Arthur Hathaway
and his wife Sarah Cooke
and Some of Their Descendants
First Seven Generations
Including Information on
Benoni Youen and John King


Direct Lines of Descent from
Immigrant Arthur Hathaway to
John Phineas King Hathaway (1828-1892)


The genealogy of the descendants of Arthur Hathaway is explored in detail in:

Versailles, Elizabeth Starr. Hathaways of America: 1970 Edition. Northampton, Massachusetts: Gazette Printing Company, 1970.

As Arthur Hathaway married a granddaughter of Mayflower passenger Francis Cooke, the first three generations of Hathaways are explored in detail in:

Wood, Ralph V. Jr.. Francis Cooke of the Mayflower: The First Five Generations. Mayflower Families through Five Generations, v. 12. Rockport, Maine: Picton Press, 1996.

I will not attempt to redo their extensive research; On this page I will summarize their conclusions, supplemented with other sources as I have had opportunity to find them.


First Generation

ARTHUR1 HATHAWAY was born at England before 1625 and died at Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts, on 11 December 1711. He married at Plymouth, Plymouth Colony, on 20 November 1652 SARAH COOKE. She was born at Plymouth about 1635, a daughter of John Cooke and his wife Sarah Warren. She died at Dartmouth after 26 February 1712/3.[1]

The first reference to Arthur Hathaway in America, is his name on the Marshfield, Plymouth Colony, section of the August 1643 census of men able to bear arms, that is, between the ages of sixteen and sixty. He voted at Town Meeting in Plymouth on October, 1646, indicating an age of at least twenty-one. Arthur Hathaway was born, probably at England, some time before 1625. He came to America some time before 1643. He first settled at Plymouth, where he married and where his first child was born. The birth of his second child was recorded at Duxbury, Plymouth Colony, in 1655/6. He soon moved to the new town of Dartmouth. There he purchased land as early as 10 December 1661, held office as a Selectman at least eight times between 1664 and 1684, took the Oath of Fidelity on 1684, and the Freeman's Oath on 9 December 1709.

Arthur Hathaway and his wife Sarah Cooke had the following children:

  1. JOHN2 HATHAWAY b. at Plymouth on 17 September 1653.
  2. SARAH2 HATHAWAY b. at Duxbury on 28 February 1655/6.
  3. HANNAH2 HATHAWAY b. at Dartmouth about 1660; d. at Dartmouth between 13 February 1748/9 and 14 March 1748/9 ; m. about 1683 GEORGE CADMAN, b. before 1656, d. at Dartmouth on 24 November 1718.
  4. LYDIA2 HATHAWAY b. at Dartmouth about 1662; d. at Newport, Newport County, Rhode Island, on 23 June 1714; m. at Dartmouth about 1681 JAMES SISSON, d. at Dartmouth between 15 June 1734 and 2 December 1734.
  5. MARY2 HATHAWAY b. at Dartmouth about 1664; d. at Rochester, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, after 6 January 1735 ; m. about 1682 SAMUEL HAMMOND, b. at Yarmouth, Plymouth Colony, about 1656, d. at Rochester between 12 July 1728 and 20 September 1728, child of Benjamin and Mary (Vincent) Hammond.
  6. THOMAS2 HATHAWAY b. at Dartmouth about 1669; d. there on February 1748; m. before 1698 HEPSIBETH STARBUCK, b. at Nantucket on 2 April 1680, d. there on 7 April 1740, child of Nathaniel and Mary (Coffin) Starbuck.
  7. JONATHAN2 HATHAWAY b. at Dartmouth about 1671-2; d. at Dartmouth on 17 September 1727; m. at Darmouth on 31 December 1701 SUSANNA POPE, b. at Dartmouth on 31 July 1681, d. there on 5 February 1760, child of Seth and Deborah (Perry) Pope.


The Settlement of Plymouth Colony

Plymouth Colony was settled by towns, in the following manner: (1) The Colony purchased land from the Indians; (2) The colony granted to a group of persons, "proprietors," the rights to settle that land; (3) The proprietors would either settle the land or sell their rights to others who would settle; (4) the Town would be incorporated. With the passage of time, and increase of population, many towns would be subdivided into smaller towns. This first map shows the original Towns of Plymouth Colony:

The following map shows the subdivision of the three Towns most important to this line of Hathaway family history, Plymouth, Dartmouth and Rochester, into smaller Towns.

Towns formed from Plymouth. Dartmouth, and Rochester:

1. Plymouth, 1620
2. Dartmouth, 1666
3. Rochester, 1686
4. Plympton from Plymouth, 1707
5. Kingston from Plymouth, 1726
6. Wareham from Plymouth and Rochester, 1739
7. New Bedford from Dartmouth, 1787
8. Westport from Dartmouth, 1787
9. Carver from Plympton, 1790
10. Fairhaven from New Bedford, 1812
11. Marion from Rochester, 1852
12. Mattapoisett from Rochester, 1857
13. Acushnet from Fairhaven, 1860


Second Generation

JOHN2 HATHAWAY (Arthur1) was born at Plymouth on 17 September 1653 a son of Arthur Hathaway and his wife Sarah Cooke, and died at Dartmouth between 11 July and 18 August 1732. He married first at Dartmouth on 15 March 1682/3 JOANNA POPE. She was born at Plymouth about 1655 , a daughter of Thomas Pope and his wife Sarah Jenney. She died at Dartmouth on 25 December 1695. He married second at Dartmouth on 29 September 1696 PATIENCE HUNNEWELL. She was born at Scarborough, Cumberland County, Maine about 1674, a daughter of Richard Hunnewell and his wife Elizabeth Stover. She died after 11 July 1732.

John Hathaway lived out most of his life in the Town of Dartmouth. His first wife, Joanna, died at the age of thirty-seven, leaving John, age forty-two, with children ages eleven, nine, seven, five, two, and one. In nine months he married again, and had ten more children.[2]

John Hathaway's first wife, Joanna Pope, belonged to another family that moved to Dartmouth in its earlies days. When she was about eighteen years old, King Phillip's War broke out. The Indians attacked the frontier town of Dartmouth, killing two of Joanna's brothers and one sister-in-law, before they could reach the security of a garrison house. Everyone, including the remaining Popes and the Hathaways, left Dartmouth, returning in a few years to rebuild.

When John Hathaway married his second wife, Patience Hunnewell, he was forty-three, she twenty-two. She probably came from Scarborough, in the District of Maine. By the time Patience gave birth to her tenth child, she was forty-three, John was sixty-three. All sixteen children lived to adulthood, and fourteen married.

In 1708, when a Congregational Church was organized in Dartmouth, John Hathaway was one of eighty-six persons petitioning the Province against paying the church tax. John was probably a member of the Society of Friends, which had organized its first meeting in Dartmouth in 1699.

John Hathaway and his first wife Joanna Pope had the following children:

  1. SARAH3 HATHAWAY b. at Dartmouth on 24 February 1683/4; d. there between 1736 and 1744; m. there on 11 October 1709 JOHN CANNON, b. on 17 August 1685, d. at Dartmouth on 28 March 1750; he m(2) at Dartmouth on 27 September 1744 MARY LANDERS. Mary (Landers) Cannon m(2). at Dartmouth on 15 November 1753 SAMUEL PECKHAM.
  2. JOANNA3 HATHAWAY b. at Dartmouth on 28 January 1685/6; d. there on 16 March 1749/50; m. about 1711 NATHANIEL BLACKWELL, b. at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Plymouth Colony, on 27 December 1786, d. at Dartmouth between 26 August 1756 and 9 June 1759, child of John and Sarah (Warren) Blackwell. Nathaniel Blackwell m(2). at Dartmouth on 28 May 1752 ELIZABETH (________) TRIPP
  3. JOHN3 HATHAWAY b. at Dartmouth on 18 March 1687/8; d. there between 20 December 1738 and 20 November 1739; m. at Sandwich on 18 November 1714 ALICE LANDERS, b. at Sandwich on 15 April 1687, d. at Dartmouth after 29 April 1741, child of John and Rachel (Freeman) Landers.
  4. ARTHUR3 HATHAWAY b. at Dartmouth on 3 April 1690.
  5. HANNAH3 HATHAWAY b. at Dartmouth on 16 February 1692/3; d. at Freetown, Bristol County, after 1 February 1772; m. at Freetown on 28 September 1720/1 MATTHEW BOOMER, b. at Freetown on 29 September 1689, d. there after 1734.
  6. MARY3 HATHAWAY b. at Dartmouth on 4 June 1694; d. at North Kingstown, Washington County, Rhode Island, between 1737 and 1754; m. at Dartmouth between 1714 and 1716 GEORGE DOUGLAS, d. at North Kingstown on 1754.

