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Carrie Wealthy Kimball (F)
b. 18 December 1873, d. circa 1946
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     Her married name was Chase. Carrie Wealthy Kimball Originally had Carrie's birth date as: '7/10-Jan-1876' however, the Enfield V.R. book indicates she was born earlier, and another daughter (unnamed) was born 10-Jan-1876. Same book listed Carrie's b.d. as 18-Dec-1873, at Enfield. This may have been presumed, since Ronia/Lonia/Lonis had same b.d. as Carrie. The OTHER possibility, of course, is that these two ladies (Ronia and Carrie) were actually t twins. She was born on 18 December 1873 at Enfield, Grafton, New Hampshire, USA. She was the daughter of William T. Kimball and Martha Ann Clark. Carrie Wealthy Kimball married John Morey Chase, son of John H. Chase and Abbie S. Martin, on 21 August 1899 at Enfield, Grafton, New Hampshire, USA. Carrie Wealthy Kimball died circa 1946.

Children of Carrie Wealthy Kimball and John Morey Chase
Elmer Kimball Chase+ b. 8 May 1909, d. 14 Aug 1939
Janis Martha Chase (living)

John Morey Chase (M)
b. 26 November 1875, d. 13 May 1936
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     John Morey Chase Also seen listed as born in Providence. He was born on 26 November 1875 at Pawtucket, Rhode Island, USA. He was the son of John H. Chase and Abbie S. Martin. John Morey Chase married Carrie Wealthy Kimball, daughter of William T. Kimball and Martha Ann Clark, on 21 August 1899 at Enfield, Grafton, New Hampshire, USA. John Morey Chase died on 13 May 1936 at Lumber City, Georgia, USA, at age 60.

Children of John Morey Chase and Carrie Wealthy Kimball
Elmer Kimball Chase+ b. 8 May 1909, d. 14 Aug 1939
Janis Martha Chase (living)

George C. Kimball (M)
b. 11 January 1870, d. after 1954
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     George C. Kimball George listed in 1954 Lebanon Directory, retired, and residing with Minnie, Roy, and Charlotte at #16 Green Street. He was naturalized; Weaver. He was born on 11 January 1870 at Enfield, New Hampshire, USA. He was the son of William T. Kimball and Martha Ann Clark. George C. Kimball married Minnie Blanche Barden, daughter of Charles Clarence Barden and Lida Mary Gorham, on 14 August 1899 at Lebanon, Grafton, New Hampshire, USA. George C. Kimball died after 1954 at New Hampshire, USA.

Child of George C. Kimball and Minnie Blanche Barden
Roy George Kimball b. 30 Nov 1905, d. Jun 1982

Ernest H. Kimball (M)
b. 7 August 1871, d. before 1955
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     Ernest H. Kimball In 1900 US Census for Enfield, NH, living in house of John Stevens (father-in-law).

1920 US Census for Canaan, Grafton Co, NH:

KIMBALL:
Ernest H., head, m, w, 48, M, NH, NH, NH, teamster - lumber
Winnifred A., wife, f, w, 45, M, ME, ME, ME,
Lester E., son, m, w, 24, M, NH, NH, ME, teamster - job work
Harold E., son, m, w, 18, S, NH, NH, ME,
Thalia L., dau, f, w, 7, S, NH, NH, ME

1932 Directory for Tilton/Northfield:

Related Kimballs:
Ernest H., (Winnie S), emp Elm Mills, h. 117 Park (Northfield)
Harold E., r. 117 Park, PO Tilton (Northfield)
Winnie S. (Mrs. Ernest H.), emp Ideal Mfg Co, h. 117 park, PO Tilton (Northfield). He was born on 7 August 1871 at Enfield, New Hampshire, USA. He was the son of William T. Kimball and Martha Ann Clark. Ernest H. Kimball married Winnifred 'Winnie' A. Stevens, daughter of John W. Stevens and Carrie (Clara) B. Chase, on 19 May 1894 at Lebanon, New Hampshire, USA. Ernest H. Kimball died before 1955 at New Hampshire, USA.

Children of Ernest H. Kimball and Winnifred 'Winnie' A. Stevens
Leslie (Lester) Ernest Kimball b. 23 Jul 1895, d. Mar 1971
Harold Earl Kimball b. 5 Dec 1901, d. Sep 1976
Thalia Louise Kimball b. 24 Feb 1912, d. 7 May 1989

Winnifred 'Winnie' A. Stevens (F)
b. November 1874
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     Her married name was Kimball. Winnifred 'Winnie' A. Stevens 1955 Directory for Tilton/Northfield, NH:
KIMBALL Winnifred A., wid Ernest H., retired, r. Leo A. barton
others in that directory - Alden (Mildred), Earl, George H., Harold E., Merton L., Wert W. (US Army) and William A. She was born in November 1874 at Augusta, Maine, USA. She was the daughter of John W. Stevens and Carrie (Clara) B. Chase. Winnifred 'Winnie' A. Stevens married Ernest H. Kimball, son of William T. Kimball and Martha Ann Clark, on 19 May 1894 at Lebanon, New Hampshire, USA.

Children of Winnifred 'Winnie' A. Stevens and Ernest H. Kimball
Leslie (Lester) Ernest Kimball b. 23 Jul 1895, d. Mar 1971
Harold Earl Kimball b. 5 Dec 1901, d. Sep 1976
Thalia Louise Kimball b. 24 Feb 1912, d. 7 May 1989

Leslie (Lester) Ernest Kimball (M)
b. 23 July 1895, d. March 1971
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     Leslie (Lester) Ernest Kimball Sometimes confused with Lester, b. 05-Aug-1898, son of Burth H. Kimball and Jessie H. Quimby.

Name: Lester Kimball
SSN: 009-05-2039
Last Residence: 03276 Tilton, Belknap, New Hampshire, United States of America
Born: 29 Jul 1895
Died: Mar 1971
State (Year) SSN issued: Vermont (Before 1951 )

This does fit, as his parents were living in Tilton in the 1940s, as was his brother, Harold E. Even Thalia appears there in the 1930s, residing with family at 10 Howard Avenue (Northfield?). He was born on 23 July 1895 at Enfield, Grafton, New Hampshire, USA. He was the son of Ernest H. Kimball and Winnifred 'Winnie' A. Stevens. Leslie (Lester) Ernest Kimball married Esther P. Gassett, daughter of Ernest W. Gassett and Caroline Almira Quimby, on 15 July 1918 at Enfield, Grafton, New Hampshire, USA. Leslie (Lester) Ernest Kimball died in March 1971 at New Hampshire, USA, at age 75.

Harold Earl Kimball (M)
b. 5 December 1901, d. September 1976
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     Harold Earl Kimball Name: Harold Kimball
SSN: 002-20-1347
Last Residence: 05461 Hinesburg, Chittenden, Vermont, United States of America
Born: 5 Dec 1901
Died: Sep 1976
State (Year) SSN issued: New Hampshire (Before 1951 ). He was born on 5 December 1901 at Enfield, Grafton, New Hampshire, USA. He was the son of Ernest H. Kimball and Winnifred 'Winnie' A. Stevens. Harold Earl Kimball died in September 1976 at Hinesburg, Chittenden County, Vermont, USA, at age 74.

Lonis (Ronia\Lonia) A. Kimball (F)
b. 18 December 1873, d. 21 November 1896
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     Lonis (Ronia\Lonia) A. Kimball Prior to seeing Enfield V.R. book, had listed Lonia's death as: 'Bef. 3-May-1910',but book gave a more specific date. May also be seen as Ronia or Lonis in census records. It also appears Ronia/Lonia/Lonis and sister, Carrie, were likely twins. That is, if the dates of birth hold up. Wondering, if Ronia AND Lonis both mentioned in Enfield VR book(s), is there any possibility there were two daughters... twins? She was born on 18 December 1873 at Enfield, Grafton, New Hampshire, USA. She was the daughter of William T. Kimball and Martha Ann Clark. Lonis (Ronia\Lonia) A. Kimball was buried in 1896 at Montcalm Cemetery, Enfield, New Hampshire, USA. She died on 21 November 1896 at Franklin, New Hampshire, USA, at age 22.

