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2151 Title: RECORD OF THE BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS OF THE FIRST PROPRIETORS OF LANDS IN MIDDLETOWN, CONNECTICUT
Author: The New England Historical and Genealogical Register
Publication: pub. By New England Historic-Genealogical Society for the year 1860. Volume XIV; reprinted: http://www.genealogylists.com/country/usCT/Middletown_VR_NEHGR.asp
Page: Volume 14, page 63 
Family F1771
 
2152 Title: Society of Genealogy of Durkee, Founded 1977, Incorporated 1984, "Durkee Family Newsletter" Robin K. Durkee, President; Bernice B. Gunderson, Editor & Family Researcher
Nathaniel Durkee was almost certainly the eldest son, although the date of his birth has not been found. He is mentioned first in his father's will although his bequest was smaller than his brother Andrew's. He was probably born in late 1701. Nathaniel married Mary Baker, on August 11, 1727 in Windham. Mary was most likely the daughter of Joseph Baker and Hannah (Cook), born July 5, 1702 in Norwich, Connecticut. John Baker and his wife Sarah (Davis) have also been mentioned as possible parents of Mary. The eldest children of Nathaniel and Mary were twin daughters, Hannah and Elizabeth, (likely named for their two grandmothers) born February 6, 1728/9. Hannah married Junia Ingraham and had 11 children. Elizabeth married a Gillett but the details of her family have not been found. The next child was Nathaniel, Jr. born December 10, 1730. He married Keziah Martin about 1750 and had 5 known children. This family went to New York and the details of their later life are not known. Jedidiah, the next son was baptized on June 22, 1735 and was probably born shortly before this date. He was living at the time of his father's death in 1760 and received all of Nathaniel's stock, farming implements and carpenter's tools. No record of a marriage or family for Jedidiah has been found. Timothy, the 3rd son was born May 1, 1737 and married Lucy A. Smalley on May 3, 1758. They were the parents of 11 children. They removed to Hanover, Grafton County, New Hampshire about 1770 and to Royalton, Vermont before 1780. Timothy served in the Revolution as a Lieutenant.
A third daughter, Mary was baptized on July 1, 1739. One daughter, Hannah Martin Warner, was born to them.
Catherine, was the 4th daughter of Nathaniel and Mary and was baptized March 7, 1741/2. She married Joseph Beeman on June 28, 1759 and had 10 children. The youngest child was Nathan who was baptized on January 31, 1748. He was a minor at the time of his father's death and was not mentioned in the will. However, a guardian was appointed for him on April 21, 1762.
Nathaniel and his family moved to Woodbury about 1737 and Nathaniel wrote his will there in February 1760. He stated that he had disposed of his real estate by deeds of gifts to his children, and the will concerned only his personal estate. Nathaniel likely died shortly after the will was written, but the exact date of his death, or his gravestone have not been found.
Nathaniel's wife Mary, married Samuel Martin, Sr. in 1768 and more research is necessary to locate the details on her later life and date of death.

 
Durkee, Capt Nathaniel (I2737)
 
2153 Town History
History of Ancient Woodbury, Connecticut
Contains good information on Ingrahams, Bakers, Durkees
Need to read this book


 
Ingraham, Benjamin (I1720)
 
2154 Town records
Ancestry.com. New England, The Great Migration and The Great Migration Begins, 1620-1635 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2013. Vol 3, p2064-7, image 753-6:
"FREEMAN:" Propounded as a freeman on 1 December 1640 and admitted 2 March 1640/1 [PCR 2:3, 8]. "Walter Woodward" in Scituate section of 1639 (added after his admission on 2 March 1640/1), 1658, 29 May 1670 and early 1683 lists of Plymouth Colony freemen [PCR 5:275, 8:175, 198, 204].
EDUCATION: Signed his will by mark. His inventory included his "purse & apparel & books" valued at 5 10s.
OFFICES: Scituate surveyor of highways, 4 June 1645, 2 June 1646, 3 June 1656 [PCR 2:84, 102, 3:100]. Arbiter, 4 June 1645, 3 June 1662/3, 9 June 1665 [PCR 2:85, 4:31, 100]. Coroner's Jury, 1 July 1680 [PCR 6:45].
Walter Woodworth was in the Scituate section of 1643 Plymouth list of men able to bear arms [PCR 8:191].
BIRTH: By about 1612 based on taxation in 1633.
DEATH: Scituate between 26 November 1685 (date of will) and 25 February 1685/6 (date of inventory).
MARRIAGE: By about 1641 __ __; she died after about 1664."

 
Woodworth, Walter (I1286)
 
2155 Town Records
Attleboro, Bristol, MA
Joseph Ingraham mentioned 1690-1715
Jeremiah Ingraham mentioned 1715
Benjamin Ingraham received bounties for killing wolves 1715.

