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Please treat these records as secondary sources. Although some of the data
on these pages is from primary sources the remainder has been provided
to me by secondary sources (e.g., records from other persons, books that
are not official documents, etc...). These sources in most cases are accurate
but on occasion records have been passed on, that have invalid data
and/or transcription errors.

It is best that when researching your family lines that you take secondary
records as just that; a starting place. Armed with the secondary
information you can go to the towns and villages where your family lived
and look up the primary data. I hope that what you find here will inspire
you to dig into your roots and share that information with others.

       George W. Estey - 7 February 2000




Descendants of: John Clough          

1 John Clough b. 1614 d. 26 Jul 1691 
  m. Jane ________ d. 16 Jan 1679 
  m. Martha Cilley m. 15 Jan 1686 d. 1692 
    Jane: 
  Ref.  BT09-30-39, LCKnowels 
  Martha: 
    		Ref. LDS-BT09-30-39, EOrcut Martha may have had two children from a previous
		marriage.  The Cilley name is one of early settlers of Hampton and Rye, NH
  2 Elizabeth Clough b. 16 Dec 1642 d. 30 Sep 1707 
    m. William Horne d. 28 Jun 1689 
    Ref. DBStevens, DDSouthall (Desc. of John Clough)
    
        	Elizabeth , being educated, was the only woman able to sign her name to a
		petition February 20, 1689/90.  She was taken by indians and probably killed 
		September 30, 1707.  A Reverand John Pike wrote: "Old Widow Horne was taken 
		by indians near the lower corner of Capt. Gerrishes field.
  
   William: 
    Ref. DBStevens, DDSouthall
    
    William was killed by indians during a raid on the Waldron Garrison House.
    
    Ref. HWHorne (source ?)
      
           William Horne, the first of the name in Dover, NH was in Salisbury, MA as
		early as 1658.   On Sept. 20, 1661, William bought land of Elder Edward
		Starbuck, 240 acres between Cocheco (Dover) embracing what is known as 6th
		Street, Dover on Horne's Hill.  William was killed in the Indian massacre in
		Dover, June 28,1689.  His widow was killed by indians while walking the road.

            William Horne was the son of Johannes Horne of London.  He was Christened at
		St. James, Clerkenwell, June 9, 1609.  The family tradition is that he and his
		brother, John, came to America at the same time, 1630.  John settled in Salem,
		MA and William probably stayed there for a while.  Nothing has been recorded
		about him until he is first mentioned in Dover, NH in 1659.

            Johannes Horne was a descendant of Reginaldis Horne of Pachsley England.
		William Hornes English background has been traced by Mrs. Leland Gile (Bessie
		Allen) of Alfred, ME, who is also a descendant of William Horne.  The English
		records trace William's ancestry to about 1450.
    3 Elizabeth Horne b. 1 Feb 1661 d. 6 May 1672 
    3 John Horne b. 25 Oct 1663 
      4 William Horne 
        5 Moses Horne 
          m. Hannah Rollins 
          6 Leah Rundlette Horne 
            m. Samuel Hayes m. 23 Nov 1809 b. 18 Apr 1789 d. 22 Apr 1854 
               [son of Daniel Hayes and Hannah Hayes]
    3 Joseph Horne 
    3 Mary Horne b. 1667 - 1672 
      m. John Hayes m. 28 Jun 1686 d. 25 Oct 1708 
      John: 
      Ref. DDSouthall, GBPickup 
      
      Emigrant from Scotland abt 1680 (DDSouthall).
      
            "It is a family tradition that John came to America as a refugee after the
		defeat of the Scot Covenanters at the Battle of Bothwell Bridge in 1679, but
		this has never been proved.  He was at Dover, NH in 1680 and is referred to in
		Dover history as the "Scotsman" and as the "Covenanter".  Some branches of the
		Hayes family use the Hayes coat of arms (Burke's Peerage 1935 p. 913) but it
		cannot be proved that the descent from him supports any claim to its use.  The
		earliest town records of Dover now in existance begin with the year 1694 and
		from then on he is frequently mentioned as receiving grants of land and his
		signature is on many colonial documents.  He died very suddenly, leaving no
		will."  (GBPickup)
      4 John Hayes b. 1686/7 d. 3 Jul 1759 
        m. Tamsen (Wentworth) Chesley m. abt. 1711 b. 1687 d. 30 Dec 1753 
           [daughter of Ezekiel Wentworth and Elizabeth ___________]
        m. Mary Roberts m. by 1718 
            Ref. DDSouthall, GBPickup Was called "Deacon John" The inscription on his
		gravestone reads: "Deacon John, the first born of the Pilgrim Fathers of the
		New England Hayes family. In deeds he is referred to as house-wright and
		carpenter, was constable, deacon of First Church, did Scout duty in the Indian
		Wars.  He accumulated extensive land holdings and his name appears among the
		proprietors in securing charters for formation of nearby towns.

        Tamsen: 
        Ref. DDSouthall, GBPickup
        
		Gardner Pickup's mother and father-in-law records relate the following:
        
            "The Wentworth family was without doubt the most prominent of the colonial
		familes of New Hampshire.  In about a hundred years proceeding the Revolution
		the affairs of the province were administered by Wentworth governors.
		Intermarriage of the two familes (Wentworth & Hayes) was frequent. The Hayes
		family by its industry, integrity and ability, together with the Wentworth
		family, has made a alrge contribution to the upbuilding of the state and
		nation. "   "John HAyes - A Book of His Family"

            "John Hayes married Tamisen Wentworth widow of James Chesley, who was killed
		by the indians 09-17-1707."

        5 John Hayes b. 19 Oct 1711 d. 7 May 1776 
          Unmarried - deeded property to Brotherst Sisters and their children. 
        5 Paul Hayes b. 16 Sep 1713 d. 9 Apr 1776 
          m. Mercy Evans m. Bef 1744 b. 6 Dec 1717 
             [daughter of Joseph Evans and Mercy Horne]
          m. Tamsen Drew m. by 1762 
                    Gardner Pickup's data on Paul and Mercy's marriage has the marrage occuring
			sometime between April 18, 1741 and 1744.

          Mercy: 
          Ref.  GBPickup, DDSouthall
          
		Her name also recorded as Marcy. 
          
            DDSouthall's records state that Mercy was "not in father's will" but  GBPickup
		states that his mother's records indicate "Joseph Evans will, 3 Dec. 1750
		mentions "my daughter Mercy Hayes" to have 100 out of my estate".

          6 Paul Hayes, Jr. b. abt. 1744 d. abt 1821 
            m. Abigail Drew m. bef. 1768 
               [daughter of Joseph Drew and Tamsen Drew]
            m. Patience Dame m. 19 Aug 1818 
                  His will was drawn 11-05-1817 and probated 10-02-1821.  He lived in Barrington
			and Alton, NH.  Paul was a selectman in Barrington in 1781, 1790, 1792 and
			1793.  He was chosen as Paul Hayes Esq. on the committee to act on the state
			constitution in 1794;  signed the Revolutionary War Association est 09-03-1776
			and his name appears on the payroll of Capt. John Hill's Company in Col.
			Joshua Wingates Regiment, which marched to join the Continental Army in Rhode
			Island, Aug. 1878

            Patience: 
	            She was a widow of Ephraim Chamberlain. 
            7 Tamson Hayes 
              m. Mark Hunking Winkley 
              Mark: 
              Mark and Tamson had four children. 
              8 Mercy Winkley 
                m. John P. Clough m. 25 Aug 1891 
                John: 
                  GBPickup has not found any family connection to our John Clough (1) and this
			John P. Clough.

          6 Joseph Hayes b. 1 May 1746 d. 30 Jul 1816 
            m. Margaret (Peggy) Brewster m. 3 Jan 1770 b. 2 Sep 1745 d. 11 May 1801 
               [daughter of Samuel Brewster and Margaret Waterhouse]
                        A bible record states that Joseph was married to Margaret in December of 1769
				according to Gardner Pickup.  He also provided the January 1770 date. In 1821
				Barrington, NH became Stratford, NH
            7 Mercy (Mary - N.H.V.R.) Hayes b. 20 Dec 1770 d. 16 Sep 1847 
              m. Joseph Emerson m. 24 Nov 1791 
              Joseph: 
              Mercy was Joseph's second wife. 
              8 Margaret Emerson b. 11 Jun 1812 d. 9 Oct 1853 
                m. Evans Hayes m. 13 May 1832 b. 22 Sep 1808 d. 2 Nov 1880 
                   [son of Ebenezer Hayes and Phoebe Huckins]
                        The Dover Gazette of Oct. 22, 1853 reported that margaret died "of consumption".
            7 David Hayes b. 5 Jan 1773 d. 20 May 1809 
              m. Mary (Polly) Hayes m. 4 Dec 1794 b. 4 Oct 1774 d. 22 Apr 1838 
                 [daughter of Samuel Hayes and Sarah Cate]
            7 Lydia Hayes b. 4 Sep 1774 d. 7 Dec 1818 
              m. Timothy Brewster m. 21 Jan 1794 
            7 Lemuel Hayes b. 13 Jul 1777 d. 26 Apr 1836 
              m. Abigail Hayes m. 1 Jan 1800 b. 31 Dec 1779 d. 13 Jan 1834 
                 [daughter of Daniel Hayes and Hannah Hayes]
              Barrington is now Stratford, NH 
              Abigail: 
              She married her 2nd cousin. 
              8 Margaret Hayes b. 26 Apr 1802 d. after 1889 
                m. Ebenezer Hayes m. 16 Sep 1827 b. 16 May 1794 d. 8 Jun 1846 
                   [son of Ebenezer Hayes and Phoebe Huckins]
                        Margaret was living at the home of her daughter, Mrs John T. Bickford (Phoebe) in 1889.
                9 Phoebe Hayes b. 23 Nov 1828 d. 7 Dec 1895 
                  m. John Thurston Bickford b. 19 Dec 1831 d. 15 Mar 1923 
                     [son of James Bickford and Betsey Elizabeth Hussey]
                  John: 
                        Merchant in Dover, NH.  Late in life he bought one of the Hayes farms in
				Armington.  After the death of his son, Walter, it was sold out of the family.
				In 1956 it was purchased by William D. Vickery who developed it as an apple
			      and peach orchard.

                   10 Ida Gertrude Bickford b. 30 Apr 1856 d. 25 Aug 1926 
                    m. William Vickery b. 16 Jun 1857 d. 10 Oct 1928 
                    11 Nellie Catholyn Vickery b. 22 Aug 1890 d. 15 Dec 1966 
                       m. Herbert Wilfred Pickup b. 5 Sep 1886 d. 9 May 1972 
                      12 Gardner Burton Pickup (details excluded) 
                         m. Andrea Augusta Nater b. 5 May 1926 d. 12 Apr 1993 
                        13 Brenda Vickory Pickup (details excluded) 
                  10 Walter Bickford 
                9 Abigail Hayes b. 17 Feb 1831 d. 18 Oct 1874 
                9 Mercy E. Hayes b. 24 Nov 1832 
          6 James Hayes b. abt. 1748 d. May 1823 
            m. Elizabeth Ham 
          6 Lemuel Hayes b. abt. 1750/52 d. abt 1776 
            Died unmarried. 
          6 Samuel Hayes b. abt. 1754 d. 1 Jul 1842 
            m. _______  _______ 
            m. Sarah Pearl m. 21 Nov 1782 
            _______: 
            at least 2 children by this marriage. 
          6 Ebenezer Hayes b. 6 Oct 1757 d. 27 Jun 1826 
            m. Phoebe Huckins m. 31 Oct 1782 b. 16 Dec 1762 d. 16 May 1839 
               [daughter of John Huckins]
                        Portsmouth, NH Journal of July 8th, 1826 says his death was "by suicide".
				Elder  Enoch Hayes Place wrote in his journal, "I went to the funeral of Mr.
				E. Hayes - - over 400 present."
                        He lived on a farm of 100 acres at Cedar Point on the east side of the road
				and his brother Samuel on the west side.  His name appears on the muster roll
				and pay roll of officers and soldiers paid by Steven Evans to reinforce the
				Continental Army in the State of New York, oe elsewhare 12-17-1776.  and on
				the pay roll of Capt. Wallingford's Company, Col David Gilman's Regiment, from
				12-05-1776 to 03-15-1777.    A note of interest from Eugene Orcutt;  David
				Gillman's Troops were also at West Point when Benidict Arnold was found out.
				The British spy "Major Andre" was hung from a tree in Tappan, NY by a company
				from David Gilman's Regiment.
            Phoebe: 
            Phoebe's line: John 5-4, Robert 3, James 2, Robert 1 
            7 John Hayes b. 12 Jan 1784 d. 25 Apr 1837 
              m. Mary (Polly) Chamberlain m. 13 Nov 1806 b. 7 Oct 1788 d. 7 Oct 1856 
            7 Abigail Hayes b. 7 Jul 1786 d. 25 Jun 1852 
              m. Joshua Hayes m. 17 Dec 1818 
                 [son of Joshua Hayes]
            7 Mary Hayes b. 3 Dec 1788 
              m. Samuel Ham m. 2 Jul 1818 
              Samuel: 
              At the time of his marriage Samuel lived in Somersworth, NH. 
            7 Miles Hayes b. 21 Jun 1791 d. 21 Feb 1867 
              m. Elizabeth Swain m. 29 Aug 1811 
              m. Abigail D. Clements m. 7 Jan 1827 
              m. Abigail Collins m. 29 Apr 1832 
              m. Elizabeth Pinkham m. before 1850 
            7 Ebenezer Hayes b. 16 May 1794 d. 8 Jun 1846 
              m. Margaret Hayes m. 16 Sep 1827 b. 26 Apr 1802 d. after 1889 
                 [daughter of Lemuel Hayes and Abigail Hayes]
              Margaret: 
				Margaret was living at the home of her daughter, Mrs John T. Bickford (Phoebe)
				in 1889.
            7 Phoebe Hayes b. 7 Apr 1797 d. 29 Dec 1845 
              m. William Holmes m. 21 Dec 1819 
              William: 
                        Gardner Pickup suspects the New Hampshire vital records are probably incorrect
				regarding this marriage information.  He was not clear as to what the error
				was but a question mark after the marriage date is a possibility..
            7 Martha Hayes b. 18 Jun 1801 d. 21 Nov 1858 
              m. Jeremiah J. Foss m. 20 Dec 1838 
            7 Paul Huckins Hayes b. 19 Apr 1804 d. 29 Nov 1883 
              m. Mary Berry m. 20 Sep 1825 b. 4 Feb 1808 d. 7 Dec 1881 
                 [daughter of Thomas Berry and Mary __________]
              Mary: 
                        Date on birth is in question it is either the 2nd or 4th of February and the
				death day is either the 7th or 9th.
            7 Evans Hayes b. 22 Sep 1808 d. 2 Nov 1880 
              m. Margaret Emerson m. 13 May 1832 b. 11 Jun 1812 d. 9 Oct 1853 
                 [daughter of Joseph Emerson and Mercy (Mary - N.H.V.R.) Hayes]
              Margaret: 
                        The Dover Gazette of Oct. 22, 1853 reported that margaret died "of	consumption".
          6 Lydia Hayes 
            m. William Cate m. by 1776 
		            married to William Cate as indicated in her father's will. 
          6 Mercy Hayes 
            m. Jonathan Montgomery m. 13 Mar 1777 
            married her cousin, Jonathan Montgomery 
        5 Elihu Hayes b. 16 Dec 1717 d. 12 Mar 1751 
          m. Martha Wentworth m. before 1739 
             [daughter of Benjamin Wentworth]
        5 Hezekiah Hayes b. 2 Feb 1719 d. 4 Feb 1791 
          m. Margaret Cate m. as early  1744 
             [daughter of William Cate and Elizabeth Cotton]
                   	His grave stone has a Revolutionary War marker.   In his will proved 14 March
				1792, were provisions in part for his wife Margaret; sons William, Elihu, and
				Hezekiah, his daughters Tamesin, Hannah, Margaret and Mary (35 shillings each
				according to corn at four shillings per bushel). Note the three daughters all
				married sons of Ichabod and Elizabeth Hayes, first cousins.
          6 Hannah Hayes b. 24 Feb 1755 
            m. Daniel Hayes b. 24 Jun 1748 d. 11 Dec 1807 
               [son of Ichabod Hayes and Elizabeth Hayes]
            Daniel: 
                        Baptism was at the First Church, Dover,  The birth date is in question the
				06-24-1748 date has a note by it (o.s.) and another date 07-05-1748 has (n.s.)
				by it.  Gardner didn't explain the (n.s.) and (o.s.).
            7 Abigail Hayes b. 31 Dec 1779 d. 13 Jan 1834 
              m. Lemuel Hayes m. 1 Jan 1800 b. 13 Jul 1777 d. 26 Apr 1836 
                 [son of Joseph Hayes and Margaret (Peggy) Brewster]
              She married her 2nd cousin. 
              Lemuel: 
              Barrington is now Stratford, NH 
            7 William Hayes b. 22 Dec 1781 d. 18 Apr 1865 
              m. Mary "Polly" Wentworth m. 10 Nov 1811 
                 [daughter of Stephen Wentworth]
            7 Hannah Hayes b. 27 Oct 1783 d. 7 Nov 1783 
            7 Ezekial Hayes b. 24 Apr 1785 d. 22 Apr 1788 
            7 Daniel Hayes, Jr. b. 28 Jan 1787 d. 8 Apr 1858 
              m. Elizabeth "Betsey" Rundlett m. 10 Nov 1811 b. 0 Mar 1789 d. 4 Jul 1880 
              Elizabeth: 
              Daughter of Richard Rundlett, a shoemaker & tanner of Farmington, NH 
            7 Samuel Hayes b. 18 Apr 1789 d. 22 Apr 1854 
              m. Leah Rundlette Horne m. 23 Nov 1809 
                 [daughter of Moses Horne and Hannah Rollins]
            7 Elihu Hayes b. 24 Oct 1791 d. 18 Mar 1864 
              m. Martha Wentworth m. 30 Oct 1814 
                 [daughter of Ichabod Wentworth and Keziah Cook]
                        Elihu's birth date is listed as 11-02-1791 on his gravestone.  Also the death
				date is listed as 03-11-1864 by the Dover Enquirer of 02-26-1864.
            7 Wentworth Hayes b. 28 Nov 1793 d. 20 Apr 1881 
              m. Hannah Clough m. 25 Sep 1817 b. 24 Nov 1798 d. 12 Jun 1880 
              Hannah: 
                        Dover Enquirer has her death as 06-17-1798. Hannah and her husband, Wentworth,
				"are burried in a "Perpetual care" family burial ground across the road from
				the old Free Baptist Church of New Durham, NH.   (as of 1936)"
            7 Ezekial Hayes b. 27 Aug 1795 d. 29 Aug 1825 
              m. Eliza Ann Neal m. 4 Jun 1822 b. 8 Oct 1800 d. 29 Sep 1886 
              The family Bible has death as 08-30-1825. GBPickup 
            7 Hannah Hayes b. 1 Feb 1797 d. 10 Nov 1871 
              m. Eleazer Davis Chamberlain m. 11 Jun 1820 b. 25 Jul 1793 d. 10 Oct 1872 
                        Brother Ezekial Hayes' records has Hannah's birth as 01-01-1797. Dover
				Enquirer published death date as 11-16-1871.
              From: "John Hayes, A Book Of His Family" 
              
