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Abner Coffin-New Hampshire descendants
Posted by: Martin Hollick (ID *****5839) Date: April 28, 2004 at 21:41:02
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First Generation
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1. Abner COFFIN. Born on 29 Apr 1702 in Newbury, Massachusetts. Abner died in North Yarmouth, Maine, abt 1773; he was 70. Occupation: Innkeeper.

Abner was warned out of No.Yarmouth, ME in 1762 with his brother and son and other family members: Maine Genealogist 17 (1995):25-30.
Abner as Grantor to Samuel Sherburne NHPD 17:284 (1729)
Other deeds: 1732 to Jethro Pearson NHPD 19:69
1735 to Nathaniel Gilman NHPD 22:314
1737 to Samuel Fogg NHPD 22:546
1737 to John Rawlins NHPD 25:553
1741 to Josiah Sanborn NHPD 25:394
1742 to Josiah Sanborn NHPD 26:50
1744 to Benjamin Connor 29:347
1757 to Daniel Sanborn, et al 63:147 (land of late Thomas Rawlings)
1757 to Oliver Smith, et al 63:173 (land of Late Thomas Rawlings)
New Hampshire Town Records at Durham v 1. p. 22, Nottingham v.1 p. 28, v. 4, pp. 5, 26, 49, 54
Held an innkeeper痴 license at No. Yarmouth to 1773.

On 12 Oct 1725 when Abner was 23, he married Mary RAWLINGS, daughter of Lt. Thomas RAWLINGS Jr. & Phebe LAWRENCE, in Stratham, New Hampshire. Born abt 1705 in Stratham, New Hampshire. Mary died aft 1750; she was 45.

Research: 敵atherings toward a Genealogy of the Coffin Family by W.S. Appleton (David Clapp, Boston, 1896)

They had the following children:
       2       i.       Abigail (1726-)
       3       ii.       Lydia (1729-)
       4       iii.       Mary (1730->1765)
       5       iv.       Rachel (1732-)
       6       v.       Phebe (1734-)
       7       vi.       Dorcas (1735-1760)
       8       vii.       Abner (1738->1797)
       9       viii.       Sarah (1740-)
       10       ix.       Catharine (1742-)
       11       x.       Stephen (1744-1800)
       12       xi.       Thomas (1748-)

Second Generation
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2. Abigail COFFIN. Born on 7 May 1726.
Abigail married John FERNALD, son of William FERNALD Jr. & Elizabeth COTTON. Born on 31 May 1719 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
Research: "Massachusetts and Maine Families in the Ancestry of Walter Goodwin Davis" by Walter Goodwin Davis (Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1996), 1:535-551.

3. Lydia COFFIN. Born on 25 Jan 1729.

4. Mary COFFIN. Born on 18 Oct 1730. Mary died aft 1765; she was 34. Abt 1751 when Mary was 20, she married Benjamin YORK III, son of Benjamin YORK Jr. & Sarah PINDER.1 Born abt 1725. Benjamin died in Middleton, New Hampshire, aft 1785; he was 60. Warned out of Cumberland County in 1762 with his father-in-law.

Research: NEHGR 24 (1870):311
敵atherings toward a Genealogy of the Coffin Family by W.S. Appleton (David Clapp, Boston, 1896)

Military: French and Indian War

They had the following children:
       13       i.       David (1752-)
       14       ii.       John (~1755-)
       15       iii.       Mary (1759-)
       16       iv.       Benjamin (1761-1845)
       17       v.       Josiah (~1763-)

5. Rachel COFFIN. Born on 9 Oct 1732.

6. Phebe COFFIN. Born in Jul 1734. On 7 Apr 1757 when Phebe was 22, she married Moses MERRILL, in Newbury, Massachusetts. Warned out of No. Yarmouth, ME Maine Genealogist 17 (1995):25-30.
Research: NEHGR 24 (1870):311
敵atherings toward a Genealogy of the Coffin Family by W.S. Appleton (David Clapp, Boston, 1896)

7. Dorcas COFFIN. Born on 20 Oct 1735. Dorcas died on 7 Feb 1760; she was 24.

8. Abner COFFIN Jr. Born on 25 Apr 1738 in Newmarket, New Hampshire. Abner died in Dover, New Hampshire, aft 1797; he was 58. Occupation: Blacksmith.

