DESCENDANTS OF LEONARD WEEKS OF PORTSMOUTH, NH.
BY, REV. JACOB CHAPMAN Extracted by, Elaine Merrell, Pages 234-240

(1)LEONARD WEEKS b. near 1633, d. near 1707, of Greenland and Durham. Married 1st Mary Redman, dau. of John, m. 2nd Elizabeth Haines, dau. of Samuel. Born in Greenland eiqht children:
Children by Mary Redman:
2. i. JOHN, b. June 14, 1668; who died before Feb. l7ll-l2. He is supposed to have had three or more children.
3. ii CAPT. SAMUEL, b. Dec. 14, 1670; d. Mar. 26, 1746; m. Elinor, dau. of Samuel Haines, Jr., b. Aug. 23, 1675; d. Nov. 19, 1736. Seven children.
4. iii CAPT. JOSEPH, b. March 11, 1672; d. Nov. 27, 1735. Cordwainer, had wife Hannah and had 4 sons.
5. iv CAPT. JOSHUA, b. June 30, 1674; d. June 13, 1758; m. in Boston, MA., Nov. 1699 Comfort Hubbard, sister of Thomas Hubbard, a merchant of Boston., d. Mar. 20, 1756, dau. of Richard.. Ten chi1dren.
v. MARY, b. July 19, 1676; d. _____ 1738; m. Lieut. Joshua Bracket. Had in 1712 eight children, bapt in Greenland; 1. John, 2., Joshua, 3. Thomas, 4. Samuel, 5. Anthony, 6. Mary, 7. Abigail, 8. Elinor.
vi. JONATHON , b. 1678, d. June 27, 1748; had no children, m. Elizabeth Cate, dau. of Edward. .
vii. MARGARET, b. June 4, 1679; m. Tobias Lear or Ebenezer Johnson
v. iii SARAH, b. June 4, 1679 a twin to Margaret; m Tobias Langdon or Benjamin Macrease.
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2 JOHN WEEKS, (Leonard 1) Wife unknown
JOHN WEEKS, b. June 14, 1668; d. 1 710 Greenland. Three children.
i. WALTER, b. _______; d. April 18, 1758; m. Mary Jewett, b 1733; d. Jan. 24, 1834 age 100 years and four months leaving 156 descendants . Three children: 1. William (4), 2. John (4), 3. Walter (4), b. Feb. 22, who m. May 3, 1791, Nancy Jewett of Stratham and had 4 children ?
ii JOSHUA b. ____; d. ______1756.
iii JONATHON, b. ________1707; a farmer in Greenland, d. Nov. 20, 1794 in Bath. Seven children.

3 CAPT. SAMUEL, (Leonard 1) b. Dec. 14, 1670, farmer, m. Elinor Haines, had in Greenland:
7. i. LT. SAMUEL, bapt. 1712, m. May 19, 1726, Mehitabel Pickering (dau. of Thomas) of Portsmouth, and had seven children.
8. ii. JOHN, b. 1712, cordwainer in Greenland, m. 1st Hannah ? Eight children, m 2nd. Dec. 21, 1727 Abigail Forse
9. iii WALTER, bpt. 1712, d. Dec. 1774, m. Comfort Weeks, dau. of Joshua (2) and had 9 children.
10. iv. MATTHIAS, b. 1708; m. Dec. 17, 1735, Sarah (Sanborn) Ford dau. of John Sanborn of No. Hampton; had 9 children, and died at Gilmanton, 1777.
v. MARY, bapt. 1712; m. about 1744, Paul Chapman (Samuel, (3), Samuel (2), Edward (1). She d. 1762, leaving 2 orphan sons, Samuel, b. 1745 and Job, b. Nov. 1, 1747, who m. 1771 Penelope (daughter of Benjamin Philbrook).Their son Samuel m. Elizabeth Folsom of Tamworth.
vi. ELEANOR, bpt. 1714, d. unm., but raised her sister Mary’s children.
vii. WILLIAM, bapt. 1717

