a history of the north society of Middletown, Ct.
from 1650 to 1800
with genealogical and biographical chapters
on early families.

Charles Collard Adams
New York: Grafton Press, 1908.


[transcribed by Coralynn Brown ]

According to Mr. James Francis Savage, of Lowell, Mass., who published "The Family of John Savage of Middletown, Conn., 1652," there is no knowledge of him antecedent to the Hartford record which reads, "John Savage of Hartford was married to Elizabeth Dubbin ye tenth day of febru : one thousand six hundred and fifty two." In the Middletown Land Records and Family Records the name of his wife is given as Dublin. In 1707 John Dublin petitioned the General Assembly of Rhode Island that he might receive some allowance for the shot he received in his head while engaged with Col. John Wanton, in the capture of French privateers. He was granted a pension for the term of his natural life. That he may have been a nephew of Mrs. John Savage is the conclusion of Mr. James Francis Savage.

1. John1 Savage was " mayd free " May 18, 1654, by the Great and General Court, at which time he had built his house in Middletown Upper Houses on the lot at the corner as indicated in the 1675 map. His homestead of three acres was the nearest to lower Middletown. When William Blomfield left the settlement Mr. Savage became the proprietor of his house and lot, the Martin homestead intervening. He soon extended his possessions to the adjoining lands, and received grants in various localities so that in 1674 he possessed 1207 acres, of which 441 acres were on the east side of the Connecticut river. His name is seventh in the list of members who organized the church on Sept. 4, 1668. He was one of the three Townsmen in 1667, and held the rank of Sergeant in the traine band." His will, recorded in Hartford, shows that he died Mar. 6, 1684-5, and is dated November 22, 1684. He gave the " Dwelling hous hom loft " and other property. during her natural life, to his " Louing wife Elizabeth Sauedg " ; made valuable bequests to his sons, John, William and Nathaniel, the homestead going to the latter after his mother's death, and provided that certain pieces of property and his household goods " be Left in my Louing Wive's hands to Despose of to all my Daughters according to her best Descrection & the advice of my overseers notwithstanding my will is which was before forgot that my two Coults if they come to hand be the bigest to William & the youngest to Nathaniel and to poses them as sone as they can find them. "The will is in the hand-writing of Nathaniel White, and it was witnessed by him and by Samuel Hall, who resided across the street. The inventory was taken by Giles Hamlin, Sergeant William Ward and Nathaniel White and to it is added :

Legatees of John Sauadge deceased
  • 2. John2 son to John Sauedge 33 years old.
  • 3. Wm2 son to John Sauedge 17 years old.
  • 3a. Nathaniel2 son to John Sauedge 14 years old.
  • Elizabeth, daughter to John Sauedge 30 years old.
  • Sarah, daughter to John Sauedge 28 years old.
  • Mary, daughter to John Sauedge 27 years old.
  • Abigail, daughter to John Sauedge 19 years old.
  • Rachel, daughter to John Sauedge 12 years old.
  • Hanna, daughter to John Sauedge 9 years old.

    Of these children Elizabeth married Nathaniel3 White (Capt. Nathaniel2, Elder John1) ; Sarah m. Israeli Wilcox (John2, John1) ; Rachel m. William4 Goodrich, whose brother Charles taught school here; Abigail m. Edward Shepard. (See White, Wilcox, Shepard Families.)

    2. John2 Savage (John1), b. Dec. 2, 1652, Upper Houses; m. May 30, 1682, Mary2 Ranney (Thomas1). He was made captain of the north train band, 1711, on the death of Capt. Nathaniel White. He d. Oct. 30, 1726 ; she d. Aug. 19, 1734. Their tombstones are in the old cemetery. Among his children were:
    • 4. Thomas3 , b. Aug. 21, 1684.
    • Mary, b. Feb. 11, 1690-1; m. Sept. 22, 1709, David Hurlbut, b. Aug. 11, 1688, son of John and Mary (Deming) Hurlbut of Middletown. He was the first blacksmith in Upper Houses, was given a four-acre lot in the "common" and rem. to East Middletown in 1734. (See Hurlbut. Hulburt Lineage.)
    • William, b. July, 1693.
    • Elizabeth, b. July, 1696; in. Sept. 9, 1725, Andrew4 Cornwall (Wm.3, ____ 2,____1 ; she d. Mar. 21, 1847. (See Cornwall Genealogy.)
    • Sarah, b. Sept., 1700; m. June 2, 1726, her first cousin, William Savage.
    • Mercy, b. Apr. 10, 1706 ; m. Mar. 1, 1726-7, George3 Stocking (George2, Samuel1).

  • 3. William2 Savage (John), b. Apr. 26, 1668, Upper Houses; m. (1) May 6, 1696, Christian Mould, b. , 1677, dau. of Hugh and Martha (Colt) Mould of New London. She d. Oct. 16, 1719, and he m. (2) Nov., 1726, Elizabeth (Whitmore), widow of Daniel Clark. He d. Jan. 25, 1726-7, and she m. ____ Williams and d. Jan. 31, 1743. He was captain of the north company, 1719, deputy to the General Assembly, 1715-26, and deacon, 1716. His tombstone is in the old cemetery.
    • Martha,. b. June 10, 1697; m. (1) Jacob White ; im. (2) Joathan Riley ; m. (3) Capt. Samuel Parker of Coventry.
    • 5. William3 , b. Sept. 18, 1699.
    • Christian, b. May 7, 1702; m. Jan. 10, 1732-3, as his second wife, Lieut. Samuel Shepard.
    • Hannah, b. Nov. 21, 1704; m. William Savage.
    • 6. Joseph3 , b. Sept. 21, 1711.

  • 3a. Nathaniel2 Savage (John1) , b. May 7, 1671, Upper Houses ; in. Dec. 3, 1696, Esther Ramey (Thamas) . He sold the homestead in 1709 to Lieut. Samuel Frary of Wethersfield, who occupied it for fifty years. He rem. to East Middletown, 1709, where he helped to organize a Society and Church. In 1725 was Lieut. of the east train band. He d. Jan. 4, 1734-5 ; she d. Apr. 16, 1759, and both have monuments there. There were nine children.

