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    • Contributor: Barber, Eunice Miena
    • Date: 1914
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  • Image 6 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant ance... E. MIENA BARBER
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    • Date: 1914
  • Image 7 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant ance... The Wright-Chamberlin Genealogy FROM EMIGRANT ANCESTORS TO PRESENT GENERATIONS Eunice Miena Barber PUBLISHED 19U
    • Contributor: Barber, Eunice Miena
    • Date: 1914
  • Image 8 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant ance... •v Entered according to Act of Congrese, in the year IQIU, by Eunice Miena Barber, in the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington. i t The Vail-Ballou Company Binsrhamton, New York. U.S. A. AUG 271914 ©C1.A380103 T i)
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  • Image 9 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant ance... PEEFACB The descendants of the two brothers, Wright and Moses Cham- berlin, Sr., who were early settlers of Gibson township, Sus- quehanna County, Pennsylvania, had become so scattered that the few descendants remaining in the county knew but little if anything about the other branches of the family. Therefore in the early nineties (1800) the descendants of James, Wright, Asher, Ix)dusky and Charles of...
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  • Image 10 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... PEEFACE and the research made by Joseph Edgar Chamberlin Abner, Joseph^ Joseph,® Eichard,^ Nathaniel®] of Newbury, Ver- mont, I obtained the Chamberlin record back to 1642, and by the aid of Frederick P. Wells of Newbury, Vermont, author of the history of that township, I have obtained the Wright ances- tors back three generations in England and a clue to the de- scendants of...
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  • Image 11 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... TABLE OF CONTENTS SECTION page PAET FIRST BRANCH I. CHAMBERLIN ANCESTORS 1. Richard i Chamberline of Braintree, Mass 1 2. Joseph 2 Chamberline of Sudbury and Oxford, Mass. 4 3. Nathaniel s Chamberline of Oxford, Nobthfield, Mass., and Arlington, N. H 6 BRANCH II. WRIGHT ANCESTORS 1. Ancestors IN England 8 2. Dea. Samuul 1 Wright 9 3. Serg’t Samuel 2 Wright 10 4....
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  • Image 12 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... CONTENTS SECTION PAGE 17. Elizabeth i Chamberlin Hall’s Division 138-145 18. Huldah 1 Chamberlin Brown’s Division 146-147 19. Harriet i Chamberlin Avery’s Division 148-149 BRANCH II. REMEMBRANCES CHAMBERLAIN 150 SECTION 1. Moses i Chamberlin’s Division 153-162 2. A2;tjbah 1 Chamberlin Sawyer’s Division 163-169 3. Elizabeth i Chamberlin Kent’s Division 170-173 4. Mehitable 1 Chamberlin Saunder’s Division 174 5. Moody 1 Chamberlin’s Division 175-178 6....
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  • Image 13 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... CONTENTS SECTION PAGE 3. Eunice A.i Chamberlin Ricker’s Division 334-339 4. Phineas 1 Chamberlin’s Division 340-356 5. Seth i Chamberlin’s Division 357-366 BRANCH III. URIAH 5 CHAMBERLIN 367 BRANCH IV. ER CHAMBERLIN 369 SECTION 1. Hardy’s i Chamberlin’s Division 371-372 2. Reuben’s Chamberlin’s Division 373-374 BRANCH V. NATH ANIAL 5 CHAMBERLIN 375 BRANCH VI. BENJAMIN S CHAMBERLIN 376 SECTION 1. Polly i Chamberlin Corliss’...
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    • Date: 1914
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  • Image 15 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... LIST OF ILLUSTEATIONS E. Miena Barber Frontispiece FACING PAGE Portion of the Oxbow Cemetery, Newbury, Vt. 26 The Wright-Chamberlin Memorial Church 40 Two items from journal of Wright Chamberlin Sr., in his handwriting 55 Capt. Orville T. Chamberlain 62 Mrs. Orville T. Chamberlain 62 A. Nelson Chamberlin 118 Oliver Chamberlin 118 Miss Anna P. Warner and Mrs. Mary C. Clarke 135 John Elliott Chamberlain...
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  • Image 17 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... EXPLANATION From the most remote ancestor of each family, found, to the children of the union of the Wright and Chamberlin families, I have followed only our direct line; but for the descendants of these children I have, as far as possible, followed all lines to the youngest, numbering the generations of each line from their pro- genitor in the union family which were...
    • Contributor: Barber, Eunice Miena
    • Date: 1914
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  • Image 19 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... The Wright -Chamberlin Genealogy PART FIRST Bkanch I PATEKNAL ANCESTOES 1 EICHAED CHAMBEELINE of Braintree, Massachusetts, is first mentioned in New England in the Eegister of Births and Burialls in Braintree from the yeare 1637 until the first month of 1644 wherein is recorded the birth of his son Richard 19 d ;|^Qm 2642 and the same child^s death 25 December following. He removed...
