Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Photo Collection Descendants of William Dyer and Mary Barrett Dyer of Rhode Island


From Jeffrey Gorman Private Collection Images of Yore. Please ask for permission to publish. This is an ongoing effort so please check back as new items are posted. In addition, there are photos from Ancestry Trees and other Genealogy sites which are sourced. If you would like records on research please contact us. Jeffrey has an extensive collection of family photographs and is a contributing editor of my Network Group New England Family and Genealogy.  Please Note Name changes recorded in some of these families List 
Lemuel Dyer (1774-1858) son of Henry Dyer and Elizabeth Betty Simonton with grandson, Alonzo Dyer (1867-1931) Portland Maine
Early 1900s Lunenburg/Fitchburg, Massachusetts Francis "Frank" Bradley Dyer (1879-1943) worked for his father Henry B. Dyer in the roofing business. The arrow points to Frank and his father Henry can be seen standing on the ground next to the cart. On close inspection, you can read "H.B. Dyer...Roofing" on the side of the cart.
1930s Off White Street, Lunenburg, Massachusetts. Frank is standing outside his home off White Street, Lunenburg.
Adelaide Dyer (1841-1910) daughter of Daniel C Dyer and Martha Holland. Lived in Brome Que Canada with her husband, George Washington Lawrence (1831-1910) son of Wesley Oliver Lawrence (s. of Hezekiah W Lawrence of Vermont and Elizabeth "Betsy" Craig of Massachusetts) and Sophia Clark who married in 1838. 
Francis Elihu Dyer (1830-1866) son of Christopher Dyer and Betsey Porter Abington, Massachusetts. He married Mary Blankinship Thomas (1832-1884)
Mary Blankinship Thomas (1832-1884) daughter of William Thomas and Abigail Clark. She was the wife of Francis Elihu Dyer Rochester New York. After Elihu's death, Mary married 2nd Henry Luther Edwards (1822-1903) son of Luther Edwards (a descendant of Alexander Edwards, one of the early settlers of Northampton, Mass.) and Rachel Searle. October 16, 1867, at South Abington, Massachusetts From Necrology published by Andover Theological Seminary. Alumni Association.

Alonzo Gustav Dyer (1867-1931) son of Moses Plummer Dyer and Rose (see info below). He married Maggie Lucinda York on February 8, 1897, Chebeague Island, Maine. Maggie (1961) born in Chebeague Island, Maine daughter of Franklin Ira York and Lucretia A. Doughty. Maine Marriages Index, 1892-1966, 1977-1996 (Online database: AmericanAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2004.) (Database courtesy of Maine State Archives, Augusta, Maine.) https://www.americanancestors.org/DB130/t/1087032026 NOTE: Name on marriage certificate is Rosa P. Bates. Her name on headstone is Rose E. Johnson. She may have had a first husband Bates. Marriage record incomplete. Her maiden name on son Alonzo's second marriage is Rose Johnson, born Chebeague Island. Alanzo married 2nd Christina F. Miller on January 4, 1889, Chebeague Island, Maine.

Alden Kingsman Dyer (1856-1925) son of Walter Dyer and Harriet Kingsman Otis Maine. He married Carrie Ellen Hooper (1867-1954) daughter of Amaziah Hooper and Annie Hunter Phillips Curtis. 
Harriet Kingsman (1819-1898) daughter of Ebenezer Kingman and Tamara Morrison. Wife of Walter Dyer.


Mary Ellen Dyer (1896-1933) daughter of Alden Kingsman Dyer and Carrie Ellen Hooper.

Carrie Ellen Hooper (1867-1954) daughter of Amaziah Hooper and Annie Hunter Phillips Curtis. Wife of Alden Kingsman Dyer. 


Amaziah Curtis Hooper (1837-1911) son of Sylvester Hooper and Sarah H Snyder. His daughter Carrie Ellen Hooper married Alden Kingsman Dyer. 


Annie Hunter Philips (1849-1931) daughter of George Phillips and Sarah Eliza Mitchell. Wife of Amaziah Curtis Hooper. Her daughter Carrie Ellen Hooper married Alden Kingsman Dyer.


