who may be daughter or spouse of one of the sons (no designation as "wife of") - Eleanor G, Cobb, 1916 - 1998]

[BI4422] [Rochester, Mass. birth record has name as Charles William Cobb, son of Artemas, trunk-maker,& Sarah (Dunham)]

[XI4422] [Rock Cemetery]

[BI4423] [also in Middleboro AR]

[NI4424] < http://www.rootsweb.com/~rigenweb/article65.html > has wrong parents for his mother in article - "The History of Battery H - First Regiment RI Light Artillery
in the war to Preserve the Union 1861 - 1865
by Earl Fenner
Providence: Snow & Farnham, Printers, 1894
p. 137 - 138.
WARNER ALDEN. Warner Alden, son of Oliver and Lucinda (Cobb) Alden, was born in North Middleboro, Mass., Feb. 3, 1830. He is a lineal descendant of John Alden, who came over in the 'Mayflower', and was one of the founders of the Plymouth Colony. His father, Oliver Alden, served in the War of 1812. His mother, Lucinda (Cobb) Alden, was the daughter of Ansel and Cynthia (Howard) Cobb. Comrade Alden's parents had three children, Abner, William C., and Warner. Abner served at the age of nineteen in the Florida War, and was discharged as a first lieutenant. He died in 1883, in Iowa. Wiliam C. enlisted in the Third Massachusetts Infantry, during the War of the Rebellion, and went to Fortress Monroe, and served three months. Upon the expiration of his term of service he returned home with his regiment, re-enlisted and served three years in the Fortieth Massachusetts Infantry, and is now living in Boston.
In his youth Comrade Warner Alden received a common school education in the public schools of his native town. After leaving school he learned the trade of mason, which calling he still follows.
Comrade Alden enlisted Oct. 1, 1862, in Battery H, First Rhode Island Light Artillery, and was mustered into service with his battery Oct. 14, 1862. He served faithfully and continuously with his battery until he was mustered out of service June 25, 1865, at the termination of the war.
He married Matilda White. They have four children: Mabel J., May F., Lizzie N. and Gordon Brooks.
Comrade Alden is a worthy member of Prescott Post, No. 1, Department of Rhode Island, Grand Army of the Republic, having joined that Post Sept. 2, 1892. He is also a member of Battery H Veteran Association, First Rhode Island Light Artillery. " ]

[BI4424] [3 Feb 1831]

[BI4428] [calculated date]

[DI4428] [Middleboro Deaths (card index) 1853 - 1903, A - Y; Town Clerk; and AR: Deaths Recorded in the Town of Middleboro for the Year 1899, p. 98]

[XI4428] [Nemasket Hill  Cemetery]

[DI4429] [Middleboro Deaths (card index) 1853 - 1903, A - Y; Town Clerk; and AR - Deaths Recorded in the Town of Middleboro for the Year 1899, p. 98][also recorded in Providence, RI where death likely occurred]

[XI4429] [Nemasket Hill  Cemetery]

[BI4430] [May 8?]

[DI4430] [aged 83; cause by diabetes and senility, at Taunton State Hospital]

[XI4430] [Nemasket Hill  Cemetery]

[BI4431] [calculated date]

[DI4431] [Annual Report of Middleboro]

[XI4431] [Nemasket Hill  Cemetery]

[NI4432] [ has Syene Keith "Born in Middleborough, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA on 1806 to Aberdeen Keith and Susanna Murdock. Syene married Hayward Cobb and had a child. She passed away on 14 Aug 1854".

Was she Syene Keith, daughter of Aberdeen Keith? "Murdock Genealogy" has Syene Murdoch married to ____ Cobb. Their child had Keith as middle name]

[DI4432] [gravestone: widow of Howard Cobb]

[XI4432] [Purchade Cemetery (spouse has no gravestone here)]

[NI4433] [census]

[BI4433] [1896 Annual Report of Middleboro, p. 76]
[No name in Middleboro Births (card index) 1854 - 1903 (A - H):  COBB - same Lyman A. Cobb]

[XI4433] [Nemasket Hill  Cemetery]

[BI4434] [also in Middleboro Births (card index) 1854 - 1903 (A - H):  COBB]
[Mass. Archives: 1893, Vol. 431, p. 633,Middleborough Births, # 38 - Florence Arline Cobb ?]

[XI4434] [Nemasket Hill  Cemetery]

[XI4435] [Nemasket Hill  Cemetery]

[XI4437] [Purchade Cemetery: Syene H., 1836 - 1856 on stone]

[DI4439] [5th, Estella A., daughter of William and Syrene Maxim, aged 9 months.T]

[XI4439] [Purchade Cemetery]

[NI4440] [see birth note]

[BI4440] [Susan L. Cobb on gravestone; birth name Susan Elveta or Susan Elvella Cobb]

[DI4440] [also gravestone seen]

[XI4440] [Purchade Cemetery - top quarter of gravestone all black but name can be seen close-up]

[BI4441] [calculated date]

[DI4441] [Annual Report of Middleboro]

[XI4441] [Nemasket Hill  Cemetery]

[BI4442] [calculated date]

[DI4442] [Annual Report of Middleboro]

[XI4442] [Nemasket Hill  Cemetery]

[BI4443] [calculated date]

[DI4443] [Annual Report of Middleboro]

[XI4443] [Nemasket Hill  Cemetery]

[XI4444] [Nemasket Hill  Cemetery]

[XI4445] [Nemasket Hill  Cemetery]

[BI4461] [Thatcher: 1766; Frost: 6 June 1766]

[BI4462] [Annual Report of Middleboro but as June 16, 1912 (Nye)]

[DI4464] [stillborn]

[NI4465] [This Levi Cobb not found in "Cobb Genealogy"]

[DI4466] ["Winslow" has death in Salem, OH while Isaac Cobb gave his death as having been in Lynn, MA and then his widow went to OH and remarrying]

[DI4467] ["Cobb" has date as Oct. 19, 1857 (is winslow's Oct. 22 the burial date?)]

[XI4469] [Union Cemetery]

[DI4470] [(infant) as stated in "Middleboro Gazette" index, issue of 4/21/1866]

[XI4470] [Union Cemetery]

[XI4472] [Union Cemetery: Section C, Lot 10]

[BI4473] [age at death (2-10-25) puts birth same as recorded in VR]

[XI4473] [Union Cemetery: Section C, Lot 10]

[XI4474] [Union Cemetery: Section C, Lot 10]

[BI4475] [calculated by age at death]

[DI4475] [aged 2-11-21]

[XI4475] [Union Cemetery: Section C, Lot 10]

[XI4476] [Lakenham Cemetery]

[XI4477] [Lakenham Cemetery]

[BI4478] [1877 on gravestone]

[DI4478] [1894 on gravestone]

[XI4478] [Lakenham Cemetery]

[BI4479] [1875 on gravestone]

[XI4479] [Lakenham Cemetery]

[XI4480] [Lakenham Cemetery]

[XI4481] [Lakenham Cemetery]

[XI4483] [Lakenham Cemetery]

[XI4484] [Lakenham Cemetery]

[BI4489] [Ann. Rpt.: Births, p. 30]

[NI4491] [name found in Abington, Hingham, Plymouth (residences), Rochester (marr.) and Scituate; also as Chubbuck]

[XI4491] [Union Cemetery]

[DI4492] [also gravestone record has Sept. 10, 1854 (58 yr, 7 mo.); his wife listed as widowed in 1855 Rochester census]

[XI4492] [Union Cemetery]

[XI4493] [Union Cemetery]

[DI4496] [11-26-1887 (Rochester)]

[XI4496] [Union Cemetery]

[BI4497] [Feb. 23, 1826 on gravestone]

[XI4497] [Hillside Cemetery, with son and daughter-in-law on same stone; no other Cobb in cemetery (many Pierce there); his wife re-married and is buried in Middleboro]

[DI4498] [as Aug. 10, 1854, aged 20y 2 mo. in cemetery transcription]

[XI4498] [Union Cemetery]

[BI4500] [Middleboro? (dau.'s death record]

[XI4500] [Central Cemetery]

[BI4501] [gravestone record has date of birth as 12-14-1862; but Rochester birth record have his name with birth of "12-23-1861  ????" and also as "1-15-1862 ????" (birth & baptismal dates?). His parents had an Intention of Marriage on 12-16-1861 in Rochester so if birth of 12-23-1861 or 1-15-1862 might not be correct or if so, was changed to 12-14-1862]

[DI4501] [gravestone]

[XI4501] [Hillside Cemetery]

[BI4503] [gravestone]

[DI4503] [gravestone]

[XI4503] [Center Cemetery]

[BI4504] [mother given as "Mercy (Doten)"]

[XI4504] [Central Cemetery, with her mother and mother's second husband: "Carrie E., Daughter of Watson T. & Mercy D. Cobb"

[DI4505] [death date added into card; aged 42-8-12 (30-119)]

[NI4507] [found in 1845 - 46 marr. record in SFairhaven Marriages in Massachusetts State Vital Records Index (Extracted from Vol. 1, 1841 - 1850)T but list does not give spouse there.]

[BI4508] [May 19, 1817, Barnstable, Mass. per Isaac Cobb]

[XI4509] [First Parish Cemetery]

[NI4510] [He was not listed in the "Cobb Genealogy" for this family]

[BI4510] [20 October 1831?]

[DI4511] [In Taunton per "Middleboro Gazette" index, issue of 11-11-1865]

[XI4511] [Rock Cemetery]

[XI4513] [Rock Cemetery]

[DI4514] ["Lydia "Shorty" Cobb, 82, died Wednesday, Oct. 2, 1996, at the New England Medical Center in Boston after a brief illness."]

[XI4514] [Rock Cemetery]

[XI4515] [Rock Cemetery]

[BI4516] [Shurtleff (1976) gives date as Feb. 7, 1842 and place]

[XI4516] [Rock Cemetery]

[XI4517] [Rock Cemetery]

[XI4518] [Rock Cemetery]

[XI4519] [Rock Cemetery]

[XI4520] [Rock Cemetery]

[NI4521] [See "Record of Deaths Middleboro Massachusetts" as source in Barnst. db for this family, only Hannah has mother named]

[DI4521] [Feb. 21, 1858 on gravestone]

[XI4521] [Rock Cemetery (old)]

[XI4522] [Rock Cemetery (old)]

[NI4523] [She was a sister of Andrew Benson, who married the sister of her husband, Zebedee Cobb]

[DI4523] [Aug. 3, 1834 (Isaac Cobb - Genealogy, 2:480)]

[XI4523] [Rock Cemetery (old)]

[XI4524] [Rock Cemetery (old)]

[DI4525] [June 30, 1863 (Isaac Cobb - Genealogy, 2:480)]

[XI4525] [Rock Cemetery (old)]

[DI4526] [Isaac Cobb has middle initial B. in name and has date of death of Aug. 24,1854 (Isaac Cobb - Genealogy, 2:480) and that he married Elvira Wade of Canton, Mass., Dec. 7, 1846]

[XI4527] [Rock Cemetery (old)]

[NI4528]

["Cobb Genealogy" (Isaac Cobb) has this Samuel as son of Jonathan (son of Gershom) & Melatiah (Smith) Cobb]

[BI4528] [Date is O.S. (or as 2-4-1752, N. S.)]

[XI4528] [Rock Cemetery (old)]

[NI4529]

[Her second husband was a Samuel Cobb of Middleboro, Sept. 24, 1772 marriage.]

[Her second husband was a Samuel Cobb of Middleboro, Sept. 24, 1772 marriage.]

[XI4529] [Rock Cemetery (old)]

[XI4530] [Rock Cemetery (old); other children buried there have parents' names there but not his, however he was buried in same group with the other children]

[XI4531] [Rock Cemetery (old)]

[XI4532] [Rock Cemetery]

[BI4534] [Shurtleff (1976) gives date as Nov. 14, 1783]

[XI4534] [Rock Cemetery]

[BI4536] [calculated date matches Middleboro record]

[XI4536] [Rock Cemetery]

[NI4537] [Perhaps the Sylvester Cobb who was on the whaling ship "Cleora" from New Bedford , departing on 18 June 1855 as a greenhand]

[DI4537] [gravestone; also added into birth record's card, aged 81-1-13]
[Middleboro AR; aged 81-1-13]

[XI4537] [Rock Cemetery]

[XI4538] [Rock Cemetery]

[XI4539] [Rock Cemetery]

[DI4540] [lived for years while a widow in the town's Almshouse; "Middleboro Clerk's card record has her as wife of Sylvester F. but gives date as Apr. 2, 1884, aged 80y-9m-12d (gravestone has 70y-9m-13d)]
[Middleboro AR; aged 80-9-14]

[XI4540] [Rock Cemetery (stone does not say "widow of" Sylvester Cobb)]

[BI4541] [calculated date]

[DI4541] [Isaac Cobb: March 8, 1851]

[XI4541] [Center Cemetery]

[XI4542] [Rock Cemetery]

[BI4543] [abt Jul 1839 by age]

[XI4543] [Rock Cemetery]

[NI4544] [Thomas J. Fenno? blossoms on stone make MI as either an "I" or a "J"]

[XI4544] [Rock Cemetery]

[NI4545] [She is not listed by Isaac Cobb as a child of Sylvester and Lucy (Hathaway) Cobb, born shortly after their marriage by calculated date, but is buried with them]

[BI4545] [calculated]

[XI4545] [Rock Cemetery]

[XI4548] [Nemasket Hill Cemetery]

[NI4549] [Possibly the Arline Cobb who married Frank Kritz, 12/16/1945, Middleboro.]

[BI4552] [birthplace from marr. record]

[XI4552] [Purchade Cemetery]

[NI4553] [Was Charles A. Churchill a second husband (her death record indicates her name as Crosby and him as her spouse)?]

[BI4553] [Record has 1870 but year would be 1871 as calculated from 28-9-6 (if age correct as "9" written over "6" in months]

[BI4555] [gravestone]

[DI4555] [gravestone]

[XI4555] [Center Cemetery]

[NI4560] ["Middleboro Gazette" index]

[DI4564] [72 y 3 mo.; as child of "Howard & Julia Cobb"]

[BI4566] [date recorded for his birth is before marriage date of parents (1823); perhaps born in 1824?]

[DI4567] [aged 59 years]

[XI4567] [Rock Cemetery]

[DI4568] [gravestone]

[XI4568] [Hillside Cemetery]

[BI4575] [POB was Wareham per marriage record and birth record in Wareham, which has March 14, 1849 birth on one page (p. 9) and March 18, 1849 on another (p. 16); bapt. recorded in Rochester (VR)]

[XI4575] [Central Cemetery]

[BI4576] [date from gravestone; place from marriage record]

[DI4576] [gravestone]

[XI4576] [Central Cemetery]

[XI4577] [Central Cemetery]

[DI4578] [Age given gives a different birth date (11 May 1844)]

[BI4579] [gravestone has Oct. 12, 1863

[DI4579] [gravestone]

[XI4579] [Center Cemetery]

[DI4582] [gravestone]

[XI4582] [Spring Lake Cemetery, off Prospect St. - Cobb plot (Elmer C., Georgie, Herbert D. and a Jessie B., 1885 - 1946)]

[NI4583] [name as given in daughter's marriage record]

[XI4585] [Old Landing Cemetery]

[XI4586] [Center Cemetery]

[NI4587]

[Solomon Shurtleff name also seen]

[BI4588] [gravestone]

[DI4588] [gravestone]

[XI4588] [Center Cemetery]

[BI4589] [calculated]

[BI4591] [1867]

[DI4591] [found dead in bed (23 Glenn Ave., Brockton)]

[XI4591] [Pine Hill Cemetery on Rt. 28; W. Br. (also from death record)]

[XI4592] [Pine Hill Cemetery on Rt. 28]

[BI4594] [As 22 Aug 1878 per Cobb Genealogy (Isaac Cobb) but 1877 on grave marker and WWII Draft Registration Cards (1942) has his birth as 22 Aug 1877 - Watertown, Massachusetts]

[XI4594] [Centre Cemetery]

[BI4596] [in Rochester (as Nellie F. Pierce)]

[XI4597] [Old Landing Cemetery but no death date on stone]

[NI4598] [birth record has m.i. as A but other records have L as her m.i.]

[BI4601] [p. 29: AR, Births Recorded in the Town of Middleborough In 1945]

[BI4602] [p. 38: AR - Births Recorded in the Town of Middleborough In 1949]

[BI4603] [p. 44: AR - Births Recorded in the Town of Middleborough In 1956]

[NI4605] [: Cobb, Oliver W. - of Massachusetts - Prohibition candidate for Governor of Massachusetts, 1903, 1904.]

[DI4605] [Hand-written record by Oliver W. Cobb has "1949" added for date (as documented in book by Harold M. Cobb)]
[April 7, 1949 newspaper obit: he had lived with his son Chester for six years; died at Pine Rest Nursing Home, Northampton]

[XI4605] [Old Landing Cemetery]

[XI4607] [Old Landing Cemetery]

[NI4608] [As Edward F. Cobb (1860 census) and Edward Franklin Cobb]

[NI4609] [This may be a duplicate birth for Lillian (Lillias) Granger Cobb, of same date in Marion, so he would not be a son of the family but a birth source for Lillian Granger Cobb instead.]

[BI4609] [His birth may be an error in Marion records where it should instead be Lillian Granger Cobb]

[DI4611] [gravestone has aged "11 weeks"]

[XI4611] [Old Landing Cemetery]

[XI4612] [Old Landing Cemetery]

[XI4618] [Old Landing Cemetery]

[XI4619] [Old Landing Cemetery]

[NI4620] [a grandchild of Constant & Deborah Mendell]

[XI4620] [Old Landing Cemetery]

[NI4621] [name after "LU E" on gravestone blurred by blossoms on stone]

[XI4621] [Old Landing Cemetery]

[NI4622] [grave marker close to assumed parents but have no primary source to link to parents]

[DI4622] [from a Family Record hand-written by Oliver W. Cobb, a date of 1949 was added but text has 1950 date. He probably died in Philadelphia, PA]

[XI4622] [Old Landing Cemetery]

[XI4623] [Evergreen Cemetery gravestone record: "1853 - 1916" with his wife and three children on plaque on top of a large rock]

[XI4624] [Evergreen Cemetery gravestone record: Emma B. "1850 - 1927"]

[XI4627] [Evergreen Cemetery gravestone record: "Augustus A., 1879, Dec. 8 - 1956, Mar. 17th" with wife; near Oliver Cobb's family]

[BI4629] [Savery and Cobb Gen. have Apr. 15, 1882 date of birth]

[XI4629] [Old Landing Cemetery]

[XI4630] [Evergreen Cemetery gravestone record: "1867 - 1867"]

[XI4631] [Evergreen Cemetery gravestone record: "Levi L., 1889 - 1893"]

[DI4635] [gravestone has Jan. 22, 1884]

[XI4635] [gravestone by itself but close to grandfather's wife's third husband (Obed Griffith and his first wife) in Little Neck Cemetery][also on plaque in Evergreen Cemetery gravestone record of parents: "1877 - 1884"]

[NI4637] [See C2C, verification of b & d needed]

[BI4638] [1884 read on gravestone in Marion, but 21 Nov 1894 transcribed in Nova Scotia cemetery transcription]

[XI4638] [St. Matthews Cemetery, Upper Lahave, Nova Scotia]

[XI4641] [Cobb family monument in Little Neck Cemetery]
[birth and death dates from gravestone record]

[NI4642] [She was not listed in the "Cobb Genealogy" for this family]

[NI4643] [From a letter by his brother Nathl. O. Cobb: "He deserted the first part of September. On September 25, 1861, he had changed his name to William G. Carr, had gone into Johnson Co., Ill. and re-enlisted in the Army."]    [aka William Gustavis Carr]

[Isaac Cobb: Much written but hard to read on monument - appears to have been a soldier, thought killed in a battle.Isaac Cobb also wrote: "He was in the first battle at Bull Run, was afterwards missing, and was probably killed."

However, evidently unknown to Isaac Cobb, William had deserted during the Civil War in 1861 after 3 big battles in Missouri and changed his name before re-enlisting in the Army. That battle happened 7-21-1861 in Fairfax and Prince William Counties, Virginia but it was around St. Louis, Missouri where he deserted]

[Cobb-Carr book details his name change and desertion, then re-enlistment under alternate name]

[NI4644] [gravestone record]

[XI4644] [Evergreen Cemetery]

[XI4645] [Evergreen Cemetery]

[DI4651] Death noted as after 4 Feb. 1638/9. Also found as bet. 1640 and 1644.

[XI4652] [Cove Burying Ground]

[NI4653] [Alt. spouse: Bennet Hodsoll]

[NI4654] Possible surname of Elizabeth from record of marriage to an Edmund
Freeman in England.

Possible surname of Elizabeth from record of marriage to an Edmund Freeman in England.

[BI4655] [or in Englard]

[DI4661] [Her death was between 1666 and 1669]

[NI4663] [He sailed in the MAYFLOWER in 1620. First sailed to America in 1609 to VA, ending up in Bermuda, returned to England.
See The American Genealogist (TAG), Vol. 73, No. 3, July 1998: "The True Origin of Stephen Hopkins of the Mayflower" by Caleb Johnson (p. 161 - 171)]

[DI4663] Death noted as between 6 June and 17 July of 1644.

[NI4664] See http://members.tripod.com/~ntgen/bw/eddy.html#immigrant :
Origins
The origins of John Eddy of Taunton are unknown. (Eddy Genealogy, 1930; Ancestors of American Presidents, 1995, shows UNKNOWN parents for John.)


There were two Eddy immigrant brothers, John Eddy of Watertown and Samuel Eddy of Plymouth and Swansea, whose lives and ancestry back to England are very well documented. They were old enough to be father or uncle to John of Taunton. There has been no relationship found between John Eddy of Taunton and these two Eddy brothers, although John Eddy of Taunton married Susanna Padduck, whose sister married one of the sons of Samuel Eddy of Plymouth and Swansea. It is virtually a certainty he is not a son of either of the Eddy brothers, but a kinship of some type may have existed between them. (See Anderson, The Great Migration Begins, 1995, Eddy sketches)

The Immigrant

Born: Est 1640 - Based on ages of children, born 1667-1696.
Spouses:

1) Susanna Paddock/Paddock, November 12, 1665, daughter of William and Mary (____) Paddock of Duxbury, Plymouth Co, Mass. (Savage, Torrey). She was 26 when they married. She had Mary and John, and then died at age 31, on March 14, 1671, probably from complications from the birth of John two months earlier. (Savage)

From East Bridgewater Vital Records, genealogylibrary.com: "EDDY, John of T[aunton] and Susanna Paddock of Dart[mou]th, Nov. 12, 1665,(*) P.R.5. "

2) Deliverance Owen, May 01, 1672, daughter of William and Elizabeth (Davis) Owen, of Braintree, Norfolk Co, Mass. She had eight children with John. He died in 1695, leaving her a widow with at least ten children, including her step-children, aged from one to 29. She married, second, Nathaniel Smith of Weymouth, and died May 03, 1726, in Norton, Bristol Co, Mass.


From East Bridgewater Vital Records, genealogylibrary.com: "EDDY, John and Deliverance Owen of Braintree, May 1, 1672,(*) P.R.5. "
See the William Owen Home Page

Immigration: Unknown. First appears as an adult in Taunton, Mass. May have been an immigrant, or the son, of an earlier, unidentified, immigrant. If he was a stand-alone immigrant, he likely arrived single and after the Great Migration of 1630-1650. It is interesting to note that there was a Scottish Eddy early in New Jersey. The Scots came over after the Great Migration, as prisoners from the English wars. (See Forbush and Bruce pages at this site.)

Residence: The Eddy Genealogy identifies some records of a John Eddy, which cannot be for John of Martha's Vineyard and thought to be for John of Taunton. So, he was probably in Plymouth first, then moved to Taunton, Mass, where he lived and died.

Death: November 27, 1695, (AAP), aged approximately 55.

Estate: Inventory of his Estate sworn to by widow Deliverance, Dec. 14, 1695. Aug. 12, 1696. Estate divided, "To Deliverance Eddy, wife, and her son Jonathan and two of her daughters, Susanna and Patience, to Ebenezer, eldest son, Eleazer, second son, Joseph, Mary Reed, [sic: Rood/Ruud per Torrey?] eldest daughter, Mercy Fisher, second daughter, and Hannah." Jonathan Eddy Genealogy, Pg 32

Children Notes: Note that Savage lists four children not in the will: John, Benjamin, Abigail, and Patience (born posthumously). John may have died young. Benjamin and Abigail are names of children of John2, son of Samuel1, of Martha's Vineyard and I think Savage mixed them up. Patience was posthumous, which explains her not being in the will.

Since she was born seven months after her father died, he may not even have known his wife was pregnant.

John Eddy of Taunton, Mass was a separate man from John Eddy, son of Samuel, who lived and died in Martha's Vineyard, Mass. (See TGMB, Eddy Genealogy, Banks work on Martha's Vineyard.)

[NI4669]

It is "probable" her name was Ellis, but very likely based on connections of Obadiah Eddy with the Ellis family.

[DI4669] She died "before him" (bef. Nov. 6, 1727) "but after Jan. 21, 1702."

[DI4673] ["on the banks of the Pawtucket River, near Rehoboth ... killed by Indians in King Philip's War."]
[ in King Philip's War, Rehoboth, Bristol Co., MA]

[XI4682] [Cedar Grove Cemetery ]

[XI4697] [in the 77th year]

[DI4711] "also given July 21"

[NI4723] She was a descendant of William Brewster, the Pilgrim of Plymouth, MA.

[NI4767] SAVAGE, VOL 4 DICT FIRST SETTLERS OF NE , p. 265
GEORGE, Plymouth, m. 1635, Phebe, d. of Robert Hicks, wh. d. 22  May 1663, had John; Phebe; Samuel and Eliz. tw. b. 18 Jan. 1648, of  wh. Samuel d. 20 Aug. 1649, but Eliz. to be m.; Mary; Jonathan,
9 Mar. 1652; Elkanah, 25 Feb. 1656; Jonathan, again, 1659; and perhaps others; and d. 1689, aged 87.  Phebe m. 22 Jan. 1657, Jonathan  Shaw; Mary m. 21 Aug. 1662, Thomas Leonard; and Eliz. m. 1667,
Joseph Williams of Taunton

[NI4771]   American Ancestry, Columbia County, New York State : < FTM's genealogylibrary.com>
ROBERT HICKS (m. Margaret (???)), who came from London to America with Robert Cushman and others in the ship Fortune, which followed the Mayflower, and landed at New Plymouth, Nov. 11, 1621. (See Ho tten's Emigrants.) Robert Hicks, his brother, came to America about 1630 and settled in Scituate, Mass. (See Vol. I American Ancestry, p. 37.) They were the sons of James Hicks of London and his wife Phebe, who is supposed to have been a dau. of the Rev. Ephraim Allyne of Hertfordshire, and who was son of Baptist, b. about 1526 (m. Nancy, dau. of James Everhard); son of Thomas Hicks of Tortworth, Gloucestershire, which estate he inherited from his father, John Hicks, and on which he resided until his de ath (m. Joan Darney). This Thomas was the eldest son of John Hicks, who was lineally descended from Sir Ellis Hicks who was knighted by Edward the Black Prince at the battle of Poictiers, Sept. 19, 1356. In the English Baronetage (see Foster's Edition, 1 881, p. 311) the lineage of Sir Michael Hicks-Beach, Bart., of Beverstone, Worcestershire, is traced to Robert Hicks, the son of John Hicks of Tortworth.
Phineas Pratt and Some of His Descendants , p. 44:
Phinehas Pratt sells his estate in Plymouth, August 6, 1646, to John Cooke. In the conveyance Pratt is styled a joiner.

Robert Hicks, deceased at Plymouth March 24, 1647, gives by Will to William Pontus, Phinehas Pratt, John Faunce, Nathaniel Morton and Thomas Cushman, twenty shillings each.

[NI4772] [or Rebecca (Hicks?)]

[BI4786] [Jan. 18, 1647?]

[NI4791]

3/27/1683 is one date for her death.

[DI4791] 3/27/1683 is one date for her death.

[NI4792]

found birth also given as London, England.

[BI4792] found birth also given as London, England.

[NI4793] Richard Warren of the Mayflower did not marry Elizabeth (Juatt) Marsh.

MAYFLOWER-L@rootsweb.com postings:
Richard Warren - Elizabeth
Was this wif not Elizabeth Jovatt?
Response: Fri 10/17/2003
Back in 1900 (MD 2:63) it was thought not.  The
rationale being that "in 1628, the year of [Richard's]
death, Elizabeth Juatt was still unmarried and only
about fourteen years old; while Richard's widow
Elizabeth was the mother of seven children, of whom at
least one was older than Elizabeth Juatt."

As far as I know this has not been contradicted in 100
years, (the 1997 MFIP and GMB in '95 still had no
surname for Elizabeth)

[BI4797] "Vineyard" source has abt. 1590 but "Plymouth Colony" gives "born ca. 1589 (age at death in 1668-69 was given as eighty)."

[DI4797] [per Shurtleff: " Mar. 2, 1668/9, aged 80 years"]

[NI4830] [Hannah ___, widow of Isaac Shaw [Hiam: Burgess Gen.]]

[BI4830] ["or 7 June 1699"]

[DI4840] He was "killed in action ... during King Philip's War."

[NI4843] A French Huguenot; Ship "Mayflower" passenger.
GEORGE SOULE
George Soule, born in England probably between 1593 and 1600, died in Duxbury before 22 Jan. 1679 ( O.S.) when his inventory was taken by Edward Southworth and Thomas Delano. The tentative dates for his birth are based on his signing of the he Maytlower Compact in 1620 and his death in 1679. As a signer of the Compact he must have been twenty, the known age of Gilbert Winslow.
Since a life span of eighty-five was rare in those days he was born probably not much earlier than 1593.
The wife whom he married probably in Plymouth before 1626 was Mary Bucket (?Becket) who arrived in Plymouth before 31 July 1623 aboard the Anoe. She died in Duxbury in December 1676. She has not been identified.
Probably no other of the Pilgrim band has been so exhaustively researched as George Soule. Charles Edward Banks, himself a descendant of the Pilgrim, spent years attempting to determine the antecedents of his ancestor. Roland Soule tells us that at "after studying all available American records he made a 'long sojourn' in England in 1922 and 1923 in an effort to determine the Soule parentage". -In the chapter written by Banks for Gideon G. T.
Ridlon's "Sole Solly, Soule, Sowlee and Soulis" Banks had cited as the father of George Soule, Robert Soule of Eckingham whom, he reported, had three sons Thomas, Robert and George named in his will of 1612. Banks' conclusion was that George the youngest son,
"answers best of all the candidates the demands of identification in point of time, locality and relationship to the Sole family which had contact with Governor Winslow in London and Worcestershire". However, later in the same chapter he stated that the parish records prior to 1612 had been lost but that "an examination of the years remaining show that a George Soule married in 1631 and that a Nathaniel Soule, presumably his son, was baptized
three years later". This then disposed of George, son of Robert, since he could not have been the Pilgrim. In recent years extensive searches have been made in English parish
records but despite all these investigations the parentage and birthplace of George Soule are still undiscovered. A most interesting and thought provoking article by Roland P.  Soule on a possible father for George Soule appeared in the Soule  Kindred Newsletter for October 1978. The search still goes on.
George Soule joined, probably in London, a company of adventurers off to the New World. His status is clearly established as a "servant" to relatively wealthy Pilgrim Edward Winslow, also as a signer of the famed Mayflower Compact of 11 Nov. v. 1620, O. S. It appears logical, therefore, to assume that Winslow bore the cost of his passage to Plymouth aboard the Mayflower. The original New Plimoth Colony Records, William Bradford's "Of Plimoth
Plantation, 1620-1647", Plymouth Registry of Deeds and Probates, Bristol County Registry of Deeds, Plymouth Town Records, Duxbury Town Records and other authoritative sources provide sufficient evidence upon which to base a comprehensive sketch of George Soule's life in New England. Unlike some of his colleagues, he never returned to his homeland. However, suffice to say that he became a relatively well-to-do leader, business
man and office holder in Plymouth Colony. As early as July 1627 George Soule was one of a group of fifty-eight "Purchaser or Old Comers" who assumed Plymouth Colony's debt to "The Adventurers", the promoters and capitalists who financed the voyage of the Mayflower and other early ventures and expenses of the colony. In return the group received profitable trading concessions in Maine, at Cape Ann, on Buzzard's Bay and subsequently on the Connecticut River. The General Court voted 5 March 1639/40 to pay these "Purchasers or Old Comers" for the surrender of their patent. Existing land records show that he acquired extensive holdings in Duxbury, Dartmouth, Middleboro, Marshfield and Bridgewater but resided only in Plymouth and Duxbury or "Ducksburrow" as it was called originally.
On 27 Sept. 1642 he appeared before the General Court as one of two "Deputies" or representatives from Duxbury, Plymouth Colony having established representative government in 1639 after finding it no longer practicable to have all of the  colonists participate as individuals. The representatives were limited to terms of one year and denied the right of succession so we find George Soule serving each alternate year for many years, with increasing assignments such as forming a committee 26 Oct. 1646 with Anthony Thatcher "to draw up an order concerning disorderly drinking of tobacco".
Early in 1637 the Pequot Indians "fell openly upon the English at Connecticut". In response to a plea for assistance, the Plymouth General Court agreed forthwith to send fifty men. George Soule volunteered for this service 7 June 1637 as one of f 42 men under Lieutenant William Holmes and Reverend Thomas Prence as chaplain "but when they were ready to march ... they had word to stay;
for the enemy was as good as vanquished and there would be no need."
The Society of Colonial Wars recognizes the eligibility for membership of any descendant of George Soule by reason of this "service" which, strictly speaking, was not actually performed. An eye witness also has identified one "George Soule, Sr." as having occupied the fort at Middleboro for six weeks in 1675 during King Philip's War. Admitting
that Pilgrim George Soule was an original proprietor of Middleboro, the disposal of his property there in 1668 and his advancing age, lend credibility to a theory that the member
of the fort party was actually the Pilgrim's son George Soule (1639-1704).
The will of George Soule, probated in 1679, reads
In Ihe Name of God Amen
I Gorge Soule senir of Duxbury in the Collonie of New Plymouth in New
England being aged and weake of body but of sound mind and Memory
praised be God Doe make this my last Will and Testament in Manor and
forme following Imprimis I comitt my soule
into the hands of Almighty God whoe Gave it and my body to be Decently
buried in the place appointed for that use whensoever hee shall please
to take me hence, and for the Disposall of my outward estate which God
of his Goodness hath Given mee
first I have and already formerly by Deeds under my hand and seale
Given unto my two sonnes Nathaniel and Gorge All my lands in the
Township of Dartmouth; Item I have formerly Given unto my Daughters
Elizabeth and Patience all my lands in the Township of Middleberry

Item I Give and bequeath unto my Daughters Susannah and Mary twelve
pence a peece to be paid by my executor hereafter Named after my
Decease; And forasmuch as my Eldest son lohn Soule and his family hath
in my extreme old age and weakness bin
tender and careful of mee and very healpfull to mee; and is likely soe
to be while it shall please God to continew my life heer therclore I
give and bequeath unto my said son John Soule all the Remainder of my
housing and lands whatsoever to him
his heires and Assigns forever Item I Give and bequeath unto my son
John Soule all my Goods and Chattles whatsoever Item I Nominate and
appoint my son John Soule to bc my sole Executor of the my last will
and Testament; and lastly I doo hearby make
Null and voyde all other and former wills and Testaments by mee att
Any time made; and Declare this instrument to be my last Will and
Testament In Witness whereof I the said Gorge Soule have heerunto sett
my hand and seale this eleventh Day of
August in the year of our Lord one Thousand six hundred seaventy and
seaven,

Gorge Soule and a seale

The above named Gorge Soule Did signe seale and Deliver this
Instrument to be his Last Will and Testament in the presence of us
Nathaniel Thomas

The Marke D T of Deborah Thomas

Apparently, as often happens in families when property is concerned, John Soule was displeased with the amount of property given to his sister Patience and his displeasure came to the notice of his father for he delivered this caveat in a codicil

Item the twentyeth Day of September 1677 I the above Named Gorge Soule Doe heerby further Declare that it is my will that if my son John Soule above named or his heires or Assignes or any of them shall att any time Disturbe my Daughter Patience or
her heires or Assignes or any of them in peacable Posession or Injoyment of the lands I have given her att Namassaket allies Middleberry and Recover the same from her or her heires or Assignes or any of them That then my Gift to my son John Soule
shall shalbe voyd; and that then my will is my Daughter Patience shall
have all my lands att Duxburrey And shee shalbe my sole executrix of
this my last Will and Testament And enter into my housing lands and
meddowes att Duxburrow,

In Witness wherof I have heerunto sett my hand and seale;

Gorge Soule and A seal

The above Named Gorge Soule Did Signe and seale to this addition in the presence of us

Nathaniell Thomas
The Marke D T of Deborah Thomas;

The order of birth of the children of Pilgrim George Soule is not known. It is established that Zachariah was the first born; John was 75 years old in 1707; George jr. was 34 years old in 1673; Patience's last child was born 1691; Elizabeth was s in trouble in 1663; and Pilgrim George had but eight children as of 1650.  An unpublished note of Robert S. Wakefield develops an acceptable ordering which will be used in this volume. 05

Eckington, Worcestershire, England
Or died in 1680.

A French Huguenot; Ship "Mayflower" passenger.         GEORGE SOULE

George Soule, born in England probably between 1593 and 1600, died in Duxbury before 22 Jan. 1679 ( O.S.) when his inventory was taken by Edward Southworth and Thomas Delano. The tentative dates for his birth are based on his signing of the he Maytlower Compact in 1620 and his death in 1679. As a signer of the Compact he must have been twenty, the known age of Gilbert Winslow. Since a life span of eighty-five was rare in those days he was born probably not much earlier than 1593.
   The wife whom he married probably in Plymouth before 1626 was Mary Bucket (?Becket) who arrived in Plymouth before 31 July 1623 aboard the Anoe. She died in Duxbury in December 1676. She has not been identified.



Probably no other of the Pilgrim band has been so exhaustively researched as George Soule. Charles Edward Banks, himself a descendant of the Pilgrim, spent years attempting to determine the antecedents of his ancestor. Roland Soule tells us that at "after studying all available American records he made a 'long sojourn' in England in 1922 and 1923 in an effort to determine the Soule parentage". -In the chapter written by Banks for Gideon G. T.
Ridlon's "Sole Solly, Soule, Sowlee and Soulis" Banks had cited as the father of George Soule, Robert Soule of Eckingham whom, he reported, had three sons Thomas, Robert and George named in his will of 1612. Banks' conclusion was that George the youngest son,
"answers best of all the candidates the demands of identification in point of time, locality and relationship to the Sole family which had contact with Governor Winslow in London and Worcestershire". However, later in the same chapter he stated that the parish records prior to 1612 had been lost but that "an examination of the years remaining show that a George Soule married in 1631 and that a Nathaniel Soule, presumably his son, was baptized
three years later". This then disposed of George, son of Robert, since he could not have been the Pilgrim.
In recent years extensive searches have been made in English parish records but despite all these investigations the parentage and birthplace of George Soule are still undiscovered. A most interesting and thought provoking article by Roland P. P. Soule on a possible father for George Soule appeared in the Soule Kindred Newsletter for October 1978. The search still goes on.  George Soule joined, probably in London, a company of adventurers off
to the New World. His status is clearly established as a "servant" to relatively wealthy Pilgrim Edward Winslow, also as a signer of the famed Mayflower Compact of 11 Nov. 1620, O. S.
It appears logical, therefore, to assume that Winslow bore the cost of his passage to Plymouth aboard the Mayflower. The original New Plimoth Colony Records, William Bradford's "Of Plimoth Plantation, 1620-1647", Plymouth Registry of Deeds and Probates, Bristol County Registry of Deeds, Plymouth Town Records, Duxbury Town Records and other authoritative sources provide sufficient evidence upon which to base a comprehensive sketch of George Soule's life in New England. Unlike some of his colleagues, he never returned to his homeland. However, suffice to say that he became a relatively well-to-do leader, business man and office holder in Plymouth Colony. As early as July 1627 George
Soule was one of a group of fifty-eight "Purchaser or Old Comers" who assumed Plymouth Colony's debt to "The Adventurers", the promoters and capitalists who financed the voyage of the Mayflower and other early ventures and expenses of the colony. In return the group received profitable trading concessions in Maine, at Cape Ann, on Buzzard's Bay and subsequently on the Connecticut River. The General Court voted 5 March 1639/40 to pay these "Purchasers or Old Comers" for the surrender of their patent. Existing land records show that he acquired extensive holdings in Duxbury, Dartmouth, Middleboro, Marshfield and Bridgewater but resided only in Plymouth and Duxbury or "Ducksburrow" as it was called originally.
On 27 Sept. 1642 he appeared before the General Court as one of two "Deputies" or representatives from Duxbury, Plymouth Colony having established representative government in 1639 after finding it no longer practicable to have all of the colonists participate as individuals. The representatives were limited to terms of one year and denied the right of succession so we find George Soule serving each alternate year for many years, with increasing assignments such as forming a committee 26 Oct. 1646 with Anthony Thatcher "to draw up an order concerning disorderly drinking of tobacco".
Early in 1637 the Pequot Indians "fell openly upon the English at Connecticut". In response to a plea for assistance, the Plymouth General Court agreed forthwith to send fifty men. George Soule volunteered for this service 7 June 1637 as one of f 42 men under Lieutenant William Holmes and Reverend Thomas Prence as chaplain "but when they were ready to march ... they had word to stay; for the enemy was as good as vanquished and there would be no need."
The Society of Colonial Wars recognizes the eligibility for membership of any descendant of George Soule by reason of this "service" which, strictly speaking, was not actually performed. An eye witness also has identified one "George Soule, Sr." as having occupied the fort at Middleboro for six weeks in 1675 during King Philip's War. Admitting
that Pilgrim George Soule was an original proprietor of Middleboro, the disposal of his property there in 1668 and his advancing age, lend credibility to a theory that the member
of the fort party was actually the Pilgrim's son George Soule (1639-1704).
The will of George Soule, probated in 1679, reads
In Ihe Name of God Amen
I Gorge Soule senir of Duxbury in the Collonie of New Plymouth in New
England being aged and weake of body but of sound mind and Memory
praised be God Doe make this my last Will and Testament in Manor and
forme following Imprimis I comitt my soule
into the hands of Almighty God whoe Gave it and my body to be Decently
buried in the place appointed for that use whensoever hee shall please
to take me hence, and for the Disposall of my outward estate which God
of his Goodness hath Given mee
first I have and already formerly by Deeds under my hand and seale
Given unto my two sonnes Nathaniel and Gorge All my lands in the
Township of Dartmouth; Item I have formerly Given unto my Daughters
Elizabeth and Patience all my lands in the Township of Middleberry

Item I Give and bequeath unto my Daughters Susannah and Mary twelve
pence a peece to be paid by my executor hereafter Named after my
Decease; And forasmuch as my Eldest son lohn Soule and his family hath
in my extreme old age and weakness bin
tender and careful of mee and very healpfull to mee; and is likely soe
to be while it shall please God to continew my life heer therclore I
give and bequeath unto my said son John Soule all the Remainder of my
housing and lands whatsoever to him
his heires and Assigns forever Item I Give and bequeath unto my son
John Soule all my Goods and Chattles whatsoever Item I Nominate and
appoint my son John Soule to bc my sole Executor of the my last will
and Testament; and lastly I doo hearby make
Null and voyde all other and former wills and Testaments by mee att
Any time made; and Declare this instrument to be my last Will and
Testament In Witness whereof I the said Gorge Soule have heerunto sett
my hand and seale this eleventh Day of
August in the year of our Lord one Thousand six hundred seaventy and
seaven,

                Gorge Soule and a seale

The above named Gorge Soule Did signe seale and Deliver this
Instrument to be his Last Will and Testament in the presence of us

Nathaniel Thomas

The Marke D T of Deborah Thomas

  Apparently, as often happens in families when property is concerned, John Soule was displeased with the amount of property given to his sister Patience and his displeasure came to the notice of his father for he delivered this caveat in a codicil

Item the twentyeth Day of September 1677 I the above Named Gorge Soule
Doe heerby further Declare that it is my will that if my son John Soule above named or his heires or Assignes or any of them shall att any time Disturbe my Daughter Patience or
her heires or Assignes or any of them in peacable Posession or Injoyment of the lands I have given her att Namassaket allies Middleberry and Recover the same from her or her heires or Assignes or any of them That then my Gift to my son John Soule shall shalbe voyd; and that then my will is my Daughter Patience shall have all my lands att Duxburrey And shee shalbe my sole executrix of this my last Will and Testament And enter into my housing lands and
meddowes att Duxburrow,
In Witness wherof I have heerunto sett my hand and seale;

                                  Gorge Soule and A seal

The above Named Gorge Soule Did Signe and seale to this addition in
the presence of us

Nathaniell Thomas

The Marke D T of Deborah Thomas;

The order of birth of the children of Pilgrim George Soule is not known. It is established that Zachariah was the first born; John was 75 years old in 1707; George jr. was 34 years old in 1673; Patience's last child was born 1691; Elizabeth was s in trouble in 1663; and Pilgrim George had but eight children as of 1650.
An unpublished note of Robert S. Wakefield develops an acceptable ordering which will be used in this volume. 05

[BI4843] [Eckington, Worcester, England?]

[NI4844] Name as "Bucket", or "Beckett".
Per GED from "Mayflwr.zip" (AOL), Mary Bucket [Beckett] born 17 Jan.
1590. Parents Sylvester Beckett and Elizabeth Hill.

Name as "Bucket", or "Beckett".
Per GED from "Mayflwr.zip" (AOL), Mary Bucket [Beckett] born 17 Jan. 1590. Parents Sylvester Beckett and Elizabeth Hill.

[BI4844] "17 Jan. 1598, England"

[DI4844] [Park Story: 16 Dec 1676]

[BI4847] or at Duxbury, MA

[BI4852] [calculated date; gravestone record]

[DI4900] ["Kingsley": 23 Aug 1859, "Abell": 23 Aug 1857

[DI4927] "near Rockdale in the township of Unadilla, Otsego Co., N.Y."

[DI4948] [He lived in Scituate and then Hanover]

[NI4954] From "Mayflower Index", Samuel Harlow married to Hannah ____.

From "Mayflower Index", Samuel Harlow married to Hannah ____.

From "Mayflower Index", Samuel Harlow married to Hannah ____.

[XI4969] [Burial Hill]

[XI4970] [Burial Hill]

[XI4971] [Burial Hill]

[BI4973] [supposedly "age 26 on 20 March 1689/90" per deposition]

[BI5002] [gravestone record: 1819]

[DI5002] [gravestone record]

[XI5002] [Colebrook Cemetery]

[XI5003] [Colebrook Cemetery]

[NI5011] Andrew Clark of Plymouth, son of Thomas Clarke, born 1635. Clarke
removed to Boston, and married Mehitabel, daughter of Thomas Scotto.
He lived in Scotto's Lane where his father bought him a house and he
carried on the shoe business. He was
Assistant Counsellor and several times Representative to the General
Court. Finallty he removed to Harwich, of which town he and his father
were among the original proprietors, in 1694. He died there in 1706.

Andrew Clark of Plymouth, son of Thomas Clarke, born 1635. Clarke
removed to Boston, and married Mehitabel, daughter of Thomas Scotto.
He lived in Scotto's Lane where his father bought him a house and he
carried on the shoe business. He was
Assistant Counsellor and several times Representative to the General
Court. Finallty he removed to Harwich, of which town he and his father
were among the original proprietors, in 1694. He died there in 1706.

[NI5012] Thomas Clark, baptized at St. Dunstan's Church, Stepney Parish, Co.
Middlesex, England in 1599/1600. His parents were John and Mary
(Morton) Clark, who were married at the same church in 1598. 04



Thomas Clark(e), carpenter, came in the ANN, 1623.



Thomas Clark(e) who was buried on the hill in Plymouth came over in
the Ann(e) in 1623, being then 23. He was probably a seafaring man as
well as a carpenter. It is recorded that in 1635, he lost a boat worth
£15 in a great storm in the Eel River.



He had for his garden plot in 1623, one acre on the south side of the
brook. In 1637, he was one of the first to volunteer to go against the
Pequot Indians. In this roll are Mr. Stephen Hopkins and his two sons,
Caleb and Giles. At this date he
dwelt at Eel River and was styled “yeoman”.



In 1642 he was surveyor of Plymouth; in 1651, one of the Plymouth
committee. He appears to have been a very active trading, speculating
man.



Before 1631 he married Susanna Ring, daughter of widow Mary Ring.



Mr. Clark(e) was elected one of the deputies of Plymouth in 1655, and
again in 1656.



He died at Plymouth, March 24, 1697, aged 98 years. 03



CLARK



-        Also written Clarke, Clerk, Clerke, CLARK and Clearke, is a
name of great antiquity in England. Originally any person who could
read and write was given the name and it came to be the surname of
learned persons generally, but particularly
of officers of ecclesiastical courts and parish churches who were
entrusted with recording and preserving the records. In medieval days,
the name was one to be respected, hence it is of frequent use in
Domesday Book, either written in one of the
various spellings given above or Clericus—"clerk or clergyman" "one of
the clerical order." In the early settlement of New England by the
English Puritans I625 to I640, we find men of the name who became
founders of large and distinguished families
not only in the New England Colonies, but in Virginia, Maryland and
New York, the name in the southern section of the United States
generally adopting the spelling with a final "e." The most numerous of
the christian names appears to have been
William, with John, Thomas and Samuel, in abundant evidence. Irish
emigrants to America have added to the name either from Scotch-Irish
or from the families of O'Clery or O Clersach, not only common but
distinguished names in the Emerald Isle and
literally indicating  the son of the cler



Four brothers from Bedfordshire, England came to New England in the
first quarter of the seventeenth century, named John, Joseph, Thomas
and Carew Clark. John was a founder of Rhode Island with Roger
Williams, and the founder of the Baptist church
in Newport, I638, and has numerous descendants. Thomas Clark
(I593-1697) a carpenter in Plymouth colony, 1623, and Susannah Ring,
wife, has among his illustrious descendants Alvan Clark (1804-1887) of
telescope fame, and his son, Alvan Graham Clark
(1832-1897), the lensmaker of Cambridge, Massachusetts; Alonzo

Howard Clark, born 1850, the scientist; George Bassett Clark
(I827-I89I), the mechanicien; James Freeman Clarke (I8I0-I888),  the
clergyman, author and anti-slavery advocate; Samuel F. Clarke (I85I),
the naturalist. 02

     Thomas Clark, baptized at St. Dunstan's Church, Stepney Parish, Co., Middlesex, England in 1599/1600. His parents were John and Mary (Morton) Clark, who were married at the same church in 1598. 04
     Thomas Clark(e), carpenter, came in the ANN, 1623.
     Thomas Clark(e) who was buried on the hill in Plymouth came over in the Ann(e) in 1623, being then 23. He was probably a seafaring man as well as a carpenter. It is recorded that in 1635, he lost a boat worth £15 in a great storm in the Eel River.
He had for his garden plot in 1623, one acre on the south side of the brook. In 1637, he was one of the first to volunteer to go against the Pequot Indians. In this roll are Mr. Stephen Hopkins and his two sons, Caleb and Giles. At this date he dwelt at Eel River and was styled "yeoman".
     In 1642 he was surveyor of Plymouth; in 1651, one of the Plymouth
committee. He appears to have been a very active trading, speculating
man.
Before 1631 he married Susanna Ring, daughter of widow Mary Ring.
Mr. Clark(e) was elected one of the deputies of Plymouth in 1655, and again in 1656.
He died at Plymouth, March 24, 1697, aged 98 years. 03

CLARK-        Also written Clarke, Clerk, Clerke, CLARK and Clearke, is a name of great antiquity in England. Originally any person who could read and write was given the name and it came to be the surname of learned persons generally, but particularly of officers of ecclesiastical courts and parish churches who were entrusted with recording and preserving the records. In medieval days, the name was one to be respected, hence it is of frequent use in Domesday Book, either written in one of the various spellings given above or Clericus "clerk or clergyman" "one of the clerical order." In the early settlement of New England by the English Puritans I625 to I640, we find men of the name who became
founders of large and distinguished families not only in the New England Colonies, but in Virginia, Maryland and New York, the name in the southern section of the United States
generally adopting the spelling with a final "e." The most numerous of the christian names appears to have been William, with John, Thomas and Samuel, in abundant evidence. Irish
emigrants to America have added to the name either from Scotch-Irish or from the families of O'Clery or O Clersach, not only common but distinguished names in the Emerald Isle.

Four brothers from Bedfordshire, England came to New England in the first quarter of the seventeenth century, named John, Joseph, Thomas and Carew Clark. John was a founder of Rhode Island with Roger Williams, and the founder of the Baptist church in Newport, I638, and has numerous descendants. Thomas Clark (I593-1697) a carpenter in Plymouth colony, 1623, and Susannah Ring, wife.

[DI5012] [Harwich, Barnstable Co., MA]

[DI5018] "Jine 1 or 6, 1780 or 81.  P. R. 6 (Carver VR)

[BI5022] [now in Carver, MA]

[NI5026] of Tiverton, RI

[BI5028] [1659 in "Shurtleff"]

[DI5046] ["Atwood": taken prisoner by the Indians and killed in 1691."]

[BI5069] [else Cherry Burton, England]

[NI5070] [also as Mary Salte]

[DI5070] [16 Jan. 1588 (Lathrop)]

[NI5099] [Family found at http://www.sartoris.com/Family/John1.html]

[BI5103] ["Sampler": bef 1645]

[DI5104] ["after 22 November 1675 ....and (before) 7 March 1675/76"]

[DI5106] else February 20, 1702/03, Plymouth, Plymouth Co., MA

[DI5108] ["h. Hannah"]

[DI5109] ["wid., blind and infirmed"]

[NI5116] ["formerly w. Job Prince"]

[NI5117] He married (1) Dorothy May, Amsterdam, Holland, 10 December 1613 and (2)  Alice (Carpenter) Southworth, 14 August 1623.

He was the first governor of Plymouth's residents.

[DI5118] [Shepard: this date was the burial date]

[BI5125] [Alt. place: Plymouth, Plymouth Co., Mass.]

[BI5133] [no parents given "[h. Polly]", (like a gravestone record)]

[NI5153] "of Boston"

[BI5168] [Hiam: Burgess Gen. states his birth was June 6, 1716 at Falmouth]

[DI5168] "Falmouth or Sandwich"

[XI5206] "in the Baptist Cemetery", at 67 years & 3 months.

[XI5207] "in the Baptist Cemetery", at 61 years.

[XI5233] [First Parish Cemetery]

[BI5234] ["4. Elizabeth born June . 30 . 1765. 10. AM. Sabbath."]

[XI5234] [First Parish Cemetery]

[XI5235] [First Parish Cemetery]

[XI5236] [First Parish Cemetery]

[BI5237] [April 5, 1712 in another part of PCR (Mayflower Descendant 22:117) & used in Cobb-Carr; also as 5 Apr 1722 in MD]

[DI5237] [MD has Nov 1799]

[BI5239] ["1. Rosseter Born March . 23 . 1758 wednesday about . 1 . or . 2. AM."]

[BI5240] ["2. Joanna Born October . 7 . 1761 . Tuesday . near midnight"]

[BI5241] ["3. Sarah Born March 28 . 1763. 3. a clock AM. Monday."]

[BI5242] ["5 Lucy Cotton born Febry 12th 1768. 2. A. M. Friday."]

[BI5243] ["6 Ward Cotton born March 24th 1770. 7 . A. M. Saturday."]

[NI5249] ["Josiah Cotton Esqr Justice of ye peace, for ye County of Plymo" performed marriages and was county clerk too]

[BI5249] [Cobb-Carr: 8 Jan. 1680]

[NI5254] ["one of the original settlers of New Albany" (Indiana)]

[NI5255] (from daughter Julia Ann (Julian)'s death record in Rochester, MA)

[NI5256] Much description of her life in "PLYMOUTH MEMORIES OF AN OCTOGENARIAN, pages 334-337.

[DI5259] a mariner, he was lost at sea.

[BI5267] from Hinton, WV

[NI5281] [Sally A. B. Cobb's death record has her mother's name as Sally Briggs]

[NI5289] [Listed as "John 4th" in birth records of children but not John 4th in marriage but as "John [int. Jr.]"]

[BI5289] [from Hanover per Wareham marriage record; residence there in marriage record in Hanover record, but no birth record there.]

[XI5298] [Hillside Cemetery]

[XI5299] [Hillside Cemetery]

[XI5306] [Pocasset Cemetery]

[XI5314] [Central Cemetery]

[DI5318] [Town record of May 9, 1822 shows gravestone having different date: "May 5, 1821" (see burial note)]
[May 5 1821 date per notarized letter with record of deaths from family Bible dated 1869, records  duplicated from older family Bible, owned by Mrs. Henrietta Cobb]]

[XI5318] [Evergreen Cemetery gravestone record: "Samuel W. Luce died May 5, 1821, Aged 38 years" (b. abt 1783)]

[DI5319] [gravestone record: "Hannah, widow of Samuel W.Luce, died Dec. 1, 1862, aged 77 years" (b. 1785)]

[XI5321] [Evergreen Cemetery]

[XI5322] [Evergreen Cemetery - very worn stone]

[XI5323] [Evergreen Cemetery]

[BI5325] [calc.]

[NI5335] Bef. 1651 ??

[DI5335] Bef. 1651 ??

[DI5336] [N.S.: 17 April 1663]

[NI5337] Hester Mahieu (or Mahlieu)

[DI5339] 7 July 1676 in Eastham, MA (per Shurtleff)

[BI5344] ["Thomson": 1626]

[XI5344] [88th year]

[XI5348] [Old Burying Ground]

[NI5357] Widow of Israel Holmes amd William Sherman before marrying Alexander Standish; had four children with him.

[DI5357] Her death was also placed as Plymouth, Plymouth Co., MA.

[DI5396] [h, Lydia], in 49th y.

[XI5406] [Burial Hill]

[NI5415] [1930 census]

[BI5418] or abt. 1712

[DI5418] wid. John, in 56th y.

[DI5419] [h, Persis, h, Mary], in 53d y.

[DI5433] ["Morton": Feb. 27, 1741 but gravestone has Feb. 27, 1745/6 aged 99]

[BI5439] ["Maine, Vital Records, 1670-1907" database, FamilySearch]

[DI5439] ["Maine, Vital Records, 1670-1907" database, FamilySearch ]

[BI5440] ["Massachusetts, Births, 1841-1915" database, FamilySearch]

[BI5441] ["Rhode Island, Births and Christenings, 1600-1914" database, FamilySearch]

[BI5465] [1647?]

[NI5478] See

See < http://home.earthlink.net/~anderson207/PoorDaniel1.html> for "Family of Daniel1 Poor 1674-1724".
"Daniel came to Massachusetts as a boy, arriving on the Bevis from Southampton in 1638 as servant to Richard Dummer."

[DI5503] ["Francis Cary, born 1648, and Lydia Brett, of Bridgewater Mass." July 2014, shows alternate date of 6 Sept. 1727 though 1718 date also found]

[NI5504] ["Francis Cary, born 1648, and Lydia Brett, of Bridgewater Mass." July 2014, from "January/April 1986 The American Genealogist article by RoseMari Finter" shows his wife was Lydia Brett, not Hannah Brett]

[NI5505] History of North Bridgewater

King, Bradford. History of North Bridgewater. This book contains the history of North Bridgewater, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, from it's earliest settlement to the present time, that focuses on the family resgistries.

Bibliographic Information: Kingsman, Bradford. Boston, Massachusetts, 1866.

  1 WILLIAM BRETT came to Duxbury, Mass., in 1645, from Kent, England.
     He was one of the original proprietors of the town of Bridgewater, and was located in what is now West Bridgewater. He was an  Elder in the Church, and often, when Rev. James Keith was sick, he preached to the people; he, a leading man, both in church and
     town affairs, was often Representative to the General Court of the colony; probably from this family sprung all of the name of Brett in the country. His wife was Margaret (???). Children:--
  2 William, married Elizabeth Cary.
  3 Elihu, married Ann (???).
  4 Nathaniel [8], married Sarah Hayward, 1683.
  5 Lydia.
  6 Alice, married Joseph Hayward.
  7 Hannah, married Francis Cary.
    The father died 1681.

  8 NATHANIEL (son of William 1) married Sarah, daughter of John Hayward,
     1683. Children:--
  9 Alice, b. Jan. 29, 1686; died March 7, 1686.
10 Seth, b. Feb. 24, 1688 [16]; married Sarah Alden.
11 Mehitable, b. Aug. 12, 1692; married Samuel Edson, 1721.
12 Sarah, Jan. 28, 1695; died Dec. 28, 1774.
13 Hannah, Oct. 18, 1699; married Joseph Gannett.
14 William, April 26, 1702; married Bethia Kingsley.
15 Nathaniel, b. Nov. 3, 1704; married Rebecca (???).
    The wife died July 11, 1737. The husband died Nov. 19, 1740. He
      was a deacon of the church, and town clerk for several years, and a


      highly-respectable man.

16 SETH (son of Nathaniel 8) married Sarah, daughter of Isaac Alden,
      1712. Children:--
17 Samuel, b. Aug. 22, 1714 [22]; married Hannah Packard, 1737.
18 Silas, b. Feb. 28, 1716; became a clergyman and settled in Berkley.


19 Sarah, b. March 3, 1718; married Captain Matthew Allen, 1735.
20 Simeon, b. Jan. 8, 1720 [31]; m. Mehitable Packard, Jan. 31, 1749.
21 Seth, b. April 13, 1722; married Patience Curtis, 1744.
    The father died of small-pox, Jan. 11, 1722.

[NI5508] "who was a carpenter and bridge builder, and in August, 1643, we find
his name on the muster-roll of the Duxbury Company commanded by Capt.
Myles Standish; ...."

"who was a carpenter and bridge builder, and in August, 1643, we find his name on the muster-roll of the Duxbury Company commanded by Capt. Myles Standish; ...."

[NI5514] " oldest son of Robert (thirteenth generation), ... He was sheriff of
Bristol in 1599 and mayor in 1611. He had eight sons, three of whom
came to America in 1634, 1635, and 1640 respectively. "

" oldest son of Robert (thirteenth generation), ... He was sheriff of Bristol in 1599 and mayor in 1611. He had eight sons, three of whom came to America in 1634, 1635, and 1640 respectively. "

[NI5516] "was sheriff of Bristol in Somerset, in  1532 ... He was mayor of that


city in 1546."

"was sheriff of Bristol in Somerset, in  1532 ... He was mayor of that city in 1546."

[NI5517] Robert was "eleventh generation of the Clovelly line, was the ancestor


of the Devonshire and Somersetshire Carys."

Robert was "eleventh generation of the Clovelly line, was the ancestor of the Devonshire and Somersetshire Carys."

[NI5518] Second wife of Robert Cary

Second wife of Robert Cary

[DI5577] [drowned in Plymouth Harbor in Mass. Colony]

[BI5586] ["probable" child]

[NI5606] ["A farmer of East Bridgewater", Mass.]

[NI5607] History of North Bridgewater

King, Bradford. History of North Bridgewater. This book contains the history of North Bridgewater, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, from it's earliest settlement to the present time, that focuses on the family resgistries.

Bibliographic Information: Kingsman, Bradford. Boston, Massachusetts, 1866.

10 JOSEPH (son of Hon. John 1) was one of the early settlers of Bridgewater,
      in 1654. His posterity are very numerous throughout the
      Bridgewaters. He married Mary, daughter of Moses Simmons.
      Children:--
11 Isaac, married Mehitable Allen, of Bridgewater, Dec. 2, 1685.
12 Joseph, b. 1668 [16], married Hannah Dunham, of Plymouth.
13 John, married Hannah White, of Weymouth.
14 Elizabeth, married Benjamin Snow, 1691.
15 Mary, married Samuel Allen, 1700.
    The father died Feb. 8, 1697, aged 73.

[BI5607] [1624; also as 1627/8 for birth in Raymond genealogy.]

[DI5607] 2 Feb 1696/97

[NI5608] b. abt. 1626, Duxbury; b. abt.1628, Bridgewater; b. abt. 1630,
Plymouth; b. abt. 1638, Duxbury; b. abt. 1639, Bridgewater; in records
of m'fiche of FHC.

[BI5608] [b. abt. 1626, Duxbury; b. abt.1628, Bridgewater; b. abt. 1630, Plymouth; b. abt. 1638, Duxbury; b. abt. 1639, Bridgewater; in records of m'fiche of FHC.]

[NI5609] " Formerly spelled and written "Moyses Symonson" came to Plymouth in the "Fortune", landing on November ninth, 1621, and is usually reckoned as one of the Pilgrims,...(Winslow's History 1646 )" ["History of THE SIMMONS FAMILY", 1930, p.9 ]

" Formerly spelled and written "Moyses Symonson" came to Plymouth in the "Fortune", landing on November ninth, 1621, and is usually reckoned as one of the Pilgrims,...(Winslow's History 1646 )" ["History of THE SIMMONS FAMILY", 1930, p.9 ]

[NI5610]

[The Genealogical Advertiser A Quarterly Magazine of Family History, Vol I-IV
Vol. I. March, 1898. No. 1.
  Abstracts from the First Book of Plymouth County Probate Records.
   In the Order in Which They are Recorded.
[16] Heirs of the estate of John Alden senior of Duxbury Esqr lately deceased gave receipt to Jonathan Alden administrator for their portions of estate, 13 Jun 1688 . Signed by John Alden , Joseph Alden , David Alden , Priscilla Alden , William Paybody , Alexander Standish "in ye Right of my wife Sarah deceased," John Bass , "in ye Right of my wife Ruth deceased," Mary Alden , Thomas Dillano . ]

[BI5610] John Alden was probably born in Harwich, Essex, England.

[DI5610] 1 Sep 1686

[NI5611] Age: over 16 (not over 21) when she came to America on Mayflower.

[BI5611] Age: over 16 (not over 21) when she came to America on Mayflower. Birth between 1600 and 1605.
Dorking, Stoke Parish, Surrey, England?

[DI5611] aft 1687?

[NI5612] Death date given as 1.[ N.S.:] March 3, 1621; 2.[O.S.:] 21 Feb. 1621

[NI5615] "Moses Simmons was married (probably in Duxbury) about 1632 to Sarah (most of the early writers think she was Sarah Chandler, daughter of Roger Chandler, but no definite record obtainable.)"  [Source: "The Simmons Genealogy", 1930]
Also have seen Sarah Chandler as dau. of Edmund Chandler.

"Moses Simmons was married (probably in Duxbury) about 1632 to Sarah (most of the early writers think she was Sarah Chandler, daughter of Roger Chandler, but no definite record obtainable.)"  [Source: "The Simmons Genealogy", 1930]
Also have seen Sarah Chandler as dau. of Edmund Chandler.

[NI5618] Elizabeth Alden was the first female child born to the Pilgrims.

[BI5618] Elizabeth Alden was the first female born to the Pilgrims in Mass. (birth between 1622 and 1625)

[DI5618] [One Alden genealogy has different birth dat, marriage date and death date. It has her death as 12/13/1707.]

[n 1682, Sakonnet was incorporated by the Plymouth Colony and renamed Little Compton. By 1747, Little Compton secured its own royal decree and was annexed to Newport County as a part of Rhode Island ]

[XI5618] [Old Commons Cemetery]

[NI5619] Daughters Sarah, Anna, and Mary mentioned. Also had daughter Ruth.

[XI5621] [Wenham Cemetery]

[XI5622] [Purchade Cemetery (transcribed in 1902)]

[BI5627] 1629 -1640, maybe at Plymouth, Plymouth Co., MA but probably at Duxbury.

[DI5627] [before 13 Jun. 1688, "(settlement of her father's estate; MD 3:11)."]

[XI5628] [Purchade Cemetery (transcribed in 1902)]

[XI5636] Purchase Cemetery, North Middleboro, Plymouth Co., MA

[DI5643] [4/10/1823 (Thomson) or 4/7/1821]

[NI5646] In Holland, as William Simonzoon (Symonson)

[XI5647] [Wenham Cemetery]

[XI5648] [Lakenham Cemetery]

[XI5654] buried in Old Cemetery on Centre St..

[BI5656] 1637 - 1648

[XI5656] [Myles Standish Burying Ground]

[DI5657] [after 13 June 1688 and  (N. P. Schutz) "before 24 Oct. 1699" or before 12 Sept. 1688 (p. 613)]

[BI5659] 1645 - 1650

[DI5665] between Feb. and July of 1733.

[NI5692] [R.M. Karapetoff Cobb Chemistry Award]
[The late Vladimir Karapetoff, a distinguished scientist, electrical engineer and musician. Funds for the award were contributed by his late wife, Rosalie M. (Cobb) Karapetoff, who received the SM degree from MIT in 1923. ?
< http://web.mit.edu/newsoffice/1995/hammel-0125.html> ]

[: Vladimir Karapetoff Award for career accomplishment.
This major HKN recognition for career accomplishment in the field of electrical and computer engineering dates from 1922, when the Board of Governors established the award in honor of Vladimir Karapetoff, an IEEE Fellow and a prominent member of Eta Kappa Nu.
The award is given annually to an electrical practitioner who is distinguished himself/herself through an invention, a development, or a discovery in the field of electrotechnology. The fund to support the award was initiated through a bequest from Dr. Karapetoff's widow, R.M. Karapetoff Cobb, herself a distinguished chemical engineer.]

[ - MISS R. M. COBB WED TO ITHACA EDUCATOR; Wife of Prof. Karapetoff of Cornell Since Nov. 25, 1936 -
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.
June 14, 1938, Tuesday, Page 18 -
Professor Vladimir Karapetoff of the College of Engineering at Cornell University announced today that he and Miss R. M. Cobb of Winthrop, Mass., and Leonia, N. J., were married on Nov. 25, 1936, at Dobbs Ferry, N. Y.]

[BI5699] [date on grave marker but census data proveds different ages (1860: aged 5; 1910: aged 40]

[DI5699] [grave marker]

[NI5701] [Son of Solomon Schryver (he has parents born in Holland); not on 1880 census with Solomon Schryver's household but his father is in his household in 1910 census]

[BI5708] Probably Yarmouth, MA

[BI5712] [Shepard: Feb. 20, 1651-52]

[BI5714] "aged 44 years" at death.

[NI5718] [Esther Nash?]

[DI5720] [Not mentioned in husband's will]

[DI5723] [Died in battle during the King Philip's War near the Pawtucket River in Rhode Island]

[DI5725] [or in Kingston, MA]

[NI5738]

[The Mary Phillips, who married Richard Godfrey may have been a widow of James Phillips and not this Mary (Hoskins) (Cobb) Phillips, especially as Samuel Phillips name on a document in 1692 Raynham Iron Works (if same person)]

[NI5739] WILLIAM, Scituate 1634, of wh. no more is  told by Deane, was of Plymouth after, freem. 1634, had a s. there, b. 30 Nov. 1647; and Samuel, 8 Aug. 1654; and d. 7 Sept. 1695; Mary,  prob. his d. m. 28 Nov. 1660,  Edward Cobb;

Genforum: Haskins
Regarding William Haskins/Hoskins and Ann Hinds/Hynds check the book HASKIN'S FAMILY: A SCRAPBOOK OF DATA ON SIXTEEN GENERATIONS OF THE HASKINS LINE by Jean Helen Haskins Gimbut. She states that William is the son of Henry Haskins and Anne Winthrop and lists all their children with spouses.
Genforum: Haskins
William Hoskins b:1613 near Cork,Ireland d:9/7/1695 in Plymoth Mass. (80)years old. He married Ann Hinds 12/21/1638. Ann Hinds b:1617
Genforum: Haskins
Line #1
William-Ann Hinds         --->          John- Elizabeth Knapp     --> Elizabeth- Ebenezer Pitts

line 2
Samuel-Abigail Stacey    -->             Samuel-Mercy Cobb      --> Nehemiah-Mary Blake
Nehemiah-Abigail Tisdale    -->       Ruth Tisdale -Philip Howard

[NI5741] Ann Hinds was the second wife of William Hoskins.

[XI5749] [Woodlawn Cemetery]]

[DI5774] She was not living when he made his will in 1678.

[NI5775] FOOTNOTE:1*Bowling, Alice Christine, The Ancestors and Family of John
Lawson
Packard

LDS Ancestral File says "Sarah Howard b. 20 Aug 1648 Plymouth MA, p.
John
Howard
& Martha Hayward, m. Zaccheus Packard 1 Feb 1682 Bridgewater, Plymouth
Co MA,
d. 1703 W Bridgewater, Plymouth Co MA".

BJF says "Sarah Howard b. 20 Jul 16??, m. Zaccheus Packard".

PIEMD says "Sarah Howard, p. John Howard (of West Bridgewater), m.
Zaccheus
Packard 1679".

HESB says "Sarah Howard, p. John Howard & Martha Hayward, m. Zaccheus
Packard".

PIEMF says "Sarah Howard, p. John Howard, m. Zaccheus Packard 1679".

CFUSA says "Sarah Howard, p. John Howard & Martha Hayward, m. Zaccheus
Packard
1679".

GDFSNE says "Sarah Howard, p. John Howard, m. Zaccheus Packard".

PAFA says "Sarah Howard b. 20 Aug 1647, p. John Howard & Martha
Hayward (of
West Bridgewater), m. Zacheus Packard, d. aft 1701".

LDS Ancestral File says "Sarah Howard b. 20 Aug 1648 Plymouth MA, p.
John
Howard
& Martha Hayward, m. Zaccheus Packard 1 Feb 1682 Bridgewater, Plymouth
Co MA,
d. 1703 W Bridgewater, Plymouth Co MA".

BJF says "Sarah Howard b. 20 Jul 16??, m. Zaccheus Packard".

PIEMD says "Sarah Howard, p. John Howard (of West Bridgewater), m.
Zaccheus
Packard 1679".

HESB says "Sarah Howard, p. John Howard & Martha Hayward, m. Zaccheus
Packard".

PIEMF says "Sarah Howard, p. John Howard, m. Zaccheus Packard 1679".

CFUSA says "Sarah Howard, p. John Howard & Martha Hayward, m. Zaccheus
Packard
1679".

GDFSNE says "Sarah Howard, p. John Howard, m. Zaccheus Packard".

PAFA says "Sarah Howard b. 20 Aug 1647, p. John Howard & Martha
Hayward (of
West Bridgewater), m. Zacheus Packard, d. aft 1701".

Second daughter of John Hayward (Howard)

LDS Ancestral File says "Sarah Howard b. 20 Aug 1648 Plymouth MA, p. John
Howard & Martha Hayward, m. Zaccheus Packard 1 Feb 1682 Bridgewater, Plymouth Co MA, d. 1703 W Bridgewater, Plymouth Co MA".



FOOTNOTE:1*Bowling, Alice Christine, The Ancestors and Family of John Lawson
           Packard

LDS Ancestral File says "Sarah Howard b. 20 Aug 1648 Plymouth MA, p. John
Howard
& Martha Hayward, m. Zaccheus Packard 1 Feb 1682 Bridgewater, Plymouth Co MA,
d. 1703 W Bridgewater, Plymouth Co MA".

BJF says "Sarah Howard b. 20 Jul 16??, m. Zaccheus Packard".

PIEMD says "Sarah Howard, p. John Howard (of West Bridgewater), m. Zaccheus
Packard 1679".

HESB says "Sarah Howard, p. John Howard & Martha Hayward, m. Zaccheus Packard".

PIEMF says "Sarah Howard, p. John Howard, m. Zaccheus Packard 1679".

CFUSA says "Sarah Howard, p. John Howard & Martha Hayward, m. Zaccheus Packard
1679".

GDFSNE says "Sarah Howard, p. John Howard, m. Zaccheus Packard".

PAFA says "Sarah Howard b. 20 Aug 1647, p. John Howard & Martha Hayward (of
West Bridgewater), m. Zacheus Packard, d. aft 1701".

LDS Ancestral File says "Sarah Howard b. 20 Aug 1648 Plymouth MA, p. John
Howard
& Martha Hayward, m. Zaccheus Packard 1 Feb 1682 Bridgewater, Plymouth Co MA,
d. 1703 W Bridgewater, Plymouth Co MA".

BJF says "Sarah Howard b. 20 Jul 16??, m. Zaccheus Packard".

PIEMD says "Sarah Howard, p. John Howard (of West Bridgewater), m. Zaccheus
Packard 1679".

HESB says "Sarah Howard, p. John Howard & Martha Hayward, m. Zaccheus Packard".

PIEMF says "Sarah Howard, p. John Howard, m. Zaccheus Packard 1679".

CFUSA says "Sarah Howard, p. John Howard & Martha Hayward, m. Zaccheus Packard
1679".

GDFSNE says "Sarah Howard, p. John Howard, m. Zaccheus Packard".

PAFA says "Sarah Howard b. 20 Aug 1647, p. John Howard & Martha Hayward (of
West Bridgewater), m. Zacheus Packard, d. aft 1701".

[BI5775] [Second daughter of John Hayward (Howard) - also as 20 Aug 1648]

[NI5779] He and wife died of woundsfrom Indians at start of King Philip's war.
Afterwards, their children taken care of by his brother, Edward.

[DI5779] [He and his wife died of wounds from Indians at start of King Philip's war. Afterwards, their children taken care of by his brother Edward.]

[NI5780] He was with the Pilgrims in Leyden, Holland (before 1620).

A source (Duxbury Hist.) has age of death at 90, d. 1689, then birth
would be 1599.

He was with the Pilgrims in Leyden, Holland (before 1620).

[BI5780] A source (Duxbury Hist.) has age of death at 90, d. 1689, then birth would be 1599.

[BI5798] [Date per Massachusetts Death Index, 1970-2003, U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-Current (as of 26Jan2014)]

[DI5798] [Date per Massachusetts Death Index, 1970-2003, U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-Current (as of 26Jan2014)]

[XI5798] [Massachusetts National Cemetery, Off Connery Avenue Bourne, MA 02532; buried at: Section 11 Site 541]

[BI5805] [Year only given in two sources except full date in "Dunbar" which used primary sources]

[DI5805] [as 1 Nov 1858 in "Brett" (misprint?) but as 1 Nov 1851 per Cobb-Dunbar Family Record at NEHGS per "Dunbar"]

[DI5806] [Cobb-Dunbar Family Record at NEHGS per "Dunbar"]

[BI5819] [Weymouth?]

