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Source: Mike Gifford,“Burlingame Family Records,” at http://www.geocities.com/HeartlandlHills/2584/burlingame, accessed 12 January 1999.

Graves of Revolutionary War Patriots by Patricia Law Hatcher, 1987.

Christopher BURLINGAME Harner Cemetery, across Muskingum River, Washington Co., OH, 55
Clark BURLINGAME Door Village Cemetery, La Porte, La Porte Co, IN, 64
David BURLINGAME Priv. Cemetery, Kent Farm, North Scituate, Providence Co, RI, 31
Eseck BURLINGAME Harrisville Cemetery, Harrisville, RI, 51
Hopkins BURLINGAME Old Maples Farm, Burke Hill Rd, Hartwick, NY, 58
Jeremiah BURLINGAME White Store (Evergreen) Cemetery, Norwich, Chenango Co. NY
Jeremiah BURLINGAME Petersburg, NY, 56
Nathan BURLINGAME Mountain View (Lester) Cemetery, Lester, Broome Co, NY, 78
Nathan BURLINGAME Oneco Cemetery, Rt. 14A, Sterling, CT, 74
Philip BURLINGAME Castleton Cemetery, Elmont, Queens, NY, 80
Stephen BURLINGAME East Greenwich Cemetery, Greenwich, RI, 46
Wanton BURLINGAME Attica Center Cemetery, Attica, Wyoming Co, NY, 54

This page shows the census for the family of Calvin Underwood, son-in-law of Wanton Burlingame who is living with the family:

1850 Census – Attica Twp, Wyoming Co., NY

Surname Given Name Age Miscellaneous Information
UNDERWOOD Calvin 66 born in Mass.
Diantha 49 born in NY
Sally Ann 30 born in NY
Mary A. 29 born in NY
Uriah E. 20 male farmer born in NY
Lusina 22 female born in NY
Horace 14 born in NY
Caroline 12 born in NY
Monroe 7 born in NY
BURLINGAME Wonton 88 male farmer born in RI

This information was provided by Andrea Hawk Crumrine.

Early BURLINGAME History

The original inhabitants of what is now known as England were the Celts who in turn were invaded by the Romans and the Celts were driven into what is now Scotland and Ireland. These invaders were known as Britons. After the withdrawal of the Roman forces about the beginning of the fifth century, the South Britons were no longer able to withstand the attacks of the Scots and Picts. They applied for assistance from the Roman General Aetius, but he was too much involved in the struggle with Attila to attend to their petitions. In desperation the Britons sought the aid of the Saxons; and according to Anglo-Saxon narratives, three ships containing 1,600 men, were dispatched to their help under the command of the brothers Hengest and Horan. These Saxons were assigned the isle of Thanet for habitation, and from there marched against the northern foe obtaining complete victory. The date assigned to these events by the later Anglo-Saxon Chronicles is 449 AD. The Chronicles also states that the Saxons, finding the land desirable, turned their arms against the Britons, and reinforced by new bands, the Jutes and Angles, conquered first Kent and ultimately the larger part of the island. These Saxons, Jutes and Angles were Teutonic tribesmen coming from the country about the mouths of the Elbe and Weser Rivers in ancient Germany. This struggle continued for about 150 years and at the end of that time most of the South of Briton was in the hands of these Teutonic tribes. This conquered territory was then divided into small states. In 571 or 575 A.D. the Kingdom of East Angeles was founded by Uffa. This in turn was broken up into petty chieftaincies, one of them being BURLINGHAM, which means Byrl, “the cup bearer”, “ing” is the Saxon suffix meaning “son” and “hame” is the Angle suffix meaning “home or clan”, or in other words, home or clan of the sons of ByrL Here the clans of BURLINGHAM lived and prospered until early in the ninth century when the Danes, another Low German tribe, began making raids on this section and as these attacks became more frequent and in time the Danes had conquered all of what is now the counties of Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridge. The BURLINGHAMs were driven from their homes and fled into Wessex. By a treaty made at Wedmore in 878 A.D., the English King, Alfred the Great, had recognized the conquest of theses Danes and made a pact with Guthrum, their leader. By this treaty, the Danes were allowed to retain the land they had conquered, but they must be baptized. After peace was established, the BURLINGHAM returned to their homes, but with the lost of most of their property, they established new homes and made a fresh start. The name of BURLINGHAM and BYRLINGHAMINGA appear quite frequently in the ancient Saxon Chronicles; the final suffix “inga” being dropped prior to the Norman Invasion in the eleventh century. The suffix “ing” still remains in many English names and coupled with the Anglo suffix “hame” meaning home or clan, gives us such names as Birmingham, Burlingham, Cheltingham, Cunningham, Dillingham, etc..  These names ending in “ingahams” are not common in the south of England. In East Angila, the “ingahams” are quite numerous. In Suffolk they are found in the northern part, at no considerable distance from the Waveney River and in Norfolk in the south along the Waveney and Yare Rivers and near the coast of the now famous Norfolk Broads.

The name BURLINGHAM was spelled in many ways, some of which are: BYRLINGHAM (Worcester Rolls, 972 AD); BAELINGAM (Crawford Charters, 998 AD); BERLINGENAM, BIRLINGHAM, BERLINGAHAM, BURLINGHAM, BERLINGHAM, (Domesday Book, 1086 AD); BERLINGAHAM, BURLINGHAM, BURLINGAME (Fleet of Fines 1198 AD). After the twelfth century, the name was generally spelled BURLINGHAM.

In the County of Norfolk, east of Norwich the cathedral city, on the Yare River; halfway between Norwich and Yarmouth and near Acle are three parishes known as: Burlingham St. Peter, Burlingham St. Andrew, and Burlingham St. Edmund. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin R. BURLINGAME of Minneapolis, MN visited these places in England in 1960 and while there gathered considerable data on the BURLINGHAMs of Norfolk County, England, much of which appears in the following records. The Church, Burlingham St. Peter in North Burlingham, was built about 1050 AD and is now in complete ruins and overgrown with brush. Burlingham St. Andrew was built about 1275 AD and is still standing but is no longer in use. In this church is a monument to the Robert BURLINGHAM family. Burlingham St. Edmund is located in South Burlingham and was built around 1500 AD and is still used occasionally. About three-fourths of a mile from Burlingham St. Edmund stands Burlingham Hall, also built about 1500 AD and was the home of some of the early BURLINGHAMs. While in England, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin BURLINGAME met the gentleman, who a few years before had discovered a tunnel that ran from Burlingham St. Edmund to Burlingham Hall. When this tunnel was built and for what purpose is unknown; it has been sealed off many, many years ago and forgotten about. Burlingham Hall is one of the show places of England and is still used as a residence. The last time Kaiser Willhelm visited his grandmother, Queen Victoria of England, his royal party were quartered in Burlingham Hall, now a part of the Crown Lands.

Many of these early BURLINGHAMs served as knights and in turn were granted a fee. A Knight’s fee was the first, most universal, esteemed and most honorable species of land holding, and an owner of a Knight’s fee, or in other words, a Knight, in feudal times was bound to attend his Lord to the wars for forty days for each fee held, besides other incidents peculiar to the age of chivalry. Oft times a Lordship grew out of these Knight̓s fees. (For further description of Knighthood and Knight̓s fees see Blackstone̓s “Commentaries on the Common Laws of England.”) The title of Knight was not hereditary, but the right to use their coat-of-arms was permissable.

Many of the early records of Norfolk County, England have been destroyed and are by no means complete. Some of the BURLINGHAMs mentioned in the early records are as follows:

Hugh DE BIRLINGHAM, knighted by William the Conqueror about 1075 AD.

Walterus DE BIRLINGHAM was a witness to a deed confirming a grant to the Abbey of St. Benel of Holme, Norfolk County in 1163 AD.

Elfide BIRLINGHAM was granted land in Birmingham and said grant was witnessed by Nicholas DE BIRLINGHAM. No date given.

