Some Descendants of Thomas Brown - aqw110.htm

Some Descendants of Thomas BROWN & his sons, Thomas, John & Eleazer, of Stonington, Conn.

Seventh Generation

(Continued)


3627. Charles C. MAIN (Gardner T. MAIN , Nathaniel MAIN , Thankful BROWN , James , Eleazer , Thomas ) was born 24 Apr 1812 in Brooklyn, Windham Co., Connecticut. He died 15 Jul 1878 in Carthage, Illinois.

THE MAIN TREE II, Second Edition, by Nancy (Portor) Childress, 1995. page 135.
    DAR #685170 - Helen Main Nolden, she used information taken from
    DAR #493414 - Evelyn A. Hanks
    DAR #387581 - Gloria Duncan Hill
THE HANKS FAMILY, by Harry Hanks, MD
BABCOCK AND MAIN GENEALOGY, published in 1910 page 119.

Charles married Eliza Ann STIGALL on 23 Aug 1842. Eliza was born 15 Apr 1821 in Crab Orchard, Rockcastle Co., Kentucky. She died 6 Jan 1865 in Carthage, Illinois.

They had the following children:

+ 6582 M i Sater Appley MAIN was born 27 Jun 1849 and died 22 Dec 1929.

3640. Elizabeth THOMPSON (Abigail MAIN , Nathaniel MAIN , Thankful BROWN , James , Eleazer , Thomas ) was born 27 Nov 1814.

1850 CENSUS, NORTH STONINGTON, NEW LONDON CO., CONN., Microfilm 48, 7 Aug 1850, S. Wheeler, Dwelling 107, Family 118.
Line 15, Betsey Slocum, 35, female, born in CT

Elizabeth married Simeon Perry SLOCUM, son of John William SLOCUM and Lydia PERRY, on 29 Jan 1843. Simeon was born 22 Oct 1819 in Hopkinton, Washington Co., Rhode Island.

AUG. 3, 1844, VOL. 5, PAGE 387.
    To: Burrel Slocum, Simeon P. Slocum, and Jesse B. Slocum to Elija Perry dated Aug. 3, 1844, Vol. 5, page 287. Bounded on the north by Elija Kinyon's, on the east by Azariah Main and Charles P. White and on the south by Charles P. White and Reuben S. and Bila W. P. Bennett, and on the west by the highway leading from Pawcatuck Bridge to Voluntown, containing by estimation 40 acres, more or less, meaning and intending to convey all the land and buildings that was set to the three of us in the distribution of the Estate of our father, William Slocum.

NOTE: This in 1968 is the Martin Browne property at Laurel Glen. During the ownership of the 3 brothers above, boundary on the north continued to the Perry Kinyon, later Kenyon; EAST was the Bentley lot and land of Charles P. White -- while later it was EAST by Azariah Maine and Charles P. White; on the SOUTH it was White and R. A. Bennett & Son, while later it was White and Reuben S. and Bila W. P. Bennett, probably the same persons. The WEST continued to be the highway, later described as the highway leading from Pawcatuck Bridge to Voluntown.

JAN. 15, 1845, VOL. R-1, PAGE 262.
    From: Estate of William Slocum, to various heirs by distribution agreement dated Jan. 15, 1854; Vol. R-1, Page 262. Agreement between Philura Maine, Almira Lewis, Burrell Slocum, Simeon P. Slocum, and Jesse B. Slocum.
    The lot of Burrel, Simeon P. and Jesse B. Slocum, they have agreed to hold in common with each other and is bounded on the north by lands of Perry Kinyon, on the east by the Bentley lot and land of Charles P. White, on the south by lands of said White and R. A. Bennett & Son., on the west by the highway, with a dwelling house thereon standing.

SEPT. 4, 1845, VOL. 6, PAGE 230.
    Nathaniel B. Crary to Simeon P. Slocum dated Sept. 4, 1845, Vol. 6, page 230 -- beginning at the northwest corner of the premises at the river, thence easterly with lands of Christopher Brown heirs, Jabish B. Main, and lands of the heirs of Goerge and Jeremiah Thurston, east by lands of Isaac York and Uriah Main, south on lands belonging to the heirs of Jesse York, deceased, and lands of Jabish York until it comes to the river, thence with Jabish York until it comes to the river, thence with said river northerly until it comes to the first mentioned bound, about 125 acres.
Witnessed by Matthew Brown and John H. Crary.

FEB 13, 1849, VOL. 6, PAGE 358.
    Benjamin B. Thurston, Horance Thurston, Asa Potter and Mary Ann Potter of South Kingstown, and Caroline Thruston and Thomas P. Wells of South Kingstwon, and Charles Noyes of Hopkinton, for $1,350, to Simeon P. Slocum and William Main of North Stonington, -- one certain farm or tract of land lying in North Stonington is two lots.
    1. with a dwelling house and other buildings containing 169.5 acres, beginning at highway by Zebulon York's land, thence nortgh by the highway until it comes to the heirs of Christopher Brown, thence easterly by said heirs land, thence southerly by said heirs land until it comes to Isaac York's land, thence easterly by said Isaac York's land, thence southerly by said York's land, thence easterly by Dish Brown until it comes to the heirs of Abel Collins, thence north and easterly by the heris of Elijah Kenyon until it strikes the highway, thence northerly by the highway until it comes to the brook, thence northerly by said brook until it strikes Zebulon York's sland, thence northerly by said York;s land until it strikes the highway by heap of stones, thence west by the Bennett lot, southerly by Zebulon York, thence westerly by Zebulon York until it strikes the first mentioned bound.
    2. Containing 16 acres and 11/100 acres, and bound on the east by the heirs of Abel Collins on the south by Azariah Main, on the west by Simeon P. Slocum and on the north by Isaac York and Dish Brown containing in the whole 185 11/100 acres.

MAR. 24, 1849, VOL. 6, PAGE 602.
    Simeon P. Slocum to William Main dated Mar. 24, 1849, Vol. 6, page 602 -- undivided one half interest, bounded on the east by land of the heirs of Abel Collins, on the south by Azariah Main's land, on the west by Simeon P. Slocum's land, on the north by Isaac York and Dish Brown, or however, 16 and 11/100 acres.

