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Descendants of Roger Goodspeed


Generation No. 1

1. Roger1 Goodspeed was born Abt. 1615 in England (Source: The Early Vital Records of Barnstable County.), and died 1685 in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts (Source: The Early Vital Records of Barnstable County.). He married Alice Layton December 1641 in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts (Source: The Early Vital Records of Barnstable County.).

Notes for Roger Goodspeed:
He was emigrated from England in the spring fo 1639 in 1639 at Barnstable, Barnstable, MA, USA. He was on the list of men "able to bear arms" in Aug 1643 at Barnstable, Barnstable, MA, USA. He was admchurch on 28 Jul 1644 at Barnstable Church, Barnstable, Barnstable, MA, USA. He was admitted freeman and served as Grand Juryman that year on 5 Jun 1651 at Barnstable, Barnstable, MA, USA. He lived in 1653 at Indian village of Mistick, Marston's Mills, Barnstable, MA, USA(relocated from Goodspeed's Hill to a six acre house lot and sixteen acre garden lot, wich was bounded southerly by the Masapee's and westerly by Oyster River.). He was purchased a tract of land at the east end of Cooper's Pond in 1659 at Barnstable, Barnstable, MA, USA. He was boughtt forty additional acres in 1665 at Barnstable, MA, USA. He was conveyed all his lands and meadows at South Sea to his sons John and Ebenezer, excepting six acres, on the condition that they support him and his wife Alice during their natural lives. It was a very carefully drawn document which was signed by his mark on 6 Apr 1678 at Barnstable, Barnstable, MA, USA. (Source: The Early Vital Records of Barnstable County)

Notes for Alice Layton:
She left a Will dated 10 Jan 1689. Will probated Sep 1689 at Barnstable. "bequeathed her son John one shilling, her daughter Ruth Davis forty shillings, a brass kettle and half her wearing apparel; her daughter Elizabeth Goodspeed 20 pounds, and the other half of her wearing apparel; daughter-in-law Lydia, wife of her son Ebenezer, one colt; her son Ebenezer her dwelling house, and all her other estate. (Source: The Early Vital Records of Barnstable County)

Children of Roger Goodspeed and Alice Layton are:
2 i. Nathaniel2 Goodspeed, born October 06, 1642 in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts (Source: The Early Vital Records of Barnstable County Page 415.). He married Elizabeth Bursley (Source: The Early Vital Records of Barnstable County Page 415.).
3 ii. John Goodspeed, born June 1645 in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts (Source: The Early Vital Records of Barnstable County Page 415.). He married Experience Holley (Source: The Early Vital Records of Barnstable County Page 415.).
4 iii. Mary Goodspeed, born July 1647 in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts (Source: The Early Vital Records of Barnstable County Page 415.). She married Samuel Hinkley in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts (Source: The Early Vital Records of Barnstable County Page 415.).
5 iv. Benjamin Goodspeed, born May 06, 1649 in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts (Source: The Early Vital Records of Barnstable County Page 415.). He married Mary Davis in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts (Source: The Early Vital Records of Barnstable County Page 415.).
6 v. Ruth Goodspeed, born April 10, 1652 in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts (Source: The Early Vital Records of Barnstable County Page 415.). She married John Davis Jr. in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts (Source: The Early Vital Records of Barnstable County Page 415.).
+ 7 vi. Ebenezer Goodspeed, born December 1655 in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.
8 vii. Elizabeth Goodspeed, born May 01, 1658 in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts (Source: The Early Vital Records of Barnstable County Page 415.).


Generation No. 2

7. Ebenezer2 Goodspeed (Roger1) was born December 1655 in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts (Source: The Early Vital Records of Barnstable County Page 413.). He married Lydia Crow February 15, 1676/77 in Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts (Source: The Early Vital Records of Barnstable County Page 416.).

Notes for Ebenezer Goodspeed:
Page 413: About ye latter End of Decem 1655.

Notes for Lydia Crow:
Barnstable records show Lydia Crowel.

Children of Ebenezer Goodspeed and Lydia Crow are:
9 i. Benjamin3 Goodspeed, born October 31, 1678 in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. He married Hope Lumbard.
10 ii. Unnamed Goodspeed, born January 31, 1678/79 in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts (Source: The Early Vital Records of Barnstable County Page 416.); died December 20, 1680 in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts (Source: The Early Vital Records of Barnstable County Page 416.).
11 iii. Mehitable Goodspeed, born September 04, 1681 in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts (Source: The Early Vital Records of Barnstable County Page 416.). She married Samuel Howes December 18, 1705 in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts (Source: The Early Vital Records of Barnstable County Page 385.).

Marriage Notes for Mehitable Goodspeed and Samuel Howes:
Married by Mr. Russell.

12 iv. Alice Goodspeed, born June 30, 1683 in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts (Source: The Early Vital Records of Barnstable County Page 416.). She married Benjamin Shelly August 08, 1705 in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts (Source: The Early Vital Records of Barnstable County Page 386.).

Marriage Notes for Alice Goodspeed and Benjamin Shelly:
"Married by Esq. Lothrop" in margin.

