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80601 [Ipswich Vital Records] GAINES Thomas (I19284)
 
80602 [Ipswich Vital Records] GAINES Judith (I7264)
 
80603 [Ipswich Vital Records] GAINES Judith (I7264)
 
80604 [MD 31:60] Family F7454
 
80605 [Minor Diary 119] STEVENSON Anne (I3663)
 
80606 [NEHGR Vol. 13] "Deposition of Jas. Barbidge, of North Yarmouth, Maine, June 22, 1730". From this article it appears that James Barbidge or Babbidge, a husbandman, then residing at North Yarmouth, was born about 1697, at Uffculme, Devonshire, England, that he is Son of James Babbidge. & Prudence his wife, That he left Topsham about Thirteen Years Since & with Capt John Tallamy Sailed to New England, That when he left Topsham he had a Sister whose name was Tampson, who formerly married to One John Brumfield, who was then Dead, leaving the said Tamson a Widow. That he left behind him When he left above said James Babbidge Desired me, the said Notary, To Publish The Same To all persons Whome the same shall or may concern.

Seal. In Witness Whereof I the said Notary have hereunto set my hand & the Seal of the said Notaries Office at Marblehead the Day and Year first above Written.. Nathan Bowen Not. Pubc.

Prest John Tallamy
John Tallamy Junr
James Babbidge 
BABBIDGE James (I20187)
 
80607 [PCC 1614, 16 Lawe] NOYES Robert (I1847)
 
