Marie Hutchings

F
     Marie Hutchings is the daughter of Harrison L. Hutchings Sr. and Eva Jane Decker.

Donald Decker

M
     Donald Decker is the son of David Decker and Susan Prosser.

Jay Baker

M
     Jay Baker married Donna Marie Sholes, daughter of Robert John Sholes and Elizabeth Jane Decker, in 2000.

James Currier Jr.

M
     James Currier Jr. is the son of James Currier Sr. and Donna Marie Sholes.

Child of James Currier Jr.

Christina Currier

F
     Christina Currier is the daughter of James Currier Sr. and Donna Marie Sholes. Christina Currier married Bruce Kennedy.

Children of Christina Currier and Bruce Kennedy

Travis Sholes

M
     Travis Sholes married an unknown person. He is the son of Robert Eugene Sholes.

Children of Travis Sholes

Heather Hutchings

F
     Heather Hutchings is the daughter of Rodney Hutchings and Donna Marie Sholes.

Rodney Hutchings

M
     Rodney Hutchings married Donna Marie Sholes, daughter of Robert John Sholes and Elizabeth Jane Decker, in 1984.

Child of Rodney Hutchings and Donna Marie Sholes

Jimmy Currier III

M
     Jimmy Currier III is the son of James Currier Jr.

Bruce Kennedy

M
     Bruce Kennedy married Christina Currier, daughter of James Currier Sr. and Donna Marie Sholes.

Eric James Kennedy

M
     Eric James Kennedy is the son of Bruce Kennedy and Christina Currier.

Alexis Marie Sholes

F
     Alexis Marie Sholes is the daughter of Travis Sholes.

Valerie Leigh Sholes

F
     Valerie Leigh Sholes is the daughter of Travis Sholes.

Thomas E. Kunkel

M
     Thomas E. Kunkel is the son of Richard John Kunkel Jr.

Raymond Walters Sr.

M
     Raymond Walters Sr. married Cynthia Leann Seigmyre, daughter of James Sergymre and Barbara Decker.

Children of Raymond Walters Sr. and Cynthia Leann Seigmyre

Christina Walters

F
     Christina Walters is the daughter of Raymond Walters Sr. and Cynthia Leann Seigmyre.

Raymond Walters Jr.

M
     Raymond Walters Jr. is the son of Raymond Walters Sr. and Cynthia Leann Seigmyre.

Thomas Tutt

M
     Thomas Tutt married Cynthia Leann Seigmyre, daughter of James Sergymre and Barbara Decker.

Andrea Tutt

F
     Andrea Tutt is the daughter of Thomas Tutt and Cynthia Leann Seigmyre.

Kayla Leanne Tutt

F
     Kayla Leanne Tutt is the daughter of Thomas Tutt and Cynthia Leann Seigmyre.

John Paul Kennedy

M
     John Paul Kennedy is the son of Bruce Kennedy and Christina Currier.

James Currier Sr.

M
     James Currier Sr. married Donna Marie Sholes, daughter of Robert John Sholes and Elizabeth Jane Decker, in 1980.

Children of James Currier Sr. and Donna Marie Sholes

Joseph Seigmyre

M
     Joseph Seigmyre is the son of Joseph Seigmyre.

Kimberly Seigmyre

F
     Kimberly Seigmyre is the daughter of Joseph Seigmyre.

Dawn (?)

F
     Dawn (?) married Edward W. Hanna, son of James W. Hanna and Marjorie Alice Blackman.

(?) Davis

M
     (?) Davis married Donna Hanna, daughter of James W. Hanna and Marjorie Alice Blackman.

Children of (?) Davis and Donna Hanna

Virginia Davis

F
     Virginia Davis is the daughter of (?) Davis and Donna Hanna.

Michael Davis

M
     Michael Davis is the son of (?) Davis and Donna Hanna.

(?) Sternberg

M
     (?) Sternberg married Virginia Hanna, daughter of James W. Hanna and Marjorie Alice Blackman.

Debbie Sternberg

F
     Debbie Sternberg is the daughter of (?) Sternberg and Virginia Hanna.