John Hathaway and his second wife Patience Hunnewell had the following children:

  1. JONATHAN3 HATHAWAY b. at Dartmouth on 23 June 1697; d. there on 11 May 1759; m. at Sandwich on 15 June 1721 ABIGAIL NYE, b. at Sandwich on 2 May 1702, d. at Dartmouth on 30 December 1776, child of Jonathan and Patience (Burgess) Nye.
  2. RICHARD3 HATHAWAY b. at Dartmouth on 21 May 1699; d. there after 13 August 1781 ; m. at Dartmouth on 1 April 1725 DEBORAH DOTY, b. at Rochester on 29 July 1702, d. at Dartmouth after 21 August 1760, child of Theophilus and Ruth Doty.
  3. THOMAS3 HATHAWAY b. at Dartmouth on 5 February 1700/1; d. there before 11 July 1732.
  4. HUNNEWELL3 HATHAWAY b. at Dartmouth on 21 April 1703; d.there on 1772; m. at Nantucket on 5 October 1731 MARY WORTH, b. at Woodbridge, Middlesex County, New Jersey, on 28 April 1711, d. at Dartmouth after 23 December 1773.
  5. ABIAH3 HATHAWAY b. at Dartmouth on 21 October 1705; d. there after 21 February 1757; m. at Dartmouth on 3 April 1735 MARY TABER, b. at Dartmouth on 25 February 1709/10, d. there after 16 May 1755, child of Philip and Margaret (Wood) Taber.
  6. ELIZABETH3 HATHAWAY b. at Dartmouth on 6 May 1708; d. between 8 July 1759 and 6 May 1760.
  7. PATIENCE3 HATHAWAY b. at Dartmouth on 27 April 1710; d. at New Jersey after 1780; m. at Dartmouth on 10 December 1730 RUBEN PECKHAM, b. at Dartmouth on 15 July 1709, d. at New Jersey after 1780.
  8. BENJAMIN3 HATHAWAY b. at Dartmouth on 10 January 1712 ; d. between 21 January 1785 and 5 May 1789 ; m(1). at Dartmouth on 29 March 1736 ELIZABETH RICHMOND, b. at Little Compton, Bristol County, on 16 April 1718, d. at Dartmouth on 16 July 1747, child of Benjamin and Mary Richmond; he m(2). at Portsmouth, Newport County, on 10 April 1750 MARY HICKS b. at Portsmouth on 14 April 1711, d. at Dartmouth before 21 January 1785, child of Thomas and Ann (Clark) Hicks.
  9. JAMES3 HATHAWAY b. at Dartmouth on 24 January 1713/4; d. at Sussex County, Delaware, on 1765; m. at Delaware on 1739 AGNES BURTON, d. at Sussex County before 9 February 1784.
  10. EBENEZER3 HATHAWAY b. at Dartmouth on 12 May 1717; d. there before 5 September 1759; m. there on 10 September 1741 RUTH HATCH, b. at Rochester on 23 June 1719, d. at Hardwick, Worcester County, Massachusetts, on 31 May 1789, child of Ezekiel and Ruth (Church) Hatch.


Third Generation

ARTHUR HATHAWAY (John2, Arthur1) was born at Dartmouth, on 3 April 1690 a son of John Hathaway and his first wife Joanna Pope, and died at Rochester between 1759 and 5 June 1778. He married first about 1711 perhaps MARIA LUCE. She was born about 1690 and died at Dartmouth before 1 December 1718. He married second at Rochester on 1 December 1718 MERINAH YOUEN. A daughter of Benoni and Deborah Youen, she died at Rochester on 6 June 1733.[3]

When Arthur was five years old, his mother died. When he was six, his father remarried, and a large number of half-siblings followed. Arthur was the fourth of sixteen children of his father, all living to adulthood. They all grew up in Dartmouth.

According to Hathaways of America, Arthur Hathaway's first wife was Maria Luce. However, Mayflower Families finds no evidence to support that claim, and leaver her nameless.

Arthur married his first wife probably by the time he was twenty-one, as that was his age at the birth of his first child. Sometime between the birth of his second child, in 1713, and his marriage to his second wife, in 1718, Arthur's first wife had died, and he had moved to Rochester.

Arthur Hathaway had a total of at least seven children. One died at the age of two; three grew up and married; we have no further information on the other three. Arthur's second wife died when he was forty-three.

The name of Arthur Hathaway appeared on a list of Quakers of Wareham, Plymouth County, 26 October 1759. On 5 June 1778 he was referred to as deceased on a deed. Sometime in that span of nineteen years Arthur died.

Arthur Hathaway and his first wife, perhaps Maria Luce, had the following children:

  1. SIMON4 HATHAWAY b. at Dartmouth on 26 December 1711.
  2. JOANNA4 HATHAWAY b. at Dartmouth on 5 November 1713.

Arthur Hathaway and his second wife Merinah Youen had the following children:

  1. SALATHIEL4 HATHAWAY b. at Rochester on 1 May 1719; d. at Wareham on 27 August 1791; m. at Rochester on 29 September 1745 DELIVERANCE GRIFFITH, b. at Rochester on 29 September 1721, child of Jeremiah and Mary Griffith.
  2. LORUHOMER4 HATHAWAY b. at Rochester on 6 December 1721.
  3. BENONI4 HATHAWAY b. at Rochester on 20 April 1724; d. there on 6 July 1726.
  4. MARY4 HATHAWAY b. at Rochester on 28 April 1726.
  5. THOMAS4 HATHAWAY b. at Rochester on 12 August 1731.


Fourth Generation

SIMON4 HATHAWAY (Arthur3, John2, Arthur1) was born at Dartmouth, on 26 December 1711, a son of Arthur Hathaway and his first wife Maria Luce, and died at Rochester on 20 March 1790. He married at Rochester on 17 September 1736 HANNAH CLIFTON. She was born at Rochester on 21 June 1717, a daughter of Savory Clifton and his wife Dorothy Burgess. She died before 31 May 1808.[4]

Simon was the eldest child of Arthur Hathaway. By the time Simon was six years old, his mother had died, his family had moved to Rochester, and his father remarried.

In 1739 the Town of Wareham was created from the southern portion of Plymouth and the southeast portion of Rochester. The births of Simon's children, except for the last, were recorded at Wareham. So probably Simon lived in that portion of Rochester that was incorporated into Wareham.

Simon Hathaway and Hannah Clifton married at Rochester when he was twenty-four and she was nineteen. Hannah was born at Rochester, the eleventh of eleven children. Her mother was forty-six years old when she was born.

Simon was reported as a member of the Society of Friends in Wareham on 26 October 1759.

Simon and Hannah had eight children, all of whom lived to adulthood. Three of their five daughters never married.

Simon Hathaway and his wife Hannah Clifton had the following children:

  1. SAVORY5 HATHAWAY b. at Wareham on 26 July 1739.
  2. DAVID5 HATHAWAY b. at Wareham on 15 October 1744; d. at Rochester on 8 May 1837; m(1). at Wareham on 2 December 1770 PRISCILLA HILLER, b. at Rochester on 6 June 1752, child of Benjamin and Priscilla Hiller; m(2). at Wareham on 1 May 1797 DELIVERANCE ATWOOD.
  3. REBECCA5 HATHAWAY d. at Rochester on 29 January 1790; m. at Rochester on 8 January 1761 JOSEPH WING b. at Rochester on 21 October 1740, d. there on 30 August 1810.
  4. JOANNA5 HATHAWAY b. at Wareham on 29 April 1749; d. at Rochester on 6 December 1821.
  5. DOROTHY5 HATHAWAY b. at Wareham on 29 April 1749; d. at Rochester on 14 October 1838.
  6. SIMON5 HATHAWAY b. at Wareham on 20 April 1752; d. at Rochester on 10 April 1799; m. at Rochester on 13 February 1783 EUNICE WING, b. at Rochester on 13 January 1762, d. on 24 August 1848, child of Shubel and Beulah Wing.
  7. HASSADIAH5 HATHAWAY b. about 1763-4; d. at Wareham on 26 September 1791.
  8. MARY5 HATHAWAY b. at Rochester about 1770-1; d. at Rochester on 14 June 1835.


