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ii. JOHN, m. Taylor.
NATHANIEL MYRICK, first Town Treasurer. Wife Elizabeth. i. ABIGAIL, b. Oct. 10, 1769. ii. JOSEPH, b. April 16, 1774. iii. Mary, b. June 10, 1776(?); m. Amos Doane. iv. NATHANIEL, b. July 7, 1778. v. ELIZABETH, b. Feb. !2, 1781. vi. SOLOMON, b. Feb. 7, 1783. vii. REUBEN, b. Aug. 12, 1786. ANDREW PATTERSON, lived in West Hampden. Chairman of first Board of Selectmen. Son Andrew, Jr.
HARDING Snow from Wellfleet; died Oct., 1846, aged 93. Married Betsey Cobb; she died Sept. 9, 1856. Their son:
i. Calvin, m. Sophronia Holland, 1825. Eleven children.
JOSEPH Snow, first wife Susan ; second wife, Lydia. Cbildren :
i. SAMUEL, b. Eastham, Aug. 21, 1786.
Nath. b. Aug. 13, 1797. vi. HANNAH, b. Hampden, Aug. 24, 1799. vii. DEAN, b. April 20, 1803. SHEBNA SWETT, one of the first board of selectmen. His will, May 26, 1804, pro June 2, 1817, grandson, Reuben Young, administrator or executor. Wife Dorothy, widow, died July 23, 1822, aged 82.
i. ABIGAIL, M. Young.
BETHIAH, m. Simpson.
SIMEON Smith, born Halifax, Mass., March 19, 1754. Married first Polly Day, of Gloucester, Oct. 23, 1778. She died in Hampden, Feb. 27, 1795. Married second Widow Ruth Stubbs. Children:
i. POLLY, b. Aug. 4, 1779.
SAMUEL, b. Dec. 8, 1784; d. Dec. 15.
vi. SAMUEL, b. Jan. 8. 1786; d. Dec. 25, 1788.
DANIEL, b. Sept. 27, 1791.
ZEBULON Young, married first Phebe ; married second, Widow Martha Brooks Dillingham, of Henry. Children:
i. ZEBULON, b. March 3, 1791.
ELIZABETH, b. Dec. 2, 1801.
BENJAMIN WHEELER from Durham, N. H., between 17671772. He settled on the north side of Sowadabscook Stream on one of the ten lots granted by General Waldo to the ten first settlers at or near the stream. He built mills and a house near the house now owned by General James H. Butler. The place was named Wheelerborough Plantation. He died about 1777. After 1777. Petition to General Court. He also took up a lot in Orrington prior to 1773, which he sold Samuel Wiswell.* He married Elizabeth who, as his widow bad lot 26 as an early settler's lot. I bave not a correct list of children, but give them: i. SARAH WHEELER, b. in Durham, N. H., Jan. 30, 1762; m. Gen. John
Crosby of Hampden. He d. May 25, 1843, aged 86. Eleven children.
See vol. II, page 110. She d. May 28, 1828. ii. BENJAMIN WHEELER, JR., b. Durham, Jan. 1, 1763; came to Hanipden with his father and lived there. He m. Joanna
She b. Mar. 12, 1770. Children:
1. Elizabeth, b. Nov. 4, 1786.
8. Joanna Crosby, b. Mar. 17, 1800.
DANIEL WHEELER, in Hampden, Oct., 1784 and 1794.
Ante Vol. 6, page 27.
MARRIAGES IN GOULDSBOROUGH.
FROM THE TOWN RECORDS, 1789-1804.
September, Nahum Gubtail to Sally Rolf.
September, Alex McCaleb? to Hannah Lockwood. 1794, Jan. Ben Ash Jr., to Bet Ash of Sullivan.
Jan. 1o, Ichabod Willie of Narraguagus to Sally Furnald. 1794,
Feb. 3, Joseph Moore to Polly Simonton.
July 10, Jacob Townsley to Mrs. Hannah Shaw.* 1795, May 22, Bradfield Doar of Pleasant River to Miss Ruth Whit
ten, of this town.
Nov. 12, William Shaw and Dolly Moore, both of this town. 1804, May 6, Capt. S. Mackey to Mrs. Eunice (Jones) Seaman.
PUBLISHMENTS IN GOULDSBOROUGH.
FROM THE TOWN RECORDS, 1796-1806. 1796, Sept. 28, David Joy and Susanna Tibbets, of Ipping.
Nov. 7, Josiah Moore and Dorcas Godfrey. 1797, April 4, John Moore and Hannah Allen of Passamaquoddy.
May 10, William Rolf and Lucy Tracy.
May 27, Wm. Moore of Sullivan and Lucy Ash. 1798, April 2, Aaron Rolf and Dorcas Tracy, (Joseplı Tillinghast,
Sept. 22, Elisha Goodwin and Polly. Tracy.
Lemuel Weeks Crabtree of Sullivan and Eliza Littlefield. 1805, May 25, Joseph Chipman Ward ard Mary Noonan.
Aug. 31, Andrew Sargent and Sally Pinkham.
Dec. 15, John Kelly and Polly Sargent.
May 24, Elisha Jones and Mrs. Lois Taft.
Dec. 5, Samuel Hancock of Steuben and Dorcas Tracy. * Mother of Robert G. Shaw, the eminent merchant and citizen of Boston.