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John Dunn (M)
b. 25 August 1753
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     John Dunn Interesting to note... a John Dunn b. 05-Aug-1753 at MARBLEHEAD, Massachusetts, listed as son of Charles Dunn and Hanna Unknown. He was born on 25 August 1753 at Framingham, Massachusetts, USA. He was the son of John (Dun) Dunn , Jr. and Grace (Kelley) Kelly.

John Dun (M)

Child of John Dun
John (Dun) Dunn , Jr.+ b. c 1730

Eleanor Armstrong (F)
b. circa 1721

     Her married name was Starratt. Eleanor Armstrong was born circa 1721 at Portsmouth, Maine, USA. She married Peter Starratt, son of James Starratt and Catherine UNKNOWN, circa 1742 at Portsmouth, Maine, USA.

Child of Eleanor Armstrong and Peter Starratt
Mary (Starrett) Starratt+ b. c 1741

Daniel Wade (M)
b. 13 October 1753

     Daniel Wade According to Luella Marshall, children of Daniel and Mary (Starratt) Wade:

v. HANNAH4 WADE, b. 1776.
vi. MARY WADE, b. 1778; m. JOHN YOUNG.
vii. ELIZABETH WADE, b. 1780; m. CHARLES BENT, 1811; b. 1787, Granville Township.
viii. HANNAH WADE, b. 1781.
ix. SUSANNA WADE, b. 1783.
x. ROSANNA WADE, b. 1784; m. EDWARD COVERT, November 25, 1819, Granville, Annapolis County, Nova Scotia; b. September 1791, Wilmot, Annapolis County, Nova Scotia.

Suspect Charles Bent may be of same family related to the Fritz/Thompson line. He was born on 13 October 1753 at Bridgewater, Massachusetts, USA. He married Mary (Starrett) Starratt, daughter of Peter Starratt and Eleanor Armstrong, on 24 December 1776 at Granville, Annapolis County, Nova Scotia, Canada.

James Starratt (M)
b. circa 1690, d. circa 1736

     James Starratt Here is what I was given and you will see what I mean about dates not adding up.
- Luella Marshall, Digby County History/Genealogy researcher


Descendants of James Starratt




Generation No. 1


1. SR. JAMES1 STARRATT1 was born in Scotland2, and died Abt. 1736 in
Falmouth, Cumberland Co., Maine. He married CATHERINE3. She was born in
Ireland4,5.

Notes for SR. JAMES STARRATT:

In the book 'Two Ulster Parishes, Kilrea and Tamlaght ' by J. W. Kernohan
under a section about a minister in Boveedy, Mr. Matthew Clerk, one of the
elders is James Sterrot-- time period is 1701-1706. From the notes of Robert
Starratt as sent to family members in 1979 I have briefly noted the
following ' The Starratts descended from the families of Scottish origin who
had emigrated from Scotland to the north of Ireland during the 17th. century
to escape persecution for their religion. The Sacramental Act of 1704 stated
that all persons holding office must partake of the Sacrament of the Lord's
supper as per the Anglican or Episcopal Church. It also declared that all
marriages had to be preformed by Episcopal clergyman. Any, not performed so,
were brought to court and fined and they were announced to be living in
fortification and their children illegitimate. At the same time cold winters
and insufficient rainfall of 1714-1718 lessened the supply of food. The
schism Act of 1714 allowed only the Anglican catechism taught in schools.
Rents on farms were increased in 1717-1718, sometimes tripled. So sets the
stage for our families emigration to the new world. James, Catherine,
together with their sons; James Jr. and Peter and possibly others were one
of a group of 20-30 families led by the Pres.Mminister James Woodside of
Garvagh, Londonderry, Ireland which sailed in the spring of 1718 aboard the
ship Mc Callum. The ship was first bound for New London, CT but because of a
long and difficult journey the captain, James Law, decided to put into
Boston instead. On Sept. 2, 1718 the group was persuaded by Robert Temple to
proceed to Merry meeting Bay at the mouth of the Androscoggin river. They
settled in the town of Brunswick. At a town meeting on Jan.9, 1719, James
Starrat was one of 5 chosen to oversee the completion of a meeting house.
March 1719, he was chosen selectman. On July 11,1722 Brunswick was destroyed
by Indians and James and family fled to Kittery, Maine where they lodged
with Joseph Curtis. 1723 James Sr. and his wife moved to Londonderry, New
Hampshire and James Jr. to York, Maine. Peter remained in Kittery until
1727. In Dec.30, 1830 James bought land in the second parish of Falmouth and
sold his land in Londonderry, New Hampshire in March 1732. A weaver by trade
he died about 1736 in which year he passed his land on to Peter.'

