Genealogy of Joseph and Mary (Baker) Allen Family

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         Ch. of (i) Joseph and Mary (Baker) Allen.
         1. Ethan: b. Jan. 10, 1737-38. 8 ch. See Chapters (I) and (H)
            for additional facts.
         2. Heman: b. 1740; m., 1778, Abigail Beebe, of Salisbury, Conn.
            He d. 1778; captain of a company in a regiment of Green Mountain
            Boys on an expedition to Canada; present at the battle of
            Bennington as a member of the Committee of Safety. 3 ch. See
            Chapter (H).
         3. Lydia: b. 1742; m. Daniel Arms, of Suffield, Conn.; had 3 ch.:
            Daniel, who d. unm.; Ira, who m. Betsy Holmes and settled in
            the wilds of New York, and Lydia, who m. John Bush.
         4. Heber: b. 1743; m., 1768, Sarah Owen, of Salisbury, Conn. He
            was assistant judge of the Rutland shire of the Cumberland
            County Court in 1778-79; assisted his brother Ethan in the capture
            of Ticonderoga; Major of Militia under Gen. St. Clair at
            the battle of Hubbardston; buried at Burlington. 5 ch.
         5. Levi: b. 1745; m. Mrs. Anna Allen, of New Milford, Conn.,
            1779. He m. second Nancy -------. He died in Bennington, Vt.,
            1801. Had one child by the first wife, Anna, b. 1780; d. 1795.
         6. Ira: b. Apr. 21, 1751; m. Jerusha Hayden, dau. of Gen. Roger
            Enos, of Colchester. Ira d. in Philadelphia 1814. His wife d.
            in 1838. He served with the Green Mountain Boys in the Revolution.
            3 ch.

MLA Source Citation:

Seaver, Jesse Montgomery. Allen Family Records. American Historical-Genealogical Society, 1929. Web. 15 December 2014. - Last updated on Nov 3rd, 2012



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