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ALMIRA, his wife.

Lineage not determined.

C.B. Herendeen, letter from W. B. Browne


William of p. Adams, Mass., b. p. there 1837.

Mary, b. p. Adams, Mass., 1839.

Jane, b. p. Adams, Mass., 1841.

Franklin, b. p. Adams, Mass., 1844.

Betsy, b. p. Adams, Mass., 1847.

SARAH COTTON, his wife.

Son of Anson & w. __________ of Otis, Mass.

Oral by Chas. Thadeus Harrington 1928


Charles (Thadeus) of Otis, Mass., b. there July 28, 1861; m. Minnie Cotton, his third cousin, and they had: Edwin and Carl G. He resided at Otis, Mass., at the top of Mountain in 1928.

Frederick of Windfall, Vt., b. there July 14, 1867; m. Maggie Maybuh of Rheinbeck, N.Y.


Son of Richard & w. Abigail Hammond

Vit. Rcds. of Shirley, Mass.
Hist. of Shirley, Mass. by Chandler; Vit. Rcds. of Groton, Mass. and of Lunenburg, Mass.; New Eng. Hist. and Gen. Reg. Vol. 70
Soldiers and Sailors of Rev. War

See additional information on this family provided by Bob Bowers of Lexington, Mass.


Abigail, twin, b. Shirley, Mass., Sept. 10, 1760; d. m. in Shirley, Mass., Sept. 6, 1782, Levi Farnsworth of Lunenburg, Mass.

Ammi, twin, b. Shirley, Mass., Sept. 10, 1760 or at Lunenburg, Oct. 28, 1758; m. at Groton, Mass., Apr. 17, 1785, Sarah Nutting. He seems to have married 2nd, in Petersham, Mass., May 10, 1788, Palma McClaling. At the time of the First Federal Census, 1790, he was at head of family consisting of 1 man, 1 boy, and 3 girls, in Peperell, Mass.

He, with Lieut. Brooks, visited James Parker's house May 12, 1795 as per Parker's diary. He prob. served as private in Rev. War in 3rd Co. of Col. Thomas Marshall's Reg. from Mar. 11, 1777 to Dec. 31, 1779. He also served other enlistments. Ammi is on lists of men mustered into service for Revolution, 1778.

Ruhamah, b. Shirley, Mass., Sept. 5, 1762; m. Paul Willard Hazen.

Vashti, b. Shirley, Mass., Jan. 28, 1767.

ALMIRA GORE, 3rd wife.

Son of James & w. Hannah

Vit. Rcds. Adams, Mass.
Probate Rcds. Adams, Mass.
Fed. Census, 1810-1840; C.B. H. from W.B. Browne; H.L. Harrington, N. Adams, Mass. Mrs. W. L. Hagen; Stanford, Vt.
Vit. Rcds.; Probate Ct. Rcds. Berkshire Co., Mass.

FAMILY (1st wife)

Frank, b. p. Adams, Mass., before 1810.

Gibson, b. p. Adams, Mass., before 1810.

Horace, b. Adams, Mass., before 1814. Married Lucinda (Susannah) Burrington, b. p. 1814. They had Francis R., and p. Robert and Alexander. At the census of 1840 they p. had 2 boys under 5 years old. In 1850 there were 3 boys.

Jerome of Adams, Mass., b. p. there 1818; m. p. there 1839 1st in Stamford, Vt., May 5, Sarah Ann Bullard of Adams, Mass., b. 1818. Married 2nd in Stamford, Vt., Feb. 22, 1843, Olive Clark of Adams, Mass., b. 1815. He and Olive raised family in Adams 1844-1846. They had: Lydia and Francis.

Alpheus of Adams, Mass., b. p. there 1822 (1824); d. there Jan. 20, (or 22) 1866, married Nancy, and they raised family there, 1848. They resided in Adams, Mass., in 1854 as shown by land deeds. His estate was administered Apr. 3, 1866.

LYDIA PORTER, his wife.

Son of Robert & w. Abigail Mason

Vit. Rcds. Woburn, Mass.; Soldiers and Sailors of Revolution; Harrington Family in America by E. W. H.
Deaths in Boston and Vicinity
New Eng. Hist. & Gen. Reg. Vol 78
Vit. Rcds. Concord, Mass.; W. B. Browne to C.B.H.


Thadeus, b. Jan. 3, 1765; d. young.

Fanny, b. June 20, 1769; d. young.

Arathusa, b. bapt. Oct. 20, 1771; m. Feb. 25, 1792, George Whitehead.

Fanny (Robert?), b. bapt. May 28, 1775; died in Boston (or Cambridge) Mass., Oct. 1811; m. in Boston, Aug. 31, 1800, Elizabeth Runnuff.

Asa, bapt. May 4, 1777. He went to New York.

Lewis of Lexington, Mass., bapt. May 30, 1779; d. in Lexington, Mass., Sept. 4, 1829; m. in Concord, Mass., Jan. 18, 1807, int. filed, Aug. 31, 1806, Sarah Dudley of Concord.

Lydia of Westminister, Vt., b. Mar. 11, 1781; m. there Dec. 28, 1800, Seth Reed, widower of her sister, Fanny, deceased.

Andrew, b. Boston, Mass., aged 44 years; b. before 1788; m. there Oct. 17, 1809, int. publ. Sept. 28, 1809, Fanny Runnuff of Boston.


Son of James & w. Charity Patterson

Pri. Rcds. Miss Caroline Blodgett Harrington, Geneva, Ill.


Edward, b. Geneva, Ill., about 1864; died of tuberculosis, unmarried.

William, b. there a. 1866; d. there a. 1905; m. Nancy Emery.

Neddie, b. there and died young.


Son of Leonard Elsworth & w. Lois Russell

Letter Mrs. Lois Russell Harrington to Andrew L. Harrington to Grant W. Harrington


Lois, b. American Forks, Utah, Oct. 7, 1864.

Martha, b. same, Sept. 11, 1866.

Amanda, b. Hills Ferry, Mercedes Co., Calif., Sept. 14, 1870.

Leonard Steven, b. Grangerville, Telore Co., Calif., Dec. 9, 1872; d. there Nov. 8, 1874.

Zina, b. Grangerville, Calif., Jan. 31, 1875.

Olive, b. Olimpia, Thurston Co., Washington, July 7, 1879.


Son of William & w. Hannah Ormsby

Oral statement by Samuel Theop Harrington; Oral enquiry at Chipenhoke, Vt.


Wallace, b. Horicon, Warren Co., N.Y., a. 1852; died 1856.

Emma, b. same, a. 1854; d. 1857.

Hattie, b. same, Dec. 1855; d. at Bolton, N.Y., Dec. 1926; m. Alfred Duell, b. Horicon, N.Y., 1856. They had Nahum, Byron, Martha and Lester.

Samuel Theophelus, b. same, Oct. 23, 1859; m. Isabelle Bidwell, b. Warrensburg, N.Y., Sept. 14, 1866. He is cousin of Nora Hays of Warrensburg, N.Y.

Lillie, b. same, 1864; d. Chester, N.Y., June 1927; m. Jack Morehouse of Bolton, b. there a. 1874. They had one child, Roy Morehouse, b. Chester, N.Y., 1903.

Clara, b. Horicon, N.Y., 1867; m. William Fuller of Boulton, b. there 1864. They had Ruth, b. 1887 and d. 1922.

Ruth, b. Horicon, N.Y., 1870; m. Orlin Pratt of Warrensburg, b. there 1866. They had eight children including Clara and Nancy.

Emerson, b. same, 1877; m. Bessie Boyd of Bolton. He died 1915.

BETSY BUCK, his wife.

Son of James & w. Mary Dwinell

Town Clerk Rcds. Clarendon, Vt.
Arnold's Vit. Rcds. of R.I.
Tomb Insc. Clarendon, Vt.


James of the administrator of his father's estate, b. and d.

