Generation 3

8. DAVID3 LARCOM (Cornelius2, Mordecai1 Sr.) was born on 28 Oct 1701 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts. He died before 25 Apr 1775 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts. He married LUCY DOWNING. She was born on 29 Nov 1706 in Gloucester, Essex, Massachusetts. She died on 18 Jan 1750 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts. He married (2) MARY on 28 Feb 1751 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts. She was born on 11 Nov 1711 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts. She died on 22 Jan 1797 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts. He married an unknown spouse on 22 Jan 1723 in Beverly,,MA,USA.

Notes for David Larcom:

Mass. David name derived from the meaning ‘well-beloved, dear’ from Biblical “Old Testament David.”

David Larcom succeeded to his father’s estate. No record has been found of any deed between father and son, but David began early to purchase land, most of which would be of advantage to his father’s estate. He married, January 22, 1723, Lucy Downing who died Jan. 18, 1750. He purchased much land in Manchester, Beverly Commons (Mackaroll Cove Cow Pasture); some purchased from Benjamin Balch’s heirs.chosen Juror for the Interior Court. On March 11, 1746/47, he was chosen again Surveyor of Highways, with seven others, and on March 15, 1747/48, he was chosen Constable for Mackerel Cove Ward, one of three, to collect the Province tax assessed in Beverly, by commission from the “Treasurer & Receiver-General of His Majesty’s Province, William Foye, Esq.” 20

David Larcom’s sons Cornelius and Benjamin (below) were both lost at sea while on a voyage between Beverly and the West Indies, according to the Family tradition. Papers still preserved show that David had been surety for 120 pounds on loan made by Cornelius from the famous Thomas Hutchinson, and that this became a serious financial trouble for David (after the death of his son), as the piling up of the interest made repayment difficult. This may account for the sale of the two negro boys (below) and possible others, whose deeds of sale have not come to light. David died in April, 1775, intestate, and was buried on the 25 of the month.21

David Larcom and Lucy Downing had the following children:

i. ABIGAIL4 LARCOM (daughter of David Larcom and Lucy Downing) was born on 26 Nov 1724 in Beverly,,MA,USA. She died in 1771 in Beverly,,MA,USA. She married Samuell Harris Jr. on 06 Oct 1742 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts.

ii. MARGARET LARCOM (daughter of David Larcom and Lucy Downing) was born on 04 Jul 1726 in Beverly,,MA,USA. She died on 05 May 1748 in Beverly,,MA,USA. She married John Morgan Jr. on 25 Dec 1746 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts.

iii. SUSANNA LARCOM (daughter of David Larcom and Lucy Downing) was born on 01 Jan 1728 in Beverly,,MA,USA. She died on 15 Oct 1812 in Beverly,,MA,USA. She married Malachi Woodberry on 27 Feb 1752 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts. He was born in 1727.

10. iv. CORNELIUS LARCOM (son of David Larcom and Lucy Downing) was born on 21 Jan 1729 in Beverly,,MA,USA. He died in Mar 1754 in Guadaloupe,,,West Indies. He married Abigail Elliot (daughter of John Elliott and Hannah Waldron) on 19 Jun 1752 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts. She was born on 15 Jun 1729 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States. She died in 1810 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, USA.

v. DAVID LARCOM (son of David Larcom and Lucy Downing) was born on 27 Mar 1732 in Beverly,,MA,USA. He died in Jan 1760 in New York, United States. He married MARY HERRICK WEST. He married (2) ANNA BATCHHELDER on 05 Aug 1732.

