Joseph Rodney Cole's father was Ezekiel Cole and his mother was Ezekiel’s 2nd wife Polly Lovejoy. Ezekiel’s parentage & origin has been rather difficult to confirm & trace, due to a lack of records. I have looked numerous places, but have not been able to find an actual record notation indicating his age or origin yet despite what some online trees and secondary sources indicate. Although there was an Ezekiel born in the Middleton/Bridgewater area to Edward & Betsy Cole who apparently had children & died prior to 1825, plus had a sister-in-law named Alden, I don’t believe that is enough proof to establish this couple as his parents as tempting as it may be. In next week’s post I’ll delve a little deeper into theory but for this week, let’s focus on what the records indicate.
It is clear he was in Maine prior to the end of 1802, because he married Elizabeth Hastings Feb 10 1803 recorded in Augusta, ME and also in Sidney, ME. According to the Town Clerk in Sidney that marriage record does not say he was from Bridgewater, MA. It states only that they were both from Sidney at the time, the same goes for additional sources which record the intention & marriage[i]. Elizabeth was the daughter of Moses Hastings & Hannah Marsh of Sidney[ii]. The end of 1802 is clear because a child born in the end of July 1803 was most likely conceived prior to their marriage in Feb 1803. Therefore we know he was likely in Sidney or at least Maine before the latter months of 1802.
He has not been found on the 1800 Census anywhere, so it is unclear where he was then. He most likely was in someone else’s home. We know there is a court doc May 1803 in which Ezekiel Cole of Sidney is a defendant in a Judgment recovery case, but unfortunately the only notation found in the Maine State Archives was a microfilm docket list which showed no further pertinent information[iii].
Ezekiel’s 1st wife, Elizabeth Cole, died shortly after giving birth to a daughter Jul 30 1803, both events are recorded in Martha Ballard’s Diary[iv]. Ezekiel then courted Polly/Mary Lovejoy (4G) of Vasselboro, ME, daughter of Nathaniel Lovejoy & Mary Roberts[v]. They announced an intention to marry in Vassalboro Feb 16, 1805. The intention to marry & marriage indicated by several sources consistently state “Ezekiel Cole of Sidney” & “Polly Lovejoy of Vassalboro”. They married Mar 10 1805 in Vassalboro, ME[vi].
In 1806 “Ezekiel Cole of Sidney” purchased a certain tract of land in Vassalboro from Benjamin Woodbridge. Vassalboro (Kennebec County) Deed: bk 100 pg 320 & 321
“Know all men by the presents, that I Benjamin Woodbridge of Vassalborough in the County of Kennebec, yeoman, in consideration of sity dollars to me paid by Ezekiel cole of Sidney in said County, yeoman, (the receipt whereof I do hereby acknowledge) do hereby give, grant, sell & convey unto the said Cole a certain tract or parcel of land in said Vassalboro being part of lot number 77 of the front range of lots which are usually known &t called by the name of the first range of losts & bounded as follows, viz. beginning on the easterly side of the county road at the centre of said lot thence running east south east eihty rods, thence north north east twelve rods, thence west north west80 rods to the county road aforesaid, thence by said road to the bounds first mentioned- containing six acres. To have& to hold to the same said Cole his heirs & assigns to his & their use & benefit forever. And I do covenant with the said Cole his heirs & assigns that I am lawfully seized in fee of the premises that they are free of all incumbances that I have good right to sell & convey the same of the said Cole, & that I will warrant & defend the same to the said Cole his heirs & assigns forever against the lawful claims & demands of any persons. – In witness whereof I the said Benjamin Woodbridge have hereunto set my hand & seal this ninth day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and six. – Benjamin Woodbridge & Lydia Woodbridge – appeared May 27 1806 in person to James Brackett JP”
Ezekiel Cole’s death is noted in Ballard’s Diary as well on Mar 11 1810. It states “Ezekiel Coal of Varsalboro fell with a Stick of wood he was Carrying on his Sholder which put a period to his life”[vii] Neither a burial, nor cemetery record was found in Vassalboro or Sidney. ME, however if I was to guess where he was buried… I would say he might be buried with his in-laws, Nathaniel & Mary Lovejoy in Union Cemetery[viii], and his grave was not marked – but that is just a guess.
