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Thomas Wainwright of Portsmouth, Rockingham County New Hampshire and Some of his Descendants

Last Updated 04 July, 2009

Generation No. 1

      @1.  Thomas1 Wainwright died 1768 in Portsmouth, Rockingham County New Hampshire.  He married Elizabeth ---.  She died Unknown.

Notes for Thomas Wainwright:

Information on this Thomas and his family is very limited, and most of that is inferred from records other than Vital Records.  There is no direct evidence that he is related to our family except through circumstantial evidence.

One possible explanation as to the origin of Thomas Wainwright comes from his place of residence. New Castle New Hampshire located at the southern approaches to Portsmouth Harbor, was the site of a significant British fortress called Fort William and Mary.  Since immigration from England was not common at this time except through the military, it is possible that Thomas was a soldier who served in this fort. 

Thomas Wainwright was named in a default warrant issued on 1 December 1764 by the New Hampshire Provincial Court, the result of a petition filed by Elizabeth White for non-payment of a lodging bill for Thomas' wife:

"... Elizabeth White of New Castle a ___ and widow in an action upon the case of Thomas Wainwright the defendant on the 29th day of November 1764 at Portsmouth a ---- and owing the plaintiff the sum of One Hundred and Seventy Six Pounds Five shillings and Six Pence of tenor for Board --- and ----- of Elizabeth the defendant's wife according to the annured account and to ballance the ---- he the defendant then & there in consideration thereof promised the plaintiff to pay him that sum on demand ---the defendant hath not altho requested paid  the said sum or any part thereof but refused as --- ---.

"To the damage of the said Elizabeth the sum of fifty Pounds, which shall then and there be made to appear, with other due damages; and have you there this Writ with your Doings, Witness Daniel Warner, Esq; at Portsmouth, the first day of December in the fifth year of our Reign Annoq ue Domini, 1764."

The records of the court have preserved the bill1.

It is difficult to figure out what exactly happened here.  It may be that Thomas's wife Elizabeth agreed to work for the room and board, but fell ill for what looks like 32 days. In any case, the warrant was never served, and there is no further record of action in the Provincial Court records.

Ebenezer Pool writes that Thomas Wainwright came from Virginia.  If so, it may have been this Thomas who first came to New England from that province.

Thomas Wainwright's name appears in the Poll Tax Lists for New Hampshire Province in Portsmouth, (South End) for the years 1765-1768. In each of the years 1765-1767, it indicates that he paid 8 Pounds, 5 Shillings. In 1768, he is listed as dead, and no tax was paid.

In the absence of direct evidence, I am forced to speculate on the circumstances of this family.  I have been unable to determine where Thomas came from or when he immigrated.  There is no evidence of Thomas Wainwright or his family anywhere in New England before 1761, suggesting they arrived there only shortly before this date.  It appears that they lived in the south section of Portsmouth, Rockingham County New Hampshire, adjacent to the town of New Castle.  Given the circumstances recounted in the warrant, it is likely that both Thomas and his wife Elizabeth were in failing health, and both were probably dead by 1768.

Notes for Elizabeth ---:

The only reference to Elizabeth as the wife of Thomas is from a default warrant issued against Thomas for nonpayment of his wife's board.

Children of Thomas Wainwright and Elizabeth --- are:

 

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Hannah2 Wainwright, died Aft. 1790 in Pittsfield New Hampshire?.

Notes for Hannah Wainwright:

The Rowley Selectmen's records for 1761 contain a warrant issued to the county sheriff that Hannah Wainwright, "Spincer, transient person of the state of New Hampshire" is warned out of the town of Rowley. The word "spincor" or spinster was generally used in colonial times to refer to unmarried women who were past the normal marrying age of about twenty five. 

Hannah lived in New Hampshire after this, for she is listed in another warrant issued by the Selectmen of the town of Gloucester in August 1790 as being from Portsmouth, Rockingham County New Hampshire.  This is the same warrant in which Thomas and Lydia Wainwright "from Rowley" are listed2.

Hannah almost certainly was a member of the family of Thomas Wainwright, though there is no direct evidence of this in the public records. It is unclear exactly how she was related.  Most likely she was the daughter of the elder Thomas Wainwright.  It is also possible that she may have been the sister of the elder Thomas Wainwright.

There is a Hannah Wainwright listed as a pauper residing in Pittsfield New Hampshire in 1790. 

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--- Wainwright, died Bef. 1771.

 

Generation No. 2 

      @3.  ---2 Wainwright (Thomas1) died Bef. 1771.  He married Mary ---3.  She died Unknown.

Notes for Mary ---:

Mary Wainwright is listed as Thomas' mother in the church record of Thomas' baptism. Later in the same record, her marriage to Thomas Thomas is recorded.

Although there is no other mention of her in public records, she is definitely the mother of Thomas Wainwright.  In this sense, she can be considered the earliest provable Wainwright ancestor.

There is circumstantial evidence that, after her marriage to Thomas Thomas, she settled in Gloucester with her husband.  The US Census for 1790 lists a Thomas Thomas living in Gloucester with a female over 164. One can imagine that Mary and Thomas moved to Gloucester after their marriage and that their son Thomas joined them in 1790.  I don't know if they lived in Rowley at any time, but there are no references in the Rowley records to anyone by the name of Thomas Thomas.

Child of --- Wainwright and Mary --- is:

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Thomas3 Wainwright, baptised 09 November 1766 at Queen's Chapel, Portsmouth, Rockingham County New Hampshire; died Aft. September 1811; Stepchild.

 

Generation No. 3 

      @4.  Thomas3 Wainwright (---2, Thomas1) was baptised 09 November 1766 at Queen's Chapel, Portsmouth, Rockingham County New Hampshire5, and died Aft. September 18116.  He married Lydia Lurvey 25 April 1790 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts7, daughter of David Lurvey and Lydia Holland.  She was born Bet. 1768 - December 1770 in New Gloucester, Cumberland County Maine8, and died November 1825 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts9.

Notes for Thomas Wainwright:

On 9 November 1766,  the Parish Records of the Queen's Chapel in Portsmouth, Rockingham County New Hampshire record  an unnamed male child was baptised of Mary Wainwright.  Later, the record was amended to name the child Thomas. There is no father named in the record.

In March of 1780, Thomas Wainwright enlisted in the 4th Massachusetts Regiment under Col. Abner Dawes after that town offered a bounty to anyone who enlisted and served in the Army from Rowley for at least 3 years or until the end of the war. The Continental Congress assessed an annual quota on each town for recruits.  Like many towns in Essex County in 1780, Rowley had neither the young men to satisfy the quota, nor the money to pay them. In desperation, towns offered incentives, in the form of promissory notes, to anyone who would enlist and satisfy the quota. The promissory notes were due on the cessation of hostilities and payable in much inflated Continental Currency. Thomas's bounty, amounting to $163.00, was paid by the town in 3 installments on 2nd of March, the 24th of March, and the 14th of April, 1781 after his discharge.  It is unclear why he did not serve the full three year period, but the payments indicate that he fulfilled his obligation to the town.

The next mention of Thomas is from the Gloucester Vital Records, where his marriage intention to Lydia Lurvey is recorded on 25 April, 1790.

In August 1790, the Gloucester Selectmen issued a warrant to the county sheriff to warn a large number of nonresidents to leave the boundaries of the town.  Among the group was "Thomas Wainwright, his wife and family, of Rowley".  Also mentioned in the warrant was Hannah Wainwright of Portsmouth NH, Thomas's aunt, still visiting following the wedding, and Benjamin Marshall of Cambridge, who in 1815 would become Lydia's second husband.

The practice of warning people out of New England towns had its basis in old English Common Law, which held that the welfare of indigent inhabitants of a town was the responsibility of its residents.  A law was passed formalizing the practice in the Massachusetts Bay colony in 1692 making it a town's responsibility to care for any indigent person who resided within the borders of the town for three months.  In response, towns ordered their inhabitants to report any visitor to the authorities and they were consequently ordered to leave the town. Violators were arrested as vagabonds if they did not heed the warning, and were escorted to the boundary of the town by the constable or county sheriff.  Landlords were required to post a bond of indemnity to insure that their tenants did not become destitute.  As vigorously as these laws were enforced, they failed to keep a great number of people from settling on unoccupied land on the fringes of town. By the late 18th century, most people named in the warrants simply applied for and received permission to settle in the town from which they were warned. Many of these became leading citizens of their communities.  Until the law was revoked in 1793, though, those who were warned out were not eligible for town support if they became ill or lame11.

Thomas and Lydia did not leave Gloucester after being warned out, for in the Poll Tax list of 1792  Thomas Wainwright is listed as owning "1/4 dwelling house" in the town, a fact that is not borne out by the Essex County real estate records. 

The US Census of 1790 lists Thomas Wainwright living in Gloucester, aged "over 16", with one female "over 16" (Lydia).

The US Census of 1800 shows Thomas between 26 and 45 years along with one female between 16 and 26 (Lydia), 3 males under 10 years (including Thomas Jr. and George), and 1 female under 10 years  (Nancy) 10

The 1810 US Census lists Thomas as over 45, living with 3 males under 10 (one of which is George), 1 male aged 10 to 16 years (Thomas Jr.), 3 females under 10 years (Lydia, and two unidentified females), 1 female aged 18 to 26 years (Nancy), and 1 female over 45 (Lydia).

Based on the ages indicated in the above mentioned census, Thomas was born between 1755 and 1765.

The US Census of 1820 does not include Thomas Wainwright.

The will of Major John Rowe, dated 3 August, 1801, includes a promissory note signed by Thomas on 22 April, 1801 in the amount of $7.14.  Since there is no further mention of this note in the Essex County Probate records, we could presume that the debt was satisfied.

Ebenezer Pool, in his papers mentions Thomas Wainwright several times, indicating at least a passing acquaintance.  He wrote that Thomas Wainwright was a tailor from Virginia. In a later entry, he wrote that Thomas Wainwright was "on board a Ship of War in 1799" (V4, p364).  This is undoubtedly a reference to the "French Disturbance" referred to later by Pool.   In V3, p161 he elaborates:  

"In 1799 or about that time, 60 men and boys shipped on board of the Herald, the Essex, the Portsmouth, and Constitution and other warlike ships about this size to cruise and capture French vessels in the West Indies, in the French Disturbance, so called."    

Thomas was not named in the crew lists of the USS Constitution or  the USS Essex, and I have not found his name in the records of the USS Herald.  I have been unable to locate records for the USS Portsmouth.  I have found the logs for the USS Merrimack but have not yet checked these out.  Babson indicates that the majority of Gloucestermen who signed up for sea duty did so on the USS Herald, an armed merchantman of about 330 tons, armed with 10 guns and about thirty men.  This ship made at least three cruises between 1799 and 1802.  The crew list of the first and third cruises have not survived, and the log of the second cruise, in 1800, does not mention Thomas as a crew member.  If he did sign on to the Herald, Thomas most likely sailed on its first cruise to the West Indies and Havana during the summer of 1799.

Thomas died sometime between September 1811, when his daughter Lucy would have been conceived, and 6 April, 1815, when Lydia remarried. Pool says Thomas was alive on Flag Day (17 June) 1811 but died soon afterward, in 1811 or 1812.  He may have joined a privateering venture as the War with Britain commenced.  There is no record of his capture by the British, French or Spanish.

Thomas' children seemed to have no better idea of their father's background.  His son George's death record indicates the place of birth for Thomas is unknown.  His daughter Lydia's death record indicates her father was born in England.  In the return for the 1880 US Census, son George indicates that his father was born in New Hampshire while daughter Lydia indicates her father was born in Maine.

Thomas emerges as a man who was independent spirited and not very open about his past.  His life included significant periods of time when he was not living with his family.  He appears to have served twice in a military capacity, and may have been serving in some capacity at the time of his death. 

More About Lydia Lurvey:

Children of Thomas Wainwright and Lydia Lurvey are:

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Nancy4 Wainwright, born Abt. 1792 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts; died Unknown.

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Thomas Wainwright, born Abt. 1794 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts; died 20 November 1844 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts.

 

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Daniel Wainwright, born Bef. October 1798 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts14; died Unknown.

Notes for Daniel Wainwright:

The only record we have of Daniel is the recollection of Ebenezer Pool.  No birth, marriage or death record exists.

 

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Female Wainwright15, born Bef. October 1798 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts; died Unknown.

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George Wainwright, born June 1799 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts; died 26 February 1882 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts.

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Lydia Wainwright, born 04 July 1800 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts; died 19 May 1881 in Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts.

 

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James Wainwright, born Aft. 01 January 1801 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts16; died Unknown.

