Generation 5

15. CORNELIUS5 LARCOM (Cornelius4, David3, Cornelius2, Mordecai1 Sr.) 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).

Cornelius Larcom and Joanna Lovett had the following child:

23. i. CORNELIUS6 LARCOM (son of Cornelius Larcom and Joanna Lovett) was born on 06 Dec 1775 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts. He died on 16 Sep 1846 in New York City, New York, New York, United States. He married Mehitable Marvel (daughter of Joseph Marble and Rebecca Foster) on 14 Sep 1797 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts. She was born before 11 May 1777 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts.

16. HANNAH WOODBURY (WOODBERRY) (Hannah4 Larcom, David3 Larcom, Cornelius2 Larcom, Mordecai1 Larcom Sr.,Jacob Woodberry, Ezra Woodberry) 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.

Hannah Woodbury (Woodberry) and Abraham Trowt had the following children:

i. ANNA TROUT (daughter of Abraham Trowt and Hannah Woodbury (Woodberry)) was born on 14 Feb 1790 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts. She died on 31 Aug 1811 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts.

ii. ELIZABETH TROUT (daughter of Abraham Trowt and Hannah Woodbury (Woodberry)) was born on 02 Apr 1792 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts.

iii. ABRAHAM TROUT JR. (son of Abraham Trowt and Hannah Woodbury (Woodberry)) was born on 27 Apr 1795 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States. He died on 12 Jun 1857 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States.

iv. MOLLY TROUT (daughter of Abraham Trowt and Hannah Woodbury (Woodberry)) was born on 27 May 1797 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts. She died on 10 Oct 1828 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts.

v. HANNAH TROWT (daughter of Abraham Trowt and Hannah Woodbury (Woodberry)) was born on 27 May 1797.

vi. REBECCA TROUT (daughter of Abraham Trowt and Hannah Woodbury (Woodberry)) was born before 12 Sep 1802 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts.

17. JONATHAN5 LARCOM (Jonathan4, David3, Cornelius2, Mordecai1 Sr.) 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.

Jonathan Larcom and Anna Ober had the following children:

i. MARY ANN6 LARCOM (daughter of Jonathan Larcom and Anna Ober) was born on 06 May 1800 in Beverly, Massachusetts. She married George Perkins on 06 Jun 1819 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts.

ii. LUCY LARCOM (daughter of Jonathan Larcom and Anna Ober) was born on 28 Jul 1803 in Beverly, Massachusetts.

iii. JONATHAN LARCOM (son of Jonathan Larcom and Anna Ober) was born on 28 Sep 1805 in Beverly, Massachusetts.

iv. HANNAH LARCOM (son of Jonathan Larcom and Anna Ober) was born on 17 Aug 1809 in Beverly, Massachusetts.

Jonathan Larcom and Mary Chamberlain had the following children:

v. JONATHAN LARCOM (son of Jonathan Larcom and Mary Chamberlain) was born in 1797. He died on 01 Feb 1798 in Beverly, Massachusetts.

vi. LUCY LARCOM (daughter of Jonathan Larcom and Mary Chamberlain).

vii. POLLY LARCOM (daughter of Jonathan Larcom and Mary Chamberlain).

18. DAVID5 LARCOM (Jonathan4, David3, Cornelius2, Mordecai1 Sr.) 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).

Notes for David Larcom:

Elsie repeated to us, the other day, the epitaph on her great-grandfather’s grave stone, Deacon David Larcom, who built my old house, who asked the town for a cemetery for this village and was laid to rest there in 1840, the first one to be buried in its peaceful shadows:
His life exhibited in rare combination and in an uncommon degree all the excellencies of the husband, the father, the citizan and the Christian.

This epitaph was written by Lucy Larcom, whose home here was on West Street.

He was a cabinet maker and a deacon of the Dane Street Church. Both are buried in the Beverly Farms Cemetery. David’s gravestone reads “In Memory of DEA. David Larcom who died Aug 23, 1840. Aged 66. His life exhibited in rare combination and in an uncommon degree all the excellence of the Husband the Father the citizen and the Christian. The righteous shall be in everlasting remembrance.”

“Farther down the road, where the cousins were all grown-up men and women, Aunt Betsey’s cordial, old-fashioned hospitality detained us a day or two. We watched the milking, and fed the chickens, and fared gloriously. Aunt Betsey could not have done more to entertain us, had we been the President’s children.

I have always cherished the memory of a certain pair of large-browed spectacles that she wore, and the green calash, held by a ribbon bridle, that sheltered her head, when she walked up from the shore to see us, as she often did. They announced to us the approach of inexhaustible kindliness and good cheer. We took in a home-feeling with the words ‘Aunt Betsey’ then and always. She had just the husband that belonged to her in my Uncle David, an upright man, frank-faced, large-hearted, and spiritually minded. He was my father’s favorite brother, and to our branch of the family ‘The Farms’ meant ‘Uncle David and Aunt Betsey.’

Notes for Elizabeth”Betsey” Haskell:

The striped grass is till growing in one corner of my garden–the very same roots that were there in my childhood, and up to a year ago, the old lilac bush that Uncle Ed Larcom picked blossoms from when he was a small boy, was there too. Aunt Betsey’s garden was a beautiful combination of use and loveliness. All along the stone wall grew red-blossomed barm and in the long beds were hyssop (she called it isop) and rue and marigolds and catnip and chamomile and sage and sweet marjoram and martinoes. Martinoes were funny things with a beautiful ill-smelling bloom which looked like an orchid, and when the blossoms dropped there succeeded an odd shaped fruit, with spines and a long tail, which was used for pickles. Then there were king cups, a glorified buttercup, and a lovely little blue flower called “Star of Bethlehem” and four o’clocks.

All the different herbs were carefully gathered by Aunt Betsey, and tied in bundles and hung to the rafters of the old attic. Sometimes I fancy that I can smell them now ona damp day, and I like to recall the dear old lady in her tyer and cap, busy with ehr simples. I like to think of her as my tutelar divinity for I came to love her dearly, though I am sure that when I was first landed in her house, I was a big trial.

David Larcom and Elizabeth”Betsey” Haskell had the following children:

i. ELISABETH6 LARCOM (daughter of David Larcom and Elizabeth”Betsey” Haskell) was born on 06 Feb 1803 in Beverly,,MA,USA. She died on 10 Feb 1873. She married JOHN OBER. He was born in 1800.

24. ii. ABIGAIL LARCOM (daughter of David Larcom and Elizabeth”Betsey” Haskell) was born on 03 May 1806 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts (Age: 0). She died on 18 Oct 1888 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, USA (Age: 82). She married (1) ISAAC PRINCE on 09 Jan 1826 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts. He was born on 24 May 1801 in Beverly, Essex, MA, USA. He died on 30 May 1874 in Beverly, Essex, MA.

iii. JONATHAN LARCOM (son of David Larcom and Elizabeth”Betsey” Haskell) was born on 08 Jun 1806 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts.

25. iv. DAVID LARCOM (son of David Larcom and Elizabeth”Betsey” Haskell) was born on 09 Aug 1808 in Beverly. He died on 17 Feb 1883 in Beverly, Massachusetts, USA (Age: 75). He married Mary L (Molly) Ober (daughter of Andrew Larcom and Molly Standley) in Beverly, Massachusetts. She was born in 1809 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States. She died on 17 Aug 1875 in Beverly, Massachusetts, USA (Age: 66).

26. v. FRANCIS LARCOM (son of David Larcom and Elizabeth”Betsey” Haskell) was born on 10 Sep 1810 in Beverly,,MA,USA. He died on 01 Jul 1883 in Beverly, Massachusetts, USA (Age: 72). He married (1) ELIZA WOODBERRY on 29 Jan 1835 in Beverly (Essex) MA. She was born on 15 Apr 1811 in Beverly (Essex) MA. She died on 30 Apr 1850 in Beverly (Essex) MA. He married (2) ANN M LARCOM on 26 May 1851 in Beverly, Massachusetts, USA. She was born about 1827 in Massachusetts. She died on 28 Sep 1917 in Manchester, Massachusetts.

vi. FRANCIS LARCOM (son of David Larcom and Elizabeth”Betsey” Haskell) was born about 1811 in Massachusetts.

vii. JOSEPH LARCOM (son of David Larcom and Elizabeth”Betsey” Haskell) was born on 09 Aug 1812 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts (Age: 0).

27. viii. GEORGE TITTLE LARCOM (son of David Larcom and Elizabeth”Betsey” Haskell) was born on 02 Jan 1815 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts. He died in 1905 in Beverly Farms,,MA,USA (Age: 90). He married (1) LOUISA MARSHALL on 28 Jan 1841 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts. She was born in 1821 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts. She died in 1899. He married an unknown spouse in 1904 in Beverly, Massachusetts, USA.

ix. PHEBE PRINCE LARCOM (daughter of David Larcom and Elizabeth”Betsey” Haskell) was born on 06 Nov 1817 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts. She married OBER JOSEPH.