Richard Sternberg

M
     Richard Sternberg is the son of (?) Sternberg and Virginia Hanna.

Amy Sternberg

F
     Amy Sternberg is the daughter of (?) Sternberg and Virginia Hanna.

David Hanna

M, d. before 1963
     David Hanna was the son of James W. Hanna and Marjorie Alice Blackman. David Hanna died before 1963.

John Bonker1

M, b. before 1774
     John Bonker was born before 1774.1
     He appeared on the census of 1790 at Bedford Township, Westchester, New York, USA; Males >16 1
Males <16 3
Females 3.2 He appeared on the census of 1800 at Milton, Cayuga, New York, USA; Males <10 1
25-44 1

Females <10 1.3

Citations

  1. [S131] 1790 Federal Census.
  2. [S131] 1790 Federal Census, John Bonker Township: Bedford County: Westchester State: New York.
  3. [S133] 1800 Federal Census, Milton, Cayuga, New York; Roll: 28; Page: 616; Image: 168.

Nathaniel Bonker

M, b. circa 1773
     Nathaniel Bonker was born circa 1773 at New York, USA.
     He appeared on the census of 23 July 1850 at Household 278-286, Addison, Steuben, New York, USA; Nathaniel Bonker, 77, farmer, b. NY
Isabel, 50, b. Mass
Eliza Finn?, 10, b. NY.1

Citations

  1. [S39] 1850 Federal Census, Census Place: Addison, Steuben, New York; Roll: M432_598; Page: 210; Image: 419.

Samuel Bonker1

M, b. between 1755 and 1775
     Samuel Bonker was born between 1755 and 1775 at New York, USA.1

Citations

  1. [S133] 1800 Federal Census, Aurelius, Cayuga, New York; Roll: 28; Page: 692; Image: 206.

Christ Steir1

M

Child of Christ Steir

Citations

  1. [S89] The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, International Genealogical Index (R).

Mercy E. (?)

F
     Mercy E. (?) married Emerson J. Morse.

Child of Mercy E. (?) and Emerson J. Morse

Corp. Jeremiah Vose

M, b. 8 April 1747, d. 31 May 1823
     Corp. Jeremiah Vose was born on 8 April 1747 at Milton, Norfolk, Massachusetts, USA.1 He was the son of Ens. Robert Vose and Meriam Vose. Corp. Jeremiah Vose married Hannah Holmes, daughter of Nathaniel Holmes Jr. and Hannah Smith, on 11 January 1769 at Stoughton, Massachusetts, USA.2 Corp. Jeremiah Vose died on 31 May 1823 at Stoughton, Massachusetts, USA, at age 76.2 He was buried circa 1 June 1823 at Dry Pond Cemetery, Stoughton, Massachusetts, USA.2
     "Corporal Jeremiah Vose was b. in Milton, Apr. 8, 1747. He married in Stoughton, Jan. 11, 1769, Hannah Holmes of Stoughton, born there June 22, 1752, the daughter of Nathaneil Jr., and Hannah (Smith) HOlmes. He died in Stoughton, May 31, 1823. His widow died there May 13, 1843. Stones mark their graves in Dry Pond Cemetery in Stoughton.

Jeremiah Vose was twenty years of age when he lef Milton with his parens and went to Stoughton. Four years later, in 1771, he bought one-half of his father's homestead, and in 1777, after his father's death and the adjustmentof his affairs and final division of his estate, he was assigned the remainder of his father's real estate. he added to this in 1783, thirty acres in Stoughton and Easton on the "Old Colony Line" in 1788 the Packard place in Stoughton; in 1819 (with his sone Reuben) twelve acres on the northeasterly side of the road near his house, and small lots of Blue Hill meadow.

His real estate in 1829 aounted to one hundred and thirteen acres in Stoughton, and seventy in Easton. In that year he transferred it all to his son-in-law, Mace Gay, for $2400.00, with the understanding the Mr. Gay shold provide a suitable room for Jeremiah and his wife Hannah, with specified necessities and comforts of life as long as they lived, and Mr. Gay was to have the imporvement of the stock on the farm, kept undiminished in quantity and quality. If Jeremiah reached the age of eighty the stock was to belong to Mr. Gay; but if he died before he reached the age of eighty the stock was to be equally divided among his surviving heirs.