                        "They were people of means and contributed financial support to the shoemaking
				industry of Dover carried on by Cyrus Emery and Samuel Clugh Hayes, adn to the
				leather belt making industry of I. B. Williams, which became the most
				extensive of its kind in the country and (as of 1932) was still carries on by
				their descendants."
              Eleazer: 
                        George W. Chamberlain ms. has death as 10-11-1872 and the Dover Enquirer has
				death as 10-17-1872.
            7 James Hayes b. 30 Mar 1801 d. 30 Dec 1831 
              m. Julianna Berry m. 3 Jul 1828 b. 11 Jul 1808 d. 15 Sep 1874 
                 [daughter of Stephen Berry]
          6 Elizabeth Hayes 
            m. Moses Hayes 
               [son of Ichabod Hayes and Elizabeth Hayes]
          6 Tamson Hayes 
            m. Ichabod Hayes 
               [son of Ichabod Hayes and Elizabeth Hayes]
        5 Elizabeth Hayes b. 5 Apr 1722 d. 28 Oct 1795 
          m. Ichabod Hayes b. 13 Dec 1718 d. 15 Oct 1794 
             [son of Ichabod Hayes and Abigale Evans]
                    	Note: The sons married daughters of Hezekia and Margaret (Cate) Hayes.  The
				three brothers lived on adjoining farms.  Gardner Pickup's thought: "I
				imagine, that although the total population of New Hampshire had increased
				from 5,000 in 1700 to 60,000 plus in 1770 spouces were not always readily
				available.  Perhaps a reason for somewhat common marriages between first and
				second cousins."
          Ichabod: 
                    	Ref. DDSouthall, GBPickup "Owned a large estate in Dover, operated a sawmill,
				was builder and owner of merchant vessels.  Member of First Church, Corporal
				of Volunteers in Indian War. Active in town affairs. Made large purchases of
				land in Dover and Rochester.  Was original grantee of land in Wakefield, NH."
				(GBPickup)
          6 Daniel Hayes b. 24 Jun 1748 d. 11 Dec 1807 
            m. Hannah Hayes b. 24 Feb 1755 
               [daughter of Hezekiah Hayes and Margaret Cate]
                        Baptism was at the First Church, Dover,  The birth date is in question the
				06-24-1748 date has a note by it (o.s.) and another date 07-05-1748 has (n.s.)
				by it.  Gardner didn't explain the (n.s.) and (o.s.).
          6 Ichabod Hayes 
            m. Tamson Hayes 
               [daughter of Hezekiah Hayes and Margaret Cate]
          6 Moses Hayes 
            m. Elizabeth Hayes 
               [daughter of Hezekiah Hayes and Margaret Cate]
        5 Abra Hayes b. 17 Feb 1723 d. bef. 1800 
          m. John Montgomery m. early as 1752 
                    	It is presumed that Abra died before 1800 as she was not mentioned in her
				husband's will.
          John: 
                    	Among the earliest settlers of Strafford, NH.  Cleared the forest on summit
				of Strafford Ridge for their homestead.
        5 Robert Hayes b. 21 Mar 1725 d. 12 May 1769 
          m. Rachel Twombly 
          6 Joshua Hayes 
            7 Joshua Hayes 
              m. Abigail Hayes m. 17 Dec 1818 b. 7 Jul 1786 d. 25 Jun 1852 
                 [daughter of Ebenezer Hayes and Phoebe Huckins]
        5 Wentworth Hayes b. 27 Jan 1727 d. 11 Jan 1802 
          m. Mary Main m. 29 Nov 1753 b. 9 Sep 1732 d. 14 Jan 1774 
          m. Susanna (Susan Burnham) Roberts m. 13 Mar 1777 
          Mary: 
                    	Mary's father was pastor, friend and physician of the whole countryside
				throughout the Indian Wars.  He traveled the countryside on his deeds of mercy
				unmolested by indians.  When he asked them why they spared him, the reply was
				"You one good man" (Mc Duffee History of Rochester).
          Susanna: 
          Widow of John Roberts 
        5 Samuel Hayes b. 12 Mar 1729 d. 22 Apr 1776 
          m. Sarah Cate 
             [daughter of William Cate and Elizabeth Cotton]
                    	Known as "Captain Samuel".  He served as Captain in the French and Indian War
				and later in the Revolutionary War.
          6 Mary (Polly) Hayes b. 4 Oct 1774 d. 22 Apr 1838 
            m. David Hayes m. 4 Dec 1794 b. 5 Jan 1773 d. 20 May 1809 
               [son of Joseph Hayes and Margaret (Peggy) Brewster]
        5 Jonathan Hayes b. 17 Apr 1732 d. 13 Apr 1787 
          m. Mary Wingate m. 10 Mar 1760 
          Known as "Lieutenant" Jonathan. 
          Mary: 
                    	Gardner Pickup writes that Mary is the daughter of Jonathan's father's second wife.
      4 Peter Hayes b. 25 Apr 1688 d. 28 Mar 1757 
        m. Sarah Wingate m. near 1717 b. 17 Feb 1696 d. 28 Jan 1779 
        Ref. DDSouthall, GBPickup 
        Sarah: 
        Ref. DDSouthall, GBPickup 
      4 Robert Hayes b. abt. 1690 
                		Ref. DDSouthall, GBPickup It is said that he "died young, unmarried" - he was
				baptized as an adult "sick in body".
      4 Ichabod Hayes b. 18 Mar 1691 d. 1 Jul 1734 
        m. Abigale Evans m. int 07-30-1715 b. 22 Aug 1692 
           [daughter of Thomas Evans and Hannah Brown]
                		Lived in "Littleworth" Dover and Madbury, NH He was killed by a mill log at age 43.
        Abigale: 
        Her bond  04-07-1735 
        5 Sarah Hayes b. 30 Sep 1716 
          m. Nathaniel Horne m. 0 Mar 1735 
        5 Ichabod Hayes b. 13 Dec 1718 d. 15 Oct 1794 
          m. Elizabeth Hayes b. 5 Apr 1722 d. 28 Oct 1795 
             [daughter of John Hayes and Tamsen (Wentworth) Chesley]
                    	Ref. DDSouthall, GBPickup "Owned a large estate in Dover, operated a sawmill,
				was builder and owner of merchant vessels.  Member of First Church, Corporal
				of Volunteers in Indian War. Active in town affairs. Made large purchases of
				land in Dover and Rochester.  Was original grantee of land in Wakefield, NH."
				(GBPickup)
          Elizabeth: 
                    	Note: The sons married daughters of Hezekia and Margaret (Cate) Hayes.  The
				three brothers lived on adjoining farms.  Gardner Pickup's thought: "I
				imagine, that although the total population of New Hampshire had increased
				from 5,000 in 1700 to 60,000 plus in 1770 spouces were not always readily
				available.  Perhaps a reason for somewhat common marriages between first and
				second cousins."
        5 Ezekiel Hayes b. 21 Feb 1720 d. aft. 07-24-1740 
        5 Daniel Hayes b. 26 Aug 1723 d. 26 Feb 1807 
          m. Sarah Plummer m. 22 Mar 1749 b. 1 Oct 1728 d. 02-0901812 
             [daughter of Richard Plummer and Elizabeth Beard]
        5 Moses Hayes b. 30 Jan 1725 
                    	Ref. DDSouthall, GBPickup In a letter by the widow of one of Moses' grandsons
				it is written: "his grandfather settled in Rochester where he had to go out
				with his gun while Grandma milked the cow to keep the Indians from killing
				her". (GBPickup)
        5 Aaron Hayes b. 3 Mar 1727 d. 3 Jan 1793 
          m. Abigail Huckings m. 27 Sep 1752 b. 26 Feb 1735 d. 16 Feb 1772 
          m. Susanna (Susan) Keating m. 11 Oct 1772 b. 30 Apr 1733 
                    	Revolutionary Soldier, PS, Patriot. Signed Association Test 08-16-1776 Pvt.
				under Samuel Hayes on Pierce's Island; enlisted 11-05-1775 - 4 mounths.
				Selectman of Nottingham during Revolution. 1762 Bought land in Nottingham,
				home for rest of his life. Will: 06-17-1790, proven 03-21-1793; 10 children -
				To Jonathan 6 shillings.
          Abigail: 
          Ref. DDSouthall, GBPickup 
          Susanna: 
          Ref. DDSouthall, GBPickup 
          6 Phoebe Hayes b. 16 Aug 1753 
          6 Solomon Hayes b. 27 May 1755 d. 1 Jan 1807 
            m. Lois Cater m. 12 Jul 1789 b. 6 Nov 1763 d. 18 May 1849 
            Ref. DDSouthall, GBPickup 
          6 Nathaniel Hayes b. 17 Nov 1757 d. 7 Jan 1832 
            m. Elizabeth Bickford m. 18 May 1783 b. 10 Jun 1765 d. 18 Jan 1832 
            Ref. DDSouthall, GBPickup
            
                        Gardner Pickup records have Nathaniel's birth place as Notingham, NH which is
				about ten miles south of Barrington.

                        He served in the Revolitionary War, wasw in the expedition to Canada, battles
				of Trenton and Princeton, in both battles of Saratoga (he was wounded in the
				cheek in the second battle), was present at the surrender of Burgoyne, in the
				battle of Monmouth  and in several engagements while in General Sullivans
				Expedition against the Indians.

		            He had 10 children all born in Rochester. 
            Elizabeth: 
                        marriage date in question. The date given by GBPickup was 18 M 1783 so it
				could also be March 18th as well as May 18th.
          6 Abigail Hayes b. 27 Apr 1759 
          6 Aaron Hayes b. 2 Jan 1762 
            m. Lydia Spencer m. 1 Jun 1786 
            m. Phoebe Wood m. 2 Jan 1809 
                        Ref. DDSouthall, GBPickup Gardner Pickup records hold that Aaron's birth place
				was Nottingham, NH which is 8.5 miles south of Barrington. Arron served in the
				Revolutionary War.
          6 Jonathan Hayes b. 10 Jan 1764 
            m. Susanna Woodman m. 19 Mar 1786 b. 1766 d. 1850 
                        In the 1790 census of New Durham, NH he was head of family of one male under
				16 and 2 females.  In the 1800 census of New Durham he was not listed.
				Probably went to Maine.
            Susanna: 
		            Died in Ebenezer Benson's home age 84 afteh the 1850 census had been done. 
            7 Hannah Joy Hayes b. 1 Feb 1792 d. 12 Jun 1869 
              m. Ebenezer Benson m. 3 Oct 1811 b. 9 Feb 1791 d. 20 Jun 1854 
                 [son of James Benson and ___________ Bickford]
              Ebenezer: 
              Burried NE side of road 9 mi. SE of Free Will Baptist Church. 
              8 Sarah J. Benson b. 1812 d. 28 Oct 1845 
              8 Maria W. Benson b. 1818 
              8 James E. Benson b. 27 Aug 1820 d. 2 Aug 1904 
                m. Martha J Moses m. 30 Nov 1842 b. 1820 d. 1905 
              8 Cyrus Irving Benson b. 24 Mar 1824 d. 10 Apr 1903 
                m. Amanda M. Cole m. 25 Oct 1848 
              8 Lucinda B. Benson b. 29 May 1830 d. 3 Jul 1904 
                m. John Levi Stone m. 1 Oct 1854 b. 18 Jul 1828 d. 11 Feb 1907 
                   [son of Levi Stone, Jr. and Olive Boothby]
                9 Arthur Hanscom Stone b. 13 Jul 1855 d. 3 Apr 1893 
                  m. Mary __________ 
                9 Fannie Stone b. 31 Aug 1856 d. 7 Feb 1940 
                  m. Tristram Hurd Doe m. 26 Oct 1879 b. 18 Jul 1844 d. 12 Aug 1927 
                     [son of Joseph G. Doe and Louisa R Hurd]
                        Boarded summer vacationers from the Boston area.   Her sons tore down and
				built a large farmhouse so she could earn money this way.
                 Tristram: 
                        During the Civil War he "bought his time", as he was not yet 21, from his
				father for $700.00.  Then he went to work in the powder mills at Gorham, ME
				that was providing powder for the Union Army.
                  10 George Arthur Doe b. 6 Jan 1883 d. 13 Jan 1971 
                    m. Anna Pawlovski m. 1926 
                    m. Margaret Paul 
                  10 Ethel Elizabeth Doe b. 28 Oct 1884 d. 21 Jul 1973 
                    m. John Leavitt m. 1908 
                  10 Charles Tristram Doe b. 18 Dec 1886 d. 6 Apr 1961 
                    m. Mary Lucy Stinson m. 15 Nov 1919 b. 5 Mar 1884 d. 13 Feb 1980 
                    11 Donna Stinson (details excluded) 
                       m. Donald Lee Southall 
                    11 Silas Jackson Stinson b. 1 Jan 1925 d. 1 Mar 1984 
                  10 Harrison Francis Doe b. 2 Mar 1889 
                  10 Maude Lucinda Doe b. 10 Jun 1893 d. 1 Jul 1986 
                    m. Alfred R. Delan m. 20 Jul 1948 b. 1880 d. 1953 
                9 Maryetta Stone b. 16 Jan 1858 d. 10 Sep 1915 
                  m. John "Walter" Wentworth m. 26 May 1885 
                9 Elmer E. Stone b. 22 Nov 1859 d. 01-1924 
                9 Leonard L. Stone b. 13 Apr 1863 d. 5 Jul 1938 
                  m. Mary Flanders m. abt. 1895 
                9 Florinda Stone b. 6 Mar 1867 d. 31 Jan 1920 
                  m. Frank Wentworth m. 23 Aug 1893 
              8 Hannah N. Benson b. 1831 
          6 Ezekiel Hayes b. 7 Aug 1766 d. 17 Feb 1854 
            m. Betty Woodman m. 0 Jan 1792 
            Betty: 
                        Betty was the daughter of Jonathan and Patience (Chesley) Woodman. Ezekiel and
				Betty had at least 4 children.
          6 Sarah Hayes b. 23 Oct 1769 
            m. Charles Mc Coy m. 17 Jul 1800 
            Ref. DDSouthall, GBPickup 
          6 Susanna Hayes b. 30 Jun 1773 d. 30 Aug 1773 
          6 Hannah Hayes b. 20 Jul 1774 d. 1 May 1819 
            m. Paul Twombly m. 6 Feb 1799 
            Paul: 
            Ref. DDSouthall, GBPickup 
          6 Susanna Hayes b. 25 Nov 1775 d. 0 Apr 1844 
            m. John Boodey m. 6 Feb 1799 b. 1 Jan 1777 d. 18 Apr 1815 
            Ref. DDSouthall, GBPickup 
        5 Abigail Hayes b. 28 Aug 1730 
        5 Hannah Hayes b. 5 Jan 1735 d. 11 Aug 1808 
          m. William Wentworth m. 1755 b. 20 Oct 1730 d. 20 Oct 1798 
             [son of Ephraim Wentworth]
                    	Ref. DDSouthall, GBPickup Editorial note by George Estey:  The above birth
				date is in question by the two references; DDSouthall has 1735/36 and GBPickup
				has 1734/5.  My observation is it must be 1735 for the birth to occur
				posthumously of father Ichabod.
          William: 
                    	Ref. DDSouthall, GBPickup William was in the battle of Bunker Hill and served
				more or less through the Revolutionary War.
      4 Samuel Hayes b. 16 Mar 1694 d. 1770 
        m. Leah Dam m. 20 Jul 1720 
        m. Widow Joanna Critchett m. early as 1754 
        m. Abigail (Hodgdon) Thomas m. 31 Aug 1769 
                		Ref. DDSouthall, GBPickup Gardner Pickup believes his death to be about 1777
				as a lenghthy inventory of his estate was submitted to probate 20 July 1777.
        Leah: 
                		Ref. DDSouthall, GBPickup Gardner Pickup has other marriage dates as well as
				the one indicated.  They are 11-23-1720 and 11-30-1720.  It is clear the a
				marriage took place in 1720 but the month and day are in question.
        5 Martha Hayes 
		            Martha married a Mr. Pinkham 
        5 Mary Hayes 
          			Mary married a  Mr. Nute 
      4 William Hayes b. 6 Sep 1698 d. btn 1742 & 1748 
        m. Hannah Sanborn m. 23 Nov 1720 
           [daughter of Stephen Sanborn and Hannah Philbrick]
                		Ref. DDSouthall GBPickup Rev. Jonathan Cushing was the minister for the First
				Chirch, Dover A deed of his son William dated 8 Mar. 1847/8 refers to him as
				"lately deceased".
        Hannah: 
        			Ref. DDSouthall, GBPickup Hannah and William had five children born in Dover 
        5 Phebe Hayes b. 1728 d. 1786 
          m. Chase Taylor b. 1727/28 d. 1805 
          6 Chase Taylor Jr. b. 1752 d. 1776 
          6 Nathan Taylor b. 1754 
          6 William Taylor b. 1757 d. 1863 
            m. Jenny Smith b. 1758 d. 1820 
            7 John Sanborn Taylor b. 1758 d. 1863 
              m. Catherine Black b. 1789 d. 1879 
              8 Oren T. Taylor b. 1831 d. 1890 
                m. Caroline A. Clough b. 1837 d. 1907 
                   [daughter of John Holman Clough and Eliza Haskell]
                9 Ephraim Orin Taylor b. 1871 d. 1937 
                  m. Ragna Restad b. 1872 d. 1919 
                  10 Doris May Taylor b. 1903 d. 1972 
                    m. Melvin Roeder b. 1901 d. 1976 
                    11 Patricia Anne Roeder (details excluded) 
                       m. Orland Albert DeCiccio (details excluded) 
          6 Thomas Taylor b. 1759 d. 1776 
          6 Hannah Taylor b. 1761 
            m. Johnathan Perkins 
          6 Jeremiah Taylor b. 1764 
          6 Anna Taylor b. 1766 d. 1776 
          6 Mary Taylor b. 1769 
            m. Ephraim Hackett 
          6 Phoebe Taylor b. 1771 
            m. Ephraim Fogg 
      4 Benjamin Hayes b. 24 Oct 1700 d. 16 May 1756 
        m. Jane (Jean) (Snell) Heard m. abt 1725 
        Jane: 
        		Widow of Tristram Heard and grand daughter of Capt. George Snell 
      4 Abigail Hayes b. _____ d. 12 Jun 1738 
        m. Nathanial Fitts or Phipps m. 10 May 1720 
      4 Mary Hayes 
        m. Henry Ambrose m. int. 09-26-1724 
      4 Elizabeth Hayes 
        m. John Ambrose m. 6 Mar 1729 
    3 William Horne b. 11 May 1674 d. sp. 1697 
    3 Thomas Horne b. 8 Nov 1676 
      m. Judith Ricker m. 14 Apr 1699 b. 1 Feb 1680 
      m. Esther Hodgdon 
      		He was baptized with his 8 children 10-13-1734. 
      4 Sarah Horne 
      4 William Horne 
      4 Thomas Horne 
      4 Ichabad Horne b. 25 Jun 1710 
                	He signed a petition as a resident of Dover, June 25, 1732/3.  His wife's name
			is unknown, perhaps Sarah?.
        5 Nathan Horne 
        5 Mary Horne 
        5 Paul Horne 
        5 Ebenezer Horne 
        5 Sarah Horne 
        5 Daniel Horne b. 1752 
          m. Deborah Young m. 20 Oct 1784 
          Was a Revolutionary War soldier. 
          6 Elizabeth Horne 
          6 Polly Horne 
          6 Meshach Horne b. 12 Jun 1792 
            Twin of Frederick. 
          6 Frederick Horne b. 12 Jun 1792 
            m. Olive Nelea m. 1817 
            m. Polly Chamberlain 
            Twin of Meshach, 
            7 Ivory Horne 
            7 Joseph Horne 
            7 Mary A. Horne 
            7 Newell Horne 
            7 Jacob Horne 
            7 Lucy Horne 
            7 Clarissa Horne 
          6 Thomas Horne 
          6 Daniel Horne, Jr. 
          6 George Horne 
          6 John Horne 
          6 Willim A. Horne 
        5 Jonathan Horne 
      4 George Horne 
      4 Judith Horne 
      4 Margaret Horne 
      4 Samuel Horne 
    3 Margaret Horne b. 10 May 1679 d. 1697 
    3 Elizabeth Horne b. 1681 
      m. Moses Kimmin 
    3 Mercy Horne b. 1683 
      m. Joseph Evans m. 6 Apr 1704 b. 4 Jun 1682 d. bef. 02-21-1751 
         	[son of Capt. Robert Evans and Anne (Heard) Hanson]
      	Her name is also written Marcy 
      Joseph: 
            Before his father's homestead came to him, he had established his own farther
		inland, naw called Wyanoke Farm on Littleworth Rd. Settled in Madbury, NH on
		main road to Barrington.
      4 Robert Evans b. 11 Jan 1704 d. by 1758 
        m. Elizabeth _____________ m. 1737 
        Lived in Madbury near Barrington line then moved to Stratford, NH. 
        5 Sarah Evans b. 9 Dec 1738 d. aft. 1802 
          m. Joseph Buzzell m. 25 Feb 1755 b. 5 Jun 1728 d. 29 Nov 1807 
             [son of John Bussey, Jr. and Sarah Wibird]
          		A second reference holds the marriage date to be 03-17-1755. 
          Joseph: 
                  Ref. DDSouthall, EOrcutt 1759 served as soldier in place of a Quaker. 1775
			served in Capt. Gillman's Company from Exeter, NH Deacon of New Durham Church.
			His mother, Sarah, lived with hin and died while in his care. Buzzell Ave. in
			Exeter named for this family.
          6 Deborah Buzzell b. 28 Nov 1755 
            m. William Wingate m. 25 Nov 1779 
          6 Robert Evans Buzzell b. 3 Dec 1757 
          6 Andrew Buzzell b. 11 May 1760 
          6 John B. Buzzell b. 11 Mar 1762 
          6 Abigail Buzzell b. 18 Jul 1764 
            m. Simon Mason 
          6 Dorothy Buzzell b. 18 Jan 1766 d. 20 Oct 1854 
            m. Isaac Chamberlain m. 30 Mar 1788 
          6 Charity Buzzell b. 3 Sep 1768 
            m. Joseph Davis 
            m. Isaac Demerit 
          6 Sarah Buzzell b. 10 Jan 1771 
            m. Theophilus Gilman m. 4 Oct 1796 
            Ref. DDSouthall, EOrcutt 
          6 Joseph Buzzell b. 4 Dec 1772 
          6 Elizabeth Buzzell b. 10 Jan 1775 
          6 Lydia C. Buzzell b. 20 Mar 1777 d. 14 Jan 1859 
            m. Tristram Hurd 
            7 Louisa R Hurd b. 10 Jun 1812 d. 1879 
              m. Joseph G. Doe m. 4 May 1839 b. 4 Jan 1810 d. 28 Nov 1868 
                 [son of Jeremiah (Jeremy) Doe and Sarah Garland]
              8 Howard Hurd Doe b. 1 Mar 1841 d. 24 Feb 1929 
              8 Ellen Mary Doe b. 20 Feb 1843 d. 23 Oct 1868 
                Died of Typhoid Fever.  Her son was adopted by Ellen's parents. 
                9 Orestes Topliff b. 3 Mar 1864 
                        When he was 4 years old his mother, Ellen, died of Typhoid Fever.  His
				grandfather also died of the fever.  He became a lawyer, lived in Franklin,
				MA, raised a family, wrote a book on vital statistics of Franklin, MA.
              8 Tristram Hurd Doe b. 18 Jul 1844 d. 12 Aug 1927 
                m. Fannie Stone m. 26 Oct 1879 b. 31 Aug 1856 d. 7 Feb 1940 
                   [daughter of John Levi Stone and Lucinda B. Benson]
                        During the Civil War he "bought his time", as he was not yet 21, from his
				father for $700.00.  Then he went to work in the powder mills at Gorham, ME
				that was providing powder for the Union Army.
                Fannie: 
                        Boarded summer vacationers from the Boston area.   Her sons tore down and
				built a large farmhouse so she could earn money this way.
          6 Jonathan Buzzell b. 17 Sep 1779 
          6 David Buzzell b. 14 Aug 1782 
        5 William Evans 
        5 ________ Evans 
        5 ________ Evans 
        5 ________ Evans 
        5 ________ Evans 
      4 John Evans b. 3 Feb 1705 d. 1785/6 
		        Scalped by Indians 1725 but lived to the age of 80. 
      4 Joseph Evans b. 28 Mar 1708 d. 16 Dec 1786 
        m. Elizabeth Hanson 
      4 William Evans b. 9 Feb 1711 d. 25 Sep 1725 
      4 Daniel Evans b. 28 Jun 1715 
      4 Mercy Evans b. 6 Dec 1717 
        m. Paul Hayes m. Bef 1744 b. 16 Sep 1713 d. 9 Apr 1776 
           [son of John Hayes and Tamsen (Wentworth) Chesley]
        Ref.  GBPickup, DDSouthall
        
        		Her name also recorded as Marcy. 
        