THOMAS4 HATHAWAY (Arthur3, John2, Arthur1) was born at Rochester on 12 August 1731 a son of Arthur Hathaway and his second wife Merinah Youen, and died before 1790. He married at Wareham on 6 January 1763 MARY BAKER. She was born at Yarmouth, Barnstable County, on 1 March 1735/6, a daughter of Thomas and Phebe (Chase) Baker. She died at Wareham on 2 June 1797.[5]

Thomas Hathaway was the seventh and last child of Arthur Hathaway, born when his father was forty-one years old. He married Mary Baker, of Yarmouth, when he was thirty-one and she twenty-six. They had only one child. It is not know how long Thomas lived; when the 1790 Census was taken, Mary was a widow. Thomas Hathaway is on the list of members of the Society of Friends in Wareham on 26 October 1759.

Thomas Hathaway and his wife Mary Baker had the following child:

  1. SALATHIEL5 HATHAWAY b. 1764.


Fifth Generation

SAVORY5 HATHAWAY (Simon4, Arthur3, John2, Arthur1) was born at Wareham on 26 July 1739 a son of Simon Hathaway and his wife Hannah Clifton, and died at Wareham between 9 January 1805 and 6 November 1811. He married at Rochester on 13 February 1766 DOROTHY CLIFTON. She was born at Rochester on 9 June 1743, a daughter of Timothy and Deliverance (Bolles) Clifton. She died at Rochester on 6 February 1837.[6]

Savory's mother and Dorothy's grandfather were siblings. Savory and Dorothy were both the eldest child of large families. Savory's name appears on the list of members of the Society of Friends at Wareham on 26 October 1759.

In spite of his Quaker beliefs, Savory Hathaway participated in the American Revolution. Typical of the "minutemen," Savory responded promptly in time of danger, and went home just as promptly when the danger subsided. He marched on the alarm of 19 April 1775, the day of the Battle of Lexington and Concord, serving four days. On 13 September 1778, he responded to an alarm for Falmouth, on Cape Cod; in five days he had reeturned home.

Savory and Dorothy Hathaway had eleven children; however, not all lived to adulthood. In February of 1776, one year old Charity died. Then, in 1795, the Hathawy family was struck by what would appear to be an epidemic. On 27 November, ten year old Mercy died; four days later, eight year old Dorothy died; ten days after that, sixteen year old Judah succumbed; seven days later, nineteen year old Clifton died. The two oldest children had already married before then; the four remaining children would all marry; however Rebecca remained at home and did not marry until she was forty-seven.

Savory Hathaway sheds some light on his descendants and their situations in his will:[7]

In the name of God, amen. I Savory Hathaway of Wareham in the County of Plymouth, yeoman, being advanced in years but of sound mind and memory (blessed be God) do this ninth day of January in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and five make publish + ordain this my last will + testament in manner and form following, that is to say touching such worldly estate as it has pleased God to bless me with. I dispose in manner and form following + my body to be buryed in a decent Christian manner by my Executors hereafter named. ---
Imprimas I give to my son Savory one half of all my real estate wherever the same may be found + one half of all my stock + outdoor movables of any name or nature whatever + my will is that my said son Savory have my Silver watch after my decease together with one half of the money that I die seized of.
Item: I give and bequeath to my son Alexander the other half of my real estate wherever the same may be found + one half of my stock and outdoor movables of any name or nature whatever, together with one half of the money that I die seized of. ---
And it is my will and bequest that my two sons Savory and Alexander support my widow Dorothy Hathaway after my decease during her natural life to her satisfaction + to live with my son Savory in the old part of my Dwelling House, + if my said sons do not comply with this my Will my said Widow may wave this provision and take her dower. Item: I give to my daughter Lovey wife of Salathiel Hathaway one Quarter part of my indoor movables that are not otherwise disposed of + that is in full of her portion of my estate.
Item: I give to my daughter Sarah wife of Philip Wing one Quarter part of my indoor movables that are not otherwise disposed of + that is in full of her Legacy in my estate. ---
Item: I give to my daughter Ruhamah widow of Nathan Dexter one Quarter part of my indoor movables that are not hereafter otherwise disposed of.
Item: I give and bequeath to my daughter Rebeckah single woman one Feather bed it being the bed that she lodges on, + one Quarter part of the remaining indoor movables of any name or nature. ---
and it is my will that my two sons, Savory + Alexander give my said daughter Rebeckah a privalidge in my said dwelling house in the old part to live until she marry + if the said Rebeckah does not marry than she is to have + enjoy the privalidge during her natural life + if she the said Rebeckah is unable to support herself Either by sickness or other ways than it is my will that my two Sons do it equally between them. ---
I do ordain, constitute + appoint by this my Last Will + Testament my two sons namely Savory and Alexander to be sole Executors to this my Last Will + Testament + they are to pay all my just debts + funeral charges.
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Savory Hathaway and his wife Dorothy Clifton had the following children:

  1. LOVE6 HATHAWAY b. at Rochester on 13 June 1766.
  2. SARAH6 HATHAWAY b. at Rochester on 10 April 1768 ; d. there on 19 July 1849; m. at Wareham on 9 November 1874 PHILIP WING, b. at Rochester on 30 September 1763.
  3. RUHAMAH6 HATHAWAY b. at Rochester on 14 December 1769; d. there on 22 May 1805; m. int. at Rochester on 25 March 1799 NATHAN DEXTER, b. at Rochester on 2 May 1767, d. there on 8 February 1801, child of John and Sarah Dexter.
  4. REBECCA6 HATHAWAY b. at Rochester on 28 March 1772; m. on 24 February 1820 LEVI GURNEY.
  5. CHARITY6 HATHAWAY b. at Rochester on 1 April 1774; d. there on 27 February 1776.
  6. CLIFTON6 HATHAWAY b. at Rochester on 10 June 1776; d. on 18 December 1795.
  7. JUDAH6 HATHAWAY b. at Rochester on 28 March 1779; d. there on 11 December 1795.
  8. SAVORY6 HATHAWAY b. at Rochester on 19 September 1781; d. at Marion, Plymouth County, on 19 February 1855; m. at Wareham on 20 October 1805 REBECCA MAXIM, b. at Wareham on 16 September 1787, d. there on 22 June 1877, child of David and Rebecca (Besse) Maxim.
  9. ALEXANDER6 HATHAWAY b. at Rochester on 2 May 1783; d. on 1 September 1859; m. at Wareham on 16 June 1803 MARY WESTGATE, b. about 1783-4, d. on 18 September 1852.
  10. MERCY6 HATHAWAY b. at Rochester on 27 April 1785; d. there on 27 November 1795.
  11. DOROTHY6 HATHAWAY b. at Rochester on 1 September 1787; d. there on 1 December 1795.


Sixth Generation

SALATHIEL5 HATHAWAY ( Thomas4, Arthur3, John2, Arthur1) was born on 1764 a son of Thomas Hathaway and his wife Mary Baker, and died on September 1845. He married at Wareham on 26 November 1786 LOVE6 HATHAWAY (Savory5, Simon4, Arthur3, John2, Arthur1). She was born at Rochester on 13 June 1766, a daughter of Savory Hathaway and his wife Dorothy Clifton. She died at Wareham on 25 August 1842.[8]

Salathiel grew up in Wareham, Love in neighboring Rochester, part of the large Hathaway extended family. Salathiel's father and Love's grandfather were half-brothers. Salathiel was an only child, and it is not known how long after his birth that his father survived. Love was the oldest of eleven children.

Salathiel and Love Hathaway lived in Wareham, where they raised their eleven children. The first nine all married. I do not know what happened to Charles (b. 1804) and Hiram (b. 1806); the 1820 Census implies their presence in this family.

