FIRST GENERATION

1. Thomas DINSMORE.

Thomas DINSMORE had the following children:

+2 i. Capt. Abel DINSMORE.

 

 

SECOND GENERATION

2. Capt. Abel DINSMORE was born on 27 Sep 1736 in Bedford, Middlesex, Massachusetts.1 He died in 1803 in Conway, Franklin, Massachusetts.2 History of Conway, Massachusetts, 1767 - 1917, Rev. Charles Stanley Pease, editor, Springfield Printing and Binding Co., Springfield, Mass., 1917. p. 285.

He was in the Revolutionary war as Captain.

He was married to Esther.3 Esther died on 25 Dec 1831.4 Capt. Abel DINSMORE and Esther had the following children:

3 i. Thomas DINSMORE was born on 18 Mar 1757.5 He died on 2 Jan 1798.6

+4 ii. Ruth DINSMORE.

5 iii. Eri DINSMORE was born on 12 Mar 1761.7

+6 iv. Muriel DINSMORE.

+7 v. Zimri DINSMORE.

+8 vi. Serene DINSMORE.

9 vii. Abel DINSMORE was born on 19 Feb 1771.8

10 viii. Asa DINSMORE was born on 28 Jul 1772.9

+11 ix. John DINSMORE.

+12 x. Samuel DINSMORE.

+13 xi. William DINSMORE.

 

 

THIRD GENERATION

4. Ruth DINSMORE was born on 10 Oct 1758.10,11,12,13 She died on 12 Mar 1813 in Montague, Franklin, Massachusetts.14,15 She was buried in Old South Cemetery, Montague, Franklin, Massachusetts.16,17 Vital Records of Conway, Massachusetts to the Year 1850, published by the New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, Mass. 1943. p. 170

of Conway, Mass.

She was married to Medad MONTAGUE (son of Daniel MONTAGUE and Lydia SMITH) in 1779 in , Franklin, Massachusetts.18,19 Medad MONTAGUE was born on 4 May 1755 in Sunderland, Franklin, Massachusetts.20,21 He Int. Marriage on 29 Nov 1779 in Conway, Franklin, Massachusetts.22 He Int. Marriage on 23 Apr 1814 in Montague, Franklin, Massachusetts.23 He Int. Marriage on 7 Nov 1824 in Montague, Franklin, Massachusetts.24 He died on 2 Oct 1837 in Montague, Franklin, Massachusetts.25,26 He was buried in Old South Cemetery, Montague, Franklin, Massachusetts.27 Vital Records of Conway, Massachusetts to the Year 1850, published by the New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, Mass. 1943. p. 170

of Conway, Mass.

Vital Records of Montague, Massachusetts To The End of The Year 1849. Published by the Essex Institute Salem Mass. 1934. p. 55

of Montague, Mass.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Volume 155, p. 188.

Medad was a member of the State Legislature and also served as private in the Massachusett's troop under Capt. Reuben Dickinson and Col. Ruggles Woodgridge.

History of The Town of Sunderland, Massachusetts, by John Montague Smith, prepared by Henry W. Taft & Abbie T. Montague. Press of E. A. Hall & Co., Greenfield, Mass., 1899. p. 456.

Lived in Montague near the Leverett line, where he died. He was a soldier in the Revolution; Rep. in legislature.

Ruth DINSMORE and Medad MONTAGUE had the following children:

+14 i. Huldah MONTAGUE.

+15 ii. Esther MONTAGUE.

+16 iii. Samuel MONTAGUE.

+17 iv. Rufus MONTAGUE.

+18 v. Zebina MONTAGUE.

19 vi. Zebrina MONTAGUE died on 14 Aug 1819 in Montague, Franklin, Massachusetts.28

+20 vii. Tryphena MONTAGUE.

+21 viii. Tryphosa MONTAGUE.

22 ix. Medad MONTAGUE was born on 3 Aug 1794 in Montague, Franklin, Massachusetts.29,30,31 He died on 22 Mar 1817 in Montague, Franklin, Massachusetts.32,33 Consumption He was buried in Old South Cemetery, Montague, Franklin, Massachusetts.34

+23 x. Noahdiah MONTAGUE.

6. Muriel DINSMORE was born on 19 Dec 1762.35

She was married to Phineas RICE on 16 Jan 1784.36

7. Zimri DINSMORE was born on 3 Feb 1764.37

He was married to Abigail.38

8. Serene DINSMORE was born on 9 Feb 1767.39

She was married to Daniel MAYNARD on 26 Mar 1787.40

11. John DINSMORE was born on 12 Sep 1774.41 He died on 11 Dec 1851 in Conway, Franklin, Massachusetts.42

He was married to Mary GATES on 3 Mar 1795.43 Mary GATES died on 1 Mar 1848 in Conway, Franklin, Massachusetts.44 John DINSMORE and Mary GATES had the following children:

+24 i. Moses DINSMORE.

+25 ii. Thomas DINSMORE.

+26 iii. Louisa DINSMORE.

+27 iv. Clara DINSMORE.

+28 v. Rufus DINSMORE.

+29 vi. Ruth DINSMORE.

+30 vii. Alvin DINSMORE.

+31 viii. Lydia DINSMORE.

+32 ix. Mary DINSMORE.

+33 x. Sally DINSMORE.

12. Samuel DINSMORE was born on 26 Aug 1776.45

He was married to Calista MAY.46 Samuel DINSMORE and Calista MAY had the following children:

34 i. Charles D. DINSMORE was born on 6 May 1836 in Conway, Franklin, Massachusetts.47 He died on 25 Feb 1855.48

+35 ii. Eliza Ann DINSMORE.

36 iii. William DINSMORE was born on 16 Apr 1839 in Conway, Franklin, Massachusetts.49

37 iv. George Wayland DINSMORE was born on 25 Dec 1842 in Conway, Franklin, Massachusetts.50

38 v. Ellen DINSMORE was born on 9 Jul 1844 in Conway, Franklin, Massachusetts.51

39 vi. Carlos DINSMORE was born in 1849 in Conway, Franklin, Massachusetts.52 He died on 17 Aug 1859 in Conway, Franklin, Massachusetts.53

He was married to Anna.54

13. William DINSMORE was born on 30 May 1780.55

He was married to Submit AVERY.56

 

 

FOURTH GENERATION

14. Huldah MONTAGUE was born on 20 Jan 1780 in Montague, Franklin, Massachusetts.57,58 She died on 25 Jan 1848 in Montague, Franklin, Massachusetts.59,60 Vital Records of Montague, Massachusetts To The End of The Year 1849. Published by the Essex Institute Salem Mass. 1934. p 95.

of Montague, Mass.

She was married to Charles ROSS (son of John ROSS and Elizabeth WILDER) in 1806 in , Franklin, Massachusetts. Charles ROSS was born on 7 Jun 1779 in Wendell, Franklin, Massachusetts.61 He Int. Marriage on 7 Jul 1806 in Montague, Franklin, Massachusetts.62 He died in 1863.63 Vital Records of Montague, Massachusetts To The End of The Year 1849. Published by the Essex Institute Salem Mass. 1934. p 95.

of Wendell, Mass. Huldah MONTAGUE and Charles ROSS had the following children:

+40 i. Liyda Montague ROSS.

+41 ii. John Wilder ROSS.

15. Esther MONTAGUE was born on 5 Dec 1781 in Montague, Franklin, Massachusetts.64 She died on 28 Feb 1819 in Montague, Franklin, Massachusetts.65,66 Vital Records of Montague, Massachusetts To The End of The Year 1849. Published by the Essex Institute Salem Mass. 1934. p 95.

of Montague, Mass.

