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301 "_____, w. Robert, Apr. 3, 1751, a. 63 y." LARCUM, Elizabeth (I38183)
 
302 #011036-74 Alison Bryant, 28, Ohio USA, Michigan USA, widower, merchant, s/o Alison & Soloma Bryant, married Marion W. Phillips, 21, King, same, s, d/o Oliver S. & Catharine W. Phillips, witn; Titus Robinson, Louisa Caldwell, both Newmarket, married 23 November 1873, King.  Family F18003
 
303 #45380, Elmer Sterling, nativity Iowa, age 24, occupation Mattress Maker, 5'5-1/2", fair complexion, hazel eyes, brown hair, eyes crossed, sent from Los Angeles, crime Robbery 1st, received [San Quentin State Prison] 12 May 1928, sentence 5-Life. Discharged 12 April 1933.  STERLING, Elmer Leroy (I88815)
 
304 (A talk given by John Winthrop at a meeting of the Society held at the New London County Historical Society, 11 Blinman Street, New London, Conn. Mr. Winthrop is president of the host Society. He has lived in New London all his life, except for service in World War II. He is presently Superintendent of Mails in New London.)

I have been asked to talk to you about my Winthrop ancestors in early New London. In doing this I would like to talk about five of the early Winthrops: John Winthrop the Younger, Fitz John Winthrop, Wait Still Winthrop, John Winthrop F.R.S., and John Still Winthrop. Together they were associated with New London history from 1645 to 1776, a period of 131 years.

John Winthrop the Younger was the first of the Winthrop family to be directly involved with the history of New London. He was born February 12, 1606, at Groton, England. His father, then eighteen years old, would later become governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony. Young John attended school at Bury St. Edmonds, went on to Trinity College, Dublin for two years, and the proceeded to London where he devoted himself to the study of law.

In 1627 he sailed with the Duke of Buckingham's fleet to relieve the Huguenots at La Rochelle, and the following year he was off on a tour that lasted fourteen months and took him to Italy, Constantinople, and Holland.

Upon his return in 1629, then aged 23, he learned of his father's plans to leave for New England and wrote to him as follows:

"...I shall call that my country, where I may most glorify God and enjoy the presence of my dearest friends. Therefore, herein I submit myself to Gods will and yours, and, with your leave, do dedicate myself (laying aside all desires of other employment whatsoever) to the service of God and the company herein (The Massachusetts Bay Company) with the whole endeavors, both of mind and body."

John proved to be of great help to his father in transacting the business of the company, and when the father sailed aboard the Arbella in the spring of 1630, young John remained behind to dispose of the family property. He not only accomplished this task but also found himself a wife in the person of Miss Martha Fones, a cousin, whom he married on February 8, 1631. (Martha was the sister of Elizabeth who was the subject of a novel, "The Winthrop Women," by Anya Seton.) In August of 1631, young John set sail for New England on board the Lion, with his wife Martha, Mrs. Winthrop, Sr., and the rest of the elder Winthrop's children. They arrived in Boston in November of 1631.

Almost immediately John was elected an assistant and in January of 1633, the Court of Assistants directed him to establish a plantation at Ipswich. John left for Ipswich and worked through the spring and summer setting up the plantation. It was here that he gained valuable experience that would be of great help to him at a later date in Connecticut. His wife and a baby daughter joined him at Ipswich in the fall and they lived together there until the following summer when both Martha and the baby died. This double tragedy made John lose interest in Ipswich and a short time later he sailed for England. While there he talked to many people about New England, among them the Lords Say and Brooke. These gentlemen engaged John to establish a fort at the mouth of the Connecticut river and made him Governor of the Connecticut River and lands adjacent thereto, for a period of one year.

Winthrop sailed again for New England in 1635, bringing with him a new wife, Elizabeth Reade. In 1635 and 1636, John spent considerable time in the Saybrook area and it must have been at this time that he saw and fell in love with Fishers Island and that part of the Connecticut shoreline east of Saybrook.

