Jane Houghton

F, #11941, b. 6 March 1810, d. 15 September 1883
Father*Ebenezer Houghton Jr. b. 16 Nov 1752, d. 16 Aug 1826
Mother*Emma Jones b. c 1769, d. 28 Jun 1831

Biography

BirthMar 6, 1810Leominster, Worcester Co., MA, USA
MarriageDec 22, 1836Leominster, Worcester Co., MA, USA
DeathSep 15, 1883

Family

William L. Upham
Marriage*Jane Houghton married William L. Upham on Dec 22, 1836 at Leominster, Worcester Co., MA, USA
Child

Harriet E. Houghton

F, #11942, b. 18 June 1830, d. 29 May 1894
Father*William Houghton b. 5 Apr 1802, d. 15 Dec 1889
Mother*Orilla Elmira Cornish b. 23 Apr 1809, d. 15 Sep 1853

Biography

BirthJun 18, 1830Bakersfield, Franklin Co., VT, USA, age 26 in 1850 census
MarriageSep 10, 1858
DeathMay 29, 1894

Family

Charles Henry Wylie
Marriage*Harriet E. Houghton married Charles Henry Wylie on Sep 10, 1858. 

William Houghton

M, #11943, b. 12 September 1812, d. 20 September 1812
Father*Ebenezer Houghton Jr. b. 16 Nov 1752, d. 16 Aug 1826
Mother*Emma Jones b. c 1769, d. 28 Jun 1831

Biography

BirthSep 12, 1812not in Leominster VR
DeathSep 20, 1812

Calista Parker

F, #11944, b. circa 1799, d. 26 September 1828

Biography

Birthcirca 1799dd calc
DeathSep 26, 1828Leominster, Worcester Co., MA, USA, a. 29, of fits (Sep. 28); MLM: 1829
BurialPine Grove Cemetery, Leominster, Worcester Co., MA, USA, ae 29y w/o David F-28

Family

David Houghton b. 15 Mar 1792, d. 1 Feb 1867

Ebenezer Atherton

M, #11945, b. 1 March 1789

Biography

BirthMar 1, 1789Harvard, Worcester Co., MA, USA
MarriageDec 28, 1815Leominster, Worcester Co., MA, USA

Family

Lucy Houghton b. 12 Jun 1794
Marriage*Ebenezer Atherton married Lucy Houghton, daughter of Ebenezer Houghton Jr. and Emma Jones, on Dec 28, 1815 at Leominster, Worcester Co., MA, USA
Children

Jonas Bessom

M, #11946

Biography

MarriageMar 20, 1828Boston, Suffolk Co., MA, USA

Family

Relief Houghton b. 9 Jul 1798
Marriage*Jonas Bessom married Relief Houghton, daughter of Ebenezer Houghton Jr. and Emma Jones, on Mar 20, 1828 at Boston, Suffolk Co., MA, USA

Thomas Houghton

M, #11947, b. 10 February 1781, d. 2 July 1863
Father*Joseph Houghton b. 24 Jan 1746/47, d. b 1810
Mother*Lois Ross b. 13 Aug 1745, d. 30 Apr 1812

Biography

BirthFeb 10, 1781Bolton, Worcester Co., MA, USA, age 79 in 1860 census
MarriageApr 14, 1823Stow, Middlesex Co., MA, USA
1830 Census1830Bolton, Worcester Co., MA, USA, 5 Total: 1 male 20 to 30 (1801-1810), 1 male 40 to 50 (1781-1790)// 1 female 5 to 10 (1821-1825), 1 female 15 to 20 (1811-1815), 1 female 20 to 30 (1801-1810)
1840 Census1840Bolton, Worcester Co., MA, USA, 3 Total: 1 male 50 to 60 (1780-1789) // 1 female 15 to 20 (1820-1825), 1 female 30 to 40 (1800-1809); next door to son Sherman
1860 Census1860Bolton, Worcester Co., MA, USA, age 79, farmer, property $1200-$250
DeathJul 2, 1863Bolton, Worcester Co., MA, USA
BurialOld Bolton Cemetery, Bolton, Worcester Co., MA, USA, ae 82y

