George Huntress1

M, #67, b. circa 1706, d. 1758
George Huntress|b. c 1706\nd. 1758|../g0/p369.htm#i67|George Huntress|b. c 1680\nd. bt 6 Sep 1708 - 28 Jun 1715|../g0/p369.htm#i69|Sarah Morrell|b. c 1680\nd. a 1750|../g0/p501.htm#i68|George Huntress|b. 6 Oct 1644\nd. 1715|../g0/p369.htm#i71|Mary Natt|b. 27 May 1650|../g0/p509.htm#i70|John Morrill|b. 1640\nd. a 1684|../g0/p502.htm#i75|Sarah Hodsdon|b. c 1650|../g0/p327.htm#i3591|
FatherGeorge Huntress2 b. c 1680, d. bt 6 Sep 1708 - 28 Jun 1715
MotherSarah Morrell1 b. c 1680, d. a 1750
ChartsPedigree Chart for Paul Huntress
6th Cousin of Bette Davis (1908-1989)
Last Edited6 Mar 2013
     George Huntress was born at Portsmouth, New Hampshire, circa 1706.1 He was the son of George Huntress and Sarah Morrell.2,1 George Huntress married at Portsmouth, New Hampshire, on 1 January 1726/27, Elizabeth Seward, (both) of Portsmouth, daughter of Samuel Seward.3,4 George Huntress died in 1758.5
      He had under his father's will half of his father's farm which lay in Portsmouth, bounded north by Stony Brook. In 1729 George Huntress, of Newington, cordwainer with Elizabeth his wife, conveyed to his elder brother Christopher of Newington, bricklayer, all his right under the will of George Huntress his grandfather6, and at once bought a lot 40 x 70 feet on Pickering's Neck in Portsmouth7.

In 1742/3 George Huntress, cordwainer, with Elizabeth his wife took Pelatiah Moses as apprentice8.

George and Elizabeth probably had other children. George Huntress was cordwainer. 9 He resided at Portsmouth, New Hampshire, in 1729.

Family

Elizabeth Seward b. c 1706
Marriage*He married at Portsmouth, New Hampshire, on 1 January 1726/27, Elizabeth Seward, (both) of Portsmouth, daughter of Samuel Seward.3,4 
Child

Citations

  1. [S398] Huntress Family, 1:16.
  2. [S326] N.H. State Pap., Vol. 31, 765-7.
  3. [S1573] Portsmouth VRs 1699-1742, 32 (FHL microfilm 0,908,585 Item 2).
  4. [S7309] Portsmouth VRs, [October 1870] 24:359.
  5. [S14] New Hampshire Probate, vol. 15, p.
  6. [S7] N.H.Deeds , vol. 17, p. 333.
  7. [S7] N.H.Deeds , vol. 17, p. 466.
  8. [S7] N.H.Deeds , vol. 30, p. 24.
  9. A cordwainer is a leatherworker who made things of cordovan, esp. shoes. Cordovan is a fine-grained, colored leather, usually of split horsehide, but orig. made of goatskin at Cordoba, Spain

George Huntress1

M, #69, b. circa 1680, d. between 6 September 1708 and 28 June 1715
George Huntress|b. c 1680\nd. bt 6 Sep 1708 - 28 Jun 1715|../g0/p369.htm#i69|George Huntress|b. 6 Oct 1644\nd. 1715|../g0/p369.htm#i71|Mary Natt|b. 27 May 1650|../g0/p509.htm#i70|George Huntress|b. s 1607\nd. b 16 Jul 1676|../g0/p369.htm#i17|Thomasen Mills|b. 9 Sep 1610|../g0/p492.htm#i11443|John Natt||../g0/p509.htm#i11642||||
FatherGeorge Huntress1 b. 6 Oct 1644, d. 1715
MotherMary Natt1 b. 27 May 1650
ChartsPedigree Chart for Paul Huntress
6th Cousin of Bette Davis (1908-1989)
Last Edited3 Dec 2012
     George Huntress was born at Portsmouth, New Hampshire, circa 1680.1 He was the son of George Huntress and Mary Natt.1 George Huntress married at Portsmouth, New Hampshire, on 4 August 1701, Sarah Morrell, daughter of John Morrill and Sarah Hodsdon, ceremony performed by Rev. John Pike.2,3,4,5 George Huntress died between 6 September 1708 and 28 June 1715 when his father made his will.1
     He resided at Portsmouth, New Hampshire.6 He was a soldier in Queen Anne's War, Capt. Westbrook's company, serving at Her Majesty's Fort William and Mary, Newcastle between 23 August 1708 and 6 September 1708.7,8,9 Each of their children below were mentioned in the will of George1 Huntress.1

Family

Sarah Morrell b. c 1680, d. a 1750
Marriage*He married at Portsmouth, New Hampshire, on 4 August 1701, Sarah Morrell, daughter of John Morrill and Sarah Hodsdon, ceremony performed by Rev. John Pike.2,3,4,5 
Children

Citations

  1. [S326] N.H. State Pap., Vol. 31, 765-7.
  2. [S1723] Charles W Tibbetts, N.H. Gen. Rec., 4:11.
  3. [S739] Dover Historical Collections, 130.
  4. [S5809] Hibbard Morrill descendants, 4.
  5. [S178] Hodsdon-Hodgdon Family, 29.
  6. [S398] Huntress Family, 1:16.
  7. [S2008] Military History of New Hampshire, 1:27.
  8. [S328] N.H. State Pap., Vol. 13, 240.
  9. [S331] N.H. State Pap., Vol. 14, 14.

George Huntress1

M, #71, b. 6 October 1644, d. 1715
George Huntress|b. 6 Oct 1644\nd. 1715|../g0/p369.htm#i71|George Huntress|b. s 1607\nd. b 16 Jul 1676|../g0/p369.htm#i17|Thomasen Mills|b. 9 Sep 1610|../g0/p492.htm#i11443|||||||||||||
FatherGeorge Huntress1 b. s 1607, d. b 16 Jul 1676
MotherThomasen Mills1 b. 9 Sep 1610
ChartsPedigree Chart for Paul Huntress
6th Cousin of Bette Davis (1908-1989)
Last Edited4 Aug 2010
     George Huntress was baptized at Plympton St. Mary, co. Devon, England, on 6 October 1644.2,1 He was the son of George Huntress and Thomasen Mills.1 George Huntress married at Portsmouth, New Hampshire, circa 1674, perhaps Mary Natt, daughter of John Natt.3 George Huntress died in the summer of 1715.3
      He came to America as early as 1667, when he was a servant of John Locke of Hampton.4 George Huntress resided in that part of Dover known as Bloody Point, which in 1713 became Newington.5 In 1678 he was included by Tythingman Jno. Dennett in his list of neighbors at Portsmouth, New Hampshire. "Jno. Dennett, for Wm. Earle, Jno. Cotten, Wm. Rackley, Sam. Clarke, Math. Nelson, Geo. Hunt, Jno. Place, Jno. Dennett, Rich. Jackson, Wm. Ham.".6 1696 George Huntress was highway surveyor for Bloody Point side and a soldier in King William's War.8,7 He was Constable in 1698.4 His will dated 28 June 1715, proved 19 Aug 1715, mentions his wife Mary, sons George, eldest, then dead, Samuel and John, daughter Abigail, and children of George, viz: Christopher, eldest son, George, youngest son, and daughters Elizabeth, Deborah and Sarah. He devised to his sons Samuel and John jointly 150 acres on the Long Reach of the Piscataqua where he was then living and to the sons of his son George, then dead, to George3 40 acres in Portsmouth constituting the southerly part of the testator's farm, subject to a life estate to his widow, and to Christopher3 all the rest of his real estate.9

Family

Mary Natt b. 27 May 1650
Marriage*He married at Portsmouth, New Hampshire, circa 1674, perhaps Mary Natt, daughter of John Natt.3 
Children

Citations

  1. [S1613] Plympton St. Mary CRs, 85 (FHL microfilm 0,916,928 Item 1) "October 1644: The 6th day was baptised Georg, the sonne of Georg Hvnte and Thomasin his wife."
  2. [S398] Huntress Family, 1:9 Henry Winthrop Hardon writes that he was born "probably in the South West of England ... That he came from the South West of England is to be inferred from the fact that the relations between this part of England and the New Hampshire colony were close so that Devonshire and Somersetshire was the English home of most of the New Hampshire colonists who settled there in the colonial days."
  3. [S326] N.H. State Pap., Vol. 31, 765-7.
  4. [S1433] Davis, Gen. Dict. Maine & New Hamp., 363.
  5. Rockingham County was formed in 1769
  6. [S299] Brewster, Rambles about Portsmouth Vol. 1, Ramble #9.
  7. King William's War (1689-97), see http://www.usahistory.com/wars/william.htm
  8. [S328] N.H. State Pap., Vol. 13, 239.
  9. [S326] N.H. State Pap., Vol. 31, 765-7
    GEORGE HUNTRESS 1715 NEWINGTON

    In The name of God amen-
    I George Huntris of newinton formerly dover in ye province
    of new Hampshire in new England yeoman haveing upon me
    ye Infirmities of old age * * *
    Item 2. I give and bequeath to my well beloved wife mary
    huntris all my moveable Estate within door and without to bee
    att her own disposing and also part of the Estate where I now
    dwell that is to say all the Land which Lieth betwen nathans
    knights and a fence on the north side of stony brook to run as the
    fence runs straight up to the head of the Land and so over as far
    as my Land goes with all the privileges there unto belonging or
    any waies appertaining dureing her naturall Life as also all the
    previlidge of the old oarchad which is upon that part of my Land
    which I desire for my Grandson Christopher huntris togather with
    away to transport anything through the foot of all the Land-
    and further I give unto my well beloved wife mary huntris four
    pounds in money or equil to money and tenn daies work of four
    oxen to be paid her yearly by my two sons dureing her natureall
    Life out of my Estate where my two sons samuell and John hunt-
    ris now lives-
    Item I Give and bequeth unto my two sons samuell and John
    Huntris my farme where they now dwell Lieing by the side of the
    Long reach part of which I bought of Mathew Nelson : and part
    of John pickering and part of William vaughan Esqr the whole
    whearof Contains one hundred and fifty acers be it more or less
    wich my two sons samuell and John huntris are to have Equily
    Divided betwen them they paying yearly to there mother as above
    sd part of which land lieth in the township of portsmoth and part
    in newington which was Dover which I give unto them and their
    heirs for Ever and my will further is that If either of my sons
    samuell or John huntris dye without Issue Lawfully begotten of
    his body that the surviver shall have and In Joy the whole to him
    his heirs for ever : and further my will is that If Either of my
    afore sd sons shall se Cause to dispose of his part that he shall
    offer his brother the refuse he Giveing as much for the same as
    any other person : Item : I Give and bequeth unto my Daughter
    abigail huntris tenn pounds in Goods att Currant prises to be
    paid by my Executors within one year after my decease Except
    I should pay it my self before I dye-
    Item I give and bequeath unto my Grand son Christopher
    huntris eldest son of my son George deced all that part of Land
    where my son George huntris dwelt which lyes betwen afence on
    the north side of stony brook Clemit misherves Land to him ye sd
    Christopher huntris his heirs and. asines for ever he paying unto
    his two sisters Elizabeth and Deborah huntris Each of them three
    pound in Goods att Curant prises within one year after he arives
    to the age of twenty one years-
    Ittem I give and bequeath unto my Grandson George huntris
    youngest son of my son george huntress all the Rest of that my
    plantation where on my son dwelt Extending from the fence on
    the north side of Stony brook southeastward to the furthest extent
    of my Land so that he paying unto his sister sarah huntris five
    pounds in Goods att Currnt prises within one year after he Comes
    to the age of twenty one years or the plantation Comes in his
    hands which is not to bee till after his Grandmothers decease I
    having Given itt her till then but after ward to be his and his
    heirs for ever which Land Lieth in the township of portsmouth
    Item I will that If either of my Grand Sons dye without Issue
    that then the Surviver shall have both parts to him and his heirs
    forever or if either of them Incline to see that he shall let his
    brother have the Refuse he giveing as much as any other person
    and Lastly I do make Constitute ordaine and appoint my well
    beloved sons samuell and John huntris my Executors or this my
    Last will and Testament : which are not to bee molested by any
    of my Children I haveing advanced them all ready by portions as
    I intended for them Excepting tenn pounds to my daughter abi-
    gail and I do hearby Revoke and disclaime all former and other
    wills and Testaments by me before naimed or made Ratifying
    Confirming this and no other to be my Last will and Testament
    In witness whereof I have hearunto sett my hand and seal this
    twenty eight day of June 1715
    sined sealed published pro- his
    nounced & Declared by georg George X huntris [seal]
    huntris to bee his Last will and mark
    testamentt in the presence of us
    -. the subscribers
    John Dam
    Nathan knight
    Moses Dam
    [Proved Aug. 19, 1715.].
  10. [S157] Register [Apr 1937] 91:203.
  11. [S733] Scales, History of Dover, 269.

