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Sarah Lent (F)
b. circa 1870
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     Sarah Lent was born circa 1870. She was the daughter of James Lent and Letitia UNKNOWN.

Lizzie Lent (F)
b. circa 1872
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     Lizzie Lent was born circa 1872. She was the daughter of James Lent and Letitia UNKNOWN.

Alexander Kish (M)
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     Alexander Kish is the son of Gabriel (Gabor) 'Gabe' Kiss and Susan Gargya.

Roy Decker (M)

Children of Roy Decker and Agnes Teresa Berglund
Shirley Decker (living)
Roy Decker (living)
Nancy Decker (living)
Maren Decker (living)
Jimmy Decker (living)

Elvira Teresia Andersson Berglund (F)
b. circa 1880, d. 29 January 1954
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     Elvira Teresia Andersson Berglund She died, never having married. Her obituary reads as follows:

'Miss Elvira T. Berglund - Miss Elvira Theresa Berglund, 73, of ?153? Ferry Avenue, died Friday noon in Norwalk Hospital. She was born in Sweden and had lived here for 44 years. She is survived by one sister, Mrs. Cecil? Anderson of Dalsland, Sweden, and one brother, Carl A. Berglund of Norwalk, and several nieces and nephews. She was born circa 1880 at Sweden. She was the daughter of Karl Johan Andersson Berglund and Fredrika Nilsdotter. Elvira Teresia Andersson Berglund died on 29 January 1954 at Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut, USA. She was buried on 1 February 1954 at Riverside Cemetery, Norwalk, Connecticut, USA.

Joseph Mastro (M)

Jacob Cooper (M)
b. 16 February 1908, d. 7 September 1990

     Jacob Cooper Jacob was, at one time, VP and Treasurer for Gilbert & Bennet Co.
He lived in Wilton, when he died in 1990, at 5 Topfield Road.

Name: JACOB COOPER
Father's Surname: COOPER
Death Date: 07 September 1990
Death Place: Wilton, Fairfield, Connecticut
Age: 82 Years
Birth Place: New Jersey
Birth Date: 16 February 1908
Marital Status: Married
Spouse: ELLEN
State File #: 20450
Occupation: RET V P AND TREAS
Industry: GILBERT & BENNET CO
Education: College
Residence: Wilton, Fairfield, Connecticut
Address: 5 TOPFIELD RD , 068973506
Gender: Male
Race: White
Hispanic Origin: No

MAY be son of Drury W. and Esther N. Cooper, as listed in 1930 US Census for Montclair, Essex Co, NJ. He was born on 16 February 1908 at New Jersey, USA. He married Ellen Olava Berglund, daughter of Carl Ansgar Berglund , Sr. and Anna Sophie Nilson, on 4 December 1955 at USA. Jacob Cooper died on 7 September 1990 at Wilton, Connecticut, USA, at age 82.

Child of Jacob Cooper and Ellen Olava Berglund
Ellen Anne Cooper (living)

John Howard Anderson (M)

     John Howard Anderson married Anna Selma Cecilia Berglund, daughter of Carl Ansgar Berglund , Sr. and Anna Sophie Nilson, on 20 November 1948 at East Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut, USA.

Children of John Howard Anderson and Anna Selma Cecilia Berglund
John Howard Anderson (living)
Karen Ann Anderson+ (living)

Sylvester Richmond Tripp (M)
b. 29 September 1833, d. 2 March 1907
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     Sylvester Richmond Tripp was buried at Leominster, Massachusetts, USA. He was naturalized; Hatter. He 1900 US Census for Bridgeport, Fairfield, CT, for 370 Olive Street, family 176, reads as follows:

Tripp, Sylvester, head, w, m, Sep-1833, 66, M-44, CT, NY, CT, (Maker or Hater - ?Hatter?)
Tripp, Hanna, wife, w, f, Apr-1833, 67, M-44, 5/3, CT, CT, CT,
Canfield, Carry, dau, W, F, Feb-1861, 39, D, 1/1, CT, CT, CT, forelady in a factory ?Nabian? ?Nation?
Canfield, Mildred, g.dau, w, f, Jun-1888, 11, S, CT, CT, CT,

And, again, MORE information from Davida Mathey, though still no direct connection with her established:

ID: I49517984
Name: Sylvester Richmond TRIPP
Given Name: Sylvester Richmond
Surname: Tripp
Sex: M
Birth: 29 Sep 1833 in Sherman ,Conn.
Death: 2 Mar 1907 in Odd Fellows Home, Groton, Conn
Burial: Leominster, MA
Occupation: Hatter
Change Date: 23 Oct 2000

Father: Isaac B. TRIPP b: Abt 1810 in New York
Mother: Esther SPENCER b: Abt 1814 in New York

Marriage 1 Hanna Roxanna HAWLEY b: 11 Apr 1834 in Danbury, Conn.
Married: 23 Sep 1857 in Danbury, Conn.
Children
Mary Esther TRIPP b: 16 May 1859 in Danbury, Conn.
Carrie Emma TRIPP b: 25 Feb 1861 in Danbury, Conn.
Kate Jane TRIPP b: 28 Dec 1862 in Danbury, Conn.
George Sylvester TRIPP b: 26 Dec 1868 in Danbury, Conn.
Willie Leonard TRIPP b: 3 Sep 1871. He was born on 29 September 1833 at Sherman, Connecticut, USA. He was the son of Isaac B. Tripp and Esther Spencer. Sylvester Richmond Tripp married Hannah Roxanna Hawley, daughter of John S. Hawley and Polly Slocum, on 23 September 1857 at Danbury, Connecticut, USA. Sylvester Richmond Tripp died on 2 March 1907 at Groton, Connecticut, USA, at age 73.

