Section WA: Descendants of _____ Huntley

David Thaler
18043 NE 132nd St, Redmond WA 98052
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Report generated by MagiCensus Deluxe v5.1.0 on 29 June 2017
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Generation One

1. _____ HUNTLEY was born between 1570 and 1616, and died between 1629 and 1726.
Child:
+2i.JOHN2 HUNTLEY of Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts, United States, b. about 1628; d. on 16 Nov. 1676[17] in Lyme, New London Co., Connecticut, United States[17]; m. (1) about 1651 in Boston JANE CURTIS of Boston, b. about 1625, d. in Lyme before 1669; m. (2) on 3 June 1669[57] in New London Co.[57] MARY BARNES.


Generation Two

2. JOHN2 HUNTLEY (_____1) of Boston, son of (1) _____ HUNTLEY, was born about 1628, and died on 16 Nov. 1676[17] in Lyme[17]. He married (1st) in Boston, about 1651, JANE CURTIS of Boston, who was born about 1625, and died before 1669 in Lyme. He married (2nd) in New London Co.[57], on 3 June 1669[57], MARY BARNES. [27, 48, 58, 8, 17]
Joseph Smith the Prophet descends from Aaron Huntley through the Mack line.
Children of: John2 HUNTLEY and Jane CURTIS:
3i.ELIZABETH3 HUNTLEY, b. about 1657 in Suffolk Co.; m. JOHN LEWIS, b. about 1655, d. on 27 Oct. 1988.
4ii.MARY HUNTLEY, bp. in 1660 in Boston.
+5iii.MOSES HUNTLEY SR., b. on 1 July 1652[9, 36, 54] in Boston[9, 36, 54]; d. between 1729 and 1739[13] in Lyme[13]; m. on 18 Jan. 1680/1[29, 37, 9, 54] in Lyme[29, 37, 9, 54] (JT-5) ABIGAIL CHAPPELL, b. in Wethersfield, Hartford Co., Connecticut[9, 54] on 1 Sept. 1644[9, 54], d. in New London, New London Co.[58] in 1686[58], daughter of (JT-2) George and Christian (_____) CHAPPELL.
+6iv.AARON HUNTLEY, b. on 15 April 1654[37, 18] in Boston[37, 18]; d. on 24 May 1741[37, 18] in Lyme[37, 18]; m. on 22 Feb. 1676[37] in Lyme MARY CHAMPION, b. in Saybrook, Old Saybrook, Middlesex Co., Connecticut in 1651, d. in Lyme on 10 Dec. 1732.
7v.ELIZABETH HUNTLEY, bp. on 27 Oct. 1657 in 1Stch. Rox, Roxbury, Suffolk Co.; d. on 26 Dec. 1741 in Groton, New London Co.; m. on 28 May 1677 JOHN LEWIS, b. about 1655, d. on 27 Oct. 1988.
This individual has the following other parents in the Ancestral File:
John /HUNTLEY/ (AFN:8MND-Z9) and Jane // (AFN:9L0J-5L)


