Shackford Family, Barrington NH

Submitted by Joanne Shackford Parkes 7/8/01 (email and other information follows)

 

Here's some research on a Barrington Family. Am very interested in hearing from others who may have more information.  I'm a hobbiest SHACKFORD researcher who does the research from South Korea (am in the USAF, assigned here)

 

Joanne Shackford Parkes51 MDSS/CCPSC 3  Box 5066APO  AP  96266  (South Korea)------------------------------
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Descendants of Samuel Shackford

 

Generation No. 1

1. Samuel6 Shackford (Samuel5, Samuel4, William3, Samuel2, William1) was born Feb 28, 1782 in Dover, Strafford, New Hampshire1,2,3, and died Oct 12, 1832 in Barrington, Strafford, New Hampshire4,5. He married Nancy Buzzell5 Jan 28, 1806 in New Hampshire6,7, daughter of Solomon Buzzell and Elizabeth Burnham. She was born Jan 8, 1787 in Northwood, Rockingham, New Hampshire8,9, and died Jun 10, 1873 in Dover, Strafford, New Hampshire10.

Notes for Samuel Shackford: Of Barringtonn, farmer, J.P. (John Downs, Box 913, Conway, NH 03818, Newington NH Records, NH Register John Downs, Box 913, Conway, NH 03818, Newington NH Records, NH Register)

Children of Samuel Shackford and Nancy Buzzell are:

+ 2 i. Elizabeth Ann7 Shackford, born Apr 26, 1807 in Barrington, Strafford, New Hampshire; died Dec 29, 1887 in Barrington, Strafford, New Hampshire.

3 ii. Susan Clarke Shackford11, born Oct 28, 1808 in Barrington, Strafford, New Hampshire12; died Nov 10, 1831 in Barrington, Strafford, New Hampshire13.

Notes for Susan Clarke Shackford: Never married.

+ 4 iii. Mary Walker Shackford, born Oct 5, 1810 in Barrington, Strafford, New Hampshire; died Feb 5, 1905 in Boston, Massachusetts.

5 iv. Lucy Maria Shackford14, born Jun 26, 181215; died Aug 14, 1840 in Great Bridge, Virginia16.

Notes for Lucy Maria Shackford: Unmarried.

+ 6 v. Abigail Burnham Shackford, born Oct 28, 1814 in Strafford, NH? or Barrington, New Hampshire; died Oct 25, 1895 in Dover, Strafford, New Hampshire.

+ 7 vi. Samuel Burnham Shackford, born Jan 1, 1817 in Barrington, Strafford, New Hampshire; died Jan 1, 1881 in Chelsea, Suffolk, Massachusetts.

+ 8 vii. John William Shackford, born Aug 3, 1819 in Barrington, Strafford, New Hampshire; died Jul 10, 1900 in Waltham, Virginia.

+ 9 viii. George Warsingham Shackford, born Feb 8, 1822 in Barrington, Strafford, New Hampshire.

+ 10 ix. Charles Harrison Shackford, born Aug 9, 1824 in Barrington, Strafford, New Hampshire; died Dec 24, 1909 in Chelsea, Suffolk, Massachusetts.

+ 11 x. Caroline Jenness Shackford, born May 18, 1827 in Barrington, Strafford, New Hampshire; died Jan 3, 1911 in Conway, Carroll, New Hampshire.

 

Generation No. 2

2. Elizabeth Ann7 Shackford (Samuel6, Samuel5, Samuel4, William3, Samuel2, William1)17,18 was born Apr 26, 1807 in Barrington, Strafford, New Hampshire19,20,21,22, and died Dec 29, 1887 in Barrington, Strafford, New Hampshire23,24. She married William Hale25,26 Feb 15, 1825 in Rochester, New Hampshire27,28, son of Thomas Hale and Lydia Drew. He was born Jul 20, 1791 in Barrington, Strafford, New Hampshire29,30,31,32, and died Jun 25, 1875 in Barrington, Strafford, NH32.

Notes for Elizabeth Ann Shackford: Lived in Barrington. (Shackford, Joseph Wesley, The Diary of Joseph Wesley Shackford King and Queen County Virginia 1868-1893, (Joseph S. Johnston, 1991), p. 7)

Children of Elizabeth Shackford and William Hale are:

12 i. Mathew8 Hale33, born Nov 25, 1829 in Barrington, NH34,35.

Notes for Mathew Hale: Married and lived in Conway, NH (Shackford, Joseph Wesley, The Diary of Joseph Wesley Shackford King and Queen County Virginia 1868-1893, (Joseph S. Johnston, 1991), p. 7)

13 ii. Thomas Wright Hale36, born Jan 5, 182637,38.

Notes for Thomas Wright Hale: Married and lived in Barrington between his father's and Dover. (Shackford, Joseph Wesley, The Diary of Joseph Wesley Shackford King and Queen County Virginia 1868-1893, (Joseph S. Johnston, 1991), p. 7)

14 iii. Samuel Shackford Hale39, born May 23, 183140,41; died Sep 25, 191041. He married Addie M. Roberts; born Aug 3, 183741; died Jun 3, 192541.

Notes for Samuel Shackford Hale: Married and lived at home with his parents. (Shackford, Joseph Wesley, The Diary of Joseph Wesley Shackford King and Queen County Virginia 1868-1893, (Joseph S. Johnston, 1991), p. 7)

15 iv. Elizabeth Smith Hale42, born Sep 24, 1843 in Barrington, Strafford Co., NH43,44.

Notes for Elizabeth Smith Hale: Expected to be married to Mr Edward Waterhouse of Barrington. (Shackford, Joseph Wesley, The Diary of Joseph Wesley Shackford King and Queen County Virginia 1868-1893, (Joseph S. Johnston, 1991), p. 7).

4. Mary Walker7 Shackford (Samuel6, Samuel5, Samuel4, William3, Samuel2, William1)45 was born Oct 5, 1810 in Barrington, Strafford, New Hampshire46, and died Feb 5, 1905 in Boston, Massachusetts47. She married Issac Hall Meserve48 in Roxbury, Massachusetts49. He was born 181350,51,52, and died Mar 3, 187552.

Notes for Issac Hall Meserve: Superintendent of the National Sailors' Home. (Shackford, Joseph Wesley, The Diary of Joseph Wesley Shackford King and Queen County Virginia 1868-1893, (Joseph S. Johnston, 1991), p. 17)

Child of Mary Shackford and Issac Meserve is:

16 i. Martha Shackford8 Meserve53, born 1870 in Roxbury, MA54,55. She married Jediah Porter Jordan56,57 187057

Notes for Martha Shackford Meserve: DAR ID No 29532

Notes for Jediah Porter Jordan: Judge. (The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 30, p. 379, Roll of Honor p. 191.).

