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Son of John A. & w. Lucinda Morse

Pri. Rcds. John A. Harrington, Cherry Plane, N.Y.


Ella, b. Cherry Plane, N.Y., after 1867; m. 1st Edward Walton; m. 2nd, Morton Curis. They resided in Chershire, Mass. in 1927 with several children.

Henry, b. Cherry Plane, N.Y., after 1867; m. there Augusta Ash.

AMERILLA CASE, 2nd wife.

Son of Mathew & w. Elizabeth Spry

Emma L. Harrington, Albion, Pa.

FAMILY (1st wife)

Milo, of Pa., b. after 1843; resided at Albion, P., in 1930.

Elizabeth of Warren, Pa., b. after 1844; m. Judge Hinkley of Warren, Pa., and they had no children. She taught music.

PHOEBE TANNER, his wife.

Son of Christopher & w. Lydia Tanner

Wm. Tanner Sr., of S. Kingdom, R.I. and Descendants by Geo. C. Tanner


Lafayette Washington, b. Feb. 14, 1835; m. Elsie Richards at Newport, N.Y., Mar. 22, 1865. She was born Apr. 11, 1835, and d. Dec. 1878. He married 2nd, at Grant, Ohio, Jan. 11, 1881, Nancy Florence Webber, b. Lucas, Richland Co., Ohio, May 17, 1856, She died Nov. 24, 1894.

Roxanna, b. Schuyler, N.Y., Dec. 14, 1834. She resided at Tiffin, Ohio unmarried.

Sylvania, b. Schuyler, N.Y., May 28, 1838. Died unmarried.

Abigail, b. Schuyler, N.Y., Mar. 21, 1840. Died 1852.

Darius, b. Schuyler, N.Y., May 8, 1842; m. Oct. 19, 1865, his first cousin, Julia A. Harrington, b. Nov. 30, 1848, dau. of Alonzo Harrington and Arvilla Tanner, his wife.

Phoebe, b. Schuyler, N.Y., June 1, 1844; d. Sept. 5, 1864.

Prosper, b. Norwick, Ohio, 1846; m. Mary Wolverton; resided Eden Prairie, Minn. No children.

Samuel Gibbon, b. Norwick, Ohio, May 12, 1852. Married Effie Mary Dean; res. Finley, Ohio.

Milton, b. Reed, Ohio, Sept. 10, 1854; d. Dec. 20, 1890 at Tiffin, Ohio.

_________, his wife.

Son of Ammi & w. Sarah Nutting

Genealogy of Cha. Norman Harrington


Norman Slade, b. Jan. 22, 1820; m. Eliza Jane Davenport.

IDA CLEMENTS, his wife.

Son of James Coulter & w. Elizabeth Fort

Oral by Mrs. Alice Beadle, Easton, N.Y.


Purcell, b. Easton, N.Y., about 1915 and resided there with his parents in 1927.

Earl, b. Easton, N.Y., about 1918, and resided there with his parents in 1927.

MARY TURNER, 2nd wife.

Son of Job & w. Elizabeth Harrington

Oral by Irwin J. Harrington, Warrensburg, N.Y.

FAMILY (1st wife)

Garthur, b. Warrensburg, N.Y., May 17, 1907; d. there May 18, 1907.

RILLA, his wife.

Son of Marzyvn & w. Julia Morse

MS. of Grant W. Harrington, Kansas City, Kan.


Morton Denny, p. b. LaCrosse, Wisc., after 1886.

Stewart, p. b. LaCrosse, Wisc., after 1886.

Wilbur, p. b. LaCrosse, Wisc., after 1886.

Helen, p. b. LaCrosse, Wisc., after 1886.

A daughter, p. b. LaCrosse, Wisc., June 30, 1904.


Son of Banjamin & w. Abigail Bigelow

Vit. Rcds, Weston, Mass.
Old Bible of Daniel Herbert Harrington, Orange, Mass.;
Fed. Census, 1790;
Vit. Rcds. Walpole, Mass;
Vit. Rcds., Westborough, Mass.


Isaac, b. Weston, Mass., Nov 19, 1722; d. there Aug. 10, 1727.

Moses, b. Weston, Mass., Aug. 31, 1724; marriage int. published there Feb. 3, 1749; m. Mar. 2, 1749, Mary Gregory, who owned covenant in church there May 6, 1750. His baptism record dated Sept. 6, 1724, says: "Born last week." He was ther at head of family in 1790.

Thankful, b. Weston, Mass., Feb. 28, 1729; m. there Aug. 25, 1750. John Guild of Walpole, Mass.

Susannah, b. Weston, Mass., Apr. 7, 1730; (Bible rcd. says Oct. 15, 1726); She prob. same who married in Westborough, Mass., Apr. 15, 1758, Abner Newton.

Tamar, b. Weston, Mass., Mar. 6, 1732; d. there Feb. 12, 1734-35.

Isaac, b. Weston, Mass., Sept. 7, 1734; d. there Nov. 16, 1737.

