George H. Tupper
1Fred Cox, The Illustrated Historical Souvenir of Bethel, Vermont, pp. 68,87 (1895).
"5. George H. TUPPER (Royal H.-1) was born on 4 Jun 1855 in Rochester, Windsor, Vermont.Received his education in the public schools of his native place and the Goddard Seminary at Barre. After completing his school work, he returned to his home at Rochester, and was employed on the farm of his father, for a short time. He then came to Bethel, and during the years 1881 and 1882, he was employed in the White River National Bank. In the latter part of 1882, he wnt to Kewanee, Illinois, where he remained seven months, returning to Bethel at the end of that time, and purchased the hardware business of J. G. Fassett, which he still carries on.He is a staunch Democrat, and the family has been connected with that party through several generations. He has been a member of the Democratic County Committee for several years, and was appointed postmaster of Bethel on May 13, 1885 during the first year of Mr. Cleveland's administration. He served four years, and was reappointed October 3, 1883, the office having ben changed from a fourth to a third rate office. He is a member of White River Lodge, No. 90, F. and A.M.George H. TUPPER and Nellie M. GRAHAM were married on 25 Jan 1882.2,8 Nellie M. GRAHAM (daughter of Andrew J. GRAHAM and Susanna A. LYMAN) was born on 11 Apr 1858 in Bethel, Windsor, Vermont.8 George H. TUPPER and Nellie M. GRAHAM had the following children:7 i.Grace L. TUPPER was born on 29 Jan 1883 in Bethel, Windsor, Vermont.28 ii.Harry A. TUPPER was born on 21 Oct 1886 in Bethel, Windsor, Vermont.29 iii.Frank H. TUPPER was born on 26 Mar 1894 in Bethel, Windsor, Vermont.210 iv.Marion M. TUPPER was born on 3 May 1895 in Bethel, Windsor, Vermont.2.".
Royal H. Tupper
1Fred Cox, The Illustrated Historical Souvenir of Bethel, Vermont, p. 87 (1895).
"1. Royal H. TUPPER was born about 1810.1 He died on 26 Nov 1881.2 Came from Rochester to Bethel in 1864, and located in Bethel village, residing in the house now owned by Mrs. William Wright. Although not a merchant in this place was actively engaged in buying and selling wool and hops in this section, and for serveral years was president of the White River National Bank.Royal H. TUPPER and Sarah FARRINGTON were married.3 Sarah FARRINGTON died on 22 Feb 1850 in Rochester, Windsor, Vermont.4 Royal H. TUPPER and Sarah FARRINGTON had the following children:+2 i.John R. TUPPER, born on 4 Dec 1841 2; married Susan RAYMOND5.3 ii.Robert TUPPER was born on 26 Mar 1843.2 He died on 25 Aug 1855. 2+4 iii.Sarah Frances TUPPER, born on 26 Nov 1848 2; married F. P. HOLDEN 6.Royal H. TUPPER and Martha ROGERS were married on 9 Jun 1851.2 Martha ROGERS was born. Royal H. TUPPER and Martha ROGERS had the following children:+5 i.George H. TUPPER, born on 4 Jun 1855, Rochester, Windsor, Vermont 7; married Nellie M. GRAHAM, on 25 Jan 1882 2,8.".
Reverend Samuel Whiting
1Rollin Hillyer Cooke, Historic Homes and Institutions and Genealogical and Personal Memoirs of Berkshire County, Massachusetts, Vol. 2, p. 128 (1906).
"Rev. Samuel Whiting, son of Rev. John and Sybil (Collins) Whiting, born April 22, 1670, died September 27, 1725, was the first minister of Windham, Connecticut. He married, September 14, 1696, Elizabeth Adams, daughter of Rev. William and Alice (Bradford) Adams, the latter having been a daughter of Lieutenant Governor William Bradford, who was a son of Governor Bradford, who came over on the "Mayflower.".".