6. Abigail Burnham7 Shackford (Samuel6, Samuel5, Samuel4, William3, Samuel2, William1) was born Oct 28, 1814 in Strafford, NH? or Barrington, New Hampshire58,59,60,61,62, and died Oct 25, 1895 in Dover, Strafford, New Hampshire63,64,65,66. She married Dr Levi Gerrish Hill Jul 30, 1837 in Barrington, Strafford, New Hampshire67,68, son of Andrew Hill and Sally Leighton. He was born Jul 7, 1812 in Strafford, New Hampshire69,70,71,72, and died Feb 23, 189873,74.

Notes for Dr Levi Gerrish Hill: A successful physician in Dover (Historical Memoranda concerning Persons and Places in Old Dover, NH, 1900 p. 320) MD., Dartmouth, 1838, surgeon, Dover NH. (Virkus, Frederick, Abridged Compendium)

Children of Abigail Shackford and Levi Hill are:

17 i. Clara Anne8 Hill75,76, born Dec 17, 1839 in Salisbury, NH77,78. She married George Franklin French79,80 Oct 14, 186281; born Oct 30, 183781; died Jul 13, 189781.

Notes for Clara Anne Hill: DAR ID Number: 14175 *The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 15, DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION p. 65.) Lived in Portland, ME (Shackford, Joseph Wesley, The Diary of Joseph Wesley Shackford King and Queen County Virginia 1868-1893, (Joseph S. Johnston, 1991), p. 6)

Notes for George Franklin French: AB, Harvard, 1859; MD 1862, AM 1871, Gen Grant's staff surgeon 1863, surgeon-in chief 1st Div., 15th AC 1865, prof obstetrics U of Minn. Meb C.D.A., D.A.R., Summer place: Petersham. Mass. Residence: 2100 Stevens Ave, Minneapolis, Minn. (Virkus, Frederick, Abridged Compendium)

18 ii. Abby Augusta Hill82,83, born 1842 in Somersetworth, NH84,85; died 191285. She married William Neal Meserve86,87 Nov 30, 168488; born Apr 9, 1840 in Barrington, Strafford, NH88; died Oct 6, 1928 in CA88.

Notes for Abby Augusta Hill: DAR ID Number: 21103 (The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 22, p. 389, ROLL OF HONOR, p. 37.) Lived in Roxbury, MA (Shackford, Joseph Wesley, The Diary of Joseph Wesley Shackford King and Queen County Virginia 1868-1893, (Joseph S. Johnston, 1991), p. 6)

Notes for William Neal Meserve: Maj (The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 22, p. 389, Roll of Honor p. 37.)

19 iii. Adelaide Shackford Hill89, born 1846 in Somerset, New Hampshire90,91; died 191091. She married James Monroe Buckley91

Notes for Adelaide Shackford Hill: DAR ID Number: 19325 (The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 20, p. 365, BOOKS OF REFERENCE FOR THE 20th VOLUME.)

Notes for James Monroe Buckley: DD, LL.D (The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution), p. 365.)

20 iv. Margaret Leighton Hill92, born 185193; died 188293. She married Seth Mellen Milliken 187493; born 183693; died 192093.

Notes for Seth Mellen Milliken: Head of Deering, Milliken & Co., New York (Virkus, Frederick, Abridged Compendium).

7. Samuel Burnham7 Shackford (Samuel6, Samuel5, Samuel4, William3, Samuel2, William1)94,95 was born Jan 1, 1817 in Barrington, Strafford, New Hampshire96,97,98,99,100, and died Jan 1, 1881 in Chelsea, Suffolk, Massachusetts101,102,103. He married (1) Martha Susan Leighton Hale Apr 5, 1837 in New Hampshire104,105,106, daughter of James Hale and Mary Leighton. She was born 1818 in Barrington, Strafford, New Hampshire107,108, and died May 24, 1845109. He married (2) Lydia J. Pendexter110,111 May 8, 1848112,113, daughter of John Pendexter and Susan Eastman. She was born Jan 27, 1827114,115,116.

Notes for Samuel Burnham Shackford: Lawyer, town treasurer, a member of the State Board of Agriculture (NEHGR 88:201) Called "Squire Shackford" for his honesty and his dealings with men. He lived at first in a house, now burned, on the Saco River, Conway, NH with a beautiful view of Mt Washington. In order to be near Hale's location inherited by his wife, et. al, from the grant to Samuel Hale by King George III for services a Lousiburgh, he moved to Conway after the birth of Onslow. Charles and Onslow born in Barrington. He moved to a Conway Village where he lived in a house which had been much frequented by Franklin Pierce, Pres of the USA. Died at Chelsea at the home of his brother Dr Charles H. Shackford the same night as that in which his sone Charles died in Dover, NH 1881. (Notes from Doris Shackford, 68 Main St, Hooksett, NH 03106) Selectman of Conway, Carroll County, NH from 1859-186, 1872, 1874. (History of Carroll County, New Hampshire 1889 by Georgia Drew Merrill, 1971 printing p. 842 per Robert Suggs, 15 Feb 1998) "An important man of the last generation. He was born in Canaan, and when he came to Conway located on the place where Frederick Hayes lives, on the west side of Saco. In 1870 he moved to Conway village to become vice-president of Conway Savings Bank, of which he was an incorporator. He was treasurer and president of the bank later... His title of major was won in the state militia. He was a man of fine presence and address, large and symmetrical." (Merrill, Georgia Drew, History of Carroll County New Hampshire, (Picton Press, Camden Maine 1991 (originally published in 1889 by W. A. Ferguson & Co, Boston), p. 854) 1860 SHACKFORD SAMUEL B. Carroll County NH 924 Conway Federal Population Schedule NH 1860 Federal Census Index NH14292009??

Children of Samuel Shackford and Martha Hale are:

21 i. Onslow James8 Shackford117, born Apr 14, 1839 in Barrington, Strafford, NH118; died Abt. 1858119.

Notes for Onslow James Shackford: Died at age 18. (Notes from Doris Shackford, 68 Main St, Hooksett, NH 03106)

22 ii. Charles Burnham Shackford120,121,122, born Dec 28, 1840 in Barrington, Strafford, NH123,124,125,126,127; died Jan 2, 1881 in Dover, Strafford, NH128,129. He married Caroline Cartland130,131 Oct 26, 1869 in Dover, Strafford, NH132,133; born May 24, 1847 in Weare, Hillsboro, NH134,135,136,137; died Nov 21, 1897 in Dover, Strafford, NH138,139,140.