Steve Anderson sent the following that he received from Dan Wilson from the
Bolton book-----Three Starrets are mentioned in Bolton's book: Benjamin,
James and John. John and Benjamin are listed as among the settlers of
Donegal, Chester Co. Pa. James Sterrett was among the settlers of
Londonderry, N. H.. In 1729 he had a grant of 80 acres[ Bolton P.253] He is
also listed among the first 16 settlers of that town. [Bolton P. 264] The
settlers of Londonderry , N. H. [ originally Nutfield] were among the party
of David Cargill and Rev. James McGregor of Aghadowey Parish, Co. Derry.
These people were believed to have arrived on the ship Robert or William
rather than the Maccallum.

More About SR. JAMES STARRATT:

Occupation: weaver


Children of JAMES STARRATT and CATHERINE are:

2. i. JR. JAMES2 STARRATT, d. 1729, ship lost at sea near Ipswich,
Massachusetts.

ii. MARY STARRATT6, m. JAMES MCCARTNEY6, November 1723, Kittery7.

iii. JOHN STARRATT8, m. MARTHA.

More About JOHN STARRATT:

Probate: 1824, Bradrona, MA

Residence: April 1823, Chester, N. H.

3. iv. PETER STARRATT, b. Bovedy, Parish of Kilrea, Derry, Ireland.



Generation No. 2


2. JR. JAMES2 STARRATT (JAMES1)8 died 1729 in ship lost at sea near Ipswich,
Massachusetts9. He married (1) LOIS CURTIS10, daughter of JOSEPH CURTIS. She
died November 172411. He married (2) ------------------- WOODSIDE.

More About JR. JAMES STARRATT:

Occupation: mariner

Residence: York, Maine


Child of JAMES STARRATT and LOIS CURTIS is:

i. WILLIAM3 STARRATT12, b. October 1724, York, Maine12; d. 1746, Falmouth,
Cumberland Co., Maine.


Child of JAMES STARRATT and ------------------- WOODSIDE is:

ii. MARY3 STARRATT, b. August 1726, York, Maine.



3. PETER2 STARRATT (JAMES1) was born in Bovedy, Parish of Kilrea, Derry,
Ireland13. He married (1) UNKNOWN in Ireland. He married (2) ELEANOR
ARMSTRONG 1742 in Falmouth, Cumberland, Maine14. She was born in Falmouth,
Cumberland County, Maine.

Notes for PETER STARRATT:

>From the notes of Robert Starratt --- 1727, June 21, Peter was in Kittery
and testified at a Court of General Sessions of the Peace at York, Maine.
While in Falmouth, Peter, a yeoman and husbandman married Eleanor Armstrong.
He was listed as a tax payer in the second Parish of Falmouth in 1743 and
1745 and as being on the Alarm list April 29,1757 . He was chosen at various
town meetings to serve the town of Falmouth in the capacity of Juror on the
jury of Thralls at the inferior Court in Falmouth Oct.,1727. Constable of
the sec. Parish 1745 , Surveyor of Highways 1737-40-50-55. Surveyor of
lumber 1737-1739-43-52-56. In May 1762, Peter sold his land in Falmouth.

By Nov.8th., 1762 he, as well as Joseph Starratt, was listed as among 47
persons admitted to the Township of Granville, Annapolis County, Nova
Scotia, where he was granted 500 acres, Lot 4, on July 4, 1764. The
confirmation Grant of Granville dated Oct.30, 1765 confirmed this grant as
well as grants of 500 acres each to John and Joseph and William.

Census 1770 lists Peter with a family of 4 males, 1 woman and 3 girls, 2
members were listed as Irish birth while the remaining 6 were of American
birth. Peter, son, Joseph was listed separately.



More About PETER STARRATT:

Occupation: Farmer Yeoman, husbandman


Child of PETER STARRATT and UNKNOWN is:

i. JOSEPH3 STARRATT15, b. 1743, Falmouth, Cumberland Co., Maine; m. MARY15,
Abt. 1770, Granville Township, N.S.16.

Notes for JOSEPH STARRATT:

History of The County of Annapolis by W. A. Calnek

Page 198

1770 census--- Joseph and a wife and 2 children. 2 American born and 2
Acadian.

P. 608 -- Joseph owned one of the first schooners built on the basin after
the advent of the Massachusetts colonists.

Granted Lot 53 in Granvill Township

More About JOSEPH STARRATT:

Land Grant: Lot 53, Granville, Annapolis County, Nova Scotia, Canada

Occupation: farmer


Children of PETER STARRATT and ELEANOR ARMSTRONG are:

ii. JOHN3 STARRATT, b. February 11, 1745/46, Falmouth, Cumberland, Maine17;
d. October 4, 1829, Paradise, Annapolis County, Nova Scotia18; m. HANNAH
BANCROFT19, June 1776, Granville Township, Annapolis County, Nova Scotia20;
b. February 20, 1759, Reading, Massachusetts21; d. May 19, 1846, Wilmot,
Annapolis County, Nova Scotia22.

