MARY, his wife.
Lineage not determined
Harriet, b. Roxbury, Mass., Jan. 16, 1845.
BARNARD M. HARRINGTON
HARRIET NEWTON, his wife
Son of Holloway & w. Charlotte Merritt
Harriet Lucinda, b. Shrewsbury, Mass., Feb. 16, 1847.
Charlotte Marie, b. Shrewsbury, Mass., July 5, 1848.
MARGARET HIGGINS, his wife.
Lineage not determined
Bartholomew was born in Ireland.
John, b. about 1831 in Ireland; d. June 11, 1909; m. Julia McCreash, b. May 1833; d. May 22, 1891
Otis B., b. Rathlin, Ireland, 1834; m. Woburn, Mass., June 13, 1863, Anna Kane, b. in Ireland 1844.
Sarah, b. in Ireland about 1841; m. at Woburn, Mass., Feb. 8, 1864, Timothy Kinneen. They are both of Lexington.
BARTLEY JAMES HARRINGTON
NORA BARRY, his wife.
Son of Otis & w. Ann Kane
Herbert Russell, b. Oct. 11, 1893.
Gladys Mary, b. Jan. 2, 1895; d. Aug. 6, 1895.
Annie Nora, b. Sept. 28, 1897.
George Otis, b. Nov. 14, 1903.
Helen Francis, b. Jan. 25, 1906.
Ruth, b. Dec., 1908.
LUCY BEAN, his wife.
Son of Uriah & w. Martha Adams.
Myron Clark, b. Aug. 1, 1844; d. in Civil War.
Shephard, of Salt Lake City, Utah, b. Nov. 29, 1845; d. in Salt Lake City, Utah about 1918; never married.
Lucy Jerusha Adams, b. June 29, 1848; d. 1877; never married.
Millard, of Harvard, Neb., b. June 1, 1851; married and had two children; still living in 1930.
Mary of San Francisco, Calif., b. Jan. 12, 1853; m. John Newhall of China, Me.
Alba Anna, b. May 20, 1856; d. p. 1876; never married.
George Bean, b. July 15, 1858; died young.
Hattie B., b. Aug. 1, 1860; died young.
ABIGAIL, his wife.
Lineage not determined
Benjamin Harrington was born 1740; d. 1785; m. Abigail _________. He enlisted in 1777 as Private in Capt. Thomas Abby's Company, Col. Samuel Wylly's Regiment, and was promoted to Corporal.
Timothy, b. before 1763; married Lydia Washburn.
GRACE ALLEN, 1st wife
LYDIA. WARREN, 2nd wife
RUTH GOULD, 3rd wife.
Son of Benjamin & w. Abigail Bigelow
FAMILY (1st wife)
Grace, b. Weston, Mass., Aug. 1, 1714; m. Isaac Gregory of Weston, May 10, 1734.
Sarah, b. Weston, Mass., Sept. 26, 1715; baptised at Weston, Oct. 2, 1715; was received into Weston Church, Nov. 7, 1738; intention of marriage to John Warren, Jr. was published on Sept. 23, 1739, and they were married Feb. 20, 1740.
Jonas, b. Apr. 4, 1717; baptised in Weston Church, Apr. 14, 1717; m. in Weston, June 26, 1742, Elizabeth Bond, b. in Weston, 1725; d. there May 16, 1811; and Jonas died in Princeton, Mass, Oct. 9,
Abigail, b. Weston, Mass., Jan. 26, 1720; d. Feb. 6, 1720.
Mary, b. Weston, Mass., July 12, 1722; baptised Weston, July 15, 1722; received into Weston Church, May 30, 1742; m. Josiah Hobbs of Brookfield, Mass., Apr. 27, 1744. They had the following children: Nathan, Molly, Moses, Josiah, Abigail, and Hannah.
Anna, b. Weston, Mass., Aug. 26, 1726; m. in 1746, Jonathan Bullard.
Abigail, b. 1726; d. Lexington, Mass., Jan. 23, 1820; intention of marriage to James Stinson was published on Mar. 8, 1745.
FAMILY (2nd wife)
Benjamin, b. Weston, Mass., June 23, 1731; baptised there July 25, 1731. He came from Watertown, Mass, to Rhode Island and there is of record that he was the father of Daniel. This Daniel, moved with many other Rhode Islanders to Adams, Mass., where he built and ran a saw mill, where he resided at census of 1790 and had one daughter.
ABIGAIL BIGELOW, his wife.
Son of Robert & w. Susannah George
Abigail, of Weston, Mass.; m. in Weston, July 17, 1718, John Mirick.
Benjamin, b. 1684; d. in Weston, Mar. 9, 1768; m. 1st, Grace Allen, b.1695; d. Weston, Mass., Jan. 6, 1730; m. 2nd, Lydia Warren, b. 1694;d. in Weston, Mass., Aug. 26, 1761; m. 3rd, Ruth Gould, of Sudbury, June 30, 1762; she d. in Weston, 31, 1768. He joined church 1731,
Thankful, m. Mar. 27, 1723 Josiah Livermore. She owned a covenant in Weston, Mass., Mar. 12, 1721; d. 1724.
Isaac of Weston, Mass., b. 1693; d. in Weston, Jan. 21, 1778; m. Susannah Allen, May 3, 1720; b. Mar. 9, 1696; d. Weston, Mass., Nov. 27, 1786. He enlisted from Weston, Mass., Aug. 18, 1774, and served in Rev. War from Mass.
P. Joseph, b. Weston, 1690; m. Martha Hastings.
P. Ebanezar, b. 1703; m. Sarah Allen.
BENJAMIN F. HARRINGTON
SYLVIA A. CASE, his wife.
Son of William & w. Lucy Hix Felshaw
Lucy Floretta, of Hoosick, N. Y., b. Nov. 19, 1856; 4. May 19, 1886; m. Dec. 30, 1875 Leonard J. Abbott. They had the following children: Ernest Harrington, b., Mar. 19, 1887; m. Nellie Slade; Gertrude Eliza, b. May 10, 1879; m. Case Cottrell; Arthur Leonard, b. June 29, 1881 m. Delia Harrington, and Inez Mary, b. May 1, 1886; m. Raymond Gifford.