MARCH 28, 1849, VOL. 6, PAGE 559.
    Simeon P. Slocum to Francis Burdick 169.5 acres. Beginning at the highway by Zebulon York's land, thence southerly by the highway until it comes to the heirs of Christopher Brown, thence easterly by said heirs land, thence southerly by said heirs land untilit comes to Isaac York's land, thence easterly by said York's land, thence southerly by said York;s land; thence westerly by Dick Mason until it comes to the heirs of Abel Collins, thence south and easterly by the heris of elijah Kenyon until it striakes the highway, thence northerly by said highway until it comes to the Brook, thence northerly by said Brook until it strickes Zebulon York's land, thence northerly by said York land until it strikes the highway by a heap of stones, thence westerly by the Burnt Lot and southerly by Zebulon York, thence westerly by said York until it strikes the first mentioned bound, containing 169.5 acres.
Witnessed by William Main and Peleg Clark.

DEC. 4, 1849, VOL. 6, PAGE 628.
    Simeon P. Slocum of North Stonington for $10 sells to Freelove Maine of North Stonington one certain lot of land situated in North Stonington -- beginning at a stake and heap of stones in the northwest corner of said lot thence running easterly by land of Christopher Brown heirs to a white oak tree which is near the northeast corner of said lot and standing on said Slocum's land; thence running southerly by lands of said Slocum to a maple tree which is near the southeast corner on said Slocum's land; thence running westerly by said slocum's land to a stake and heap of stones which is the southwest corner of said lot, thence running northerly by land of Jabish S. Maine to the first  mentioned bound, containing by estimation one acre. Said Freelove Main is to make and maintain all the line fence between the said Slocum's land and the said lot at her own expense.
Witnessed by Peleg Clark and Dianthia Main.

APRIL 4, 1850, VOL. 7, PAGE 29.
    John P. Hull of Westerly, RI and Christopher C. West to Simeon P. Slocum, 100 acres. Bounded northerly by the Reuben S. Bennet lands, easterly and southerly by lands of Lodowick Burdick, and westerly by lands of Peleg Clarke,
Witnesses: Peleg Clarke and Fanny Langworthy

APRIL 4, 1850, VOL. 7, PAGE 33.
    Simeon P. Slocum of North Stonington for $1,000. received of Christopher C. West of said North Stonington, Conn do sell one certain lot of land lying in said North Stonington.
    Bounded: Beginning at the North corner at the River, thence easterly with the fence by lands on the North belonging to the heirs of Christopher Brown, dec'd. until it comes to the highway leading from Pawcatuck Bridge to Pendleton Hill and East of said highway by lands on the North of Jabesh B. Main and Freelove Main, the heirs of Christopher Brown and Isaac York, easterly by lands of said Isaac York, William Maine and Amos Main until it comes to a large rock with a heap of stones on it which is the Southeast corner of the lot convayed. Thence running westerly to a mearstone and a heap of stones which is the Northeast corner of Jabesh B. York's lot. Thence southerly by Jabez B. York;s land until it comes to the aforesaid River. Thence by and with said River to the first mentioned bound. Containing by estimation 124 acres.
Witnesses: Peleg Clarke & Fanny Langworthy.

1850 CENSUS, NORTH STONINGTON, NEW LONDON CO., CONN., Microfilm 48, 7 Aug 1850, S. Wheeler, Dwelling 107, Family 118.
Line 14, Simeon P. Slocum, 30, male, farmer, realestate $2,000, born in CT
Line 15, Betsey Slocum, 35, female, born in CT
Line 16, Texanna Slocum, 5, female, born in CT
Line 17, Josephine Slocum, 1, female, born in CT

DEC. 14, 1852, VOL. 7, PAGE 254. CRAMBERRY BOG
    Mathew S. Kinyon of North Stonington for $1800 to Simeon P. Slocum dated Dec. 14, 1852, Vol. 7, page 254, do sell the following tract of land -- Beginning at the northeast corner of lands owned by Lodwick Burdick, thence running westerly by said Burdick and said Slocum land until it comes to a ditch in the cranberry bod, so-called, which ditch is Peleg Clark's east line, thence northerly by said ditch and line fence to the highway, thence by said highway to land owned by Elijah Perry, thence running easterly by said Perry's land Horace White lands to an ash tree that is marked standing in the wall, thence southerly to a stake and heap of stones by land owned by said Kenyon, thence running easterly by said Kinyon's land to another stake and stones, thence running northerly by said Kinyon's land to the butment of the garden wall and with said wall to the southeast corner of said garden, and in the same direction of the last named wall until it comes to the south line of a lot of land said Kinyon bought of Charles P. White, thence running by said Kinyon and Robert Palmers land until it comes to the northeast corner of said convoyed premises, thence southerly by said Palmer's land to the first mentioned bound, containing by estimation 70 acres, excepting right of way from my waggon and blacksmith shop to the highway on the west side of the aforesaid premises, and also the right  of flowage land tha same that Reuben S. Bennett formerly bought of Simeon Perry, and the right of water running in the original channel and in the racewat from the said wagon shop south thru the aforesaid premises without ever being obstructed by said Slocum or his heirs.
Witnessed by Peleg Clark and Mary E. Clarke.     

JAN. 5, 1953, VOL. 7, PAGE 282,
    Simeon P. Slocum to Peleg Clarke, for $400. dated Jan. 25, 1853, Vol. 7, page 282, 22 and 56/100 acres. -- Beginning at the southeast corner of Clark's barn meadow by the highway, thence by said highway N 88 E 11 chains, thence N 25 E 21 chains & 56 links by said Slocum's land to the south line of the Bennett farm, so-called, now owned by said Slocum, thence by said farm S 88 W 11 chains to the said Clark's land in the swamp, thence S 25 E 21 chains & 33 links by said Clark's land to the first mentioned bound.
Wintessed by Peleg Clark & Mary E. Clark.

JAN. 25, 1853, VOL. 7, PAGE 294.
    Simeon P. Slocum to Lodowick Burdick. Beginning at a small crooked pear tree by the north side of the highway southerly by said highway 2 chains & 50 links, westerly by lands of said Slocum 2 chains to a stone post. Northerly by said Slocum 1 chain 65 links to the pear tree first mentioned. Contining 1/2 acre with dwelling house and out buildings thereon standing.
    Also one other lot beginning at a mearstone in the northwest corner of said Burdick's farm southerly by said Burdick's land to the highway, northerly by the highway to Peleg Clark, Westerly by said Clark land to the mearstone first mentioned, containing 12 acres.
Witnesses: Peleg Clark and Mary E. Clark.