Notes for David Larcom:

Married Anna Batchelder, August 5, 1732, widow of John Bryant. After his wife’s death, he married again to Mary Herrick West, widow of Thomas West, daughter of Capt. Henry Herrick. Mary Herrick West brought into the family the first slave, Juno. Capt. Henry Herrick who, dying in 1755, left by will made in 1754 to “my daughter Mary Larcom Thirteen pounds six shillings & eight pence with a negro girl now living with her named Juno.” In 1756 Juno was married to Jethro, “servant” of Jeffrey Thistle, and had by him twelve children. Two deeds of sale of two of these children are preserved; one is printed in the Essex Institute of Historical Collections, vol. xxxiv, p. 205; the other is among the collections of the Beverly Historical Society. The first of these sales is dated July 30, 1757, and shows that “one Negro boy named Sesar aged about seven year” was sold for 30 pounds 6 shillings and 3 pence to Thomas Davis, shoreman of Beverly. The second records the sale of “Negro Boy named Reuben Aged about Twelve years” to James Thistle for 46 pounds 13 shillings and 4 pence on April 6, 1773.

An excerpt from “Old Days at Beverly Farms” by Mary Larcom Dow:

The next house east of the station, on the other side of the road was a tumble down old house innocent of paint, and black with age, inhibited by three old African women – named Chloe Turner, Phillis Cave and Nancy Milan, all widows.

The house, after the railroad cut it off from the main road, was so near the track that one could almost step from the rock doorstep to the rails, and the old crazy structure shook every time an infrequent train passed; we had four trains to Boston daily then. I remember how the old house smelt and how the rickety stairs creaked under one’s feet.

When my great-great-grandfather David Larcom married the widow of John West, and brought her into his home (now the Gordon Dexter place) she brought with her as part of her dower, a negro woman, a remarkable character, named Juno Freeman. This woman was the mother of a large family. Mary Herrick West’s father was a Captain Herrick and he brought Juno, a slave from North Carolina, in his ship.

Juno’s children took the Larcom name and remained as slave property in the Larcom family, till, in my great-grandfather’s time they were sold. My Uncle Rufus told me that this ancestor, Jonathan Larcom, was sharp, and, hearing that all slaves in Massachusetts were to be freed, sold his.

The old house I have mentioned was given to Juno Larcom, it being on the land known as the “gate pasture” and in after years, when Mr. Franklin Haven wanted to open an avenue there, he took a land rent from my step-father David Larcom, had the old house torn down, and put a little house for Nancy Milan (who was then the only survivor of the old widows) right by my piazza, on the east side, and there Aunt Milan died peacefully in the spring of 1869.

Aunt Milan’s mother Phillis Cave, was brought to Danvers in the boot of Judge Cave’s chaise, and afterword somehow drifted to Beverly. Judge Cave’s daughter, Maria Cummins, wrote the “Lamplighter” a book of great popularity in this region, in her day. Phillis worked in the best of Beverly families, the Rantouls, Endicotts, and others, and used to walk to Beverly, work all day, and walk home at night. I remember wondering if all the washing she did made the palms of her hands so much whiter than the rest of her.

Aunt Chloe and Aunt Milan were pretty lazy old things, but everybody liked them and contributed good naturedly to their support. After Aunt Milan came down to live by us, Mr. Asa Larcom and my step-father furnished a good deal of her living, and the town gave her fifty cents a week. She never could hear of the poor house. Wherever Aunt Chloe got the candy and nuts she always had on hand for children, I cannot imagine. She wore a pumpkin hood (a headgear made of wadded woolen or silk, with a little black frill), and the Brazil nuts used to be taken out of the back of the hood. My brother David said he used to eat candy from the same receptacle, but then he was a Larcom and had imagination!

The old brick meeting house had a wooden bench built upstairs near the choir, and there these three black person’s sat, every Sunday thro’ their peaceful lives. I think that was a pretty low down trick of those old Baptists, particularly as the ladies in question always sat at our tables.

vi. BENJAMIN LARCOM (son of David Larcom and Lucy Downing) was born on 07 Apr 1735 in Beverly,,MA,USA. He died on 16 Jun 1776 in Beverly, Massachusetts.

11. vii. LUCY LARCOM (daughter of David Larcom and Lucy Downing) was born on 05 Apr 1737 in Beverly,,MA,USA. She died in 1805 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts. She married (1) JAMES CAVANAUGH on 30 Nov 1760. He died in 1763 in Boston,,MA,USA. She married (2) ROBERT EDWARDS on 08 Jun 1765. He was born about 1737. He died on 14 Oct 1815 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts (Age: 80).