The indoor movables after Hannah's death were to be divided among his surviving daughters, and the farming utensils to be sold and all depts paid as well as small legacies to his sons Jeremiah and Stephen, and daughters Jerusha Morton, Polly Cram, and Lucy shepard. The deed of conveyance was signed in July, 1820. In January, 1821, Mr. Vose and Mr. Gay sold the whole property, one hundred and thirteen acres in Stoughton and seventy-six in Easton, to the two sons-in-law, James D. Swan and Benjamin bigee for $1400. In June of the next year Mr. Gay died, and about one year later, Mr. Vose.

In 1827 Swan and Bisbee sold to the proprietors of the mills on the Queset and Town Rivers in Easton and Bridgewater for $846.71, six acres with all the buildings in Stoughton and twenty-four acres nearly opposite the dwelling house lately occupied by Jeremiah, with the privilege of flowing the upper lot. The next year the remainder of the estate, about one hundred acres, with included the homestead, was sold to the son Jeremiah Vose and his sister Jerusha Morton.

Jeremiah's widow, Hannah Vose, lived in the old house which over-looked what is now Long Pond, as late as 1839, when her son Joseph leased the place, and she was then residing with him. Soon afterward she went to the home of her daughter Hannah Swan, and remained there until death

The house was removed in 1860 about a mile from its original site, to North Easton. It is still standing (See Jerusha Morton, No. 286)

Jeremiah Vose had fourteen children, ninety grandchildren, one hundred and two great-grandchildren, and one great-great-grandchild. At the death of his widow, eleven shildren were living, seventy three grandchildren, eighty-one great-grandchildren, and one great-great-grandchild, totalling one hundred and sixty-six descendants.

Mr. Vose rendered service in the Revolution. Her served three days in Captian Talbot's company, Colonal Robinson's regiment which repsonded to the Lexington Alarm, and five days as corporal in Captain Leach's company, Col. Benjamin Gill's regiment which assisted in fortifyiing Dorchester Heights.

Children, born in Stoughton:
Jerusha, b. May 28, 1770 m. Seth Morton
Nathaniel, b. Apr. 20, 1772; d. Feb. 5, 1777
Hannah, b. Nov. 1, 1773 m. James D. Swan.
Mille, b. July 18, 1775 m. Benjamin Bisbee
Eunice, B. Mar. 30, 1777; d. Mar. 12, 1778
Jeremiah, b. July 5, 1778; m (1) Elizabeth Morse; m. (2) Deborah Randall
Josiah, b. July 5, 1778; m Mary C. Merriam
Polly, b. June 14, 1780; m. Benjamin Cram, 3rd
Nathaniel, b. Dec. 20, 1782 m. Polly Talbot
Reuben, b. Oct. 15, 1785;; m. Anna Bartlett
Sally, b. May 28, 1787; m. (1) Mace Gay m. (2) John M. Williams
Lucy, b. Apr. 25, 1789; m. Joseph Shepard
Joseph, b. May 30, 1793; m. Deborah Churchill
Stephen, b. Nov. 19, 1794; m. Joanna Bird.3

Children of Corp. Jeremiah Vose and Hannah Holmes

Citations

  1. [S306] Ellen F. Vose, Robert Vose and his Descendants, p. 175.
  2. [S306] Ellen F. Vose, Robert Vose and his Descendants, p. 307.
  3. [S306] Ellen F. Vose, Robert Vose and his Descendants, p. 175-177.
  4. [S312] George Arthur Gray, The descendants of George Holmes of roxbury, 1594-1908, p 55.
  5. [S312] George Arthur Gray, The descendants of George Holmes of roxbury, 1594-1908, p 56.