Generation Three

5. MOSES3 HUNTLEY SR. (John2, _____1), son of (2) John2 and Jane (CURTIS) HUNTLEY, was born on 1 July 1652[9, 36, 54] in Boston[9, 36, 54], and died between 1729 and 1739[13] in Lyme[13]. He married in Lyme[29, 37, 9, 54], on 18 Jan. 1680/1[29, 37, 9, 54], (JT-5) ABIGAIL CHAPPELL, daughter of (JT-2) George and Christian (_____) CHAPPELL, who was born on 1 Sept. 1644[9, 54] in Wethersfield[9, 54], and died in 1686[58] in New London[58]. [36, 28, 9, 10, 54, 11, 13]
"Moses Huntley, was baptized in the First Church of Roxbury, Mass. 27 October, 1657 by John Eliot, Pastor. With his brother Aaron and others from Lyme, Conn. took part in King Phillips War in 1675 and was awarded "a soldier's right", Lot #30 in the unsettled "Volunteer's Town" now Voluntown, Conn."[10]
"Moses Huntley , with his brother, Aaron and others from Lymetook part in King Philip's War in 1675 and was awarded "a soldier's right", Lot #30 in the unsettled "volunteer's town" now Voluntown, Conn. Moses sold this lot to Nicholas Hallam of New London, Conn. 20 Sep 1709. [Voluntown, Conn. 1:13] Moses was born on 1 Jul 1652 at Boston, Mass. He married Abigail Chappell, daughter of George Chappell, on 18 Jan 1680 at Lyme,Conn. He died in 1729 at Lyme, Conn."[12]
Children:
+8i.MOSES4 HUNTLEY, b. on 31 May 1681[38, 55, 52] in Lyme[38, 55, 52]; d. before 29 Oct. 1757[9, 12] in East Haddam, Middlesex Co.[9, 12]; m. on 21 Jan. 1706/7[39, 31, 55, 52] in Lyme[39, 31, 55, 52] (UF-12) RACHEL HARRIS, b. in Block Island, Newport Co., Rhode Island, United States[10, 11] about 1684[10, 11], d. in Lyme[11] before March 1737[11], daughter of (UF-5) William Sr. and (WL-4) Elizabeth (INNES).
9ii.MARY HUNTLEY, b. on 26 Dec. 1683[9, 55] in Lyme[9, 55]; m. on 2 Jan. 1705/6[9] in Lyme[9] JOHN BENNETT, b. about 1681, d. on 27 Oct. 1988.
10iii.JOHN HUNTLEY, b. on 9 Sept. 1686[9, 26, 55] in Lyme[9, 26, 55]; m. before 13 Oct. 1709[9] in Lyme[9] SUSANNA DEWOLF, b. in Lyme[9] about 1668[9].
John Huntley, lived near Four Mile River in Lyme, presumably on the 44 acres which his father, Aaron deeded to him, 22 Feb. 1702/03 consisting of both upland and meadow lying on both sides of the river, adjacent to the commons and Henry Champions land. John's Will, was exhibited in the New London Probate Court 10 April, 1750. [10]
6. AARON3 HUNTLEY (John2, _____1), son of (2) John2 and Jane (CURTIS) HUNTLEY, was born on 15 April 1654[37, 18] in Boston[37, 18], was christened on 27 Oct. 1657[18] in Roxbury[18], and died on 24 May 1741[37, 18] in Lyme[37, 18]. He married in Lyme, on 22 Feb. 1676[37], MARY CHAMPION, who was born in 1651 in Saybrook, was christened on 27 Oct. 1988, and died on 10 Dec. 1732 in Lyme. [18, 37]
This individual has the following other parents in the Ancestral File:
Henry /CHAMPION/ (AFN:8DW3-1G) and Sarah // (AFN:9L0J-BG)
Children:
11i.JOHN4 HUNTLEY, b. on 24 Nov. 1677[19] in Lyme[19].
12ii.ELIZABETH HUNTLEY, b. on 16 March 1679[19] in Lyme[19].
+13iii.AARON HUNTLEY, b. on 1 Dec. 1680[41, 20] in Lyme[41, 20]; d. on 26 Sept. 1748[41, 20] in Lyme[41, 20]; m. on 27 July 1707[41, 20] in Lyme[41, 20] (NX-2) DEBORAH DEWOLFE, b. in 1690[41, 20], daughter of (NX-1) Stephen and Hannah (_____) DEWOLFE.
14iv.DANIELL HUNTLEY, b. on 25 May 1682[19] in Lyme[19].
15v.MARAH HUNTLEY, b. on 14 Feb. 1685[19] in Lyme[19].
16vi.JANE HUNTLEY, b. on 10 Sept. 1686[19] in Lyme[19].
17vii.DAVID HUNTLEY, b. on 17 March 1687/8[19] in Lyme[19].
18viii.SOLLMON HUNTLEY, b. on 31 May 1691[19] in Lyme[19]; d. on 9 Aug. 1712[19].


