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151 1860 - Living with brother Jonathan E. Hodgkins. Hodgkins, Daniel (I1906)
152 1860 - Living with Elias Taylor in Hebron, Oxford County, Maine and working as a farm laborer. Davee, Horatio Granville (I4085)
153 1860 - Living with first wife, Sarah L. and children, Ellen A., Sarah M., James A. and Howard F. in Portland, Maine.

1870 - Living with first wife, Sarah L. and children Sarah M., James A. and Howard F. in Portland, Maine.

1880 - Living with daughter Sarah & son Howard in Portland

census ??? - Living with him was wife Joanna, his son, Howard and wife, Julia and three grandchildren, Gertrude, Frederick and Ellen.

Stephen was listed as a widower in 1880 Census and living with him were his daughter, Sarah, age 24 and son, Howard F., age 22.

1900 census - household includes son Howard, his wife Julia, children Gertrude, Fredrick & Ellen 
Hall, Stephen D. (I600)
154 1860 - Living with Thomas and Esther Chase.

Known as Joanna Berry at time of marriage to Nathaniel. Previous marriage assumed. (Briggs) 
Berry, Joanna (I3775)
155 1860 - Name listed as Wm C. Stevens.

per “Sesquicentennial” p. 306, “He was in the Civil War and did not return”

possibly from Scarborough 
Stevens, William C. (I5011)
156 1860 - There is a Simeon Libby in Lewiston married to Harriet with five children.

1187 - Simeon T. Libby living in Lewiston (city directory) 
Libby, Simeon Turner (I251)
157 1860 census - household includes John A. Caldwell, age 18, farm laborer
1870 census - household includes Susan Walker, age 78. Possible aunt?
1880 census - household includes Fred G. Newton, age 16, farm laborer 
Walker, William Haskell (I4191)
158 1860 census - lived next door to Eli & Henrietta Hodgkins, and had a son named Eli 2nd. Are these his correct parents?

Birthplace of Harpswell confirmed on Eli’s DR

“Came to greene from Brunswick about 1836” per “History of Androscoggin County” p 528 
Hodgkins, John M. (I5522)
159 1860 census also lists Enoch D., age 45, in household. Possible brother?

possible family:
Enoch James, s. of William and Mary Ann, in Boston, Mar. 22, 1826
George Clark, s. of William and Mary, in Boston, Mar. 2, 1828
Martha Clark, d. of William and Mary Ann, May 11, 1836
Mary Ann Frances, d. of William and Mary Ann, May 5, 1832
-- Cambridge, MA Vital Records to 1850 [Births]
Published by:
The New England Genealgical Society
Boston, MA 1914
Transcribed by Coralynn Brown 
Howlett, Enoch James (I5461)
160 1860 census illegible. Six people in household, likely Johnathan, Margaret, James, Clara, Henry, and Ella

Town House Cemetery, Town House Road.
plot 91

d14Jul1893 per grave stone “75 (or 76) y 6m” 
Bishop, Jonathan G. (I4816)
161 1860 Census listed name as Leaforest.

1870 Census shows Laforest, age 10, working in shoe shop. 
Whiting, Laforest (I1620)
162 1860 census lists James A. Mower, age 17, farm laborer, also in household. Place of birth is Iowa. Also Ellen , age 15, Emily age 13, and Mary age 10. Beleieve Emily to be Emily Frances, daughter of Oliver. But possibly James, Ellen, and Emily are all previously unknown older siblings of Mary. Mower, John Edwards (I4960)
163 1860 census lists John Trask, age 20, farm laborer, living in household
Leeds Center Cemetery lists date of birth as March 15, 1821. 
Bishop, George (I4724)
164 1860 census lists Lizzie Bates, age 13, domestic, in household.

1870 census lists Andrew Farrar, age 23, farm laborer, in household but lists Eliza with last name Mower.

1880 census lists daughter Eva age 31 with husband Andrew S. Farrar and their son Louis G. and daughter Fannie H. Possibly this is Eliza. 
Mower, Warren (I5506)
165 1860 census lists middle initial as J. Longley, Nancy Ruhamah (I5071)
166 1860 census lists Vesta W. Dearborn age 20 ‘teacher ?corn? schools’ living in Asa Atwood household. Younger sister?

DR says died at 89y2m20d, but also lists b 25Aug1832 
Dearborn, Augusta (I139)
167 1860 census lists Vesta W. Dearborn, age 20, living with Asa & Ardelia. Possible sister of Ardelia?

Listed as Dollie A. Dearborn and Dollie A. Briggs, Worcester, Massachusetts at time of marriage.

First marriage was to a man named Dearborn. Relation to Augusta? 
Briggs, Ardelia A. (I775)
168 1860 census shows George W Durgin age 19 (thus born about 1841) day laborer living with Benjamin C durgin age 52 in Lisbon, Maine. Census does not show Benjamin’s son George William (born 1850 thus age 10 at the time). Could the 1841 George be the much younger brother of Benjamin (b 1808)? If so, he was born the same year his mother died.