[XI5831] [South St. Cemetery]

[XI5854] ["on the homestead" at Green Hill (Barrington)]

[XI5881] [No grave known]

[XI5891] Main St./Kendall St. cemetery

[BI5908] Raynham, Rehoboth or Franklin (Wrentham)

[XI5936] [Burial Hill]

[BI5960] See #12 at

[DI5960] See

[DI5962] See gravestone at

[XI5962] HERE LYES BURIED
THE BODY OF
DOCtr THOMAS WEST
DIED SEPtr ye 6th
1706 IN THE 60th
YEAR OF HIS AGE.

[NI5964] [See this family at for "Francis West of Duxbury, Mass. From A Survey of the Descendants of Francis West of Duxbury" by Carlton Prince West (Winston Salem NC, 1987)
(A full copy of this manuscript be found at the NEHGS Library in Boston, Mass. ...)
[Also at < http://history.vineyard.net//franwest.htm >]

[NI5968] See  this West Family from page at

[NI5971] [ aged 86 per p. 382 [TSHF]]

[DI5971] aged 86 per p. 382 [TSHF]

[NI5972] 1840 MA Census:     Name           State   County Location Page  Year
           Hopkins, Moses      MA    BARNSTABLE CO.   BREWSTER   194 1840
           Hopkins, Moses T.  MA    BARNSTABLE CO.   BREWSTER   189 1840

[NI5973] Or Betsey Freeman,b. 1791, of Isaac & Gene Freeman

Death Record og Geo. C. (son) has mother's birthplace at Brewster.

Or Betsey Freeman,b. 1791, of Isaac & Gene Freeman

[DI5973] She was not listed on the 1855 census but her husband & children were listed.

[NI5974] [ Edward of Benjamin/Rachel:b. 2-24-1735  Harwich; if of Moses/Hannah:
b. 4-28-1748 @ Harwich; if of Joseph/Mary (Higgins): b. 9-25-1744 Harwich or Hardwick [Worcester Co.].
"The Stephen Hopkins Family", p. 383]

[BI5974] "The Stephen Hopkins Family", p. 383

[NI5975] [ Intention of marr. puts her "Mrs. Mary Mayo", so her maiden name may not be Mayo. Since this Mary Mayo was born years before spouse; possibly not born as Mayo.]

Brewster, MA Vital Records, p. 78: "Widow Mary Hop- kins Relic of Mr. Edward Hopkins Dide ..."]

[DI5975] Brewster,MA Vital Records, p. 78: "Widow Mary Hop- kins Relic of Mr. Edward Hopkins Dide ..."

[NI5976] Marriage file card has marriage to "Ernest N. Small" on 7-20-1865 at
18 (=born abt 1847)

Marriage file card has marriage to "Ernest N. Small" on 7-20-1865 at 18 (=born abt 1847)

[NI5977] [ 1840 MA Census:
  Name                    State        County               Location    Page Year
  Hopkins, Elisha     MA      BARNSTABLE CO. ORLEANS    184 1840]

[NI5986] ALSO noted as [1824]

ALSO noted as [1824]

[NI6016] Also "Judah Berey"

Also "Judah Berey"

[NI6017] Also "Rebekah Hamlen"

Also "Rebekah Hamlen"
Surname Given     Sex Birth    Birth   Death Spouse Mother Father
   Name       Date  Place  Date
Hamlin Rebecca    F ABT 1694     Judah Berry Lydia Sears Eleazer
                                         Hamblen

Eleazer Hamblen  b: 12 Apr 1668 in Barnstable, MA  d: 1698
  .....  +Lydia Sears  b: 24 Oct 1666 in Yarmouth, MA  m: 24 Oct 1690 in Harwich, MA

[XI6018] [Ancient Sears Cemetery, West Brewster]

[NI6019] A soldier in King Philip's War of 1670s.

A soldier in King Philip's War of 1670s.

[BI6023] [20 Feb. 1637 in "Sears"]

[DI6023] [20 Feb. 1707 in "Sears"]

[XI6023] a gravestone is in Yarmouth, MA's Ancient Cemetery.

[NI6026]

Her name may have been Dorothy Batt, a daughter of Thomas Batt of England.

[possibly Dorothy Jones (p. 1.5, SSears Genealogical CatalogueT) per John W. Sears, from the Essex Genealogist (Nov. 1986, Vol. vi, No. 4), whose sister married Anthony Thacher, associated with the Sears family.]
[Her name may have been Dorothy Batt, a daughter of Thomas Batt of England but not as likely as Dorothy Jones]

[possibly Dorothy Jones (p. 1.5, SSears Genealogical CatalogueT) per John W. Sears, from the Essex Genealogist (Nov. 1986, Vol. vi, No. 4), whose sister married Anthony Thacher, associated with the Sears family.]
[Her name may have been Dorothy Batt, a daughter of Thomas Batt of England but not as likely as Dorothy Jones]

[possibly Dorothy Jones (p. 1.5, SSears Genealogical CatalogueT) per John W. Sears, from the Essex Genealogist (Nov. 1986, Vol. vi, No. 4), whose sister married Anthony Thacher, associated with the Sears family.]
[Her name may have been Dorothy Batt, a daughter of Thomas Batt of England but not as likely as Dorothy Jones]

[BI6027] b. 12 Apr 1668 in Barnstable, MA

[NI6038] Merged General Note:
"Myrick" or "Merrick", Sarah


Merged General Note:
"Myrick" or "Merrick", Sarah

[NI6040] Actually placed at bet. 6 June and 7 July 1749

[DI6040] Actually placed at bet. 6 June and 7 July 1749

[NI6048] Also named "Mary Myrick"

Act. [TSHF, P. 27: Between 1694 and 4/1701]

Also named "Mary Myrick"

[NI6049] Also given name as "Gyles". Arrived on MAYFLOWER w/ family. Also found


birth as "about 1607" and death as "1690".

Foster: "c. 1607"; also found as "c. 1605"

Death bet. 5 Mar. 1688/9 and 16 April 1690

Also given name as "Gyles". Arrived on MAYFLOWER w/ family. Also found


birth as "about 1607" and death as "1690".

Foster: "c. 1607"; also found as "c. 1605"

Death bet. 5 Mar. 1688/9 and 16 April 1690

Also given name as "Gyles". Arrived on MAYFLOWER w/ family. Also found birth as "about 1607" and death as "1690".


Also given name as "Gyles". Arrived on MAYFLOWER w/ family. Also found
birth as "about 1607" and death as "1690".

Foster: "c. 1607"; also found as "c. 1605"

Death bet. 5 Mar. 1688/9 and 16 April 1690

Also given name as "Gyles". Arrived on MAYFLOWER w/ family. Also found
birth as "about 1607" and death as "1690".

Foster: "c. 1607"; also found as "c. 1605"

Death bet. 5 Mar. 1688/9 and 16 April 1690

Also given name as "Gyles". Arrived on MAYFLOWER w/ family. Also found birth as "about 1607" and death as "1690".

[BI6049] [Foster: "c. 1607"; also found as "c. 1605"]

[DI6049] [Death bet. 5 Mar. 1688/9 and 16 April 1690 in Yarmouth or Eastham]

[NI6050] Mentioned in Giles' will as wife "Catorne";also, rendered as
"Katherne" per [TSHF,P.10-11].

Death after 5 Mar. 1688/9.

Mentioned in Giles' will as wife "Catorne";also, rendered as "Katherne" per [TSHF,P.10-11].

Death after 5 Mar. 1688/9.

[DI6050] [Death after 5 Mar. 1688/9]

[NI6051] "Also spelled Whelding and Wheldon and without the "h" in old records.



Died in 1654, bet. Feb. 11, 1653 and April 4, 1654 per "Early Wheldens
Of Yarmouth" by James W. Hawes

"Also spelled Whelding and Wheldon and without the "h" in old records.



Died in 1654, bet. Feb. 11, 1653 and April 4, 1654 per "Early Wheldens Of Yarmouth" by James W. Hawes

" Gabriel Whelden: Gabriel was born in England.  He married an unknown person.  He married Margaret.  Gabriel died  January 1653/1654 in Malden, Massachusetts" [TAC]

[DI6051] Died in 1654, bet. Feb. 11, 1653 and April 4, 1654 per "Early Wheldens Of Yarmouth" by James W. Hawes

[DI6059] [Death before 1617/18 per one record.]

[XI6059] [Parish registers of Hursley, then County of Southampton, England.]

[NI6073] Also as born in 1712.

[NI6076] Possibly son of Nicholas Snow , settled Eastham. married Stephen
Hopkins' dau. Constance.

Possibly son of Nicholas Snow , settled Eastham. married Stephen Hopkins' dau. Constance.

[DI6076] "Cape Cod Library..." (v. 1, p. 529) gives Snow'sdeath date as "Dec. 17, 1705".

[NI6107] [Listing of children on pg. 20 gives "Seth Freeman Junr. & Tempe Freeman", yet same list on pg. 47 does not have "Junr.",  and gives "Seth ...Sr." and "Tempe wife of Seth" dates of deaths.
Twin birth with "Haskell Freeman"; per vol. "Mayflower Families", Vol. III: The George Soule Family; Generation IV and V, p. 123.]

[BI6107] [twin of Haskell Freeman]

[DI6117] [Alt.: Aft 13 AUG 1743]

[NI6120] [Birth - p.84 of Vital Records of Harwich, Mass. 1694-1850. Another Abigail Rogers was born 6/6/1759, but would be 14 yrs. at marriage; thus this Abigail at 21 y. would be suited.]

[BI6120] Birth - p.84 of Vital Records of Harwich, Mass. 1694-1850. Another Abigail Rogers was born 6/6/1759, but would be 14 yrs. at marriage; thus this Abigail at 21 y. would be suited.

[DI6121] [Aft 3 SEP 1773]

[BI6124] [Sept. 1873 by 1900 census; else Sept. 1876; birth in Cape Breton per marriage record which has her age as 21]

[XI6148] [Old North Cemetery]

[XI6149] [Old North Cemetery]

[NI6151] [Adopted daughter; see the Taunton line of the Cobb families of Mass.]

[NI6152] He served in the Continental Congress of the US during the Revolution. In May 1778 he was a Representative from taunton; in Aug. 1778, made attorney general of Mass. He served in other political offices and committees.

[BI6152] ["March 11, 1731" by "Famous Families of Mass." and March 14, 1731 by Davol's "Two Men of Taunton"]

[DI6152] Davol's "Two Men of Taunton" has date as May 14, 1814.

[NI6155] [He was born as Thomas Paine but had his name changed in 1801 by law to Robert Treat Paine after his brother's death.]

[BI6155] [Dec. 9, 1778 birth in "Leonard Gen (1-7)"]

[DI6155] [Nov. 11, 1811 ("Leonard Gen.")]

[NI6177] [1855: as Myren H. Doten, male; in 1860 as Mira H. Doten, female!]

[XI6186] [Lothrop Hill Cemetery]

[XI6187] [Lothrop Hill Cemetery]

[NI6188] [ Feb 24, 2009]

[XI6188] [Cove Burying Ground]

[BI6189] [possibly Plymouth]

[XI6189] [Cove Burying Ground]

[NI6199] *----------------------------------------*
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[NI6260] [Probably the same Herbert L. Cobb, in Malden, Mass. 1930 census (aged 64, b. Maine)]

[DI6263] 11/28/1699 [Shurtleff] or 1701?

[NI6264] [Mayflower Pilgrim] [Note: additional biographical material found at
< http://www.sail1620.org/discover_biography_isaac_allerton_in_marblehead_new_amsterdam_and_new_haven.shtml >]

[XI6284] [Prospect Hill Cemetery]

[XI6289] [Old Cemetery]

[NI6290] ["She was a descendant of Pilgrims Francis Eaton and Degory Priest."]

[XI6290] [Old Cemetery]

[XI6291] [Old Cemetery]

[XI6292] [Newell Cemetery]

[NI6295] [She was in her father's will of 1672 as Ruth Cushman]

[XI6296] [Lakehjam Cemetery]

[XI6335] [Burial Hill]

[DI6343] [possibly childbirth-related complications as child born in 1907 also died after birth]

[XI6345] [Riverside Cemetery]

[BI6346] [Per 1900 census birth in TX (likely Grayson Co., TX) but online record has place as Indian Territory (now Johnston County, Oklahoma]

[XI6346] [Riverside Cemetery]

[XI6350] [Oak Grove Memorial Gardens]

[BI6353] [She is not listed under children's births in "History of ... Hanover ..."]

[NI6363] -- Probably named Samuel Brown Cobb, for his father's name --

[NI6367]

[mother as Sarah ___ ; "Harlow Family" has her parents as "William and Ann (Hubbard) Barstow" but they should be her grandparents]

[XI6375] [Riverside Cemetery]

[XI6379] [Oak Grove]

[DI6394] ["Aged 77 years"]

[BI6396] [calculated date (66 yrs at death)]

[DI6397] [Deaths Recorded in Hanover For the Year 1926, p. 37]
[Year on cemetery record]

[XI6397] [Centre Cemetery]

[DI6398] ["aged 1 year"]

[DI6399] [Deaths Recorded in Hanover For the Year 1926, p. 37]

[NI6400] [a marriage recorded in 1860 in Taunton, Jingston and Hanover for a Julia A. Turner (marriage index)]

[DI6402] [Cemetery record]

[XI6402] [Center Cemetery]

[XI6403] [Centre Cemetery]

[XI6406] [Centre Cemetery on parents' side of 4-sided gravestone]

[BI6412] [Cemetery record]

[XI6412] [Center Cemetery]

[NI6414] [She is likely the Grace Lillian Turner who married, June 19, 1901, William Leander Morse; Marriages Recorded in Hanover For the Year 1901, p. 71]

[DI6415] [Lowell General Hospital- Saints Medical Center Campus]

[XI6415] [Tewksbury Cemetery]

[NI6424] "perhaps" a daughter of Ebenezer Cobb and Abigail (Eddy) Cobb, according to the Harlow Family Assoc. Eddy Family Assoc. does not give her birth nor due to Taunton records.

[DI6438] Harlowan, Levi, "an isan", Aug. 18, 179[sic, ?1779]

[NI6466] [Also seen Elizabeth Cummings, born England, died 1621 Plymouth, MA; married him 2 Feb 1604/5 at St. Andrews Undershaft, London, England]

[XI6470] [Lothrop's Hill]

[NI6471] [ 1. John HOWLAND (1593-1672) m. Elizabeth TILLEY (1607-1687)
W2. Hope HOWLAND (1629-1683) m. John CHIPMAN (1613-1708)
W3. Desire CHIPMAN (1673-1705) m. Melatiah BOURNE (1673-1742)]
[See < http://www.sail1620.org/discover_biography_john_and_elizabeth_howland.shtml >]

[DI6471] aka Rocky Nook, Kingston, MA

[NI6472] 1. John HOWLAND (1593-1672) m. Elizabeth TILLEY (1607-1687)
2. Hope HOWLAND (1629-1683) m. John CHIPMAN (1613-1708)
3. Desire CHIPMAN (1673-1705) m. Melatiah BOURNE (1673-1742)

[1. John HOWLAND (1593-1672) m. Elizabeth TILLEY (1607-1687)
2. Hope HOWLAND (1629-1683) m. John CHIPMAN (1613-1708)
3. Desire CHIPMAN (1673-1705) m. Melatiah BOURNE (1673-1742)]

[XI6472] [Elizabeth is buried in East Providence, RI].

[DI6491] [Grave has Nov. 11, 1715 date but 9 Dec 1716 date seen]

[XI6491] [in Cobb's Hill Cemetery (East)]

[NI6497] [Bio from "Source: Album of Genealogy and Biography, Cook County, Illinois with Portraits 3rd ed. revised and extended (Chicago: Calumet Book & Engraving Co., 1895), pp. 143-146" with picture found at ]

[BI6500] [Nora B., 16, F, W, At Home, Ill. (attended school)]

[NI6506] [Cobb Message Boards
Re: Descendant Outline - my line
jconnors2003
Posted: 1 May 2010 4:29PM
Classification: Query
Surnames: Cobb, Morgan, Dyess, Connors
I am the great-granddaughter of Samuel Wilson Cobb and Martha Morgan Cobb. My grandfather, Lee Wharton Cobb, was the brother of George Morgan Cobb (your grandfather?). I believe that Samuel and Martha had nine children; Lee Wharton was their youngest. My mother, Annie Pearl Cobb Dyess, died March 31, 2008, at the age of 93. I have a picture from her stack of old family pictures that I believe is of George Morgan Cobb. Would you like to have it? What other kind of information could I provide? I am kind of new to the field of geneaology. I live in Longview, TX, am 65 years old, am married to Donald R. Connors and have 1 daughter, Rachel. My full name is Jamie Lee Dyess Connors (named for my father James and my grandfather Lee). Mother used to say that she kind of lost track of George Morgan Cobb when he moved to California. I hope this is of some help to you but perhaps not!]

[NI6512] [p. 287, Barney Family]

[DI6522] [4 Sep 1806]

[XI6522] [Lakenham Cemetery]

[XI6523] [Cemetery at The Green]

[NI6524] [she lost her speech and hearing]

[DI6524] [unmarried, lived many years (date not given)]

[NI6530] aka Tamar; aka Tamer; aka Tammar; but not in any Mass. census or records; only marriage record for this individual in the VR.

[NI6531] Birth would be 12 Feb. 1785 from age given at date of death.
Nancy may have been born in Pembroke [from VR, unless only baptised
there]; but death reg. has place of birth as Duxbury.
Baptism took place in 1807, before marriage.

Died of paralysis from cancer at "Alms House".

Baptised 5 months before marriage, at age 22. [if same Nancy "Ozborn"]





[Birth would be 12 Feb. 1785 from age given at date of death. Died of paralysis from cancer at "Alms House".
Nancy may have been born in Pembroke [from VR, unless only baptised there]; but death reg. has place of birth as Duxbury. Baptism took place in 1807, before marriage. Baptised 5 months before marriage, at age 22. [if same Nancy "Ozborn"]]





Birth would be 12 Feb. 1785 from age given at date of death.
Nancy may have been born in Pembroke [from VR, unless only baptised
there]; but death reg. has place of birth as Duxbury.
Baptism took place in 1807, before marriage.

Died of paralysis from cancer at "Alms House".

Baptised 5 months before marriage, at age 22. [if same Nancy "Ozborn"]

[BI6531] [Birth would be 12 Feb. 1785 from age given at date of death. NOTE: Nancy may have been born in Pembroke [from VR, unless only baptised there and also from death record in Abington]; but one death reg. has place of birth as Duxbury. Baptism took place in 1807, before marriage.]

[XI6533] [Oakwood Cemetery, Plainfield Twp.]

[NI6537] Osborn(e), Osbourn(e); Orsborn(e); Osburne; are similar variations of
this name appearing in the record.

Death due to fall from horse on roadway.

Osborn(e), Osbourn(e); Orsborn(e); Osburne; are similar variations of this name appearing in the record.

Osborn(e), Osbourn(e); Orsborn(e); Osburne; are similar variations of this name appearing in the record.

[DI6537] Death due to fall from horse on roadway.

[XI6537] Cemetery at Pembroke Center

[NI6538] Baptism in 1770 either late for a birth in 1749; or birth before 1770
and dau. born 1749 had died much earlier (yet not found in Pembroke,
MA V.R.).
Marriage in 1782 to husband born a. 1752, her death in 1825, likely
she was not born in 1749 but after 1760..

[BI6538] Baptism in 1770 either late for a birth in 1749; or birth before 1770 and dau. born 1749 had died much earlier (yet not found in Pembroke, MA V.R.).
Marriage in 1782 to husband born a. 1757, her death in 1825, likely she was not born in 1749 but after 1760..]

[DI6538] ["widow"]

[NI6541] Merged General Note:
Given as "John Bears" in "Halifax, Mass., Vital Records" p. 44.


Merged General Note:
Given as "John Bears" in "Halifax, Mass., Vital Records" p. 44.

[XI6570] [Mountain View Cemetery]

[BI6571] [U.S., World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918; Web: Vermont, Find A Grave Index, 1751-2012]

[DI6571] [Vermont Death Records, 1909-2008; Cause of Death: Apparently Coronary Thrombosis]

[XI6571] [Mountain View Cemetery (Web: Vermont, Find A Grave Index, 1751-2012)]

[DI6579] [Fairview Hospital, Minneapolis -- "Minnesota, Deaths and Burials, 1835-1990"]
[Minnesota, Death Index, 1908-2002]

[NI6582] Henry Cobb and Rachel (Downing) Cobb had two children:  John (Henry) D., born around 1845 and Ezekial (Pig) Andrew born October 25, 1846.  Both children were born near Middletown, Montgomery County, MO. Henry M. died January 12, 1849 and left Rachel with the two boys, John (Henry) D. and Ezekial (Pig) Andrew.  She went live with her mother, Margaret (Markle) Downing, who was also a widow and living in Pike County, MO.

The 1850 census lists Rachel and her two children, John (Henry) D. Cobb and Ezekial A. Cobb,  as members of the Downing household.  Margaret still had four children of her own at home:  Nancy Downing, 22; David Downing, 16; William M. Downing 13; Ezekial A. Downing 1.  The last three were still in school.  David was however listed as a laborer after the census taker crossed out his school attendance.

Rachel Downing Cobb remarried George Elsberry and is buried in Lincoln Co. At the Ezekiel Downing Cemetery.

The two boys, John D. (sometimes found as John Henry)  and Ezekial Andrew Cobb were raised in the home of their Grandmother, Margaret Downing.  Ezekial became a farmer when he was 14.

John D. Cobb married Priscilla Adams Abbott in 1868.-- in book 4 page 153 # 671 -- Pike Co MO. "William Davis an ordained minister of the regular Baptist order do certify, that I solemnized the right of matrimony the 4th day of March 1858 John B. Bobb (John D.Cobb)  of Lincoln Co. Mo and Prizzilla (Priscilla) Abbott of Pike county Mo the party being of lawful age. Filed for recorder Jeromo . Filed by Assist. PP Parker. 1st 68 William Davis Filed

John D. died without a will.  His probate is as follows:

Lincoln County Probate Court, Estate of John D. Cobb # 1271 Received -- August 16th, 1876 To the Honorable Judge of the Probate Court of Lincoln County Mo. Sir, I hereby relinquish my right to administer on the Estate of John D. Cobb dec. and request that D. C. Downing be appointed administer of said Estate Signed Priscilla A. Cobb -- her signature-- Widow of John D. Cobb dec. David C. Downing being duly sworn, says that Priscilla A. Cobb, widow and her children:  Samuel Henry Cobb, Belle Cobb, Mary Cobb & Mildred Cobb, all minors and all of said county are the only heirs and legal representatives of John D. Cobb deceased, to the best of his knowledge and belief.  That the deceased is without a will.  That he will make a perfect inventory of, and faithfully administer all the estate of said deceased; and pay all the debts as far as the assets will extend, and the law direct; and account for pay, according to law, all assets which shall come to his possession or knowledge. signed:  D. C. Downing, 19 August, 1876 C. M. Benfils (?), Judge

The Judge filed this in Book D Page 53 August 19, 1876.

D. C. Downing was paid the sume of Two hundred and ninety-nine dollars and 75 cents on August 16, 1876.  (D. C. Downing, was an accountant and attorney, along with being John D. Cobb's uncle) The Appraisement of Personal Estate of John D. Cobb dec., was filed Oct 21, 1876, recorded in book G. page 106/107. Signed by:  William Y. Wilson, Ephraim Cannon, (Ephraim was the father-in-law of Ezekiel Andrew Cobb, brother to John Henry)  and R. F. Waters. Witnessed by:  John R. Ransdell, Justice of the Peace, August 25th, 1876 David C. Downing, Administrator The Inventory lists: no notes or bonds, no of other property One white Cow, Seven Shoats (piglets), One Wagon, One Roan Horse, One Bay Mare, One lot of plow gears, One double shovel Plow (old), One 2 horse plow (old), One pair of Streceons & Single Trees, One hand saw, One lot of about 27 Bushels corn in field, 48 3/4 sacks wheat, 5 hogs. Total amount of Appraisment $299.75 signed 25 Aug 1876 at Auburn MO, David C. Downing, ADM WM. Wilson, Witness Ephram Cannon, Witness (father of Ezekiel Andrewus Wife-Sara Jane Cannon)

Affidavit of Executor or Administrator, 21 Oct 1876, Chervell Ackiman, Clerk of Probate Court and in the County of aforesaid, personally appeared David C. Downing Adm. of John D. Cobb dec, late of Lincoln Co. Mo who being by me duly sworn on his oath, says the foregoing a full inventory and description of all the Money, Goods, Chattel and Estate, Real and Personal, Books, papers, Evidences of Debt and of Title of the said deceased, and all debts due becoming due, so far as he can ascertain them-- *except the property reserved as the absolute property of the widow, and that he was not indebted or bound in any contract to the deceased at the time of this death except as stated in said inventory. Sworn at Troy, MO this 21st day of October, Ad 1876:  Chervell Ackiman, Clerk Note: If there be a widow, except such property as the law (Homestead or otherwise) absolutely reserves to her.

Priscilla Adams Abbott was the daughter of Samuel Abbott and Mary "Polly" Hagood. Samuel and Polly were married in Pike County, MO, February 21, 1833.  They had six children according to the 1850 Pike Co. Census of 1850. Samuel, born in Virginia, was 41 years old and Mary (Polly) born in Virginia was 40.  The children were:  Fleming G. b. Illinois 1837; Newton A., b. 1839 in MO, Jesse A., b. 1841 MO; Mary L. 1843, MO; Ellen, b. 1846 MO; and bAPriscilla/bA born June 24, 1849, Louisiana, Pike Co. MO.

John D. Cobb and Priscilla Abbott had three/four girls and one son:  Samuel Henry "Schooner", Belle, Mary and Mildred "Mitt" (and Lydia)  note:  Lydia is not listed among the heirs and survivors of John D. Cobb

[HI6582] (Research):Research) :NOTE St.Louis genealogical Society Quarterly 5:4 December 1972

"Gone but not forgotten" Vol 1-- grave index for Missouri Cemeteries. Pike Co. Genealogical Society, P. O. Box 313, Bowling Green, MO 63334

In 1870 Census records for Pike County, Mo Hartford Township:

In the home of : Moore Samuel;   61; male; white; farmer Elizabeth            61 Female, white Cobb,  John  25 Male,  White,  Laborer Priscilla 21 Female, white Samuel  9 mo Male, White Fisher, Elizabeth  19; female, black, Domestic Servant

[XI6582] [Ezekial Downing Family Cemetery]

[NI6583] Priscilla Adams Abbott was the daughter of Samuel Abbott and Mary "Polly" Hagood.  Samual and Polly were married in Pike County, MO, February 21, 1833.  They had six children according to the 1850 Pike Co. Census of 1850.  Samuel, born in Virginia, was 41 years old and Mary (Polly) born in Virginia was 40.  The children of Samuel and Mary Abbott were:  Fleming G. b. Illinois 1837; Newton A., b. 1839 in MO, Jesse A., b. 1841 MO; Mary L. 1843, MO; Ellen, b. 1846 MO; and Priscilla born June 24, 1849, Louisiana, Pike Co. MO.

John Henry Cobb and Priscilla Abbott had four children:  Samuel Henry "Schooner" Cobb, Belle, Mary, and Mildred "Mitt".Children--by John Cobb are Samuel (1870), Lyda B. (1872), Mary R. (1874), Mildred C. (1876).

Know as "Granny Gilmore"

[HI6583] (Research):W Priscilla Abbott shows in the Hartford Township, Pike Co. MO Census of 1849 with her father Samuel Abbott

1870 CENSUS, MISSOURI, INDEX SAMUEL ABBOTT, AGE 61, B. IN VIRGINIA, LIVING IN HARTFORD, PIKE CO., Page 166. Post Office--Bowling Green, farmer. Elizabeth, age 61 born in Virginia.,  ------

John D. Cobb, age 25, farm laborer; (Great Grandfather) MO, Pricilla, 21; MO; (Great Grandmother) Samuel 9/12, born Aug 1869, MO!----- (Grandfather)




1900 United States Federal Census about Pricilea A Gillmore Name: Pricilea A Gillmore [Pricilla A Gillmore] Age: 50 Birth Date: Jun 1849 Birthplace: Missouri Home in 1900: Buffalo, Pike, Missouri [Louisiana, Pike, Missouri] Race: White Gender: Female Relation to Head of House: Wife Marital Status: Married Spouse's Name: J W Gillmore Marriage Year: 1876 Years Married: 24 Father's Birthplace: Virginia Mother's Birthplace: Kentucky Mother: number of living children: 5 Mother: How many children: 6 Occupation: View on Image Neighbors: View others on page Household Members: Name Age J W Gillmore 51 Pricilea A Gillmore 50 Mildred C Gillmore 24 Sanford P Gillmore 15 David V Gillmore 10

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[XI6583] [Benchland Cemetary]

[NI6584] Henry M. arrived circa 1833 in Pike Co MO at about the same time as his father Henry Sr. Cobb; the Lovelaces (second wife of his father Henry Sr. is Mary Lovelace), Orr, Humphrey and Elmore families among others.  They were from Caswell Co. NC. Property ownership began in 1835 according to Bureau of Land Management.  If Henry M. were born in 1815 in 1835 he would have been 20 years of age.

From Henry's Sr.'s will we know, he was married before Mary Lovelace, as he names his two oldest children, Henry and Nancy residing with Henry and Mary when the will was written " Daughter Nancy and son Henry, a bed with furniture attached to each... "known by being called theirs'"  The will goes on to state that daughter Nancy, who is blind, shall receive support from the estate.  There are other children of his first marriage but unknown at this time.

In the 1870 Missouri Federal Census, Hartford Township, Pike Co: Household of Samuel W. Lovelace and his wife Delilah Pickard Cobb-Love- Lovelace (daughter of Henry Sr. and Mary Lovelace) is Delilah's half -sister, Nancy Cobb age 61 born in North Carolina and is blind, that would have made her born in 1809.

That makes Henry Cobb Sr. in the 1810 census, Caswell Co, NC (the only Henry listed) with 2 white males under 10, 1 white male 10-16 and one white male 16-45 (presumably Henry Sr. ): 2 white females under 10, 2 white females 10-16 and one white female 26-45(wife Elizabeth Tennison ?) the only possible candidate for her father. The only candidate for the Father of Henry M. Cobb her brother listed in the will of Henry Sr.

Listed Page 408 of the Caswell County NC Will book L, 1829 Page 408-9 Balances due on Tavern Book of Jethro Brown Decd:  William Handley, Miles Murphey, Nathl Murphey, Edward Murphey, Orthniel Rice, Noah Cobb (Son of Henry Cobb Sr.)

Henry Sr., born 1774, was a Ruling Elder in the Bethesda Presbyterian Church of Caswell County, NC.

The following persons about to remove to the West obtain letters of dismission as members in Good standing, Benjamin Elmore, Polly Elmore, Freeman Elmore, James Jones, Elizabeth Jones, Calvin Jones, William Cobb, Catharine Cobb, Carlton Nunn, Henry Cobb, "Polly" Cobb, Nancy Cobb.

In the Bethesda Presbyterian Church records, there is a baptismal record of Ezekiel Currie Cobb with Henry and Mary "Polly" Cobb listed as parents.  Ezekiel Currie Cobb is named along with Delila Pickard Cobb and James B. Cobb as being the youngest children of Henry in his will.  In a deed dated Aug 2, 1845 the heirs of Zachariah Rhodam Lovelace are listed "Know all men by these presents that we Mary (Lovelace) Cobb (widow of Henry Cobb)"

Henry M. Cobb was born in North/ South Carolina. (during the time he lived the designation North and South changed more than once; in other words it was undetermined)

Henry M.(father)  was 34 no cause of death has been established. John Henry (son) was 31 no cause of death has been established.

From Judy Collins Downing the following information is related:  Ezekiel Downing died 10 days after Henry M. from despondency over the death of Henry.  There was a strong bond of love and respect between those two men.. Henry may have died of complications of a broken leg


HENRY M. lived in Montgomery County but was married to Rachel B. Downing in Lincoln County, 21 March 1844.  Henry M. Cobb came to Missouri from North Carolina as a very young man age of 20.   (Bureau of Land Management Records of land purchased.)  He was then joined by his father Henry Cobb and his second wife Mary "Polly" Lovelace.  The held land adjoining in Montgomery and Pike Co. MO.   We do not know where his first wife Elizabeth Tennison/Dennis was; children other than Nancy and Henry are speculative but it is highly likely more were born to the two.  Speculation further is that Noah Cobb married to Pheobe Cobb (daughter of Zachariah Rhodam Lovelace and sister to Mary Lovelace) is a son of Henry and Elizabeth Tennison, thus a brother of Henry M.  it is highly likely there were many other children.

Rachel B. Downing was the daughter of Reverend Ezekial and Margaret (Markle) Downing.  Ezekial was born in Kentucky in 1795 and Margaret in 1796.  Both were born in Kentucky.  The Reverend Ezekial Downing became a resident of St. Charles County, MO, when he was about eighteen and there he married Margaret Markle in 1815.  In 1816 they moved to Lincoln county and remained there.  Ezekial was a thrifty farmer and a successful prominent Presbyterian minister.  When Margaret left Kentucky she lived for some time in Vincennes, Indiana and 1802 moved to St. Charles Co. MO.  Her father, David Markle, was born in Maryland and died in Lincoln Co. MO.  Ezekial and Margaret (Markle) Downing had eleven children. Rachel B. was born 29 Dec, 1816 and is a twin to Sara.

Henry Cobb and Rachel (Downing) Cobb had two children:  John Henry, born around 1845 and Ezekial Andrew born October 25, 1846.  Both children were born near Middletown, Montgomery County, MO.  Henry M. died January 12, 1849 and left Rachel with the two boys, John Henry and Ezekial Andrew.  She went live with her mother, Margaret (Markle) Downing, who was also a widow and living in Pike County, MO.

The 1850 census lists Rachel and her two children, John Henry Cobb and Ezekial A. Cobb,  as members of the Downing household.  Margaret still had four children of her own at home:  Nancy Downing, 22; David Downing, 16; William M. Downing 13; Ezekial A Downing 1.  The last three were still in school.  David was however listed as a laborer after the census taker crossed out his school attendance.

Rachel Downing Cobb remarried George Elsberry and is buried in Lincoln Co. at the Ezekiel Downing Cemetery.

The two boys, John Henry and Ezekial Andrew Cobb were raised in the home of their Grandmother, Margaret Downing.  Ezekial became a farmer when he was 14.  He married Sara Cannon. (see Cannon Genealogy)

John Henry Cobb married Priscilla Adams Abbott in 1867-68. And he too became a farmer.

When Mr. Samuel Cobb first settled in Montgomery Co., Rattlesnakes were numberous, and he says they used to gather around his house and sing all night.  One morning he found a large rattlesnake coiled up in his oven.  He was not a very tempting piece of meat to roast, but Mr. Cobb determined to give him a trial; so he quickly placed the lid on the oven, built a fire under it and roasted the snake brown.

From Missour Pioneer Families History 1876 pg 525

[HI6584] (Research):NOTE "Footprints" as compiled by Alta Chakoes

Rachel B. Downing Cobb, sold to her brothers Ezekiel Andrew Downing the property held by Henry M. Cobb.

Pike County Deed books 1865. Bowling Green MO, May 2009.

Land Purchases: Henry M. Cobb ...

Issue Date 10/14/1835-- Cash Sale 40 Acres Document #  6037, Accession/Serial MO 0360__.392 BLM Serial # MO No S/N

SWNW:  Section/block, 13:  Township: 51 N: Range 3W: Fract. Section: No.: Meridian: 5th PM: State: MO: County: Pike

Issue Date  11/10/1841-- Cash Sale 80 Acres Document #  20590 Accession/Serial  MO2370__.101 Blm Serial #  MO NO S/N

E 1/2 SE Block: %: Township: 49 N:  Range 3-W: Fract/Section: No:  Meridian: 5th: State: MO County:  Montgomery

1850 Census Pike Co MO   246A  247B  251A

check out Genealogical Index page 535 re Samuel Cobb and Nancy Cobb

[DI6584] 10 O'clock AM    33 years 8 mo 7 days.... John S. Downing Bible

[XI6584] [Ezekial Downing Family Cemetery]

[NI6585] [Rachel Brown Cobb Elsberry

The birth of Rachel and Sara is recorded in the Ezekiel Downing (L. B. Downing, Judy Downing Collins) Bible.

In 1850-1880 Census, Lincoln Co. Mo.  Rachel B. Cobb age 30 WIDOW born in MO and her two children John H. Cobb age 5 Male and Ezekiel Andrew Cobb age 3 Male where included in the Margaret Downing Household... Margaret was also a Widow.  Margaret's husband, Ezekiel Downing and Rachel husband, Henry M. Cobb died within 19 days of each other.

Will of Ezekiel Downing Jr. --Section 8, my wife has power to give either of my daughters or both a negro apiece as their distribution share of my estate.  If neighter of them should choose a negro they are to have the amount of the hundred and fifty dollars in stock or cash as may suit them best as near as may be.

Legend:  Ezekiel was broken hearted about the death of Henry... Henry may have died of complications of a broken leg.

John Henry D. died without will that can be found. There is no cause of death.  Rachel designated her brother David Campbell Downing to act on her behalf in settling the estate.  Cause of his death is not known but speculation is he died of a heart problems of some sort.

Rachel subsequently married the widow of her sister Mary Jane Dowing.. George Washington Elsberry, they did not have children together as they were both in their 50's.  Rachel was a widow for 23 yrs.  George for 4.  Presumably Rachel did not help raise the children of Mary Jane and George.

[HI6585] (Research):1850 Pike County Census.. 253 A 253 B  271 A 1880 Census shows .. Rachel B. Elsberry age 59, Farming-- head of household Living in Hurricane, Lincoln Co. MO E. Andrew,           age 16, Step son, at home Emma D,             age 13, Step daughter, at school Mary M.               age 11 step daughter, at school Downing, Margaret , age 83, Mother Hettock, Jes age 30, Laborer, born in MO.. parents in VA.  Presumably a farm hand.

Rachel Brown Cobb Elsberry  -- George Elsberry, husband of Rachels sister Mary Jane Downing became her 2nd husband.

Rachel is mentioned in her father Ezekiel Downings will, probated in 1849: item #6;  It is my desire that my two daughters Nancy Downing and Mary Jane Downing have their equal share with the balance of my daughters as soon proberty can be sold after my decease to an amount that will sufficent the amount I have given my son John H. Downing and my daughters Elizabeth M. Blair, Rachel BE Cobb, Sarah M. Blair, Ann Eliza Mounce and their husbands should not amount to two hundred and fifty dollars it is to be made that amount, and if any have remained over that amount which my books and papers will show they will amount to the balance for the same. an interesting section  --Section 9, my wife has power to give either of my daughters or both a negro apiece as their distribution share of my estate.  If neighter of them should choose a negro they are to have the amount of the hundred and fifty dollars in stock or cash as may suit them best as near as may be.

[BI6585] [twin]

[DI6585] jpg, C: Rachel, Downing Cemetery, Troy MO -- 2007.jpg, Y, Y, PHOTO

[XI6585] [Ezekial Downing Family Cemetery]

[NI6586] Biography of E. A. Cobb History of Lincoln County MO,  (Chicago:  Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1888) Page 520

Ezekiel Andrew "Pig"

E. A. Cobb, farmer and stock raiser of Lincoln County, Missouri was born in Montgomery Co. Mo, in 1846, and is a son of Henry and Rachel B. (Downing) Cobb.  The father was a South Carolinian, and came with his mother and step-father to Missouri.  He was married in Lincoln County but made his home in Montgomery County where he passed the remainder of his days, dying when our subject was an infant.  His widow (Rachel B. )married again and lived in Lincoln County until her death, which occurred in 1884.  Her second husband was George Elsberry.

E. A. Cobb was the youngest of two children and reared by his grandmother Downing (Margaret and Ezekiel) which whom he remained until about fourteen years of age, when at that early age he began farming for himself.  Sarah Cannon became his wife in 1866.  She is a daughter of Ephraim and Nancy Cannon, and is the mother of the following children, George, Nide, Greta, Earl and John.  Two children are dead.  Mr. Cobb rented land until 1882, when he purchased his present farm of 126 acres, which is well situated and under good cultivation.  He supports the principles of the Democratic party.


Other Wives--- Mrs Maria Jane Nelson #2  and #3 Mrs Diggs

NOTE Footprints

[XI6586] [Baptist Church Cemetery]

[NI6590] [Name and note added from Armstrong gedcom, 12/29/2013:
Nancy who is blind

In the 1870 Missouri Federal Census, Hartford Township, Pike co. in the household of Samuel W. Lovelace and his wife Delilah Pickard ( daughter of Henry Cobb and Mary "Polly" Lovelace) Is Delilah's half-sister, Nancy Cobb, age 61, born in NC and is blind.  This would have made her born in 1809.  that makes Henry Cobb in the 1810 census, Caswell Co., the only Henry listed with 2 males under 10, 1 white male 10-16, one white male 28-45, 2 white females under 10, 2 white females 10-16 and one white female 26-45 the only possible candidate for her father.]

[NI6591] Caswell Co. NC will Book L 1829 Pages 406-7 List of balances on store books of Jethro Brown decd. Page 408-9 Balances due on Tavern Book of Jethro Brown decd:  William Handley, Miles Murphy, Nathal Murphey, Edward Murphey, Orthniel Rice, Noah Cobb (Son of Henry Cobb)

Noah and Phoebe were married in Caswell Co NC their marriage was witnessed by James Lovelace

Bethesda Church Minutes September 29, 1830 > The following persons about to remove to the west obtain letters of > dismission as members in good standing: Benjamin Elmore, Polly Elmore, > Freeman Elmore, James Jones, Elizabeth Jones, Calvin Jones, William > Cobb, Katharine Cobb, Calton Nunn, Henry Cobb, Polly Cobb, Nancy Cobb > Bethesda February 18, 1832. The session met and Noah Cobb and his wife > Phebe Cobb applied to join the church and after relating their > experience they were received into the communion of the church. J. > Jones, Clk.> > September 18, 1834. Noah Cobb and his wife Phebe Cobb applied for> letters of dismission and at their own request a letter was granted to > them as members in good standing by order of the session. J. Jones, Clk.> Noah Cobb. Rec'd on examination Feb. 19, 1832. Dismissed Sept. 1834> Phebe Cobb. Rec'd on examination Feb. 19, 1832. Dismissed Sept. 1834> Bethesda Presbyterian Church Records:  Noah Cobb, admitted April 11 1832

Names of Children/when baptized/names of parents Andrew Jackson Cobb, April 11 1832, parents Noah and Phoebe Cobb George Washington Cobb, April 11 1832, Parents Noah and Phoebe Cobb Leusia Ann Cobb, April 11, 1832, parents Noah and Phoebe Cobb Elizabeth Caroline Cobb, April 11, 1832, parents Noah and Phoebe Cobb Andeluzi Cob, April 11, 1832, Parents Noah and Phoebe Cobb

Noahus property in Pike Co. MO. 1839 1/2 SW   11/ 51 N. 3-W, No, 5th PM, Mo Pike, 80 acres --- 1839 1839 SW SE    1E1/ 51-N 3-W, No, 5th PM, Mo, Pike, 40 Acres 1839

1840 Census Noah Cobb one male 10-15 one male 15-20 one male 30-40 two females under 6 one female 5-10

Noah Cobb is a neighbor of Brewis Lovelace in Mo. 1850 Census, Hartford Township, Pike co. Family #1176.  His occupation was wagon maker, the value of his estate $500 and he along with Andulsia and Sarah J. were born in North Carolina, the rest of the children were born in MO

In 1850 Noah Cobb/48/male/Wagon Maker/500/NC

Andalusia/18/f/NC Sarah J./16/f/NC W. Benjamine /15/m/Farmer/M Pamela/10/f/MO Henry 8/m/MO

1860 Census Missouri Federal, Hartford Township, Pike Co. Noah Cobb 59 Farmer, 1200, 180, NCarolina Andalucia Read 28 F Dau NC Permelia Cobb 21 Dau, NC Henry 18 M. Farm Laborer MO Darthula Reids 5 f MO ---- presumably the daughter of Andalucia (dau of Noah) Nancy A. (Reids )4 f Illinois--- presumably another granddaughter

Bowling Gree, Pike Co. Courthouse, probate Book 5, page 403, dated October 21, 1862 Heirs:  George, Andalusia Reids, Henry Cobb, Andrew Jackson, Ann Lovel, Permelia Myer, Susan Shackelford, John L. Keith, Guardian

[HI6591] (Research):The 1850 Census Pike Co MO--Noah Cobb age 48 birth year approximately 1802--Henry Cobb in 1810 had two white males under 10, Noah Cobb would have been approximately 2 yrs of age.

[BI6592] [p. 66, VR]

[BI6593] [p. 67, VR]

[BI6594] [VR, p. 67]

[BI6595] [VR, p. 69]

[DI6595] [vr, p. 216]

[DI6596] [VR, p. 214]

[BI6600] [Date per U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-Current as Eleanor Masterson]

[DI6600] [U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-Current as Eleanor Masterson]

[DI6601] [Minnesota, Death Index, 1908-2002]

[NI6609] [He is not in 1880 census with family - deceased?]

[XI6627] [Elmlawn Cemetery]

[XI6628] [Elmlawn Cemetery]

[XI6629] [Elmlawn Cemetery]

[NI6637] [Parents never having married, he had the surname of his mother]

[BI6644] [Father born in Ireland]

[DI6698] [Lahey Clinic of Burlington]

[XI6698] [Pleasant Grove Cemetery]

[XI6699] [Pleasant Grove Cemetery]

[DI6713] [VR, page 175 (Deaths): aged 18]

[XI6713] [Branch Cemetery/ Colrain West Branch Cemetery]

[BI6714] [Raymond: 1684; Frost: 19 Sept. 1684]

[DI6714] ["Thomas" book and "Wood ms" have date before 1754 but Smith book gives date of probate in 1747]

[XI6715] [North River Cemetery (Find A Grave)]

[DI6717] [VR:
Larissa Ann (Willcox), w. Dr. David O., Jan. 20, 1839, a. 21 y. G. R. 3.
Larissa Ann (Willcox), d. Dr. David and Larissa A., Mar.-------, 1840. G. R. 3.]

[XI6717] [North River Cemetery]

[DI6720] ["Old Age"]

[XI6723] [Saint Marys Cemetery]

[XI6727] [Colrain West Branch Cemetery]

[BI6738] [date by 1900 census; as abt 1869 by age in 1940 census (71)]

[DI6739] [Massachusetts Death Index, 1970-2003; U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-2014 has Last Residence: Osterville, Barnstable, Massachusetts, 02655]

[XI6739] [Common Street Cemetery]

[NI6747] [Unknown if birth by father's 1st mother in 1900 bef. her death and after 1900 census since age as 19 in 1900 census]

[NI6756] [Not in 1870 census with her father]

[XI6757] [Evergreen Cemetery]

[XI6758] [Evergreen Cemetery]

[NI6779] [See line of Boston's Cobb families for connection to John Cobb (1748-1838)]

[NI6782] [Her line connected to a Boston family of Cobb familes]

[XI6782] [Pine Grove Cemetery]

[NI6792] [present at her daughter's marriage in 1617 to Samuelk Fuller; see http://mayflowerhistory.com/fuller-samuel/]

[BI6793] [5 May 1804 would be calculation by age at death]

[XI6793] [Mount Vernon Cemetery]

[DI6802] [Single, Milk dealer]

[XI6809] [Burial Hill]

[XI6812] [Burial Hill]

[XI6813] [Burial Hill]

[XI6814] [Burial Hill]

[XI6815] [Burial Hill]

[XI6819] [Burial Hill]

[XI6820] [Burial Hill]

[DI6826] ["Massachusetts Deaths, 1841-1915," database with images, FamilySearch]

[DI6859] [married secondly (date of marr. and date of death not given) in CT]

[DI6884] [1686 was date of her second marriage]

[BI6929] ["Crocker": 1697; Barnstable record: June 1687 (but married Abel Crocker, b. 1695)]

[NI6938] [Bissie M. Mitchell, Massachusetts Deaths
Name Bissie M. Mitchell                   written as Bessie M. Mitchell
Event Type Death
Event Date 22 Jan 1905
Event Place Plymouth, Massachusetts
Residence Place Plymouth, Massachusetts
Address No 6 North Street
Gender Female
Age 49
Marital Status Single
Occupation At Home
Birthplace Dorchester
Birth Year (Estimated) 1856
Burial Date 25 Jan 1905
Burial Place Hanson, Mass.
Father's Name Thomas S. Mitchell
Father's Birthplace Freeport, Maine
Mother's Name Helen N. Cobb        written as Helen M. Cobb
Mother's Birthplace Hanson
Additional Relatives X
Citing this Record
"Massachusetts Deaths, 1841-1915," database with images, FamilySearch

(Birth record as Betsy Mary Mitchell)]

[BI6938] ["Massachusetts Births, 1841-1915", database with images, FamilySearch]

[DI6938] [Single, at 6 North Street]

[XI6955] Mt. Pleasant Cemetery]

[BI6957] [Reading, VT?]

[XI6957] [Mt. Pleasant Cemetery]

[XI6958] [Mt. Pleasant Cemetery]

[XI6960] [Mt. Pleasant Cemetery]

[XI6961] [Mt. Pleasant Cemetery]

[XI6962] [Mt. Pleasant Cemetery]

[XI6963] [Mt. Pleasant Cemetery]

[DI6964] [In Civil War, battle of the wilderness]

[DI6969] [scarlet fever]

[BI6970] [Springfield Hospital birth]

[NI6978] [Wife named at his death in 1937]

[NI6981] [Revoluntionary War Patriot]

[BI6981] [also as born same day in Marlborough, Cheshire, New Hampshire]

[XI6982] [Fitzwilliam Village Cemetery]

[DI6984] [Lived with her brother Glendon after passing of her spouse; died at Mercy Hospital (obit)]

[XI6984] [Rochyhill Cemetery]

[XI6985] [Rochyhill Cemetery]

[XI6986] [Rochyhill Cemetery]

[XI6987] [Rochyhill Cemetery]

[DI6988] [at St. Joseph's Rehabilitation & Residence after a long illness]

[XI6988] [Gray Cemetery]

[XI6999] [Shaftsbury Center Cemetery]

[DI7000] prob. Shaftsbury, VT

[XI7000] [Shaftsbury Center Cemetery]

[NI7001] [Unlinked line of Taunton line ancestry to Edward Cobb-Hannah Allen]

[XI7001] [Old Marcellus Village Cemetery: ae 76y 8m 28d]

[DI7002] [12 Mar 1855 per Sinnett record; gravestone transcription has date as 12 Nov 1855]

[XI7002] [Old Marcellus Village Cemetery: d. 12 Nov 1855, ae 79y, w/o Daniel Cobb]

[BI7003] [ gravestone record: 2-24-1806 but as 24 Jul 1806 per Sinnett's record]

[XI7003] [Maple Lawn Cemetery: lot # 139, grave # 5]

[BI7004] [Sinnett: "the first white child born in Marcellus" and History: "the second male child born in town"]
[29 Apr 1799?]

[XI7004] [Old Marcellus Village Cemetery: b. 28 Apr 1799 Marcellus, d. 24 May 1875, oldest born Marcellus resident]

[NI7005] [Probably married John Van Camps, and ended up in Allen Co., Indiana.]

[BI7005] [Sinnett has date but no middle name for her; but middle name and date found at http://genforum.genealogy.com/cobb/messages/6352.html]

[NI7006] [Probably married James Van Camps, born 26 July 1811 and they ended up in Allen Co., Indiana. along with her sister who married his brother - Marlene Heald Van Eck; posted September 04, 1999, ]

[XI7006] [Old Leo Cemetery]

[XI7010] [South Yard Cemetery]

[XI7011] [Gerry Cemetery]

[BI7012] [calculated bt age (gravestone)]

[XI7012] [Gerry Cemetery]

[XI7013] [Gerry Cemetery, 25y 2m]

[XI7015] [Gerry Cemetery]

[XI7016] [Gerry Cemetery]

[BI7017] [calculated age]

[XI7017] [Gerry Cemetery]

[XI7018] [Gerry Cemetery]

[XI7019] Gerry Cemetery, aged 13 (too early? for parrents' marriage, possibly age 3?)]

[XI7021] [Kibling Cemetery]

[NI7024] [Her second husband was Milo, a brother of her first huband]

[XI7024] [East Liberty Cemetery]

[XI7025] [East Liberty Cemetery]

[XI7032] [Evergreen Cemetery]

[XI7049] [Nemasket Hill Cemetery]

[XI7052] [ Nemasket Hill Cemetery]

[XI7056] [Forestdale Cemetery]

[XI7066] [Maplewood Cemetery]

[XI7067] [American Fork Cemetery]

[XI7068] [American Fork Cemetery]

[NI7069] [Father of 26 children by three marriages]

[XI7069] [American Fork Cemetery (Find A Grave: https://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=21421778)]

[XI7074] [ra Allen Cemetery]

[XI7075] [Ira Allen Cemetery]

[XI7076] [Old Andover Cemetery]

[XI7077] [Old Andover Cemetery]

[XI7078] [Cedar Grove Cemetery]

[XI7081] [prob. in Marshfield but no stone located]

[XI7085] [Cedar Grove Cemetery]

[XI7088] [Marshfield Hills Cemetery]

[XI7095] [Cobb Family Cemetery]

[XI7096] [Cobb Family Cemetery]

[DI7097] [at his home at Cobb's Landing]

[XI7097] [Cape Charles Cemetery]

[XI7098] [Cobb Family Cemetery]

[BI7100] [Record per "Massachusetts Births and Christenings, 1639-1915," database, FamilySearch]

[XI7100] [Cape Charles Cemetery]

[BI7101] [A sailor, as aged 26 in 1860 census in Northampton, Virginia]

[XI7101] [Originally buried on Cobb's Island, in the Cobb Family Cemetery burial plot there, during November 1890. Later removed to an onshore location due to storms in 1896 (Record added: Oct 27, 2011 in Find A Grave Memorial# 79400601]

[DI7102] [Eastham, Barnstable Co., Mass.?]

[XI7102] [Cobb Family Cemetery]

[DI7103] [Record has her death as Aug. 1, 1839 (same date as previous daughter and before date of birth by 5+ years so date incorrect unless dates reversed]

[XI7105] [Cape Charles Cemetery]

[BI7106] [as Cobbs Island, Northampton, VA in Sept. 1869?]

[XI7106] [Cape Charles Cemetery]

[XI7107] [Cape Charles Cemetery]

[BI7108] [In 1900 census, as 1877 but has age as 22  lightly written like 29 as if 1871 but listed after 1871 birth of brother]

[XI7108] [Edge Hill Cemetery]

[BI7110] [Appears last in census but year appears as 1890 though age unreadable; listed after Eva aged 17; 1889 per gs record]

[XI7110] [Cape Charles Cemetery]

[XI7111] [Cape Charles Cemetery]

[XI7112] [Cape Charles Cemetery]

[XI7119] [Cobb Family Cemetery]

[XI7120] [Cape Charles Cemetery]

[XI7123] [Cape Charles Cemetery]

[XI7124] [Cape Charles Cemetery]

[NI7126] [Possibly the Walter Freeman Cobb, Oct. 31, 1897 - Dec. 22, 1966 in the Cape Charles Cemetery in Cape Charles, Northampton Co., Virginia with other Cobb names]
[Freeman Cobb written in 1900 census as a 1888 birth]

[BI7126] [Written in 1900 census as 1888 (but after 1895 birth) as aged 2 then 11 written lightly above though parents married 6 years with 2 children]

[XI7136] [Forest Dale Cemetery]

[XI7137] [Forest Dale Cemetery]

[XI7138] [Old Wequetoquock Burial Grounds]

[XI7139] [Old Wequetoquock Burial Grounds]

[DI7145] [Possibly died abt 1615?]

[XI7166] [Wequetequock Burial Ground]

[XI7184] [Sleepy Hollow Cemetery]

[XI7185] [Sleepy Hollow Cemetery]

[XI7186] [Sleepy Hollow Cemetery]

[XI7191] [Old Cemetery]

[XI7192] [Cemetery at The Green]

[XI7193] [Cemetery at The Green]

[XI7194] [Cemetery at The Green]

[XI7198] [Pine Grove Cemeteryin Lot on Elm Avenue]

[DI7204] [on Haskell's Island]

[XI7214] [Greenwood Cemetery]

[XI7215] [Greenwood Cemetery]

[XI7216] [Greenwood Cemetery]

[DI7234] [before 3 Jul 1769 in Cape Elizabeth, maine?]

[DI7239] [or after 18 Aug 1724]

[XI7314] [Evergreen Cemetery]

[XI7315] [Evergreen Cemetery]

[XI7316] [Rural Cemetery]

[BI7317] Calculated by age on gravestone: 94-2-19:  10 Jun 1788

[XI7317] [Rural Cemetery]

[BI7320] "in Carver" (then Plympton]

[DI7321] [died at sea]

[XI7330] [Cedar Grove Cemetery]

[XI7332] [Old Burying Ground]

[XI7334] [Old Burying Ground]

[XI7335] [Old Burying Ground]

[XI7336] [Old Burying Ground]

[DI7351] [1796?]

[NI7352] Crocker Gen, Vol. 2, has Asa Dunham married Lydia Cobb.

[XI7358] [Oakwood Cemetery]

[XI7359] [Oakwood Cemetery]

[XI7364] [Oakwood Cemetery]

[DI7370] [possibly in St. Augustine, Florida?]

[DI7377] [Differing dates from 9 Oct 1693 to 1701 to 1727]

[NI7391] [Biographical Sketch (up to 1887) found at ]

[NI7401] [He was a Generation 8 Brewster]

[XI7408] [Orleans Cemetery]

[XI7409] [Ancient Cemetery]

[XI7410] [Old Burying Ground]

[XI7429] [Evergreen Cemetery]

[XI7433] [Evergreen Cemetery]

[BI7434] [calculated birth date]

[XI7434] [Evergreen Cemetery,  "gs: Died in Boston, Nov. 13, 1856 aged 24 yrs 1 mo. & 22 ds."]

[XI7437] [Edge Hill Cemetery]

[XI7441] [Cape Charles Cemetery]

[XI7442] [Cape Charles Cemetery]

[XI7443] [Cape Charles Cemetery]

[XI7444] [Evergreen Cemetery]

[XI7446] [ Bridge Road Cemetery]

[XI7447] [Bridge Road Cemetery]

[BI7448] [then as Eastham, Plymouth Colony]

[BI7449] [as Eastham, Plymouth Colony]

[XI7453] [Orleans Cemetery]

[XI7454] [Orleans Cemetery]

[XI7457] [Orleans Cemetery]

[DI7467] [drowned[]

[XI7467] [Duck Creek Cemetery]

[NI7470] [of Chicago, beef magnate (Swift Foods); founded a meat-packing empire in the Midwest during the late 19th century, over which he presided until his death/]

[BI7470] [now as Sagamore]

[BI7477] ["Philip, s. of John and Sarah, Jan. 16, 1749. "]

[DI7477] ["AMMIDOWN (see Amidon), Philip, Aug, 11, 1796, a. 45 y. C.R. "]

[BI7478] ["Hannah, d. of John and Sarah, Oct. 25, 1752."]

[BI7497] [Book "Records of William Spooner, of Plymouth, Mass." has 3 Dec 1845 birth but listed after 1848 birth and already a different 1845 birth in family]

[CI7501] ["Elizabeth, d. of Edward and Lucy, bp. Oct. 29, 1752. C.R."]

[DI7501] ["Elizabeth, w. of Paul, Dec. 21, 1810. (a. 58 y. G.R.1.)"]

[NI7504] [Part of Dean family line in Hardwick, Worcester Co., Mass,in Barnstable line of Cobb connections]

[DI7504] [1719?]

[DI7510] ["Justus, s. of Paul and Elizebeth, Mar. 25, 1804, in his 13th y. G.R.1. (a. 12 y. 1 m. 1 W. 2 d. C.R.)"]

[DI7513] ["Hannah, wid. of David, July 28, 1837, a. 96 y. 6 m."]

[NI7515] Also found (very unlikely) as a daughter of daughter of William and Sarah (Barnard) Hackett (?)

[NI7516] [Married after death of Seth Dean]

[XI7521] [Cushing Cemetery]

[XI7522] [Cushing Cemetery]

[XI7525] [Cushing Cemetery]

[XI7526] [Nemasket Hill Cemetery]

[XI7546] [Abbott Cemetery]

[XI7549] [Abbott Cemetery]

[XI7550] [Cherry Hill Cemetery,]

[XI7586] [Mount Auburn Cemetery]

[XI7589] [Mount Auburn Cemetery]

[XI7607] [Old Cemetery at 'The Green']

[XI7614] [Burial Hill]

[XI7615] [Burial Hill]

[BI7620] [as named in 1760 until 1794 when named as Dresden, Maine]

[XI7627] [Burying Ground (Plympton Green)]

[DI7629] [His children became the "owners of half a pew right in Wareham Meeting House" ...formerly the property of their ... father"]

[BI7630] [Bumpus, Sarah  b. 10-Nov 1749, Philip   &   Mary]

[XI7633] [Center Cemetery]

[XI7634] [Center Cemetery]

[CI7635] [in 2nd Church of Scituate]

[BI7638] [place as "probable"]

[BI7672] ["[rec. after ch. b. Aug. 18, 1762, (in the order, in which they were born)]"]

[CI7674] ["from Plympton Church Records"]

[CI7676] ["Dec. [sic] 11, 1749, taken from Plympton Church Records)). [bp. June 11, C.R."]

[CI7677] ["(rec. between Huldah and Azubah, (in the order, in which they were born)]. [bp. May 7, 1758, C. R."]

[NI7696] [Listed in 1855 census as "Indian"]

[NI7700] [Listed as separate daughter but both of same name in "Thomas Greenough of Yarmouth and His Descendants" ]

[BI7700] [Possible a duplicate of previous birth since same name, or wrong date. Has different date of birth from prior Deborah Jane who was not deceased when this Deborah Jane was "born" until months later]

[DI7721] [a stillborn twin]

[BI7722] [a stillborn twin]

[XI7723] [Duck Creek Cemetery]

[XI7724] [Duck Creek Cemetery]

[NI7727] [NOTE: Married Dorcas Cobb of the "Boston line" and had a daughter before his death]

[DI7727] [From website "Nauset and vicinity"  - Levi Whitman, <"A Sermon, Preached at Wellfleet, March 9, 1800, on the Sabbath after the Confirmation of the News of the Death of Capt. William Chipman, Who Was Inhumanly Murdered by a Party of Rigaud's Pirates in the West-Indies."< (Boston: Manning & Loring, 1800.)]

[XI7738] [Cobb's Hill Cemetery]

[XI7748] [Ancient Cemetery]

[XI7749] [Ancient Cemetery]

[DI7762] [from a fall]

[XI7784] [Soldier Valley Cemetery]

[XI7787] [Little Sioux Cemetery (Find A Grave Memorial# 112155058 )]

[XI7788] [Little Sioux Cemetery (Find A Grave Memorial# 112155193)]

[XI7790] [Little Sioux Cemetery (Find A Grave Memorial# 112155219)]

[XI7791] [Little Sioux Cemetery (Find A Grave Memorial# 131779503)]

[XI7792] [Little Sioux Cemetery (Find A Grave Memorial# 131779598)]

[XI7793] [Little Sioux Cemetery (Find A Grave Memorial# 113186596 )]

[XI7794] [Little Sioux Cemetery (Find A Grave Memorial# 113186635)]

[DI7795] [Mound Grove Cemetery (Find A Grave Memorial# 71693921)]

[XI7797] [Little Sioux Cemetery (Find A Grave Memorial# 63114196)]

[XI7798] [Little Sioux Cemetery (Find A Grave Memorial# 63114190)]

[XI7799] [Little Sioux Cemetery (Find A Grave Memorial# 63114191)]

[XI7800] [Highland Cemetery (Find A Grave Memorial# 42239465)]

[XI7801] [Soldier Valley Cemetery (Find A Grave Memorial# 64239655)]

[XI7803] [Highland Cemetery (Find A Grave Memorial# 42239464)]

[XI7804] [Colden Cemetery (Find A Grave Memorial# 41103809)]

[XI7805] [Colden Cemetery (Find A Grave Memorial# 41103828)]

[XI7806] Old Valley Cemetery][

[XI7807] [Old Valley Cemetery]

[BI7809] [Ruth Lowden, dau. Richard and Elisabeth, Feb. 26, 1740]

[XI7819] [Union Cemetery]

[BI7824] [19 Jan 1774?]

[XI7824] [Old Burial Ground]

[NI7825] [Widow of Elkanah Bangs and Mr Benjamin Freeman]

[XI7825] [Old Burial Ground]

[BI7830] [birth not in  Otisfield, Maine VR but death and age is recorded]

[NI7836] [or Lois Morse as VR has "Miss Louis Morse"]

[BI7837] [Birth recorded in Otisfield but not in Wrentham]

[DI7846] [if Ephraim Jr.(Ephraim Sr. d. in 1760); no age given for either]

[XI7847] [Oak Woods Cemetery]

[NI7848] [Though many of Hawes/Haws name in Wrentham records, no bvirth or death record for her there]

[XI7850] [Forest Lawn memorial Park]

[BI7858] [no date in Otisfield VR]

[BI7859] [1794 date conflicts with birth of Julia in 1794]

[XI7906] [East Deerfield Cemetery, East Deerfield]

[NI7907] [Secondly, married Asa Conant on 21 December 1820 at Deerfield, Franklin Co., MA (Vital Records)]

[NI7908] :
Cobb, Samuel of Boston, Suffolk County, Mass. Mayor of Boston, Mass., 1874-76. Burial location unknown

[BI7908] ["The Memorial History of Boston" has date of birth as May 22, 1826, as does "The Nicholas White Family" and "American Ancestry". The former and latter also has his family as descended from Henry Cobb (incorrectly!). 5 Nov. 1826 also found as date of birth but may have been baptism. 5 Nov 1826?]

[XI7912] [Grove Hill Cemetery]

[BI7913] 1 May or 3 May of 1637.

[BI7920] [Cobb, , ch. Joseph, Dec. , 1823, a. 8 h. CR1]

[XI7923] [Pleasant Valley Cemetery]

[XI7924] [Pleasant Valley Cemetery]

[XI7925] [Pleasant Valley Cemetery]

[XI7926] [Pleasant Valley Cemetery]

[XI7927] [Pleasant Valley Cemetery]

[XI7928] [Woodlawn Cemetery]

[NI7929] [Thought married Ebenezer Cobb (1754-1829; 2nd gen. of Stephen Cobb, Immigrant, line). However "History of Rumford, Oxford County, Maine: From Its First Settlement in 1779" by William Berry Lapham; (Google Books) as well as " History of the Putnam Family ... Volume 1" by Eben Putnam have her married to Samuel Hinckson, with 2nd book staing 1797 marriage and no children (so not spouse of Ebenezer Cobb)]

[DI7937] [in prison during Civil War]

[DI7938] [in the Army]

[BI7939] [no date given]

[NI7948]

" Alice Foster?":  She married William Crocker before 1636 in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts . Her body was interred 4 May 1684 in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.

[BI7949] [also as Jan. 14, 1790 per "The Nicholas White Family"; "American Ancestry" (Vol. IV) and Leonard (1-7) have that date) or 1783 if age abt. 48 at death was correct]

[DI7949] [New Bedford newspaper gives his age as "abt. 48"]

[DI7950] ["aged 85 years"]

[NI7951] Passenger and Immigration Lists: Boston, 1821-1850

Cobb, Samuel C.     Country of Origin : United States of America Arrival Date : July 22, 1845
     Age : 19  Occupation : Merchant    Microfilm Source : Series M277, Roll 19

[BI7951] [The VR date was July 4, 1823 (bapt.); but a West family history has birth as "July 4th 1823 at half past 6 o'clock in the morning"; "The Nicholas White Family" and "Leonard Gen. (1 - 7) have the same date. However that date is a baptism date (unless baptism on same day of birth); newspaper gives age at death given as 1y & 5m]

[DI7951] [Record for 11/30/1824  in Taunton.]

[BI7954] Date given as 13 Jan. 1827 by "Famous Families" (source) but that would be before parents' marriage (of date per Guild)

[NI7955]

She was from the Taunton line of the Cobb family (see Taunton line for lineage).

[XI7957] ["Mount Auburn Cemetery"]

[DI7961] Sanford, Baalis: Amherst College [Amherst College Biographical Record, Centennial Edition (1821-1921)]

[DI7963] [gravestone memorial]

[NI7968] Buried with Rufus C. Cobb (b. 1811) and very likely a brother of him.

[DI7968] [Microfilm: Massachusetts Deaths, Vol. 174, 175; Taunton 1864 Deaths, p. 143, #90; farmer, single; parents: Rufus & Desire C.; cause: Inflamation of bowels]

[NI7969] [1850 Census]

[XI7970] Pleasant Cemetery, Raynham (Knapp gravestone)

[XI7971] Pleasant Cemetery

[XI7972] Pleasant Cemetery

[DI7973] (Annua)l Report ... for the Year 1874 - 5 [Taunton: Office of C. A. Hack, 1875], p. 15. Recorded on Aug. 2, "Everett S. Knapp, 27 - 11 - 20, Consumption"

[XI7973] Pleasant Cemetery

[XI7974] Pleasant Cemetery

[DI7976] [gravestone]

[BI7978] ["October 30, 1719" on gravestone in Taunton]

[DI7978] [gravestone has August 28, 1774]

[DI7986] "hung himself", a. 61

[DI7994] He died in his 32d y.

[BI7996] [22 July 1721?]

[DI7996] [gravestone record, but also found as 28 Sept. 1760]

[DI7997] a gravestone is in Yarmouth, MA's Ancient Cemetery

[XI7998] a gravestone is in Yarmouth, MA's Ancient Cemetery; also wives of John Thacher and Peter Thacher, each of whom could have been her parents.

[NI8023] 803. *Sanford, Baalis.  S. of Rev. John and Sophia (Loud), b. Dennis, Ap. 20, 1825.  M. A., A. C., 1848.  Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Delta Phi.
Prepared Amherst Acad.  Studied law with Charles Delano, Amherst, 1846; preceptor Bridgewater Acad.; studied law with William Latham, Edward Dickinson, Amherst, 1850 and Nathaniel Morton, Taunton; admitted to bar Taunton, S. 1851; practised there, 1851-60; N. Y. City, 1860-69; Boston, 1869-75.  District Attorney for southern district of Mass., 1859-60.  D. Boston, N. 29, 1875.

Married (1) Je. 1, 1853, Amelia Shepard, da. of James Sproat, Taunton, who d. Jan. 16, 1857; (2) Mch. 16, 1858, Elizabeth Baylies, da. of David G. W. Cobb, Taunton, who d. Je. 10, 1875.  2 s., 2 da.  Bro. John E. (A. C. 1851).

[NI8024] [Her father's business partner"]

[DI8029] [at sea per JOHN BARBOUR OF MAINE at "MAINE BARBERS" website]

[BI8034] [now as Portland, Maine]

[BI8058] [date found as 2 Mar 1751/52 but another record has her mother deceased "on or about 9 March 1751" so 9 March 1751 might be about 9 March 1751/52]

[XI8061] [Pine Grove Cemetery]

[XI8066] [Pine Grove Cemetery]

[BI8067] [Duxbury record has a 1761 birth; Find A Grave Memorial# 71863157 has 11 Mar 1751/52 date while also having "She was born about 1756." Date also found elsewhere as 11 March 1751/2 ,

[XI8067] [Kents Hill Cemetery]

[XI8068] [No burial gravestone known]

[XI8070] [Marshfield Hills Cemetery]

[XI8071] [Marshfield Hills Cemetery]

[XI8072] [Cedar Grove Cemetery]

[XI8073] [Cedar Grove Cemetery]

[BI8086] [Second of the name in the family]

[CI8086] [Baptized as Hobart Haskell but known as Hubbard (sa self-writtten in will)]

[BI8093] [Supposedly in Ballomoney, County Antrim]

[DI8093] [Then known as Windham, Province of Maine of the Massachusetts Bay Colony (aka Windham, Maine)]

[BI8098] [Recorded in book: Births 1892 - 1975]

[XI8099] [Gray Village Cemetery]

[DI8101] [at Gosnell Memorial Hospice House]

[XI8101] [Gray Village Cemetery]

[XI8119] [Weathersfield Bow Cemetery]

[XI8121] [Weathersfield Bow Graveyard]

[BI8136] [also as March 1, 1725/6]

[BI8143] [Birth young for marriage]

[BI8160] [part known as Fall Brook]

[XI8164] [Thomastown Cemetery]

[XI8165] [Thomastown Cemetery]

[XI8166] [Thomastown Cemetery]

[NI8170] [Appears dubious as Death Record has birth on 2-Mar-1905 in Boston with death on 17-May-1905 in Barnstead for same spouse. How married in 1925 to Nellie Ruth Little?]
[Marriage is in Town Reports but Death is not in Town Reports]

[DI8191] [died young (before 1795)]

[DI8194] [died young]

[DI8199] [at sea]

[DI8202] [at sea]

[NI8208] [He was the last governor of Plymouth Colony]

[BI8208] [1621?]

[DI8209] [Oct. 31, 1662?]

[XI8217] [Lakenham Cemetery]

[DI8220] 14 Feb. 1691 Yarmouth, Mass ?

[DI8227] [Normandin, Doris J.

NEW BEDFORD Doris J. (Cobb) Normandin, 83, of New Bedford, passed away on Monday, July 14, 2008, at St. Luke's Hospital after a series of complications. She was the widow of Leo J. Normandin; and daughter of the late Atlee N. Cobb and Jeannette (Dupont) Cobb-Drouin. She was a lifelong resident of New Bedford and graduated from New Bedford High School. Mrs. Normandin was the proprietor of the former Jan's Card Shop. In her leisure time she enjoyed playing bingo; but most of all she loved being with her family and grandchildren. Survivors include her daughter, Janet Kellish of New Bedford; three grandchildren, Chrisann Kellish, Courtney Ferreira and Lauren Kellish; six great-grandchildren, Brittany, Paige, Zachary, Isaiah, Hannah and Sydney; one great great-granddaughter, Emma Madison; her dear friend, Kathy Varao. She was the sister of the late Donald and George Cobb.

In lieu of flowers donations may be made to St. Jude's Children Research Hospital, 501 St. Jude's Place, Memphis, TN 38105.

In accordance with her wishes, she was cremated. Relatives and friends are invited to attend her Memorial Mass at St. Joseph-St. Therese Church on Tuesday 10 AM.

Arrangements by Rock Funeral Home.
and ]

[BI8230] [Social Security Death Index]

[DI8230] [Social Security Death Index]

[NI8234] [Has same Lavinia Pratt spouse per Find A Grave Memnorial as Allen S. Cobb, b. 16 Jun 1815 in this db]

[Is he the Allen Cobb in 1840 LIST OF PERSONS whose NAMES HAVE BEEN CHANGED in MASSACHUSETTS. 1780 - 1883"
Erial Allen Cobb, of Middleborough, may take the name of Allen Cobb.]

[XI8234] [Thomastown Cemetery]

[XI8236] [Thomastown Cemetery]

[NI8240] [Posted Dec 14, 2016 at 4:16 PM; Updated Dec 14, 2016 at 4:16 PM

Simonne L. Cobb, 86

MIDDLEBORO   Simonne Louise Cobb, 86, passed away on Sunday, December 4, 2016. She was the most loving, caring mother of all time. She will be missed by many, more than words can express. Simonne is predeceased by her husband David Allen Cobb II.

Simonne is lovingly remembered by her four children, Michael Cobb, Kathleen Lucas, James Cobb and Colleen Auger; her sister, Charlotte Lincoln; 8 grandchildren, and 8 great-grandchildren; nephews and nieces. Love you and God Bless.

Private arrangements are being handled by the Ashley Funeral Home, Middleboro.]

[NI8262] [An ancestor of President of the United States, B. Obama]

[XI8264] [West Barnstable Cemetery]

[XI8274] [in Cobb's Hill Cemetery (East)]

[BI8281] [calculated date]

[DI8281] ["aged 64 years"]

[XI8281] [Lothrop Hill Cemetery]

[XI8282] [Lothrop Hill Cemetery]

[BI8285] Birth record has parents as Fisher, "David Anson and Sara Ann" but his marriage record only with Susan Brown]

[XI8285] [Mountain Home Cemetery]

[NI8286] [He may be a son of Moses Cobb (1751 - 1781), son of Samuel Cobb (1717 - 1781)]

[DI8286] [Jan. (1850), age 47, hip disease]

[XI8286] [Schoolcraft Township Cemetery]

[NI8287] [Merged: Thomas, son of Moses (b. 1784) same as Thomas, son of Moses Cobb, b. 1771;
Marriage as 2 jan. 1845 or 2 July 1845?; Six children (names unknown)]

[DI8287] [also Rock Ridge, Polk County, Florida]

[Thomas S. Cobb had died suddenly in Florida, while en route home from his sojourn of two months at Palm Beach Grove; "Michigan historical collections" p. 294, 1892 ]

[Thomas S. Cobb was a son of Dr. Moses Cobb, and was born in Springfield, Vt., Oct. 4, 1819. His education was obtained in the schools of the town of his birth and at Kimball Union academy at Meridan, N. H. In 1836 and 1837 he was in the employ of Leach & McLellan, dry goods dealers in Boston, and upon the failure of that firm he entered the employ of Fisher & Cook, manufacturers at Wrentham, Mass., with whom he remained until 1842. A year previous to this, he had formed a partnership with his brother, M. R. Cobb, who opened a store at Schoolcraft, Mich., and sent his brother a stock of

REPORT OF THE MEMORIAL COMMITTEE, 225

goods from Boston, it requiring two months for the goods to reach their destination by the most expeditious method then known. In 1842 he returned to Boston as book-keeper for Shaw & Chandler, a dry goods jobbing firm, remaining there until 1848, when he returned to Wrentham and became a partner with Mr. Gook, his former employer. Here he remained five years, all the time retaining his interest in the business at Schoolcraft, and moving to Kalamazoo in 1855, he entered into the crockery business with David Fisher. In 1863 the First National bank was organized and Mr. Cobb was elected cashier, retaining the position nearly two years, when he retired but remained a member of the board of directors until 1885, when he severed his connection with
the bank. He was one of the active promoters of the scheme to connect Kalamazoo and South Haven by a railroad and in 1869 was appointed superintendent of the line, remaining in charge until the Michigan Central company took the road. He served on the board of education six years and in 1861-62 was a member of the board of
trustees of the village. He was elected to the State legislature in 1873 and served two years, in 1875 was elected to the State senate, where he served one term. When the Kalamazoo, Hastings & Lowell railroad company was organized in 1873 Mr. Cobb was an active member and did all in his power to have the road completed, and he was an active spirit in the reorganization into the Chicago, Kalamazoo & Saginaw railroad company in 1883. He was elected president of the road and retained the position up to the time of his death. He was also a member of the Kalamazoo & Hastings construction company.
In 1885 Mr. Cobb was elected cashier of the Kalamazoo National bank, to succeed Mr. George T. Bruen, and December 19, 1887, was elected a director to fill a vacancy caused by the death of Jacob Mitchell. Mr. Cobb's health began to fail several years ago, and January 13, 1891, he resigned as cashier of the bank but retained his
position on the board of directors until his death. Soon after resigning his position in the bank he left for the south, where he died.
Deceased has been prominent in business and social affairs for many years and his death is felt by scores of intimate friends.
July 2, 1845, deceased married Susan M. Fisher. They have had six children, five of whom are still living.