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19. BENJAMIN5 LARCOM (Jonathan4, David3, Cornelius2, Mordecai1 Sr.) 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.

Notes for Benjamin Larcom:

A letter from him, dated Leghorn, June 9, 1800, to his brother David, says: “I embrace the present opportunity to inform you that I am well and all on Board and hope these lines will find you and all friends the same. I have had the Small-Pox and been well a month we have been here two Months and I expect we shall stay a month Longer we expect to come home from here and not to go to India Sugar and Coffee are very Low we have had one hand turned ashore for Stealing Genoa [Italy?] was taken by the English four Days ago No more at present.”36

“He had been a deep-sea Master Mariner. Sailing the oceans of the world, the North and South Atlantic Oceans, the Indian Ocean and the China Sea. He was known as one of the East India Traders. His four mast full-rigged merchant ship would load up at the Beverly waterfront, with goods to be traded in the east. The cargo would consist of picks and shovels, hay-forks, spades, spike-toothed harrows, plows and wheelbarrows. Also high leather boots, lime, cement, hammers, nails, hand-saws, dried and salt fish. When fully loaded, they would sail southward hugging the coast of America. Just off the North Carolina coast, they would sail south east, pass easterly of the Bahamas and Puerto Rico and head for the eastern point of Brazil. In a few days Capt. Larcom through is binoculars would sight the point of Brazil. He knew exactly the position of his ship. He looked at his chart, glanced at the sun high over head, looked at his watch, waited until both hands were on twelve; called to the helmsman; “change course, southeast by east.” He put the chart away, heard the sails luff as the helmsman swung the ship slightly to windward. He felt the ship shiver as the sails filled again. They sailed across the equator, picked up the trade-wind and raced across the South Atlantic to Cape Town, Africa. They would trade at every seaport in the east. In four months the ship would be back in Beverly, her home port. Her holds filled with silks and satins, bales of hemp and cotton fibres, salted goat hides, flax, coconut oil, pepper and crates of gifts or trinkets from the Orient. Capt. Benjamin retired from the sea about 1820, for the next eleven years he operated an Orient Gift Shop, on the second floor of the block at the corner of Wallis and Cabot Street – the building is standing at the present time. Lois Larcom “Lucy Larcom” p. 3

“A grave thoughtful face was his [Benjamin Larcom] lifted up so grandly amid that blooming semicircle of boys and girls, all gathered silently in the glow of the ruddy firelight! The great family Bible had the look upon its leathern covers of a book that had never been new, and we honored it the more for its apparent age. Its companion was the Westminster Assembly’s and Shorter Chatechism, out of which my father asked us questions on Sabbath afternoons, when the tea-table had been cleared. He ended the exercise with a prayer, standing up with his face turned toward the wall. My most vivid recollection of his living face is as I saw it reflected in a mirror while he stood thus praying. His closed eyes, the paleness and seriousness of his countenance, awed me. I never forgot that look. I saw it but once again, when, a child of six or seven years, I was lifted to a footstool beside his coffin to gaze upon his face for the last time. It wore the same expression that it did in the prayer; paler, but no longer care-worn; so peaceful, so noble! They left me standing there a long time, and I could not take my eyes away. I had never thought my father’s face a beautiful one until then, but I believe it must have been so, always.

I know that he was a studious man, fond of what was called ‘solid reading.’ He delighted in problems of navigation (he was for many years the master of a merchant-vessel sailing to various European ports), in astronomical calculations and historical computations. A rhyming genius in the town, who undertook to hit off the peculiarities of well-known residents, characterized my father as ‘Philosophic Ben, Who, pointing to the stars, cries, Land ahead!’

His reserved, abstracted manner, – though his gravity concealed a fund of rare humor, – kept us children somewhat aloof from him; but my mother’s [Lois Barrett Larcom] temperament formed a complete contrast to his. She was chatty and social, rosy-cheeked and dimpled, with bright blue eyes and soft, dark, curling hair, which she kept pinned up under her white laced cap-border. Not even the eldest child remembered her without her cap, and when some of us asked her why she never let her pretty curls be visible, she said, – 

‘Your father liked to see me in a cap. I put it on soon after we were married, to please him; I always have worn it, and I always shall wear it, for the same reason.’

My mother had that sort of sunshiny nature which easily shifts into shadow, like the atmosphere of an April day. Cheerfulness held sway with her, except occasionally, when her domestic cares grew too overwhelming; but her spirits rebounded quickly from discouragement.

Her father [Thomas Barrett] was the only one of our grandparents who had survived to my time, – of French descent, piquant, merry, exceedingly polite, and very fond of us children, whom he was always treating to raisins and peppermints and rules for good behavior. He had been a soldier in the Revolutionary War, – the greatest distinction we could imagine. And he was also the sexton of the oldest church in town, – the Old South, – and had charge of the winding-up of the town clock, and the ringing of the bell on week-days and Sundays, and the tolling for funerals, – into which mysteries he sometimes allowed us youngsters a furtive glimpse. I did not believe that there was another grandfather so delightful as ours in all the world.”

Benjamin Larcom and Charlotte Ives had the following children:

i. CHARLOTTE6 LARCOM (daughter of Benjamin Larcom and Charlotte Ives) was born on 28 Sep 1806 in Beverly,,MA,USA (Age: 0). She died in 1835. She married Robert W Welch on 30 Sep 1827 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts. He was born on 10 May 1804 in Newburyport, Essex, Massachusetts, USA.

28. ii. ADELINE LARCOM (daughter of Benjamin Larcom and Charlotte Ives) was born on 05 Mar 1810 in Beverly, Massachusetts (Age: 0). She died on 06 Feb 1892 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, USA (Age: 81). She married George Meacom on 06 Mar 1831 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts. He was born on 18 Dec 1804 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, USA. He died on 21 Jul 1862 in Beverly, Massachusetts.
Benjamin Larcom and Lois Barrett had the following children:

29. iii. BENJAMIN LARCOM (son of Benjamin Larcom and Lois Barrett) was born on 30 Jan 1814 in Beverly,,MA,USA (Age: 0). He died on 04 Feb 1903 in Beverly, Massachusetts, USA (Age: 89). He married Abigail Hanson on 28 Apr 1839 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts.

iv. LOUISA BARRETT LARCOM (daughter of Benjamin Larcom and Lois Barrett) was born on 14 Oct 1815 in Beverly,,MA,USA (Age: 0). She died on 09 Aug 1863 in Beverly, Massachusetts, USA (Age: 47). She married Edward Harrington on 01 Oct 1837 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts. He died on 20 Aug 1844 in At Sea off the coast of Africa.

30. v. EMILINE AUGUSTA LARCOM (daughter of Benjamin Larcom and Lois Barrett) was born on 22 Apr 1817 in Beverly,,MA,USA (Age: 0). She died in 1892. She married George Spaulding on 05 Apr 1843 in Lowell, Middlesex, Massachusetts. He was born on 15 May 1817 in Maine.

31. vi. JONATHAN LARCOM (son of Benjamin Larcom and Lois Barrett) was born on 03 Aug 1818 in Beverly,,MA,USA (Age: 0). He died on 24 Oct 1895 in Chelmsford Center, Middlesex, Massachusetts (Age: 77). He married Harriet Obear on 30 Mar 1841 in Chemsford, Middlesex, Massachusetts. She was born on 13 Sep 1816 in Chelmsford, Massachusetts (Age: 0).

32. vii. ABIGAIL OBER LARCOM (daughter of Benjamin Larcom and Lois Barrett) was born on 22 May 1820 in Beverly,,MA,USA. She died on 11 Dec 1902 in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts (Age: 82). She married Luther Haskell (son of William Haskell* and Betsy Standley*) on 20 Jun 1844 in Beverly, Essex County, Massachusetts. He was born on 30 Jan 1819 in Beverly, Essex County, Massachusetts. He died on 13 May 1907 in Beverly, Massachusetts, USA.

33. viii. LYDIA SMITH LARCOM (daughter of Benjamin Larcom and Lois Barrett) was born on 05 Mar 1822 in Beverly,,MA,USA (Age: 0). She died on 17 Apr 1893 in Boston, MA (Age: 72). She married Isaac Wallis Baker on 19 Apr 1844 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts. He was born on 09 Apr 1818 in Beverly, Essex Co., MA. He died in Sep 1862.

lucy_cabinetcardix. LUCY LARCOM (daughter of Benjamin Larcom and Lois Barrett) was born on 05 Mar 1824 in Beverly,,MA,USA. She died on 17 Apr 1893 in Boston,,MA,USA (Age: 69).

Notes for Lucy Larcom

Famous poet and author. Read more about Lucy, here.