The 1810 Census shows Polly listed without Ezekiel in Vassalboro. She 2 has two young males & 2 young daughters with her[ix]. Mary announced an intention to marry Moses Nickles/Nicholas on June 20 1812 and they married on Jul 5 1812[x]. Moses & Mary were in Vassalboro on the 1820 US Census[xi], but he seems to be widowed before 1840[xii] & died about 1855. Moses Nicholas of Vassalboro was defendant in an assault case in Oct 1811 via Maine Court records 1696-1854[xiii] parents are unknown to the compiler except that they are, NOT William & Susannah (Brown)"Nickles" of Billerica, MA. This is another man who married Rhoda Miller & is buried in Carlisle, Ma[xiv]
I checked to see if maybe Moses Nickles acquired the land Ezekiel owned, but no deed was found for the sale of the property under Mary/Polly Cole or Nic*, however I did find a deed # 50-451 from Moses Nickles to Nathaniel Lovejoy in 1824:
“Know all men by these presents that I Moses Nickles in consideration of seventy five dollars to me paid by Nath’l Lovejoy the receipt I do hereby acknowledge do hereby give grant , sell & convey unto the said Lovejoy a certain house and lot on which the same now stands bounded as my fence now stands being the same house and lot which I now live in Vasalboro in the County of Kennebec standing near Edward/Edmond Thatcher’s house. To have and to hold the same to the said Lovejoy his heirs & assigns to his & their benefit forever. And I do covenant with the said Lovejoy his heirs & assigns that I am lawfully seized in of the premises:that they are free of all encumbrances: that I have good right to sell and convey the same to the said Lovejoy. And that I will warrant & defend the same to the said Lovejoy, his heirs & assigns forever against the lawful claims & demands of any persons claiming from by or under one of my heirs or assigns. In witness whereof I the said Moses Nickles have here unto set my hand & seal this twenty first day of December in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred twenty four in the presence of John abbott – [Signed] Moses Nickles signed sealed and delivered”
When Mary died is unclear and a cemetery record has not been found for her either. It seems she died between 1820-1840 in Vassalboro, ME, but the deed above makes me wonder if she died as early as 1824.
Ezekiel Cole & Elizabeth Hastings had:
1. Elizabeth Hastings Cole b. Jul 30 1803[xv]. She was raised by her maternal grandparents,
Moses Hastings & Hannah Marsh. An intention to marry John Cross was filed on Mar 17 1829[xvi]. They removed to Augusta about 1840. She died Aug 3 1887 at the age of 84 in Maine[xvii].
John Cross & Elizabeth Cole had:
[See page 469a in Illustrated History of Kennebec County, Maine, by Kingsbury & Deyo]
1. John Melvin Cross[xviii] b. 1832 m: Susan M. Dudley dau of James Dudley
1. Lillian M. Cross m. William L. Thompson of Augusta, ME
2. Burton M. Cross
2. Caroline Augusta Cross[xix]
3. Mary Ellen Cross[xx].
Ezekiel Cole & Polly/Mary Lovejoy had:
2. Joseph Rodney Cole born Dec. 31, 1805 at Sidney, ME - see previous post, but also note since that
post an intention to marry has been found in Vital Records of Sidney, Maine Books I & II [Maine State Library] “Mr. Joseph R. Cole, & Miss Sophia Russell, both of Sidney, Sept 24, 1837”
3. William Lovejoy Cole born Apr. 24, 1807 in Vasselboro, ME[xxi] I have been unable to determine his whereabouts after 1810.
4. Mary Alden Cole born Feb 2 1809 in Vassalboro, ME[xxii]. I have been unable to determine her
whereabouts after 1810. I have been able to rule out that she was definitely NOT the wife of William
W. Allen who is in Boston Ward 12 in 1850 & 1860 with various Cole & Lovejoy family members in their home. This woman was Mary H. Ulmar b. 1809[xxiii].
5. Lucy A. Cole b: abt Aug 28, 1811 (calc) d: Sept 11 1888 in Forest Hills, recorded in Malden, Ma
77y 14d p: listed as Ezekial & Mary (NEGHS)[xxiv] 1850 in Boston Ward 12 Lucy is living with her
half-sister Lavonia (Nickles) Bassett & her children[xxv]; 1878 Directory in Malden[xxvi]; 1880 Malden she lives with her “cousin” Mary (Lovejoy) Swain, wife of Edwin Swain & dau of Hiram; Alexr Lovejoy & his mother Mary O. Lovejoy live next door[xxvii].; 1884 Directory still in Malden[xxviii].