Notes for JOHN STARRATT:

received a land grant in Granville, Annapolis Co., Nova Scotia, Canada in
Oct. 1765 of 500 acres, lot 51.

Abstracts From The Court of Probate For Annapolis County, Nova Scotia
1763-1938, compiled by Wayne Walker Page 67 , item no. 179

'Page 107, R: 04 Oct. 1829: LWT of John Starrat of Wilmot, dated 21 May1818,
wife: Hannah. Sons: William, George, John, Jeremiah, Peter, Handley, James,
Samuel and Allen. Daughters: Eleanor Parker,Sarah Whitman, and Hannah Lyman.
Estate FolioS38 [1829] microfilmed after Estate Folio R55 1/2 [1849] '

More About JOHN STARRATT:

Burial: October 1829, Paradise Cemetery, Annapolis County, Nova Scotia23

Notes for HANNAH BANCROFT:

Yarmouth Vanguard----Mrs Hannah Starratt, of Wilmot, died May 19, 1846 ,
aged 87 years

Annapolis Cemetery records has her death as May 19, 1848, age 88

Christian Messenger----May 29, 1846

Wilmot, 10th inst., died Mrs Hannah Starratt, aged 87 years. She was the
oldest inhabitant of this place. She professed religion under the ministry
of the Reverend Henry Alline, and united with the Church on the open
communion plan. About the year 1800 she was baptized by the venerable
Handley Chipman, and united with his church. She left a large family of
children, grandchildren and great grandchildren.





More About HANNAH BANCROFT:

Baptism: 1808, By Rev. Handley Chipman24

Burial: May 1846, Paradise Cemetery, Annapolis County, Nova Scotia25

iii. GEORGE STARRATT, b. 1747, Falmouth, Cumberland, Maine26; d. April 20,
1820, Paradise, Annapolis County, Nova Scotia, Canada27; m. SARAH
BALCOM28,29, 1785, Wilmot, Annapolis County, Nova Scotia, Canada30; b. 1763,
Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia31; d. February 5, 1824, Paradise, Annapolis
County, Nova Scotia32.

Notes for GEORGE STARRATT:

They lived on land near present day cemetery in Paradise, Annapolis County,
Nova Scotia

Abstracts From The Court of Probate For Annapolis County, Nova Scotia
1763-1938, compiled by Wayne Walker Page68 , item no.195----Page 132, R: 18
Aug. 1830: LWT of George Starratt of the Township of Wilmot dated 10 March
1817: wife Sarah. 'eldest daughter Elizabeth Charlton', 'second daughter
Mary', 'youngest daughter Ann'.'two youngest sons Benjamin and Joseph', '
eldest son Simeon'. 'my six children, three daughters and three sons'.
Estate Folio S37 [1830]: will was filed for probate on 16 May 1820

More About GEORGE STARRATT:

Burial: April 1820, Paradise Cemetery, Paradise, Annapolis County, Nova
Scotia33

Occupation: farmer

More About SARAH BALCOM:

Burial: February 1824, Paradise Cemetery, Paradise, Annapolis County, Nova
Scotia34

Individual Note: Reel 10998 Parish of Clements says born 1776

iv. WILLIAM STARRATT, b. 1749, Granville Township, Annapolis County, Nova
Scotia35; d. April 23, 1777, Boston, Massachusetts36.

Notes for WILLIAM STARRATT:

PANS: RG48, reel 53, will of William Starratt dated 22 April, 1777. His will
was made 15 Jan., 1776 in Boston and mentions his parents; Peter and Eleanor
Starratt of Annapolis Co. and brothers John, George at Annapolis Royal. He
was listed as a Marier.

More About WILLIAM STARRATT:

Occupation: marnier

Will: January 15, 1776, Boston US

v. MARY STARRATT, b. 1751, Falmouth, Maine37; d. Bridgetown, Annapolis
County, Nova Scotia37; m. (1) THOMAS SPENCER BROWN, June 1, 1767, Annapolis
County, Nova Scotia38; b. Yorkeshire, England; m. (2) DANIEL WADE39,
December 24, 1776, Granville, Annapolis County, Nova Scotia39; b. October
13, 1753, Bridgewater, Massachusetts.

Notes for MARY STARRATT:

There is considerable confusion over Mary's death date: Township Book lists

her death date as 21 Aug 1776 (U17). 'Mary WADE wife of Daniel WADE of
Granville died 30 Jan 1777'1 - (this date cannot be accurate - probably
1784).

156. Married 24 Dec 1776, Daniel WADE, AND, Mary STARRATT. See source for
children.

Mary Wade died 30 Jan 1777. He married 2nd in 1785. ('Old' Granville
Township Book,

handwritten copy on microfilm at PAC, p. 61; not included in the other
Granville Township

Book, at Halifax) IGI: 1978 member submission of Township Book entry.