George Huntress1

M, #93, b. 19 December 1749, d. before 1781
George Huntress|b. 19 Dec 1749\nd. b 1781|../g0/p369.htm#i93|George Huntress|b. 1727\nd. c Jan 1765|../g0/p368.htm#i65|Sarah Lang|b. 22 May 1726\nd. 1768|../g0/p437.htm#i64|George Huntress|b. c 1706\nd. 1758|../g0/p369.htm#i67|Elizabeth Seward|b. c 1706|../g0/p608.htm#i66|Robert Lang|b. c 1697\nd. c 1739|../g0/p437.htm#i79|Catherine Cowell|b. s 1697|../g0/p180.htm#i78|
FatherGeorge Huntress1 b. 1727, d. c Jan 1765
MotherSarah Lang1 b. 22 May 1726, d. 1768
Last Edited8 Sep 2010
     George Huntress was born at Portsmouth, New Hampshire, on 19 December 1749.2 He was the son of George Huntress and Sarah Lang.1 George Huntress died unm. before 1781.3,4

Citations

  1. [S1338] New Hampshire VRs, (FHL microfilm 1,001,004).
  2. [S7446] New Hampshire, Birth Records, Early to 1900, George Huntress 19 Dec 1749 Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
  3. [S15] Rockingham Deeds , vol. 119, p. 299.
  4. [S398] Huntress Family, 1:59.

George Huntress1,2,3

M, #113, b. 1805, d. between 1845 and 1850
George Huntress|b. 1805\nd. bt 1845 - 1850|../g0/p369.htm#i113|Capt. George Huntress|b. 27 Aug 1779\nd. 5 Mar 1841|../g0/p369.htm#i61|Anna Trundy Tredick|b. c 1778\nd. 10 Dec 1869|../g0/p669.htm#i60|Capt. Joshua L. Huntress|b. 29 Apr 1753\nd. 21 Dec 1802|../g0/p381.htm#i63|Anna A. Morrell|b. 29 May 1749\nd. 17 Apr 1847|../g0/p501.htm#i62|Capt. Edward Tredick|b. s 1755\nd. b 16 Sep 1793|../g0/p669.htm#i99|Jane Trundy|b. s 1758|../g0/p674.htm#i98|
FatherCapt. George Huntress4 b. 27 Aug 1779, d. 5 Mar 1841
MotherAnna Trundy Tredick4 b. c 1778, d. 10 Dec 1869
Last Edited25 Aug 2010
     George Huntress was born at Portsmouth, Rockingham County, New Hampshire, in 1805.5,1,6 He was the son of Capt. George Huntress and Anna Trundy Tredick.4 George Huntress married at Portsmouth, Rockingham County, New Hampshire, on 9 June 1833, Lydia Jane Dodge, age 26, daughter of Joseph Dodge and Jane Dennett, ceremony performed by Moses Howe, clergyman.7 George Huntress died between 1845 and 1850.8,9
     George Huntress was listed as the head of a family on the 1840 Census at Portsmouth, Rockingham County, New Hampshire. In his family were one male under 5 years of age (George Melvin), one between 30 and 40 (George), one female between 15 and 20 (unk), and one between 30 and 40 (Lydia Jane).10 George Huntress was a bookbinder at No. 17 Daniel Street, Portsmouth, Rockingham County, New Hampshire, on 3 October 1840.1,2,11

Family

Lydia Jane Dodge b. 25 Apr 1807, d. 19 May 1887
Child

Citations

  1. [S3663] New Hampshire Marriage Index, Early to 1900: Groom: George M. Huntress, Bride: Martha L. Little, Residence of Groom: Portsmouth, N.H., Residence of Bride: Portsmouth, N.H., Age of Groom: 23, Age of Bride: 19, Color of Groom: White, Color of Bride: White, Occupation of Groom: Joiner, Occupation of Bride: Birthplace of Groom: Portsmouth, N.H., Birthplace of Bride: Eppping, N.H., No. of Marriage of Groom: 1, No. of Marriage of Bride: 1, Groom Widowed or Divorced: Bride Widowed or Divorced: Intention Filed: By whom Married: Wm L. Gage, Residence: Official Station: Clergyman, Date of Marriage: Sept. 7, 1862, Place: Portsmouth, N.H., Reported From: Portsmouth, N.H., Groom's Father and Mother: Father's Name: George Huntress, Residence: Age: Color: Occupation: Book-binder, Birthplace: Portsmouth, Mother's Name: Lydia J., Residence: Age: Color: Occupation: Birthplace: Bride's Father and Mother: Father's Name: David P. Little, Residence: Age: Color: Occupation: Shoemaker, Birthplace: Hampstead, Mother's Name: Martha A., Residence: Age: Color: Occupation: Birthplace: Certified by: Irving A. Watson, Registrar of Vital Statistics.
  2. [S3669] New Hampshire Death Index, 1901 to 1937: Name: Geo. M. Huntress, Place of Death: Greenland, No. Street, Ward: Village: How long a resident: 17 years., Previous residence: Portsmouth, If death occurred at an institution give name of same: How long an Inmate: Where from: Date of Death: Year 1915, Month Sept, Day 20, Age: 76 Years, 0 Months, 5 Days, Place of Birth: Portsmouth, Date of Birth: Year 1839 Month Sept Day 15, Sex: M, Color: W, Married, Single, Widowed, or Divorced: Married, Occupation: Farmer, Cause of Death: Heart Disease, Duration: 2 years, Contributing Cause: Duration: Name of Father: Geo. Huntress, Maiden Name of Mother: Jane Dodge, Birthplace of Father: Portsmouth, Birthplace of Mother: Portsmouth, Occupation of Father: Book binder, Deceased was wife of: Widow of: Name of Physician (or other person) reporting said death: F. W. Pike, M. D., P. O. Address: Portsmouth, N.H., Place of Internment: Greenland, N.H., Date of Internment: Sept. 22, 1915, Name of Cemetery: Greenland, Undertaker: O. W. Ham, P. O. Address: Certified by: F. D. Wentworth, City Clerk of: Greenland, Date: October 2nd.
  3. [S3723] Descendants of George Little, 489.
  4. [S398] Huntress Family, 2:13.
  5. [S398] Huntress Family, 2:13, 114.
  6. [S3669] New Hampshire Death Index, 1901 to 1937: Geo. M. Huntress, Greenland, 17 years., Portsmouth, 1915, Sept, 20, 76 0 5, Portsmouth, 1839 Sept 15, M, W, Married, Farmer, Heart Disease, 2 years, Geo. Huntress, Jane Dodge, Portsmouth, Portsmouth, Book binder, F. W. Pike, M. D., Portsmouth, N.H., Greenland, N.H., Sept. 22, 1915, Greenland, O. W. Ham, F. D. Wentworth, City Clerk of: Greenland, October 2nd.
  7. [S3663] New Hampshire Marriage Index, Early to 1900: George Huntress marriage 9 Jun 1833 Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
  8. [S398] Huntress Family, 2:114.
  9. [S3093] Jane Dodge 1850 Portsmouth city, New Hampshire.
  10. [S680] George Huntress household, 1840 , 1000 0100 0000 0 - 0001 0100 0000 0.
  11. [S4436] The Portsmouth Journal of Literature and Politics, 3 Oct 1840, 3.
  12. [S7351] New Hampshire, Marriages, 1720-1920, George M Huntress marriage 10 Oct 1892 Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
  13. [S7443] New Hampshire, Death Records 1654-1947, George M Huntress death 20 Sep 1915 Greenland, New Hampshire.

George Huntress1

M, #115, b. 6 January 1843, d. 25 September 1864
George Huntress|b. 6 Jan 1843\nd. 25 Sep 1864|../g0/p369.htm#i115|Edward Tredick Huntress|b. 22 Apr 1815\nd. 22 Apr 1897|../g0/p361.htm#i55|Mary Elizabeth Adams|b. Oct 1812\nd. 28 Jul 1891|../g0/p40.htm#i54|Capt. George Huntress|b. 27 Aug 1779\nd. 5 Mar 1841|../g0/p369.htm#i61|Anna T. Tredick|b. c 1778\nd. 10 Dec 1869|../g0/p669.htm#i60|James Adams|b. 2 Nov 1784\nd. 12 Jan 1821|../g0/p38.htm#i775|Catherine Drisco|b. 24 Oct 1786\nd. 18 Aug 1818|../g0/p219.htm#i774|
FatherEdward Tredick Huntress1 b. 22 Apr 1815, d. 22 Apr 1897
MotherMary Elizabeth Adams1 b. Oct 1812, d. 28 Jul 1891
Last Edited21 Mar 2012
     George Huntress was born at Portsmouth, Rockingham County, New Hampshire, on 6 January 1843.2,3,4,1 He was the son of Edward Tredick Huntress and Mary Elizabeth Adams.1 George Huntress died of Typhoid Fever at Portsmouth, Rockingham County, New Hampshire, on 25 September 1864 at age 21 years, 8 months and 19 days.1

Citations

  1. [S5033] New Hampshire Death Index, Early to 1900: George Huntress death 25 Sep 1864 Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
  2. [S2] Edward T. Huntress 1850 Portsmouth city, New Hampshire.
  3. [S398] Huntress Family, 2:115.
  4. [S1166] Edward "P." Huntress 1860 Greenland, New Hampshire.

George Huntress1

M, #222, b. 2 November 1718, d. before 29 March 1758
George Huntress|b. 2 Nov 1718\nd. b 29 Mar 1758|../g0/p369.htm#i222|Samuel Huntress|b. c 1687\nd. 28 Apr 1758|../g0/p395.htm#i83|Abigail Ham|b. 1692|../g0/p300.htm#i187|George Huntress|b. 6 Oct 1644\nd. 1715|../g0/p369.htm#i71|Mary Natt|b. 27 May 1650|../g0/p509.htm#i70|William Ham|d. 28 Dec 1693|../g0/p301.htm#i188|Sarah Dennatt||../g0/p208.htm#i189|
FatherSamuel Huntress1 b. c 1687, d. 28 Apr 1758
MotherAbigail Ham1 b. 1692
Last Edited24 Jan 2013
     George Huntress was baptized at Church of Newington, Newington, New Hampshire, on 2 November 1718 by Rev. Joseph Adams.1 He was the son of Samuel Huntress and Abigail Ham.1 George Huntress married at Church of Newington, Newington, New Hampshire, on 26 May 1743, at age 24, Mary Ring, age 21, of Newington, daughter of Dea. Seth Ring and Elizabeth Libby, ceremony performed by Rev. Joseph Adams.2,3 George Huntress died before 29 March 1758 when his father made his will.4
      Samuel Huntress by his will of 1758 gave half a right in Barnstead to the children of his son George deceased. George Huntress was a farmer at Newington, New Hampshire. He was admitted to Full Communion at South Church, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, on 4 July 1742.5

Family

Mary Ring b. 4 Feb 1721/22
Marriage*He married at Church of Newington, Newington, New Hampshire, on 26 May 1743, at age 24, Mary Ring, age 21, of Newington, daughter of Dea. Seth Ring and Elizabeth Libby, ceremony performed by Rev. Joseph Adams.2,3 
Children

Citations

  1. [S1723] Charles W Tibbetts, N.H. Gen. Rec., 3:58.
  2. [S1723] Charles W Tibbetts, N.H. Gen. Rec., 2:173.
  3. [S7987] Church Records of Newington, N. H., [January 1868] 22:26.
  4. [S398] Huntress Family, 1:21.
  5. [S7284] Records of the South Church of Portsmouth, N. H., 81 [Oct 1927]:444.
  6. [S157] Register 81 [Oct 1927]:444.

