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Generation Nine

187. Ann Elizabeth9 Babson (Isaac Newton8, James7, James6, Isaac5, James4, John3, James2, Thomas1); born 16 Apr 1824 at Warwick, RI; married George W. Bailey 3 Sep 1845 at Warwick, RI; died 21 Jun 1887 at age 63.

George W. Bailey was born in 1816. He died in 1897.

Children of Ann Elizabeth9 Babson and George W. Bailey were:

188. Sarah Spencer9 Babson (Isaac Newton8, James7, James6, Isaac5, James4, John3, James2, Thomas1); born 17 Mar 1828 at Warwick, RI; married Halsey H. Richardson, son of Joseph B. Richardson, 4 Jul 1850 at Warwick, RI, The Rev. Jonathan Brayton officiated. The groom was of Coventry, RI;2006 died 19 Oct 1883 at Providence, RI, at age 55 of consumption.

Sarah Spencer Babson was a beneficiary of the will of Jonathan N. Pierce on 11 Aug 1879 at Warwick, RI.2007

Children of Sarah Spencer9 Babson and Halsey H. Richardson were as follows:

189. James E.9 Babson (111) (Isaac Newton8, James7, James6, Isaac5, James4, John3, James2, Thomas1); born 10 Feb 1835 at Warwick, RI; married Emeline Williamson 17 Sep 1859 at Wayne, Green Co., WI; died 14 Apr 1903 at Bedford, IA, at age 68; buried at Blockton, Taylor Co., IA.

He began military service on 15 Aug 1862 when he enlisted in Co. B, 31st Regiment, Wisconsin Infantry. He was suffered from deafness and severe liver trouble following his Civil War service. He was honorably discharged on 20 Jun 1865 near Louisbury, LA.

James E. Babson (111) was a beneficiary of the will of Jonathan N. Pierce on 11 Aug 1879 at Warwick, RI.2008

Emeline Williamson was born on 11 Nov 1841 at Blockton, Taylor Co., IA. She died in Oct 1907 at Blockton, Taylor Co., IA, at age 65. She was buried at Blockton, IA.

Children of James E.9 Babson (111) and Emeline Williamson were as follows:

190. Elisha James9 Babson (112) (James8, James7, James6, Isaac5, James4, John3, James2, Thomas1); born 20 Feb 1834 at Smithfield, Providence Co., RI; married Mary Ann Chadwick, daughter of James Chadwick and Mary Ann Richardson, 28 Nov 1856 at Oxford, Worcester Co., MA;2011 he and Mary Ann Chadwick were divorced; married Adelaide Melvina Haskell, daughter of Capt. John Haskell and Rebecca Amidon, 4 Nov 1883 at Dudley, Worcester Co., MA;2012 died 24 Apr 1890 at Woodstock, Windham Co., CT, at age 56; buried at Mt. Zion Cemetery, East Webster, MA.

He appeared on the census of 1 Jun 1850 in the household of James Babson (62).2013 He served as a private in Company A, 6th Connecticut Volunteer Infantry during the Civil War. He was described as height: 5'7"; complexion: light; hair: grey; eyes:blue on his enlistment. He was disabled by rheumatism and discharged at Hilton Head, SC, in Mar 1863.

Elisha James Babson (112) sold land on 18 Nov 1875 at Killingly, CT, Signing off were his widow and their ten surviving children: Erastus, Juliette, Mary Jane, Elisha James, Isaac, Almeda, George, Henry, Ellen, and Estelle.2014 He lived at Plainfield, CT, in 1883. He stated that he was a mill operator at the time of his marriage in 1883.

Mary Ann Chadwick was born on 20 Jun 1833 at MA. She married James K. Logee. She died on 18 Apr 1910 at age 76. She was buried near the Babson Horatio lot in Westfield Cemetery, Danielson, CT.

Children of Elisha James9 Babson (112) and Mary Ann Chadwick were as follows:

Adelaide Melvina Haskell was born on 14 Mar 1841 at Dudley, Worcester Co., MA.2018 She died on 28 Oct 1927 at Webster, MA, at age 86.2019 She was buried at Mt. Zion Cemetery, East Webster, MA.

Adelaide Melvina Haskell left a will at Worcester Co., MA, dated 27 Oct 1925 in which she left a legacy of $1,000 to her step-son Ellsworth Chadwick Babson.2020

There were no children of Elisha James9 Babson (112) and Adelaide Melvina Haskell.

191. Isaac Holden9 Babson (113) (James8, James7, James6, Isaac5, James4, John3, James2, Thomas1); born 19 Dec 1835 at Smithfield, Providence Co., RI, although his marriage record indicates he was born at Coventry, RI; married Sarah Adelaide Bradford, daughter of Thomas Bradford and Sophronia (--?--), 7 Apr 1861 at Webster, Worcester Co., MA; Rev. F. J. Abbot officiated;2021 married Emily A. Larned, daughter of Simon Larned and Louisa Whittemore, 11 Sep 1872 at Oxford, MA;2022 died 7 Apr 1892 at Northbridge, Worcester Co., MA, at age 56.2023

He appeared on the census of 1 Jun 1850 in the household of James Babson (62).2024 He served during the Civil War as a private in Company K, 18th Connecticut Volunteers for ten months until he was discharged for ill health. He was as a mechanic variously at Danielsonville, Windham and Killingly, CT and Dedham and Whitinsville, MA.

Isaac Holden Babson (113) sold land on 18 Nov 1875 at Killingly, CT, Signing off were his widow and their ten surviving children: Erastus, Juliette, Mary Jane, Elisha James, Isaac, Almeda, George, Henry, Ellen, and Estelle.2025

Isaac Holden Babson (113) left a will on 12 Apr 1892 at Worcester Co., MA, in which he named his wife Emily, his daughter Ella and his son Charles who was "now in the U.S. Navy." If neither child was alive at his decease, the bequests were to go to his brothers, Henry and George Babson and his sister Almeda A. Colvin. His brother Henry was named executor.2026

Sarah Adelaide Bradford was born in 1829 at Westminster, CT.2027 She died on 15 Apr 1872 at Dedham, MA.2028

Children of Isaac Holden9 Babson (113) and Sarah Adelaide Bradford were as follows:

Emily A. Larned was born on 23 Aug 1847 at Oxford, Worcester Co., MA. She married George C. Child on 6 Sep 1898 at Oxford, MA.2032

There were no children of Isaac Holden9 Babson (113) and Emily A. Larned.

192. George May9 Babson (114) (James8, James7, James6, Isaac5, James4, John3, James2, Thomas1); born 30 May 1841 at Thompson, Windham Co., CT; married Sarah M. Gage 30 May 1863 probably Woodstock, CT; he and Sarah M. Gage were divorced; married Sarah Minerva Crandall, daughter of Joseph Crandall and Ruth Bradley, 3 Sep 1872;2033 died 3 Jan 1919 at Melrose, MA, at age 77.2034

He appeared on the census of 1 Jun 1850 in the household of James Babson (62).2035

George May Babson (114) sold land on 18 Nov 1875 at Killingly, CT, Signing off were his widow and their ten surviving children: Erastus, Juliette, Mary Jane, Elisha James, Isaac, Almeda, George, Henry, Ellen, and Estelle.2036 He and Sarah Minerva Crandall resided at Wisconsin before 1880 for a time but returned to Massachusetts. He appeared on the census of 1880 at Cambridgeport, Middlesex Co., MA.2037

Sarah M. Gage was born in Apr 1835 at Woodstock, CT. She died in 1904. She was buried at East Woodstock, CT. She appeared on the census of 1880 in the household of Jennie Estelle Babson at Woodstock, CT.2038 She appeared on the census of 1900 at Putnam, CT; as the housekeeper in the household of Phineas Wright.2039

Children of George May9 Babson (114) and Sarah M. Gage were:

Sarah Minerva Crandall was born on 10 Aug 1843 at Dickinson, NY.2041 She died on 22 Sep 1919 at Melrose, MA, at age 76.2042 She was buried at Wyoming Cemetery, Melrose, MA, with her husband. She appeared on the census of 1880 in the household of George May Babson (114) at Cambridgeport, Middlesex Co., MA.2043

Children of George May9 Babson (114) and Sarah Minerva Crandall were:

193. Harriet Maria9 Babson (Joseph Warren8, James7, James6, Isaac5, James4, John3, James2, Thomas1); born 15 Mar 1840 at Carbondale, PA; married Capt. Jacob Morris Lingfelter 3 Jan 1863; she and Capt. Jacob Morris Lingfelter were divorced; married James Otis Bullard 19 Dec 1883; died after 1905.

Harriet Maria Babson was a beneficiary of the will of Mary Simpson Babson at Providence, RI.2047 She resided at Fairdale, PA, on 2 Jun 1905 when she received the $3000 legacy from her Aunt Mary.2048

Capt. Jacob Morris Lingfelter was at hotel keeper, Fairdale, PA.

Children of Harriet Maria9 Babson and Capt. Jacob Morris Lingfelter were as follows:

James Otis Bullard was born in 1817. He died in 1899. He was at hotel keeper, Fairdale, PA.

There were no children of Harriet Maria9 Babson and James Otis Bullard.

194. James Mallory9 Babson (115) (Joseph Warren8, James7, James6, Isaac5, James4, John3, James2, Thomas1); born 6 Feb 1846 at either Carbondale or Dundaff at PA; baptized 22 Aug 1869 at St. James Episcopal Church, Dundaff, PA, along with his wife, Mae; married Mae Olmstead, daughter of Hawley Olmstead, 31 Mar 1873 most likely PA; he and Mae Olmstead were divorced circa 1890; married Nancy Evelyn Adams 7 Dec 1894 at Kern Co., CA; died 21 Feb 1925 at Edcondido, CA, at age 79.

He appeared on the census of 1880 where he was listed as a farmer.2049 He followed his elder brother John Warren to California circa 1890. He appeared on the census of 1900 at Township #10, Kern County, CA.2050 He was at Kern County in 1900 a grocer.2051

Mae Olmstead was born circa 1854. She was baptized on 22 Aug 1869 at St. James Episcopal Church, Dundaff, PA. She died on 10 Mar 1906 at Dundaff, PA.

Children of James Mallory9 Babson (115) and Mae Olmstead were as follows:

Nancy Evelyn Adams was born on 26 Jan 1868 at Encinatis, CA. She died on 24 Nov 1922 at Vista, CA, at age 54. She was also known as Mannie Babson. She appeared on the census of 1900 in the household of James Mallory Babson (115) at Township #10, Kern County, CA.2054

Children of James Mallory9 Babson (115) and Nancy Evelyn Adams were as follows:

195. John Francis9 Babson (James Vaughan8, John7, James6, Isaac5, James4, John3, James2, Thomas1); born 1824 at Providence, RI; married Sophia Eleanor Pidge, daughter of Benjamin Pidge and Lydia (--?--), 31 Dec 1848 at Providence, RI;2057 died 28 Apr 1899 at Providence, RI.

He was a baker. He and Sophia Eleanor Pidge lived at Constitution Hill, Providence, RI, They were living on Constitution Hill in Providence when their only daughter died, only one day old on 11 Dec 1850. After his wife died, John Francis Babson lived with his grandmother Isabella Vaughan at 186 Main Street, Providence, RI. He never remarried.

John Francis Babson was a beneficiary and served as executor for the will of Isabella Vaughan.2058

Sophia Eleanor Pidge was born on 24 May 1824 at Providence, RI. She died on 6 Jun 1860 at Providence, RI, at age 36.

Children of John Francis9 Babson and Sophia Eleanor Pidge were:

196. George Frederick9 Babson (116) (James Vaughan8, John7, James6, Isaac5, James4, John3, James2, Thomas1); born 4 Apr 1825 at Boston, MA; married Martha A. Harris, daughter of Henry Harris and Catherine (--?--), 25 Nov 1851 at Palmer, MA;2059 married Sarah Ann Card, daughter of James Card, 16 Jun 1859 at Adams, MA;2060 died 4 Oct 1910 at Pownal, Bennington Co., VT, at age 85.

George Frederick Babson (116) was a beneficiary of the will of Isabella Vaughan.2061

Martha A. Harris was born in Oct 1832 at PA. She died on 3 Aug 1856 at Adams, Berkshire Co., MA, at age 23.2062

Children of George Frederick9 Babson (116) and Martha A. Harris were:

Sarah Ann Card was born on 14 Jun 1836 at New Ashford, Berkshire Co., MA. She died on 16 May 1915 at North Pownal, VT, at age 78.

Children of George Frederick9 Babson (116) and Sarah Ann Card were as follows:

197. Clara Augusta9 Babson (Clara8Lane, Gideon7, Mary6Babson, William5, John4, John3, James2, Thomas1); born 13 Oct 1831 at Gloucester;2064 married George W. Walen, son of Michael Walen and Elizabeth Parsons, 1 Jan 1855; died 1881; buried 3 Oct 1881 at Folly Cove, Rockport.

George W. Walen. George W. Walen was master of the Abigail C. Woodbury, Urania, and the Laura M. Mangam. All three vessels were owned by his brother-in-law, David Clifford Babson(138).

Children of Clara Augusta9 Babson and George W. Walen were as follows:

198. David Clifford9 Babson (138) (Clara8Lane, Gideon7, Mary6Babson, William5, John4, John3, James2, Thomas1); born 1 Jan 1834 at Gloucester;2065 married Sarah Elizabeth Abbot, daughter of Eben G. Abbot and Sally D. Harris, 1 Jan 1857 at Rockport; married secondly Caroline I. Wheeler, daughter of Addison Gilbert Wheeler and Isabella Gilmor, 10 Feb 1880 at Rockport;2066 died 17 Jun 1897 at Rockport at age 63;2067 buried at Locust Grove Cemetery, Rockport.

He jointly owned Schooner Horatio Babson. He jointly owned Schooner Abigail C. Woodbury. There were numerous intermarriages between the Lanes, Griffins and Babson in Gloucester. David Clifford's mother, Clara Lane, being the niece of Capt. Gustavus Griffin who married Anna Babson [see family #21] and Mary Griffin, who married William Babson (35). They were both children of William Babson (21). In addition, Clara (Lane) Babson's brother, Gideon Lane, had married Dorcas Babson [see family #21], the youngest sister of Anna and William Babson. Clara's younger brother, Oliver Griffin Lane, had a son Clifford who died 26 March 1832, for whom David Clifford was given his middle name.

