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ADAMS, James "Goodman" (9GGF, <1620-1707) Early settler   |  Carlisle ancestor   |  Carlisle location   |  Creation of Carlisle   |  "Brother" to Benjamin Russell   | 
ADAMS, Prescilla RAMESDEN (9GGM, ~1646-1717) Wife of James Adams   |  Carlisle ancestor   |  Early settler   | 
ADAMS RUSSELL, Hannah (8GGM, 1670-1727) Wife of William Russell   |  Married to William Russell, in our Lexington Russell line   |  Mother of James Russell   |  Carlisle ancestor   | 
ALLEN, Elizabeth SMITH (5GA, b. 1762) Daughter of Benjamin and Ruth Smith, married Elihu Allen.   | 
ALLEN BENJAMIN, Lydia (9GGM, 1624-1709) Wife of John Benjamin of our Cambridge pioneer line   | 
ALMSTEAD, Elizabeth BUTLER (6GGM, 1643-1729) Wife of Joseph Almstead, of our Olmstead line from the Cambridge pioneers
ALMSTEAD, Joseph (6GGF, 1654-1726) Son of Nicholas and Sarah Almstead; husband of Sarah Loomis In our Olmstead line from the Cambridge pioneers
ALMSTEAD, Nicholas (7GGF, 1612-1684) Harvard Square homestead   |  Cambridge pioneer: our descent from
ALMSTEAD, Sarah LOOMIS (7GGM, 1617-1667) Wife of Cambridge pioneer Nicholas Almstead: our descent from
ANDERSON, Anna Eloese POULSEN (Grandmother, 1891-1987) Parents & grandparents by the fire in Price   |  Our neighbors in Ogden   | 
ANDERSON, Duane Brent (Brother, 1945-) Born 17 November in Ogden   |  Portrait, circa 1946   | 
ANDERSON, Francis Emanuel (Grandfather, 1890-1976) Parents & grandparents by the fire in Price   |  Our neighbors in Ogden   | 
ANDERSON, H. Duane (Father, 1913-1995) Married to Leola Seely, of our Lexington Munroe line   |  Wedding presents   |  Parents & grandparents by the fire in Price   |  Among Seelys, Christmas 1941
ANDERSON, Jens Peter (GGGF, 1826-1910) In four-generation fan chart   |  Family portrait, circa 1900   |  Musket   | 
ANDERSON, Joseph Emmanuel (GGF, 1859-1941) In four-generation fan chart   |  As son in family portrait, circa 1900   | 
ANDERSON, Justin Brent (Son, 1978-) Plantagenet ancestry   | 
ANDERSON, Leola SEELY (Mother, 1910-1968) Birthplace  |  Portrait as a teenager  |  In front of Brigham City homestead   |  In our Plantagenet line   |  Mayflower descendant   |  In our Olmstead, Benjamin, and Hooker lines from the Cambridge pioneers In our line from key ancestors Oliver II and Hepzibah Wheeler In our Lexington Munroe line   |  In our Lexington Russell line Parents & grandparents by the fire in Price   |  Among Seelys, Christmas 1941  |  Reading to us in Sunset   |  Adult portraits  |  Gedenkschrift for her hundredth birthday  | 
ANDERSON, Richard Bryan (Humble self, 1941- ) Such a Life   |  Links   |  Married Valerie, 1964   |  Among Seelys, Christmas 1941 Visited Nauvoo in 2001   |  I, my lords, am The Bore, at your service.
ANDERSON, Richard Bryan, Jr (Son, 1965- ) Plantagenet ancestry   | 
ANDERSON, Thomas Christian (Son, 1971-2013) Plantagenet ancestry   |  With Mary Beth, visited us in Utah in November, 2003   |  Chris and Mary Beth rented apartment on Winter Hill in Somerville where we stayed ini June, 2004
ANDERSON, Valerie JORGENSON (Wife, 1941- ) Married Richard, 1964   |  Visited Nauvoo in 2001
ANDERSON DUNAWAY, Ruth “Oophie” Eloese (Aunt) Pappy’s sister   |  Wedding presents   |  Came to Temple wedding of Dave &Marta
ANDERSON KRUMHOLZ, Rebecca Leola (Daughter, 1976-) Plantagenet ancestry   | 
ANDERSON OLSEN, Deborah Ruth (Daughter, 1974-) Plantagenet ancestry   | 
ANDERSON PARDOE WRIGHT, Florence Norma (Stepmother) Came to Temple wedding of Dave &Marta
ANDERSON POULSEN, Anna Eloese (GM, 1891-1987) Parents & grandparents by the fire in Price   |  Came to Temple wedding of Dave &Marta
ANDERSON RALSTON, Cynthia Lee (Daughter, 1972-) Plantagenet ancestry   | 
ASHBY, George (5GU) Brother of Hannah Wheeler   |  Complicated property transactions   |  Moved to New Hampshire; died there.
ASHBY, Nancy HARTWELL (5GA) Wife of George Ashby   |  Shared house with Wheelers   |  Moved to New Hampshire; died there.
