Pejepscot, Cumberland County, Maine 1790 Census Returns

Under an Act Providing for the Enumeration of the Inhabitants of the United States Approved 1 Mar 1790, I, David C. Young, make this late report. This is the unofficial 1790 US Census Returns for Pejepscot Claim & Moses Little's Gore, Cumberland Co, Maine.


© 1997 by David Colb Young

  • CROCKETT Ephraim 1-2-3-0-0
  • DRESSER Joseph 1-1-3-0-0
  • DYER Lemuel 1-1-3-0-0
  • GLASS, Concider 1-1-3-0-0
  • HOLLIS Richard 1-4-3-0-0
  • JORDAN Humphrey 1-1-1-0-0
  • JORDAN James 1-3-3-0-0
  • LARRABEE Solomon 1-1-3-0-0
  • LEECH George 1-2-2-0-0
  • MERRILL Peter 1-0-1-0-0
  • NEVENS James 1-4-2-0-0
  • NEVENS William 1-2-4-0-0
  • PLUMMER Edward 1-2-4-0-0
  • PLUMMER William 1-1-4-0-0
  • SAUNDRES Joseph 1-6-3-0-0
  • SAWYER Nathaniel 1-1-3-0-0
  • STINCHFIELD John 1-?-?-0-0
  • STINCHFIELD John 1-2-1-0-0
  • VICKERY Mattias 2-3-7-0-0
  • VOSMUS John
  • WAGG James 1-0-1-0-0
  • WALKER John 1-2-1-0-0
  • WOODBURY True 1-3-4-0-0
  • WITHAM Ebenezer 1-3-4-0-0

    GLASS, Concider 1-1-3-0-0

    Pejepscot Claim (Danville) Cumberland County (now Auburn Androscoggin Co)
    CONSIDER GLASS settled 1787 from New Gloucester ME

    GLASS Consider b 15 Nov 1759 at Duxbury, MA m 5 Apr 1785 at New Gloucester, Me, m Hannah Parsons b 7 May 1765 at Gloucester, Me d 19 Dec 1803 at Pejepscot, Me.

    CROCKETT Ephraim 1-2-3-0-0

    Pejepscot Claim (Danville) Cumberland County (now Auburn Androscoggin Co)
    EPHRAIM CROCKETT b 12 Jul 1755 Cape Elizabeth, Me d 9 Apr 1835 m 20 June 1777, Rebecca Stanford.

    DRESSER Aaron 1-2-3-0-0

    Pejepscot Claim (Danville) Cumberland County (now Auburn Androscoggin Co)

    AARON DRESSER b 12 Apr 1758 Gloucester, MA d 25 Feb 1845 m 17 Jul 1781, Alice Rowe d Jul 1802 Pejepscot, Me. m(2) 15 Apr 1804, Sarah ______ b 5 Nov 1752 d 13 Jan 1824 Danville, Me [Page 60 VR Danville, Me]

    [late Charles Starbird's notes on Danville Maine Families]
    Androscoggin Historical Society, 2 Turner St Auburn ME 04210

    DRESSER Joseph 1-1-3-0-0

    Pejepscot Claim (Danville) Cumberland County (now Auburn Androscoggin Co)

    JOSEPH DRESSER b 10 Mar 1749 at Gloucester, MA d 22 Oct 1834 m 5 Dec 1773, Mary Lane b 17 Aug 1751

    Androscoggin Historical Society, 2 Turner St Auburn ME 04210

    DYER Lemuel 1-1-3-0-0

    Pejepscot Claim (Danville) Cumberland County (now Auburn Androscoggin Co)

    LEMUEL DYER b 26 Apr 1759 at Cape Ellizabeth, Me d 1 Jan 1813. He m on 24 Dec 1780 Sarah Leach b 15 Aug 1761 d 29 Jan 1847.