At the end of his contract with Lords Say and Brooke, John returned to Massachusetts and became involved in a project to build iron works at Braintree. He made a trip to England and brought back workers, and at first the operation at Braintree and Saugus was a success. They turned out tools and utensils sufficient to the needs of the colony with a little left over for export. However, labor problems did arise, and production declined.

In 1640, John applied for and was granted Fishers Island and in 1644 he was authorized to start a plantation in the Pequot country. In 1645, at the age of 39, John was in the area of Eastern Connecticut for the settlement to be called Nameaug first, then Pequot, and now known as New London. It is easy to picture John standing on high ground, looking out over a beautiful unspoiled Thames River valley. Perhaps he could see his own Fishers Island and delight in its proximity. To my thinking, he couldn't have made a better choice.

In 1646, John brought his family to Fishers Island. They wintered on the Island, and i the spring moved to Nameaug, where a house had been prepared for them. The next few years were spent in settling in: laying out the town, establishing its government, getting the colony started. John's experience at Ipswich, and again at Saybrook, must have been of great value to him and to the town.

In 1651, John was elected an assistant to the Connecticut government, and in 1657, he was elected governor of Connecticut and ordered to Hartford, which became his headquarters for the next 20 years. In 1661, when the Connecticut Charter issue arose, John was sent to England to obtain a charter for Connecticut. This he did in 1663. In 1667 and again in 1670, John tried to resign his office as governor, and each time his request was denied. He continued in office until his death in 1676, at 70 years of age. He left a will that divided his property with two shares to each of his two sons, and one share to each of his five daughters.  
WINTHROP, Gov. John Jr. (I29502)
 
305 (illegible)egal Needham Daught[er] to Nehemiah & Eunice Needham born January ye 20 1774. NEEDHAM, Abigail (I62237)
 
306 (The Leon Journal-Reporter Leon, Iowa January 2, 2008)

MAROLF, Betty Jo, 78, of Lineville, Iowa, died December 24, 2007 at the Wayne County Hospital in Corydon. Funeral services were held December 29 at the Greenlee-Middleton Funeral Chapel in Lineville with Rev. David Shriver officiating. Burial was in the Clio, Iowa Cemetery.

(The Leon Journal-Reporter Leon, Iowa January 2, 2008)

BETTY MAROLF ... Betty Jo Marolf, daughter of Charles Lester and Mary Beatrice [Pickeral] Jack, was born in Centerville, Iowa, on February 2, 1929, and passed away on December 24, 2007, at the Wayne County Hospital in Corydon, Iowa, at the age of 78 years.

Betty was united in marriage to Darly Dean Marolf on June 16, 1946. Dean Survives her of their home in Lineville, Iowa. She is also survived by three daughters, Rita Allpress and partner, Philip Boldra,, of Vinton, Iowa, Rhonda Carmichael and husband Dennis of Mercer, MO, and Maria Griffith and husband Steve of Solon, IA; her sister, Mary Louise Hyde and husband Jim of Mesa, AZ; her brother, Marvin Richard Jack of Davenport; five grandchildren; ten great-grandchildren; one great, great-granddaughter; and by other relatives and friends. She was preceded in death by her parents; one daughter, Marsha Axon; and by a granddaughter, Linda Kay Owens.

Betty moved to Clio, Iowa at an early age with her family, and was a 1946 graduate of Allerton High School. She and her husband, Dean, lived near Clio for several years before moving to Lineville in 1975.

Betty was a member of the Lineville United Methodist Church, loved working her flower garden and sewing.

 
JACK, Betty Jo (I114017)
 
307 (Worcester Telegram, Sunday, Apr 27, 1997)

Ashburnham--- Philip L. Mills, 90, of 16 Lashua Road, formerly of 42 Chapel St,, a self-employed carpenter for many years, and a long-time Mason, died yersterday in Baldwinville Nursing Home after an illness.