Notes for Charles Burnham Shackford: A.B. (Bowdoin, 1863), lawyer, assistant clerk and clerk of the New Hampshire House of Representatives, solicitor in Strafford County, NH. (NEHGR 88:201) Lived in Conway, NH. Fryeburg Academy, Bowdoin College 1863. For one year studied law at Harvard and in office of the Hon Samuel Wheeler of Dover, NH. Buried in Pine Hill Cemetery, Dover, NH, Section 1, Lot 79 (Paul Chalue, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ) "He was graduated from Bowdoin in 1863 and soon after entered the law office of Wheeler & Hall at Dover. He subsequently attended Harvard Law School and was admitted to practice in Massachusetts, afterwards in New Hampshire, and pursued his profession at Dover for several years. He was assistant clerk of the house of representatives in 1864 and 1865, clerk in 1866 and 1876. appointed solicitor of Strafford county in 1876, and held the position until the adoption of the new constitution, and ocntinued to hold this position by successive elections till his death in 1881. He married Caroline, daughter of Moses A. Cartland of Lee, Oct 26, 1869. Readers of the Whittier will remember Mr Cartland, and will doubtless recall the tender tribute which Mr Whittier paid him in the poem "M.A.C." With broad culture, strong native ability, and high moral elevation, with social and domestic relations of a very pleasant character, Mr Shackford's high aspirations were leading him up to a proud eminence when, Jan 2, 1881, he died, leaving a very circle of appreciating friends who had based high expectations on the bright promises of his future." (Merrill, George Drew , History of Carroll County New Hampshire, Picton Press, Cambden Maine, 1991 (a facsimie of the 1889 edition), p. 269). Listed in Dover's Tour of Pine Hill Cemetery: 24. Caroline and Charles Shackford: Husband and wife who were active Quakers and descendants of the Osbornes. (See #7.) (http://www.dovernh.org/tourc.htm) 

Notes for Caroline Cartland: Buried in Pine Hill Cemetery, Dover, Strafford, NH, Section 1, Lot 79 (Paul Chalue)

23 iii. Martha Susan Shackford141,142, born May 12, 1844 in Barrington, Strafford, NH143. She married Richard B. Thom144,145; born in of Conway146.

Children of Samuel Shackford and Lydia Pendexter are:

24 i. Lucy Marie8 Shackford147, born Jul 19, 1850 in Conway, Carroll, NH148,149,150. She married Frank Wescott Davis Oct 10, 1875 in Conway, Carroll, NH151,152

Notes for Lucy Marie Shackford: DAR Number 15094 (The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 1, p. 39.)

25 ii. Alice Mary Shackford, born Bet. 1845 - 1881153.

Notes for Alice Mary Shackford: Died young. (Notes from Doris Shackford, 68 Main St, Hooksett, NH 03106) .

8. John William7 Shackford (Samuel6, Samuel5, Samuel4, William3, Samuel2, William1)154,155,156 was born Aug 3, 1819 in Barrington, Strafford, New Hampshire157, and died Jul 10, 1900 in Waltham, Virginia157. He married Mary Cole McLelland158,159 1846160,161, daughter of Hezekiah McLelland and Mary Temple. She was born 1820162, and died 1900163,164.

Notes for John William Shackford: "In the late eighteenth century Orange Grove was known as Old Place.... Old Place belonged to the Tunstalls at the end of the eighteenth century, and was sold in 1796 to Humphrey Temple of Chatham Hill and his wife Susannah Walker. From then it passed to their daughter Mary, wife of Hezekiah McLelland.... The McLelland's daughter Martha married the Reverend John Shackford in 1846, and spent her life in this home, which she and her husband renamed Orange Grove....He was also a circuit rider [Methodist circuit---mentioned earlier in the passage], and had come to King and Queen from Dover, New Hampshire. He was pastor of Shepherd's Church in 1860 when the present brick building was erected, and preached the first sermon from its pulpit when it was ready for use in May.... The Shackfords suffered much tragedy in the Civil War years. Their seventeen-year-old son was killed at the battle of Five Forks and his body was never found.... At Orange Grove four of the younger children, a son and three daughters, died of scarlet fever.... After the war a near-tragedy occurred when Mr. Shackford, having decided to turn the old outside kitchen into a workshop, contrived andirons out of two long shells thought to be duds. Just after his wife had called him in to dinner they exploded, interrupting his blessing and blowing out the end of his workshop. Husband and wife both died in 1900, and their son William, a doctor, lived at Orange Grove with his wife, a McLelland cousin. Joseph Shackford followed his father's profession and became a noted preacher and educator in the county. He built a house across a field from his parents' home and called it Peach Blow." (Cox, Virginia D. and Willie T. Weathers, Old Houses of King and Queen County, Virginia, (King and Queen Historical Society, 1973), p. 173 and 175 per Carrie Magyar, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .) Came to VA at the age of 17 and united with the ME Church and joined the Virginia Conference. While traveling on the King William circuit, he met with Miss Martha Cole McClelland, daughter of Rev Hezekiah McLelland. They were married' and in the course of a few years settled in Orange Grove, King and Queen Co, VA. (Shackford, Joseph Wesley, The Diary of Joseph Wesley Shackford King and Queen County Virginia 1868-1893, (Joseph S. Johnston, 1991), p. vii.) 1870 SHACKFORD JOHN W. King And Queen County VA 463 St.Evensville Township Federal Population Schedule VA 1870 Federal Census Index VA087411323 (AIS Virginia Census Index)

Notes for Mary Cole McLelland: 1870 SHACKFORD MARTHA C. King And Queen County VA 463 St.Evensville Township Federal Population Schedule VA 1870 Federal Census Index VA087411326 (AIS Virginia Census Index)

Children of John Shackford and Mary McLelland are:

26 i. Walter Emory8 Shackford165, born Abt. Jan 1847165; died Apr 1865 in Farmville, VA165.

Notes for Walter Emory Shackford: "Attended a school at Chatham Hill, the residence of Mr John Walker, taught by Miss Lovelle FauntLeRoy from the Northern Neck. Cousin Mary T. Evans attended this school also. Boarded at Chatham Hill in the years of 1856 &57. Sent to school at Walkerton in 1860... Mortally wounded at "Five Forks" in Dinwiddie Co., in April, 1865, was then carried to the hospital at Farmville." (Shackford, Joseph Wesley, The Diary of Joseph Wesley Shackford King and Queen County Virginia 1868-1893, (Joseph S. Johnston, 1991), p. vii.)

27 ii. Joseph Wesley Shackford166,167,168,169, born Jul 21, 1848 in Orange Grove, King and Queen, Virginia170,171,172; died Abt. Sep 11, 1909 in Lynchburg, Virginia. He married Cora Kingsbury173,174,175 Nov 25, 1875 in Oxford, Granville, North Carolina176,177; born Jan 31, 1852 in Glenwood, Warren Co, North Carolina178; died Jul 3, 1889 in King & Queen Co., Virginia178.

