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101 16y 3d Davis, Sally (I6212)
102 1727-32 per Draper Barnard, John (I4576)
103 175x record damaged Longley, Anna (I6071)
104 1775 per Durgin book Durgin, Benjamin Cotton (I601)
105 1790 census: 1M>16 (Ebenezer), 2M<16 (Ebenezer, ???), 1F (Elizabeth) Hodgkins, Ebenezer (I849)
106 1790 census: 1M>16 (James Jr.), 2M<16(Wilks, James), 4F (Deborah, Mary, Patty, Sarah). Assumed names as noted.

1800: James Hodgkins, Jr. listed in Poland, Cumberland County, Maine
but also
<10, <16, <26, <45, 45+
1800, Glouscester, MA James Hodgkins (2 1 1 1 0; 0 0 1 0 1);
and Samuel P. Hodgkins households (2 1 2 0 1; 1 0 1 0 1). 
Hodgkins, James Jr. (I865)
107 1790 census: 1M>16 (Joseph), 1m<16 (Joseph (son)), 1F (Emma), assumed names as noted. Hodgkins, Joseph (I866)
108 1790 census: 1M>16, 1F, total 2 in household. Assume this is James Sr. and Mary.

1810: 2M<10 (grandchildren?), 1M>45 (James), 1F<10 (grandchildren?), 1F>45 (Mary)

DoB and Parentage may be incorreect. See records for Samuel Hodgkins / Hannah Pelkington family. They did have a son named James, but he died less than one day old. 
Hodgkins, James Sr. (I859)
109 1793 - Charter member of Baptist church.

1814 - Moved to Vincennes, Indiana

Drowned in the Wabash river while attempting to cross with a single wagon. 
Parker, Benjamin (I5163)
110 17y 10m Hodgkins, Clarissa E. (I845)
111 17y 2m 15d Mower, Edith Ina (I2006)
112 17y3m3d Paine, Elvie Bernice (I1240)
113 1810 census:
On census form, this line is labelled “Solomon Atwood, Jun.” which disagrees with the naming I have used. However, in 1810, the Solomon b1776 would have been the second oldest living by that name , and so appropriately called “Junior”.
1 M<10
1 M16-25
1M26-44 - Solomon, b1810 (age 34)
1F26-44 - Abigail, b1783 (age 27) records also contain a partial marriage record for Solomon Atwood III of New Gloucester and Olive Burgess of Boston, no date given.

found birth record for at least one son, also called Solomon, b5Apr1811
also daughter Sarah b1809
son Harrison b1807
daughter Adaline b 1815

this user lists ten children:

Abigail T Atwood
Harriet Atwood
Hannah Rogers Atwood
Harrison Atwood
per this user, Harrison m. Sally Vosmus. They had a daughter Abbie b1843 d1910 who married Cyrus Chase. Cyrus had son Norman. Norman had son Eugene W. Eugene had daughter Avis (i6186). However, none of this connects to Peter Chase’s family as far as I can tell.
Sarah Atwood
Solomon Atwood
Solomon Atwood
Adaline S Atwood
Joanna T Atwood
Israel Smith Atwood
Atwood, Solomon (I1977)
114 1820 census indicates Luther Whiting household contained 1 free white male age 10-16, 1 f.w.m. age 45+, 2 f.w.f under age 10, 1 f.w.f.age 16-26, and 1 f.w.f. age 26-45. Two of these persons were engaged in agriculture.

Assume these people were:
m age 10-16: tbd
m age 45+: Luther Whiting (head of household)
f age <10: tbd
f age <10: tbd
f age 16-26: tbd
f age 26-45: Mary Hamilton Mason (wife)

Or, since none of the children’s ages match known children with Mary, perhaps Mary was Luther’s second wife, and this is another woman and different children.

1830 census, counts and presumed names:
2 m <5 William, Luther
1 m 15-20 tbd (possibly youngest male from 1820, if ages are not quite accurate)
1 m 50-60 Luther
2 f 5-10 Adaline, tbd
2 f 10-15 tbd, tbd (possibly two youngest from 1820, with oldest having moved out/married?)
1 f 40-50 Mary 
Whiting, Luther (I821)
115 1820 census: 1 male <10 (assumed to be Leonard Sulivan), 1 male 16-25 (Assumed to be Leonard), 1 female 16-25 (assumed to be Lydia)

1840 census: 1 male <5 (assumed Everett Lincoln), 1 male 5-9 (assumed Franklin Newton), 1 male 10-14 (assumed Albion K.P.), 1 male 40-49 (assumed Leonard), 1 female 5-9 (assumed Elizabeth Ann), 1 female 15-19 (assumed Emeline Robbins), 1 female 40-49 (assumed Lydia) 
Mower, Leonard (I4371)
116 1830 - Census lists male under seventy living in Poland, Androscoggin County, Maine with William Verrill, Jr. under age forty. Varrell, William (I121)
117 1830 - living with grandparents

possibly married Luther Tripp 3Sep1853

Latham history of Bisbee family agrees she married Luther Tripp 
Harris, Angela (I3932)
118 1830 census largely illegible. May inidcate that he was between 60-70 Merryman, Timothy (I4646)
119 1840 - Buckfield Census lists female in home of Thomas Rich between the age of fifty and sixty.