Sylvia E., of Pittstown, N. Y., b. July 12, 1859; d. there Mar. 17, 1880; unmarried.
Twins, girl and boy, b. there Oct. 22, 1867, both died the same day.
Mary Ida, of Buskirk, N. Y. b. there Feb. 14, 1869; d. June 15, 1929; m. there May 9, 1888 John Henry Kenyon. She had the following children: Mildred Winona, b. Oct. 5, 1889; m. Perry H. Eddy and they had seven children; Benjamin Harrington, b. June 2, 1891; Sillah Sylvia, b. June 11, 1893; m. Warren W. Buell; Orlo, b. June 16, 1895, and d. June 6, 1898; Kirtland, b. July 19, 1898; m. Ruth Van Wert; Kenel M., b. Jan. 17, 1901 and d. Mar. 31, 1928.
ANNA CHAMBERLAIN, his wife.
Son of Samuel & w. Elizabeth
Dana, Capt. b. Westborough, Mass., Feb. 25, 1790; m. in Westborough, Mass., Feb. 1823 Amy P. Davenport.
Eli, b. Westborough, Mass., June 6, 1791; m. in Westborough, Mass., Apr. 4, 1821, Betsy Grout, who died in Westborough, Mass., Sept. 4, 1844.
Hollis, b. Westborough, Mass., Feb. 17, 1793.
Anna, b. Westborough, Mass, Oct. 11, 1795; m. in Westborough, Mass., Feb. 4, 1821, Joel Warren.
Edmund, b. Westborough, Mass., Sept. 5, 1797; d. Nov. 9, 1847 in Grafton, Mass.; m. in Westborough, Mass., Apr. 15, 1824, Sally Forbush of the same place; intention dated Grafton, Mass., Mar. 6, 1824.
Susanna, b. Westborough, Mass., June 12, 1799; m. Nov. 19, 1823 Lt. Webster Johnson, of Southborough, Mass.; intention recorded Southborough, Mass., dated Oct. 25, 1823.
Samuel Austin, b. Westborough, Mass., Mar. 10, 1801; m. Westborough, Mass., Dec. 10, 1829 Catherine Warren.
Hannah, b. Westborough, Mass., Jan 8, 1803; d. of consumption May 24, 1845; prob. the same Hannah who married in Danvers, Mass., Dec. 20, 1825 John Dodge.
Curtis, b. Westborough, Mass., Mar. 21, 1805; d. Apr. 6, 1826.
Edward, b. Westborough, Mass., Oct. 10, 1807.
HANNAH CLARK, his wife.
Son of William & w. Ester
Daniel of Canterbury, Conn., b. before 1748; m. at Killingsly, Conn.,1769 Margaret (Dorcas) Cutter. He enlisted for service in Rev. War in Capt. Durkee's Co. of Conn. Militia which served in Wyoming. His name shown on R. I. Muster Rolls, but reference served in Wyoming. His name shown on R. I. Muster Rolls, but reference made Conn. Rolls. A Daniel served from Plainsfield, Conn.
Ezekiel, of Woburn, Mass., b. p. about 1720-30.
Hannah, of Woburn, Mass., b. p. about 1720-30; m. Jabis Landers, Mar. 3, 1778.
Mercy, of Woburn, Mass., b. p. about 1720-30
Zacharias, of Center Brunswick, N. Y., and Smithfield, R. I., b. in Smithville, Dec. 26, 1737; m. Maria; he enlisted Apr. 10, 1758; aged 21, for French and Indian War, along with his brothers, Isaac and Benjamin. He also served in Reg. War in Van Renssalaer's Reg. Capt. Brie's Co. as Sergeant.
John, of Smithville, R. I., b. there Mar. 20, 1738; he served in the Rev. War in the following regiments: Capt. Wm. Carter, in Col. Wm. Malcomb's Reg. for three years; Capt. McGee's Co. in Graham's Reg.; Capt. Allen's Co. in Harper's Reg.; Capt. Brie's Co. in Van Renssalaer's Reg.
Abraham, of Smithfield, R. I., b. there Nov. 7, 1739; m. there in 1764, Ann Vincent. They moved from Providence, R. I. to Dutchess Co., N. Y., thence to Greenbush, Renssalaer Co., N. Y., where he served in Rev. War as private in Capt. Brie's Co. Col. Van Renssalaer's 4th Reg., Albany Co., Militia in which other Harringtons were: Benjamin, Isaac, and Zachariah. Abraham resided in Van Renssalaer Co., N. Y., at time of Fed. Census of 1790.
Sarah, of Warwick, R. I., b. there prob. about 1722; m. at Swansea, Feb. 19, 1743, 1st Barnard Wood, of Rehobeth; m. 2nd Isaac Ostrander, Aug. 17, 1777. She was married the first time by Elder Benjamin Harrington, prob. her father, the second time she was married the same day as her brother Clark, and both members of the family Wood, p. sister and brother.
Isaac, b. in New York State, Dutchess Co., 1741. He may have been the Isaac who served in Rev. War under Col. Willett, Capt. Livingston's New York Co.
Nancy, of New York, b. before 1763; baptised Mar. 28, 1779; m. Robert Wildring.
Clark, b. about 1722; m. Feb. 17, 1743, Keziah Wood of Rehobeth, Mass. He served in Rev. War from Vermont and also from Canterbury, Conn. He died at Shaftsbury, Vt., in 1787, and his will was presented in court for probate, Feb. 7, 1788, in which he named his wife, Keziah, Administratrix. He was among the Green Mountain Boys who fought in Rev. War from Vermont. By deed he received land title there 1780 & 1786.
Benjamin of Smithfield, R. I., b. there May 6, 1735; m. 1st at Chepacket, R. I., Feb. 15, 1758 Mary Brown; m. 2nd In Gloucester, R, I., Apr. 29, 1771 Alice Brown.
BENJAMIN FREDERICK HARRINGTON
HARRIET CLARK, his wife.
Son of Benjamin & w. Lucinda Hill
Susan E., b. Westminister, Mass., Apr. 24, 1844; d. in Leominister, Mass. June 14, 1865 (sic); m. Oct. 7, 1869 Henry Newell Powers. They had one child, N. Frank.
Albert F., b. Apr. 24, 1847 in Westminister, Mass., d. there Sept. 8, 1847.