Notes for James Wainwright:

The only record we have of James is the recollection of Ebenezer Pool.  No birth, marriage or death record exists.

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Lucy Wainwright, born 16 May 1812 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts; died 02 July 1848 in Manchester, Essex County Massachusetts.

 

Generation No. 4 

      5.  Nancy4 Wainwright (Thomas3, ---2, Thomas1) was born Abt. 1792 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts17, and died Unknown.  She married Daniel Dunnaway 25 January 1810 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts18, son of Daniel Dunneywun and Lydia Brown.  He was born 31 August 1788 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts19, and died Unknown.

Notes for Nancy Wainwright:

The original record book at the Gloucester City Hall indicates that this family moved away.

The US Census for 1800 lists Nancy under 10.  The 1810 census shows her 16-26.

The Columbian Centennial for 1/6/1816 shows her marriage to Benjamin Marshall.  In actuality, Benjamin married Lydia, Nancy's mother.

More About Daniel Dunnaway:

Child of Nancy Wainwright and Daniel Dunnaway:

 

      6.  Thomas4 Wainwright (Thomas3, ---2, Thomas1)21 was born Abt. 1794 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts22, and died of apoplexy 20 November 1844 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts23.  He married Harriett Hale October 1814 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts24, daughter of Benjamin Hale and Lucy Tarr.  She was born July 1795 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts25, and died 04 November 1856 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts26.

Notes for Thomas Wainwright:

Thomas  was  called  out  as  a  member of the local militia  on  8  Sep 1814  when  the British frigate  "Nymph"  attacked  the village of Sandy Bay.  Babson had this to say about the encounter27:

"The people of that place had, in the spring and summer of this year, erected at their own expense a fort on the point of Bearskin Neck, and procured for it three carriage-guns, which were placed in charge of a corporal, with a detachment from one of the companies at the Harbor.  On the 8th of September, the British frigate 'Nymph' took one of the fishing-boats belonging to the place; and her skipper (Capt. David Elwell) was compelled to act as pilot for two barges, full of men, which the captain of the frigate determined to send in to get possession of the fort.  These barges started from the frigate about midnight and , hidden from sight by dense fog, were rowed with muffled oars toward the Neck; and, having reached it, one of the barges proceeded into Long Cove, and landed her men at what is called 'the Eastern Gutter.'  The enemy marched to the fort; took the sentinel by surprise; made prisoners of the soldiers, fourteen in number; and spiked the guns, which they threw out of the fort.  The other barge went into the old dock on the western side of the Neck; where her men soon encountered some of the people of the village, who had been aroused by an alarm given by a sentinel stationed on the Neck, not far from the houses.  It was now daybreak, and a clear morning.  Several musket-balls were fired at this barge by three of the Cape men, who got in return cannon and grape-shot but received no injury from them.  To silence the alarm-bell, which was now ringing, several shots were fired at the belfry of the Meetinghouse, one of which struck one of the posts of the steeple.  But this attempt had a disastrous and nearly fatal termination for the enemy; for the firing of their large gun caused a butt to start in the bow of the barge, which soon began to fill with water, and finally sunk just as the men got her in near the rocks back of the pier.  The officer in command, and a few of his men, ran across the Neck; and, seizing a boat, made their escape.  The rest, a dozen or more were made prisoners.  In the mean time, the men who took the fort had, with all their prisoners, or a part of them, got into their barge and were on their way back to the frigate."

Thomas applied for and received a Protection Certificate from the Gloucester Customs House on 10 September 1812.  These certificates were issued to American Seamen as proof of citizenship to discourage impressments.  His certificate indicates he was 18 years old, of light complexion, and was born in Gloucester28.

Thomas engaged in some real estate speculation shortly after his marriage to Harriett.  On 7 August 1816, along with William Smith, Thomas purchased a 3 acre parcel of land in Sandy Bay from Joshua Poole for the sum of $54.37.  In this deed, both are listed as mariners.  On 31 October 1818, Thomas purchased another lot of Sandy Bay land from Levi Sanborn, which he immediately sold at a handsome profit to William B. Haskins29.

Thomas was charged with defaulting on debts in 1830 and 1837.  His creditors were as follows:

Briggs

$  70.00

70-94

David Kimball

$  29.21

85-275 (1451)

Grand Bank

$535.00

85-277

George Dennison

$157.09

85-287 (1634)

Benjamin Hugh

$  59.15

85-287A 1635)

John Drown et al

$  55.19

85-289A (1675)

James Lane

$  64.50

 

In each case he failed to appear and defaulted the case.

More About Harriett Hale:

Children of Thomas Wainwright and Harriett Hale are:

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Harriett5 Wainwright, born 12 December 1816 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts; died 07 October 1849 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts.

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Sally Hale Wainwright, born Abt. 1819 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts; died 27 March 1841 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts.

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Elisibeth Wainwright, born Abt. 1823 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts; died Aft. 1880.

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Adelia Wainwright, born Abt. 1826 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts; died 1901 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts.

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Thomas Wainwright, born Abt. 1829 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts; died 23 July 1858 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts.

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Martha Letitia Wainwright, born 06 October 1830 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts; died 01 April 1908 in Everett, Middlesex County Massachusetts.

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Emma Wainwright, born Abt. 13 May 1837 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts; died 13 October 1861 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts.

 

     @9.  George4 Wainwright (Thomas3, ---2, Thomas1) was born June 1799 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts31, and died 26 February 1882 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts32.  He married Mary Rowe 07 November 1820 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts33, daughter of Daniel Rowe and Polly Knutsford.  She was born 07 August 1802 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts34, and died 15 February 1879 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts35 

Notes for George Wainwright:

George, second surviving son of Thomas, was born about June of 1799. There is no official record of his birth, owing to the incomplete record keeping typical of rural New England towns between the Wars with Great Britain. He is listed both in Town records, and in the US Census as being a Fisherman throughout his life. His lifelong residence, listed as 4 Hammond St, is now a vacant lot located just off East Main Street in East Gloucester opposite the fishing docks.

If George was a fisherman typical of his day, he certainly did not profit by his trade. Like most Gloucester fishermen, his fortunes would have been tied up between his boat and his debts to the local merchants, who operated like the company stores in mining towns. At best he may have owned a one-eighth share of the boat he worked. We can tell from the Census records that the house in which he and his family lived was shared with others, probably dory mates. Most likely he worked on a kind of fishing boat called a "Jigger". Built in Chebacco (now Essex), these boats were small, sturdy craft built by the fishermen themselves on a share system. They were double ended and rigged with two pole masts placed well forward to eliminate the need for a head sail. They were seldom over 30 feet long or over 20 tons. Being small and wide they were easily handled and often fished as far away as Labrador. A boat carried a crew of 8 or 10 fishermen who caught fish on a hand line.

George Wainwright, aged 20 obtained a Seaman's Protection Certificate on 26 November 1818 (Certificate 796).  He is listed as having light complexion37.

 The US Census records for 1830 show George living at East Gloucester, aged 30-40; 1 female between 20-30 (Mary); 1 male 20-30 (identity unknown); 1 male under 5 (George Jr); 2 females between 5-10 (Rhoda and Mary); and 1 female under 5 (Lydia).  In the 1840 Census we find George, in East Gloucester, aged 40-50; 1 female aged 40-50 (Mary); 1 male under 5 (George 2nd); and 1 female between 15-20 (probably Lydia); with "one person navigating of ocean". In 1850, the Census records George Wainwright, aged 50, along with Mary, aged 48; Lydia, aged 21; George, aged 15 and attending school; and William, 6, also attending school. Also living in the household were James Vaughn, aged 21, a fisherman from New Brunswick, and Richard Hews, aged 38, a fisherman from England36. The Census of 1860 lists George, aged 61, Mary, aged 57; Lydia, aged 29; and William, aged 16.  Living in the same house at this time were Alex Harrison, aged 46, a laborer from Norway; and _____ Goth, aged 27, from Nova Scotia. In 1870 the Census lists George, aged 71 (no occupation), Mary, aged 67; Lydia, aged 40 (no occupation), and William, aged 26, fisherman. The 1880 Census lists William, aged 36 as head of the household on Hammond Street with Louisa (Fowler), aged 27; George, aged 81, and Lydia, aged 42 (this was incorrectly taken, as she was 52 at the time). Beside Lydia's name is a small letter (i) which probably indicates she was an invalid at this time.

George Wainwright died on 26 February, 1882. George's estate, probated 1 May 1882, was valued at $170.00. Administrators listed were Mary Smith, Rhoda Harvey, Lydia Wainwright, and William Wainwright. George and Mary are buried together at the Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, East Gloucester (old section). The inscription on their tombstone, still clearly visible today, reads as follows:

                   George Wainwright

                   Died Feb 26 1882

                   Aged 82 Years 8 Months

                   Mary, his Wife

                   Died Feb 15 1879

                   Aged 75 Years 8 months

More About Mary Rowe:

Children of George Wainwright and Mary Rowe are:

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Mary5 Wainwright, born 22 June 1821 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts; died 1906 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts.

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Rhoda Wainwright, born 12 January 1824 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts; died 13 November 1894 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts.

 

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George Wainwright, born 09 March 1826 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts38; died 01 March 1834 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts39.

 

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Lydia Wainwright, born 19 December 1828 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts40; died of Bright’s Disease 01 January 1886 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts41.

Notes for Lydia Wainwright:

Lydia lived with her parents for her entire life.

 

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George Wainwright, born 25 June 1835 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts42; died February 1860 at sea43.

Notes for George Wainwright:

The year 1860 is known in local Gloucester history as one of the most disastrous in terms of ships lost at sea. The Cape Ann Advertiser for 24 Feb of that year carried the news that 5 of Gloucester's fleet of George's Bank Cod boats were missing after a gale struck the Bank. One of these, the William S Wonson, William L Lunt, master, sailed on 8 Feb with George aboard as a junior hand. This ship went down with all nine crew members without a trace.  George’s name is enshrined on the Gloucester Memorial Cenotaph.

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William Henry Wainwright, born 14 February 1844 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts; died 15 June 1900 in Danvers, Essex County Massachusetts.

 

      10.  Lydia4 Wainwright (Thomas3, ---2, Thomas1) was born 04 July 1800 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts44, and died 19 May 1881 in Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts45.  She married John Butterfield Ferrier 20 May 1824 in Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts46.  He was born 1794 in Marseilles France47, and died 17 July 1877 in Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts48 

Notes for Lydia Wainwright:

Lydia appears in the US Census of 1810, though she is not mentioned explicitly.

In the US Census of 1870. Lydia, aged 69 is living in Charlestown with John Ferrier, aged 72, Elizabeth, aged 28, and Aline aged 15. John indicates he is from France, Lydia indicates she is from Massachusetts.

In the US Census of 1880, Lydia aged 82 is living at 19 Bainbridge Street in Charlestown with son Charles T, aged 52, son-in-law Nathaniel Whitmore, aged 43, his wife Mary, also 43, and their daughter Sarah, aged 18.  Also living with them is Elizabeth, John's sister, aged 38 and Aroline Wheeler, niece of John, aged 14.  Liddy, as she is called, indicates she was born in Maine49.

At the time of her death in Boston, her address was 19 Bainbridge Street in Charlestown. Her death record indicates that her father Thomas was born in England.

The Boston City Directory of 1879 indicates that John died in 1877, and Lydia was living as a widow on Bainbridge Street.

In the death record of her son John Ferrier, Lydia's place of birth is listed as Boston.  Above the line "England" is written.

More About Lydia Wainwright:

Burial:  Woodlawn Cemetery, Everett, Middlesex County Massachusetts

Notes for John Butterfield Ferrier:

John first appears in the Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts City Directory in 1838, where he is listed as  living at 24 Hamilton. In 1841, he was listed as a Rigger, living in Spar Alley, Boston.  In 1851, he lived at 12 Belmont Street.  In 1859 he is living at 71 Meridian Street in East Boston.  Between 1868 and 1874, he lived at 19 Bainbridge Street Charlestown, occupation Rigger51.

John is listed in the US Census of 1860, aged 65, Rigger, living with wife Lydia, aged 58 and daughter Elizabeth, aged 1950.

The Census of 1870 shows John, aged 74, living in Charlestown with wife Lydia, aged 69 and children Elizabeth, aged 28 and grand daughter Aline, aged 5.  John indicates he was born in France.

The middle name Butterfield appears only on John's marriage record.  However, it is a common last name in the Charlestown Massachusetts census entries.

