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Terry Mason's Family History Site

Major lines: Allen, Beck, Borden, Buck, Burden, Carpenter, Carper, Cobb, Cook, Cornell, Cowan, Daffron, Davis, Downing, Faubion, Fauntleroy, Fenter, Fishback, Foulks, Gray, Harris, Heimbach, Henn, Holland, Holtzclaw, Jackson, Jameson, Johnson, Jones, King, Lewis, Mason, Massengill, McAnnally, Moore, Morgan, Overstreet, Price, Peck, Rice, Richardson, Rogers, Samuel, Smith, Taylor, Thomas, Wade, Warren, Weeks, Webb, Wodell, Yeiser.

 

Selected Families and Individuals

Source Citations


John Pierce Perry

11860 U.S. Census, M653_491 pg 221, 30 Jun 1860. "John P Perry 38 M Farmer Massachusetts
Delilah J Perry 28 F Wife Massachusetts
Chas W Perry5 M Massachusetts
John A Perry 7 M Massachusetts
Lydia L 1 Perry F Massachusetts."

21870 U.S. Census, M593_604 pg 516A, 28 Jun 1870. "Perry, John P 48 MW Farmer Massachusetts
-----, Delila J 39 FW Keeping house Massachusetts
-----, John A 17 MW Farm Laborer Massachusetts
-----, Charles W 15 MW Farm Laborer Massachusetts
-----, Ann E 6 FW Attending School Massachusetts
-----, Rugh C 4 FW Massachusetts
-----, Ella J 1 FW Massachusetts
Chamberlain, Elisabeth 67 Keeping house Massachusetts."

31880 U.S. Census, FHF 1254524 pg 105D, 17 Jun 1880. "Perry, John P WM 58 Wd Laborer Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts
-----, Anna L WF 16 Daughter S Keeping House Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts
-----, Ruth C WF 14 Daughter S at School Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts
-----, Eliza J WF 12 Daughter S at School Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts
-----, Sarah WF 9 Daughter S at School Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts."


Eli Wodell

1Eli Wodell, Wodell Family, Genealogy of a part of the, from 1640 to 1880, 1880, FHL Film 1020783 Item 6. "Our ancestors here were certainly worthy and respectable people in their day; we should love them not simply because they were our ancestors, though that is something; but, because they planted us in this country.   Look at the starving peasantry in Ireland, (England not much better) at the present time; then if you can realize that but for these worthies, we might now have been a portion of that starving peasantry, can you resist a feeling of respect, love, and veneration, for those who encountering many perils and difficulties, crossed a boistereous Atlantic, not, mind ye, a week or a ten days passage in a capacious and comfortable steamer, but a two or three month passage in a filthy and crowded sailing vessel; conquered the savage, hewed down the forests, and made the country such as we now see it; can you I say fail to cherish their memories and own the name which they have bequeathed to you?."

2Eli Wodell, Wodell Family, Genealogy of a part of the, from 1640 to 1880, p.58, 1880. 8 children and 10 grandchildren listed.

3New England Historic Genealogical Society, Massachusetts, Westport, Vital records of, to the year 1850, Boston : New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1918, Birth, FHL 974.485/W1 V28v.

4Eli Wodell, Wodell Family, Genealogy of a part of the, from 1640 to 1880, p.58.


Lydia Tripp

1Eli Wodell, Wodell Family, Genealogy of a part of the, from 1640 to 1880, p.81, FHL Film 1020783 Item 6.

2Eli Wodell, Wodell Family, Genealogy of a part of the, from 1640 to 1880, p.58.

3Eli Wodell, Wodell Family, Genealogy of a part of the, from 1640 to 1880, 1880. "Our ancestors here were certainly worthy and respectable people in their day; we should love them not simply because they were our ancestors, though that is something; but, because they planted us in this country.   Look at the starving peasantry in Ireland, (England not much better) at the present time; then if you can realize that but for these worthies, we might now have been a portion of that starving peasantry, can you resist a feeling of respect, love, and veneration, for those who encountering many perils and difficulties, crossed a boistereous Atlantic, not, mind ye, a week or a ten days passage in a capacious and comfortable steamer, but a two or three month passage in a filthy and crowded sailing vessel; conquered the savage, hewed down the forests, and made the country such as we now see it; can you I say fail to cherish their memories and own the name which they have bequeathed to you?."

4Eli Wodell, Wodell Family, Genealogy of a part of the, from 1640 to 1880, p.58, 1880. 8 children and 10 grandchildren listed.