4 CAPT. JOSEPH (3) (Leonard 1), b. May 11, 1671,d. 1735, had wife Hannah. Had:
11. i JEDEDIAH, b. abt. 1710; m. Eleanor (dau. of Nathaniel Huggins of Greenland, and had six children. He died at Epping, March, 1761.
ii. JOSHUA, bapt. 1725
iii. JOSEPH, bapt. 1725
12. iv. LEONARD, bapt. 1725; m. Margaret; had three children bapt. in Greenland, and d. Aug. 1761

5 CAPT. JOSHUA (2) (Leonard 1), b. June 30, 1674, d. 1758, farmer, m. Comfort Hubbard. Had, born in Greenland:
i. Martha, b. 1704; m. 1st, Chase Wiggin, Jan. 9, 1723, and had ; 1. Bradstreet, b. 1724; 2, Comfort, b. 1727, 3. Chase, b. Dec. 9, 1736, she m. 2nd Col. William Hilton, son of Winthrop (3) (Edward 2, Edward 1), who was killed by the Indians 1710. She had, 5. Winthrop (Hilton), b. 7 Oct. 1737, 6. Ichabod, b. 1740, 7. Ann, b. 1745, who m. John Burleigh, and d. Oct. 26, 1769. Mrs Hilton d. Mar. 31, 1769, and her husband, Dec. 26, 1781, aged 71.
ii. Comfort, b. (1706?), m. Walter (son of Capt. Samuel) Weeks (see no. 3) and had nine chil.. She d. Dec. 1786.
iii. Mary, m. Capt. Jonathan Chesley of Durham, and her dau. m. Col. Benjamin Chadbourne of Berwick, ME.
iv. Ichabod, bapt. 1713, d. Nov. 3, 1736
13 v. Dr. John, b. 1716; a physician; m. (1) Martha (dau. of Major. Joshua) Wingate of Hampton, who d. 1758, leaving nine children. He d. Oct. 20, 1763.
vi. Thankful, bapt. 1720; m. Apr. 17, 1740, George Marshall of Portsmouth, and had: 1. George, 2. John, 3. Comfort, 4. Margaret, second wife of Dr. Samuel Haven, and had six children.
14 viii. Major William, bapt. 1723; m. Mar. 20, 1748, Elinor (dau. of Clement) March, who d. 1807, age 77, having had 13 children.
viii Richard, bapt. 1727, d. young
ix Margaret, bapt. 1728; m. 1st Deac. Ebenezer Smith, and had: 1. John, 2. Comfort, 3. Eben, b. 1758, who m. __ Sheafe of Portsmouth, and was a lawyer in Durham, 4. Margaret, wife of John Blydenburg, of Durham. Mrs. Margaret (Weeks) Smith, m. 2nd Hon. John Frost, and had b. in Durham, 5, George (Frost) , who m. Peggy (dau. of John) Burley, and d. 1846, aged 71, 6. Mary, wife of Jeremiah Mead, whose dau. m. Hon. William Plumer, 7. Martha, 2nd wife of Henry Mellen of Dover, 8. John, b. 1776, m. ____ Salter of Portsmouth, and d. 1847.

6 JONATHON WEEKS (John 2, Leonard 1), 1707-1794, had born in Greenland:.
i. ESTER, bapt. 1736 m. Stephen Woodman..
ii. HANNAH, b. Aug. 12, 1738; d. Dec. 9, 1807; m. July 12, 1756 to Symonds Fowler, res. Newmarket and Epson;. Eleven children.
iii. JONATHON bapt. 1740; d. 1744.
iv . SARAH, bapt. 1742; d. 1744
v. DAVID, b. Jan 3, 1744-5, joiner in Greenland; d. June 22, 1827 in Bath; m. Apr. 27, 1770 RUTH PAGE b. 1752,and had: 1. Ruth, b. 1772, m. James Smith, 2. David Jr., b. 1774, m. Matilda Child, d. June 11, 1842, 3. Jonathan, b. 1777, d. 1785, 4. Mary, b. 1778, m. Dudley Child. of Bath, and d. 1831.
vi. ABIGAIL bapt July 3, 1748.
vii. JONATHAN, bapt. April 17, 1751; d. ____: Margaret Caverly (dau. of Nathaniel) of Portsmouth, and had: 1. Joseph, a shipwright of Dover, with 9 chil., 2. Hannah, 3. Comfort, 4. Edward, of Provincetown, MA.