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    • Date: 1914
  • Image 20 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... 2 THE WRIGHT-GHAMBEBLIN GENEALOGY he mentions daughter Sarah, the wife of Eichard Cham- berline.” (1) In 1667, Eichard Chamberline sold his land in Eoxbury and removed to Sudbury, Mass., where he purchased 60 acres of land (at the present village of Wayland) of William Ward of Marlboro for which he received his deed 6 November, 1668. (2) He married as his third wife, 30...
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  • Image 21 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... EICEATtD^ CHAMBERLINE 3 by the said Benjamine with the increase of her propper use and my will is that if the Cowe do live and prosper that my wife after her decease shall return a Cowe again which shall be for the use of my daughter Mehitable, but in case the said Cowe shall die and not bring profit to my wife she shall...
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  • Image 22 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... 4 THE WRIGHT-CHAMBERLIN GENEALOGY this my last will and testament. Signed and sealed in the pres- ence of John Stone, Daniel Wascrnst. his Eichard Chamberline, marke. Debts To Eebecca Chamberline TO John Graves 9. 1 4s 6d Inventory. Valued at Added £139 £25 15s 3s 6d 5d. Eetumed 18 Aprill, 1673. 2 JOSEPH, son of Eichard and Sarah (Bugbee) Chamberline was, probably, bom at...
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  • Image 23 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... JOSEPH^ CEAMBEPLINE 5 The town of Oxford had been founded late in the preceding century by French Huguenots but deserted by them and the successors of the original grantees of the town brought in thirty English families to found a new town. Of Joseph’s children Nathaniel, Ebenezer, and Joseph Jr. were of age and took up land with the other proprietors of Oxford. To...
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    • Date: 1914
  • Image 24 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... 6 THE WRIGHT-CHAMBERLIN GENEALOGY and his wife Hannah, Benjamin Chamberlin and Simon Cham- berlin (children of this Joseph) conveyed to their brother Joseph of Keehamoochaug all their rights in their father’s lots laid out or to be laid out to ye soldiers which were in ye fight commonly called ye Harragansett or Swamp Fight/^ (1) (2) (3) 3 ISTATHAHIEL,^ son of Joseph and Hannah...
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  • Image 25 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... NATHANIEL^ CHAMBERLIN 7 After his escape from captivity, Nathaniel went to Northfield, Mass., a frontier settlement on the Connecticut. In the records of the town meetings of Northfield, entry is made that on 4 March, 1728, ‘liberty of a small piece of land is granted to Nathaniel Chamberlain for his use this year to set up a house and garden spot, up in the...
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  • Image 26 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... PAET FIEST Bbanch II MATERNAL Ojf WEIGHT ANCESTORS IN ENGLAND Arms. Azure, two bars, Argent: in chief three Leopard’s heads Or. Crest. Out of a ducal coronet Or. a dragon’s head proper. John^ Wright of Kelvedon Manor or Kelvedon Hatch, County Essex, England; died in 1551?*; name of wife unknown had sons I. Eobert,^ of the Moat House and Lord of the Manor of...
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  • Image 27 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... DBA. SAMUEL^ WRIGHT 9 2 DEACON SAMUEL WRIGHT of Springfield and North- ampton, the earliest known ancestor in America, was formerly supposed to have been the son of Nathaniel Wright who came to America in the interest of the Winthrop Colony but later genealogists believe he was Samuel,^ son of John* and Emfell Wright of Wrightsbridge, County Essex, England, there- fore half-brother of Nathaniel^...
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  • Image 28 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... 10 THE WRIGHT-CHAMBERLIN GENEALOGY Their children were: I. Benjamin,^ born in 1627; lived in Northampton in 1668 and died in Springfield, October 24, 1704. II. Samuel,^ born about 1629. (See next Division.) III. Hester,^ bom in 1631; married February 18, 1652, Samuel Marshfield. IV. Margaret,^ born about 1633; married, December 8, 1653, Thomas Bancroft. V. Lydia, born in 1635; married, 1st, October 23, 1654,...
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  • Image 29 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... SERGT. SAMUEL^ WRIGHT 11 Captains and Beers was fought in town of Whately Au- gust 25. September 1st the Indians fell upon Deerfield and Thursday, September 2d, on Northfield. It was the season of drying flax and ignorant of what had happened the day before to their neighbors at Deerfield, the people of Northfield went about their work as usual on that morning. The...
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    • Date: 1914
  • Image 30 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... 12 THE WRIGHT-CHAMBEBLIN GENEALOGY III. Benjamin/ born July 13, 1660. (See next division.) IV. Ebenezer,^ born March 20, 1663; was a grantee of North- field in 1682 and deacon. He marri^, 1st, September 26, 1684, Elizabeth, daughter of Zebediah Strong, who died February 17, 1691, and, 2d, December 19, 1691, Hannah, daughter of J onathan Hunt. He died in 1742. v. Elizabeth,® born July...
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  • Image 31 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... CAPT. BENJAMIN^ WEIGHT 13 ister. The house to be 16 x 12 feet.” On March 3, 1718, he was one of a committee appointed to furnish necessities for min- ister; also one of a committee to see about building a meeting- house. March 4, 1717, Capt. Benj. Wright was appointed surveyor of highway and December 17th of same year, he and Ensign Z. Field...