Elmer Kimball Chase (M)
b. 8 May 1909, d. 14 August 1939
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     Elmer Kimball Chase Also seen 8-May-1908 for birth date. He was born in 1902 at Raynham, Massachusetts, USA. He was born on 8 May 1908 at Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA. He was born on 8 May 1909 at Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA. He was the son of John Morey Chase and Carrie Wealthy Kimball. Elmer Kimball Chase married Doris Ethel Powers, daughter of Willett A. Powers and Flora J. Fraser, on 18 June 1936 at Lebanon, Grafton, New Hampshire, USA. Elmer Kimball Chase was buried in 1939 at Oak Grove Cemetery, Enfield, Grafton County, New Hampshire, USA. He died on 14 August 1939 at Salisbury, Sullivan, New Hampshire, USA, at age 30.

Children of Elmer Kimball Chase and Doris Ethel Powers
John Willet Chase (living)
Carol Ann Chase (living)

Doris Ethel Powers (F)
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     Doris Ethel Powers is the daughter of Willett A. Powers and Flora J. Fraser. Doris Ethel Powers married Elmer Kimball Chase, son of John Morey Chase and Carrie Wealthy Kimball, on 18 June 1936 at Lebanon, Grafton, New Hampshire, USA.

Children of Doris Ethel Powers and Elmer Kimball Chase
John Willet Chase (living)
Carol Ann Chase (living)

John Willet Chase (M)
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     John Willet Chase is the son of Elmer Kimball Chase and Doris Ethel Powers.

Carol Ann Chase (F)
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     Carol Ann Chase is the daughter of Elmer Kimball Chase and Doris Ethel Powers.

Janis Martha Chase (F)
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     Janis Martha Chase is the daughter of John Morey Chase and Carrie Wealthy Kimball.

Edwin 'Eddie' C. Kimball (M)
b. 5 December 1877, d. 13 December 1880
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     Edwin 'Eddie' C. Kimball From my notes, listed as 'Female' Kimball, (name unknown) in NHVR records. He was born on 5 December 1877 at Enfield, New Hampshire, USA. He was the son of William T. Kimball and Martha Ann Clark. Edwin 'Eddie' C. Kimball was buried in 1880 at Montcalm Cemetery, Enfield, New Hampshire, USA. He died on 13 December 1880 at Enfield, New Hampshire, USA, at age 3.

Samuel **** Kimball (M)
b. between 1770 and 1800
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     Samuel **** Kimball Some potential Samuel's who have (for now) been eliminated as candidates for THIS Samuel:

Samuel b. 1792, Holderness, still living and not fitting this one as of 1850 Census
Samuel b. 1795, Plainfield, physician, living in Michigan by 1850 with two young daughters (not likely, unless an 'abandoner')
Samuel b. 1776, residing in Bureau Co, IL with wife Jane and son Janus (b. 1820) - Not possible
Samuel b. 1790 - Henniker - still in Henniker in 1850
Samuel b. 1796 - Concord - still in Concord in 1850
Samuel b. 1785 - Sandwich in 1850, living with wife, Hannah
NOTE: 1795 Samuel MAY be son of Joseph Kimball and Eunice Gallup.



Only CONFIRMED child of Samuel and Maria is Benjamin Franklin Kimball, based on the mention of their names on his death certificate. By association, further proof that Wyman P. and Samuel M. were brothers of B.F. Kimball. However, the association further of Daniel, Hovey (or Daniel Hovey) and Sarah and/or Hannah are made purely from their association in 1837 Shaker records from Enfield.

In Shaker records of Enfield, for the year 1837, 'admitted to the church at Enfield', are listed the following:
Franklin Kimball, Hovey Kimball, then, later, Wyman, Sarah Ann, and Hannah Kimball. Originally found these in NEHGS Register Vol. 62, 1908, p. 122. There were no other mentions of Kimballs amongst others born, admitted, or died in Enfield Colony. The 'article' was submitted by Franklin P. Rice, Esq, Worcester, MA, based on his visit to the Colony when he was given permission to copy some information from Shaker records. His visit to the Colony took place in 1895.


Other means to connect Wyman, 'Franklin' and Samuel M. - Franklin and Wyman mentioned in letters to one another, Wyman listed as uncle in 1900 Census for Ira Kimball (s/o Samuel).


Don't believe Samuel was born in Plainfield area. However, found one listed in LDS IGI b. 24-Jul-1795, Plainfield, Sullivan County, New Hampshire. The INTERESTING fact is, NONE of those records indicated parents for this Samuel born in Plainfield. Of additional interest... another Samuel Kimball had been married in April of 1795 at Plainfield:

A Samuel Farnham Kimball, b. @1770 at Hopkinton, NH, d. 9-Jul-1825, Mendon, Monroe, NY, married in PLAINFIELD, SULLIVAN, NH, on 19-Apr-1795 - no wife's name listed. (Pedigree Resource File - Compact Disc #32)
Later digging indicates he married an Anna Spaulding at Plainfield. COULD Samuel Farnham and Anna been parents of Samuel who married Maria? IF so, could Samuel who married Maria have been born 24-Jul-1795, just shortly after Samuel and Anna were married? This would also explain the lack of data on this family group. Given that Samuel Farnham then left the area for New York, did he leave Anna behind to care for this child? Indications are that Anna was from Plainfield, Conecticut, which, given more info on Eliphalet, below, seems to oddly fit. When did Plainfield, NH get named? Was it late in 1700s? If so, perhaps this Kimball line was responsible for it being named after same named town in CT????

There is another Samuel listed, b. 14-Jul-1795, no place, no wife, listed in AWT as son of Col. Joseph Kimball and Eunice Gallup. She was born in Stonington, CT. According to that source Cathy Freeman (cfrmn - cox.net), here are THAT Samuel's siblings:

Joseph KIMBALL b: 24 May 1782 Hmm.. one born 09-May-1782, Plainfield, NH! d. 10-Jul-1810. While another source on IGI shows that one b. 24-May was s/o Joseph and Eunice and died in 1810, as well!
Sophia KIMBALL b: 2 Aug 1784
Oliver KIMBALL b: 5 Oct 1786
Lucy KIMBALL b: 5 Sep 1788
William KIMBALL b: 18 Oct 1790
Harry KIMBALL b: 18 Apr 1793

Of course, there was also the Robert Kimball, b. 16-Dec-1786, who was listed as son of Joseph Kimball of PRESTON, CT (also a 'Colonel' by some reports). He's NOT listed in the above family, and would have been born too close to Oliver to 'qualify' as such, if the above information IS correct.

Based on the confusion of all this Stonington/Preston, CT and Plainfield CT/NH Kimball lines surrounding Joseph, I wonder if there weren't two Joseph Kimballs in the Amer Rev War who had both CT and NH connections? Some of the children were children of one, some of the other, but because their paths were so similar, all or at least most have been forever 'assigned' to one set of parents. That said, it makes for one helluva family group CLEANING to be done! I'd be interested to know what the latest 'Kimball Book' has to say about this family!


Nearly all above children appear in various sources as born Stonington, Connecticut, or Plainfield, New Hampshire.

It is my SERIOUS belief and offered consideration, that the Samuel b. 1795, s/o Col. Joseph Kimball and Eunice Gallup, IS the Samuel who married Maria.... looking for ANYTHING that MIGHT prove otherwise!

Indeed, 1830 US Census for Wilmot shows Samuel listed next to Micah in Wilmot, though this does not indicate blood relation. It is, after all, an alphabetical list.

In that Census, Micah only lists on male child under 5, so only Charles is listed. This is helpful as additional proof that Wyman was NOT son of Micah/Michael, and that Samuel WAS living in Wilmot in 1830, where Wyman had been born 2 years prior. that said, it is likely SAFE to assume this listed Samuel in Wilmot is the one who married Maria.

Samuel listed as 3,2,1,1,0,0,0,1, 0,2,1,0,0,0,1

3 males under 5
2 males 5-10
1 male 10-15
1 male 15-10
1 male 50-60 (this would indicate Samuel was born 1780-1790, not as late as 1795!!!

2 females 5-10
1 female 10-15
1 female 40-50 (indicating Maria was surely younger than Samuel, but if she was 49 and he was 50, same numbers would be listed, so anywhere from 1 to 20 years difference in their ages.


Again, not a single place of birth on the above!

