Descendants of William Moulton

 

Generation No. 1

 

1. William6 Moulton (James5, James4, Robert3, Thomas2, Robert1)1,2 was born 1672 in Wenham, Essex, MA, and died 29 August 1748 in Wenham, Essex, MA. He married (1) Mary Abt. 1692. She died 03 March 1694 in Wenham, MA USA3,4. He married (2) Jane Conant 04 July 1695 in Salem, Essex, MA5, daughter of Exercise Conant and Sarah Andrews. She was born June 1675 in Beverly, Essex, MA USA, and died 1763 in Ipswich, Essex, MA.

Notes for Mary:
Moulton Annals, P. 151, give death date as 1 March 1694.

More About Jane Conant:
Baptism: 20 June 1675, 1st Church, Beverly, Essex, MA

Children of William Moulton and Jane Conant are:

2 i. William7 Moulton5, born 31 May 1696 in Windham, Windham, CT; died 10 October 1696 in Windham, Windham, CT.

3 ii. William Moulton6, born 05 November 1698 in Windham, Windham, CT.

More About William Moulton:
Occupation: Husbandman

+ 4 iii. James Moulton, born 11 July 1700 in Windham, Windham, CT.

+ 5 iv. Daniel Moulton, born 01 January 1703 in Ipswich, Essex, MA; died 10 September 1730 in Ipswich, Essex, MA.

6 v. Sarah Moulton6, born 31 May 1705 in Ipswich, Essex, MA; died 03 March 1798. She married Jonathan Clinton 08 December 1732 in Ipswich, Essex, MA; born 28 January 1707 in Ipswich, Essex, MA; died 25 October 1794.
Notes for Sarah Moulton:
Eben Hobson Moulton has her birthdate as January 1705.

7 vi. Caleb Moulton6, born 10 November 1709 in Ipswich, Essex, MA; died 02 January 1800 in Wayland, Middlesex, MA.

More About Caleb Moulton:
Occupation: Cooper

8 vii. Lucy Moulton6, born 15 May 1712 in Ipswich, Essex, MA.

+ 9 viii. Nathaniel Moulton, born 12 April 1715 in Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts; died 17 February 1763.

10 ix. Joseph Moulton, born 1716 in Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts; died 27 August 1735 in Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts.


Generation No. 2

4. James7 Moulton (William6, James5, James4, Robert3, Thomas2, Robert1)6 was born 11 July 1700 in Windham, Windham, CT. He married Mehitable Hovey 10 March 1721 in Ipswich, Essex, MA. She was born 11 August 1703 in Ipswich, Essex, MA, and died Aft. 1755.

More About James Moulton:
Occupation: Shoemaker

Child of James Moulton and Mehitable Hovey is:

+ 11 i. Daniel8 Moulton, born 01 May 1735 in Ipswich, Essex, MA; died 16 April 1767.

5. Daniel7 Moulton (William6, James5, James4, Robert3, Thomas2, Robert1)6 was born 01 January 1703 in Ipswich, Essex, MA, and died 10 September 1730 in Ipswich, Essex, MA.

Children of Daniel Moulton are:

12 i. Sarah8 Moulton6.

13 ii. Elizabeth Moulton6.

9. Nathaniel7 Moulton (William6, James5, James4, Robert3, Thomas2, Robert1)6 was born 12 April 1715 in Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts, and died 17 February 17637. He married Katherine Averill 22 December 1736 in Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts, Topsfield VR 1:167, daughter of John Averill and Anna Greenleaf. She was born 03 November 1721 in Topsfield, Ipswich, Massachuesetts, and died 23 December 1794.

Notes for Katherine Averill:

The Moulton Annals, p. 153 gives her name as Catherine Nody, possibly a previous marriage?

Children of Nathaniel Moulton and Katherine Averill are:

+ 14 i. Nathaniel8 Moulton, born 07 March 1737 in Topsfield, Essex, MA Topsfield VR 1:70; died 23 February 1823 in Conway, Franklin, Massachuesetts.

15 ii. John Moulton, born 14 October 1739 in Topsfield, Essex, MA Topsfield VR 1:70.

 

Generation No. 3

11. Daniel8 Moulton (James7, William6, James5, James4, Robert3, Thomas2, Robert1) was born 01 May 1735 in Ipswich, Essex, MA, and died 16 April 1767. He married Hannah Hyde 04 November 1760. She was born 19 June 1738.

Children of Daniel Moulton and Hannah Hyde are:

+ 16 i. Gurdon9 Moulton, born 29 September 1763; died Bet. 1820 - 1825.

17 ii. Daniel Moulton, born 18 December 1765.

14. Nathaniel8 Moulton (Nathaniel7, William6, James5, James4, Robert3, Thomas2, Robert1) was born 07 March 1737 in Topsfield, Essex, MA Topsfield VR 1:70, and died 23 February 1823 in Conway, Franklin, Massachuesetts. He married Anna Kimball 03 November 1761 in Ipswitch, Essex, MA USA, daughter of Benjamin Kimball and Elizabeth Fowler. She was born 25 November 1742 in Ipswich, Essex, MA, and died 15 March 1815 in Hopkinton, Middlesex, MA.

Notes for Nathaniel Moulton:

From the Moulton Annals, P. 155-156.

Nathaniel Moulton, born in 1737, was a man of fine address, about 5 ft 10 inches in height, well developed and active. Born in Ipswich, near Boston, MA, when a colony, he served with honor in the war between France and England. Enlisting about 1754, was captured and imprisoned at Quebec by the French, with many others, who were so starved that they ate the raw flesh of rats and dogs. The prison was packed almost to suffocation, and many died from it. After some weeks of imprisonment, a French officer opened the door, and ordered 50 prisoners to prepare for shipment to England for exchange. A Newfoundland dog crowding into the prison, was choked down until the officer retired, when it was torn into as many pieces as there were prisoners; a piece of the tail, about 2 inches long, fell to Moulton's lot, which he was devouring, hair, meat and bones, when the 50 prisoners were ordered out. He was near the door, and dropping his sweet morsel, sprang out; the 50 were marched on ship-board, and fastened below the hatchway, as they outnumbered the crew. They soon learned they were heading for France, where they would, without doubt, be imprisoned, and resolved to take the ship if possible and steer for England. The fight was a hard one, as they only had marlin spikes, and such things as could be found below deck. When the hatch was removed, for letting down food and water, they pulled down the cook, gained the deck and captured the crew, after a desperate fight, none being armed except the captain and mate. All were driven below deck except one, whom they forced to navigate the vessel, and run her to England, and there it was given up to the government; the navigator was released and his expenses paid to France. They were much honored and awarded prize money, which far exceeded the cost of their return to America. His weapon in the deck fight was a light bar of iron, which he wielded with both hands, with good effect, much after the fashion of the Scots, in the use of the claymore in the time of Wallace.