13 v. Ebenezer Goodspeed Jr., born September 10, 1685 in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts (Source: The Early Vital Records of Barnstable County Page 416.). He married Mary Stacy.
14 vi. Mary Goodspeed, born August 02, 1687 in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts (Source: The Early Vital Records of Barnstable County Page 416.).
15 vii. Susannah Goodspeed, born November 07, 1689 in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts (Source: The Early Vital Records of Barnstable County Page 416.). She married Samuel White May 14, 1719 in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts (Source: The Early Vital Records of Barnstable County Page 389.).
16 viii. Patience Goodspeed, born June 01, 1692 in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts (Source: The Early Vital Records of Barnstable County Page 416.). She married Joseph Hacd May 14, 1719 in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts (Source: The Early Vital Records of Barnstable County Page 389.).

Marriage Notes for Patience Goodspeed and Joseph Hacd:
Married by Esq. Parker (may not be right Patience).

17 ix. Ruth Goodspeed, born July 12, 1694 in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts (Source: The Early Vital Records of Barnstable County Page 416.).
18 x. Lyddia Goodspeed, born October 14, 1696 in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts (Source: The Early Vital Records of Barnstable County Page 416.). She married Benjamin Marston April 26, 1716 in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts (Source: The Early Vital Records of Barnstable County Page 389.).

Marriage Notes for Lyddia Goodspeed and Benjamin Marston:
married by "Justice Gorham".

19 xi. Roger Goodspeed, born October 14, 1698 in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts (Source: The Early Vital Records of Barnstable County Page 416.). He married Hannah Phinney.
20 xii. Reliance Goodspeed, born September 18, 1701 in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts (Source: The Early Vital Records of Barnstable County Page 416.).
+ 21 xiii. Moses Goodspeed, born November 24, 1704 in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.


Generation No. 3

21. Moses3 Goodspeed (Ebenezer2, Roger1) was born November 24, 1704 in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts (Source: The Early Vital Records of Barnstable County Page 216.). He married Hannah Allen March 31, 1726 in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts (Source: The Early Vital Records of Barnstable County Page 321.).

Marriage Notes for Moses Goodspeed and Hannah Allen:
They published 19 Feb 1725/26 at Barnstable. (Source: The Early Vital Records of Barnstable Page 321). Rev. Jonathan Russell married them.

Children of Moses Goodspeed and Hannah Allen are:
22 i. Nathaniel4 Goodspeed, born March 18, 1726/27 (Source: The Early Vital Records of Barnstable County Page 322.). He married Elisabeth Fuller.

Marriage Notes for Nathaniel Goodspeed and Elisabeth Fuller:
He and Elisabeth of Boston published 5 Jan 1755 at Barnstable. (Source: The Early Vital Records of Barnstable Page 238).

+ 23 ii. Seth Goodspeed, born February 02, 1728/29 in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts; died March 26, 1810 in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.
24 iii. Mehitable Goodspeed, born August 17, 1731 (Source: The Early Vital Records of Barnstable County Page 322.). She married Joseph Bodfish.

Marriage Notes for Mehitable Goodspeed and Joseph Bodfish:
They published 28 Oct 1749. (Source: The Early Vital Records of Barnstable Page 257).

25 iv. Lyddy Goodspeed, born January 06, 1733/34 (Source: The Early Vital Records of Barnstable County Page 322.). She married Samuel Isham February 08, 1761 in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.

Marriage Notes for Lyddy Goodspeed and Samuel Isham:
They published 9 Jan 1761 at Barnstable. (Source: The Early Vital Records of Barnstable Page 217).

26 v. Nathan Goodspeed, born March 07, 1734/35 (Source: The Early Vital Records of Barnstable County Page 322.).
27 vi. Ruth Goodspeed, born August 20, 1739 (Source: The Early Vital Records of Barnstable County Page 322.). She married Jesse Crosby November 27, 1760 in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts (Source: The Early Vital Records of Barnstable County Page 212.).

Marriage Notes for Ruth Goodspeed and Jesse Crosby:
They published 4 Oct 1760 at Barnstable. (Source: The Early Vital Records of Barnstable Page 217). Married by Rev. Oakes Shaw.


Generation No. 4

23. Seth4 Goodspeed (Moses3, Ebenezer2, Roger1) was born February 02, 1728/29 in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts (Source: The Early Vital Records of Barnstable County Page 322.), and died March 26, 1810 in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. He married Abigail Linnell May 15, 1752 in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts (Source: Town Book Volume 2 Page 242.).

Notes for Seth Goodspeed:
All of the children's birth info is from Town Records Volume 2 Page 148.

Marriage Notes for Seth Goodspeed and Abigail Linnell:
They published 17 Feb 1752 at Barnstable (Source: Town Record Volume 2 Page 244)and were married by Rev. Joseph Green.

Children of Seth Goodspeed and Abigail Linnell are:
28 i. Anna5 Goodspeed, born September 29, 1753 in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts; died February 15, 1821 in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.
29 ii. Temperance Goodspeed, born November 07, 1755 in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts; died Bef. 1774 in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.
+ 30 iii. Patience Goodspeed, born October 10, 1757 in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts; died 1841 in Wells, Rutland County, Vermont.
31 iv. Abigail Goodspeed, born April 04, 1760 in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.
32 v. Hannah Goodspeed, born September 19, 1762 in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.
33 vi. Eunice Goodspeed, born October 05, 1764 in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.
34 vii. Olive Goodspeed, born September 21, 1766 in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts; died November 21, 1814 in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.
35 viii. Allen Goodspeed, born January 05, 1769 in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts; died January 07, 1831 in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.
36 ix. Sophia Goodspeed, born June 13, 1771 in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.
37 x. Temperance Goodspeed, born January 14, 1774 in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.


