Healy Healy Family

Descendants of William Healy
Generation No. 1

1.  WILLIAM1 HEALY, b. about 1613; d. December 1683.  He married (1) REBECCA/GRACE IVES.  He married in 1650 (2) MARY ROGERS, daughter of REV. NATHANIEL ROGERS.  He married (3) GRACE BUTTERICE October 14, 16531, daughter of NICHOLAS BUTTERICE.  He married (4) PHEOBE/REBECCA GREEN August 05, 1661, daughter of BARTHOLOMEW GREEN.  He married (5) SARA BROWN, "widow and schooldame," November 29, 1677.

Child of WILLIAM HEALY and GRACE BUTTERICE is:
2. i. NATHANIEL2 HEALY, b. Abt. 1658; d. June 02, 1734, Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.
 

Generation No. 2

2.  NATHANIEL2 HEALY (WILLIAM1) was born Abt. 1658Christened: February 06, 1657/581, and died June 02, 1734 in Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts1.  He married REBECCA HAGAR July 14, 1681, daughter of WILLIAM HAGAR and MARY BEMIS.  She was born October 29, 1661 of Roxbury, Massachusetts, and died January 06, 1733/34.  They were charter members of the West Roxbury church and are buried in West Roxbury. He was made a Freeman in 1690. Nathaniel Hesly was a soldier of Capt. Nathan Davenport's Company in King  Philip's Indian War, and was wounded in the Narragansett Fight December 19, 1675.  He settled in Newton in 1688 at the age of 30 years, where he purchased of Jonathan Jackson, Sr., 26 1/2 acres of land near Watertown. The soldiers of the Narragansett Fight, or their heirs, were promised a gratuity of land besides their wages for driving the Indians out of the Narragansett area, but this promise was not carried out until many years later. The grant finally alloted the heirs of Nathaniel Healy, called Narragansett Grant No. 4, was in Chesterfield, Mass. and in 1764 his grandson Joshua 4 Healy, son of Joshua 3 of Dudley, took possession of the crown land granted to his grandfather.
Philip White and 6 of his neighbors became involved in a long standing controversy regarding their membership at the church in Newton.  According to the town records, Philip and his neighbors complained that they lived four and a half to five miles from Newton meeting house and attending the church there was a hardship.  In 1705 he and six neighbors (William Ward, Edward Ward, Nathaniel Healy, Daniel Colburn, Benjamin Wilson, and Elizabeth Bacon) petitioned the town to move the meeting house to a more central location because otherwise they chose to attend the Roxbury church since it was closer to them.  Their petition was not accepted.  Eight years later in 1713, the above neighbors with the exception of Benjamin Wilson, again petitioned to divide the town into two precincts so that another meeting house could be built closer to them.  The outcome of this petition was that the Court saw no cause to divide the town nor to move the meeting house, but in recognition of the petitioners hardship, advised Newton to allow the petitioners to worship in Roxbury.  Eleven years later, in 1722, Newton sued Philip White and his neighbors for refusing to support the Newton church, and incarcerated some of them.  The petitioners again brought the issue before the Court.  In December of that year, Newton petitioned the Court to have the six families come back to Newton because they had built a new meeting house much closer to them.
Nathaniel's will, made 5/4/1731, names his wife Rebecca; sons Ebenezer, John, and Joshua; daughters Rebecca Thwing, Abigail Brackett, Mary Mayo, Martha Baboock, Lydia Avery, Hannah Young, and the children of his deceased son Samuel. He appointed his sons Ebenezer and John executors. He was a wheelwright and his estate was inventoried at 1233# 4s 9d.

Children of NATHANIEL HEALY and REBECCA HAGAR are:
 i. REBECCA3 HEALY, b. May 19, 1682, Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; d. January 05, 1717/18; m. BENJAMIN THWING (son of John 2, Benjamin 1 Thwing), December 14, 1710; b. October 16, 1679, Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.
 ii. ABIGAIL HEALY, b. September 21, 1683, Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; d. January 23, 1772; m. EBENEZER BRACKETT, January 21, 1711/12; b. October 19, 1677, Dedham, Norfolk Co, Massachusetts; d. December 07, 1750.  The church records of Dedham say their children were bapt. February 3, 1727, the same date their parents were received into membership. Children include; EBENEZER BRACKETT d. 5/12/1792, aged 78 years, AARON BRACKETT, SAMUEL BRACKETT and ABIGAIL BRACKETT.
iii. NATHANIEL HEALY, b. September 28, 1686; d. July 21, 1706, Groton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts,when waylaid by Indians on his way to church. His father petitioned for and was granted 20 shillings from the town of Newton to pay for the gun carried away by the enemy.
iv. MARY HEALY, b. November 25, 1688; m. MAYO.
v. SAMUEL HEALY, b. May 09, 1690; d. November 25, 1721 (smallpox?); m. MARGARET TUCKER, October 06, 1715; d. June 04, 1745. Joined the First Church of Roxbury.  May 1716 Probate Records of Suffolk County, V. 65, p. 178, show that his widow petitioned for guardianship of the two children as of that date.  Had SAMUEL HEALEY, b. 5/1717, d. before 1756. HANNAH HEALEY the records say, was alive in 1754, probably longer.
3. vi. JOSHUA HEALY, b. January 20, 1700/01, of Newton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; d. September 25, 1772, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts - age 71.
 vii. RANNAH HEALY, b. April 04, 1705, Newton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; d. October 13, 1790; she married WILLIAM YOUNG January 27, 1724/25.  He died 1747 in Hopkinton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts. WILLIAM YOUNG: first heard of in Barrington and Nottingham, Mass. and was one  of the original proprietors of those places. William Young had a number of freeholds in these towns, and bought  others..... He resided in later years in Boston; moved to Hopkinton and died there  in 1747. In his will he left about $10,000. to his wife, daughter, and minor son,  and names Rev. S. Barrett as the guardian of the latter. He speaks of himself as a "cordwainer" or shoemaker. The will was probated in Middlesex County in May, 1747 but his estate was not settled until 1772, three years after the death of his son Joseph.  Their children include; i. ELIZABETH YOUNG, b. Abt. 1725; m. ELISHA HALL, June 22, 1743. ii. DR. JOSEPH YOUNG, b. Abt. 1730; d. 1769; m. ELIZABETH HAYDEN, August 27, 1759. He was a physician and surgeon in the French and Indian Wars. In the letters of administration filed by his widow, November 14, 1769, his estate was valued at 70 lbs. personal property and 22 lbs. cash.
 viii. EBENEZER HEALY, b. November 14, 1691, Newton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; d. June 14, 1750; m. RACHEL WHITING, April 20, 1715; b. September 27, 1690, Newton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts, of Dedham, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts. Probably these three children belonged to Ebenezer; REBECCA HEALEY b. 1/25/1721, d. suddenly Jan. ye 27th, 1798; m. BARNABAS METCALF March 5, 1745, who was b. July 20, 1720 in the town now Franklin, then Wrentham. He d. 11/2/1799.  NATHANIEL HEALEY b. about 1725, a glazier late of Wrentham, d. in 1749 and his father petitioned to administer his estate. JONATHAN HEALEY b. about 1726, a wheelwright, d. in Dedham; married June 3, 1751, SARA JACKSON. Jonathan Healey was one of the Roxbury men who had a claim of the Oxford Gore.
ix. MARTHA HEALY, b. September 25, 1694; d. 1735; m. (1) SAMUEL BABCOCK, March 18, 1717/18, Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts; b. October 1691; d. October 24, 1721; m. (2) GEORGE COLLINS, June 04, 1727.
 x. LYDIA HEALY, b. February 16, 1696/97, Newton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; m. JONATHAN AVERY, April 04, 1722, Dedham, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts. Received into the church February 25, 1734. On October 27, 1745 they were dismissed to the church in Ashford,
Massachsetts. They had; JONATHAN; ROBERT; DAVID; JOHN; LYDIA; and ELIZABETH AVERY.
 xi. JOHN HEALY, b. January 08, 1697/98; d. May 29, 1783, Newton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; m. (1) HANNAH DAVIS, July 29, 1725; b. November 20, 1701, of Roxbury, Massachusetts; d. September 23, 1751; m. (2) SUSANNAH, April 12, 1753; b. 1706; d. November 05, 1760; m. (3) JEMIMA DAVIS, August 10, 1761; b. September 21, 1739, of Roxbury, Massachusetts.  In 1721 the large land holdings of Joseph and William Dudley, 50 miles west of Roxbury and just north of the Connecticut State Line, was brought into the market. John Healy received the first deed issued in the town called Dudley, for a parcel of land. However, he resided all his life upon the old homestead in Newton where his father had lived and where he and his children were born. This old homestead fronted on the Dedham Road, and to the west was the Brook Farm property which in later years became quite noted. John was a Selectman in Newton for two years. He and his first wife Hannah are buried in West Roxbury Cemetery on Center Street, about a mile from the old homestead. Children by 1st marriage: JOHN HEALY b. July 23, 1727 and JOHN HEALY b. December 21, 1728 both d. at 2 months; NATHANIEL HEALY b. April 1, 1730, d. in 1734; HANNAH HEALY b. January 26, 1731, m. 1st MR. THRASHER of Winchester, N.H. and second, SAMUEL HAMMOND and moved to Pennsylvania; JOHN HEALY b. January 6, 1733 in Newton, d. 8/10/1810 in Washington, N.H., married MARY WIGHT, dau. of Ebenezer and Sabiah (Hall) Wight, May 13, 1762 in Newton, who was b. February 2, 1743 in Dedham and d. August 18, 1827, in 1778 they moved to Washington, N.H. with their nine children, and in Washington four more were born. Here John was an influential citizen and held different offices in the town; a man of great respectability, highly esteemed by his townsmen. "John Healy, Newton, Private Capt. Phenias Cook's Reg. which marched on the Alarm of April 19, 1775 to headquarters at Cambridge under Command of Capt. John Moreau, 4 days. Also Capt. Edward Fuller's Co., Col. William Mcintosh's Regt., entered Camp March 18, 1778, discharged March 28, 1778, service 10 days. Company stationed at Roxbury."
 
 

Generation No. 3

3.  JOSHUA3 HEALY (NATHANIEL2, WILLIAM1)2 was born January 20, 1700/01, of Newton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts2, and died September 25, 1772 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts - age 71Burial: Central Burying Ground, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts3. He married SARAH DAVIS2 June 22, 1722 in Newton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts3, daughter of JOSEPH DAVIS and SARAH.  1726, to Dudley, Massachusetts3
When the large land holdings of Joseph and William Dudley, 50 miles west of Roxbury and just north of the Conn. State Line, were offered for sale, John Healy of Newton was the first purchaser, but he never occupied the land. In 1726, Joshua Healy, younger brother of John, settled there and became interested in the educational, religious, and political problems of the new town of Dudley. There he raised a large family. He
and his wife Sarah were buried in the old Quinebaug Cemetery in Dudley, which was abandoned and grew up to brush; the location unknown to their descendants until 1900 when the headstones, in good condition, were discovered by grandsons Lemuel Healy and Samuel Conant. In 1913 these headstones were moved to Northeastern Cemetery, Dudley, on plots beside their son Joseph. Capt. Joshua Healy served in French and Indian War.

Children of JOSHUA HEALY and SARAH DAVIS are:
 i. SARAH4 HEALY, b. February 19, 1724/25, Newton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts5; m. ELISHA CORBIN, October 06, 1739; b. June 30, 1713; d. August 04, 1797.
 ii. REBECCA HEALY, b. February 10, 1725/26, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; d. March 18, 1771, Oxford, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; m. DEACON THOMAS DAVIS, November 18, 1742, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; b. November 04, 1715, Roxbury, Massachusetts; d. August 01, 1778, of Oxford, Worcester Co., Massaachusetts. He occupied the farm given to him by his father in 1743. From
1755 he was elected to town offices; Selectman, Treasurer, and Moderator; Deacon 1760.
4. iii. JOSHUA HEALY, b. May 06, 1727, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts.
5. iv. JOSEPH HEALY, b. June 29, 1729, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; d. April 30, 1813, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts - age 83.
 v. MARY HEALY, b. July 01, 1730, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts, and died January 13, 1773.  She married JEDEDIAH MARCY December 01, 1748 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts.  He was born 1725 in Woodstock, Windham Co., Connecticut, and died 1799. Their children were;  i. JOSEPH MARCY, b. October 01, 1749; m. BERIAH THAYER, May 27, 1778, of Mendon, Massachusetts.  ii. JEDEDIAH MARCY, b. July 23, 1751; d. January 20, 1756. iii. MARY MARCY, b. December 19, 1754; d. January 15, 1756. iv. JEDEDIAH MARCY, born July 26, 1757 in Southbridge, Worcester Co., Massachusetts, and died August 14, 1811.  He married RUTH LARNED March 01, 1781.  She was of Sturbridge, Worcester Co., Massachusetts, and died April 18, 1848.  He was a prominent and respected citizen; well-to-do;  a farmer and an able business man. He was a Justice of the Peace. His widow m. Colonel Moses Healy 6/12/1814.  Children of Jedediah and Ruth were;  1. RHODA MARCY, b. August 21, 1782; m. OPHIR GOLD; b. of Charlton, Franklin Co., Massachusetts.
2. JOSEPH MARCY, b. January 10, 1784; d. August 05, 1847; m. ABIGAIL SHUMWAY, April 13, 1808.  3. WILLIAM LARNED MARCY, b. December 12, 1786, Southbridge, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; d. July 04, 1857, Ballston Spa, Saratoga Co., New York; m. (1) CORNELIA KNOWER; b. of Albany, Albany Co., New York; m. (2) DOLLY NEWELL, September 27, 1812; d. August 05, 1847. William Larned Marcy was a Lieutenant in the War of 1812. He was  born in Southbridge, Mass. in the Marcy House erected by his grandfather  Moses Marcy in 1732.  The old house still stands. Through its doorway  have passed men to fight in the Indian, Colonial, and Revolutionary Wars,  War of 1812 and the Civil War. Moses Marcy owned most of the land incorporated  into the town of Southbridge in 1816.  William Larned Marcy was graduated at Brown Univ. in 1808; was a  lawyer, U.S. Senator 1831, Governor of N.Y. State 1834-36, Secretary of War  under Polk 1845, Secretary of State under Pierce 1853--a most remarkable statesman and diplomat. President Pierce and Ex-President Martin Van  Buren, as well as other prominent statesmen, were pall bearers at his  funeral. Mt. Marcy in the Adirondacks of NY was named in his honor.
4. HANNAH MARCY, b. January 14, 1789; m. JACOB EDWARDS, 1806. 5. MARY MARCY, b. March 02, 1791; d. 1815; m. SAMUEL EDWARDS.  6. JEDEDIAH MARCY, b. October 19, 1794, of Southbridge, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; d. May 10, 1877; m. ESTHER HEALY, November 29, 1816, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; b. February 07, 1798, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; d. May 16, 1877, Southbridge, Worcester Co., Massachusetts. (His children were; ESTHER H. MARCY b. 10/17/1817, m. ISRAEL C. TROW, who had ESTHER C. TROW b. 7/14/1836 and ELLEN J. TROW b. 5/15/1840, d. 11/14/1851. LUCIEN J. MARCY b. 8/31/1819, m. and lived in Southbridge.  JOHN MARCY b. 9/12/1822, m. in 1858 and lived in Iowa WILLIAM A. MARCY b. 5/3/1829 lived in Southbridge; was unmarried) 7. CAROLINE MARCY, b. October 11, 1798; d. December 30, 1801.
 v. MARY MARCY, b. January 19, 1760; m. BRADFORD BARNES, 1779. vi. RHODA MARCY, b. May 04, 1762; d. March 28, 1834, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts - age 72. vii. DANIEL MARCY, was born April 27, 1765.  He married ELIZABETH LEARNED July 21, 1787.  They had; BRADFORD MARCY, b. October 10, 1787, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; d. July 22, 1830, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts - age 43. He married CYNTHIA STEVENS, of Charlton, Massachusetts. Burial: Old Cemetary, Dudley Center, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts (Children;  i. BRADFORD MARCY, b. October 10, 1815, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts)
viii. HANNAH MARCY, b. September 10, 1772; d. September 16, 1773.
 vi. ABIGAIL HEALY, b. December 29, 1733, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts9; d. August 05, 1741, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts9.
6. vii. NATHANIEL HEALY, b. September 03, 1736, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; d. October 05, 1817, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts - age 81 y 1 m 2 d.
7. viii. SAMUEL HEALY, b. December 09, 1738, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; d. November 24, 1817, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts - 79  y.
 ix. EBENEZER HEALY, b. Abt. 1746, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts9.  Christened: May 25, 1746, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts9
 

Generation No. 4

4.  JOSHUA4 HEALY (JOSHUA3, NATHANIEL2, WILLIAM1)10 was born May 06, 1727 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts11, and died May 23, 1791 in Chesterfield, Massachusetts.  He married SARAH NEWELL December 19, 1747 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts, daughter of BENJAMIN NEWELL and SARAH POLLY.  She was born March 04, 1726/27 in Roxbury, Massachusetts, and died October 23, 1777.  He resided in  Dudley until about 1765 when he moved his family to Chesterfield, Mass., a new settlement  in the northwestern part of the state, settling on crown land known as  Narragansett Grant No. 4, granted to his grandfather, Nathaniel 2 Healy of Newton, or his heir, for services rendered in the King Philip Indian War of 1675. Joshua  was in Chesterfield as early as 1763 when he was on a committee to build a
church, of which he was a charter member. His wife Sarah was admitted in June, 1765, dismissed from Dudley. Four generations of Healy descendants were living in Chesterfield  in 1961.

Children of JOSHUA HEALY and SARAH NEWELL are:
 i. ABIGAIL5 HEALY, b. April 05, 1751, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts12.
 ii. BENJAMIN HEALY, b. May 15, 1755, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts12.
 iii. DAVID HEALY, b. August 30, 1757, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts12.
 iv. EBENEZER HEALY, b. January 09, 1753, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts12.
 v. JABEZ HEALY, b. September 29, 1763, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts12.
 vi. JOSHUA HEALY, b. May 20, 1749, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts12.
 vii. LYDIA HEALY, b. June 09, 1759, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts12.
 viii. SARAH HEALY, b. April 04, 1750, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts12.
 

5.  JOSEPH4 HEALY (JOSHUA3, NATHANIEL2, WILLIAM1) was born June 29, 1729 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts13, and died April 30, 1813 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts - age 8314 Burial: Central Burying Ground, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts14.  He married MARY WHITMORE January 02, 1754 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts14.  Town Offices: selectman - 1770-71, 74,7514  MARY WHITMORE:  Burial: Corbin Cemetary, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts15 Joseph owned a  farm a short distance northwest of Dudley on the Healy Road. The house was in good  condition in 1912. He served as fence viewer, constable, selectman, and on the  school committee.

