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GENERATION 1

1.         John Adams-1 was born on 19 Oct 1735 in Braintree, Norfolk Co., MA[1]. He died on 04 Jul 1826 in Quincy, Norfolk Co., MA. He married Abigail Smith on 24 Feb 1764 in Weymouth, Norfolk Co., MA[2], daughter of William Smith and Elizabeth Quincy. She was born on 23 Nov 1744 in Weymouth, Norfolk Co., MA[3]. She died (of Typhoid) on 28 Oct 1818 in Quincy, Norfolk Co., MA.


Notes for John Adams:

President John Adams was graduated at Harvard College in 1755; taught school and studied law at Worcester for two years; was admitted to the Suffolk bar in 1758, and began practice in Boston, residing at Braintree (Quincy) till 1768, when he removed to Boston. He was employed as counsel, together with Jeremiah Gridley, the head of the Boston bar, and James Otis, the orator, to present a petition to the governor and council that the courts might proceed with business, though no stamps were to be had, and he was chosen one of a committee to draft instructions to the representatives of the town. In 1770 he was himself chosen a representative in the General Court, a position which he continued to occupy for a number of years, although his practice as a lawyer was larger than that of any other in the province. He was conspicuous as an adviser and leader of the patriot party.


He was one of the five delegates chosen by Massachusetts to the Congress of 1774, at Philadelphia; was a member of the Provincial Congress on his return, and in 1775 was again chosen a delegate to the Second Continental Congress. The war had already begun at Lexington. New England had an army of 15,000 men besieging the British in Boston; Congress was prevailed upon to assume the command and expense of the army, and Gen. Washington was chosen commander-in-chief. Adams was the leading spirit, aggressive and untiring; "the column," as Jefferson denominated him, upon whom Congress depended.


Upon him devolved the presidency and the burden of the board of war, a leadership which won for him the encomium of "the clearest head and firmest heart of any man in Congress," "the Martin Luther of the American revolution."
He went abroad as commissioner to France in Feb., 1778, and for the next ten years very much of his time was spent in the service of his country, as commissioner to France, minister to England and to Holland. Through his efforts a loan of two millions of dollars was negotiated in Holland, which proved of great value. He was Vice-President with Washington from 1789 to 1797, and President one term, 1797 to 1801.

By reason of the intense party division and feeling consequent, upon the French Revolution, he was defeated for re-election in 1800, and returned to his large farm and home in Quincy, where he passed the remainder of his life, devoted mainly to writing, and died on the 4th day of July, 1826, a few hours after the death of his former associate and friend, Thomas Jefferson. His son wrote of him: "In figure, John Adams was not tall, scarcely exceeding middle height, but of a stout, well-knit frame, denoting vigor and long life, yet as he grew old, inclining more and more to corpulence. His head was large and round, with a wide forehead and expanded brws. His eye was mild and benignant, but when excited, expressed the vehemence of his spirit."


He has been described as a man of greater learning and force than any of his contemporaries, but of ungovernable temper and undue self-esteem. His services to his country were of inestimable value.


John Adams -

Second US President / Signer of The Declaration of Independence. Adams was Washington¹s vice president and succeeded the latter as president in 1797. He was defeated by Jefferson in 1801. First Unitarian Church, Quincy, Massachusetts, USA Adams began his education in a common school in Braintree. He secured a scholarship to Harvard & graduated at the age of 20.


He apprenticed to a Mr. Putnam of Worchester, who provided access to the library of the Attorney General of Massachusetts, and was admitted to the Bar in 1761. He participated in an outcry against Writs of Assistance. Adams became a prominent public figure in his activities against the Stamp Act, in response to which he wrote and published a popular article, Essay on the Canon and Feudal Law. He married in 1766 and moved to Boston, assuming a prominent position in the patriot movement. He was elected to the Massachusetts Assembly in 1770, and was chosen one of five to represent the colony at the First Continental Congress in 1774.


Again in the Continental Congress, in 1775, he nominated Washington to be commander-in-chief on the colonial armies. Adams was a very active member of congress, he was engaged by as many as ninety committees and chaired twenty-five during the second Continental Congress. In May of 1776, he offered a resolution that amounted to a declaration of independence from Gr. Britain. He was shortly thereafter a fierce advocate for the Declaration drafted by Thos. Jefferson. Congress then appointed him ambassador to France, to replace Silas Dean at the French court. He returned from those duties in 1779 and participated in the framing of a state constitution for Massachusetts, where he was further appointed Minister plenipotentiary to negotiate a peace, and form a commercial treaty, with Gr. Britain. In 1781 he participated with Franklin, Jay and Laurens, in development of the Treaty of Peace with Gr. Britain and was a signer of that treaty, which ended the Revolutionary War, in 1783. He was elected Vice President of the United States under Geo. Washington in 1789, and was elected President in 1796. Adams was a Federalist & this made him an arch-rival of Thos. Jefferson and his Republican party. The discord between Adams and Jefferson surfaced many times during Adams' (and, later, Jefferson's) presidency. This was not a mere party contest. The struggle was over the nature of the office and on the limits of Federal power over the state governments and individual citizens. Adams retired from office at the end of his term in 1801. He was elected President of a convention to reform the constitution of Massachusetts in 1824, but declined the honor due to failing health. He died on July 4, 1826 (incidentally, within hours of the death of Thos. Jefferson.) It is reported that his last words were "Independence Forever!."


Notes for Abigail Smith: Daughter of Rev. William and Elizabeth (Quincy) Smith of Weymouth:

She is described as a woman of superior abilities and great good sense. Her letters, written to her husband during the Revolution, are interesting and valuable for the light they throw upon the life of that period. She has been described as a Women's Rights Leader:


Children of John Adams and Abigail Smith are:

2.          i.    Abigail Adams, B: 14 Jul 1765 in Braintree, Norfolk Co., MA, D: 15 Aug 1813.

3.          ii. John Quincy Adams, B: 11 Jul 1767 in Braintree, Norfolk Co., MA, D: 23 Feb 1848 in Washington, D.C., M: Louisa Catherine Johnson, 26 Jul 1797 in Braintree, Norfolk Co., MA.

iii.       Susanna Adams, B: 28 Dec 1768 in Boston, Suffolk Co., MA, D: 04 Feb 1770 in Boston, Suffolk Co., MA.

4.          iv. Charles Adams, B: 29 May 1770 in Boston, Suffolk Co., MA, D: 30 Nov 1800 in New York, M: Sarah Smith, 29 Aug 1795.

5.          v. Thomas Boylston Adams, B: 15 Sep 1772 in Quincy, Norfolk Co., MA, D: 12 Mar 1832, M: Ann Harrod, 16 May 1805.

GENERATION 2


2.         Abigail Adams-2(John-1) was born on 14 Jul 1765 in Braintree, Norfolk Co., MA. She died on 15 Aug 1813. She married Henry William Smith.

 

Notes for Henry William Smith:

 

m. Hon. Henry William Smith, who was private secretary of President Adams, and appointed by him to the office of surveyor of the port of New York, which office he retained till 1807; res. Cherry Valley, N. Y. She d. 15 Aug., 1813, age 48 years.

 

Children of Abigail Adams and Henry William Smith are:

 

i.           William Steuben Smith.

 

ii.         John Adams Smith.

 

iii.       Caroline Amelia Smith.

 

3.      John Quincy Adams-2(John-1) was born on 11 Jul 1767 in Braintree, Norfolk Co., MA. He died on Feb 1848 in Washington, D.C.. He married Louisa Catherine Johnson on 26 Jul 1797 in Braintree, Norfolk Co., MA. She was born on 22 Feb 1775 in London, England. She died in 1852.

 

Notes for John Quincy Adams:

Born in the south house on Franklin, quincy.

 

John Quincy Adams began his public career in early boyhood. Going abroad with his father when 10 years old, he derived much of his education in European courts and capitals, and served as private secretary of the minister to Russia when in his 15th year. He entered Harvard College in 1786, when 19 years of age, and graduated in 1788; studied law for 3 years in the office of Chief Justice Theophilus Parsons at Newburyport, Mass., and was admitted to the bar in 1791. He opened an office and began practice, but in 1794 was appointed minister to the Hague by Washington, and in 1796 minister to Portugal. By the written advice of Washington, his father, on becoming President, made him minister to Berlin, whither he went soon after being married in London, in the Fall of 1797.

 

He resided several years at Berlin, perfecting his knowledge of the German language, negotiating treaties of commerce with Sweden and Prussia, and travelling in the meantime. A volume of his letters on Silesia, the New England of Europe, written at this time to his friends at home, was published and extensively circulated.

 

Returning to Boston he was elected a member of the Massachusetts Senate in 1802, and to the U. S. Senate in 1803. His support of the measures of President Jefferson as against the Federalist party of Massachusetts, by which he had been elected, led to a spirited controversy, in consequence of which he was defeated for re-election in 1809.

 

President Madison appointed him ambassador to Russia, and while serving in that capacity he was joined by Clay and Gallatin on the commission which negotiated the treaty of peace at Ghent. Dec. 24, 1814. He remained in London as minister of the United States, but returned to become Secretary of State to President Monroe in 1817.

 

He was elected to the Presidency in 1824 by the House of Representatives, and served one term.

 

Upon his retirement he was chosen to represent his district in Congress, which he entered in

December, 1831, and where he continued till his death seventeen years later, Feb. 23, 1848.

 

This was perhaps the most notable and useful period of his life. Cut loose from all party ties, he stood as the champion of his own independent thought and the rights of the people. With a strong natural constitution, a wide experience, superior mental powers and knowledge, he was heard whenever he spoke in Congress with great respect and attention, and exerted a powerful influence. He was especially distinguished for his fearless and eloquent advocacy of the right of petition for the abolition of slavery in the District of Columbia and the public domain, which had been denied by the dominating politicians, and which no other had the courage to defend, and continuing at his post to an advanced age, even till stricken down by death, he became known and denominated "the Old Man Eloquent."

