Susan Gove128,129,129 was born on 9 March 1790 in Pittsfield, New Hampshire.128 She died on 29 September 1877 in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts, at age 87.128
The 10 known children of David8Gove and SusanGove were as follows:
1120. i. Mahala9 Gove128,129,129 was born on 24 April 1810.128
1121. ii. Nancy Gove128,129,129 was born on 26 August 1811.128 She and Warren Dockum were married on 31 August 1831 in South Hampton, New Hampshire.128 She died on 13 September 1834 in Barnstead, New Hampshire, at age 23.128
1122. iii. Mary Morrill Gove128,129,129 was born on 3 January 1814.128
1123. iv. David Gove128,129,129 was born on 4 February 1816.128
1124. v. Winthrop Gove128,129,129 was born on 23 January 1818.128
1125. vi. Eliza G. Gove128,129,129 was born on 1 April 1820.128
1126. vii. Adaline Gove128,129,129 was born on 14 May 1822.128
He was a writer for the Portland Transcript, many years ago under the pseudonym "Ethan Spike," some satirical letters which acquired considerable popularity. In 1862 he was appointed to a position in the Boston Custom House, where he remained until a year previous to his death, when ill health compelled him to retire.398
The three known children of Mathew Franklin8Whittier and Jane E.Vaughan were as follows:
764. Joseph Moulton8Coffin (John7, Stephen6, Stephen5, Steven4, Judith3Greenleaf, Edmund2, John1)41 was born on 4 February 1798 in Essex County, Massachusetts.41 He and HannahBuswell were married in Essex County, Massachusetts.41 He died on 4 September 1865 in Essex County, Massachusetts, at age 67.41
Joseph succeeded his father in the boat business, building chiefly for the fishing traffic.41
Hannah Buswell41,41 was born on 8 September 1802 in Essex County, Massachusetts.154,41 She died on 8 January 1883 in Essex County, Massachusetts, at age 80.41 They had two sons.
The only known child of Joseph Moulton8Coffin and HannahBuswell was:
He was graduated in 1822 in Dartmouth.339 He was admitted to the bar in in 1836.339
Mary Kilburn;337,337,337 was born on 12 November 1812 in Boscawen, Merrimack County, New Hampshire.337 She died on 19 March 1880 in Littleton, Grafton County, New Hampshire, at age 67.337
The seven known children of Edmund8Carleton and MaryKilburn were as follows:
+ 1144. i. Edmund9 Carleton, born 11 December 1839 in; married Mary Emma Potter.
1145. ii. Thomas Carleton337,337,337 was born on 28 November 1844 in Littleton, Grafton County, New Hampshire.337 He and Carrie M. Allen were married.337 He and Addie Stone were married in 1881.337
Thomas lived in Littleton from birth to 1866, and from 1872 to 1889. He was a Real-estate agent. Republican.337 He lived in 1905 at Mount Auburn, Massachusetts.337
1146. iii. Mary Carleton337,337,337 was born on 12 September 1837.337 She died on 9 July 1862 at age 24.337
1147. iv. Sarah Carleton337,337,337 was born on 16 October 1842.337 She died on 27 August 1874 at age 31.337
1148. v. Anna Carleton337,337,337 was born on 18 April 1847 in New Hampshire.337 She died on 30 November 1874 at age 27.337
1149. vi. Frances Carleton337,337,337 was born on 12 October 1849 in New Hampshire.337 She died on 8 June 1874 at age 24.337
+ 1150. vii. Alfred Carleton, born 15 June 1853 in Littleton, Grafton County, New Hampshire; married Arabelle George Webb.
860. Stephen8Greenleaf (Stephen7, Daniel6, Daniel5, Stephen4, Stephen3, Edmund2, John1) was born on 31 January 1759 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.399 He and AnnaSargent were married say 1783.344 He and Cynthia[_____] were married after 1813. He died on 5 March 1850 in Brattleboro, Windham County, Vermont (?), at age 91.399
Major Stephen Greenleaf was by trade a carpenter and wheelwright. When he was twelve years of age his father removed to Brattleboro, Vermont, where he continued to reside until his death, which took place March 5, 1850, at the advanced age of ninety-one years.
As a workman and a citizen, no fairer name is on the list of Brattleboro's residents. As a carpenter and wheelwright, much has been said in commendation. Many of the first buildings in Brattleboro were erected by his hands. In the study of mathematics, grammar, etc., he was obliged to search for knowledge from such books as he could obtain, having no other educational advantages, and few books worth mentioning. It is said of him by his daughter, Mrs. Ellis, that her "father educated himself, long winter evenings, by light from the kitchen fireplace. To get full advantage of the light he extended himself horizontally upon the floor," where he worked upon mathematical problems, practiced penman-ship, and thus laid the foundation of such a character far ability and virtue as won the well-deserved respect, love, and confidence of three generations. His superior native resources were concealed under a modest, unassuming exterior, so faithfully shown in a painting which, to the honor of Brattleboro, now hangs in the Townhall.
In the year 1799 he was elected Town Clerk of Brattleboro, and was re-elected to the office for forty-five years in succession, declining it but a few years previous to his death. His penmanship in the old town books, for its uniformity and perfection, is the admiration of every one who has examined it. Each letter and word is made in full, giving so perfect exactness no one can mistake it. In 1834 he wrote several long, highly interesting letters to his friends, that were published in the Phoenix, respecting the past and present of Brattleboro, and he also furnished that brief though able sketch of this town in "Thompson's Historical Gazetteer of Vermont," published in 1846.
Mr. Greenleaf was a man of mild, benevolent, and charitable disposition; he was amiable and bland in his manners; courteous and accommodating to all, gentle and agreeable in his family; a pleasant neighbor, and an honest and upright man. In the social circle and the public gathering he was always ready with pleasantry and wit to contribute his full share of innocent amusement and pleasure. He was a true Christian, showing the strength and purity of his faith by his good works.400
George Dickson399 was born in Smallholm, Scotland.399 He died on 5 September 1838.399
The 11 known children of Eunice8Greenleaf and GeorgeDickson were as follows:
1154. i. George9 Dickson was born on 4 May 1781.399 He and Alice Hoaxie were married in 1810.399 He died in 1855 in Bowdina, New York.399
1155. ii. Eunice Dickson was born on 14 August 1783.399 She and Apollos A. Noble were married. She died in 1853 in Ohio.342
1156. iii. Susanna Dickson was born on 3 September 1785.342 She and Isaac Humastum were married. She died in Rochester, Monroe County, New York ?