More About John Butterfield Ferrier:

Burial:  Woodlawn Cemetery, Everett, Middlesex County Massachusetts

Marriage Notes for Lydia Wainwright and John Ferrier:

Ebenezer Pool says that Lydia married in Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts. 

Children of Lydia Wainwright and John Ferrier are:

 

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Charles T5 Ferrier52, born 1828; died Aft. 1880.

Notes for Charles T Ferrier:

Charles is listed in the US Census for 1880.

Burial:  Woodlawn Cemetery, Everett, Middlesex County Massachusetts53

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John Ferrier, born 23 June 1830 in Chelsea, Suffolk County Massachusetts; died 11 September 1896 in Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts.

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William A Ferrier, born 10 December 1835 in Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts; died 21 October 1899 in Somerville, Middlesex County Massachusetts.

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Mary Ferrier, born 1837 in Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts; died 1928.

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Elizabeth Ferrier, born November 1841; died Aft. 1900.

 

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George N Ferrier, born 184254; died 04 August 1872 in Worcester, Worcester County Massaqchusetts55.

More About George N Ferrier:

Burial:  Woodlawn Cemetery, Everett, Middlesex County Massachusetts56

 

      12.  Lucy4 Wainwright (Thomas3, ---2, Thomas1) was born 16 May 1812 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts57, and died of Inflammation 02 July 1848 in Manchester, Essex County Massachusetts58.  She married (1) John Marks 29 September 1829 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts59.  He was born Abt. 1810 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, and died Bet. February 1844 - 19 December 1847.  She married (2) Barnet Sargent Knowlton 19 December 1847 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts60, son of Barnet Knowlton and Betsy Sargent.  He was born 27 February 1811 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts61, and died 29 October 1900 in Wenham, Essex County Massachusetts62.

Notes for Lucy Wainwright:

Lucy was said, in her death record, to be the daughter of Thomas and Lidia Winwright of Rockport.  Her age at death was 36 years, 1 month and 15 days.

Notes for Barnet Sargent Knowlton:

The 1850 US Census shows Barnet Knowlton living in Manchester, aged 38, farmer, living with wife Mary, aged 38 and child Samuel, 8.  Mary indicates she was born in Rhode Island64.

The 1860 Census shows Barnard S Knowlton, Teamster, aged 49 living in Salem with wife Mary, aged 48 and son Albert, aged 6.  Anne indicates she was born in Rhode Island.

The 1870 Census shows Barnard Knowlton, aged 64, teamster, living alone in Peabody.

The 1880 US Census shows Barnet S. Knowlton, aged 68 living in Wenham with his wife Mary B. Knowlton, aged 53.

More About Barnet Sargent Knowlton:

Baptism: 23 June 1811, Gloucester, Massachusetts63

Children of Lucy Wainwright and John Marks are:

 

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John5 Marks, born 20 November 1831 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts65; died Unknown.

 

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Lucy Wainwright Marks, born 10 December 1833 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts65; died 04 August 1856 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts66.  She married Charles Blatchford 31 July 1856 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts67; born Abt. 1836 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts; died Abt. 1905.

Notes for Lucy Wainwright Marks:

Lucy is called Martha Lucy Wainwright, daughter of John and Lucy in the record of her marriage to Charles Blatchford.  She died just 5 days after her marriage.

 

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Henry Marks, born 06 January 1836 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts68; died Unknown.

Notes for Henry Marks:

Henry appears in the 1850 Census, aged 14, living with sister Lydia, aged 10, living in the home of Lemuel Norwood, aged 38 and his wife Charlotte, aged 38.  Both are attending school69.

 

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Lydia Marks, born 26 March 1840 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts70; died Unknown.  She married James Davis 23 June 1859 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts71; born Abt. 1831 in Liverpool Nova Scotia Canada; died Unknown.

 

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Unnamed Marks, born 17 December 1844 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts72; died Unknown.

 

Generation No. 5 

      14.  Harriett5 Wainwright (Thomas4, Thomas3, ---2, Thomas1) was born 12 December 1816 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts77, and died of Anaemia 07 October 1849 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts78.  She married Murdoch McLaine 03 August 1836 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts79, son of Samuel McLaine.  He was born Abt. 1811 in of Nova Scotia80, and died 23 February 1854 at sea81.

Notes for Murdoch McLaine:

The 1850 Census shows Murdoch Mclaine, aged 35 living with in Rockport with his father, Samuel, aged 72, and Harriett, aged 10.  Also, Samuel Mc Jennet and Catherine--- from Scotland83.

Murdoch was lost at sea aboard the Gold Hunter, a Coaster that left Gloucester on 17 February bound for Virginia.  He was serving as the First Mate.

Children of Harriett Wainwright and Murdoch McLaine are:

 

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Harriett G.6 McLaine, born 13 July 1838 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts85; died Unknown.

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George Merrill McLaine, born 01 October 1841 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts; died Aft. 1880.

 

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Martha Hale McLaine, born 19 April 1844 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts86; died Unknown.

 

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Catherine McLaine, born 28 September 1847 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts86; died of Infantile Marasmus August 1848 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts87.

 

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Unnamed Son McLaine, born July 1849 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts88; died 17 September 1849 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts.

 

      15.  Sally Hale5 Wainwright (Thomas4, Thomas3, ---2, Thomas1) was born Abt. 1819 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts89, and died of Consumption 27 March 1841 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts89.  She married Henry Hunson 06 January 1840 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts90.  He was born Abt. 1813 in Guysborough County, Nova Scotia, and died Unknown. 

More About Sally Hale Wainwright:

Nickname: Sarah

Notes for Henry Hunson:

Henry remarried and lived his later years in Cambridge

The 1860 US Census lists Henry Hunson, aged 47, Fish Dealer, living with wife Lucinda, aged 42 and children Henry, aged 14, M E (female), aged 12, MM,(female) aged 6 and L G (male) aged 3  from New  Brunswick.  He indicates he was born in England.  Lucinda indicates she was born in New Hampshire91.

Child of Sally Wainwright and Henry Hunson is:

 

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Sarah M6 Huntson, born Abt. 1840 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts; died Unknown.  She married Andrew Lane Tarr 07 April 1858 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts92; born 04 May 1833 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts93; died Unknown.

 

      16.  Elisibeth5 Wainwright (Thomas4, Thomas3, ---2, Thomas1) was born Abt. 1823 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts94, and died Aft. 1880.  She married Isaac Stanwood 12 March 1844 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts94, son of Isaac Stanwood and Nancy Wonson.  He was born 08 February 1815 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts95,96, and died 31 October 1881 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts97.

Notes for Elisibeth Wainwright:

Elizabeth is listed in the 1880 US Census as living in Gloucester with husband Isaac, aged 5598.

Notes for Isaac Stanwood:

Isaac's age at his marriage to Elisibeth in 1844 is 33.

Isaac is listed in the 1850 Census, aged 36, fisherman, living with his wife Elizabeth, aged 27 and children Elisabeth D(elia), aged 5 and Isaac E, aged 1 He is living with his mother-in-law Harriett and her family99.

The US Census for 1860 lists Isaac, aged 42, fisherman living in Gloucester with wife Elizabeth, aged 35 and children Lizzie 14, Eddie, 11 and Eva 1.  Isaac indicates his net worth at $200.

Isaac was, on 25 November 1861, mustered into Company D of the 32nd Regiment, and was discharged for disability on 6 July 1863.  He filed a patent on 31 March 1874 for a process for obtaining Isinglass in liquid form.

The US Census for 1870 lists Isaac, aged 55, fisherman, living in Gloucester with wife Elisabeth, aged 46 and children Edward, 20, Sailmaker and Eva, 11. 

The US Census for 1880 lists Isaac as aged 65, a retired fisherman living in Gloucester.  This age is more consistent with the marriage of his parents.

Children of Elisibeth Wainwright and Isaac Stanwood are:

 

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Adelia6 Stanwood, born 03 April 1845 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts100; died Unknown.  She married Sidney Gardner 19 December 1866; died Unknown.

 

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Isaac Stanwood, born 13 April 1848 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts101; died 17 April 1848 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts101.

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Isaac Edward Stanwood, born 23 June 1849 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts; died 1909 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts.

 

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Eva May Stanwood, born 09 January 1859 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts102; died Unknown.  She married Frank W. Mernilew Bef. 1880; born Abt. 1857 in England; died Unknown.

Notes for Frank W. Mernilew:

Frank and his wife are listed in the 1880 US Census as living with Eva's parents in Gloucester103.

 

      17.  Adelia5 Wainwright (Thomas4, Thomas3, ---2, Thomas1) was born Abt. 1826 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts104, and died 1901 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts105.  She married (1) William Pool 13 May 1846 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts106, son of Abraham Pool and Rachel Tarr.  He was born 04 September 1823 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts107, and died 21 September 1857 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts108.  She married (2) George Lane 22 May 1872 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts109, son of George Lane and Sally Goss.  He was born 01 November 1804 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts110, and died 1875 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts111.

Notes for Adelia Wainwright:

The 1860 Census lists Adelia, aged 33 living in Rockport with children William J 13, Mary A 11 and Foster, 6112.

The 1870 Census lists Adelia Poole, aged 43 living in Rockport with children William J 22 (no occupation), Albert, 18 and Foster, 15. 

More About George Lane

Marriage Notes for Adelia Wainwright and George Lane:

This was George's third marriage, Adelia's second.

Children of Adelia Wainwright and William Pool are:

 

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William Josiah6 Pool, born 10 February 1847 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts113; died Unknown.

 

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Mary A. Pool, born July 1849 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts113; died Unknown.

 

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Adelia Pool, born Abt. 16 March 1851 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts114; died 21 August 1851 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts114.

 

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Albert Pool, born 31 July 1852 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts115; died Aft. 1870.  He married Laura J Rowe 29 June 1872 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts; born Abt. 1853 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts; died 19 February 1939.

 

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Foster Pool, born Abt. 1854 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts; died Unknown.

 

      18.  Thomas5 Wainwright (Thomas4, Thomas3, ---2, Thomas1) was born Abt. 1829 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts116, and died of Consumption 23 July 1858 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts117.  He married Abigail Dodge Brown 17 June 1851 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts118, daughter of Samuel Brown and Elizabeth Page.  She was born 13 September 1833 in Boothbay Harbor, Lincoln County Maine119, and died of Consumption 12 July 1861 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts120.

Notes for Thomas Wainwright:

Thomas, 26, is listed in the 1855 Mass State census, along with wife Abby, 22, son Charles T, 3, and Thomas, aged 6 months121.

Notes for Abigail Dodge Brown:

1860 census shows Abby as head of family consisting of Charles and Edgar.  Also in house lived Augusta Woodbury, aged 19, Mellina Allon, aged 29, and Catherine ___ aged 20, probably helping her in her illness (page 569).  She is listed a second time (page 602) as living with her children in the same house as her brother Samuel Brown.

Marriage Notes for Thomas Wainwright and Abigail Brown:

Married by Rev, George Lyle (Baptist)

Children of Thomas Wainwright and Abigail Brown are:

 

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Charles Thomas6 Wainwright, born 27 February 1852 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts122; died Aft. 1879 in Valparaiso, Chile.

Notes for Charles Thomas Wainwright:

Eben Blachford was named guardian of Charles after his mother's death on 3/4/1862.  According to the court record, Eben had been asked by Abby to take the children.

Charles was committed to the Mass. Nautical School by Eben Blatchford on 12 December 1862.  Blatchford's reason was "Stubbornness".  On 16 December 1862 he was transferred to the K Street Reform School in Mansfield.  He was inmate number 2941 from Rockport Massachusetts.

His commitment record, dated 12 December indicates he was delivered by Mr Roberts (adoptive father of his brother Edgar) and Eben Blatchford, his Court-Appointed guardian.  The interviewer notes that he has been been living with his Aunt Adelia Leonard, the wife of Rev. Henry C. Leonard of the Methodist Church.  Rev.  Leonard has an interest in the boy.  He has two uncles at war, one of whom lives in Rockport.   He smokes but does not drink. 

The interviewer notes that he played truant several times, and that he sold papers and oranges.  His companions were Edward Stanwood, John Driver and his two brothers.  He achieved a third grade education level, and he could read and add.  He was at this time only 4 feet 1 inch tall, with light hair and blue-grey eyes.  On the left side of his head was an area where there was scarcely any hair.  He had a square forehead  He attended church as a Methodist. 