Children of JOSEPH HEALY and MARY WHITMORE are:
 i. JOSEPH5 HEALY16, b. August 10, 175417; d. December 04, 1796, of Oxford, Worcester Co., Massachusetts18; m. RUTH DAVIS19,20, November 21, 1790, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts21. JOSEPH HEALY:  Medical Information: light complexion, 5'7"22
Military Service: Rev. War22  Occupation: minister23
April 20, 1775;  Minuteman, on news of Battle of Lexington, marched to Cambridge.  Members of Captain Nathaniel Healy's Company, in Colonel Ebenezer Learned's regiment.  With Colonels Prescott and Warren, this company ordered to join General Thomas at Roxbury.  (History of Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts)  1781;  Continental army for 3 years  (History of Worcester Co.)  Children of JOSEPH HEALY and RUTH DAVIS are:  i. JOSEPH HEALY, b. April 09, 1791, Oxford, Worcester Co., Massachusetts (married POLLY HARWOOD Abt. 1823, daughter of ELISHA HARWOOD.  She died December 25, 1844 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts - age 67of lung fever. They had;  i. RUTH HEALY, b. June 14, 1824; m. JOHN DAVIS, October 10, 1845.  ii. MARY HEALY, b. June 05, 1827; d. May 02, 1843.
 iii. ELIZA HEALY, b. September 28, 1828; d. April 19, 1836. iv. AARON JEROME HEALY, b. September 29, 1832.) ii. RUTH HEALY, b. August .03, 1794; m. LEWIS LILLEY, April 19, 1819.
8. ii. JOHN HEALY, b. January 13, 1756, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts.
 iii. JEDEDIAH HEALY, b. September 18, 1757, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts23; d. February 07, 1821, of Holland, Hampden Co., Massachusetts?  He married SALLY STOWERS December 05, 1782.  She was born in of Malden, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts, and died February 04, 1821.  Served in Revolutionary War.  Children: i. JOHN HEALY, b. September 22, 1784; d. September 17, 1809, Charleston, South Carolina. Was a merchant.  ii. SALLY HEALY, b. December 11, 1786; d. June 25, 1819. iii. MARY WHITMORE HEALY, b. March 28, 1790; d. of Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts - unmarried.  iv. NANCY HEALY, b. July 13, 1792; m. LEVI HEYWOOD, May 05, 1815; of Worcester, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; d. November 22, 1832, New York City, New York. He was a lawyer and one of the early settlers of Gardner, Mass. He was graduated at Dartmouth in 1808, studied law with Honorable Nathaniel Paine of Worcester, and Honorable Elijah Mills of Northampton; admitted to the bar in 1811. He practiced law in Pinckneyville, Ky. in 1815; afterwards  in N.Y. City where he died. (His children: JOHN HEALY HEYWOOD, b. 3/30/1818 in Worcester, was graduated from Harvard  College; ordained at Worcester as a Unitarian Minister in 1837;  settled in Louisville, Ky and BENJAMIN SETH HEYWOOD b. 10/6/1829 in N.Y., d. 10/1860. He was a member of the firm of Little, Brown & Co., of Boston.) v. ABBA HEALY, b. November 05, 1794; d. April 1795.
9. iv. LEMUEL HEALY, b. December 26, 1759, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; d. September 11, 1837, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts - age 77.
10. v. MARY HEALY, b. February 13, 1762, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; d. 1828, Thompson, Windham Co., Connecticut.
 vi. HANNAH HEALY24, b. September 18, 1764, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts24 Christened: September 23, 1764, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts26; ; d. September 13, 1816; .  She married (1) CAPTAIN LEVI DAVIS.    She married (2) AMASA DAVIS April 13, 1786 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts, son of EDWARD DAVIS and ELIZABETH DAVIS.  He was born December 26, 1763 in Oxford, Worcester Co., Massachusetts, and died August 11, 1802 in Charlton, Franklin Co., Massachusetts. AMASA DAVIS was a man of spirit and enterprise; settled on a farm in Charlton, where he died in the prime of active life; was the owner of two farms. The inventory of his estate amounted to nearly nine thousand dollars. Child 1st marriage; i. LYDIA H. DAVIS, b. August 16, 1803, Charlton, Franklin Co., Massachusetts; d. May 16, 1845; m. SAMUEL HEALY DAVIS, November 24, 1842, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; b. February 18, 1811, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts. Children by 2nd marriage;  i. HENRY, b. 22 Aug. 1788, m. MATILDA UPHAM; res. Dudley.  ii. SOPHIA, b. 26 May, 1791, m. WILLIAM HEALY, JR., son of Deacon William Healy.  AMASA, b. 21 Oct. 1793, m. SALLY FLINT in Canandaigua, N. Y..  Reverend HEZEKIAH H., b. 12 March, 1796, , m. SALLY HEALEY DAVIS, his cousin, March 30, 1820, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; b. March 26, 1799, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts (He was a local Methodist preacher  and a farmer, who also held offices of Selectman, Assessor,  School Committee, and Representative. Children, born in Dudley: GEORGE DAVIS b. 2/12/1821, m. LUCY E. DAVIS 3/20/1845   FIDELLA DAVIS b. 7/16/1822, m. AMASA DAVIS 10/21/1844  EMARILLA DAVIS b. 2/10/1827, d. 3/22/1832   SALLY M. DAVIS b. 7/25/1835, m. DR. HENRY S. SMITH 5/1856   HEZEKIAH DAVIS b. 2/2/1840, m. ABBY HISCOX of Woodstock 3/2/1864.)  v. HANNAH, b. 27 Feb. 1800, m. REUBEN STONE of Dudley.
42. iii. SOPHIA DAVIS, b. May 26, 1791, Thompson, Windham Co., Connecticut - of Charlton, Franklin Co., Massachusetts; d. May 19, 1845, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts - 53 y 11 m 25 d.
11. vii. HEZEKIAH HEALY, b. October 08, 1766, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; d. December 28, 1817, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts.
 viii. PERLEY HEALY, b. August 30, 1769, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts26; d. September 25, 1775, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts - age 726.
 ix. RHODA HEALY, b. April 11, 1772, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts26; d. August 29, 1811; m. THOMAS DALRYMPLE and had;
JOSEPH DALRYMPLE, JOHN DALRYMPLE, ELIZA DALRYMPLE, BARBARA DALRYMPLE, JEDEDIAH DALRYMPLE.
 x. PERLEY HEALY, b. July 26, 1776, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts26; d. May 17, 1833, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts - age 56 y  9 m 21 d26. 1830, of Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts. Married ABIGAIL WORDEN, February 11, 1802 and had ELIZA WORDEN
HEALY b. July 4, 1804 in Worcester, m. GEORGE HEALY February 24m 1831, who was b. June 5, 1805 and d. September 4, 1839, aged 34.    ABIGAIL KNIGHT HEALY b. December 20, 1807, d. October 22, 1838; m. SIMON S. GATES November 1, 1836. JOHN WHITTEMORE
HEALY b. June 5, 1811.
xi. LUCRETIA HEALY, b. December 05, 1778, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts26; d. September 05, 1826; m. JAMES BROWN, April 08, 1804 and had; DEBORAH BROWN b. January 27, 1805, lived in Rowe, Mass. unmarried. LEMIRA BROWN b. October 18, 1806, d. February 21, 1840; m. WILLIAM H. SANFORD September 21, 1838.  DEXTER WILMARTH BROWN b. February 6, 1809, m. CHARLOTTE BROWN January 7, 1841. JAMES BROWN b. December 10, 1811, d. April 4, 1836.  LUCRETIA BROWN b. December 23, 1812, m. CYRUS BALLOU 1838. BETHIAH BROWN b. May 1, 1815, m. her brother-in-law WILLIAM H. SANFORD  widower of Lemira, April 27, 1841.  HEZEKIAH BROWN b. May 3, 1818, m. NANCY IDE February 11, 1844. MARY BROWN b. March 14, 1820, m. EPHRAIM TOWER  October 5, 1860.
xii. SOPHIA HEALY, b. July 09, 1783, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; d. June 23, 1834; m. PETER LOOK and had; MARY HEALY LOOK b. March 19, 1809, d. June 25, 1834.  LAVINIA LOOK b. September 12, 1810.  HARVEY DIX LOOK b. September 7, 1812.  JOSEPH LOOK b. August 1814, d. October 8, 1814. LOUISE LOOK b. November 4, 1816. JOSEPH ALLEN LOOK b. April 22, 1818. DWIGHT LOOK b. April 19, 1820. EDITH FIELD LOOK b. June 2, 1822, d. July 5, 1823. EDITHE LOOK b. August 29, 1824.
 

6.  NATHANIEL4 HEALY (JOSHUA3, NATHANIEL2, WILLIAM1)27 was born September 03, 1736 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts28, and died October 05, 1817 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts - age 81 y 1 m 2 d29.  He married (1) ABIGAIL CARTUR30 September 09, 1756 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts31, daughter of WILLIAM CARTUR and MARY.  He married (2) ABIGAIL PEPPER February 11, 1788 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts32.
Nathaniel Healy owned a farm on the Healy Road in Dudley, built for him by his brother Josiah Healy in 1760. An old map shows that nearly all the farms along this road at that time were owned by Healys. The homestead was purchased by a descendant, Samuel Morris Conant and restored to its original Colonial splendor, thereby perpetuating the name of Major Nathaniel Healy who did his part for the cause of America in the Revolutionary War. Nathaniel Healy served in Dudley as road surveyor, constable, selectman, and on the school, and other committees, until 1791.
1775; Captain Revolutionary War - answered call to Lexington with his minutemen April 19, 1775, regiment commanded by Ebenezer Learned.  Immediately after the battle they reported to Cambridge, and with Colonels Prescott and Warren were ordered to join General Thomas at Roxbury.   (History of Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts)
January 13, 1778 ; finds him in command of the 2nd company of Dudley.  Continental army 2nd company. (History of Worcester Co.)
Major Nathaniel Healy's sword, carried by him in the Revolutionary War, was in the possession of his son, Deacon William Healy, who gave it to Daniel Lyon Healy, who took it to Iowa when he moved there in 1838.  In turn it descended to Abiel L. Healy, then to Mary Ellen Healy who married Mr. Samuel Wise of Wilton, Iowa.  In 1923 her son, George Chester Wise, owned the sword.

Children of NATHANIEL HEALY and ABIGAIL CARTUR are:
 i. REBECKAH5 HEALY, b. March 13, 1758, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts37; m. REUBEN CHAMBERLAIN, April 25, 1776, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts37. Their children; ABIGAIL CHAMBERLAIN, b. March 11, 1777. ALVAN CHAMBERLAIN, b. October 22, 1778. PHEBE CHAMBERLAIN, b. September 18, 1780. REBECCA CHAMBERLAIN, b. September 01, 1782.
12. ii. NATHANIEL HEALY, b. February 19, 1760, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; d. June 12, 1812, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts - age 52.
13. iii. STEPHEN HEALY, b. August 23, 1762, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; d. March 24, 1838, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts - 75 y 7 m 1 d.
14. iv. WILLIAM HEALY, b. August 09, 1764, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; d. October 01, 1850.
v. SARAH HEALY, b. August 16, 1766, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts37; d. April 06, 1842; m. JOHN LAWTON, December 27, 1787, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts37. Their children were; 1. CLARISSA LAWTON, b. October 18, 1788; d. December 22, 1789.
 2. LUCINDA LAWTON, b. February 23, 1790; d. Age 28. 3. JOHN LAWTON, b. January 24, 1792; d. November 16, 1854; m. MARY DWIGHT. 4. THEODOTIA LAWTON, b. August 25, 1794; d. Age 24; m. CHRITON RUGGLES.  5. SARAH LAWTON, b. November 05, 1796; d. unmarried - age 23.  6. DANFORTH LAWTON, b. December 11, 1798, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts.   7. SANFORD LAWTON, b. December 11, 1798, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; d. November 07, 1882, Springfield, Massachusetts; m. MARY ANN COLTON, December 04, 1828. Sanford Lawton graduated at Yale College in 1825 and then studied theology their. He appears to have been ordained, but he devoted himself to teaching in schools of high grade at Dudley, Monson, Springfield, and Longmeadow, Mass. In 1874 he moved to Springfield. (Children: MARY ANN LAWTON b. 7/3/1830 in Dudley, d. unm.  DR. SANFORD LAWTON b. 10/16/1832 in Monson, d. 7/1882, aged 50. He graduated at Yale in 1852, and was a physician in Springfield, Mass. after 1858.  JOHN WILLIAM LAWTON b. 3/31/1835 in Monson, graduated at Yale. He was a physician in Naugatuck, Conn.)
 vi. EZRA HEALY, b. April 26, 1769, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts37; d. Vermont at an early age; m. BETSY HOLBROOK, January 18, 1791, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts37.  Ezra Healy was an inveterate practical joker and was known throuthout the Dudley  section for his many pranks. About the last prank he played was leaving home and having information sent back to his father that he  had died. When he returned and rapped on the door his father opened it and said:  "Ezra you are dead" and shut the door in his face.  He married at the age of 22 and settled in Vermont near Lake Champlain; died  at an early age.  His children were; 1. LAURA HEALY, b. November 04, 1798, Vermont; d. March 10, 1845, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.  She married AMOS MORGAN September 05, 1816, son of TIMOTHY MORGAN.  He died December 12, 1843. Laura Healy Morgan was very small and jolly, with a very high forehead.  She was very brave and the best "marksman" in the county. She was presented  with a valuable rifle on account of her marksmanship, and she always kept it  loaded and hanging on the wall. It was the one thing others were not allowed  to touch. Her husband, being a surveyor, was away weeks at a time while she  remained at home with her small children. There were many Indians in the vicinity  but they were always very respectful to her. She also did exceptionally  fine needlework.  Their children were; 1. ALOYCIUS MORGAN, b. June 22, 1817, Little Valley, Cattaraugus Co., New York.
2. PORTER JOHN MORGAN, b. April 23, 1819, Little Valley, Cattaraugus Co., New York; d. Eureka, California.  3. LAURETTA MORGAN, b. October 04, 1821, Little Valley, Cattaraugus Co., New York; m. CHARLES HORN, Stockbridge, Michigan; d. 1845, Wisconsin.
4. SANDFORD WASHINGTON MORGAN, b. December 24, 1823, Little Valley, Cattaraugus Co., New York; d. February 26, 1904, Everett, Ohio; m. SABRA WILSON, January 25, 1846, Sheboygen, Wisconsin. Sanford Morgan was short in stature, very jolly, and a genuine Healy, of whom it was said: "They would rather miss a meal than a good joke."  He owned a line of steams out of Detroit and was the originator of the towing system, with barges, used on the Great Lakes. The public said  it couldn't be done but he proved it could. His daughter Hattle wrote, "General Sherman rode on my father's boat, a passenger steamer between Chicago and Grand Haven, Mich. He complimented my father on his fine landings, saying they were the finest he had ever seen."  He had; SARAH L. MORGAN b. 10/22/1846, d. 5/15/1847   JAMES WILSON MORGAN b. 4/2/1848 in Wilson, Wisc., was Captain of  the largest boat on the Great Lakes.   EUDORA ELEANOR MORGAN b. 4/16/1850 in Sheboygan was called by her father "the peacemaker."   LOUISA SABRA MORGAN b. 8/26/1854 in North Hampton, Ohio, d. age 5.   GEORGE SANFORD MORGAN, her twin, b. 8/26/1854 in North Hampton, Ohio.  EDITH C. MORGAN b. 2/9/1857 in Sheboygan, d. 4/27/1893 in Burnt Island,  and is buried on Drummond Island, Chippawa Co., Mich.  Edith C. Morgan was short in stature like her father; very bright, and very famous. She was called the Grace Darling of Michigan.  She saved many lives and was written up in Harper's Bazaar  8/18/1900; Harper's New Monthly Magazine; The Ledger Monthly, N.Y.  3/1901; and many other periodicals. She received recognition from  the Government and a fine medal, the latter presented by the Secretary of the Treasury.  HATTIE BELLE MORGAN b. 11/11/1861, lived in Akron, O. in 1922, unmarried.  FRANK GOODRICH MORGAN b. 5/29/1866; "a good business man."
5. CLARISSA ANN MORGAN, b. April 10, 1826; m. (1) POPETTON; m. (2) GOODWIN.   6. SARAH ANN DIANA MORGAN, b. June 05, 1828, Egypt, New York.   7. SAVANNAH MORGAN, b. December 16, 1830, Mansfield, New York.   8. GEORGE JEROME MORGAN, b. September 13, 1833, Ellicottville, New York.   9. MARQUIS LAFAYETTE MORGAN, b. Salem, Ohio; d. Montessno, Ohio.  10. EMMA JANE MORGAN, b. January 26, 1839, Conneut, Ohio.
2. STANLEY HEALY. Possibly born before Laura, went to California about 1855  3. MANLEY HEALY, b. January 02, 1801, Vermont; d. February 19, 1875, River Falls, Wisconsin. He married BETSEY NEWTON Bet. 1825 - 1826 in New York, daughter of REUBEN NEWTON and EUNICE MANLEY.  She was born December 13, 1805 in Marcellus, Onondaga Co., New York?, and died March 16, 1872. The family moved to Truxton, N.Y. in 1807. She d. 3/16/1872  Manley Healy was a contractor, especially in the construction of railroads  and canals. They had;  ROXANA HEALY, b. April 14, 1827, Mansfield, New York; d. October 06, 1897, River Falls, Wisconsin; m. HANNIBAL FELT, November 28, 1850, Rockton, Illinois; b. February 1829, Webster, Monroe Co., New York. LYMAN HEALY, b. September 03, 1829, Mansfield, New York; d. October 07, 1908, unmarried.  MARY HEALY, b. Mansfield, New York; d. 1848, Beliot, Wisconsin - unmarried.  MANLEY HEALY, b. July 02, 1833, Mansfield, New York; d. September 03, 1889, River Falls, Wisconsin; m. SOPHIA ANN ADAMS, November 06, 1856, River Falls, Wisconsin; b. August 19, 1836, Belleville, Illinois. EZRA HEALY, b. March 19, 1840, Mansfield, New York; d. December 31, 1915, River Falls, Wisconsin - unmarried. He was a farmer and lived on the old homestead where the family,  among the first pioneers of River Falls, moved in 1857. His passing was a  personal loss to the whole community where he had been a helpful friend to all  his neighbors.  When the Civil War
broke out he was one of the first to respond, and it  seemed eminently fitting that those who had stood beside him in battle should  be the ones to stand by his casket at the last and pay final tribute to a  fallen comrade. (River Falls News) EMILY HEALY, b. January 09, 1842, Mansfield, New York; d. July 28, 1904, River Falls, Wisconsin; m. GEORGE EDWIN PRATT, November 13, 1867, Hudson, Wisconsin; b. March 08, 1843, Braintree, Vermont. vii. HELEN HEALY, b. August 17, 1851, Rochford, Illinois; d. of River Falls, Wisconsin - unmarried.
4. PHEBE HEALY.
vii. JOSHUA HEALY, b. May 16, 1771, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts37.
 