Samuel Kimballs listed in 1820 US Census for NH/VT:

Samuel A. - Concord, Rockingham Co.: 01011001111
Samuel - Hennicker, Hillsborough Co.: 000010001001 (may be three 0's in last set)
.....Listed with the above Samuel are Ebenezer and Stephen Kimball.
Samuel - Wilmot, Hillsborough Co.: 5111101201001 * * * * * * * * * * * * *
.....Listed on same page is a Michael Kimball
Samuel - Londonderry, Rockingham Co.: 30001000010...
and in Vermont:
Samuel - Morristown, Orleans Co.: 0000100000001
with 'Samuel - Wilmot, Hillsborough Co.: 5111101201001' being the most likely candidate, given birthplace of Wyman. If, indeed, we finally PROVE that Wyman was a brother of Samuel M., which I believe, based on Census data, to be the case.

In 1830 US Census for Wilmot, Merrimack, NH, we find a Samuel Kimball listed (with all the crazy numbers), below him is listed Micah Kimball. This may help to figure out which Samuel this is, as my guess is that Micah is a brother, or otherwise very close relation. 1840 Census for Wilmot seems to show Micah, but no longer Samuel. This COULD be a good thing, since chances are Samuel passed before 1840 (reason why children went to Shaker Colony)

Based on Maine locations, should probably explore those in 1820, as well.

Though there exists a real temptation to assign fatherhood of Samuel, Benjamin and Wyman to Asa Kimball (who married Merriam Meacham), Muriel Cole and Jean Kimball have offered evidence as in the following from the Roberts book, listing Samuel M. and Benjamin Franklin and Wyman P.'s births and Benjamin Franklin's death notice from the state of Vermont stating his parents were Samuel and Maria Kimball. Though Merriam is close to Maria, Asa would have to have been Asa Samuel or Samuel Asa Kimball.

Therefore, unless more conclusive evidence eventually points elsewhere, these are the names that will occupy the parents space for Samuel M. Kimball and his siblings.

Based on Wyman P.'s birth year of 1828, in North Wilmot, we might want to look into the Samuel Kimball of Wilmot, Merrimack, NH in 1830 US Census:

Below this Samuel is listed a Micah Kimball, who may prove to be a close relative?

Samuel is listed with 3, 2, 1, 1, 0, 0, 0, 1, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 2, 1, 0, 0, 0, 1
Micah - 1, 2, 0, 0, 0, 0, 1, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 2, 0, 0, 0, 1

Samuel - 3 males under 5, 2 males 5-10, 1 male 10-15, 1 male 15-20, 1 male 50-60 (head?), 2 females 5-10, 1 female 10-15, 1 female 40-50 (Maria?)

IF this is correct family, then Samuel M. would be the one listed as 15-20, unless, of course, he had an older brother, then he'd be the one 10-15. Wyman and Benjamin would be covered in the first 3 males. Sarah was supposedly born in 1830, so might not be listed. However, this still leaves a total of 10 children, of which only four are known... not an impossibility, but not a likelihood, either, at this point.

Of another interesting note is that the Samuel of Wilmot does not show in that town in 1840.... Deceased? Or... possibly moved?
ANSWER? Moved to Illinois, married to Betsy. Not the right Samuel!

Should Eliphalet Kimball ever come into play, the one earlier raised as possible father of Samuel M. could NOT have been his grandfather. He married in Cornish, NH, as Eliphalet Jr., to Selinda Ripley, on the 4th of April, 1790. As a 'Junior' I suppose he could have been a BROTHER to the father of Samuel M... that is, though, a longshot at the very least.

Eliphalet SR was born @1739 and was of Plainfield, CONNECTICUT. he married Elizabeth Woodward, and had Eliphalet Jr in Plainfield, CT, on 10-Feb-1765, he married 1790 and died 1842 in Cornish, NH, and had no sons names Samuel. Still not sure if Eliphalet SR and Elizabeth Woodward might have had a son named Samuel.

In IGI, the marriage for Eliphalet Sr and Elizabeth is also recorded as taking place in Cornish, NH. (guess that all depends on source).

After a THOROUGH scrubbing of 1830 Census. IF Samuel was still living in 1830, he was NOT enumerated with family. Only three possible family groups emerged. Wilmot, Dunbarton, and Concord. Wilmot family is one of Samuel b. 1781 found in Andover records. Dunbarton one is of Sameul and Hannah, found also in 1850 for same town. And, the Concord one is of Samuel and Sophia, ran a large farm outside Concord and had many lodgers.

Suffice it to say, I TRULY believe the Andover connection/Wilmot connection is where the Samuel Kimball who married 'Maria' mystery may finally play out. The one b. 1803 d. 1831 offers a good chance for father of Wyman and B.F. but a bit of a stretch for Samuel M., IF, indeed, Samuel was truly BORN in 1814/15, and not later.

Another point of interest is that Samuel who died in 1831 is NOT enumerated in household of his father, nor, it would seem, anywhere in NH in 1830 US Census.

There's one in Rindge, NH who was 20-30, with a son, 5-10 (Samuel M?) but no younger sons. He had two daughters under 5, and a wife aged 20-30. (longshot but amongst possibles)

One in Holderness.. 2 sons 5-10, 1 son 10-15, two men, one 30-40, one 40- 50, 1 daughter under 5, 1 5-10, 2 10-15, wife 30-40. Best (likelihood, IF 2 youngest sons entered in wrong block)

One in Concord that COULD be, if much extended family or workers listed in household:
1 son under 5, 2 sons 5-10, 1 son 15-20 (Samuel M.?), three adult males (1 30-40 Samuel?) 1 40-50 and one 50-60.
2 dau under 5, 1 dau 5-10, 1 dau 15-20, adult females - 1 20-30, 1 40-50, 2 50-60.

One in Dunbarton with young ones:
2 males under 5, 2 males 5-10, 2 males 15-20, 1 male 20-30, 1 female under 5, 1 female 40-50 (elder wife?)

One in Wilmot most likely Samuel Sr (Deacon - one who married Betsey Hartford)
Listed just above Micah, here are counts for both:

Samuel, 3, 2, 1, 1, 0, 0, 0, 1. 0, 2, 1, 0, 0, 0, 1
Micah, 1, 2, 0, 0, 0, 0, 1. 0, 0, 2, 0, 0, 0, 1

Based on known family of Samuel b. 1781, the one male 50-60 would be Samuel (Deacon)

Of his OWN loins, the count of Samuel's children (assuming all alive in 1830) would have looked like this:'

2 males under 5
1 female under 5 (maybe)
2 males 5-10
1 female 5-10 (maybe 2)
1 male 10-15 (maybe 2)
1 female 10-15
3 males 15-20
there are more but not applicable for this exercise.

That said, the following 'extras': 1 male under 5 (and that's it) Could be that male died young, and just isn't reflected amongst Samuel's kids.

Hmmm... what if the 'M' in Samuel stood for Micah???? He From: http://www.kimballfamily.com/Tree/5/5-314.htm


Joseph Kimball
(Richard, Benjamin, Samuel, Samuel)
Joseph was born in Plaistow, NH on September 10, 1749 and died in Whitefield, NH on October 27, 1821.
He married on December 29, 1780 to Eunice Gallup. She died on December 25, 1795, and was buried in the Gallup cemetery at North Hartland, VT.
He married, 2nd, about 1800 to Lucy Holt.
He enlisted in 1776 in Col. Baldwin's Regiment. He was in the Canada expedition under Capt. Wyman. He was at the Battle of White Plains.
He was among the first settlers of Whitefield, going there in 1796. He assisted in organizing the town government in 1805, and was the first Town Clerk. he also served on the first board of Selectmen. He was a well educated man and was a Col. in the NH Militia.
The administration of his father's estate shows that he resided in Plainfield in 1789. There is considerable difficulty in keeping his history distinct from that of Joseph Kimball. They were both living in Plainfield at the same time and both prominent citizens. Some of the accounts say that he was born in CT, and otherwise mix him up very thoroughly with the other Joseph.
CHILDREN:
1. Joseph (6-1083), b. Plainfield, NH 9 May 1782
2. Sophia (6), b. 2 Aug 1784
3. Oliver (6-754), b. Plainfield, 5 Oct 1786
4. Lucy (6), b. 15 Sep 1788; d. Bethel, VT, 2 Jan 1866; m. 9 Oct 1806, Alexander Graham of Lebanon, NH
5. William (6-755), b. 16 Oct 1790
6. Harry (6), b. 18 Apr 1793. He was drowned while crossing the Mississippi River.
7. Samuel (6-756), b. Plainfield, 24 Jul 1795
8. Parker (6-757), b. 22 Oct 1801
9. Kitridge (6-758), b. Whitefield; d. 1807
10. Sarah Holt (6), d. 1870, Northumberland, NH
11. Thomas Holt (6-759), d. 1852, Whitefield, NH
12. Josephine Adelaide (6), b. 1813; d. 2 Mar 1892; Noah B Hatch of Northumberland, NH




