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201 "The eldest son, Edmund, who was apprenticed to Henry Skerry in Great Yarmouth, sailed with his master in 1637, either on the ROSE of Great Yarmouth or the JOHN AND DORTHY of Ipswich, two vessels commanded by William Andrews and William Andrews, Jr., arriving in Boston in June." TOWNE, Edmund (I5131)
 
202 "The first Quaker Meeting in New England was held at the home of Joshua Buffum. There are many accountings of Joshua Buffum in the early court records of Salem . . . . "  BUFFUM, Joshua (I3436)
 
203 "The Leon Free Methodist Church was organized in the fall of 1874 by the Rev. J. W. Alpine with the following members: Joseph Sherman and wife, Lyman Franklin and Edwin Kellogg. Meetings were held in the Wells Hill schoolhouse until the fall of 1876, when the old school building of Leon Center was purchased . . . . In March, 1878, a board of trustees composed of Edwin Kellogg . . . was chosen . . . . In 1876, the Rev John Taylor was sent to the Leon Circuit. He remained a year and was succeeded by . . . . The church enjoyed considerable prosperity with 40 members. The following were the board of stewards: . . . Lyman Franklin . . . Albert Kellogg . . . ." FRANKLIN, Lyman (I2793)
 
204 "The Leon Free Methodist Church was organized in the fall of 1874 by the Rev. J. W. Alpine with the following members: Joseph Sherman and wife, Lyman Franklin and Edwin Kellogg. Meetings were held in the Wells Hill schoolhouse until the fall of 1876, when the old school building of Leon Center was purchased . . . . In March, 1878, a board of trustees composed of Edwin Kellogg . . . was chosen . . . . In 1876, the Rev John Taylor was sent to the Leon Circuit. He remained a year and was succeeded by . . . . The church enjoyed considerable prosperity with 40 members. The following were the board of stewards: . . . Lyman Franklin . . . Albert Kellogg . . . ." KELLOGG, Edwin Ashbel (I45)
 
205 "The Leon Free Methodist Church was organized in the fall of 1874 by the Rev. J. W. Alpine with the following members: Joseph Sherman and wife, Lyman Franklin and Edwin Kellogg. Meetings were held in the Wells Hill schoolhouse until the fall of 1876, when the old school building of Leon Center was purchased . . . . In March, 1878, a board of trustees composed of Edwin Kellogg . . . was chosen . . . . In 1876, the Rev John Taylor was sent to the Leon Circuit. He remained a year and was succeeded by . . . . The church enjoyed considerable prosperity with 40 members. The following were the board of stewards: . . . Lyman Franklin . . . Albert Kellogg . . . ." KELLOGG, Albert Levens (I206)
 
206 "The Leon Free Methodist Church was organized in the fall of 1874 by the Rev. J. W. Alpine with the following members: Joseph Sherman and wife, Lyman Franklin and Edwin Kellogg. Meetings were held in the Wells Hill schoolhouse until the fall of 1876, when the old school building of Leon Center was purchased . . . . In March, 1878, a board of trustees composed of Edwin Kellogg . . . was chosen . . . . In 1876, the Rev John Taylor was sent to the Leon Circuit. He remained a year and was succeeded by . . . . The church enjoyed considerable prosperity with 40 members. The following were the board of stewards: . . . Lyman Franklin . . . Albert Kellogg . . . ." TAYLOR, John S. Rev. (I145)
 
207 "The name of George's wife, the details of his life, and the date of his death are unknown." FISKE, George (I5280)
 
208 "The name of his wife, the details of his life, and the date of his death are unknown." FISKE, Richard (I4750)
 
209 "The will of John Rolfe, Esq., of Salem County , NJ, was probated Nov 20, 1742. Mentions Sons John, Josiah (minor), daughters Mary and Sarah, wife of David Ross. I can forward a copy of the abstract of the will if you do not have it."

Michael Britten-Kelly
Posting to GenForum 
ROLFE, John James (I2345)
 
210 "The youngest . . studied medicine and settled in Attleboro, Mass., where he died soon after in 1827." PARRIS, Samuel (I412)
 
211 "There is nothing to establish the birth of any of the following children. By comparing various records, I have been able to give some approximate dates, which may aid some. Without doubt three of the children were born in England." Family F1916
 
212 "They res. in Wilton about twenty years after their marriage, and had one son and several daughters, but finally removed to Maine."
 
