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201 Aged 77 Thacher, Clara Henrietta (I117789)
202 Aged 79 year 2 mos Stebbins, Emily (I108185)
203 Aged 81 years, 9 months & 17 days
Wife of Capt. Daniel Baker 
Thacher, Sukey Snow (I104042)
204 aged 82 years Dewey, Benjamin (I1340)
205 Aged 85 years, 11 months & 12 days
Husband of Sukey Snow Baker

Daniel's parents were:

Captain Isaiah Baker
1771 ? 1854

Mary Molly Burgess
1787 ? 1861

Daniel married Sukey Snow Thacher on Jan 28 1845 in Dennis, Massachusetts.

Their children were:

Jarius Henry Baker
1846 ? 1913

Benjamin Thacher Baker
1848 ? 1940

Mary Thacher Baker (Witt)
1852 ? 1943

Note regarding the grave marker:

This marker looks different depending on which side you approach it. On one side it is inscribed BAKER while the other side shows WITT. They are all related as can be seen via the links provided below. Primarily this is a Baker family plot. One daughter married a Witt.

Enter the main gate; proceed through first intersection; 6 lots up on the left (Lot #71) is this BAKER / WITT family stone. Info by S. Walker 8/7/2014. 
Baker, Capt. Daniel (I104043)
206 Aged 89 years Fowler, Fanny (I106225)
207 Aged 91 years Patty (I1346)
208 aged: 8 ms 8 dys Allbee, Allice Lillian (I116559)
209 Alabama Civil War Records indicate that he served in the 5th Alabma Infantry, Co. A and was wounded on May 31, 1862 and send to Petersburg Hospital and in 1863 he was detailed for hospital duty, in Petersburg, Virginia.

1870 census-- W.H. H. Jackson is living with Benjamin Petty [bn NY]-- Petty was first m. to an aunt of W.H. H. .Jackson and then to a cousin of his. B.F. Petty Jr. is same age as W.H. H. .Jackson-- B.F Jr. died in 1870. 
Jackson, William H. H. (I113995)
July 11, 1865


At Amsterdam, Montgomery county, on the 8th instant, ABRAHAM PULLING.

Dr. Pulling commenced practice as a physician in the village of Amsterdam in the year 1814, and for upwards of forty years devoted himself to the alleviation and cure of diseases which afflict humanity, with a zeal and faithfulness seldom surpassed. He was an able and a successful physician, acquired an extensive practice, and never failed to secure and retain the confidence of his employers.

He had been a resident of the village of Amsterdam for a longer period than any other person now residing there, save one. He had seen the village gradually enlarge from a small hamlet, containing but few houses, to a large flourishing and prosperous village, with every prospect of a continuing growth that will soon enable it to take rank with the largest villages in the State.

Although a man of quiet, unobtrusive habits and manners, seldom mingling with affairs that did not relate to his professional business, or his own personal concerns, he was a kind, obliging and agreeable neighbor, and was ever highly esteemed and respected by all who knew him. He was, and had been for many years, a member of the Episcopalian Church, and devoted much of his time and contributed liberally of his money to promote the interests of that denomination at Amsterdam.

Few men have ceased from their worldly labors, and gone to the final rest, who have left behind them a record of duty more diligently, conscientiously performed.

Dr. Pulling leaves surviving him, a wife and four children, two sons and two daughters. One of the sons is a resident of this city, and engaged in business with John Tweddle, Esq., President of the Merchant's Bank. The other son, Dr. Henry Pulling, now resides at Detroit. He was formerly, for many years, a resident of this city. The oldest daughter of the deceased was the wife of Mr. Tweddle. She died in this city about one year ago. 
Pulling, Dr. Abraham (I108130)
211 Albany Rural Cemetery Burial Cards, 1791-2011
age 77 years, 5 months, 12 days

