I131 WILLIAM ALLEN: b. in England; came to America in 1638, and lived in Salisbury, Mass.; m. Ann Goodale, by whom he had 11 ch. I132 BENJAMIN ALLEN: b. 1652; m., first, Mrs. Rachel Wheeler; m., 2nd, Hopestill Leonard; served in King Philip's War in 1678; father of 14 ch., including I133 JEREMIAH ALLEN: had 14 ch., including I134 BENJAMIN ALLEN: whose s. was I135 BARNABAS ALLEN: served in the Revolutionary War. I136 REUBEN ALLEN: who had I137 PHILEMON ALLEN: d. 1866; had I138 CLARK ALLEN: m. (2nd) Emeline Whipple; 3 ch. by 1st w. and 6 by 2nd. (1) Elliott: d. y. (2) Charles: d. y. (3) Alta: b. 1863; m. Frank Hamil, 1897. (A) Cecil. (B) Allen. (4) Marion John: m. Mary Ray, 1900. (A) Marion: now (1929) studying for his master's degree in Chicago. (B) Florence: a college grad.; engaged in the teaching profession near Kansas City. (C) Doris: b. 1910; student at the Tulsa, Okla., University. (D) John: b. 1912; also a student at the university. (5) Mary Jane: twin sister of Marion; b. 1867; m. Charles Hatch, of Canada. Issue. (A) Elizabeth: b. 1894. (B) Marion: b. 1896; a journalist near N. Y. City. (C) John: b. 1897; m. Birdie Campbell; lives in Dallas, Tex.; engaged in automobile business. (D) Clark: b. 1899; d. 1918. (E) Mary: b. 1903; m. Ernest Ames, of Calif., 1929. (6) Helen: b. 1869. Just retired after 35 years as a teacher in New York schools. Add.: 31 Erie St., Brockport, N. Y. (7) Phebe: b. 1871; spent 29 years in school work, the last years serving as principal. (8) George Clark: b. 1874; d. y. (9) Gertrude: twin sister of George Clark. After many years of teaching in New York, New Jersey and Winnipeg is now teaching in Cleveland, Ohio. Add.: 17721 Neff Road, Cleveland, O.
Genealogy of William Allen Family
MLA Source Citation:Seaver, Jesse Montgomery. Allen Family Records. American Historical-Genealogical Society, 1929. AccessGenealogy.com. Web. 8 March 2014. http://www.accessgenealogy.com/genealogy/genealogy-of-allen-william-of-salisbury-family.htm - Last updated on Nov 3rd, 2012
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