Abner is alive in 1797 when he sells to Moses Canney (Strafford Deeds 23:395)
Abner was warned out of No.Yarmouth, ME in 1762 with his father and uncle.
Mentioned in April 1779 as in Rochester in a court case between Benjamin Hayes and Isaac Bickford (Abstracts of Strafford County New Hampshire Inferior Court Records 1773-1783 by Laura P. Hulslander [Heritage Books, 1990], p. 74)

Military: American Revolution. Is mentioned in the Nov 13 1787 issue of the New Hampshire Spy, which reads 典he undermentioned persons should call James Gooch to receive their respective balances, due to them while on board the Continental ships, Boston, Alliance, and Ranger: Abner Coffin, Charles Picker, James Holbrook, Joseph Roberts, William Hilton, Chance Wentworth, Lt. Richard Furber, Jr., Nathaniel Pike. 敵enealogical Abstracts from the New Hampshire Spy 1786-1793 by Robert Scobie (Heritage Books, 1995), entry #218

Abt 1760 when Abner was 21, he married Keziah CROMWELL, daughter of John CROMWELL & Lydia, in Dover, New Hampshire. Born abt 1740 in Dover, New Hampshire. Keziah died in Dover, New Hampshire, aft 1793; she was 53.2 On 18 Mar 1783 Keziah is warned out of New Durham, NH with her daughter Mary, both of Rochester: New Durham Town Records 1:57 and 59.

They had the following children:
       18       i.       Rebecca (~1763-1842)
       19       ii.       Anna (~1765-1812)
       20       iii.       Stephen (~1770->1817)
       21       iv.       Mary (~1777-1844)

9. Sarah COFFIN. Born on 7 May 1740.

10. Catharine COFFIN. Born on 25 Nov 1742. Catharine married Edward CHAPMAN.
Warned out of No. Yarmouth, ME Maine Genealogist 17 (1995):25-30.
Research: NEHGR 24 (1870):311
敵atherings toward a Genealogy of the Coffin Family by W.S. Appleton (David Clapp, Boston, 1896)

11. Stephen COFFIN. Born on 6 Jun 1744. Stephen died in Freeport, Maine, on 29 Aug 1800; he was 56.
On 13 Aug 1768 when Stephen was 24, he married Martha CHAPMAN, in North Yarmouth, Maine.3

12. Thomas COFFIN. Born on 17 Aug 1748. On 28 Jul 1770 when Thomas was 21, he married Mary FOGG, in North Yarmouth, Maine.3

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13. David YORK. Born on 5 Dec 1752 in Newmarket, New Hampshire.1

14. John YORK. Born abt 1755.

15. Mary YORK. Born on 10 Jun 1759 in Newmarket, New Hampshire.1

16. Benjamin YORK IV. Born on 14 Jan 1761 in Nottingham, New Hampshire.4 Benjamin died in Landoff, New Hampshire, on 6 Jun 1845; he was 84.5 Buried in Holderness, New Hampshire. Religion: Free Will Baptist.
1790 census in New Durham with one male over 16; two under 16 and 3 females
Was in Holderness by 1809 when he deeds land in Middleton (Strafford Co. Deeds 67:411)

Military: Revolutionary War

On 22 Nov 1780 when Benjamin was 19, he married Rebecca COFFIN (18) , daughter of Abner COFFIN Jr. (8) & Keziah CROMWELL, in New Durham, New Hampshire. Born abt 1763 in North Yarmouth, Maine. Rebecca died in Holderness, New Hampshire, on 16 Jan 1842; she was 79.5 Religion: Free Will Baptist. Called daughter of Abner of Rochester in her marriage record at the Free Will Baptist records of New Durham

They had the following children:
       22       i.       William Ward (~1782-~1820)
       23       ii.       Rebecca (~1784->1840)
       24       iii.       Diadama (~1786-1883)
       25       iv.       Ebenezer D. (~1788-1821)
       26       v.       Phebe (~1790->1840)
       27       vi.       Benjamin Coffin (~1792-1871)
       28       vii.       Mary (~1794-)
       29       viii.       Stephen (~1796-1872)
       30       ix.       Veranus P. (1802-1885)
       31       x.       Simeon Dana (1804-1875)