David Clifford was one of the owners of the Revenue, along with Gorham, John L. and George Babson. He also owned or partly owned the schooners Horatio Babson, Abigail C. Woodbury, Urania, and the Laura M. Mangam. His brother-in-law, George Walen, was master of the last three vessels. Under the name of Clifford Babson, he was also an owner of the Flying Arrow and the Pocomtuck in 1855. One may presume that his vessels were primarily involved in the fishing industry as he gave his occupation as "fish business" in the 1880 Federal census.

Sarah Elizabeth Abbot was born on 8 Oct 1833 at Gloucester.2068 She died on 23 Aug 1878 at age 44.2069

Administration was granted on her estate and David was appointed guardian of their children.2070

Children of David Clifford9 Babson (138) and Sarah Elizabeth Abbot were as follows:

Caroline I. Wheeler was born on 29 Mar 1856 at Rockport.2090 She died on 17 Apr 1932 at age 76.2091 She was buried at Locust Grove Cemetery, Rockport.

There were no children of David Clifford9 Babson (138) and Caroline I. Wheeler.

199. Charlotte F.9 Babson (Clara8Lane, Gideon7, Mary6Babson, William5, John4, John3, James2, Thomas1); born 28 Apr 1839 at Gloucester; married Horatio Babson Jr, (142), son of Horatio Babson (86) and Mary Norwood Pool, 1 Jun 1860 at Rockport;2092 died 16 Feb 1887 at Gloucester at age 47 of paralysis;2093 buried 17 Feb 1887 at Folly Cove Cemetery, Rockport.

The inventory of her estate included a one quarter interest in the schooner Gladstone, valued at $1,500.2094

Horatio Babson Jr, (142) was born in Oct 1837. He married second Ada I. Sykes, daughter of George F. Sykes and Louise Reed, on 1 Mar 1888. He died on 9 Jul 1902 at Rockport at age 64.2095 Charlotte was Horatio Jr.'s first cousin (see Family #84).

Horatio Babson Jr, (142) appeared on the census of 1880 at 17 Summer Street, Gloucester.2096 By 1900, as a widower, he was living with his brother-in-law, Joseph Edwin Hartwell, on Granite Street, Rockport.

Together with his cousin, David Clifford Babson, Horatio owned the schooners Horatio Babson in 1858, the Abigail C. Woodbury in 1867, the Urania in 1869 and the Laura M. Mangham in 1871. He was involved in the fishing industry.

Children of Charlotte F.9 Babson and Horatio Babson Jr, (142) all born at Gloucester were as follows:

200. William9 Babson (117) (John James8, William7, William6, William5, John4, John3, James2, Thomas1); born 5 Nov 1833 at Gloucester; married Mary Isabel Wyman, daughter of Oliver C. Wyman and Helen D. Powell, 19 Jan 1861 at Boston;2103 died 8 Jan 1919 at Gloucester at age 85;2104 buried at Oak Grove Cemetery, Gloucester, along with his parents, his wife, and his children Helen and Robert.

He was connected with the business life of Gloucester for nearly 60 years at the old Gloucester Bank and its succesor, the Gloucester National Bank. From the first of August 1862 until the fall of 1914 he was a cashier for the bank. William was also prominent in the Masonic fraternity.2105

William Babson (117) served as executor for the estate of Hon. John James Babson (65) on 27 Apr 1886. His son, William received a painting representing the home of some of his ancestors at Annisquam. Robert Edward received an illustrated copy of Goethe's Faust. John James, Jr. received the opera glass that had been purchased at Cologne. His wife, Lydia, "such books as she may select from my library." The rest and residue was to be held in trust for the benefit of his wife. His sons William and Robert Edward were named executors. A grandson, Robert T. Babson, administered de bonis non 8 July 1922 and Helen P. Babson and Mary C. Babson were sureties.2106

Mary Isabel Wyman was born on 25 Mar 1834 at Boston.2107 She died on 9 Dec 1917 at Gloucester at age 83.2108

Children of William9 Babson (117) and Mary Isabel Wyman all born at Gloucester were as follows:

201. Robert Edward9 Babson (118) (John James8, William7, William6, William5, John4, John3, James2, Thomas1); born 17 Oct 1837 at Gloucester;2119 married Fanny Wyman May, daughter of Silas May and Salome Tilden, 6 Jul 1874 at Boston;2120 died 10 Sep 1913 at Boston at age 75;2121 buried at Oak Grove Cemetery, Gloucester.

He was graduated Robert graduated from Harvard University in 1856 and soon began teaching at English High School. He served as Headmaster there for over thirty years. They were residing at 313 Columbus Avenue, Boston, at the time of his wife's death. He appeared on the census of 1880 at 313 Columbus Avenue, Boston, with his daughter and their housekeeper, Mrs. A. Meyers.2122

Robert Edward Babson (118) served as executor for the estate of Hon. John James Babson (65) on 27 Apr 1886. His son, William received a painting representing the home of some of his ancestors at Annisquam. Robert Edward received an illustrated copy of Goethe's Faust. John James, Jr. received the opera glass that had been purchased at Cologne. His wife, Lydia, "such books as she may select from my library." The rest and residue was to be held in trust for the benefit of his wife. His sons William and Robert Edward were named executors. A grandson, Robert T. Babson, administered de bonis non 8 July 1922 and Helen P. Babson and Mary C. Babson were sureties.2123

Robert Edward Babson (118) served as the final administrator for the will of Mary Hughes Babson on 27 Oct 1886.2124

Robert Edward Babson (118) sold to his daughter Mabel, on 11 April 1899, for $1.00, the land and buildings on Columbus Avenue that he had acquired from Herbert W. Field on 31 December 1875.2125

Fanny Wyman May was born on 19 Jul 1843 at Keene, Cheshire Co., NH.2126 She died on 22 Sep 1877 at Boston at age 34 of consumption (tuberculosis).2127

Children of Robert Edward9 Babson (118) and Fanny Wyman May were:

202. John James9 Babson (119) (John James8, William7, William6, William5, John4, John3, James2, Thomas1); born 13 Feb 1854 at Gloucester;2131 married Annie Russell Cook, daughter of Edwin L. Cook and Mary A. Sayward, 19 Jul 1877 at Gloucester;2132 died 3 Jun 1890 at Gloucester at age 36.2133

At the time of the 1880 Federal census, John and Annie were living with John's father 144 Eastern Avenue, Gloucester.2134 He was A merchant, John had a store on Middle Street. In the window was a model of the Eiffel Tower, which his son had received from a relative who had travelled abroad.

John James Babson (119) received a legacy from the estate of Hon. John James Babson (65) on 27 Apr 1886; John wrote his will 8 January 1878 and his.2135

Annie Russell Cook was born on 11 Jun 1856 at Gloucester.2136 She married Andreas W. Bohaker on 26 Jun 1897 at Gloucester.2137 She died at Faulkner Hospital, Jamaica Plain, at age 81 after a fall at her home, located at 135 Stratford Street, Boston on 2 April 1938.2138

At the time of the 1880 Federal census, John and Annie were living with John's father 144 Eastern Avenue, Gloucester.2139

Children of John James9 Babson (119) and Annie Russell Cook were:

203. Amanda9 Babson (Edward8, William7, William6, William5, John4, John3, James2, Thomas1); born 6 Apr 1836 at Gloucester;2143 married Edwin Hervey Davis 1 Jun 1859 at MA;2144 died 4 Aug 1889 at age 53.2145

Amanda Babson received a legacy from the estate her father on 15 Dec 1879. his legal heirs were listed as his daughters Hannah S. Babson, Mrs. Amanda Davis, and Isabel, wife of Gustavus Lane, all of Gloucester; his sons Edward, Jr. of Chelsea and Frank H. of California; and the minor children of Edward, Fannie G. Babson of Gloucester and George F. Babson of Chelsea.2146 She appeared on the census of 1880 in the household of Edward Babson (120) at 43 Congress Avenue, Chelsea; his sister Amanda Davis, Amanda's daughter Amanda S. and Edward's brother George F. were living with him.2147

Edwin Hervey Davis was born on 21 Nov 1833 at Newburyport.2148

Children of Amanda9 Babson and Edwin Hervey Davis were as follows:

204. Edward9 Babson (120) (Edward8, William7, William6, William5, John4, John3, James2, Thomas1); born 20 Sep 1839 at Gloucester;2150 married Harriet Chapin Rice, daughter of Micajah Cushman Rice and Margaret S. McQueen, probably at Providence, Providence Co., RI; died 26 Jul 1880 at Chelsea at age 40 of peritonitis;2151 his estate went through probate 6 Sep 1880;2152 he and Harriet Chapin Rice were buried at Woodlawn Cemetery, Everett.

He was For many years he resided at San Francisco, California where he was a partner in the House of C.L. Taylor and Company. In 1870 he moved to Boston where he became the resident partner of the firm. For several years the line was managed with great ability and success. He became sole manager of the line of California packets from Boston in May 1879.2153

Edward Babson (120) left a will on 21 Jul 1876. He left his estate to his wife, "knowing that she would provide for his two children."2154

Edward Babson (120) received a legacy from the estate his father on 15 Dec 1879. his legal heirs were listed as his daughters Hannah S. Babson, Mrs. Amanda Davis, and Isabel, wife of Gustavus Lane, all of Gloucester; his sons Edward, Jr. of Chelsea and Frank H. of California; and the minor children of Edward, Fannie G. Babson of Gloucester and George F. Babson of Chelsea.2155 He appeared on the census of 1880 at 43 Congress Avenue, Chelsea, his sister Amanda Davis, Amanda's daughter Amanda S. and Edward's brother George F. were living with him.2156

Harriet Chapin Rice was born on 22 Nov 1843 at Providence, Providence Co., RI.2157 She died on 7 Mar 1912 at Salem at age 68.2158

Harriet Chapin Rice received a legacy from the estate of her husband Edward on 6 Sep 1880.2159 She appeared on the census of 1900 at Melrose; a widow, with her daughter Margaret.

Children of Edward9 Babson (120) and Harriet Chapin Rice were as follows:

205. Isabella9 Babson (Edward8, William7, William6, William5, John4, John3, James2, Thomas1); born 14 Sep 1848 at Gloucester; married Gustavius A. Lane Jr., son of Gustavius A. Lane and Clarissa Peabody, 15 Dec 1874 at Rockport;2163 died 16 Feb 1917 at age 68.

Isabella Babson received a legacy from the estate her father on 15 Dec 1879. his legal heirs were listed as his daughters Hannah S. Babson, Mrs. Amanda Davis, and Isabel, wife of Gustavus Lane, all of Gloucester; his sons Edward, Jr. of Chelsea and Frank H. of California; and the minor children of Edward, Fannie G. Babson of Gloucester and George F. Babson of Chelsea.2164 Isabella Babson is head of household in the Gustavius A. of at 40 Granite St., Gloucester,. Enumerated with her was Isabella Babson Lane, Hannah Stanwood Babson, and Fanny Gilmore Babson.2165

Gustavius A. Lane Jr. died on 12 Nov 1894 at Gloucester.2166

Children of Isabella9 Babson and Gustavius A. Lane Jr. were:

206. Elinor9 Babson (William8, William7, William6, William5, John4, John3, James2, Thomas1); born 30 Jul 1852 at Boston, MA; married Philip Knap Hills Jr 11 Oct 1877 at Boston;2168 died 25 Nov 1928 at Arlington, MA, at age 76.

Elinor Babson was a beneficiary of the will of James Babson Jr. on 2 Apr 1883.

Elinor Babson was a beneficiary of the will of William Babson Jr (67).2169

Elinor Babson was a beneficiary of the will of Mary Hughes Babson on 27 Oct 1886.2170

Her obituary appeared in the 26 Nov 1928 issue of the Boston Transcript.

Philip Knap Hills Jr was born on 19 Jun 1849. He died on 2 May 1907 at age 57.

Philip Knap Hills Jr was mentioned in the will of James Babson Jr. on 2 Apr 1883.

Children of Elinor9 Babson and Philip Knap Hills Jr were as follows:

207. Catherine "Kate"9 Babson (William8, William7, William6, William5, John4, John3, James2, Thomas1); born 30 Jun 1855 at Boston, MA;2173 married Francis F. Elwell, son of David Elwell and Mary (--?--), 24 Apr 1878 at Boston, MA;2174 died 12 Oct 1916 at Arlington, MA, at age 61.2175

The 1880 census listed In his household were his daughter and son-in-law Francis Elwell, and his grandson William Davison Elwell in the household of William Babson Jr (67), in 263 Shawmut Street, Boston.2176

Catherine "Kate" Babson was a beneficiary of the will of James Babson Jr. on 2 Apr 1883.

Catherine "Kate" Babson was a beneficiary of the will of William Babson Jr (67).2177

Catherine "Kate" Babson was a beneficiary of the will of Mary Hughes Babson on 27 Oct 1886.2178

Francis F. Elwell was born in 1840. He died on 14 Feb 1893. The 1880 census listed In his household were his daughter and son-in-law Francis Elwell, and his grandson William Davison Elwell in the household of William Babson Jr (67), in 263 Shawmut Street, Boston.2179

Francis F. Elwell was mentioned in the will of James Babson Jr. on 2 Apr 1883.

Children of Catherine "Kate"9 Babson and Francis F. Elwell were as follows:

208. Abigail Hughes9 Babson (William8, William7, William6, William5, John4, John3, James2, Thomas1); born 27 May 1857 at Boston, MA;2183 married John F. Lovejoy 22 Sep 1886 at Boston, MA.2184

Abigail Hughes Babson was a beneficiary of the will of James Babson Jr. on 2 Apr 1883.

Abigail Hughes Babson was a beneficiary of the will of William Babson Jr (67).2185

Abigail Hughes Babson was a beneficiary of the will of Mary Hughes Babson on 27 Oct 1886.2186 She and John F. Lovejoy moved to at NY in 1887.