 

7.  SAMUEL4 HEALY (JOSHUA3, NATHANIEL2, WILLIAM1) was born December 09, 1738 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts38, and died November 24, 1817 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts - 79  y39  Burial: Old Cemetary, Dudley Center, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts with wife40.  He married (1) PHEBE CURTIS January 16, 1759 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts40, daughter of JOHN CURTIS and HEPSIBAH.  She was born February 05, 1736/37, and died February 27, 1797 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts - age 60.  He married (2) SARAH May 24, 1797 in Charlton, Massachusetts.  Occupation: minister41 Revolutionary War Service--enlisted for town of Dudley.

Children of SAMUEL HEALY and PHEBE CURTIS are:
 i. SAMUEL5 HEALY, b. November 20, 1760, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts42; d. April 07, 1826, Hartland, Vermont43.  He married LOIS TORREY Abt. 1784, daughter of STEPHEN TORREY and SARAH.  She was baptised: October 23, 1763, Hanover, Massachusetts of Chesterfield, Massachusetts, and died October 18, 1843. April 20, 1775;  Minuteman, on news of Battle of Lexington, marched to Cambridge.  Members of Captain Nathaniel Healy's Company, in Colonel Ebenezer Learned's regiment.  With Colonels Prescott and Warren, this company ordered to join General Thomas at Roxbury.  (History of Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts) Ensign  1780;  Continental army for 6 months.  (History of Worcester Co.) At Hartland, Vt. age 66, where he settled in 1783. Both were members of the Congregational Church and are buried in Hill Cemetery, Hartland, Vt.  Medical Information: dark complexion, 5'5"45.
15. ii. MOSES HEALY, b. April 23, 1764, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; d. October 30, 1834, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts - age 70. Colonel.
 iii. PHEBE HEALY, b. December 06, 1765, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts46  Christened: January 19, 1766, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts46; m. EBENEZER ALLEN, March 16, 1786, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts46.
 iv. RHOBEY HEALY, b. March 09, 1768, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts46; m. PHILLIP CORBIN, November 26, 1789, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts46. Of Union, Connecticut. They had; SAMUEL CORBIN b. February 11, 1792, m. CHARLOTTE CHAPIN. POLLY CORBIN b. May 28, 1795, m. JOSEPH C. GREGGS. PHILIP CORBIN b. April 4, 1797, m. LOIS CHAFFEE.  HEALY CORBIN b. June 8, 1799, m. NANCY COY.  AUGUSTUS CORBIN b. September 28, 1801, m. FAMELIA PRESTON.  HARMON CORBIN b. May 20, 1806, m. CALESTA KNOWLTON
16. v. HULDA HEALY, b. June 06, 1770, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; d. April 1854, at the time of an awful snowstorm.
 vi. HARMON HEALY, b. August 12, 1772, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts46; d. Aft. 1830, of Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts, unmarried. Died at sea of yellow fever.
 

Generation No. 5

8.  JOHN5 HEALY (JOSEPH4, JOSHUA3, NATHANIEL2, WILLIAM1) was born January 13, 1756 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts47, and died May 27, 1835 in Oppenheim, Fulton Co., New York - at the home of his son Anthony.  He married ELIZABETH DALRYMPLE April 20, 1780 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts.  She was born June 15, 1759 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts, and died April 23, 1831 in Oppenheim, Fulton Co., New York. Healey, John, Private, Capt. Jeremiah Wiswell's co., Col. Hatch's regt., Sargeant, Capt. John Putnam's co., Col. Wade's regt., Capt. in 14th Mass. regt. commanded by Gamaliel Bradford. He applied for a pension in Montgomery Co., N.Y. and it was allowed for  service as private and sergeant in the Massachusetts lines.

Children of JOHN HEALY and ELIZABETH DALRYMPLE are:
 i. LUCRETIA6 HEALY, b. April?, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts48.
17. ii. ELIZABETH HEALY, b. February 14, 1781, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; d. December 30, 1857.
 iii. JOHN HEALY, b. February 13, 1783, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts48; d. October 09, 1854; m. LYDIA BROWN, March 08, 1810, Smithfield.
 iv. ROSALINDA HEALY49, b. June 17, 1785, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts50; d. November 21, 1815, Woodstock, Windham Co., Connecticut; m. HEZEKIAH PALMER, November 21, 1805, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; b. September 12, 1779, Thompson, Windham Co, Connecticut; d. , of Woodstock, Windham Co., Connecticut.
 v. ANTHONY HEALY, b. May 08, 1789, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts53; d. July 22, 1872, St. Johnsville, Montgomery Co., New York; m. ANNA HOTCHKISS, January 04, 1817; b. of Woodbridge, Massachusetts.  Res. Oppenheim, N.Y.  Had; MARY ANN HEALY b. in Dudley September 15, 1817, d. in Mohawk, N.Y. November 1, 1888;  married MARSHALL HINES and had one child, MARY ROSETTE HINES.
 vi. JEREMIAH HEALY, b. Abt. 1792, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts53. Christened: April 01, 1792, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts53; d. 1845; m. ELIZA PORTER of Worcester, Worcester Co., Massachusetts.
vii. RHODA HEALY, b. February 02, 1797, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts53; d. January 27, 1879, Fultonville, Montgomery Co., New York; m. LEWIS KEITH, 1821. Christened: April 30, 1797, North Sutton, Worcester Co., Massachusetts by Rev. Mr. Goffe53
 viii. NANCY HEALY, b. February 12, 1800, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; d. July 27, 1883, Fultonville, Montgomery Co., New York; m. PARIS MANUEL PHIPPS.  See Phipps pages for descendants.
 

9.  LEMUEL5 HEALY (JOSEPH4, JOSHUA3, NATHANIEL2, WILLIAM1) was born December 26, 1759 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts54, and died September 11, 1837 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts - age 7755.  He married DOLLY CORBIN January 07, 1790 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts56, daughter of LEMUEL CORBIN and REBECCA DAVIS.  She was born February 03, 1767 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts, and died March 24, 1843 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts - age 76 y 1 m 21 d
July 13, 1780; Captain Lemuel Corbin's company detached for Rhode Island alarm.  (History of Worcester Co.)] 1781;  Continental army for 3 years.  (History of Worcester Co.)Medical Information: light complexion, 5' 6"57
Town Offices: 1781, selectman 1 year, town clerk 28 years59  Lemuel was a farmer, town treasurer, and valued and honored citizen.

Children of LEMUEL HEALY and DOLLY CORBIN are:
 i. LEMUEL6 HEALY, b. December 26, 1791, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts60; d. May 27, 1792.
18. ii. LEMUEL HEALY, b. November 24, 1792, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; d. September 02, 1868, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts.
 iii. SERAPH HEALY, b. November 07, 1794, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts60; m. BENJAMIN BRADFORD, September 27, 1831, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts60.
 iv. DOLLY HEALY, b. December 11, 1796, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts60; d. May 22, 1843; m. HARVEY CONANT, May 13, 1819, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts60; b. June 03, 1796, of Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; d. May 21, 1868. Harvey, at the age of 17 years, took over his father's farm and mills,  managing very successfully until 1823 when he sold out and engaged in the  manufacture of woolen cloth with Aaron Tufts and others under the name of  Tufts Manufacturing Co. Their children; LUCY FOSGET CONANT b. 5/28/1820, m. NELSON BENNETT 5/5/1845.  DOLLY HEALY CONANT b. 12/13/1821, m. RALPH M. DAVISON of Brooklyn, Connecticut  3/2/1843.   SAMUEL HARVEY CONANT b. 7/29/1825, d. 10/11/1850 unmarried.  HEZEKIAH CONANT b. 7/28/1827 in Dudley, m. SARAH WILLIAMS LARNED, dau. of Colonel Morris and Elizabeth Eaton Larned, 10/4/1853, who was b. 12/8/1829 and d. 7/17/1855; m. 2nd HARRIET KNIGHT LARNED 11/1859, sister of 1st wife Sarah, who was b. 5/10/1828 and d. 7/6/1864; m. 3rd MARY EATON KNIGHT 12/5/1865, dau. of Dr. Samuel P. and Harriet Eaton Knight, who was b. 1/19/1834. Hezekiah Conant learned the thread-making business and became the principal
thread man in the United States. He interested John Coates of Paisley, Scotland, in the possibilities of the American thread business, and the result was that Scotch and American partners put in $5,000,000. for buildings and equipment at Pawtucket, R.I. and Willimantic, Conn. and built up a business that provided work for nearly 5000 people. Dudley is indebted to Hezekiah Conant for the present handsome Congregational Church built in 1890 to replace the old wooden church, built in 1824, which burned in 1890. (Children 2nd marriage; SAMUEL MORRIS CONANT b. 12/9/1861, m. NELLIE BUELL FERGUSON 6/1/1887 in in Lincoln, R.I. Samuel Morris Conant was traveler, author, historian, and collector. He was a member of the New England Historic Genealogical Society, the American Antiquarian Society, and others. He purchased the Major Nathaniel Healy homestead in Dudley where he had spent a great deal of time when a boy, and restored it to its original Colonial condition, for he said he  loved the historical old homestead more than he loved his palatial home in New York. He named it Keekamoochaug, the Indian name for the land around Dudley, which translated means "Echo of Falling Waters." During his evening walk in New York City, he had become acquainted with Big Chief Tacomus, sagamore of the Mohawk tribe--the finest-wooden cigar store Indian in the U.S.A., who stood for more than thirty years in front of a tobacco store on Bleecker Street. His haughty headdress of eagle feathers proclaimed him more than an ordinary chieftain, and Mr. Conant bought him to stand outside Keekamoochaug, overlooking the site of the last Indian Village in Dudley. The ancient farmstead is literally a storehouse of valuable historical articles, including many Revolutionary War relics and souvenirs of all descriptions from all over the world, which would take a catalog of many pages to describe. It is open to visitors the year around, with a farm manager, and wife as housekeeper, always in charge; and there is a register book for visitors to sign. From the Sunday Telegram, Worcester, Mass., 12/22/1918. EDITH ADINA CONANT b. 9/19/1863, m. GEORGE M. THORNTON 2/4/1885.) SYLVIA MARIA CONANT b. 11/9/1829, d. aged 6 years. JOSIAH CONANT b. 6/2/1832 in Dudley, d. 12/1886, aged 54; m. LUCY C. PRATT of South Berwick, Maine in 1878. In 1859 he began studying medicine with Dr. Green of Boston, and served 9 months in hospitals of Washington during the Civil War. He resided in West Boyleston, Mass., then Great Falls, N.H. where he had a large practice. In 1881 he retired on account of his health. No children.  ELIZABETH CONANT b. 8/6/1834, m. GEORGE W. ADAMS of Boston; resided Florida.
 v. LUCY HEALY, b. April 14, 1801, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts60; m. GEORGE WATERS, May 11, 1820, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts60.  Christened: March 28, 1819, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts60.  They had; LEMUEL HEALY WATERS b. 5/5/1822
 GEORGE HAMILTON WATERS b. 2/27/1824  JANE CATHERINE WATERS b. 8/22/1827  MARION LOUISE WATERS b. 1/12/1830  MARY ANN WATERS b. 1/18/1833  LUCIAN PARKHURST WATERS b. 8/10/1837  LUCY SOPHIA WATERS b. 6/8/1841
19. vi. DAVIS HEALY, b. November 30, 1807, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; d. August 22, 1863.
 vii. SYLVA HEALY, b. January 04, 1799, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts60 Christened: March 28, 1819, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts60; m. BENJAMIN LEAVENS, May 13, 1819, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts60. They had; LUCRETIA LARNED LEAVENS b. 2/20/1820 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN LEAVENS b. 10/12/1822  HENRY NEWTON LEAVENS b. 2/17/1825  SYLVIA CONANT LEAVENS b. 2/2/1827  LUCY AMELIA LEAVENS b. 8/6/1830 ELLEN LOUISA LEAVENS b. 10/29/1839
 
 

10.  MARY5 HEALY (JOSEPH4, JOSHUA3, NATHANIEL2, WILLIAM1) was born February 13, 1762 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts61, and died 1828 in Thompson, Windham Co., Connecticut62.  She married JASON PHIPPS63 December 27, 1787 in Thompson, Windham Co., Connecticut64, son of JASON PHIPPS and REBECCA FAIRBANKS. See Phipps pages for descendants
 

11.  HEZEKIAH5 HEALY (JOSEPH4, JOSHUA3, NATHANIEL2, WILLIAM1) was born October 08, 1766 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts73, and died December 28, 1817 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts73.  He married BECCA CORBIN November 14, 1798 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts, daughter of LEMUEL CORBIN and REBECCA DAVIS.  She was born January 24, 1772, and died June 04, 1845 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts - age 72 y 11 m 20 d.  Captain Hezekiah Healy was a very ingenious mechanic and was the inventor of the fly shuttle used by hand weavers of old before power weaving was known. He traveled through the country selling looms. He also made and set the first loom for weaving by power used in the mill of Samuel Slater of Webster, Massachusetts.
BECCA CORBIN: Cause of Death: Paralytic

Children of HEZEKIAH HEALY and BECCA are:
 i. BECCA DAVIS6 HEALY, b. April 25, 1804, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts74; d. June 15, 1897; m. A. WALDO WILLIAMS, December 10, 1829, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts74, son of ABIEL WILLIAMS and SALLY CARGILL.  He was born May 15, 1806, and died September 01, 1875.  Their children include; 1. SALLY LORETTA WILLIAMS b. 4/10/1831, d. 4/9/1910; m. ELIZUR LEROY
SPERRY 1/16/1856 who was b. 2/5/1831 and d. 8/16/1901; Res. Fair Haven, Conn. and had; WILLIAM SPERRY b. 6/16/1857, d. 6/22/1857. CLARA REBECCA SPERRY b. 2/4/1861; m. CHARLES A. BOND 8/15/1883 in Woodbridge, Conn., who was b. 8/27/1857 in Oxford, Mass. Res. Westville, Conn. 1915. CALVIN WALDO SPERRY b. 10/20/1863; m. H. LOUIE KEYES 3/20/1889 in West Dudley, who was b. there 6/8/1867. Res. New Haven, Conn.  SARAH ANGELINE SPERRY b. 11/19/1867, d. 12/24/1884
2. HEZEKIAH WALDO WILLIAMS b. 5/16/1833, d. 4/7/1899; m. MARIA ELIZABETH DAVIS 2/17/1858, dau. of Reuben and Elizabeth Larned Davis, who was b. 2/11/1834 in Dudley, and d. 9/26/1895. Hezekiah Williams was a prosperous farmer, a trader, postmaster, and was elected to leading town offices in Dudley, children; GEORGE BOWEN WILLIAMS b. 11/17/1860 in Dudley, m. CHARLOTTE M. HANCOCK 9/24/1890, who was b. 11/12/1861 and d. 6/24/1891; m. LILA E.M. BARNES 1/1/1902, who was b. 9/30/1870.  MARION ELIZABETH WILLIAMS b. 7/8/1867 at Boston Highlands, Mass., d. 12/29/1916 in Dudley; m. LEONARD J. CARPENTER 9/26/1914--his 2nd wife.  At one time she went abroad with her uncle, Rev. John Williams. Leonard Carpenter's 1st wife was Eliza White Healy.
3. GEORGE CHAMPION WILLIAMS b. 2/29/1836, d. 6/21/1864, unmarried. Civil War Service: Major fifer in Co. E First Mass. Heavy Artillery. He died in a field hospital.
4. ABIEL PAYSON WILLIAMS b. 12/20/1838, d. 2/7/1893; m. OPHELIA HEALY, dau. of George Healy 1/5/1869, who was b. 8/28/1846 and d. 10/12/1889.  They had children; ALICE MABEL WILLIAMS b. 9/23/1870, m. HERBERT W.  GOODELL 9/22/1900. Res. Worcester, Mass.
EDITH WILLIAMS b. 1/31/1874, m. ROBERT J.M.BAIR 10/6/1897; Res. Dudley. CLARENCE HEALY WILLIAMS b. 5/19/1876, d. 11/2/1901
EVA WILLIAMS b. 4/1/1878, d. 4/10/1878  CHARLES WILLIAMS b. 4/19/1879, d. 5/1879  EVA OPHELIA WILLIAMS b. 3/20/1880, d. 12/2/1901  FRANK ELIOT WILLIAMS b. 3/12/1884  JENNIE MAUD WILLIAMS b. 9/10/1885, d. 4/11/1886  NINA ELSIE WILLIAMS b. 5/22/1887, d. 8/30/1887  FLORENCE EDWARDS WILLIAMS b. 2/5/1889
5.  SAMUEL NEWELL WILLIAMS b. 10/16/1841, d. 12/15/1849
6.  REV. JOHN HEALY WILLIAMS b. 12/4/1843; m. ANNIE FRANCES DAY 7/8/1873.  Rev. John H. Williams, DD was Congregational minister and Pastor Emeritus of the Congregational Church in Redlands, Cal. res. Redlands 1915. Children: GRACE WILLIAMS b. 5/3/1874, m. EDWIN HORACE BRYAN; res. S.F., Cal. 1915 (and had; E. H. BRYAN b. 4/13/1898) HELEN WEBSTER WILLIAMS b. 10/23/1876 was Vice Principal of Oxnard, Cal. High School; unm. 1915.  ROBERT DAY WILLIAMS, PhD b. 7/23/1881 in Marblehead, Mass. m. JESSIE HAYS 9/3/1910 in Los Angeles, Cal., who was b. 10/18/1877 in Sullivan, Ind. He was a professor in Pomona College Dept. of Phychology and Education, Claremont, Cal. in 1915. (Had; RICHARD HAYS WILLIAMS b. 2/19/1912 in Claremont, Cal.) MABEL HEALY WILLIAMS b. 9/2/1887, taught Domestic Science in Redlands, California schools; was unm. in 1915.
7. ALBERT CARGILL WILLIAMS b. 5/12/1847, d. 8/23/1849
 ii. HEZEKIAH HEALY, b. November 08, 1809, Brookfield, Worcester Co., Massachusetts74; d. May 29, 1821, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts - age 1174. 1821;  "Rufus Harris, son of Jonathan, whom he suceeded, held inquests in 1821 on Sumner Barton of Sutton, and Hezekiah Healy of Dudley, both shot."   (History of Oxford - page 226)  Cause of Death: accidental discharge of a gun74
iii. CLARINDA HEALY, b. July 20, 1812; d. November 10, 1890; m. WARREN GOODELL, June 15, 1836; b. April 10, 1810. Their Children:
WALDO WARREN GOODELL b. 9/18/1837 in Dudley, d. 5/22/1914 in Hartford, Connecticut; m. 1st, SUSAN WAKEFIELD 10/12/1856, who was b. 5/12/1839 in Richmond,Va.; m. 2nd, ELLEN REBECCA TOWER 6/6/1868, who was b. 3/17/1843. Waldo W. Goodell had a technical knowledge of the shoe business and held responsible positions with E. Twitchell & Co., Brookfield, Massachusetts and Marcy & Co., Wethersfield, Conn. He traveled extensively in this country, South America, and Mexico. He was a 33rd Degree Mason and held most of the high offices of the Order. (They had HERBERT WALDO GOODELL b. 9/23/1872, m. ALICE MABEL WILLIAMS and had MARIAN TOWER GOODELL b. 4/23/1900 and KATHRYN WILLIAMS GOODELL b. 8/19/1906, d. 8/31/1906.) ANSON PENNIMAN GOODELL b. 12/25/1839, m. ELLEN A. ROBBINS. They resided in Brookfield, Mass. for many years. She d. 10/1915 at the home of her son Lewis in Ludlow, Mass. (Their children were LEWIS A. GOODELL and MABEL GOODELL)  EDWIN DAVIS GOODELL b. 8/16/1842 in Dudley, Mass., d. 1/31/1920 in Mt. Vernon, N.Y., m. 1st DELIA CLAPP in 1870, who d. in 1683; m. 2nd EFFIE KINNE of Worcester, 12/1886, who d. in Brooklyn, N.Y. 1/13/1919. He was buried in Brookfield, Massachusetts.  Civil War: Edwin D. Goodell, age 18, volunteered for service, joining the 25th Mass. Infantry. He served in many of the big campaigns and at Cold Harbor, Hanover County, Va., 6/3/1864, received a gunshot wound in his right leg. Casualties were heavy and by the time he received attention it was too late to save his leg. After the war he went to Brookfield, Massachusetts and engaged in the show business. He was postmaster there 16 years; elected to the Massachusetts Legislature for three terms from the 4th Worcester District, and was a member of the General Court for 25 years. He was a member of Dexter Post GAR, and the Brookfield Congregational Church. (Worcester Daily Telegram 2/2/1920) (His children were; EDITH D. GOODELL m. JAMES L. GILBERT of Mt. Vernon, N.Y. and had LOUISE GILBERT and ELIZABETH GILBERT)  REV. CHARLES LEROY GOODELL, DD. b. 7/31/1854 in Dudley, m. MARY F. BLAIR 6/3/1896 in Boston, dau. of Samuel and Frances Blair, who was b. 11/24/1872. (They had; EARL WARREN GOODELL b. 3/23/1897 in Boston. CHARLES EDWIN GOODELL b. 7/9/1898 in Dudley, d. 4/13/1902.  FRANCES BLAIR GOODELL b. 8/10/1899 in Brooklyn, N.Y.   MARY CLARINDA GOODELL b. 12/12/1903 in Brooklyn, N.Y.  CHESTER CORBIN GOODELL b. 6/20/1905 in Dudley, Massachusetts.)
 