1157. iv. John Martin Dickson was born on 6 February 1788.342 He and Anna Brown were married. He died in 1852.342
1158. v. Elizabeth Dickson was born on 4 May 1790.342 She and John Doolittle were married in 1812.342 She died in Colesville, (New York).342
1159. vi. Stephen Greenleaf Dickson was born on 13 August 1792.342 He and Dulcy Sage were married in 1826.342 He died in Binghamton, (New York).342
1160. vii. William Dickson was born on 8 April 1795.342 He died after 8 April 1795.342
1161. viii. Nancy Dickson was born on 4 August 1796.342 She died in 1803.342
1162. ix. Alexander Dickson was born on 14 October 1798.342
1163. x. David Dickson was born on 27 February 1801.342 He and Laura Watrous were married in 1824.342 He died in Sanford, New York ?342
1164. xi. Samuel Dickson was born on 16 March 1806.342 He and Eliza Shiffer were married in 1831.342
862. Daniel8Greenleaf (Stephen7, Daniel6, Daniel5, Stephen4, Stephen3, Edmund2, John1) was born on 16 January 1764 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.342 He and HuldahHopkins were married say 1790. He died on 30 December 1845 in Guilford, Vermont, at age 81.342
The seven known children of Daniel8Greenleaf and HuldahHopkins were as follows:
1165. i. Jeremiah9 Greenleaf was born on 7 December 1791 in Brattleboro, Windham County, Vermont.401 He and Elvira Eunice Stevens were married in 1826.342 He died on 4 April 1864 in Guilford, Vermont, at age 72.401
1166. ii. Emory Greenleaf was born on 26 August 1793 in Guilford, Vermont.402 He and Gracia Houghton were married on 1 January 1822.402 He died in 1849 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin.402
1167. iii. Stephen Greenleaf was born in 1795 in Guilford, Vermont.402 He and Sarah Weatherhead were married.
1168. iv. Rhoda Greenleaf and Thaddeus Whitney were married.
1173. ii. William Greenleaf was born circa 1792.404 He and N.N. [_____] were married. He and N.N. [_____] were married.
He had three children. They probably died young.
+ 1174. iii. Samuel Knight Greenleaf, born 19 March 1803 in Brattleboro, Windham County, Vermont; married Olive Osyor.
1175. iv. Eunice Fairbanks Greenleaf and Abner Harvey Enos were married.
864. Susanna8Greenleaf (Stephen7, Daniel6, Daniel5, Stephen4, Stephen3, Edmund2, John1) was born on 19 November 1767 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.342 She and Dr.SimonStevens were married say 1805. She died on 15 January 1847 at age 79.342
Dr. SimonStevens was born in Guilford, Vermont.342
The three known children of Susanna8Greenleaf and Dr.SimonStevens were as follows:
865. James8Greenleaf (Stephen7, Daniel6, Daniel5, Stephen4, Stephen3, Edmund2, John1) was born on 9 December 1770 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.342 He and SarahBullock were married on 15 April 1791.342 He died on 5 November 1845 in Derby, Orleans County, Vermont, at age 74.342
Sarah Bullock was born on 1 December 1776 in Guilford, Vermont.5 She died on 17 June 1844 in Derby, Orleans County, Vermont, at age 67.342
The 14 known children of James8Greenleaf and SarahBullock were as follows:
1179. i. Celynda9 Greenleaf405 was born on 27 April 1794.
1180. ii. Almira Greenleaf406 was born on 18 May 1796.
1184. vi. Polly Greenleaf406 was born on 14 July 1804.
1185. vii. Charles Greenleaf406 was born on 2 September 1805. He died on 14 December 1848 at age 43.406
1186. viii. George Dixon Greenleaf406 was born on 12 September 1808.
1187. ix. Albert Greenleaf407 was born on 20 March 1810.
1188. x. William Fairbanks Greenleaf407 was born on 6 May 1812.
1189. xi. Sarah Greenleaf407 was born on 12 September 1814.
1190. xii. Mary Greenleaf407 was born on 15 October 1816.
1191. xiii. James (Tabor) Greenleaf407 was born on 25 January 1819.
1192. xiv. Luther Leland Greenleaf408 was born on 7 February 1821.
867. Dr.Christopher8Greenleaf (Stephen7, Daniel6, Daniel5, Stephen4, Stephen3, Edmund2, John1)344,64,344 was born on 26 November 1776 in Brattleboro, Windham County, Vermont.343 He and TabithaDickinson were married on 30 January 1803.344 He died on 18 May 1837 in Lafargeville, New York, at age 60.344
Tabitha Dickinson344 was born on 9 September 1777 in Hatfield, England.344
The only known child of Dr.Christopher8Greenleaf and TabithaDickinson was:
875. Elizabeth8Joyslin (Elizabeth7Greenleaf, Daniel6, Daniel5, Stephen4, Stephen3, Edmund2, John1)347,347,347 was born on 8 July 1753 in Lancaster, Worcester County, Massachusetts.347 She and JohnDay were married on 10 January 1771 in Winchendon, Worcester County, Massachusetts.347 She died on 20 August 1829 in Winchendon, Worcester County, Massachusetts, at age 76.
John Day was born on 31 August 1749 in Groton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. He died on 17 August 1827 in Winchendon, Worcester County, Massachusetts, at age 77. Soldier in Revolutionary War.
The only known child of Elizabeth8Joyslin and JohnDay was:
+ 1194. i. Hannah9 Day, born 29 December 1779 in Winchendon, Worcester County, Massachusetts; married Ebenezer Woodcock.
Served in the Revolutionary War in Massachusetts. When 15 years of age he moved with his father to Winchendon, Mass., in 1799 he settled in Walpole where he purchased a farm from Mr. Fowler (south from no. 8 school house in the southeast corner of that town). In 1810 he purchased the Capt. Thomas Harvey farm and moved to No. 177, where he died. His son John and grandson, Edward H. Joslin have continued on this place to the present (1922). During his residence of 27 years he improved and brought this farm under a high state of cultivation. A capable and energetic townsman of fine personal appearance, who by his genial disposition and generosity held the respect and friendship of all who knew him. He married June 1, 1786, Sarah Kidder, born Leominster, Mass, Aug. 30, 1764; died Surry, New Hampshire Feb. 17, 1848, daughter of Benjamin and Ruth (Hayward) Kidder. June 14, 1786 he bought land in Winchendon of his parents, 'Peter and Elizabeth Joyslin.' p. 103: 'Joslin, Peter, b. 1759; d. 1837 in Surry. He served in the Revolutionary war in Mass., and at the time of his death was on the pension roll. He came to town from Walpole about 1810 and settled on the Capt. Harvey farm.'