See Durgin book p. 8 
Durgin, George Washington (I603)
169 1860 census suggests her first name was actually Sarah, with Ann as a middle name. Kneeland, Ann (I3704)
170 1860 Mary, age 63 in household Hodgkins, Jonathan I. (I1909)
171 1860-Name spelled Harriet.

Hattie on grave stone 
Mower, Harriett Ann (I4309)
172 1860: also in household ae Mary, age 49, and Edmund Cleaves, age 12. Probably Samual married MAry after Emmarintha died, and Edmund is her son from previous marriage. Maxwell, Samuel (I5892)
173 1860: also in household are ?Andsburn?, 16, Pamelia, 7, and Alfred, 5. Grandchildren? Townsend, John (I5231)
174 1860: also in household are Ann Mariah Mower, age 13 (possible previously unknown daughter? See 1850) and Alanson Annes, male age 20. Mower, George (I4912)
175 1860: also in household are children Sylva, George, and Mabel Canwell, William B. (I4759)
176 1860: also in household are Esther Kneeland, age 41; Dorcas A. Kneeland, age 16; Albion Gilber, age 9; Mellen Thomas, age 5; David Kneeland, age 72; Dorcas R. Lucas, age 81. Chase, Eleazer (I3699)
177 1860: also in household are Laura M. Bradbury, 21 (daughter?) and Horace P. Randall, 20 (her husband?) — but not listed as a seperate family

1870: also in household are Louis Bradbury, 32, and two boarders/laborers

1880: also in household is Roene Briggs, 61, servant 
Bradbury, Royal Jones (I5230)
178 1860: also in household are Sally, age 58 (wife?), Janette, age 33 (daughter?), Charles, age 26 (son?), Janette, age 86 (mother?)

Will leaves $500 of his estate to Jenette, and the rest to “Emily Loring”. This is presumably Emily Atwood, his daughter-in-law.

aka Lucious

See “Reminiscences of Maj. Lucius Loring”, Cole’s History of Bucfield, p. 513

Postmast, Buckfield, appointed 24Jan1837 
Loring, Lucius (I1402)
179 1860: also in household are Zenas Philbrick, age 12, and Levi Turner, age 75

1880: also in household are Jennie M. Philbrick, age 9, boarder, MAry Shaw, age 80, aunt, and Wallace W. Chase, age 16, boarder.

Possibly the main Buckfield Cemetery, not Buckfield Village 
Cole, Rasselas (I3692)
180 1860: also in household is Eugneia E. Small (?), age 4

1870: also in household are Ann W. Briggs, age 88, and Sarah Knowles, age 8. 
Turner, Sarah G. (I5796)
181 1860: also in household is father Rufus Lincoln, age 80
1880: also in household is Florence Stinchfield, age 24, boarder/school teacher.

DR says buried J. Knapp farm Wayne

Parents from Bridgewater, Plymouth County, Massachusetts 
Lincoln, William Clark (I4734)
182 1860: also in household is Nathan Storer, age 41, master carpenter, Elizabeth, age 30, Mary E., age 7, and Mary McGuire, age 16, servant.

1860: shakopee MN coincidence? there is also a Michael Buck household w/ wife Christinia, sone George age 2, and daughter Anna age 1.

1870 census - living with parents Nathaniel (age 50) and Elizabeth (age 40) and sister Mary/May E., age 16.

28Jan1904 - Marriage to Charles K. Buck, Traverse City, Michigan.

Survived by son, George W. Pike and grandaughter, Hazel Pike. Sister, Mrs. Mary E. Cole, widow of Alfred Cole.

1920 - Auburn, Maine shows Anna, age 60, born in Minnesota

1930 - Listed in census as Georgianna Atwood.

1860: Ancestry does not seem to have census forms, only summaries. 
Buck, Georgie Anna Storer (I657)
183 1860: Laura M. Gilmore listed in household. Other members are Seth W. Jennings, 34, Lilia M., 30, Julius C., 7, Octavus L., 5, Laura E., 1 month, and Samuel, 73. Note infant named Laura.

see Genealogical and Family History of the STATE OF MAINE, page 145, Samuel (3) Jennings. Laura married Samuel 20Dec1868.??Listed on son Sidnay’s death record as Laura M. Field. Additional marriage?

Worn grave stones may be of three children: Mary, Laura, and “infant” 
Rackley, Laura Mower (I4396)
184 1860: living with cousin John E. Mower in Marine, Minnesota. Mower, Emily Frances (I4256)
185 1860: living with husband Henry J. Carle and daugher Lizzie, age 1.