Nancy Evelyn Dyer (1897) and Mary Ellen Dyer (1896-1993)
Children of of Alden Kingsman Dyer and Carrie Ellen Hooper

Children of Alden Kingsman Dyer and Carrie Ellen Hooper: R Walter Edward, Charlotte Lavinia (sitting in chair), Nancy Evelyn (Left standing behind chair), Mary Ellen (next to Nancy), Harriet Annie (L, next to Mary), Ethel Lititia, and Mitchel Garcelon. Taken in 1905. This photo is from the Mary Ellen Dyer Wilbur collection. 


Nancy Evelyn Dyer (1897-1985) daughter of Alden Kingsman Dyer and Carrie Ellen Hooper

Charlotte Lavinia Dyer (1904-2000) and husband Levi Flint from Mary Ellen Dyer Wilbur Collection

Walter Dyer, Taylor Hooper, and Margarite Cushman. From
Mary Ellen Dyer Wilbur Collection


Albert J Dyer (1843-1914) Brome Que Canada and Wife Hannah Salome Hardy (1843-1926) daughter of Dr. Samuel Hardy and Prudentia D Coburn (1813-1847) of Cornish Flat, NH. Dr Samuel Hardy (104-1879), son of Tristam Hardy and Kezia Frazer was a manufacturer of medicinal products and produced Hardy's Salve and other patent medicines, starting in 1836. Dr. Hardy's sons, Philemon and Charles, took over the business in 1869. The Hardys produced a variety of patent medicines including Dr. Hardy's Magnetic Pain Destroyer, Dr. Hardy's Magical Pain Destroyer, Dr. Hardy's External Anodyne, Dr. Hardy's Indian Vegetable Worm Powder, Dr. Hardy's Porous Plasters, Dr. Hardy's Capsicum Plasters, Dr. Hardy's Cathartic Electuary, Dr. Hardy's Root and Herb Tonic Bitters, Dr. Hardy's Bitters, and Dr. Hardy's Woman's Friend. From New Hampshire Historical Society
Albert and Hannah are Buried at Fairmount Cemetery Sutton Monteregie Region Quebec, Canada

Adeline Francis Dyer (1853-1884) daughter of Francis Elihu Dyer and Mary Blankinship Thomas Abington, Massachusetts 

Elizabeth Cummings Dyer born 1858 died 1859 daughter of Francis Elihu Dyer and Mary Blankinship Thomas

Alvin Dyer (1879-1971) son of Moses Plummer Dyer and his second wife Lydia A Doughetry. Brunswick Maine

Annie G Dyer 1858-1897 Cumberland Maine and brother William Dyer 1861-1942

Dyer sisters Elva 1862-1938, Mary 1866-1930, Annie 1859-1921, Rose 1873-1940, Gertrude 1866-1926, Josephine 1871-1884, Laura 1867-943 Cumberland Maine

 Annette Eugenia Dyer 1828-1888 Sutton Que Canada

Amanda Dyer (1830-1903) daughter of Reuben Dyer and Abigail Arnold Smith New Sharon Maine

Wealthy Wass (1808-1877) wife of Lemuel Dyer Addison Maine

Lydia A Dyer (1841-1905) daughter of Lemuel Dyer (1807-1881) and Wealthy Wass (1808-1877) Portland Maine. 



 Wealthy Wass 1808-1877 wife of Lemuel Dyer Addison Maine

Moses Plummer Dyer (1834-1902) Portland Maine and wife Lydia Doherty ? 1850-1884


Calvin Dyer (1833-1893) son of Winthrop Dyer and Perlina Milk, daughter of Benjamin Milk (1780-1856) and Mary Baker (1780-1844) Jefferson New York

Betsy Dyer (1841-1864) daughter of Winthrop Dyer and Perlina Milk Jefferson NY

Asaph Dyer (1834-1883) son of Lemuel Dyer and Wealthy Wass Portland Maine. He married Married Elizabeth Bradbury (1835-1910) born on Jewel Island, Maine, daughter of Gibeon Bradbury and Tirza E. Chase. census forms show that they had Joseph Burt, Henrietta, and Flora. At the time of the 1880 census they had Henrietta's husband Ezekial Cushing and her child Hattie Cushing living with them.

Married Elizabeth Bradbury (1835-1910) born on Jewel Island, Maine, daughter of Gibeon Bradbury and Tirza E. Chase. She was wife of Asaph E. Dyer. In 1900 she was a 64-year old widow, living with her married daughter, Henrietta Stevens Dyer Cushing and her husband Ezekial Cushing, and their daughter Hattie Cushing. 