 

12.  NATHANIEL5 HEALY (NATHANIEL4, JOSHUA3, NATHANIEL2, WILLIAM1) was born February 19, 1760 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts74, and died June 12, 1812 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts - age 5274.  He married MARY DAVIS January 03, 1788 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts74.  Both buried: Old Cemetary, Dudley Center, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts74.
NATHANIEL HEALY, JR. was a respectable farmer of Dudley; lived on the homestead of his father, Major Nathaniel Healy and supported his parents in their old age. He had in his family "Violet," a black servant. Major Healy made provision for her in his will, and in the latter part of her life she lived with his granddaughter Abigail, who married Jonathan Pratt. She used to tell the story of  being kidnapped from Africa in childhood, while she and a brother were at a distance from their home driving away the monkeys from the rice fields, which they infested.

Children of NATHANIEL HEALY and MARY DAVIS are:
28. i. DAVID6 HEALY, b. October 14, 1788, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; d. November 11, 1820, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts - age 33 y.
 ii. CALEB HEALY, b. January 04, 1790, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts74; d. June 30, 1795, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts  age 5y 5 m 26 d74.
 iii. DEBORAH HEALY, b. October 20, 1791, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts74; d. June 22, 1795, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts - age 4 y 4 m74.
29. iv. ENOCH HEALY, b. November 08, 1793, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; ; d. September 28, 1840, Mendon township, Michigan.
 v. ABIGAIL HEALY, b. March 12, 1796, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts74;March 07, 1863, Leicester, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; m. JONATHAN PRATT, of Thomaston, Maine; d. December 16, 1872, Leicester, Worcester Co., Massachusetts and had SARAH ELIZAEETH PRATT who died young and SARAH ELIZABETH PRATT b. 1830 in Leicester, Mass., d. 1849.
Abigail was baptized May 01, 1796, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts74
vi. DEBORAH HEALY, b. March 12, 1796; d. July 17, 1832; m. JACOB CHAMBERLAIN, March 05, 1817, of Milbury, Massachusetts and had ABIGAIL CHAMBERLAIN  SUMNER CHAMBERLAIN  HENRY CHAMBERLAIN  JACOB CHAMBERLAIN  JANE CHAMBERLAIN and  JONATHAN CHAMBERLAIN.
 vii. MARY HEALY, b. May 20, 1798, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; m. WILLIAM ROWLAND and had HEALY ROWLAND
 JOHN ROWLAND  MARY ROWLAND   DEBORAH ROWLAND and DANIEL ROWLAND.
30. viii. CALEB HEALY, b. October 11, 1801, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; d. of Southbridge, Worcester Co., Massachusetts?.
 ix. LYDIA HEALY, b. September 14, 1805, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts74; age 43 at marriage to RESOLVED BAILEY, December 07, 1848, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts74.
 

13.  STEPHEN5 HEALY (NATHANIEL4, JOSHUA3, NATHANIEL2, WILLIAM1) was born August 23, 1762 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts74, and died March 24, 1838 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts - 75 y 7 m 1 d75.  He married RHODA MARCY January 23, 1783 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts76.
April 20, 1775;  Fifer, Minuteman, on news of Battle of Lexington, marched to Cambridge.  Members of Captain Nathaniel Healy's Company, in Colonel Ebenezer Learned's regiment.  With Colonels Prescott and Warren, this company ordered to join General Thomas at Roxbury.  (History of Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts) 1830, of Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts

Children of RHODA MARCY and STEPHEN HEALY are:
 i. MARY6 HEALY, b. June 29, 1783, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; d. 1852, Woodstock, Windham Co., Connecticut; m. PETER RICKARD, 1799 and had RHODA RICKARD  LUCY RICKARD  CHARLES RICKARD  JOHN RICKARD  MARY RICKARD  PETER RICKARD   DAVID RICKARD and ABIGAIL RICKARD.
 ii. JOSHUA HEALY, b. November 03, 1784, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; d. August 23, 1855, Grandhaven, Michigan.  He married ALICE HOWLETT Abt. 1823.  She was of Woodstock, Windham Co., Connecticut. The  family moved to Michigan where Joshua was in the lumber business. Burial: Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts. Children; 1. HENRIETTA SUMNER HEALY, b. February 09, 1825, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; d. September 26, 1826, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts - 1 y 7 m. Burial: Old Cemetary, Dudley Center, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts.  2. EMILY BASTOW HEALY, b. June 24, 1827, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts.
3. HENRIETTA HEALY, b. June 28, 1830, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts ; d. April 21, 1832, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts - a 1 y 10 m. Burial: Old Cemetary, Dudley Center, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts.
iii. ABIGAIL HEALY, b. February 24, 1787, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; d. December 07, 1851; m. ICHABOD CORBIN, March 29, 1808; d. January 24, 1863. They had no children of their own but when Abigail's brother Jedediah moved with his family to Wisconsin his son John, aged 18, remained in  North Woodstock with them. They owned a farm and when Ichabod died he left the place to John
 iv. CHARLES HEALY, b. March 21, 1789, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; d. March 1790.
 v. CHARLES HEALY, b. October 04, 1791; d. August 24, 1852.
vi. MARCY HEALY, b. May 05, 1795, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; d. April 1865, Hartford, Hartford Co., Connecticut. She married CAPTAIN MOSES DAVIS April 18, 1816, son of EDWARD DAVIS and HULDA HEALY.  He was born May 25, 1788 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts, and died August 02, 1862 in North Woodstock, Windham Co., Connecticut - age 74. Captain MOSES DAVIS lived for a time at Oppenheim, New York; returned late in life to Dudley and North Woodstock, Conn., where he died. She died at Hartford at the home of her daughter, Louisa M.  Their children: LOUISA M. DAVIS, b. November 24, 1816; m. ELISHA W. WILLIAMS.  HIRAM DAVIS, b. November 1818; d. August 1824. ICHABOD CORBIN DAVIS, b. September 28, 1823; m. EMILY C. MCFARLAND.
 vii. JEDEDIAH HEALY, b. July 14, 1796, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; d. October 05, 1879, Rochester, Wisconsin; m. ABIGAIL BACON, October 19, 1817; b. April 30, 1798, Charlton, Franklin Co., Massachusetts. Jedediah moved to Wis. in 1839 with his family except  the two oldest boys, Emory aged 21 and John aged 18. Children: EMORY HEALY b. 4/19/1818 in Charlton, d. 5/3/1890 in Mineral Point, Wisc.,  married 1st, LUCINDA JANE BRIGHAM 12/15/1839, who d. 11/18/1841 in Ellenville,  N.Y.; m. 2nd SARAH WEST b. 1/1/1820 in Wellington, Conn., who d. 5/13/1891 in  Mineral Point, Wis. where they moved in 1843.  (Child by 1st marriage:  EMORY BRIGHAM HEALY
b. 11/7/1841 in Ellenville, N.Y., m. SARAH C. SHADER;  married 2nd EVERETT JOHNSON; m. 3rd LILLIAN WASHBURN, who d. 3/16/1888.  His mother died when he was 11 days old and his father left him in care of an uncle, Elisha M. Brigham. Residence: Kingston, N.Y.   Children by 2nd marriage:  FRANK HEALY, married, res. Dubuque, Ia.  DAVID HEALY d. 12/23/1910  LOUISE HEALY b. 3/10/1851 in Mineral Pt., Wis., m. AMOS P. CHERRY of  Fredericksburgh, O., 8/17/1882, b. 5/1/1857; res. Oakland, Cal.  CARLOS P. HEALY b. 10/16/1860 in Mineral Pt., m. CORNELIA ANDERSON 7/18/80)  JOHN B. HEALY b. 5/16/1821 in Charlton, Mass., d. 1/30/1900 in
N. Woodstock,  Conn., m. MARY ELIZABETH CHILD, who d. 5/5/1894, aged 66. When his father moved to Wisconsin, John remained in N. Woodstock with his Aunt and Uncle, Ichabod and Abigail Corbin, where he lived the rest of his life.  He had no  children and adopted Leonard Homes Child, a nephew of his wife, who took the name of Healy and continued to live on the Corbin homestead. STEPHEN HEALY b. 5/15/1823 in Brimfield, Mass., d. 10/22/1890 in Chilton, Wisc.; m. 12/22/1847, MARY REBECCA BREED in Rochester, Wis., who was b. 12/28/1829 in Pharsalia, Chenango Co., N.Y. (They had; ALBERT STEPHEN HEALY b. 6/20/1852 in Vienna, Wis., d. 12/22/1867 Chilton, Wis.
METTA JOSEPHINE HEALY b. 8/15/1860 in Chilton, m. CARLTON ROLLINS WINCH 4/26/1882, who was b. 2/6/1852 in Wilmington, N.Y. )
JULIAN HEALY b. 1/14/1825, d. 3/24/1825  FRANCES HEALY b. 8/11/1826, d. 7/5/1851  ELIZABETH M. HEALY b. 11/18/1827, d. 4/1860
GEORGE M. HEALY b. 4/7/1833 in Woodstock, Conn., d. 12/19/1913 in Rochester, Wis., m. SARAH KELLEY 2/20/1860, who was b. 1/11/1834 and d. 5/14/1906 (They had; CHARLES J. HEALY b. 2/18/1861, m. MAY COLFAX BAIRD of River Falls, Wis. 10/16/1888 in Pelican Rapids, Minn., who was b. 4/24/1868; Res. Rochester, Wis.  WILLIAM EZRA HEALY b. 1/1/1865 in Spring Prairie, Wisc.; m. ANNIE
TOLEFSON. Res. Rochester, Wis.  REV. ELTON OARLOS HEALY b. 3/28/1870 in Rochester, Wisc., m. NELLIE WALLER 6/16/1898 in Rochester. Res. Nashotah, Wis.  DAVID MORRIS HEALY b. 8/16/1871; m. STELLA THCMPSON of Waterford, Wis. Res. Milwaukee, Wis. No children.  ARMENA JANE HEALY b. 9/26/1874, d. 2/27/1894) DAVID B. HEALY b. 11/19/1834 in Mansfield, Conn., d. 9/24/1916, age 82;
married 1/12/1860 FRANCES BLACKBURN, who was b. 6/28/1839 in Yorkshire, England, and came to Rochester in 1842 with her parents. Res. Honey Creek, Wis. (They had; ROSELLA HEALY b. 11/26/1860, died in infancy.  GEORGE W. HEALY b. 12/30/1862 in Rochester, Wis. m. ELLA BABCOCK 11/18/1895 in Honey Creek, Wisc., who was b. 2/14/1873 in Spring Prairie, Wis. They lived on a farm near Burlington, Wis.  PERCY HEALY b. 10/5/1865, d. in infancy.  ELLIS HEALY b. 2/14/1868; res. Rochester; unmarried.  ALMA T. HEALY b. 2/16/1870; m. WILLIAM FRASER 2/20/1893 in Waterford, Wis.  MAURICE B. HEALY b. 3/9/1873 in Rochester, Wis. m. NELLIE EARL 3/9/1899, who was b. 5/26/1875. Res. Burlington, Wis.) WILLIAM J. HEALY b. 3/6/1837 in Mansfield, Conn., m. SARAH R. FADNER 2/22/1869 in Charlestown, Wis., who was b. 12/24/1851 in Cleveland, O.; Res. Rochester. (Had; EDGAR B. HEALY b. 2/13/1870 in Vienna, Wis., m. MINNIE E. RCGERS
10/8/1892 in Beloit, Wis., who was b. 11/26/1870 in Harlem, Ill., Res. Rockford. CASSIE E. HEALY b. 4/1/1872 in Gravesville, Wis., d. 4/23/1872.  WILLIAM J. HEALY, JR. b. 6/10/1873 in Gravesville, Wis., d. 3/18/1875.  DAISY A. HEALY b. 5/23/1875 in Gravesville, m. E.V. JONES 7/29/1896 in Honey Creek, Wis., who was b. 12/7/1872 in Racins. Res. Milwaukee).
 viii. BETSEY HEALY, b. February 08, 1801, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; d. April 18, 1836, unmarried.
 ix. GEORGE HEALY, b. June 05, 1805, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts.  He married OPHELIA EDWARDS Abt. 1826, of Southbridge, Worcester Co., Massachusetts. They had; CAROLINE SOPHIA HEALY, b. April 30, 1830, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts.  HANNAH JANE HEALY, b. October 30, 1827, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts.  MARY EDWARDS HEALY, b. June 18, 1833, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts. OPHELIA HEALY, b. August 28, 1846, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts.
x. SOPHIA HEALY, b. Bef. 1819, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts. Christened: June 13, 1819, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts.
 
 

14.  WILLIAM5 HEALY (NATHANIEL4, JOSHUA3, NATHANIEL2, WILLIAM1)79 was born August 09, 1764 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts, and died October 01, 1850.  He married PRUDENCE LYON June 10, 1788.  She was born 1766 of Woodstock, Windham Co., Connecticut, and died of consumption July 09, 1843 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts - age 76 y 9 m 17 d. They owned a farm on Healy Road which  was still a high grade farm in 1913. Deacon William Healy was for many years Deacon of the Congregational Church of Dudley, and a very highly respected citizen.