Albert C., b. Leominister, Mass., Mar. 31, 1849. d. Aug. 14, 1854 by drowning.
Hattie L., of Westminister, Mass., Sept. 26, 1849; d. 1858.
Marietta, of Leominister, Mass., b. Westminister, Mass., Apr. 16, 1861. She was unmarried and was a music teacher in Leominister, Mass.
LAVINA ANN COFFMAN, his wife.
Son of Paul & w. Sally
Cornelius, of Shaftsbury, Vt., was a descendant of Benjamin, on whose homestead he resided in 1887.
Henry, of Shaftsbury, Vt., b. June 24, 1826; d. there Dec. 19, 1909; m. Elizabeth Green, who was born in Sept. 1837; d. Apr. 19, 1895.
Elmira, b. Shaftsbury, Vt., before 1828; d. 1865; m. Haughton. They had one son, Rufus, b. in 1844 and living in 1929.
Paul of Shaftsbury, Vt., b. Mar. 28, 1829; d. there Oct. 31, 1904; m. Mary Ann Morse, Sept. 10, 1850.
Myron H., b. in Shaftsbury, Vt., about 1831; d. there Dec. 4, 1865; m. there Sophia Galusha.
Lovina Ann, b. Shaftsbury, Vt., about 1833; m. Newell Morse, and they had Alfreta and Wilominia.
Asher, b. Shaftsbury, Vt., about 1834; m. and had a son, Asher, Jr.
Imogene, b. Shaftsbury, Vt., before 1850; m. 1st Smith; m. 2nd there Nov. 11, 1867, Milo Mattison. They had no children.
SUSANNAH DUNCAN, his wife.
Son of Benjamin & w. Lydia Wells
Moses of Smithfield, R. I., prob. b. about 1710; m. Elizabeth
Benjamin of Smithfield, R. I., prob. b. about 1712; m. Hannah, b. Weymouth, Mass., 1718.
ELIZA, his wife.
Lineage not known
He was born in Williamstown, Vt. before 1808; m. Eliza
One child b. there 1829.
AGNES ELLIS, his wife.
Son of Bentley & w. Ester Norton
Edgar, of Saratoga Co, N. Y., b. there after 1856; m. Lillian Smith.
Etta, of Saratoga Co., N. Y., b. there after 1856; m. Warren Hubbs, and they had Agnes.
Nellie Knapp, of Saratoga Co., N. Y., b. there after 1856; m. Leroy Smith.
William Benjamin, of Saratoga, Co., N. Y., b. there after 1856; m. Abbie Bartill or Bratill.
LUCRETIA FLAGG, his wife.
Son of Jonathan & w. Mary Flagg.
Mary Elizabeth, of Worcester, Mass., b. there Jan. 25, 1836; m. Samuel G. Curtis.
Benjamin, of Worcester, Mass., b. there Sept. 2, 1838; m. Harriet W. Harrington.
Hannah Flagg, of Worcester, Mass., b there Nov. 12, 1842; d. there Apr. 11, 1845.
Henry Augustus, of Worcester, Mass., b. there Sept. 8, 1846; m. Delia M. Griggs. He was a member of Overseers of the poor in 1888 to 1896, and was Alderman in 1890-91.
Sarah A., of Worcester, Mass., b. there after 1846; m. Gonzalo Buxton.
BETSY E. FROST, his wife.
Son of Jeremiah & w. Sarah Locke
Sally S., b. 1797; d. Apr. 19, 1829.
Another daughter who died May 24, 1817; b. 1809.
Abigail, m. in Arlington, Mass., Dec. 30, 1816 Edward Russell.
Another child which was born 1817 and died May 30, 1819.
Thomas, d. in Arlington, Mass., May 30, 1819.
THEODOCIA GARDNER, his wife.
Son of Richard & w. Sarah Bates
Lydia, of Otsego Co., N. Y.; m. Carpenter. She was mentioned in her father's will also.
Ruth, of Otsego Co., N. Y.; m. Joshua Matterson, She also was mentioned in her father's will.
Gardner, of Burlington, N. Y., b. 1788 at Pownal, Vt., d. at New Berlin, N. Y., Jan. 9, 1879; m. Harriet Franklin of Block Island, p. N. Y., d. West Burlington, N. Y., 1883.
EUNICE GARFIELD, his wife.
Son of Benjamin & w. Elizabeth Pierce
Paul, b. Waltham, Mass., Sept. 6, 1785; d. Aug. 2.4, 1832; m. in Waltham, Mass., Jan. 21, 1816 Mary Steadman.
Eunice, b. Waltham, Mass., May 17, 1788.
Seth, b. Waltham, Mass., Feb. 22, 1790; d. Aug. 18, 1849; m. in Westminister, Mass., July 22, 1814, Rebecca Temple.
HANNAH GOULD, his wife.
Son of Elisha & w. Dorcas Thomas
Samuel (Sammy) b. Warrensburg, N. Y., Oct. 6, 1834; d. there Jan. 28, 1839.
William Gardner, b. Warrensburg, N. Y., Apr. 20, 1837; d. there June 28, 1837.
Marietta, b. Warrensburg, N. Y., Jan. 14, 1833; d. there Mar. 17, 1849; m. Rowell Bryant of the same place, and who died there May 4, 1891. She died at the birth of her first child, Orlando Bryant, who was born Mar. 17, 1849, and is inmate of insane asylum in 1925.
Harriet J., b. Warrensburg, N. Y., Dec. 27, 1840 (1836); there in 1914; m. her cousin Alonzo J. Harrington.
Matilda, b. Warrensburg, N. Y., Dec. 27, 1840; d. there in 1914; m. Chas. Truman Reynolds, b. 1834 and d. Dec. 1922. They had children: Truman Reynolds, b. 1856, his son Earnest was soldier at Austin, Texas in 1924; Hattie, b. 1860 and d. in 1872; Benjamin, b. 1872; Bertha, b. 1874, and Thermon, b. 1881.
James B., b. Warrensburg, N. Y., Nov. 21, 1843; m. 1st, Hattie Early; m. 2nd Ettie (Mattison). He resided at Bakers Mills, N. Y. in 1924, and is a guide to deer hunters in the Adirondock Mts.