She was married to Edward NEWTON in 1802. Edward NEWTON was born on 16 Jan 1779 in Southboro, Worcester, Massachusetts.67 He Int. Marriage on 17 Oct 1802 in Montague, Franklin, Massachusetts.68 He died in 1869 in Brookfield, Orange, Vermont.69 Vital Records of Montague, Massachusetts To The End of The Year 1849. Published by the Essex Institute Salem Mass. 1934. p 95.

of Leverett, Mass.

16. Samuel MONTAGUE was born on 19 Aug 1783 in Montague, Franklin, Massachusetts.70,71 He Int. Marriage in Nov 1804 in Montague, Franklin, Massachusetts.72 He Int. Marriage on 27 Feb 1836 in Conway, Franklin, Massachusetts.73 He died on 24 May 1871 in Manchester, Adams, Ohio.74 Vital Records of Conway, Massachusetts to the Year 1850, published by the New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, Mass. 1943. p. 170.

of Conway, Mass.

He was married to Catherine (Katy) JONES (daughter of Samuel JONES) in 1804. Catherine (Katy) JONES was born on 16 Dec 1783.75 She died on 15 Nov 1834 in Conway, Franklin, Massachusetts.76 Vital Records of Montague, Massachusetts To The End of The Year 1849. Published by the Essex Institute Salem Mass. 1934. p. 86.

of Leverett, Mass. Samuel MONTAGUE and Catherine (Katy) JONES had the following children:

+42 i. Mary MONTAGUE.

He was married to Malah STEBBINS in 1836 in Conway, Franklin, Massachusetts.77,78 Malah STEBBINS was born in 1783.79 She died on 14 Feb 1845 in Montague Island, Middlesex, Virginia.80 She was buried in Chestnut Hill Cemetery, Montague, Franklin, Massachusetts.81 Vital Records of Conway, Massachusetts to the Year 1850, published by the New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, Mass. 1943. p. 170

of Conway, Mass.

17. Rufus MONTAGUE was born on 10 Nov 1785 in Montague, Franklin, Massachusetts.82,83

He was married to Nancy FISHER in 1813.84 Nancy FISHER died on 1 Mar 1829.85 History of The Town of Sunderland, Massachusetts, by John Montague Smith, prepared by Henry W. Taft & Abbie T. Montague. Press of E. A. Hall & Co., Greenfield, Mass., 1899. p. 456.

of Middlesex, Vt.

He was married to Mandana C. KELTON.86 Mandana C. KELTON died on 20 Oct 1846.87 History of The Town of Sunderland, Massachusetts, by John Montague Smith, prepared by Henry W. Taft & Abbie T. Montague. Press of E. A. Hall & Co., Greenfield, Mass., 1899. p. 456.

of Montpelier, Vt.

Eunice died on 31 Aug 1865 in Middlesex, Washington, Vermont.88

18. Zebina MONTAGUE was born on 14 Aug 1787 in Montague, Franklin, Massachusetts.89 He died on 14 Aug 1819 in Grafton, Windham, Vermont.90 History of The Town of Sunderland, Massachusetts, by John Montague Smith, prepared by Henry W. Taft & Abbie T. Montague. Press of E. A. Hall & Co., Greenfield, Mass., 1899. p. 456.

Was a blacksmith.

He was married to Catharine DAVIS (daughter of Lemuel DAVIS).91

20. Tryphena MONTAGUE was born on 14 Apr 1790 in Montague, Franklin, Massachusetts.92 She died on 29 Jan 1835 in Montague, Franklin, Massachusetts.93,94

She was married to Chapin THAYER in 1813 in Montague, Franklin, Massachusetts.95 Chapin THAYER died in Chesterfield.96 Vital Records of Montague, Massachusetts To The End of The Year 1849. Published by the Essex Institute Salem Mass. 1934. p 95.

of Leverett, Mass.

21. Tryphosa MONTAGUE was born on 28 May 1792 in Montague, Franklin, Massachusetts.97,98 She died on 15 Jul 1817 in Montague, Franklin, Massachusetts.99,100 Vital Records of Montague, Massachusetts To The End of The Year 1849. Published by the Essex Institute Salem Mass. 1934. p 96.

of Montague, Mass.

She was married to James MOORE in 1816. James MOORE Int. Marriage on 2 Mar 1816 in Montague, Franklin, Massachusetts.101 He died on 2 Mar 1819 in Leverett, Franklin, Massachusetts.102 Vital Records of Montague, Massachusetts To The End of The Year 1849. Published by the Essex Institute Salem Mass. 1934. p 96.

of Leverett, Mass.

History of The Town of Sunderland, Massachusetts, by John Montague Smith, prepared by Henry W. Taft & Abbie T. Montague. Press of E. A. Hall & Co., Greenfield, Mass., 1899. p. 456.

of Leverett, Mass. They lived in New Salem.

23. Noahdiah MONTAGUE was born on 1 Aug 1796 in Montague, Franklin, Massachusetts.103,104,105 He Int. Marriage on 26 Apr 1818 in Montague, Franklin, Massachusetts.106 He died on 11 Dec 1857 in Montague, Franklin, Massachusetts.107,108 He was buried in Old South Cemetery, Montague, Franklin, Massachusetts.109 History of The Town of Sunderland, Massachusetts, by John Montague Smith, prepared by Henry W. Taft & Abbie T. Montague. Press of E. A. Hall & Co., Greenfield, Mass., 1899. p. 456.

settled in Northfield, Mass.

He was married to Nalley (Polly) Locke JONES on 10 May 1818.110,111 Nalley (Polly) Locke JONES was born on 8 Sep 1799 in Wendell, Franklin, Massachusetts.112,113 She died on 21 Nov 1830 in Montague, Franklin, Massachusetts.114,115 She was buried in Old South Cemetery, Montague, Franklin, Massachusetts.116 Vital Records of Montague, Massachusetts To The End of The Year 1849. Published by the Essex Institute Salem Mass. 1934. p 95.

of Swanzey Noahdiah MONTAGUE and Nalley (Polly) Locke JONES had the following children:

+43 i. Harriet L. MONTAGUE.

44 ii. Lydia J. MONTAGUE was born on 11 Dec 1825 in Montague, Franklin, Massachusetts.117

He was married to Lucretia WARD on 7 Nov 1832.118,119 Lucretia WARD was born on 18 Jan 1804 in Montague, Franklin, Massachusetts.120,121 She died on 30 Sep 1886 in Montague, Franklin, Massachusetts.122 Noahdiah MONTAGUE and Lucretia WARD had the following children:

45 i. Mary Jones MONTAGUE was born on 5 May 1839 in Montague, Franklin, Massachusetts.123 She died on 5 May 1839 in Montague, Franklin, Massachusetts.124,125 She was buried in Old South Cemetery, Montague, Franklin, Massachusetts.126

46 ii. Hellen M. MONTAGUE was born on 25 Aug 1843 in Montague, Franklin, Massachusetts.127

47 iii. Mary Jones MONTAGUE was born on 1 Jul 1840 in Montague, Franklin, Massachusetts.128,129 She died on 3 Oct 1842 in Montague, Franklin, Massachusetts.130,131 She was buried in Old South Cemetery, Montague, Franklin, Massachusetts.132