In the fourth year of the reign of King John (1203 AD), a fine was levied between Joceline DE BURLINGHAM and Matilda, his wife; William DE BURLINGHAM and Margaret, his wife; John DE DEPENAM and Isabel, his wife, and Emme, their sister, to Edwin CARPENTER and Jeffrey DE AMBLIE for 32 acres in Massingham, a half a knight̓s fee in Begheton, no consideration mentioned, but 20 marks of silver mentioned for the knight̓s fee. (Evidently this was the settlement of an estate.)

John DE DEPENHAM and Isabel his wife, leases to Joceline DE BURLINGHAM and Matilda, his wife, 5 acres in Oxburg at 18 shillings sterling, and 12 acres in Burlingham, the regrant for the lives of Joceline and Matilda at 4 shillings per year, for which regrant they pay 5 marks of silver.

Ailward DE BIRLINGHAM and Edwin, his son, leases Lingwode land to Gilbert DE LINGWODE and Richard, his son (ca. 1205 AD)

William, son of Brictric DE BIRLINGHAM, granted lands in South Berlingham, no date given.

In the “Monasticon Anglicanum of Dugdale” is a charter of confirmation from King Henry III in the 19th year of his reign (1235 AD) listing donatories to the founding and maintenance of a Benedictine Monastery at Bungay, is the following notations: “ – of the gift of Roger, son of Rynuld DE BIRLINGHAM, thirty denarates of the rent of the lands of which Robert HOG of Lingwood holds of the same Roger.”  Another entry reads: “ – of the gift of Roger, son of Rynuld DE BIRLINGHAM, one-half of all white fish.” If said Roger was able to contribute such a sum to the maintenance of the Monastery, it is probable that he held at least one Knight̓s fee and probably more than one fee.

George DE BIRLINGHAM held one fee in the 41st year of the reign of Henry III (1250 AD) but was not a Knight.

1288 AD – 16th year of the reign of King Edward I – Matilda DE CATTON, widow of Alexander DE BIRLINGHAM, sells St. Martin land to Robert DE MARTHAM.

1289 AD – 17th year of the reign of King Edward I – Laurence DE BIRLINGHAM, tanner, purchased St. Peter de Parmentergate land from Robert DE NOVO, Castro Subter-Liman, cementarius, and Rosa, his wife.

1290 AD – 18th year of the reign of King Edward I – Matilda DE CATTON, relict of Allan (Alexander) DE BIRLINGHAM, deceased, sells St. Vedast land to Laurence DE BIRLINGHAM and Letitia his wife.

1298 AD – 26th year of the reign of King Edward I – Laurence DE BYRLINGHAM, tanner, and Enuna, his wife, sell St. Stephen land to Hugo DE SWATHEFFIELD.

1298 AD – 26th eyar [sic] of the reign of King Edward I – William DE BIRLINGHAM sells St. Gregory land to Thomas BRUMAN of Neuton next to Castleacre.

1310 AD, 3rd year of the reign of King Edward II- Laurence DE BIRLINGHAM purchased land in St. Cuthbert from Richard DE WALCOTE.

1312 AD – 5th year of the reign of King Edward II – Alice, widow of Sir Roger DE HALES, Knight, and Roger, his son, rector of Norton, sells St. Vedast land to Roger DE BIRLINGHAM and Idania, his wife.

1312 AD – 5th year of the reign of King Edward II- Roger DE BIRLINGHAM, tanner, of Norwich, and Ida, his wife, sell St. Vedast land to Agnes, daughter of Hugh DURRANT of Tacolston.

1320 AD – 13th year of the reign of King Edward II – Roger, son of Laurence DE BIRLINGHAM, chaplin, sells land in St. Bartholomew to Laurence DE BIRLINGHAM, tanner of Norwich and William, son of Robert atte Chirche of Hakeford and Ethe, his wife.

1322 AD – 15th year of the reign of King Edward II – Roger DE BURLINGHAM, John TOLLE, butcher, and Geoffley GERNEYSE, purchase St. Stephen land from Walter DE BERI and Margaret, his wife.

1322 AD – 15th year of the reign of King Edward II – Otes DE BAERLINGHAM, Knight Bachelor, taken prisoner at Boroughbridge, March 16, 1322 for fighting against the King.

1324 AD – 17th year of the reign of King Edward II – Stephen DE BIRLINGHAM and Matilda, his wife, purchase land in St. George de Colgate from Walter COKEREL and Alice, his wife.

1329 AD – 3rd year in the reign of King Edward III – Stephen DE BIRLINGHAM and Matilda, his wife, purchase land in St. George de Colgate from John DE PORINGLOND and Catherine, his wife.

1329 AD – 3rd year in the reign of King Edward III – Stephen DE BIRLINGHAM and Matilda, his wife, sell land in St. George de Colgate to Alan DE GYSELINGHAM and Alice. his wife.

1333 AD – 6th year in the reign of King Edward III – Stephen DE BIRLINGHAM and Matilda, his wife, sell St. George de Colgate land to Hugh GODESMAN and Beatrix, his wife.

1335 AD – 8th year in the reign of King Edward III – John DE ALDERFORDE, Chaplin, and Geoffrey DE PASTON, smith, executors of John DE WYMEDHAN. deed St. Olave land to Geoffrey DE BAUGURGE and Stephen DE BIRLINGHAM. Geoffiey DE BAUGURGE and Stephen DE BIRLINGHAM and Matilda, his wife, deed same land back to Geoffrey DE PASTON on same day.

1337 AD – 10th year in the reign of King Edward III – Stephen DE BIRLINGHAM and Matilda, his wife, sells land in St. George de Colgate and St. Clement de Fibriggs to Edmund COSYIN.

1339 AD – 12th year in the reign of King Edward III – Roger DE BIRLIINGHAM, tanner, and Ida, his wife, sell land in St. Vedast to William DE DONSTON.

The records for 1340 to 1500 AD have not been checked. Further research is now being made. A record has been found showing that a coat-of-arms was granted to Sir Richard BURLIINGHAM, no date given.  Also in 1351, several mentions are made of Sir Adam DE BIRLINGHAM.

(from the “BURLINGAME Manuscripts – Book 1” by Nelson BURLINGAME, NEHGS, CS71B 9613 1986)

JOSHUA BURLINGAME̓S WILL

Will dated 8 Oct. 1784

“I give and bequeath to my two sons Israel Burlingame and Eleazer Burlingame the sum of one shilling each, making in the whole two shillings, they having received their portions. To daughters, Margaret Gorton, Lillis Briggs, Mary Burlingame and to one son Nathan, farming tools and tackling and whatever else I have for the use of farming and coopering, to him my said son Nathan, his heirs and assigns forever. Son Nathan, sole Executor.”

Will proven 7 Sept. 1790.

The Ancestry of Eunice Burlingame who Married Ichabod Mattocks and Migrated to Western New York

28 May 2009 3 comments

Source: Alfred W. Little, The Ancestry of Eunice Burlingame who Married Ichabod Mattocks and Migrated to Western New York ( (Silver Spring, Maryland: unpublished manuscript, 1997).

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THE ANCESTRY OF EUNICE BURLINGAME
WHO MARRIED ICHABOD MATTOCKS AND MIGRATED TO WESTERN NEW YORK
COMPILED BY ALFRED W. LITTLE
[…], SILVER SPRING, MD. 20910
AUGUST 25, 1997

This effort is extracted from Nelson BURLINGAME, Burlingame Manuscript I.  Merrilan, Wisconsin: Privately Printed, 1971, pages 2-272, passim.  BURLINGAME’S undocumented study comprises several volumes, tracing the BURLINGAME family from colonial times to the present.  Additional data is from material assembled by the late Glen ALLEN of Topeka, Kansas and his recently deceased sister, Mrs. Maxine HOBBLE, of Wakarusa, Kansas, both of whom were active in researching the MATTOCKS, the RUGG, and the BURLINGAME families.  Sources that I have been able to document are cited immediately following the data.