Elvira B., b. Warrensburg, N. Y., Mar. 17, 1845; m. Myron Early and had children: (Twins, Maggie, b. 1877; Myron, b. 1878; William b. 1880; Mark b. 1882; and Pearl b. 1886).
Elmira, twin, b. Warrensburg, N. Y., Mar. 17, 1845; m. John Bradt who was born 1839. They had children: Benjamin, b. 1872; William, b. 1874; Effie, b. 1878; Charles, b. 1881; Vira and Ira, twins, b. 1886; and Ethel, b. 1888.
Albon, b. Warrensburg, N. Y., Oct. 17, 18x8; m. Eliza Moorehouse, and resided at Wells, N. Y. in 1924.
Miriam, b. Warrensburg, N. Y., Mar. 13, 1856 and d. there July 6, 1856.
HANNAH HARRINGTON, his wife.
Son of Richard & w. Deborah Milkes
Elizabeth, of Easton, N. Y., b. there , June 14, 1858; m. William Kenyon Rathburn, b. Aug. 29, 1847 and d. there July 26, 1921. She resided at Greenwich, N. Y., in 1927; d. Dec. 28, 1932.
Howard, of Easton, N. Y., b. there Feb. 24, 1860; d. there Feb. 18, 1903; m. Lottie Oliver, who married again after his death.
Dora, b. Cambridge, N. Y., Mar. 11, 1862; m. Richard Lyons, b. May 30, 1861. They had two children, namely: Malcomb and Forest. They resided Cambridge, N. Y. 1927. She died Easton, N. Y., Mar. 4, 1930.
LUCINDA HILL, his wife.
Son of Benjamin & w. Sarah Woodward
Maverick, b. Westminister, Mass., May 16, 1816; d. in Okemos, Mich.; m. Sarah G. Farnsworth. They resided Westminister, Mass.; Camden, N. J., and Okemos, Mich.
Benjamin Frederick, b. Westminister, Mass., July 21, 1821; d. Leominister, Mass., Jan. 8, 1893; m. May 24, 1842 Harriet Clark of Hubbardstown, Mass.; d. in Watertown, Mass., June 7, 1898. She was a descendant of Hugh Clark of Watertown, Mass., 1640.
Malchus, b. Westminister, Mass., Jan. 16, 1825; m. there July 2, 1852, Caroline Farnsworth, b. Westminister, Mass., Dec. 6, 1828; d. Camden, N. J. in 1893.
PAMELIA HUSTEAD, 1st wife (24 Feb 1805 written in)
LOVINA ELWELL, 2nd wife. (Apr 6 1814 written in)
p. Son of Paul & w. Thankful Webster
FAMILY (1st wife)
p. Benjamin, b. there before 1806; m. Lemina, b. Connecticut 1804.
FAMILY (2nd wife)
p. Sabra, b. there June 9, 1825; d. there June 5, 1900.
p. RUTH INMAN, his wife.
Lineage not known
Benjamin Harrington, of Blandford, Mass., and Enfield, Conn. p.m. in Gloucester, R. I. in 1788, Ruth Inman. He served in the Rev. Ward from Enfield, Hartford Co., Conn. (His name is in No. 350) He received town bounties from Enfield, Conn. paid Apr. 10, 1781 for Rev. War Service. He was drawing a Rev. War pension Mar. 18, 1818, for service as private from Connecticut, and 1820, then residing at Blandford, Mass.
Anson, of Blandford and Otis, Mass., b. 1802 d. in Otis, Mass., a. 1873; m. a wife who died a. 1837 when quite young. He was an early settler of Otis, Mass., and was one of three Harringtons whose names were shown on map of original land owners of Berkshire Co., Mass., made by Henry F. Walling in 1853. He had much land. He was mentioned in his father's pension papers.
p. MARY, his wife.
Lineage not determined
Benjamin Harrington of Stephentown, N. Y. lineage not determined, was p. b. Black River, N, Y., p. 1775; d. there before 1848; m. p. Mary. He was an early settler in north part of Stephentown, N. Y. which was settled in 1765-66, the settlers coming from R. I. and Conn. While there he lived a neighbor to John A. Harrington of wife Mary Rounds. In 1812 he was highway overseer for Dist. No. 29; in 1818 he was Path Master for Dist. No. 44; also in 1820, 1824, 1828 and 1829. Apr. 21, 1848 he conveyed land there to Benjamin Harrington, Jr., p. of wife Olive.
Simon, of Stephentown, N. Y., b. 1800; m. Rebecca Sweet, b. 1795; Simon d. Hoag's Corners 1859.
Gardner of Stephentown, N. Y., b. 1801. In 1850 he resided there with Benjamin Harrington, of wife Olive, probably his brother.
Benjamin of Stephentown, N. Y., b. there 1805; m. Olive; b. 1810.
Abraham of Stephentown, N. Y., b. there 1804; m. Betsy, b. 1809. An old lady, b. 1750-60, was in their home in 1830 and 1840. A boy b.1810-1815, not their son, lived with them in 1830. They had a son, b. 1825-1830 who was gone from home before census of 1850, which showed seven children.
Hosea, b. 1808; d. Stephentown, N. Y., Oct. 22, 1858; m. Sarah Babcock, b. 1809; d. Stephentown, N. Y., May 11, 1873.
JEMIMA MOSLEY, his wife.
Son of William & w. Sarah Baker
William of W. Hoosick, N. Y., b. Feb. 2, 1798; d. there Sept. 16, 1846; m. Lucy Hix Felshaw, b. Feb. 4, 1798 and d. Apr. 2, 1882.
Ezekiel of Hoosick, N. Y., b. there June 8, 1800; d. there June 20, 1818. unmarried.
Ira of West Hoosick, N. Y., b. there May 12, 1802; d. there and buried there May 4, 1890; m. Sally Wood, b. Aug. 13, 1805; d. May 4, 1890.
Benjamin of Hoosick, N. Y., b. there Feb. 20, 1804; d. there Nov. 16, 1845; m. in Berkshire Co., Mass., Jan. 8, 1826 Sophronia Sperry of Manchester, Vt.
Erastus of Easton, N. Y., b. Hoosick, N. Y., Apr. 14, 1808; d. July 1, 1889; m. Melvina Pierce, b. 1813 in New York State.
