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Families of the Children of Thomas4 Washburn (Jr.) and Elizabeth4 Howland

 

 

         The families of the children of Thomas Washburn (Jr.) and Elizabeth Howland are still very much uncertain. I have here followed the marriage and children of only one daughter and one son, but there were probably other children that I have not been able trace. The families of Mary Washburn and Jabez King, because they lived in Bridgewater, are probably more complete than those of Timothy Washburn and Sarah Miller, because they lived in Arundel, Maine, but there is much uncertainty in both these families, and they will be corrected and added to, as new information is uncovered.

 

 

 

 

John2 Washburn (5th)

 

 

Thomas3 Washburn

 

 

 

 

Elizabeth2 Mitchell

 

Thomas4 Washburn (Jr.)

 

 

 

 

 

Samuel1 Packard

 

 

Deliverance2 Packard

 

 

 

 

Elizabeth

Mary5 Washburn

 

 

 

Elizabeth5 Washburn

 

 

 

Timothy5 Washburn

 

 

 

Thomas5 Washburn (3rd)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Joseph2 Howland

 

 

James3 Howland

 

 

 

 

Elizabeth Southworth

 

Elizabeth4 Howland

 

 

 

 

Mary Lothrop

 

 

(391.) Mary5 Washburn, eldest daughter of (118) Thomas4 Washburn (Jr.), (57) Thomas3, (43) John2 (5th), (28) John1 (4th); born in Bridgewater, Massachusetts Colony, on 25 May 1722,[1] married Jabez King on 12 Apr. 1753 in Bridgewater.[2] His parents have not been determined. Jabez King served in the Revolutionary War from Bridgewater, enlisting first as a private in Capt. Elisha Mitchell’s Company, Col. Simeon Cary’s Regiment, in 1776. In Oct. 1777 he served under Capt. Joseph Keith on an expedition to Tiverton, RI, and by 7 Nov. 1777 he was serving in Capt. Cushing’s Company from Bridgewater. In April 1778 his commander was Capt. Abram Washburn, from Bridgewater, and his discharge was on 14 Dec. 1778. In 1780 he again served in the Continental Army, in Rhode Island under Capt. Nathan Packard, and Capt. James Allen.[3]

         Jabez and Mary King lived in Bridgewater, MA, and they were still living in Bridgewater in the 1790 federal census.[4] No death or probate records found for either of them in Plymouth County, and they may have been living in Woodstock, Windsor Co., VT, in the 1791,[5] and 1800 federal censuses.[6] He was probably buried in Woodstock, VT.[7]

         Mary Washburn and Jabez King had children:

        1103      i   (Unnamed son), a twin, born on 15 Jan. 1754,[8] died on 25 Jan. 1754 in Bridgewater.[9]

        1104     ii   (Unnamed daughter), a twin, born on 15 Jan. 1754,[10] died on 26 Jan. 1754 in Bridgewater.[11]

        1105   iii   Elisabeth King, born on 27 Mar. 1755 in Bridgewater,[12] probably married Jedediah Grover, of Mansfield, MA,[13] on 27 Nov. 1777 in Bridgewater.[14] He may have been the Jedediah Grover, son of James and Sarah (Austin) Grover,[15] who was born on 23 May 1734 in Norton, MA,[16] and who served in the Revolutionary War in Capt. Isaac Hodge’s Company from Norton, MA, in 1777.[17] He was possibly the Jede Grover living in Foxborough, Suffolk Co., MA, in the 1790 federal census,[18] but they supposedly had a son born in Maine in 1786. A Jedediah Grover was a head of household in Bethel, York Co., ME, in the 1800,[19] 1810,[20] 1820,[21] 1830,[22] and 1840 federal censuses,[23] living amongst several other Grovers, who was apparently a different individual.[24] This Jedediah Grover was a head of household in Peru, Oxford Co., ME, in the 1820 federal census, living near his son, Edsell,[25] but he was not found in the other censuses in Maine or Massachusetts. They supposedly had children:[26]

a. Edsell Grover, born on 12 Nov. 1786 in Peru, Oxford Co., ME,[27] married Mary Walker, daughter of William and Sybil (Staples) Walker,[28] on 13 May 1821 in Peru, ME,[29] and died on 9 Jan. 1862 in Carthage, Franklin Co., ME.[30] She was born on 26 June 1800 in Falmouth, Cumberland Co., ME.[31] He was a head of household in Peru, Oxford Co., ME, in the 1820 federal census, but was still unmarried at the time.[32] They supposedly had children:

1. Peter Smith Grover, born in 1822 in Peru, ME.[33]

2. Dennis Grover, born on 20 Dec. 1823 in Peru, ME,[34] married Jerusha Bean, daughter of Lewis and Elsie (Wheeler) Bean, on 1 May 1853.[35] She was born on 17 Aug. 1831 in Jay, Franklin Co., ME.[36] He died in the Civil War on 20 Nov. 1862.[37]

3. Edsell Grover (Jr.), born on 23 Apr. 1829 in Carthage, Franklin Co., ME.[38]

4. Philena King Grover, born on 18 Dec. 1834 in Carthage, ME,[39] married Edward Ingraham Bean, who was born on 18 Dec. 1832 in Jay, Franklin Co., ME, and lived in Farmington Falls, ME.[40]

b. Ruth Grover

c. Betsey Grover

        1106   iv   Daniel King, born on 8 Feb. 1757 in Bridgewater,[41] possibly mar­ried Susanna Wood, daughter of Ephraim and Mary (Leach) (Soule) Wood (Jr.), of Middleborough,[42] on 7 Mar. 1784 in Middleborough.[43] She was born on 21 Dec. 1762 in Middleborough,[44] a granddaughter of Deacon Ephraim and Susanna3 (Howland) Wood,[45] and of Abiel and Sarah (Waterman) Leach.[46] They moved to Windsor Co., VT. She probably died by 1830, and he died after 1830, probably in Hartford, VT. Daniel King was a head of household in Pomfret, VT, in the 1791 federal census,[47] and in Hartford, Windsor Co., VT, in the 1800,[48] 1810,[49] 1820,[50] and the 1830 federal censuses,[51] where he was a farmer. They supposedly had children:[52]

a. Daniel King (Jr.), born on 21 Feb. 1786, probably in Pomfret, VT, was married and living in Hartford, Windsor Co., VT, in the 1810 federal census.[53] His first wife may have died, and he remarried to Betsey (___) on 2 Feb. 1818 in Hartford, VT, but he was not found as a head of household in Hartford, VT, in the 1820 federal census. She sued for divorce from her husband in Mar. 1823, citing “intolerable and abusive conduct without any provocation on her part,” and stating that he had deserted her.[54] He was probably living in his father’s household in Hartford, VT, in the 1830 federal census.

b. (Probably another daughter), born say ca. 1788 in Pomfret, VT.[55]

c. Susanna King, born on 14 May 1790 in Pomfret, VT.

d. Zelotes King, born on 8 Jan. 1792 in Pomfret, VT.

e. Earl King, born on 14 Nov. 1794 in Pomfret, VT.

        1107     v   Mary King, born on 30 Jan. 1761 in Bridgewater,[56] possibly married Edward Richmond, of Taunton, in ca. 1785.[57] Children not found. They may have been living in Taunton, MA, in the 1790 federal census,[58] but no children were recorded to Edward and Mary Richmond in the Taunton vital records.