James Dyer (1814-1887) son of Reuben Dyer and Mary Knowles. He married Betsey Gallison Snell (1819-1827)


Betsey Gallison Snell (1819-1827) daughter of James Snell and Betsey Atkinson. She married James Dyer. James Snell son of James Snell and Betsey Young. Betsey Atkinson daughter of William Atkinson and Mary Blunt (d. of John Blunt and Rebecca Streeter). John Blunt, (1735-1804), commanded a company raised for the defense of eastern Massachusetts. He was born in Sturbridge, Mass.; died in Winthrop, Maine. From Lineage Book Daughters of the Revolution Volume 32 1911 pg. 347. 
NOTE: Elizabeth "Betsey" Atkinson Snell had two sons with James Snell and m. 2nd Lieut. James Elliot (1747-1814) in Woolwich, Maine, 28 Feb 1797, by whom she had six children: Isaac, Elizabeth, Mary, Susanna, Diana, and James 2nd Elliot. She was the daughter of Isaac Young of Pownalborough, Maine.   

Annie Laura Dyer (1857-1884) daughter of James Dyer and Betsey Gallison Snell New Sharon Maine. 

Clay B Dyer (1861) son of Soverign B. Dyer and Elizabeth Barger (Daughter of James Barger and Caroline) 

Clara Estelle Dyer (1854-1890) daughter of Joshua Knowles Dyer and Harriett Augusta Riggs New Sharon Maine.


Harriett Augusta Riggs (1833-1902) daughter of Starbard Riggs & Clarrisa Lombard, wife of Joshua Knowles Dyer in New Sharon Maine

Christopher Dyer (1819-1881) son of Christopher Dyer and Betsey Porter. He married Almira Lttlefield daughter of Darius Littlefield and Lydia Howard. Abington Massachusetts. One daughter Josephine Louise Dyer married John Prescott Varnum (1854-1888) son of John Prescott Varnum and Nancy Greene. John Prescott was a leading journalist of Jacksonville, Fla., and connected with several leading papers in that State. He was a bright young newspaper man and wielded a versatile pen. He gave promise of distinguished success in his calling, until overcome by the deadly malaria of Florida. He died at his wife's home at Avon, Mass., at the early age of thirty-four years. From "The Varnums of Dracutt (in Massachusetts) a history of George Varnum, his son Samuel who came to Ipswich about 1635, and grandsons Thomas, John and Joseph, who settled in Dracutt, and their descendants"
Lydia Howard was daughter of Jonas Howard and Abigail Packard. 

Mary Dyer (1863-1940) and sister Charlotte Dyer (1866-?) daughters to Captain William Dyer and Mary Taylor Providence Rhode Island. Mary married on January 16, 1890, Herman Clifford Holmes (1861-1943), son of Captain Hiram Holmes (1819-188) and Nancy Avery (1827-1892), daughter of Peter L Avery and Betsey Chapman. Captain Homes was the son of Shubel Holmes and Deborah Small. From "History of Barnstable County, Massachusetts." According to "Genealogical Record of the Dedham Branch of the Avery Family in America," Jane Greenough Avery Carter, Susie Perry: Hiram worked in family business and after eleven years experience in the business in which his father was engaged, March 1, 1888, purchased the stock of his father and continued the business successfully until January of 1890, when he sold out to accept a lucrative position which had previously been tendered him in the firm of "Wilcox. Crittenden & Co.", manufacturers, at Middletown, Conn. He graduated from the Commercial Department of Wesleyan Academy at Wilbraham, Mass., and is considered a thorough business young man, honorable and upright in all his dealing. He united with Center Church in 1884, and from that time has proved an earnest worker, filling several official positions in the church, beside positions of trust outside of it. Mary Dyer Homes was a graduate of the Provincetown High School, class of 1881, and successfully engaged in teaching until her marriage. She united with the Methodist Church in 1883.

Charles H Dyer (1833-1914) and brother Isaac Atkins Dyer (1836-1915) sons of James Snow Dyer and Hannah Cook Providence Rhode Island. Isaac was a whaling captain and was also part owner of the Lottie E. Cook in 1875. 

Rebecca B Nichols (1843-1902) wife of Charles H Dyer (1833-1914)

Hattie M. Dyer (1867-1949) daughter of Isaac Atkins Dyer and Lorena Sparks. She married, William Wallace Johnson (1857-1916) son of Joseph P. Johnson and Mary Atkins at Provincetown by the Rev. George Brightman on November 18 1901. She was a librarian.