Son of George Hornell and Ursula Blyd Thacher

Husband of Emma Louise Bennett Thacher

Father of Thomas O., John Boyd 2nd, George H., Edwin and Kenneth Thacher

bio per Albany Rural Cemetery Burial Cards, 1791-2011
Thacher, George Hornell 2nd (I118069)
212 Albert Thacher was Proprietor of a dry and fancy goods store in Chatham, MA Thacher, Albert (I104151)
213 Alford Augustus Thacher
b. 18 July 1815 to James Thacher and Susannah Thacher (Susannah is a second cousin of James)
m. 05 Sep 1843 Susan Baker in Providence, RI.
They had four children: Mary, Samuel, James, Alford.
A. A. was a Fourty-niner traveling with his brother, Prentis, by ship to Panama, riding a mule across the isthmus and then again by ship to San Francisco, CA in 1850. While on the way up the west coast, he was involved in a mutiny and sided with the captain who finally won. He also was put over the side of the ship in a bosun's chair to repair a hole in the hull from running aground in fog. He was a ships carpenter in RI and in SF built bowling alleys, saloons, stores, brothels, etc. He was to meet his brother back in SF in 1855 but Prentis never appeared and has never been heard from again. Alford carried his gold dust sewn into his clothing back to RI and then bought the 200 acre farm in Zenda, WI where he lived for the rest of his life.
d. 5 Oct. 1890 several days after a farming accident.
The Herald, Lake Geneva, WI Oct. 10,1890 "Internment Thursday afternoon, October 7, 1890." 
Thacher, Alford Augustus (I103774)
214 Alford Augustus Thacher was a son of Alford Augustus Thacher and Susan Baker, he married Mary Frances Hill on 08 Sep 1886, they had two children: Frederick Bowen Thacher 1887 - 1984, and Arthur Royce Thacher 1889 - 1959. They divorced 16 Oct 1896 at Ottawa, LaSalle Co., IL. Alford married second Margaret Jane Nelson (1870 - 1924) on 03 Mar 1897, they had four children: Alfred Nelson Thacher 1899 - 1899, an unnamed daughter, Alice Erma Thacher 1905 - 1977, and Alfred Harold Thacher 1908 - 1931. Alfred married third Annie Barker Marlow 1876 - 1954. No issue. Alford and his father Alford both went by Alfred all their lives. Thacher, Alford Augustus (I114789)
215 Alfred Ayers Thacher is son of Oliver Noble Thacher and Hannah L Ayers/Ayres of Philadelphia.

Alfred enlisted to serve in the Civl War on 3 Oct 1861 at the age of 13. He was a drummer in Company K, PA 99th Infantry Regiment. On 24 Aug 1863 he enlisted in the US Navy and, according to 1st cousin Frederick Thacher, was a page to Admiral David Farragut, who was in charge of the Union blockade of the Southern ports.

After the war, Alfred continued his career in the U.S. Marines (rank: musician) until retiring in 1893.

Alfred was briefly married to Laura Lee V Mariner, whose father and brother were seamen in Baltimore. They were married on 8 Sep 1876 in Philadelphia; by 1888 Laura had remarried (John H Nash of Baltimore).

In 1894 Alfred went west to California and lived near his eldest brother Oliver Weld Noble Thacher, also a US Marine in the Civil War, who had married and settled in Kern County in the 1870s. In the 1900 US census, Alfred is in Fresno, listed as divorced, a retired marine. By 1910 he is living in Sawtelle, again near his brother Oliver and family.

Alfred died in Sawtelle and is buried in the Sawtelle Veterans Cemetery, now the Los Angeles National Cemetery.

Sources: Totten's Thacher-Thatcher Genealogy, U.S. Censuses, U.S. Marine Corps Muster Rolls, etc.

Note: The majority of records found are with the surname spelled "Thatcher", so that may be how Alfred spelled it. Also, the middle name is sometimes spelled "Ayres". 
Thacher, Alfred Ayers (I109049)
216 Alfred Beaumont Thacher was a lawyer;"Simpson-Thacher-Barnum-Bartlett"; he graduated Yale College 1874, living in South Orange, NJ 1907. Thacher, Alfred Beaumont (I115196)
217 Alfred Beaumont Thacher, B.A. 1874.