George Huntress1

M, #274, b. 3 February 1734, d. 18 November 1808
George Huntress|b. 3 Feb 1734\nd. 18 Nov 1808|../g0/p369.htm#i274|Lieut. Christopher Huntress|b. 19 Apr 1703\nd. 6 Aug 1782|../g0/p357.htm#i86|Mary Chick|b. c 1703|../g0/p155.htm#i243|George Huntress|b. c 1680\nd. bt 6 Sep 1708 - 28 Jun 1715|../g0/p369.htm#i69|Sarah Morrell|b. c 1680\nd. a 1750|../g0/p501.htm#i68|Richard Chick|b. b 1679\nd. 19 Dec 1735|../g0/p155.htm#i244|Martha Lord|b. 14 Oct 1679|../g0/p458.htm#i245|
FatherLieut. Christopher Huntress1 b. 19 Apr 1703, d. 6 Aug 1782
MotherMary Chick1 b. c 1703
Last Edited23 Nov 2012
     George Huntress was baptized at Church of Newington, Newington, New Hampshire, on 3 February 1734 by Rev. Joseph Adams.1 He was the son of Lieut. Christopher Huntress and Mary Chick.1 George Huntress married at South Berwick, York County, Maine, on 17 March 1757, at age 23, Patience Hearl, daughter of Etherington Hearl and Hannah Goodwin, and sister of his brother Darling's wife Love, ceremony performed by Rev. Jacob Foster.2,3 George Huntress died on 18 November 1808 at age 74.4,5
      George Huntress was a yeoman at Berwick, York County, Maine.6 He and Patience, his wife, owned the Covenant at First Church, Berwick, York County, Maine, on 19 November 1758.7 His will dated 13 February 1786, proved 13 Feb 1809, mentions his wife Patience and children Sarah Stiles, Elizabeth, Mehitable, Lydia, George and Elisha.6 George "Huntrus" was listed as the head of a family on the 1790 Census at Berwick, York County, Maine. In his family were two males over 16 years of age (George, and Elisha), none under, and three females (Patience, Elizabeth and Mehitable).8 George "Hunt" was listed as the head of a family on the 1800 Census at Berwick, York County, Maine. In his family were. In his family were one male 26-45 (Elisha), one over 45 (George), one female 26-45 (Elizabeth), one over 45 (Patience).9

Family

Patience Hearl b. a 1724
Marriage*He married at South Berwick, York County, Maine, on 17 March 1757, at age 23, Patience Hearl, daughter of Etherington Hearl and Hannah Goodwin, and sister of his brother Darling's wife Love, ceremony performed by Rev. Jacob Foster.2,3 
Children

Citations

  1. [S1723] Charles W Tibbetts, N.H. Gen. Rec., 3:112.
  2. [S3164] Maine - Vital Records Berwick, Typescript compiled by John Eldridge Frost, 1989 copy of original records, 104.
  3. [S4521] Berwick (Maine) Marriages, 55 [July 1901]:313.
  4. [S3163] Marriages and Deaths at Berwick and other Towns. Taken from the Berwick Town Records, Compiled by George W. Lord, Berwick, ME, Typed by Samuel D. Rumery, November 1928 copy of original records, 59.
  5. [S3164] Maine - Vital Records Berwick, Typescript compiled by John Eldridge Frost, 1989 copy of original records, 197.
  6. [S3177] York Wills, 1:104-105.
  7. [S157] Register 82 [July 1928]:328.
  8. [S707] George Huntress household, 1790 , 20300.
  9. [S3255] George Hunt household, 1800 , 00011 - 00011.
  10. [S157] Register [July 1928] 82:328.
  11. [S157] Register [July 1928] 82:329.
  12. [S157] Register [July 1928] 82:330.
  13. [S157] Register [July 1928] 82:331.

George Huntress1

M, #351, b. circa 1761, d. 13 March 1836
George Huntress|b. c 1761\nd. 13 Mar 1836|../g0/p369.htm#i351|Joseph Huntress|b. 28 Apr 1734\nd. 15 Jul 1804|../g0/p380.htm#i242|Sobriety Tobey|b. s 1734\nd. a 1810|../g0/p666.htm#i347|Samuel Huntress|b. c 1687\nd. 28 Apr 1758|../g0/p395.htm#i83|Abigail Ham|b. 1692|../g0/p300.htm#i187|||||||
FatherJoseph Huntress b. 28 Apr 1734, d. 15 Jul 1804
MotherSobriety Tobey b. s 1734, d. a 1810
Last Edited22 Jan 2013
     George Huntress was born at Newington, New Hampshire, circa 1761.2 He was the son of Joseph Huntress and Sobriety Tobey. George Huntress married at home of Dr. Haven, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, by Rev. Samuel Haven, in the spring or summer of in 1783, Mary Peverly, daughter of William Peverly and Elizabeth (--?--).3 George Huntress died at Newington, Rockingham County, New Hampshire, on 13 March 1836.4,5,3
      George Huntress was a husbandman at Portsmouth, Rockingham County, New Hampshire.2 He was a soldier in the Revolution between 1 June 1780 and 31 December 1780.1 George Huntress was listed as the head of a family on the 1790 Census at Newington, Rockingham County, New Hampshire. In his family were one male 16 years of age and older (George), one under (unk), and four females (Mary, Margaret, and 2 unks).6 George Huntress was listed as the head of a family on the 1800 Census at Newington, Rockingham County, New Hampshire. In his family were one male less than 10 years of age (A Child), one between 16 and 26 (George, 39), three females less than 10 years of age (Sarah, Mary, and unknown), one between 10 and 16 (unk), one between 16 and 26 (Margaret). Evidenty, his wife Mary was not enumerated.7 George Huntress was listed as the head of a family on the 1810 Census at Newington, Rockingham County, New Hampshire. In his family were one male over 45 years of age (George), one female between 10 and 16 (unk), and one over 45 (unk).8 In 1823 George Huntress, of Portsmouth, husbandman and wife Mary, John Huntress of Newington and wife Susanna, and Samuel Huntress of Newington and wife Elizabeth made division of lands.9 Samuel had a tract about 34 rods by 22 rods at the rear end of the lot set off in 1758 to his father Joseph, George had the north-westerly half of the remainder and John the south-easterly half, both fronting on the river.2 George Huntress was listed as the head of a family on the 1830 Census at Newington, Rockingham County, New Hampshire. In his family were one male between 60 and 70 (George), one female between 20 and 30 (unk), and one between 60 and 70 (Mary).10

Family

Mary Peverly b. b 31 May 1760, d. 2 Jan 1850
Marriage*He married at home of Dr. Haven, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, by Rev. Samuel Haven, in the spring or summer of in 1783, Mary Peverly, daughter of William Peverly and Elizabeth (--?--).3 
Children

Citations

  1. [S3701] Revolutionary Pension Papers, New Hampshire, 269.
  2. [S398] Huntress Family, 1:34.
  3. [S3701] Revolutionary Pension Papers, New Hampshire, 270.
  4. [S8556] Records From Newington, N. H., 198 "74 years."
  5. [S1431] Newington VRs, 32 (FHL microfilm 0,908,586 Item 5).
  6. [S697] George Huntress 1790 Newington, New Hampshire.
  7. [S681] George Huntress household, 1800 , 10100 - 31100 00.
  8. [S679] George Huntress household, 1810 , 00001-01001-0.
  9. [S15] Rockingham Deeds , vol. 234, pp. 207-8.
  10. [S675] George Huntress household, 1830 , 0000 0000 1 - 1000 1000 1.
  11. [S681] George Huntress household, 1800.
  12. [S5033] New Hampshire Death Index, Early to 1900: Name: A Child, Place of Death: Newington, Date of Death: Jan. 7, 1802, Age: Years, Months, Days, Place of Birth: Sex: Color: Occupation: Cause of Death: Place of Burial: Name of Father: George Huntress, Maiden Name of Mother: Birthplace of Father: Birthplace of Mother: Occupation of Father: Name and Address of Physician (or other person reporting said Death): Reported From: Record, Certification by: J. H. Coleman, Clerk of: Newington, Date: Aug. 26, 1905.

George Huntress

M, #415, b. circa 1758, d. after 1777
George Huntress|b. c 1758\nd. a 1777|../g0/p369.htm#i415|Ensign Christopher Huntress|b. 1724/25\nd. a 1800|../g0/p357.htm#i246|Elizabeth Pearson|b. b 22 Sep 1732|../g0/p536.htm#i398|Lieut. Christopher Huntress|b. 19 Apr 1703\nd. 6 Aug 1782|../g0/p357.htm#i86|Mary Chick|b. c 1703|../g0/p155.htm#i243|James Pearson||../g0/p536.htm#i399||||
FatherEnsign Christopher Huntress b. 1724/25, d. a 1800
MotherElizabeth Pearson b. b 22 Sep 1732
Last Edited25 Feb 2010
     George Huntress was born circa 1758. He was the son of Ensign Christopher Huntress and Elizabeth Pearson. George Huntress died after 1777.
     A George Huntress was a soldier in the Revolution for Casco Bay "Huntris, George, Casco Bay.Private, Lieut. Colonel's co., Col. Calvin Smith's (late Wigglesworth's) regt; Continental Army pay accounts for service from March 25, 1777, to Dec. 31, 1779; also, Capt. Daniel Pillsbury's co., Col. Edward Wigglesworth's (4th) regt; return [year not given]; residence, Casco Bay; enlisted for town of Newburyport; mustered by County Muster Master; also, same co. and regt; muster roll for May, 1778, dated Valley Forge; enlistment, 3 years; reported sick at Yellow Springs; also, same co. and regt; muster roll for June, 1778, dated “Greenage;” reported sick at Yellow Springs; also, same co. and regt; pay roll for Oct., 1778, sworn to at Providence; also, Lieut. Col. Dudley Coleman's co., Col. Wigglesworth's regt. commanded by Maj. Porter; muster roll for March and April, 1779, dated Providence; enlisted 24 March 1777."
"Huntress, George, Newburyport.List of men raised to serve in the Continental Army from 2d Essex Co. regt., as returned by Maj. Ralph Cross, sworn to in Essex Co., Feb. 16, 1778; residence, Newburyport; engaged for town of Newburyport; joined Capt. Pillsbury's co., Col. Wigglesworth's regt; term, 3 years; also, Private, Lieut. Colonel's co., Col. Calvin Smith's regt; Continental Army pay accounts for service from Jan. 1, 1780, to Feb. 26, 1780." on 24 March 1777.1,2

Citations

  1. [S742] Mass. Soldiers etc. in Revolution, p. 557.
  2. [S2020] History of Newburyport, 96-98.