Thomas S. Cobb was a rare man. He was the soul of honor, and his whole bearing was indicative of strict integrity. His social qualities made him a genial companion among a large circle of people, who mourn his death in more than an ordinary degree. A devoted husband,
226 ANNUAL MEETING, 1891.

kind arid indulgent father, he was also an upright and public spirited citizen.]

[XI8288] [Mountain Home Cemetery: Lot D Sec 142 Grave 14]

[NI8289] [Info from Family Group Sheet of Mrs. C. Warren DeMott of New Castle, DE in 1986, citing sources of Church record, Census in NY and OH, marriage license and death certificate]

[BI8289] [FGS of Mrs. C. Warren DeMott of New Castle, DE in 1986, citing sources]

[DI8289] [FGS of Mrs. C. Warren DeMott of New Castle, DE in 1986, citing sources]

[XI8289] [FGS of Mrs. C. Warren DeMott of New Castle, DE in 1986, citing sources]

[BI8290] [FGS of Mrs. C. Warren DeMott of New Castle, DE in 1986, citing sources]

[DI8290] [FGS of Mrs. C. Warren DeMott of New Castle, DE in 1986, citing sources]

[BI8291] [FGS of Mrs. C. Warren DeMott of New Castle, DE in 1986, citing sources]

[DI8291] [FGS of Mrs. C. Warren DeMott of New Castle, DE in 1986, citing sources]

[XI8291] [FGS of Mrs. C. Warren DeMott of New Castle, DE in 1986, citing sources]

[BI8292] [FGS of Mrs. C. Warren DeMott of New Castle, DE in 1986, citing sources]

[DI8292] [FGS of Mrs. C. Warren DeMott of New Castle, DE in 1986, citing sources]

[XI8292] [Maplewood Cemetery]
[Place as Toledo, Lucas Co., OH, USA per FGS of Mrs. C. Warren DeMott of New Castle, DE in 1986, citing sources, cemetery unnamed]

[BI8293] [FGS of Mrs. C. Warren DeMott of New Castle, DE in 1986, citing sources]

[DI8293] [FGS of Mrs. C. Warren DeMott of New Castle, DE in 1986, citing sources]

[XI8293] [FGS of Mrs. C. Warren DeMott of New Castle, DE in 1986, citing sources]

[BI8294] [11 Jul 1849 per FGS of Mrs. C. Warren DeMott of New Castle, DE in 1986, citing sources; also record found as Aug. 11, 1849 per 1849 BIRTHS IN MORAVIA, CAYUGA COUNTY, NY ]

[DI8294] [FGS of Mrs. C. Warren DeMott of New Castle, DE in 1986, citing sources]

[BI8295] [FGS of Mrs. C. Warren DeMott of New Castle, DE in 1986, citing sources]

[DI8295] [FGS of Mrs. C. Warren DeMott of New Castle, DE in 1986, citing sources]

[XI8295] [Maplewood Cemetery]
[Place as Toledo, Lucas Co., OH, USA per FGS of Mrs. C. Warren DeMott of New Castle, DE in 1986, citing sources, cemetery unnamed]

[BI8296] [FGS of Mrs. C. Warren DeMott of New Castle, DE in 1986, citing sources]

[DI8296] [FGS of Mrs. C. Warren DeMott of New Castle, DE in 1986, citing sources]

[BI8297] [FGS of Mrs. C. Warren DeMott of New Castle, DE in 1986, citing sources]

[DI8297] [FGS of Mrs. C. Warren DeMott of New Castle, DE in 1986, citing sources]

[XI8297] [FGS of Mrs. C. Warren DeMott of New Castle, DE in 1986, citing sources]

[NI8298] [FGS of Mrs. C. Warren DeMott of New Castle, DE in 1986, citing sources]

[BI8298] [FGS of Mrs. C. Warren DeMott of New Castle, DE in 1986, citing sources]

[DI8298] [FGS of Mrs. C. Warren DeMott of New Castle, DE in 1986, citing sources]

[XI8298] [Wakeman Cemetery]
[In Maumee, Lucas Co., OH, per FGS of Mrs. C. Warren DeMott of New Castle, DE in 1986, citing sources]

[BI8299] [FGS of Mrs. C. Warren DeMott of New Castle, DE in 1986, citing sources]

[DI8299] [FGS of Mrs. C. Warren DeMott of New Castle, DE in 1986, citing sources]

[XI8299] [FGS of Mrs. C. Warren DeMott of New Castle, DE in 1986, citing sources]

[BI8300] [FGS of Mrs. C. Warren DeMott of New Castle, DE in 1986, citing sources]

[DI8300] [FGS of Mrs. C. Warren DeMott of New Castle, DE in 1986, citing sources]

[XI8300] [FGS of Mrs. C. Warren DeMott of New Castle, DE in 1986, citing sources]

[BI8301] [FGS of Mrs. C. Warren DeMott of New Castle, DE in 1986, citing sources]

[DI8301] [FGS of Mrs. C. Warren DeMott of New Castle, DE in 1986, citing sources]

[XI8301] [FGS of Mrs. C. Warren DeMott of New Castle, DE in 1986, citing sources]

[BI8302] [FGS of Mrs. C. Warren DeMott of New Castle, DE in 1986, citing sources]

[DI8302] [FGS of Mrs. C. Warren DeMott of New Castle, DE in 1986, citing sources]

[XI8302] [FGS of Mrs. C. Warren DeMott of New Castle, DE in 1986, citing sources]

[XI8304] [Maplewood Cemetery]

[XI8306] [Maplewood Cemetery]

[NI8318] [census]

[DI8323] ["Compendium of History and Biography of Kalamazoo County, Mich." by David Fisher and Frank Little, editors. (Page 529) has date as June 21, 1880. Gravestone transcription has Jun. 24, 1880 (Find A Grave Memorial# 30753846)]

[XI8323] [Mountain Home Cemetery; Lot D Sec 142 Grave 15]

[NI8324] ["Compendium of History and Biography of Kalamazoo County, Mich." by David Fisher and Frank Little, editors. (page. 518):
           Moses Rush Cobb was born July 9, 1815, at Springfield, Vt. He came to Schoolcraft, Mich., in 1837, and was engaged in the mercantile business with his brothers until 1845. He then spent nearly four years in Wisconsin. Returning in 1849, he was again in the mercantile business until 1851. In 1851, in company with M. N. Duncan, E. B. Dyckman and Henry Breese, the firm of M. R. Cobb & Company was formed. They built a large distillery, and started an extensive dry goods business, which was continued until Mr. Cobb withdrew in I857. The business was then continued under the name of M. N. Duncan & Company. Mr. Cobb spent part of 1857-8 in Missouri. He returned in 1858 and was married to Elizabeth Dyckman. From 1859 to 1865 he was interested in the drug business with O. R. Hatch, the firm name being O. R. Hatch & Company. He was in the grocery business with M. Hale for one year, part of 1865-6. In 1867, in company with E. B. Dyckman, M. Hale and I. W. Pursel, the bank of M. R. Cobb & Company was formed, and he was cashier of this bank until the First National Bank was organized in 1870. He was cashier of the First National for the five years they were doing business, and then cashier of the private bank of E. B. Dyckman & Company from 1875 to 1882. From 1882 until his death in 1904, his time was spent with his family.]

[BI8324] [Born in Springfield, Vt per "Compendium of History and Biography of Kalamazoo County, Mich." by David Fisher and Frank Little, editors. (page. 518) as found on Find A Grave Memorial# 45862858 (seen 30 Nov. 2013) ]

Born in Michigan per censuses]

[DI8324] [Michigan, Death Records, 1897-1920]

[XI8324] [Schoolcraft Township Cemetery]

[XI8325] [Schoolcraft Cemetery]

[NI8327] [She was six months old when her father died (note she was born in July of 1852 and her father's death was only given as 1852. If 6 months old, then her father died in early 1853). Her mother remarried two years later]

[XI8328] [Schoolcraft Township Cemetery]

[NI8329] [Her birth not in Moses' childrens' listing in "History of the Town of Springfield, Vermont" so may have been in Mich.]

[XI8329] [Northbridge Cemetery]

[XI8333] [Schoolcraft Township Cemetery]

[NI8363] [Son of Gov. Thomas Hinckley (Samuel Hinckley), of wife?]

[NI8365] [He married a "Lydia Cobb, and had a son, Isaiah, ...]

[NI8371] A compiled Barnhart book has a woman of the same name married to Dr. Samuel Cobb and had a child Moses Cobb who became a doctor but has different dates of birth and death than the Dr. Moses Cobb married to this Martha Prentiss.]

[XI8371] [Schoolcraft Township Cemetery]

[BI8373] [1860 Census has aged 14, birth in Mass. though birth after parents' marriage in Wrentham, Norfolk Co., Mass., his birth not recorded there in VR.]

[BI8377] [aged 4 in 1860 census]

[BI8378] [aged 1 in 1860 census]

[NI8384] [son of Ann Fuller (Samuel, Matthew, Edward) of the Mayflower line]

[NI8389] [Alt.: Bethia?]

[NI8396] < http://www.vineyard.net/vineyard/history/cemetery/cp0214.htm>:

Lt. Isaac Chase was a Tisbury blacksmith, and a Quaker. He married (1st) Mary Perkins, and (2nd) Mary Tilton. He was the son of Thomas Chase.

One of the original settlers of Tisbury, his estate comprised nearly the whole of the present village of Vineyard Haven.

[BI8396] See for "SKETCHES OF THE EARLY SETTLERS.
ISAAC CHASE."

[DI8396] Will probated in July.

[XI8396] Crossways Cemetery, Tisbury
< http://www.vineyard.net/vineyard/history/cemetery/cp0214.htm>:

Here lies the body
of Lt Isaac Chase
who died May ye 19
1727 aged about
80 years

[DI8401] [died at age of 5 years]

[BI8402] [June 9, 1652 date in Taylors' booklet]

[DI8403] [NEHGR #165 (2011), p. 282]

[BI8420] ["Saturday .date.. at half past two o'clock in the afternoon"]

[NI8424] "Prissila" as recorded.

"Prissila" as recorded.

[NI8432] Possible son of Zaccheus Gould (1589-1668), early settler of
Topsfield, MA who married a Phebe Deacon (date unknown).

Possible son of Zaccheus Gould (1589-1668), early settler of Topsfield, MA who married a Phebe Deacon (date unknown).

[NI8436]

If Joanna Carwithen, as supposed, then her father was David Carwithen. Her sister married a Richard Curtis (relationship to Zaccheus Curtis unknown ).

[XI8437] Topsfield Cemetery, Topsfield, MA

[NI8486]

< http://www.angelfire.com/ny/chickened/colefamily.html >:
Daniel Cole appears in the records of Plymouth Colony about 1633 with his brothers, Job and John.

[NI8487] Or death on 12/16/1694

< http://www.angelfire.com/ny/chickened/colefamily.html >:
Ruth's maiden name is controversial and some researchers are of the opinion that she was Ruth Collier, a daughter of William Collier; this has not been conclusively proven to be correct. However birth and death dates are correct for Daniel Cole's wife. Also Daniel Cole's brother, Job, married 16 May 1634 Rebecca Collier; born 10 Jan 1610 St. Olave Southwark England; died 29 Dec 1698 Eastham MA; daughter of William Collier and (unknown).
So Ruth may also have been Ruth Collier as 2 brothers of one family married daughters from another family.

[NI8493] [Veteran of Revolutionary War (titled Major), in SAR membership reports (as was his father, titled Capt.)]

[XI8493] [Union Cemetery]

[XI8494] [Union Cemetery]

[NI8503] Surname noted as possibly Wentworth, and if so then parentage follows
with father Thomas. [William Brewster Sr. succeeded T. W. as
Bailiff-Receiver in Scrooby.]

Surname noted as possibly Wentworth, and if so then parentage follows with father Thomas. [William Brewster Sr. succeeded T. W. as Bailiff-Receiver in Scrooby.]

Surname noted as possibly Wentworth, and if so then parentage follows with father Thomas. [William Brewster Sr. succeeded T. W. as Bailiff-Receiver in Scrooby.]

[XI8506] [Cove Burying Ground]

[NI8507] Born "in the parish of Lechlade, Gloucestershire, England." but from
London.

[BI8507] Born "in the parish of Lechlade, Gloucestershire, England." but from London. Place aka "Lichdale, England"

[BI8517] [23 Jun 1659?]

[DI8531] [No death record known]

[NI8612] [early settler of Gorham, Maine]

[DI8616] ["Sears" has same date but year as 1778, noting 1776 date in another source]

[BI8629] [Birth also found online as 20 Mar 1663/64, son of Edward Homer]

[NI8638] [Daughter of John Osborn (11 Jun 1672-28 Dec 1750) & Ruth Stowell (ca 1687-15 Jun 1755)?]

[NI8640] [Governor of Martha's Vineyard]

[BI8643] [Ireland or Scotland]

[NI8650] The family of Scotto, or Scottow as it is sometimes written, was of
some note in the early history of Boston. They came from Norwich,
Norfolk County, England, and were cabinet-makers by trade. The family
consisted of the widow Thomasine Scotto, and
her two sons—Thomas , born 1612; and Joshua, born 1615. She was
admitted to the First Church in 1634, her sons in 1639. Thomas Scotto
had a house and a garden in School street, which he sold in 1645 for
£55. It joined the Burying Place on the East,
and seems to have included the same property which his
gr.-gr.-grandson Samuel Clarke owned and occupied 133 years after,
which real estate remained in the family till about 1825, when it was
sold to the city by Dr. Samuel clarke, and now forms
part of the City Hall Square.



In the “Book of Possessions,” Thomas Scotto is put down as owner of
house and garden in School street; four acres of land at Muddy River
(Brookline) and a marsh at the same place. He died in 1661, Will dated
March 9, 1660; Thomas Clarke, witness.
Property appraised at 250 pounds sterling—N.E. Hist. and Gen.Register,
Vol. X, P. 362



Thomas Scotto was overseer of graves, gates and fences in 1644, and we
find the following in the Town Records, February, 1646—“Thomas Scotto
to see yt ye graves be digged five foot deep.”—Drake's History of
Boston, p. 302



The family is said to trace back to the year 1120, and the name was
originally spelled Scot-howe, which signifies a portion on the hill
side. In early records it is written variously, Scotto, Scottoe,
Scottow and Scottoa. Joshua spelt his name
Scotto.



The name has been extinct in Boston for many years.

The family of Scotto, or Scottow as it is sometimes written, was of
some note in the early history of Boston. They came from Norwich,
Norfolk County, England, and were cabinet-makers by trade. The family
consisted of the widow Thomasine Scotto, and
her two sons—Thomas , born 1612; and Joshua, born 1615. She was
admitted to the First Church in 1634, her sons in 1639. Thomas Scotto
had a house and a garden in School street, which he sold in 1645 for
£55. It joined the Burying Place on the East,
and seems to have included the same property which his
gr.-gr.-grandson Samuel Clarke owned and occupied 133 years after,
which real estate remained in the family till about 1825, when it was
sold to the city by Dr. Samuel clarke, and now forms
part of the City Hall Square.



In the “Book of Possessions,” Thomas Scotto is put down as owner of
house and garden in School street; four acres of land at Muddy River
(Brookline) and a marsh at the same place. He died in 1661, Will dated
March 9, 1660; Thomas Clarke, witness.
Property appraised at 250 pounds sterling—N.E. Hist. and Gen.Register,
Vol. X, P. 362



Thomas Scotto was overseer of graves, gates and fences in 1644, and we
find the following in the Town Records, February, 1646—“Thomas Scotto
to see yt ye graves be digged five foot deep.”—Drake's History of
Boston, p. 302



The family is said to trace back to the year 1120, and the name was
originally spelled Scot-howe, which signifies a portion on the hill
side. In early records it is written variously, Scotto, Scottoe,
Scottow and Scottoa. Joshua spelt his name
Scotto.



The name has been extinct in Boston for many years.

[NI8661] Other Source Lists 8 Dec 1640

[BI8661] Other Source Lists 8 Dec 1640

[BI8674] [Truro record has this date of birth "at Cape Codd"]

[DI8674] [lost at sea]

[XI8678] [Strout Cemetery]
[However as Betsey Cobb Strout (not Betsey Proctor)]

[XI8679] [Sawyer Cemetery]

[XI8680] [Lisbon Cemetery]

[BI8696] [Bangs also found as born "at Chichester, or Chester, England"]

[NI8697] He was 1 of 8 in Brester's church's beginning in 1700; deacon;
selectman; clerk; and coroner.

He was 1 of 8 in Brester's church's beginning in 1700; deacon; selectman; clerk; and coroner.

[NI8699] Records of Yarmouth before 1676 lost or destroyed.

[BI8699] [Records of Yarmouth before 1676 lost or destroyed.]

[DI8701] [before date of husband's second marriage]

[XI8701] [Cove Buring Ground]

[NI8721] Will mentions wife Pandora, son Jonathan; desire to be buried in
Eastham.

[DI8721] Will mentions wife Pandora, son Jonathan; desire to be buried in Eastham.

[NI8726] "Piles.ged" had birth as 9th day, not 12th.

[BI8726] "Piles.ged" had birth as 9th day, not 12th.

[XI8747] [Dow Cemetery in Dover-Foxcroft Maine]

[BI8769] "between Nov. 19, 1660 and 1670".

[DI8769] "between Aug. 31, 1688 and 1694".

[BI8773] [calcul;ated by age at death:  27 Sep 1721]

[DI8773] [aged 83 y. 2 m. 3 w. 6 d. c.r, (Hardwick VR)]

[DI8779] [widow Lydia "apptd. admx." on that date]

[NI8780] Death before 1714 since not mentioned in will of husband in Jan. 1714.

[DI8780] [Death before 1714 since not mentioned in will of husband in Jan. 1714.]

[NI8790]

"Augustine Bearse: Augustine was born circa 1618 in England. Augustine immigrated to 24 April 1638.  Augustine died before 1697 in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts
02630, USA, at approximately 78 years of age.

[BI8790] possibly born at Southampton, Hampshire, England

[NI8791] [A Wikitree chart]

[NI8814] [ Birth found in Oct. 1932 N.E.H.G.R., p. 464: Genealogies in Preparation: Rev. Percy Osborne's gen. of George Osborne (died 7 April 1812)]
[ George "Rosburn" would be Osborne, transient in that he was from Canada.]

[BI8814] Birth found in Oct. 1932 N.E.H.G.R., p. 464: Genealogies in Preparation: Rev. Percy Osborne's gen. of George Osborne (died 7 April 1812 ).

[DI8814] ["80th y." as recorded in Pembroke and  "a. 79" in Hanson]

[XI8814] [Cemetery at Fern Hill]; age shown on gravestone is 79 yrs.

[XI8850] [Winslow Cemetery, Winslow Cemetery Rd., Marshfield, Mass.: there is a large monument dedicated to Early Settlers of Green Harbor, including
Thomas CHILLINGWORTH Joane]

[NI8853] Death record has " Elnathan. Lydia, Apr. 19, 1738 [sic] [ Apr. 19,
1738, a. 62 y. "& near 9 months,"  G.R.1.]

[DI8853] Death record has " Elnathan. Lydia, Apr. 19, 1738 [sic] [ Apr. 19, 1738, a. 62 y. "& near 9 months,"  G.R.1.]

[NI8854] Death record has age of Sarah as "87 y. 3 m. 6 d." yet actual age
would be 86/7/25 unless she was  born 3 Mar. 1684.

[DI8854] Death record has age of Sarah as "87 y. 3 m. 6 d." yet actual age would be 86/7/25 unless she was  born 3 Mar. 1684.

[XI8864] [Winslow Cemetery, Winslow Cemetery Rd., Marshfield, Mass.: there is a large monument dedicated to Early Settlers of Green Harbor, including
John DINCLEY and wife Sarah]

[BI8866] Moses Newton was probably baptized on 26 March 1646 (alternate date of birth).

[DI8866] or Marlborough (Paige)

[NI8869] 3 June 1665 birth date by age at death (68-0-23)

[NI8877] [Conflicting info on wife for same 1661 marriage date: wife as Mary (Atwood) Bradford or Patience Faunce; if Patience Faunce, then Patience Holmes who married James Coibb of that ancestry]

[NI8880] Sarah C. died "April 26 (May 6), 1691."  4/26/1691 Old Style calendar
date.

[DI8891] [as 16 Nov. 1727 but his widow was apptd. Admin of Estate on 3 July 1727 and estate was settled on 31 May 1727. Thus month of death apoparently in error.]

[XI8895] [Riverview Cemetery]

[XI8899] [Riverview Cemetery]

[XI8903] [Riverview Cemetery]

[NI8904] [gravestone]

[DI8904] [TAG: 3 Mar 1734; gravestone: March ye 2D 1733/4]

[XI8904] [Nemasket Cemetery: stone fair; in 81st year]

[BI8905] [as early as 1621 but maybe as late as 1625-1627]

[DI8905] ["Georg Vaughan Deceased october the : 20 1694 : in the : 73 d year of his age"]

[XI8905] [Nemaskett Cemetery]

[NI8906] [Name written as Henchman, Hinchsman or Hinksman]

[DI8906] ["Elizabeth Vaughan the wife of George Vaughan deceased June the 24 1693 in the Sixtyeth year of her age"]

[XI8906] [Nemaskett Cemetery]

[BI8911] [Spurwink, Maine]

[DI8918] [Wareham or Middleboro]

[BI8923] ["Faith Benson and Hope Benson both Daughters of Samuel Benson by Keziah his wife born Twins (viz) faith august the 31st and Hope September 1 1744"]

[BI8936] [calculated date]

[DI8955] [Died of wounds after The Great Swamp Fight's battle at Narragansett Fort (South Kingstown, Rhode Island) during King Philip's War n December 1675]

[BI8959] [calculated date]

[DI8962] [from Middleboro Deaths (card index) 1853 - 1903, A - Y; Town Clerk; but http://www.kittymunson.com/GEDbrows/g905.html#I18113 has 23 March 1873 in Sandwich, Mass. as death]

[XI8979] [Varney Cemetery]

[XI8980] [Purchade Cemetery]

[DI8981] [Church record has 3 Feb. but does not distinguish if death or burial]

[XI8981] [Purchade Cemetery]

[DI8982] [Backus' private record held by N.E.H.G.S.; in that part (Titicut) that includes Bridgewater and Middleboro]

[XI8983] [Varney Cemetery]

[DI8986] ["Samuel Keith first above Named died February ye 3d Ano Dom 175[]"; monument in cemetery with multiple family and lines has Feb. 3, 1757 but a headstone there has "Feb. ye 3d, 1759 in ye 82 year of his age". Thus birth would be abt 1676 which is on monument]

[XI8986] [Scotland Cemetery]

[NI8989]

EFHG says "Hannah Washburn b. 1690, m. John Keith 18 Apr 1711, d. 4 Mar 1766"
VRBM says "Hannah, m. John Keith, d. 4 Mar 1766".
HESB says "Hannah Washburn, p. Samuel Washburn & Deborah Packard, m. John
Keith 1711, d. 1766".
MFIPFC says "Hannah Washburn b. ca 1690 Bridgewater, p. Samuel Washburn & Deborah Packard".
PAFA says "Hannah Washburn b. 1690, p. Samuel Washburn & Deborah Packard, m. John Keith 11 Apr 1711, d. 1766".
EEAGE says "Hannah Washburn, p. Samuel Washburn, m. John Keith 18 Apr 1711, d. 1766".
MBAD, quoting Bridgewater Epitaphs, says "Hannah Washburn b. ca 1689,
p. Samuel Washburn & Deborah Packard, d. 4 Mar 1766, in 77th yr".

EFHG says "Hannah Washburn b. 1690, m. John Keith 18 Apr 1711, d. 4 Mar 1766".

VRBM says "Hannah, m. John Keith, d. 4 Mar 1766".

HESB says "Hannah Washburn, p. Samuel Washburn & Deborah Packard, m. John
Keith 1711, d. 1766".

MFIPFC says "Hannah Washburn b. ca 1690 Bridgewater, p. Samuel Washburn &


Deborah Packard".

PAFA says "Hannah Washburn b. 1690, p. Samuel Washburn & Deborah Packard, m.
John Keith 11 Apr 1711, d. 1766".

EEAGE says "Hannah Washburn, p. Samuel Washburn, m. John Keith 18 Apr 1711, d.
1766".

MBAD, quoting Bridgewater Epitaphs, says "Hannah Washburn b. ca 1689, p. Samuel
Washburn & Deborah Packard, d. 4 Mar 1766, in 77th yr".

[XI9004] [South St. Cemetery]

[BI9014] [1865 census]

[DI9025] [now as Westbrook]

[BI9040] [date per gravestone record in Carver record but as 1816 per "Bisbee" and "Shurtleff"]

[DI9057] [or in Middleborough]

[XI9057] [Union Cemetery: Section C, Lot 10]

[XI9058] [Union Cemetery: Section C, Lot 10]

[BI9062] [April 8 old style, April 19, new style]

[XI9062] [Lakenham Cemetery]

[XI9063] [Lakenham Cemetery]

[DI9064] He "was killed in 'Philip's War' ".

[DI9065] [9 Mar 1725/26, Duxbury]

[DI9067] [abt or after 1686 and [before 1701]

[XI9067] [Myles Standish Burying Ground]

[XI9069] [Hillcrest Cemetery]

[DI9072]

[NI9077] [Links to an unlinked Cobb family of Attleboro (after 1929) [by Sturtevant marriage] to this Sampson line]

[XI9077] [Old Burying Ground]

[XI9078] [Burying Ground (Plympton Green)]

[BI9087] [Tilson has 1687, which Murdoch has as the first born who died young]

[DI9104] She "died in May or June, 1639, on board the ship "Jonathan" just outside Boston Harbor."

[DI9108] ["died between 7 July 1753 and 14 Oct. 1793" (perhaps firdst date should be 1783 since 2 children after 1771)]

[NI9114] [name was also as Morse]

[XI9121] [Hillcrest Cemetery]

[BI9124] or Plympton, MA

[DI9126] [before 26 Jan. 1758]

[NI9131] He was the first minister of Middleboro, MA

[XI9131] [Burial Hill]

[NI9134] [or as Elizabeth Nichols]

[DI9153] [Davis: 1819, Prince Davis, aged 96]

[NI9157] [He bought a farm in Cornwall, Conn. and prepared it for a move by his family but dies suddenly before the move (pg. 29 of "Memoir of John Whitman and His Descendants")]

[BI9158] [birth not in East Bridgewate VR]

[DI9158] [died of slow fever, a. 53 per church record, in 55th year per gravestone (in VR)]

[XI9171] [Hillcrest Cemetery]

[DI9178] [Died in Revolutionary War]

[BI9195] ["June 26, 1749 (July 7, N.S.)" per Shurtleff (1976); June 6, 1749 (July 7, N.S.) per Atwood (so June 26 correct and typo of June 6)]

[DI9197] [84th year]

[XI9197] [Lakenham Cemetery]

[BI9198] [daughter of Luke and Ruth (Cushman)]

[XI9198] [Lakenham Cemetery]

[DI9207] [Thomas Families: "22 Feb. 1806"]

[DI9218] [between 1702 and 1718]

[BI9219] [probably Middleboro]

[BI9240] [6 Sept. 1730 per Cutter]

[DI9240] [Cutter: February 19, 1820 ( Family History: New England Families #2)]

[NI9241] She was the widow of Jonathan White, having had no children by that marriage.

[BI9241] [Cutter: Mrs. Rebecca White]

[NI9243] She was the widow of Mr. Bosworth; no marriage nor death date given for either.

[BI9282] [N.S.: 3 April]

[BI9292] [Found as Wenham, Plymouth Co., but no such town in Plymouth Co.; Wareham?]

[XI9295] [South Middleboro Cemetery]

[DI9298] [Second marriage in 1735]

[NI9301] ["By means of three deeds .... prove that Benjamin Bartlett's seven daughters married, as follows: Sarah married Israel3 Bradford (William2-1); Rebecca married John4 Bradford (John3, William2-1); Ruth married John Murdock, Jr.; Mercy married John Turner5 (Benjamin4, Mary3 Brewster, Jonathan2, William1); Priscilla married John3 Samson (Stephen2, Henry1); Deborah married Josiah Thomas; Abigail married Gamaliel4 Bradford (Samuel3, William2-1)."]

[DI9314] [Myrick]

[XI9314] [Myrick Burial Ground]

[DI9358] "Ancestor of all the name in America" (gravestone record).

[DI9375] [gravestone record]

[DI9392] She married secondly in May 1745.

[NI9406] ["Stephens" as named in son's second marriage (as "Stevens" in his first marriage record)

[NI9412] [written in pencil above name on son's marr. record (card)]

[Middleboro has name as Henry; Wareham has name as Harvey]

[NI9413] [Middleboro record reads name as Parmelia; Wareham has Pauline]

[BI9478] calculated date]

[BI9479] calculated date]

[NI9503] [She was the second wife of John Cobb (Taunton line!) and made a will on 3 June 1726, naming her son Israel (Woodward), daughter Elizabeth (Woodward), grandchild Richard Cobb, daughter Mary Cobb, son John Cobb, and son Morgan Cobb. Witnessed by Thomas Hodges and Nathaniel Cobb].

[DI9503] Burial in cemetery on Glebe St., Taunton:
          In Memory of
  Mrs. Jean Cobb Relict
    of Mr John Cobb,
   Dec. Mearch y  19th
    1736 in y  85th
    Year of her Age.

[BI9508] M. Blake ("Franklin"): 4th October, 1674 [probably date of baptism]

[DI9508] Source "Some Desc. of Nath. Woodward"  gives the date as 16 April 1762.

[NI9512] He was a carpenter but also used as a surveyor of the boundary lines of the colonies.

[NI9518] Originally spelled "De-la-Noye" (French).

Originally spelled "De-la-Noye" (French).

[XI9522] [Myles Standish Burying Ground]

[DI9526] [He died between 17 January 1683/4 (date of will) and 20 May 1685 (date of inventory) in Plymouth.]

[XI9531] [Nemasket Cemetery]

[XI9539] [Nemasket Hill Cemetery]

[XI9540] [Nemasket Cemetery: stone flaked, sunk, date of death not visible]

[NI9588] Personal records of Richard Glen Packard.
10250 E. Fenimore Rd.
Mesa, AZ. 85207
(602) 380-1828
AzPack@aol.com
PZQL93A@prodigy.com

Family records of Bliss R. Packard & Helen T. Wentz.

1. Family record
2. Mass. B.28 "History of Bridgewaterm Mass. p. 253 3. Am. vol.1.
"Geneology
of New England". p. 122.
4. Mass. B.28b Vol. 1.p.237, 240, 242, 243, 248, 249, 250, Vol 2 p 277
5.
Submitted by Arthur H. Packard 360 E. 6th N. Provo, UT.

Bowling, Alice Christine, THE ANCESTORS AND FAMILY OF JOHN LAWSON
PACKARD, Box
353, Stanfield, OR  97875.

Bartlett, Ruth Packard and Packard, Daniel A., Jr., THE ANCESTORS AND
DESCENDANTS OF DANIEL PACKARD, 1783-1853, Founder of Bear Hill Farm,
Rockland,
ME, 1981-1982.

BJF says "Zaccheus Packard b. 20 Apr 1651 Hingham MA, p. Samuel
Packard &
Elizabeth Stream, m. Sarah Howard, d. 3 Aug 1723 Bridgewater MA".

LDS Ancestral File says "Zaccheus Packard b. & Christened 20 Apr 1651
Bridgewater, Plymouth Co MA, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream, m.
Sarah
Howard 1 Feb 1682 Bridgewater, Plymouth Co MA, d. 3 Aug 1723 N.
Bridgewater,
Plymouth Co MA".

PIEMF says "Zaccheus Packard b./chr. 20 Apr 1651 Hingham MA, p. Samuel
Packard
& Elizabeth Stream, m. Sarah Howard 1679, d. 3 Aug 1723".

PIEMD says "Zaccheus Packard b. Hingham MA, bap. 20 Apr 1651, p.
Samuel
Packard, m. Sarah Howard 1679, d. 3 Aug 1723 Bridgewater MA".

HESB & GDFSNE say "Zacheus Packard, p. Samuel Packard, m. Sarah
Howard, d.
1723".

PAFA says "Zacheus Packard b. 1650 Hingham, bap. 20 Apr 1651, p.
Samuel
Packard & Elizabeth ?, m. Sarah Howard, d. 3 Aug 1723 Bridgewater".

"Ancestors and Descendents of Daniel Packard" says "Zacheus Packard b.
1651, p.
Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream".

SPBM says "Zaccheus Packard b. ca 1650 Hingham MA, bap. 20 Apr 1651,
p. Samuel
Packard & Elizabeth ?, m. Sarah Howard ca 1678".

Birth was notes as abt 1643 originally but [Packard] gedcom has birth
as 1650

Personal records of Richard Glen Packard.
10250 E. Fenimore Rd., Mesa, AZ. 85207
(602) 380-1828
AzPack@aol.com; PZQL93A@prodigy.com

Family records of Bliss R. Packard & Helen T. Wentz.

1. Family record
2. Mass. B.28 "History of Bridgewaterm Mass. p. 253 3. Am. vol.1. "Geneology
of New England". p. 122.
4. Mass. B.28b Vol. 1.p.237, 240, 242, 243, 248, 249, 250, Vol 2 p 277 5.
Submitted by Arthur H. Packard 360 E. 6th N. Provo, UT.

Bowling, Alice Christine, THE ANCESTORS AND FAMILY OF JOHN LAWSON PACKARD, Box 353, Stanfield, OR  97875.

Bartlett, Ruth Packard and Packard, Daniel A., Jr., THE ANCESTORS AND
DESCENDANTS OF DANIEL PACKARD, 1783-1853, Founder of Bear Hill Farm, Rockland,
ME, 1981-1982.

BJF says "Zaccheus Packard b. 20 Apr 1651 Hingham MA, p. Samuel Packard &


Elizabeth Stream, m. Sarah Howard, d. 3 Aug 1723 Bridgewater MA".

LDS Ancestral File says "Zaccheus Packard b. & Christened 20 Apr 1651
Bridgewater, Plymouth Co MA, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream, m. Sarah
Howard 1 Feb 1682 Bridgewater, Plymouth Co MA, d. 3 Aug 1723 N. Bridgewater,
Plymouth Co MA".

PIEMF says "Zaccheus Packard b./chr. 20 Apr 1651 Hingham MA, p. Samuel Packard
& Elizabeth Stream, m. Sarah Howard 1679, d. 3 Aug 1723".

PIEMD says "Zaccheus Packard b. Hingham MA, bap. 20 Apr 1651, p. Samuel


Packard, m. Sarah Howard 1679, d. 3 Aug 1723 Bridgewater MA".

HESB & GDFSNE say "Zacheus Packard, p. Samuel Packard, m. Sarah Howard, d.
1723".

PAFA says "Zacheus Packard b. 1650 Hingham, bap. 20 Apr 1651, p. Samuel


Packard & Elizabeth ?, m. Sarah Howard, d. 3 Aug 1723 Bridgewater".

"Ancestors and Descendents of Daniel Packard" says "Zacheus Packard b. 1651, p.
Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream".

SPBM says "Zaccheus Packard b. ca 1650 Hingham MA, bap. 20 Apr 1651, p. Samuel
Packard & Elizabeth ?, m. Sarah Howard ca 1678".

Personal records of Richard Glen Packard.
10250 E. Fenimore Rd.
Mesa, AZ. 85207
(602) 380-1828
AzPack@aol.com
PZQL93A@prodigy.com

Family records of Bliss R. Packard & Helen T. Wentz.

1. Family record
2. Mass. B.28 "History of Bridgewaterm Mass. p. 253 3. Am. vol.1. "Geneology
of New England". p. 122.
4. Mass. B.28b Vol. 1.p.237, 240, 242, 243, 248, 249, 250, Vol 2 p 277 5.
Submitted by Arthur H. Packard 360 E. 6th N. Provo, UT.

Bowling, Alice Christine, THE ANCESTORS AND FAMILY OF JOHN LAWSON PACKARD, Box
353, Stanfield, OR  97875.

Bartlett, Ruth Packard and Packard, Daniel A., Jr., THE ANCESTORS AND
DESCENDANTS OF DANIEL PACKARD, 1783-1853, Founder of Bear Hill Farm, Rockland,
ME, 1981-1982.

BJF says "Zaccheus Packard b. 20 Apr 1651 Hingham MA, p. Samuel Packard &


Elizabeth Stream, m. Sarah Howard, d. 3 Aug 1723 Bridgewater MA".

LDS Ancestral File says "Zaccheus Packard b. & Christened 20 Apr 1651
Bridgewater, Plymouth Co MA, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream, m. Sarah
Howard 1 Feb 1682 Bridgewater, Plymouth Co MA, d. 3 Aug 1723 N. Bridgewater,
Plymouth Co MA".

PIEMF says "Zaccheus Packard b./chr. 20 Apr 1651 Hingham MA, p. Samuel Packard
& Elizabeth Stream, m. Sarah Howard 1679, d. 3 Aug 1723".

PIEMD says "Zaccheus Packard b. Hingham MA, bap. 20 Apr 1651, p. Samuel


Packard, m. Sarah Howard 1679, d. 3 Aug 1723 Bridgewater MA".

HESB & GDFSNE say "Zacheus Packard, p. Samuel Packard, m. Sarah Howard, d.
1723".

PAFA says "Zacheus Packard b. 1650 Hingham, bap. 20 Apr 1651, p. Samuel


Packard & Elizabeth ?, m. Sarah Howard, d. 3 Aug 1723 Bridgewater".

"Ancestors and Descendents of Daniel Packard" says "Zacheus Packard b. 1651, p.
Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream".

SPBM says "Zaccheus Packard b. ca 1650 Hingham MA, bap. 20 Apr 1651, p. Samuel
Packard & Elizabeth ?, m. Sarah Howard ca 1678".

[BI9588] Birth was notes as abt 1643 originally but [Packard] gedcom has birth as 1650

[DI9588] 23 Aug 1723 in West Bridgewater, PlymouthCo., MA?

[NI9589] Personal records of Richard Glen Packard
10250 E. Fenimore Rd.
Mesa, Az. 85207
(602) 380-1828
AzPack@aol.com
PZQL93A@prodigy.com

! BIOGRAPHY: Samuel, wife Elizabeth and child, Elizabeth, came from
Windham,
near Hingham, England, in the ship "Diligence", of Ipswich, John
Martin,
master.  There were 133 passangers who sailed 26 April 1638, landing
in Boston
10 August 1638.  He first settled in Hingham, Mass., in 1638; from
thence he
removed to West Bridgewater.  He was a constable and tevern-keeper.
All of
this name who have gone from the Bridgewaters were probably
descendants of
his, and, in fact, nearly all of the name in this country can be
traced to
that place.
There has been some question regarding the name of Samuel's first
child, and
the order of birth of some of the others.  Karle S. Packard reasons
Mary is
the older, because she married nine years before Elizabeth, but my
reference,
lists Elizabeth as the first born.  Also because his children were not
christened at birth, I believe he was either away from the proper
clergy, or
church of his belief.
There have been a variety of ways in which the name has been written;
namely,
Pecker, Packer, Peckard, Peckerd; but the usual and proper name is
Packard.
It is expedient to remember that not all who recorded names in the
registers
were good spellers nor highly educated.  Many wrote as they heard,
writing the
name phonetically.  Thus the deviations in spelling of the same name.
Records show Samuel owned a grant of land in 1638 at Hingham.  He
removed with
his wife, Elizabeth, about 1660 from Hingham to Bridgewater, Mass.
with their
twelve children, Elizabeth, Samuel Jr., Zaccheus, Thomas, John,
Nathaniel,
Mary, Hannah, Israel, Jael, Deborah, and Deliverance.
That he first lived in Hingham and lastly in Bridgewater is generally
recognized, but most accounts have him moving directly from the former
to the
later.  However, he moved from Hingham to Weymouth, where he was a
Selectman
from 1654 to 1664 and at least two of his children were born.  He was
still in
Hingham in 1652 when his daughter, Deliverance, was baptized, but must
have
moved soon thereafter.
Samuel was not an original proprietor of Bridgewater, who were all
from
Duxbury, but he purchased land from them before August 1662, when he
was
appointed to a group to lay out highways.  He was an active member of
the
town, being Collector of Minister's Rates in 1670, Surveyor of
Highways in
1672, and Constable again in 1674.  He was licensed to keep an
"ordinary"
(tavern) in 1671.  He died there 7 November 1684, and his will, dated
29
October 1684, was signed by mark, helping to explain why the common
misspelling of his name as Packer was not corrected earlier.
Karle assumes Samuel could not write, because he signed his will by
mark,
however keep in mind that his family's prominence in Stonham Asphal
was such
that at least the sons of George Packard would have been taught by the
vicar,
as was the custom of the time.  Students went to school from dawn
until
mid-afternoon, learning all subjects of the day, including Latin and
Greek.  I
believe Samuel was schooled to the limit of the vicar, and the reason
for his
mark, was due to ill health or poor eye sight near the time of his
death.
In 1667 he served on the committee to lay out streets at Bridgewater.
He was
made constable in 1664, and licensed to operate a Tavern--Hotel in
1670.  In
1682 he with four sons was named amoung 80 Proprietors of Bridgewater.
Bridgewater was taken from Duxbury and deeded to Miles Standish,
Constant
Southworth and Samuel Nash in 1649.
All of Samuel's sons are said to have served as soilders in the Indian
Wars of
1675 and 1676.
There is a discrepancy in the records for Samuel's death date.  Some
show it
to be 7 April 1684, however his last 'Will' was dated 29 October 1684.
Others
list his death date as 7 November 1684.
Elizabeth remarried after Samuel's death, to John Washburn, 1685/6.
(Taken from the book "The Packard Legacy", by Lowene Packard Saxton)

1. Mass. 13
2. Mass. 20
3. Savage p. 327
4. N.E. Reg. Vol. 59 p. 107
5. Mass. B 28, p. 253
6. Hist. of Bridgewater, MA
7. Mass. B 28, p. 253
8. F, F, H., #126?
9. Submitted by Dorothy Hadlock 80 North Main, Salt Lake City, UT.

Bowling, Alice Christine, THE ANCESTORS AND FAMILY OF JOHN LAWSON
PACKARD, Box
353, Stanfield, OR  97875.

Mitchell, Edward C., History of the Early Settlement of Bridgewater,
Family
Register, 1970.

Kingman, Bradford, History of North Bridgewater, Plymouth County,
Massachusetts, from its First Settlement to the Present Time with
Registers,
Boston, published by the Author, 1866 , pg 585.

Bartlett, Ruth Packard and Packard, Daniel A., Jr., THE ANCESTORS AND
DESCENDANTS OF DANIEL PACKARD, 1783-1853, FOUNDER OF BEAR HILL FARM,
ROCKLAND,
ME (1981-1982).

Lincoln, George, History of Town of Hingham, MA, p 104-105.

Colonial Families of America, published 1940, New York, Vol. 19,
contains
printed version of Samuel's will.

ANCESTRAL FILE VER 3.04, SAYS BORN SUFFOLKSHIRE, ENGLAND--NO FILE #.

AFN:4T85-MM, STATES BORN STONHAM ASPAL, SUFFOLK, ENGLAND.

LDS Ancestral File says "Samuel Packard, b. 1604/1605 Wymondham,
Suffolk,
England, p. George Packard & Mary Wither, Chr 17 Sep 1612 Stonham
Parish,
Aspal, Suffolk Co England, m. Elizabeth Stream ca 1635 England, d. 7
Nov 1684
Bridgewater, Plymouth Co, MA"; file lists ch. Joseph, not on any other
lists
of their children.

PIEMF says "Samuel Paccard b. 17 Sep 1612 Stonham Aspal Parish,
Suffolk
England, p. George Paccard & Mary Wither, m. Elizabeth Stream in
England, d. 7
Apr/Nov 1684 Bridgewater, Plymouth Co MA"; another page says "Samuel
Packard b.
ca 1604/05 Wymondham, Suffolk England, bap. 17 Sep 1612 Stonham Aspal
Parish,
Suffolk England, p. George Packard & Mary Wither, moved to Hingham MA
1638 on
ship "Diligent", m. Elizabeth Stream, moved to Weymouth 1653, moved to
Bridgewater 1663, d. 7 Nov 1684 Bridgewater, Plymouth Co MA".

PIEMD says "Samuel Packard b. 1612 England, chr. 17 Sep 1612 Stonham
Aspal
Parish, Suffolk England, m. Elizabeth Stream, moved Boston or Hingham
1638 on
ship "Diligent", d. 7 Apr 1684 Bridgewater MA".

HESB says "Samuel Packard came from Windham (near Hingham) England to
Hingham
MA on ship "Diligent" 1638, moved to West Bridgewater, d. ca 1684"

PAFA says "Samuel Packard bap. 17 Sep 1612 Stonham Aspal, England, p.
George
Packard & Mary ?, immigrated 1638 from Windham (near Hingham, Norfolk
England)
to Hingham, Plymouth Colony, served under Capt. Benj. Church in King
Philip's
War, m. Elizabeth ?, will 1684, d. 7 Nov 1684/5".

PLLPS says "Samuel Packard chr. 17 Sep 1612 Stonham Aspal, Suffolk
England, p.
George Packard & Mary Wither, m. Elizabeth Stream ca 1632, d. 7 Apr
1684, bur.
Bridgewater, Plymouth Co MA".

SPBM says "Samuel Packard bap. 17 Sep 1612 Stonham Aspal, Suffolk
England, m.
Elizabeth ?, came to Boston 10 Aug 1638 on ship 'Diligent' from
Ipswich, lived
Hingham MA & Weymouth MA & Bridgewater MA, d. 7 Nov 1684 Bridgewater
MA".

"in the early records both at Hingham and Bridgewater the name is written PACKER, ... also sometimes written Peckar, Pecker, Peckard, and Peckerd, but by the family ... written Packard."  Samuel and wife and child came from Windham, England, " in the ship called "The Diligent", of Ipswich ..." and settled in Hingham, here, 1638; ..."

BIOGRAPHY: Samuel, wife Elizabeth and child, Elizabeth, came from Windham,
near Hingham, England, in the ship "Diligence", of Ipswich, John Martin,
master.  There were 133 passangers who sailed 26 April 1638, landing in Boston
10 August 1638.  He first settled in Hingham, Mass., in 1638; from thence he
removed to West Bridgewater.  He was a constable and tevern-keeper. All of
this name who have gone from the Bridgewaters were probably descendants of
his, and, in fact, nearly all of the name in this country can be traced to
that place.
There has been some question regarding the name of Samuel's first child, and the order of birth of some of the others.  Karle S. Packard reasons Mary is the older, because she married nine years before Elizabeth, but a  reference, lists Elizabeth as the first born.  Also because his children were not christened at birth, I believe he was either away from the proper clergy, or church of his belief.
There have been a variety of ways in which the name has been written; namely,
Pecker, Packer, Peckard, Peckerd; but the usual and proper name is Packard.
Records show Samuel owned a grant of land in 1638 at Hingham.  He removed with
his wife, Elizabeth, about 1660 from Hingham to Bridgewater, Mass. with their
twelve children, Elizabeth, Samuel Jr., Zaccheus, Thomas, John, Nathaniel,
Mary, Hannah, Israel, Jael, Deborah, and Deliverance.
That he first lived in Hingham and lastly in Bridgewater is generally recognized, but most accounts have him moving directly from the former to the later.  However, he moved from Hingham to Weymouth, where he was a Selectman from 1654 to 1664 and at least two of his children were born.  He was still in Hingham in 1652 when his daughter, Deliverance, was baptized, but must have moved soon thereafter.
Samuel was not an original proprietor of Bridgewater, who were all from Duxbury, but he purchased land from them before August 1662, when he was appointed to a group to lay out highways.  He was an active member of the town, being Collector of Minister's Rates in 1670, Surveyor of Highways in 1672, and Constable again in 1674.  He was licensed to keep an "ordinary" (tavern) in 1671.  He died there 7 November 1684, and his will, dated 29
October 1684, was signed by mark, helping to explain why the common misspelling of his name as Packer was not corrected earlier.
Karle assumes Samuel could not write, because he signed his will by mark,
however keep in mind that his family's prominence in Stonham Asphal was such
that at least the sons of George Packard would have been taught by the vicar,
as was the custom of the time.  Students went to school from dawn until


mid-afternoon, learning all subjects of the day, including Latin and Greek.  I
believe Samuel was schooled to the limit of the vicar, and the reason for his
mark, was due to ill health or poor eye sight near the time of his death.
In 1667 he served on the committee to lay out streets at Bridgewater. He was
made constable in 1664, and licensed to operate a Tavern--Hotel in 1670.  In
1682 he with four sons was named amoung 80 Proprietors of Bridgewater.
Bridgewater was taken from Duxbury and deeded to Miles Standish, Constant
Southworth and Samuel Nash in 1649.
All of Samuel's sons are said to have served as soilders in the Indian Wars of 1675 and 1676.
There is a discrepancy in the records for Samuel's death date.  Some show it to be 7 April 1684, however his last 'Will' was dated 29 October 1684. Others list his death date as 7 November 1684.
Elizabeth remarried after Samuel's death, to John Washburn, 1685/6.
(From the book "The Packard Legacy", by Lowene Packard Saxton)

1. Mass. 13
2. Mass. 20
3. Savage p. 327
4. N.E. Reg. Vol. 59 p. 107
5. Mass. B 28, p. 253
6. Hist. of Bridgewater, MA
7. Mass. B 28, p. 253
8. F, F, H., #126?

Bowling, Alice Christine, THE ANCESTORS AND FAMILY OF JOHN LAWSON PACKARD, Box 353, Stanfield, OR  97875.

Mitchell, Edward C., History of the Early Settlement of Bridgewater, Family Register, 1970.

Kingman, Bradford, History of North Bridgewater, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, from its First Settlement to the Present Time with Registers, Boston, published by the Author, 1866 , pg 585.

Bartlett, Ruth Packard and Packard, Daniel A., Jr., THE ANCESTORS AND
DESCENDANTS OF DANIEL PACKARD, 1783-1853, FOUNDER OF BEAR HILL FARM, ROCKLAND, ME (1981-1982).

Lincoln, George, History of Town of Hingham, MA, p 104-105.

Colonial Families of America, published 1940, New York, Vol. 19, contains printed version of Samuel's will.

ANCESTRAL FILE VER 3.04, SAYS BORN SUFFOLKSHIRE, ENGLAND--NO FILE #.

AFN:4T85-MM, STATES BORN STONHAM ASPAL, SUFFOLK, ENGLAND.

LDS Ancestral File says "Samuel Packard, b. 1604/1605 Wymondham, Suffolk,
England, p. George Packard & Mary Wither, Chr 17 Sep 1612 Stonham Parish,
Aspal, Suffolk Co England, m. Elizabeth Stream ca 1635 England, d. 7 Nov 1684
Bridgewater, Plymouth Co, MA"; file lists ch. Joseph, not on any other lists
of their children.

PIEMF says "Samuel Paccard b. 17 Sep 1612 Stonham Aspal Parish, Suffolk


England, p. George Paccard & Mary Wither, m. Elizabeth Stream in England, d. 7
Apr/Nov 1684 Bridgewater, Plymouth Co MA"; another page says "Samuel Packard b.
ca 1604/05 Wymondham, Suffolk England, bap. 17 Sep 1612 Stonham Aspal Parish,
Suffolk England, p. George Packard & Mary Wither, moved to Hingham MA 1638 on
ship "Diligent", m. Elizabeth Stream, moved to Weymouth 1653, moved to
Bridgewater 1663, d. 7 Nov 1684 Bridgewater, Plymouth Co MA".

PIEMD says "Samuel Packard b. 1612 England, chr. 17 Sep 1612 Stonham Aspal
Parish, Suffolk England, m. Elizabeth Stream, moved Boston or Hingham 1638 on
ship "Diligent", d. 7 Apr 1684 Bridgewater MA".

HESB says "Samuel Packard came from Windham (near Hingham) England to Hingham
MA on ship "Diligent" 1638, moved to West Bridgewater, d. ca 1684"

PAFA says "Samuel Packard bap. 17 Sep 1612 Stonham Aspal, England, p. George
Packard & Mary ?, immigrated 1638 from Windham (near Hingham, Norfolk England)
to Hingham, Plymouth Colony, served under Capt. Benj. Church in King Philip's
War, m. Elizabeth ?, will 1684, d. 7 Nov 1684/5".

PLLPS says "Samuel Packard chr. 17 Sep 1612 Stonham Aspal, Suffolk England, p.
George Packard & Mary Wither, m. Elizabeth Stream ca 1632, d. 7 Apr 1684, bur.
Bridgewater, Plymouth Co MA".

SPBM says "Samuel Packard bap. 17 Sep 1612 Stonham Aspal, Suffolk England, m.
Elizabeth ?, came to Boston 10 Aug 1638 on ship 'Diligent' from Ipswich, lived
Hingham MA & Weymouth MA & Bridgewater MA, d. 7 Nov 1684 Bridgewater MA".

"in the early records both at Hingham and Bridgewater the name is written PACKER, ... also sometimes written Peckar, Pecker, Peckard, and Peckerd, but by the family ... written Packard."  Samuel and wife and child came from Windham, England, " in the ship called "The Diligent, of Ipswich ..." and settled in Hingham, here, 1638; ..."

"in the early records both at Hingham and Bridgewater the name is
written PACKER, ... also sometimes written Peckar, Pecker, Peckard,
and Peckerd, but by the family ... written Packard."  Samuel and wife
and child came from Windham, England, " in the ship called "The
Diligent, of Ipswich ..." and settled in Hingham, here, 1638; ..."

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LAWSON
PACKARD, Box 353, Stanfield, OR  97875

PIEMF says "Elizabeth Stream b. ca 1614 Wymondham, Suffolk England, p.
John
Stream & Elizabeth Whitman, m. Samuel Paccard in England, m. John
Washburn (of
South Bridgewater) bef. 1694, d. 17 Jun 1716 Bridgewater/Hingham,
Plymouth Co
MA".

PIEMD says "Elizabeth Stream m. Samuel Packard, moved Boston or
Hingham 1638
on ship "Diligent", m. John Washburn John Washburn 1685/86".

SPWGEB says "Elizabeth, widow of Samuel Packard, m. John Washburn".

CTWEM says "widow Elizabeth Packard m. John Washburn 1684/86".

PLLPS says "Elizabeth Stream m. Samuel Packard ca 1632, m. John
Washburn
1685/6, d. 19 Jun 1716 Bridgewater, Plymouth Co MA".

VRBM says "Elizabeth ? m. Samuel Packard, d. 19 Jun 1716".

LDS Ancestral File says "Elizabeth George Stream, b. 1643/1653
Wymondham,
Suffolk England, p. John Stream & Elizabeth Whitman, m. Samuel Packard
in
England, m. John Washburn 1694, d. 27 Oct 1694 MA".

From will of Samuel Packard, prob. Mar. 3, 1684/5.

FOOTNOTE:1*Bowling, Alice Christine, THE ANCESTORS AND FAMILY OF JOHN LAWSON
PACKARD, Box 353, Stanfield, OR  97875

PIEMF says "Elizabeth Stream b. ca 1614 Wymondham, Suffolk England, p. John
Stream & Elizabeth Whitman, m. Samuel Paccard in England, m. John Washburn (of
South Bridgewater) bef. 1694, d. 17 Jun 1716 Bridgewater/Hingham, Plymouth Co
MA".

PIEMD says "Elizabeth Stream m. Samuel Packard, moved Boston or Hingham 1638
on ship "Diligent", m. John Washburn John Washburn 1685/86".

SPWGEB says "Elizabeth, widow of Samuel Packard, m. John Washburn".

CTWEM says "widow Elizabeth Packard m. John Washburn 1684/86".

PLLPS says "Elizabeth Stream m. Samuel Packard ca 1632, m. John Washburn
1685/6, d. 19 Jun 1716 Bridgewater, Plymouth Co MA".

VRBM says "Elizabeth ? m. Samuel Packard, d. 19 Jun 1716".

LDS Ancestral File says "Elizabeth George Stream, b. 1643/1653 Wymondham,
Suffolk England, p. John Stream & Elizabeth Whitman, m. Samuel Packard in
England, m. John Washburn 1694, d. 27 Oct 1694 MA".

From will of Samuel Packard, prob. Mar. 3, 1684/5.

[NI9591] Bowling, Alice Christine, THE ANCESTORS AND FAMILY OF JOHN LAWSON
PACKARD, Box
353, Stanfield, OR  97875

IGI says "Elizabeth Packard m. Thomas Alger 14 Nov 1665 Taunton,
Bristol Co or
Bridgewater, Plymouth Co MA".

LDS Ancestral File says "Elizabeth Packard b. ca 1637 Windham,
England, p.
Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream, m. Thomas Alger 1665".

Another LDS Ancestral File says "Elizabeth Packard b. ca 1644
Bridgewater,
Plymouth Co MA, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream, m. Thomas Alger
14 Nov
1665 Taunton, Bristol Co MA, d. 1864 Bridgewater, Plymouth Co MA".

Another LDS Ancestral File says "Elizabeth Packard b. 19 Jul 1646
Bridgewater,
Plymouth Co MA, chr. 19 Jul 1646 Hingham, Plymouth Co MA, m. Thomas
Alger 14
Nov 1665 Taunton, Bristol Co MA, d. 1864 Bridgewater, Plymouth Co MA".

PIEMF says "Elizabeth Packer b. ca 1644 Hingman, Plymouth Co MA, p.
Samuel
Packard & Elizabeth Stream".

PIEMD says "Elizabeth Packard b. 1635 England, p. Samuel Packard &
Elizabeth
Stream, m. Thomas Alger 14 Nov 1665, d. 25 Jun 1688 Weymouth".

HESB says "Elizabeth Packard, p. Samuel Packard, m. Thomas Alger
1655/65".

GDFSNE says "Elizabeth Packard, p. Samuel Packard, m. Thomas Alger 14
Nov
1665".

PAFA says "Elizabeth Packard, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth ?,
immigrated on
ship 'Diligent', m. Thomas Alger 4 Nov 1665 Tauton".

PLLPS says "Elizabeth Packard b. ca 1635, of Wymondham, Norfolk
England, p.
Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream, m. Thomas Alger 1665, d. 1684".

"Ancestors and Descendents of Daniel Packard" says "Elizabeth Packard
b. 1644,
p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream".

SPBM says "Elizabeth Packard b. ca 1639 Hingham MA, bap. 19 Jul 1646
Hingham
MA,
p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth ?, m. Thomas Alger 14 Nov 1665 Taunton".

Bowling, Alice Christine, THE ANCESTORS AND FAMILY OF JOHN LAWSON PACKARD, Box 353, Stanfield, OR  97875

IGI says "Elizabeth Packard m. Thomas Alger 14 Nov 1665 Taunton, Bristol Co or
Bridgewater, Plymouth Co MA".

LDS Ancestral File says "Elizabeth Packard b. ca 1637 Windham, England, p.
Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream, m. Thomas Alger 1665".

Another LDS Ancestral File says "Elizabeth Packard b. ca 1644 Bridgewater,
Plymouth Co MA, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream, m. Thomas Alger 14 Nov
1665 Taunton, Bristol Co MA, d. 1864 Bridgewater, Plymouth Co MA".

Another LDS Ancestral File says "Elizabeth Packard b. 19 Jul 1646 Bridgewater,
Plymouth Co MA, chr. 19 Jul 1646 Hingham, Plymouth Co MA, m. Thomas Alger 14
Nov 1665 Taunton, Bristol Co MA, d. 1864 Bridgewater, Plymouth Co MA".

PIEMF says "Elizabeth Packer b. ca 1644 Hingman, Plymouth Co MA, p. Samuel
Packard & Elizabeth Stream".

PIEMD says "Elizabeth Packard b. 1635 England, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth
Stream, m. Thomas Alger 14 Nov 1665, d. 25 Jun 1688 Weymouth".

HESB says "Elizabeth Packard, p. Samuel Packard, m. Thomas Alger 1655/65".

GDFSNE says "Elizabeth Packard, p. Samuel Packard, m. Thomas Alger 14 Nov
1665".

PAFA says "Elizabeth Packard, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth ?, immigrated on
ship 'Diligent', m. Thomas Alger 4 Nov 1665 Tauton".

PLLPS says "Elizabeth Packard b. ca 1635, of Wymondham, Norfolk England, p.
Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream, m. Thomas Alger 1665, d. 1684".

"Ancestors and Descendents of Daniel Packard" says "Elizabeth Packard b. 1644,
p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream".

SPBM says "Elizabeth Packard b. ca 1639 Hingham MA, bap. 19 Jul 1646 Hingham
MA, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth ?, m. Thomas Alger 14 Nov 1665 Taunton".

[NI9592] Bowling, Alice Christine, THE ANCESTORS AND FAMILY OF JOHN LAWSON
PACKARD, Box
353, Stanfield, OR  97875.

Ancestral File says "Mary Packard b. 1636 Wymondham, Suffolk, England,
p.
Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream, m. Richard Phillips 1656/1657
Boston,
Suffolk Co MA, m. ?, d. 1684/1690 Weymouth, Suffolk Co MA".

EFHG says "Mary Packard b. ca 1640 Hingham, p. Samuel Packard &
Elizabeth ?, m.
Ensign Richard Phillips ca 1657 Weymouth MA, 7 ch., d. bet 26 Oct
1684 & 1691
Weymouth MA".

PIEMF says "Mary Packer b. ca 1636 Wymondham, Suffolk England, p.
Samuel
Packard & Elizabeth Stream, m. Richard Phillips, d. ca 1684 Weymouth,
Norfolk
MA".

PIEMD says "Mary Packard b. Hingham MA, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth
Stream,
m. Richard Phillips, d. 1684-91 Weymouth".

PAFA says "Mary Packard, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth ?, m. Richard
Phillips
1656/7 Weymouth MA".

"Ancestors and Descendents of Daniel Packard" says "Mary Packard b.
1636
England, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream".

SPBM says "Mary Packard b. ca 1637 England, p. Samuel Packard &
Elizabeth ?, m.
Richard Phillips ca 1656 Weymouth".

Bowling, Alice Christine, THE ANCESTORS AND FAMILY OF JOHN LAWSON PACKARD, Box 353, Stanfield, OR  97875.

Ancestral File says "Mary Packard b. 1636 Wymondham, Suffolk, England, p.
Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream, m. Richard Phillips 1656/1657 Boston,
Suffolk Co MA, m. ?, d. 1684/1690 Weymouth, Suffolk Co MA".

EFHG says "Mary Packard b. ca 1640 Hingham, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth ?, m.
Ensign Richard Phillips ca 1657 Weymouth MA, 7 ch., d. bet 26 Oct 1684 & 1691
Weymouth MA".

PIEMF says "Mary Packer b. ca 1636 Wymondham, Suffolk England, p. Samuel
Packard & Elizabeth Stream, m. Richard Phillips, d. ca 1684 Weymouth, Norfolk
MA".

PIEMD says "Mary Packard b. Hingham MA, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream,
m. Richard Phillips, d. 1684-91 Weymouth".

PAFA says "Mary Packard, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth ?, m. Richard Phillips
1656/7 Weymouth MA".

"Ancestors and Descendents of Daniel Packard" says "Mary Packard b. 1636
England, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream".

SPBM says "Mary Packard b. ca 1637 England, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth ?, m.
Richard Phillips ca 1656 Weymouth".

[NI9593] This Samuel was referred to as Ensign Samuel Packard. His will was
dated 1697.

New England Marriages prior 1700,Torrey, pg. 549.

Bowling, Alice Christine, THE ANCESTORS AND FAMILY OF JOHN LAWSON
PACKARD, Box
353, Stanfield, OR  97875.

AFN:830PZ-96, STATES B0RN HINGHAM HARBOR, PLYMOUTH, MA.

LDS Ancestral File says "Samuel Packard b. 1638 Hingham, Plymouth Co
MA, p.
Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream, Chr. 19 Oct 1646 Hingham, Plymough
Co MA, m.
Elizabeth Lathrop 1679/1681 Bridgewater, Norfolk Co MA, d. 1698".

PIEMF says "Samuel Packer b. ca 1641 Hingman, Plymouth Co MA, p.
Samuel
Packard & Elizabeth Stream".

PIEMD says "Samuel Packard b. Hingham MA, bap. 19 Jul 1646, p. Samuel
Packard
& Elizabeth Stream, m. Elizabeth Lathrop, estate settled 1698".

HESB says "Ensign Samuel Packard, p. Samuel Packard, m. Elizabeth
Lathrop".

GDFSNE says "Samuel Packard, p. Samuel Packard, m. Elizabeth Lothrop,
estate
settled 1698".

PAFA says "Samuel Packard bap 18 Jul 1641 Hingham, p. Samuel Packard &
Elizabeth ?, Ensign in King Philip's War, m. Elizabeth Lathrop, d. 7
Jun 1697".

PLLPS says "Samuel Packard chr. 19 Jul 1646 Hingham MA, p. Samuel
Packard &
Elizabeth Stream, m. Elizabeth Lathrop, d. 1698".

"Ancestors and Descendents of Daniel Packard" says "Samuel Packard b.
1638, p.
Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream".

SPBM says "Samuel Packard b. ca 1641 Hingham MA, bap. 19 Jul 1646
Hingham MA,
p.
Samuel Packard & Elizabeth ?, m. Elizabeth Lathrop ca 1675".

This Samuel was referred to as Ensign Samuel Packard. His will was dated 1697.

New England Marriages prior 1700,Torrey, pg. 549.

Bowling, Alice Christine, THE ANCESTORS AND FAMILY OF JOHN LAWSON PACKARD, Box 353, Stanfield, OR  97875.

AFN:830PZ-96, STATES B0RN HINGHAM HARBOR, PLYMOUTH, MA.

LDS Ancestral File says "Samuel Packard b. 1638 Hingham, Plymouth Co MA, p.
Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream, Chr. 19 Oct 1646 Hingham, Plymough Co MA, m.
Elizabeth Lathrop 1679/1681 Bridgewater, Norfolk Co MA, d. 1698".

PIEMF says "Samuel Packer b. ca 1641 Hingman, Plymouth Co MA, p. Samuel


Packard & Elizabeth Stream".

PIEMD says "Samuel Packard b. Hingham MA, bap. 19 Jul 1646, p. Samuel Packard
& Elizabeth Stream, m. Elizabeth Lathrop, estate settled 1698".

HESB says "Ensign Samuel Packard, p. Samuel Packard, m. Elizabeth Lathrop".

GDFSNE says "Samuel Packard, p. Samuel Packard, m. Elizabeth Lothrop, estate
settled 1698".

PAFA says "Samuel Packard bap 18 Jul 1641 Hingham, p. Samuel Packard &
Elizabeth ?, Ensign in King Philip's War, m. Elizabeth Lathrop, d. 7 Jun 1697".

PLLPS says "Samuel Packard chr. 19 Jul 1646 Hingham MA, p. Samuel Packard &
Elizabeth Stream, m. Elizabeth Lathrop, d. 1698".

"Ancestors and Descendents of Daniel Packard" says "Samuel Packard b. 1638, p.
Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream".

SPBM says "Samuel Packard b. ca 1641 Hingham MA, bap. 19 Jul 1646 Hingham MA,
p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth ?, m. Elizabeth Lathrop ca 1675".

[NI9594] [Bowling, Alice Christine, THE ANCESTORS AND FAMILY OF JOHN LAWSON
PACKARD, Box 353, Stanfield, OR  97875]
[LDS Ancestral File says "Hannah Packard b. 1648/1657 Bridgewater, Plymouth Co., MA, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream, Chr 19 Oct 1646 Hingham Harbor, Plymouth Co MA, m. Clement Briggs 1671 Weymouth, Norfolk Co MA, m. Thomas Randall, d. 10 Apr 1727".]
[PIEMF says "Hannah Packer b. ca 1648 Hingman, Plymouth Co MA, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream"]
[PIEMD says "Elizabeth Packard b. Hingham, bap. 19 Jul 1646, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream, m. Thomas Randall, d. 20 Apr 1727".]
[UMP says "Hannah Packard, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth ?, m. Clement Briggs Jr. bef. 1669, m. Thomas Randall ca 1671".]
[PAFA says "Hannah Packard b. 1643, chr. 19 Jul 1646 Weymouth MA, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream, m. Clement Briggs, m. Thomas Randall ca 1671, d. 20 Apr 1727".]
[PLLPS says "Hannah Packard chr. 19 Jul 1646 Weymouth, Norfolk MA, p. Samuel
Packard & Elizabeth Stream, m. Thomas Randall ca 1671, d. 20 Apr 1727 MA".]
["Ancestors and Descendents of Daniel Packard" says "Hannah Packard b. 1648, p.
Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream".]
[SPBM says "Hannah Packard b. ca 1643 Hingham MA, bap. 19 Jul 1646 Hingham MA, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth ?, m. Clement Briggs ca 1667, m. Thomas Randall ca 1671".]

[NI9595] Was a trooper in 1671.

Bowling, Alice Christine, THE ANCESTORS AND FAMILY OF JOHN LAWSON
PACKARD, Box
353, Stanfield, OR  97875.

LDS Ancestral File says "Isreal Packard b. 1653 Bridgewater, Plymouth
Co MA, p.
Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream, Chr 19 Jul 1646 Hingham Harbor,
Plymouth
Co MA, m. Hannah ?, d. ca 1680".

PIEMF says "Israel Packer chr. 19 Jul 1646 Hingman, Plymouth Co MA, p.
Samuel
Packard & Elizabeth Stream".

PIEMD says "Isral Packard bap. 19 Jul 1646, p. Samuel Packard &
Elizabeth
Stream, Trooper in 1671, d. King Phillips War (?)".

"Ancestors and Descendents of Daniel Packard" says "Isreal Packard b.
1646, p.
Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream".

SPBM says "Israel Packard b. ca 1645 Hingham MA, bap. 19 Jul 1646
Hingham MA,
p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth ?, no known marriage".

Was a trooper in 1671.

Bowling, Alice Christine, THE ANCESTORS AND FAMILY OF JOHN LAWSON PACKARD, Box 353, Stanfield, OR  97875.

LDS Ancestral File says "Isreal Packard b. 1653 Bridgewater, Plymouth Co MA, p.
Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream, Chr 19 Jul 1646 Hingham Harbor, Plymouth
Co MA, m. Hannah ?, d. ca 1680".

PIEMF says "Israel Packer chr. 19 Jul 1646 Hingman, Plymouth Co MA, p. Samuel
Packard & Elizabeth Stream".

PIEMD says "Isral Packard bap. 19 Jul 1646, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth
Stream, Trooper in 1671, d. King Phillips War (?)".

"Ancestors and Descendents of Daniel Packard" says "Isreal Packard b. 1646, p.
Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream".

SPBM says "Israel Packard b. ca 1645 Hingham MA, bap. 19 Jul 1646 Hingham MA,
p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth ?, no known marriage".

[NI9596] Bowling, Alice Christine, THE ANCESTORS AND FAMILY OF JOHN LAWSON
PACKARD, Box
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Bartlett, Ruth Packard and Packard, Daniel A., Jr., THE ANCESTORS AND
DESCENDANTS OF DANIEL PACKARD, 1783-1853, Founder of Bear Hill Farm,
Rockland,
ME, 1981-1982

LDS Ancestral File says "Jael Packard b. 20 Apr 1651 Bridgewater,
Plymouth Co
MA, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream, Chr 20 Apr 1651 Bridgewater,
Plymouth Co MA, m. John Smith 15 Nov 1672 Taunton, Bristol Co MA, d.
19 Mar
1775".

PIEMD says "Jael Packard b. 1650, chr. 20 Apr 1651 Hingham MA, p.
Samuel
Packard & Elizabeth Stream, m. John Smith 15 Nov 1672".

SPWGEB lists "daughter Jael, wife of John Smith".

HESB & GDFSNE say "Jael Packard, p. Samuel Packard, m. John Smith".

UMP says "Abigail Packard, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth ?, bapt 20
Apr 1651
Hingham, call 'Jael' in father's will, m. John Smith 1672".

PAFA says "Jael Packard b. ca 1647, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth ",
m. ?
Jones, m. John Smith 15 Nov 1672".

"Ancestors and Descendents of Daniel Packard" says "Jael Packard b.
1651, p.
Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream".

SPBM says "Jael Packard b. ca 1647 Hingham MA, p. Samuel Packard &
Elizabeth
?, m. ? Jones ca 1665, m. John Smith 15 Nov 1672 Taunton".

Bowling, Alice Christine, THE ANCESTORS AND FAMILY OF JOHN LAWSON PACKARD, Box
353, Stanfield, OR  97875

Bartlett, Ruth Packard and Packard, Daniel A., Jr., THE ANCESTORS AND
DESCENDANTS OF DANIEL PACKARD, 1783-1853, Founder of Bear Hill Farm, Rockland,
ME, 1981-1982

LDS Ancestral File says "Jael Packard b. 20 Apr 1651 Bridgewater, Plymouth Co
MA, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream, Chr 20 Apr 1651 Bridgewater,
Plymouth Co MA, m. John Smith 15 Nov 1672 Taunton, Bristol Co MA, d. 19 Mar
1775".

PIEMD says "Jael Packard b. 1650, chr. 20 Apr 1651 Hingham MA, p. Samuel
Packard & Elizabeth Stream, m. John Smith 15 Nov 1672".

SPWGEB lists "daughter Jael, wife of John Smith".

HESB & GDFSNE say "Jael Packard, p. Samuel Packard, m. John Smith".

UMP says "Abigail Packard, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth ?, bapt 20 Apr 1651
Hingham, call 'Jael' in father's will, m. John Smith 1672".

PAFA says "Jael Packard b. ca 1647, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth ", m. ?


Jones, m. John Smith 15 Nov 1672".

"Ancestors and Descendents of Daniel Packard" says "Jael Packard b. 1651, p.
Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream".

SPBM says "Jael Packard b. ca 1647 Hingham MA, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth
?, m. ? Jones ca 1665, m. John Smith 15 Nov 1672 Taunton".

[NI9597] The Ancestors & Descendants of Daniel Packard.

Bowling, Alice Christine, THE ANCESTORS AND FAMILY OF JOHN LAWSON
PACKARD, Box
353, Stanfield, OR  97875.

Bartlett, Ruth Packard and Packard, Daniel A., Jr., THE ANCESTORS AND
DESCENDANTS OF DANIEL PACKARD, 1783-1853, Founder of Bear Hill Farm,
Rockland,
ME, 1981-1982.

LDS Ancestral File says "Deborah Packard b. 1657 Weymouth MA, P.
Samuel
Packard & Elizabeth Stream, m. Samuel Washburn 1677 Duxbury, Plymouth
Co MA, d.
1720".

PIEMF says "Deborah Packard b. ca 1657 Bridgewater, Plymouth Co MA, p.
Samuel
Packard & Elizabeth Stream".

PIEMD says "Deborah Packard, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream, m.
Samuel
Washburn 167?, d. 1720".

MFIPFC says "Deborah Packard m. Samuel Washburn ca 1677, d. aft 1 Jul
1725".

PAFA says "Deborah Packard b. ca 1652, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth
?, m.
Samuel Washburn".

"Ancestors and Descendents of Daniel Packard" says "Deborah Packard b.
1657, p.
Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream".

SPBM says "Deborah Packard b. ca 1648 Hingham MA, p. Samuel Packard &
Elizabeth ?, m. Samuel Washburn ca 1676".

LDS Ancestral File says "Deborah Packard b. 1657 Weymouth MA, P.
Samuel
Packard & Elizabeth Stream, m. Samuel Washburn 1677 Duxbury, Plymouth
Co MA, d.
1720".

PIEMF says "Deborah Packard b. ca 1657 Bridgewater, Plymouth Co MA, p.
Samuel
Packard & Elizabeth Stream".

PIEMD says "Deborah Packard, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream, m.
Samuel
Washburn 167?, d. 1720".

MFIPFC says "Deborah Packard m. Samuel Washburn ca 1677, d. aft 1 Jul
1725".

PAFA says "Deborah Packard b. ca 1652, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth
?, m.
Samuel Washburn".

"Ancestors and Descendents of Daniel Packard" says "Deborah Packard b.
1657, p.
Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream".

SPBM says "Deborah Packard b. ca 1648 Hingham MA, p. Samuel Packard &
Elizabeth ?, m. Samuel Washburn ca 1676".

The Ancestors & Descendants of Daniel Packard.

Bowling, Alice Christine, THE ANCESTORS AND FAMILY OF JOHN LAWSON PACKARD, Box 353, Stanfield, OR  97875.

Bartlett, Ruth Packard and Packard, Daniel A., Jr., THE ANCESTORS AND
DESCENDANTS OF DANIEL PACKARD, 1783-1853, Founder of Bear Hill Farm, Rockland,
ME, 1981-1982.