Stephen, b. Weston, Mass., Feb. 4, 1739-40, baptism record dated Feb. 10, 1739-40, says "Born last Monday"; 1st marriage int. published Apr. 16, 1769, and married there July 12, 1769, Sarah Hastings. 2nd marriage int. published, Mar. 11, 1798, and m. there June 27, 1798, Ruth Smith, widow, b. 1756, and d. Weston, Mass., June 30, 1843. He resided there at head of family in 1790.

Jason, b. Weston, Mass., Jan. 26, 1742; baptism rcd. dated Jan. 31, 1742 says: "Born last week"; marriage int. published, Mar. 29, 1760; m. there Apr. 17, 1760, Abigail Leadbetter (Priscilla Ledbeter), b. Mar. 11, 1740, dau. of Henry and w. Priscilla Leadbetter. She owned covenant at Weston Church, Oct. 5, 1760. She was of Newton, Mass. They moved to Orange, Mass., about 1780, and resided east from Tully Mountain, where she died Apr. 8, 1793. He married 2nd, Jan. 26, 1797, in Orange, Mass., Esther Reed of the same place, who was born 1742 and died May, 1832. Served Rev. War, Capt. Marion's Co., July 23, 1779 to Apr. 28, 1780.

Isaac, b. Weston, Mass., after 1743; was on list of men drafted or substituting for service in Rev. War, a 1/6th part of the militia of the town of Weston, Mass., Aug. 18, 1774. Prob. he settled in Addington, Mass. and died there in 1819.

AMANDA, his wife.

Lineage not determined.

Harrington Family in America, E. W. Harrington

Isaac R. Harrington of Buffalo, N.Y., d. there Aug. 21, 1851; m. Amanda, who was born 1791, and d. in Buffalo, Jan. 1, 1874. He was a student in Vermont Univ., in class of 1809, and was steamboat Capt. on Lake Champlain in 1824. He was a merchant in Buffalo and was mayor of city of Buffalo in 1841. He attended Central Presbyterian Church, and resided 11 Court St.


Charles, b. Buggalo, N.Y., 1813; d. there Apr. 10, 1866.

Donald U., b. 1820; d. in Buffalo, N.Y., Nov. 7, 1851.

Mirian, b. 1823; d. in Detroit, Mich., Nov. 6, 1843.

AMELIA, his wife.

Lineage not determined.

Pension Papers #8-41630

Isaac Harrington of Camden, Co., N.C., b. 1754; m. Amelia. He enlisted for service in Rev. War from North Carolina in 1779. He was a farmer and applied for a pension in 1832, then aged 69 years.


Miles, b. Camden, Co., N.C., 1819. He was alive in 1832 when his father applied for pension.

Willit, b. Camden Co., N.C., 1820. He was there with parents when his father appllied for pension in 1832.

Polly, b. Camden, Co., N.C. 1823.

Chloe, b. Camden Co., N.C., born about 1825.

Emma, b. Camden Co., N.C., born about 1827.

These children all mentioned when father applied for pension 1832.

ELIZ BECKER, his wife.

Lineage not determined.

Tomb Insc. Shodack, N.Y. by Harriet B. Warner


Jane Ann, b. Schodack, N.Y., Sept. 27, 1811; d. there Oct. 27, 1811.

MINNIE BROWN, his wife.

Son of Darius & w. Julia Harrington

Wm. Tanner and Descendants by Rev. Geo. C. Tanner, p. 268 & 351.


Florence of Oakfield, Genesse Co., N.Y., b. there Sept. 27, 1895.

LYDIA CARRIER, his wife.

Grandson of Ebenezer N. & w. Cloyes H.

Pri. Rcds. Sarah Gertrude Harrington, Jamestown, N.Y.


Noah Wheston, b. Funda, N.Y., Jan. 15, 1803; d. Jamestown, N.Y., Nov. 18, 1884; m. 1826, Keziah Dix, b. Wardsborough, Vt., May 5, 1805, and d. in Jamestown, N.Y., Sept. 10, 1882, dau. of Horatio and wife, Sally (Ballard) Dix. He was pioneer of Jamestown, N.Y., a tenor singer, and said to have been the first actor to tour the State of New York. He invented one of the first hand-operated sewing machines and also invented a flat iron.

MIRIAN EAGER, his wife.

Son of Daniel & w. Elizabeth Warren

Vit. Rcds. Grafton, Mass.
Descendants of John Winchester
N. E. Hist. and Eng. Reg., Vol. 78;
Grafton Hist. by Pierce;
D.A.R. Rolls; Soldiers and Sailors of Rev. War.


Lucy, b. Grafton, May 13, 1730; m. there Apr. 15, 1756 Joseph Winchester, b. about 1730 at Framington, Mass., and d. Brattlesboro, Vt., Dec. 29, 1903. She married 2nd, in Hopkintown, Mass., Jan. 7, 1766, Joseph Watkins, Jr.

Zipperah, b. Grafton, Mass., Feb. 20, 1731; m. there Feb. 20, 1747, Solomon Wheeler of Shrewsbury, Mass., b. 1750, son of Moses Wheeler.