George Huntress1

M, #563, b. 4 December 1760, d. 29 February 1820
George Huntress|b. 4 Dec 1760\nd. 29 Feb 1820|../g0/p369.htm#i563|George Huntress|b. 3 Feb 1734\nd. 18 Nov 1808|../g0/p369.htm#i274|Patience Hearl|b. a 1724|../g0/p318.htm#i560|Lieut. Christopher Huntress|b. 19 Apr 1703\nd. 6 Aug 1782|../g0/p357.htm#i86|Mary Chick|b. c 1703|../g0/p155.htm#i243|Etherington Hearl|b. 1700\nd. 7 May 1770|../g0/p318.htm#i421|Hannah Goodwin|b. 29 Aug 1701|../g0/p286.htm#i422|
FatherGeorge Huntress1 b. 3 Feb 1734, d. 18 Nov 1808
MotherPatience Hearl1 b. a 1724
Last Edited4 Aug 2010
     George Huntress was born at South Berwick, York County, Maine, on 4 December 1760.2,3 He was the son of George Huntress and Patience Hearl.1 George Huntress married at First Church, South Berwick, York County, Maine, on 17 February 1785, at age 24, Jane Warren, age 21, daughter of James Warren and Elizabeth Hasty, and sister of his cousin Maj. Darling's wife Mary, and sister of his cousin Keziah's husband Aaron, and sister of his cousin William's wife Elizabeth Rhoda, ceremony performed by Rev. John Thompson.4,5,6,7 George Huntress died at Lyman, York County, Maine, on 29 February 1820 at age 59.2,3,8 He was buried at Portland Street Cemetery. North West side, Agamenticus, South Berwick, York County, Maine.8

      Information about their family is from their family record in possession, 1920, of Sarah L.7 Huntress, of South Berwick, ME.2 He resided at York, York County, Maine, in 1788.2 He was listed in the Massachusetts and Maine 1798 Direct Tax (1 house, 20 perches, $170; and 18 acres, $54) on 1 October 1798 at Berwick, York County, Maine.9 George Huntress was listed as the head of a family on the 1800 Census at Coxhall, York County, Maine. In his family were three males less than 10 years of age (James, George and John), one between 10 and 16 (Ivory), one between 26 and 45 (George), three females less than 10 years of age (Rachel, Jane and Elizabeth, 11), and one between 26 and 45 (Jane). Apparently, Statira was not enumerated.10 George Huntress was a yeoman at Lyman, York County, Maine, in 1803.2 Under his father's will he had 31 acres at York, ME.2 George Huntress was listed as the head of a family on the 1810 Census at Lyman, York County, Maine. In his family were two males less than 10 years of age (Frederick and William), two between 10 and 16 (Mark and George), three between 16 and 26 (James, John, and Ivory), one 45 and over (George), one female less than 10 years of age (Armine), one between 10 and 16 (Jane), three between 16 and 26 (Elizabeth, Rachel and Statira), and one 45 and over (Jane).11 Administration on his estate, insolvent, was granted on 8 May 1820 to Jane Huntress, his widow, of Lyman, ME, Nathan Smith and William Warren of Lyman sureties.2

Family

Jane Warren b. 4 Mar 1763, d. 9 Mar 1842
Marriage*He married at First Church, South Berwick, York County, Maine, on 17 February 1785, at age 24, Jane Warren, age 21, daughter of James Warren and Elizabeth Hasty, and sister of his cousin Maj. Darling's wife Mary, and sister of his cousin Keziah's husband Aaron, and sister of his cousin William's wife Elizabeth Rhoda, ceremony performed by Rev. John Thompson.4,5,6,7 
Children

Citations

  1. [S157] Register [July 1928] 82:330.
  2. [S398] Huntress Family, 1:111.
  3. [S3076] Augusta, ME VRs, HUNTRESS George, b. in Berwick, Dec. 4, 1760, d. in Lyman, Feb. 29, 1820. gy. 1.
  4. [S157] Register 83 [Jan 1929]:13 (Records of the First Church of Berwick).
  5. [S157] Register 55 [Oct 1901]:373 (Berwick Marriages).
  6. [S1666] Stackpole, Old Kittery, 788.
  7. [S3164] Maine - Vital Records Berwick, Typescript compiled by John Eldridge Frost, 1989 copy of original records, 20, 116.
  8. [S2035] NEHGS Cemetery Transcriptions, George, d. Feb. 29, 1820, aged 59 yrs.
  9. [S2788] NEHGS Massachusetts and Maine 1798 Direct Tax, 4:201, 343.
  10. [S390] George Huntress household, 1800 , 31010 - 30010.
  11. [S386] George Huntress household, 1810 , 22301 - 11301.
  12. [S3076] Augusta, ME VRs, HUNTRESS Capt. Ivory, s. of George and Jane, b. in Berwick, Oct. 15, 1785, d. in New York City, Feb. 26, 1825. gy. 4.

George Huntress1

M, #605, b. between 22 December 1802 and 21 December 1803, d. 21 December 1871
George Huntress|b. bt 22 Dec 1802 - 21 Dec 1803\nd. 21 Dec 1871|../g0/p369.htm#i605|Seth Huntress|b. 27 May 1759\nd. b 1825|../g0/p397.htm#i389|Sarah Dame|b. 24 Jun 1753\nd. c 3 Jun 1825|../g0/p192.htm#i600|Jonathan Huntress|b. 19 Mar 1727\nd. b 1790|../g0/p380.htm#i185|Mary Walker|b. 27 Aug 1727|../g0/p694.htm#i375|Eliphalet Dame|b. 12 Dec 1719\nd. Apr 1783|../g0/p192.htm#i1146|Abigail Nutter|b. 15 Sep 1717|../g0/p518.htm#i156|
FatherSeth Huntress1 b. 27 May 1759, d. b 1825
MotherSarah Dame b. 24 Jun 1753, d. c 3 Jun 1825
Last Edited5 Aug 2010
     George Huntress was born at Portsmouth, Rockingham County, New Hampshire, between 22 December 1802 and 21 December 1803 (calculated from age at death).2 He was the son of Seth Huntress and Sarah Dame.1 George Huntress married at Bradford, Essex County, Massachusetts, on 6 May 1824, Susanna Hardy, age 24, daughter of Parker Morris Hardy and Sarah Lurvey.3 George Huntress died of consumption at Groveland, Essex County, Massachusetts, on 21 December 1871.2
      George Huntress was a shoemaker.1 George Huntress was listed as the head of a family on the 1830 Census at Bradford, Essex County, Massachusetts. In his family were two males less than 5 years of age (Andrew and Henry), one between 20 and 30 (George), one female between 30 and 40 (Susanna), and one between 60 and 70 (Sarah (Lurvey) Hardy, 73). Apparently, Harriet was not enumerated.4 In 1830 George Huntress of Bradford, Mass., and Susanna his wife quit-claimed their interest in lands "formerly of our father Parker Hardy".5 George Huntress was listed as the head of a family on the 1840 Census at Bradford, Essex County, Massachusetts.6 He was listed as the head of a family on the 1850 Census at Groveland, Essex County, Massachusetts.
Huntress, age 47, shoemaker, $650 R.E., born NH.7
He was listed as the head of a family on the 1860 Census at Groveland, Essex County, Massachusetts.
Huntress, 57, shoemaker.8
He was listed as the head of a family on the 1870 Census at Groveland, Essex County, Massachusetts.
Huntress, "57", shoemaker, $800 R.E., $150 pers..9
He resided at Groveland, Essex County, Massachusetts, on 21 December 1871.2

Family

Susanna Hardy b. 6 Oct 1799, d. 8 Sep 1883
Marriage*He married at Bradford, Essex County, Massachusetts, on 6 May 1824, Susanna Hardy, age 24, daughter of Parker Morris Hardy and Sarah Lurvey.3 
Children

Citations

  1. [S3550] Mass. VRs, 1841-1910, 238:184 1871, Groveland, #23, Dec 21, George Huntress, Male, Married, 68, Consumption, Groveland, Shoe Maker, Portsmouth, N.H., Seth Huntress, Portsmouth, N.H.
  2. [S3550] Mass. VRs, 1841-1910, 238:184 George Huntress death 21 Dec 1871 Groveland, Massachusetts.
  3. [S345] Bradford VRs, 229.
  4. [S517] George Huntress household, 1830 , 2000 1000 - 0000 0100 1.
  5. [S212] Middlesex Deeds.
  6. [S516] George Huntress household, 1840.
  7. [S465] George Huntress household, 1850.
  8. [S2115] George Huntress household, 1860.
  9. [S2118] George Huntress household, 1870.
  10. [S345] Bradford VRs, 88.

George Huntress1

M, #1145, b. 23 December 1770, d. between 1820 and 1830
George Huntress|b. 23 Dec 1770\nd. bt 1820 - 1830|../g0/p369.htm#i1145|Enoch Huntress|b. 3 Nov 1747\nd. 6 Mar 1821|../g0/p364.htm#i378|Deborah Nutter|b. 26 Aug 1750\nd. 1832|../g0/p518.htm#i1142|Jonathan Huntress|b. 19 Mar 1727\nd. b 1790|../g0/p380.htm#i185|Mary Walker|b. 27 Aug 1727|../g0/p694.htm#i375|Samuel Nutter||../g0/p519.htm#i1143|Mary Downing||../g0/p217.htm#i1144|
FatherEnoch Huntress1 b. 3 Nov 1747, d. 6 Mar 1821
MotherDeborah Nutter1 b. 26 Aug 1750, d. 1832
Last Edited20 Oct 2010
     George Huntress was baptized at Church of Newington, Newington, Rockingham County, New Hampshire, on 23 December 1770 by Rev. Joseph Adams.1,2 He was the son of Enoch Huntress and Deborah Nutter.1 George Huntress married say 1804, Mercey/Marcy Terry.3 George Huntress died between 1820 and 1830.4,5
      George Huntress was a farmer at Royalton, Windsor County, Vermont.3 "It is by no means certain that this George Huntress is the son of Enoch4, but I find no other George who is so likely to be this man. His granddaughter Emily Frances (Huntress) Pratt, who might throw light on this matter declines to do so. She is "not interested" in family history. A reference to the town records of Weymouth, Mass., will probably account for this lack of interest.

The death record of the first three sons states that they were born at Royalton, Vt. The town clerk of Royalton wrote that the name Huntress is not on the town records, except only the marriage of Lavina, nor on the records of deeds." [HWH]3
George Huntress was listed as the head of a family on the 1800 Census at Meredith, Strafford County, New Hampshire. In his family were. In his family was one male 26-45 (George).6 George Huntress was listed as the head of a family on the 1810 Census at Royalton, Windsor County, Vermont. In his family were two males under 10 years of age (John and George Watson), one between 26 and 45 (George), three females under 10 (Lavina and unk), and one between 26 and 45 (Mercey).7 George "Huntriss" was listed as the head of a family on the 1820 Census at Sharon, Windsor County, Vermont. In his family were three males under 10 years of age (John, Martin, Truman and/or Gideon David), one over 45 (George), one female under 10 (Lavina was 10), one between 16 and 26 (unk), and one between 26 and 45 (Mercy). George Watson was between 10 and 16, but not listed.8

Family

Mercey/Marcy Terry b. Mar 1782, d. 5 Nov 1862
Marriage*He married say 1804, Mercey/Marcy Terry.3 
Children

Citations

  1. [S1723] Charles W Tibbetts, N.H. Gen. Rec., 4:158.
  2. [S1896] Martin C. Huntress 1880 Weymouth, Massachusetts.
  3. [S398] Huntress Family, 1:147.
  4. [S747] George Huntress household, 1820.
  5. [S749] Mary Huntress household, 1830.
  6. [S3028] George Huntress household 1800 Strafford Co, NH, unknown state.
  7. [S1980] George Huntress household, 1810 , 20010-30010-00.
  8. [S747] George Huntress household, 1820 , 300001-101100-100.
  9. [S7480] Vermont Deaths and Burials, 1871-1965, Lavina ...Son Pinney, Female, 19 Dec 1898, Middlebury, Vermont, 82, 1816, Royalton, Vt., Widowed, George, Mary Terry, B07554-6, Vermont-EASy, 540132, Alpha - P, Vermont Deaths and Burials, 1871-1965.
  10. [S3550] Mass. VRs, 1841-1910, 49:143 Deaths Registered in the Town of Weymouth for the Year 1850 Oran White Clerk "No. 6, Date of Death: April 1, Name & Surname of the Declared: John Huntress, Age: Years: 41, Place of Death: Bridge Street, Sex and Condition: Single Male, Place of Birth: Royalton, Vt., Names of Parents: George & Mercy Huntress, Disease or Cause of Death: Consumption."
  11. [S398] Huntress Family, 1:148.