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  • Image 32 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... 14 THE WRIGHT-CHAMBERLIN GENEALOGY ever, is an error. The scout left Deerfield about April 26th^ 1709. Capt. Benjamin Wright’s Scout. ‘^Eever^ Sir After Due Eegards these May Inform you what Lieut. Childs and Mr. Hoit related to me concerning the travails of Capt. Write his Company toward Canada w^ happened to them about that time it is as follows Capt. Write a Small Company...
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  • Image 33 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... CAPT. BENJAMIN^ WEIGHT 15 and fetched in theirs. And he that was Swimming about we Called to Shore to ns. Arid Lent. Childs killed him some of y® men scalped him. And by Information that we had after- wards by the Captives y^ were then in Canada three were killed at the Same Time. And after that Skirmish, we made the best of onr...
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    • Date: 1914
  • Image 34 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... 16 THE WEIGET-CHAMBERLIN GENEALOGY being in 5 Canos 2 being down stream from that which we shot upon, and 2 above, having been at Exeter took 4 captives (men) which they there had with them and those 2 canos y^ was passed by was y® Indians y^ made y® first shoot upon us. And we also received Several Shoots from those y^ were above...
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  • Image 35 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... CAPT. BENJAMIN^ WRIGHT 17 River about 60 miles above Deerfield, which some think Burt. The number of Days we was taking this march was 32 the men’s Names are as follows: Capt. Benj Write of North*®“ Levi^ John Well, killed, of Deer^ Henry Write, of Spring^ Timothy Childs of Deer^ Jon“ Hoit of Deer^ Jabez Olmstead, Deer^ John Burt, Lost, North*®® [John Strong, Northampton,...
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  • Image 36 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... 18 THE WRIGHT-CHAMBEBLIN GENEALOGY During the same year (1709) the Governor of Massachusetts issued an order for scouting parties to hold themselves in readi- ness to invade Canada. Captain Wright sent to him the fol- lowing letter: May it please your excellency Northampton Sept. 19, 1709. With submission and under correction I offer my services to y® Excellency, if that is wisdom you send...
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  • Image 37 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... GAPT. BENJAMIN WRIGHT 19 Partridge writing the Governor the same day advises that Capt. Wright’s party be allowed double pay [5s.] if after 6 or 7 weeks they return with scalps. He fears that the enemy are on our borders and parties of 30 or 40 go out together to their work. Meanwhile Wright’s expedition was settled upon and Kellogg at Northfield and Dwight...
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    • Date: 1914
  • Image 38 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... 20 THE WBIGHT-CHAMBEBLIN GENEALOGY 9. Foul weather in y® forenoon, in y® afterpart of y® day we marched from the mouth of Wells river N. 5 miles. 10. This day we marched West by North 10 miles. 11. We marched to y® upper end of y® 2d pond at the head of Wells river upon a N. W. course 10 miles. About noon this...
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  • Image 39 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... CAPT. BENJAMIN WEIGHT 21 23. Now I gave liberty to some y^ they might return home by reason our provisions was almost spent there appeared 41. the Capt. L^t. Ens. with 12 men marched over y® river at y® foot of y® falls marched 6 miles S. S. W. 3 miles W. y“ came to y® lake marched 6 miles down upon y® Lake...
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  • Image 40 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... 22 THE WRIGHT-CHAMBERLIN GENEALOGY 3 ^our mistake by which you mist those three Indians. I hope you will be more careful for the time to come not to lose such Advantages so the principal design of the chargable march. Having fresh tidings of the Designs of the enemy I now desire direct you with ^1 possible dispatch to set out with your com- pany...
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  • Image 41 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... EEMEMBBANCE^ WRIGHT 23 Children by 2d marriage. VIII. William,^ bom November 26, 1702; Lieutenant; settled in Northfield in 1729 married Sarah and had eight children, two of whom died young. He died Febru- ary 3, 1763. IX. Mary, bom September 7, 1704. X. Experience, born December 9, 1706. 5 REMEMBRANCE,^ son of Benjamin and Thankful (Tay- lor) Wright, bom January 26, 1685; located at...
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  • Image 42 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... PART SECOND MOSES AND JEMIMA (WRIGHT) CHAMBERLIN AND THEIR DESCENDANTS MOSES/ second son of Nathaniel and Elizabeth (Hnnkins) Chamberlin, was bom at Oxford, Massachusetts, 30th March, 1716, and removed with his father to Northfield (same State) about 1728. (Part First, Branch I, 3d Ancestral Family.) 1 3 On 11 April, 1737, Nathaniel Chamberlin of the new town above Northfield called Arlington (now Winchester, N....
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  • Image 43 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... MOSES CHAMBERLIN 25 bandman consideration of forty-six pounds law- ful money paid by Josiah Willard of Winchester in y® province of New Hampshire all that land which was granted to me in the town of Winchester in y® province of New Hamp- shire, by my name being in y® charter of said town; said land being the one half of the original right of...
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  • Image 44 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... 26 THE WRIGHT-CHAMBERLIN GENEALOGY 1779; on a pay roll of Captain Simeon Stevens’ Company, cov- ering the period from May, 1779, to May 21, 1781; and on a pay roll of Captain Frye Bayley’s Company, from May, 1781, to the end of the war, which roll shows periods of service of 1 month, 21 days, and 1 month and 10 days, respectively. The records...