Salathiel Hathaway and his wife Love Hathaway had the following children:

  1. CHARITY7 HATHAWAY b. at Wareham on 25 February 1787; m. int. at Wareham on 1 January 1809 JONATHAN LAWRENCE.
  2. MARY7 HATHAWAY b. at Sandwich on 25 April 1788; d. at Pawtucket, Providence County, Rhode Island, on 26 June 1859; m. at Dennis, Barnstable County, on 30 September 1851 (his fourth) WILLIAM HUNT, b. at Brookline, Norfolk County, Massachusetts, about 1775-6, child of George and Sarah Hunt.
  3. THOMAS7 HATHAWAY b. at Rochester on 4 November 1789; d. at Fairhaven, Bristol County, on 16 March 1862; m(1). at Wareham on 4 November 1813 RUTH BRIGGS, b. at Rochester on 16 November 1793, d. at Rochester on 11 March 1841, child of Isaac and Lois (Mendall) Briggs. m(2). at Wareham on 19 April 1841 CHARITY CRAPO, b. at Rochester on 19 March 1795, d. at Acushnet, Bristol County, on 6 February 1874, child of William Crapo.
  4. SIMON7 HATHAWAY b. at Wareham on 3 October 1791; d. at Taunton, Bristol County, on 15 February 1851; m(1). int. at Wareham on 20 March 1814 ANNIS LOOK, b. at Rochester on 7 July 1794; m(2). at Ledyard, New London County, Connecticut, on 20 November 1816 JERUSHA L. BURTIN, b. at Preston, New London County, on 1793, d. at Taunton on 28 January 1869, child of Roswell and Mary Burton.
  5. SALATHIEL7 HATHAWAY b. at Wareham on 6 April 1795; d. there on 24 February 1873; m (her 2nd). at Sandwich on 2 January 1823 MARTHA (RAYMOND) AVERY, b. at Sandwich about 1802, d. at Wareham on 1868, child of Asa and Mercy (Raymond) Raytmond; she m(1). at Sandwich on June 1820 (recorded) LEVI AVERY.
  6. JUDAH7 HATHAWAY b. at Wareham on 19 January 1797; d. at Darien, McIntosh County, Georgia, before 5 February 1834 ; m. at Rochester on 30 March 1823 BETHIAH CRAPO, b. at Rochester on 4 May 1800, d. at Wareham on 15 January 1872, child of William and Alice Crapo.
  7. DAVID7 HATHAWAY b. at Wareham on 9 March 1799.
  8. RUHAMAH7 HATHAWAY b. at Wareham on 15 March 1801; m(1). at Wareham on 23 May 1819 CYRUS TABER; m(2). at Wareham on 10 August 1845 RICHARD WRIGHTINGTON, b. at Wareham about 1793-4, child of Thomas and Lucinda Wrightington.
  9. JONATHAN7 HATHAWAY b. at Wareham on 20 October 1802; d. there on 27 April 1877; m. int. at Warheam on 18 September 1824 MERCY PARKER HALL, b. at Rochester on 6 January 1800, d. there on 26 October 1872, child of George and Patience (Haskell) Hall.
  10. CHARLES7 HATHAWAY b. at Wareham on 4 April 1804.
  11. HIRAM7 HATHAWAY b. at Wareham on 21 May 1806.


Seventh Generation

DAVID7 HATHAWAY (Love6, Savory5, Simon4, Arthur3m John2, Arthur1 ) was born at Wareham on 9 March 1799 a son of Salathiel Hathaway and his wife Love Hathaway, and died at Wareham on 3 June 1869. He married at Plymouth on 28 June 1825 SARAH S. KING. She was born at Plymouth on 28 December 1805, a daughter of John King and his wife Polly Briggs . She died at Wareham on 14 April 1883.[9]

David Hathaway was an iron worker in Wareham. The soil in Wareham contained enough iron to make its processing economically viable. A nail company was established in 1819, which became the Tremont Iron Company. They located iron foundries for the production of nails at Tremont Mill Pond and Parker Mills Pond, in West Wareham. These factories provided work for several generations of Hathaways. The 1850 Census gives us a glimpse into this family:[10]

Line Name Age Sex Occupation R.E. Birthplace Other
14. David Hathaway 51 M iron worker Wareham, Mass.
15. Sarah S. Hathaway 43 F Plymouth, Mass.
16. John P.K. Hathaway 21 M machinist Wareham, Mass.
17. David Hathaway 20 M nailer Wareham, Mass.
18. Ruomah D. Hathaway 16 F Wareham, Mass. school
19. Sarah F. Hathaway 13 F Wareham, Mass. school
20. Rebecca F. Hathaway 11 F Wareham, Mass. school
21. Albert F. Hathaway 6 M Wareham, Mass. school
22. Ellen A. Hathaway 3 F Wareham, Mass.

Eldest child, Charity, lived only one year; second child, Mary, had married in 1848; sixth child, the first named Sarah, also only lived one year.

Sons John and David married in 1851, daughter Rebecca in 1854; daughter Ruhama died in 1855, at the age of 21. The 1860 Census reported a family of David, 61, laborer, Sarah, 53, daughter Sarah, 23, son Albert, 16, mariner, and daughter Ellen, 13, at school. The family also included Florence B. King, 9, and Elmer D. King, 3, probably relatives of Sarah.[11]

Daughter Mary married James Fuller, and at some point after 1850 moved to Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. He was described as an iron worker in 1850, a millwright in 1860, and a wood worker in 1870. Mary died at Boston in 1880 from chronic dysentery; James died at Wareham in 1901 from brain disease.[12]

Son David remained at Wareham, and was described consistently in censuses as a nailer. His first wife died in 1865 from scrofula consumption. Two years later David remarried; he had two children by each wife. David died at Wareham in 1903 from heart disease; his second wife Emily died at Boston in 1906 from a strangulated femoral hernia, also exhaustion and arteriosclerosis.[13]

Daughter Sarah married Edward Young in 1871 and they lived at Orleans, Barnstable County. She died there in 1896 from pneumonia. Her husband also died there, in 1909, from organic heart disease, also senility.[14]

Daughter Rebecca married Joseph Seaver in 1854, and they remained at Wareham, where Joseph worked as a nailer. She died there at the age of forty-two from scrofula. Joseph remarried, and died at Wareham in 1907 from chronic endocarditis, mitral stenosis and regurgitation.[15]

Son Albert, described in 1860 as a mariner, evidently became a nailer. He married in 1868, was reported, with his wife, living with his mother in the 1870 Census. He died at Minnesota in 1871, age 26, from consumption. His widow, Polly, did not remarry. She returned to Yarmouth, on Cape Cod, where she was born, and died there in 1928 from pneumonia.[16]

Daughter Ellen married Zenas Tilson in 1868, and they lived at the nearby town of Carver, Plymouth County. Zenas was an iron moulder. Ellen died at the age of forty-eight from a spasm; Zenas died in 1908 from uremia.[17]

David Hathaway and his wife Sarah King had the following children:

  1. CHARITY8 HATHAWAY b. at Wareham on 28 May 1826; d. there on 2 January 1828.
  2. MARY K.8 HATHAWAY b. at Wareham on 27 June 1827; d. at Boston on 25 January 1880; m. at Wareham on 28 March 1847 JAMES N. FULLER, b. at Lewiston, Androscoggin County, Maine, about January 1823, d. at Wareham on 24 May 1901, child of Aaron and Patty (Norton) Fuller. Children of Mary and James:
    1. James F. Fuller b. at Wareham about 1847-8.
    2. Mary F. Fuller b. at Wareham about 1848-9.
    3. Eldorus Francois Fuller b. at Wareham on 13 September 1850, d. at Chelsea, Suffolk County, on 9 June 1896, m. at Wareham on 8 May 1890 Harriet Maria Hathaway b. at Wareham on 1 June 1852, child of John Phineas King Hathaway and his wife Lydia Marie Bumpus.
    4. George F. Fuller b. at Massachusetts about 1852-3.
    5. Flora A. Fuller b. at Massachusetts about 1861-2.
  3. JOHN PHINEAS KING8 HATHAWAY b. at Wareham on 11 October 1828.
  4. DAVID8 HATHAWAY b. at Wareham on 25 January 1830; d. there on 20 February 1903; m(1). int. at Wareham on 20 December 1851 SUSAN M. SHURTLEFF, b. at Wareham on 7 May 1835, d. there on 11 April 1865, child of Joseph and Avie Shurtleff; m(2). at Wareham on 19 September 1867 EMILY JANE (YOUNG) CANNON, b. at Missouri on 25 January 1839, d. at Boston on 15 July 1906, child of Ahira and Lucretia (Bray) Young; she had m(1). at Barnstable on 19 January 1860 FRANCIS CANNON b. at Yarmouth on 8 February 1837, d. at sea on 17 March 1861. Children of David and Susan:
    1. Hubert G. Hathaway b. at Massachusetts about 1856-7.
    2. Harvey F. Hathaway b. at Massachusetts about 1862-3.
    Children of David and Emily:
    1. Joseph A. Hathaway b. at Massachusetts about 1869-70.
    2. Ed C. Hathaway b. at Massachusetts about 1874-5.
  5. RUHAMAH D.8 HATHAWAY b. at Wareham on 3 September 1833; d. on 24 May 1855.
  6. SARAH F.8 HATHAWAY b. at Wareham on 30 August 1835; d. there on 28 December 1836.
  7. SARAH F.8 HATHAWAY b. at Wareham on 13 December 1836; d. at Orleans on 5 February 1896; m. at Marion on 4 October 1871 EDWARD T. YOUNG, b. at Fall River, Bristol County, about 1849-50, d. at Orleans on 15 June 1909, child of John and Mehitable Young.
  8. REBECCA F.8 HATHAWAY b. at Wareham on 4 March 1839; d. there on 22 May 1881; m. at Wareham on 22 January 1854 JOSEPH NELSON SEAVER, b. at Taunton on 4 may 1831, d. at Wareham on 12 April 1907, child of Joseph T. and Betsey N. (Davis) Seaver; he m(2). at Wareham on 4 November 1883 BETSEY S. (JOHNSON) WESTGATE, b. at Wareham on 9 September 1857, child of Perez S. and Jane C. Johnson; Betsey had m(1). at Wareham on 30 September 1875 DANIEL L. WESTGATE b. at Wareham on 18 January 1844, d. there on 22 October 1882, child of Daniel and Patty (Benson) Westgate. Children of Rebecca and Joseph:
    1. Marietta Seaver b. at Massachusetts about 1853-4.
    2. Clarence L. Seaver b. at Massachusetts about 1855-6.
    3. Elmanzo L. Seaver b. at Massachusetts about 1858-9.
    4. Rebecca N. Seaver b. at Massachusetts about 1859-60; m. ________ Haskell.
    5. Albert N. Seaver b. at Massachusetts about 1861-2.
    6. Alton N. Seaver b. at Massachusetts about 1861-2.
    7. Irving Lafayette Seaver b. at Wareham on 18 September 1865; d. 1930; m. at Rochester on 1921 Harriet Maria Hathaway b. at Wareham on 1 June 1852, child of John Phineas King Hathaway and his wife Lydia Marie Bumpus.
    8. Gladyse E. Seaver b. at Massachusetts about 1867-8.
  9. ALBERT FRANCIS8 HATHAWAY b. at Wareham on 11 February 1844; d. at Minnesota on 30 January 1871; m. at Wareham on 31 October 1868 POLLY A. CANNON, b. at Yarmouth about 1844-5, d. at Yarmouth on 8 January 1928, child of John and Ruth Cannon.
  10. ELLEN A.8 HATHAWAY b. at Wareham about April 1847; d. at Carver on 2 March 1896; m. at Wareham on 9 January 1868 ZENAS ALBERT TILSON, b. at Carver on 3 July 1845, d. there on 1 May 1908, child of Zenas and Louisa (King) Tilson. Children of Ellen and Zenas:
    1. Wilfred A. Tilson b. at Massachusetts about 1868-9.
    2. Mabel F. Tilson b. at Massachusetts on March 1870
    3. Allice T. Tilson b. at Massachusetts about 1878-9.

Benoni Youen Family

BENONI YOUEN was born before 1671 and died after 1719. He married first DEBORAH ________. She was born about 1665-6 and died at Rochester on 14 December 1715. He married second at Sandwich on 28 May 1719 HAZADIAH LANDERS. She was born on 31 January 1674.

Youen is not a common name in New England. It is sometimes spelled Ewen, which is not common, either. The first reference we can find to Benoni Youen dates from 5 September 1692, at Barnstable County, when he witnessed the settlement of the estate of Joseph Holley.[18] He had to be at least fourteen to be such a witness, and was probably older. As his first wife was born about 1665-6 and their daughter married in 1718, we can estimate a birth date of before 1670. The next record is the death of his first wife Deborah, at Rochester, in 1715.[19] Then follows the marriage of their daughter, Merinah, to Arthur Hathaway, at Rochester, in 1718.[20] The following year he married at Sandwich, Hazadiah Landers.[21] That's the extent of the very sketchy history we can trace of the mother of Thomas Hathaway.

Benone Youen and his first wife Deborah had the following child:

  1. MERINAH YOUEN d. at Rochester on 6 June 1733.


John King Family

JOHN KING was born at Plymouth on 27 December 1781,[22] and died at Plymouth on 1 June 1860.[23] He published intentions of marriage at Plymouth on 9 January 1802 with POLLY BRIGGS.[24] She was born at Rochester on 11 April 1784, a daughter of Isaac Briggs and his wife Lois Mendall.[25] She died at Plymouth on 10 January 1847.[26]

John and Polly King lived in Plymouth; according to an 1846 Directory, John King lived on Sandwich Street, and was a farmer; his son John, listed at the same address, was a seaman.[27]

Census records before 1850 did not list every person by name, only the heads of households, with the numbers of persons in the household in different age and sex categories. While we cannot say for sure who each person was, the records for this King family do correspond "closely" to what we know of the family from other sources, considering the census takers were often not precise in estimating the ages of adults (Or perhaps Polly just lied about her age).

1810[28]
male 26-44 John, 28
female 26-44 Polly, 26
male 0-9 Elihu, 7
female 0-9 Betsy, 5
female 0-9 Sarah, 4
male 0-9 John, 2
female 0-9 Mary, 0
1820[29]
male 26-45 John, 38
female 16-26 Polly, 36
male 16-18 Elihu, 17
female 10-15 Betsey, 15
female 10-15 Sarah, 14
male 10-15 John, 12
female 10-15 Mary, 10
male 0-9 Phineas, 9
female 0-9 Joanna, 7
male 0-9 Isaac, 4
male 0-9 Columbus, 4
1830[30]
male 50-59 John, 48
female 30-39 Polly, 46
male 20-29 Elihu, 27
male 20-29 John, 22
female 20-29 [unidentified]
female 20-29 Mary, 20
male 15-19 Phineas, 19
female 15-19 Joanna, 17
female 15-19 [unidentified]
male 15-19 Columbus, 14
male 10-14 Isaac, 14
1840[31]
male 50-59 John, 58
female 40-49 Polly, 56
male 30-39 John 32

The births of the first six children were reported in the Plymouth Vital Records. Isaac's birth date and parentage is reported in his death record. The connection of Joanna and Columbus requires a little explaining. When Columbus King died in Pennsylvania, his three children were brought back to Plymouth. According to Plymouth County Probate Court records, Isaac B. King, John King, Jr., and Phineas King, the brothers of Columbus King, requested that Reuben Hall be appointed guardian of Mary L. King, Isaac Lindsly King and Adelaide V. King, children of Columbus King late of New Castle, Lawrence County, Pennsylvania.[32] In the 1850 and 1860 censuses, John King, the father, was living at the residence of Reuben and Joanna King. When John died, some of the heirs of John King petitioned the Probate Court to have Isaac King appointed administrator of the estate. The petition was signed by John King, Mary Bryant, and Joanna Hall.[33] The only basis for estimating the birth date of Columbus is his reported age in the 1850 Census. He could have been a twin of Isaac, or a year or two older or younger.

I have no further information on Elihu King beyond his probable presence with his parents in the 1830 Census. I have no information of Phineas beyond his signing a petition for probate court in 1857.