Following is the RIGHT Joseph's Ancestry back to Richard Kimball of England:

Father - Samuel Kimball
(Richard, Benjamin, Samuel)
Samuel was born in Bradford, MA on August 17, 1714 and died in Plaistow, NH in 1789
He married on December 21, 1736, Hannah Abbott of Andover, MA.
He was a farmer and lived in that part of Haverhill which, after the line was run, became Plaistow, NH. He seems to have lived on the border line between Plaistow and Atkinson, for on February 17, 1768, he petitioned that his property, both real and personal, might be transferred from Atkinson to Plaistow, and this was done.
Samuel Kimball of Plaistow was guardian of the children of Jonathan Dow of Plaistow on February 27, 1768. In his father's will he is called of Haverhill, and received the portion of his father's estate situated in that town. He represented Atkinson and Plaistow in the Provincial Congress, at Exeter on December 21, 1775, and was a member of the same body in 1776. Administration of his estate was granted to his son, Joseph, then of Plainsfield, NH on August 28, 1789.
CHILDREN:
1. William (5-1037), b. 8 Feb 1737
2. John (5), b. 23 Oct 1739
3. Samuel (5), b. 27 Dec 1741; died young
4. Hannah (5-1038), b. 8 May 1743
5. Samuel (5-312), b. 5 Jul 1745; resided in Henniker, NH
6. Joshua (5-313), b. 2 Aug 1747; resided in Henniker, NH
7. Joseph (5-314), 10 Sep 1749
8. Asa (5-315), b. 5 Aug 1751; resided at Plaistow and Henniker



Grandfather - Samuel Kimball
(Richard, Benjamin)
Samuel was born in Bradford, MA on March 28, 1680 and died in 1739
He married on June 21, 1711 to Eunice Chadwick.
His will was made June 30, 1739, proven August 1739. His son James was to have his rights in Penny Cook alias Rumford, NH (now Concord). Son Andrew to have his father's property in Chester, NH. Samuel bought from Moses Day all that land and right in saw-mill that had been set off to 'Abigail, formerly Kimball, now my wife out of her father Benjamin's Estate.'
CHILDREN:
1. Mercy (4-1043), b. 7 Mar 1713
2. Samuel (4-126), b. 17 Aug 1714; resided in Plaistow, NH
3. Edmund (4-127), b. 6 Apr 1716; d. 1788, Bradford
4. William (4), b. 13 Dec 1717; died young
5. Mary (4-1044), b. 15 Dec 1719
6. Joshua (4), bapt 5 Nov 1721; died young (presumably a twin to Timothy)
7. Timothy (4-128), b. 29 Oct 1721; d. about 1765
8. James (4-129), b. 28 Jan 1723-4; resided in Haverhill
9. Andrew (4-130), b. 10 Oct 1725; resided in Brookfield, MA
10. Ann (4), b. 15 June 1729; d. 11 Aug 1748
11. Joshua (4-131), b. 10 Mar 1730; resided in Pembroke, NH


Great Grandfather - Benjamin Kimball
(Richard)
Benjamin was born in 1637, about the time that his father moved from Watertown to Ipswich, Massachusetts. He died in Bradford, MA, on June 11, 1696.
He was probably a resident of Exeter, NH in 1659, a carpenter by trade. Removed to Salisbury, MA, and was on the trial jury in 1662. Was a resident of Rowley, MA 12 May 1663, when he bought land in Rowley of Elizabeth Starret of Haverhill. At this time Rowley included within its limits the present Bradford, Georgetown and Groveland. his land was in what is now known as Bradford. On 20 Feb 1668, at the first town meeting in Merrimac, afterwards Bradford, he was chosen an overseer of the town. He was called of that town in 16 Mar 1670 and 15 Mar 1674. On 6 Jan 1675, he and his wife Mercy of Bradford, MA, sold forty acres of land to the inhabitants of that town for the use of the minister. On 23 Nov 1667, he bought several tracts of land. Among them was land which once belonged to his brother Thomas Kimball, who was killed by Indians on May 3, 1676. On May 16, 1683, residents of Bradford and other nearby towns sent a petition to the General Court asking 'that a troop be raised out of Andover, Bradford, Topsfield & Rowley Village,' as 'Newbury is far remote from us.' Benjamin Kimball's name is at the top of the list of signatures. It was also signed by Richard Kimball, either the son, or nephew, of Benjamin. Richard Kimball, his brother, died in 1676. On May 17, 1683, the General Court concurred with the petition, and established 'a Foot Compani and one of Horse,' commissioning and appointing 'Mr. John Osgood to be Capt. of the Troop....& Mr. Benj. Kimball, Cornet.' 'Ben: Kimbal' and others signed, July 9, 1690, a notice that they 'are ready & voluntarily offer our selvis to serve God, our King & Country in ye designed Expedition for Canada.' This would have been the first expedition to take the fort at Louisburg, in Nova Scotia. His house was in the west parish of old Bradford, not far from the ancient cemetery. He was a wheelwright and a farmer.
He married in Salisbury, MA, in April of 1661 to Mercy Hazeltine. She was the daughter of Robert and Ann (Langley) Hazeltine. (Robert Hazeltine and his brother John were among the earliest settlers of that part of Rowley that is now known as Bradford, and Robert had afterwards permission to ferry passengers across the Merrimack river. The first marriage recorded in the Rowley books is 'Robert Hazeltine and Ann his wife were married 10mo. 23, 1639.' Mercy was born '16, 8mo, 1642' (October 16, 1642), and died January 5, 1707-8. She was one of the first members received into the first church of Bradford, when she, with sixteen other women, were admitted on January 7, 1682-3. Her will, made May 14, 1706, was proven February 2m 1707-8. She gives the names of her children in the will.
His inventory showed that he was well off for the times. The total amount of the estate was £1060.7s. Among the assets was a one-forth interest in a saw-mill in Haverhill, Massachusetts, near the Amesbury line, that he bought from Matthew Harriman. This interest was handed down in the family for several generations.
The gravestones of Benjamin and Mercy Kimball may still be seen in the cemetery in Bradford.
CHILDREN:
12. Anna (3-1020), b. 23 Dec 1661 d. 2 Jan 1734-5
13. Mercy (3), b. 27 Dec 1663; d. 5 Feb 1663-4
14. Richard (3-36), b. 3 Dec 1664; d. 10 Jan 1710-1
15. Elizabeth (3-37), b. 24 Jul 1669; d. Bradford, MA, 24 Aug 1727
16. David (3-38), b. 26 Jul 1671; d. Bradford, 14 June 1743
17. Jonathan (3-39), b. 26 Nov 1673; d. Bradford, 30 Sep 1749
18. Robert (3-40), b. 5 Mar 1675-6; d. Bradford, 24 Feb 1743
19. Abraham (3-41), b. 24 Mar 1677-8; d. Bradford, 25 Feb 1707-8
20. Samuel (3-42), b. 28 Mar 1680; d. 1739
21. Ebenezer (3-43), b. 20 June 1684; d. Bradford, 23 Jan 1715
22. Abigail (3-44), b. 8 Sep 1686; d. Bradford, 23 Jan 1715