Children of Abigail Hughes9 Babson and John F. Lovejoy were as follows:

209. Emily9 Babson (William Rogers8, John7, William6, William5, John4, John3, James2, Thomas1); born 7 Feb 1846 at Boston, MA; married Isaac Standish Holbrook 25 Dec 1869; died after 1880.

The an unknown person listed Emily Babson in addition to Charlotte Beals Gorham, Charlotte Augusta Babson, Isaac Standish Holbrook, Lora Holbrook, Augustus Thatcher Holbrook, and Isaac Standish Holbrook in the household of William Rogers Babson (68), in 30 Park Place, Brooklyn, NY.2191

Isaac Standish Holbrook. The an unknown person listed Isaac Standish Holbrook in addition to Charlotte Beals Gorham, Charlotte Augusta Babson, Emily Babson, Lora Holbrook, Augustus Thatcher Holbrook, and Isaac Standish Holbrook in the household of William Rogers Babson (68), in 30 Park Place, Brooklyn, NY.2192

Children of Emily9 Babson and Isaac Standish Holbrook were as follows:

210. Arthur Clifford9 Babson (121) (William Rogers8, John7, William6, William5, John4, John3, James2, Thomas1); born 20 Aug 1848 at Boston, MA; married Harriet Elizabeth Rea, daughter of Richard Rea and Anne J. Darby, at Brooklyn, NY; died 8 Nov 1906 at South Orange, Essex Co., NJ, at age 58.

Arthur worked as a City Engineer residing in Boston from 1867 to at least 1870. His name then appears in the Brooklyn, New York City Directory for 1880 and indicates that he is in the cement business.

His obituary, which appeared in The New York Times of 10 November 1906, on page 9, said:

Arthur Clifford Babson, one of the first men to import cement into this country, died last night at his residence, "Stonycroft" on Ridgewood Road, South Orange. He had been ill for several months. Mr. Babson was a partner in the firm of Sinclair and Babson.

According to the obituary which appeared in The Boston Evening Transcript of 10 November 1906, he had been in business at St. Louis for five years.2196,2197,2198,2199

Harriet Elizabeth Rea was born on 3 Oct 1855. She died on 24 Jul 1945 at Orange, Essex Co., NJ, at age 89.

Children of Arthur Clifford9 Babson (121) and Harriet Elizabeth Rea were as follows:

211. Sarah Stuart9 Babson (John8, John7, William6, William5, John4, John3, James2, Thomas1); born 2 Sep 1845 at Wiscasset, ME; married Joseph Emerson Smith, son of Maine Governor Samuel Emerson Smith, 5 Sep 1865; died 25 Aug 1870 at Tannersville, Greene Co., NY, at age 24, of consumption.

Joseph Emerson Smith was born on 19 Mar 1845 at Augusta, Kennebec Co., ME. He died on 16 Jun 1881 at Chicago, Cook Co., IL, at age 36. He was Joseph was a law partner of Melville W. Fisher, who later was the Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court. He built a lovely house on Lee Street, Wiscasset for his bride, which was still standing in 1976. He was the author of Oakridge, a novel whose scene was laid in Wiscasset, Maine.

Children of Sarah Stuart9 Babson and Joseph Emerson Smith were as follows:

212. Thomas McCrate9 Babson (122) (John8, John7, William6, William5, John4, John3, James2, Thomas1); born 28 May 1847 at Wiscasset, Hancock Co., ME; married Helen Stevens, daughter of Joseph L. Stevens and Caroline Foster, 30 Jun 1890 at Gloucester;2209 died 5 Mar 1912 at Boston at age 64.2210

He was graduated Thomas graduated from Harvard Law School in 1868 and served as a State Representative for many years. According to his daughter, Ruth, he put himself through Law School by teaching in the Boston school system. He served the City of Boston as City Solicitor and Corporation Counsel. His daughter went on to say that he was devoted to the city and always worked for its welfare; a well known and respected figure in Boston politics.

Thomas McCrate Babson (122) served as the administrator for the will of Mary Hughes Babson on 27 Oct 1886.2211

Helen Stevens was born on 25 Apr 1852 at Gloucester.2212 She died on 14 Jun 1934 at 62 Eastern Point Road, Gloucester, at age 82.2213 She was appointed guardian of their daughter Ruth.2214

Children of Thomas McCrate9 Babson (122) and Helen Stevens both born at Boston were as follows:

213. Emeline Rogers 'Emma'9 Babson (Nathaniel8, Nathaniel7, William6, William5, John4, John3, James2, Thomas1); born 31 Mar 1839 at Gloucester;2220 married William Hovey Friend, son of Elbridge G Friend and Alinda Berry, 15 Jun 1869 at Gloucester;2221 died 12 Mar 1903 at Napa, Napa Co., CA, at age 63.2222

Emeline Rogers 'Emma' Babson and William Hovey Friend lived at 222 11th Street, Oakland, Alameda Co., CA, on 10 Jun 1897 when she joined the Mayflower Descendants. She and William Hovey Friend appeared on the census of 1900 at 222 11th Street, Oakland, Alameda Co., CA, Roger Berry Friend and Maria Rogers Babson appeared with them.2223

William Hovey Friend was born on 6 Feb 1840 at Gloucester.2224

Children of Emeline Rogers 'Emma'9 Babson and William Hovey Friend were as follows:

214. John Low9 Babson Jr (123) (John Low8, Nathaniel7, William6, William5, John4, John3, James2, Thomas1); born 12 Jan 1837 at Gloucester; married Amanda S. Tucker, daughter of Gideon Tucker and Dorcas Harvey, 27 Jul 1860 at Gloucester;2226 died 27 Oct 1866 at Gloucester at age 29 accidently shot in a hunting accident at Ipswich Bay. He was was "passionately fond of hunting and fishing." While he was gunning in a dory in Ipswich Bay, a sudden wave caused "the premature discharge of a gun and (he) was mortally wounded." His dying words "were of consolation, declaring no one was to blame;"2227,2228

Bond was posted for the administration of his intestate estate on 6 November 1866.2229

He was a painter.2230

Amanda S. Tucker was born on 19 Oct 1837 at Gloucester.2231 She died on 15 Jan 1908 at Gloucester at age 70.2232

Children of John Low9 Babson Jr (123) and Amanda S. Tucker all born at Gloucester were as follows:

215. Eliza Gorham 'Lizzie'9 Babson (John Low8, Nathaniel7, William6, William5, John4, John3, James2, Thomas1); born 22 Aug 1838 at Gloucester;2243 married Samuel Curtis Jr 25 Nov 1860 at Gloucester;2244 died 26 Jan 1910 at age 71.2245

Samuel Curtis Jr died on 23 Dec 1919.

Children of Eliza Gorham 'Lizzie'9 Babson and Samuel Curtis Jr were as follows:

216. Osman9 Babson (124) (John Low8, Nathaniel7, William6, William5, John4, John3, James2, Thomas1); born 14 Mar 1842 at Gloucester; married Marcia Lee Duley, daughter of Nathaniel Duley and Elizabeth Jones, 25 Dec 1864 at Gloucester on Christmas Day. The marriage ceremony took place at her family's home, where she had been born, located on Leonard Street in the Annisquam section of town;2248 died 30 Nov 1908 at Gloucester at age 66.2249

For many years Osman was the Gloucester city carpenter. In 1882 he began operating the farm in Riverdale, which his father had purchased that year from the Pearce heirs. He developed a truck gardening, apple orchard and dairy business, which was carried on by his son, Elmer Warren Babson. An 1888 article in the New York Weekly Press stated that "When [Osman] Babson bought the farm, it was completely run out...now he has one of the thriftiest farms in Mass."2250

Osman enlisted for service in the Civil War on 13 August 1862 and was assigned to Company G, 8th Regiment, Massachusetts Volunteer Militia. He was mustered out on 7 August 1863. His regiment lost only eleven men, and they were all to disease. He appeared on the census of 1880 at 124 Washington Street, Gloucester.2251

Marcia Lee Duley was born on 24 Jul 1845 at Gloucester.2252,2253 She died on 8 Oct 1911 at Gloucester at age 66.2254,2255 For a time Marcia was a school teacher at the Bradford School.

Children of Osman9 Babson (124) and Marcia Lee Duley all born at Gloucester were as follows:

217. Edward9 Babson (125) (John Low8, Nathaniel7, William6, William5, John4, John3, James2, Thomas1); born 11 Sep 1844 at Gloucester;2269 married Harriet Pearce 'Hattie' Chard, daughter of Ezekiel W. Chard and Betsey Marchant Lane, 10 May 1868 at Gloucester;2270 died 2 Jul 1897 at Gloucester at age 52;2271 Edward Babson (125) and Harriet Pearce 'Hattie' Chard were buried at Oak Grove Cemetery, Gloucester, with Hattie C. Babson and Bradford D. Reed.

Edward was a boot and shoe dealer, residing at 6 Wesley Street in Gloucester at the time of the 1880 U.S. census.2272

Elmer W. Babson of Gloucester stated that Edward Babson, his uncle, was deceased and petitioned to be administrator de bonis non of his grand father's estateThe heirs were Mary L. Jackman, Louise Bates, Emma B. Curtiss, Edna B. Griffin, Hattie C. Reed, Albert D. Babson, and Florence W. Babson, guardian for Alice E. Babson.2273

Harriet Pearce 'Hattie' Chard was born on 11 Jun 1847 at Gloucester.2274,2275 She died on 19 Jun 1921 at Gloucester at age 74.2276,2277

At Hattie's death her daughters were the heirs and her son-in-law, James Hollis Griffin, was the administrator of her estate.2278

When her father's estate was divided on 1 October 1894, Hattie received a one-twelfth interest in real estate at Bay View in which he had had a life interest.

Children of Edward9 Babson (125) and Harriet Pearce 'Hattie' Chard both born at Gloucester were as follows:

218. David Low9 Davis (Ann Rogers8Babson, Nathaniel7, William6, William5, John4, John3, James2, Thomas1); born 10 Aug 1840 at Gloucester;2288 married H. Elizabeth Whitney; died 1911.

Children of David Low9 Davis and H. Elizabeth Whitney were as follows:

219. Albert Parsons9 Babson (126) (Charles8, Nathaniel7, William6, William5, John4, John3, James2, Thomas1); born 7 Oct 1855 at Gloucester;2289 married Eliza Giddings Smith, daughter of David Smith and Anna M. Dolliver, 10 Jun 1880 at Gloucester;2290 died 10 Oct 1928 at his summer home on Presson's Point, West Gloucester, at age 73;2291,2292 Albert Parsons and Eliza Giddings were buried at Oak Grove Cemetery, Gloucester.

He was Albert was engaged in the fish business with the Gloucester Fish Company and later became office manager for Payne and Stillman, wool merchants of Boston. He served as a member of Gloucester City government as Chairman of the Commission on Public Property.2293

Albert Parsons Babson (126) witnessed the land sale of Caroline Shaw on 13 Mar 1903 at Northampton Street, Boston; Moses and his brothers, Charles, Albert and Waldo, joined with their mother in selling for $1.00 lot #16 on Northampton Street, Boston to Ephraim Lissner of 13 March 1903.

Ephraim Lissner turned around and resold it on the same day to Eliza V. Holbrook for $1,000.

2294

Albert Parsons Babson (126) received a legacy from the estate of Caroline Shaw; Her heirs were her sons Chalres, Albert, Waldo and Moses.2295

Eliza Giddings Smith was born on 12 Mar 1857 at Gloucester.2296 She died on 26 Jul 1954 at Gloucester at age 97.2297

Eliza was living at Cambridge when she wrote her will on 15 May 1943 in which she named her daughters Grace G. B. Friend and Hester Huggins and her surviving sons, Dudley and Richard as equal beneficiaries.2298

Children of Albert Parsons9 Babson (126) and Eliza Giddings Smith all born at Gloucester were as follows:

220. Moses Shaw9 Babson (127) (Charles8, Nathaniel7, William6, William5, John4, John3, James2, Thomas1); born 1 Jan 1863 at Gloucester;2317 married Mary Parsons, daughter of Theodore Parsons and Mary Ann Gardner, 5 Oct 1887 at Gloucester;2318 died 30 Nov 1941 at Gloucester at age 78;2319 buried at Oak Grove Cemetery, Gloucester.

Moses operated a grocery store at the west end of Main Street for some fifty years until his retirement in the late 1920's.2320

Moses and his brothers, Charles, Albert and Waldo, joined with their mother in selling for $1.00 lot #16 on Northampton Street, Boston to Ephraim Lissner of 13 March 1903.

Ephraim Lissner turned around and resold it on the same day to Eliza V. Holbrook for $1,000.

2321

Moses Shaw Babson (127) received a legacy from the estate of Caroline Shaw; Her heirs were her sons Chalres, Albert, Waldo and Moses.2322

Mary Parsons was born on 25 Aug 1864 at Gloucester.2323,2324 She died on 14 Feb 1930 at Gloucester at age 65.2325,2326

Children of Moses Shaw9 Babson (127) and Mary Parsons were:

221. Gustavus9 Babson (128) (Gustavus8, Nathaniel7, William6, William5, John4, John3, James2, Thomas1); born 23 Apr 1848 at Gloucester;2330 married Ellen Maria Kemp, daughter of John A. Kemp and Joanna Holbrook, 13 Mar 1873 at Cambridge;2331 married Selma 'Glen' Talbot, daughter of Joseph W. Talbot and Elva R. (--?--), 14 Jun 1889 at Seward, Seward Co., NE; died 6 Oct 1903 at Seward, Seward Co., NE, at age 55.

He was After serving for a time as errand boy for Shreve, Crump & Son of Boston and then conducting an ice-making business, Gustavus formed a pioneer party and started west in 1872. He purchased 640 acres near DeWitt, Saline County, Nebraska and later entered the farm implement business at Crete, Saline County. In January of 1874 he joined the Congregational Church at DeWitt, transferring his memebership from the Evangelical Congregational Church at Gloucester. He moved on to Seward in 1876 and resided there until his death. He was a very public-spirited, progressive man, who was especially interested in public schools and fine music. It is believed that he owned the first automobile and motor boat in Nebraska. He is also said to have built this automobile at his farm implement shop from spare buggy and wagon parts.