34. x. OCTAVIA LARCOM (daughter of Benjamin Larcom and Lois Barrett) was born on 08 Jun 1827 in Beverly,,MA,USA (Age: 0). She died on 16 Apr 1913 in Chelmsford, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA (Age: 85). She married Edwin King Parkhurst (son of Josiah King Parkhurst and Ruth Spalding) on 02 Sep 1853 in Beverly, Massachusetts, USA. He was born on 28 Feb 1828 in Chelmsford, Middlesex, Massachusettes (Age: 0). He died on 12 Sep 1898 in Chelmsford MA (Age: 70).

20. ANDREW5 LARCOM (Jonathan4, David3, Cornelius2, Mordecai1 Sr.) 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.

War of 1812Notes for Andrew Larcom:

Occupation: Farmer

The old home of Cornelius and David Larcom had passed into the possession of Jonathan’s family, and by arrangement with the other heirs after Andrew’s mother’s death, it became the home of Andrew and his family. An interesting certificate, dated May 1810, made out by the Vice-Consul of the United States at Bergen, Norway, recounts an episode in the early life of Andrew. “This is to certify That the bearer hereof Andrew Larcom and American Seaman hath produced to me the requisite Documents to prove that he is a Citizen of the United States & lately belonged to the American Schooner called the Betsy of Beverly, Capt. Fielder, Master, taken by the French armed Brig Le Genie, commanded by Capt. Degrave & brought to this place as a prisoner and released. The said Andrew Larcom intends now to depart from hence as passenger with American Schooner Brig the Hunter, Nathanial Babson, Master, in order to return home with said Vessel when opportunity may serve. I therefore pray & request that the said Andrew Larcom may pass without hinderance or molestation so long as he doth nothing contrary to the interest hereof.”

Andrew enlisted in War of 1812, 3rd Reg’t (Dodge’s) Massachusetts Militia. Rank–Induction: Private, Rank–Discharge : Private.

Andrew Larcom and Molly Standley had the following children:

i. TWIN BOYS6 LARCOM (son of Andrew Larcom and Molly Standley) was born on 13 Aug 1804 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States (Age: 0). He died on 13 Aug 1804 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States.

35. ii. BETSEY LARCOM (daughter of Andrew Larcom and Molly Standley) was born on 27 Sep 1805 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States (Age: 0). She died on 08 Aug 1891 in Beverly, Massachusetts, USA (Age: 85). She married Israel Lefavour on 25 Jan 1827 in Beverly, Essex, Mass, Usa. He was born on 04 Nov 1801 in Beverly, Essex, Mass, Usa. He died on 27 Jan 1875 in Beverly, Essex, Mass, Usa.

36. iii. ANDREW LARCOM (son of Andrew Larcom and Molly Standley) was born on 12 May 1807 in Beverly (Essex) MA. He died on 11 Apr 1888 in Beverly (Essex) MA (Age: 80). He married Abigail Lefavour on 04 Feb 1834 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts. She was born on 19 Sep 1809 in Massachusetts. She died on 21 May 1897 in Beverly Essex Mass.

37. iv. MARY L (MOLLY) OBER (daughter of Andrew Larcom and Molly Standley) was born in 1809 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States. She died on 17 Aug 1875 in Beverly, Massachusetts, USA (Age: 66). She married (1) DAVID LARCOM (son of David Larcom and Elizabeth”Betsey” Haskell) in Beverly, Massachusetts. He was born on 09 Aug 1808 in Beverly. He died on 17 Feb 1883 in Beverly, Massachusetts, USA (Age: 75). She married (2) BENJAMIN OBER (son of Benjamin Obear and Sarah Gilham) on 05 Oct 1830. He was born on 12 Aug 1806 in Beverly, Massachusetts (Age: 0). He died in 1836 (Age: 30).

38. v. ASA LARCOM (son of Andrew Larcom and Molly Standley) was born on 15 Mar 1812 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States. He died on 22 Oct 1882 in Beverly, Massachusetts (Age: 70). He married Abigail Hooper on 19 Dec 1834. She was born on 16 Oct 1816 in Massachusetts. She died on 12 Nov 1890.

39. vi. JOHN LARCOM (son of Andrew Larcom and Molly Standley) was born on 14 Oct 1814 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States (Age: 0). He died on 03 Dec 1900 in Beverly, Massachusetts, USA (Age: 86). He married Lucy Marshall on 10 Jan 1839. She was born on 26 Nov 1818 in Massachusetts. She died on 31 Jan 1896.

vii. HENRY LARCOM (son of Andrew Larcom and Molly Standley) was born on 22 Sep 1816 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States (Age: 0). He died in Sep 1837.

40. viii. EDMUND LARCOM (son of Andrew Larcom and Molly Standley) was born on 27 Dec 1818 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States (Age: 0). He died on 21 Aug 1901 in Beverly, Massachusetts, USA (Age: 82). He married Louisa Woodberry on 06 Dec 1844 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts. She was born on 01 Nov 1820 in Beverly, Essex, MA, USA. She died on 21 Jul 1887 in Beverly, Essex, MA, USA.

ix. SALLY STANDLEY LARCOM (daughter of Andrew Larcom and Molly Standley) was born on 21 Feb 1821 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States (Age: 0). She died in 1851 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States (Age: 42). She married Peter Obear on 28 Dec 1847 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts.

x. MARTHA JANE LARCOM (daughter of Andrew Larcom and Molly Standley) was born on 18 Aug 1823 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States (Age: 0). She died on 05 Mar 1910 in Beverly, Massachusetts, USA (Age: 86). She married Josiah A Haskell on 04 Dec 1845 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts.

41. xi. RUFUS LARCOM (son of Andrew Larcom and Molly Standley) was born on 02 Oct 1825 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States (Age: 0). He died on 29 Nov 1912 (Age: 87). He married (1) LYDIA L REA on 27 Dec 1849 in Beverly, Massachusetts, USA. She was born in Apr 1829 in Massachusetts.

xii. ABIGAIL K LARCOM (daughter of Andrew Larcom and Molly Standley) was born in Jul 1827 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States. She died in Oct 1828 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States (Age: 1).

xiii. JOSEPH LARCOM (son of Andrew Larcom and Molly Standley) was born on 10 Aug 1830 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States (Age: 0). He died in Jan 1883.

xiv. EDWARD LARCOM (son of Andrew Larcom and Molly Standley).

21. JOANNA5 LARCOM (Henry4, David3, Cornelius2, Mordecai1 Sr.) 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.

Joanna Larcom had the following child:

i. MARY LARCOM OBER (child of Benjamin Ober and Mary L (Molly) Ober) was born on 19 Oct 1835 in Beverly, Massachusetts (Age: 0). Mary Larcom died on 11 Jun 1920 in Beverly, MA (Age: 84). Mary Larcom married James Beatty Dow (son of Alexander Daw) on 03 Apr 1889 in Beverly, Massachusetts, USA. He was born on 05 Apr 1850 in Glenbucket, Scotland. He died on 16 Sep 1920 in 705 Hale Street, Beverly, MA (Age: 70).

22. HENRY5 LARCOM 2ND (Henry4, David3, Cornelius2, Mordecai1 Sr.) 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.

Henry Larcom 2nd and Frances Ellingwood had the following child:

42. i. FRANCES ELLINGWOOD FANNIE6 LARCOM (daughter of Henry Larcom 2nd and Frances Ellingwood) was born on 14 Jun 1807 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States. She died on 26 Jun 1883 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States (Age: 76). She married Joseph Hale Abbott (son of Ezra Abbott and Rebekah Hale) on 13 May 1830 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States. He was born on 25 Sep 1802 in Wilton, Hillsborough, New Hampshire, United States. He died on 07 Apr 1873 in Wilton, Hillsborough, New Hampshire, United States (Age: 80).


Generation 6

23. CORNELIUS6 LARCOM (Cornelius5, Cornelius4, David3, Cornelius2, Mordecai1 Sr.) was born on 06 Dec 1775 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts. He died on 16 Sep 1846 in New York City, New York, New York, United States. He married Mehitable Marvel (daughter of Joseph Marble and Rebecca Foster) on 14 Sep 1797 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts. She was born before 11 May 1777 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts.

Cornelius Larcom and Mehitable Marvel had the following children:

i. MEHITABLE7 LARCOM (daughter of Cornelius Larcom and Mehitable Marvel) was born before 03 Aug 1800 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts.

43. ii. CORNELIUS LARCOM JR. (son of Cornelius Larcom and Mehitable Marvel) was born on 10 Apr 1801 in Beverly. He died on 25 Jun 1852 in Beverly, Massachusetts. He married Nancy Standley on 04 Aug 1825 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts. She was born on 03 Sep 1806 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, USA (Age: 0). She died on 28 Dec 1866 in Beverly, Massachusetts, USA (Age: 62).

iii. HENRY LARCOM (son of Cornelius Larcom and Mehitable Marvel) was born on 25 Nov 1804 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts.