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  • Image 45 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... 05 05 P2 eg 03 a -4-3 P •4^ o P X CO X *a X o O h u O 0) 0) C5 O •4^ CQ (D 0? C5 O Tt^ a s Jm OO j 2 ?3 i-H S S O 4^ S ft C X a to Q rCj c3 05 O O) C o o -4-S C o cS T^...
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  • Image 46 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... WV. Vf-*, .1* T’.K V 5ps ,y.i .T *n*J PWJ i 1^/ f.4 M r 4 j V V* rs JA V M t c^-rr“ ■ri 7*»;«, :n\ I V-. .V A I j.y‘ •■‘;5 s2 I’ ft v v 1-1 T 1 ,A-; s. Sat? ’V. v _ _ ,..f r^j _ I JKA.fg: •i t 1 1 n \r 4i V 4....
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  • Image 47 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... MOSES CHAMBERLIN 27 1788, aged 52 years, and 3d, in October, 1789, James Corliss, then of Haverhill, K. H., but later of Greens- boro, Vt. On her 100th birthday, they made a party to celebrate the event. There were so many present they were obliged to go to the church for room. She took cold and died October 4, 1840, and was buried in...
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  • Image 48 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... 28 THE WniGET-CHAMBEELIN GENEALOGY PATERNAL SURNAME As from this point I wish to give the descendants of each son of Moses and Jemima (Wright) Chamberlain separately, I will begin each division with the record of its own progenitor in the foregoing family. Perhaps, before taking up the record of descendants of the 5th generation, it would be best to refer to the spelling of...
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    • Date: 1914
  • Image 49 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... PART SECOND Branch I WEIGHT CHAMBERLIN AND DESCENDANTS WEIGHT/ fourth son and eighth child of Moses Chamber- lin [Nathaniel/ Joseph/ Richard^] and his wife, Jemima* (Wright) [Remembrance, Benjamin,® Serg. Samuel,® Dea. Sam- uel was born in Litchfield Co., Connecticut, June 14, 1757, where, according to his diary, he lived, except about one year and eight montlis that he spent in the state of Vermont,...
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  • Image 50 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... 30 THE WRIGHT-CHAMBEELIN GENEALOGY Woodruff and W. by land of Elizabeth Johnson. Whole of the 2 pieces 5 A. 22 E.‘ 30th May 1792. Janies and Betsey Morris witnesses. Wright Chamberlin, for £10 16s., deeds a piece of land in South Farms to Amaziah Johnson. 14th December 1793. Wright Chamberlin for £24 10s. and £60 deeds a piece of land in South Farms to...
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  • Image 51 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... WEIGHT^ CHAMBERLIN 31 Partners* Mr. John Tyler persuaded me to purchase a posses- sion there. On February 29, 1796, 1 arrived with my family at Nine Part- ners where I staid until May when I sold my farm at Hopbot- tom and bought a farm on Putts Hill f of Joshua Jay but did not move my family until August 25 (1796) where I...
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  • Image 52 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... 32 THE WRIGHT-CHAMBERLIN GENEALOGY stopped at Great Bend to visit his daughter Lodusky Jackson, where they arrived October 17th and remained over night. A few years later he made another visit to north central New York accompanied by his daughter Electia and his son Oliver and wife, arriving at his son Julius’ when the snow lay deep upon the ground. On June 1, 1842,...
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  • Image 53 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... WEIGHT^ CHAMBERLIN 33 Children by 2d marriage, all bom in Gibson, Susquehanna Co., Penn. IX. Eunice, bom August 27, 1798; married Amos, son of Amos and Jemima (Chamberlin) Johnson of Connecti- cut. (For his mother see Part First, Branch I, Fam- ily 5, and III child.) They lived many years in La- fayette, Onondaga Co., N. Y., where they died leaving no descendants. They...
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    • Date: 1914
  • Image 54 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... 34 THE WRIGHT-CHAMBERLIN GENEILOGY enlisted for three months in Company D. 35 P. V. I. under Captain Halsey of Montrose, and after coming home at the end of this time, re-enlisted in January, 1864, in Company H., 71st P. V. I., under Captain Smith, and was in active service for about a year in Virginia and around Petersburg. He is a member of the...
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  • Image 55 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... WEIGHT^ CEAMBEELIN 35 The following Fourth of July oration was written by Wright Chamberlin, Sr., and it is believed by the descendants of his son Milo, who have treasured the original document for many years, that he was the author and deliverer of it. There is no date mentioned but the condition of our country described therein corresponds with the condition of affairs of...
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    • Date: 1914
  • Image 56 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... 36 THE WRIGHT-CHAMBERLIN GENEALOGY on board Some vessels Lying in the Harbour loaded with tea, and threw it overboard, but full Eestitution was offered in money For all the Damage done to privit or public property by the poe- ple of Boston but it semes that a Quarrel was intended and Even sought by the king and parliment of England against the Colo- nies,...