Notes for THOMAS SPENCER BROWN:

>From Wayne W. Walker

W. A. Calnek (1822-1892), in his original manuscript prepared the following
for this family: Tradition says the progenitor of this family was a native
of England, probably of Yorkshire. I have not been able to fix the precise
time of his advent to the province or county, but it could not have long
after the arrival of the Massachusetts immigrants in 1760 for in 1767 he
married a daughter of Peter STARRATT, one of those settlers then living in
Granville. Soon after this event, Mr. BROWN became the owner of a farm
situated about two miles to the eastward of Bridgetown, on which he settled
and reared his family. The farm is still owned in part by one of his great
grandsons. Though the family has not been very prolific it has always
maintained a reputable position in the community of which it formed a unit,
and presents one of the comparatively few instances in which the original
homestead of the progenitor has descended in direct line from father to son
during four successive generations. This fact of itself is sufficient

witness of the thrift industry, economy and perseverance of the family.

Marriage Notes for MARY STARRATT and THOMAS BROWN:

116. Married 1 Jun 1767 in Granville, Thomas BROWN, AND, Mary STARRAT. See
source

for children. ('Old' Granville Township Book, handwritten copy on microfilm
at PAC, pages

28, 360, 366, 372; not included in other Granville Township Book, at
Halifax) IGI: 1989

extraction of Granville Township Book.

More About DANIEL WADE:

Confirmation: November 1782, confirmed in Granville Anglican Church (U3). 40

Marriage Notes for MARY STARRATT and DANIEL WADE:

156. Married 24 Dec 1776, Daniel WADE, AND, Mary STARRATT. See source for
children.

Mary Wade died 30 Jan 1777. He married 2nd in 1785. ('Old' Granville
Township Book,

handwritten copy on microfilm at PAC, p. 61; not included in the other
Granville Township

Book, at Halifax) IGI: 1978 member submission of Township Book entry.

vi. ANNA STARRATT, b. 1753, Falmouth, Cumberland Co., Maine41; m. MR.
ROBINSON.

vii. LOIS STARRATT, b. 1755, Falmouth, Cumberland County, Maine42; d.
Annapolis County, Nova Scotia43; m. ZACCHEUS PHINNEY43; b. 1751.

More About LOIS STARRATT:

Religion: 1838, listed in Annapolis Methodist circuit

More About ZACCHEUS PHINNEY:

Property 1: September 29, 1775, bought a piece of land from John Hicks

Property 2: August 4, 1809, gave a piece of land to son, James44

Religion: 1824, listed as a member of Annapolis Methodist Church44

viii. ELEANOR STARRATT, b. 1757, Falmouth, Cumberland County, Maine; m. JOHN
MCGREGOR, 1773, Granville, Annapolis County, Nova Scotia.





Endnotes


1. Robert Starratt Notes.

2. Robert Starratt files

3. Robert Starratt Notes.

4. Robert Starratt files

5. Barbara Elkins.FTW, Date of Import: Jan 25, 2000.

6. Robert Starratt Notes.

7. Robert Starratt files

8. Robert Starratt Notes.

9. Robert Starratt files

10. Robert Starratt Notes.

11. Robert Starratt files

12. Robert Starratt Notes.

13. History of the County of Annapolis by W. A. Calnek.

14. Barry Hall, Family member.

15. Barbara Elkins.FTW, Date of Import: Jan 25, 2000.

16. Robert Starratt files

17. PANS Nellie Fox, MG1: Vol.2357b, #11-20.

18. Paradis Terrestre The History of Paradise, Nova Scotia, P.280.

19. History of the County of Annapolis by W. A. Calnek.

20. David Christopher, N.B., genealogist.

21. History of the County of Annapolis by W. A. Calnek.

22. Christian Messenger, May 29, 1846.

23. History of Paradise

24. Christian Messenger, 29 May, 1846.

25. Paradis Terrestre, The History of the Village of Paradise, Nova Scotia
compiled by the Paradise Women's Institute.

26. History of the County of Annapolis by W. A. Calnek.

27. Wilmot Township Book.

28. Pioneers on the Mountain by Jeanette Dexter.

29. Barbara Elkins.FTW, Date of Import: Jan 25, 2000.

30. Barry Hall Latter Day saints Records

31. Barry Hall, Family member.

32. Paradise History

33. Paradis Terrestre, The History of the Village of Paradise, Nova Scotia
compiled by the Paradise Women's Institute.

34. Wilmot Township Book.

35. History of the County of Annapolis by W. A. Calnek.

36. Abstracts From the Court of Probate Records For Annapolis County, Nova
Scotia, compiled by Wayne W. Walker.

37. International Genealogical Index.

38. Granville Township Book.

39. Barbara Elkins.FTW, Date of Import: Jan 25, 2000.

40. Wayne W. Walker 's CD SHARE.

41. International Genealogical Index.

42. Barry Hall Latter Day saints Records

43. History of the County of Annapolis by W. A. Calnek.

44. Paradis Terrestre, The History of the Village of Paradise, Nova Scotia
compiled by the Paradise Women's Institute. He was born circa 1690 at Ireland. He died circa 1736 at Falmouth, Maine, USA.