    • 4. Thomas3 Savage (John2, John1) , b. Aug. 21, 1684, Upper Houses; m. Mar. 21, 1710-11, Mary Goodwin, b. Dec. 8, 1685, dau. of William and Elizabeth (Shepard) Goodwin, of Hartford. He gave his sons John, Thomas, and Ebenezer landed estates "in consideration of paternal love and affection." He was a Sergeant and d. Mar. 13, 1755; she d. June 3, 1758.
      Some of their children:
      • John, b. Feb. 28, 1712-13 ; rem. to " n. w. quarter," now Berlin. Had six children, of which Nathaniel returned to Upper Houses, was a Rev. soldier and has headstone in old cemetery. His descendants reside in Cromwell.
      • Thomas, b. Dec. 15, 1714; m. Martha Whitmore; rem. to Washington, Ct., thence to Hartford, Vt., where he d. Oct. 11, 1798. Was a Rev. soldier.
      • 7. Ebenezer4 , b. Feb. 26, 1718-19.
      • Samuel, b. 1722-3; m. Oct. 13. 1748, Sarah Kirby (John3, Joseph2, John1), b. July 19, 1726; was a Rev. soldier. Has headstone here. He d. Dec. 27, 1779. - She d. Aug. 3, 1786. Had ten children, of whom the ninth was:
        • Hannah5, b. May 4, 1765. She m. June 3, 1784, Capt. Richard6 Treat; bapt. Nov. 18, 1762, East Hartford, Ct. (Stephens, Henry, Matthias, Henry, Matthias). (See map of Upper Houses.) She d. Aug. 23,1829. He d. Nov. 11, 1823. Child:
          • Elizabeth6 Treat, b. Mar. 16, 1786; m. May 10, 1810, Dr. Eli Hall, b. Oct. 8, 1785 (M. D. from Yale). Rem. to Blandford, Mass. Child:
            • Almera Sophia7 Hall, b. Sept. 26, 1829; m. Sept. 11, 1850, Henry Erastus Woodruff ; b. Sept. 12, 1828
              • Lucy Cecile8 Woodruff, b. July 28, 1851, E. Hartford, Ct.; m. Nov. 25, 1885, Alfred Lyman Holman, desc. of John Holman, Gent., Dorchester, Mass., 1632. Res. Chicago. Ill. Children:
                • Cecile Alexandrine, b. Aug. 30, 1886 ; Doris Elizabeth, b. July 10, 1888.

    • 5. William Savage3 (William2, John1), b. Sept. 18, 1699, Upper Houses; m. June 26, 1726, Sarah Savage (John2, John1). He was a deacon here and d. Apr. 15, 1774. She d. Aug. 10, 1780. Some of their children:
      • William, m. Martha Gibson, who d.. Mar. 15, 1813. He d. Oct. 24, 1809. Eleven children rem. to Sandisfield, Mass.
      • Elisha, b. Dec. 9, 1728, Upper Houses ; m. May 6, 1755, Thankful Johnson, b. July 5, 1735, dau. of Thomas and. Susanna (White) Johnson. He was Lieut. in Rev. War, and d. Jan. 24, 1807, in Berlin. Of their eleven children several served in Rev. War.
      • Jonathan, b. July 12, 1731, Upper Houses ; m. Elizabeth Ranney.
      • Amos, b. Sept. 25, 1733, Upper Houses ; m. June 2, 1757, Sarah Montague, b. May 10, 1736, Wethersfield, Ct., dau. of Richard and Abigail (Camp) Montague. He served in the French-Indian War, where he lost his powder-horn. He was in the Rev. War. He d. Feb. 4, 1783, and has a monument here. Had ten children, some of whom served in Rev. War. Has headstone in the old cemetery.
      • Josiah4, b. Oct. 17, 1735, Upper Houses; m. July 13. 175S. Sarah5 Stow, b. Aug. 10, 1737 (Joseph, Thomas, Jr.). Was in French-Indian War; Ensign and Captain, in 23d Regt., 1781. He d. July 6, 1804. She Dec. 16, 1819, aged 83.
        • Luther, bapt. Apr. 8, 1759 ; m. Dec. 13, 1781, Jerusha Smith (Capt. Abner). Rev. soldier. Rem. to Hartford.
        • 10. Josiah5 , bapt. Jan. 11, 1761.
        • Rebecca, bapt. Dec. 17, 1762 ; m. Richard Dowd.
        • Edward, bapt. Feb. 3, 1765; d. Oct. 10, 1776.
        • Giles, bapt. May 3, 1767; m. Olive Smith.
        • 11. Timothy5 , b. Jan. 24, 1769.
        • Persis, bapt. Jan. 27, 1771.
        • Sarah, b. June 6, 1773; m. Col. Josiah Sage.
        • William, b. 1775 ; m. Hannah Rhodes.

      • Stephen, b. Oct. 26, 1737; m. Mar. 14, 1765, Triphena Riley, b. Oct. 1, 1742 (Nathaniel). Was a Rev. soldier and rem. to Littleton, N. H., where he d. Aug. 14, 1825, she Nov 22, 1825.
      • Solomon, b. June 22, 1740 ; m. (1) Dec. 3, 1761, Sarah Selden, b. Aug. 30, 1743, dau. of Capt. Thomas Selden and Rebecca Walkley. She d. Sept. 12, 1774; m. (2) Dec., 1779, Naomi Kirby, b. Jan. 24, 1752. He was a physician. His well was to be seen till recently "under the hill " and just north of the A. N. Pierson residence. He d. Jan. 31, 1783, and the widow m. Sept. 25, 1791, Prosper Hubbard, and they removed to Sheffield, Mass. He had eight children, of whom, Mary m. Simeon Ranney; and Solomon was in Rev. War.
      • Daniel, b. Oct. 11, 1742; m. (1) Martha Norton ; (2) May 8, 1777, Mrs. Abiah (Eells) Lincoln, widow of Mordecai Lincoln, and formerly of Taunton, Mass. (Linkton on his tombstone). She d. May 15, 1817, and is buried by the side of her second husband, who d. Jan. 17, 1812.