Generation No. 5

Patience is my line.....

30. Patience5 Goodspeed (Seth4, Moses3, Ebenezer2, Roger1) was born October 10, 1757 in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts (Source: Town Book Volume 2 Page 148.), and died 1841 in Wells, Rutland County, Vermont. She married Benjamin Lumbard December 23, 1777 in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts (Source: Town Book Volume 3 Page 304.).

Notes for Benjamin Lumbard:
Migration: Massachusetts, Vermont
Land: 1 Acre Wells, Rutland County, Vermont
Town Offices: None known
Will: Dated 30 May 1822. He gave his four sons Alvin, Ebenezer, Joseph, and Benjamin all of his wearing apparel to be divided equally. Ebenezer was to repay $7.00 he had borrowed from him 22 Nov 1818. He gave his daughter Bethiah Hopson $1.00. He gave his adopted daughter Anna Fisk $25.00 and a two year old Hiefer. He gave his wife, Patience, his one acre of land in Wells, Rutland County, Vermont with all buildings thereon and the rest of his worldly goods. His estate totaled $738.40. (Source: Fair Haven Probate Court, Rutland County, Vermont).

Marriage Notes for Patience Goodspeed and Benjamin Lumbard:
They published 18 Oct 1777 at Barnstable. (Source: Town Book Volume 3 Page 277). From Benjamin Percival's Diary.....Sunday, 19 October 1777, "it was a general time of going to Sippecan last night and we amongst the rest published mr Joshua Crocker to mrs Fear Thacher mr Benja Lombard to mrs Patience Goodspeed"

Children of Patience Goodspeed and Benjamin Lumbard are:
38 i. Anna6 Fisk, Adopted child.
39 ii. Bethiah Lumbard, born Abt. 1780 (Source: Grave marker.); died June 04, 1840 in Wells, Rutland County, Vermont (Source: Grave marker.). She married John Collins Hopson Abt. 1812 in Wells, Rutland County, Vermont.

Notes for Bethiah Lumbard:
Buried Village Cemetery Row 7, Wells, Rutland County, Vermont

Notes for John Collins Hopson:
Buried Village Cemetery Row 7, Wells, Rutland County, Vermont

40 iii. Alvin Lumbard.
+ 41 iv. Ebenezer Lumbard, born Bet. 1780 - 1790; died Unknown.
42 v. Joseph Lumbard.
43 vi. Benjamin Lumbard Jr..


Generation No. 6

41. Ebenezer6 Lumbard (Patience5 Goodspeed, Seth4, Moses3, Ebenezer2, Roger1) was born Bet. 1780 - 1790, and died Unknown. He married Pamelia McClure February 02, 1806 in Middletown, Rutland County, Vermont (Source: Town Book Volume 1 Page 19.).

Notes for Ebenezer Lumbard:
Migration: Massachusetts, Vermont, Michigan
Land: None known
Town Offices: Appointed Constable and Collector 1 Apr 1839 Alpena Township, Van Buren County, Michigan. (Source: History of Van Buren County & Kalamazoo Valley Family Newsletter 1979-1980 Volume 9 Number 2) There were 22 Original Township Electors; Ebenezer was one of them. (Source: History of Van Buren County & Kalamazoo Valley Family Newsletter 1972-1973 Volume 2 Number 2 )

Marriage Notes for Ebenezer Lumbard and Pamelia McClure:
Married by Jonas P. Clark, JP

Children of Ebenezer Lumbard and Pamelia McClure are:
44 i. Female7 Lumbard, born Bet. 1807 - 1810 (Source: 1810 Census.).
+ 45 ii. Sarah A. Lumbard, born November 03, 1812 in ?Pawlet, Rutland County, Vermont; died January 28, 1899 in Paw Paw, Van Buren County, Michigan.
+ 46 iii. James M. Lumbard, born September 22, 1814 in Middletown, Rutland County, Vermont; died March 29, 1891 in Unknown.
+ 47 iv. Martha Lumbard, born Abt. 1817; died November 19, 1876 in Decatur, Van Buren County, Michigan.


Generation No. 7

45. Sarah A.7 Lumbard (Ebenezer6, Patience5 Goodspeed, Seth4, Moses3, Ebenezer2, Roger1) was born November 03, 1812 in ?Pawlet, Rutland County, Vermont (Source: Death Certificate and Obit (Paw Paw True Northern).), and died January 28, 1899 in Paw Paw, Van Buren County, Michigan (Source: Death Certificate and Obit (Paw Paw True Northern).). She married Richardson Avery April 05, 1840 in Paw Paw, Van Buren County, Michigan (Source: Book A.).

