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GARBRAND HOOKER, Susan HARKES (8GGM, 1593-1676) Wife of Thomas Hooker   |  Cambridge pioneer; our descent from
GAWKROGER PLATTS PRESCOTT, Mary (10GGM, 1596-1688) Wife of John Prescott   |  Founder of Watertown   |  Founder of Lancaster   | 
GEORGE MUNROE, Martha (1624-1672) First wife of William the Immigrant   |  Heroism, etc., in Pioneer Middlesex   |  Rescued Mary Ball; died 1672, leaving four small children
GERRY, Elbridge Signer of Declaration of Independence   |  Governor of Massachusetts   |  Resident of "Elmwood"   |  U. S. Vice President   |  Invented "gerrymandering"   |  Kin by marriage   | 
GOATES, Gwen SEELY (1C)
GOODALL YOUNG, Persis Dow’s first wife, mother of his first ten children   |  Photo   | 
GORDON, Azubah HENRY MUNROE (~1760-1847) Chart   |  Grave   |  Wife of 1C7R Dr. Joseph   |  Ransom
GORDON, Daniel Husband of Azubah
HALE SMITH, Emma Portrait  |  Mansion House  |  Nauvoo House  |  Smith Homestead  |  Spring House  |  Grave
HANCOCK, (Reverend) John, first minister in Lexington John Hancock and Jonas Clarke   | 
HANCOCK, Martha (2C9R, 1697-1712) Buried in Harvard Square
HANCOCK, Mary (2C9R, 1690-1712) Wife to John Parker, buried in Harvard Square
HANCOCK, Nathaniel Jr. (abt 1668-1755) Husband to 1C10R Prudence Russell   |  Great-uncle to John Hancock   |  Buried in Harvard Square   |  Location of grave   |  Gravestone   | 
HANCOCK, Prudence RUSSELL (1C10R, 1670-1742) Daughter of Joseph   |  Wife of Nathaniel Hancock, Jr.   |  Great-aunt to John Hancock   |  Buried in Harvard Square   |  Location of grave   |  Gravestone   | 
HANKS, Ephraim Knowlton (GGGU) Interesting uncle   |  Major frontier hero   |  Rescuer of handcart immigrants   |  Decker family   |  Among descendants of Oliver and Hannah     |   Mail carrier   |  Photo & obit   |  Married widow Harriet   |  Decker Family history   |  Nauvoo resident
HANKS, Harriet Amelia DECKER LITTLE (GGGA 1826-1917) Crossed plains with young George after Edwin’s death   |  Among descendants of Oliver and Hannah   |  Photo & bio   |  Obit   |  Born in Phelps, New York   |  Nauvoo resident   |  Decker Family history Decker family   | 
HARKES GARBRAND HOOKER, Susan (8GGM, 1593-1676) Wife of Thomas Hooker   |  Cambridge pioneer; our descent from
HARRINGTON MUNROE, Sarah (H8GA, ~1675-1752) Wife of Sergeant George   |  Location of grave   | 
HARTWELL, Abigail WHEELER (5GA, 1788-1877) Chart   |  Daughter to Oliver II, wife to interesting Uncle Simon   | 
HARTWELL, Simon II (5GU, 1783-1869) Interesting uncle, married to Abigail   |  Chart
HARTWELL ASHBY, Nancy (5GA) Wife of George Ashby   |  Shared house with Wheelers   |  Moved to New Hampshire; died there.
