Friday, December 7, 2018

Photo Collection of Ellsworth and Colby Connected Lines

Photo collections are from the Ellsworth, Colby, and connected lines. The last section contains credits, newspapers clips, records, and sources. Please contact me if you have genealogy or photo shares on these lines. Thanks! This is an ongoing project and adds will be made. Surnames: TITUS, SMITH, CURRIER, HALE, PHILBROOK, PAGE, LENNON, WATSON, BETTS, LIVINGSTON, WATTS, GRIFFTH, BUSWELL, POULSON, PEARSON, ROSS, VERY, FISKE, HEARD, PEATFIELD, DAVIS, TREADWELL, MEADER, DOLE, HASTINGS, PALMER, LORD, TITCOMB, NOYES, McELLIOT, HEARD, KITCHEN/KITCHING, HASKELL, TAYLOR, TODD, PALMER, HOUGHTON, COOK, LEWIS, HOMANS, BOOTH, LANE, ROLEY, JEWETT, BELL, KING & others.


Ellsworth House Ipswich Massachusetts


John Noyes Ellsworth, Sr. (1810-1902) son of William Ellsworth JR (1778-1856) and Ester Stanwood Noyes (1779-1860) of Salem, Massachusetts.


Benjamin Noyes Ellsworth (1813-1902) son of William Ellsworth JR (1778-1856) and Ester Stanwood Noyes (1779-1860) born in Salem, Massachusetts. Married Laura Ann Titus (1810-1884) daughter of John Bigelow Titus (1780-1868) and Sarah "Sally" Boyton (1784-1871) of Lyman, New Hampshire. Captain and Light House Keeper of Ipswich, Massachusetts.


Laura Ann Titus (1810-1867) daughter of John Bigelow Titus (1780-1868) and Sarah "Sally" Boyton (1784-1871) of Lyman, New Hampshire. Wife of Benjamin Noyes Ellsworth (1813-1902). Laura was first married to brother of  Benjamin, Timothy Jewett Ellsworth (1805-1834) of Salem, Massachusetts.


Mary Louis Ellsworth (1853-1939) daughter of Benjamin Noyes Ellsworth (1812-1902) and Laura Ann Titus (1810-1884) born in Ipswich, Massachusetts. Married Issac H Hougton  (1846-1926) son of Isaac Houghton (1809-1860) and Sarah Hastings (1817-1893) Genealogy from Massachusetts Marriage Records and Houghton Genealogy Albion College 
Mary's obit notes death December 16 1939 in Rockland, Illinois. She was living at the Van Hecke nursing home 815 Seventeenth Street Rockland. Her husband Isaac was listed as a plow manufacturer in a 1900 Illinois census.


William Merrill Ellsworth (1845-1897) son of Benjamin Noyes Ellsworth (1812-1902) and Laura Ann Titus (1810-1884) of Ipswich, Massachusetts. He married Jennie Lord (1846-1938). Enlisted on 4/28/1864 at Lawrence, Massachusetts as a Private. On May 10, 1864 he mustered into "8th" Co. Unattached Infantry. He was Mustered Out on August 11, 1864. On December 31, 1864 he mustered into "D" Co. MA 1st Battalion Cavalry. He was mustered out on June 30, 1865. He was a member of GAR Post # 128 (General James Appleton) in Ipswich, Massachusetts. His obit is in a scrapbook made by great-grandmother Lucy Ellsworth Peatfield (currently in the possession of Laurie Short Jarvis) and notes he died of malarial fever and other complications. 

William Merrill Ellsworth (1845-1897) son of Benjamin Noyes Ellsworth (1812-1902) and Laura Ann Titus (1810-1884) of Ipswich, Massachusetts. He married Jennie Lord (1846-1938)  The couple lived on Summer Street in Ipswich, Massachusetts. He was a machinist and worked for the post office in Boston, Massachusetts. 
Alfred Hartwell Ellsworth (1868-1932) son of Thomas Foulds Ellsworth (1840-1911) and Harriet Taylor Colby (1841-1933) In 1900 census Alfred is boarding at 13 Rutland Street Providence Rhode Island listed as a silversmith. In a 1908 voter registration he is listed as a silversmith living on Highland Ave in Alameda, California. In 1930 census he living at 62 Pepper Street Pasadena, Los Angeles, California died in Pasadena, California  