Great Great Grandfather - Richard Kimball(1-1)
Richard came to this country in the ship Elizabeth, William Andrews, master, in 1634. He appears to have gone, soon after landing, to Watertown, Mass. He settled in a different part of the town from that occupied by Henry Kemball (1). According to Bond and other writers Richard and Henry were brothers. There is but little evidence to support this supposition, and it seems to be mainly founded on the fact that they both came over on the same vessel. Richard is said on the shipping list to be thirty-nine years old, but he was probably somewhat older. He was, however, in the prime of life, and soon became a prominent and active man in the new settlement.
He first settled in Watertown, and his home lot is thus given by Dr. Henry Bond: 'Richard Kimball, six acres, bounded on the north by Cambridge, east by the land of W. Hamlet, south by the highway, and west by land of Edward White.'
This lot was situated a long way from the centre of the town. It is now in Cambridge, which many years ago annexed the eastern part of Watertown. The lot was situated near what is now the corner of Huron avenue and Appleton street, and near springs of water.
He was proclaimed freeman on 6 May 1635, and was a proprietor in 1636-7. Soon after this date he was invited to remove to Ipswich, where they were in need of a competent man to act as wheelwright to the new settlement. Here he spent the remainder of his days. The town granted him a house lot, 23 Feb 1637, 'next adjoining Goodwin Simons at the west end of the town.' He was also granted at the same time '40 acres Beyond the North Riuer near the land of Robert Scott.' In 1639 he had liberty to pasture 'two cows free.' On 'the last day of the last month 1641' he is mentioned as 'Among the Commoners of Ipswich.' He was appointed one of the seven men on 1 Mar 1645. On the '22nd day of the tenth mo. 1647' he was allowed two Pounds for killing two foxes.
His services as wheelwright were appreciated by his townspeople, for he was permitted in January, 1649, 'to fell such White Oaks as he hath occasion to use about his trade for the town use.'
19 Dec 1648, he contributed with others three shillings as his annual proportion toward the sum of £27, 7s, as a rate for the service of their military leader, Major David Dennison, then commander of the military forces of Essex and Norfolk counties.
In September, 1652, he was one of the appraisers of the estate of John Cross, one of the earliest settlers of Ipswich.
On the '25th day, 11 mo 1652,' he and his son Richard, Wheelwrights, 'for £14, seel 30 acres upland bounding on the land of Mr. John Winthrop,' also another lot of land of ten acres of 'medow.' 1653 he was one of a committee of three to survey fences in the common fields north of the river. His brother-in-law, Thomas Scott, died Feb. 1653-4 and he was joint executor with Edmund Bridges of his will. On May 25, 1654, their official position was recognized by Thomas Scott, Jr., then a resident of Stamford, Conn.
In 1660 he was granted the right 'to fell 20 white oak trees to make wheels for the townsmen their use.' In 1664 he owned 43 shares in 'Plumb Island.'
Richard Kimball was of the parish of Rattlesden, county of Suffolk, England, as is shown by the following entry on the parish register:
' Henry Kemball ye sonne of Richard and Vrsula his wife baptized 1615 12 of August.'
Ursula Scott, Richard's first wife, and mother of all his children, was the daughter of Henry Scott of Rattlesden. The Scott family had been in Suffolk county almost as long as the Kemball family. George Scott, grandfather of Henry, was buried at Bradsfield, St. George, 30 Aug 1562. Ursula was baptised at Rattlesden 14 Feb 1596-7, and married Richard Kemball in 1613. The will of Henry Scott, Ursula's father, serves to establish the relationship between the families.
'To Abigale Kemball my grandchild twenty shillings to be paid at 21 to Henrie Kemball my grandchild twenty shillings to be paid at 21 to Elizabeth Kemball my grandchild twenty shillings to be paid at 21 to Richard Kemball my grandchild twenty shillings to be paid at 21.' He also mentions his wife Martha, and sons Roger and Thomas Scott. Thomas Scott came with his wife, Elizabeth (Strutt) Scott and children to this country on the same vessel as Richard and his family, and they brought Martha (Whatlock) Scott with them. Elizabeth Strutt was also of Rattlesden; her parents were probably Christopher and Anne (Waller) Strutt. She married Thomas Scott at Rattlesden, 20 Jul 1620. Among the children of Thomas Scott was Elizabeth, bapt. 18 Nov 1623, in Suffolk, and given in the shipping list as 9 years of age. This Elizabeth Scott married in Rowley, MA in 1647, John Spofford, from an ancient Yorkshire family (pre-dating 106, according to the records). John Spofford was the son of another John Spofford, who, in 1662, lost his ministery in Silkston, Yorkshire for 'non-conformity.' He was, of course, a Puritan. A daughter of John and Elizabeth (Scott) Spofford, Sarah Spofford, born 22 Mar 1661-2, married Richard Kimball(3). The passengers on the Elizabeth were very much an inter-related group; it also included Munnings, undoubtedly related to Richard Kimball.
Henry Scott's will was made '24 Sept. 1625 in the 21st year of James of England by Henry Scott of Rattlesden in the Co. of Suffolk and the diocese of Norwich.' It was proved in the court of the Arch deacon of Sudbury 10 January 1624-5. As Thomas Scott settled in Ipswich this may have had some influence in causing Richard's removal from Watertown. Henry Scott was buried in Rattlesden 24 Dec. 1624. (Parish Register.)
Ursula (Scott) Kimball apparently died in Ipswich 1 Mar 1660, although another record gives her death as 17 June 1656. Richard Kimball married second, 23 Oct 1661, Margaret (Cole) Dow, widow of Henry Dow of Hamptom, New Hampshire. There were no children from this marriage, although, from his will, Richard evidently held Margaret Dow's children from her first marriage in great affection. (NEW&GR), (Hotten), (Spofford)


Richard Kimball's Children
23. Abigail (2-2), born Rattlesden, Suffolk County, England. Died in Salisbury, MA June 17, 1658
24. Henry (2-3), born Rattlesden, Suffolk County, England. There seems to be some doubt as to Henry's exact age. It is given on the shipping list as aged 15, in 1634. This would give the year of his birth as 1619. But it is evident that ages on the shipping lists are only approximate. Henry himself deposes in court, September 28, 1669, that he is aged 53. This would give the year of his birth as 1616. But the parish records at Rattlesden are as follows: '12, Aug. 1615 Henry Kemball ye sone of Richard and Vrsula his wife baptized.'
25. Elizabeth (2), born Rattlesden, 1621. There is no record of her marriage. She was alive in 1675.
26. Richard (2-4), born Rattlesden, 1623. Died Wenham, MA May 26, 1676
27. Mary (2-5), born Rattlesden, 1625. In a deposition in 1665 she states that she is 36, which would give her birth as 1629.
28. Martha (2-6), born Rattlesden, 1629
29. John (2-7), born Rattlesden, 1631. Died May 6, 1698
30. Thomas (2-8), born Rattlesden, 1633. Died May 2, 1676
31. Sarah (2-9), born Rattlesden, 1635. Died June 12, 1690
32. Benjamin (2-10), born Rattlesden, 1637. Died June 11, 1696
33. Caleb (2-11), born Rattlesden, 1639. Died 1682. He was born between 1770 and 1800 at USA. He was the son of Mr. Kimball and Mrs. Kimball.

Children of Samuel **** Kimball and Maria ?
Hovey Kimball (living)
Samuel M. Kimball+ b. Mar 1815, d. 13 Oct 1856
Daniel H. Kimball b. c 1822
Benjamin Franklin Kimball+ b. 1826, d. 13 Mar 1890
Wyman P. Kimball+ b. 17 Jan 1828, d. 27 May 1906
Sarah Ann (or E.) Kimball b. c 1830

Maria ? (F)

Children of Maria ? and Samuel **** Kimball
Hovey Kimball (living)
Samuel M. Kimball+ b. Mar 1815, d. 13 Oct 1856
Daniel H. Kimball b. c 1822
Benjamin Franklin Kimball+ b. 1826, d. 13 Mar 1890
Wyman P. Kimball+ b. 17 Jan 1828, d. 27 May 1906
Sarah Ann (or E.) Kimball b. c 1830

Wyman P. Kimball (M)
b. 17 January 1828, d. 27 May 1906
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     Wyman P. Kimball According to Jean Kimball, it was Wyman and Sarah who went to the Shaker Colony in Enfield in 1837, and left their in 1849.
According to Muriel Kimball, Wyman entered Shaker Colony on 20-Dec-1837, and left them on 17-Jan-1849.
According to New London History (prior to 1900), Wyman was born in 1832, not 1828, but all census records indicate he was born earlier.

Wyman is buried in the Old Main St. Cemetery in New London, NH, on the Kimball/Call lot. This 'lot' is located near the 'main' entrance to the cemtery, where a wooden gate controls access, but a small opening for foot traffic is always open. If you enter through the open 'gate', in front of you, slightly to your left is the Jonas Call marker. It rests on the corner of the Kimball/Call lot, with Wyman's on the next corner, facing away from the cemetery entrance. This entrance is the one closest to the Historical Marker for the cemetery, on Old Main Street.

