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2051 Section G Lot 9 Keeney, Florence Matteson (I116363)
 
2052 Section G Lot 9 McAdam, William A. (I120493)
 
2053 Section H Lot 75 Thacher, Robert Johnson (I116335)
 
2054 Section H Lot 79 Southwick, Martha Sophia (I116350)
 
2055 Section H Lot 79 Thacher, Benjamin Washington (I116351)
 
2056 Section K Lot 329 Baeder, Charles Bowman (I109090)
 
2057 Section L Crocker, George Lewis (I106841)
 
2058 Section L Innis, Aaron Jr. (I109807)
 
2059 Segment# 9, Lot# 202, Grave# 5 Hutchinson, Augusta Pittman (I110546)
 
2060 Served in Minnesota Legislature - House 1862-63 (District 9); Senate 1864-66 (District 9); Senate 1879-80 (District 17)

Party when first elected: Republican

Counties Served: Goodhue


From the Book - History of Goodhue County, published in 1909:

Joseph A. Thacher, of Zumbrota, the "farmer statesman" of Goodhue county, was a central figure around whom the rural population of the county were wont to rally. He had many of the characteristics of the New England puritan, but a long residence in the West had modified their asperities. He had well defined views upon all public questions, and did not lack ability or inclination to vindicate his opinions when occasions offered for their expression. He served in the legislature of the state, and would doubtless have represented his district in Congress but for his rigid views of political ethics, which restrained him from adopting the methods in vogue and practiced by aspiring politicians in his time. He early realized the substantial character of the resources and capabilities of the new country in which he had made his home, and hence had unlimited confidence in the possibilities of its future. He did much to advance the material interests of his immediate locality, and is gratefully remembered as one of the founders of that delightful community, cosily nestled in the charming valley of the Zumbro.
 
Thacher, Joseph Anderson (I104577)
 
2061 Served in the American Revolution in Colonel Fred Weisenfel's regiment, Captain Dodge's company, New York Levi's and Dutchess County Militia. Tappen, Matthew (I983)
 
2062 Served in the Revolutionsry War Continental Army, and New York Lines, lived in Dutchess County, New York at enlistment and he serve with a Lt. Peter Tappen (no kinship given) Sol. a[[lied 5 Jun 1837 Sullivan County, New York, was born 18 Oct 1753 at Poughkeepsie, NY and lived there at enlistment. Tappen, John N. Style (I1044)
 
2063 Served in the U.S. Navy during the Korean Conflict and was stationed in Newport, R.I., Bayonne, N.J., and Great Lakes Naval Station, Illinois.  Thacher, Lloyd Arthur (I118381)
 
2064 Seth Tracy Thacher lived in Western Ohio before the Civil War, sometime between 1847 - 1853. He was a Baptist clergyman and principal of Genesee Valley Seminary at Belfast, NY. Thacher, Rev. Seth Tracy (I115645)
 
2065 Seymour was a physicist (inventor) for the National Bureau of Standards. Ed attended Cooper Union and has a degree in physics from New York University. Edelman, Seymour (I118970)
 
2066 SGT US Army World War II Burbridge, Loyd L. (I119963)
 
2067 She and Jeuriaan had no surviving children Jacobse, Wybrecht (I1081)
 
2068 She is in the 1920 census for Adams,MA, living with her brother-in-law Merritt Thatcher.

Children: Stella Florilla Thatcher Burnett Bradley, Urban L Thatcher, Nettie Elnora Thatcher Stevens, Myrtle A Thatcher Blanchard, and Frederick Adelbert Thatcher.

Obituary -- Tuesday Aug 4,1825 -- Springfield Republican, North Adams section: Death of Mrs Harriet R Thatcher --
Mrs Harriet R Thatcher, 88, widow of Lumbert Thatcher, died at the home of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Emily Thatcher, 125 Bracewell avenue, Sunday, following an illness of several months. She was a native of Monroe and spent the greater part of her life in Charlemont, coming here 13 years ago. She is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Charles Stevens of this city and one son, Frederick of Gardner. The funeral will be held at the Baptist church tomorrow afternoon at 2 and the body will be taken to Charlemont for burial.
 