Having been furloughed, he remained at home in Ipswich for some time, and when married, moved to Hopkinton, MA, where most if not all of his children were born.. Subsequently he moved to Conway, MA, where he died. He enlisted in our revolution, against England in 1775, and served in several campaigns. John, his eldest son went with him, and probably saved the life of his father, when suffering on the field of one of the battles in New Jersey; John carried water to him in his hat and secured aid for his removal. He was an accomplished wood engraver, but gained his living mostly by work in leather and manufactory of boots and shoes, when machinery was not far advanced for such business.

More About Nathaniel Moulton:

Burial: 1823, Punkin Hollow Cemetery, Conway, Franklin, MA

Military service: Bet. 1778 - 1779, Revolutionary War Veteran, DAR Patriot Lookup, Ref. Code RJXYAJK, Lookup Volunteer, Marilyn Bryan, Private, MA, no pension received.

More About Anna Kimball:

Burial: 1815, Woodville, Cemetery, Hopkinton, Middlesex, MA

Children of Nathaniel Moulton and Anna Kimball are:

+ 18 i. John9 Moulton, born 27 October 1762 in Hopkinton, MA USA; died 19 November 1831.

19 ii. Anna Moulton, born 03 July 1764; died 1830. She married Calvin Maynard 21 June 1784 in Hopkinton, Middlesex, MA.

+ 20 iii. Nathanial Moulton, born 10 October 1765 in Hopkinton, Middlesex, Massachuesetts; died Bet. 1823 - 1825 in Union, New York.

21 iv. Daniel Moulton, born 22 August 1767; died 07 February 1839. He married Lydia Pratt 06 October 1793 in Hopkinton, Middlesex, MA.

+ 22 v. Sarah Moulton, born 17 February 1769 in Ipswich, Essex, MA; died 21 November 1810.

+ 23 vi. James Moulton, born 07 August 1770; died 05 May 1816.

+ 24 vii. William Moulton, born 13 June 1772 in Ipswich, Essex, Massachuesetts; died 29 January 1852 in Leeds, ME.

+ 25 viii. Josiah Moulton, born 27 December 1773 in Hopkinton, Middlesex, MA; died August 1827 in Ashford, Catteraugus, NY.

26 ix. Jonathan Moulton, born 29 May 1776 in Hopkinton, Middlesex, MA; died 10 June 1797 in Brookfield, Spencer, MA USA.

More About Jonathan Moulton:

Cause of Death: drowned in a mill pond

27 x. Benjamin Moulton, born 16 February 1778 in Hopkinton, Middlesex, MA; died August 1802 in Savannah, GA.

28 xi. David Moulton, born 16 May 1780; died 26 May 1780.

29 xii. Betsy Moulton, born 05 September 1783 in Hopkinton, Middlesex, MA. She married Isaac Foster 05 July 1806 in Hopkinton, Middlesex, MA.

 

Generation No. 4

16. Gurdon9 Moulton (Daniel8, James7, William6, James5, James4, Robert3, Thomas2, Robert1) was born 29 September 1763, and died Bet. 1820 - 1825. He married Thankful Elwell, daughter of Samuel Elwell. She was born Bef. 1775, and died Aft. 1820.

Notes for Gurdon Moulton:

Was executor of Samuel Elwell estate and was listed in the will of Samuel Elwell.

More About Gurdon Moulton:

Military service: Received Revolutionar War pension, fought in CT line.

Child of Gurdon Moulton and Thankful Elwell is:

30 i. Gurdon10 Moulton, born 1811 in Windsor, Broome, NY.

Notes for Gurdon Moulton:

Gurdon was listed as under 10 in the 1820 census but he was listed as 9 years old in his father's will filed 12 Sep. 1820. Gurdon was listed as an only child.

18. John9 Moulton (Nathaniel8, Nathaniel7, William6, James5, James4, Robert3, Thomas2, Robert1) was born 27 October 1762 in Hopkinton, MA USA, and died 19 November 1831. He married Pattey Gibson 07 September 1786 in Hopkinton, Middlesex, MA.

Children of John Moulton and Pattey Gibson are:

31 i. Kimbell10 Moulton, born 27 August 1787 in Hopkinton, Middlesex, MA.

32 ii. Lucy Moulton, born 17 June 1789 in Hopkinton, Middlesex, MA.

20. Nathanial9 Moulton (Nathaniel8, Nathaniel7, William6, James5, James4, Robert3, Thomas2, Robert1) was born 10 October 1765 in Hopkinton, Middlesex, Massachuesetts, and died Bet. 1823 - 1825 in Union, New York. He married Betsy Grant 16 January 1788. She was born 1770 in possibly MA, and died Bet. 1820 - 1830 in Union, New York.

Notes for Nathanial Moulton:

The story is that Nathaniel and wife are buried on what was originally the family farm. I have problems with this. At the time Nathaniel disappears from the census at Union, Broome, NY., his father dies in MA. He could have gone back there. His younger son, Arba N Moulton picked this time also to move. Arba ended up in Michigan, but we lose track of him for about a 10 year period. Possibly Nathaniel went to Ohio or Michigan with his son Arba and died there. This would explain how my Gt-Gt-Grandmother Alice Delphine Moulton met her husband to be, Lucien Newell Ellis, in Ashland, OH. All speculation of course. However the graves in Broome County predate the presumed death of Nathaniel. Since the rest of the family made it to the cemeteries, why didn't he?

Birth place is based upon info in father's bible. The only vital records are recorded church records at this time. Over half of this family missed the vital records.

 

 

 

 

 

 

More About Nathanial Moulton:

Burial: possibly on the farm at Union, Broome Co., NY

Census1: 1790, Milford, MA, 1 FWM over 16, 1 FWF over 16, 1 under 16, no slaves. M637, Reel # 4, P. 367.

Census2: 1820, Union, Broome, NY, 1 male 45 or over, 1 female 45 or over, 1 free white female 16-26

Occupation: 1820, Farmer

Children of Nathanial Moulton and Betsy Grant are:

+ 33 i. Dana M10 Moulton, born 1788 in MA; died 13 December 1847 in Union, Broome Co., New York.

+ 34 ii. Arba N. Moulton, born 02 July 1793 in Milford, Worcestor, MA; died in Leoni Twp., Jackson, MI.

35 iii. Anna Grant Moulton, born 11 May 1795 in Milford, Worcestor, MA.

36 iv. Betsey Moulton, born 21 December 1797 in Stratton, Windham, VT.

37 v. Trina Grant Moulton, born 14 March 1802 in Stratton, Windham, VT.