 

His writings are numerous. As compared with his father, it has been said, "John Quincy Adams had more learning, perhaps, but John Adams had more genius. In energy, spirit, firmness and indomitable courage, John Quincy Adams was his father's equal, in self command, in political prudence, and even in capacity for hard work, his superior. Both will live forever as representatives and embodiments of the spirit and ideas of New England during the periods in which they figured."

 

 

Adams, John Quincy b. July 11, 1767. d. February 23, 1848.

Sixth US President. Adams was one of the authors of the Monroe doctrine and fought against slavery. He was the son of US President John Adams (q. v.). First Unitarian Church, Quincy, Massachusetts, USA.

 

Notes for Louisa Catherine Johnson:

Dau. of Joshua Johnson, Esq., of Maryland.

 

Children of John Quincy Adams and Louisa Catherine Johnson are:

 

i.           George Washington Adams, B: 13 Apr 1801 in Berlin, Prussia, D: 30 Apr 1829 in At sea.

 

Notes for George Washington Adams:

Graduated from Harvard College, 1821; was admitted to the bar and practiced law in

 

Boston; represented Quincy in the Legislature, 1826; joined the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company of Boston, in 1826; was Orderly Serg't in 1827; became Captain of the City Guards of Boston; was Brigade Major of 3d Brigade, 1st Div., in 1828, and was lost on a steamer on Long Island Sound, April 30, 1829; not married. Per Andrew Adams.

 

According to: Shepherd, Jack, Cannibals of the Heart: A Personal Biography of Louisa Catherine and John Quincy Adams, New York, McGraw-Hill 1980

 

On April 30, 1829, Adams disappeared from the Benjamin Franklin in Long Island Sound during passage to New York City. His body was reported washed ashore on June 13, 1829.[2] Historians believe that he committed suicide.

 

6.          ii. John Adams, B: 04 Jul 1803 in Boston, Suffolk Co., MA, D: 23 Oct 1834 in Washington, DC, M: Mary Helen, 1826 in Whtie House, Washington, DC.

 

7.          iii. Charles Francis Adams, B: 18 Aug 1807 in Boston, Suffolk Co., MA, D: 21 Nov 1886 in Boston, Suffolk Co., MA, M: Abigail Brown Brooks, 03 Sep 1829 in Medford, Norfolk Co., MA[4].

 

iv.       Louisa Catherine Adams, B: 1811 in St. Petersburg, Russia. Died in infancy.

 

4.      Charles Adams-2(John-1) was born on 29 May 1770 in Boston, Suffolk Co., MA. He died on 30 Nov 1800 in New York. He was graduated at Harvard College, 1789; was a lawyer in New York; d. 30 Nov., 1800. He married Sarah Smith on 29 Aug 1795. She was born on 06 Nov 1769. She died on 03 Aug 1828. She was the sister of Hon. Henry Wm. Smith.

 

Children of Charles Adams and Sarah Smith are:

 

8.          i. Susanna B. Adams, B: 08 Aug 1796 in New York, D: 21 Jan 1846, M: Charles Thomas Clark, 03 Aug 1817.

 

9.          ii. Abigail Louisa Adams, B: Bet. 08 Sep 1796-1798 in New York, D: 04 Jul 1838, M: Alexander Bryan Johnson, 14 Oct 1814.

 

5.         Thomas Boylston Adams-2(John-1) was born on 15 Sep 1772 in Quincy, Norfolk Co., MA. He died on 12 Mar 1832. He married Ann Harod on 16 May 1805. She was born about 1776. She died on 03 Sep 1846.

 

Notes for Thomas Boylston Adams:

He graduated at Harvard, 1790; was Representative from Quincy, 1805-6; was Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Massachusetts, 1809-11; "a man of accomplishments and talents," and d. 12 March, 1832, age 59 years and 6 months.

 

Notes for Ann Harrod:

Dau. of Joseph and Ann Harod of Haverhill, MA; She d. 3 Sept., 1846, age 70 years.

 

Children of Thomas Boylston Adams and Ann Harrod are:

i.           Abigail Smith Adams, B: 27 Jul 1806 in Quincy, Norfolk Co., MA, D: 04 Feb 1845 in Cambridge, Middlesex Co., MA[5], M: John Angier, 30 May 1831 in Medford, Middlesex Co., MA[6].

 

Notes for Abigail Smith Adams:

1845 ANGIER Abby, w. John, consumption, Jan. 7, [1845], a. 38. [Abby S., w. John Esq., d. Judge Adams dec'd,grand daughter of the first President Adams, fever, [buried] Feb. 8, C.R.1.]

 

ii.         Elizabeth Combs Adams, B: 09 Feb 1808 in Quincy, Norfolk Co., MA, D: 1903 in Quincy, Norfolk Co., MA[7].

 

Notes for Elizabeth Combs Adams:

Living unm, 21 Elmstreet, Quincy, MA, 1893.

 

iii.       Thomas Boylston Adams, B: 04 Apr 1809 in Quincy, Norfolk Co., MA, D: 14 Dec 1837 in Ft. Dade, FL.

 

Notes for Thomas Boylston Adams:

Lieut. in 2nd Reg. U. S. Artillery; d. unm. at Ft. Dade, Fla., 14 Dec., 1837. age 28; made his will Oct. 1, 1831, proved 23 June, 1838.

 

iv.       Frances Foster Adams, B: 22 Jun 1811 in Quincy, Norfolk Co., MA, D: 04 Mar 1812 in Quincy, Norfolk Co., MA.

 

v.         Isaac Hull Adams, B: 26 May 1813 in Quincy, Norfolk Co., MA, D: 05 Nov 1900 in Quincy, Norfolk Co., MA[8].

 

Notes for Isaac Hull Adams:

Living unm, with sister Elizabeth, 21 Elmstreet, Quincy, MA, 1893.

 

vi.       John Quincy Adams, B: 16 Dec 1815 in Quincy, Norfolk Co., MA, D: Oct 1854 At sea.

 

Notes for John Quincy Adams:

Lost at sea from U. S. frigate "Albany," in Oct., 1854, age 38.

 

vii.     Joseph Harod Adams, B: 1817 in Quincy, Norfolk Co., MA, D: 04 Oct 1853.

 

Notes for Joseph Harod Adams:

d. on the Perry Expedition, U. S. ship, "Powhattan," 4 Oct., 1853; buried at Macao, China.

2.         Abigail Adams-2(John-1) was born on 14 Jul 1765 in Braintree, Norfolk Co., MA. She died on 15 Aug 1813. She married Henry William Smith.

 

Notes for Henry William Smith:

 

m. Hon. Henry William Smith, who was private secretary of President Adams, and appointed by him to the office of surveyor of the port of New York, which office he retained till 1807; res. Cherry Valley, N. Y. She d. 15 Aug., 1813, age 48 years.

 

Children of Abigail Adams and Henry William Smith are:

 

i.           William Steuben Smith.

 

ii.         John Adams Smith.

 

iii.       Caroline Amelia Smith.

 

3.      John Quincy Adams-2(John-1) was born on 11 Jul 1767 in Braintree, Norfolk Co., MA. He died on Feb 1848 in Washington, D.C.. He married Louisa Catherine Johnson on 26 Jul 1797 in Braintree, Norfolk Co., MA. She was born on 22 Feb 1775 in London, England. She died in 1852.

 

Notes for John Quincy Adams:

Born in the south house on Franklin, quincy.

 

John Quincy Adams began his public career in early boyhood. Going abroad with his father when 10 years old, he derived much of his education in European courts and capitals, and served as private secretary of the minister to Russia when in his 15th year. He entered Harvard College in 1786, when 19 years of age, and graduated in 1788; studied law for 3 years in the office of Chief Justice Theophilus Parsons at Newburyport, Mass., and was admitted to the bar in 1791. He opened an office and began practice, but in 1794 was appointed minister to the Hague by Washington, and in 1796 minister to Portugal. By the written advice of Washington, his father, on becoming President, made him minister to Berlin, whither he went soon after being married in London, in the Fall of 1797.

 

He resided several years at Berlin, perfecting his knowledge of the German language, negotiating treaties of commerce with Sweden and Prussia, and travelling in the meantime. A volume of his letters on Silesia, the New England of Europe, written at this time to his friends at home, was published and extensively circulated.

 

Returning to Boston he was elected a member of the Massachusetts Senate in 1802, and to the U. S. Senate in 1803. His support of the measures of President Jefferson as against the Federalist party of Massachusetts, by which he had been elected, led to a spirited controversy, in consequence of which he was defeated for re-election in 1809.

 

President Madison appointed him ambassador to Russia, and while serving in that capacity he was joined by Clay and Gallatin on the commission which negotiated the treaty of peace at Ghent. Dec. 24, 1814. He remained in London as minister of the United States, but returned to become Secretary of State to President Monroe in 1817.

 

He was elected to the Presidency in 1824 by the House of Representatives, and served one term.

 

Upon his retirement he was chosen to represent his district in Congress, which he entered in

December, 1831, and where he continued till his death seventeen years later, Feb. 23, 1848.

 

This was perhaps the most notable and useful period of his life. Cut loose from all party ties, he stood as the champion of his own independent thought and the rights of the people. With a strong natural constitution, a wide experience, superior mental powers and knowledge, he was heard whenever he spoke in Congress with great respect and attention, and exerted a powerful influence. He was especially distinguished for his fearless and eloquent advocacy of the right of petition for the abolition of slavery in the District of Columbia and the public domain, which had been denied by the dominating politicians, and which no other had the courage to defend, and continuing at his post to an advanced age, even till stricken down by death, he became known and denominated "the Old Man Eloquent."