Lorena Sparks (1841-1923) daughter of David Sparks, (son of  James Sparks and Abigail Cook) and Rebecca Dyer (d. of
Elijah Dyer and Rebekah Rich). Lorena was wife of Isaac Atkins Dyer. Her father, David Sparks was a mariner and master of several vessels. He was also part owner of the Northwind in 1859, together with his brothers, Heman and Harvey, and his nephews, Paul Atkins and Franklin Higgins. After the death of his first wife, Rebecca, David Sparks married (2d) Martha D. (Watkins) Small, widow of Isaac Small who had died in 1844 of yellow fever. Martha was born on June 5, 1822, and was a daughter of Thomas and Hannah (Dyer) Watkins, of Truro. Martha died on May 17, 1892, and David died on Aug. 6, 1897.
A great-great-niece of Mary (Sparks) Young, Josephine Johnson, recalls an anecdote which her grandmother, Lorena (Sparks) Dyer, enjoyed telling about the independence of Mary (Sparks) Young. She (Lorena) visited her Aunt Mary and noted that the parlor floor was covered wall-to-wall with newspapers. She commented, "Aunt Mary, I thought you said the new minister is coming to call." To which her Aunt replied, "So he is. So he is. But I've just washed the floor and nobody is going to track dirt onto it." From Sparks Quarterly and Family Association 

Charles Foster Dyer (1881-1951) of Providence Rhode Island son of Edward Foster SR and Mary Joy Southwick, daughter of Daniel Southwick and Lucinda Brown daughter of Josiah Brown and Mary Joy, Great Granddaughter of Aaron Wilder and Priscilla Clark. Daniel was son of Theophilus Southwick and Anna Remington. Genealogy of the Descendants of Lawrence and Cassandra Southwick of Salem. 


Edward Foster Dyer (1852-1909) son of Edward Foster Dyer SR and Mary Joy Southwick.  Husband of Abbie Idella Peck (1846-1940) daughter of Royal J Peck and Ellen Fallet

Charles Dyer (1839-1897) son of Reuben Dyer and Abigail Arnold Smith daughter of David Smith and Nancy Perkins.  New Sharon Maine and his wife Geneva Payne (1843-1875) daughter of Thomas W Payne and Phebe Charles is listed as a carpenter working in Maine in a 1870 Lawrence, Massachusetts Census

Reuben Dyer (1803-1875) son of Reuben Dyer and Married  Abigail Arnold Smith daughter of David Smith and Nancy Perkins. He is listed in Lawrence, Massachusetts census as a carpenter. 

Mahalia S. Dyer (1841-1890) daughter of Reuben Dyer and Abigail Arnold Smith and husband George Washington Poore (1839-1895) son of David Poore and Abby Gage. In 1860 Census listed occupation as Milliner. George W Poore death certificate list him as a Dry Goods Dealer.

Adelaide Clark (1834-1888) daughter of Harris Henry Clark and Lydia. She was the wife of George Edward Dyer, son of Daniel C. Dyer and Martha Holland.  Sutton Que Canada

George Edward Dyer (1832-1896) son of Daniel C Dyer and Marha Holland, and husband of Adelaide Clark (1834-1888)

Georgianna Dyer (1857-1895?) daughter of George Edward Dyer and Adelaide Clark, wife of John Mason Hulett (1859-1937) son of John Gray Hulett (of Mason Hulett and Ann Taylor) and Lucretia Porter Taylor. They had one daughter Georgia Dyer Hulett. 

Hannah Atkins Dyer (1807-1890) daughter of Reuben Dyer and Mary Knowles. She married in 1830 Benjamin Harding (1803-1880), son of Benjamin Harding (son of Deacon Ephraim Harding and Sara Collins) and Phebe Knowles (daughter of Captain Silas Knowles and Mary Freeman). Mayflower Births and Deaths, Vol 2, Stephen Hopkins Author FTM CD 167 Vital Records: Mayflower Vital Records, Deeds and Wills, 1600's-1900's. MD, Vol 13, Records from the Old North Cemetery, Truro, Ma. Author FTM CD 203 The Complete Mayflower Descendant Note Source Quality: 3

George A Dyer (1880-1968) Jefferson New York son of Lewis Winthrop Dyer and Emma J Kenyon. 