22. Sarah9 Moulton (Nathaniel8, Nathaniel7, William6, James5, James4, Robert3, Thomas2, Robert1) was born 17 February 1769 in Ipswich, Essex, MA, and died 21 November 1810. She married Neverson Grant.

More About Sarah Moulton:

Baptism: 12 November 1769, Ipswich, Essex, MA, Ipswich VR 1:271

Children of Sarah Moulton and Neverson Grant are:

38 i. Chloe10 Grant, born 30 November 1786 in Hopkinton, Middlesex, MA.

39 ii. Sally Grant, born 01 October 1788 in Stratton, Windham, VT.

23. James9 Moulton (Nathaniel8, Nathaniel7, William6, James5, James4, Robert3, Thomas2, Robert1) was born 07 August 1770, and died 05 May 1816. He married Phoebe Bowman 20 March 1800.

Children of James Moulton and Phoebe Bowman are:

40 i. Lowel10 Moulton, born 14 January 1800 in Hopkinton, Middlesex, MA.

41 ii. Mary Moulton, born 30 June 1804 in Hopkinton, Middlesex, MA.

42 iii. Benjamin Kimball Moulton, born 22 March 1806 in Hopkinton, Middlesex, MA.

24. William9 Moulton (Nathaniel8, Nathaniel7, William6, James5, James4, Robert3, Thomas2, Robert1) was born 13 June 1772 in Ipswich, Essex, Massachuesetts, and died 29 January 1852 in Leeds, ME. He married Sarah Pratt Bef. 1799 in Leeds, Maine USA. She was born in Hanover, MA, and died in Leeds, ME.

Notes for William Moulton:

William was a private in Foss's Company - 2nd Massachusetts Militia - war of 1812 (from Gravestone)

More About William Moulton:

Burial: Dead River Cemetery/Knapp Cemetery - Leeds, Maine USA

Children of William Moulton and Sarah Pratt are:

43 i. Hannah Pratt10 Moulton, born 1799 in Leeds, Maine USA. She married Hamblin.

44 ii. Josiah Moulton, born 14 May 1802 in Leeds, Maine USA; died 19 January 1877 in Chesterfield, Maine USA. He married (1) Lane. He married (2) Laurinda Lane. He married (3) Sarah Brown. He married (4) Lydia Thomas 12 November 1865.

+ 45 iii. Gilman Moulton, born 11 June 1805 in Leeds, Maine USA; died 1901 in Leeds, ME.

46 iv. Stilman Moulton, born 11 June 1805 in Leeds, Maine USA. He married Esther Foss.

47 v. Othaniel Pratt Moulton, born 20 January 1809 in Leeds, Maine USA. He married Laura Gifford 25 August 1839.

48 vi. Elisha Pratt Moulton, born 19 July 1811 in Leeds, Maine USA; died 1898 in California.

49 vii. Nathanial Pratt Moulton, born 03 October 1816 in Leeds, Maine USA; died 11 April 1855.

25. Josiah9 Moulton (Nathaniel8, Nathaniel7, William6, James5, James4, Robert3, Thomas2, Robert1) was born 27 December 1773 in Hopkinton, Middlesex, MA, and died August 1827 in Ashford, Catteraugus, NY. He married Dorcas Faxon Thayer, daughter of Nathaniel Thayer and Dorcas Faxon. She was born 02 April 1778, and died April 1844 in Homer, NY.

Notes for Josiah Moulton:

Rev. Josiah was at the Maine Congregationalist Church from 19 Oct. 1819 till April 1824.

From the Moulton Annals, P. 161-162.

Rev. Josiah Moulton graduated from Dartmouth College, NH, 1802, studied theology, and was installed pastor of the Presbyterian Church in Oxford, Worcester County, MA, in 1805 and continued his pastorate until 1813. He then took charge of a church in Hamilton Centre, Madison County, NY, until 1819, when he was relieved on account of bronchial trouble, which prevented his preaching in large audience rooms. Subsequently he went to Broome County, NY, and preached in a schoolhouse, but soon discontinued for the same cause. He afterwords received an urgent call to take charge of a church in Wilkesbarre, Wyoming Valley, PA, and accepted; but in a year and a half abandoned preaching and moved to Whitestown, near Utica, NY., acting in missionary work at different places until1825, when he bought wild land in Ashford, Cataraugus, County, NY, 35 miles south of Buffalo, NY, from the Holland Purchase Company, which was sold at one dollar and a half to clergymen and double that price to others. He informed the company of the condition of his health, and offered to pay three dollars per acre, but they claimed that the rule of the office would be adhered to, and made out the papers at the lower price. As no mill-sawed lumber could be had, a log house was built, and land around it cleared and cultivated. This was in 1826. He died in his log house August 1, 1827 of bilious fever, in the 22nd year of his ministry, and was buried at Springville, Erie County, NY. His service was in a schoolhouse, the only place of worship, filled with those to whom he had preached short sermons. Services over, two lines were formed at the door, outward, and the remains and family passed between them, who then followed, singing as they walked to the grave. On leaving it, the same ceremony was performed, until the mourners reached their 2-horse wagon. Carriages had not then been brought into that country.

More About Josiah Moulton:

Burial: 1827, Springville, Erie, NY.

Notes for Dorcas Faxon Thayer:

Dorcas was the older sister of Gen. Sylvanus Thayer, U.S. Engineer Corps, who built Fort Warren and Fort Independence in Boston Harbor, and commanded West Point Military Academy from 1817 to 1833. A monument was erected to his memory at West Point in 1833. Dorcas taught him the Alphabet.

Children of Josiah Moulton and Dorcas Thayer are:

+ 50 i. Mellona10 Moulton, born 1806 in Oxford, MA; died July 1854 in Racine, WI.

51 ii. Jonathon Benjamin Moulton, born 26 July 1810 in Oxford, MA. He married Jane Emma Smith December 1843.

52 iii. Abigail Faxon Moulton, born 07 June 1812 in Oxford, MA; died 05 February 1815 in Oxford, MA.

More About Abigail Faxon Moulton:

Cause of Death: scalded to death

53 iv. Sue Maria Moulton, born 18 June 1814; died 27 September 1815.

+ 54 v. Abigail Frances Moulton, born 18 April 1816 in Hamilton, NY; died 24 March 1859 in Cazenovia, Madison, NY.

55 vi. Nathaniel Moulton, born 24 June 1820. He married (1) Charity McKee 26 October 1846. He married (2) Eliza Ann McKee August 1858.

More About Nathaniel Moulton:

Baptism: September 1820, Maine Congregationalist Church, Maine Twp., Broome Co., NY

 

Generation No. 5

33. Dana M10 Moulton (Nathanial9, Nathaniel8, Nathaniel7, William6, James5, James4, Robert3, Thomas2, Robert1) was born 1788 in MA, and died 13 December 1847 in Union, Broome Co., New York. He married Sarah 1814. She was born 1788 in Mass., and died 31 October 1852 in Union, Broome, New York.