 

His writings are numerous. As compared with his father, it has been said, "John Quincy Adams had more learning, perhaps, but John Adams had more genius. In energy, spirit, firmness and indomitable courage, John Quincy Adams was his father's equal, in self command, in political prudence, and even in capacity for hard work, his superior. Both will live forever as representatives and embodiments of the spirit and ideas of New England during the periods in which they figured."

 

 

Adams, John Quincy b. July 11, 1767. d. February 23, 1848.

Sixth US President. Adams was one of the authors of the Monroe doctrine and fought against slavery. He was the son of US President John Adams (q. v.). First Unitarian Church, Quincy, Massachusetts, USA.

 

Notes for Louisa Catherine Johnson:

Dau. of Joshua Johnson, Esq., of Maryland.

 

Children of John Quincy Adams and Louisa Catherine Johnson are:

 

i.           George Washington Adams, B: 13 Apr 1801 in Berlin, Prussia, D: 30 Apr 1829 in At sea.

 

Notes for George Washington Adams:

Graduated from Harvard College, 1821; was admitted to the bar and practiced law in

 

Boston; represented Quincy in the Legislature, 1826; joined the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company of Boston, in 1826; was Orderly Serg't in 1827; became Captain of the City Guards of Boston; was Brigade Major of 3d Brigade, 1st Div., in 1828, and was lost on a steamer on Long Island Sound, April 30, 1829; not married. Per Andrew Adams.

 

According to: Shepherd, Jack, Cannibals of the Heart: A Personal Biography of Louisa Catherine and John Quincy Adams, New York, McGraw-Hill 1980

 

On April 30, 1829, Adams disappeared from the Benjamin Franklin in Long Island Sound during passage to New York City. His body was reported washed ashore on June 13, 1829.[2] Historians believe that he committed suicide.

 

6.          ii. John Adams, B: 04 Jul 1803 in Boston, Suffolk Co., MA, D: 23 Oct 1834 in Washington, DC, M: Mary Helen, 1826 in Whtie House, Washington, DC.

 

7.          iii. Charles Francis Adams, B: 18 Aug 1807 in Boston, Suffolk Co., MA, D: 21 Nov 1886 in Boston, Suffolk Co., MA, M: Abigail Brown Brooks, 03 Sep 1829 in Medford, Norfolk Co., MA[4].

 

iv.       Louisa Catherine Adams, B: 1811 in St. Petersburg, Russia. Died in infancy.

 

4.      Charles Adams-2(John-1) was born on 29 May 1770 in Boston, Suffolk Co., MA. He died on 30 Nov 1800 in New York. He was graduated at Harvard College, 1789; was a lawyer in New York; d. 30 Nov., 1800. He married Sarah Smith on 29 Aug 1795. She was born on 06 Nov 1769. She died on 03 Aug 1828. She was the sister of Hon. Henry Wm. Smith.

 

Children of Charles Adams and Sarah Smith are:

 

8.          i. Susanna B. Adams, B: 08 Aug 1796 in New York, D: 21 Jan 1846, M: Charles Thomas Clark, 03 Aug 1817.

 

9.          ii. Abigail Louisa Adams, B: Bet. 08 Sep 1796-1798 in New York, D: 04 Jul 1838, M: Alexander Bryan Johnson, 14 Oct 1814.

 

5.         Thomas Boylston Adams-2(John-1) was born on 15 Sep 1772 in Quincy, Norfolk Co., MA. He died on 12 Mar 1832. He married Ann Harod on 16 May 1805. She was born about 1776. She died on 03 Sep 1846.

 

Notes for Thomas Boylston Adams:

He graduated at Harvard, 1790; was Representative from Quincy, 1805-6; was Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Massachusetts, 1809-11; "a man of accomplishments and talents," and d. 12 March, 1832, age 59 years and 6 months.

 

Notes for Ann Harrod:

Dau. of Joseph and Ann Harod of Haverhill, MA; She d. 3 Sept., 1846, age 70 years.

 

Children of Thomas Boylston Adams and Ann Harrod are:

i.           Abigail Smith Adams, B: 27 Jul 1806 in Quincy, Norfolk Co., MA, D: 04 Feb 1845 in Cambridge, Middlesex Co., MA[5], M: John Angier, 30 May 1831 in Medford, Middlesex Co., MA[6].

 

Notes for Abigail Smith Adams:

1845 ANGIER Abby, w. John, consumption, Jan. 7, [1845], a. 38. [Abby S., w. John Esq., d. Judge Adams dec'd,grand daughter of the first President Adams, fever, [buried] Feb. 8, C.R.1.]

 

ii.         Elizabeth Combs Adams, B: 09 Feb 1808 in Quincy, Norfolk Co., MA, D: 1903 in Quincy, Norfolk Co., MA[7].

 

Notes for Elizabeth Combs Adams:

Living unm, 21 Elmstreet, Quincy, MA, 1893.

 

iii.       Thomas Boylston Adams, B: 04 Apr 1809 in Quincy, Norfolk Co., MA, D: 14 Dec 1837 in Ft. Dade, FL.

 

Notes for Thomas Boylston Adams:

Lieut. in 2nd Reg. U. S. Artillery; d. unm. at Ft. Dade, Fla., 14 Dec., 1837. age 28; made his will Oct. 1, 1831, proved 23 June, 1838.

 

iv.       Frances Foster Adams, B: 22 Jun 1811 in Quincy, Norfolk Co., MA, D: 04 Mar 1812 in Quincy, Norfolk Co., MA.

 

v.         Isaac Hull Adams, B: 26 May 1813 in Quincy, Norfolk Co., MA, D: 05 Nov 1900 in Quincy, Norfolk Co., MA[8].

 

Notes for Isaac Hull Adams:

Living unm, with sister Elizabeth, 21 Elmstreet, Quincy, MA, 1893.

 

vi.       John Quincy Adams, B: 16 Dec 1815 in Quincy, Norfolk Co., MA, D: Oct 1854 At sea.

 

Notes for John Quincy Adams:

Lost at sea from U. S. frigate "Albany," in Oct., 1854, age 38.

 

vii.     Joseph Harod Adams, B: 1817 in Quincy, Norfolk Co., MA, D: 04 Oct 1853.

 

Notes for Joseph Harod Adams:

d. on the Perry Expedition, U. S. ship, "Powhattan," 4 Oct., 1853; buried at Macao, China.

GENERATION 3

 

6.         John Adams-3(John Quincy-2, John-1) was born on 04 Jul 1803 in Boston, Suffolk Co., MA. He died on 23 Oct 1834 in Washington, DC. He married Mary Helen in 1826 in Whtie House, Washington, DC.

Notes for John Adams:

 

m. 1826, in White House, Washington, D. C., to his cousin, Mary Helen. He d. at Washington, D. C., 23 Oct., 1834.

 

Children of John Adams and Mary Helen are:

 

10.      i. Mary Louisa Adams, B: 02 Dec 1828 in Washington, DC, D: 16 Jul 1859 in Far Rockaway, Queens Co., NY.

 

ii.         Frances Adams, B: 1830 in Washington, DC, D: 02 Oct 1839 in Washington, DC.


7.         Charles Francis Adams-3(John Quincy-2, John-1) was born on 18 Aug 1807 in Boston, Suffolk Co., MA. He died on 21 Nov 1886 in Boston, Suffolk Co., MA. He married Abigail Brown Brooks on 03 Sep 1829 in Medford, Norfolk Co., MA[4]. She was born on 25 Apr 1808 in Medford, Middlesex Co., MA.She died on 06 Jun 1889.

        
Charles Francis Adams-3(John Quincy-2, John-1) was born on 18 Aug 1807 in Boston, Suffolk Co., MA. He died on 21 Nov 1886 in Boston, Suffolk Co., MA. He married Abigail Brown Brooks on 03 Sep 1829 in Medford, Norfolk Co., MA[4]. She was born on 25 Apr 1808 in Medford, Middlesex Co., MA.She died on 06 Jun 1889.

Notes for Charles Francis Adams: Hon. Charles Francis Adams, LL.D.

Mr. Adams resided for much of his earlier life with his parents in Europe, and early became master of several of the modern languages of Europe. He returned and graduated at Harvard College in 1825, soon after his father was inaugurated president. He studied in the office of Daniel Webster in Boston, and was admitted to the Suffolk County Bar in 1828.

He was a member of the Whig party and of the Massachusetts Legislature, 1831 to 1836. He was nominated for the vice-presidency by the Free Soil Republicans on the ticket with Martin Van Buren in 1848; elected to Congress from the 3d District of Massachusetts in 1858 and re-elected in 1860. President Lincoln appointed him minister to England in 1861, where he continued till 1868, a position which both his father and grandfather had filled before him, but which now required the highest order of diplomatic ability. Mr. Adams acquitted himself with great firmness and success through the most trying and critical conditions, and won lasting laurels as an American of great patriotism and diplomatic ability. He died in Boston, 21 Nov., 1886.

Notes for Abigail Brown Brooks:

Youngest dau. of Peter C. Brooks, Esq., of Boston.

Children of Charles Francis Adams and Abigail Brown Brooks are:

i.           Louisa Catherine Adams, B: 13 Aug 1831 in Boston, Suffolk Co., MA, D: 13 Jul 1870, M: Charles Kuhn, 13 Apr 1854 in Boston, Suffolk Co., MA[9].

12.      ii. John Quincy Adams, B: 22 Aug 1833 in Boston, Suffolk Co., MA, D: 16 Jul 1894 in Quincy, Norfolk Co., MA, M: Fanny Cadwallader Crowningshield, 29 Apr 1861.