Alfred Hartwell Ellsworth (1868-1932) son of Thomas Foulds Ellsworth (1840-1911) and Harriet Taylor Colby (1841-1933)
Mark of from American silversmiths
Alfred H. Ellsworth (1925-1929)
Pasadena, CA



Harriet Taylor Colby (1841-1933) daughter of daughter of George Curwin Ward Colby and Harriet Kitchen/Kitching. Married Thomas Foulds Ellsworth (1840-1911)


Harriet Taylor Colby Ellsworth (1841-1933) and her son Elmer Foulds Ellsworth (1862-1915)

Benjamin Noyes Ellsworth (1813-1902) son of William Ellsworth JR (1778-1856) and Ester Stanwood Noyes (1779-1860) born in Salem, Massachusetts. Captain and Light House Keeper of Ipswich, Massachusetts


Maude Taylor Colby (1884-1950) daughter of Charles Henry Colby (1845-1931) and Sarissa Currier (1844-1918) born in Newburyport, Massachusetts Married Dr. Joseph Palmer Watts (1883-1915) son of Lawrence Herbert Watts (1853-1925) and Sarah Carr Palmer (1855-1920) in 1907 Wakefield, Massachusetts. Joseph Watts was from Chelsea, Massachusetts living on 68 Eleanor Street with parents in a 1900 census. Maud is listed in 1906 Salem, Massachusetts Directory as a nurse working at Salem Hospital. 1939 City directory living at 1 Newbury Street in
Lowell, Massachusetts. Maude remarried George T Lennon born in Ireland and was living with him in Salem, Massachusetts. He was listed as a Health Inspector agent. Maude's obit noted her death was July 24, 1950 Melrose, Massachusetts. She is in a 1940 census living at 10 Lafayette Street Salem, Massachusetts age 56 and a widow.


Ellsworth home in Peabody, Massachusetts Lowell Street
Anna Hale Colby (1877-1977) daughter of Charles Henry Colby (1845-1931) and Sarissa Currier (1844-1918) Newburyport, Massachusetts. Never Married.  
 

House of Charles Currier, sail-maker and home of Sarissa Currier as child 23-25 Lime Street Newburyport, Massachusetts recorded by Historic Commission  Charles Currier owned a sail loft at Cushing's Wharf between 1850 and 1868. After his death, his son, Charles O Currier continued to make sails in the building until 1884.


Mary Louisa Ellsworth (1853-1939) daughter of Benjamin Noyes Ellsworth (1812-1902) and Laura Ann Titus (1810-884) born in Ipswich, Massachusetts. Married Issac H Hougton  (1846-1926) son of Isaac Houghton (1809-1860) and Sarah Hastings (1817-1893) on 17 Sep 1902 Genealogy from Massachusetts Marriage Records--Houghton Genealogy Albion College Mary's obit notes death December 16 1939 in Rockland, Illinois. She was living at the Van Hecke nursing home 815 Seventeenth Street Rockland. Her husband Isaac was listed as a plow manufacturer in a 1900 Illinois census.

 
Labeled Grandmother Ellsworth and probably Harriet Taylor Colby Ellsworth
Isaac Newton Colby (1838-1910) son George Curwen Ward Colby (1801-1889) and Hannah Kitching (1812-1883) born in Newburyport, Massachusetts. Married Mary Amelia Haskell (1840-1921) daughter of Caleb Haskell (1786-1857) and Fanny Matilda Betts (1788-1869) of Newburyport, Massachusetts.


The "Elizabeth Cushing" of Newburyport Master Captain Isaac N Colby 1892


Genealogy, Photos, and History in "William Johnson Colby - A Remarkable Man Remembered" by Captain Mark Colby read review "Book chronicles a remarkable seafaring life"

William Johnson Colby (1877-1951) son of Isaac Newton Colby (1838-1910) and Mary "Molly"Amelia Haskell (1840-1921) Married Margaret L. King on 14 June 1911.
She was the daughter of John Harrington King and Lavina Jane Montgomery. John was a coastal sailor in Maine and drowned on the St. Croix River leaving Jane to raise and care for their six children. They were married on 13 June 1880. Margaret was born in Calais, Maine on 15 January 1888 and died on 05 October 1965.


William Johnson Colby (1877-1951) son of Isaac Newton Colby (1838-1910) and Mary "Molly"Amelia Haskell (1840-1921) married to Margaret L. King on 14 June 1911.