Simon, of Hoosick, N. Y., b. there Mar. 17, 1810; d. Apr. 22, 1885; m. Catherine Morris, June 17, 1833.
OLIVE, his wife.
Son of Benjamin, Sr. & w. p. Mary
Benjamin of Stephentown, N. Y., b. there 1834. He resided there with his parents in 1850.
Ira of Stephentown, N. Y., b. there 1836, and he also resided there with his parents In 1850.
Olive of Stephentown, N. Y., b. there 1839, also resided there with her parents in 1850.
Anna of Stephentown, N. Y., b. there 1845. and she also resided there with her parents in 1850.
ABIGAIL (HOOKER) PELTON, his wife.
Son of Heber & w. Hannah Whitford
Caroline Hooker, b. in Ilion, N. Y., m. Abner E. Doty. they had Ida, who married James Alfred Whitfield; also Albert Leslie Doty, who married Gracia L. Howard; they had a child named Florence Etoild Doty, who was born in German Flats, N. Y.
LOVICA PERRY, his wife.
Son of Oliver (s. of James) & w.
Adaline of N. Fairfield, Ohio, b. p. there after 1819; m. William Van Buren Ames.
ELIZABETH PIERCE, his wife.
Son of George & w. Hepzibeth Fiske
Benjamin, b. Waltham, Mass., Apr. 29, 1750; d. Mar. 16, 1833; m. in Waltham, Mass., July 18, 1785 Eunice Garfield, b. Mar. 26, 1753 and bapt. Apr. 8, 1753. He served in many enlistments in Rev. War. He was private in Capt. Abraham Pierce's Waltham Co., which marched to Concord and Lexington on Alarm of Apr. 19, 1775. He was private in Capt. David Wheeler's Company, Col. Benjamin Simonds Detachment of Berkshire County Militia, Muster Roll dated Ticonderoga, Feb. 25, 1777, having enlisted Dec. 16, 1776, and which enlistment expired Mar. 15, 1777. He applied for pension from Springfield, Mass., in 1820, then aged 68 years.
Paul, b. Waltham, Mass., June 28, 1752; d. June 24, 1771.
Joel, b. Waltham, Mass., Oct. 31, 1754; d. Mar. 28, 1905; m. in Waltham, Mass., Jan. 8, 1784 Abigail Fiske. Served in Rev. War from Waltham, Mass., Capt. Pierce's Co. Marched on alarm of Mar. 19, 1775.
Abigail of Waltham, Mass., b. there after 1755.
Mercy of Waltham, Mass., b. there after 1755.
Sarah, of Waltham, Mass., b. there after 1755.
Eunice of Waltham, Mass., Aug. 3, 1758; d. Nov. 11, 1836; m. in Waltham, Mass., May 25, 1779 Eliphalet Warren.
Solomon, b. Charleston, May 25, 1764 or 1765; m. in Waltham, Mass., Apr. 26, 1796 Hannah Pierce, who d. July 29, 1847.
Susannah of Waltham, Mass., born there after 1755.
BENJAMIN W. HARRINGTON
SARAH PRATT, his wife.
Lineage not determined
Benjamin W. Harrington of Braintree, Mass., Lineage not determined, was married in Weymouth, Mass., May 18, 1841 to Sarah C. Pratt of Braintree, Mass.
Franklin Brigham, who was baptised in Weymouth, Mass., Sept. 4, 1842.
MARY SMITH, his wife.
Son of Thomas & w. L. Perry
Cynthia, b. Chenage River, July 12, 1811; d. July 28, 1837; m. Dr. Sophronius French, resided at Lisle, N. Y.
Sarah (Sally) b. Chenango River, N. Y., Aug. 22, 1813; d. July 28, 1837; m. Ira French, and they had two sons: Dwight L. French, b. 1835, and Dr. Salphronius French, b. 1837. They resided at Castle Brook, N. Y.
Mary A., b. Chenango River, N. Y., Apr. 17, 1825; d. Apr. 8, 1882; m. Daniel Smith and had son Benjamin of Binghamton, N. Y.
Lydia, b. Chenango River, N. Y., Feb. 6, 1817; d. May 23, 1888; m. John Ingerson, a surveyor of Lisle, N. Y.
William S., b. Chenango River, N. Y., June 8, 1819; d. Sept. 24, 1900; m. 1st, Sept. 7, 1843 Maria Bradley; 2nd, 1886, Lucy M. Wheeler.
Francis B., b. Chenango River, N. Y., Mar. 15, 1831; d. Sept. 30, 1846; m. Frances Newell, of Parker Broome Co., N. Y.
Rosamond, b. Chenango River, N. Y., Dec. 28, 1822; d. June 18, 1824.
George Nelson, b. Chenango River, N. Y., June 8, 1827; d. June 21, 1900; m. Maria A. Aldrich, Nov. 5, 1857, always resided on inherited farm.
Salphronius, b. Chenango River, N. Y., Mar. 2, 1829; d. Dec. 18, 1900. (June 21, 1901)
SAPHRONIA SPERRY, his wife.
Son of Benjamin & w. Jemima Mosley
Amanda of Hoosick, N. Y., b. there after 1825; m. Sherman.
Eliza of Hoosick, N. Y., b. there after 1825; m. Copeland.
Lydia of Hoosick, N. Y., b. there after 1825; m. Sogart.
Maria of Hoosick, N. Y., b. there after 1825; m. Wing.
William H., of Hoosick, N. Y., b. there after 1825; m. Lydia Copeland.
LYDIA SWEET, his wife.
Son of Josiah, Jr. & w. Sarah
Additional information and corrections on this family was received in an e-mail from Sharon Gunter.
Daniel of North Kingstown, R. I., was born there 1797.
Hannah, b. North Kingstown, R. I., Dec. 1798.
Clark, of North Kingstown, R. I., b. in Providence, R. I. in 1799.
Sarah, b. Warwick, Mass., Mar. 20, 1801.
Ezekiel, b. North Kingstown, R. I., Jan. 1803.
Mercy, b. North Kingstown, R. I., July 20, 1804.
Benjamin, b. North Kingstown, R. I.., Feb. 1806.
MARTHA THOMPSON, his wife.
Son of Simeon & w. Rebecca Sweet
Blanche of Hoag's Corners, N. Y., b. there Sept. 15, 1862; d. there 1877.