7. Lt Samuel Weeks (Samuel 2, Leonard 1), 1700-1763, had b. in Greenland:
i. Eleanor, bapt. 1728
ii. Joseph, bapt. 1730, d.y.
iii. Elizabeth, bapt. 1732; m. Sept. 1753, Richard (son of William) Scammon of Stratham; had 11 chil., and d. in western NY.
iv. Joshua, bapt. 1736; m. but no chil. in 1762
v. Samuel, bapt. 1738; res. in 1767 in Greenland.
vi. Mehitable, bapt. 1742; m. _____ Pickering.
vii. Mary, bapt. 1745m d.y.

8. John Weeks (2) (Samuel 2, Leonard 1), 1702- had bapt. in Greenland:
i. Thomas, bapt. 1728; m. Abigail; rem. abt. 1760 to Epping and had son Joseph (5), bapt. there Feb. 11, 1768?
ii. Mary, bapt. 1730
iii. Abigail, bapt. 1732, d. 1743 in Greenland.
15 iv. John, b. 1733; m. 1753? Abigail (dau. of Samuel) Piper of Stratham. He d. Jefferson, ME, Mar. 20, 1804. His wid. lived till 90 yrs. old. He had 9 chil.
v. Joseph, bapt. 1736 (d. 14 July 1743?)
16 vi. Cole, b. 1737; m. Hannah (dau. of John) Chapman of Epping; settled at Sanborton, abt. 1767; had 9 chil, and d. Apr. 6, 1801, aged 64. His wife died Feb. 10, 1815, aged 78.
17 vii Benjamin, bapt. 1742; m. abt. 1761, Marian Hanniford, b. 1741. He res. in Epping and Deerfield, and finally in Piedmont. Had 9 chil.
viii Elinor, bapt. 1744

9 Walter Weeks (3) (Samuel 2, Leonard 1), 1706-1774, farmer in Greenland, had:
i. Sarah, bapt. 1727; m. S. Haines.
ii Samuel, bapt. 1728, who in 1765 sold his land in Greenland, and was in Canterbury in 1774.
iii Walter, bapt. 1730
iv. Richard, bapt. 1732, d. 1736
v. Comfort, bapt. 1734
vi Dr. Ichabod, bapt. 1738, d. 1807; m. 1st Sarah C. (dau. of Rev. Ward) Cotton; 2nd, Comfort Johnson; 3rd, Abigail (dau. of Clement) March of Greenland. His chil. by his 2nd wife were: 1. Bracket, who m. Sarah Pickering, 2. Sarah Cotton, m. William Weeks, 3. Comfort, m. Joseph Clark. By 3rd wife: Elizabeth March, m. John Greenough, 5. Susan, m. Ephraim Pickering, 6. Stephen M, who m. Mary S. Gookin.
viii William, bapt. 1743; m. elizabeth Hubard; farmer, and lived in the brick house in Greenland and there had: 1. Walter, a shoemaker, m. Sarah Tarleton, and d. Aug. 1848, 2. Joseph, m. Hannah Johnson, no chil., 3. William, m. Harriet Barker, 4. Joshua, m. Nancy Rollins, 5. Hubbard, m. Comfort Clark, 6. Elizabeth, m. Bracket Weeks, 7. Comford, d.y.
ix. Martha, bapt. 1745; m. _____ Doe
x. Thankfull, m. as 2nd wife, Capt. B. Randall, who was lost at sea on his next voyage.
xi. Elinor, m. ___ Mason.

