Monday, August 25, 2014

George Washington Gerrish and Ancestors

A Great Share from Douglas G Adams author of  The descendants of Captain William Gerrish and Joanna Lowell : the descendants of Captain Walter Price and Elizabeth Gerrish and Journal of Benjamin Gerrish, Salem, Massachusetts, 1703-1713 See Sons & Daughters of the First Settlers of Newbury



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William Gerrish was born 20 August 1617 in Bristol, Somerset, England. His parents were John Gerrish and Anne. He married Joanna Lowell, daughter of Percival Lowle, in 1645 in Newbury, Massachusetts. They had ten children. Elizabeth Gerrish, who married Walter Price (1613/14-1674), was probably William Gerrish's sister. Descendants and relatives lived mainly in Massachusetts and Maine. Includes bibliographical references and index. The second book: Chiefly a transcription of the journal of Benjamin Gerrish for the years 1703-1713. Benjamin was of Salem, Massachusetts. He was the son of William Gerrish of Newbury.

George Washington Gerrish (19 Oct 1775 - 27 Jan 1850). He was born at Dover, Strafford, New Hampshire married Elizabeth Thompson Furbush on 21 Feb 1799 at Lebanon, Maine. He was Captain of the Military Company of Lebanon. George Washington Gerrish is the son of Capt George Gerrish and Mary James.
 
Sarah Hanson Hartford Gerrish (9 Jul 1804 - 26 Nov 1898) daughter of John Brackett Hartford and Keziah Howard.

Sarah Hanson Hartford Gerrish with he son, James Gerrish of Sacramento, CA and his family. James is the brother of Samuel Howard Gerrish.

Sarah Jane Rogers (20 Sep 1835 - 29 Jan 1922), wife of Samuel Howard Gerrish. She is the daughter of Major Thomas Rogers and Sarah Blackman Clapp. 



Daniel Raynes Goodwin (1811-1890), the son of Samuel Goodwin (1764-1855) and Anna Gerrish (1769-18xx). Professor Goodwin was married (1838) to Mary Randall Merrick (1810-1884), the daughter of Samuel and Hannah (Humpage) Merrick. From 1840: Henry Boynton Smith to Daniel Raynes Goodwin

Photo by Wayne Marshall Chase Images of New England The story of Byfield: a New England parish By John Louis Ewell

William Hobbs Goodwin, son of Joseph Gerrish Goodwin and Frances Hobbs Joseph Gerrish Goodwin, son of Samuel Goodwin and Anna Gerrish Col. Joseph Gerrish, son of Col. Timothy Gerrish and Sarah Eliot Col. Timothy Gerrish, son of Judge John Gerrish and Elizabeth Waldron Judge John Gerrish, son of Capt. William Gerrish and Joanna Lowell See Ancestors of RGM

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William Gerrish was born June 24, 1842, son of George Washington Gerrish and Sarah Howard (Hanson) Gerrish and died April 12, 1903. See Gerrish Line Part One 

Benjamin Gerrish Gray aged 85 and his wife Anne Eliza (nee Wiggins) aged 83 on their golden wedding in 1903, standing in front of their house 4 Inverness Gardens, Kensington, London, England. He was a senior Bank Manager, having been a Partner in BCT Gray and Sons from 1856-1858. He was born in Bermuda; she in New Brunswick. They married in St John, New Brunswick on 12 October 1853, and migrated back to England soon afterwards. Both the Gerrish and the Gray families were important First Settler families, the Grays in Boston, MA, the Gerrishes in Salem, MA (and other towns in MA and NH) and later in Nova Scotia. Thus both families can be traced from England to New England and back. Similarly, Thomas Wiggins came from Battersea, England and migrated to New York; 6 generations later Eliza moved back to England.

The sitters are Abigail (Flint) Gerrish wife of Benjamin Gerrish and one of her granddaughters, probably Abigail, daughter of Benjamin and Margaret (Cabot) Gerrish. PEM Photo

Joseph Marriner Gerrish Family, circa 1824

                                 

 

Portrait of Benjamin Gerrish (1717-1772)
See Gerrish Line Part 2 The Granite monthly, a New Hampshire magazine, devoted to literature history, and state progress (1912) Vol 44

Charles Gerrish a retired farmer of St. Charles, is numbered among the honored pioneers of Winona County, having here made his home since 1855. He has witnessed the entire growth and development of this region, and has ever borne his part in the work of progress and development, so that his name is inseparably connected with the history of this section. A native of New Hampshire, Mr. Gerrish was born in Canterbury, Merrimac County, on the 1st of March, 1822. His father, Joseph Gerrish, was also born in that locality, and was the sixth in direct descent from Capt. William Gerrish, founder of the family in America. The Captain was born in Bristol, England, in 1617, braved the dangers of an ocean voyage in 1639, became a resident of Newbury, Mass., and died in 1687. His son, Col. Moses Gerrish, was the father of Col. Joseph Gerrish, and the grandfather of Capt. Stephen Gerrish, who was the great-grandfather of the gentleman whose name heads this record. The grandfather bore the name of Samuel Gerrish.



  • Gerrish family papers
  • Record Data from the Family Bible of Samuel Howard Gerrish and Sarah Jane Rogers
  • Samuel Howard Gerrish, 1834-1912: Excerpts from Autobiograph and Family History
  • The sisters and the cousins and the aunts: ancestral lines of the Foster and Curtis families of Long Island, New York, and New England
  • Richard Bartlett, from Maine to Dixieland
  • The Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbury, Massachusetts: With Some Related Families of Newbury, Haverhill, Ipswich, and Hampton, and of York County, Maine  
  • The descendants of Henry Sewall (1576-1656) of Manchester and Coventry, England, and Newbury and Rowley, Massachusetts: the family in England and the first six generations in North America
  • Notable kin: an anthology of columns first published in the NEHGS nexus, 1986-1995, Volume 2
  • Richard Walderne and some of his descendants
  • The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Volume 53
  • Thomas Gardner, Planter and some of his descendants
  • The Gerrish Family Saunders History  

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