    • 6. Capt. Joseph3 Savage (William2, John1), b. Sept. 21, 1711. Upper Houses ; m. (1) Jan. 11, 1732-3, Mary Whitmore, b. Apr. 15, 1710, d. May 14, 1733, dau. of Joseph Whitmore and Mary Warner ; m. (2) Oct. 14, 1736, Prudence Stow, widow of Samuel Stow, Jr. He d. Dec. 14, 1755, and she in. (3) Capt. Nathaniel Gilbert, (4) John Gould, (5) Jeremiah Goodrich, and d. 1801, aged 101 years.
      Among his Children:
      • Samuel Stow, b. Mar. 1, 1743, a Rev. soldier.
      • Abijah4, b. July 2, 1744; m. Aug. 22, 1765, Martha Torrey, whose father served in French-Indian War. Abijah was comd. 1761 in French and Indian War; comd. May 1, 1775; captured Dec. 31, 1775, at Quebec; prisoner 14 months. Then raised a company and served three years. Active in Ch. and Sch. affairs. His autograph to application for pension is given here-with. His wife d. June 4, 1812. He was a shipwright and d. June 9, 1825. Has fine monument. Was a founder of the Society of the Cincinnati. Had 14 children, of which.
        • Abijah5 Savage, b. Nov. 24, 1777; d. Jan. 27, 1870, had 3 wives, of his children:
          • Marietta6, b._____ ; m. James Henry Baisden. Children:
            • Charlotte Jerusha7, m. Manly Burdick. Res. New Britain, Conn
            • James, m. (1) Fanny French, (2) Nellie Vibberts.
            • Henry, m. Mary Jane Burdick.
            • Phebe Ann, m. Lodowick Clark Burdick. Res. Cromwell. Children:
              • Prudence Edna8, in. Albert Williams.
              • Mary Jane, m. Walter J. Whittaker.
              • Fanny Josephine, m. David T. Deming.
              • Henry Sullivan, m. Mabel Hurd.
              • Robert Denison, m. Anna Maria Holmes.

              • George Edwin, m. (1) Julia Kelly, (2) Hattie Vibberts.
              • Charles, m. Georgine Lamberton.
              • Robert, m. Adaline Fuller
              • William George, m. Emma Smith (Joseph, Seth, Nathaniel, Joseph, Rev. Joseph, Philips, Samuel) .

            • Elizabeth6, b. Dec. 31, 1828; m. Sullivan Pinney, b. 1821, and d. Feb. 18, 1902. Widow res. in Cromwell. Children:
              • Rosa L---, b. Jan. 10, 1852, d. Oct. 15, 1894.
              • Frederick Savage7, b. Oct. 30, 1854; m. Oct. 18, 1884, Jennie E. Roach. Res. West Haven, Conn. Children :
                • Bertha L.8, b. 1885.
                • Florence R., b. 1888.
              • Simeon, b. May 22, 1746 ; m. Nov. 14, 1781, Millicent Gaylord, dau. of Capt. Samuel Gaylord and Margaret Clark. He was a Rev. soldier and d. Mar. 5, 1792.

            • 9. Gideon6 , b. May 31, 1751.
            • Nathan, b. Dec. 25, 1752, was ord. sergt. in Rev. War; rem. to Windsor, Vt., where he d. Sept. 27, 1814.

        • 7. Ebenezer4 Savage (Thomas3), b. Feb. 26, 1718-19, Upper Houses; m. Apr. 14, 1743, Rebecca4 Ranney (Willett, Thomas, Thomas), b. Oct. 3, 1726, Upper Houses. He rem., 1763-4, to Lanesboro, Mass., where he d. 1767. He was in French-Indian War; at Lanesboro, Mar. 28, 1764, was moderator of the "proprietors meeting" held to provide for the ordination of the Rev. Daniel Collins, Yale, 1760, who remained pastor for 62 years. He had nine children, of which
          • 8. Hiel5 , b. Sept. 30, 1754, Upper Houses.
          • Daniel, b. Feb. 20, 1764; im. Nov. 3, 1785, Lydia Catlin, b. Feb. 11, 1765. In 1781 was in Rev. Army. Rem. to Guilford, N. Y., where he d. Mar. 27, 1848. Nine children.
          • 8. Hiel5 Savage (Ebenezer4), b. Sept. 30, 1759, Upper Houses; m. Dec. 31, 1782, Hannah Wyatt, b. Oct. 22, 1760. Served in Rev. Army, 1777, '78, '80 ; rem. 1781 to Milton, N. Y., where she died May 16, 1829. He d. Dec. 1, 1843, Greenfield, N. Y. The oldest of six children was:
            • 8a Hiel6, b. Dec. 9, 1783.

            • 8a Hiele6 Savage (Hiel5), b. Dec. 9, 1783, Ballston, Saratoga Co., N. Y.; m. June 14, 1807, Hannah Corey, b. Sept. 3, 1777, dau. of Capt. William, son of William and Elizabeth (Drake) Corey and Sarah (Clarke) Corey, of North Kingston, R. I., a descendant of William Corey, who died in 1682 at Portsmouth, R. I. They resided in Edinburgh, N. Y. He d. Aug. 11, 1863, West Day, N. Y.; she d. Sept. 26, 1863, Norwich, Conn. The second of their four children was :
              • 8b. Isaac Aylsworth7, b. Dec. 28, 1814.

              • 8b. Isaac Aylsworth7 Savage (Hiel6), b. Dec. 28, 1814, Edinburgh, N. Y.; m. Dec. 14, 1843, Mary Anne Clarke, b. Mar. 12. 181.x", Chester, N. H., dau. of John Clarke (a descendant of Nathaniel Clarke and Elizabeth Somerby, of Newbury, Mass.), and Elizabeth Currier. Both her grandfathers served in the Rev. army. He was graduated from Wesleyan University, 1841; entered ministry M. E. Church, 1841, New England Conference ; d. Feb. 16, 1854, Holliston, Mass. She died Jan. 12, 1892, Lowell. Mass.

                • Edward Aylsworth, b. May 16, 1846 ; d. Nov. 26, 1872.
                • James Francis, b. Feb. 24, 1849 ; grad. 1872, Dartmouth Coll. ; adm. to the bar, 1876, is Clerk of Police Court, Lowell, Mass. ; m. July 13, 1887, Mary Caroline Smith, b. Jan. 21, 1856, dau. of Andrew Maxham Smith and Caroline Moody. Child :
                  • Miriam, b. Apr. 10, 1888. Res. Lowell, Mass.
                • Charles Wesley, b. June 14, 1852; grad. 1874, Harvard Uni. ; LL. B., 1877, Boston Uni. Law School ; adm. to the bar 1877. Died, Feb. 28, 1890, at Lowell, Mass.