His wife, Edna(Coombs)Mills, died in 1975. He leaves a daughter, Edna M. Roy of Ashburnham; a sister, Harriet Parks of Fort Worth, Texas; a granddaughter; nephews and nieces. He was born in Ashburnham, son of Fred C. and Hattie(Fuller) Mills.

He attended Cushing Academy and earned a certificate in architectural drawing from Rhode Island School of Design, in Providence, Rhode Island. Mr. Mills was a a self-employed carpenter for many years. He then worked for Montachusett Health Care in Fitchburg for 18 years, retiring in 1995.

He was a member of Christ Episcopal Church in Fitchburg, the International Order of Odd Fellows, the Ashby Square & Compass Club and the Forever Young Club of Ashburnham. He was a member of the Charles W. Moore Lodge of Masons in Fitchburg, Aleppo Temple Shrine in Wilmington, and the Order of the Eastern Star.

The funeral will be in St.Paul's Episcopasl Church,79 Cross St., Gardner. Burial will be at 10 a.m. in New Cemetery, Ashburnham.

 
MILLS, Philip Leslie (I63742)
 
308 , s. Benjamin and Mary, Sept. --, 1743.  HOLMES (I41669)
 
309 - Calvin Willard Son of Calvin Perry & Mercy his Wife born Jan'y (looks like) 24: 1821.
- Samuel Niles Son of Calvin Perry & Mercy his Wife born April 29: 1882.
- Leonard Litchfield Son of Calvin Perry & Mercy his Wife born Feb'y 4: 1824.
- ----- Jewett Daughter of Calvin Perry & Mercy his Wife born Oct'r 4, 1825.
- George Payson Son of Calvin Perry & Mercy his Wife born Nov'r 1: 1826.
- Mercy Aroline Daug'r of Calvin Perry & Mercy his Wife born Dec'r 3, 1829.
- Mary Franklin Daugh'r of Calvin Perry & Mercy his Wife born April 19: 1831.
- Sarah Ann Daug'r of Calvin Perry & Mercy his Wife born Jan. 20: 1834.
- son of Calvin Perry & Mercy his Wife born Nov'r 16: 1840.

Calvin & Samuel Born at Hanover.  
Family F31091
 
310 - Freedom Taylor daughter to Moses and Meriam Taylor, born in Montague Oct. 23, 1754.
- Eunice Taylor daughter to Moses and Meriam Taylor, born in Montague Dec. 6, 1756.
- Rachel Taylor daughter to Moses and Meriam Taylor, born in Montague April 1st 1758.
- Ezra Taylor son to Moses and Meriam Taylor, born in Montague Aug. 20, 1760.
- Naomi Taylor daughter to Moses and Meriam Taylor, born in Montague Apr. 23, 1766. 
Family F38733
 
311 - Mary Wood Daughter of Josiah Wood and Mary his wife born July 19th 1801.
- Artemas Reed Wood, Son of Josiah Wood & Mary his wife born September 17th 1803.
- Martha Wood, Daughter of Josiah Wood & Mary his wife born January 9th 1808 & died January (looks like) 10th 1809.
- Martha Wood, Daughter of the above parents born December 10th 1809.
- Anna Wood Daughter of the above parents born March 8th 1812.
- Harriot Wood, Daughter of the above parents born April 2d 1814
- Almira Wood, Daughter of the above parents born October 30th 1816
- William Jefferson Wood, Son of the above parents born July 19th 1822 & Died May 6th 1824 
Family F27801
 
312 - Nightingale, Wyman B., Private, res. Quincy; age 20, enlisted 16 May 1861, mustered 22 May 1861, mustered out 22 July 1861.
- Nightingale, Alonzo A., age 19, residence Quincy, enlisted 16 April 1861, mustered 22 April 1862, mustered out 22 July 1861; see Co. G 24th Mass Inf.
- Nightingale, Samuel A., age 23, residence Quincy, Private, enlisted 16 April 1861, mustered 22 April 1861, mustered out 22 July 1861, see Co. D 39th Mass. Inf.  
NIGHTINGALE, Wyman Boylston (I92136)
 