Effie of Hoag's Corners, N. Y., b. there Apr. 21, 1867; d. there 1895; unmarried.
Hattie of Hoag's Corners, N.Y., b. Stephentown, N.Y., Aug. 26, 1872; m. Elmer Coons. They had Mabel, Viola, and Edna.
Grace of Stephentown, N.Y., b. there Feb. 20, 1876; m. Albert Kelly. They had Florence and Emma.
Walter of Hancock, Mass., b. there Aug. 3, 1882; d. there Mar. 14, 1883.
Martha of Garfield, N.Y., b. there Sept. 29, 1885; m. Joseph Boyd. They had Raginald.
HANNAH UPSON, his wife.
Lineage not determined
Benjamin Harrington of Shelburne, Vt., b. before 1735; m. in New Haven, Conn., Apr. 14, 1786 Hannah Upson of the same place. (Confusing entry: Is this note on parents or first child??)
He came to Shelburne about 1784-85 from Connecticut with his father and brother, William and in about 1805 he cleared an old field that had been tilled by the Indians. The trees were about thirty years old, showing that the Indians had abandoned the field about 1775.
In 1800 he contracted to build the first Congregational church there for $5,000. He build the second dwelling there in 1789. He had been a sea-faring man.
He served in Rev. War from Connecticut, and he received bounties of war Apr. 10, 1781. he was listed as having returned from the Continental Army, and he was claimed and allowed to town of Enfield, to a committee for Hartford County.
He was drawing a Revolutionary Pension Mar. 18, 1818.
Henry of Shelburne, Vt., b. 1762; d. Jan. 17, 1810
Sally Amelia, b. New Haven, Conn., July 5, 1787.
LYDIA WELLS, his wife.
Son of Benjamin & w. Elizabeth White
Elizabeth, p. b. Providence, R.I., before 1694. She received a bequest under her father's will, proved May 30, 1694.
Lydia, p. b. Providence, R.I., before 1694; s. 1763; m. Joseph Williams, grandson of Roger Williams, of history. They had Mercy, Lydia, and Martha, all of whom married brothers, William, Joseph, and John Randall. They had also Jeremiah, Mary, Barbara, Freelove, Jemima, Meribah, and Patience.
Dorothy, b. Providence, R.I., p. about 1675; m. there Isaac Ballard. They had Lydia, b. Mar. 29, 1700; and m. Abraham Tourtellot of Newport and Gloucester, R.I. They had Abraham, Jr., d. Nov. 23, 1762; Mary b. Mar. 20, 1721; Lydia, b. Jan. 24, 1723; Esther, b. Jan. 24, 1725 (twins); Jonathan, b. Sept. 15, 1728; Benjamin, b. Nov. 30, 1730; Sarah, b. Apr. 22, 1735. Dorothy also received a bequest in her father's will.
Benjamin, of Providence, R.I., b. there p. about 1672; d. Sept. 8, 1726; m. Susannah Duncan. He received bequest under his father's will proved May 30, 1694 and in 1712 he and his brother, John divided their father's home lot. In 1712 his wife, Susannah received deed for land from her son Benjamin and his wife, Hannah. She seems to have married 2nd, one Durkin, under which name she received land in 1741 from her son, Moses Harrington.
John of Smithfield, R.I., b. there before 1700; d. Oct. 25, 1734; m. Ester.
BENJAMIN HEARNDEN (HARRINGTON)
ELIZABETH WHITE, his wife.
Son of John & Ann Clinton
Benjamin of Providence, R.I., b. there a. 1650; d. Apr. 18, 1694; m. Lydia Wells, who d. June 14, 1710.
In 1671 he took oath of allegiance. 1 Jul 1679, he was taxed 11-1/2. [On] 4 May 1681 "...he having lately shot at an Indian in the woods for no other cause as he confessed than that said Indian would not obey his word and stand at his command, and the Indian, though having a gun, having not shot again, went peaceably away, only using some words by way of reproof, blaming him for his violence and cruelty. The Assembly, therefore, enacts that all His Majesty's subjects are hereby required to behave themselves peaceably toward the Indians, in like manner as before the war," etc. [On] 1 Sep 1697 he was taxed 3ds; in 1688, he rendered for taxation the following: 2 oxen, 5 cows, heifer, steer, yearlings, horse, ..... 5 acres planted land, 5 acres English pasture, an acre hog meadow, and 50 acres unfenced. In 1685 his father and mother deeded to him 60 acres of land, and the deed reciting that "he being destitute of a place of settlement."
[On] 17 Apr 1694, his will was filed and was proved 30 May 1694. His wife was named executrix, and bequests were made to his children. Before his death his property was inventoried at 29 pounds, 2 shillings. 10 Jul 1710 inventory of the estate of Lydia was ordered to be taken by Joseph Williams, Jr., he having married one of the daughters, and William Olney.
He served in King Philip's War together with his brother.
Alice, of Providence, R.I., born there 1652; d. there after 1718; m. 25 Dec 1669 Daniel Brown, son of Chad and Elizabeth Brown. He was born in 1646 and died there 29 Sep 1710. They had the following children: Judah, Jabez, Sarah, born 10 Oct 1677, Jeremiah, Hallelujah, Hosannah, Jonathan, and Daniel.
Joseph, b. 1652; d. in Providence, R.I., Apr. 19, (or 16), 1694; m. there Sarah. He took the oath of allegiance in 1671. [On] 3 Mar 1686, his mother and father deeded him 57 acres of land "for his well being and settlement." Part of the land was situated 10 miles north of Providence, R. I. [On] 24 Apr 1689, he sold 13 acres of land to Wm. Herenden, 30 May 1694, administration of his estate was granted to his widow, Sarah, and it was desired that Parson Tillinghert have the oversight of several young children and give advice to her
On record (Grant W. N.) says he drowned in Boston Harbor.
