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CARTER, Abi WHEELER
CARTER, Alfa Jean CARTER
CARTER, James
CARTER, Joseph
CARTER, Kenneth "G"
CARTER, Kenneth Goodliffe Jr.
CARTER, Lydia
CARTER, Verna May SEELY
CARTER WHEELER, Lydia
CARTER WHITCOMB, Betsey WHEELER
CASTILLE, Alianore de
CHANDLER, Nathan
CHANDLER, Ruth TIDD
CHAPEL, Sarah SMITH
CHAPMAN, Grace SAWYER
CHAPMAN
CHAPPELL STILLMAN, Sarah
CHARLEMAGNE
CHILD, John
CHILD, Mary WARREN
CLAPP, Roger
CLARE, Gilbert de
CLARE, Joan of ACRE de
CLARE de AUDLEY, Margaret de
CLARKE, (Reverend) Jonas
COE SAWYER, Drusilla E
COE SAWYER, Florilla S
COOLIDGE, (Deacon) Joseph
COOLIDGE, Mary
COOLIDGE, Rebecca FROST
COOLIDGE, Stephen, M.A.
CORNISH OLMSTEAD, Joyce
CROMWELL, Oliver
CUTLER MUNROE, Mary
CUTLER RUSSELL, Iohana
DANFORTH, Thomas
DAVIES RUSSELL, Martha
DECKER, Charles Franklin
DECKER YOUNG, Clarissa (Clara)
DECKER, Elizabeth Garratt OGDEN
DECKER LITTLE, Fannie Maria
DECKER LITTLE HANKS, Harriet Amelia
DECKER YOUNG, Harriet Page WHEELER
DECKER, Isaac
DECKER, Isaac Perry
DECKER SEELY YOUNG, Lucy Ann
DECKER, Vilate YOUNG
DICKSON, (Lieutenant) John
DICKSON, Mary RUSSELL
DILWORTH NEFF, Martha Ann
DOOLITTLE, Amos
DUDLEY, Nathan
DUDLEY, Sarah MUNROE
DUNAWAY, James Bryant
DUNAWAY, James Scott
DUNAWAY, Ruth Eloese ANDERSON
CARTER, Abi WHEELER (5GA, 1775-1846) Chart   |  Born in Acton   |  Born in Carlisle (also)   |  James & Abi
CARTER, Alfa Jean CARTER, 1931-2008) Among Seelys, Christmas 1941  |  Parents’Grave   |  Carters & Seelys
CARTER, James (5GU, ~1761-1847) Chart   |  James & Abi
CARTER, Joseph (5GU, 1798- ) Interesting uncle   |  Chart   |  Barnard & Betsey   |  Jason
CARTER, Kenneth "G" (Uncle, 1901-1993) Among Seelys, Christmas 1941  |  Grave   |  Carters & Seelys
CARTER, Kenneth Goodliffe Jr. (1st Cousin) On Sailor, in Park Valley  |  Carters & Seelys   |  Parents’Grave   | 
CARTER, Lydia Wife of Eli Wheeler   | 
CARTER, Verna May SEELY (Aunt, 1906-1999) Among Seelys, Christmas 1941  |  With Leola   |  Grave   |  Carters & Seelys
CARTER WHEELER, Lydia (5GA) Wife to our interesting Uncle Eli   |  Born in Carlisle
CARTER WHITCOMB, Betsey WHEELER (5GA, 1792-1879) Daughter to Oliver II, wife to two interesting uncles   |  Chart   |  Jason   |  Barnard & Betsey
CASTILLE, Alianore de (23GM, 1241-1290) In our Plantagenet line: First and beloved queen of 23GF Edward I Plantagenet, King of England   |  Infanta de Castile y Leon; daughter of 24GGF Ferdinand III of Castile y Leon; mother of four sons and eleven daughters, including 22GM Joan of Acre [Joan of England.] Buried at Westminster. Bereaved widower King Edward erected stone memorial crosses at the places where her funeral procession rested on its way back to London, from Lincoln to Charing Cross.
CHANDLER, Nathan (1762-1837) Husband of 3C6 Ruth Tidd   |  Location of grave   | 
CHANDLER, Ruth TIDD (3C6R, 1767-1846) Daughter of Lieutenant William and Ruth Munroe Tidd     |   Location of grave   | 
CHAPEL, Sarah SMITH (5GA, b. 1758)Daughter of Benjamin and Ruth Smith, married Richard Chapel.   | 
CHAPMAN, Grace SAWYER(~1878-) Two Generations from Caleb and Caroline Sawyer: daughter of 1C4 John Sawyer and Ella Loper   | 
CHAPMAN, Two Generations from Caleb and Caroline Sawyer: husband of Grace Sawyer   | 
CHAPPELL STILLMAN, Sarah (4GGA, 1760-1800) First wife to Appleton STILLMAN     |   Family of John and Rachel   | 
CHARLEMAGNE (38GGF, 742-814) Ancestor of our Plantagenets   |  King of the Franks; son of 39GGF Pepin the Short (d.768) and 39GGM Bertrada of Laon (d.783). Crowned Emperor of the Romans by Pope Leo III, 25 December 800. Husband (among others) of Hildegard, Countess of Vinzgau (38GGM, 758-783). Father of 37GGF Louis the Pious.