Notes for Joseph Wesley Shackford: In 1860 went to school at Walkerton. Teacher's name was Mr Harry C. Timberlake. Followed his father's profession and became a noted preacher and educator in the county. He built a house across a field from his parent's home and called it Peach Blow." (Cox, Virginia D. and Willie T. Weathers, Old Houses of King and Queen County, Virginia, (King and Queen Historical Society, 1973), p. 173 and 175 per Carrie Magyar, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .) Reverend. Kept a diary! "The eastern horizon was softly tinted with the glow of the coming sunlight, and the clouds were all gone from the sky. Rapidly the early hours passed away, and at 8-1/2 A.M. I found myself in a carriage approaching the 'Ridley Place.' The rest of the bridal party soon assembled in the parlor, where we exchanged a few salutations, and friendly words suited to the occasion, and then all started for the church...."[Here he inserts a newspaper announcement of his marriage] "to Miss Cora Kingsbury of Oxford, eldest daughter of T. B. Kingsbury, Esq.".... "So the first day of our married life has passed away. It has been one calm sweet day, as serene and beautiful as if Nature had specifically adorned it for our bridal. O Spirit divine, direct through the time to come the footsteps of these two young immortal beings in holy wedlock joined today! Help each to help the other, and may the favor of the Holy Trinity abide upon our heads while we live in the world!" (Rev Joseph Wesley's diary per Carolyn J. Jett, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ) 1870 SHACKFORD JOSEPH W. King And Queen County VA 463 St.Evensville Township Federal Population Schedule VA 1870 Federal Census Index VA087411324 (AIS Virginia Census Index) Virginia Preacher Dies While Calling Roll of Conference Lynchburg, VA Sept 11 The Rev. Joseph Wesley SHACKFORD, aged 61, a native of King and Queen county, Virginia, died of apoplexy at Early's chapel while calling the roll of the last quarterly conference of the Methodist charge there, over which he was officiating as presiding elder. He had been a member of the North Carolina Methodist conference for two years when he was transferred to the Virginia conference in 1876. He is survived by five children, one of whom, Mrs. G.W. DYER, resides in Nashville, Tenn. The funeral will be here Monday and the internment at Oxford, N.C.> (This was on the photocopy of the newspaper [page] which has my ancestor's obit. (Chattanooga Times 12 Sept 1909, From the Chattanooga Library)

  Notes for Cora Kingsbury: of Oxford.

28 iii. Lela Shackford, died 1862179.

Notes for Lela Shackford: Died of diptheria (Shackford, Joseph Wesley, The Diary of Joseph Wesley Shackford King and Queen County Virginia 1868-1893, (Joseph S. Johnston, 1991), p. viii.)

29 iv. Harvey Temple Shackford, died Oct 26, 1862179.

Notes for Harvey Temple Shackford: Died of diptheria. (Shackford, Joseph Wesley, The Diary of Joseph Wesley Shackford King and Queen County Virginia 1868-1893, (Joseph S. Johnston, 1991), p. viii.)

30 v. William Shackford180.

Notes for William Shackford: A doctor. (Cox, Virginia D. and Willie T. Weathers, Old Houses of King and Queen County, Virginia, (King and Queen Historical Society, 1973), p. 173 and 175 per Carrie Magyar.)

31 vi. Mary Alice Shackford, died 1862181.

32 vii. Nannie Lloyd Shackford, died 1862181.

Notes for Nannie Lloyd Shackford: Died of diptheria. (Shackford, Joseph Wesley, The Diary of Joseph Wesley Shackford King and Queen County Virginia 1868-1893, (Joseph S. Johnston, 1991), p. viii.).

9. George Warsingham7 Shackford (Samuel6, Samuel5, Samuel4, William3, Samuel2, William1) was born Feb 8, 1822 in Barrington, Strafford, New Hampshire182,183. He married Mary Ann Stone Nov 27, 1842, daughter of Amos Stone and Nancy Couch. She was born Aug 1, 1819184,185.

Notes for George Warsingham Shackford: Last record shows discharge from the Army at close of War with Mexico. (Samuel Burnham Shackford Paper per Kathy Shackford)

Children of George Shackford and Mary Stone are:

33 i. Charles F.8 Shackford, born Jan 24, 1844 in Boscawen Twp, Merrimack, New Hampshire186,187.

Notes for Charles F. Shackford: 1860 SHACKFORD CHARLES F. Merrimack County NH 828 Concord 5th Ward Federal Population Schedule NH 1860 Federal Census Index NH14291993 Search Terms: SHACKFORD (4) Database: Worcester, Massachusetts Directories, 1888-90 Combined Matches: 4

Name Business Name Occupation Location 1 Location 2 City State Year

George E. Bassett Bassett & Shackford r. 46 Irving house do. Worcester MA 1888

G. E. Bassett; C. F. Shackford Bassett & Shackford painters rear 46 Irving Worcester MA 1888

Charles F. Shackford Bassett & Shackford r. 46 Irving boards 73 Green Worcester MA 1888

Charles F. Shackford painter b. 16 Mechanic Worcester MA 1889

34 ii. George W. Shackford, born May 11, 1846 in Boscawen Twp, Merrimack, New Hampshire188,189; died Jan 4, 1849.

Notes for George W. Shackford:

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10. Charles Harrison7 Shackford (Samuel6, Samuel5, Samuel4, William3, Samuel2, William1) was born Aug 9, 1824 in Barrington, Strafford, New Hampshire190, and died Dec 24, 1909 in Chelsea, Suffolk, Massachusetts190. He married Ariana Marston Abt. Oct 18, 1853 in Somersworth, Strafford, New Hampshire191, daughter of Winthrop Marston and Mary Waldron. She was born Jun 20, 1836 in Somersworth, Strafford, New Hampshire192,193.

Notes for Charles Harrison Shackford: MD - a physician at Great Falls (Historical Memoranda concerning Persons and Places in Old Dover, NH, 1900 p. 320) Lived in Chelsea. (Notes from Doris Shackford, 68 Main St, Hooksett, NH 03106, Lived in Chelsea. Over six feet and weighed over 240 pounds. ) Shackford, Joseph Wesley, The Diary of Joseph Wesley Shackford King and Queen County Virginia 1868-1893, (Joseph S. Johnston, 1991), p. 5)

Children of Charles Shackford and Ariana Marston are:

35 i. Isabel8 Shackford194, born Abt. 1855.

36 ii. Charles Shackford194, born Abt. 1857.

11. Caroline Jenness7 Shackford (Samuel6, Samuel5, Samuel4, William3, Samuel2, William1)194,195 was born May 18, 1827 in Barrington, Strafford, New Hampshire196,197,198, and died Jan 3, 1911 in Conway, Carroll, New Hampshire199. She married Samuel Hayes200,201,202 Oct 28, 1847 in Somersworth, Strafford, New Hampshire203,204. He was born Aug 16, 1821 in Barrington, Strafford, New Hampshire205, and died Dec 15, 1912 in Conway,Carroll, New Hampshire205.