AUG. 26, 1867, VOL. 8, PAGE 332.
    Heirs of William Slocum: Lydia Slocum, Philura Maine, and Asariah Maine of North Stonington, Simeon P. Slocum and Jesse B. Slocum of Voluntown, and Burrell Slocum of Hopkinton to Thomas W. Lewis, 50 acers, bounded east, north and west by land of Clark Hill and William R. Hill, and on the south by the highway it being a tract of land which we own as tenants in common with each other and with our sister Almira Lewis, wife of Thomas W. Lewis, the same lot that came to us by our honored father, now dec., it being subject ot the life estate of our mother Lydia Slocum, which she herein conveys. This was dated Aug. 26, 1867, and was recorded in Vol. 8, page 332.

They had the following children:

  6583 F i
Elizabeth SLOCUM was born 28 Nov 1843 in Hopkinton, Washington Co., Rhode Island. She died 9 Dec 1843 in Hopkinton, Washington Co., Rhode Island.
  6584 F ii
Texana Arnold SLOCUM was born 12 Jun 1845 in Hopkinton, Washington Co., Rhode Island.

1850 CENSUS, NORTH STONINGTON, NEW LONDON CO., CONN., Microfilm 48, 7 Aug 1850, S. Wheeler, Dwelling 107, Family 118.
Line 16, Texanna Slocum, 5, female, born in CT
       
Texana married Rev. John HOLMAN.
  6585 M iii
William Spencer SLOCUM was born 4 May 1847 in Hopkinton, Washington Co., Rhode Island. He died 10 Oct 1849 in Hopkinton, Washington Co., Rhode Island.
  6586 F iv
Josephine May SLOCUM was born 13 Dec 1848 in Hopkinton, Washington Co., Rhode Island. She died 1860 in her youth.

1850 CENSUS, NORTH STONINGTON, NEW LONDON CO., CONN., Microfilm 48, 7 Aug 1850, S. Wheeler, Dwelling 107, Family 118.
Line 17, Josephine Slocum, 1, female, born in CT
  6587 M v
Simeon SLOCUM was born 20 Oct 1850 in Hopkinton, Washington Co., Rhode Island.
       
Simeon married Adeline DARROW.
  6588 M vi
Peleg J. SLOCUM was born 1853. He died 1928.

Researching this line is Vera Main Robinson at Veramrob@aol.com
  6589 F vii
Ida Abigail SLOCUM was born 3 Apr 1855 in Hopkinton, Washington Co., Rhode Island. She died in her youth.
  6590 F viii Patsy T. SLOCUM

3642. Lucy Emeline THOMPSON (Abigail MAIN , Nathaniel MAIN , Thankful BROWN , James , Eleazer , Thomas ) was born 6 Oct 1818.

Lucy married Joseph Allen DOUGLASS on 3 Jun 1844. Joseph was born 22 Jun 1823.

They had the following children:

  6591 M i
Henry Dixon DOUGLASS was born 6 Nov 1845.
       
Henry married Mary STEADMAN on 3 Jul 1867.
  6592 F ii
Mary Frances DOUGLASS was born 29 Jul 1848.
       
Mary married Benjamin Hazard BARBER on 31 Dec 1813.
  6593 F iii
Ella Thompson DOUGLASS was born 29 May 1859.

3650. Thankful ECCLESTON (Clarissa MAIN , Nathaniel MAIN , Thankful BROWN , James , Eleazer , Thomas ) was born 4 Nov 1830 in No. Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut.

1850 CENSUS - NORTH STONINGTON, NEW LONDON CO., CT.
    EGGLESTONE, Thankful, 20, F, W

NORTH STONINGTON VITAL RECORDS, MARRIAGES.
    Lester Maine, age 24, born No. Stonington CT, residence North Stonington CT, married 13 Mar 1856 to Thankful Eccleston, age 24, born No. Stonington CT, residence No. Stonington.

VITAL RECORDS OF NORTH STONINGTON, NEW LONDON CO., CONN. Vol. 1, page 271.
    ECCLESTON, Thankful, m. Lester Main, both of N. Stonington, Mar. 13, 1856, by Rev. J. G. Park, at Griswold.

LAND RECORDS
17 JUN 1878, VOL. 11, PAGE 270.
    FROM: Edward L. Wells, a partner in A. L. Wells and Co., to THANKFUL MAINE, wife of Lester Maine, dated June 17, 1878, Vol. 11, page 270 -- land bounded on the north by lands of Randall Slocum, lands of Orrin Slocum and lands of Denis Healy on the east by the highway, on the south by lands formerly of Robert C. Hunter, and Ann H. Tucker, and on the west by lands of Hunter and Tucker, containing by estimation 4 acres.
    Also the undivided one half of another tract of land in North Stonington bounded on the north by land of Randall and Orrin Slocum, Elisha M. Tucker, on the east of the highway, on the south by lands of Hannah Maine and land formerly of Amos Collins, and on the west by Glade Brook, so-called, or however otherwise said tracts may be bounded, the last above described tract or parcel containing 37 acres, more or less, meaning and intending to convey this same premises we hold by deed from Elish M. Tucker dated May 11, 1874.

NO DATE, NO VOL. & PAGE
    FROM: Harriet A. Tucker Estate, by Van B. Gray, adm., to Thankful Maine, one undivided hald of land bounded on the north by lands of Stephen Slocum and lands of A. L. Wells and Co., on the east by the highway, on the south by lands of Lester Main and lands of Henry A. Eccleston and on the west by lands of Henry A. Ecclestone and the Glade Brook, containing by estimation 35 acres, more or less, with buildings thereon standing.

11 APR 1902, VOL. 14, PAGE 305.
    FROM: Heirs of John Main and Charlotte Main, his cousin John was son of Amos Main and Abigail Slocum. Charlotte Main was daughter of John Main, Jr. and first wife Ellen Lewis.
    "Carey A. Main, Curtis J. Main, Melvine Main, and Lorinda Main to Thankful Main dated Apr. 11, 1902, Vol. 14, page 305  -- 1/14 part undivided of a farm partly in North Stonington and partly in Hopkinton with all the improvements thereon bounded on the north by the Tucker land, so-called, now owned by Thankful Main, and land of Clark Burdick, on the east by the highway, leading northerly from the residence of Peleg Kenyon, on the south byu land of Nelson Perry Main, and land of Charles Kenyon, and west by a pond."