                	DDSouthall's records state that Mercy was "not in father's will" but  GBPickup
			states that his mother's records indicate "Joseph Evans will, 3 Dec. 1750
			mentions "my daughter Mercy Hayes" to have 100 out of my estate".
        Paul: 
                	Gardner Pickup's data on Paul and Mercy's marriage has the marrage occuring
			sometime between April 18, 1741 and 1744.
      4 Mary Evans b. 6 Mar 1720 
                	DDSouthall has Mary as wife of a Hayes. No first name. GBPickup states that he
			can find no record of her marriage to a Hayes and suspects that information on
			Mercy and Mary got mixed.
  2 Mary Clough b. 30 Jul 1644 
  2 Sarah Clough b. 28 Jun 1646 d. 18 Mar 1706 
    m. Daniel Merrill m. 14 May 1667 b. 20 Aug 1642 d. 22 Jun 1717 
       		[son of Nathaniel Merrill and Susanna Wolterton]
	        	Ref. DBStevens, EKTrue, BAMerrill Donald B. Stevens of Delmar, NY is a
			descendant. Blaine A. Merrill's records show Sarah's birth date as 06-28-1644.
			NOTE: the above reference names are all from large family names in history of
			New Hampsire seacoast according to Eugene Orcutt.
    Daniel: 
    			Ref . DBStevens, EKTrue, BAMerrill
    
			From "A Merrill Memorial" by Samuel Merrill (provided by BAMerrill)
    
        		Daniel was a carpenter as well as a farmer and continued to own a homestead in
			Newbury, which descended to his eldest son, Daniel, by will, beside the
			Salisbury homestead which his youngest son inherited.  In 1665 he was one of
			those called upon and did take the oath of allegiance to the King in a
			modified form.  His name appears among those who took the oath, "as it is
			established within the kingdom of England" in 1678.  He was admitted to the
			Newbury church in 1681 and to the Salisbury church at a later date.  He was a
			Freeman 7 May 1684.

        		In a list of "Soldiers under ye command of Capt. Tho Noyes" in 1688 is the
			name of Daniel Merrill.  He is called "Sergt. Merrill" in papers of that time.
			In the "Invoices of August" 1688 Daniel Merrill's list enumerates two heads
			(persons); two houses; twelve acres plow land; two horses; two oxen; five
			cows; eight younger cattle; thirty sheep and six dogs; "  showing him to be in
			very comfortable circumstances.

        		He died 27 June 1717 in Salisbury wether he had moved between 1696 and 1701.
			His will was made 10 May and was probated 12 July 1717.

    3 Daniel Merrill b. 15 Mar 1671 
    3 John Merrill b. 7 Oct 1674 
    3 Ruth Merrill b. 7 Feb 1674 
    3 Sarah Merrill b. 15 Oct 1677 
      m. Deacon William Morse 
      Ref. BAMerrill, PCAlger 
      4 Martha Morse 
        m. Lt. Wells Chase m. 6 Aug 1734 
      4 Hannah Morse 
        m. John Darling 
    3 Moses Merrill b. 3 Sep 1682 d. 17 Jan 1756 
      m. Mary Clough b. 8 Apr 1677 d. 13 Dec 1760 
         [daughter of John Clough and Mercy Page]
            	Ref. - OFOS&A, PPKettler, PGreene, BAMerrill On may 20, 1710 Moses and Mary
			joined the Salisbury Congregational Church. He became a Deacon of that church.
			They lived in a section of Salisbury called "Pitch Pine Plain".  In 1920 the
			location was described as "Near the ancient cemetary which lies 1 1/2 miles
			north from East Salisbury Village, where the road going west to Amesbury and
			South Hampton branches off from the road north to Seabrook."
      Mary: 
      	Ref. - OFOS&A, PPKettler, PGreen 
      4 Apphia Merrill b. 25 Dec 1704 
        m. Ebenezer Collins m. 2 Mar 1724 
      4 Sarah Merrill b. 7 Apr 1706 
        m. Capt. Thomas Bradbury, II m. 16 Apr 1724 b. 16 Aug 1699 d. 1775 
        Ref. PPKettler. PGreene 
        5 William Bradbury, II b. 5 May 1738 d. 1784 
          m. Susanna Hopkinson (details excluded) 
          6 Elizabeth Bradbury b. 17 Jul 1776 d. 28 Jul 1866 
            m. Isaac Small m. 7 Nov 1805 b. 27 Oct 1779 d. 6 Jun 1859 
            7 Hannah DeLano Small b. 22 Dec 1814 
              m. James Stevens b. 16 Mar 1804 d. 23 Dec 1865 
              8 Mary Elizibeth Stevens b. 24 Mar 1858 d. 29 Dec 1932 
                m. Frank H. Plummer m. 7 Aug 1883 b. 10 Jul 1842 d. 20 Apr 1932 
                9 Carl Stevens Plummer b. 18 Aug 1884 d. 13 Apr 1959 
                  m. Bernice Barnard m. 16 Jun 1909 
                  10 Phyllis Barnard Plummer (details excluded) 
                    m. Raymond Kettler b. 26 Jun 1912 d. 21 Jan 1993 
      4 Moses Merrill b. 28 Dec 1707 d. 9 Apr 1795 
        m. Sarah True m. 11 Dec 1729 
        m. Mary Bartlett m. 3 Nov 1791 
      4 Mary Merrill b. 25 Oct 1709 d. 17 Feb 1726 
      4 Samuel Merrill b. 20 Jun 1711 d. 12 Jul 1801 
        m. Anna Evans m. 10 Dec 1734 b. abt. 1710 d. 30 Apr 1772 
           [daughter of John Evans and Mary Tapan]
        5 Sarah Merrill b. 5 Jan 1735 
        5 Samuel Merrill b. 21 May 1739 d. 20 Jul 1800 
          m. Mary _______ 
        5 Benjamin Merrill b. 17 Feb 1740 d. 7 Apr 1824 
        5 Judah Merrill b. 12-1742 
        5 Anna Merrill b. 28 Oct 1744 
        5 John Merrill b. 1746 d. 1801 
          m. Anna Hammon m. 1768 b. 1746 d. 1801 
             [daughter of John Hammon and Patience Weber]
          6 Jeremiah Merrill b. 1780 d. 1848 
            m. Priscilla Atwood m. 1803 b. 1783 d. 1869 
            7 Rufus Merrill b. 1808 d. 1893 
              m. Mary Starbird b. 1810 d. 1864 
                 [daughter of John Starbird and Sally Tobey]
              8 Louisa Merrill b. 1831 d. 1896 
                m. Albert F. Baldwin m. 1850 b. 1827 d. 1888 
                9 Addie Baldwin b. 1855 d. 1903 
                  m. Levi Green m. 1881 b. 1832 d. 1898 
                  10 Benjamin Franklin Green b. 1884 d. 1947 
                    m. Pheobe Paradis b. 1886 d. 1946 
                    11 Edward Leroy Green b. 1906 d. 1983 
                       m. Elizabeth Alice White m. 1934 
                      12 Prescott Greene (details excluded) 
        5 Mary Merrill b. 20 Feb 1748 
        5 Hannah Merrill b. 18 Oct 1751 
        5 Elizabeth Merrill b. 26 Dec 1753 
      4 Mercy Merrill b. 4 Nov 1713 
        m. Samuel Clark m. 1 Feb 1735 
      4 Betty Merrill b. 18 Nov 1715 
        m. Humphrey Merrill m. 10 Dec 1741 
      4 Jacob Merrill b. 25 Sep 1719 d. 25 May 1721 
      4 Benjamin Merrill b. 16 Feb 1720 
      4 Daniel Merrill b. 27 Apr 1723 
        m. Elizabeth (Betsey) Clough m. 8 Nov 1738 b. 28 Dec 1720 
           [daughter of Zacheus Clough and Sarah Page]
        m. Anna ________ 
        Ref. EKTrue, PGreene 
        Elizabeth: 
        Ref. EKTrue, PGreene, DLMinarik 
    3 Martha Merrill b. 9 Sep 1683 
    3 Stephen Merrill b. 16 Sep 1688 d. bef. 06-04-1755 
  2 John Clough b. 9 Mar 1648 d. 19 Apr 1718 
    m. Mercy Page m. 13 Nov 1674 b. 1 Apr 1655 d. 25 Jan 1719 
       [daughter of John Page and Mary Marsh]
        Ref. DBStevens, OFOS&A, ARClough, CGRump, PGreene ath of Allegiance and
Fidelity 1677 and he was on record as a freeman in 1699. ARClough letter
states John's birth date is 03-06-1649
    Mercy: 
        		Ref. - DBStevens, PPKettler, SCluff Admitted to the Salisbury church
			09-06-1691.   Her will was made May 1718 and proved May of the following year.
			Married the same day as her brother Cornelius in a double Page/Clough wedding.