Source: History of the Town of Surry, Cheshire County, New Hampshire; by Frank Burnside Kingsbury, published by the town of Surry, New Hampshire, 1925. p. 723.
Sarah Kidder was born on 30 August 1764 in Leominster, Worcester County, Massachusetts. She died on 17 February 1848 in Surry, Cheshire County, New Hampshire, at age 83.
The 11 known children of Peter8Joyslin and SarahKidder were as follows:
1205. i. Sally9 Joslin was born on 24 March 1787 in Massachusetts. She and Cyrus Field were married. She died on 27 February 1795 in Massachusetts at age 7.
1206. ii. Betsey Joslin was born on 1 January 1789 in Massachusetts. She and Josiah Knight were married. She died on 24 December 1858 in Iowa at age 69.
+ 1207. iii. Peter Joslin, born 24 November 1789 in Massachusetts; married Kerenhapuck Sawyer.
1208. iv. John Joslin was born on 24 September 1792 in Massachusetts. He died on 9 February 1795 in Massachusetts at age 2.
1209. v. Polly Joslin was born on 10 August 1794 in Massachusetts. She and Cyrus Field were married. She died on 10 August 1874 in Illinois at age 80.
1210. vi. Sarah Joslin was born on 15 August 1796 in Massachusetts. She and William Thayer were married. She died on 5 January 1858 in Vermont at age 61.
1211. vii. Persis Joslin was born on 23 September 1798 in Massachusetts. She and Jonathan Harvey were married. She died on 17 June 1826 in New Hampshire at age 27.
+ 1212. viii. John Joslin, born 12 June 1800 in New Hampshire; married Ellen Maria Hall.
1213. ix. Luke Joslin was born on 10 May 1802 in New Hampshire. He died on 15 June 1869 in Illinois at age 67.
+ 1214. x. George Joslin, born 5 July 1804 in Walpole, Cheshire County, New Hampshire; married Elizabeth Stevens Hills; married Catherine Marsh.
+ 1215. xi. Caroline Joslin, born 8 December 1806 in New Hampshire; married Joseph Warner Page.
891. John8GreenleafSr. (Israel7, Daniel6, Daniel5, Stephen4, Stephen3, Edmund2, John1)354,6,354 was born on 26 March 1760 in Bolton, Worcestor County, Massachusetts.6,354 He and RebeccaLewis were married say 1785; They had two children.354,6 He and AnnaMillington were married in 1792.6,354 He died in 1827 in Volney, Oswego County, New York.6,354
He worked as a farmer.64,354 He immigrated in 1801 to Chadwick, Paris Township, Oneida County, New York.64 He moved to in 1821 in Volney, Oswego County, New York.64
The only known child of John8GreenleafSr. and RebeccaLewis was:
1230. i. Rebecca9 Greenleaf359,6,359 was born circa 1788.359,6 She and James Newman were married.6,359
The six known children of John8GreenleafSr. and AnnaMillington were as follows:
+ 1232. ii. John Greenleaf Jr., born 31 July 1794 in from Oneida County, New York; married Susan Averill.
1233. iii. Eunice Greenleaf411,411,411 was born circa 1795.411,6 She and Gamaliel Olmstead Jr. were married.6,411
1234. iv. Phoebe Greenleaf411,411,411 was born in 1798.5,6 She and Justus Bristol were married.6,411
+ 1235. v. Abel Greenleaf, born 25 October 1800 in; married Polly Lee Nichols.
1236. vi. Luke Greenleaf411,411,411 was born in 1803 in New York.5,6 He and Susan Warren were married.6
He was a farmer.411 He lived at Volney, Oswego County, New York.6,411
892. David8Greenleaf (Israel7, Daniel6, Daniel5, Stephen4, Stephen3, Edmund2, John1)354,354,354 was born on 9 March 1763 in Bolton, Worcester County, Massachusetts.354 He and PhebeJones were married on 24 May 1795 in the Wilderness, Jefferson County, Mississippi.354 He and ParmelaGove were married.354 He died on 13 October 1819 in near Warrenton, Mississippi, at age 56.354
Hon. David Greenleaf left home when about twelve years of age, joining his brother John, who was in the Revolutionary army. Leaving Massachusetts in 1779, he went to South Carolina. Procuring a horse there, he started across the country to the Ohio River, meeting with many adventures from wild beasts and Indians. Frequently in traveling over the mountains night would overtake him, and finding no sign of a habitation, he would dismount, select a tree with low branches, tie his horse to a swinging limb, climb the tree, taking his saddle with him for a seat, and would then buckle himself to the tree with his surcingle, to prevent falling if he should drop asleep. Frequently the wolves made doleful howling around the tree, frightening the horse; and the cold would be so intense that he would often have to descend from his perch and run around the tree, clapping his hands, until thoroughly warmed. He traveled in that way until he reached the Ohio River, where he took a flatboat and landed in Natchez Territory of Mississippi, a Province of Spain, about the year 1780. He served six months under the Spanish Government against the Indians, remaining in this Province; and after it was acknowledged, by treaty with Spain, to within the limits of the United States, and the formation of a Territorial Government, he became one of the first members of the Legislature of the state.
He was by nature a man of great inventive genius and a natural machinist. He built the first cotton gin in Mississippi, about the year 1785, inventing a turning lathe to file out the teeth of the gin rags; also invented the square screw cotton press for cotton bales: before that the Cotton was pressed in large bags.
In those early days the women had to pick the seed from the cotton with their fingers; he invented a little roller machine, which by feeding with one hand and turning with the other, a few pounds a day could be ground out. In 1799 he built a gin for himself, and did the public ginning for the neighborhood for several years. In 1816 he invented a cotton planter and scraper. It was worked by one man and one horse, would open the furrows, drop the seed, and cover with a small harrow attached. He also invented a screw propeller for flatboats and skiffs to cross the river at Natchez. At the time of his death, by yellow fever, in Warren County, Mississippi, 13 Oct. 1819, he was preparing models for patents. His invention of the Cotton press, together with others mentioned, were greatly calculated to improve the culture and development of cotton, which was becoming a most important article of trade.
It was not an easy matter to get a patent in those days, so he passed away without having accomplished his wishes; and it is hardly known now that he was the inventor of some of the useful machines which have since been so greatly improved upon that the originals have been lost sight of and forgotten entirely.
He was Assessor and Tax Collector at different times in Adams County, Mississippi, and was highly respected by all who knew him. He was generous to a fault, and full of fun and anecdote. He was a member of the Baptist Church for over fifteen years before his death, was very temperate in his living, and considered the use of ardent spirits as a beverage a great evil, and was never known to use them as such.