The case notes for Charles, copied from the original case file from the Mass Nautical School, are as follows:

"Committed for stubbornness, did not break the Sabbath nor did he swear; he was accustomed to play truant so much that he says that there were not two successive months while he attended school but that he played truant:  He is a good boy and only needs a little care.

"I should think from his account of himself that he was sent to the Ship (Mass Nautical) for no offense, but to dispose of him as soon as possible to those who had charge of him, and there seems to be evidence to this effect. 

"Apr 16 '69- On trial with H. Wilson Courdarillo.  Ran away from Mr. W. and Apr 19 1870 was re-arrested and returned to the institution. 

"July 29 1870- Placed on Trial with W. Shepherd of Belfast Maine.

"1879- Charles, Edward and Everett are doing well.  Charles in Valparaiso (South America), Edward in Rockport, and Everett in some town in Mass123.

The 1870 US Census lists Charles T Wainwright, 18, living at the State Reformatory in Westboro Massachusetts123.

 

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Everett Wainwright, born 09 August 1853 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts125; died 17 January 1854 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts126.

 

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Thomas Wainwright, born Abt. 1854 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts127; died Bef. 1858 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts.

Notes for Thomas Wainwright:

The only record we have of Thomas is his appearance in the 1855 Mass State Census127.

 

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Everett Wainwright, born 06 February 1855 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts128; died Bet. 1887 - 1910 in Brooklyn New York?.  He married Amelia Ashcroft 13 November 1887 in Manhattan, New York New York; born Abt. 1858 in London England; died Unknown.

Notes for Everett Wainwright:

Eben Blachford was named guardian of Everett after his mother's death on 3/4/1862.  According to the court record, Eben had been asked by Abby to take the children.

The 1860 US census for Rockport lists Everett Wainwright living with Charles Andrews, aged 30, stone cutter and his wife Mary A, aged 29.  Charles and his wife were both born in Maine129.

The 1865 Massachusetts State Census for Rockport shows Everett Wainwright living with Charles Andrews, 34, his wife Mary A. Andrews, 34 and daughter Jane H. Andrews, aged 13.

Everett does not appear in the 1870 Census with Charles Andrews, aged 38 and Mary A, aged 38.

Everett is listed in the case notes of his brother Charles in 1879 as living "in some town in Massachusetts"129.

Everett appears in the 1881 British census in Liverpool England as a Quartermaster aboard the Passenger Liner Istrian.  He is from Massachusetts, aged 26 and married131.

Neither Everett nor Amelia appear in the 1900 US Census.

The US Census of 1910 lists Everett's wife Amelia living in Brooklyn as a widow.

Notes for Amelia Ashcroft:

Amelia appears in the US 1910 Census living in 96 Rockwell Place, Brooklyn New York, widowed, aged 52, proprietor of a boarding house.  She was born in England.  She indicates she arrived in the US in 1880132

 

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Edgar C. Wainwright, born 05 May 1857 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts133; died 13 July 1889 at sea.

Notes for Edgar C. Wainwright:

Eben Blachford was named guardian of Edgar after his mother's death on 3/4/1862.  According to the court record, Eben had been asked by Abby to take the children.

In November 1862, Edgar was adopted by George Roberts, Jr. and wife Lucy from Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts. His name was changed to Edward Roberts.  The Court record shows that Eben had given his permission in writing for the adoption to proceed.

The 1870 Census for Rockport lists George Roberts, fish merchant, aged 50 living with wife Lucy, aged 44 and son Edward, aged 13134.

Edward is mentioned in the Case File of brother Charles as living in Rockport in 1879135.

George Roberts, aged 57 is listed in the 1880 Census in Rockport.  He is widowed and lives alone.

The death of an Edward Roberts at sea is recorded in Gloucester on 13 July 1889 may be this Edward.  His age was recorded as 24 at the time of his death, making his date of birth approximately 1865.  There is no record of a birth of an Edward Roberts in Essex County between 1860 and 1870.

 

      19.  Martha Letitia5 Wainwright (Thomas4, Thomas3, ---2, Thomas1) was born 06 October 1830 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts136, and died 01 April 1908 in Everett, Middlesex County Massachusetts137.  She married (1) Dean Wheeler Woodbury 01 July 1849 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts138, son of Peter Woodbury and Anna Wheeler.  He was born 1823 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts139, and died 30 October 1851 in at sea.  She married (2) John Ferrier 08 October 1853 in Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts140, son of John Ferrier and Lydia Wainwright.  He was born 23 June 1830 in Chelsea, Suffolk County Massachusetts141, and died 11 September 1896 in Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts142.

Notes for Martha Letitia Wainwright:

The Census of 1900 lists Martha, aged 69, widow, living on Main Street in Boston with son Charles W, aged 40 and grandson Walter, aged 20143.

The record of Martha's marriage to John Farrier indicates she was aged 23, born in Rockport.  No parent's name is mentioned.  It is her second marriage.

Martha's birth is registered in Chelsea.  This was likely done at the time of her marriage to John Ferrier.  The transcript of the record indicates an illegible name in brackets, probably Wainwright. Her middle initial is indicated as R.  Inspection of the original record will be necessary. Both Martha and John's birth records are taken from the records of Woodlawn Cemetery.

Martha's death record indicates that her son Charles, in reporting the details of his mother's life, did not know the names of either of her parents.

More About Martha Letitia Wainwright:

Residence: 1908, 26 Waverly Street, Everett Massachusetts

 More About Dean Wheeler Woodbury:

More About John Ferrier:

Child of Martha Wainwright and Dean Woodbury:

Children of Martha Wainwright and John Ferrier are:

 

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Emma Frances6 Ferrier, born 06 August 1854 in Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts147; died 27 December 1924 in LaMoure, LaMoure County, North Dakota.  She married Charles Walter Harrington 15 March 1875 in Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts148; died Unknown.

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Charles Henry Ferrier, born 17 January 1859 in Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts; died 29 January 1910 in Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts.

 

      20.  Emma5 Wainwright (Thomas4, Thomas3, ---2, Thomas1) was born Abt. 13 May 1837 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts149, and died 13 October 1861 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts150.  She married John E. Thompson 12 April 1854 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts151, son of John Thompson and Abigail ---.  He was born abt July 1832 in Boothbay, Lincoln County Maine151, and died 23 December1873 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts152.

Notes for Emma Wainwright:

Emma committed suicide by cutting her own throat

Notes for John E. Thompson:

In the record of his second marriage to Mary Brown, John E Thompson indicates he was born in Boothbay Maine, son of John E and Abigail Thompson.

John is listed in the 1870 Census living in Rockport Massachusetts, aged 36, fisherman, living with wife Mary, aged 28 and child Mary E, aged 5.  He is living two doors from George M. McLean and his family.

More About John E. Thompson:

Census: 1870, Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts153

Children of Emma Wainwright and John Thompson are:

 

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John S6 Thompson, born 29 June 1856 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts154; died Unknown.

 

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Mary Edward Thompson, born 21 October 1858 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts155; died 08 September 1859 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts156.

 

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Edith Thompson, born 25 October 1860 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts157; died 12 May 1861 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts158.

 

      21.  Mary5 Wainwright (George4, Thomas3, ---2, Thomas1) was born 22 June 1821 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts159, and died 1906 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts160.  She married Daniel Smith 03 February 1839 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts161, son of Charles Smith.  He was baptised 30 June 1811 at First Parish in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts162, and died 1889 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts163.

Notes for Daniel Smith:

The birth record for Daniel indicates that Charles is his "supposed" father.

Daniel is listed in the 1850 US Census as Fisherman, aged 38 living with wife Mary, aged 28 and children Daniel, 11 and Mary 2nd, 7.

Daniel is listed in the 1860 US Census as a laborer, aged 49, living with wife Mary, aged 38, daughter Mary, aged 17 and son Daniel F. aged 5.  They are living next door to Mary's parents, George and Mary Wainwright.

He is listed in the 1870 US Census, aged 58, fisherman, living with wife Mary, aged 47.

Daniel is listed in the 1880 US Census as a fisherman living in Gloucester with wife Mary

Children of Mary Wainwright and Daniel Smith are:

 

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Daniel6 Smith, born Abt. 21 September 1839 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts165; died 25 October 1853 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts165.

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Mary K. Smith, born 22 May 1844 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts; died Unknown in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts.

 

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Julia Franklin Smith, born 11 June 1846 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts166; died of Scarlet Fever 05 April 1849 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts167.

 

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Daniel Franklin Smith, born 24 July 1855 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts168; died Unknown.

Notes for Daniel Franklin Smith:

This individual may be the Frank Smith listed in the 1880 US Census, living with his father, occupation house painter.

 

      22.  Rhoda5 Wainwright (George4, Thomas3, ---2, Thomas1) was born 12 January 1824 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts169, and died of Cancer 13 November 1894 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts170.  She married Thomas Harvey 07 September 1841 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts171.  He was born Abt. 1819 in of Cape Breton, Nova Scotia Canada172, and died 11 September 1898 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts172.

Notes for Rhoda Wainwright:

buried at Oak Grove Cemetery, Gloucester.

Residence: 13 Marchant

Notes for Thomas Harvey:

Thomas appears in the 1850 Census, aged 28, fisherman living with wife Rhoda, aged 24 and children:  Thomas Jr, aged 8 and Rhoda, aged 3.  Also living with them are Angus Harvey, aged 19 and Margaret Harvey, aged 24.  These could be siblings of Thomas.

Thomas is listed on the 1860 Census, aged 38, living in East Gloucester, Fisherman with his wife Rhoda, aged 36 and children Thomas, 18, Rhoda A, 13, William, 9, George W, 5.  Also living with them are Margaret Harvey, aged 30, servant and Elizabeth Harvey, 25, seamstress.

Thomas is listed in the 1870 Census, aged 48, fisherman, living with wife Rhoda, aged 44 and children William, aged 19, George W, aged 15, and ---, aged 9.   He indicates his place of birth is [unreadable] 173.

More About Thomas Harvey:

Burial: Oak Grove Cemetery, Gloucester

Children of Rhoda Wainwright and Thomas Harvey are:

 

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Thomas6 Harvey, born Abt. 1842 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts174; died 09 January 1871 at sea175.  He married Hattie Bates 12 December 1865 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts176; born Abt. 1845 in North Brooksville Maine; died Unknown.

Notes for Thomas Harvey:

Thomas drowned along with his cousin John Peterson aboard the schooner Edith Wonson off Gloucester Banks.

 

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George William Harvey, born 28 August 1844 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts177; died 18 September 1845 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts178.

More About George William Harvey:

Cause of Death: Canker on  bowels

 

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Rhoda Eldora Harvey, born 05 January 1847 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts179; died Unknown.

 

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William Harvey, born 11 April 1851 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts180; died Unknown.  He married Lucretia H Cook 28 December 1872 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts; born Abt. 1852 in Maine; died Unknown.

 

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George Wainwright Harvey, born 13 January 1855 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts181; died 1930.  He married Martha Hale Rogers 15 October 1884 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts182; born 04 June 1862 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts183; died Unknown.

Notes for George Wainwright Harvey:

George, known as George Wainwright Harvey, became a noted Gloucester painter.

George appears in the 1920 US Census living at 47 River Road in Gloucester, aged 63 with wife Martha, aged 56.  They own their own home free of obligation.  He lists his occupation as artist.

Notes for Martha Hale Rogers:

Martha, known as Martha Hale Harvey, became a noted photographer and chronicler of the City of Gloucester in the late 19th century.

 

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Angus Edward Harvey, born 28 January 1862 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts184; died Unknown.

  

      @26.  William Henry5 Wainwright (George4, Thomas3, ---2, Thomas1) was born 14 February 1844 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts185, and died 15 June 1900 in Danvers, Essex County Massachusetts186.  He married Helena Louisa Fowler 04 April 1872 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts187, daughter of Edward Fowler and Helena Lander.  She was born 11 February 1853 in Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts187, and died 27 March 1917 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts188.

Notes for William Henry Wainwright:

William' early years were spent in the fishing trade, but he soon took up general labor, the nature of which is not known. He did not serve in the Civil War, almost certainly because he became the sole surviving son after his brother George was lost at sea in 1860.

William was admitted to the Danvers State Hospital for the Insane on 2 January 1900, and died there on 15 June 1900.  He has an extant patient case file #9953 in Tewksbury Massachusetts.

More About William Henry Wainwright:

Burial: Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, E. Gloucester

Cause of Death: Cerebral Softening

Residence: 1880, Avon Street, Gloucester189

More About Helena Louisa Fowler:

Children of William Wainwright and Helena Fowler are:

 

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Charles M.6 Wainwright, born 12 November 1872 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts191; died 21 August 1935 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts192.