Children of Sylvester Richmond Tripp and Hannah Roxanna Hawley
Mary Esther Tripp b. 16 May 1859
Carrie Emma Tripp+ b. 25 Feb 1861, d. 22 Jan 1916
Kate Jane Tripp b. 28 Dec 1862, d. Jun 1951
George Sylvester Tripp b. 26 Dec 1868
Willie Leonard Tripp b. 3 Sep 1871

Hannah Roxanna Hawley (F)
b. between 11 April 1833 and 1834, d. 31 January 1911
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     Her married name was Tripp. Hannah Roxanna Hawley was buried at Leominster, Massachusetts, USA. She was born between 11 April 1833 and 1834 at Danbury, Connecticut, USA. She was the daughter of John S. Hawley and Polly Slocum. Hannah Roxanna Hawley married Sylvester Richmond Tripp, son of Isaac B. Tripp and Esther Spencer, on 23 September 1857 at Danbury, Connecticut, USA. Hannah Roxanna Hawley died on 31 January 1911 at Leominster, Massachusetts, USA.

Children of Hannah Roxanna Hawley and Sylvester Richmond Tripp
Mary Esther Tripp b. 16 May 1859
Carrie Emma Tripp+ b. 25 Feb 1861, d. 22 Jan 1916
Kate Jane Tripp b. 28 Dec 1862, d. Jun 1951
George Sylvester Tripp b. 26 Dec 1868
Willie Leonard Tripp b. 3 Sep 1871

Isaac B. Tripp (M)
b. circa 1810

     Isaac B. Tripp was born circa 1810 at New York, USA.

Child of Isaac B. Tripp and Esther Spencer
Sylvester Richmond Tripp+ b. 29 Sep 1833, d. 2 Mar 1907

Esther Spencer (F)
b. circa 1814

     Esther Spencer was born circa 1814 at Connecticut or New York, USA.

Child of Esther Spencer and Isaac B. Tripp
Sylvester Richmond Tripp+ b. 29 Sep 1833, d. 2 Mar 1907

Mary Esther Tripp (F)
b. 16 May 1859
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     Mary Esther Tripp was born on 16 May 1859 at Danbury, Connecticut, USA. She was the daughter of Sylvester Richmond Tripp and Hannah Roxanna Hawley.

Kate Jane Tripp (F)
b. 28 December 1862, d. June 1951
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     Kate Jane Tripp was born on 28 December 1862 at Danbury, Connecticut, USA. She was the daughter of Sylvester Richmond Tripp and Hannah Roxanna Hawley. Kate Jane Tripp died in June 1951 at Connecticut, USA, at age 88. She was buried on 23 June 1951 at Riverside Cemetery, Norwalk, Connecticut, USA.

George Sylvester Tripp (M)
b. 26 December 1868
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     George Sylvester Tripp was born on 26 December 1868 at Danbury, Connecticut, USA. He was the son of Sylvester Richmond Tripp and Hannah Roxanna Hawley.

Willie Leonard Tripp (M)
b. 3 September 1871
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     Willie Leonard Tripp was born on 3 September 1871. He was the son of Sylvester Richmond Tripp and Hannah Roxanna Hawley.

William Jonah Foster (M)
b. circa 1863, d. November 1936

     William Jonah Foster was born circa 1863. He died in November 1936 at Connecticut, USA. He was buried on 16 November 1936 at Riverside Cemetery, Norwalk, Connecticut, USA.

John S. Hawley (M)
b. circa 1812

     John S. Hawley was born circa 1812 at Brookfield, Connecticut, USA.

Child of John S. Hawley and Polly Slocum
Hannah Roxanna Hawley+ b. bt 11 Apr 1833 - 1834, d. 31 Jan 1911

Polly Slocum (F)
b. circa 1811

     Polly Slocum was born circa 1811 at New York, USA.

Child of Polly Slocum and John S. Hawley
Hannah Roxanna Hawley+ b. bt 11 Apr 1833 - 1834, d. 31 Jan 1911

Mr. Szabo (M)

Children of Mr. Szabo and Mrs. Szabo
Andrew Szabo (living)
Stephen Szabo+ b. 15 Jan 1883, d. 13 Oct 1954

Mrs. Szabo (F)

Children of Mrs. Szabo and Mr. Szabo
Andrew Szabo (living)
Stephen Szabo+ b. 15 Jan 1883, d. 13 Oct 1954

Andrew Szabo (M)
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     Andrew Szabo is the son of Mr. Szabo and Mrs. Szabo.