Notes for Sarah A. Lumbard:
The doctor who signed her death certificate was C. E. Thompson. The undertaker was Jed Phillips.
Buried: Prospect Hill Cemetery, Paw Paw, Van Buren County, Michigan
Section C Lot No. E24 Row 25 Pos 2

More About Sarah A. Lumbard:
Cause of Death: Abdominal Tumor
Medical Information: Suffered 1 - 1 1/2 years

Notes for Richardson Avery:
Migration: New York, Michigan
Land:
Town Offices: None known
Will: Haven't got yet
Records show that he was a carpenter and that they had two daughters that died in infancy. He arrived in Van Buren County in 1835 (Source: History of Van Buren County & Kalamazoo Valley Newsletter 1979-1980 Volume 9 Number 2). Ten days after they were married they moved into their home at 212 N. Niles Street, Paw Paw.
Associated with the firm Sherman and Avery.
Buried: Prospect Hill Cemetery, Paw Paw, Van Buren County, Michigan
Section C Lot No. E24 Row 25 Pos 1

More About Richardson Avery:
Cause of Death: Cancer

Marriage Notes for Sarah Lumbard and Richardson Avery:
Records show that Sarah was 27 and he 28 and of Paw Paw the day they were married. Witnesses were: Zebina Stearn and George A. Bentley. Benjamin F. Chadwick, JP performed marriage.

Children of Sarah Lumbard and Richardson Avery are:
48 i. Female8 Avery (Source: Sarah's Obit.), born Unknown.
49 ii. Female Avery (Source: Sarah's Obit.), born Unknown.
+ 50 iii. Charles R. Avery, born September 1842 in Paw Paw, Van Buren County, Michigan; died 1916 in Paw Paw, Van Buren County, Michigan.
51 iv. Fredrick E. Avery (Source: Census.), born 1844 in Paw Paw, Van Buren County, Michigan (Source: Grave marker.); died 1910 in Paw Paw, Van Buren County, Michigan (Source: Grave marker.). He married Henrietta P. Belfy June 16, 1870 in Paw Paw, Van Buren County, Michigan (Source: Book A.).

Notes for Fredrick E. Avery:
He worked in a store as a clerk. 1870 Census shows his parents age 58 and 57 living with him. By 1880 he is not found in Michigan.
Buried: Prospect Hill Cemetery, Paw Paw, Van Buren County, Michigan
Section L Lot No. L31 Row 12 Pos 10
Prospect Hill Cemetery, Paw Paw, Van Buren County, Michigan Surname Stone for AVERY - has large statue of woman holding a wreath
Section L Lot No. L31 Row 12 Pos 8

Notes for Henrietta P. Belfy:
Buried: Prospect Hill Cemetery, Paw Paw, Van Buren County, Michigan
Section L Lot No. L31 Row 12 Pos 9

46. James M.7 Lumbard (Ebenezer6, Patience5 Goodspeed, Seth4, Moses3, Ebenezer2, Roger1) was born September 22, 1814 in Middletown, Rutland County, Vermont (Source: Death Card.), and died March 29, 1891 in Unknown (Source: Death Card.). He married (1) ? Bentley. He married (2) Jane N. Baxter July 02, 1845 in Hamilton, Van Buren County, Michigan (Source: Book A.), daughter of John Baxter and Adaline.

Notes for James M. Lumbard:
Migration: Vermont, Michigan, ?
Land:
Town Offices: None known
Will: Haven't found
1880 Census shows he worked in wood yard and that his 76 year old mother-in-law Delia (Adaline) Baxter lived with them.
Records show that James witnessed 2 marriages in his house and that JP John Baxter, his father-in-law, performed them:
6 May 1847 Samuel S. Whitlock 27 to Martha M. Baxter 17
2nd witness Henry Coleman
22 Feb 1852 John Linderman 30 to Marion N. Coleman 22
2nd witness George A. Bentley
1 Nov 1838 Covington Township 80 acres $240 paid $1.50 in taxes
14 Nov 1839 Alpena Township 80 acres $320 paid $2.20 in taxes
13 Nov 1840 Hamilton Township 80 acres $153 paid $1.89 in taxes

More About ? Bentley:
Cause of Death: Childbirth/Guess

Marriage Notes for James Lumbard and Jane Baxter:
Their marriage took place in John Baxter's house, he 30, she 20; performed by P. Haydon, JP and witnessed by M. A. Haydon and George A. Bentley.

Children of James Lumbard and ? Bentley are:
52 i. Bethiah8 Lumbard, born Abt. 1841 (Source: Census.). She married ? Sacket.

Notes for ? Sacket:
Source: Family photo

+ 53 ii. James Bentley Lumbard, born March 18, 1842 in Hamilton, Van Buren County, Michigan; died September 22, 1920 in Carpenter,Richland Township, Clark County, South Dakota.

Children of James Lumbard and Jane Baxter are:
+ 54 i. Martha Jane8 Lumbard, born Abt. 1851 in Decatur, Van Buren County, Michigan.
55 ii. Sarah E. Lumbard, born Abt. 1857 (Source: Census.). She married George Schmidt March 15, 1883 in Van Buren County, Michigan (Source: Book A.).

47. Martha7 Lumbard (Ebenezer6, Patience5 Goodspeed, Seth4, Moses3, Ebenezer2, Roger1) was born Abt. 1817 (Source: Death Certificate.), and died November 19, 1876 in Decatur, Van Buren County, Michigan (Source: Death Certificate.). She married George A. Bentley.