Generation Four

8. MOSES4 HUNTLEY (Moses3, John2, _____1), son of (5) Moses3 Sr. and (JT-5) Abigail (CHAPPELL) (COMSTOCK), was born on 31 May 1681[38, 55, 52] in Lyme[38, 55, 52], and died before 29 Oct. 1757[9, 12] in East Haddam[9, 12]. He married in Lyme[39, 31, 55, 52], on 21 Jan. 1706/7[39, 31, 55, 52], (UF-12) RACHEL HARRIS, daughter of (UF-5) William Sr. and (WL-4) Elizabeth (INNES), who was born about 1684[10, 11] in Block Island[10, 11], and died before March 1737[11] in Lyme[11]. [38, 30, 9, 10, 55, 52, 12]
"Moses was a farmer in Lyme. Earmearks for cattle were very necessary for the Colonial farmer; those recorded in Lyme seem to be unusually complete. "Moses Huntley marke is a halfe crope on the under side of near ear & halfe pene on the under side of each ear-2 Jan. 1685." Moses Huntley Jr. marketh with his father's mark by his consent."At a town meeting held a Lyme Conn. 17 Jan 1714 Moses Huntley Jr. was admitted as an inhabitant."[10]
Children:
19i.ABIGAIL5 HUNTLEY, b. on 22 Aug. 1708[32] in Lyme[32]; m. (1) on 11 April 1728[32] in East Haddam[32] NATHANIEL BECKWITH, b. in East Haddam[9, 32] on 6 Jan. 1706/7[9, 32], d. in East Haddam[9, 32] on 13 March 1793[9, 32]; m. (2) on 11 April 1728 in East Haddam NATHANIEL BECKWITH 3RD, b. about 1706, d. on 27 Oct. 1988.
20ii.MOSES HUNTLEY, b. between 1700 and 1720[9] in Lyme[9]; d. on 19 Aug. 1760[9, 11] in Fort Edward, Washington Co, New York, United States[9, 11]; m. MARY SAWYER, d. in Lyme[11] after 14 Nov. 1694[11].
21iii.WILLIAM HUNTLEY, b. on 24 June 1712[9, 32] in Lyme[9, 32]; d. on 24 June 1759[34]; m. MARTHA SAWYER, b. in Lyme[9] on 7 May 1711[9].
+22iv.BENEGAR HUNTLEY, b. in 1720[10] in Lyme[10]; d. before 13 June 1775[11] in Lyme[43, 34]; m. in 1740[34, 43, 9] in Southold, Suffolk Co., New York[34, 43, 9] ESTHER HOWELL, b. in Southold, Suffolk Co., New York[11] about 1725[11], d. in Lyme[11] after 1776[11].
23v.JERUSHA HUNTLEY, b. about 1723[11] in Lyme[11]; d. on 27 Oct. 1988; m. on 10 Feb. 1746/7[11] in East Haddam[11] ANTIPAS TISDALE, b. about 1718, d. on 27 Oct. 1988.
24vi.JABEZ HUNTLEY SR., b. on 21 Sept. 1721[9, 32] in Lyme[9, 32]; d. in 1810[10, 15] at son Jabez Jr.'s home, Machias or E Machias, Washington Co., Maine, United States[10, 15]; m. on 27 March 1746[9] in Lyme[9] PATIENCE VAUGHN, b. on 21 Dec. 1722[9], d. on 25 Oct. 1988[11].
"Much has been written about Jabez Huntley Sr., while still living in Lyme, Conn. Jabez saw service, as a 2nd Lieutenant in the French Indian Wars in the Campaign of 1757 in Capt. Adonijah Fitch's 2nd Company, Col. Phineas Lyman's Regiment. Jabez along with his brothers William and Moses also served in the Campaign of 1758 in Capt. Timothy Mather's 11th Co. 3rd. Conn. Regt. from14 April to 18 November. In 1759 he served in Capt. Zebulon Butler's 9th Co., Col. Eleazer Fitch's 4th Conn. Regt. After the French Indian Wars, Jabez was given part ownership, of the town of Horton in King's County Nova Scotia, as the French had been evicted from there. Jabez stayed there for several years, but decided that the ground was no good for growing crop's as the uplands had "no stones in it", and moved to Maine, with most of his family following him. During the Revolution, Jabez Sr. served as a Sgt. in Capt.Stephen Smith's Co. from 14 Sept. to 13 Dec., 1775 at Machias, Maine for defence of the seacoast. He also served as a Private along with his sons Rufus and Jabez Jr. in Captain Joseph Seaveys Company, Col. Benjamin Foster's Regiment from Dec. 5th to Dec. 25th 1778, during this period Jabez Jr. and Rufus were captured by the British, at one time they tried to escape from a British Ship on a raft, but were again captured, Jabez managed to escape again by jumping overboard and swimming to shore. Rufus was later released in Rhode Island on March 17th 1778 and later served on the Massachusetts Sloop, Winthrop, commanded by Capt. George Little. Jabez's son Warren also served in the Revolution as a seaman, on board the Frigate Boston, under Captain Samuel