Doloris Kish (F)
b. 10 July 1927, d. 11 July 1927
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     Doloris Kish Died from 'birth injuries.' She was buried in July 1927 at Riverside Cemetery, Norwalk, Connecticut, USA. She was born on 10 July 1927 at Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut, USA. She was the daughter of Gordon (Geza Kiss) Kish and Regina Bayliss. Doloris Kish died on 11 July 1927 at Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut, USA, at age 0.

Arthur F. Arnold (M)

Child of Arthur F. Arnold and Ida Hornig
Albert Walter Arnold , Sr.+ b. 24 Oct 1924, d. 1 Jul 1989

Ida Hornig (F)

Child of Ida Hornig and Arthur F. Arnold
Albert Walter Arnold , Sr.+ b. 24 Oct 1924, d. 1 Jul 1989

Albert Walter Arnold , Jr. (M)
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     Albert Walter Arnold , Jr. is the son of Albert Walter Arnold , Sr. and Faith Gandrup.

Bambi Arnold (F)
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     Bambi Arnold is the daughter of Albert Walter Arnold , Sr. and Faith Gandrup.

Mr. Burks (M)

Obediah Morgan (M)
b. 25 October 1799, d. 28 September 1877
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     Obediah Morgan History of Sutton offers a different date of birth. Same month, 20 days earlier, one year later of 05-Oct-1800, and a marriage date, six years earlier. They both seem to agree, though, on his date of death!

Most of Morgan connection found originally in the following:

From 'A History of the Town of New London - Myra B. Lord, 1899'

Page 601.

Kimball, Wyman P. - Wyman P. Kimball, b. North Wilmot, Jan. 17, 1832, m.,
Sept. 5, 1852, Martha A., dau of Obediah and granddaughter of John Morgan,
Jr. (Obediah and Huldah (Messer) Morgan.) They res. in Enfield, and later in
N.L., in the Reuben Call house on Summer street, where Mrs. Kimball d. May
5, 1894. Children:

1. George L., b. Aug. 6, 1853; d. Oct. 13, 1873
2. Ida M., b., Aug 18, 1857; m., March 5, 1877. Franklin P. Call
3. Edward W., b. March 30, 1862; m. Ola E., dau of Claude Goings; res. in
North Sutton. Children: Etta Belle, Cora May, Gladys O.
4. Cora B., b. Feb 14, 1862; d. Feb. 20, 1883

(NOTE: IGI Records indicate father was John Morgan and mother was Lydia, if
so, a John Morgan married a Lydia Lee, 25-Feb-1778 at Manchester, Essex,
Massachusetts)

1850 US Census for Sutton, Merrimack, NH, has following:
Abode 213, family 228, lines 23-28:

Obed. Morgan, 50, M, Farmer, $1300 Real Estate Valuation
Huldah Morgan, 47 (41?), F,
Martha Morgan, 19, F,
George Morgan, 16, M,
Austin Morgan, 12, M,
Mary Morgan, 8, F,
All born in NH. Wonder where Sydney Morgan is???

1860 US Census for Sutton, Merrimack Co, NH:

MORGAN:
Obediah,60, farmer, NH
Huldah, 56, f, NH
George, 25, m, yeoman, NH
'Moyette', 18, f, domestic, NH

'Moyette' listed as a Morgan, as well and would be same age as 'Mary' from 1850,
so assume this is the same woman. He was born on 25 October 1799 at New London, Merrimack, New Hampshire, USA. He was the son of John Morgan and Lydia Lee. Obediah Morgan was born on 5 October 1800 at New London, Merrimack County, New Hampshire, USA. He married Huldah Messer, daughter of James How Messer and Elizabeth Shepard, on 23 October 1821 at New London, Merrimack County, New Hampshire, USA. Obediah Morgan married Huldah Messer, daughter of James How Messer and Elizabeth Shepard, on 23 October 1827 at New London, Merrimack, New Hampshire, USA. Obediah Morgan died on 28 September 1877 at New London, Merrimack, New Hampshire, USA, at age 77.

Children of Obediah Morgan and Huldah Messer
Mary Elizabeth Morgan b. 7 Jul 1829, d. 19 Feb 1832
Martha Ann Morgan+ b. 18 Feb 1831, d. 3 May 1894
George Morgan b. 26 Nov 1834
Austin Morgan+ b. 1 Mar 1838
Mary E. Morgan+ b. 14 Jun 1842

Huldah Messer (F)
b. 25 July 1803
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     Her married name was Morgan. Huldah Messer Also seen as Mesner vice Messer. She was born on 25 July 1803 at New London, Merrimack, New Hampshire, USA. She was the daughter of James How Messer and Elizabeth Shepard. Huldah Messer married Obediah Morgan, son of John Morgan and Lydia Lee, on 23 October 1821 at New London, Merrimack County, New Hampshire, USA. Huldah Messer married Obediah Morgan, son of John Morgan and Lydia Lee, on 23 October 1827 at New London, Merrimack, New Hampshire, USA.