Child of James Starratt and Catherine UNKNOWN
Peter Starratt+ b. c 1718

Catherine UNKNOWN (F)
b. circa 1694

     Catherine UNKNOWN was born circa 1694 at Ireland.

Child of Catherine UNKNOWN and James Starratt
Peter Starratt+ b. c 1718

James Steele (M)
b. 1771, d. 24 December 1848

     James Steele was born in 1771 at Antrim, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, USA. He married Anna Cram, daughter of Jedediah Cram and Abigail Hooke, circa 1787 at Vermont, USA. James Steele died on 24 December 1848.

Child of James Steele and Anna Cram
Abigail Steele+ b. 18 Jun 1792, d. 1870

Anna Cram (F)
b. 3 September 1763, d. 5 January 1845
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     Her married name was Steele. Anna Cram was born on 3 September 1763 at Weare, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, USA. She was the daughter of Jedediah Cram and Abigail Hooke. Anna Cram married James Steele circa 1787 at Vermont, USA. Anna Cram died on 5 January 1845 at East Roxbury, Washington County, Vermont, USA, at age 81.

Child of Anna Cram and James Steele
Abigail Steele+ b. 18 Jun 1792, d. 1870

Ebenezer Parkhurst (M)

Child of Ebenezer Parkhurst and Mary Spaulding
Judith Parkhurst+ b. 15 Aug 1770

Mary Spaulding (F)
b. 19 June 1748
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     Mary Spaulding was born on 19 June 1748. She was the daughter of Reuben Spaulding and Mary Pierce.

Child of Mary Spaulding and Ebenezer Parkhurst
Judith Parkhurst+ b. 15 Aug 1770

Reuben Spaulding (M)
b. 26 February 1728, d. January 1765
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     Reuben Spaulding was born on 26 February 1728 at Plainfield, Connecticut, USA. He was the son of Ephraim Spaulding and Abigail Bullard. Reuben Spaulding died in January 1765 at Berkshire County, Massachusetts, USA, at age 36.

Child of Reuben Spaulding and Mary Pierce
Mary Spaulding+ b. 19 Jun 1748

Mary Pierce (F)
b. 15 November 1728, d. 1826

     Mary Pierce was born on 15 November 1728 at Plainfield, Connecticut, USA. She died in 1826 at Sharon, Vermont, USA.

Child of Mary Pierce and Reuben Spaulding
Mary Spaulding+ b. 19 Jun 1748

Ephraim Spaulding (M)
b. 3 April 1700, d. 1776
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     Ephraim Spaulding was born on 3 April 1700 at Canterbury, Connecticut, USA. He was the son of Edward Spaulding and Mary Adams. Ephraim Spaulding died in 1776.

Child of Ephraim Spaulding and Abigail Bullard
Reuben Spaulding+ b. 26 Feb 1728, d. Jan 1765

Abigail Bullard (F)
b. 25 February 1705

     Abigail Bullard was born on 25 February 1705 at Canterbury, Connecticut, USA.

Child of Abigail Bullard and Ephraim Spaulding
Reuben Spaulding+ b. 26 Feb 1728, d. Jan 1765

Edward Spaulding (M)
b. 18 June 1672, d. 29 November 1740
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     Edward Spaulding was born on 18 June 1672 at Braintree, Massachusetts, USA. He was the son of Benjamin Spaulding and Olive Farwell. Edward Spaulding died on 29 November 1740 at Canterbury, Connecticut, USA, at age 68.

Child of Edward Spaulding and Mary Adams
Ephraim Spaulding+ b. 3 Apr 1700, d. 1776

Mary Adams (F)
b. 1676, d. 20 September 1754
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     Mary Adams was born in 1676. She was the daughter of Pelatiah Adams and Ruth Parker. Mary Adams died on 20 September 1754 at Canterbury, Connecticut, USA.

Child of Mary Adams and Edward Spaulding
Ephraim Spaulding+ b. 3 Apr 1700, d. 1776

Pelatiah Adams (M)
b. 6 March 1645 or 1646

     Pelatiah Adams was born on 6 March 1645 or 1646 at Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA.

Child of Pelatiah Adams and Ruth Parker
Mary Adams+ b. 1676, d. 20 Sep 1754

Ruth Parker (F)
b. 1655

     Ruth Parker was born in 1655 at Chelmsford, Massachusetts, USA.