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ROGER BURLINGAME, son of Thomas and Elizabeth (HOWARD) BURLINGAME, born Kent Co., England Jan. 24, 1620, died Mashantatack (Cranston), R.I., Sept. 1, 1718 (VR of RI, 1st series, vol. II:52); married, first, England, about 1646, Jacolyn HUNTINGDON, died England; married, second, Warwick, R.I., Oct. 3, 1663 Mrs. MARY (LIPPITT) BARLINSTONE, born Providence Plantations, R.I., March 3, 1643, died Mashantatack July 5, 1718, daughter of John and Martha (_____) LIPPITT and widow of William BARLINSTONE, whom she had married on March 23, 1661.  See below for information regarding John LIPPITT.

At the age of sixteen Roger BURLINGAME enlisted in the British Army, serving in the regiment of his uncle, Roger BURLINGHAM, and eventually reaching the rank of Captain.  After his marriage and the birth of his son, Captain Roger BURLINGAME and his company were ordered to America; he landed with his troops at Boston on May 10, 1650.  Soon after reaching America he resigned his commission and went up into the Connecticut Valley for the purpose of purchasing a farm, with the intention of bringing his wife and child to America, only to learn that his wife had died.

He was a witness to Court held at Stonington, Conn. in 1654.  He and Thomas GRIFFIAN (said to have been the brother-in-law of Roger BURLINGAME, having married his sister, Elizabeth BURLINGAME) purchased one hundred acres of land on Feb. 16, 1656 at Pequot (now New London), Conn. located on the east side ‘of the brook Called misticke’.  (Suffolk Deed III:455).  He sold this farm on March 1, 1659.

John HARRUD, Roger BURLINGHAM and Thomas RALPH were recognized as the first English settlers of Mashantatuck (Sidney S. Rider, History of Rhode Island Lands).  The three settlers claimed to have had a grant from the Cooweeseette Indians bearing the date of June 6, 1662 for 4000 acres at Patuxet, at a place called either Mashantatack or Paquabuck (Providence Town Papers 0120,I:53).  By order of the General Assembly of Sept. 25, 1671, they were ordered to make the rate and levy the assessments on the inhabitants of Mashantatack.

Roger BURLINGHAM was elected Deputy to represent Warwick at the General Assembly of May 6, 1690.  However, he was not accepted as Deputy since he claimed residence in two jurisdictions (Warwick and Mashantatuck; the Assembly declared the election illegal, ruling that BURLINGHAM resided in Mashantatuck (Proceedings of the General Assembly May 16, 1690).  At a Town Meeting of Elections on June 6, 1698 Roger BURLINGAME was chosen as one of seven members of the Town Council.

Roger BURLINGAME and his family were of the Quaker faith.  For many years up until 1711, the “Friends” held their meetings in his mansion house (May Day Souvenir of May 2, 1882, The Oak Lawn Baptist Church of Providence).

[JOHN LIPPITT, born England in 1597, died Warwick, 1667 and MARTHA (MARY?) his wife, settled in Salem, Mass.  In September, 1635, Roger WILLIAMS and others were banished from Salem because of their religious views.  In 1636 WILLIAMS and four companions built their homes in the wilderness on land he purchased from the Indians.  In 1638 there were two divisions of this land and John LIPPITT’s name was sixth on a list of fifty-two persons who then held homelots in Providence Plantations.  On May 2, 1640 John LIPPITT signed a compact containing proposals for a form of government under the first charter.  In 1647 he represented Providence Plantations as it met with other towns for the purpose of forming a government.  He removed to Warwick, becoming a recorded landowner in 1648, the year he was elected a member of the Warwick Town Council.  Children: Nathaniel; John married Ann GREEN or GROVE; Mary; Moses married Mary KNOWLES; Joseph; Rebecca married Joseph HOWARD (Children’s names from Genealogy of R.I. Families from the NEHGR.  Baltimore: GPC, 1989. Vol. I:661)].

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Roger BURLINGAME’s will, dated Nov. 28, 1715 and proved Sept. 13, 1718, named his wife Mary [who had predeceased him], daughters Mercy, Alice, sons Roger, Peter, Thomas, John, as well as several grandchildren and two sons-in-law.  All children were to share equally, the moveable estate being valued at 199 pounds: 13: 8.  Son Roger received fifty acres, and John, Thomas, and Roger received 20s. each.

Glen ALLEN, (hereafter GA), stated that Roger’s father was George Thomas BURLINGAME from Darwich, Kent, England.  He wrote that Roger̓s first wife was Mary (_____) with whom he had one son, Roger, Jr., born in England.  He then married in Rhode Island in October, 1663 Widow Mary BARLINGSTON with whom he had four children.  In 1672 he married Mary LIPPETT with whom he had five children.  ALLEN also indicated that Mary LIPPETT was the daughter of John and Mary LIPPETT and an older sister of Martha LIPPETT who married Roger BURLINGAME’s son, Thomas.

Children of Roger BURLINGAME:

1.  Roger, born in Coventry, Eng., 1648, died Mashantatack, Feb. 10, 1678; married Mary Elizabeth, born England, 1651, died Mashantatack, July 8, 1672, their infant son dying at the same time (Data copied on May 20, 1765 by William BURLINGAME, Jr. (William 4-William 3-Roger 2-Roger 1) from gravestones in the old family burial ground on the farm of the first Roger BURLINGAME).

2.  John BURLINGAME, born Warwick, R.I. Aug. 1, 1664 (VR, 1st series, Vol. I, Kent Co.), died Warwick June 24, 1719; married Warwick, Nov. 19, 1688 his first cousin Mary Knowles LIPPETT, born Warwick about 1666, died Cranston, R.I. Jan. 13, 1708, daughter of Moses and Mary (KNOWLES) LIPPETT.  Nine children: John, 1690; Roger, 1692; James, 1694; Barlingstone, 1698; Benjamin, about 1700; Persis, 1703; David, 1706; Patience; Mercy.

3.  Thomas, born Mashantatack, Feb. 6, 1667, died Warwick July 9, 1758; married Warwick Oct. 5, 1686 his first cousin Martha LIPPETT, born Providence about 1670, died Cranston 1723, daughter of Moses and Mary (KNOWLES) LIPPETT; married, secondly, 1726, Mrs. Hannah (GARDINER) WESTCOTT.  Children: Thomas 1688; Moses 1690; Samuel 1692; Peter 1694; Margaret 1696; Mary 1698; Sarah, about 1700; Freelove 1704; Joshua 1706; Alice; Patience 1702; Stephen 1711.

4.  Mary, born Mashantatack Jan. 14, 1668, died Warwick Oct. 14, 1760; married Warwick Dec. 19, 1689 Amos STAFFORD, born Warwick Nov. 8, 1665, died Warwick Oct. 8, 1760, son of Samuel and Mercy (WESTCOTT) STAFFORD.  Known children: Mary 1690; Samuel 1692; Mercy 1694; Amos 1702; Stuckley 1704; Patience 1707; Freelove 1709.

5.  Jane, born Mashantatack about 1672, died Warwick after 1718; married about 1691 John POTTER born Warwick Nov. 21, 1668, died Warwick Feb. 5, 1711; married secondly 1711 Edward POTTER, both sons of John and Ruth (FISHER) POTTER.  Children: John 1692; Amy, about 1695; William about 1700; Mary about 1701; Fisher Sept. 29, 1706; Alice about 1709.  By second marriage: John.

6.  Alice, born Mashantatack about 1673; married Oliver HAZZARD.  She died a few days after birth of first child, Deborah.

7.  Mercy, born Mashantatack Aug. 3, 1675, died before 1715; married about 1692 Othneil GORTON, born Warwick Sept. 22, 1669, died Cranston June 13, 1733, son of John and Margaret (WEEDEN) GORTON.  Children: Israel, about 1693; John 1698; Frances Mar. 15, 1707.