Lewis Winthrop Dyer (1848-1926) son of Winthrop Dyer and Perlina Milk. He married Caroline E. "Carrie" Kenyon (1852-1874) and sister of Emma Jane Kenyon (1852-1874) daughters of Maxson Kenyon (1826-1914) and Ann E. Sherman (1828-1866). 


Lewis Dyer's home in Jefferson, Schohaire, New York 


Myron James Dyer (1874-1947) son of son of Lewis Winthrop Dyer (1848-1926) and Caroline E. "Carrie" Kenyon (1852-1874)

Lewis Winthrop Dyer with Granddaughter Mabel Webber (1906-1989) daughter of Mary Dyer and James William Weber.

Myron James Dyer (1874-1947) 

Caroline E. "Carrie" Kenyon (1852-1874) daughter of Maxon Kenyon and Ann E Kenyon Sherman. Wife of Lewis Winthrop Dyer.

Mary Dyer and brother George Alfred Dyer children of
Lewis Winthrop Dyer (1848-1926) and Emma Jane Keynon. 


Mary Dyer and brother George Alfred Dyer children of
Lewis Winthrop Dyer (1848-1926) and Emma Jane Keynon.

Mabel Webber (1906-1989) daughter of Mary Dyer and James William Weber. 

Mabel Webber (1906-1989) daughter of Mary Dyer and James William Weber. 


Fredrik Dyer 1874-? Jefferson NY

Minnie Martelle Dyer (1869-1921) daughter of John Brooks Dyer and Martha Jane Mosher. 


Leslie A Dyer (1853-1910) daughter of John Brooks Dyer and Mary Jane Mosher


John Brooks Dyer (1829-1887) son of John Brooks Dyer and Elmira Malcom.


Mary Jane Mosher (1831-1899) 


John Frank Dyer (1857-1933) son of John Brooks Dyer and Mary Jane Mosher. He married Cora Etta Blackington (1857-1901) daughter of Gilbert McLoud Blackington and Ann Augusta Hall.

Franklin Mayo Dyer 1893-1974 son of John Frank Dyer (1857-1933) and Cora Etta Blackington (1857-1901) daughter of Gilbert McLoud Blackington and Ann Augusta Hall, daughter of David Hull and Mary N. Critcherson. The family lived in Bangor Maine. He married Minnie Ruth Leonard. See Mayflower Descendants in the State of Texas and Their Lineage: Numbers 1401-2387 Barbara Lewis Williams, Edith K. Zuber, Society of Mayflower Descendants in the State of Texas Naylor Company, 2005 - Pilgrims (New Plymouth Colony)


Charles Thorpe 

Henry B Dyer (1834-1905) Reuben Dyer and Abigail Arnold Smith and Harriet Louise Nelson (1843-1917) Daughter of Horatio Nelson and Harriet Gray of Peterborough, NH 

Maurice Lorimer Dyer (1861-1915) son of Joshua Knowles Dyer and Harriet Augusta Riggs. Married Elvira Cutting daughter of Henry Cutting and Ann ? on April 30 1883 in Boston, Massachusetts and 2nd Margaret Mae Doak on December 19 1894, daughter of William James Doak and Theresa Shields born in Ireland.  William Doak was Ship Carpenter in Canada. Maurice Dyer was a real estate agent and died age 53 in Flint, Genesee, Michigan.

Donavan Lorimer Dyer (1902-1961) son of Maurice Lorimer Dyer and Margaret Mae Doak. Married Anna May Morton on December 5 1923. Photo from Find A Grave.


Anna May Morton (1900-1988) daughter of Hudson T Morton and Ann Charlotte Fredlund, wife of Donavan Lorimer Dyer (1902-1961)

Joshua Knowles Dyer (1825-1889) son of Reuben Dyer and Mary Knowles. Married Harriett Augusta Riggs (1833-1902) daughter of Starbard Riggs & Clarrisa Lombard. 


Emily Small Dyer (1859) daughter of James Dyer and and Betsey Gallison Snell. She married Charles Lee Norton.

Charles Lee Norton (1863-1927) son of Thomas Flint Norton and Eunice G. Edgecomb. Husband of Emily Small Dyer. Thomas Flint Norton, son of Samuel Norton and Anna Davis.  According to Mr. Norton was a farmer by occupation and settled first in Livermore, where several of his children were born. In March, i860, he exchanged his farm with William Frederic Johnson for the Capt. Ezekiel Hinkley farm in Industry, on which he spent the remainder of his life. He was a man who had no enemies, and a consistent member of the Methodist Episcopal Church. During the last of his life he was a great though uncomplaining sufferer. He died in Industry, Feb. 18, 1887.