Child of Ruth Parker and Pelatiah Adams
Mary Adams+ b. 1676, d. 20 Sep 1754

Benjamin Spaulding (M)
b. 7 April 1643
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     Benjamin Spaulding was born on 7 April 1643 at Braintree, Massachusetts, USA. He was the son of Edward Spaulding and Rachel UNKNOWN. Benjamin Spaulding married Olive Farwell on 30 October 1668 at Chelmsford, Massachusetts, USA.

Child of Benjamin Spaulding and Olive Farwell
Edward Spaulding+ b. 18 Jun 1672, d. 29 Nov 1740

Olive Farwell (F)
b. circa 1645

     Her married name was Spaulding. Olive Farwell was born circa 1645. She married Benjamin Spaulding, son of Edward Spaulding and Rachel UNKNOWN, on 30 October 1668 at Chelmsford, Massachusetts, USA.

Child of Olive Farwell and Benjamin Spaulding
Edward Spaulding+ b. 18 Jun 1672, d. 29 Nov 1740

Wilfred Spaulding , Sr. (M)
b. circa 1565

     Wilfred Spaulding , Sr. was born circa 1565 at London, England. He married Anne UNKNOWN circa 1585 at London, England.

Child of Wilfred Spaulding , Sr. and Anne UNKNOWN
Edward Spaulding+ b. 1587, d. 26 Feb 1670

Anne UNKNOWN (F)
b. circa 1566

     Anne UNKNOWN By some accounts, Anne was 'Duchess of Orkney Stewart'. Her married name was Spaulding. She was born circa 1566 at London, England. She married Wilfred Spaulding , Sr. circa 1585 at London, England.

Child of Anne UNKNOWN and Wilfred Spaulding , Sr.
Edward Spaulding+ b. 1587, d. 26 Feb 1670

Margaret Elliott (F)
b. 1613

     Margaret Elliott was born in 1613 at Chelmsford, Massachusetts, USA.

John Yanushonis (M)
b. circa 1890, d. before 1976

     John Yanushonis 1930 Census for Wilkes-Barre, Luzerne, PA:

at #2 McLean Street
YAMISHONIS:

John, head, m, w, 39, M-26, Lithuania, Lith, Lith, arr: 1908/Na, Laborer/Coal Mines
Jennie, wife, f, w, 31, M-21, Austria-Hungary, Aus, Aus, arr: 1910/Na, none
Frank, son, m, w, 11, S, PA, Lith, Aus, none
Leonard, son, m, w, 9, S, PA, Lith, Aus, none
Joseph, son, m, w, 6, S, PA, Lith, Aus, none
Florence, dau, f, w, 3, S, PA, Lith, Aus, none

In same house, a brother-in-law, Peter. Looks like ?Aprubis? is the surname?
?Aprubis?, Peter, b-in-l, m, w, 37, Wd, Lith, Lith, Lith, arr: 1910/Na, Laborer/Coal Mines

Disparity in ages at marriage may indicate Jennie may be John's 2nd wife. He was born circa 1890 at Lithuania. He died before 1976.

Children of John Yanushonis and Jennie ?Aprubis? UNKNOWN
Frank Yanushonis+ b. 8 Jun 1919, d. 10 Mar 2000
Leonard Yanushonis (living)
Joseph Yanushonis (living)
Florence Yanushonis (living)

Jennie ?Aprubis? UNKNOWN (F)
b. 15 December 1897, d. 1 April 1976

     Jennie ?Aprubis? UNKNOWN Had a brother, Peter.

Resided in Wickliffe, Lake County, Ohio, just prior to her passing in 1976.

From Ohio Death Records:

Name: Jennie Yanushonis
Gender: Female
Date of Death: 01 April 1976
Volume: 22461
Certificate: 028992
Autopsy: No Autopsy
Marital Status: Widowed
Place of Death: Kirtland, Lake County
Certifier: Physician
Race: White
Residence: Wickliffe, Lake County
Age: 77 Years

Name: Jennie Yanushonis
SSN: 195-20-8358
Last Residence: 44094 Willoughby, Lake, Ohio, United States of America
Born: 15 Dec 1897
Died: Apr 1976
State (Year) SSN issued: Pennsylvania (Before 1951 ). She was born on 15 December 1897 at Lithuania. She died on 1 April 1976 at Kirtland, Lake County, Ohio, USA, at age 78.

Children of Jennie ?Aprubis? UNKNOWN and John Yanushonis
Frank Yanushonis+ b. 8 Jun 1919, d. 10 Mar 2000
Leonard Yanushonis (living)
Joseph Yanushonis (living)
Florence Yanushonis (living)

Leonard Yanushonis (M)
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     Leonard Yanushonis is the son of John Yanushonis and Jennie ?Aprubis? UNKNOWN.