Family 1

Asenath Whitney b. 16 Feb 1784, d. 28 Dec 1821
MarriageThomas Houghton married Asenath Whitney on Sep 10, 1803 at Bolton, Worcester Co., MA, USA
Children

Family 2

Eunice Houghton b. 12 Oct 1800
Marriage*Thomas Houghton married Eunice Houghton, daughter of Ebenezer Houghton Jr. and Emma Jones, on Apr 14, 1823 at Stow, Middlesex Co., MA, USA

Susan Farnsworth

F, #11948, b. circa 1814

Biography

Birthcirca 1814MA, USA, age 36 in 1850 census; age 55 in 1870 census
MarriageApr 2, 1834
1850 Census1850Rutland, Worcester Co., MA, USA, age 45, a farmer; a George Baker, age 13, living with them
1860 Census1860Rutland, Worcester Co., MA, USA, age 55, farmer; and George Baker, 16
1870 Census1870Rutland, Worcester Co., MA, USA, age 65, a farmer, property $2500-$6590

Family

Rufus Houghton b. 22 Oct 1804
Marriage*Susan Farnsworth married Rufus Houghton, son of Ebenezer Houghton Jr. and Emma Jones, on Apr 2, 1834. 

William L. Upham

M, #11949

Biography

MarriageDec 22, 1836Leominster, Worcester Co., MA, USA

Family

Jane Houghton b. 6 Mar 1810, d. 15 Sep 1883
Marriage*William L. Upham married Jane Houghton, daughter of Ebenezer Houghton Jr. and Emma Jones, on Dec 22, 1836 at Leominster, Worcester Co., MA, USA
Child

Lucetta Houghton

F, #11950, b. 24 April 1832, d. 29 March 1897
Father*William Houghton b. 5 Apr 1802, d. 15 Dec 1889
Mother*Orilla Elmira Cornish b. 23 Apr 1809, d. 15 Sep 1853

Biography

BirthApr 24, 1832Bakersfield, Franklin Co., VT, USA, age 18 in 1850 census
Marriage
DeathMar 29, 1897MLM: Mar. 29, 1847

Family

Erastus Johnson b. c 1826
Marriage*Lucetta Houghton married Erastus Johnson

Horace Houghton

M, #11951, b. 11 January 1833, d. 11 February 1918
Father*William Houghton b. 5 Apr 1802, d. 15 Dec 1889
Mother*Orilla Elmira Cornish b. 23 Apr 1809, d. 15 Sep 1853

Biography

BirthJan 11, 1833Bakersfield, Franklin Co., VT, USA, age 16 in 1850 census; age 26 in 1860 census; age 36 in 1870 census; age 46 in 1880 census; Dec 1833, age 66 in 1900 census; age 76 in 1910 census; MLM: Dec. 11
MarriageJun 17, 1858La Grange, Walworth Co., WI, USA
1860 Census1860La Grange, Walworth Co., WI, USA, age 26, farmer; next door to father
1870 Census1870LaGrange, Walworth Co., WI, USA, next door to father, age 36, a farmer, property $5000-1000
1880 Census1880La Grange Twp, Walworth Co., WI, USA
1900 Census1900La Grange, Walworth Co., WI, USA, age 66, none; two servants
1910 Census1910La Grange, Walworth Co., WI, USA, age 39, farmer
DeathFeb 11, 1918La Grange, Walworth Co., WI, USA, age 85
BurialFeb, 1918Round Prairie Cemetery, La Grange, Walworth Co., WI, USA

Family

Elizabeth Hudson Wishart b. c Feb 1835, d. 8 Mar 1923
Marriage*Horace Houghton married Elizabeth Hudson Wishart on Jun 17, 1858 at La Grange, Walworth Co., WI, USA
Children

Capt. Chester William Houghton

M, #11952, b. 11 November 1835, d. 19 November 1865
Father*William Houghton b. 5 Apr 1802, d. 15 Dec 1889
Mother*Orilla Elmira Cornish b. 23 Apr 1809, d. 15 Sep 1853