Notes for George A. Bentley:
Migration: New York, Michigan
Land:
Town Offices: Supervisor, Hamilton Township - 1840, 1841, 1844, 1851
Treasurer, Hamilton Township - 1860
Will: Haven't got yet
Worked in saw mill all his life.
There were 22 Original Township Electors; George was one of them. (Source: History of Van Buren County & Kalamazoo Valley Family Newsletter 1972-1973 Volume 2 Number 2 )

Children of Martha Lumbard and George Bentley are:
56 i. Parmelia8 Bentley, born Abt. 1841 in Hamilton, Van Buren County, Michigan (Source: Census.).
57 ii. Thankful M. Bentley, born Abt. 1842 in Hamilton, Van Buren County, Michigan (Source: Census.). She married Merit C. Steele July 02, 1863 in Van Buren County, Michigan (Source: Book A.).
+ 58 iii. George A. Bentley Jr., born Abt. 1845 in Hamilton, Van Buren County, Michigan; died November 25, 1913 in Decatur, Van Buren County, Michigan.
59 iv. Francis A. Bentley, born Abt. 1848 in Hamilton, Van Buren County, Michigan (Source: Census.); died Bef. 1860 in Hamilton, Van Buren County, Michigan.

Notes for Francis A. Bentley:
Doesn't show up on any census after 1850.

60 v. Emily A. Bentley, born Abt. 1849 in Hamilton, Van Buren County, Michigan (Source: Census.).


Generation No. 8

50. Charles R.8 Avery (Sarah A.7 Lumbard, Ebenezer6, Patience5 Goodspeed, Seth4, Moses3, Ebenezer2, Roger1) (Source: Census.) was born September 1842 in Paw Paw, Van Buren County, Michigan (Source: Census.), and died 1916 in Paw Paw, Van Buren County, Michigan (Source: Grave marker.). He married Flora A. Kemble June 22, 1865 in Paw Paw, Van Buren County, Michigan (Source: Book A.), daughter of A. Kemble and Emiline Fowler.

Notes for Charles R. Avery:
Migration: Michigan
Land: Guess/owned property at 212 N. Niles Street, Paw Paw.
Town Offices: Treasurer, Village of Paw Paw - 1868, 1871-1876
Will: Haven't got yet
1880 Census shows Emiline Kemble age 57 and Sarah A. Avery age 67 living with them. The 1900 Census shows they have a servant; Emma Draper b. 1863 in Michigan. He worked as clerk in a store.
Buried: Prospect Hill Cemetery, Paw Paw, Van Buren County, Michigan
Section C Lot No. E24 Row 25 Pos 6

Notes for Flora A. Kemble:
Buried: Prospect Hill Cemetery, Paw Paw, Van Buren County, Michigan
Section C Lot No. E24 Row 25 Pos 5

Children of Charles Avery and Flora Kemble are:
61 i. Nettie E.9 Avery, born 1871 in Paw Paw, Van Buren County, Michigan (Source: Grave marker.); died 1873 in Paw Paw, Van Buren County, Michigan (Source: Grave marker.).

Notes for Nettie E. Avery:
Buried: Prospect Hill Cemetery, Paw Paw, Van Buren County, Michigan
Section C Lot No. E24 Row 25 Pos 3

62 ii. Bernita Avery (Source: Grave marker.), born July 12, 1874 in Paw Paw, Van Buren County, Michigan; died April 23, 1885 in Paw Paw, Van Buren County, Michigan.

Notes for Bernita Avery:
Buried: Prospect Hill Cemetery, Paw Paw, Van Buren County, Michigan
Section C Lot No. E24 Row 25 Pos 4

More About Bernita Avery:
Cause of Death: Diptheria

+ 63 iii. Frank Richardson Avery, born March 1877 in Paw Paw, Van Buren County, Michigan.

53. James Bentley8 Lumbard (James M.7, Ebenezer6, Patience5 Goodspeed, Seth4, Moses3, Ebenezer2, Roger1) was born March 18, 1842 in Hamilton, Van Buren County, Michigan (Source: Death Certificate.), and died September 22, 1920 in Carpenter,Richland Township, Clark County, South Dakota (Source: Death Certificate.). He married Julia Anne McOmber February 06, 1870 in Lake Township, Berrien County, Michigan (Source: Marriage certificate.).

Notes for James Bentley Lumbard:
Migration: Michigan, Minnesota, South Dakota
Land: None known
Town Offices: None known
Will: Haven't sent for yet
Farmer and Teamster.
Moved from Decatur, Van Buren County, Michigan to Comfrey Village, Bashaw Township, Brown County, Minnesota to Carpenter, Richland Township, Clark County, South Dakota where he died and is buried in the Union Cemetery 4 miles west of Claude's burial site.
His daughters married the Gowin brothers and moved to Edmunton, Alberta, Canada. Maud got sick in 1906 and his wife went to take care of her and never returned to him.
The 1920 Census shows him living first with Thomas Iverson then Claude, they were taken at different times. He died shortly after the census at Claudes'.

More About James Bentley Lumbard:
Cause of Death: Heart attack

Marriage Notes for James Lumbard and Julia McOmber:
They were married by Gerald Parrish, JP and the witnesses were Francis Ward and Mary E. McOmber of Lake Township, Berrien County, Michigan.