Sarah, b. 1654; d. Providence R.I., Apr. 2, 1677; m. in Bingham, Mass., 15 May 1675, David Whipple, who was born in 1656 and died Dec 1710, son of John and Sarah Whipple. They had one child, David, 20 Jan 16__ (can't read - looks like 1669, but ... ). She intended to marry John Inman but he took another wife
Mary, b. Providence, R.I., 1658; d. 1696; m. 14 Oct 1675, Andrew Edmonds, who was born in 1639 and d. in 1695. They had five children: Mary, b. 20 Oct 1676; Sarah, b. 17 Feb 1678 (1679); m. 11 Feb 1695, Daniel Hicks; William, b. 7 Mar 1681, and m. Alice; Andrew, b. 17 Jun 1683, and m. 1st Meribah Field and 2nd, Mary Hobbs; Joseph, b. 2 Feb 1687, and m. 1st 13 Dec 1708, Hannah Nichols and 2nd, 7 Jun 1759, Elizabeth Vaughn.
Her husband, Andrew, was captain of a R. I, company during King Philip's War, and on 6 Aug 1676, the General Assembly voted to him and his company one-half the produce of the Indian captives brought in by them. These Indians were sold into slavery by the colonists for nine year terms. Andrew granted 4 acres of land for service during the war and the right to operate a ferry at Red Bridge, 3 Mar 1679. In this year he deposed that he was aged about 40. In 1687 he was granted 9 acres, which was poor and unsuited to cultivation. [On] 25 Dec 1689, he was granted the sum of 20 shillings a week by Plymouth Colony for service in the late expedition against the Indians. [On] 3 Mar 1690, he was allowed the balance of his pay as captain for his good service in the late eastern wars, and in 1690 his wife was paid his wages that accured during his absence in the service. When he returned from the war he was appointed by the General Assembly of R. I. as special constable for the main land. His will, dated 22 Jun 1695, and proved 13 Aug, following, named his wife an executrix and his sons as legatees.
William, b. Providence, R.I., 1660; d. Aug. 27, 1727; married 1st Ester; m. 2nd Deliverance, who died before Feb 1728. He was a shoemaker. He took the oath of allegiance in 1682. [On] 6 Apr 1724, he sold to Joseph Hearndon 36 acres of land with house for 240 pounds.
John, b. in Providence, R.I., 1662; d. in Scituate, R.I., 1736; p. m. Lydia Cranston who died before 1729. Wifes name not verified, but used as symbol for distinguishing this John.
He received a gift from his father of a large tract of land in Scituate, about 1 mile south of Nennett Mill, on which he built a dwelling and lived Deeds of gift covering this tract were made to his five sons dated 1729, '31, and '36.
Thomas, b. 1665; d. 1722-23; m. Hannah. He resided in Providence, R. I. He took the oath of allegiance in May 1682.
Isaac, of Norwich, Conn., b. in Providence, R.I., 1668; d. in Norwich, Conn., 1727; m. Sarah, who died in 1728. His will was proved Aug. 16, 1728, his wife, Sarah, being the executrix.
He moved to Coventry, R. I., and from there to Norwich, Conn. He is described as a weaver.
[On] 28 Oct 1688, his mother, then wife of Richard Pray, deeded him land, homestead, houses, orchard, etc., given her for life by will of her late husband. [On] 10 Feb 1689, Isaac and wife, Sarah, deeded to his mother, Elizabeth Pray, house and orchard. [On] 31 Mar 1696, he sold to Samuel Wilkinson 50 acres of land and dwelling house.
SARAH WOODWARD, his wife.
Son of Seth & w. Priscilla (Wilder) Haughton
Seth, p. b. in Westminister, Mass., Nov. 3, 1791; d. Oct. 29, 1810.
Benjamin, b. Westminister, Mass., Oct. 19, 1793; d. Sept. 1870; m. Nov. 10, 1814, Lucinda Hill of Greenfield, Mass., She died Sept. 1871; she was daughter of Nathaniel Hill and Annice, his wife, of Gardner, Mass.
John of Westminister, Mass., b. there Nov. 14, 1797; d. there Aug. 19, 1800.
John of Princeton, Mass., b. Westminister, Mass., Feb. 10, 1802; d. Westminister, Mass., Nov. 21, 1898; m. Oct. 1822 Lydia Clark, (Mrs.)
Sally, b. Westminister, Mass., Sept. 15, 1804; m. Nov. 20, 1836, Joseph Whitney, b. Dec. 18, 1794. They had three children.
Daniel, b. Westminister, Mass., Jan. 26, 1813; he was alive in 1900; m. July 1834 Nancy White of Westminister, Mass., b. Aug. 18, 1815 and died Dec. 3, 1893. He was a farmer.
____________, his wife.
Son of Benjamin & w. Lydia Warren
Daniel, b. He moved, with many other Rhode Islanders, to Adams, Mass., where he built and ran a saw mill. He resided there at census of 1790 and had one daughter.
____________, his wife.
Lineage not known
Benjamin Harrington, of Sherburne, Vt., b. before 1735; d. there and m. there. They had several children, but the name of only one, the youngest is known.
He came to Sherburne about 1784-85 from Connecticut with his father and brother, William C. He had been a sea-faring man. In about 1803 he cleared an old field that had been tilled by the Indians. The trees were about thirty years old, showing that the Indians had abandoned the field about 1773.
In 1800 he contracted to build the first Congregational church there for $5,000. He build the second dwelling there in 1789. (Typist's note: This entry is suspiciously similar to the Benjamin Harrington/Hannah Upson entry.)
Henry of Sherburne, Vt., b. 1762; d. in Jan. 1810.
________________, his wife.
Lineage not known.
Benjamin Harrington of Smithfield, R.I., lineage not determined, was born in England; d. in 1687; m. in England, where his wife died. He came from England to America with his five children in 1660, and his brother, Solomon, came the following year.
Nathan of Smithfield, R.I., b. Durham, England, Mar. 30, 1649; d. Smithfield, R.I., 1729; m. Martha Bingham.
Josiah of Smithfield, R.I., b. England before 1660; he came with his father from England in 1660. His name appears with those of Benjamin, Solomon, and Nathan in business transactions recorded in Smithfield, R.I.
Jonathan of Smithfield, R.I., b. England before 1660. He also came to America with his father.
Charity of Smithfield, R.I., b. England before 1660.
Peace of Smithfield, R. I., b. England before 1660. She came with her father from England in 1660.
ESTHER NORTON, 1st wife
MARY ANN LEWIS, 2nd wife.
Son of John & w. Hannah Bentley
FAMILY (1st wife)
Julia of Bald Mountain, N.Y., b. after 1834; m. Frank Phillips. They had Mabel, Emma, and Earl.