Joseph Yanushonis (M)
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     Joseph Yanushonis is the son of John Yanushonis and Jennie ?Aprubis? UNKNOWN.

Florence Yanushonis (F)
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     Florence Yanushonis is the daughter of John Yanushonis and Jennie ?Aprubis? UNKNOWN.

Mary UNKNOWN (F)
b. July 1861, d. 13 July 1955

     Mary UNKNOWN 1920 US Census for Greenwich, Fairfield Co, CT:
Residing at ?41? Gold Street:
Mead, Mary, head, f, w, 57, Wd, CT, CT, CT, none
Gandrup, Georgiana, dau, f, w, 34, CT, CT, CT, none
Gandrup, Johan, s-in-l, m, w, 37, CT. Den, Den, conductor?
Mead Wilma R., dau, f, w, 17, S, CT, CT, CT, none

From CT Death Index (though apparently not HER, because in 1900 US Census, shown with only Stuart A and Mildred Mead, with husband, Augustus. Listed herself as '2/2', indicating no 'room' for Georgia(na) to have been born 1885-ish:

Name: MARY E MEAD
Death Date: 13 July 1955
Death Place: Greenwich, Fairfield, Connecticut
Age: 93 Years
Birth Date: xxxYOB
Marital Status: Widowed
Spouse: AUGU
State File #: 11208
Residence: Greenwich, Fairfield, Connecticut
Gender: Female
Race: White.
She was born in July 1861 at Connecticut, USA. She died on 13 July 1955 at Greenwich, Fairfield County, Connecticut, USA.

Children of Mary UNKNOWN
Georgiana (Georgia?) Mead b. c 1885, d. 27 Jun 1953
Wilma R. Mead (living)

Wilma R. Mead (F)
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     Wilma R. Mead is the daughter of Mary UNKNOWN.

Elvira Tuttle (F)
b. circa 1844
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     Elvira Tuttle Seen listed in non-Census sources as 'Eliza'. She was born circa 1844 at New Hampshire, USA. She was the daughter of Stephen Tuttle and Mary Ann Berry.

William B. Tuttle (M)
b. circa 1845
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     William B. Tuttle In same house, 1870 Census for New Durham, Strafford Co, NH are listed:

Hill, ?Margaretta? or ?Marametta?, age 13, f, w, at school, b. NH and
Tebbetts, Angeline, 11, f, w, at school, b. NH

1880 US Census for New Durham:

TUTTLE:

William B., w, m, 31, farm laborer
Ellen C., w, f, 42, wife, keeping house
Mazina M, w, f, 15, Dau, at home (this one causes serious concern.. see below)

Likely same William B. listedi in 1900 US Census, then MARRIED??? to 'Mazina B.' with three sons and two daughters all born after 1882. It is my belief the enumerator erred with this listing. Else William married his own daughter?

Here's the family, as listed in 1900:

TUTTLE:
William B., head, w, m, Sep-1844, 55, M-17,
Mazina B., wife, w, f, Jan-1868, 32, M-17, 6/5,
A? L., son, w, m, Oct-1883, 16, S,
Lilla D., dau, w, f, Mar-1887, 13, S,
Clarence E., son, w, m, Jul-1889, 10, S,
Grover?, C, son, w, m, May-1891, 9, S,
Effie M., dau, w, f, Nov-1897, 2, S,

in 1910 Census, still in New Durham, only daughter Effie living with him.

Not listed in 1920, presume possibly died between 1910 and 1920?

Some other researchers have indicated that William indeed married a Mazine Colomy, before 1883, in New Durham.\

Listed as their children are 'Ai' Tuttle, b. 14-Oct-1883, Lilla D., b. 29-Mar-1887, and Effie May, b. 04-Nov-1897, which would surely fit with 1900 US Census information, above, though no listing of either Clarence OR 'Grover'.

My major concern is that the 'Mazine' listed as his wife in 1900, was very close in age to his daughter of the same name. The only differences being her listed middle initial and her listed year of birth. Though we're also seeing a drift in William's listed birth year, as well. This is a serious dilemma, in my opinion. Would be of interest to find a marriage record for William and Mazine, though I suspect none exists. Where the Colomy surname came from is, at this point in time, a real mystery to me. He was born circa 1845 at New Hampshire, USA. He was the son of Stephen Tuttle and Mary Ann Berry. William B. Tuttle married Ellen C. Miller on 19 March 1864 at New Hampshire, USA.

Stephen M. Tuttle (M)
b. circa 1848
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     Stephen M. Tuttle was born circa 1848 at New Hampshire, USA. He was the son of Stephen Tuttle and Mary Ann Berry.

Ellen C. Miller (F)
b. circa 1842

     Her married name was Tuttle. Ellen C. Miller was born circa 1842 at New Hampshire, USA. She married William B. Tuttle, son of Stephen Tuttle and Mary Ann Berry, on 19 March 1864 at New Hampshire, USA.