        1108   vi   (Probably) Jabez King (Jr.), born supposed on 1 June 1769 in Bridgewater,[59] married Abigail Udall, daughter of Samuel and Lydia (Chapman) Udall, in 1790 in Hartford, VT.[60] They were living in Woodstock, Windsor Co., VT, in the 1800,[61] 1810,[62] and 1820,[63] and 1830 federal censuses,[64] where he was a farmer. He died in Dec. 1846 in Woodstock, VT.[65] She was not found in Vermont in the 1850 federal census. They had children:[66]

a. Jabez King (3rd), born ca. 1792 in Woodstock, Windsor Co., VT, not found in Vermont in the 1850 federal census.

b. Harry King, born ca. 1794 in Woodstock, VT.

c. Horace King, born ca. 1796 in Woodstock, VT, probably married Eunice (___), and there were living in Benson, Rutland Co., VT, in the 1850 federal census, where he was a farmer.[67]

d. Sylvia King, born ca. 1798 in Woodstock, VT, married Samuel or Sylvanus Cobb.

e. Verona King, born ca. 1800 in Woodstock, VT, married Nathan Cushing, son of Daniel Lewis Cushing, in ca. 1823. She died on 20 Mar. 1857.

f. Armena King, born ca. 1802 in Woodstock, VT.

g. James Udall King, born on 26 Mar. 1804 in Woodstock, VT, married Rosanna Davis, daughter of Moses and Rosanna Davis, in ca. 1844. She was born on 18 May 1816 in Barnard, VT. He died on 1 June 1887, and she died in May 1899.[68] They were living in Woodstock, VT, in the 1850 federal census, where he was a farmer.[69]

h. Sarah King, born ca. 1806 in Woodstock, VT, married Jonathan Reed.

i. Philena King, born ca. 1808 in Woodstock, VT, married George Sampson, of Woodstock, VT.

 

 

(393.) Timothy5 Washburn, probably eldest son of (118) Thomas4 Washburn (Jr.), (57) Thomas3, (43) John2 (5th), (28) John1 (4th); born probably in North Yarmouth, Maine, in, say 1726, baptized in North Yarmouth on 29 Aug. 1731, married Sarah Miller, daughter of James and Margaret Miller,[70] in say 1746, and they settled in the part of Kennebunkport, ME, that later became Arundel, York Co., ME, after 1761. She was born say ca. 1725 in ME.[71]

         Timothy Washburn was a mariner,[72] and he died after 1769, when he was granted administration of his son David Washburn's estate, but no probate records were found for Timothy Washburn’s estate in Maine.

         Timothy Washburn and Sarah Miller had children, order uncertain:

+     1109     i   David6 Washburn, born say 1747 in ME, married supposedly Sarah Gilpatrick[73] in say 1767, and they lived in Arundel, York Co., ME. (To be continued in Washburn Generation 6.)

+      1110    ii   Joseph6 Washburn, married Mary “Molly” Miller, daughter of Jeremiah and Elizabeth (Lassell) Miller (Jr.),[74] of Arundel, York Co., ME.[75] (To be continued in Washburn Generation 6.)

+      1111   iii   Mary6 Washburn, born ca. 1760 in ME,[76] married Daniel Lord, son of Capt. Tobias and Jane (Smith) Lord,[77] on 11 Jan. 1781 in Kennebunkport, Arundel Twp, York Co., ME.[78] (To be continued in Washburn Generation 6.)

+      1112   iv   Margaret6 Washburn, born ca. 1768 in ME,[79] married Samuel Hutchins, son of Josiah and Elizabeth “Betsey” (Haley) Hutchins, of Arundel, ME,[80] on 8 Jan. 1789 in Arundel, ME.[81] (To be continued in Washburn Generation 6.)

        1113     v   (Probably) Thomas6 Washburn, born after 1756,[82] married (____) in ca. 1785, and they were living in Wells, York Co., ME, in the 1800 federal census, with about 4 daughters,[83] but he was not found in Maine in the 1810 or 1820 federal censuses.[84]

                   vi   (Possibly others)

 

 

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© 2002 John A. Maltby, Redwood City, California



    [1] Vital Records of Bridgewater, Massachusetts, To the Year 1850, New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, MA, 1916, 2 Volumes, [hereinafter Bridgewater VRs], Vol. 1, p. 333.