George Huntress1

M, #2077, b. 14 February 1843, d. 19 December 1910
George Huntress|b. 14 Feb 1843\nd. 19 Dec 1910|../g0/p369.htm#i2077|Temple Huntress|b. 26 Apr 1796\nd. 20 Feb 1866|../g0/p398.htm#i1421|Eunice Goodwin|b. 2 Nov 1806\nd. 27 Aug 1883|../g0/p285.htm#i2072|Robert Huntress|b. 16 Dec 1771\nd. a 7 Aug 1820|../g0/p393.htm#i504|Hannah Wadleigh|b. c 1776\nd. c 1856|../g0/p688.htm#i1420|Thomas Goodwin||../g0/p287.htm#i26640|Esther Carll||../g0/p138.htm#i26641|
FatherTemple Huntress1 b. 26 Apr 1796, d. 20 Feb 1866
MotherEunice Goodwin1 b. 2 Nov 1806, d. 27 Aug 1883
Last Edited12 Apr 2012
     George Huntress was born at Hiram, Oxford County, Maine, on 14 February 1843 (calculated from age at death).1 He was the son of Temple Huntress and Eunice Goodwin.1 George Huntress married, first, (intentions) at Hiram, Oxford County, Maine, on 7 March 1865, at age 22, Mary Smith, age 18, (both) of Hiram, daughter of Ransom Smith and Anna E. Wentworth.2,3 George Huntress (of Hiram) married, second, at Hiram, Oxford County, Maine, on 25 December 1870, at age 27, Margaret Lowell, age 16, of Brownfield, daughter of Willoughby Lowell and Olive Sargent, ceremony performed by Rev. Albert Cole.4 George Huntress married, third, on 3 January 1894, at age 50, Margaret McArthur, age 53, daughter of James McArthur and Mary Small.5 George Huntress married, fourth, on 31 December 1896, at age 53, Mary McLellan, age 46, daughter of Ebenezer H. McLellan and Dorcas Stone.6,7 George Huntress died s.p. Of chronic cystitis following enlarged prostate at Maine General Hospital, Portland, Cumberland County, Maine, on 19 December 1910 at age 67.1
      George Huntress was a farmer.6,8 He resided at Tewksbury, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. He was listed as the head of a family on the 1870 Census at Hiram, Oxford County, Maine.
Huntress, 27, farmer, $1450 R.E., $484 pers.9
He was listed as the head of a family on the 1880 Census at Hiram, Oxford County, Maine.
Huntress, 37, farmer.10
He was listed as the head of a family on the 1900 Census at Limington, York County, Maine.
Huntress, 57, born Feb 1842 in Hiram, parents in Hiram, farmer.8
He was listed as the head of a family on the 1910 Census at Limington, York County, Maine.
Huntress, 67, farmer, general farm, married 13 years.6

Citations

  1. [S7657] Maine, Death Records, 1617-1922, George Huntress death 19 Dec 1910 Portland.
  2. [S1045] Haseltine papers, int. 7 Mar 1865.
  3. [S3170] Rev. Albert Cole's Records, 60 "... mar. March 12, 1864."
  4. [S3170] Rev. Albert Cole's Records, 13.
  5. [S587] Town rec.
  6. [S3217] George Huntress household, 1910.
  7. [S3272] George Huntress household, 1900 , married 3 years.
  8. [S3272] George Huntress household, 1900.
  9. [S1753] George Huntress household, 1870.
  10. [S1759] George Huntress household, 1880.

George Huntress

M, #3365, b. 14 August 1829, d. 19 April 1830
George Huntress|b. 14 Aug 1829\nd. 19 Apr 1830|../g0/p369.htm#i3365|John Huntress|b. 7 Dec 1798\nd. 14 Jul 1854|../g0/p378.htm#i687|Deborah Chesley|b. 23 Jul 1794\nd. 19 Apr 1891|../g0/p153.htm#i3362|Mark Huntress|b. c 1766\nd. a 1820|../g0/p386.htm#i675|Temperance P. Ayres|b. b 24 Dec 1764\nd. b 24 Dec 1841|../g0/p51.htm#i682|James Chesley|b. 25 Jan 1750\nd. 13 Jan 1851|../g0/p153.htm#i3348|Elizabeth D. Furber|b. s 1752|../g0/p264.htm#i3349|
FatherJohn Huntress b. 7 Dec 1798, d. 14 Jul 1854
MotherDeborah Chesley b. 23 Jul 1794, d. 19 Apr 1891
Last Edited6 Apr 2003
     George Huntress was born at Portsmouth, Rockingham County, New Hampshire, on 14 August 1829. He was the son of John Huntress and Deborah Chesley. George Huntress died on 19 April 1830 at age 8 months and 5 days.

George Huntress1

M, #6075, b. circa February 1850, d. 10 September 1855
George Huntress|b. c Feb 1850\nd. 10 Sep 1855|../g0/p369.htm#i6075|Gideon David Huntress|b. 7 Jul 1811\nd. 5 Jun 1890|../g0/p371.htm#i6051|Elizabeth B Merritt|b. 25 Sep 1812\nd. 19 Mar 1877|../g0/p488.htm#i6052|George Huntress|b. 23 Dec 1770\nd. bt 1820 - 1830|../g0/p369.htm#i1145|Mercey/Marcy Terry|b. Mar 1782\nd. 5 Nov 1862|../g0/p658.htm#i1898|Benjamin Merritt|d. 1 Aug 1836|../g0/p488.htm#i6053|Mehitable Vail|b. 28 Jul 1774\nd. 18 Jun 1846|../g0/p684.htm#i6054|
FatherGideon David Huntress1 b. 7 Jul 1811, d. 5 Jun 1890
MotherElizabeth B Merritt1 b. 25 Sep 1812, d. 19 Mar 1877
Last Edited30 Dec 2007
     George Huntress was born at Granville, Addison County, Vermont, circa February 1850.1 He was the son of Gideon David Huntress and Elizabeth B Merritt.1 George Huntress died accidentally shot by his brother James at Johnstown, Rock County, Wisconsin, on 10 September 1855.2,3

Citations

  1. [S1879] Gideon Huntress census 1850 Granville, Vermont.
  2. [S1798] Gideon Huntress 1860 Geneva, Wisconsin.
  3. [S5193] Wisconsin Free Democrat, 12 Sep 1855, 4.

George Huntress1

M, #17, b. say 1607, d. before 16 July 1676
ChartsPedigree Chart for Paul Huntress
Last Edited1 Jan 2005
     George Huntress was born at England say 1607. He married at Plympton St. Mary, co. Devon, England, on 18 January 1628/29, perhaps Thomasen Mills, age 18.2 George Huntress died before 16 July 1676.3
      Though far from proved, strong onomastic evidence indicates that this George Huntress was the father of George Huntress (1644-1715).

Family

Thomasen Mills b. 9 Sep 1610
Children

Citations

  1. [S1613] Plympton St. Mary CRs, (FHL microfilm 0,916,928 Item 1).
  2. [S1613] Plympton St. Mary CRs, 170 (FHL microfilm 0,916,928 Item 1) "January 1628: ... The 18th day was married George Huntres to Thomasen Mills."
  3. [S1613] Plympton St. Mary CRs, 306 (FHL microfilm 0,916,928 Item 1) "Thomazin Huntrus, widd."
  4. [S1613] Plympton St. Mary CRs, 66 (FHL microfilm 0,916,928 Item 1) "October [1633:] ... The 13th daie was baptised Sammuell, the sonne of George Huntris."
  5. [S1613] Plympton St. Mary CRs, 72 (FHL microfilm 0,916,928 Item 1) "May 1637: ... Tho 10th daie ... The same daie was baptised Mary, the dafter of George Huntress."
  6. [S1613] Plympton St. Mary CRs, 76 (FHL microfilm 0,916,928 Item 1) "September, 1639: ... 15 daie ... the same daie George, the sonne of George Huntress."
  7. [S1613] Plympton St. Mary CRs, 192 (FHL microfilm 0,916,928 Item 1) "The 24 day of June was married Onfery Hill unto Elisabeth Huntrus 1658."
  8. [S1613] Plympton St. Mary CRs, 85 (FHL microfilm 0,916,928 Item 1) "October 1644: The 6th day was baptised Georg, the sonne of Georg Hvnte and Thomasin his wife."
  9. [S1613] Plympton St. Mary CRs, 93 (FHL microfilm 0,916,928 Item 1) "May, 1648. The 15th day was borne Hugh the sonne of George Huntris and Tomasin his wife."
  10. [S1613] Plympton St. Mary CRs, 99 (FHL microfilm 0,916,928 Item 1) "August 1651 The first day ... The same day was baptised Christian, the daughter of Georg Huntress, and Tamosin, his wife."
  11. [S1613] Plympton St. Mary CRs, 107 (FHL microfilm 0,916,928 Item 1) "The 18 day of November was borne Christian, the daughter of George Huntrus and Tamson, his wife, and baptised the 16 day of Devember, 1655."

George Huntress1

M, #11444, b. 15 September 1639, d. say 26 November 1640
George Huntress|b. 15 Sep 1639\nd. s 26 Nov 1640|../g0/p369.htm#i11444|George Huntress|b. s 1607\nd. b 16 Jul 1676|../g0/p369.htm#i17|Thomasen Mills|b. 9 Sep 1610|../g0/p492.htm#i11443|||||||||||||
FatherGeorge Huntress1 b. s 1607, d. b 16 Jul 1676
MotherThomasen Mills1 b. 9 Sep 1610
Last Edited1 Apr 2005
     George Huntress was baptized at Plympton St. Mary, co. Devon, England, on 15 September 1639.1 He was the son of George Huntress and Thomasen Mills.1 George Huntress died say 26 November 1640.2 He was buried at Plympton St. Mary, co. Devon, England, on 28 November 1640.2

Citations

  1. [S1613] Plympton St. Mary CRs, 76 (FHL microfilm 0,916,928 Item 1) "September, 1639: ... 15 daie ... the same daie George, the sonne of George Huntress."
  2. [S1613] Plympton St. Mary CRs, 257 (FHL microfilm 0,916,928 Item 1) "(blank) s. George Huntrest."