80608 [Plym. Col. Wills, 4: I: 58] "A true Inventory of .... the Goods Cattles and Creditts of Mr Thomas Huckens Deceased Apprised att his house in Barnstable" 10 February, 1679, "by Joseph Laythorp and Barnabas Laythorp". "2 silver spoones" were valued at £1; "Joseph Huckens His prsonall Estate praised to the value of" £14, 7s. The real estate was: "Dwelling house and barne and land belonging to it" £220; "Coopers Necke of land" £40; "the land att Cotuitt" £40. "the land att Wequoitt" £9; "the land above the meeting house" £4; "the reversion of John Coopers land" £50; "the meadow att Sandey neecke" £5. Debts amounting to £464, 15s., were due the estate. The total of the inventory was £1014, 2s.
The estate was indebted £14, 19s.
"And to Goodwife Bourne" £15 "pr anum During her Naturall life".
[4: I: 60] "Wheras Thomas Huckens senir late of Barnstable .... Deceased had not in his life time soe prfected his last Will .... as hee Intended .... wherby many questions and Debates were like to arise for prevension wherof. and for a finall quiets and Amicable settlement of his estate .... amongst those that were Concerned therin and have right to their prtes therof; it is Mutually and Respectively .... agreed and concluded by and between the said prties Concerned, heer unto subscribed .... with an eye as much as might be to what was his Declared mind and will in his lifetime, though Not fully prfected as aforsaid; viz:
"Imprs: That Thomas Huckens the onely Surviveing sonne of the said Thomas Huckens Deceased; be seized of the whole estate .... both Reall & prsonall and Adminnester upon the same .... paying all such Debts as are Due .... as alsoe to pay all such sumes and Legacyes to the prties heerafter Named; as theire respective prtes of the said estate; in such Manor and forme as is in and by these prsents mensioned"
"Viz .... the said Thomas Huckens .... will deliver, or cause to be Delivered unto Rose Huckens his Mother and Relict of the said Thomas Huckens Deceased, two Cowes ten sheep one Mare and four swine, to be wholly att her Dispose; and further to pay .... unto the said Rose yeerly .... During her Naturall life the full sum of six pounds in Clotheing and provisions, suitable for her; and" £3, 10s., "more in silver mony, att or before the fifteenth Day of November anually During .... her Naturall life .... att her Now Dwelling house in Barnstable" also "her late husbands best bed with the furniture belonging therunto, and three paire of sheets; and one fourth prte of All the rest of the houshold stuffe; whatsoever in brasse Iron pewter and wood and &c: Durring her Naturall life, and then to be Devided after her Decease amongst the Children shee had by said Thomas Huckens her husband, or be Desposed of by her to them or theire Children, or to such of them as shee shall see Cause; And that Duing her widdowhood shee have the full libertie and privilidge of the parlour and leanto against it att the westeren end of the said Dwelling house, with one third prte of the Garden for her use; and the said Adminnestrator alsoe to provide ffodder for her two Cowes, and ten sheep and sufficient fierwood for her use yeerly, and att all times During her said widdowhood, and this to be in full of all her Demaunds of the said estate ;"
"That the said Adminnestrator Thomas Huckens his heires executors or Administrators shall and will pay or cause to be payed unto Hope Huckens the Relicte of John Huckens Deceased Eldest sonne of the said Thomas Huckens Deceased, the sume of twenty and five pounds in Currant New England Mony within one yeer after the Date heerof; and is to be Improved by the said Thomas Huckens or his Assignes for the Good and benifitt of the five Daughters shee had by the said John Huckens, or the survivers of them; To be equally Devided between them with the produce and advance therof, as they may Come of age or Day of Marriage as by agreement and order of the said Thomas Huckens Deceased, in Reference to the settlement of the estate of the said John Huckens between Hope the said mother and the Children, as by Court Record Doth appeer; This twenty five pounds aforsaid being to be in the stead of and to fulfill the said Hope Huckens her Ingagement or obligation of the twenty five pounds to be payed by her to the said Thomas Huckens Deceased his executors or assignes for the use and to be Improved for, and in behalfe of the said five Children; as in the aforsaid Court Record Doth more fully and att large appeer, att his Maties Court held in Plym March 1678: and further to pay or Cause to be payed unto the said Hope Huckens the sume of fifty pounds in Marchants pay, att prise Currant with the Marchants towards her support and the bringing up of her said Children; The one half therof to be payed to her or her Assignei att or before the fifteenth Day of November Next Insueing the Date heerof; and the other Halfe att the fifteenth of November Next following which wilbe in the yeer 1681 and alsoe to pay or Cause to be payed to the said Hope for the use and behoof of her said Children the sume of twenty and five pounds more in silver mony within two yeers after the Date heerof, or one third prte of what the lands of the said Thomas Huckens Deceased called Coopers Necke; and his lands att Coituitt are or shalbe sold for within these two yeers Next; [p. 61] Next coming or in Defect therof to have one third pte of all the said lands att Coopers Necke & Coituitt to be Assigned to her and the said Children to have and to hold for ever; and this to be in full for her pte and her said Childrens prte of the said Estate and to be paid att Barnstable ;"the said Adminnestrator Thomas Huckens .... shall pay or Cause to be payed unto Samuell Stores and Mary his wife .... sixty six pounds in merchants pay att prise Currant .... viz: thirty pounds therof att or before the fifteenth of November Next Insueing & fifteen pounds within a yeer after the said November Next ensuing: and twenty and one pounds by the fifteenth of November which shalbe in the yeer 1682; and further to Deliver to them the said Samuell and Mary three Cowes; or their vallue in other Neate Cattle and a prsell of Marsh of late the said Thomas Huckens, Deceased in the Comittees Cove. and that prsell of his marsh which hee bought of Mr Linnell, since sold by the said Samuell Stores, and alsoe further to the said Samuell eight shillings, in silver Mony, and the second best snite throughout, of the said Thomas Huckens Deceased, or in liew therof three pounds in silver Mony; and this to be in full of the said Samuell and Maryes prte of the said estate, to be payed att Barnstable
"the said Adminnestrator Thomas Huckens .... shall pay or cause to be payed; unto James Gorham and Hannah his wife, the sume of Ninety pounds in Marchants pay att prise Currant .... accounting that which they have already Received, of the said Thomas Huckens in his life time, to be prte therof being vallued Att twenty and six pounds; the said sum to be payed in three yeers time, viz: forty five pounds therof to be payed att or before the 15th of November Next ensueing; and twenty and two pounds and ten shillings within one twelve month after that; and twenty and two pounds and ten shillings the Resedtie therof within a yeer after that, Last Mensioned, viz: in November 1682 and further to them the said James and Hannah; one bed and furniture therto belonging and one fourth prte of all the Rest of the houshold stuffe whatsoever as aforsaid and alsoe one Mare and five sheep; the said twenty and six pounds, already received as aforsaid to be proportionable Deducted Out of the yeerly payments; aforsaid; and this to be in full of the said James and Hannahs prte of the said estate; the payments to be payed the one halfe att Boston and the one halfe att Barnstable ;"
"the said Thomas Huckens .... shall pay or cause to be payed unto Jabez Serjeant three pounds in like Marchants pay as aforsaid within two years next after the Date heerof; in full of his Legacye Given to him by his Grandfather The said Thomas Huckens Deceased ;"
"Finally it is Agreed and Concluded that the said Adminnestrator Thomas Huckens for the payment of the Debts sumes; and legacyes above mensioned; shalbe seize'd of have and Injoy as his owne .... all the rest of the said estate, both reall and prsonall, whatsoever; In Witness wherof The prties to these prsents have heerto sett theire hands the fourteenth of March
Anno: Dom: 1679/80
In prsence of Rose Huckens her marke
Thomas Hinckley Assistant Thomas Huckens
Joseph Capen; Hope Huckens
Samuell Stores
James Gorham ;" 
HUCKINS Thomas (I37007)
 