24. Moses DINSMORE was born on 18 Jul 1796 in Conway, Franklin, Massachusetts.133

He was married to SANDERSON.134

25. Thomas DINSMORE was born on 24 Mar 1798 in Conway, Franklin, Massachusetts.135

He was married to Sally WAITE.136

26. Louisa DINSMORE was born on 5 Jul 1800 in Conway, Franklin, Massachusetts.137

She was married to STEBBINS.138

27. Clara DINSMORE was born on 28 May 1802 in Conway, Franklin, Massachusetts.139

She was married to Horatio LEE.140

28. Rufus DINSMORE was born on 17 Jun 1804 in Conway, Franklin, Massachusetts.141

He was married to Louisa STEBBINS.142

29. Ruth DINSMORE was born on 12 Sep 1806 in Conway, Franklin, Massachusetts.143

She was married to Nehemiah LEONARD.144

30. Alvin DINSMORE was born on 28 Nov 1808 in Conway, Franklin, Massachusetts.145 He died on 4 Aug 1873 in Conway, Franklin, Massachusetts.146

He was married to Lucinda WELLS (daughter of Zeeb WELLS and Lucinda NEWHALL) on 24 Dec 1857.147 Lucinda WELLS was born on 22 Oct 1815 in Conway, Franklin, Massachusetts.148

He was married to Maria BROWN (daughter of Isaiah BROWN and Demmis BILLINGS) on 24 Dec 1857.149,150 Maria BROWN died on 28 Oct 1865 in Conway, Franklin, Massachusetts.151 She was born in Conway, Franklin, Massachusetts.152 Alvin DINSMORE and Maria BROWN had the following children:

+48 i. Lucy M. DINSMORE.

+49 ii. Eliza J. DINSMORE.

+50 iii. Rufus F. DINSMORE.

+51 iv. Charles Wells DINSMORE.

He was married to Lydia SHAW on 15 Nov 1866.153 Lydia SHAW was born on 24 May 1810.154 She died on 6 Apr 1898.155

31. Lydia DINSMORE was born on 21 Nov 1810 in Conway, Franklin, Massachusetts.156

She was married to Sylvester CHEESBORO.157

32. Mary DINSMORE was born on 26 Sep 1813 in Conway, Franklin, Massachusetts.158 She died on 4 Jun 1881 in Conway, Franklin, Massachusetts.159

She was married to Isaiah Morris BROWN (son of Isaiah BROWN and Demmis BILLINGS).160 Isaiah Morris BROWN was born on 28 May 1810 in Conway, Franklin, Massachusetts.161 He died in 1889 in Conway, Franklin, Massachusetts.162 Mary DINSMORE and Isaiah Morris BROWN had the following children:

+52 i. Addison BROWN.

+53 ii. Mary Ann BROWN.

+54 iii. Emory BROWN.

+55 iv. Myron BROWN.

33. Sally DINSMORE was born on 11 Mar 1816 in Conway, Franklin, Massachusetts.163

She was married to Stevina RICE.164

35. Eliza Ann DINSMORE was born on 6 Apr 1837 in Conway, Franklin, Massachusetts.165

She was married to Otis W. LAWRENCE on 23 Mar 1859.166

 

 

FIFTH GENERATION

40. Liyda Montague ROSS was born on 8 Jan 1810 in Wendell, Franklin, Massachusetts.167 She died on 30 May 1842 in Montague, Franklin, Massachusetts.168 She was buried in Montague Town Cemetery, Montague, Franklin, Massachusetts.169 Certificates of marriages published from under the hands of Town Clerk of Wendell, MA, 25 Apr 1787 to 15 September 1890.

of Wendell, Mass.

She was married to Jonathan ROSS in 1837.170 Jonathan ROSS Int. Marriage on 25 Mar 1837 in Wendell, Franklin, Massachusetts.171 Certificates of marriages published from under the hands of Town Clerk of Wendell, MA, 25 Apr 1787 to 15 September 1890.

of Wendell, Mass.

41. John Wilder ROSS was born on 3 Oct 1814 in Wendell, Franklin, Massachusetts.172 He Int. Marriage on 23 Oct 1841 in Wendell, Franklin, Massachusetts.173 Certificates of marriages published from under the hands of Town Clerk of Wendell, MA, 25 Apr 1787 to 15 September 1890.

of Wendell, Mass.

He was married to Sarah N. PATRIDGE in 1841.

42. Mary MONTAGUE was born in 1816.174 She died on 28 Sep 1838 in Montague, Franklin, Massachusetts.175,176 She was buried in Old South Cemetery, Montague, Franklin, Massachusetts.177

She was married to Leads BROWN.178

43. Harriet L. MONTAGUE was born on 11 Nov 1818 in Montague, Franklin, Massachusetts.179,180 She died in 1904.181 Vital Records of Montague, Massachusetts To The End of The Year 1849. Published by the Essex Institute Salem Mass. 1934. p. 70

of Montague, Mass.

She was married to Isaac DUDLEY on 29 Jun 1841 in Montague, Franklin, Massachusetts.182,183 Isaac DUDLEY was born in 1815.184 He died in 1875.185 Vital Records of Montague, Massachusetts To The End of The Year 1849. Published by the Essex Institute Salem Mass. 1934. p. 70

of Leverett, Mass. Harriet L. MONTAGUE and Isaac DUDLEY had the following children:

+56 i. Vesta L. DUDLEY.

48. Lucy M. DINSMORE was born on 17 Aug 1836 in Conway, Franklin, Massachusetts.186

She was married to Daniel G. RICE on 16 Mar 1859.187

49. Eliza J. DINSMORE was born on 21 Aug 1839 in Conway, Franklin, Massachusetts.188

She was married to Joseph SEVERENCE on 21 Nov 1861.189

50. Rufus F. DINSMORE was born on 17 Aug 1848 in Conway, Franklin, Massachusetts.190

He was married to Hattie E. VINING.191

He was married to Anna MORGAN (daughter of Obed MORGAN and Clarissa S. PURPLE) on 3 Nov 1874 in Shelburne, Franklin, Massachusetts.192 Anna MORGAN was born in 1851.193

51. Charles Wells DINSMORE was born on 20 Apr 1849 in Conway, Franklin, Massachusetts.194

He was married to Jennie May NEWCOMB.195

52. Addison BROWN was born on 15 Apr 1834 in Conway, Franklin, Massachusetts.196 He died on 4 Aug 1915.197

He was married to Esther STEBBINS.198 Addison BROWN and Esther STEBBINS had the following children:

57 i. Charles A. BROWN was born in May 1857 in Conway, Franklin, Massachusetts.199 He died on 10 Dec 1863 in Conway, Franklin, Massachusetts.200

58 ii. George E. BROWN was born on 6 Jan 1860 in Conway, Franklin, Massachusetts.201

59 iii. Lottie A. BROWN was born in Mar 1861 in Conway, Franklin, Massachusetts.202 She died on 13 Sep 1875 in Conway, Franklin, Massachusetts.203

60 iv. Mary D. BROWN was born on 30 Mar 1864 in Conway, Franklin, Massachusetts.204 She died on 22 Sep 1875 in Conway, Franklin, Massachusetts.205

+61 v. Nellie Maria BROWN.

62 vi. Emma Sophia BROWN was born on 15 Jun 1875 in Conway, Franklin, Massachusetts.206 She died on 26 Sep 1875 in Conway, Franklin, Massachusetts.207

+63 vii. Ernest Winfred BROWN.

+64 viii. Frank Hall BROWN.

53. Mary Ann BROWN was born on 25 Jan 1840 in Conway, Franklin, Massachusetts.208

She was married to C. C. FLAGG.209

54. Emory BROWN was born on 13 Jan 1844 in Conway, Franklin, Massachusetts.210

He was married to Lottie Sanderson FIELD on 12 Mar 1873.211 Lottie Sanderson FIELD died on 16 May 1893 in Conway, Franklin, Massachusetts.212 Emory BROWN and Lottie Sanderson FIELD had the following children:

65 i. Ada Sophia BROWN was born on 30 Sep 1878 in Conway, Franklin, Massachusetts.213 She died on 18 Aug 1895.214

He was married to Hattie WRIGHT.215

55. Myron BROWN was born on 20 Aug 1847 in Conway, Franklin, Massachusetts.216

He was married to Mary J. MALCOLM on 11 May 1869.217

 

 

SIXTH GENERATION

56. Vesta L. DUDLEY was born in 1856.218

She was married to Clarence S. GOODNOW in 1878.219 Clarence S. GOODNOW was born in 1855.220 He died in 1896.221 Vesta L. DUDLEY and Clarence S. GOODNOW had the following children:

66 i. Alice Vesta GOODNOW was born in New Salem, Franklin, Massachusetts.222 The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Volume 155, p. 188.

