Amos Ralph1

M, b. 4 September 1779, d. 25 March 1850
FatherDaniel Ralph1 b. 13 May 1748, d. 2 Mar 1826
MotherPriscilla Galot (Galo) Beal1 b. 7 Sep 1754, d. 30 Jul 1825
     Amos Ralph was born on 4 September 1779 at Woodstock, Windsor County, Vermont.1 Daniel, Amos and David was probably a free white male, under 16 years old, in Daniel Ralph's household on the 1790 Census at Woodstock, Windsor County, Vermont; Daniel Ralph has 3 males 16+, 3 males 16- and 5 females. Here is one possible reconstruction:
male 16+ - Daniel Ralph, Jonathan Ralph, Phineas Ralph (unless one of them has his own household)
male 16- - Daniel Ralph, David Ralph, Amos Ralph
females -- wife Priscilla, daughters Priscilla, Prudence, Susan

At most only room for one male 16+ (if one of the Ralphs has his own census line) and one female.2 Amos Ralph married Elizabeth Bridge circa 1800 at Windsor County, Vermont.3 Amos Ralph died on 25 March 1850 at Windsor County, Vermont, at age 70.3

Family

Elizabeth Bridge b. 1777, d. 2 Feb 1804

Citations

  1. [S335] Norma Ingalls, 26 Aug 2000; downloaded July 2002.
  2. [S62] 1790 census, online www.ancestry.com.
  3. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Havens Family Tree.

Priscilla Galo Ralph1

F, b. 15 July 1782, d. 26 July 1871
FatherDaniel Ralph1 b. 13 May 1748, d. 2 Mar 1826
MotherPriscilla Galot (Galo) Beal1 b. 7 Sep 1754, d. 30 Jul 1825
     Priscilla Galo Ralph was born on 15 July 1782 at Woodstock, Windsor County, Vermont.1,2 Priscilla, Prudence, Priscilla and Susan was probably a free white female in Daniel Ralph's household on the 1790 Census at Woodstock, Windsor County, Vermont; Daniel Ralph has 3 males 16+, 3 males 16- and 5 females. Here is one possible reconstruction:
male 16+ - Daniel Ralph, Jonathan Ralph, Phineas Ralph (unless one of them has his own household)
male 16- - Daniel Ralph, David Ralph, Amos Ralph
females -- wife Priscilla, daughters Priscilla, Prudence, Susan

At most only room for one male 16+ (if one of the Ralphs has his own census line) and one female.3 As of 22 November 1802,her married name was Sterling.2 Priscilla Galo Ralph married Richard Sterling on 22 November 1802 at Woodstock, Windsor County, Vermont.2 Priscilla Galo Ralph died on 26 July 1871 at Warren, Washington County, Vermont, at age 89.2

Family

Richard Sterling b. 21 Dec 1777, d. 23 Jul 1872

Citations

  1. [S335] Norma Ingalls, 26 Aug 2000; downloaded July 2002.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Havens Family Tree.
  3. [S62] 1790 census, online www.ancestry.com.

Susan Ralph1

F, b. 7 April 1784, d. 20 February 1865
FatherDaniel Ralph1 b. 13 May 1748, d. 2 Mar 1826
MotherPriscilla Galot (Galo) Beal1 b. 7 Sep 1754, d. 30 Jul 1825
     Susan Ralph was born on 7 April 1784 at Woodstock, Windsor County, Vermont.1,2 Priscilla, Prudence, Priscilla and Susan was probably a free white female in Daniel Ralph's household on the 1790 Census at Woodstock, Windsor County, Vermont; Daniel Ralph has 3 males 16+, 3 males 16- and 5 females. Here is one possible reconstruction:
male 16+ - Daniel Ralph, Jonathan Ralph, Phineas Ralph (unless one of them has his own household)
male 16- - Daniel Ralph, David Ralph, Amos Ralph
females -- wife Priscilla, daughters Priscilla, Prudence, Susan

At most only room for one male 16+ (if one of the Ralphs has his own census line) and one female.3 As of 22 January 1815,her married name was Bridge.2 Susan Ralph married James Bridge on 22 January 1815 at Woodstock, Windsor County, Vermont.2 Susan Ralph died on 20 February 1865 at Malta, DeKalb County, Illinois, at age 80.2

Family

James Bridge b. 21 Mar 1781, d. 28 Feb 1862

Citations

  1. [S335] Norma Ingalls, 26 Aug 2000; downloaded July 2002.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Havens Family Tree.
  3. [S62] 1790 census, online www.ancestry.com.