    [2] Bridgewater VRs, Vol. 2, p. 389. She was called daughter of Timothy Washburn in Mitchell, Nahum, History of the Early Settlement of Bridgewater, in Plymouth County, Massachusetts, Boston, 1840, reprint, Heritage Books, Bowie, MD, 1983, [hereinafter Mitchell, History of Bridgewater], p. 216.

    [3] Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War, 17 Volumes, Vol. IX, pp. 253-254.

    [4] Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790: Massachusetts, Bountiful, Utah, 1993, p. 165, Bridgewater Town, Plymouth County, the Jabez King household had 1 free white male aged 16 or older, 1 free white male under 16, and 2 free white females.

    [5] Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790: Vermont, [actually taken in 1791], Bountiful, UT, 1993, p. 67, Woodstock town, Windsor County, the Jabez King household had 1 free white male aged 16 or over, 1 free white male under 16, and 2 free white females.

    [6] Heads of Families at the Second Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1800: Vermont, Vermont Historical Society, Montpelier, 1938, reprint, Clearfield Company, 2000, p. 182, Woodstock town, Windsor County, the Jabez King household had 1 male aged 45 or over, and 1 female aged 45 or over. Living also in Woodstock was the family of Jabez King, Jr.

    [7] Crockett, Walter H., Soldiers of the Revolutionary War Buried in Vermont, Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1973, reprint, Clearfield Company, 1991, p. 42.

    [8] Bridgewater VRs, Vol. 1, p. 194.

    [9] Bridgewater VRs, Vol. 2, p. 508.

    [10] Bridgewater VRs, Vol. 1, p. 194.

    [11] Bridgewater VRs, Vol. 2, p. 508.

    [12] Bridgewater VRs, Vol. 1, p. 194.

    [13] His birth was not found in the vital records of Mansfield, MA, and no children were found born to Jedediah Grover in Mansfield. A Jedediah Grover, son of James and Sarah (Austin) Grover, was born in Norton, MA, on 23 May 1734. (Norton VRs, pp. 65, 243.)

    [14] Bridgewater VRs, Vol. 2, p. 220; Mansfield VRs, p. 123, marriage intentions recorded 31 May 1777 in Mansfield.

    [15] Vital Records of Norton, Massachusetts, To the Year 1850, New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, 1906, [hereinafter Norton VRs], p. 243, marriage of Jams Grover and Sarah Austen on 17 Nov. 1726 in Norton.

    [16] Norton VRs, p. 65.

    [17] Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution, 17 Volumes, Vol. VI, p. 922, service from Sept. 25, 1777 to Oct. 31, 1777.

    [18] Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790: Massachusetts, Bountiful, Utah, 1993, p. 200, Foxborough Town, Suffolk County, the Jede Grover household had 1 free white male aged 16 or older, 4 free white males under 16, and 2 free white females.

    [19] 1800 Federal Census, Bethel, York Co., ME, p. 1050, the Jedediah Grover household had 1 male under 10, 1 male aged 26-44 years, 4 females under 10, 1 female aged 10-15 years, and 1 female aged 26-44 years. Living also in Bethel were the families of Elijah Grover, James Grover, John Grover, and Eli Grover.

    [20] 1810 Federal Census, Bethel, Oxford Co., ME, p. 387, the Jedediah Grover household had 1 male under 10, 1 male aged 10-15 years, 1 male aged 16-25 years, 1 male aged 45 or over, 1 female under 10, 2 females aged 10-15 years, 3 females aged 16-25 years, and 1 female aged 45 or over. Living also in Bethel were the families of Ely Grover, Hannah Grover, James Grover, and Otis Grover.

    [21] 1820 Federal Census, Bethel, Oxford Co., ME, p. 134, the Jedediah Grover household had 1 male under 10, 2 males aged 16-25 years, 1 male aged 45 or over, 2 females aged 16-25 years, 1 female aged 26-44 years, and had 3 persons engaged in agriculture. Living next door was the family of Hannah Grover, and close by wer the households of Elie Grover Jr., James Grover Jr., Peter Grover, Elias Grover, Elijah Grover, James Grover, Otis Grover, and Elie Grover.

