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|Lindsay Fulton||Thank you!|
Thank you so much for the beautiful (and legible) photographs of Rebecca (Kent) Newton's cemetery marker. The photographs are a wonderful addition to my research! Thank you!
|LadyGoshen||Re: Ebenezer Pike|
As to why Lucinda remained in Cornish is speculation on my part. I would hazard to guess that two small children were one motivation; the Pike family was quite well established in the Cornish/Plainfield area and so there was some status/support associated. Perhaps the wilds of Northumberland and distance from her family were also factors. As you note, the difference in age is significant but it's not uncommon in this time period and area as population was thin. Also to consider is her status as a widow. I've been unable to find whether she had children from her first marriage.
Your conjecture that Lucinda is actually the wife of the son would imply that he was married to two women at the same time as Ebenezer jr married Mary Hyde shortly after the death of his first wife Sarah.
with kind regards.
The source for the information is:
- History of the Town of Cornish, New Hampshire, vol 2 by William Child (1912)
- Merrimack and Sullivan Counties, New Hampshire Biographies
- The New England Historical and Genealogical Register (1875)
- Hyde Genealogy: Or, The Descendants,in the Female as Well as in the Male By Reuben Hyde Walworth
- The Jenney book: John Jenney of Plymouth, and his descendants by Bertha W. Clark, Susan C. Tufts (1988)
Ebenezer Pike (1754-1819) was born in Newbury MA. He married first (Sept 1801) Mary Salome Marcy, daughter of William Marcy and Lucy Bugbee
- Ebenezer Pike
- Lucy M Pike m John Cole
- Chester Pike (died in Northumberland)
- Pliny Pike (Jan 1793-Dec 26, 1872)
He married second Lucinda Kimball, widow of Alexander Waters
- Salome Pike (1811-) m Joseph P Lovell
- Mary Pike (Oct 23 1812-Feb 24 1895) m Ezekiel Olds Jenney
The son Ebenezer Pike (1789-1861) married first Sarah Chase Bryant, daughter of Sylvanus Bryant and Judith Chase
- Chester Pike (July 30, 1829-Nov 29, 1897)
- John B Pike (Feb 10 1831-)
He then married Mary Hyde, daughter of Elihu Hyde and Mary Hatch
- Sarah C Pike (Dec 14, 1836-May 31, 1884)
- Elihu Hyde Pike (July 2, 1838-Mar 12, 1864)
|LadyGoshen||RE: Eben Pike|
With the exception of Ebenezer, most of the family is buried in Cornish, NH area
- History of the town of Cornish, New Hampshire, vol 2
|Jonathan Moren||Edgar Aldrich|
Thank you so much for taking the time to take this photo. It's people like you who help make this website a success. It came out really well, must have been a nice day in the North Country.
|Lauren Marie Westgate Hargrave||Thank you!|
Cant say thank you enough for the photos of Katherine and Robert Emmons gravestones. I really truely appreciate all your help. God Bless!
Thank you for the transfers.
|Bob ||RE: Memorial Transfer|
I would love it. All the Poors are relatives, along with Uzziel Clough and his family.
Added by Bob on Apr 02, 2013 12:46 PM
|Kurt Rife||RE: Priscilla (Bovee) Nelson gs|
Just got back to Covenanter Cemetery this afternoon. The grave stone is set in cement.
|Sue Allen||Ruth Hatch|
Thank you for the transfer.
|DiAnne Cooley Nobles||Stiles Cemetery/ CHAPLIN|
Thank you, so much, for getting these headstone photos! You just can't beat photos like these to get our history correct.
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