Hicks, Harriet (I118577)
 
2069 She is said not to have married, but Hon. George Thacher's MSS. Thacher Genealogy states that she had a son called Lot8 Thacher who died, not married, at New Orleans, La. Thacher, Rebecca (I103657)
 
2070 She is the daughter of Israel and Sarah (Otis) Foote.

She married Roger Hale on December 24, 1801 in Glastonbury, Hartford County, Connecticut.

She is the mother of Titus Hale and Israel Foote Hale. 
Foot, Sarah (I106186)
 
2071 She married Edward Gorham on 6 Jan 1785. He was a brother of Sturgis Gorham, who married Abigail Taylor's two sisters [Phebe (1744 - 1775) on 13 Sep 1764) and Desire Taylor (1756 - 1786) on 12 Jul 1778], as his first and second wives.

Children: 3 sons and 6 daughters, all born at Barnstable, Massachusetts.
i. John Taylor Gorham, 7 Jan 1786; died in Baltimore, Md.; not married.
ii. Mehitable Taylor Gorham Davis, 1788 - 1846
iii. Lucy Taylor Gorham Shepherd, 1789 - 1814
iv. Caroline Gorham, 1791 - 1875
v. Desire Thacher Gorham Bacon, 1793 - 1843
vi. William Taylor Gorham, 14 Sep 1795 -
vii. Abigail Thacher Gorham Allen, 1798 - 1826
viii. Benjamin Gorham, 1800 - 1821 
Taylor, Abigail (Nabby) (I107255)
 
2072 She married Thomas Williams or John Robinson. They had 3 children. Nye, Abigail (I107044)
 
2073 She married, first, on July 4,1875 at Charlemont,MA, Charles R Burnett.

She married, second, on Mar 25,1880 at Halifax,VT, Joseph Bradley.

Children(by first marriage): Gertrude Burnett Pedigree Hutson-Delaney and Charles Edward Burnett. 
Thatcher, Stella Florilla (I118578)
 
2074 She may have also (or instead) married Joseph Hallett. Hallett, Mary (I106723)
 
2075 She was a d/o Antonio Dey and Caroline Richards. Dey, Caroline Richards (I111121)
 
2076 She was a daughter of Joseph Yates and Jeanette (Maxwell) Van der Bogert, of Schenectady, N. Y. No children.

Rev Sheldon Munson Griswold lived successively at Delhi, N. Y., 24 years; Ilion, N. Y., 2 years; Little Falls, N. Y., 2 years; Hudson, N. Y., 12 years; and at Salina, Kansas. 1914, Bishop's House, Salina, Kansas.

He graduated at Union College and at the Theological Seminary in New York City and was ordained deacon and priest in the Protestant Episcopal Church by Bishop Doane in All Saints Cathedral and on January 8th, 1903, was consecrated Bishop of the Diocese of Kansas by Bishop Doane in All Saints Cathedral, in Albany, N. Y. 
Van der Bogert, Catherine Maxwell (I111139)
 
2077 She was a daughter of the late Josiah and Mary (Sanderson) Thacher. She was the wife of the late Dr. Dana W. Drury.

She lived in Littleton all her life and attended the Littleton School system. She also attended Kimball School of Worcester and La Salle Jr. College in Auburndale. She was involved in special studies at Simmons College and Boston University.

She had been librarian as well as assistant librarian at the Reuben Hoar library in Littleton for 36 years, a member of the Mass Audubon Society, the Nashoba Valley Bird Club, Mass Library Association, Littleton Conservation Trust, Thoreau Lyceum, La Salle Alumni, chairman of the town of Littleton Republic Committee and vice-president of the Littleton Lyceum.