CHILD, John (9GGF, 1636-1676) Husband of 9GGM Mary Warren father of 8GGM Elizabeth Child Bigelow   | 
CHILD, Mary WARREN (9GGM, 1651-1734) Daughter of Daniel & Mary Barron Warren; wife of John Child   | 
CLAPP, Roger Headed initial (abortive) Watertown settlement 1630
CLARE, Gilbert de (22GGF, 742-8141180-1230) In our Plantagenet line: 4th Earl of Hertford, 5th Earl of Gloucester, 1st Lord of Glamorgan, 7th Lord of Clare, son of 23GGF Richard de Clare, 3rd Earl of Hertford (c. 1153–1217), from whom he inherited the Clare estates. Married 22GGM Joan of Acre in Westminster Abbey in 1290; father of 21GGM Margaret de Clare. A Magna Carta surety.
CLARE, Joan of ACRE de [Joan of England](22GGM, <1620-1707) In our Plantagenet line as the second Joan of eleven daughters of 23GGF Edward I and his first consort, 24GGF Alianore de Castile. Married Gilbert de Clare in Westminster Abbey in 1290; mother of 22GGM Margaret de Clare.
CLARE de AUDLEY, Margaret de (21GGM, 1293-1342) In our Plantagenet line as the second eldest of the three daughters of 22GGF Gilbert de Clare and 22GGM Joan of Acre. Countess of Cornwall, Countess of Gloucester. Her two husbands were Piers Gaveston and 21 GGF Hugh de Audley, 1st Earl of Gloucester. On 28 April 1317 she wed Hugh de Audley, 1st Earl of Gloucester at Windsor Castle. They had one daughter: 20GGM Margaret de Audley.
CLARKE, (Reverend) Jonas Graves of John Hancock and Jonas Clarke | Probably as influential as John Parker in setting up the confrontation on the Lexington Green |
COE SAWYER, Drusilla E (1843-1916) Two Generations from Oliver and Hannah Wheeler: wife of 1C4 Andrew F Sawyer  |  Two Generations from Caleb and Caroline Sawyer  | 
COE SAWYER, Florilla S (~1839-1875) Two Generations from Oliver and Hannah Wheeler: wife of 1C4 John Sawyer  |  Two Generations from Caleb and Caroline Sawyer  | 
COOLIDGE, (Deacon) Joseph (1C11R, 1666-1737) Buried in Harvard Square | Grave location | Gravestone |
COOLIDGE, Mary (2C10R, 1706-1707) Buried in Harvard Square | Grave location | Gravestone |
COOLIDGE, Rebecca FROST (~1668-1750) Buried in Harvard Square | Location of grave |
COOLIDGE, Stephen, M.A. (2C10R, 1708-1758) Buried in Harvard Square | Master of the Free School | Grave location | Gravestone |
CORNISH OLMSTEAD, Joyce (8GGM ~1584-1621) Wife of James Olmstead, Cambridge pioneer: our descent from
CROMWELL, Oliver banished James Adams | banished James Adams |
CUTLER MUNROE, Mary (H8GA, 1680-1713) Wife of Ensign William | Location of grave |
CUTLER RUSSELL, Iohana (10GA, 1660-1703) Wife of Philip | Mother of William and Philip | Philip and Joanna Russell | Location of grave |
DANFORTH, Thomas (1622-1699) Distinguished Cambridge magistrate; presided over legal entanglements between Munroes and Bacons circa 1672 | Able response to Bacon’s feeble arguments |
DAVIES RUSSELL, Martha (10GM, abt 1611-1694) Immigrant to America | Ancestor of our kin in Harvard Square Burial Ground | Lexington pioneer, founder of our Lexington Russell line | Lexington homestead, 1648 | Descendants in Harvard Square | Ancestor of Carlisle pioneers | My line of descent from | Of Cambridge
DECKER, Charles Franklin (GGGU) Interesting uncle   |  Family group   |  A very big man   |  Famous frontier scout   |  Two Generations from Oliver and Hannah Wheeler  |  Adventuresome obituary   |  Gravestone   | 
DECKER YOUNG, Clarissa (Clara) (GGGA 1828-1889) Decker family   |  Among descendants of Oliver and   |  Decker Family history   |  Born in Freedom, New York   |  The axe accident   |  In bronze   |  Portrait and autograph   |  Funeral   |  Decker Family history   |  With mother, among three pioneer women   |  Nauvoo resident Father’s grave and monument in Salt Lake  Grave in Salt Lake  | 
DECKER, Elizabeth Garratt OGDEN (GGGA) Wife of Isaac Perry Decker Raised Perry’s children without much help from him   |  Family group   |  Among descendants of Oliver and Hannah   |  Two Generations from Oliver and Hannah Wheeler  | 
DECKER LITTLE, Fannie Maria (GGGA 1830-1881) Decker family   |  Among descendants of Oliver and Hannah     |   Two Generations from Oliver and Hannah Wheeler  |  Born in Freedom, New York  |  Decker Family history   |  Nauvoo resident  |  Decker Family history   |  Father’s grave and monument in Salt Lake  Grave in Salt Lake 