William of Chipenhoke, Clarendon, Vt., b. at Clarendon, Vt., p. a. 1813 (handwritten entry: 1798, 1850 census gives a. 56(sic)), d. there in Chipenhoke Village, Clarendon, about 1856 or a. 1873; m. Hannah Ormsby of Sodom, Vt., who was born 1797 and d. at Clarendon, Feb. 28, 1862. They had children, all born in Soldon, Vt., he married twice, and reared family of five.

He was a shoemaker and traveled around the neighborhood mending shoes. He resided at Sodom, near Chipenhoke Cemetery. 10 other children (according to "Vermont Gazeteer" by Hemenway, quoted under James, son of James and Mary Dwinell. Judah, Samuel and another daughter who m. Joseph Smith, migrated to Waterford, Mich.

HENRIETTA N. COX, his wife.

Son of Jacob & w. Betsy Fyfe

Thomaston, Me. Hist. by Eaton


Theron W., b. about 1830; d. of Cholrea in Bankok, Siam, Mar. 10, 1863.

Harriet H., b. Aug. 19, 1833.

Elizabeth C., b. June 20, 1836. Remained in Damariscotta, Maine.

Helen, b. Apr. 2, 1841; d. July 15, 1842.

RUTH SMITH, his wife.

Son of Gordon Melvin & w. Betty Combs

Pri. Rcds. Elizabeth March, Warrensburg, N.Y.


Jamon, b. 1921; d. 1923.

_______, a son, b. 1924.

AGNES, his wife.

Lineage not determined.

Vit. Rcds. Newbury, Port, Mass.


John Paul, twin, b. Newbury Port, Mass., Jan. 6, 1845.

Sarah Ann, twin, b. Newbury Port, Mass., Jan. 6, 1845.


Son of Timothy & w. Anna Harrington

Vit. Rcds. Lancaster, Mass.
Case Line, Abridged, American Genealogy; Boston Transcript, Files of Mrs. John B. Moyer; Everett, Washington; American Ancestry by Mussels, Vol. 9, p. 99


Anna (Nancy) b. Heath (or Lancaster, Mass.), Apr. 19, 1780; m. in 1800 John Case, who was born in 1775, and d. 1801. She was bapt. Apr. 23, 1780 and joined church same date.

Timothy Ballard, b. Sudbury, Mass., (or Lancaster) May 29, 1783; d. at Heath, Mass., Apr. 4, 1847; m. in Heath, Mass., Jan. 4, 1813; Jane Mills Wilson of Shelburne, Mass., who d. Apr. 16, 1843. She was dau. of James Wilson, a Rev. War patriot.

Thomas of Rowe, Mass., b. Heath (or Lancaster) Mass., May 20, 1783 (prob. 1785); was bapt. June 19, 1785; m. 1st in Heath, Mass., Apr. 10, 1816, Almira Chapin, and m. 2nd, int. filed Apr. 9, 1830, Deborah H. White.

Eusebia, b. Heath, Mass., Feb. 5, 1789; m. in Heath, Mass., Dec. 25, 1816, Orson White.

Casius, b. Heath, Mass., Oct. 16, 1792; m. in Heath, Mass., int. filed Sept. 30, 1824, Mary (Polly) Hall.

Rebecca, b. Heath, Mass., Dec. 30, 1794; d. Mar. 30, 1814.

Henrietta, b. p. married in Heath, Mass., Nov. 4, 1818, Henry C. Miller

Milton, b. Heath, Mass., Apr. 19, 1799; d. July 3, 1799.

Louisa, b. Heath, Mass., Sept. 29, 1800; m. in Heath, Mass., Sept. 26, 1820, Stephen Thompson, Jr.

LYDIA BREHANT, his wife.

Son of Thomas & w. Mary Gardiner

Mead P. Harrington, Trinidad 68 Coffee St., San Fernando


Thomas, b. Nova Scotia, Feb. 15, 1789.

Joseph, b. July 2, 1793.

Ladowick, b. Aug. 5, 1795; m. and died Dec. 5, 1854.


Simeon, b. 1801; m. 1826 Amy Minard, b. 1881.

William, b. Apr. 28, 1791.

Lucy, b. 1801; m. John MacPherson

Olive, m. Patrick Holland who was lost at sea.

HELEN Z. CORZER, his wife.

Son of Richard & w. Minnie M. Gaylord

C.B. Herendeen MS.


Thomas G., b. May 9, 1922.

Mary L, b. Apr. 7, 1924.

Grace K., b. Dec. 19, 1926.


Son of Eugene C. & w. Frances Benedict

Pri. Rcds. Rachel C. Wilkins
Oral by Eugene C. Harrington


Beverly Jean, b. Pittstown, N.Y. Apr. 1, 1928.

MARY DORIS, his wife.

Son of Mishael & w. Dianna Springer

Oral by Clarence Harrington


Alfred, b. Greenwich, N.Y., Nov. 18, 1872. He joined the U.S. Regular Army, and was never heard from.

Mabel, b. Greenwich, N.Y., May 23, 1875. She resides in Boston, 1927, unmarried.

MARY EDDY, his wife.

Son of Nathan & w. Huldah Dillingham

C.B. Herendeen, MS.


Almeda, b. p. Farmington, N.Y., Mar. 3, 1807; d. there young.

Nathan, b. p. Farmington, N.Y., Feb. 10, 1809.

Davis, b. p. Farmington, N.Y., Mar. 15, 1811.

Almeda, b. p. Farmington, N.Y., Apr. 16, 1813.

Sarah, b. p. Farmington, N.Y., May 18, 1815.

Susannah, b. p. Farmington, N.Y., July 28, 1817.

Edward, b. p. Farmington, N.Y., Dec. 26, 1819.

Mary, b. p. Farmington, N.Y., Mar. 17, 1821.

Welcome, b. p. Farmington, N.Y., Apr. 18, 1823; p. d. Hanover, Ohio, (or Chicago), Nov. 2, 1906, and was buried at Graceland.

Thomas, b. p. Farmington, N.Y., Sept. 19, 1825.

James, b. p. Farmington, N.Y., Oct. 1, 1827.

Mary, b. p. Farmington, N.Y., Jan. 12, 1829.

Emily G., twin, b. p. Farmington, N.Y., 1833.

Edwin G., twin, b. p. Farmington, N.Y., 1833.

ELLEN, his wife.

Son of Milton Farmer & w. Martha Gore

Bolton-Vernon, Vit. Rcds.


Jeremiah, b. Bolton, Conn., Nov. 20, 1848.

SARAH W. ELLIOTT, his wife.

p. Son of Antipas & w. Mary Russell

Vit. Rcds. Millbury, Mass.


Edward Russell, b. Millbury, Mass., Mar. 11, 1841.

EMILY FARRAR, his wife.

Son of Elisha & w. Elizabeth Gates

Land Rcds. Warren County, N.Y.
Pri. Rcds. Mrs. Elizabeth March, Warrensburg, N.Y.; Tomb Insc., Warrensburg, N.Y.


Florence, b. 1849; m. George Hill, and had 2 children: Lillian and Marshall, b. 1872 and d. young.

Lercy (Leroy), b. Oct. 24, 1858; m. in Pennsylvania, Belle Greensleed, who was born Feb. 21, 1860.

Ida, b. Sept. 17, 1865; d. Aug. 24, 1895; m. Hodges H. Hill, and had 3 children: Myrtle, b. 1886, and residing in Albany, N.Y., 1925; Leon Carroll, b. July 4, 1885, and d. Dec. 4, 1885; Mark, b. Nov. 2, 1881, and d. Jan. 2, 1882.

Arthur, b. 1869; m. an optician in Albany, N.Y. They had 2 sons.

Hartwell, b. m. Viola Hewit, and had 2 sons.

Ebin, m. They had 1 son and 1 dau., both dead. He went insane after a spell of influenza and died.

Hattie, b. George Hill, and the husband of her deceased sister, Florence. They had one son, Scott, who is married and has large family.

Nettie, b. d. 1914; m. Earnest Corey and had several children. They resided in Schenectady, N.Y.

Annie, m. Fisher. They had no children.

MARY GARDINER, his wife.