Webster Wodell

1Eli Wodell, Wodell Family, Genealogy of a part of the, from 1640 to 1880, p.58, FHL Film 1020783 Item 6. "A soldier of the Rebellion."


Seth Wodell

1Eli Wodell, Wodell Family, Genealogy of a part of the, from 1640 to 1880, p.58, FHL Film 1020783 Item 6.


Eli Wodell

1Eli Wodell, Wodell Family, Genealogy of a part of the, from 1640 to 1880, 1880, FHL Film 1020783 Item 6. "Our ancestors here were certainly worthy and respectable people in their day; we should love them not simply because they were our ancestors, though that is something; but, because they planted us in this country.   Look at the starving peasantry in Ireland, (England not much better) at the present time; then if you can realize that but for these worthies, we might now have been a portion of that starving peasantry, can you resist a feeling of respect, love, and veneration, for those who encountering many perils and difficulties, crossed a boistereous Atlantic, not, mind ye, a week or a ten days passage in a capacious and comfortable steamer, but a two or three month passage in a filthy and crowded sailing vessel; conquered the savage, hewed down the forests, and made the country such as we now see it; can you I say fail to cherish their memories and own the name which they have bequeathed to you?."

2Eli Wodell, Wodell Family, Genealogy of a part of the, from 1640 to 1880, p.58, 1880. 8 children and 10 grandchildren listed.

3New England Historic Genealogical Society, Massachusetts, Westport, Vital records of, to the year 1850, Boston : New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1918, Birth, FHL 974.485/W1 V28v.

4Eli Wodell, Wodell Family, Genealogy of a part of the, from 1640 to 1880, p. 58, 87. "legal name was Lucy A. Pearce."


Amanda Brightman

1Eli Wodell, Wodell Family, Genealogy of a part of the, from 1640 to 1880, p. 58, 87, FHL Film 1020783 Item 6. "legal name was Lucy A. Pearce."

2Eli Wodell, Wodell Family, Genealogy of a part of the, from 1640 to 1880, 1880. "Our ancestors here were certainly worthy and respectable people in their day; we should love them not simply because they were our ancestors, though that is something; but, because they planted us in this country.   Look at the starving peasantry in Ireland, (England not much better) at the present time; then if you can realize that but for these worthies, we might now have been a portion of that starving peasantry, can you resist a feeling of respect, love, and veneration, for those who encountering many perils and difficulties, crossed a boistereous Atlantic, not, mind ye, a week or a ten days passage in a capacious and comfortable steamer, but a two or three month passage in a filthy and crowded sailing vessel; conquered the savage, hewed down the forests, and made the country such as we now see it; can you I say fail to cherish their memories and own the name which they have bequeathed to you?."

3Eli Wodell, Wodell Family, Genealogy of a part of the, from 1640 to 1880, p.58, 1880. 8 children and 10 grandchildren listed.


Bradford Brightman

1New England Historic Genealogical Society, Massachusetts, Dartmouth, Vital records of, to the year 1850, Boston : New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1929-1930, p.62, FHL 974.485/D1 V28v  v.2.


Rhoda Wodell

1New England Historic Genealogical Society, Massachusetts, Dartmouth, Vital records of, to the year 1850, Boston : New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1929-1930, p.62, FHL 974.485/D1 V28v  v.2.


Benjamin Ryder Wodell

11850 U.S. Census, M432_308 pb 10B, 27 Jul 1850. "Benjamin R. Wodell 25 M Carpenter Massachusetts
Elizabeth Wodell 22 F Massachusetts
Oscar H Wodell 10/12 M Massachusetts."


Pardon or Parson Wodell

1New England Historic Genealogical Society, Massachusetts, Dartmouth, Vital records of, to the year 1850, Boston : New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1929-1930, p.562, FHL 974.485/D1 V28v  v.2.


Elizabeth Reed

1New England Historic Genealogical Society, Massachusetts, Dartmouth, Vital records of, to the year 1850, Boston : New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1929-1930, p.562, FHL 974.485/D1 V28v  v.2.


Joseph Wodell

1New England Historic Genealogical Society, Massachusetts, Dartmouth, Vital records of, to the year 1850, Boston : New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1929-1930, p.563, FHL 974.485/D1 V28v  v.2.


Ann Jones

1New England Historic Genealogical Society, Massachusetts, Dartmouth, Vital records of, to the year 1850, Boston : New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1929-1930, p.563, FHL 974.485/D1 V28v  v.2.