        • 9. Gideon4 Savage (Joseph, William, John), b. May 31, 1751, Upper Houses; m. Mar. 4, 1779, Sarah White, bapt. Sept., 1756, Upper Houses, dau. of Aaron5 White (Hugh, Daniel, Nathaniel, John,) and Sarah Olmstead, of East Hartford, Conn. He and his brothers and sisters were born in the original Blomfield homestead, which had become the property of John'. Savage. (See map of 1675.) He served inthe War of the Revolution as "artificer." In beginning his diary he states that he enlisted in " Capt. Mill's Company of Artificers, 10th of February, 1777, from Middletown, Conn."
          The diary was edited by a descendant, and is given here as printed some years ago. Copy furnished by Chloe Seymour for use in this volume:


          Gideon Savage removed in 1785, to New Hartford, New York, settling on an unbroken tract he then purchased and on which he died Feb. 26, 1833. He was buried in South Street Cemetery, where other patriots from Upper Houses have found graves. He was a pillar in the Presbyterian Church there. She d. Jan. 9, 1840.
          Children :
          • Catherine, b. Apr. 15, 1780.
          • 9a. Aaron5, b. Dec. 4, 1782.
          • Leonard, b. Mar. 21, 1785.
          • Nancy, b. Oct. 20, 1787.
          • Sarah, b. Mar. 31, 1790; m. Isaac Seymour ; d. Sept. 9, 1858, dau., Chloe, b. Jan. 26, 1834; res. Kenwood, N. Y.
          • Chloe, b. Mar. 14, 1793.
          • Joseph, b. Oct. 21, 1796.

          • 9a. Aaron5 Savage (Gideon4, Joseph3, William2, John1), b. Dec. 4, 1782, Upper Houses ; m. May 28, 1812, Holland Patent, N. Y., Elizabeth' Hamlin, b. Oct. 10, 1790, Middletown, Conn. ; d. July 13, 1881, South Trenton, N. Y., dau. of Williams Hamlin (William, Nathaniel, William, Giles) and Lucy Kirby, b. Sept. 23, 1760, Upper Houses, dau. of Thomas4 Kirby (John, Joseph, John) and Lucy Stocking, b. June 10, 1737, who was dau. of Elisha Stocking and Rachel Ranney. (See Ranney and Stocking Families.) He rem. with his father to New Hartford, N. Y., then to Holland. Patent, N. Y., where others of his kin had settled. He was a farmer and Democrat, d. Jan. 17, 1834.
            Children :
            • Gideon, b. Aug. 27, 1813 ; d. Oct. 24, 1815.
            • Cornelia Plumb, b. Nov. 30, 1814; d. unm. Feb.17, 1892.
            • 9b. Sarah Deborah6, b. May 4, 1817; m. H. W. Garrett.
            • 9c. Catherine Cary6, b. Jan. 16, 1819; m. Elias Stanton.
            • 9d. Elizabeth6, b. Dec. 7, 1820; m. John P. Garrett
            • 9e. Leonard Gideon6, b. June 24, 1823; m. Sophia Hart.
            • Joseph, b. Dec. 26, 1826; d. unm. 1897.

            • 9b. Sarah Deborah6 Savage (Aaron5, Gideon4, Joseph3, William2, John1), b. May 4, 1817, Holland Patent, N. Y.; m. there, Mar. 30. 1837, Henry William Garrett, b. Sept. 8, 1807, South Trenton, N. Y., son of Cheney Garrett and Lorana Plant. Farmer; Repub.; musician m Co. E, 97th N. Y. Inf. Sept. 13, 1862-June 15, 1865. He died Aug. 28, 1888, So. Trenton, N. Y. Sons were :
              Children :
              • 9f. Frederic Eugene7, b. Jan. 1, 1838.
              • 9g. Orrin Roscoe7, b. Mar. 26, 1844.
              • Henry Leonard, b. Aug. 12, 1848; m. Dec. 31, 1879, Minnie S. Waite; brick mfr.; res. So. Trenton, N. Y.
              • Sarah Ruth, b. Mar. 25, 1850; m. Feb. 6, 1878, Charles Abraham James, farmer; res. North Gage, N. Y. Children: Edith Clara, Mabel Ethel.

            • 9c. Catherine Cary6 Savage (Aaron5, Gideon4, Joseph3, William2, John1), b. Jan. 16, 1819, Westmoreland, N. Y.; m. Feb. 28, 1843, Holland. Patent, N. Y., Elias Stanton, b. Aug. 5, 1819, Stoning ton, Conn., d. Apr. 2, 1904, Kirkland, N. Y.; farmer. (Elias, Peleg, Thomas, _____, Robert, Thomas) embarked at London, Eng., Jan. 2, 1635, in the Bona Ventura, went first to Virginia ; thence to Boston ; settled at Hartford, Conn., 1637; m. there Ann, dau. of Dr. Thomas and Dorothy Lord. He established 1650, a trading house at Stonington,. Conn., where he died Dec. 2, 1676; she d. 1688. Ten children.
              • 9h. Charles Henry7, b. Aug. 30, 1846.

            • 9d. Elizabeth8, Savage (Aaron5, Gideon4, Joseph3, William2, John1), b. Dec. 7, 1820, Holland Patent; m. June 13, 1838, John Plant Garrett, b. Apr. 22y 1811, So. Trenton, N. Y., brother of Henry William (above), farmer; Rep.; musician Co. E. 97th N. Y. Inf. Sept. 8, 1862; in many battles; wounded July 25, 1864, before Petersburg; G. A. R.
              Children :
              • William Henry, b. Oct. 30, 1840; d. Dec. 1, 1840.
              • Edward Eugene, b. Nov. 9, 1841; m. Apr. 20, 1887, Marion A. Wall ; farmer; Rep.; private Co. D, 1st U. S. Sharp-shooters, Nov. 16, 1861-June 10, 1862; G. A. R. Child: John Cheney, b. Aug. 26, 1891; res. So. Trenton, N. Y.
              • Cornelia Eliza, b. Oct. 9, 1844; m. Robt. R. Isaac, blacksmith; supervisor ; J. P.; Rep. ; F. & A. M.; eight children ; res. So. Trenton, N. Y.
              • Ella Elizabeth, b. Jan. 9, 1850 ; d. Dec. 1, 1866.
              • George William, b. Feb. 22, 1858 ; d. Apr. 9, 1866.

            • 9e. Leonard Gideon6 Savage (Aaron5, Gideon4, Joseph3, William2, John1) , b. June 24, 1823 ; m. (1) Jan. 15, 1852, Sophia Hart, b. Sept. 15, 1833, Stowe, Vt., dau. of Samuel and Mary Ann Hart, who died Sept. 9, 1874; m. (2) Lucy (Treat) Hinman, widow of William Hinman and dau. of Amos and Samantha Treat; farmer; incl.; both d. Holland Patent; he d. Dec. 1, 1895.
              Children by first marriage :
              • Joseph Hart, b. Mar. 11, 1853 ; d. unm. Nov. 2, 1876.
              • 9k. Eugene Aaron7, b. July 8, 1856.
              • 9l. Katherine Mary7, b. May 19, 1858.
              • John Nathan, b. Nov. 19, 1871; m., still living (1908).
              • Jessie Ella, b. Dec. 20, 1873; m. Dec. 25, 1899, Francis Newton Conlan, b. Dec. 24, 1863; merchant ; Dem.; res. Hancock, N. Y.