Isaac, Capt., b. Grafton, Mass., Jan. 8, 1735; d. Shrewsbury, Mass., July 8, 1805; m. in Grafton, Mass., Aug. 25, 1757, Mrs. Hannah Whipple, b. 1736, and d. Shrewsbury, Mass., Jan. 25, 1804. He was in 6th Worcester County Regiment, Mass. Militia, and commanded Company of Minute Men at Lexington Alarm of Apr. 19, 1775. He was captain of 9th Shrewsbury County Reg., Worcester County, Reg., as shown on list dated Westborough, Mass., Apr. 15, 1776. Commission dated Dec. 3, 1778. He saw much service in Rev. War.

Miriam, b. Grafton, Mass., May 26, 1738; m. there Feb. 5, 1751, William Ayers, 3rd, prob. born Brookfield, Mass., where was dup. record.

Phoebe, b. Grafton, Mass., May 25, 1740; m. there Sept. 2, 1762, Samuel Whitney, Jr., Shrewsbury, Mass., where int. published.

Fortunatus, b. Grafton, Mass., Oct. 5, 1752; he resided at Paxton, Mass.

Sibbilla, b. Grafton, Mass., Oct. 5, 1747; m. there Sept. 25, 1769, Jonathan Newton, of Shrewsbury, Mass., where duplicate record was filed.

Moses, b. Grafton, Mass., Feb. 21, 1749; d. there Apr. 3, 1749.

Antipas, b. Grafton, Mass., Sept. 30, 1753; m. there July 14, 1774. Lovina Brigham of Shrewsbury, Mass. It was prob. he who came to Kirby, Vt., soon after settlement commenced in 1799. He came from either New Hampshire or Vermont. He has served in Rev. War from Vermont, in Capt. J. Boydson's Company which was sent on expedition to Bennington, Vt., in 1777; he was at Walpole, N.H. in 1790 (Fed. Census). He seemed to have had son, Antipas, jr., who had two children b. at Kirby, Vt., between 1831 and 1833.

POLLY FARRAR, his wife.

Son of Henry & w. Ruth Blodgett

Hist. of Lexington, Mass. by Hudson
Vit. Rcds. Woburn, Mass.
Vit. Rcds. Bellarica, Mass.


Isaac, b. Lexington, Mass., Mar. 7, 1799; he enlisted for service in war of 1812; went to Louisiana and never returned.

Betsy, b. Lexington, Mass., Nov. 22, 1800; m. at Burlington, Vt., May 4, 1823, Emery Garfield, both of Burlington, Record at Woburn, Mass. He died and she married 2nd, Benjamin Gleason.

Hiram, b. Lexington, Mass., May 23, 1802; m. Sarah Fiske. He seems to have married 2nd, Fanny, and settled in Bellarica, Mass., where births are shown.

Maria, b. Lexington, Mass., Sept. 9, 1803; m. Issiah Tay, of Burlington, Vt. They were married in Bellarica, Mass., Apr. 17, 1823, and record there names him Josiah Tay, Jr.

Zadock, b. Lexington, Mass., about 1806; m. Almira Morton. She died and he married 3rd, Hannah Russell. He resided at Bellarica, Mass. where two children were born to 4th wife, Martha.

Almira, b. after 1807; m. William Alurt, and moved to Vermont.

Daniel, b. after 1808; m. in Bellarica, Mass., Mary. He was a farmer and had at least one child born in Bellarica, Mass. (Note in handwriting: had 5 ch. see 1850 Census - Boston, Mass.)

Abel C., b. after 1800; m. in Bellarica, Mass., where they resided Oct. 24, 1827, Elizabeth M. Smith; m. 2nd, there Mar. 22, 1832, Mrs. Sarah H. Bailey.

Sally (Sarah), b. after 1810; m. at Bellarica, Mass., Dec. 8, 1829, Joseph Russell, (Hudson says married a Richardson, and moved to Andover, and their died).

Priscilla, b. after 1810; died young.

JEMIMA, his wife.

Son of Isaac & w. Sarah

Early Marriages, Conn. Hist, Sec. Coll;
French and Indian War Rcds.


Timothy, p. b. Dec. 27, 1717, in Voluntown or Norwick, Conn. Resided in Preston Griswold, Conn.; m. there prob. Sarah Greer, Aug. 29, 1744.

He served in French and Indian War enlisting Nov. 25, 1755 in Capt. Putnam's Company, and was in garrison at Ft. Edward on Dec. 5, 1755 in Col. Bagley's Reg. The company was organized from a body of colonists assembled at Albany, N.Y., They were from Mass., N.H., Conn., R.I., and N.Y. His discharge was on May 30, 1756.

Jemima, b. Voluntown, Conn., Dec. 29, 1715.

Sarah, b. Norwick, Conn., June 10, 1719.

Samuel, b. Norwick, Conn., Sept. 4, 1720. There were three Samuels who served in French and Indian War, 2nd Company of Lt. Col. Coit; 2nd Reg. of Col. Nathan Whiting for Campaign of 1758.

He enlisted again Mar. 19, 1762 and discharged Sept. 6, 1772 for campaign of Capt. Stanton and 1st Regiment of Major General Phineahas Lyman.

p. Levi, b. before 1738; m. Sept. 17, 1759, Mary Wilbur. He was in Douglas, Mass. at head of family at Fed. Census of 1790.