Betsey lived and married at Plymouth, and died from consumption at the age of forty.[34]

John King, Jr., never married. Reported as a seaman in 1846, he was called a cooper in the following two censuses and his death record. John lived with his parents, and, after his mother's death, he and his father lived with his sister Joanna. He died at Chelsea from heart disease.[35]

Mary "Polly" King married Caleb Bryant of Plymouth, but by 1840 they had moved to Chelsea. She died there at the age of ninety-three, of old age.[36]

Joanna and her husband Reuben Hall were living at Plymouth as reported in the 1850 and 1860 censuses, the latter of which follows:[37]

Line Name Age Sex Occupation R.E. P.E. Birthplace
33. Reuben Hall 45 M farm laborer $200 $300 MA
34. Joanna Hall 46 F MA
35. Joanna Hall 28 F seamstress MA
36. Hannah H. Hall 20 F dress maker MA
37. James K. Hall 9 M [school] MA
38. Adelaide V. King 7 F [school] MA
39. John King 78 M farmer $250 MA
40. John King, Jr. 44 M cooper $1500 MA

In addition to Joanna and Reuben and their three children, the family included Adelaide, daughter of her late brother Columbus, for whom they were legal guardians, and Joanna's brother and father, both named John. The 1870 Census reported widow Joanna Hall, 56, living at Chelsea with her daughter and son-in-law, Lorenzo and Hannah Dixon (ages 35 and 30), their son Everett, 4, Joanna's son James, 19, described as an invalid, and two young men, apparently boarders, who, like Lorenzo, were brick layers.[38]

Isaac King worked as a brick mason at Plymouth according to the 1860 and 1870 censuses. In the latter census, their daughter Augusta lived with them and worked as a school teacher.[39]

The 1850 Census reported Columbus King, 34, nailer, at New Castle with his wife, Mary, 33, and children Mary, 3, and Isaac, five months.[40] Columbus died before April 1857.

John and Polly King are buried at Burial Hill, Plymouth.[41]


Burial Hill, Plymouth, Massachusetts
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John King and his wife Polly Briggs had the following children:

  1. ELIHU KING b. at Plymouth on 24 August 1802.
  2. BETSEY KING b. at Plymouth on 30 December 1804, d. there on 20 February 1846; m. there on 3 June 1827 BARNABAS DUNHAM. He m(2). at Plymouth on 22 October 1846 BETSEY BARNES.
  3. SARAH S. KING b. at Plymouth on 28 December 1805.
  4. JOHN KING b. at Plymouth on 28 June 1808; d. at Chelsea on 4 February 1873.
  5. MARY "Polly" KING b. at Plymouth on 21 May 1810, d. at Chelsea on 23 December 1903; m. at Plymouth on 8 September 1830 CALEB BRYANT b. at Plymouth about 1794-5, d. at Chelsea on 22 April 1858.
  6. PHINEAS KING b. at Plymouth on 28 June 1811; m. at Wareham on 22 September 1833 FANNY CHUBBUCK.
  7. JOANNA KING b. at Massachusetts about 1812-3; m. before 1836 REUBEN HALL, b. at Plymouth on 22 May 1814, d. at Boston on 30 August 1867, child of John and Mary Hall. Children of Joanna and Reuben:
    1. Joanna F. Hall b. at Massachusetts about 1836-7
    2. Hannah H. Hall b. at Plymouth about 1839-40; m. at Boston on 6 April 1865 Lorenzo Dixon b. at Wales, Androscoggin County, about 1834-5. Child of Hannah and Lorenzo:
      1. Everett L. Dixon b. at Massachusetts about 1865-6
    3. James K. Hall b. at Massachusetts about 1850-1.
  8. ISAAC B. KING b. at Plymouth on 3 December 1815; d. at Hyde Park, Norfolk County, on 20 September 1899; m. at Plymouth on 22 March 1840 HARRIET A. HOYT, b. at Massachusetts about 1817-8. Children of Isaac and Harriet:
    1. Augusta King b. at Massachusetts about 1841-2.
    2. Betsey L. King b. at Massachusetts about 1846-7.
    3. Allen B. King b. on 14 June 1857, d. on 28 August 1857.
  9. COLUMBUS KING b. at Massachusetts about 1815-6; d. before 19 April 1857; m. MARY ________, b. at Wales about 1816-7. Children of Columbus and Mary:
    1. Mary S. King b. at Pennsylvania about 1846-7.
    2. Isaac Lindsey King b. at Pennsylvania about December 1849.
    3. Adelaide V. King b. at Pennsylvania about 1852-3.