10 Matthias Weeks (3) (Samuel 2, Leonard 1), 1708-1777, of Greenland, had:
i. Benjamin , rem. to Gilmanton; m. Sarah Weed, and d. 1829
ii. Noah, m. Betsy, d. Gilford, 1825
iii. Josiah, m. Abigail (dau. of Dudley) James; d. Gilmanton, 1802
iv. John, bapt. 1736; m. Dorothy __; rem. to Gilmanton, and d. there 1815
v. Olive, bapt. 1738; m. John Haines and had Elisha (Haines)
vi. Matthias, Jr., b. June 5, 1740; m. Exeter, 21 Nov. 1760, Judith (dau. of Dudley) Leavitt, who d. Gilmanton, 1810. He d. there Mar. 20, 1821. There chil. b. in Exeter: 1. John, b 1762, m. 1786, Hannah Moody, and d. Canaan, VT, 1852, 2. Elizabeth, b. 1764, m. John Moody, Jr., and d. in Tunbridge, VT1846, 3. Sarah, b. 1765, m. 1786, Joseph Badger, 3rd, and d. Gilmanton, 1851, 4. Matthias, b. 1767, m. Mary Bennet, and d. Gilmanton Apr. 1815, 5. Mary, b. 1769, m. David Folsom, and res. in Tunbridge, VT, 6. Samuel, b. 1770, m. Abi Moody, and d. Canaan, VT, Sept. 1, 1854, 7. Dea. William, b. Sept. 18, 1772, m. Mary Beede, and d. Gilmanton, 1854, 8. Joshua, b. Gilmanton, Mar. 30, 1774, m. Mary Fellows, d. Tunbridge, VT, 1818, 9. Judith, b. 1776, m. _ Smith, d. Gilmanton, May, 1834, 10. Olive, b 1778, unm,, d. Gilmanton, 1825.
vii. Elinor, bapt. 1742
viii. Mary, bapt. 1744
ix. Rev. Samuel, b. Nov. 21, 1746; m. 1st Mercy Randlet of Stratham, rem. to Gilmanton, 1773, Baptist preacher, rem. abt. 1790 to Parsonfield, ME, and became a Free Will Baptist and farmer. Chil., b. Exeter: 1., Noah, b. Oct. 25, 1767, 2. Anne P., b. 1769, 3. Eliphalet, b. Newmarket, June 6, 1770, farmer, m. Susan Perry, and d. 1838, 4. James G., b. Feb. 22, 1772, 5. John, b. Gilmanton, Feb. 21, 1774, 6. Mary, b. 1776, 7. Susannah, b. 1778, 8. Samuel, b. Feb. 19, 1780, 9. Ichabod, b. 1782, 10, Martha, b. 1784, 11 Levi, b. Feb. 11, 1788, 12, Benjamin, b. Jan. 24, 1791. By 2nd wife Sarah Barns, wid of S. Gubtail, Elder S. Weeks had Mercy, b. Parsonfield, Apr. 16, 1800
x. Joanna, bapt. July 14, 1751.

11. Jedediah Weeks (3) (Joseph 2, Leonard 1), 1710-1761, and wife Eleanor, had bapt. in Greenland:
i. Bridget, 1735
ii. Joseph, 1738, living 1761
iii Thankful, in 1740
iv. Josiah, bapt. 1743
v. Nathaniel, June 1745; m. May 6, 1787, Polly Pottle, both of Exeter, had 4 sons.
vi. Joshua, d. bef. Apr. 1776
vii. Sarah and
viii. Jedediah, children of wid. Eleanor Weeks, were bapt. Epping, Nov. 1761, and
ix. Thomas, Epping, 5 June 1763.

12. Leonard Weeks (3) (Joseph 2, Leonard 1), 1725-1761, had born Greenland:
i. Phineas, bapt. 1745
ii. John, bapt. May 10, 1747, called John Weeks, 3rd, when he bought land in Wakefield; m. Deborah allen; had 8 chil, and d. there Jan. 1832. His wife d. Mar. 1831, aged 79.
iii. Margaret, bapt. 1749
iv. Josiah
v. Joshua ?