Ens. Robert Vose

M, b. 15 October 1723, d. 9 May 1773
     Ens. Robert Vose was born on 15 October 1723 at Milton, Norfolk, Massachusetts, USA.1 He was the son of Lieut. Robert Vose and Abigail Sumner. Ens. Robert Vose married Meriam Vose, daughter of Nathaniel Vose and Rachel Bent, in 1746 at Milton, Norfolk, Massachusetts, USA.2 Ens. Robert Vose died on 9 May 1773 at Stoughton, Massachusetts, USA, at age 49.3

Child of Ens. Robert Vose and Meriam Vose

Citations

  1. [S306] Ellen F. Vose, Robert Vose and his Descendants, p. 51.
  2. [S306] Ellen F. Vose, Robert Vose and his Descendants, p. 90.
  3. [S306] Ellen F. Vose, Robert Vose and his Descendants, p.90.

Lieut. Robert Vose

M, b. 25 October 1693, d. 20 April 1760
     Lieut. Robert Vose was born on 25 October 1693 at Milton, Norfolk, Massachusetts, USA.1 He was the son of Lieut. Henry Vose and Elizabeth Badcock. Lieut. Robert Vose married Abigail Sumner, daughter of William Sumner and Esther Puffer, in 1721 at Milton, Norfolk, Massachusetts, USA.1 Lieut. Robert Vose died on 20 April 1760 at Milton, Norfolk, Massachusetts, USA, at age 66.1

Child of Lieut. Robert Vose and Abigail Sumner

Citations

  1. [S306] Ellen F. Vose, Robert Vose and his Descendants, p. 50.

Lieut. Henry Vose

M, b. 9 April 1663, d. 26 March 1752
     Lieut. Henry Vose was born on 9 April 1663 at Milton, Norfolk, Massachusetts, USA.1 He was the son of Capt. Thomas Vose and Waitstill Wyatt. Lieut. Henry Vose married Elizabeth Badcock, daughter of Capt. Robert Badcock and Joanna (?), on 18 May 1686 at Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA. Lieut. Henry Vose married Jemima Daniels, daughter of John Daniels and Dorothy (?), on 24 October 1733 at Milton, Norfolk, Massachusetts, USA.2 Lieut. Henry Vose died on 26 March 1752 at Milton, Norfolk, Massachusetts, USA, at age 88.2

Child of Lieut. Henry Vose and Elizabeth Badcock

Citations

  1. [S306] Ellen F. Vose, Robert Vose and his Descendants, p. 19.
  2. [S306] Ellen F. Vose, Robert Vose and his Descendants, p. 31.

Capt. Thomas Vose

M, b. 18 February 1640/41, d. 23 April 1708
     Capt. Thomas Vose married Waitstill Wyatt, daughter of Edward Wyatt and Mary (?). Capt. Thomas Vose was baptized on 18 February 1640/41 at Ditton, Lancashire, England.1 He was the son of Robert Vose and Jane Moss. Capt. Thomas Vose died on 23 April 1708 at Milton, Norfolk, Massachusetts, USA, at age 67.2

Child of Capt. Thomas Vose and Waitstill Wyatt

Citations

  1. [S306] Ellen F. Vose, Robert Vose and his Descendants, p. 14.
  2. [S306] Ellen F. Vose, Robert Vose and his Descendants, p. 17.

Robert Vose

M, b. circa 1599, d. 11 October 1683
     Robert Vose was born circa 1599.1 He was the son of Thomas Vose and Margery (?) Robert Vose married Jane Moss in 1629.1 Robert Vose died on 11 October 1683 at Milton, Norfolk, Massachusetts, USA.2
     Robert Vose, son of Thomas vose of Garsto, lancashire, England, and his first wife Margery, was born about 1599 and was living in Garston in 1626. He married Jane Moss of Childwall in 1829 (license issued July 25, 1629), and was living in Ditton, Feb. 18, 1641; in Cronton, Mar. 29, 1650,both in Prescot Parish, Lancashire; and in Dorchester, Massachusetts, July 14, 1654. His wife Jane died in Milton, Mass. "sum time in October, 1675." He died there Oct. 11, 1683. Two unmarked field stones in the voe lot in Milton Cemetery may designat their graves. How long Mr. Vose had been in New England is unknown, but he was a "gentleman of Dorcester" on Jly 13, 1654, when he purchased about 500 acres, the estate of John Glover, a leading citizen of that town. John Glover was formerly of Rainhill, Prescott Parish in Lancashire, and came to America with the Joint Stock Land company, organized in London in 1628, to take up and settle land in New England, and his allotment of 200 acres in Dorchester, increased later by purchase from others, was sold by his heirs to Robert vose "for the sum of three hundred and fowwre score pounds ster."3