    HOLLIS Richard 1-4-3-0-0

    Pejepscot Claim (Danville) Cumberland County (now Auburn Androscoggin Co)

    RICHARD HOLLIS b 22 Apr 1753 at Weymouth, MA d 11 Mar 1815 of typhus fever m 13 Feb 1777 at Cape Elizabeth, Me, Sarah Hanscome b 27 Jan 1757 at Cape Elizabeth, Me

    [1-50 VR Danville, Me]
    [late Charles Starbird's notes on Danville Maine Families]

    Androscoggin Historical Society, 2 Turner St Auburn ME 04210

    JORDAN Humphrey 1-1-1-0-0 Pejepscot Claim (Danville) Cumberland County (now Auburn Androscoggin Co)

    HUMPHRY JORDAN b 30 Mar 1751 at Cape Elizabeth d 13 Oct 1833 at Danville, Me m 11 Mar 1784, Joanna Briant b 15 Sep 1766 d 13 Feb 1856


    JORDAN James 1-3-3-0-0 Pejepscot Claim (Danville) Cumberland County (now Auburn Androscoggin Co) JAMES JORDAN b 17 Oct 1757 m 12 Feb 1786 at Cape Elizabeth, Me, Elizabeth McKenny b 17 Apr 1763 d 20 Sep 1838
    LARRABEE Solomon 1-1-3-0-0

    Pejepscot Claim (Danville) Cumberland County (now Auburn Androscoggin Co)

    SOLOMON LARRIBEE b 11 Feb 1750 at Scarboro, Me. m 1 Jan 1782 Cape Elizabeth, Me, Lucy Dunn b 17 Dec 1762 Cape Elizabeth, Me.

    LEECH George 1-2-2-0-0 Pejepscot Claim (Danville) Cumberland County (now Auburn Androscoggin Co)

    GEORGE LEACH b 15 Jul 1756 Cape Elizabeth, Me m 10 Apr 1788, Catharine Wheeler b 16 May 1757 at Gloucester, Ma

    [page 52 VR Danville, Me]
    [late Charles Starbird's notes on Danville Maine Families]
    Androscoggin Historical Society, 2 Turner St Auburn ME 04210

    MERRILL Peter 1-0-1-0-0 Pejepscot Claim (Danville) Cumberland County (now Auburn Androscoggin Co)

    MERRILL Peter b 13 Jan 1747 Newbury, MA d 27 Jul 1823 but VR of Danville states on page 93 "d 23 Sep 1823" m 27 Jul 1772, Martha Royal, 15 Aug 1749 at North Yarmouth, Me. d 27 Jul 1825? "no issue." Peter Merrill was probably the brother of John Merrill of Moses Little's Gore. Peter purchased of Moses Little deed dated 1 Sep 1777 land on Little's Gore, and from parties unknown land adjoining the lot purchased of Little but lying in the Town of New Gloucester, ME. He may of been the 2nd permanent settler in the Danville area of the Moses Little's Gore. He was early active in community affairs. His name is mentioned frequently in Andrew Giddinge's diaries as building roads & bridges. On 2 Sep 1822, they exected a bond with Thomas B Little, which they sold all their land etc in exchange for a life time support which they had been accustomed to live.

    [page 93 VR Danville, Me][late Charles Starbird's notes on Danville Maine Families]

    Androscoggin Historical Society, 2 Turner St Auburn ME 04210

    NEVENS William 1-2-4-0-0 Pejepscot Claim (Danville) Cumberland County (now Auburn Androscoggin Co)

    WILLIAM NEVENS, b Gloucester, MA Mar 1750 [VR Danville]: d 23 Jul 1800/6 at Pejepscot/Danville ME [VR]: He live in Gloucester MA, New Gloucester and move to Pejepscot Claim 1779/80. [Settler's List recorded 1805] He was the first settler of New Gloucester to settler on the Pejepscot Claim. He married Elizabeth RAY on 22 May 1777 at New Gloucester ME: She was b 18 Jul 1749/0 at Cape Elizabeth ME, d 3/11 Oct 1824 a town pauper at the house of Solomon M Sawyer.

    NEVENS James 1-4-2-0-0 Pejepscot Claim (Danville) Cumberland County (now Auburn Androscoggin Co) JAMES NEVENS settled 1782 from New Gloucester ME. NEVENS James b 15 Jan 1756 at Gloucester, MA d 19 May 1832 m 15 Nov 1778 at New Gloucester, Me, Joanna Haskell b 3 Aug 1758 d 31 Jan 1848. He first settled on Bakerstown Grant in 1779. In 1781, he was living in New Gloucester (ME). In 1782-3 he moved onto the Pejepscot Claim, Cumberland Co, Maine, settling in the South westerly section of the town not far from the New Gloucester line, and in the fourth school District. [ Page 44 VR Danville, Me]
    Androscoggin Historical Society, 2 Turner St Auburn ME 04210
    PLUMMER Edward 1-2-4-0-0 Pejepscot Claim (Danville) Cumberland County (now Auburn Androscoggin Co) EDWARD PLUMMER b 22 May 1756 at Scarboro, Me m 27 Nov 1780 at Scarboro, Me, Deborah Bragdon b 9 May 1754 d 7 June 1843
    Androscoggin Historical Society, 2 Turner St Auburn ME 04210
    PLUMMER William 1-1-4-0-0 Pejepscot Claim (Danville) Cumberland County (now Auburn Androscoggin Co)