1840 - Also in household was a male between the age of twenty and thirty.

1860 - Joanna and husband, Thomas Rich, living with her brother, Hezekiah and his family. Says Joanna b. Vermont

Died at age 79

seems unlikely she was born in Vermont. Confirm 
Atwood, Joanna (I663)
120 1840 - Census listed her as a Revolutionary War pensioner. Living in household of Edmund Penny/Perry, in a total of 9 people: 1 m <5, 1m<10, 1m40-50, 1m70-80, 1f<10, 1f20-30, 1f30-40, 2f70-80. Lucy is listed as age 73.

1850 - Note that Edmund Penney household is next door to Israel Baily household, where 38 yo Israel lives with 27 yo Elizabeth and 2 yo Clara E. This canot be Lucy;s husband, but posibly an unknown grandson or other relative?

1860 - Seth Manley household contains Edmund & Jennett Penney and Olive and Lucy Bailey. 
Whitman, Lucy (I118)
121 1840 - Census lists Betsey as female between forty and fifty.

1850 - Minot, Maine, lists Betsey, age 58, living with nephew, Samuel D. and his wife Phebe.

1860 - Betsey was living with niece, Judith Hodgkins Yeaton.

Same burial stone as mother Elizabeth. 
Hodgkins, Betsey (I851)
122 1840 - Census lists Ebenezer D. living in Minot, Maine with what appears to be his family and his mother and her younger children.

1850 census lists Charles Wells, age 25, farm laborer, living in household

1860 census Auburn, Maine lists E. D. Hodgkins, age 45, living with wife, Louisa S., age 48, son Ebenezer, age 9, Charles H. Wells, age 25 and Laura A. Wells, age 21.

I believe death between May 26, 1863 and September 26, 1868.

City of Auburn shows death prior to 3rd Tues April 1865. See probate records. Will is dated 5Apr1865

Final accounting January 1871. 
Hodgkins, Ebenezer Dexter (I99)
123 1840-Buckfield Census lists Thomas between the age of sixty and seventy.

Name: Thomas Rich
Event Type: Birth
Birth Date: 22 May 1777
Birth Place: Charlton, Massachusetts
Father Name: David Rich
Mother Name: Polly 
Rich, Thomas (I660)
124 1840: household contains 1M20-29 (Thomas), 1F20-29 (Martha) Atwood, Thomas (I820)
125 1850 - also in household is Mary Colby, age 36 - possible sister-in-law? Longley, Josiah Payne (I5045)
126 1850 - Living & woring with his brother Benjamin on farm of Charles Foster, apparently near the poor farm which his father managed.

Per DR, had been living in Dover NH for 40 years upon his death. 
Rackley, Samuel (I4383)
127 1850 - Living in Portland, Cumberland County, Maine with family of Moses Dodge, MD. Sister Abby V. in same home. Atwood, Frances E. (I1406)
128 1850 - Living in Portland, Cumberland County, Maine with family of Moses Dodge, MD. Sister Frances E. in same home.

1910 - Listed as Abby B. Murphrey living with brother, James N. Atwood. Widowed and not shown as ever having any children.


1910 - Listed as Vesta A. Atwood, age 78, living in Lisbon with son Alfred, age 55

May have been named after Abbey Vesta Coffin, daughter of Warren and Betsey

Not found at Gibbs Cemetery during visit 18Aug2016 
Atwood, Abby Vesta (I1407)
129 1850 - Living with father and mother after husband died. Harris, Hannah (I3941)
130 1850 - Nancy's parents were living with her at time of census

1880 - Living with son, James and his family in Livermore, Androscoggin County, Maine. 
Coffin, Nancy (I677)
131 1850 - possibly living with uncle Seth Harris Jr. Census appears to show “J Arvilla Harris”, age 11, female.
Also in household is ?Jesse? Austin, male, age 16. Could this be Leonard Austin, who married the “other” Arvilla Drew Harris? Or was it Arvilla D who lived with Seth?

I have conflicting birth records - possibly 1837 or 1838 
Harris, Arvilla (I3934)
132 1850 - See Arvilla Harris Harris, Arvilla Drew (I3933)
133 1850 ceneus: married to Brettanie Thomes, age 26, with son Gardner, age 2.
also 1860. 
Thomes, Samuel (I4119)
134 1850 census - household includes Walter S. Newton, age 12

Knight Cemetery, Peru, Oxford County, Maine
Route 108 near Peru Center Road 
Walker, William (I3751)
135 1850 census lists Andrew W. Cole, age 18, in household. Also Lucy Royal, age 87, ‘pauper’, and John Lyford, age 50, cooper. Mower, Mary (I4275)
136 1850 census lists Erastus Halsey, age 17, and George B Halsey, age 2, in household.

His early politics was Whig.

At age 26, he went to Calais, VT wher he married and lived for twelve years and where his oldest four children were born.