David Ralph1

M, b. 24 January 1789, d. 2 October 1880
FatherDaniel Ralph1 b. 13 May 1748, d. 2 Mar 1826
MotherPriscilla Galot (Galo) Beal1 b. 7 Sep 1754, d. 30 Jul 1825
     David Ralph was born on 24 January 1789 at Woodstock, Windsor County, Vermont.1,2 Daniel, Amos and David was probably a free white male, under 16 years old, in Daniel Ralph's household on the 1790 Census at Woodstock, Windsor County, Vermont; Daniel Ralph has 3 males 16+, 3 males 16- and 5 females. Here is one possible reconstruction:
male 16+ - Daniel Ralph, Jonathan Ralph, Phineas Ralph (unless one of them has his own household)
male 16- - Daniel Ralph, David Ralph, Amos Ralph
females -- wife Priscilla, daughters Priscilla, Prudence, Susan

At most only room for one male 16+ (if one of the Ralphs has his own census line) and one female.3 David Ralph married Sarah "Sally" ? say 1830 at Vermont.2 David Ralph died on 2 October 1880 at Vermont at age 91.2

Family

Sarah "Sally" ? b. 1801, d. 1880

Citations

  1. [S335] Norma Ingalls, 26 Aug 2000; downloaded July 2002.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Havens Family Tree.
  3. [S62] 1790 census, online www.ancestry.com.

Enoch Leonard1

M, b. 18 August 1763, d. 28 October 1847
     Enoch Leonard was born on 18 August 1763 at Bridgewater, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.1 He was census 1790 in 1790 at Pomfret, Windsor County, Vermont; VT Windsor Pomfret          Leonard, Enoch          2     1     1     0     0; next to Jonas Leonard. Relationship to Jonas unknown -- My Family database links Enoch to Solomon Leonard of Bridgewater, Plymouth, MA.2
He died on 28 October 1847 at Pomfret, Windsor County, Vermont, at age 84.1

Citations

  1. [S336] Frank Campbell, 8 May 2002; downloaded July 2002.
  2. [S62] 1790 census, online www.ancestry.com.

John Emery1

M, b. circa 1598, d. 3 November 1683
     John Emery was born circa 1598 at Romsey, Hampshire County, England.1 He died on 3 November 1683 at Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts.1 Database: Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-33
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JOHN EMERY

