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         Ch. of 5. Thomas and Elizabeth (Lee) Allen.
         A. Hon. Thomas: b. 1769; m., 1804, Sarah, dau. of Jonathan and
            Eunice Ingersol, of Stockbridge. He d. 1806. One child,
            Thomas, b. 1805, and who d. in Chicago, 1835.
         B. Jonathan: b. 1771, d. 1772.
         C. Hon. Jonathan: b. 1773; m., 1800, to Elizabeth Marsh; b. in
            Dalton, Mass., 1776, d. 1805; dau. of Dr. Perez and Sarah Marsh.
            He m. (second), 1807, Eunice Williams Larned; b. 1791, d.
            1868; dau. of Darius and Eunice Larned. Jonathan d. 1845.
            3 ch. by first m., 10 by second.
         D. Elizabeth: b. 1775; m. William P. White, Boston merchant. She
            d. 1798 in London, Eng.; a son, Allen White, survived her.
         E. George Washington: b. 1777, d. 1784.
         F. Clarissa: b. 1779; m., 1805, John Breck, son of Robert. She d.
            1831; he d. 1827. Ch.: Robert, Edward, Theodore, Elizabeth
            White, Elizabeth Maria and John Adams.
         G. Geo. Wash.: b. 1781; m., Mary Odingsell. He d. 1820 in
            Georgia. One child.
         H. Capt. Samuel Lee: b. 1784; entered U. S. Army in 1812; in
            many battles on the western frontier; d. near Savannah, Ga.
         I. Rev. William: b. 1784; m., 1813, Maria Malleville, dau. of Rev.
            John Wheelock; b. 1788, d. at Brunswick, Me., 1828. He m.
            second, 1831, Sarah Johnson Breed, of Norwich, Conn.; b. 1789.
            She d. 1848; he. d. at Northampton, Mass., 1868. 8 ch.
         J. Solomon Metcalk: b. 1789, d. unm. 1817.
         K. Dr. Elisha Lee: b. 1792, unm.; associate surgeon of the 21st
            Regt., U. S. A.; d., 1817, at Pas Christian, La.

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