ASHBY WHEELER, Hannah (4GGM, 1782- ) Wife of Oliver Wheeler III, of our Benjamin line of Cambridge pioneers   |  Married to Oliver Wheeler III, of our Lexington Munroe line   |  Married to Oliver Wheeler III, of our Lexington Russell line   |  Chart   |  Hannah’s descendant list   |  Descendants actually living in 1856   |  Four homes   |  Oliver & Hannah   |  Daughter Harriet   |  Son Benjamin   |  In Hillsboro   |  In Salem   |  Shared house with Ashbys   |  Children Charles, Henry, Clarissa   |  In Farmington   |  1820 census   |  In Freedom   |  Oliver’s sole heir   |  Probate of husband Oliver’s will  |  Descendants   |  Children and grandchildren   |  Daughter Harriet’s grave in Salt Lake  | 
BACON, Michael (1640-1707) William and Mary: the Short Version   |  Of prominent Woburn family; master and paramour of teenage Mary Ball   |  father of “Michael Billerica” Bacon   |  letter from Mary Ball   |  John Ball complained to Court   |  Arrested, jailed; broke jail, recaptured   |  Friends go his bail   |  Bastardy bond   |  bound by court to pay costs of raising “Michael Billerica”; six more children and respectable later life with wife Sarah   |  Embroiled with Munroes over swine   |  Summoned in matter of swine   |  A no-show at hearing   |  Coerced to next hearing by attachment of a steer   |  Found liable at next hearing   |  Countersued   |  Finding affirmed; appealed to County Court   |  Appeal lost; court costs added to previous judgment   |  Sued by Munroe over Mary’s cow, 1676; lost again   | 
BACON, Michael “Billerica” (Half-8GU, 1669-1759) Bastard of Michael BACON and Mary BALL   | 
BACON, Sarah RICHARDSON (1640-1694) Of prominent Woburn family; wife of Michael   |  may have raised “Michael Billerica” Bacon   |  six more children and respectable later life with Michael   |  Gave evasive answers to constable about swine   | 
BALL, Elizabeth PIERCE (9GGM, 1624-1665) Mother of Mary Ball Munroe   |  Immigrated from England, wife of John, settled in Watertown, mother of Mary Ball Munroe; insane by 1655   | 
BALL, Johanna KING (10GGM, b abt 1598) Grandmother of Mary Ball Munroe   |  Watertown founder 1630   |  Immigrated from England, settled in Concord; Grandmother of Mary Ball Munroe   | 
BALL, John (10GGF, 1580-1655) Grandfather of Mary Ball Munroe   |  Watertown founder 1630, listed on monument   |  Immigrated from England, settled in Concord; Grandfather of Mary Ball Munroe   | 
BALL, John (9GGF, 1620-1675) Father of Mary Ball Munroe   |  Immigrated from England, tailor, husband of Elizabeth PIERCE, settled in Watertown, father of Mary Ball Munroe; reproved in church for beating wife; abandoned family; collaborated in placing teenage Mary with Bacons   |  Complained to Court; remarried and massacred by Indians in Lancaster   | 
BALL, John (9GU, 1644-1722) Placed, age 12, with 5-year-old sister Mary, in home of Pierce grandparents   |  Sticks up for Mary in suit against Bacon over cow, 1676   | 
BALL, Sarah BULLARD (8GA, 1644-1722) Wife of John; confirms husband’s testimony in suit against Bacon over sister Mary’s cow, 1676   | 
BALL MUNROE, Mary (8GGM 1651-1692) Chart   |  My line of descent from   |  Ancestor of our kin in Harvard Square Burial Ground   |  Lexington pioneer, founder of our Munroe line   |  Location of grave   |  Graves of William and Mary Munroe   |  Grave of Mary Ball Munroe   |  Heroism, etc., in Pioneer Middlesex   |  William and Mary: the Short Version   |  Born in Watertown; parental family disintegrated; placed with grandparents, then with Bacons   |  Impregnated by Michael Bacon; sent away to Rhode Island   |  Warned out of Watertown   |  letter to Michael Bacon   |  Father John complained to Court   |  Gave birth to “Michael Billerica” Bacon   |  Letter to Court   |  Rescued by Munroes   |  Embroiled with Bacon over swine   |  Bacon found liable at second hearing   |  Countersued by Bacon   |  Finding affirmed; Bacon appeals to County Court   |  Appeal won; court costs added to previous judgment   |  Sues Bacon over cow, 1676; won again   |  God rest her all road ever she offended   | 
BARKER SEELY, Pansy Uarda Among Seelys, Christmas 1941  |  Grave
BARR MUSSER BITNER STARR, Anna (GGGA 1803-1893) Mother of Elizabeth Musser