Born March 22, 1854, in New Haven, Conn
Died February 10, 1928, in South Orange, N J

Father, Thomas Anthony Thacher (B.A. 1835, LL.D. Western Reserve 1869), professor of Latin at Yale 1842-1886; son of Peter and Anne (Parks) Thacher; great-great-great-grandson of the Rev Thomas Thacher (Thatcher), who came from Salisbury, England, to Boston in 1635 and was the first minister of the Old South Church in that city. Mother, Elizabeth (Day) Thacher; daughter of President Jeremiah Day (B A. 1795) and Olivia (Jones) Day; descendant of Robert Day, who came from England to Cambridge, Mass , in 1634 and was later an original settler of Hartford, Conn. Yale relatives include: Stephen Thacher (B A 1795) (great-uncle); George Thacher, '40, and James M Thacher, '42 (uncles), James K. Thacher, '68, Thomas Thacher, '71, Edward S Thacher, '72, and John S. Thacher, '77 (brothers); Henry C Thacher, '02, Thomas D Thacher, '04, Thomas A Thacher, '08, Albert E Kent, '13, Thomas T. Kent, '15, William Kent, Jr., '17, George B Thacher, '25, Sherman Kent, '26, Anson S and John S. Thacher, both '27, and Roger Kent, '28 (nephews); and Thomas T. Sherman, '74 (cousin) Hopkins Grammar School Oration appointments Junior and Senior years, member Delta Kappa, Phi Theta Psi, Psi Upsilon, and Phi Beta Kappa; graduate member Wolf's Head. Studied in Yale Graduate School 1874-75; private tutor in Oakland, Calif., 1875-77; tutor at Yale 1877-79; studied law with Alexander & Green in New York City and subsequently practiced in that city, partner in firm of Simpson, Thacher & Bartlett from 1905 until his retirement in 1923; member Association of the Bar of the City of New York

Married June 1, 1904, in Orange, N. J., Emma Cecelia, daughter of Cornelius and Mary (Beck) Erkenbrecher
Children Mary Day, Vassar 1928; Anne; and Alfred Beaumont, Jr
Death due to apoplexy.
Cremation took place and the ashes were buried in Rosedale Cemetery, Orange.

Survived by wife, two daughters, son, two half brothers, Sherman D Thacher, '83, and William L. Thacher, '87, and a sister, Elizabeth Thacher Kent, the widow of William Kent, '87
Thacher, Alfred Beaumont (I115196)
218 Alfred H. Chappell, son of Franklin and Hannah S. (Huntington) Chappell, was born in New London, at the homestead, Federal and Union Streets, May 12, 1849, and died August 4, 1912, a successful business man, student, and public official. He was educated in New London public schools, Berkely High School, and Berkely Divinity School of Middletown Connecticut, preparing himself for the Episcopal priesthood in the latter institution. He tutored under Rev. Dr. Hallam, but decided not to enter the priesthood. Subsequently, while on a trip abroad, Mr. Chappell embraced the Roman Catholic faith, and remained a devout communicant at St. Mary's Star of the Sea Church throughout his life.
With his brothers, Frank H. and William S., Alfred Chappell was interested in the coal and lumber business with their uncle, Edward Chappell, between 1865 and 1869. Edward Chappell withdrew from the business 1869, but the business organization of F.H. and W.S. Chappell continued until 1875. From the year F.H. Chappell conducted the business alone until 1889, when Alfred H. Chappell became a partner of F.H. & W. S. Chappell Company, which became a corporation in 1898. Up to the time of his death Mr. Chappell was treasurer of the company and an important factor in the business of the company, which extended to New York, New Haven and Newport. His brother, Frank H., was known as the pioneer of ocean transportation of coal, and with him Alfred H. Chappell built up to business success the Thames Towboat Company, Thames Ferry Company, and a ship building and repairing plant, operated under the towboat company's management at Riverside. For many years Mr. Chappell was organist of the First Church of Christ, St. James' Episcopal Church, and St. Mary's Star of the Sea Church. He was the first teacher of music in New London public schools, and instructor of the graduation chorus of the Young Ladies' High School. He was a Republican in politics, served two terms in the Legislature of the state, for a time was a member of Common Council, and was a candidate for mayor. The movement for the establishment of the Connecticut College for Women received his earnest support, and at the first meeting of the promoters of the college project, he was chosen treasurer of the committee. He was also treasurer of the campaign fund which was raised in New London to insure the building of the college in New London, and subsequently were elected treasurer of the college board of trustees.
Mr. Chappell was ever intensely interested in all matters which might tend to the improvement of New London, and especially in the Atlantic Deep Waterways convention. He was director of the National Bank of Commerce, director and treasurer of the F.H. & A.H. Chappell Company, Thames Ferry Company, director and president of the Lyceum Theater Company. He was president for several years of the Thames Club, a member and director of the Pequot Casino Association, a member of the Manhattan, Whitehall, and Catholic clubs of New York. He was one time president of Nathan Hale Chapter, Sons of the American Revolution, and a member of the New London County Historical Society.
Alfred married Adelaide Shepard. Nine children were born to them, seven sons and two daughters. Those surviving are: Frank Valentine, George S. of New York, Henry C.; Mrs. W. Kyle Sheffield; and Alfred H. Chappell Jr.
From "A Modern History of New London County Connecticut", by Editor in Chief Benjamin Tinkham Marshall, Volume 2, 1922, page 105. 
Chappell, Alfred Hebard (I111164)
219 Alfred Harold Thacher was son of Alford Augustus Thacher and Margaret Jane Nelson. Thacher, Alfred Harold (I114826)
220 Alfred is the son of David Thacher, Jr ("The Squire") and Eunice Weld Noble of Philadelphia, PA. By the 1840 census, he had moved to Columbus MS where he established himself as a cotton merchant and grocer.