    WILLIAM PLUMMER b 14 Dec 1757 (should re-check date?) at Scarboro, Me d 29 Oct 1838, the fourth child & second s/o Aaron Jr & Elizabeth (Skillings) Plummer, m 2 Mar 1785 at Cape Elizabeth, Me, Abigail Jordan b 14 Feb 1760 at Cape Elizabeth, Me. she d 27 Jan 1838. William was a sailor, fisherman, & farmer. At ae 18y he enlisted in the Continental Army at Cambridge, 1775, and served for a time there. In Jan 1776, he was serving at Portland (ME) and was there disharged, following which he was engaged for some time in privateering, a natural service for an accomplished sailor. In later enlistments his records included participation in the surrender of Burgoyne at Saratoga, the cruel winter at Valley Forge and the Battle of Monmouth. In later years, contemplating his war service, WIlliam wrote in his diary under date 19 Dec 1836: " I was to the taking of Buroine & his army I went from Saratogue to Valley Forgue. I went from thence into Monmouth Battle a remarkable hot day and from thence to RI & wintered in providence I was a soldier at Cambridge and a soldier in Casco Bay after it was Burnt by mowet. I went in a schooner Privateer Putnam, Capt Stephen Mashell of Salem (MA). I was shipwreaked on the coast of France and a number of other times and I remin yet Blessed be God for all things - I can't write one hundredth part of my hardship" After the close of the Revolution Mr Plummer settled at Cape Elizabeth, engaged in Farming and continued to follow the sea. On March 2 1784, at Falmouth, he married Abigail Jordan, who was born at Cape Elizabeth 4 Feb 1760, the daughter of Thomas & Ann (Simonton) Jordan. She was of the fourth generation from Rev Robert Jordan. In 1788, WIlliam & Abigail (Jordan) Plummer, with their first two children moved onto the Pejepscot Claim (Danville) ME, Here he built a log cabin which for two years sheltered his family, and in which the third child Thomas Jordan Plummer was born. Having constructed a frame house the family moved into the new home, and the cabin was left as a home of his brother Edward and family. For many years, Mr Plummer cleared more and more land for his farming operation and raised ample crops to provide for the needs of his family, and to sell in the market. He was also active in the raising of cattle, sheep and swine. His market was in Portland (ME) and many entries in his diaries describe his journeys to that city by oxcart. In 1817 having reached the age of 61y Mr Plummer sold one half of his farm to his son Thomas J and for the remainder of his life worked only the smaller area, and continued to live in the original fram house, his son building on his half of the farm. William Plummer was a Jeffersonian Democraft and a public Spirted citizen. He was one of the signers of a petition to incorporate the town. Served as field driver 1802, highway surveyor 1803, 1805 & 1807, tythingman 1806-1807, Hog rieve & fence veiwer in 1807, grandjury list 1809, andselectman 1816-1817. William apparently having had little formal education, kept for many years a careful diary. Many of these diaries still are in existence. There are twenty folios of these records kept with the precision of a ship's log, at which , in the course of sea duty, Mr Plummer likely had some experience. They are carefully sewed together the first recording being dated 20 June 1804 and the late 4 Jul 1837. The compiler of the sea family records has been extremely fortunate in having had the opportunity of making a complete transcription of the diaries and they are a valued record of many historical events in the story of early Danville (ME)

    [VR Page 82 Danville, Me]
    [late Charles Starbird's notes on Danville Maine Families]
    Androscoggin Historical Society, 2 Turner St Auburn ME 04210

    SAUNDRES Joseph 1-6-3-0-0 Pejepscot Claim (Danville) Cumberland County (now Auburn Androscoggin Co) [Cumberland Co Deeds 38 p42]

    JOSEPH SAUNDRES b 15 Nov 1743 in Kingdom of Portugal, m 15 Aug 1774, Jemima Merrill b 15 Feb 1754 at Newbury MA, d/o John & Anne (Ordway) Merrill. The 1805 settler's list states he was the first family to come from Newbury MA in 1779 to settle on the Pejepscot claim (later called Danville).