Ellen Maria Kemp was born on 25 Jul 1852 at Gloucester.2332 She died on 20 Feb 1888 at Seward, Seward Co., NE, at age 35.

Children of Gustavus9 Babson (128) and Ellen Maria Kemp were as follows:

Selma 'Glen' Talbot was born on 30 Aug 1863 at Syracuse, Otoe Co., NE.2344 She died on 1 May 1958 at Natick, MA, at age 94.2345

Children of Gustavus9 Babson (128) and Selma 'Glen' Talbot were:

222. Nathaniel9 Babson (129) (Gustavus8, Nathaniel7, William6, William5, John4, John3, James2, Thomas1); born 2 Jan 1850 at Gloucester;2346 married Ellen F. Stearns, daughter of Granville Stearns and Frances M. Wise, 23 Jul 1874 at Gloucester by the Congregational Clergyman, Rev. F.B. Makepiece;2347 died 12 Feb 1927 at Gloucester at age 77.2348

Nathaniel ran a very successful dry goods store on Front Street [now Main] and was a Trustee of the Addison Gilbert Hospital and a Deacon of the Congretational Church. They resided at 58 Middle Street at the time their son, Roger, was born. At the time of the 1880 Federal census they were located at 58 Middle Street, Gloucester. Later they moved to 8 Angle Street, where they lived until the time of their deaths.2349 He was The father of Roger W. Babson, the statistician, he was a prominent figure in commercial, church and civic affairs of his home city. The second oldest Deacon of Trinity Congregational Church, in years of service, he was a director of the Gloucester Safe Deposit and Trust Company and the Cape Ann National Bank and an active member of the Cape Ann Scientific and Literary Assocation. A lover of horses, he was one of the few people who continued to maintain a horse and carriage as late as 1927.2350

Ellen F. Stearns was born on 19 Oct 1850 at Newburyport.2351 She died on 31 Oct 1929 at Gloucester at age 79.2352

Children of Nathaniel9 Babson (129) and Ellen F. Stearns all born at Gloucester were as follows:

223. Ann Prentiss9 Babson (Gustavus8, Nathaniel7, William6, William5, John4, John3, James2, Thomas1); born 15 Jan 1858 at Gloucester;2361 married Charles S. Alling 2 Dec 1884 at Gloucester;2362 died 1 Jan 1946 at age 87.

After her husband's death, Mrs. Alling returned to Gloucester where she did an admirable job of raising her three fatherless children.

Sanford's will, dated 1 December 1920, requested that his brother, Henry Blake become trustee of his estate which was to be for the benefit of his widow and children. His widow later requested that Annie P. Alling administer his estate in Essex County, Massachusetts.2363

Charles S. Alling was born on 20 Apr 1856 at New York City. He died on 26 Aug 1894 at Seward, Seward Co., NE, at age 38. He was Mr. Alling was from Bangall, N.Y., ad became a successful businessman in Seward.

Children of Ann Prentiss9 Babson and Charles S. Alling all born at Seward, Seward Co., NE, were as follows:

224. Lucy Stanwood9 Babson (Gustavus8, Nathaniel7, William6, William5, John4, John3, James2, Thomas1); born 17 May 1864 at Gloucester;2364 married William M. Jelly 19 Feb 1901 at Gloucester;2365 died 25 Feb 1948 at Salem at age 83.2366

Children of Lucy Stanwood9 Babson and William M. Jelly were:

225. Imogene Williams9 Babson (Edwin8, James7, William6, William5, John4, John3, James2, Thomas1); born 28 Apr 1860 at Amesbury;2367 married Prof. William Augustus Merrill Ph.D., son of Oliver B. Merrill and Amanda Edgerly, 28 Aug 1883 at Newburyport;2368 died 26 Oct 1950 at Berkeley, Alameda Co., CA, at age 90.

She was a passenger aboard the Barque Lizzie H. Edwin's youngest son, Francis Morrill, wrote this account of his father:

Back in the 1870's my father was Captain of a full-rigged barque, the Lizzie H., making voyages to the Orient and around the Cape of Good Hope. On two of these voyages he took his family with him, consisting of his wife, Annette, his daughter, Imogene, in her teens, and his son Francis, in his early youth. These voyages were to Java and Calcutta, respectively, and on the second voyage the father died in 1879 and was buried in Cardiff, Wales. The ship was brought back by the mate, the family being brought back by passenger ship to Newburyport, their home port. The 1880 census listed Imogene Williams Babson in addition to James Babson and Francis Morrill Babson in the household of Annette French Morrill at 11 Broad Street, Newburyport; as a widow, with her children James, Imogene and Frank.2369

Prof. William Augustus Merrill Ph.D. was born on 14 Sep 1860 at Newburyport. He died in 1933.

A Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Amherst in 1880, he received his Ph.D. from Ohio University. He was Professor of Latin Languages at the Univ. of Calif., Berkeley. Their children are the only known descendants of James7 Babson (#39).

Children of Imogene Williams9 Babson and Prof. William Augustus Merrill Ph.D. were as follows:

226. Lydia Ann9 Babson (Theodore8, Theodore7, Samuel6, John5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 12 Jul 1845 at IL; married Joseph Cook Hopkins 30 Jun 1869 at LaMoille, IL; died 20 Apr 1923 at age 77.

Children of Lydia Ann9 Babson and Joseph Cook Hopkins were as follows:

227. George Warren9 Babson (130) (George8, Charles7, Samuel6, John5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born near Ash, Waccamaw Township, Brunswick Co., NC, May 1851;2374 married Joanna "Jane" H. Gore, daughter of Isaac Gore and Margaret Hickman, 10 Aug 1873 in Brunswick Co;2375 died 21 Jun 1929 at Ash, Waccamaw Township, Brunswick Co., NC, at age 78; interred at the New Britton Cemetery, near Freeland, NC.

On 5 Dec 1881 George Warren Babson (130), his wife Joanna, Charles Babson and his wife Rebecca, Franklin Babson, John H. Babson, and Aria Babson [Ashia], all of Brunswick Co sold for $5 a tract of land on the east side of the New Britain Road, Stanley's Corner, Brunswick Co., NC, to W. M. Parker of the same place amounting to 4 11/16 acres. All but G.W. signed with their marks.2376

Two days later on 7 Dec 1881, in consideration of the sum of $5, George Warren Babson (130) and his wife Joannah, John H. Babson, Franklin Babson and Ashia Babson sold to Charles Carlnett Babson (131), all of Brunswick Co, a portion of a parcel of land in Brunswick Co. containing 4.5 acres.2377

Three months later, on 4 Mar 1882 George Warren Babson (130) and Joanna his wife sold for $10 to W. M. Parker a parcel of land on the south side of New Britain Road bounded in part by George Babson's Corner and then William Arnold's corner and a stake at the "two mile post" and containing 15 acres more or less.2378

George Warren Babson (130) was a farmer and lived in the Waccamaw area of Brunswick Co. all his life.2379 The 1900 census showed George and Joanna and their children John Lennox Babson (189), William "Willie" Albert Babson (191), Kate W. Babson, George Warren Babson III (192), and Wade Whitton Babson (193) still at home.2380

George Warren Babson (130) and Joanna on 17 May 1916 sold to D.K. Le Gwin of Wilmington for $926.77 three tracts of land in Brunswick Co. including half interest in a 100 acre tract known as Simmons Land lying in Horse Pen Bay consisting of a 35 or 40 acre farm.2381 The second parcel containing 20 acres more or less.2382 And the third, known as the storehouse tract of land, together with store and house and all other buildings and improvements bounded beginning at the crossing of the Little River and Ash Roads and containing 1/4 of an acre.2383 Two years later on 5 Mar 1918 D.K. LeGwin sold these same three parcels to W.A. (William Albert) Babson, George and Joanna's son.2384

On 23 Oct 1919 George Warren Babson (130) and Joanna, his wife, sold to Michael, their son, a parcel of land in Brunswick Co. adjoining the lands of R.M. Long and others, containing 2 acres more or less. The deed was not recorded until 4 Dec 1922.2385

Joanna "Jane" H. Gore was born in Feb 1852 in Brunswick Co.2386 She died on 4 Mar 1937 in Brunswick Co. at age 85.2387

Joanna "Jane" H. Gore sold land on 5 Dec 1881 at east side of the New Britain Road, Stanley's Corner, Brunswick Co., NC, his wife Joanna, Charles Babson and his wife Rebecca, Franklin Babson, John H. Babson, and Aria Babson [Ashia], all of Brunswick Co.2388

Joanna "Jane" H. Gore sold land on 7 Dec 1881 at a portion of a parcel of land, Brunswick Co, Two days later.2389

Joanna "Jane" H. Gore sold land on 4 Mar 1882 at a parcel of land on the south side of New Britain Road Three months later.2390

Children of George Warren9 Babson (130) and Joanna "Jane" H. Gore were as follows:

228. Charles Carlnett9 Babson (131) (George8, Charles7, Samuel6, John5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 10 Nov 1856 at Waccamaw Township, Brunswick Co., NC; married Rachel Rebecca Carroll, daughter of Sam Carroll and Sallie (--?--), 1879 at (probably), Conway, Horry Co., SC; died 25 Nov 1932 at Ash, Brunswick Co., NC, at age 76;2427

Charles and Rebecca are buried together in the Smith Cemetery, Ash, North Carolina. A grandson states that the correct spelling of Charles' middle name is "Calnett."

He and Rachel Rebecca Carroll appeared on the census of 1880.2428

Charles Carlnett Babson (131) sold land on 5 Dec 1881 at east side of the New Britain Road, Stanley's Corner, Brunswick Co., NC, his wife Joanna, Charles Babson and his wife Rebecca, Franklin Babson, John H. Babson, and Aria Babson [Ashia], all of Brunswick Co.2429

Charles Carlnett Babson (131) bought land from George Warren Babson (130) on 7 Dec 1881 at a portion of a parcel of land, Brunswick Co; Two days later.2430

A deed made and executed the 25th day of August 1883 Asia [sic], [their mother], G.W. [George Warren] and wife Joanna Babson, C.C. [Charles Carlnett] and wife Rebecca Babson, and B.F. [Benjamin Franklin] Babson all of Brunswick County, sold to John H. Babson, a tract or parcel of land lying on the east side of the Newbritan [sic] Road containing 30 acres more or less, excepting two tracts that had been sold to B.F. Stone.2431

On 28 November 1898 C.C. and his wife Rebecca sold for $1.40 to his nephew, J.L. [John Lenox] Babson, a tract of land in Waccamaw Township containing 7/10ths of an acre bounded in part by C.C. Babson and G.W. Babson. This deed was not recorded until 5 Oct 1921.2432 He and Rachel Rebecca Carroll appeared on the census of 1910 at Waccamaw Township, Brunswick Co., NC.2433

On 10 February 1932 Charles Carlnett purchased 3 3/4 acres of land in Brunswick County adjoining Minnie Herring's land and bordering in part of the New Public Road for $175 and two months later, on the 13th of April he sold this same parcel for the same sum of money to his son J.J. [Jesse James] Babson and his wife P.E. [Penelope Ellen] Babson, excepting a lifetime right to the property.On 3 January 1933 Jesse and Penelope sold this same parcel to Charles Carlnett [Jesse's brother] and his wife Sudie Jane Babson.2434,2435,2436

Rachel Rebecca Carroll was born on 19 Apr 1861. She died on 8 Jan 1930 at Waccamaw Township, Brunswick Co., NC, at age 68.2437

Rachel Rebecca Carroll sold land on 5 Dec 1881 at east side of the New Britain Road, Stanley's Corner, Brunswick Co., NC, his wife Joanna, Charles Babson and his wife Rebecca, Franklin Babson, John H. Babson, and Aria Babson [Ashia], all of Brunswick Co.2438

Children of Charles Carlnett9 Babson (131) and Rachel Rebecca Carroll all born at Ash, Brunswick Co., NC, were as follows:

229. Benjamin Franklin "Frank"9 Babson (132) (George8, Charles7, Samuel6, John5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born Apr 1860 at Waccamaw Township, Brunswick Co., NC;2457 married Angeline Evans, daughter of Archibald Evans, 20 Feb 1890. When they obtained their marriage license 11 Oct 1888 Ben gave his age as 29 and Angeline gave hers as 22;2458 died 17 Apr 1934;2459 At Benjamin's death, the Inheritance Records listed one son, one daughter and 9 grandchildren not named in the record. No tax was paid.2460

Benjamin Franklin "Frank" Babson (132) sold land on 5 Dec 1881 at east side of the New Britain Road, Stanley's Corner, Brunswick Co., NC, his wife Joanna, Charles Babson and his wife Rebecca, Franklin Babson, John H. Babson, and Aria Babson [Ashia], all of Brunswick Co.2461

Benjamin Franklin "Frank" Babson (132) sold land on 7 Dec 1881 at a portion of a parcel of land, Brunswick Co, Two days later.2462 He appeared on the census of 1900; as a farmer with his wife and their three oldest children and Frank's mother Asha.2463 He purchased 100 acres land on 30 Jul 1901 at Brunswick Co. William A. and his wife Sarah L. Inman adjoining the lands of J. M. King located "on both sides of the little prong of Horse Pen Bay near the head: beginning at a cypress then up the prong ... to a pine ... then to a stake ... then to the point beginning with all the priviledges and appurtenances thereto belonging" excepting 18 acres of the tract sold to J. A. Inman and 10 acres sold to Richard Flowers.2464 He gave a note to J. T. McKenzie of Whiteville, Columbus Co on 30 Nov 1906 at Brunswick Co. in the sum of $135 due on the first day of October 1907 stating, "J. T. McKenzie & Co. has agreed to furnish me supplies to enable me to make a crop during the year 1907 ... and to secure the payment of said supplies I hereby give it a lien on all the crops of every kind I may raise or cause to be raised during said year on the following lands, known as my home place, situated in Waccamaw Township, Brunswick Co. or any other lands cultivated by me during this year in said county. And as further security for said supplies and as security for said note I convey ... one mouse colored horse mule."2465 He appeared on the census of 1910.2466 He and Angeline Evans sold land bounded in part by Babson Ave to Susan A. Babson on 17 Jan 1916.2467