SARAH KNAPP, his wife.

Son of Wm. & w. Bethia Peters

American Ancestry, by Munsell, Vol. II, pp. 32-33;
Tomb Insc. South Farmington, N.Y.;
Geneal. Chart by C. B. Herendeen, Newark, N.Y.


Samuel Knappe, b. Broome County, N.Y., after 1785; m. Jane Hill. He died in state of Oregon.

Calvin, b. Broome County, N.Y., Mar. 18, 1798; d. Farmington, N.Y. Apr. 18, 1881; m. Martha Winslow, b. Jan. 24, 1801 and d. Farmington, N.Y., June 30, 1853, both buried South Farmington Cemetery. They resided in Village of Manchester.

Huldah, b. Manchester, Broome County, N.Y., Feb. 2, 1800; d. June 20, 1868; married Jan. 1823, Asel Halburt, of Cortland, N.Y., b. Nov. 28, 1796, and d. Oct. 18, 1847. They had children: Solomon, Jane, John, Ransom, Edgar, William, Fanny, and Huldah Harriet, who was born Nov. 23, 1826; died 1928; m. her 1st cousin, Alonzo Harrington, son of Calvin as above and wife, Martha Winslow.

Susannah, b. prob. Manchester, N.Y., Mar. 13, 1802; m. Thomas; resided in Tioga County, N.Y., where she died. Her line is thought to be extinct.

Thomas, b. Manchester, N.Y., Oct. 5, 1803; m. Hannah Holdenback of same place. They moved to Indiana where he was a practicing physician and where he died.

William, b. prob. Manchester, N.Y., July 16, 1810; m. Anna DeWolf. They settled at Hopewell, N.Y., where they had four daughters and where he died.

MARY A. FLINT, 2nd wife.

Son of Isaac & w. Rhode Smith

Vit Rcds. Grafton, Mass.; D.A.R. Rolls

FAMILY (2nd wife)

Maria, b. Grafton, Mass., Apr. 29, 1845.

Evalyn, b. Grafton, Mass., July 31, 1846; m. Payson S. Perry

Charlotte Maria, b. Grafton, Mass., Dec. 3, 1847.

LYDIA L. ____________, his wife.

Lineage not determined.

Vit. Rcds. Barre, Mass.

Isaac Harrington and wife, Lydia L., may have resided in England. Their names appear on the vital records of Barre, Mass., in 1649 as the parents of William.


William. b. 1620, prob. in England; married 2nd, in Barre, Mass., Oct. 23, 1649, Mary El Hale. He was widower.


Son of Moses & w. Mary Gregory

Vit. Rcds., Newton, Mass.


Isaac, b. Weston, Mass., Oct. 4, 1778.


Polly, b. prob. in Weston, Mass., after 1776. It may have been she who married in Northborough, Mass., Jan. 30, 1805, Zacheas Crosby.

Josiah, b. Weston, Mass., Mar. 13, 1785; p. married in Shrewsbury, Mass., Jan. 26, 1803, Mary Jennison Parker.

SARAH, his wife.

Son of Banjamin & w. Elizabeth White

Pri. Rcds. Mrs. F. W. Tillinghast
Pri. Rcds. Clark Willits, Harrington Austin's Vit. Rcds.


Isaac, Jr., b. Providence, R.I., 1690; m. Jemina of Killingsley, Conn. He moved with his father from Providence, R.I., to Norwich, Conn., and resided in Voluntown, Conn.; under will of his father proved in Norwick, Conn., Aug. 16, 1728, he received certain lands there on the death of his mother.

Solomon, b. Providence, R.I., 1692; he was made freeman there in 1723. He moved with his parents from Providence, R.I. to Norwick, Conn. and received certain lands there, being a remainder, under his father's will proved there Aug. 16, 1728.

John, b. Coventry, R.I., 1694, and moved with his parents from Coventry, R.I. to Norwick, R.I., where he received only 20 shillings under his father's will proved there Aug. 16, 1728, he having had his share. He is thought to have been the father of James who married Mary Dwinnell, grand-daughter of Dr. Michael Dwinnell, who fled from Paris, France upon the revocation of the Edict of Nantes, and settled in Topsfield, Mass., 1636. Mary Dwinnell was fourth from Thomas Harris of Plymouth Colony, in 1620.

James, b. Providence, R.I., after 1690; moved with his parents to Norwick, Conn., and prob. died before 1728 not being named in his father's will filed that year.

Patience, b. Providence, R.I., about 1696; m. Kingston, R.I., Samuel Whaley, a descendant of General Theopelus Whaley, a regicide. He died Coventry, R.I., 1782. She was second wife. She received 6 pounds under her father's will proved Norwick, Conn., Aug. 16, 1728. They had children: John, Anna, Sarah, Jeremiah, and Theophelus

Jemima, b. Providence, R.I., about 1698; m. in Preston, Conn., Apr. 22, 1719, Thos. Bennett, son of John and of John. They resided Scituate, R.I., where they had children: Thomas, b. Feb. 22, 1720; Daniel, twin, b. Feb. 2, 1722; Josiah, b. Feb. 2, 1722; Ishmael, and Nathan, named in deeds. She received a bequest of 6 pounds under her father's will in Norwick, Conn., Aug. 16, 1728.