RIDEOUT, Polly (I1493)
 
213 "They were married in Friends' Meeting after the manner of that sect; but according to the town records they wre also married on the same day by Joseph Otis." (John Rogers of Marshfield Book, p. 18) Family F476
 
214 "This William Tosh appears to have been the William MacIntosch who was among the Scotch prisoners shipped to New England by Cromwell in 1651, after the battles of Dunbar and Worcester, most of whom were sold to the Lynn and Braintree Iron Works. Tosh or MacIntosh married at Braintree . . . Jael Swilvan, who was evidently one of the ship-load of Irish captives sent to New England in 1654. When the Braintree men set out to settled Block Island, Tosh was among the first settlers, and became a man of prominence." Family F2148
 
215 "Thomas Gardner, the Planter." GARDNER, Thomas (I3444)
 
216 "Three sons, Edmund, Jacob and Joseph, founded large families in Topsfield . . . ." TOWNE, Edmund (I5131)
 
217 "Three sons, Edmund, Jacob and Joseph, founded large families in Topsfield . . . ." TOWNE, Jacob (I5132)
 
218 "Three sons, Edmund, Jacob and Joseph, founded large families in Topsfield . . . ." TOWNE, Joseph (I5133)
 
219 "Timothy Rogers was admitted a townsman of Marshfield Feb'y 14, 1664/5. . . .

"Apparently the line between his land and that of his brother, Joseph, was the line between Marshfield and Duxbury."

John Rogers of Marshfield Book, p. 14) 
ROGERS, Timothy (I1200)
 
220 "Unmarried." (Bowen Family Tree) RIDOUT, Mabel Beatrice (I1127)
 
221 "Unmarried." (Bowen Family Tree) BOWEN, Mildred (I1632)
 
222 "Unmarried." (Bowen Family Tree) BUE, Mary Lou (I2259)
 
223 "Walter was a ship captain. He sailed from Newport, RI in 1758 . . . for the Mediterranean and was never heard from again. She remarried." BUFFUM, Walter (I4480)
 
224 "Was a highly respectable architect in Boston, and was employed a good deal by the United States Government in building dock yards, and also in the Navy Yards. He became quite wealthy, but left no children." PARRIS, Alexander (I350)
 
225 "Was Governor of Rhode Island." JENKS, Gov Joseph (I3056)
 
226 "Widow of William Parker." (UNK) PARKER, Alice (I3176)
 
227 "Will dated 8 July 1674, proved 22 Aug 1674." CHICKERING, Simon (Simeon, Symon) (I3155)
 
228 "William Hatch and his family settled at Scituate . . . . He returned to England, but came back to New England in Apr. 1638, in the ship CASTLE. It is probable that his brother Thomas with his wife and children and his sister Elizabeth Soan with her son William came with him on this voyage." Family F1924
 
229 "William Hatch and his family settled at Scituate, where he built a house on Kent Street and was admitted freeman on 5 Jan 1635/6. He returned to England, but came back to New England in Apr. 1638, in the ship CASTLE. It is probable that his brother Thomas with his wife and children and his sister Elizabeth Soan with her son William came with him on this voyage. In 1643 William Hatch was chosen the first ruling elder of the Second Church of Scituate, and in August of that year he with his sons Walter and John appears on the list of those in Scituate able to bear arms (that is, they were between 16 and 60 years of age)." HATCH, Elder William (I4876)
 
230 "[A] clothier . . . In 1718, he built the house [92 Boston Street] . . . where he, his son Enos, and grandson Enos carried on the same business for upwards of a century. . . ." POPE, Enos (I3354)
 
231 "[A]according to the Roster of the Society of the Cincinnati he [Matthew] was a Captain, 13th Regiment, Pennsylvania Continental Line in the Revolutionary War." (Internet Posting #5237 by Bill LaBach.)

The list of Matthew's seven children was set forth in Internet Posting #5232 by Bill LaBach (GenForum/Scott, 3/27/2000)(Printed 12/18/2003).

Matthew dod was 20 May 1796 according to Internet Posting by Tudie Alsbury (GenForum/Scott #4615 (1/28/2000))(Printed 12/18/03) 
SCOTT, Matthew (I608)
 
232 "[F]armer and local preacher . . . " (Taylor Book, p 52) TAYLOR, John S. Rev. (I145)
 
233 "[G]ravestone inscribed with title of Lieutenant; perhaps a shoemaker as well as a farmer." SMITH, Aaron (I3273)
 
234 "[He] is a farmer and a Methodist Episcopalian; res., unm., in Leon." (Kellogg Book, p 1155)

 
KELLOGG, Albert Levens (I206)
 
235 "[He] is a farmer and a Methodist Episcopalian; res., unm., in Leon." (Kellogg Book, p 1155) KELLOGG, Oscar Finley (I205)
 
236 "[H]ad a family. They resided in Austin, Dakota." (Taylor Book, p 53) TAYLOR, Calvin (I199)
 