Notes for Dana M Moulton:

Dana inherited the Farm from Nathaniel his dad. Alexis' Moulton in the 1880 census stated his father was born in Mass.

More About Dana M Moulton:

Burial: 1847, Riverhurst Cem., Union, New York

Census1: 1820, Union, Broome, NY, 1 male 26-45, 1 female 26-45, 1 son under 10, 2 daughters under 10.

Census2: 1830, Union, Broome, NY, 1 FWM 40-50, 1 FWF 40-50, 2 FWM 10-15, 1 FWF 10-15. We seem to have lost a daughter in the last 10 yrs.

Census3: 1840, Union, Broome, NY, 1 FWM 50-60, 1 FWF 50-60, 1 FWM 15-20, 1 FWM 20-30, 1 FWF 15-20

Occupation: 1820, Farmer

Witness to will: 1844, witness to will of Josiah Cafferty of Union, 1844, book 1, p. 134

Notes for Sarah:

 

In the 1850 census Sarah was at Alexis'. Sarah's obituary was in the 17 Nov 1852 issue of the Union News.

More About Sarah:

Burial: 1852, Riverhurst Cem., Union, New York

Census: 1850, Union, Broome, New York, 62 yrs old, in household with son and daughter., Born Mass.

Children of Dana Moulton and Sarah are:

+ 56 i. Alexis Addison11 Moulton, born 19 January 1814 in Otsego, NY; died 24 August 1889 in Union Center, Broome Co., NY USA.

57 ii. Olive Moulton, born 1821 in Union, Broome, NY.

More About Olive Moulton:

Census: 1850, Union, Broome, NY, 29 yrs old, in household with mother and brother.

58 iii. Nathaniel Moulton. He married Melissa Jane Luce 08 August 1844 in Broome Co., NY.

Notes for Nathaniel Moulton:

Nathaniel's marriage was reported in the Broome Co. Reporter on 14 Aug 1844.

Marriage Notes for Nathaniel Moulton and Melissa Luce:

Reported on 14 Aug 1844 in the Broome Co. Reporter. On file at the library. Rev E.P. Beecher performed the ceremony.

34. Arba N.10 Moulton (Nathanial9, Nathaniel8, Nathaniel7, William6, James5, James4, Robert3, Thomas2, Robert1) was born 02 July 1793 in Milford, Worcestor, MA, and died in Leoni Twp., Jackson, MI. He married Patience Virgil.

Notes for Arba N. Moulton:

Arba is on record as having purchased land twice in Michigan. This information is from the Bureau of Land Management web site.

The United States of America, Certificate # 11897,

To all of whom these Presents shall come, Greetings:

Whereas Arba N Moulton of Lenawee County Michigan has deposited in the General Land Office of the United States, a Certificate of the Register of The Land Office at Monroe whereby it appears that full payment has been made by the said Arba N Moulton according to the provisions of the Act of Congress of the 24th of April, 1820, entitled "An Act making further provision for the sale of the Public Lands", for the South East quarter of the North East quarter of section seven, in Township five South, of Range two East in the District of Lands subject to sale, at Monroe, Michigan containing Forty Acres according to the official plat of the survey of the said Lands, returned to the General Land Office by the Surveyor General, which said tract has been purchased by the Said Arba N Moulton.

Now Know Ye, That the United States of America, in consideration of the Premises, and in conformity with the several acts of Congress, in such case made and provided, Have Given And Granted, and by these present Do Give And Grant, unto the said Arba N Moulton and to his heirs, the said tract above described: To Have And To Hold the same, together with all the rights, privileges, immunities, and appurtenances of whatever nature, thereunto belonging, unto the said Arba N Moulton and to his Heirs and assigns forever.

In Testimony Whereof, I, Martin Van Buren, President Of The United States Of America, have caused these Letters to be made Patent, and the Seal of the General Land Office to be hereunto affixed.

Given under my hand, at the City of Washington, the second day of August in the Year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty seven and of the Independence of the United States the Sixty Second, By The President: Martin Van Buren, by A. Van Buren, Sec'y, Jos. L. Wilson, editing, Recorder of the General Land Office, ad interim.

The second certificate # 26053 was presented to the land office at Kalamazoo, Jackson County, with the following property description: the North East quarter of the South West quarter of Section Twenty Three in Township Two South of Range Sixteen West, on the District of lands subject to sale at Kalamazoo, Michigan, containing forty acres. This was dated 15 July 1854, President Franklin Pierce.

Anybody who wishes to see a copy of the original documents may go to <www.glorecords.blm.gov/patentsearch/>.

More About Arba N. Moulton:

Military service: 1812, Served in the War of 1812, received pension of $65.00 which was sent to Leoni, Jackson Co., MI

Child of Arba Moulton and Patience Virgil is:

+ 59 i. Elvira11 Moulton, born 01 October 1820 in Union, Broome, NY; died 02 August 1891 in Cambridge, MI.

45. Gilman10 Moulton (William9, Nathaniel8, Nathaniel7, William6, James5, James4, Robert3, Thomas2, Robert1) was born 11 June 1805 in Leeds, Maine USA, and died 1901 in Leeds, ME. He married (1) Lucinda Chesman Bef. 1834. She died 14 May 1853 in Leeds, Maine USA. He married (2) Almira Jane Jennings 21 February 1854 in Leeds, Maine USA, daughter of Henry Jennings and Hannah Lothrop. She was born 06 November 1821 in Leeds, Maine USA, and died 1901 in Leeds, Maine USA.

More About Gilman Moulton:

Burial: 1901, Moose Hill Cemetery, Livermore Falls, ME

More About Almira Jane Jennings:

Burial: 1901, Moose Hill Cemetery - Livermore Falls, ME

Children of Gilman Moulton and Lucinda Chesman are:

60 i. Ellen11 Moulton, born 28 May 1834 in Leeds, Maine USA; died 04 April 1877 in New Bedford, MA USA.

61 ii. Noah Chesman Moulton, born 21 January 1837 in Leeds, Maine USA; died March 1837 in Leeds, Maine USA.

62 iii. Lucinda Chesman Moulton, born 22 June 1839 in Leeds, Maine USA; died 13 February 1878 in Leeds, Maine USA. She married Francis Lewis 1861.

63 iv. Olive Amanda Moulton, born 05 October 1845 in Leeds, Maine USA.

Children of Gilman Moulton and Almira Jennings are:

+ 64 i. Henry Jennings11 Moulton, born 02 January 1855 in Leeds, Maine USA; died 06 January 1924 in Saginaw, Michigan USA.

65 ii. William Hurbert Moulton, born 01 April 1857 in Leeds, Maine USA.