George Huntress1,2

M, #12589, b. 1815, d. 21 December 1851
George Huntress|b. 1815\nd. 21 Dec 1851|../g0/p369.htm#i12589|Robert Huntress|b. 5 Apr 1773\nd. 3 May 1830|../g0/p393.htm#i1727|Susan (-----)|b. bt 6 Aug 1784 - 5 Aug 1794|../g0/p1.htm#i2065|Robert Huntress|b. 20 Mar 1747\nd. a 1772|../g0/p393.htm#i94|Mary (--?--)|b. c 1739\nd. c 21 Aug 1817|../g0/p22.htm#i1692|||||||
FatherRobert Huntress3 b. 5 Apr 1773, d. 3 May 1830
MotherSusan (-----)3 b. bt 6 Aug 1784 - 5 Aug 1794
Last Edited6 Jun 2012
     George Huntress was born at New York in 1815.1,4 He was the son of Robert Huntress and Susan (-----).3 George Huntress married at New York City, New York County, New York, on 8 February 1847, Hester Ann Gee, daughter of Matthew Gee.2,1 George Huntress died of phthisis (tuberculosis) at 297 8th St, New York, New York County, New York, on 21 December 1851.5,6,4,7
      The assignment of Robert and Susan as parents of George is speculative, but based on the 1850 census stating George as born in New York about 1820/1821, Robert was the only Huntress listed in the 1820 census in New York, and George naming a son Robert. He and (Father of Charles Huntress) Huntress were possibly relatives. George Huntress resided at Northfield, Richmond County, New York, on 10 September 1850 (Staten Island).1 He was listed as the head of a family on the 1850 Census at Northfield, Richmond County, New York.
George Huntress, 29, Shoemaker, New York
Hester A. Huntress, 23, New York
Margaret F. Huntress, 2, New York
William A. Huntress, 1, New York.1
George Huntress was a shoemaker at Northfield, Richmond County, New York, on 10 September 1850.1

Family

Hester Ann Gee b. c 1827, d. a 8 Jan 1864
Marriage*He married at New York City, New York County, New York, on 8 February 1847, Hester Ann Gee, daughter of Matthew Gee.2,1 
Children

Citations

  1. [S2363] George Huntress census 1850 Northfield, New York.
  2. [S2131] New York City CRs, 2:318 "Huntress, George, Gee, Hester Ann, 8 Feb 1847, 15/282."
  3. [S884] R. Huntress census 1820 New York, New York.
  4. [S4557] Jane M Curran, "William A Huntress," e-mail to Paul Huntress, 4 Sep 2006.
  5. [S7376] Manhattan death registers, 1795-1865, 0,447,544, 1851 Dec 21, Huntress, George, 32, 297 8th, NY, NY, Phthisis, New York City [cemetery].
  6. [S3889] Hester A Huntress 1860 Ward 11, Division 3, New York City, New York.
  7. [S7308] Letter, Jane Curran to Paul Huntress, 19 Jan 2010.
  8. [S7521] New York Deaths and Burials, 1795-1952, George H. Huntress, Male, 24 Feb 1857, Manhattan, New York, New York, 0, 1857, New York, B05602-0, New York-EASy, 447560, New York Deaths and Burials, 1795-1952.

George Huntress1

M, #22278
Last Edited10 Aug 2010
     George Huntress married Carrie Sophie (--?--), daughter of (--?--) Nielson.1
     George Huntress and George Ausby Huntress were possibly relatives.

Citations

  1. [S7774] Minnesota Deaths and Burials, 1835-1990, Carrie Sophie Huntress, Female, 18 Mar 1939, Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota, 70, 1869, Married, George Huntress, Nielson, B02552-4, Minnesota-EASy, 2243124, Minnesota Deaths and Burials, 1835-1990.

Capt. George Huntress1,2,3

M, #61, b. 27 August 1779, d. 5 March 1841
Capt. George Huntress|b. 27 Aug 1779\nd. 5 Mar 1841|../g0/p369.htm#i61|Capt. Joshua Lang Huntress|b. 29 Apr 1753\nd. 21 Dec 1802|../g0/p381.htm#i63|Anna A. Morrell|b. 29 May 1749\nd. 17 Apr 1847|../g0/p501.htm#i62|George Huntress|b. 1727\nd. c Jan 1765|../g0/p368.htm#i65|Sarah Lang|b. 22 May 1726\nd. 1768|../g0/p437.htm#i64|Robert Morrell|b. 18 Feb 1704|../g0/p501.htm#i106|Patience Weymouth|b. 10 Mar 1711|../g0/p711.htm#i105|
FatherCapt. Joshua Lang Huntress4 b. 29 Apr 1753, d. 21 Dec 1802
MotherAnna A. Morrell5 b. 29 May 1749, d. 17 Apr 1847
ChartsPedigree Chart for Paul Huntress
6th Cousin of Bette Davis (1908-1989)
Last Edited28 Nov 2012
     Capt. George Huntress was born at Portsmouth, Rockingham County, New Hampshire, on 27 August 1779.6,7 He was the son of Capt. Joshua Lang Huntress and Anna A. Morrell.4,5 Capt. George Huntress married at Portsmouth, Rockingham County, New Hampshire, on 28 October 1800, at age 21, Anna Trundy Tredick, daughter of Capt. Edward Tredick and Jane Trundy, ceremony performed by George Richards, clergyman.1,8 Capt. George Huntress died at Portsmouth, Rockingham County, New Hampshire, on 5 March 1841 in the morning at age 61.9,10 He was buried at Cotton Cemetery, Portsmouth, Rockingham County, New Hampshire.
George Huntress gravestone (slipped forward) (Photo by: peter blanchard 3/13/2010)

      Capt. George Huntress was a master mariner.11 George Huntress was listed as the head of a family on the 1800 Census at Newington, Rockingham County, New Hampshire. In his family were one male (himself) and one female (Anna) each between 16 and 26 years of age.12 George Huntress was listed as the head of a family on the 1810 Census at Portsmouth, Rockingham County, New Hampshire. In his family were one male under 10 (George), one 16 to 26 (unk), one 26 to 45 (George), one female under 10 (Izette), and one 26 to 45 (Anna).13 There was a "Great" Fire in Portsmouth that ended 13 Dec 1813, which may have affected this family, that consumed 108 dwellings, 64 shops, and at least 100 barns. George Huntress was listed as the head of a family on the 1830 Census at Portsmouth, Rockingham County, New Hampshire. In his family were one male between 15 and 20 years of age (Edward), one between 20 and 30 (George), one between 50 and 60 (George), one female between 10 and 15 (Eliza), one between 15 and 20 (Anna), one between 20 and 30 (Izette), and one between 50 and 60 (Anna).14 He resided at Portsmouth, Rockingham County, New Hampshire, in 1833.2 George Huntress was listed as the head of a family on the 1840 Census at Portsmouth, Rockingham County, New Hampshire. In his family were one male between 50 and 60 (George), one female under 5 (unk), one between 20 and 30 (Eliza M.), and one between 50 and 60 (Anna, 61).15

Family

Anna Trundy Tredick b. c 1778, d. 10 Dec 1869
Marriage*He married at Portsmouth, Rockingham County, New Hampshire, on 28 October 1800, at age 21, Anna Trundy Tredick, daughter of Capt. Edward Tredick and Jane Trundy, ceremony performed by George Richards, clergyman.1,8 
Children

Citations

  1. [S3663] New Hampshire Marriage Index, Early to 1900: George Huntress marriage 28 Oct 1800 Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
  2. [S3663] New Hampshire Marriage Index, Early to 1900: George Huntress marriage 9 Jun 1833 Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
  3. [S4380] Eastern Argus, 1 Jul 1813, 2.
  4. [S398] Huntress Family, 1:131, 2:13.
  5. [S398] Huntress Family, 1:131.
  6. [S3550] Mass. VRs, 1841-1910, 5:551 Izette Meserve death 13 Sep 1903 Boston, Massachusetts.
  7. [S8456] Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files, 1800-1900, Joshua Lang Huntress New Hampshire Widow's Pension Application File Anna Huntress 1843 New Hampshire M804 1378 34.
  8. [S1878] N.H. Gazette, 182 "1800, Nov. 4."
  9. [S398] Huntress Family, 2:13 "tombstone."
  10. [S4432] The Portsmouth Journal of Literature and Politics, page [3], vol. LII, iss. 10, March 6, 1841.
  11. [S398] Huntress Family, 2:13.
  12. [S674] George Huntress 1800 Portsmouth City, New Hampshire.
  13. [S1674] George Huntress 1810 Portsmouth City, New Hampshire.
  14. [S676] George Huntress 1830 Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
  15. [S677] George Huntress household, 1840 , 0000 0001 0000 0 - 1000 1001 0000 0.
  16. [S4327] Portsmouth Oracle, 16 Jun 1804, 3, A son of captain George Huntress, aged 3 months and 9 days.
  17. [S3550] Mass. VRs, 1841-1910, 365:62 Cambridge Death 1885, #216, 26 February 1885, M, 65, Pneumonia, N. H., Geo. Huntress, Anna, N. H.

Capt. George Huntress1,2

M, #575, b. 19 April 1798, d. 28 February 1826
Capt. George Huntress|b. 19 Apr 1798\nd. 28 Feb 1826|../g0/p369.htm#i575|George Huntress|b. 4 Dec 1760\nd. 29 Feb 1820|../g0/p369.htm#i563|Jane Warren|b. 4 Mar 1763\nd. 9 Mar 1842|../g0/p699.htm#i567|George Huntress|b. 3 Feb 1734\nd. 18 Nov 1808|../g0/p369.htm#i274|Patience Hearl|b. a 1724|../g0/p318.htm#i560|James Warren||../g0/p699.htm#i484|Elizabeth Hasty||../g0/p313.htm#i485|
FatherGeorge Huntress b. 4 Dec 1760, d. 29 Feb 1820
MotherJane Warren b. 4 Mar 1763, d. 9 Mar 1842
Last Edited28 Mar 2006
     Capt. George Huntress was born at York, York County, Maine, on 19 April 1798.1 He was the son of George Huntress and Jane Warren. An unknown person married an unknown person at New York, New York, say 1819. Capt. George Huntress died s.p. At Whydah, Africa (modern name Ouidah, Benin), on 28 February 1826 at age 27.1,2,3 He was buried at Forest Grove Cemetery, North Lebanon, York County, Maine.1
     He resided at New York, New York. Capt. George Huntress was a master mariner, captain of the Cassandra.2 Administration on his estate was granted in 1825 to his brother Mark.4

Citations

  1. [S3076] Augusta, ME VRs, HUNTRESS Capt. George, b. in Berwick, April 19, 1798, d. in Wydak, Africa, Feb. 28, 1826. gy. 4.
  2. [S4352] Boston Commercial Gazette, 25 May 1826, 2, "At Whydah, Feb. 28, Capt. George Huntress, aged 28, master of the Cassandra, of Beverly, a native of Berwick, Me."
  3. [S4353] Essex Register, 25 May 1826, 3, "At Whydah, Feb. 28, Capt. George Huntress, aged 28, master of the Cassandra, of Beverly, a native of Berwick, Me."
  4. [S61] York Probate.

George Albert Huntress1

M, #5324, b. 3 September 1883, d. 10 December 1892
George Albert Huntress|b. 3 Sep 1883\nd. 10 Dec 1892|../g0/p369.htm#i5324|Charles Noah Huntress|b. c Feb 1851\nd. 10 Mar 1908|../g0/p356.htm#i2161|Rosa M White|b. bt 2 Aug 1855 - 1 Aug 1856\nd. a 8 Apr 1930|../g0/p730.htm#i5321|Charles C. Huntress|b. 12 Jan 1826\nd. 17 Sep 1901|../g0/p355.htm#i2159|Ann M. Veasie|b. c 1830|../g0/p684.htm#i2160|John B. White||../g0/p729.htm#i5322|Fanny Babin||../g0/p57.htm#i5323|
FatherCharles Noah Huntress1 b. c Feb 1851, d. 10 Mar 1908
MotherRosa M White1 b. bt 2 Aug 1855 - 1 Aug 1856, d. a 8 Apr 1930
Last Edited30 Aug 2010
     George Albert Huntress was born at Wakefield, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, on 3 September 1883 (calculated from age at death).1 He was the son of Charles Noah Huntress and Rosa M White.1 George Albert Huntress died of the croup at Leominster, Worcester County, Massachusetts, on 10 December 1892 at age 9.2

Citations

  1. [S3550] Mass. VRs, 1841-1910, 341:236 George Albert Huntress birth 3 Sep 1883 Wakefield, Massachusetts.
  2. [S3550] Mass. VRs, 1841-1910, 429:600 George A Huntress death 10 Dec 1892 Leominster, Massachusetts.