Tucker. Jabez Sr. also served in 1777 in Machias for a 1 pound bounty, under Col. John Allen. Another story exists that Jabez Sr. was at the "Battle of Bunker Hill" where General Joseph Warren died in his arms. This has never proven to be true, however many descendants in this line of Huntley's had the name Warren as a first or middle name. Jabez died at his son Jabez Jr.s home in 1810, at the age of 93. Jabez and Patience Vaughan were married March 27, 1746 by the Reverend George Beckwith. From the book "The History of Kings County" by A.W.H. Eaton, published originally by Salem Press in 1910, later by Mika Studio, Canada, 1972 comes the following "Horton Grantees", first effective grant of 65,750 acres, given May 29 1761, registered June 13, 1761. Committee of and for the grantees:William Welch, Lebbeus Harris, Samuel Reid. Each full share consisted of 500 acres. The names are as spelled in the original grants: Huntley Jabesh - 1 share" [10]
Miltiary Service: Capt. Adonijah Fitch's 2nd Co, Col Phineas Lyman's Regiment (2nd Lieutenant, 1757) Capt. Timothy Mather's 11th Co., 3rd Connecticut Regiment (14Apr-18 Nov 1758) Capt. Zebulon Butler's 9th Co., Col. Eleazer Fitch's 4th Connecticut Regiment (1759 )Capt. Stephen Smith's Co., in Machias, Maine (Sgt., 14 Sep-13Dec 1775) Capt. Joseph Seavey's Co., Col. Benjamin Foster's Regiment (Private, 5 Dec-25 Dec 1778) Highest Rank:Sergeant (Revolutionary War) (Jabez was reduced to Private 1 Nov 1775 for sneaking off to go deer hunting.) The legend existed at Machias that Gen. Joseph Warren died in Jabez's arms at Bunker Hill. He also played a part in the capture of the British Man-of-War "Ambuside" (Ambuscade? LAM 05-04-01) in Machias,Maine. Jabez is not listed on any list I've seen of the participants of the capture of the Margaretta. It seem likely, however, that he was at Bunker Hill. The Battle of Lexington and Concord occured 19 April 1775. The Unity and another ship arrived in Machais shortly thereafter with the news. While the Unity stayed in Machias, the other ship returned to Boston. Jabez could have been aboard. The Battle of Bunker Hill took place 16 June 1775. The capture of the Margaretta was four days earlier, 12 June1775. (LAM 03-26-01)[10, 13, 14, 16]
Private, Capt. Joseph Seavey's Company, Col. Benjamin Foster's (Lincoln County) Regt. enlisted July 16, 1777, discharged October 3, 1777; service 2 months, 17 days on an alarm when British ships lay in that harbor. MA Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the of Revolution VOL. 8[53]
25vii.GEORGE HUNTLEY, b. in 1725[11].
Cheron Gibson's page is the only listing for a George Huntley,son of Moses Huntley and Rachel Harris. (LAM 02-13-01)
13. AARON4 HUNTLEY (Aaron3, John2, _____1), son of (6) Aaron3 and Mary (CHAMPION) HUNTLEY, was born on 1 Dec. 1680[41, 20] in Lyme[41, 20], and died on 26 Sept. 1748[41, 20] in Lyme[41, 20]. He married in Lyme[41, 20], on 27 July 1707[41, 20], (NX-2) DEBORAH DEWOLFE, daughter of (NX-1) Stephen and Hannah (_____) DEWOLFE, who was born in 1690[41, 20]. [41, 20]
Children:
26i.HANA5 HUNTLEY, b. on 22 July 1708[21] in Lyme[21].
+27ii.AARON HUNTLEY, b. on 14 Sept. 1710[45, 23] in Lyme[45, 23]; d. on 18 Nov. 1763[45, 23] in Lyme[45, 23]; m. in June 1738[45, 23] MARY LEACH.
28iii.SOLMON HUNTLEY, b. on 1 Sept. 1712[42, 21] in Lyme[42, 21]; d. before 1724[42, 21].
29iv.DEBORAH HUNTLEY, b. on 20 Aug. 1714[42, 21] in Lyme[42, 21]; d. on 26 March 1807[42, 21] in Lyme[42, 21].
30v.RUTH HUNTLEY, b. on 1 March 1716/7[42, 21] in Lyme[42, 21]; d. on 15 June 1805[42].
31vi.STEPHEN HUNTLEY, b. on 28 Feb. 1718/9[42, 21] in Lyme[42, 21]; d. before 1850[42].
32vii.PHEBE HUNTLEY, b. on 1 March 1721/2[42, 21] in Lyme[42, 21]; d. in 1797[42, 21].
33viii.EASTER HUNTLEY, b. on 21 May 1724[42, 22] in Lyme[42, 22].
34ix.NATHAN HUNTLEY, b. on 2 June 1726[42, 22] in Lyme[42, 22].
35x.JEMIMA HUNTLEY, b. on 30 Aug. 1728[42, 22] in Lyme[42, 22].
36xi.TIMOTHY HUNTLEY, b. on 22 Oct. 1731[42, 22] in Lyme[42, 22]; d. on 26 Sept. 1748[22].