There is one other incident in the life of this man that is interesting and romantic: it relates to his first marriage, which occurred during the Spanish Provincial Government of what was then known as the Natchez District. A few years before, several families, mostly relatives, had emigrated to this district from South Carolina. The most prominent among them were members of the Baptist church, who were always regular in their family devotions and worship of God from their first settlement in the country; but the government, which was Roman Catholic, soon forbade them these privileges, and greatly persecuted them besides, so that they were compelled to worship and administer the rites of their religion in secret. The Rev. John Greenleaf Jones, a nephew of the first Mrs. David Greenleaf, in a series of letters descriptive of the introduction of Protestantism into Mississippi, and published in a religious paper of New Orleans, thus relates the incident: 'Thus things were managed successfully for a few months; but an additional circumstance had transpired characteristic of the times, which, when known, greatly enraged the priesthood and Spanish officers. David Greenleaf an accomplished young gentleman from the North, had gained the heart and hand of Miss Phebe Jones, daughter of John Jones; but such was their sense of the wrongs inflicted by the Catholic hierarchy that they resolved not to be married by priest or Spanish officer. They, moreover, believed that the uncle of Miss Jones, Rev. Richard Curtis, being a preacher of the gospel was as duly authorized in the sight of God to solemnize the rites of matrimony as any one else, and made application to him accordingly. But no one, not even the parents of Miss Jones were willing to risk the consequences of having the marriage performed in their house. Arrangements were therefore made for Mr. Greenleaf to go, on the 24th of May, 1795, with a few select young gentlemen, to the village of Gayoso, which was situated on the bluff about eighteen miles above Natchez, and there procure the license from the proper officer. Then, considerably after nightfall, they were to be found on the road two or three miles south of Greenville, and going in the direction of Natchez.
In the meantime the bridal party, including Mr. Curtis, were to be taking an evening ride in the opposite direction, and, lest some traitorous person might accidentally fall in with either party, they agreed upon a sign and countersign in case all was well; but if any suspicious person had fallen in with either company during the darkness of the night, they were to pass each other in silence. At the appointed time and place the parties met. Young folks, however, must have their fun-something to laugh about afterwards. On meeting, the bridal party announced the mysterious word, but there was no response and they passed without recognition. 'Who on earth can they be?' inquired one, in a suppressed tone. 'It's them,' said another, 'and something has happened.' A settled gloom was coming down on that lovely bride and her company when the young men suddenly wheeled about and gave the countersign. The parties then alighted near the residence of William Stampley, on what is still known as 'Stampley's Hill'; and by torchlight, under the widespread boughs of an ancient oak, the marriage ceremony was duly performed and Mr. Curtis concluded by a most impressive prayer, long talked of by those who were present. The parties remounted, the light was extinguished and each sought concealment in the privacy of home. 'A numerous, intelligent, and pious posterity is the result of that remarkable wedding.'
In person Mr. Greenleaf was about five feet eight inches in height, thickset, and somewhat stoop-shouldered with black eyes and black, curly hair, but quite bald in the latter part of his life. He was a man of great strength and energy.
GREENLEAF, David, inventor, was born in Boston, Mass., March 9, 1763; son of Israel and Prudence (Whitcomb) Greenleaf; grandson of Dr. Daniel and Silence (Marsh) Greenleaf and a descendant of Edmund Greenleaf who settled in Newbury, Mass., about 1635. He left home when about twelve years of age, and joined his brother John in the Continental army. Leaving Massachusetts in 1779, he went to South Carolina and there procuring a horse started across the country to the Ohio river. When he reached the river he took a flatboat and descending the river landed in Natchez, Territory of Mississippi, then a province of Spain, about the year 1780. He served six months under the Spanish government against the Indians. After the province was acknowledged by treaty with Spain to be within the limits of the United States, he became a member of the first legislature under the territorial government. He built the first cotton gin in Mississippi about 1785, inventing a turning lathe to sharpen the teeth of the gin saws. He also invented the square screw press for cotton bales, a roller machine, and in 1816 a [p.409] cotton planter and scraper. At the time of his death he was preparing several models for patents. In 1799 while residing in Adams county, Miss., he built a cotton gin for himself and for a number of years did the public ginning for the neighborhood. He was married on May 24, 1795, to Phebe, daughter of John and Anna (Brown) Jones of Jefferson county, Miss. She died Dec. 29, 1808, and he married Pamela Gove. He died near Warrenton, Miss., Oct. 13, 1819.412
Phebe Jones354,354,354 was born on 21 October 1777.354 She died on 29 December 1808 at age 31.354
The seven known children of David8Greenleaf and PhebeJones were as follows:
+ 1237. i. Ann9 Greenleaf, born 17 February 1796 in Natchez, Mississippi; married Levi Hinkley Weeks; married Ezekial Harris.
+ 1238. ii. Daniel Greenleaf, born 11 November 1797 in Natchez, Adams County, Mississippi; married Matilda Beaumont.
+ 1239. iii. Eunice Greenleaf, born 31 August 1799 in; married Joseph Leonard; married John Dixon.
1240. iv. Levi Greenleaf was born on 26 April 1801.5
Served in the United States Army, after which he purchased 750 acres of land near the Unadilla River, in Chenango County, New York, which he afterwards sold to his father, and removed to Pennsylvania and purchased land near Wellsburg, where he went into the millwright business. He was a powerful man, six feet two inches high, broad shoulders, full chest, high forehead, large blue eyes, full, plump, handsome face, commanding appearance and lofty bearing. In powers of endurance he yielded to none, save "Old General Putnam." As an example of his great strength, it was said of him he would go into the Laurel Mountain alone, carry all his tools and provisions, and in fourteen or fifteen days raise the stones out of the quarry, and complete them for the mill or grinding. May have been born on 29 Jan 1765.413
He was the first settler within the limits of Industry, Maine, as the town was afterwards incorporated. Removing from Bolton, Massachusetts, he, with a considerable colony from Dunstable, New Hampshire, and other places in that vicinity, took up land in 1787, his lot being numbered sixty-one. The farm, cleared by him, was in that part of the town set off to New Sharon in 1852, and is now known as the "Daniel Collins" farm. In 1803 he sold his farm, and removed to the south part of Industry. Here he continued to reside until his death, with the exception of about two years when he resided in New Portland, Maine.