80609 [Plym. Col. Wills, 4: I: 58] "A true Inventory of .... the Goods Cattles and Creditts of Mr Thomas Huckens Deceased Apprised att his house in Barnstable" 10 February, 1679, "by Joseph Laythorp and Barnabas Laythorp". "2 silver spoones" were valued at £1; "Joseph Huckens His prsonall Estate praised to the value of" £14, 7s. The real estate was: "Dwelling house and barne and land belonging to it" £220; "Coopers Necke of land" £40; "the land att Cotuitt" £40. "the land att Wequoitt" £9; "the land above the meeting house" £4; "the reversion of John Coopers land" £50; "the meadow att Sandey neecke" £5. Debts amounting to £464, 15s., were due the estate. The total of the inventory was £1014, 2s.
The estate was indebted £14, 19s.
"And to Goodwife Bourne" £15 "pr anum During her Naturall life".
[4: I: 60] "Wheras Thomas Huckens senir late of Barnstable .... Deceased had not in his life time soe prfected his last Will .... as hee Intended .... wherby many questions and Debates were like to arise for prevension wherof. and for a finall quiets and Amicable settlement of his estate .... amongst those that were Concerned therin and have right to their prtes therof; it is Mutually and Respectively .... agreed and concluded by and between the said prties Concerned, heer unto subscribed .... with an eye as much as might be to what was his Declared mind and will in his lifetime, though Not fully prfected as aforsaid; viz:
"Imprs: That Thomas Huckens the onely Surviveing sonne of the said Thomas Huckens Deceased; be seized of the whole estate .... both Reall & prsonall and Adminnester upon the same .... paying all such Debts as are Due .... as alsoe to pay all such sumes and Legacyes to the prties heerafter Named; as theire respective prtes of the said estate; in such Manor and forme as is in and by these prsents mensioned"
"Viz .... the said Thomas Huckens .... will deliver, or cause to be Delivered unto Rose Huckens his Mother and Relict of the said Thomas Huckens Deceased, two Cowes ten sheep one Mare and four swine, to be wholly att her Dispose; and further to pay .... unto the said Rose yeerly .... During her Naturall life the full sum of six pounds in Clotheing and provisions, suitable for her; and" £3, 10s., "more in silver mony, att or before the fifteenth Day of November anually During .... her Naturall life .... att her Now Dwelling house in Barnstable" also "her late husbands best bed with the furniture belonging therunto, and three paire of sheets; and one fourth prte of All the rest of the houshold stuffe; whatsoever in brasse Iron pewter and wood and &c: Durring her Naturall life, and then to be Devided after her Decease amongst the Children shee had by said Thomas Huckens her husband, or be Desposed of by her to them or theire Children, or to such of them as shee shall see Cause; And that Duing her widdowhood shee have the full libertie and privilidge of the parlour and leanto against it att the westeren end of the said Dwelling house, with one third prte of the Garden for her use; and the said Adminnestrator alsoe to provide ffodder for her two Cowes, and ten sheep and sufficient fierwood for her use yeerly, and att all times During her said widdowhood, and this to be in full of all her Demaunds of the said estate ;"
"That the said Adminnestrator Thomas Huckens his heires executors or Administrators shall and will pay or cause to be payed unto Hope Huckens the Relicte of John Huckens Deceased Eldest sonne of the said Thomas Huckens Deceased, the sume of twenty and five pounds in Currant New England Mony within one yeer after the Date heerof; and is to be Improved by the said Thomas Huckens or his Assignes for the Good and benifitt of the five Daughters shee had by the said John Huckens, or the survivers of them; To be equally Devided between them with the produce and advance therof, as they may Come of age or Day of Marriage as by agreement and order of the said Thomas Huckens Deceased, in Reference to the settlement of the estate of the said John Huckens between Hope the said mother and the Children, as by Court Record Doth appeer; This twenty five pounds aforsaid being to be in the stead of and to fulfill the said Hope Huckens her Ingagement or obligation of the twenty five pounds to be payed by her to the said Thomas Huckens Deceased