Children of WILLIAM HEALY and PRUDENCE are:
33. i. WILLIAM6 HEALY, b. February 26, 1791, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; d. April 12, 1862, Southbridge, Worcester Co., Massachusetts.
34. ii. DANIEL LYON HEALY, b. December 26, 1792, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; d. May 14, 1850, Moscow, Iowa.
 iii. HANNAH HEALY, b. December 01, 1794, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts80; m. CHESTER PRATT, August 28, 1817, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts80.
 iv. SALLY HEALY, b. December 13, 1796, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts80. Christened: October 05, 1800, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts80; d. September 05, 1855.  She married BENJAMIN BRADFORD September 27, 1821.  He was born August 04, 1780 in Woodstock, Windham Co., Connecticut, and died April 17, 1857. He was a 7th  generation descendant of Governor Bradford of Plymouth.
They had;  BENJAMIN BRADFORD, b. July 06, 1832, Woodstock, Windham Co., Connecticut; m. MARY ANN LESHURE; b. of North Woodstock, Windham Co., Connecticut. (Had; HANNAH ELIZABETH BRADFORD d. aged 16.  MARY CORDELIA BRADFORD, m. E. J. KITTELL; Res. Springfield, Mass.)  SARAH LYON BRADFORD, b. May 04, 1834; m. ALBERT BLOOD.  HANNAH HOWE BRADFORD, b. June 26, 1836, Woodstock, Windham Co., Connecticut; m. HENRY BRIGGS, February 12, 1857, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; b. November 04, 1834, of North Woodstock, Windham Co., Connecticut; d. November 04, 1862, of Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusets.
 v. CLARISSA HEALY, b. December 06, 1798, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts80; m. NATHAN PRATT, February 25, 1819, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts80. They had;  FRANCIS PARKS PRATT, b. March 19, 1820. SARAH PRESCETTA PRATT, b. September 07, 1822. GEORGE FRANKLIN PRATT, b. June 13, 1823
 vi. PRUDENCE HEALY, b. Abt. 1800, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts80  Christened: October 05, 1800, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts80; m. PARKER WILLARD, January 26, 1809, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts80.
 vii. PRISCILLA HEALY, b. January 09, 1801, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts80; d. September 02, 1803, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts - age 2y  8 m 13d80.  Burial: Old Cemetary, Dudley Center, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts80
35. viii. ABIEL HEALY, b. September 22, 1802, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; d. December 18, 1853, Dudley, on the Deacon William Healy homestead where he was born, married and raised his family.
ix. PRISCILLA HEALY, b. October 15, 1804; d. September 17, 1810.
x. MARIA HEALY, b. April 25, 1808, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; d. April 01, 1864, Providence, Rhode Island; m. JOHN BOWERS, December 01, 1836, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts80.  She married JOHN BOWERS December 01, 1836 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts.  He was born September 14, 1805 in Thompson, Windham Co., Connecticut, and died February 04, 1863 in St. Johnsbury, Vermont. Rev. John Bowers was pastor of the Congregational Church in North Wilbraham, Mass. from 12/1837 to 5/1856. He was settled over the Congregational Church in East St. Johnsbury, Vt. 2/4/1858. Both he and his wife are buried in Wilbraham, Mass. They had;
ELLEN PRISCILLA BOWERS, b. October 08, 1837, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; d. 1914, unmarried. She was a teacher; retired and lived in South Hadley, Mass.  GEORGE CHAMPION BOWERS, b. January 04, 1840, Wilbraham, Massachusetts; d. December 20, 1910, Washington D.C.; m. IDA E. ROGERS, May 28, 1867, Corning, Steuben Co., New York; d. Aft. , of Washington D.C..
 xi. PRUDENCE HEALY, b. August 16, 1789; m. (1) PARKER WILLARD, January 26, 1809; b. June 26, 1788, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; d. October 20, 1812; m. (2) REUBEN TAFT, February 29, 1824. Her children were; FEDELIA WILLARD b. 6/13/1810, d. 6/3/1848; m. HENRY SMITH   SOPHIA WILLARD b. 5/22/1812, d. 2/8/1813  PRUDENCE MAURICE TAFT b. 2/2/1825, m. ALPHENS HARDING of Holyoke, Mass.  REUBEN PARKER TAFT b. 7/16/1827, m. MARY LEAVENS
 
 

15.  MOSES5 HEALY (SAMUEL4, JOSHUA3, NATHANIEL2, WILLIAM1) was born April 23, 1764 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts80 Christened: May 27, 1764, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts80, and died October 30, 1834 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts - age 7080.  He married (1) ESTHER HAMMON January 07, 1789, daughter of EBENEZER HAMMON and RUHANNAH BOOMER.  She was born April 26, 1766 of Charlton, Franklin Co., Massachusetts, and died January 24, 1812 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts - age 46 y.  He married (2) RUTH LARNED June 12, 1814.  She was born of Sturbridge, Worcester Co., Massachusetts, and died April 18, 1848.  ESTHER HAMMON:  Burial: Old Cemetary, Dudley Center, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts80

Children of MOSES HEALY and ESTHER HAMMON are:
36. i. HAMMOND6 HEALY, b. November 24, 1789, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts.
 ii. WALDO MOSES HEALY, b. November 14, 1792, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts80; m. DULCENA CHAMBERLAIN; b. June 21, 1797, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; d. of Providence, Rhode Island. New Cemetary Dudley Center, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts80
 iii. EBENEZER HEALY, b. June 13, 1795, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts80; d. January 20, 1873, Oppenhiem, Fulton Co.,  New York - age 77 years81. 1830, of Oppenhiem, Fulton Co., New York; m. KEZIAH; b. Abt. 1800; d. May 03, 1872.  1830, of Oppenhiem, Fulton Co., New York.
 iv. ESTHER HEALY, b. February 07, 1798, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts82; d. May 16, 1877, Southbridge, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; m. JEDEDIAH MARCY, November 29, 1816, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts82; b. October 19, 1794, of Southbridge, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; d. May 10, 1877. They had; ESTHER H. MARCY b. 10/17/1817; m. ISRAEL C. TROW (had;  ESTHER C. TROW b. 7/14/1836  ELLEN J. TROW b. 5/15/1840, d. 11/14/1851)  LUCIEN J. MARCY b. 8/31/1819, m. and lived in Southbridge.  JOHN MARCY b. 9/12/1822, m. 1858 and lived in Iowa.  WILLIAM A. MARCY b. 5/3/1829, unmarried, lived in Southbridge.
v. GEORGE HEALY, b. August 25, 1802, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; m. OPHELIA EDWARDS, Abt. 1826. They had; 1. HANNAH JANE HEALY b. 10/30/1827  2. MARY EDWARDS HEALY b. 6/18/1833 3. OPHELIA HEALY b. 8/28/1846, d. 10/12/1889; m. ABIEL PAYSON WILLIAMS 1/5/1869 (Children: ALICE MABEL WILLIAMS b. 9/23/1870; m. HERBERT W. GOODELL 9/22/1900; Res. Worcester, Mass. EDITH WILLIAMS b. 1/31/1874, m. ROBERT J.M. BAIR 10/6/1897 and lived in Dudley on the old home farm. CLARENCE HEALY WILLIAMS b. 5/19/1876, d. 11/2/1901  EVA WILLIAMS b. 4/1/1878, d. 4/10/1878 CHARLES WILLIAMS b. 4/19/1879, d. 5/1879
EVA OPHELIA WILLIAMS b. 3/20/1880, d. 12/2/1901  FRANK ELIOT WILLIAMS b. 3/12/1884  JENNIE MAUD WILLIAMS b. 9/10/1885, d. 4/11/1886  NINA ELSIE WILLIAMS b. 5/22/1887, d. 8/30/1887 FLORENCE EDWARDS WILLIAMS b. 2/5/1889)
 v. HARRIET HEALY, b. August 26, 1806, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts82; m. CHARLES W. VINTON, November 18, 1828, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts82; b. March 16, 1802, of Southbridge, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; d. November 24, 1838, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts. Their children were; SUSANNA M. VINTON b. 12/31/1829, d. 5/30/1831 in Dudley  MOSES H. VINTON b. 11/15/1831 CHARLES E. VINTON b. 6/2/1834  GEORGE W. VINTON b. 10/22/1835, d. 11/10/1847  HARRISON W. VINTON b. 5/29/1838 and twin HARRIET W. VINTON.
 

16.  HULDA5 HEALY (SAMUEL4, JOSHUA3, NATHANIEL2, WILLIAM1) was born June 06, 1770 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts82, and died April 09, 1854 at the time of an awful snowstorm83 Her body was taken to the grave on an ox sled due to snow85.  She married Lieutenant EDWARD DAVIS83 December 26, 1787 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts84, son of EDWARD DAVIS and ELIZABETH DAVIS.  He was born January 05, 1768 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts, and died July 01, 1834 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts age 66.

Children of HULDA HEALY and EDWARD DAVIS are:
 i. MOSES6 DAVIS86,87, b. May 25, 1788, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts88,89; d. August 02, 1862, North Woodstock, Windham Co., Connecticut - age 7489; m. MARCY HEALY90,91, April 18, 1816, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts (this may be incorrect)92,93.
 ii. HULDAH DAVIS94, b. June 09, 1789, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts94; d. April 03, 1871, Oppenheim, Fulton Co., New York; she married JONATHAN BACON September 29, 1813, son of JONATHAN BACON and SARAH CORBIN.  He was born of Greenfield, Massachusetts.  JONATHAN BACON went to Greenfield, Mass., thence to Oppenheim, New York, about 1819; about 1830 he left his family and has not been heard from. He was a stage-driver. They had; E. DAVIS, b. August 14, 1814, Greenfield, Massachusetts, a Universalist
Minister in Pennsylvania .  WARREN A., b. 21 Sept. 1816, of Lexington, Kentucky.  WILLIAM S., b. 9 Sept. 1819, was a teacher in the vicinity of Oppenheim, N. Y., until 1842, when he went to Paris, Ky. There he taught until 1849, when he removed to Springdale, Ohio, where he continued teaching. In 1850 he began preaching, which vocation he followed at Rainsboro, Sharonville and Montgomery, in Ohio, until 1855, when he undertook the management of "The Star of the West," a Universalist newspaper. In 1856 he removed to Lockland, Ohio, continuing to preach and made many addresses in behalf of the union during the war. He was appointed to a public office in 1865 and has since been much engaged in public affairs.  ABIGAIL, b. 1821; d. June, 1828 -- drowned.  HARRIET, b. 15 Aug. 1822 Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; of Oppenheim, Fulton Co., New York - of Fonda, Montgomery Co., New York; m. JOHN PECK, March 17, 1839; b. March 25, 1815, Manhiem, Herkimer Co., New York.  At Port Jackson, Montgomery County, N. Y.; carpenter. (Children; JAMES W., b. 17 Aug. 1840.  In late war; sergeant in one hundred and fifty-third New York regiment; wounded in Shenandoah Valley, under Sherman; died from effects 1 March, 1866.  ROSETTE E., b. 24 Dec. 1842; m. 22 Dec. 1876, William Bronkhorst, b. 13 April, 1847, at Oppenheim; sett. at Dolgeville, N. Y.
REUBEN, b. 4 March, 1844.  ABIGAIL B., b. 14 March, 1847; d. 20 Sept. 1848.   HIRAM B., b. 25 Aug. 1849; d. 11 Jan. 1856.  ELIZA A., b. 29 Jan. 1851.  CLARISSA, b. 12 July, 1856.   WINFIELD SCOTT, b. 12 July, 1861; d. 4 May, 1866.)   GEORGE HEALY BACON, b. March 04, 1824; d. March 03, 1880, Oppenheim, Fulton Co., New York; m. (1) ALMIRA COOL, May 31, 1849; b. January 11, 1825, Oppenheim, Fulton Co., New York; d. May 15, 1874; m. (2) SUSANNAH PRAINE, December 23, 1875; b. June 19, 1834, Cobleskill, New York.  Farmer and cheese manufacturer. (Had child: WARREN H., b. 17 Nov. 1850, at Oppenheim; m. 4 Oct. 1878, Julia E. Praine, b. 25 June, 1858, at Stratford, N. Y.)  HIRAM, b. 3 April, 1826, m. 4 July, 1850, Jane Barker, b. 28 Jan. 1828, at Oppenheim, N. Y.  Now at New London, Oneida County, N. Y.; cheese maker (had; EUGENIE, b. 22 May, 1851, at Oppenheim; m. 17 March, 1875, Jacob Senn, b. 28 July, 1838, at  Verona, N. Y.; lives at Verona. Cheese maker.  MARY J., b. 16 Sept. 1852, at Oppenheim; d. 27 Feb. 1853.  DAVID, b. 3 June, 1855, at Oppenheim; m. 10 Dec.  1879, Emma Cagwin, b. 18 April, 1861, at Verona;  lives at Lenox, N. Y. Cheese maker.  ALICE, b. 21 Oct. 1860, at Verona.)  ELIZA A. BACON m. DANIEL FAILING 16 Feb. 1847; sett. at Oppenheim,  N. Y. He was b. 27 Feb. 1825, at Oppenheim.  She was b. 30 March, 1828.  Now at St. Johnsville, Montgomery County, N. Y. (had; GEORGE B., b. 1 Dec. 1848; m. 27 Feb. 1874,  Jennie E. Brown. She d. 3 March, 1879, leaving  2 ch.   CHARLES B., b. 1 April, 1855;
m. Aug. 1875, Mary  Timerman; lives at St. Johnsville.  HATTIE, b. 17 May, 1859; d. 2 Aug. 1871.  DELAVAN, b. 12 Sept. 1864
iii. REUBEN DAVIS95,96, b. September 05, 1790, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts97; d. April 17, 1795, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts - age 598. Burial: Corbin Cemetary, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts99
37. iv. CLARISSA DAVIS, b. January 02, 1792, Woodstock, Windham Co., Connecticut; d. August 30, 1830, Thompson, Windham Co., Connecticut.
 v. EBENEZER DAVIS100,101, b. June 03, 1793, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts102; d. April 15, 1795, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts - age 2103. Burial: Corbin Cemetary, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts103
 vi. ABIGAIL DAVIS104, b. April 29, 1795, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; d. August 28, 1868, Spencer, Worcester Co., Massachusetts104; m. THOMAS STONE104, April 09, 1823104; b. March 28, 1796, Pomfret, Windham Co., Connecticut; d. September 15, 1872, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts. They had; 1.  ELIZA O. STONE b. 6/28/1824, d. 12/12/1824  2. SAMUEL H. STONE b. 9/10/1825, d. 8/29/1826  3. THOMAS A. STONE b. 6/26/1827, lived in Southbridge  4. ELIZABETH STONE b. 12/25/1829, d. 9/1/1830  5. SAMUEL D. STONE b. 12/27/1832, m. LYDIA A. PARKS; res. Dudley  6. WILLIAM F. STONE b. 7/19/1837, unmarried; res. PA, Texas and Mexico
7. EDWARD E. STONE b. 7/21/1835, m. ELIZA M. CALDWELL.  THOMAS STONE was a carpenter.
 vii. PHEBE DAVIS105, b. March 14, 1797, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; d. April 21, 1879, Framingham, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; m. PATTON JOHNSON105, October 01, 1816, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; b. September 01, 1790, Framingham, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; d. November 05, 1868. Lived  Framingham, where they owned many acres of valuable land. They had; CHARLES PATTEN JOHNSON b. 1/30/1819 in Dudley; res. New York   MARY DAVIS JOHNSON b. 6/21/1820 in Framingham.
 viii. SALLY HEALY DAVIS, b. March 26, 1799, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; m. REVEREND HEZEKIAH H. DAVIS, March 30, 1820, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; b. March 12, 1796; d. April 03, 1844. They had; GEORGE DAVIS b. 2/12/1821, m. LUCY
E. DAVIS 3/20/1845   FIDELLA DAVIS b. 7/16/1822, m. AMASA DAVIS 10/21/1844   EMARILLA DAVIS b. 2/10/1827, d. 3/22/1832   SALLY M. DAVIS b. 7/25/1835, m. DR. HENRY S. SMITH 5/1856   HEZEKIAH DAVIS b. 2/2/1840, m. ABBY HISCOX of Woodstock 3/2/1864
REVEREND HEZEKIAH H. DAVIS: He was a local Methodist preacher  and a farmer, who also held offices of Selectman, Assessor,  School Committee, and Representative.
ix. HARRIET DAVIS107, b. October 26, 1800, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts108,109; d. November 05, 1883, Quinebaug, (Thompson), Windham Co., Connecticut (age 83 y 10 d)110  Burial: November 09, 1883, funeral at her home; New Boston Cemetary, Quinebaug - Thompson, Windham Co., Ct.114 Cause of Death: pneumonia115; m. her brother in law, PEYTON RANDOLPH PHIPPS, October 25, 1831, Thompson, Windham Co., Connecticut111,112,113.
1819, admitted Congregational Church Dudley, Mass.
1838;  sold property Worcester Co., Massachusetts to Ruben Davis.  (Worcester Co. Deeds book 333 page 550)
1839;  sold property Worcester Co., Massachusetts to Thomas Stone.  (Worcester Co. Deeds book 344 page 618)
Kind neighbor, many friends and loved ones.  Living with son Benjamin at her death115  Received Peyton's pension from War of 1812
 x. ELIZA DAVIS121, b. September 13, 1802, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts121; m. CHESTER CURTIS121, October 01, 1849, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts - she age 47122. No children.
 xi. LYDIA DAVIS123, b. September 08, 1804, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts123; m. JACOB BATES123, March 29, 1832, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts124, b. April 18, 1796. Had children; ELIZABETH W. BATES b. 4/26/1833 in Webster, d. 6/25/1853   GEORGE D. BATES b. 3/8/1826, m. HARRIET E. BARTLETT; res.Webster   ELLEN M. BATES b.  11/9/1840, m. CHARLES BATTEY of Oxford  CHARLES L. BATES b. 6/29/1845, m. LOUISA E. MILLER; Res. St. Louis   HENRY J. BATES b. 2/6/1847, m. MARY E. LINCOIN; Res. Webster
 xii. REUBEN DAVIS125, b. March 13, 1807, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts125; d. October 17, 1860; m. ELIZABETH D. LEARNED125, April 10, 1833, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts126, daughter of MORRIS LEARNED and ELIZABETH.  She was born February 16, 1813 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts.  They had; MARIA ELIZABETH DAVIS b. 2/17/1834 in Dudley.   JOHN EATON DAVIS b. 5/1/1836 in Dudley, m. MRS. MARY HANCOOK 1867.   WILLIAM L. DAVIS b. 3/23/1838, m. MARTHA E. JEWETT 10/29/1865.  ELLEN L. DAVIS b. 3/28/1840, m. STEPHEN O. THAYER 12/4/1872.  SARAH URSULA DAVIS b. 10/24/1842.  FRANKLIN DAVIS b. 11/23/1844, d. 5/6/1849 ) and twin FRANCES DAVIS b. 11/23/1844, d. 5/23/18--.  EMMA F. DAVIS b. 12/22/1856, m. ISAAC H. ESTABROOK 5/1/1879
xiii. SAMUEL HEALY DAVIS, b. February 18, 1811, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; m. (1) LYDIA H. DAVIS, November 24, 1842, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; b. August 16, 1803, Charlton, Franklin Co., Massachusetts; d. May 16, 1845; m. (2) SYLVIA H. CORBIN, November 05, 1846, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; b. Abt. 1811. Children by 2nd marriage: ALBERT H. DAVIS b. 6/12/1848 in Dudley  DELIA JANE DAVIS b. 6/16/1850 in Dudley   JOSIAH SAMUEL DAVIS b. 2/23/1853, d. 10/12/1854   SAMUEL H. DAVIS b. 3/7/1856, lived in Philadelphia  CARRIE S. DAVIS b. 7/10/1858, d. 6/21/1880 in Webster   FANNIE ESTELIE DAVIS b. 5/26/1861
 
 

Generation No. 6

17.  ELIZABETH6 HEALY (JOHN5, JOSEPH4, JOSHUA3, NATHANIEL2, WILLIAM1) was born February 14, 1781 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts127, and died December 30, 1857.  She married CHAD BROWN May 04, 1800 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts, son of EZEKIEL BROWN.  He was born July 03, 1779 of Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts.  She married CHAD BROWN May 04, 1800 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts127.