ORIGIN: Romsey, Hampshire
MIGRATION: 1635 on the James
FIRST RESIDENCE: Newbury
OCCUPATION: Carpenter. Innkeeper.
CHURCH MEMBERSHIP: Admission to Newbury church prior to 2 June 1641 implied by freemanship.
On 5 May 1663, John Emery was accused of entertaining Quakers and with saying "if they came to his house they should be welcome and he would not forbid them" [EQC 3:67]. Henry Jaques, constable of Newbury, came to court in May 1663 and presented John Emery, "for as much as John Emerie Sr. is one of our grand jury men this last year for our town of Newbury and he himself having broken the law as I do understand in entertaining of travellers and quakers into his house and one Mr. Greenland in all which disorder he have boldly insisted whereby reproach and scandal is come upon our town to the dishonor of God and damage and hurt to some of our neighbors" [EQC 3:67-68].
As early as 1669, and continuing into the events of 1671, John Emery was active in his opposition to Rev. Mr. Parker [EQC 4:124, 355-56, 359, 366]. John Emery Sr. appears in a 1671 list of members of Newbury church, one of the documents presented in the course of this controversy [EQC 4:361].
FREEMAN: 2 June 1642 (third in a sequence of four Newbury men) [MBCR 1:378]. Took the oath of allegiance at Newbury, November 1678 (as "John Emery Sr., 80") [EQC 7:156].
EDUCATION: Signed as a witness, 26 March 1662 [EQC 2:363]. On 14 May 1653, John Emery Sr. was one of seventeen Newbury men who dissented from a town vote to levy funds to support a free school [EQC 2:70].
OFFICES: Ipswich petit jury, 26 September 1648, 29 March 1659, 27 March 1660, 26 March 1672, 24 September 1672, 30 September 1673, 28 September 1675, 24 September 1678 [EQC 1:146, 2:138, 195, 5:1, 79, 224, 6:63, 7:82]. Grand jury, 30 September 1651, 30 September 1662, 24 September 1667 [EQC 1:232, 2:433, 3:436].
Newbury constable, 27 March 1655 [EQC 1:387]. Clerk of the market, 25 March 1656 [EQC 1:417].
In a 1678 dispute over the Newbury militia accounts, the following items are entered for "John Emery Sr.": "a new saddle & bridle," 28s; "sword & belt," 12s; "2 pounds powder & bullets," 4s; "curing a soldier," 2s. 6d; "2 pecks of wheat & a bridle lost," 7s; "powder & bullets," 2s; and "saddle & cloth," 23s. [EQC 6:446-47, 451].
ESTATE: On 19 May 1655, "John Emery of Newbury ..., carpenter," with "Mary my wife," sold to "William Boynton of Rowley one freehold or liberty of commonage that was John Webster's of Ipswich" [ILR 2:228]. On 28 February 1672/3, "John Emery Senior of Newbury" exchanged land with Nathaniel Merrill, Emery receiving "a parcel of land containing by estimation three acres ... as it lyeth in the salt marshes in Newbury," and Merrill receiving a parcel of salt marsh [ILR 3:263].
On 10 July 1675, "John Emry Senior of Newbury ..., carpenter," deeded to "my son Jonathan Emry ... the one half of my living or land in Nubury unto me belonging together with one half of my housing and all other privileges and appurtenances thereunto belonging"; acknowledged 19 March 1678/9 by "John Emry Senior & Mary his wife" [ILR 4:246].
In a Newbury tax list of 7 October 1676, John Emery was assessed at £6 18s. 6d. [EQC 6:227].
In his will, dated 1 May 1680 and proved 27 November 1683, "John Emry, Sr., of Newbery... in this eighty-third year of my age," bequeathed to "my daughter Ebenezer Hoag one acre and half of upland at the west end of my home lot joining to that parcel of land which I formerly gave her"; to "my son Jonathan Emry ... all my lands in Newbery both upland and meadow together with my freehold and rights of common ... the one half whereof I have formerly given him ... upon condition and in consideration that the said Jonathan shall manage & manure that one-half of the said [land] both upland and meadow for the use and proper behoof of me the said Emry and my wife his mother ... and also the said Jonathan is to pay fifty pounds" to the estate; "Mary my wife shall have £10 to dispose of at her decease to whom she pleases"; to "my grandchild Mary Emerson," £10; residue of estate to be "equally divided between my six children and said Mary Emerson"; "my sons John Emry and Abram Merrell" overseers, or if one of them dies, "Joseph Bayle in his room" [EPR 302:100-1]. (The published transcript of this will has a number of errors as compared to the record book version of the same document [EQC 9:132-33].)
The inventory of the estate of "John Emery Senior of Newberry who deceased the third of November 1683," taken 13 November 1683, totalled £263 11s. (against which were debts of £33 3s. 9d.), of which £170 was real estate: "six acres of plowland with a small orchard," £48; "half a barn and housing," £15; "ten acres three quarters of pasture land," £43; and "eight acres of meadow," £64 [EPR 302:101-2; EQC 9:133].
In her will, dated 1 August 1693 and proved 1 June 1696, "Mary Emery of Newbury ... widow & relict of John Emery late of Newbury deceased" bequeathed to "my son Jonathan Emrye," £10 of what was given her in her husband's last will and forgave him a 30s. debt; to "Isrele's four daughters," 20s; to "John Webster's son Isrell," 10s; to "my daughter Sem[o]ns," a gown; to "Mary Fulk[?]," an apron; to "Abigall M[e]rell," a white handkerchief; to "Johanna Myles," a hood; to "my daughter Ebneser the rest of my wearing clothes"; to "my son St[e]ven to pay to Haneh Emerson," 20s; to "Ab[i]gall M[e]rell," 20s; residue to "my son Stev[e]n Webster" [EPR Case #8994].
BIRTH: Baptized Romsey, Hampshire, 29 March 1599, son of John Emery [NEHGR 89:376].
DEATH: Newbury 3 November 1683.
MARRIAGE: (1) Whiteparish, Wiltshire, 26 June 1620 Alice Grantham, daughter of Walter and Eleanor (_____) Grantham of West Dean, Wiltshire [Sarah Miller Anc 23; Phoebe Tilton Anc 187; TAG 65:211-13]. She is not seen in any New England record and died by 1647, if not earlier.
(2) Newbury 29 October 1647 Mary (Shatswell) Webster [TAG 17:96], sister of JOHN SHATSWELL , of THEOPHILUS SHATSWELL , and of Margaret (Shatswell) Curwen, wife of MATTHIAS CURWEN , and widow of JOHN WEBSTER [NEHGS 150:180-89]. She died at Newbury 28 April 1694.
CHILDREN:
With first wife
i ALICE, b. say 1622 (in his will, proved on 5 February 1622/3, Walter Grantham bequeathed to "Alice Emerye my grandchild six shillings eight pence and if she die to be paid unto her mother at the death of her grandmother" [TAG 65:211, citing PCC 10 Swann]); m. by 1644 John Chater (eldest known child b. Newbury 7 August 1644; in 1657 Barbara Ilsley deposed that a year earlier "John Chater brought a beast to his father Emery" [EQC 2:56]) [Sarah Miller Anc 15-17].