13.      iii. Charles Francis Adams, B: 27 May 1835 in Boston, Suffolk Co., MA, D: Bet. 1910-1920 in District of Columbia, M: Mary Ogden, 08 Nov 1865.

iv.       Henry Adams, B: 16 Feb 1838 in Boston, Suffolk Co., MA, M: Miriam Hooper, 27 Jun 1862.

Notes for Henry Adams:

He was graduated at Harvard College in 1858, and became his father's private secretary in London, 1861-1868; was assistant professor of history in Harvard College, 1870-1877. He is now a resident in Washington, D. C., and preparing a history of Thomas Jefferson's administration. He has published numerous works, as "Essays in Anglo-Saxon Law," "Documents relating to New England Federalism, 1800-1815," "Life of Albert Gallatin," "John Randolph," etc. His history of the U. S. (4 vols.) is a valuable work.

v.         Arthur Adams, B: 23 Jul 1841 in Boston, Suffolk Co., MA, D: 09 Feb 1846 in Boston, Suffolk Co., MA.

13.      vi. Mary Adams, B: 19 Feb 1846 in Boston, Suffolk Co., MA, M: Henry P. Quincy, 20 Jun 1877.

vii.     Brooks Adams, B: 24 Jun 1848 in Quincy, Norfolk Co., MA, D: Aft. 1920, M: Evelyn Davis, 07 Sep 1889 in Quincy, Norfolk Co., MA.

Notes for Brooks Adams:

He graduated at Harvard College in 1870; admitted to the Suffolk County Bar in 1873; He is a lawyer and author. Res. Washington, DC; no issue.

1920 - Brooks and Evelyn were living in Boston, MA;

8.         Susanna B. Adams-3(Charles-2, John-1) was born on 08 Aug 1796 in New York. She died on 21 Jan 1846. She married (1) Charles Thomas Clark on 03 Aug 1817. He was born in 1793. He died in 1818. She married (2) William R. H. Treadway on 08 Apr 1833. He was born in 1795. He died in 1836.

Child of Susanna B. Adams and Charles Thomas Clark is:

14.             i. Susan Maria Clark, B: 02 Mar 1818 in Quincy, Norfolk Co., MA, D: 27 Aug 1853 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co., PA, M: Admiron Judson Crane, 1839 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co., PA.

Notes for William R. H. Treadway:

Of Richmond, VA; no issue. res. Utica, NY

9.         Abigail Louisa Adams-3(Charles-2, John-1) was born between 08 Sep 1796-1798 in New York. She died on 04 Jul 1838. She married Alexander Bryan Johnson on 14 Oct 1814. He was born on

29 May 1786 in Gosport, England. He died on 09 Sep 1867.

Notes for Alexander Bryan Johnson: Res. Utica, NY;

Children of Abigail Louisa Adams and Alexander Bryan Johnson are:

15.      i. Alexander Smith Johnson, B: 30 Jul 1817 in Utica, Oneida Co., NY, D: 26 Jan 1878 in Nassau, Rensselaer Co., NY.

ii.         Bryan Johnson, B: 1819 in Utica, Oneida Co., NY, D: New York.

Notes for Bryan Johnson: Died unm.

iii.       John Adams Johnson, B: 1821 in Utica, Oneida Co., NY, D: Utica, Oneida Co., NY.

Notes for John Adams Johnson: Died unm.

16.      iv. William Clarkson Johnson, B: 16 Aug 1823 in Utica, Oneida Co., NY, D: 28 Jan 1893 in New York City, NY.

v.         Charles Adams Johnson, B: 30 Apr 1825 in Utica, Oneida Co., NY, D: New Haven, CT.

vi.       Sarah Adams Johnson, B: 27 Apr 1827 in Utica, Oneida Co., NY, M: James Stoughton Lynch, 28 Apr 1848.

vii.     Arthur B. Johnson, B: 03 Dec 1829 in Utica, Oneida Co., NY, D: 03 Nov 1883.

viii.   Louisa Ann Smith Johnson, B: 24 Nov 1832 in Utica, Oneida Co., NY, M: George Bolton Alley, 19 Apr 1852

ix.   Frances Elizabeth Johnson, B: 07 Nov 1835 in Utica, Oneida Co., NY.

GENERATION 4


10.     Mary Louisa Adams-4(John-3, John Quincy-2, John-1) was born on 02 Dec 1828 in Washington, DC. She died on 16 Jul 1859 in Far Rockaway, Queens Co., NY. She married William Clarkson Johnson, son of Alexander Bryan Johnson and Abigail Louisa Adams. He was born on 16 Aug 1823 in Utica, Oneida Co., NY. He died on 28 Jan 1893 in New York City, NY.

 

 

Children of Mary Louisa Adams and William Clarkson Johnson are:

 

17.      i. Mary Adams Johnson, B: 01 Apr 1854 in Washington, DC, D: Aft. 1920, M: Charles A. Doolittle, 02 Sep 1875.

 

18.      ii. Louisa Catherine Johnson, B: 29 Mar 1856 in Washington, DC, D: Aft. 1920, M: Erskine Clement, 20 Dec 1881 in Newbury, Essex Co., MA[10].

 

19.      iii. John Quincy Adams Johnson, B: 12 Feb 1859 in District of Columbia, D: Aft. 1935, M: Caroline Curtis, Abt. 1884.

 

11.     John Quincy Adams-4(Charles Francis-3, John Quincy-2, John-1) was born on 22 Aug 1833 in Boston, Suffolk Co., MA. He died on 16 Jul 1894 in Quincy, Norfolk Co., MA. He married Fanny Cadwallader Crowningshield on 29 Apr 1861. She was born about 1840 in Massachusetts. She died after 1910.

Notes for John Quincy Adams:

He was graduated at Harvard College, 1853; admitted to the bar in 1855; was a member of Gov. Andrews' staff during the war; was elected a member of the Massachusetts Legislature from Quincy in 1866, and again in 1869 and 1870; was a member of the corporation of Harvard College; d. in Quincy,

July, 1894.

 

Notes for Fanny Cadwallader Crowningshield:

Of Boston, MA;

 

1910 United States Federal Census

Name: Arthur Adams Age in 1910: 32

Estimated Birth Year: abt 1878 Birthplace: Massachusetts Relation to Head of House: Son Father's Birth Place: Massachusetts Mother's Name: Fanny C

Mother's Birth Place: Massachusetts

Home in 1910: Boston Ward 11, Suffolk, Massachusetts Marital Status: Single

Race: White

Gender: Male

Household Members: Name Age

Fanny C Adams 70 (stated she had 6 children and 3 were living in 1910) Arthur Adams 32

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Boston Ward 11, Suffolk, Massachusetts; Roll: T624_618; Page: 19B; Enumeration District: 1421; Image: 365.

 

Children of John Quincy Adams and Fanny Cadwallader Crowningshield are:

 

i.           John Quincy Adams, B: 23 Feb 1862 in Boston, Suffolk Co., MA, D: 12 Apr 1876 in Quincy, Norfolk Co., MA.

 

ii.         George Casper Adams, B: 29 Apr 1863 in Boston, Suffolk Co., MA.

 

Notes for George Casper Adams: [1897] Unm. Harvard College, 1886.

 

iii.       Charles Francis Adams, B: 02 Aug 1866 in Quincy, Norfolk Co., MA.

 

Notes for Charles Francis Adams:

[1897] Unm. Harvard College 1888, Harvard Law School 1892;

 

iv.       Fanny C. Adams, B: 19 Aug 1873 in Quincy, Norfolk Co., MA, D: 01 Apr 1876 in Quincy, Norfolk Co., MA.

 

v.         Arthur G. Adams, B: 02 May 1877 in Quincy, Norfolk Co., MA.

 

Notes for Arthur G. Adams:

U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 about Arthur Adams

Name: Arthur Adams Birth Date: 20 May 1877

RESIDENCE: Norfolk, Massachusetts Birth: Quiney, Massachusetts

Race: White

Roll: MIUSA1939B_082511 Next of Kin: Mrs. Arthur Adams

 

vi.       Abigail Adams, B: 06 Sep 1879 in Quincy, Norfolk Co., MA.

 

12.     Charles Francis Adams-4(Charles Francis-3, John Quincy-2, John-1) was born on 27 May 1835 in Boston, Suffolk Co., MA. He died between 1910-1920 in District of Columbia. He married Mary Ogden on 08 Nov 1865. She was born on 23 Feb 1843 in New York. She died after 1920.

 

Notes for Charles Francis Adams:

He graduated at Harvard College, 1856, and was admitted to the bar in 1858. He served in the army during the civil war, and was mustered out in July, 1865, with the brevet rank of brigadier-general of volunteers. He has been president of the Union Pacific railroad; has given his attention to writing his "Three Episodes of Massachusetts History," 2 vols., being a valuable as well as entertaining work. He is a member of the Corporation of Harvard College, and has been appointed by Gov. Wolcott on an important commission to investigate and report on the relations of street railways and the municipalities of the state.

 

1900 United States Federal Census

Name: Elizabeth O Adams

Home in 1900: Lincoln, Middlesex, Massachusetts Age: 26

Estimated Birth Year: abt 1874 Birthplace: Massachusetts

Relationship to head-of-house: Daughter

Father's Name: Charles

Mother's Name: Mary O

Race: White

Household Members: Name Age

Charles Adams 65

Mary O Adams 57

Henry Adams 24

John Adams 24

Louisa C Adams 28

Elizabeth O Adams 26

Servants

Mary T Kelly 38

Katherine A Cole 22

Sidney J Clark 25

Nelly Shaughnessey 28

Kate M Lariscy 56

Annie M Wesley 39

Margaret Morrison 23

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Lincoln, Middlesex, Massachusetts; Roll: T623 659; Page: 3A; Enumeration District: 770.

 

Notes for Mary Ogden:

Dau. of Edward and Caroline Hone (Callender) Ogden of New York.