12. viii. HANNAH LARCOM (daughter of David Larcom and Lucy Downing) was born on 15 Dec 1738 in Beverly, Essex, MA. She died on 04 Nov 1832 in Beverly, Massachusetts. She married Jacob Woodberry (son of Ezra Woodberry and Anne Babcock) on 05 Nov 1761 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts. He was born on 31 May 1741 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, USA (Age: 0). He died on 19 Mar 1779 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, USA.

ix. THANKFUL LARCOM (daughter of David Larcom and Lucy Downing) was born in 1741 in Beverly,,MA,USA. She died on 20 Aug 1825 in Beverly, Massachusetts. She married Benjamin Presson (son of William Presson and Mary Raymond) on 14 Jul 1767 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts. He was born on 23 Jan 1740 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, USA (Age: 0).

13. x. JONATHAN LARCOM (son of David Larcom and Lucy Downing) was born on 30 Apr 1742 in Beverly,,MA,USA (Age: 0). He died on 14 Mar 1778 in Guadaloupe,,,West Indies (Lost at Sea). He married (1) ABIGAIL OBER (daughter of Thomas Ober and Abigail Pitman) in Beverly, Massachusetts. She was born on 31 Mar 1744 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, USA (Age: 0). She died on 01 May 1815 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, USA (Age: 72). He married an unknown spouse on 12 May 1763 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts.

xi. ASA LARCOM (son of David Larcom and Lucy Downing) was born in 1750 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, USA. He died in 1779. He married Sarah Hurlburt on 22 Nov 1767 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts.

Revolutionary WarNotes for Asa Larcom:

In the War of the Revolution, Private, Capt. Moses Brown’s (7th) co., Col John Glover’s (14th) regt.; copies of pay abstracts for Feb. Jul. and Aug., 1776, enlisted Jan. 30th, 1776. Source: Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution, 17 Vols. Volume 9
page 511

David Larcom and Mary had the following child:

14. xii. HENRY LARCOM (son of David Larcom and Mary) was born on 17 Sep 1751 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States (Age: 0). He died on 05 Jul 1780 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts (Age: 28). He married Priscilla Woodbury (daughter of Robert III Woodbury and Hannah Preston) on 24 Nov 1774 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States. She was born on 28 Aug 1753 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States (Age: 0). She died on 25 Sep 1831 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States.

9. WILLIAM STANDLEY (Rebecca2 Larcom, Mordecai1 Larcom Sr.,Jonathan Stanley, George Standley) was born on 31 Aug 1700 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States (Age: 0). He died on 17 Oct 1778 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States (Age: 78). He married Hannah Stone on 02 Sep 1724 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts. She was born on 24 May 1702 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, USA. She died in 1752 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States (Age: 50).

William Standley and Hannah Stone had the following children:

i. HANNAH STANDLEY (daughter of William Standley and Hannah Stone) was born on 27 Jul 1725 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States.

ii. SANDS STANLEY (son of William Standley and Hannah Stone) was born in 1726 in New Bern, Craven, North Carolina, United States. He died on 19 Nov 1799 in Darlington, Darlington, South Carolina, United States.

iii. KEZIAH STANDLEY (daughter of William Standley and Hannah Stone) was born on 16 Feb 1726 in MA, Essex, Massachusetts, United States.

iv. JOHN STANDLEY (son of William Standley and Hannah Stone) was born on 01 May 1730 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States. He died in 1751.

v. WILLIAM STANDLEY (son of William Standley and Hannah Stone) was born on 13 Sep 1733 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States. He died in Jun 1818 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States.

vi. HANNAH STANDLEY (daughter of William Standley and Hannah Stone) was born on 17 Sep 1733 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States.

vii. RICHARD STANDLEY (son of William Standley and Hannah Stone) was born on 27 Mar 1737 in Essex, England. He died on 11 Feb 1823 in Francestown, Hillsborough, New Hampshire, United States.

viii. DAVID STANDLEY (son of William Standley and Hannah Stone) was born on 04 Sep 1743 in Essex, England. He died on 03 Jul 1831 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States.