66 iii. Oakes Gilman Moulton, born 11 November 1859 in Leeds, Maine USA.

67 iv. Ulysses Orman Moulton, born 13 August 1865 in Livermore Falls, Maine USA.

50. Mellona10 Moulton (Josiah9, Nathaniel8, Nathaniel7, William6, James5, James4, Robert3, Thomas2, Robert1) was born 1806 in Oxford, MA, and died July 1854 in Racine, WI. She married Moses B. Butterfield 1837 in Homer, Cataraugus, NY.

More About Moses B. Butterfield:

Occupation: Lawyer

Children of Mellona Moulton and Moses Butterfield are:

68 i. Emily11 Butterfield.

More About Emily Butterfield:

Occupation: Schoolteacher

69 ii. Fannie Butterfield.

More About Fannie Butterfield:

Occupation: Schoolteacher

70 iii. Mellona Butterfield.

More About Mellona Butterfield:

Occupation: Schoolteacher

54. Abigail Frances10 Moulton (Josiah9, Nathaniel8, Nathaniel7, William6, James5, James4, Robert3, Thomas2, Robert1) was born 18 April 1816 in Hamilton, NY, and died 24 March 1859 in Cazenovia, Madison, NY. She married Sylvester Nash 27 December 1837 in Homer, Cataraugus, NY.

More About Sylvester Nash:

Occupation: Merchant

Children of Abigail Moulton and Sylvester Nash are:

71 i. Henry Sylvester11 Nash, born 28 October 1838.

72 ii. George Stone Nash, born 08 May 1840.

73 iii. Charles Anson Nash, born 22 January 1842.

More About Charles Anson Nash:

Occupation: Dentist, New York City

74 iv. Mary Frances Nash, born 22 October 1843.

75 v. Spencer Moulton Nash, born 10 September 1845.

More About Spencer Moulton Nash:

Occupation: Dentist, New York City

76 vi. Mellona Emma Nash, born 15 May 1848.

77 vii. Ellen Louisa Nash, born 02 July 1852; died 29 March 1888.

78 viii. Katherine Nash, born 26 December 1854 in Homer, Cataraugas, NY.

79 ix. Frances Nash, born 04 December 1856.

80 x. Frank Nash, born 16 February 1859 in Cazenovia, NY.

 

Generation No. 6

56. Alexis Addison11 Moulton (Dana M10, Nathanial9, Nathaniel8, Nathaniel7, William6, James5, James4, Robert3, Thomas2, Robert1) was born 19 January 1814 in Otsego, NY, and died 24 August 1889 in Union Center, Broome Co., NY USA. He married (1) Katherine Loomis. She died 06 August 1848 in Maine, Broome Co., NY, USA. He married (2) Eveline Milliman 1850, daughter of George Milliman and Mary Bratt. She was born 12 February 1824 in Ransaelaer, New York, and died 27 July 1902 in Union, Broome Co., NY USA.

Notes for Alexis Addison Moulton:

From the Surrogate's Court, Broome County.

I Hereby Certify that in pursuance of an order of this Court made on the 11th day of October, 1890, W. H. Luce of the town of Union and Harrison Baker of the town of Union have been duly appointed Appraisers of the Goods, Chattels and Credits of said deceased, Dated July 25, 1896, J. A. Brown, Clerk of the Surrogate's Court. Eugene M Andrews, Notary Public.

Schedule A #1

Property set apart without being appraised, under the Revised Statutes and Laws of 1874, to the Widow of said deceased. All household property on the Homestead farm about 2 1/2 miles north of Union Village.

Schedule B

Property amounting in value to $150.00 set apart under the Laws of 1842, 1867 and 1890, to the Widow of said deceased, Cash ----- $150.00.

On 24 August 1896 Eveline Moulton was sworn in as Executrix of the Estate of Alexis A. Moulton, deceased, late of the town of Union in Broome County. Eugene M Andrews, Notary Public, also witness to mark (X).

Inventory consisted of the following.

One horse (bay) $100.00

One colt (brown) 32.00

2 cows 41.00

10 sheep 51.00

Double Harness 10.00

Wheel Rake 10.00

Note given to Alexis Moulton

by Sike Haines 25.00

Total $269.00

less money paid widow 150.00

leaving $119.00

I do not have the disposition of these items yet.

 

 

More About Alexis Addison Moulton:

Burial: 1889, Riverside Cemetery, Broome Co., NY

Census1: 1850, Union, Broome, NY, 36 yrs old, farmer, property valued at $600. Note: Name is mispelled Elexis on Census.

Census2: 1855, NY State Census, Union, Broome, NY, 40 yrs old, born Otsego, NY, 25 yrs residence

Census3: 16 October 1860, 45 Yrs old, farmer, value of Real Estate $1500, Personal Estate, $500, Union, Broome, NY, M653, Reel# 724, Census conducted by George Adams

Census4: 1865, NY State Census, Union, Broome, NY, 50 yrs old, married 2ce, farmer, born Otsego.

Census5: 1870, Union, Broome Co., NY, 55 yrs old, Born NY, Farmer

Census6: 1875, NY State Census, Union, Broome, NY, 60 yrs old, born NY farmer.

Census7: 14 June 1880, 65 Yrs old, born NY, Father born MA, mother born NY

Occupation: 16 October 1860, farmer, Union, Broome Co., NY

Notes for Katherine Loomis:

Services were held at the Maine Congregational Church, Maine, Broome, NY.

Notes for Eveline Milliman:

We have a situation where half of the info available says her name was Emeline and the other half says Eveline. Both her will and her husband's will says her name was Eveline. I am presuming that she knew what her own name was, so I am going with Eveline.

State of New York - Bureau of Vital Statistics, County of Broome, Town of Union, Certificate # 27783, Registered # 507, Certifying Physician, E.N Christopher, MD., Undertaker, D.L Whittaker, Date of burial, 29 July 1902. The Certificate gives her place of birth as Hoosic, Mass., however Hoosic is in Rensalaer Co., NY. Father is listed as George Milliman, born VT, mother is Mary Bratt, born VT.

Surrogate's Court, Broome County.

The Petition of Frank Moulton of the town of Maine in the County of Broome and State of New York, respectfully shows:

That Eveline Moulton late of the town of Union in the County of Broome, died on the 27 day of July, 1901, leaving a Last Will and Testament dated the 20th day of June, 1879, which is signed at the end thereof by the said testatrix and also by Charles L. Pitkin and Eugene M. Andrews as subscribing witnesses thereto.

That the said decedent was a citizen of the United States, and at the time of her death was a resident of the town of Union, County of Broome, and State of New York.

That your petitioner is the Executor named in the said Will.

That the said Will relates to both real and personal property; and the value of the personal property does not exceed the sum of twenty five dollars, and there is no real estate.