Children of ELIZABETH HEALY and CHAD BROWN are:
i.  JAMES7 BROWN.
ii. ROSALINDA BROWN.  She married LEACH and had HORATIO LEACH. His aunt Eliza Phipps with husband David held his mortgage.
 iii. EZEKIEL BROWN, b. February 19, 1801, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; d. 1873; m. CORNELIA BUSH KEYES, 1826. They had; 1. HENRY S. BROWN b. 1829 in Easton, N.Y., d. 1915 in Fort Scott, Kan.  married L. L. T. X. PARMENTER 5/24/1853 at Beloit, Wis. who had;  L. CORNELIA BROWN b. 11/24/1864.  2. ADELINE BROWN m. WILLIAM R. VANCE  3. PERSIS BROWN d. young  4. CHAD BROWN m. HATTIE REYNOLDS  5. ISRAEL KEYES BROWN m. EDITH E. JOHNSON  6. DOLLY A. BROWN m. GEORGE FOUNTAIN
7.  ELIZABETH BROWN m. GIDEON P. COLE
 iv. JOHN BROWN, b. October 29, 1802.
v. ELIZA HEALEY BROWN, b. April 22, 1813, of West Eaton, Madison Co., N.Y., b. N.Y.128; d. March 17, 1889, Oneida, Madison Co., New York129; m. DAVID HARTLEY PHIPPS, December 19, 1831, New York130.  See Phipps pages
 

18.  LEMUEL6 HEALY (LEMUEL5, JOSEPH4, JOSHUA3, NATHANIEL2, WILLIAM1) was born November 24, 1792 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts139, and died September 02, 1868 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts.  He married (1) SYLVIA CONANT December 04, 1817 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts139, daughter of JOSIAH CONANT and LUCY.  She was born August 08, 1798, and died February 25, 1826 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts.  He married (2) ELIZA WARDEN September 01, 1830 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts139. Captain of the Militia, Town Clerk of Dudley, Assessor and Selectman.

Children of LEMUEL HEALY and SYLVIA CONANT are:
 i. JOSIAH7 HEALY, b. June 04, 1819, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts139; d. April 11, 1893, Moline, Illinois; m. EMILY ORMSBY, April 16, 1854; b. June 14, 1822, Thompson, Windham Co., Connecticut; d. March 10, 1874, Moline, Illinois. They had; MARILLA L. HEALY b. 10/12/1856; res. Moline, Ill.; unmarried in 1914   JESSIE E. HEALY b.  8/27/1861; res. Los Angeles; unmarried 1914.
 ii. LOUISA HEALY, b. August 10, 1823, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts139. Was a music teacher in Moline, Ill., where she  lived with her brother. She died unmarried.
 

Children of LEMUEL HEALY and ELIZA WARDEN are:
iii. GEORGE WARD HEALY, b. January 30, 1832, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts139; d. August 20, 1864, Henry, Illinois. Burial: Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts.
 iv. ABBIE FRANCES7 HEALY, b. October 16, 1833, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts139; d. New York City, New York; m. JOHN W. WATERS.
 v. LEMUEL HEALY, b. September 23, 1835, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts139; d. July 05, 1916, Worcester, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; m. ELIZABETH EATON LEARNED, June 07, 1866 of Thompson, Windham Co., Connecticut. He served as Town Clerk, Assessor, Selectman,  and Representative.  He was Proprietor of the Inn in Dudley for many years. They lived  on the old Major Nathaniel Healy Farm, or Keekamoochaug Farm, purchased  and restored by Samuel Morris Conant. Lem was a dark complectioned  man with twinkling eyes, black curly hair, and a beard--filled with folklore  and witticism--the center of life around him. When his young nephew,  Samuel Conant, met him for the first time Lem said "Do you know who I  am, my boy?...I'm General Grant." As Grant at the time was the nation's  hero, and president, Samuel was somewhat surprised to find him in Dudley,  and on the steps of his uncle's house; but from then on a deep-lasting  friendship existed between them. Lem and his father, Captain Lem before him, were Just, God-fearing men, particularly strict to avoid criticism and to discredit gossip. Samuel Conant composed the following lines in their honor, to put on the wall of the old homestead:  "Bring here no tattle in Nor take none out  So may the Love of God Dwell in this house."  Lem and Libby celebrated their golden wedding anniversary in June, 1916.  A month later he died very suddenly. (Worcester Telegram, 7/6/1916) They had; 1. FRANCIS MARION HEALY b. 8/15/1867 in Dudley, m. WALTER HASTINGS  2. CLARENOE LARNED HEALY b. 9/29/1869, d. 1/6/1871   3. MORRIS LARNED HEALY b. 2/22/1875, d. in Atlanta, Ga., 9/28/1909 and  is buried in Dudley. Married; no children.  4. LUCY BELLE HEALY b. 1/15/1881 in Dudley, m. WILLIAM C. CHILD 9/28/1909.  Res. Woodstock, Conn. in 1915.
 
 

19.  DAVIS6 HEALY (LEMUEL5, JOSEPH4, JOSHUA3, NATHANIEL2, WILLIAM1) was born November 30, 1807 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts139, and died August 22, 1863.  He married ZERVIAH S. WILLIAMS January 16, 1833 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts139, daughter of ABIEL WILLIAMS and SALLY CARGILL.  She was born April 28, 1808.  Burial: New Cemetary, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts139

Children of DAVIS HEALY and ZERVIAH WILLIAMS are:
i.  SARAH CARGILL7 HEALY, b. May 28, 1834, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts139; d. April 24, 1911; m. LEVI LINCOLN LAPHAM; b. April 11, 1829 of Caledonia, Minnesota. They had; FRANCIS PAINE LAPHAM b. 1/8/1841, was a teacher in Caledonia, Minn.  CORA LAPHAM b. 4/20/1863, m. LOUIS OSCAR PALMER 8/28/1890; residence  Caledonia, Minn. (They had; HERBERT LINCOLN PALMER b. 7/14/1891, d. 1/28/1892   RUTH DEBORAH PALMER  b. 1/27/1893   LORA   FRANCIS   GRACE   MARJORIE  b. 2/12/1906)
GEORGE HENRY LAPHAM b. 4/13/1866, m. MINNIE ROBINSON in Dorchester, Ia.  HERBERT LINCOLN LAPHAM b. 8/13/1869; m. FLORA INEZ TAYLOR 10/6/1892.
ii. HENRY DAVIS HEALY, b. March 03, 1836; d. August 15, 1864, Lincoln Hospital, Washington, D.C. of wounds received at the  Battle of Petersburg, 6/16/1864. He was a member of Mass. Heavy Artillery.
iii. FRANKLIN LEAVENS HEALY, b. February 11, 1838, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts139; d. 1911; m. ESTHER ELLA PEASE, April 08, 1868; b. September 24, 1847, of New Vineyard, Maine. They had; 1. ESTHER DELLIE HEALY b. 2/25/1869, d. 9/13/1869  2. LUCY
MARION HEALY b. 2/17/1871, d. 8/7/1871  3. FRANK EDWIN HEALY b. 8/7/1878; res. Madison, So. Dakota, 1914  4. FLORA ESTELLA HEALY b. 11/2/1879, m. CORINIE LITCH; Res. Moscow, Idaho   5. FREDERICK WILLIAMS HEALY b. 8/17/1863 in Dudley, unmarried 1913; resided Tracy  6. ARTHUR FRANCIS HEALY b. 1/7/1869 in Winnebago, Minn.; Res. Currie.
iv. EDWIN WILLIAMS HEALY, b. September 11, 1840, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts139.
 v. ELIZA WHITE HEALY, b. August 31, 1842, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts139; d. July 08, 1913; m. LEONARD JOHN CARPENTER, May 25, 1876; b. May 05, 1851. They had; 1. EDITH LOUISE CARPENTER b. 7/3/1877; Res. Peace Dale, R.I.  2. ERNEST DAVIS CARPENTER b. 4/5/1880, d. 7/28/1882  3. MARY RUBY CARPENTER  b. 10/11/1884, d. 3/24/1892  4. MABEL HEALY CARPENTER b.  10/11/1884, d. 8/27/1907
 vi. ELLEN LOUISA HEALY, b. February 28, 1845, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts139; m. GEORGE JOHNSON CASS, February 08, 1870; b. September 12, 1847, Blackstone, Massachusetts; d. of Mexico, Missouri. They had; 1. ELWIN LOUIS CASS b. 11/25/1870, m. HATTIE IRENE ADDIS 2/15/1904 in  Dubuque, Ia. res. Mexico, Mo. 2. HELEN MABEL CASS b. 3/17/1877; res. Missoula, Mont.  3. HATTIE HEALY CASS b. 5/12/1879; res. Mexico, Mo.
 vii. EMILY HEALY, b. May 24, 1847, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts139; d. September 05, 1849, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts - age 2y 3 m 12 d139. Cause of Death: Dysentary139
viii. ARTHUR WALDO HEALY, b. June 11, 1850, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; m. MARY ANN HOYE, June 08, 1872; b. February 14, 1851. He was Chief Machinist in Stevens Linen Mills, East  Dudley, for many years. Children:  1. EMILY JANE HEALY b. 1/10/1876; d. 10/27/1881  2. ARTHUR DAVIS HEALY b. 3/9/1881, res. Webster, Mass. 1934  3. GEORGE FRANKLIN HEALY b. 5/19/1884 in Dudley, m. CELIA J. WEIBUST  6/8/1914 in Worcester, Mass. res. Webster, Mass.  3. MARY LOUISE HEALY b. 6/14/1887  4. GERTRUDE HEALY b. 6/24/1889, d. 5/26/1890  5. SAMUEL HEALY b. 4/20/1891  6. HATTIE ZURIAH HEALY b. 9/25/1893
ix. HARRIET MARIA HEALY b. May 10, 1855, d. 1/7/1912 unmarried.
 
 

28.  DAVID6 HEALY (NATHANIEL5, NATHANIEL4, JOSHUA3, NATHANIEL2, WILLIAM1) was born October 14, 1788 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts237  Christened: January 17, 1795, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts237, and died November 11, 1820 (bitten by a hog) in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts - age 33 y237.  He married POLLY HARWOOD Abt. 1813237, daughter of ELISHA HARWOOD.  She was born  in Charlton, Franklin Co., Massachusetts, of Holland, and died of lung fever December 25, 1844 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts - age 67

Children of DAVID HEALY and POLLY HARWOOD are:
 i. LUTHER7 HEALY, b. January 03, 1814, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts239; d. January 01, 1833, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts - age 19239.  Burial: Old Cemetary, Dudley Center, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts239
ii. NATHANIEL HEALY, b. May 21, 1816, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts239; d. of Philo, Illinois; m. ANGELINE COLE, July 04, 1846.
iii. CHANDLER HEALY, b. June 26, 1818, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts.  He married AMITY B. MCKINSTRY September 18, 1837 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts and had MARY ANN HEALY, b. August 31, 1838, LUTHER HEALY b. 10/18/1842, LYDIA MARIA HEALY b. 5/20/1847
53. iv. DAVID LYMAN HEALY, b. September 13, 1820, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; d. May 16, 1896, Austin, Nevada.
 

29.  ENOCH6 HEALY (NATHANIEL5, NATHANIEL4, JOSHUA3, NATHANIEL2, WILLIAM1) was born November 08, 1793 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts239, and died September 28, 1840 in Mendon township, Michigan.  He married SUSAN KIDDER Abt. 1818, daughter of JEDEDIAH KIDDER and CHLOE FOSTER.  She was born April 01, 1794 of Wardsborough, Vermont, and died February 28, 1867.  Enoch Healy moved his family to Mendon Township, Mich. in 1839 and died the following year of a prevailing sickness, leaving his wife and children to live in a temporary home, a small log cabin. His only son Nelson assumed the burden of farming the land and making a home for his mother and the younger children.

Children of ENOCH HEALY and SUSAN KIDDER are:
 i. NELSON7 HEALY, b. August 30, 1819, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts239; d. December 01, 1903, Battle Creek, Michigan, m. SUSAN HOWER 3/2/1843 in Parkville, Mich., dau. of Michael and Elizabeth (Lindeman) Hower, b. 6/25/1824 in Bear Lake, Pa., and d. 11/15/1900. Nelson and his wife continued to live in the log cabin with his mother, where their children were born. He built a frame home later with the help of his brother Enoch. They united with the Methodist Episcopal Church but later became Christian Scientists. Children:
1. ALBERT DWIGHT HEALY b. 10/5/1844 in Mendon, m. AMANDA ELLIS 10/16/1872, dau. of William and Susan (Arnold) Ellis, who was b. 12/21/1848 in Covington, Ky. res. Knox, Ind. (and had FANNY ELLIS HEALY b. 8/1/1875 in So. Haven, Mich., m. JAMES H. SPI__ER son of Wm. and Nancy (Hardesty) Spiker, 10/30/1894 in Chicago, who was b. 3/5/1873 in Logan, Ohio.  MYRTLE MINA HEALY b. 3/19/1877 in So. Haven, Mich., married 5/4/1900 in Chicago, FREDERICK FURNEAUX, son of George and Martha Furneaux, who was b. 9/7/1879 in Newport, Ky.)  2. AGATHA TORINGTON HEALY b. 7/30/1846 in Mendon, Mich., m. WILLIAM GIBSON son of John and Elizabeth (DeFrance) Gibson, 11/9/1867 in Three Rivers, Mich., who was b. 8/5/1844 in Pennsylvania and had (WILLIAM WALLACE GIBSON b. 1/3/1871 in Three Rivers, m. JULIA HAGEN 4/22/1900 in Chicago. No children.) 3. ELLIOTT HOWER HEALY b. 7/26/1848 in Mendon, m. MATILDA BOWERSOX 11/14/1867 in Kalamazoo, Mich., dau. of Peter and Martha (Decker) Bowersox, who was b. 2/12/1848 in Union Co., Pa. (Children: NELSON KIDDER HEALY b. 7/11/1868 in Three Rivers; married 1st in St. Louis, Mo., 1903, MARY FRANCES BARNARD, dau. of John and Nancy (Reynolds) Barnard, who was b. 10/25/1881 in Miller Co., Mo.;  m. 2nd?; m. 3rd CONSTANCE MILLNER 2/3/1908 in Clayton, Mo., dau. of Daniel and Mary (Clark) Millner, who was b. 12/16/1908 in Mt. Vernon, Illinois.  CORA ESTELLA HEALY b. 3/21/1872 in Three Rivers, m. WILLIAM McNUTT  2/18/1895 in Reno Co., Kan., son of Dr. Jas. and Mary Elizabeth (Ward) McNutt, who was b. 11/24/1860 in Linden, Ind. No children) 4. MINA ADELIA HEALY b. 8/15/1850, was unmarried  5. CARLESTRA A. HEALY b. 7/29/1852, d. 1/3/1858; buried in Parkville.  6. THERON LINDEMAN HEALY b. 3/26/1855, d. 6/12/1914 unmarried in Battle Creek.  7. LYDA ELIZABETH HEALY b. 3/18/1857, d. 4/5/1865, buried in Parkville.
 ii. SUSAN HEALY, b. August 04, 1821, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts239; d. September 06, 1886, Factoryville, Michigan, married HENRY FHEDENBURG 8/11/1846 in Mendon, Mich., son of John and Catherine Bethia Fredenburg, who was b. 6/11/1819 in Kinderlook, N.Y. and d. 4/1/1903 in Factoryville, aged 83.  She was a teacher in the district schools. Had; CATHERINE BETHIA FREDENBURG b. 12/22/1848 near Three Rivers, Mich., married DUANE PECK 12/17/1865 in Leonides, Mich., son of Isaac and Abigail (Watkins) Peck, who was b. 8/29/1848 in Naples, N.Y., married 2nd, 6/8/1873, Leonides, EUGENE WOODWORTH, son of Bradley and Almira (Drake) Woodworth.
AMELIA A. FREDENBURG b. 11/16/1851 in Factoryville, d. 1/1/1915; married D.W.B. DURFEE 11/25/1880 in Waukeshma, Mich., son of Earl and Esther (Palmer) Durfee, who was b. in Leonides, Mich.  WILLIAM HERBERT FREDENBURG b. 8/4/1855 in Factoryville, m. JULIA
WRIGHT 5/21/1878 in Marshall, Mich., dau. of Franklin and Amanda (Blodgett) Wright, who was b. 2/10/18_9 in Marshall and d. 2/11/1890 in Sherwood; m. 2nd JENNIE NICHOLS  7/21/1894 in Leonides, Mich., dau. of Jacob and Esther (Wilcox) Richards, who was b. 9/6/1854 in Madison, Mich.  ARTHUR FREDENBURG b. 5/25/1858 in Factoryville, m. EDNA GORSLINE 10/22/1880 in East Leroy, Mich., dau. of Charles and Nancy (Roe) Goreline, who was b.  2/2/1858 in Waukeshma, Mich.  EVA MAY FREDENBURG b. 7/25/1860 in Factoryville, m. CALVIN C. HOFF 6/8/1886 in Union City, Mich., son of John and Eliza (Montana) Hoff, who was b. 10/4/1859 Mich.  FAY FREDENBURG b. 7/28/1867 in Factoryville, m. MARY NICHOLS 4/2/1892 in Mendon, Mich., dau. of Francis and J__nni (Richard?) Nichols, who was b. 9/12/1874 in Sherwood, Mich.
 iii. AGATHA TORRINGTON HEALY, b. October 13, 1824, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts239.
 iv. ENOCH HEALY, b. October 06, 1828, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts239.
 

30.  CALEB6 HEALY (NATHANIEL5, NATHANIEL4, JOSHUA3, NATHANIEL2, WILLIAM1) was born October 11, 1801 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts239, and died of Southbridge, Worcester Co., Massachusetts?.  He married DOLLY MASON.  She was born September 09, 1801, and died July 08, 1877 in Woodstock, Windham Co., Connecticut. Burial: New Cemetary, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts239

Child of CALEB HEALY and DOLLY MASON is:
 i. SAMUEL7 HEALY, b. April 17, 1826, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts239; d. October 27, 1904, Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; m. NANCY MASON HARDING, October 21, 1851; b. June 07, 1825, of Southbridge, Worcester Co., Massachusetts.
Children; FREDERICK EARDLEY HEALY b. 9/23/1856; m. LILLIS E. WHITTIER 8/12/1884, who was b. 11/7/1862 in Enfield, N.H. Res. Concord, N.H.  (and had LILLIS ETHEL HEALY b. 9/27/1886 in Canterbury, N.H.; unmarried 1914)  MYRA C. HEALY b. 6/8/1860; teacher, res. New York City.   ELBRIDGE MASON HEALY b. 3/27/1863; m. EMELINE ELIZABETH GARABRANT  6/7/1887; Res. Bloomfield, N.J;
storekeeper (had; EDWIN SAMUEL HEALY b. 10/10/1889 in Bloomfield, N.J., married 5/22/1912 in Bloomfield, N.J., BERYL L. KING. He was a Civil  Engineer; res. Salt Lake City, Utah. No children.  WILBERT MASON HEALY b. 12/14/1901)  EDGAR SAMUEL HEALY b. 6/17/1865; unmarried. 1913; res. Los Angeles, Cal.   WILBERT CALEB HEALY b. 7/1/1867; m. ADA CONVERSE of Worcester, Mass.,  4/20/1898; Res. Perth Amboy, N.J. No children.
 

31.  GEORGE6 HEALY (STEPHEN5, NATHANIEL4, JOSHUA3, NATHANIEL2, WILLIAM1) was born June 05, 1805 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts239.  He married OPHELIA EDWARDS Abt. 1826239.