Moses Nicholas & Polly/Mary (Lovejoy) Cole had:
1. George W. Nicholas b. 1814[xxix] m: Olive Bassett in Vassalborough, 1840 & 1850
Vassalboro[xxx], d. Jan 1860 Fairfield, ME.
2. Lovina Nicholas b.1814[xxxi] m: Jabez Bassett[xxxii] d. Dec 30 1859 in Boston, MA[xxxiii], 1850 in Boston Ward 12 Lovina & her children are with her half-sister Lucy A. Cole[xxxiv] . Jabez & Livona
divorced in Nov 1854m in Kennebec, ME[xxxv].
1. Mary T. Bassett b. 1835 d. 1901 Cambridge, MA m: Charles H. Hollis 2. Abigail Bassett b. 1832 ME m: Charles Lovejoy
3. Joseph Bassett b. 1834[xxxvi]
4. Olive Bassett b. 1839 m: Simon W. Gile, a26, Provisions Dealer, son of Feb 24 1857
in Boston, dau of Jabez a18 b. Providencetown?[no mo] She died of Kidney disease
“Olive F. (m.n. Basset) Gile” b. Augusta, ME d. Aug 24 1898 in Boston widow of Simon
W. Gile 26 yrs, fa: ? Bassett mo: not listed
5. Alexander Bassett b. 1845 Me [w/ freeman Family- 1855 & 1860] May have deserted
Civil War in July 1862 in Warrenton, VA – Co E 13th Regiment - per annual Report of
the Adjutant General of the commonwealth of Massachusetts 1864 pg 425 on
Ancestry.com, but it seems the same man was in two from Massachusetts one Co E
13th , woodturner, Enl Jun 29 1861, survived the war, just show mustered out Jul 14
1862 near Warrenton, VA & another Co A 29th ,woodturner, survived the war mustered
out Jul 6 1861, enl a19; 1870 Census w/ Mary Hollis in Taunton; maybe 1880
Cambridge as a single, a32, student??? 1868; 1875; 1876; 1877 Cambridge
6. Samuel Bassett b. 1847 ME [1860 6th Ward Boston w/ Simon Gile/Cole & Olive?;
1870w/ freeman Family?-] m: Jun 13 1875 in Cambridge, MA, Catherine A. Powers
a21 b. Ireland dau of John & Ellen; says he is the son of “Cole” & “Alvona”, a30
Teamster,removed to Michigan. D. Jun 29 1941 Iron Mountain, MI b. Sep 10 1841 in
Bangor, ME son of Jobe Bassett & Mary Lavonia Cole [Nichols?]
3. Samuel Nicholas b. 1817[xxxvii] I have been unable to determine his whereabouts.
[i] Sidney, Maine Marriages Contributed by Silence Howard Hayden Chapter DAR, Waterville, Maine, Miss Sara D. Lang, 1937 [Maine State Library]: Under Marriages by Ichabod Thomas Esq. “Ezekiel Cole and Betsy Hastings, Feb 10, 1803.”; Vital Records of Sidney, Maine Books I & II [Maine State Library] Under marriages by Icabod Thomas, Esq. “Ezekiel Cole and Miss Betsey Hastings, Feb 10, 1803.”, also in that same book under Marriage Intentions it lists “”Mr. Ezekiel Cole, & Miss Betsy Hastings, both of Sidney, ent. & pub. 10 Jan 1803”
[ii] Illustrated History of Kennebec County Maine, Editors Henry D. Kingsbury & Simeon L. Deyo; John Hastings of Cambridge, MA and Some of His Descendants in Sidney, Maine Compiled by Beatrice Kay Reynolds [2 Versions – 1982 & 1995 – both at Maine State Library]
[iii] Kennebec County Supreme Judicial Court May 1803 Ezekiel Cole of Sidney is a defendant in a Judgment recovery case via Maine Court Records, 1696-1854, Kennebec County Supreme Judicial Court “Location 14-21, Volumeandpage 2-106-574”– originally found on Ancestry.com; Personal visit to the Maine State Archives & in viewing the film for Kennebec County Supreme Judicial Court nothing further was shown, however, the person working at the archives was clueless as to the files they held or what those location & volume indicators might be – so – it is entirely possible there is an actual file with more information.