 
Ingraham, Benjamin (I1720)
 
2156 Town Records
Source Information
Title: Ipswich in the Massachusetts Bay Colony
Author: Thomas Franklin Waters
Publisher: The Ipswich Historical Society
Publisher Date: 1905
Publisher Location: Ipswich, Massachusetts
p93
2 Dec 1679, Deacon Knowlton and John Knowlton, Sen. listed as Selectmen (allowed to vote in Town affairs).
p93-6
13 Feb 1678
List of names who have right of commonage: Deacon Knowlton

 
Knowlton, Deacon Thomas (I2637)
 
2157 Twin of Isaac Smalley

New England Historical & Genealogical Register Vol. 48, page 71.

Library of Cape Cod History & Genealogy # 34, page 529. Also #33. page 507 &
508.

The Mayflower Planters Cape Cod Series vol.I, by Leon Clark Hill

Plymouth Colony Its History & People 1620-1691 by Eugene Aubrey Stratton
Pueblo public library 929.3744

She was the daughter of John Smalley and the twin of Isacke.

BIRTH:
Stephen Hopkins MFIP' by John D Austin (1989) p13 -Mary was a twin.
BIRTH:
Mayflower Families-Stephen Hopkins' by John D Austin (1992) p20 -"a twin"
MARRIAGES:
Stephen Hopkins MFIP' by John D Austin (1989) p13
MARRIAGES:
Mayflower Families-Stephen Hopkins' by John D Austin (1992) p20
DEATH:
Stephen Hopkins MFIP' by John D Austin (1989) p13
DEATH:
Mayflower Families-Stephen Hopkins' by John D Austin (1992) p20 -"d. after 7 Dec. 1699 (when mentioned in second husband's will), prob. Eastham ca. 1703" 
Smalley, Mary (I2752)
 
2158 Twin of Johan Jacob Hirzel. Hiertzel, Maria Margaretha (I3388)
 
2159 Twin of Maria Margretha Hirzel.
 
Hiertzel, Johan Jacob (I3387)
 
2160 Twin of Mary Smalley
 
Smalley, Isaac (I2666)
 
2161 Twin of Mearl Hinds, Murl (I3694)
 
2162 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Hinds, Merle Yvonne (I3693)
 
2163 Twin of Nellie

REF: Daniel Lightfoot Descendants
Around the base of the large Hoblit Family Pedestal Monument are the original smaller gravestones of several family members. Among these is the small domed tablet gravestone for both Benjamin L. Hoblit and an infant daughter. The inscription for the infant daughter reads "Infant Daughter, Born Jan 28, 1867, Died Feb 8, 1867, Aged 11 days". 
Hoblit, Infant (I3453)
 
2164 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Hoblit, Nellie (I3450)
 
2165 Twin sister to Carrie Wood
Moved by train from Alden, Iowa in April 1902 to Innisfail, Canada. Uncle Arthur Wood went along with them to help them homestead. - Mervel
 
Wood, Clara Caroline (I97)
 
2166 Twin to Adam Baxter McConnell
 
McConnell, Andrew (I2979)
 
2167 Twin to brother Christopher Orr, Thomas (I5116)
 
2168 Twin to brother Thomas Orr, Christopher (I5104)
 
2169 Twin to brother William Orr, Christopher (I5107)
 
2170 twin to Dakota James Vasa
 
Vasa, Living (I5542)
 
2171 twin to Lyndsky Jo Falcon Caron
 
Caron, Living (I5572)
 
2172 twin to Nathaniel Hungerford, Lemuel (I5259)
 
2173 twin to Nickelas Alan Vasa Vasa, Living (I5543)
 
2174 Twin to Susannah
Died as child - age: about 2 years, 0 months, 13 days. 
Stephenson, Phebe (I5096)
 
2175 twin to Tirria Nicole Falcon Caron Caron, Living (I5573)
 
2176 Twin to William Barber McConnell
 
McConnell, Adam Baxter (I2977)
 
2177 Twin with Delmer Butz, Della Clara (I5822)
 
2178 Twin with Hannah Durkee, Elizabeth (I2808)
 
2179 Twin with Hugh A. McCaughan, Martha Alice (I3847)
 
2180 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. McCaughan, Hugh Ansley (I3846)
 
2181 Twin with sister Margaret.

REF: St. Peter, Heysham Parish, Lancashire, England
http://www.lan-opc.org.uk/Heysham/stpeter/index.html
Burial: 17 Jun 1833 St Peter, Heysham, Lancashire, England
Rachael Stephenson -
Age: 24
Abode: Heysham
Buried by: T. Y. Ridley, Rector
Register: Burials 1813 - 1873, Page 33, Entry 257
Source: LDS Film 1471019 
Stephenson, Rachel (I4964)
 