    3 Benoni Clough b. 23 May 1675 d. 22 Feb 1757 
      m. Hannah Merrill m. 1715 b. 12 Jul 1672 
            Ref.  OFOS&A, CRClarke, EOrcutt, PGreene Soldier of Salisbury.  Later moved to
		Kensington, NH Eugene Orcutt holds that Benoni settled in Kingston, NH with
		two brothers in 1694.  Served in the malitia out of Kingston.
      Hannah: 
      Ref. OFOS&A, DNCluff 
      4 Benjamin Clough b. 25 Sep 1694 
        Ref. OFOS&A, EOrcutt Removed to Boscowen, NH 
      4 Ichabod Clough b. 29 Jun 1697 d. 24 Dec 1745 
        m. Rebecca Clough m. 20 Dec 1722 b. 3 Jun 1696 d. 10 Aug 1749 
           [daughter of Thomas Clough and Ruth Conner]
            REF. LDS:2POV-79, MEFillmore, DNCluff, EOrcutt Removed to Lee and then Durham,
		NH - Raised in Kingston as a child.  Early church member.
        Rebecca: 
        Ref. OFOS&A, EKTrue, DNCluff 
        5 Elijah Clough b. 5 Jun 1724 
        5 Ezekiel Clough b. 15 Aug 1726 d. 1743 
        5 Zaccheus Clough b. 12 Jun 1728 d. 1810 
          m. Love Meader m. 1752 b. 1734 d. 1827 
          6 John Clough b. 10 May 1756 d. 1826 
            m. Lois ________ 
          6 David Clough b. 6 Jun 1758 
            m. Margaret Page 
          6 Benjamin Clough b. 1 Aug 1760 
          6 William Clough b. 5 Dec 1768 d. 31 Aug 1853 
            m. Susannah Runnells or Runels m. 14 Feb 1793 b. 4 Jul 1773 d. 25 Nov 1865 
               [daughter of Job Runnells and Sarah Ellison]
            Susannah: 
            Ref. DNCluff, VRabin 
            7 Salley Clough b. 11 Apr 1793 d. 19 Apr 1869 
            7 David Cluff b. 20 Jun 1795 d. 6 Dec 1881 
              m. Elizabeth (Betsey) Hall m. 11 Jan 1824 b. 10 Jul 1805 d. 5 Jun 1881 
              m. Sarah Pippen 
              m. __________ Garlick 
              m. Hannah Chapman 
              8 Lavina Cluff b. 17 Oct 1824 d. 1 Apr 1910 
                m. George Hyrum Sweet m. 1846 
              8 David Cluff b. 26 Jul 1826 d. 3 Oct 1883 
                m. Margaret Jane Moulton m. 19 Apr 1851 
                m. Sarah Ann Flemming 
                m. Eliza Langman 
                m. Annis Hulda 
              8 Moses Cluff b. 11 Feb 1828 d. 30 Jan 1903 
                m. Rebecca Cula Langman m. 25 Dec 1856 b. 28 Aug 1833 d. 1 Oct 1913 
                   [daughter of John Langman and Rebecca Schooler]
                m. Anna Bond m. 14 Feb 1857 b. 24 July 1840 d. 29 Jan 1907 
                m. Margaret Jane Johnson m. 22 Apr 1857 b. 12 Aug 1840 d. 21 Feb 1920 
                m. Elisa Arnette Foster 
                Rebecca: 
                Ref. DNCluff, JCGS Vol. II 
                Anna: 
                Ref. VRabin, JCGS Vol. II 
                Elisa: 
                        Ref. VRabin, JCGS Vol. II The JCGS Voll II has the fourth wife as being Eliza
				Langman, sister of first wife Rebecca.  VRabin's records says the her name was
				Eliza Arnette Foster.
                9 Rebecca Josephine b. 10 May 1858 d. 17 Jun 1945 
                9 John Henry Cluff b. 18 Jan 1864 d. 20 Mar 1925 
                  m. Margaret Alice Ferrin m. 18 Oct 1884 b. 18 Apr 1869 d. 21 Oct 1904 
                  10 Archibald Carlile Cluff b. 16 Apr 1890 d. 20 Apr 1936 
                    m. Vennus Johanna Nielsen m. 2 Oct 1914 b. 6 Jul 1894 d. 7 Jul 1960 
                    11 Dale "N" Cluff 
                       m. Beatrice Rae Marks b. 24 Dec 1926 d. 24 Aug 1986 
              8 Benjamin Cluff b. 20 Mar 1830 
                m. Mary Ellen Foster 
                m. Sarah Eggerson 
              8 William Wallace Cluff b. 8 Mar 1832 
                m. Ann Whipple 
              8 Joseph Clough b. 11 Jan 1834 d. 4 Jun 1914 
                m. Phoebe Elizabeth Runnell m. 28 Apr 1857 
              8 Harvey Cluff b. 9 Jan 1836 
                m. Margaret Ann Foster m. 24 Jan 1857 
              8 Samuel Cluff b. 27 Sep 1837 
                m. Francis Amelia Worsley 
                m. Olive Catherine Hill 
              8 Hyrum Cluff b. 9 Apr 1841 d. 14 May 1923 
                m. Mary Ellen Worsley m. 21 Jan 1868 
              8 Henry Cluff b. 15 Feb 1843 d. 16 Jan 1931 
                m. Keziah Russell m. 9 Nov 1865 b. 12 Jan 1844 d. 16 Jan 1915 
                   [daughter of Richard Russell and Hannah Underhill]
                9 Ada Leonora Cluff b. 6 Aug 1866 d. 13 Jun 1913 
                  m. George F. Moulton m. 17 Dec 1885 
                9 Lillie Mae Cluff b. 28 May 1868 d. 20 Oct 1950 
                        Ref. VRabin, JCGS Vol. I JCGS has name as Lilley May and birth date as 05-25-1868
                9 Henry Russell Cluff b. 3 Dec 1869 d. 1958 
                  m. Lovina McDonald m. 12 Oct 1887 
                9 Evelyn Cluff b. 14 Aug 1872 
                  m. James Hugh McDonald m. 23 Oct 1894 
                9 Charles Richard Cluff b. 7 Feb 1874 d. 23 Jun 1954 
                  m. Emma McDonald m. 16 Oct 1900 
                9 Hattie Cluff b. 19 Jan 1878 d. 13 Oct 1879 
                  Ref. VRabin, JCGS Vol. I JCGS has birth date as 01-19-1876. 
                9 Eleanor Cluff b. 28 Feb 1878 d. 27 Jan 1956 
                  m. George Woolstenhulme 
                  m. Morini Moulton 
                9 William David Cluff b. 24 Apr 1880 d. ? 
                  m. Mable Bates m. 14 Feb 1903 
                9 Hyrum Fredrick cluff b. 22 Jan 1882 d. ? 
                  m. Margaret Taylor 
                9 John Robert Cluff b. 24 Nov 1883 d. 9 Mar 1967 
                  m. Myrtle Jones m. 25 Mar 1908 b. 1 Jan 1890 d. 18 Aug 1959 
                     [daughter of Benjamin E. Jones, Jr. and Louisa Tonks]
                  10 John Verle Cluff b. 16 Dec 1908 d. 29 Jul 1986 
                    m. Florence Georgia Valentine m. 22 Nov 1931 b. 22 Feb 1911 d. 20 Aug 1965 
                       [daughter of Charles Bertrum Valentine and Minerva Dille]
                    11 Myrtle Verlene Cluff (details excluded) 
                       m. John Louis Towne, Jr. 
                       m. Leo Alexander Rabin 
                      12 John Louis Towne (details excluded) 
                         m. Mary Lou Hendrikse (details excluded) 
                        13 Justin Towne (details excluded) 
                           m. Tammy Lynn Woodruff 
                        13 Joey Towne (details excluded) 
                        13 Jessica Towne (details excluded) 
                      12 James Lynn Towne (details excluded) 
                         m. Ruth Harries (details excluded) 
                            [daughter of Garth Harries and Pearl Keogh]
                        13 Madeleine Towne (details excluded) 
                        13 Abigail Joy Towne (details excluded) 
                    11 Robert Mondell Clough (details excluded) 
                       m. Joyce Frizell 
                    11 Ronald Verl Cluff (details excluded) 
                       m. Elizabeth Ann Mercer 
                    11 Deann Cluff (details excluded) 
                       m. Jerry White 
                    11 Barbara Jean Cluff (details excluded) 
                       m. Everett Wolf 
                    11 Jack Bradley Cluff (details excluded) 
                  10 Veda Myrtle Cluff (details excluded) 
                    m. Nolen Tompson 
                  10 Bernice Louis Cluff b. 2 Oct 1914 d. 8 Oct 1980 
                    m. Wendell Crandal m. 5 Oct 1931 
                    m. Hap Linville 
                  10 Russell Cluff (details excluded) 
                    m. Edna Beattie 
                  10 Norma Marie Cluff (details excluded) 
                    m. Edwin Gayon 
                9 Albert Edward Cluff b. 6 Oct 1885 d. 6 Jun 1887 
              8 Alfred A. Cluff b. 1 Nov 1844 
                m. Jane Foster m. 21 Dec 1868 
              8 Orson Cluff b. 17 Aug 1848 
                m. Harriet Ann Bean 
            7 Benjamin Clough b. 3 Sep 1798 d. 6 Oct 1865 
              m. Eliza A. Magoon 
            7 Jerry Clough b. 21 Mar 1801 
            7 Susannah Clough b. 19 Feb 1806 
            7 William Clough b. 22 Jun 1808 d. INFANT 
            7 Betsey Clough b. 23 Dec 1810 d. 1 Mar 1860 
              m. John Fogg 
              Ref. VRabin, JCGS Vol. I JCGS has her name as Bette. 
            7 William Clough b. 22 Aug 1813 d. 27 Sep 1835 
            7 Lucinda Clough b. 26 Jun 1816 d. 9 Sep 1852 
          6 Susanna Clough b. abt. 1770 
            m. David Cram 
            Ref. VRabin, JCGS Vol. I JCGS has birth as abt. 1765. 
          6 Abigail Clough b. abt 1772 d. 17 Jan 1815 
            Ref. VRabin, JCGS Vol. I JCGS has birth after 1770. Unmarried. 
          6 Nathaniel Clough b. abt. 1776 d. 26 Nov 1808 
            Ref. VRabin, JCGS Vol. I JCGS has birth abt. 1753 
        5 Elisha Clough 
        5 David Clough b. 6 Apr 1730 
        5 Jonathan Clough b. 8 Nov 1731 
        5 Ruth Clough b. 1733 d. 1745 
        5 Hannah Clough b. _____ d. 1744 
        5 Martha Clough b. _____ d. 1762 
      4 Nathan Clough b. 1 Feb 1699 
        m. Rachel Brown m. 25 Oct 1722 
      4 Ezekiel Clough b. 24 May 1702 
        m. Sarah Brown m. 19 May 1725 
                	Ref. MEFillmore, EOrcutt Moved to Epping, NH His son married a daughter of his
			brother Joseph's son, Jonathan.
      4 Lydia Clough b. 20 Feb 1703 d. 16 Aug 1706 
      4 Nehemiah Clough b. 18 Apr 1706 
      4 Joseph Clough b. 25 Aug 1708 
        m. Hannah __________ 
        m. Susanna ___________ m. 16 May 1731 b. 16 Mar 1712 
        Resided in Salem, MA 
        5 Judith Clough b. 28 Apr 1732 
        5 Jonathan Clough b. 17 Feb  1734 d. 12 Aug 1816 
          m. Elizabeth Thompson 
                  Ref. MEFillmore, EOrcutt Moved to Loudon, NH (c.1771).  A blacksmith who made
			scythes and axes. One of his daughter's married his uncle Ezeliel's son.
          6 Joseph Clough b. 17 Aug 1757 d. 28 Jul 1850 
            m. Miriam Clough b. 29 Oct 1760 
               [daughter of Ezekiel Clough and Miriam Thompson]
          6 Nathan Clough b. 3 Mar 1759 
          6 Susanna Clough b. 1760 
          6 Sarah Clough b. 27 Nov 1761 
          6 Jonathan Clough b. 23 Mar 1764 d. 3 Feb 1850 
            m. Betsey Epping b. ca. 1770 d. 10 Feb 1861 
          6 John Clough b. 11 Mar 1766 
          6 Love Clough b. 23 Aug 1767 
        5 Susan Clough b. 10 Mar 1735 
        5 Hannah Clough b. 2 Oct 1736 
        5 Eliza Clough b. 6 Dec 1737 
        5 Lydia Clough b. 14 Jan 1739 
        5 Sarah Clough b. 15 Feb 1739 
        5 Nehemiah Clough b. 3 Jul 1741 
          m. Sally 
          Ref. MEFillmore, EOrcutt Married first cousin. 
        5 Joseph Clough b. 22 Nov 1744 
          Went to Boscawen. 
        5 Jacob Clough b. 3 Jan 1746 
        5 Eunice Clough b. 19 Jan 1747 
        5 John Clough b. 1 Mar 1749 
          Went to Loudon. 
        5 David Clough b. 19 Dec 1750 
          		Settled in Henniker; was Deacon of the church and prominent in town affairs. 
        5 Jacob Clough b. 19 Dec 1753 
          This is the second Jacob of Joseph & Susanna 
      4 Jacob Clough b. 5 Jun 1710 
        m. Mehitable Flanders m. 29 Jan 1735 
      4 Judith Clough b. 5 Jul 1712 
        m. Jacob Thompson m. 16 Feb 1743 
    3 Mary Clough b. 8 Apr 1677 d. 13 Dec 1760 
      m. Moses Merrill b. 3 Sep 1682 d. 17 Jan 1756 
         [son of Daniel Merrill and Sarah Clough]
      Ref. - OFOS&A, PPKettler, PGreen 
      Moses: 
            	Ref. - OFOS&A, PPKettler, PGreene, BAMerrill On may 20, 1710 Moses and Mary
			joined the Salisbury Congregational Church. He became a Deacon of that church.
			They lived in a section of Salisbury called "Pitch Pine Plain".  In 1920 the
			location was described as "Near the ancient cemetary which lies 1 1/2 miles
			north from East Salisbury Village, where the road going west to Amesbury and
			South Hampton branches off from the road north to Seabrook."
    3 John Clough b. 30 Jun 1678 
      m. Elizabeth Long m. 5 Mar 1701 
      Ref. OFOS&A, CRClarke 
      4 Ann Clough b. 25 Dec 1701 
      4 Tabitha Clough b. _____ d. 1703 
      4 Susanna Clough 
      4 Lydia Clough b. _____ d. 1713 
      4 Sarah Clough 
      4 John Clough 
        5 Samuel Clough 
          6 Isaac Clough b. 1809 
            7 David Clough 
              8 Edgar Clough 
                9 Mary Clough 
                  m. Daniel Whelton 
                  10 Clark Whelton 
      4 Elizabeth Clough 
    3 Cornelius Clough b. 7 May 1680 d. aft. 1715 
      m. Joanna Sanborn m. 13 Jan 1714 
      m. Ann Evans 
      		Ref. OFOS&A, EOrcutt Lived in Kingston, NH.  Lost children in Great Epidemic. 
    3 Caleb Clough b. 26 Oct 1682 
      m. Mary Mason m. 29 Mar 1707 
    3 Joseph Clough b. 14 Oct 1684 d. 13 Oct 1732 
      m. Mary Jenness m. 11 Aug 1708 d. 12 Oct 1732 
            	Ref. OFOS&A, CRClarke, EOrcutt, SCluff Settled in Kingston, NH and was there
			in 1711.  Joseph and Mary had thirteen children one of which an infant son
			died the same day as Joseph.
      Mary: 
      Ref. CRClark, SCluff 
      4 Ezra Clough b. 24 Jun 1709 
        m. Mercy Stewart b. 26 Oct 1715 d. 10 Mar 1756 
        Mercy: 
        Ref. SCluff, JCGS Vol. I 
        5 Betty Clough 
        5 Mary Clough 
        5 Ebenezer Clough b. _____ d. 24 Mar 1749 
          died of a throat ailment. 
        5 Nathaniel Clough 
        5 Ezra Clough b. abt. 1741 d. 1772 
          m. Sarah Pearson m. 1 Dec 1762 
          Sarah: 
          Ref. SCluff, JCGS Vol. I 
          6 Amos Clough 
          6 Molly Clough b. _____ d. 5 Jan 1764 
          6 John Clough 
          6 Sarah Clough 
          6 Fanny Clough 
          6 Thomas Clough 
            m. Jededah White m. 11 Feb 1790 
            Ref. SCluff, JCGS Vol. I 
            Jededah: 
            Ref. SCluff, JCGS Vol. I 
            7 Maria Clough b. 27 Feb 1791 d. died young 
            7 Mehitable Clough b. 2 Feb 1794 d. 19 Oct 1840 
              unmarried 
            7 Abner Clough b. 15 Apr 1795 
            7 Caleb Clough b. 27 Feb 1799 d. 11 Mar 1868 
              m. Sophia L. Johnson b. 1798 d. 17 Mar 1881 
              Ref. SCluff, JCGS Vol. I 
              Sophia: 
              Ref. SCluff, JCGS Vol. I 
              8 John A. Clough b. 1821 
              8 Thomas G. Clough b. 25 Dec 1822 d. 11 Dec 1840 
              8 Caroline G. Clough b. 4 Dec 1824 d. 3 May 1839 
              8 Mercy C. Clough b. 1827 d. 17 Oct 1829 
              8 William D. Clough b. 22 Oct 1829 d. died young 
              8 Mercy M. Clough b. 1 Oct 1833 
                m. _________  Hanscome 
              8 William De Loss Clough b. 25 Feb 1836 d. 1897 
                m. Mary Ann E. Roberts m. 4 Aug 1859 b. 1843 d. 1900 
                Ref. SCluff, JCGS Vol. I 
                Mary: 
                Ref. SCluff, JCGS Vol. II 
                9 Frank Byron Clough b. 1860 
                  m. Martha M. Peck m. 3 Sep 1883 
                  Ref. SCluff, JCGS Vol II 
                  10 Ethel Clough b. 23 Feb 1887 d. 20 Mar 1995 
                    m. Fred Leslie Fairbanks m. 1906 
                    Ref. SCCluff, JCGS Vol. II Susan Clough (Fairbanks) Cluff's grandmother. 
                    11 Byron Alex Fairbanks (details excluded) 
                       m. Ann Larkin 
                      12 Byron Patrick 
                    11 Richard Leslie Fairbanks b. 24 Apr 1911 d. 14 Nov 1997 
                       m. Jenny May Mundell 
                        Susan Clough (Fairbanks) Cluff wrote to me (George Estey) on the 15th of
				November, 1997, "Uncle Richard died yesterday...    He was a very successful
				man.  He designed and manufactured automobile parts.  Although he sold the
				business quite some time ago, the business still carries his name.  The motto
				is: "If it's Fairbanks - it's fast."  The company was in upstate New York but
				has since relocated to Florada.  Althoughhe had a ninth grade education, he
				was allowed to attend Wentworth Institute here in Boston.  He very much loved
				automobiles and made that his life's work.    He was a very devout husband and
				was with my Aunt Jeannie for 64 years.  He died at home in Wildwood, FL of a
				massive coronary.  He was a very nice man, I miss him already.  He was my
				favorite uncle.

                       Jenny: 
                        	Although she was given the name Jenny at birth she always used Jean or
					Jeannie.  Jean & Richard didn't have any children.
                    11 Calvin Benson Fairbanks (details excluded) 
                       m. Dorothy Kinsman Spencer (details excluded) 
                      12 David Conant Fairbanks (details excluded) 
                      12 Susan Clough Fairbanks (details excluded) 
                         m. Bruce Francis Cluff (details excluded) 
                            [son of Ralph Herbert Cluff, Jr. and Joanne Gertrude Norris]
                  10 Grace Alice Clough b. 11 Jul 1890 d. 28 May 1975 
                    Ref. JCGS Vol. II, SCCluff 
                  10 Sara Charlotte Clough b. 6 Jun 1894 d. 11 Apr 1921 
                    m. Carl Richard Morse 
                    Sara died in childbirth. 
                    11 Marguerite Morse (details excluded) 
                       m. Sidney Reed 
                      12 Sydney Reed (details excluded) 
                         m. Kevin Snow 
                      12 Linda Reed (details excluded) 
                         m. Richard Allis 
                    11 Romaine Morse (details excluded) 
                       m. Thelma Sanderson 
                    11 Leonard Morse (details excluded) 
                9 Catharine Hoyt Clough b. 1863 
                9 Nellie Almira Clough b. 17 Feb 1866 
                  m. Isaiah Benson 
                        Ref. JCGS Vol. II , SCCluff Susan Clough Cluff has information on Frank Byron
				Clough's sister Nellie's middle name as being "Almira" where the JCGS Vol. II
				has it to be "Almeda". The JCGS volume states she married a second husband and
				lived in Tampa, FL and Susan's account is that she lived in Clermont, FL  with
				Isaiah.

                  Isaiah: 
                  Ref. SCCluff, JCGS Vol. II 
                9 Lilla Belle Clough b. 18 Mar 1867 
                9 Don Caleb Clough b. 1869 
                  10 Alice Clough 
                9 Clarence Romeo Clough b. 1872 
                9 Estelle Frances Clough 
              8 Sarah C. Clough b. 17 Dec 1837 
                m. Charles Adams 
              8 Rodney Clough b. 1839 
              8 Hannah Clough 
                m. _____________  Knowlton 
              8 Gardner Clough 
              8 Calvin Clough 
              8 Fannie O. Clough b. 1850 
                m. William G Doolittle 
            7 Zodac Clough b. 14 Mar 1802 
            7 Gardner Clough b. 26 Apr 1805 d. 29 Oct 1872 
              unmarried 
            7 Rodney Clough b. 27 Oct 1808 
            7 Maria Clough b. 27 Sep 1810 
              m. Cyrus Consair m. 9 Nov 1840 
        5 Elizabeth Clough b. _____ d. 15 Mar 1749 
          Died of a throat ailment. 
        5 Ebenezer Clough 
        5 Mercy Clough 
        5 Samuel Clough 
        5 Amos Clough 
      4 Mercy Clough b. 15 May 1711 
      4 Joseph Clough b. 13 Feb 1713 d. 5 Apr 1716 
      4 Moses Clough b. 17 May 1715 d. 25 Feb 1716 
      4 Mary Clough b. 3 Jul 1716 d. 07-1716 
      4 Joseph Clough b. 4 Jul 1717 
		        After his parents death joseph was put under the guardianship of Wm. Buswell 
      4 Mary Clough b. 3 Jul 1719 
        Mary was also placed in the guardianship of Wm. Buswell. 
      4 Moses Clough b. 09-1720 d. 11-1720 
      4 Reuben Clough b. 11-1721 
        		Reuben was placed in Uncle Corelius' guardianship after his parents death. 
      4 Obadiah Clough b. 1 Feb 1723 
        Guardian Wm. Buswell 
      4 Tabitha Clough b. abt. 1725 
        guardian Andrew Webster 
      4 Elizabeth Clough b. 1727 d. 9 Sep 1727 
      4 Love Clough b. 1729 
        Guardian Uncle Cornelius 
    3 Sarah Clough b. 5 Apr 1686 d. 14 Oct 1743 
      m. Daniel Gill m. 14 Dec 1720 
      Ref. OFOS&A, CRClarke 
    3 Jonathan Clough b. 11 Apr 1688 d. 2 Jun 1782 
      m. Hannah Gile m. 31 Dec 1709 b. 10 Aug 1690 d. 11 Nov 1727 
         [daughter of Ephraim Gile and Martha Bradley]
      m. Mary Gile m. 24 Feb 1728 b. 1692 d. 28 Mar 1787 
      	Ref. OFOS&A, CRClarke Moved to Conn. in 1722. 
      Hannah: 
            Ref: OFOS&A, GGuild, ESBarrow, JDafoe Eunice Scott Barrow has Hannah's birth
		date as 08-11-1690 Jerry Dafoe has Hannah's birth date as 01-09-1689/90
      4 Mehitable Clough b. 10 Nov 1710 
      4 Obadiah Clough b. 5 Aug 1712 d. died young 
      4 Jonathan Clough b. 14 Nov 1714 
      4 Hannah Clough b. 31 Jan 1718 
      4 Timothy Clough b. 21 Feb 1719 
        m. Mary Washburn m. 27 Oct 1743 b. 1720 
                Ref. GGuild, EOrcutt Went to Middleton, CT - son Ithamar went to Cossayuma, NY
        Mary: 
            Ref. JCGS, JDfoe JCGS - book Vol I states that descendants ot Mary and
		Timothy are eligible for membership in the Mayflower Society.
        5 Ithamer Clough b. 1750 d. 7 Mar 1843 
          m. Bette Heath 
          6 Hannah Clough b. 18 Sep 1775 d. 10 Feb 1868 
            m. William Sweet b. 1772 d. 7 Nov 1854 
      4 Lydia Clough b. 20 May 1721 
      4 Ephraim Clough b. 12 Jan 1724 d. 2 Jun 1782 
        m. Mary Johnson m. 1744 
        Mary: 
            Ref. RMTowne, JCGS Vol. I R.M. Towne's (Bill) records have an error in that the
		Ephriam he points to is the first son named Ephriam of Thomas Clough Jr.,
		(Thomas, John).  He also has the marriage date to Mary Johnson as 1747 not
		1744.  This might be true because Ephriam and Mary's first child was born in 1748.