LDS Ancestral File says "Deborah Packard b. 1657 Weymouth MA, P. Samuel


Packard & Elizabeth Stream, m. Samuel Washburn 1677 Duxbury, Plymouth Co MA, d.
1720".

PIEMF says "Deborah Packard b. ca 1657 Bridgewater, Plymouth Co MA, p. Samuel
Packard & Elizabeth Stream".

PIEMD says "Deborah Packard, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream, m. Samuel
Washburn 167?, d. 1720".

MFIPFC says "Deborah Packard m. Samuel Washburn ca 1677, d. aft 1 Jul 1725".

PAFA says "Deborah Packard b. ca 1652, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth ?, m.
Samuel Washburn".

"Ancestors and Descendents of Daniel Packard" says "Deborah Packard b. 1657, p.
Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream".

SPBM says "Deborah Packard b. ca 1648 Hingham MA, p. Samuel Packard &
Elizabeth ?, m. Samuel Washburn ca 1676".

LDS Ancestral File says "Deborah Packard b. 1657 Weymouth MA, P. Samuel


Packard & Elizabeth Stream, m. Samuel Washburn 1677 Duxbury, Plymouth Co MA, d.
1720".

PIEMF says "Deborah Packard b. ca 1657 Bridgewater, Plymouth Co MA, p. Samuel
Packard & Elizabeth Stream".

PIEMD says "Deborah Packard, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream, m. Samuel
Washburn 167?, d. 1720".

MFIPFC says "Deborah Packard m. Samuel Washburn ca 1677, d. aft 1 Jul 1725".

PAFA says "Deborah Packard b. ca 1652, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth ?, m.
Samuel Washburn".

"Ancestors and Descendents of Daniel Packard" says "Deborah Packard b. 1657, p.
Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream".

SPBM says "Deborah Packard b. ca 1648 Hingham MA, p. Samuel Packard &
Elizabeth ?, m. Samuel Washburn ca 1676".

[NI9598] Bowling, Alice Christine, The Ancestors and Family of John Lawson
Packard

Bartlett, Ruth Packard and Packard, Daniel A., Jr.THE ANCESTORS AND
DESCENDANTS OF DANIEL PACKARD, 1783-1853, Founder of Bear Hill Farm,
Rockland,
ME, 1981-1982

LDS Ancestral File says "Deliverance Packard b. 11 Jul 1652
Bridgewater,
Plymouth Co MA, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream, Chr 11 Jul 1652
Bridgewater, Plymouth Co MA, m. Thomas Washburn 1680 Bridgewater,
Plymouth Co
MA, d. 1729 Hingham MA".

PIEMF says "Deliverance Packard chr. 11 Jul 1653 Bridgewater, p.
Samuel
Packard & Elizabeth Stream".

PIEMD says "Deliverance Packard b. 11 Jul 1652 Hingham, p. Samuel
Packard &
Elizabeth Stream, m. Thomas Washburn, d. 1729".

MFIPFC says "Deliverance Packard bapt 11 Jul 1652 Hingham, p. Samuel
Packard &
Elizabeth ?, m. Thomas Washburn bef. 29 Oct 1684".

PAFA says "Deliverance Packard b. 1652, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth
?, m.
Thomas Washburn bef 1684".

PLLPS says "Deliverance Packard chr. 11 Jul 1652 Hingham, Plymouth MA,
p.
Samuel
Packard & Elizabeth Stream, m. Thomas Washburn".

"Ancestors and Descendents of Daniel Packard" says "Deliveerance
Packard b.
1652, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream".

SPBM says "Abigail Packard b. ca 1652 Hingham MA, bap. 11 Jul 1652, p.
Samuel
Packard & Elizabeth ?, m. Thomas Washburn ca 1680".

LDS Ancestral File says "Deliverance Packard b. 11 Jul 1652
Bridgewater,
Plymouth Co MA, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream, Chr 11 Jul 1652
Bridgewater, Plymouth Co MA, m. Thomas Washburn 1680 Bridgewater,
Plymouth Co
MA, d. 1729 Hingham MA".

PIEMF says "Deliverance Packard chr. 11 Jul 1653 Bridgewater, p.
Samuel
Packard & Elizabeth Stream".

PIEMD says "Deliverance Packard b. 11 Jul 1652 Hingham, p. Samuel
Packard &
Elizabeth Stream, m. Thomas Washburn, d. 1729".

MFIPFC says "Deliverance Packard bapt 11 Jul 1652 Hingham, p. Samuel
Packard &
Elizabeth ?, m. Thomas Washburn bef 29 Oct 1684".

PAFA says "Deliverance Packard b. 1652, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth
?, m.
Thomas Washburn bef 1684".

PLLPS says "Deliverance Packard chr. 11 Jul 1652 Hingham, Plymouth MA,
p.
Samuel
Packard & Elizabeth Stream, m. Thomas Washburn".

"Ancestors and Descendents of Daniel Packard" says "Deliveerance
Packard b.
1652, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream".

SPBM says "Abigail Packard b. ca 1652 Hingham MA, bap. 11 Jul 1652, p.
Samuel
Packard & Elizabeth ?, m. Thomas Washburn ca 1680".

Bowling, Alice Christine, The Ancestors and Family of John Lawson Packard

Bartlett, Ruth Packard and Packard, Daniel A., Jr.THE ANCESTORS AND
DESCENDANTS OF DANIEL PACKARD, 1783-1853, Founder of Bear Hill Farm, Rockland,
ME, 1981-1982

LDS Ancestral File says "Deliverance Packard b. 11 Jul 1652 Bridgewater,
Plymouth Co MA, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream, Chr 11 Jul 1652
Bridgewater, Plymouth Co MA, m. Thomas Washburn 1680 Bridgewater, Plymouth Co
MA, d. 1729 Hingham MA".

PIEMF says "Deliverance Packard chr. 11 Jul 1653 Bridgewater, p. Samuel


Packard & Elizabeth Stream".

PIEMD says "Deliverance Packard b. 11 Jul 1652 Hingham, p. Samuel Packard &
Elizabeth Stream, m. Thomas Washburn, d. 1729".

MFIPFC says "Deliverance Packard bapt 11 Jul 1652 Hingham, p. Samuel Packard &
Elizabeth ?, m. Thomas Washburn bef. 29 Oct 1684".

PAFA says "Deliverance Packard b. 1652, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth ?, m.
Thomas Washburn bef 1684".

PLLPS says "Deliverance Packard chr. 11 Jul 1652 Hingham, Plymouth MA, p.
Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream, m. Thomas Washburn".

"Ancestors and Descendents of Daniel Packard" says "Deliveerance Packard b.
1652, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream".

SPBM says "Abigail Packard b. ca 1652 Hingham MA, bap. 11 Jul 1652, p. Samuel
Packard & Elizabeth ?, m. Thomas Washburn ca 1680".

LDS Ancestral File says "Deliverance Packard b. 11 Jul 1652 Bridgewater,
Plymouth Co MA, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream, Chr 11 Jul 1652
Bridgewater, Plymouth Co MA, m. Thomas Washburn 1680 Bridgewater, Plymouth Co
MA, d. 1729 Hingham MA".

PIEMF says "Deliverance Packard chr. 11 Jul 1653 Bridgewater, p. Samuel


Packard & Elizabeth Stream".

PIEMD says "Deliverance Packard b. 11 Jul 1652 Hingham, p. Samuel Packard &
Elizabeth Stream, m. Thomas Washburn, d. 1729".

MFIPFC says "Deliverance Packard bapt 11 Jul 1652 Hingham, p. Samuel Packard &
Elizabeth ?, m. Thomas Washburn bef 29 Oct 1684".

PAFA says "Deliverance Packard b. 1652, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth ?, m.
Thomas Washburn bef 1684".

PLLPS says "Deliverance Packard chr. 11 Jul 1652 Hingham, Plymouth MA, p.
Samuel
Packard & Elizabeth Stream, m. Thomas Washburn".

"Ancestors and Descendents of Daniel Packard" says "Deliveerance Packard b.
1652, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream".

SPBM says "Abigail Packard b. ca 1652 Hingham MA, bap. 11 Jul 1652, p. Samuel
Packard & Elizabeth ?, m. Thomas Washburn ca 1680".

[DI9598] [died before 28-Jul-1708, else 1729]

[NI9599] No record of marriage, but he had a son.

The Ancestors & Descendants of Daniel Packard

Bowling, Alice Christine, The Ancestors and Family of John Lawson
Packard.

Bartlett, Ruth Packard and Packard, Daniel A., Jr., THE ANCESTORS AND
DESCENDANTS OF DANIEL PACKARD, 1783-1853, Founder of Bear Hill.

LDS Ancestral File says "Thomas Packard b. 1640 Bridgewater, Plymouth
Co MA, p.
Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream, m. L ? 1671".

PIEMF says "Thomas Packer b. ca 1640 Hingman, Plymouth Co MA, p.
Samuel
Packard & Elizabeth Stream, d. bef 1684".

PIEMD says "Thomas Packard b. Hingham, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth
Stream, m.
Hepsibah, m. (?) Elizabeth Hall 1687".

UMP says "Thomas Packard b. Hingham, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth ?,
m.
Joanna Tuttle (?), not listed father's will 1684".

"Ancestors and Descendents of Daniel Packard" says "Thomas Packard b.
1640, p.
Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream".

SPBM says "Thomas Packard b. ca 1653 Hingham MA, p. Samuel Packard &
Elizabeth
?".

LDS Ancestral File says "Thomas Packard b. 1640 Bridgewater, Plymouth
Co MA, p.
Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream, m. L ? 1671".

PIEMF says "Thomas Packer b. ca 1640 Hingman, Plymouth Co MA, p.
Samuel
Packard & Elizabeth Stream, d. bef 1684".

PIEMD says "Thomas Packard b. Hingham, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth
Stream, m.
Hepsibah, m. (?) Elizabeth Hall 1687".

UMP says "Thomas Packard b. Hingham, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth ?,
m.
Joanna Tuttle (?), not listed father's will 1684".

"Ancestors and Descendents of Daniel Packard" says "Thomas Packard b.
1640, p.
Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream".

SPBM says "Thomas Packard b. ca 1653 Hingham MA, p. Samuel Packard &
Elizabeth
?".

No record of marriage, but he had a son.

[NI9600] Will of John Packard probated by his son Joseph 15 Apr. 1741. (estate
intestate)

1. Mass. B 28 p 253, 255
2. Am. 190 vol. 19 p 126, 129
3. vol. 1 p 56
4. Weymouth, Norfold MA V. Rec. 1850
5. Taunton MA V. Rec to 1850
6. N. Eng. MArr bef 1700 p. 549
7. Submitted by Mary Olive Knowlton Pack 224 W. 1st N. Apt. 2 Salt
Lake City,
UT. Gen Soc MLB.

The Ancestors & Descendants of Daniel Packard.

Bowling, Alice Christine, The Ancestors and Family of John Lawson
Packard.

Bartlett, Ruth Packard and Packard, Daniel A., Jr., THE ANCESTORS AND
DESCENDANTS OF DANIEL PACKARD, 1783-1853, Founder of Bear Hill.

LDS Ancestral File says "John Packard b. & chr. 20 Jul 1655 Weymouth,
Norfolk
Co MA, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream, m. Jane/Judith Winslow 12
Apr
1688 Taunton, Bristol Co MA, d. 16 Mar 1741 Weymouth MA"; another file
says d.
Bridgewater, Plymouth Co MA".

PIEMF says "John Packard chr. 20 Jul 1655 Bridgewater, p. Samuel
Packard &
Elizabeth Stream".

PIEMD says "John Packard b. 20 Jul 1655 Hingham (?), p. Samuel Packard
&
Elizabeth Stream, m. Judith Winslow 12 Apr 1688, d. 16 Mar 1741".

VRBM says "John Packard d. 16 Mar 1741 in 85th y".

HESB says "John Packard, p. Samuel Packard, lived S. B. near bridge
(called
Packard's Bridge after him), estate settled 1741".

Genealogical Dictionary of First Settlers of New England" says "John
Packard b.
20 Jul 1655 Weymouth, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth ?".

PAFA says "John Packard b. 20 Jul 1655 Weymouth, p. Samuel Packard,
immigrated
with father 1638 on ship 'Diligent', m. Judith Winslow 12 Apr 1688
Taunton, d.
16 Mar 1741, bur. Old Cemetery, Bridgewater".

"Ancestors and Descendents of Daniel Packard" says "John Packard b.
1655, p.
Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream".

SPBM says "John Packard b. 20 Jul 1655 Weymouth MA, p. Samuel Packard
&
Elizabeth ?, m. Judith Winslow 12 Apr 1688 Taunton".

Will of John Packard probated by his son Joseph 15 Apr. 1741.  (estate intestate)

1. Mass. B 28 p 253, 255
2. Am. 190 vol. 19 p 126, 129
3. vol. 1 p 56
4. Weymouth, Norfold MA V. Rec. 1850
5. Taunton MA V. Rec to 1850
6. N. Eng. MArr bef 1700 p. 549
7. Submitted by Mary Olive Knowlton Pack 224 W. 1st N. Apt. 2 Salt Lake City,
UT. Gen Soc MLB.

The Ancestors & Descendants of Daniel Packard.

Bowling, Alice Christine, The Ancestors and Family of John Lawson Packard.

Bartlett, Ruth Packard and Packard, Daniel A., Jr., THE ANCESTORS AND
DESCENDANTS OF DANIEL PACKARD, 1783-1853, Founder of Bear Hill.

LDS Ancestral File says "John Packard b. & chr. 20 Jul 1655 Weymouth, Norfolk
Co MA, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream, m. Jane/Judith Winslow 12 Apr
1688 Taunton, Bristol Co MA, d. 16 Mar 1741 Weymouth MA"; another file says d.
Bridgewater, Plymouth Co MA".

PIEMF says "John Packard chr. 20 Jul 1655 Bridgewater, p. Samuel Packard &
Elizabeth Stream".

PIEMD says "John Packard b. 20 Jul 1655 Hingham (?), p. Samuel Packard &


Elizabeth Stream, m. Judith Winslow 12 Apr 1688, d. 16 Mar 1741".

VRBM says "John Packard d. 16 Mar 1741 in 85th y".

HESB says "John Packard, p. Samuel Packard, lived S. B. near bridge (called
Packard's Bridge after him), estate settled 1741".

Genealogical Dictionary of First Settlers of New England" says "John Packard b.
20 Jul 1655 Weymouth, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth ?".

PAFA says "John Packard b. 20 Jul 1655 Weymouth, p. Samuel Packard, immigrated
with father 1638 on ship 'Diligent', m. Judith Winslow 12 Apr 1688 Taunton, d.
16 Mar 1741, bur. Old Cemetery, Bridgewater".

"Ancestors and Descendents of Daniel Packard" says "John Packard b. 1655, p.
Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream".

SPBM says "John Packard b. 20 Jul 1655 Weymouth MA, p. Samuel Packard &


Elizabeth ?, m. Judith Winslow 12 Apr 1688 Taunton".

[NI9601] Nathaniel & Lydia Packard received deed of land in Taunton, North
Purchase
recorded 17 June dated 1703, from the estate of John Smith, father of
Lydia.
(Taunton Reg. Deeds)  He signed a petition, to grant them a township.
(Chaffin, History of Easton, pp 73-74)  Will dated 24 Apr. 1720,
probated 6
June 1722. (Plymouth Probate)

Bowling, Alice Christine, The Ancestors and Family of John Lawson
Packard.

Bartlett, Ruth Packard and Packard, Daniel A., Jr., THE ANCESTORS AND
DESCENDANTS OF DANIEL PACKARD, 1783-1853, Founder of Bear Hill Farm,
Rockland,
ME.

LDS Ancestral File says "Nathaniel Packard b. 11 Jul 1652 Bridgewater,
Plymouth Co MA, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream, Chr. 11 Jul 1652
Bridgewater, Plymouth Co MA, m. Lydia Smith 1673 Weymouth, Norfolk Co
MA, m. ?
Kingham ca 1682, d. 1720/1721".

PIEMF says "Nathaniel Packard b. 10 Apr 1660 Bridgewater, Plymouth Co
MA, p.
Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream".

PIEMD says "Nathaniel Packard b. 14 Jul 1646 Hingham, p. Samuel
Packard &
Elizabeth Stream, m. Lydia Kingman/Smith 1682 (?)".

HESB says "Nathaniel Packard, p. Samuel Packard, m. (probably) ?
Kingman, will
1720".

PAFA says "Nathaniel Packard b. ca 1657, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth
?,
immigrated with father 1638 on ship 'Diligent', m. Lydia Smith, will 5
Jun
1721, prob. 12 Mar 1723".

PLLPS says "Nathaniel Packard b. ca 1657 Weymouth, Suffolk Co MA, p.
Samuel
Packard & Elizabeth Stream, m. ? Kingman, m. Lydia Smith ca 1682 MA,
d. 15 May
1720 Bridgewater, Plymouth Co MA".

"Ancestors and Descendents of Daniel Packard" says "Nathaniel Packard
b. 1642,
p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream".

SPBM says "Nathaniel Packard b. ca 1657 Weymouth MA, p. Samuel Packard
&
Elizabeth ?, m. Lydia Smith ca 1682".

LDS Ancestral File says "Nathaniel Packard b. 11 Jul 1652 Bridgewater,
Plymouth Co MA, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream, Chr. 11 Jul 1652
Bridgewater, Plymouth Co MA, m. Lydia Smith 1673 Weymouth, Norfolk Co
MA, m. ?
Kingham ca 1682, d. 1720/1721".

PIEMF says "Nathaniel Packard b. 10 Apr 1660 Bridgewater, Plymouth Co
MA, p.
Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream".

PIEMD says "Nathaniel Packard b. 14 Jul 1646 Hingham, p. Samuel
Packard &
Elizabeth Stream, m. Lydia Kingman/Smith 1682 (?)".

HESB says "Nathaniel Packard, p. Samuel Packard, m. (probably) ?
Kingman, will
1720".

PAFA says "Nathaniel Packard b. ca 1657, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth
?,
immigrated with father 1638 on ship 'Dilignet', m. Lydia Smith, will 5
Jun
1721, prob. 12 Mar 1723".

PLLPS says "Nathaniel Packard b. ca 1657 Weymouth, Suffolk Co MA, p.
Samuel
Packard & Elizabeth Stream, m. ? Kingman, m. Lydia Smith ca 1682 MA,
d. 15 May
1720 Bridgewater, Plymouth Co MA".

"Ancestors and Descendents of Daniel Packard" says "Nathaniel Packard
b. 1642,
p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream".

SPBM says "Nathaniel Packard b. ca 1657 Weymouth MA, p. Samuel Packard
&
Elizabeth ?, m. Lydia Smith ca 1682".

Nathaniel & Lydia Packard received deed of land in Taunton, North Purchase
recorded 17 June dated 1703, from the estate of John Smith, father of Lydia.
(Taunton Reg. Deeds)  He signed a petition, to grant them a township.
(Chaffin, History of Easton, pp 73-74)  Will dated 24 Apr. 1720, probated 6
June 1722. (Plymouth Probate)

Bowling, Alice Christine, The Ancestors and Family of John Lawson Packard.

Bartlett, Ruth Packard and Packard, Daniel A., Jr., THE ANCESTORS AND
DESCENDANTS OF DANIEL PACKARD, 1783-1853, Founder of Bear Hill Farm, Rockland,
ME.

LDS Ancestral File says "Nathaniel Packard b. 11 Jul 1652 Bridgewater,
Plymouth Co MA, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream, Chr. 11 Jul 1652
Bridgewater, Plymouth Co MA, m. Lydia Smith 1673 Weymouth, Norfolk Co MA, m. ?
Kingham ca 1682, d. 1720/1721".

PIEMF says "Nathaniel Packard b. 10 Apr 1660 Bridgewater, Plymouth Co MA, p.
Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream".

PIEMD says "Nathaniel Packard b. 14 Jul 1646 Hingham, p. Samuel Packard &


Elizabeth Stream, m. Lydia Kingman/Smith 1682 (?)".

HESB says "Nathaniel Packard, p. Samuel Packard, m. (probably) ? Kingman, will
1720".

PAFA says "Nathaniel Packard b. ca 1657, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth ?,
immigrated with father 1638 on ship 'Diligent', m. Lydia Smith, will 5 Jun
1721, prob. 12 Mar 1723".

PLLPS says "Nathaniel Packard b. ca 1657 Weymouth, Suffolk Co MA, p. Samuel
Packard & Elizabeth Stream, m. ? Kingman, m. Lydia Smith ca 1682 MA, d. 15 May
1720 Bridgewater, Plymouth Co MA".

"Ancestors and Descendents of Daniel Packard" says "Nathaniel Packard b. 1642,
p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream".

SPBM says "Nathaniel Packard b. ca 1657 Weymouth MA, p. Samuel Packard &


Elizabeth ?, m. Lydia Smith ca 1682".

LDS Ancestral File says "Nathaniel Packard b. 11 Jul 1652 Bridgewater,
Plymouth Co MA, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream, Chr. 11 Jul 1652
Bridgewater, Plymouth Co MA, m. Lydia Smith 1673 Weymouth, Norfolk Co MA, m. ?
Kingham ca 1682, d. 1720/1721".

PIEMF says "Nathaniel Packard b. 10 Apr 1660 Bridgewater, Plymouth Co MA, p.
Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream".

PIEMD says "Nathaniel Packard b. 14 Jul 1646 Hingham, p. Samuel Packard &


Elizabeth Stream, m. Lydia Kingman/Smith 1682 (?)".

HESB says "Nathaniel Packard, p. Samuel Packard, m. (probably) ? Kingman, will
1720".

PAFA says "Nathaniel Packard b. ca 1657, p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth ?,
immigrated with father 1638 on ship 'Dilignet', m. Lydia Smith, will 5 Jun
1721, prob. 12 Mar 1723".

PLLPS says "Nathaniel Packard b. ca 1657 Weymouth, Suffolk Co MA, p. Samuel
Packard & Elizabeth Stream, m. ? Kingman, m. Lydia Smith ca 1682 MA, d. 15 May
1720 Bridgewater, Plymouth Co MA".

"Ancestors and Descendents of Daniel Packard" says "Nathaniel Packard b. 1642,
p. Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream".

SPBM says "Nathaniel Packard b. ca 1657 Weymouth MA, p. Samuel Packard &


Elizabeth ?, m. Lydia Smith ca 1682".

[NI9602] Personal Records of Richard Glen Packard
10250 E. Fenimore Rd.
Mesa, AZ. 85207
(602) 380-1828
AzPack@aol.com
PZQL93A@prodigy.com

George died after 1623.

His will read as follows: In the Name of God Amen the first day of
December
Anno Domine 1623, George Packard of Stonham Aspal in the County of
Suffolk
being of perfect mind and memory made his last Will and Testament
nuncupative
in form following, viz: He did will and bequeath unto Mary Packard his
wife
all his moveable goods the paying his debts and bringing up his
children and
he appointed the said Mary Packard his wife the Executrix of this his
Will.
The following are witnesses:________Bloomfield, Robert Dennie.
Taken from the book "The Packards" p. 34, #94, #96, #98, by Brigadier
J. John
Packard.

Bowling, Alice Christine, THE ANCESTORS AND FAMILY OF JOHN LAWSON
PACKARD, Box
353, Stanfield, OR  97875.

Ancestral File says "George Packard, b. ca 1579 Colmans, Stonham,
Aspal,
Whitsungrene, Suffolk England, p. Moses Packard, m. Mary Wither/Wyther
14 Dec
1623 Woolpit, Suffolk England, d. 14 Dec 1623 Stonham, Aspal, Suffolk
England,
bur. 14 Nov 1673 Stonham Aspal, Suffolk England".

PIEMF says "George Packard b. Wymondham, Norfolk England, m. Mary
Wither 27
Mar 1600 Woolpit Parish, Suffolk England, d./bur. 14 Dec 1623 Stonham
Aspal
Parish, Suffolk England".

PAFA says "George Packard, farmer, of Colmans, Whitsun Green, Stonham
Aspal, m.
Mary Wither 27 Mar 1600 Woolpit, bur. 14 Dec 1623 Stonham Aspal,
England".

PLLPS says "George Packard b. ca 1575 Colmans, Whitsungrene, Stonham
Aspal,
Suffolk England, p. Moses Packard, m. Mary Wither 27 Mar 1600 Woolpit,
Suffolk
England, bur. 14 Dec 1623 Stonham Aspal, Suffolk England".

George died after 1623.

His will read as follows: In the Name of God Amen the first day of December
Anno Domine 1623, George Packard of Stonham Aspal in the County of Suffolk
being of perfect mind and memory made his last Will and Testament nuncupative
in form following, viz: He did will and bequeath unto Mary Packard his wife
all his moveable goods the paying his debts and bringing up his children and
he appointed the said Mary Packard his wife the Executrix of this his Will.
The following are witnesses:________Bloomfield, Robert Dennie.
Taken from the book "The Packards" p. 34, #94, #96, #98, by Brigadier J. John
Packard.

Bowling, Alice Christine, THE ANCESTORS AND FAMILY OF JOHN LAWSON PACKARD, Box 353, Stanfield, OR  97875.

Ancestral File says "George Packard, b. ca 1579 Colmans, Stonham, Aspal,
Whitsungrene, Suffolk England, p. Moses Packard, m. Mary Wither/Wyther 14 Dec
1623 Woolpit, Suffolk England, d. 14 Dec 1623 Stonham, Aspal, Suffolk England,
bur. 14 Nov 1673 Stonham Aspal, Suffolk England".

PIEMF says "George Packard b. Wymondham, Norfolk England, m. Mary Wither 27
Mar 1600 Woolpit Parish, Suffolk England, d./bur. 14 Dec 1623 Stonham Aspal
Parish, Suffolk England".

PAFA says "George Packard, farmer, of Colmans, Whitsun Green, Stonham Aspal, m.
Mary Wither 27 Mar 1600 Woolpit, bur. 14 Dec 1623 Stonham Aspal, England".

PLLPS says "George Packard b. ca 1575 Colmans, Whitsungrene, Stonham Aspal,
Suffolk England, p. Moses Packard, m. Mary Wither 27 Mar 1600 Woolpit, Suffolk
England, bur. 14 Dec 1623 Stonham Aspal, Suffolk England".

[NI9603] Bowling, Alice Christine, THE ANCESTORS AND FAMILY OF JOHN LAWSON
PACKARD, Box 353, Stanfield, OR  97875

Ancestral File says "Mary Wither or Wyther, b. ca 1581 Woolpit,
Suffolk England, chr. 13 Jan 1574 Woolpit, Stonham, Suffolk England, m. George Packard
27 Mar 1600 Woolpit, Suffolk England, d. & bur. 1652 Stowmarket, Suffolk
England".

PIEMF says "Mary Wither m. George Paccard 27 Mar 1600 Woolpit Parish,
Suffolk England, d. 19 Aug 1652 Stowmarket, Suffolk England".

PAFA says "Mary Wither bap. 13 Jan 1574 Woolpit, p. Thomas Wither &
Margaret ?, m. George Packard 27 Mar 1600, bur. 1652 Stowmarket".

PLLPS says "Mary (Marie) Wither b. 13 Jan 1574, Woolpit, Suffolk
England, p. Thomas Wyther & Margaret ?, m. George Packard 27 Mar 1600 Woolpit,
Suffolk England, d. 1652 Stowmarket, Suffolk England".

Ancestral File says "Mary Wither or Wyther, b. ca 1581 Woolpit, Suffolk


England, chr. 13 Jan 1574 Woolpit, Stonham, Suffolk England, m. George Packard
27 Mar 1600 Woolpit, Suffolk England, d. & bur. 1652 Stowmarket, Suffolk
England".

PIEMF says "Mary Wither m. George Paccard 27 Mar 1600 Woolpit Parish,
Suffolk England, d. 19 Aug 1652 Stowmarket, Suffolk England".

PAFA says "Mary Wither bap. 13 Jan 1574 Woolpit, p. Thomas Wither &
Margaret ?, m. George Packard 27 Mar 1600, bur. 1652 Stowmarket".

PLLPS says "Mary (Marie) Wither b. 13 Jan 1574, Woolpit, Suffolk
England, p. Thomas Wyther & Margaret ?, m. George Packard 27 Mar 1600 Woolpit,
Suffolk England, d. 1652 Stowmarket, Suffolk England".

Bowling, Alice Christine, THE ANCESTORS AND FAMILY OF JOHN LAWSON PACKARD, Box 353, Stanfield, OR  97875

Ancestral File says "Mary Wither or Wyther, b. ca 1581 Woolpit, Suffolk


England, chr. 13 Jan 1574 Woolpit, Stonham, Suffolk England, m. George Packard 27 Mar
1600 Woolpit, Suffolk England, d. & bur. 1652 Stowmarket, Suffolk England".

PIEMF says "Mary Wither m. George Paccard 27 Mar 1600 Woolpit Parish, Suffolk
England, d. 19 Aug 1652 Stowmarket, Suffolk England".

PAFA says "Mary Wither bap. 13 Jan 1574 Woolpit, p. Thomas Wither & Margaret
?, m. George Packard 27 Mar 1600, bur. 1652 Stowmarket".

PLLPS says "Mary (Marie) Wither b. 13 Jan 1574, Woolpit, Suffolk England, p. Thomas Wyther & Margaret ?, m. George Packard 27 Mar 1600 Woolpit, Suffolk England, d. 1652 Stowmarket, Suffolk England".

[NI9604] FOOTNOTE:1*Bowling, Alice Christine, "The Ancestors and Family of John


Lawson
Packard"

LDS Ancestral File says "Frances Packard b. 8 Oct 1601 Stonham Aspal,
Suffolk
England, p. George Packard & Mary Wither, Chr. 8 Oct Whitsungrene,
Stonham,
Aspal, Suffolk England, m. Standley ca 1625 Stonham Aspal, Suffolk
England".

PIEMF says "Frances Packard b. 8 Oct 1601 Whitsungrene England, p.
George
Paccard & Mary Wither".

"Packard's Progress" says "Frances Packard bap. 8 Oct 1601
Whittungrene,
England, p. George Packard".

PLLPS says "Frances Packard chr. 8 Oct 1601 Whigsungrene, Stonham
Aspal,
Suffolk England, p. George Packard & Mary Wither, m. ? Standley ca
1625
Stonham Aspal, Suffolk England".

FOOTNOTE:1 *Bowling, Alice Christine, "The Ancestors and Family of John Lawson Packard"

LDS Ancestral File says "Frances Packard b. 8 Oct 1601 Stonham Aspal, Suffolk
England, p. George Packard & Mary Wither, Chr. 8 Oct Whitsungrene, Stonham,
Aspal, Suffolk England, m. Standley ca 1625 Stonham Aspal, Suffolk England".

PIEMF says "Frances Packard b. 8 Oct 1601 Whitsungrene England, p. George
Paccard & Mary Wither".

"Packard's Progress" says "Frances Packard bap. 8 Oct 1601 Whittungrene,
England, p. George Packard".

PLLPS says "Frances Packard chr. 8 Oct 1601 Whigsungrene, Stonham Aspal,
Suffolk England, p. George Packard & Mary Wither, m. ? Standley ca 1625


Stonham Aspal, Suffolk England".

[NI9605] Unmarried at age 44.  Listed as executor in her mother's will.

FOOTNOTE:1*Bowling, Alice Christine, "The Ancestors and Family of John
Lawson
Packard"

LDS Ancestral File says "Mary Packard b. & Chr. 8 Apr 1618 Stonham
Aspal,
Suffolk England, p. George Packard & Mary Wither".

PIEMF says "Mary Paccard b. 8 Apr 1618, p. Samuel Paccard & Mary
Wither, d.
1 May 1616".

"Packard's Progress" says "Mary Packard bap. 8 Apr 1618 Stonham Aspal,
England, p. George Packard & Mary ?".

PLLPS says "Mary Packard ch. 8 Apr 1618 Stonham Aspal, Suffolk
England, p.
George Packard & Mary Wither, unm. at age 44".

Unmarried at age 44.  Listed as executor in her mother's will.

[NI9606] Taken from the book "The Packards", p. 14, by Brigadier J. John
Packard.

Bowling, Alice Christind, "The Ancestors and Family of John Lawson
Packard"

LDS Ancestral File says "John Packard b. and Chr. 8 Nov 1603 Stonham
Aspal,
Suffolk England, p. George Packard & Mary Wither, m. Elizabeth Watts
14 Jul
1623 Mendlesham, Suffolk England, d. 12 Apr 1624, bur. 15 Dec 1659
Henley".

PIEMF says "John Paccard b. 8 Nov 1603 Whitsungrene England, p. George
Paccard
& Mary Wither, m. Elizabeth Watts 14 Jul 1623/24".

"Packard's Progress" says "John Packard bap. 8 Nov 1603 Stonham Aspal,
England, p. George Packard & Mary ?, m. Elizabeth Watts 14 Jul 1623
Mendlesham, m. Elizabeth ? 13 Aug 1670".

PLLPS says "John Packard chr. 8 Nov 1603 Whigsungrene, Stonham Aspal,
Suffolk
England, p. George Packard & Mary Wither, m. Elizabeth Watts 14 Jul
1623
Mendlesham, Suffolk England, m. Elizabeth ? ca 1630, bur. 15 Dec 1659
Mendlesham, Suffolk England".

Note: the book "The Packards", p. 14, by Brigadier J. John Packard.

Bowling, Alice Christind, "The Ancestors and Family of John Lawson Packard"

LDS Ancestral File says "John Packard b. and Chr. 8 Nov 1603 Stonham Aspal,
Suffolk England, p. George Packard & Mary Wither, m. Elizabeth Watts 14 Jul
1623 Mendlesham, Suffolk England, d. 12 Apr 1624, bur. 15 Dec 1659 Henley".

PIEMF says "John Paccard b. 8 Nov 1603 Whitsungrene England, p. George Paccard
& Mary Wither, m. Elizabeth Watts 14 Jul 1623/24".

"Packard's Progress" says "John Packard bap. 8 Nov 1603 Stonham Aspal,
England, p. George Packard & Mary ?, m. Elizabeth Watts 14 Jul 1623
Mendlesham, m. Elizabeth ? 13 Aug 1670".

PLLPS says "John Packard chr. 8 Nov 1603 Whigsungrene, Stonham Aspal, Suffolk
England, p. George Packard & Mary Wither, m. Elizabeth Watts 14 Jul 1623
Mendlesham, Suffolk England, m. Elizabeth ? ca 1630, bur. 15 Dec 1659
Mendlesham, Suffolk England".

[NI9607] FOOTNOTE:1*Bowling, Alice Christine, THE ANCESTORS AND FAMILY OF JOHN
LAWSON
PACKARD, Box 353, Stanfield, OR  97875

PLLPS and LDS Ancestral File say "Nathan Packard b./ch. 30 May 1614
Stonham
Aspal, Suffolk England, p. George Packard & Mary Wither, d./bur. 1 May
1616".

PIEMF says "Nathan Paccard b. 30 May 1614, p. Samuel Paccard & Mary
Wither,
d./bur. 1 May 1616".

"Packard's Progress" says "Nathan Packard bap. 30 May 1614 Stonham
Aspal,
England, p. George Packard & Mary ?, bur. 1 May 1616 Stonham Aspal,
England".

*Bowling, Alice Christine, THE ANCESTORS AND FAMILY OF JOHN LAWSON PACKARD, Box 353, Stanfield, OR  97875

PLLPS and LDS Ancestral File say "Nathan Packard b./ch. 30 May 1614 Stonham
Aspal, Suffolk England, p. George Packard & Mary Wither, d./bur. 1 May 1616".

PIEMF says "Nathan Paccard b. 30 May 1614, p. Samuel Paccard & Mary Wither,
d./bur. 1 May 1616".

"Packard's Progress" says "Nathan Packard bap. 30 May 1614 Stonham Aspal,
England, p. George Packard & Mary ?, bur. 1 May 1616 Stonham Aspal, England".

[NI9608] FOOTNOTE:1*Bowling,, Alice Christine, "THE ANCESTORS AND FAMILY OF
JOHN LAWSON
PACKARD, Box 353, Stanfield, OR  97875

PLLPS and LDS Ancestral File says "Margaret Packard b. and Chr. 29 Mar
1610
Stonham Aspal, Suffolk England, p. George Packard & Mary Wither, m. ?
Smyth ca
1630/32 Stonham Aspal, Suffolk England".

PIEMF says "Margaret Packard b. 29 Mar 1610, p. George Paccard & Mary
Wither".

PAFA says "Margaret Packard bap. 29 Mar 1610 Stonham Aspal, England,
p. George
Packard & Mary ?".

FOOTNOTE:1*Bowling,, Alice Christine, "THE ANCESTORS AND FAMILY OF JOHN LAWSON
       PACKARD, Box 353, Stanfield, OR  97875

PLLPS and LDS Ancestral File says "Margaret Packard b. and Chr. 29 Mar 1610
Stonham Aspal, Suffolk England, p. George Packard & Mary Wither, m. ? Smyth ca
1630/32 Stonham Aspal, Suffolk England".

PIEMF says "Margaret Packard b. 29 Mar 1610, p. George Paccard & Mary Wither".

PAFA says "Margaret Packard bap. 29 Mar 1610 Stonham Aspal, England, p. George
Packard & Mary ?".

[NI9609] LDS Ancestral File says "George Packard b. 1620 Stonham Aspal, Suffolk


England, p. George Packard & Mary Wither, Chr. Suffolk England, m.
Elizabeth
Wright 1 May 1643 Stowmarket, Suffolk England, d. 1 Aug 1643".

PIEMF says "George Paccard, p. Samuel Paccard & Mary Wither, m. Mary ?
(of
Stoneham Aspal), m. Elizabeth Wright 1 Aug 1643".

PLLPS says "George Packard b. ca 1623 Stonham Aspal, Suffolk England,
p.
George Packard & Mary Wither, m. Elizabeth Wright 1 Aug 1643
Stowmarket,
Suffolk England".

[NI9610] Personal records of Richard Glen Packard
10250 E. Fenimore Rd.
Mesa, Az. 85207
(602) 380-1828
AzPack@aol.com
PZQL93A@prodigy.com

Taken from the book "The Packards" p. 34, #88, by Brigadier J. John
Packard.

LDS Ancestral File says "Moses Packard b. ca 1537, ch. Ann, Aaron,
George".

PLLPS says "Moses Packard b. ca 1537, of Earl Stonham, Suffolk
England, p.
John Packard & Joan ?".

Personal records of Richard Glen Packard
10250 E. Fenimore Rd.
Mesa, Az. 85207
(602) 380-1828
AzPack@aol.com
PZQL93A@prodigy.com

Taken from the book "The Packards" p. 34, #88, by Brigadier J. John Packard.

LDS Ancestral File says "Moses Packard b. ca 1537, ch. Ann, Aaron, George".

PLLPS says "Moses Packard b. ca 1537, of Earl Stonham, Suffolk England, p.
John Packard & Joan ?".

[NI9611] PLLPS & LDS Ancestral File say "Ann Packard chr. ca 1557 Earl Stonham,


Suffolk
England, p. Moses Packard, widow, d. bef 14 Nov 1578 Earl Stonham,
Suffolk
England".

PLLPS & LDS Ancestral File say "Ann Packard chr. ca 1557 Earl Stonham, Suffolk
England, p. Moses Packard, widow, d. bef 14 Nov 1578 Earl Stonham, Suffolk
England".

[NI9612] LDS Ancestral File says "Aaron Packard b. ca 1566 Little Stoneham,
Suffolk
England, p. Moses Packard, m. Margaret Seman 17 Oct 1588 Little
Stoneham,
Suffolk England".

"Packard's Progress" says "Aaron Packard m. Margaret Semen 1588
Stonham Aspal,
England".

PLLPS says "Aaron Packard b. ca 1566 Little Stoneham, Suffolk England,
p.
Moses Packard, m. Margaret Seman 17 Oct 1588".

LDS Ancestral File says "Aaron Packard b. ca 1566 Little Stoneham, Suffolk
England, p. Moses Packard, m. Margaret Seman 17 Oct 1588 Little Stoneham,
Suffolk England".

"Packard's Progress" says "Aaron Packard m. Margaret Semen 1588 Stonham Aspal,
England".

PLLPS says "Aaron Packard b. ca 1566 Little Stoneham, Suffolk England, p.
Moses Packard, m. Margaret Seman 17 Oct 1588".

[NI9613] Personal records of Richard Glen Packard.
10250 E. Fenimore Rd.
Mesa, Az. 85207
(602) 380-1828
AzPack@aol.com
PZQL93A@prodigy.com

Johns will was probated 23 Oct 1553.

Taken from the book "The Packards" p. 33, #56, by Brigadier J. John
Packard,
143 Thomas More House, Barbican, London, England, #C2Y 8BU.

PLLPS says "John Packard b. ca 1492, of Earl Stonham, Suffolk England,
p.
Richard Packard & Margaret ?, m. Joan ? ca 1530 Earl Stonham, will
probated 23
Oct 1553".

Personal records of Richard Glen Packard.
10250 E. Fenimore Rd.
Mesa, Az. 85207
(602) 380-1828
AzPack@aol.com
PZQL93A@prodigy.com

Johns will was probated 23 Oct 1553.

Taken from the book "The Packards" p. 33, #56, by Brigadier J. John Packard,
143 Thomas More House, Barbican, London, England, #C2Y 8BU.

PLLPS says "John Packard b. ca 1492, of Earl Stonham, Suffolk England, p.
Richard Packard & Margaret ?, m. Joan ? ca 1530 Earl Stonham, will probated 23
Oct 1553".

[NI9614] PLLPS says "Joan ? m. John Packard ca 1530 Earl Stonham, Suffolk
England".

PLLPS says "Joan ? m. John Packard ca 1530 Earl Stonham, Suffolk England".

[NI9615] PLLPS says "John Packard b. ca 1531, of Earl Stonham, Suffolk England,


p. John
Packard & Joan ?".

PLLPS says "John Packard b. ca 1531, of Earl Stonham, Suffolk England, p. John
Packard & Joan ?".

[NI9616] PLLPS says "Robert Packard b. ca 1531, of Earl Stonham, Suffolk
England, p.
John Packard & Joan ?".

PLLPS says "Robert Packard b. ca 1531, of Earl Stonham, Suffolk England, p.
John Packard & Joan ?".

[NI9617] PLLPS says "George Packard b. ca 1533, of Earl Stonham, Suffolk
England, p.
John Packard & Joan ?".

PLLPS says "George Packard b. ca 1533, of Earl Stonham, Suffolk England, p.
John Packard & Joan ?".

[NI9618] PLLPS says "Alice Packard b. ca 1534, of Earl Stonham, Suffolk
England, p.
John Packard & Joan ?".

PLLPS says "Alice Packard b. ca 1534, of Earl Stonham, Suffolk England, p.
John Packard & Joan ?".

[NI9619] PLLPS says "Aaron Packard b. ca 1535, of Earl Stonham, Suffolk
England, p.
John Packard & Joan ?".

PLLPS says "Aaron Packard b. ca 1535, of Earl Stonham, Suffolk England, p.
John Packard & Joan ?".

[NI9620] PLLPS says "Elizabeth Packard b. ca 1536, of Earl Stonham, Suffolk
England, p.
John Packard & Joan ?".

PLLPS says "Elizabeth Packard b. ca 1536, of Earl Stonham, Suffolk England, p.
John Packard & Joan ?".

[NI9621] PLLPS says "Joan Packard b. ca 1538, of Earl Stonham, Suffolk England,


p. John
Packard & Joan ?".

PLLPS says "Joan Packard b. ca 1538, of Earl Stonham, Suffolk England, p. John
Packard & Joan ?".

[NI9622] PLLPS says "Katherine Packard b. ca 1540, of Earl Stonham, Suffolk
England, p.
John Packard & Joan ?".

PLLPS says "Katherine Packard b. ca 1540, of Earl Stonham, Suffolk England, p.
John Packard & Joan ?".

[NI9623] Personal records of Richard Glen Packard.
10250 E. Fenimore Rd.
Mesa, Az. 85207
(602) 380-1828
AzPack@aol.com
PZQL93A@prodigy.com

Taken from the book "The Packards" p. 32, #46, #48, by Brigadier J.
John
Packard, 143 Thomas More House, Barbican, London, England, #C2Y 8BU.

PLLPS says "Richard Packard, Yeoman, b. 1468 Earl Stonham, Suffolk
England, m.
Margaret ? ca 1490, will probated 4 May 1490" (lists 4 ch. b. aft.
1490).

Personal records of Richard Glen Packard.
10250 E. Fenimore Rd.
Mesa, Az. 85207
(602) 380-1828
AzPack@aol.com
PZQL93A@prodigy.com

Taken from the book "The Packards" p. 32, #46, #48, by Brigadier J. John
Packard, 143 Thomas More House, Barbican, London, England, #C2Y 8BU.

PLLPS says "Richard Packard, Yeoman, b. 1468 Earl Stonham, Suffolk England, m.
Margaret ? ca 1490, will probated 4 May 1490" (lists 4 ch. b. aft. 1490).

[NI9624] PLLPS says "Margaret ? m. Richard Packard ca 1490".

PLLPS says "Margaret ? m. Richard Packard ca 1490".

[NI9625] PLLPS says "Thomas Packard b. ca 1494, of Earl Stonham, Suffolk
England, p.
Richard Packard & Margaret ?".

PLLPS says "Thomas Packard b. ca 1494, of Earl Stonham, Suffolk England, p.
Richard Packard & Margaret ?".

[NI9626] PLLPS says "Jane Packard b. ca 1496, of Earl Stonham, Suffolk England,


p.
Richard Packard & Margaret ?, m. ? Blomfeld".

PLLPS says "Jane Packard b. ca 1496, of Earl Stonham, Suffolk England, p.
Richard Packard & Margaret ?, m. ? Blomfeld".

[NI9627] PLLPS says "Margaret Packard b. ca 1498, of Earl Stonham, Suffolk
England, p.
Richard Packard & Margaret ?, m. ? Rowland".

PLLPS says "Margaret Packard b. ca 1498, of Earl Stonham, Suffolk England, p.
Richard Packard & Margaret ?, m. ? Rowland".

[NI9628] 1. Another family Group Sheet shows his will saying Joseph died in
1729.

FOOTNOTE:1*Bowling, Alice Christine, The Ancestors and Family of John
Lawson
Packard

!BIRTH: @S21@

DEATH: Abt MD 15:51.

DEATH: Abt. MD 15:51.

PIEMD says "Thomas Washburn, p. Thomas Washburn, m. Deliverance
Packard".

SPWGEB & GDFSNE say "Thomas Washburn m. Deliverance Packard".

HESB says "Thomas Washburn, p. John Washburn & Elizabeth Mitchell, m.
Abigail
Leonard, m. Deliverance Packard, will 1729".

MFIPFC says "Thomas Washburn b. Duxbury, p. John Washburn & Elizabeth
Mitchell, m. Deliverance Packard bef 29 Oct 1684, m. Sarah ? 28 Jul
1708
Bridgewater, m. Abigail Atkins 24 Jul 1711 Bridgewater, d. bet Mar
1779/80 & 4
Dec 1732".

UMP says "Thomas Washburn b. 1648, p. John Washburn, m. Deliverance
Packard, m.
Deliverance Leonard 1701".

PAFA says "Thomas Washburn, p. John Washburn & Experience Mitchell, m.
?, m.
Deliverance Packard bef 1684, served King Philip's War, will 1729".

RWFG says "Thomas Washbourne m. (1st) Abigail Leonard, m. (2nd)
Deliverance
Perkins".

IGI says "Thomas Washburn m. Abigail Hefford or Atkins 24 Jul 1711
Bridgewater, Plymouth Co MA".

LDS Ancestral File says "Thomas Washburn b. 1647 Duxbury, Plymouth Co
MA, p.
John Washburn & Elizabeth Mitchell, m. Deliverance Packard 1680
Bridgewater,
Plymouth Co MA, m. Abigail Leonard in Plymouth Co MA, d. 1729
Bridgewater,
Plymouth Co MA".

MBAD says "Thomas Washburn b. bef 1662, p. John Washburn & Elizabeth
Mitchell,
will dated Mar 1729/30, probated 4 Dec 1732".

1. Another family Group Sheet shows his will saying Joseph died in 1729.

FOOTNOTE:1*Bowling, Alice Christine, The Ancestors and Family of John Lawson
           Packard

!BIRTH: @S21@

DEATH: Abt MD 15:51.

DEATH: Abt. MD 15:51.

PIEMD says "Thomas Washburn, p. Thomas Washburn, m. Deliverance Packard".

SPWGEB & GDFSNE say "Thomas Washburn m. Deliverance Packard".

HESB says "Thomas Washburn, p. John Washburn & Elizabeth Mitchell, m. Abigail
Leonard, m. Deliverance Packard, will 1729".

MFIPFC says "Thomas Washburn b. Duxbury, p. John Washburn & Elizabeth
Mitchell, m. Deliverance Packard bef 29 Oct 1684, m. Sarah ? 28 Jul 1708
Bridgewater, m. Abigail Atkins 24 Jul 1711 Bridgewater, d. bet Mar 1779/80 & 4
Dec 1732".

UMP says "Thomas Washburn b. 1648, p. John Washburn, m. Deliverance Packard, m.
Deliverance Leonard 1701".

PAFA says "Thomas Washburn, p. John Washburn & Experience Mitchell, m. ?, m.
Deliverance Packard bef 1684, served King Philip's War, will 1729".

RWFG says "Thomas Washbourne m. (1st) Abigail Leonard, m. (2nd) Deliverance
Perkins".

IGI says "Thomas Washburn m. Abigail Hefford or Atkins 24 Jul 1711
Bridgewater, Plymouth Co MA".

LDS Ancestral File says "Thomas Washburn b. 1647 Duxbury, Plymouth Co MA, p.
John Washburn & Elizabeth Mitchell, m. Deliverance Packard 1680 Bridgewater,
Plymouth Co MA, m. Abigail Leonard in Plymouth Co MA, d. 1729 Bridgewater,
Plymouth Co MA".

MBAD says "Thomas Washburn b. bef 1662, p. John Washburn & Elizabeth Mitchell,
will dated Mar 1729/30, probated 4 Dec 1732".

[NI9629] Bowling, Alice Christine, THE ANCESTORS AND FAMILY OF JOHN LAWSON
PACKARD, Box
353, Stanfield, OR  97875.

PLLPS says "Jane Packard chr. 20 Apr 1651 Hingham, Plymouth MA, p.
Samuel
Packard & Elizabeth Stream, d. child".

"Ancestors and Descendents of Daniel Packard" says "Jane Packard b.
1661, p.
Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream".

SPBM says "Jane Packard b. ca 1651 Hingham MA, bap. 20 Apr 1651, p.
Samuel
Packard & Elizabeth ?, prob. d. young".

Bowling, Alice Christine, THE ANCESTORS AND FAMILY OF JOHN LAWSON PACKARD, Box 353, Stanfield, OR  97875.

PLLPS says "Jane Packard chr. 20 Apr 1651 Hingham, Plymouth MA, p. Samuel
Packard & Elizabeth Stream, d. child".

"Ancestors and Descendents of Daniel Packard" says "Jane Packard b. 1661, p.
Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream".

SPBM says "Jane Packard b. ca 1651 Hingham MA, bap. 20 Apr 1651, p. Samuel
Packard & Elizabeth ?, prob. d. young".

[NI9630] Bowling, Alice Christine, THE ANCESTORS AND FAMILY OF JOHN LAWSON
PACKARD, Box
353, Stanfield, OR  97875.

PLLPS says "Abigail Packard chr. 20 Apr 1651 Hingham, Plymouth MA, p.
Samuel
Packard & Elizabeth Stream, d. child".

"Ancestors and Descendents of Daniel Packard" says "Abigail Packard b.
1661, p.
Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream".

SPBM says "Abigail Packard b. ca 1651 Hingham MA, bap. 20 Apr 1651, p.
Samuel
Packard & Elizabeth ?, prob. d. young".

IGI says "Abigail Packard b. 20 Apr 1651 Hingham, Plymouth, MA, p.
Samuel
Packard & Elizabeth Stream".

Bowling, Alice Christine, THE ANCESTORS AND FAMILY OF JOHN LAWSON PACKARD, Box
353, Stanfield, OR  97875.

PLLPS says "Abigail Packard chr. 20 Apr 1651 Hingham, Plymouth MA, p. Samuel
Packard & Elizabeth Stream, d. child".

"Ancestors and Descendents of Daniel Packard" says "Abigail Packard b. 1661, p.
Samuel Packard & Elizabeth Stream".

SPBM says "Abigail Packard b. ca 1651 Hingham MA, bap. 20 Apr 1651, p. Samuel
Packard & Elizabeth ?, prob. d. young".

IGI says "Abigail Packard b. 20 Apr 1651 Hingham, Plymouth, MA, p. Samuel
Packard & Elizabeth Stream".

[NI9631] This man is one of the sons listed for Samuel Packard on this family group sheet, but it cannot be proved which one, so he is listed as an extra child as (UNKNOWN) until it can be proved.
Information source, THE PACKARD LEGACY, p. 881, by Loween Packard Saxton.
Personal records of Alan D. Packard.
Most likely it is one of the following sons, who had sons named Joseph and who
passed that name on:
Samuel & Elizabeth; who had a son named Joseph, who married Mary D. Willis in 1723.
Israel & Hannah; who's children are unknown at this time.
Thomas & unknown; who had a son named Joseph, spouse unknown.
John & Judith; who had a son named Joseph, who married Susanna Mitchell.
Because of the birth time factors, it is most probably John or Thomas.

This man is one of the sons listed for Samuel Packard on this family group sheet, but it cannot be proved which one, so he is listed as an extra child as (UNKNOWN) until it can be proved.
Information source, THE PACKARD LEGACY, p. 881, by Loween Packard Saxton.
Personal records of Alan D. Packard.
Most likely it is one of the following sons, who had sons named Joseph and who
passed that name on:
Samuel & Elizabeth; who had a son named Joseph, who married Mary D. Willis in
1723.
Israel & Hannah; who's children are unknown at this time.
Thomas & unknown; who had a son named Joseph, spouse unknown.
John & Judith; who had a son named Joseph, who married Susanna Mitchell.
Due to the birth time factors, it is most probably John or Thomas.

This man is one of the sons listed for Samuel Packard on this family group
sheet, but it cannot be proved which one, so he is listed as an extra child as
(UNKNOWN) until it can be proved.
Information source, THE PACKARD LEGACY, p. 881, by Loween Packard Saxton.
Personal records of Alan D. Packard.
Most likely it is one of the following sons, who had sons named Joseph and who
passed that name on:
Samuel & Elizabeth; who had a son named Joseph, who married Mary D. Willis in
1723.
Israel & Hannah; who's children are unknown at this time.
Thomas & unknown; who had a son named Joseph, spouse unknown.
John & Judith; who had a son named Joseph, who married Susanna Mitchell.
Due to the birth time factors, it is most probably John or Thomas.

[NI9632] HESB says "Nathaniel Washburn, p. Thomas Washburn & Deliverance
Packard".

MFIPFC says "Nathaniel Washburn listed as heir in will of Thomas
Washburn,
dated 1732".

HESB says "Nathaniel Washburn, p. Thomas Washburn & Deliverance Packard".

MFIPFC says "Nathaniel Washburn listed as heir in will of Thomas Washburn,
dated 1732".

[NI9633] Personal records of Richard Glen Packard.
10250 E. Fenimore Rd.
Mesa, AZ. 85207
(602) 380-1828
AzPack@aol.com
PZQL93A@prodigy.com

Personal records of Richard Glen Packard.
10250 E. Fenimore Rd.
Mesa, AZ. 85207
(602) 380-1828
AzPack@aol.com
PZQL93A@prodigy.com

[NI9634] Personal records of Richard Glen Packard.
10250 E. Fenimore Rd.
Mesa, AZ. 85207
(602) 380-1828
AzPack@aol.com
PZQL93A@prodigy.com

Personal records of Richard Glen Packard.
10250 E. Fenimore Rd.
Mesa, AZ. 85207
(602) 380-1828
AzPack@aol.com
PZQL93A@prodigy.com

[NI9650] (twin)

[CI9650] (twin)

[NI9654] HESB & PAFA say "Hepzibah Washburn, p. Thomas Washburn & Deliverance
Packard,
m.
John Hutchinson 1708".

MFIPFC says "will of Thomas Washburn lists heir "dau Hepzibah, wife of
John
Hutchinson deceased".

HESB & PAFA say "Hepzibah Washburn, p. Thomas Washburn & Deliverance Packard,
m.
John Hutchinson 1708".

MFIPFC says "will of Thomas Washburn lists heir "dau Hepzibah, wife of John
Hutchinson deceased".

[BI9654] [Another has different parents (Joseph WASHBURN b. 1649 and Hannah Latham]

[NI9655] HESB & PAFA say "Timothy Washburn, p. Thomas Washburn & Deliverance
Packard, m.
Hannah ?".

MFIPFC says "Timothy Washburn listed as heir in will of father Thomas
Washburn,
dated 1732".

HESB & PAFA say "Timothy Washburn, p. Thomas Washburn & Deliverance Packard, m.
Hannah ?".

MFIPFC says "Timothy Washburn listed as heir in will of father Thomas Washburn,
dated 1732".

[NI9656] HESB says "Elizabeth Washburn, p. Thomas Washburn & Deliverance
Packard, m.
Josiah Conant 1701".

MFIPFC says "Elizabeth Conent listed as heir in will of father Thomas
Washburn, dated 1732".

IGI says "Elizabeth Washburn m. Josiah Conant 1 Sep 1701 Bridgewater,
Plymouth
Co MA".

Court petion in 1748 by dau. Jerusha Pratt named other daughters of he widowed mother Elizabeth Conant.

HESB says "Elizabeth Washburn, p. Thomas Washburn & Deliverance Packard, m.
Josiah Conant 1701".

MFIPFC says "Elizabeth Conent listed as heir in will of father Thomas
Washburn, dated 1732".

IGI says "Elizabeth Washburn m. Josiah Conant 1 Sep 1701 Bridgewater, Plymouth
Co MA".

[NI9657] HESB says "Deliverance Washburn, p. Thomas Washburn & Deliverance
Packard, m.
Ephraim Jennings 1719".

MFIPFC says "will of Thomas Washburn lists heir "dau Deliverance
Jennings".

PAFA says "Deliverance Washburn, p. Thomas Washburn & Deliverance
Packard, m.
Ephraim Jennings 18 feb 1718/19".

HESB says "Deliverance Washburn, p. Thomas Washburn & Deliverance Packard, m.
Ephraim Jennings 1719".

MFIPFC says "will of Thomas Washburn lists heir "dau Deliverance Jennings".

PAFA says "Deliverance Washburn, p. Thomas Washburn & Deliverance Packard, m.
Ephraim Jennings 18 feb 1718/19".

[NI9658] HESB and PAFA say "Patience Washburn, p. Thomas Washburn & Deliverance


Packard".

MFIPFC says "will of Thomas Washburn lists heirs "children of dau
Patience".

HESB and PAFA say "Patience Washburn, p. Thomas Washburn & Deliverance
Packard".

MFIPFC says "will of Thomas Washburn lists heirs "children of dau Patience".

[NI9659] HESB says "Thomas Washburn, p. Thomas Washburn & Deliverance Packard,
m.
Elizabeth ?, m. Sarah Leonard 1708, m. Abigail Heiford 1711".

MFIPFC says "Thomas Washburn listed as heir in will of father Thomas
Washburn,
dated 1732".

PAFA says "Thomas Washburn, p. Thomas Washburn & Deliverance Packard,
m.
Elizabeth ?".

IGI says "Thomas Washburn m. Abigail Hefford or Atkins 24 Jul 1711
Bridgewater,
Plymouth Co MA".

HESB says "Thomas Washburn, p. Thomas Washburn & Deliverance Packard, m.
Elizabeth ?, m. Sarah Leonard 1708, m. Abigail Heiford 1711".

MFIPFC says "Thomas Washburn listed as heir in will of father Thomas Washburn,
dated 1732".

PAFA says "Thomas Washburn, p. Thomas Washburn & Deliverance Packard, m.
Elizabeth ?".

IGI says "Thomas Washburn m. Abigail Hefford or Atkins 24 Jul 1711 Bridgewater,
Plymouth Co MA".

[BI9671] [11 years old when he arrived in America in 1635]

[DI9671] [date he is "mentioned in a Bridgewater town record"]

[DI9672] [now in part of Bridgewater]

[NI9679] !BIRTH: @S33@

FOOTNOTE:1*Bowling, Alice Christine, The Ancestors and Family of John Lawson
           Packard

PIEMD says "Samuel Washburn m. Deborah Packard 167?".

SPWGEB & GDFSNE say "Samuel Washburn m. Deborah Packard".

HESB says "Samuel Washburn, p. John Washburn & Elizabeth Mitchell, m. Deborah
Packard, d. 1720, age 69".

MFIPFC says "Samuel Washburn b. ca 1652 Duxbury, p. John Washburn & Elizabeth
Mitchell, m. Deborah Packard ca 1677, d. 24 Mar 1720 Bridgewater, in 69th yr.".

PAFA says "Sgt Samuel Washburn, p. John Washburn & Experience Mitchell, m.
Deborah Packard ca 1652, lived Bridgewater, d. 24 Mar 1720 in 69th yr".



LDS Ancestral File says "Samuel Washburn b. 1651 Duxbury, Plymouth Co MA, p.
John Washburn & Elizabeth Mitchell, m. Deborah Packard 1677 Duxbury, Plymouth
Co
MA, d. 1720 Bridgewater, Plymouth Co MA".

FOOTNOTE:1*Bowling, Alice Christine, The Ancestors and Family of John
Lawson Packard

PIEMD says "Samuel Washburn m. Deborah Packard 167?".

SPWGEB & GDFSNE say "Samuel Washburn m. Deborah Packard".

HESB says "Samuel Washburn, p. John Washburn & Elizabeth Mitchell, m.
Deborah Packard, d. 1720, age 69".

MFIPFC says "Samuel Washburn b. ca 1652 Duxbury, p. John Washburn &
Elizabeth Mitchell, m. Deborah Packard ca 1677, d. 24 Mar 1720 Bridgewater, in
69th yr.".

PAFA says "Sgt Samuel Washburn, p. John Washburn & Experience Mitchell, m. Deborah Packard ca 1652, lived Bridgewater, d. 24 Mar 1720 in 69th yr".

LDS Ancestral File says "Samuel Washburn b. 1651 Duxbury, Plymouth Co MA, p.
John Washburn & Elizabeth Mitchell, m. Deborah Packard 1677 Duxbury, Plymouth
Co MA, d. 1720 Bridgewater, Plymouth Co MA".

[BI9690] Birth "at Nantasket or Cape Ann".

[NI9723] In Holland, as William Simonzoon (Symonson)

[NI9724]

Marriage needs to be re-checked due to a conflict found.
Source "Mayflower Families , Vol. 3, Soule", has this marriage as "probable" between Sarah Standish and Benjamin Soule, yet source "The Giles Memorial" has her marriage with Abraham Sampson (son of Abraham Sampson). The marriage with Abraham Sampson does not say "probable". Both husbands had a wife Sarah mentioned in each will.
Abraham  Sampson's brother Isaac married Sarah Standish's sister Lydia.

[BI9735] [20/pt1:9: bef 1670]

[DI9737] "Descendants of William Sherman" has date as 12/15/1739, but "The John Alden Family" has his will probated on 9/20/1739. Death had to be between 8/31 and 9/20 of 1739.

[NI9738] Capt. Myles, or Miles, Standish, the Pilgrim.

Capt. Myles, or Miles, Standish, the Pilgrim.

http://www.mayflowerfamilies.com/mayflower/miles_standish_family.htm
Bradford's Passenger List: "Captain Standish his wife dyed in the first sicknes; and he maried againe, .4. and hath .4. sones liveing, and some are dead."

[MD 3:153 ]Captain Myles Standish died at Duxbury, on Friday, 3 October, 1656. His will was made 7 March, 1655/6. It was probated 4 May, 1657, as is shown by the record of the inventory and by the following court order, of that date: "Mr Allexander Standish and mr Josias Standish Doe accept of beeing exequitors with Mis Barbery Standish theire mother on the estate of Captaine Myles Standish Deceased; "

[MD 1:150 The Division of Cattle in 1627. ] The third lot fell to Capt Standish & his companie Joyned to him his wife
2 Barbara Standish
3 Charles Standish
4 Allexander Standish
5 John Standish

Children by Barbara:

Charles, died young, unmarried

Alexander, m. 1st Sarah Alden, m. 2nd Desire (Doty) (Sherman) Holmes as her 3rd husband.

John - b. by 1627 no further record

Myles, m. Sarah Winslow dau. of John Winslow

Lora, died unmarried

Josias, m. 1st Mary Dingley, m. 2nd Sarah Allen, dau. of Samuel Allen.

Charles, again, named in father's will, but no further record.

[BI9753] [or in Plymouth, MA? (Sturtevant)]

[BI9754] David Standish is listed as "Prob." in this family.

[DI9754] Plymouth Co.  Ct. Recs. 1:191 as ref. for death inquest.

[NI9755] History of Duxbury gives date;
VR  Plympton, MA, p. 422/3

[DI9755] History of Duxbury gives date;
VR  Plympton, MA, p. 422/3

[NI9759] Genealogy of BISBEE FAMILY ( see  source)

Genealogy of BISBEE FAMILY ( see  source)

[XI9764] Old Cemetery at Plympton Center

[BI9791] 1687 birth in an Alden genealogy (NEHGR)

[NI9802] She was a "spinster" (unmarried).

[DI9812] She was unmarried during her life.

[XI9819] [Eaton Village Cemetery]

[NI9830] [Note by Patty Armstrong (by gedcom):
     Samuel's first wife and daughter were killed in Laurens Co. SC in an Indian attack known as the AUSTIN RAID--- fall of 1769, Laurens Co., SC.  Austin farm was two farms away.   Daughters name was Elizabeth. 
Ransom and Humphrey and father Samuel survived the attack.  Legend has it that Father Samuel traded a saddle or something of value for the lives of the two boys.

Ransom and Humphrey (Howell) remained in SC for a few years and moved on to DeKalb, GA

Samuel is listed in Laurens County SC until 1781 then went on to Pendelton Co. SC Only Samuel found in the 1790 Census in South Carolina.

He was a private under Capt. Robert Anderson.  His pension claim dated 5 May 1786, laurens Co, 96 District, SC. ".   Samuel Served in the Battle of Charleston during the Revolutionary War.  Please pay my indent claim to Col. Benjamin Kilgore, as he has already paid me for it: / Witness, william Mitcheson.  Then this notation "paid me to cover the 500 acres of land bought in the name of Humphrey Cobb"  on the back.. "Received full satisfaction in an (by the order) for my father Samuel Cobb, in purchase of land"  :  Humphrey Cobb by Benjamine Kilgore.  This claim is in the same handwriting as the Will John Cobb per Andrea.  Samuel lived along the Saluda River.

May 05, 1786, Samuel received 500 acres along the Reedy River in South Carolina as payment for War (Revolutionary) Services.  He fought in the battles around Charleston SC. He deeded this land to his son Humphrey. .... he is listed in Patriots and Veterans as a private in a South Carolina Unit.

Samuel and Judah sold their property to a William Mitchuson.  This is recorded in the first deed book of Laurens County SC.  The property is now in Greenville Co.  Greenville did not have a courthouse.In Spencer's History of Kentucky Baptist, VEE Pg 344-345.  We find Samuel moving to KY between 1794-1799.. Elisha was born in SC and ASA in Owen Co. KY.

Edgar L. Morgan " The Cobbs of Owen County Kentucky" Copy right 1961

"History of the Cobb Family: by J. W. Waldro

" In the year 1790 samuel Cobb with his wife and eight sons and daughters moved from NC and settled on Richaland Creek not from from Lusby's Mill.  Mr. Cobb was twice married.  All the children were from the second wife, the first having been murdered by Indians.  Samuel Cobb was a pioneer settler, a farmer and pious Baptist".

Judy Estes Lawrence gives Samuel's death date Nov 1804 or 1805 as he is mentioned in the records of Mt. Island church until then.]

[XI9830] [Old Jackson Graveyard on Davis farm near Breck or "below the dam at Elk Lake Shores"]

[NI9831] [Wives and his children and their children posted 17 Aug 2008 by Betty A Harris and others in postings on COBB-DNA Digest, Vol 2, Issue 28]

[Wives and his children and their children posted 17 Aug 2008 by Betty A Harris and others in postings on COBB-DNA Digest, Vol 2, Issue 28; Re: [COBB-DNA] DNA testing continues]

[BI9831] [Dates also found as April 27, 1737 in a posting (unknown source for date)]

[NI9835] [Different ancestry (Asa was "the son of John Cobb and Judith Mitchell") and data ("was born about 1750 in Virginia" and Asa was born "around Tuscumbia, Alabama") found at . Also he has been listed as a son of Asa Cobb of Dutchess Co. N.Y. families]

[BI9835] [not recorded by Isaac Cobb]

[XI9840] [Lakenham Cemetery]

[XI9843] [Lakenham Cemetery]

[NI9889] Personal records of Richard Glen Packard.
10250 E. Fenimore Rd.
Mesa, AZ. 85207
(602) 380-1828
AzPack@aol.com
PZQL93A@prodigy.com

Personal records of Richard Glen Packard.
10250 E. Fenimore Rd.
Mesa, AZ. 85207
(602) 380-1828
AzPack@aol.com
PZQL93A@prodigy.com

[BI9948] [Frost: abt 1594]

[DI9949] [after 1690 (Frost)]

[BI9959] [Frost: 19 Mar. 1686]

[BI9960] [She may have been born in Halifax as her father was "of Halifax" and he had an estate there.]

[XI9963] [Old Burying Ground]

[XI9967] [Monponsett Lake Cemetery]

[XI9968] [Monponsett Lake Cemetery]

[NI9970] [Her name "has been listed as Ann, Anna, and Hannah"; no info on her 1st marriage to samuel Sturtevant, but known she married secondly John Bass.]

[NI9983] [a sister of Ann, wife of Edward Tilley]

[DI9984] ["after 9 July 1744", "before 3 March 1747"]

[XI9985] [Cole's Hill Burial Ground]

[DI9986] [between December 24, 1668 and December 24, 1684]

[XI9986] [Cole's Hill Burial Ground]

[BI10000] [probably Duxbury]

[NI10008] [ All children by Jedidiah in VR of Duxbury has as his wife (and mother of the children) "Abigail", yet no marriage event found to any "Abigail", only marriage to Sally Weston.[ J.S.B.'s mother was an "Abigail".]

[DI10008] [ Duxbury has "Jedidiah [h. Abigail], ____"  and "Jedidiah S., ch. John and Abigail, ___ "]

[NI10009] Barton   Salley   (age) 73   f(emale)  w(hite)  MA  w(idowed)
Domestic

[NI10010] [ aka John Bartin or orig. Barden ?
Mayflower Fam., Vol. III, p. 194.: "On 22 Sept. 1832 John Barton of Duxbury for one dollar and a bond to provide support and nursing gave all his property to John Bailey of Hanover"]

[DI10010] [also a John Bartin, "debility and age, Jan. 9, 1836, a. 79, C. R. 1", later than "John, h. Abigail" date]

[NI10011] [ Date of death listed as "6 Nov. 1807" in generation 5 of "The George Soule Family",#436,  pg. 194.]

[DI10011] [Date of death also listed as "6 Nov. 1807" in generation 5 of "The George Soule Family",#436,  pg. 194.]

[NI10012] Age and death in VR given as "June 21, 1761, a. 70 y. 4 mo." but not
exact with birth date given..if Moses born  Feb. 1680; prob. different
Moses' death.

[DI10012] Age and death in VR given as "June 21, 1761, a. 70 y. 4 mo." but not exact with birth date given  (if Moses born  Feb. 1680; then bad math).

[BI10020] 5 Dec.  (1698/1700?)

[DI10063] [as in Births, has her as "ch. Jedidiah S. and Abigail"]

[DI10071] [as in Births, has her as "ch. Jedidiah S. and Abigail"]

[NI10142] Pabodie is a variation of "Peabody" name, but listed as Pabodie in Mayflower Index.

Pabodie is a variation of "Peabody" name, but listed as Pabodie in
Mayflower Index.

Pabodie is a variation of "Peabody" name, but listed as Pabodie in Mayflower Index.

[DI10196] [or Plymouth, MA]

[NI10197] 1. Ancestral charts for others have John Pabodie's wife as Isabell
Harper (no vitals);
2. Her name given as "Isabell Brittains".

1. Ancestral charts for others have John Pabodie's wife as Isabell Harper (no vitals);
2. Her name given as "Isabell Brittains".

[NI10200] Var. of name of Peabody.

Var. of name of Peabody.

[DI10200] 3 Dec. or 13 Dec. 1707.

[XI10200] [Old Commons Cemetery]

[BI10212] [abt. 1645]?

[BI10222] [Nov. 1672? likely 1692]

[DI10225] "unm."

[NI10246] [< http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/jtrue/Darling.htm#Samuel3  >]

[XI10345] in the "Ancient Cemetery, Eastham".

[XI10354] in Old North Cemetery.

[NI10410] One source puts birth in 1682.

One source puts death as June 25, 1764.

[BI10410] One source puts birth in 1682 but given as twin to brother Joseph in MF2

[DI10410] One source puts death as June 25, 1764.

[XI10410] Old Cem., So. Duxbury, MA

[DI10411] [The Giles Mem.] gives date as "12 Sept, 1733, a. 95."

[BI10419] She was thought to have been born in Holland or England.

[XI10438] [Mayflower Cemetery]

[XI10439] [Mayflower Cemetery]

[XI10450] [Cedar Grove Cemetery]

[DI10476] [gravestone: 3 Oct. but record has 1 Oct.]

[DI10480] [bet 13 Nov 1744 and 7 Nov. 1749]

[NI10495] [Pickens Family: ]

[NI10501] [Three generations before Andrew Pickins at < http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~pickensarchive/NEF.html > New England Pickens Family. Descendants of Thomas PICKIN.]

[BI10569] had birth as in Eastham, but "Thomas Rogers, Pilgrim" places birth in Duxbury.

[NI10570]

[TAC      Joseph Rogers: His body was interred in Eastham, Barnstable County, Massachusetts 02642, USA.  Joseph was born circa 1610 in England or Holland.  He married Hannah NN----   before 1633 in Duxbury or Sandwich or Eastham, Massachusetts, USA.  Joseph died circa 1677 in Eastham, Barnstable County, Massachusetts 02642, USA, at approximately 67 years of age

[XI10570] Old Cove Burial Ground, Eastham, MA

[DI10572] [will written 19 April 1718, inventory taken 9 Mar 1718/19, will probated 19 June 1719]

[NI10583] First generation of a Rogers family in Mass.; a Pilgrim, with son Joseph, on Mayflower of 1620.

[DI10590] 9 Sep 1642?

[NI10591] [daughter of Jonathan Finney and Joanna Kinnecut ?]
[Spooner: dau. of John & Mary (Rogers) Finney; but MF #2 has different date of birth (4-11-1690) and different spouse(Nathan Davis)]

[BI10591] [Spooner: dau. of John & Mary (Rogers) Finney (as Phinney?)]

[NI10616] "came to Plymouth from Virginia" He married four times (second in 1808 to "Mercy, wid. og George Ellis")

[NI10617] [or Mary Holmes (Spooner Gen.)?]

[DI10633] [Spooner has year as 1757; MD has year as 1751]

[XI10636] [Old Burying Ground, First Church]

[BI10650] [found as gravestone record]

[DI10650] [found as gravestone record]

[XI10650] [recorded as Holbrook lot, Sumner St. Cemetery but in Vine Hill Cem./Oak Grove Cem. (off Summer St.) in a Holbrook lot]

[NI10651] [marriage record and gravestone record has "Victorene A."]

[BI10651] [found as gravestone record]

[DI10651] [found as gravestone record]

[XI10651] [recorded as Holbrook lot, Sumner St. Cemetery but in Vine Hill Cem./Oak Grove Cem. (off Summer St.) in a Holbrook lot]

[XI10669] [Hillcrest Cemetery]

[BI10674] [Giles: 27 Aug 1727]

[NI10681] [< http://www.rootsweb.com/~nyoswego/biographies/sampson2.html > : Lewis Sampson, son of John Sampson mentioned above, was born 5 March 1783 in Duxbury, MA. He married Mary (Polly) Weston, daughter of Joseph Weston, a Revolutionary Patriot whose lineage includes a Mayflower line to George Soule. This couple married at Duxbury. Sometime after 1810 they removed to Constantia and are included in the 1820 census at Constantia. More material on Lewis and other early Sampsons can be located in John Adams Vinton's The Giles Memorial, originally published in Boston, 1864. Lewis died at Constantia 5 June 1821 at age 68. He was buried at the Mexico Primitive Cemetery in a plot with his wife who remarried to Jared Blount, buried in the same plot. Mary (called Polly) and Jared were recorded in the 1850 Mexico US census living in the household of William Augustus Davis and his wife, Lucy Sampson, a daughter of Lewis and Mary Sampson.

and Dec. 22, 1786 in Bible record with marriage on 2/111811 (1801?)]

[XI10685] [Highland Cemetery, Rt. 18, Weymouth]

[XI10855] [Burial Hill]

[NI10880] [Martha Lazell?]

[BI10880] [probably different mother as Elizabeth Irish would be too old for her birth]

[BI10990] [calculated date]

[DI11025] ["Morse" provides year only]

[BI11042] ["Savery" has year as 1809]

[DI11045] [alive in 1855 census, aged 64]

[NI11113] In Holland, as William Simonzoon (Symonson)

[NI11153] See < http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Fields/4791/cadyfamilyct.html >: New England Families Genealogical and Memorial: Third Series, Volume III, by William Richard Cutter, 1915 - "The Cady Family "

[XI11161] [Old Plainfield Cemetery]

[DI11170] "aged about eighty years"

[NI11217] [Governor of Martha's Vineyard]

[NI11220] [Tupper: "(or Hudson)" ... Anne was a widow from Topsfield. Born, circa 1588, in England. Her birth date, not proven, may have been 1598."
Having a child in 1637, her birth was probably closer to 1598 than 1588]

[NI11226] [http://www.familyhistorypages.com/Perry.htm#EdP has this Perry family]

[BI11299] ["apparently" the same person]

[DI11299] [in the "winter"]

[NI11352] [Governor of Martha's Vineyard]

[DI11363] Died in sea battle in English channel.