13. Dr. Joshua Weeks (3) (Joshua 2, Leonard 1) of Greenland and Hampton, and his 1st. wife Martha Wingate, had born in Greenland:
i. Rev. Joshua Wingate, H. Col. 1758, ordained in England, rector of St. Michael’s Church, Marblehead, MA.; m. Miss Sarah Treadwell of Ipswich, MA; had eight children. After 13 years he was driven from his parish for his political opinions and 3 years later was refused permission to remove his wife and children, but escaped to England and became a chaplain at Halifax, N.S., where he died in 1806, aged 68.
ii. Comfort, b. 1740; m. Mar. 3, 1760, Dr. Coffin (son of William) Moore of Stratham, who d. Candia, 1778. She had: 1, William (Moore), m. Anne Carr, 2. Martha, m. C. Prince, 3, Coffin, m. Polly Bucknam, and res. in Lancaster, 4. Comfort, b. 1770, m. Jn. French, 5. Dr. Jacob B., who m. Polly Eaton and was father of Jacob B. Moore, 7. Polly wife of Jn. Quimby, who removed to Canada. Mrs. Comfort Moore m. 2nd Simon French of Candia, and d. 1814.
iii. Martha, b. 1742, m. Capt. Benjamin Randall, and died early.
iv. Mary, b. Feb. 22, 1745, m. 1st Adino Nye, and had: 1. Mary W., Elizabeth, who m. ____Goss of Lancaster. Mrs. Mary Weeks Nye, m. 2nd Joseph Bracket, who rem. from Greenland to Lancaster and had: 3. James Bracket of Cherry Valley, NY, 4. Adino Nye, farmer and clerk of Coos Co. Court, Lancaster, 5. Martha W., m. Hon. John W. Weeks, M.C. 1829-1833, 6. John Weeks.
v. Sarah (Sally), b. 1747, m. Aug. 1762, Rev. Jacob Bailey, A. B. (H.C 1755), classmate of Pres. John Adams. Ordained in England, and after 15 years as rector of an Episcopal church in Pownalboro (now Dresden), ME, he was driven from it in 1779, leaving his wife and 6 chil. in destitute circumstances. He was loyal to his mother country. For the last 26 years of his life he was rector of St. Lukes Church, Annapolis, N.S., where he d. in 1808. His widow d. there in 1818.
vi. Capt. John, b. Hampton, Nov. 17, 1749, m. Dec. 27, 1770, Deborah (dau. of James) Bracket of Greenland, who d. Lancaster 1831. Revolutionary War veteran and 4 years representative in the Legislature. He d. in Sept. 1818, on his way from Lancaster to Greenland, he d. suddenly at Wakefield, aged 69 years. His child. were: 1. Martha, wife of Edward Spauling, 2. Deborah, m. 1st William Ayes, m. 2nd. Jacob Emerson, 3. Elizabeth, wife of A. Webb, 4. Hon. John Wingate, b. Mar. 31, 1781, m. 1st. Mary W. Bracket, 2nd. Persis Everett, he d. 1853, 5. James B. of Lancaster, father of Hon. James W. and Hon. William D., who d. Feb. 1885, age 67, 6. Mary Wiggin, b. 1787, m. Adino Nye Bracket, Esq., and had 3 chil, 7. Sally Bracket, b. Aug. 13, 1789, m. Edward Bucknam, a farmer of Lancaster, and had 4 chil. She was living in Apr. 1885.
vii. William, b. Hampton, May 20, 1751; m. Susannah Haines and had 1., John, b. Sept. 14, 1773, rem. to Bangor, ME, 2. William, d.y., 3. Benin, b. Chester, 1779, rem. to Bangor and had chil, 4. Mary, b. 1782, m. E.M. Preston, 5. Susan Haines, b. 1788, m. James Calef, a farmer and teacher in Chester, and d. 1842, 5. Noah, b. 1790, m. C. Quimby, had 8 chil., res. on the homestead, and d. Mar. 20, 1875, aged near 85.
viii Ward Cotton, b. 1753, m. Mary Barber of Exeter, was a clothier with her father, then a sea captain, and d. in the W. Indies of yellow fever, leaving a young son John Wingate, who m. ___ Durgin, settled in ME, and had 8 chil.
ix. Abigail, d.y.
x. Joanna, b. Dec. 31, 1755, left an orphan under 8 yrs. of age, m. Newmarket, Dec. 4, 1777, Levi (son of Col. Jeremiah) Folsom. They soon rem. to Tamworth, had 9 chil. She d. July 17, 1826, aged 71. Her 3rd. child Elizabeth (Betsey), b. 1783, m. 1808, Samuel Chapman.