DAR ID Number: 154592.

61. Nellie Maria BROWN was born on 27 Sep 1871 in Conway, Franklin, Massachusetts.223

She was married to George GRIGGS.224

63. Ernest Winfred BROWN was born on 13 Oct 1877 in Conway, Franklin, Massachusetts.225

He was married to Esther NEY on 7 Oct 1914.226

64. Frank Hall BROWN was born on 22 Sep 1880 in Conway, Franklin, Massachusetts.227

He was married to Lura CRAFTS.228

 

Prepared by:

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SOURCES

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2. Ibid. p. 286 - Year & location.

3. Ibid. p. 286 - Given name of wife.

4. Ibid. p. 286 - Date.

5. Ibid. p. 285 - Date.

6. Ibid. p. 285 - Date.

7. Ibid. p. 285 - Date.

8. Ibid. p. 285 - Date.

9. Ibid. p. 285 - Date.

10. Old South Cemetery, Montague, Mass. This cemetery is about one-half mile south of the Village of Montague Center and about one-quarter mile west of State Highway No. 63. It is the oldest cemetery in the town and contains the graves of many of the earliest settlers. It is kept in fairly good condition by the town. Several of the lots are endowed with Perpetual care funds. The layout is vary irregular, and it is parctically impossible to tell where the lot lines (if there were such) were located. Montague, Franklin County, Massachusetts, Cemetary Records, Compiled by National Society, D.A.R. LDS FHC Micro-Fiche #6105188, pages 10 - 40. p. 28 - Year.

11. Vital Records of Montague, Massachusetts To The End of The Year 1849. Published by the Essex Institute Salem Mass. 1934. p. 33 - Date.

12. History of The Town of Sunderland, Massachusetts (which originally embraced within its limits the present Towns of Montague & Leverett), by John Montague Smith, prepared by Henry W. Taft & Abbie T. Montague. Press of E. A. Hall & Co., Greenfield, Mass., 1899. p. 456 - Date.

13. History of Conway, Massachusetts, 1767 - 1917, Rev. Charles Stanley Pease, editor, Springfield Printing and Binding Co., Springfield, Mass., 1917. p. 286 - Date.

14. Old South Cemetery, Montague, Mass. This cemetery is about one-half mile south of the Village of Montague Center and about one-quarter mile west of State Highway No. 63. It is the oldest cemetery in the town and contains the graves of many of the earliest settlers. It is kept in fairly good condition by the town. Several of the lots are endowed with Perpetual care funds. The layout is vary irregular, and it is parctically impossible to tell where the lot lines (if there were such) were located. Montague, Franklin County, Massachusetts, Cemetary Records, Compiled by National Society, D.A.R. LDS FHC Micro-Fiche #6105188, pages 10 - 40. p. 28 - Date.

15. History of The Town of Sunderland, Massachusetts (which originally embraced within its limits the present Towns of Montague & Leverett), by John Montague Smith, prepared by Henry W. Taft & Abbie T. Montague. Press of E. A. Hall & Co., Greenfield, Mass., 1899. p. 456 - Date.

16. Old South Cemetery, Montague, Mass. This cemetery is about one-half mile south of the Village of Montague Center and about one-quarter mile west of State Highway No. 63. It is the oldest cemetery in the town and contains the graves of many of the earliest settlers. It is kept in fairly good condition by the town. Several of the lots are endowed with Perpetual care funds. The layout is vary irregular, and it is parctically impossible to tell where the lot lines (if there were such) were located. Montague, Franklin County, Massachusetts, Cemetary Records, Compiled by National Society, D.A.R. LDS FHC Micro-Fiche #6105188, pages 10 - 40. p. 28 - Location.

17. Vital Records of Montague, Massachusetts To The End of The Year 1849. Published by the Essex Institute Salem Mass. 1934. p. 143 - Location.

18. Old South Cemetery, Montague, Mass. This cemetery is about one-half mile south of the Village of Montague Center and about one-quarter mile west of State Highway No. 63. It is the oldest cemetery in the town and contains the graves of many of the earliest settlers. It is kept in fairly good condition by the town. Several of the lots are endowed with Perpetual care funds. The layout is vary irregular, and it is parctically impossible to tell where the lot lines (if there were such) were located. Montague, Franklin County, Massachusetts, Cemetary Records, Compiled by National Society, D.A.R. LDS FHC Micro-Fiche #6105188, pages 10 - 40. p. 28 - Name of wife.

19. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution. Volume, 155, p. 188 - Name of 1st wife.

20. Old South Cemetery, Montague, Mass. This cemetery is about one-half mile south of the Village of Montague Center and about one-quarter mile west of State Highway No. 63. It is the oldest cemetery in the town and contains the graves of many of the earliest settlers. It is kept in fairly good condition by the town. Several of the lots are endowed with Perpetual care funds. The layout is vary irregular, and it is parctically impossible to tell where the lot lines (if there were such) were located. Montague, Franklin County, Massachusetts, Cemetary Records, Compiled by National Society, D.A.R. LDS FHC Micro-Fiche #6105188, pages 10 - 40. p. 28 - Year.

21. History of The Town of Sunderland, Massachusetts (which originally embraced within its limits the present Towns of Montague & Leverett), by John Montague Smith, prepared by Henry W. Taft & Abbie T. Montague. Press of E. A. Hall & Co., Greenfield, Mass., 1899. p. 454 - Date.

22. Vital Records of Conway, Massachusetts to the Year 1850, published by the New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, Mass. 1943. p. 170 - Date & location.

23. Vital Records of Montague, Massachusetts To The End of The Year 1849. Published by the Essex Institute Salem Mass. 1934. p. 95 - Date & location.

24. Ibid. p. 55 - Date & location.

25. Old South Cemetery, Montague, Mass. This cemetery is about one-half mile south of the Village of Montague Center and about one-quarter mile west of State Highway No. 63. It is the oldest cemetery in the town and contains the graves of many of the earliest settlers. It is kept in fairly good condition by the town. Several of the lots are endowed with Perpetual care funds. The layout is vary irregular, and it is parctically impossible to tell where the lot lines (if there were such) were located. Montague, Franklin County, Massachusetts, Cemetary Records, Compiled by National Society, D.A.R. LDS FHC Micro-Fiche #6105188, pages 10 - 40. p. 28 - Date.

26. History of The Town of Sunderland, Massachusetts (which originally embraced within its limits the present Towns of Montague & Leverett), by John Montague Smith, prepared by Henry W. Taft & Abbie T. Montague. Press of E. A. Hall & Co., Greenfield, Mass., 1899. p. 456 - Date.

27. Old South Cemetery, Montague, Mass. This cemetery is about one-half mile south of the Village of Montague Center and about one-quarter mile west of State Highway No. 63. It is the oldest cemetery in the town and contains the graves of many of the earliest settlers. It is kept in fairly good condition by the town. Several of the lots are endowed with Perpetual care funds. The layout is vary irregular, and it is parctically impossible to tell where the lot lines (if there were such) were located. Montague, Franklin County, Massachusetts, Cemetary Records, Compiled by National Society, D.A.R. LDS FHC Micro-Fiche #6105188, pages 10 - 40. p. 28 - Location.