Notes for Samuel Hayes: Of Barrington (Historical Mamoranda concerning Persons and Places in Old Dover, NH, 1900 p. 320)

Marriage Notes for Caroline Shackford and Samuel Hayes: by Rev. Homer Barrows in Sommersworth, NH (E-mail, James T. Hays, Fri 9/24/99 6:23 AM)

Children of Caroline Shackford and Samuel Hayes are:

37 i. Fanny Augusta8 Hayes, born Aug 14, 1848206,207; died Oct 30, 1919 in Conway,NH207. She married Hanson Hoyt207 Aug 31, 1891207

Notes for Fanny Augusta Hayes: .; no reported children; living in Conway in 1902 (

38 ii. Samuel Frederic Shackford Hayes208, born May 9, 1852208,209.

39 iii. Caroline Shackford Hayes, born Feb 21, 1860210. She married Irving A. Sawyer211 Jun 16, 1880211

 

Endnotes

1. Virkus, Frederick, Family History: First Families of America THE ABRIDGED COMPENDIUM OF AMERICAN GENEALOGY FIRST FAMILIES OF AMERICA THE ABRIDGED COMPENDIUM OF AMERICAN, (F. A. VIRKUS & COMPANY Genealogical Publishers 440-442 S. Dearborn Street Chicago, Ill.).

2. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Vol 114, p. 379, 191, 38.

3. John Downs, Box 913, Conway, NH 03818.

4. Notes from Doris Shackford, 68 Main St, Hooksett, NH 03106.

5. Virkus, Frederick, Family History: First Families of America THE ABRIDGED COMPENDIUM OF AMERICAN GENEALOGY FIRST FAMILIES OF AMERICA THE ABRIDGED COMPENDIUM OF AMERICAN, (F. A. VIRKUS & COMPANY Genealogical Publishers 440-442 S. Dearborn Street Chicago, Ill.).

6. Canney, Robert Sayward, Early Marriages of Strafford County 1630-1860, p. 858.

7. IGI, Batch number: M731537, Dates: -1900 , Source Call No. 1001300.

8. Nanette Krieger.

9. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Vol 114, p. 379, 191, 38.

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11. Quint, Dr Alonzo Hall, Historical Memoranda Concerning Persons and Places in Old Dover, NH, (1990), p. 320.

12. per Kathy Shackford, Samuel Burnham Shackford Paper.

13. Samuel Burnham Shackford Paper per Kathy Shackford

14. Quint, Dr Alonzo Hall, Historical Memoranda Concerning Persons and Places in Old Dover, NH, (1990), p. 320.

15. per Kathy Shackford, Samuel Burnham Shackford Paper.

16. Samuel Burnham Shackford Paper per Kathy Shackford

17. Shackford, Joseph Wesley, The Diary of Joseph Wesley Shackford King and Queen County Virginia 1868-1893, (Joseph S. Johnston, 1991), p. 7.

18. Boston Transcript, 1906-1941, 29 Mar 1911, 1832.

19. NEGR Vol 6, page 34, Rochester Marriages.

20. per Kathy Shackford, Samuel Burnham Shackford Paper.

21. Quint, Dr Alonzo Hall, Historical Memoranda Concerning Persons and Places in Old Dover, NH, (Mar 1990), p. 320.

22. 202 & IRON GATE - a small plot.

23. Samuel Burnham Shackford Paper per Kathy Shackford.

24. 202 & IRON GATE - a small plot.

25. Shackford, Joseph Wesley, The Diary of Joseph Wesley Shackford King and Queen County Virginia 1868-1893, (Joseph S. Johnston, 1991), p. 7.

26. Boston Transcript, 1906-1941, 29 Mar 1911, 1832.

27. NEGR Vol 6, page 34, Rochester Marriages

28. Boston Transcript, 1906-1941, 29 Mar 1911, 1832.

29. per Kathy Shackford, Samuel Burnham Shackford Paper.

30. NEGR Vol 6, page 34, Rochester Marriages.

31. Quint, Dr Alonzo Hall, Historical Memoranda Concerning Persons and Places in Old Dover, NH, (1990), p. 320.

32. Williams, John Charles, 17515 NE 137th St., Redmond, WA 98052, United States, (425) 882-3591,, John Williams' Homepage, (http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/w/i/l/John-Charles-Williams-WA/index.html).

33. Shackford, Joseph Wesley, The Diary of Joseph Wesley Shackford King and Queen County Virginia 1868-1893, (Joseph S. Johnston, 1991), p. 7.

34. Quint, Dr Alonzo Hall, Historical Memoranda Concerning Persons and Places in Old Dover, NH, (1990), p. 320.

35. World Connect Project.

36. Shackford, Joseph Wesley, The Diary of Joseph Wesley Shackford King and Queen County Virginia 1868-1893, (Joseph S. Johnston, 1991), p. 7.

37. Quint, Dr Alonzo Hall, Historical Memoranda Concerning Persons and Places in Old Dover, NH, (1990).

38. World Connect Project, Bryant, Mullins, Mowery, Parsons Geneology.

39. Shackford, Joseph Wesley, The Diary of Joseph Wesley Shackford King and Queen County Virginia 1868-1893, (Joseph S. Johnston, 1991), p. 7.

40. Quint, Dr Alonzo Hall, Historical Memoranda Concerning Persons and Places in Old Dover, NH, (1990), p. 320.

41. 202 & IRON GATE - a small plot.

42. Shackford, Joseph Wesley, The Diary of Joseph Wesley Shackford King and Queen County Virginia 1868-1893, (Joseph S. Johnston, 1991), p. 7.

43. Quint, Dr Alonzo Hall, Historical Memoranda Concerning Persons and Places in Old Dover, NH, (1990).

44. World Connect Project, Bryant, Mullins, Mowery, Parsons Geneology.

45. Shackford, Joseph Wesley, The Diary of Joseph Wesley Shackford King and Queen County Virginia 1868-1893, (Joseph S. Johnston, 1991), p. 17.

46. per Kathy Shackford, Samuel Burnham Shackford Paper.

47. Samuel Burnham Shackford Paper per Kathy Shackford

48. Shackford, Joseph Wesley, The Diary of Joseph Wesley Shackford King and Queen County Virginia 1868-1893, (Joseph S. Johnston, 1991), p. 17.

49. http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/m/e/s/Frederick-L-Meserve/GENE1-0018.html.

50. per Kathy Shackford, Samuel Burnham Shackford Paper.

51. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Vol 114, p. 379, p. 191.

52. http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/m/e/s/Frederick-L-Meserve/GENE1-0018.html.

53. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 30, p. 379, Roll of Honor p. 191.

54. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Vol 114, p. 379, p. 191.

55. http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/m/e/s/Frederick-L-Meserve/GENE1-0018.html.

56. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 30, p. 379, Roll of Honor p. 191.