Children of Huldah Messer and Obediah Morgan
Mary Elizabeth Morgan b. 7 Jul 1829, d. 19 Feb 1832
Martha Ann Morgan+ b. 18 Feb 1831, d. 3 May 1894
George Morgan b. 26 Nov 1834
Austin Morgan+ b. 1 Mar 1838
Mary E. Morgan+ b. 14 Jun 1842

Jonas Franklin Pierce Call (M)
b. 19 August 1852, d. 9 May 1942
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     Jonas Franklin Pierce Call was naturalized; Farmer. He NOTE: Enfield VR claims marriage took place in Enfield, NH.

Named after his uncles, Jonas and Pierce Call. There's also a Franklin Call somewhere in the line. Was it pure coincidence that he had those two middle names that just happened to match the name of a NH native who became President of the USA? I doubt it was pure coincidence!

FULL name first noted in History of New London, NH 1900-1950 by James Duane Squires. Same book was used to make several complete date entries and confirm some familial connections for Call, Kimball and Goings families, mostly.

In 1860/1870 US Census, was of Bradford, New London, Merrimack Co, NH
Listed as 'Frank J. P. F. Call' in 1860 census!

1880 US Census for Newbury, Merrimack, New Hampshire:

Franklin P. CALL Self M Male W 28 NH Farmer NH NH
Ida M. CALL Wife M Female W 22 NH Keeping House NH NH
Elenora B. CALL Dau S Female W 1 NH NH NH

Also seen as 'J. Frank Call'.

In 1900 US Census for New London, Merrimack Co, NH, it appears she may have been listed as wife of Jonas Call (as follows):

CALL: Jonas F, head, w, m, Aug-1852, 47, M-23, NH, NH, NH, farmer
Ida M, wife, w,f, Aug-1857, 42, M-23, 3/3, NH, NH, NH,
Winfield S., son, w, m, Aug-1881, 18, S, NH, NH, NH,
Shirley S., son, w, m, Oct-1891, S, NH, NH, NH,

As indicated in Call note, J. Franklin may have been another alias. If so, could have been Jonas Franklin (no idea, in that case, where 'P' comes from!)

However, a 1900/01 directory for New London, NH, does show him as Jonas F. P. Call! A farmer, with residence on Cemetery Street. Unrecognized GEDCOM data: Unknown GEDCOM tag: Unknown GEDCOM info: JPEG Unknown GEDCOM info: C:\BK5\full\Picture\call_j_f_p.jpg. He was born on 19 August 1852 at Goshen, New Hampshire, USA. He was the son of Reuben M. Call and Sarah Stickney. Jonas Franklin Pierce Call married Ida May Kimball, daughter of Wyman P. Kimball and Martha Ann Morgan, on 5 March 1877 at New London, Merrimack County, New Hampshire, USA. Jonas Franklin Pierce Call was buried in 1942 at Old Main Street Cemetery, New London, New Hampshire, USA. He died on 9 May 1942 at North Hampton, New Hampshire, USA, at age 89.

Children of Jonas Franklin Pierce Call and Ida May Kimball
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

Ola Edith (Eunice) Goings (F)
b. 30 September 1868, d. 20 November 1925
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     Her married name was Kimball. Ola Edith (Eunice) Goings With Edward listed as boarder in Merrimack County in 1920, but not with Ola, had a concern to check on ola and see if I could find her ANYWHERE in 1920 Census. Believe the following IS the right Ola:

1920 US Census for Sunapee, Sullivan County, New Hamphsire:
Southard, Leslie, head, m, w, 57, S, ME, ME, ME, weaver - woolen mill
'Cambell', Ola, servant, f, w, 51, 'W', NH, ME, NH, servant

Believe, since not 'CAMPBELL', that the Cambell is Kimball. No other Ola listed born or living in, NH within even CLOSE date of birth. She was born on 30 September 1868 at New Hampshire, USA. She was the daughter of Comfort Claude Goings and Mary Hurd Pike. Ola Edith (Eunice) Goings married Edward Wyman Kimball, son of Wyman P. Kimball and Martha Ann Morgan, in April 1884 at New London, Merrimack County, New Hampshire, USA. Ola Edith (Eunice) Goings married Edward Wyman Kimball, son of Wyman P. Kimball and Martha Ann Morgan, on 7 April 1885 at New London, Merrimack County, New Hampshire, USA. Ola Edith (Eunice) Goings died on 20 November 1925 at Hanover, Grafton County, New Hampshire, USA, at age 57.

Children of Ola Edith (Eunice) Goings and Edward Wyman Kimball
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

Comfort Claude Goings (M)
b. 7 February 1836, d. 17 November 1913
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     Comfort Claude Goings Picture shows:
Top Row: Delia, Katherine, Ola, Harry, and George
Seated: Mary & Claude Goings
Ground: Mary (May) and Hattie.


Almost ALWAYS seen as Claude. Claude was apparently a very good violin maker, and nearly all his children played either violin or cello.

There is a place in New London named 'Goings Corner'. This is located where Route 103A (Lakeside Road) crosses King Hill Road, so I might presume this was close to the location where the Goings family lived or worked for some time. It would be interesting to look at the cemetery shown on the map of New London, located just up the road. Lakeside remains 103A, but if you go straight on Country Road, and come to the intersection with Page Road, there's a cemetery on the southwest (west) corner.