Mary "Molly"Amelia Haskell (1840-1921) daughter of Caleb Haskell (1786-1857) and Fanny Matilda Betts (1788-1869) of Newburyport, Massachusetts. Married Isaac Newton Colby.
Capt. Isaac N. Colby with Mary Amelia Haskell Colby (dressed in white)


George Henry Griffith (1858-1913) son of Henry Pearson Griffith (1838-1862) and Mary Elizabeth Colby (1833-1914) of Newburyport, Massachusetts. His father Henry served in the 35th Regiment Company A and 9th Army Corps, Army of the Potomac. Battles of South Mountain, Md., Sept. 14th, Antietam, Sept. 17th, 1862. Died Nov. 13th, 1862, of fever in hospital at Weverton, Md., bur. at Antietam National Cemetery, Lot B, Sec. 17, Grave No. 107. George married Maud Buswell (1863-1948) daughter of John Wesley Buswell (1840-1919) and Isabell "Bell" (1840-1911). In a 1900 census George is listed as 41 years old and occupation of barber living at 227 Kent Street Haverhill, Massachusetts with wife and children William and Belle. 


Harriet Elizabeth Griffith (1859-) daughter of
Henry Pearson Griffith (1838-1862) and Mary Elizabeth Colby (1832-1914) of Newburyport, Massachusetts. Never married. In 1880 census living with her mother, brothers William Newton Griffith & George Henry Griffith, grandparents George Curwen Ward Colby and Harriet Kitching Colby and cousin Hannah Colby on 62 Middle Street in Newburyport, Massachusetts.


George Curwen Ward Colby (1801-1889) son of Isaac Colby (778-1821) and Hannah Taylor (1782-1863) born in Sanborton, New Hampshire. Married to Dorothy Philbrook (1800-1831) daughter of Simeon Philbrook and Mary Page.  Married 2nd, Harriet Kitcing/Kitchen (1812-1883) daughter of William Kitching/Kitchen and Mary Todd (1789-1969). Lived in Newburyport, Massachusetts noted occupation in census Teamster and Farme. In a 1865 census there are Colbys, Philbrooks, and Kitchings living in the home. Mary Todd Kitching, Harriet's mother is 70 years old,


ID Harriet Kitchen


William Kitching husband of Mary Todd (1789-1869) daughter of William Todd (1756-1806) and Hannah Titcomb (1759-1838). Father of Harriet Kitching who married George W C Colby. Also had a son William Henry Kitching (1810-1870) married Catherine Dole (1808) 


Charles Austin Ellsworth (1851-1942) born in Ipswich, Massachusetts son of Benjamin Noyes Ellsworth (1812-1902) and Laura Ann Titus (1810-884). He married Sarah Elizabeth "Lizzie" Meader (1851-1937) daughter of Henry Meader (1824-1885) and Abigail Very (1825-1885). All family is listed in a 1880 census living at 78 Franklin Street Haverhill, Massachusetts. In a 1910 Census Charles and Lizzie are in Medford, Massachusetts living on 7 Cradick Ave. Charles is a station agent for the railroad. In a 1920 census they are living on Water Street in Essex, Massachusetts.  Henry Meader was a stonemason. He and wife Abigail are in 1850 census living with her father Samuel Very in Danvers, Massachusetts.



Labeled Elizabeth Ellsworth
Thomas Foulds Ellsworth (1840-1911) born in Ipswich, Massachusetts son of Benjamin Noyes Ellsworth (1812-1902) and Laura Ann Titus (1810-884). Married Harriet Taylor Colby (1841-1933) daughter of George Curwin Ward Colby and Harriet Kitchen/Kitching. Read about Medal of Honor Exhibit The Thomas Foulds Ellsworth Collection at the Pasadena Museum of History




Thomas Foulds Ellsworth (1840-1911) born in Ipswich, Massachusetts son of Benjamin Noyes Ellsworth (1812-1902) and Laura Ann Titus (1810-884). Married Harriet Taylor Colby (1841-1933) daughter of George Curwin Ward Colby and Harriet Kitchen/Kitching.


Harriet Taylor Colby (1841-1933) daughter of George Curwin Ward Colby and Harriet Kitchen/Kitching. Married Thomas Foulds Ellsworth (1840-1911)


Labeled Milly Colby George's daughter


This photo was not labeled, but probably Sussan Treadwell Ellsworth and sister Mary Louis Ellsworth 


Susan Treadwell Ellsworth (1848-1949) daughter of Benjamin Noyes Ellsworth (1812-1902) and Laura Ann Titus (1810-884) born in Ipswich, Massachusetts. She lived to be 102 known as the "Guardian Angel" by all the sailors who were rescued when her father was light house keeper of Ipswich, Massachusetts. 