his executors or assignes for the use and to be Improved for, and in behalfe of the said five Children; as in the aforsaid Court Record Doth more fully and att large appeer, att his Maties Court held in Plym March 1678: and further to pay or Cause to be payed unto the said Hope Huckens the sume of fifty pounds in Marchants pay, att prise Currant with the Marchants towards her support and the bringing up of her said Children; The one half therof to be payed to her or her Assignei att or before the fifteenth Day of November Next Insueing the Date heerof; and the other Halfe att the fifteenth of November Next following which wilbe in the yeer 1681 and alsoe to pay or Cause to be payed to the said Hope for the use and behoof of her said Children the sume of twenty and five pounds more in silver mony within two yeers after the Date heerof, or one third prte of what the lands of the said Thomas Huckens Deceased called Coopers Necke; and his lands att Coituitt are or shalbe sold for within these two yeers Next; [p. 61] Next coming or in Defect therof to have one third pte of all the said lands att Coopers Necke & Coituitt to be Assigned to her and the said Children to have and to hold for ever; and this to be in full for her pte and her said Childrens prte of the said Estate and to be paid att Barnstable ;"the said Adminnestrator Thomas Huckens .... shall pay or Cause to be payed unto Samuell Stores and Mary his wife .... sixty six pounds in merchants pay att prise Currant .... viz: thirty pounds therof att or before the fifteenth of November Next Insueing & fifteen pounds within a yeer after the said November Next ensuing: and twenty and one pounds by the fifteenth of November which shalbe in the yeer 1682; and further to Deliver to them the said Samuell and Mary three Cowes; or their vallue in other Neate Cattle and a prsell of Marsh of late the said Thomas Huckens, Deceased in the Comittees Cove. and that prsell of his marsh which hee bought of Mr Linnell, since sold by the said Samuell Stores, and alsoe further to the said Samuell eight shillings, in silver Mony, and the second best snite throughout, of the said Thomas Huckens Deceased, or in liew therof three pounds in silver Mony; and this to be in full of the said Samuell and Maryes prte of the said estate, to be payed att Barnstable
"the said Adminnestrator Thomas Huckens .... shall pay or cause to be payed; unto James Gorham and Hannah his wife, the sume of Ninety pounds in Marchants pay att prise Currant .... accounting that which they have already Received, of the said Thomas Huckens in his life time, to be prte therof being vallued Att twenty and six pounds; the said sum to be payed in three yeers time, viz: forty five pounds therof to be payed att or before the 15th of November Next ensueing; and twenty and two pounds and ten shillings within one twelve month after that; and twenty and two pounds and ten shillings the Resedtie therof within a yeer after that, Last Mensioned, viz: in November 1682 and further to them the said James and Hannah; one bed and furniture therto belonging and one fourth prte of all the Rest of the houshold stuffe whatsoever as aforsaid and alsoe one Mare and five sheep; the said twenty and six pounds, already received as aforsaid to be proportionable Deducted Out of the yeerly payments; aforsaid; and this to be in full of the said James and Hannahs prte of the said estate; the payments to be payed the one halfe att Boston and the one halfe att Barnstable ;"
"the said Thomas Huckens .... shall pay or cause to be payed unto Jabez Serjeant three pounds in like Marchants pay as aforsaid within two years next after the Date heerof; in full of his Legacye Given to him by his Grandfather The said Thomas Huckens Deceased ;"
"Finally it is Agreed and Concluded that the said Adminnestrator Thomas Huckens for the payment of the Debts sumes; and legacyes above mensioned; shalbe seize'd of have and Injoy as his owne .... all the rest of the said estate, both reall and prsonall, whatsoever; In Witness wherof The prties to these prsents have heerto sett theire hands the fourteenth of March
Anno: Dom: 1679/80
In prsence of Rose Huckens her marke
Thomas Hinckley Assistant Thomas Huckens
Joseph Capen; Hope Huckens
Samuell Stores
James Gorham ;" 
HUCKINS Thomas (I52199)
 