Alfred married Mary Elizabeth Hutton on 29 Nov 1848 on the Hutton estate in Clinton, Green Co, AL. In the 1860 census they were still in Columbus, MS with 5 children: William Hutton (1849), Orline (1851), Walter Noble (1852), Alfred Clarence (1858) and Ernest Milton (1859). (Daughter Marietta had died at abt 1 year old in 1856.)

At the age of 58, Alfred enlisted in the Confederate Army and served with the Turnipseeds Company in the local militia of Clinton in Greene Co, AL. After the war he was employed by Weaver, Stock & Co, cotton brokers in Mobile and owned his own cotton plantation in Clinton.

According to the 1870 Federal Census Mortality Schedule for Clinton, Greene Co, AL, Alfred died of consumption in Apr 1870 at the age of 64.

Sources: Totten's Thacher-Thatcher Genealogy and U.S. censuses.  
Thacher, Alfred (I103753)
221 Alice B. Elliott daughter of Karoline Ernestine Nesslar (1859 - ?) and Joel Elliott (October 1837 - 27 April 1913) married Peter LaRue (1885 - ?) on 05 Dec 1911, they had 1 child, Pearl, who died young. Elliott, Alice B. (I323)
222 Allen says she was the daughter of Mary Grove, while Totten says she was the daughter of Elisha's first wife. I tend to think that Allen is more likely corret. It is reasonable that Elisha would have named his daughter from his second marriage in honor of his first wife. Also, if Abigail Webb were her mother, she would have been at least 29 years old at her first marriage, which, while possible, was uncommon at that time. Thacher, Abigail Webb (I103622)
223 Alvin spelled his middle name "Louis" on his WWI Draft registration card. His obituary spells it "Lewis". Kordoske, Alvin Louis (I451)
224 Amanda was the daughter of Hiram and Maria Flemming. She married Lewis Vought on Aug 26, 1866 in Humboldt county, Iowa. They were the parents of Joshua, Maria, Martha, Polly, Hiram, and Valentine.

Nov 19, 1996 - Humboldt county Republican - There was quite a gathering of the elderly folks at the home of Mrs. Lewis Vought in Livermore, tbe oocasion being the anniversary of the birthday of herself and her twin sister, Mrs. Loomls, who was also present. — Gazette.

Nov 17, 1916 - Humboldt Republican - Mrs. Amanda Vought died Saturday morning, November 4, 1916 at the home of Valentine Vought northwest of Livermore. 
Fleming, Amanda Alvina (I1323)
225 American Civil War Soldiers
Name: Henry Arey
Residence: Massachusetts
Enlistment Date: 17 Jul 1862
Side Served: Union
State Served: U.S. Navy
Service Record: Enlisted as a Acting Ensign on 17 July 1862.
Commission in Navy Regiment U.S. Navy on 17 Jul 1862.
Promoted to Full Acting Master on 9 Aug 1864.
Promoted to Full Acting Volunteer Lieutenant on 5 Sep 1865.
Discharged from Navy Regiment U.S. Navy on 11 Oct 1867.
Sources: 3