Generation 4

10. CORNELIUS4 LARCOM (David3, Cornelius2, Mordecai1 Sr.) was born on 21 Jan 1729 in Beverly,,MA,USA. He died in Mar 1754 in Guadaloupe,,,West Indies. He married Abigail Elliot (daughter of John Elliott and Hannah Waldron) on 19 Jun 1752 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts. She was born on 15 Jun 1729 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States. She died in 1810 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, USA.

Notes for Cornelius Larcom:

On the 29th of August, 1753, he bought from Peter Groves, Jr., for 120 pounds, “one third part of the Body or hull of the good Schooner called the Endeavour now riding at Anchor at the harbour of Beverly & whereof the sd Cornelius Larkum is at present Master, together with one third part of her masts, sails, yards, rigging, skiff & all other her tackle & appurtenances whatsoever, the sd Schooner being about the burthen of Sixty three Tuns.” He borrowed this sum of 120 pounds from Thomas Hutchinson of Milton in the County of Sufflok in New England, with his father David Larcom, as surety. In Robert Hale’s record of deaths he says, “Cornelius Larkum (and) his brother lost incoming from ye W. Indies March 1755.”22

Cornelius Larcom and Abigail Elliot had the following child:

15.i. CORNELIUS5 LARCOM (son of Cornelius Larcom and Abigail Elliot) was born on 06 May 1754 in Beverly, Massachusetts. He died on 21 Nov 1775 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts. He married Joanna Lovett (daughter of Ebenezer Lovett Jr. and Deborah Cleaves) on 30 Nov 1773 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts. She was born on 01 May 1754 in Beverly , Massachusetts (Age: 0).

11. LUCY4 LARCOM (David3, Cornelius2, Mordecai1 Sr.) was born on 05 Apr 1737 in Beverly,,MA,USA. She died in 1805 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts. She married (1) JAMES CAVANAUGH on 30 Nov 1760. He died in 1763 in Boston,,MA,USA. She married (2) ROBERT EDWARDS on 08 Jun 1765. He was born about 1737. He died on 14 Oct 1815 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts (Age: 80).

Lucy Larcom and Robert Edwards had the following children:

i. MARY EDWARDS (daughter of Robert Edwards and Lucy Larcom) was born on 24 Oct 1767 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts.

ii. ROBERT EDWARDS (son of Robert Edwards and Lucy Larcom) was born on 29 Jun 1770 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts.

12. HANNAH4 LARCOM (David3, Cornelius2, Mordecai1 Sr.) was born on 15 Dec 1738 in Beverly, Essex, MA. She died on 04 Nov 1832 in Beverly, Massachusetts. She married Jacob Woodberry (son of Ezra Woodberry and Anne Babcock) on 05 Nov 1761 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts. He was born on 31 May 1741 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, USA (Age: 0). He died on 19 Mar 1779 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, USA.

Hannah Larcom and Jacob Woodberry had the following child:

16. i. HANNAH WOODBURY (WOODBERRY) (daughter of Jacob Woodberry and Hannah Larcom) was born on 07 Mar 1771 in Beverly Farms, Manchester Essex, Massachusetts, USA. She died on 06 Jan 1825 in Beverly, Manchester, Essex, Massachusetts, USA. She married Abraham Trowt on 20 Oct 1789 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts. He was born in 1757 in Manchester, Essex, Massachusetts. He died on 06 Feb 1828 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States.

13. JONATHAN4 LARCOM (David3, Cornelius2, Mordecai1 Sr.) was born on 30 Apr 1742 in Beverly,,MA,USA (Age: 0). He died on 14 Mar 1778 in Guadaloupe,,,West Indies (Lost at Sea). He married (1) ABIGAIL OBER (daughter of Thomas Ober and Abigail Pitman) in Beverly, Massachusetts. She was born on 31 Mar 1744 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, USA (Age: 0). She died on 01 May 1815 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, USA (Age: 72). He married an unknown spouse on 12 May 1763 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts.