    [22] 1830 Federal Census, Bethel, Oxford Co., ME, p. 58, hard to read, the Jedediah Grover household had 1 male aged 15-19 years, 1 male aged 60-69 years, 1 female aged 5-9 years, and 1 female aged 50-59 years. This Jedediah Grover was clearly too young to have been the husband of Elisabeth King. Living nearby were the households of John Grover, Jedediah Grover Jr., Leonard Grover, Eli Grover, and probably others.

    [23] 1840 Federal Census, Bethel, Oxford Co., ME, p. 13, are indexed both Jedediah Grover and Jedediah Grover Jr.

    [24] This Jedediah Grover was supposedly the son of James and Sarah (Wellman) Grover, who was born circa 1760, according to the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 13 Sept. 2003 by Craig Bryant.

    [25] 1820 Federal Census, Peru, Oxford Co., ME, p. 120, the Jedediah Grover household had 1 male aged 45 or over, 1 female aged 16-25 years, 1 female aged 26-44 years, 1 female aged 45 or over, and had 1 person engaged in agriculture.

    [26] These 3 children listed in the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 8 Dec. 2003 by Craig Bryant.

    [27] I.G.I. Birth Records, taken from an FHL [Family History Library] patron family group sheet, from microfilm #0884602, however the submitter may be wrong about the place of birth.

    [28] Her parents per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 8 Dec. 2003 by Craig Bryant, from Turner, Hollis, History of the Town of Peru, Oxford, Maine, 1789-1911, p. 289.

    [29] I.G.I. Marriage Records, taken from an FHL patron family group sheet, microfilm #0884602.

    [30] I.G.I. Individual Records, the source not listed, but probably taken from the FHL patron family group sheet listed for his birth and marriage.

    [31] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 8 Dec. 2003 by Craig Bryant.

    [32] 1820 Federal Census, Peru, Oxford Co., ME, p. 120, the Edsil Grover household had only one male aged 26-44 years, and had 1 person engaged in agriculture.

    [33] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 8 Dec. 2003 by Craig Bryant.

    [34] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 8 Dec. 2003 by Craig Bryant.

    [35] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 8 Dec. 2003 by Craig Bryant.

    [36] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 8 Dec. 2003 by Craig Bryant, from Moulton, Virginia Plaisted, History of Jay, Franklin, Maine from its settlement as Phips Canada, p. 169.

    [37] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 8 Dec. 2003 by Craig Bryant, from Moulton, Virginia Plaisted, History of Jay, Franklin, Maine from its settlement as Phips Canada, p. 403.

    [38] I.G.I. Birth Records, taken from an FHL patron family group sheet, microfilm #0884602.

    [39] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 8 Dec. 2003 by Craig Bryant.

    [40] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 8 Dec. 2003 by Craig Bryant.

    [41] Bridgewater VRs, Vol. 1, p. 194.

    [42] Merrick, Barbara Lambert, and Alicia Crane Williams, Middleborough, Massachusetts, Vital Records, The Massachusetts Society of Mayflower Descendants, Boston, Volume One: 1986, Volume Two: 1990, [hereinafter Middleborough VRs], Vol. 2, p. 47, marriage intentions recorded between Ephraim Wood and Mary Soul, both of Middleborough, on 16 May 1752 in Middleborough. She was widow of John4 Soule (Jr.), of Middleborough, per Roser, Susan E., Mayflower Marriages From the Files of George Ernest Bowman At the Massachusetts Society of Mayflower Descendants, Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1990, [hereinafter Roser, Mayflower Marriages], p. 267. Identification of the parents of Susanna Wood from the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 3 Dec. 2003 by Perley Fernandes.

    [43] Middleborough VRs, Vol. 2, pp. 102, 143. He was called “of Middleborough” in the marriage record and intentions, but no children were found born to them in Middleborough.