Mr. Greenleaf was a man of character, energy, and of more than ordinary ability. He was a deacon of the Congregational Church in New Sharon, and was a member of the Board of Selectmen in Industry, in 1804. In person he was about the medium height, rather spare, and a little stooping, light complexion, and rather sandy hair. He was a very strong man for one of his size, and in his younger days an expert wrestler, frequently throwing opponents much heavier that himself.413
Mary Willard355,355,355 was born on 4 December 1762.355 She died in August 1811 at age 48.355 She was also known as PollyWillard.355
The seven known children of Levi8Greenleaf and MaryWillard were as follows:
+ 1250. i. Amy9 Greenleaf, born 12 August 1789; married Samuel C. Leeman.
Margaret Smith415,355and ElijahDaggett were married say 1790; They were from New Vineyard, Maine.415
There were no known children of Levi8Greenleaf and MargaretSmith.
896. Tilly8Greenleaf (Israel7, Daniel6, Daniel5, Stephen4, Stephen3, Edmund2, John1)355,355,355 was born on 25 March 1770 in Massachusetts.355 He and MarySpofford were married on 31 December 1795 in Northampton, Hampshire County, Massachusetts.355,416 He and ElizabethDickinson were married on 8 May 1828.355 He died on 24 August 1850 at age 80.5,416
He was a pioneer, and many of his children have been also. He bought a tract of land in Augusta, Oneida County, New York, in 1790, and made himself a home. In 1831 he moved to the Western Reserve, Ohio, and many of his children followed him there, some of who now live in Charlestown, Edinburgh, and Ravenna, Ohio.357
Mary Spofford355,355 died on 17 August 1827.5 She was also known as PollySpofford.417
The 16 known children of Tilly8Greenleaf and MarySpofford were as follows:
1260. iv. Elizabeth (Betsey) Greenleaf418,418,418 was born on 3 March 1802 in Augusta, Oneida County, New York.418 She died on 28 December 1875 in Arkansaw, Wisconsin, at age 73.418
1261. v. Lucinda Greenleaf418,418,418 was born on 12 June 1803 in Augusta, Oneida County, New York.418 She died on 2 October 1876 in Millington, Tuscola County, Michigan, at age 73.418
1262. vi. Melinda Greenleaf419,419,419 was born on 10 October 1804.419 She died in 1893.419
1263. vii. Mary Greenleaf419,419,419 was born on 12 August 1807.419 She died on 14 September 1807.419
1264. viii. David Greenleaf419,419,419 was born on 2 July 1808.419 He died on 12 September 1842 at age 34.419
1265. ix. Abel Whitcomb Greenleaf420,420,420 was born on 11 March 1810.420 He died on 30 September 1834 at age 24.420
1266. x. Emily Greenleaf420,420,420 was born on 12 October 1811.420 She died on 26 October 1892 at age 81.420
1267. xi. Israel Greenleaf420,420,420 was born on 8 June 1813.420 He died after 1894.420
1268. xii. Mary Greenleaf420,420,420 was born on 27 January 1815.420 She died on 7 April 1884 at age 69.420
1269. xiii. Joseph Greenleaf421,421,421 was born on 4 October 1816.421 He died on 26 May 1839 at age 22 . The cause of death was It is believed he was blown up on the Mozelle.421
1270. xiv. Harriet N. Greenleaf421,421,421 was born on 4 May 1818.421 She died on 24 May 1872 at age 54.421
1271. xv. Maria Greenleaf421,421,421 was born on 27 August 1820.421 She died after 1894.421
1272. xvi. Louisa Greenleaf421,421,421 was born on 5 October 1823.421 She died on 17 February 1849 at age 25.421
Elizabeth Dickinson was born on 3 March 1802 in Goshen, Litchfield County, Connecticut.5 She died in August 1863 at age 61.5
The two known children of Tilly8Greenleaf and ElizabethDickinson were as follows:
1273. i. Tilly9 Greenleaf422,422,422 was born on 11 July 1829.422 He died on 28 August 1830 at age 1 year, 1 month and 17 days.422
1274. ii. Levi D. Greenleaf422,422,422 was born on 3 August 1832.422
902. Prudence8Greenleaf (Israel7, Daniel6, Daniel5, Stephen4, Stephen3, Edmund2, John1)355,355,355 was born on 19 February 1778 in Bolton, Worcester County, Massachusetts.355 She and AlvinLamb were married on 3 September 1799.355 She and SampsonSpaulding were married on 30 March 1814.355 She died on 6 October 1851 at age 73.355
Willard Alverson359 was born on 26 January 1796 in Ellisberg, Jefferson County, New York.359 He died on 10 January 1882 at age 85.359
The seven known children of Lois C.8Greenleaf and WillardAlverson were as follows:
1294. i. Israel Greenleaf9 Alverson359,359,359 was born on 5 November 1821.359 He died in November 1825.359
1295. ii. Stephen Greenleaf Alverson359,359,359 was born on 18 May 1825.359 He died on 29 October 1826 at age 1.359
1296. iii. William Nelson Alverson359,359,359 was born on 11 March 1828.359 He and Elizabeth Ann Lea were married on 8 December 1856.359
1297. iv. William Wallace Alverson359,359,359 was born on 12 June 1831.359 He and Melissa Elvira Fillmore were married on 15 December 1855.359
1298. v. Knight Dexter Alverson Middle name might be Reed359,359,359 was born on 13 April 1833.359 He and Lucinda Fillmore were married in September 1851.359 He died on 21 January 1892 at age 58.359
1299. vi. Lucy Ursula Alverson359,359,359 was born on 28 January 1839.359 She and Franklin McComber were married on 15 December 1855.359 She died on 16 July 1870 at age 31.359
1300. vii. Eliza Louisa Alverson359,359,359 was born on 28 January 1839.359 She died on 29 January 1839 at age 1 day.359
910. Rev.William8Greenleaf (Israel7, Daniel6, Daniel5, Stephen4, Stephen3, Edmund2, John1)423,356,356,356 was born on 5 January 1795 in probably Whitestown, New York.356 He and BethiahCole were married on 13 January 1817; Could have been married Feb. 1817.424,423,356 He died on 11 November 1850 in Trenton, Dodge County, Wisconsin, at age 55.356
Bethiah Cole356 was born on 28 March 1798 in Columbus, Chenango County, New York.356 She died on 1 April 1879 at age 81.356 She was also known as BethiaCole.423
The 11 known children of Rev.William8Greenleaf and BethiahCole were as follows:
1301. i. Minerva U.9 Greenleaf423,423,423 was born on 2 September 1817.423 She and Clark Cobb were married on 30 December 1834.423 She died on 6 April 1890 at age 72.423
1302. ii. William Riley Greenleaf423,423,423 was born on 21 March 1819.423 He and Ann E. Higbee were married on 9 January 1842.423 He died on 18 June 1865 at age 46.423
1303. iii. Mary M. Greenleaf423,423,423 was born on 7 November 1820.423 She and Marvin Higbee were married on 9 January 1842.423 She died on 14 June 1865 at age 44.423
1304. iv. David O. Greenleaf423,423,423 was born on 10 December 1822.423 He and Sarah Tuck were married on 3 August 1848.423 He died on 9 July 1863 at age 40.423
1305. v. Emily B. Greenleaf423,423,423 was born on 28 August 1824.423 She and J.M. Carpenter were married.423 She and John Calderwood were married on 9 July 1849.423 She died on 15 March 1895 at age 70.423
1306. vi. Julia H. Greenleaf423,423,423 was born on 11 March 1826.423 She died on 11 November 1848 at age 22.423
1307. vii. Laura M. Greenleaf423,423,423 was born on 25 January 1828.423 She and Jeremiah Tuck were married on 3 August 1848.423
1308. viii. Harriet A. Greenleaf423,423,423 was born on 25 August 1830.423 She and Freeman Keith were married on 14 November 1846.423 She and Freeman Keith were divorced on 28 May 1851.423 She and Lyman Stafford were married on 12 December 1852.423 She died on 24 September 1857 at age 27.423
1309. ix. Delia H. Greenleaf423,423,423 was born on 24 April 1833.423 She died on 22 December 1837 at age 4.423
+ 1310. x. Helen Ruth Greenleaf, born 21 March 1835 in Chautadgua County, New York; married John Warren.