 

Children of Charles Francis Adams and Mary Ogden are:

 

20.      i. Mary Adams, B: 27 Jul 1867 in Quincy, Norfolk Co., MA, D: Aft. 1920, M: Grafton St. Leon Abbott, 30 Sep 1890.

 

21.      ii. Louisa J. Catherine Adams, B: 28 Dec 1871 in Quincy, Norfolk Co., MA, D: Aft. 1930, M: Thomas Nelson Perkins, 06 Jun 1900 in Boston, Suffolk Co., MA[11].

 

iii.       Elizabeth Ogden Adams, B: 03 Dec 1873 in Quincy, Norfolk Co., MA.

 

Notes for Elizabeth Ogden Adams:

Traveled extensively. Living with her mother in Washington DC in 1920.

 

iv.       John Adams, B: 17 Jul 1885 in Quincy, Norfolk Co., MA.

 

v.         Henry Adams, B: 17 Jul 1885 in Quincy, Norfolk Co., MA.

 

13.     Mary Adams-4(Charles Francis-3, John Quincy-2, John-1) was born on 19 Feb 1846 in Boston, Suffolk Co., MA. She married Henry P. Quincy on 20 Jun 1877.

 

Notes for Mary Adams: Res. Dedham

 

Children of Mary Adams and Henry P. Quincy are:

 

i.           Dorothy Quincy, B: 04 Dec 1885 in Dedham, Norfolk Co., MA.

 

ii.         Eleanor Quincy, B: 11 Mar 1888 in Dedham, Norfolk Co., MA.

 

14.     Susan Maria Clark-4(Susanna B.-3, Charles-2, John-1) was born on 02 Mar 1818 in Quincy, Norfolk Co., MA. She died on 27 Aug 1853 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co., PA. She married Admiron Judson Crane in 1839 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co., PA. He was born on 02 Nov 1817 in Richmond, VA. He died on 03 Jan 1867 in Virginia.

 

Notes for Admiron Judson Crane: Of Richmond, VA;

 

Child of Susan Maria Clark and Admiron Judson Crane is:

 

i.           Charles Thomas Crane, B: 09 Jan 1844 in Virginia, D: 23 Mar 1920.

 

15.     Alexander Smith Johnson-4(Abigail Louisa-3, Charles-2, John-1) was born on 30 Jul 1817 in Utica, Oneida Co., NY. He died on 26 Jan 1878 in Nassau, Rensselaer Co., NY. He married Catherine Cryssler. She was born about 1834 in Canada.

 

Notes for Alexander Smith Johnson: 1860 United States Federal Census

Name:  with Abigail A Johnson Age in 1860: 4

Birth Year: abt 1856 Birthplace: New York

Home in 1860: Albany Ward 5, Albany, New York Gender: Female

Post Office: Albany

Value of real estate: View image Household Members: Name Age

H Loucks 30

J F Pruyn 36

Pruyn 28

Alexander I Johnson 42 lawyer

Catharine M Johnson 27

Catharine M Johnson 6

Abigail A Johnson 4

Ann Lockhart 31

Ann Whalen 32

Alice Quinlan 49

Source Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: Albany Ward 5, Albany, New York; Roll: M653_719; Page: 629; Image: 643.

 

Notes for Catherine Cryssler:

Of St. Catherine, Ont.

 

1880 United States Federal Census

Name: Abigail A. Johnson

Home in 1880: Utica, Oneida, New York Age: 24

Estimated Birth Year: abt 1856 Birthplace: New York

Relation to Head of Household: Daughter

Father's birthplace: Canada

Mother's Name: Catharine E.

Mother's birthplace: New York

Neighbors: View others on page

Marital Status: Single

Race: White

Gender: Female

Catharine E. Johnson 47

Abigail A. Johnson 24

Alice J. Johnson 13

Servants:

Libbie Roberts 28

Jane Thomas 22

Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Utica, Oneida, New York; Roll: T9_904; Family History Film: 1254904; Page: 104.1000; Enumeration District: 130; Image: 0475.

 

Children of Alexander Smith Johnson and Catherine Cryssler are:

 

i.           Catherine M. Johnson, B: Abt. 1854 in Albany, Albany Co., NY.

 

ii.         Abigail A. Johnson, B: Abt. 1856 in Albany, Albany Co., NY.

 

22.      iii.   Alexander B. Johnson, B: Abt. 1861 in New York, M: Louise White, Abt. 1908.

 

iv.       Alice J. Johnson, B: Abt. 1867 in New York.

 

16.     William Clarkson Johnson-4(Abigail Louisa-3, Charles-2, John-1) was born on 16 Aug 1823 in Utica, Oneida Co., NY. He died on 28 Jan 1893 in New York City, NY. He married (1) Henrietta Maria Douw. He married (2) Mary Louisa Adams, daughter of John Adams and Mary Helen. She was born on 02 Dec 1828 in Washington, DC. She died on 16 Jul 1859 in Far Rockaway, Queens Co., NY. He married (3) Mary Cornelia Nicholson.

 

Notes for Henrietta Maria Douw: Of Albany, NY

 

Children of William Clarkson Johnson and Mary Louisa Adams are:

 

17.      i. Mary Adams Johnson, B: 01 Apr 1854 in Washington, DC, D: Aft. 1920, M: Charles A. Doolittle, 02 Sep 1875.

 

18.      ii. Louisa Catherine Johnson, B: 29 Mar 1856 in Washington, DC, D: Aft. 1920, M: Erskine Clement, 20 Dec 1881 in Newbury, Essex Co., MA[10].

 

19.      iii. John Quincy Adams Johnson, B: 12 Feb 1859 in District of Columbia, D: Aft. 1935, M: Caroline Curtis, Abt. 1884.

 

Notes for Mary Cornelia Nicholson:

Of Washington DC


GENERATION 5


17.     Mary Adams Johnson-5(Mary Louisa-4, John-3, John Quincy-2, John-1) was born on 01 Apr 1854 in Washington, DC. She died after 1920. She married Charles A. Doolittle on 02 Sep 1875. He was born in Sep 1849 in New York. He died after 1920.

 

Notes for Mary Adams Johnson: 1900 United States Federal Census about Mary Adama Doolittle Name: Mary Adama Doolittle

Home in 1900: Utica Ward 7, Oneida, New York Age: 46

Estimated Birth Year: abt 1854 Birthplace: District of Columbia Relationship to head-of-house: Wife Spouse's Name: Charles A

Race: White Occupation

 Members: Name Age

Charles A Doolittle 50

Mary Adama Doolittle 46

Julia T S Doolittle 23

William C J Doolittle 21

 Charles A Doolittle 18

John J A Doolittle 16

Eben B S Doolittle 10

Rose M Smith 20

Elizabeth Kerwin 24

Jennie M Dempsey 25

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Utica Ward 7, Oneida, New York; Roll: T623 1133; Page: 9A; Enumeration District: 63.

 

1910 United States Federal Census

Name: Mary A Doolittle Age in 1910: 56

Estimated Birth Year: abt 1854 Birthplace: District of Columbia Relation to Head of House: Wife Father's Birth Place: New York Mother's Birth Place: District of Columbia Spouse's Name: Charles A

Home in 1910: Utica Ward 7, Oneida, New York Marital Status: Married

Race: White

Gender: Female

Neighbors: View others on page

Household Members: Name Age

Charles A Doolittle 60

Mary A Doolittle 56 (had 5 children, 3 were living in 1910.)

Ebringer s Doolittle 20

Minnie Oneal 37

Julia Bowes 30

Kate Hart 52

Anna Petersen 50

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Utica Ward 7, Oneida, New York; Roll: T624_1052; Page: 5A; Enumeration District: 123; Image: 1022.

 

1920 United States Federal Census

Name: Mary E Dodettle [Mary E Doolittle]

Home in 1920: Utica Ward 7, Oneida, New York Age: 66 years

Estimated Birth Year: abt 1854 Birthplace: District of Columbia Relation to Head of House: Wife Spouse's Name: Charles A Father's Birth Place: New York Mother's Birth Place: Massachusetts Marital Status: Married

Race: White

Sex: Female Able to read: Yes Able to Write: Yes Image: 729

Household Members: Name Age Charles A Dodettle 70 Lawyer Mary E Dodettle 66

Ebair S Dodettle 30 Lawyer Servants

Julia Bower 25

Mary Bower 27

Mary Gallagher 40

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Utica Ward 7, Oneida, New York; Roll: T625_1244; Page: 11B; Enumeration District: 136; Image: 729.

 

Notes for Charles A. Doolittle:

Of Utica, NY; res. Utica, NY;

 

Children of Mary Adams Johnson and Charles A. Doolittle are:

 

i.    Julia T. S. Doolittle, B: Nov 1876 in New York, D: Bef. 1910.

 

23.      ii. William Clark Johnson Doolittle, B: 16 Apr 1879 in Utica, Oneida Co., NY, D: Aug 1967 in Oneida Co., NY[12], M: Amelia Lowrey, Abt. 1902.

 

iii.       Charles A. Doolittle, B: Dec 1881 in New York.

 

iv.       John Quincy Adams Doolittle, B: Feb 1884 in New York, D: Bef. 1910.

 

24.      v.   Eben Shearman Doolittle, B: 24 Sep 1889 in Utica, Oneida Co., NY, D: Aft. 1930.

 

18.     Louisa Catherine Johnson-5(Mary Louisa-4, John-3, John Quincy-2, John-1) was born on 29 Mar 1856 in Washington, DC. She died after 1920. She married Erskine Clement on 20 Dec 1881 in Newbury, Essex Co., MA[10]. He was born in 1857 in Milford, Worcester Co., MA[13]. He died after 1920.