Son of Ebenezer & w. Rebecca Spencer

Mead P. Harrington, San Fernando, Trinidad


Thomas, b. Nova Scotia, Can., 1770; died in Liverpool, England, 1840; m. 1788 Lydia Brehant, dau. Thomas Brehant and wife, Rachel Kinney, who was dau. of Elisha Kinney, and w. Jane Thomas, resided near Fish Point, Queens Co., N.S. With James McLeod he was pressed on board HMS Man of War, Unity, Capt. Bresford. Afterward he settled in Liverpool, Eng. where he maried and worked as carpenter. He was a hard drinking man.

ELLA GOFF, his wife.

Son of Ebenezer & w. Rebecca Spencer (dupl??)

Mead P. Harrington, San Fernando, Trinidad


Thomas, Jr., b. Pittsfield, Mass., about 1915.

_____, a daughter.

_____, a daughter.

HANNAH, his wife.

Son of Benjamin & w. Elizabeth White

C.B. Herendeen, MS.


Aaron, of Smithfield, R.I., b. 1731; d. at Douglas, Mass., 1770; m. and they had Jane Elizabeth and Thomas.

HANNAH, his wife.

Lineage not determined.

Mrs. L.C. Bulkley, 1044 Rutherford Ave., Shreveport, La.


Thomas Harrington, b. before 1714; m. in Prince Frederick's Parish, S.C. in 1735, Hannah.

Thomas was one of three Harrington men (Thomas, Whitnel of wife, Jane Shaw, and Charles of wife Agnes Hill) whose marriages were recorded in the early part of the 18th century (1735-1747) in the same locality on both sides of the State line between North Carolina and South Carolina. In Fayetteville Dist., N.C. and in Prince Frederick's Parish, S.C. The name Whitnel occurs in at least two generations of the Harringtons of that region. It seems probably that htese three Harrington men were brothers and that their mother was a Whitnel. There was a Thomas Whitnel, Esq. (1688-1734) who married Elizabeth Hunter Bryan (1694-1753) who had moved to Bertie Co., N.C. from Surry Co., Va. along with her parents in 1713. It is thought that this Thomas Whitnel may have had a sister who married ______ Harrington, the father of the three Harrington men whose marriage records are listed. (Father)

Mary, b. 1736.

Sarah Whitmel, b. 1738.

Thomas Whitmel, b. 1731.

Hannah, b. 1745.


Son of Elisha & w. Susannah Rutenburg

Tomb Insc. Rachel C. Wilkins
Hist. of Danby, Vt.; Arnold's Vit. Rcds. of R.I.; Colonial Rcds. of R.I. by Mrs. Hagen
Vit. Rcds. Rutland, Vt.; Early Marriages in Gloucester, R.I.
Pri. Rcds. C.B. Herendeen


Freelove Susannah, b. Danby, Vt., b. at Gloucester, R.I., July 15, 1754; m. Dec. 26, 1782 Morey Herendeen.

Elisha of Danby, and Mt. Tabor, Vt., b. Gloucester, R.I., Aug. 21, 1757; d. Aug. 29, 1841; m. 1st Lovica Rose and they separated; m. 2nd Mary Bromley, who died Aug. 18, 1832, aged 70, dau. of Senator Wm. Bromley of Nine Pointers, N.Y.; m. 3rd (or 1st) Rebecca Hill of Wallingford, Vt., and they had one son, Welcome.

He was in R.I. in 1777. He is shown as head of family of a man, 1 girl at Danby, Vt., at the Fed. Census of 1790. He died interstate (Oct. 1842) according to Probate Court Rcds., and the property went to Welcome R. Harrington, only heir.

Thomas of Gloucester, R.I., and Danby, Vt., b. at Gloucester, R.I., Oct. 3, 1759; p. died in Michigan; p. married Mary Harrington, dau. of Israel and Mehitable (Shippe) Harrington. She was born in Smithfield, R.I., Aug. 31, 1762. Thomas and Mary came to Manchester, N.Y., before 1798 with Israel and Nathaniel Harrington (Mary's father and the husband of her sister, Lucretia); all three lived in same house. Later he moved to Michigan.

He may have served in Rev. War from R.I. He was in R.I. p. in 1777 and 1772. He p. was witness of deed for land in Rutland Co., made by John Gage to Elisha Harrington, Sr., of Danby, Vt., Apr. 12, 1782. At the first Fed. Census he was p. in Danby, Vt. at head of family of 1 man, 2 boys, and 4 girls.

Sampson of Danby, Otter Creek, and Alburg, Vt., b. in Gloucester, R.I., Mar. 16, 1759; m. Polly (or Cilvina) Bellows (Ballow, Ballou), b. Apr. 1766; p. in R.I. (or Bennington, Vt.) She was dau. of Amariah, of Nathaniel of James of Maturin, of Nathaniel. She was sister of Sylvina (or Mary, Polly) who married Oliver Harrington, who Mrs. Beckwith says, was Sampson's brother. They all resided at Otter Creek, Vt.

He possibly moved to Canada and there raised large family. However, the First Federal Census in 1790, showed him at Danby, Vt., at head of family of 1 man, 1 boy, and 3 girls. In 1800 he first appears as Freeman in Danby.

He and Morey Harrington are on list of Sir J. Johnson's Brigade of Toronto Volunteers in Rev. War, on side of England, according to Mrs. Collin F. Campbell Aberdeen S. Dake.

He served in Rev. War, enlisting at his home town of Gloucester, R.I. In 1775. He was discharged at White Hall, N.Y., and moved to Danby, where his father lived. He applied for a pension in 1836 then aged 76. His pension rcd. was being inquired about in 1925 by Mrs. Jane James, Box 394, Roundup, Mont. She mentions names of Thomas, born in R.I., 1780, Sampson, George C., grandson of Sampson and Jerome, great grand-son.

Lot of Gloucester, R.I., Danby, Vt., and Canada, b. p. Gloucester, R.I. 1761, died 1848; m. in Chenango County, N.Y., between 1799 and 1801 Sylvia Sage, who was born in New South Berlin, N.Y. in 1779, and was dau. of Daniel and Sybil (Jewett) Sage. They had large family of children (7, 8, or 9). At birth of child Betsy the mother died and the children were taken to the mother's sister, Mrs. Faith (Sage) Shaw.

He settled in Danby, Vt., in 1780, and first appeared as Freeman there in 1800. He later moved from Danby and settle in Ontario Providence, Canada. His two youngest children, James and Betsy, were born in Montreal, where his wife died.

He is ancestor of Hon. Mark Walrod Harrington, of the U.S. Weather Bureau, and his brother, Rev. W.S. Harrington, D.D. president elder in 1899 of M.E. Church at Seattle, Wash.

At first Fed. Census, 1790, a Lot was head of family of 1 man, and 1 girl at Danby, Vt.

Faithful, d. at Danby, Vt., 1850; m. William Bromley, Jr., brother of Mary Bromley, who Elisha married. He was a Rev. War Soldier. He died in Danby, Vt., 1848.

BETSY HINMAN, his wife.

Son of Joshua & w. Thankful Harrington

Harrington Family in America by E. W. H.


Alice, b. at Greene, N.Y., d. there 1871.

Anice, b. Greene, N.Y., May 7, 1851; resided in Oklahoma in 1907.

Lida, b. Greene, N.Y., July 30, 1853; resided in Binghamton, N.Y. in 1907.

Jane, b. Greene, N.Y., Sept. 10, 1855; resided there in 1907.

Edward, b. Greene, N.Y., Aug. 19, 1860; d. in Oklahoma, June 1, 1906.


Son of John & w. Mary Whitney

Vit. Rcds. Boston, Mass.; Vit Rcds. Auborn, Mass.; Eleazer Flagg Descendants by Flagg


William, (handwritten note: a. 42 in 1850 census) b. Westborough, Mass., Jan. 30, 1799; d. Aug. 6, 1831; may be same William who married in Weymouth, Mass., Jan. 30, 1830, Catherine G. Pool and had Hester, b. 1833.