              • 9f. Frederick Eugene7 Garrett (Sarah Deborah Savage6, Aaron5, Gideon4, Joseph3, William2, John1), b. Jan. 1, 1838, So. Trenton, N. Y.; m. Oct. 16, 1872, Rouseville, N. Y., Abbie Palmer Brown, b. Feb. 21, 1845, So. Trenton, N. Y., dau. of Nathaniel Brown and Lovisa Taylor, bookkeeper; producer of petroleum, Ind.; private Co. D, 1st Berdan Shrapshooters, and Reg. Q. M.; enlisted Nov. 16, 1861; wounded at Petersburg, Va., June, 1864; disc. Dec. 23, 1864. Died Feb. 8, 1906. Widow resides in Ithaca, N. Y.
                • Edna Savage, b. July 12, 1878; unm.
                • Seymour Stanton, b. May 24, 1880; instructor Cornell Univ., Ithaca, N. Y.
                • Clara Louise, b. Feb. 16, 1882; unm.

              • 9g. Orrin Roscoe7 Garrett (Sarah Deborah Savage6, Aaron5, Gideon4, Joseph3, William2, John1), b. Mar. 26, 1844, So. Trenton, N. Y.; m. Dec. 25, 1877, Kingston, Ill., Margaret Matilda Hartzell, b. May 2, 1853, Dowagiac, Mich., dau. of Simon Hartzell and Rebecca Poland. Farmer, Rep., Meth.; res. So. Trenton, N. Y.
                • Bertha Cornelia, b. Feb. 27, 1880.
                • Edwin Henry, b. Mar. 1, 1882.
                • Frederick Perry, b. Mar. 18, 1884.
                • James Orrin, b. Feb. 15, 1887.
                • Wayne Hartzell, b. Dec. 5, 1891.

              • 9h. Charles Henry7 Stanton (Catherine Cary Savage6, Aaron5, Gideon4, Joseph3, William2, John1), b. Aug. 30, 1846, So. Trenton, N. Y.; m. Jan. 13, 1886, Norwich, N. Y., Mary Harkness, b. May 1, 1854, Norwich, dau of Robert Harkness and Louisa Bolen. Grad. 1872, Hamilton Coll.; studied law in Norwich, adm. to practice 1878; Supt. Cong. S. S. there 1875-83, deacon there, teller in Norwich Nat. Bank for fifteen years ; director of bank and of Waterworks Co., Sec'y-Treas. of Kirkland Creamery Co., Bursar of Hamilton Coll., Life Member of Society of Middletown Upper Houses. Wife's father for forty-six years a merchant in Norwich, native of Scotland, and a descendant of martyred Covenanters of same name; res. Kirtland, N. Y.

              • 9k. Eugene Aaron7 Savage (Leonard Gideon6, Aaron5, Gideon4, Joseph3, William2, John1), b. July 8, 1856, Montague, N. Y.; m. Apr. 13, 1882, Holland Patent, Emma H. Strickland, b. Jan. 14, 1858, dau. of Simeon and Eugenie Strickland. General Sales Agent, Rep., F. & A. M. Res. Southampton, Pa.
                • Mary Sophia, b. June 17, 1883.
                • James Eugene, b. Mar. 30, 1885.
                • Ira Joseph, b. May 6, 1887.

              • 9l. Katherine Mary7 Savage (Leonard Gideon6, Aaron5, Gideon4, Joseph3, William2, John1)), b. May 19, 1858, Montague, N. Y.; m. Jan. 19, 1887, Holland Patent, N. Y., Asa S. Bagg, b. May 17, 1849, Holland Patent, son of Albert G. Bagg and Mary M. Crandall. Cheese and butter mfr., Dem., F. & A. M.; res. Holland Patent, N. Y.
                Children :
                • Grace M., b. Apr. 2, 1888.
                • J. Curtis, b. Mar. 22, 1891.
                • Albert S., b. Apr. 22, 1893.

          10. Josiah Savage5 , bapt. Jan. 11, 1761; d. Apr. 14, 1831; m. Mary Roberts, d. Oct. 1, 1823, dau. of Dr. Aaron Roberts and Hepzibah (Johnson) Shepard, widow of Edward Shepard. He was only a boy when he enlisted in the Rev. Army, and served also on a privateer, and was taken prisoner, but escaped. He purchased the Jonathan Frary mansion, was largely interested in the West India trade and amassed a considerable fortune. He purchased the "Brick " warehouse, built in 1810 by Solomon Lothrop, and owned the wharf and the one south of it.
          Among their children was Jesse Savage, who in. Maria Gridley, dau. of Squire Isaac Gridley and Elizabeth Smith (John, Joseph, Rev. Joseph). They rem. to Hartford, where he became wealthy and a prominent Baptist. A daughter, Cornelia, m. Mr. Jotham Chase, gave largely to Baptist enterprises, including $500 to the Cromwell Baptist ch., also $500 to care for the Savage and Gridley lots in the old cemetery of Cromwell.
          Another son was Edward Savage, who res. in Upper Houses, in the house built by Capt. Timothy Savage. He was largely interested in the manufacture of fire arms. His daughters occupy the mansion.

          • Jesse, b. Apr. 21, 1790; d.. Mar., 1877; m. Maria Gridley.
          • Mary, b. Sept. 11, 1791; d. Feb., 1828; m. (I) Truman Griswold ; m. (2) Jeremiah Brown.
          • Josiah, b. July 23, 1793, lived two months.
          • Aaron Roberts, b. Jan. 23, 1795 ; m. Martha Edwards.
          • Silas, b. Nov. 22, 1796; m. Relief Bradley Olcott.
          • Lauretta, b. May 2, 1798; d. Nov. 6, 1798.
          • Cornelius, b. Feb. 14, 1800; d. 1876; m. Ellen Burnham.
          • Edward, b. July 27, 1802; m. Dec. 4, 1823, Harriet White.
          • Thomas, b. June 7, 1804; Epis. clergyman, Miss. to Africa.
            • Rev. William R. Savage, Rector at Blowing Rock, N. C.
            • Jesse Duncan, b. May 25, 1858; m. June 24, 1884, Rev. Thomas Lafayette Cole, rector of St. Mary's, Newton Lower Falls, Mass.
              Children :
              • Elizabeth Rutherford, b. Jan. 4, 1887.
              • Thomas Casilear, b. July 23, 1888.
              • Sophia Teresa, b. Oct. 9, 1889.
              • Dorothea. b. Jan. 18. 1893.
            • Benjamin, b. 1806; d. Oct. 3, 1837.
            • Martha, b. Mar. 17, 1810 ; d. July 8, 1830.