NOTES

1Information on the Arthur Hathaway family is from: George Ernest Bowman, "Plymouth Colony Vital Records," Mayflower Descendant, 13-17 (191115): 16:238; 17:71. George Ernest Bowman, "The Wills of George Cadman and His Widow Hannah," Mayflower Descendant, 22 (1920): 3. George Ernest Bowman, "Hathaway Notes," Mayflower Descendant, 16 (1914): 110-11. Abner Morse submitter, "Townsmen of Dartmouth, Mass.," New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 12 (1858): 160. "Plymouth Colony Deeds: Samuel Cutbert to Arthur Hatheway," Mayflower Descendant, 16 (1914): 182. Nathaniel B. Shurtleff, "List of Those Able to Bear Arms in the Colony of New Plymouth in 1643," New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 4 (1850): 259. Elizabeth Starr Versailles, Hathaways of America: 1970 Edition (Northampton, Massachusetts: Gazette Printing Company, 1970), 751-54. Vital Records of Dartmouth, Massachusetts, to the Year 1850 (Boston: New England Historical and Genealogical Society, 1929, 1929, 1930), v. 2, p. 232; v. 3, p. 36-37. Vital Records of Nantucket, Massachusetts, to the Year 1850 (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1926), v. 2, p. 500; v. 5, p. 347. Ralph V. Wood Jr., Francis Cooke of the Mayflower: The First Five Generations, Mayflower Families through Five Generations, v. 12 (Rockport, Maine: Picton Press, 1996), 74-75, 116-18, 120,122.
2Information on the John Hathaway family is from: James N. Arnold, Vital Record of Rhode Island 1636-1850 (Providence, Rhode Island: Narragansett Historical Publishing Company, 1891), v. 4, p. 6-152. Thomas W. Baldwin comp., Vital Records of Hardwick Massachusetts, to the Year 1850 (Boston, Massachusetts: Wright and Potter Printing Company, 1917), 1:301. George Ernest Bowman, "Sandwich, Mass., Vital Records," Mayflower Descendant, 14,29-30 (1912, 1931-2): 14:109; 30:67. Lydia B. Phinney Brownson and Maclean W. McLean, "Michael Blackwell of Sandwich, Mass. (c. 1620-1710)," New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 117 (1963): 186. Bertha W. Clark and Susan C. Tufts and ed. Judith Jenney Gurney, The Jenney Book: John Jenney of Plymouth, and His Descendants (Baltimore, Maryland: Gateway Press, 1988), 46. Freetown, Massachusetts, Town Clerk, Holbrook Research Institute (Jay and Delene Holbrook), "Massachusetts Vital and Town Records,", Marriages, 1686-1844, p. 104, Boomer-Haddaway, 1720/1; digital images, Ancestry (ancestry.com : accessed 7 August 2019). Freetown Vital Records (Holbrook), Births, 1686-1844, p. 4, Matthew Boomer, 1689. Morse, "Townsmen of Dartmouth, Mass.," 160. "Plymouth Colony Vital Records," 17:70. Rounds H. L. Peter, editor, Abstracts of Bristol County, Massachusetts, Probate Records, 1687-1745 (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1987), 7:207. Versailles, Hathaways of America, 753,755-56,758,765. Vital Records of Dartmouth v. 1, p. 110-14,178,270; v. 2, p. 229-30,232,234-355; v. 3, p. 20,22,35-36. Vital Records of Nantucket, 4:29. Vital Records of Rochester, Massachusetts, to the Year 1850 (Boston, Massachusetts: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1914), 1:119,172. Robert S. Wakefield, "Joanna Hathaway, Wife of Nathaniel Blackwell of Dartmouth, Mass.," The American Genealogist, 62 (1987): 30. Wood, Francis Cooke of the Mayflower, 114-15, 287-88, 291-98.
3Information on the Arthur Hathaway family is from: David Hamblen, "First Settlers of Rochester, Mass., and Their Families," New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 5 (1851): 86. Winifred Lovering Holman contrib., "1759 List of Quakers, Wareham, Mass.," American Genealogist, 35 (1959): 48. Leonard H. Smith Jr., and Norma H. Smith, Records of the First Church of Wareham, Massachusetts, 1739-1891 (Baltimore, Maryland: Genealopgical Publishing Company, 1993), p. 54. Versailles, Hathaways of America, 755,769. Vital Records of Dartmouth, v. 1, p. 110,112. Vital Records of Rochester, 1:138,173-75; 2:171,173,395-96. Wood, Francis Cooke of the Mayflower, 290-91.
4Information on the Simon Hathaway family is from: George Ernest Bowman, "Wareham, Mass., Vital Records," Mayflower Descendant, 31-32 (193334): 31:125,132. Friends Burial Ground, Marion, Plymouth County, Massachusetts,, Find a Grave, digital images (findagrave.com : database 10 August 2019), Simon Hathaway; Created by: Janice (Merrill) Johnt. Holman, "1759 List of Quakers, Wareham, Mass.," 48. North Marion Cemetery, Marion, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, Find a Grave, digital images (findagrave.com : accessed 10 August 2019), Eunice Hathaway; Created by: Caryn. Plymouth County, Massachusetts, , 42: 305-06, Hannah Hathaway will; American Ancestors, americanancestors.org. Smith, Records of the First Church of Wareham, 54. Versailles, Hathaways of America, 768,796-97. Vital Records of Dartmouth, v. 1, p. 114. Vital Records of Rochester, 1:85,181,310-11; 2:163,171-72,174,396-98,447. Wood, Francis Cooke of the Mayflower, 291.
5Information on the Thomas Hathaway family is from: Bertha W. Clark, Descendants of Francis Baker of Yarmouth (Boston: n.p., 1951), 20. Holman, "1759 List of Quakers, Wareham, Mass.," 48. Robert M. Sherman and Ruth Wilder Sherman, Vital Records of Yarmouth, Massachusetts, to the Year 1850 (N.p.: Society of Mayflower Descendants of the State of Rhode Island, 1975), 75. Smith, Records of the First Church of Wareham, p. 57. Versailles, Hathaways of America, 770. Vital Records of Dartmouth, v. 2, p. 235. Vital Records of Rochester, 1:176; 2:145. Wood, Francis Cooke of the Mayflower, 291.
6Information on the Savory Hathaway family is from: Bowman, "Wareham, Mass., Vital Records," 31:125,127,129-30; 32:190. National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, "DAR Genealogical Reserch System," database, Daughters of the American Revolution (dar.org, accessed 10 August 2019), no. 446540; member, Harriett Marie Krumholtz; ancestor: Savory Hathaway. Friends Burial Ground, Marion, Alexander Hathaway; Created by: Caryn. Friends Burial Ground, Marion, Polly Hathaway; Created by: Caryn. Holman, "1759 List of Quakers, Wareham, Mass.," 48. Massachusetts Archives, "Vital Records of Massachusetts, 1841-1910," digital images, American Ancestors (americanancestors.org : accessed 10 August 2019), v. 94, p. 197, e. 1;; Deaths Marion 1855; Savory Hathaway; also vol. 293, p. 341, e. 19, Wareham Deaths, 1877, Rebecca Hathaway. Massachusetts Secretary of the Commonwealth, Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the Revolutionary War (Boston, Massachusetts: Wright & Potter Printing, 18961908), 7:521. Versailles, Hathaways of America, 796,829-30. Vital Records of Rochester, 1:85,114,172-76,312; 2:171,173,375-76,396,447.
7Plymouth County Probate, file 9689.
8Information on the Salathiel Hathaway family is from: Bowman, "Wareham, Mass., Vital Records," 31:126-27. "Connecticut Church Records: Ledyard Congregational, 1810-1897." Index, Connecticut State Library, Hartford, Connecticut, 1942, p. 29. Daughters of the American Revolution, no. 446540; member, Harriett Marie Krumholtz; ancestor: Savory Hathaway. Dennis, Massachusetts, Town Clerk, Holbrook Research Institute (Jay and Delene Holbrook), "Massachusetts Vital and Town Records: Dennis," Dennis Marriages 1850-1, p. 14, Hunt-Hathaway, 1851; digital images, Ancestry (ancestry.com : accessed 10 August 2019). Richard W. Griffith, "Wareham Vital Records from Town Books 1 and 2," database, RootsWeb (http://www.warehamhistory.com/WarehamGenWeb/WrhmVR.htm : accessed 11 August 2019), Lawrtence-Hathaway, 1809. "Vital Records of Massachusetts, 1841-1910," vol. 3, p. 95, Wareham Deaths, 1842, Love Hathaway; also v. 19, p. 136, Marriages Wareham 1845-6; Writhington-Taber; also vol. 57, p. 87, e. 36, Taunton Deaths, 1851, Simon Hathaway; also vol. 156, p. 87, e. 1, Fairhaven Deaths, 1862, Thomas Hathaway; also vol. 212, p. 336, Wareham Deaths, 1868, Martha Hathaway; also vol. 220, p. 146, e. 4, Taunton Deaths, 1869, Jerusha L. Hathaway; also vol. 248, p. 416, e. 22, Rochester Deaths, 1872, Marcy P. Hathaway; also vol. 257, p. 394, e. 11, Wareham Deaths, 1873, Salathiel Hathaway; also vol. 265, p. 72, e. 10, Acushnet Deaths, 1874, Charity Hathaway; also vol. 293, p. 341, e. 14, Wareham Deaths, 1877, Jonathan Hathaway. Sandwich, Massachusetts, Town Clerk, Holbrook Research Institute (Jay and Delene Holbrook), "Massachusetts Vital and Town Records,", intentions, 263, Hathaway-Avery, 1822; digital images, Ancestry (: accessed 11 August 2019); ancestry.com; also intentions, 102, Avery-Raymond, 1820; also marriages, 227, Avery-Raymond, 1820. Second Census of the United States: 1800, population, Wareham, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, roll 16, p. 111, Salathiel Hathaway; digital images, Ancestry (ancestry.com : accessed 24 December 2015); NARA microfilm publication M32; Record Group 29. National Archives, Washington, D.C. Third Census of the United States: 1810, population, Wareham, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, roll 21, p. 190, Salathiel Hathaway; digital images, Ancestry (ancestry.com : accessed 11 August 2019); NARA microfilm publication M252; Record Group 29. National Archives, Washington, D.C. Fourth Census of the United States: 1820, population, Wareham, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, roll 50, p. 397, Salathiel Hathaway; digital images, Ancestry (ancestry.com : accessed 11 August 2019); NARA microfilm publication M33, Record Group 29. National Archives, Washington, D.C. Fifth Census of the United States: 1830, population, Wareham, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, roll 64, p. 296, Salathiel Hathaway; digital images, Ancestry (ancestry.com : accessed 11 August 2019); NARA microfilm publication M19; Record Group 29. National Archives, Washington, D.C. Versailles, Hathaways of America, 796-97,844-48. Vital Records of Rochester, 1:58, 94-95,142,174,203; 2:172,174,396. Wareham, Massachusetts, Town Clerk, Holbrook Research Institute (Jay and Delene Holbrook), "Massachusetts Vital and Town Records: Wareham" Marriages Intentions, 104, Hathaway-Hathaway, 1786; digital images, Ancestry (ancestry.com : accessed 10 August 2019); also Marriages, 219, Hathaway-Hathaway, 1786; also intentions, p. 124, Hathaway-Briggs, 1813; also Marriages, p. 236, Hathaway-Briggs, 1813. Wareham Vital and Town Records (Holbrook), intentions, p. 124, Hathaway-Look, 1814; also intentions, 129, Taber-Hathaway, 1819; also Marriages 135, Hathaway-Hall, 1824; also Intentions, p. 167, Hathaway-Crapo, 1841; also Marriages, p. 262, Hathaway-Crapo, 1841; also intentions, 129, Wrightington-Taber, 1845.