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    • Date: 1914
  • Image 57 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... WRIGHT^ CHAMBERLIN 37 and to Add to the Dreadfull scene of battle, and the better to keep themselves out of sight of our people untill they arrived near the battle ground they set Charles Town on tire. Here a Catas- trophe took place as yet unknown to america all the women and Children flying in wild Dispare from their half Consumed homes amidst the...
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    • Date: 1914
  • Image 58 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... 38 THE WRIGHT-CHAMBERLIN GENEALOGY Agitated betwixt the Alternate wave of hope and fear. When taking a vew of our then posture of affairs who could help ask- ing with Painful solicitude what will be the End of these things, but propicious Heaven smiled and gave us the Victory And Crowned our Exertion with success. Two British Generals with their armies viz. Burgoyn Cornwallis were...
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  • Image 59 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... WEIGHT^ CEAMBEELIN 39 to be decided. Hale ye Illustrious Patriots Who dared in defi- ance of a host of foes with all their Vengence pointed at your devoted heads, appealing To the supreme Judge of the world for the Rectitude of your intentions Declared that these Colonies were and of Right ought to be free and independent states and did Pledge their Lives and...
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  • Image 60 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... 40 TEE WRIGHT-CHAMBERLIN GENEALOGY Daughters of america: Here is ample occasion for the dis- play of your patriotism; let the needle and the distaff never be considerd disgraceful implements in your hands. Let your minds be stored with Knoledge. Encourage your Children by example of industry, temperance and fortitude. Let Eeligion and morality be ever considered as the only sure suport of our Happy...
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    • Date: 1914
  • Image 61 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... CO u o ^QO A m 00 cC S O) d S a^ 0) cd cS O 03 P a; fl d a c3 pH «3 a A 0) C 3 r^ o P^ U) M S ^o h^ HH ■P^ o (D O «fH ;-i P4 MO OS S Pi S S sst “Si 0) fCS fS os CO qT 1=:^^ CD m...
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  • Image 62 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... •v^ V 4 =5 f I 4^4 r 1 -%f?9 .y- bSl^-^’ *ivvv I*- ,r- ^-y- -’v^ 1 i ^T 3^ ’WSw- t f T ^.T I ti 4 rm i ^k 4.. m 3 r;., X- •V -if i-r. I J.» r •^v i rV I f T* f -I V T. j :\v i O JJ t I vSt -7^ j, t...
    • Contributor: Barber, Eunice Miena
    • Date: 1914
  • Image 63 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... PAET SECOND, BRANCH I SECTION 1 JAMES CHAMBERLIN^S DIVISION. (Wright®) JAMES/ eldest son of Wright and Hannah (Heath) Cham- berlin, born in Litchfield, Conn., February 18, 1783; remoyed with his parents to Gibson, Susquehanna Co., Penn., in 1796, where, in his maturer years, he engaged in farming. He is given as the head of a family in Gibson township in 1807 and in 1833,...
    • Contributor: Barber, Eunice Miena
    • Date: 1914
  • Image 64 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... 42 THE WRIGHT-CHAMBERLIN GENEALOGY maternal grandfather, Garrett Snedeker, was a na- tive of Holland. At one time Mr, Johnston with his brothers, David and Andrew, engaged in the lum- ber business, operating the McKinney sawmill, situ- ated two miles south of Halstead, Penn. They hauled the sawed lumber to Hale’s Eddy on the Delaware River and sent it on rafts down the river to...
    • Contributor: Barber, Eunice Miena
    • Date: 1914
  • Image 65 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... JAME8 DIV., SD GEN. FROM WRIGHT 43 14, 1876, Ida Brower, born December 6, 1856; died December 12, 1903. It was at his home near Gib- son, that a few descendants of Wright Chamberlin Sr., first met in 1892 to organize for holding annual gatherings but as so few assembled no officers were elected until the following year when they met again at his...
    • Contributor: Barber, Eunice Miena
    • Date: 1914
  • Image 66 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... 44 THE WRIGHT-CHAMBEELIN GENEALOGY keeping at the Binghamton Business College in 1894. For several years she held a position with the Grand Union Tea Co. of Binghamton, N. Y., but after the death of her stepmother, July 3, 1902, she remained at home until her death, June 3, 1907. Such affec- tion as existed between this daughter and her step- mother is seldom found,...
    • Contributor: Barber, Eunice Miena
    • Date: 1914
  • Image 67 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... JAMES^ DIV„ J^TE GEN, FROM WRIGHT^ 45 1883, Lizzie Bennett; died February 18, 1899. Fam- ily 1, next gen. 2 II. Katie, born August 31, 1863 a seamstress married, De- cember, 1882, N. Gr. Brower, born February 23, 1861 was a blacksmith at Homer, K. Y., where he was killed by the cars July 19, 1902. Family 2, next gen. Family 2. Child of...