James Snell Dyer (1851-1909) son of James Dyer and Betsey Gallison Snell.


Amira Norton wife of James Snell Dyer (1851-1909) 

Ralph V Dyer (1839-1862) son of Winthrop Dyer and Perlina Milk. Jefferson, New York 

Permilla Dyer (1831-1895) daughter of Winthrop Dyer and Perlina Milk. Jefferson, New York. She Married Alfred A. Wood (1825-1875) son of Edward P Wood and Catherine Acker on August 12, 1849.



Alfred A. Wood (1825-1875) son of Edward P Wood and Catherine Acker  

Vashti L. Dyer (1823-1864) daughter of Jonathan Dyer and Vashti Oakes Leary

Sophronia Mann Dyer (1813-1899) daughter of She married Joshua Hallett (1807-1875) son of Joshua Hallet and Lucy Sturgis.  

Thankful Dyer (1827-1904) daughter of Jonathan Dyer and Vashti Oakes Leary. 


Joseph "Joe" Dyer (1832-1910) son of Jonathan Dyer and Vashti Oakes Leary. Husband of Mary Ann Blake (1835-1914) daughter of Seth Smith and Lucinda Ward. 


Jeremiah Knowles (1822-1880) son of Nathaniel Knowles and Sally Smith and his wife Jemima Dyer (1824-1880) daughter of Joseph Snow Dyer and Jemima Dyer. 


Richard Knowles (1845-1884) son of Jeremiah Knowles and Jemima Dyer. He married Elizabeth P Fairfield (1851-1907) daughter of William Fairfield and Elizabeth Restell of Salem, Massachusetts.


Elizabeth Fairfield (1851-1907) daughter of William Fairfield and Elizabeth Restell of Salem, Massachusetts. She married Richard Knowles in 1869 and 2nd James Borden of Salem in 1899. 


Jeremiah Alpheus Knowles (1853-1908) son of Jeremiah Knowles and Jemima Dyer. He married Elizabeth Evans (1851-1932) daughter of Thomas Jefferson Evans and Mary Delia Symonds 


Jeremiah Alpheus Knowles (1853-1908) son of Jeremiah Knowles and Jemima Dyer. He married Elizabeth Evans.

Elizabeth Evans (1851-1932) daughter of Thomas Jefferson Evans and Mary Delia Symonds. Wife of Jermiah Alpheus Knowles

Nathaniel Edward Knowles (1880-1939) son of Jeremiah Alpheus Knowles (1853-1908) and Elizabeth Evans (1851-1932) grandson son of Jeremiah Knowles and Jemima Dyer. He married Mary Elizabeth Moore (1876-1917) daughter of John Moore and Mary Ann Wornock. Lived in Wakefield, Massachusetts. 


Nathaniel Knowles home Wakefield Mass circa 1910. House is on Melrose Ave near Oak street. Figure in front of house may be Nathaniel Knowles.


Mary Elizabeth Moore (1876-1917) daughter of John Moore and Mary Ann Wornock. Nathaniel Edward Knowles (1880-1939) son of Jeremiah Alpheus Knowles (1853-1908) and Elizabeth Evans (1851-1932) grandson son of Jeremiah Knowles and Jemima Dyer. Lived in Wakefield, Massachusetts. 

Brothers John Henry Dyer (1841-1901) and Joseph Emmons Dyer (1847-1917). Children of Adam Milestone Dyer and Elizabeth Smith Hill. John married Catherine Shaw. He was a salesman. 


Dorothy Francis Dyer (1898-1972) Sutton Que Canada

 Edward Foster Dyer (1852-1909) Northbridge, Massachusetts

Ebenezer Alden Dyer (1857-1921) Plymouth, Massachusetts 

Ebenezer Porter Dyer 1839-1896 Stow, Massachusetts

Kate "Kittie" Dyer (1868-1936) daughter of Zbadiah A Dyer and Lucy Gallup. She married Jacob Lansing Ten Eyck (1864-1932) son of Abraham Cuyler Ten Eyck and Margaret Matilda Haswell. Lived in Albany New York. Jacob Ten Eyck (1772–1862), a member of the New York State Assembly
Below From Albany City Directory 1896.
 