8.  Roger, born Mashantatack, May 30, 1678.

9.  Peter, born Sept. 7, 1680, died unmarried Dec. 2, 1712.

10.  Elizabeth, born Mashantatack Jan. 9, 1684, died Providence May 5, 1752; married Providence Oct. 5, 1706 Thomas ARNOLD, born Warwick Mar. 24, 1675, died Providence Feb. 3, 1727, son of Richard and Mary (ANGELL) ARNOLD.  She married second 1734 William SPENCER.  Children: Job Nov. 16, 1707; Jonathan Nov. 18, 1708; Mary Oct. 28, 1710; Thomas Nov. 4, 1713; Elizabeth June 3, 1717; Sarah Apr. 10, 1722.

11.  Patience, born Mashantatack May 8, 1685, died Providence Aug. 8, 1746; married Providence July 15, 1710 Thomas OLNEY, born Providence May 18, 1686, died Providence July 28, 1752, son of Epenetus and Mary (WHIPPLE) OLNEY.  Children: Lydia June 22, 1711; Esther July 7, 1714.

ROGER BURLINGAME, son of Roger and Mary (LIPPETT) BURLINGAME, born Mashantatack, R.I. May 30, 1678, died Coventry, R.I. Dec. 13, 1765; married Dec. 21, 1699 SARAH ELEANOR, born Braintree, Mass Apr 24, 1682, died Coventry Aug. 3, 1761, daughter of Jonathan and Sarah (ADAMS) SWEET.

An early record of Dec. 16, 1699 notes that Roger BURLINGAME brought in a wolf head and received a bounty of ten shillings. He was a Lieutenant in the Coventry Militia 1716 to 1719 when he was made Captain.  He took part in Queen Anne’s War and was wounded when the English captured Port Royal in 1710.

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In the division of his father’s homestead he received the southeast part.  On June 4, 1722 he deeded to his son Josiah 20 acres of the old homestead, calling Josiah the eldest son.  On Sept. 15, 1731 he deeded part of the old homestead to his son William, calling him the youngest son.  On May 5, 1746 he deeded a parcel to his son Jonathan.

Children of Roger and Sarah Eleanor (SWEET) BURLINGAME:

1.  Josiah Ichabod, born Mashantatack June 3, 1701, died East Greenwich, R.I. May 1, 1776; married April 1722 Patience BURLINGAME, born Cranston June 15, 1702, died after Dec., 1778, daughter of Thomas and Martha LIPPITT BURLINGAME.  Glen ALLEN wrote that Josiah married Sarah WILLIAMS in 1749.  Possibly Josiah Jr.?  Children: Josiah Ichabod, June 3, 1723; Freelove, July 7, 1725; Roger Sept. 6, 1728; John about 1730; William about 1732; Eleanor about 1734.

2.  Jonathan, born Warwick about 1704; married Mary GREENE, daughter of Philip and Elizabeth (WICKES) GREENE.  Children: Phebe; Eunice; Elisha about 1732.

3.  Freelove.

4.  William, born Warwick Sept. 30, 1710.

WILLIAM BURLINGAME, son of Roger and Sarah Eleanor (SWEET) BURLINGAME, born Warwick Sept. 30, 1710, died Coventry, R.I. May 16, 1775 (1772?); married Cranston Nov. 30, 1729 PHEBE ALICE GREENE, born Cranston July 10, 1712, died Coventry Aug. 30, 1776, daughter of Philp and Elizabeth (WICKES) GREENE.  (Phebe Alice 5-Philip 4-John 3-Benjamin 2 of the first John GREENE of Wickford, R.I., not Surgeon John GREENE of Warwick).

William also had a short first marriage to Susanna HOPKINS but no children were reported.  (Notes of Glen ALLEN).

William BURLINGAME’s will dated at West Greenwich, R.I. May 2, 1772 (proved July 30, 1772?) mentions wife Alice; daughters Rose ALLERTON, Prudence BURLINGAME, Abel PIERCE, Freelove PIERCE, Luranne BURLINGAME; sons Ephraim and William BURLINGAME; and grandchildren Clark, Wanton, Ephraim, William, Lucretia, and Elizabeth BURLINGAME, children of deceased son Ephraim (Coventry Prob. Rec. I:34-36; abstract in R.I. Gen. Reg II:140, which states will was proved July 30, 1772).

Children of William and Phebe Alice (GREENE) BURLINGAME:

1.  Rose, born Coventry about 1731; married Coventry Aug. 6, 1750 Mansir COOPER; married, second, July 17, 1754 John ALLERTON, born Norwich, Conn., Aug. 23, 1720.  Children, all by second marriage: Jerusha Jan. 21, 1755; Sarah June 8, 1757; Freelove Aug. 1759; Roger Oct. 1, 1761; John Feb. 13, 1764; Betsey July 3, 1766; Russell Nov. 27, 1768; Rose Marie Mar. 11, 1771.

2.  Prudence

3.  Luranne

4.  Ephriam born 1738.

5.  William born Coventry, Dec. 27, 1744, died Rochester, N.Y. Sept. 28, 1830; married West Greenwich Dec. 13, 1764 Ruth BROWN (RI VR, V.7), born Nov. 30, 1748, died Coventry Sept. 24, 1772; married second Coventry 1776 Penelope (DARLING) WILSON, born Cumberland, R.I. 1742, died Coventry 1792.  Children: Mary April 10, 1765; Son, born and died Jan. 1768; Ruth, Oct. 1, 1769; Nancy June 4, 1772; Lydia June 12, 1777; Susan Oct. 18, 1779; William III July 26, 1781; Samuel Apr. 15, 1784.

6.  Alice, born Warwick about 1746; married West Greenwich Jan. 27, 1769 Azriekam PEIRCE of Warwick (RI VR 1680-1860, Princeton, Mass, 1980, Vol. 7).

7.  Jonathan 1748; married Sophia.  His brother William wrote in his diary under date Oct. 4, 1768: ‘Jonathan and mother quarreled, father joined in and Jonathan has left home, says he is going to Penn., the Wyoming Valley…. I gave him my best gun, my blessing and some money and prayed that he comes out all right.  Mother and the girls spoiled him and now that mother has her GREENE back up, everything the boy does is wrong, but I did think father had more sense than to order him out and tell him “never to come back”.  In William’s obituary in a Rochester newspaper dated Sept. 30, 1830, Jonathan BURLINGAME is listed as a surviving brother living in Williamsport, Pa.

8.  Freelove, born Warwick about 1750; married West Greenwich Jan. 27, 1769 Azriekam PEIRCE. Jr. of Warwick (Ibid.).

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EPHRIAM BURLINGAME, son of William and Phebe Alice (GREENE) BURLINGAME, born Coventry, R.I. 1738, died Shaftsbury, Bennington Co., Vermont May 4, 1771 (Vermont VR); married Greenwich about 1756 JULIA STETSON.

A farmer and cooper, he resided at Coventry, West Greenwich, and Shafisbury, Vt.  His name does not appear in the Shaftsbury Town Index of Land Records.  He died at the age of 33 and is buried in the Center Cemetery, Shaftsbury (Vermont VR).  The names of the children were mentioned in the will of their grandfather, William BURLINGAME.

Children, all born in West Greenwich, RI. with exception of Ephriam.:

1.  Clark, born Oct. 17,1737

2.  William, born 1765, died after 1850; married Clarissa HYLAND, died before 1850; married second Irene _____, born Vermont 1778, died after 1850 census was taken.  A soldier in the Revolutionary War, representing Vermont, serving 66 days in 1780 in Colonel Ebenezer ALLEN’s Detachment (Rolls of Soldiers in the Revolutionary War, 1775-1783.  Rutland: Vermont General Assembly, 1904, p. 247).  In 1790 and 1850 Census for Shaftsbury, Vermont.  Children: Lillis, 1784; Lyman 1785; Clark 1787; Ona 1797; Fanny, about 1798; Rebecca 1804; Onna 1806.