24. ABIGAIL6 LARCOM (David5, Jonathan4, David3, Cornelius2, Mordecai1 Sr.) was born on 03 May 1806 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts (Age: 0). She died on 18 Oct 1888 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, USA (Age: 82). She married (1) ISAAC PRINCE on 09 Jan 1826 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts. He was born on 24 May 1801 in Beverly, Essex, MA, USA. He died on 30 May 1874 in Beverly, Essex, MA.

Abigail Larcom had the following child:

i. CHARLES H SYMONDS was born about 1835 in Massachusetts.

Abigail Larcom and Isaac Prince had the following children:

i. ABIGAIL LARCOM PRINCE (daughter of Isaac Prince and Abigail Larcom) was born on 07 Nov 1827 in Beverly, Essex, MA, USA. She died on 17 Oct 1863 in Beverly, Essex, MA, USA.

ii. CAROLINE PRINCE (daughter of Isaac Prince and Abigail Larcom) was born on 28 Oct 1829 in Beverly, Essex, MA, USA. She died on 18 Sep 1861 in Beverly, Essex, MA, USA.

iii. ELIZABETH HASKELL PRINCE (daughter of Isaac Prince and Abigail Larcom) was born about 1832 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, USA.

iv. JOANNA CHAPMAN PRINCE (daughter of Isaac Prince and Abigail Larcom) was born about 1838 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, USA.

v. REBECCA FOSTER PRINCE (daughter of Isaac Prince and Abigail Larcom) was born about 1838 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, USA.

vi. AUGUSTA L PRINCE (daughter of Isaac Prince and Abigail Larcom) was born on 28 Feb 1844 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, USA.

vii. ISAAC FRANCIS PRINCE (son of Isaac Prince and Abigail Larcom) was born on 28 Jun 1846 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, USA. He died on 25 Oct 1860.

25. DAVID6 LARCOM (David5, Jonathan4, David3, Cornelius2, Mordecai1 Sr.) was born on 09 Aug 1808 in Beverly. He died on 17 Feb 1883 in Beverly, Massachusetts, USA (Age: 75). He married Mary L (Molly) Ober (daughter of Andrew Larcom and Molly Standley) in Beverly, Massachusetts. She was born in 1809 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States. She died on 17 Aug 1875 in Beverly, Massachusetts, USA (Age: 66).

Notes for David Larcom:

Occupation: Farm Laborer.

What a character for instance, was Uncle David Larcom! Among the old Puritans who were his ancestors, and among whom he was raised, what a constant surprise he must have been! Certainly no hero of a dime novel could have done more startling and audacious things. He ran off to sea in his youth and stayed away from the village for three years. During that time, he had seen and experienced enough to satisfy Tom Sawyer; he had messed with Indian Lascars and acquired a taste for curry and red pepper which he never lost. And with the love for stimulating stories, and could draw the very longest kind of an innocent bow, that carried far and never hurt anybody.

Who could forget his yarns of the sea serpent and his life on the old English Brig? “Has he got to the Old English Brig?” his waggish son would inquire, as he listened from an adjoining room.

He gave away a wonderful old mirror, beautifully carved, with a lion’s head at the bottom, and a boy astride a goose at the top, with leaves and bunches of grapes at the sides, and glass, as it seems to me almost an inch thick. It hangs now in the drawing room of its possessor restored to pristine beauty and bearing an inscription setting forth that it came from the wreck of the “Schooner Hesperus.”

Uncle David told this yarn when he gave away the beautiful mirror. Nobody had ever heard of this connection with the Schooner Hesperus. My own impression was that the mirror was brought to the old house, which I now own, by Aunt Betsey Larcom, the great-grandmother of Elsie Doan. Dear old Uncle David! Sometimes his language was not choice, but how big his heart was!

After he uncoiled his sea legs and settled down to teaming, mildly flavored with farming was there ever a more generous or kindly neighbor?
People often cheated him, in fact, he almost seemed to like being cheated.

His patient wife once remarked that he always wanted to give his own things away, and buy thing for more than people asked for them. He would match Uncle Toby’s army in Flanders for profanity, but he would go miles to help a sick friend, or (and this is, to my mind, the last test of friendship in a horse owner) turn out his old “Bun” ont he stormiest night that ever raged, to help a brother teamster up a hill.And when were ever his own rakes and plows and forks at home? Weren’t they always lent out somewhere? What a reverence for all things sacred, way down in the bottom of his large heart he always had! How deferential to ministers he was! How angry he would be at any unnecessary breaking of the “Sahbath” as he called it. How steadily he read (though he wouldn’t go to church) all day and all evening of the Lord’s Day–taking up his book at night, where he left it to feed his “critturs,” and holding his sperm oil lamp in his hand as he finished his day of rest. Some of his expressions remain in my mind as, for instance, “From July to Eternity” to indicate his weariness at something too much prolonged. He liked to exaggerate as well as Mark Twain did, as when he used to wish on a furiously stormy night, that he were way over on Half Way Rock, always being careful to have a tremendous fire going, and a pitcher of cider at hand, before he expressed the desire. The memory of his good religious father was always with him, and when he was in particularly genial frame of mind, he would sing snatches of the old tunes he heard his father sing;–

The Lord into his garden comes
The spices yeild their rich “Perfooms”
The lilies grow and thrive

was one of his favorites.

His kindly handsome face, his enormous size, his laugh, which was ten laughs in one, are among the dear remembrances of my childhood.
And I can hardly close this sketch better than by quoting his old family doctor’s words: “Swear, yes, but his swearing was better than some folks’ praying.”

Notes for Mary L (Molly) Ober:

daughter of David’s Uncle Andrew & Aunt Molly Standley

In the house on Mingo Beach Hill our May Larcom Ober was born in 1835 and here her father died in the same year. There was an older sister Abigail, who died when she was a young woman.

After a while, the widowretuned to her father’s home; in 1840 she was married to her cousin David Larcom the younger, and they lived in the Larcom House at the Farms. As his father, the first “Uncle David” died in the same year, his widow “Aunt Betsey” moved upstairs. David and his wife with her childrem Abby and Mary lived below; four children were born to them: David, Lydia, Joseph and Theodore.

David Larcom and Mary L (Molly) Ober had the following children:

i. DAVID7 LARCOM (son of David Larcom and Mary L (Molly) Ober) was born on 05 Jul 1841 in Beverly,,MA,USA. He died on 06 Aug 1885 in Beverly, Massachusetts. He married Eva Maria Haskell on 23 Mar 1876 in Beverly, Massachusetts, USA. She was born about 1854 in Beverly.

Notes for David Larcom:

Servant: Ella Foster. Occupation: Mariner.

ii. LYDIA S LARCOM (daughter of David Larcom and Mary L (Molly) Ober) was born on 08 Oct 1842 in Beverly,,MA,USA (Age: 0).

44. iii. JOSEPH HENRY LARCOM (son of David Larcom and Mary L (Molly) Ober) was born on 25 May 1845 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, USA (Age: 0). He died on 10 Oct 1899 in Beverly, Massachusetts, USA (Age: 54). He married Mary Augusta Morse (daughter of James Morse and Harriet Knapp) on 15 Jun 1869 in Beverly, Massachusetts, USA. She was born on 25 Nov 1846 in Massachusetts. She died on 25 Oct 1921 in Beverly, Massachusetts, USA.

iv. THEODORE LARCOM (son of David Larcom and Mary L (Molly) Ober) was born on 09 Apr 1849 in Beverly,,MA,USA. He died on 07 Apr 1853 in Beverly, Massachusetts, USA.

26. FRANCIS6 LARCOM (David5, Jonathan4, David3, Cornelius2, Mordecai1 Sr.) was born on 10 Sep 1810 in Beverly,,MA,USA. He died on 01 Jul 1883 in Beverly, Massachusetts, USA (Age: 72). He married (1) ELIZA WOODBERRY on 29 Jan 1835 in Beverly (Essex) MA. She was born on 15 Apr 1811 in Beverly (Essex) MA. She died on 30 Apr 1850 in Beverly (Essex) MA. He married (2) ANN M LARCOM on 26 May 1851 in Beverly, Massachusetts, USA. She was born about 1827 in Massachusetts. She died on 28 Sep 1917 in Manchester, Massachusetts.

Francis Larcom and Eliza Woodberry had the following children:

i. ELIZA7 LARCOM (daughter of Francis Larcom and Eliza Woodberry) was born in 1837. She died on 15 Feb 1842.

Notes for Eliza Larcom:

Her grave stone reads “Rest lovely child, Still very dear, Fruit was thy life, Short thy career, Now far from grief, Forever blest; Thee, we resign, Saved spirit – rest.”

ii. MILTON F LARCOM (son of Francis Larcom and Eliza Woodberry) was born on 21 Oct 1847 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts. He died on 04 Feb 1924.
Francis Larcom and Ann M Larcom had the following child:

45. iii. ELLA MARIA LARCOM (daughter of Francis Larcom and Ann M Larcom) was born on 22 Sep 1859 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, USA. She married HORACE STANDLEY. He was born in Apr 1863 in Massachusetts. She married an unknown spouse on 15 Dec 1881 in Beverly, Massachusetts, USA.