Benjamin Forrest Ellsworth (1898-1894) son of William Merrill Ellsworth (1845-1897) and Jennie Lord (1846-1938) Ipswich, Massachusetts. 


Elizabeth Kimball (1785-1871) Married Ebenezer Lord (1765-1871) Ipswich, Massachusetts grandmother of Elizabeth Ann Lord (1850-1934) of daughter Ebenezer Lord (1811-1861) and Hannah Staniford Ross (1823-1828). Elizabeth Lord married to Wilbur Fiske Ellsworth (1843-1898)




Elizabeth Ann Lord (1850-1934) of daughter Ebenezer Lord (1811-1861) and Hannah Staniford Ross (1823-1828) of Ipswich, Massachusetts. Married Wilbur Fiske Ellsworth (1843-1898)


Lucy Mary Ellsworth (1877-1932) daughter of Wilbur Fiske Ellsworth (1843-1898) and Elizabeth Ann Lord (1850-1934) of Ipswich, Massachusetts. Married Augustine Heard Peatfield JR (1878-1965) son of Augustine Heard Peatfield (1859-1937)


Augustine Heard Peatfield JR (1878-1965) son of Augustine Heard Peatfield (1859-1937) and Listed in 1918 census in Georgetown, Massachusetts He was a conductor.


Augustine Heard Peatfield JR (1878-1965) son of Augustine Heard Peatfield (1859-1937) and Josephine E Poulson (1863-1924) Listed in 1918 census in Georgetown, Massachusetts He was a conductor.

Peatfield Homestead, Thurlow St, Georgetown, MA

R-L: Elliott Lincoln Peatfield, Mildred Poulson Peatfield, Lawrence Benjamin Peatfield.
Lawrence Benjamin Peatfield (1896-1926) son of son of Joseph Peatfield (1817-1897) and Caroline Heard (1821-1894) Ipswich, Massachusetts. Married Stella Sophis Bampton (1896-1982) 
Augustine Heard Peatfield (1859-1937) son of Joseph Peatfield (1817-1897) and Caroline Heard (1821-1894) of Ipswich, Massachusetts. Married Josephine Poulson (1863-1924)
Lucy Mary Ellsworth (1877-1932) daughter of Wilbur Fiske Ellsworth (1843-1898) and Elizabeth Ann Lord (1850-1934) of Ipswich, Massachusetts. Married Augustine Heard Peatfield JR (1878-1965) son of Augustine Heard Peatfield (1859-1937)
Ipswich, Dec. 13, 1898 ~ A more deeply afflicted household than that of Wilbur F Ellsowrth would be difficult to find.  The illness of several of its members was reported last week. In two cases, that of Mr Ellsworth and that of Mrs Sarah Lord Cook, the illness has resulted fatally.  Mr Ellsworth died at 2o'clock on Monday morning, the end coming almost instantly, and when the watchers beside his bed thought the worst was over.  He simply stopped breathing.  Like all the others he was a sufferer of pneumonia.  Mrs [Elizabeth Lord] Ellsworth lies weak and illof the same disease, not knowing of her husband's illness and death.   Mrs. Cook's death preceded her brother-in-law's by 12 hours and took place at 2 o'clock on Sunday afternoon.  She came from her home in Wenham to assist her sister, Mrs Ellsworth, in the care of the son who died two weeks ago tomorrow.  She was not feeling well at the time and was soon obliged to give up helping and her sister and go to her brother's next door where she died.  Before her marriage with Mr Cook of Wenahm, she was Miss Sarah Bickford Lord.  She leaves a husband and eight children, six of whom are very young.  She was born in Ipswich 45 years ago and was the daughter of Mr and Mrs Eban Lord.  Of her early family two sisters and two brothers are still living.  They are Mrs Fred O Hart, and Mrs Ellsworth (now lying almost at death's door) Thomas R Lord and Eben Lord.  Mrs. Cook's funeral will be held from her home in Wenham on Wednesday.  Wilbur Fiske Ellsworth was born in Ipswich March 30, 1843, and has spent his whole life here, living quietly and simply in the fear of God and in love and charity with all mankind.  He was the fourth son of the venerable Benjamin N Ellsworth to whom he was extremely devoted.  Of a quiet home loving nature, he was seldom tempted to take part in any outside affairs,.  for several years he was a faithful member of the fire department, and at the time of his death, belonged to the Veteran's Fire Association. He was an excetioanlly kind husband and neighbor and ready always to do a favor, no matter how unpleasant or disagreeable the doing may have been.  He leaves a wife and six children, two girls and four boys, three of the latter being under 10 years of age.  He is the second son that Capt Benjamin Ellsworth has buried within the past twenty months.  Two sisters and five brothers  are left of the once large family; Miss Susan T Ellsworth who resides with her father at the lighthouse; MissMary Ellsowrth of Wellington, John Elssowrth of Salem, Capt. Thomas Ellsworth of Peabody, Jason Ellsworth assistant light keeper; and Charles Ellsworth of Wellington. 
Funeral services will be held on Wednesday afternoon from the house of Mrs Augustine H Peatfield (Mr Ellsworth's daughter) on Summer Street.  Mrs Ellsworth has not been informed of her husband's or sister's death.


