Descendants of Dearborn

 

Generation No. 1

 

1.  NATHANIEL1 DEARBORN1 died Unknown.  He married MARY BATCHELDER1.  She died Unknown.

       

Child of NATHANIEL DEARBORN and MARY BATCHELDER is:

2.                i.    MERCY2 DEARBORN, b. 21 Aug 1732; d. 23 Oct 1791.

 

 

Generation No. 2

 

2.  MERCY2 DEARBORN (NATHANIEL1)1 was born 21 Aug 17321,2, and died 23 Oct 17913,4.  She married (1) JOHN QUIMBY5 27 Dec 17536.  He died Bef. 17587.  She married (2) ELDER BENJAMIN HUNTOON8 17 Jul 1758 in Kingston, Rockingham County, New Hampshire8,9, son of PHILIP HUNTOON and ANN EASTMAN.  He was born 04 Sep 1729 in Kingston, Rockingham County, New Hampshire10,11, and died 12 Dec 1825 in Salisbury, Merrimack County, New Hampshire12,13.

 

More About MERCY DEARBORN:

Burial: Unknown, Shaws Corners Cemetery, Salisbury, Merrimack County, New Hampshire14

 

Notes for ELDER BENJAMIN HUNTOON:

Chronology of Elder Benjamin Huntoon (from Allan F. Abrahamse):

["Petition of New Hampshire Train Soldiers", New England Historical and Genealogical Register (NEHGR),  (from Allan F. Abrahamse), 25(1871)261. Charles Hudson, Louisbourg Soldiers, New England Genealogical and Historical Register]

1745, in Louisbourg, , Canada: Cape Breton: Served in Capt. Edward Cole's company. He is listed as Benjamin Hunton.

[Ann Theopald Chaplin, Kingston First Church Records,  (New Hampshire Genealogical Records (from Allan F. Abrahamse)), 14(1997)122.

19 Jul 1752, in Kingston, Rockingham Co., New Hampshire: "Benjamin Hunton & Judith his Wife" are admitted to the Kingston First Church.

[John J. Dearborn, History of Salisbury New Hampshire (Manchester, N. H.; William E. Moore, 1890), 632.]

1772, in Salisbury, Merrimack Co., New Hampshire: In 1772 Benjamin bought of George Jaffrey, of Portsmouth, his one hundred acre lot [in Salisbury], No. 64, third range, on which he settled and died.

[Salisbury New Hampshire Town Records, 1749-1845, (FHL 15,305), pg. 286.]

5 Jun 1773, in Salisbury, Merrimack Co., New Hampshire: He is appointed to a committee.

[Salisbury New Hampshire Town Records, 1749-1845, (FHL 15,305), 291.]

11 Oct 1773, in Salisbury, Merrimack Co., New Hampshire: He is appointed to a committee for the ordination of Jonathan Searle, a new minister.
29 Jun 1775, in Salisbury, Merrimack Co., New Hampshire: He is chosen to moderate a town meeting.

[Albert Stillman Batchellor, Miscellaneous Revolutionary Documents of New Hampshire, Including the Association Test, the Pension Rolls, and Other Important Papers, Vol. 30, State Papers Series (Manchester, N.H.:Printed for The State by The John B. Clarke Co., 1910), 458.]

10 Sep 1776, in Salisbury, Merrimack Co., New Hampshire Revolutionary War record: The name of "Serjeant Benjamin Huntoon" from New Salisbury is listed on a roll of a company commanded by Captian Siman Marston.

[Albert Stillman Batchellor, Miscellaneous Revolutionary Documents of New Hampshire, Including the Association Test, the Pension Rolls, and Other Important Papers, Vol. 30, State Papers Series (Manchester, N.H.:Printed for The State by The John B. Clarke Co., 1910), 136.
And
Nathaniel Bouton, ed., Documents and Records Relating to the Province of New Hampshire from 1776 to 1783, Vol 8, (Concord, N. H.: Edward A. Jenks, State Printer, 1874), 458.]

12 Sep 1776, in Salisbury, Merrimack Co., New Hampshire: Signed Association Test.

[Daughters of the American Revolution Patriot Index, 2:1547.]

1775-1781, Revolutionary War record: He was a soldier in the Revolutionary War.

[Salisbury New Hampshire Town Records, 1749-1845, (FHL 15,305), 184.]

9 Oct 1781, in Salisbury, Merrimack Co., New Hampshire: He pays the town some money.

[Salisbury New Hampshire Town Records, 1749-1845, (FHL 15,305), 185.]

25 Jun 1783, in Salisbury, Merrimack Co., New Hampshire: Elder Benja Huntoon chosen moderator.

[Salisbury New Hampshire Town Records, 1749-1845, (FHL 15,305), 194.]

24 Dec 1787, in Salisbury, Merrimack Co., New Hampshire: He signs a receipt.

[U.S. Federal Census, New Hampshire, 1790 (printed version), 54. He moved to Salisbury around 1772, and lived there for the rest of his life.]

1790 census in Salisbury, Merrimack Co., New Hampshire: Benja: 40-3.

[U.S. Federal Census, 1800, roll 20, page 459.]

1800, in Salisbury, Merrimack Co., New Hampshire: He was not listed in the census, but it appears that he and his wife were living in the household of his son Samuel.

[U.S. Federal Census, 1810.]