2182 Twin with sister Rachel.

REF: St. Peter, Heysham Parish, Lancashire, England
http://www.lan-opc.org.uk/Heysham/stpeter/index.html
Burial: 8 May 1828 St Peter, Heysham, Lancashire, England
Margaret Stephenson -
Age: 19
Abode: Heysham
Buried by: T. Y. Ridley, Rector
Register: Burials 1813 - 1873, Page 24, Entry 188
Source: LDS Film 1471019 
Stephenson, Margaret (I4963)
 
2183 U S Census of 1820 shows living in Windsor Township, Ashtabula Co., O H U S Census of 1830 shows living in Windsor, Ashtabula Co., OH. U S Cens us of 1850 shows living in Fayette, LaFayette Co., WI. Eaton, Daniel (I5419)
 
2184 U S Census of 1870 shows living in Ellis Township, Hardin Co., IA.
U S Census of 1900 shows living in Hardin Co., IA.
U S Census of 1920 shows living in Spokane, Spokane Co., WA. 
Percival, Sophronia Alma (I3498)
 
2185 U S Census of 1870 shows living in Ellis Township, Hardin Co., IA.
Worked as a Domestic for Lindley Hoag (a farmer) in 1870.
 
Percival, Lucretia Lucinda (I3488)
 
2186 U S census of 1870 shows living in Ellis Township, Hardin Co., IA. Percival, Electa Anna (I3492)
 
2187 U S Census of 1870 shows living in Ellis Township, Hardin Co., IA. Percival, Mary Jane (I3495)
 
2188 U.S. Census
1850 Greenfield, Huron, Ohio
Lists Alfred age 42 with wife "Rhoda" and 5 kids
 
Knapp, Alfred (I3871)
 
2189 U.S. Census
1850 Sparta, Randolph Co., IL
Lists her age as 34 which means she was born in 1816, not 1821 as the 1860 census says
 
Linn, Martha (I1588)
 
2190 U.S. Census
1860 MazoManie, Dane Co., WI
Lists him as "Spiritualism Insane"
 
Woodworth, Desinious (I3888)
 
2191 U.S. Census
1860 Richland, Clarion Co., PA
Lists 8 children
 
Ritts, Susannah (I2185)
 
2192 U.S. Census
1860 Sparta, Randolph Co., IL
Lists birth place as "Canada West"
What does this mean in the 1860's? 
Stephenson, Elizabeth Ann (I1484)
 
2193 U.S. Census
1860 Sparta, Randolph Co., IL
Lists birth place as "Canada West"
What does this mean in the 1860's? 
Stephenson, Margaret (I1483)
 
2194 U.S. Census
1860 St. Charles City, St. Charles, MO
Lists "Barbara" under Peter Hausam as 16 years old. Is thsi Juyli?
 
Hausam, Juyli Lusetta (I4339)
 
2195 U.S. Census
1870
1880 Portage, St. Charles Co., MO
Lists "Bessie", age 14, living with father, James, and step mother, Charlotte Boellner.
1900
Unable to find Elizabeth and Ferdinand in 1900 or 1910 census.
 
Mittelberger, Elizabeth Marie (I2370)
 
2196 U.S. Census
1870 Ellis, Hardin Co., IA

1880 Ellis, Hardin Co., IA
 
Percival, Emma Clarina (I3500)
 
2197 U.S. Census
1870 North Shenango, Crawford Co., PA
Clarasy is listed as 44 years old

1880 District 108, Moberly, Randolph Co., Missouri
Lists a Carrie Percival, age 33, born in Ohio, widowed, with her daughter Emma M., age 13 born in Ohio
If this were Rufus' second wife, then she would be 54 based on 1870 census
 
Clarasy (I5862)
 
2198 U.S. Census
1880 District 11, Hillsborough, Vernon Co., WI
Thomas and Margaret McClure are listed, and she is 62, born in about 1818. Their daughter Caroline is living with them 
Franklin, Margaret (I3605)
 
2199 U.S. Census
1880 District 280, Scandia, Republic Co., KS
Lists Charles Laughlin, wife Hattie and son, Chas. A. Charles is 26, born in IL and his father born in KY and mother in IL which fits his parents
1900
1910 Liberty, Clay Co., MO
Lists Charles Laughlin with new wife Lally and his son, Bradford, and grandson, Cecil, along with Ann Wood, his aunt 
Laughlin, Charles M. (I4733)
 
2200 U.S. Census
1900 Cooks, Fulton Co., Georgia
States that they had 9 children and only six were alive
 
Laughlin, Annie E. (I4734)
 

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