17. Josiah YORK. Born abt 1763.

18. Rebecca COFFIN. Born abt 1763 in North Yarmouth, Maine. Rebecca died in Holderness, New Hampshire, on 16 Jan 1842; she was 79.5 Religion: Free Will Baptist. Called daughter of Abner of Rochester in her marriage record at the Free Will Baptist records of New Durham

19. Anna COFFIN. Born abt 1765 in Rochester, New Hampshire. Anna died in Rochester, Strafford, New Hampshire, in May 1812; she was 47. Buried on 11 May 1812 in Rochester, New Hampshire.6

Hayes Manuscript has death date, which corresponds to the diary of Enoch Hayes Place 努ent this pm to the funeral of Uncle Moses Hayes wife (11 May 1812) Certainly alive in 1802 when she releases dower on a deed (Strafford County Deeds 41:131). On 3 Jun 1785 when Anna was 20, she married Moses HAYES Jr., son of Moses HAYES & Abigail HORNE, in Rochester, Strafford, New Hampshire.7 Born on 10 Aug 1763 in Rochester, Strafford, New Hampshire.8 Moses died in Barrington, New Hampshire, on 30 Jul 1838; he was 74.9

Research: "John Hayes of Dover, New Hampshire; A Book of His Family" by Katharine F. Richmond, 2 vols. (Tyngsboro, MA, 1936)
"Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790: New Hampshire" (GPO, 1907, reprinted Genealogical Publishing Co., 1992), p. 96
Abigail4 Horne, wife of Moses3 Hayes of Dover and Rochester, NH, by Martin E. Hollick, The New Hampshire Genealogical Record Vol. 16 (1999):1-4.

They had the following children:
       32       i.       Ezekiel (~1788-~1848)
       33       ii.       Daniel (1791-1856)
       34       iii.       Moses (~1792-1856)
       35       iv.       Nancy Ann (1795->1860)
       36       v.       William
       37       vi.       Mary
       38       vii.       Delilah (~1796-1881)

20. Stephen COFFIN. Born abt 1770 in Rochester, New Hampshire. Stephen died aft 1817; he was 47.
possibly the Stephen Coffin who married Deborah (Davis) Twombly at Madbury on Dec 1788 by the Rev. William Hooper

21. Mary COFFIN. Born abt 1777 in Rochester, New Hampshire. Mary died in Rochester, New Hampshire, in 1844; she was 67. On 18 Mar 1783 Keziah is warned out of New Durham, NH with her daughter Mary, both of Rochester: New Durham Town Records 1:57 and 59. In Jun 1801 when Mary was 24, she married Otis Baker HORNE, in Rochester, New Hampshire. Born in 1784 in Rochester, New Hampshire. Otis Baker died in Rochester, New Hampshire, on 20 Nov 1864; he was 80.

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22. William Ward YORK. Born abt 1782. William Ward died in Nobleboro, Lincoln, Maine, abt 1820; he was 38.

23. Rebecca YORK. Born abt 1784 in New Durham, New Hampshire. Rebecca died in Moultonborough, New Hampshire, aft 1840; she was 56. On 4 Sep 1808 when Rebecca was 24, she married Joseph WALLIS, son of Nathaniel WALLIS & Deborah, in Moultonborough, New Hamsphire. Born abt 1784 in Epsom, New Hampshire. Joseph died in Moultonborough, New Hampshire, aft 1840; he was 56.

1820 census shows household with 1 male under 10; 1 male 26 to 45; 3 females under ten; 2 females 10 to 16; and one female 26 to 45.
1840 census shows household with 2 males 15 to 20; one 20 to 30; one 50 to 60; two females 20 to 30; one 30 to 40; and one 50 to 60.
Doesn稚 appear in the 1850 census in NH. Son Joseph in Moultonborough then. Not the man in Sanbornton or Sandwich.
Possibly the father James Wallace of New Durham, aged 34 in 1850 census

They had the following children:
       39       i.       Mary Chamberlain (~1814-1866)
       40       ii.       Joseph (~1817->1850)
       41       iii.       Nathaniel A. (1823-1866)

24. Diadama YORK. Born abt 1786. Diadama died in Plymouth, Grafton, New Hampshire, on 12 Sep 1883; she was 97.

25. Ebenezer D. YORK. Born abt 1788. Ebenezer D. died in Sandwich, Carroll, New Hampshire, in 1821; he was 33.

26. Phebe YORK. Born abt 1790. Phebe died aft 1840; she was 50.

27. Benjamin Coffin YORK. Born abt 1792. Benjamin Coffin died in Holderness, Grafton, New Hamsphire, on 24 Feb 1871; he was 79.