Mary, b. Providence, R.I., about 1700; m. Bennett; she received 5 pounds under her father's will proved in Norwick, Conn., Aug. 16, 1728.

Prudence, b. Providence, R.I. or Norwick, Conn., about 1702; m. William Thompson. She received 5 pounds uner her father's will.

Sarah, b. Providence, R.I., or Norwick, Conn., about 1704; m. Bennett. She died before Aug. 16, 1728, leaving more than one child of whom the youngest dau., Eunice, received under her maternal grandfather's will 40 shillings to be paid when he (sic) became 18 years.

RHODA SMITH, his wife.

Son of Adam & w. Lucretia Bigelow

Vit. Rcds. Shrewsbury, Mass.
Hist. of Grafton, Mass. byt Pierce
Vit. Rcds. Worcester, Mass.


Samuel Smith, b. Shrewsbury, Mass., Apr. 25, 1810.

Eldridge Gerry, b. Shrewsbury, Mass., Jan. 3, 1812; m. in Grafton, Mass., Apr. 19, 1841, Susan H. Harrington, dau. of Martin and w. Lucinda (Temple) Harrington.

He married 2nd in Grafton, Mass., May 26, 1848, Candance Wheeler.

Isaac Sylvester, b. Shrewbury, Mass., Dec. 17, 1813; m. there Apr. 24, 1839, Maria R. Knowlton, b. 1816, and d. May 31, 1843. He married 2nd in Oakham, Mass., June 25, 1844; Mary Adeline Flint.

Nancy Eliza, b. Shrewsbury, Mass., Dec. 18, 1815; m. there Aug. 5, 1837, Daniel Harrington, son of Thomas, Jr., and wife, Relief (Mixer) Harrington.

Charlotte Lucretia, b. Shrewsbury, Mass., May 22, 1818; m. there May 12, 1836, William Bartlett.

Adam Lorenzo, Shrewsbury, Mass., m. Apr. 17, 1843, Mary A. Pratt, dau. of Elnathan Pratt, b. 1821, and d. Worcester, Mass., Aug. 25, 1847. He was b. Dec. 12, 1820.

Clarendon Augustus, b. Shrewsbury, Mass., May 8, 1822; d. there Aug. 13, 1831.

____________, 1st wife
ANNA STONE, 2nd wife.

Lineage not determined.

Pri. Rcds. Chas. B. Herendeen Newark, N.Y.;
Letter from W. B. Browne

Isaac Harrington of Norton, Mass., b. before 1759; m. and had children. He married 2nd, Anna Stone.

FAMILY (1st wife)

Isaac, b. Norton, Mass., Jan. 24, 1781.

Sally (Sarah), b. Norton, Mass., Jan. 22, 1783.

Rebecca (Becky), b. Norton, Mass., Aug. 30, 1785.

John, b. Norton, Mass., Apr. 5, 1788.

Lucy, b. Norton, Mass., Apr. 10, 1791.

Ashael, b. Norton, Mass., June 1, 1793.

FAMILY (2nd wife)

Parnach, twin, b. Norton, Mass., May 26, 1797.

Peddy, twin, b. Norton, Mass., May 26, 1797.

Sylvia, b. Norton, Mass., Nov. 25, 1799.

HANNAH T. TORREY, 1st wife
HANNAH S. BAKER, 2nd wife.

Son of Isaac & w. Susannah Allen

Vit. Rcds. Weymouth, Mass.

FAMILY (2nd wife)

Abbey Kelley, b. Weymouth, Mass., June 26, 1848.


Son of Peter & w. Lydia Loring

Esex Inst. Hist. Coll. Vol. 133 Mass. Hist. Sec. Proceedings;
New England Hist. and Gen. Reg., 1875.


George, b. Concord, Mass., Apr. 6, 1826; m. June 4, 1851, Martha Lewis, b. Aug. 4, 1841. He is prob. same who is Assistant Secretary of U.S. Treasury, arriving in London, Eng., Oct. 5, 1863, from Washington with important Government dispatches bearing on the Civil War. On being appointed Chief Clerk of U.S. Trasurey in Mar. 1851, he was congratulated by Fletcher Webster, collector for port of Boston, Mass., by letter dated Apr. 21, 1851.


Son of Isaac & w. Miriam Eager

D.A.R. Rolls;
Vit. Rcds. Grafton, Mass.;
Vit. Rcds., Shrewsbury, Mass.
Hist of Grafton, Mass.


Adam, b. Grafton, Mass., July 17, 1759; m. in Shrewsbury, Mass., Aug. 14 or May 29, 1781, Lucreita Bigelow.

He served in Rev. War as private in Capt. Manassah Swayer's Company, Col. Nicholas Dike's Regiment; also, served other enlistments. He died of small pox, Nov. 12, 1792, and his widow married Capt. Martin Newton.