[iv] Elizabeth Cole Death - Published Diary of Martha Ballard pg 612 online here: http://dohistory.org/diary/
[v] Polly Lovejoy Birth Maine Birth & Christenings 1739-1900 b. Aug 27 1784 in Vasselboro, ME, daughter of Nathaniel Lovejoy & Mary [Roberts]
[vi] Ezekiel Cole Intention Vital Records of Vassalboro, Maine by Foster, Angela M pg 27 “Intention of Marriage between Ezekiel Cole of Sidney & Polly Lovejoy of Vassalboro entered & Published 16th Feb 1805”; Vassalboro Vital Records also lists marriage as Mar 10, 1805 on a later page. Family Search also shows the marriage date. Also Vassalboro Town Records Books I, II and a part of Book III Presented to Maine State Library by Maine chapters Daughters of The American Revolution, Georgiana Lilly, State chairman Genealogical Records 1933-1934, Member of Mary Kelton Dummer Chapter Hallowell, Maine: “Intention of Marriage between Ezekiel Cole of Sidney and Polley Lovejoy of Vassalborough. Entered and Published 16 Feb. 1805”; Sidney, Maine Marriages Contributed by Silence Howard Hayden Chapter DAR, Waterville, Maine, Miss Sara D. Lang, 1937 [Maine State Library]: Under Marriages by Asa Wlber “Ezekiel Cole and Polley Lovejoy of vassalboro, Mar. 10, 1805”; Vital Records of Sidney, Maine Books I & II [Maine State Library] Under marriages by Icabod Thomas, Esq. “Mr. Ezekiel Cole, of Sidney, & Miss Polley Lovejpy, of Vassalboro, Mar. 10, 1805”, also in that same book under Marriage Intentions it lists “Mr. Ezekiel Cole, of this town, & Miss Polley Lovejoy, of Vassalboro, ent. & pub. 14 Feb 1805”
[vii] Ezekiel Cole Death Ballard Diary Mar 11 1810 "that Ezekiel Coal of Varsalboro fell with a Stick of wood he was Carrying on his Sholder which put a period to his life” online here: http://dohistory.org/diary/
[viii] Vassalboro Cemetery Inscriptions compiled & indexed by Norman E. Fossett in 1957-58, p. 16 under Union Cemetery, Located on old River Road on Hilltop overlooking Kennebec River Midway between Riverside & Getchell’s Corner: Nathaniel Lovejoy d.May 15 1849 a89; Mary his wife d.feb 27 1850 a87, Joseph Palmer Cole, son of Jos. P. & S. Cole, d. Jan 18 1850 age 2; Henry C. Cole, son of Jos. P. & Sopia Cole, d. Feb 5 1852 age 19 mo – also grouped with them are: Lillian A., dau of Wilbur B. & Kate J. Lewis, d. Apr 16 1902 age 2, Benjamin W. Lewis, b. Mar 9 1834 d. Jan 29 1906, Julia M., his wife, Feb 28 1840 – “, also: Vassalboro Cemetery Inscriptions Copied 1994 & 1995 by Betty Taylor, Julie Rowe and Russell Smith of Vassalboro, Members of Vassalboro Historical Society, pg 96: Lillian A., dau of Wilbur B. & Kate J. Lewis, d. Apr 16 1902 2y 11m 12d, Benjamin W. Lewis, b. Mar 9 1834 d. Jan 29 1906 “Father”, Julia M., his wife, b. Feb 28 1840 d. Dec 4 1922 “Mother”, Nathaniel Lovejoy d. May 15 1849 89y 9m 7d; Mary his wife d. Feb 27 1850 87y 1m; Joseph Palmer [Cole], son of Jos. R. & S. Cole, d. Jan 18 1850 age 2y 9m; Henry C. [Cole], son of Jos. R. & Sopia Cole, d. Feb 5 1852 age 19m
[ix] 1810 US Census in Vassalboro, ME- Polly Cole is listed without Ezekiel
[x] Marriage of Polly Cole Vital Records of Vassalboro, Maine, by Foster, Angela M. pg 64 – “Moses Nickles to Polly Cole both of Vassalboro were Joined in marriage July 5, 1812” Vassalboro Town Records Books I, II and a part of Book III Presented to Maine State Library by Maine chapters Daughters of The American Revolution, Georgiana Lilly, State chairman Genealogical Records 1933-1934, Member of Mary Kelton Dummer Chapter Hallowell, Maine:”Moses Nickles and Wd. Polly Cole, both of this town, entered and published, June 20, 1812” [Handwritten ‘see pg 24’], pg 24 then states: “Moses Nickles to [wd] Polly Cole both of Vassalboro were joined in marriage, Jul 5, 1812.”