She had been involved in the history of the town of Littleton and outdoors with bird life and ferns in the area. During World War I she was a volunteer helper at Camp Devens Hostess house and assisted in cataloging the first Camp Devens Library. She also wrote a number of children's stories under an assumed name.

She is survived by a nephew, William T. Brown; and two great-nephews, Steven M. Brown and Douglas T. Brown.

(Published in The Sun, Nov. 1982) 
Thacher, Margaret Elizabeth (I111021)
 
2078 She was a Teacher and Executive Seretary Folkrod, Mildred Emily (I116275)
 
2079 She was adopted. Kellogg, Adosia (I105957)
 
2080 She was born in 1916 and died in 2000. She married Paul Emry Burbridge in 1941.  Family F7928
 
2081 She was buried, presumably, at Yarmouth, although no gravestone does, or ever has, marked her grave. Winslow, Rebecca (I1537)
 
2082 She was married three times: To Howard Sands of Attica, to Harry Hayner of Attica and Florida, who died in 1960, and to Harlo Beals of Ithaca and Florida.

Local news items

"Miss Louita Higgins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Higgins of Springwater and Mr. Howard Sands of New York city were married at Dansville last week." (Mt Morris Enterprise, undated 1930's issue)

Obituary for Harry Haynor: "He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Louita Sands Hayner, a former school teacher in Attica." (Attica News, April 1960)

"Mr. and Mrs. Dean Ferres and Mr. and Mrs. Harlo Beals called on friends in Wayland last week. Maurine and Harlo Beals grew up in Wayland and Louita Beals was a Springwater girl." (Genesee Country Express, 1961) Note: Maurine and Harlo were siblings.

"Friends of Harlo Beals have asked me to report that the former Springwater resident passed away in Florida this past week, His wife was the former Louita Higgins." (Genesee Country Express March 25, 1989) 
Higgins, Louita (I120407)
 
2083 She was not married Thacher, Anna (I104470)
 
2084 She was not married. Thacher, Ruth (I104465)
 
2085 She was not married. She "stammered and was but one remove from an idiot." Otis' Barnstable Families, Vol. I, p. 437 states that although not married, she bore a son, David, in 1809. Gorham, Mary (Polly) (I107513)
 
2086 She was possibly a twin of her brother Samuel. Sturgis, Desire (I769)
 
2087 She was preceded in death by her fist husband, Francis Holmquist; her second husband, Homer Magoon.

Mother of Kathryn Moore (passed), Don D. Magoon of North East.

Sister of Clarence and Robert Cardot, both of North East.

Erie Times (PA) September 3, 1989 
Cardot, Edith M. (I120505)
 
2088 She was the daughter of Benjamin Baker and Sukey Thacher.
She married George Witt.

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.

Location:
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, Mary Thacher (I110459)
 
2089 She was the daughter of Harlan Page and Emeline (Haulman) Towner. She married Issac Trembly Thatcher on December 23, 1886. They were the parents of:

Albert Harlan Thatcher 1888 ? 1973
Roy A Thatcher 1889 ? 1974
Charles S Thatcher 1890 ?
Nettie M Thatcher 1894 ? 1962
Henrietta M Thatcher 1896 ?
Leona Thatcher 1900 ?

U.S., Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970
about Jessie Luella Towner
Name: Jessie Luella Towner
SAR Membership: 92779
Birth Date: 7 Sep 1870
Birth Place: Haslett, Michigan
Death Date: 27 Jul 1933
Death Place: E Lansing, Michigan
Father: Harlan Page Towner
Mother: Emeline Haulman
Spouse: Isaac Trembley Thatcher
Children: Nettie Marion Thatcher

1880 United States Federal Census
about Jesse L. Towner
Name: Jesse L. Towner
Age: 9
Birth Year: abt 1871
Birthplace: Michigan
Home in 1880: Meridian, Ingham, Michigan
Race: White
Gender: Female
Relation to Head of House: Daughter
Marital Status: Single
Father's Name: Harland P. Towner
Father's Birthplace: Michigan
Mother's Name: Emeline Towner
Mother's Birthplace: Ohio
Neighbors: View others on page
Occupation: At School
Household Members:
Name Age
Harland P. Towner 39
Emeline Towner 37
Jesse L. Towner 9
Daisy C. Towner 5
William K. Towner 2