1900 US Census for New London, Merrimack Co, New Hampshire, indicates his father was b. MA, his mother, in ME.

Listed as widower in 1910 US Census for New London, Merrimack Co, New Hampshire. Also seen listed as born in MA (see 1860 Census for New London, Merrimack Co, New Hampshire)

According to 1890 US Veteran's Schedule for NH, Claude resided New London, NH in 1890, had been a Corporal in Civil War, in same company as brother, Austin (Company F, 8th Infantry) serving from 01-Nov-1861 to 22-Feb-1864 (same EXACTLY as his brother).

Name: Claude Goings ,
Residence: New London, New Hampshire
Enlistment Date: 01 November 1861
Distinguished Service: DISTINGUISHED SERVICE
Side Served: Union
State Served: New Hampshire
Unit Numbers: 1210 1210
Service Record: Enlisted as a Corporal on 01 November 1861 at the age of 25
Enlisted in Company F, 8th Infantry Regiment New Hampshire on 20 December
1861.
Promoted to Full Sergeant on 01 December 1863
Wounded on 17 May 1864 at Bayou De Glaize, LA
Mustered out Company F, 8th Infantry Regiment New Hampshire on 18 January
1865

Name: Claude Goings
Company: F
Unit: 8 New Hampshire Inf.
Rank - Induction: Corporal
Rank - Discharge: Sergeant
Allegiance: Union. He was born on 7 February 1836 at Thorndike, Kennebec County, Maine, USA. He was the son of Comfort (Gowing) Goings and Elizabeth (Hannah) (or Elizabeth Starbird?) York. Comfort Claude Goings married Mary Hurd Pike, daughter of John Pike and Eunice Keith, on 19 September 1857 at Manchester, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, USA. Comfort Claude Goings was buried in 1913 at Elkins Cemetery, Elkins, New Hampshire, USA. He died on 17 November 1913 at New London, Merrimack County, New Hampshire, USA, at age 77.

Children of Comfort Claude Goings and Mary Hurd Pike
Mary Claudine Goings b. 19 Aug 1858
Katherine (Katie) L. Goings b. 2 Sep 1860, d. 27 Jan 1912
Delia Marie Goings b. 12 May 1865
Ola Edith (Eunice) Goings+ b. 30 Sep 1868, d. 20 Nov 1925
George McMann Goings b. 2 Aug 1870, d. 24 Dec 1937
Hattie Wilson Goings b. 26 Jul 1872, d. 27 Jul 1950
Harry Willington Goings b. 5 May 1875, d. 23 Feb 1948

Etta Belle Kimball (F)
b. 27 June 1885, d. 15 February 1970
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     Her married name was Prew. Etta Belle Kimball was born on 27 June 1885 at New London, Merrimack County, New Hampshire, USA. She was the daughter of Edward Wyman Kimball and Ola Edith (Eunice) Goings. Etta Belle Kimball married Charles Melvin Prew, son of Charles (A. or H.) (Prue) Prew and Hattie L. Trumbull, on 14 September 1907 at Nashua, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, USA. Etta Belle Kimball died on 15 February 1970 at New London, Merrimack County, New Hampshire, USA, at age 84.

Children of Etta Belle Kimball and Charles Melvin Prew
Claude Maurice Prew b. 23 Jul 1908, d. Sep 1966
Dorothy Ola Prew (living)
Charles Edward Prew (living)

Cora May Kimball (F)
b. 24 February 1888, d. 1 March 1913
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     Cora May Kimball Did she die in childbirth, and did daughter, Dorothy Ola get adopted by her sister? She was born on 24 February 1888 at Webster, Merrimack County, New Hampshire, USA. She was the daughter of Edward Wyman Kimball and Ola Edith (Eunice) Goings. Cora May Kimball died on 1 March 1913 at Lowell, Massachusetts, USA, at age 25.

Child of Cora May Kimball and Charles E. Pettis
Dorothy Ola Pettis (living)

Gladys Ola Kimball (F)
b. 6 February 1897, d. 18 August 1974
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     Her married name was Kimball. Gladys Ola Kimball Picture is of Gladys in 1912.

Name: Gladys Kimball
SSN: 013-50-3669
Last Residence: 02158 Newton, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States of America
Born: 6 Feb 1897
Died: Aug 1974
State (Year) SSN issued: Massachusetts (1973 )

When Gladys died, family resided in Newton (at least she did) however, she died in Boston (possibly in a hospital there).

Name: Gladys O Kimball
Certificate: 006962
Death Place: Boston
Death Date: 18 Aug 1974
Birth Place: New Hampshire

Living with her sister, Etta, and family in 1920 US Census for Newbury, Merrimack Co, NH. She was born on 6 February 1897 at Sutton, Merrimack County, New Hampshire, USA. She was the daughter of Edward Wyman Kimball and Ola Edith (Eunice) Goings. Gladys Ola Kimball married Ernest Elroy Kimball, son of Alonzo Daniel (Daniel Alonzo) Kimball and Florence Ann Hall, on 6 January 1921 at Nashua, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, USA. Gladys Ola Kimball was buried in 1974 at Elkins Cemetery, Elkins, New Hampshire, USA. She died on 18 August 1974 at Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, USA, at age 77.