57. http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/m/e/s/Frederick-L-Meserve/GENE1-0026.html.

58. http://www.kindredkonnections.com/index.html#BackHome.

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60. per Kathy Shackford, Samuel Burnham Shackford Paper.

61. E-mail.

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63. Leighton, Perley M., A Leighton Genealogy, (Published by NEHGS, 1989).

64. per Kathy Shackford, Samuel Burnham Shackford Paper.

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66. Ancestral File, AFN: 1NQ4-ZX1.

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68. IGI, Batch number: M731497, Film Number: 2034348, Film Number: 2034535.

69. Leighton, Perley M., A Leighton Genealogy, (Published by NEHGS, 1989).

70. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Vol 114, p. 365, Books of Reference for the 20th Volume p. 130.

71. Virkus, Frederick, Family History: First Families of America THE ABRIDGED COMPENDIUM OF AMERICAN GENEALOGY FIRST FAMILIES OF AMERICA THE ABRIDGED COMPENDIUM OF AMERICAN, (F. A. VIRKUS & COMPANY Genealogical Publishers 440-442 S. Dearborn Street Chicago, Ill.).

72. Stackpole, Everett S., Old Kittery and Her Families: A history and genealogy from the settling of Kittery, ME in the early 1600's, complete with many illustrations., (Press of Lewiston Journal Company, Lewiston, ME 1903).

73. Leighton, Perley M., A Leighton Genealogy, (Published by NEHGS, 1989).

74. Virkus, Frederick, Family History: First Families of America THE ABRIDGED COMPENDIUM OF AMERICAN GENEALOGY FIRST FAMILIES OF AMERICA THE ABRIDGED COMPENDIUM OF AMERICAN, (F. A. VIRKUS & COMPANY Genealogical Publishers 440-442 S. Dearborn Street Chicago, Ill.).

75. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 15, DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION p. 65.

76. Shackford, Joseph Wesley, The Diary of Joseph Wesley Shackford King and Queen County Virginia 1868-1893, (Joseph S. Johnston, 1991), p. 6.

77. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 13, DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION p. 65..

78. Virkus, Frederick, Family History: First Families of America THE ABRIDGED COMPENDIUM OF AMERICAN GENEALOGY FIRST FAMILIES OF AMERICA THE ABRIDGED COMPENDIUM OF AMERICAN, (F. A. VIRKUS & COMPANY Genealogical Publishers 440-442 S. Dearborn Street Chicago, Ill.).

79. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 15, DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION p. 65..

80. Shackford, Joseph Wesley, The Diary of Joseph Wesley Shackford King and Queen County Virginia 1868-1893, (Joseph S. Johnston, 1991), p. 6.

81. Virkus, Frederick, Family History: First Families of America THE ABRIDGED COMPENDIUM OF AMERICAN GENEALOGY FIRST FAMILIES OF AMERICA THE ABRIDGED COMPENDIUM OF AMERICAN, (F. A. VIRKUS & COMPANY Genealogical Publishers 440-442 S. Dearborn Street Chicago, Ill.).

82. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 22, p. 389, Roll of Honor p. 37.

83. Shackford, Joseph Wesley, The Diary of Joseph Wesley Shackford King and Queen County Virginia 1868-1893, (Joseph S. Johnston, 1991), p. 6.

84. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 22, p. 389, Roll of Honor p. 37..

85. Virkus, Frederick, Family History: First Families of America THE ABRIDGED COMPENDIUM OF AMERICAN GENEALOGY FIRST FAMILIES OF AMERICA THE ABRIDGED COMPENDIUM OF AMERICAN, (F. A. VIRKUS & COMPANY Genealogical Publishers 440-442 S. Dearborn Street Chicago, Ill.).

86. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 22, p. 389, Roll of Honor p. 37.

87. Shackford, Joseph Wesley, The Diary of Joseph Wesley Shackford King and Queen County Virginia 1868-1893, (Joseph S. Johnston, 1991), p. 6.

88. http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/m/e/s/Frederick-L-Meserve/GENE1-0026.html.

89. Shackford, Joseph Wesley, The Diary of Joseph Wesley Shackford King and Queen County Virginia 1868-1893, (Joseph S. Johnston, 1991), p. 6.

90. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Vol 114, p. 365, Books of Reference for the 20th Volume p. 129.

91. Virkus, Frederick, Family History: First Families of America THE ABRIDGED COMPENDIUM OF AMERICAN GENEALOGY FIRST FAMILIES OF AMERICA THE ABRIDGED COMPENDIUM OF AMERICAN, (F. A. VIRKUS & COMPANY Genealogical Publishers 440-442 S. Dearborn Street Chicago, Ill.).

92. Shackford, Joseph Wesley, The Diary of Joseph Wesley Shackford King and Queen County Virginia 1868-1893, (Joseph S. Johnston, 1991), p. 6.

93. Virkus, Frederick, Family History: First Families of America THE ABRIDGED COMPENDIUM OF AMERICAN GENEALOGY FIRST FAMILIES OF AMERICA THE ABRIDGED COMPENDIUM OF AMERICAN, (F. A. VIRKUS & COMPANY Genealogical Publishers 440-442 S. Dearborn Street Chicago, Ill.).

94. Shackford, Joseph Wesley, The Diary of Joseph Wesley Shackford King and Queen County Virginia 1868-1893, (Joseph S. Johnston, 1991), p. 10.

95. Merrill, Georgia Drew, History of Carroll County New Hampshire, (Picton Press, Camden Maine 1991 (originally published in 1889 by W. A. Ferguson & Co, Boston).

96. NEHGR 88:201.

97. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Vol 114, p. 38.

98. per Kathy Shackford, Samuel Burnham Shackford Paper.

99. Leighton, Perley M., A Leighton Genealogy, (Published by NEHGS, 1989), p. 117 per Steve Robbins.

100. Virkus, Frederick, Family History: First Families of America THE ABRIDGED COMPENDIUM OF AMERICAN GENEALOGY FIRST FAMILIES OF AMERICA THE ABRIDGED COMPENDIUM OF AMERICAN, (F. A. VIRKUS & COMPANY Genealogical Publishers 440-442 S. Dearborn Street Chicago, Ill.).

101. per Kathy Shackford, Samuel Burnham Shackford Paper.

102. Virkus, Frederick, Family History: First Families of America THE ABRIDGED COMPENDIUM OF AMERICAN GENEALOGY FIRST FAMILIES OF AMERICA THE ABRIDGED COMPENDIUM OF AMERICAN, (F. A. VIRKUS & COMPANY Genealogical Publishers 440-442 S. Dearborn Street Chicago, Ill.).

103. Merrill, Georgia Drew, History of Carroll County New Hampshire, (Picton Press, Camden Maine 1991 (originally published in 1889 by W. A. Ferguson & Co, Boston), p. 854.