1900 United States Federal Census
about Jessie L Thatcher
Name: Jessie L Thatcher
Age: 29
Birth Date: Sep 1870
Birthplace: Michigan
Home in 1900: De Witt, Clinton, Michigan
[Clinton]
Race: White
Gender: Female
Relation to Head of House: Wife
Marital Status: Married
Spouse's Name: Isaac T Thatcher
Marriage Year: 1886
Years Married: 14
Father's Birthplace: Michigan
Mother's Birthplace: Ohio
Mother: number of living children: 6
Mother: How many children: 9
Occupation: View on Image
Neighbors: View others on page
Household Members:
Name Age
Isaac T Thatcher 34
Jessie L Thatcher 29
Albert H Thatcher 12
Roy A Thatcher 11
Charles S Thatcher 9
Nettie M Thatcher 6
Hettie M Thatcher 4
Leona Thatcher 4/12

1930 United States Federal Census
about Jessie L Thatcher
Name: Jessie L Thatcher
Gender: Female
Birth Year: abt 1871
Birthplace: Michigan
Race: White
Home in 1930: East Lansing, Ingham, Michigan
View Map
Marital Status: Married
Relation to Head of House: Wife
Spouse's Name: Isaac T Thatcher
Father's Birthplace: Michigan
Neighbors: View others on page
Household Members:
Name Age
Isaac T Thatcher 64
Jessie L Thatcher 59
Henrietta M Thatcher34 
Towner, Jesse Luella (I118813)
 
2090 She was the second wife of Thomas Higginson, Civil War Union Army Officer. He was an author, reformer, and soldier; colonel of the first black regiment during the Civil War (1862-1864); and ardent abolitionist and advocate of women's suffrage. Thacher, Mary Potter (I117147)
 
2091 She was the wife of General Joseph Warren Revere and the daughter of Benjamin Waldo Lamb. Lamb, Rosanna Duncan (I108410)
 
2092 Sheldon Parks Thacher was a merchant, he lived all his life in Hartford, CT, but spent his last years in the south for his health. He married Mary Gabriella Hale, all of their children are living out west. Thacher, Sheldon Parks (I104543)
 
2093 Sheldon William Thacher was a Special Sales Represetative for Tasty Baking Company, Philadelphia, PA, lived in Drexel Hill, PA 1972. Thacher, Sheldon William (I115452)
 
2094 Sheriff of Surrey and Sussex during the reign of Henry the VIII (1509 - 1547) Thacher, John (I556)
 
2095 Sherman Day Thacher was headmaster Boys School, Nordoff, CA; he graduated Yale College 1883, Law School LLB 1887; living Nordoff, CA 1904. Thacher, Sherman Day (I115198)
 
2096 Shoghi Effendi, head of the Bah?'? Faith in the first half of the 20th century, designated nineteen Western Bah?'?s as Disciples of 'Abdu'l-Bah? and 'Heralds of the Covenant', this list included Chester I. Thatcher.

From a contemporary biography:

"Chester I. Thatcher, MD was born at Hornellsville, N. Y., April 5, 1841. His parentage was of Puritan lineage on his father's side and of Irish on his mother's, and seems to have been a happy combination for the physical and mental stamina for their offspring, and to have been conducive to that love of freedom of thought and energy of purpose which characterize the life of their son.

Very early in life he was brought face to face with the necessities of life, and made dependent upon his own efforts by the death of his father. Braving the situation with the vigor of his nature, he manfully entered upon the struggle for the mastery. Having completed a course of medical training in Michigan University at Ann Arbor, he still further pursued his favorite line in the Homeopathic Hospital College of Cleveland, Ohio, from which he graduated in 1879.