+ 1311. xi. Delia Elvira Greenleaf, born 6 April 1842; married Richard Maconnell; married Roswell W. Stowe; divorced Richard Maconnell.
922. John8Greenleaf (Calvin7, Daniel6, Daniel5, Stephen4, Stephen3, Edmund2, John1) was born on 20 March 1767 in Bolton, Worcester County, Massachusetts.365 He and AbigailTownsend were married on 3 April 1788.365 He died on 29 September 1839 in Woodstock, Windsor County, Vermont, at age 72.365,1
Abigail Townsend365,1,1 was born on 19 June 1768 in Bolton, Worcester County, Massachusetts.1 She died on 18 May 1839 in Woodstock, Windsor County, Vermont, at age 70.1
The 10 known children of John8Greenleaf and AbigailTownsend were as follows:
1314. ii. John Greenleaf was born on 27 March 1791.425 He and Abigail Greenleaf were married. He died on 25 July 1833 in Templeton, Worcester County, Massachusetts, at age 42.425
1315. iii. Rebecca Greenleaf was born on 22 April 1793.425 She and Joshua Holman were married. She died in Iowa.425
+ 1316. iv. Elizabeth W. Greenleaf, born 14 April 1795 in Templeton, Worcester County, Massachusetts; married John Woodbury.
1317. v. Susan Townsend Greenleaf was born on 17 May 1797 in Templeton, Worcester County, Massachusetts.425 She and Jonathan Holman were married on 11 December 1817 in Conneaut, Crawford County, Pennsylvania.425 She died on 21 March 1883 in Pennsylvania at age 85.425
They had thirteen children.
1318. vi. Pamelia M. Greenleaf was born on 25 February 1799.426 She and Daniel Greenleaf were married circa 1821. She died on 7 July 1840 at age 41.426
1319. vii. Ann T. Greenleaf was born on 26 October 1801.426 She died on 17 July 1803 at age 1.426
1320. viii. Calvin Greenleaf was born on 13 May 1803.426 He and Clarissa Ames were married on 28 February 1828.426 He died in Colorado.426
He was ordained to the Baptist ministry 1 Sept. 1828. He moved to Illinois 13 May 1835 and lived in Griggsville (1855). They had four children.
+ 1321. ix. Charles Ward Greenleaf, born 11 May 1805 in Templeton, Worcester County, Massachusetts; married Louisa Harriet Greenwood; married Eliza Gale Paige.
1322. x. Harriet Greenleaf was born on 29 March 1807 in Templeton, Worcester County, Massachusetts.427 She and Nathan Allen were married on 28 February 1828.427 She died on 3 May 1882 in Vermont at age 75.427
924. Daniel8Greenleaf (Calvin7, Daniel6, Daniel5, Stephen4, Stephen3, Edmund2, John1)365 was born on 2 November 1771 in Bolton, Worcester County, Massachusetts.365 He and SarahTownsend were married say 1790.365 He died on 16 November 1858 in Swanzey, Cheshire County, New Hampshire, at age 87.365
Sarah Townsend was born circa 1763.365 She died on 12 September 1849.365
The six known children of Daniel8Greenleaf and SarahTownsend were as follows:
1323. i. Abigail9 Greenleaf was born on 27 March 1791.428 She and John Greenleaf were married.
+ 1324. ii. Sarah Greenleaf, born 22 May 1792 in Bolton, Worcester County, Massachusetts; married Timothy Switzer.
1327. v. Daniel Greenleaf was born on 7 August 1800.429 He and Pamelia M. Greenleaf were married circa 1821. He and Relief Wright were married circa 1841.429 He and Miranda Carter were married after 1842.429 He died on 3 July 1874 at age 73.426
1328. vi. Mary Townsend Greenleaf429,429,429 was born in 1805.429 She and Levi Hill were married.429 She died on 9 September 1856.429
1366. v. Nancy Cranch Eliot was born on 25 December 1822.5 She died on 4 September 1823.5
1367. vi. Francis Andrew Eliot was born on 8 August 1825.5 He and Mary Johnston Whipple were married. He died on 3 May 1862 at age 36.5
1368. vii. Horace Eliot was born on 12 February 1828.5 He died on 4 February 1831 at age 2.5
1369. viii. Caroline Eliot was born on 8 March 1830.5 She and John A. Kason were married on 2 May 1850. She and John A. Kason were divorced before 1869. She and Rufus J. Lackland were married on 26 January 1869.5 She died on 1 August 1892 at age 62.5
Philander Chase was born on 14 December 1775 in Cornish, New Hampshire.5 He died on 20 September 1852 in Robins Nest, Illinois, at age 76.5 He was also known as Rt. Rev.PhilanderChase. Founded Jubilee College in Illinois in 1837.