[NI11392]

First wife was Sarah Jenkins, second was Mary ?Lnunknown? but which children had which mother is not known yet.

[NI11425] [Gravestone monument in Union Cemetery, No. Smithfield (at Woonsocket border) has the first six generations of the family line of Roger through Nathaniel]

[BI11447] [Kingsley Family book has birth in Providence but supposedly he was not there until at least 1649.]

[DI11467] [at sea]

[BI11487] [1633?]

[NI11495] [Originally found Nathaniel Atwood married, about 1683, Mary Morey (Mowry) (b. 1660, d. 5 Dec. 1736) but have manuscript copy re: John Atwood that has a correction that Mary Lucas was his wife (crossing out the Morey connection). Reference to Morey, p. 101-2; MD 2:23, American Genealogist, Vol. 32, p. 193; Vol. 41, p. 200]

[BI11501] ["Savery" has year as 1786]

[BI11506] [Shurtleff: 1724, Plympton]

[DI11531] [Feb. 2 per gravestone record]

[DI11550] [his wife died a widow but his death not in the records]

[DI11557] [age given at death makes birth 1773 and too young for marriage; either wrong age or wrong date]

[BI11656] ["the eleaventh day of (*) in the year: 1698/9"]

[BI11683] ["23 d., 12 mo., 1742"]

[DI11683] ["8 d., 3 mo., 1828"]

[NI11684] [Married secondly to Eli Haines (b. 14 JAN 1781) on 29 Nov. 1838 in Portland, Cumberland Co., Maine before her death in 1843]

[BI11684] ["2 mo., 1753"]

[DI11684] ["8 d., 9 mo., 1843"]

[BI11686] ["8 d., 11 mo., 1716"]

[BI11692] [in Windham per "Hall"]

[BI11695] ["2 d., 5 mo., 1751 O. S."]

[DI11710] "about 18??5"

[DI11712] "a. 92"

[NI11742] "of Falmouth, N.H."

[BI11749] [Otisfield, Maine VR has Aug. ---, 1761] but has full date as w. of Jonathan Smith]

[XI11751] [Scribner Cemetery]

[DI11752] [drowned in Long Pond Long Lake, Harrison, a. 70y, 6m & 21d (priv. rec'd) in VR]

[BI11757] [Only year 1748 in Otisfield birth record]

[NI11797] He may have married Mary Williamson on 17 Feb. 1723/4 (else another Samuel Sherman).

[DI11797] between 10 June 1760 (will) and 2 June 1764 (probate).

[BI11807] [original date mis-printed in book with date as 1804, when clearly 1704]

[NI11865] Seeweb site "www.ctol.net/~billw/webb.html" for Webb family.

[DI11866] [Record has last digit unknown (as "May 22, 188-"), might be different than 1880]

[XI11868] [Kents Hill Cemetery]

[DI11891] [Samson book has death in Middleboro; he lived in Middleboro from 1700  - 1708  but in Plymouth in 1705 and West Plymouth after 2/1715.]

[NI11902] [http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~wdwrth/Woodworth/d0000/g0000006.html#I 1758 ]

[BI11958] He was aged 21 years in 1634.

[DI11958] "No record of his death has been found"

[BI12000] [prob. Ipswich, MA]

[BI12026] in D.A.R. as 1786.

[DI12026] D.A.R.

[BI12027] also in D.A.R.

[DI12027] D.A.R.

[BI12028] D.A.R.

[BI12029] D.A.R.

[DI12029] D.A.R.

[BI12030] D.A.R.

[DI12030] D.A.R.

[BI12031] D.A.R.

[DI12031] D.A.R.

[BI12042] 14 Sept. 1666 [Carpenter]

[XI12042] Palmer River Cemetery.

[DI12049] or at Rehoboth, MA depending on actual date.

[NI12052] Bliss family Genealogy has the "information here about the Wheatley family ... from the Maiden Newton Parish Register and the "records of H. P. Wheatley" ".

[BI12064] [more likely 1642 or earlier]

[BI12084] [From Myra's death record at Attleboro City Clerk's office (8/16/2001).]

[BI12085] From Myra's death record at Attleboro City Clerk's office (8/16/2001).

[DI12086] ["Committed suicide by jumping into a well"]

[BI12087] [calculated date]

[DI12087] ["aged 70 (G. S.)"]

[BI12101] [handwritten addenda has parents "of Dorchester" so her birth there]

[DI12106] [1649 date has 9 crossed out and 7 added]

[NI12107] [her surname written in text after publication]

[DI12107] [Date of June 4, 1651when her will was exhibited, as well as her husband's]

[BI12110] [gravestone record]

[DI12110] [g.r.]

[XI12110] [in Woodlawn Cemetery, Rt. 152, Attleboro, MA (side of Smith family monument).]

[XI12112] [Oak Grove Cemetery]

[BI12146] [from http://www.taunton.itgo.com/bios.html - "born in Boston, October 8, 1645"]

[DI12147] [aft Mar 1732/33, bef 1745]

[DI12154] [His will was probated on this date]

[DI12155] 6/14/1757 by Emery

[BI12159] [21 Feb. or July of 1706]

[NI12161] "1637.   There was a  John Andrews in Charlestown, Mass."
"1657.   A John Andrews and wife Hannah bought land in Charlestown, Mass., of James Mirick, cooper, and Margaret, his wife; they sold this land in 1657, to John Knight."
"1676.   A John Andrews was taxed on ten houses in Boston."

[NI12168] Emery has Benjamin's father as Ichabod (ref. Supplement p. 10)

[NI12197] [According to book, no evidence that she was the daughter of William & Joane (Hucker) Harvey]

[BI12197] [from http://www.taunton.itgo.com/bios.html: "born in Boston, January 4, 1644"]

[NI12203] see "Family History - Ancestors of Russell Snow Hitchcock - 1620 - 1947" at OCHS.

[NI12205] [from http://www.taunton.itgo.com/bios.html: her name was Elizabeth "who married Nathaniel Thayer of Taunton"]

[DI12206] [also as 1726-27]

[BI12208] [bef 1633?]

[XI12218] [Westville Cemetery]

[NI12248] [He was part of the Taunton line of the Cobb families.- see Taunton line for ancestry on this website]

[XI12248] [Cobb-Babbitt Cemetery]

[NI12249] Age 86 at death in 1789.

16 April 1780 is date from Norton VR; yet date on gravestone is 6 April 1789; both agree with age of 86.

Gravestone seen 11 Aug. 1999 and times beforehand. However date of death reads "April 6th 1789" . Photo taken then.

[XI12249] [Cobb-Babbitt Cemetery]

[DI12251] "died Nov. 3, 1735" in Emery's "History of Taunton" but other sources have date as "Nov. 3, 1736".

[XI12251] North Burying Ground, Taunton, MA

[XI12252] North Burying Ground, Taunton, MA

[NI12255] [See < http://www.webpan.com/doutberg/genealogy/generations/TISDALE.HTML > for a Tisdale line]

[DI12255] "John Tisdill" (Tisdale) "Sen., kiled by the Indians"

[DI12257] [March 10, 1782?]

[DI12291] In that part of Taunton later Dighton (which was estab. 1712).

[NI12293] [A genealogy online of "Edward Bobet" Family of Mass. can be found at http://www.bobbittville.com/Bobet-Family.htm ]

[DI12293] [He was killed by Indians in King Phillip's War]

[BI12297] [28 Jul 1784 -  Family Archive #220,  "CD-ROM"]

[XI12310] [Raymond Hill Cemetery]

[XI12311] [Raymond Hill Cemetery]

[DI12329] ["History of Stonington" gives her date of death but as "aged 52 years" which would make her age 10 at marriage]

[DI12333] [in Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut?]

[NI12355] "Inf. from Sanford E. Cobb" on this family and other Cobb lines in CT

[BI12355] Dresden, Saxony (Germany)

[NI12362] "Inf. from Sanford E. Cobb" on this family and other Cobb lines in CT

[BI12362] Dresden, Saxony (Germany)

[XI12367] [Ivy Hill]

[BI12384] "born in Braintree but recorded in Dorchester".

[DI12388] "He died there 8 d. 9 mo. 1638 aged 76".

[XI12388] "North Burying Ground" but original stone with N.E.H.G.S. in Boston.

[NI12405] Note: much of the Stanton family (except where from and/or in addition to the Cobb History) herein is from the "Stanton Genealogy" of "http://www.genealogysf.com/stanton" which is based on the book of William A. Stanton's " A Record, Gen., Bio., Stat., of Thomas Stanton of Conn. and His Descendants, 1635 - 1891" (Albany, NY: Joel Munsell's Sons, 1891).

[BI12405] Stanton Genealogy of "http://www.genealogysf.com/stanton/".

[DI12405] see Stanton Genealogy of "http://www.genealogysf.com/stanton/".

[NI12411] of Preston, CT

[BI12433] "(22 Dec., according to the Noyes Genealogy)"

[NI12434] She married Samuel Cobb on 10 Dec. 1769 (in CT).

[NI12446] He left England with a wife and child, arrived by the ship "Martin" in July 1638 and proceeded to Providence, RI, as a contemporary of Roger Williams.

[NI12448] He was a governor of Rhode Island.

[NI12459] Basis of Noyes family herein from G. Robert Anderson's internet pages "Descendants of Rev. James and Sarah (Brown) Noyes" (1996, 1997).

[NI12460] Basis of Noyes family from G. Robert Anderson's "Descendants of Rev. James and Sarah (Brown) Noyes" (see note in husband James Noyes).

[NI12461] see http://geocities.com/heartland/cabin/4854/page.html

[NI12608] [Cleveland: "descendant of John Birdsey, Jr., of Stratford, Conn., 1635."]

[DI12709] ["in her 43d y."]

[XI12709] [burial in North Attleboro (then Attleboro), Mass.]

[BI12710] [Everett: "12 d. 4 mo. 1644" by second wife; yet first wife Mary was alive 3-6-1646, admitted to the church in Dedham with her husband (p. 13)]

[DI12710] [Everett book has her death as Dec. 28, 1677]

[XI12725] [gravestone broken in many pieces on ground near stone wall (but top with name in two pieces) at South Burial Ground, Plainville (earliest cemetery in Plainville, which was then part of Wrentham)]

[BI12726] "ye Latter end of Sept." 1720

[DI12726] ["1780 [P. R. 79], in his 59th y."]

[BI12736] 'March "25 or 26" 1724'

[BI12737] ["at Attleboro', December 7, 1702" per Leavitt (Starkey)]

[DI12740] [May 14, 1738 date by Leavitt (Starkey) (NS?)]

[NI12797] [Broderbund Family Archive #284, Ed. 1, Census Index, Massachusetts, 1870, Date of Import: Sep 11, 1997, Internal Ref. #1.284.1.12960.3]

Individual: Turner, George L.

Year: 1870
State: Massachusetts
County: Plymouth Co.
Location: Pembroke

National Archives series number: M593
National Archives microfilm number: 639
Microfilm page number: 18

[DI12797] ["Standard Certificate of Death", Pembroke, certified by town clerk; he had lived on No. Plain St.; death by "acute indigestion" (onset on 12/17/1931); widowed; [wife's name as Margaret Kane]; ceased work as Laborer in Sept. 1931; parents named; informant Helen A. Turner.]

[XI12797] [Mt. Pleasant Cemetery (per "Standard Certificate of Death", Pembroke, certified by town clerk); however, neither gravestone found, nor inscribed on parents' stone]

[NI12798] ["daughter of James Josselyn of Bridgeawater". She d. in Hanson,  ..." per "History of Hanover" book. Another copy in Hanson Library has  had "Johnson" written in pencil with Josselyn crossed out. However, do have her death record with her father as James G. Johnson. Her son George Turner's birth certificate with mother's name as Lucy Maria (Johnson) and his marriage certificate with mother's name as Lucy Johnson. Lucy Johnson also the name found in Bridgewater Historical Society (found first there under a Johnson genealogy)]

TURNER GENEALOGY notes George L.'s wife as "Lucy M. Josselyn" of
Bridgewater.
[Broderbund Family Archive #284, Ed. 1, Census Index, Massachusetts, 1870, Date of Import: Sep 11, 1997, Internal Ref. #1.284.1.12964.22]

Individual: Turner, Lucy

Year: 1870
State: Massachusetts
County: Plymouth Co.
Location: Pembroke

National Archives series number: M593
National Archives microfilm number: 639
Microfilm page number: 2


TURNER GENEALOGY notes George L.'s wife as "Lucy M. Josselyn" of Bridgewater.

TURNER GENEALOGY notes George L.'s wife as "Lucy M. Josselyn" of Bridgewater.

[BI12798] [Date from East Bridgewater record from town clerk (copy of birth record); 1855, Vol. 2, pg. 9; Reg. No. 2]

[DI12798] [Copy of record of death from Hanson; 1886, Book II, p. 37, No. 7]

[NI12799] Handwritten Johnson "Family Record" has birth as " E Bridgewater Augt
13 1830"

James C. died of pneumonia at age 41 on 2/12/1893 in Bridgewater; son
?? Death Records incomplete as to parents and their birth on all
records on that page; has birth as Maine. Not James G.

James G.: age 25, shoe maker
Sarah J. : age 24

James G.: age 34, shoe maker
Sarah J. : age 34
Lucy M. : age 9
Mary E. : age 7
Henry A. : age 15
[Broderbund Family Archive #284, Ed. 1, Census Index, Massachusetts, 1870, Date of Import: Sep 11, 1997, Internal Ref. #1.284.1.6883.70]

Individual: Johnson, James

Year: 1870
State: Massachusetts
County: Plymouth Co.
Location: Bridgewater

National Archives series number: M593
National Archives microfilm number: 638
Microfilm page number: 21

[BI12799] [Handwritten Johnson "Family Record" has birth as " E Bridgewater Augt 13 1830" (Bridgewater Historical)]

[DI12799] [ Place of death listed as "Mass General Hospital", which is in Boston. His death was caused by "Oedema of Lungs". His parents are listed as well as place of burial, but not cemetery name. Also recorded in S79th Annual Report of the Town Officers and Committees of the Town of Hanson For The Year 1899.T  [Plymouth: The Memorial Press, 1900]; (p.40)  Deaths Recorded in Hanson in 1898]

[There was a James C. died of pneumonia at age 41 on 2/12/1893 in Bridgewater; son ?? ]

[NI12800] [ AKA Sarah J. Stewart; near her gravesite in East Bridgewater is a larger monument with James G. Stuart, died  Dec. 10, 1865; wife Sophia T. Stuart, died Nov. 17, 1883 (second wife?) and Dora P., Mary Alice and Rebecca listed as their children]

[DI12800] [Copy of record of death from Hanson. Father's name unknown. Age at death given as 63 y., 1 mo., 21 days; death due to "albuminairia"; birth at Eastport, Me.; died at Hanson, buried in E. B.  [Record also found in Deaths Recorded in Hanson In 1894 (AR For The Year 1894), p. 38]

[NI12801] Age at death on reg. as 81 y., 10 mo., 5 days exactly matches date of birth.

[Broderbund Family Archive #284, Ed. 1, Census Index, Massachusetts, 1870, Date of Import: Sep 11, 1997, Internal Ref. #1.284.1.6911.9]

Individual: Johnson, Zebina

Year: 1870
State: Massachusetts    County: Plymouth Co.       Location: Kingston

National Archives series number: M593     National Archives microfilm number: 638
Microfilm page number: 38

1840 MA Census (Page 1287):  Name       State County Location     Page Year
                 Johnson, Zebina  MA     PLYMOUTH CO. E BRIDGEWATER 168 1840
(FTM's GenealogyLibrary.com, 5-2-1999  search)

[DI12801] Age at death on reg. as 81 y., 10 mo., 5 days exactly matches date of birth.

[XI12801] [gravestone fixed as split showing; "Zebina Johnson died Nov. 17, 1873: E 81 yrs 10 mo & 5 days"]

[NI12802] Death reg. has her name as Lucy Johnson, her father as  ------
Johnson; no maiden name in (  ) ; no name for mother; died of
"marasmus" at age 69.

Johnson Family Record (copy from Bridg. Hist. Soc.) has Lucy's birth
in Medford; death reg. has Boston as place of birth.

Death reg. has her name as Lucy Johnson, her father as  ------ Johnson; no maiden name in (  ) ; no name for mother; died of "marasmus" at age 69.

Death reg. has her name as Lucy Johnson, her father as  ------ Johnson; no maiden name in (  ) ; no name for mother; died of "marasmus" at age 69.

[BI12802] [Johnson Family Record (copy from Bridg. Hist. Soc.) has Lucy's birth in Medford; death reg. has Boston as place of birth. Her son James' death record has her birth in Medford.]

[DI12802] [Her death record has birthplace as Boston; her father's name as  ---- Johnson, birthplace blank; mothers name blank, birthplace blank]

[XI12802] [broken gravestone (2 pioeces) apparently fix had been tried; "Lucy wife of Zebina Johnson died Nov. 21, 1860: AE 69 yrs 6 mo & 17 days"]

[NI12803] Died 1836 per Mitchell's "History of Bridgewater", p. 212.

1840 MA Census:     Johnson, Josiah  MA NORFOLK CO. SHARON 181 1840 : evidently diff. person

[DI12803] [Died 1836 per Mitchell's "History of Bridgewater", p. 212. [pg. 205 in 1997 edition] but as 1834 in VR]

[NI12804] ADied "of bilious cholic" at age 26.

[DI12804] [Died "of bilious cholic" at age 26]

[NI12806] Died  "suddenly by bleeding at the stomach".

[DI12806] Died  "suddenly by bleeding at the stomach".

[NI12809] LDS Ancestral File says "Solomon Packard b. 20 Mar 1689 Bridgewater,
Plymouth
Co
MA, p. Zaccheus Packard & Sarah Howard, m. Sarah Lathrop 16 Nov 1715
Bridgewater, Plymouth Co MA, d. 1723".

VRBM says "Solomon Packard b. 20 Mar 1689, p. Zacheus & Sarah, m.
Sarah
Lathrop 16 Nov 1715".

HESB says "Solomon Packard b. 1689, p. Zacheus Packard & Sarah Howard,
m.
Sarah Lathrop 1715, m. Susanna Kingman, m. Dorothy ? (wid. of Mark
Perkins)
1760".

PIEMF says "Solomon Packard b. 20 Mar 1689 Bridgewater, Plymouth Co
MA, p.
Zaccheus Packard & Sarah Howard, m. 16 Nov 1705".

PIEMD says "Solomon Packard b. 20 Mar 1689 Bridgewater MA, p. Zaccheus
Packard
& Sarah Howard, m. Sarah Lathrop 16 Nov 1715, m.Susannah Kingman, m.
Dorothy ?
(widow of Mark Perkins) 5 Oct 1760, d. 1782".

PAFA says "Solomon Packard b. 20 Mar 1689 Bridgewater, p. Zacheus
Packard &
Sarah Howard, m. Sarah Lathrop 16 Nov 1715, m. Susanna Kingman, m.
Dorothy
Whipple Perkins 5 Oct 1760".

"Nash Family History" says "Solomon Packard b. 20 Mar 1689 West
Bridgewater
MA, p. Zaccheus Packard & Sarah Howard, m. Sarah Lathrop 16 Nov 1715,
m.
Susannah Kingman 1718, m. Dorothy Whipple 1760, d. 2 Feb 1777
Bridgewater MA".

LDS Ancestral File says "Solomon Packard b. 20 Mar 1689 Bridgewater, Plymouth
Co
MA, p. Zaccheus Packard & Sarah Howard, m. Sarah Lathrop 16 Nov 1715
Bridgewater, Plymouth Co MA, d. 1723".

VRBM says "Solomon Packard b. 20 Mar 1689, p. Zacheus & Sarah, m. Sarah


Lathrop 16 Nov 1715".

HESB says "Solomon Packard b. 1689, p. Zacheus Packard & Sarah Howard, m.
Sarah Lathrop 1715, m. Susanna Kingman, m. Dorothy ? (wid. of Mark Perkins)
1760".

PIEMF says "Solomon Packard b. 20 Mar 1689 Bridgewater, Plymouth Co MA, p.
Zaccheus Packard & Sarah Howard, m. 16 Nov 1705".

PIEMD says "Solomon Packard b. 20 Mar 1689 Bridgewater MA, p. Zaccheus Packard
& Sarah Howard, m. Sarah Lathrop 16 Nov 1715, m.Susannah Kingman, m. Dorothy ?
(widow of Mark Perkins) 5 Oct 1760, d. 1782".

PAFA says "Solomon Packard b. 20 Mar 1689 Bridgewater, p. Zacheus Packard &
Sarah Howard, m. Sarah Lathrop 16 Nov 1715, m. Susanna Kingman, m. Dorothy
Whipple Perkins 5 Oct 1760".

"Nash Family History" says "Solomon Packard b. 20 Mar 1689 West Bridgewater
MA, p. Zaccheus Packard & Sarah Howard, m. Sarah Lathrop 16 Nov 1715, m.
Susannah Kingman 1718, m. Dorothy Whipple 1760, d. 2 Feb 1777 Bridgewater MA".

LDS Ancestral File says "Solomon Packard b. 20 Mar 1689 Bridgewater, Plymouth
Co
MA, p. Zaccheus Packard & Sarah Howard, m. Sarah Lathrop 16 Nov 1715
Bridgewater, Plymouth Co MA, d. 1723".

VRBM says "Solomon Packard b. 20 Mar 1689, p. Zacheus & Sarah, m. Sarah


Lathrop 16 Nov 1715".

HESB says "Solomon Packard b. 1689, p. Zacheus Packard & Sarah Howard, m.
Sarah Lathrop 1715, m. Susanna Kingman, m. Dorothy ? (wid. of Mark Perkins)
1760".

PIEMF says "Solomon Packard b. 20 Mar 1689 Bridgewater, Plymouth Co MA, p.
Zaccheus Packard & Sarah Howard, m. 16 Nov 1705".

PIEMD says "Solomon Packard b. 20 Mar 1689 Bridgewater MA, p. Zaccheus Packard
& Sarah Howard, m. Sarah Lathrop 16 Nov 1715, m.Susannah Kingman, m. Dorothy ?
(widow of Mark Perkins) 5 Oct 1760, d. 1782".

PAFA says "Solomon Packard b. 20 Mar 1689 Bridgewater, p. Zacheus Packard &
Sarah Howard, m. Sarah Lathrop 16 Nov 1715, m. Susanna Kingman, m. Dorothy
Whipple Perkins 5 Oct 1760".

"Nash Family History" says "Solomon Packard b. 20 Mar 1689 West Bridgewater
MA, p. Zaccheus Packard & Sarah Howard, m. Sarah Lathrop 16 Nov 1715, m.
Susannah Kingman 1718, m. Dorothy Whipple 1760, d. 2 Feb 1777 Bridgewater MA".

[NI12816] [Date confirmed in "Suffolk Boston Deaths Index"]

[BI12816] [So. Abington name was changed to Whitman; certified copy of birth record 5/30/2003]

[DI12818] [she and her husband were killed by Indians]

[NI12819]

Re: Thomas & Anne Pope from Plymouth,MA
Posted by Tracy Hogan on February 06, 1998 at 09:47:57:
In Reply to: Thomas & Anne Pope from Plymouth,MA posted by Jeff Besser on January 26, 1998 at 16:37:56:
        Thomas Pope was b. 1608 and died in Dartmouth Mass in October 1683. He marr. first Ann(dau. of Gabriel and Catherine Fallowell) on Jan 28, 1637. He marr. second in Plymouth Sarah Jenney(dau of John and Sarah(Carey) Jenney) on May 19 1646. Thomas and Anne had only the one child Hannah b. 1839. Thomas and Sarah had the following:Seth, Susannah,Thomas, Sarah, John, Joanna, and Isaac.

[BI12834] [approximate date from age given at death in VR]

[NI12835] [Burial behind James and Sarah Johnson 's gravestone, so likely child but haven't seen birth record]

[XI12865] [Lakenham Cemetery]

[DI13042] ["Descendants of William Shurtleff: "aged two or three years"]

[XI13156] [Lakenham Cemetery]

[XI13157] [Lakenham Cemetery]

[XI13188] [Union Cemetery]

[DI13295] [Shurtleff: "abroad"]

[NI13466] The Tracy Genealogy, p. 19.

[DI13466] The Tracy Genealogy, p. 19.

[NI13469] Var. of Scate : Scale, Scott;
Family name in Boston records started as "Scate", changed into Skate",
then "Skeath"; Rebecca's parents' name given as Skeath in her record.

Var. of Scate : Scale, Scott;
Family name in Boston records started as "Scate", changed into Skate", then "Skeath"; Rebecca's parents' name given as Skeath in her record.

Var. of Scate : Scale, Scott;
Family name in Boston records started as "Scate", changed into Skate", then "Skeath"; Rebecca's parents' name given as Skeath in her record.

[NI13471] THE TRACY GENEALOGY, p. 24; [1936]

[DI13471] THE TRACY GENEALOGY, p. 24; [1936]

[NI13472] Death  as Aug. 5, 1669 [with will made Aug. 2, prob. Sept. 16, 1669].
Death also given as June 1665 but contrary to above will.

[DI13472] [Death  as Aug. 5, 1669 [with will made Aug. 2, prob. Sept. 16, 1669].
Death also given as June 1665 but contrary to above will.]

[NI13477] THE TRACY GENEALOGY, p. 24; [1936]

[DI13479] [Alternate: in Sandwich, Mass., 2 May 1648 (Allen Gen.)]

[NI13491] < http://www.sail1620.org/discover_biography_isaac_allerton_in_marblehead_new_amsterdam_and_new_haven.shtml >

[NI13502] Age 29, shoe maker; birth:
Pembroke, MA
wife: Elizabeth C. age 21; birth: Duxbury
children: George L., age 4; birth: Duxbury
James M., age 2; birth: Pembroke
also Nancy, aged 70, birth: Duxbury

George W., age 38, shoe maker; Elizabeth C., age 30, housewife;
children: George Leroy, age 14; James M., age 12; Ella C., age 9;
Helen A., age 5; Henry O., age 3

[DI13502] [Death certificate; cause: Epethelioma of Face; occupation: farmer; wife not listed, parents listed]

[XI13502] [Mt. Pleasant Cemetery in that part of Pembroke known as Bryantville]

[NI13504] Record of death in Hanover: No. 10, age at death placed at 66 y., 10
mo.; died of "lung fever"; farmer; widower;

[DI13504] [Record of death in Hanover: No. 10, age at death placed at 66 y., 10 mo.; died of "lung fever"; farmer; widower; Hanover History book (see source) has date May 17, 1869]

[NI13505] Death registration gives married name as Nancy O. (Tamer) Turner.

Death recorded in Hanover and Abington; place of death in Abington; died of paralysis; age given as 66 in Hanover; as 60 in Abington; Abington record has parents listed as George and Nancy.
Living with George W. Turner's family at census; age 70.
At Alms House (paupers & insane) at census; listed as pauper; age 79 and widowed. No further info on her husband except marriage date in records.

Death registration gives married name as Nancy O. (Tamer) Turner.

Death registration gives married name as Nancy O. (Tamer) Turner.

[DI13505] [Death recorded in Hanover and Abington; place of death in Abington; died of paralysis; age given as 66 in Hanover; as 60 in Abington; Abington record has parents listed as George and Nancy.][Died of paralysis from cancer at "Alms House"][Nancy O. Turner in Abington, Aug. 26, 1868, of paralysis, aged 60y 18d]

[NI13509] In Pembroke VR as "Betty Perry".

Birth date 1749 per age of death on gravestone.

Genealogies in "History of Hanover" gives her death as 12/30/1815; but
gravestone (next to Amos') has death as 11/30/1815.

Gravestone gives death date as Nov. 30, 1815, at 66 years.

In Pembroke VR as "Betty Perry".

In Pembroke VR as "Betty Perry".

[BI13509] Birth date 1749 per age of death on gravestone.

[DI13509] [Genealogies in "History of Hanover" gives her death as 12/30/1815; but gravestone (next to Amos') has death as 11/30/1815.]

[XI13509] Gravestone gives death date as Nov. 30, 1815, at 66 years.

[NI13510] In FHS m'fiche, birth listed as 3/23/1700, 3/23/1701 in Scituate;
christening as 10 July 1709.

[BI13510] In FHS m'fiche, birth listed as 3/23/1700, 3/23/1701 in Scituate; christening as 10 July 1709.

[BI13511] [Birth recorded in Pembroke; baptism in Scituate; death at 86 yrs. in 1805; birth int 1719; bapt. in 1720]

[NI13512] [Major Amos Turner lived fifty rods north of Stockbridge's mill and Mansion]

[XI13512] [Buried in First Parish Cem., Scituate Harbor]

[XI13513] [Buried in First Parish Cem., Scituate Harbor]

[NI13514] "John Turner, probably from Braintree, was clerk of the iron-works, or


forge, and his daughter became the wife of Richard Godfrey, and the
mother of that branch of the Godfrey family herein noticed."
Mr. & Mrs. Turner were the parents of thirteen children. [Rep. Fam.
...]

"John Turner, probably from Braintree, was clerk of the iron-works, or forge, and his daughter became the wife of Richard Godfrey, and the mother of that branch of the Godfrey family herein noticed."
Mr. & Mrs. Turner were the parents of thirteen children. [Rep. Fam. ...]

[BI13516] [in Pembroke or Hanover, MA]

[BI13518] [1831 as Cemetery record]

[XI13518] [Centre Cemetery]

[BI13520] [date as 12/29/1841 as FNU Turner in Vital but also have Nancy A., b. 12/29/1842 in History; likely and assumed as same persons as a few other children's birth dates off by one year]

[DI13525] [or Hanover]

[BI13546] ["at Jones River"]

[BI13553] [different date in "History"]

[XI13561] [Fern Hill]

[DI13568] [gravestone record]

[XI13568] [with her parents at Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Bryantville section of Pembroke; 1928 date there]

[DI13569] [George was widower at his death in 1931 with wife Margaret Kane named]

[DI13578] [cemetery record]

[XI13578] [Center Cemetery]

[XI13622] [Fern Hill Cemetery]

[BI13625] [calculated date]

[XI13627] [Fern Hill Cemetery]

[BI13633] [On one side with birth of 1877 with second husband; also on side with birth 1878 with third and last (?) husband]

[BI13641] [Birth not likely in 1647 but rather in 1648 or 1649 ("Josepth") as duplicate record has since previous birth in Sept. 1646]

[BI13651] [Cemetery record]

[DI13651] [Cemetery record]

[XI13651] [Centre Cemetery]

[BI13652] [Year drom cemetery photo; date calculated from age in source]

[DI13652] [1881 from cemetery photo; date from source]

[XI13652] [Centre Cemetery, with parents]

[NI13693] Essex, Eng.... ?   Kent from gravestone record.

[BI13693] [Essex, Eng.... ?   Kent, Eng. from gravestone record.]

[DI13729] [13 Aug 1657, Scituate]

[NI13783] Sister of Experience Mitchell;  2nd marriage to John Briggs of
Portsmouth, RI in 1662.

Sister of Experience Mitchell;  2nd marriage to John Briggs of Portsmouth, RI in 1662.

[NI13790] [Linked (probably incorrectly) as a child of John & Mary (Lewis) Bryant of Scituate]

[NI13791] Recorded as both "Mary Highland", and "Mary Hilland"

Recorded as both "Mary Highland", and "Mary Hilland"

[BI13793] ["... daughter of George Lewis of Scituate, afterwards of Barnstable."]

[BI13809] [England or Scituate, MA]

[NI14045] In Holland, as William Simonzoon (Symonson)

[BI14104] [Cemetery record]

[DI14104] [Cemetery record]

[XI14104] [Centre Cemetery, one side of 4-sided stone with daughter & S. Nathan Turner]

[DI14111] [June 8, 1845 in Poorhouse per private record]

[DI14135] [aged 75, tombstone; but different date by D. M. Harding: 3/8/1816]

[NI14140] "of Biddeford, Me."

[NI14150] [BOSTON family!; Family also given in "Cobb Family History - 1620" (2 pages in Cobb folder of "Reed Collection" in Westboro (MA) Library]

[Family also given in "Cobb Family History - 1620" (2 pages in Cobb folder of "Reed Collection" in Westboro (MA) Library]

[DI14150] [also as Feb. 9, 1768: "Thomas, died 9 February, 1768, aged 76 years."]

[XI14150] Old North Cemetery, aka Old North Burying Ground, Truro.

[XI14151] Old North Cemetery, aka Old North Burying Ground, Truro.

[BI14567] [calculated: g.r.: aged 73 years, 3 months, 26 days]

[NI14572] [!Shepard ("Gov. Bradford...") has her as a daughter of John and Elizabeth Rogers (p. 90)]

[NI14594] A "John Rogers and Hannah Sprague" married " December 11: 1700 " in
Marshfield, MA; date close to this J. Rogers' marriage to Hannah
------ in 1701.

A "John Rogers and Hannah Sprague" married " December 11: 1700 " in Marshfield, MA; date close to this J. Rogers' marriage to Hannah ------ in 1701.

A "John Rogers and Hannah Sprague" married " December 11: 1700 " in Marshfield, MA; date close to this J. Rogers' marriage to Hannah ------ in 1701.

[NI14597] P.C.R., p. 20: "Rhode King, the daughter of Thomas Kinge ..."

[DI14644] [S91st Annual Report of the Town Officers and Committees of the Town of Hanson For The Year 1911.T  [Plymouth: The Memorial Press, 1912]; (p. 70)  Deaths Recorded in Hanson in 1911; aged 20 hours]

[BI14645] [S88th Annual Report of the Town Officers and Committees of the Town of Hanson For The Year 1908.T  [Plymouth: The Memorial Press, 1909]; (p. 60) Births Recorded in Hanson in 1908.]

[NI14651] "Susan" ?
Per VR Scituate, Thomas' wife Sarah died June 6, 1652.

"Susan" ?
Per VR Scituate, Thomas' wife Sarah died June 6, 1652.

[NI14661]

Emigrated in ship "Truelove" from London, Sep 1635

[NI14669] June 1679 ??

[BI14674] [Boston?]

[DI14784] [gravestone]

[BI14787] [or 1767]

[BI14797] [calculated]

[DI14798] [Deaths Registered in Plymouth In 1947; p. 88; aged 77-6-2]

[XI14801] [Sagamore Cemetery]

[BI14804] [stillborn; ref. Isaac Cobb's "Cobb Genealogy"]

[BI14805] [stillborn; ref. Isaac Cobb's "Cobb Genealogy"]

[BI14811] [Date as 1 Jun 1817 (per Isaac Cobb's "Genealogy") but likely incorrect as gravestone (if correctly transcribed) has Jan. 1, 1817]

[XI14811] [Highland Lake Cemetery]

[NI14818] [Book has different parents for him ("Timothy, son of Ephraim and Sarah (Parke) Cobb" with same marriage)]

[DI14819] [in earlier censuses but not in 1850 census there.]

[BI14820] [Date not given; estimated date used]

[BI14827] [from 1850 census]

[BI14828] [from 1850 census]

[BI14829] [calculated -aged 68 yr. 11 mo. at death]

[DI14833] ["Cobb Genealogy" has year as 1831; Hawkes has 1830 date; gravestone has Feb 19, 1831]

[DI14838] ["Hawkes" has July 13; gravestone has July 23]

[NI14844] [married in Oct. 1869, [probably a daughter of] Abraham Piles]

[XI14852] [Chase Cemetery]

[DI14853] [1848?]

[XI14853] [Chase Cemetery]

[DI14855] [As Feb 28, 1818 per Isaac Cobb but as Feb 22, 1818 per "Windham...Past"]

[NI14856] [Query on her ancestry]

[BI14858] [now as Deering, Maine]
[1782 per "Windham ..." with thas his and Lydia's dates reversed from other record]

[BI14861] ["Hawkes" has date as July 6, 1799]

[BI14863] [in Gorham per Cobb]

[XI14868] [Chase Cemetery]

[XI14869] [Chase Cemetery]

[XI14870] [Chase Cemetery]

[XI14872] [Chase Cemetery]

[XI14873] [Chase Cemetery]

[BI14874] ["Hawkes" gives "1854" as date of birth]

[XI14874] [Chase Cemetery]

[XI14886] [Hillside Cemetery, Little Falls, Gorham]

[BI14930] [calc.]

[XI14934] ["South Parish Cemetery, ...(now Norwell)"]

[NI14938] [Williams Collamore had a descendant who married a Cobb of the Taunton line.]

[XI14938] [Fern Hill]

[NI14939] [doctor in Boston in 1900]

[DI14950] [killed by Indians]

[BI14965] [9-13-1778 (Isaac Cobb)]

[XI14965] [Union Cemetery: Cobb, Sylvanus, died November 21, 1836, age 57 years.]

[NI14969] Also posted December 05, 1998 by Thomas L. Cobb at Warren Genforum
< http://genforum.genealogy.com/cgi-bin/pageload.cgi?Daniel, MA::warren::719.html >
as: Looking for information on the Warren Family of Deerfield and Conway, MA. Elizabeth Warren (1751 - 1831) married Sylvanus Cobb (1747 - 1813) in March 1772. She may have been the daughter of Daniel and Martha Warren of Westborough, MA.

Yet Coolidge Genforum posting on May 01, 1999 at
< http://genforum.genealogy.com/coolidge/messages/62.html > by Ray Isbell has
"Does anyone have the ancestry of Martha Coolidge who married Samuel Warren (b. 6 Nov 1712 in Watertown, son of Daniel Warren III & Hannah Bigelow) and moved to Grafton and later to Lanesboro, Berkshire Co., Mass.?
I assume she probably descended from John Coolidge (1604-91) & wife Mary Ravens who came to Watertown from England."
In followup by Chris Dunham gave sources:  "The authentic sources are cited in Michael J. Wood's article, "The English Origins of Grace (Ravens) (Sherman) (Rogers) Porter and Mary (Ravens) Coolidge of Watertown, Mass.," The American Genealogist, 62: 65-77, 161-170 [see also "More on Mary Ravens, wife of John Coolidge," The American Genealogist, 64: 44]."

[DI14974] [also see NEHGS Reg. Volume 33, Page 321]

[XI15051] [North Dennis]]

[XI15089] [in Falmouth, Maine aka Westbrook now as Deering]

[DI15091] [Lee, Maine: "at nearly 100 years of age"; "Cobb Genealogy" has date of Jan. 31, 1858]]

[NI15100] [see Boston line for her Cobb ancestry]

[BI15100] [11 May 1730?]

[NI15107] [of the Cobb line from Boston (MA)]

[NI15108] [name may also be as Gross]

[XI15120] [Cove Buring Ground]

[DI15202] [Massachusetts, Death Records, 1841-1915, Massachusetts, Town and Vital Records, 1620-1988]

[BI15249] [1734 by age given at death]

[DI15249] [Age given as 59 in "Annals of Warren", whick made her birth as 1734]

[NI15252] [name used in the Copeland book]

[DI15265] ["An entry in Parson Smith's Journal in 1776, says, SMajor Berry died aged 70 years.T The town records of Falmouth were destroyed by fire in 1849"]

[BI15274] [There was a Sarah Hastings born in Cambridge, 10-17-1714, of Jonathan and Sarah, but no record of Sarah, dau. of Daniel there other than sources found]

[BI15277] ["on the passage to America"]

[BI15327] [Per John Atwood ms: 9-3-1778; per MD (Williams): 9-3-1779]

[XI15328] [Article gives burial as "19 May 1840" which was 16 years before his death. Possibly Feb. 1856 or March 19, 1856 burial. A May burial would be after the re-burial date in April. He was re-buried in Middleboro on 19 April 1856]

[DI15348] [In 1730, she was appointed guardianship of her 2 minor (under 14 yrs.) children; she was not likely living in 1749 when her father's property in Middleboro was sold by her children]

[NI15354] [Supposedly (recorded) he married Sarah Bartlett, dau. of John & Sarah (Cobb) Bartlett; but she married  Jabez Cobb. See < http://babbage.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/scituate/rr02/rr02_208.html#P50763 > ]

[BI15354] [Spooner: 1721]

[DI15375] [12 Mar 1842 per Cobb Genealogy (Isaac Cobb), however "Pioneer History of Camden, Oneida County, New York" (1897) places child Henry by this marriage before her death (date not given) and other children from his seconfd marriage]

[XI15375] [Mexico Street Cemetery]

[DI15382] [now as Maine]

[DI15400] [widow]

[BI15410] [gravestone record (year only)]

[NI15411] [prob. child of Alvan Vaughan and Sarah Ripley of Plympton and Warren, ME (Plympton's Vaughan family); married Polly Cobb of the Boston family line]

[BI15411] [gravestone record]

[XI15411] [Mount Vernon Cemetery]

[BI15413] [gravestone record (year only)]

[BI15416] [gravestone record (year only)]

[NI15424]

In Holland, as William Simonzoon (Symonson)

[DI15438] ["died quite young, leaving two daughters"]

[DI15439] ["died there at the age of seventy-seven"]

[NI15441] [Isaac Cobb's Genealogy (V. 1: 45) has this Gershom Cobb as Gershom Cobb, son of Gershom & Miriam (Thomas) Cobb, but he was born 2/4/1739 not 9/27/1766. His daughter married in 1827, thus not the same Gershom (1 generation missing). Most likely he was the Gershom Cobb, a son of Thomas Cobb, whose family moved to Woodstock, VT]

[BI15442] ["Woodstock": 22 Jul 1768; MD: 28 July 1768]

[NI15465] [
...the ROGERS family which settled in Windham, Cumberland County, Maine.
GERSHOM ROGERS and wife, SARAH WAITE BANGS ROGERS moved from Falmouth (now Portland) Maine to Windham sometime about 1775-76. Recorded children (whose births appear in various vital records documents) include: (1) DESIRE, who married Nicholas Cobb; (2) SARAH, who married Isaiah Hacker; (3) AMOS, who married Anna Mayberry 10 children; (4) ISAAC, who married (1) Hepsibah Jordan 9 children and (2) Hannah Crockett; (5) WILLIAM, who married Hannah Mitchell 8 children.]

[XI15466] [Cobb Plot]

[DI15477] [his wife was listed as married when she died]

[DI15499] [also given as burial date]

[BI15552] [Hardwick record has date as Feb. 16, 1750; "Newton" has date as Feb. 16, 1750-51]

[DI15552] "No probate settlement of his estate".

[BI15553] [She was supposedly born in Springfield, MA or Greenwich, MA (no record there)]

[DI15553] ["Nov. 20 (Nov. 26, G.R.2), a. 92 y."]

[BI15556] ["Newton Gen.": in Rochester, Mass.]

[DI15568] [Obit: The Brockton Enterprise, p. B13, Friday, June 14, 2002 - "Marjorie Bradford Cobb, 87, retired teacher in Brockton" - "Thursday morning at Braemoor Rehabilitation and Nursing Center"]

[XI15568] [Melrose Cemetery]

[DI15569] [Obit: (Marjorie) "was a sister of the late Barbara A. Albaugh"]

[XI15632] [Sagamore Cemetery]

[BI15641] [calculated date]

[DI15641] ["aged 65 years, 2 months, and 28 days"]

[DI15662] [Deaths Registered in Plymouth In 1944; p. 67; aged 74-6-4]

[DI15675] ["his inventory was returned to the Probate office, Nov. 7, 1706."]

[NI15680] ["He followed the sea"]

[NI15684] "The Halls of Medford" (part of "The Halls of New England") gives Lois H.'s death as 1801, but Moody Hall re-married in 1810, and 3 children were born between 1801 -1806. Perhaps she died aft 1806?

[DI15685] ["Halls": July 1797; "Cornish": Sept. 22, 1797]

[NI15694] She was the widow of [ ?] Palphrey and mother of son John Palphry at marriage with George Willis.

[BI15695] [Note difference in date of birth per "Cornish": 2 May 1793; "Fairbanks, 3rd ed." & "Halls": 2 May 1792]

[BI15707] See

[DI15708] see

[DI15710] ["4th, 2 mo. 1718 [d. Joseph Austin of Hampton and Dover]"]

[BI15711] [1605 date (p. 19) has proved not to be likely but 1609 was adopted in 1881]

[BI15723] ["25th, 6 mo. 1753"]

[DI15723] ["29th, 10 mo. 1835" (P.R. per VR)]

[DI15724] ["Coffin, ___, w. Brown, ___, 7 mo. 1807. C. R. 4. [Deborah, w. Brown, ... 19th, 7 mo., P. R. 38]"]

[DI15727] [22nd or 29th of Dec. per private records (VR)]

[BI15728] [No date given in private record there (VR)]

[BI15729] [9/12/1684?]

[DI15730] ["13th, 12 mo. 1730"]

[NI15732] [Lydia Gardner?]

[NI15743] [Married Phebe Church, 12/3/1812 (Isaac Cobb)]

[DI15745] [by drowning]

[NI15748] [He was probably the Samuel M. Cobb in the census, aged 60, in Amador Co., CA (born in Mass. as were his parents)]

[BI15749] [g.s.: 1811]

[XI15749] [New North Cemetery]

[XI15753] [New North Cemetery]

[BI15755] [calculated]

[NI15770] [In Nantucket VR, Macy also as Maxcy, Maxy, Maxey]

[NI15785] [Macy also found as Maxcy. Maxy, Maxey]

[BI15789] [From Halifax Co., Nova Scotia, Canada per marriage record, same as child, but family from Nantucket; prob. born in Nantucket]

[BI15807] [8 Children 1675 - 1689][10-14-1655?]

[BI15813] [P.R.: 26th, 8 mo.]

[BI15816] ["Prince of Isle of Wight, ...3d, 10 mo. 1732"]

[DI15816] [Private record had "14th, 1 mo. 1779" (VR)]

[XI15832] [New North Cemetery]

[XI15833] [New North Cemetery]

[BI15836] [g.s.: 11 April 1847]

[XI15836] [New North Cemetery]

[XI15837] [New North Cemetery]

[BI15838] [16th, 10 mo. 1763]

[NI15850] [Name also found as Batchelder]

[BI15867] [private records have different dates]

[BI15870] [10th, 4 mo.1711]

[NI15879] ["Came to Nant. in 1663"]

[DI15882] [19th, 1 mo. 1762]

[DI15883] [14th, 3 m. (1762)]

[XI15886] [New North Cemetery]

[XI15887] [New North Cemetery]

[XI15892] [New North Cemetery]

[BI15893] [calculated]

[DI15893] [13 September 1848]

[XI15893] [New North Cemetery]

[BI15918] [either aged 21 yrs., 9 mo. or 21 y. and 3 mo. at death per VR]

[NI15951] For further info:
Edward the Emigrant's sons, Edward (b. 1617), John (b. 1625), and
Moses (b. 1630):
"The story of the Gilmans and a Gilman Genealogy of the descendants of
Edward Gilman of Hingham, England, 1550 - 1950";  Constance Le Neve
Gilman Ames; 200 pp.;1996.

[BI16042] [Nahum was twelfth child of thirteen]

[BI16068] ["Cobb Genealogy" has date as Oct. 8, 1747; as does another ("Strong"), however next child born was bapt. in April of following year (1748)]

[BI16074] [Newton V.R. & "Fay Family" as source on chart]

[XI16146] [Eastern Cemetery (tomb)]

[XI16148] [Western Cemetery]

[BI16155] [1795?]

[DI16155] [G. R. has same date]

[XI16155] [Pleasant Hill Cemetery]

[BI16156] [Date as July 9, 1799 per Windham book]

[DI16156] [G.R.: June 29, 1874]

[XI16156] [Pleasant Hill Cemetery (recorded as June 29, 1874)]

[NI16159] [Isaac Cobb Genealogy has birth (13 Feb 1834) and marriage (April 4, 1867) ten years ahead of that in Thomson book (13 Feb 1824 and April 4, 1857)]

[NI16160]

[Isaac Cobb in his genealogy (source still given as he had first and last name) gave different info for Almeda Thomson (date of birth, date of marriage and her parents) than that in book "Descendants of David and Amyes (Colle) Thomson". Data taken from Thomson book rather than Isaac Cobb's incomplete data]

[Isaac Cobb in his genealogy (source still given as he had first and last name) gave different info for Almeda Thomson (date of birth, date of marriage and her parents) than that in book "Descendants of David and Amyes (Colle) Thomson". Data taken from Thomson book rather than Isaac Cobb's incomplete data]

[BI16160] [Different date of birth (18 May 1836) and place (Buxton, York Co., ME, USA) by Isaac Cobb than Thomson book which states she is possibly spouse and gives more detailss and different date of birth for G. W. Cobb]

[XI16166] [Chute Cemetery, Chute Rd.]

[XI16167] [Chute Cemetery, Chute Rd.]

[DI16181] ["Cobb Genealogy" has date of May 1878]

[NI16182] [Daniel Cobb, b. 1802, s. Peter Cobb and Sarah Pike - instead perhaps son of Peter Cobb and Sarah Hodgdon whose son Robert Cobb, b. 1813, married, about 1836, into Hawke family.
Perhaps son of  Peter Cobb who had married first Margaret Crandall and secondly Sarah Pike, who had married Joseph Cobb first]

[NI16184] , Cobb GenForum, November 01, 2003

[XI16193] [Pleasant Hill Cemetery]

[DI16203] [G. R. has date as April 21, 1850]

[XI16203] [Pleasant Hill Cemetery]

[NI16209] [from military service (4 years) during the Civil War; Colonel of the Union Regiment]

[His father died when he was four years old (or five yrs.)]

[BI16209] [He was born in Westbrook, which is in the city now known as Deering]

[XI16209] [Evergreen Cemetery]

[BI16212] ["Hawkes": Mar 1867]

[BI16213] ["Hawkes": Dec. 1870]

[BI16215] ["Hawkes": Helen, Sept. 1876]

[BI16216] ["Hawkes": Apr. 1879]

[BI16218] [calculated date (aged 75-5-25)]

[XI16218] [Chase Cemetery]

[BI16219] [calculated]

[DI16219] [So. Windham (Highland Cliff)]

[XI16219] [Chase Cemetery]

[NI16221] [A Jonathan Sawyer of Falmouth married an Anna Cobb on 3 Mar 1807 in Windham, ME]

[XI16223] [Woodlawn Cemetery]

[XI16224] [Chase Cemetery, Windham]

[BI16228] [As Aug. 31, 1826 per "Windham ... Past"]

[DI16228] June 23, 1904 per "Windham ..."; "very suddenly, while at work on his family lot in the Chase Cemetery"; also as 23 Jun 1905]

[NI16229] [aka "Anastasia" or "Annistatia"]

[gravestone]

[BI16229] [gravestone record (calculated date by age at death would be 12-21-1829), place from death record]

[DI16229] ["committed suicide by hanging herself in the attic of her home" (Deaths)]

[DI16230] [as Waseea, Minn. in record]

[XI16233] [Woodlawn Cemetery]

[XI16234] [Woodlawn Cemetery]

[NI16235] [also 1880 census]

[XI16235] [Woodlawn Cemetery; s/o Oliver Cobb]

[DI16237] [now in Deering, ME]

[BI16242] [12 yrs. old at death]

[BI16245] [1673/74?]

[BI16253] [conflicts with another sibling of same name]

[XI16255] [Cummaquid Cemetery, East Barnstable; placed next to Mercy T. Cobb]

[NI16256] [Perhaps Asa G. Cobb who married Mary Oliver]

[DI16256] [gravestone record for full date]

[XI16256] [Dimmock's Lane Cemetery]

[DI16263] [Providence Record of Friends. Deaths; aged 35 years]

[DI16264] ["Providence Record of Friends. Deaths":  Susanna, of Sampson and Ruth, widow of 1st, Peleg Almy, 2nd, B. Freeborn, Nov. 30, 1820, aged 53 years.]

[NI16265] [Name given as "Shearman" except in death record as "Sherman"]

[DI16265] ["Providence Record of Friends. Deaths" "Sherman, Samson, of Job and Amy, Portsmouth, Jan. 24, 1801, aged 64 years, an exemplary elder."]

[DI16269] ["Job, Portsmouth, aged 60 years, Nov. 16, 1747"]

[BI16274] [calculated]

[DI16274] [Providence Record of Friends. Deaths: at Dr. Richardson's, her son-in-law]

[BI16308] [date per cemetery record]

[NI16310] [SHistory of the Town of HansonT: Chapter on SOther Old houses in Hanson",    ...Nathaniel Pratt place. It was built by Ezekiel Bonney, great, great grandfather of Otis L. Bonney[, sic] about 1759

[NI16315]



On May 10, 1748: The recorded list of those who were qualified to vote at the proprietors' meeting shows: " Joseph Bonney's heirs."

[BI16350] [Plymouth, Plymouth Co.]

[XI16350] [Lakenham Cemetery]

[XI16353] [NewellCemetery]

[XI16354] [NewellCemetery]

[NI16356] [He was a grandson of Mary Allerton, a Mayflower passenger and daughter of Isaac Allerton]

[XI16356] [Newell Cemetery]

[XI16357] [Newell Cemetery]

[XI16374] [Chute Cemetery, Chute Rd.]

[XI16375] [Chase Cemetery]

[XI16376] [Chase Cemetery]

[NI16380] [   BIOGRAPHY: S. B. Chase, M.D.
From the A.T. Andreas Illustrated Historical Atlas of the State of Iowa, 1875: "Doctor Frank W. Chase, graduate of Rush Medical College, married to Miss F. C. Babcock, and practicing medicine at Shenandoah, Iowa. "]

[DI16428] [probable; not listed with family on 1855 census in Billerica]

[BI16430] [Births Registered in South Abington For the Year 1881, p. 49]

[DI16434] [1930 on gravestone]

[XI16434] [Spring Lake Cemetery, off Prospect St. - Cobb plot]

[DI16435] [gravestone]

[XI16435] [Spring Lake Cemetery, off Prospect St. - Cobb plot]

[NI16448] [Lois?]

[BI16498] Birth recorded in Milton, MA as "of John".

[DI16515] [he witnessed a deed then and then nothing further]

[BI16523] [now as Portland]

[BI16526] [Portland was then known as Falmouth]

[BI16527] [known as Portland now]

[DI16527] [St. Bartholomew (?)]

[DI16528] ["lost at sea in the privateer schooner Dart"]

[NI16537] [She was not listed as a daughter in "Cobb Genealogy"]

[NI16545] Probably father of (1) Lemuel Howard Cobb who's son, Philip Howard Cobb, Ph.D., lived  "at Cape Elizabeth in a house which was built in the early 1800s by his great-grandfather, Capt. Lemuel Cobb" and (2) Anna Cobb, d. January 7, 1856 at 49 yrs., dau. of Lemuel]

[XI16597] [Woodlawn Cemetery]

[BI16598] [She may be a child of Arthur G. Millions (1850 - 1891)]

[XI16598] [Woodlawn Cemetery]

[BI16601] [Gravestone record has date as 1865]

[XI16601] [Woodlawn Cemetery]

[BI16602] [gravestone]

[XI16602] [Woodlawn Cemetery]

[NI16604] [see ]

[NI16622] [lost at sea]

[BI16622] [Cobb Genealogy dates birth as 4 Nov 1780 which does not match VR]

[DI16622] [He was lost at sea (not dated) on board ship from Baltimore for St. Domingo]

[BI16623] [not 1783]

[NI16624] [Lost at sea]

[BI16624] [Cobb Genealogy dates birth as 9 Apr 1785 which does not match VR]

[NI16627] [lost at sea]

[BI16627] [Cobb Genealogy's date of birth matches VR]

[BI16628] [Cobb Genealogy's date of birth matches VR]

[DI16639] [unmarried]

[XI16642] [Greenport Cemetery]

[DI16644] [lost at sea]

[NI16645] [married "a British officer, and removed to Portsmouth, England"]

[XI16649] [Martinsburg William Bush Cemetery]

[XI16650] [Martinsburg William Bush Cemetery]

[NI16651] [Post has her birth abt 1906 (place not given) yet parents married in 1907!]

[DI16653] [Per "The Morse Genealogy" (2002 edition, p. 33): date of death as 1717-8 but Sherborn VR date  (p. 216 record) used]

[BI16721] See #6 at

[BI16725] See #6 at

[BI16733] "or Aug. 22, 1786, (Bible Rec.)"

[NI16755] [A Dea. Simon Stone genealogy has a different wife (Mary Plympton) for Matthew Stone and his children, including Rachel Stone as daughter, who married Thomas Cobb of Barnstable]

[HI16755] (Research):[An NEHGS  "Dea. Simon Stone" genealogy has a different wife (Mary Plympton) for Matthew Stone and his children, including Rachel Stone as daughter, who married Thomas Cobb of Barnstable]

[XI16761] [Johnson graveyard]

[BI16762] [calculated]

[XI16762] [Johnson graveyard]

[NI16764] [He married twice and had 12 children by each wife (24 total)]

[DI16764] [was Washington Pl. before known as Brooks; he was the first settler there]

[BI16785] [possible b. 4-25-1733, dau. of Benjamin Bartlett & Lydia or b. 8-8-1734, dau. of Jonathan Bartlett & Thankful (second option likely)]

[NI16803] [of a southern U. S. branch?]

[NI16823] ["of Little Compton" (RI)]

[NI16840] [Governor of Martha's Vineyard]

[BI16882] [birth in Brewster per Hardwick death record]

[DI16882] [except "Spooner": March 14, 1858]

[DI16883] [except "Spooner": Dec. 20, 1852]

[BI16885] [if date of birth or marriage was correct, she was 13 years old when married]

[NI16886] [Ruggles: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~dav4is/ODTs/RUGGLES.shtml]

[NI16891] [The Aikens monograph, p. 8]

[BI16891] [On p. 8 of The Aikens monograph her birth is dated as Jan. ye 3d, 1720 (also as Jan. 3, 1720-1 on p. 10)]

[DI16891] [ The Aikens monograph (p. 8) has the same date of death]

[NI16892] [The Aikens monograph (on p. 7)]

[DI16892] [The Aikens monograph (on p. 10)]

[BI16894] [Bedford]

[NI16905] [possibly as Sarah Butler]

[DI16907] [except "Spooner": Jan. 23, 1750]

[DI16910] [except "Spooner": Feb. 25, 1716]

[DI16915] [except "Spooner": Sept. 15, 1658]

[BI16933] ["Spooner" seems to err in stating John was "second child of second wife" since second wife married in 1675 and he was born in 1657. Using first wife as mother. Similar error in his daughter's mother.]

[DI16961] [unmarried]

[NI16964] [death record]

[DI16964] [Death in 22 Jun 1804 in Oxford per "Oxford", perhaps another child named Hannah but she was not named in "Cobb Gen."]

[XI16966] [Maple Ridge Cemetery (Find A Grave Memorial# 134118196)]

[BI16967] ["Cobb Genealogy" has year as 1808]

[DI16967] ["Cobb Genealogy" has her death as June 21, 1812]

[DI16968] ["Cobb Genealogy" has the year as 1811]

[NI16973] [Probably the Nancy Cobb of Harrison, Maine who married Benjamin Joy, Jr. in Otisfield, June 1, 1850 by Asa Green, M. G.]

[BI16977] [North Bridgewater (Brockton)]

[DI16977] [Rigler:11 Feb. 1849]

[BI16981] [Weymouth, MA]

[DI16982] [gravestone record]

[XI16982] [Ashland Cemetery]

[NI17009] "probably Indian"

[DI17020] "at Monomoit", Mass.

[BI17027] in New England, prpbably Salem, MA

[BI17028] in New England, prpbably Salem, MA.

[NI17040] HESB says "Capt. Benjamin Washburn, p. Samuel Washburn & Deborah
Packard, m.
Joanna/Susanna Orcutt 1715, d. 1774"; book admits confusion between
this and
Samuel (son of Jonathan & Mary Vaughn).

MFIPFC says "Benjamin Washburn b. 1688 or 1691 Bridgewater, p. Samuel
Washburn
&
Deborah Packard".

PAFA says "Benjamin Washburn b. 1688, p. Samuel Washburn & Deborah
Packard, m.
Joanna Orcutt 1716, m. Mary Cushman".

IGI says "Benjamin Washburn m. Mary Cushman 5 Apr 1748 Halifax,
Plymouth Co
MA".

MBAD says "Benjamin Washburn b. bef Sep 1697, p. Samuel Washburn &
Deborah
Packard, d. aft 16 Jan 1770".

HESB says "Capt. Benjamin Washburn, p. Samuel Washburn & Deborah Packard, m.
Joanna/Susanna Orcutt 1715, d. 1774"; book admits confusion between this and
Samuel (son of Jonathan & Mary Vaughn).

MFIPFC says "Benjamin Washburn b. 1688 or 1691 Bridgewater, p. Samuel Washburn
&
Deborah Packard".

PAFA says "Benjamin Washburn b. 1688, p. Samuel Washburn & Deborah Packard, m.
Joanna Orcutt 1716, m. Mary Cushman".

IGI says "Benjamin Washburn m. Mary Cushman 5 Apr 1748 Halifax, Plymouth Co
MA".

MBAD says "Benjamin Washburn b. bef Sep 1697, p. Samuel Washburn & Deborah
Packard, d. aft 16 Jan 1770".

[NI17041] HESB says "Noah Washburn b. 1682, p. Samuel Washburn & Deborah
Packard, m.
Elizabeth Shaw 1710, d. 1717".

MFIPFC says "Noah Washburn b. 11 Jul 1682 Bridgewater, p. Samuel
Washburn &
Deborah Packard".

PAFA says "Noah Washburn b. 1682, p. Samuel Washburn & Deborah
Packard, m.
Elizabeth Shaw 25 Jan 1709/10, d. 1717".

MBAD says "Noah Washburn b. 11 Jul 1682, p. Samuel Washburn & Deborah
Packard,
d. 17 Oct 1716 Bridgewater".

HESB says "Noah Washburn b. 1682, p. Samuel Washburn & Deborah Packard, m.
Elizabeth Shaw 1710, d. 1717".

MFIPFC says "Noah Washburn b. 11 Jul 1682 Bridgewater, p. Samuel Washburn &
Deborah Packard".

PAFA says "Noah Washburn b. 1682, p. Samuel Washburn & Deborah Packard, m.
Elizabeth Shaw 25 Jan 1709/10, d. 1717".

MBAD says "Noah Washburn b. 11 Jul 1682, p. Samuel Washburn & Deborah Packard,
d. 17 Oct 1716 Bridgewater".

[NI17042] HESB says "Nehemiah Washburn b. 1686, p. Samuel Washburn & Deborah
Packard, m.
Jane Howard 1713".

MFIPFC says "Nehemiah Washburn b. 20 May 1686 Bridgewater, p. Samuel
Washburn
& Deborah Packard, sold land in 1724".

PAFA says "Nehemiah Washburn b. 1686, p. Samuel Washburn & Deborah
Packard, m.
Jane Howard 26 Mar 1713".

MBAD says "Nehemiah Washburn b. 20 May 1686, p. Samuel Washburn &
Deborah
Packard, d. 17 Dec 1748".

HESB says "Nehemiah Washburn b. 1686, p. Samuel Washburn & Deborah Packard, m.
Jane Howard 1713".

MFIPFC says "Nehemiah Washburn b. 20 May 1686 Bridgewater, p. Samuel Washburn
& Deborah Packard, sold land in 1724".

PAFA says "Nehemiah Washburn b. 1686, p. Samuel Washburn & Deborah Packard, m.
Jane Howard 26 Mar 1713".

MBAD says "Nehemiah Washburn b. 20 May 1686, p. Samuel Washburn & Deborah
Packard, d. 17 Dec 1748".

[NI17045] HESB says "Samuel Washburn b. 1678, p. Samuel Washburn & Deborah Packard, m.
Deliverance Leonard 1701, m. Abigail ?".

MFIPFC says "Samuel Washburn b. 6 Apr 1678 Bridgewater, p. Samuel Washburn &
Deborah Packard, sold land in 1724".

PAFA says "Samuel Washburn b. 1678, p. Samuel Washburn & Deborah Packard, m.
Deliverance Leonard 9 Jan 1701, m. Abigail Leonard 1703".

HESB says "Samuel Washburn b. 1678, p. Samuel Washburn & Deborah
Packard, m. Deliverance Leonard 1701, m. Abigail ?".
MFIPFC says "Samuel Washburn b. 6 Apr 1678 Bridgewater, p. Samuel
Washburn & Deborah Packard, sold land in 1724".
PAFA says "Samuel Washburn b. 1678, p. Samuel Washburn & Deborah
Packard, m. Deliverance Leonard 9 Jan 1701, m. Abigail Leonard 1703".

[NI17046] HESB says "Israel Washburn b. 1684, p. Samuel Washburn & Deborah Packard, m.
Waitstill Sumner 1708, d. bef 1720".

MFIPFC says "Isral Washburn b. 24 Feb 1683 Bridgewater, p. Samuel Washburn &
Deborah Packard, listed as 'deceased' in will of Samuel Washburn, dated 1720".

PAFA says "Israel Washburn b. 1684, p. Samuel Washburn & Deborah Packard, m.
Waitstill Sumner 3 Nov 1708, d. bef 1720".

MBAD says "Israel Washburn b. 24 Feb 1683, p. Samuel Washburn & Deborah


Packard, d. bef 13 Mar 1720".

HESB says "Israel Washburn b. 1684, p. Samuel Washburn & Deborah
Packard, m. Waitstill Sumner 1708, d. bef 1720".

MFIPFC says "Isral Washburn b. 24 Feb 1683 Bridgewater, p. Samuel Washburn & Deborah Packard, listed as 'deceased' in will of Samuel Washburn, dated 1720".

PAFA says "Israel Washburn b. 1684, p. Samuel Washburn & Deborah Packard, m.
Waitstill Sumner 3 Nov 1708, d. bef 1720".

MBAD says "Israel Washburn b. 24 Feb 1683, p. Samuel Washburn & Deborah


Packard, d. bef 13 Mar 1720".

[DI17048] ["Lakenham, Plymouth Colony"]

[NI17052] [as Ethemore or Ithamar; had son named Ithamar]

[BI17057] [Oxford VR, p. 10]

[NI17140] Jan. 23,1662   allso : "27th Feb. 1662-63" [Swift (Otis)]; 27 Feb.
also in Gen Notes of Barnstable, MA Families

[BI17140] [before 1600]

[DI17140] Jan. 23,1662   allso : "27th Feb. 1662-63" [Swift (Otis)]; 27 Feb. also in Gen Notes of Barnstable, MA Families

[NI17141] "Penniah" or "Peninah" ( "given as prob Clerk's mistake"); also
"Jemimah"

"Penniah" or "Peninah" ( "given as prob Clerk's mistake"); also "Jemimah"

[XI17179] [Pine Hill Cemetery, Rt. 28]

[XI17180] [Pine Hill Cemetery, Rt. 28]

[XI17181] [Pine Hill Cemetery, Rt. 28]

[XI17182] [Pine Hill Cemetery, Rt. 28]

[NI17187] [Name also found as Amidown and other alternate spellings]

[BI17191] [approx. by calc. of age at death in VR]

[BI17199] ["Cobb Genealogy" has date as Dec. 29, 1783]

[DI17199] [while "on a privateering voyage sometime during the war of 1812, and was never afterwards heard from."]

[BI17200] ["Crandal" and "Cobb Genealogy" has date as 4-16-1786 (after previous birth of 12-29-1785 (1783 by "Cobb Genealogy") so more likely year is 1787 unless marriage and first birth were different dates]

[DI17200] [resided in "Westbrook, then a part of Falmouth, but now Deering"]

[BI17202] ["Cobb Genealogy" has date as Nov. 23, 1790]

[DI17204] [then in Westbrook]

[NI17215] He moved from Sutton to Petersham to Barre before settling in Hardwick, where he died. He "was probably of the Ipswich family".

[DI17240] [between1/24/1731 and 3/19/1734]

[DI17242] ["He died in the army", was found on list of men in Bristol Co. (12-21-1781) to serve in the Continental Army]

[BI17254] [Spooner: 1647 birth]

[DI17264] [He died on the ship coming to New England]

[BI17294] [Marriage record has birth in Easton, Bristol Co., MA]

[BI17334] ["Shove" has her birth as 3-7-1684, not same date as "Witherell" book]

[XI17369] [Handy Cemetery]

[XI17370] [Lakenham Cemetery, North Carver]

[XI17382] [Union Cemetery]

[XI17383] Union Cemeter]

[XI17386] [Union Cemetery: Block 10, Row 3 (with Cobb plot (& his daughter) but not his wife]

[XI17387] [Union Cemetery: Block 10, Row 3 (husband and child)]

[XI17388] [Pratt Town Cemetery: In memory of Azubah, wife of John Murdock, ...1841, a. 67]

[BI17393] [ancestral line in the book based on this person]

[DI17412] [Having a second marriage after 1702 death of Thomas Crosby]

[BI17439] Holden, MA VR has Lewis Marsh birth as Oct. 29, 1779 per Death Record]]

[BI17441] [only child with last name as "Mach" (Marsh)]

[NI17488] He was apptd. " ensign of the First Military Company in 1665, ... captain and major...Appointed judge of the Court...A representative, selectman, member of the Town Council, clerk ..."

[DI17493] [Maine/Canada]

[NI17498] [!Parents: Esther Gallop was the daughter of John Gollop of Taunton, Plymouth Colony and Charity Hall of Duxbury, Plymouth Colony, not Captain John Gallup of Stonington/New London, CT and his wife, Hannah Lake.  ?]

[BI17498] [March 24, 1652 in New London, CT?]

[BI17499] [seen online as February 03, 1675 in Weymouth, MA (?)]

[BI17502] [1627?]

[NI17504] [One of the first purchasers of Taunton, was admitted freeman in 1638]

[DI17523] [1740?]

[DI17554] ["Howland"gives "bef 1 March 1742/3" for her death]

[DI17617] [Middleboro Church Record]

[DI17643] [Smith (Smith) & Frost (Wood): death on 9 Aug. 1824]

[BI17676] England (Lambeth, London ?)

[XI17720] [Graceland Cemetery]

[NI17725] ["Cobb Genealogy" has her name as Eliza Blackmer]

[DI17725] ["Cobb Genealogy" has her death (undated) in Vivian, Miss.]

[XI17740] [Fairview Cemetery]

[XI17782] [Gerry Village Cemetery]

[XI17788] [Gerry Cemetery, 61y 4m 27d]

[XI17789] [Gerry Cemetery]

[XI17793] [
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Birth: Jun. 8, 1794
Strafford
Orange County
Vermont, USA
Death: Oct. 17, 1873
Jackson County
Michigan, USA

Name: Seth Alger
Gender: Male
Death Date: 17 Oct 1873
Death Place: Summit,Jackson Co., Michigan
Age: 79
Birth Date: 1794
Birthplace: Vermont
Occupation: Farmer
Race: White
Marital Status: Married
Father's Name: Alger
Father's Birthplace:
Mother's Name: Esther Brown Alger
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: B51858-2
System Origin: Michigan-EASy
GS Film number: 941628
Reference ID: v A p 98

Family links:
Parents:
  Silas Alger (1742 - 1810)

Spouse:
  Hannah Cobb Alger (1802 - 1880)

Children:
  Emeline Alger Hopewell (1822 - 1874)*
  Madison Alger (1828 - 1890)*
  Milo Alger (1838 - 1915)*
  John Cobb Alger (1839 - 1868)*

Siblings:
  Silas B Alger (1770 - 1810)*
  Nathaniel Alger (1777 - 1815)*
  Aaron Alger (1779 - 1841)*
  Seth Alger (1794 - 1873)

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
East Liberty Cemetery
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Birth: Jun. 8, 1794
Strafford
Orange County
Vermont, USA
Death: Oct. 17, 1873
Jackson County
Michigan, USA

Name: Seth Alger
Gender: Male
Death Date: 17 Oct 1873
Death Place: Summit,Jackson Co., Michigan
Age: 79
Birth Date: 1794
Birthplace: Vermont
Occupation: Farmer
Race: White
Marital Status: Married
Father's Name: Alger
Father's Birthplace:
Mother's Name: Esther Brown Alger
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: B51858-2
System Origin: Michigan-EASy
GS Film number: 941628
Reference ID: v A p 98
[East Liberty Cemetery]

[XI17794] [Gerry Cemetery]

[XI17795] [Gerry Cemetery]

[XI17798] [Gerry Village Cemetery]

[XI17799] [Gerry Cemetery]

[XI17800] [Gerry Cemetery]

[XI17801] [Gerry Cemetery]

[XI17803] [Gerry Village Cemetery, Clark Lot]

[XI17804] [Gerry Village Cemetery - Age at death, as given age 36y 4 mos, made birth abt Nov 1811; evidently incorrect]

[XI17805] [Gerry Village Cemetery]

[BI17816] [is date correct?]

[XI17816] [Gerry Cemetery]

[XI17821] [Gerry Cemetery]

[XI17822] [Gerry Village Cemetery]

[XI17828] [Gerry Cemetery]

[DI17834] [Annual Report of the Town Officers of the Town of Plymouth For The Year Ending December 31, 1941; Deaths Registered in Plymouth In 1941; p. 86; aged 84-8-3]

[NI17835] [may be alternate name or a separate child (this alt. name not verified yet!)]

[DI17839] [p. 79: Deaths Registered in Plymouth in 1933; aged 64-3-26]

[DI17851] [8-3-1747, Pembroke]

[XI17851] [Fern Hill Cemetery]

[BI17854] [Alternate birth: 1609]

[BI17865] [12-22-1801]

[DI17868] [approximate date to allow for marriage as he died on his vessel from a fall, shortly after his son's birth by marriage to a woman from Baltimore, MD]

[BI17871] [1841 date on gravestone in Dennis, MA]

[XI17871] Swan Lake Cemetery

[XI17872] Swan Lake Cemetery

[XI17873] Swam Lake Cemetery

[XI17874] Swam Lake Cemetery

[XI17875] Swam Lake Cemetery

[XI17876] Swam Lake Cemetery

[BI17877] [as Barnstable in records]

[NI17881] [death record]

[NI17882] [His name listed on wife's gravestone]

[BI17882] [June 1847 per 1900 census but as 20 Jan 1849 per book (unverified date; if so then twin - same date as a brother); assuming census date closer]
[Date on wife's gravestone has date as 1846]

[DI17882] [Date on wife's gravestone]

[NI17883] [His name listed on wife's gravestone]

[DI17883] [Date on wife's gravestone]

[DI17888] ["Born Dead"]

[DI17889] ["Still-born"]

[BI17899] ["18 Jan or Feb. 1817 (both dates recorded)"]

[DI17899] [Record 479: Yarmouth registered #5, widowed, aged 87y 2m 13d]

[XI17899] [Old Cemetery]

[NI17901] [Cobb Genealogy states he died without issue (no date of death)]

[NI17904] [three children but births not dated]

[BI17905] [1815 as date per Isaac Cobb; Yarmouth record has Mar. 16, 1818]

[XI17905] [Cummaquid Cemetery]

[NI17907]

["Nickerson Family": 9-16-1842 date for a marriage to Samuel Cobb (unknown connection) but also have a Polly Nickerson married bef. 1853 to a Timoth Cobb (unknown connection)]

[XI17908] [Cummaquid Cemetery]

[BI17935] [abt 1875 by M.D. Cobb's 1970 typescript]

[DI17935] [living in 1970 in nursing home, aged 95]

[BI17939] [calculated date by death (source has date as 1877)]

[DI17939] [Annual Report, Deaths Registered in Plymouth In 1916, p. 142]

[BI17940] [Descendants of William Shurtleff of Plymouth... vol. 2, p. 368]

[DI17940] [gravestone record as Flora Simmons Cobb]

[NI17941] [Re: John K. Cobb Estate, Victorine A. Cobb Estate, William J. Thomas Estate, Frederick Thomas Estate, Estate of William H. Cobb, Estate of Jennie M. Cobb, Estate of George A. Cobb, Flora Cobb Finney, Clifton H. Cobb, married to Marion E. Cobb, Estate of Alice Howland, Estate of Sarah F. King, Carleton K. Woodard and Katie B. Wentzell.]

[HI17941] (Research):

[BI17941] [gravestone record

[DI17941] [gravestone record

[BI17942] [20 Mar 1879 per WWII Draft Registration Cards (1942)]

[NI17943] [death record]

[DI17943] [p. 82: Deaths Registered in Plymouth in 1936, May 18; aged 56-3-27 but as 17 May 1935 per book]

[XI17944] [aged 5 months, in Holbrook lot, Sumner St. Cemetery (rear left-hand corner)]

[NI17946] [researcher of this source ("Cobb Holbrook Robbins Eddy", 1970) and editor of the revised "Cobb Genealogy" (by Isaac Cobb) (1979)]

[XI17948] [Saint Marys Cemetery]

[DI17985] [as noted on pg. 41 in "History of Easton"]

[NI17986] 21 Sept. 1999: Surnames: Reed Family Genealogy Forum
http://genforum.genealogy.com/cgi-genforum/pageload.cgi?Taunton::reed: :712 .html
  Re: LOIS REED married DANIEL DRAKE
Posted by: Jeff Russell Date: November 08, 1998 at 00:26:09
In Reply to: LOIS REED married DANIEL DRAKE by Kim Wright

1. LOIS REED, born November 20, 1749 in Taunton, MA; died November 16, 1830 in Grafton, NH. She was the daughter of 2. JOHN REED and 3. DOROTHY PINNEO. She married DANIEL DRAKE October 04, 1764. He was the son of DANIEL DRAKE and BETHIAH COBB.
2. JOHN REED, born 1722 in Taunton, MA; died December 1788 in Taunton, MA. He was the son of 4. WILLIAM READ and 5. MARY RICHMOND. He married 3. DOROTHY PINNEO December 30, 1746 in Taunton, MA.
3. DOROTHY PINNEO, born December 06, 1725 in Lebanon, CT; died 1770. She was the daughter of 6. JACQUES PINNEO and 7. DOROTHY BABCOCK.