27. GEORGE TITTLE6 LARCOM (David5, Jonathan4, David3, Cornelius2, Mordecai1 Sr.) was born on 02 Jan 1815 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts. He died in 1905 in Beverly Farms,,MA,USA (Age: 90). He married (1) LOUISA MARSHALL on 28 Jan 1841 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts. She was born in 1821 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts. She died in 1899. He married an unknown spouse in 1904 in Beverly, Massachusetts, USA.

Notes for George Tittle Larcom:

Occupation: Shoe Maker

George Tittle Larcom and Louisa Marshall had the following children:

i. GEORGE WOODBURY7 LARCOM (son of George Tittle Larcom and Louisa Marshall) was born on 27 Jul 1843 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts.

ii. LOUISA MARSHALL LARCOM (daughter of George Tittle Larcom and Louisa Marshall) was born on 02 Oct 1846 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts.

iii. WILLIAM HASKELL LARCOM (son of George Tittle Larcom and Louisa Marshall) was born on 16 Jul 1849 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts.

iv. MARSHALL T LARCOM (son of George Tittle Larcom and Louisa Marshall) was born about 1851 in Massachusetts.

28. ADELINE6 LARCOM (Benjamin5, Jonathan4, David3, Cornelius2, Mordecai1 Sr.) was born on 05 Mar 1810 in Beverly, Massachusetts (Age: 0). She died on 06 Feb 1892 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, USA (Age: 81). She married George Meacom on 06 Mar 1831 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts. He was born on 18 Dec 1804 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, USA. He died on 21 Jul 1862 in Beverly, Massachusetts.

Adeline Larcom and George Meacom had the following children:

i. CHARLOTTE ANNA MEACOM (daughter of George Meacom and Adeline Larcom) was born on 19 May 1839 in Beverly, Massachusetts. She died in Nov 1880 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts.

ii. GEORGE W MEACOM (son of George Meacom and Adeline Larcom) was born on 06 Jun 1839 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, USA. He died on 28 Nov 1908 in Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA.

29. BENJAMIN6 LARCOM (Benjamin5, Jonathan4, David3, Cornelius2, Mordecai1 Sr.) was born on 30 Jan 1814 in Beverly,,MA,USA (Age: 0). He died on 04 Feb 1903 in Beverly, Massachusetts, USA (Age: 89). He married Abigail Hanson on 28 Apr 1839 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts.

Notes for Benjamin Larcom:

“My eldest brother had gone to sea with a relative who was master of a merchant vessel in the South American trade. His inclination led him that way; it seemed to open before him a prospect of profitable business, and my mother looked upon him as her future stay and support. One day she came in among us children looking strangely excited. I heard her tell someone afterwards that she had just been to hear Father Taylor preach, the sailors’ minister, whose coming to our town must have been a rare occurrence. His words had touched her personally, for he had spoken to mothers whose first-born had left them to venture upon strange seas and to seek unknown lands. He has given to the wanderer he described the name of her own absent son – ‘Benjamin.’ As she left the church she met a neighbor who informed her that the brig ‘Mexican’ had arrived at Salem, in trouble. It was the vessel in which my brother has sailed only a short time before, expecting to be absent for months. ‘Pirates’ was the only word we children caught, as she hastened away from the house, not knowing whether her son was alive or not. Fortunately, the news hardly reached the town before my brother himself did. She met him in the street, and brought him home with her, forgetting all her anxieties with her joy at his safety.

The ‘Mexican’ had been attacked on the high seas by the piratical craft ‘Panda,’ robbed of twenty thousand dollars in specie, set on fire, and abandoned to her fate, with the crew fastened drown in the hold. One small skylight had accidentally been overlooked by the freebooters. The captain discovered it, and making his way through it to the deck, succeeded in putting out the fire, else vessel and sailors would have sunk together, and their fate would never have been known.… The boy found his brief sailor experience quite enough for him, and afterward settled down quietly to the trade of a carpenter.”

Benjamin Larcom and Abigail Hanson had the following children:

i. MARY ABBIE7 LARCOM (daughter of Benjamin Larcom and Abigail Hanson) was born on 02 Apr 1840 in Massachusetts.

ii. EMILINE AUGUSTA LARCOM (daughter of Benjamin Larcom and Abigail Hanson) was born on 29 Oct 1842 in Massachusetts.

46. iii. BENJAMIN LARCOM (son of Benjamin Larcom and Abigail Hanson) was born on 02 Feb 1847 in Massachusetts (Age: 0). He died on 30 Aug 1925 (Age: 78). He married (1) EFFIE LARCOM in 1873. She was born in Nov 1853 in Massachusetts. She died on 24 Oct 1896 in Salem, Massachusetts, USA (Age: 43). He married (2) SUSAN F LARCOM in 1873. She was born about 1854 in Massachusetts.

30. EMILINE AUGUSTA6 LARCOM (Benjamin5, Jonathan4, David3, Cornelius2, Mordecai1 Sr.) was born on 22 Apr 1817 in Beverly,,MA,USA (Age: 0). She died in 1892. She married George Spaulding on 05 Apr 1843 in Lowell, Middlesex, Massachusetts. He was born on 15 May 1817 in Maine.

Notes for Emiline Augusta Larcom:

“Elves and gnomes and air-sprites and genii were no strangers to us, for my sister Emeline – she who heard me say my hymns, and taught me to write – was mistress of an almost limitless fund of imaginative lore. She was a very Scheherazade of story-tellers, so her younger sisters thought, who listened to her while twilight grew into moonlight, evening after evening, with fascinated wakefulness.

Her choice was usually judicious; she omitted the ghosts and goblins that would have haunted our dreams; although I was now and then visited by a nightmare-consciousness of being a bewitched princess who must perform some impossible task, such as turning the whole roomful of straws into gold, one by one, or else lose my head. But she blended the humorous with the romantic with her selections, so that we usually dropped to sleep in good spirits, if not with a laugh.

This sister, though only just entering her teens, was toughening herself by all sorts of unnecessary hardships for whatever might await her womanhood. She used frequently to sleep in the garret on a hard wooden sea-chest instead of in a bed. And she would get up before daylight and run over to the burying-ground, barefooted and white-robed (we lived for two or three years in another house than our own, where the oldest graveyard in town was only separated from us by our garden fence), ‘to see if there were any ghosts there,’ she told us. Returning noiselessly, – herself a smiling phantom, with long golden brown hair rippling over her shoulders, – she would drop a trophy over her little sisters’ pillow, in the shape of a big yellow apple that had dropped from ‘the Colonial’s’ ‘pumpkin sweeting’ tree into the graveyard, close to our fence.

She was fond of giving me surprises, of watching my wonder at seeing anything beautiful or strange for the first time. One when I was little, she made me supremely happy by rousing me before four o’clock in the morning, dressing me hurriedly, and taking me out for a walk across the graveyard and through the dewey fields. The birds were singing, and the sun was just rising, and we were walking toward the east, hand in hand, when suddenly there appeared before us what looked to me like an immense blue wall, stretching right and left as far as we could see. ‘Oh, what is it the wall of?’ I cried. It was a revelation she had meant for me. ‘So you did not know it was the sea, little girl!’ she said.

Emiline Augusta Larcom and George Spaulding had the following children:

i. EMELINE AUGUSTA SPALDING (daughter of George Spaulding and Emiline Augusta Larcom) was born on 20 Feb 1844. She died on 18 Apr 1845.

ii. GEORGE FRANCIS SPALDING (son of George Spaulding and Emiline Augusta Larcom) was born on 07 Jul 1845. He died on 23 Oct 1846.

iii. CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH SPALDING (daughter of George Spaulding and Emiline Augusta Larcom) was born on 10 May 1847. She died on 31 May 1870 in Lowell, MA; buried at Beverly, MA.

iv. GEORGE HERBERT SPALDING (son of George Spaulding and Emiline Augusta Larcom) was born on 27 Dec 1848. He died on 17 Sep 1849.

v. EDWARD HERBER SPALDING (son of George Spaulding and Emiline Augusta Larcom) was born on 16 Jan 1850. He died on 08 Aug 1851.

vi. THEODORE NORTON SPAULDING (son of George Spaulding and Emiline Augusta Larcom) was born on 20 Aug 1851 in Woodburn, IL; lived in Minneapolis, MN.

vii. FRANCES SPALDING (daughter of George Spaulding and Emiline Augusta Larcom) was born on 08 Sep 1853. She died on 17 Oct 1854.

viii. LUCY LARCOM SPALDING (daughter of George Spaulding and Emiline Augusta Larcom) was born on 14 Jun 1855 in Wisconsin.

ix. LOUIS SIMEON SPALDING (son of George Spaulding and Emiline Augusta Larcom) was born on 14 Jun 1855. He died in Nov 1856.

x. AGNES LOUISA SPALDING (daughter of George Spaulding and Emiline Augusta Larcom) was born on 05 Sep 1857 in Minnesota. She died in 1894.

xi. HENRIETTA SPALDING (daughter of George Spaulding and Emiline Augusta Larcom) was born on 02 Apr 1859.

xii. GRACE ADELINE SPAULDING (daughter of George Spaulding and Emiline Augusta Larcom) was born on 05 Apr 1861 in lived in St. Paul, MN.