237 "[H]ad six ch.; lives at Smith Mills, N.Y." (Taylor Book, p 52) TAYLOR, Caroline (I153)
 
238 "[H]e married Ruth Shove, and moved to Mendon (now Uxbridge) in 1742. He was a tanner and farmer, and a distinguished preacher of the Society of Friends, of Mendon, Mass."  SOUTHWICK, Daniel (I709)
 
239 "[H]e was a farmer and a Methodist Episcopalian." (Kellogg Book, p 1155)

"Birthright member of the Friend Church. Later joined Methodists." (Note on back of stationary of Edwin L. Taylor, State Normal School, Plattsburgh, NY)

Born in Madison County NY. Came with parents to Leon in 1826. (Note by Betty T. Ross)


 
KELLOGG, Edwin Ashbel (I45)
 
240 "[M]inister for 44 yrs. in Jamestown and Rochester. . . ." (Taylor Book, p 52)

"He is a Free Methodist minister; res. in Rochester, N.Y.; she [wife Sylvia] res. in Leon." (Kellogg Book, p 1581) 
TAYLOR, Rev. Emory Adelbert (I43)
 
241 "[N]eal Southwick . . . undertook a study of the Southwick family and published his findings in 1981. His research included the discovery of the marriage of Lawrence Southwick and Cassandra Burnell at Kingswinford, county Stafford, England, 'both of that parish,' on 25 January 1623/4. His brief treatment of Lawrence and Cassandra Southwick included the English baptisms of some, but not all, of their children between 1625 and 1637 [fn.2].

[fn.2] "The child Josiah, bp. at Kingswinford on 20 March 1628/9. was omitted from his list.

"This discovery puts to rest the long-held tradition that Lawrence Southwick came to New England from Lancashire, England, in 1627, returned to England and brought his wife Cassandra, son John and daughter Mary to Massachusetts in 1630 on the May Flower with Mr. William Bradford and others." 
Family F254
 
242 "[On March 21, 1692] the fourth person to be arrested [for witchcraft], Martha Cory of Salem Village, was examined by Hathorne and Corwin before a throng of several hundred in the Village meetinghouse. As she was led into the room, the afflicted girls, sitting together at the front, cried out in 'extreme agony'; when she wrong her hands, they screamed that they were being pinched; when she bit her lips, they declared that they could feel teeth biting into their own flesh. In the general hubbub, a Village woman named Bethshaa [sic] Pope flung first her muff and then her shoe at Martha, striking her in the head." FOLGER, Bethseda (I3345)
 
243 "[R]esides at Troy, NY, having been connected with the Troy Stove Works for a number of years. He was a member of the firm of Potter, Parris & Co., and subsequently of Burdett, Parris & Co. He is at present the manager of the Double Reservoir Stove Co., and is a man of good business talent and enterprise." PARRIS, Daniel E (I279)
 
244 "[T]he name of John Rogers is given in the 1643 list of freemen of Scituate, although the date of his admission has not been found."

John lived in Scituate until 1647, when he removed to Marshfield until his death about May 1661.  
ROGERS, John of Marshfield (I1197)
 
245 "[T]he proper spelling of my borhter's name is 'Zuing'". (Letter to Nina Taylor from Alfred Bowen Jr., dated 30 July 1950, from Denison, Iowa. DER has the original copy of the letter.)

"Unmarried." (Bowen Family Tree) 
BOWEN, Zuing (I1631)
 
246 "[T]he three surviving daughters, Rebecca Nurse, Mary Esty and Sarah Cloyes, gained a tragic prominence in one of the most unhappy chapters of Salem's history, the witchcraft delusion. The story has been told many times, but always the nobility of character of the three sisters gains our admiration and respect." Family F1944
 
247 "[T]he three surviving daughters, Rebecca Nurse, Mary Esty and Sarah Cloyes, gained a tragic prominence in one of the most unhappy chapters of Salem's history, the witchcraft delusion. The story has been told many times, but always the nobility of character of the three sisters gains our admiration and respect." Family F1945
 
248 "[T]he three surviving daughters, Rebecca Nurse, Mary Esty and Sarah Cloyes, gained a tragic prominence in one of the most unhappy chapters of Salem's history, the witchcraft delusion. The story has been told many times, but always the nobility of character of the three sisters gains our admiration and respect." Family F1946
 
249 "[W]as a farmer and res on the homestead. He was one of the early members of the Babtist church." RIDEOUT, Joshua (I1492)
 
250 "[W]ent with wife, Betsy, to Versailes, N.Y. 1829." (Taylor Book, p 53) SMITH, Betsey W. (I197)
 

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