Josephine E Poulson (1863-1924) daughter of Louis Poulson (1817-1880) and Hannah McElliot (1833-1905) Lived in Salem, Massachusetts. Father Lewis born in Sweden. Mother Hannah born in Ireland

Edith Titus Ellsworth (1882-1941) daughter of Wilbur Fiske Ellsworth (1843-1898) and Elizabeth Ann Lord (1850-1934) Ipswich, Massachusetts
Horace Ellsworth (1880-1965) son of Wilbur Fiske Ellsworth (1843-1898) and Elizabeth Ann Lord (1850-1934) Ipswich, Massachusetts. Horace died in Farmington, New Hampshire The photo is dated 1962. Horace holding his grandson, William. 
Horace and Carl lived with their elderly Aunt Susan Treadwell. It is on Linebrook Road near the Lord/Ellsworth Farm which was once on the corner of Linebrook Road and Pineswamp Road in Ipswich, Massachusetts


Charlotte "Lottie" Colby Ellsworth (1865-1937) daughter of Benjamin Franklin Ellsworth (1837-1904) and Ann Maria Davis (1840-1881) of Ipswich, Massachusetts. She married Henry B Homans (1860-1935) son of William Albert Homans and Elizabeth Ann Booth (1832-1898) Notes on this line: Elizabeth Booth daughter of William Isaac Booth and Mary Ann Lane. According to family genealogy record compiled by Ben Williams in 2017, Elizabeth Booth was born in 
Guilford County, North Carolina Died 2 March 1898 age 68 years old Gloucester, Essex, Massachusetts, United States 1st Married circa 1848 Iowa Nathan Steadman [1828-1858] 2nd Married 18 August 1859 Campo Saco, Calaveras, California William Albert Homans. Elizabeth was a widow with three young children when she married William Albert Homans a native of Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts. He was a seaman who was married and had two children he left behind in Massachusetts when he came to the Gold Fields of California. Evidently he did not divorce his first wife who continued to live in Massachusetts. He was probably a bigamist. They were married 18 Aug 1859 in Calaveras County, California, located in the heart of the California Gold Country. Mark Twain set his story, "The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County" in this county. In August 1859, when Elizabeth and William married the town was almost completely destroyed by fire. It was described by a reporter the following year: “The population of Campo Seco in the summer of 1860 is about 300. In 1862 gold was still being placered on 15 or 20 claims, but the future of the town was not gold, but copper. That year the town boasted a hotel, a restaurant, four stores, two saloons, a brewery, blacksmith shop, livery stable, post office, Wells Fargo office, and two churches; Catholic and Methodist. By 1867 however, the boom was over, occasioned by a glut in the copper market and the cessation of the Civil War and its demand for copper for shell casings. The 1880 census shows that Elizabeth Booth Homan was in California with her daughter Elizabeth A Homan while her husband was in Massachusetts with the remainder of the Homans children. She listed her marital status as a widow while William listed his status as married. She eventually moved back to Gloucester, Massachusetts to be near her children. One of her daughters, Nannie Homans went off to Paris, Francis in 1893 to study art and became a prominent portrait artist. Her Steadman children all remained in California.

Thomas Foulds Ellsworth was born in Ipswich, MA November 12, 1840. He was the son of Benjamin Noyes Ellsworth (1812-1902) and Laura Ann Titus (1810-884). Married Harriet Taylor Colby (1841-1933) daughter of George Curwin Ward Colby and Harriet Kitchen/Kitching.