104. Canney, Robert Sayward, Early Marriages of Strafford County 1630-1860, p. 858.

105. Virkus, Frederick, Family History: First Families of America THE ABRIDGED COMPENDIUM OF AMERICAN GENEALOGY FIRST FAMILIES OF AMERICA THE ABRIDGED COMPENDIUM OF AMERICAN, (F. A. VIRKUS & COMPANY Genealogical Publishers 440-442 S. Dearborn Street Chicago, Ill.).

106. IGI, Batch number: M731537, Dates: -1900 , Source Call No. 1001300; Film Number 84617; Film Number 2034349.

107. Canney, Robert Sayward, Early Marriages of Strafford County 1630-1860, p. 858.

108. Leighton, Perley M., A Leighton Genealogy, (Published by NEHGS, 1989).

109. Early Marriages of Strafford County 1630-1860 by Robert Sayward Canney p 858;

110. Shackford, Joseph Wesley, The Diary of Joseph Wesley Shackford King and Queen County Virginia 1868-1893, (Joseph S. Johnston, 1991), p. 10.

111. Sterns, Ezra S. Stearns, Ed., A record. Of the achievements of her people in the making of a commonwealth and the founding of a nation, (New York, 1908.), p. 222.

112. Canney, Robert Sayward, Early Marriages of Strafford County 1630-1860, p. 858.

113. Merrill, Georgia Drew, History of Carroll County New Hampshire, (Picton Press, Camden Maine 1991 (originally published in 1889 by W. A. Ferguson & Co, Boston), p. 936.

114. per Kathy Shackford, Samuel Burnham Shackford Paper.

115. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Vol 114, p. 38.

116. Merrill, Georgia Drew, History of Carroll County New Hampshire, (Picton Press, Camden Maine 1991 (originally published in 1889 by W. A. Ferguson & Co, Boston), p. 936.

117. Merrill, Georgia Drew, History of Carroll County New Hampshire, (Picton Press, Camden Maine 1991 (originally published in 1889 by W. A. Ferguson & Co, Boston), p. 854.

118. Quint, Dr Alonzo Hall, Historical Memoranda Concerning Persons and Places in Old Dover, NH, (1990), p. 320.

119. Notes from Doris Shackford, 68 Main St, Hooksett, NH 03106.

120. Shackford, Joseph Wesley, The Diary of Joseph Wesley Shackford King and Queen County Virginia 1868-1893, (Joseph S. Johnston, 1991), p. 10.

121. Who's Who in America, Vol 26 1950-1951, (The A. N. Marquis Co).

122. Merrill, Georgia Drew, History of Carroll County New Hampshire, (Picton Press, Camden Maine 1991 (originally published in 1889 by W. A. Ferguson & Co, Boston), p. 854.

123. NEHGR 88:201).

124. Virkus, Frederick, Family History: First Families of America THE ABRIDGED COMPENDIUM OF AMERICAN GENEALOGY FIRST FAMILIES OF AMERICA THE ABRIDGED COMPENDIUM OF AMERICAN, (F. A. VIRKUS & COMPANY Genealogical Publishers 440-442 S. Dearborn Street Chicago, Ill.).

125. World Tree Finder, Vol 8, Tree 275.

126. Ancestral File, AFN: 99XB-Q0.

127. IGI, Film Number: 184764; Film Number: 184274, Page Number: 795, Reference Number: 22421.

128. NEHGR 88:201).

129. Virkus, Frederick, Family History: First Families of America THE ABRIDGED COMPENDIUM OF AMERICAN GENEALOGY FIRST FAMILIES OF AMERICA THE ABRIDGED COMPENDIUM OF AMERICAN, (F. A. VIRKUS & COMPANY Genealogical Publishers 440-442 S. Dearborn Street Chicago, Ill.).

130. Who's Who in America, Vol 26 1950-1951, (The A. N. Marquis Co).

131. Ancestral File, AFN: 99XB-R5.

132. New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 88:201.

133. IGI, Batch number: M731537, Dates S -1900 Source Call No. 1001300.

134. NEHGR 88:201).

135. Bailey, A. C. and M.F. McCourt, The Cartland Clan in America, (April 1972, self-published).

136. Virkus, Frederick, Family History: First Families of America THE ABRIDGED COMPENDIUM OF AMERICAN GENEALOGY FIRST FAMILIES OF AMERICA THE ABRIDGED COMPENDIUM OF AMERICAN, (F. A. VIRKUS & COMPANY Genealogical Publishers 440-442 S. Dearborn Street Chicago, Ill.).

137. Sterns, Ezra S. Stearns, Ed., A record. Of the achievements of her people in the making of a commonwealth and the founding of a nation, (New York, 1908.), p. 918.

138. NEHGR 88:201).

139. Bailey, A. C. and M.F. McCourt, The Cartland Clan in America, (April 1972, self-published).

140. Virkus, Frederick, Family History: First Families of America THE ABRIDGED COMPENDIUM OF AMERICAN GENEALOGY FIRST FAMILIES OF AMERICA THE ABRIDGED COMPENDIUM OF AMERICAN, (F. A. VIRKUS & COMPANY Genealogical Publishers 440-442 S. Dearborn Street Chicago, Ill.).

141. Shackford, Joseph Wesley, The Diary of Joseph Wesley Shackford King and Queen County Virginia 1868-1893, (Joseph S. Johnston, 1991), p. 10.

142. Merrill, Georgia Drew, History of Carroll County New Hampshire, (Picton Press, Camden Maine 1991 (originally published in 1889 by W. A. Ferguson & Co, Boston), p. 854.

143. Towle, Glenn C., New Hampshire Genealogical Digest 1623-1900 Vol 1, p. 224.

144. Shackford, Joseph Wesley, The Diary of Joseph Wesley Shackford King and Queen County Virginia 1868-1893, (Joseph S. Johnston, 1991), p. 10.

145. Merrill, Georgia Drew, History of Carroll County New Hampshire, (Picton Press, Camden Maine 1991 (originally published in 1889 by W. A. Ferguson & Co, Boston), p. 854.

146. Notes from Doris Shackford, 68 Main St, Hooksett, NH 03106.

147. Shackford, Joseph Wesley, The Diary of Joseph Wesley Shackford King and Queen County Virginia 1868-1893, (Joseph S. Johnston, 1991), p. 10.

148. New Hampshire Gazette, p. 224.

149. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Vol 114.

150. IGI, Batch number: 5011564, Sheet 26, Batch No: 7540078.

151. Sterns, Ezra S. Stearns, Ed., A record. Of the achievements of her people in the making of a commonwealth and the founding of a nation, (New York, 1908.), p. 222.