The three known children of Sophia May8Ingraham and PhilanderChase were as follows:
1382. i. Henry Ingraham9 Chase was born on 7 October 1820.5 He and Susan Greenleaf Ingraham were married on 7 November 1841.5
1383. ii. Mary Chamberlain Chase was born on 15 February 1822.5
1384. iii. Philander Ingraham Chase was born on 8 June 1824.5 He and Anna Kip Ingraham were married on 14 May 1843.5 He died on 24 April 1872 at age 47.5
The three known children of William Cranch8Greenleaf and Mary[_____] all born in Washington, D.C, were as follows:
1440. i. Daniel9 Greenleaf was born on 23 October 1847.5
1441. ii. William Cranch Greenleaf was born in March 1850.5 He died in January 1852 at age 1.5
1442. iii. George Rufus Greenleaf was born on 14 February 1852.5
1004. Mary Elizabeth8Greenleaf (John7, William6, Daniel5, Stephen4, Stephen3, Edmund2, John1) was born on 13 April 1806.5 She and George MinotDawes were married say 1827. She and George MinotDawes were married on 4 April 1827.5
The five known children of Mary Elizabeth8Greenleaf and George MinotDawes were as follows:
1443. i. Nancy Cranch9 Dawes was born on 28 February 1828.5 She died on 29 May 1828 at age 3 months and 1 day.5
1444. ii. Mary E. Dawes was born on 9 May 1829.5 She and Henry Mitchell were married on 5 September 1854.5 She died on 25 January 1870 at age 40.5
1445. iii. George Greenleaf Dawes was born on 13 February 1832.5
1446. iv. Richard Cranch Dawes was born on 16 July 1838.5 He and Lottie Howe were married on 28 October.5
1447. v. Ambrose Dawes was born on 19 September 1843.5 He and Sarah Shaw were married.
George Minot Dawes was born on 25 January 1802.5 He died on 19 November 1871 at age 69.5
There were no known children of Mary Elizabeth8Greenleaf and George MinotDawes.
1005. Richard Cranch8Greenleaf (John7, William6, Daniel5, Stephen4, Stephen3, Edmund2, John1) was born on 9 November 1808.5 He and Mary ParsonsWhitney were married on 10 February 1841.5 He died on 3 August 1887 at age 78.5
Richard Cranch Greenleaf born 9 Nov. 1808, in Cambridge, Massachusetts; son of John and Lucy (Cranch). Entered the drygoods business as a boy when thirteen years old, with Penniman & Cutler. His next employers were Mayo & Hill; then Geo. Hill & Co., Mr. Greenleaf being a partner in the last-named firm from 1829 to 1834. Their place of business was on Washington Street, Boston. He withdrew from Hill & Co., and re-entered trade with Mr. John Chandler, as Chandler & Greenleaf, occupying the armory building, 337 Washington Street. Mr. Chandler finally withdrew in 1845, going to Europe, leaving Mr. Greenleaf to carry on the business alone, which he did successfully until 1846. Then he associated himself as an active partner in the newly formed house of Hovey, Williams & Co., afterwards C. F. Hovey & Co., in which he continued until his death. Mr. Greenleaf had been the longest in business of any retailer in Boston. He had long been interested in the study of natural history, which he made his pastime. He was president of the Boston Microscopic Society, a vice president of the Boston Natural History Society, a vice president of the Franklin Savings Bank, and succeeded Hon. Otis Norcross as president of the home for Aged Men, in which he took an active interest from its foundation. In every relation Mr. Greenleaf won the esteem of those with whom he associated or had dealings, and his memory will long he cherished as that of a just, able, generous, and agreeable gentleman. His love of well doing was inherent. It was not a studied effort for him to become interested in good works. It was a part of his nature and the outcome of his faith to seek to alleviate misery and to carry comfort to the suffering. *The last rites were performed and words of tender eulogy pronounced over the remains in the Arlington Street Church (Unitarian), Rev. Brooke Herford, minister of the church, officiating.
Mary Parsons Whitney was born on 10 November 1810.5 She died on 3 April 1889 at age 78.5
The two known children of Richard Cranch8Greenleaf and Mary ParsonsWhitney were as follows:
The six known children of Seth8Greenleaf and ElizaWiley were as follows:
1522. i. Alden B.9 Greenleaf391,391,391 was born on 5 January 1819.391 He and Harriet B. Benner were married on 14 July 1843.391 He died on 30 November 1848 at age 29.391
1523. ii. James Greenleaf436,436,436 was born on 18 July 1820 in Brighton, Maine.436 He and Charlotte P. Graves were married on 1 October 1848.436 He died on 10 January 1893 in Mercer, Somerset County, Maine, at age 72.436
Charlotte P. and James Greenleaf...
" The following was recieved from Walter James Greenleaf, grandson of Charlotte and James Greenleaf:
"My grandparents, Charlotte and James Greenleaf, settled in Mercer, Maine, and owned a large white house with four Ionic Columns on the front porch. At the left was a pond, which funished water-power for a saw mill. James ran a General Country Store, about a block from the house. He wore side-burns, and was a stern and very upright individual. I believe that James was a Cabinet Maker before owning his General Store. I have a picture of him and grandmother."437
1524. iii. Charles W. Greenleaf436,436,436 was born on 15 June 1828.436 He died on 2 June 1854 at age 25.436
1525. iv. Reuel Greenleaf436,436,436 was born on 29 April 1831.436 He died on 20 August 1859 at age 28.436
1526. v. Hannah Greenleaf436,436,436 was born on 17 May 1834.436 She and Isaac S. Ford were married on 9 November 1857 in Freedom, Illinois.436
1527. vi. Sabra E. Greenleaf436,436,436 was born on 5 April 1842.436 She died on 3 April 1849 at age 6.436
The 10 known children of James B.8Greenleaf and SybilGoddard were as follows:
1528. i. William T.9 Greenleaf270,270,270 was born on 10 October 1822 in Rumford, Oxford County, Maine.270
+ 1529. ii. Andrew Peterson Greenleaf, born 16 April 1825 in Rumford, Oxford County, Maine; married Betsey Wardwell; married Betsey Washburn Faunce.