Edwin Strevell Dyer (1860-1924) son of  Zbadiah A Dyer and Lucy Gallup Bern, New York. Zbadiah (1821-1900) son of Bradbury Dyer and Polly Shepherd. Lucy (1826-1913) was daughter of Nathaniel Gallup and Sally Walden. 

Eunice Dyer (1850-1930) and Priscilla Dyer (1849-1916) daughters of Zbadiah A Dyer and Lucy Gallup. Eunice married Frank Strevel (1845-1905) son of Isaac Strevell and Alma Denison. 

Zebediah Allen D Strevell (1872-1942) son of Eunice Dyer and Frank Strevel. He married Grace Anne Warner (1874-1962) daughter of Elias Warner and Lucy Ella Gallup.


Lucy Strevel (1880-1962) daughter of Eunice Dyer and Frank Strevel. She married William Becker (1883-1956) son of Melvin William Becker and Edith I. Young. 

Emily P Dyer (1848-1900) Portland, Maine and her sister Elisha Dyer (1843-1894) and Emily's daughter Wealthy (1865-1932) 


Ella Wallace (1870-1881) and her sister Eva (1875-1890) daughters of Emily Dyer 



Eugene Alphonzo Dyer (1838-1911) Sutton Que Canada

Flora Adella Dyer (1857-1937) Albany New York daughter of James Dyer and Mary Margaret Engle. She married John Palmatier Rodley McNab (1857-1930) son of Jasper McNab and Angeline 

Frank Lincoln Dyer (1861-1921) son of of James Dyer and Betsey Gallison Snell. He married Lanore Evelyn McWilliams They lived in New Sharon Maine and Wisconsin 



Hiram Manter Dyer (1846-1922) son of of James Dyer and Betsey Gallison Snell. He marriedCarrie Brown (1854-1920) daughter of Lewis Henry Brown and Christina McLean (1821-1912) 

Carrie Brown (1854-1920) daughter of Lewis Henry Brown Wife of Hiram Manter Dyer (1846-1922). Christina McLean was daughter of John McLean (1791-1881) m. 1818 Susan Baker (1800-1883).  Lewis Henry Brown (1816-1885) was son of Nathaniel A Brown and Jerusha E Hutchinson daughter of Stephen P Hutchinson and Mary Fermin. Christina McLean was daughter of John McLean (1791-1881) m. 1818 Susan Baker (1800-1883) DAR Lineage Book 1936. 

Lewis Henry Brown (1816-1885) son of Nathaniel Brown Husband of Christina McLean (1821-1912). 

Christina McLean (1821-1912) daughter of John McLean (1791-1881) m. 1818 Susan Baker (1800-1883). She married Lewis Henry Brown. Daughter Carrie Brown married Herman Mantle Dyer. 


Christina McLean (1821-1912) daughter of John McLean (1791-1881) m. 1818 Susan Baker (1800-1883). She married Lewis Henry Brown. Daughter Carrie Brown married Herman Mantle Dyer. 


Frank Everett Dyer (1863-1941) son of Angeline Mayham (d. of Cornelius Mayham and Julia) and Seymour Dyer, son of Calvin Dyer and Elizabeth Sherwood.   He married Hattie Van Deusen. They lived in New York. He married 2nd,  Effie M. Jump on Jun 03, 1908, daughter of Aranias Jump and Anna Crapser. Frank was a farmer and lived in Jefferson, New York. 


Hattie Van Deusen (1869-1907) daughter of Peter Van Deusen and Catherine Burnett. Wife of Frank Everett Dyer. 


Frank H Dyer (1850-1905) son of Captain Mark Anthony Dyer and Susannah Nash. Susannah was daughter of Uriah Nash and Anna Wass. Harrington Maine. Frank Dyer married Irene Rumball (1853/54-1919) daughter of Otis Plummer Rumball and Martha Nash. 

Micah Dyer (1797-1895) son of Captain Micah Dyer (1768-1847) and Bethiah Dyer Gross (1775-1868). He married Sarah "Sally" Hollbrook. 


Sarah "Sally" Hollbrook (1802-1883) daughter of Joseph Holbrook (1771-1853) and Mary "Polly" Jenkins (1773-1827). She married Micah Dyer. 