 

Notes for Louisa Catherine Johnson:

1910 United States Federal Census about Lawson C A Clement

Name: Lawson C A Clement

Age in 1910: 54

Estimated Birth Year: abt 1856

Birth Place: New York Mother's Birth Place: District of Columbia Spouse's Name: Erskin

Home in 1910: Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts Mrital Status: Married

Race: White

Household Members: Name Age Erskin Clement 52

Lawson C A Clement 54 Mary L A Clement 27 Clarence E Clement 25 Ellen Lynch 36

Catherine Quinlivan 24 Betsie Mara 21

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts; Roll: T624_586; Page: 13B; Enumeration District: 427; Image: 623.

 

1920 United States Federal Census

Name: Louisa Clement

Home in 1920: Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts Age: 62 years

Estimated Birth Year: abt 1858 Birthplace: Massachusetts

Relation to Head of House:

Wife Spouse's Name: Erskine

Father's Birth Place: Massachusetts Mther's Birth Place: Massachusetts Marital Status: Married

Race: White Sex: Female

Able to read: Yes

Able to Write: Yes

Household Members: Name Age

Erskine Clement 62

Louisa Clement 62

Mary L A Clement 37 (probably Mary Louisa Adams Clement)

Servants

Catherine Fanning 38

Mary Mahoney 33

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts; Roll: T625_695; Page: 14A; Enumeration District: 222; Image: 679.

 

Son of James H. & Clara Clement. Of Boston, MA; res. Newburyport, MA;

 

Children of Louisa Catherine Johnson and Erskine Clement are:

 

i.    Mary Louisa Clement, B: 30 Aug 1882 in Newbury, Essex Co., MA.

 

25.      ii.    Clarence Erskine Clement, B: 20 Jul 1884 in Newbury, Essex Co., MA.

 

19.     John Quincy Adams Johnson-5(Mary Louisa-4, John-3, John Quincy-2, John-1) was born on 12 Feb 1859 in District of Columbia. He died after 1935. He married Caroline Curtis about 1884. She was born in Sep 1863 in New York. She died after 1935.

 

Notes for John Quincy Adams Johnson:

Mr. Johnson practices law in New York City; res. Yonkers, NY;

 

1900 United States Federal Census

Name: John A Johnson

Home in 1900: Yonkers Ward 6, Westchester, New York Age: 42

Estimated Birth Year: abt 1858 Birthplace: District of Columbia Relationship to head-of-house: Head Spouse's Name: Caroline

Race: White

Household Members: Name Age John A Johnson 42

Caroline Johnson 36

William Johnson 15

John Johnson 13

Alexander Johnson 8

Caroline Johnson 5

Charles Johnson 3

Servants

Mary Manogue 35

Ellen Annas 30

Louise Keesler 25

Alice Flynn 40

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Yonkers Ward 6, Westchester, New York; Roll: T623 1178; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 141.

 

1920 United States Federal Census

Name: John I A Johnson [John Q A Johnson]

Home in 1920:

Yonkers Ward 6, Westchester, New York

Age: 61 years

Estimated Birth Year: abt 1859

Birthplace: District of Columbia [Washington;

Relation to Head of House: Head

Spouse's Name: Caroline Father's

Birth Place: New York

Mother's Birth Place: Washington

Marital Status: Married

Race: White

Sex: Male

Home owned: Own Able to read: Yes Able to Write:

Household members: Name Age John I A Johnson 61

Caroline Johnson 57

Charles Johnson 24

Caroline C Johnson 26

Abigail A Johnson 17

Mary L Johnson 16

Martha Johnson 14

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Yonkers Ward 6, Westchester, New York; Roll: T625_1280; Page: 6B; Enumeration District: 241; Image: 350.

 

New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957

Name: John Johnson Arrival Date: 17 Feb 1933 Estimated Birth Year: 1858 Age: 74

Gender: Male

Port of Departure: Hamilton, Bermuda

Ship Name: Monarch of Bermuda

Search Ship Database: View the Monarch of Bermuda in the 'Passenger Ships and Images' database Port of Arrival: New York, New York

Nativity: District of Columbia Line: 29

Microfilm Serial: T715 Microfilm Roll: T715_5294

Birth Location: District of Columbia

Birth Location Other: Washington

Page Number: 161

John and Caroline were both on this ship.

Source Citation: Year: 1933; Microfilm serial: T715; Microfilm roll: T715_5294; Line: 29; .

 

Notes for Caroline Curtis:

Of Yonkers, NY;

 

Children of John Quincy Adams Johnson and Caroline Curtis are:

 

i.           William Johnson, B: Oct 1884 in New York.

 

ii.         John Johnson, B: May 1887 in New York.

 

iii.       Alexander Johnson, B: Aug 1891 in New York.

 

iv.       Caroline Johnson, B: Aug 1894 in New York.

 

v.         Charles Johnson, B: Oct 1896 in New York.

 

vi.       Abagail A. Johnson, B: Abt. 1903 in New York.

 

vii.     Mary L. Johnson, B: Abt. 1904 in New York.

 

viii.   Martha Johnson, B: Abt. 1906 in New York.

 

20.     Mary Adams-5(Charles Francis-4, Charles Francis-3, John Quincy-2, John-1) was born on 27 Jul 1867 in Quincy, Norfolk Co., MA. She died after 1920. She married Grafton St. Leon Abbott on 30 Sep 1890. He was born on 14 Nov 1856 in Lowell, Middlesex Co., MA. He died between 1914-1920.

 

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Washington, Washington, District of Columbia; Roll: T625_210; Page: 13A; Enumeration District: 180; Image: 879.

 

1930 United States Federal Census about Mary O Abbott

Name: Mary O Abbott

Home in 1930: Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts Age: 36

Estimated Birth Year: abt 1894 Relation to Head of House: Daughter Parent's Name: Mary A

Neighbors: View others on page

Household Members: Name Age

Mary A Abbott 62

Mary O Abbott 36

John A Abbott 27

Austin L Grant 35

Pearl Grant 34

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts; Roll: 917; Page: 17B; Enumeration District: 204; Image: 1036.0.

 

Notes for Grafton St. Leon Abbott:

Son of Hon. Josiah G. Abbott of Boston; res. Concord, MA;

 

1880 United States Federal Census

Name: Grafton S. L. Abbott

Home in 1880: Needham, Norfolk, Massachusetts Age: 23

Estimated birth year: abt 1857 Birthplace: Massachusetts Relation to head-of-household: Son Father's name: Josiah G.

Father's birthplace: Massachusetts Mother's name: Caroline

Mother's birthplace: Massachusetts

Neighbors: View Occupation: Lawyer

Marital Status: Single Race: White

Gender: Male

Household Members: Name Age

Josiah G. Abbott 65

Caroline Abbott 65

Fletcher M. Abbott 36

Grafton S. L. Abbott 23

Holker W. Abbott 21

Caroline A. Derby 7

John Lee 36

James Walsh 36

Mary McDonald 35

Mary McDonnald 38

Eliza Colburn 36

Verney Morley 24

Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Needham, Norfolk, Massachusetts; Roll: T9_548; Family History Film: 1254548; Page: 63.3000; Enumeration District: 522; Image: 0710.

 

Children of Mary Adams and Grafton St. Leon Abbott are:

 

i.           Henry Livermore Abbott, B: 12 Apr 1892 in Lewiston, Androscoggin Co., ME, D: 15 Apr 1969 in District of Columbia[12].

 

Notes for Henry Livermore Abbott:

1920 - unmarried. He was a Lieut. in the US Navy living in Washington DC.

 

Social Security Death Index about Henry L. Abbott Name: Henry L. Abbott SSN: 578-60-5166

Last Residence: 20016 Washington, District of Columbia, District of Columbia, United States of America

Born: 12 Apr 1892 Died: 15 Apr 1969

State (Year) SSN issued: District of Columbia (1962 )

Source Citation: Number: 578-60-5166;Issue State: District of Columbia;Issue Date: 1962.

 

ii.         Mary Ogden Abbott, B: 12 Oct 1894 in Concord, Middlesex Co., MA, D: 11 May 1981 in Concord, Middlesex Co., MA.

 

Notes for Mary Ogden Abbott:

1920 - stated she was an artist. Living in Washington DC with her mother and brother Henry.

 

U.S. Passport Applications, 1795-1925 about Single Mary Ogden Abbott

Name: Mary Ogden Abbott

Name Prefix: Single

Birth Date: 12 Oct 1894

Birth Place: Concord, Massachusetts

RESIDENCE: Becker, Massachusetts Passport Issue Date: 1 Dec 1921 Father Name: Grafton Sth Abbott

Father's Birth Location: Lowell, Massachusetts

Father's Residence: Died In Massachusetts Many Years Ago Passport Includes a Photo: Y

Source: Passport Applications, January 2, 1906 - March 31, 1925 (M1490) Ancestry.com. U.S. Passport Applications, 1795-1925 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2007.

 

A longtime resident of Concord, Massachusetts, Mary Abbott lived a long life as a broadly traveled landscape painter including views of the American West, the western Himalayas and Mexico. She also carved wooden doors, which are at the entrance of the Department of the Interior in Washington D.C. and was an illustrator of articles and books including "Wild Animals of Five Rivers Country" by George Cory Franklin. She was a direct descendant of John Quincy Adams.

 

iii.       John Adams Abbott, B: 07 Jul 1902 in Concord, Middlesex Co., MA, D: 06 Jan 1995 in Newton, MA[14].

 

Notes for John Adams Abbott: Massachusetts Death Index, 1970-2003 about John A Abbott

 

Name: John A Abbott

Certificate: 015809 Death

Place: Newton Death

Date: 6 Jan 1995

Birth Place: Massachusetts Birth Date: 7 Jul 1902

Ancestry.com. Massachusetts Death Index, 1970-2003 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005. Original data: State of Massachusetts. Massachusetts Death Index, 1970-2003. Boston, MA, USA: Commonwealth of Massachusetts Department of Health Services, 2005.