31. JONATHAN6 LARCOM (Benjamin5, Jonathan4, David3, Cornelius2, Mordecai1 Sr.) was born on 03 Aug 1818 in Beverly,,MA,USA (Age: 0). He died on 24 Oct 1895 in Chelmsford Center, Middlesex, Massachusetts (Age: 77). He married Harriet Obear on 30 Mar 1841 in Chemsford, Middlesex, Massachusetts. She was born on 13 Sep 1816 in Chelmsford, Massachusetts (Age: 0).

Notes for Jonathan Larcom:

“My brother John’s plans for my entertainment did not always harmonize entirely with my own ideas. He had an inventive mind, and wanted me to share his boyish sports. But I did not like to ride in a wheelbarrow, nor to walk on stilts, nor even to coast down the hill on his sled; and I always got a tumble, if I tried, for I was a rather clumsy child; besides I much preferred girls’ quieter games.”

Jonathan Larcom and Harriet Obear had the following children:

i. FRANKLIN HERSEY7 LARCOM (son of Jonathan Larcom and Harriet Obear) was born on 22 Nov 1847 in Chelmsford,,MA,USA.

ii. HARRIET E LARCOM (son of Jonathan Larcom and Harriet Obear) was born in 1850 in ,,MA,.

iii. HARRIET E LARCOM (daughter of Jonathan Larcom and Harriet Obear) was born about 1850 in Massachusetts.

iv. FREDERICK A LARCOM (son of Jonathan Larcom and Harriet Obear) was born in 1854 in ,,MA,.

Notes for Frederick A Larcom:

Occupation: Carpenter at age 26

32. ABIGAIL OBER6 LARCOM (Benjamin5, Jonathan4, David3, Cornelius2, Mordecai1 Sr.) was born on 22 May 1820 in Beverly,,MA,USA. She died on 11 Dec 1902 in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts (Age: 82). She married Luther Haskell (son of William Haskell* and Betsy Standley*) on 20 Jun 1844 in Beverly, Essex County, Massachusetts. He was born on 30 Jan 1819 in Beverly, Essex County, Massachusetts. He died on 13 May 1907 in Beverly, Massachusetts, USA.

Notes for Luther Haskell:

Occupation: blacksmith

Abigail Ober Larcom and Luther Haskell had the following children:

i. EDWARD HARRINGTON HASKELL (son of Luther Haskell and Abigail Ober Larcom) was born on 26 Mar 1845 in Rowley, Essex County, Massachusetts. He died on 15 Feb 1929 in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts.

ii. FRANK STANLEY HASKELL (son of Luther Haskell and Abigail Ober Larcom) was born on 25 Dec 1846 in Rowley, Essex County, Massachusetts. He died on 02 Oct 1922 in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts. He married an unknown spouse on 21 May 1910 in Newburyport, Massachusetts, USA.

iii. ABIGAIL L HASKELL (daughter of Luther Haskell and Abigail Ober Larcom) was born in 1851 in Rowley, Essex County, Massachusetts. She died on 25 Oct 1900 in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts.

iv. ABBIE L HASKELL (daughter of Luther Haskell and Abigail Ober Larcom) was born in Aug 1851 in Massachusetts.

33. LYDIA SMITH6 LARCOM (Benjamin5, Jonathan4, David3, Cornelius2, Mordecai1 Sr.) was born on 05 Mar 1822 in Beverly,,MA,USA (Age: 0). She died on 17 Apr 1893 in Boston, MA (Age: 72). She married Isaac Wallis Baker on 19 Apr 1844 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts. He was born on 09 Apr 1818 in Beverly, Essex Co., MA. He died in Sep 1862.

Notes for Isaac Wallis Baker:

“In the summer of 1849 a group of young men from Beverly and nearby towns bought the bark San Francisco, formed a company, wrote a constitution and by-laws, and agreed that they would not make the mistake other groups were making: they would stay together and share the profits and the hardships of the venture.

 As master of the ship they had Captain Thomas Remmonds, with Andrew Larcom [Lucy’s cousin] as second mate. The captain of the company and keeper of it’s journal was Lydia’s husband, Isaac Baker.70 Luther Haskell, Abigail’s husband, was a passenger. The whole town turned out to see them off on the morning of 15 August 1849, as they sailed from Beverly harbor. The bark carried forty members, including a few passengers, sixty-three thousand feet of planed boards, ten-thousand bricks, eight house frames, twenty pigs, a dog, a kitten, and a crow. There was even a ship’s band, made up of drums, cymbals, accordion, tambourine, and bells.

 The ships log, kept by Joseph Carrico, records the events of the pleasant and fairly fast voyage; Isaac Baker’s journal is less formal and more detailed. He had written the company song, to be sung to the tune of “Oh, Susannah!” and he also wrote a Thanksgiving proclamation for the company and crew. When the ship was running smoothly, the band played and the young men sang or talked politics or planned the future they would make with their California gold.
 
 Baker’s journal reveals a delightful personality as well as the events of the voyage. His entries are wise and good-natured, his descriptions are colorful, and he summed up or commented on situations in light-hearted verse. While lying off Monterey the ship encountered wind and rain and heavy seas. Baker wrote:
 
‘One never minds the water in such weather as this , when it’s too plenty, both salt and fresh, so plenty indeed, that we would like most anything for a change and although we have not seen the sun of late and therefore are not sure of our position, yet

 One thing we know, that we can show
 And that too without boasting
 We’ve all enough of this ‘ere stuff
 Called California coasting

‘Tis rather disagreeable at this season of the year, for although not cold, yet continual gales of wind and squalls of rain are anything but pleasant when close in to the land and so many vessels about, so we can’t help saying

 And thus we talk and act, but then
 ‘Tis useless so to hanker,
 These things we’ll bear, ‘til all is fair,
 And then run in and anchor.

Although there had been some difficulty rounding the Horn, the voyage was a good one and on 11 January 1850, one hundred forty nine days out of Beverly, they entered San Francisco harbor.

 Of course the news of the voyage came slowly. Passing ships brought information from the San Francisco to Beverly, and that news reached the prairie [to Lucy & Emeline] in letters from Lydia through the fall, winter, and early spring. Lucy and Emeline were naturally interested in the fate of a cousin, two brothers-in-law, and a host of childhood friends, and everybody was relieved to hear of their safe arrival in California.

 Isaac Baker’s first happy impression of San Francisco vanished when he went ashore: ‘It’s the most degraded, immoral, uncivilized and dirty city that can be imagined and the sooner we are away from here the better, were my afterthoughts five minutes after being landed on shore.’ 

Furthermore, the price of lumber in the city was so low that they could not break even, so they decided to sail up the Sacramento River to the gold fields. Although the distance was only a few miles, it took them thirty-three days to get their heavily loaded oceangoing sailing ship up the river. Passage was hampered by tides, shallows, shoals, marshes, channels, and wind currents. Determined to manage on their own and not to abandon the cargo, they refused to hire a pilot for four hundred dollars. They spent more time grounded or becalmed than they did afloat, attacked by frustration and mosquitoes, and depressed when on trips ashore to hunt they saw piles of machinery and cargo dumped by other sailing ships that had attempted the same journey. The sight of regular steamer traffic going up and down the river did not help.
 
 They reached Sacramento on 20 February, sold their cargo at a disappointingly small profit, and then, as usually happened with the companies, split up. (Baker summed it up in another set of verses.) With Luther Haskell and another friend, Baker set off to try his luck in the mines. From February to September they traveled around, making barely enough money to cover their expenses, although Baker’s journal keeps it’s tone of interest and good humor. The trip home was long, dismal, and dangerous; the ship, the Belgrade was nearly wrecked and it took five weeks to get as far as Acapulco. From there he took a steamer to Panama, crossed the Isthmus, and found another ship, arriving in New York on 8 November 1850. Andrew Larcom got back to Beverly about the same time, having made the long journey overland.
Isaac W. Baker was both a seaman and businessman and came from a good Beverly family. Lucy Larcom was particularly delighted with Isaac’s good humor and warm, lively personality.