Children of James Lumbard and Julia McOmber are:
+ 64 i. Harry Bentley9 Lumbard, born February 05, 1873 in Decatur, Van Buren County, Michigan; died in Chehalis, Lewis County, Washington.
+ 65 ii. Clara Adell Lumbard, born August 28, 1876 in Decatur, Van Buren County, Michigan; died April 10, 1935 in Edmunton, Alberta, Canada.
66 iii. Maud C. Lumbard, born February 16, 1882 in Decatur, Van Buren County, Michigan (Source: Birth Certificate.); died April 25, 1906 in Edmunton, Alberta, Canada (Source: Grave marker.). She married Clarence G. Gowin Abt. 1900 in Minnesota.

Notes for Maud C. Lumbard:
Twin
Buried by Connelly-MacKinley Ltd. in the Edmunton Cemetery

Notes for Clarence G. Gowin:
Buried by Connelly-MacKinley Ltd. in the Edmunton Cemetery.

+ 67 iv. Claude Everette Lumbard, born February 16, 1882 in Decatur, Van Buren County, Michigan; died May 30, 1953 in Huron, Beadle County, South Dakota.

54. Martha Jane8 Lumbard (James M.7, Ebenezer6, Patience5 Goodspeed, Seth4, Moses3, Ebenezer2, Roger1) was born Abt. 1851 in Decatur, Van Buren County, Michigan (Source: Census.). She married Marvin Hinkley December 27, 1870 in Lawton, Van Buren County, Michigan (Source: Marriage certificate.), son of Henry Hinkley and Cecelia.

Notes for Marvin Hinkley:
They lived on Sherwood Street in Decatur all their lives, then son Myron took over the property.

Marriage Notes for Martha Lumbard and Marvin Hinkley:
When married he was 25, she was 19. Minister was Horace Hall. Witnesses were J. W. Statler of Chicago, Illinois and Frank Tinkham of Summerville, Michigan.

Children of Martha Lumbard and Marvin Hinkley are:
+ 68 i. Henry H.9 Hinkley, born April 1874.
69 ii. Morris Hinkley, born Abt. 1876 (Source: Census.).

Notes for Morris Hinkley:
Morris never shows up as married adult through 1920 Census in Michigan.

70 iii. Agness Hinkley, born Abt. 1878 (Source: Census.).
71 iv. Mary Hinkley, born Abt. 1879 (Source: Census.).
72 v. Celia Hinkley, born Abt. 1880 (Source: Census.).
73 vi. LeRoy Hinkley, born July 1881 (Source: Census.).

Notes for LeRoy Hinkley:
LeRoy never shows up as married adult thru 1920 Census in Michigan.

+ 74 vii. Myron A. Hinkley, born February 1890.

58. George A. Bentley8 Jr. (Martha7 Lumbard, Ebenezer6, Patience5 Goodspeed, Seth4, Moses3, Ebenezer2, Roger1) was born Abt. 1845 in Hamilton, Van Buren County, Michigan (Source: Census.), and died November 25, 1913 in Decatur, Van Buren County, Michigan (Source: Obit (Decatur Republican).). He married Frank M. Linderman Abt. 1875, daughter of John Linderman and Marion Coleman.

Notes for George A. Bentley Jr.:
A nephew Elmer Steele buried him in the Hamilton Cemetery. When he died, both his wife and one daughter were dead. One lived in Oregon but no one knew where. He had previously lived in North Dakota but had lived back in Michigan the last 15 years. (Source: Obit - Decatur Republican).

More About George A. Bentley Jr.:
Cause of Death: Heart attack

Children of George Jr. and Frank Linderman are:
75 i. Lulu M.9 Bentley, born Abt. 1876 in Paw Paw, Van Buren County, Michigan (Source: Census.).
76 ii. Mabel F. Bentley, born Abt. 1878 in Paw Paw, Van Buren County, Michigan (Source: Census.).


Generation No. 9

63. Frank Richardson9 Avery (Charles R.8, Sarah A.7 Lumbard, Ebenezer6, Patience5 Goodspeed, Seth4, Moses3, Ebenezer2, Roger1) was born March 1877 in Paw Paw, Van Buren County, Michigan (Source: Census.). He married Blanch Lemaux (Source: Grave marker.) Abt. 1906 in Paw Paw, Van Buren County, Michigan (Source: Census/Estimate.).

Notes for Frank Richardson Avery:
1920 Census shows him still living in family home at 212 N. Niles Street and still has servant; Emma Draper.
Buried: Prospect Hill Cemetery, Paw Paw, Van Buren County, Michigan
Section C Lot No. E24 Row 24 Pos 3

Notes for Blanch Lemaux:
Buried: Prospect Hill Cemetery, Paw Paw, Van Buren County, Michigan
Section C Lot No. E24 Row 24 Pos 2

Children of Frank Avery and Blanch Lemaux are:
77 i. Charles L.10 Avery, born Abt. 1907 in Paw Paw, Van Buren County, Michigan (Source: Census.).
78 ii. Isadore Avery, born Abt. 1911 in Paw Paw, Van Buren County, Michigan (Source: Census.).
79 iii. Frederick Richard Avery, born 1916 in Paw Paw, Van Buren County, Michigan (Source: Grave marker.); died 1929 in Paw Paw, Van Buren County, Michigan (Source: Grave marker.).