Labelled Charles Henry Colby


Captain Charles Henry Colby (1845-1931) son of George Curwen Ward Colby (1801-1889) and Harriet Kitching/Kitchen (1812-1883) married Sarissa Currier (1844-1918) daughter of Charles Currier (1800-1868) and Ann Hale (1802-1882) Newburyport, Massachusett. Lived at 145 Marlboro Street occupation Sea Captain in Newburyport in 1900 census.


Thomas Foulds Ellsworth and Harriet "Hattie" Taylor Colby Ellsworth and son Elmer Ellsworth at home on Orange Grove Avenue, Pasadena California


Elmer Ellsworth (1862-1915) son of Thomas Foulds Ellsworth (1840-1911) and Harriet Taylor Colby (1841-1933) died in
in Pasadena, California.
Hannah Taylor Colby (1844) daughter of George Curwen Ward Colby (1801-1889) and Harriet Kitching (1812-1883) Married William J Roiley (1845-1912) son of William Roiley and Anna Watson (Husband William was listed in 1882 city directory on Main Street Newburyport, Massachusetts as a blacksmith and in 1910 census living in Kingston, New Hampshire on Newton Jenniton Road with his own farm and blacksmith shop. Hannah appears in 1930 census in 26 Railroad Ave Newton, New Hampshire living with son George Roiley and a William Kimball.


George William Roiley (1882-1954) son of William Roiley (1845-1912) and Hannah Taylor Colby (1844) In his 1918 draft registration George is listed with a PO Box 38 Newton Junction, New Hampshire owning a Repair Shop.


Labelled Charles Henry Colby



Maude Colby


Gertrude Colby


Thomas Foulds Ellsworth (1840-1911) born in Ipswich, Massachusetts son of Benjamin Noyes Ellsworth (1812-1902) and Laura Ann Titus (1810-884). Married Harriet Taylor Colby (1841-1933) daughter of George Curwin Ward Colby and Harriet Kitchen/Kitching.

 


Thomas Foulds Ellsworth (1840-1911) born in Ipswich, Massachusetts son of Benjamin Noyes Ellsworth (1812-1902) and Laura Ann Titus (1810-884). Married Harriet Taylor Colby (1841-1933) daughter of George Curwin Ward Colby and Harriet Kitchen/Kitching.
ELLSWORTH NO ID


NO ID Baby Colby






Probably Harriet Kitching Colby






Charles W Colby
Benjamin Noyes Ellsworth (1813-1902) son of William Ellsworth JR (1778-1856) and Ester Stanwood Noyes (1779-1860) born in Salem, Massachusetts. Married Laura Ann Titus (1810-1884) daughter of John Bigelow Titus (1780-1868) and Sarah "Sally" Boyton (1784-1871) of Lyman, New Hampshire. Captain and Light House Keeper of Ipswich, Massachusetts.


Benjamin Noyes Ellsworth (1813-1902) with his children Ipswich, Massachusetts


Benjamin Noyes Ellsworth (1813-1902)





Hayes Tavern Ipswich, Massachusetts originally built by the Peatfield brothers 


6 Hovey Street in Ipswich, Massachusetts was built in 1870 by Benjamin Ellsworth
Susan Treadwell Ellsworth (1848-1949) daughter of Benjamin Noyes Ellsworth (1812-1902) and Laura Ann Titus (1810-884) born in Ipswich, Massachusetts. She lived to be 102 known as the "Guardian Angel" by all the sailors who were rescued when her father was light house keeper of Ipswich, Massachusetts. 






















Two Captain Colby's from an old newspaper clip on Newburyport Maritime Society Reunion 1905 Isaac N Colby and Charles H Colby








Herbert Lee Ellsworth (1866-1963) obit A mistake on age he was 96 years old, not 76 from Pasadena Independent April 2 1963. He died on March 31, 1963 






Captain Charles Henry Colby Wakefield, Massachusetts
Obit Captain Isaac N Colby 1910
Death of Anne Davis Ellsworth Ipswich MA 1881

1911 Wedding COLBY-KING


Many thanks to Patti Clasen donor of several photos and one album is at Newbury Museum, Mark Colby, Ronald Colby of Colby Clan Association, Laurie Short Jarvis, Judith S Loukides, Macy-Colby House, and Ipswich Historical Society, and 
More on Families
Thomas Ellsworth https://ancestoryarchives.blogspot.com/2015/06/the-thomas-foulds-ellsworth-collection.html

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