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Lydia Blanche EKEL

Father: John Joseph EKEL
Mother: Mary Ellen DEVORE

Family 1: Franklin Joseph PAYNE
  1.  Franklin Burton PAYNE
  2.  Mary Evelyn PAYNE
  3.  Clara Elizabeth PAYNE
  4. +Margaret PAYNE
  5.  Robert John PAYNE

                      _Jerehmiah M. EKEL _
 _John Joseph EKEL __|
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|--Lydia Blanche EKEL 
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|                     _Gideon DEVORE _____
|_Mary Ellen DEVORE _|
                     |_Lydia FINCH _______

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Evelyna HALE

Family 1: Reliegh A. MANGIS

  1.  Melvin MANGIS
  2. +Erma MANGIS
  3. +Lela MANGIS

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Susan Rae HANSEN

Family 1: Benjamin Burton MOULE
  1. +Julie Rae MOULE
  2. +Kati Margaret MOULE
  3.  Benjamin Jacob MOULE

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John LIVERMORE

Family 1: Grace SHERMAN
  1. +John LIVERMORE

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Ref: "Genealogies of the Families and Descendants of the Early Settlers of Watertown," Incl. Waltham & Weston, by Henry Bond.

John Livermore, probably the ancestor of all the Livermores in the United States, embarked at Ipswich, Eng., for New England, in Ap., 1634, then aged 28, in the Francis, John Cutting master. He was admitted freeman, May 6, 1635. On the list of freemen, his name is written Leathermore, and in one or more documents, with his signature, the scrivener wrote in Lithermore.
He was by trade a potter; was repeatedly a Selectman, and had other offices of trust. It is probable that he did not settle immediately in Watertown, as his name is not on the list of proprietors "then inhabiting," Feb., 1636-7; but he was there in 1642. There is a tradition that he came over without his wife, and that afterwards she came over, with one or more children. There is also a tradition that there is a large sum in the English funds, belonging to the heirs of the first John Livermore, which they might obtain, if they could furnish a legal proof of their descent. What
ground there is for this tradition I know not. Attempts have been made to establish the title, but without success. He d. Ap. 14, 1684, aged 78. His will, dated Jan. 10, 1682-3, proved June 16, 1684, mentions wife Grace, and the following children: eldest son John; the three youngest child., of John Coolidge, by his daughter, d.; Daniel, Elizabeth, Sarah, Martha, Samuel, Nathaniel, Hannah (Anna), and Grace; chil. of Samuel; son-in-law James Townsend, and his son James; only one dr. then living. His Inventory, dated Mar. 2, 1684, mentions 1st the "Cowpen Farm," 40 acres upland, and 12 acres meadow, formerly of Henry Curtis, which he (J.L.), purchased of the town, Nov. 7, 1664, for his son John and confirmed to him, his will; 2d, 50 acres dividend land, bought of Wm. Paine, and given to son Nathaniel; 3d, 2 acres patch meadow; 4th 4 acres Pigsgusset meadow; 5th, 6 acres sak marsh; 6th, 1 acre of Chester Brook; 7th, 5 acres upland on the Rocks; "a parcel of Bees, L2." He had previously (May 10, 1681), conveyed by deed to his son Samuel, "as a recompense of that dutiful obedience, that the said Samuel hath yeiled to, and thereby hath been (through God's blessing), a comfort and support to the said John and family," his homestead, 34 acres, with a dwelling-house, & c.; also, 20 acres woodland.

Ref: "The Livermore Family of America," by Walter Eliot Thwing, pub. W.B. Clarke Company of Boston, 1902

In addition to the above information this book states John Livermore had embarked at Ipswich, England, for New England, the last of April, 1634, then aged 28 years, in the "Francis," John Cutting, master, a large portion of the passengers settling in Watertown, Mass. In the list of passengers his name was spelt John Lyuermore.

This book also says that he had previously married, in England, Grace Sherman, a daughter of Edmond Sherman and Grace Makin, who had lived both in Dedham and Colchester, CountyEssex.

On a list of very early proprietors of Watertown his name is written Leathermore; this is not dated, but contains the names of many of those who went to Wethersfield, CT., and Dedham, Mass., in 1635 and 1636. In 1635 he removed to Wethersfield, with other watertown people, and in 1638 or 39 he removed to Quinnipiac, now New Haven, being one of the original settlers, where he was June 4, 1639.

The first notice of him in CT was in 1639, when he, then of New haven, signed the fundamental agreement of the New Haven colony. In the first "seating the meeting house" in 1642, seats were assigned to John Livermore and to "sister Livermore." From the rule for assessing the New Haven, it appears that John Livermore had a wife and two children when he went there or soon after, as he was rated for four persons (not including servants) and L100 estate.

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Patrick M. MADDEN

Father: James MADDEN
Mother: Joycelyn HOUGER

Family 1: Lisa WEAVER

  1.  Micah D. MADDEN
  2.  Nathaniel J. MADDEN
  3.  Stephen J. MADDEN
  4.  Joel T. MADDEN
  5.  David J. MADDEN

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|--Patrick M. MADDEN 
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|_Joycelyn HOUGER _|
                   |_Lena Mae MANGIS ___________________

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Timothy Lee MOULE

Father: William Robert (Welsh) MOULE
Mother: Margaret PAYNE


                                 _Benjamin H. WELSH ___________
 _William Robert (Welsh) MOULE _|
|                               |_Ellen May "Nellie" FURGESON _
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|--Timothy Lee MOULE 
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|                                _Franklin Joseph PAYNE _______
|_Margaret PAYNE _______________|
                                |_Lydia Blanche EKEL __________

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Franklin Burton PAYNE

Father: Joseph Burton PAYNE
Mother: Minerva WELTON

Family 1: Mary Josephine MAHER
  1. +Franklin Joseph PAYNE
  2.  Margaret PAYNE
  3.  Eveline PAYNE
  4.  Robert Treat PAYNE

                        _Joseph PAYNE , Jr._
 _Joseph Burton PAYNE _|
|                      |_Ruth BEECHER ______
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|--Franklin Burton PAYNE 
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|                       _Thomas WELTON _____
|_Minerva WELTON ______|
                       |_Sybil COOK ________

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