          • 11. Timothy5 Savage (Josiah4, William3. William2. John1), b. Jan. 24, 1769, Upper Houses ; m. Nov. 26, 1789, Sarah Collins, b. July 23, 1769, Upper Houses, dau. of Johns Collins (prob. Daniels, Samuel', Samuel3, Sergeant Samuel2, Dea. Edward') and Sarahs White, widow of Freeman Gross, Jr. (John', Jacobi, Capt. Nathaniel2, Elder John'). At fifteen years of age he began his shipping career and at twenty-one was master and owner of a vessel. He suffered large losses by the French, 1798-1800. He built several houses in the lower (original) village of Upper Houses and in 1816 he built a brick mansion on the site of the homestead of John Warner (son of the John who settled on the Robert Webster place), but which passed from his possession as he had endorsed the notes of a firm in New York and Philadelphia with whom he had business relations. This firm failed when Capt. Savage was absent on a voyage in the West Indies, and his property, including this house, was taken to pay their debts. He then retired from the seas and went to Wilmington, N. C., where, for a number of years, he was engaged in the West India shipping business in partnership with the British consul there. He finally retired from business and returned to the Upper Houses, where his wife d. July 29, 1844. He d. Nov. 1, 1849. Their cemetery lot is enclosed with an ornate iron fence. He was an original member of the Baptist church and its first clerk. In the last year of his life he united with the Middletown Universalist church. His portrait adorns the Life Certificate of the Society of Middletown Upper Houses. He was engaged for some years in an effort to be reimbursed for his losses by the French. The following is an extract from a letter he wrote to the Hon. Samuel Foote, on Mar. 10, 1830:

            Sir.I perceive that a report and a bill will be presented to the Senate in relation to Spoliation committed by the French on American commerce prior to the 3001 of Sept., 1800. I have entire confidence in the wisdom of the Senate and feel assured that proper provision will be made for the sufferers by these spoliations; but as the losses consequent upon them were the origin of my pecuniary embarrassment for the last thirty years, as well as those of many of my mercantile friends, permit me to state," etc.

            One of these vessels was the Henry and Gustavus. owned by him and Robert Johnson, which was captured when his brother Giles was its master and Joseph Ranney was mate. The owners valued the horses and oxen at $1,200, and other freight at $1,500.
            "Captain and Mate's adventures on board schooner Henry and Gustavus, captured by the French in 1798."
            "Giles Savage's adventure on board schooner Henry and Gustavus when captured by the French on a voyage to the West Indies, June 30, 1798:

            1 horse......................................................................................75
            Sundry articles, such as sheep, hogs, corn, etc..... 100

            Joseph Ranney, mate of said schooner,
            1 Horse... 100
            corn........ 70
            Fowls...... 72
            I Quadrant..16
            spy glass 10

            In a sketch of his younger days, Timothy Savage writes of his mother: "She was a woman of great energy of character and unbounded benevolence. She used to say, 'If I swear to my hurt, I will stick to it.' She was very handsome; her eyes were brown, but when very old she became blind, and was burnt to death, her apron catching alight in the open hearth when no one was at hand."

            During the Revolution his father, Josiah Savage, was frequently called out in the militia, and as the elder boys, Luther and Josiah, Jr., enlisted into the Continental Army to fight the battles of their country, "at times," writes Timothy " I was the only man left at home to look after the family. These were the times that tried men's souls and women's, too. I remember that my mother, and some of the neighboring women, being entirely destitute of any sugar or any kind of sweetening, went to a small field of corn, cut it, stripped the leaves from the stalk, carried it to a mill, and ground out the juice, each taking a portion, which they boiled. It was like molasses; and we all enjoyed it on our puddings if we could get meal to make them." One day when Timothy Savage was about nine (i. e. 1778), an officer from some camp near asked his mother if she knew of anyone to carry an important message to the camp, then at Wethersfield. She said. " No, I do not, unless this little boy would do," referring to Timothy. After awhile the officer gave him the letter and told him what to do when he reached the camp. The letter was buttoned under his jacket and after dark he set out on the only horse the Army had left them, which was lame in one leg and blind in one eye, or perhaps both. The ride was something like ten miles long, and in telling the story when he was over seventy, he used to say he had never forgotten how long and dark it seemed. But he went on bravely and reached the camp in safety. Here he was kindly treated by all the officers and men. His brothers, Luther, about eighteen, and Josiah, about seventeen, were there too. When an answer to the letter had been prepared he carried it back, meeting with no mishap by the way.
            Ten months before he was twenty-one he was married to Sarah Collins, of whom he writes: "In my wife I found a treasure, more valuable than gold or silver in all our subsequent life. Not overelated in prosperity or depressed in adversity, both of which we have experienced together."

            • Julia, b. Jan. 3, 1791; m. Guerdon Robbins.
            • 12. Timothy, b. Dec. 30, 1792.
            • Sarah, b. Jan. 3, 1795 ; m. Rev. Geo. Phippen ; d. Sept. 3, 1817.
            • Jerusha, b. Feb. 12, 1797 ; m. Jesse A. Root ; d. Apr. 7, 1879.
            • Henry Russell, b. Jan. 16, 1799 ; unm.; d. Oct. 2, 1861, Wilmington, N. C.; was Cashier of Bank of Cape Fear.
            • Maria, b. Nov. 6, 1800; im. Henry Law; d. May 18, 1882.
            • 13. Harriet, b. Oct. 13, 1802.
            • Marriette, b. Nov. 13, 1804 ; d. Sept. 6, 1810.
            • John Collins, b. Feb. 3, 1807; m. Marina Constantine Hunter.
            • Abby Green, b. Mar. 31, 1809 ; d. Nov., 1820.
            • George, b. July 4, 1812 ; m. Julia F. Gilbert ; d. May 29, 1884.

              Jerusha and Maria were married March 4, 1821, by the Rev. Dr. Empie of St. James Episcopal church, Wilmington. Harriet was to have been married at the same time, making a triple marriage, but the muddy roads from Philadelphia detained the groom and he arrived in time to be married on March 15, 1821.