1810, in Salisbury, Merrimack Co., New Hampshire: Apparently still living in the household of his son Samuel.

Burial: Unknown, Shaws Corners Cemetery, Salisbury, Merrimack County, New Hampshire14,15

       

Children of MERCY DEARBORN and BENJAMIN HUNTOON are:

                   i.    NATHANIEL3 HUNTOON, b. 16 Jun 1759, Kingston, Rockingham County, New Hampshire; d. 19 Oct 1784.

                  ii.    MARY HUNTOON, b. 15 Dec 1761, Kingston, Rockingham County, New Hampshire; d. 29 Mar 1850.

                 iii.    HANNAH HUNTOON, b. 13 Nov 1763, Kingston, Rockingham County, New Hampshire; d. 07 Mar 1858.

                 iv.    BENJAMIN HUNTOON, JR., b. 06 Apr 1765, Kingston, Rockingham County, New Hampshire; d. 26 Jan 1855, Salisbury, Merrimack County, New Hampshire.

                  v.    ANNA HUNTOON, b. 13 Aug 1766, Kingston, Rockingham County, New Hampshire; d. 16 Dec 1838, Sanbornton, Belknap County, New Hampshire.

                 vi.    SAMUEL HUNTOON, b. 10 May 1768, Kingston, Rockingham County, New Hampshire; d. 13 Dec 1835.

                vii.    REBECCA HUNTOON, b. 28 Nov 1770, Kingston, Rockingham County, New Hampshire; d. 28 May 1836, Stanstead, Quebec Province, Canada.

               viii.    ELIZABETH HUNTOON, b. 03 May 1771, Kingston, Rockingham County, New Hampshire; d. 09 Aug 1853, Andover, Merrimack County, New Hampshire.

                  ix.    JOHN HUNTOON, b. 15 Jul 1773, Kingston, Rockingham County, New Hampshire; d. 26 Oct 1818, Andover, Henry County, Illinois.

                   x.    MERCY HUNTOON, b. 18 Apr 1775, Salisbury, Merrimack County, New Hampshire; d. May 1833.


Endnotes

 

1.  Allan F. Abrahamse, Eight Generations of Descendants of Philip Huntoon, Long Beach Calif: to appear, 2004; preliminary draft September 2003.

2.  Daniel T. V. Huntoon, Philip Hunton and his Descendants,  (Cambridge: University Press, 1881 [from Allan F. Abrahamse]), pg. 24.

3.  Allan F. Abrahamse, Eight Generations of Descendants of Philip Huntoon, Long Beach Calif: to appear, 2004; preliminary draft September 2003.

4.  Priscilla Hammond, Gravestone inscriptions from all cemeteries within the township of Salisbury, New Hampshire, 1784-1933,  (Concord, New Hampshire: 1933. Typescript in the New Hampshire Historical Society, Concord, N.H. (FHL Film 15,575, Item 11) (from Allan F. Abrahamse)), pg. 44, Shaw's Corner Cemetery (Near the Salisbury-Franklin town line), "ae 59 yrs".

5.  Allan F. Abrahamse, Eight Generations of Descendants of Philip Huntoon, Long Beach Calif: to appear, 2004; preliminary draft September 2003.

6.  New Hampshire, Registrar of Vital Statistcs, Index to births, early to 1900,  (Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1974, 98 microfilm reels (from Allan F. Abrahamse)).

7.  Allan F. Abrahamse, Eight Generations of Descendants of Philip Huntoon, Long Beach Calif: to appear, 2004; preliminary draft September 2003, Estimate based on Mercy's date of her 2nd marriage to Benjamin Huntoon.

8.  Allan F. Abrahamse, Eight Generations of Descendants of Philip Huntoon, Long Beach Calif: to appear, 2004; preliminary draft September 2003.

9.  Kingston New Hampshire Town Records, 1718-1812,  (FHL Film 15,192 (from Allan F. Abrahamse)), pg. 459, Says Benjamin Huntoon married Marcy Quimby.

10.  Allan F. Abrahamse, Eight Generations of Descendants of Philip Huntoon, Long Beach Calif: to appear, 2004; preliminary draft September 2003.

11.  Kingston New Hampshire Town Records, 1681-1797,  (FHL Film 15,191 (from Allan F. Abrahamse)), 1:615, "Benjamin honton thir son was born September the 12th, 1729."

12.  Allan F. Abrahamse, Eight Generations of Descendants of Philip Huntoon, Long Beach Calif: to appear, 2004; preliminary draft September 2003.

13.  Kathleen E. Hosier, Kingston New Hampshire: Early Families, Patriots and Soldiers,  (Bowie, Maryland: Heritage Books, 1993 (from Allan F. Abrahamse)), pg. 312.

14.  Allan F. Abrahamse, Eight Generations of Descendants of Philip Huntoon, Long Beach Calif: to appear, 2004; preliminary draft September 2003.

15.  Herbert L. Girtman, Jr., moderator, Franklin, New Hampshire UsGenWeb page, Shaw's Corner Cemetery, Franklin, NH, Internet database on <www.rootsweb.com> last updated 19 Nov 2002 (from Allan F. Abrahamse), "This is a very old cemetery which was originally in Salisbury, until Franklin became a town in 1828." "In memory of Elder Benjamin Huntoon, who died December 6, 1815, in his 87th year."

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