[xi] 1820 US Census in Vassalboro, ME Moses Nicholas 2m -10, 1m 26-44, 1f under 10, 1f 26-44; Moses is probably w/ son George in Vassalboro 1840; No listing 1830
[xii] 1850 US Census Vassalboro, ME Moses Nicholas could be w/ Josiah Farewell a20, Mary Sotheurd a42, Caroline Sotheuard a20, Sarah Nicholas a19, Moses Nicholas a64, Athea Nicholas a2 [no Mary]
[xiii] Moses Nicholas of Vassalboro was defendant in an assault case in Oct 1811 via Maine Court records 1696-1854 on ancestry.com
[xiv] parents unknown, NOT William & Susannah (Brown)"Nickles" of Billerica - this is another man who married Rhoda Miller & is buried in Carlisle, Ma
[xv] Elizabeth Hastings Cole b. Jul 30 1803 Published Diary of Martha Ballard pg 612 online here: http://dohistory.org/diary/
[xvi] Vital Records of Sidney, Maine Books I & II [Maine State Library] “Mr. John Cross & Miss Betsy H. Cole, both of Sidney, Mar 17 1829”
[xvii] 1810 US Census Sidney, ME Moses Hastings[& Hannah Marsh] 1m 10-15, 2m 16-25, 1m 45+, 1f under 10, 1f 10-15, 3f 16-15, 1f 45+; 1820 US Census Moses Hastings 1m under 10, 1m 16-15, 2m 26-44, 1m 45+, 3f 16-25, 1f 45+; 1860 US Census Augusta, ME John Cross a56, Elizabeth H. a54, Caroline Augusta a22, Mary Ellen a15, 1870 US Census Augusta, ME John Cross a66, Elizabeth H. a65, John M. a37, Susan M. a32, Lellie M. a6, Melvin a2m, Godfrey Ludwig a42; Elizabeth Cross Death Maine Deaths & Burials 1841-1910, Aug 3 1887 a84 in Augusta, Maine;
[xviii] 1900 US Census Augusta, Me John M. Cross b. Oct 1832; 1880 Census Augusta, ME John M. Cross a47, Susan M. Cross a41, Lillian M. a16, Burton M. a10, Elizabeth H. a77, other Annie M. Chadwick a22; John “W.” Cross Death [but if you look at the way “Mar” is written you can see it is a “M” not a “W”] Maine Vital Records 1670-1907-Vital Records 1892-1907, d. Mar 21 1907 River Rd Augusta, ME, 74y5m b. Vassalboro, Farmer, married, mo. Elizabeth Cole b. Sidney, ME, fa John Cross b. Vassalboro, Carpenter, of heart failure
[xix] 1860 US Census Augusta, ME John Cross a56, Elizabeth H. a54, Caroline Augusta a22, Mary Ellen a15,
[xx] 1860 US Census Augusta, ME John Cross a56, Elizabeth H. a54, Caroline Augusta a22, Mary Ellen a15,
[xxi] William Lovejoy Cole Vassalboro, ME Vital Records Book pg 67 son of Ezekial Cole & Polly his wife born at Vassalboro Apr 24 1807 [No idea what happened to him]
[xxii] Mary Alden Cole Vassalboro, ME Vital Records Book pg 67 daughter of Ezekial cole & Polly his wife born at Vassalboro Feb 6 1809
[xxiii] Marriage of William Whilden Allen & Mary H. Ulmar Aug 23 1829 Boston, MA Massachusetts Marriages; Also see her death Mary H. Ulmar Allen, Oct 20 1874 in Massachusetts; the death of their son William Allen Feb 22 1899 in Melrose & the death of their daughter Mary Bolles (Allen) Lovejoy d. Apr 7 1906 in Medford, MA
[xxiv] Lucy A. Cole b: abt Aug 28, 1811 d: Sept 11 1888 in Forest Hills, recorded in Malden, Ma 77y 14d
p: listed as Ezekial & Mary (NEGHS)