        5 Jonathan Clough b. 26 Apr 1748 d. 1835 
          m. Abigail Walker b. 26 Apr 1747 
          m. Elizabeth Crossett m. 25 Nov 1773 
                  Ref. RMTowne, DSmith Doris Smith's grandmother's records has Jonathan's birth
			date as 30, july, 1744.
          Abigail: 
                  The JCGS Vol. I does not show the first marriage to Abigail Walker but does
			show a marriage to Elizabeth Crosett in 1773.
          6 Judith Clough b. 18 Apr 1768 d. 5 Jan 1848 
            m. William Perkins m. 26 Nov 1789 b. 31 Jan 1763 d. 1851 
            7 Mary "Polly" Perkins b. 13 Aug 1799 d. 25 Mar 1858 
              m. Solomon Bailey m. 0 Aug 1820 d. 20 Jul 1821 
              m. Eliphelet Woodworth m. 9 May 1824 b. 30 Aug 1799 d. 17 Dec 1869 
              8 Sophronia Anne Woodworth b. 1 Mar 1825 d. 26 Feb 1903 
                m. Jerome Towne m. 18 Nov 1846 b. 17 Dec 1823 d. 27 Feb 1876 
                Jerome: 
                  	This marriage ties the Clough Family again to a family line who lost loved
				ones to that great delusion of 1692, the Salem Witch Trials.  The three
				daughghters of William and Joanna (Blessing) Towne, Rebecca Nourse, Mary
				Easty, and Sarah Cloyse were among the accused.  Sarah escaped but Rebecca and
				Mary were hung.
                9 Herbert Duane Towne b. 18 Mar 1869 d. 3 Oct 1913 
                  m. Mabel Arnold Briggs m. 20 Jun 1894 b. 1 Aug 1868 d. 31 Jul 1939 
                  10 Arnold Chester Towne b. 13 Aug 1898 d. 26 Mar 1970 
                    m. Marion Ellsworth Peirce m. 10 Nov 1925 b. 11 Dec 1902 d. 17 Nov 1927 
                    m. Esther Sayles Peirce m. 20 Jul 1938 
                    11 Robert Marion Towne (details excluded) 
                       m. Caroline "Ann" Crossman (details excluded) 
                      12 John Douglas Towne (details excluded) 
                         m. Nancy Ann Strid (details excluded) 
        5 Joseph Clough b. 7 Oct 1749 d. 14 Feb 1824 
          6 James Clough b. 16 Aug 1784 d. 3 Mar 1823 
            7 James L. Clough b. 7 Jun 1807 d. 13 Apr 1893 
              8 Roger M. Clough b. 1 May 1852 d. 9 Nov 1934 
                9 Raymond M. Clough b. 5 May 1889 d. 18 Apr 1977 
                  10 Roger M. Clough (details excluded) 
                    11 Cathleen Ann Clough (details excluded) 
                       m. Richard Breen 
                      12 Jennifer M. Breen (details excluded) 
      4 Mary Clough b. 9 Jan 1726 
      4 John Clough b. 11 Nov 1727 
      4 Ruth Clough b. 23 Aug 1730 
      4 Obadiah Clough b. 18 Feb 1731 
      4 Elizabeth Clough b. 11 Nov 1732 
    3 Mercy (Martha) Clough b. 17 Mar 1690 
      m. Jacob Flanders 
            Ref. OFOS&A, MEFilmore, CRClarke "Old Families of Salisbury & Amesbury" has
		name as Mercy. History of Canterbury, NH has name as Martha. (MEFilmore)
		Papers from Catherine R. Clarke show Mercy as being baptized 03-17-1690. After
		marriage moved to Boscowan, NH then to Canterbury, NH
    3 Moses Clough b. 26 Mar 1693 
      m. Hannah Cass m. 14 Nov 1717 d. 1 Mar 1726 
      m. Charity Hopkins m. 23 Jun 1726 
      Hannah: 
            Ref. OFOS&A, CRClarke, JCGS Vol. I The papers from Catherine R. Clarke has
		Moses' wife's name to be Hannah Cass?
      4 Sarah Clough 
      4 Moses Clough b. 1720 
      4 Reuben Clough b. 1721 
        m. Love Sanborn m. 5 Dec 1744 b. 10 Jun 1726 
        5 Mary Clough b. 17 May 1745 
        5 Theodate Clough b. 19 May 1747 
        5 Jonathan Clough b. 21 Jan 1749 
        5 Jonna Clough b. 15 Apr 1751 
        5 Love Clough b. 6 Apr 1753 
        5 Reuben Clough b. 17 Mar 1755 
        5 Reuben Clough b. 10 Mar 1756 d. 09-1817 
          m. Hannah Sargent m. 09-1777 b. 22 Dec 1756 d. 08-1831 
          6 Mittie Clough 
          6 Rhoda Clough 
            m. Edmund Danford 
          6 Reuben Clough b. 18 Dec 1785 
          6 Joseph Clough b. 3 Nov 1792 d. 12 Jan 1850 
          6 David Clough 
            m. Ruth _______ 
          6 Obadiah Clough 
            m. ________ Gile 
          6 Ruth Clough 
            m. Moses Courser 
        5 Dole Clough b. 23 Apr 1758 d. 22 Apr 1764 
        5 Joseph Clough b. 6 Apr 1760 d. 28 May 1764 
        5 Bette Clough b. 5 Mar 1762 
    3 Aaron Clough b. 16 Dec 1695 d. 20 Jan 1781 
      m. Abigail Moulton d. 26 Jan 1743 
      m. Rebecca Brown 
      Ref, OFOS&A, CGRump 
      Abigail: 
      Ref. OFOS&A, CRClarke 
      4 Mercy Clough b. 22 Oct 1721 
      4 Mary Clough b. 20 Feb 1724 
      4 Merriam Clough b. 02-1724 
                	I believe Merriam and Mary were twins and therefore Merriam would have been
			born about the 20th also.  GWEstey 03-13-1997.
      4 Abigail Clough b. 17 Jul 1726 
      4 Sarah Clough b. 24 Jan 1731 
      4 Aaron Clough b. 18 Feb 1733 
      4 Hannah Clough b. 28 Sep 1735 
      4 Simon Clough b. 20 Apr 1738 d. 08-1777 
        m. Patience Chase m. 7 Jun 1759 
        Ref. NSClough, CGRump 
        5 Simon Clough b. 3 Nov 1759 
        5 Jonathan Clough b. 8 Aug 1761 
          6 Patience Clough b. 1792 d. 1876 
        5 Aaron Clough b. 22 Feb 1763 
        5 Edward Clough, Sr b. 19 Apr 1768 d. 1 Jun 1859 
          m. Ruth Clark m. 15 Feb 1795 
          Ref. NSClough, CGRump Moved to Stratford, then to Montpelier, VT 
          6 Mercy Clough b. 3 May 1795 
          6 Joseph Clough b. 23 Apr 1797 
          6 John Clough b. 1801 d. 17 Mar 1872 
            Ref. CGRump, JC-Vol. II 
          6 Edward Clough, Jr. b. 1805 d. 28 Jan 1860 
            m. Hannah Norris b. 1818 d. 26 Mar 1872 
                	Ref. NSClough, CGRump, JC-Vol. II NSClough has birth year as 1769 which is
			about Edward Sr's. birth year. Edward went to Maine to work on the Military
			Road. Genealogy of Descendants of John Clough Vol. II states: "Lived in
			childhood at East Montpelier, VT".  He moved to Springfield, ME and then to
			Carroll, ME where he died June 28. 1860.
            Hannah: 
            Ref. CGRump, JC-Vol. II 
            7 Mercy (Mary) Jane Clough b. 19 Jul 1835 
              m. Charles Whittin 
            7 Jasper Clough b. 1838 d. 1917 
              m. Isabelle Leighton b. 25 May 1860 d. 1 Apr 1922 
              Isabelle: 
              Ref. JCGS Vol. II, NSClough 
              8 Chester Merrill Clough b. 17 Jul 1897 d. 24 Dec 1956 
                m. Ruth Lynn Dicker b. 12 Apr 1903 d. 11 Oct 1979 
                9 Juanita Ruth Clough b. 15 Mar 1922 d. 21 Aug 1989 
                  m. Robert Sutherland Moores (details excluded) 
                     [son of Harland Moores and Irma Sawtelle]
                  10 Evon Marie Moores b. 23 Apr 1940 d. 24 Apr 1940 
                  10 Larry Robert Moores (details excluded) 
                    m. Gladys Muriel "Dixie" Noyes (details excluded) 
                    m. Lorene ________ 
                    11 Leon Elwin Moores (details excluded) 
                       m. Antionette Theresa Botaccki (details excluded) 
                       m. Lisa ________ 
                      12 Kristen Nicole Moores (details excluded) 
                      12 Amy Elizabeth Moores (details excluded) 
                      12 Geoffry Allan Moores (details excluded) 
                      12 Alex David Moores (details excluded) 
                    11 Larry Dean Moores (details excluded) 
                       m. Carol ______ 
                      12 Brittany Meagan Moores (details excluded) 
                      12 Nathan Michael Moores (details excluded) 
                  10 Beverly Mae Moores (details excluded) 
                    m. Carroll Robert Smith (details excluded) 
                       [son of Gill Smith and Ruth Smith]
                    11 Lori Jean Smith (details excluded) 
                       m. Michael Rosenbeaur (details excluded) 
                      12 Kaleena Lyndsey Rosenbeaur (details excluded) 
                      12 Kaleb Andrew Rosenbeaur (details excluded) 
                    11 Dean Robert Smith b. 5 Jul 1963 d. 11 Jul 1963 
                    11 Katrina Fae Smith (details excluded) 
                       m. James Cruz (details excluded) 
                      12 Semas LaToyta Cruz (details excluded) 
                      12 Shanice Fae Cruz (details excluded) 
                  10 Fae Marie Moores (details excluded) 
                    m. Brent Cabot Walch b. 18 Jul 1942 d. 27 Feb 1986 
                    m. Walter Gilbride 
                  10 Jerry Wayne Moores (details excluded) 
                    m. Cynthia Jane Haynes (details excluded) 
                    m. Judy Ayotte 
                  10 Douglas Eugene Moores (details excluded) 
                    m. Sherry Lynn Dill (details excluded) 
                       [daughter of George Dill and Eveilyn Dill]
                    m. Tammy Hayes 
                       [daughter of Merle Hayes and Rose Mulligan]
                    11 Robert Douglas Moores (details excluded) 
                    11 Eric Eugene Moores (details excluded) 
                  10 Patricia Jane Moores (details excluded) 
                    m. Michael Cliff 
                    11 Abigail Ruth Cliff (details excluded) 
                    11 William Cliff (details excluded) 
                    11 Aaron Sutherland Cliff (details excluded) 
                9 Elwin Aaron Clough b. 2 Jun 1928 d. 2 Jan 1986 
                  m. Helen Geneva McAlpine (details excluded) 
                     [daughter of Orris McAlpine and Alta Woodard]
                  10 Dale Elwin Clough (details excluded) 
                    Mae Elizabeth "Tilley" Sherwood b. 14 Nov 1932 d. 8 Nov 1992 
                       [daughter of Arther Sherwood and Beulah Chambers]
                    Nancy Marie (Buck) Cates (details excluded) 
                       [daughter of Edward Buck and Catherine Deschamps]
                  10 Marilyn Lee Clough (details excluded) 
                    m. Benjamin Franklin Burrill (details excluded) 
                       [son of Earl Burrill and Ethel Severance]
                    11 Lorna Lee Burrill (details excluded) 
                       m. Glenn Jay Stevens (details excluded) 
                          [son of Hartley Stevens and Lottie Pelkey]
                      12 Benjamin Bates Stevens (details excluded) 
                      12 Mathan Ben Stevens (details excluded) 
                      12 Caprice Marie Stevens (details excluded) 
                    11 Nathan Ben Berrill (details excluded) 
                    11 Daniel Elwin Burrill (details excluded) 
                  10 Linda Rae Clough (details excluded) 
                    m. George Paul Burrill (details excluded) 
                       [son of Earl Burrill and Ethel Severance]
                    11 Penny Lynn Burrill (details excluded) 
                       Eugene White (details excluded) 
                       Preston Wade Chubbuck (details excluded) 
                          [son of Gerald Chubbuck and Verna White]
                    11 Jenny Lynn Burrill (details excluded) 
                    11 Aaron Roy Burrill (details excluded) 
                  10 Janet Beth Clough (details excluded) 
                    m. David Nathan Burrill (details excluded) 
                       [son of Earl Burrill and Ethel Severance]
                    11 Angel Anne Burrill (details excluded) 
                    11 April Anne Burrill (details excluded) 
                       m. Jared Lee Rideout (details excluded) 
                          [son of Wade Rideout and Janis Veino]
                      12 Dylan Chapin Rideout (details excluded) 
                    11 Rex Allan Burrill (details excluded) 
                  10 Northern Starr Clough (details excluded) 
                    Peter Harry Burrill (details excluded) 
                       [son of Earl Burrill and Ethel Severance]
                  10 Sherri Marie Clough (details excluded) 
                    m. Gerald Allison Chubbuck, Jr. (details excluded) 
                       [son of Gerald Chubbuck and Verna White]
                    Wayne Elwood Stevens (details excluded) 
                       [son of Wayne Stevens and Delores Briggs]
                    Ralph Eugene White (details excluded) 
                       [son of Omaha White and Brenda Glidden]
                    11 Eric John Chubbuck b. 24 Oct 1976 d. 24 Oct 1976 
                       Died of collapsed lung 
                    11 Mandy Marie Chubbuck (details excluded) 
                    11 Michael Wayne Stevens (details excluded) 
                  10 Lisa Lynn Clough (details excluded) 
                    m. Joseph Cantwell Kettle II (details excluded) 
                    11 Joseph Cantwell Kettle III (details excluded) 
              8 Hannah Clough 
              8 Myrtle Clough 
              8 Ruth Clough 
              8 Ida Clough 
              8 Fay Clough 
              8 Joseph Clough 
              8 Lyle Clough 
              8 Vernon (Pat) Clough 
            7 Leonard Clough 
            7 Ella Clough 
              m. Gideon Moores 
            7 Emma Clough 
              m. George Monroe 
            7 Edward Leonard Clough b. 29 Jun 1847 d. 17 Jun 1933 
              m. Mary Garnett 
              Ref. NSClough, CGRump, JC-Vol. II 
              Mary: 
              Mary died at the age of 36 years. 
              8 Elura Clough 
              8 Mable Clough 
              8 Edward  Lewis Clough 
                9 Dorothy Clough 
                  m. ________  Gudbrandson 
              8 Lewis Clough 
              8 George Clough 
              8 William Clough 
              8 Monte Clough 
              8 Ralph Clough 
              8 Elsie Clough 
              8 Ethel Clough 
          6 Jasper Clough b. 1807 
          6 Clark Clough b. 1809 
            Ref. CGRump, JC-Vol. II 
        5 Ruth Clough 
        5 Perley Clough b. 5 Jul 1770 
        5 Joseph Clough b. 14 Dec 1774 
      4 Tabitha Clough (details excluded) 
      4 Edward Clough b. 30 Jul 1746 
    3 Tabitha Clough b. 12 Feb 1697 d. 20 Aug 1698 
      Ref. OFOS&A, CGRump CGRump records have Tabitha's birth date as 09-08-1697 
  2 Thomas Clough b. 29 May 1651 d. 9 Feb 1749 
    m. Hannah Gile m. 10 Mar 1680 b. 25 Feb 1654 d. 22 Dec 1683 
       [daughter of Samuel Gile (Guild) and Judith Davis]
    m. Ruth Conner m. 1687 b. 16 May 1670 d. 5 Aug 1727 
       [daughter of Cornelius Connor and Sarah __________]
        	Ref.  LCKnowles, DBStevens, OFOS&A, MEFillmore, EKTrue, DLMinarik, RMTowne He
		subscribed to the Oath of Fidelity and Allegiance in 1677 and was a soldier in
		the defensive army.  Joined militia in defense against indians.
		Ref.  BBrown (from Worchester County history)
    
        	Thomas Clough, son of John Clough (1), was born at Salisbury, Massachusetts,
		May 20, 1651.  He took the oath of fidelity and allegiance 1677. He was a
		farmer or Yeoman 1730 and probably all his life.  He and his wife joined the
		church in Salisbury, July 27, 1718.  He married first, March 10, 1680, Hannah,
		daughter of Samuel Gile.  She died December 22 or January 22, 1683.   Their
		children born in Salisbury were: 1.  Samuel, born December 5, 1680
    2. Thomas, Jr., born December 9, 1681.  A cordwainer by trade.  He married
		(second) Ruth, daughter of Cornelius Connor.  Their children were:  3.
		Jeremiah, born June 21, 1688.  4.  Ebenezer, born July 5, 1690; died young.
		5.  Ebenezer, born April 27, 1691.  6. Zaccheus, born February 17, 1693 (?).
		7. Isaac, born January 24, 1693/4 (?).  8. Rebecca, born June 3, 1696.;
		baptized, an adult, 1716.  9.   Hannah, born September 25, 1698; died February
		3, 1715.  10. Judith, born October 1, 1700.   11. Martha, born February 25, 1702/3.

    Hannah: 
    		Ref. DBStevens, OFOS&A, LDS:35KW-6X, EKTrue, RMTowne 
    Ruth: 
        	Ref. DBStevens, MEFillmore, WSClough, EKTrue She was admitted to the Salisbury
		Church 07-27-1718.
    3 Samuel Clough b. 5 Dec 1680 d. 8 Aug 1728 
      m. Sarah Robie m. 9 Sep 1702 b. 19 Apr 1679 
         [daughter of Henry Robie and Sarah __________]
            Ref. OFOS&A, BBrown Settled in Salisbury.  His wife, Sarah, administered his
		estate, receiving her appointment as administratrix in 1728. All children were
		living in 1728 with the exception of Eliphalet and the first Daniel.
      Sarah: 
      	Ref. MEFilmore, PCAlger Other spelling of last name: Roby, Roobe 
      4 Theophilus Clough b. 28 Nov 1703 
        	Ref. BBrown, JCGS Vol. I 
      4 Eliphalet Clough b. 25 Oct 1706 d. 26 Dec 1706 
        	Ref. BBrown, JCGS Vol. I 
      4 Anna Clough b. 15 Jul 1708 
        m. Abraham Morril 
        	Ref. BBrown, JCGS Vol. I 
      4 Abigale Clough b. 22 Nov 1711 
        m. Benjamin Morrill 
        	Ref. BBrown, JCGS Vol. I 
      4 Samuel Clough b. 15 Apr 1714 d. 22 Nov 1778 
        m. Sarah Dow m. 25 Apr 1734 d. 6 Feb 1792 
      4 Daniel Clough b. 6 Jun 1716 d. 1 Feb 1718 
        	Ref. BBrown, JCGS Vol. I 
      4 Daniel Clough b. 19 Jul 1718 
      4 Sarah Clough b. 9 Sep 1720 
        m. Daniel Marston Hampton 
        	Ref. BBrown, JCGS Vol. I 
      4 Mehitable Clough b. 29 Dec 1723 d. 27 Mar 1736 
        	Ref. BBrown, JCGS Vol. I 
      4 Miriam Clough b. 17 Mar 1725 
        	Ref. BBrown, JCGS Vol. I 
      4 Katherine Clough b. 10 Dec 1727 
    3 Thomas Clough, Jr. b. 9 Dec 1681 d. 13 Nov 1749 
      m. Mary Gile m. 15 Jan 1706 b. 11 Feb 1687 
         [daughter of Ephraim Gile and Martha Bradley]
            Ref. OFOS&A, LDS:8WQ7-B3, MEFillmore, RMTowne Resided in Salisbury until 1738
		when he removed to Kingston. His estate was administered 11-13-1749.
      4 Ephraim Clough b. 12 Nov 1706 d. 11 May 1710 
      4 Jeremiah Clough b. 4 Apr 1710 d. abt. 1790 
        m. Deliverance Leavitt b. 6 May 1719 d. 31 Nov 1736 
        m. Sarah Elkins m. 16 Feb 1738 b. 1712 
            Ref. LDS:8WQ6-1D, MEFillmore He died living with his son, Abner, in Loudon,
		probably in 1792.
        5 Jeremiah Clough, Jr. b. 10 Aug 1736 
        5 Deliverance Clough b. 2 Feb 1741 
        5 Martha Clough b. 9 Nov 1742 d. 15 Oct 1826 
          m. Henry Gerrish m. 10 Nov 1763 b. 3 May 1742 d. 16 May 1806 
          6 Martha Gerrish b. 14 May 1777 d. 28 Aug 1855 
            m. Jesse Little b. 30 Jul 1767 d. 19 Aug 1840 
            7 Susan Little b. 23 Mar 1798 d. 1899 
              m. Henry Little m. 7 Dec 1815 b. 1 Jan 1792 d. 29 Apr 1838 
              8 Albert Gerrish Little b. 27 Sep 1817 d. 28 Jul 1911 
                m. Jane Steel m. 5 Dec 1850 b. 8 Oct 1829 d. 14 Aug 1901 
                9 Martha (Mattie) Little b. 17 Dec 1854 d. 5 Jan 1904 
                  m. William Henry Henney m. 1 Feb 1879 b. 28 Mar 1852 d. 20 Apr 1903 
                  10 George Albert Henney b. 6 Oct 1884 d. 10 Aug 1975 
                    m. Daisy Maud Wetzel m. 16 May 1917 b. 6 May 1886 d. 21 Jan 1967 
                    11 Virginia May Henney (details excluded) 
                       m. Chester Norman Fox b. 22 Apr 1917 d. 14 May 1972 
                       m. R. G. Swede Swenson 
                      12 Charlotte Ann Fox (details excluded) 
                         m. Christopher Bradley 
                      12 Robert (Bob) William Fox (details excluded) 
        5 Hannah Clough b. 29 Dec 1744 d. 25 Sep 1756 
        5 Thomas Clough b. 5 Jan 1746 
          no children. 
        5 Abner Clough b. 3 Jun 1749 d. 22 Feb 1757 
        5 Leavitt Clough b. 21 Jul 1751 
        5 Henry Clough b. 8 Feb 1754 d. 12 Mar 1798 
          Joined the Shakers in Mount Lenanon, NY 
        5 Joseph Clough b. 23 May 1756 
          m. __________ Lawrence 
          No children 
        5 Sarah Clough b. 3 Dec 1759 
          m. Obadiah Clough b. 24 Aug 1753 d. 29 Nov 1823 
          Obadiah: 
          Ref. MEFillmore, DSmith 
        5 Abner Clough b. 7 Jan 1764 d. 12 Feb 1808 
      4 Ephraim Clough b. 9 May 1713 
      4 Martha Clough b. 24 Jun 1715 d. 5 Jan 1734 
      4 Mary Clough b. 24 Jun 1715 d. 25 Mar 1726 
      4 Thomas Clough b. 28 Jan 1717 d. 1793 
        m. Mary Call m. 10 Dec 1741 
        Ref. MEFilmore, DSmith 
      4 Abner Clough b. 28 Nov 1720 d. 18 May 1786 
      4 Mary Clough b. 7 Apr 1723 
      4 Ezekiel Clough b. 6 Aug 1725 
        m. Miriam Thompson m. 31 Oct 1754 b. 19 Jun 1737 
        5 Thomas Clough b. 9 Feb 1755 
        5 Abner Clough b. 27 Jan 1757 d. 25 Jun 1844 
          m. Sarah Clough b. 19 May 1777 d. 1838 
          6 Sally Clough b. 10 Dec 1797 d. 1799 
          6 Leavitt Clough b. 20 Feb 1800 
            m. Hannah Sargent m. 13 Sep 1830 b. 18 Mar 1801 d. 14 Apr 1874 
            7 Leavitt Clough b. 25 Apr 1832 d. 1880 
            7 David Sargent Clough b. 26 Nov 1833 
              m. Elizabeth (Eliza) A. Wales m. 8 Jun 1858 
              8 Walter Clough b. 1860 
              8 Adeline Clough b. 1864 
                m. James Elmer Harrington m. 22 Jan 1892 b. 5 Jan 1868 d. 18 Feb 1939 
                9 James Elmer Harrington b. 21 Apr 1894 
                9 Frank William Harrington b. 2 Jul 1895 
                9 Adalaine Eliza Harrington (details excluded) 
              8 Joseph E. Clough b. 1867 
            7 Sally Clough b. 26 Mar 1836 
              m. Levi Smith 
          6 Abner Clough b. 6 Dec 1807 
          6 Jeremiah Clough b. 21 Feb 1811 
        5 Ezekiel Clough b. 2 Mar 1759 
        5 Miriam Clough b. 29 Oct 1760 
          m. Joseph Clough b. 17 Aug 1757 d. 28 Jul 1850 
             [son of Jonathan Clough and Elizabeth Thompson]
        5 Mary Clough b. 20 May 1763 
        5 Levi Clough b. 10 Jan 1765 
        5 Jeremiah Clough b. 9 Feb 1767 
        5 Bette Clough b. 24 Jan 1769 
        5 Sarah Clough b. 23 Apr 1772 
        5 Isaiah Clough b. 18 May 1774 
        5 Martha Clough b. 4 Jun 1777 
      4 Hannah Clough (details excluded) 
        m. Hilton Woodman 
      4 Obadiah Clough b. 11 Aug 1729 
      4 Mary Clough b. 19 Oct 1732 
    3 Jeremiah Clough b. 21 Jun 1688 d. 6 Dec 1709 
    3 Ebenezer Clough b. 5 Jul 1690 d. young 
    3 Ebenezer Clough b. 27 Apr 1691 
    3 Zacheus Clough b. 17 Feb 1692 d. 30 Jul 1757 
      m. Sarah Page m. 21 Jan 1713 b. 12 Oct 1691 d. 19 May 1764 
         [daughter of Joseph Page and Sarah Smith]
            LCKnowles, OFOS&A, EKTrue, DLMinarik, ARClough, EOrcutt ARClough letter has
		Zacheus' birth date as 02-27-1692