1530. iii. George B. Greenleaf438,438,438 was born on 9 March 1826.438 He died on 2 July 1828 at age 2 years, 3 months and 23 days.438
1531. iv. Eleanor D. Greenleaf438,438,438 was born on 20 February 1828.438 She died in 1866.438
1532. v. Caroline G. Greenleaf438,438,438 was born on 11 February 1830.438
1533. vi. George Barton Greenleaf438,438,438 was born on 3 February 1833.438 He died on 18 March 1876 in Bethel, Oxford County, Maine, at age 43.438
1534. vii. Robert H. Greenleaf438,438,438 was born on 6 March 1834.307
1535. viii. Julia Ann Greenleaf438,438,438 was born on 1 September 1836.307
1536. ix. James Lewis Greenleaf438,438,438 was born on 9 January 1839.438 He died in March 1876 in Milford, Worcester County, Massachusetts, at age 37.438
1537. x. Maria P. Greenleaf307,307,307 was born on 11 February 1843.307 She died in July 1889 at age 46.307
1090. Benjamin8Greenleaf (Caleb7, Susanna6, Benjamin5, John4, Stephen3, Edmund2, John1)439,439,439 was born on 25 September 1786 in Haverhill, Essex County, Massachusetts.439 He and LucretiaKimball were married on 20 November 1821; History of the Kimball family gives marriage date as 1 Oct. 1821. He died on 29 October 1864 in Bradford, Essex County, Massachusetts, at age 78.439
Lucretia Kimball439,439,440 was born on 28 February 1794 in Bradford, Essex County, Massachusetts.439,441 She died on 2 October 1880 at age 86.439
The nine known children of Benjamin8Greenleaf and LucretiaKimball were as follows:
1538. i. Emily Ann9 Greenleaf442,442,442 was born on 13 September 1822; Kimball book gives date of birth as 14 SEP 1822.439,442 She and John Bartlett Tewksbury were married on 23 November 1848.442
1539. ii. Mary Abigail Greenleaf442,442,442 was born on 24 June 1824.442
1540. iii. Benjamin Greenleaf442,442,442 was born on 4 October 1825.442 He died on 16 September 1829 at age 3 . The cause of death was Kimball book gives date of death as 29 SEP 1829.439,442
1541. iv. Betsey Payson Greenleaf442,442,442 was born on 9 March 1827.442 She died before 1828.442
1542. v. Betsey Payson Greenleaf442,442,442 was born on 28 April 1828.442
1543. vi. Benjamin Greenleaf442,442,442 was born on 11 July 1830.442 He died before 1832.442
1544. vii. Benjamin Greenleaf439,439,439 was born on 31 July 1831.439 He died on 2 October 1843 at age 12.439
1545. viii. James Kimball Greenleaf439,442,442 was born on 31 December 1832.439 He died on 7 March 1834 at age 1.439
1546. ix. Lydia Kimball Greenleaf442,442,442 was born on 14 May 1836.442
1092. Mary Sarah (Polly)8Moulton (Joseph7, Lydia6Greenleaf, Edmund5, Tristram4, Stephen3, Edmund2, John1)318,318,318 was born on 8 August 1774 in Windsor, Vermont.318 She and DudleyMoore were married in 1794 in Rutland, Rutland County, Vermont.318 She died on 10 October 1845 in Eardley, Hull, Quebec, Canada, at age 71.318 She was buried in Eardley City, Ottawa District, Canada.318
Dudley Moore318 was born on 8 August 1773 in Saratoga Springs, Saratoga County, New York.318 He died on 17 March 1852 in Eardley, Hull, Quebec, Canada, at age 78.318 He was buried in Eardley, Ottawa, Canada.318
Dudley came with his parents to Canada, when they migrated from Vermont, U.S.A. as United Empire Loyalists. They came in 1792. They originaly settled in Augusta, but later went to Eardley, (Lower Canada) Quebec.318
The 10 known children of Mary Sarah (Polly)8Moulton and DudleyMoore were as follows:
1547. i. Abigail9 Moore318,318,318 was born on 10 February 1795 in Rutland, Rutland County, Vermont.318 She and Eluid Waller were married.318 She died on 6 August 1865 in Eardley, Hull, Quebec, Canada, at age 70.318
1548. ii. Eli Moore318,318,318 was born on 8 June 1796 in Rutland, Rutland County, Vermont.318 He and Elizabeth McCormick were married.318 He died in March 1870 in Eardley, Hull, Quebec (Lower Canada), Canada, at age 73.318
1549. iii. Sarah Moore318,318,318 was born on 14 October 1799 in Rutland, Rutland County, Vermont.318 She and Freeborn Garretson Milks were married in 1819 in Hull, Quebec?, Canada.318 She died on 6 July 1880 in Kingsley, Tuscola County, Michigan, at age 80.318 She was buried in Evergreen Cemetery, Kingsley, Tuscola County, Michigan.318
1550. iv. Levi Moore318,318,318 was born on 4 July 1802 in Eardley, Ottawa, Canada.318 He and Phoebe Mulligan were married.318 He died on 2 June 1877 in Eardley, Hull, Quebec, Canada, at age 74.318
+ 1551. v. Elias Moore, born 8 December 1804 in Eardley, Hull, Quebec (East Canada), Canada; married Isabella (Keown) Keon.
1552. vi. Leonard Moore318,318,318 was born on 27 August 1807 in Eardley, Ottawa, Canada.318 He and Mary Gainford were married.318 He died in 1831 in Eardley, Hull, Quebec, Canada.318
1553. vii. Hannah Moore318,318,318 was born on 30 November 1809 in Eardley, Hull, Quebec, Canada.318 She died in 1825 in Eardley, Hull, Quebec, Canada.318
1554. viii. Olive Moore318,318,318 was born on 5 September 1813 in Eardley, Quebec, Canada.318 She died on 6 March 1814 at age 6 months and 1 day.318
1555. ix. Mahitable Moore318,318,318 was born on 5 February 1815 in Eardley, Hull, Quebec, Canada.318 She died in 1818 in Eardley, Hull, Quebec, Canada.318
1556. x. David Moore318,318,318 was born on 20 January 1819 in Eardley, Hull, Quebec, Canada.318 He and Susan Maria Vorce were married on 19 August 1839 in Eardley, Hull, Quebec, Canada.318 He and Sarah Barker were married on 8 September 1850 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah.318 He and Diana Herrick were married on 7 April 1854 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah.318 He died on 26 January 1901 in North Ogden, Weber County, Utah, at age 82.318 He was buried on 28 January 1901 in Ogden, Weber County, Utah.318
1093. Charles E.8Greenleaf (Samuel7, William6, Edmund5, Edmund4, Stephen3, Edmund2, John1)443,443,443 was born on 29 November 1825 in Haverhill, Essex County, Massachusetts.443 He and Sarah C.Brown were married in June 1855 in Massachusetts.444 He died on 14 December 1888 in Lawrence, Essex County, Massachusetts, at age 63.443
Sarah C. Brown444,444,444 was born on 6 September 1833 in Andover, Essex County, Massachusetts.444
The only known child of Charles E.8Greenleaf and Sarah C.Brown was:
1557. i. Alice R. D.9 Greenleaf445,445,445 was born on 19 November 1867 in Saugus, Essex County, Massachusetts.445 She and Fred Knight were married on 5 April 1893 in Lawrence, Essex County, Massachusetts.445