Generation Five

22. BENEGAR5 HUNTLEY (Moses4, Moses3, John2, _____1), son of (8) Moses4 and (UF-12) Rachel (HARRIS) HUNTLEY, was born in 1720[10] in Lyme[10], and died between 1 Jan. 1734 and 13 June 1775[11] in Lyme[43, 34]. He married in Southold, Suffolk Co., New York[34, 43, 9], in 1740[34, 43, 9], ESTHER HOWELL, who was born about 1725[11] in Southold, Suffolk Co., New York[11], and died after 1776[11] in Lyme[11]. [40, 33, 9, 10, 34, 11, 43]
Children:
37i.RICHARD HARRIS6 HUNTLEY, b. on 2 Dec. 1745 in Lyme; d. on 2 April 1824 in Vernon, Tolland Co., Connecticut.
38ii.a son HUNTLEY, b. about 1741 in Queens Co., New York; d. on 3 Nov. 1743 in Queens Co.
39iii.NEHEMIAH HUNTLEY, bp. on 2 Oct. 1743 in Southold, Suffolk Co., New York; d. in 1788.
40iv.RACHEL HUNTLEY, b. in 1746 in Lyme; d. on 17 March 1830 in Antrim, Hillsboro Co., New Hampshire, United States.
41v.BENEJAH HUNTLEY, b. on 6 Jan. 1747 in Lyme; d. on 17 Aug. 1842 in Lyme.
42vi.RUFUS HUNTLEY, b. in 1748 in Lyme; d. on 14 July 1826 in Madison Co., New York.
+43vii.HOWELL HUNTLEY, b. on 10 Jan. 1750[44] in Lyme[44]; d. on 17 Aug. 1842[46]; m. (1) SARAH HOLMES, d. between 1795 and 1802[46]; m. (2) between 1795 and 1802[46] HANNAH HOLMES, d. between 1802 and 1830[46]; m. (3) between 1802 and 1830[46] SARAH WOOD.
44viii.ADRIEL HUNTLEY, b. on 5 April 1752 in Lyme; d. on 26 Feb. 1778 in Lyme.
45ix.THOMAS HUNTLEY, b. about 1754 in Lyme.
46x.WARREN HUNTLEY, b. in 1755 in Lyme.
47xi.NOAH HUNTLEY, b. about 1757 in Lyme; d. on 13 Aug. 1792.
48xii.JONATHON HUNTLEY, b. in 1757 in Lyme; d. on 27 May 1834 in Dummerston, Windham Co., Vermont, United States.
49xiii.HANNAH HUNTLEY, b. on 15 Feb. 1759 in Lyme; d. on 15 Jan. 1847 in Lempster, Sullivan Co., New Hampshire.
50xiv.MOSES HUNTLEY, b. about 1760 in Lyme; d. on 1 March 1846 in St. Johnsbury, Caledonia Co., Vermont.
27. AARON5 HUNTLEY (Aaron4, Aaron3, John2, _____1), son of (13) Aaron4 and (NX-2) Deborah (DEWOLFE) HUNTLEY, was born on 14 Sept. 1710[45, 23] in Lyme[45, 23], and died on 18 Nov. 1763[45, 23] in Lyme[45, 23]. He married in June 1738[45, 23], MARY LEACH. [45, 23]
Children:
51i.STEPHEN6 HUNTLEY, b. on 25 March 1740[45, 24] in Lyme[45, 24].
52ii.NAOMY HUNTLEY, b. on 14 Feb. 1742/3[45] in Lyme[45].
53iii.SYLVANNUS HUNTLEY, b. in Aug. 1749[45, 24] in Lyme[45, 24].
54iv.RUBEN HUNTLEY, b. on 25 Sept. 1752[45, 24] in Lyme[45, 24].
+55v.BETHUEL HUNTLEY, b. on 15 Oct. 1755[47, 24] in Lyme[47, 24]; m. (KL-2) EUNICE CHURCH, b. on 8 Sept. 1778[47], daughter of (KL-1) Titus CHURCH.
56vi.ZENUS HUNTLEY, b. on 16 Jan. 1759[45, 24] in Lyme[45, 24].


