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Genealogy of David Allen Family

Discover your family's story. Enter a grandparent's name to get started. Start Now N146 DAVID ALLEN: in 1734 m. Susannah Ober. Their son (1) John was b. Apr. 29, 1739. He was Captain in Col. John Waldron's regiment, New Hampshire Militia. He m. Anne (?). They had (A) John: b. 1780. He m. Rachel Gage. (a) John: b. 1802; m. Esther Butterfield; d. 1858. 1. Benjamin Franklin: b. 1832 at Goffstown, N. H.; m. Harriet Ely; d. 1915 at Lincoln, Nebr. A. Thomas Stinson: b. Apr. 30, 1865; m. Mary E. Bryan in 1898. Thomas Allen is at present living at Lincoln,...

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New Hampshire Bells

Discover your family's story. Enter a grandparent's name to get started. Start Now Matthew Bell was born in Kirk Connell, on the river Nith in the northwestern part of Dumfrishire , Scotland . He emigrated to the northern part of Ireland in the latter part of the seventeenth century and was in the city of Londonderry when that place was besieged in 1689. Sons: Matthew and John. John Bell, the youngest son, was born in Ballymoney, county Antrim , Ireland , 1679; married, about 1712, Elizabeth Todd. He came to America , as is supposed, in 1719, landed at Boston and spent some time in Andover , Mass. , before he settled in Londonderry , N. H., in 1720. He held a number of town offices, and died July 8, 1743 , “about sixty-four years of his age,” as his tombstone says. He had nine children, of whom six left descendants. 1. Letitia Bell, born in Ireland , married George Duncan of Londonderry . 2. Naomi Bell, born in Ireland , married William Duncan of Londonderry , who was a captain in the militia. 3. Samuel Bell, born September 28, 1723 , removed to Cambridge , N. Y. He married Sarah Storrow. Before Bennington battle he was taken prisoner by the British with his two sons, John and Matthew; his sons escaped but died soon after. He died in...

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Biographical Sketch of Nehemiah French

Discover your family's story. Enter a grandparent's name to get started. Start Now Nehemiah French, born in New Hampshire in 1793, came to this town from Elmore, Vt., in 1842, and located upon the farm now owned by J. M. Green, on road 29. In 1819, he married Esther Green, who has borne him eight children, four of whom are living. Mr. French is now, at the age of ninety years, the oldest resident of the town. His wife is eighty-five years of age, and they have lived together sixty-five...

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Biographical Sketch of Joseph Earl

Discover your family's story. Enter a grandparent's name to get started. Start Now Joseph Earl, from New Hampshire, came to this town in 1801, and located upon the farm now owned by Seymour Harris. He married Sally Brockway, of Walpole, N. H., and reared a family of ten children, one of whom, Hiram, now resides here, aged eighty-three years. Joseph was ninety-five years of age at the time of his...

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Biographical Sketch of David Foster

Discover your family's story. Enter a grandparent's name to get started. Start Now David Foster came to Johnson, Vt. from New Hampshire in 1790, and settled in the southeastern part of the town, where he resided until his death, at an advanced age, having reared a family of six children. Obadiah, his second son, born in 1771, resided in the town until his death, in 1850. Seven of his eight children became residents of the town. Obadiah, Jr., was born in 1811, and died here in 1870. One of his two sons, Roswell, born in 1838, now resides here, on Railroad...

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