313 - Robert Evans, son of Robert Evans by Elizabeth his wife, born 30th September, 1665.
- Edward, son of above, b. 28th June, 1667.
- Jonathan, son of above, born 10th April, 1669.
- Elizabeth, daughter of above, born 25th January, 1671. 
Family F41991
 
314 -- June [1917], San Jose, California. Dwight Mitchel Rice signed a World War I draft registration card, age 26, residence 443 19 Street, San Jose, California, born Langworthy, Iowa 10 May 1891, occupation Locomotive Fireman, married with dependent wife and child. Physical description tall, medium build, gray eyes, brown hair.

 
RICE, Dwight Mitchel (I75414)
 
315 ---, ch. Elliezer and Hannah, Feb. 25, 1702-3. Stillborn. HOWE OR HOW (I40734)
 
316 ----- [Adams], d. stillborn, John, jr. and Sarah, Jan. 27, 1744-5. PR2 ADAMS (I125696)
 
317 ----- [Adams], s. Solomon, Feb. 23, 1780. PR2 ADAMS, Solomon Jr. (I125627)
 
318 ----- [Allen], w. Jonathan, sr., --- --, 1762. CR PIERCE, Mary (I108975)
 
319 ----- [Annis], ch. Curmac [Charles., s. dup.], Apr. 17, 1672. ANNIS (I56329)
 
320 ----- [Annis], s. Curmac [Charles. S. dup], Apr. 12, 1672. ANNIS (I56329)
 
321 ----- [Ans], s. Curmac [Charles. S. dup], Aug. 18, 1668. ANNIS, Abraham (I5787)
 
322 ----- [Austen], d. Benjamin and Mary, Dec. 9, 1729. AUSTIN (I108288)
 
323 ----- [Austin], d. Benjamin and Mary, Dec. 9, 1729. AUSTIN (I108288)
 
324 ----- [Baker], Granne, Oct. 2, 1742. ORDWAY, Anne (I247)
 
325 ----- [Barker], "Ye Aged Widow," May 12, 1727. JEWETT, Anna 'Hannah' (I116718)
 
326 ----- [Bartlet], d. Edmund and Hannah, Aug. 24, 1753. CC BARTLETT (I115904)
 
327 ----- [Beedle], d. Robert, Apr. 29, 1673. BEEDLE, Hannah (I56252)
 
328 ----- [Cheny], ch. John, jr., Aug. 4, 1662. CHENEY (I44922)
 
329 ----- [Clark], w. John, Sept. 10, 1726. POOR, Mary (I356)
 
330 ----- [Cogswell], d. Nathaniel and Judith (Badger), Jan. --, 1759. COGSWELL (I116330)
 
331 ----- [Colby], s. stillborn, John and Sarah, Feb. 12, 1686-7. COLBY (I109768)
 
332 ----- [Colby], s. twin, John and Sarah, Feb. 29, 1687-8. COLBY (I109767)
 
333 ----- [Colby], s. twin, John and Sarah, Mar. 1, 1687-8. COLBY (I109767)
 
334 ----- [Colby], s. twin, stillborn, John and Sarah, Feb. 29, 1687-8. COLBY (I109769)
 
335 ----- [Crose], w. Robert, sr., Oct. 29, 1677. JORDAN, Anna (I5736)
 
336 ----- [Cross], d. Jerome, shoemaker, and Mary, Jan. 4, 1848. CROSS, Mary E. (I96934)
 
337 ----- [Cross], s. Jerome, shoemaker, and Mary, Aug. 28, 1849. CROSS, William Henry (I96926)
 
338 ----- [Cross], s. Jerome, shoemaker, and Mary, May 5, 1845. CROSS, Jerome W. (I96924)
 
339 ----- [Daves], d. Samuel, Jan. 31, 1662. CTR DAVIS (I103187)
 
340 ----- [Day], ch. Dea. William, Jan. 3, 1837. DAY (I97127)
 