1 JUL 1907, VOL. 14, PAGE 440 & 441.
    Thankful Main, widow of Lester Main, to Dwight Main, dated July 1, 1907, Vol. 14, page 440 and 441 -- (Two tracts)
    (1) 35 acres bounded on the north by Stephen Slocum and A. L. Wells, on the east by the highway, on the south by lands of Lester Main and lands of Henry Eccleston, on the west by land of Lester Main and lands of Henry Eccleston, on the west by lands of said Eccleston and Glade Brook.
    (2) Another tract of 4 acres, north by Randall Slocum, Orrin Slocum, and Dennis Healey, on the east by the highway, south by lands now or formerly of Herbert C. Hunter and Ann H. Tucker, on the west of said Hunter and said Tucker.

Thankful married Lester MAIN, son of John MAIN and Hannah PALMER, on 13 Mar 1856 in Griswold, New London Co., Connecticut, Rev. J. G. Park. Lester was born 10 Oct 1831 in No. Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut. He died 12 Mar 1896 in No. Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut and was buried in Union Cemetery, No. Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut.

THE DESCENDANTS OF EZEKIEL MAINE OF STONINGTON, CONN, compiled by Algernon Aikin Aspinwall, Washington, DC, 1905, DAR Library. page 47.

NORTH STONINGTON VITAL RECORDS, MARRIAGES.
    Lester Maine, age 24, born No. Stonington CT, residence North Stonington CT, married 13 Mar 1856 to Thankful Eccleston, age 24, born No. Stonington CT, residence No. Stonington.

They had the following children:

+ 6594 M i William Lester MAIN was born 1 Dec 1857.
+ 6595 M ii Dwight MAIN was born 21 Jan 1859 and died 1948.
  6596 F iii
Clara Jane MAIN was born 5 Apr 1863 in No. Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut. She died 28 Jan 1880 in No. Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut.
  6597 F iv
Hannah Mary MAIN was born 17 Aug 1864 in No. Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut.
       
Hannah married Orsmus Stillman BARNES, son of Arthur Orsmus BARNES, on 5 May 1819.
+ 6598 M v Fred MAIN was born 27 May 1866.
+ 6599 F vi Ruth Etta MAIN was born 21 Jan 1868 and died 1931.
  6600 F vii
Sarah Edith MAIN was born 13 Feb 1870 in No. Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut.

VITAL RECORDS NORTH STONINGTON, NEW LONDON CO., CT.
    Feb. 13, 1870 - female - father Lester Main, age -8, farmer, mother Thankful Ecclestone, age -8
       
Sarah married Elmer E. MILLER.
  6601 F viii
Ursula Maria MAIN was born 3 Sep 1872 in No. Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut.

VITAL RECORDS NORTH STONINGTON, NEW LONDON CO., CT.
    Sept. 3, 1872 - Ursula M. - father Lester Main, farmer,  mother Thankful Ecclestone

3651. Stiles Park ECCLESTON (Clarissa MAIN , Nathaniel MAIN , Thankful BROWN , James , Eleazer , Thomas ) was born 13 Jun 1834 in No. Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut. He died 19 Jul 1909 in No. Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut and was buried in Eccleston Cemetery, No. Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut.

THE DESCENDANTS OF EZEKIEL MAINE OF STONINGTON, CONN, compiled by Algernon Aikin Aspinwall, Washington, DC, 1905, DAR Library. page 106 & 143.
     She married, April 12, 1858, Styles P. Ecclestone. He was born June 13, 1834.

1850 CENSUS - NORTH STONINGTON, NEW LONDON CO., CT.
    EGGLESTONE, Stiles, 16, M, W, Laborer

NO. STONINGTON VITAL RECORDS, MARRIAGES.
    Stiles P. Eccleston, age 24, born No. Stonington CT, residence No. Stonington CT, married 12 Apr 1858, Louisa A. Maine, age 19, born No. Stonington CT, residence No. Stonington CT

Land Records #1112112
APR. 2, 1863, VOL. 8, PAGE 575
    William L. Wheeler to Stiles P. Eccleston dated Apr. 2, 1863, Vol. 8, Page 575, land known as part of Ashewillet Farm, so-called, beginning at the northwest corner of said 1st running easterly by highway (running from Andrew Chapman's to Ichabod P. Eccleston) to lot of land known as Beaar's Mole pasture, thence southerly by said pasture to land of Thomas and L Wheeler, thence by said Wheeler's land to to land of George F. Wilkinson, thence by said George F. Wilkinson land to lands of William N. Eccleston, thence by said Eccleston land to the first mentioned bound, containing 75 acres, be the same mmore or less. (To Wheeler from Oliver Crandall Jan. 20, 1860, Page 341, known as Crandall lot, passed town thru family to Ethel Moussie, a grand-daughter, and then to State of Conn.)

Stiles Park Eccleston was postmaster in North Stonington for many years.

APR. 2, 1863, VOL. 8, PAGE 575.
    From Wm. L. Wheeler to STILES PARK ECCLESTON, Apr. 2, 1863, Vol. 8, page 575, land known as part of Ashwillet Farm, so called -- Beginning at the NW corner of said lot running easterly by highway (running from Andrew Chapman's to Ichabod Park Eccleston) to lot of land known as Bear's Hole pasture, thence southerly said pasture to lands of Thomas and I. Wheeler, thence by said Wheeler's land to lands of George F. Wilkinson, thence by said Geo. F. Wilkinson land to lands of William N. Eccleston, thence by said Eccleston land to the first mentioned bound, containing 75 acres, more or less.

1870 CENSUS, NORTH STONINGTON, NEW LONDON CO., CT., Dwelling #271, Family #289
    ECCLESTON, living in his fathers farm with father
    ECCLESTON, Stiles P., 36 years old, male, farmer. $300 real estate vlaue, $2000 personal property. He was born in CT.
    ECCLESTON, Louisa A., 37 years old, female, keeping house. She was born in CT.
    ECCLESTON, Ida L., 11 years old, female.
    ECCLESTON, Charles, 4 years old, male.