    • Contributor: Barber, Eunice Miena
    • Date: 1914
  • Image 68 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... 46 THE WRIGHT-CHAMBERLIN GENEALOGY Family 5. Children of Henry D. and L. Serlinda® (Chamberlin) [Tully,^ James Wright®] BINGHAM. (7th of 3d gen.) 16 I* Edith, born December 3, 1853 died October 7, 1859. 17 II. Ada, liorn June 14, 1855; married, January 15, 1873, A. A. Farnworth, bom July 17, 1849; a farmer of Owatonna, Minnesota. Family 7, next gen. 18 III. Clarence A.,...
    • Contributor: Barber, Eunice Miena
    • Date: 1914
  • Image 69 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... JAME8’ Diy., UTR gen. FROM WRIGHT 47 panions from a nutting expedition and walking on the K. K. track. Family 9. Children of Ira and Phoebe A.* (Chamberlin) [James,* James Wright 5] PICKERING. (12th of 3d gen.) 28 I. Mary, born in 1871; married in 1888, John Bailey, a farmer, born in 1858 live near South Gibson, Penn. Family 11, next gen. 29 II....
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    • Date: 1914
  • Image 70 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... 48 THE WniGHT-CHAMBEBLIN GENEALOGY Family 2. Children of S. G. and Katie* (Tiffany) [Hannah,* Silas,* James Wright BKOWEE. (2d of 4th gen.) 6 I. Fred, bom Febmary 7, 1884. 7 II. Iva, born January 10, 1888. 8 III. Clara, born February 6, 1894. 9 IV. Harry, bom January 2, 1899. Family 3. Children of Orrin* [Silas Orville,* Tully,* James Wright®] and Josie (Jackson) CHAMBERLIN....
    • Contributor: Barber, Eunice Miena
    • Date: 1914
  • Image 71 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... JAMES DIV,, 5TE GEN. FROM WRIGHT 49 20 II. Myrtie, born May 3, 1878; married, October 1, 1898^ Harold Nelson, born March 21, 1870; engineer at St. Paul, Minn. Family 1, next gen. 21 III. Mark, bom August 17, 1881; civil engineer on J. C. E. E. is road-master on Omaha division and lives at Fort Dodge, Iowa. 22 IV. Ethel, bom September 13,...
    • Contributor: Barber, Eunice Miena
    • Date: 1914
  • Image 72 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... 50 THE WRIGHT-CEAMBEBLIN GENEALOGY Family 13. Child of John H. and Mary E.* (Chamberlin) [John D.,* James,* James Wright EOWE. (35th .of 4th gen.) 35 I. Marion. Sth Generation from Wright.^ Family 1. Child of Harold and Myrtie (Farn worth) [Ada,* L. Serlinda,* Tully,* James Wright NELSON. (20th of 5th gen.) 1 I. Albert, born August 16, 1899.
    • Contributor: Barber, Eunice Miena
    • Date: 1914
  • Image 73 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... PART SECOND, BRANCH I SECTION 2 JULIUS 1 CHAMBEKLINS DIVISION. (Wright®) JULIUS/ second son of Wright® and Hannah (Heath) Chamberlin, born in Litchfield, Conn., March 23, 1784; re- moved with his father to Gibson, Penn., in 1796; married, Oc- tober 29, 1811, Electia Cole of Lafayette, N. Y., born January 26, 1790 died October 5, 1856. They lived in Lafayette where all their children...
    • Contributor: Barber, Eunice Miena
    • Date: 1914
  • Image 74 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... 52 THE WRIGHT-CHAMBERLIN GENEALOGY Sd Generation from Wright.^ Family 1. Children of Washington S.* [Julius Wright and A. Lovina (Andrews) CHAMBEKLIN. (1st of 2d gen.) 1 I. Inez A., born August 3, 1849 died at Bed Creek, N. Y., May 5, 1872. 2 II. Harvey Andrew, born in Wayne Co., H. Y., June 7, 1850. When but a lad of 13 years, he started...
    • Contributor: Barber, Eunice Miena
    • Date: 1914
  • Image 75 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... JULIUS DIV., JfTH GEN. FROM WRIGHT 53 1898 and in 1902 was employed as baggage-master by the N. Y. C. H. E. K. Co. at Albany, N. Y. Family 3, next gen. Jkth Generation from Wright. Family 1. Children of Harvey A.® [Washington,^ Julius^ Wright®] and Celia L. (Smith) CHAMBEELAIN. (2d of 3d gen.) 1 I. C. Adelbert, born December 2, 1875; armory engineer...
    • Contributor: Barber, Eunice Miena
    • Date: 1914
  • Image 76 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... PAET SECOND, BRANCH I SECTION 3 MILO CHAMBERLIN’S DIVISION. (Wright MILO/ third son of Wright and Hannah (Heath) Cham- berlin, born in Litchfield, Conn., October 22, 1785, but removed to Gribson, Susquehanna Co., Penn., with his father’s family in 1796. On May 10, 1807, he married Sarah, daughter of Calvin Cole of Lafayette, N. Y., and sister of Electia Cole, wife of Julius Chamberlin,...
    • Contributor: Barber, Eunice Miena
    • Date: 1914
  • Image 77 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc...