Generation Six

43. HOWELL6 HUNTLEY (Benegar5, Moses4, Moses3, John2, _____1), son of (22) Benegar5 and Esther (HOWELL) HUNTLEY, was born on 10 Jan. 1750[44] in Lyme[44], and died on 17 Aug. 1842[46]. He married (1st) SARAH HOLMES, who died between 1795 and 1802[46]. He married (2nd) between 1795 and 1802[46], HANNAH HOLMES, who died between 1802 and 1830[46]. He married (3rd) between 1802 and 1830[46], SARAH WOOD. [44, 35, 51, 46]
Child of: Howell6 HUNTLEY and Sarah HOLMES:
+57i.LYDIA7 HUNTLEY, b. in 1772[46] in Hadlyme, Lyme[46]; d. in 1856[46] in Hadlyme[46]; m. on 1 April 1790[46] (GA-5) JAMES BOGUE, b. in East Haddam[46] on 23 May 1767[46], son of (GA-4) James, Jr. and Eunice (CLARK).
55. BETHUEL6 HUNTLEY (Aaron5, Aaron4, Aaron3, John2, _____1), son of (27) Aaron5 and Mary (LEACH) HUNTLEY, was born on 15 Oct. 1755[47, 24] in Lyme[47, 24], and died between 4 Aug. 1800 and 1865. He married (KL-2) EUNICE CHURCH, daughter of (KL-1) Titus CHURCH, who was born on 8 Sept. 1778[47].

From the 2 Aug. 1790 census, in Marlow, Cheshire Co., New Hampshire[5]:

Name: Bethuel Huntley
1 Free White male 16+ (Bethuel 34)
1 Free White male 0-16 (Theodore 0)
2 Free White females 0+ (Eunice 11, ?)

From the 4 Aug. 1800 census, in Leicester, Addison Co., Vermont[4]:

Name: Bethuel Huntley
1 Free White male 0-10 (Harvey 0-9)
1 Free White male 10-16 (Theodore 7-11)
1 Free White male 26-45 (Bethuel 44)
1 Free White female 0-10 (Althea 0-2)
1 Free White female 10-16 (?)
1 Free White female 26-45 (Eunice 21)

[56, 47, 24, 5, 4]
Children:
58i.THEODORE7 HUNTLEY, b. about 1791.
59ii.HARVEY HUNTLEY, b. about 1796.
+60iii.ALTHEA HUNTLEY, b. about 1800 in Vermont[7]; m. (ACW-4) ELISHA MITCHELL, b. in Vermont, d. before 1851[56], son of (ACW-1) Elisha and Sarah (SMITH) MITCHELL.

Generation Seven

57. LYDIA7 HUNTLEY (Howell6, Benegar5, Moses4, Moses3, John2, _____1), daughter of (43) Howell6 and Sarah (HOLMES) HUNTLEY, was born in 1772[46] in Hadlyme[46], died in 1856[46] in Hadlyme[46] and was buried in Hadlyme. She married on 1 April 1790[46], (GA-5) JAMES BOGUE, son of (GA-4) James, Jr. and Eunice (CLARK), who was born on 23 May 1767[46] in East Haddam[46]. [46, 25, 49, 50]
Children: See (GA-5) James BOGUE
60. ALTHEA7 HUNTLEY (Bethuel6, Aaron5, Aaron4, Aaron3, John2, _____1), daughter of (55) Bethuel6 and (KL-2) Eunice (CHURCH) HUNTLEY, was born in Vermont[7], and died between June 1875 and 1909. She married (ACW-4) ELISHA MITCHELL, son of (ACW-1) Elisha and Sarah (SMITH) MITCHELL, who was born in Vermont, and died before 1851[56].