Your petitioner further states that the only heirs at law and next of kin, of said decedent, and their respective places of residence and post office addresses are as set opposite their names respectively, as follows:

Samuel Yates, a son residing at Union, Broome Co., NY.

Sarah F. Yates, a daughter residing at Union, Broome Co., NY.

Alice Delphine Ellis, a daughter residing at Gladwin, Gladwin Co., MI.

George Moulton, a son residing at Maine, Broome Co., NY.

Frank Moulton, a son residing at Maine, Broome Co., NY.

Last Will and Testament.

In the name of God, Amen, I, Eveline Moulton, of the town of Union, Broome Co., NY, being of sound mind and memory, and considering the uncertainty of this life, do therefore make, ordain, publish and declare, this to be my last will and testament, that is to say, First, after all my lawful debts are paid and discharged I give and bequeath to my daughter Alice Delphine Ellis one-half of all my beds and bedding.

Second. I give and bequeath to my son Frank Moulton, one bureau, one couch, one set (6) parlor chairs, one cane seat rocking chair, all framed pictures and one-half of all my beds and bedding.

Third. I give and bequeath to my grandson, Ray Moulton, one basket bed quilt.

Fourth. I devise and bequeath all the residue and remainder of my estate to my three children, George, Frank and Alice Delphine forever in equal parts, share and share alike.

Likewise, I make, constitute and appoint my son Frank Moulton to be executor of this my last will and testament, hereby revoking all former wills by me made.

In Witness Whereof, I have hereunto subscribed my name and affixed my seal, the twentieth day of June in the year one thousand eight hundred and ninety-nine.

Notary Public her

and witness to mark Eveline X Moulton (seal)

E. M. Andrews mark

Witnesses

Charles L. Pitkin, residing at Union Center, NY.

Eugene M. Andrews, residing at Union Center, NY.

More About Eveline Milliman:

Burial: 1902, Riverside Cem., Broome Co., NY

Cause of Death: Paralysis

Census1: 1855, NY State Census, 30 yrs old, born Rensaelaer, NY, 5 yrs residense

Census2: 16 October 1860, 35 Yrs old, Union, Broome, NY, M653, Reel # 724

Census3: 1865, NY State Census, Union, Broome, NY, age 40, born Dutchess Co., married twice, 8 children.

Census4: 1870, Union, Broome Co., NY, 45 yrs old, born NY

Census5: 1875, NY State Census, Union, Broome, NY, 50 yrs old.

Census6: 14 June 1880, 58 Yrs old, born NY, father born NY, mother born NY

Medical Information: According to the death certificate, Paralysis lasted 3 days.

Children of Alexis Moulton and Eveline Milliman are:

+ 81 i. Alice Delphine12 Moulton, born 17 April 1851 in Union, Broome, NY; died 29 August 1938 in Gladwin, MI USA.

+ 82 ii. George M. Moulton, born 1854 in Union, Broome Co., NY USA; died 1934 in Union, Broome, NY.

83 iii. Infant Moulton, born 15 December 1860; died 15 February 1861.

Notes for Infant Moulton:

Death reported in the Union News 21 Feb 1861 as infant child of A.A. Moulton, 2 mo's. old.

+ 84 iv. Frank Moulton, born 1862 in Union, Broome Co., NY USA; died 1940 in Union, Broome Co., NY USA.

85 v. Ida Moulton, born 1865.

More About Ida Moulton:

Census: 1865, NY State Census, Union, Broome, NY, 6/12 yr old, born Broome.

59. Elvira11 Moulton (Arba N.10, Nathanial9, Nathaniel8, Nathaniel7, William6, James5, James4, Robert3, Thomas2, Robert1) was born 01 October 1820 in Union, Broome, NY, and died 02 August 1891 in Cambridge, MI. She married Charles Dewey 30 March 1843 in Cambridge, MI. He was born 25 July 1823 in Concord, NH.

Children of Elvira Moulton and Charles Dewey are:

86 i. Malind Patience12 Dewey, born 16 January 1844.

87 ii. Ander Simeon Dewey, born 29 September 1845.

88 iii. Warren Chanley Dewey, born 18 June 1850.

89 iv. Eliza Mary Dewey, born 30 January 1853.

90 v. Charles Arba Dewey, born 01 August 1857.

64. Henry Jennings11 Moulton (Gilman10, William9, Nathaniel8, Nathaniel7, William6, James5, James4, Robert3, Thomas2, Robert1) was born 02 January 1855 in Leeds, Maine USA, and died 06 January 1924 in Saginaw, Michigan USA. He married (1) Annie E. Thompson 14 February 1883 in Battle Creek, Michigan, daughter of Clement Thompson and Emily Parker. She was born 04 July 1860 in Battle Creek, Michigan, and died 21 July 1908 in Skagway, Alaska. He married (2) Nettie Hobbs Aft. 1888.

Notes for Henry Jennings Moulton:

At 12 y.o. lived in Old Orchard Beach

Notes for Annie E. Thompson:

Quite a character...

Ran "The Woman's Exchange" in Battle Creek in July 1898

Known to be living in Battle Creek in April 3, 1885

Headstone in Skagway erected by brothers Ward T. Moulton and Clement Moulton.

Family tradition has it that she deserted Henry Jennings Moulton and ran off with a Royal Canadian Mounted Policeman to Alaska but research by Skip Anderson finds no record of an Annie Thompson "married to" any RCMP.

More About Annie E. Thompson:

Burial: 23 July 1908, Skagway, Alaska - Goldrush Cemetery

Children of Henry Moulton and Annie Thompson are:

91 i. Clement Richmond12 Moulton, born 02 February 1885.

+ 92 ii. Ward Thompson Moulton, born 03 February 1884 in Battle Creek, Michigan; died 15 March 1951 in Portland, Maine USA.

93 iii. Jennie Moulton, born 16 January 1888; died 1888.

 

Generation No. 7

81. Alice Delphine12 Moulton (Alexis Addison11, Dana M10, Nathanial9, Nathaniel8, Nathaniel7, William6, James5, James4, Robert3, Thomas2, Robert1) was born 17 April 1851 in Union, Broome, NY, and died 29 August 1938 in Gladwin, MI USA. She married Lucien Newell Ellis August 1878, son of John Ellis and Emely Johnson. He was born 09 July 1849 in Sullivan Twp., Ashland, Ohio, and died 23 August 1933 in Gladwin, MI USA.

Notes for Alice Delphine Moulton:

Michigan Department of Health - Division of Vital Statistics, Certificate of Death, State Office # 26 - 1212, Register # 29, Cause of Death, Myosanditis with complications of Senility.

From the Gladwin County Record, Aug 31, 1938.