Angeline Evans was born on 12 Jul 1869 at Waccamaw Township. She died on 11 Dec 1936 at Waccamaw Township at age 67.2468 She appeared on the census of 1900 in the household of Benjamin Franklin "Frank" Babson (132); as a farmer with his wife and their three oldest children and Frank's mother Asha.2469 She appeared on the census of 1910 in the household of Benjamin Franklin "Frank" Babson (132).2470 On 20 Nov 1934 Angeline Evans, widow party of the first part and Levi Morris Babson (197), Vallie Alverta Babson, Maurice L. Simmons, Fairrie Simmons, Everett Simmons, and Newman Simmons, parties of the second part, heirs of B. F. Babson executed a deed in fee simple for certain parcels of land belonging to the estate of the late B. F. Babson, to be the sole and separate estate of the said Angeline Babson, in consideration of which Angeline Babsonhas agreed to lease her dower estate to the said parties of the second part as their several interests and portions appear in the B. F. Babson Estate, and in consideration of the sum of $10 Angeline quitclaimed her dower estate and all estate which she owns in all of the lands of B. F. Babson deceased, in Waccamaw Township except that certain 12.5 acres and that 24 acres this day conveyed by the heirs at law of B. F. Babson to the said Angeline Babson. These two parcels were conveyed to Angeline by the parties of the second part as well as Gladys Babson, Corbett Coleman and O.D. Phelps.2471 She sold the two tracts of land for $50 to her son Levi Morris Babson (197) on 27 Feb 1935. The first adjoined the lands of O.D. Phelps on the east side of the road leading north from Babson Avenue and contained 12.5 acres. The second adjoined lands formerly of J. D. King and contained about 24 acres. One bound mark being "a dead pine in the edge of Cape Savannah" and another "a stake in the mouth of deep point." A lifetime right was excepted for Angeline Babson, widow of B. F. Babson.2472

Children of Benjamin Franklin "Frank"9 Babson (132) and Angeline Evans were as follows:

230. Louisa9 Babson (Abraham8, Charles7, Samuel6, John5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 6 Nov 1841;2490 married John Page 12 Oct 1860; died 15 Nov 1863 at Gloucester of childbirth fever, a widow, at age 22, only five days after the birth of her daughter.2491

John Page was born at Weare, NH.2492 He died before 5 Nov 1863.

Children of Louisa9 Babson and John Page were:

231. Charles9 Babson (133) (Abraham8, Charles7, Samuel6, John5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 21 May 1845 at Gloucester; married Mary E. Coas, daughter of William Coas and Almira Norwood, 22 Jul 1869 at Gloucester;2494 married Emma Cooper, daughter of Nicholas Cooper and Elizabeth (--?--), 18 Nov 1875 at Gloucester as his second wife;2495 married Mary E. Lane, daughter of Dennis Lane and Johanna Cremins, 3 Sep 1885 at Cambridge. as his third wife. Both her parents came from Ireland;2496 died 20 Mar 1916 at Boston at age 70 of a cerebral hemorrhage. His death record indicated he was a foreman residing at 359 Geneva Ave. when he died;2497 buried at New Calvary Cemetery.

He and Mary E. Coas appeared on the census of 1870 at Gloucester living in the same house as Charles' parents. Both men were fisherman.2498 He continued to live at Gloucester until 1885 after which he resided in Cambridge and Boston.

Mary E. Coas was born on 15 Aug 1849 at Gloucester. She died on 30 Jan 1874 at Gloucester at age 24.

There were no children of Charles9 Babson (133) and Mary E. Coas.

Emma Cooper was born on 4 Jul 1851 at Effingham, Carroll Co., NH. She died on 20 Mar 1883 at Gloucester at age 31.2499

Children of Charles9 Babson (133) and Emma Cooper all born at Gloucester were as follows:

Mary E. Lane was born on 1 Dec 1861 at Cambridge, MA.2506 She died on 29 Oct 1945 at Medford at age 83.2507

Children of Charles9 Babson (133) and Mary E. Lane were as follows:

232. Lillian M.9 Babson (Abraham8, Charles7, Samuel6, John5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 12 Nov 1870; married William E. P. Rogers 21 Jun 1893 at Gloucester.2519

She appeared as the wife on the census of 1900 at 50 Eastern Avenue, Gloucester.

William E. P. Rogers was born in Jan 1870. He died in Apr 1924 at age 54. He appeared on the census of 1900 at 50 Eastern Avenue, Gloucester. Rosella A. Bearse (Wheaton) and Lillian M. Babson also appeared on this census.

Children of Lillian M.9 Babson and William E. P. Rogers were:

233. Andrew Jackson 'Jack'9 Babson (134) (Horatio8, Charles7, Samuel6, John5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born Mar 1849 at Columbus Co., NC;2520 married Dorothy Caroline 'Callie' Campbell, daughter of (--?--) Campbell and Martha J. (--?--), 8 Oct 1873 at the home of John C. Lennon, Justice of the Peace, Columbus Co., NC;2521

It is possible that Jack may have married secondly an Annie ___; died after 1910 at Western Prong Township, Columbus Co., NC.2522

He appeared as a son on the census of 1850 in the household of Horatio Babson (79) at Columbus Co; a joiner.2523

They were living in Tatum Township, Columbus County at the time of the 1880 Federal census and at Western Prong Township when the enumerators visited in 1900. In 1910 they were still there with children Annie, Smithey and Climny and grandson John, age 4. His wife is called "Dartha."2524

Dorothy Caroline 'Callie' Campbell was born in Dec 1858 at Columbus Co., NC.2525

Children of Andrew Jackson 'Jack'9 Babson (134) and Dorothy Caroline 'Callie' Campbell all born at Chadbourn, Columbus Co., NC, were as follows:

There were no children of Andrew Jackson 'Jack'9 Babson (134) and Annie (--?--).

234. Isadora9 Babson (George Washington8, Charles7, Samuel6, John5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 1 Nov 1870 at Chadbourn, Columbus Co., NC; married Favorite Ignatius Flowers 27 Dec 1894 at Chadbourn, Columbus Co., NC, Rev M. Walker performed the ceremony;2545 died 21 Jan 1936 at age 65.

She appeared as a daughter on the census of 1880 in the household of George Washington Babson (80) at Whiteville Township.2546

Children of Isadora9 Babson and Favorite Ignatius Flowers were as follows:

235. James Washington9 Babson (135) (George Washington8, Charles7, Samuel6, John5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 2 Jun 1873 at Chadbourn, Columbus Co., NC; married Anna Koster 12 Jul 1902 at Columbus Co., NC;2551 married to Leola Averitt, daughter of Franklin S. Averitt and Isabel Melvin, 6 Sep 1922 at Whitesville as his second wife by H. J. Moffit, Justice of the Peace;2552 died 3 Jun 1939 at Chadbourn, Columbus Co., NC, at age 66.

He appeared as a son on the census of 1880 in the household of George Washington Babson (80) at Whiteville Township.2553

There were no children of James Washington9 Babson (135) and Anna Koster.

Leola Averitt was born circa 1886.2554 She was married first to a man named Carter.2555

Children of James Washington9 Babson (135) and Leola Averitt are as follows:

236. George William9 Babson (136) (George Washington8, Charles7, Samuel6, John5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 8 Sep 1878 at Chadbourn, Columbus Co., NC; married Kathryn L. Applenwhite, daughter of Bennis Applenwhite and Mary E. Sellers, 30 Jun 1902 at Chadbourn;2556 died 9 Mar 1914 at New Bern, Craven Co., NC, at age 35 as the result of a train accident; buried at Smyrna Baptist Cemetery located about six miles northeast of Chadbourn and about six miles northwest of Whiteville, NC.

He appeared as a son on the census of 1880 in the household of George Washington Babson (80) at Whiteville Township.2557 He worked for the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad.

Kathryn L. Applenwhite was born on 10 Nov 1884. She died on 20 Jul 1971 at Wilmington, New Hanover Co., NC, at age 86. She was a nurse when she appeared on the census of 1920 at New Hanover Co., NC, where she and the children lived with her widowed mother after George's death.2558

Children of George William9 Babson (136) and Kathryn L. Applenwhite were as follows:

237. John Puitt9 Babson (George Washington8, Charles7, Samuel6, John5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 12 Aug 1882 at Chadbourn, Columbus Co., NC; married Esther Baldwin, daughter of James Baldwin and Cynthia Smith, 10 Sep 1913; died 12 Aug 1940 at Chadbourn, Columbus Co., NC, at age 58; he is buried at Symma Baptist Churchyard.2562

Esther Baldwin was born on 26 May 1883. She died on 1 May 1953 at age 69. She was buried at Symma Baptist Churchyard.2563

Children of John Puitt9 Babson and Esther Baldwin were:

238. Lillian Mae9 Babson (George Washington8, Charles7, Samuel6, John5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 8 Sep 1887 at Chadbourn, Columbus Co., NC; married William Ashe Pierce, son of James P. Pierce and Caroline M. Baldwin, 31 Jul 1907 at Chadbourn, Columbus Co.

William Ashe Pierce was born on 14 Jun 1875 at Hallsboro, NC. He died on 30 Sep 1932 at Springfield, SC, at age 57.

Children of Lillian Mae9 Babson and William Ashe Pierce were as follows:

239. Angenora Eveline "Anna"9 Babson (John Somes8, Eben7, John6, Solomon5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 27 Feb 1867 at Mt Desert, Hancock Co., ME;2566 married Daniel Emerton, son of Henry Emerton, 4 Sep 1892 at Blue Hill, ME; died 26 May 1958 at Blue Hill, ME, at age 91.

On 2 September 1874, Hugh Richardson, Anna's grandfather, was named as her guardian.2567 Anna was living with her grandmother, Mary Richardson, widow, at Mount Desert in 1880.2568

Children of Angenora Eveline "Anna"9 Babson and Daniel Emerton were as follows:

240. Frederick Clifford9 Babson (137) (Washington8, Zebulon7, Zebulon6, Solomon5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 26 Aug 1853 at Westbrook, Cumberland Co., ME; married Eliza S. Miller, daughter of Samuel Miller and Nancy Cook, 30 Jul 1874 at South Hadley, Hampshire Co., MA;2569 died 3 Dec 1916 at Quincy, Norfolk Co, MA, at age 63.2570

He was a cigar maker at Providence, RI, in 1872.2571

By 1880 Frederick had moved to 59 Broadway, Chelsea, MA.2572

Eliza S. Miller was born on 2 May 1857 at South Hadley.2573 She died on 17 Sep 1927 at Somerville at age 70.2574

Children of Frederick Clifford9 Babson (137) and Eliza S. Miller were as follows:

241. John Leure9 Babson (139) (Gorham8, David Wallis7, William6, William5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 31 Aug 1831 at Pigeon Cove, Rockport; married Edith Babson, daughter of Joseph Babson (87) and Maria Woodbury, 27 Dec 1854 (not recorded). They were first cousins (see family #87 and #85); died 12 Mar 1894 at Chelsea at age 62;2591 buried at Locust Grove Cemetery, Rockport.

John Leure Babson (139) received a bequest from the estate of Susan Leure on 1 Sep 1846.2592

According to his granddaughter, Edith Sawyer, John attended Phillips Exeter Academy in Exeter, New Hampshire.

Along with his mother and his brother George, John owned the Break O'Day in 1860. He was also part owner with his brother George of the schooners Narcissa, Revenue, Witchcraft, Charles McD, and the We're Here. They were also co-owners of the China, a brig of 186 tons. Other ships in which John had an interest were the Mary H. and the Gentile. He was co-owner of the John Gilpin with his brothers Nathaniel and John and Adin Story, for whom he named his first son.2593

John Leure Babson (139) gave his occupation as "fish merchant" in the 1870 census. Between 1880 and 1883 his place of business was at 177 State Street, Boston. He appeared on the census of 1880 living on Granite Street, Rockport.2594 From 1888 to 1890 he was listed as a store keeper at the Custom House, Boston.2595

John lived at 691 Broadway, Chelsea, in 1887. By 1890 he was living at 7 Carmel, Chelsea.

Edith Babson was born on 1 Oct 1833 at Gloucester.2596 She died on 26 Mar 1913 at Chelsea at age 79.2597 She was buried at Locust Grove Cemetery, Rockport.

Children of John Leure9 Babson (139) and Edith Babson all born at Rockport were as follows:

242. Nathaniel Haraden9 Babson (140) (Gorham8, David Wallis7, William6, William5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 7 Oct 1838 at Pigeon Cove, Rockport;2617 married Rachel Emma H. Rowe, daughter of Charles Rowe Jr. and Rachel Tarr, 25 Dec 1859 at Rockport;2618 died 24 Feb 1922 at Rockport at age 83.2619

Nathaniel was named for Nathaniel Haraden his grandfather, who served aboard "Old Ironsides," the U.S.S. Constitution. His mother, Mary D. (Haraden) Babson, had been born aboard her. He owned, together with his brother, John Luere, the schooner John Gilpin in 1860.2620

Nathaniel and Rachel Emma H. appeared on the census of 1880 living in Rockport along with their adopted daughter.2621 He was mentioned in the will of his brother, George Babson on 29 Jun 1887.2622

Rachel Emma H. Rowe was born on 18 Apr 1841 at Rockport.2623 She died in Jan 1929 at Rockport at age 87.

Rachel was always known as "Emma R." She left a will dated 10 May 1926 naming her niece, Emma Babson Tarr, wife of the Rev. James J. G. Tarr of Rockport, as her executor. The heirs to her estate were her adopted daughter, Emma Louise and her niece, Emma Babson Tarr.2624

Children of Nathaniel Haraden9 Babson (140) and Rachel Emma H. Rowe were:

243. Alphonso9 Babson (141) (Gorham8, David Wallis7, William6, William5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 1840 at Pigeon Cove, Rockport; married Lucy P. Hodgkins, daughter of John Blatchford Hodgkins and Mary B. Pool, 30 Apr 1864 at Rockport;2626 died 13 Mar 1877 at sea, age 37.2627

Alphonso was a fisherman. He lived at Pigeon Cove and Folly Cove. He drowned with Gorham Parsons while at sea, fishing. There is a large monument at Locust Grove Cemetery in memory of Alphonso and his brothers, Nathaniel and Frank.