              12. Timothy6 Savage (Timothy, Josiah. William, William, John), b. Dec. 30, 1792, Upper Houses; m. Dec. 3, 1818, Fayetteville, N. C., Elizabeth Haddock, b. Jan. 14, 1800, Fayetteville. He was given by President James Madison a warrant as midshipman in the navy, but at his father's request it was declined. He rem. to Wilmington, N. C., with his father and for a while was associated with him in business, then became cashier of the Bank of Commerce, which position he held till his death on Aug. 2, 1864. The widow d. Jan. 11, 1858.
              • Elizabeth, b. Oct. 17, 1819; m. Zebulon Latimer. (See the Stocking Family.)
              • Edward, b. Apr. 25, 1821; d. Mar. 3, 1896; m. Mar. 5, 1848, Maria Tuesa Fernandez. Children:
                • Jose.
                • Ramon.
                • Fernandez Savage, b. Sept. 29, 1873; m. 1899, Mary E. Hutchinson.
              • Robert, b. May 10, 1823 ; d. Feb. 8, 1848. Passed Midshipman in U. S. Navy.
              • Sarah, b. May 29, 1825; d. Aug. 1, 1853; m. Apr. 19, 1849, William Reston. Child:
                • Elizabeth Jocelyn, b. Jan. 17, 1850; d. Aug. 3, 1903; m. (1) Oct. 25, 1873, Silas N. Martin; in. (2) Oct., 1888, Rev. George M. Folson. Children by 1st m.
                  • Cuthbert, b. Feb. 12, 1875; m. Jan. 14, 1901, Bessie E. Gore.
                  • Mabel, b. June 5, 1876; m. Jan. 16, 1901, Charles Whedbee. Child:
                    • Silas Martin, b. Dec. 5, 1901.
                  Child by 2d marriage:
                  • Meredith Claudius, b. Jan. 26, 1890.
              • Mary, b. Oct. 9, 1827; d. July 26, 1852; m. Nov. 21, 1850, Donald Mac Rae. Child:
                • Mary S., b. Dec. 11, 1851; d. May 10, 1896.
              • Richard, b. Dec. 18, 1829; d.____, 1879; m. Isabella Campbell. Children:
                • Campbell, b. ______.
                • Aime, b.______; m. Irwin Singleton.
                • Edward Fernandez, b. Sept. 19, 1876; m. Jan. 21, 1905, Susan Ferguson. Child:
                  • Julia Waddell.
              • Julia, b. Feb. 7, 1832; d. June 15, 1876; m. Mar. 5, 1857, Alfred M. Waddell. Children:
                • Alfred Moore, b. Sept. 9, 1858; m. Grace Martin.
                • Elizabeth Savage, b. Dec. 7, 1860.
              • Henry, b. Apr. 9, 1834; d. Aug. 1, 1904; m. Dec. 3, 1857, Jane Parsley. Children:
                • Anna Parsley, b. Sept. 16, 1858.
                • Isabel, b. Oct. 25, 1862.
                • Henry Russell, b. May 11, 1865; d. Mar. 30, 1903; m. Nov. 19, 1889, Effie C. Draper.
                  • Nellie Draper, b. Dec. 13, 1890.
                  • Henry Russell, b. Oct. 19, 1892.
                  • Edward Thayer, b. Jan. 6, 1894.

            • 13. Harriet6 Savage (Capt. Timothy), b. Oct. 13, 1802, Upper Houses; m. Mar. 15, 1821, Wilmington, N. C., the Rev. Irah Chase, b. Oct. 5, 1793, Stratton, Vt.; d. Nov. 1, 1864, Newton Centre, Mass., where she had d. May 2, 1834. She was a woman of exceptional purity of character and strong faith and left an impress for good upon her children, young as they were at the time of her death, 1834, which continued with them through life.
              Professor Chase was the son of Isaac Chase and Sarah Bond. Isaac was b. in Sutton, Mass., 1761, of Newbury stock and served in the Revolution. Irah Chase entered Middlebury College, Vt., 1811, graduating 1814, with highest honors of his class. In 1817 he graduated from Andover Theological Seminary. He was first appointed missionary to the region of Taze's Valley, Kanawa Co., West Virginia; afterward became a professor at Philadelphia, and thence was transferred to Columbian College,. Washington, D. C., where he was for two years acting president. It was here his son Henry Savage Chase was born. In 1823 Prof. Chase was sent abroad.; attending lectures in Edinborough, Halle, Bonn and Gottingen. In 1833 the Board sent him again to Europe to decide about undertaking work in Paris. From 1825 to 1845 he threw his whole energy into establishing the Newton (Mass.), Theological Institution, of which he was one of the founders and the first professor.
              • Harriet, b. Jan. 15, 1822; d. Jan. 21, 1822.
              • William Stoughton, b. Dec. 12, 1822; d. June 21, 1881; m. Rosalie Foster.
              • 13a. Henry Savage7, b. June 17, 1825.
              • Irah, b. May 26, 1827; d. June 10, 1877; m. (1) Martha Houghton; m. (2) Ellen Josephine Leverett.
              • Heman Lincoln, b. Sept. 22, 1829 ; d. Feb. 11, 1884 ; m. Susan Raymond.
              • Thomas Sewall, b. Apr. 5, 1831; d. July 19, 1868; m. Sarah Pitman.
              • Harriet Emma, b. Apr. 26, 1834; d. May, 1835.

              • 13a. Henry Savage7 Chase (Harriet Savage), b. June 17, 1825. Washington, D. C.; m. Dec. 25, 1852, New England Village, North Grafton, Mass., Sarah Gana Leverett, b. Feb. 13, 1828, Roxbury, Mass., dau. of the Rev. William Leverett (grad. Brown, 1824) and Mary Ann Brown Jackson Cole of Providence, R. I. She d. Apr. 29, 1883 ; he Feb. 19, 1885.
                Henry Savage Chase entered a store in Boston as an errand boy at the age of twelve or thirteen and with his earnings entered Phillips Academy, Andover, where he came under the strong influence of Samuel Taylor, the "Dr. Arnold of America," and was graduated in 1844. He then set about working his way through Harvard, but in his junior year left college and assumed the responsibility of providing a home for his father's household. Shortly after, about 1850, his early ventures in the flour line led to the starting of his bag business. Into this practically new field he carried an energy, soundness of judgment, and absolute integrity which brought it to a foremost position. He afterwards associated his brother Lincoln with him under the firm name of H. & L. Chase. At the same time he continued reading for his degree at Harvard, which he received out of course, his comrades of the Class of 1848 showing their appreciation meanwhile by choosing him Secretary, an office he filled until his death. Most happily married in 1852, his home was his joy, yet his ready sympathy was not confined to its limits, his warm heart finding its natural expression in upholding and cherishing church, family and friends. Beloved and trusted beyond the common let, his death called forth a singularly united tribute to his Christian life and character.