NOV. 23, 1870, VOL. 10, PAGE 90.
    Ichabod Park-5 Eccleston to Stiles Park-6 Eccleston dated Nov. 23, 1870, Vol. 10, page 90 -- Two tracts of land with dwelling house and other buildings, (1) bounded on the north by land of Stanton B. Main and Charles H. Main, east by land of Joseph Eccleston heirs, heirs of Gardner Eccection, land of Tracy Eccleston and William W. Eccleston, south by land of William and William N. Eccleston, westerly by land of Corridon Main and Louisa Main, his wife, and Charles H. Main sawmill pond. (2) Entirely in Griswold, 14 acres.

MAR. 23, 1872, VOL. 10, PAGE 227
    William N. Eccleston to Stiles P. Eccleston, dated Mar. 23, 1872, Vol. 10, page 227. -- One certain tract or lot of land bounded on the north by lands of said Stiles P. Eccleston, bounded on the north by lands of said Stiles P. Eccleeston, on the east by the highway, on the south by lands of William Eccleston, and on the west by said Stiles P. Eccleston, containing about 20 acres. (swap) Witnesses by Charles P. White and William H. Hillard.

MAR. 1, 1876, VOL. 11, PAGE 340.
    Stiles P. Eccleston to Thomas C. Main for $25.00 dated Mar. 1, 1876, Vo. 11, page 340 -- One certain lot bounded on the north by lands or pond of Charles H. Maine, on the east by a stonewall running from said pond to the west bank of the brook leading into said pond, thence by said brook to a heap of stones about 6 rods east of corner bound of lands of William Eccleston and Louisa Maine, wife of Coridon Maine, thence by said Louisa's land to high water mark on the southwest corner of said pond, 10 acres, more or less.

NOV. 7, 1876, BOOIK 11, PAGE 122
     Stiles P. Eggleston quit-claim to Oliver S. Miller, Wm. N. Ecclestone, and Avery A. Main, Trustees of the Eggleston Burying Ground and to their successors in office dated Nov. 7, 1876; Book 11, page 122 -- A certain tract or parcel of land situated in North Stonington containing 72 square rods being 12 rods by 6. Bounded commencing at the northeast corner of the old Eggleston Burying Ground so-called, thence by said ground west 12 rods thence north 6 rods then east 12 rods to the Public Highway thence by said highway south 6 rods to the firstg mentioned bound. Except one lot to be my me selected for myself not exceeding twenty - by thirty feet. Said trustees are to build and support a good substantial wall so as to include the old burial ground in with the above grated and bargained lot. Said lot to be used only for a burying ground. Also all lots sold by said trustees to any persons or persons for family burying lots except to subscribers the pay for inclosure of said lot with the a wall all moneys received from such sale shall be used to keep said lot in good repair. Witnesses: Andrew Avery and Wm. H. Hillard

MAR. 11, 1878, VOL. 11, PAGE 196.
    From Mary A. Eccleston of Griswold, Mar. 11, 1878, Vol. 11, page 196, 2 tracts for $400:
    No. 1 -- Bounded on the N by lands of Gardner E. Green, on the east by lands of Wm. N. Ecclestone and the Billings Lake, on the south by lands of Wm. N. Ecclestone and the highway, and on the west by lands of William N. Eccleston, containing about 60 acres with dwelling.
    No. 2 -- Bounded on the north by lands of the heirs of Joseph Chapman, and Billings Lake, on the east by land of the heris of Cortland Kinney, on the south by the highway and on the west by lands of Wm. N. Eccleston, containing about 17 acres. Witnessed by Frank Potter and Caleb F. Potter.

FEB. 18, 1882, VOL. 11, PAGE 470.
    Estate of William Eccleston, by Stiles P. Eccleston, adm., to Louisa Maine by probate order, deed dated Feb. 18, 1882, Vol. 11, page 470 -- Land bounded on the north by lands of Siles P. Eccleston and lands of Louisa Maine, on the east by lands of Louisa Maine and lands of Avery N. Eccleston, on the south by lands of William West, and land of Paul P. Prentice, and on the west by lands of Louisa Maine and Paul P. Prentice, containing 85 acres, with a dwelling house and buildings. Witnessed by Charles P. White and Sara W. Denison.

FEB. 13, 1884, VOL. 12, PAGE 354.
    Mary A. Main of West Walworth, Wayne Co., NY, dated Feb. 13, 1884; Vol. 12, p. 354 -- Two tracts,
     Lot No. 1 -- Bounded on the north by lands of William H. and Emily E. Palmer and Joanna Rood, on the east by the public highway and south by said highway and on the west by lands of the estate of Charles H. Main, containing 40 acres, more or lass, with dwelling and other buildings.
    Lot No. 2 -- On the north eand east by the public highway, on the south by lands of Stiles P. Eccleston and west by lands of the estate of Charles H. Main, containing 20 acres.

MAR. 10, 1884, VOL. 12, PAGE 356.
    George B. Main of Boston to Stiles P. Eccleston dated Mar. 10, 1884, Vol. 12, page 356  --  Two certain tracts or parcels of land:
    Lot No. 1 -- Bounded on the north by lands of William H. and Emily E. Palmer and Joanne Road, on the east by the highway and south by the said highway and west by lands of the estate of Charles H. Main, containing about 40 acres, more or less, with dwelling house and other buildings.
    Lot No. 2 -- Bounded on the north and east by the public highway, on the south by land of Stiles P. Eccleston and west by lands of the estate of Charles H. Main, containing about 20 acres, more or less. Witnessed by Thomas Clark and William H. Hillard.

FEB 22, 1886, BOOK 12, PAGE 343.
    Sophia Chapman and George T. Chapman of North Stonington for $200 to STILES P. ECCLESTONE two certain lots on tracts of land situated in North Stonington with dwelling house thereon standing -- bounded on the north and east and south by lands of Louisa Maine, widow of Corridon Main, and west by the public highway, containing by estimation 5 acres, more or less.