28. Vital Records of Montague, Massachusetts To The End of The Year 1849. Published by the Essex Institute Salem Mass. 1934. p. 143 - Date & location.

29. Old South Cemetery, Montague, Mass. This cemetery is about one-half mile south of the Village of Montague Center and about one-quarter mile west of State Highway No. 63. It is the oldest cemetery in the town and contains the graves of many of the earliest settlers. It is kept in fairly good condition by the town. Several of the lots are endowed with Perpetual care funds. The layout is vary irregular, and it is parctically impossible to tell where the lot lines (if there were such) were located. Montague, Franklin County, Massachusetts, Cemetary Records, Compiled by National Society, D.A.R. LDS FHC Micro-Fiche #6105188, pages 10 - 40. p. 28 - Year.

30. Vital Records of Montague, Massachusetts To The End of The Year 1849. Published by the Essex Institute Salem Mass. 1934. p. 33 - Date & location.

31. History of The Town of Sunderland, Massachusetts (which originally embraced within its limits the present Towns of Montague & Leverett), by John Montague Smith, prepared by Henry W. Taft & Abbie T. Montague. Press of E. A. Hall & Co., Greenfield, Mass., 1899. p. 457 - Date.

32. Old South Cemetery, Montague, Mass. This cemetery is about one-half mile south of the Village of Montague Center and about one-quarter mile west of State Highway No. 63. It is the oldest cemetery in the town and contains the graves of many of the earliest settlers. It is kept in fairly good condition by the town. Several of the lots are endowed with Perpetual care funds. The layout is vary irregular, and it is parctically impossible to tell where the lot lines (if there were such) were located. Montague, Franklin County, Massachusetts, Cemetary Records, Compiled by National Society, D.A.R. LDS FHC Micro-Fiche #6105188, pages 10 - 40. p. 28 - Date.

33. History of The Town of Sunderland, Massachusetts (which originally embraced within its limits the present Towns of Montague & Leverett), by John Montague Smith, prepared by Henry W. Taft & Abbie T. Montague. Press of E. A. Hall & Co., Greenfield, Mass., 1899. p. 457 - Date.

34. Old South Cemetery, Montague, Mass. This cemetery is about one-half mile south of the Village of Montague Center and about one-quarter mile west of State Highway No. 63. It is the oldest cemetery in the town and contains the graves of many of the earliest settlers. It is kept in fairly good condition by the town. Several of the lots are endowed with Perpetual care funds. The layout is vary irregular, and it is parctically impossible to tell where the lot lines (if there were such) were located. Montague, Franklin County, Massachusetts, Cemetary Records, Compiled by National Society, D.A.R. LDS FHC Micro-Fiche #6105188, pages 10 - 40. p. 28 - Location.

35. History of Conway, Massachusetts, 1767 - 1917, Rev. Charles Stanley Pease, editor, Springfield Printing and Binding Co., Springfield, Mass., 1917. p. 285 - Date.

36. Ibid. p. 285 - Date.

37. Ibid. p. 285 - Date.

38. Ibid. p. 285 - Name.

39. Ibid. p. 285 - Date.

40. Ibid. p. 285 - Date.

41. Ibid. p. 286 - Date.

42. Ibid. p. 286 - Date.

43. Ibid. p. 286 - Date.

44. Ibid. p. 286 - Date.

45. Ibid. p. 285 - Date.

46. Ibid. p. 285 - Name of 1st wife.

47. Ibid. p. 286 - Date & location.

48. Ibid. p. 286 - Date.

49. Ibid. p. 286 - Date & location.

50. Ibid. p. 286 - Date & location.

51. Ibid. p. 286 - Date & location.

52. Ibid. p. 286 - Year & location.

53. Ibid. p. 286 - Date & location.

54. Ibid. p. 285 - Given name of 2nd wife.

55. Ibid. p. 285 - Date.

56. Ibid. p. 285 - Name of wife.

57. Vital Records of Montague, Massachusetts To The End of The Year 1849. Published by the Essex Institute Salem Mass. 1934. p. 33 - Date & location.

58. History of The Town of Sunderland, Massachusetts (which originally embraced within its limits the present Towns of Montague & Leverett), by John Montague Smith, prepared by Henry W. Taft & Abbie T. Montague. Press of E. A. Hall & Co., Greenfield, Mass., 1899. p. 456 - Date.

59. Vital Records of Montague, Massachusetts To The End of The Year 1849. Published by the Essex Institute Salem Mass. 1934. p. 142 - Date & location.

60. History of The Town of Sunderland, Massachusetts (which originally embraced within its limits the present Towns of Montague & Leverett), by John Montague Smith, prepared by Henry W. Taft & Abbie T. Montague. Press of E. A. Hall & Co., Greenfield, Mass., 1899. p. 456 - Date.

61. Vital Records of Wendell, Mass - Births. Copied by Dr. Wetherbee of New Salem, Mass. 16 November 1968. p. 2 - Date & location.

62. Vital Records of Montague, Massachusetts To The End of The Year 1849. Published by the Essex Institute Salem Mass. 1934. p. 95 - Date & location.

63. History of The Town of Sunderland, Massachusetts (which originally embraced within its limits the present Towns of Montague & Leverett), by John Montague Smith, prepared by Henry W. Taft & Abbie T. Montague. Press of E. A. Hall & Co., Greenfield, Mass., 1899. p. 456 - Year.

64. Vital Records of Montague, Massachusetts To The End of The Year 1849. Published by the Essex Institute Salem Mass. 1934. p. 33 - Date & location.

65. Ibid. p. 142 - Date & location.

66. History of The Town of Sunderland, Massachusetts (which originally embraced within its limits the present Towns of Montague & Leverett), by John Montague Smith, prepared by Henry W. Taft & Abbie T. Montague. Press of E. A. Hall & Co., Greenfield, Mass., 1899. p. 456 - Date - Location listed as Sunderland, Mass.

67. Ibid. p. 456 - Date & location.

68. Vital Records of Montague, Massachusetts To The End of The Year 1849. Published by the Essex Institute Salem Mass. 1934. p. 95 - Date & location.

69. History of The Town of Sunderland, Massachusetts (which originally embraced within its limits the present Towns of Montague & Leverett), by John Montague Smith, prepared by Henry W. Taft & Abbie T. Montague. Press of E. A. Hall & Co., Greenfield, Mass., 1899. p. 456 - Year & location.

70. Vital Records of Montague, Massachusetts To The End of The Year 1849. Published by the Essex Institute Salem Mass. 1934. p. 33 - Date & location.

71. History of The Town of Sunderland, Massachusetts (which originally embraced within its limits the present Towns of Montague & Leverett), by John Montague Smith, prepared by Henry W. Taft & Abbie T. Montague. Press of E. A. Hall & Co., Greenfield, Mass., 1899. p. 456 - Date.

72. Vital Records of Montague, Massachusetts To The End of The Year 1849. Published by the Essex Institute Salem Mass. 1934. p. 86 - Date & location.

73. Vital Records of Conway, Massachusetts to the Year 1850, published by the New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, Mass. 1943. p. 170 - Date & location.

74. History of The Town of Sunderland, Massachusetts (which originally embraced within its limits the present Towns of Montague & Leverett), by John Montague Smith, prepared by Henry W. Taft & Abbie T. Montague. Press of E. A. Hall & Co., Greenfield, Mass., 1899. p. 456 - Date & location.

75. Ibid. p. 456 - Date.

76. Ibid. p. 456 - Date & location.

77. Vital Records of Montague, Massachusetts To The End of The Year 1849. Published by the Essex Institute Salem Mass. 1934. p. 142 - Name of husband.