BARR NEFF, Mary (GGGM 1801-1875) In the four-generation fan chart   |  Neff History   |  Life sketch Nauvoo resident   |  Nauvoo property Grave in Salt Lake   | 
BARRON, Ellis (11GGF ~1578-1676) Watertown founder 1630, listed on monument   |  Ancestor of our kin in Harvard Square Burial Ground   |  Descendants in Harvard Square
BARRON, Grace (11GGM. 1608-1650) Ancestor of our kin in Harvard Square Burial Ground   |  Descendants in Harvard Square Burial Ground
BARRON, Peter (2C10R 1702-1721) Harvard Square Burial Ground   |  Location of grave   |  Gravestone   | 
BARTLETT, Ashley Helped with Uncle Charlie Decker’s burial   | 
BELCHER RUSSELL, Mary (1641-1691) Wife of Joseph Russell   |  Mother of Abigail and Prudence
BENJAMIN, Abel (8GGF 1668-1720) Son of John Benjamin and Abigail Eddye   |  Husband of Abigail Stimpson   |  In our Benjamin line from the Cambridge pioneers
BENJAMIN, Abigail EDDYE (9GGM 1601-1687) Wife of John Benjamin   |  Cambridge pioneer: our descent from
BENJAMIN, Abigail STIMPSON (7GGM 1673-) Wife of John Benjamin, of our Cambridge pioneer line   | 
BENJAMIN, John (10GGF 1585-1645) Watertown founder 1630, listed on monument   |  Ancestor of Hepzibah   |  Harvard Square homestead   |  First constable in Cambridge   |  Home burned, 1636   |  Cambridge pioneer: our descent from
BENJAMIN, John (9GGF 1620-1706) Ancestor of Hepzibah   |  In our Benjamin line from the Cambridge pioneers
BENJAMIN, Lydia ALLEN (9GGM, 1624-1709) Wife of John Benjamin, of our Cambridge pioneer line   | 
BENJAMIN MUNROE, Mercy (6GGM 1714-1785) Chart 1   |  Chart 2   |  Carlisle ancestor   |  In our Benjamin line from the Cambridge pioneers   |  Married to Nathan Munroe, of our Lexington Munroe line   |  Married Nathan Munroe, 1738   |  Hepzibah & Oliver
BIGELOW, John (9GGF 1616-1703) Watertown founder 1630, listed on monument   |  As selectman, warned Mary Ball out of town   | 
BIGELOW, Mary WARREN (9GGM 1624-91) Daughter of John & Margaret Warren; wife of John Bigelow   | 
BITNER, Abraham (GGGU) Husband of Anna BARR MUSSER BITNER STARR
BITNER STARR, Anna BARR MUSSER (GGGA 1803-1893) Mother of Elizabeth Musser
BIXBY MUNROE, Aris (1797- ) Chart   |  Ransom
BOWRING, Benjamin L. (1903-1985) Grave   | 
BRIDGE, Abigail RUSSELL (1C10R, 1668-1772) Portrait   |  Context of Matthew and Abigail portraits   |  Daughter of Joseph   |  Wife of Matthew; niece to Benjamin   |  Lineage   |  Matthew Bridge Esq. and Abigail Russell   |  Location of grave   |  Epitaph   | 
BRIDGE, Anna HERRICK (1710-1730) First wife of John Bridge   |  Location of grave   | 
BRIDGE, John (2C9R, 1700-1776) John Bridge, Anna Herrick, Sarah Tidd   |  Location of grave   | 
BRIDGE, Levi (4C7R, 1784-1876) Buried in Harvard Square   |  Location of grave   |  Gravestone   | 
BRIDGE, Matthew (1668-1722) Portrait   |  Context of Matthew and Abigail portraits   |  Matthew Bridge Esq. and Abigail Russell   |  Location of grave   |  Epitaph   | 
BRIDGE, Samuel (2C9R, 1705-1791) Location of grave   | 
BRIDGE, Sarah TIDD (1711-1754) Second wife of John Bridge   |  Location of grave   | 
BRIDGE RUSSELL, Mary (2C9R, 1688-1716) Daughter of Matthew and Abigail; wife of Captain William Russell   |  Captain William and Mary   |  Grandmother of Phebe and Mary Russell Location of grave   |  Gravestone   | 
BRIDGE WATSON, Anna (2C9R, 1691-1718) Buried in Harvard Square   |  Location of grave   |  Gravestone   | 
BROOKS RUSSELL, Sarah Second wife of Philip
BROWNE, John (9GGF, 1585-1662) Grave   |  Father to Mary Browne Willett   |  Gentleman   |  Assistant to the Governor   |  Commissioner to United Colonies
BROWNE WILLETT, Mary (8GGM, 1604-1669) Daughter to Worshipful John Browne   |  Wife to Captain Thomas Willett   |  Buried in Rhode Island   |  Grave   |  Enclosure   |  Inscription   | 
BULL, Dorcas SMITH (5GA, b. 1746)Daughter of Benjamin and Ruth Smith, married John Bull.   | 
BULLARD BALL, Sarah (8GA, 1644-1722) Wife of John; confirms husband’s testimony in suit against Bacon over sister Mary’s cow, 1676   | 
BUTLER ALMSTEAD, Elizabeth (6GGM, 1643-1729) Wife of Joseph Almstead, of our Olmstead line from the Cambridge pioneers
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