 

U.S. Passport Applications, 1795-1925

Name: John Adams Abbott Birth Date: 7 Jul 1902

Birth Place: Concord, Massachusetts RESIDENCE: Lincoln, Mass Passport Issue Date: 21 Apr 1921

Father Name: Grafton St L Abbott Father's Birth Location: Lowell, Mass Father's Residence: Dead

Passport Includes a Photo: Y

Source: Passport Applications, January 2, 1906 - March 31, 1925 (M1490)

Ancestry.com. U.S. Passport Applications, 1795-1925 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2007. Original data:

 

21.     Louisa J. Catherine Adams-5(Charles Francis-4, Charles Francis-3, John Quincy-2, John-1) was born on 28 Dec 1871 in Quincy, Norfolk Co., MA. She died after 1930. She married Thomas Nelson Perkins on 06 Jun 1900 in Boston, Suffolk Co., MA[11]. He was born about 1870 in Milton, Norfolk Co., MA.

 

Notes for Louisa J. Catherine Adams: 1910 United States Federal Census

Name: Louisa C Perkins

Age in 1910: 38

Estimated Birth Year: abt 1872 Birthplace: Massachusetts Relation to Head of House: Wife Father's Birth Place: Massachusetts Mother's Birth Place: Rhode Island Spouse's Name: Thomas N

Home in 1910: Westwood, Norfolk, Massachusetts Marital Status: Married

Race: White Gender: Female

Neighbors: View others on page Household Members: Name Age Thomas N Perkins 40

Louisa C Perkins 38 Elliott Perkins 9

James H Perkins 6 Thomas N Perkins Jr 3 Servants:

Elizabeth McIntyre 32 Jessie McPherson 32 Elizabeth McGrath 35 Mary McGrath 25 Madson Haren 63

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Westwood, Norfolk, Massachusetts; Roll: T624_610; Page: 4B; Enumeration District: 1163; Image: 523.

 

1930 United States Federal Census about Louisa C Perkins

Name: Louisa C Perkins

Home in 1930: Westwood, Norfolk,

Age: 58

Estimated Birth Year: abt 1872 Relation to Head of House: Wife Spouse's Name: Thomas M Household Members: Name Age Thomas M Perkins 59

Louisa C Perkins 58

James H Perkins 26

Thomas N Perkins 22

Servants:

Katherine Burke 24

Delia McDermott 45

Margaret Delaney 52

Lily Scannell 32

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Westwood, Norfolk, Massachusetts; Roll: 937; Page: 11B; Enumeration District: 135; Image: 1076.0.

 

U.S. Passport Applications, 1795-1925 about Wife Louisa C Perkins

Name: Louisa C Perkins Name Prefix: Wife Birth Date: 28 Dec 1871

Birth Place: Quincy, Massachusetts

Gender: Female

RESIDENCE: Westwood, Massachusetts Passport Issue Date: 23 Feb 1922

Spouse Name: Thomas N Perkins

Spouse Birth Place: Milton, Massachusetts Passport Includes a Photo: Y

Source: Passport Applications, January 2, 1906 - March 31, 1925 (M1490)

 

Notes for Thomas Nelson Perkins:

Son of Edward & Jane S. (Watson) Perkins.

 

Children of Louisa J. Catherine Adams and Thomas Nelson Perkins are:

 

i.           Elliott Perkins, B: 16 Mar 1901 in Westwood, Norfolk Co., MA[15], D: 04 Mar 1985 in Cambridge, MA[16], M: Josephine C, Abt. 1927.

 

Notes for Elliott Perkins: Massachusetts Death Index, 1970-2003 about Elliott Perkins

Name: Elliott Perkins Certificate: 022085 Death Place: Cambridge Death Date: 4 Mar 1985

Birth Place: Massachusetts Birth Date: 16 Mar 1901

 

1930 United States Federal Census

Name: Elliott Perkins

Home in 1930: Southborough, Worcester, Massachusetts Age: 28

Estimated Birth Year: abt 1902 Birthplace: Massachusetts

Relation to Head of House: Head Spouse's Name: Josephine C

Race: White

Household Members: Name Age Elliott Perkins 28

Josephine C Perkins 26 Servants:

Hannah Badgly 59 Carrie Burk 67

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Southborough, Worcester, Massachusetts;

Roll: 965; Page: 7A; Enumeration District: 265; Image: 750.0.

 

ii.         James Handasyd Perkins, B: 17 Nov 1903 in Westwood, Norfolk Co., MA[17], D: 10 Jun 1985 in Westwood, Norfolk Co., MA[14].

 

Notes for James Handasyd Perkins: Massachusetts Death Index, 1970-2003 about James H Perkins

Name: James H Perkins

Certificate: 033937

Death Place: Westwood

Death Date: 10 Jun 1985

Birth Place: Massachusetts

Birth Date: 17 Nov 1903

 

iii.       Thomas Nelson Perkins, B: 30 Apr 1907 in Westwood, Norfolk Co., MA[18], D: May 1965[12].

 

Notes for Thomas Nelson Perkins:

Social Security Death Index

Name: Thomas Perkins

SSN: 025-01-3351

Born: 30 Apr 1907

Died: May 1965

State (Year) SSN issued: Massachusetts (Before 1951 )

 

22.     Alexander B. Johnson-5(Alexander Smith-4, Abigail Louisa-3, Charles-2, John-1) was born about 1861 in New York. He married Louise White about 1908. She was born about 1878 in New York. She died between 1912-1920.

 

Notes for Alexander B. Johnson:

 1910 United States Federal Census

Name: Alex B Johnson Age in 1910: 47 [49]

Estimated Birth Year: abt 1863 abt 1861]

Birthplace: New York

Relation to Head of House: Head Father's Birth Place: New York Mother's Birth Place: New York Spouse's Name: Louise F

Home in 1910: Manhattan Ward 19, New York, New York Marital Status: Married

Race: White

Gender: Male

Alex B Johnson 47

Louise F Johnson 22

Louise A Johnson 1 2/12

Davis White 65 father in law

Johanna Comerford 55

Winefred Lee 21

Hellen Kelly 24

Henrietta Adams 41

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Manhattan Ward 19, New York, New York; Roll: T624_1043; Page: 11A; Enumeration District: 1165; Image: 293.

 

1920 United States Federal Census about Louisa A A Johnson

Name: Louisa A A Johnson

Home in 1920: Mount Vernon Ward 5, Westchester, New York Age: 11 years

Estimated Birth Year: abt 1909 Birthplace: New York

Relation to Head of House: Daughter Father's Birth Place: New York

Mother's Name: A B

Mother's Birth Place: New York Marital Status: Single

Race: White

Sex: Female

Household Members: Name Age

A B Johnson 44 (widow)

Louisa A A Johnson 11

Alexander B Johnson 8 Maris S McField 18

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Mount Vernon Ward 5, Westchester, New York; Roll: T625_1277; Page: 15A; Enumeration District: 99; Image: 794.

 

Children of Alexander B. Johnson and Louise White are:

 

i.           Louise A. Johnson, B: Abt. 1909 in Manhattan, NY.

 

ii.         Alexander B. Johnson, B: Abt. 1912 in New York.

 

Notes for Alexander B. Johnson: New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957

Name: Alexander B Johnson Arrival Date: 21 May 1937 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1912 Age: 25

Gender: Male

Port of Departure: Hamilton, Bermuda

Ship Name: Monarch of Bermuda

Port of Arrival: New York, New York

Nativity: New York

Line: 10

Microfilm Serial: T715

Microfilm Roll: T715_5980

Birth Location: New York

Birth Location Other: New York

Page Number: 170

Port Arrival State: New York

Port Arrival Country: United States

Alexander was traveling with a Louise Johnson, born 1913 in Westfield, NJ.

Source Citation: Year: 1937; Arrival: New York , United States; Microfilm serial: T715; Microfilm roll: T715_5980; Line: 10; .

GENERATION 6

23.     William Clark Johnson Doolittle-6(Mary Adams-5, Mary Louisa-4, John-3, John Quincy-2, John-1) was born on 16 Apr 1879 in Utica, Oneida Co., NY. He died in Aug 1967 in Oneida Co., NY[12]. He married (1) Amelia Lowrey about 1902. She was born about 1880 in New York. He married (2) Georgette about 1923. She was born about 1905 in Missouri.

 

Notes for William Clark Johnson Doolittle: 1910 United States Federal Census

 

Name: William C J Doolittle Age in 1910: 31

Estimated Birth Year: abt 1879 Birthplace: New York

Relation to Head of House: Head Father's Birth Place: New York Mother's Birth Place: New York Spouse's Name: Amelia L

Home in 1910: Utica Ward 3, Oneida, New York Marital Status: Married

Race: White Gender: Male

William C J Doolittle 31

Amelia L Doolittle 30 William E J Doolittle Jr. 6 Julia T S Doolittle 5

Mary A Doolittle 5/12 Elizabeth Evans 55

Catharine Lloyd 23

Vinnie Hassett 24

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Utica Ward 3, Oneida, New York; Roll: T624_1052; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 108; Image: 759.

 

World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 about William Clarkson Johnson Doolittle Name: William Clarkson Johnson Doolittle

City: Utica County: Oneida State: New York

Birth Date: 16 Apr 1879

Race: White

Roll: 1819118

DraftBoard: 2

Next of Kin: Amelia L. Doolittle

Source Citation: Registration Location: Oneida County, New York; Roll: 1819118; Draft Board: 2.