Children of Robert Vose and Jane Moss

Citations

  1. [S306] Ellen F. Vose, Robert Vose and his Descendants, p. 14.
  2. [S306] Ellen F. Vose, Robert Vose and his Descendants, p. 1.
  3. [S306] Ellen F. Vose, Robert Vose and his Descendants, p 9.
  4. [S306] Ellen F. Vose, Robert Vose and his Descendants, p 14.

Joanna Bird1

F, b. 22 July 1799, d. 16 December 1849
     Joanna Bird was born on 22 July 1799 at Stoughton, Massachusetts, USA; Field Genealogy says 1797.1 She was the daughter of Abner Bird and Polly Gay. Joanna Bird was baptized on 20 October 1799 at Stoughton, Massachusetts, USA.2 She married Stephen Vose, son of Corp. Jeremiah Vose and Hannah Holmes, in 1817 at Stoughton, Massachusetts, USA.1 Joanna Bird died on 16 December 1849 at Medway, Norfolk, Massachusetts, USA, at age 50.1
     Entry about Joanna's sister, Rebecca: " Rev. Hiram Walden was married to Rebecca, daughter of Abner and Polly (Gay) bird. She was born in Stoughton, January 31, 1806. both of her grandfathers, Private John Bird and Lieutenant Lemuel Gay, rendered valuable services in the Revolutionary War. Through different branches of her family she was connected with ajor-general Humphrey Atherton, whocommanded the military forces at Boston in 1654 - a member of the youger branch of the Athertons, of Atherton in Lancaster, England, whose family records run back to 1112 A.D; with the Tupper brothers, "obstinate Lutherans," who in 1522, in consequence of persecutions by Charles V.,fled form e-Cassel, Saxony, losing their property; with Captain Roger Clapp,one of the first settlers of Dorchester, Mass., whoheldseveral important military and civil offices; with Thomas Mayhew, who preached to the Indians some thirty-three years, and who was Governor of Martha's Vineyard in 1847;; with Thomas Wells, Governor of Connecticut in 1855 and 1658; with Richard Williams - said to have been a relative of Oliver Cromwell, thier grandfathers in the fourth remove being brothers- one of the chief men of Taunton, Mass. where located in 1637, one of the first to purchase land of the Indians, and Representative from Taunton in the Colonial Court for twelve years, between 1845 and 1665; and with Mary Towne, Mrs. Isaac Esty, who was executed as a witch, September 22, 1692, and to whose husband some twenty years after her execution twenty pounds' damages werepaid by the General Court of Massachusetts."3

Children of Joanna Bird and Stephen Vose

Citations

  1. [S306] Ellen F. Vose, Robert Vose and his Descendants, p. 307.
  2. [S370] William H. capen, "Stoughton, Mass., Churc Records", p 274.
  3. [S315] Unknown, Biographical review: containing life sketches of leading citizens of New London county, Connecticut, p 351.
  4. [S306] Ellen F. Vose, Robert Vose and his Descendants, p 308-309.
  5. [S306] Ellen F. Vose, Robert Vose and his Descendants, p 308.
  6. [S306] Ellen F. Vose, Robert Vose and his Descendants, p 308; Went west; nothing further learned.