David B., b. Westborough, Mass., Feb. 9, 1801; prob. died in Auburn, Mass., Nov. 3, 1841; m. in Westborough, Mass., Mar. 30, 1826, Lucy G. Newton, b. 1805 and d. in Sutton, Mass. (Dup. Rcds. says in Millbury, R.I.) Aug. 21, 1829. He married 2nd in Millbury, R.I. Jan. 4, 1830, Amy S. Newton.

He was partner with his brother, Stephen, in building business.

Stephen, b. Westborough, Mass., Dec. 14, 1806; d. in Worcester, Mass., Apr. 13, 1888; m. 1st in Grafton, Mass., Apr. 16, 1831, Melinda Augusta Bryant, of Westborough, Mass., who died 1841. They had 2 sons and 1 daughter. He married 2nd in Grafton, Mass., May 10, 1842, (Int. to marry recorded in Millbury, Mass., Apr. 17, 1842) Sarah Bachellor Holbrook, who was born in Grafton, Aug. 20, 1809, and d. in Worcester, Mass., Nov. 26, 1877. By his 2nd wife, Sarah B., he also had children.

He moved to Grafton in 1831 to Millbury in 1833, and to Worcester in 1849. He was a stone mason and builder during the summer and a school teacher in winter.

Nancy, b. Westborough, Mass., Dec. 14, 1813; m. in Westborough, Mass., Feb. 5, 1825, Francis Bliss of Sterling, Mass.

JUDITH JONES, his wife.

Son of William & w. Esther

Census of 1774, copied by Mrs. W.L. Hagen; Pri. Rcds. of Edward Herendeen of w. Harriet Cadworth, 1795-1870, per C.B. Herendeen; Narragansett Historical Register, Vol. 4; A.B. Bobbett for C.B. Herendeen
Monument on site of Friends' old meeting house.


Moses of Smithfield, R.I., b. before 1746. At census of 1774 he was in Smithfield, R.I. with family of 6.

In his father's will, filed at Smithfield, 1767, he was named as guardian of his minor sisters and brothers: Nathan, Obediah, Caleb, and Dinah.

Obediah of Smithfield, R.I., b. about 1740. Married and they had: Abraham and probably James and Rosanna. At census of 1774 he was in Smithfield with family of 7. He prob. moved to Adams, Mass., and had son, Draham.

He was named in his father's will, filed at Smithfield, R.I., 1767. He was minor when will was written and brother, Moses, was named as guardian.

Nathan, b. Cumberland, Providence Co., N.Y., 1741; d. at Farmington, N.Y., Sept. 17, 1807 (1809) m. at Smithfield, R.I., Apr. 30, 1764, Huldah Dillingham, who was born Mar. 9, 1740 and was dau. of Elisah and Huldah (Wilkinson) Billingham. They had children (8 or 9). She died at Adams, Mass., 1779. He married 2nd in 1785 or 1786, Sarah (Davis) Pierce, who died at Adams in 1822, and was widow of Capt. Nathan Pierce, descendant of Capt. Michael Pierce who served in King Philips's War and was killed at Battle of Rehobeth, Mass.

His father, Thomas, died May 6, 1753 (1752) and his mother, Jude (Jones), refused to administer the estate, so the Town Council appointed Judge Thomas Lapham to be Administrator, adn Nathan went to live with Joshua Lapham, prob. brother of Thomas Lapham, where he adopted the religion of Society of Friends.

He was named in his father's will, filed 1767. When will was written he was a minor and his brother, Moses, was named as his guardian.

Nathan made a few voyages in the West Indies after he came of age. In 1761 he lived in Gloucester, R.I., as per Town Rcds. of Chepachet, R.I. He bought land p. there from cousin, Isiah who was son of Preserved and who was brother of Elisha. The Fed. Cens. of 1774 shows him as of Cumberland, R.I., with family of 9. Three of his children were born in Smithfield, R.I., and 5 afterward.

In 1769 (or after 1769), he served from Smithfield, R.I. and went in company with his second cousin, William Harrington, of wife Bethia Peters, to Adams, Mass., where he bought a small farm. His Bethia Peters, to Adams, Mass., where he bought a small farm. His wife, Huldah, died there 1779. He had farm of 100 acres in Adams near foot of Mt. Greylock and another tract not far away. Nearby was outcropping of iron ore and forge in which he had an interest, with two others. June 16, 1785 he sold land to Isaac Hathaway, Jr. Jan. 30, 1786 as at East Hoosick he sold land to Nathan Comstock.

He sold all his property at Adams, Mass., for 535 pounds, and moved to 1000 acres all wilderness land in Genesee County, N.Y., which he drew by lot, Feb. 15, 1790, when streams were all frozen over, he started on the long wilderness journey with his son, Welcome and two daughters, Pennsylvania and Philadelphia, with their husbands and four children in each of these two latter families. Possibly Nathan's other children came the next day, they located their 1000 acre lot, Lot No. 21, on Mar. 15, 1790, they moved into the log cabin which they had hastily built. They were dependent entirely on their own resources and their living was gleaned from the wilderness. He was a pioneer of Farmington, N.Y.

After his death his second wife, Sarah, lived with his son, Welcome, until her death in fall of 1822. Nathan and Sarah were buried side by side in the old S. Farmington Cemetery of the "Friends which was a portion of the original 1000 acre tract, No. 21.

He was great-great-grandfather of C.B. Herendeen. His father was cousin of Aaron, of wife Abigail Chilson. His daughter, Pennsylvania married her 3rd cousin, Joshua Harrington, son of Wm. and Bethia Peters.

Caleb, of Smithfield, R.I., b. before 1760. He was named in his father's will, filed at Smithfield, R.I., 1767. When will was written he was minor and his brother, Moses, was named as his guardian.

He is probably same Caleb who was at Burlington, Otsego Co., N.Y. in 1800 with wife and four children under ten years ,two from ten to sixteen and one between sixteen and twenty-six. He and his wife were both over forty-five.

Dinah of Smithfield, R.I., b. before 1750. At census of 1774 she was in Smithfield, R.I., with family of three. She was named in her father will, filed 1767. When will was written she was a minor and her brother, Moses, was named as her guardian.


Son of Thomas & w. Grace Warren

Soldiers and Sailors of the Rev. War; Pension Rcds. No. S05430
Harrington Family in America by Eugene W. Harrington


Thomas, b. Shrewsbury, Mass., Mar. 13, 1785; d. of typhoid fever, Aug. 27, 1849; m. 1st in Shrewsbury, Mass., Mar. 3, 1805, Relief Mixer, dau. of Asa Mixer, who d. Feb. 3, 1816.

Hannah, b. Shrewsbury, Mass., May 2, 1786; m. in Shrewsbury, Mass., Feb. 21, 1802, Lewis Pratt.

Grace, b. Shrewsbury, Mass., Sept. 18, 1789; m. in Shrewsbury, Mass., Oct. 21, 1804, Asa Mixer, Jr.

LUCINDA, his wife.

Lineage not determined.

Probate Court Rcds. to Lamb


All named in father's will

Adaline of Otsego Co., N.Y., b. before 1850. She was named in will of her father probated there Jan. 22, 1850.

Elcy of Otsego Co., N.Y., b. before 1850.

Eliza, of Otsego Co., N.Y., b. before 1850; m. Chase

Hamilton of Otsego Co., N.Y., b. before 1850.

Leander of Otsego Co., N.Y., b. before 1850.

Lewis of Otsego Co., N.Y., b. before 1850.

Melissa of Otsego Co., N.Y., b. before 1850; m. Falland.

Sherwood of Otsego Co., N.Y., b. before 1850. He was named in his father's will probated Jan. 22, 1850.

MARY, his wife.

Lineage not determined.

Mass. Vit. Rcds.


Patrick, b. Ashburnham, Mass., Feb. 1, 1846.

RELIEF MIXER, 1st wife

Son of Thomas & w. Hannah Knowlton

Harrington Family in America, by Eugene W. Harrington, Grafton Hist. by Pierce; Rcd. in Charlton, Mass.

FAMILY (1st wife)

Thomas, b. Shrewsbury, Mass., June 1, 1805; d. Oct. 7, 1817.