Alphonso Babson (141) was mentioned in the will of his brother, George Babson on 29 Jun 1887.2628

Lucy P. Hodgkins was born on 22 Feb 1843 at Gloucester.2629 She married second Herman L. Ward on 9 Apr 1879 at Rockport.2630

Children of Alphonso9 Babson (141) and Lucy P. Hodgkins were as follows:

244. Emily9 Babson (Horatio8, David Wallis7, William6, William5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 8 Feb 1835 at Rockport;2636 married David L. Choate 26 Dec 1852 at Rockport.2637

She and David L. Choate lived in Rockport and East Cambridge.

David L. Choate was born in 1821. He died in 1859.

Children of Emily9 Babson and David L. Choate were:

245. Horatio9 Babson Jr, (142) (Horatio8, David Wallis7, William6, William5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born Oct 1837; married Charlotte F. Babson, daughter of David Babson (84) and Clara Lane, 1 Jun 1860 at Rockport;2639 married second Ada I. Sykes, daughter of George F. Sykes and Louise Reed, 1 Mar 1888; died 9 Jul 1902 at Rockport at age 64.2640

Charlotte was Horatio Jr.'s first cousin (see Family #84).

Horatio Babson Jr, (142) appeared on the census of 1880 at 17 Summer Street, Gloucester.2641 By 1900, as a widower, he was living with his brother-in-law, Joseph Edwin Hartwell, on Granite Street, Rockport.

Together with his cousin, David Clifford Babson, Horatio owned the schooners Horatio Babson in 1858, the Abigail C. Woodbury in 1867, the Urania in 1869 and the Laura M. Mangham in 1871. He was involved in the fishing industry.

Charlotte F. Babson was born on 28 Apr 1839 at Gloucester. She died on 16 Feb 1887 at Gloucester at age 47 of paralysis.2642 She was buried on 17 Feb 1887 at Folly Cove Cemetery, Rockport. The inventory of her estate included a one quarter interest in the schooner Gladstone, valued at $1,500.2643

Children of Horatio9 Babson Jr, (142) and Charlotte F. Babson all born at Gloucester were as follows:

Ada I. Sykes was born on 26 Mar 1853 at Gorham, Cumberland Co., ME. She married first Frederick H. Patten of Boston. She died on 28 Feb 1926 at Belmont, Middlesex Co, at age 72.2650

Children of Horatio9 Babson Jr, (142) and Ada I. Sykes were:

246. David9 Babson 2d (143) (Horatio8, David Wallis7, William6, William5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 29 Mar 1840 at Rockport;2652 married first Sallie P. Lane, daughter of Lewis Lane and Sally (--?--), 3 Mar 1861 at Rockport;2653 married second Lottie Mitchell, daughter of Stinson Mitchell and Annis T. Bailey, 31 Jul 1881 at Rockport;2654 died 10 May 1890 at Rockport at age 50;2655 buried at Locust Grove Cemetery, Rockport;

On 7 Oct 1911, Ella (Bailey) Babson, wife of David's son Frederick, petitioned the Probate Court to administer the estate of her father-in-law. She stated at that time that the only heirs to the estate were the widow, Lottie, her husband Frederick, and his sister Allie, who was insane.2656

David, like his brothers, was a fisherman. He appeared on the census of 1880 living at Rockport with his three living children, Allie, Fred and Carrie, as well as his housekeeper, Lottie Mitchell, who he obviously married the next year.2657

Sallie P. Lane was born on 29 Jul 1838 at Rockport. She died on 1 Sep 1876 at Rockport at age 38.2658 She was buried at Locust Grove Cemetery, Rockport.

Children of David9 Babson 2d (143) and Sallie P. Lane were as follows:

Lottie Mitchell was born on 24 Jul 1854 at Rockport. She died on 18 Feb 1919 at Gloucester at age 64.2665 Lottie's brother and only heir, Blanchard Mitchell, was named administrator of her estate on 7 April 1919.2666

There were no children of David9 Babson 2d (143) and Lottie Mitchell.

247. Charles Poole9 Babson (144) (Horatio8, David Wallis7, William6, William5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 3 Nov 1848 at Rockport;2667,2668 married Clara Amelia Woodbury, daughter of Franklin Woodbury and Amelia Wheeler, 24 Sep 1882 at Gloucester;2669 died 4 Oct 1915 at Rockport at age 66.2670

Charles was engaged in the fishing business with his brothers at Gloucester, Portsmouth and the west. He had retired from that occupation several years prior to his death and entered into the real estate business.2671

Children of Charles Poole9 Babson (144) and Kate Howland were:

Clara Amelia Woodbury was born circa 1859. She died on 28 Mar 1901 at Rockport.

Children of Charles Poole9 Babson (144) and Clara Amelia Woodbury were as follows:

248. Edith9 Babson (Joseph8, David Wallis7, William6, William5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 1 Oct 1833 at Gloucester;2684 married John Leure Babson (139), son of Gorham Babson (85) and Mary D. Haraden, 27 Dec 1854 (not recorded). They were first cousins (see family #87 and #85); died 26 Mar 1913 at Chelsea at age 79;2685 buried at Locust Grove Cemetery, Rockport.

John Leure Babson (139) was born on 31 Aug 1831 at Pigeon Cove, Rockport. He died on 12 Mar 1894 at Chelsea at age 62.2686 He was buried at Locust Grove Cemetery, Rockport.

John Leure Babson (139) received a bequest from the estate of Susan Leure on 1 Sep 1846.2687

According to his granddaughter, Edith Sawyer, John attended Phillips Exeter Academy in Exeter, New Hampshire.

Along with his mother and his brother George, John owned the Break O'Day in 1860. He was also part owner with his brother George of the schooners Narcissa, Revenue, Witchcraft, Charles McD, and the We're Here. They were also co-owners of the China, a brig of 186 tons. Other ships in which John had an interest were the Mary H. and the Gentile. He was co-owner of the John Gilpin with his brothers Nathaniel and John and Adin Story, for whom he named his first son.2688

John Leure Babson (139) gave his occupation as "fish merchant" in the 1870 census. Between 1880 and 1883 his place of business was at 177 State Street, Boston. He appeared on the census of 1880 living on Granite Street, Rockport.2689 From 1888 to 1890 he was listed as a store keeper at the Custom House, Boston.2690

John lived at 691 Broadway, Chelsea, in 1887. By 1890 he was living at 7 Carmel, Chelsea.

Children of Edith9 Babson and John Leure Babson (139) all born at Rockport were as follows:

249. Margaret9 Babson (Joseph8, David Wallis7, William6, William5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born either 27 Jan 1837 or Jun 1837 at Gloucester;2710 married Nathaniel Woodbury 4 Feb 1858 at Gloucester.2711

Nathaniel was from Folly Cove.

Children of Margaret9 Babson and Nathaniel Woodbury were:

250. Mary Moody9 Babson (Joseph8, David Wallis7, William6, William5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 12 Feb 1845 at Gloucester;2714 married John James Poole.2715

Children of Mary Moody9 Babson and John James Poole were:

251. Joseph Ney9 Babson (145) (Joseph8, David Wallis7, William6, William5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 26 Dec 1852 at Rockport;2716 married Sarah A. Howland, daughter of Gorham Howland and Hannah K. Taylor, 9 Oct 1879 at Providence, RI;2717 married second Frances E. McLaren;2718 died 20 Dec 1929 at Seattle, King Co., WA, at age 76 of pneumonia.2719

The Boston City Directory for 1875-76 listed Joseph as a real estate agent. By the time of his first marriage in 1879 he was listed as a bookeeper. He and Sarah A. Howland lived at St. Louis, MO, between 1888 and 1889. However before May 1890 Joseph moved to Montreal, Quebec, where he was residing on 9 March 1892.2720

By 1904 Joseph had returned to Boston where he was operating an investment service called Babson and Trood, located at 53 State Street. Twenty-four years later, in 1928, he had moved to Seattle and was a sales agent for the American Glue Company.

Sarah A. Howland was born on 17 Feb 1840 at Yarmouth, Barnstable Co., MA. She died on 5 May 1890 at Yarmouth, Barnstable Co., MA, at age 50 of typhoid fever. Her death record gave her residence as Montreal, Quebec. She was buried at Yarmouth Village, Cape Cod.

There were no children of Joseph Ney9 Babson (145) and Sarah A. Howland.

Frances E. McLaren was also known as "Fannie." She was living as his widow at 351 Olympic Place, Seattle, WA, in 1944.

Children of Joseph Ney9 Babson (145) and Frances E. McLaren were:

252. Mary Babson9 Noble (Mary8Babson, Isaac7, William6, William5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 8 Jan 1822 at Gloucester;2722 married Benjamin Haskell 5 Jan 1840 at Gloucester;2723 died 31 May 1901 at age 79.

Children of Mary Babson9 Noble and Benjamin Haskell were as follows:

253. Betsey Jane9 Babson (Isaac8, Isaac7, William6, William5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 20 Mar 1830 at Rockport;2727 married William S. Day, son of Samuel Day and Hannah (--?--), 12 Oct 1850 at Rockport;2728 died after 1917.2729

She lived at Rockport in 1917.

William S. Day was a mariner.2730

Children of Betsey Jane9 Babson and William S. Day were as follows:

254. Mary Ann9 Babson (Isaac8, Isaac7, William6, William5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 28 Aug 1831 at Rockport;2731 married Dudley C. Blatchford 9 Jul 1853 at Rockport;2732 died 31 Jul 1870 at Rockport at age 38.2733

Children of Mary Ann9 Babson and Dudley C. Blatchford were:

255. Isaac Newton9 Babson (146) (Isaac8, Isaac7, William6, William5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 23 Oct 1836 at Gloucester/Rockport;2734 married Leonora Sanborn, daughter of Daniel Sanborn and Nancy Eastman, 27 Dec 1867 at Rockport;2735 died 1 Dec 1902 at Rockport at age 66.2736

He was both a mariner and a carpenter. He lived at Rockport in 1899.

Leonora Sanborn was born on 19 Feb 1840 at Rockport.2737 She died on 2 Jul 1919 at Gloucester at age 79.2738

Children of Isaac Newton9 Babson (146) and Leonora Sanborn were:

256. Sylvanus Brown9 Babson (147) (Isaac8, Isaac7, William6, William5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 11 Dec 1840 at Rockport;2741 married Lucretia N. Sargent, daughter of Wentworth Sargent and Phebe Ann Smith, 26 Jan 1864 at Rockport;2742 died in the Civil War at Laurel Hill, VA, 12 May 1864 at age 23.

He was a farmer. He enlisted from Rockport for three years in Company D, 32nd Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry on 22 November 1861. His height was given as 5'6", his hair light and his eyes blue. He was promoted to Corporal in January 1863 and to Sergeant in May of the same year. He re-enlisted as a Veteran Volunteer at Liberty, Virginia on 5 January 1864.2743 He was killed four months later on 10 May 1864 at Laurel Hill, during the Battle of the Wilderness or Spottsylvania Court House, Virginia.2744

Lucretia N. Sargent was born on 29 Jun 1845 at Rockport.2745 She married on 29 Oct 1869 (2) John Harris, a fisherman of Rockport.2746 She was appointed guardian for Sylvanus's daughter Sylvania on 11 Jan 1870.2747

Children of Sylvanus Brown9 Babson (147) and Lucretia N. Sargent were:

257. Rebecca T.9 Foster (Juliann8Babson, Joseph7, William6, William5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 21 Aug 1829;2749 married Charles Nelson; died 30 Nov 1862 at age 33.2750

Rebecca and her husband and son were lost at sea off the bark Lucky Star, as they were bound from Hong Kong to San Francisco.2751

Charles Nelson died on 30 Nov 1862.2752

Children of Rebecca T.9 Foster and Charles Nelson were:

258. Joseph9 Babson (148) (Daniel Tarr8, Joseph7, William6, William5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 12 Sep 1852 at Gloucester;2755 married Mary Sumner Rowe, daughter of Andrew J. Rowe and Mary Cain, 5 Apr 1877 at Gloucester by the Rev. M. G. Gage;2756 died 21 Sep 1903 at Gloucester at age 51.2757

He was a sailmaker. He appeared on the census of 1880 at 120 Washington Street, Gloucester.2758 His brothers Walter and Luther both lived with him until they got married.

Mary Sumner Rowe was born on 4 Jul 1853 at Gloucester.2759 She died on 19 Feb 1901 at Gloucester at age 47.2760

Children of Joseph9 Babson (148) and Mary Sumner Rowe were as follows:

259. Daniel Tarr9 Babson Jr. (149) (Daniel Tarr8, Joseph7, William6, William5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 17 Oct 1854 at Gloucester;2766 married Mabel S. Perkins, daughter of Dean Perkins and Maria Ellery, 26 Apr 1880;2767 died 31 Jul 1940 at Gloucester at age 85.2768

Daniel was treasurer of the Cape Ann Savings Bank in Gloucester. His obituary told of his having been honored on 5 May 1937, the 50th Anniversary of his service to the bank. Among the tributes he received, it was said that he was "a truthful, intelligent, loyal man...one who had brought the ship through every one of the storms, as they say on the fishing vessels, "without losing the rope yarn."