9Information on the David Hathaway family is from: Bowman, "Wareham, Mass., Vital Records," 31:127. Daughters of the American Revolution, no. 446540; member, Harriett Marie Krumholtz; ancestor: Savory Hathaway. "Vital Records of Massachusetts, 1841-1910," vol. 221, p. 343, e. 29, Wareham Deaths, 1869, David Hathaway; also vol. 347, p. 346, e. 23, Wareham Deaths, 1883, Sarah Hathaway. Plymouth, Massachusetts, Town Clerk, Holbrook Research Institute (Jay and Delene Holbrook), "Massachusetts Vital and Town Records," marriages, 219, Hathaway-King, 1825; digitasl images, Ancestry (ancestry.com : accessed 11 August 2019); also births, 351, Sally King, 1805. Versailles, Hathaways of America, 848. Wareham Vital and Town Records (Holbrook), intentions, 136, Hathaway-King, 1825.
10Seventh Census of the United States: 1850, population, Wareham, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, roll 333, p. 306A, household 806, David Hathaway family; digital images, Ancestry (ancestry.com : accessed 7 August 2018); NARA Microfilm Publication M432; Record Group 29; National Archives, Washington, D.C.
11Eighth Census of the United States: 1860, population, Wareham, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, roll 518, p. 198, household 1708, David Hathaway family; digital images, Ancestry (ancestry.com : accessed 7 August 2018); NARA microfilm publication M653; Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration.
12"Vital Records of Massachusetts, 1841-1910," vol. 321, p. 24, e. 587, Boston Deaths, 1880, Mary K. Fuller; also vol. 518, p. 246, e. 24, Wareham Deaths, 1901, James N. Fuller. 1850 Census, Wareham, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, roll 333, p. 306A, household 809, James Fuller family. 1860 Census, Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, roll 525, p. 167, household 1334, James Fuller family. Ninth Census of the United States: 1870, population, Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, roll 647, p. 382B, household 1144, Jas W Fuller family; digital images, Ancestry (ancestry.com : accessed 7 August 2018); NARA microfilm publication M593, Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration. Versailles, Hathaways of America, 848. Wareham Vital and Town Records (Holbrook), births, 45, Children of David Hathaway and wife Sarah, 182639.
13"Vital Records of Massachusetts, 1841-1910," vol. 14, certificate no. 47, Boston Deaths, 1906, Emily J. Hathaway; also v. 135, p. 1, e. 3; Marriages Barstable 1860; Cannon-Young; also v. 147, p. 25, e. 8; Deaths Yarmouth 1861; Francis Cannon; also vol. 184, p. 311, e. 29, Wareham Deaths, 1865, Susan M. Hathaway; also vol. 200, p. 400, e. 23, Wareham Marriages, 1867, Hathaway-Cannon; also vol. 541, p. 133, e. 9, Wareham Deaths, 1903, David Hathaway. 1860 Census, Wareham, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, roll 518, p. 201, household 1725, David Hathaway family. 1870 Census, Wareham, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, roll 639, p. 804B, household 521, David Hathaway family. Tenth Census of the United States: 1880, population, Wareham, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, enumeration district (ED) 554, roll 550, p. 87B, household 206, David Hathaway family; digital images, Ancestry (ancestry.com : accessed 8 August 2018); NARA microfilm publication T9; Record Group 29. National Archives, Washington, D.C. Versailles, Hathaways of America, 865. Wareham Vital and Town Records: Wareham (Holbrook), intentions, 195, Hathaway-Shurtleff, 1851. Yarmouth, Massachusetts, Town Clerk, Holbrook Research Institute (Jay and Delene Holbrook), "Massachusetts Vital and Town Records: Yarmouth" births, 168, children of Ahira and Lucretia Young, 183342; digital images, Ancestry (: accessed 12 August 2019); ancestry.com; also births, 233, children of John B. Cannon and Ruth, 183745
14"Vital Records of Massachusetts, 1841-1910," vol. 78, certificate no. 114, Orleans Deaths, 1909, Edward T. Young; also vol. 236, p. 399, Marion Marriages, 1871, Young-Hathaway; also vol. 463, p. 21, e. 3, Orleans Deaths, 1896, Sarah F. Young. 1880 Census, Orleans, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, ED 006, roll 519, p. 84C, household 22, Edward T. Young family. Versailles, Hathaways of America, 848. Wareham Vital and Town Records: Wareham", births, 45, Children of David Hathaway and wife Sarah, 182639.
15"Vital Records of Massachusetts, 1841-1910," vol. 106, p. 421, e. 29, Wareham Births, 1857, Betsey S. Johnson; also vol. 329, p. 342, e. 19, Wareham Deaths, 1881, Rebecca F. Seaver; also vol. 338, p. 340, e. 33, Wareham Deaths, 1882, Daniel L. Westgate; also vol. 344, p. 408, e. 25, Wareham Marriages, 1883, Seaver-Westgate; also vol. 101, certificate no. 358, Wareham Deaths, 1907, Joseph N. Seaver. 1880 Census, Wareham, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, ED 554, roll 550, p. 88C, household 212, Jos. N. Seaver family. Versailles, Hathaways of America, 848. Wareham Vital and Town Records (Holbrook), births, 45, Children of David Hathaway and wife Sarah, 182639.
16"Vital Records of Massachusetts, 1841-1910," vol. 5, p. 176, Wareham Births, 1843-4, Albert Francis Hathaway; also vol. 209, p. 381, e. 27, Wareham Marriages, 1868, Hathaway-Cannon; also v. 239, p. 362, e. 12; Deaths Wareham 1871; Albert Hathaway. Versailles, Hathaways of America, 848.
17"Vital Records of Massachusetts, 1841-1910," vol. 209, p. 380, e. 2, Wareham Marriages, 1868, Tillson-Hathaway; also vol. 464, p. 627, e. 7, Carver Deaths, 1896, Ellen A. Tillson; also vol. 28, record no. 88, Carver Deaths, 1908, Zenas Albert Tillson. 1870 Census, Carver, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, roll 638, p. 173B, household 169, Zenas A. Tillson family. 1880 Census, Carver, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, ED 536, roll 549, p. 421D, household 37, Z. Albert Tillson family. Versailles, Hathaways of America, 848.
18George Ernest Bowman, "Abstracts of Barnstable County, Mass., Probate Records," Mayflower Descendant, 2-4,10-12,14-16,18,19,22-24,27,31 (19001933): 16:61.
19Vital Records of Rochester, 2:449.
20Vital Records of Rochester, 2:171.
21Vital Records of Rochester, 2:128.
22Burial Hill, Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, Find a Grave, digital images (findagrave.com : accessed 1 September 2019), John King; Created by: Sandra Lennox.
23"Vital Records of Massachusetts, 1841-1910," vol. 139, p. 322, e. 54, Plymouth Deaths, 1860, John King. Burial Hill, Plymouth, John King; Created by: Sandra Lennox.
24Lee D. van Antwerp and Ruth Wilder Sherman, Vital Records of Plymouth, Massachusetts, to the Year 1850 (Camden, Maine: Picton Press, 1993), 291.
25Vital Records of Rochester, 1:57.
26"Vital Records of Massachusetts, 1841-1910," vol. 27, p. 130, Plymouth Deaths, 1846-7, Sally King. Burial Hill, Plymouth, Polly Briggs King; Created by: Sandra Lennox.
27"Plymouth Directory 1846," Mayflower Descendant, 40 (1990): 6.
281810 Census, Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, roll 21, p. 131, John King.
291820 Census, Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, roll 50, p. 365, John King.
301830 Census, Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, roll 64; p. 81, John King.
31Sixth Census of the United States: 1840, population, Plymouth, Plymouth Couinty, Massachusetts, roll 195, p. 297, John King; digital images, Ancestry (ancestry.com : accessed 1 September 2019); NARA microfilm publication M704, Record Group 29. National Archives, Washington, D.C.
32Plymouth County Probate, file 12084: Isaac King, et al, 1857; quardianship papers.
33Plymouth County Probate, file 12092: item 3: administrator's bond; item 6: inventory; item 8: petition of heirs.
34Van Antwerp, Vital Records of Plymouth, 633.
35"Vital Records of Massachusetts, 1841-1910," v. 257, p. 385, e. 10; Deaths Plymouth 1873; John King. Burial Hill, Plymouth, John King, Jr.; Created by: Sandra Lennox.
36Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Registry of Vital Records and Statistics, Massachusetts Vital Records, 1911-1915, v. 15 (1903 Deaths), certificate 562, Mary Bryant, ; digital images, American Ancestors (americanancestors.org : accessed 1 September 2019).
371860 Census, Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, roll 518, p. 12, household 98, Reuben Hall family.
381870 Census, Chelsea, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, roll 650, p. 1B, household 25, Lorenzo Dixon family.
391860 Census, Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, roll 518, p. 54, household 475, Isaac B. King family. 1870 Census, Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, roll 639, p. 657A, household 738, Isaac King family.
401850 Census, New Castle, Lawrence County, Pennsylvania, roll 790, p. 224A, household 31[2], Columbus King family.
41Burial Hill, Plymouth, John King; Created by: Sandra Lennox; also Polly Briggs King; Created by: Sandra Lennox.


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