FANNIE AND FRED HERRICK...children of
Samuel Herrick and Frances Byard..Sedgwick.
Genforum advised me to post my message here, besides on the Hancock County site.
I want to know what happened to Fred and Fannie. They were my G+Aunt's (Frances Byard) children. Thanks for any help you may be able to provide. Everything I've
put on this site is ALL I have about this
family. Capt. Samuel Herrick, for instance,
was he a Capt. in the Civil War or a sea
captain. I would love..LOVE..to be in touch with any Herricks who know anything about this family. Thanks again. Jan Byard Saremi
SEDGWICK AND SETTLERS.
This township was Ancient Naskeag and No. Four of the first townships
surveyed east of Penobscot river. It was incorporated Jan. 12, 1789, and
included Brooklin, which was set off and incorporated 1849. I find less of
this town than of any other on the coast. A list of the first settlers is
given, as full as can be ascertained.
Andrew Black, 1762, ---- Hale,
----- Goodwin (?), 1762, ------ Wells,
John Black, 1762, John Billings, Sen.,
Daniel Black, 1702. *Enoch Blaisdell,
Ebenezer Herrick, Sen., † 1765, *Joshua Trussell,
Ebenezer Herrick, Jr., 1765, John Black,
John Herrick, 1765, David Dority,
Joseph Freethy, Nehemiah Allen,
William Reed, *Robert Byard,
Reuben Gray, 1762, William Grinnell,
Shadrack Watson, 1762, James Flye, 1765,
Job Wells, ------ Jackson,
Samuel Herrick. 1765,
James Flye, John Allen,
----- Babson, Joshua Snow,
*Daniel Bridges, Silas Bunker,
John Carter, Sen., Henry York,
John Carter, Jr., Simeon Parker.
James (?) Cousins,
† Herricks from Gloucester.
Capt. Samuel Herrick of Sedgwick & Francis M. Byard of same
M 1 Jul 1852 by Rev. O.B. Walker
Jan: You have my data on this, but it appears to me that J.P. Byard is James
Pearl Byard. I can't identify any other candidate. My belief is that James
Pearl Byard and Samuel Herrick were the owners of the Herrick and Byard
store in Sedgwick. You have seen the picture of the store on Xana Hansen's
Sedgwick web page. My guess is that James P. Byard and Samuel Herrick are in
that picture. James was listed as a sailor in the 1860 census, but as a
"Ret.[ail] merchant" by 1870. Being a lawyer in 1870 was not quite like
being a lawyer now. He may have been elected as a justice of the peace
(hence the marriages in the local paper) and may have been one of those who
apprenticed under another lawyer. I'd love to know more. Let me know what
you find. John Guest
Frances Maria Byard married Capt. Samuel G. Herrick b. 11/29 1823 d. E. Northpoint (Waldo Co.) ME.
They were married on July 1st, 1852 in Brooklin, ME
Their Children – born in ???????
Fannie H. b. 1855 d. married John F. Lane
Fred S. Herrick b. 1858 d. 1953, married Lizzie W.
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