In 1880 he located in Chicago, where he has since resided, and has devoted much of his time to the study of electricity and magnetism. He is the head of a company for manufacturing apparatus for the application of these potent agencies, and displays the same energy and enthusiasm in this line of work which has characterized all his former life." 
Thacher, Chester Ira (I117272)
 
2097 Silas Duncklee was a cooper. Duncklee, Silas (I116260)
 
2098 Social Reformer. Edwin "Ebby T." Thacher was a schoolmate of Bill Wilson, one of the founders of Alcoholic Anonymous and the 12 steps program. In the early 1930's the two reunited over the common problem of alcoholism, thus marked the beginning of the rest of Wilson's successful life. Thacher, having experienced the grip of alcoholism, introduced Wilson to a newly formed Oxford Group with its strong spiritual values and emphasis on self-examination. Skeptical at first, Wilson later had a revelation that helped him recognize just what his friend, Ebby T., had done for him. In turn, Wilson decided that he would share what he had learned with other alcoholics. With this revelation, Alcoholic Anonymous was founded. Although Wilson always claimed Thacher as his sponsor and had him speak at meetings during the initial establishing of this worthwhile program, Thacher soon returned to drinking, thus he was never credited for his part in starting Alcoholic Anonymous. Thacher struggled on and off with sobriety over the years with some very serious relapses. Once he was so malnourished that he had lost fifty pounds after a binge. With the financial support of Wilson, he was admitted to various rehab centers. Thacher never found the reason to stay sober and blamed failing relationships with women or unsuccessful professional opportunities as the "cause" of his continual drinking. Although Thacher was born the youngest of five successful sons in a well-to-do family, his grateful friend Wilson was the one who watched after Thacher's welfare for the rest of his life and saw that he had at least the basics of food and shelter. After living two years in yet another rehab center in rural Ballston Spa, New York, he ultimately died sober from emphysema.

 
Thacher, Edwin Throckmorton (I118074)
 
2099 Solomon Wills (Alternate spellings: Wills, Willis, Willes, Wylls); Solomon served in the Revolutionary War as a Colonel; he was an Associate Judge in Tolland, County, Justice of the Peace, and a member of the Connecticut Legislature for twenty-three sessions. Wills, Col. Solomon (I105067)
 
2100 Son of Abiel Lovejoy (1764-1858) and & Mary "Polly" Thacher (1766-1795).

Married Martha (Patta) Kelley on March 10, 1814, and with her fathered 10 children; one of those children was Louisa Kelley Lovejoy (wife of John F. Palmer).

Age at the time of his death: 54y, 11m, 19d

Maj. Joseph Thacher Lovejoy came to Michigan in 1837. He was a major in the State Militia (Sidney, Maine).

He also served as a private in the War of 1812 (Capt. Stephen Lovejoy's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Sherwin's Regiment; from Sept 13 to Sept 24, 1814; raised at Sidney, service at Augusta).

Note: Capt. Stephen Lovejoy (1776-1859) was Joseph Thacher Lovejoy's uncle.

Source: "Records of the Massachusetts volunteer militia called out by the Governor of Massachusetts to suppress a threatened invasion during the war of 1812-14," Boston, Mass.: Wright & Potter printing co., state printers [1913], pg 262.

Also:

"Sidney raised men for Lieutenant Colonel Sherwin's regiment. One company had Richard Smith as captain, Benjamin Sawtelle as lieutenant...

Another company for Sherwin's regiment had for captain Stephen Lovejoy; for ensign, Joshua Ellis. The sergeants were: John Tinkham, jun., John Sawtelle, jun., Joseph Hastings and Thomas Johnson. Abial Dinsmore and Jacob Lovejoy were musicians. Thirty-nine privates enlisted in the company from Sidney."

Source: "Illustrated History of Kennebec County, Maine; 1625-1799-1892," ed. by Henry D. Kingsbury and Simeon L.Deyo, [1892] 
Lovejoy, Maj. Joseph Thacher (I107845)
 

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