Biography

BirthNov 11, 1835Bakersfield, Franklin Co., VT, USA, age 14 in 1850 census; age 24 in 1860 census
Mil. EnlsAug 14, 1862Houghton, MI, USA, in the Union Army, Comp. C, 27th MI Infantry, 2nd and 1st Lieut., age 20; Army Register: "Vt. Mich. 1 lt 27 Mich inf 10 Oct 1862; capt 20 Apr 1864; hon dischd 3 Oct 1864; capt c s vols 15 Feb 1865; bvt maj vols 9 Sept 1865 for fai and mer ser; hon must out 9 Oct 1865"; Army Register: 1st Lt., 27th Reg., Col. C. Waite, MI Inf;

Record of Service of Michigan Volunteers in the Civil War, p. 65, Vol. 27:
"Houghton, Chester W. Houghton Entered Service in Company C, Twenty-seventy Infantry, at organization, as Second Lieutenant, Aug. 14, 1862, at Houghton [Michigan] for 3 years, age 20. Mustered Oct. 10, 1862. Commissioned First Lieutenant Oct. 10, 1862. Aide-de-Camp on Staff of Colonel Pierce, Commanding Second Brigade, Second Division, Ninth Army Corps, January 1864. Commissioned Captain, Apr. 20, 1864. Discharged for disability, Oct. 3, 1864, on account of wounds received in action at Spotsylvania, Va., May 12, 1864. Captain and Commissary of Substance of Volunteers, Feb. 15, 1865. Discharged Oct. 9, 1865."

WDH: On October 10, 1862, Chester Houghton, age 26, was officially mustered into Company C, 27th Regiment Michi-gan Infantry as a 2nd Lieutenant, in Port Huron, Michigan. He was promoted to a 1st Lt. on December 22, 1862....
Capt. William B. Wright, 1st Lt. Frederick Myers, and 2nd Lt. Chester W. Houghton were the officers in charge of the 152 listed men in the 27 Michigan Infantry, Company C. On April 12, 1863, the regiment proceeded from its rendezvous at Ypsilanti, to Kentucky via Cincinnati, Ohio. The Regiment was stationed at various places in Kentucky, and had one of its first skirmishes with the Confederates at Jamestown on June 2, 1863. They were then assigned to the 3rd. Brigade of the 9th Corp, and then sent to Mississippi to reinforce General Grant‘s Siege of Vicksburg until July 4, 1863...Company Muster Rolls state that for January and February 1864, Chester Houghton was for a time: ?Detailed Acting Aid De Camp Jan. 22, 1864, on the Staff of Colonel E.W. Peirce, Comdg. 2nd Brigade, 1st Division, 9th Army Corps.? On April 20, 1864, Chester Houghton was promoted to a Captain. By the spring of 1864, the 27th Regiment was rested and at full strength of 864 men when it crossed the Rapidan River and took part in the one of the deadliest battle during the Civil War—the Battle of the Wilderness...The Battle of Spotsylvania would be the last battle that Captain Chester Houghton would fight in, as he would become a casualty and nearly lose his life...Captain Chester Houghton, of the 27th Michigan, would be temporarily appointed a Brevet Major when the commander of his unit, Major Samuel Moody, was wounded during the Battle of the Wilderness...have his left arm amputated by surgeons at the same field hospital to save his own life...The military records state that on May 12, 1864, while fighting with his men at the Battle of Spotsylvania, Chester Houghton was severely wounded when a musket ball hit is left arm and shattered it...The surgeon at the field hospital gave Chester the Confederate bullet that they removed from his arm, and he re-tained possession of it and would latter give it to his father, William Houghton, after the war. The descendants of his family still have the Confederate minié ball that cost Chester his left arm and nearly his life...Four days later, on May 16th, 1864, field surgeons in Burnside‘s 9th Corps field hospital amputated Chester‘s left arm at the shoulder joint...Chester, still gravely injured, was then taken to Frede-ricksburg, Virginia, then to nearby Belle Plain. From this port, he was transported and admitted to Armory Square General Hospital in Washington, DC, on May 26th, 1864...Chester Houghton's health did not improve enough that he would be fit for combat duty again, so he was dis-charged for disability on October 3, 1864. Subsequently, he returned to Washington, DC, where he was promoted to Captain and Com. of Subs. US Vol's? on February 15, 1865. The Commissary was in charge of all food or sub-stance supplies at a military post. Such essential food items as pork, salt, candles, coffee, and hard-tack would all be shipped to the troops through the Commissary.
The 27th Michigan's last Company Muster Roll for Chester Houghton is dated July 26, 1865. It states that Chester, age 30, appeared at the Delany House, Washington, DC, and was mustered out on that date, although the official mustered out and honorably discharged date is October 9, 1865. The document further states that he was discharged from S.O. No. 330 by the War Department.
MarriageWashington, DC, USA
DeathNov 19, 1865Derby, Orleans Co., VT, USA, age 30 y, 16 d; of thyphoid fever; Memoirs of nephew Orley C. Houghton, gives Stamstead, Canada
BurialDerby, Orleans Co., VT, USA, 30-16 CSUS