Mrs. Alice Delphine Ellis, widow of Lucien Ellis, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs Adelbert Greer, in Gladwin, Monday Evening at 7:00.

Mrs. Ellis was born in Union, NY, April 17, 1851. She was married to Lucien Ellis in August, 1878, and to this union were born three children. Mr. Ellis and one son, Ray, preceded Mrs. Ellis in Death.

Mr. & Mrs. Ellis resided in Jonesville, MI, until 1885, when they moved to Gladwin county and settled on their land in Gladwin twp., where they converted timberland into the fine farm of today.

Surviving are one son, Lee, of Golden, Idaho; one daughter, Mrs. Adelbert Greer, of Gladwin; 5 grandchildren and 9 great grandchildren.

Funeral services are to be held today from the home of Mrs. Greer, conducted by Rev. Karl Keefer of Gladwin. Internment will be in McClure Cemetery.

More About Alice Delphine Moulton:

Burial: 1938, McClure Cemetery, Gladwin Twp., Gladwin, MI

Census1: 1855, NY State Census, 4 yrs old, born Broome Co., NY

Census2: 16 October 1860, 9 yrs old, Union, Broome, NY, M653, Reel#724

Census3: 1865, NY State Census, Union, Broome, NY, 13 yrs old, born Broome

Notes for Lucien Newell Ellis:

Michigan Department of Health - Division of Vital Statistics, Certificate of Death, State Office # 26 - 848, Register # 16, death occurred about 11:30 AM, 23 Aug. 1933. 18 Yrs. resident of county. Laid down on couch to rest and never woke up.

More About Lucien Newell Ellis:

Burial: 1933, McClure Cemetery, Gladwin Twp, Gladwin, MI

Occupation: Farmer, Master House Carpenter

Children of Alice Moulton and Lucien Ellis are:

+ 94 i. Ada May13 Ellis, born 17 February 1873 in Jonesville, MI USA; died 31 August 1953 in Gladwin, MI USA.

+ 95 ii. Rae Ellis, born 25 July 1881 in Jonesville, MI USA; died in Gladwin, MI USA.

96 iii. Lee Ellis.

82. George M.12 Moulton (Alexis Addison11, Dana M10, Nathanial9, Nathaniel8, Nathaniel7, William6, James5, James4, Robert3, Thomas2, Robert1) was born 1854 in Union, Broome Co., NY USA, and died 1934 in Union, Broome, NY. He married Emma Parsons April 1874 in Union, Broome Co., NY USA. She was born 1853 in Maine, Broome Co., NY, USA, and died 1929 in Union Broome, NY.

Notes for George M. Moulton:

George is listed as picking up meds for baby in 1875 in the Day Book of Dr. Dwight Dudley (1870-1880s).

More About George M. Moulton:

Census1: 16 October 1860, 6 Yrs old, Union, Broome, NY, M653, Reel # 724

Census2: 1865, NY State Census, Union, Broome, NY, age 10, born Broome.

Census3: 1875, NY State Census, 20 yrs. old, Broome Co., NY, Farmer

Census4: 12 June 1880, 27 Yrs old, born NY, Farmer

Occupation: 1880, Farmer, Broome Co.

More About Emma Parsons:

Census1: 1875, NY State Census, 21 yrs old, Union, Broome, NY

Census2: 12 June 1880, 26 Yrs old, Born NY

Marriage Notes for George Moulton and Emma Parsons:

George and Emma were married at the home of Henry Mercereau in Union by the Rev. Henry Benson. This was reported in the Union Weekly News dated 10 april 1874.

Children of George Moulton and Emma Parsons are:

97 i. Floyd Cecil13 Moulton, born 1870; died 17 October 1870 in Union, Broome Co., NY USA.

Notes for Floyd Cecil Moulton:

Floyd Cecil died at the age of 8 months. His birth was reported in the U.C. News, 24 Feb 1870.

98 ii. Gladys Moulton.

99 iii. Frank Moulton, born 1875.

More About Frank Moulton:

Census: 1875, NY State Census, 5/12 yrs old, Union, Broome, NY

+ 100 iv. Fredrick Alexis Moulton, born 1876 in Union, Broome Co., NY USA; died 1962 in Broome, NY.

101 v. Fay Moulton, born 1878 in Union, Broome, NY.

More About Fay Moulton:

Census: 12 June 1880, 2 Yrs old, Born NY

102 vi. Pearl M Moulton, born October 1879 in Union, Broome Co., New York.

More About Pearl M Moulton:

Census: 12 June 1880, 8/12 Yr. old, born NY

+ 103 vii. Hazel Beatrice Moulton, born 13 December 1901; died 06 February 1987.

84. Frank12 Moulton (Alexis Addison11, Dana M10, Nathanial9, Nathaniel8, Nathaniel7, William6, James5, James4, Robert3, Thomas2, Robert1) was born 1862 in Union, Broome Co., NY USA, and died 1940 in Union, Broome Co., NY USA. He married Lydia. She was born 1866, and died 1957 in Union, Broome Co., NY USA.

More About Frank Moulton:

Census: 14 June 1880, 18 Yrs old, Laborer

Child of Frank Moulton and Lydia is:

104 i. Ray13 Moulton, born 1886 in Broome Co., NY; died 1962 in Broome Co., NY.

92. Ward Thompson12 Moulton (Henry Jennings11, Gilman10, William9, Nathaniel8, Nathaniel7, William6, James5, James4, Robert3, Thomas2, Robert1) was born 03 February 1884 in Battle Creek, Michigan, and died 15 March 1951 in Portland, Maine USA. He married Hilda Teresa Brown, daughter of William Brown and Caroline Nelson. She was born 24 May 1879 in Portland, Maine USA, and died 09 April 1950 in Portland, Maine USA.

More About Hilda Teresa Brown:

Burial: 11 April 1950, Portland, Maine USA - Forest City Cemetery

Children of Ward Moulton and Hilda Brown are:

105 i. Ward Thompson13 Moulton.

106 ii. George Warren Moulton, born 21 June 1921 in Portland, Maine USA; died 09 August 1981 in Saco, Maine USA. He married Herbert.

More About George Warren Moulton:

Burial: 11 August 1981, Brooklawn Cemetery, Portland, Maine USA

 

Generation No. 8

94. Ada May13 Ellis (Alice Delphine12 Moulton, Alexis Addison11, Dana M10, Nathanial9, Nathaniel8, Nathaniel7, William6, James5, James4, Robert3, Thomas2, Robert1) was born 17 February 1873 in Jonesville, MI USA, and died 31 August 1953 in Gladwin, MI USA. She married (1) George W. Garden, son of Addington Garden and Mary Farrond. He was born 23 November 1866 in Ontario, Canada, and died 20 March 1901 in Gladwin, MI USA. She married (2) Adelbert Greer. He was born 1876 in Canada, and died 17 November 1953 in Gladwin, MI USA.