ii ELEANOR, bp. Romsey, Hampshire, 7 November 1624 [NEHGR 89:376]; m. by 1641 John Bailey (eldest known child b. Salisbury 24 November 1641) [Phoebe Tilton Anc 180-81].

iii JOHN, bp. Romsey 3 February 1628/9 [NEHGR 89:376] (deposed 26 March 1678 "aged about 50 years" [ILR 4:150]); m. by 1650 Mary _____ ("John Emery, jr., and his wife" were witnesses on 10 October 1650 [EQC 1:220]). (John's wife Mary was not his stepsister Mary Webster, as has been frequently claimed [TAG 17:96-99].)

iv ANNE, bp. Romsey 18 March 1632/3 [NEHGR 89:376]; m. Newbury 25 November 1648 James Ordway. With second wife

v EBENEZER (daughter), b. Newbury 14 September 1648; m. Newbury 21 April 1669 John Hoag.

vi JONATHAN, b. Newbury 13 May 1652; m. Newbury 29 November 1676 Mary Woodman.

ASSOCIATIONS: John Emery was brother of ANTHONY EMERY [Phoebe Tilton Anc 185].
COMMENTS: On 5 April 1635, "John Emery and Anthony Emery of Romsey, carpenters," were enrolled at Southampton for passage to New England on the James of London [Drake's Founders 56].
On 29 September 1646, "John Emery, for his miscarriage with the wife of Henry Travers, fined £3 or to be whipped, and pay witness fee to Christopher Bartlet. Bound to good behavior and not to frequent the company of the wife of Henry Travers" [EQC 1:110].
On 25 March 1651, John Emery deposed regarding steers in controversy between Nathaniel Weare and John Chater [EQC 1:212]. On 28 March 1654, with other leading men in town, John Emery Sr. sued John Merrill for selling the town's lands without order [EQC 1:329].
With the majority of men in Newbury, John Emery supported the petition praising Lieut. Robert Pike of Salisbury [EQC1:366]. On 19 October 1654, the General Court instituted investigations into the answers of men who refused to repudiate their signatures; John Emery Sr. of Newbury was first on this list [MBCR 3:367, 4:1:215]. When confronted by the commissioners to answer for his signature, "John Emerry demanded their commission and a sight of the petition before he would answer. He then said that the commissioners had no power to demand who brought the petition to him, and hearing John Bond answer, he told him that he was a wise man, in a bold manner" [EQC 1:367-8].
On 9 April 1657, John Emery was one of several Newbury men who testified with regard to "their neighbor William Titcomb" that they "had known him for years, and observed him to be honest and christianlike in his conversation, and not a liar" [EQC 2:41].
On 19 October 1658, the "Court, having heard the case relating to the military company petition of Newbury, preferred by John Emory, Senior, who, with his sons, John Emery, Junior, & John Webster & Solomon Keyes, have been so busy & forward to disturb the peace of the place by their actings in several respect, & occasioned much trouble to this Court in reference thereto, judge it meet to order that the said John Emery, Senior, John Emery, Junior, John Webster, & Solomon Keyes be severally admonished to beware of the like sinful practices for time to come, which this Court will not bear; and that they pay the several charges of their neighbors the last Court & this, in coming for relief from such under courses" [MBCR 4:1:362].
Over the years John Emery expended considerable energy on the affairs of his stepchildren. On 14 October 1651, in "answer to the petition of John Emery, of Newbery, power is hereby granted him, according to his desire, to sell a certain island which was left to three of his wife's children, & also a house & six acres of land which was bound to make good twenty pounds to other three of her children, provided he give security to the County Court at Ipswich to pay the children the full price the land shall be sold for, & make the three children's twenty nobles apiece eight pounds apiece, & pay the daughters their portions at eighteen years, & the sons at twenty-one years old" [MBCR 3:254, 4:1:66-67]. On 30 March 1669, "John Emery, bringing in acquittances of the discharge of the portions ordered by the court, was to have his deed delivered, but one being incomplete, he and his son John Emery, jr., bound themselves to bring in an acquittance from the youngest child of John Webster" [EQC 4:121].