Sarah Nelson, b. Shrewsbury, Mass., Mar. 11, 1807; m. in Shrewsbury, Mass., Aug. 10, 1828, Darwin Knowlton.

Charles, b. Shrewsbury, Mass., Dec. 11, 1808; m. in Shrewsbury, Mass., Aug. 19, 1829, Selena Wesson, dau. of Abel Wesson of Grafton, Mass.

Hannah, b. Shrewsbury, Mass., Aug. 11, 1811; m. in Shrewsbury, Feb. 23, 1832, William S. Knowlton.

Daniel, b. Shrewsbury, Mass., Dec. 21, 1813 (or 1815) m. in Shrewsbury, Aug. 5, 1837, Nancy Eliza Harrington.

FAMILY (2nd wife)

Eli, b. Shrewsbury, Mass., May 4, 1817; int. to marry filed in Shrewsbury, Mass., Apr. 16, 1842, and m. in Grafton, Mass., May 10, 1842, Eunice G. (or Sarah) Snow, dau. of Abner Snow of Grafton.

Maria, b. in Shrewsbury, Mass., Jan. 2, 1820; m. in Shrewsbury, July 30, 1840, Levi Jennison Hemmenway. She prob. married 2nd in Southbridge, Mass., Nov. 3, 1849, Henry E. Durfee of Southbridge.

MOLLY (MARY) MORGAN, his wife.

Son of Josiah & w. Susannah Warner

Pownal, Vt. Vit. Rcds.; Deed Book 20, p. 133; Land Rcds. by C.B. Herendeen; Census , 1850.


Nubry (Nubey, Nubrey), b. at Pownal, Vt., Aug. 22, 1818; m. Sarah. He and wife, Sarah, joined in a land deed to D. Myers. After his father's death he seems to have acquired the home place, having received land deeds from his brothers, Stephen and Benjamin, and others. Jan. 4, 1847, he bought land at Pownal from Job E. Card.

Amy, b. Pownal, Vt., Oct. 27, 1820.

Newbury, b. Pownal, Vt., June 4, 1823.

Benjamin, b. Pownal, Vt., Mar. 1, 1827. He resided there with mother in 1850. He seems to have conveyed his part his father's estate to his brother, Nybry, as per Deed Book 18, p. 147.

Stephen, b. Pownal, June 22, 1829 (or 1830) resides with mother in 1850. After his father's death he seems to have conveyed land and his interest in the home place, as per Deed Book, 18, p. 124, to his brother Nubrey.

LUCY PERRY, his wife.

Son of Henry & w. Sarah Lawton

Vit. Rcds. Roylaston, Mass.
Vit. Rcds. Whatley, Mass.
Harrington Fam. in America by E. W. Harrington


William, b. Fitzwilliam, N.H., rcd. in Royalston, Mass., Aug. 12, 1778.

Micah, b. Marlborough, Vt., rcd. in Royalston, Mass., May 18, 1781.

Abigail, b. Marlboro, Vt., Rcd. at Royalston, Mass., Dec. 4, 1783.

Lucy, b. Marlboro, Vt. Rcd. at Royalston, Mass., Feb. 23, 1787; m. in Royalston, Mass., Sept. 8, 1805 Samuel Richardson.

Daniel, b. Royalston, Mass., Dec. 11, 1789.

Elizabeth, b. Lexington, Mass., Dec. 10, 1773; died in infancy.

Benjamin, b. Apr. 14, 1788; d. July 4, 1866; m. Aug. 26, 1810, Mary Smith who was b. Troy, Pa., Oct. 4, 1791; d. June 12, 1864. They resided on Chenango River, Chenango Co., N.Y., and that he bought from his brother, Ezekiel, in 1804.

Solomon, b. Chenango Co., N.Y., and died in Logans Port, Ind. He moved from Chenango Co. to Lydon, Chautauqua Co., N.Y., thence to Ohio and then to Logansport, Ind., where he died without issue.

Hezekiah, left Chenango Co., N.Y. went west into Canada and east, never heard from.

Ezekiel, b. 1779; d. Nov. 20, 1874; m. Oct. 11, 1804, Lydia Cotton, b. Feb. 10, 1785, d. Nov. 20, 1874.

Thankful, m. John Harrington from Vermont. They had Thomas W. Harrington and Greene, N.Y.

Polly, m. Isaac Emery. They had Stephen Emery who resided at Loganier, Ind.

Ann, m. William Straight. They had Anna Straight who married his cousin, Stephen Emery of Loganier, Ind.

MARY PRUITT, his wife.

Son of George & w. Mary Ann Milburn

Pri. Rcds. Maggie Dix Harrington, Washington, D.C.


Benjamin, b. p. St. Louis, Mo., after 1874.

Odessa, b. same after 1874.

RHODA T., his wife.

Lineage not determined.

Vit. Rcds. Dudley, Mass.


Adelaide E., b. Aug. 31, 1844; d. in Dudley, Mass., Sept. 19, 1845.

ABIGAIL RICE, 1st wife
MARY, 2nd wife.

Son of Thomas & w. Rebecca White

Harrington Family in America by Eugene W. Harrington; American Ancestry, Vol. 9, p. 99; Vit. Rcds. Lancaster, Mass.; New Eng. Hist. and Gen. Reg.; Mass. Hist. Society Proceedings; Joseph Emerson's Diary

FAMILY (1st wife)

Thomas, b. Cambridge, Mass., Sept. 29, 1713; d. Shrewsbury, Mass., Apr. 15, 1791; m. Grace Warren in Watertown, Mass., Aug. 27, 1737.

Timothy, Rev. of Heath and Lancaster, Mass., and N. Kingston, R.I., b. Cambridge, Mass., jan. 30, 1716; bapt. Feb. 5, 1716; d. at Lancaster, Mass., Dec. 18, 1795; m. 1st Anna Harrington, dau. of Robert and Anna Harrington. She died at Lancaster, Mass., May 19, 1778 aged 60. He married 2nd in Sudbury, Mass., record in Framingham, Mass., Apr. 11, 1780, Ann Bridges, who was born 1724, and d. May 12, 1805, and was widow of Rev. Mathes Bridges of Framington.

He was graduated, as Bachelor of Arts, from Harvard College in 1737. He settled in Lancaster, Mass. He was installed in Pastorate in Lancaster, Wednesday, Nov. 16, 1748. He was visited on Thurs., Apr. 4, 1849, in Lancaster, by Joseph Emerson. He preached centry sermon at First Parish, May 28, 1753, and dwelt on early history of New England. The sermon, reprinted in Boston, 1753, and reprinted at Leominister, 1806, and recorded at Lancaster, 1869. Century sermon again mentioned to Early Settlers in Stow, mass. He was invited by town of Lunenburg to come and attend funeral of Rev. Samuel Payson, deceased Feb. 16, 1763. He performed marriages Sept. 1, 1763, and Nov. 29, 1750. He officiated at the marriage of Capt. John Cooledge to Hannah Priest, in Marlborough, Mass., Sept. 8, 1779.

He was head of family at Lancaster, Mass., at time of first Fed. Census, 1790. He was minister at Swansee, N.H., Apr. 2, 1747, when town was destroyed by Indians.

FAMILY (2nd wife)

Daniel, b. Waltham, Mass., Jan. 15, 1721; bapt. in Weston, Jan. 23, 1721; d. Apr. 15, 1763; m. Hannah, b. 1721, and d. Dec. 31, 1765. After his death she married Samuel Livermore, Esq.

Abigail, b. Jan. 12, 1727; d. Waltham, Mass., Feb. 27, 1720.

ROSETTA RISK, his wife.

Son of Job G. & w. Elizabeth Harrington

Pri. Rcds. Mrs. Elizabeth March, Warrensburg, N.Y.


Walter, b. d. in Warren County, N.Y., Oct. 17, 1918 (or July 1923) Estate was settled, but no will. He never married.

Leonard, b. Jan. 1895.

Leon, b. May 1905

Adolphus, b. Nov. 9, 1907.

LENA VAN NORMAN, his wife.

Son of David W. & w. Alice Snell

Oral by David W. Harrington, Jr.