It's interesting to note that the Sutton/New London Kimball conections include a Kimall or two who married Wymans (surname).
Might this be the case for an earlier generation, leading to Wyman's given name?

Wyman Kimball is listed in the 1850 Census in Wilmot, Merrimack County, NH, on page 131.
He is living in the home of David Jones, at age 22, a farmer, b. NH.

Son, Edward, listed Wyman b. Orange on his marriage record.

1850 US Census for Wilmot, NH:

in house of David Jones (have) house 218

Michael Kimball, in house 32:

KIMBALL:
Michael, age 66, farmer, b. MA
Martha, age 63, b. NH
Martha A., age 33, NH
Eliphalet, age 37, farmer, NH (h/o or b/o Martha A?)
Charles, age 24, NH

This is the only other Kimball family in Wilmot in 1850. SURELY, if Michael (b. @1784) and Martha (b. @1787) were parents to children born as late as 1826, might they not also be parents or, at least uncle and aunt of Samuel, Wyman, B.F., etc? Michael is same listed in 1830/40 for Wilmot as 'Micah' According to some Kimball researchers, Michael was b. 1782 in New London, NH, and married Martha Gay, b. 01-Oct-1786, New London, NH. This would fit with her father being Eliphalet Gay, b. 1759, MA.


1860 Census Wyman is still living in Wilmot, but is now married with children, on page 964, abode 47, family 45:

Wyman P. Kimball, 32, M, a currier
Martha A. Kimball, 28, F,
George L. Kimball, 6, M
May I. Kimball, 2, F
Austin Morgan, 22, M, Farm Laborer (brother of Martha)
Daniel Morgan, 38, M, currier (though age off, probably a BROTHER of Horace Morgan)
Sydney Morgan, 21, M, currier (cousin? of Martha - son of Horace Morgan & Mary - Sidney F. Morgan)

(NOTE: Horace and Daniel Morgan sons of James Morgan, b. 1784, New London, NH and Eliza Stanley)

All of the above listed born in NH. The Morgan 'boys' are quite likely brothers or cousins to Martha.

Information on wife and children taken from 1870 Census for Sunapee, Sullivan County, page 12.
Wyman was a farmer, with value of real estate, 2400, value of personal estate, 1500.

1880 US Census for New London, Merrimack, New Hampshire:

Wyman KIMBALL Self M Male W 52 NH Farmer NH NH
Martha A. KIMBALL Wife M Female W 49 NH Keeping House NH NH
Edwin W. KIMBALL Son S Male W 18 NH Works Farm NH NH
Cora B. KIMBALL Dau S Female W 16 NH At School NH NH
John TRUSSELL Other Male W 77 NH NH NH

A record of ONE Wyman Kimball indicates him born 1828 in Westford, Chittenden, VT with father of Charles Kimball and mother of Caroline Stevens (LDS). That would be yet ANOTHER potential father/parent couple for Samuel and kin.

FROM JEAN KIMBALL, also connected to Muriel Cole:

I have lots of info on Wyman's wife Martha Ann Morgan. They were married 5 Sep 1852 in Sutton, NH although no official record exists. Now, I'm trying to find more about about the Samuel and Maria Kimball who are supposedly Wyman, Samuel and Benjamin Franklin's parents. So far no luck on WHICH Samuel and Maria!!! What is your story behind Wyman P. and Martha??
Jean Kimball

'A History of the Town of New London, New Hampshire' by Myra B. Lord - 1899, gives Wyman's birth year as 1832. Perhaps this was a christening date? It DOES confirm his date of marriage to Martha, however!! And could merley be a 3 vice 2 in transcription.

Wyman's D.C.:

Wyman P. Kimball;
Place of death : Springfield, NH (no other address);
How long a resident: 7 years;
Date of death: year 1906, mo May, day 27;
Age: years 78, mos 4, days 10;
Place of birth: .........;
Date of birth: year 1828, mo Jan, day 17;
Sex: M, Color: W, Marital status: Divorced;
Occupation: Farmer;
Cause of death: Nephritis;
Duration: years;
Contributing Cause: Cystitis;
Duration: year;
No name of father, mother, their birth places or occupation of the father;
Name of Physician reporting death: A.M. F.ernald M.D;
P.O. Address: Sutton, NH ;
Place of internment: New London, N.H;
Date of internment: May 31, 1906;
Name of Cemetery Cemetery St. Cemetery;
Sexton: J.F.P. Call; (NOTE: This is Jonas Franklin Pierce Call)
P.O. Address: New London, N.H.

Burial Permit says permission was given to Charles Russell to remove the remains of Wyman P. Kimball (from Springfield) to New London, N.H. for burial in the Cemetery St. Cemetery. Apparently, what used to be called the Cemetery Street Cemetery
became the 'Old Main Street Cemetery'. Certainly discounts the 1832 year of birth, no matter how you 'slice' it. Don't believe he'd have been baptized on his fourth birthday, either, though that COULD be a consideration. He was born on 17 January 1828 at North Wilmot, New Hampshire, USA. He was the son of Samuel **** Kimball and Maria ?. Wyman P. Kimball married Martha Ann Morgan, daughter of Obediah Morgan and Huldah Messer, on 5 September 1852 at Sutton, New Hampshire, USA. Wyman P. Kimball died on 27 May 1906 at Springfield, New Hampshire, USA, at age 78. He was buried on 31 May 1906 at Old Main Street Cemetery, New London, New Hampshire, USA.

Children of Wyman P. Kimball and Martha Ann Morgan
George L. Kimball b. 6 Aug 1853, d. 13 Oct 1873
Ida May Kimball+ b. 18 Aug 1857, d. 3 Feb 1909
Edward Wyman Kimball+ b. 30 Mar 1862, d. 1 Jun 1924
Cora Bell Kimball b. 14 Feb 1864, d. 20 Feb 1883

Alva Canfield (M)
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     Alva Canfield is the son of Alva Canfield and Ethel J. (Szucs) Seuch.

Guy Somers (M)

Children of Guy Somers and Linda Susan Nelson
Dawn Marie Somers (living)
Gregory Edward Somers (living)

Dawn Marie Somers (F)
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     Dawn Marie Somers is the daughter of Guy Somers and Linda Susan Nelson.

Gregory Edward Somers (M)
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     Gregory Edward Somers is the son of Guy Somers and Linda Susan Nelson.

Haley Jensen (F)
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     Haley Jensen is the daughter of Karl Jensen and Laurie 'Lori' Christine Nelson.

Soren Iversen Gandrup (M)
b. 16 March 1881, d. 9 August 1958
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     Soren Iversen Gandrup Soren is listed in 1930 US Census (enumerated on 5 May 1930) in Greenwich, Fairfield, Connecticut, in the TOWN of Greenwich, but in the 'unincorporated place' known as 'East Port Chester'. He and his wife were living at #11 Chestnut Street, age 48 born in CT, father and Mother in Denmark, he worked 'construction' on the Railroad.

His wife, Georgiana, age 44 born in CT as were both parents.

Their ages at marriage are listed as 23 and 18, which indicates her birth month being later in the year than Soren's.

GANDRUP, SOREN I
Death Date: August 09 1958
Race: White
Death Place: Greenwich, Fairfield, Connecticut
Sex: Male
Spouse: GEOR
Age: 77 Years
Birth Place:
Residence: Greenwich, Fairfield, Connecticut
Birth Date:
Address:
Father:
Industry:
Occupation:
State File #: 13840. He was born on 16 March 1881 at US, possibly NY. He was the son of Bertel (Berthel) Iversen Ganderup and Karen Jensdatter Kjerkegaard. Soren Iversen Gandrup married Georgiana (Georgia?) Mead, daughter of Mary UNKNOWN, on 26 March 1904. Soren Iversen Gandrup died on 9 August 1958 at East Port Chester, Greenwich, Fairfield, Connecticut, USA, at age 77.

Georgiana (Georgia?) Mead (F)
b. circa 1885, d. 27 June 1953
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     Her married name was Gandrup. Georgiana (Georgia?) Mead Birth month somewhere from March-June 1885, based on marriage information and death date.