3.  Wanton, born Feb. 19, 1762, died Attica, Wyoming Co., N.Y. Sept. 9, 1853 (Historical Wyoming, May 1948, II:73, Records of Attica Center Cemetery); married Lucy STONE, born April 1, 1761, died Attica May 1848 (Ibid.).  A soldier in the Revolutionary War, representing Vermont, serving three six month enlistments in 1779, 1780, and 1781, Colonel Ira ALLEN’s Regiment.  Census of 1790-he was residing in Queensbury, Washington Co., N.Y. and in 1820 he was residing in Alexander, Genesee Co., N.Y.  Received a Rev. War Pension as of Aug. 12, 1833, age 71, a resident of Genessee Co., NY.  (Pension Rolls of 1833: Baltimore GPC, II:403)  Children: Simon about 1781; Uriah, died young; Salome; Clarissa about 1788; Ephriam 1791; Amey 1793; Mary ‘Polly’ 1796; Wanton 1798; Betsey 1799; Diantha 1801; Lucinda; Julia Ann; Sarah ‘Sally[’] died 1823; Lucretia 1813.

4.  Lucretia

5.  Elizabeth

6.  Ephriam, born Shaftsbury 1769; married, first Ruby GILLET (Glen ALLEN); second Desire _____, born R.I. 1770.  Residing in Caldwell, Warren Co., N.Y. 1830 (Census).  Residing with Henry BURLINGAME household in 1850, he age 81, Desire 80.

~~~5~~~

CLARK BURLINGAME, son of Ephriam and Julia STETSON (?) BURLINGAME, born West Greenwich, R.I. Oct. 17, 1757, died Door Village, LaPorte, Indiana Jan. 13, 1843; married Fairfield, Franklin Co., Vermont Dec. 6. 1777 PATIENCE SOPER, born Fairfield Nov. 7, 1757, died Utica, N.Y. July 24, 1829, believed to be the daughter of Dr. Joel and Rachel (HILLS) SOPER (Glen ALLEN).

Clark BURLINGAME served in the Vermont Militia in Captain Jonas GALUSHA’s Company, Colonel HERRICK’s Regiment for eight days service in the alarm of October, 1780.  The company marched 55 miles; he was paid 1:9:0 (Rolls of Soldiers in the Revolutionary War, 1775-1783, op. cit., p. 247).  A family legend from his grandson says he was a member of Colonel Sam HERRICK’s Regiment of thirty men who attacked Skenesboro during the battle of Ft. Ticonderoga in May, 1775.  No record of this reported service has been found (Glen ALLEN̓s notes).  **Check rolls for GALUSHA’s and HERRICK’s hometowns**

In 1790 Clark and family were residents of Smithfield, Chittenden Co., Vt.  The household consisted of two males over 16, two males under 16, and seven females (U.S. Census 1790).  He was one of the first Justices of the Peace in Fletcher, Chittenden County, Vermont and in 1798 he was Justice in Fairfield.  He was deeded land in “Fairfield, formerly called Smithfield”, County of Chittenden on October 19, 1793 and again on Sept. 6, 1794 (Fairfield, Franklin County Land Records 2:163 and 2:164).  [Obviously Fairfield County on the Canadian border was formed from the northern part of Chittenden County].  The family’s removal from this area is signaled by land deeds executed in 1798 and 1799.  Clark BURLINGAME sold 100 acres in 1797, additional land also in 1797 and 150 acres on March 3, 1798 (Fairfield, Franklin Co. Land Records 3:150, 4:70, and 3:171).  Two deeds executed in 1798 and 1799 describe him as a resident of Tinmouth, Rutland Co, Vt.  On Dec. 29, 1798 Clark BURLINGAME of Tinmouth signed at Tinmouth a deed transferring title of land in Smithfield

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Franklin Co. and on March 6, 1799 he returned to Fairfield where he signed a deed, neither of which were co-signed by his wife (Fairfield Land Records 4:71 and 4:110).

The following year three families of BURLINGAMEs, Clark, Ephriam, and Wanton, were residing in Queensbury, Washington County, N.Y.  (1800 New York Census, Washington Co. Clark BURLINGIM, p. 210; Ephriam BURLINGIM, p. 202; Wonton BURLINGIM, p. 201).  *Check Composition of each household*

By 1805 Clark and family were residing in Attica, then part of Genessee Co., New York.  He is named as being among those immigrants – a carpenter by trade – who came to Attica Town in 1805, locating up Crow Creek near the center of town.  (F.W. Beers, History of Wyoming Co., N.Y.  New York: F.W. Beers, 1880, p. 126-7).  A deed for land purchased from the Holland Land Co. (Town 10, Range 2) was recorded in 1805.  **Source – probably Karen Livsey. Western NY Land Transactions. Baltimore: GPC, 1996. Check*

In 1810 the family was found in Sheldon, Genessee County.  **Census composition**  Patience is believed to have died in 1829 in Augusta or Utica, Oneida Co., N.Y. where her parents and son, Clark, lived.  In 1830 Clark, Sr. was living next door to sons Spencer and Abel in Putnam Co., Indiana.  **Census**  In 1840 he was in Milwaukee with his son Spencer.  **Census**  He was living in Door Township, LaPorte Co., Indiana when he died and was buried in Kingston Cemetery of that county in 1843.  (Margaret Waters. Rev. Soldiers Buried in Indiana (1942). Baltimore: GPC, 1967 and Glen ALLEN notes).

Children of Clark and Patience (SOPER?) BURLINGAME, all born Fairfield, Franklin Co., Vt. with exception of Spencer:

1.  Amey Sept. 6, 1778

2.  EUNICE LORRAINE, born Jan. 14, 1781, died probably Gerry, Chautauqua Co., N.Y., Jan. 5, 1857; married probably Queensbury, Washington Co., N.Y., Jan. 24, 1802 ICHABOD MAITOCKS, born Litchfield, Conn. Dec. 23, 1773, died Independence, Allegany Co., N.Y. Mar. 4, 1833, son of James and Sarah (PIERCE) MATTOCKS.  Their son James MATTOCKS married Elizabeth ‘Betsy’ RUGG, their daughter Cornelia Adele MNITOCKS and her husband Clark Benjamin ELY were the parents of Lilly Victoria (ELY) LITTLE.

(Glen ALLEN’s grandmother claimed the Eunice-Ichabod wedding took place at Utica, New York.  No record of this marriage except a bible record of the date has been found (Notes of Glen ALLEN).  The BURLINGAME and MATTOCKS families were near neighbors in the 1800 Queensbury, N.Y. census (Census, Washington Co., pages 209-10).

3.  Abel, born Jan. 19, 1783, died Green Lake, Wis., Nov. 5, 1853; married Jan. 29, 1812 Mary BURLINGAME, daughter of Wanton and Lucy (STONE) BURLINGAME.  Abel served in the War of 1812.  (Abel married Polly BROTHERS-Glen ALLEN notes).

4.  Mary Nov. 16, 1784.

5  William Nov. 30, 1786