Hannah AUSTIN m. John REED 1771 MA
Posted by: L.Garman Date: September 22, 1999 at 10:13:43

I am looking for information on Hannah AUSTIN. She was born abt 1749 in Taunton, MA. She married John REED 1/9/1771 in Taunton.John REED was born 1722 and died 12/1788 in Taunton, MA.

http://users.deltanet.com/~hilander

[DI17989] [date instead noted as Aug. 19, 1728 in Easton on pg. 42 in "History of Easton" and three wives (Millicent (Ford) the second, Hannah the third wife)]

[DI17992] [also as noted on pg. 45 in "History of Easton" but has his wife Sarah surviving him]

[BI17994] [also as noted on pg. 44 in "History of Easton"]

[BI18000] [birth was in Easton, MA per "History of Easton" on pg. 52]

[BI18001] [as noted on pg. 56 in "History of Easton"]

[BI18003] [as noted on pg. 53 in "History of Easton"]

[DI18003] [as noted on pg. 53 in "History of Easton"]

[BI18012] ["Barden": abt 1756; "Eddy": 1759]

[DI18012] [aged 76 years]

[DI18017] [son Joseph also died in same month]

[NI18020] ["She may have lived in Swansea, Mass."]

[NI18037] [She had children from 1775 - 1794]

[NI18040] [Mary Andrews married Joseph Richmond in 1683, having 9 children. She was a daughter of Henry and Mary Andrews of Taunton (Richmond Genealogy) like another Mary Andrews born 1628, but she would be  different from this Mary Andrews due to her second husband living until 1693 and her age at marriage plus about 20 years of childbirth.]

[DI18045] 11 Aug 1717 in Hapgood book

[BI18052] [VR of Putney, VT has McWain family but she is not found in the record (other McWain births have no date of birth nor baptism date. Likely a daughter of John McWain & Mary Sabin who had a marriage intention date of Mar. 8, 1804, married March (_date missing_). Another possibility is Silas McWain and Nabey (Nabby?) Hubbard, m. 11-17-1791]

[DI18062] He was killed in an ambush near the Brookfield garrison with others by Nipmuck Indians.

[XI18074] [Bassett Cemetery]

[XI18075] [Bassett Cemetery]

[XI18078] [Cemetery at The Green]

[XI18079] [Cemetery at The Green]

[XI18080] [Bassett Cemetery]

[XI18081] [Bassett Cemetery]

[XI18085] [Mt. Pleasant Cemetery: aged 56 yrs. 8 ms.]

[DI18099] [aged 72 or in 72nd year (VR)]

[NI18124] [Edith Bartley (replying to posting at Farnham Genforum) May 16, 2005:
Phebe Bliss Farnham was born 8 July 1801, the twin of Sibyll Ainger Farnham. They were the 7th and 8th of 10 children born to William 6 Farnham (Daniel 5,4, Ralph 3,2,1) and Hannah Bliss Emerson, whose parents were Rev. William Emerson and Phebe Bliss. Phebe was survived by two children, Francis Davis Cobb and Mts. Kathrine H. Hayward. This is from Russell Farnham's "New England Descendants of the Immigrant Ralph Farnum," 1999, vol. 1, page 412.]

[XI18124] [in Cobb's Hill Cemetery (East)]

[XI18125] [in Cobb's Hill Cemetery (East)]

[XI18126] [in Cobb's Hill Cemetery (East)]

[DI18131] [month on grave may be Nov (23 or 28?) as that area and verse has darkened]

[XI18131] [in Cobb's Hill Cemetery (East)]

[XI18132] [in Cobb's Hill Cemetery (East)]

[XI18135] [Cobb's Hill West Cemetery]

[DI18136] [May 2(? unreadable), 184(? unreadable) on stone]

[XI18136] [Cobb's Hill West Cemetery]

[DI18137] [Barnstable Church (East Parish) record has date of 11-20-1830 at 7 weeks]

[XI18137] [Cobb's Hill West Cemetery]

[DI18138] [Barnstable Church (East Parish) record also has date of 11-28-1829 at 4 mos.]

[XI18138] [Cobb's Hill West Cemetery]

[BI18139] [Date and place also from a Family Record hand-written by Oliver W. Cobb but "WWII Draft Registration Cards (1942)" has same date with place as New Bedford]

[BI18140] [April 11 from a Family Record hand-written by Oliver W. Cobb; as April 12 in "Cobb Genealogy"]

[DI18148] [R. Smith: 22 Jan 1694/95]

[NI18149]

Ralph Smith and the "Hobart family came to America in 1633 (March) from Hingham, Norfolk, England,..., on the ship Elizabeth Bonaventure, ... The ship landed in Boston, via Yarmouth, 15 June 1633."

[DI18149] [or in Hingham, Plymouth Co., MA, USA (then in Suffolk Co.)]

[BI18162] [age at death (57) makes birth at 1787]

[DI18162] [mariner, married, aged 57]

[DI18164] [killed, along with child, by Indians; an attack known as the AUSTIN RAID ]

[XI18165] [Old Jackson Graveyard or "below the dam at Elk Lake Shores"]

[DI18169] [Jun 1854 per K. Stephens]

[XI18169] [Coffee Creek Baptist Church Cemetery]

[BI18173] [page 5 has date as 4 Mar 1792 but page 53 has date as 4 Mar 1791. It states Bible date has 1792 as well as tombstone having 4 Mar 1792]

[XI18174] [Mussell Shoals Cemetery]

[XI18176] [Mussell Shoals Cemetery]

[BI18181] [As 20 Dec 1792 (Bible Record); also 12-20-1791 or 1794 or 1796]
[gravestone transcription: Dec. 20, 1794]

[DI18181] [gravestone transcription: Jan. 12, 1866]

[XI18181] [gravestone transcription: Jan. 12, 1866]

[BI18183] [date also found as 20 Jan 1782 in North Carolina]

[DI18183] [bef 1860 per Kathy Stephens' website (see source)]

[XI18183] [Coffee Creek Baptist Church Cemetery]

[NI18185] [marriage record (North Carolina Marriage Bonds 1741-1868)]

[This John Cobb was presented as a son of Henry Cobb, b. 1786 (married 1786) but data contradicts this. He is not listed in another descendant listing of Henry Cobb's children; date given would makes him a twin to Samuel Cobb if dates correct for both]
[A posting has him son of Henry Cobb and Rachel Reed; another has him as a son of Noah Cobb and date of birth as 1761 so he does not fit with Henry Cobb's family.]

[BI18185] [A posting has him son of Henry Cobb; another has him as a son of Noah Cobb with date of birth as 1761 so he does not fit with Henry Cobb's family and was born too early to be a son of Noah Cobb unless by a first wife]

[DI18185] [This and another posting indicates his will was written 1838 naming wife and chilodren; if so, then date of death incorrect by a few years (on or after 1838)]

[NI18186]

[Deborah Reed??]

[NI18194] [also married Nancy Tevis but no marriage info nor by whom children were born; another child: Peggy Cobb, prob. b. bef 1790 as she married in 1808]

There were two Samuel Cobbs in the 1800 census for North Carolina, one in Caswell County, the other in Pasquotank County. A book about Virginia citizens in the Revolution lists a Samuel Cobb, Lieutenant in 1777, who resided in Amelia. Another book about Madison County has a section about Revolutionary soldiers buried in Madison County. It claims that this Samuel Cobb, who is known to have been born in 1768, and is known to be buried in Madison County, is that Lieutenant. This is obviously impossible, he was way too young.

Cobb Cemetery is located in Union City, Madison County, Kentucky. There is a single, displaced stone there that reads: John Cobb, July 2, 1827- Oct 28, 1843.

Will of Samuel Cobb, Madison County, Kentucky Will Book "F", Page 105

In the name of God, Amen. I Samuel Cobb of Madison County and State of Kentucky being sick and weak in body but of sound mind and disposing memory for which I thank God and calling to mind the uncertainty of human life and being desirous to dispose of all such worldly estate that hath pleased God to help me with. I give and bequeath the same in manner following, that is to say I give one-third part of my land to my wife Nancy during her natural life and I give the other two-thirds of my land to my son Samuel Cobb on condition that he support myself and his mother decently and clear of want during both of our lives and at the death of myself and his Mother, my son Samuel Cobb is to have all the land and I wish my executors, that I shall appoint, to sell as much of my property as to pay my funeral expenses and all my just debts. I wish my daughter Matilda to have all the property about the house that she claims. I also give my daughter Matilda one sarel filly, 2 years old. I wish my daughter Nancy Shearer to have one colt worth Twenty-five dollars. I also give my daughter Peggy Bruce one year after the death of myself and wife, Ten dollars. I give to Fanny Keen, Ten dollars at the same time. I give Parky Cobb, ten dollars at the same time. I give to Zena Cobb, Ten dollars at the same time. I give James Cobb, Ten dollars at the same time. I give Elizabeth Keen, Ten dollars at the same time. I give Fanny Shearer Ten dollars at the same time. I wish all the stock that I have to remain on the place and all the household and kitchen furniture and all and everything to remain just as it is that I have not disposed of otherwise. I appoint my wife and my son Samuel Cobb to be my executers. In Testimony where unto I have set my hand and made my seal this 9th day of June in the year of our Lord One Thousand Eighteen hundred and Thirty-five.
Samuel Cobb              (Seal)
Attest:
Wesley Parish, John Owens.
Kentucky, Madison County
I David Irwin, clerk of the Court for the County aforesaid hereby certify at a County Court held for Madison County of Monday the 10th day of August 1835.

This instrument of writing was produced in open Kentucky Court and presented to be the last will and Testament of Samuel Cobb by the oath of Wesley Parish and John Owen witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded and the same has been done accordingly.
Att. David Irvine, Clerk Co.

[BI18195] ["Rockingham County Bibles" has dates of October 18, 1767 (once) and October 18, 1769; Caswell Co., NC]

[BI18197] Jan 15, 1794 (or Jan. 1,  1794)]

[BI18200] [Either she was his first wife and had no children or she had these children before his second marriage]

[NI18201] [He was b. 1782 in North Carolina per the 1850 census of Anderson County, S.C. He is living close to a Henry Cobb as well as a John Cobb and his son-in-law, James C. Broom, all of Anderson County, S.C.

NOTE: Conflicting (unverified) data by various postings shows two Noah Cobb with children by two different wives. He is also found to have been born in 1781 or 1788, married Phoebe Lovelace (second wife with only one child and had no children by Nancy Walker and had a third marriage to Jane Dill (having two sons). Same finds his father listed as John Cobb and Jane Bracken, which would not be given the date of that marriage unless another earlier John Cobb who married a different Jane Bracken
Also have at least six children but if through last two wives, then who was which child's mother needs to be verified.
One website places William Cobb, b. May 1822, as a son of Noah and Nancy (Walker) Cobb; William Cobb m. Matilda C E Powers in Missouri (and not Lucinda LNU as found before)]

[George William Cobb as a son of Noah & Nancy Cobb, b. bef 7/1826, appears to be George Washington Cobb with similar in date of birth but son of Noah & Phoebe Cobb and has different wife.

[Note: family of 10 children with Phoebe Lovelace per posting of TEbel2888@aol.com  (Sun, 27 Jan 2008) has different children than those found by other postings]

[Note by Patty Armstrong (by gedcom) added "I Noah Cobb of the county of Caswell and State of North Carolina being of feeble health, but of sound mind do make and publish this my last will and testament. Item #1;  It is my will that after my decease and Christian burial that all my just debts of whatever dignity and to whatever person be paid. Item #2;  It is also my will that my beloved wife, Jane Dill (shall she be living at the time of my death) have and enjoy during her natural life on that which all my lands, my personal estate of every description and that at her death all both personal and real shall be divided between my two sons Archibald and Benjamin F. Cobb as it herein after divided.  My son Andrew J. Cobb having had his proportional share of my lands and personal estate heretofore. Item #3;  It is furthur my will and desire that at the death of my wife, my land shall be divided by a line beginning at a post oak corner at James Dill's gate and running north by a Sweetgum on Ebenezer Cobb's line, that my son Archibald D. Cobb have the north portion and my son Benjamin F. Cobb have the easter portion together with my interest in the estate of Archibald Dill deceased, and that my personal property be divided equally between the two. Item #4:  It is my will also that my beloved wife, Jane Dill be and she is hereby appointed my executor to this my last will and testament. Item #5.  I hereby revoke my will or wills I may heretofore have made and declare this to be my last will and testament.

Given under my hand and seal this 16 day of January 1856 Stephen Neal (Justice) Noah Cobb (seal) W. F. Basting

Noah Cobb admitted to the Bethesda Presbyterian church September 18, 1834  Noah Cobb and his wife Phebe Cobb applied for letters of dismiss ion and at their own request a letter was granted them as members in good standing by order of the session  J. Jones CLK"]

[BI18201] [Date found for Noah Cobb as 6 Oct 1788); also found as born 1781; In 1850: listed as age 68 (if correct, birth would have been abt 1782 and not 1788.]

[NI18210] [A posting, if Andrew Jackson Thomas (Jack) Cobb, b. 25 July 1821, is the same person, has his marriage to Jemima Ann G. (Minnie) Powell, on 22 Jan 1846
in caswell Co. with 10 children born there]

[Also married to Jemima Powell (?), his children's mother not listed]
[A posting, if Andrew Jackson Thomas (Jack) Cobb, b. 25 July 1821, is the same person, has his marriage to Jemima Ann G. (Minnie) Powell, on 22 Jan 1846
in Caswell Co. with 10 children born there]

[BI18210] [bet 1823 and 1825 (email) or as 1821 (?)]

[NI18226] [See http://genforum.genealogy.com/cobb/messages/3509.html - Susannah Swift was not her name]

[NI18233]

[Marriage to Martha Nunnally with eight children listed in dispute since, from http://newsarch.rootsweb.com/th/read/MOLINCOL/2008-01/1201478921, Henry Cobb married Mary/Polly Lovelace ... before 1810 and Henry married 1818 to Martha Nunnally is not a son of Noah, died 1808.]

[BI18233] [Bible record has 1 Feb. 1774 and 2 Feb. 1774]

[NI18235] [Note by Patty Armstrong (by gedcom): "next door to Ebenezer Cobb lived Jane Dill Cobb-- wife of John Cobb, brother to Ebenezer--- and her sons Archibald and Benjamin in 1860.  In 1850 Jane Dill Cobb and sons were there with her husband Noah Cobb and living nearby were Dills and Walkers... same as in 1860."

[NI18265] [She was allegedly a full blooded Cherokee Indian]

[NI18266] [1850 Fentress Co., TN census and "History of Fentress County, Tenn." used for children per FGS of C. L. A. (Davie, FL)]

[BI18266] [abt 1800 per census (FGS of C.L.A.)]

[XI18266] [Evans Cemetery]

[NI18269]

[She was supposedly a descendent of the father of the famous pioneer-statesman Davy Crockett]

[XI18271] [Brockton Union Cemetry]

[NI18278] FC5IGI says "David Packard m. Hannah Ames 17 Dec 1712 Bridgewater,
Plymouth Co
MA".

LDS Ancestral File says "David Packard b. 11 Feb 1687 Bridgewater,
Plymouth Co
MA, p. Zaccheus Packard & Sarah Howard, m. Hannah Ames 7/17 Dec 1712
Bridgewater, Plymouth Co MA, d. 3 Nov 1755 Bridgewater, Plymouth Co
MA".

VRBM says "David Packard b. 11 Feb 1687, p. Zacheus Packard & Sarah ?,
m.
Hannah
Ames 17 Dec 1712, d. 3 Nov 1755".

HESB says "David Packard b. 1687, p. Zacheus Packard & Sarah Howard,
m. Hannah
Ames 1712, d. 1755".

PIEMF says "David Packard b. 17 Dec 1687 Bridgewater, Plymouth Co MA,
p.
Zaccheus Packard & Sarah Howard, m. 17 Dec 1712, d. 3 Nov 1735".

PIEMD says "David Packard b. 11 Feb 1687 Bridgewater, p. Zaccheus
Packard &
Sarah Howard, m. Hannah Ames 17 Dec 1712, d. 3 Nov 1755".

HNBPCM says "David Packard m. Hannah Ames 17 Dec 1712".

DRW says "David Packard m. Hannah Ames 17 Dec 1712 Bridgewater MA".

FC5IGI says "David Packard m. Hannah Ames 17 Dec 1712 Bridgewater, Plymouth Co
MA".

LDS Ancestral File says "David Packard b. 11 Feb 1687 Bridgewater, Plymouth Co
MA, p. Zaccheus Packard & Sarah Howard, m. Hannah Ames 7/17 Dec 1712
Bridgewater, Plymouth Co MA, d. 3 Nov 1755 Bridgewater, Plymouth Co MA".

VRBM says "David Packard b. 11 Feb 1687, p. Zacheus Packard & Sarah ?, m.
Hannah
Ames 17 Dec 1712, d. 3 Nov 1755".

HESB says "David Packard b. 1687, p. Zacheus Packard & Sarah Howard, m. Hannah
Ames 1712, d. 1755".

PIEMF says "David Packard b. 17 Dec 1687 Bridgewater, Plymouth Co MA, p.
Zaccheus Packard & Sarah Howard, m. 17 Dec 1712, d. 3 Nov 1735".

PIEMD says "David Packard b. 11 Feb 1687 Bridgewater, p. Zaccheus Packard &
Sarah Howard, m. Hannah Ames 17 Dec 1712, d. 3 Nov 1755".

HNBPCM says "David Packard m. Hannah Ames 17 Dec 1712".

DRW says "David Packard m. Hannah Ames 17 Dec 1712 Bridgewater MA".

FC5IGI says "David Packard m. Hannah Ames 17 Dec 1712 Bridgewater, Plymouth Co
MA".

LDS Ancestral File says "David Packard b. 11 Feb 1687 Bridgewater, Plymouth Co
MA, p. Zaccheus Packard & Sarah Howard, m. Hannah Ames 7/17 Dec 1712
Bridgewater, Plymouth Co MA, d. 3 Nov 1755 Bridgewater, Plymouth Co MA".

VRBM says "David Packard b. 11 Feb 1687, p. Zacheus Packard & Sarah ?, m.
Hannah
Ames 17 Dec 1712, d. 3 Nov 1755".

HESB says "David Packard b. 1687, p. Zacheus Packard & Sarah Howard, m. Hannah
Ames 1712, d. 1755".

PIEMF says "David Packard b. 17 Dec 1687 Bridgewater, Plymouth Co MA, p.
Zaccheus Packard & Sarah Howard, m. 17 Dec 1712, d. 3 Nov 1735".

PIEMD says "David Packard b. 11 Feb 1687 Bridgewater, p. Zaccheus Packard &
Sarah Howard, m. Hannah Ames 17 Dec 1712, d. 3 Nov 1755".

HNBPCM says "David Packard m. Hannah Ames 17 Dec 1712".

DRW says "David Packard m. Hannah Ames 17 Dec 1712 Bridgewater MA".

[XI18298] [Brockton Union Cemetry]

[XI18300] [Brockton Union Cemetry]

[NI18311] [unmarried in 1807]

[NI18312] [unmarried in 1807]

[NI18313] [unmarried in 1807]
[Is she the Mrs. Sarah J. (Cobb) Warner. who married as his second wife George Bates, b. 23 Jan. 1785 of Cohasset, MA? (no date given in "THE GENEALOGIES OF THE
FAMILIES OF COHASSET MASSACHUSETTS"?]

[NI18317] [He was on the executors' bond for his mother-in-law's will]

[DI18324] [date given (1784) is incorrect since she married, her sister died at her house, and she died a widow (prob. 1874 or 1884)]

[BI18345] [and died young]

[BI18346] [and died young]

[BI18351] [Date given as 18-Nov-1816, Maine  per death record (County Record of Deaths, Volume C, 1889-1894)]

[DI18373] [lost at sea]

[BI18374] [Likely a misprint or error as 1833 given as year of birth but have a different birth in 1833; in listed birth order, birth would be between 1820 and 1825 as well as age at marriage would be 16 if born 1833]

[DI18377] [lost at sea]

[DI18397] ["He was shot in Texas, after the war of the Rebellion, at Brazos Cross Roads, while engaged there as a cattle-driver, he was found with two bullet-holes in his head."]

[BI18402] [calculated date]

[NI18408] [She changed her middle name after her younger sister, Sarah Maria, died]

[BI18408] [Typo or mistake in date of birth in "Cobb Genealogy" as year 1853 given (with marriage in 1862) so year as 1833 or 1834 appropriate]

[BI18412] [then part of Falmouth]

[DI18435] [Deaths Recorded in Kingston For The Year 1943, pg. 30]

[XI18435] [Evergreen Cemetery]

[BI18447] [Full birth data from WWII Draft Registration Cards, 1942]

[BI18452] [calculated]

[XI18466] [Ancient Cemetery]

[BI18481] [1598 to 1604]

[XI18486] [Goodrich Cemetery]

[NI18487] [SOURCE for this family's descendant line was from a file sent by Christina Morton-Scott ("Descendants of Job COBB"); which includes the book "Biographical Sketches of Genesee County, Michigan", pages 401 and 402.
"Jonathan Frost was twice married. On May 30, 1839, he was united in marriage in his old home county in New York to Olive Cobb, ...Jonathan Frost married secondly, Mrs. Ann S. Hawes, a widow, ..."]

[XI18487] [Goodrich Cemetery]

[XI18489] [Goodrich Cemetery]

[XI18490] [Goodrich Cemetery]

[NI18491] [twin to Emory]

[BI18492] [calculated from age at death]

[XI18492] [Goodrich Cemetery]

[XI18493] [Goodrich Cemetery]

[NI18497] [marriage record, "of Dartmouth"]

[BI18497] [Alt place: Little Compton, Newport Co., RI]

[BI18500] [calculated]

[DI18506] [unmarried]

[BI18511] [Record has typo of birth in 1737]

[DI18546] [aged 83 yrs.]

[XI18546] [Thomastown Cemetery - Records Of Cemetery At Thomastown]

[NI18547] [See Burial notes: Find A Grave: Joshua Perkins, Jr.

Birth: May 14, 1759
Plympton
Plymouth County
Massachusetts, USA
Death: May 16, 1835
Colrain
Franklin County
Massachusetts, USA

He married Rebecca Cobb on Dec 26,1782 at Plympton,MA.

Children: Lathrop Perkins, Lazael Perkins, Ignatious Perkins, Thomas Perkins, Rebecca Perkins, Jesse Perkins, and Joshua Perkins III. Perhaps others, possibly including Betsy, b.about 1803, who married Levi Edson and Edward Hale.]

[DI18547] [VR, page 175 (Deaths, Congregational Church record)]

[XI18547] [http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=Perkins&GSiman=1&GScty=58308&GRid=70618214& ... Find A Grave: Joshua Perkins, Jr. in Colrain West Branch Cemetery]

[NI18565] [died at sea]

[NI18569] ["uncle to Henry W. Longfellow, the poet"]

[BI18597] [birth listed as "Aug. 22, 1776 (?)" - date being before marriage of parents so year was wrong]

[DI18606] [Alt. place: Minerva, Essex Co., NY]

[NI18624]

[From a history of Bryant family as narrated by Nathan B. Cobb's mother Marinda Bryant in addition to being from his uncle, Reuben Bryant (1792-1863). However, narrative may be missing a generation in 1700's.]

[NI18625] ["director and cashier of the Peoples bank at that place" (Derby Line, VT)]

[DI18625] [no children]

[BI18634] [calculated]

[BI18635] [calculated]

[BI18648] ["Maine, vol. 3": 24 Sep 1744]

[BI18673] [calculated date from 62-6-14]

[NI18685] [1870 census]

[NI18686] [1870 census]

[BI18700] [Date as 10 Sep 1795 in Isaac Cobb's Genealogy]

[BI18702] [18 Oct 1797 as written: "(or Oct. 17, 1798)"]

[NI18713] ["Cobb Genealogy" provides her spouse(s) as "      Hastings, of         Eisconsin," [typo for Wisconsin] "(or a Mr. Jackson?)"]

[NI18718] [possibly the Isaac Cobb born 1792 who married Melinda Richmond in 1814]

[possibly the Isaac Cobb born 1792 who married Melinda Richmond in 1814]

[possibly the Isaac Cobb who was a son of Isaac Cobb and Patience Waterman]

[BI18718] [The Richmond Family, p. 242]

[NI18720]



[probably a sister to Isaac Cobb who married her husband's sister]

[probably a sister to Isaac Cobb who married her husband's sister]

[NI18722] ["killed by a ram when a small boy"]

[DI18755] [she died unmarried]

[DI18756] [he died unmarried]

[NI18766] [McLaughlin?]

[DI18771] [unmarried]

[BI18796] [1803?]

[BI18867] [abt 1826 per "Owen County" (questionable) since 4th child]

[NI18886]

[Listed first in children in book but date calculated might place him last born]

[NI18893] [In her father's will, to have a larger portion]



[Never married]

[DI18894] [He waited on the sick, same as his uncle Asa Cobb days earlier]

[XI18902] [Mussell Shoals Cemetery]

[BI18917] [estimated]

[NI18919] [David Evans name also found (same person or another husband?)]

[BI18919] [estimated]

[BI18925] [probably Fentress Co., TN]

[BI18926] [probably Fentress Co., TN]

[BI18927] [probably Fentress Co., TN]

[BI18928] [probably Fentress Co., TN]

[BI18929] [probably Fentress Co., TN]

[BI18931] [date from gravestone record]

[DI18931] [date from gravestone record]

[XI18931] [Pine Grove Cemetery]

[BI18933] [date from gravestone record]

[DI18933] [date from gravestone record]

[XI18933] [Pine Grove Cemetery]

[BI18974] [Cobb: 7 Mar 1799]

[BI19006] [calculated date: death at age of 4 years 9 months 13 days]

[XI19006] [Goodrich Cemetery]

[XI19008] [Goodrich Cemetery]

[XI19010] [Goodrich Cemetery]

[XI19012] [Goodrich Cemetery]

[XI19054] [Ida Hill Cemetery]

[NI19058]

[see http://www.shaweb.net/Farnsworth/FarnsworthM/415%20Jonathan%20Farnsworth.htm for family]

[DI19058] [Kelloggs: Jan. 1845]

[BI19068] [calculated date]

[BI19069] [aka Canada East, Province of Canada (formerly "Lower Canada", now Quebec, Canada)]

[NI19077] [Spelled as "Myranda"]

[DI19079] ["He died ... leaving two daughters]

[NI19086] [married (name not given) "July 17, 1856. a farmer, with eight children."]

[DI19087] [New York, Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861-1900 has Marion L. Cobb on record as widow June 17, 1885]

[DI19090] [As Olive Vandenburgh, "Vermont, Vital Records, 1760-2003"]

[XI19093] [Worthington/Moses Cemetery]

[DI19094] [not dated but "died young"]

[DI19095] [Deaths at Wallingford, 1915]
[As "Acute Indigertion", along with date and place of death from Ancestry.com. Vermont Death Records, 1909-2008 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010.
Original data:
WVermont. Vermont Death Records, 1909-2003. Vermont State Archives and Records Administration, Montpelier, Vermont.]

[NI19107] [Isaac Cobb has her mixed with sister Francis Ann regarding birth and marriage]

[BI19107] [Birth: Nov. 4, 1822 (NBC)]

[BI19109] [in West Lebanon, NH?; calculated date]

[DI19129] [Cobb: 11 Feb 1815]

[XI19129] [Cedar Grove Cemetery]

[NI19133] [census]

[Probably the Nancy Cobb, aged 69, listed in 6/19/1860 census with Charles C. Cobb & family]

[XI19133] [Cedar Grove Cemetery]

[NI19140] [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~tclough/SS/p17.htm#i416]

[NI19149] [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~tclough/SS/p17.htm#i413]

[BI19163] [this date likely wrong as she would be very young to have married and have child; probably 1780?]

[BI19167] [1803 per age in 1860 census and 1805 per 1870 census]

[BI19191] [died young]

[BI19216] [year 1849 from gravestone, aged 30 in 1880  (1850) but as July 1851 in 1900 census]

[DI19216] [year from gravestone]

[BI19218] [year 1861 from gravestone, as aged 10 in 1870 and as Oct 1861 in 1900 census]

[DI19218] [year from gravestone]

[BI19238] [that part known as Newton Highlands]

[XI19245] [South Barnard Cemetery]

[XI19250] [South Barnard Cemetery]

[BI19260] [Probably as Harold Belmont Nickerson? Birthplace not given, likely in Chatham or in Vt before move to Chatham that year]

[BI19261] probably Franklin Binney Cobb?]

[BI19262] [Barnard, Windsor Co., VT, USA? (Cobb)]

[XI19276] [Mt. Pleasant Cemetery]
Per "Branches & Twigs, Summer 1978, Vol. 7, #3, p. 79" and

[NI19279] [1870 census]

[maybe Grant Ulysses Cobb?]

[NI19291] [Mass. Archives: 1893, Vol. 437, Plymouth Deaths, p. 656, #137]

[DI19291] [Mass. Archives: 1893, Vol. 437, Plymouth Deaths, p. 656, #137; single]

[BI19315] [calculated date]

[DI19335] ["1882 (?)"]

[BI19337] [possibly in Barnstable, MA]

[DI19346] [aged 80y, 3m, 8d (cemetery record has aged 80)]

[BI19353] [Nov. 19, ___ (aft 1822 and bef 1829)]

[XI19353] [Hamilton Cemetery, Lot #70]

[XI19354] [Hamilton Cemetery, Lot #70]

[XI19355] [Hamilton Cemetery, Lot #70]

[BI19367] [5 Jan 1833]

[BI19392] [or Joanna Cobb, born in 1792, in Carver, Mass. (per query 2019 in The Maine Genealogical Society Newsletter, Dec. 1989) ?]

[DI19392] [or Joanna Cobb, died 1872. (per query 2019 in The Maine Genealogical Society Newsletter, Dec. 1989) ?]

[XI19393] [Center Cemetery]

[DI19395] [Date shown on gravestone in [Find A Grave Memorial# 65299438 (2011)]

[XI19395] [Elmwood Cemetery]

[XI19400] [Elmwood Cemetery]

[XI19406] [Maple Ridge Cemetery]

[BI19421] [He was from Hartford, Maine]

[NI19428] [she did not get married]

[NI19432] [Was she known as Clara (1880 census has right age)?

[BI19432] [calculated by age at death, gravestone record]

[DI19432] [her obt said 1/25]

[XI19432] [Rosehill Cemetery]

[DI19475] [deceased (but his widow was living) when Samuel Cobb's will made in 1829]

[BI19488] [calculated by age at death, gravestone record]

[XI19488] [Section M of Rosehill Cemetery]

[NI19492] ["Lieut. Gilchrist of the English navy"]

[DI19494] [listed first; died as a child; perhaps death meant to be in 1803 and not 1830 as found]

[XI19504] [Union Cemetery: Cobb, Mary, died May 12, 1852, age 74 years, (this stone was set in concrete).]

[XI19506] [Union Cemetery: Cobb, Sylvanus Jr., died May 6, _, (this stone was fragmented and parts missing)]

[DI19507] [as 13 Feb 1833 by Isaac Cobb's record but gravestone record has February 13, 1838, age 31 years. Age (31)shows the 1833 date is incorrect and 1838 more correct but not exact.]

[XI19507] [Union Cemetery: Cobb, Jonathan, died February 13, 1838, age 31 years.]

[XI19509] [Union Cemetery: Sally Ann, wife of Lyman Sweetland, died November 29, 1879, age 69]

[DI19523] ["lost at sea"]

[DI19545] [Birthplace: Vermont, Marital Status: Married (per "Michigan, Deaths, 1867-1897,"; FamilySearch)]

[DI19556] [as a hoime missionary]

[NI19561] [A search for Lavinia Leavitt on the Internet only finds this close match with different spouse: at http://www.leavittfamilies.org/cgi-leavittfamilies/igmget.cgi/n=Leavitt?I18690 >
"Lavinia Leavitt ....Born: Abt 1807 in Campton, Grafton, New Hampshire .... married Ezekiel Rogers, abt 1828 in of, Grafton, New Hampshire"]

[DI19563] [Her death: May 10, 1878 (p. 105)  "aged nearly 60 years" or May 10, 1873 (p. 426); 1873 date fits age]

[DI19570] ["unmarried"]

[BI19574] [b. 9 Sep 1845 per "Kimball" and "THE HISTORY OF 5ANF0RD, MAINE. 1661-1900" but 9 Sep 1832 by Isaac Cobb]

[DI19578] [Danville Junction (Auburn)]

[DI19600] [at the residence of his son, John Hay Farnham]

[XI19601] [The Old Burying Hill:
      In
Memory of
Mrs. Hannah Bliss Farnham
Consort of
Dea.n William Farnham
& daughter of the late
Revd William Emerson
of Concord Mass.
Died March 27th 1807

[NI19615] ["History of Barnard, Vermont"  (Vol. 2) has this Benjamin Mallows b. abt 1837, marrying in 1891; son of a different mother (Phebe Ann)]

[DI19617] No year given on copied page but before 1900 and 1901 records.

[NI19621] [Perhaps the John S. Cobb, 1889 - 1973, buried in Middleboro, MA with wife Wilma M., 1896 - 1942. Stone marked COBB with two separate markers with name and years in Nemasket]

[XI19621] [Nemasket Hill Cemetery]

[DI19633] [d. May 7, 1875 (F & E Cobb); Feb. 7, 1875 (Isaac Cobb)]

[BI19638] [Dec. 2, 1855 (Isaac Cobb)]

[BI19639] [As 19 Jan 1859 but place not indicated, per Isaac Cobb]

[BI19642] [As 12 Nov 1855 - but no birthplace - per Isaac Cobb]

[BI19647] [As 22 Jan 1868 - but no birthplace - per Isaac Cobb]

[BI19648] [As 22 Dec 1871 per Isaac Cobb]

[BI19650] [Bowen references "History of Cornish" giving date as "Aug. 21, 1775".]

[NI19657] [9/3/2004: Cobb Family Genealogy Forum]

[BI19657] [Maine, Birth Records, 1621-1922 (Ancestry)]
[Web: Maine, Find A Grave Index, 1700-2012]

[DI19657] [Web: Maine, Find A Grave Index, 1700-2012]

[XI19657] [Web: Maine, Find A Grave Index, 1700-2012]

[NI19658] [1880 census]

[NI19685] [named as "Lydia Ann Sylvesta" in "Cobb Genealogy" but likely as Sylvester]

[NI19687]

[She and her brother William lived in Rochester, Mass. after her mother's death in 1849, raised by her mother's family.]

[XI19687] [Ridgewood Cemetery]

[BI19688] ["Cobb-Carr": born at Parkman, Geauga Co., Ohio, and also as Hambden, Geauga Co., Ohio]

[DI19688] ["He helped survey and found the town of Wellston, ... " after the war]

[XI19688] [Ridgewood Cemetery]

[DI19693] [four children born before her death]

[BI19699] [26Aug. (IC), 27 Aug. (Cape Cod)]

[BI19703] [1900 census has birth in Aug 1857]

[DI19704] [in Delaware Bay]

[BI19706] [1900 census has birth Dec 1863]

[NI19724]

In Holland, as William Simonzoon (Symonson)

[XI19763] [Old Cemetery at Plympton Center]

[NI19771] [some family information from an email, 12-15-2007, by "J+P Rabbitt"]

[DI19771] ["He was lost at sea"]

[NI19772] [1870 census]

[DI19773] [Rootsweb's Maine Death Records at http://vitals.rootsweb.com/me/death/search]

[DI19779] ["visiting his uncle, Ebenezer Richardson ...  in Western New York"]

[DI19782] ["At his death, his descendants were sixteen children, fifty-three grandchildren, and eleven great-grandchildren."]

[BI19787] [calculated]

[NI19795] [She is not listed with other births except in "Cobb Genealogy" (by Isaac Cobb)]

[NI19797] ["Cobb Genealogy" (by Isaac Cobb) has marriage to Arthur Bennett but names of children in Midd. show he married a different Olive Cobb, a dau. of Benjamin Cobb]

[DI19797] [not mentioned in her father's will, likely deceased before June 1800]

[XI19803] [Welcome O. Brown Cemetery]

[NI19893] [William Gould  January 19, 2004  The Cobb Genealogy by Isaac Cobb 1825-1890 Vol I lists a Melatiah Cobb b Apr 1 1755 prob Kingston or Plympton,Mass who married Rebecca Brewster of Kingston,Mass in 1784. Their children were Mahala,Lemuel,Betsey Walker,Susan, Rebecca,Clarissa and Jerusha. According to the Cobb Genealogy he moved to New Hampshire. I believe that he first married Content Barrows of Plympton,Mass on Dec 4,1777 and went to New Hampshire but I can't prove that they are the same Maletiah Cobb who married these two wives. Can anyone help? Please note that Maletiah /Malatiah/Melatiah/Meletiah/Maltiah are all variations of the same name.Please email me at ]
[Note: above Malatiah Cobb recorded in Kingston, MA VR but had a family in Kingston when Malatiah Cobb of Mt. Vernon, ME had a family there.]

[Birth and marriage not found in Plymouth Co. records; event and family from 3 July 2001 email of Mahlon Bickford referring to Mt. Vernon (ME) vital records of family]
[Find a Peltiah Cobb on page about Mt. Vernon's 1790 Census (#155) as one of the "Early settlers who do not appear on 1790 census". See
< http://www.rootsweb.com/~mecreadf/mtv1790.htm - 1790 MAINE CENSUS for WASHINGTON (MT. VERNON), MAINE with additional information >]

[BI19893] ["Melatiah told the late William Doble of Lincoln, Me., that he was born in "Ould Plimptown", Mass., m. Content Barrow]s, in plympton, Mass., Dec. 4, 1777, by the Rev. Mr. Howland; m. second, Betsey Coltman, of Falmouth, Me., July 8, 1824, by the Rev. Samuel Rand, Portland."

[DI19894] [Reported in the "Eastern Argus" of Sept. 30, 1823]

[XI19896] [Western Cemetery]

[DI19920] ["died in infancy"]

[DI19925] [unmarried]

[DI19926] [unmarried]

[DI19927] [unmarried]

[BI19933] [As Apr. 14. 1769 per "Windham...Past"]

[BI19934] [As 25 Aug 1769 per "Windham...Past"]

[DI19934] [As 1 Aug 1856 per Isaac Cobb but as Aug. 1, 1817 per "Windham...Past" (more likely)]

[DI19935] [d. in infancy]

[BI19944] ["a sister to Catherine, wife of Benjamin Cobb, Stephen's brother"]

[NI19948] [From "BIBBER, James the immigrant", ancestry would be from James and Abigail (Drew) Bibber who moved to Harpswell, Maine and settled there. James, b. July 1707 on the Isle of Jersey, England, died in 1773 and wife Abigail, who was b. b. June 21, 1714 in Dover, NH, died in 1783. She was a daughter of John Drew and Rebecca Cook.
James and Abigail (Drew) Bibber had the following children:
Lemuel Bibber, James Bibber, Jr., Abigail "Nabby" Bibber, Rebecca Bibber, Susanna Bibber, Anna Bibber, Elizabeth Bibber, Sarah Bibber and Hannah Bibber.]

[NI19953] [She had to have born aft 1790 if mother of children born 1819 -  1834]

[NI19973]

The last page of grandpa [William Chaney, 1817-1899] Chaney's letter dated Dec ------- reads: Jo [Josiah Chaney, 1852-1901] I don't see any prospect ahead for us for the [coming] year. It will take more than the rent to do the [fixing] that will have to be done this spring. Land is gone down in [value] to half what it was ten years ago. 100-30- acres of Bent Broadus' place with the house brought 8.30 this [spring]. Fowler last fall sold for 8 hundred, I don't think in its present condition would bring more than 3.50. We could sell all for about 4 hundred. I know something will have to be done by some of you. Your mother [Nancy Keene Chaney, 1824-1904] is not [managing] right. I believe she would be willing to live with you or Ed [Edwin Frank Chaney, 1854-1923].
Wm Chaney (carbon of his signature)

According to a letter written by his son William, William Cheney was raised in or near Irvine, Estill County, Kentucky. He came from Irvine to Richmond, Madison County in 1830. The letter says that the first six children were born in Richmond, the family moved to the country in January, 1864, and the last four children were born there. According to the birth dates of the children, however, there were seven children born by January, 1864, so possibly only the last three were born after the family moved away from Richmond.

[NI19975]

Copy of a letter from Donald Keene, 1507 N. Highland St., Champaign, IL, to State of Kentucky, Jan. 6, 1974:

He states that he located the graves of his great grandparents in the Nolan or Noland Cemetery, near Union City, Kentucky. He quotes the stones, "James Keene, Born Match 4, 1794, Died March 28, 1863" and "Frances, wife of James Keene, Born Feb. 28, 1800, Died June 3, 1878". He states that the cemetery is in a run-down condition and most of the markers are just lying on the ground. He asks if there is any chance of the cemetery being restored. He also adds that his grandfather, Robert Keene was born at Union City, a son of James and Frances (Cobb) Keene. He continues that his father, Robert Owsley Keene, was born near Richmond, Kentucky in 1888. The family moved to Illinois around 1892.

Copy of a letter from the State of Kentucky to Donald Keene, Feb. 11, 1974:

He is told that there is a Kentucky Cemetery Restoration Association that can advise him of their policy and plans. He is also given the address of the Madison Co. Historical Society, 120 W. Main St., Richmond, KY 40475.

There was also a Family Group Sheet with information about the family of James & Frances (Cobb) Keene, which I copied into my data base.

[DI19989] 1963MN006548

[NI19994] BIOGRAPHY OF RAY ALFONZO BARTON & NANCY LAURA CHENEY

Ray was born on a farm in Jackson County, Iowa, on July 17, 1889, the son of Jonathan Barton and Mary Gaddis.  The family moved to Rock County, Minnesota, then to Lake View, Iowa in 1895. The Barton and Sweet families' relationship began in 1905, when Ray's oldest sister, Zada, married John Garfield Sweet. Ray graduated from high school at Lake View in 1907. That same year, the Barton family moved from Lake View to a farm in Pipestone County, near Bertram Sweet's farm. Bert was an older brother of John Garfield. Young Ray had worked at Bert's farm during the summers of his high school years.

Nancy Cheney was born on a farm in Troy Township, Pipestone County, Minnesota, on August 2, 1889. She was the oldest daughter of Edwin Cheney and Esther Sweet. Bertram and John Garfield Sweet were Nancy's uncles. Ray must have courted Nancy during those summers he worked at Bert's farm. Ray and Nancy were married in Pipestone in 1911. They soon moved to Mankato, where Ray attended business school. After he graduated in 1914, Ray and Nancy, who were now the parents of a toddler, with another child on the way, moved to Trosky, a small town near Pipestone, where they built a small house. Ray managed the hotel, barbered, and had a cream station. In those days, a cream station was the middle man between farmers and local dairies, buying milk from the farmers and selling it to the dairies. Three daughters were born to the couple in Trosky. In 1919, they sold their house and cream station in Trosky to Ray's parents and moved to Worthington, Minnesota, then to Jackson, Minnesota in 1923. Ray operated cream stations in both towns. In 1925, the family moved to St. Paul and Ray became a traveling salesman. In 1929, the year their last child was born, the economy collapsed and the Great Depression began. During the Thirties, Ray took whatever work he could find to support his family. He worked for the City of St. Paul, delivered baked goods and sold Watkins products.

After their children were grown, Ray and Nancy lived for a few years with their daughter and son-in-law, Berneil and Warren Miller, then moved to the Mt. Airy Apartments in St. Paul. Nancy and Ray spent nearly fifty years in St. Paul, where they raised their eight children. Besides being a full-time mother, Nancy liked to write stories for her children and paint with water colors. During her later life, Nancy developed heart problems, and was one of the first recipients of a cardiac pacemaker. Nancy and Ray were married more than sixty years. Nancy died in St. Paul on November 28, 1972. Ray lived for a little more than a year more, and died on May 5, 1974. They are both buried in Union Cemetery on the East Side of St. Paul.

Information for this biography from the privately published book, "The Bartons" by their son, Ray Barton Jr.; personal recollection of Rose Barton Kyllo and Pipestone County Historical Society.

[DI19994] 1974MN013657

[NI19995] BIOGRAPHY OF NANCY LAURA CHENEY

Nancy was born on a farm in Troy Township, Pipestone County, Minnesota, on August 2, 1889. She was the oldest daughter of Edwin Cheney and Esther Sweet. John Garfield Sweet, Nancy's uncle, married Zada Barton in 1905. She was the oldest sister of Ray Barton. Young Ray had a summer job on the farm of Bertram Sweet, another of Nancy's uncles, during his high school years. During those summers he must have courted and won Nancy's heart. Ray and Nancy were married in Pipestone in 1911, and farmed for a short time before moving to Mankato, Minnesota.

After Ray graduated from business school in 1914, Ray and Nancy, who were now the partents of a toddler, with another child on the way, moved to Trosky, a small town near Pipestone, where they built a small house. Ray managed the hotel, barbered, and had a cream station, meaning he bought milk from farmers and resold it to local dairies. Three daughters were born to the couple in Trosky. In 1919, they sold their house in Trosky to Ray's parents and moved to Worthington, Minnesota, then to Jackson, Minnesota in 1923. Ray operated cream stations in both towns. In 1925, the family moved to St. Paul and Ray became a traveling salesman. In 1929, the year their eighth child was born, the economy collapsed and the Great Depression began. During the Thirties, Ray took whatever work he could find to support his family, he worked for the City of St. Paul, delivered baked goods and sold Watkins products.

Nancy and Ray spent nearly fifty years in St. Paul, where they raised their eight children. Besides being a full-time mother, Nancy liked to write stories for her children and paint with water colors. During her later life, Nancy developed heart problems, and was one of the first recipients of a cardiac pacemaker. After their children were grown, Ray and Nancy lived for a few years with their daughter and son-in-law, Berneil and Warren Miller, then moved to the Mt. Airy Apartments in St. Paul. Nancy and Ray were married more than sixty years. Nancy died in St. Paul on November 28, 1972. Ray lived for a little more than a year more. They are both buried in Union Cemetery on the East Side of St. Paul.

Information for this biography from the privately published book, "The Bartons" by Ray Barton Jr.; personal recollection of Rose barton Kyllo and Pipestone County Historical Society.

[DI19995] 1972MN034910

[NI20003] BIOGRAPHY OF EDWIN FRANK CHENEY & ESTHER ZUELLA SWEET

Edwin was the son of William and Nancy Keene Chaney. He was born in Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky on January 20, 1854. Many sources say he was born in 1860, but a letter written by his cousin, a contemporary, says he was born in 1854. The earlier birth year also makes more sense when one looks at a list of his siblings. Finally, he is listed as being 38 years old on the birth record of his son William in March, 1892. His daughter Nancy described his family as typical mountain people of the 1800's, poor, uneducated, living in a remote area.

Edwin came to Minnesota in 1886 and settled on a farm in Grange Township, Pipestone County, where he was a partner of Lorenzo Reuben Sweet. There he met Esther Sweet, the oldest daughter of William and Nancy Jane McLain Sweet, who was born on September 21, 1867 in Tipton, Iowa. She was a half-sister of Lorenzo.  They were married on August 11, 1888 in Pipestone County. For the next thirty-three years they lived on their farm in that same county. Edwin and Esther had ten children. In 1914, Edwin was injured when his wagon team bolted. He fell from the wagon and was run over. Edwin never fully recovered, and for the rest of his life was a semi-invalid.

In 1920, his sons Howard and Edwin homesteaded land in the Northwest Angle, on what was some of the last remaining public land in the United States, and persuaded Edwin to move the family there with them. Life was very difficult there, and Edwin only lived a year after moving to the Angle in 1922. He was brought to his daughter's home in Minneapolis, where he died on October 13, 1923. Esther returned to northern Minnesota after Edwin's death, living in Baudette and Thief River Falls, where she lived until February 10, 1935.

Information for this biography was taken from the privately published book, "The Bartons" by Ray Barton.

[DI20003] 1923MN021632

[XI20003] [Prairie Lawn Cemetery]

[NI20004] BIOGRAPHY OF ESTHER ZUELLA SWEET

Esther was the oldest daughter of William and Nancy Jane McLain Sweet. She was born on September 21, 1867 on a farm near Tipton, Iowa. In the spring of 1879, the family moved from Iowa to Pipestone County, Minnesota where William started farming in Troy Township. Esther had an older half-brother named Lorenzo Reuben Sweet. In 1886, Lorenzo Sweet formed a partnership with Edwin Chaney to work a farm in Grange Township, Pipestone County. Edwin had come to Minnesota that year from Kentucky. Esther and Edwin met that year, and on August 11, 1888, they were married in Pipestone County.

For the next thirty-three years they lived on their own farm in that same county. Edwin and Esther had ten children. In 1914, Edwin was injured when his wagon team bolted. He fell from the wagon and was run over. Edwin never fully recovered, and for the rest of his life was a semi-invalid. In 1920, their sons Howard and Edwin homesteaded land in the Northwest Angle, on what was some of the last remaining public land in the United States, and persuaded Edwin to move the family there with them. Life was very difficult there, and Edwin only lived a year after moving to the Angle in 1922. Esther returned to northern Minnesota after Edwin's death, living in Baudette and Thief River Falls, where she died on February 10, 1935.

Information for this biography was taken from the privately published book, "The Bartons" by Ray Barton.

[DI20004] [124 Pine Ave.]

[DI20006] 1977MN001223

[DI20007] 1984MN016830

[DI20009] 1969MN030758

[DI20010] 1984MN003868

[NI20022] From uncle [William Jennings Chaney, 1861-1889] Will's letter, dated Spears, Ky. May --------: Your grandfather [William Chaney, 1817-1899]- my father- was raised in or near Irvine, Estill County, Ky. My grandfather John [John Chaney, 1785-1875] and grandmother Jemima came from Virginia where the third brother from Germany settled, according to what my father always told me. The other two you had right - one in Md. - one in N.C. and the other in Va. My father died outside the church but claims to have been Christian in the Quaker church. My grandmother was named Jemima Brinkley [Jemima Brinkley Chaney, 1788-?]. Grandfather's mother was named Hornbuckle [I believe it was William's maternal grandfather, James Keene, 1795-1863 whose mother was named Nancy Hornbuckle, 1769-?]. Grandpa Chaney and his wife [John Chaney & Jemima Brinkley Chaney] lived many years and died near Irvine, Ky. and were close to 100 years of age, each. They live quiet, Christian, humble, unassuming and inoffensive. Everyone like "Uncle John" and "Aunt Mima". My father came from Irvine to Richmond in 1830 where the first six children were born. He left town for the country in January 1864, where the four younger children were born.


[According to the birth dates of the children, however, there were seven children born by January, 1864, so possibly only the last three were born after the family moved away from Richmond.]

[NI20025] Extract from uncle [John Keene Chaney, 1870-?] John's letter of April -------: Ida [Wilbur Chaney's mother, Ida Livingston Chaney, 1860-1909, wife of Josiah Chaney, 1852-1901] I get the home place, she had that fixed [up] years ago. The children are willing for me to have it, as she wouldn't live with any of them. It was her desire for me to have the house.

[NI20036] Gravestone has date of marriage, as well as dates of birth & death

[NI20041] Robert & Polly moved to Illinois in 1888 and lived in the town of Mahomet, 10 miles west of Champaign.

(letter to Busslers from Marie Keene, Nov. 1991)

[DI20071] 1963MN002335

[NI20075] Message on Caswell Co. message board from Charles King: James Bruce married Peggy Cobb in Caswell Co. on Oct. 7, 1808. They moved to Madison Co., Ky. about 1810.

[BI20078] [May be 1806 birth unless his mother would be a second spouse of his father Samuel Cobb]

[NI20079] History of the State of Kentucky, Madison County, by Perrin, Battle & Kniffen

[NI20080] History of the State of Kentucky, Madison County, by Perrin, Battle & Kniffen

[NI20081] History of the State of Kentucky, Madison County, by Perrin, Battle & Kniffen

[NI20082] History of the State of Kentucky, Madison County, by Perrin, Battle & Kniffen

[NI20084] History of the State of Kentucky, Madison County, by Perrin, Battle & Kniffen

[NI20085] History of the State of Kentucky, Madison County, by Perrin, Battle & Kniffen

[NI20086] History of the State of Kentucky, Madison County, by Perrin, Battle & Kniffen

[NI20087] History of the State of Kentucky, Madison County, by Perrin, Battle & Kniffen

[NI20088] History of the State of Kentucky, Madison County, by Perrin, Battle & Kniffen

[NI20089] History of the State of Kentucky, Madison County, by Perrin, Battle & Kniffen

[NI20090] History of the State of Kentucky, Madison County, by Perrin, Battle & Kniffen

[NI20091] [father's will]

[NI20093] Marriage record found on Caswell County Rootsweb page.

[NI20096] [Note by Patty Armstrong (by gedcom): she had his birth in 1752 and provided:
He lived in 1820 in Hancock Co., Ga He lived in 1830 in Butts Co, Ga;  He was a farmer in 1850 in Monroe Co. Ga.  He died in 1850 Monroe Co. GA.

Levi and Rebecca Elmore had 4 childred between 1811 and 1825.

Levi and Rebecca Walker had 5 children.

Living with Levi and Rebecca in 1850 in Monroe Co. Ga was an Elizabeth Cob, age 80 F. born in NC.  This could be Levi's mother.  No children were present in the home.  If this is correct Elizabeth Walker Cobb would be 101.  It does not tally with Elizabeth Walkers death date 1808 In NC.

[NI20099]

[see http://genforum.genealogy.com/cgi-bin/pageload.cgi?nancy,Cobb::tevis::250.html]

[DI20105] ["at the burning of the alms-house"]

[DI20106] [As Mar. 25, 1825 per Isaac Cobb but as Mar. 24, 1825 per "Windham...Past"]

[DI20109] ["Lewis Hardy, of Windham, was appointed guardiuan of his children".]

[NI20112] [Rev. Charles N. Sinnett's genealogy on the Coombs family only has her marrying a "Mr. Cobb" and names only two children (Hiram Cobb and Alfred T. Cobb)]

[XI20113] [Growstown Cemetery]

[XI20114] [Growstown Cemetery]

[NI20115] ["He went away, and not afterwards heard from."]
[Was he the Joseph Cobb born in 1792 (as Nelson, NH? per The History of Hancock New Hampshire 1764-1889 ) who had three marriages before dying 9 Mar 1855 in California?]

[BI20121] [based on age of 73 years, 3 months at death]

[DI20122] [now as Deering, Maine at his home near Deering's Bridge]

[XI20122] [Western Cemetery]

[DI20123] [Boston Highlands]

[XI20123] [Western Cemetery]

[BI20135] [1782, estimated; however as July 6, 1780 per "Windham ..." with this and Peter's dates reversed]

[NI20137] ["Relief (or, as the inscription on her grave stone has it, "Lepha")"]

[XI20155] [Smith Cemetery]

[XI20156] [Smith Cemetery]

[XI20158] [Smith Cemetery]

[XI20159] [Smith Cemetery]

[BI20160] [As Sept. 1, 1803 per Isaac Cobb but as July 21, 1802 per "Windham...Past" (was Sept. 1, 1803 baptismal date?)]

[BI20161] [aged 65 at death]

[XI20161] ["in the cemetery on Barbour's Hill, near Allen's Corner"]

[DI20163] ["at the house of his nephew, George William Cobb", unmarried]

[DI20165] [unmarried]

[BI20169] [calculated date (aged 79y-11m-7d at death)]

[DI20171] [aged 35 yrs., unmarried]

[NI20173] [after her husband's death in 1841, she moved back to Bangor, ME and had a second marriage]

[BI20175] [Nathanil, s. Jonas and Ruth, Feb. 18, 1761]

[BI20192] His birth not listed in childrens' register in "Saco Valley Settlements and Families..."  pg. 1139: Sawyer Families" but listed in anotherbook without date]

[BI20204] [calculated]

[DI20212] [not in 1830 census and her husband was only person]

[DI20215] [unmarried]

[DI20216] [unmarried]

[DI20218] [unmarried]

[DI20231] [unmarried]

[DI20232] [unmarried]

[NI20237] [One of the children born blind in the family; however he became a Baptist minister]

[XI20243] [Western Cemetery]

[NI20259]

[aka Rodolphus Cobb]

[DI20262] [Cobb Genealogy has her death at 24 Feb 1873 in Waverly, Tioga Co., NY but "Descendants of David and Amyes (Colle) Thomson" has different info - death in 1882 at Oregon, Wisc.]

[BI20263] [Cobb_Woolever.doc: 1810]

[NI20265] ["of Hardwick, Mass."]

[XI20282] [Welcome O. Brown Cemetery]

[XI20283] [Welcome O. Brown Cemetery]

[XI20284] [North Cemetery]

[NI20293] [Her two grandchildren had Harman as a middle name so spelling likely as "Harman" and not "Harmon"]

[DI20297] [Larry Hill]

[BI20301] [Isaac Cobb: no date of birth, only Shelbyville, KY given as place of marriage and residence of parents]

[BI20311] [Date given as 13 Jan. 1822 (Larry White)]

[BI20317] [calculated date]

[BI20324] [Alt.: 26 Sep 1780 (baptism?)]

[XI20328] [Cobb Plot]

[BI20331] [probably John Cram b. 13 Sep 1789? per "Births:  Windham, Cumberland County, Maine - Friends Church Records", no parents listed]
[One web has place as Parsonsfield, York Co., Maine]

[DI20332] [Alt.: Illinois, USA]

[BI20346] [17 Jul 1800 by age given at death [82-2-20] (2:501)]

[DI20347] ["Saco": at Hart's Location, NH]

[XI20347] [NW of Bartlett, Carroll Co., NH, USA]

[DI20359] [Civil War soldier]

[XI20361] [South Chatham Cemetery]

[BI20362] [Dec. 1851? 1900 census]

[BI20364] [Nov. 1858 date in 1900 census]

[BI20366] [calculated from age recorded at death]

[DI20366] [Chatham town record]

[DI20382] ["at sea in 1835, aboard brig Essex, of Portland, on her passage from Point Petre to Mobile." (Point Peter, GA?)]

[DI20386] ["lost overboard from brig Trim, ... on the passage from Portland to Havana."]

[NI20403] ["went away and never returned" (per Isaac Cobb)]

[BI20406] [calculated date]

[DI20410] ["lost from steamer General Warren ... on the passage from Portland to Boston."]

[DI20411] ["Salisbury rebel prison"]

[DI20422] [Gravestone transcription]

[XI20422] [Growstown Cemetery]

[BI20428] [calculated date is Mar 1812 but gs has 1806]

[XI20428] [Growstown Cemetery]

[DI20436] [As Aug. 15, 1844 per Isaac Cobb but as Aug. 18, 1844 per "Windham...Past"]

[BI20437] [As 8 May 1799 per Isaac Cobb but as 1 May 1799 per "Windham...Past" ]

[DI20437] ["He sailed out of New York, in 1823, and the vessel was never heard from afterwards"]

[NI20438] [married (unknown name and date) "in Elizabeth City, N. C."]

[BI20439] [13 Aug 1802?: As Aug. 13, 1801 per Isaac Cobb but as Aug. 13, 1802 per "Windham...Past"]

[BI20440] [25 Apr 1806?: As Apr. 26, 1806 per Isaac Cobb but as Apr. 25, 1806 per "Windham...Past"]

[BI20443] [As July 21, 1815 per Isaac Cobb but as July 25, 1815 per "Windham...Past" ]

[BI20446] [As 19 Oct 1806 per Isaac Cobb but as Oct., 1804 per "Windham...Past"]

[BI20465] [5 Feb 1795?]

[BI20469] [26 Dec 1801 per a Gray ME VR record transcription]

[XI20476] [Mount Rest Cemetery]

[XI20481] [Mount Rest Cemetery]

[BI20485] [born in 1822 in Pittston (VR) or 1823 in Gray (Isaac Cobb) after which they moved]

[BI20487] [Recorded in Pittston, Maine but family lived in Pittsfield, Maine before later moving there and his birth was in Pittsfield per Isaac Cobb]

[XI20488] [Blanchard Cemetery]

[BI20491] [Later page (511) has his birth as being in 1815, instead of 1814; age at death puts 1815 date correct]

[DI20505] ["He was a passenger in the schooner Melrose, which sailed from Yarmouth, N. S., for Boston, Mass., at six o'clock on the night of Monday, October 28, 1861, and which was lost at sea between that time [i.e. Monday night] and the next Wednesday noon, with every man on board."] [thus between 10-28-1861 (after 6 p.m.) and before noon of 10-30-1861]

[DI20507] [after 7-1844 (birth of child) and before 1858 (birth of child by second wife in 1859)]

[DI20509] ["died in Infancy"]

[NI20518] ["minister of the Methodist Episcopal Church ..."]

[BI20521] [calculated date]

[DI20521] ["aged 66 years, 2 months and 10 days"]

[DI20523] [Oct. 14, 1859 (or later)? Date given after note about engaged in roofing business but may be date of death]

[DI20549] [typo has date as "Nov. 17, 1816"; perhaps as 1826]

[NI20568] [as printed in the genealogy, however, it should probably be Bailey or "Bayley" (his mother's maiden name)]

[XI20588] [Bangs Plot]

[BI20595] [died young]

[BI20597] [calculated date]

[BI20613] [calculated from aged 82y 6 mo. at death)

[BI20616] [calculated date]

[BI20637] [now as Deering, ME]

[NI20649] [Isaac Cobb (1825-1890), compiler, Cobb Genealogy  [aka "History and Genealogy of the Cobb Family in New England"] left his genealogical work at his death to Francis D. Cobb [Richard Cobb]]

[BI20649] [gravestone]

[DI20649] [Hyannis Patriot - Monday, January 11, 1915 - Page: 3 - Death of Francis D. Cobb -
   Francis D. Cobb, one of our best known and eldest summer residents, died at his home here at midnight Thursday. he had been failing in health for some years but the immediate cause of his death was pneumonia.] [Date also from gravestone]

[XI20649] [Cobb's Hill East Cemetery]

[XI20652] [Cobb's Hill East Cemetery]

[BI20679] [As 1829 per "Windham...Past"]

[DI20679] [aged 67 years]

[BI20711] [twin to sister Julia Ann Cobb]

[DI20711] [died in infancy]

[DI20712] [died in infancy]

[XI20714] [Evergreen Cemetery]

[BI20719] [calculated date]

[XI20719] [Saccarappa Cemetery; as wife of Enoch P. Cobb (sic)]

[DI20722] ['leaving a widow and three children, all boys"]

[XI20723] [Pine Grove Cemetery]

[XI20727] [Litchfield Plains Cemetery]

[DI20730] [aged 83 yr. 9 mo., wife of Alfred Cobb]

[XI20730] [Pine Grove Cemetery]

[NI20731] [Named as Russ in "Cobb Genealogy" but family named Buss in "Weston, VT Genealogies"]

[BI20731] [As 28 Jan 1810 in "Cobb Genealogy" but as Jan. 28, 1809 in "Weston, VT Genealogies" with siblings names and dates provided showing fit]

[DI20734] [In 1866 per "Huntington Genealogy"]

[XI20734] [Litchfield Plains Cemetery]

[XI20748] [Litchfield Plains Cemetery]

[XI20749] [Litchfield Plains Cemetery]

[BI20759] [date from gravestone record]

[DI20759] [date from gravestone record]

[XI20759] [Pine Grove Cemetery]

[BI20760] [date from gravestone record]

[DI20760] [date from gravestone record]

[XI20760] [Pine Grove Cemetery]

[BI20761] [date from gravestone record as Dec. 17 (same month & day as death); VR has Dec. 15 date]

[DI20761] [date from gravestone record]

[XI20761] [Pine Grove Cemetery]

[BI20762] [date from gravestone record and VR]

[DI20762] [date from gravestone record]

[XI20762] [Pine Grove Cemetery]

[NI20765] [Is he the Charles P. Cobb who was badly injured in a premature explosion of powder with which he was about to charge a hole in a rock on the Factory property. (Brunswick Telegraph: June 03, 1870)]

[XI20767] [Pine Grove Cemetery: in Hiram & Mary Cobb lot]

[XI20768] [Pine Grove Cemetery]

[BI20769] [calculated date]

[DI20775] [at that time being Washington Territory]

[BI20797] [Gravestone transcription has birth as 1831 date]

[DI20797] [Gravestone transcription]

[XI20797] [Growstown Cemetery]

[BI20798] [Gravestone transcription]

[DI20798] [Gravestone transcription]

[XI20798] [Growstown Cemetery]

[DI20800] [Death: Isaac Cobb has 23 Dec 1846 date but gravestone transcrioption has 12-23-1840, ae. 24 yrs.]

[XI20800] [Growstown Cemetery]

[DI20801] [Gravestone transcription]

[XI20801] [Growstown Cemetery]

[XI20804] [Growstown Cemetery]

[BI20805] [perhaps 1826 birth? else 14 years old when married!]

[XI20807] [Growstown Cemetery]

[BI20811] [Year not given (only "July 26") so year may be 1826 or 1827]

[DI20811] [Gravestone transcription]

[XI20811] [Growstown Cemetery]

[XI20812] [Growstown Cemetery]

[BI20814] [1825? Gravestone transcription has birth as 1835 date with one wife born 1825 and another in 1854 (incorrect since death in 1867 and birth would be earlier (1824 or 1834?)]

[XI20814] [Growstown Cemetery]

[BI20815] [Gravestone transcription]

[DI20815] [Gravestone transcription]

[XI20815] Growstown Cemetery]

[XI20816] [Growstown Cemetery]

[NI20818] [son of James Cram and grandson of Maj. James Cram "one of the first settlers of Parsonfield" (sic)]

[DI20836] [Gravestone transcription]

[XI20836] [Growstown Cemetery]

[DI20837] [Gravestone transcription]

[XI20837] [Growstown Cemetery]

[NI20846] [of Portland]

[BI20852] [now as East Deering, Maine]

[BI20853] [now as East Deering, Maine]

[BI20863] ["(in the Norse house,)"]

[XI20884] [on farm, then in Academy Cemetery]

[BI20893] [calculated date]

[BI20896] [1880 census has her birth in Maine]

[XI20902] [Saccarappa Cemetery]

[XI20903] [Saccarappa Cemetery]

[XI20904] [Woodlawn Cemetery]

[XI20905] [Woodlawn Cemetery]

[DI20908] [Note! Burial record has Aug 14, 1863 Age 35 yrs (different day from Isaac Cobb's record)]

[XI20908] [Saccarappa Cemetery]

[DI20925] [As May 24, 1884 per "Windham ..."]

[XI20931] [Cobb Cemetery]

[BI20935] [Birth per gravestone was 1851 and 1900 census has Sept. 1851; "Cobb Genealogy" has date as 20 Sep 1852]

[XI20935] [Woodlawn Cemetery]

[NI20936] [name from cemetery records: Sarah Quimby Cobb, wife of F.E. Cobb]

[XI20936] [Saccarappa Cemetery]

[XI20940] [Saccarappa Cemetery]

[XI20941] [Saccarappa Cemetery]

[XI20942] [Saccarappa Cemetery]

[XI20943] [Saccarappa Cemetery]

[BI20951] [calculated date from death is Jan. 1825]

[DI20951] [However, have "Aug 19, 1857 age 26 yrs [info from cemetery records of Saccarappa Cemetery]" making birth and marriage later as differs by six years. A later marriage date conflicts with birth of children (per deaths recorded) so 1851 death fits and 1857 date a transcription error for 1851.]

[XI20951] [Saccarappa Cemetery]

[XI20962] [Saccarappa Cemetery]

[BI20965] [now in Deering, ME]]

[BI20967] [now in Deering, ME]]

[BI20968] ["Leighton": as 19 Jan. 1816]

[BI20973] [now in Deering, ME]]

[DI20973] [Note, "Windham..." has "aged 20 years"]

[XI20977] [Nemasket Hill Cemetery]

[XI20978] [Nemasket Hill Cemetery]

[XI20980] [Nemasket Hill Cemetery -  stone flaked, sunk, date of death not visible]

[BI20981] [at Falmouth?][1803 per 1860 census]

[DI20981] [Date given as Aug. 28, 1871 by "Windham ...Past"]

[DI20984] [1847 (gravestone) but as 1848 according to his daughter, as provided to Isaac Cobb]

[NI20986] ["Leighton" has second marriage fact with ___ Dyer]

[BI20988] ["Leighton" has birth year as 1826; "Cobb" has 1828]

[DI20993] [1853 (gravestone) but as 1858 according to his daughter, as provided to Isaac Cobb]

[DI21004] ["on her 80th birthday"]

[NI21013] [Possibly Harriet F. wife of Thomas Cobb, d. Feb. 23, 1862, ae 37 yrs, 6 ms.]

[NI21020] [named with adoption]

[XI21025] [Chase Cemetery]

[XI21026] [Chase Cemetery]

[DI21036] ["at Ferry Village"]

[DI21050] [Pownal, Maine now known as Pownal Center]

[DI21064] [at 78yrs (?)]

[XI21064] [Pine Street Cemetery]

[DI21068] [73 yrs.]

[XI21068] [Pine Street Cemetery]

[BI21079] [year 1844 from gravestone but as Aug 1845 from 1900 census]

[DI21079] [year from gravestone]

[DI21083] [probably, having lived there]

[DI21087] ["died in Otis Cobb's house"]

[BI21103] ["from Mt. Vernon, or Marietta, Ohio"]

[BI21128] -

[NI21136] [census]

[DI21136] [unmarried]

[XI21136] [Smith Cemetery]

[BI21143] [calculated date]

[BI21179] [Per "EARLY VITAL RECORDS OF JEFFERSON, ME." as 11th January 1813 following birth of sister on 20th July 1812; premature or actually 1814

[NI21187] [died unmarried]

[DI21189] [died unmarried]

[DI21190] [aged 11 years]

[DI21234] [Middleboro AR; aged 90-10-16]

[DI21243] ["sailed from Baltimore ... and neither vessel nor crew was heard from after that date."]

[DI21244] ["or at sea"]

[DI21247] [at sea]

[DI21252] ["City Rec. says Sept. 2, 1828"]

[DI21257] ["on the passage from San Francisco to San Diego"]

[DI21272] [aged 19; 6 Jan. 1850 death notice in "Maine Farmer" newspaper]

[MI21298] (Medical):Original record (Ancestry, image accessed 13 Jan. 2014): Massachusetts, Town and Vital Records, 1620-1988

[DI21298] [age 64-11-8, farmer]

[DI21300] [unmarried]

[XI21303] [Hope Cemetery]

[NI21306] [never married]

[NI21307] [never married]

[DI21320] [Gravestone record as 9/11/1885; as 18 Sep 1885 per Cobb Genealogy]

[XI21320] [Welcome O. Brown Cemetery]

[BI21321] [1838 on gravestone]

[DI21321] [year only on gravestone]

[XI21321] [Welcome O. Brown Cemetery]

[XI21322] [Welcome O. Brown Cemetery]

[XI21323] [Welcome O. Brown Cemetery]

[BI21324] [gravestone record: 1/2/1842; 2 Jan 1843 per Cobb Genealogy]

[DI21324] 20 Jan 1862 per Cobb Genealogy but gravestone record has 1/20/1861]

[XI21324] [Welcome O. Brown Cemetery]

[XI21325] [Welcome O. Brown Cemetery]

[DI21334] [She was not listed with her husband and son in 1900]

[XI21335] [Holtshire Cemetery: 1856-1861]

[NI21364] [perhaps Hawkes?]

[BI21365] [Isaac Cobb had date with year as 1832 (typo?). With gap of 1821 to 1832 and with mother aged 48 in 1832, probably date was 1823, so assumed here.]

[BI21379] [Shepard genealogy gives his birth in Wrentham, Mass.]

[NI21380] [as Olicia Shepard of Foxboro, Mass., so possibly named Olivia or Alicia]

[BI21390] [calculated date]

[XI21401] [Woodlawn Cemetery]

[BI21402] [calculated]

[DI21402] [aged 30 yrs. 10 mos. 21 days] [Another transcription has 1862 date]

[XI21402] [Emery's Corner Cemetery (formerly in Limington); also listed in Woodlawn Cemetery, Westbrook, as Lydia A. w/o  J.G. Cobb, 1836 - 1862]

[XI21403] [Woodlawn Cemetery]

[XI21406] [Cobb Plot]

[BI21407] [calculated]

[DI21407] [gravestone]

[XI21407] [Cobb Plot]

[DI21423] [Kimball Family: 22 June 1675; Quinby: 22 June 1676 (will in Sept. 1675)]

[BI21440] Watertown, MA or Ipswich, MA

[BI21441] "16, 8mo, 1642"

[DI21457] [March 1839 (no day given) per Whitman book]

[BI21502] [in birth order, date (year) could be 1833 other than having been married in 1865, which makes 1843 birth possible]

[XI21536] [Chatham Center Cemetery]

[BI21541] [1822 as gravestone record but perhaps 1825? 1850 census gives his age then as 25, which, if his mother was born abt 1807 (per census), is a better fit for her marriage age]

[XI21541] [Chatham Center Cemetery]

[NI21546] [Isaac Cobb's genealogy]

[with "?" after last name, so spelling may be wrong]

[DI21548] [May 1, 1850 (L. F. Cobb record)]

[BI21549] [Aug. 20, 1830 (L. F. Cobb record)]

[NI21550]

[Another genealogy has him as son of Ephraim Cobb (1708-1882) and his wife, Phebe Haley (1802-1875). Ephraim Cobb was a son of Nathan and Polly Sawyer Cobb]

[Another genealogy has him as son of Ephraim Cobb (1708-1882) and his wife, Phebe Haley (1802-1875). Ephraim Cobb was a son of Nathan and Polly Sawyer Cobb]

[BI21552] [? May 30, 1849 -L. F. Cobb]

[XI21556] [Prosser Pioneer Cemetery]

[XI21557] [Prosser Pioneer Cemetery]

[NI21565] [There is a marriage intention of Ann Maria S. Cobb of Poland, Me. on June 9, 1849 to Ambrose H. Wells in Newburyport, Essex Co., MA (vol. 2, p. 96)]

[BI21569] [calculated as  2 Apr 1822]

[DI21569] [aged 22 yrs 11 mths 15 days]

[XI21569] [Kiswaukee Cemetery]

[DI21572] [Incorrect date of death or birth entered in "Genealogy" or in transcription. Year printed is 1836 birth and 1835 death. Could be 1834 to 1835 for birth as death in 1835, if correct (1836?). Else date of death incorrect and should be 1836 or later; next child born in 1837]
[Assumed here that birth and death occurred in 1835 until actual record found]

[XI21588] [Riverside Cemetery]

[BI21590] [gravestone record has date of 1838]

[XI21590] [Riverside Cemetery]

[BI21596] [As Mar. 19, 1834 per Isaac Cobb but as Mar. 19, 1833 per "Windham...Past"]

[DI21596] [unmarried]

[BI21598] [calculated date (by age at death; 1835 on gravestone]

[XI21604] [Chase Cemetery]

[DI21617] [Chelsea Marine Hospital]

[NI21622] [of Portland]

[XI21641] [Oak Grove Cemetery]

[DI21655] [no place of death provided, assumed at residence]

[XI21663] [Evergreen Cemetery\\

[DI21680] [aged 18; 13 Aug. 1846 death notice in "Maine Farmer" newspaper]

[DI21686] [died in infancy]

[DI21688] [died in the Civil War]

[DI21695] [wounded in the Civil War, died in a field hospital]

[BI21700] [estimated date by age at death]

[BI21711] [calculated]

[DI21711] Annual Report, Deaths Recorded in Kingston For The Year 1904, p. 71]

[XI21711] [Evergreen Cemetery; on monument side with her parents]

[XI21714] [Evergreen Cemetery, with parents (separate stone)]

[XI21715] [Evergreen Cemetery]

[XI21717] [Evergreen Cemetery]

[XI21720] [Evergreen Cemetery]

[DI21723] [in Civil War]

[DI21726] ["left three children, who in 1884, were living with their grandfather Cobb"]

[NI21727]

[as Jane A. (female) by Cobb Gen. but 1860 census has name as James (male)]

[NI21729]

[as Julius D. (male) by Cobb Gen. but 1860 census has name as Julia (female)]

[NI21731] [Name given as Dwinal Cobb in 1860 census as well as sources given]

[DI21731] [Gravestone record; his death not recorded in town's Annual Report]

[XI21731] [Also listed on gravestone as buried there is his wife, his son and Imogene C. Frank (1897 - 1947), a daughter (married) but her birth before the marriage date fiven for her parents (was she adopted?)]

[DI21772] [Damascus, OH?]

[BI21780] [raised "by his aunt, Lydia C. Neal"]

[DI21783] [Original Register #831, at 1022 Washington St., Lynn - Massachusetts Deaths, 1841-1915]

[XI21783] [Pine Grove Cemetery in Elm Avenue Lot]

[XI21790] [Pine Grove Cemetery in Lot on Elm Avenue]

[NI21802] [In same cemetery is burial of Charles D. & Charlotte ( ) Maier with some children; may be her parents but not documented]

[BI21802] [1871 as gravestone record; Aug 1872 by 1900 census data][Her father was German, her mother born in MA per census]
Date of 23 Aug. 1871 and place as well as parents from email of Marilyn (Green) Day, Thursday, August 19, 2010.]
[Parents were Christian Alexander Maier and Melissa Saunders per email, although have Charles D. & Charlotte (_) Maier near to Cobb plot with her brother(s) next to Cobb plot]

[DI21802] [Gravestone record; her death not recorded in town's Annual Report]

[DI21803] [Gravestone record; his death not recorded in town's Annual Report]

[BI21806] [calculated date (gravestone record has year as 1897)]

[DI21806] [She was divorced; original death record in Norwood (MA) Town Hall; gravestone has only year 1947]

[NI21809] [Informant on his mother's death return - original death record in Norwood Town Hall]

[NI21812] [Adopted as daughter of first marriage of Frederica Maier]
[From email of Marilyn (Green) Day (Yahoo mail), August 19, 2010:
" think Lilla Mae is a daughter of Fredrica.  I know the daughter of Lilla Mae, Betty Green Herrin, and she has a birth date of 20 May 1894 for Lilla.  She has always assumed that Dwinal was the father.  But based on the birth and marriage dates, I wonder..."]