28. Mary YORK. Born abt 1794.

29. Stephen YORK. Born abt 1796. Stephen died in Plymouth, Grafton, New Hampshire, on 15 Aug 1872; he was 76.

30. Veranus P. YORK. Born on 8 Sep 1802 in Meredith, New Hampshire. Veranus P. died in Windham, New Hampshire, on 6 May 1885; he was 82.

31. Simeon Dana YORK. Born on 6 Sep 1804 in Holderness, Grafton, New Hamsphire. Simeon Dana died in Windham, New Hampshire, on 27 Jan 1875; he was 70.

32. Ezekiel HAYES. Born abt 1788 in Rochester, New Hampshire. Ezekiel died in Barnstead, New Hampshire, abt Jun 1848; he was 60. Married Hope Hartford, daughter of John and Sarah Hartford of Dover, NH

33. Daniel HAYES. Born on 10 Oct 1791 in Strafford, New Hampshire. Daniel died in Fayston, Vermont, on 2 Aug 1856; he was 64. Married Sarah Simpson Dame, daughter of Benjamin and Jane (Simpson) Dame. Sarah wrote a letter, copied in the John Hayes genealogy which confirms the relationships for this family.

34. Moses HAYES III. Born abt 1792 in Strafford, New Hampshire. Moses died in Strafford, New Hamphire, on 2 Jun 1856; he was 64. Married Hannah W. Otis. His death and hers is in 笛ournal of Enoch Hayes Place 1810-1865 transcribed by William E. Wentworth (NEHGS, Boston, 1998, in 2 vols.).

35. Nancy Ann HAYES. Born in 1795 in Rochester, New Hampshire. Nancy Ann died in Dover, New Hampshire, aft 1860; she was 65. Nancy Hurd living with Benjamin in 1850 Dover NH census and with daughter-in-law Abiah Hurd in 1860 Dover NH census.

On 28 Nov 1822 when Nancy Ann was 27, she married Frederick HEARD, son of Jonathan HEARD & Sarah YEATON, in Rochester, Strafford, New Hampshire.7 Born abt 1787 in Rochester, Strafford, New Hampshire. Frederick died in Great Falls, New Hampshire, on 31 Aug 1846; he was 59.10

Deed from father Jonathan Heard and mother Sarah
Manuscript for Hayes Genealogy (notes for book at NEHGS) lists one child: Bill Hurd.
Buys/Sells land in Strafford county til 1837
1830 Census in Somersworth NH with wife and 2 boys under ten
1840 Census in Somersworth NH with wife and 3 boys under 20 and a girl under 30
Death record of son William A. Hurd states father as Frederick and Mary (sic) Hurd. MA VR's Marriage record of son George Hurd states parents as Frederick and Nancy Hurd (Newton, MA VR's to 1850 on microfilm)

Research: "John Hayes of Dover, New Hampshire; A Book of His Family" by Katharine F. Richmond, 2 vols. (Tyngsboro, MA, 1936)
"New England Vital Records from the Exeter News-Letter, 1841-1846" by Scott Lee Chipman (Picton, Camden, ME, 1993)

They had the following children:
       42       i.       Benjamin WINGATE (1824-1904)
       43       ii.       George (1826-1901)
       44       iii.       William A. (1831-1889)

36. William HAYES. Born in Strafford, New Hampshire.

37. Mary HAYES. Married John Otis, who abadoned her with two small children

38. Delilah HAYES. Born abt 1796 in Rochester, New Hampshire. Delilah died in Barnstead, New Hampshire, on 8 Jan 1881; she was 85. Married Ralph Babb, son of Sampson and Susan (Foss) Babb


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39. Mary Chamberlain WALLIS. Born abt 1814 in Moultonborough, Carroll, New Hampshire. Mary Chamberlain died in New Durham, Stratford, New Hampshire, on 22 Jan 1866; she was 52. Religion: Freewill Baptist.