Lydia Smith Larcom and Isaac Wallis Baker had the following children:

47. i. LOUIS HARRINGTON BAKER (son of Isaac Wallis Baker and Lydia Smith Larcom) was born on 24 Aug 1862 in Beverly, Essex Co., MA. He died before 1930. He married Evelyn M Baker in 1887. She was born in May 1863 in Connecticut.

ii. LIZZIE BAKER (daughter of Isaac Wallis Baker and Lydia Smith Larcom).

iii. ISAAC BAKER (son of Isaac Wallis Baker and Lydia Smith Larcom).

34. OCTAVIA6 LARCOM (Benjamin5, Jonathan4, David3, Cornelius2, Mordecai1 Sr.) was born on 08 Jun 1827 in Beverly,,MA,USA (Age: 0). She died on 16 Apr 1913 in Chelmsford, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA (Age: 85). She married Edwin King Parkhurst (son of Josiah King Parkhurst and Ruth Spalding) on 02 Sep 1853 in Beverly, Massachusetts, USA. He was born on 28 Feb 1828 in Chelmsford, Middlesex, Massachusettes (Age: 0). He died on 12 Sep 1898 in Chelmsford MA (Age: 70).

Octavia Larcom and Edwin King Parkhurst had the following children:

i. CHARLOTTE M PARKHURST (daughter of Edwin King Parkhurst and Octavia Larcom) was born about 1857 in Massachusetts.

ii. CLARA LARCOM PARKHURST (daughter of Edwin King Parkhurst and Octavia Larcom) was born in Jul 1858 in Massachusetts. She died on 05 Sep 1933 in Chelmsford, Middleex, Massachusetts, USA.

iii. EDWIN L PARKHURST (son of Edwin King Parkhurst and Octavia Larcom) was born about 1861 in Massachusetts.

iv. HARRY L PARKHURST (son of Edwin King Parkhurst and Octavia Larcom) was born about 1865 in Massachusetts.

v. HORTENSE PARKHURST (daughter of Edwin King Parkhurst and Octavia Larcom) was born about 1868 in Massachusetts.

vi. EDGAR F PARKHURST (son of Edwin King Parkhurst and Octavia Larcom) was born about 1869 in Massachusetts.

35. BETSEY6 LARCOM (Andrew5, Jonathan4, David3, Cornelius2, Mordecai1 Sr.) was born on 27 Sep 1805 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States (Age: 0). She died on 08 Aug 1891 in Beverly, Massachusetts, USA (Age: 85). She married Israel Lefavour on 25 Jan 1827 in Beverly, Essex, Mass, Usa. He was born on 04 Nov 1801 in Beverly, Essex, Mass, Usa. He died on 27 Jan 1875 in Beverly, Essex, Mass, Usa.

Betsey Larcom and Israel Lefavour had the following child:

i. ELISA F LEFAVOUR (daughter of Israel Lefavour and Betsey Larcom) was born in 1845 in Beverly, Essex, Mass, Usa.

36. ANDREW6 LARCOM (Andrew5, Jonathan4, David3, Cornelius2, Mordecai1 Sr.) was born on 12 May 1807 in Beverly (Essex) MA. He died on 11 Apr 1888 in Beverly (Essex) MA (Age: 80). He married Abigail Lefavour on 04 Feb 1834 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts. She was born on 19 Sep 1809 in Massachusetts. She died on 21 May 1897 in Beverly Essex Mass.

Notes for Andrew Larcom:

Occupation: Mariner

Andrew Larcom and Abigail Lefavour had the following children:

i. EMILY7 LARCOM (daughter of Andrew Larcom and Abigail Lefavour) was born in 1840.

48. ii. WILLIAM H LARCOM (son of Andrew Larcom and Abigail Lefavour) was born on 27 Aug 1843 in Beverly Essex Mass. He died on 02 Jun 1919. He married MARTHA JANE DODGE. She was born on 07 Apr 1844. She died on 30 Sep 1892.

iii. ISABELLA LARCOM (daughter of Andrew Larcom and Abigail Lefavour) was born in 1845.

iv. LYDIA S LARCOM (daughter of Andrew Larcom and Abigail Lefavour) was born in 1848.

v. FRANCES L LARCOM (daughter of Andrew Larcom and Abigail Lefavour) was born on 16 Aug 1853 in Beverly,,MA,USA. She died on 24 Dec 1946. She married Roger E Dodge on 09 Jan 1846 in Lowell,,MA,USA.

37. MARY L (MOLLY)6 OBER (Andrew5 Larcom, Jonathan4 Larcom, David3 Larcom, Cornelius2 Larcom, Mordecai1 Larcom Sr.,Andrew5, Jonathan4 Larcom, David3 Larcom, Cornelius2 Larcom, Mordecai1 Larcom Sr.) was born in 1809 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States. She died on 17 Aug 1875 in Beverly, Massachusetts, USA (Age: 66). She married (1) DAVID LARCOM (son of David Larcom and Elizabeth”Betsey” Haskell) in Beverly, Massachusetts. He was born on 09 Aug 1808 in Beverly. He died on 17 Feb 1883 in Beverly, Massachusetts, USA (Age: 75). She married (2) BENJAMIN OBER (son of Benjamin Obear and Sarah Gilham) on 05 Oct 1830. He was born on 12 Aug 1806 in Beverly, Massachusetts (Age: 0). He died in 1836 (Age: 30).

Notes for Mary L (Molly) Ober:

daughter of David’s Uncle Andrew & Aunt Molly Standley

In the house on Mingo Beach Hill our May Larcom Ober was born in 1835 and here her father died in the same year. There was an older sister Abigail, who died when she was a young woman.
After a while, the widowretuned to her father’s home; in 1840 she was married to her cousin David Larcom the younger, and they lived in the Larcom House at the Farms. As his father, the first “Uncle David” died in the same year, his widow “Aunt Betsey” moved upstairs. David and his wife with her childrem Abby and Mary lived below; four children were born to them: David, Lydia, Joseph and Theodore.

Notes for David Larcom:

Occupation: Farm Laborer.

What a character for instance, was Uncle David Larcom! Among the old Puritans who were his ancestors, and among whom he was raised, what a constant surprise he must have been! Certainly no hero of a dime novel could have done more startling and audacious things. He ran off to sea in his youth and stayed away from the village for three years. During that time, he had seen and experienced enough to satisfy Tom Sawyer; he had messed with Indian Lascars and acquired a taste for curry and red pepper which he never lost. And with the love for stimulating stories, and could draw the very longest kind of an innocent bow, that carried far and never hurt anybody.

Who could forget his yarns of the sea serpent and his life on the old English Brig? “Has he got to the Old English Brig?” his waggish son would inquire, as he listened from an adjoining room.
He gave away a wonderful old mirror, beautifully carved, with a lion’s head at the bottom, and a boy astride a goose at the top, with leaves and bunches of grapes at the sides, and glass, as it seems to me almost an inch thick. It hangs now in the drawing room of its possessor restored to pristine beauty and bearing an inscription setting forth that it came from the wreck of the “Schooner Hesperus.”

Uncle David told this yarn when he gave away the beautiful mirror. Nobody had ever heard of this connection with the Schooner Hesperus. My own impression was that the mirror was brought to the old house, which I now own, by Aunt Betsey Larcom, the great-grandmother of Elsie Doan. Dear old Uncle David! Sometimes his language was not choice, but how big his heart was!

After he uncoiled his sea legs and settled down to teaming, mildly flavored with farming was there ever a more generous or kindly neighbor?
People often cheated him, in fact, he almost seemed to like being cheated.

His patient wife once remarked that he always wanted to give his own things away, and buy thing for more than people asked for them. He would match Uncle Toby’s army in Flanders for profanity, but he would go miles to help a sick friend, or (and this is, to my mind, the last test of friendship in a horse owner) turn out his old “Bun” ont he stormiest night that ever raged, to help a brother teamster up a hill.And when were ever his own rakes and plows and forks at home? Weren’t they always lent out somewhere? What a reverence for all things sacred, way down in the bottom of his large heart he always had! How deferential to ministers he was! How angry he would be at any unnecessary breaking of the “Sahbath” as he called it. How steadily he read (though he wouldn’t go to church) all day and all evening of the Lord’s Day–taking up his book at night, where he left it to feed his “critturs,” and holding his sperm oil lamp in his hand as he finished his day of rest. Some of his expressions remain in my mind as, for instance, “From July to Eternity” to indicate his weariness at something too much prolonged. He liked to exaggerate as well as Mark Twain did, as when he used to wish on a furiously stormy night, that he were way over on Half Way Rock, always being careful to have a tremendous fire going, and a pitcher of cider at hand, before he expressed the desire. The memory of his good religious father was always with him, and when he was in particularly genial frame of mind, he would sing snatches of the old tunes he heard his father sing;–

The Lord into his garden comes
The spices yeild their rich “Perfooms”
The lilies grow and thrive

was one of his favorites.