George Andrew Huntress1

M, #2070, b. 15 January 1835, d. 27 July 1887
George Andrew Huntress|b. 15 Jan 1835\nd. 27 Jul 1887|../g0/p369.htm#i2070|Capt. Mark Huntress|b. 25 Mar 1801\nd. 3 Feb 1861|../g0/p386.htm#i688|Esther Clement|b. 25 Feb 1796\nd. 17 Jul 1877|../g0/p165.htm#i2066|Mark Huntress|b. c 1766\nd. a 1820|../g0/p386.htm#i675|Temperance P. Ayres|b. b 24 Dec 1764\nd. b 24 Dec 1841|../g0/p51.htm#i682|Joseph Clement||../g0/p165.htm#i2189|Ruth Lee||../g0/p442.htm#i2190|
FatherCapt. Mark Huntress1 b. 25 Mar 1801, d. 3 Feb 1861
MotherEsther Clement1 b. 25 Feb 1796, d. 17 Jul 1877
Last Edited18 May 2011
     George Andrew Huntress was born at Sandwich, Carroll County, New Hampshire, on 15 January 1835.2,3,4 He was the son of Capt. Mark Huntress and Esther Clement.1 George Andrew Huntress died unmarried of apoplexy at Wolfeboro, Carroll County, New Hampshire, on 27 July 1887 at age 52.1
      George Andrew Huntress was a farmer at Wolfeboro, Carroll County, New Hampshire.5 He was a soldier in the Civil War (Co K, 14th New Hampshire Infantry).2 He, of Sandwich, age 27, enlisted in the Civil War on 15 August 1862, credited to Sandwich.2 He mustered into Company K, 14th New Hampshire Infantry as a Private on 24 September 1862.2 He mustered out on 8 July 1865.2 He resided with the Edwin F. Brown family at Moultonboro, Carroll County, New Hampshire, in 1880.6 He was listed as the head of a family on the 1880 Census at Moultonboro, Carroll County, New Hampshire.
"Andrew" Huntress, 45, laborer, born in NH, parents in NH.6

Citations

  1. [S7443] New Hampshire, Death Records 1654-1947, Andrew Huntress death 27 Jul 1887 Wolfborough.
  2. [S5439] Revised Register of the Soldiers and Sailors of New Hampshire in the War of the Rebellion, 1861-1866, 3:713.
  3. [S486] Mark Huntress census 1850 Sandwich, New Hampshire.
  4. [S5033] New Hampshire Death Index, Early to 1900: Name: Andrew Huntress, Place of Death: Wolfeboro, N.H., Date of Death: July 27, 1887, Age: 53 Years, Months, Days, Place of Birth: Sex: M, Color: W, Single, Occupation: Farmer, Cause of Death: Apoplexy, Place of Burial: Name of Father: Mark Huntress, Maiden Name of Mother: Esther Clement, Birthplace of Father: Birthplace of Mother: Moultonborough, N.H., Occupation of Father: Farmer, Name and Address of Physician (or other person reporting said Death): R. H. King, Ossipee, N.H. (?), Reported from: Wolfeborough, N.H., Certification by: Irving A. Watson, Registrar of Vital Statistics.
  5. [S398] Huntress Family, 2:10.
  6. [S2816] Edwin F. Brown household, 1880.

George Andrew Huntress1,2,3,4,5,6,7

M, #2357, b. 22 July 1834, d. 3 June 1911
George Andrew Huntress|b. 22 Jul 1834\nd. 3 Jun 1911|../g0/p369.htm#i2357|George Huntress|b. bt 22 Dec 1802 - 21 Dec 1803\nd. 21 Dec 1871|../g0/p369.htm#i605|Susanna Hardy|b. 6 Oct 1799\nd. 8 Sep 1883|../g0/p306.htm#i2338|Seth Huntress|b. 27 May 1759\nd. b 1825|../g0/p397.htm#i389|Sarah Dame|b. 24 Jun 1753\nd. c 3 Jun 1825|../g0/p192.htm#i600|Parker M. Hardy||../g0/p306.htm#i2339|Sarah Lurvey|b. c 1757|../g0/p466.htm#i2340|
FatherGeorge Huntress1 b. bt 22 Dec 1802 - 21 Dec 1803, d. 21 Dec 1871
MotherSusanna Hardy1 b. 6 Oct 1799, d. 8 Sep 1883
Last Edited28 Jul 2009
     George Andrew Huntress was born at East Bradford, Essex County, Massachusetts, on 22 July 1834.1,8,9,2,3,4,5,7 He was the son of George Huntress and Susanna Hardy.1 George Andrew Huntress married at Groveland, Essex County, Massachusetts, on 16 August 1854, at age 20, Emily Sarah Fegan, (both) of Groveland, daughter of John Fegan and Sarah Spiller, ceremony performed by Nathaniel Ladd, Justice of the Peace.9,2,3,4,5,6 George Andrew Huntress died on 3 June 1911 at age 76.
     This family lost three children ages 3 to 6 to Diphtheria between 28 Feb 1863 and 22 Mar 1863. Perhaps this contributed to their decision to have Nellie Trayette Maria Huntress adopted. He resided at Groveland, Essex County, Massachusetts, between 16 August 1854 and 22 March 1865.9,2,4,5,7 George Andrew Huntress was a shoemaker between 16 August 1854 and 22 March 1865.9,2,3,5,7 He was listed as the head of a family on the 1860 Census at Groveland, Essex County, Massachusetts.
Huntress, 25, shoe maker, $900 R.E..10

Family

Emily Sarah Fegan b. 1837, d. 8 Aug
Marriage*He married at Groveland, Essex County, Massachusetts, on 16 August 1854, at age 20, Emily Sarah Fegan, (both) of Groveland, daughter of John Fegan and Sarah Spiller, ceremony performed by Nathaniel Ladd, Justice of the Peace.9,2,3,4,5,6 
Children

Citations

  1. [S345] Bradford VRs, 88.
  2. [S3550] Mass. VRs, 1841-1910, 105:245 Births Registered in the Town of Groveland for the year, 1857. [J. M. Spofford] Town Clerk. "No. 25, Date of Birth: Aug. 17 1857, Name of the Child (if any): Maurice Edwin Huntress, Sex and Condition: Male, Place of Birth: Groveland, Names of Parents: George Jr. & Sarah Emily Huntress, Residence of Parents: Groveland, Occupation of Father: Shoemaker, Place of Birth of Father: East Bradford, Place of Birth of Mother: Boxford."
  3. [S3550] Mass. VRs, 1841-1910, 96:184 [Births Registered in the Town of Groveland for the year, 1856. Town Clerk.] "No. 10, Date of Birth: April 20, 1856, Name of the Child (if any): Everett L. Huntress, Sex and Condition: Male, Place of Birth: Groveland, Names of Parents: Geo. Jr & Emma S. Huntress, Residence of Parents: Groveland, Occupation of Father: Shoemaker, Place of Birth of Father: Groveland, Place of Birth of Mother: Boxford."
  4. [S3550] Mass. VRs, 1841-1910, 123:196 Births Registered in the Town of Groveland for the year 1859. Town Clerk. "No. 18, Date of Birth: Dec 13, 1859, Name of the Child (if any): Geo Wilbur Huntress, Sex and Condition: Male, Place of Birth: Groveland, Names of Parents: George (Junior) & Sarah E., Residence of Parents: Groveland, Occupation of Father: Shoe Maker, Place of Birth of Father: Bradford, Place of Birth of Mother: Boxford."
  5. [S3550] Mass. VRs, 1841-1910, 150:198 Births Registered in the Town of Groveland for the year, eighteen huntred sixty-two. Morris Spofford Clerk. "No. 21, Date of Birth: Feb. 22, 1862, Name of the Child (if any): Nella Trayette Maria Huntress, Sex and Condition: F, Place of Birth: Groveland, Names of Parents: George, Jr. & Emily S. Huntress (Fegan), Residence of Parents: Groveland, Occupation of Father: Shoemaker, Place of Birth of Father: Groveland (Then Bradford), Place of Birth of Mother: Boxford."
  6. [S3550] Mass. VRs, 1841-1910, 165:182 Deaths Registered in the Town of Groveland for the Year eighteen hundred and sixty-three. Morris Spofford Clerk. "No. 9, Date of Death: Mch. 22, Name and Surname of the Deceased: George Huntress, Sex: M, Condition: Age: 3 Years Months Days, Disease or Cause of Death: Diphteria, Residence and Place of Death: Groveland, Occupation: Place of Birth: Groveland, Names and Birthplace of Parents: George & Sarah E. Fegan Huntress, Bradford & Boxford."
  7. [S3550] Mass. VRs, 1841-1910, 177:170 Births Registered in the Town of Haverhill for the Year eighteen hundred and sixty-five. Calvin Butrick Town Clerk. "No. 42, Date of Birth: 1865, March 22, Name of the Child (if any): Emma L. Huntress, Sex and Condition: Female, Place of Birth: Haverhill, Names of Parents: George & Emma S., Residence of Parents: Haverhill, Occupation of Father: Shoe Maker, Place of Birth of Father: Groveland, Place of Birth of Mother: Boxford.”.
  8. [S3652] Chester I. Woodman 1910 Ward 8, Danvers town, Massachusetts.
  9. [S3550] Mass. VRs, 1841-1910, 78:148 Marriages Registered in the Town of Groveland for the year, 1854. Edwin Hopkinson Town Clerk. "No. 10, Date of Marriage: Aug 16, Name and Surnames of Groom and Bride: George Huntress, Jr., Emily Sarah Fegan, Residence of Each at Time of Marriage: Groveland, Groveland, Age of Each in Years: 20, 17, Occupation of Groom: Shoemaker, Place of Birth of Each: Bradford, Boxford, Names of Parents: George & Susan Huntress, John & Sarah Fegan, What Marriage: First, First, Name and Official Station of Person by whom Married: Nathaniel Ladd, Justice of the Peace."
  10. [S2114] George Huntress household, 1860.
  11. [S3550] Mass. VRs, 1841-1910, 165:182 Deaths Registered in the Town of Groveland for the Year eighteen hundred and sixty-three. Morris Spofford Clerk. "No. 3, Date of Death: Feb. 26, Name and Surname of the Deceased: Everett Huntress, Sex: M, Condition: Age: 7 Years Months Days, Disease or Cause of Death: Diphteria, Residence and Place of Death: Groveland, Occupation: Place of Birth: Groveland, Names and Birthplace of Parents: George & Sarah E. (Fegan) Huntress, Bradford & Boxford."
  12. [S1045] Haseltine papers.
  13. [S3550] Mass. VRs, 1841-1910, 424:302 Beverly Marriage 1892, #34, June 10, Beverly, Chester Irving Woodman, Emma Lora Huntress, Danvers, Beverly, 23, 27, Boxmaker, At home, Danvers, Haverhill, Daniel & Marietta (Galucia), George & Emily (Fegan), First, First, Rev. Harold Marshall, Beverly.