Family

Elisa W. Foster b. c 1840, d. 21 Sep 1865
Marriage*Capt. Chester William Houghton married Elisa W. Foster at Washington, DC, USA

Lucy E. Houghton

F, #11953, b. 12 October 1839
Father*William Houghton b. 5 Apr 1802, d. 15 Dec 1889
Mother*Orilla Elmira Cornish b. 23 Apr 1809, d. 15 Sep 1853

Biography

BirthOct 12, 1839Walworth Co., WI, USA, age 10, VT, in 1850 census; age 20, VT, in 1860 census; Parks: Walworth Co., WI
Marriage

Family

Capt. James Kenyon
Marriage*Lucy E. Houghton married Capt. James Kenyon

(?) Houghton

M, #11954, b. 16 June 1843, d. 16 June 1843
Father*William Houghton b. 5 Apr 1802, d. 15 Dec 1889
Mother*Orilla Elmira Cornish b. 23 Apr 1809, d. 15 Sep 1853

Biography

BirthJun 16, 1843La Grange, Walworth Co., WI, USA
DeathJun 16, 1843as an infant

Elizabeth Hudson Wishart

F, #11955, b. circa February 1835, d. 8 March 1923

Biography

Birthcirca Feb, 1835NY, USA, age 25 in 1860 census; age 35 in 1870 census; age 45 in 1880 census; age 55 in 1900 census; age 74 in 1910 census; age 85 in 1920 census
MarriageJun 17, 1858La Grange, Walworth Co., WI, USA
1880 Census1880La Grange Twp, Walworth Co., WI, USA
1900 Census1900La Grange, Walworth Co., WI, USA, age 66, none; two servants
DeathMar 8, 1923La Grange, Walworth Co., WI, USA, age 88
BurialRound Prairie Cemetery, La Grange, Walworth Co., WI, USA

Family

Horace Houghton b. 11 Jan 1833, d. 11 Feb 1918
Marriage*Elizabeth Hudson Wishart married Horace Houghton, son of William Houghton and Orilla Elmira Cornish, on Jun 17, 1858 at La Grange, Walworth Co., WI, USA
Children

Flora Aurilla Houghton

F, #11956, b. 27 June 1859, d. 14 January 1920
Father*Horace Houghton b. 11 Jan 1833, d. 11 Feb 1918
Mother*Elizabeth Hudson Wishart b. c Feb 1835, d. 8 Mar 1923

Biography

BirthJun 27, 1859WI, USA, age 1 in 1860 census; age 10 in 1870 census; Jun 1859, age 40 in 1900 census; age 49 in 1910 census; age 60 in 1920 census
DeathJan 14, 1920WI, USA, unmarried

Harley Jewell Houghton

M, #11957, b. 22 November 1862, d. 15 January 1886
Father*Horace Houghton b. 11 Jan 1833, d. 11 Feb 1918
Mother*Elizabeth Hudson Wishart b. c Feb 1835, d. 8 Mar 1923

Biography

BirthNov 22, 1862WI, USA, (age 7 in 1870 census; age 17 in 1880 census)
MarriageSep 15, 1885
DeathJan 15, 1886

Family

Nettie Elizabeth Taylor b. 1865, d. 1924
Marriage*Harley Jewell Houghton married Nettie Elizabeth Taylor on Sep 15, 1885. 