Children of Gladys Ola Kimball and Ernest Elroy Kimball
Ernest Eugene Kimball b. 19 Mar 1922, d. 5 Sep 1999
Eunice Evelyn Kimball (living)
Edward Everett Kimball (living)

James How Messer (M)
b. 18 October 1762
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     James How Messer was born on 18 October 1762 at Methuen, Massachusetts, USA. He was the son of Samuel Messer and Sarah How.

Child of James How Messer and Elizabeth Shepard
Huldah Messer+ b. 25 Jul 1803

Elizabeth Shepard (F)
b. 12 June 1765

     Elizabeth Shepard was born on 12 June 1765 at Dedham, Massachusetts, USA.

Child of Elizabeth Shepard and James How Messer
Huldah Messer+ b. 25 Jul 1803

Samuel Messer (M)

Children of Samuel Messer and Sarah How
Phoebe Messer (living)
James How Messer+ b. 18 Oct 1762

Sarah How (F)

Children of Sarah How and Samuel Messer
Phoebe Messer (living)
James How Messer+ b. 18 Oct 1762

Phoebe Messer (F)
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     Phoebe Messer is the daughter of Samuel Messer and Sarah How. Phoebe Messer married John Morgan on 7 June 1804 at New London, Merrimack, New Hampshire, USA.

John Morgan (M)
b. 14 February 1780

     John Morgan was born on 14 February 1780 at New London, Merrimack, New Hampshire, USA. He married Phoebe Messer, daughter of Samuel Messer and Sarah How, on 7 June 1804 at New London, Merrimack, New Hampshire, USA.

Benjamin Franklin Kimball (M)
b. 1826, d. 13 March 1890
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     Benjamin Franklin Kimball VR of Enfield, NH, listed 'Franklin' and 'Leona' as parents of Wyman F. Kimball, b. 1851, d. 1854.

Went to Shakers in Enfield, in 4-Feb-1837, left the on 11-Sep-1846. Seems to have gone mostly by 'Franklin', probably due to so many other Benjamin Kimballs around.

1860 US Census for Colton, Saint Lawrence Co, NY:

KIMBALL:
Franklin, 34, m, farming, b. NH
Laura, 27, f, housekeeping, b. NH
Ella, 6, f, NH
Anna, 4, f, VT
Eva, 2/3, f, VT
Nellie, 3m, f, NY

1870 US Census for Lawrence, Essex, MA:

KIMBALL:

Frank, 44, m, w, watchman - cotton mill, NH
Luana, 50, f, w, boarding house keeper, NH
Sarah L., 16, f, w, at home, NH (married Jacob)
Luana M., 14, f, works in cotton mill, VT (Anna in 1860)
Eva L., 12, f, w, at school, VT
Nellie F., 10, f, w, at school, NY
Adelbert, 7, m, w, at school, VT
Gertrude, 2, f, w, at home, VT

Marriage was AFTER 1850, as both 'Lurana' and 'B.F' were still single, living in Manchester, NH for 1850 US.

1880 US Census for Calais, Washington Co, VT:

Frank KIMBALL Self M Male W 54 NH Farmer NH NH
Luanna KIMBALL Wife M Female W 47 NH Keeping House NH NH
Nellie KIMBALL Dau S Female W 20 NY At Home NH NH
Adelbert KIMBALL Son Male W 17 VT At Home NH NH
Gertrude KIMBALL Dau S Female W 12 VT At Home NH NH
Willie KIMBALL Son S Male W 9 MA NH NH (Willis?)
Russell WHEELOCK Other S Male W 54 VT Farm Laborer VT ---

'Franklin Kimball' appears on Civil War Pension records, with his surviving spouse listed as Luana. He filed as 'invalid', on 25-Sep-1865, she filed as widow on 06-Aug-1891, in VT. He was in 'E 1 Vt. Cav'

1890 Vet Schedule for VT:

Veteran's name: Franklin Kimball
Relative's name: Luana Kimball
Relationship to veteran: Widow
Home in 1890 (Township, County, State): Hardwick, Caledonia, Vermont
Year enlisted: 1863
Year discharged: 1865 (TOS 1y 3m)
Rank: Private
Shows Luana in 1890 as widow, so he must have passed prior to that 'census'.

Name: Franklin Kimball ,
Residence: Stockbridge, Vermont
Enlistment Date: 05 November 1863
Distinguished Service: DISTINGUISHED SERVICE
Side Served: Union
State Served: Vermont
Unit Numbers: 3018 3018
Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 05 November 1863
Enlisted in Company E, 1st Cavalry Regiment Vermont on 05 November 1863.
POW on 29 June 1864 at Reams' Station, VA (Paroled)
Wounded on 29 June 1864 at Reams' Station, VA
Paroled on 17 October 1864
Discharged because of wounds Company E, 1st Cavalry Regiment Vermont on 22
February

1865 only a few months before the war came to an end.