341 ----- [Dole], s. Richard and Sarah, Mar. 27, 1735. DOLE (I109552)
 
342 ----- [Easman], s. Joseph and Abegall, Mar. 13, 1718-19. NCTBK EASTMAN (I56457)
 
343 ----- [Eliot], w. Skipper, childbirth [bef. Dec. 16, 1750]. CR3 WHEELER, Mary (I116418)
 
344 ----- [Ellison], w. John, bur. Oct. 22, 1808, a. 69 y C.R. 11. ULMAN OR ULMER, Elizabeth (I115754)
 
345 ----- [Gelson], s. Joseph and Mary, 8: 1m: 1666-7. CTR GILSON, Joseph (I31657)
 
346 ----- [Gile], ch. Thomas W., July 6, 1824. PR1 GILE (I126791)
 
347 ----- [Guile], inf. ch. Thomas W., July 6, 1824. CR2 GILE (I126791)
 
348 ----- [Hastings], ch. Richard, Feb. 22, 1779. CR3 HASTINGS (I80921)
 
349 ----- [Holt], ch. John and Mehittabel, bp. June 8, 1718. CR2 HOLT, Elizabeth (I115647)
 
350 ----- [Holt], ch. Samuell and Hannah, Apr. 8, 1706.  HOLT, John (I115638)
 
351 ----- [Huse], w. Dr., Sept. 7, 1792. CR2 SARGENT, Rachel (I126710)
 
352 ----- [Huse], w. Ebenezer, consumption, July 22, 1793. CR2 DAVIS, Lydia (I126699)
 
353 ----- [Ilsly], s. William, Oct. 7, 1658. ILSLEY (I109547)
 
354 ----- [Ingalls], d. Joseph and Phebe, Aug. 10, 1730. INGALLS (I115870)
 
355 ----- [Jackman], d. Timothy, June 14, 1779. PR2 JACKMAN, Sally (I108392)
 
356 ----- [Jackman], s. Dea. Timothy, Apr. 15, 1783. PR2 JACKMAN, Stillman (I108389)
 
357 ----- [Jackman], s. Nicolas and Abigail, Feb. 3, 1731. JACKMAN (I108401)
 
358 ----- [Jackman], wid. Stephen, bur. Oct. 5, 1811. a. 71 y. CR2 MORSE, Mary Jane 'Jenny' (I108429)
 
359 ----- [Jewett], ch. Samuell, Sept. 9, 1736. PR1 JEWETT, Sarah (I116776)
 
360 ----- [Kelly], d. John, Aug. 6, 1666. KELLEY (I40318)
 
361 ----- [Kelly], d. twin, John, June 17, 1668. KELLEY (I40319)
 
362 ----- [Kilborn], wid. Joseph, Feb. 9, 1715. TRUMBLE, Mary (I110155)
 
363 ----- [Kimbal], w. Nathan, Dec. 9, 1784, a. 78 y.  GOODRIDGE, Sarah (I44676)
 
364 ----- [Lampson], w. Sergt. John, Apr. 3, 1753, a. 84 y. WOODBURY, Abigail (I110048)
 
365 ----- [Lampson], w. Thomas, Dec. 26, 1746. FAULKNER, Abigail (I79317)
 
366 ----- [Lovjoy], ch. stillborn, Hezekiah and Hannah (Astin), Nov. 27, 1723. LOVEJOY (I109651)
 
367 ----- [Lowle], d. Benjamin, Nov. 18, 1671. LOWELL, Mary (I126231)
 
368 ----- [Lunt], ch. John, small pox, Sept. 30, 1678. LUNT (I126092)
 
369 ----- [Lunt], d. John, Aug. 8, 1678. LUNT (I126092)
 
370 ----- [Lunt], s. Henry, 3d and Sarah, Apr. 9, 1712. LUNT (I126083)
 
371 ----- [Lunt], s. Henry, 3d, and Sarah, Apr. 9, 1712. LUNT (I126083)
 