Notes for Charles M. Wainwright:

Charlie  M. Wainwright was characterized by his nephew as an  eccentric  druggist  who had a passion for stamp collecting.   According to oral family tradition, his partner in the business embezzled or mismanaged it out of existence. Upon  his  death, his  nephew Charles Everett Wainwright, came  into possession  of  his  fine stamp collection,  which  reputedly  included some now priceless British Colonials.  Young Charlie promptly sold the stamps- the price is unknown.

The Gloucester City Directories for 1890-1903 indicate Charles was a clerk at M L Wetherell Apothecary, 178 Main Street Gloucester.

The US Census of 1910 shows Charles, aged 36, living at 36 Trask Lane in Gloucester with his mother, his sister May Goucher, and sister Susie193.

Charles registered for the draft in 1917 in Gloucester.

The 1920 Census shows Charles, aged 45 living at 6 Exchange Street with his sisters Susie Wagner and May.  Also Horatio Wagner, Susie's husband.  Charles' occupation is laborer at a Box factory.

The US Census of 1930 lists Charles, aged 56 living in a house at 15 Pearl Street with his two sisters, Alice and Susie and their extended family.  Charles indicates he is working as a helper in a Box factory. 

More About Charles M. Wainwright:

Burial: Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, E. Gloucester

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Mary Louisa Wainwright, born 14 July 1874 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts; died Aft. 1930.

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Everett Wainwright, born 08 July 1883 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts; died 09 October 1926 in Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts.

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Susie Alice Wainwright, born 10 March 1887 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts; died 13 November 1943 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts.

 

      28.  John5 Ferrier (Lydia4 Wainwright, Thomas3, ---2, Thomas1) was born 23 June 1830 in Chelsea, Suffolk County Massachusetts194, and died 11 September 1896 in Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts195.  He married Martha Letitia Wainwright 08 October 1853 in Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts196, daughter of Thomas Wainwright and Harriett Hale.  She was born 06 October 1830 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts197, and died 01 April 1908 in Everett, Middlesex County Massachusetts198.

Notes for John Ferrier:

Both John and Martha's record of birth are taken from Woodlawn Cemetery records.

John's marriage record to Martha L. Woodbury indicates he is aged 23, a painter from Boston.  His father's name is John.  It is his first marriage, her second.

John is listed in the 1860 US Census living in Boston, Ward 2 aged 30, wood framer with his wife Martha, aged 29 and children Emma, aged 5 and Charles, aged 6 months199.

The 1870 Census lists John Jr, aged 40, Furniture Dealer living with wife Martha, aged 38 and children Emma 17 and Charles 11.

Burial:  Woodlawn Cemetery, Everett, Middlesex County Massachusetts

Residence: 1896, 10 Ludlow St. Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts

More About Martha Letitia Wainwright:

Burial: Woodlawn Cemetery, Everett, Middlesex County Massachusetts

Residence: 1908, 26 Waverly Street, Everett Massachusetts

Children of Martha Letitia Wainwright and John Ferrier.

 

      29.  William A5 Ferrier (Lydia4 Wainwright, Thomas3, ---2, Thomas1) was born 10 December 1835 in Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts201, and died 21 October 1899 in Somerville, Middlesex County Massachusetts202.  He married (1) Emily L Davenport 01 January 1863 in Charlestown, Suffolk County Massachusetts203, daughter of Edwin Davenport and Elizabeth Morgan.  She was born Abt. February 1831 in Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts203, and died 28 October 1877 in Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts.  He married (2) Susan Chase Aft. 28 October 1877, daughter of Thomas Chase and Susanna Halliday.  She was born Abt. 1834 in Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts204, and died 10 December 1897 in Canterbury New Hampshire205.

Notes for William A Ferrier:

William is aged 29 in his 1863 marriage to Emily Davenport, but his death record indicates he died at aged 63 years 10 months and 11 days, which would have him born in 1835.  His occupation at death is "Chief Gunner, US Navy Retired."  The place of birth of his mother, Lydia was written as Boston Mass.  Above this is written "England.

More About William A Ferrier:

Burial: Woodlawn Cemetery, Everett, Middlesex County Massachusetts

Notes for Susan Chase:

Sarah's death is recorded both in Somerville and in Worcester Massachusetts.  However, she died in Canterbury New Hampshire, no doubt at the home of a family member.

Children of William Ferrier and Emily Davenport are:

 

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Edwin Davenport6 Ferrier, born 11 December 1865 in Charlestown, Suffolk County Massachusetts206; died Unknown.

Notes for Edwin Davenport Ferrier:

Edwin's birth is recorded twice- once at Charlestown as 11 December 1865 and once at Chelsea on 10 December 1865.  Both affirm Charlestown as the place of birth, but differ in the actual date.  Edwin's father is in the US Navy.

 

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Augustine H Ferrier, born 05 November 1867 in Chelsea, Suffolk County Massachusetts207; died Unknown.

 

      30.  Mary5 Ferrier (Lydia4 Wainwright, Thomas3, ---2, Thomas1) was born 1837 in Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts208, and died 1928209.  She married Nathaniel Whitmore 08 June 1856 in Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts210.  He was born 1831 in Topsham Maine211, and died 1899211.

More About Mary Ferrier:

Burial: Woodlawn Cemetery, Everett, Middlesex County Massachusetts

More About Nathaniel Whitmore:

Burial: Woodlawn Cemetery, Everett, Middlesex County Massachusetts

Children of Mary Ferrier and Nathaniel Whitmore are:

 

81

i.

Annie Ferrier6 Whitmore, born 1859 in Charlestown, Suffolk County Massachusetts211; died 1916211.  She married Albert E Snow 08 July 1879 in Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts212; born Abt. 1860 in Truro, Barnstable County Massachusetts; died Unknown.

More About Annie Ferrier Whitmore:

Burial: Woodlawn Cemetery, Everett, Middlesex County Massachusetts

 

82

ii.

Sarah Whitmore, born 1862; died Unknown.

 

83

iii.

Sadie E Whitmore, born 1864213; died Unknown.

 Notes for Sadie E Whitmore:

Sadie is shown on the headstone of Annie F. Snow with the dates 1864-19. Apparently, the death year was not completed suggesting she is not buried there.

  

      31.  Elizabeth5 Ferrier (Lydia4 Wainwright, Thomas3, ---2, Thomas1) was born November 1841214, and died Aft. 1900.  She married Robert G Ewing 15 September 1862 in Charlestown, Middlesex County Massachusetts215, son of Thomas Ewing and Sarah ---.  He was born Abt. 1832 in Bosworth, Pennsylvania, and died Unknown.

 Notes for Elizabeth Ferrier:

Elizabeth's marriage to Robert Ewing apparently did not last long- she was living with her parents and her young daughter in Charlestown by 1870. She is listed on the US Census for 1870 and 1880 as Elizabeth Ferrier.

 The 1900 US Census lists Elizabeth Ferrier, aged 58 living on Webber Street in Malden with her daughter Aroline, aged 35, her husband Electus aged 40 and children William E, 8, Ernest E, 6, Gladys, 4 and Bessie, 2.

 More About Elizabeth Ferrier:

Burial: Unknown, Woodlawn Cemetery, Everett, Middlesex County Massachusetts216

 Notes for Robert G Ewing:

Robert indicates his place of birth in his marriage record to Elizabeth.  He indicates this is is first marriage.

 A Robert Ewing appears in the US Census of 1860 living in Cherry Tree Borrough Pennsylvania, aged 27 with wife Mary, aged 21 and daughter Melushida, aged 1. It is not clear whether this individual is the same as the one who two years later married Elizabeth Ferrier.

 Robert appears in the 1870 US Census as a laborer, aged 42, living in Charlestown alone217.

 Child of Elizabeth Ferrier and Robert Ewing is:

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84

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Arline6 Ewing, born 09 October 1865 in Charlestown, Middlesex County Massachusetts; died Unknown.

 

Generation No. 6

      40.  George Merrill6 McLaine (Harriett5 Wainwright, Thomas4, Thomas3, ---2, Thomas1) was born 01 October 1841 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts218, and died Aft. 1880.  He married Martha D. --- Abt. 1865219.  She was born Abt. 1846220, and died Unknown.

Notes for George Merrill McLaine:

George is listed in the US Census for 1880 as living in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts221.

   Child of George McLaine and Martha --- is:

 

85

i.

Charlotte S.7 McLaine, died Unknown.

 

      47.  Isaac Edward6 Stanwood (Elisibeth5 Wainwright, Thomas4, Thomas3, ---2, Thomas1) was born 23 June 1849 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts222, and died 1909 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts223.  He married Ida Rowe 05 September 1874 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts224, daughter of John Rowe and Rhoda Bradstreet.  She was born March 1857 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, and died Unknown.

Notes for Isaac Edward Stanwood:

Isaac Stanwood is listed in the 1900 Census, aged 50, Landlord, living at 100 East Main Street with wife Ida, aged 43, and children Lizzie M, aged 25.  They have been married for 26 years225.

Isaac Edward Stanwood was mentioned in an article in the Boston Journal dated 8 July 1898 which may have accounted for much of the confusion around the origins of the Wainwright family in Gloucester:

"A singular coincidence has been developed in connection with the gallant cruiser Gloucester and her equally gallant Commander, Lieutenant-Commander [Richard M] Wainwright. 

"It has been ascertained that the ancestors of the Wainwright family came from England to Gloucester about one hundred and fifty years ago and settled there.  Their descendants in turn moved to other sections of the country, one to the south, from which branch, Lieutenant-Commander Wainwright is descended.  The old Wainwright house here stands near the Methodist Church in East Gloucester. 

"The family in the male line is not represented here but is collaterally in the female and their descendants.  Isaac Stanwood, the sail maker, is a third cousin of the Cruiser's commander, his mother being a Wainwright.  Thus the connection of the Gloucester and the Wainwright family seems in the natural order of things.” 226

The basis of this story is unknown, and is probably untrue, though in the absence of proof of Thomas Wainwright's origins, it cannot be proven one way or the other.

More About Ida Rowe

Child of Isaac Stanwood and Ida Rowe is:

 

86

i.

Lizzie M7 Stanwood, born 18 April 1875 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts227; died Unknown.

 

      61.  Charles Henry6 Ferrier (John5, Lydia4 Wainwright, Thomas3, ---2, Thomas1) was born 17 January 1859 in Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts228, and died 29 January 1910 in Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts229.  He married (1) Eliza W Stevens 11 February 1879 in Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts230.  She was born Abt. 1862 in Charlestown, Suffolk County Massachusetts, and died Bef. 28 June 1887.  He married (2) Jennie S. Telridge 28 June 1887 in Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts231, daughter of James Telridge and Annie ---.  She was born in Nova Scotia, and died Unknown.

Notes for Charles Henry Ferrier:

In his death record, Charles is indicated to be 50 years three months old, an obvious discrepancy from the birth date indicated on his headstone.

The 1900 US Census shows Charles H, aged 50, living alone on School Street in Everett.

More About Charles Henry Ferrier:

Burial: Woodlawn Cemetery, Everett, Middlesex County Massachusetts

Child of Charles Ferrier and Eliza Stevens is:

 

87

i.

Walter H7 Ferrier, born August 1879 in Massachusetts; died Unknown.

 

      66.  Mary K.6 Smith (Mary5 Wainwright, George4, Thomas3, ---2, Thomas1) was born 22 May 1844 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts232, and died Unknown in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts.  She married John Peterson 24 October 1861 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts233, son of Seth Peterson and Inga ---.  He was born Abt. 1834 in Norway234, and died 09 January 1871 in at sea.

Notes for Mary K. Smith:

Mary K Peterson appears in the 1870 US Census living in Gloucester with her parents Daniel and Mary Smith, brother Daniel F Smith and children Julia Peterson and George Peterson.. 

Mary K Peterson appears in the 1900 US Census living in Gloucester with her mother Mary Smith, both widowed.

Notes for John Peterson:

John was drowned along with his cousin Thomas Harvey Jr. aboard the schooner Tivans off the Gloucester Banks.

Children of Mary Smith and John Peterson are:

 

88

i.

Julia S.7 Peterson, born 09 May 1863 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts235; died Unknown.

 

89

ii.

George W Peterson, born 08 October 1866 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts236; died 1883 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts237.

 

      76.  Mary Louisa6 Wainwright (William Henry5, George4, Thomas3, ---2, Thomas1) was born 14 July 1874 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts238, and died Aft. 1930.  She married Leslie P Goucher 23 May 1898 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts239.  He was born Abt. 1874 in Waterville Nova Scotia, and died Unknown.