Wellfleet, Massachusetts The home of Bethia (Gross) Dyer and Micah Dyer. Micah Dyer, their son, was born here in 1797. The house was moved much later to Skunks Neck, in Chatham, by a Dr. Forsythe.

 Wellfleet Historical Society photo Bethiah Dyer Gross (1775-1868) and her sisters. Daughters of Thomas Gross (1740-1817) and Abigail Young (1750-1835) Below Photo ID 



Jerusha Ayer Dyer (1827–1911) daughter of Micah Dyer and Sarah "Sally" Holbrook. She married James Marsh Burgess (1823-1887) 

James Marsh Burgess (1823-1887) son of William Burgess (1785-1847) and Deborah White (1783-1854). Husband of Jerusha Ayer Dyer.

Julia Knowles Burgess (1850-) daughter of Jerusha Ayer Dyer and James Marsh Burgess. She married Myron Winfield Short
son of Levi E Short and Adelia B Cole.  

Myron Winfield Short (1853-1945) son of Levi Short and husband of Julia Knowles Burgess.

Mary Ann Dyer (1825-1901) daughter of Micah Dyer and Sarah "Sally" Holbrook. She married Josiah Shepard Robinson (1821-1888) of Belknap, New Hampshire. 


Josiah Shepard Robinson (1821-1888) son of Finley Williams Robinson (1794-1882) and Priscilla Pratt Marston (1796-1865). Husband of Mary Ann Dyer. Finley was so of Captain Noah Robinson (1757-1827) soldier of the American Revolution and Nancy Wiggin (1760-1808) daughter of Simon Wiggin and Hannah Marble


Mahila Dyer (1841-1890) and her husband George Washington Poore (1839-1895) son of David Poore and Abigail "Abby"Gage. He was a dry goods dealer. Death certificate Ohio. George enlisted in Company L, Massachusetts 1st Cavalry Regiment on 23 Sep 1861.Promoted to Full Corporal on 24 Feb 1864.Mustered out on 12 Feb 1864.Transferred to Company L, Massachusetts 4th Cavalry Regiment on 12 Feb 1864. Promoted to Full Qtr Master Serg on 24 Sep 1864. Promoted to Full Quartermaster on 21 Feb 1865. Promoted to Full 2nd Lieutenant on 07 Apr 1865. Promoted to Full 1st Lieutenant on 08 Jul 1865. Mustered out on 14 Nov 1865 at Richmond, VA. 

Georgia Adeline Dyer 1859-1906 from Jefferson New York. She married Elam D. Gallup (1856-1921) 

Ida Dyer (1862-1960) daughter of James Dyer (1817-1876) and Mary Margaret Engle born in New York. She married Luther C Warner (1865-1922) 28 Jan 1903, Grundy County, Iowa. Rev E.E. Hastings preformed the ceremony in the home of her sister, Mrs W.J. Oxley photo of her below--Martha Dyer Oxley. 
Ida would become county clerk of Albany New York in April 1922 below is a newspaper clip from The Kingston Daily Freeman


Obituary for Ida Dyer Warner March 15 1960 in The New York Times She was a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution




Daughters of James Dyer and Mary Margaret Engle: Martha Dyer (1849-1952) who married William James Oxley (1847-1928) and sister Lucy Dyer (1859-1944) who married Simon Pitcher (1836 - 1925). 

Mary Judith Polly Dyer Bailey (1845-1907) daughter of James Dyer and Mary Margaret Engle. She married Ranson Bailey
(1828-1876) son of Samuel Bailey and Dorothy Newton.

Ranson Bailey (1828-1876) son of Samuel Bailey and Dorothy Newton. He was husband of Mary Dyer.  From Portrait and Biographical Record of Jasper, Marshall and Grundy Counties, Iowa 1894

Flora Adella Dyer (1857-1937) daughter of James Dyer and Mary Margaret Engle. She married John P. McNab (1857 - 1930) son of Jasper McNab and Angeline. 


Luella Dyer (1862-1935) daughter of James Dyer and Mary Margaret Engle. She married Albert Vasey (18461-908) son of Anthony Vasey and Myra Kent on April 28, 1896. 















The Family of Henry Mayham of Blenheim Hill, Schoharie County, New York.

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  1. As I have Dyers of Cape Elizabeth and Hancock County, Maine in my ancestry, I'd be interested in a way to identify those in this collection without having to click on each [icture.

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