[BI21812] [May 1893 per census record (yet aged 6 in 1900 census) but as 20 May 1894 per email and doc file of Ms Day, but no certain birth record yet. She was adopted and raised by her mother's family with A. Dwinal Cobb (Ms Day in Genforum post seeking her parents)]

[XI21815] [Gray Village Cemetery]

[BI21821] [per Gen. & Fam. Hist. of Maine]

[DI21847] ["at the National Armory"]

[XI21849] [Forest Hill Cemetery, Lot 1618]

[XI21850] [Floyd Cemetery]

[NI21859] [census]

[DI21877] [Maine Death Records, 1617-1922]

[XI21877] [Evergreen Cemetery]

[DI21880] ["in Matanzas, with yellow fever"]

[BI21895] [Gorham, ME]

[BI21904] [B: 7 Nov. 1883]

[BI21908] [Brackett: 27 Jan. 1887]

[DI21916] [in the army]

[XI21916] [Pine Grove Cemetery]

[DI21917] [Llewelyn Cobb   [Obituary]: Brunswick Record: vol. 4 no. 17 March 16, 1906, page 5 and Brunswick Record: vol. 4 no. 17 March 16, 1906, page 8]

[BI21937] [as 1846 on grave]

[XI21937] [Pine Grove Cemetery]

[BI21949] [Mar. 1872 per 1900 census record]

[XI21949] [Varney Cemetery: Cobb / Forbes Monument]

[XI21955] [Pine Grove Cemetery]

[XI21956] [Pine Grove Cemetery]

[XI21957] [Varney Cemetery]

[XI21958] [Pine Grove Cemetery]

[XI21960] [Pine Grove Cemetery]

[NI21975] [Not listed in the June 1880 census with family in Chelsea, Suffolk Co., MA]

[BI21975] ["in the spring of 1865"]

[DI21976] [handwritten addition in "Cobb Genealogy (2:542)]

[BI21977] [handwritten addition in "Cobb Genealogy (2:542)]

[DI21977] [handwritten addition in "Cobb Genealogy (2:542)]

[BI21984] [calculated date from gravestone puts year as 1846]

[BI21991] [at Harris Hill]

[NI21998]



This information is courtesy of: Marilyn Labbe: mlabbe@juno.com

Boston Weekly Journal - Thursday, July 30, 1885

Cobb - In Malden, July 15, Joseph May Cobb, son of Merritt N. and Janet A. Cobb, 19 yr 7 m

[BI22005] ["at Great Falls"]

[XI22013] [Cobb Cemetery]

[XI22029] [Saccarappa Cemetery]

[XI22030] [Saccarappa Cemetery: Aged 16 yrs]

[XI22031] [Saccarappa Cemetery]

[BI22032] [Date of birth would be Apr 1860 per age given on gravestone]

[XI22032] [Saccarappa Cemetery; as aged 8 yrs 7 mo]

[XI22033] [Saccarappa Cemetery]

[XI22034] [Woodlawn Cemetery]

[DI22035] [Burial record (gravestone transcription) has date as Sept 22, 1863 but I.C.'s "Genealogy" has date as 28 Sep 1863]

[XI22035] [Saccarappa Cemetery]

[XI22036] [Woodlawn Cemetery]

[NI22041] [1860 census]

[NI22042] [Note: Brackett Gen. has same name of spouse of his aunt.]

[XI22042] [Woodlawn Cemetery]

[XI22065] [Laurel Hill Cemetery]

[XI22066] [Cobb Cemetery]

[BI22070] [23 June 1870 on gravestone]

[XI22070] [Laurel Hill Cemetery]

[XI22074] [Laurel Hill Cemetery]

[DI22088] [aged 3 years]

[XI22088] [Saccarappa Cemetery; as Clarett Cobb from cemetery records]

[DI22089] ["aged 1 year and 3 months"]

[XI22089] [Saccarappa Cemetery]

[NI22091] [death record]

[BI22091] [4 years old per death record]

[DI22091] [Death record of Malden (Mass Archives roll, Vol. 121, p. 133, #452)]

[NI22092] [death record]

[BI22092] [calculated]

[DI22092] [Isaac Cobb: she "died within a week of the death" [of her sister]]
[date & cause per death record of Malden; aged 2y-6m; (Mass Archives roll, Vol. 121, p. 133, #461)]

[NI22112] [probably the Joseph L. Cobb who married Hattie E. Black and had three children in 1909]

[BI22117] [in Windham or Westbrook (Deering)]

[NI22134] [James Libby (b. Nov 1814, age 85) registered as Step Father on 1900 census may have been her father (Father-in-law of husband Uriah Cobb)]

[NI22140] [younger sister of Laura Etta Libby, who married her husband's older brother]

[XI22171] [Whiskeytown Cemetery]

[XI22172] [Oak Woods Cemetery]

[BI22217] [Roxbury, MA?]

[DI22217] [gravestone record]

[XI22217] [Pine Street Cemetery]

[BI22220] [As 14 Dec 1849 per Cobb Genealogy but aged 7 in 1860 census]

[BI22227] [Mar. 1840 per 1900 census]

[DI22231] ["Leighton" has his death as 24 Feb 1888 on one page (p. 615 as head of family) but as 21 Jan. 1900 on another (p. 688 as child of Edw. Lewis Cobb)]

[DI22232] [Evelyn (Leighton) Cobb had a third child per "Leighton" and not per "Cobb"; that child, Sarah H., born in Aug. 1883, died in Sept. 1884. However, "Leighton" has Evelyn's death in Feb. 1883 so either year is wrong (1884 and not 1883) or child not with this family]

[DI22235] [Gravestone transcription date: Jan 27, 1920]

[XI22235] [Woodlawn Cemetery]

[XI22237] [Woodlawn Cemetery]

[DI22246] [She was not listed with family in 7/23/1870 census]

[BI22250] [Michigan per U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-Current]
[Parents in 1910 census in Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo Co., MI]

[Alt.: Schoolcraft, Michigan]

[DI22250] [Date and place: U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-Current]

[United States Obituary Collection about Evert Cobb
Name of Deceased: Evert Cobb
Death Date: 13 Oct 2007
Obituary Date: 16 Oct 2007
Newspaper Title: Branford Review, The
Newspaper Location: Guilford, CT, US]

[BI22256] [E. B. Record gives her parents as Sylvanus & Lucy Cobb]

[NI22258] [not heard from after going to Kansas, as of 1878]

[DI22259] [Michigan, Deaths and Burials Index, 1867-1995: 82, Ret. Banker & Farmer, Widowed]

[XI22259] [Woodmere Cemetery]

[BI22261] [1806 or 1809 as parents' marriage in 1808)]

[NI22262] [Melissa Cobb?]

[NI22266] [children's birth records]

[DI22272] "Bristol settlement, while it was yet a part of Massachusetts Bay Colony"

[CI22284] [St. Patrick's Church as William Samuel " Joseph" Cobb]

[DI22284] ["Minnesota, Death Index, 1908-2002"]

[XI22284] [buried originally at Layman's Cemetery then moved to Lakewood Cemetery, Sec. 22 Lot Grave]

[BI22286] [New York, USA or Canada per censuses but obit has birth in Canada]

[DI22286] [August 12 per newspaper account  (Wednesday, August 21, 1918; Paper: Watertown Daily Times (Watertown, NY); Page: 10; it does not give Sylvanus Cobb's death or how long she was a widow)

[XI22286] [Lakewood Cemetery, Lot36 Sec.22 Grave 6]

[MI22293] (Medical):Original record (image): Massachusetts, Town and Vital Records, 1620-1988 (accessed 13 Jan. 2014)

[DI22293] [Massachusetts, Death Records, 1841-1915 - recorded in Phillipston and also recorded in Greenwich, Mass.]

[XI22307] [Sparrow Cemetery]

[XI22308] [ref: "Middleboro Deaths", p. 7]

[XI22311] [East Wilton Cemetery]

[XI22332] [Brook Street Cemetery]

[XI22333] [Brook Street Cemetery]

[BI22363] [Placed as second child but date given as "c1887" and previous child was born in different town in May 1887, with next child born in 1889. Date of marriage was 1918 so birth may be later than 1887]

[NI22409] [likely as Susan Maud West]

[XI22409] [Varney Cemetery: Cobb / Forbes Monument]

[BI22417] [twin]

[BI22418] [twin]

[DI22425] [Dec. 1730]

[BI22428] [also found as abt 1658 but was he a twin to brother or born after (1660 or later?)]

[NI22451] [http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec/message/an/Surnames.Cobb/2605 as posted by  Donald Cobb:  Wesley Cobb had a son named Greenberry Cobb, born in Indiana in 1848. There was another named Greenberry Cobb; one born earlier, 1811 in TN, and another living in MS in 1860 (born in SC)]

[BI22459] ["17 Mar. or Nov. 1781"]

[BI22474] ["?" after date]

[BI22485] [Dennis VR, Vol.1 - p. 92: b. July 28th 1806 of Aaron Baker & Achsah his wife
p. 104: b. July 25, 1805 of Prince Baker and wife [name omitted], so likely his birth of the former date]

[XI22485] In Swam Lake Cemetery, next to Cobb-Butler gravestone

[XI22486] In Swam Lake Cemetery, next to Cobb-Butler gravestone

[BI22522] [as "12th day of January 1716/17" in VR but not possible with previous birth; date from TAG article, in 1717/18]

[DI22522] [listed in mother's will]

[NI22530] [Joyce?]

[NI22535] [Also see  "The Descendants of Richard Hutchinson of Arnold, Nottinghamshire, England" - by Dave Carlsen for this family (secondary or Internet-based source info)]
[Further info found at Dick O'Malley's website page at http://www.dickomalley.com/richard%20second%20site-p/p9.htm#i681]

[DI22535] [?29 Dec 1794?]

[BI22541] ["was 18 years old ... 1677" but 9 May 1659 birth not appropriate for 1668 marriage]

[BI22542] ["was 16 years old ... 1677"]

[BI22543] ["was 13 years old ... 1676"]

[BI22544] ["was 10 years old ... 167[worn]"]

[BI22545] ["was 23 years old ...1677"]

[BI22546] [VR has 1655 but she was probably born in 1655/56 due to the difference in dates of birth from the  previous child and her; "was 21 years old ... 1676"; Taylors' booklet has year as 1656]

[BI22552] [Note given that "2" of year 1752 was written over a "3"]

[DI22576] [wife of Richard Taylor, 4 Dec 1673, drowning off Duxbury, but may not have been this Ruth]

[NI22578] [Surname in VR found as Karr and Carr]

[DI22586] [died "while the family wore [sic] moving to Ohio"]

[NI22590] [Ginny Graver provided this family material; ref. to "John Dean of Dedham, Mass." book]

[DI22590] [two different counties in OH have a Rockport locality]

[NI22591] [only one line of son Datus Dean is continued here]

[XI22680] [Pine Hill Cemetery on Rt. 28]

[XI22683] [Centre Cemetery]

[XI22695] [Forest Hills Cemetery]

[XI22696] [Forest Hills Cemetery]

[XI22697] [Forest Hills Cemetery]

[NI22698] [as Harriott S. Cobb and Harriott Singleton Cobb, so last name not likely Singleton but need to confirm]

[XI22698] [Forest Hills Cemetery; on gravestone and separate ground marker]

[XI22699] [Forest Hills Cemetery]

[XI22700] [Forest Hills Cemetery]

[BI22701] [calculated]

[DI22701] [Death record from Buckland (Mass. Archives film, Vol. 120)]

[BI22702] [calculated]

[DI22702] [Death record of Lowell (Mass Archives roll, Vol. 121, p. 119, #116)]

[BI22704] [calculated]

[DI22704] [Death record of Dedham; married, aged 25y-0m-5d (Mass Archives roll, Vol. 541, p. 19, #16)]

[XI22704] [Forest Hills Cemetery]

[DI22705] [Death record of Dedham; 0y-0m-0d; Stillborn, premature birth (Mass Archives roll, Vol. 541, p. 19, #15); precedes her mother's death]

[XI22705] [Forest Hills Cemetery]

[XI22710] [Pine Hill Cemetery on Rt. 28]

[XI22711] [Westville Cemetery: separate stone next to his parents' stone (Merrill / Cobb)]

[NI22712] [gravestone record]

[XI22712] [Westville Cemetery]

[DI22717] [she died at sea off Portugal with her parents while on the "Mary Celeste" (ghost ship); gravestone for all three  in Evergreen Cemetery, Marion]

[NI22719] [never married]

[XI22728] [Hornell Rural Cemetery]

[NI22730] [middle initial either a "B" or an "S"]

[XI22733] [Rural Cemetery (but not found on http://www.rootsweb.com/~nysteube/hv/hv6-smsz.html)]

[XI22738] [Nondaga Cemetery]

[DI22739] [Cobb_Woolever.doc - Number 9 (year only)]
[Hornellsville Rural Cemetery  on website http://www.rootsweb.com/~nysteube/hv/hv6-smsz.html has full date]

[XI22739] [Rural Cemetery]

[XI22747] [Nondaga Cemetery]

[XI22753] [Hill Cemetery ]

[XI22754] [Hill Cemetery ]

[BI22755] [or 1794]

[DI22755] [Gerald E. Woolever, February 01, 2002: "Re: Clair Woolever- attachment";
< http://genforum.genealogy.com/woolever/messages/163.html >]

[NI22757] [R.Dennis Kisling, February 14, 2003: Woolever-John wife Mary
< http://genforum.genealogy.com/woolever/messages/187.html >]

[XI22758] [Hill Cemetery ]

[XI22759] [  Hartsville Hill Cemetery]

[DI22762] [Utah Death Registers, 1847-1966]

[BI22763] [Date: Web: Vermont, Find A Grave Index, 1751-2012; place from son Louis's death cert.]

[DI22763] [Recorded Cause of Death: Apoplexy (has BP as Pawlet, VT)]
[Web: Vermont, Find A Grave Index, 1751-2012]

[DI22764] [Alt date: Aug. 1, 1945]

[XI22764] [Elmlawn Cemetery]

[DI22771] [Not in 4 June 1855 census for New York in Watervliet, Albany, New York with family]

[NI22772] [Deceased before 1855? Not in June 1855 state census with family in Watervliet, Albany, New York]

[BI22777] ["Milo Cobb, son of Raymond Cobb, son of Sylvanus, son of Rufus, son of Samuel, son of Samuel, son of Noah, son of Henry, son of Samuel, son of Henry."]

[XI22781] [Village Cemetery]

[XI22782] [Village Cemetery]

[XI22783] [Colebrook Cemetery]

[XI22784] [Colebrook Cemetery]

[BI22798] [calculated date]

[NI22819] ["Pennsylvania Biographies":< http://www.historicpa.net/bios/2j/joseph-q-darling.html > provides info on Joseph Darling, based on History of New Brighton 1838-1939, published by the Historical Committee of the Centennial, Butler, PA, pages 27-28.]

[XI22839] [Gerry Village Cemetery]

[XI22840] [Gerry Cemetery]

[NI22851]



"John Bursley: John was born in England.  John immigrated  September 1623.  He married Joanna Hull 28 November 1639 in Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.  John died 1660  in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts 02630, USA."[
"John Bursley: John was born in England.  John immigrated  September 1623.  He married Joanna Hull 28 November 1639 in Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.  John died 1660  in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts 02630, USA."[

[NI22852]



"Joanna Hull: Joanna was born circa 1620 in Northleigh, county Devon, England.  She married John Bursley 28 November 1639 in Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.  She married Dolor Davis after 1660/1661 in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts 02630, USA. Joanna died after 1686/1687 at approximately 66 years of
age."  [

[NI22853]         Joseph (Reverend) Hull: Joseph was born before 26 April 1596 (chr. date) in Crewkerne, Co. Somerset, England.  He  was christened 26 April 1596 in Crewkerne, Co. Somerset, England.  He married Joanna [Coffin?] before 1620.  He married Agnes NN---- circa 1632.  Joseph immigrated to 5 May 1635.  Joseph died 19 November 1665 in Isle of Shoals, Maine, at approximately 69 years of age.
      Joanna [Coffin?]:  Joanna is deceased. She married Joseph (Reverend) Hull before 1620.

[DI22853] 1665: Barnstable  but another source has  "19 November 1665 in Isle of Shoals, Maine, at approximately 69 years of age." [T.A. Crocker]

[XI22870] [Oak Grove Cemetery, lot 1778, "Mother"]

[XI22871] [Oak Grove Cemetery, lot 1778; "For Thirty Years He Was A Successful Captain In The Merchant Service Of This And Foreign Countries"]

[NI22879] [Perhaps the Isaac Cobb buried in hartland, VT; died "Oct. 13, 1839, AE 47 years" ["Densmore Hill Cemetery, Hartland, VT"; "Vermont Genealogy" magazine, p. 71, Vol. 9, No. 2, April 2004 (Howland F. Atwood)]

[BI22880] [either year wrong (not 1819) or day wrong (19th and not 9th and a twin to sister Melinda) or melinda's info wrong (Richmond Genealogy, p. 242-243)]

[DI22881] ["Densmore Hill Cemetery, Hartland, VT"; "Vermont Genealogy" magazine, p. 71, Vol. 9, No. 2, April 2004 (Howland F. Atwood)]
["AE 28"]

[XI22881] [Densmore Hill Cemetery]

[DI22918] [insane, unmarried]

[DI22936] ["between 1722-'24"] p. 84

[NI22944] [Rev. Batchiler (Batchelder)]

[XI22978] [Woodlawn Cemetery]

[XI22985] [Dutch Neck Cemetery]

[BI22986] [Not listed with family in 1900 census]

[XI22992] [Pine Grove Cemetery]

[DI23039] [in his wagon while on a buffalo hunt[

[DI23040] [as Nov. 2, 1835 in subsequent follow-up in genealogy (p. 292) but 1833 date per migration]

[DI23049] [in "Soldier's Home"]

[NI23057] [census, aged 3/12]

[DI23057] [Lee Co., IL per email]

[XI23057] [Twin Grove Cemetery]

[XI23059] [Lawnridge Cemetery]

[NI23113] [Two other children attributed as possible children but, if so, mother unknown: John C.Cobb, b. abt 1837 and Gideon Berry Cobb, b. abt 1846]

[XI23116] [Riverview Cemetery]

[XI23118] [Riverview Cemetery]

[XI23119] [Cedar Hill Cemetery]

[XI23121] [Riverview Cemetery]

[XI23145] [Riverview Cemetery]

[XI23148] [Greenwood Cemetery]

[XI23149] [Greenwood Cemetery]

[XI23150] [Greenwood Cemetery]

[XI23152] [Greenwood Cemetery]

[XI23154] [Greenwood Cemetery]

[XI23155] [Greenwood Cemetery]

[XI23156] [Greenwood Cemetery]

[XI23165] [Riverview Cemetery]

[XI23167] [Riverview Cemetery]

[XI23170] [Riverview Cemetery]

[BI23173] [Evidence "suggests she was Mary's daughter" ... "1900 census shows Ellen's birth date as Apr 1836, which is consistent with her age 14 in the 1850 census. Other census ages are split, some consistent with a 1836 birth year and some with 1835"]

[XI23197] [Riverview Cemetery]

[XI23214] [Riverview Cemetery]

[NI23268] [ref: http://www.morrillonline.com/ for more data on this line]

[XI23300] [Old Town Cemetery]

[XI23301] [Old Town Cemetery]

[DI23316] [not mentioned in father's will]

[BI23381] [Jan. 25 per private record & White Family book]

[DI23401] [as "Salem Prison, Suffolk, Massachusetts"]

[NI23403] [See "Descendants of Roger TOOTHAKER" for this line to Susan Small]

[BI23409] [born in parlor of house that Daniel Davis had built]

[NI23410] ["Genealogy and Personal Manuscript Collection", MS .43 at Sturgis Library, Barnstable, MA]

[BI23410] [Feb. 13, 1839 (calculated by age in Isaac Cobb) but differs from year (1833) in correspondence in SL (B)]

[DI23410] [1914 date seen with will in 1887; yet as 11/5/1886 by correspondence with Daniel Cobb by Isaac Cobb]

[DI23411] [She died away from home with a Miss Garrett whom had lived with her for years]
[unmarried]

[XI23413] [Bellafontaine Cemetery - Kearney plot with Cobb graves also]

[NI23418] #1 : Wrentham, MA History (JJMacD): 1652,Wrentham;1699, Land grant from Dedham,settled in Pondville.
#2 : "(1627 - 1698;son of John, m Mary --), came from Eng. with Winthrop's fleet, 1630; settled at Dedham, Mass.;selectman, 1660; lt. of Dedham, Mass. troops, 1672; m 1652 Abigail Shepard."
#3: "Daniel Pond, husbandman, the forefather of a long line of descendants, appeared in the town of Dedham, Norfolk Co.," Mass., "about the year 1652 and he died there " 4 Feb. 1697/8. ... Daniel was a lieutenant of the militia and took the freeman's oath in 1690."#1 : Wrentham, MA History (JJMacD): 1652,Wrentham;1699, Land grant from Dedham,settled in Pondville.
#2 : "(1627 - 1698;son of John, m Mary --), came from Eng. with Winthrop's fleet, 1630; settled at Dedham, Mass.;selectman, 1660; lt. of Dedham, Mass. troops, 1672; m 1652 Abigail Shepard."
#3: "Daniel Pond, husbandman, the forefather of a long line of descendants, appeared in the town of Dedham, Norfolk Co.," Mass., "about the year 1652 and he died there " 4 Feb. 1697/8. ... Daniel was a lieutenant of the militia and took the freeman's oath in 1690."

[NI23419] Name also as "Sheppard"; ref. microfiche in Fox. FHC.

Fox. FHC microfiche shows Abigail born 1631/1632 in Cambridge; Book: " Gen. eg. ... New-England", p.262, says child Abigail born in England; has her mother's death date.Name also as "Sheppard"; ref. microfiche in Fox. FHC.

[BI23419] Fox. FHC microfiche shows Abigail born 1631/1632 in Cambridge; Book: " Gen. eg. ... New-England", p.262, says child Abigail born in England; has her mother's death date.

[DI23434] [gravestone]

[DI23453] "He was a lieutenant when killed at Rehoboth during King Philip's War."

[NI23457] Edward Fuller, a  Pilgrim who landed at Plymouth, MA, Dec. 1620 from the Mayflower.

[XI23475] [West Barnstable Cemetery]

[DI23476] [Barnstable Church (East Parish) record on "Esq. Matthias Cobb" children's deaths; as "Richard N.", 23 Dec. 1834, aged 1 yr. 9 mos.]

[DI23477] [Barnstable Church (East Parish) record on "Esq. Matthias Cobb" children's deaths; as "Infant", 26 Aug. 1828, aged 6 mos.]

[DI23478] [Barnstable Church (East Parish) record on "Esq. Matthias Cobb" children's deaths; as 11 May 1828, aged 2 yrs.]

[BI23479] [moved to Sturgis house where Carrie was born]

[NI23486] [census]

[DI23488] [gravestone]

[XI23488] [Cobb's Hill East Cemetery]

[DI23499] [aged 8 months]

[DI23514] [Place also found as at Duplain, MI]

[XI23539] [Greenwood Cemetery]

[XI23545] [Fairview Cemetery]

[XI23546] [Greenwood Cemetery]

[BI23578] [Land's Grove, VT]

[DI23601] [1801 date but would be on or after Feb. 19, 1801 (birth of last son)]

[DI23602] [Aged 95-6-7]

[BI23603] [calculated by age at death]

[DI23603] [aged 82 y, 6 m, 1 d per cemetery record - "Hinckley" had his date of death (as Henry Cobb per record) as hers]

[DI23607] [Hyannis Patriot - Monday, April 23, 1923 - Page: 2]: he left a widow and thre sons (John, Preston, and Eugene), a daughter (Izorah), a brother William Cobb, a sister Mrs. Lucy Jones and grandchildren]

[XI23609] [Marstons Mills Cemetery]

[XI23622] [Marstons Mills Cemetery]

[XI23623] [Marston Mills Cemetery]

[NI23626] [As Oliver used as middle name of first son, likely mother's name was Oliver and not Glover]

[DI23627] [married; butcher]

[DI23642] [Dennis Pond, Yarmouth (per Edson Gen.)]

[NI23645] [He was not listed by Isaac Cobb]

[NI23646]



[Dennis Mass. records do not have the middle initial (S). in name]

[BI23646] [June 1 (IC), June 23 (Cape Cod)]

[BI23647] [Oct. 1832 (Isaac Cobb), but Nov. 2, 1829 (Cape Cod)]

[BI23648] [Jan. 18, 1837 (IsaacCobb), but Jan. 18, 1836 (Cape Cod)]

[BI23649] July 31, 1839 (Isaac Cobb) but as July 31, 1840 (Cape Cod)]

[BI23650] [Mar. 1841 (Isaac Cobb) but as Mar. 1842 (Cape Cod)]

[XI23670] [Graceland Cemetery]

[BI23683] [calculated]

[BI23684] [calculated]

[DI23721] [Mass. Archives: 1893, Vol. 437, Plymouth Deaths, p. 656, #129]

[XI23721] [Oak Grove Cemetery]

[DI23722] [Deaths Recorded in Kingston For The Year 1906, p. 86]

[BI23725] [calculated]

[DI23725] [Annual Report, Deaths Registered in Plymouth In 1915, p. 131]

[DI23727] [aged 81 yrs. 10 mos.]

[XI23727] [Emery's Corner Cemetery]

[BI23728] [calculated]

[DI23728] [aged 28 yrs. 9 mos.]

[XI23728] [Emery's Corner Cemetery (formerly in Limington)]

[BI23729] [calculated]

[XI23729] [Riverside Cemetery]

[XI23730] [Riverside Cemetery]

[DI23750] [Living when husband's will probated]

[NI23759] [ as given in birth record of child in Wareham]

[NI23776] [Rebecca Harvey?]

[DI23784] [stillborn]

[NI23786]

[MASHPEE Walter E. Cobb, 87, died on Sept. 29, 2007, at Harborside Healthcare in Mashpee.

Born on Aug. 25, 1920, in Wareham, he lived in Middleboro and was educated in the Wareham schools. He made his living with horses, working at different stables around the country and became an accomplished horseman, riding in foxhunts and exercising race horses.

He joined the Army in 1942, serving in the Second Division, and participated in five major battles, including the Battle of the Bulge, and was present on D-Day on Omaha Beach. His unit held the record for the most consecutive days of combat during World War II.

After the war, he continued to work with horses and then met and married Elsie Condinho in 1948. His daughter, Diane, was born in 1950. He then began work as a caretaker for the Estate of C. Jones in Cotuit.

When his first wife, Elsie, died in 1963, he started to work at boatyards and eventually ended up at Edwards Boat Yard in Falmouth, where he spent 25 years.

Always an animal lover, Walter, or Bud, as he was known to many, raised chickens throughout his life and became affiliated with the New England Bantam Club. He showed chickens all over the Northeast and even as far away as Virginia. He was a past vice president of the club and kept up his membership as a trustee even after he stopped showing his birds.

In 1969, he was lucky enough to find another animal lover and loving companion in Eileen Swanson. They were married in October of that year. Together, they raised goats, had dogs, cats, chickens, ducks, and rabbits over the years.

After his retirement, Walter worked for a while at the Mashpee Star Market, where he enjoyed talking and joking with the customers. A back operation in 2002 led to a raging infection and several more operations with a nine-month stay in the Pavilion Nursing Home. Walter defied all odds and left the nursing home, came home and did intense physical therapy and was finally able to continue to care for his animals.

Walter will be remembered as the "chicken man" but also for his quick wit and kindness. His devotion to family and his love for all animals, whether it was a stray cat, woodchuck, or curious squirrel, will be remembered by all his family and friends.

He is survived by his wife, Eileen D. Cobb; his daughter, Diane Harper and her husband, James, of Brewster; his grandchildren, Gayle Harper of Brewster and James Harper III of Nashville, Tenn.

A graveside service will be held on Wednesday, Oct. 3, at 1 p.m., in Mosswood Cemetery, Putnam Avenue, Cotuit.

[BI23786] [Middleboro Town Clerk (cards: Births, A - H (master), E81); twin to Wallace E.; his obit has his birth in Wareham, MA ("he lived in Middleboro and was educated in the Wareham schools")]

[XI23786] [Mosswood Cemetery]

[BI23787] [Middleboro Town Clerk (cards: Births, A - H (master), E81); twin to Walter E.]

[NI23788] [Probably a "Taunton" Cobb but not verified]

[Find A Grave Memorial# 73751043 has
"John COBB (1812-28 Apr 1858) of Berkley and Wareham, MA, possibly son of Samuel COBB & Mercy LINCOLN." which, if so, puts him in the Taunton line. His son connected to a family line that connected and married Cobb families of the Barnstable lines]

[XI23790] [Found in Find A Grave Memorial# 73751043 but no burial info]

[BI23793] [calc.]

[NI23794] [as named in son Stillman's death record]

[BI23794] [calc. from age at death (81-2-0)]

[XI23821] [Old Burial Ground]

[BI23849] [calculated]

[NI23855]

[He was involved with the sea and served "in the English navy during the Crimean war."]

[BI23855] [As Isaac Cobb listed his birth before sister Mary B.; with same month & date, year might be 1834 (twin?) or before 1834]

[NI23856] [with her widowed sister Rebecca]

[BI23860] [of Long Island]

[BI23861] [of New York City, NY]

[BI23862] [of New York City]

[XI23864] [Oakwood Cemetery]

[BI23865] [Perhaps a typo or misread and name might be Parish rather than Pariah]

[DI23876] [died young]

[NI23894] [Lena R.? or Carolina R.?]

[BI23894] [estimated]

[BI23895] [estimated]

[BI23896] [estimated]

[BI23897] [estimated]

[BI23898] [estimated]

[DI23902] [aged 4 months]

[DI23903] ["June 1883 (?) or May 1882"]

[BI23909] [twin]

[BI23912] [twin]

[BI23914] [Date as April 7, 1825 but by order of birth date should be 1827 or 1828  (between 1826 and 1830)]

[DI23925] [Andersonville Prison (Civil War)]

[DI23955] [20 Jan 1907/28 Jan 1907]

[XI23955] [Penley Corner Cemetery]

[BI23962] [calculated: 19 Nov 1815]

[DI23962] [1 Jul 1883/1 Jul 1888]

[XI23962] [Penley Corner Cemetery]

[BI23977] [Her death record indicates birth as 6 Feb 1834 but "Shurtleff" has 6 Feb 1833 and there was a following sister's birth as Dec. 31, 1834, so 1833 date used.]

[DI23977] [Mass. Archives roll Vol. 93, #353; Deaths 1910 (Register No. 1016, Somerville): widowed, aged 76-10-20]

[XI23977] [Removed to birthplace]

[DI23978] [unmarried]

[DI23979] [1919?: "I believe it was 1919 in Boothbay Harbor Maine" per an email from MSL [xyzrenroseszyx@yahoo.com] on 3/5/2008 (to be verified)]

[BI23980] [Abbot Village, Piscataquis County, Maine]

[XI23980] [Pingree Center Cemetery]

[NI23981] [census]

[Isaac Atwood Cobb or Atwood Isaac Cobb?]

[XI23981] [Mt. Pleasant Cemetery]

[NI23983] [census, age 4]

[XI23988] [Pingree Center Cemetery]

[XI23995] [Maple Grove Cemetery]

[XI23996] [Maple Grove Cemetery]

[XI23997] [Maple Grove Cemetery (stone has year as 1917)]

[XI23998] [Maple Grove Cemetery]

[XI23999] [Maple Grove Cemetery]

[BI24015] [twin]

[DI24015] [as "Oct. 5, 1833", evidently wrong by date of birth; thus 10/15/1833 or a later year for Oct. 5]

[BI24041] [Abington, Plymouth Co., MA or Poland, Androscoggin Co., ME]

[BI24043] [last and only child of these parents born in New Gloucester]

[BI24044] ]"(12-12-1758?)"]

[BI24049] [Listed first with 3 Nov 1856 date (before 1848); 1846 likely correct year]

[BI24051] [East Sumner, ME]

[BI24059] [born in Mass. per 1880 census and his death record]

[DI24059] [California Death Index, 1940-1997]

[BI24060] [born in Mass. per 1880 census]

[NI24092] [May be in 1860 census in Campton, Kane, Illinois, USA: Henry M Cobb, M, 29, N Y; in household of Hall family from N.H.]

[BI24093] [July 13, 1840 per obit of her father; July 1841 per 1900 census (either 1 or 2 years older than her 1839 birth, if correct)]

[XI24093] [obit]

[BI24094] [date of 4 Oct 1830 from email by Erica Voolich but census has date as Oct 1832, New York]

[DI24094] [email by Erica Voolich (VOOLICH@aol.com)]

[DI24095] [email by Erica Voolich (VOOLICH@aol.com)]

[NI24096] [Military service in record #12242 from picture sent by email]

[DI24096] [Died at Hospital, at 12:45 a.m. Page #12242 as recorded in "U.S. National Homes for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, 1866-1938" (Ancestry)]

[XI24096] [Leavenworth National Cemetery (Grave Site: 23-6141-10 - "U.S., Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries, 1862-1960")]

[XI24097] [also from a death notice handwritten 1879 in R.S. Worthington's scrapbook]
[Rosehill Cemetery: Minni D. Reed]

[XI24098] [Hope Cemetery]

[DI24101] [See Obit headline]

[DI24102] [Cobb, Mills., died in 193? at age 87); calculates as 27 Sept. 1935]

[XI24102] [Section M of Rosehill Cemetery]

[NI24103] [If she is the Carrie Cobb buried in Section M of Rosehill Cemetery then the gravestone record age of 39-10-21 is incorrect as she would have been b. 1856 and aged 13 yrs. old at marriage, based on that record]

[NI24104] [gravestone record]

[BI24104] [Isaac Cobb has 1874 but year may be 1876 if age at death correct, gravestone record has age as 12-9-3 (b. 19 Sept. 1876)]

[XI24104] [Section M of Rosehill Cemetery]

[XI24105] [Section M of Rosehill Cemetery]

[BI24106] [at "Cohes Village", NY]

[XI24106] [Section M of Rosehill Cemetery]

[BI24107] [calculated by age (37 yr.) at death, gravestone record]

[XI24107] [Section M of Rosehill Cemetery]

[XI24108] [Section M of Rosehill Cemetery]

[NI24110] [obit of cousin Williard Ames Cobb, May 1900, Lockport, NY; resident of Chicago]

[BI24115] [of Summer Hill, Cayuga Co., NY]

[XI24116] [Forest Park Cemetery]

[NI24125] [named as Lyman Sweetheart]

[XI24125] [Union Cemetery: Sweetland, Lyman, died August 13, 1883, age 83 years.]

[XI24126] [Union Cemetery: Cobb, Peter P., died August 31, 1858, age 28 years]

[XI24129] [Union Cemetery: Cobb, George E., died September 7, 1850, age 17 years]

[BI24138] [of Grand Rapids, Mich.]

[BI24143] [born with her father deceased]

[XI24152] [Town Cemetery]

[DI24198] [in the Army (Civil War)]

[DI24206] [also found by Headstones Provided for Deceased Union Civil War Veterans, 1879 - 1903]

[BI24207] ["of Hermon, Me."]

[NI24225] [Freeman Addison Cobb?]

[BI24229] [26 Nov 1848 record?]
26 Nov 1845

[BI24232] [9 Jan 1851?]

[NI24238] [census]

[NI24244] [Picture found on Ebay, 9/26/2013: "Antique Photo - Fred Cobb, Lewiston, ME 1893"; $10.00, Photographer: Flagg & Plummer, Lewiston, ME; Actual size about 4 1/4 x 6 1/2 inches.]

[BI24245] [birth year as 1861 evidently a typo]

[NI24246] [Probably the George W. Cobb of Topham, ME who married, 4/26/1883 in Brunswick, ME, Rossilla (Harrington) (Faunce) widow of Frederick B. Faunce (who had died 8/24/1876) as her second husband]

[BI24256] [19 Aug 1845?; Note that birth in Aug 1850 per 1900 census listing with her parents]

[BI24257] [29 Jan 1849?]

[BI24258] [Birth in Apr 1861 per 1900 census listing with her parents]

[BI24261] [Note: as 10 Jan 1849 [VR page 34 New Gloucester]]

[BI24299] [3 days old]

[XI24305] [Oakwood Cemetery, Plainfield Twp.]

[BI24310] [or 1847]

[BI24311] ["the first white child born" in Grand Rapids]

[DI24311] [Obit gave age as "nearly 73 years of age"]

[XI24311] [Oakwood Cemetery, Plainfield Twp.]

[BI24330] [or 1849]

[BI24338] [Jan. or June 20, 1866? Kansas City or Lawrence, Douglas Co., KS]

[BI24340] [19 Dec 1870 per Chas. Sinnett's work]

[DI24369] [year printed as 1802; probably 1862 since "killed in the army"]

[NI24421] ["The farm owned and occupied by Arthur Cobb ... has been in the family since 1844."]

[DI24426] [VR, p. 215]

[NI24427] [She died abt 1714 per "The Morse Genealogy, 1903-1905" (2002 edition, p. 33) and another by same name was b. in 1715 (marrying a Henry Cahill 7/4/1731 in Pomfret. However Sherborn record has no death for this Jemima Morse and no birth for the other. The second Jemima Morse, if b. 1715, was very young for a marriage in 1731 (whether with Henry Cahill, as given in the book or with Henry Cobb). No record of the death of the first Jemima Morse and no birth record for a second Jemima Morse, who would have a different mother (Abigail Gleason)]

[BI24427] [Per "The Morse Genealogy" (2002 edition, p. 33): April 7, 1706-7 (but April was not a double-date month)]

[DI24427] [date unknown but definitely after birth of last child]

[NI24428] [also found marriage 7 Sep 1647, Dedham,  to Joanna Faxon, p. 243, "History of Franklin"]

[DI24428] [13 Feb 1668/69, Dedham or  per M. Blake: "13th February, 1670"]

[NI24512] [He was a founder of, and resided at, Hampden, ME bet 1800 and 1820]

[NI24519] [before marriage to Samuel Cobb]

[DI24523] [He drowned with his wife and others "from the schooner Charles ... bound from Boston to Portland ,... in the fog..." (IC)]

[DI24524] [Sh drowned "from the schooner Charles ... bound from Boston to Portland ,... in the fog..." (IC)]

[BI24552] http://www.geocities.com/sfaapage/return.html

[DI24552] http://www.geocities.com/sfaapage/return.html

[XI24552] [North Cemetery]

[NI24553] [A Chapman Family Assoc. genealogy has her as Sarah Steele (though indicating another source named her as Ruth ___; so perhaps as Sarah Ruth Steele]
[Differences in dates of birth and death found]

[BI24553] http://www.geocities.com/sfaapage/return.html

[DI24553] http://www.geocities.com/sfaapage/return.html

[XI24553] [North Cemetery]

[BI24554] http://www.geocities.com/sfaapage/return.html

[DI24554] "killed in the French War" (King George's War) after Seige of Louisburg 1745/46

[BI24555] [also as born in Windsor, CT]

[XI24555] [North Cemetery]

[XI24556] [Palisado Cemetery]

[XI24557] [Palisado Cemetery]

[BI24558] http://www.geocities.com/sfaapage/return.html

[DI24558] http://www.geocities.com/sfaapage/return.html

[BI24559] http://www.geocities.com/sfaapage/return.html

[BI24578] ["of Suffield" but b. in Sheldon (?) (no Sheldon, CT & Sheldon as last name [typo?] (else Sheldon, NY)]

[XI24579] [Schoolcraft Township Cemetery]

[XI24580] Schoolcraft Township Cemetery][

[DI24581] [at home of his daughter Mary Jane (Cobb) Burson]

[XI24581] [Schoolcraft Township Cemetery]

[XI24589] [Old Center Cemetery: "Son of David & Hopee 34Y"]

[DI24600] [aged 6 weeks, date not listed & name unknown]

[DI24601] ["... last seen, was about to go from Charleston  to New Orleans "]

[XI24610] [Rev. Samuel Deane officiated]

[XI24616] [Funeral at New Jerusalem Church]

[DI24617] [Marston's Mills section, unmarried]

[BI24618] [I. Cobb: 19 Feb 1801 (transcription error?)]

[DI24618] [Barnstable Cummaquid Cemetery (aka East Barnstable Cemetery) (aka Dimmock's Lane Cemetery)]

[XI24618] [Cummaquid Cemetery (aka East Barnstable Cemetery) (aka Dimmock's Lane Cemetery)]

[DI24636] [Carmel, ME was crossed out and Hyannis placed there but no date given]

[XI24651] [Brewster Old Burial Ground; aged 19]

[XI24699] [Schoolcraft Township Cemetery]

[XI24703] [Schoolcraft Township Cemetery]

[XI24704] [Schoolcraft Township Cemetery]

[XI24708] [Schoolcraft Township Cemetery]

[DI24725] ["1875 (or 1877)" per Isaac Cobb]

[DI24734] ["Michigan, Deaths, 1867-1897,"( FamilySearch): Death Record Image -: Return of Deaths in the County of Kent  ...Page 84,: #2207, April 21, 1873, Male, White, Widowed, 47y, Grand Rapids, Consumption, New York, Carpenter, Parents: Nathan Cobb (resid.) Grand Rapids, Typhenie Cobb, (resid.) Grand Rapids

Record has Father's Name: Nathan Cobb, Mother's Name: Typhenie Cobb ("Michigan, Deaths, 1867-1897," FamilySearch)]

[XI24734] [Greenwood Cemetery]

[XI24735] [Greenwood Cemetery]

[NI24740] [He married in Michigan and later settled in Kansas]

[XI24775] [Evergreen Cemetery]

[NI24782] [She married a Cobb of the Boston line (6 generations from the Immigrant Thomas Cobb) while another Higgins line married with a Cobb of the Barnstable line]

[NI24821] [Only refereence found has been "Howes, Jane, wife of Caleb B., died 12 September, 1844, aged 32 years, 6 months, 20 days. "Mother."(Mayflower Descendant Magazine, Volume 11, Page 14: Records in the Cemetery near the Railroad Station at South Dennis, Mass.; Communicated by MISS MARY ABBA BAKER]

[NI24826] [Marriage record has middle initial (B.) but birth record does not have the initial]

[NI24829] [Is she the Annie S. Cobb in this marriage? Belfast, ME, 1893, Oct. 7.   John F. Chapman and Miss Annie S. Cobb]

[BI24867] ["on the Pacific Ocean"]

[DI24907] [unmarried]

[NI24920]

[He may have been dead bef 1880 as listed with family then]

[BI24921] [1862? possibly the Ada A. Cobb, aged 68, in 1930 census in Gloucester, MA]

[NI24923] [6/2/1880 Census]

[NI24924] [Elmer Norris Cobb?]

[XI25029] [Schoolcraft Township Cemetery]

[XI25030] [Schoolcraft Township Cemetery]

[NI25034] [adopted name]

[NI25036] [adopted name]

[DI25036] [Death on 19 Mar 1863 from other information]

[XI25051] [Greenwood Cemetery]

[BI25068] [10/1/1855 per "Codman" but Oct 1854 per Isaac Cobb]

[DI25069] ["Codman" has date of death in 1863 but Isaac Cobb gave it as 1864]

[BI25070] ["Codman" has date of birth in April 4, 1859 but Isaac Cobb gave it as Apr 1860]

[NI25071]

["Codman" has date of birth in April 4, 1859 but Isaac Cobb gave it as Apr 1860]

[BI25071] ["Codman" has birth as Aug. 29, 1864, Isaac Cobb: Aug 1864]

[BI25083] [year evidently wrong]

[NI25086] ["of Cohasset"]

[NI25089] [See Boston line for her ancestry]

[DI25089] [1926?]

[NI25113] [Is Preston E. Cobb, b. 3 Apr 1881, same as Preston Elmora Cobb, b. Marstons Mills on 3 Apr 1879 per WWII Draft Registration Cards (1942)?]

[DI25116] [Mass. Archives: 1888, p. 27: Barnstable Deaths]

[NI25144] [Adopted two children of Don Alonzo Cobb & M. J. (Newcomb) Cobb after her death in 1848]

[XI25185] [Burial Hill]

[NI25187] [Isaac Cobb ("Genealogy") has this Sarah Cobb married twice although records' text puts that in dispute (see her niece Sarah Cobb of Plymouth)]
[A child (not named) of Nathaniel Cobb has a death recorded in Plymouth and she is a candidate (if not married later (above) - Plymouth Church Records: Volume II, p. 404: Deaths in Plymouth, 1774 - 1775: May 7, 1775]

[XI25226] [Burial Hill Cemetery]

[BI25236] [in Salem, MA or in NH]

[DI25238] [when he had signed a deed]

[DI25268] [He was lost by the foundering of a ship at or near Long Island Sound, 17 Jan 1815 per Isaac Cobb but VR has date as Jan. 7, 1814 on private armed schooner Rotia on a cruise]

[DI25278] [lost at sea]

[DI25279] [lost at sea, Port Medway, N. S., Canada]

[DI25283] [lost at sea]

[DI25289] [If date correct then last child's date of birth not correct or child of a second wife]

[NI25293] [Variant spelling of surname includes McLarn, McLarren, McLannan and McClearn; a Scottish family that immigrated to Canada] [Harding has spelling of McClearn].

[NI25296] [lost at sea]

[NI25320] [former sea captain]

[NI25321] [died unmarried]

[BI25331] [Fullerton: she was born in Liverpool, N.S., Canada]

[NI25333] [lost at sea]

[lost at sea or stayed in England where he had sailed in 1806]

[NI25334] [married twice; second wife not named but marriage (not dated) in Boston, MA]

[DI25334] [Cobb: in Halifax, N.S.; Fullerton: in Mass.]

[DI25335] [died at sea on voyage from Jamaica]

[DI25350] [lost at sea]

[BI25371] [Brackett: Oct. 30, 1847]

[NI25538] [brother of Asa Loring]

[NI25560] [died young]

[BI25561] [North Yarmouth, Maine?]

[XI25569] [Eastern Cemetery]

[BI25574] [Feb 1842?]

[NI25578] [It is likely she was the Sarah J. Cobb of Poland, ME who married Edward E. Hardy of Wilton, ME on 12-27-1898]

[DI25579] [p. 73: Deaths Registered in Plymouth in 1938; aged 57-5-5]

[DI25607] [1865 date however he has 2nd marriage in 1878]

[BI25659] [his second wife]

[NI25670] [probably same name as Wallace as others of that name were in Maine]

[XI25674] [Bangs Plot]

[XI25675] [Bangs Plot]

[XI25676] [Bangs Plot]

[XI25677] [Bangs Plot]

[XI25678] [Bangs Plot]

[XI25679] [Bangs Plot]

[XI25680] [Bangs Plot]

[XI25686] [Cobb Plot]

[BI25687] [calculated]

[DI25687] [gravestone]

[XI25687] [Cobb Plot]

[BI25688] [calculated]

[DI25688] [gravestone]

[XI25688] [Cobb Plot]

[BI25689] [calculated]

[DI25689] [gravestone]

[XI25689] [Cobb Plot]

[BI25690] [calculated]

[DI25690] [gravestone]

[XI25690] [Cobb Plot]

[BI25691] [calculated]

[DI25691] [gravestone]

[XI25691] [Cobb Plot]

[BI25693] [calculated]

[DI25693] [gravestone]

[XI25693] [Cobb Plot]

[XI25695] [Laurel Hill Cemetery]

[XI25696] [Laurel Hill Cemetery]

[XI25697] [Laurel Hill Cemetery]

[DI25701] [lost at sea]

[BI25717] [calculated]

[BI25727] [Alt.: 2 Oct 1778]

[NI25785] [descendant of Francis Eaton and John Alden]

[NI25789] [Probably the Jennie E. Cobb who married Francis E. Chadwick, both of Cumberland,  Aug. 5, 1873; by John C. Adams]

[BI25811] [10 Sep 1849 per Copy of an Old Record of a Birth Record from Danville (1st child, Adelia F. Cobb, birth in Danville, Me.)]
[10 Sep 1850 in Auburn (Cobb)]

[DI25827] ["d. early"]

[BI25828] [five children (including Wm. C.) died in infancy that preceded her birth and others after her birth]

[DI25844] [BATTLE OF TRAFALGAR - Gibraltar - 21st October 1805 included  LLOYD - Lieutenant Robert - HMS Conqueror, with Vice Admiral Horatio Nelson of the HMS Victory
in the Royal Navy]

[BI25859] [or Plymouth?]

[DI25859] ["found dead"]

[XI25859] [Saint Marys Cemetery, Newton Lower Falls]

[BI25861] [Death record states he was born in Heath (Franklin Co.) but no birth record for him or any Perkins there]

[DI25861] [from typhus fever per VR, page 175 (Deaths)]

[XI25861] [Find A Grave, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=73691660:
North River Cemetery]

[DI25863] [VR, page 175 (Deaths); aged 18]

[XI25863] [Branch Cemetery/ Colrain West Branch Cemetery]

[BI25866] [b. abt Mar 1687?]

[DI25879] [gravestone record]

[DI25880] [gravestone record]

[BI25883] [calculated]

[BI25884] [calculated]

[BI25885] [calculated]

[NI25905] [French descent]

[XI25922] [Platteville cemetery]

[DI25923] [never married before his death]

[NI25924] [Cared for by her brother Osborn B. Cobb until his death]

[DI25924] [never married]

[DI25930] [died at birth]

[NI25933] [19 Feb 1921]

[DI25945] [died at birth]

[NI25954] [17 Jul 1927?]

[NI25956] [Maybe 22 Mar 1918? NE - 13 Dec 1998 FL]

[DI25989] ["killed in a car wreck"]

[DI26003] [unmarried]

[DI26005] [unmarried, caretaker of mother]

[BI26016] [twin]

[BI26017] [twin]

[BI26051] [1921 or earlier?]

[BI26058] [6/5/1900 Census has birth in Colorado]

[BI26109] [19--]

[XI26146] [Platteville cemetery]

[NI26148] [He had two daughters before marriage to Maggie Schafer]

[XI26154] [Platteville cemetery]

[NI26165] [His father probably died shortly after his mother's death as he was raised first by his grandmother then by Samuel Freeman Cobb and his wife (his aunt) until his own marriage.]

[BI26205] [printed as Dec. 38 so day not known]

[NI26244] [See http://genforum.genealogy.com/cobb/messages/3620.html]

[BI26244] Else 2 Feb. 1769, but by Deane: February 16, 1768]

[DI26244] [Also dated as 1 May 1836 but found as June 2, 1836 (website) and June 22, 1836 (see Deane and posting by Doug Park, Cobb Genforum)]

[XI26244] [Cobb Cemetery aka Cob Hill Cemetery]

[BI26245] [February 05, 1772 (Deane - date only)]

[XI26245] [Cobb Cemetery]

[XI26246] [Buffalo Springs Cemetery]

[XI26247] [Buffalo Springs Cemetery]

[DI26248] Kentucky Death Records 1900 - 1999:
Name: Cobb, Richard
Death Date: 24 August 1931; Place of Death: Boyle, Kentucky
Age: 71;  Residence: Kentucky
State Volume: 38, Office Volume: 31, Certificate: 18637
Nearby Cemeteries: Gray Cemetery, Boyle, Kentucky]

[XI26249] [Big Creek Baptist Church Cemetery]

[XI26262] [Schoolcraft Township Cemetery]

[XI26263] [Schoolcraft Township Cemetery]

[XI26279] [United Cemetery]

[XI26280] [United Cemetery]

[DI26297] [private record has the date as Mar. 27, 1839, a. 19 y.]

[NI26308] [SThere must be definite connections of Indian blood in both the Greenough and Studley families.T]

[NI26317] [1860 census]

[XI26317] [Ancient Cemetery]

[BI26334] [gravestone: 1864; census: Sept. 1864]

[XI26334] [Woodlawn Cemetery]

[DI26355] [lost at sea]

[BI26386] [at Milton Academy, at Robbins House, Saturday, "about 1:30 p.m."]

[BI26387] [born about 9:30 a.m.in the rear room of a ground floor apartment at 66 Chestnut St.]

[BI26388] [He was born abt 10 p.m.in the second floor bedroom; first named James, then Henry; finally named Matthew in July 1913.]

[BI26394] [Her father died before she was 3 years old, and he had separated from her mother before then. She was then raised by her aunt and uncle until her aunt's death in 1828  and then by her aunt's husband Edward Clarke and his second wife (p. 79)]

[DI26394] [on Hereford St.]

[DI26482] [1664/5? date misprinted in volume and may be 1665 or 1685]

[NI26495] [probably Pinneo same as Pinneau (in Lebanon, CT)]

[BI26518] [twin]

[BI26519] [twin]

[DI26535] [unmarried; her sister cared for her for 10 years]

[NI26537] [She was named as Cothrell but has her father as Elder Corthell in genealogy, so last name spelling not precise]

[NI26545] [Glen?]

[NI26574] [probably Hannah Libby per "Brackett"]

[DI26588] [ref: Essex County Deeds, Vol. 58, p. 165]

[DI26589] [New Meadows, near Brunswick]

[NI26595] [a Minister at Bath, Maine]

[DI26599] [at New Meadows, Maine]

[DI26603] [He "was a soldier in the late war and died in service"]

[NI26609] "(The Cooper Line)", p. 281, "Encyclopedia of Biography"

[DI26660] [in the army in the Civil War]

[NI26677] ["He represented Newbury in the Legislature 1900; senator from Orange County 1904; deputy sheriff 20 years; sheriff of Orange County 1908-9; became judge of probate Dec. 1, 1910; appointed commissioner at large of the state fair" ... member of several organizations.]

[BI26698] [New England Ancestors, Holiday 2003, Vol. 4, Nos. 5 - 6, p. 55: "The William Sydney Fisher Family Bible Record" by Timothy G. X. Salls (part of "the faith Adams Griefen Papers (Mss 445)"]

[NI26710] [perhaps named Lena Marietta Cobb?]

[BI26710] [calculated date; both parents born in Maine per census of 1930]

[DI26710] [Cerebral hemorrhage Fracture of rt. hip. Fell in kitchen of home.]

[XI26710] [Center Cemetery (Whitaker gravestone)]

[XI26711] [Center Cemetery (Whitaker gravestone)]

[DI26715] [Maj. Thomas Bennett's Records]

[XI26756] [Nemasket Hill Cemetery]

[XI26761] [Cemetery at The Green]

[BI26770] [seventh son of William Page; may have been born in Hurricane Mills, Humphreys Co., Tennessee]

[BI26782] [as "May? 185?", 1853 assumed in birth order]

[DI26811] "aged 24"

[DI26813] [between Sept and Nov. of 1718]

[DI26814] [not having been mentioned in father's will]

[DI26817] [not having been mentioned in father's will]

[BI26909] 15 Sept. 1687 /  23 Sept. 1689

[NI26914] "June 17 day one tuesday morning 1718" : VR Harwich

[NI26925] [Thankful b. 8-22-1711, dau. of Ebenezer & Lydia ( ) Howes; Thankful Howes b. 6-24-1725, dau. of Joseph & Mary ( ) Howes]

[NI26936] June 4 or July 4 of 1684 - both dates in "The George Soule Family"

[BI26936] June 4 or July 4 of 1684 - both dates in "MF2: The George Soule Family"

[NI26937] John Haskell became a resident before 1675, took the freeman's oath in
1688 and was named a proprietor 12 Nov 1695. The estate of John
Haskell was admitted to probate 1706 but no will or distribution has
ever been foung. He did record the birth of
his children in the Middleboro Town Records 01

John Haskell became a resident before 1675, took the freeman's oath in 1688 and was named a proprietor 12 Nov 1695. The estate of John Haskell was admitted to probate 1706 but no will or distribution has ever been foung. He did record the birth of his children in the Middleboro Town Records 01

[BI26937] "reputedly"

[NI26942] "died Aug 18,1719 Aet about 26 yrs"

"Mortuary Record from the Gravestones In The Old Burial Ground in
Brester, Mass.", 1898.

[XI26942] "Mortuary Record from the Gravestones In The Old Burial Ground in Brester, Mass.", 1898.

[BI26948] ["20 Jan., or June, 1776"]

[XI26953] [Riverside Cemetery]

[XI26954] [Riverside Cemetery]

[XI26955] [Riverside Cemetery]

[XI26956] [Riverside Cemetery]

[XI26957] [Hart Street Cemetery]

[XI26958] [Hart Street Cemetery]

[XI26960] [Unitarian Cemetery]

[BI26966] [then as Taunton, Plymouth Colony]

[BI26967] [then in Mass.]

[DI26967] [last child born in late 1713]

[BI26971] [dau. of Henry & Mary Andrews]

[DI26971] [deed signed as widow]

[DI26978] [after birth of fifth child]

[NI27019] [Article by Frank A. Bates in 1914stated Sarah Bates "may have the been the one who married Oct. 19, 1780, William Cobb; or who married Sylvanus Cobb of Derby, Vt. Both these claims have been made."][Church record has the marriage but need confirmation she was the only (or this) Sarah Bates then]

[BI27021] [or Derby, Orleans Co., VT]

[NI27034] [as June 23, 182_]

[BI27034] [as "b. 6-3-182_" ]

[BI27037] [Fogg: 8-19-1723]

[DI27037] [Fogg: 3-24-1768, a, 44 years]

[DI27039] [Fogg: Dec. 9, 1782]

[NI27058] [See Blethen Family Tree by Martin T. Blethen for this line at "Descendants of John Blethen" to Hannah Chase from < http://www.pilgreen.com/Blethen/pafg01.htm#148>]

[BI27093] [listed as child in Cobb-Carr, p. 31]

[NI27101] [http://genforum.genealogy.com/cobb/messages/7419.html]

[NI27115] [She was a co-compiler and source of much information on descendants of Nathaniel Oliver Cobb. She died (in 1977) before the book could be printed but it was published (and microfilmed).]

[XI27135] [Norton Cemetery]

[XI27136] [Norton Cemetery]

[NI27144] [she never married]

[XI27144] [Wilkesville Cemetery]

[XI27158] [Arlington National Cemetery]

[NI27159] [She provided family information to the compilers]

[NI27176] [Record as John Cotton Cobb but may have been John Haskell Cobb or John Cotton Haskell Cobb, Jr.?]

[XI27180] [Manassa Cemetery]

[BI27183] [twin with Blanche Carr]

[NI27211] [6 children listed but not listed with which of the two marriages: Jack, Sharon Lee, Donna Jane, Donald Wayne, Louis Eldon & Lois Ellen Pruett]

[NI27237] [Another researcher of Robbins-Soule lines (PCGI ped. Chart #228)]

[NI27257] [FGS of Clinton D. Talbot, Lakeville, MA]

[BI27266] [As 6 Sep 1693 but likely earlier (1688 or earlier?)]

[DI27271] [then Rehoboth]

[DI27291] [24 Mar 1876]

[XI27362] [Madonna Cemetery]

[NI27375] [She was possibly a daughter of Jonathan Battle or Ebenezer Battle. Author noted Ebenezer as a possibility but used Jonathan as her father (spouse not named). Jonathan was a son of Jonathan Battle (b. 1693 of Dedham, Mass. family) and Elizabeth Barber.]

[NI27382] [Name variations: Larned, Larnet, Lernet, Leonard]

[BI27399] ["of Watertown"]

[DI27410] ["Departed this Life October ye 19th Anno Domii. 1732 in ye 80th year of his age."]

[BI27411] [bef 1662]

[DI27436] [aft 1727]

[DI27446] ["26 Mar. 17__"]

[CI27467] [St. Margaret's, according to the parish register]

[BI27475] ["of Sudbury"]

[NI27479] [also as Forbush]

[NI27505] [Chart has another generation (a son of John) between John Bathrick and David Bathrick but unlikely based on dates involved.]

[NI27527] [or noted as possibly "Elizabeth Spencer, dau of Wm."]

[NI27533] http://genweb.net/cgi-bin/igmget.cgi/n=Moses-Cleveland?I02773
Notes:
According to family tradition, Moses Cleveland came to New England in 1635 as "a ship's carpenter's apprentice, and worked his passage over. It is generally stated that he came from Ipswich as an indentured apprentice to a joiner, housewright or master builder, name of his master not ascertained,but conjectured to be Edward Winn ( whose daughter he afterwards married), for 'he went to Woburn with his master,' and there settled in 1640-1;" admitted a freeman in 1643; granted land at Woburn 1648-9; listed on Woburn militia roll 1663 at age 39.

from:The American Forbears and Some of the Descedents of Charles Theron Brown and His Wife Martha Elizabeth Hebbard, Michael R. Gannett, 1978 It has also been said that Moses and the group he was with came first to Virginia to settle but having to much trouble with the Indians, they boarded a ship and came up the coast to Plymouth.

[DI27534] [http://genweb.net/cgi-bin/igmget.cgi/n=Moses-Cleveland?I02774 -
Mrs. Ann Winn Cleveland died, probably previous to May 6, 1682, for her father, Edward Winne, made his will mentioning her three youngest children, but not her.]
[aft Apr 1670]

[NI27535] Edward Winn was at Boston, Massachusetts by December 1640 and moved to Woburn, Massachusetts by the spring of 1641 as a first settler, where he surveyed and was a Selectman. He married 2ndly August 10, 1649 Sarah Beal who died at Woburn, Massachusetts March 3, 1680, and 3rdly Hannah ( ) Page Wood, widow of William Page and Nicholas Wood; she died shortly before November 1, 1686.

from: The American Forebears and Some of the of Charles Theron Brown and His Wife Martha Elizabeth Hebbard, Michael R. Gannett, 1978

[BI27535] http://genweb.net/cgi-bin/igmget.cgi/n=Moses-Cleveland?I00022

[DI27535] http://genweb.net/cgi-bin/igmget.cgi/n=Moses-Cleveland?I00022

[BI27596] [at Mfd.]

[BI27597] [at Mfd.]

[NI27603] [It is likely she was the Lena Cobb of K.I. Works, ME who married Jessie E. Cunningham of K.I. Works, ME on 11-15-1893]

[NI27604] [It is likely she was the Ethel J. Cobb of Parkman, ME (she was in the census there in 1880) who married George W. Labroke of Sangerville, ME on 09-10-1898]

[XI27606] [Knowlton Mill Cemetery]

[NI27610] [Is he the same as Carl Joseph Cobb who married Helen M. Worden. They were married on October 28, 1929 in Dexter, Maine? (According to the marriage certificate, Helen is the daughter of James Worden and Agnes Luke) Found on Cobb Genforum at http://genforum.genealogy.com/cobb/messages/7514.html]
[Also have a marriage to Elsie Ludwig in Maine yo Carl J. Cobb]



[Is he the same as Carl Joseph Cobb who married Helen M. Worden. They were married on October 28, 1929 in Dexter, Maine? (According to the marriage certificate, Helen is the daughter of James Worden and Agnes Luke) Found on Cobb Genforum at http://genforum.genealogy.com/cobb/messages/7514.html]




[Is he the same as Carl Joseph Cobb who married Helen M. Worden. They were married on October 28, 1929 in Dexter, Maine? (According to the marriage certificate, Helen is the daughter of James Worden and Agnes Luke) Found on Cobb Genforum at http://genforum.genealogy.com/cobb/messages/7514.html]

[BI27610] [Obit has age 65 in 1970 but has his parents' marriage in 1906?; marriage date incorrect?]

[DI27610] [http://genforum.genealogy.com/cobb/messages/7674.html: The Eastern Gazette 8-13-1970, p.2 Obituary CARL J. COBB
Carl J. Cobb, 65, died Aug. 3 at a Somerville, N.J., hospital after a brief illness. He was born in Dover-Foxcroft. He had lived at Finderne, N.J., for the past 15 years, and was a maintenance supervisor for the Her cules Powder Co. in Parlin, N.J., for 29 years before retiring last March. He was a veteran of World War I and was a member of the Bound Brook Moose Lodge.
Survivors are his widow, Mrs. Elsie (Ludwig) Cobb of Finderne, N.J.; his mother, Mrs. Margaret Cobb of South Dartmouth, Mass.; three sons, Carl, Jr., of Dexter, Alton of Methuen, Mass., and James of South Brunswick, N.J., three daughters, Mrs. Jacquelin Penson of Milltown, N.J. Mrs. Anna Margaritell of Sayreville, N.J., and Mrs. Virginia Blessington of Edison, N.J.; three brothers, Freemand of New Bedford, Mass., Stanley of Westfield, N.J., and Nathaniel of Waterville; four sisters, Mrs. Elsie Perry of South Dartmouth, Mass., Mrs. Helena Godreau of Dexter, Mrs. Ethel Trial of Billerica, Mass., and Mrs. Eva Giambusso of Roxbury, Mass. and 23 grandchildren.
Funeral services were held last Thursday and burial was in a Somerville, N.J. cemetery.]

[NI27641]

< http://www.angelfire.com/ny/chickened/colefamily.html >:
Daniel Cole appears in the records of Plymouth Colony about 1633 with his brothers, Job and John.

[BI27652] [S. of "Nathan and Silva": His birth is registered as August 1793 before the marriage in Nov. 1793 of his parents. Either date may have the wrong year]

[DI27654] [aged 50 y.]

[NI27660] [check for marriage of Trustum (Tristan?) Nye and Levina Hallet in Falmouth]

[BI27682] [3rd of 6 children]

[NI27724] [Is she the "Patia Winslow"who with a Jeremiah Cobb had a child Elizabeth Bozworth Cobb b. in 1786 in Wareham (recorded in Middleboro as "Patia Winslow")!Perhaps she was a second wife of the Jeremiah Cobb b. in 1745?]

[DI27745] Micah Allen's children and their spouses met at his house on 9 Oct. 1810 and again at his funeral on 16 Aug. 1823.

[XI27745] [Old Town Cemetery]

[XI27746] [Old Town Cemetery]

[DI27748] ["Allen Family":1744] [betw. 12/11/1744 (will) and 4/1/1745 date of probate (Mayfl.)]

[BI27752] ["Allen Family": 1743]

[BI27758] ["Allen Family": 1722]

[DI27770] [gravestone found in W.B.]

[NI27779] she died in  "1828 ae. 63 " Thus calc. her birth as 1765.

[NI27780] Josiah died of "black jaundice".

[DI27780] [Josiah died of "black jaundice".]

[NI27787] [!Taunton family line!]

[DI27787] [Age given as 86 in Mansfield Deaths book]

[XI27787] [Cobb-Babbitt Cemetery]

[NI27788] [Cobb3Family.FTW]

G.R. 5 in Norton, MA; also rec. in Mansfield records.

[DI27788] [1840, Oct. 30; Mrs. Benjm. Cobb, age 77 (Mansfield Deaths)]

[XI27788] [Cobb-Babbitt Cemetery]

[BI27807] [Bridgewater?]

[XI27809] Old Burial Grounds, Wappa Brook, CT

[NI27814] Henry Adams died "or was bur. 8 Oct. 1646,"

1: "came from Devonshire, England, it is said by alden and others, in 1630, but probably not so early; settled in Braintree where he d. 8 Oct. 1646, leaving sons, Henry, Samuel, Thomas, Peter, Joseph, Edward, and two others. ... descendant ... John Adams ..."
Merged Note (Buried):
Henry Adams died "or was bur. 8 Oct. 1646,"
Merged Note (Emigrated):
1: "came from Devonshire, England, it is said by alden and others, in 1630, but probably not so early; settled in Braintree where he d. 8 Oct. 1646, leaving sons, Henry, Samuel, Thomas, Peter, Joseph, edward, and two others. ... descendant ... John Adams ..."

[XI27814] Henry Adams died "or was bur. 8 Oct. 1646,"

[NI27818] Ref. p. 4 & 5 of "The Adams Family"

[BI27818] Ref. p. 4 & 5 of "The Adams Family"

[NI27841] [ per Cutter: born June 15, 1693.]
[! http://www.rootsweb.com/%7Emabridge/alden.html !
Capt. Ebenezer (s. of Isaac 3.) lived in E. B., and m. Anna, D. of Joseph Keith, 1717, and had Anna 1718, Susanna 1719, Abigail 1721, Nathan 1727, Ezra 1732. -- Anna m. Eleazar Washburn, Susanna m. Ephraim Cary, Abigail m. Ebenezer Byram, Jr., Esq., all three m. together, at the same time, viz.: -- Nov. 22, 1738. -- The mother d. 1775, ś 79, the father 1776, ś 83, and was the last surviving member of the first church in East Bridgewater, gathered in 1724. ]

[BI27841] per Cutter: born June 15, 1693.

[DI27842] [correct date?]

[BI27845] ?Braintree, Norfolk Co., MA?

[BI27847] [gravestone record, Hanson]

[BI27848] [gravestone record, Hanson]

[NI27852] [Sarah's death record has her mother as "Hannah Stuart" with birthplace blank]

[NI27855] [In visit to my mother, Arlene, with mother's sister, Gladys, on Tues., July 18, 1995, Shirley related that her grandparents, Edward and Rose Dubee, came from Quebec and settled in Graniteville (Westford, MA); are buried in Graniteville Cemetery. Their plots are on the left after going through the gate. Edward died from a horse hitting him in the head; Rose died from cancer. I checked the pictures I took of the different Dubey/Dubee plots there, but  I do not have an Edward/Rose Dubee gravestone. Shirley's mother was same as my mother's, Mary  (Turner - Lucas) (Conquest) Dubee; Shirley's father was James E. Dubee, who was Lena (Dubee) Conquest's brother.] (! Different set of parent's for Lena and James E. Dubee/Dubey)
[! Brother of Arlene Conquest's grandmother, Lena Dubey. [4/15/1994]] Same parents found on their death certs from Acton, MA: Frank and Mary Dubee]

[BI27855] [(1) Listed as 1/10/1904 in certified copy of Sudbury record (handwritten record in births in 1904 (Vol. VII, p. 75, No. 1) for "James Edward Duby" seen, shows "Lena Duby" as informant; parents "Frank Duby" and "Mary Vernon"; recorded on Feb. 10, 1904]
[(2) Also as date 10 Feb 1909 (?) per daughter Shirley (incorrect recollection) having gotten birth certificate]
[(3) age at death would make birth in 1907 (as aged 46) and Acton, MA grave marker lists date as 1907]

[DI27855] [Death certificate (a true copy) from Acton Town Clerk, 4/17/2003 shows him as married,  age 46, birthplace as Sudbury, Mass.]

[XI27855] [Mt. Hope Cemetery, West Acton  (per death cert.)(however not found in search there on 4/17/2003)]

[NI27857] [Records show name as Iles rather than Isles (as it was in Canada)]

[Lilla M. Isles  Turner Stone: as she also married Herman O. Stone. ]
[Date based on exact age at  death given in Hanover Annual Report, 1948, p. 61.]
[Family name of Isles also found in Hanover, Mass. (related?) and Westford, Mass (which had immigration of Canadian families)]

[BI27857] [Date based on exact age at  death given in Hanover Annual Report, 1948, p. 61 and married at age 15; town from death certificate]

[DI27857] ["Standard Certificate of Death", Hanover, certified by town clerk; death caused by " coronary occlusion due to myocardial angina due to hypertension"; parents' names and birthplaces given]

[XI27857] [Colebrook Cemetery]

[NI27858] [She married first a Mr. Swanson; she was a sister of Mary Etta (Turner) (Lucas) Conquest; first wife of William Conquest (she was his second). She was living with William Conquest before marriage, six years senior to him. Her death due to cancer. Cora M. (Turner)(Swanson) Conquest was a shoe worker and a rubber worker. Daughter Shirley M. (Swanson) Reed, b. abt 1922.]

[BI27858] [26th A. R. of Whitman FYE Jan. 7, 1901 (Whitman: Press of the Whitman Times, 1901); p. 114]

[DI27858] [Died of cancer (carcinoma of cervix) at Alan Nursing Home; died on a Monday afternoon, funeral held Thursday, March 5; buried at Colebrook Cem., Whitman.]

[XI27858] [Colebrook Cemetery, with William Conquest (Conquest/Stone grave plot).]

[NI27859] [Married at age 21; Occupation was "lumber surveyor". Resided at Acton, MA.]
[ALSO middle name found as Edwin Francis; he was a carpenter.]

[BrÝderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 1, Ed. 4, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Social Security Death Index, Surnames from A through L, Date of Import: 2 May 1999, Internal Ref. #1.111.4.48474.29]
    Individual: Conquest, William
    Birth date: 10 Feb 1906       Death date: Oct 1960
    Social Security #: 029-10-3363      State of issue: MA ]

[DI27859] [Death at his summer residence was at Bates Pd. Rd., Carver, MA cottage; copy of death recorded at Whitman]

[XI27859] [Colebrook Cemetery]

[NI27860] [LOFTUS, MARK 021-03-8345 MA  16 Jul 1902  May 1974  MA  Maynard, Massachusetts 01754]

[BI27860] [Record #3976, Concord, MA (Certificate of Birth)]

[DI27860] [cause: heart disease, heart failure; certified certificate of death; date of record: May 24, 1974]

[XI27860] [St. Bridget's Cemetery, with wife Mary; but date of death marked is incorrect (shown as March 9, 1974) should be 9 May 1974]

[NI27861] [Adopted: 3/11/1913 by Fred E. and Rozelia P. Lucas of Sterling, MA at Probate Court of Worcester, presided by Judge Frederick Chamberlain. Her actual surname is Turner. She was married four times total.]

[10-14-53: Deed to Lot 77,Sec.5 at Mt. Hope Cem., Acton, MA; but buried w/ last husband in St. Bridget's Cemetery, Maynard, MA.]

[Loftus, Mary  025-24-7166 MA  6 Jul 1911  Mar 1974  MA  Maynard, Massachusetts 01754]

[BI27861] [Grave marker has birth as August 6, 1912] [Mary Etta Turner was born Aug. 6, 1911 in No. Abington.

[DI27861] [Residence was Maynard; grave marker has date as Mar 13, 1974 as is Death Cert.; cause of death was diabetes, hypoprotienemia; her father's name incorrectly given, mother's name correct; date of record: May 9, 1974]

[XI27861] [Bought plot at Mt. Hope Cemetery, West Acton, MA [Lot 77, Sec. 5; where husbands James Dubee and Milford Scott were buried] on 10/14/1953; but she was buried w/ last husband (M. Loftus) in Maynard, MA.]

[BI27862] [not in Town Hall records nor any marriage in Whitman]

[BI27863] [23d A. R. of Whitman, FYE January 3d, 1898 (Whitman: Press of the Whitman Times, 1898); also birth in Town Hall records]

[BI27864] [year on grave marker (actual date calculated) and Musquodobait, Nova Scotia, Canada (his birthplace on his death cert.) should be Musquodoboit, Nova Scotia, Canada (also now known as Musquodoboit Harbor, or Musquodoboit Valley, Halifax Co., Nova Scotia B0J 2L0]

[DI27864] [He resided in West Acton, MA, laborer; cause: "infarction of cerebrum, left"]

[XI27864] [Mt. Hope Cemetery, West Acton, Mass., with Mary's other husband, James E. Dubee]

[NI27866]

Marriage listed in IGI as in Bear River, Digby Co.; Nova Scotia;

Marriage listed in IGI as in Bear River, Digby Co.; Nova Scotia;

[NI27867] [ See Wendy Hudson's genealogy < http://www.netlabs.net/hp/whudson/html/dat1.htm#98 >  LECAIN, SUSAN ILES , Birth : 1843 Nova Scotia; Marriage: BEF 1858 in Nova Scotia to HUDSON, DAVID W. Birth : 1829 Granville, Annapolis County, Nova Scotia; Death : ABT 1868 Nova Scotia (six children born before 1869)

[XI27867] [Colebrook Cemetery, as "Susan Iles" with dau. Lilla (Conquest/Stone grave plot)]
[Other Lecain family found buried in Hanover, MA but no connection found]

[NI27868] [ Marriage listed in IGI (Microfiche) as in St. Luke's Parish in Annapolis in Annapolis Co., Nova Scotia.]
[?? Child listed in B. Stewart's Family Group Sheet as Elizabeth LeCain, born 1824 (before parents' marriage by 5 years), married on 9 Feb. 1843 (date of christening of other siblings) ]

[ < http://www.rootsweb.com/~nsannapo/lgmap21.html > Annapolis County Land Grants - Map 21, Annapolis and Digby Counties - Annapolis Township, List of Grantees; Le Caine, Thomas   3  (Area 3 includes Annapolis Royal, Lake La Rose, Lequille)  The maps showing the location of crown land grants in Nova Scotia, the majority of which were issued between 1750 and 1850]

Marriage listed in IGI (Microfiche) as in St. Luke's Parish in Annapolis in Annapolis Co., Nova Sotia.

[NI27878] [See < http://genforum.genealogy.com/ord/messages/125.html > "Ord in Nova Scotia" by Paula Stailing (p.stailing@ns.sympatico.ca), November 17, 2001 ]

[NI27888] Per Cutter: she was born in 1665; thus probably Jan. 1665, not 1664.

[BI27888] Per Cutter: she was born in 1665; thus probably Jan. 1665, not 1664.

[NI27897] For further info:
Edward the Emigrant's sons, Edward (b. 1617), John (b. 1625), and
Moses (b. 1630):
"The story of the Gilmans and a Gilman Genealogy of the descendants of
Edward Gilman of Hingham, England, 1550 - 1950";  Constance Le Neve
Gilman Ames; 200 pp.;1996.

[NI27900] "Abiah, or Abial, or Abihail, wid. of Isaac Lazell and D. of John
Leavitt, ... she was born 1667, and had [2 ch.]... by her first
husband. -"
Abigail "Abiel" Leavitt of Hingham, b. 12/9/1667, m. 1/20/1685-66,
Isaac Lasell; widowed 10/20/1690.

"Abiah, or Abial, or Abihail, wid. of Isaac Lazell and D. of John Leavitt, ... she was born 1667, and had [2 ch.]... by her first husband. -"
Abigail "Abiel" Leavitt of Hingham, b. 12/9/1667, m. 1/20/1685-66, Isaac Lasell; widowed 10/20/1690.

"Abiah, or Abial, or Abihail, wid. of Isaac Lazell and D. of John Leavitt, ... she was born 1667, and had [2 ch.]... by her first husband. -"
Abigail "Abiel" Leavitt of Hingham, b. 12/9/1667, m. 1/20/1685-66, Isaac Lasell; widowed 10/20/1690.

[NI27902] Following lineage based on  pp. 134-135, "Colonial Families,... A de
Luxe Volume of Genealogy, Biography, and Heraldry", 1936, The American
Historical Society

[NI27903] As dau. of Edward the Emigrant, sister of Edward, John, and Moses
Gilman.

As dau. of Edward the Emigrant, sister of Edward, John, and Moses Gilman.

[XI27913] [Nemasket Cemetery: stone fair]

[NI27924] Spurr lists deaths separately in Dec 1854.  possibly same person, or
twins.