Living with family in 1870 and 1880 were Asa A. Carle and Henry A. Carle. They may have been sons from a previous marriage.

aka Christiana A. B. Carl ?

married John E. Bryant 9May1896

1900 census may indicate that she was born Jul1841

Town House Cemetery
Piscataquis County
Maine, USA
Plot: 27 
Roberts, Christiana (I4892)
186 1860: living with sister Emily and Emily’s husband Simon Mower, Angeline (I4913)
187 1860: possibly living Belfast Plantation, Aroostook, Maine, with parentes John and Hannah

1850 Houlton census comtains:
16 35 35 Chase John 40 M Farmer 150 Province of N.B. X
17 35 35 Chase Hannah 35 F Province of N.B.
18 35 35 Chase Ezra 17 M Farmer Belfast A. Gt., Me.
19 35 35 Chase Reuben G. 15 M Belfast A. Gt., Me.
20 35 35 Chase Hezekiah 14 M Belfast A. Gt., Me.
21 35 35 Chase Wade 11 M Belfast A. Gt., Me.
22 35 35 Chase Lucinda 9 F Belfast A. Gt., Me.
23 35 35 Chase Marcellus 7 M Belfast A. Gt., Me. X
24 35 35 Chase Alonzo 5 M Belfast A. Gt., Me.

note “Marcellus” 
Chase, John E. (I5762)
188 1860: possibly living with parents, listed as Jennie W. , age 19??? Durgin, Nancy (I3616)
189 1860:also in household are William Jr. age 5/2 (assumed son), sister Angeline (but see also Bangor census for that year), sister Cynthia (called Cintha), and Mary ?Morgan, domestic Mower, William Henry (I4970)
190 1861 - Canning Census shows, Jane, age 35, daughter, living with father, Thomas age 70.

Ann Hinckley Levy
Proposed Change: Thomas Williams (I2472)

Proposed Change: Thomas Williams (I2472)
Tree: Reed

Description: Jane A. Williams, is my 2nd great grandmother. I did not have any information as to her siblings until I saw your website. Jane was born 15 May 1826 at St. John, NB; she died 23 Dec 1905 at Northfield, Sunbury, NB. She never married, better said, she refused to marry the man who fathered her son, Albert Williams who was born 14 Sep 1853, who in turn had a bunch of kids. I have interviewed so many of the family in my many trips to New Brunswick, most of whom are in Chipman. The mystery around the name of the father of Albert is a real story. In the end, I have almost certainty that he was Isaac Scott...all circumstantial evidence. I would be happy to share information if you are interested. My tree, The Ancestry of Thelms Gwendolyn (Bracy) Hinckley is on

Ann Hinckley Levy 
Williams, Jane (I3401)
191 1861 Canning Census list a Margaret McKenzie age 40 with her children John, age 10, Alice, age 8, and Rachel, age 1. Margaret is Welsh, Baptist. Children born in Canada. Williams, Margaret (I2474)
192 1861 Canning Census shows ACKERLEY as family name; also in household are niece Elizabeth Robinson, 25, and boarder Rebecca ?Homes?, 76.

1881 Census spells name AHERLEY
1881 Census shows entire family as Baptists

1860 Marriage Bonds spells name AKERLY

1871 Census lists Leonard's age as 45. born 1825??
1871 Canning Parish. N.B. Census spelled AKERLY.
1871 Census showed May Robertson, age 84 living with family.

Grave stone shows birth date as 1835.

NB Archives F9092 #6641 shows Leonard and John Robinson both of Canning in Queens County paid 500 pounds on Nov. 25, 1860. Bond to marry Frances Aurelia Chapman of the same place, spinster.

28 Dec 1860 Religious Intelligencer reported marriage November 15, 1860, by William Robinson, at his residence in Newcastle, Grand Lake (Queens Co.) Francis was list as Chipman and both from Canning.

Posted by: Walt Akerley
Date: February 03, 2002 at 18:35:29
In Reply to: Re: Akerley c 1757 by Tibby
105 of 143

Hi, My stats show Abraham Akerley born in 1767 in Gagetown, NB, Canada. He married Ann DeLong and his childern were:

William, James, Daniel, Isreal, Titus, Charles, Leonard, Susan, Miriam, Mercy, Abraham.

According to what I've been able to gather, the Leonard above is my great-gandfather.

Hope this helps. What is your relationship to the Akerley family?

Akerley, Leonard (I2324)
193 1861 Canning Census shows Charles as a general laborer.

Lorna Burke's great frandfather

shown on 1891 census as a Baptist and a farmer 
Chapman, Charles Sams (I2482)
194 1861 Canning Census shows William as a general laborer. Chapman, William Henry (I2480)
195 1861 Canning, Queens County, New Brunswick Census shows William, age 22, and his sister, Phillipa, age 15 living together. He is listed as a farmer from England and a Methodist. Libby, William Henry (I2488)
196 1861 Listed as sister, living with Gilbert and Rhoda Flower, age 19 Flower, Catherine (I3514)
197 1861 Lists age age 27 not 30 living with his father, John, and his two sons, Thomas and Reuben. Flower, James (I3314)
198 1861 Was not listed with Margaret and children. McKenzie, ??? (I3395)
199 1861 Welsh origin Williams, Margaret (I2474)
200 1861/14 Flower, William (I3631)

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