AUG. 20, 1889, VOL. 12, PAGE 649,
    Estate of Loluisa Main of Ledyard, by William L. Maine, executor, to SILES P. ECCLESTON dated Aug. 20, 1889, Vol. 12, page 649, for $260, by viture of an order of the court of probate for the District of Ledyard, dated the 6th day of April, 1889, authorizing and direction me to sell at public auction or private sale all the realestate of the said deceased not devised in the will of said deceased, and the money used to pay expenses, etc. Agreeable to Item 7 of said will, and in condition of the sum of $260 received from Stiles P. Ecclestone to sell ect. part of the real estate of said estate, it being a tract of land lying south of the road leading from Hazard Hewitt, so-called, to Voluntown Village -- Bounded on the north by the highway and lands of Stiles P. Eccleston, east by lands formerly owned by Avery Eccleston, south by lands of the heirs of William West, and Paul P. Prentice, and west by Paul P. Prentice land and the highway , meaning to convey all of the real estate belonging to the aforesaid Louisa Main at the time of her death lying south of the road, reserving the right however, of cutting the grass now standing if any there remains uncut, putting the hay in the barn, and use of the barn to May 1, 1890.

1900 CENSUS - NORTH STONINGTON, NEW LONDON CO., CONN., 26 Jun 1900, by Jas. T. Brown, Jr, page 135B, Dwelling #274. Family 281.
    EGGLESTONE, Styles P., head, W, M, Jun, 1834, 65, M, 42 years, CT, CT, CT, Farmer, 0, yes, yes, yes, Owns Financed Farm, 198.
    EGGLESTONE, Laura A., wife, W, F, Apr, 1839, 61, M, 42 years, 2 children, 2 living, CT, CT, CT, yes, yes, yes.
    RANDALL, Harry E., son-in-law, W, M, Jun 1857, 42, M, -- years, CT, CT, CT, yes, yes, yes.
    RANDALL, Ida L., daughter, W, F, Mar 1859, 41, M, -- years, 1 child, 1 living, CT, CT, CT, yes, yes, yes.
    DRAKE, Mary E., servent, W. F, , Nov, 1884, 15, CT, CT, CT, house maid, yes, yes, yes.
Dwelling #274, Family #282
    EGGLESTONE, Noyce A., head, W, M, Jan, 1858, M, 6 years, CT, CT, CT, Farmer, 0, yes, yes, yes, Rents Farm, 199.
    EGGLESTONE, Lila, wife, W, F, Aug, 1878, M, 6 years, 2 children, 2 living, CT, CT, CT, yes, yes, yes.
    EGGLESTONE, Williard, son, W, M, Mar, 1895, 5, S, CT, CT, CT,
     EGGLESTONE, Iva, daughter, W, F, Apr, 1897, 3 S, CT, CT, CT,

SEPT. 28, 1904, VOL. 14, PAGE 487
    Henry D. Wheeler to Stiles P. Eccleston dated Sept. 28, 1904, Vol. 14, page 487 -- Two tracts of land in North Stonington, for $5.00
    Lot No. 1 -- Bounded northerly by the highway leading easterly to Pendleton Hill, easterly by land of S.P. Ecclestone, southerly by lands of George F. Wilkinson, and westerly by lands of Avery N. Eccleston, William N. Eccleston and Stiles P. Eccleston, containing 50 acres, more or lass, being the same tract of land that William N. Eccleston purhased of George Freeman.
    Lot. No. 2 -- Bounded northerly by land of Stiles P. Eccleston, easterly by Billings Pond and Stiles P. Eccleston, southerly by the highway, and westerly by lands of Stiles P. Ecceston, containing about 30 acres, more or less, and being and same land that William N. eccleston purchased of Lot. W. Kinney.

SEPT. 25, 1908, VOL. 15, PAGE 313.
    Henry D. Wheeler descendants to Stiles P. Eccleston $50.00 Sept. 25, 1908, Vol. 15, page 313. It seems that Henry D. Wheeler gave Stiles P. Eccleston a warranty deed above, and Mr. Eccleston later determined that a right of way was involved, so for $50.00 he "received of Thomas B. Hewitt and George Foster, both of the City and State of New York, exectors of the will of Henry D. Wheeler, I, Stiles P. Eccleston, hereby rfelease and discharge said executors and said estate from all claims or damages, for and on account of said right of way or any righ of way over or across the lands so conveyed, as a foresaid, and further the warranties in said deed are released and discharded. This instrument was witnessed by Amos A. Browning and Isaac Corney.

HEADSTONE INSCRIPTIONS OF THE TOWN OF NORTH STONINGTON, NEW LONDON CO., CT. #10 ECCLESTON CEMETERY,
    Eccleston, Stiles P., born June 13, 1834, died July 19, 1909.

Stiles married Louisa Almira MAIN, daughter of Charles Henry MAIN and Almira B. ECCLESTON, on 12 Apr 1858 in No. Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut. Louisa was born 4 Apr 1839 in No. Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut. She died 31 Oct 1907 in No. Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut and was buried in Eccleston Cemetery, No. Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut.

THE DESCENDANTS OF EZEKIEL MAINE OF STONINGTON, CONN, compiled by Algernon Aikin Aspinwall, Washington, DC, 1905, DAR Library. page 106 & 143.
    Louisa A.-8, daughter of Charles H.-7, and Almira (Egglestone) Maine was born April 4, 1839. She married, April 12, 1858, Styles P. Ecclestone. He was born June 13, 1834.

NO. STONINGTON VITAL RECORDS, MARRIAGES.
    Stiles P. Eccleston, age 24, born No. Stonington CT, residence No. Stonington CT, married 12 Apr 1858, Louisa A. Maine, age 19, born No. Stonington CT, residence No. Stonington CT

1860 CENSUS - NORTH STONINGTON, NEW LONDON CO., CT., Dwelling #309, Family #331
    ECCLESTON, Louisa A., 21, F, W

1870 CENSUS, NORTH STONINGTON, NEW LONDON CO., CT., Dwelling #271, Family #289
    ECCLESTON, Louisa A., 37 years old, female, keeping house. She was born in CT.

1900 CENSUS - NORTH STONINGTON, NEW LONDON CO., CONN., 26 Jun 1900, by Jas. T. Brown, Jr, page 135B, Dwelling #274. Family 281.
    EGGLESTONE, Laura A., wife, W, F, Apr, 1839, 61, M, 42 years, 2 children, 2 living, CT, CT, CT, yes, yes, yes.