[NI27928] DONALD SEAVEY WINSLOW is a descendent of John Howland and Elizabeth
Tilley, Mayflower Passengers in 1620.  He is also the creator of this
Database and Gedcom file.  Further information concerning these
families would be greatly appreciated.

     E-Mail address, Donwww @ AOL.Com       Mail Address:  8 Cardinal
Lane, Poland, ME 04274

An additional gedcom file of his Winslow ancestral line will be posted
as DONWIN.ZIP, that line shows other possible lines to Mayflower
passengers.

He Enlisted in US Navy in  1941 and during WWII served in the US,
Cuba, and the Pacific Ocean. Beginning in 1946,  he worked as a
Technician in Radio and Television Broadcasting, at WTVL in
Waterville, Me, as Chief Engineer of WPBC in Rockland, ME. staff
engineer at WMTW-TV Poland and Mount Washington, and  Chief Engineer,
and  Director of Engineering, of Maine Public Broadcasting at the
University of Maine, retiring in 1985

On December 13, 1943 he married Wanda Marie Walters, daughter of Harry
C. and Anna (Knoch) Walters of Marietta, Ohio.

Don and Wanda  have three sons,  Rodney of Poland, ME,  Richard of
Carlisle, PA, and Donald J. of Hermon, ME.  Their daughters are
Barbara Elaine Caron of Quimby, ME, and Carol Ann Roderick of
Eddington, ME.

[BI27931] [Possibly Casco, Maine]

[XI27931] [Lane Cemetery]

[XI27935] [Maple Grove Cemetery]

[NI27946] The Garden of Memopry (Section J)

[DI27946] [Stevens Memorial Hospital]

[XI27946] [Lot 564 A&B, Gracelawn Cemetery]

[NI27957] Funeral was 10 March, actual burial 11 March
Death certificate, from record at Town of Paris, clerk.

[DI27957] [Market Square Health Care Center]

[XI27957] [Gracelawn Cemetery]

[NI27958] Died at Maine Medical Center, Portland.  She had lived in Lewiston,
Poland, Minot, Gray, and Portland, having been married to (1)
Robinson, (2) Philbrick and (3) Parker.
Her obit stated that she had 11 grandchildren and 28 great
grandchildren.

[XI27958] [Gracelawn Cemetery]

[NI27960] Was living in Longmeadow, MA at the time of her mother's death.

[NI27962] At the time of his mother's death he was living in Portsmouth NH

[DI27977] [CMG Hospital]

[XI27988] [Section H, Lot 204 C&D: Gracelawn Cemetery]

[XI27990] [Gracelawn Cemetery]

[NI28000] At the time of his mother's death he was living at Wilton, ME

[NI28003] Was living with her husband Hayes in Falmouth ME at the time of her
mother's death

[XI28005] [Gracelawn Cemetery]

[NI28006] Kenneth earned his AB at University of Maine, Orono in 1960; His MA at
Yale in 1962; and his PHD at University of Maine, Orono in 1966.
(From Rounds Book) He was a professor of political science at UMO
during the time Don and Wanda Winslow worked at the University.

[NI28007] Charles graduated from the University of Arizona in 1963.  According
to Rounds book, he was employed by the North American Aeronautic Co.,
Downey, Cal. and resided at 16172 Cairo Circle, Placenta, CA

[NI28009] Phyllis was from Auburn, Maine, according to Rounds.

[NI28010] Deidra was from Long Beach, N.Y. according to Rounds

[NI28027]

Re: Thomas & Anne Pope from Plymouth,MA
Posted by Tracy Hogan on February 06, 1998 at 09:47:57:
In Reply to: Thomas & Anne Pope from Plymouth,MA posted by Jeff Besser on January 26, 1998 at 16:37:56:
        Thomas Pope was b. 1608 and died in Dartmouth Mass in October 1683. He marr. first Ann(dau. of Gabriel and Catherine Fallowell) on Jan 28, 1637. He marr. second in Plymouth Sarah Jenney(dau of John and Sarah(Carey) Jenney) on May 19 1646. Thomas and Anne had only the one child Hannah b. 1839. Thomas and Sarah had the following:Seth, Susannah,Thomas, Sarah, John, Joanna, and Isaac.

[BI28049] [1620?]

[DI28049] [also Jan 1692/3]

[BI28061] [London, Middlesex Co., England?]

[DI28063] [executed for murder committed]

[DI28065] [son-in-law transferred his estate to her on the date]

[BI28070] ["bef. 3 Jan. 1663/4"]

[BI28071] ["aft. 3 Jan. 1663/4"]

[XI28074] [Old Burying Ground]

[XI28075] [Old Burying Ground]

[DI28080] [not named in father's will]

[XI28082] [unknown]

[NI28083] [James Dubee's death cert. from Acton]

[Also spelled "Dubee" or "Dube"][Birth date on death cert. close to calculated date from age at death (69 y., 3 mo., 9 days) on May 6, 1924, but gravestone has 1852.]
[Per James' daughter, there is an Edward & Rose Dubee in family who may be Frank's parents (not Galbiel Dubey) but his death cert. gives parents' names and they are Galbiel Dubey and Harriett Bishop. Edward & Rose Dubee not found]

[BI28083] [Birth date as 28 Jan 1862 calculated from age at death (69 y., 3 mo., 9 days) on May 6, 1924, from Town Report and Death Cert. from Westford (where he is Francis Dube, with parents' names and births [Canada]). However same Town Report source has spouse's age wrong. Death cert. of son (Acton, MA) lists Frank Dubee, his father, as born in Canada. His gravestone at Westford has 1852 for birth, not 1862]

[DI28083] [Std. Cert. of Death (#20) shows cause as "Arterio sclerosis" about 7:40 p.m. (The Annual Report of the Town has "Dube, Francis son of Galbiel and Harriet Bishop, 62 - 3 - 9" [AR: YE 12/31/1924, p. 8])]

[XI28083] [St. Catherine's Cemetery, sparse filled area on right, second section; gravestone has 1852 - 1924]

[NI28084] [Lived at Foxley River; Note: resided on a farm at Coleman now (1983) owned by Claude Wood.]
[Source: "Along The North Shore  A Social History of Township 11, P.E.I., 1765 - 1982" [J. Clinton Morrison Jr., 1983] This was in Arthur Conquest's possession in 1993 (seen 7-12-93). Later purchased as used book when Arthur's copy lost or sold after his death.]

[BI28084] [Foxley River, Prince Edw. Isl., Canada]

[DI28084] [Gravestone record has 1884 as death]

[NI28085] [1854: p.289 (Conquests); 1853: (Ramsays);  "Along The North Shore  A Social History of Town- ship 11, P.E.I., 1765 - 1982" [by J. Clinton Morrison Jr., 1983]. in Arthur Conquest's possession 1993; seen 7-12-93; lost after his death.]

[NI28086] [also as "Marie" (on gravestone); as "Mary Vineau" (L's death cert'); as "Mary Venion" (son J's death cert.) and "Veno"]

[as named as mother of J.E. Dubey on his cert. of marriage]

[name given as his mother as recorded on A's cert. of marriage]

[Gravestone at cemetery in Graniteville section of Westford, on Pine Ridge Rd..; marked as "Marie his wife" 1862 - 1940; Town Report gives name as "Mary M."]
[From mother's Bible, age of death was 82  (she would have been born in 1858) "Grandma Dubee (greatgrandmother) died 1940, 82 years as recorded in mother's Bible record.died in Graniteville. [Noted 3/17/94].

[3/31/94: At Mass. Archives, Death Index showed a "Dubey, Mary M. (Veneau)" died in Westford in 1940.
4/1/94: On map of Westford, found Graniteville is a section of the town. Made copy of that section of map for mother.  From mother, Mary is buried there,  as parents lived there.]

[Her daughter's death cert. has her birth in New Brunswick. Westford Town Report has age at 69,  A source on Dube families places her marriage at 9-19-1881, so she couldn't have been born in 1871, but 1858 or 1862 fits. Her gravestone has date as 1862 and her Westford, MA death cert. has birth only as Canada and her age 69 in 1940.]

[BI28086] [From Bible, age of death was 82  [she would have been born in 1858] but Westford Town Report has age at 69. Source on Dube families places her marriage at 9-19-1881, so birth in 1858 or 1862 (as on gravestone) fits. Her daughter's death cert. has her birth in New Brunswick, Canada.
Her gravestone has 1862 date for birth. Her death cert. from Westford has age 69 in 1940 and born in Canada (and gives parents' names); birth would be in 1871 for death at age 69, so age incorrect]

[DI28086] [She died 1940, at 82 years as recorded in a Bible record, died in Graniteville]
[3/31/94: At Mass. Archives, Death Index showed a "Dubey, Mary M. (Veneau)" died in Westford in 1940.]
[Standard Cert. of Death at Westford has death at 3 p.m. from "apoplexy (2 days) due to arteriosclerosis (10 years)" but has her age as 69]
[Westford AR: YE 12/31/1940, p. 14, Deaths (age 69)]

[XI28086] [Mary is buried there, as her parents lived there (no grave found)][St. Catherine's Cemetery in Graniteville section of Westford, on Pine Ridge Rd..; marked as "Marie his wife".]

[NI28087] [Grave found 4/25/1994 confirms birth and death years.
1-21-1928: residence at Acton, MA; foreman; age 50. He had six sons, one daughter.
Death notice in newspaper states he was a retired lawyer. Marriage certificate stated occupation as "foreman". ["The French Canadiens  1600 - 1900", 1st edit., ed. by N. M. Elliott states James Conquest "fireman, living in 1891 in Montreal" w/ source as "Lovell's Montreal Directory for 1891 - 1892".
][AFGS,Woons., R.I.; 6- 22- 93] Marriage certificate stated occupation as "foreman" [possible typo and could be "fireman" or vice versa?]
[1901 Canadian census  for Quebec finds James Conquest and Mrs. James Conquest in Montreal's Sainte-Anne Ward along with Hugh Conquest and three other female Conquest.]

[BI28087] [Date calculated from age at death; 1881 Census has James Conquest aged 3 (1878 birth), son of William]

[DI28087] [Death cert. of Acton: 1958, Vol. 6, Pg. 56, No. 10; cause: Carcinoma of the pharynx; place of birth listed as well as parents (mother's name spelled incorrectly)]

[XI28087] [Grave confirms birth and death years]

[NI28088] [Also "Lena Dubey"; age 44, housewife (1-21-1928). Name found as "Lena M. (Dubey)","Lena May (Dubey)", and "Lena M.(Dahey)" in Acton Annual Rpts.; 6- 2- 93]   Name as Dubey also as Dub or Dubay in Maine (3/12/94). According to my mother, after visit from Shirley on 7/18/95, Lena's brother was James E. Dubee  [same name as her father]. [Date of birth taken from gravestone in St. Bridget's Cemetery]

[BI28088] [Had her birth as 1886 in Orono, Maine, but marriage records have her age as 20 in 1904 and birthplace as Bath, ME, not Orono, ME. (Date of birth taken from gravestone in St. Bridget's Cem.) but may be 1884]
[Her Acton, MA death cert. has her birth as "Bathurst, New Brunswick" but son's birth cert. has her birth as Bathurst, N. S.; there is a Bathurst, New Brunswick, Canada. Also another death cert. has mother "Lena Dube" born Bathurst, N. B.]

[DI28088] [Death certificate at Acton Town Clerk, shows her as widowed, wife of James E. Conquest, age 79, residence as Acton, birthplace as Bathurst, New Brunswick.]

[XI28122] [Lothrop's Hill]

[DI28124] [mentioned in will]

[NI28132] [first born by order given]

[XI28181] [Cedar Grove Cemetery; Find A Grave Memorial# 46608403]

[XI28182] [Cedar Grove Cemetery; Find A Grave Memorial# 46599081]

[DI28183] [unmarried; death as 27 Nov 1837 (Cobb) but as 21 Nov 1837 (Durham)]

[XI28183] [Cedar Grove Cemetery; Find A Grave Memorial# 46599118]

[XI28185] [in Evergreen Cemetery with date per "City of Colo Spgs online cem data" in Find A Grave Memorial# 34465864]

[BI28186] [error in Cobb book (as 1834) when as 1824 date of birth indicated in Durham book and death in 1834]

[XI28186] [Cedar Grove Cemetery, Find A Grave Memorial# 46599107]

[DI28187] ["at her home, 1924 North Tejon Stree" per Colorado Springs Gazette, March 15, 1906 page 10:2 on Find A Grave Memorial# 14532404]

[XI28187] [Evergreen Cemetery (Find A Grave Memorial# 14532404)]

[XI28188] [Cedar Grove Cemetery; Find A Grave Memorial# 46608390]

[NI28192] [Methodist Episcopal Church]

[NI28196] ["Changes in "Name by Special Acts of the Legislature of Maine, 1820-1895" has (page 13) Cobb, Gershom of South Standish to  Cobb, Gershom Franklin, 1853]

[BI28200] [History of Durham, Maine has date as 1853 but 1843 per census]

[XI28200] [Evergreen Cemetery, found in Find A Grave Memorial# 74433071

[NI28201] [1880 census]

[BI28202] [Date also in "Genealogical Notes Of Durham, Maine.", By Everett S. Stackpole, 1899, though same book has alternate date for his brother's birth]

[XI28202] [Pine Grove Cemetery, Find A Grave Memorial# 67099460]

[NI28206] [Probably deceased before 1880]

[NI28209] Probably deceased before 1878 if Walter B. Cobb was aged 2 in 1880 correct census data. However, is he the same Walter W. Cobb, aged 31, in 1910 census? Then born in 1878 and not in 1875; not Walter B. but should be Walter W. in 1880 census]

[BI28215] [printed as Scaneck, N.J. - perhaps Teaneck? as no Scaneck found]

[BI28233] [twin]

[BI28234] [twin]

[BI28235] [twin]

[BI28236] [twin]

[BI28242] [Orange Co., NY? No Orange, NY found]

[NI28288] "Also spelled Whelding and Wheldon and without the "h" in old records.

Died in 1654, bet. Feb. 11, 1653 and April 4, 1654 per "Early Wheldens
Of Yarmouth" by James W. Hawes

"Also spelled Whelding and Wheldon and without the "h" in old records.

Died in 1654, bet. Feb. 11, 1653 and April 4, 1654 per "Early Wheldens Of Yarmouth" by James W. Hawes

" Gabriel Whelden: Gabriel was born in England.  He married an unknown person.  He married Margaret.  Gabriel died  January 1653/1654 in Malden, Massachusetts" [TAC]

[DI28288] Died in 1654, bet. Feb. 11, 1653 and April 4, 1654 per "Early Wheldens Of Yarmouth" by James W. Hawes

[BI28295] [Jan. 1650/51?]

[DI28296] [aged about 85 years]

[DI28297] [aged about 80 years]

[BI28309] [Bucksport, ME?]

[BI28311] [also as 22 Dec 1815]

[DI28317] [17 Jun 1794? - date per http://www.pehoushek.com/GENEALOGY/pafg59.htm#1528]

[DI28342] [Records of Old North Cemetery, Truro]

[XI28342] [Old North Cemetery, Truro]

[XI28343] [Old North Cemetery]

[BI28346] [or 1 Nov. 1825 (MD & Barclay (TAG: Mulford) source)]

[XI28346] [Pine Grove Cemetery]

[NI28347] [Maine Families in 1790, Vol. 7 (MGS Spec. Pub. No. 36), p. 491 has her possibly married twice: Joseph Snow, first, and Thomas Watkins, second. Different Sarah Cobb based on parent's given - see Sarah Cobb b. 1756 of Richard Cobb]
[Not a Barnstable line; her line comes from the Boston (Hingham/Truro) line]

[XI28349] [Old North Cemetery, Truro]

[XI28350] Old North Cemetery

[BI28413] [or England?]

[DI28423] [assumed month as original month written illegible but before March 2, 1723/4 date]

[NI28432] [Boston line]

[NI28433] [Boston line]

[XI28433] [Pine Grove Cemetery]

[XI28434] [Pine Grove Cemetery: Elizabeth Cobb (wife of Richard) 1803 October 27, aged 82]

[DI28450] [bef 1716]

[XI28472] [Center Cemetery]

[XI28473] [Center Cemetery]

[XI28474] [Center Cemetery]

[XI28475] [Center Cemetery]

[BI28483] ["-------28, 1707"]

[NI28506] [see Taunton line for ancestors and descendants]

[DI28506] ["Drake": 17 March 1767, widow Bethiah Derby sells property to a son]

[XI28523] [prob. in Sunderland but gravestone likely destroyed]

[DI28527] [1760? see issue with epitaph and age at death]

[DI28532] [1774-75, per sister's written correspondence]

[DI28534] ["Havana expedition"]

[NI28546] [likely son of Nathaniel Jackson and Ruth Jenney]

[NI28549] [3 wives, with second wife recorded as Mary Chipman (dau. of cousin John Chipman) 10-31-1751]

[XI28564] [Wequetequock Burial Ground]

[DI28588] [when named in his father's will]

[BI28620] [date per gravestone record]

[DI28620] [date per gravestone record]

[XI28620] [Vine Hill Cem.]

[NI28621] [1900 census: as aged 10 with Dec 1889 as birth (and a brother with Dec 1887 birth)]
[1930 census:
56 Russell J Cobb  43, Head, M, W, Md, @25y, Massachusetts, Massachusetts, Canada English, carpenter, house building
57 Laura I Cobb 39, Wife, F, W, Md, @21y, Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, none
58 Dorothy M Cobb  14, daughter, F, W, S, Massachusetts, Massachusetts, Connecticut, none
59 George E Cobb  13, son, M, W, S,  Massachusetts, Massachusetts, Connecticut, none
60 Marjorie F Cobb  8, daughter, F, W, S,  Massachusetts, Massachusetts, Connecticut, none]

[BI28621] [gravestone record: 1887]

[DI28621] [gravestone record: 1971]

[BI28622] [date per gravestone record]

[DI28622] [date per gravestone record]

[BI28623] [gravestone record]

[DI28623] [gravestone record]

[BI28624] [gravestone record]

[DI28624] [gravestone record, month & day not legible]

[DI28625] [gravestone record (best approximation); aged 3 years]

[XI28625] [Vine Hill Cem./Oak Grove Cem. (off Summer St.) in a Holbrook lot]

[BI28642] [twin]

[DI28642] [died in infancy]

[BI28643] [twin]

[NI28649] [Guardian of Thankful Cobb when her mother died, and moving to VT]

[DI28650] [no date of death given, last child b. in 1758, no ref. to whether residing in VT in 1771]

[NI28655] [Some descendant Cushman data also found at http://homepage.mac.com/cushgen/Descendants/fh01/fh01_265.htm#P3710F2644]

[NI28693] http://genweb.net/cgi-bin/igmget.cgi/n=Moses-Cleveland?I01903 -
Of Charlestown, Massachusetts1629, ( probably brother of Abraham of London, England and Charlestown ) estate owner, the first representative in Massachusetts General Court from Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts, settled in Stonington, Connecticut 1653, , purchased 1200 acres, died at Stonington, Nov. 10, 1661, married 2nd about 1632, Rebeca Short who came to America 1632 and was a member of the church of Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts.

ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS TO AUSTIN'S GENEALOGICAL DIC. OF R.I.

[BI28736] [Date likely incorrect (should be earlier) if mother's date of death was correct]

[DI28752] [probable]

[XI28752] [unmarked grave]

[NI28768] [no children by either of two wives]

[DI28778] [while as an apprentice at the "hatter's trade"]

[DI28866] he drowned on that date.

[NI28870] [See Boston line for ancestors and descendants of this family]

[NI28871] [See the Boston line for the descendants of this family]

[NI28874] [See Boston (Mass.) line for her ancestors]

[BI28936] [possibly of Joseph and Elizabeth]

[NI28942] [He was in three marriages]

[BI28942] [Was Yarmouth (now Brewster)]

[XI28942] then Harwich, [now as in Brewster at the Old Burial Ground]

[DI28980] [place not given]

[DI28981] [place not given]

[BI28990] [as 1808 but date questionable since a record has parents marrying in 1812]

[BI28993] [bef 1820, as a daughter in family in 1820 census]

[BI28994] [date questionable as only one son enumerated in 1820 unless Noah b. 1814 is an error in date of birth or as a son]

[NI29006] [see Memoir at http://www.namanu.com/texts/Cobb.shtml and biography at http://www.namanu.com/history/samuelcobb.shtml]

[DI29015] [while in service in officers' training camp for WW1]

[XI29026] [gravestone in Walnut Hill Cemetery]

[XI29030] ["on the homestead" at Green Hill (Barrington)]

[BI29071] [His birth by a family record also indicated as 24 Oct. 1700 (likely for New Style) and 6 Sept. 1700 (N.H. V. R.)]

[DI29073] [unmarried]

[NI29096] [A son? TAYLOR, John, Jr. & Mary COBB, May 16, 1745 per Congregational Church, Chatham, Connecticut, Early Marriage Records - 1800]

[DI29097] [Church Record]

[BI29101] [unrecorded but best "fits" as a daughter (details provided in book)]

[XI29110] [or the one buried 3-31-168_]

[XI29112] [Chatham Center Cemetery]

[NI29113] [Family name as "Nutt" but she was also recorded as "Nutter" in marriage and gravestone record]

[BI29113] [calculated by age][Birthplace per Chatham NH deaths; also as Burton, NH]

[DI29113] [town record]

[NI29115] [Chatham, NH deaths (record for his daughter Clarissa)]

[BI29134] [1807 per census data in 1850 (1797?)]

[XI29134] [Chatham Center Cemetery]

[XI29136] [Chatham Center Cemetery]

[NI29156] [marriage record has both surnames, Brown & Gleason]

[NI29160] [Date of birth does not match any Lanson or Alanson Cobb and no other Hanson Cobb found. Is he the Nelson Cobb who had children born in Sandwich? This is a good supposition but names of children did not follow naming parents' names pattern]

[see posting by Betsey J. Patterson, Sept. 20, 1999 at http://genforum.genealogy.com/cgi-bin/pageload.cgi?Alanson::cobb::1737.html]

[NI29161] [see posting by Betsey J. Patterson, June 17, 1799 at http://genforum.genealogy.com/cobb/messages/1264.html]

[DI29168] [aged 23 y.]

[DI29184] [at sea, "not seen after leaving on a voyage", in 1800]

[DI29195] ["Saco Valley" has her death as 6 Jun 1727 but Barnstable record has childrens' births through 1748]

[BI29197] ["Saco Valley" has 28 Feb. 1727 and 28 Feb. 1727/8 per Barnstable record]

[DI29199] [d. during the war, residing last in Rocky Hill, Connecticut per Greene, Richard Henry: "Greene (Green) family of Plymouth Colony", 1909, p. 16 footnote; (to verify)]

[DI29208] [before 1775 or between 1775 and 1779 since his second marriage was 1776 or 1780]

[NI29211] [ outlining tree of Cari Lewis Hager]

[DI29211] [or died in Tuscaloosa County, Alabama?]

[XI29211] [Verona Cem.]

[BI29214] [Date also listed as 1792]

[NI29215]

[some life data needs extra verification but probable to be correct]

[BI29221] [Listed as a twin to Deborah in one listing or as twin to Betty]

[BI29222] [Date 6 Sep 1792 from elsewhere but "b. ca. 1802 per genealogy, ...Andrew Ford of Weymouth, Massachusetts ...]

[BI29223] [R. Deane: 1793]

[BI29224] [R. Deane: 1790]

[BI29225] [1799? d. at age 24?][born in 1799 in Irvine, Estill, KY?]

[BI29227] [R. Deane: 1799]

[BI29228] [R. Deane: 1803]

[BI29229] [R. Deane: 1806]

[BI29230] [R. Deane: 1808]

[NI29274] [marriage record]

[BI29275] [Date also found as 1776; if so she may be daughter of his first wife and not the second wifre]

[BI29300] [Duxbury record has birth as Sept. 6, 1785 under Winsor name "[w. Clark]" without specifyinmg if gravestone record but Duxbury Births has a different year]

[DI29300] [Kingston: a. 43; Duxbury: a. 45 (church record)]

[XI29300] [Evergreen Cemetery]

[BI29307] [gravestone record]

[DI29307] [gravestone record]

[XI29307] [Ingomar Cemetery]

[BI29308] [gravestone record]

[DI29308] [gravestone record]

[XI29308] [Ingomar Cemetery]

[DI29311] [gravestone record]

[XI29311] [Ingomar Cemetery: Aged 1 year / 11 mos & 5 days / Sleep On Sweet Sleepeth / Until The Resurrection Morn]

[BI29364] [Date also found as 1809]

[BI29365] [Date also found as abt 1811; died as infant]

[BI29368] [A posting lists his birth in Fayette Co., AL but previously stated family was in Greenville Co., SC through 1820]

[DI29370] [unmarried]

[NI29372] [Some information on this family from an email of Marcella Martin, Dec. 8, 2008]

[XI29372] [Pleasant Grove Ch Cem.]

[NI29398] [Note: could name be BREAZEALE, same as her brother's wife's name?]

[NI29399] [One record has same John Cobb (son of Henry Cobb) married to Jane Bracken with children born 1788 - 1801. Another record (posted) has same John Cobb (son of Henry Cobb) married to a Phoebe ___; having children 1780 - 1792, which conflicts with this family]
[His descendant line (if it is proved) needs further verification as originally he was indicated to have married a Jane Bracken but that appears to be another John Cobb (see above). He is also found to have married a Phoebe (LNU) b. abt 1755 with Noah Cobb (b. 1781 or 1782) as a son, who married Ph(o)ebe Lovelace with 10 children. That Noah Cobb also has conflicting family data. However, also find Noah Cobb of Pendleton Co. S.C., b. 1782 N.C., married to Nancy Mize, b. 1791 S.C. (2 children or more)]

[BI29399] [not recorded by Isaac Cobb]

[DI29399] [Date also indicated as after 1801 but if inventory dated in 1793, death before 5 July 1793]

[NI29400] [marriage record (North Carolina Marriage Bonds 1741-1868)]

[BI29402] [Found as 1790 and 1792 - date given as January 24, 1772 (meant to be 1792 per followup) per Virginia (Ginger) Marie Jones in a posting to in August 2008]

[NI29403] [Per will of her father (1838?)]

[NI29404] [Posting has him married to Martha Nunnally who has also been found as married to Henry Cobb (b. 1774, son of Noah Cobb)]
[Need verification which Henry Cobb had marriage to her! but not making change yet]

[NI29406] [marriage bonds record (North Carolina Marriage Bonds 1741-1868)]

[BI29431] ["on the 80 acre farm called, "Cobb Plantation" at Edgewood"]

[NI29432] [they had 10 children]

[BI29435] [This date is one year before the marriage date of her parents - Nov. 9, 1812; should it be 1812 or 1813?]

[DI29439] [8 Oct 1887 or 1897]

[NI29448] [He was b. 1782 in North Carolina per the 1850 census of Anderson County, S.C. He is living close to a Henry Cobb as well as a John Cobb and his son-in-law, James C. Broom, all of Anderson County, S.C.]
[NOTE: Conflicting (unverified) data by various postings shows two Noah Cobb with children by two different wives. He is also found to have been born in 1781 or 1788, married Phoebe Lovelace (second wife with only one child and had no children by Nancy Walker and had a third marriage to Jane Dill (having two sons). Same finds his father listed as John Cobb and Jane Bracken, which would not be given the date of that marriage unless another earlier John Cobb who married a different Jane Bracken]
[Also have at least six children but if through last two wives, then who was which child's mother needs to be verified.]
[One website places William Cobb, b. May 1822, as a son of Noah and Nancy (Walker) Cobb; William Cobb m. Matilda C E Powers in Missouri (and not Lucinda LNU as found before)]
[George William Cobb as a son of Noah & Nancy Cobb, b. bef 7/1826, appears to be George Washington Cobb with similar in date of birth but son of Noah & Phoebe Cobb and has different wife]

[NI29449] [As 1801 or Jan 19 1802]

[NI29452] [Cobb Genforum: posted by: LaMarr Brooks]

[BI29452] [born in So. Carolina per census]

[BI29454] [aged 2/12 in 1860 and as age 10 in 1870]

[NI29468] [Not listed in 1910 census]

[BI29481] [calculated]

[DI29481] [Mass. Archives: 1893, Vol. 437, Middleborough Deaths, p. 644, #91]

[BI29491] [note: also found as 1886 but evidently incorrect and as February 01, 1885 by  R. Deane]

[DI29491] [R. Deane's website has date as 17 Feb 1974 but Kentucky Death Records 1900 - 1999 (State Record) has date as 22 February 1973 as follows:
Name: Cobb, Minerva
Death Date: 22 February 1973    [- 85 = 1888]
Place of Death: Laurel, Kentucky
Age: 85
Residence: Laurel, Kentucky    
State Volume: 15, Office Volume: 73, Certificate: 07043]

[DI29529] [in his 65th year]

[XI29529] [The Ancient Cemetery at Yarmouth Village]

[XI29530] [The Ancient Cemetery at Yarmouth Village]

[NI29531] [SThere must be definite connections of Indian blood in both the Greenough and Studley families.T]

[DI29542] [Probably deceased in Civil War in 1864]

[NI29544] [Possibly deceased in Civil War under widow pension of John B. Cobb]

[BI29550] [Prince William County?; date also listed as 1804, No. Carolina in a posting]

[BI29587] [as Feb. 1682 but more likely 1692/1693 due to correction & previous birth in family]

[NI29618] [widow]

[NI29627] [not verified by birth record but living in house next to parents (Joshua R. & Mary Cobb) in 1920]

[NI29640] [Birth per census puts him born before parents' marraige and with his mother about 15 years old.]

[DI29661] [New Gloucester?]

[NI29674] [See Unlinked; was his spouse Olive ___, and son James L., b. abt 1830 in RI?]

[DI29707] [Winslow: 4/5/1745]

[NI29708] [He is in the Winslow line of a Winslow connecting to a Boston-line Cobb]

[BI29717] [Date per 1900 census; parents born in Nova Scotia]

[XI29717] [Ancient Cemetery]

[NI29718] [Two different records have different birth years and different spouses, cemetery record not having her middle name for one version]

[BI29718] [gravestone has 1875 dayte with 1st husband]

[XI29718] [Ancient Cemetery]

[DI29770] [bef 7-1721]

[NI29775] [She may be the Rebecca Winslow, b. at 1691 who married John Wing and had 4 children by him and not the same that married here]

[XI29781] [Walnut Grove Cemetery]

[NI29802] [Marriage and death per email of Walter Barnard]

[NI29815] [Miriam had one daughter, (still living) [2007]]

[NI29816] [Frederic had one daughter (still living) [2007]]

[NI29826] [Is the William Crocker b. 1730 actually one born abt 1720 (and had different parentage) who married Hannah Baker first in 1743 (last child in 1749) and if so, then married second Lydia Knowles in 1753 and third, Mary Cobb in 1764? Date of death in 1819 also found for the William Crocker who married Hannah Baker]

[BI29830] [Eastham/Orleans]

[NI29840] ["Samuel Rogers (otherwise baptised James and soe to be Called april 1680) * the sonne of James Rogers was borne the 30 day of october 1673" (*in same hand but different ink)

[DI29878] [headstone record (Chatham)]

[NI29885] [widow of Gideon Mayo]

[DI29891] [unmarried]

[XI29925] [Old Cemetery at Chequesset Neck]

[BI29931] [1665 date seen]

[BI29940] [from age at death (74-1-15), gravestone]

[BI30020] [Date provided as only 1828 but unless a twin, a sister was born 12 March 1828 after him (in listing of children) and brother in 1825 before his birth.]

[DI30046] [gravestone records]

[XI30046] [Woodlawn Cemetery]

[NI30059] [Probably same in Revolutionary War service in 1780 for Deerfield, Franklin Co., Mass.]

[BI30074] [Gravestone transcription]

[DI30074] [Gravestone transcription]

[XI30074] [Growstown Cemetery]

[BI30075] [Gravestone transcription]

[DI30075] [Gravestone transcription]

[XI30075] [Growstown Cemetery]

[BI30076] [Gravestone transcription]

[DI30076] [Gravestone transcription]

[XI30076] [Growstown Cemetery]

[BI30077] [Gravestone transcription]

[DI30077] [Gravestone transcription]

[XI30077] [Growstown Cemetery]

[BI30078] [Gravestone transcription]

[DI30078] [Gravestone transcription]

[XI30078] [Growstown Cemetery]

[NI30080] --------------------------

[XI30080] [in Dutch Neck Cemetery, beside her husband Kenneth, in the spring]

[DI30082] [Harding: 8/21/1821]

[XI30083] [Growstown Cemetery]

[XI30084] [Growstown Cemetery]

[XI30085] [Growstown Cemetery]

[XI30086] [Growstown Cemetery]

[XI30088] [Growstown Cemetery]

[XI30089] [Growstown Cemetery]

[XI30090] [Growstown Cemetery]

[XI30091] [Growstown Cemetery]

[XI30092] [Growstown Cemetery]

[DI30093] [Gravestone transcription]

[XI30093] [Growstown Cemetery]

[DI30094] [Gravestone transcription]

[XI30094] [Growstown Cemetery]

[DI30095] [Gravestone transcription]

[XI30095] [Growstown Cemetery]

[DI30096] [Gravestone transcription]

[XI30096] [Growstown Cemetery]

[DI30097] [Gravestone transcription]

[XI30097] [Growstown Cemetery]

[DI30098] [Year 1849 on gravestone transcription]

[XI30098] [Growstown Cemetery]

[DI30099] [Year 1842 on gravestone transcription]

[XI30099] [Growstown Cemetery]

[BI30100] [abt 1827 per age at death per gs - possible but not likely (mother aged 46 if date of birth correct per her age at death]

[DI30100] [Gravestone transcription]

[XI30100] [Growstown Cemetery]

[DI30101] [Gravestone transcription]

[XI30101] [Growstown Cemetery]

[DI30102] [Growstown Cemetery]

[XI30102] [Growstown Cemetery]

[DI30103] [Gravestone transcription]

[XI30103] [Growstown Cemetery]

[BI30104] [Gravestone transcription]

[DI30104] [Gravestone transcription]

[XI30104] [Growstown Cemetery]

[BI30105] [Gravestone transcription]

[DI30105] [Gravestone transcription]

[XI30105] [Growstown Cemetery]

[BI30106] [Gravestone transcription]

[DI30106] [Gravestone transcription]

[XI30106] [Growstown Cemetery]

[BI30107] [Gravestone transcription]

[DI30107] [Gravestone transcription]

[XI30107] [Growstown Cemetery]

[BI30108] [Gravestone transcription which has questionable dating]

[XI30108] [Growstown Cemetery]

[BI30109] [Gravestone transcription]

[DI30109] [Gravestone transcription]

[XI30109] [Growstown Cemetery]

[BI30110] [Gravestone transcription]

[DI30110] [Gravestone transcription]

[XI30110] [Growstown Cemetery]

[DI30112] [Gravestone transcription]

[XI30112] [Growstown Cemetery]

[DI30113] [Gravestone transcription]

[XI30113] [Growstown Cemetery]

[BI30120] [Gravestone transcription]

[DI30120] [Gravestone transcription]

[XI30120] [Growstown Cemetery]

[BI30121] [Gravestone transcription]

[DI30121] [Gravestone transcription]

[XI30121] [Growstown Cemetery]

[DI30122] [Gravestone transcription]

[XI30122] [Growstown Cemetery]

[DI30123] [Gravestone transcription]

[XI30123] [Growstown Cemetery]

[DI30124] [Gravestone transcription]

[XI30124] [Growstown Cemetery]

[DI30125] [Gravestone transcription]

[XI30125] [Growstown Cemetery]

[BI30126] [calculated]

[DI30126] [Gravestone transcription]

[XI30126] [Growstown Cemetery]

[BI30127] [Gravestone transcription]

[DI30127] [Gravestone transcription]

[XI30127] [Growstown Cemetery]

[BI30129] [Gravestone transcription]

[DI30129] [Gravestone transcription]

[XI30129] [Growstown Cemetery]

[DI30130] [Gravestone transcription]

[XI30130] [Growstown Cemetery]

[DI30131] [Gravestone transcription]

[XI30131] [Growstown Cemetery]

[BI30132] [Gravestone transcription]

[DI30132] [Gravestone transcription]

[XI30132] [Growstown Cemetery]

[DI30134] [Gravestone transcription]

[XI30134] [Growstown Cemetery]

[DI30135] [Gravestone transcription]

[XI30135] [Growstown Cemetery]

[DI30136] [Gravestone transcription]

[XI30136] [Growstown Cemetery]

[DI30137] [Gravestone transcription]

[XI30137] [Growstown Cemetery]

[BI30150] ["son of Dea. Abner & Marcy"; Gravestone transcription] ]

[DI30150] [Gravestone transcription]

[XI30150] [Growstown Cemetery]

[BI30151] [Gravestone transcription]

[DI30151] [Gravestone transcription]

[XI30151] [Growstown Cemetery]

[BI30152] [Gravestone transcription]

[DI30152] [Gravestone transcription]

[XI30152] [Melcher Monument at Growstown Cemetery]

[BI30160] [ As 17 Aug 1846 by gs?]

[DI30160] [As 17 Aug 1846 by gs?]

[XI30160] [Penley Corner Cemetery (then in Danville, Maine, now in Auburn]

[BI30161] [Also as 5 May 1856 (?)]

[DI30161] [gravestone record; but also found as death on 27 Aug 1857 with birth as 5 May 1856]

[XI30161] [Penley Corner Cemetery (then in Danville, Maine, now in Auburn]

[XI30162] [So. Otisfield Cemetery]

[NI30171] [Burial: Cushing Cemetery]

[NI30173] [died young]

[NI30174] [died young]

[She died young per one genealogy but may have been another earlier child named Lydia Howland but as a later child was born 1807, that child would not be the wife of Aikens with a marriage of 1822. If the The Aikens monograph is correct, whereas the date of birth there can not be verified.]

[BI30174] [As 22 Jun 1795 but was it as 22 Jun 1796?]

[NI30175] [Burial: Cushing Cemetery]

[XI30191] [Gray Village Cemetery]

[DI30196] ["between 25 May 1641 (date of will) and 31 July 1641 (date of inventory)." (https://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=34787810)]

[XI30196] [Men of Kent Cemetery]

[BI30208] [birth less than 9 months from parents' intentions to marry]

[DI30223] [8 m & 3 d (gs)]

[NI30237]

[DI30239] [Date also seen as 7 Sep 1846]

[NI30240] [Alden lineage]

[BI30241] [last child of nine born in this family]

[XI30248] [Swan Point Cemetery]

[NI30249] [Cemetery's database]

[XI30249] [Swan Point Cemetery]

[XI30253] [Old North Cemetery]

[XI30254] [Old North Cemetery]

[NI30255] [He was a selectman of Truro in 1864]
[ The original store building in which the post office is kept was erected in 1856 by A. C. Small, who in 1857 began trade in groceries, continuing until 1881, when his daughter, Lillian J. Small, commenced in dry goods, drugs and fancy articles.]

[DI30255] [As Abram Smal so unknown if same person]

[XI30255] [Truro Methodist Cemetery]

[BI30261] [Census has Dec. 1889 and aged 10 but next child borrn June 1890 (aged 9 or 10)]

[NI30282] [Not listed in 23 Jul 1870 census with family]

[NI30283] [Not listed in 23 Jul 1870 census with family]

[NI30286] [Not listed with family in 23 Jul 1870 census, deceased or listed elsewhere]

[BI30345] [son of Edmund?]

[DI30352] [after 1692?]

[NI30388] [Was he the Nathaniel Davis who married Lucy Cobb in Boston abt 1802?]

[NI30414] [A Patience Annable was born 15 May 1705 by Samuel and Patience ( ) Annable, but would be about 15 at marriage if same]

[NI30434] [!Davis Cobb of the Barnstable branch, son of Samuel, born 1803 and bapt. 1806.
Isaac Cobb's Cobb Genealogy had listed his marriage (8-16-1841 of Davis Cobb to Ellen M. Lewis of Barnstable (Vol. 1, p. 279) but evidently it was the wrong person. Isaac Cobb stated that with marriage in 1841 "He died soon after marriage. No children." However, Chatham, MA record has birth of child there in 1845 for "Davis Cobb & Ellin M. his Wife". That Davis Cobb was a different person from the above son of Samuel and this Davis Cobb lived after having 10 children.

[!Not the same Davis Cobb who married Ellen Lewis since the Davis Cobb who married Serena Luther in Rehoboth had children whose names show the connection. Furthermore the Davis Cobb who married Ellen Lewis was born 15 years after the one as a son of Samuel Cobb. !!Note: with marriage to Serena Luther, they had 10 children including a son named Samuel Davis Cobb in 1830 and a daughter named Abby Isham Cobb in 1834. Whereas his father was Samuel Cobb and we have a variation of Davis Cobb's mother's name (Abigail (Nabby) Isham). It is too coincidental if he did not marry Serena Luther and not had a marriage to Ellen Lewis (as recorded by Isaac Cobb and Chatham record) so that marriage was not correct. Based on the names of the children of Davis Cobb of Rehoboth, he would be the son of Samuel & Nabby (Isham) Cobb. Serena Luther died in 1854 (in Pennsylvania?).]

[In 1845-1848, another Davis Cobb was pastor of the Baptist Church in Chatham, Mass., and his recorded child was born in 1845 in Chatham. Therefore Isaac Cobb's recorded is in error since he identified a different Davis Cobb's marriage  from the one who married in Rehoboth (p. 588, (Rehoboth record and 1890 book of http://www.capecodhistory.us/Deyo/Chatham-Deyo.htm)]

[Baptist Church Cemetery in Barnstable, MA has a Davis Cobb, age 29, buried there with a date of death of 2/12/1848 buried with a daughter of Davis & Ellen M.]

[There was a Davis Cobb who married Phoebe and had a son born in 1862 in Providence. Another Davis Cobb "of Columbia Township, Bradford co., Pa." whose daughter Lucy Ann married in 1849, Delavan Wentworth, and she died 13 July 1861 in PA. Note that Serena (Luther) Cobb died in Penn.(PA)]

[XI30435] Columbia Cross Roads

[DI30441] Killed in a railroad accident.

[DI30462] [http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ma/barnstable/obits/obi1842b.txt - Transcribed by Mercier, Jane "Newspaper Obituaries from the Yarmouth Register 1841-1846" - issue of October 20, 1842 - In Hyannis, October 6th, William L., son of Davis and Ellen M. COBB, aged 5 months and 9 days.]

[BI30466] [twin to Ezra C. Cobb? Barnstable cemetery has Eva B. Cobb born same date as Ezra C. Cobb (recorded) but she was not recorded by Isaac Cobb's Genealogy. Was there an error in the name so Ezra C. Cobb should be Eva B. Cobb?]

[DI30466] [Aged 23-11-21]

[BI30468] [1872 by cem. inscription]

[XI30469] [Cummaquid Cemetery]

[DI30477] [Sept. 21?]

[DI30478] [at sea, coming home after an expedition from the West Indies (one of 495 men who did not survive the war)]

[DI30480] [gravestone inscription]

[DI30481] [gravestone inscription]

[BI30486] [Date also noted as "other say January 23, 1639" and chart in book has date as 6-23-1639]

[DI30532] [Also referred as Chapin's Farm and as Fort Harrison, a Civil War battle September 29-30, 1864]

[BI30534] [gravestone record]

[DI30534] [gravestone record]

[XI30534] [Richmond Cemetery]

[XI30536] [Eaton Village Cemetery]

[BI30537] [She was the second of 11 children who were born in Bridgewater, MA and Eaton, NY]

[XI30561] [Riverview Cemetery]

[XI30562] [Riverview Cemetery]

[XI30563] [Riverview Cemetery]

[XI30565] [Riverside Cemetery]

[XI30567] [Sandy Creek Cemetery]

[XI30568] [Sandy Creek Cemetery]

[XI30569] [Riverside Cemetery]

[XI30575] [Sandy Creek Cemetery]

[DI30620] [In Bolsters Mills section]

[DI30621] [In Scribner's Mills section]

[XI30643] [Riverside Cemetery]

[DI30644] [He was not enumerated on the 1850 census with the family]

[XI30645] [Riverside Cemetery]

[NI30649] [adopted, original surname not known]

[Adopted before 1860]

[XI30652] [Riverview Cemetery]

[DI30655] [She was not in the census with her spouse (either deceased or not living together?)]

[XI30661] [Records Of Cemetery At Thomastown Cemetery]

[DI30662] [aged 8 yrs., 11 mos., dau. of Samuel & Lydia]

[XI30662] [Records Of Cemetery At Thomastown]

[NI30679] [She was mentioned in the will of her father as "wife of Ensign Joshua Smith".]

[DI30692] [28 March 1846 per "History of Durham, Maine" (transcription error?)]

[XI30698] [Lakenham Cemetery]

[DI30703] [at sea]

[BI30714] [abt. 1822 per "Robbins" which puts her about 14 years old when married]

[BI30715] [As Fear C. Robbins in "Robbins" but name on gravestone record has Fear Cobb Robbins]

[DI30715] [gravestone record]

[XI30715] [Mt. Vernon Cemetery (5-18-2008/9205-06)]

[DI30716] [gravestone record]

[XI30716] [Mt. Vernon Cemetery]

[XI30718] [Oak Grove Cemetery]

[BI30735] [gravestone record has year 1844; "Robbins" gives "c. 1844"]

[DI30735] [gravestone record]

[XI30735] [Mt. Vernon Cemetery: 1844-1929 & wife (5-18-2008/9208)]

[DI30746] [She died of typhoid fever, same as (and two months after) her last child]

[BI30748] [1870: aged 6; abt 1865 by 1880 census]

[NI30750] [Likely deceased before 1880 when family census was done in Boston]

[Likely deceased before 1880 when family census was done in Boston per email as he is listed in 1879 census]

[BI30751] [Maryland or Mass.]

[DI30752] [Western Cemetery]

[BI30760] [Recorded in Roxbury, MA but possibly born in Brookline, MA (calculated: 25 May 1716 by age at death)]

[XI30878] [Pleasant Valley Cemetery]

[XI30880] [Pleasant Valley Cemetery]

[XI30881] [Pleasant Valley Cemetery]

[XI30882] [Pleasant Valley Cemetery]

[XI30883] [Pleasant Valley Cemetery]

[XI30884] [Pleasant Valley Cemetery]

[NI30900] [Eyes, ears, nose & throat doctor]

[NI30916] [Imogene? Holmes]

[NI30927] [as an actor in NYC, NY]

[XI30930] [Pleasant Valley Cemetery]

[DI30932] [Soldiers' Home]

[NI30935] [died in infancy]

[NI30936] [died in infancy]

[NI30937] [died in infancy]

[XI30946] [North Settlement Cemetery; aged 73y]

[NI30948] [Cobb ancestry from Taunton (MA) line]

[BI30948] [Date as 17 Feb 1870 (Fayette Co., IA?) per Fayette record (source) but as 13 Sep 1870 from Sinnett by contemporary records]

[NI30951] [Descent from Barnstable, MA line of Cobb family, married a descendant of Taunton line]

[NI30964] [Child of Sylvester Cobb & Jemima Warren]

[BI30964] "Certificate of Death, State of Iowa" for Nancy Cobb House [dated Feb. 11, 1977 with seal (from copy from BH] gives "Lenord" Cobb's birth as "New York"

[BI30965] "Certificate of Death, State of Iowa" for Nancy Cobb House [dated Feb. 11, 1977 with seal (from copy from BH] gives her "mother's birth as "Scottland or Loltland"

[BI30966] "Family Group Sheet #8-9"  [BH:12-20-1976] and "Certificate of Death, State of Iowa" [dated Feb. 11, 1977 with seal (from copy from BH].

[DI30966] "Family Group Sheet #8-9"  [BH:12-20-1976] and "Certificate of Death, State of Iowa" [dated Feb. 11, 1977 with seal (from copy from BH].

[XI30966] "Family Group Sheet #8-9"  [BH:12-20-1976] and "Certificate of Death, State of Iowa" [dated Feb. 11, 1977 with seal (from copy from BH]].

[NI30967] Census records, Civil War record, marriage record, death record, cemetery record and "Portrait & Album of Fayette Co., Iowa" used as source for "Family Group Sheet #8-9"  (Jeremiah House family) [BH:12-20-1976].

[DI30967] "Family Group Sheet #8-9"  [BH:12-20-1976]

[XI30967] "Family Group Sheet #8-9"  [BH:12-20-1976]

[XI30983] [Oakland Cemetery]

[XI31008] [Mountain View Cemetery]

[XI31009] [Mountain View Cemetery]

[BI31030] [Birth not listed in register of "Saco Valley Settlements and Families ..." Is Syrena a transcription error for Cyrus (or opposite applies?)]

[BI31032] [then as Spurwink, Cape Elizabeth]

[DI31044] [aged 1 mo.- record has "of Herbert A and Mabel E"]

[BI31046] [Vol.20, Births 1921-1930]

[BI31047] [Vol. 20, Births 1921-1930]

[DI31052] [gravestone record]

[XI31052] [Riverview Cemetery also called Cobb Cemetery]

[DI31053] [aged 15 days]

[XI31053] [Riverview Cemetery also called Cobb Cemetery]

[BI31055] [calculated]

[DI31055] [gravestone record]

[XI31055] [Riverview Cemetery also called Cobb Cemetery]

[BI31056] [calculated]

[DI31056] [gravestone record]

[XI31056] [Riverview Cemetery also called Cobb Cemetery]

[XI31057] [Evergreen Cemetery (stone almost illegible and with father's stone in area nearby)]

[XI31058] [Evergreen Cemetery; on monument side, with her parents on a different side]

[XI31059] [Evergreen Cemetery (separate stone, 2nd wife)]

[DI31073] [aged 1 month, s. of Seth (mother not named)]

[XI31087] [Westville Cemetery: on same stone as parents]

[NI31094] [A Mayflower line]

[NI31101] [Mayflower line through Zachariah Soule, grandson of George Soule]

[DI31106] [unmarried]

[DI31107] [unmarried]

[NI31119] [Lisha S. Holt posting at http://genforum.genealogy.com/cobb/messages/7541.html, 4/19/2007]

[DI31147] [aged 6 yr 2 mo]

[XI31147] [Union Cemetery: Block 10, Row 3]

[NI31148] [Wright? as couple (parents?) also buried with family in Cobb plot]

[XI31148] [Union Cemetery: Block 10, Row 3]

[XI31149] [no grave found]

[BI31170] [calculated by age at death (2y 10m)]

[BI31171] [By age at death (3 y) would be abt Sep 1845]

[BI31176] [1900 census date]

[DI31202] ["d. in infancy"]

[NI31221] [Named as Hiram in gravestone record but as Hyram in childrens' births in Athol records]



[Taunton VR (Vol. 3, Deaths, p. 27) has a Sally Barton, "wife of W[illia]m (formerly of Warren, R.I.), Oct. 31, 1824, a. 48." Was she his mother?]

[XI31221] [Mount Pleasant Cemetery: with 1809 date of birth]

[NI31235] [as named in births records of children]

[marriage record]

[She may be the Sybil Leland b. 1708 in Sherborn and another Sibbilla Leland b. there in 1739 so Sibbilla may probably the correct spelling; yet as Sabilla Lealand [Laland] of Sherborn in Holliston marr. record and as Sabila as well]

[Date of a marr. in 1732 makes the Sybil Leland b. 1708 seem likely]

[DI31237] [as "South Foxboro"]

[DI31238] [as "South Foxboro"]

[BI31244] [birth per 1900 census and aged 68]

[NI31248] [She married a John Cobb, but which not known yet.]

[BI31248] [Date from Halifax VR (p. 92, family); as Apr. 1805 (gravestone record: Hanson VR)]

[NI31249] ! from Chrisell Cronin posting to MAPLYMOU-L@rootsweb.com;  on Henrietta WADE MARSTON, 1800's Halifax, MA; Sun, 27 Sep 1998 !

[NI31270] [family Bible]

[DI31276] [Kentucky Death Records 1900 - 1999
Name: Jett Sr, Charles H
Death Date: 10 December 1948     Age: 65     
Place of Death: Boyle, Kentucky
Residence: Boyle, Kentucky
State Volume: 55, Office Volume: 48, Certificate: 27088]

[DI31285] [Kentucky Death Records 1900 - 1999
Name: Cobb, Richard
Death Date: 07 December 1974
Place of Death: Madison, Kentucky
Age: 84
Residence: Madison, Kentucky
State Volume: 66, Office Volume: 74, Certificate: 32654]

[DI31286] [Kentucky Death Records 1900 - 1999:
Name: Cobb, Mary J
Death Date: 24 January 1974     Age: 80    
Place of Death: Madison, Kentucky
Residence: Madison, Kentucky
State Volume: 04, Office Volume: 74, Certificate: 01529]

[BI31287] [1917 per enlistment record]

[BI31296] [Need to verify date as may be born 1896 if John M, Park: Death Date: 12 April 1977   Age: 81  and not the John M., Park: Death Date: 08 August 1934, Age: 53  (both died same county)]

[DI31296] [Kentucky Death Records 1900 - 1999
Name: Park, John M
Death Date: 08 August 1934, Age: 53             
Place of Death: Madison, Kentucky
Residence: Kentucky
State Volume: 42, Office Volume: 34, Certificate: 20674]

[BI31315] [St. Stephen's Parish]

[BI31317] [All Saint's Parish]

[DI31318] [St. Stephen's Parish]

[DI31320] [All Saint's Parish]

[BI31321] [All Saint's Parish]

[BI31322] [All Saint's Parish]

[BI31324] [Hampshire Co, West Virginia (made in 1753 from Frederick Co., VA)]

[BI31332] [b. Estill, KY in 1796?]

[BI31355] [Wales?]

[BI31382] [Per censuses, b. between 1838 and 1840]

[NI31384] (http://genforum.genealogy.com/my/  Vermont Genealogy Forum, #9376, September 07, 2002 by Ruth Malloy: Children of Nathaniel Kendall and Hannah Kiebling ---
"In my copy of the Kendall family pedigree, there is mention of five children of Nathaniel Kendall and Hannah Kiebling having died of spotted fever in 1811 at a farm outside of Derby, Vermont. Names of these children were Oren, Laura, Lucius, Madison, and Emily. There were twelve children in all. The others were Hannah (b.1790, m.Charles Carpenter), Olive (b.1792, m.Luther Eager), Isaac Newton (b. 1794, m.Harriet Corning), Sylvia (b.1796, m. Zenas C. Cobb), Samuel Stillman (b.1799, Emily Colby), Betsey (b.1801, m.Orville Daggett), and Caroline (b. 1814 m.William Blake). I have wondered about this event for many years. What is spotted fever? Where might these children be buried? Isaac Newton Kendall is my ancestor."]

[NI31403] [1860 census]

[NI31413] [Is this child James H. Cobb or a different child (not named with a burial record)?]

[DI31413] [gravestone record]

[DI31446] [1906?]

[BI31448] [Born 7/1853, aged 46, per 1900 census; as 28 in 1880 census; but online found as born 5 Jul 1852]

[BI31449] [Based on 1900 census]

[BI31466] [Bartholomew Co.?]

[BI31467] [German Twp., Bartholomew Co.?]

[BI31468] [German Twp., Bartholomew Co.?]

[BI31469] [German Twp., Bartholomew Co.?]

[NI31485] [Ione?]

[DI31486] [Helen Belva Kelley: Helen Belva (Cobb) (Sand) Kelley, 101 years old, died in her own home on Monday, December 27, 2010.]

[XI31486] [St. John's Cemetery]

[NI31502] [Is he the Charles W. Cobb of Winchester, Mass. who married on 9-1-1887, in Woburn, Mass., Theresa Cadigan of Woburn?]

[BI31507] [Information from Maine  Hist. Magazine,1898, p.1573: "Inscription from Grave Stones at North Bucksport, Maine"]

[DI31507] [Information from Maine  Hist. Magazine,1898, p.1573: "Inscription from Grave Stones at North Bucksport, Maine", "killed at Orrington by a 36 pound cannon Ball"]

[BI31514] [1893, Barnstable birth record]

[BI31518] [Mass. Archives, Births, Vol. 532, p. 1]

[NI31521] [census]

[BI31525] [Pendleton district?]

[NI31533] [James Armstrong?]

[NI31534]

[Duplicate family with Henry Cobb having different parents from the other family.]

[NI31536] [Note: conflict found as he was either he was son of Noah, grandson of John, great grandson of Henry or he was son of Noah, grandson of Noah, great grandson of Henry]
[Duplicate family with George William Cobb having different parents from the other family.]

[BI31536] [date also found as 1824, but in 1850 listed as aged 24]

[DI31545] [estimated based on second marriage of James S. Cobb]

[NI31572] [Duplicate family (his wife Phebe & daughter Nancy Ann Cobb) with John Cobb having different parents from the other family.]

[XI31589] [North Orville Cemetery]

[XI31590] [Holtshire Cemetery]

[NI31609] [or Jane?]

[BI31627] [1797 or 1798 per "Newton Genealogy" (p. 341) under Anson Newton family]

[NI31637] [Butterworth or Metcalf?]

[XI31642] [or the one buried 3-31-168_]

[DI31660] [or 24 Dec 1884]

[XI31660] [Pleasant View Cemetery]

[NI31664] [Have a death date of 7 Mar 1891 (no note or source) but she was not alive in 1870 census as George Cobb was listed as widowed with an older female (Cobb, Lucy W., 60) keeping house]

[DI31665] [gravestone record]

[XI31665] [Pleasant View Cemetery]

[DI31666] [gravestone record]

[XI31666] [Pleasant View Cemetery]

[XI31670] [Pleasant View Cemetery]

[BI31673] [Per censuses, abt 1825/1826]

[BI31696] [As 2/29/1665]

[XI31696] [graveyard, (formerly Chatham, formerly East Middleton, CT)]

[XI31701] [East Wilton Cemetery]

[XI31702] [East Wilton Cemetery]

[NI31703] [gravestone record (son or grandson of Levi Cobb?)]

[BI31703] [calculated]

[XI31703] [East Wilton Cemetery]

[BI31710] [Canada (Scotch); with parents born in Scotland]

[DI31730] [Alive in 1784 but no further record after 1784 (Monroe)]

[XI31736] [Burial Hill]

[DI31764] [Lowell VR, Deaths: Cobb, Vol. 4, Page 61]

[NI31771] [His sons all became associated with hotel-keeping]

[NI31772] [Baptist preacher]

[NI31786] [Carver's 1860 census has Allen S. Cobb, aged 45 (b. 1815) with spouse Lavinia, aged 25; Middleboro had an Allen Cobb b. 1815 with two wives (second marriage in 1852). No other Allen Cobb listed in Plymouth Co. in 1860]

[BI31789] [also have record for same date but in 1783 besides entry as 1784]

[DI31790] [Middleboro Deaths (card index) 1853 - 1903, A - Y; Town Clerk]

[DI31855] [on his way home to Concord from Ticonderoga, being a chaplain in the Continental Army]

[XI31884] [McIntosh Cemetery: Elias H. Cobb, age 9y]

[BI31921] [Month & year from census; year also on gravestone]

[DI31921] [Date on gravestone]

[XI31921] [Found in a cemetery in Sharon near boundary with Canton, MA: COBB    "Mary C. Decker 1854 - 1901 wife of Edmond M. Cobb 1846 - 1915"]

[NI31951] [census]

[XI31954] [Randolph Center Cemetery]

[NI31955] [gravestone]

[DI31955] [Gravestone record has July 8, 1861 (mis-read or transcription error?) but 8 July 1864 per "Converse Genealogy" and age of record does does not match year of death]

[XI31955] [Randolph Center Cemetery: Fannela P. wife of Alfred Converse Born Apr. 1, 1801 Died July 8, 1861,Age 63 years.][Date of death should read 1864 not 1861]

[XI31956] [Randolph Center Cemetery; Stone: Mary E. Wife of Joseph G. Converse]

[NI31994] [
Edmund Cobb  (Real name: Edmund Fessenden Cobb)    1892 - 1974    -------
Edmund Cobb came to Hollywood around 1910, and did bit parts and supporting roles in various silent films.  He even starred for Arrow Pictures and Universal in some silent westerns during the 1920s.
Cobb is best remembered for scores of roles in westerns and serials during the 1930s - 1950s, where he generally portrayed a henchman or a lawman.  He also did lots of other film work, and can be seen in minor role ...
Edmund Fessenden Cobb was born June 23, 1892, in Albuquerque, New Mexico, to William Henry Cobb and his wife, Edwinna (Eddie) Ross. Edmund F. Cobb's grandfather, Edmund Gibson Ross, served as Governor of the Territory of New Mexico (1885-1889) ...

Edmund Fessenden Cobb's first wife was Helen M. Hayes, daughter of Charles T. Hayes and Martha B. Marshall. Helen was born June 1893, in Tennessee, and died of tuberculosis about 1932 when her daughter, Eddie, was about 17 years old. Edmund and Helen had married about 1914 and had one daughter, Eddie Marie Cobb, who was born in Illinois in 1915. Edmund and Helen appeared in at least two movies together, A RODEO MIXUP and RIDERS OF THE RANGE.
....
Vivian, Edmund F. Cobb's second wife, was born in Wisconsin, January 16, 1894, and died at the Motion Picture and Television Hospital, July 26, 1974. Edmund F. Cobb died there as well, barely three weeks later on August 15, 1974.]

[DI31994] [Motion Picture and Television Hospital]

[XI31994] [Valhalla Memorial Park Cemetery, aka Pierce Brothers Valhalla Memorial Park,
North Hollywood]

[DI32000] [Motion Picture and Television Hospital]

[NI32008] [Major in the Union Army during the Civil War; U.S. Senator from Kansas, 1866-71; candidate for Governor of Kansas, 1880; Governor of New Mexico Territory, 1885-89]

[XI32008] [Fairview Memorial Park]

[XI32010] [Litchfield Plains Cemetery]

[XI32011] [Litchfield Plains Cemetery]

[XI32046] [Gerry Cemetery]

[XI32047] [Gerry Cemetery]

[XI32048] [Gerry Cemetery]

[XI32050] [Gerry Cemetery]

[XI32064] [Gerry Cemetery]

[XI32066] [Gerry Cemetery]

[XI32067] [Gerry Cemetery]

[BI32075] [1835]

[DI32075] [Sept. 15, 1915]

[BI32076] [May 6, 1842?]

[DI32076] [Jan. 6, 1923?]

[XI32108] [Riverside Cemetery]

[XI32109] [Riverside Cemetery]

[XI32110] [Riverside Cemetery]

[BI32111] [Calculated to 1877 per age at death (76) so likely a twin]

[XI32111] [Riverside Cemetery]

[XI32136] [Swan Point Cemetery]

[XI32140] [East Wilton Cemetery]

[XI32141] [East Wilton Cemetery]

[NI32151] [Walter R.?]

[XI32189] [Lawnridge Cemetery]

[NI32190] [She was not listed in 1880 census with family]

[XI32190] [Lawnridge Cemetery]

[XI32191] [Lawnridge Cemetery]

[XI32192] [Lawnridge Cemetery]

[XI32194] [Lawnridge Cemetery]

[BI32206] [or 1680 to 1685 (Vaughan)]

[DI32206] [died at sea]

[DI32208] [As Plantation No. 1, incorp. as Buckstown in 1792, before named Bucksport in 1817]

[NI32209] [No date of bnirth or death, listed a spossible dau. of James Snow in "Richard Higgins: A Resident and Pioneer Settler at Plymouth and Eastham ..."]

[NI32222] [Thankful Sawtelle, b. abt 1800, Mass. in 1860 living with John Cobb and his wife Eliza (see census note) may have been her sister; assume her last name was possibly Sawtelle but not verified]

[BI32230] [Aged 16 in 1860 census puts her birth before parents' marriage date; either age incorrect and aged 14 or born from a short first marriage of her father (no record) or marriage date incorrect]

[BI32240] [calculated date from age at death]

[DI32240] [aged 80y, 2m. 26d]

[NI32247] [He was either dead or divorced before 1924]

[DI32261] ["between 29 Dec. 1705 and 30 Aug. 1706"]

[XI32281] [Burial in Mount Pleasant Cemetery after services held at the First Baptist Church, Lincoln Avenue, Hampton Falls, NH on 11/22/2003]

[NI32282] [Name would be Lester Eugene, not Lester Earle Cobb]

[BI32308] ["New York, Births and Christenings, 1640-1962"]

[DI32308] ["Minnesota, Death Records, 1866-1916"]

[XI32308] ["Minnesota, Death Records, 1866-1916"]

[NI32314] [http://hometown.aol.com/Pierce476/VTMarriages.html]

[XI32346] [Palmyra Village Cemetery]

[NI32347] [Other Curtis, including his wife buried at Palmyra Village Cemetery but either he died later than those transcribed or buried elsewhere]

[XI32348] [Palmyra Village Cemetery]

[DI32373] [New Hampshire, Death and Disinterment Records, 1754-1947]

[NI32374] [Son Eugene's death record has her name as Lydia Andrews, but had Frank W. Goodrich as informant (relationship unknown)]

[BI32374] [As Camden, Knox Co., ME in death record]

[DI32374] ["Massachusetts, Deaths, 1841-1915"]

[DI32375] [Death in Danvers Insane Hospital; recorded in Swampscott and Danvers in Essex Co., MA]

[BI32376] [1873 birth per age given in 1930 census but 1900 census has Apr. 1879, aged 30 (incorrect age for date given); marriage in Dec. 1900 had age as 28 (1872 birth?)]

[NI32377] [U.S. Social Security Death Index:
Birth Date: 11 April 1901
Social Security Number: 034-05-3316
Place of Issuance: Massachusetts
Last Residence: Hartford, Connecticut
Zip Code of Last Residence: 06103
Death Date: 10 December 1993]

[XI32403] [Knight Cemetery]

[XI32404] [Knight Cemetery]

[BI32463] [calculated from age at death given as aged 91 years, 7 months, 15 days]

[XI32463] [Chase Cemetery]

[XI32488] [Haskell Family (Pike Hill) Cemetery]

[XI32501] [McIntosh Cemetery]

[XI32502] [McIntosh Cemetery]

[BI32523] [First of seven children]

[XI32575] [Maxfield Cemetery]

[NI32584] [ 1. John HOWLAND (1593-1672) m. Elizabeth TILLEY (1607-1687)
W2. Hope HOWLAND (1629-1683) m. John CHIPMAN (1613-1708)
W3. Desire CHIPMAN (1673-1705) m. Melatiah BOURNE (1673-1742)]
[See < http://www.sail1620.org/discover_biography_john_and_elizabeth_howland.shtml >]

[DI32584] [aka Rocky Nook, Kingston, MA]

[BI32630] [est.]

[DI32636] [April 30 or May 6]

[XI32645] Brockton was known as No. Bridgewater then; Ashland Cemetery [G.R. 6]

[NI32646] ["Silas Packard & Co. were succeeded in trade by David Cobb, who came from Mansfield, Mass. in 1823, and learned the trade of Mr. Packard. Mr. Cobb afterwards erected a new and commodious building in place of the old store, where he continued to do a successful business as a variety store,..."]
[See Taunton line for ancestry]

[DI32646] "David Cobb, a prominent merchant passed away to-day; one who was for a long time a respected citizen of the town, aged seventy-six years." Brockton was known as North Bridgewater before official name change in 1874.

[BI32647] North Bridgewater, MA later became Brockton, MA

[XI32647] Ashland Cemetery [G.R.6]

[XI32684] [Center Lovell Cemetery]

[XI32685] [Hillside Cemetery]

[BI32688] [Only year of birth given; if correct twin; could be 1865 if not twin to Henry W. Cobb]

[DI32688] [Only year of death given]

[XI32688] [Center Lovell Cemetery]

[DI32690] [at sea (off cape Cod?)]

[NI32702] [widow]

[NI32708] -----------------------------
Kenneth Benjamin Cobb Sr.
Obituary

Kenneth Benjamin Cobb, Sr., 95, died April 26, 2007, in Fort Pierce. He was born in Portland, Maine, and was a longtime resident of Fort Pierce, coming from Massachusetts. He worked as a millwright for several companies. He is survived by his wife of 76 years, Jean Cobb; daughters, Lorielie Fyfe of Auburn, Maine, and Claudia Curiale of Ormond Beach; son, Kenneth B. Cobb, Jr. of Port St. Lucie; 14 grandchildren; 27 great-grandchildren; 10 great-great grandchildren; sisters Helen Kelley of Gardner, Mass., and Patricia Puzzo of New Smyrna Beach; and brother, Robert S. Cobb of Agawam, Mass. Donations may be made sent to Treasure Coast Hospice. SERVICES: Burial will be at 2 p.m. on June 1 at Forrest Hills Annex Cemetery in Bridgeton, Maine. Arrangements entrusted to Aycock Funeral Home, Fort Pierce.
Published in the TC Palm on May 3, 2007
- See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/tcpalm/obituary.aspx?n=kenneth-benjamin-cobb&pid=87729296#sthash.Q468rfr1.dpuf

[DI32708] [Residence of vacation home]

[XI32708] [Forest Hills Annex Cemetery, Bridgton]

[NI32714] [A teacher in school!
15 Feb. 2014, Internet page: http://www.deadfred.com/surnamePersR_05.php?ID=25544&dfpage=1&sLastName=Cobb&refpage=/surnameIndR_05.php:
Yearbook page with picture -
Photo #18840
Last Name: Cobb
First Name : Lawrence
Middle Name: D
Subject's City: South Portland
Subject's State: Me
Subject's County: Cumberland
Subject's Country: USA
Date: 1921-1940Comments: Lawrence D Cobb (Nee: ) South Portland Me USA 1921-1940  Comments: Faculty- 1928 *Head Light * South Portland High School, South Portland ,Maine - YearBook - School Annual 1928 South Portland High School, South Portland , Maine]

[BI32719] [Maine Birth Records, 1621-1922: Copy of an Old Record of a Birth (Certified Copy of birth recorded in Brighton)]

[DI32720] [died in the Civil War]

[XI32731] [Oak Grove Cemetery]

[DI32739] [stillborn]

[XI32739] [Evergreen Cemetery on Stevens Avenue: Memorial Park Section-- Lot # 149]

[DI32740] [aged 10 days old]

[XI32740] [Evergreen Cemetery on Stevens Avenue: Memorial Park Section-- Lot # 149]

[BI32796] [November 3, 1887?]

[NI32818] [1900 census]

[XI32819] Hull Village Cemetery]

[NI32823] [censuses]

[NI32828] [Burroughs?]

[NI32836] [He may be a brother to James Cobb, b. June 1861 as he he was in census in 1900 after Ebenezer Cobb]

[BI32836] [1851 or 1853 per censuses]

[NI32841] [Probably brother of Ebenezer P. Cobb, based on 1900 census]

[XI32841] [with Fred L. Cobb (brother?)]

[NI32843] [Also in 1870: Annett]

[NI32844] [1870 census]

[NI32846] [1870 census]

[BI32879] [1880 census, has Iowa birth, not Maine]

[DI32882] [World War I while in Officers Training, having been in the Band previously; p. 124, http://library.umaine.edu/yearbooks/content/1920/1920_121to150.pdf]

[DI32901] [p. 71: Deaths Registered in Plymouth in 1934; aged 53-9-9]

[DI32902] [p. 71: Deaths Registered in Plymouth in 1934; aged 60-11-20]

[DI32905] [Deaths Registered in Plymouth In 1943; p. 67; aged 85]

[BI32908] [Births Registered in Plymouth In 1947; p. 79]

[NI32947] [Sister of Lizzie Heath, who married her brother-in-law Alfred Estes]

[NI32965] [Wife of (1) Asa H. Cobb and (2) James Wingate Cobb?]

[NI33008] [Wife of (1) Asa H. Cobb and (2) James Wingate Cobb?]

[NI33009] [died young]

[NI33010] [died young]

[BI33064] [Birth as Dec 1869 in 1900 census]

[BI33067] [June 1900 census has age as 1/12; either age  or date of birth incorrect]

[XI33090] [Clifton Hill City Cemetery]

[XI33091] [Greenwood Cemetery]

[BI33092] [gravestone transcription: Feb. 22, 1818]

[DI33092] [gravestone transcription: same date as book]

[XI33092] [Mussell Shoals Cemetery]

[BI33095] [Page 102 has date as August 10, 1829 (not Aug. 11)]

[BI33096] [Another Bible Record has date as 25 Aug 1837]

[BI33097] [She was listed in one Bible Record but not in another Bible that listed all children]

[BI33098] [She was listed in one Bible Record but not in another Bible that listed all children]

[NI33109] [He founded the village (town) of Clifton Hill, Missouri, laid out in 1866, which was named after him]

[BI33109] [11 Feb 1811 date found byt grave record: Feb. 14, 1814]

[DI33109] [grave record]

[XI33109] [Greenwood Cemetery: Find A Grave Memorial# 44200179]

[NI33110] [Was she a sister of Louisiana Davis, who married James W. Cobb and who may be same who married Asa H. Cobb?]

[BI33110] [gravestone transcription: Jul. 29, 1828]

[DI33110] [gravestone transcription: Feb. 14, 1914]

[XI33110] [Mussell Shoals Cemetery]

[DI33111] ["in early childhood" but no date given]

[NI33123] [Descendant of Samuel Cobb through son Elisha]

[DI33134] [1943 (p. 58), 1940 (p. 215C)]

[NI33149] [She "died in babyhood", no birth or death data given]

[NI33150] [She "died in babyhood", no birth or death data given]

[NI33151] [He "died in babyhood", no birth or death data given]

[NI33152] [She "died in babyhood", no birth or death data given]

[BI33154] [Bible Record by daughter Bertie, assumed correct although her mother-in-law's Bible record (Eliza Davis Cobb) has date as May 21, 1857 (possibly baptismal date?)]

[DI33158] [World War I casualty]

[NI33177] [Date of birth likely incorrect in book as noted by author]

[NI33178] [Date of birth likely incorrect in book as noted by author]

[NI33179] [Date of birth likely incorrect in book as noted by author]

[DI33180] [grave]

[XI33180] [Clifton Hill City Cemetery]

[DI33181] [Grave record: Apr. 2, 1925; book: 25 Apr 1935]

[XI33181] [Clifton Hill City Cemetery]

[BI33182] [County record's date: December 10, 1853]

[DI33185] [grave]

[XI33185] [Clifton Hill City Cemetery]

[DI33186] [grave]

[XI33186] [Clifton Hill City Cemetery]

[BI33187] [Grave: Jan. 17, 1883 (book: 17 Jan 1885)]

[XI33187] [Clifton Hill City Cemetery]

[XI33192] [Clifton Hill City Cemetery]

[NI33207] [married]

[DI33210] [infancy]

[NI33224] [He never married]

[BI33235] [1878 or 1879]

[NI33236] [born 11/14/188x, died ____; unmarried]

[NI33238] [Mrs. Elijah Martin?]

[BI33245] [24 Nov 1834 and 14 Nov 1834 dates from two different sources]

[XI33245] [Clifton Hill City Cemetery]

[BI33254] [Error in book in giving this date as marriage; likely her birth since he was born in 1902]

[BI33261] [February, ____]

[BI33270] [grave ("Cobbs" has year)]

[DI33270] [grave ("Cobbs" has year)]

[XI33270] [Clifton Hill City Cemetery]

[BI33272] [grave]

[DI33272] [1916 date from grave][Cobbs: Aug. 5, 1912]

[XI33272] [Clifton Hill City Cemetery]

[XI33277] [Clifton Hill City Cemetery]

[BI33278] [Born on his parents' farm]

[XI33280] [Clifton Hill City Cemetery]

[NI33281]

[Married; 12 children]

[NI33283]

[Married; 3 children]

[BI33287] [gravestone record]

[DI33287] [gravestone record]

[XI33287] [Greenwood Cemetery: Find A Grave Memorial# 44200187]

[BI33288] [As 1848 per "History"]

[XI33288] [Clifton Hill City Cemetery]]

[XI33289] [Greenwood Cemeetry]

[XI33290] [Greenwood Cemetery]

[XI33292] [Greenwood Cemetery]

[XI33293] [Greenwood Cemetery]

[BI33295] [1836 per book]

[XI33306] [Greenwood Cemetry: with husband, Find A Grave Memorial# 44200187]

[NI33338] [Mart might be Martin]

[DI33338] [He died before birth of second child (no dates given for death, marriage or birth of children)]

[NI33341] [Born after his father had died] (no dates)

[BI33374] [gravestone transcription: Jul. 29, 1828]

[DI33374] [gravestone transcription: Feb. 14, 1914]

[XI33374] [Mussell Shoals Cemetery]

[BI33437] [gravestone]

[DI33437] [gravestone]

[DI33447] [Unmarried]

[NI33449] [He never married]

[DI33451] [1898 per son's notes (Rev. F. T. Howard)]

[DI33484] [Year unknown]

[BI33533] [Date given as Oct. 3, 1889 (perhaps 1899 or later but 1889 incorrect as his mother was born in 1882]

[NI33724] [No dates given, "died in infancy"]

[BI33748] [Date also found as July 26, 1834 (death certificate) and as July 1835 (1900 census)]

[XI33748] [Mussel Shoals Cemetery]

[NI33762] [She never married]

[DI33767] ["died when two years old"]

[BI33793] [calculated date from age given]

[NI33803] [Married, 4 children]

[NI33804] ][Married twice; no children]

[NI33805] [Married twice; one child died as infant]

[NI33806] [Married twice; no children]

[NI33816] [Married; 6 children]

[NI33820] [Esther?]

[XI33820] [Clifton Cemetery]

[NI33860] [He never married]

[DI33870] [Barnstable Patriot - Monday, October 03, 1921 - Page: 4 - Hyannisport   - Death of Mr. Cobb
   Mr. Horace Cobb died at his residence here on Saturday morning following a long illness. His age was 64 years, 7 months, 17 days. He was the son of Thomas and Ruth (Smith) Cobb and was born in this place which was always been his home, excepting for two years which were spent on Martha's Vineyard where he married his first wife, Eva Luce. To them were born two sons, Carlton and Kenneth. Upn the death of their mother they were cared for by their grandmother, Mrs. Mayhew Luce.
   Mr. Cobb later married Miss Edith Creamer, who with the two sons and one

grandchild, survives him. Mrs. Luce was at Mr. Cobb's home at the time of his death.]

[XI33895] [Mt. Pleasant Cemetery as Lois M. Capron Cobb]

[XI33896] [Mt. Pleasant Cemetery]

[XI33898] [Find A Grave Memorial# 73756836 has no