    Androscoggin Historical Society, 2 Turner St Auburn ME 04210

    SAWYER Nathaniel 1-1-3-0-0 Pejepscot Claim (Danville) Cumberland County (now Auburn Androscoggin Co)

    NATHANIEL SAWYER born 1 May 1760 at Gloucester MA, d 18 Jan 1828 at Danville. He was the 8th family to move from New Gloucester to what was later Danville ME. He moved his family first to New Gloucester in 1782 before settling on the Pejebscot Claim/Danville ME. He m 15 Jan 1783 Sarah Morgan at New Gloucester, who was b 24 Dec 1762 at Gloucster MA, d 4 June 1828 at Danville ME.


    STINCHFIELD John 1-?-?-0-0 Pejepscot Claim (Danville) Cumberland County (now Auburn Androscoggin Co)

    JOHN STINCHFIELD Jr b 23 Oct 1738 d ??? married Mehitable W (Winship) They lived in in Danville ME.

    Androscoggin Historical Society, 2 Turner St Auburn ME 04210

    STINCHFIELD John 1-2-1-0-0 Pejepscot Claim (Danville) Cumberland County (now Auburn Androscoggin Co) JOHN STINCHFIELD b 19 Sep 1762, m 6 Nov 1787 Sarah Lake b 25 Oct 1767.
      Children:
    • Ebenezer b 24 Feb 1788 at New Gloucester, Me. m 30 Nov 1809, Polly Woodbury

    • John b 12 Nov 1789 at Pejepscot Calim ME, m 5 Nov 1812, Priscilla Crocket

    • William b 28 Aug 1791 at Pejepscot Claim, Me. m 30 Mar 1819, Eunice Marston

    • Samuel b 15 Jul 1793 m 23 Mar 1815, Polly Timon

    • Molly b 30 Jul 1795

    • Sarah b 1 Oct 1797 m 10 Sep 1822, George Goss

    • Elizabeth b 26 Nov 1799

    • Lois b 10 Dec 1810

    • Seth b 13 Apr 1803 [page 6 VR Danville, Me]
    [late Charles Starbird's notes on Danville Maine Families]
    Androscoggin Historical Society, 2 Turner St Auburn ME 04210

    VICKERY Matthias 2-3-7-0-0 Pejepscot Claim (Danville) Cumberland County (now Auburn Androscoggin Co)

    MATTHIAS VICKERY b 19 Jul 1743 Boston, MA d 21 Nov 1812 Pejepscot, Me s/o Capt David & Hannah (Parker) Vickery. Mattthias moved first to Portland then to Cape Elizabeth with his mother in 1746. The late Historian, Charles Starbird, claimed that Vickery's descendants had an account book of his which had entries covering many years of his life at sea. He (m1) 9 Nov 1767 at Cape Elizabeth, ME, Ruth Horton b 1748, d 26 Dec 1779. About 1770, he moved to Bluehill ME and after the death of his wife moved to Greene ME. On 14 Apr 1780 at New Gloucester, Me, m2 Elizabeth Wagg b 15 Jan 1756 at Cape Elizabeth, Me d/o James & Mary Wagg.

      Children:
    • David b 26 Nov 1768 Falmouth, Me d 27 Dec 1780

    • Hannah b 8 June 1770 Bluehill Bay, Me. m Nathaniel Davis of Lewiston, Me

    • David b 2 Sep 1773

    • James b 1 Aug 1775 at Bluehill m Rebecca Penley b 5 Jan 1781 d/o Joseph & Ester (Fogg) Penley

    • Matthias b 16 Mar 1777 m 21 Nov 1799, Sarah Dingley

    • John b 7 Feb 1772 d 2 Feb 1780

    • Isaac b 7 Apr 1779 d 10 Mar 1780

      {children by 2nd wife}:

    • Ruth b 20 June 1781 at Greene, Me

    • Deborah b 6 Aug 1782

    • Eliza b 26 Mar 1784 at Pejepscot, Me

    • Molly b 11 Feb 1786

    • Nabby b 9 June 1787 m 1 Mar 1806, Jeremiah N Lucas

    • Sally b 4 Apr 1789 d 14 Oct 1791

    • Samuel b 11 Feb 1791 m 30 May 1811, Nabby Fogg

    • Eunice b 8 Dec 1792

    • Sally b 29 Apr 1794 m 29 May 1816, David Bradbury

    • Nathaniel b 25 Apr 1796

    • Phebe b 17 Jul 1798

    • John b 24 June 1800
    [page 56 VR Danville, Me][page 57 VR Danville, Me] [see Histories of Lewiston, Maine & Greene for additional information]
    Androscoggin Historical Society, 2 Turner St Auburn ME 04210