Fortunatus, b. Shrewsbury, Mass., Apr. 22, 1764; died there Jan. 24, 1841; m. Anna Harrington of Grafton, Mass., b. 1767, and died in Shrewsbury, Mass., June 23, aged 63, 1832; she was dau. of Samuel and wife, Anna (Brigham) Harrington, and who had married before to Joel Fay.

He was Justice of Peac in Shrewsbury, Mass., and was a graduate of Brown University, and editor of Worcester Republican.

Jubal, b. Shrewsbury, Mass., Oct. 28, 1769; died in Boston, Mass., Oct. 20, 1802, unmarried.


Son of Luther & w. Achsah Viles

Vit. Rcds. Weston, Mass.


Anna Sophia, b. Weston, Mass., Apr. 26, 1840; m. Lucius Field of Clinton, Mass.

Isabella Frances, b. Weston, Mass., Aug. 24, 1842. Died unmarried.

Mary Palmer, b. Weston, Mass., Nov. 18, 1844; m. in Chico, California.

George Edward, b. Weston, Mass., Jan. 13, 1847. Went to Council Bluff, Iowa.

Abraham, b. Weston, Mass., Feb. 24, 1849; d. 1895.

SARAH ELIZABETH (handwritten addition: WILLETS), 1st wife

Son of Isaac & w. Sarah Knapp???

American Ancestry, Vol. 2, p. 32
Pri. Rcds. Jas. Harrington, Bellingham, Wash.

FAMILY (1st wife)

Clark Willits, b. Brooklyn, N.Y.,. Nov. 11, 1845; d. at Eureka Springs, Ark. Mar. 26, 1901; m. Dec. 5, 1885, Addie Almira Kimball, nee Bailey, b. Hill, N.H., Sept. 7, 1854, and d. St. Petersburg, Fla., Nov. 1, 1926. She was dau. of George C., and wife, Mary (Woods) Bailey.

He served in Civil War in 93rd N.Y. Volunteers for 3 years and 7 months. He was past Master and Justice of the Peace at Knob View, Mo., for two terms. She was descended from Woods, Healeys and Chamberlain, of Chelmsford, Mass.

He was a genealogist, but after his death the family had small pox and were required to burn his papers.

Frank, b. Poughkeepsie, N.Y., June 22, 1848; m. in Carroll County, Ark., Mar. 19, 1885, Tabitha Dora Jackson, b. there Mar. 4, 1864, and d. Bellingham, Wash., May 2, 1927.

He left his father's house at age of 13 and never after saw any of his people except his elder brother, Clark Willits.

Susan E., b. Brooklyn, N.Y., 1850; d. in New York City; m. Hitt, and had 4 children.

Isaac, b. Brooklyn, N.Y., after 1846; d. in Lee Mass., m. 1st ______ who died at Newark, N.Y., leaving two children, Frank and Justin. He married 2nd _______, and had several children born at Lee, Mass.

Minnie, b. Farmington, N.Y., 1861.

Alice, b. Farmington, N.Y., 1865; d. 1885.

Josephine, b. Farmington, N.Y., 1868.

Laura, b. Farmington, N.Y., 1870; d. 1880.

SARAH WOOD, his wife.

Son of Daniel & w. Polly Aylsworth

MS. of Grant W. Harrington, Kansas City, Kan.


Frank, b. New Lisbon, N.Y., after 1866.

Grant, b. New Lisbon, N.Y., after 1866.

Jennie, b. New Lisbon, N.Y., after 1866.

Stephen, b. New Lisbon, N.Y., after 1866.

Martin, b. New Lisbon, N.Y., after 1866.

____________, his wife.

Son of Isaac & w. Susannah Allen

Vit. Rcds. Abbington, Mass.
Vit. Rcds. Norton, Mass.
Vit. Rcds. Weymouth, Mass.


Isaac, b. before 1820; m. in Abbington, Mass., Oct. 24, 1841, Hannah M. Torrey of Norton, Mass. He prob. same who married 2nd in Weymouth, Mass., Apr. 26, 1846, Hannah S. Baker of Millborough, Mass.

__________, his wife.

Son of Benjamin & w. Hannah Clark

Land Rcds. Dutchess County, N.Y.
Pri. Rcds. C.B. Herendeen, Newark, N.Y.


p. Isaac, b. before 1826. He bought land in Dutchess County, N.Y. from Allen Blount et al, 1847.

p. Lyman, b. before 1795; m. at Stamford, Vt., July 7, 1816, Polly Smith, b. Sept. 17, 1796, and d. Sept. 22, 1839, dau. of Asa Smith who died about 1838 and was buried on his farm at Stamford, Vt., and grave not marked. He prob. same who married 2nd, in Stamford, Vt., May 30, 1840 Abigail Barber, of Adams, Mass.; he was in Adams, Mass. at census of 1840. He had brothers, Isaiah and Noah and came from Dutchess Co., N.Y.

Noah, b. p. 1790-1800, in Dutchess County, N.Y.

Isaiah, b. p. 1790-1800 in Dutchess County, N.Y. He resided in Adams, Mass. He married, and had children, and had children, of whom one was over 10, as shown by the census. He must have been same who married 2nd in Stamford, Vt., Mar. 29, 1819, Polly Cann, both being then of Berkshire, Mass., prob. Town of Adams.

p. Jacob, b. before 1770; served in 3rd Reg. Militia of Dutchess County, N.Y. and received land bounty.