His kindly handsome face, his enormous size, his laugh, which was ten laughs in one, are among the dear remembrances of my childhood.
And I can hardly close this sketch better than by quoting his old family doctor’s words: “Swear, yes, but his swearing was better than some folks’ praying.”

Mary L (Molly) Ober and David Larcom had the following children:

i. DAVID7 LARCOM (son of David Larcom and Mary L (Molly) Ober) was born on 05 Jul 1841 in Beverly,,MA,USA. He died on 06 Aug 1885 in Beverly, Massachusetts. He married Eva Maria Haskell on 23 Mar 1876 in Beverly, Massachusetts, USA. She was born about 1854 in Beverly.

Notes for David Larcom:
Servant: Ella Foster. Occupation: Mariner.

ii. LYDIA S LARCOM (daughter of David Larcom and Mary L (Molly) Ober) was born on 08 Oct 1842 in Beverly,,MA,USA (Age: 0).

44. iii. JOSEPH HENRY LARCOM (son of David Larcom and Mary L (Molly) Ober) was born on 25 May 1845 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, USA (Age: 0). He died on 10 Oct 1899 in Beverly, Massachusetts, USA (Age: 54). He married Mary Augusta Morse (daughter of James Morse and Harriet Knapp) on 15 Jun 1869 in Beverly, Massachusetts, USA. She was born on 25 Nov 1846 in Massachusetts. She died on 25 Oct 1921 in Beverly, Massachusetts, USA.

iv. THEODORE LARCOM (son of David Larcom and Mary L (Molly) Ober) was born on 09 Apr 1849 in Beverly,,MA,USA. He died on 07 Apr 1853 in Beverly, Massachusetts, USA.

Notes for Benjamin Ober:

When Benjamin Ober, who was first mate of an East Indiaman, married Mary Larcom they went to live in the house on the north side of Mingo Beach Hill. It was a smaller house then, and close to the road, with a lovely outlook over the sea. A page of Lucy Larcom’s gives so charming an account of “the Farms” it must be quoted here, as Mary Ober was fond of it. The old homestead was where Andrew and Mary Larcom lived while, “Uncle David” and “Aunt Betsey” lived in the house which we know as Mary Ober’s house in the middle of the village.

Mary L (Molly) Ober and Benjamin Ober had the following children:

i. MARY LARCOM OBER (child of Benjamin Ober and Mary L (Molly) Ober) was born on 19 Oct 1835 in Beverly, Massachusetts (Age: 0). Mary Larcom died on 11 Jun 1920 in Beverly, MA (Age: 84). Mary Larcom married James Beatty Dow (son of Alexander Daw) on 03 Apr 1889 in Beverly, Massachusetts, USA. He was born on 05 Apr 1850 in Glenbucket, Scotland. He died on 16 Sep 1920 in 705 Hale Street, Beverly, MA (Age: 70).

ii. ABIGAIL OBER (daughter of Benjamin Ober and Mary L (Molly) Ober).

38. ASA6 LARCOM (Andrew5, Jonathan4, David3, Cornelius2, Mordecai1 Sr.) was born on 15 Mar 1812 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States. He died on 22 Oct 1882 in Beverly, Massachusetts (Age: 70). He married Abigail Hooper on 19 Dec 1834. She was born on 16 Oct 1816 in Massachusetts. She died on 12 Nov 1890.

Asa Larcom and Abigail Hooper had the following children:

i. ABBY F7 LARCOM (daughter of Asa Larcom and Abigail Hooper) was born about 1846 in Massachusetts.

ii. ADELINE M LARCOM (daughter of Asa Larcom and Abigail Hooper) was born on 28 Mar 1852 in Beverly, MA.

39. JOHN6 LARCOM (Andrew5, Jonathan4, David3, Cornelius2, Mordecai1 Sr.) was born on 14 Oct 1814 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States (Age: 0). He died on 03 Dec 1900 in Beverly, Massachusetts, USA (Age: 86). He married Lucy Marshall on 10 Jan 1839. She was born on 26 Nov 1818 in Massachusetts. She died on 31 Jan 1896.

John Larcom and Lucy Marshall had the following children:

i. JOHN H7 LARCOM (son of John Larcom and Lucy Marshall) was born on 04 Apr 1840 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, USA. He died on 29 Nov 1918.

ii. EMMA LARCOM (daughter of John Larcom and Lucy Marshall) was born about 1853 in Massachusetts.

iii. ISACHA LARCOM (son of John Larcom and Lucy Marshall).

iv. LUCY J LARCOM (daughter of John Larcom and Lucy Marshall).

v. EMILY LARCOM (daughter of John Larcom and Lucy Marshall).

40. EDMUND6 LARCOM (Andrew5, Jonathan4, David3, Cornelius2, Mordecai1 Sr.) was born on 27 Dec 1818 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States (Age: 0). He died on 21 Aug 1901 in Beverly, Massachusetts, USA (Age: 82). He married Louisa Woodberry on 06 Dec 1844 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts. She was born on 01 Nov 1820 in Beverly, Essex, MA, USA. She died on 21 Jul 1887 in Beverly, Essex, MA, USA.

Edmund Larcom and Louisa Woodberry had the following child:

i. EDMUND H7 LARCOM (son of Edmund Larcom and Louisa Woodberry) was born on 26 Jun 1861 in Massachusetts. He died on 18 Nov 1901.

41. RUFUS6 LARCOM (Andrew5, Jonathan4, David3, Cornelius2, Mordecai1 Sr.) was born on 02 Oct 1825 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States (Age: 0). He died on 29 Nov 1912 (Age: 87). He married (1) LYDIA L REA on 27 Dec 1849 in Beverly, Massachusetts, USA. She was born in Apr 1829 in Massachusetts.

Rufus Larcom had the following child:

i. M ELLA LARCOM (daughter of Rufus Larcom) was born about 1863 in Massachusetts.

Rufus Larcom and Lydia L Rea had the following child:

ii. ALFRED H LARCOM (son of Rufus Larcom and Lydia L Rea) was born about 1861 in Massachusetts.

42. FRANCES ELLINGWOOD FANNIE6 LARCOM (Henry5 2nd, Henry4, David3, Cornelius2, Mordecai1 Sr.) was born on 14 Jun 1807 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States. She died on 26 Jun 1883 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States (Age: 76). She married Joseph Hale Abbott (son of Ezra Abbott and Rebekah Hale) on 13 May 1830 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States. He was born on 25 Sep 1802 in Wilton, Hillsborough, New Hampshire, United States. He died on 07 Apr 1873 in Wilton, Hillsborough, New Hampshire, United States (Age: 80).

Frances Ellingwood Fannie Larcom and Joseph Hale Abbott had the following children:

50. i. HENRY LARCOM ABBOTT (son of Joseph Hale Abbott and Frances Ellingwood Fannie Larcom) was born on 13 Aug 1831 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States. He died on 01 Oct 1927 in Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States (Age: 96). He married (1) MARY SUSAN EVERETT (daughter of Reverend Stevens Everett and Emily Abbott) on 27 Apr 1856 in Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. She was born on 15 Apr 1832 in Hallowell, Kennebec, Maine, United States. She died on 13 Mar 1871 in Willetts Point, New York, United States.

ii. EDWIN HALE ABBOTT (son of Joseph Hale Abbott and Frances Ellingwood Fannie Larcom) was born on 26 Jan 1834 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States. He died on 30 May 1927 in Wisconsin, United States.

iii. FRANCIS ELLINGWOOD ABBOTT (son of Joseph Hale Abbott and Frances Ellingwood Fannie Larcom) was born on 06 Nov 1836 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States. He died on 23 Oct 1903 in Beverly, Massachusetts.

iv. EMILY FRANCES ABBOTT (daughter of Joseph Hale Abbott and Frances Ellingwood Fannie Larcom) was born on 01 Apr 1839 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States. She died in 1899 in Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States.

v. EDWARD STANLEY ABBOTT (son of Joseph Hale Abbott and Frances Ellingwood Fannie Larcom) was born on 22 Oct 1841 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States. He died on 08 Jul 1863 in Gettysburg, Adams, Pennsylvania, United States.

vi. BABY BOY ABBOTT (son of Joseph Hale Abbott and Frances Ellingwood Fannie Larcom) was born on 03 Sep 1844 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States. He died on 04 Sep 1844 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States.

51. vii. WILLIAM FITZHALE ABBOTT (son of Joseph Hale Abbott and Frances Ellingwood Fannie Larcom) was born on 27 Apr 1853 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States. He died on 21 Apr 1922 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, yrs 69 (Age: 68). He married Caroline Ward Sewall (daughter of Edmond Q Sewall and Louise Sewall) in 1884. She was born in Nov 1860 in Delaware. She died on 21 Apr 1939 in Worcester, Worcester, Massachusetts, USA.

viii. HALE ABBOTT (son of Joseph Hale Abbott and Frances Ellingwood Fannie Larcom) was born in 1860 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, USA. He died in 1860 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, USA.


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