    VOSMUS John 1-3-1-0-0 Pejepscot Claim (Danville) Cumberland County (now Auburn Androscoggin Co)

    VOSMUS John b 15 Aug 1747 at Colagne, Germany d 1 Apr 1819 m Feb 1787 at Pejepscot Claim Feb 1787, Hannah Libbee, b 1760 Scarboro, Me.d 7 Jul 1829. He settled in Scarboro (ME) first before moving to the Pejepscot Claim (ME) and built a log cabin in 1785. He live in district # 6 on a farm in the "Trap" area. His farm was later occupied by Dominious Jordan. He built his farm house in 1805. William Plummer wrote in his diary, "John Vosmus was much lamented by all who new him - a worthy neighbor."

      Children:
    • John b 11 Jul 1787 m Abigail Lane, on 18 Jan 1808. He was a Fence Viewer & Hog Rieve in 1808. He m 18 Jan 1808 Abigail Lane. He moved to Lisbon, Me.
    • Humphry b 16 Oct 1789, d 5 Oct 1874 m 27 May 1813, Eunice True b 27 Jan 1795 at Bowdoin, ME. d 25 Dec 1872 at Auburn, ME, d/o Jacob & Lucy (True) True. He bought a farm on the Witham Road after his marriage. He served onthe Highway Surveyor , School Agent boards, and was active in the South Auburn Baptist Church. He was a member from Danville of the Council which, in 1847, formed the Pine Street Baptist Church in Lewiston ME ( then known as Lewiston Falls Baptist Church)
    • William b 1 Oct 1791 d 5 May 1818, never marrird, Wm Plummer caracterized him as "a young man much respected".
    • Betsey b 29 May 1793 d 2 Sep 1810 at Pejepscot, Me

    • Isaac b 30 Aug 1795 m 10 Sept 1820 Zezia Larrabee of Danville, she was the d/o Jacob & Jane (Meserve) Larrabee. His name appearing in the tax lists as the exclusive owner after the death of his mother. He attended Danville schools and later served a School Agent for the 5th District of Danville.
    • Jacob b 14 Aug 1798, d 1851 m 20 Aug 1822 Mary Parsons Goss b 21 Dec 1802 d/o John & Anna (Parsons) Goss. Upon Jacob's death she was left with small children. She survived Jacob 47yrs dying in Auburn 1898. The vital records of this family have been lost from the Danville records but cemetery records and the obituarary of James, support the fact he had a family consisted of seven boys & two girls.
    • Luke b 14 Aug 1798 (twin) at Pejepscot Claim (ME) d 22 May 1866 at East Bridgewater, MA. Luke was educated in Pejep- scot schools & made farming his life work at Danville, ME. He moved to Poland, Me, before 1834? and then to East Bridgewater, MA. He worked at New Gloucester, ME 23 May 1821, Harriet Atwood, who was born at New Gloucester, ME, 24 Dec 1801 d/o Solomon & Abigail ( ) Atwood. She died in 1885.
    • Sally b 30 Aug 1800, d 14 Jan 1848 at Danville m 18 Aug 1819 Samuel P Goss who was b 11 Jan 1797, d 14 Jan 1797 s/o John & Ann (Parsons) Goss
    • Pelatiah b 27 Oct 1806, d 7 Mar 1845.
    [ Page 84 VR Danville, Me] [late Charles Starbird's notes on Danville Maine Families]
    Androscoggin Historical Society, 2 Turner St Auburn ME 04210


    WAGG James Sr 1-0-1-0-0 Pejepscot Claim (Danville) Cumberland County (now Auburn Androscoggin Co)

    JAMES WAGG Sr was born in Brighton England [Old Wagg Cem Record] He was a revolutionary Soldier and the first person from Cape Elizabeth ME to settled in 1780 at what was later called Danville ME. (settler's list 1805) He was a memeber of the Little Brown Church (Baptist) in (South Danville) now South Auburn in 1808. He married Mary ________. He m(2) Dorcas ______ b 16 Aug 1756, d 11 Feb 1825 buried in Wagg Cem in Auburn ME.