Notes for Ada May Ellis:

State of Michigan - Department of Community Health, Certificate of Live Birth, State File # 121-2-221, Jonesville, Hillsdale Co., MI, Registrar's name, John S. Frisbee, filed 1 Sept 1874.

 

 

More About George W. Garden:

Burial: 1901, Ridge Cemetery, Gladwin, MI

Children of Ada Ellis and George Garden are:

107 i. Eva14 Garden, born 22 November 1895 in Gladwin, MI USA; died 03 January 1983 in Gladwin, MI USA. She married William Arthur Ogg 25 November 1913 in Gladwin, MI., USA; born 22 October 1888 in Caradoc, Middlesex, Ontario, Canada; died 19 May 1966 in Gladwin, MI USA.

More About Eva Garden:

Burial: 1983, Ridge Cemetery, Gladwin, Gladwin, MI

SSN#: 372-44-3959

More About William Arthur Ogg:

Burial: 1966, Ridge Cemetery, Gladwin, Gladwin, MI

Census: 1920, Sage Twp, Gladwin, MI, 30 yrs. old, father born Canada, Mother born Michigan, T625

SSN#: 372-38-9237

108 ii. Mae Janet Garden, born 20 June 1900 in Gladwin, MI USA; died 28 March 1988 in Gladwin, MI USA.

95. Rae13 Ellis (Alice Delphine12 Moulton, Alexis Addison11, Dana M10, Nathanial9, Nathaniel8, Nathaniel7, William6, James5, James4, Robert3, Thomas2, Robert1) was born 25 July 1881 in Jonesville, MI USA, and died in Gladwin, MI USA. He married Minnie Klein. She was born 14 April 1873 in Ohio, and died 31 March 1976 in Gladwin, MI USA.

Child of Rae Ellis and Minnie Klein is:

109 i. Wayne14 Ellis, born 04 September 1915 in Gladwin, MI. He married Eleanor Breault 08 November 1936; born 06 September 1917 in Gladwin, MI.

100. Fredrick Alexis13 Moulton (George M.12, Alexis Addison11, Dana M10, Nathanial9, Nathaniel8, Nathaniel7, William6, James5, James4, Robert3, Thomas2, Robert1) was born 1876 in Union, Broome Co., NY USA, and died 1962 in Broome, NY. He married Cora Arlene Stowell, daughter of James Stowell and Phoebe Knight. She was born 1876, and died 02 April 1950 in Broome, NY.

More About Fredrick Alexis Moulton:

Burial: 1962, Riverside Cemetery, Broome, NY

Census: 12 June 1880, 4 Yrs old, Born NY

More About Cora Arlene Stowell:

Burial: Riverside Cemetery, Endicott, Broome, NY

Children of Fredrick Moulton and Cora Stowell are:

110 i. Bert G14 Moulton, born 27 May 1898; died 08 December 1976. He married Minnie Ellen Hughes; born May 1909 in Vennacher, Addington, ONt., Can; died 16 February 1990.

111 ii. Fay Clyde Moulton, born 28 September 1899 in Union, Broome Co., NY USA; died 20 February 1978 in Broome Co., NY USA. He married Leona E Corwin; born 18 June 1901; died 23 July 1993.

112 iii. Floyd Fred Moulton, born 04 February 1905. He married Marian Laura Martin 08 May 1926; born 01 January 1906; died 04 July 1970.

113 iv. Madeline M. Moulton, born 16 May 1914. She married William Corson 20 December 1941.

114 v. Pauline Moulton, born 10 November 1916. She married Ralph Russell.

115 vi. Maybelle Moulton. She married Moorehead.

103. Hazel Beatrice13 Moulton (George M.12, Alexis Addison11, Dana M10, Nathanial9, Nathaniel8, Nathaniel7, William6, James5, James4, Robert3, Thomas2, Robert1) was born 13 December 1901, and died 06 February 1987. She married Clayton Harvey 21 December 1918. He was born 1897, and died 03 September 1986.

Children of Hazel Moulton and Clayton Harvey are:

116 i. Evelyn Ellen14 Harvey, born 27 January 1920. She married Raymond Colvin; born 27 January 1920.

117 ii. Esther Harvey, born 08 August 1923; died 1988. She married Robert L Miller; born 03 November 1905.

118 iii. Beatrice E Harvey, born 04 June 1925; died 19 January 1999. She married Harold Eugene Getchell; born 16 March 1908.

119 iv. Lloyd James Harvey, born 24 July 1927; died 1985. He married Mation Shenk; born 22 January 1928; died 1967.

120 v. Beverly Jean Harvey, born 16 February 1930. She married Robert Frank Adams 05 April 1950; born 04 July 1928; died 2001.

121 vi. Charles Clayton Harvey, born 16 June 1932. He married Rosalind Talcott; born 20 August 1937.

122 vii. Ronald Moulton Harvey, born 12 April 1935 in Broome, NY; died 19 February 2002 in Broome, NY. He married Pauline Esther Marano; born 05 April 1931.

123 viii. Jerry D Harvey, born 14 October 1938; died 18 February 1999. He married Wynona Drumm 27 July 1957.

124 ix. Bonita D Harvey, born 07 May 1941.

 

Endnotes

1. Eben Hobson Moulton and Henry A. Moulton, A History of the Moulton Family, (W. P. Moulton and Children, Stuart, Iowa, 1905), 25.

2. Henry W. Moulton, Edited by his daughter Claribel Moulton, Moulton Annals, (Publisher: Edward A. Claypool, Suite 309, Bush Temple of Music, Chicago, IL 1906), 151.

3. Eben Hobson Moulton and Henry A. Moulton, A History of the Moulton Family, (W. P. Moulton and Children, Stuart, Iowa, 1905), 25.

4. Henry W. Moulton, Edited by his daughter Claribel Moulton, Moulton Annals, (Publisher: Edward A. Claypool, Suite 309, Bush Temple of Music, Chicago, IL 1906), 151.

5. Eben Hobson Moulton and Henry A. Moulton, A History of the Moulton Family, (W. P. Moulton and Children, Stuart, Iowa, 1905), 25.

6. Eben Hobson Moulton and Henry A. Moulton, A History of the Moulton Family, (W. P. Moulton and Children, Stuart, Iowa, 1905), 26.

7. Eben Hobson Moulton and Henry A. Moulton, A History of the Moulton Family, (W. P. Moulton and Children, Stuart, Iowa, 1905), 26, Eben Hobson Moulton has a death date of 1735 which would predate his marriage and the birth of his children.

Submitted by: Elvin Ogg to Broome Co., NY GenWeb site. He can be E-mailed at elvinogg@yahoo.com