      Sarah: 
      Ref. EKTrue, OFOS&A-Hoyt 
      4 Benjamin Clough b. 18 Aug 1716 
        	Ref. EKTrue, EOrcutt, DLMinarik, JCGS Vol. I Went to Monmouth, ME 
      4 Hannah Clough b. 31 Aug 1718 
        m. Nathaniel Whittier m. 3 Dec 1734 
        Ref. EKTrue, DLMinarik 
      4 Elizabeth (Betsey) Clough b. 28 Dec 1720 
        m. Daniel Merrill m. 8 Nov 1738 b. 27 Apr 1723 
           [son of Moses Merrill and Mary Clough]
        Ref. EKTrue, PGreene, DLMinarik 
        Daniel: 
        Ref. EKTrue, PGreene 
      4 Jabez Clough b. 24 Apr 1723 d. 14 Apr 1808 
        m. Miriam Brown m. 12 Nov 1741 b. 12 Nov 1719 d. 30 Oct 1748 
        m. Sarah Young m. 6 Sep 1749 d. 2 Mar 1807 
        Ref. EKTrue, DLMinarik 
        Miriam: 
        Ref. EKTrue, DLMinarik Miriams father was  Abraham Brown. 
        5 Moses Clough b. 6 Jun 1742 d. 22 Mar 1829 
          m. Molly Cram d. 7 Jan 1824 
            	Fought in the Revolution in Col. Stickney's Regiment.  He lived in Deerfield
			and then Andover, New Hampshire.
          6 Wadleigh Clough b. 18 Aug 1767 d. 14 Jan 1847 
          6 Sally Clough b. 1768 
          6 James Clough b. 1771 
          6 Miriam Clough b. 1774 d. 4 Feb 1821 
          6 Polly Clough b. 1777 d. 24 Oct 1857 
          6 Deborah Clough b. 14 Jul 1780 d. 28 Aug 1867 
          6 Reuben Clough b. 1780 d. 29 Jun 1861 
            m. Betsey Magoon m. 4 Nov 1816 d. 28 Aug 1874 
            Ref. DLMinerik, JCGS Vol. I 
            7 Reuben Clough b. 1822 
            7 Charles T Clough 
            7 Elizabeth Clough b. 1827 
            7 John Clough b. 1828 
          6 Moses Clough b. 15 Aug 1782 d. 1829 
            m. Clarissa Woodward m. 16 Oct 1806 b. 1786 
            7 Miriam Brown Clough b. 24 Oct 1807 
            7 Hannah Woodward Clough b. 19 Jul 1809 
            7 James Madison Clough b. 5 Jun 1811 
              m. Caira Hosington m. 18 Dec 1834 
              Moved to Vermont, where the house he built is still standing. 
              8 Henry Harrison Clough b. 1837 d. 1921 
                m. Mary Jane Dustin m. 15 Dec 1858 b. 10 May 1833 d. 25 Aug 1919 
                   [daughter of Timothy Dustin and Susan Shepard]
                  	Ref. DLMinarik, JCGS Vol I Was a member of the 16th Vermont Volunteers in the
				Civil War 1862 & 1863.  He apparently had the chicken pox on the days of the
				battle of Gettysburg. Physical description: Height - 5' 6", complexion - dark,
				eyes - blue, hair - brown.
                9 Emma Jane Clough b. 4 Jul 1864 
                  m. Lemuel Franklin Newcomb m. 29 Jul 1883 d. 1953 
                     [son of Capt. Thomas Newcomb and Polly Lombard Rich]
                        Ref. DLMinarik, JCGS Vol. II Came to Massachusetts from Vermont.  Emma was
				given the nick-name "Mimmie" by her grand-daughter Priscilla who as a young
				child could not say Grammy.  She left many papers on astrology, and she
				apparently did the charts of many family members.  She also kept a diary which
				Donna L. Minarik calls her "Dream Book" where Emma wrote down her dreams for
				about 10 years.
                  Lemuel: 
                  Ref. DLMinarik, JCGS Vol II 
                  10 Charles Newcomb b. 1888 d. 1888 
                  10 Bernice Newcomb b. 30 Oct 1889 d. 07-1971 
                    m. Laurence C. Chase m. 24 Jun 1911 b. 8 Aug 1884 d. 1964 
                       [son of Chester P. Chase and Helen Isadora Stevens]
                    Laurence: 
                    Ref. DLMinarik, JCGS Vol. II 
                    11 Priscilla Lois Chase b. 7 Jul 1912 d. 17 Feb 1987 
                       m. Truman Allen Gadwa m. 17 Jan 1938 b. 1907 d. 14 Feb 1984 
                          [son of William Issac Gadwa and Bertha Van Allen]
                       Truman: 
                       Ref. DLMinarik, JCGS Vol. II 
                      12 Neil Erwin (details excluded) 
                      12 Dawn Gadwa (details excluded) 
                         m. Richard Neil Rickman (details excluded) 
                        13 Donna Lynn Rickman (details excluded) 
                           m. Robert Minarik (details excluded) 
                          14 Michael Richard Minarik (details excluded) 
                          14 Thomas Holbrook Minarik (details excluded) 
                        13 Brian Allen Rickman (details excluded) 
                    11 Evangeline Chase b. 3 May 1914 d. 3 May 1914 
                    11 Franklin Phelps Chase b. 6 Jun 1918 d. 1983 
                       Never married 
                    11 Wendell Carlilse Chase b. 5 Apr 1925 d. 5 Apr 1925 
                9 Warren Henry  Clough 
                  m. Mary E. Trott 
                        Ref. DLMinarik, JCGS Vol. II He was a Christadelphian Minister in Providence,
				RI for many years.
                  Mary: 
                  Ref. DLMinarik, JCGS Vol. II 
                  10 Elmer Warren 
                    Reg. DLMinarik, JCGS Vol. II 
                  10 Arthur Clough 
                  10 Walter Freeman Clough 
                    Ref. DLMinarik, JCGS Vol. II 
                  10 Edith May Clough 
            7 Elizabeth M. Clough b. 17 May 1813 
              m. Mardaville Smith 
            7 Henry Harrison Clough b. 11 May 1815 
              m. Phila Woodworth m. 19 Feb 1839 
              Ref. DLMinarik, JCGS Vol. I, VT V. R. He settled in Northfield, VT 
            7 Mary G. Clough b. 31 May 1817 
              m. Abel Woodward 
            7 Anna Clough b. 1820 
            7 Livi J. Clough b. 1822 
            7 Harriet J. Clough b. 28 Mar 1825 
              m. Robert Ford 
            7 Cordelia E. Clough b. 7 May 1829 
              m. Jamers M. D. Rogers 
          6 Clarissa Clough b. 1786 d. 1847 
          6 Hannah Clough b. 1 Jan 1787 
          6 Betsey Clough b. 11-1788 d. 28 Aug 1874 
        5 Sarah Clough b. 24 Mar 1743 
        5 Miriam Clough b. 19 Dec 1745 
        5 Mary Clough b. 4 Jul 1748 
        5 Joseph Clough b. 28 Jul 1750 d. 2 Jun 1822 
          m. Susanna Folsom 
          Lived in Salisbury, MA and later in Poplin, NH and Epping, NH. 
          6 John Clough b. 1777 d. 21 Mar 1814 
            m. Eliza Batchelder m. 13 Jan 1807 d. 8 Jun 1810 
            7 Charles Brown Clough b. 22 Mar 1807 d. 0 Oct 1846 
              m. Abbie Breed m. 9 Oct 1831 b. 6 Feb 1813 d. 1895 
                        Charles was brought up in the family of his uncle, James Clough of Lynn, MA;
				his parents died while he was a child.  During the Mexican War he was a
				bodyguard for General Santa Anna, Commander of the Mexican Forces.  He was
				taken ill at New Orleans on the way home and died there.
              		Virginia Schofield wrote to me in a letter of Jan. 16, 1998 the following:
              
              "....
                        I also spent hours reading library books on the Mexican War and General
				Santa Anna.  Although the books did not refer to Charles Brown Clough, it was
				interesting to find that the Northern U.S. was not in favor of the war as the
				South was.  Also now I know why he was not buried with his family.  I had been
				wondering where he was!  The fact that he was an orphan and married Abbie
				Breed, the daughter of a very rich man in Lynn, seems to me to be the reason
				he joined the Mexican forces.  Santa Anna promised land and money to Americans
				who would join him.  Charles Brown Clough probably wanted to make money to
				provide for Abbie and his only child.  Rather a pathetic ending to their life.
				I have his portrait as a handsome young man."

              		George W. Estey 01/23/98 

              8 Charles Bartlett Clough b. _____ d. 19 Oct 1832 
              8 Charles Bartlett Clough b. 11 Nov 1833 d. 16 Jan 1903 
                m. Abby M. Jones m. 9 Aug 1857 
                Ref. JC-Vol. I, JC-Vol. II 
                9 Helen Maria Clough b. 26 Aug 1859 d. 29 Apr 1907 
                  m. Charles Pooler b. 9 Jul 1853 
                  Ref. JCGS Vol. II, VSchofield 
                  10 Francis Pooler 
                    m. Constance Palmer 
                    11 Elizabeth Pooler 
                    11 Helen Pooler 
                    11 Sanford Pooler (details excluded) 
                    11 Francis Pooler (details excluded) 
                    11 Allan Pooler (details excluded) 
                    11 John Pooler (details excluded) 
                  10 Charles Pooler 
                9 Lucy Abbie Clough b. 16 Jul 1862 
                  m. ________ Baker 
                  Ref. JCGS Vol. II, VSchofield 
                  10 Marion Baker 
                    m. A. Shirley Black 
                    11 Aggie (Agnes?) Baker 
                       m. Henry Pevear m. 1933 
                      12 Henry Pevear, 
                9 Charles Arthur Clough b. 14 Jan 1864 d. 1872 
                  Ref. JCGS Vol. II, VSchofield 
                9 Alice Bartlett Clough b. 7 Jul 1867 d. 23 Sep 1920 
                  m. Elliott Otis Johnson b. circa 1860 d. 16 Sep 1928 
                  m. Carlyle T. Patterson m. circa 1903 b. 1871 d. 21 Mar 1930 
                  Ref. JCGS Vol. II, VSchofield 
                  10 Elliott Clough Johnson b. 20 May 1893 d. 16 Sep 1894 
                  10 Helen Virginia Johnson b. 4 Jan 1896 d. 16 Feb 1970 
                    m. John Ashton Doble m. 13 Aug 1918 d. circa 1921 
                    m. Allan Thorpe Wheeler m. 24 May 1924 b. 1 Jan 1890 d. 28 Nov 1962 
                    Helen was adopted by Carlyle T. Patterson 
                    11 Allen Thorpe Wheeler, Jr. (details excluded) 
                       m. Phyllis Amy Crommett (details excluded) 
                    11 Virginia Wheeler (details excluded) 
                       m. Douglas Schofield 
                      12 Ernest Schofield (details excluded) 
                         m. Paige Marston d. 1996 
                         m. Dawn M. Drury (details excluded) 
                        13 Ernest Thomas Schofield (details excluded) 
                        13 Steven Paul Schofield (details excluded) 
                      12 Douglas Allan Schofield (details excluded) 
                         m. Leane B. Smith 
                        13 Patrick Thomas Schofield (details excluded) 
                        13 Brittany Virginia Schofield (details excluded) 
                      12 Thomas Schofield (details excluded) 
                    11 Carolyn Wheeler b. 27 Jul 1939 d. 17 Feb 1993 
                       m. Frederick Larkins (details excluded) 
                       m. Peter Brownell m. ca 1985 
                      12 Tracy Larkins (details excluded) 
                      12 Kieth William Larkins (details excluded) 
                         m. Joanne ________ 
                        13 Kyle Larkins (details excluded) 
                        13 Alanah Larkins (details excluded) 
                      12 Virginia Larkins (details excluded) 
                9 Mabel Georgia Clough b. 1 Feb 1873 d. 1884 
                  Ref. JCGS Vol. II, VSchofield 
            7 Eliza Clough b. 1809 d. 19 Jul 1818 
          6 James Clough b. 1780 
          6 Joseph Clough b. 2 Jun 1782 d. 2 Jun 1782 
          6 Brackett Clough b. 1785 
          6 Ellen Clough 
          6 Susan Clough 
        5 Jabez Clough b. 11 Apr 1752 
        5 Zacheus Clough b. 18 Jan 1754 
        5 Elizabeth Clough b. 6 Nov 1755 
        5 Noah Clough b. 17 Jan 1759 
        5 Dorothy Clough b. 15 Apr 1761 
        5 Daniel Clough b. 11 Aug 1763 
          m. Abigail Atwood m. int 03-14-1785 b. 1764 d. 5 Jul 1846 
          Abigail: 
          Ref. PMLumb, JCGS Vol. I 
          6 Alice Clough b. 19 Feb 1788 d. 1 Jan 1792 
          6 Betsey Clough b. 20 Feb 1790 
          6 Daniel Clough b. 8 Apr 1792 d. 1875 
            m. Mary (Polly) Colby b. 1791 d. 1880 
               [daughter of Philbrook Colby and Ruth Lufkin]
            Ref. PMLumb, JCGS Vol. I 
            7 Celinda (or) Malinda Clough b. 1813 d. 1880 
              m. Joseph Mills Sr. b. 1796 d. 1874 
              m. James Miller 
                        The name Celinda is a weak link for Phyllis M. Lumb.  In her letter to me
				(George W. Estey), she states that she is trying to prove Malinda and Celinda
				are one and the same person.  The Malinda Clough in the JCGS book has the same
				birthday as Celinda Clough in the Mills genealogy.  The Mills book has Celinda
				marrying James Miller.  The JCGS Book only states that Malinda and James
				Miller had 6 to 8 children.  With the Lumb records also having  a spouse of
				Joseph Mills could she have married twice?
              James: 
	              The JCGS Vol. I states that Malinda and James had 8 children. 
              8 Joseph Mills, Jr. b. 1833 d. 1910 
                m. Emily Hannah Corbin b. 1845 d. 1918 
          6 William Atwood Clough b. 21 Dec 1794 
          6 Sumner Clough 
          6 John Clough b. 1805 
          6 Asa Clough b. _____ d. at age 15 
          6 Priscilla Clough b. 1809 d. 1855 
        5 Ruth Clough b. 20 Nov 1765 
      4 Zacheus Clough, Jr. b. 23 Nov 1725 d. 25 Mar 1726 
      4 Sarah Clough b. 1 Mar 1728 d. 18 Aug 1819 
        m. Thomas True m. 6 Sep 1753 b. 27 Sep 1731 d. 7 Jun 1801 
           [son of John True, Jr. and Mary Brown]
        Ref. EKTrue, DLMinarik 
      4 Ruth Clough b. 15 May 1730 
        Ref. EKTrue, DLMinarik 
      4 Tabitha Clough b. 1 Jan 1733 
        Ref. EKTrue, DLMinarik 
      4 Judith Clough b. 7 Oct 1735 d. 17 Apr 1756 
        Ref. EKTrue, DLMinarik 
      4 Zacheus Clough, Jr. b. 26 Sep 1737 
        Ref. EKTrue, DLMinarik 
      4 Benjamin Clough b. 25 May 1740 d. 1772 
        m. Meribah Ring m. 06-1759 d. 1772 
           [daughter of John Ring and Pricilla Norton]
                	Ref. LCKnowels, EKTrue, EOrcutt, DLMinarik, JCGS Vol. I The JCGS Vol. I has
			four children listed.  The first three are the same as those listed in the
			L.C. Knowles history but the fourth is named Daniel born about 1765.  In
			either case the children were left orphans.
        5 Judith Clough b. 7 Nov 1759 
          Ref. LCKnowles, JCGS Vol. I 
        5 John Clough b. 20 Oct 1760 d. 1847 
          m. Elizabeth (Betsy) Savage b. 21 Jan 1761 
             [daughter of Capt. Daniel Savage and Elizabeth Robinson]
                  Ref. LCKnowels, JCGS Vol. I, GLane The JCGS Vol. I has this John's birth as 11-23-1761
          Elizabeth: 
          		Ref: LCKnowels, GLane
          		Riverside Cemetery, Phillips, ME has:
                    Elizabeth S. Clough d. 7 Feb. 1844 Wife of John Clough -   This might be our Betsy

          6 Relief Clough b. 17 Jan 1785 
          6 John Clough b. 1787 d. 11 Jul 1851 
            m. Sybil Howard 
               [daughter of Uriah Howard and Unknown]
            Ref. LCKnowles, JCGS Vol. I 
            7 Rosilla Clough 
              Not listed in the JCGS volumes. 
            7 Hariet Clough b. 1809 
              m. Benjamin Webster 
                        Ref. LCKnowles, LDS:JLBJ-QS, JCGS Vol. I Went to New York with husband.  They
				had 6 children
            7 John Holman Clough b. 14 Feb 1811 d. 1892 
              m. Eliza Haskell 
              LCKnowels, LDS:8VXN-6Q, JCGS Vol. I 
              Eliza: 
              LCKnowels, LDS:8VXN-6Q, JCGS Vol. I 
              8 Caroline A. Clough b. 1837 d. 1907 
                m. Oren T. Taylor b. 1831 d. 1890 
                   [son of John Sanborn Taylor and Catherine Black]

            7 Benjamin Clough 
                        The JCGS Vol. I has this Benjamin's birth as 01-29-1792 and death as may 29,
				1814.  If this is true his father would have been about five years old at his
				birth.  I believe that these dates are for this benjamin's uncle Benjamin his
				father's brother.   George W. Estey, 1997

            7 Velina Clough b. 1816 
              Ref. LCKnowles, JCGS Vol. I 
            7 Matilda Clough b. 1819 
              Ref. LCKnowles, JCGS Vol. I 
            7 Betsey  Phillips Clough b. 1821 
              m. Warren P. Dyer 
                        Ref. LCKnowles. JCGS Vol. I Warren and Betsey had three children one of which
				was Laura C. (Dyer) Knowles.
              8 Laura C Dyer 
                m. Mr. Knowles 
            7 Lydia Clough b. 1823 
              Ref. LCKnowles. JCGS Vol. I 
            7 Adeline Clough b. 1828 
              m. David Shepard 
              Ref. LCKnowles, JCGS Vol. I 
          6 Benjamin Clough b. 29 Jan 1792 
                     	The JCGS Vol. I has this birth date listed for a Benjamin who is this
				Benjamin's nephew.  I suspect that the JCGS listing of a marriage to a Eunice
				Longley to Benjamin #1733 and his death of 05-29-1814 are records that belong
				under this Benjamin.  George W. Estey, 1997
          6 Daniel Clough b. 1 Sep 1794 
            m. Lydia Rand m. 1817 d. 3 Oct 1823 
            m. Ruth Phoenix b. 26 Mar 1813 d. 18 Aug 1906 
                        Ref. GWEstey, JCGS Vol. II Some time before 1855 Daniel, along with his
				brother Moses, moved to Portage, Wisconsin.  His brother John died there in
				1855 while on a visit. (see L. C. Knowels Clough history)
            Lydia: 
            Lydia died in childbirth of son David. 
            7 William Rand Clough b. 23 Jun 1818 
                        William, five years old at the time of his mother's death, went to live with
				his grandfather John Clough and later with his aunt Relief and Uncle Nathaniel Smith.
              8 Willoughby Goeway Clough 
            7 Daniel Clough b. 19 Nov 1819 
              m. Unknown 
            7 David Clough b. 3 Oct 1823 d. 9 Feb 1895 
              m. Hannah Davenport Clough m. 26 Aug 1849 b. 28 Apr 1834 d. 27 Mar 1916 
                 [daughter of Moses Clough and Mary (Polly) Davenport]
                         Witnesses to the marriage of David and Hannah were Faith Clough and Steven S.
				Clough.  This is from the marriage cirtificate.  My brother John Estey has the
				original. Ref. GWEstey papers, JCGS The George Willard Estey papers have
				David's birth as 10-06-1821 in Salem, ME and his death as 02-09-1898
              Hannah: 
                            Witnesses to the second marriage of Hannah were B. Clough and Elizabeth Clough
              8 Lydia Rand Clough b. 1 Dec 1852 d. 21 Dec 1890 
                m. James Theodore Sloggy m. 21 Feb 1872 b. 2 May 1850 d. 10 Jul 1933 
                   [son of Jacob Sloggy and Mary Sager]
                        Lydia died in childbirth of her daughter Olive on her 18th wedding
				anniversary.  Ironically her grandmother, Lydia, died in childbirth of her father.
                James: 
                		An obituary for James T. Sloggy written some time shortly after his death. 
 