On 25 March 1662, "John Emery and wife Mary" sued James Merrick for "detaining and keeping Issraell Webster, son of the said Mary Emery, without consent of John Emery and wife Mary, or any other person who had oversight of him"; the case was withdrawn [EQC 2:357]. On 25 November 1662, "Israell and Nathan Webster, sons of John Webster, deceased, presenting their desires in writing, together with their mother's consent, with John Cheny, sr., Rob[er]t Long and W[illia]m Elsly as witnesses, and said Israell Webster being present in Court and manifesting his desire also, that his father-in-law John Emory and brother-in-law John Emory, jr., might be appointed guardians, the court appointed them guardians, and also ordered that the bond given into Ipswich court for security for the children's portions remain in full force" [EQC 3:15].
On 31 March 1663, Henry Greenland was charged with soliciting Mary the wife of John Rolfe, and found guilty. The extensive testimony in this case revealed that John Emery's step-daughter, Elizabeth Webster, was a maid in the Rolfe household and had witnessed several untoward passages instigated by Greenland. John Emery, on the other hand, had turned a deaf ear on Mrs. Rolfe's pleas for assistance even when Greenland had pulled her down into his sickbed in Emery's presence. Emery and his household paid several fines as a result of their behavior in these events [EQC 3:48-55, 65-66, 70, 75, 88-90].
On 29 March 1670, Benjamin Rolfe sued John Emery for cutting hay on John Musslewhite's land [EQC 4:225-29, 291].
On 8 April 1679, "John Emerie, Sr., aged about eighty-one years, testified that about forty years ago he saw laid out to William Estow then living in Nuberie a four-acre lot, being a house lot, and twelve acres of meadow... which land said Estow sold to William White, and White to Tho[mas] Jones of Hampton, and Jones to deponent for William Ilsly, Sr., who has peaceably enjoyed it from 1643 to date" [EQC 7:194]. On 29 March 1680, "Richard Knight, aged seventy-eight years, and John Emery, Sr., aged eighty-two years, deposed that in 1656 after the division between Rowley and Newbury was made, a committee was appointed, of which they were two, to lay out the land.... Deponents were also of the committee at the second division in 1662" [EQC 8:168-73].
BIBLIOGRAPHIC NOTE: In 1890 Rev. Rufus Emery published a genealogy of the brothers Anthony and John Emery [Genealogical Records of Descendants of John and Anthony Emery of Newbury, Mass. 1590-1890 (Salem 1890)]. In 1935 Walter Goodwin Davis published the Emery entries from the Romsey parish register [NEHGR 89:376-77].
In 1938 Mary Lovering Holman prepared a treatment of the family of John Emery [Pillsbury Anc 2:877]. In 1939 and 1947 Walter Goodwin Davis published accounts of the family of John Emery; in both of these treatments Davis set forth the suggestion that the first wife of John Emery was Alice Grantham [Sarah Miller Anc 21-26; Phoebe Tilton Anc 184-89]. In 1990 Frederick J. Nicholson published data which strongly supported the suggestion made by Davis as to the identity of the first wife of this immigrant [TAG 65:211-13].



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Citations

  1. [S339] Great Migration Begins, "John Emery," Great Migration Begins, www.ancestry.com.

Michael Rolfe1

M, b. 10 February 1793, d. 28 January 1810
FatherJohn Rolfe1 b. 27 Jul 1762, d. bt 1803 - 1852
MotherAnne Pearson1 b. 1766, d. 10 Nov 1850
     Michael Rolfe was born on 10 February 1793 at Boscawen, Merrimack County, New Hampshire.1 He died on 28 January 1810 at Boscawen, Merrimack County, New Hampshire, at age 16.1

Citations

  1. [S340] Charles Carleton Coffin, History of Boscawen.