Another listing shows:

Kimball, Franklin, cred. Stockbridge, VT, age unk, enl. 05-Nov-1863, mustered in 05-Nov-1863, Pvt, Co. E, 1st VVC, wounded at Stony Creek, 29-Jun-1864, taken there a POW, moved to Andersonville, 'prid' 17-Oct-1864, mustered out 22-Feb-1865.

THIS is scary:
Kimball, Benjamin F., cred. Norwich, VT, age 44, enl 2/26/64, m/i 3/4/64, PVT, Co. D, 17th VVI, tr to VRC 2/21/65, m/o 7/20/65 (the one in the 1st VT Cav was the one whose widow was Luana!) This one is also a bit older (couple of years, anyway)

Hmmmmm!!!!

From 05-Nov-1863 to 29-Jun-1864 and 17-Oct-1864 to 22-Feb-1865, the 1st VT Cavalry took part in the following battles:

Morton's Ford - 28-Nov-1863
Mechanicsville - 01-Mar-1864
Piping Tree - 02-Mar-1864
Craig's Meeting House - 05-May-1864
Spottsylvania - 08-May-1864
Yellow Tavern - 11-May-1864
Meadow Bridge - 12-May-1864
Hanover Court House - 31-May-1864
Ashland - 01-Jun-1864
Hawes's Shop - 03-Jun-1864
Bottom Bridge - 10-Jun-1864
White Oak Swamp - 13-Jun-1864
Riddle's Shop - 13-Jun-1864
Malvern Hill - 15-Jun-1864
Reams's Station I - 22-Jun-1864
Nottoway Court House - 23-Jun-1864
Roanoke Station - 25-Jun-1864
Stony Creek - 28-29-Jun-1864
Reams's Station II - 29-Jun-1864
Where he was captured and not paroled until 17-Oct.

Whether 'Franklin' took to saddle the very next day or not could be questioned, so am only listing battles his unit took part in while he was known to be available for duty.

Cedar Creek (II?) 19-Oct-1864
Middle Road - 11-Nov-1864
Middle and Back Roads, or Middletown - 12-Nov-1864
Lacy's Springs - 21-Dec-1864

The unit lists no battles between 21-Dec-1864 and 01-Apr-1865, the war had been slowly coming to an end, and many men of the 1st VT were discharged from Christmas of '64 until April of '65. Surely some even remained assigned to the 1st VT after
the conclusion of the war. There was also the 'Frontier Cavalry' that was raised in Dec-1864 (Company M & F of the 1st VT) though their duties came to an end on 27-Jun-1865, which may be the last day this unit could be considered 'at
war'.



Richmond-Petersburg Campaign: June 1864-March 1865 :
Reams Station I, Virginia (VA068) , Dinwiddie County, June 29, 1864
On June 29 US General Kautz rode to Reams Station, where he found not the US infantry, as he expected, but CS General Mahone's Division. Kautz held off Mahone' attacks and was joined by US General Wilson. When the Confederate troopers blocked their escape on the north and the east, the Federals burned their wagons, abandoned their artillery and their wounded, and fought their way out. Kautz rode for seven hours to the south and then around the Confederates to reach the Union lines at Petersburg. Fitzhugh Lee defeated Wilson's rear guard, forcing them to break up to escape. Wilson slipped into
Union lines on July 1. In the Wilson-Kautz raid the Federals destroyed more than sixty miles of railroad, but the Confederates quickly repaired the track and rebuilt the burned trestles and bridges.

Estimated Casualties: 1,445 total for the raid

From Muriel Cole: Writes to sister Sarah, and Mother. Bought land in Calais, VT, 1879, sold in 1882, removed to Hardwick, VT, d. there in 1890. Death records lists parents as Samuel and Maria. He told a son his father died young and he lived almost as an orphan child (explains the Shaker Colony). There is fair proof that a portrait of 'Franklin' and Daniel Webster exists, painted by a C. H. Davis (though not, apparently, the famous landscape painter, as he wasn't old enough to paint such a portrait while Webster was still alive (D.W. died in 1852). Family 'legend' states 'Franklin' was related to Daniel Webster.

The first notice of this painting was when it was mentioned in a Chicago Art Institute show catalog. No picture of the painting, though. Further queries by Dr. Arthur Kern, who was likely interested more in the artist (as he had been researching the works of other 'Davis' artists in similar mediums), were posted to the Kimball Family Association, in an attempt to find out who Benjamin Franklin Kimball was... Sadly, when all this was going on, likely in the 1980s or 1990s, there wasn't a great amount of communication between genealogists interested in this particular family group, so as yet, none of us who've HEARD about this painting/portrait have actually SEEN it! (Mar-2006). He was born in 1826 at Canaan, Grafton, New Hampshire, USA. He was the son of Samuel **** Kimball and Maria ?. Benjamin Franklin Kimball married Luanna (Leona Roe) Rowe, daughter of Parker Scribner Rowe and Sarah Brown, between 1850 and 1853 at Enfield, Grafton County, New Hampshire, USA. Benjamin Franklin Kimball died on 13 March 1890 at Hardwick, Caledonia County, Vermont, USA.