                HOLD SERVICES FOR JAS. SLOGGY
                
                        "Funeral services for James Theodore Sloggy, 83, a former employee of the
				city at the LaGrande power plant, who died early in the week, were held
				Thursday  at 1:30 p. m. at the Piper chapel, Rev. E. E. Tuck presiding;
				burial was at Mountain View burial park.  He was a member of Rev. Tuck's
				church.

                        Mr. Sloggy returned July 3 from a visit with a daughter, Mrs. George Estes
				in Los Angeles, where he went in November, and his wife, Emma Virginia Sloggy,
				came from Seattle the same day, where she had been visiting with a daughter,
				Mr. Jeff H. McNichol, and they re-established their home at 5931 South I
				Street, where they had lived for 25 years.  Then came the end of the veteran
				resident after a week of illness.

                        Mr. and Mr. Sloggy were married in St. Paul years ago, and came to Tacoma
				seven years later.  Besides the daughters, a son, David, of Seattle survives."

                        Note the spelling of the Estey name; a common error made by people and one
				we Estey's, no-doubt, will continue to endure.    (George W. Estey, June 17,
				1998)

                        Yesterday my son Gregg and I located I Street mentioned in the obituary
				and found 5931 South I Street;  a small bungalow style house of the 1900 era
				which has had some work done on the exterior to modernize it.  It looks as if
				the people who live there now take pride in the upkeep of the home.  (June 17,
				1998)

                        Wife Emma Virginia was James' second wife and  they were married  about 1901
				using the data from the obituary (25 year resident of Tacoma and married 7
				years before moving from the St. Paul area).  This would be some 10 years
				following the death of his first wife, Lydia.  The daughter, Mrs. Jeff H.
				McNichol, is the daughter of Emma and we do not have information as to who her
				father was.  It could have been James which would make her a half-sister to
				Mae Lydia,  David, and John.  (GWE June 17, 1998)

                
                9 Mae Lidia Sloggy b. 15 Jun 1881 d. 26 Aug 1938 
                  m. George Willard Estey m. 11 Nov 1905 b. 19 Aug 1883 d. 26 Aug 1938 
                     [son of Willard Alden Estey and Lizzie Sarah Ballou]
                        First married a Marvin Larson.  They had a daughter, Vivian Hannah, who George
				Willard Estey adopted.  Mae's husband George connects the Clough line to a
				family line who in 1692 lost two of their loved ones to the Salem Witchcraft
				delusion; Mary Easty, and Rebecca Nourse.
                  10 Vivian Hannah Larson Estey b. 15 Sep 1900 d. 14 Apr 1912 
                        Entered in the family bible passed down from John Esty (b. 1733) is this entry
				by George Willard Estey at the time of Vivian's death: Daughter of Mae Lidia
				Larson and Marvin A. Larson and loved as daughter by George Willard Estey
                  10 Marvin Willard Estey b. 11 Dec 1906 d. 21 Jun 1961 
                    m. Violet Althea Dixon m. 14 Feb 1931 b. 14 Jul 1908 d. 8 Nov 1978 
                       [daughter of Harry Roebuck Dixon and Bessie McDonald]
                    Violet: 
                    Ref. MCDonald papers, GWEstey, MSEstey
                    
                        Sometime around 1921, when she was about 13 years of age, Violet took ill with
				jaundice or what today is called hepatitis.  She suffered from the effects of
				this for a long period of time.  Due to the need for constant care and her
				mother being burdened with the chores of boarding people in the home, Violet
				went to San Marino, CA to live for a time with her Uncle John and Aunt Gurtie
				Abel.  This is where my mother learned to sew, knit  and crochet.  This was
				the time when she played in the historic adobe house which stands by the
				swimming pool at the San Marino High School.  Violet made many of her clothes
				including her wedding dress.  She also learned from her Aunt Gurtie how to
				paint green pottery and china and glaze the same.

                        My memories of my mother while I was growing up are of a woman who had many
				talents and from her, I believe I gained the attitude that nothing was
				impossible to do.  (George Warren Estey. 1997)

                    Obituary:
                    
                        ESTEY - Violet D. Estey, of Sun City, CA passed away November 8 1978. Survived
				by sons, Marvin, George, and John; a brother, Donald Dixon; and eleven
				grandchildren.  She was a long-time resident of San Marino, member of the San
				Marino Womens Club for thirty-two years.  Also belonged to the San Marino
				Auxillary of Methodist Hospital, and member of PEO.  Services, Monday,
				November 13, at 11:00 A.M., at The San Marino Community Church.  Internment,
				San Gabriel Cemetery.  In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to The Youth
				Fund of the San Marino Comunity Church.  Turner & Stevens, Alhambra,
				directors.
                    11 Marvin Willard Estey II (details excluded) 
                       m. Mary Sharon Plumb (details excluded) 
                          [daughter of John  Nicholas Plumb and Mary Alice Brennen]
                      12 Sara Ann Estey (details excluded) 
                         m. Jeff Sauvageau 
                        13 Bryce Micahel (details excluded) 
                      12 David Ian Estey (details excluded) 
                         m. Lorie (FLAP) Williamson 
                        13 Savanah Estey (details excluded) 
                        13 Jordan Estey (details excluded) 
                      12 Ethan Paul Estey (details excluded) 
                         m. Clara Serralta 
                      12 Molly Marie Estey (details excluded) 
                         m. Steven John Stamper 
                      12 Joshuah Michael Estey (details excluded) 
                    11 George Warren Estey (details excluded) 
                       m. Patricia Ann Dunn (details excluded) 
                          [daughter of James Wesley Dunn and Ruth Lorraine Beamer]
                       m. Kathleen Lura (Nixon) Jackson (details excluded) 
                      12 Gregg Allan Estey (details excluded) 
                      12 Yvonne Jeannine Estey (details excluded) 
                         m. Robert D. Kester (details excluded) 
                        13 Jeremy Nathan Kester (details excluded) 
                        13 Aaron Matthew Kester (details excluded) 
                      12 Michael James Estey (details excluded) 
                      12 Carolyn (Carrie) Marie Jackson (details excluded) 
                    11 John Stephen Estey (details excluded) 
                       m. Lorraine Leslie Anderson (details excluded) 
                          [daughter of Dwight Kerns Anderson and Helen Marjorie Norris]
                      12 Diana Lynne Estey (details excluded) 
                         m. James E. Ruonala (details excluded) 
                            [son of John Ruonala and Gail Goodhue]
                        13 Avery Christiana Ruonala (details excluded) 
                        13 Page Elise Ruonala (details excluded) 
                      12 Stephen John Estey (details excluded) 
                         m. Elizabeth Seiberling 
                        13 Alexandra Nicole Estey (details excluded) 
                      12 Karen Jane Estey (details excluded) 
                         m. Walter Eugene Singley (details excluded) 
                        13 Thomas Brock Singley (details excluded) 
                        13 Riley Michelle Singley (details excluded) 
                  10 George Warren Estey b. 17 May 1908 d. 12 Feb 1909 
                9 David Sheriden Sloggy b. 27 Oct 1882 d. 1935  ? 
                9 John Behrens Sloggy b. 14 Oct 1886 d. 1933 
                9 Olive Lorraine Sloggy b. 21 Dec 1890 d. 5 Jul 1891 
              8 Georgiana Clough b. 5 Nov 1855 d. 19 Dec 1855 
                Ref. GWEstey, JCGS 
              8 Daniel Clough 
                m. Lavinia ________ 
                9 John Clough 
                  m. Emma Brockmann 
                  10 Leona Clough 
                    m. Fred Krause 
                    11 Gale Krause 
          6 Moses Clough b. 21 Jan 1797 d. 14 Jan 1870 
            m. Mary (Polly) Davenport m. 24 Sep 1818 b. 16 May 1801 
               	[daughter of Isaac Davenport and Hannah Greely]
            	served in War of 1812.  He moved to Kilborn WI and helped to settle the area. 
            7 Sibil Clough b. 14 Jun 1821 
            7 John Clough b. 25 Mar 1823 
            7 Elmira Clough 
            7 Moses Davenport Clough b. 2 Jun 1827 d. 27 Mar 1848 
            7 Orin R. Clough b. 23 Jan 1830 d. 16 Jul 1842 
            7 Hannah Davenport Clough b. 28 Apr 1834 d. 27 Mar 1916 
              m. David Clough m. 26 Aug 1849 b. 3 Oct 1823 d. 9 Feb 1895 
                 [son of Daniel Clough and Lydia Rand]
              m. Amos P. Kinney m. 21 Apr 1896 
                        Witnesses to the second marriage of Hannah were B. Clough and Elizabeth Clough
              David: 
                        Witnesses to the marriage of David and Hannah were Faith Clough and Steven S.
				Clough.  This is from the marriage cirtificate.  My brother John Estey has the
				original. Ref. GWEstey papers, JCGS The George Willard Estey papers have
				David's birth as 10-06-1821 in Salem, ME and his death as 02-09-1898
            7 Stephen Sawyer Clough b. 19 Oct 1834 d. 25 Jul 1876 
              m. Polly Elizabeth Compton m. 1 Mar 1861 b. 18 Jun 1835 d. 25 Jul 1876 
              m. Hattie Green 
              Ref: CLpapers, LSClough 
              8 Fred Leslie Clough b. 25 Jul 1884 
              8 Benjamin Paul Clough b. 4 Sep 1887 d. 1980 
                m. Signe M. Danberg m. 25 Jun 1924 b. 4 Feb 1893 d. 1975 
                Ref: JCGS Vol 1 & 2, LClough 
                Signe: 
                Ref: JCGS Vol 1, LSClough 
                9 Ralph Warren Clough (details excluded) 
                9 Lloyd Stephen Clough (details excluded) 
              8 Grace Floy Clough b. 30 Dec 1889 
              8 Violet Gladys Clough b. 26 Mar 1892 
              8 Archie Glen Clough b. 20 Feb 1895 
              8 Nina Davis Clough b. 21 Feb 189? 
            7 Daniel Clough b. 22 Mar 1838 
            7 Benjamin Clough b. 18 Apr 1840 
            7 Orin Clough b. 13 Feb 1846 d. 20 Aug 1865 
                        Orin was captured by the Confederacy during the Civil War and held in a
				Southern prison where he died of the effects.
          6 Elizabeth "Betsey" Clough b. 11 Mar 1800 
            Ref. LCKnowles, JCGS Vol. I 
          6 Zaceus Clough b. 12 Apr 1802 
          6 David Clough b. 7 Apr 1804 
        5 Dorothy Clough 
          Ref. LCKnowles, JCGS Vol. I 
        5 Benjamin Clough 
                    	There is question by the JCGS Vol. I, as to the name of this fourth child. The
				JCGS Vol. I, has the name to be Daniel born about 1765.  This is one of the
				mysteries of genealogical research that we must continue to work for answers
				but we must also accept, that for some, there will be none. George W. Estey,
				1997
    3 Isaac Clough b. 24 Jan 1693 
      m. Sarah Swain m. 25 Jan 1719 d. 22 Dec 1768 
      Ref. OFOS&A, EOrcutt Went to Salem, NH 
      4 Josiah Clough b. 22 Dec 1720 
        Ref. WSClough, JCGS Vol. I 
      4 Isaac Clough b. 27 Mar 1723 d. 1766 
                	Ref. WSClough. JCGS Vol. I The letter W. S. Clough sent me has Isaac's birth
			year as 1727.
      4 Mary Clough 
        Ref. WSClough, JCGS Vol. I 
      4 Wyman Clough b. 4 Oct 1726 
        Ref. WSClough, JCGS Vol. I 
      4 James Clough b. abt. 1732 d. aft. 1790 
        m. Mehitable Secomb b. 1738 d. 1764 
        m. Ruth Webster m. 2 Nov 1769 b. 1744 d. 7 Feb 1825 
        Ref. WSClough, DTerrill, EOrcutt, JCGS Vol. I, DSmith Went to Hopkington, NH 
        Ruth: 
        Ref. WSClough, DTerrill 
        5 Mehitable Sacombe Clough 
          Ref. WSClough, JCGS Vol. I 
        5 Betsey Clough b. 30 Jun 1770 d. 1 Sep 1861 
          m. Joseph Eastman m. 26 Oct 1790 b. 18 Sep 1768 d. 16 Feb 1823 
                  Ref. DTerrill. JCGS Vol. I Burial place moved to Contoocook Village Cemetary,
			in rear. JCGS has name as Betty or Elizabeth
          Joseph: 
          		Burial place moved to Contoocook Village Cemetary, in rear. 
          6 Joseph Eastman b. 1797 d. 31 Jan 1873 
            m. Hannah Chase m. 1824 b. 1806 d. 03-1860 
            m. Louisa Stevens m. 17 Jan 1864 
        5 Lydia Clough b. 03-1772 
        5 Stfphen Clough b. 11 Jul 1774 
        5 William Clough b. 1 Nov 1776 
        5 Rebecca Clough b. abt. 1778 
        5 Hannah Clough b. 06-1781 
        5 Phineas Clough b. 28 Jul 1783 d. 12 Jul 1866 
          m. Judith Currier m. 3 Feb 1811 
          Ref. WSClough, JCGS Vol. I 
          6 Willard Clough b. 19 Oct 1811 d. 23 Jan 1866 
            m. Charlotte Dustin m. 1835 b. 19 Feb 1816 d. 3 Nov 1885 
            Ref. WSClough, JCGS Vol. I 
            Charlotte: 
            Ref. WSClough, JCGS Vol. I 
            7 Moses Tenney Clough b. 22 Mar 1838 
              Ref. WSClough, JCGS Vol. I 
            7 Maria C. Clough b. 16 Feb 1842 
              Ref. WSClough, JCGS Vol. I 
            7 Willard Eugene Clough b. 8 Jun 1850 d. 14 Apr 1934 
              m. Clarissa Burnham m. 10-1872 b. 1849 d. 25 Apr 1878 
              m. Amanda ___________ 
              m. Katherine (or Catherine) Grigg m. 8 Oct 1890 b. 18 Nov 1862 d. 25 Jan 1950 
              8 Walter Zaccaeus Clough b. 1 Jun 1873 d. 13 Dec 1971 
                m. Sarah  Tabitha Grigg m. 22 Aug 1894 b. 11 Nov 1868 d. 12 Feb 1937 
                	Walter's and his father's wife were sisters 
                Sarah: 
                  	Ref. WSClough, JCGS Vol. I W.S Clough has Sarah's birth as 11-04-1863/64 JCGS
				has death as 02-12-1957
                9 Woodman Walter Clough b. 12 Jul 1897 d. 6 Feb 1980 
                  m. Vida Edwina Stevens m. 07-1922 
                  m. Ruby Janet Milbury m. 1942 b. 17 Sep 1894 d. 5 Apr 1974 
                  10 Walter Stevens Clough (details excluded) 
                    m. Ann Louise Skillin (details excluded) 
                    11 Fred Walter Clough (details excluded) 
                    11 Douglas Robert Clough (details excluded) 
                    11 John David Clough (details excluded) 
                  10 Margaret Ann Clough (details excluded) 
                    m. James C. Perkins (details excluded) 
                       [son of Sherman Perkins and Margaret Arnold Clough]
                    11 Carol Ann Perkins (details excluded) 
                    11 Nancy Lee Perkins (details excluded) 
                    11 James Perkins b. 23 Jun 1957 d. 18 Sep 1958 
                    11 Steven Perkins (details excluded) 
                    11 Charles Perkins b. 31 Oct 1964 d. 14 May 1982 
                        In a second letter from Walter S. Clough he writes, "Charlie became
				discouraged with life in general and decided to leave us for a better place.
				So sad."
                9 Marion Esther Clough b. 26 Feb 1899 d. 7 Oct 1986 
                  m. George Holden m. 25 Dec 1935 b. 29 May 1888 d. 1 Oct 1963 
              8 Alice Clough b. 1875 d. 1884 
              8 Clara Clough b. 28 Apr 1897 
                m. Ralph Bent m. 6 Nov 1949 
        5 Ruth Clough b. abt. 1784 
      4 William Clough b. 19 May 1734 d. 21 Aug 1798 
        m. _________ Mary Austin 
        m. Abigail __________ 
        Ref. WSClough, JCGS Vol. I 
        5 Jeremiah Clough b. 12 Jan 1782 
          m. Fanny Abbott m. 27 Nov 1806 b. 20 Dec 1787 d. 7 Jan 1857 
             [daughter of Josiah Abbott and Ruth Bodwell]
          6 Ruth Clough b. 28 Aug 1809 
          6 Cynthia Clough b. 11 Mar 1809 
          6 Jason Clough b. 15 Feb 1811 
          6 Sophia Clough b. 24 Sep 1812 d. 14 Jul 1815 
          6 Eber Clough b. 22 Apr 1814 d. 30 Mar 1893 
            m. Susan Stevens m. 1 Dec 1841 b. 4 May 1817 d. 10 Aug 1901 
               [daughter of Benjamin Stevens and Betsey Campbell Hall]
                        He resided in Bath and Landaff, NH before coming to Bethel, ME in 1846 or
				1847.  They settled on the Songo Pond Road.  In 1849, Eber held a minor town
				office.  He was a Universalist also a trustee of Gould's Academy.  He
				purchased a wool carding and cloth dressing factory from Moses T. Cross.  He
				also owned a starch factory and flour mill on Mill Brook near where the old
				dam was.  Eber was selectman in 1853-54, a State Representative in 1858.  He
				served as tax collector in 1869-1873.  In 1867 Eber was on the committee for
				building the bridge across the Androscoggin River.  He made a model to scale
				which later was built.  The model was burned in his mill.
            7 Orville Dewey Clough b. 5 Oct 1842 d. 6 Jun 1908 
              m. Ida Annah Holt m. 22 Feb 1877 b. 29 Sep 1856 d. 3 Nov 1906 
                 [daughter of Sam Holt and Abbie Chase]
                        Marked on his stone, he belonged to Co. A 12th ME Inf.  He was a charter
				member of the Mt. Abram Lodge 31 Oct. 3, 1873, he was Vice Grand in 1874 and
				Noble Grand in 1875.
              Ida: 
                        Ida painted flowers on silk and made quilts. She was burried beside he husband
				and 2 sisters, Arvilla and Vira.
              8 Robert Theron Clough b. 3 Jan 1878 d. 26 Mar 1963 
                m. Mabel Hattie Bryant m. 15 Mar 1905 b. 17 Jul 1879 d. 12 Jun 1969 
                   [daughter of Perez Frank Bryant and Mary Elizabeth Ray]
                        Robert resided on the Songo Pond road most of his early life.  Farming was his
				main occupation.  He owned the first gasoline powered saw rig in Bethel.  He
				and Mabel opened a lunch room and over-night cabins at the beach on Songo
				Pond.  After the children were grown, they moved to South Paris; living there
				nearly ten years, then moved back to West Bethel.
	                  Robert helped clear land in Wilson's Mills at age 18 before Aziscohos Dam was
				built.  He told of staying "at the camp in the meadows".
				Robert had a bladder stone removed at age 77. 
                Mabel: 
                        Mabel worked maney years in the Bethel Inn in the kitchen and laundry.  She
				also worked in private homes caring for the sick.
                9 Dorothy Elizabeth Clough b. 6 Jan 1906 d. 7 Apr 1963 
                  m. Harry Gordon 
                9 Roger Leland Clough (details excluded) 
                  m. Alice Tatro 
                  m. Jeannette Gibson Kimball 
                9 Grace Prudence Clough (details excluded) 
                  m. Guy Morrill 
                9 Theron Clough b. 5 Jul 1910 d. 8 Oct 1910 
                  Lived to age 3 mo. 3 days.  Cause of death - Indigestion. 
                9 Margaret Mae Clough (details excluded) 
                  m. Alfred Merrill 
                9 Mazie Clough (details excluded) 
                  m. Norman L. Kincaid 
                9 Blanch Inez Clough b. 26 Apr 1915 d. 26 Jun 1915 
                9 Emerson Clough (details excluded) 
                  m. Emma Adaline Stetson (details excluded) 
                  10 Theron Rollin Clough (details excluded) 
                    m. Barbara Jean Kimball 
                    m. Susan Jean Phillips (details excluded) 
                       [daughter of Ernest Philips and Pearl Daye]
                    11 Erin Elizabeth Clough (details excluded) 
                    11 Coleen Ariana Clough (details excluded) 
                  10 Valerie Lucinda Clough (details excluded) 
                    m. Bruce Wayne Schroeder (details excluded) 
                       [son of Bernard (Bunny) Schroeder and Phyllis Clark]
                    11 Russell Lee Schroeder (details excluded) 
                       m. Lynn Ann Lehan (details excluded) 
                          [daughter of Patrick Lehan and Joanne Dalaia]
                      12 Ashley Lynn Schroeder (details excluded) 
                    11 Victoria Lea Schroeder (details excluded) 
                  10 Rosalie Vernita Clough (details excluded) 
                    m. Steve Frederick Farnum (details excluded) 
                       [son of Fredrick Farnum and Eleanor Wing]
                    11 Caleb Frederick Farnum (details excluded) 
                  10 Corinne (Connie) Violet Clough (details excluded) 
                    m. Robert Samuel Mitchell (details excluded) 
                       [son of William Mitchell and Lottie Prising]
                    m. Richard Leo Lausier 
                    11 Janelle Marie Mitchell (details excluded) 
                9 Ruth Agnes Clough b. 21 Jul 1920 d. 1 Sep 1920 
                  cause of death - Marasmus. 
              8 Millard Samuel Clough b. 25 Oct 1884 d. 7 Dec 1973 
                He sometimes went by the name Millard Fillmore . 
            7 Isabel Clough b. 8 Jun 1844 
              m. Lyman Clark 
            7 Emma Clough b. 12 Sep 1846 d. 12 Jun 1923 
            7 Harry Clough b. 29 Oct 1847 d. 26 Apr 1868 
            7 Ella Clough b. 3 May 1849 
              m. Timothy Cullen Carter m. 15 Dec 1869 
              Timothy: 
              Timothy and Ella had 12 children. 
            7 Eber Clough, Jr. b. 7 Sep 1851 
              m. J. Louise Mumler m. 9 Jun 1871 
            7 Mary I. Clough b. 7 Jun 1853 
              m. Mellen A. Nevens m. 31 Jul 1888 
            7 Carrie Clough b. 7 Mar 1855 
              m. John Herbert Carter m. 22 Sep 1875 
            7 Florence P. Clough b. 17 Sep 1856 
              m. L. E. Whitney m. 18 Nov 1875 
              m. George E. King 
            7 Frank Clough b. 2 Nov 1858 d. 17 Jul 1900 
            7 Herbert Clough b. 17 Feb 1860 d. 7 Jun 1895 
            7 Iva Clough b. 1 Jul 1861 d. 5 Aug 1861 
            7 Ida Clough b. 1 Jul 1861 d. 6 Aug 1861 
            7 Harlan B. Clough b. 3 Nov 1862 
              m. Evangeline Barker Both 
            7 Katie Clough b. 4 Jul 1864 d. 2 Oct 1864 
            7 Alfred Lee Clough b. 4 Feb 1866 
                        It is believed that Alfred went to live in Florada and went by his middle name, Lee.
          6 Henry Clough b. 1817 
          6 Moriah Clough 
          6 Celesta Clough 
            m. Moses Lang 
          6 Lauriette Clough 
            m. Daniel Fifield 
          6 Edwin Clough 
    3 Rebecca Clough b. 3 Jun 1696 d. 10 Aug 1749 
      m. Ichabod Clough m. 20 Dec 1722 b. 29 Jun 1697 d. 24 Dec 1745 
         [son of Benoni Clough and Hannah Merrill]
      Ref. OFOS&A, EKTrue, DNCluff 
      Ichabod: 
            	REF. LDS:2POV-79, MEFillmore, DNCluff, EOrcutt Removed to Lee and then Durham,
			NH - Raised in Kingston as a child.  Early church member.
    3 Hannah Clough b. 25 Sep 1698 d. 13 Feb 1715 
      		OFOSA&A, LDS:8WQ8-1N 
    3 Judith Clough b. 1 Oct 1700 
    3 Martha Clough b. 23 Feb 1702 
    3 Jethro Clough b. 16 Jun 1705 
      m. Mary Duston 
      WSClough, ARClough 
    3 Tabitha b. 1707 
    3 Ruth Clough b. 7 Sep 1711 
      m. John Webster 
  2 Martha Clough b. 22 Mar 1654 
    m. Cornelius Page m. 13 Nov 1674 
       [son of John Page and Mary Marsh]
        	Ref. DBStevens, EOrcutt Martha was married the same day as her brother John.
		It was a double Clough/Page wedding.
    3 John Page 
    3 Amos Page 
    3 Elizabeth Page b. 1679 d. 1752 
      m. Thomas Johnson b. 1670 d. 1742 
      Ref. WSClough, PMLumb 
      4 Ruth Johnson b. 1709 
        m. Johnathan Lufkin 
        5 Ruth Lufkin b. 1748 
          m. Philbrook Colby b. 1734 d. 1790 
          6 Mary (Polly) Colby b. 1791 d. 1880 
            m. Daniel Clough b. 8 Apr 1792 d. 1875 
               [son of Daniel Clough and Abigail Atwood]
            Daniel: 
            Ref. PMLumb, JCGS Vol. I 
    3 Jeanna Page 
    3 Mehitable Page 
    3 Cornelius Page, Jr. 
  2 Samuel Clough b. 20 Feb 1656 d. 8 Mar 1709 
    m. Elizabeth Brown m. 3 Aug 1679 
    DBStevens, OFOS&A Snow shoe man in 1708 
    3 Sarah Clough b. 28 Feb 1679 d. 20 Mar 1679 
    3 Jemima Clough b. 28 May 1681 
      m. Samuel Fowler, Jr. m. 31 Dec 1707 
      Samuel: 
      Samuel & Jemima had 5 children. 
    3 Hannah Clough b. 1685 
      m. John Hunt m. 5 Dec 1705 
      Ref. OFOS&A, ARClough 
      4 Hannah Hunt 
        m. Joshua Hills 
        5 Lydia Hills 
          m. Levi Stevens 
          6 Dorothy Stevens 
            m. Aaron Chase 
            7 Jas P. Chase 
              m. Sabrina Morrell 
              8 Samuel Chase 
                m. Clarissa Guen 
                9 Clara Chase 
                  m. Leslie Berry 
                  10 Pearl Berry 
                    m. Clarence Harold Coburn 
                    11 Clara E Coburn 
                       m. William Kenneth Hearn 
                              Clara grew up in Sutton at the foot of Mt. Mansfield.  After graduating from
					Mary Fletcher Hospital (now VT Med Center Burlington) she moved to Baltimore,
					MD where she lived until retirement.  At that time she and her husband
					followed her daughter to Tennessee.  Her ancestors were all from early Mass.,
					Conn, & NH.
                      12 William Lee Hearn 
                         m. Roberta DeFont 
                         m. Christine Palmiri 
                        13 Eric Lee Hearn (details excluded) 
                        13 Jamie Leigh Hearn (details excluded) 
                        13 Christopher Michael Hearn (details excluded) 
                      12 Mary Elizabeth Hearn 
                         m. R. Craig Vogil 
    3 Samuel Clough b. 14 Feb 1686 d. 1728 
      m. Mary Blaisdell m. 12 Dec 1706 
            Ref. OFOS&A, SKlomps Removed to Salem at some time (per "Old Families Of
		Salisbury & Amesbury") Inherited 1/2 of grandfather's 20 acre River Lot in
		Amesbury bu resided in Salisbury.
      4 Peter Clough b. 25 Oct 1707 
        Ref. OFOS&A, JCGS Vol. I 
      4 Anne Clough b. 23 Mar 1709 
      4 Mary Clough b. 12 Oct 1710 
      4 Samuel Clough b. 6 Feb 1715 
        m. Hannah Hutchins m. 14 Feb 1736 
            Ref. BBrown, JCGS Vol. I Removed to town of Kittery, now in Maine, and married
		Hannah Hutchins, of one of the old families of that section.  Two of their
		children and perhaps more were born in Kittery.  He removed to Arundel, now
		Kennebunkport, ME about 1758.  Four of their children were soldiers in the
		Revolution.
        5 Joseph Clough b. 21 Feb 1742 
          m. Elvira Hutchins 
          	He was  revolutionary soldier and after the war removed to Hollis, NH 
        5 Rhoda Clough b. 2 May 1745 
          m. Paul March 
          Ref. BBrown, JCGS Vol. I 
        5 Samuel Clough 
          m. Lucy Wakefield 
          Ref. BBrown, JCGS Vol. I 
        5 Thomas Clough 
          m. Hannah Goodnow 
          Ref. BBrown, JCGS Vol. I 
        5 Noah Clough b. 1754 
          m. Mary Goodwin 
          Ref. BBrown (Worchester County history) 
          