Lived and died in the house where he was born, and where his father settled and lived. 
Mower, Deacon Oliver (I4251)
137 1850 census lists Lydia Mower, age 56, in household. Possibly this is a second wife.

GPS Coordinates: Latitude: 44.20780, Longitude: -70.11940
aka Moss Cemetery?

202 to Wiley Rd to Morse Cemetery Rd

Had 2 children by first wife and 10 by second. Not sure why Mom recorded only Warren. 
Mower, Ebenezer (I4359)
138 1850 census lists ten additional children of Ebenezer.

possibly aka Capt. Ebenezer Verrill

possibly JAsper Cemetery, Pottle Hill Road, Minot
Find A Grave Memorial# 93005257 
Verrill, Ebenezer (I1767)
139 1850 census lists Wiliam Mower age 57 living with Oliver Mower. If this is an error and actual age was 67, could this be a reference to William b. 21May1784? Mower, William (I4273)
140 1850 household includes:
Joseph Yeaton, age 5
Ebenezer F. Yeaton, age 1, possibly a second son, born after his father’s death and given his middle name, and re-using ‘Ebenezer’ from the son who died in 1848.
Justin E. Hodgkins, age 21 (Judeth’s brother), noted as working in shoe shop
Elisha Hall, age 21, noted as working in shoe shop

1860 household includes:
Judeth Yeaton age 26 ok
Aureal (?) Yeaton , f, age 53
Zebulon Rowe age 48 possible boarder?
Joseph Yeaton age 15 ok
Frederick Yeaton age 10 ok
Betsey Hodgkins age 60 ok

Name spelled Judith on gravestone

middle name Lane per Poor/“Merrimack” 
Hodgkins, Judeth Lane (I843)
141 1850 listed on census as Joan Durgin.

Libby lot contains four generations of Atwood women. Joanna, her daughter Francis and Francis's daughter, Josie Atwood Hodgkins and her daughter, Methyl Gertrude. 
Durgin, Joanna Atwood (I110)
142 1850 living in Auburn, Androscoggin County, Maine

1870 - Listed in census as Osborn C. Libby, living with mother, sister and brother.

Death listed in 1908 Lewiston, Androscoggin County, Maine, City Directory.

Per gravestone, Charles and Sophonia died within days of each other Dec1908. However, Charles’ death record says he died in 1907. 
Libby, Charles Osborn (I1151)
143 1850:
- census covers Waterford, Sweden, and Denmark
- also in household are Ann (assumed wife); Charles How (assumed son-in-law) and Mary; Gerige and Augusta (assumed grandchildren)
- next door to brother Jonathan

married Ann Spurr 21Mar1815, Otisfield 
Longley, Abel (I5104)
144 1850:
- census covers Waterford, Sweden, and Denmark
- also in household are Sophia (assumed wife) and Jonathan, Martha, Nancy and Lewis (assumed children)
- next door to brother Abel

FaG suggests an earlier wife, Lydia Robbin Longley, 1799-1843, and lists children James, Jonathan, and Lewis 
Longley, Jonathan Jr. (I5106)
145 1850: also in household are Angela/Angelia, age 13, granddaughter, and Henrietta (?) age 4. Harris, Seth Sr. (I3925)
146 1850: also in household are children Demas, Deborah, Chloe, Benjamin(?), and Henry
1870: also in household is Harriet E., age 19
1880: also in household is George, age 15, listed as servant but no last name given

grave says “died June 1, 1891; aged 80y 9m 20d” 
Burgess, John (I4824)
147 1850: also in household are George H. Downing, age 13 (presumed son), and Lura Ann Downing, age 9, presumed daughter. (Confirmed by Lapham)

1860: also in household are Lura Downing, age 19 (daughter?); George W. Jacksn, age 25, oil cloth carpet painter, and ?Apollos Hammond, age 22, occupation marked “do” - possibly “ditto”, meaning that he was also an oil cloth carpet painter.

Sarah b 19Feb1941

Sarah married Apollos Hammond 10Jun1860. Apollos may have d. 1864 in New Orleans (presumably in the war). There is an Apollos Hammond from ME buried at the Chalmette National Cemetery.

1870: also in household is Edgar Hammond, age 8.

1880: also in household is Elmer Hammond, age 18.

Possibly Edgar/Elmer is a child of Apollos and Lura??? 
Downing, Amos (I508)
148 1850: also in household are Loan P. Haskell, age 30, f,

1860 cenus is difficult to read, but also in household appear to be Luann B. Haskell, age 40; Pembroke O. Haskell, age 10; Lucena Haskell, age 6

Presumably Loan/Luann is Samuel’’s wife 
Haskell, Samuel Hubbard Jr. (I1562)
149 1850: also in household are Oscar, Olive. Converse, Calvin, John, Algernon

1850: also in household are Oscar, John, Algernon and ?Onslow? 
Allen, Alfred W. (I3967)
150 1850: also in household are “A”, age 19, and assumed to be son’s family: James, Althea, Frank, Charlotte, and Fred Bishop, Zadock (I4793)

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