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    • Date: 1914
  • Image 78 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... TWO ITEMS FROM JOURNAL OF WRIGHT CHAMBERLIN, SR. IN HIS HAND WRITING
    • Contributor: Barber, Eunice Miena
    • Date: 1914
  • Image 79 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... MILO’8 DIV., 2D GEN. FROM WRIGHT 55 was also that of his brother Asher, who felt somewhat annoyed at the joke, so upon Mr. Chamberlin’s departure for the home of their eldest brother, J ames, Asher arrayed himself in another suit and by going across lots reached the home of James first and completed his plans. When our subject arrived Asher was introduced by...
    • Contributor: Barber, Eunice Miena
    • Date: 1914
  • Image 80 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... 56 THE WEIGHT-CEAMBEELIN GENEALOGY He married, 2d, October 31, 1853, Lydia Par- meter, born October 31, 1818 survived him twelve years and died September 15, 1879. She and her daughter Caroline were among the thirteen persons that composed the first Episcopal confirmation class in Elkhart, April 26, 1868. He died July 19, 1867, and was buried with all the honor peculiar to the organization...
    • Contributor: Barber, Eunice Miena
    • Date: 1914
  • Image 81 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... MILO’ 8 DIV., 2D GEN. FROM WRIGHT^ 57 2 II. Sarah E., bom July 6, 1810; married, July 2, 1834, John Chappell died in April, 1845. Family 3, next gen. 3 III. Hannah, born May 18, 1812; married in 1832, a Mr. Gardner; died Febmary 22, 1833. 4 IV. Sophronia, bom August 11, 1814 died September 23, 1822. 5 V. Philip Church, born December...
    • Contributor: Barber, Eunice Miena
    • Date: 1914
  • Image 82 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... 58 THE WRIGHT-CHAMBERLIN GENEALOGY Rites, in Oriental Consistory in Chicago, April, 1866. He was thrice elected master of Excelsior Lodge, No. 97, Freeport, 111.; in 1860, 1861, 1862; elected high priest of Freeport Chapter, No. 23, R. A. M., December, 1863 elected eminent commander of Freeport Commandery, No. 7, Knight Templar in December, 1865; elected commander-in-chief of Freeport Consistory in 1869 and served three...
    • Contributor: Barber, Eunice Miena
    • Date: 1914
  • Image 83 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... MILO’S DIV., 2D GEN. FROM WRIGHT 59 the Grand I^odge in October. He was again ordered by Grand Master Bromwell, G. M. Turner’s suc- cessor, to visit Chicago and open a School of In- struction and inspect the lodges, and he was in- vested with authority to close all lodges found will- fully working unauthorized work. He entered upon these duties with great reluctance...
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    • Date: 1914
  • Image 84 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... 60 THE WRIGHT-CHAMBERLIN GENEALOGY Lea; took a deep interest in all charitable and tem- perance movements and ever sought to build up and do good. Was a member of several ladies’ societies, among them The Ladies’ Home Study Class; was an honorary life member of the American Board of Commissioners of Foreign Mission; and the W. C. T. U.; the Home and Foreign Missionary...
    • Contributor: Barber, Eunice Miena
    • Date: 1914
  • Image 85 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... MILO 8 DIV„ SD GEN, FROM WRIGHT 61 (at Beloit, Wis.), in 1856; took a position as teacher in a Wisconsin Institution for the Deaf and Dumb. In 1869 he accepted a call as Superintendent of the Louisiana Institution for the Deaf and Blind in Baton Rouge and in 1877, he moved onto his sugar plantation situated about eleven miles from Baton Rouge where...
    • Contributor: Barber, Eunice Miena
    • Date: 1914
  • Image 86 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... 63 THE WRIGHT-CHAMBERLIN GENEALOGY try; was made orderly sergeant and afterwards suc- cessively promoted 2d Lieutenant, 1st Lieutenant and Captain of his Company. On the field of Chickamauga, the Seventy-fourth and Tenth Indiana had been lying in the outer trenches under constant fire. Five lines of Confed- erate Infantry were lined up against one in the trenches and the Unionists were not only outnum-...
    • Contributor: Barber, Eunice Miena
    • Date: 1914
  • Image 87 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... CAPT. ORVILLE T. CHAMBERLAIN
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    • Date: 1914
  • Image 88 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... V .-9 ’tf 4 r r i ‘f e- :jr fi- A P*-.- i-::p-T%* I I* _ V vl .-l’ T W V .i j-i/ ’.v t;- ]5ji V- Wfi:^ I V ir 3ft p5i3?^ iir t? VA 1 j^ r 1 -^v i r •-n^ V p 5*. t *nn s V|. I _s5.„ :7i Cv V: C _ ^VtiF ii.. ^*^4 ‘A-...
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    • Date: 1914
  • Image 89 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... MRS. ORVILLE T. CHAMBERLAIN
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    • Date: 1914
  • Image 90 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... t ,4?:^ J\ #V J K 1 p I V A I J rt .«4 fW S. r M*. H 9 ^:i t 4 Si A i ,i M?. v 1 _■ i»: ,J. J V -al* ■‘if ,*r I- r t •’l -V V I i k r •J* C. I r 4 i f IjlQ
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    • Date: 1914
  • Image 91 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... MILO 8 DIV., SB GEN. FROM WRIGHT^ 63 held most of the time during the remainder of the war. He participated in the Crab Orchard, Nash- ville, Tullalioma, Chattanooga, and the Atlanta cam- paigns, in Sherman^s March to the sea, the March through the Carolinas and in the Grand Eeview in Washington at the close of the war. Believing that he could serve his...