Children of Benjamin Franklin Kimball and Luanna (Leona Roe) Rowe
Carl William Kimball (living)
Wyman Franklin Kimball b. 24 Dec 1851, d. 24 Oct 1854
Sarah Luella (Ella) Kimball+ b. 17 Mar 1854, d. a 1930
Luanna (Anna) M. Kimball b. c 1856
Eva L. Kimball b. c 1858
Nellie F. Kimball b. 1860
Adelbert F. Kimball+ b. Dec 1862
Gertrude Inez (Inez Gertrude) Kimball+ b. Nov 1867

Sarah Ann (or E.) Kimball (F)
b. circa 1830
Pop-up Pedigree

     Sarah Ann (or E.) Kimball Also went with Wyman to Shakers in Enfield in 20-Dec-1837 and left in Aug-1849. If Sarah E. then likely one residing with Daniel H. Kimball in 1850 Census for Lebanon, NH. Daniel H. is another suspected child of Samuel and Maria, who will now be so listed.

SUSPECT Sarah was born in Wilmot. She was born circa 1830 at New Hampshire, USA. She was the daughter of Samuel **** Kimball and Maria ?.

Carrie (Cassie) L. Chapman (F)
b. September 1880

     Her married name was Kimball. Carrie (Cassie) L. Chapman was born in September 1880 at Meriden, Sullivan County, New Hampshire, USA. Unrecognized GEDCOM data: Unknown GEDCOM tag: on 11 March 1899 at Meriden, Sullivan County, New Hampshire, USA. She married Bruce William Kimball, son of Ira Whittaker Kimball and Jane Onena Stone, on 16 March 1899 at Meriden, Sullivan County, New Hampshire, USA.

Children of Carrie (Cassie) L. Chapman and Bruce William Kimball
Estella Kimball (living)
Wyman George 'Smoky' Kimball+ (living)

Wyman George 'Smoky' Kimball (M)
Pop-up Pedigree

     Wyman George 'Smoky' Kimball is the son of Bruce William Kimball and Carrie (Cassie) L. Chapman.

Children of Wyman George 'Smoky' Kimball
George Brewster Kimball+ b. 31 Oct 1922, d. 4 Sep 1993
Dorothy B. Kimball (living)

Dorothy B. Kimball (F)
Pop-up Pedigree

     Dorothy B. Kimball is the daughter of Wyman George 'Smoky' Kimball.

Mr. Joyce (M)

Fannie Elizabeth Sanborn (F)
b. 11 May 1878, d. 15 October 1972
Pop-up Pedigree

     Fannie Elizabeth Sanborn was buried at Greenwood Cemetery, Orlando, Orange County, Florida, USA. Her married name was Brook. She FANNIE S BROOK SSN 261-84-9454 Residence: 32805 Orlando, Orange, FL
Born 11 May 1878 Died 15 Oct 1972 Issued: FL (1963). She was born on 11 May 1878 at Sanborntown, Vermont, USA. She was the daughter of Frank H. Sanborn and Ellen ?. Fannie Elizabeth Sanborn married Fabian Henry Brook, son of Henry Brook and Amelia Laura Jane Knight George, on 7 January 1903 at Malden, Massachusetts, USA. Fannie Elizabeth Sanborn died on 15 October 1972 at Dayton, Ohio, USA, at age 94.

Child of Fannie Elizabeth Sanborn and Fabian Henry Brook
Philip Sanborn Brook+ b. 4 Feb 1908, d. 6 Dec 2001

Philip Sanborn Brook (M)
b. 4 February 1908, d. 6 December 2001
Pop-up Pedigree

     Philip Sanborn Brook PHILIP S BROOK SSN 074-03-6142 Residence: 34746 Kissimmee, Osceola, FL
Born 4 Feb 1908 Died 6 Dec 2001 Issued: NY (Before 1951)

Philip Sanborn Brook (b. 4-Feb-1908, Malden, MA in 1954 was first TV Anchor for Orlando Channel 6 (WDBO), married Juanita in 1954 in Orlando, FL, he died 06-Dec-2001 in Kissimmee, FL

Children of Philip Sanborn Brook and Evelyn Lynd: (as listed in WFT of David S. Brook)

David Sanborn Brook marr: Wendy June Struhar
Peter Edward Brook
Deborah Elizabeth Brook marr: Robert Gibson Cooper. He was born on 4 February 1908 at Massachusetts, USA. He was the son of Fabian Henry Brook and Fannie Elizabeth Sanborn. Philip Sanborn Brook married Juanita Ann Bennett, daughter of George L. Bennett and Martha R. Barnhart, in 1954 at Orlando, Florida, USA. Philip Sanborn Brook died on 6 December 2001 at Kissimmee, Osceola County, Florida, USA, at age 93.

Children of Philip Sanborn Brook and Evelyn Lucy Lynd
David Sanborn Brook+ (living)
Peter Edward Brook (living)
Deborah Elizabeth Brook (living)

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