HEADSTONE INSCRIPTIONS OF THE TOWN OF NORTH STONINGTON, NEW LONDON CO., CT. #10 ECCLESTON CEMETERY,
    Eccleston, Louisa A. Main his wife, born Apr. 4, 1839, died Oct. 31, 1907.

They had the following children:

+ 6602 F i Ida Louise ECCLESTON was born 19 Mar 1858 and died 1930.
+ 6603 M ii Stiles Curtis ECCLESTON was born 29 Oct 1865 and died 20 Nov 1947.

3652. Angeline ECCLESTON (Clarissa MAIN , Nathaniel MAIN , Thankful BROWN , James , Eleazer , Thomas ) was born 6 Apr 1835 in No. Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut. She died 24 Apr 1923 in No. Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut and was buried in Union Cemetery, No. Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut.

VITAL RECORDS OF NORTH STONINGTON, NEW LONDON CO., CONN., Vol. 1, page 271.
    ECCLESTON, Almira, of N. Stonington, m. Charles Main, of Voluntown, Dec. 18, 1833, by Thomas H. Hewitt, J. P.

LITERARY ECHO, April 10, 1856 - MARRIED.
    In North Stonington, April 1st, 1856, by Reb. Charles C. Lewis, Mr. Calvin H. Burdick and Miss Angeline Eccleston, both of the above place.

VITAL RECORDS OF NORTH STONINGTON, NEW LONDON CO., CONN.
Calvin H. Burdick, age 23, married Angeline Ecclestone, age 20, Jan. 7, 1856 in North Stonington CT.

HEADSTONE INSCRIPTIONS TOWN OF NORTH STONINGTON, CONNECTICUT, Copied by Charles R. Hale, 1932, page 85. Union Cemetery #72
    Burdick, Angeline Eccleston, born Apr. 6, 1835, died Apr. 24, 1923.

Angeline married Calvin H. BURDICK, son of Thomas Hiscox BURDICK and Abby BROMLEY, on 1 Apr 1856 in No. Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut. Calvin was born 12 Oct 1834 in No. Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut. He died 19 Apr 1923 in No. Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut and was buried in Union Cemetery, No. Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut.

LITERARY ECHO, April 10, 1856 - MARRIED.
    In North Stonington, April 1st, 1856, by Reb. Charles C. Lewis, Mr. Calvin H. Burdick and Miss Angeline Eccleston, both of the above place.

HEADSTONE INSCRIPTIONS TOWN OF NORTH STONINGTON, CONNECTICUT, Copied by Charles R. Hale, 1932, page 85. Union Cemetery #72
    Burdick, Calvin H. born Oct. 12, 1834, died Apr. 19, 1923.

They had the following children:

  6604 M i Thomas Calvin BURDICK is printed as #6441.
  6605 M ii James Oscar BURDICK is printed as #6442.
  6606 M iii Charles Elbert BURDICK is printed as #6443.
+ 6607 F iv Alice Angie BURDICK is printed as #6444.
  6608 F v Marion G. BURDICK is printed as #6445.
  6609 F vi Mabel E. BURDICK is printed as #6446.

3654. Sarah MAIN (Nathan MAIN , Nathan MAIN , Thankful BROWN , James , Eleazer , Thomas ) was born 18 Jun 1803 in Hopkinton, Washington Co., Rhode Island. She died Mar 1857.

Sarah married Nathan Gardner GREENE, son of Nathan GREENE and Hannah GARDNER, on 1822 in Petersburgh, Rensselaer Co., New York. Nathan was born Jun 1799 in Petersburgh, New York. He died 25 Mar 1871 in Minonk, Illinois.

They had the following children:

  6610 M i
Nelson Perry GREENE was born 1823. He died 1852.
  6611 F ii
Caroline GREENE was born 10 Oct 1824.
       
Caroline married Daniel Potter KENYON.
  6612 F iii
Hannah GREENE was born 1826.
  6613 M iv
Squire Gardner GREENE was born 1828. He died 1855.
  6614 M v
George Washington GREENE was born 7 Mar 1829. He died 1845.
  6615 F vi
Almira M. GREENE was born 29 Sep 1831.
       
Almira married Jacob LINDLEY on 4 Mar 1855.
  6616 M vii
John Potter GREENE was born Oct 1833.
  6617 M viii
Daniel Lee GREENE was born 10 Apr 1838.
  6618 F ix
Mary Ann GREENE was born 8 Aug 1846.
       
Mary married Warren H. DANFORTH on 23 Mar 1868.

3655. Dorcas MAIN (Nathan MAIN , Nathan MAIN , Thankful BROWN , James , Eleazer , Thomas ) was born 23 Jan 1805 in Hopkinton, Washington Co., Rhode Island. She died 5 Mar 1875.

Dorcas married Samuel S. THOMAS on 22 Aug 1826. Samuel was born in Petersburgh, Rensselaer Co., New York.

They had the following children:

  6619 M i
Jeffrey M THOMAS was born 28 Oct 1827 in Petersburgh, Rensselaer Co., New York.
       
Jeffrey married Freelove V. BARBER, daughter of Hosea BARBER Jr., on 4 Nov 1848.
  6620 M ii
Stephen THOMAS was born 27 Dec 1828 in Petersburgh, Rensselaer Co., New York.
        Stephen married (1) Ema L. LAMPHEAR
       
Stephen also married (2) Sarah COSTAIN.
  6621 M iii
Peleg THOMAS was born 7 Nov 1831 in Petersburgh, Rensselaer Co., New York.
       
Peleg married Harriet CLAIR on Dec 1855.
  6622 F iv
Sarah THOMAS was born 28 Mar 1834 in Petersburgh, Rensselaer Co., New York. She died Sep 1836 in Petersburgh, Rensselaer Co., New York.
  6623 F v
Maria THOMAS was born 11 Nov 1840 in Petersburgh, Rensselaer Co., New York.
       
Maria married George P. WORDEN on Aug 1858.
  6624 F vi
Abelina THOMAS was born 13 Nov 1842 in Petersburgh, Rensselaer Co., New York. She died 16 Sep 1850.
  6625 F vii
Sarah A. THOMAS was born 3 Aug 1844.
       