Notes for Frederick Richard Avery:
Buried: Prospect Hill Cemetery, Paw Paw, Van Buren County, Michigan
Section C Lot No. E24 Row 24 Pos 1

80 iv. Mary E. Avery, born Abt. 1920 in Paw Paw, Van Buren County, Michigan (Source: Census.).

64. Harry Bentley9 Lumbard (James Bentley8, James M.7, Ebenezer6, Patience5 Goodspeed, Seth4, Moses3, Ebenezer2, Roger1) was born February 05, 1873 in Decatur, Van Buren County, Michigan (Source: Birth Certificate.), and died in Chehalis, Lewis County, Washington (Source: Frank Everette Lumbard.). He married (1) Grace E. Dickerson Abt. 1899 in Stately Township, Brown County, Minnesota. He married (2) Minnie Abt. 1922 in Minnesota.

Notes for Harry Bentley Lumbard:
Migration: Michigan, Minnesota, Washington
Land: None known
Town Offices: None known
Will: Haven't got yet
Harry went from Minnesota to Washington in 1936 according to Frank Everette Lumbard to join up with Claude, his brother, and Milton Gowin, his brother-in-law, to pick apples in Chehalis.

More About Grace E. Dickerson:
Cause of Death: Childbirth/Guess

Children of Harry Lumbard and Grace Dickerson are:
81 i. Female10 Lumbard, born February 06, 1901 in Stately Township, Brown County, Minnesota (Source: Death Certificate.); died February 20, 1901 in Stately Township, Brown County, Minnesota (Source: Death Certificate.).
82 ii. Irene G. Lumbard, born Abt. 1903 in Minnesota (Source: Census.). She married Edwin Russell.
83 iii. Frances Julia Lumbard, born Abt. 1904 in Minnesota (Source: Census.). She married ? Sullivan.
84 iv. James Edward Lumbard, born November 01, 1905 in Minnesota (Source: Social Security Index/Census.); died October 1970 in Flint, Genesee County, Michigan (Source: Social Security Index.).
85 v. Charles H. Lumbard, born January 23, 1913 in Minnesota (Source: Social Security Index/Census.); died October 1984 in Centralia, Lewis County, Washington (Source: Social Security Index.).

Children of Harry Lumbard and Minnie are:
86 i. Ada10 Lumbard (Source: Frank Everette Lumbard.), Stepchild.
87 ii. Leo Lumbard (Source: Frank Everette Lumbard.), Stepchild.

65. Clara Adell9 Lumbard (James Bentley8, James M.7, Ebenezer6, Patience5 Goodspeed, Seth4, Moses3, Ebenezer2, Roger1) was born August 28, 1876 in Decatur, Van Buren County, Michigan (Source: Birth Certificate.), and died April 10, 1935 in Edmunton, Alberta, Canada (Source: Grave marker.). She married Milton J. Gowin Abt. 1900 in Minnesota (Source: Estimate/Guess.), son of John Gowin and Emily.

Notes for Clara Adell Lumbard:
Buried by the Connelly-MacKinley Ltd. in the Edmunton Cemetery.

Notes for Milton J. Gowin:
Family folklore says the Queen of England either visited him or sent him a card at the old age home on his 100th birthday.
Buried by Connelly-MacKinley Ltd. in the Edmunton Cemetery.
He was a lumberjack.
He came out to Chehalis, Washington around 1936.

Children of Clara Lumbard and Milton Gowin are:
88 i. Elmo Alton10 Gowin, born April 04, 1901; died October 08, 1927. He married Lexican Jeffrey September 26, 1927 in ?Highnet.
89 ii. Vernon Roscoe Gowin, born June 12, 1903. He married Daisy Abt. 1925.
90 iii. Mildred Evelyn Gowin, born September 10, 1905 in Edmunton, Alberta, Canada (Source: Frank Everette Lumbard.).
+ 91 iv. Russell Albert Gowin, born May 12, 1909 in Edmunton, Alberta, Canada.
92 v. Athur Milton Archambault Gowin, born June 30, 1917 in Edmunton, Alberta, Canada (Source: Frank Everette Lumbard.); died Bet. 1941 - 1945 in Normandy in the war (Source: Frank Everette Lumbard.).

67. Claude Everette9 Lumbard (James Bentley8, James M.7, Ebenezer6, Patience5 Goodspeed, Seth4, Moses3, Ebenezer2, Roger1) was born February 16, 1882 in Decatur, Van Buren County, Michigan (Source: Birth Certificate.), and died May 30, 1953 in Huron, Beadle County, South Dakota (Source: Death Certificate.). He married Mary Jane Ratliff July 22, 1908 in Carpenter, Richland Township, Clark County, South Dakota (Source: Marriage certificate.).