_________, his wife.

p. Son of Isaac & w. Jemima

Conn. Hist. Soc. Vol VII, p. 254.
Hartford, Conn. Rev. War Rolls


Isaac, b. there before 1755. He received supplies from Town of Groton, Conn., before 1780 for support of his family, while, he, listed as married man, was in Rev. War service.

_________, 1st wife. (Newark, N.J.)
_________, 2nd wife (Lee, Mass.)

Son of Isaac & w. Sarah Elizabeth Willits


FAMILY (1st wife)

Justin, b. Newark, N.Y., after 1868.

Frank, b. Newark, N.Y., after 1868; resided Lee, Mass.

FAMILY (2nd wife)

Several born and reared at Lee, Mass.

________, his wife.

Lineage not determined.

Wm Tanner Descendants by Rev. Geo. C. Tanner, 1910


Francis, b. before 1804; married and had one daughter, Lydia.

____________, his wife.

Lineage not determined.

Vit. Rcds. Shirley, Mass.


Sarah Ann Trumbull, b. Shirley, Mass., Aug. 4, 1833.

______, his wife.

Lineage not determined.

Pension Application, No. R-4639
Fed. Census, 1790-1800

Isaac Harrington, b. Smithfield, R.I., 1733; applied for pension from Galen, Wayne County, N.Y., 1832, Application No. R-4639. He enlisted for service in Rev. War from Providence, R.I., when till residing with his father, at Smithfield. After war he moved to Adams, Mass., for 10 years. then to Old Hoosick, for 8 years, then to Burlington, N.Y. for 25 to 30 years, then to Junius, N.Y., then to Calen, N.Y. Was at Adams, 1790 and Burlington, 1800.


Isaac, b. p. near Adams, Mass., after 1789. He resided Groton, Tomkins County, N.Y., and was mentioned in his father's pension papers.

Shubal, b. p. near Adams, Mass., after 1789. He resided Groton, Tomkins County, N.Y. and was mentioned in his father's pension papers.

Caleb, b. p. near Adams, Mass., after 1789. He resided Calen, Wayne County, N.Y. and was mentioned in his father's pension papers filed in 1832.


Son of Solomon & w. Penelope

Arnold's Vit. Rcds. of Those Island; Pri. Rcds. Mrs. A. B. Johnson; Pri. Rcds. C.B. Herendeen, from W.B. Browns; Pri. Rcds. Mrs. Burton A. Crane, Erie, Pa.; Pri. Rcds. Bertha R. Ferris; Pri. Rcds. Jno. A. Harrington, Vergennes, Vt.


Alice, b. Gloucester, R.I., Apr. 16, 1767.

Cadace, b. p. in Gloucester, R.I. 1769; married (Henry Bawdish of Weybridge, Vt., as per Rcds., Mrs. A.B. Johnson). She was a genealogist who died in Newberry Library of Chicago, Ill.

Patience, b. after 1751, m. Tracy and resided Clarksburg, Mass.

Solomon, b. after 1750; and resided Clarksburg, Mass.

Daniel, b. May 4, 1772; d. Madison County, N.Y., Feb. 17, 1813; m. Rachel Brown. They resided Adams, Mass., then Madison County, N.Y.

Joshua, (Bennett) b. 1773; d. in Oneida, N.Y. and buried in Stockbridge Cemetery, Oct. 14, 1850; m. Lois Dowd, b. June 4, 1779, and died Oneida County, N.Y., Dec. 4, 1847. He was Capt. in War of 1812, and was wounded in Battle of Lundy Lane. He was large weighing 320 pounds.

He left will in which he mentioned his two sons, Nathaniel and Reuben.

Silas, b. Gloucester, R.I., Jan. 16, 1775; d. Weybridge, Vt., Feb. 25, 1850; m. in Mass., Jan. 25, 1802, Betsy Dickinson, b. Mass., Aug. 5, 1785, and d. Weybridge, Vt., June 16, 1854. They made land deed to his father and his brother, Joshua, signed as witness.

Seth, b. Gloucester, Mass., Mar. 19, 1765; d. Adams, Mass., Dec. 2, 1822; m. there Aug. 30, 1792, Patience Tracy, who was made guardian of his daughter, Nancy M., on Oct. 20, 1824. His estate was administered Apr. 12, 1824, same date of probation of his father's will in which he received bequest. He and Sister Cadace, signed as witnesses, alnd deed made by their father in 1807.

Gideon, b. Gloucester, R.I., Dec. 25, 1762; d. there July 18, 1774.

Elsie, of Adams, listed by John A. Harrington.


Son of Matthew & w. Elizabeth Spry

Mrs. Benton Crane, Erie, Pa. to C.B. Herendeen


Barney, prob. b. at Conneaut, Pa., July 27, 1840; d. prob. there Sept. 22, 1855. He resided at Erie, Pa.

Lucy, b. at Conneaut, Pa., Feb. 15, 1842; d. at Albion, Pa., Feb. 19,1902; m. there Sept. 5, 1866, Robert A. Barnes.