                  He was a soldier in the old French war in the sixties and again in the
			revolution.  He was in the battle of Bunker Hill.  He was wounded in the
			attack on Quebec, captured and kept a prisoner; was in other service as stated
			below after he was exchanged.  He had a pension granted him after the war
			account of his health as he was an invalid.  His war service in detail was:
			Private in Captain Jesse Dorman's company,  Colonel James Scammon's regiment;
			enlisting May 8, 1775, went into the Continental Army 1778 for six months;
			was a private in Captian Abel Moulton's company, Colonel  Jonathan Titcombs's
			regiment 1777.  Rhode Island campaign; in Captain Joshua Nason's  company,
			Colonel Storer's regiment, at Queman's heights; served in the same company in
			Northern Army 1777;  mustered in for sis mounths, October 25, 1780.  The
			revolutionary war rolls describe his personal appearance thus:  Age twenty-six
			years; height, five feet, 10 inches; dark complexion.
          6 Shadrack Clough b. 1777 
            m. Lydia Abbott m. 24 Oct 1800 
               [daughter of Silas Abbot and Lydia Clough]
          6 David Clough b. 16 Nov 1780 d. 16 Mar 1864 
            m. Lois Clough m. 14 Apr 1808 
            m. Lydia Sinclair m. 20 Nov 1832 
            7 Arthur Clough b. 16 Apr 1811 d. 17 Feb 1886 
              m. Harriet Gilpatrick m. 7 May 1837 b. 11 Jun 1809 
                  He received his education in public schools and worked on his father's farm
			during his minority.  He bought a a large farm on the road from Kennebunkport
			to Saco Church, and lived there during his active life.  His farm yielded
			excellent clay, and he made bricks in large quantities to supply the local
			demand.  He sold out the farm and brickyards in later life and bought a house
			in the village of  Kennebunk where he lived out the rest of his life.  Early
			in life he was a Methodist but later belonged to an Orthodox Congregational
			Church.  He was a Republican in politics.
              8 Benjamin Franklin Clough b. 4 Feb 1838 d. 8 May 1899 
                m. Adelia Jane Perkins m. 15 Aug 1871 b. 13 Sep 1845 
                   [daughter of John Perkins and Catherine Sweetzer]
                From the Worchester County history:
                
                        Dr. Benjamin Clough attended common schools in Kennebunkport and
				supplemented his schooling with a course at Berwick Academy, at South Berwick,
				ME where he was fitted for Harvard College.   To prepare himself for his
				medical studies he entered the drug store of Alexander Warren at Kennebunk,
				ME, as an apprentice, November 6, 1856, and remained there until March, 1858,
				when he accepted a clerkship in Biddeford, ME, where he remained until
				November 6, 1860.  He took a short vacation and then came to Boston to work in
				the drug store at the corner of Tremont and Boylston Streets, April 12,1861.
				He remained in that position until October 16, 1863, when he received an
				appointment as surgeon's steward in the Uniter States Navy.  He proceeded to
				Cairo, IL to report to Admiral Porter on his flagship "Black Hawk," began his
				new duties October 23d and served on that ship during the Red River campaign
				and other engagements.  The "Black Hawk" was destroyed by fire April 12, 1865
				and he was transferred to the hospital ship "Red River," where he was mustered
				out August 12, 1865.   He returned to Boston and accepted a clerkship at the
				same drug store and remained there until the fall of 1866, when he entered
				Harvard Medical School.  He was graduated  with the degree of M. D. in 1869,
				and started  to practice in Worchester.  His office was at 2 Myrtle Street
				until September 14, 1886, when removed to 46 Austin Street, where he practiced
				to the time of his death.   He enjoyed a large general practice and was
				accounted a wise and successful physician.  He ranked high in citizenship as
				well as in his profession.  He was an active member of Trinity Methodist
				Church and of Epworth League.  He was a Republican in Politics.  He was
				prominent in the Masonic fraternity, a life member of Montacute Lodge, being
				raised November 13, 1893; made a member of Eureka Royal Arch Chapter February
				6, 1894; was a member of Hiram Council of Royal and Select Masters, and of
				Stella Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star.  He was a member of Charles Devens
				Council, American Mechanics.  He was of the most interested members of the
				Grand Army of the Republic.  He joined George H. Ward Post No. 10 during the
				first year of his residence in Worchester, and was mustered  in by Captain
				Amos M. Parker in May, 1869.  He was elected Post Sergeon to succeed Dr.
				Albert Wood, December, 1891, and re-elected December 1892, serving up to the
				time of his death.  Honerable A. S. Roe calles him the "most devoted sergeon
				Post 10, G. A. R., ever had."   He was also president of the board of trustees
				of Post 10, having charge of the relief work of that organization.  He was an
				active member of Farragut Association (Naval) of Philadelphia, PA.  He was a
				member of the Massachusetts Medical Societyand Harvard Alumni Medical Society.

                9 Bertha Francis Clough b. 1 Aug 1873 d. 16 Nov 1884 
              8 George Sylvester Clough b. 2 May 1839 
                m. Mercy Stone March 
                m. Sara Jane Cleaves m. 7 Mar 1874 b. 31 May 1845 
                   [daughter of Thomas Cleaves and Olivr Littlefield (Hatch) Worth]
                         Member of the school board of Worchester for three years;  general court
				1891-92; prominent in the Masonic fraternity.
                9 Hattie Clough b. _____ d. young 
                9 John Arthur Clough b. 22 Dec 1874 
                9 Cora Belle Clough b. 1 Dec 1877 
                        At the time when the Worchester County history was being written, Cora resided
				with her mother and brother at 1 Merrick St.
              8 John Hill Clough b. 7 Nov 1846 d. 23 Mar 1871 
                m. Abbie Elizabeth Redding m. 14 Jan 1869 
              8 Arthur Howard Clough b. 24 Jun 1852 d. 8 Aug 1852 
            7 Horace Clough 
            7 Lois Clough b. 19 Apr 1818 
              Ref. BBrown, JCGS Vol. I 
            7 David F. Clough b. 20 May 1820 
              m. Isabella Huff 
              m. Clara A. Cousins 
              Isabella: 
                        This Isabella Huff might be the same as Betty Huff mentioned in Walter S.
				Clough's papers? The above  Walter S. Clough is not the son of Isabella's
				daughter Emma Louise but the son of Woodman Walter and Vida (Stevens) Clough.
              8 Addie H. Clough b. 1847 d. 1871 
              8 Emma Louise Clough b. 29 Sep 1848 
                m. Oliver S. Clough b. 24 Nov 1838 d. 7 Mar 1882 
                   [son of Heber Clough and Betsey Seavey]
              8 Charles W. Clough b. 12 Mar 1856 
              8 Mary E. Clough b. 1858 
            7 Melville Cox Clough b. 27 Feb 1825 
              Ref. BBrown, JCGS Vol. I 
            7 Phebe Clough 
              m. Leonard Pettes 
            7 Mary A. Clough 
            7 Elmira Clough 
            7 Olive Clough 
            7 Charles Wesley Clough b. 26 Nov 1834 
              Ref. BBrown, JCGS Vol. I 
            7 Olivia Clough 
            7 Meriam Clough b. 1838 
          6 Naomi Clough b. 1784 
          6 Obed Clough b. 1790 
            Ref. BBrown, JCGS Vol. I 
        5 Lydia Clough b. 1755 
          m. Silas Abbot 
          Ref. BBrown, JCGS Vol. I 
          6 Lydia Abbott 
            m. Shadrack Clough m. 24 Oct 1800 b. 1777 
               [son of Noah Clough and Mary Goodwin]
        5 John Clough b. 1756 
        5 Enoch Clough b. 1757 
          	Ref. BBrown, C&JCluff He was a soldier in the Revolution; he was lost at sea. 
        5 Joel Clough b. 1760 
          m. Dorothy Hutchins m. 25 Jan 1784 
          		Ref. BBrown, C&JCluff It is believed that he & his wife are burried in land
			owned by Samuel Cluff 4 but there are no markers to indicate this.
          6 Enoch Clough b. 1784 d. 28 Sep 1851 
            m. Hannah Seavey b. 1788 d. 1869 
            Ref. WSClough, C&JCluff 
            7 Heber Clough b. 07-1809 d. 1 Dec 1863 
              m. Betsey Seavey m. 1836 
                  Ref. WSClough, JCGS Vol. I The JCGS Vol I pg. 475 has Heber's wife as a Betsey
			Seavey.
              Betsey: 
                  	Ref. WSClough, JCGS Vol. I Walter S. Clough sent me data that states that
				Heber's wife was a Betty Huff.
              8 Jason L. Clough b. 6 May 1837 
              8 Oliver S. Clough b. 24 Nov 1838 d. 7 Mar 1882 
                m. Emma Louise Clough b. 29 Sep 1848 
                   [daughter of David F. Clough and Isabella Huff]
              8 Isabelle Clough b. 8 May 1838 
              8 Samuel Clough b. 15 Nov 1841 d. 1907 
                m. Margaret Billings m. 1865 b. 1848 d. 1933 
                Ref. WSClough, JCGS Vol. I 
                9 Wilfred Clough b. 1870 d. 1941 
                  m. Laura Arnold m. 1905 b. 1883 
                  10 Margaret Arnold Clough (details excluded) 
                    m. Sherman Perkins b. 1900 d. 1955 
                    11 James C. Perkins (details excluded) 
                       m. Margaret Ann Clough (details excluded) 
                          [daughter of Woodman Walter Clough and Vida Edwina Stevens]
              8 Maianna Clough b. 7 Dec 1843 
              8 Cyrus J. Clough b. 13 Jan 1846 d. 10 Nov 1863 
              8 Nanct J. Clough b. 19 May 1848 d. 16 Jun 1849 
              8 George V. Clough b. 5 May 1850 d. 3 Jun 1859 
              8 Plooma J. Clough b. 4 Jul 1852 
              8 Amansa Clough b. _____ d. died young 
            7 Samuel L. Clough b. 1811 
            7 Josiah Clough 
            7 Cyrus Clough b. 26 Mar 1820 
        5 Martha Clough 
          m. Thomas Huff 
      4 Mercy Clough b. 15 Apr 1717 
      4 John Clough b. 16 Mar 1721 
      4 Thomas Clough b. 12 Mar 1724 
      4 Jonathan Clough b. 26 Jan 1726 
        living in 1745. 
      4 Elizabeth Clough b. 26 Jun 1728 
      4 Jemima Clough b. 6 Apr 1730 
      4 Ebenezer Clough b. 20 Feb 1735 
    3 Ebenezer Clough b. 19 Jan 1689 
            Ref. OFOS&A, SKlomps Inherited 1/2 of grandfather's River Lot in Amesbury, but
		did not live there.
    3 Elizabeth Clough b. 23 Apr 1693 
      m. Samuel Hunt m. 7 Oct 1706 
    3 David Clough b. 17 May 1696 d. 8 May 1757 
      m. Elizabeth Blaisdell m. 25 Nov 1718 
      m. Mehit (Gould) Worthen m. 1 Jun 1743 
            Ref. OFOS&A, SKlomp Had both 20 acre River Lots of his father and grandfather
		in Amesbury and resided there.
      Mehit: 
      Mehit was a widow when she married David. 
    3 Rachel Clough b. 26 Jan 1699 
    3 Jacob Clough b. 26 Jan 1699 


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