372 ----- [Mathews], ch. Hugh, Aug. 2, 1685. MATTHEWS (I6679)
 
373 ----- [Mathews], d. Hugh, Aug. 22, 1684. MATTHEWS (I25242)
 
374 ----- [Mathews], d. Hugh, July 18, 1685. MATTHEWS (I6679)
 
375 ----- [Maxfield], s. John and Sarah, Aug. 15, 1711. NCTBK MAXFIELD (I14999)
 
376 ----- [Maxfield], s. John and Sarah, July 2, 1711. NCTBK MAXFIELD (I14999)
 
377 ----- [Mirril], ch. Abram [Abraham. S. dup.], Sept. 28 [Sept. 20, 1672. S. dup.] MERRILL, Deacon Abraham Jr. (I39839)
 
378 ----- [Morrill], s. Abraham and Annah, Feb. 3, 1728. NCTBK MORRILL (I109520)
 
379 ----- [Morse], w. Philip, Nov. 28, 1748. CR2 BROWN, Mary (I6947)
 
380 ----- [Ordway], ch. Nathan and Hannah, Jan. 7, 1725. [1726, a. 13 d. GR7] ORDWAY (I6504)
 
381 ----- [Ordway], d. James, bp. Dec. 31, 1721. CR2 ORDWAY (I56980)
 
382 ----- [Ordway], d. Nathan and Hannah, Dec. 25, 1725. ORDWAY (I6504)
 
383 ----- [Peeters], ch. ----- and Phoeby, --- 26, 1701. PETERS (I55865)
 
384 ----- [Perkins], w. Sergt. Jacob, Feb. 12, 1685. WHIPPLE, Elizabeth Lovell (I28686)
 
385 ----- [Person], s. Benjamin and Jane, May 1?, 1731. PEARSON (I109492)
 
386 ----- [Petengall], s. Matthew, June 10, 1674. PETTINGILL (I45431)
 
387 ----- [Pilsbury], ch. William, jr., Mar. 24, 1678-9. PILLSBURY, William Jr. (I110638)
 
388 ----- [Richardson], ch. Joshua, Oct. 18, 1679, a. 2 or 3 d. RICHARDSON (I57140)
 
389 ----- [Sargent], ch. Stephen and Elisabeth, bp. June 19, 1767. PR1v SARGENT (I125354)
 
390 ----- [Sargent], d. Ezekiel and Susanna, Mar. 18, 1826, a. 3 d. GR3 SARGENT (I126505)
 
391 ----- [Sargent], s. Ezekiel and Susanna, b. Nov. 22, 1818 d. Nov. 23, 1818. GR3 SARGENT (I126504)
 
392 ----- [Sargent], s. John K., farmer, and Elizabeth, at Landing, May 17, 1848.
----- [Sargent], s. John K., farmer, and Elisabeth, at Landing, May 17, 1849. 
SARGENT, Edward (I126332)
 
393 ----- [Smith], d. Benjamin and Hannah, Jan. 24, 1709. SMITH, Sarah (I57044)
 
394 ----- [Steevens], d. Abial and Deborah, June 20, 1709. STEVENS, Deborah (I126183)
 
395 ----- [Stevens], ch. [torn] and Deborah, Sept. 25, 1712. STEVENS, John (I126185)
 
396 ----- [Stevens], d. Abial and Deborah, Oct. 28, 1710. STEVENS, Mary (I126169)
 
397 ----- [Stevens], s. Abiall and Deborah, Aug. 25, 1723. STEVENS (I126186)
 
398 ----- [Story], w. Elder Seth, numb palsy, July 21, 1779, in her 84th y. CR4 LOW, Martha (I24893)
 
399 ----- [Swett], inf. ch. Francis and Mary, Nov. 9, 1819. SWEATT, Jane Bessom (I106479)
 
400 ----- [Thirston], d. twin, Daniell, jr. and Mary, May 7, 1691. THURSTON (I110213)
 

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