80610 [Plym. Col. Wills, 4: I:8] "A true Inventory of .... the Goods Chattles and Creditts of John Huckings Deceased apprised att his house in Barnstable the 27 Day of December 1678 by Joseph Laythorp and Barnabas Laythorp". The total amount of the inventory was 1154, 12s. The only real estate was: "Item in housing upland and meddow" £70, "Mr Thomas Huckengs Reserveing alwayes to himselfe the one halfe of the warehouse; with Free egresse and Regress therinto". One forth part of a ketch was valued at £30.

"Hope the late wife of the said John Huckings made oath to the truth of this Inventory this third of March 1678 Before mee Thomas Hinckley Assistant:"

[4: 1:9] "In Reference unto the settlement of the estate of John Huckings late of Barnstable (whoe died Intestate) between the mother and the Children of the said John Huckings with the Consent of Elder John Chipman and Thomas Huckings senir: It is ordered by the Court that Hope the Mother of the said Children and Relectt of the said John Huckings shall have the whole estate hee left; whether in house lands or other estate whatsoever To her sole Dispose for ever, Towards the support and the bringing up of the five Children which shee had by him; provided and so as shee the said Hope Doe pay or cause to be payed unto the said Thomas Huckens his executors or assignes within two yeers after the Date heerof the full sume of twenty and five pounds in Currant New England money for the use and to be Improved to and in behalfe of the said Children and the Surviver & Survivers of them whoe are Named Elizabeth Mary Experience Hope and Mehittable, To be equally Devided with the produce and Advance, which may arise by the Improvement therof as aforsaid unto the said five Children or the Surviver or Survivers of them as they or any of them shall attaine the age of twenty one yeers Respectively or the Day of Marriage which shall first happen
And the said Thomas Huckings Did apper in open Court; and Acknowlidge, his Surrender of the house and Lands in the Inventory of the said John Huckings mensioned on Record into the hands of the said Hope her heires and assignes for ever, which hee Did Intend to Bestow on the said John Huckings Deceased and which hee in his Life time had the use and Improvement off; And is Now by the said Thomas Huckings heerby ffreely and absolutely Conveyed assured and Confeirmed unto her the said Hope, And to the onely proper use and behooffe of her the said Hope The Relicte of the said John Huckinges, and to her heires and Assignes for ever in Manor and forme aforsaid, according to the true Intent and meaning of these prsents in Testimony wherof the said Thomas Huckings Desires the Record heerof; and for Confeirmation of the whole as aforsaid the Court have ordered the Record heerof;
:Plymouth March the 7th Anno Dom: 1678/79" 
HUCKINS John (I37006)
 