GANDRUP, GEORG M
Death Date: June 27 1953
Race: White
Death Place: Greenwich, Fairfield, Connecticut
Sex: Female
Spouse: SORE
Age: 67 Years
Birth Place:
Residence: Greenwich, Fairfield, Connecticut
Birth Date:
Address:
Father:
Industry:
Occupation:
State File #: 09233. She was born circa 1885. She was the daughter of Mary UNKNOWN. Georgiana (Georgia?) Mead married Soren Iversen Gandrup, son of Bertel (Berthel) Iversen Ganderup and Karen Jensdatter Kjerkegaard, on 26 March 1904. Georgiana (Georgia?) Mead died on 27 June 1953 at East Port Chester, Greenwich, Fairfield, Connecticut, USA.

Karen 'Carrie' Gandrup (F)
b. 19 November 1885, d. 26 June 1952
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     Her married name was Hyatt. Karen 'Carrie' Gandrup Though family records indicate a marriage date of 1911, the US Census for 1910, indicates they were married at the time of the Census (enumerated on the 15th of April, 1910) I truly believe they WERE married in 1910! She was born on 19 November 1885 at Connecticut? or New York, USA. She was the daughter of Bertel (Berthel) Iversen Ganderup and Anna Margarethe Kjerkegaard. Karen 'Carrie' Gandrup married Elmer H. Hyatt, son of James Henry Hyatt and Alice Hall, on 13 April 1911 at Connecticut, USA. Karen 'Carrie' Gandrup died on 26 June 1952 at age 66.

Elmer H. Hyatt (M)
b. 3 September 1887, d. 06/07-APR-1951
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     Elmer H. Hyatt died 06/07-APR-1951 at Shelton, Fairfield, Connecticut, USA. He Brother of Ethel Belle (Hyatt) Gandrup. In 1920 Census, for Norwalk, Fairfield, Connecticut, the following is listed for Elmer and Carrie:
Residing at #14 Betts Place in Norwalk:
Hyatt, Elmer, age 32, b. CT, FA: CT, MO: CT, a hatter in a hat factory
Hyatt, Carrie, age 34, b. CT, FA: Denmark, MO: Denmark.

1930 US Census, same location, same house, etc:

Hyatt, Elmer H., 42, Mar@22 now a 'Finisher' in likely the same hat shop. It now lists his mother's birth place as New York.
Hyatt, Carrie G., 44, Mar@24,all else for Carrie remains same as in 1920.

In 1930 Census,at least, Elmer is listed as a Veteran of 'WW' or, WWI.

CT Death Index shows date of death as 06 April 1951, in Shelton. Residence listed as Norwalk. age, as 63. He was born on 3 September 1887 at Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut, USA. He was the son of James Henry Hyatt and Alice Hall. Elmer H. Hyatt married Karen 'Carrie' Gandrup, daughter of Bertel (Berthel) Iversen Ganderup and Anna Margarethe Kjerkegaard, on 13 April 1911 at Connecticut, USA.

James Henry Hyatt (M)
b. 29 July 1861, d. 8 December 1932

     James Henry Hyatt May have married, 2nd, a Bessie L. Hoyt, date unknown, but MAY be mother of Ethel. He was born on 29 July 1861 at Haverstraw, New York, USA. He married Alice Hall on 25 March 1883 at Vista, New York, USA. James Henry Hyatt died on 8 December 1932 at Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut, USA, at age 71.

Children of James Henry Hyatt and Alice Hall
Elmer H. Hyatt b. 3 Sep 1887, d. 06/07-APR-1951
Ethel Belle Hyatt+ b. 26 Sep 1902, d. 27 Jun 1982

Alice Hall (F)
d. 25-FEB=1899

     Alice Hall died 25-FEB=1899 at Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut, USA. She Based on at least one source, doubtful Alice really is mother of Ethel. Seems she died 1899 and Ethel b. 1902. Alice is a descendant of Gilead Hyatt, b. 1795, lived in Fairfield County, CT. Her married name was Hyatt. She was born at Connecticut or L.I., NY, USA. She married James Henry Hyatt on 25 March 1883 at Vista, New York, USA.

Children of Alice Hall and James Henry Hyatt
Elmer H. Hyatt b. 3 Sep 1887, d. 06/07-APR-1951
Ethel Belle Hyatt+ b. 26 Sep 1902, d. 27 Jun 1982

John Walkley Gandrup (M)
b. 17 February 1937, d. 7 August 1971
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     John Walkley Gandrup GANDRUP, JOHN W
Death Date: August 07 1971
Race: White
Death Place:
Norwalk, , Connecticut
Sex: Unknown
Spouse:
Age: 34 Years
Birth Place:
Residence: Norwalk, , Connecticut
Birth Date:
Address:
Father:
Industry:
Occupation:
State File #: 16629

Cause of death listed on burial record as 'Convulsions'.

Obituary accompanying burial record:

'John W. Gandrup, 34, of 59 Silvermine Avenue, Norwalk, died early this morning in his home after a long illness.
He was a native of Norwalk. He is survived by his mother, Mrs. John I. (Cora Walkley) Gandrup.'
Followed by funeral info/location. He was born on 17 February 1937. He was the son of John Iversen Gandrup and Cora Belle Walkley. John Walkley Gandrup died on 7 August 1971 at Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut, USA, at age 34. He was buried on 9 August 1971 at Riverside Cemetery, Norwalk, Connecticut, USA.

Bertha Gandrup (F)
b. 11 November 1892, d. 1 June 1958
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     Her married name was Ross. Bertha Gandrup was born on 11 November 1892. She was the daughter of Bertel (Berthel) Iversen Ganderup and Anna Margarethe Kjerkegaard. Bertha Gandrup married George Patrick Ross on 3 July 1917 at Connecticut, USA. Bertha Gandrup died on 1 June 1958 at age 65.

George Patrick Ross (M)
b. circa 1892, d. 29 September 1964

     George Patrick Ross Appears as 'son-in-law' with the Berthel/Anna group in Norwalk 1920 Census. Married to Bertha, age 28. He was born circa 1892 at Connecticut, USA. He married Bertha Gandrup, daughter of Bertel (Berthel) Iversen Ganderup and Anna Margarethe Kjerkegaard, on 3 July 1917 at Connecticut, USA. George Patrick Ross died on 29 September 1964.

Anna Marie Gandrup (F)
b. 8 May 1894, d. July 1921
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     Anna Marie Gandrup was born on 8 May 1894. She was the daughter of Bertel (Berthel) Iversen Ganderup and Anna Margarethe Kjerkegaard. Anna Marie Gandrup died in July 1921 at Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut, USA, at age 27. She was buried on 23 July 1921 at Riverside Cemetery, Norwalk, Connecticut, USA.

Chester Buttery (M)
b. 7 October 1895, d. March 1964

     Chester Buttery SSAN - 040-22-1108. He was born on 7 October 1895 at Connecticut, USA. He died in March 1964 at Massachusetts, USA, at age 68.

Gunda Gandrup (F)
b. 29 July 1896, d. 19 November 1963
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     Her married name was Carruthers. Gunda Gandrup Seen in mother's obit as Guada. She was born on 29 July 1896. She was the daughter of Bertel (Berthel) Iversen Ganderup and Anna Margarethe Kjerkegaard. Gunda Gandrup married Robert Carruthers, son of Robert Carruthers and Rachel ?, on 7 February 1917. Gunda Gandrup died on 19 November 1963 at Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut, USA, at age 67.

Robert Carruthers (M)
b. circa 1893, d. 21 June 1951
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     Robert Carruthers Possibly a 'Jr.' CT Death Index shows a date of 26-Jun-1951, in Norwalk, listed as dying at 58 years of age, putting his birth around 1893.

NOTE: Another Robert Carruthers appears in Norwalk Censuses for 1920 and 1930, 30 years elder than this Robert. This COULD be 'Robert Carruthers, Sr.' If so, shows born in England, likely around 1863.

Robert (Jr.) Does not appear in the 1930 Census, for some reason, only the elder Robert, at age 66, is listed.

However, in 1920 Census for Connecticut, Fairfield, Norwalk, ED# 148 , the following is listed for this Robert:
Robert - age 27, b. CT, Fa: England, Mo: Scotland, truck driver for some 'Yard'.
Gunda - age 23, b. NY, Fa: Denmark, Mo: Denmark, weaver in a silk mill.