78. IGI - Version 1.01 - 1998 Ordinace Index. Date & location.

79. Vital Records of Montague, Massachusetts To The End of The Year 1849. Published by the Essex Institute Salem Mass. 1934. p. 142 - Year.

80. Ibid. p. 142 - Date & location.

81. Ibid. p. 33 - Location.

82. Ibid. p. 33 - Date & location.

83. History of The Town of Sunderland, Massachusetts (which originally embraced within its limits the present Towns of Montague & Leverett), by John Montague Smith, prepared by Henry W. Taft & Abbie T. Montague. Press of E. A. Hall & Co., Greenfield, Mass., 1899. p. 456 - Date.

84. Ibid. p. 456 - Year.

85. Ibid. p. 456 - Date.

86. Ibid. p. 456 - Name of 2nd wife.

87. Ibid. p. 456 - Date.

88. Ibid. p. 456 - Date & location.

89. Ibid. p. 456 - Date.

90. Ibid. p. 456 - Date & location.

91. Ibid. p. 456 - Name of wife.

92. Vital Records of Montague, Massachusetts To The End of The Year 1849. Published by the Essex Institute Salem Mass. 1934. p. 33 - Date & location.

93. Ibid. p. 143 - Date & location.

94. History of The Town of Sunderland, Massachusetts (which originally embraced within its limits the present Towns of Montague & Leverett), by John Montague Smith, prepared by Henry W. Taft & Abbie T. Montague. Press of E. A. Hall & Co., Greenfield, Mass., 1899. p. 456 - Date - location listed as Hadley, Mass.

95. Vital Records of Montague, Massachusetts To The End of The Year 1849. Published by the Essex Institute Salem Mass. 1934. p. 456 - Year & location.

96. History of The Town of Sunderland, Massachusetts (which originally embraced within its limits the present Towns of Montague & Leverett), by John Montague Smith, prepared by Henry W. Taft & Abbie T. Montague. Press of E. A. Hall & Co., Greenfield, Mass., 1899. p. 456 - City.

97. Vital Records of Montague, Massachusetts To The End of The Year 1849. Published by the Essex Institute Salem Mass. 1934. p. 33 - Date & location.

98. History of The Town of Sunderland, Massachusetts (which originally embraced within its limits the present Towns of Montague & Leverett), by John Montague Smith, prepared by Henry W. Taft & Abbie T. Montague. Press of E. A. Hall & Co., Greenfield, Mass., 1899. p. 456 - Date.

99. Vital Records of Montague, Massachusetts To The End of The Year 1849. Published by the Essex Institute Salem Mass. 1934. p. 143 - Date & location.

100. History of The Town of Sunderland, Massachusetts (which originally embraced within its limits the present Towns of Montague & Leverett), by John Montague Smith, prepared by Henry W. Taft & Abbie T. Montague. Press of E. A. Hall & Co., Greenfield, Mass., 1899. p. 456 - Date.

101. Vital Records of Montague, Massachusetts To The End of The Year 1849. Published by the Essex Institute Salem Mass. 1934. p. 96 - Date & location.

102. History of The Town of Sunderland, Massachusetts (which originally embraced within its limits the present Towns of Montague & Leverett), by John Montague Smith, prepared by Henry W. Taft & Abbie T. Montague. Press of E. A. Hall & Co., Greenfield, Mass., 1899. p. 456 - Date & location.

103. Old South Cemetery, Montague, Mass. This cemetery is about one-half mile south of the Village of Montague Center and about one-quarter mile west of State Highway No. 63. It is the oldest cemetery in the town and contains the graves of many of the earliest settlers. It is kept in fairly good condition by the town. Several of the lots are endowed with Perpetual care funds. The layout is vary irregular, and it is parctically impossible to tell where the lot lines (if there were such) were located. Montague, Franklin County, Massachusetts, Cemetary Records, Compiled by National Society, D.A.R. LDS FHC Micro-Fiche #6105188, pages 10 - 40. p. 28 - Year.

104. Vital Records of Montague, Massachusetts To The End of The Year 1849. Published by the Essex Institute Salem Mass. 1934. p. 33 - Date & location.

105. History of The Town of Sunderland, Massachusetts (which originally embraced within its limits the present Towns of Montague & Leverett), by John Montague Smith, prepared by Henry W. Taft & Abbie T. Montague. Press of E. A. Hall & Co., Greenfield, Mass., 1899. p. 457 - Date.

106. Vital Records of Montague, Massachusetts To The End of The Year 1849. Published by the Essex Institute Salem Mass. 1934. p. 95 - Date & location.

107. Old South Cemetery, Montague, Mass. This cemetery is about one-half mile south of the Village of Montague Center and about one-quarter mile west of State Highway No. 63. It is the oldest cemetery in the town and contains the graves of many of the earliest settlers. It is kept in fairly good condition by the town. Several of the lots are endowed with Perpetual care funds. The layout is vary irregular, and it is parctically impossible to tell where the lot lines (if there were such) were located. Montague, Franklin County, Massachusetts, Cemetary Records, Compiled by National Society, D.A.R. LDS FHC Micro-Fiche #6105188, pages 10 - 40. p. 28 - Date.

108. History of The Town of Sunderland, Massachusetts (which originally embraced within its limits the present Towns of Montague & Leverett), by John Montague Smith, prepared by Henry W. Taft & Abbie T. Montague. Press of E. A. Hall & Co., Greenfield, Mass., 1899. p. 457 - Date.

109. Old South Cemetery, Montague, Mass. This cemetery is about one-half mile south of the Village of Montague Center and about one-quarter mile west of State Highway No. 63. It is the oldest cemetery in the town and contains the graves of many of the earliest settlers. It is kept in fairly good condition by the town. Several of the lots are endowed with Perpetual care funds. The layout is vary irregular, and it is parctically impossible to tell where the lot lines (if there were such) were located. Montague, Franklin County, Massachusetts, Cemetary Records, Compiled by National Society, D.A.R. LDS FHC Micro-Fiche #6105188, pages 10 - 40. p. 28 - Location.

110. Ibid. p. 28 - Given name of 1st wife.

111. History of The Town of Sunderland, Massachusetts (which originally embraced within its limits the present Towns of Montague & Leverett), by John Montague Smith, prepared by Henry W. Taft & Abbie T. Montague. Press of E. A. Hall & Co., Greenfield, Mass., 1899. p. 457 - Date.

112. Old South Cemetery, Montague, Mass. This cemetery is about one-half mile south of the Village of Montague Center and about one-quarter mile west of State Highway No. 63. It is the oldest cemetery in the town and contains the graves of many of the earliest settlers. It is kept in fairly good condition by the town. Several of the lots are endowed with Perpetual care funds. The layout is vary irregular, and it is parctically impossible to tell where the lot lines (if there were such) were located. Montague, Franklin County, Massachusetts, Cemetary Records, Compiled by National Society, D.A.R. LDS FHC Micro-Fiche #6105188, pages 10 - 40. p. 28 - Year.

113. History of The Town of Sunderland, Massachusetts (which originally embraced within its limits the present Towns of Montague & Leverett), by John Montague Smith, prepared by Henry W. Taft & Abbie T. Montague. Press of E. A. Hall & Co., Greenfield, Mass., 1899. p. 457 - Date & location.

114. Old South Cemetery, Montague, Mass. This cemetery is about one-half mile south of the Village of Montague Center and about one-quarter mile west of State Highway No. 63. It is the oldest cemetery in the town and contains the graves of many of the earliest settlers. It is kept in fairly good condition by the town. Several of the lots are endowed with Perpetual care funds. The layout is vary irregular, and it is parctically impossible to tell where the lot lines (if there were such) were located. Montague, Franklin County, Massachusetts, Cemetary Records, Compiled by National Society, D.A.R. LDS FHC Micro-Fiche #6105188, pages 10 - 40. p. 28 - Date.