Byron, b. Greenwich, N.Y., 1894; resides there 1927 and is principal in School. He married Irene Kenyon, who was b. about 1897.

MABEL VARNUM, his wife.

Son of Joseph & w. Mercy Ann Thomas

Census Rcds. for 1850 by Mrs. W. L. Hagen


Newt, b. 1845; d. 1914, unmarried.

Jonathan, (Don) b. 1835; d. 1886, unmarried.

Marietta, b. 1842; m. Alex. McKeown, who was born 1853. They had 4 children: Loney, b. 1870, alive 1925; Jum, b. 1874, d. Nov. 30, 1920; William, b. 1875; Emma, b. 1878. She resides at Warrensburg, N.Y.

Harling W., b. 1836; m. Lucy Rist, b. 1853; d. 1911, d. 1920. Harling fought in Civil War, Company B., 123rd Reg., New York State, adn he lost one leg in War.

Elizabeth, b. Warrensburg, N.Y., Apr. 1, 1843; d. Dec. 13, 1907; m. Job G. Harrington, her cousin.

Adion, b. 1846; d. Sept. 27, 1915; m. Jennie Prouty, b. 1840.

Mercy Ann, b. Nov. 30, 1838; d. 1909; m. Job Elsworth, who was born 1815 and d. May 10, 1897. They had 3 children: Arthur, b. 1857, and d. Apr. 13, 1858; Mead, b. Mar. 13, 1859, and residing at Athol, N.Y.; Warren, b. Oct. 30, 1869, and residing at Warren at Warrensburg, N.Y. in 1925.

Thomas A., b. Warrensburg, N.Y., 1847.

Eliza, b. Mar. 31, 1840; d. Mar. 28, 1895; m. Israel Mead, b. May 25, 1835.

Children of Eliza and Israel Mead:

Alphonso, b. 1872.

Silas, b. 1868, and d. 1870.

Cordy, b. Aug. 7, 1869 and alive in 1925.

Philip, b. 1871, called a "Wandering Jew."

Mercy Ann, b. 1874.

Nelson, b. 1875.

Elizabeth, b. 1877.

Hosea, b. 1881, d. 1910.


Son of Timothy Ballard & w. Jane Mills Wilson

American Ancestry, Vol. V
American Ancestry, Vol. IV, p. 99


Louisa of Mass., b. before 1859.

Jane Wilson.

Allen Wardner of Flushing, N.Y., b. in Westchester, N.Y., June 26, 1859; m. Sept. 6, 1892, Leonora Field Goodrich, dau. of Dr. E. A. Goodrich, A.M.M.D. who was born Messena, N.Y., Dec. 26, 1840. and Anna Margaret (Field) Goodrich born in Dublin, Ireland, Nov. 30, 1848.

GRACE WARREN, his wife.

Son of Thomas & w. Abigail Rice

Harrington Family in America by Eugene W. Harrington; Shrewsbury, Mass., Hist. by Ward; Soldiers and Sailors of Rev. War; Files of Mrs. John B. Moyer, Everett, Wash.; Vit. Rcds. Northborough, Mass.


Thomas, b. Shrewsbury, Mass., Dec. 22, 1737; d. Sept. 10, 1745.

Jonathan, b. Shrewsbury, Mass., Jan. 16, 1741; d. Jan. 27, 1741.

Elijah, b. at Shrewsbury, Mass., Jan. 27, 1745; d. Mar. 8, 1818; int. to marry filed Nov. 18, 1780, and married in Upton, Mass., Jan. 31, 1781, Mary Warren, who was born Nov. 1748, and died in Shrewsbury, Mass., July 23, 1828.

He was a private in Capt. Job Cushing's Co. of Minute Men. Col. Artemus Ward's Reg. which marched on alarm of Apr. 19, 1775. Lexington, Concord, etc. He was prob. the same Elijah who was shown on return of men raised to serve in the Continental Army from Capt. Nathan Hamilton's 1st Co., Col. James Converse's (4th Worcester Co.) REg. dated Brookfield, Mass., Feb. 18, 1775; engaged for Town of Brookfield, joined Capt. Slaton's Co., Col. Sheppherd's Reg. for term of 3 years.

Grace, b. Shrewsbury, Mass., Apr. 11, 1747; m. 1st in Shrewsbury, Mass., Apr. 15, 1780, Moses Newton; m. 2nd in Shrewsbury, (or Northborough_ Mass., Feb. 18, 1784, (Dec. 30, 1783) Samuel Mahan of Northborough, Mass.

Abigail, b. Shrewsbury, Mass., Dec. 16, 1749; d. prob. same Abigail who married in Holden, Mass., June 22, 1779, Robert Earl.

Esther, b. in Shrewsbury, Mass., Jan. 1, 1753; m. in Shrewsbury, May 23, 1776, Simeon Bruce.

Thomas, Capt., b. Shrewsbury, Mass., Mar. 23, 1756; d. of apoplexy, Dec. 20, 1834; m. in Shrewsbury, Mass., Sept. 9, 1784, Hannah Knowlton, who was born 1767, and d. Shrewsbury, Mar. 8, 1793. She was dau. of Deacon Wm. Knowlton.

He was a private in Capt. Asa Rice's Co., Col. Job Cushing's Reg. Enlisted July 27, 1777; discharged Aug. 29, 1777. Roll dated Shrewsbury, marched to Manchester on alarm at Bennington. He applied for pension from Shrewsbury in 1832, aged 76.

Jonathan, b. Shrewsbury, Mass., May 18, 1759; d. Apr. 6, 1842; m. 1st in Shrewsbury, Mass., May 27, 1783, Sarah Pratt; m. 2nd in Charlton, Mass., Sept. 15, 1814, Susannah Penniman, widow, born, 1774 and died in Shrewsbury, Nov. 17, 1825.

He served in Rev. War. In 1777 he served in Capt. Asa Rice's Co., Col. Job Cushing's Reg. in 1778 he served in Capt. Seth Newton and Col. Kike. At one time he was in Capt. Moses Harrington's Co. July 6, 1780, he enlisted from Shrewsbury for a term of six months. The same day he marched away with the 2nd Mass. Reg., Continental Army. In 1832, at the age of 73, he applied for the and received a pension for service as private in Mass. Militia.

Daniel, b. Shrewsbury, Mass., Sept. 3, 1761; d. Feb. 2, 1823; m. in Shrewsbury, Mass., Dec. 22, 1788, Relief Smith, who was born Feb. 3, 1767; m. in Shrewsbury, Mass., Feb. 15, 1844. They had Holloway and at least six other children. She was Revolutionary War pensioner June 1, 1840, then aged 73, and resided with her son, Holloway Harrington.

ELIZA WATERS, his wife.

Lineage not determined.

Vit. Rcds. Millbury, Mass.


Francis, b. Millbury, Mass., Feb. 12, 1834; d. Mar. 22, 1837.

Fidelia, b. Millbury, Mass., June 5, 1838; d. of a "putrid sore thoat." Nov. 19, 1848.

Sophia Elizabeth, b. Millbury, Mass., Mar. 3, 1841.

Francis Jane, b. Millbury, Mass., Sept. 24, 1843.


Son of Robert & w. Susannah George

Harrington Family in America by Eugene W. Harrington; C.W.H Rock Creek, Ohio; New Eng. Hist. and Gen. Reg. 1899; Vit. Rcds. Needham, Mass.; Descendants of Thomas Hemington; American Ancestry, Vol. 9, p. 99


Ebenezer, of Watertown, Mass., b. June 17, 1687; d. before Apr. 8, 1754; m. in Framington, Mass., Feb. 3, 1708, Hepzibah Cloyes, dau. of Peter and Sarah Cloyes, of Framingham. He settled in Waltham, Mass. where he was admitted to the church, Mar. 27, 1709. He later moved Framingham, where he was admitted to the church June 15, 1718. He was selectman there in 1742; his will was proved Apr. 8, 1754.