Revolutionary WarNotes for Jonathan Larcom:

There are papers preserved which seem to indicate that in 1774 he was a sea captain and that in 1777 he was engaged in privateering. He was a private in Capt. Andrew Giddings’ company in Col. Jona. Bagly’s regiment; served 7 months 24 days (March 27-Nov. 1, 1759), for Gen. Amherst’s invasion of Canada (Mass. Archives).25 He was a Private in The War of the Revolution serving in Capt. Joseph Rea’s Co., enlisted July 25, 1776 – discharged October 28, 1776. Service was 3 mo./3 days in defense of Sea Coast. Company ordered to serve at the lines of Beverly.26 Jonathan met his death aboard a privateer in Our War for Independence.

Privateering was a wartime practice in which a belligerent power would authorize its citizens to operate privately owned ships in campaigns against enemy shipping. Motivation for participating in these ventures was partly patriotism, but most the allure came from converting the prizes (captured ships and cargo) into money. Privateers were distinguished from pirates in that the former were issued “letters of marque and reprisal,” official government papers authorizing these campaigns. Privateering was especially important to nations with small navies, whose activities were thus supplemented. America benefited from this practice in both the War for Independence and the War of 1812. Numerous abuses occurred over the years, however; it was often an easy step to turn from preying upon belligerent ships to non-belligerent ones. Many privateers found it to be financially rewarding to become pirates. The practice of privateering was outlawed by the international community in the Declaration of Paris in 1856.
Jonathan name derived of meaning from Biblical “Given of God.”

Notes for Abigail Ober:

My grandmother had been left a widow with a large family in my father’s boyhood, and he, with the rest, had to toil early for a livlihood. She was an earnest Christian woman, of keen intelligence and unusual spiritual perception. She was supposed by her neighbors to have the gift of “second sight”; and some remarkable stories are told of her knowledge of distant events while they were occurring, or just before they took place. Her dignity of presence and character must have been noticeable.

A relative of mine, who as a very little child, was taken by her mother to visit my grandmother, told me that she had always remembered the aged woman’s solemnity of voice and bearing, and her mother’s deferential attitude towards her; and she was so profoundly impressed by it all at the time, that when they had left the house, and were on their homeward path through the woods, she looked up into her mother’s face and asked in a whisper, “Mother, was that God?”

Jonathan Larcom and Abigail Ober had the following children:

i. ANNA5 LARCOM (daughter of Jonathan Larcom and Abigail Ober) was born on 11 Aug 1764 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States. She died on 13 Aug 1828 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States. She married John Down on 27 Apr 1794 in Beverly,,MA,USA.

ii. LUCY LARCOM (daughter of Jonathan Larcom and Abigail Ober) was born on 01 Apr 1766 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States. She died on 16 Feb 1843. She married Richard Butman on 02 Jan 1794.

Notes for Lucy Larcom:

“Uncles, Aunts, and cousins were plentiful in the family, but they did not live near enough for us to see them very often, excepting one aunt, my father’s sister, for whom I was named. She was fair, with large, clear eyes that seemed to look far into one’s heart, with an expression at once penetrating and benignant. To my childish imagination she was an embodiment of serene and lofty goodness. I wished and hoped that by bearing her baptismal name I might become like her; and when I found out its signification (I learned that ‘Lucy’ means ‘with light’), I wished it more earnestly still. For her beautiful character was just such an illumination to my young life as I should most desire mine to be to the lives of others.

My aunt, like my father, was always studying something. Some map or book always lay open before her, when I went to visit her, in her picturesque old house, with its sloping roof and tall well-sweep. And she always brought our some book or picture for me from her quaint old-fashioned chest of drawers. I still possess the, ‘Children in the Wood,’ which she gave me, as a keepsake, when I was about ten years old.”