Susan P. Rolfe1

F, b. September 1808, d. 17 October 1877
FatherJohn Rolfe1 b. 27 Jul 1762, d. bt 1803 - 1852
MotherAnne Pearson1 b. 1766, d. 10 Nov 1850
     Susan P. Rolfe was born in September 1808 at Boscawen, Merrimack County, New Hampshire.1 Lydia and Susan was listed as a household member living with Anne Pearson on the 1850 Census at Boscawen, Merrimack County, New Hampshire; 4 4 Nancy Rolfe 83 female widow 200 MA insane; Lydia Rolfe 56 female NH; Susan 41 female NH; David C Rolfe neighbor.2 Susan P. Rolfe died on 17 October 1877 at Boscawen, Merrimack County, New Hampshire, at age 69.1

Citations

  1. [S340] Charles Carleton Coffin, History of Boscawen.
  2. [S41] 1850 census on Ancestry, online www.ancestry.com, Name: Fanny Rolfe Age: 54 Estimated birth year: abt 1796 Birth place: New Hampshire Gender: Female Home in 1850
    (City,County,State): Boscawen, Merrimack, New Hampshire.

Jeremiah Rolfe1

M, b. 8 January 1812, d. 15 May 1892
FatherJohn Rolfe1 b. 27 Jul 1762, d. bt 1803 - 1852
MotherAnne Pearson1 b. 1766, d. 10 Nov 1850
     Jeremiah Rolfe was born on 8 January 1812 at Boscawen, Merrimack County, New Hampshire.1,2 He married Lucy Ann Smith, daughter of Caleb Smith and Elizabeth Eaton, on 4 October 1843 at Boscawen, Merrimack County, New Hampshire.1 Jeremiah Rolfe died on 15 May 1892 at Boscawen, Merrimack County, New Hampshire, at age 80.2 Jeremiah 7 (John 6, Benjamin 5) m Lucy Ann, dau of Caleb Smith, 4 Oct 1843. In early life he manifested a love for mechanical labor. In manhood his services were in demand by bridge-buiilders, mill-owners, and carpenters, from whom he obtained constant employment and good compensation. Declining health compelled him to return to his farm on High Street.1 He was Name-Standard.

Family

Lucy Ann Smith b. 4 Oct 1819, d. 22 Jan 1895
Children

Citations

  1. [S340] Charles Carleton Coffin, History of Boscawen.
  2. [S343] Willis G. Buxton, History Boscowen-Webster to 1933.

Rev. Jonathan Searle1

M, b. 16 November 1748, d. December 1818
     Rev. Jonathan Searle was born on 16 November 1748 at Rowley, Essex County, Massachusetts.2 He lived at Salisbury, Merrimack County, New Hampshire.1 He married Margaret Sanborn at Merrimack County, New Hampshire, say 1780. Rev. Jonathan Searle died in December 1818 at Salisbury, Merrimack County, New Hampshire, at age 70.3,2

Family

Margaret Sanborn b. 25 Nov 1748, d. 24 Jan 1792
Child

Citations

  1. [S340] Charles Carleton Coffin, History of Boscawen.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Messer Rolfe Family Tree.
  3. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Reverend Jonathan Searle in the New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 1847-2011.

Fanny Burbank1

F, b. 1796, d. 17 November 1864
     Fanny Burbank was born in 1796 at New Hampshire; 54 NH 1850 census.2,3 She married Amos Rolfe at Boscawen, Merrimack County, New Hampshire, on 18 November 1813.1,4 As of 18 November 1813,her married name was Rolfe.1 Fanny, Hiram, Melissa, Albert and Rosannah was listed as a household member living with David C. Rolfe on the 1850 Census at Boscawen, Merrimack County, New Hampshire; 5 5 David C Rolfe 35 male farmer 100 NH; Fanny 54 female NH; Hiram 23 male shoe maker NH; Melissa 18 female NH attending school; Albert 26 male laborer NH; Roxanne 28 female NH.5 Fanny Burbank died on 17 November 1864 at Webster, Merrimack County, New Hampshire; Fanny Rolfe
birth date about 1794
birth place boscawen nh
death ate 17 Nov 1864
death place Webster NH
death age 70
race white
clerk locality Webster NH.2,6

Family

Amos Rolfe b. 12 Apr 1787, d. 27 Jan 1841
Children

Citations

  1. [S340] Charles Carleton Coffin, History of Boscawen.
  2. [S166] NH Boscawen and Webster 1883 History, online books.google.com.
  3. [S41] 1850 census on Ancestry, online www.ancestry.com.
  4. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, NH Marriage Records Index 1637-1947.
  5. [S41] 1850 census on Ancestry, online www.ancestry.com, Name: Fanny Rolfe Age: 54 Estimated birth year: abt 1796 Birth place: New Hampshire Gender: Female Home in 1850
    (City,County,State): Boscawen, Merrimack, New Hampshire.
  6. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, NH Death and Burial Records Index 1654-1949.

