Seth ALDRICH and Deborah HAYWARD, 3 Sept 1700.
Deborah, dau. of Seth and Deborah, 26 Nov 1703.
Hannah, w. of David, 17 Feb 1731/32.
Jacob, 22 Oct 1695.
Jonathan, son of David and Hannah, 28 Aug 1718.
Mercy, dau. of Jacob and Hannah, 18 Mar 1693.
Noah, son of Seth and Deborah, 22 Nov 1713.
Rechel, dau. of Jacob and Hulda, 25 Nov 1690.
Vital Records of Uxbridge, MA, to the Year
1850, publ. Boston, 1916.
Dinah, dau. of Edward and Dinah, 3 May 1734.
Edward, son of Edward and Dinah, 29 Aug 1738.
Hannah, dau. of Edward and Dinah, 16 Apr 1736.
Sarah, dau. of Edward and Dinah, 20 Dec 1740.
ALDRICH, Dinah and Edward ALDRICH, int. 7 Mar 1731/32.
ALDRICH, Edward (Jr.) of Douglas and Elisabeth ALDRICH, int. 6 Sept 1761.
Vital Records of Douglas, MA, to the End of
the Year 1849, publ. Worcester,
Abegail, dau. of Edward and Dinah, 10 Apr 1751.
Abner, son of Edward and Dina, 8 Apr 1748.
Oliver, son of Edward and Dina, 30 May 1744.
Zaccheus, son of Edward and Dinah, 13 Mar 1755.
Ann, dau. of Edward and Ann, 21 Aug 1763.
David, son of Edward and Ann, 25 Sept 1771.
Jiry, of Edward and Ann, 23 Sept 1762.
(There's an editor's note suggesting that this is "Jerry"--an unlikely name
in that time and place. I think it is a mis-transcription of "Tiry" which is
a nickname for Tirzah--a name that is used by others in this family. Could
this be the one that one of the genealogies has listed as Jeremy? That's a
real stretch! Does anyone know who this is?)
John, son of Edward and Ann, 22 Apr 1765.
Lydia, dau. of Edward and Ann, 1 Mar 1769.
Olive, dau. of Edward and Ann, 15 May 1767.
Ru(?), son of Edward and Ann, 10 Jan 1762.
(This is very likely the name Ruel. I think the actual town records need to
be checked to see what "Jiry" and "Ru" really say.)
Abner ALDRICH and Phebe INMAN, int. 14 April 1772.
Edward ALDRICH Jr. and Elisabeth ALDRICH of Uxbridge, int. 12 Nov 1761.
Oliver ALDRICH and Pricilla BROWN of Glocester, int. 27 Oct 1766.
DAR PATRIOT INDEX
This is a list of VRs pertaining to a particular line of Aldriches that were
being discussed. It is NOT all of the Aldriches in these towns -- but may be
helpful to those who belong to this branch of the family. Sue