Jessie Elmina Houghton

F, #11958, b. 21 March 1867
Father*Horace Houghton b. 11 Jan 1833, d. 11 Feb 1918
Mother*Elizabeth Hudson Wishart b. c Feb 1835, d. 8 Mar 1923

Biography

BirthMar 21, 1867WI, USA, (age 3 in 1870 census; age 13 in 1880 census)
Marriage
Author1935La Grange Pioneers of Walworth Co. WI was writtenby Aid Society; one of the authors was Jessie Houghton

Family

William D. Duffin
Marriage*Jessie Elmina Houghton married William D. Duffin
Children

Buell Burell Houghton

M, #11959, b. 6 August 1870, d. 24 October 1933
Father*Horace Houghton b. 11 Jan 1833, d. 11 Feb 1918
Mother*Elizabeth Hudson Wishart b. c Feb 1835, d. 8 Mar 1923

Biography

BirthAug 6, 1870WI, USA, age 9 in 1880 census; Aug 1870, age 29 in 1900 census; age 39 in 1910 census; age 49 in 1920 census; age 59 in 1930 census
1910 Census1910La Grange, Walworth Co., WI, USA, age 39, farmer
1920 Census1920La Grange, Walworth Co., WI, USA, age 49, farm operator
1930 Census1930La Grange, Walworth Co., WI, USA, age 59, single, farmer; and Emma Crandell, 60, widow
DeathOct 24, 1933La Grange, Walworth Co., WI, USA, at home, unmarried

Orley Clifton Houghton

M, #11960, b. 19 March 1877, d. 12 February 1965
Father*Horace Houghton b. 11 Jan 1833, d. 11 Feb 1918
Mother*Elizabeth Hudson Wishart b. c Feb 1835, d. 8 Mar 1923

Biography

BirthMar 19, 1877La Grange, Walworth Co., WI, USA, age 3 in 1880 census; age 42 in 1920 census; age 52 in 1930 census; age 63 in 1940 census
MarriageApr 15, 1914Chicago, Cook Co., IL, USA
1920 Census1920La Grange, Walworth Co., WI, USA, age 42, farm operator;
and father in law William Robertson, 62, Canada, mother in law Elizabeth Robertson 54, Scotland, and daughters Clara 30, Canada, and Davina, 24, IL
MarriageJun 29, 1929
1930 Census1930Racine, Racine Co., WI, USA, age 52, factory farm impliments inventive engineer; and mother in law Harriet Jane Chamberlain, 66, IL, NH, WI
1940 Census1940La Grange, Walworth Co., WI, USA, age 63, farmer
DeathFeb 12, 1965Lakeland Hospital, Elkhorn, WI, USA, age 87, of a stroke
BurialRound Prairie Cemetery, La Grange, Walworth Co., WI, USA, Orley was buried at Round Prairie Ceme-tery, in LaGrange, Wisconsin, next to his beloved wife, mother, and father.

Family 1

Marion Maude Robertson b. c 1885, d. 8 Mar 1928
Marriage*Orley Clifton Houghton married Marion Maude Robertson on Apr 15, 1914 at Chicago, Cook Co., IL, USA
Children

Family 2

Faith Chamberlain b. c 1889
Marriage*Orley Clifton Houghton married Faith Chamberlain on Jun 29, 1929. 
Child

Cecile Lucetta Houghton

F, #11961, b. 29 May 1881, d. January 1971
Father*Horace Houghton b. 11 Jan 1833, d. 11 Feb 1918
Mother*Elizabeth Hudson Wishart b. c Feb 1835, d. 8 Mar 1923