*1880 United States Federal Census
Name: Henry Arey
Age: 40
Birth Year: abt 1840
Birthplace: Massachusetts
Home in 1880: Yarmouth, Barnstable, Massachusetts
Race: White
Gender: Male
Relation to Head of House: Self (Head)
Marital Status: Married
Spouse's Name: Elizabeth G. Arey
Father's Birthplace: Massachusetts
Mother's Birthplace: Massachusetts
Occupation: Farms
Household Members:
Name Age
Henry Arey 40
Elizabeth G. Arey 39
Harry T. Arey 20
Lilla T. Arey 18
Thomas Arey 12
additional information courtesy of RJensen in the forums. 
Arey, Capt. Henry (I104087)
226 Amm 2, U. S. Navy, World War II Taylor, Lester Kenneth Jr. (I120062)
227 Among the ancestors of Rhoda Lewis are General Andrew Lewis, Pioneer John Lewis, General Abraham Trigg, and Mary Draper Ingles, whose escape from Indian captivity was made into a book and movie. Lewis, Rhoda (I113988)
228 Amos was a Merchant, he enlisted in the Army in 1814 and was discharged at Hartford, CT in 1815, he lived first at Mansfield, VT. He was 97 years old when he died. Thacher, Amos (I115642)
229 An influential exponent of homeopathic medicine. Boericke, Dr. William (I110819)
230 Griswold, Deforest Jay (I117585)
231 and was buried in Yarmouth, where a gravestone marks her resting place Gorham, Lydia (I103335)
232 Andrew M. owned a general store in Sharon VT, A.M. Willey's (by 1860), later A. M. Willey & Son (by 1884 -the "son" was Judson), "dealer in dry goods, groceries, boots and shoes, hardware, drugs and medicines, agricultural implements a specialty." [Child, Gaz. Windsor Co. (1884)] 1884, Andrew also owned "25 dairy cows, orchard of 600 sugar trees, and about 500 acres".

Charles Elwin, b. 23 Nov 1843; m.(1) 1865 Agnes M. Ordway; m.(2) Emma L. Hazen; d. Sharon 1919
George Andrew, b. 12 May 1845; m.(1) Harriet Wright; m.(2) Clara S. Blake; d. Sharon 1900
Edgar Irvin, b. 23 May 1847; m.(1) 1872 Estella M. Willey; m.(2) 1882 Sophia Rabtoy; d. Roxbury, VT 15 Nov 1928
Judson Smith, b. 23 Jul 1849; m. 1874 Josie M. Littlefield; d. Sharon 1921
Albert Thacher, b. 14 Sep 1850; d. 23 Apr 1879
Lucia Adeline, b. 28 Jul 1852; d. 12 Aug 1852
Percy Melville, b. 23 May 1856; m. 1884 Ella A. Snow; d. Sharon 1911 
Willey, Andrew Moses (I118212)
233 Ann married Joseph Thacher Robinson on Oct0ber 3, 1889. Remington, Ann Elizabeth (I120306)
234 Ann Thacher, dau. of Col. John Thacher, Esq. & Lydia Gorham, b. at Yarmouth, Mass. June 7, 1697 and d. at Tolland, Conn. Mar. 12, 1756, Æ 59. She is the maternal gr. granddau. of John Howland, a 1620 Mayflower passenger.

Ann m. on May 31, 1722 at Yarmouth, Mass., John Lothrop, s. of Capt. Hope and Elizabeth (Lothrop) Lothrop, b. at Barnstable, Mass. Oct. 3, 1699. He d. at Tolland, Conn. Oct. 17, 1752, Æ 54. The children of Ann Thacher & John Lothrop are detailed under husband John's memorial.
Thacher, Ann (I103358)
235 Anna Alberta Branch Thacher was born on 30 Nov 1863 in Bath, Summit, Ohio She died on 25 Oct 1939 in Medina, Medina, Ohio Her father was James Case Branch # 107075154 Her mother was Mandoria Cyrena Bissell Branch # 107075240 Her husband was Orlo C Thatcher # 70268548

Anna married Orlo C Thatcher on 2 September 1885 in Medina County, Ohio. They had five children

Thank you Find A Grave contributor Ralph Hammond-Green for the above information. 
Branch, Anna Alberta (I111479)
236 Anna M Thacher in the New Hampshire, Death and Burial Records Index, 1654-1949

Name: Anna M Thacher
[Anna M Tompson]
Gender: Female
Death Date: 17 May 1903
Death Place: Portsmouth, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Father Name: Wm Allen Rev Tompson
Mother Name: Anna M Adams
Spouse Name: Joseph Haven Thacher 
Tompson, Anna Maria (I108008)
237 Anna Mae Avery, 97, peacefully passed away at home in Morristown on Monday, January 15, 2018. She was proud to call herself a true ?Coal Miner?s? daughter as her father worked the coal mines in Scranton PA.