1850 cites birthplace as Maine age 34, 1860 NH Census cites birthplace as NH age 44
Probable daughter of Joseph Wallis (as per 1820 census). Joseph is the brother of Isaac Wallis of New Durham, who was married in Moultonborough in 1819 and whose children married first cousins of Luther H. Pinkham. Joseph had land which was forfeited in 1817 in a lawsuit. After which he is traceable (?) via censuses. No obituary in Free Will Baptist newspaper Dover Morningstar (searched for Jan. 1866 to June 1867; and Jan/Feb. 1864/5)

On 27 Apr 1840 when Mary Chamberlain was 26, she married Luther HALE PINKHAM, son of Jonathan PINKHAM & Alice (Elsie) RUNNELS, in New Durham, Stratford, New Hampshire.11 Born on 16 Jun 1815 in Alton, Belknap, New Hampshire. Luther HALE died in Milton, Strafford Co., New Hampshire, on 27 Oct 1873; he was 58.11 Religion: Freewill Baptist.

NH VR's 1840, 1850 and 1860 NH Censuses (New Durham-2 and then Alton) First marriage in IGI
1870 NH census in Farmington, NH; also in Farmington in 1843 for birth of son George

Research: "A Genealogy of Runnels and Reynolds Families in America; with Records and Brief Memorials of the Earliest Ancestors, so far as known" by Rev. Moses Thurston Runnels (Boston, 1873)
"Richard Pinkham of Old Dover, New Hampshire and His Descendants East and West" by Rev. Charles Nelson Sinnett (Concord, NH 1908)

They had the following children:
              i.       Charles Luther (1841-1903)
              ii.       George HALE (1843-1888) married Olive Ann Hurd, below.
              iii.       Edwin Nathaniel (1846-1907)
              iv.       Horace Jonathan (1850-1862)
              v.       Seth TAYLOR (1852->1900)
              vi.       boy (1854-<1860)
              vii.       Isaac Dearborn (1858-<1860)

40. Joseph WALLIS Jr. Born abt 1817 in Moultonborough, New Hampshire. Joseph died aft 1850; he was 33.

41. Nathaniel A. WALLIS. Born in Jan 1823/5. Nathaniel A. died in Farmington, Strafford, New Hampshire, on 26 Nov 1866; he was 43.12 Occupation: Farmer.

No obituary in Dover Morningstar (searched Nov. 1866 to June 1867)
In the January Term 1857 (p. 277, Vol. 7) of Strafford Co. Court cases, Abner Ham of Dover, physician sued Nathaniel Wallace of New Durham and Johanna S Hurd of New Durham, singlewoman, his trustee (??). Dismissed without charge on 6 Febuary 1857. Was this him or his father? Johanna S. Hurd leaves a will in Strafford Co. Probate (#4116) in 1875. A connection?
1860 U.S. Census in New Durham, NH, p. 84
1850 U.S. Census in Farmington, NH, p. 307

On 6 Mar 1850 when Nathaniel A. was 27, he married Hannah Avery PINKHAM, daughter of Jonathan PINKHAM & Alice (Elsie) RUNNELS, in New Durham, Strafford, New Hampshire.11 Born on 19 Aug 1830 in New Durham, Strafford, New Hampshire. Hannah Avery died in Haverhill, Massachusetts, on 25 Feb 1905; she was 74.13 Buried in Pawtucket, Rhode Island.

She was of Farmington, NH at second marriage; later moved to Haverhill, MA funeral notice in Haverhill Gazette as Hannah A. Sherman-no details on next of kin; no probate in Essex Co. 1882-1917
1860 U.S. Census in New Durham, NH, p. 84
1850 U.S. Census in Farmington, NH, p. 307
1880 U.S. census in Pawtucket, RI, p. 20D--no children

Research: "Richard Pinkham of Old Dover, New Hampshire and His Descendants East and West" by Rev. Charles Nelson Sinnett (Concord, NH 1908)
"A Genealogy of Runnels and Reynolds Families in America; with Records and Brief Memorials of the Earliest Ancestors, so far as known" by Rev. Moses Thurston Runnels (Boston, 1873)

They had the following children:
              i.       George A. (1851-)
              ii.       Emma E. (1853-)

42. Benjamin WINGATE HURD. Born in Jun 1824 in Rochester, Strafford Co., New Hampshire. Benjamin WINGATE died in Quindaro Twnship, Wynadotte, Kansas, on 12 Mar 1904; he was 79.14 Occupation: Farm Laborer.