14 Major William Weeks (3) (Joshua 2, Leonard 1), 1723-1798, had:
i. Joshua, b. Greenland, Dec. 6, 1748, m. 1787, Martha Rust, both d. and left: 1. George W., 2. Mary Ann, m. Thomas Pickering, 3. Martha, wife of Samuel Pickering.
ii. Clement, b. Dec. 24, 1750, A.B. (H.C. 1772), a teacher, d. unm, 1829, aged 79.
iii. Elinor, b. 1753, d. unm.
iv. William, b. Apr. 28, 1755, A.B. (H.C. 1775), settled in Hopkington, had 13 chil., and d. Greenland, 1843.
v. Deac. John, b. 1757, m. Mary Coffin, lived at Bat side, and d. leaving 4 chil.
vi. Col. George, b. 1760, res. at the homestead, and d. unm. 1830.
viii. Comfort, b. 1762, m. 1781, Benjamin Chadbourne, and d. 1784, childless.
viii. and ix. Isaac and Jacob, b. May 1764. Both d. unm. Charleston, S.C., in 1800.
x. Martha, b. 1766, m. 1st. Daniel Rollins, 2nd. Samuel Hale of Barrington. She had 3 chil., and d. 1849, aged 74.
xi. Mary, b. 1770, m. 1797 Col. Ebenezer Thompson of Portsmouth, and had 3 chil: Rev. George W., of Stratham and 2 sisters.
xii. Nancy (Ann), b. 1774, d. unm, 1864, aged 90.
xiii. Hannah, b. Sept. 13, 1775, m. Dr. Josiah Bartlett of Stratham, and d. Aug. 1851. Childless.

15. John Weeks (4) (John 3, Samuel 2, Leonard 1), 1732-1804, farmer, and wife Abigail (Piper) had, b. in Greenland:
i. Joseph, b. 1755, m. Margaret Hussey, had 8 chil., and d. Jefferson, ME, 1847.
ii. Abigail, b. 1757, m. Col. Jonathan Jones, had 6 chil., and d. Whitefield, ME.
iii. Thomas, b. 1762, m. Ruth Taylor, had 10 chil., and d. Jan. 1846, aged 84.
iv. Mary, b. 1764, m. 1790, Maj. Daniel Waters, had 10 chil., and d. aged 96.
v. Mark, b. 1766, m. Sally Moody, had 7 chil., and d. 1850, aged 84. She d. 1840.
vi. John, b. abt. 1768, m. Ruth Avery of Jefferson, and had 5 chil.
vii. Winthrop, b. 1770, m. Hannah Hopkins, had 9 chil., and d. Nov. 1856, aged 86.
viii. Deac. Daniel, b. Jefferson, ME, 1774, m. 1798 Martha Taylor, had 9 chil., and d. there Oct. 1854, aged 80.
ix. Jane, b. abt. 1776, m. Col. Joseph Rust, and had 7 chil.
“This family were tall and large, and their ages average 91 years.”

16. Cole Weeks (4) (John 3, Samuel 2, Leonard 1), 1737-1801, joiner and farmer, an early settler and prominent citizen of Sanbornton, had chil.

THIS IS EVERYTHING THAT I HAVE, IF SOMEONE HAS THE CONTINUATION AND IS WILLING TO SEND IT TO ME, I WILL BE GLAD TO CONTINUE THIS LINE.

Elaine Merrell

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THIS SECTION WAS SENT TO ELAINE MERRELL BY THE WEEKS SOCIETY IN 197?

6. v. DAVID WEEKS (4) (Jonathan 3, John 2, Leonard 1) and Ruth Page
DAVID WEEKS, b Dec. 23 , 1744 Greenland, d. June 22, 1826 Bath, age 83. Buried in Pettyboro cemetery, Bath beside the grave of his wife Ruth and that of his father, Jonathon, b. ______1707 Greenland, d. Nov. 20, 1794 in Bath. Four children.
i. RUTH, b. Jan. 19, 1772 in Newbury, VT.; m. March 17, 1789, James Smith.
ii. DAVID, JR., b. Dec. 7, 1776 in Bath; m. May 15, 1798, Matilda Child.
iii. JONATHON, b. Dec. 7, 1776 in Bath; d. April 15, 1785, age 9 years.
iv. MARY (Polly), b. Nov. 12, 1778 in Bath; m. April 21, 1800 Deacon Dudley Child. Had son Jonathan Child.