Nathan Colby1,2

M, b. 22 October 1815, d. 26 January 1899
     Nathan Colby was born on 22 October 1815 at New Hampshire.1,2 He married Eliza Rolfe at Merrimack County, New Hampshire, on 26 November 1846.1,2 He witnessed Eliza Rolfe's death at Boscawen, Merrimack County, New Hampshire, on 11 November 1848. Burial Woodlawn Cemetery, Penacook, NH.3,2 Nathan Colby married Eliza E Macy say 1849 at Merrimack County, New Hampshire.2 Nathan Colby died on 26 January 1899 at Boscawen, Merrimack County, New Hampshire, at age 83; burial Woodlawn Cemetery, Penacook, NH.2

Family 1

Eliza Rolfe b. 5 Sep 1816, d. 11 Nov 1848

Family 2

Eliza E Macy b. 19 Mar 1820, d. 6 Jul 1907

Citations

  1. [S340] Charles Carleton Coffin, History of Boscawen.
  2. [S126] Rootsweb.com, online wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com, Colby and Lund Ancestors.
  3. [S166] NH Boscawen and Webster 1883 History, online books.google.com.

Ludbee Sherwood1,2

M, b. circa 1805, d. between 1871 and 1880
     Ludbee Sherwood was born circa 1805 at England.1,2,3 He married Rosannah Rolfe at Lowell, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, on 16 November 1868.1,2 Ludbee Sherwood died between 1871 and 1880 at Lowell, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.3

Family

Rosannah Rolfe b. 7 Nov 1821, d. bt 1871 - 1880

Citations

  1. [S340] Charles Carleton Coffin, History of Boscawen.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Rose Rolfe in the Massachusetts Marriage Records, 1840-1915.
  3. [S69] 1870 US Census, online www.ancestry.com, Ludby Sherwood.

Melissa Rolfe1

F, b. 7 March 1832, d. 23 June 1867
FatherAmos Rolfe1 b. 12 Apr 1787, d. 27 Jan 1841
MotherFanny Burbank1 b. 1796, d. 17 Nov 1864
     Melissa Rolfe was born on 7 March 1832 at Boscawen, Merrimack County, New Hampshire.1 Fanny, Hiram, Melissa, Albert and Rosannah was listed as a household member living with David C. Rolfe on the 1850 Census at Boscawen, Merrimack County, New Hampshire; 5 5 David C Rolfe 35 male farmer 100 NH; Fanny 54 female NH; Hiram 23 male shoe maker NH; Melissa 18 female NH attending school; Albert 26 male laborer NH; Roxanne 28 female NH.2 Melissa Rolfe died on 23 June 1867 at Boscawen, Merrimack County, New Hampshire, at age 35.1 She was Name-Standard.

Citations

  1. [S340] Charles Carleton Coffin, History of Boscawen.
  2. [S41] 1850 census on Ancestry, online www.ancestry.com, Name: Fanny Rolfe Age: 54 Estimated birth year: abt 1796 Birth place: New Hampshire Gender: Female Home in 1850
    (City,County,State): Boscawen, Merrimack, New Hampshire.

Lucy Ann Smith1

F, b. 4 October 1819, d. 22 January 1895
FatherCaleb Smith1 b. c 1790, d. bt 1861 - 1870
MotherElizabeth Eaton2 b. c 1789, d. bt 1861 - 1870
     Lucy Ann Smith was born on 4 October 1819 at Boscawen, Merrimack County, New Hampshire.1,3 She married Jeremiah Rolfe, son of John Rolfe and Anne Pearson, on 4 October 1843 at Boscawen, Merrimack County, New Hampshire.1 As of 4 October 1843,her married name was Rolfe.1 Lucy Ann Smith died on 22 January 1895 at Boscawen, Merrimack County, New Hampshire, at age 75; place not given in source.3

Family

Jeremiah Rolfe b. 8 Jan 1812, d. 15 May 1892
Children

Citations

  1. [S340] Charles Carleton Coffin, History of Boscawen.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Lucy Ann Rolfe in the New Hampshire Deathand Burial Index 1654-1949.
  3. [S343] Willis G. Buxton, History Boscowen-Webster to 1933.