 

1930 United States Federal Census about William C J Doolittle

 

Name: William C J Doolittle

Home in 1930: Trenton, Oneida, New York Age: 50

Estimated Birth Year: abt 1880 Birthplace: New York

Relation to Head of House: Head Spouse's Name: Georgette Race: White

Household Members: Name Age William C J Doolittle 50 Georgette Doolittle 25 wife William C J Doolittle 26 son

Gladys Doolittle 26 (daughter in law)

Mary A Doolittle 19 daughter

John Q A Doolittle 18 son

James C L Doolittle 4 6/12 son

Boarders:

Sidney Pain 64

Anna M Pain 64

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Trenton, Oneida, New York; Roll: 1621; Page: 4A; Enumeration District: 73; Image: 507.0.

 

New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957

Name: C J William Doolittle

Arrival Date: 12 Apr 1950

Estimated Birth Year: abt 1880

Age: 70

Gender: Male

Port of Departure: Genoa, Italy

Ship Name: Italia

Nativity: New York Line: 9

Microfilm Serial: T715 Microfilm Roll: T715_7817 Birth Location: New York Birth Location Other: Utica Page Number: 100

William was traveling with Georgette Doolittle.

Source Citation: Year: 1950; Microfilm serial: T715; Microfilm roll: T715_7817; Line: 9; .

 

Social Security Death Index

Name: William Doolittle

SSN: 168-07-2810

Last Residence: 13304 Barneveld, Oneida, New York, United States of America Born: 16 Apr 1879

Died: Aug 1967

State (Year) SSN issued: Pennsylvania (Before 1951 )

Source Citation: Number: 168-07-2810;Issue State: Pennsylvania;Issue Date: Before 1951.

 

Children of William Clark Johnson Doolittle and Amelia Lowrey are:

 

26.      i. William Clarkson Doolittle, B: 24 Jul 1903 in Utica, Oneida Co., NY, D: 02 Nov 1980 in Butte, CA[19].

 

ii.         Julia T. S. Doolittle, B: Abt. 1905 in Utica, Oneida Co., NY.

 

iii.       Mary Adams Doolittle, B: Nov 1909 in Utica, Oneida Co., NY.

 

iv.       John Quincy Adams Doolittle, B: Abt. 1912 in Utica, Oneida Co., NY.

 

Child of William Clark Johnson Doolittle and Georgette is:

 

i.           James C. J. Doolittle, B: Abt. 1925 in Utica, Oneida Co., NY.

 

24.     Eben Shearman Doolittle-6(Mary Adams-5, Mary Louisa-4, John-3, John Quincy-2, John-1) was born on 24 Sep 1889 in Utica, Oneida Co., NY. He died after 1930. He married Alice. She was born on 29 Jul 1890 in Utica, Oneida Co., NY[20].

 

Notes for Eben Shearman Doolittle:

U.S. Passport Applications, 1795-1925 about Eben Shearman Doolittle

Name: Eben Shearman Doolittle

Birth Date: 24 Sep 1889

Birth Place: Utica, New York RESIDENCE: Utica, New York Passport Issue Date: 25 Jul 1919

Father Name: Charles A Doolittle

Father's Birth Location: Utica, New York Father's Residence: Utica, New York Passport Includes a Photo: Y

Source: Passport Applications, January 2, 1906 - March 31, 1925 (M1490)

Ancestry.com. U.S. Passport Applications, 1795-1925 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2007. Original data:

 

New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957

about Eben Doolittle

Name: Eben Doolittle

Arrival Date: 22 Apr 1930

Estimated Birth Year: 1889 Age: 40

Gender: Male

Port of Departure: Bermuda Ship Name: Arcadian

Search Ship Database: View the Arcadian in the 'Passenger Ships and Images' database

 

Port of Arrival: New York, New York Nativity: New York

Line: 6

Microfilm Serial: T715 Microfilm Roll: T715_4720 Birth Location: New York Birth Location Other: Utica Page Number: 6

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Microfilm serial: T715; Microfilm roll: T715_4720; Line: 6; .

 

1930 United States Federal Census about Eben S Doolittle

Name: Eben S Doolittle

Home in 1930: Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts Age: 40

Estimated Birth Year: abt 1890 Birthplace: New York

Relation to Head of House: Head Spouse's Name: Alice W

Race: White

Household Members: Name Age Eben S Doolittle 40

Alice W Doolittle 39 Alice Doolittle 5 Lois Doolittle 2 8/12 Servants:

Mary Courtney 25

Bridie Calahan 38

Catherine Bannon 31

Agnes C Swanson 51

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts; Roll: 946; Page: 10B; Enumeration District: 161; Image: 21.0.

 

Children of Eben Shearman Doolittle and Alice are:

 

i.           Alice Doolittle, B: 26 Jun 1925 in Providence, Providence Co., RI[21].

 

ii.         Lois Doolittle, B: 12 Mar 1928 in Boston, Suffolk Co., MA[22].

 

25.     Clarence Erskine Clement-6(Louisa Catherine-5, Mary Louisa-4, John-3, John Quincy-2, John-1) was born on 20 Jul 1884 in Newbury, Essex Co., MA. He married Bianca. She was born about 1890 in Massachusetts.

 

Notes for Clarence Erskine Clement:

World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 Name: Clarence Earskine Clement

City: Not Stated

County: Baltimore State: Maryland

Birth Date: 20 Jul 1884 Race: White

Roll: 1684197

DraftBoard: 1

 

Clarence was a farmer in Baltimore Md - another name on the registration was Bianca Clement.

Source Citation: Registration Location: Baltimore County, Maryland; Roll: 1684197; Draft Board: 1.

 

1920 United States Federal Census

Name: C E Clement

Home in 1920: Mount Washington, Baltimore, Maryland Age: 36 years

Estimated Birth Year: abt 1884 Birthplace: Massachusetts Relation to Head of House: Head Spouse's Name: B A

Father's Birth Place: Massachusetts

Mother's Birth Place: Massachusetts Marital Status: Married

Race: White

Sex: Male

Home owned: Own Able to read: Yes

Able to Write: Yes

C E Clement 36

B A Clement 30

B A Clement 7

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Mount Washington, Baltimore, Maryland; Roll: T625_655; Page: 5A; Enumeration District: 32; Image: 299.

 

Child of Clarence Erskine Clement and Bianca is:
i. B. A. Clement, B: Abt. 1913 in Maryland.

GENERATION 7


26.     William Clarkson Doolittle-7(William Clark Johnson-6, Mary Adams-5, Mary Louisa-4, John-3, John Quincy-2, John-1) was born on 24 Jul 1903 in Utica, Oneida Co., NY. He died on 02 Nov 1980 in Butte, CA[19]. He married Gladys. She was born on 15 Apr 1907 in Utica, Oneida Co., NY.

 

Notes for William Clarkson Doolittle: California Death Index, 1940-1997 about William Clarkson Doolittle Name: William Clarkson Doolittle Social Security #: 503141406

Sex: MALE

Birth Date: 24 Jul 1903 Birthplace: New York Death Date: 2 Nov 1980 Death Place: Butte

Mother's Maiden Name: Lowrey

Source Citation: Place: Butte; Date: 2 Nov 1980; Social Security: 503141406.

 

Child of William Clarkson Doolittle and Gladys is:

 

i.           William Clarkson Doolittle, B: 20 Sep 1930 in Utica, Oneida Co., NY, D: 03 Mar 2004 in Nevada.

 

Notes for William Clarkson Doolittle: Name: William C. Doolittle III

SSN: 555-32-5966

Last Residence: 89429 Silver Springs, Lyon, Nevada, United States of America

Born: 22 Sep 1930

Died: 3 Mar 2004

State (Year) SSN issued:

 

SOME SOURCES:

1    Braintree, Norfolk Co., MA Vital Records to 1850, Pg. 772.
2    Braintree, Norfolk Co., MA Vital Records to 1850, pg 871.  

3    Braintree, Norfolk Co., MA Vital Records to 1850, pg 772. 1744 SMITH Abigail, d. Rev. William and Elizabeth, Nov. 11, 17[44].                                    

4    Medford, Middlesex Co., MA Vital Records, Pg. 177.                                          

5    Cambridge, Middlesex Co., MA Vital Records to 1850, 1845, ANGIER (see Anger), Abigail    

6    Smith, w. of John and d. of Thomas Boylston and Anne Harrod Adams, Feb. 4, 1845. G.R.3.   

      Medford, Middlesex Co., MA Vital Records, 1831, ADAMS, Abby S. of Quincy, and John Angier, 

      int. May 1, 1831.                                                  

7    Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841-1910, 1903 Adams Elizabeth Coombs Death Quincy Vol. 45, Pg. 242.

8    Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841-1910, 1900 Adams Isaac Hull Death Quincy Vol. 506, Pg. 101.  

9    Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841-1910, Kuhn, Charles, Boston 1854, Vol. 80, Pg. 43

      Marriage.                                      

10  Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841-1910, 1881 Clement Erskine Marriage Newbury Vol. 325, Pg. 304.

11  Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841-1910, 1900 Adams Louisa Catherine Marriage Lincoln Vol. 501, Pg. 397 in Boston, MA.

12  Social Security Death Index.

13  Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841-1910, 1857 Clement Erskine Birth Milford Vol. 107, Pg. 219.

14  Massachusetts Death Index, 1970-2003.

15  Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841-1910, 1901 Perkins Elliot Birth Westwood Vol. 510, Pg. 101.

16  Massachusetts Death Index, 1970-2003.

17  Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841-1910, 1903 Perkins James Handasyd Birth Westwood Vol. 534. Pg. 105.

18  Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841-1910, 1907 Perkins Thomas Nelson Jr. Birth Westwood Vol. 568, Pg. 117.

19  California Death Index, 1940-1997.  

20  New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957

21  New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957, Source Citation: Year: 1935; Arrival: New York , United States; Microfilm serial: T715; Microfilm roll: T715_5600; Line: 2; .

22  New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957, Source Citation: Year: 1935; Arrival: New York , United States; Microfilm serial: T715; Microfilm roll: T715_5600; Line: 2;.