Notes for Mary Louisa Wainwright:

The US Census for 1920 shows that Mary had reverted to Mary Louisa Wainwright by that time.  She lived with her brother Charles but Helen is not living with her.

The Census for 1930 shows May Goucher, aged 54, widowed living at 15 Pearl Street with her brother Charles and sister Alice.  Her occupation is Fish Packer.  Living with her are her daughter Helen Pierce, married, aged 30, and grand daughters Alice J, aged 10, Arthur M, aged 8 and Eleanor M, aged 4 1/2.  Noted that Helen's husband is not living in the houuse240.

Notes for Leslie P Goucher:

Leslie is listed in the US Census of 1910, aged 36, printer, living with his second wife Anna L. in Myrtle Square in Gloucester.  They appear to be newly married.  He indicates he arrived in the US in 1892241

In the 1920 Census, Leslie is living in Peabody, aged 47 with wife Anna and son Franklin E.  He indicates he arrived in the US in 1882 and was naturalized in 1892.

Leslie P Goucher was a printer.

More About Leslie P Goucher:

Burial: Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, East Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts

Marriage Notes for Mary Wainwright and Leslie Goucher:

The Census of 1910 indicates that Mary Louisa and Leslie were divorced.

Child of Mary Wainwright and Leslie Goucher is:

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90

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Helen7 Goucher, born September 1899; died Unknown.

 

      @77.  Everett6 Wainwright (William Henry5, George4, Thomas3, ---2, Thomas1) was born 08 July 1883 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts242, and died 09 October 1926 in Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts243.  He married Charlottie Gisborough Schwartz244 03 May 1908 in Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts245, daughter of Joshua Schwartz and Elizabeth Stawell.  She was born 11 February 1880 in Lunenburg, Lunenburg County Nova Scotia Canada246, and died 07 October 1957 in Billerica, Middlesex County Massachusetts.

Notes for Everett Wainwright:

Everett Wainwright was the second son of William and Louisa. He lived at 4 Feare Street in Gloucester at least until Jan 1909, when Harriet was born. He at one time worked at a cod fish salting company in Gloucester. Everett and his wife Lottie moved to East Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts as early as 1910 in search of a job with the Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts Elevated Railway. He was almost certainly living in East Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts by 1911, when Mildred was born, for we find his occupation as Street Car Conductor in the Birth register.

The 1910 census shows Everett, aged 26, Skinner, living at 4 Feare's Court in Gloucester with wife Lottie, aged 25,  step-daughter Gladys Nickerson, aged 6, and Louise Wainwright, aged 1 1/2 (Harriett) 247.

William Everett Wainwright registered for the draft in 1917.  He lists his addess as 42 West Eagle Street, has date of birth as 8 July 1884 and his wife Charlottie Wainwright as next of kin.  He was of medium height and build, had blue eyes and brown hair248.

The US Census of 1920 shows William Wainwright living at 42 West Eagle Street, Street Car Conductor, aged 34 living with wife Lottie, aged 38, daughter Harriett, aged 11 and son Charles, aged 6.  The family is living with the Brown family including Lottie's sister Alice May.

In 1923, Everett was seriously injured while on duty as a conductor of a trolley on Lexington Street which was rammed by a speeding fire truck. He worked for some time afterward as a track switcher on the Lexington Street Trolley Line until he could no longer walk. His progressively deteriorating condition required that he be helped into and out of his bed constantly. He was finally moved to the Long Island Hospital where he died on 9 October, 1926. He is buried at Mt. Pleasant Cemetery in Gloucester, having been moved there from his original burial site in Boston by his brother Charles.

Even though he died early in their lives, Everett's children remember him as a man who loved to play with them but who could change his mood quickly. By his portrait he was certainly a handsome man. He enjoyed traveling to Boston to buy plates of various sizes and colors for his wife. Throughout his life he signed his name as William E Wainwright.

More About Everett Wainwright:

Burial: Mt. Pleasant Cemetery East Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts

Cause of Death: Bronchial Pneumonia, Cardiac Insufficiency

Nickname: William Everett

Residence: 09 October 1926, 42 West Eagle Street, East Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts249

More About Charlottie Gisborough Schwartz:

Children of Everett Wainwright and Charlottie Schwartz are:

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91

i.

Alice Harriett Louisa7 Wainwright, born 09 January 1909 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts; died 10 June 2001 in Exeter, Rockingham County New Hampshire.

 

92

ii.

Mildred Elizabeth Wainwright, born 23 April 1911 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts252; died of Bright’s Disease in 1918 in East Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts253.

Notes for Mildred Elizabeth Wainwright:

Mildred's birth record lists her as unnamed at the time of registration.  She was remembered fondly by her younger brother Charles, even though he was only five when she died.

Burial: Bennington Street Cemetery, East Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts

 

93

iii.

Everett Wainwright, born Abt. 1912 in Canada254; died Aft. 1930.

Notes for Everett Wainwright:

Everett appears in the 1930 Census where he is indicated to be Canadian, arriving in the US in 1913.  There is no other record of this individual.

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Charles Everett Wainwright, born 12 November 1913 in East Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts; died 31 August 1985 in Malden, Middlesex County Massachusetts.

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95

v.

Doris Mary Wainwright, born 11 March 1925 in East Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts; died 23 February 1999 in Burlington, Middlesex County Massachusetts.

 

      78.  Susie Alice6 Wainwright (William Henry5, George4, Thomas3, ---2, Thomas1) was born 10 March 1887 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts255, and died 13 November 1943 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts.  She married (2) Horatio Wagner 07 December 1912 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts256, son of John Wagner and Clara Whynot.  He was born 10 February 1888 in Port Medway, Queens County Nova Scotia257, and died 08 August 1956 in Nantucket, Dukes County Massachusetts257.

Notes for Susie Alice Wainwright:

Susie is listed in the US Census for 1920 living with her brother Charles and husband Horatio, aged 30.

The 1930 Census indicates Alice Wagner, married, aged 42 owns the home at 15 Pearl Street, worth $2800.  She is living with her son Arthur, aged 20.  Also living in the house are brother Charles and sister May Goucher and extended family.  Noted that Horatio is not at the home258.

More About Susie Alice Wainwright:

Burial: Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, East Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts

Residence: 15 Pearl St, Gloucester

Notes for Horatio Wagner:

The US Census for 1920 indicates Horatio Wagner, aged 29 was living with his wife Susie in the home of his brother-in-law Charles at 6 Exchange Street in Gloucester.  He indicates that he arrived in the US in 1910, and that he was naturalized in 1919.  He was a Chauffer for Red's Express259.

The following is from Horatio's obituary, contained in the "Liverpool Advance" dated 15 November 1956:

"Horatio Wagner, aged 68, known by his many friends in Nantucket as "happy" Wagner died at the Nantucket Cottage Hospital on Wednesday, August 8th.  In failing health for several years, Happy had made several trips to the Veteran's Hospital in Providence for check-ups and, until recently, was able to make his daily trip to Main Street where he had a favorite bench on which he sat and chatted with his friends.

"Happy Wagner was born in Port Medway, Nova Scotia on 10 February 1888, the son of John Wagner and Clara Whynot Wagner.  He came to the United States to live prior to World War 1, during which he served in the US Navy.  After the war he joined the US Coast Guard and, after his retirement from that service, he became a fisherman, working for many years with Charles Ryder on the "Annie Louise".  For several years recently he played the part of "Santa Claus" at the Wharf Gift Shop, a part which he thoroughly enjoyed for he loved children and they in turn took great pleasure in telling "Santa" what they wanted for Christmas as they sat on his knee, little suspecting that this was the same jovial man who greeted them on Main Street.

"He was a member of St. Paul's Church in Nantucket, and a member of the local American Legion Post. 

"Mr. Wagner is survived by his wife, the former Gertrude Sassone, a son Arthur Wagner of Rowley Mass, and a grand son Arthur Jr, three sisters, Mrs. Raymond Pindle, New York, Mrs. Bernard Marsland, Halifax, Mrs. Hugh Baker, Bridgewater, and a brother, Heber Wagner, Bridgewater.

"Services were held by the American Legion Friday evening at the Lewis Funeral Home.  The funeral was held at St. Paul's Church at three O'Clock.  The Rev. Brandford Johnson officiated.  Internment was at Prospect Hill Cemetery, where the traditional American Legion Flag Service was also held."

More About Horatio Wagner:

Burial: Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, East Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts

Nickname: Happy

Residence: 36 Trask, Gloucester

Child of Susie Alice Wainwright is:

 

96

i.

Arthur7 Wainwright, born 05 March 1910 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts260; died April 1979 in Rowley, Essex County Massachusetts.

Notes for Arthur Wainwright:

Arthur's birth record does not mention his father, only his mother's name.

 

      84.  Arline6 Ewing (Elizabeth5 Ferrier, Lydia4 Wainwright, Thomas3, ---2, Thomas1) was born 09 October 1865 in Charlestown, Middlesex County Massachusetts261, and died Unknown.  She married Electus Gott Lane 1891 in Chelsea, Suffolk County Massachusetts262, son of William Lane and Betsey Gott.  He was born 23 August 1860 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusets263, and died Unknown.

Notes for Arline Ewing:

Aroline appears in the 1870 US Census living with her mother, Elizabeth Ferrier.

Census: 1900, Charlestown, Massachusetts264

More About Electus Lane:

Children of Arline Ewing and Electus Lane are:

 

97

i.

William E7 Lane, born August 1891 in Massachusetts; died Unknown.

 

98

ii.

Ernest Ewing Lane, born May 1894 in Somerville, Middlesex County Massachusetts265; died Unknown.

 

99

iii.

Gladys Frances Lane, born 02 October 1896 in Somerville, Middlesex County Massachusetts266; died Unknown.

 

100

iv.

Bessie Lane, born January 1898 in Massachusetts; died Unknown.

 

Generation No. 7

      90.  Helen7 Goucher (Mary Louisa6 Wainwright, William Henry5, George4, Thomas3, ---2, Thomas1) was born September 1899, and died Unknown.  She married --- Pierce Abt. 1918.  He died Unknown.

Children of Helen Goucher and --- Pierce are:

 

101

i.

Alice8 Pierce, born Private.

 

102

ii.

Arthur M Pierce, born Private.

 

103

iii.

Eleanor M Pierce, born Private.

 

      91.  Alice Harriett Louisa7 Wainwright (Everett6, William Henry5, George4, Thomas3, ---2, Thomas1) was born 09 January 1909 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts267, and died 10 June 2001 in Exeter, Rockingham County New Hampshire268.  She married Cyrus N Blades 16 August 1931 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, son of Whitman Blades and Hattie ---.  He was born 27 August 1908 in Clark's Harbour, Nova Scotia269, and died 14 October 1993 in Saugus, Essex County Massachusetts269.

Notes for Alice Harriett Louisa Wainwright:

Alice (Harriett) was named after Harriet Pinkham of Newburyport, a close friend of Lottie.

Harriett provided much information for the benefit of this work.  Growing up, she was close to her brother Charlie, and old enough to have some memory of her father.  Like her brother, she had to find work early in her life due to the premature death of her father.

The 1910 US Census lists her as Louisa, aged 1 1/2 living at 4 Feare Street in Gloucester with mother Lottie, father Everett and half sister Gladys.

Notes for Cyrus N Blades:

Cy is listed in the US Census for 1930 living with his family at 39 West Eagle Street, next door to the Browns and the Wainwrights.  He is listed as aged 21, single, and arrived with his family from Canada in 1923.

Children of Alice Wainwright and Cyrus Blades are:

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104

i.

Beverly8 Blades, died 1993 in Topsfield, Essex County Massachusetts.

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105

ii.

Dorothy Ellen Blades, born Private.

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106

iii.

Robert Cyrus Blades, born Private.

 

      @94.  Charles Everett7 Wainwright (Everett6, William Henry5, George4, Thomas3, ---2, Thomas1) was born 12 November 1913 in East Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts270, and died 31 August 1985 in Malden, Middlesex County Massachusetts.  He married Anna Margrethe Dame 04 February 1938 in Hampton Falls, Rockingham County New Hampshire, daughter of William Dame and Hedvig Osmo.  She was born 09 May 1919 in Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts271, and died 09 August 1993 in Malden, Middlesex County Massachusetts.

Notes for Charles Everett Wainwright:

Charles Everett Wainwright, third child of Everett and Lottie, and their only son, was born in East Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts on 12 Nov, 1913.  His early childhood was not a happy one, punctuated as it was by the tragic death of his sister Mildred, and the premature death of his father in 1926.