Anna Mae was preceded in death by her husband Rowland, parents William and Anna Morrell; sister, Elizabeth Short and brother, William Morrell Jr. Anna Mae is survived by son David Avery (Mary Ann) Clarks Summit PA, daughter Jean Avery Morristown TN, grandchildren, Nadine Solomon, Mark Avery and Ashley Avery, great granddaughters, special nieces Betsy Koerner and Sandy O?Connor, nieces and nephews.

Anna Mae previously lived in Scranton PA, Ithaca NY and Clarks Summit PA.

Anna Mae was a member of First United Methodist Church Morristown. She had been active in the United Methodist Women, Altar Guild, and the church choir. She had a deep faith in God till the end and enjoyed serving Him as needed. She had also been a member of Dr. Jones Congregational Church Scranton PA, St. Pauls Methodist Church Ithaca NY and Clarks Green Methodist Church in PA.

Anna Mae was valedictorian of the 1938 graduating class of Scranton Tech. She had a passion for singing which became apparent at an early age by singing in her school and church choirs and various programs in Scranton. She enjoyed going to the Scranton Philharmonic. She worked as a secretary at HJ Heinz in Scranton (where she met Rowland) and Tompkins County Hospital in Ithaca NY. Anna Mae was a member of PEO chapters in Clarks Summit PA and Knoxville TN where she held various officer titles and a volunteer at American Red Cross. She was an avid reader and always had a book to give someone, young or old. She enjoyed bird watching, cooking new recipes for her family and friends, The Golden Girls and Andy Griffith. She was always amazed by the beauty of nature and enjoyed looking out the window at God?s artwork. 
Morrell, Anna Mae (I120102)
238 Anna Parks
Born 1773 Apr 2 Woodbury, CT
Died 1850 Jun 13 Bethlehem, CT

Father Elijah Parks 1742-1785 Guilford, CT
Mother Anne Beaumont 1749-1830 Mar 23 Livonia, NY

Married about 1795

Spouse Peter Thacher
Born Feb. 26, 1770 Lebanon, CT
Death: Jul. 26, 1849 Hartford, CT
Father John Thacher 1740-1804
Mother Abigail Swift 1745-1832

13 children:

1. Augustus
Born 1796 Sep 24 Hartford, CT
Died 1839 Jul 22 Hartford, CT
Burial Spring Grove Cemetery, Hartford, CT
FAG 152488393
Elizabeth Mary
Born 1799 Jul 22
Died 1831 Sep 12
Burial Spring Grove Cemetery, Hartford, CT

2. Emmeline
Born 1798 Jan 11
Died 1860 Apr 3
Burial Spring Grove Cemetery, Hartford, CT
FAG 152490478

3. Nancy
Born 1800
Died 1871 Aug 8
Burial Spring Grove Cemetery, Hartford, CT

4. Sheldon Parks
Born 1802
Died 1876 Sep 20
Burial Spring Grove Cemetery, Hartford, CT
FAG 153290935
Mary Gabriella Hale
Born 1824 Oct
Died 1883 May 17
Burial Spring Grove Cemetery, Hartford, CT
FAG 152490561

5. Abigail
Born 1804 Connecticut
Died 1837 Alabama
Age 33
Burial Spring Grove Cemetery, Hartford, CT
FAG 152488369
Married 1 Jan 1836 in Georgia,
Spouse Joseph T. Talley

6. Lucy Ann
Born 1806 Aug 3
Died 1871 Aug 8
Burial Spring Grove Cemetery, Hartford, CT
FAG 152490722

7. Peter
Born 1808

8. Elizabeth
Born 1810 Apr 7
Died 1857 Sep 30
Burial Spring Grove Cemetery, Hartford, CT
FAG 152488384

9. Apphia
Born 1811

10. Thomas Anthony
Born 1815

11. Rev. George Thacher
Born 1817 Jul 25
Died 1878 Dec 27
Burial Spring Grove Cemetery, Hartford, CT
FAG 152490498
Sarah M
Burial Spring Grove Cemetery, Hartford, CT
FAG 152490524
Mary Shipman
Born 1830 May 9
Died 1880 Dec 11
Burial Spring Grove Cemetery, Hartford, CT
FAG 152490543