    [44] Middleborough VRs, Vol. 1, p. 142.

    [45] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree files submitted on 22 Oct. 2003 by Kenneth L. Shaw III, and on 3 Dec. 2003 by Perley Fernandes; Roser, Mayflower Marriages, p. 225.

    [46] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 22 Oct. 2003 by Kenneth L. Shaw III.

    [47] Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790: Vermont, [actually taken in 1791], Bountiful, UT, 1993, p. 62, Pomfret town, Windsor County, the Daniel King household had 1 free white male aged 16 or older, 1 free white male under 16, and 3 free white females.

    [48] Heads of Families at the Second Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1800: Vermont, reprint, Clearfield Co., Baltimore, MD, 2000, p. 163, Hartford town, Windsor Co., the Daniel King household had 5 males under 10, 1 male aged 10-15 years, 1 male aged 26-44 years, 2 females aged 10-16 years, and 1 female aged 26-44 years.

    [49] 1810 Federal Census, Hartford, Windsor Co., VT, p. 502, the Daniel King household had 2 males under 10, 2 males aged 10-15 years, 1 male aged 45 or over, 1 female under 10, and 1 female aged 45 or over.

    [50] 1820 Federal Census, Hartford, Windsor Co., VT, p. 166, the Daniel King household had 2 males aged 10-15 years, 1 male aged 45 or over, 1 female aged 16-25 years, 1 female aged 45 or over, and had 1 person engaged in agriculture.

    [51] 1830 Federal Census, Hartford, Windsor Co., VT, p. 227, the Daniel King household had 1 male under 5, 1 male aged 5-9 years, 1 male aged 10-14 years, 2 males aged 20-29 years, 1 male aged 40-49 years, 1 male aged 80-89 years, and 1 female aged 20-29 years.

    [52] All from the I.G.I. Birth Records, taken from LDS temple records, FHL microfilm #1239641, which gives their place of birth as “Pomfret, Norfolk Co., MA,” however there is no “Pomfret” in Massachusetts, and Norfolk County was not in existence until 1793. There were no Daniel Kings in the federal censuses indexes for Massachusetts in Norfolk County for the years 1800 through 1830. A Daniel E. King was living in Roxbury, MA, in the 1840 and 1850 censuses, but this was not the husband of Susanna Wood. There was a Daniel King living in Pomfret, Windsor Co., VT, in the 1791 Federal Census, and he was living in Hartford, Windsor Co., VT, in the 1800 Federal Census, which I believe was this man.

    [53] 1810 Federal Census, Hartford, Windsor Co., VT, p. 498, the Daniel King Jr. household had 1 male under 10, 1 male aged 10-15 years, 1 male aged 16-25 years, 1 female under 10, and 1 female aged 16-25 years.

    [54] Article in Spooners’ Journal, a newspaper published by Alden Spooner in Windsor Co., VT, dated 15 Mar. 1823.

    [55] As suggested by the 1791 and 1800 federal censuses.

    [56] Bridgewater VRs, Vol. 1, p. 194.

    [57] Bridgewater VRs, Vol. 2, p. 220, marriage intentions recorded on 25 Dec. 1784 in Bridgewater.

    [58] Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790: Massachusetts, Bountiful, Utah, 1993, p. 57, Taunton Town, Bristol County, there were two Edward Richmond families living in Taunton, this one likely the Edward Richmond with 1 free white male aged 16 or older, 1 free white male under 16, and 1 free white female.

    [59] His birth date per the FHL Ancestral File, submitted by Craig C. Mortensen, of Sandy, UT, but his birth was not recorded in the vital records of Bridgewater.

    [60] Per the FHL Ancestral File, submitted by Craig C. Mortensen, of Sandy, UT.