Children of GEORGE HEALY and OPHELIA EDWARDS are:
 i. CAROLINE SOPHIA7 HEALY, b. April 30, 1830, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts239.
 ii. HANNAH JANE HEALY, b. October 30, 1827, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts239.
 iii. MARY EDWARDS HEALY, b. June 18, 1833, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts239.
 iv. OPHELIA HEALY, b. August 28, 1846, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts239.
 

32.  JOSHUA6 HEALY (STEPHEN5, NATHANIEL4, JOSHUA3, NATHANIEL2, WILLIAM1) was born November 03, 1784 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts239.  He married ALICE HOWLETT Abt. 1823239.

Children of JOSHUA HEALY and ALICE HOWLETT are:
 i. EMILY BASTOW7 HEALY, b. June 24, 1827, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts239.
 ii. HENRIETTA HEALY, b. June 28, 1830, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts239; d. April 21, 1832, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts - a 1 y 10 m239. Burial: Old Cemetary, Dudley Center, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts239
 iii. HENRIETTA SUMNER HEALY, b. February 09, 1825, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts239; d. September 26, 1826, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts - 1 y 7 m239.
Burial: Old Cemetary, Dudley Center, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts239
 

33.  WILLIAM6 HEALY (WILLIAM5, NATHANIEL4, JOSHUA3, NATHANIEL2, WILLIAM1) was born February 26, 1791 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts239, 2366, and died April 12, 1862 in Southbridge, Worcester Co., Massachusetts.  He married SOPHIA DAVIS October 19, 1815 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts239.  SOPHIA DAVIS: Cause of Death: consumption239.

Child of WILLIAM HEALY and SOPHIA DAVIS is:
 i. WILLIAM HENRY7 HEALY, b. September 11, 1820, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts, baptised September 28, 1821, by Mr. Park in Southbridge, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; d. June 01, 1895, Bristol, Illinois; m. (1) DIANTHA LYON, May 16, 1848; b. December 21, 1822; d. October 26, 1867; m. (2) LOUISA, March 16, 1871; b. November 06, 1826, Southbridge, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; d. March 16, 1891. He was born on the Healy homestead and resided in Dudley, Southbridge, and Wilbraham, Mass. He was a hotel keeper at Southbridge, Woodstock, and Dudley. He taught school and also singing, being a very fine singer himself. He was an active and efficient business man, popular and well respected; socially entertaining, and fond of mirth and humor.  After his father's death he removed to Globe Village, Southbridge, where he kept a boarding house.  Children; 1. SOPHIA DAVIS HEALY b. 3/20/1849 in Globe Village, Mass., d. 3/1927 in Denver, Col.; m. CHARLES R. ELLICT 1/16/1871, an engineer.  3. WILLIAM HENRY HEALY  b. 8/19/1853 in Globe Village, Mass., died 5/29/1927; m. ELIZABETH L. PALMER 2/13/1879 who was b. 2/22/1860 in Aurora, Ill., dau. of Gordon and Betsy (Kelley) Palmer, and died 3/16/1930. He was a dealer in farming machinery in Yorkville, Ill.  Both are buried in Riverside Cemetery, Montgomery, Ill.  4. ARTHUR NEWTON REALY b. 4/3/1856 in Bristol, Ill., d. 6/11/1929; married JENNIE E. PALMER 1/12/1882, dau. of Gordon and Betsy (Kelley) Palmer, who was b. 2/23/1862.  5. GEORGE B. HEALY b. 5/8/1858 in Bristol Township, Ill., d. 11/23/1926; married ELLA JANE WILIE 3/6/1889, dau. of Jas. Wylie, Sugar Grove, Ill., who was b. 11/23/1869.  6. HATTIE AMELIA HEALY b. 5/25/1860 in Bristol, Ill., d. 4/26/1907 in Yorkville, Ill., m. DANIEL F. PALMER 3/14/1882.  7. FRANK SIEGEL HEALY b. 8/18/1863 in Bristol Township, d. 2/22/1924; married 5/5/1885 LITTA BOYD, dau. of John and Sarah Boyd in Aurora, Ill., who was b. 4/15/1867 and d. 1/17/1933.  8. MINNIE MAY HEALY b. 6/7/1865, d. 1/27/1881 and is buried in Oak Grove Cemetery Bristol.
ii. ALBERT A. HEALY, b. January 23, 1824; d. August 23, 1825, Southbridge, Worcester Co., Massachusetts.
 iii. LUCIUS MALTBY HEALY, b. November 06, 1826, Southbridge, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; d. December 31, 1916, Red Lake Fall?, Minnesota; m. (1) AMELIA BOOMER; b. August 10, 1829, of Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts; d. May 03, 1860, Bristol, Illinois; m. (2) JANE A. SHEPARD, October 17, 1861, Bristol, Illinois; b. February 22, 1829, of Southbridge, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; d. March 18, 1873, Cannon City, Minnesota.  Lucius Maltby Healy was a bridge builder and during the Civil War assisted in rebuilding many bridges destroyed by the Confederates  in Missouri, Georgia, Tennessee, and Alabama. He saw the Union grow from eleven states to forty; was a Republican and a Baptist, and was honored by being sent to the Legislature from Rice County in 1874-75. He was the oldest resident of Red Lake Falls at the time of his death and was familiarly known as Grandpa Healy. His children were; 1. EMMA AMELIA HEALY b. 3/2/1851 in Southbridge, Mass., d. 4/15/1884 in Cannon City, Minn.; m. JOE A. KOONS, 5/28/1875 of Faribault, Minn., who was born 4/1850 in Pennsylvania. Res. Dundas, Minn. No children.  2. EDWARD LUCIUS HEALY b. 6/28/1852 in Southbridge, m. JEANETTE STRUTHERS 11/1/1877, dau. of James Struthers of Montreal, who was b. 3/6/1853 in Huntingdon,  Quebec res. Red Lake Falls, Minn.  3. CHARLES EBENEZER HEALY b. 12/30/1855 in Bristol, Ill., d. 4/3/1885 near Missoula, where he was killed when he fell from a trestle on the N. Pacific RR. He was construction foreman of the bridge; m. ANNA MAY FISCHELL 10/31/1882, dau. of Emery and Jane (Smith) Fischell, who was b. 12/15/1859 in Bristol, Ill. His widow m. Aaron Boomer and lived in Bristol in 1912.  4. FRED MARTIN HEALY b. 7/12/1858 in Bristol, Ill., d. 8/16/1913 in Marshall, Minn. married CAROLINE LOUISE STRUTHERS 2/3/1887, dau. of James and Margaret (McDonald) Struthers of Whitewater, Wisc., b. 2/28/1861 in Cannon City, Minn. Fred and his son Charles owned a general store in Marshall in 1912.  5. LIZZIE JANE HEALY b. 10/22/1862 in Bristol, d. 7/22/1876 in Faribault, Minn.  6. HARRY SHEPHERD HEALY b. 1/4/1868 in Aurora, d. 1/10/1873 in Cannon City, Minn.
 iv. SOPHIA DAVIS HEALY, b. December 30, 1828, Southbridge, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; d. September 12, 1890, Elgin, Illinois; m. EDWARD A. PRATT, June 12, 1849; b. January 31, 1827, of Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; d. 1880, Chicago, Cook Co., Illinois. He was a trader and woolen manufacturer in Dudley; engaging in the Lumber business later in Chicago. Children: 1. EMMA SOPHIA PRATT b. 5/15/1850, d. 9/8/1854.  2. WILLIAM HEALY PRATT b. 6/6/1852 in Bristol, m. ADDA H. KELLY of Grand Detcur, Ill. 1/20/1880 in Franklin Grove, Ill., who was b. 12/16/1855.  Res. De Kalb, Ill. 1912.  3. ALBERT EDWARD PRATT b. 3/11/1855 in Briston, d. 1900 in Dudley, Mass.; married MARTHA HAWKINS and settled in Dudley.  4. ANNA MAYO PRATT b. 11/27/1859 in Bristol, m. FRANK KANSGEN, Cirarron, Cal.  5. LUCIUS HENRY PRATT b. 1/8/1863 in Bristol, m. MARTHA COMBS 12/16/1896 who was b. 1/30/1863 in St. Johns, Newfoundland. Res. Rochelle, 1920
 

34.  DANIEL LYON6 HEALY (WILLIAM5, NATHANIEL4, JOSHUA3, NATHANIEL2, WILLIAM1)240 was born December 26, 1792 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts241 Christened: October 05, 1800, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts243, and died May 14, 1850 in Moscow, Iowa.  He married TRIPHENA KIDDER February 02, 1817, daughter of JEDEDIAH KIDDER and CHLOE FOSTER.  She was born October 03, 1791 in Wardsborough, Vermont, and died July 07, 1861 in Moscow, Iowa. She was a descendant of James Kidder of England; of Cambridge, Mass. 1649, and later Ipswich.  Daniel Lyon Healy was born on the Deacon William Healy homestead in Dudley where he lived as a boy. When a young man he taught school in Dudley. After his marriage he kept the Old Black Horse Tavern in the village, which was directly opposite the Conant Memorial Church. Stages made the Tavern their stopping place,  which, with its ballroom, was a feature of Dudley social life. It was originally called The Black Tavern for the very good reason that its color was black. Its owner, with Yankee shrewdness, had discovered that black paint wore longer than any other color.  He made several changes after giving up the Tavern, and in the spring of 1838  prepared to move his family of seven growing boys and one girl to Cedar County, Muscatine, Iowa on the Mississippi River, which was a considerable task before the days of railroads. From Southbridge, Mass., they went to Providence, R.I. and from there to New York City by boat; up the Hudson River to Albany; thence through the Erie Canal to Buffalo; on to Cincinnati; down the Chio River and up the Mississippi  to Muscatine, where the household goods and personal belongings they managed to take with them were moved by team to their new home.

Children of DANIEL HEALY and TRIPHENA KIDDER are:
 i. WILLIAM KIDDER7 HEALY, b. November 11, 1817, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts243; d. August 28, 1842, Moscow, Iowa; m. (1) ZELINDA PARSONS, September 1839; d. in childbed October 28, 1840; m. (2) CAKES, November 1841.
 ii. DANIEL DWIGHT HEALY, b. December 26, 1818, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts243; d. July 20, 1832, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts - age 13 y 7 m243.  Burial: New Cemetary, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts243
 iii. CHESTER FRANKLIN HEALY, b. November 20, 1820, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts243; d. October 17, 1886, Moscow, Iowa; m. (1) POLLY ANN RUGHES, August 11, 1841; b. April 25, 1819; d. May 01, 1851; m. (2) ELIZABETH A. CONANT, October 03, 1853; b. October 18, 1828, Southbridge, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; d. June 02, 1867, Moscow, Iowa; m. (3) LOUISA C. COPELAND, September 11, 1868; b. May 23, 1828, Cadiz, Ohio; d. November 18, 1922. Children include; 1. WILLIAM JACKSON HEALY b. 10/15/1842, d. 9/9/1845
2. SARAH MELVINA HEALY b. 9/22/1844, d. 9/18/1845  3. ELIZABETH MELVINA HEALY b. 10/21/1847, d. 12/16/1875 in Santa Clara Co.,
 Cal. age 28; m. MATHEW DANIEL GREEN 10/22/1862 and had WILLIAM DANIEL GREEN b. 4/25/1875; m. NORA WOODLAND PIERCE of Gloucester Co., Pa., 4/19/1911.  3. DANIEL LYON HEALY b. 1/15/1850, m. HARRIET AUGUSTA MILES 4/27/1884 in Visalia, Cal., who was b. 2/28/1852 in Healdsburg, Cal. and had KATHERINE A. HEALY b. 8/22/1885 in Hanford, Cal., d. at birth of 2nd child; m. J. E. HILL 10/1908 in Berkeley, Cal.; Res. S.F.  FLORA E. HEALY b. 10/21/1887 in Hanford, Cal., m. JOS. S. COURREGES 4/11/1909 in Berkeley, Cal. He was in the exporting business.
4. ALBERT FRANCIS HEALY b. 1/4/1855, d. 9/24/1869, age 14  5. LUCIUS CHESTER HEALY b. 8/7/1860 was a farmer in Moscow, Ia.; unm. 1914   6. ABBIE CONANT HEALY b. 11/12/1862, d. 5/6/1886, age 24  7. JENNIE ESTELIA HEALY b. 4/7/1865 in Moscow, d. 1/10/1921 age 60, married 3/18/1885 WILLIAM RUSSEIL SPEER son of Thomas R. and Martha (Russell) Speer. He d. 10/4/1897, age 36 and is buried in Healy Cemetery, Moscow. Jennie went to live with her unmarried brother Lucius on his farm near Moscow. They had; HARRY RUSSELL SPEER b. 5/5/1886, d. 8/13/1886 and LULA MAY SPEER b. 7/8/1897, d. unmarried 6/16/1919.
8. GEORGE ADAMS HEALY b. 4/23/1867 in Moscow, d. 1/24/1934, age 66; married 4/8/1881, ELNORA HIRSCHMAN, dau. of John and Didemma (Heddleston) Hirschman, who was b. 1/9/1868 in Moscow. They had; GLENN GEORGE HEALY b. 2/7/1892 in Moscow, m. HATTIE MYRTLE LINN, dau. of William and Mary Linn, who was b. 11/4/1889 near Spfld., Ia. Res.Moscow.  MABEL IRENE HEALY b. 7/21/1896 in Moscow, m. ALBERT MAURER 6/7/1916 who was b. 12/19/1893 in Whitten Jct., Ia., a farmer near W.Liberty, Ia.  ERMA ELIZABETH HEALY b. 6/5/1900, d. 6/21/1900)  ERNEST RAYMOND HEALY b. 6/5/1900, d.12/29/1900)  VERA HEALY b. 2/19/1902, d. 2/23/1902  LEO CLARENCE HEALY b. 4/25/1904
9. CHARLES COPELAND HEALY b. 4/14/1872, d. unm. 3/22/1913 in Moscow, Ia.
54. iv. ABIEL LYON HEALY, b. July 22, 1822, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; of Iowa; d. February 25, 1894, Wilton, Iowa.
 v. EDWIN HEALY, b. April 09, 1826, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts243.
 vi. HENRY HEALY, b. Abt. 1828, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts243  Christened: May 04, 1828, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts243; d. June 23, 1832, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts - 4 y 4 d243. Burial: Old Cemetary, Dudley Center, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts243
vii. HEZEKIAH HEALY, b. September 07, 1829, near Woodstock, Windham Co., Connecticut; d. July 22, 1894, Colfax, California; m. AMY BAGLEY, May 16, 1855, Tipton, Iowa; b. March 06, 1830, Athens Co., Ohio; d. April 04, 1891, St. Helena, California. Amy Bagley was the dau. of William and Lois (Loveland) Bagley. Lois Loveland  was b. in Oxford, Conn. 5/11/1793, a descendant of Treat Loveland. Hezekiah Healy was seven or eight years old when they moved west and he remembered many incidents of their trip. He related one, how the stove pipe to the  cook's galley on the canal boat was knocked out of position when the cook was busy getting a meal. Evidently he had been reaching for a fork when it happened.  He caught the hot pipe in his hands and kept shifting it from one hand to the other like a hot potato, loudly calling for help, saying: "Somebody give me a fork, give  me a fork, for the Lord's sake won't someone give me a fork."
 

35.  ABIEL6 HEALY (WILLIAM5, NATHANIEL4, JOSHUA3, NATHANIEL2, WILLIAM1) was born September 22, 1802 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts243, and died December 18, 1853 in Dudley, on the Deacon William Healy homestead where he was born, married and raised his family.  He married SALLY DAY October 20, 1825 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts, daughter of JABEZ DAY.  She was born February 13, 1802, and died September 13, 1853.

Children of ABIEL HEALY and SALLY DAY are:
 i. ABIEL7 HEALY, b. April 27, 1827, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts243; d. May 05, 1846, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts - age 19243. Burial: New Cemetary, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts243
 ii. ALBERT DAY HEALY, b. March 13, 1839, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts243; d. December 31, 1852.
iii. HENRY MAY HEALY, b. March 13, 1839, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts243, of Citronelle, Alabama.
 

36. HAMMOND6 HEALY (MOSES5, SAMUEL4, JOSHUA3, NATHANIEL2, WILLIAM1 HEALEY) was born November 24, 1789 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts.  He married SALLY BRADFORD October 19, 1813.  She was of Woodstock, Windham Co., Connecticut and died December 25, 1858.

Children of HAMMOND HEALY and SALLY BRADFORD are:
 i. BENJAMIN BRADFORD7 HEALY, b. March 28, 1816, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts243; d. May 5, 1904 in Seattle, Wash.; m. LUCY MARIA STRATFORD of Smithfield, R.I., 3/4/1845 in Woonsocket, R.I., who was b. 4/20/1824 in Oxford, Mass. and d. 8/8/1908 in Seattle, Wash. Benjamin moved to LaCrosse, Wis. and afterwards to Seattle where he bought a large tract of land. This he sold as the city
grew, and prospered substantially thereby. They had; CHARLES HAMMOND HEALY b. 7/7/1848 in Smithfield, R.I., d. 5/5/1859 in LaCrosse, Wis., aged 11  AGNES BRADFORD HEALY b. 4/4/1860 in Trem??ealeau, Wis., married in LaCrosse, ALFRED HORACE ANDERSON, b. 4/13/1856; d. 4/20/1914, NY City  GERTRUDE STRATFORD HEALY b. 9/8/1863, d. 6/23/1874 in Trempealeau .
 ii. MOSES WALDO HEALY, b. October 01, 1821, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts243; m. MARY L. AMIDON, November 25, 1846, dau. of Rufus and Hannah (Larned) Amidon, who was b. 7/9/1822 and d. 1/20/1917, aged 94 1/2 yrs. They lived on the old homestead of Samuel Healy in Dudley, which was in excellent condition in 1912. 243.   Burial: New Cemetary, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts243.  They had; JOHN BOYDEN HEALY b. 1/1/1850 and d. 8/31/1852  SALLY CORNELIA HEALY b. 6/29/1853, m. FRANK S. WALKER in 1906, who d. 4/17/1912 in Dudley. He was caretaker of the old homestead and Mrs. Moses Waldo Healy resided with them.  ELIZABETH LARNED HEALY b. 11/29/1854, died young.
 iii. SALLY LORETTA HEALY, b. July 13, 1828, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts243; d. January 30, 1831, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts - 2 y 6 m243.Burial: New Cemetary, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts243
 iv. DWIGHT HEALY, b. August 1832, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts243; d. October 22, 1832, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts - age 2 m243.Burial: New Cemetary, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts243
 
 

37.  CLARISSA6 DAVIS (HULDA5 HEALY, SAMUEL4, JOSHUA3, NATHANIEL2, WILLIAM1)244,245 was born January 02, 1792 in Woodstock, Windham Co., Connecticut246,247, and died August 30, 1830 in Thompson, Windham Co., Connecticut248.  She married PEYTON RANDOLPH PHIPPS May 26, 1814 in Thompson, Windham Co., Connecticut or Dudley, Worcester Co., Mass.248,249,250,251, son of JASON PHIPPS and MARY HEALY.
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Generation No. 7

53.  DAVID LYMAN7 HEALY (DAVID6, NATHANIEL5, NATHANIEL4, JOSHUA3, NATHANIEL2, WILLIAM1) was born September 13, 1820 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts393, and died May 16, 1896 in Austin, Nevada.  He married MARY ANN BAILEY December 03, 1845.  She died in Fellon, Nevada.