HENRY MUNROE, Sarah (1758-1828) Wife of Jonas   |  Mother of church incorporators   | 
HENRY MUNROE GORDON, Azubah (~1760-1847) Chart   |  Grave   |  Wife of 1C7R Dr. Joseph   |  Ransom
HERR, Hans (6GGF 1639-1725) Immigrant
HERRICK BRIDGE, Anna (1710-1730) First wife of John Bridge   |  Location of grave   | 
HOHENSTAUFEN, Heinrich VI (1165-1197), Holy Roman Emperor Held Uncle King Richard for ransom   | 
HOLMES, Wade and Kristie Current owners of Wheeler home in Elton   |  Welcomed us to their home   |  Took flowers to Oliver’s grave   | 
HOOKER, Mary STANLEY (6GGM, 1677-1753) Wife of Nathaniel Hooker of our Hooker line from the Cambridge pioneers   | 
HOOKER, Mary WILLETT (7GGM, 1637-1682) Wife of Samuel Hooker of our Hooker line from the Cambridge pioneers   | 
HOOKER, Nathaniel (6GGF, 1671-1711) Son of Samuel and Mary Hooker; husband of Mary Stanley   |  In our Hooker line from the Cambridge pioneers
HOOKER, (Reverend) Samuel (7GGF, 1633-1697) Son of Thomas and Susan Hooker; husband of Mary Willett In our Hooker line from the Cambridge pioneers
HOOKER, Susan HARKES GARBRAND (8GGM, 1593-1676) Wife of Thomas Hooker   |  Cambridge pioneer; our descent from
HOOKER, (Reverend) Thomas (8GGF, 1586-1647) Harvard Square homestead   |  First preacher in Cambridge   |  Brought his congregation to Watertown in 1633   |  In our Hooker line from the Cambridge pioneers
HOOKER HOWARD, Alice (5GGM, 1701-1750) Daughter of Nathaniel and Mary Hooker; wife of Samuel Howard   |  In our Hooker line from the Cambridge pioneers
HOPKINS, Damaris (9GGA) Mayflower passenger
HOPKINS, Giles (9GGU) Mayflower passenger   |  Buried in Eastham.   | 
HOPKINS, Oceanus (9GGU) Mayflower passenger
HOPKINS, (Pilgrim) Stephen (9GGF) Sailed to America on Sea Venture in 1609   |  Mayflower passenger   |  In our Mayflower line
HOPKINS SNOW, Constance (8GGM ~1607-1677) Mayflower passenger   |  In our Mayflower line   |  Married; settled in Eastham; buried there.   | 
HOWARD, Alice HOOKER (5GGM, 1701-1750) Daughter of Nathaniel and Mary Hooker; wife of Samuel Howard   |  In our Hooker line from the Cambridge pioneers
HOWARD, Samuel (5GGF, 1702-) Husband of Alice Hooker of our Hooker line from the Cambridge pioneers   | 
HOWARD SEYMOUR, Abigail (4GGF, 1728-) Daughter of Samuel and Alice Howard; wife of Joseph Seymour   |  In our Hooker line from the Cambridge pioneers
HOWLAND, Elizabeth TILLEY (died 1687) Mayflower passenger, 1620   |  Mother-in-law to Mary Willett’s brother   |  Buried in Rhode Island, among Brownes and Willetts   |  Inscription
HUBBARD RUSSELL, Mary (10GA, 1665-1738) Wife of Jason   |  Mother of Hubbard/Hobart/Hubert
HUNTER, Howard Preached Leola’s funeral   | 
HURD, Daniel (4GGF, 1743-1814) Perhaps from Killingworth, Connecticut.   |  Married Rebecca Smith.   |  Life events timeline; a quiet life in Sandisfield   |  Owned land in the Beech Plain section of Sandisfield.   |  Chosen as constable.   |  Apparently married Frelove about 1807, after Rebecca died.   |  Died, intestate and insolvent, in 1814.   |  Buried in Beech Plain Cemetery, Sandisfield.   | 
HURD, Frelove KIBBE SMITH (1749-1840) Widow of Grandpa Benjamin Smith’s son Joshua   |  Married Daniel HURD about 1807, after Rebecca died.   |  Not mentioned in Grandpa Daniel’s will.   |  Buried in Sandisfield Center Cemetery.   | 
HURD, Rebecca SMITH (4GGM, 1750-1806) Daughter of Benjamin and Ruth Smith, married Daniel HURD.   |  Buried in Beech Plain Cemetery, Sandisfield.   | 
HURD STILLMAN, Amanda (3GGM 1779-1834) Fourth of six daughters of Daniel and Rebecca   |  Mother to Jason   |  Second wife and widow of Appleton STILLMAN   |  22 years Appleton’s junior; bore him seven children in 14 years   |  Pregnant with Lucius, Appleton’s twelfth child, when he wrote his will.   |  Received Colebrook homestead in Appleton’s will; also inducements (softened in a codicil next day) not to remarry.   |  Their marriage brought the Stillmans into our Mayflower line   |  Still haven’t found her grave.   | 
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