1850 NH Census-Dover
1860, 1870 U.S. Census for Kansas; Wyandotte County, Prairie Township, Page 9-10, Family #70, 1880 U.S. Census for Kansas, Wyandotte County, Quindaro Township, ED#191, Page 33, Family #296, and 1900 Kansas Censuses
Military pension records for Benj. W. Hurd with death and marriage dates Parentage not yet completely proven; Obviously a brother of George Hurd who married Louisa Learned, sister of Abiah Learned. George and Louisa live next door to Abiah and Nancy Hurd in 1860 Census. George states parents as Frederick and Nancy Hurd in his Newton, MA marriage certificate. Also brother William Hurd (in 1850 Census) states parents as Frederick and "Mary" Hurd on death certificate. Possibly Benjamin Wingate Heard. Jonathan's sister Olive Heard married Benjamin Wingate in Rochester. Benjamin in turn names a daughter Olive.
Also living with Benjamin and Susannah in 1870 is Valentine age 21 (illegible name) who may or may not be the Eliza in the 1880 census age 34. Both are listed as born in Missouri.

Military: Member of the 6th Cavalry of Kansas, Company A 1861-1865 Musters out July 18, 1865 in Duvall's Bluff, Arkansas

On 31 Dec 1846 when Benjamin WINGATE was 22, he first married Abiah RUSSELL LEARNED, daughter of Amos LEARNED & Mary (Polly) B. DUDLEY, in Holliston, Massachusetts.15,16 Born on 5 Jun 1830 in Weld, Franklin, Maine.17 Abiah RUSSELL died in Corinna, Penobscot, Maine, on 5 Jan 1926; she was 95.18 Buried in Weld, Franklin, Maine. Religion: Free Will Baptist. They were separated in 1865 in Dover, New Hampshire.

Pension Records for Benjamin W. Hurd
1850, 1860 NH Censuses
listed as Widow Abiah Hurd in 1865 Dover NH Directory
Baptised at the Free Will Baptist Church on Washington ST. Dover, NH on 1 Nov 1857 (as Mrs. Abrah R. Hurd Sargent), dismissed from church 14 Sept 1886.
Marriage not listed in the Cambridge Chronicle.
1880 census in Cambridge, NH (Coos County), p. 122 A
1920 Census in Corrina, ME, ED 88, p. 13A

Research: 鉄argent Record by Edwin Everett Sargent (St. Johnsbury, VT, Caledonian, 1899)(Entry #1111)
Searching for the Parents of Polly B. (Dudley) (Daniels) Learned, New Hampshire Genealogical Record, Vol. 20 (2003):141-150.

They had the following children:
              i.       Mary F. (1848-1907)
              ii.       Sarah Ann (1849-1851)
              iii.       Olive Ann (1851-1934) married George Hale Pinkham above. They were double third cousins through the Coffin family.
              iv.       Sarah Jane (1853-1925)

He second common-law married Susannah HECK, abt 1861 in Wyandotte County, Kansas. Born abt 1842 in Ohio.19 Susannah died bef 1875; she was 33.

They had the following children:
              i.       Ruth (~1861-)
              ii.       William J. (~1867-)
              iii.       Harvey (~1869-)
              iv.       Benjamin W. (~1873-)

He third common-law married Eliza, aft 1870 in Wyandotte County, Kansas. Born abt 1846 in Missouri.20 Eliza died aft 1900; she was 54.

43. George HURD. Born in May 1826 in Somersworth, New Hampshire. George died in Dixfield, Maine, on 18 Apr 1901; he was 74.18 Occupation: Shoemaker/Worker in Wool Mill.