Hellen A. Paine (F)
b. October 1887
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     Hellen A. Paine was born in October 1887 at Massachusetts, USA. She was the daughter of Charles Paine and Susan (?).

Arthur W. Paine (M)
b. June 1889
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     Arthur W. Paine was born in June 1889 at Massachusetts, USA. He was the son of Charles Paine and Susan (?).

Charles L. Paine (M)
b. April 1893
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     Charles L. Paine was born in April 1893 at Massachusetts, USA. He was the son of Charles Paine and Susan (?).

Harold W. Paine (M)
b. August 1895
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     Harold W. Paine was born in August 1895 at Massachusetts, USA. He was the son of Charles Paine and Susan (?).

Allen (Alton?) Paine (M)
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     Allen (Alton?) Paine is the son of Charles Paine and Susan (?).

Ephram Atkins Paine (M)
b. 4 October 1828
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     Ephram Atkins Paine was naturalized; Janitor. He NOTE: Different sources indicate same birthdate but two different locations. Chelsea, Suffolk, MA, and Truro, Barnstable, MA. Wonder if one was birth other baptism? Or, if two Eprhaim Paines were both born on 04-Oct-1828??? *L* Since the Truro record showed parents, I figured that was the most correct, as it also listed Charlotte as mother, who is in 1880 Census.

1880 US Census for Charlestown Dist, Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts :
Ephram A. PAINE Self M Male W 51 MA Janitor MA MA
Matilda PAINE Wife M Female W 46 MA Keeping House MA MA
Charolett PAINE Mother W Female W 72 MA At Home MA MA
Matilda A. PAINE Other S Female W 17 MA Works Book Store MA MA
Charles A. PAINE Son S Male W 14 MA At School MA MA. He was born on 4 October 1828 at Truro, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, USA. He was the son of Joseph Paine and Charlotte UNKNOWN. Ephram Atkins Paine married Matilda Ann Atkins, daughter of Jonah Atkins and Matilda K. Pike, on 27 November 1855 at Truro, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, USA.

Child of Ephram Atkins Paine and Matilda Ann Atkins
Charles Paine+ b. Aug 1865

Matilda Ann Atkins (F)
b. 8 March 1834
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     Her married name was Paine. Matilda Ann Atkins was born on 8 March 1834 at Truro, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, USA. She was the daughter of Jonah Atkins and Matilda K. Pike. Matilda Ann Atkins married Ephram Atkins Paine, son of Joseph Paine and Charlotte UNKNOWN, on 27 November 1855 at Truro, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, USA.

Child of Matilda Ann Atkins and Ephram Atkins Paine
Charles Paine+ b. Aug 1865

Joseph Paine (M)

Child of Joseph Paine and Charlotte UNKNOWN
Ephram Atkins Paine+ b. 4 Oct 1828

Charlotte UNKNOWN (F)
b. circa 1807

     Charlotte UNKNOWN was born circa 1807 at Massachusetts, USA.

Child of Charlotte UNKNOWN and Joseph Paine
Ephram Atkins Paine+ b. 4 Oct 1828

Jonah Atkins (M)
b. 3 October 1802
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     Jonah Atkins was born on 3 October 1802 at Truro, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, USA. He was the son of Jonah Atkins and Mehitable Rich. Jonah Atkins married Matilda K. Pike, daughter of John Pike and Sally Paine, on 28 January 1830 at Truro, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, USA.

Child of Jonah Atkins and Matilda K. Pike
Matilda Ann Atkins+ b. 8 Mar 1834

Matilda K. Pike (F)
b. 22 July 1811
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     Her married name was Atkins. Matilda K. Pike was born on 22 July 1811 at Truro, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, USA. She was the daughter of John Pike and Sally Paine. Matilda K. Pike married Jonah Atkins, son of Jonah Atkins and Mehitable Rich, on 28 January 1830 at Truro, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, USA.

Child of Matilda K. Pike and Jonah Atkins
Matilda Ann Atkins+ b. 8 Mar 1834

Jonah Atkins (M)
b. 13 October 1766

     Jonah Atkins was born on 13 October 1766 at Truro, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, USA.

Child of Jonah Atkins and Mehitable Rich
Jonah Atkins+ b. 3 Oct 1802

Mehitable Rich (F)

Child of Mehitable Rich and Jonah Atkins
Jonah Atkins+ b. 3 Oct 1802

John Pike (M)

     John Pike married Sally Paine on 26 November 1801 at Wellfleet, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, USA.

Child of John Pike and Sally Paine
Matilda K. Pike+ b. 22 Jul 1811

Sally Paine (F)

     Sally Paine married John Pike on 26 November 1801 at Wellfleet, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, USA.

Child of Sally Paine and John Pike
Matilda K. Pike+ b. 22 Jul 1811

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