Benjamin of Mechanicsville, N.Y., b. after 1836; d. there Aug. 19, 1837.
Almira S. of Greenwich, N.Y., b. after 1849; d. there Mar. 11, 1871; un-m.
Emma of Saratoga, N.Y., b. after 1849; m. Almaron King.
Edgar C., of Greenwich, N.Y., b. Jan. 1850; d. there Feb. 28, 1854.
Nellie of Saratoga, N.Y., b. after 1850; m. Robert Knapp. They had Theodore, a lawyer of Saratoga.
Carroll, of Greenwich, N.Y., b. after 1850; m. Viola Stephens.
Harriet, of Salem, N.Y., b. after 1850; m. 1st Alexander Smart; m. 2nd George Lewis.
Justus of Greenwich, N.Y., b. after 1850; d. about 1925; unmarried.
Minnie, of Greenwich, N.Y., b. after 1850; m. Albert Pierce.
CAROLINE HALE, his wife.
Son of James Clayton & w. Mary Ann Blodgett
Helen Moore, b. St. Charles, Ill., 1882; m. Wm. Hawley and resided in Harvey, Ill. in 1830. They had no children.
Bertha, b. in Lake Geneva, Wis., Mar. 1884; resides in Chicago, Ill. in 1930. She is unmarried and is librarian of Y.M.C.A.
Lucy, b. in West Chicago, Ill., about 1886; m. Frank Prindle (Priddle) and they had Donald, who resided in Aurora, Ill. in 1930.
Gertrude, b. Aurora, Ill., about 1890. She was unmarried, and resided with her mother and sister, Bertha.
George Benton, b. in Aurora, Ill., 1893; m. Francisca Woods.
Hale Baird, b. in Aurora, Ill., about 1896; m. Purdetta Greene.
BERT L. HARRINGTON
JULIA OTTOWAY, his wife.
Son of Larkin & w. Abigail Haughton
Ada D., of Watertown, South Dakota, b. at Westfield, N.Y., after 1860; m. Feb. 9, 1887 Charles A. Neill. He was State Senator there. She was a writer and they had no children.
William, b. at Westfield, N.Y., and died there at the age of twelve years.
Myrtle, of Saginaw, Mich., b. at Westfield, N.Y.; m. Earnest Albert Patterson. She graduated from Overlin, Ohio, College of Music, and is superintendent of Musical Instruction in Saginaw, Mich. He is cashier and manager of Western Union Company there.
LUCRETIA BRIGHAM, his wife.
Son of Ebenezer & w. Martha Witt
James, of Putney, Vt., b. Marlborough, Mass., Sept. 8, 1795. In the Census of 1830 there was shown in his family a lady aged 40 to 50.
ELIZABETH P. WARD, his wife.
Son of Levi & w. Rebecca Millican
Mary W., b. Nov. 24, 1834; m. June 9, 1864 Gersham Swan, and had Charles Ward, b. July 26, 1866.
Charles B., b. Jan. 23, 1837; enlisted in 1861 for service in Civil War for term of three years with Mass. Volunteers. Died while on sick furlough, on Sept. 5, 1862.
William H., b. May 30, 1840; he resided in Illinois.
George D., b. July 17, 1843; he served three years with the army of the Potomac in Civil War. Married Josephine A. Buttars.
_______________, his wife.
Lineage not known
Bradford, who married in Greenwich, R.I., Nov. 4, 1849, Rosannah Maddison.
BRAINARD TIMOTHY HARRINGTON
ABBIE LUCRETIA TAFT, his wife.
Son of Timothy B. & w. Jenie Wilson
Mary Lucretia, b. 1858.
Harriet Elizabeth, b. 1860.
Thomas Henry, of Westminister, N.Y., b. there May 30, 1866; graduated from Columbia College of Mines in 1889.
BRIGHAM MOORE HARRINGTON
ELLEN CORKNAN, his wife.
Son of James Clayton & w. Mary Ann Blodgett
Ruth, b. in Lake Geneva, Wis., 1888; m. Frank Tye, and resided in Oak Park, Ill., in 1930. They had children: John, Robert, Ruth, Mary, Frank and Amy Ann.
Roy Francis, b. in West Chicago, Ill., about 1890; m. Mary, and resided in Dixon, Ill., in 1930. He served all through the World War.
Kathleen, b. in Aurora, Ill., about 1903; unmarried in 1930.
Emily, b. in Aurora, Ill., about 1905; unmarried in 1930.
MARY, his wife.
Lineage not determined
Brion Harrington was a laborer, which is all that is known of him to date. His wife's name is Mary.
Catherine, b. Roxbury, Mass., June 2, 1847.
_____________, his wife.
Son of p. John & w. Sarah Gardner
Reuben of Middletown, Vt., b. there Sept. 15, 1801.
Merian of Middletown, Vt., b. there, Nov. 26, 1803.
BYRON WHEATON HARRINGTON
EMMA E. HOOPER, his wife.
Son of Wheaton & w. Elizabeth Smith Aldrich
Alice, who died young.
Elizabeth Aldrich, who resided in Boston, Mass., in 1908.
IRENE KENYON, his wife.
Son of Thomas & w. Lena Van Norman
Dorothy, b. Greenwich, N.Y., 1920; resided there with parents in 1927.
SUSIE MERRILL, his wife.
Son of Stephen Peckham & w. Lydia Colvin
Lillie b. after 1853 and died young.
Fannie, b. after 1855.
Byron, b. after 1853.
BYRON D. HARRINGTON
FLORA SMITH, his wife.
Son of Warren & w. M. Harrington
Carroll, b. Warrensburg, N.Y., Nov. 14, 1888; killed in World War, Oct. 14, 1918.
Smith M., b. Warrensburg, N.Y., Mar. 21, 1889; m. Catharine Williams, b. in 1900. They resided in Albany, N.Y., in 1924, with no children.
Reta, b. Warrensburg, N.Y., June 2, 1900; and was there unmarried in 1924.
Lottie, b. Warrensburg, N.Y., Aug. 10, 1892; m. John O'Conner who was born Oct. 2, 1885. They had no children.
Marie, b. Warrensburg, N.Y., Oct. 28, 1906.