In grammar school he was allowed to skip his 5th year of school.  When his father died, however, he had to quit school to make money for the family.  His first job was as a water boy at the Hotel Bradford in Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts.

At the  age of three, Charlie fell from the second floor porch  of  the family's  apartment  on West Eagle St in East Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts,  shattering  his  skull.   Doctors implanted a silver plate in the young boy’s head, which, amazingly, remained in place for the rest of his life. Even though he was repeatedly advised   to  have it  replaced  with  a  larger  plate,  he stubbornly  refused  to consider  it.   In later years, the curious scars on his forehead were a constant reminder to his children not to play near the porch railings.

Young Charles began associating with three of his older cousins, Ralph, Lester, and Raymond Brown, who had a dance band, and he quickly developed an interest in the saxophone.  By  the  time  he was 18 the band was playing at a well known  speakeasy  on  Dover  street in Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts.  He later played with Edgar and Dorothy (Dame) Rogers in a small ensemble through the 1930's.   Dot, Edgar, and Charlie developed their musical abilities and made a good living playing at clubs and parties.  It was at one of these parties in December 1936 that Charlie was introduced to Dot's niece Anna, who had just returned from an extended stay in Norway with her mother and brothers.

When war broke out in 1941, Charlie, like many other men, registered for the Military Service. Because of his age, and the silver plate in his forehead he was turned down for all active service.   He did manage, in 1943, to enlist in the newly formed Massachusetts State Guard as a member of the marching band.  In 1946, when the State Guard was merged with the Massachusetts Air National Guard, he entered active reserve service as a member of the 567th Band, part of the 102nd Tactical Fighter  Wing stationed at Logan Airport in East Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts.   He remained with the Air Guard for the next 30 years, retiring with the rank of Senior Master Sargent, the first in the Wing to attain that rank.

Charlie worked for most of his life in the dairy industry.   In 1936 his sister's husband Cyrus Blades got him a job at The United Farmers Ice Cream Company in Everett as a route salesman.   He remained there when the company was purchased by the Borden Company and continued with them until 1967, when he joined the Whiting Milk Company as a raw milk processor.  When that company went out of business in 1972, he left the dairy business and became a custodian at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, until he retired in 1978.

Those   who  knew  Charlie  will  remember  him  for  his disarming charm, his  work ethic, and his tenacity in getting what  he  wanted. Once, immediately after the war when he heard that a large apartment had become available on Neptune Road, Charlie walked the railroad tracks every morning to gather coal (a rationed commodity)   and delivered it to the landlord until he finally agreed to rent to them.

Charles Everett Wainwright died 1 Sept 1985.  He is buried at the Forestdale Cemetery in Malden.  On his tombstone, above his name is a musical G-Clef, a symbol of the music that was so important to his life.

More About Charles Everett Wainwright:

Burial: Forestdale Cemetery, Malden, Middlesex County Massachusetts

Cause of Death: Heart Failure

Medical Information: Charlie suffered from Glaucoma, and late onset diabetes.  This progressed to the point of nerve damage and he spent the last year or so of his life unable to walk.

Residence: Aft. 1958, 7 Arlington Terrace, Malden Massachusetts

More About Anna Margrethe Dame:

Marriage Notes for Charles Wainwright and Anna Dame:

Charlie and Anna eloped to Hampton Falls NH on 4 February, 1938, taking a bus from Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts for the event. They lived in Winthrop and East Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts until October 1958, when they bought a house at 7 Arlington Terrace in Malden.

Children of Charles Wainwright and Anna Dame are:

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107

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Deanna Hope8 Wainwright, born Private.

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108

ii.

Elaine Hedvig Wainwright, born Private.

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109

iii.

Linda Carole Wainwright, born Private.

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Charles Everett Wainwright, born Private.

 

      95.  Doris Mary7 Wainwright (Everett6, William Henry5, George4, Thomas3, ---2, Thomas1) was born 11 March 1925 in East Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts272, and died 23 February 1999 in Burlington, Middlesex County Massachusetts.  She married William Hoy 01 July 1945 in East Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts.  He was born 01 January 1924 in East Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts, and died 22 February 1992 in Burlington, Middlesex County Massachusetts.

Notes for Doris Mary Wainwright:

Doris was born well after her siblings, and her father died shortly after she was born.  She and her family were close to her brother Charlie and sister Harriett throughout their lives.  Lottie lived with Doris for several years before her death.

Children of Doris Wainwright and William Hoy are:

 

111

i.

Patricia8 Hoy, born Private.

 

112

ii.

Kathleen Hoy, born Private.

 

Generation No. 8

      104.  Beverly8 Blades (Alice Harriett Louisa7 Wainwright, Everett6, William Henry5, George4, Thomas3, ---2, Thomas1) died 1993 in Topsfield, Essex County Massachusetts.  She married Walter Harmer Private.  He was born Private.

Children of Beverly Blades and Walter Harmer are:

 

113

i.

Steven9 Harmer, born Private.

 

114

ii.

Paul Harmer, born Private.

 

115

iii.

Walter Harmer, born Private.

 

116

iv.

Susan Harmer, born Private.

 

      105.  Dorothy Ellen8 Blades (Alice Harriett Louisa7 Wainwright, Everett6, William Henry5, George4, Thomas3, ---2, Thomas1) was born Private.  She married Wesley Ernest Burwell Private.  He was born Private.

Children of Dorothy Blades and Wesley Burwell are:

 

117

i.

Deborah Ellen9 Burwell, born Private.

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118

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Thomas Wesley Burwell, born Private.

 

      106.  Robert Cyrus8 Blades (Alice Harriett Louisa7 Wainwright, Everett6, William Henry5, George4, Thomas3, ---2, Thomas1) was born Private.  He married Claire Marie Lenihan Private.  She was born Private.

Children of Robert Blades and Claire Lenihan are:

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119

i.

Doreen Louise9 Blades, born Private.

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120

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Maureen Catherine Blades, born Private.

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121

iii.

Robert Cyrus Blades, born Private.

 

      107.  Deanna Hope8 Wainwright (Charles Everett7, Everett6, William Henry5, George4, Thomas3, ---2, Thomas1) was born Private.  She married Martin Francis Catyb Private, son of Ali Catyb and Aneska Osagova.  He was born Private.

Children of Deanna Wainwright and Martin Catyb are:

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122

i.

Martin9 Catyb, born Private.

 

123

ii.

Cheryl Ann Catyb, born Private.

 

124

iii.

Lawrence Michael Catyb, born Private.

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125

iv.

Susan Deanna Catyb, born Private.

 

      108.  Elaine Hedvig8 Wainwright (Charles Everett7, Everett6, William Henry5, George4, Thomas3, ---2, Thomas1) was born Private.

Child of Elaine Hedvig Wainwright is:

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126

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Lori Jane9 Kuja, born Private.

 

      109.  Linda Carole8 Wainwright (Charles Everett7, Everett6, William Henry5, George4, Thomas3, ---2, Thomas1) was born Private.  She married (1) Thomas Cunningham Private.  He was born Private.  She married (2) John Charles Foley Private, son of James Foley and Rose ---.  He was born Private.  She married (3) Richard Moore Private.  He was born Private.

Children of Linda Wainwright and John Foley are:

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127

i.

John Charles9 Foley, born Private.

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128

ii.

Heidi Anne Foley, born Private.

 

129

iii.

James Michael Foley, born Private.

 

      @110.  Charles Everett8 Wainwright (Charles Everett7, Everett6, William Henry5, George4, Thomas3, ---2, Thomas1) was born Private.  He married (1) Deborah June Snow Private, daughter of Robert Snow and Rita Shorette.  She was born Private.  He married (2) Candyce Selley Wyche Private, daughter of Cyril Wyche and Rachel Donahue.  She was born Private.

Children of Charles Wainwright and Deborah Snow are:

 

130

i.

A9 Wainwright, born 15 March 1970 in Malden, Middlesex County Massachusetts; died 15 March 1970 in Malden, Middlesex County Massachusetts.

Notes for A Wainwright:

This child was a twin, stillborn at the Malden Hospital.   Massachusetts law determined that he required a birth certificate and a death certificate.  It was with greatest difficulty that A and B were buried. Though they will never know, their presence in this world profoundly affected their parents.

More About A Wainwright:

Burial: Unknown, Forest Dale Cemetery, Malden Massachusetts

 

131

ii.

B Wainwright, born 15 March 1970 in Malden, Middlesex County Massachusetts; died 15 March 1970 in Malden, Middlesex County Massachusetts.

 Notes for B Wainwright:

This child was a twin, stillborn at the Malden Hospital.   Massachusetts law determined that he required a birth certificate and a death certificate.  It was with greatest difficulty that A and B were buried. Though they will never know, their presence in this world profoundly affected their parents.

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132

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Nicole Anna Wainwright, born Private.

Children of Charles Wainwright and Candyce Wyche are:

 

133

i.

Charles Cyril9 Wainwright, born Private.

 

134

ii.

Sarah Elizabeth Wainwright, born Private.

 

Generation No. 9

      118.  Thomas Wesley9 Burwell (Dorothy Ellen8 Blades, Alice Harriett Louisa7 Wainwright, Everett6, William Henry5, George4, Thomas3, ---2, Thomas1) was born Private.  He married Deborah Ann Higgins Private.  She was born Private.

Child of Thomas Burwell and Deborah Higgins is:

 

135

i.

Morgan Ann10 Burwell, born Private.

 

      119.  Doreen Louise9 Blades (Robert Cyrus8, Alice Harriett Louisa7 Wainwright, Everett6, William Henry5, George4, Thomas3, ---2, Thomas1) was born Private.  She married Peter Ford Slettenhaugh Private.  He was born Private.

Children of Doreen Blades and Peter Slettenhaugh are:

 

136

i.

Justin Blades10 Slettenhaugh, born Private.

 

137

ii.

Erik Blades Slettenhaugh, born Private.

 

      120.  Maureen Catherine9 Blades (Robert Cyrus8, Alice Harriett Louisa7 Wainwright, Everett6, William Henry5, George4, Thomas3, ---2, Thomas1) was born Private.  She married Mark Allen Johnson Private.  He was born Private.

Children of Maureen Blades and Mark Johnson are:

 

138

i.

Shawn Mark10 Johnson, born Private.

 

139

ii.

Megan Catherine Johnson, born Private.

 

      121.  Robert Cyrus9 Blades (Robert Cyrus8, Alice Harriett Louisa7 Wainwright, Everett6, William Henry5, George4, Thomas3, ---2, Thomas1) was born Private.  He married Mary Eileen Maloney Private.  She was born Private.

Children of Robert Blades and Mary Maloney are:

 

140

i.

Rachel Martha10 Blades, born Private.

 

141

ii.

Holly Ann Blades, born Private.

 

      122.  Martin9 Catyb (Deanna Hope8 Wainwright, Charles Everett7, Everett6, William Henry5, George4, Thomas3, ---2, Thomas1) was born Private.  He married Carole Duggan Private.  She was born Private.

Child of Martin Catyb and Carole Duggan is:

 

142

i.

Kirsten10 Catyb, born Private.

 

      125.  Susan Deanna9 Catyb (Deanna Hope8 Wainwright, Charles Everett7, Everett6, William Henry5, George4, Thomas3, ---2, Thomas1) was born Private.  She married (1) Pasquale Maffeo Private.  He was born Private.  She married (2) Joseph Ferdinand Zaccaria Private.  He was born Private.

Children of Susan Catyb and Patrick Maffeo are:

 

143

i.

Melissa Sue10 Maffeo, born Private.

 

144

ii.

Anthony Pasquale Maffeo, born Private.

Child of Susan Catyb and Joseph Zaccaria is:

 

145

i.

Deanna Louise10 Zaccaria, born Private.

 

      126.  Lori Jane9 Kuja (Elaine Hedvig8 Wainwright, Charles Everett7, Everett6, William Henry5, George4, Thomas3, ---2, Thomas1) was born Private.  She married (1) Gerard Joseph Reardon Private, son of Robert Reardon and Mary Fiddler.  He was born 04 February 1957 in Charlestown, Suffolk County Massachusetts, and died 10 May 1984 in Charlestown, Suffolk County Massachusetts.  She married (2) Michael John Francis Roche Private, son of James Roche and Jeanne Reardon.  He was born Private.

Child of Lori Kuja and Gerard Reardon is:

 

146

i.

Brendon Gerard10 Reardon, born Private.

Child of Lori Kuja and Michael Roche is:

 

147

i.

Liam10 Roche, born Private.