6.  Lucinda

7.  Spencer Clark, born Smithfield, Vt. Nov. 9, 1794, died Cudahy, Wis. Jan. 27, 1868; married Bethbira WILDER, born Mar. 21, 1797; died Cudahy Oct. 4, 1837.  A cooper and farmer, he resided in Vermont, Pennsylvania, New York, Indiana and Wisconsin.  Received land for services, 1812-14.  Children: Elvira born 1816; Alanson; Cynthia; Lyman; Esther; John; Patience; Clark; Mary; Philomela; Seth; Electa; Lucinda, born 1837.

8.  Clark, Jr., died after 1830. (Glen ALLEN)

9.  Phobe K. married 1827 Jesse Gorum HANFORD (Glen ALLEN)

10.  A son, after 1800 (Glen ALLEN)

Burlingame-Burlingham, 1620-1983

27 May 2009 Leave a comment

Source: Michael Burlingame, “Re: Burlingame-Burlingham, 1620-1983,” at http://genforum.genealogy.com/burlingame/messages/179.html, posted 27 November 1999.

Re: Burlingame-Burlingham, 1620-1983

Posted by: Michael Burlingame            Date: November 27, 1999 at 08:31:49

In Reply to: Re: Burlingame-Burlingham,1620-1983 by Audrey Burlingham Madison

Sorry for the delay Audrey! My line is:

  • Roger & Mary
  • John & Mary Knowles
  • Roger & Sarah Baker
  • William & Phebe Alice Greene
  • Ephriam & Julia Stetson
  • Clerk (Clark) & Patience Soper
  • Spencer Clerk (Clark) & Bethbira Wilder
  • Alanson George & Sarah Jane Wheeler
  • Schuyler Colfax & Emma Lucy Warn
  • Wilfred Guy & Esther Viola Heath
  • Larry Addison & Darlene Ruth Ploman

Ancestors of WNYGS Members

10 May 2009 Leave a comment

Source: Western New York Genealogical Society, Ancestors of WNYGS Members, Volume 1 (Hamburg, New York: Penobscot Press, 1993), page 40.

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NAME BIRTH DEATH MARR SPOUSE FATHER MOTHER MEM
BURLINGAME, Arthur Middleton 1830 1901 NY 1870 LEWIS, Betsy Adell 951
BURLINGAME, Clark 1757 RI 1843 IN 1777 VT SOPER, Patience Ephraim STETSON, Julia 1964
BURLINGAME, Nellie 1872 NY 1959 NY BENSON, Lyman Newton Arthur M. LEWIS, Betsy Adell 951
BURLINGAME, Sarah 1843 NY 1933 NY ADAMS, George W. 419

[1964  Mr. Howard F. PACKARD  3639 Cedar Ave.  Minneapolis, MN  55407]

Genealogy Page – Hartford Times

7 May 2009 Leave a comment

Source: “Genealogy Page,” Hartford Times (microfilm).

[The dates preceding the following entries correspond to the issue of the Hartford Times in which the article originally appeared.]

17 August 1940 – Queries:

7318 … (4) KILBORN-(—).  Data, of Abraham KILBORN, d. Feb. 25, 1776, and of his wife, Rebecca (—), d. June 16, 1767, prob. of Wethersfield.  Son, Jesse KILBORN mar. Feb. 24, 1765, Sarah MATTOCKS.  Her data wanted.

21 September 1940 – Queries:

7454 … (2) BURDELL-MATTOCKS.  Data, of Sarah BURDELL (BIRDWELL) who mar. Hartford, Mar. 14, 1763, Capt. Samuel MATTOCKS.

11 January 1941 – Queries:

8087 … (5) MANN-PARKHURST.  Data, of Phebe PARKHURST b. July 2, 1768, d. Montpelier, Vt., Dec. 22, 1846, mar. Solomon (6) MANN (John-5-4-Nathaniel-3-Richard-2-1-) b. Orford, N.H., Aug. 19, 1768, d. Montpelier, Aug. 11, 1825.  Census 1790 has a John PARKHURST living in Orford, N.H.  Was he related to Phebe?  MANN children were: 1-Phebe, b. 1788, d. India, ae. 71, mar. Rev. George HOUGH; 2-Emily, b. 1791, d. N.H., 1856, mar. Henry OAKES, son of David; 3-Solomon, 1792, d. Mich., mar. Frances C. KELLAM; 4-William, 1794, d. N.Y., of Mich., mar. Ruth HAZELTINE; 5-George Sparrowhawk, b. 1796, d. San Francisco, mar. Laura MATTOCKS; 6-Almira, b. 1799, d. 1879, mar. Ephraim Curtis PARKS; 7-Hiram, b. 1802, d. 1843; 8-John Parkhurst, b. 1804, mar. Hannah P. BAILEY; 9-Maria, b. 1806, d. Vt., mar. Henry RICHARDSON; 10-Henry, b. 1807, d. Vt.; 11-Albert, b. 1809, d. 1892.  Would like to correspond with descendants.

13 June 1942 – Queries:

A-993 … (8) KILBORN-MATTOCKS.  Jesse KILBORN, son of Abraham of Wethersfield and Litchfield mar. there Feb. 24, 1765, Sarah MATTOCKS whose data asked.  B.C.L.

10 February 1945 – Answers:

A-4394–(5) T.E.T. Oct. 28, 1944.  CLARK-SATERLEE.  Nathan (4) CLARK (Isaac-3, John-2, Thomas-1) b. Norwich, Conn., July 21, 1718, d. Bennington, Vt., Apr. 8, 1792; bur. in church yard of First Ch. of Bennington; was lawyer and patriot during Rev.; speaker of first Gen. Assembly of State of Vt.; mar. Aug. 12, 1741, Abigail SATERLEE of Plainfield, Conn., b. Apr. 12, 1720, dau. of William and Ann.

Children: 1-William, b. May 18, 1742, mar. Keziah MORSE; 2-Nathan Jr., b. Oct. 12, 1743; 3-Abigail, Mar. 31, 1745, mar. — BURNHAM; 4-Mary, Dec. 11, 1746, mar. Charles MILE; 5-Gen. Isaac, Oct. 5, 1748, mar. first Hannah CHITTENDEN, dau. of Gov. of Vt., mar. second, Anne, dau. of Col. Eleazer FITCH and widow of William TEMPLE; 6-Lucy, Aug. 22, 1750, mar. — ROE; 7-Elisha, Sept. 22, 1752, mar. first Betty (JEWELL) SPAFFORD, and second Edna A. MATTOCKS; 8-Rebecca, Aug. 3, 1754, mar. Lemuel HUBBELL; 9-Cyrus, Sept. 12, 1756, mar. Sarah —; 10-Anna, July 15, 1758, mar. — REMINGTON; 11-Caleb, July 14, 1760, mar. Hope —; 12-Merriam, mar. John WEEKS.

First three births recorded in Preston, Book 2, pg. 13, next five in Norwich; birth of Cyrus recorded in Canterbury Book 1, pg. 108; Anna and Caleb in Windham, Book 2, pg. 45; Merriam was prob. b. Bennington, Vt.  J.F.H.

24 March 1945 – Queries:

A-4875 … (5) MATTOCKS-BIRDWELL-BURDELL.  Samuel MATTOCKS of Hartford mar. Mar. 14, 1763, Sarah BURDELL-BIRDWELL; her data asked.  M.M.C.

28 July 1945 – Answers:

A-4931 – (1) S.S.G. April 14, 1945.  CLARK.  Elisha (5) CLARK, (Nathan – 4, Isaac – 3, John – 2, Thomas – 1) b. Norwich, Conn., Sept. 22, 1752, d. Tinmouth, Vt. Dec. 12, 1838; mar. 1st May 22, 1788, Betty (JEWELL) SPOFFORD; mar. 2nd June 19, 1791, Edna A. MATTOCKS.  Children: 1 – Mary, b. 1789, d. 1864, mar. George HODGES; 2 – Elisha, jr.; by second wife: 3 – Nathan Mattocks, b. 1796, d. 1861, mar. 1818, Cynthia SHEPHERD; 4 – Albert S., b. 1802, mar. Ann HERBERT; 5 – Burr R., b. 1804; 6 – Emily, b. Sept. 15, 1808; 7 – Mary Ann, b. 1810.  J.F.H.

17 November 1945 – Queries:

A-5609 — (1) BURLINGAME-SOPER.  Clark (5) BURLINGAME said to be b. New Fairfield, Conn., Oct. 17, 1757, mar. Patience SOPER; was of Fairfield Twp. 1789 and of Smithfield both Chittenden Co. Vt.) 1790.  Full list of children asked, dates and marriages.