                • 13b. William Leverett8, b. Dec. 4, 1853.
                • Henry Savage8, b. July 28, 1858; d. Sept. 3, 1858.
                • Ellen8, b. Mar. 26, 1863. Life member of the Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association, member and, 1896-9, first Regent of Hannah Goddard Chapter, D. A. R., Brookline; member of the Historical and Genealogical Society, Boston; Brookline Historical; Mass. Civic League, Boston; and Society of Mayflower Descendants; generously furnished many portrait plates for this book; res. Brookline, Mass.
                • Sarah8, b. Apr. 17, 1866 ; m. Dec. 14, 1892, Brookline, Lincoln Clifford Cummings, b. Aug. 23, 1857, son of Enoch Lincoln Cummings (Harvard, 1848), and Nancy Clifford ; res. Brookline, Mass. Children:
                  • Rosamond9, b. Dec. 15, 1893.
                  • Lincoln Clifford9, b. June 18, 1895.
                  • Margaret Atherton9, b. Oct. 19, 1896 ; d. Aug. 8, 1897.
                  • Henry Savage Chase9, b. June 22, 1898.
                  • William Leverett9, b. Jan. 24, 1900.
                • Mary Leverett8, b. July 30, 1868; d. Sept. 16, 1868.

                  13b. William Leverett8 Chase (Henry Savage), b. Dec. 4, 1853, North Grafton, Mass. ; m. Sept. 26, 1876, Syracuse, N. Y., Mary Frances Elizabeth Greenough, dau. of John James Greenough and Mary Frances Cushing. He d. Oct. 7, 1895, Brookline, Mass. The widow res. in Brookline, Mass.
                  His life, many-sided and full of expression, ran with vigor and zest from the start. Educated in the Brookline schools, he graduated from Harvard in 1876, where he had taken high rank, becoming like his father, Secretary of his Class. He at once married and entered his father's business, which, later, owing to the death of the senior members of the firm, he conducted alone with marked success. In addition to his business life, he took an active interest in developing the State Militia, being unsparing of both his time and means. He wrote a handbook on marksmanship and was himself qualified as a sharpshooter and served as a member of the Massachusetts Creedmore Team in 1887-9, and as State Inspector-General of Rifle Practice on the Governor's staff through several successive terms. His character, temperament and business capacity led him to be sought in the councils of many corporate bodies and at the time of his death he was president of the Papyrus Club, Boston; The Massachusetts Society of the Sons of the Revolution; of the Victoria Mills Corporation of Newburyport; and by recent election of the Commercial Club of Boston; vice-president of the State Street Safe Deposit and Trust Company, Boston; Director of the Boston Wharf Co.; a State Director of the Fitchburg Rail-road Co.; and Director of the Third National Bank, Boston. A Trustee of the Church Home for Orphans and Destitute Children, and of the Society for Relief of Widows and Orphans of Deceased Clergy of the Protestant Episcopal Church. He was also a member of the Metropolitan Park Commission, and of the Somerset Club, Boston.
                  The latter years of his life were passed in the house built by his father in 1860 in the immediate neighborhood of St. Paul's Episcopal church, Brookline, of which church he was junior warden, as his father had been senior warden before him. Falling early into the position of guide and helper, as his father's successor, he manifested a kindliness of heart which endeared him to a wide circle. At his death St. Paul's Parish placed a tablet to his memory appropriately inscribed : " Bear ye one another's burdens, and so fulfil the law of Christ."

                  • Mary Greenough9, b. July 15, 1877; d. Apr. 26, 1886.
                  • Helen Leverett9, b. Nov. 20, 1878; m. Nov. 20, 1906, Brookline, Lawrence Bertram Flint, b. Aug. 11, 1874, son of Horatio Putnam Flint and Anna Frances Carnes; res. Needham, Mass. Child:
                    • Frances Carnes. b. Dec. 17, 1907.
                  • William Henry9, b. Dec. 17, 1881; grad. 1904, Harvard.
                  • Patience9, b. Oct. 9, 1886; d. Oct. 9, 1886.<
                  • Sarah Gilroy9, b. July 9, 1888.
                  • Lilian9, b. June 11, 1889.

        [LINEAGE OF JUDGE ALBERT RUSSELL SAVAGE--Thomas4 Savage (Thomas, John, John) , b. Dec. 15, 1714, Upper Houses ; m. Jan. 1, 1741, Martha Whitmore. He rem. 1749, to Washington, Conn., then a part of Woodbury, where she d. Dec. 20, 1767. He rem. 1768, to Hartford, Vt., where he d. Oct. 11, 1798, having served from there in the Rev. War. Children were, Sarah, Martha, Sarah, Abigail, Joseph, Seth, Thomas and Francis W.
          Seth5 Savage, b._____; m. Rhoda Bacon.
            John6 Savage, b._____; m. Lucy Hopson of Norwich, Vt.; res. Lancaster, N. H.
              Charles Wesley7 Savage, m. Eliza McLaren Clough of Ryegate, Vt ; res. Lancaster, N. H.
                Albert Russell8 Savage, b. Dec. 8, 1847, Ryegate, Vt.; m. Aug. 17, 1871, Lunenburgh, Vt., Ellen Hannah Hale, b. Oct. 8, 1847, Barnet, Vt., dau. of Sprague Taylor Hale and Nancy Moulton. Grad. 1871, Dartmouth, taught four years while studying law. Adm. 1874, to the bar in Montpelier, Vt. Resided Ryegate, Vt., to 1856; Lancaster, N. H., to 1872; Northfield, Vt., to 1875, and since then in Auburn, Me. County Attorney, 18814885; Judge of Probate, 1885-1889 ; Mayor of Auburn, 1889-1890, 1891; House of Representatives, 1891-1893; Speaker of House, 1893; Senate, 1895-1897; Justice of Supreme Judicial Court of Maine, from 1897; Rep., Cong., 32 F. & A. M., I. 0. O. F., K. of P.; res. Auburn, Me.
                • Charles Henry, b. Oct. 11, 1872; d. Apr. 23, 1896.
                • Anna May, b. Mar. 2, 1874; d. Dec. 17, 1875.
                • Mary Anna. b. Nov. 14, 1876: unm. ; res. Auburn, Me.]

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