152. IGI, Batch number: 5011456, Sheet 26.

153. Notes from Doris Shackford, 68 Main St, Hooksett, NH 03106.

154. Cox, Virginia D. and Willie T. Weathers, Old Houses of King and Queen County, Virginia, (King and Queen Historical Society, 1973), p. 173 and 175 per Carrie Magyar.

155. Shackford, Joseph Wesley, The Diary of Joseph Wesley Shackford King and Queen County Virginia 1868-1893, (Joseph S. Johnston, 1991), p. vii.

156. http://users.erols.com/lptemple/d25363.htm.

157. per Kathy Shackford, Samuel Burnham Shackford Paper.

158. Cox, Virginia D. and Willie T. Weathers, Old Houses of King and Queen County, Virginia, (King and Queen Historical Society, 1973), p. 173 and 175 per Carrie Magyar, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

159. Shackford, Joseph Wesley, The Diary of Joseph Wesley Shackford King and Queen County Virginia 1868-1893, (Joseph S. Johnston, 1991), p. vii.

160. http://users.erols.com/lptemple/d25363.htm.

161. Cox, Virginia D. and Willie T. Weathers, Old Houses of King and Queen County, Virginia, (King and Queen Historical Society, 1973), p. 173 and 175 per Carrie Magyar, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

162. E-mail, Robert L. McClelland [This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ], Sun 10/24/99 4:21 AM.

163. http://users.erols.com/lptemple/d25363.htm.

164. Cox, Virginia D. and Willie T. Weathers, Old Houses of King and Queen County, Virginia, (King and Queen Historical Society, 1973), p. 173 and 175 per Carrie Magyar, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

165. Shackford, Joseph Wesley, The Diary of Joseph Wesley Shackford King and Queen County Virginia 1868-1893, (Joseph S. Johnston, 1991), p. ix.

166. Cox, Virginia D. and Willie T. Weathers, Old Houses of King and Queen County, Virginia, (King and Queen Historical Society, 1973), p. 173 and 175 per Carrie Magyar, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

167. E-mail, Carolyn H. Jett, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , 7 Feb 1998.

168. LDS Ancestral File.

169. Who's Who in America, Vol 26 1950-1951, (The A. N. Marquis Co).

170. E-mail, Carolyn H. Jett, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , 7 Feb 1998.

171. Shackford, Joseph Wesley, The Diary of Joseph Wesley Shackford King and Queen County Virginia 1868-1893, (Joseph S. Johnston, 1991), p. vii.

172. Ancestral File, AFN: QLP9-LH.

173. LDS Ancestral File.

174. Who's Who in America, Vol 26 1950-1951, (The A. N. Marquis Co).

175. North Carolina Historical and Genealogical Register, Jan 1900 - Jul 1903, (Edenten, NC, 1900-03. (V.1-2, v.3, no.1-3):1), p. 274.

176. Diary, Reverend Joseph Wesley, per Carolyn H. Jett, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

177. Kingsbury, Kenneth Jay, 1703 Highgate Place, Garland, Texas 75044-6855, United States, (972)414-0141, The Home Page of Ken Kingsbury, (http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/k/i/n/Kenneth-J-Kingsbury/index.html).

178. Ancestral File, AFN: QLP9-MN.

179. Shackford, Joseph Wesley, The Diary of Joseph Wesley Shackford King and Queen County Virginia 1868-1893, (Joseph S. Johnston, 1991), p. viii.

180. Cox, Virginia D. and Willie T. Weathers, Old Houses of King and Queen County, Virginia, (King and Queen Historical Society, 1973), p. 173 and 175 per Carrie Magyar, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

181. Shackford, Joseph Wesley, The Diary of Joseph Wesley Shackford King and Queen County Virginia 1868-1893, (Joseph S. Johnston, 1991), p. viii.

182. per Kathy Shackford, Samuel Burnham Shackford Paper.

183. Quint, Dr Alonzo Hall, Historical Memoranda Concerning Persons and Places in Old Dover, NH, (Mar 1990), p. 320.

184. Quint, Dr Alonzo Hall, Historical Memoranda Concerning Persons and Places in Old Dover, NH, (1990), p. 320.

185. per Kathy Shackford, Samuel Burnham Shackford Paper.

186. Quint, Dr Alonzo Hall, Historical Memoranda Concerning Persons and Places in Old Dover, NH, (1990), p. 320.

187. IGI, Batch number: 7540078, Source Call No. 1001037.

188. Quint, Dr Alonzo Hall, Historical Memoranda Concerning Persons and Places in Old Dover, NH, (1990), p. 320.

189. IGI, Batch number: 7540078.

190. per Kathy Shackford, Samuel Burnham Shackford Paper.

191. Canney, Robert Sayward, Early Marriages of Strafford County 1630-1860, p 858.

192. per Kathy Shackford, Samuel Burnham Shackford Paper.

193. Marston Genealogy, p. 72 per Dick Marston, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

194. Shackford, Joseph Wesley, The Diary of Joseph Wesley Shackford King and Queen County Virginia 1868-1893, (Joseph S. Johnston, 1991), p. 5.

195. Richmond, Katherine F., John Hayes of Dover, NH, (Tyngsboro, MS, 1936, 2v), p. 399.

196. Quint, Dr Alonzo Hall, Historical Memoranda Concerning Persons and Places in Old Dover, NH, (1990), p. 320.

197. per Kathy Shackford, Samuel Burnham Shackford Paper.

198. IGI, Film number 453733, Ref No: 5934; Batch number: A458540.

199. Samuel Burnham Shackford Paper per Kathy Shackford

200. Shackford, Joseph Wesley, The Diary of Joseph Wesley Shackford King and Queen County Virginia 1868-1893, (Joseph S. Johnston, 1991), p. 5.

201. Quint, Dr Alonzo Hall, Historical Memoranda Concerning Persons and Places in Old Dover, NH, (1990), p. 320.

202. per Kathy Shackford, Samuel Burnham Shackford Paper.

203. Richmond, Katherine F., John Hayes of Dover, NH, (Tyngsboro, MS, 1936, 2v), p. 399, 600.

204. IGI, Batch number: A458540, Film Number: 458540.

205. E-mail, James T. Hays, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , Fri 9/24/99 6:23 AM.

206. Shackford, Joseph Wesley, The Diary of Joseph Wesley Shackford King and Queen County Virginia 1868-1893, (Joseph S. Johnston, 1991), p. 9.

207. E-mail, James T. Hays, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , 22 Sep 99.

208. Shackford, Joseph Wesley, The Diary of Joseph Wesley Shackford King and Queen County Virginia 1868-1893, (Joseph S. Johnston, 1991), p. 5.

209. E-mail, James T. Hays, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , 22 Sep 99.

210. Shackford, Joseph Wesley, The Diary of Joseph Wesley Shackford King and Queen County Virginia 1868-1893, (Joseph S. Johnston, 1991), p. 9.

211. E-mail, James T. Hays, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , 22 Sep 99.