    • Contributor: Barber, Eunice Miena
    • Date: 1914
  • Image 92 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... 64 THE WRIGHT-CHAMBERLIN GENEALOGY 3 III. Sarah Minerva, born August 29, 1844; married, Octo- ber 17, 1865, Jacob S. Brown, born at W. Almond, Allegany Co., N. Y., March 22, 1829; a druggist and real estate dealer in LaGrange, Ind. He died suddenly October 27, 1906. Family 2, next gen. 4 IV. Tully, bom March 11, 1848 was conductor on Tmckee E. E. from...
    • Contributor: Barber, Eunice Miena
    • Date: 1914
  • Image 93 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... MILO^B DIV., 3D GEN. PROM WRIGHT 65 Family 4. Children of Milo D.^ [Milo Wright and Louisa V. (Love- land) CHAMBERLIN. (8th of 2d gen.) 11 I. Jennie Virginia, married Harry L. Carney. Family 6, next gen. 12 II. Albert Milo was at one time located in Galesburg, Knox Co., 111., where he was associated as partner with a Mr. Spear and conducted a...
    • Contributor: Barber, Eunice Miena
    • Date: 1914
  • Image 94 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... 66 THE WRIGHT-CHAMBERLIN GENEALOGY course of interpretative lectures. After qualifying herself for teaching, Miss Briggs spent some time in giving private instruction and as church organist, when she accepted the position of director of music in the Presbyterian College at Albert Lea, Minnesota, which she held for several years, greatly advancing and building up the department during her term of service. After a year...
    • Contributor: Barber, Eunice Miena
    • Date: 1914
  • Image 95 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... MILOVS DIV., 8D gen FROM WRIGHT 67 man at Ellis, Minn., in 1898 or ’9 but in 1911 was editor of the Starbuck Times, Starbuck, Minn. He is an earnest Prohibition worker. 21 V. Mary Lena, born May 22, 1869; teacher of music; mar- ried September 20, 1899, Harry Sherman, born De- cember 25, 1868 a baker of Winnebago City, Minn. In 1911, lived...
    • Contributor: Barber, Eunice Miena
    • Date: 1914
  • Image 96 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... 68 THE, WBIGHT-CHAMBEIiLlN GENEALOGY 33 IV. William, bom at Delavan, Wisconsin, April 6, 1866, was in the employ of W. W. Williamson, a real es- tate dealer in Colorado Springs for seven years; be- gan service with the Union Water Co. of Denver, Colorado, about 1901, where he still remains (1911). Married, July 2, 1904, Fannie Walker, who was bom at Hillsboro, Highland Co.,...
    • Contributor: Barber, Eunice Miena
    • Date: 1914
  • Image 97 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... MILOVS BIY., 4TH GEN. FROM WRIGHT 69 acquaintance but also experience in the various lines of business tributary to a trust company rarely equaled. Family 2. Children of Jacob S. and Sarah M.® (Chamberlain) [Joseph W./ Milo Wright BEOWN. 3d of 3d gen. 2 I. Frederick; J., born August 11, 1871 married, June 29, 1899, Mary Catharine Koy, born October 2, 1873. He is...
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    • Date: 1914
  • Image 98 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... 70 THE WRIGHT-CHAMBERLIN GENEALOGY 8 V. Carlotta Chamberlain, bom October 21, 1884; occu- pied (1905) a responsible position in the diamond store of Jacob C. Sipe of Indianapolis. Family 4. Child of John L. and Caroline E.® (Chamberlain) [Joseph W.,^- Milo^— Wright®] BOTTORFF. (6th of 3d gen.) 9 I. Joseph L., born June 10, 1875; married^ October 12, 1897, Inez Bentz,, born August 1,...
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    • Date: 1914
  • Image 99 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant anc... MIL0^8 DIV., J^TH GEN, FROM WRIGHT^ 71 Family 10. Child of William H. and Helen L.® (Chamberlin) [Milo D.,^ Milo Wright®] SPENCER. (15th of 3d gen.) 18 I. Edwin C., now dead. Family 11. Children of Charles A.® [Helena A.,^ Milo Wright and Nettie (Pickett) BRIGGS. (17th of 3d gen.) 19 I. Hazel A., bom January 12, 1888. 20 II. Rollin P., bom August...
    • Contributor: Barber, Eunice Miena
    • Date: 1914
  • Image 100 of The Wright-Chamberlin genealogy from emigrant an... 72 THE WRIGHT-CHAMBERLJN GENEALOGY Family 3. Children of Alfred and Ettie* (Clark) [Martha/ Sarah E./ Milo Wright STEBBINS. (10th of 4th gen.) 7 I. Harry^ dead. 8 II. Edith, bom in 1880.
    • Contributor: Barber, Eunice Miena
    • Date: 1914