Abner Bird

M, b. 18 March 1771, d. 24 October 1837
     Abner Bird was born on 18 March 1771.1 He was the son of John Bird and Joannah Esty. Abner Bird married Polly Gay, daughter of Leiut. Lemuel Gay and Abigail Davenport, on 12 March 1793 at Stoughton, Massachusetts, USA.1 Abner Bird died on 24 October 1837 at age 66.1,2

Children of Abner Bird and Polly Gay

Citations

  1. [S307] Frederick Clifton Pierce, Field Genealogy, p. 955.
  2. [S464] Unknown author, Cemetery Transcriptions from the NEHGS Manuscript Collections, Abner Bird Died on December 22, 1837 Old Cemetery North Brookfield
    Worcester Co. Massachusetts , US.
  3. [S323] Unknown author, "Ancestry of the Princess of Wales", p 317.
  4. [S315] Unknown, Biographical review: containing life sketches of leading citizens of New London county, Connecticut, p 351.
  5. [S322] Unknown author, "Timothy Williamson and his Descendants", p 382.

Polly Gay

F, b. 19 December 1772
     Polly Gay was born on 19 December 1772 at Stoughton, Massachusetts, USA.1 She was the daughter of Leiut. Lemuel Gay and Abigail Davenport. Polly Gay married Abner Bird, son of John Bird and Joannah Esty, on 12 March 1793 at Stoughton, Massachusetts, USA.2
     Polly Gay was also known as Mary Gay.

Children of Polly Gay and Abner Bird

Citations

  1. [S372] Ardy and Bruin Ancestors, online http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm/cgi
  2. [S307] Frederick Clifton Pierce, Field Genealogy, p. 955.
  3. [S323] Unknown author, "Ancestry of the Princess of Wales", p 317.
  4. [S315] Unknown, Biographical review: containing life sketches of leading citizens of New London county, Connecticut, p 351.
  5. [S322] Unknown author, "Timothy Williamson and his Descendants", p 382.

Hannah Holmes1

F, b. 22 June 1752, d. 13 May 1843
     Hannah Holmes was born on 22 June 1752 at Stoughton, Massachusetts, USA.1 She was the daughter of Nathaniel Holmes Jr. and Hannah Smith. Hannah Holmes married Corp. Jeremiah Vose, son of Ens. Robert Vose and Meriam Vose, on 11 January 1769 at Stoughton, Massachusetts, USA.1 Hannah Holmes died on 13 May 1843 at Stoughton, Massachusetts, USA, at age 90.1 She was buried circa 14 May 1843 at Dry Pond Cemetery, Stoughton, Massachusetts, USA.1

Children of Hannah Holmes and Corp. Jeremiah Vose

Citations

  1. [S306] Ellen F. Vose, Robert Vose and his Descendants, p. 307.
  2. [S312] George Arthur Gray, The descendants of George Holmes of roxbury, 1594-1908, p 55.
  3. [S312] George Arthur Gray, The descendants of George Holmes of roxbury, 1594-1908, p 56.

Nathaniel Holmes Jr.

M, b. 1 October 1728, d. 1783
     Nathaniel Holmes Jr. was born on 1 October 1728 at Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA.1 He was the son of Deacon Nathaniel Holmes and Sarah Withington. Nathaniel Holmes Jr. married Hannah Smith, daughter of Joseph Smith and Mary Hawes, on 3 April 1751 at Stoughton, Massachusetts, USA.1 Nathaniel Holmes Jr. died in 1783 at Stoughton, Massachusetts, USA.1

Children of Nathaniel Holmes Jr. and Hannah Smith

Citations

  1. [S312] George Arthur Gray, The descendants of George Holmes of roxbury, 1594-1908, p 55.
  2. [S312] George Arthur Gray, The descendants of George Holmes of roxbury, 1594-1908, p 56.

Hannah Smith

F, b. 1 December 1729
     Hannah Smith was born on 1 December 1729 at Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA.1 She was the daughter of Joseph Smith and Mary Hawes. Hannah Smith married Nathaniel Holmes Jr., son of Deacon Nathaniel Holmes and Sarah Withington, on 3 April 1751 at Stoughton, Massachusetts, USA.1

Children of Hannah Smith and Nathaniel Holmes Jr.

Citations

  1. [S312] George Arthur Gray, The descendants of George Holmes of roxbury, 1594-1908, p 55.
  2. [S312] George Arthur Gray, The descendants of George Holmes of roxbury, 1594-1908, p 56.