115. History of The Town of Sunderland, Massachusetts (which originally embraced within its limits the present Towns of Montague & Leverett), by John Montague Smith, prepared by Henry W. Taft & Abbie T. Montague. Press of E. A. Hall & Co., Greenfield, Mass., 1899. p. 457 - Date & location.

116. Old South Cemetery, Montague, Mass. This cemetery is about one-half mile south of the Village of Montague Center and about one-quarter mile west of State Highway No. 63. It is the oldest cemetery in the town and contains the graves of many of the earliest settlers. It is kept in fairly good condition by the town. Several of the lots are endowed with Perpetual care funds. The layout is vary irregular, and it is parctically impossible to tell where the lot lines (if there were such) were located. Montague, Franklin County, Massachusetts, Cemetary Records, Compiled by National Society, D.A.R. LDS FHC Micro-Fiche #6105188, pages 10 - 40. p. 28 - Location.

117. Vital Records of Montague, Massachusetts To The End of The Year 1849. Published by the Essex Institute Salem Mass. 1934. p. 33 - Date & location.

118. Old South Cemetery, Montague, Mass. This cemetery is about one-half mile south of the Village of Montague Center and about one-quarter mile west of State Highway No. 63. It is the oldest cemetery in the town and contains the graves of many of the earliest settlers. It is kept in fairly good condition by the town. Several of the lots are endowed with Perpetual care funds. The layout is vary irregular, and it is parctically impossible to tell where the lot lines (if there were such) were located. Montague, Franklin County, Massachusetts, Cemetary Records, Compiled by National Society, D.A.R. LDS FHC Micro-Fiche #6105188, pages 10 - 40. p. 28 - Given name of 2nd wife.

119. History of The Town of Sunderland, Massachusetts (which originally embraced within its limits the present Towns of Montague & Leverett), by John Montague Smith, prepared by Henry W. Taft & Abbie T. Montague. Press of E. A. Hall & Co., Greenfield, Mass., 1899. p. 457 - Date & name of wife.

120. Old South Cemetery, Montague, Mass. This cemetery is about one-half mile south of the Village of Montague Center and about one-quarter mile west of State Highway No. 63. It is the oldest cemetery in the town and contains the graves of many of the earliest settlers. It is kept in fairly good condition by the town. Several of the lots are endowed with Perpetual care funds. The layout is vary irregular, and it is parctically impossible to tell where the lot lines (if there were such) were located. Montague, Franklin County, Massachusetts, Cemetary Records, Compiled by National Society, D.A.R. LDS FHC Micro-Fiche #6105188, pages 10 - 40. p. 28 - Date.

121. Vital Records of Montague, Massachusetts To The End of The Year 1849. Published by the Essex Institute Salem Mass. 1934. p. 33 - Date & location.

122. Old South Cemetery, Montague, Mass. This cemetery is about one-half mile south of the Village of Montague Center and about one-quarter mile west of State Highway No. 63. It is the oldest cemetery in the town and contains the graves of many of the earliest settlers. It is kept in fairly good condition by the town. Several of the lots are endowed with Perpetual care funds. The layout is vary irregular, and it is parctically impossible to tell where the lot lines (if there were such) were located. Montague, Franklin County, Massachusetts, Cemetary Records, Compiled by National Society, D.A.R. LDS FHC Micro-Fiche #6105188, pages 10 - 40. p. 28 - Date.

123. Vital Records of Montague, Massachusetts To The End of The Year 1849. Published by the Essex Institute Salem Mass. 1934. p. 33 - Date & location.

124. Old South Cemetery, Montague, Mass. This cemetery is about one-half mile south of the Village of Montague Center and about one-quarter mile west of State Highway No. 63. It is the oldest cemetery in the town and contains the graves of many of the earliest settlers. It is kept in fairly good condition by the town. Several of the lots are endowed with Perpetual care funds. The layout is vary irregular, and it is parctically impossible to tell where the lot lines (if there were such) were located. Montague, Franklin County, Massachusetts, Cemetary Records, Compiled by National Society, D.A.R. LDS FHC Micro-Fiche #6105188, pages 10 - 40. p. 28 - Date.

125. Vital Records of Montague, Massachusetts To The End of The Year 1849. Published by the Essex Institute Salem Mass. 1934. p. 142 - Date & location.

126. Old South Cemetery, Montague, Mass. This cemetery is about one-half mile south of the Village of Montague Center and about one-quarter mile west of State Highway No. 63. It is the oldest cemetery in the town and contains the graves of many of the earliest settlers. It is kept in fairly good condition by the town. Several of the lots are endowed with Perpetual care funds. The layout is vary irregular, and it is parctically impossible to tell where the lot lines (if there were such) were located. Montague, Franklin County, Massachusetts, Cemetary Records, Compiled by National Society, D.A.R. LDS FHC Micro-Fiche #6105188, pages 10 - 40. p. 28 - Location.

127. Vital Records of Montague, Massachusetts To The End of The Year 1849. Published by the Essex Institute Salem Mass. 1934. p. 33 - Date & location.

128. Old South Cemetery, Montague, Mass. This cemetery is about one-half mile south of the Village of Montague Center and about one-quarter mile west of State Highway No. 63. It is the oldest cemetery in the town and contains the graves of many of the earliest settlers. It is kept in fairly good condition by the town. Several of the lots are endowed with Perpetual care funds. The layout is vary irregular, and it is parctically impossible to tell where the lot lines (if there were such) were located. Montague, Franklin County, Massachusetts, Cemetary Records, Compiled by National Society, D.A.R. LDS FHC Micro-Fiche #6105188, pages 10 - 40. p. 28 - Year.

129. Vital Records of Montague, Massachusetts To The End of The Year 1849. Published by the Essex Institute Salem Mass. 1934. p. 33 - Date & location.

130. Old South Cemetery, Montague, Mass. This cemetery is about one-half mile south of the Village of Montague Center and about one-quarter mile west of State Highway No. 63. It is the oldest cemetery in the town and contains the graves of many of the earliest settlers. It is kept in fairly good condition by the town. Several of the lots are endowed with Perpetual care funds. The layout is vary irregular, and it is parctically impossible to tell where the lot lines (if there were such) were located. Montague, Franklin County, Massachusetts, Cemetary Records, Compiled by National Society, D.A.R. LDS FHC Micro-Fiche #6105188, pages 10 - 40. p. 28 - Date.

131. Vital Records of Montague, Massachusetts To The End of The Year 1849. Published by the Essex Institute Salem Mass. 1934. p. 142 - Date & location.

132. Old South Cemetery, Montague, Mass. This cemetery is about one-half mile south of the Village of Montague Center and about one-quarter mile west of State Highway No. 63. It is the oldest cemetery in the town and contains the graves of many of the earliest settlers. It is kept in fairly good condition by the town. Several of the lots are endowed with Perpetual care funds. The layout is vary irregular, and it is parctically impossible to tell where the lot lines (if there were such) were located. Montague, Franklin County, Massachusetts, Cemetary Records, Compiled by National Society, D.A.R. LDS FHC Micro-Fiche #6105188, pages 10 - 40. p. 28 - Location.

133. History of Conway, Massachusetts, 1767 - 1917, Rev. Charles Stanley Pease, editor, Springfield Printing and Binding Co., Springfield, Mass., 1917. p. 286 - Date & location.