In Candage/Peak Heard Genealogy as unknown Heard
Living in Dover, NH in 1860 next door to Abiah and Nancy Hurd
microfilm original of marriage record shows entry crossed out as error.
Marriage not listed in the Cambridge Chronicle.
1870 Census in Oxford, Oxford County, ME, Roll 551, Page 296.
1880 Census in Pleasant Ridge, Aroostook, ME, p. 132D

On 7 May 1846 when George was 20, he first married Louisa F. LEARNED, daughter of Amos LEARNED & Mary (Polly) B. DUDLEY, in Newton, Massachusetts.15,21 Born on 27 Oct 1820 in Dublin, New Hampshire.22 Louisa F. died in Dover, Strafford, New Hampshire, bef 1869; she was 48. Listed in 1860 Census of Dover, NH with George, next door to Abiah and Nancy

Research: "Heard-Hurd Genealogy 1610-1987: Some Descendants of John and Elizabeth (Hull) Heard of Dover, New Hampshire" by Charles Samuel Candage and Ralph Ernest Peak (Picton Press, Camden, ME, 1988)
典he History of Dublin, New Hampshire by Rev. Levi W. Leonard & Rev. Josiah L. Seward (Dublin, NH, 1920) [Learned, pp. 805-11]
"The Learned Family in America 1630-1967" by Eugenia Learned James (US, 1967)

They had the following children:
              i.       Mary Louisa (1847-)
              ii.       George Frederick (1848-1849)
              iii.       Sarah Elizabeth (1850-1851)
              iv.       Emma Merrilla (1852-)
              v.       George Manley (1854-)
              vi.       Josiah Albert (1857-)
              vii.       Clara E. (1860-)
              viii.       Hattie S. (1864-)

Bef 1869 when George was 42, he second married Keziah M. VINING. Born abt 1836 in Maine. Keziah M. died in Webster, Maine, on 8 Jun 1894; she was 58.18
They had one child:
              i.       Charles F. (1869-)

44. William A. HURD. Born in 1831 in Rochester, New Hampshire. William A. died in Boston, Massachusetts, on 8 Oct 1889; he was 58.13 in 1850 Census with Benjamin, Abiah and Nancy Hurd
Mr. Hanson's research names him as the William Hurd who died in Mass (MA VR's) son of Frederick and "Mary" Hurd of NH
1880 census in Concord, NH, p. 142B
Abt 1850 when William A. was 19, he married Susan L. SHACKLEY, in Dover, New Hampshire.11
1880 census in Concord, NH, p. 142B

They had one child:
              i.       William A. (1852-1910)

Sources

1. 天ital Records of Newmarket, NH 1734-1866 by Priscilla Hammond (Concord, NH, 1935), p. 1
2. Stafford County Deeds 17:326-7
3. 哲orth Yarmouth, ME Vital Records p. 129
4. Revolutionary War Pension Application #S7999
5. 泥eath Notices From Free Will Baptist Publications 1811-1851 by David C. Young and Robert L. Taylor (Heritage Books, 1985), p. 374-5
6. 笛ournal of Enoch Hayes Place 1810-1865 transcribed by William E. Wentworth (NEHGS, Boston, 1998, in 2 vols.) 1:50.
7. 典he History of the Town of Rochester, New Hampshire 1722-1890 by Franklin McDuffee (2 vols., 1892, reprinted as one volume, Somersworth, NH, 1988), 2:608
8. Rochester, NH Town Book (1:526)
9. 笛ournal of Enoch Hayes Place 1810-1865 transcribed by William E. Wentworth (NEHGS, Boston, 1998, in 2 vols.) 2:1740.
10. Exeter News-Letter, 31 Aug. 1846 (Vol. XVI, No. 20)
11. New Hampshire Vital Records
12. "Record of the Baptisms, Marriages and Funerals from the Note Books of Rev. David Leighton Edgerly 1818-1891 of New Durham, NH" copied by Edwin L. Edgerly (typescript at NEHGS)
13. Massachusetts Vital Records
14. United States Pension Army (Cert#583861)
15. "Vital Records of Newton, Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849" (NEHGS, Boston, 1905) p.314
16. Also at Massachusetts Marriages 1846/7, 25:64
17. Weld, Maine Town Book, p. 77
18. Maine Vital Records
19. 1870 U.S. Census for Kansas; Wyandotte County, Prairie Township, Page 9-10, Family #70
20. 1880 U.S. Census for Kansas, Wyandotte County, Quindaro Township, ED#191, Page 33, Family #296.
21. Also at Massachusetts Marriages 1845/6, 19:56
22. 的ndex to births, marriages & deaths registered in Dublin, NH 1760-1990 by Nancy E. Campbell and John W. Harris (Dublin, NH: The Archives 1991), p. 45


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