(2) BURLINGAME-(—).  William (5) BURLINGAME (Ephraim-4-William-3-Roger-2-1), brother of Caleb (5) above, served in Ebenezer ALLEN’s Regt. Rev. War from Lamoille Co. Vt.  Data of wife; full list of children, dates and marriages.

(3) BURLINGAME-CUMMINGS.  Data of Clark (6) BURLINGAME, b. perhaps Vermont (?) July 28, 1787, and of wife Lucy CUMMINGS, mar. Shaftsbury, Vt., Apr. 27, 1806; d. Oriskany Falls, N.Y., Nov. 1, 1857.  He was prob. son of either William-5- or Clark-5- above.  He was of Manchester Twp. Ben. Co. Vt. census of 1810, under 26 years old, with two sons under 10; “old man William” was there with him.

He was mentioned in Providence, R.I., Gazette, Apr. 16, 1814, while of Vermont; seems to have had Rhode Island connections.

(4) BURLINGAME-MERRIFIELD.  Highland (7) BURLINGAME (Caleb-6-) mar. Betsy Ann MERRIFIELD, b. Mass. 1820; she may have been from Colrain, Becket or Holiston, Mass.  Her data asked.  W.A.D.

21 September 1946 – Queries:

A-6670 … (4) BURLINGAME-GREEN.  William (3) BURLINGAME (Roger-2-1-) of Coventry, R.I. mar. Alice GREEN, b. abt. 1710, d. before 1772; her data asked.

(5) BURLINGAME-SWEET.  Roger (2) BURLINGAME (Roger-1-) of Mashantatuck, and Warwick, R.I. mar. Eleanor SWEET b. abt. 1680; her data asked.  Was she dau. of Jonathan and wife —?  W.L.A.

9 April 1949 – Queries:

B-90 … (3) CROOKER-HALL-HATCH.  Francis (4) CROOKER (Francis-3-and Mary HALL-Jonathan-2-Francis-1-) was b. Marshfield, Mass. July 10, 1720; said to have mar. widow Hannah HATCH.  Her ancestry asked, all missing dates and locations, children and next generation.

Among their chil. were prob. Mary (5) b. March 22, 1759 who may have mar. Bristol, Me.  Ichabod MATTOCKS; Francis (5) b. March 12, 1761, may have mar. Boothbay 1796 Martha KENNEDY and possibly Tranter (5) who may have mar. Anna MATTOCKS.  W.A.W.

19 September 1953 – Queries:

B-5622 — (1) CLARK-SATTERLEE.  Hon. Nathan CLARK, 1718-1792, of Norwich, Conn., and Bennington, Vt., mar. Abigail SATTERLEE.  Were said to have had sons William, b. 1742 (Keziah MORSE); 2-Nathan, b. 1743; 3-Isaac “Old Rifle,” b. 1748 (Hannah CHITTENDEN; 4-Elisha, 1752 (Betty SPAFFORD and 2d Edna MATTOCKS); 5-Cyrus, 1756 (Sarah —); 6-Caleb, 1760 (Hope Ann JACKSON); did any of these sons have a son Alexander of Orwell, Vt., 1806, who mar. 1806 Julia MERRITT of Benson, Vt.?

14 May 1955 – Answers:

B-3762– (3) CLARK-CHITTENDEN — The Hon. Nathan CLARK of this query was a son of Capt. Isaac CLARK (will pr. 6-4-1751) mar. 5-27-1707 Miriam TRACY (b. 4-23-1685) of Norwich, Conn., and grandson of John CLARK (d. 2-10-1708-9) and Mary BURNHAM of Ipswich, Mass.  The Hon. Nathan CLARK was b. Norwich, 7-21-1718 and m. 8-12-1741 Abigail, dau. of Wm. and Ann SATTERLEE of Plainfield.  Their chil. were: Wm. b. 1742, m. Keziah MORSE; Abigail (BURNHAM); Nathan, Jr. b. 1743, d. Battle of Bennington; Mary (MILE); Isaac “Old Rifle” b. 1748, m. 1779 Hannah CHITTENDEN; Lucy (ROE); Elisha b. 1752, m. 1788 1st Betty SPAFFORD, 2d in 1791 Edna MATTOCKS; Rebecca (HUBBELL); Cyrus b. 1756, m. Sarah (—); Anna (REMINGTON); Caleb b. 1760, m. Hope Ann JACKSON; Miriam (WEEKS).  The daus. listed here without b. dates are not in order and I do not have the order.  Ref: Miss Caulkins Hist. of Norwich; Norwich VR; Vt. Hist. Gaz; Vt. Hist. Proceedings; Ipswich in Mass Bay Col (Waters, Vol. 1, 1905); Some Conn. Families (ms by Hayward at Rundel Library, Rochester, N.Y.); Old Houses of Anc. Norwich by Perkins; Norwich VR (Hartford, 1913), and assorted queries and answers from the pages of the Hartford Times since 1913.  Nathan CLARK rem. to Bennington, Vt., in 1762 and in 1778 was Leg. Rep. of Windsor and Speaker of the Assembly.  Sent by L.W.L.

7 April 1956 – Answers:

B-8774–(2) B.M.McC. Feb. 25, 1956.  CLARK-SATTERLEE.  Nathan CLARK, son of Isaac and Miriam (TRACY) CLARK of Norwich, Conn., was b. there July 21, 1718; d. Bennington, Vt. Apr. 8, 1792.  He mar. Aug. 12, 1741, Abigail, b. Plainfield, Conn., Apr. 12, 1720, dau. of William and Ann (AVERY) SATTERLEE; she d. Bennington, Vt., Nov. 11, 1796.

Children, all b. Norwich, were: 1-William, May 18, 1742; 2-Nathan, Oct. 12, 1743, he was killed in Battle of Lexington; 3-Abigail, Mar. 31, 1745; 4-Mary, Dec. 11, 1746; 5-Isaac, Oct. 5, 1748, he mar. Hannah, daughter of Gov. Thomas CHITTENDEN, a Col. in Vermont Militia known as “Old Rifle”; 6-Lucy, Aug. 22, 1750; 7-Elisha, Sept. 22, 1752; 8-Rebecca, Aug. 3, 1754; 9-Cyrus, Sept. 12, 1756; 10-Anne, July 5, 1758; 11-Caleb, July 14, 1761, and Miriam, no date given.

Nathan CLARK was active and prominent in the early period of the land controversy with New York; was frequently Chairman of the General Committees and Conventions of the settlers; was member from Bennington and Speaker of the first General Assembly of the State, 1778.  Also, in 1776 he was chairman of the Bennington Committee of Safety and received the thanks of Gen. GATES for his promptness in supplying the Army at Ticonderoga with flour.  (See Hiland Hall’s Early Hist. of Vt.)  Sent by R.S.F.

B-8774–B.M.McG.  Feb. 25, 1956.  CLARK.–Some additions to above and slightly different statements are here given.  The first three chil. were b. Preston, Conn., next 5 in Norwich; Cyrus in Canterbury, Anna and Caleb in Windham.  William (5) mar. Keziah MORSE; Aigail mar. John BURNHAM Jr.; Mary mar. Charles MILE-MILES(?); Isaac mar. Hannah CHITTENDEN; Lucy mar. — ROE; Elisha mar. Betty SPAFFORD and 2d Edna MATTOCKS; Rebecca mar. Lemuel HUBBELL; Cyrus mar. Sarah —; Anna mar. — REMINGTON; Caleb mar. Hope Ann JACKSON; Hiram b. Bennington mar. John WEEKS.    Sent by L.W.L.

15 March 1958 – Queries:

C-1440–(1) CRANE-LASSEL (LASSELE).  Ancestry, dates and locations of Elias CRANE and of his wife Elizabeth —, b. of N.J., later in Ohio, 1803; both d. Carroll Co., Ohio.  Full list of children wanted; known son Elism Lassel, was b. Mar. 1790.