George Ausby Huntress1

M, #12155, b. July 1860, d. 30 January 1908
George Ausby Huntress|b. Jul 1860\nd. 30 Jan 1908|../g0/p369.htm#i12155|Murray Melvin Huntress|b. Oct 1834\nd. 5 May 1901|../g0/p390.htm#i6055|Margaret Elizabeth Fredendall|b. c 21 Jan 1840\nd. 10 Jun 1934|../g0/p260.htm#i6056|Gideon D. Huntress|b. 7 Jul 1811\nd. 5 Jun 1890|../g0/p371.htm#i6051|Elizabeth B. Merritt|b. 25 Sep 1812\nd. 19 Mar 1877|../g0/p488.htm#i6052|Frederick J. Fredendall|b. 10 Oct 1802\nd. 11 Oct 1877|../g0/p260.htm#i6378|Hester J. Dykeman|b. Oct 1812\nd. 5 Apr 1891|../g0/p224.htm#i6379|
FatherMurray Melvin Huntress1 b. Oct 1834, d. 5 May 1901
MotherMargaret Elizabeth Fredendall1 b. c 21 Jan 1840, d. 10 Jun 1934
Last Edited10 Aug 2010
     George Ausby Huntress was born at Wisconsin in July 1860 presumably at Geneva.1,2,3 He was the son of Murray Melvin Huntress and Margaret Elizabeth Fredendall.1 George Ausby Huntress married after 1 May 1885, Inez May Hunt, daughter of Albert G Hunt and Mary Ann B Sherwood.4,5,6,7 George Ausby Huntress and Inez May Hunt were divorced before 2 June 1900.4,2 George Ausby Huntress died at Spokane, Spokane County, Washington, on 30 January 1908 at age 47.8,7,5
     He and George Huntress were possibly relatives. George Ausby Huntress, divorced, resided on 13 June 1900 with his parents.2 George Ausby Huntress was an electrician on 13 June 1900.2 He appeared on the census of 23 June 1905 at 2634 5th Ave S, Minneapolis, Hennepin County, Minnesota. Huntress, Geo. A, 45,, Wis, Vt, NY, 44 yrs, 11 mo, Currier.9

Citations

  1. [S1803] Melvin M. Huntress census 1880 Sciota, Minnesota.
  2. [S2883] Melvin M Huntress 1900 Minneapolis, Minnesota.
  3. [S2911] M. M. Huntress household, 1870 U.S. census.
  4. [S2881] Inez M. Huntress census 1900 Minneapolis, Minnesota.
  5. [S2621] Alonzo M. Baldwin census 1910 Minneapolis, Minnesota.
  6. [S2636] Minneapolis city directory 1914, 990 "wid Geo."
  7. [S2496] Adelyn E. Ellis census 1920 St Petersburg, Florida.
  8. [S5267] Washington Death Certificates, 1907-1960, George H Huntress.
  9. [S5049] Minnesota Territorial and State Censuses, 1849-1905, MNSC_124:276.

George B. Huntress1

M, #1848, b. between 21 June 1825 and 20 June 1826, d. 20 June 1855
George B. Huntress|b. bt 21 Jun 1825 - 20 Jun 1826\nd. 20 Jun 1855|../g0/p369.htm#i1848|John Huntress|b. Oct 1797\nd. 23 Dec 1869|../g0/p378.htm#i1094|Mary Hyde|b. s 1804\nd. b 4 Nov 1832|../g0/p404.htm#i1844|Samuel Huntress|b. 1768\nd. 3 Dec 1842|../g0/p395.htm#i374|Elizabeth Slade|b. c 1776\nd. 20 Nov 1832|../g0/p616.htm#i1093|||||||
FatherJohn Huntress1 b. Oct 1797, d. 23 Dec 1869
MotherMary Hyde b. s 1804, d. b 4 Nov 1832
Last Edited10 Aug 2004
     George B. Huntress was born at Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, between 21 June 1825 and 20 June 1826 (calculated from age at death).1 He was the son of John Huntress and Mary Hyde.1 George B. Huntress married at Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts,, on 3 December 1848, Elizabeth Aikin, daughter of James Aiken.2,3 George B. Huntress died of small pox at Deer Island on 20 June 1855.4,1
     He resided at Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.3

Citations

  1. [S3550] Mass. VRs, 1841-1910, 95:40 Deaths Registered in the City of Boston for the year, 1855. Town Clerk. "No. 1771, Date of Death: June 20, Name and Surname of the Deceased: George B. Huntress, Age: Years 29, Months [—], Days [—], Place of Death: Deer Island, Sex and Condition: M, [—], Occupation of Male Over 15 Yrs: [—], Place of Birth: Boston, Names of Parents: John, Disease or Cause of Death: Small Pox."
  2. [S102] City rec.
  3. [S398] Huntress Family, 1:141.
  4. [S398] Huntress Family, 1:141 has "30 June 1855."

George E Huntress

M, #593, b. 9 September 1904, d. 12 September 1904
George E Huntress|b. 9 Sep 1904\nd. 12 Sep 1904|../g0/p369.htm#i593|Albion Burton Huntress|b. 8 Jan 1872\nd. 16 Sep 1956|../g0/p350.htm#i588|Eva May Whitney|b. Oct 1873\nd. 1940|../g0/p733.htm#i589|James L. Huntress|b. 25 May 1838\nd. 30 May 1909|../g0/p377.htm#i585|Melinda M. Ridlon|b. 11 Mar 1842\nd. 6 Oct 1911|../g0/p581.htm#i586|Moses Whitney||../g0/p733.htm#i6259|Vesta Caton||../g0/p146.htm#i6260|
FatherAlbion Burton Huntress b. 8 Jan 1872, d. 16 Sep 1956
MotherEva May Whitney b. Oct 1873, d. 1940
Last Edited15 Jan 2001
     George E Huntress was born at Saco, York County, Maine, on 9 September 1904.1 He was the son of Albion Burton Huntress and Eva May Whitney. George E Huntress died on 12 September 1904 at age 3 days.1

Citations

  1. [S398] Huntress Family, 2:155.

George Edmund Huntress1,2

M, #5035, b. 27 February 1922, d. 25 November 2006
George Edmund Huntress|b. 27 Feb 1922\nd. 25 Nov 2006|../g0/p369.htm#i5035|Weston Durgin Huntress|b. 24 Mar 1875\nd. 6 Nov 1946|../g0/p399.htm#i5025|Grace M. Sargent|b. 11 Dec 1893\nd. 30 Jun 1981|../g0/p599.htm#i5026|John L. Huntress|b. 2 Aug 1838\nd. 6 Feb 1916|../g0/p379.htm#i3042|Sabrina C. Durgin|b. 4 Sep 1844\nd. 1925|../g0/p223.htm#i5021|Llewellyn Sargent||../g0/p600.htm#i5027|Ida M. Linscott||../g0/p449.htm#i5028|
FatherWeston Durgin Huntress1 b. 24 Mar 1875, d. 6 Nov 1946
MotherGrace M. Sargent1 b. 11 Dec 1893, d. 30 Jun 1981
Last Edited18 Mar 2009
     George Edmund Huntress was born at South Hiram, Oxford County, Maine, on 27 February 1922.1,3,2,4,5 He was the son of Weston Durgin Huntress and Grace M. Sargent.1 George Edmund Huntress married at Maine on 16 March 1946, at age 24, Beatrice M Brandt, age 19, (both) of Saco, ME, daughter of Otto H Brandt and Leona Rhodes.6,7 George Edmund Huntress died on 25 November 2006 at age 84.5
     He resided at Home for Boys, Saco, York County, Maine, in 1930 as an inmate.3 George E. Huntress, 8, inmate, born in ME was listed on the 1930 Census at Home for Boys, Saco, York County, Maine, living with Thomas L. Coates.3 He enlisted in the as a Private in the U.S. Army for the duration of WWII on 17 December 1942 at Portland, Cumberland County, Maine, serving for Portland, Cumberland County, Maine.2 George Edmund Huntress was a small craft operator on 17 December 1942.2

Citations

  1. [S398] Huntress Family, 2:88.
  2. [S3676] Ca. 1938 - 1946 Electronic Army Serial Number Merged File, George E. Huntress, ARMY SERIAL NUMBER, 31217887, Maine, York, Private, Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, Enlistment for the duration of the War, Maine, 1922, 4 years of high school, SMALL CRAFT OPERATOR, Single, without dependents, electees (Enlisted Men).
  3. [S2410] Thomas L. Coates household, 1930.
  4. [S4167] InteliUS.
  5. [S312] SSDI, George E. Huntress, 007-14-7119, 04030 East Waterboro, York, Maine, 27 Feb 1922, 25 Nov 2006, Maine (Before 1951).
  6. [S3203] George Huntress Genealogy by Dorothy Maughan, CD, 9 Aug 2003 file.
  7. [S2456] Maine Marriages, 1892-1996, Bride's Name: Brandt Beatrice M, Bride's Residence: Saco, ME, Groom's Name: Huntress George E, Groom's Residence: Saco, ME, Marriage Date: March 16, 1946, Certificate: 0.

George Edwin Huntress1,2

M, #1975, b. 29 August 1842, d. 9 January 1868
George Edwin Huntress|b. 29 Aug 1842\nd. 9 Jan 1868|../g0/p369.htm#i1975|Dyer Place Huntress|b. bt 16 Dec 1817 - 15 Jan 1818\nd. 15 Jul 1855|../g0/p360.htm#i1968|Sarah Hayes Wasgatt|b. 27 Apr 1813\nd. 1 Jan 1851|../g0/p700.htm#i1969|Gideon W. Huntress|b. bt 3 Apr 1778 - 2 Apr 1779\nd. 2 Apr 1870|../g0/p371.htm#i601|Mary A. Kelly|b. c Oct 1783\nd. 25 Apr 1865|../g0/p418.htm#i1924|Cornelius Wasgatt||../g0/p700.htm#i1970|Rhoda Haynes||../g0/p316.htm#i1971|
FatherDyer Place Huntress1,2 b. bt 16 Dec 1817 - 15 Jan 1818, d. 15 Jul 1855
MotherSarah Hayes Wasgatt1,2 b. 27 Apr 1813, d. 1 Jan 1851
Last Edited25 Feb 2009
     George Edwin Huntress was born at Charlestown, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, on 29 August 1842.1,3,4 He was the son of Dyer Place Huntress and Sarah Hayes Wasgatt.1,2 George Edwin Huntress died the day of his wedding s.p. At Watertown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, on 9 January 1868 of Consumption at age 25.2 He married at Watertown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, on 9 January 1868, at age 25, Adeline L. Thompson, (both) of Watertown, daughter of Thomas J Thompson and Caroline L. (--?--), ceremony performed by Joseph Crafts, Justice of the Peace.1
      A guardian was appointed for him in 1855, residence New Hampshire.5 George Edwin Huntress, machinist, resided as a boarder at Waltham, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, in 1860 at the Nuney Childs boarding house.6 George "Geo" Huntress, 17, machinist, born in MA was listed on the 1860 Census at Waltham, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, living with the Nuney Childs boarding house.6 He, of Waltham, mechanic, age 18, enlisted in the Civil War on 29 June 1861.7,8 He was a soldier in the Civil War (Co H, 16th Mass. Vol. Inf.), wounded in action and transferred.9,7,10 He mustered into Company H, 16th Mass. Vol. Inf. as a private on 29 June 1861.11,8 He transferred to, Veteran Reserve Corps, on 15 November 1863.7,8 He mustered out on 30 June 1864.7 On 17 January 1865 George E. Huntress applied for a Civil War invalid pension for service in Company H of the 16th Mass. Inf.12 George Edwin Huntress was a machinist on 9 January 1868.2 On 6 November 1888, Adeline, widow of George E. Huntress, who served in Company H of the 16th Mass. Inf., filed for a Civil War widows pension.10

Citations

  1. [S3550] Mass. VRs, 1841-1910, 209:259 Watertown, #4, Jan 9th 1868, George E Huntress, Addie L Thompson, Watertown, Watertown, 25, 25, Watchmaker, Charlestown, Wayland, Dyer P & Sarah H, Thomas J & Caroline L, First, First, Joseph Crafts, Justice of the Peace.
  2. [S3550] Mass. VRs, 1841-1910, 212:218 Watertown, #2, January 9, George E. Huntress, Male, Married, 25, 2, 10, Consumption, Watertown, Machinist, Charlestown, Dyer T, Sarah H, Stratford, N.H., Charlestown, Ma.
  3. [S398] Huntress Family, 1:152.
  4. [S3328] Nuney Childs household, 1860 , stated age 17, born in MA.
  5. [S3340] Index to Mass. Probate Records, Number 35001.
  6. [S3328] Nuney Childs household, 1860.
  7. [S1525] Mass. Civil War Soldiers, 2:255.
  8. [S5440] Record of the Massachusetts Volunteers, 1861-1865, 2:243.
  9. [S1410] 16th Mass. Vol. Inf.
  10. [S642] U.S., Civil War Pension Index: General Index to Pension Files, 1861-1934, Application No. 383229, Certificate No. 255767.
  11. [S1525] Mass. Civil War Soldiers, 2:253, 255.
  12. [S642] U.S., Civil War Pension Index: General Index to Pension Files, 1861-1934, Application No. 58926, Certificate No. 41201.
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