Children of DAVID HEALY and MARY ANN are:
 i. ALFRED PARKER8 HEALY, b. November 27, 1849, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts393; d. February 19, 1885, Austin, Nevada.
 iii. SARAH ELIZABETH HEALY, b. February 15, 1847, Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts393; d. March 19, 1880, Washington D.C.; m. MOSES S. TOWLE, April 15, 1865, Murphy, California and had; CHARLES EDGAR TOWLE b. 9/14/1857 in Murphy, Cal., ALFRED ALONZO TOWLE b. 9/7/1869 in Austin, Nev., married 6/12/1895, ELIZABETH DUGAN in Reno, Nev.  They had ALICE TOWLE b. 2/1896 in Austin, Neb. and CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH TOWLE b. 4/12/1901 in Carson City, Nev.
MARY ELLA TOWLE b. 12/10/1871 in Hopkinton, Mass., d. 1/22/1903 in Redlands, Cal.
 

54.  ABIEL LYON7 HEALY (DANIEL LYON6, WILLIAM5, NATHANIEL4, JOSHUA3, NATHANIEL2, WILLIAM1)394 was born July 22, 1822 in Dudley, Worcester Co., Massachusetts395, and died February 25, 1894 in Wilton, Iowa.  He married MARY ADAMS October 02, 1842 in Moscow, Iowa.  She was born October 26, 1816 in Sturbridge, Worcester Co., Massachusetts, and died May 25, 1894.

Children of ABIEL HEALY and MARY ADAMS were;

i.  SARAH TRYPHENA HEALY b. August 30, 1843, d. January 1, 1919 in Los Angeles, California, married November 30, 1864 NATHANIEL STORY, in Moscow, who was b. April 7, 1844 in Ohio and died November 19, 1907 in Mitchell, Iowa. They had NETTIE M. STORY b. 8/7/1865 in Fermington Township, Ia., m. 1st VOLMER of Quincy, Ill. 1/21/1892; divorced; m. 2nd JAMES A. McKINZIE 3/5/1910 in Bakersfield, Ohio. Res. Neenach, Col. 1913.  CHARLES F. STORY b. 3/29/1869 in Tipton, Iowa; m. HESSIE E. HADLEY  5/28/1892 who was b. 11/24/1872 near Stuart, Ia.; Res. Whittier, Cal. (Had; HAROLD HADLEY STORY b. 12/22/1893 in Stuart, Ia,  VELMA STORY b. 9/18/1895, d. 10/7/1895,  DONALD GRIFFITH STORY b. 8/25/1896 in Stuart, DAPHENA HEALY STORY b. 2/5/1900)  AUSTIN D. STORY b. 11/1872, d. 8/23/1873 in Tipton, Iowa.  BERTHA H. STORY b. 10/17/1873 in Cedar Co., Iowa, m. JOSEPH A. BERTRAM 11/14/1894 in Guthrie, Iowa, who was b. in Toronto, Canada, 11/30/1870;  Res. Arapaho, Oklahoma (Had; ARTHUR STORY BERTRAM b. 2/21/1896 in Adair Co., Iowa,  OTTO ALFRED BERTRAM b. 7/23/1897 in Guthrie Co., Iowa, BEULAH MAY BERTRAM b. 12/3/1899 in Custer Co., Okla., VELMA NETTIE BERTRAM b. 4/25/1902 in Custer Co., Okla., ESTHER VIOLA BERTRAM b. 9/25/1904 in Custer Co., Okla., FLORENCE SARAH BERTRAM b. 12/21/1908 in Custer Co., Okla. and LUCILE BELLE BERTRAM b. 9/14/1910 in Custer Co., Okla.)
ORRIS L. STORY b. 9/17/1875 in Sigourney, Iowa, d. 1/13/1876,  LINNIE M. STORY b. 12/30/1876 in Keokuk Co., Iowa, married 9/14/1900 AGNES GENEVIEVE NIEKLIN in Osage, Iowa, who was b. 2/12/1874 in Davis Co. Moved to Cal. in 1902 (Had; MARY W. STORY b. 6/27/1901 in Valley Junction, Iowa and ELLIS N. STORY b. 10/16/1904 in Los Angeles, Cal.)  JENNIE A. STORY b. 8/31/1878, d. 1/8/1879,  WILLIAM E. STORY b. 10/19/1880 in Adair Co., Iowa, m. IDA C. WEBER of Cincinnati, O. 11/19/1912 in Senta Ana, Cal. Res. San Pedro, Cal.
ii. MARY ELLEN HEALY b. October 2, 1845 in Muscatine Co., Iowa, d. March 24, 1915, age 68 in Wilton, Iowa, m. SAMUEL H. WISE 11/29/1866, a jeweler, son of Henry and Sophia Wise, who was b. 10/24/1842. They had;  MARY SOPHIA WISE b. 7/18/1868 in Perryville,Mo., m. GEORGE E. ZINN 4/2/1891 in Hominy, Okla.; Res. Prague, Okla. (Had; LEILA PERCILA ZINN b. 1/16/1895 in Chicago, EDNA MAE ZINN b. 6/18/1899, d. 9/22/1909 in Hominy, Okla., ORA ELLEN ZINN b. 1/21/1901 in Elkhart, Ind., GEORGE EDWIN ZINN b. 7/9/1904, d. 11/17/1909 in Hominy)  EDWIN ABIEL WISE b. 1/3/1870 in Wilton, Iowa, m. ALMA FARLIES 6/14/1894; res. Chicago, Ill. 1913. No children.   GEORGE CHESTER WISE b. 4/7/1876, m. ISABELIE AILBEE 12/25/1902. Res. Fairfield,  Iowa. He was Asst. Prof. State University, Salt Lake City, Utah, 1923  and at that time had Major Nathaniel Healy's sword. (Had; GARL SAMUEL WISE b. 11/18/1908 in Salt Lake City, ERNEST ALLBEE WISE b. 8/22/1911 in Muscatine, Iowa)  IDA ELLEN WISE b. 8/21/1879 in Wilton, Iowa, m. PRESTON M. CONANT 10/8/1903,  pastor of the Methodist Episcopal Church, Ainsworth, Iowa, Muscatine Dist, 1913 (had; PRESTON SAMUEL CONANT b. 11/6/1908 in West Burlington, Iowa) SAMUEL AUSTIN WISE b. 5/15/1881 in Wilton, Iowa, m. FLORENCE FORRESTER, 9/3/1906.  He was a jeweler in Mitchell, South Dakota. (Had; EVELYN FORRESTER WISE b. 5/10/1909 in Logansport, Ind.)
iii. CLIFTON DWIGHT HEALY b. January 21, 1848 in Cedar Co., Ia., m. ELIZABETH BROOKS SATTERWAIT  3/10/1870, who was b. 1/22/1849 in Muscatine Co., Ia. and d. 3/15/1885 in Eldorado,  Kan.; m. 2nd MARY M. VAN VALKENBURG 11/11/1887, who was b. 9/24/1855; divorced  3/1901; m. 3rd MARY E. GALLUP 2/24/1903; Res. Eldorado, Kan. 1920; Kan. City, Mo. 1929.  His children; WILLIAM HEALY b. 1/21/1871, d. 1/21/1871, ADDIE RUTH HEALY b. 8/23/1875, m. CLARENCE VINCENT REEDER 12/25/1895 in Eldorado,  Kan., who was b. in Ohio 12/27/1867. Res. Kansas City, Kan.  (Had; EDNA MAE REEDER b. 9/11/1895, FRANCIS ESTHER REEDER b. 10/31/1899,  MANILA ELLENA REEDER b. 8/1/1901, CLARENCE ARTHUR REEDER b. 6/19/1905, EVA FAE REEDER b. 12/23/1908, EDYTH RUTH REEDER b. 8/12/1912) ALMIE ELIZABETH HEALY b. 3/3/1877 in Eldorado, Kan., m. CHARLES EUGENE FOSTER  8/9/1892 in Eldorado, Kan., who was b. 5/28/1868 in Spencer, N.Y; whose family  moved to Eldorado in 1874. (Children; VANETA FOSTER
b. 4/8/1893 in Eldorado, Kan. was a school teacher, CLARENCE LEE FOSTER b. 10/31/1895 in Eldorado, LLOYD EDGAR FOSTER b. 6/18/1898 in Eldorado,  ZAIDA LULU FOSTER b. 12/11/1901 in Eldorado, ZELMA FOSTER  and twin b. 6/24/1912 VELMA FOSTER )  SYDNEY GRACE HEALY b. 10/12/1878, m. WM. C. BOWEN 9/24/1895; b. 7/29/1874 (Had; BESSIE MAE BOWEN b. 3/28/1897 in Eldorado,
Kan. Res. Eldorado, PERRY WILLIAM BOWEN b. 4/1899 in Eldorado, d. 7/22/1902, JOHN LESLIE BOWEN b. 2/22/1901 in Eldorado, LULU GRACE BOWEN b. 1/7/1904 in Leon, Kan.)  LUCRETIA MOTT HEALY b. 1/14/1880; m. JAMES THOMAS HIGBEE 7/2/1906 in  Mo., who was b. 3/6/1868,  JAMES ALFRED HIGBEE b. 6/16/1907, PAUL CECIL HIGBEE b. 4/12/1910, DOROTHY MILDRED HIGBEE b. 3/12/1912)   FRANK CYRUS HEALY b. 12/8/1881, d. 5/24/1909,  CLIFTON ARTHUR HEALY b.  3/9/1885, m. CORA BUELL 2/14/1910; Res. Latham, Kan.  (Had; BEULAH DIMPLE HEALY b. 2/18/1911, CORA OLIVE HEALY b. 6/12/1912, CLIFTON FITZROY HEALY b.  8/9/1913)  ROY GARDNER HEALY b. 4/2/1888, and his sister Vernie, resided in Leon, Kansas  after their parent's divorce; also Oris,   VERNIE EVA HEALY b. 8/31/1891, m. AARON FRANK DICKSON; res. Cal. and Texas 1913 (Had; KERMIT L. DICKSON b. 1909),  ORIS DWIGHT HEALY b. 5/5/1897
iv. ANGELINE ELIZABETH HEALY, b. February 2, 1850, d. May 19, 1850
v.  AUSTIN ADAMS HEALY b. March 17, 1851 in Cedar Co., Iowa, d. November 5, 1928, aged 77; burial  in Lorimor, Iowa; m. SARAH ISABELIE WALIACE 10/17/1872 in Wilton, Iowa., b. 7/26/1855  in Bellefontaine, Ohio and d. 10/30/1894 in Lorimer; m. 2nd LOU LANTRY LAWRENCE,  a widow, 8/17/1904, who was b. 5/27/1876 in Browning, Mo. He joined the Baptist Church at an early age and remained a faithful christian until he died. He was a  member of IOOF Lodge, Milan; occupation jeweler. They had ETHEL ADAMS HEALY b. 5/8/1874 in Blairstown, Iowa, m. CARL W. SHEARER 6/4/1899.  Res. Tulsa, Okla. in 1929 (and had ARLINE ISABEL SHEARER b. 9/1/1900 in Milan, Mo.),  AUSTIN LEO HEALY b. 4/23/1876 in Wilton, Iowa, d. 3/8/1877, ROYAL WALLACE HEALY b. 1/14/1878 in Afton, Iowa; unm. in 1913, was on Coast  Guard Survey, steamer McArthur, Cooke Inlet, Alaska. Res. Seattle 1929,  EDNA EVANGELINE HEALY b. 8/7/1881 in Afton, Iowa; m. HORNER F. SOHOOLING  9/10/1899 in Browning, Mo., who was b. 7/19/1878 in Cora, Mo.; Res. Kansas City, Mo. 1929. (Children; RUSSELI FISHER SCEOOLING B. 8/21/1900 in Milan, Mo.  MAXINE MARGARET SCHOOLING b. 7/5/1905 in Milan, Mo.), DAISY MAY HEALY b. 7/24/1884 in Afton, Iowa, m. HARRY E. LOUGHRAN 12/25/1903 in Milan, Mo., who was b. 3/12/1882 in Butler, Ind. Res. Peru, Ind. No children,  CORA BELLE HEALY b. 12/3/1887 in Afton, Iowa, m. GEORGE R. WOODHOUSE 12/27/1908 in Milan, Mo., b. 3/9/1883 in Cedar Co., Iowa. Res. Vinton, Iowa, 1929 (Had; KEITH WALLACE WOODHOUSE b. 10/7/1909 in New Liberty, Iowa, RANDALL FREDERICK WOODHOUSE b. 12/17/1911), MARY LAURA HEALY b. 4/21/1890 in Afton, Iowa; m. JAMES G. KEMP 7/22/1910 in New Liberty, Iowa. Res. Cedar Rapids, Iowa, 1929 (had; AUDREY KEMP b. 8/12/1911 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa)
vi. WILLIAM LYON HEALY b. 3/23/1853 in Cedar Co., Iowa, d. 12/31/1908 in Eldon, Iowa, aged 55; m. IDA GEORGIA SHEFFER 8/10/1875 in Wilton, Iowa and had FREDERICK LYON HEALY b. 10/26/1876 in Wilton, Iowa; m. MARGARET STEPHENSON 5/2/1899 in Kirkville, Iowa. Res. Kosbkonong, Mo. He was manager of a lumber company; also raised peaches, apples, and strawberries (had; a son died in infancy 9/1900 in Ottumwa, Iowa,  WILLIAM LYCN HEALY b. 1/16/1902 in Ottumwa, Iowa, KATHERINE LOUISE HEALY b. 1/1905 in Des Moines, Iowa)  EMMA M. HEALY b. 9/24/1879 in Eldon, Iowa, m. GEORGE FARBY IRWIN 2/1/1899 in Eldon, Iowa, who was a traveling salesman in hardware. Res. Pittsburg, Kan. (Had; VELMA BIRDINE IRWIN b. 12/16/1901 in Grand Island, Neb. and GEORGE FARBY IRWIN b. 11/29/1911 in Pittsburg, Kan.), CHARLIE HEALY d. 1895, killed by cars on his way home from school.
vii. HARRIET FRANCIS HEALY b. 1/5/1855 near Moscow, Iowa, d. 11/10/1920 in Guthrie, Okla.; married JOHN LEVENRICH 12/24/1872 in Wilton Junction, Iowa, who was born 8/26/1847. They had fifteen children, but only three lived to grow up. They were members of the Methodist Episcopal Church. They had; LAURA MAY LEVENRICH b. 10/4/1873, d. 4/6/1885, WILLIAM FRANCIS LEVENRICH b. 1/30/1876, d. 3/10/1877, JOHN ARTHUR LEVENRICH b. 12/7/1877 in Wilton, Iowa, m. MAUD L. RICHEY 6/3/1903 who was b. 2/7/1882 in Lone Tree, Iowa. He was a merchant (had; RUTH LEVENRICH b. 5/23/1904 in Lone Tree, Iowa and JOHN ARTHUR LEVENRICH b. 12/18/1905 in Lone Tree), CHARLES ANDREW LEVENRICH b. 3/1/1880, d. 4/16/1880, SARAH ANN LEVENRICH b. 4/10/1881 in Wilton, Iowa; m. SAMUEL LEROY TEDFORD 1/10/1912, who was a real estate agent in Guthrie (had; MARY FRANCIS TEDFORD b. 11/4/1912 in Guthrie, Iowa), EDNA CLARA LEVENRICH b. 7/16/1883, d. 3/29/1884,  IDA SILVA LEVENRICH b. 1/18/1885, d. 1/21/1885, MINNIE LEVENRICH b. 3/18/1886, d. 3/20/1886, VERA LEVENRICH b. 4/4/1887, d. 6/15/1887, FREDDY LEVENRICH b. 7/22/1888, d. 10/15/1888, RAY SHERMAN LEVENRICH b. 10/5/1889 in Wilton, Iowa; m. MARY GIESEREGEN in 1908 who was b. 1/1/1893 in Muscatine, Ia. He was a photographer in Guthrie, Ia. (Had; LAWRENCE ARTHUR LEVENRICH b. 12/18/1908 in Muscatine, Ia.,  FRANCIS EDWARD LEVENRICH b. 8/6/1910 in West Liberty, Ia., MARGUERITE MARIE LEVENRICH b. 10/29/1912 in Guthrie, Ia.), FLORENCE ADELINE LEVENRICH b. 1/25/1892, d. 7/29/1892,  GEORGE LEVENRICH b. 12/21/1893, d. 3/9/1894,  BLANCHE LEVENRICH b. 4/21/1895, d. 3/26/1896,  HAROLD LEVENRICH b. 8/7/1897, d. 2/24/1898
viii. HEZEKIAH ABIEL HEALY b. 11/11/1857, d. 2/12/1860 in Cedar Co., Iowa
ix. CLARA MAY HEALY b. 3/19/1859 in Cedar Co., m. GEORGE WILLIAM BALL 9/24/1879, who was b. 11/7/1848 in Wilton. They met at Wilton Baptist College. Res. Guthrie, Okla. and had; BLANCHE REBECCA BALL b. 11/22/1881, m. CHARLES ROSCOE GAFFNEY 4/3/1907, who was b. 3/15/1883. Res. Oklahoma City 1920 (had; OLIVER WILLIAM GAFFNEY b. 4/15/1908 and LOIS MARGARET GAFFNEY b. 3/14/1913),  HATTIE BEILE BALL b. 9/23/1883, died at birth,  EDNA LILLIAN BALL b. 10/3/1889, d. 10/13/1889, EDMUND WILLIAM BALL b. 7/22/1891, d. 10/1/1891, FLOYD ALVIN BALL b. 4/11/1898 in Douglas, Kan., served in World War I
x.  IDA LELIA HEALY b. 6/24/1862 in Cedar Co., d. 11/30/1902 in Provo, Utah, married 10/26/1885 JOHN H. SLATER and had HELEN HEALY b. 9/23/1893 in Traer, Iowa; m. BERT MATSON in Tallahassee, Fla., 11/15/1911, who was b. 8/15/1885 in Belvidere, Neb.; Res. Citronelle, Ala. 1913, HORTENSE HEALY b. 1/26/1903 in Citronells, Ala.


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