RUTH WEEKS (5) (David 4, Jonathan 3, John 2, Leonard 1 ) and James Smith.
Daughter of David Weeks.
RUTH WEEKS SMITH, b. Jan. 19, 1772 Newbury, VT.; d. Nov. 18, 1861 Bath; m.. March 17, 1789 in Bath to James Smith son of Joseph, b. ______1732 Sharon, CT; d. June 23, 1800 and Naomi Johns, d. June 16, 1831, age 92 years. Both are buried in the Carbee private cemetery in Bath. James Smith was a revolutionary soldier as a private under Capt. Timothy Barrow’s Regiment. Ruth Weeks Smith and James Smith are buried in the Pettyboro cemetery, Bath. They had nine daughters and one son all born Bath.
i. POLLY, b. Aug. 3, 1791; d. ______: m. Aug . 24, 1809 Amasa Buck, Jr. of Lyman, N.H.
ii. ZELPHA, b. April 12, 1793; d. July___ , 1867, Youngstown, N.Y.; m. March 27, 1812 to Dr. Moses Morrison.
iii. SALLY, b. April 18, 1796; d. Dec. 1, 1886; m. May 26, 1816, Moses Eastman.
iv. HANNAH, b.Dec 19, 1797; d. May 21, 1881; m. June 22, 1825, John Woolson of Lisbon, N.H.
v. RUTH, b. Jan. 1, 1800; d , ______ m. Jan. 25, 1821 Nathaneal S. Berry of Bristol, the Civil War Governor of N.H. (1861-1863).
vi. JAMES, b. Oct. 12, 1801; d. April 27, 1811.
vii CHASTINA, b. March 8, 1804; d. April 23 , 1811
viii ABIGAIL, b. March 21, 1806; d. _____.
ix. ELIZA, b. March 17, 1809; d. April 27, 1811.
x. EMELINE, b. Oct. 23, 1811; d. ______; m. Nov. 30, 1829 Martin L. Sanborn, d. June 19, 1885 in Wisconsin.

DAVID WEEKS, JR. (5) (David 4, Jonathan 3, John 2, Leonard 1 ) and Matilda Child
son of David Weeks
DAVID WEEKS JR., b. July 14, 1774, Bath; d. June 13, 1842; m. May 15, 1798 Matilda Child, b. Aug. 8, 1778 Thompson, CT; d. Oct. 3, 1847 Bath; dau. of Richard bap. Thompson, Ctm Mar. 11, 1734, d. 1781and Abigail Green Child, and sister of Rev. Dudley Child of Bath. Eleven children all born in Bath. Abigail Green was b. Killingly, CT May, 7, 1738, and d. Aug. 1, 1830 at 92 years 2 months and was daughter of Capt. Henry Green of Thompson, CT and Judith Guile
i. LAURINDA, b. May 16, 1799; d. April 14, 1884, unm.
ii. JOHN CHILD, b. Dec. 10, 1800; m. 1st Nov. 29, 1827, Maria Powers, b. 1807; m. 2nd Aug. 21, 1842 Asenath Smith, b. _1821 Lyman, NH
iii. MARY CHILD, b. Dec. 25, 1802; m. Oct. 27, 1827 Martin C. Powers, b. 1807, brother of Maria Powers, 1st. wife of John Child Weeks, and son of Walter and Sybil (Chamberlin) Powers.
iv. DUDLEY CHILD, b. Dec. 23, 1804, m. Feb. 2, 1832 Lucy Topliff, b. May 20, 1809.
v. ALFRED CHILD, b. Dec. 12, 1806; m. Feb. 2, 1838 Candice Porter, b. Sept. 28, 1815 Lyman, NH.
vi. JONATHON, b. Dec. 10, 1808; m. Betsey Chamberlin, b. Feb. 10, 1819.
vii. MOSES MORRISON, b. July 4, 1811; m. Dec. 29, 1840 Sally Minot, b. Sept. 18, 1809
viii. WILLARD CHILD, b. April 21, 1813; m. April 20, 1853 Lestini Merrill
ix. EZRA HUCHINS, b. Jan. 23, 1816, d. Sept. 1, 1846
x. EMILY, b. July 16, 1818; m. April 14, 1842 William Minot, b. Oct. 9, 1814, brother of Sally Minot, wife of Moses Morrison Weeks
xi. ELIZA, b. April 18, 1821; m. Dec. 15, 1840, George Chamberlin, b. June 24, 1817, brother of Betsey Chamberlin, wife of Jonathan Weeks.

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