[xxv] 1850 US Census Boston Ward 12 Wm H. Allen a46 Boot & Shoe 10,000, Mary a40, Wm W. a19, John a17, Mary a11, Lorenzo L. a9, Samuel Bassett a7, Lucy A. Cole a38, Abigail Bassett a18, Alexander Bassett a5, Lyvona [Nickles]Bassett a36 [also Mary T. Bassett who married Charles H. Hollis in Ma d. Cambridge 1901] ; [Abigail Bassett dau of Jabez Bassett [no mo]m: Charles Lovejoy, son of Jacob [no mo]on Oct 3 1854 in Melrose; “Abigail Bassett Lovejoy” b. Nov 28 1822  in Vasselbrough, ME  83y7m16d widow of Charles Lovejoy d. Malden Jul 14 1916, dau of Jabez Nichols [Bassett] & Lovina Nichols buried Forest Hill Boston [Malden] 1860 US Census Boston Ward 12 Wm W. Allen a50, Mary A./H. a46, Lorenzo L. Allen a19, Lorenzo Lovejoy a30, Mary R/B Lovejoy a20, Josephine Lovejoy 2mo, Catherine Lemon a14 (Servant), Ann Floyd a50; Lorenzo Lovejoy b. Vassalboro, son of Hiram Lovejoy & Mary O. to Mary Allen, dau of William H & Mary H.
[xxvi] 1878 Directory in Malden pg37 “Cole, Lucy Miss, boards E. c. Swain’s Pleasant”
[xxvii] 1880 US Census Malden, MA Lucy Cole Age: 68; Marital Status: Single; Relation to Head of House: "Cousin" - she lives with Mary (Lovejoy) Swain, wife of Edwin Swain & dau of Hiram; Alexr Lovejoy & his mother Mary O. Lovejoy live next door.
[xxviii] 1884 Malden Directory , but not 1882, 1885, 1886
[xxix] George W. Nicholas b. 1814 (Lovejoy Genealogy)
[xxx] 1840 & 1850 Vassalboro, ME George Nicholas a35, Olive Nicholas a35, Rosalsha Nicholos a15, George A. Nicholas a11, Gustavus A. a6, Samuel A. Nicholas a9, Theophalus Nicholas a4, Mary Nicholas a1
[xxxi] Massachusetts Deaths Livonia Bassett b. 1813 Vassalboro, ME, d. Dec 30 1859 a46 in Boston, MA, widowed, Disease of Kidney, no parents listed
[xxxii] Maine Divorce Records, 1798-1891 via ancestry.com - see children’s marriage records; 1840 US Census Vassalboro, MA; 1850 US Census Boston Ward 12 Wm H. Allen a46 Boot & Shoe 10,000, Mary a40, Wm W. a19, John a17, Mary a11, Lorenzo L. a9, Samuel Bassett a7, Lucy A. Cole a38, Abigail Bassett a18, Alexander Bassett a5, Lyvona [Nickles]Bassett a36
xxxiii] 1855 Massachusetts Census Boston Ward 12 Joseph Bassett a21, Livina Bassett a43, Charles Lovejoy a30, Abigail Lovejoy a22, Benjamin Lovejoy a19; Massachusetts Deaths Livonia Bassett b. 1813 Vassalboro, ME, d. Dec 30 1959 a46 in Boston, MA, widowed, Disease of Kidney, no parents listed
[xxxiv] 1850 US Census Boston Ward 12 Wm H. Allen a46 Boot & Shoe 10,000, Mary a40, Wm W. a19, John a17, Mary a11, Lorenzo L. a9, Samuel Bassett a7, Lucy A. Cole a38, Abigail Bassett a18, Alexander Bassett a5, Lyvona [Nickles]Bassett a36
[xxxv] Maine Divorce Records, 1798-1891 via ancestry.com
[xxxvi] 1855 Massachusetts Census Boston Ward 12 Joseph Bassett a21, Livina Bassett a43, Charles Lovejoy a30, Abigail Lovejoy a22, Benjamin Lovejoy a19
[xxxvii] Samuel Nicholas b. 1820 (Lovejoy Genealogy)
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