(2) CRANE-CHANEY.  Elism or Elihu L. CRANE, mar. Apr., 1816, Accious CHANEY, b. July, 1797, d. age 84; prob. lived Ohio.  Information wanted of following children and their desc.: 1–a dau. b. 1817; 2–Elizabeth, 1818, d.y.; 3–Resin Baker, 1820, mar. 1841 Mary J. CHANEY; 4–James L. 1822, mar. 1843, Arabell MEACHAM; 5–Elias, 1824, mar. Barbara CHANEY; 6–Mary Jane, 1826, mar. Geo. DEMING; 7–Nancy, 1827 mar. David DORLAND, b. 1829 (mar. in Ohio); 8–Maria, 1830, mar. 1848 Joseph MATTOCK; 9–a son, 1832; 10–Sarah Ann, 1833, mar. J.F. FAIRCHILD; 11–a son, 1835; 12–a son, 1836; 13–a son Nov., 1837; 14–John Fletcher, b. 1839, mar. in N.H. Helen E. FAIRCHILD; 15–a son, 1840.

23 April 1962 – Queries:

C-6994 – (1) MATTOCKS.  Ancestry, dates and locations asked of James MATTOCKS and of his wife, Sarah —.  Had dau. Anna, b. Litchfield, Conn., Dec. 6, 1763.

12 April 1965 – Queries:

D-667 … (6) AMBROSE-MATTOCKS.  Ancestry and dates asked of William AMBROSE, mar. Jan. 6, 1697, Elizabeth MATTOCKS, b. 1670, dau. of Samuel and Constance (FAIRBANKS) MATTOCKS.  List of chil. with dates and marriages asked.  R.F.P.

Index to Revolutionary War Service Records

29 April 2009 Leave a comment

Source: Virgil D. White, Index to Revolutionary War Service Records, Volume 1, A-D (Waynesboro, Tennessee: National Historical Publishing Company, 1995). [WorldCat]

[page 370]

BURLENANE,

  • Jeremiah or as Jere’h BURLINGAM, srv in Peck’s RI Regt

BURLENGAME,

  • Hopkins, srv as a Pvt in LIPPITT’s RI Regt

BURLENSON,

  • Isaac, srv in the 5th SC Regt
  • John or as John BURLESON, srv as a Pvt in the 1st & 2nd RI Regiments (consolidated)

BURLESON,

  • Isaac, srv in Capt Charles POLK’s Co of NC Mil
  • Joel, srv in FIELD’s Regt of Dutchess County NY Mil
  • John, srv as a Pvt in the 1st & 2nd RI Regiment (consolidated)
  • Job, srv in the Guard for the VT Mil

[…]

BURLINGAM,

  • Jere’h, srv in PECK’s RI Regt

BURLINGAME,

  • Chandler or as Chandler BURLINGGAME, srv as a Lt in the 1st RI Regt
  • Chandler or as Chandler BURLINGHAME, srv as a Lt & Paymstr in the 1st & 2nd RI Regiments (consolidated)
  • Clerk, srv in HERRICK’s Regt of VT Mil
  • Daniel, srv as a Pvt in LIPPITT’s RI Regt
  • Elisha, srv in Capt Timothy WILMARTH’s Co of RI Troops
  • Israel, srv in Capt MARSH’s Employees in VT
  • Jeremiah, srv as a Sgt in CRARY’s Regt of RI State Troops
  • Jeremiah, srv as a Cpl in the 11th Regt of Cont Troops
  • John, srv in Misc Units during the Rev, card #4839 roll #7
  • John, srv in Ira ALLEN’s Regt of VT Mil
  • John, srv as a Pvt in the 1st & 2nd RI Regiments (consolidated), also see the 2nd RI Regt
  • John or as John BURLINGGAME, srv as a Pvt in the 2nd RI Regt
  • R’g., srv as a Cpl in KIMBALL’s Regt of RI Mil
  • Silas, srv in VAN VEGHTEN’s Regt of NY Mil
  • Solomon, srv in FLETCHER’s Regt of VT Mil
  • Walter, srv in WARREN’s 15th Regt of VT Mil
  • Wanton, srv in Ebenezer ALLEN’s Detch of VT Mil
  • William, srv in ELLIOTT’s RI Regt of Arty

BURLINGGAME,

  • John or as John BURLINGAME, srv in Ira ALLEN’s Regt of VT Mil
  • Boggon, srv in the 1st Co of Cranston RI Mil
  • Chandler, srv as a Lt in the 2nd RI Regt
  • John, srv as a Pvt in the 2nd RI Regt, also see 1st & 2nd RI Regt
  • Josiah, srv in the 1st Co of Cranston RI Mil
  • Moses, srv as a Sgt in WATERMAN’s RI Regt
  • William, srv in the 1st Co of Cranston RI Mil

BURLINGHAM,

  • Chandler or as Chandler BURLINGGAME, srv as a Lt in the 1st RI Regt
  • Chandler or as Chandler BURLLINGGAME, srv as an Ensign in the 9th Regt of Cont Troops
  • Daniel, srv in WHIPPLE’s Co of Cumberland RI Mil
  • John, srv as a Pvt in the RI State Troops, the rest of card #4859 roll #7 was too blurred to read
  • John or as John BURLINGGAME, srv as a Pvt in the 2nd RI Regt
  • Nathan, srv as a Pvt in the 1st & 2nd RI Regiments (consolidated)
  • Solomon or as Solomon BURLINGAME, srv in FLETCHER’s Regt of VT Mil
  • Wanton, srv as a Pvt in Capt MATTISON’s Co of VT Mil
  • Wanton, srv in WALBRIDGE’s Regt of VT Mil

BURLINGHAME,

  • Chandler, srv as a Lt in the 1st & 2nd RI Regiments (consolidated)
  • William, srv in Ebenezer ALLEN’s Detch of VT Mil

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BURLINGHAN,

  • Ath., srv as a Cpl in KIMBALL’s Regt of RI Mil

BURLINGIM,

  • William, srv in WALBRIDGE’s Regt of VT Mil

BURLINGSON,

  • Job, srv in WARREN’s 15th Regt of VT Mil
  • John or as John BURLINSON, srv as a Pvt in CRARY’s Regt of RI State Troops
  • John, srv as a Pvt in TOPHAM’s Regt of RI State Troops

[…]

BURLLINGGAME,

  • David, srv as a Capt in BURLLINGGAME’s Co of RI Troops
  • Chandler or as Chandler BURLINGGAME, srv as a Lt in 1st RI Regt
  • Chandler, srv as an Ensign in the 9th Regt of Cont Troops
  • Jer., srv as a Sgt in WILBER’s Co of RI Mil
  • John or as John BURGLINGGAME, srv as a Pvt in the 2nd RI Regt
  • Moses, srv in TILLINGHAST’s RI Regt
  • Samuel, srv in TILLINGHAST’s RI Regt

BURLLINGGAN,

  • Chandler or as Chandler BURLINGGAME, srv as a Lt in the 1st RI Regt

BURLLINGHAM,

  • Chandler or as Chandler BURLINGGAME, srv as a Lt in the 1st RI Regt

Abstract of Graves of Revolutionary Patriots

27 April 2009 Leave a comment

Source: Patricia Law Hatcher, Abstract of Graves of Revolutionary Patriots, Volume 1, A-D (Dallas, Texas: Pioneer Heritage Press, 1987). [WorldCat]

[page 135]

BURLINGAME Christopher Harmar Cem, across Muskingum River, Washington Co OH 55
BURLINGAME Clark Door Village Cem, La Porte, La Porte Co IN 64
BURLINGAME David Priv cem, Kent farm, North Scituate, Providence Co RI 31
BURLINGAME Eseck Harrisville Cem, Harrisville RI 51
BURLINGAME Jeremiah Petersburg NY 56
BURLINGAME Nathan Mountain View (Lester) Cem, Lester, Broome Co NY 78
BURLINGAME Nathan Oneco Cem, Rt 14A, Sterling CT 74
BURLINGAME Philip Castleton Cem, Elmont, Queens Co NY 80
BURLINGAME Stephen East Greenwich Cem, Greenwich RI 46
BURLINGAME Wanton Attica Center Cem, Attica, Wyoming Co NY 54
BURLINGHAM Hopkins Old Maples farm, Burke Hill Rd, Hartwick NY 58
BURLINGHAM Jeremiah White Store (Evergreen) Cem, Norwich, Chenango Co NY 71