80611 [Plym. Col. Wills, 4: I:8] "A true Inventory of .... the Goods Chattles and Creditts of John Huckings Deceased apprised att his house in Barnstable the 27 Day of December 1678 by Joseph Laythorp and Barnabas Laythorp". The total amount of the inventory was 1154, 12s. The only real estate was: "Item in housing upland and meddow" £70, "Mr Thomas Huckengs Reserveing alwayes to himselfe the one halfe of the warehouse; with Free egresse and Regress therinto". One forth part of a ketch was valued at £30.

"Hope the late wife of the said John Huckings made oath to the truth of this Inventory this third of March 1678 Before mee Thomas Hinckley Assistant:"

[4: 1:9] "In Reference unto the settlement of the estate of John Huckings late of Barnstable (whoe died Intestate) between the mother and the Children of the said John Huckings with the Consent of Elder John Chipman and Thomas Huckings senir: It is ordered by the Court that Hope the Mother of the said Children and Relectt of the said John Huckings shall have the whole estate hee left; whether in house lands or other estate whatsoever To her sole Dispose for ever, Towards the support and the bringing up of the five Children which shee had by him; provided and so as shee the said Hope Doe pay or cause to be payed unto the said Thomas Huckens his executors or assignes within two yeers after the Date heerof the full sume of twenty and five pounds in Currant New England money for the use and to be Improved to and in behalfe of the said Children and the Surviver & Survivers of them whoe are Named Elizabeth Mary Experience Hope and Mehittable, To be equally Devided with the produce and Advance, which may arise by the Improvement therof as aforsaid unto the said five Children or the Surviver or Survivers of them as they or any of them shall attaine the age of twenty one yeers Respectively or the Day of Marriage which shall first happen
And the said Thomas Huckings Did apper in open Court; and Acknowlidge, his Surrender of the house and Lands in the Inventory of the said John Huckings mensioned on Record into the hands of the said Hope her heires and assignes for ever, which hee Did Intend to Bestow on the said John Huckings Deceased and which hee in his Life time had the use and Improvement off; And is Now by the said Thomas Huckings heerby ffreely and absolutely Conveyed assured and Confeirmed unto her the said Hope, And to the onely proper use and behooffe of her the said Hope The Relicte of the said John Huckinges, and to her heires and Assignes for ever in Manor and forme aforsaid, according to the true Intent and meaning of these prsents in Testimony wherof the said Thomas Huckings Desires the Record heerof; and for Confeirmation of the whole as aforsaid the Court have ordered the Record heerof;
:Plymouth March the 7th Anno Dom: 1678/79" 
HUCKINS John (I47570)
 
80612 [Records of Saybrook, Conn., Vol. 1, N. E. Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 4, 1850.] Family F16449
 
80613 [Sewell 150; MD 9:129], 34:49] ALDEN John (I11224)
 
80614 [Sewell 150; MD 9:129], 34:49] ALDEN John (I19350)
 
80615 [SLR 3:330; EQC 5:245-46]. BROWNE James, Sr. (I3622)
 
80616 [St. Anne Ch. Records, London, 1624.] Family F16451
 
80617 [The "inventory of the estate of Stephen Jordan, who deceased Feb. 8, 1869" is printed verbatim, and includes among others a debt "to Abel Merrill for dayes work done for mowing and makeing hay & planting & hilling & cutting wood, &c., 3li. 13s., besides attendance upon him both night and day for these 3 last years which if it be made up 101i. he would be a looser."] [Essex County Probate Files, Docket 15,246] ["The Ancestry of Phoebe Tilton" by Walter Goodwin Davis] JORDAN Stephen (I15179)
 
80618 [The Merrill Newsletter, Vol 2 No 4] Family F5771
 
80619 [The Merrill Newsletter, Vol 4 No 3 ] CLOUGH Sarah (I4917)
 
80620 [The Merrill Newsletter, Vol 4 No 3 ] CLOUGH Sarah (I4917)
 