Caleb Smith1

M, b. circa 1790, d. between 1861 and 1870
     Caleb Smith was born circa 1790 at New Hampshire.1,2 He married Elizabeth Eaton at Salisbury, Merrimack County, New Hampshire, on 30 March 1815.3,4 Caleb Smith died between 1861 and 1870 at Boscawen, Merrimack County, New Hampshire.2

Family

Elizabeth Eaton b. c 1789, d. bt 1861 - 1870
Child

Citations

  1. [S340] Charles Carleton Coffin, History of Boscawen.
  2. [S66] 1860 census, online www.ancestry.com, Caleb Smith.
  3. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Lucy Ann Rolfe in the New Hampshire Deathand Burial Index 1654-1949.
  4. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Caleb Smith in the New Hampshire Marriage records Index, 1637-1947.

John Smith Rolfe1

M, b. 11 February 1850, d. 17 July 1870
FatherJeremiah Rolfe1 b. 8 Jan 1812, d. 15 May 1892
MotherLucy Ann Smith1 b. 4 Oct 1819, d. 22 Jan 1895
     John Smith Rolfe was born on 11 February 1850 at Boscawen, Merrimack County, New Hampshire.1,2 He died on 17 July 1870 at Boscawen, Merrimack County, New Hampshire, at age 20.1,2 He was Name-Standard.

Citations

  1. [S340] Charles Carleton Coffin, History of Boscawen.
  2. [S343] Willis G. Buxton, History Boscowen-Webster to 1933.

Kate Evvie Rolfe1

F, b. 10 May 1856, d. 1 July 1865
FatherJeremiah Rolfe1 b. 8 Jan 1812, d. 15 May 1892
MotherLucy Ann Smith1 b. 4 Oct 1819, d. 22 Jan 1895
     Kate Evvie Rolfe was born on 10 May 1856 at Boscawen, Merrimack County, New Hampshire.1,2 She died on 1 July 1865 at Boscawen, Merrimack County, New Hampshire, at age 9.1,2 She was Name-Standard.

Citations

  1. [S340] Charles Carleton Coffin, History of Boscawen.
  2. [S343] Willis G. Buxton, History Boscowen-Webster to 1933.

Robert Hall Sherburne1,2

M, b. 10 September 1801, d. 25 July 1877
     Robert Hall Sherburne was born on 10 September 1801 at Concord, Merrimack County, New Hampshire.1,2 He married Ruth Kimball Eaton at Sutton, Merrimack County, New Hampshire, on 5 September 1825.2 Robert Hall Sherburne died on 25 July 1877 at Concord, Merrimack County, New Hampshire, at age 75.2

Family

Ruth Kimball Eaton b. c 1798, d. 1884
Child

Citations

  1. [S340] Charles Carleton Coffin, History of Boscawen.
  2. [S123] Findagrave.com, online www.findagrave.com, Robert Hall Sherburne.

Col. Robert Henry Rolfe1,2

M, b. 16 October 1863, d. 26 October 1932
FatherHenry Pearson Rolfe1 b. 13 Feb 1821, d. 29 May 1898
MotherMary Rebecca Sherburn1 b. 20 Sep 1828, d. 6 Jul 1891
     Col. Robert Henry Rolfe was born on 16 October 1863 at Concord, Merrimack County, New Hampshire.1,2 He was principal at Hanover, Grafton County, New Hampshire, in 1884 when an unknown person was a student. School: an unknown place .3 He married Grace Stearns at Concord, Merrimack County, New Hampshire, circa 1890.2 Col. Robert Henry Rolfe died on 26 October 1932 at San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas, at age 69.2

Family

Grace Stearns b. 22 Nov 1860, d. 16 Mar 1946
Children

Citations

  1. [S340] Charles Carleton Coffin, History of Boscawen.
  2. [S343] Willis G. Buxton, History Boscowen-Webster to 1933.
  3. [S166] NH Boscawen and Webster 1883 History, online books.google.com.

Mary E. Smith1

F, b. circa 1835, d. between 1865 and 1870
     Mary E. Smith was born circa 1835 at New Hampshire.1 As of June 1856,her married name was Rolfe.1 She married David C. Rolfe, son of Amos Rolfe and Fanny Burbank, on 25 June 1856 at Boscawen, Merrimack County, New Hampshire.1 Mary E. Smith died between 1865 and 1870 at New Hampshire.

Family

David C. Rolfe b. 17 Feb 1815, d. bt 1861 - 1905
Children

Citations

  1. [S340] Charles Carleton Coffin, History of Boscawen.