    [61] Heads of Families at the Second Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1800: Vermont, Vermont Historical Society, Montpelier, 1938, reprint, Clearfield Co., 2000, p. 182, Woodstock town, Windsor Co., the Jabez King Jr. household had 3 males under 10, 1 male aged 26-44 years, 2 females under 10, 1 female aged 16-25 years, and 1 female aged 26-44 years.

    [62] 1810 Federal Census, Woodstock, Windsor Co., VT, p. 573, the Jabez King household had 1 male under 10, 2 males aged 16-25 years, 2 males aged 45 or over, 1 female under 10, 2 females aged 10-15 years, 1 female aged 16-25 years, 1 female aged 26-44 years, and 1 female aged 45 or over.

    [63] 1820 Federal Census, Woodstock, Windsor Co., VT, p. 161, the Jabez King household had 1 male aged 16-18 years, 1 male aged 16-25 years, 1 male aged 26-44 years, 1 male aged 45 or over, 1 female under 10, 1 female aged 10-15 years, 1 female aged 16-25 years, 1 female aged 45 or over, and had 3 people engaged in agriculture.

    [64] 1830 Federal Census, Woodstock, Windsor Co., VT, p. 71, the Jabez King household had 1 male aged 10-15 years, 1 male aged 20-29 years, 1 male aged 30-39 years, 1 male aged 60-69 years, 1 female aged 15-19 years, 2 females aged 20-29 years, and 1 female aged 60-69 years.

    [65] Per the FHL Ancestral File, submitted by Craig C. Mortensen, of Sandy, UT.

    [66] All from the FHL Ancestral File, submitted by Craig C. Mortensen, of Sandy, UT.

    [67] 1850 Federal Census, Benson, Rutland Co., VT, p. 149, dwelling #124, family #131:

        Horace King, 57, male, farmer, $6000, born VT

        Eunice King, 55, female, born VT

        Horace E. King, 33, male, farmer, born VT

        Maria E. King, 30, female, born VT

        Royal D. King, 26, male, student, born VT

        Charles D. King, 3, male, born VT

    [68] All per the FHL Ancestral File submitted by Craig C. Mortensen, of Sandy, UT.

    [69] 1850 Federal Census, Woodstock, Windsor Co., VT, p. 67, dwelling #234, family #234:

        James U. King, 46, male, farmer, $3400, born VT

        Rosanna D. King, 34, female, born VT

        Ada R. King, 5, female, born VT

        Hiram King, 2, male, born VT

        James M. King, 19, male, farmer, born VT

        Elizabeth Chandler, 16, female, born VT

        Orville E. Atwood, 10, male, born VT

    [70] Her parents per an email letter of Marcia Grimes, taken from Bradbury’s History of Kennebunkport.

    [71] Estimated from the approximate marriage year of 1746.

    [72] He was called “mariner” in the probate records of his son, David Washburn, dated in York Co., ME, on 10 Oct. 1769.

    [73] Her name per Lee J. Streepey.

    [74] Lazell, Theodore Studley, John Lazell of Hingham and Some of His Descendants, 1936, p. 10-11.

    [75] The will of Jeremiah Miller, dated 19 Mar. 1796, named a daugh­ter, Molly Washburn.

    [76] Calculated from her age in the 1850 federal census.

    [77] Per email letter of Lee J. Streepey.

    [78] Per Lee J. Streepey.

    [79] Calculated from her age in the 1850 federal census.

    [80] His parents per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 4 Dec. 2002 by Jean L. Hutchins.

    [81] Marriage date from the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 21 Nov. 2002 by Barbara Lenker, and the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 4 Dec. 2002 by Jean L. Hutchins.

    [82] He was aged 26-44 years in the 1800 census.

    [83] 1800 Federal Census, Wells, York Co., ME, p. 989, the Thomas Washborne household had 1 male aged 26-44 years, 2 females under 10, 2 females aged 10-15 years, and 1 female aged 26-44 years.

    [84] The Thomas Washburn household in Portland, ME, in the 1810 federal census appears to have been a much younger man, with 3 children under the age of 10.