Notes for Claude Everette Lumbard:
Migration: Michigan, Minnesota, South Dakota, Washington, Michigan, South Dakota
Land: 80 acres South Dakota
Will: Haven't got yet
Twin.
Claude purchased 80 acres, SE 1/4 of NW 1/4 and NE 1/4 of NW 1/4 of section 25 on 25 Sep 1919 for homesteading from the government. He sold same property to Genie E. Stueben from Rockford, Iowa on 5 Jul 1928.
Claude and Mary Jane are buried together at the Richland Cemetery near Carpenter.
Tom was begged by his grandmother to visit her before she died and he did for a week. That is how he got interested in his family lineage.
He owned his own automotive repair garage in Carpenter. Later, when he lived with his son Frank in Redford, Michigan he operated an appliance repair shop out of the garage.
Claude went to Washington around 1935 to pick apples then went to Redford, Michigan in the early 50's to live with his son, Frank. Just before he died in 1953, he asked Frank to return him to South Dakota.

More About Claude Everette Lumbard:
Cause of Death: Ruptured Gall Bladder

Marriage Notes for Claude Lumbard and Mary Ratliff:
Married in aunt Cassie and uncle Iver Iverson's house by E. R. Little, Minister. He 26, she 18. Source: Certificate and Frank Everette Lumbard.

Children of Claude Lumbard and Mary Ratliff are:
+ 93 i. Elveda Maude10 Lumbard, born October 24, 1909 in Carpenter, Clark County, South Dakota; died March 19, 1994 in Georgetown, Madison County, New York.
94 ii. Julia Frances Lumbard, born October 16, 1913 in Carpenter, Clark County, South Dakota (Source: Social Security Index/Census.); died December 16, 1987 in Seattle, King County, Washington (Source: Social Security Index.). She married John William Norman June 30, 1932 in Washington (Source: Mary Jane Lumbard (Ratliff).).

Notes for Julia Frances Lumbard:
Julia took care of her invalid mother for many years and was at the funeral with her brother Frank and his wife Novie, and her nephew Tom, Frank's son.
She had no children.

Notes for John William Norman:
Was in peacetime army before WWII.

95 iii. Frank Everette Lumbard, born January 03, 1924 in Carpenter, Clark County, South Dakota.

68. Henry H.9 Hinkley (Martha Jane8 Lumbard, James M.7, Ebenezer6, Patience5 Goodspeed, Seth4, Moses3, Ebenezer2, Roger1) was born April 1874 (Source: Census.). He married Blanch G. Abt. 1897 in Michigan.

Notes for Henry H. Hinkley:
Henry disappears from Michigan after 1910 Census.
1900 Census shows servant Ethel Garner 21 b. July 1878 Michigan.

Children of Henry Hinkley and Blanch G. are:
96 i. Aletha V.10 Hinkley, born May 1899 in Columbia Township, Van Buren County, Michigan (Source: Census.).
97 ii. Dorothy G. Hinkley, born Abt. 1906 in Michigan (Source: Census.).

74. Myron A.9 Hinkley (Martha Jane8 Lumbard, James M.7, Ebenezer6, Patience5 Goodspeed, Seth4, Moses3, Ebenezer2, Roger1) was born February 1890 (Source: Census.). He married Ruby C. Abt. 1912 in Michigan (Source: Estimate.).

Children of Myron Hinkley and Ruby C. are:
98 i. Mayone A.10 Hinkley, born Abt. 1914 in Decatur, Van Buren County, Michigan (Source: Census.).
99 ii. Horace M. Hinkley, born Abt. 1918 in Decatur, Van Buren County, Michigan (Source: Census.).


Generation No. 10

91. Russell Albert10 Gowin (Clara Adell9 Lumbard, James Bentley8, James M.7, Ebenezer6, Patience5 Goodspeed, Seth4, Moses3, Ebenezer2, Roger1) was born May 12, 1909 in Edmunton, Alberta, Canada (Source: Frank Everette Lumbard.). He married (1) ? (Source: Frank Everette Lumbard.). He married (2) ?? (Source: Frank Everette Lumbard.).

Marriage Notes for Russell Gowin and ?:
He married three times.

Children of Russell Gowin and ? are:
100 i. Russell Gowin11 Jr., born Abt. 1930.
101 ii. Fay Gowin, born Abt. 1932.
102 iii. Dorothy Gowin, born Abt. 1935.

93. Elveda Maude10 Lumbard (Claude Everette9, James Bentley8, James M.7, Ebenezer6, Patience5 Goodspeed, Seth4, Moses3, Ebenezer2, Roger1) was born October 24, 1909 in Carpenter, Clark County, South Dakota (Source: Social Security Index.), and died March 19, 1994 in Georgetown, Madison County, New York (Source: Social Security Index.). She married Clairmont S. Lewis July 01, 1943 in New York (Source: Frank Everette Lumbard.).

Notes for Elveda Maude Lumbard:
Nickname "Peggy" She took the name of Frank's horse, Frank never found out why.
Elveda was working at the Boeing plant in Seattle when she met Clairmont, who was a guard for the Army. They proceeded to New York and got married.
Tom again was begged by his aunt in 1993 to visit before she died, he did for 3 days in July.

Children of Elveda Lumbard and Clairmont Lewis are:
103 i. Mary Elizabeth11 Lewis, born May 06, 1943 in New York (Source: Elveda.); Adopted child.
104 ii. Belle Julia Lewis, born June 11, 1949 in Norwich, New York (Source: Elveda.).
105 iii. Norman, Foster child.


More About Norman:
Cause of Death: Died in Korean Conflict

106 iv. Loren, Foster child.