Susanna, b. Nov. 17, 1688; d. Apr. 24, 1757; m. in Suffield, May (Nov.) 25, 1710, Joshua Kendall. They had: Susanna, b. Mar. 22, 1712, who married Dec. 20, 1730, Joseph Remington, and was his 2nd wife. Simon Kendall, who married Oct. 13, 1745, Elizabeth Adams, Joshua bapt. June 12, 1715.

Rebecca, b. 1690; m. May 25, 1714, Simon Tainter, and they had six children.

Thomas, b. Watertown, Mass., July 14, 1692 (June 14, 1691); d. there; m. in Cambridge, Mass., Feb. 5, 1713, Abigail Rice, b. 1687, and d. in Cambridge, Mar. 4, 1717, dau. of Timothy Rice. He returned to Waltham, Mass., and married 2nd Mary. His will dated Jan. 31, 1739 and proved Oct. 1750, mentions wife Mary, and sons, Thomas of Shrewsbury, Timothy and Daniel. His bequest to Timothy, the following: "I give and bequeath to my son, Timothy, the sum of 34 pounds, besides what I have been out in school and college learning for him.

He was Innholder 1719-1737. He was one of Marragansett Township Grantees, who drew No. 2, for his wife's father, Timothy Rice.

George, b. Aug. 31, 1695; m. there Dec. 5, 1717, Hepzibah Fiske, who died there Mar. 25, 1736.


Son of Richard & w. _____ Briggs

Clark Willits Harrington by Grant W. Harrington; Biographical Review to G.W.H.; Local Hist. by Lamb


Betsy of Garretsville, N.Y., b. after 1826; d. aged 55; m. Albert Lewis, a hardware merchant of Garretsville.

Clarissa R., of Syracuse, N.Y., b. after 1827; m. Spencer Boardman.

Marshall of Pittsfield, N.Y., b. p. there after 1827, fought in Civil War in a New York Reg. (90th), and at the close of the War he came home, having neither been wounded nor made prisoner, but with health impaired through exposure.

Matilda of Pittsfield, N.Y., b. after 1830. She never married, and resided with her brother, Salmon W. She was in Milinery business for three years.

Edwin of Pittsfield, N.y., b. after 1832; d. at the age of 15 months.

Francis of Pittsfield, N.Y., b. after 1835; d. at age of 10 years.

Salmon W. (Solomon W) of Pittsfield, N.Y., b. there 1835; d. 1878; m. in 1864 Almira Ford. He was a farmer and a wool buyer.

_________, his wife.

Son of Sampson & w. Polly Ballow

Inquiry as to Sampson's Pension by Mrs. Jane James, Box 394, Roundup, Montana


Sampson, b. after 1801.

George C., b. after 1801.

________, his wife.

Son of Richard & w. Elizabeth

William's Pension Papers by Mrs. Hagen


Levin of Dorchester Co., b. p. after 1775; he was nephew of William, Rev. War Patriot and made application for pension on account of William's Rev. War service.

_________, his wife.

Lineage not determined (Pioneer)

Ancient Wethersfield by Stiles
Talcott and Mott Genealogy
New Eng. Hist. and Gen. Reg.


Alice of Connecticut, b. about 1565; m. in Wethersfield, Conn., to John Mott, of Eyland, Wister County, Suffolk, England, whose father, Mark Mott, was born about 1540.

_________, his wife.

Lineage not determined.

Vit. Rcds. of R.I., by Arnold, Vol. 2-3


John J. of Scituate and Cranston, R.I., married June 29, 1850, Phidelia W. Bean, dau. of David.

____________, his wife.

Lineage not determined.

Pri. Rcds. Chas. B. Herendeen



ANN, 1st wife

Son of Timothy & w. Sarah Greer

Conn. Hist. Soc. Collections, Hartford Rev. War Rolls


Daniel of Stafford, Conn., b. Apr. 27, 1764. His name and date of birth are indicated in his father's or step-mother's pension papers.

Simon of Stafford, and Plainfield, Conn., b. p. before 1764; m. at Plainfield, Conn., Mar. 26, 1797, Nabby Hammitt (Hemmitt) of Plainfield. They went to New York State, in 1797, where their two girls, Mehitable and Elizabeth were born.

With Gilman he visited the home of James Parker in Shirley, Mass., Feb. 21, 1797. He was hired by Livermore Walker to take his place in the draft of eight months men, May 30, 1778.

He was named in the pension papers of his step-mother.

CATHERINE, his wife.

Lineage not determined.

Vit. Rcds. of Woburn, Mass.


Timothy J., b. Boston, Mass., about 1837; d. of Exposure, Jan. 5, 1859, aged 22.

CHESTINA, his wife.

Lineage not determined.

Vit. Rcds Shaftsbury, Vt.


George Henry, b. Shaftsbury, Vt., Dec. 19, 1865.

MINNIE COYNE, his wife.

Lineage not determined (Born in Ireland)

Lexington, Mass., History by Lexington Hist. Soc.


Edith, b. Oct. 13, 1901.

Edward Timothy, b. Feb. 2, 1908.

John Joseph, b. Mar. 12, 1911.

LUCINDA DAVIS, his wife.

Son of Timothy & w. Lydia Washburn

Lineage Book, Rolls of Honor, D.A.R.


Hiram Higgins, m. Mary Cavalier

SARAH GREER, his wife.

p. Son of Isaac & w. Jemima

Vit. Rcds. Volumtown, Conn., by Mrs. F. W. Tillinghast; Pension Papers, No. W-17742; Conn. Hist. Soc. Vol XII, p. 203


Timothy of Conn. (p. Planifield and Stafford, Conn.) prob. is same Timothy who was born Dec. 27, 1717; d. Apr. 5, 1795; m. 1st, Ann, by whom he had: Daniel, b. Apr. 27, 1764, and Simon; married 2nd, in Stafford, Conn., Jan. 17, 1782, Lydia (Washburn) Edson, widow, b. 1759, who applied for pension from Stafford, in 1842, aged 83.

He was in Capt. Wright's 5th Conn. Reg. and served Jan. 1, 1780 to Dec. 9, 1780.

ANN BRIDGES, 2nd wife.

Son of Thomas & w. Abigail Rice

Harrington Family in America by Eugene W. Harrington; New Eng. Hist. and Gen. Reg.; Mass. Hist. Soc. Proceedings; Vit. Rcds. Lancaster, Mass.


Henrietta, b. Lexington, Mass., Aug. 8, 1744; d. at Lancaster, Oct. 4, 1777, int. of marriage publ., Oct. 27, 1772; m. in Lancaster, Mass., Dec. 23, 1772, John Locke of Templeton, Mass., a brother of Rev. Samuel Locke, D.D., President of Harvard College.

She joined Lancaster church, Apr. 10, 1768.

Arethusa, b. Lexington, Mass., Oct. 4, 1747; d. Nov. 17, 1844; m. Miller, and they had one child, Emily, b. Oct. 1, 1766. She joined Lancaster church, Apr. 10, 1768.

Timothy, Dr., b. Lancaster, Mass., Oct. 22, 1749 (Sept. 1753, 1754) bapt. Sept. 23, 1753; d. in Chelmsford, Mass., Feb. 28, 1802; int. of marriage recorded at Lancaster, Mass., Mar. 3, 1780, and married there Apr. 23, 1780, Sarah Wilder of Lancaster, b. 1753, and d. Chelmford, Mass., May 26, 1845. They had one son, Rufus, (p. only son), who died in Boston about 1808. He may be same Timothy who had head of family of 1 man, 3 boys, and 2 girls at Newport, N.H. in 1790 at time for first Fed. Census.He was graduated from Harvard College (Honors of Cambridge University) in 1776. He was a physician and resided Penbrook, N.H., and Chelmsford, Mass.

He was graduated from Harvard College (Honors of Cambridge University) in 1776. He was a physician and resided Penbrook, N.H., and Chelmsford, Mass.

Eusbia, b. Lancaster, Mass., May 1751; m. in Lancaster, Mass., Jan. 5, 1769, (Int. recorded Oct. 20, 1768) Paul Richardson of Winchester, N.H.

She was p. bapt. June 2, 1751, and she joined the church at Lancaster, Apr. 10, 1768.