NOTE: The following families living in CLOSE proximity, and some showing on the same page -
George P. Ross and Bertha (Gandrup), Anna M. Gandrup (Berthel on previous page) and family,
Christina Canfield w/ dau. Laura and son Alva. He was born circa 1893. He was the son of Robert Carruthers and Rachel ?. Robert Carruthers married Gunda Gandrup, daughter of Bertel (Berthel) Iversen Ganderup and Anna Margarethe Kjerkegaard, on 7 February 1917. Robert Carruthers died on 21 June 1951.

Christian J. Hvolbeck (M)
b. 11 June 1888, d. 15 May 1948

     Christian J. Hvolbeck was born on 11 June 1888. He married Esther Gandrup, daughter of Bertel (Berthel) Iversen Ganderup and Anna Margarethe Kjerkegaard, on 12 October 1920. Christian J. Hvolbeck died on 15 May 1948 at NY or CT (Port Chester or East Port Chester) at age 59.

Robert Carruthers (M)
b. circa 1863

     Robert Carruthers Info taken from 1920 US Census for CT, Fairfield County, Norwalk, ED#147. Robert was naturalized in 1906, but arrived in what LOOKS like 1890, in the US. LOOKS like Rachedl arrived closer to 1900. Robert was a blacksmith for an engineering company. He was born circa 1863 at England.

Children of Robert Carruthers and Rachel ?
Robert Carruthers b. c 1893, d. 21 Jun 1951
David H. Carruthers (living)
John Carruthers (living)

Rachel ? (F)
b. circa 1864

     Rachel ? was born circa 1864 at Scotland.

Children of Rachel ? and Robert Carruthers
Robert Carruthers b. c 1893, d. 21 Jun 1951
David H. Carruthers (living)
John Carruthers (living)

David H. Carruthers (M)
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     David H. Carruthers is the son of Robert Carruthers and Rachel ?.

John Carruthers (M)
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     John Carruthers is the son of Robert Carruthers and Rachel ?.

Female Gandrup (F)
b. 19 May 1929, d. 19 May 1929
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     Female Gandrup Died after only one hour of life. She died on 19 May 1929 at age 0. She was born on 19 May 1929. She was the daughter of Frederick Iversen Gandrup and Ethel Belle Hyatt.

Joan Eaton (F)

     Joan Eaton married Bradley Fred Gandrup, son of Frederick Iversen Gandrup and Ethel Belle Hyatt, on 9 November 1974.

Children of Joan Eaton and Mr. Cochrane
Kim Cochrane (living)
Robert Cochrane (living)

Mr. Cochrane (M)

Children of Mr. Cochrane and Joan Eaton
Kim Cochrane (living)
Robert Cochrane (living)

Kim Cochrane (F)
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     Kim Cochrane is the daughter of Mr. Cochrane and Joan Eaton.

Robert Cochrane (M)
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     Robert Cochrane is the son of Mr. Cochrane and Joan Eaton.

Annie Gandrup (F)
b. between 1882 and 1883, d. between 1882 and 1883
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     Annie Gandrup Mother and child died during childbirth. She died between 1882 and 1883. She was born between 1882 and 1883 at US, Possibly NY?. She was the daughter of Bertel (Berthel) Iversen Ganderup and Karen Jensdatter Kjerkegaard.

Martha Ann Morgan (F)
b. 18 February 1831, d. 3 May 1894
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     Her married name was Kimball. Martha Ann Morgan was born on 18 February 1831 at Sutton, Merrimack County, New Hampshire, USA. She was the daughter of Obediah Morgan and Huldah Messer. Martha Ann Morgan married Wyman P. Kimball, son of Samuel **** Kimball and Maria ?, on 5 September 1852 at Sutton, New Hampshire, USA. Martha Ann Morgan died on 3 May 1894 at New London, New Hampshire, USA, at age 63. She was buried on 5 May 1894 at Old Main Street Cemetery, New London, New Hampshire, USA.

Children of Martha Ann Morgan and Wyman P. Kimball
George L. Kimball b. 6 Aug 1853, d. 13 Oct 1873
Ida May Kimball+ b. 18 Aug 1857, d. 3 Feb 1909
Edward Wyman Kimball+ b. 30 Mar 1862, d. 1 Jun 1924
Cora Bell Kimball b. 14 Feb 1864, d. 20 Feb 1883

George L. Kimball (M)
b. 6 August 1853, d. 13 October 1873
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     George L. Kimball was born on 6 August 1853 at New Hampshire, USA. He was the son of Wyman P. Kimball and Martha Ann Morgan. George L. Kimball was buried in 1873 at Old Main Street Cemetery, New London, New Hampshire, USA. He died on 13 October 1873 at New Hampshire, USA, at age 20.

Ida May Kimball (F)
b. 18 August 1857, d. 3 February 1909
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     Her married name was Call. Ida May Kimball Likely Ida May, as in later census, she is listed as May I. Kimball. In Enfield Vital Records, she is listed as born in Enfield on 15 August (not 18th).

In History of Sutton, mentions two children, 'Cora' and 'Minnie'. Unrecognized GEDCOM data: Unknown GEDCOM tag: Unknown GEDCOM info: JPEG Unknown GEDCOM info: C:\BK5\full\Picture\call_j_f_p.jpg. She was born on 18 August 1857 at Enfield, Grafton County, New Hampshire, USA. She was the daughter of Wyman P. Kimball and Martha Ann Morgan. Ida May Kimball married Jonas Franklin Pierce Call, son of Reuben M. Call and Sarah Stickney, on 5 March 1877 at New London, Merrimack County, New Hampshire, USA. Ida May Kimball was buried in 1909 at Old Main Street Cemetery, New London, New Hampshire, USA. She died on 3 February 1909 at Hanover, New Hampshire, USA, at age 51.

Children of Ida May Kimball and Jonas Franklin Pierce Call
Elenora Belle Call b. 2 Nov 1878, d. 1967
Winfield Scott Call , Sr.+ b. 25 Aug 1881, d. 16 Oct 1964
Shirley Stickney Call+ b. 27 Oct 1891, d. Oct 1973

Edward Wyman Kimball (M)
b. 30 March 1862, d. 1 June 1924
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     Edward Wyman Kimball Resided with wife Ola and children in North Sutton, NH.

Rarely seen as Edwin. He was a stone mason. Interestingly, on his marker he's Edwin.

Not sure why, but couldn't find family in 1900 Census on some sites. DID finally find, though, so here's the family in 1900 US Census for Sutton, Merrimack County, New Hamsphire:

KIMBALL:

Edward W., head, w, m, Mar-1863, 37, M-16, NH, NH, NH, farmer
Ola E., wife, w, f, Sep-1868, 31, M-16, 3/3, NH, ME, NH
Etta B., dau, w, f, Jun-1885, 14, S, NH, NH, NH, at school
Cora M., dau, w, f, Feb-1888, 12, S, NH, NH, NH, at school
Gladys O., dau, w, f, Feb-1897, 3, S, NH, NH, NH

In 1920 US Census, Edward is boarding in home of John W. Perkins in Sutton, NH, listed as married, but no signe of Ola in that enumeration.

Sutton 1900-01 Directory: KIMBALL Edward W., laborer, no. Sutton. He was born on 30 March 1862 at Sunapee, Sullivan County, New Hampshire, USA. He was the son of Wyman P. Kimball and Martha Ann Morgan. Edward Wyman Kimball married Ola Edith (Eunice) Goings, daughter of Comfort Claude Goings and Mary Hurd Pike, in April 1884 at New London, Merrimack County, New Hampshire, USA. Edward Wyman Kimball married Ola Edith (Eunice) Goings, daughter of Comfort Claude Goings and Mary Hurd Pike, on 7 April 1885 at New London, Merrimack County, New Hampshire, USA. Edward Wyman Kimball was buried in 1924 at Old Main Street Cemetery, New London, New Hampshire, USA. He died on 1 June 1924 at New London, Merrimack County, New Hampshire, USA, at age 62.

Children of Edward Wyman Kimball and Ola Edith (Eunice) Goings
Etta Belle Kimball+ b. 27 Jun 1885, d. 15 Feb 1970
Cora May Kimball+ b. 24 Feb 1888, d. 1 Mar 1913
Gladys Ola Kimball+ b. 6 Feb 1897, d. 18 Aug 1974

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