Sarah married Jerome N. POTTER on Jan 1859.

3656. Ezekiel MAIN (Nathan MAIN , Nathan MAIN , Thankful BROWN , James , Eleazer , Thomas ) was born 16 Jul 1810 in Petersburg, Rensselaer Co., New York. He died 11 Nov 1863 in Albion, Dane Co., Wisconsin.

Ezekiel married Ann G. COON, daughter of Elisha COON and Sylvia COON, on 10 Aug 1833. Ann was born 1813 in Petersburg, Rensselaer Co., New York.

They had the following children:

  6626 M i
Stillman MAIN was born 10 Oct 1834 in Petersburg, Rensselaer Co., New York.
  6627 M ii
Franklin MAIN was born 17 Apr 1837 in Petersburg, Rensselaer Co., New York. He died 1871.
+ 6628 F iii Theresa MAIN was born 15 Mar 1838.
  6629 F iv
Sarah MAIN was born about 1839 in Petersburg, Rensselaer Co., New York.
  6630 F v
Adelia MAIN was born about 1840 in Petersburg, Rensselaer Co., New York.

THE MAIN TREE II, Second Edition, by Nancy (Portor) Childress, 1995. page 107.
    No children.
       
Adelia married Stephen COON.
  6631 M vi
Elisha Coon MAIN was born about 1842 in Petersburg, Rensselaer Co., New York.
  6632 M vii
Lorenzo J. MAIN was born about 1844 in Petersburg, Rensselaer Co., New York.

3687. Nancy MAIN (Gardner G. MAIN , Nathan MAIN , Thankful BROWN , James , Eleazer , Thomas ) was born 1820 in Petersburg, Rensselaer Co., New York. She died 25 Oct 1900 in Petersburg, Rensselaer Co., New York.

Nancy married (1) Daniel T. MAIN, son of James MAIN and Mercy MAIN. Daniel was born 20 Feb 1817 in Rensselaer Co., New York.

THE MAIN TREE II, Second Edition, by Nancy (Portor) Childress, 1995. page 195.

They had the following children:

  6633 M i
Ichabod MAIN was born about 1836 in Petersburg, Rensselaer Co., New York. He died 2 Apr 1894 in Petersburg, Rensselaer Co., New York.

THE MAIN TREE II, Second Edition, by Nancy (Portor) Childress, 1995. page 195.
    No children. He was in the Civil War.
       
Ichabod married Rebecca DEAN.
  6634 F ii
Susan MAIN was born about 1837 in Petersburg, Rensselaer Co., New York.
       
Susan married (1) Oscar B. NICHOLS.
       
Susan also married (2) Edward CRAWFORD.
  6635 M iii
James Albert MAIN was born 1840 in Petersburg, Rensselaer Co., New York. He died 10 Apr 1864 in the Civil War.
  6636 M iv
Hiland A. MAIN was born 1842 in Petersburg, Rensselaer Co., New York.
       
Hiland married (1) Charlotte WEST.
       
Hiland also married (2) P. SCRIVENS.
  6637 M v
Charles MAIN was born 3 Jan 1845 in Petersburg, Rensselaer Co., New York. He died 29 Jul 1897.

THE MAIN TREE II, Second Edition, by Nancy (Portor) Childress, 1995. page 194.
    Unmarried. He was in the Civil War.
  6638 F vi
Allie MAIN was born 20 Jul 1847 in Petersburg, Rensselaer Co., New York.
       
Allie married David MAXSON.
  6639 F vii
Ada MAIN was born 1849 in Petersburg, Rensselaer Co., New York.
       
Ada married Warren LE BARON.

Nancy also married (2) William ODELL.

3697. Benjamin MAIN (Gardner G. MAIN , Nathan MAIN , Thankful BROWN , James , Eleazer , Thomas ) was born 6 Feb 1840 in Petersburg, Rensselaer Co., New York. He died 11 Mar 1913.

Researching this line is Lori Salisbury at stakman@gateway.net

Benjamin married Harriet WILLIAMS.

They had the following children:

  6640 M i Herman MAIN
+ 6641 M ii Frank MAIN was born 30 May 1871 and died 17 Dec 1933.
+ 6642 F iii Flora MAIN was born 25 Jul 1876 and died 27 Mar 1920.
+ 6643 M iv Taylor A. MAIN was born 22 Feb 1882 and died 7 Feb 1950.
  6644 F v
Emma M. MAIN was born 10 Feb 1890.

3699. Samuel MAIN (Samuel MAIN , Nathan MAIN , Thankful BROWN , James , Eleazer , Thomas ) was born 1814 in Petersburg, Rensselaer Co., New York.

THE MAIN TREE II, Second Edition, by Nancy (Portor) Childress, 1995. page 108.
    They moved to Laporte Co., Indiana then to Stephenson Co., Illinios and to Badger City, Lyon Co., Kansas and to Linn Co., Kansas. Children born in Stephenson Co., IL.

Samuel married Mary REIMORE on 1857. Mary was born 1818 in Stephenson Co., Illinois. She died Mar 1905.

They had the following children:

  6645 M i
Silas MAIN was born 1858 in Stephenson Co., Illinois.
       
Silas married Malinda LANG.
  6646 F ii
Elizabeth MAIN was born 1860 in Stephenson Co., Illinois.
       
Elizabeth married Addison AMES.
  6647 M iii
Samuel MAIN was born 1862 in Stephenson Co., Illinois.
       
Samuel married Elizabeth MARTIN.
  6648 M iv
Lorrain MAIN was born 1864 in Stephenson Co., Illinois.
       
Lorrain married Emma TURGUID.
  6649 F v
Rebecca MAIN was born 1866 in Stephenson Co., Illinois. She died in her youth.
  6650 M vi
Oliver MAIN was born 1868 in Stephenson Co., Illinois.
  6651 M vii
David MAIN was born 1870 in Stephenson Co., Illinois.
  6652 F viii
Catherine MAIN was born 1872 in Stephenson Co., Illinois.
       
Catherine married John LOVE.
  6653 F ix
Belle MAIN was born 1874 in Stephenson Co., Illinois.
       
Belle married F. I. KINCAID.
  6654 M x
Daniel MAIN was born 1876 in Stephenson Co., Illinois.
       
Daniel married Catherine MORRIS.

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