Biography

BirthMay 29, 1881La Grange, Walworth Co., WI, USA, age 19 in 1900 census; age 28 in 1910 census; age 38 in 1920 census
MarriageSep 22, 1921La Grange, Walworth Co., WI, USA, on Houghton farm
Author1961wrote a wonderful children‘s book, The Blacksmith's Daughter, "that is a fictional account of her mother and father‘s travel and early years on the Houghton Farm in Wisconsin. The short book is historical fiction and Cecile writes in her forward: ?It there is a bit of imagination here and there, we trust it serves only to emphasize certain characteristics which we recall in some very dear people.? The main character of the story is a young girl named Libby, who was, in reality, her mother, Elizabeth Wishart. Cecile writes of her family‘s stagecoach ride from Clinton to Buffalo, New York, a four-day boat trip on the Erie Canal, and the trip on the Great Lakes to Milwaukee. Then they loaded their few possessions into a wagon and headed west to their new home in LaGrange, Wisconsin. The main charter in the book, Libby, describes her first encounters with Black Hawk Indians, the dangers of wild wolves, a July 4th celebration held at Bark River, and finding a diamond. I highly recommend this charming book that details early pioneer life."
DeathJan, 1971
BurialRound Priaire Cemetery, Elkhorn, WI, USA

Family

Rev. Anton Stury b. 1894, d. 1992
Marriage*Cecile Lucetta Houghton married Rev. Anton Stury on Sep 22, 1921 at La Grange, Walworth Co., WI, USA, on Houghton farm. 

Nettie Elizabeth Taylor

F, #11962, b. 1865, d. 1924

Biography

Birth1865
MarriageSep 15, 1885
Marriage1897
Death1924

Family 1

Harley Jewell Houghton b. 22 Nov 1862, d. 15 Jan 1886
Marriage*Nettie Elizabeth Taylor married Harley Jewell Houghton, son of Horace Houghton and Elizabeth Hudson Wishart, on Sep 15, 1885. 

Family 2

William Phelps
Marriage*Nettie Elizabeth Taylor married William Phelps on 1897. 

Howard Bela Houghton

M, #11963, b. 29 November 1899, d. 10 January 1901
Father*Everett Lyman Houghton b. 31 Oct 1860, d. 16 Feb 1956
Mother*Stella Maria Graves b. 10 Apr 1864, d. 26 Dec 1939

Biography

BirthNov 29, 1899Walpole, Cheshire Co., NH, USA, Nov. 1899, age 1, in 1900 census
DeathJan 10, 1901JWH: 12 Jan 1902

Mary Abigail Houghton

F, #11964, b. 29 August 1897
Father*Frank Melvin Houghton b. 5 Dec 1862, d. 29 Sep 1920
Mother*Nellie Viola Kempton b. 19 Jan 1865, d. 23 Oct 1951

Biography

BirthAug 29, 1897Walpole, Cheshire Co., NH, USA, Aug. 1897, age 2, in 1900 census; age 12 in 1910 census; age 22 in 1920 census
MarriageDec 21, 1921

Family

Roy Chester Smith
Marriage*Mary Abigail Houghton married Roy Chester Smith on Dec 21, 1921. 
Children

Mary Marguerite Palmer

F, #11965, b. circa 1878

Biography

Birthcirca 1878Canada, age 32 in 1910 census; age 42 in 1920 census; age 62 in 1940 census
MarriageSep 10, 1905New York, New York Co., NY, USA, JWH: 1 Sep.
1910 Census1910Bridgeport, Fairfield Co., CT, USA, age 43, lumber mill cabinet maker
1920 Census1920Hartford, Hartford Co., CT, USA, age 52, lumber mill superintendent; and 3 nieces, Rose Aldrich, 20; Anita Aldrich, 18; and Clara Richardson, 25; all b. NH
1940 Census1940age 73, factory cabin maker

Family

Ernest Orrin Houghton b. 19 Oct 1866, d. 2 May 1947
Marriage*Mary Marguerite Palmer married Ernest Orrin Houghton, son of Henry Edmond Houghton and Abigail Matilda Derby, on Sep 10, 1905 at New York, New York Co., NY, USA, JWH: 1 Sep. 