DECKER LITTLE HANKS, Harriet Amelia (GGGA 1826-1917) Crossed plains with young George after Edwin’s death   |  Among descendants of Oliver and Hannah   |  Two Generations from Oliver and Hannah Wheeler  |  Photo & bio   |  Obit   |  Born in Phelps, New York   |  Nauvoo resident   |  Decker Family history Decker family   | 
DECKER YOUNG, Harriet Page WHEELER (3GGM 1803-1871) Chart   |  Born in Hillsborough   |  Moved to Salem   |  In our Benjamin line from the Cambridge pioneers  |  In our Lexington Russell line   |  In our line from key ancestors Oliver II and Hepzibah Wheeler   |  Among descendants of Oliver and Hannah   |  In our Lexington Munroe line   |  In our Lexington Russell line   |  In our Plantagenet line   |  Not of obscure Welsh extraction, as she claimed   |  DUP got her ancestry all wrong>   |  Carlisle descendant   |  Youth in New York   |  Wife of Isaac Decker   |  Married 1820   |  Settled in Phelps 1820   |  Moved to Freedom 1827   |  Two families   |  Nauvoo resident   |  In bronze Portrait Eldest of three pioneer women   |  Utah pioneer    |   Nice portrait; name misspelled   |  Younger portrait   |  Daughter Clara’s grave in Salt Lake  Daughter Fannie’s grave in Salt Lake  Grave in Salt Lake  Two Generations from Oliver and Hannah Wheeler  | 
DECKER, Isaac (3GGF 1799-1873) Husband of Harriet Page Wheeler, of our Benjamin line of Cambridge pioneers | Married to Harriet Page Wheeler, of our Lexington Munroe line | Married to Harriet Page Wheeler, of our Lexington Russell line | Among descendants of Oliver and Hannah   |  Two Generations from Oliver and Hannah Wheeler  |  Chart | Section | Father & Pioneer  |  Two families  |  Married Harriet Wheeler 1820   |  Settled in Phelps   |  Moved to Freedom 1827   |  Friend of Joseph Smith | Chronology | Decker Family history | "Mayor" of Warsaw | Nauvoo resident| Tenancy in Nauvoo| Not acknowledged on “This Is the Place” monument   |  …nor in Pioneer Park   |  Rancher Wife Harriet’s grave in Salt Lake  Daughter Clara’s grave in Salt Lake  Daughter Fannie’s grave in Salt Lake  Grave and monument in Salt Lake 
DECKER, Isaac Perry (GGGU 1840-1916) Interesting uncle   |  Born in Illinois | Son of Isaac  |  Among descendants of Oliver and Hannah   |  Two Generations from Oliver and Hannah Wheeler  |  Nauvoo resident | In bronze   |  Later portraits   |  Spoiled child, rascal, roustabout, drunk   |  Family group   |  Rescued young relative   |  Obituary   |  Decker Family history   |  Mother Harriet Page Wheeler’s grave in Salt Lake   | 
DECKER SEELY YOUNG, Lucy Ann (GGGM 1822-1890) Decker family   |  In our Benjamin line from the Cambridge pioneers In our Lexington Munroe line   |  In our Lexington Russell line   |  In our line from key ancestors Oliver II and Hepzibah Wheeler In our Plantagenet line   |  Among descendants of Oliver and Hannah     |   Two Generations from Oliver and Hannah Wheeler  |  Born   |  Born in Phelps, New York  |  Nauvoo resident   |  Nauvoo property Owned Lot 3 with Brigham   |  Decker Family history   |  Wife of Brigham Young
DECKER, Vilate YOUNG (GGGA) Decker Family history   |  Second daughter of Interesting Uncle Brigham   |  Wife of 3GGU Charles Decker   |  Married interesting uncle   |  Photo   |  Decker family   |  Two Generations from Oliver and Hannah Wheeler  |  Among descendants of Oliver and Hannah   |  Grave monument   |  Family group   | 
DICKSON, (Lieutenant) John Husband of Mary Russell   |  Buried in Harvard Square   |  Location of grave   |  Gravestone   | 
DICKSON, Mary RUSSELL (2C9R, 1708-1770) Buried in Harvard Square   |  Location of grave   |  Gravestone   | 
DILWORTH NEFF, Martha Ann (WGGU) Married Uncle Amos Herr Neff
DOOLITTLE, Amos Lexington/Concord engravings
DUDLEY, Nathan (1755-1835) Husband of 2C Sarah   |  Location of grave   | 
DUDLEY, Sarah MUNROE (2C7R, 1761-1801) Daughter of 1C John   |  Location of grave   | 
DUNAWAY, James Bryant (Uncle)
DUNAWAY, James Scott (1C)
DUNAWAY, Ruth “Oophie” Eloese ANDERSON (Aunt) Pappy’s sister   |  Wedding presents   |  Came to Temple wedding of Dave &Marta
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