 

      127.  John Charles9 Foley (Linda Carole8 Wainwright, Charles Everett7, Everett6, William Henry5, George4, Thomas3, ---2, Thomas1) was born Private.  He married Karen Reynolds Private.  She was born Private.

Children of John Foley and Karen Reynolds are:

 

148

i.

Caitlin Rose10 Foley, born Private.

 

149

ii.

Brenna Leigh Foley, born Private.

 

      128.  Heidi Anne9 Foley (Linda Carole8 Wainwright, Charles Everett7, Everett6, William Henry5, George4, Thomas3, ---2, Thomas1) was born Private.  She married Robert Martin Bernard Private.  He was born Private.

Children of Heidi Foley and Robert Bernard are:

 

150

i.

Christpher Martin10 Bernard, born Private.

 

151

ii.

Cody Pamphile Bernard, born Private.

 

      132.  Nicole Anna9 Wainwright (Charles Everett8, Charles Everett7, Everett6, William Henry5, George4, Thomas3, ---2, Thomas1) was born Private.  She married Jacob William Loomis Private, son of Scott Loomis and Linda Hugle.  He was born Private.

Child of Nicole Wainwright and Jacob Loomis is:

 

152

i.

Sage Kirin10 Loomis, born Private.

 

Wainwright Family Endnotes

 

1.  New Hampshire, State of, Records of the New Hampshire Provincial Court,  (LDS), 1764.

2.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts Town Records,  (Unpublished), 1790.

3.  Hammond, Pricilla, Parish Register of Queen's Chapel, Portsmouth, Rockingham County New Hampshire,  (Concord NH, 1939).

4.  United States, Government of, 1st Census of the United States, 1790.

5.  Hammond, Pricilla, Parish Register of Queen's Chapel, Portsmouth, Rockingham County New Hampshire,  (Concord NH, 1939), p28.

6.  Pool, Ebenezer (1787-1878), Pool Papers,  (Six notebook volumes, trancribed and indexed), V4, p364.

7.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V2, p558.

8.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p445.

9.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V3, p209.

10.  United States, Government of, 2nd Census of the United States, 1800, Roll 14, Book 1 Page 84.

11.  Benton, Josiah Henry,  LL.D, Warning Out in New England,  (Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts, W.R. Clarke Company, 1911), pp46-62.

12.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p445.

13.  United States, Government of, 9th Census of the United States, 1880, T9-0553, p492D.

14.  Pool, Ebenezer (1787-1878), Pool Papers,  (Six notebook volumes, trancribed and indexed), 4:364 Note 66.

15.  First Census of the United States,  (1790),

16.  Pool, Ebenezer (1787-1878), Pool Papers,  (Six notebook volumes, trancribed and indexed), 4:364 Note 66.

17.  United States, Government of, 3rd Census of the United States, 1810.

18.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V2, p558.

19.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p231.

20.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p224, as Donavin.

21.  United States, Government of, 2nd Census of the United States, 1800.

22.  Rockport Massachusetts, Town of, Vital Records of Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), p117.

23.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Deaths, V14, p97.

24.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V2, p558.

25.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p315.

26.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Deaths, V102, p160.

27.  Garland, Joseph E, Guns off Gloucester,  (Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts:  Essex County Newspapers, Inc. 1975).

28.  Protection Certificate Registers, #526, 10 September 1812, as "Thomas Weinwright."

29.  Essex County, Massachusetts, Essex County Massachusetts Deeds, Book 212, Page 8.

30.  6th Census of the United States, 1850, Roll 315, Book 1 Page 163b.

31.  Headstone inscriptions of Mount Pleasant Cemetery Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts.

32.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Deaths, V337, p187.

33.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V 2, p558.

34.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p612.

35.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Deaths, V310, p172.

36.  6th Census of the United States, 1850, Roll 315, Book 1, Page 63a.

37.  Protection Certificate Registers, #796, 26 November 1818.

38.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p739.

39.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Deaths, V138, p182.

40.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p739.

41.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Deaths, V373, p192.

42.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p739.

43.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Deaths, V138, p182.

44.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Deaths, V330, p127.

45.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Deaths, V330 p121.

46.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Marriages, V1, p294.

47.  Headstone Inscriptions at Woodlawn Cemetery, Everett Massachusetts, Zephyr Path #886.

48.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Deaths.

49.  United States, Government of, 9th Census of the United States, 1880, Reel 553, Book 1 p492b.

50.  United States, Government of, 7th Census of the United States, 1860,  (1860), Roll 512, Book 1, Page 373.

51.  Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts, City of, The Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts City Directory,  (Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts:  Sampson, Davenport and Company), 1874.

52.  United States, Government of, 9th Census of the United States, 1880, Reel 553, ed 600 p36.

53.  Headstone Inscriptions at Woodlawn Cemetery, Everett Massachusetts, Zephyr Path #886.

54.  Headstone Inscriptions at Woodlawn Cemetery, Everett Massachusetts, Zephyr Path, #886.

55.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Deaths, V249, p408.

56.  Headstone Inscriptions at Woodlawn Cemetery, Everett Massachusetts, Zephyr Path, #886.

57.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V2, p363.

58.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Deaths, V39, p200.

59.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V2, p558.

60.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V2, p363.

61.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V2, p322.

62.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Deaths, V504, p725.

63.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p402.

64.  6th Census of the United States, 1850, Roll 315, Book 1, Page 335b.

65.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p458.

66.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Deaths, V102, p118.

67.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Marriages, V99. p149.

68.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p458.

69.  6th Census of the United States, 1850, Roll 315, Book 1 page 67a.

70.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p458.

71.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Marriages, V126, p144.

72.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p458.

73.  Pool, Ebenezer (1787-1878), Pool Papers,  (Six notebook volumes, trancribed and indexed), V4 p364.

74.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Deaths, V140, p128.

75.  Pool, Ebenezer (1787-1878), Pool Papers,  (Six notebook volumes, trancribed and indexed), V4, p364.

76.  United States, Government of, 7th Census of the United States, 1860,  (1860), Roll 523, Book 1, pp 34-35.

77.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p739.

78.  Rockport Massachusetts, Town of, Vital Records of Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), p103.

79.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V2, p558.

80.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V2, p359.

81.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Deaths, V84, p166.

82.  Rockport Massachusetts, Town of, Vital Records of Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), p103.

83.  6th Census of the United States, 1850, Roll 315, Book 1, Page 161b.

84.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V2, p 558.

85.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p450.

86.  Rockport Massachusetts, Town of, Vital Records of Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), p29.

87.  Rockport Massachusetts, Town of, Vital Records of Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), p103.

88.  Rockport Massachusetts, Town of, Vital Records of Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), p29.

89.  Rockport Massachusetts, Town of, Vital Records of Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), p99.

90.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V2, p558.

91.  United States, Government of, 7th Census of the United States, 1860,  (1860), Roll 508, Book 1, Page 213.

92.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Marriages, V117, p200.

93.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p702.

94.  Rockport Massachusetts, Town of, Vital Records of Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), p82.

95.  Rockport Massachusetts, Town of, Vital Records of Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), p76.

96.  Bolton, Ethel Stanwood, A history of the Stanwood Family in America,  (Boston, Rockwell and Churchill Press, 1899), p231.

97.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Deaths, V328, p197.

98.  United States, Government of, 9th Census of the United States, 1880, T9-0529 p482A.

99.  6th Census of the United States, 1850, Roll 315 Book 1 Page 163b.

100.  Rockport Massachusetts, Town of, Vital Records of Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), p38.

101.  Rockport Massachusetts, Town of, Vital Records of Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), p113.

102.  Bolton, Ethel Stanwood, A history of the Stanwood Family in America,  (Boston, Rockwell and Churchill Press, 1899), p232.

103.  United States, Government of, 9th Census of the United States, 1880, 482A.

104.  Rockport Massachusetts, Town of, Vital Records of Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), p81.

105.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Deaths, V516, p630.

106.  Rockport Massachusetts, Town of, Vital Records of Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), p81.

107.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p559.

108.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Deaths, Vol 111, p236.

109.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Marriages, V244, p309.

110.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p412.

111.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Deaths, V274, p266.

112.  United States, Government of, 7th Census of the United States, 1860,  (1860), Roll 499 Book 1 Page 609.

113.  Rockport Massachusetts, Town of, Vital Records of Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), p35.

114.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Deaths, V57, p152.

115.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Births, V63, p226.

116.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Marriages, V54, p208.

117.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Deaths, V120, p162.

118.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Marriages, V54, p208.

119.  Boothbay Maine, Town of, Vital Records of Boothbay, Maine, p59.

120.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Deaths, V147, p275.

121.  Lainhart, Ann S Compiler, 1855-1865 Massachusetts State Census,  (Boston, 1987), p41.

122.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Births, V63, p226.

123.  United States, Government of, 8th Census of the United States, 1870, 657 Book 1, Page 326a.

124.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Commitment Records of the Mass Nautical School, Case History of Charles T Wainwright, #2941.

125.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Births, V72, p234.

126.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Deaths, V84, p168.

127.  Lainhart, Ann S Compiler, 1855-1865 Massachusetts State Census,  (Boston, 1987), p41.

128.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Births, V90, p229.

129.  United States, Government of, 7th Census of the United States, 1860,  (1860), Roll 499, Book 1 Page 575.

130.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Commitment Records of the Mass Nautical School, Case History of Charles T Wainwright #2941.

131.  British Census of 1881.

132.  United States, Government of, 13th Census of the United States, 1910, Roll 959 Book 2 Page 253b.

133.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Births, V105, p317.

134.  United States, Government of, 8th Census of the United States, 1870, Roll 612, Book 1, Page 411b.

135.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Commitment Records of the Mass Nautical School, Case History of Charles T Wainwright, #2941.

136.  Baldwin, Thomas W, Vital Records of Chelsea, Suffolk County Massachusetts to the year 1850,  (Boston, Wright & Porter Printing Co. 1916), p109.

137.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Deaths, V34, p314.

138.  Rockport Massachusetts, Town of, Vital Records of Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), p82.

139.  Rockport Massachusetts, Town of, Vital Records of Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), p84.

140.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Marriages, V71, p118.

141.  Baldwin, Thomas W, Vital Records of Chelsea, Suffolk County Massachusetts to the year 1850,  (Boston, Wright & Porter Printing Co. 1916), p109.

142.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Deaths, V465, p385.

143.  United States, Government of, 11th Census of the United States, 1900, Roll 677, Book 1, Page 57a.

144.  6th Census of the United States, 1850, Roll 315, Book 1, Page 181b.

145.  United States, Government of, 7th Census of the United States, 1860,  (1860), Roll 520 Book 1 Page 689.

146.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Births, V42, p200.

147.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Births, V83, p116.

148.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Marriages, V273, p34.

149.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Marriages, V78, p221.

150.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Deaths, V147, p276.

151.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Marriages, V78, p221.

152.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Deaths, V256, p288.

153.  United States, Government of, 8th Census of the United States, 1870, Roll 612, Book 1, Page 396a.

154.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V96, p251.

155.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Births, V114, p266.

156.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Deaths, V129, p167.

157.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Births, V132, p302.

158.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Deaths, V147, p275.

159.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p739.

160.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Deaths, 1906, V42, p11.

161.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V2, p558.

162.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p657.

163.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Deaths, V400, p252.

164.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p657.

165.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Deaths, V75, p119.

166.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924).

167.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Deaths, V39, p166.

168.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924).

169.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p739.

170.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Deaths, V445, p411.

171.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V2, p558.

172.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Deaths, V481, p428.

173.  United States, Government of, 8th Census of the United States, 1870, Roll 608, Book 1, Page 487b.

174.  United States, Government of, 7th Census of the United States, 1860,  (1860), 499, bk1 pg 437.

175.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Deaths, V238, p180.

176.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Marriages, V180, p178.

177.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p329.

178.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V3, p161.

179.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p329.

180.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Births, V51, p158.

181.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Births, V90, p162, as Geroge Harvy.

182.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Marriages, V352, p220.

183.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Births, V150, p192.

184.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Births, V150, p195.

185.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p739.

186.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Deaths, V504, p470.

187.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Marriages, V244, p201.

188.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Deaths, V30, p199.

189.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts City Directory, 1909, 1890-91.

190.  United States, Government of, 13th Census of the United States, 1910, ED 289, Sheet 7A.

191.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Births, V241, p215.

192.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Deaths, V43, p368.

193.  United States, Government of, 13th Census of the United States, 1910, ED 289, Sheet 7A.

194.  Baldwin, Thomas W, Vital Records of Chelsea, Suffolk County Massachusetts to the year 1850,  (Boston, Wright & Porter Printing Co. 1916), p109.

195.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Deaths, V465, p385.

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