Ethel Irene Houghton

F, #11966, b. 31 December 1892, d. 25 December 1912
Father*Ernest Orrin Houghton b. 19 Oct 1866, d. 2 May 1947
Mother*Addie Maria Lee b. 20 Mar 1869

Biography

BirthDec 31, 1892NH, USA, age 17 in 1910 census
DeathDec 25, 1912Newington, CT, USA
BurialWalpole, NH, USA

Edward Algion Houghton

M, #11967, b. 11 August 1897, d. 21 May 1960
Father*Algion Edward Houghton b. 10 Mar 1868, d. 25 Apr 1933
Mother*Jennie S. Selkirk b. 6 Dec 1874, d. 18 Jul 1944

Biography

BirthAug 11, 1897Walpole, Cheshire Co., NH, USA, Aug. 1898, age 2, in 1900 census; age 12 in 1910 census; age 22 in 1920 census; age 32 in 1930 census; age 42 in 1940 census
Milit-BegWWI veteran
MarriageOct 21, 1921Worcester, Worcester Co., MA, USA
1930 Census1930Worcester, Worcester Co., MA, USA, age 32, dairy product salesman
1940 Census1940Walpole, Cheshire Co., NH, USA, age 42, farmer, own farm
MarriageSep 26, 1953Walpole, Cheshire Co., NH, USA
DeathMay 21, 1960Walpole, NH, USA

Family 1

Edna Manning b. 19 Mar 1899, d. 15 Jan 1952
Marriage*Edward Algion Houghton married Edna Manning on Oct 21, 1921 at Worcester, Worcester Co., MA, USA
Children

Family 2

Vera Marguerite Converse b. 27 May 1897
Marriage*Edward Algion Houghton married Vera Marguerite Converse on Sep 26, 1953 at Walpole, Cheshire Co., NH, USA

Elizabeth Ella Houghton

F, #11968, b. 1 May 1899, d. 13 November 1901
Father*Algion Edward Houghton b. 10 Mar 1868, d. 25 Apr 1933
Mother*Jennie S. Selkirk b. 6 Dec 1874, d. 18 Jul 1944

Biography

BirthMay 1, 1899Walpole, Cheshire Co., NH, USA, May, 1899, age 1, in 1900 census; JWH: May 1, 1898
DeathNov 13, 1901Walpole, Cheshire Co., NH, USA

Warren Selkirk Houghton

M, #11969, b. 21 April 1901, d. 1 July 1938
Father*Algion Edward Houghton b. 10 Mar 1868, d. 25 Apr 1933
Mother*Jennie S. Selkirk b. 6 Dec 1874, d. 18 Jul 1944

Biography

BirthApr 21, 1901Walpole, NH, USA, age 9 in 1910 census; age 18 in 1920 census; age 29 in 1930 census; Walpole NH Hx: Walpole NH; Sspringfield VT VRs: Bellows Falls, VT
MarriageOct 10, 1928
1930 Census1930Walpole, NH, USA, age 29, farmer
DeathJul 1, 1938Rockingham Hospital, Rockingham, VT, USA, age 37-2-7, of carcinoma of colon; Walpole NH HX: Walpole NH

Family

Adah Bowhay b. 12 Jan 1904, d. 11 Feb 1983
Marriage*Warren Selkirk Houghton married Adah Bowhay on Oct 10, 1928. 
Children

Eunice Matilda Houghton

F, #11970, b. 12 August 1903, d. 20 September 1994
Father*Algion Edward Houghton b. 10 Mar 1868, d. 25 Apr 1933
Mother*Jennie S. Selkirk b. 6 Dec 1874, d. 18 Jul 1944

Biography

BirthAug 12, 1903Walpole, Cheshire Co., NH, USA, age 6 in 1910 census; age 16 in 1920 census
MarriageDec 23, 1928Walpole, NH, USA
DeathSep 20, 1994Turner, ME, USA

Family

Arthur Francis Pearl b. 21 Nov 1903, d. 31 Dec 1986
Marriage*Eunice Matilda Houghton married Arthur Francis Pearl on Dec 23, 1928 at Walpole, NH, USA
Children