    WALKER John 1-2-1-0-0 Pejepscot Claim (Danville) Cumberland County (now Auburn Androscoggin Co) [Cumberland Co Deeds 38 p42]

    WALKER John b 11 Sep 1761 Windham, ME d 10 June 1846 at Danville ME m __ Nov 1788 at New Gloucester, ME, Jane Lake, b ___ Feb 1760 at North Yarmouth, ME. He moved for Pejepscot Claim from New Gloucester in 1790 and settled not far from the present Harmon's Corner. This area was long known as the Walker district.

      Children:

    • Benjamin b 4 Jan 1789 at New Gloucester, ME m ___ Jan 1810, Elizabeth Rowe

    • Jeremiah b 25 Oct 1790 d 10 Jan 1812 m 1 May 1811, Polly Garcelon of Durham, ME

    • Sarah b 28 Mar 1792 m 29 Jan 1811, Enoch Downer

    • Anna b 2 Mar 1794

    • John b 6 Oct 1795

    • Jane b 18 May 1797
    [page 68 VR Danville, ME]
    [late Charles Starbird's notes on Danville Maine Families]
    Androscoggin Historical Society, 2 Turner St Auburn ME 04210


    WOODBURY True 1-3-4-0-0 Pejepscot Claim (Danville) Cumberland County (now Auburn Androscoggin Co)

    TRUE WOODBURY came from New Gloucester in 1782 to settle on the Pejepscot Claim (Danville) He was b 15 Jan 1756 Newbury, MA d 28 Apr 1828 at Danville, Me m 10 Sep 1780, Susanna Nevins b 4 Apr 1760 at New Gloucester, He d 17 Sep 1806. He m(2) at New Gloucester, Me, 29 Jan 1812, Ann ( ) Bangs relict of Joshua Bangs of Portland, Me.

      Children:

    • Hugh b 26 Nov 1780 at New Gloucester, Me

    • True b 4 May 1782 at Pejepscot, Me m 15 Aug 1805,
    • Sally Jordan

    • Susanna b 20 Dec 1783 d 23 Sep 1803 at Pejepscot, Me

    • Polly b 11 Sep 1786 m 30 Nov 1809, Ebenezer Stinchfield

    • Betsey b 3 May 1788

    • Benjamin b 17 Apr 1790

    • Nancy b 21 Jan 1792

    • Philemon b 30 Oct 1793

    • William b 15 Jul 1795

    • Sally b 12 Mar 1797

    • John b 1 Apr 1799 d 5 Apr 1861 at Danville, Me

    • Clara b 23 Sep 1800 m Seth Stinchfield

      twins d.y.

    • ????? b 28 Jul 1804

    • Samuel [page 23 & page 164 VR Danville, Me][Lisbon History Atlas 1873]
      Androscoggin Historical Society, 2 Turner St Auburn ME 04210


    WITHAM Ebenezer 1-3-4-0-0 Pejepscot Claim (Danville) Cumberland County (now Auburn Androscoggin Co)

    WITHAM Ebenezer b (12)/16 June 1753 at Gloucester, MA d 12 May 1826 in Danville, Me s/o _______________. He moved to New Gloucester, Me in late 1777. While the family lived in New Gloucester, he bought land near Danville Jct, (Moses Little's Gore) and began clearing a farm and building a home. After about two year returned to Gloucester [MA or Me?], but moved into his home on the Pejepscot Claim likley in 1782. He was one of the earliest settlers in Danville, Me. m(1) Sarah Hood/Hool b 1 Sep 1755 at Manchester, MA d 10 Jul 1810 at Pejepscot, Me m(2) 6 Apr 1813 Tammy (Finson) Goss widow of Thomas Goss.

      Children:

    • child b 1 Mar 1777 d y.

    • Elizabeth b 26 Feb 1778 at New Gloucester, Me m 13 May 1798 Thomas Goss 3rd

    • John b 15 Aug 1780 at New Gloucester d 15 Dec 1816 m Sally Allman d/o John & Mary (Goss) (Parkhurst) Allman

    • Sarah Hood b 24 Dec 1783 on Pejepscot Claim, (now Auburn, Me) d 21 Oct 1808 in Danville, Me

    • Dorcas b 30 Mar 1786 d 19 Jan 1797 at Pejepscot, Me

    • Ebenezer Jr b 4 Oct 1788 m 27 Apr 1815 Eunice Rowe

    • Thomas b 13 Sep 1790

    • Asa b 12 Jul 1793 m 9 Mar 1820, Clarissa Rowe
    [Starbird's records of Danville, Me AHS][page 21 VR Danville, Me]
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