134. Ibid. p. 286 - Surname of wife.

135. Ibid. p. 286 - Date & location.

136. Ibid. p. 286 - Name of wife.

137. Ibid. p. 286 - Date & location.

138. Ibid. p. 286 - Surname of husband.

139. Ibid. p. 286 - Date & location.

140. Ibid. p. 286 - Name of husband.

141. Ibid. p. 286 - Date & location.

142. Ibid. p. 286 - Name of wife.

143. Ibid. p. 286 - Date & location.

144. Ibid. p. 286 - Name of husband.

145. Ibid. p. 286 - Date & location.

146. Ibid. p. 286 - Date.

147. Ibid. p. 341 - Date.

148. Ibid. p. 341 - Date & location.

149. Ibid. p. 272 - Name of husband.

150. Ibid. p. 286 - Date.

151. Ibid. p. 286 - Date & location.

152. Ibid. p. 272 - Location.

153. Ibid. p. 286 - Date.

154. History of The Town of Sunderland, Massachusetts (which originally embraced within its limits the present Towns of Montague & Leverett), by John Montague Smith, prepared by Henry W. Taft & Abbie T. Montague. Press of E. A. Hall & Co., Greenfield, Mass., 1899. p. 313 - Date.

155. History of Conway, Massachusetts, 1767 - 1917, Rev. Charles Stanley Pease, editor, Springfield Printing and Binding Co., Springfield, Mass., 1917. p. 286 - Date.

156. Ibid. p. 286 - Date & location.

157. Ibid. p. 286 - Name of husband.

158. Ibid. p. 286 - Date & location.

159. Ibid. p. 272 - Date.

160. Ibid. p. 272 - Name of wife.

161. Ibid. p. 272 - Date & location.

162. Ibid. p. 272 - Year.

163. Ibid. p. 286 - Date & location.

164. Ibid. p. 286 - Name of husband.

165. Ibid. p. 286 - Date & location.

166. Ibid. p. 286 - Date.

167. Vital Records of Wendell, Mass - Births. Copied by Dr. Wetherbee of New Salem, Mass. 16 November 1968. Date & location.

168. Vital Records of Montague, Massachusetts To The End of The Year 1849. Published by the Essex Institute Salem Mass. 1934. p. 148 - Date & location.

169. Ibid. p. 148 - Location.

170. Ibid. p. 148 - Given name of wife.

171. Certificates of marriages published from under the hands of Town Clerk of Wendell, MA, 25 Apr 1787 to 15 September 1890. This information is unpublished and was copied from original records by Eunice Mackie and Carolyn Chinouard. Posted by Betty-Sue Pratt (soathol@banet.net) on Franklin County, Mass. List. Date & location.

172. Vital Records of Wendell, Mass - Births. Copied by Dr. Wetherbee of New Salem, Mass. 16 November 1968. Date & location.

173. Certificates of marriages published from under the hands of Town Clerk of Wendell, MA, 25 Apr 1787 to 15 September 1890. This information is unpublished and was copied from original records by Eunice Mackie and Carolyn Chinouard. Posted by Betty-Sue Pratt (soathol@banet.net) on Franklin County, Mass. List. Date & location.

174. Old South Cemetery, Montague, Mass. This cemetery is about one-half mile south of the Village of Montague Center and about one-quarter mile west of State Highway No. 63. It is the oldest cemetery in the town and contains the graves of many of the earliest settlers. It is kept in fairly good condition by the town. Several of the lots are endowed with Perpetual care funds. The layout is vary irregular, and it is parctically impossible to tell where the lot lines (if there were such) were located. Montague, Franklin County, Massachusetts, Cemetary Records, Compiled by National Society, D.A.R. LDS FHC Micro-Fiche #6105188, pages 10 - 40. p. 13 - Year.

175. Ibid. p. 13 - Date.

176. Vital Records of Montague, Massachusetts To The End of The Year 1849. Published by the Essex Institute Salem Mass. 1934. p. 129 - Date & location.

177. Old South Cemetery, Montague, Mass. This cemetery is about one-half mile south of the Village of Montague Center and about one-quarter mile west of State Highway No. 63. It is the oldest cemetery in the town and contains the graves of many of the earliest settlers. It is kept in fairly good condition by the town. Several of the lots are endowed with Perpetual care funds. The layout is vary irregular, and it is parctically impossible to tell where the lot lines (if there were such) were located. Montague, Franklin County, Massachusetts, Cemetary Records, Compiled by National Society, D.A.R. LDS FHC Micro-Fiche #6105188, pages 10 - 40. p. 13 - Location.

178. Ibid. p. 13 - Given name of wife.

179. Vital Records of Montague, Massachusetts To The End of The Year 1849. Published by the Essex Institute Salem Mass. 1934. p. 33 - Date & location.

180. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution. Volume 155, p. 188 - Year.

181. Ibid. Volume 155, p. 188 - Year.

182. Vital Records of Montague, Massachusetts To The End of The Year 1849. Published by the Essex Institute Salem Mass. 1934. p. 70 - Date & location.

183. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution. Volume 155, p. 188 - Year.

184. Ibid. Volume 155, p. 188 - Year.

185. Ibid. Volume 155, p. 188 - Year.

186. History of Conway, Massachusetts, 1767 - 1917, Rev. Charles Stanley Pease, editor, Springfield Printing and Binding Co., Springfield, Mass., 1917. p. 286 - Date & location.

187. Ibid. p. 286 - Date.

188. Ibid. p. 286 - Date & location.

189. Ibid. p. 286 - Date.

190. Ibid. p. 286 - Date & location.

191. Ibid. p. 286 - Name of wife.

192. History of the Town of Gill, Massachusetts. Genealogies A - Z by Ralph M. Stoughton, 1960. LDS Call Number US/Can Film Area 0886882. Date & location.

193. Ibid. Year.

194. History of Conway, Massachusetts, 1767 - 1917, Rev. Charles Stanley Pease, editor, Springfield Printing and Binding Co., Springfield, Mass., 1917. p. 286 - Date & location.

195. Ibid. p. 286 - Name of wife.

196. Ibid. p. 272 - Date & location.

197. Ibid. p. 272 - Date.

198. Ibid. p. 272 - Name of wife.

199. Ibid. p. 272 - Date & location.

200. Ibid. p. 272 - Date & location.

201. Ibid. p. 272 - Date & location.

202. Ibid. p. 272 - Date & location.

203. Ibid. p. 272 - Date & location.

204. Ibid. p. 272 - Date & location.

205. Ibid. p. 272 - Date & location.

206. Ibid. p. 273 - Date & location.

207. Ibid. p. 273 - Date & location.

208. Ibid. p. 272 - Date & location.

209. Ibid. p. 272 - Name of husband.

210. Ibid. p. 272 - Date & location.

211. Ibid. p. 272 - Date - Name of 1st wife.

212. Ibid. p. 273 - Date & location.

213. Ibid. p. 273 - Date & location.

214. Ibid. p. 273 - Date.

215. Ibid. p. 272 - Name of 2nd wife.

216. Ibid. p. 272 - Date & location.

217. Ibid. p. 272 - Date.

218. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution. Volume 155, p. 188 - Year.

219. Ibid. Volume 155, p. 188 - Year.

220. Ibid. Volume 155, p. 188 - Year.

221. Ibid. Volume 155, p. 188 - Year.

222. Ibid. Volume 155, p. 188 - Location.

223. History of Conway, Massachusetts, 1767 - 1917, Rev. Charles Stanley Pease, editor, Springfield Printing and Binding Co., Springfield, Mass., 1917. p. 272 - Date & location.

224. Ibid. p. 273 - Name of husband.

225. Ibid. p. 273 - Date & location.

226. Ibid. p. 273 - Date.

227. Ibid. p. 273 - Date & location.

228. Ibid. p. 273 - Name of wife.