Chester, b. at Conneaut, Pa., Mar. 9, 1844, and d. prob. there Apr. 20, 1859.

Cassius, b. at Conneaut, Pa., Mar. 1, 1846; m. before 1880 to Lara Laughlin, and d. in 1926. No children.

Smith, A., b. at Conneaut, Pa., Apr. 2, 1848; d. prob. there May 7, 1926; m. at Springfield, Mar. 1872 to Mina Ferguson.

Elizabeth, b. at Conneaut, May 17, 1850; d. prob. there Dec. 1, 1926; m. Thomas Brown, and had: Ralph Jay, b. Oct. 30, 1876; and Milo Miles, b. Jan. 17, 1891.

Hattie, b. at Conneaut, June 2, 1852; d. prob. there Mar. 1, 1863.

George Jay, b. at Conneaut, Oct. 10, 1862; d. prob. there Mar. 26, 1924; m. at W. Sprongfield, Pa., Jan. 14, 1885 to Emma E. Law.

RHODA MANN, his wife.

Son of Wm. & w. Anna Hamon

Old Bible of Israel Harrington of wife Rhoda Mann, descended through their grandson, Wm. Henry Harrington; Hudson Falls Deed Rcds.; Tomb Insc. Easton Church

(Israel, b. June 14, 1754 d. Apr. 28, 1812. Rhoda, b. Nov. 19, 1759; d. Nov. 16, 1844)


Charles b. R.I., Jan. 1773; and died there Jan. 21, 1773, when his mother was aged only 14 years.

Charles, b. R.I., Apr. 19, 1775; d. in Easton, N.Y., July 23, 1865; m. Martha Whipple, b. Rhode Island, Feb. 20, 1777, and died Easton, N.Y., Feb. 26, 1846.

They moved from Rhode Island, to Easton, Apr. 16-20, 1797, when oldest son, John was aged 4 years. On Feb. 12, 1798 he received deed to land there from Abraham Inman, an same persons conveyed to him 111 acres there Apr. 30, 1807. (Land deed received from Abraham Inman and uncle, Richard Harrington). He had a son, Abraham I., prob. named after Abraham Inman. Land deeds made about 1827-29 seemed to be in settlement of estate of Charles' grandfather William of wife, Ann Hamon. An uncle, William had grandson who repaired bicycles in Pittsfield, Mass.

On Apr. 13, 1807 he received land from Ricahrd in Washington County, N.Y.; he also bought land from him on the 30th day of April of the same year and on Apr. 26, 1829, he received land from John in Washington County, N.Y, and again on Mar. 9, 1830; on Oct. 24, 1837, he sold land to Henry Birch on east bank of the Hudson River. He was a witness to a deed in which his son, Abraham I. Harrington, conveyed to Anna McKinley, lands in Easton, N.Y.

James, b. Rhode Island, Nov. 26, 1779.

Polly, b. June 14, 1777. (Copied by Alice Beadle from Old Bible of Israel Harrington and wife, Rhoda Mann, which descendants through his grandson, Michael Harrington, and was in possession of his great grandson, William, Henry Harrington, at Easton, N.Y.)


Son of Job & w. Rachel Thomas

Pri. Rcds. Mrs. Elizabeth March, Warrensburg, N.Y.; Probate Court Rcds., Hudson Falls, N.Y.


Fred, b. Warrensburg, N.Y., 1864; never married.

Jennie, b. Warrensbury, N.Y., Dec. 2, 1868; d. there Mar. 5, 1880.

Jerome, b. Warrensburg, N.Y., May 31, 1872; d. there Dec. 28, 1894, and his estate was administered with a will.

Edna, b. 1882, never married and resided with her brother, Fred, in Bennington, Vt., in 1930.


Son of Joseph & w. Mary Shippe

Genealogical Chart by C.B. Herendeen, Newark, N.Y.; Pri. Rcds. Mrs. Burton Crane, Erie, Pa.


Lucretia, b. Smithfield, R.I., May 5, 1777; d. (likely m.) in Michigan, M. Nathaniel Harrington, son of William and wife, Berthia (Peters) Harrington. They resided in Manchester, N.Y., and moved to Sand Stone, Mich.

Israel, Jr., b. Danby, Vt., Oct. 16, 1779; d. in Ohio; m. in Danby, May 19, 1799, Miriam Burton. They moved from Danby, Vt. to Sandusky, Ohio.

Mary, b. Smithfield, R.I., Aug. 31, 1762 (sic); d. in Michigan; m. Thomas Harrington of Danby, Vt., son of (Bear Tom) Harrington, and grandson of Senator Thomas Harrington. They resided Manchester, N.Y. and moved to Michigan.

Matthew, b. Danby, Vt., Apr. 17, 1782; d. Conneaut, Pa., Apr. 1, 1864. m. 1st Elizabeth Spry, b. near Chesapeake Bay, Nov. 20, 1786, and d. Apr. 16, 1845. He married 2nd Mrs. Ruth (Crane) Pomeroy, daughter of Elihu Crane.

Mercy, b. (Clark Willits Harrington believed that she belonged to this family)