12 John

13 Charles.


U.S., Newspaper Extractions from the Northeast, 1704-1930
Name: Anne Thacher
Birth Year: abt 1773
Event: Death
Spouse: Peter Thacher
Death Date: 13 Jun 1850
Death Place: Hartford
Age at Death: 77
Newspaper: Christian Secretary
Publication Date: 21 Jun 1850
Publication Place: Connecticut, USA

Connecticut, Hale Collection of Cemetery Inscriptions and Newspaper Notices, 1629-1934
Name: Anne Thacher
Birth Date: 2 Apr 1773
Death Date: 13 Jun 1850
Age at Death: 77
Cemetery: Spring Grove Cemetery
Burial Place: Hartford, Connecticut

Connecticut Town Birth Records, pre-1870 (Barbour Collection)
Name: Anne Parks
Gender: Female
Birth Date: 2 Apr 1773
Birth Place: Woodbury
Parent: Elijah
Parent: Anne 
Parks, Anne (I115191)
239 Annie Elizabeth Mathews died on May 16, 1995 at the Sullivan County Nursing Home in Unity, NH. She was born in Worcester, MA on February 21, 1904; the daughter of Charles and Ida (Borden) Webb.

For many years, she was executive secretary at the American Red Cross office in Claremont. Previously, she was secretary for George Mathews & Son, electrical contractors and heating oil company in Claremont.

She graduated from Marboro High School in Marlboro, MA and Katherine Gibbs Secretarial School in Boston as valedictorian of her class.

She married George E Mathews Sr on February 21, 1923 in Marlboro, MA who preceded her in death.

She was preceded in death by a grandson Christopher Dole in 1992.

Burial is in Union Cemetery.

Bio by: Janice Prichard 
Webb, Annie Elizabeth (I126)
240 Anthony married Lucretia Mumford, daughter of John Mumford, on July 24, 1806.
Other children of Anthony & Lucretia are:
George Thompson b. Jan 20, 1816
Louisa b. Nov 27, 1813
Nathaniel Woodbridge b. May 25, 1807
Barbour vital records for New London, vol. 3 page 233
Family F3973
241 Anthony Thacher was a ship builder and for a number of years engaged in a successful fish business, associated with Isaac and Timothy Loveland under the firm name of Loveland & Thacher. The company was located at Sandy Point. He also had a cooperage establishment. Thacher, Anthony (I103848)
242 Apphia Ruggles Lane was born June 26, 1755 in New Milford, Ct., The daughter of Lazarus and Hannah Bostwick Ruggles. Ruggles, Apphia (I1511)
243 Apphia Thacher lived for many years before her death with Thomas Anthony Thacher, her brother, professor at Yale College, she was not married. Thacher, Apphia (I115210)
244 AR United States Army Brown, William Desloge (I1108)
245 Arlene Swanson, "United States Social Security Death Index"
first name: Arlene
last name: Swanson
birth date: 10 July 1910
place of issuance: Idaho
last residence: Coeur d alene, Kootenai, Idaho
zip code of last residence: 83814
death date: 28 February 2007
estimated age at death: 97

Arlene Atwood, "Idaho, Marriage Index, 1947-1961"
name: Larry Swanson
event: Marriage
event date: 19 Sep 1953
event place: Kootenai, Idaho, United States
spouse: Arlene Atwood 
Wilcox, Rose Arlene (I1502)
246 Arrived in Australia with his father Emil Johann Kreutz (aka Jack Cross) his mother and siblings in January 1882. It is believed they came from Ludershagen, Province Pommern, Prussia although some children were born in Stettin (now Szczecin in Poland). Kreutz, Johann Carl Friedrich (I573)
247 Arthur Thacher Brockett:

Birth 6 OCT 1847 in Hartford, Hartford, CT
Death 31 JAN 1854 in NY or CT

Father: Dr. Linus Pierpont Brockett b:
Mother: Lucy M Thacher b:

L. P. Brockett, M.D.
October 16, 1820 ? January 13, 1893
Arthur Thacher
Only child
October 8, 1847 ? January 31, 1854
Until the day break 
Brockett, Arthur Thacher (I116349)
248 As per on-line cemetery database, the above is the interment or re-interment date and the burial number is 420286 Thacher, Grace Camille (I110709)
249 at or near Kellogg, Molly (I105982)
250 at sea Hallett, Peter (I106780)

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