Thomas, Deacon, b. in Lancaster (Lexington) Mass., Nov. 10, 1755; d. at Heath, Mass., Aug. 7, 1837; int. of marriage recorded Feb. 5, 1780, and married at Lancaster, Mass., Feb. 23, 1780, Rebecca Ballard of Lancaster, who was born p. 1755, and d. in Heath (or Rutland) Mass., Feb. 17, 1834.

He was bapt. Nov. 16, 1755, and joined church same date. His wife, Rebecca, was dismissed from the church at Lancaster and recommended to the church at Heath, Mass. He was a deacon at Heath in 1826.

He may be same Thomas who was head of family of 2 men, 0 boys, and 0 girls at Watertown, Mass., in 1790.

Anna Mary, b. Lancaster, Mass., 1758; m. in Lancaster, Jan. 24, 1779 Int. Rec., Jan. 10, 1779) Dr. Richard Perkins Bridges. He died Aug. 22, 1797, and she married 2nd, Dr. Joshua Fisher of Beverly.

________, died in infancy.

MARY, his wife.

Lineage not determined (Born in Ireland)

Thomaston, Me. Hist. by Eaton


Mary, b. about 1844 of Thomaston, Me.

Timothy, b. about 1851, Thomaston, Me.

Margaret, b. about 1854, Thomaston, Me.

Jeremiah, b. about 1856, Thomaston, Me.

James, b. about 1859, Thomaston, Me.

REBECCA, his wife.

Lineage not determined.

Vit. Rcds. of Natick, Mass.


Mary Ann, b. Natick, Mass., Nov. 5, 1846.


Lineage not determined.

Westminister, Mass., Hist. by Heywood


John, b. before 1840, m. July 2, 1860, Nellie E. Lombard, dau. of Franklin and Eunice (Whitney) Lombard. After a few years they moved to Fitchburg, Mass. They had eight children, of whom three were born at Westminister, Mass.


Son of Corp. Benjamin & w. Abigail

Lineage Book, Rolls of Honor, D.A.R.


Timothy, Jr.; m. Lucinda Davis.

SARAH WILDER, his wife.

Son of Rev. Timothy & w. Anna Harrington

Vit. Rcds. of Lancaster, Mass.
Vit. Rcds. of Boston, Mass.


(Sarah) Sally, b. Chelmsford, Mass., July 5, 1786; prob. the same Sally who married in Boston, Mass., Dec. 10, 1809, Lyman Streeter.

Rufus of Boston, born at Chelmsford, Mass., Mar. 10, 1791 (1790); d. at Chelmsford, Oct. 18, 1807, of "putrid fever."


Son of Thomas & w. Rebecca Ballard

American Ancester by Munsella
Harrington Family in America by Eugene W. Harrington


Benjamin, b. Heath, Mass., Jan. 14, 1814; d. the same day.

Rebecca, b. Heath, Mass., May 1, 1815; d. of Dysentery, Aug. 30, 1819.

Jane Mills, b. Heath, Mass., Apr. 10, 1818; m. in Heath, Mass., Sept. 5, 1838, Augustus Smith.

Thomas Ballard, b. Heath, Mass., Nov. 15, 1822; d. at Westchester, N.Y. Feb. 16, 1861; married Oct. 11, 1854, Ann Elizabeth Wardner, dau. of Hon. Allen and Minerva (Bingham) Wardner of Windsor, Vt. He graduated, B.A. and M.A. at Princton, N.Y., 1849. He was State Senator and Treasurer for many years.

Nancy Arline, b. Heath, Mass., Jan. 30, 1825; d. July 26, 1826.

Brainard Timothy of Westchester, N.Y., b. in Heath, Mass., June 1, 1826, married 1st in Heath, Mass., Dec. 1845, Mrs. Betsy M. Thayer; m. 2nd Oct. 15, 1857, Addie Lucretia Taft.

He was graduated, with an A.B. degree, from Amhurst College, in 1852, and received an M.A. degree from there in 1855.

Mercy A., b. Heath, Mass.

AUDRA STANTON, his wife.

Son of James & w. Mary Spencer

Grant W. Harrington MS.
Lamb's List.


Eldred B. of Otsego Co., N.Y., b. after 1821; d. young.

Eunice of Otsego Co., N.Y., b. after 1821; m. Abraham Walrod and they had Truman and Andra.

Flavius J., of Otsego Co., N.Y., b. after 1821; m. Elizabeth Strait. They had no children.

Lyman Spencer of Otsego Co., N.Y., b. after 1821; m. Louisa Hoag and they had: Alta Louisa, who married Richard Baurn.

Nathan of Otsego Co., N.Y., b. after 1821; m. Ruth Webb and they had: Josephine, Mary Hortense, and Ella.

Sherman of Otsego Co., N.Y., b. after 1821; m. 1st, Cornelia Snell, and they had: Carrue Adell and Frankie. He married 2nd, Emma Boggers, who had no children.

Spencer of Otsego Co., N.Y., b. after 1821.

Stanton of Otsego Co., N.Y., accidentally shot in New Lisbon, N.Y., and d. age 18 yrs.

Truman of Otsego Co., N.Y., b. after 1821; d. young.

TRUMAN HARRINGTON (handwritten 1788)
WEALTHY (handwritten 1787), his wife.

Son of Richard & w. Mary Allen

Mrs. Elizabeth L. Hill; Cem. Insc. N. Cambridge, N.Y.


Phinehas, b. Greenwich, N.Y., about 1814.

Martin, b. Greenwich, N.Y., about 1815.

Peter, b. Greenwich, N.Y., about 1817.

Richard, of Easton, N.Y., b. at Greenwich, N.Y., about 1819; m. at Greenwich, N.Y., Calista Shieves.

William of Easton, N.Y., b. at Greenwich, N.Y., about 1820; m. 1st Amanda J. Lewis, b. Feb. 1, 1822; and d. at Easton, Mar. 4, 1882; m. 2nd Betsy, b. Feb. 18, 1848, and d. at Easton, Sept. 24, 1882.

Henry, b. Greenwich, N.Y., about 1823. He was killed in the Battle of the Wilderness during the Civil War.

Amy, b. Greenwich, N.Y., about 1826.

Charlotte, b. Greenwich, N.Y., about 1830.

Mary, b. Greenwich, N.Y., about 1836.


Lineage not determined.

Lexington Mass. Hist. by Lex. Hist. Soc.


Edward Tyler, b. at Bolton, Mass., Dec. 14, 1842; d. Jan. 31, 1912. m. 1st Miriam A. Temple, b. at Shrewsbury, Vt., Nov. 26, 1851, and died July 29, 1896; m. 2nd at Malden, Mar. 19, 1902, Caroline Augusta Hutchins, born in Boston. He came to Lexington in 1884.

John A., b. at Harvard, Mass., Apr. 14, 1848.

CARRIE BUMP, his wife.

Son of Monroe & w. Louisa Tyler

Miss Leah Harrington, Oneida, N.Y.


Monroe of Syracus, N.Y., b. Petersboro, N.Y., after 1878; m. W. Carroll.

Nina of Petersboro, N.Y., b. at Petersboro, N.Y., after 1879; m. Louis Oatman.

ZERA JENNINGS, 1st wife.
ABIGAIL WARE, 3rd wife.

Son of Stephen & w. Sarah Hastings

Vit. Rcds. Weston, Mass.

FAMILY (1st wife)

Zera Jennings, b. Weston, Mass., Apr. 15, 1812; int. to marry filed Dec. 16, 1827.

p. Stephen, of Milford, Mass., b. in Weston, Mass., Sept. 11, 1812, int. to marry filed at Holden, Mass., Sept. 9, 1837, and married Oct. 11, 1837, Louisa F. Temple of Holden, Mass.

John W. of Weston, Mass., b. Weston, May 4, 1818, int.to marry filed Nov. 27, 1841, and married Dec. 16, 1841, Mary E. Mansfield of Needham.

FAMILY (2nd wife)

Osborn G., b. Weston, Mass., Nov. 23, 1821.