His obituary also told of his having been active in the Red Cross during the World War I and that he was a charter member of the Gloucester Rotary Club.2769

Daniel Tarr Babson Jr. (149) received a legacy from the estate of his brother Walter C. Babson.2770

Daniel Tarr Babson Jr. (149) wrote a will on 10 Oct 1928 and it was proved 16 September 1940. He left his son Roger his entire estate to be "for the benefit of his mother, Mabel S. Babson, and after her death to be divided equally between himself and his sister Marion."2771

Mabel S. Perkins was born on 13 Jul 1857 at Gloucester.2772 She died on 16 Jan 1933 at Gloucester at age 75.2773

At the probate of her estate her only heirs were her two surviving children.2774

Mabel S. Perkins was mentioned in the will of her husband Daniel on 10 Oct 1928.2775

Children of Daniel Tarr9 Babson Jr. (149) and Mabel S. Perkins all born at Gloucester were as follows:

260. Luther D.9 Babson (150) (Daniel Tarr8, Joseph7, William6, William5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 27 Jun 1861 at Gloucester;2787 married Mary Conley, daughter of Peter Conley and Margaret Galvin, 6 May 1897 at Gloucester;2788 died 20 Apr 1938 at Boston at age 76;2789 buried at Oak Grove Cemetery, Gloucester.

He lived with his brother Joseph at 120 Washington Street until he married. He received a legacy from the estate of his brother Walter.2790

Luther and Mary lived on Chestnut Street, Gloucester, in 1900. They had moved to at 154 Washington Street by the time of their deaths.

Mary Conley was born on 11 Feb 1864 at Ireland. She died on 7 Feb 1952 at Gloucester at age 87.2791 She was buried at Oak Grove Cemetery, Gloucester.

Children of Luther D.9 Babson (150) and Mary Conley were as follows:

261. Herman F.9 Babson (151) (Joseph Henry8, Joseph7, William6, William5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 22 May 1872 at Gloucester;2794 married Katherine L. Newman, daughter of Richard Newman and Elizabeth Kelley, 7 Nov 1892 at Gloucester;2795 died 16 Jun 1932 at Gloucester at age 60.2796

Herman, whose father had died when he was only six months old, was raised by his mother and his step-father, Josiah Obear. He appeared on the census of 1900 at 115 Washington Street, Gloucester.2797

Katherine L. Newman was born in Jun 1872 at Cambridge. She died on 3 Jun 1933 at Natick, age 61.2798

Children of Herman F.9 Babson (151) and Katherine L. Newman were:

262. Mary9 Babson (Fitz James8, Joseph7, William6, William5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 7 Jan 1851 at Gloucester;2801 married George F. Friend 14 Feb 1878 at Gloucester.2802

Children of Mary9 Babson and George F. Friend were:

263. Ann E.9 Babson (Fitz James8, Joseph7, William6, William5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 15 Jul 1853 at Gloucester;2804 married Elias P. Burnham 25 Dec 1871; died 6 Feb 1881 at age 27.

Elias P. Burnham. He was appointed administrator of his mother-in-law Sarah (Proctor) Babson's estate.2805

Children of Ann E.9 Babson and Elias P. Burnham were as follows:

264. Fitz James9 Babson Jr. (152) (Fitz James8, Joseph7, William6, William5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 27 Oct 1857 at Gloucester;2806 married Carrie A. Burnham, daughter of Simeon A. Burnham and Sarah A. Proctor, 27 Oct 1880 at Gloucester;2807 died 31 Oct 1936 at Los Angeles, CA, at age 79.2808

He was a successful lumber dealer in Gloucester. Fitz and Carrie later moved to CA to join their daughter Helen, who had moved there in 1909.

Carrie A. Burnham was born on 14 Jul 1856 at Gloucester. She died on 9 May 1938 at Los Angeles, CA, at age 81.2809

Children of Fitz James9 Babson Jr. (152) and Carrie A. Burnham were as follows:

265. James9 Babson (153) (James8, Philip7, Philip6, William5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 24 Apr 1828 at Gloucester;2811 married Mary E. Brown, daughter of David G. Brown and Abigail Card, 3 Dec 1848 at Gloucester;2812 he was lost at sea 23 May 1861 at age 33 when he and all the crew of the schooner Rolla drowned while fishing during a storm.2813

Mary E. Brown was born on 12 Jan 1831 at Gloucester.2814 She married Josiah B. Parsons, son of Daniel G. Parsons and Abigail Bickford, on 1 Jun 1863 at Gloucester as her second husband.2815

Children of James9 Babson (153) and Mary E. Brown all born at Gloucester were as follows:

266. Mary Elizabeth9 Babson (James8, Philip7, Philip6, William5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born Jun 1830 at Gloucester;2829 married James Hillier Jr. 3 Dec 1848 at Gloucester;2830 died 19 Nov 1878 at age 48.

Children of Mary Elizabeth9 Babson and James Hillier Jr. were:

267. Abigail9 Babson (James8, Philip7, Philip6, William5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 12 Feb 1833 at Gloucester;2831 married Albert A. Holland 15 Jun 1851; he was of Belfast, ME;2832 married (--?--) Reed.

Children of Abigail9 Babson and Albert A. Holland were:

There were no children of Abigail9 Babson and (--?--) Reed.

268. Samuel W.9 Babson (154) (James8, Philip7, Philip6, William5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 15 Dec 1842 at Gloucester; married Martha S. Dunn 10 Jun 1869 at Boston;2833 died of meningitis 19 Mar 1892 at Wilton, Hillsborough Co., NH, at age 49.2834

He appeared on the census of 1870 at Gloucester; as a hosteler.2835 He was rooming at 56 Leverett St., Boston, in 1874 and still employed as a hosteler (stableman). By 1881 he was rooming at 32 N. Russell and was a dealer in coal and wood.2836

Martha S. Dunn was born circa 1843 at Nova Scotia, Canada. She and an unknown person were apparently divorced before 1873 when Martha remarried.2837 She married James Robinson circa 1873.2838

Children of Samuel W.9 Babson (154) and Martha S. Dunn were:

269. Clementina9 Babson (Philip8, Philip7, Philip6, William5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 2 Jul 1841 at Gloucester;2841 married Sidney W. Laroque 5 Aug 1855 at Gloucester. He was a sailor.2842

Children of Clementina9 Babson and Sidney W. Laroque were as follows:

270. Sarah Elizabeth9 Babson (Philip8, Philip7, Philip6, William5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 20 Aug 1844 at Gloucester;2847 married William Phelan Jr., son of William Phelan and Pauline Simonds, 27 Apr 1864 at Gloucester;2848 died 18 Apr 1918 at age 73.2849

Children of Sarah Elizabeth9 Babson and William Phelan Jr. were:

271. Nicholas Poor9 Babson (155) (Philip8, Philip7, Philip6, William5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 15 Apr 1846 at Gloucester;2851 he and Luella A. Coombs, daughter of Jason Coombs and Sophia J. Porter, were married 11 Jun 1867 at East Boston by Clem A. Wilson, Justice of the Peace;2852 died 29 Jul 1913 at Revere at age 67;2853,2854 buried at Oak Grove Cemetery, Gloucester, with his parents.

He served during the Civil War in Company C, 23rd Regiment, Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry. He claimed to be 18 when he enlisted on 17 Nov 1862 at Gloucester. He was 5'10" tall with brown hair and blue eyes, a mariner by occupation.

On 12 Apr 1863 he was temporarily attached to Co. G, 8th Massachusetts Infantry. He was discharged from Co. C at Newport News, VA on 1 Dec 1863 and re-enlisted as a Veteran Volunteer of the same company on the next day.

He went absent without leave to Massachusetts in February 1864 and in April his pay was stopped for a full month when he lost his Enfield rifled musket and a full set of equipment.

He was wounded in the left hand at Cold Harbor, VA 3 Jun 1864 and sent to the DeCamp Army Hospital at David's Island, NY Harbor. After being wonded, he was on detached service at New Bern, NC from 29 Sep 1864 to 25 Jun 1865 as a clerk in the Subsistence Department when he was mustered out of the service.2855 He appeared on the census of 1880 at 319 Maine St., Boston. Luella's mother was living with them.2856 After his wife's death, Nicholas moved first to Buffalo, NY in 1896 and then to Lyndonville Nicholas Poor Babson (155) appeared on the census of 1900 at Ridgeway, Medina Twp, working as a farm laborer.2857 He lived at Carlyon, Orleans Co., NY, in 1902.2858 Possibly by 1906, he tired of the middle name Poor as he clearly signed his name to two Bureau of Pension forms as Nicholas Power Babson.2859 He lived at National Soldiers Home, Kennebec, ME, by 1912. He was apparently living with his son just before his death.2860

Luella A. Coombs was born on 16 Jun 1845 at Boston.2861 She died on 25 Jun 1895 at Somerville at age 50.2862 She appeared on the census of 1880 in the household of Nicholas Poor Babson (155) at 319 Maine St., Boston.2863

Children of Nicholas Poor9 Babson (155) and Luella A. Coombs all born at Gloucester were as follows:

272. Anna Stanley9 Babson (Daniel Tarr8, Samuel7, Samuel6, William5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 1 Aug 1838 at Lower Salem, OH; married Christopher Columbus Perkins 1 Jan 1857; died 19 Apr 1921 at age 82.

She appeared on the census of 1860 in the household of Daniel Tarr Babson (95) at Salem, Washington Co., OH.2870 She appeared on the census of 1880 in the household of Christopher Columbus Perkins.2871

Christopher Columbus Perkins was born in 1832. He died in 1907. He appeared on the census of 1880.2872

Children of Anna Stanley9 Babson and Christopher Columbus Perkins were as follows:

273. Mary Adaline9 Babson (Daniel Tarr8, Samuel7, Samuel6, William5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 1840 at Lower Salem, OH; married Ezra Post Doane 28 Dec 1859; died 1913.

She appeared on the census of 1860 in the household of Daniel Tarr Babson (95) at Salem, Washington Co., OH.2873

Ezra Post Doane was born on 12 Sep 1832 at Salem, OH. He died in 1912.

Children of Mary Adaline9 Babson and Ezra Post Doane were as follows:

274. Samuel Hazelton9 Babson (156) (Daniel Tarr8, Samuel7, Samuel6, William5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 4 Dec 1841 at Lower Salem, OH; married Diantha Johnson 30 Jul 1862 at Lower Salem.

He was also known as Hazelton Babson. He appeared on the census of 1860 in the household of Daniel Tarr Babson (95) at Salem, Washington Co., OH.2874 He appeared on the census of 1870 at Salem next door to his father and his eldest sister Anna and her husband.2875 He appeared on the census of 1880 at Salem living next door to his brother Joseph with his Dad two doors away.2876

Diantha Johnson was born on 23 Oct 1841 at Washington Co., OH. She died in Oct 1912 at Washington Co. She appeared on the census of 1880 in the household of Samuel Hazelton Babson (156) at Salem.2877

Children of Samuel Hazelton9 Babson (156) and Diantha Johnson all born at Lower Salem, Washington Co., OH, were as follows:

275. Angenora D.9 Babson (Daniel Tarr8, Samuel7, Samuel6, William5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 1844 at Lower Salem, OH; married Reese Thomas 23 Jan 1866; died 1911.

She appeared on the census of 1860 in the household of Daniel Tarr Babson (95) at Salem, Washington Co., OH; age 46, born in Maine, along with his wife, born in Ohio, and seven of his children. Living next door was Lydia's older brother Curtis Doane, age 60, born in CT.2890

Reese Thomas was born in 1836. He died in 1886.

Children of Angenora D.9 Babson and Reese Thomas were as follows:

276. Julietta9 Babson (Daniel Tarr8, Samuel7, Samuel6, William5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 19 Feb 1849 at Lower Salem, OH; married John Thomas, son of William Thomas, 13 Dec 1876; died 1931.

She appeared on the census of 1860 in the household of Daniel Tarr Babson (95) at Salem, Washington Co., OH.2891

John Thomas was born in 1845. He died in 1901.

Children of Julietta9 Babson and John Thomas were as follows:

277. Joseph Preston9 Babson (157) (Daniel Tarr8, Samuel7, Samuel6, William5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 7 Oct 1850 at Lower Salem, OH; married Angeline "Angie" True, daughter of Joel True and Louise McGruder, 1 Dec 1878 at Lower Salem. Joseph's father made oath on 26 Nov 1878 that both Joseph and Angie were over 21 years of age and they were married five days later;2892 died 28 Mar 1934 at in the home of his son Harley, Akron, OH, at age 83; buried at Lowell, Washington Co., OH.

He appeared on the census of 1860 in the household of Daniel Tarr Babson (95) at Salem, Washington Co., OH.2893 He appeared on the census of 1880 next door to his father.2894

Angeline "Angie" True was born in 1850. She appeared on the census of 1880 in the household of Joseph Preston Babson (157); next door to his father.2895

Children of Joseph Preston9 Babson (157) and Angeline "Angie" True both born at Lower Salem, Washington Co., OH, were as follows:

278. Lydia Ida9 Babson (Daniel Tarr8, Samuel7, Samuel6, William5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 19 Mar 1854 at Lower Salem, OH; married William W. Stanley 12 Mar 1876; died 1929.

William W. Stanley was born in 1839. He died in 1920.

Children of Lydia Ida9 Babson and William W. Stanley were as follows:

279. Dora Belle9 Babson (Daniel Tarr8, Samuel7, Samuel6, William5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 21 Nov 1859 at Lower Salem, OH; married James Murphy 25 Dec 1882; died 1931.

James Murphy was born in 1850. He died in 1929.

Children of Dora Belle9 Babson and James Murphy were:

280. Ann Elizabeth9 Porter (Mary8Babson, Samuel7, Samuel6, William5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 1834; married Josiah Twiggs.

Children of Ann Elizabeth9 Porter and Josiah Twiggs were:

281. Sally9 Porter (Mary8Babson, Samuel7, Samuel6, William5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 1838; married Willard Hall 1865.

Children of Sally9 Porter and Willard Hall were as follows:

282. Marion9 Porter (Mary8Babson, Samuel7, Samuel6, William5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 1840; married William Moore.

Children of Marion9 Porter and William Moore were as follows:

283. Charles G.9 Porter (Mary8Babson, Samuel7, Samuel6, William5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 1843; married Frances McGee.

Children of Charles G.9 Porter and Frances McGee were as follows:

284. Hosea S.9 Porter (Mary8Babson, Samuel7, Samuel6, William5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 1845; married Susanna Chandler.

He moved with his family to Kansas.