17. iii. JONATHAN LARCOM (son of Jonathan Larcom and Abigail Ober) was born on 15 Sep 1768 in Beverly (Essex) MA. He married (1) ANNA OBER on 25 Dec 1798 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts. She died on 12 Aug 1828 in Beverly, Essex, MA, USA. He married (2) MARY CHAMBERLAIN on 03 Oct 1790. She was born in 1772. She died on 16 Mar 1798 in Beverly, Massachusetts.

iv. ABIGAIL LARCOM (daughter of Jonathan Larcom and Abigail Ober) was born on 07 Aug 1770 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States. She died on 18 Dec 1824 in Beverly, Massachusetts. She married Benjamin Knowlton on 01 Dec 1789 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts.

v. FRANCIS WOODBERRY LARCOM (son of Jonathan Larcom and Abigail Ober) was born on 11 Aug 1772 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States. He died on 01 Jan 1801. He married Nabby Standley on 14 Jan 1796 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts. She was born on 30 Aug 1772 in Beverly, Massachusetts. She died on 15 Feb 1845.

18. vi. DAVID LARCOM (son of Jonathan Larcom and Abigail Ober) was born on 17 Sep 1774 in Beverly (Essex) MA. He died on 23 Aug 1840 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts (Age: 65). He married Elizabeth”Betsey” Haskell (daughter of William Haskell and Elizabeth Tuck) on 27 May 1802 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts. She was born on 16 May 1778 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts (Age: 0). She died on 16 Jan 1864 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts (Age: 85).

19. vii. BENJAMIN LARCOM (son of Jonathan Larcom and Abigail Ober) was born on 20 Aug 1776 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States (Age: 0). He died on 10 Jan 1830 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts (Age: 55). He married (1) CHARLOTTE IVES (daughter of Samuel Ives) on 10 Jan 1804 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts. She was born on 17 Feb 1784 in Lynn, Essex, Massachusetts, United States. She died on 21 Mar 1810 in Beverly, Massachusetts (Age: 26). He married (2) LOIS BARRETT (daughter of Thomas Barrett) on 21 Nov 1811 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts. She was born in 1795. She died on 11 Mar 1868.

20. viii. ANDREW LARCOM (son of Jonathan Larcom and Abigail Ober) was born on 19 Jul 1778 in Beverly (Essex) MA. He died on 19 Jun 1853 in Beverly Farms,,MA,USA (Beverly Farms Cemetery, Age: 74). He married (1) MOLLY STANDLEY (daughter of Jonathan Standley and Lydia Preston) on 24 Jul 1803 in Beverly (Essex) MA. She was born on 13 Oct 1783 in Beverly (Essex) MA (Age: 0). She died on 12 Dec 1855 in Nantucket, Massachusetts, USA (Age: 72). He married an unknown spouse in Beverly, Massachusetts.

14. HENRY4 LARCOM (David3, Cornelius2, Mordecai1 Sr.) was born on 17 Sep 1751 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States (Age: 0). He died on 05 Jul 1780 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts (Age: 28). He married Priscilla Woodbury (daughter of Robert III Woodbury and Hannah Preston) on 24 Nov 1774 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States. She was born on 28 Aug 1753 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States (Age: 0). She died on 25 Sep 1831 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States.

Henry Larcom and Priscilla Woodbury had the following children:

21. i. JOANNA5 LARCOM (daughter of Henry Larcom and Priscilla Woodbury) was born on 13 Apr 1775 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States (Age: 0). She died in 1809 in Beverly, Massachusetts, USA (Age: 34). She married (1) THOMAS PRESTON on 10 Dec 1793 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts. He was born in 1770. He died on 02 Apr 1802.

22. ii. HENRY LARCOM 2ND (son of Henry Larcom and Priscilla Woodbury) was born on 14 Aug 1776 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States. He died on 24 Feb 1862 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States (Age: 85). He married FRANCES ELLINGWOOD. She was born on 27 Apr 1780 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States. She died on 21 Dec 1847 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States.

iii. MISHAEL WEST LARCOM (son of Henry Larcom and Priscilla Woodbury) was born on 24 Nov 1779 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States. He died on 15 Nov 1857 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States.


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