80621 [The Merrill Newsletter, Vol 4 No 3 ] MERRILL Moses (I4923)
 
80622 [The Merrill Newsletter, Vol 4 No 3 ] MERRILL Moses (I4923)
 
80623 [The Merrill Newsletter, Vol 4 No 3 ] Family F5775
 
80624 [The Merrill Newsletter, Vol 4 No 3 ] Family F1398
 
80625 [The Merrill Newsletter, Vol 4 No 3 ] MERRILL Moses (I17562)
 
80626 [The Merrill Newsletter, Vol 4 No 3 ] MERRILL Moses (I17562)
 
80627 [The Merrill Newsletter, Vol 4 No 3 ] CLOUGH Sarah (I15190)
 
80628 [The Merrill Newsletter, Vol 4 No 3 ] CLOUGH Sarah (I15190)
 
80629 [The Records of the First Church in Boston, 1630-1868, Publications of the Colonial Society of Massachusetts, Volumes 39, 40 and 41, d. Richard D. Pierce (Boston 1961)] Family F589
 
80630 [Wiltshire Parish Registers. Marriages., W.P.W. Phillimore and John Sadler, eds. [London: Phillimore, 1911], 4]. Family F11991
 
80631 [Wiltshire Parish Registers. Marriages., W.P.W. Phillimore and John Sadler, eds. [London: Phillimore, 1911], 4]. Family F1475
 
80632 ` (spelled Steevens in VR.) STEVENS Benjamin, Sr. (I99861)
 
80633 “And Lamech was one hundred and eighty years old when he took Ashmua, the daughter of Elishaa the son of Enoch his uncle, and she conceived.” -Jashur 4:11. ASHMUA (I5659)
 
80634    Charles H Talbot was born in Springfield Illinois on May 13, 1845, being the son of William H and Matilda (Envert) Talbot, natives, respectively of Kentucky and Illinois. The father came to Illinois with his parents, who were natives of Virginia, and he learned the blacksmith trade and operated a large blacksmith and wagon shop.  He is now dead.  The paternal grandfather of our subject was recorder of Sangamon county, Illinois for thirty years.  The mother of Charles died when he was fourteen.  He was educated in the Springfield schools and at the age of sixteen enlisted in Company K.  One Hundred and Twenty-fourth Illinois Infantry, captained by Stephen W. Saunders,and whose colonel was John H. Howe.  Mr. Talbot participated in the battles of Ft Gibson, Raymond, Jackson, Black River Bridge, Vicksburg, Benton, and was in the siege of Mobile.  He saw three years of hard, active service and conducted himself with display of valor and courage. Following the war he went to work for his uncle and in 1879 he was in the vicinity of Joplin, in mining and other enterprises.  In 1893 Mr. Talbot came to Leland and thence to his present place, where he resides on the farm ofhis wife’s mother, Mrs. Noyes.

    On April 11, 1889, Mr. Talbot married Mrs. Ruby Baily, widow of Daniel Baily, and daughter of Hiram K. and Susan (Bourn) Noyes.  Mr. Noyes was born in Vermont, as also were his ancestors, who were prominent New England Family of Scotch extraction.  Mrs. Noyes was born in Canada on March 28, 1820.  Her parents had crossed the boarder from Vermont in 1812, the father being a native of Vermont and the mother of Connecticut.  Mrs. Noyes was married in Potton, Canada, five miles from the boundary of the United States.  She is now living with her daughter and son-in-law, seven miles southwest from Weippe on a homestead which has not yet been platted.  Mrs. Noyes has the following children: William G.[Gilman], in Missouri; Sanford W.[Lansford], in Illinois; Louis A., with her; Charles E., in Oklahoma, Frank W., in Missouri; Lucy A., widow of Mr. Young, in Clarke county, Illinois; Rosepha H., wife of Asam Baron, in Indianapolis; Etta M., wife of John Shriner.  Mrs. Talbot was born in Ionia county, Michigan, on November 16,1858. 
TALBOT Charles H. (I85222)
 

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