Children of Hosea S.9 Porter and Susanna Chandler were as follows:

285. David Allen9 Babson (158) (John Balch8, Joseph7, Joseph6, Joseph5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 6 Dec 1835 at Greenport, NY; married Amanda Theresa Hildreth, daughter of Lester Hildreth and Anna Maria Goodale, 16 Dec 1860 at Southampton, Long Island, NY;2897 died 26 Sep 1903 at New Haven, CT, at age 67; buried at Oakland Cemetery, Sag Harbor, Long Island, NY, with his wife and daughter, Eve.

He lived with his son Frank, and in 1902 he was with his son Everett. He appeared on the census of 1860 at Sag Harbor, NY, listed as a bookkeeper.2898 He was at New Haven, CT, in 1870 working as a clerk at the Merchants Hotel and living at 66 Dixwell Ave. In 1875 he was still working for the hotel but living at 96 Wooster St. By 1900 he was living with his son Frank and in 1902 he was with his son Everett.2899

Amanda Theresa Hildreth was born on 30 Jan 1840 at Bridgehampton, Long Island, NY.2900 She died on 7 Mar 1889 at age 49.2901

Children of David Allen9 Babson (158) and Amanda Theresa Hildreth were as follows:

286. Josepha A. "Josie"9 Babson (John Balch8, Joseph7, Joseph6, Joseph5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 21 Sep 1850 at New Haven, CT; married Capt. John H. Hewitt circa 1869; died 2 Jan 1891 at New Haven, CT, at age 40.

She and Capt. John H. Hewitt lived at New Haven where he was a shipmaster.

Children of Josepha A. "Josie"9 Babson and Capt. John H. Hewitt were as follows:

287. Martha A.9 Babson (David8, Joseph7, Joseph6, Joseph5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 7 May 1846 at New Haven, CT; married Frederic Stein circa 1869; died 18 May 1930 at Groton, CT, at age 84.

She appeared on the census of 1860 in the household of David Babson (99) at Groton with her husband.2904

Frederic Stein was born on 27 Mar 1828 at Prussia. He died on 17 Aug 1886 at Groton, CT, at age 58.

Children of Martha A.9 Babson and Frederic Stein were:

288. Oliver B.9 Merrill (Anne Sawyer8Babson, Joseph7, Joseph6, Joseph5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); married Amanda Edgerly.

Children of Oliver B.9 Merrill and Amanda Edgerly were:

289. Walter Smith9 Babson (159) (Seth Paris8, Lydia7, Joseph6, Joseph5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 8 Nov 1877 at Alameda, CA; married Olive Lee Chapman, daughter of James Flint Chapman and Olive Levensaler, 1 Jun 1907 at East Oakland, CA; died 24 Mar 1968 at Portland, Multnomah Co., OR, at age 90.

Walter moved to Portland, Oregon with his family in 1912. A civic leader, Walter was well regarded in the business community. For many years he served as a member of the Board of Directors of Pacific Power & Light. An active golfer for many years, he was a member of the Waverly Golf Club in Portland as well as the Arlington Club, an organization which only admitted men held in high esteem in the Portland area. Walter purchased Peerless Pacific Company in late 1912, a company that manufactured wooden toilet seats and china closet bowls. In 1928 he combined with three other plumbing wholesalers to form the Consolidated Supply Company. In 1936 he reactivated Peerless Pacific where, under its own name, it became a major factor in the wholesale business of the northwest. It was sold in 1977 and is today operated by Amfac. After World War II, Peerless went into the Refrigeration business. His son, Stephen is today, in 1996, President of the Peerless Pacific Company.

Olive Lee Chapman was born on 2 Mar 1880 at East Oakland, CA.2906 She died on 13 Jun 1990 at Portland, Multnomah Co., OR, at age 110.2907 She was graduated in 1905 at Wellesley College.

Children of Walter Smith9 Babson (159) and Olive Lee Chapman were as follows:

290. Jessie M.9 Babson (Joseph B.8, Joseph7, Abraham6, Joseph5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 12 Sep 1875 at Brooklin, ME; married Eugene Emery Freethy, son of Augustus F. Freethy and Abbie M. (--?--); died 11 Apr 1898 at age 22.

She appeared on the census of 1880 in the household of her grandparents Joseph Babson (54) and Emma "Emmy" Brown Freethy at Brooklin, ME, with her parents Lt. Joseph B. Babson (103) and Martha K. Bradford.2911

Children of Jessie M.9 Babson and Eugene Emery Freethy were:

291. Marcia Rae9 Babson (Rodney Rodolph8, Daniel7, Abraham6, Joseph5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 18 May 1876 at Brooklin, ME; married Amos Howard Grindle 31 Oct 1901; died 17 Sep 1953 at Melrose, MA, at age 77;2913 buried at Wyoming Cemetery, Melrose, MA.

She was also known as Ray M Babson.

Daniel is still at Brooklin in the 1880 Federal census, at the age of 80 and living with him are his son Rodolph and his wife, Elva and Daniel's granddaughter, Rae.2914

Angelia wrote her will 7 Jan 1889 and it was proved 8 Feb 1892 (Suffolk Co. Probate #653:111). In it she named Jane E. Smith of Boston, Rae and Harold, children of her brother Rodney Rodolph, who was to be her executor and to have all her real estate.2915

Amos Howard Grindle was born in 1868. He died in 1951.

Children of Marcia Rae9 Babson and Amos Howard Grindle were as follows:

292. Minnie Florence9 Babson (William Kitteredge8, William7, Abraham6, Joseph5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 24 Apr 1861 at Brooklin, ME; married Edgar Warren Wells, son of Warren Wells and Mary Ann Herrick, 25 Dec 1879; died 16 May 1919 at Brooklin, ME, at age 58.

Cynthia was appointed guardian for their daughter, Minnie on 28 October 1863. The accounting indicated that she owned 25 acres at Brooklin and a half pew in the Baptist Meeting House.2916

Edgar Warren Wells was born on 31 May 1852. He died on 23 Feb 1911 at age 58.

Children of Minnie Florence9 Babson and Edgar Warren Wells were as follows:

293. Capt. Ernest Elwin9 Babson (160) (Charles Leroy8, William7, Abraham6, Joseph5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 5 Sep 1866 at Eggemoggin, Deer Isle, ME;2920 married Lillian Rose Douglas, daughter of Rufus Douglas and Hannah Maria Dority, 9 Apr 1890 at West Brooksville, ME; died 2 Nov 1935 at West Brooksville, Hancock Co., ME, at age 69; buried at Mt. Rest Cemetery, North Brooksville, ME.

Ernest, was a seaman and a farmer. Known as "Captain," he was a life-long resident and, before retiring, harbormaster at Brooksville. He was First Worthy Master of Bagaduce Lodge, F. of A.M., a member of Gov. Brooks Lodge, I.O.O.F., and of the Congregational Church.2921

The administration of Charles' estate named his three children and though it showed no real estate, he did have a total of $2550 in the bank.2922

Lillian Rose Douglas was born on 5 Mar 1875 at Brooksville, ME. She died on 14 Dec 1951 at age 76.

Children of Capt. Ernest Elwin9 Babson (160) and Lillian Rose Douglas were as follows:

294. Elizabeth B. "Lizzie"9 Babson (Charles Leroy8, William7, Abraham6, Joseph5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 19 Jan 1868 at Eggemoggin, Deer Isle, ME; married Neal F. Dow 31 Oct 1887 at Deer Isle, ME.

The administration of Charles' estate named his three children and though it showed no real estate, he did have a total of $2550 in the bank.2936

Children of Elizabeth B. "Lizzie"9 Babson and Neal F. Dow were as follows:

295. William Kitteredge9 Babson (161) (Charles Leroy8, William7, Abraham6, Joseph5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 18 Apr 1872 at Eggemoggin, Deer Isle, ME; married Elizabeth J. Black, daughter of George A. Black and Charlotte Vicotria Watts, 12 Sep 1892 at Deer Isle, Hancock Co., ME; died 18 Oct 1939 at Deer Isle, Hancock Co., ME, at age 67;

At the time of the administration of his estate in November 1939 his three children were listed as heirs;2937 buried at Brooklin Baptist Church, Brooklin, ME.

William grew up on Pumpkin Island, where his father was the lighthouse keeper. Located off the coast of Deer Isle in Eggemoggin Reach, Pumpkin Island is one of the loveliest areas in the country. William was also a carpenter and it was at his home that his father died in 1922.

On 16 November 1922, the day before his death, Charles sold "for one dollar and other valuable consideration" to his son William Kitteredge all the land in the survey of John G. Eaton dated October 1905 and "owned by me that has not been transferred by me previous to this date at Eggemoggin, so called, on Little Deer Isle." This deed was not recorded until 7 May 1925.2938

The administration of Charles' estate named his three children and though it showed no real estate, he did have a total of $2550 in the bank.2939

Elizabeth J. Black was born in 1871 at Deer Isle, Hancock Co., ME.2940 She died on 8 Dec 1941.2941

Named as heirs in the administration of Eliza's estate were her son Joseph E. of Stoneham, Mass., daughter Ruth V. Allen of Brooklin, Me., grandson William Everett of Blue Hill and grandaughters Norma Ricker, Shiela Babson and Serita Babson. Her real estate consisted of the 7.5 acre house lot of her deceased husband located at Eggemoggin.2942

Children of William Kitteredge9 Babson (161) and Elizabeth J. Black all born at Deer Isle, Hancock Co., ME, were as follows:

296. Charles Thatcher9 Judge (Susan Cole8Babson, John Millet7, Abraham6, Joseph5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 28 Jan 1868; married Alice M. Ridley 27 Aug 1890; died 26 Sep 1938 at Concord, MA, at age 70.2955

Children of Charles Thatcher9 Judge and Alice M. Ridley were:

297. Joseph9 Perkins (Abraham8, Eliza7Babson, John6, Joseph5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); married Eliza Babson of Penobscot, ME, daughter of Capt. John Babson (32) and Emma Brown, 20 Sep 1824.

Eliza Babson was born on 20 Jun 1798 at Sedgwick/Brooklin, ME.2957 She died before 1874.

Children of Joseph9 Perkins and Eliza Babson were as follows:

298. Horace Perkins9 Babson (162) (George Jay8, Sivilian7, John6, Joseph5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 19 Jun 1889 at Dover-Foxcroft, Cumberland Co., ME;2968 married Olga Marie Zenker, daughter of Charles W. Zenker and Amelia (--?--), 7 Jun 1922; died Jan 1961 at Los Angeles, CA, at age 71.

Horace Perkins Babson (162) was a beneficiary of the will of his father George Jay Babson (107).2969

Horace was an attorney residing in Los Angeles. His office was located at 412 West 6th Street from 1925 to 1930.2970 The name of his firm in both the 1935 and 1940 city directories was Carpenter, Babson and Fendler. His residence was at 221 North Arden Blvd.2971

Olga Marie Zenker was born on 1 Sep 1890. She died circa 1973. After her husband died, Olga first lived at the Sleepy Hollow Apartments on 6th Avenue, San Diego, CA.2972

Children of Horace Perkins9 Babson (162) and Olga Marie Zenker are:

299. George Jay9 Babson II (163) (George Jay8, Sivilian7, John6, Joseph5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 2 Aug 1905 at Dover-Foxcroft, ME;2973 married Elizabeth Lincoln Chapman, daughter of Horatio C. Chapman and Louise Schneiderwind, 20 Aug 1926 at St. Thomas Episcopal Church, New York City, NY; died 28 Jan 1988 at Leesburg, VA, at age 82.2974

George Jay Babson II (163) was a beneficiary of the will of his father George Jay Babson (107).2975 In 1941 George received $101,000 from a Trustee Account from his father's will.2976

George prepped at Phillips Academy, Andover, MA. He graduated from Yale University where he studied architecture at the Yale School of Fine Arts.

During World War II he served in the U.S. Navy for five years and was released from active duty with the rank of Commander.

With an active interest in local politics, George served for several years on the Town Council of Leesburg, Virginia, where he resided. He was a member of the University Club in Washington, D.C. Having been interested in the Babson family for many years, he compiled in 1958 the thoughtfully researched booklet A Brief & True Report Concerning the Colonial Babsons in 1958.

Elizabeth Lincoln Chapman was born at Green's Farms, CT. She prepped at Abbot Academy, Andover, MA, and Smith College.

In a tribute to his wife, George said: "The Babson men are traditionally most lucky in their wives and I uphold the tradition."

Children of George Jay9 Babson II (163) and Elizabeth Lincoln Chapman are:

300. Mary Winifred9 Babson (John Walker8, Samuel Brown7, John6, Joseph5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 3 Aug 1856 at Brooksville, ME;2977 married Dr. William Bates French 5 Nov 1877 at Washington, D.C; died 1940 at Washington, D.C.

Mary Winifred Babson was a beneficiary of the will of her father John Walker Babson (109).2978

Dr. William Bates French was born in 1855. He died in 1910 at Bangor, ME. He was the brother of the noted American Sculptor, Daniel Chester French.

Children of Mary Winifred9 Babson and Dr. William Bates French were as follows:

301. John Walker9 Babson Jr. (164) (John Walker8, Samuel Brown7, John6, Joseph5, John4, Richard3, James2, Thomas1); born 22 Apr 1876 at Brooksville, ME;2979 married Mary Elizabeth Haley 10 May 1899 at Second Baptist Church, Washington, DC; died 28 May 1943 at Washington, DC, at age 67.

John Walker Babson Jr. (164) was a beneficiary of the will of his father John Walker Babson (109).2980 He served as executor for the will of his mother Eliza Ann Tibbetts which named him her sole beneficiary.2981

John lived at 1945 Bilmore St. NW, Washington, DC, on 16 Mar 1907.2982 In 1914 John was Vice-President of The Morris Peters Company.2983 By 1931 he was a Manager of Webb and Bocorselski. His residence at time of death was Herndon, Virginia.

Mary Elizabeth Haley was born on 13 Jul 1877 at Goode, Bedford Co., VA. She died on 22 Apr 1963 at Meridian, Lauderdale Co., Mississippi, at age 85 in an automobile accident along with her daughter and son-in-law, Beulah and William T. Mooreland.

Children of John Walker9 Babson Jr. (164) and Mary Elizabeth Haley were as follows:




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