From the 4 Aug. 1800 census, in Leicester[4]:

Name: Bethuel Huntley
1 Free White male 0-10 (Harvey 0-9)
1 Free White male 10-16 (Theodore 7-11)
1 Free White male 26-45 (Bethuel 44)
1 Free White female 0-10 (Althea 0-2)
1 Free White female 10-16 (?)
1 Free White female 26-45 (Eunice 21)

From the 12 Jan. 1852 census, in North Gwillimbury, York Co., Ontario, Canada[7]:

NameOccupationBirthplaceAge at Next BirthdayGenderMarital Status
Elisha MortonYeomanVermont46M
Samantha MortonCanada38F
Enos MortonCanada16M
Hulda MortonCanada14F
Rebecca MortonCanada12F
Richard MortonCanada10M
Sidney MortonCanada8M
Alonzo MortonCanada6M
Alfred MortonCanada3M
Wealthy MortonCanada1F
Altha MitchellAt homeVermont54FM
Ame MitchellCanada16F

From the 1 June 1870 census, in Hortonia, Outagamie Co., Wisconsin, United States[2]:

Dwelling #Family #NameAgeGenderColorOccupationReal Estate ValuePersonal Estate ValueBirthplace
5151Mitchel, Sylvanus42MWStone mason1000100Canada West
Mitchel, Anna34FWKeeping houseNY
Mitchel, George A.14MWAt homeWI
Mitchel, Martha A.14FWWI
Mitchel, Eugene12MWAt home
Mitchel, Marian9FW
Mitchel, Althea69FWAt home

From the 1 June 1875 census, in Dale, Outagamie Co.[3]:

Name: Sylvanus Mitchell
3 White males 0+ (Sylvanus 46-48, Anna 39, Eugene 17)
6 White females 0+ (Althea 74-77, Martha 19, Marian 14, ?, ?, ?)

[1, 2, 6, 7, 3, 56, 4]
"Record # 14847 re: Lot 17 Concession 6, North Gwillimbury
reads Sale made by ALTHA MITCHEL daughter of BETHUEL HUNTLEY and wife of ELISHA MITCHEL to ISAAC BENNETT for 200 pounds- two hundred acres. witnessed by AQUILLA BENNETT, reocrded on november 18, 1837."[56]
Child: See (ACW-4) Elisha MITCHELL



1. 1870 United States Federal Census, 7, dwelling 51, family 51; digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com).
2. 1870 United States Federal Census, Hortonia, Outagamie Co., Wisconsin, 7, dwelling 51, family 51; digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com).
3. 1875 Wisconsin State Census, Dale, Outagamie Co., Image 215.
4. 1800 United States Federal Census, Leicester, Addison Co., Vermont; digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com).
5. 1790 United States Federal Census, Marlow, Cheshire Co., New Hampshire; digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com).
6. 1851 Canada Census, personal schedule, 3.
7. 1851 Canada Census, North Gwillimbury, York Co., Ontario, personal schedule, 3.
8. International Genealogical Index, CD-ROM database (Salt Lake City: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1997).
9. "Patron ordinance submission sheets"; FHL microfilm 0,538,971.
10. Robert A. Huntley, Descendents of John Huntley (http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/h/u/n/Robert-A-Huntley/GENE10-0001.html).
11. Cheron Gibson, Our American Heritage: A Personal Genealogy (http://www.geocities.com/~cherisa/html/d0001/g0000009.html#I52).
12. Tracey Thomaselli, Ancestors of Shirley Mae Huntley (http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/t/o/m/Tracy-C-Tomaselli/GENE6-0040.html?Welcome=981991265).
13. S/Sgt. Francis Huntley, USMC Ret, Huntleys in the Military (http://www.huntleys.org/).
14. Bob Huntley, "Huntley".
15. kmidyette@qwest.net, "DAR Application for Marion Pettegrow".
16. Bob Huntley, "Huntley/Holmes".
17. Alice P. Huntley, "John Huntley and Some of His Descendants", New England Historical and Genealogical Register 100-102 (Oct. 1946, Jan. 1947, and April 1947).
18. Ibid., 100:265.
19. Ibid., 100:266.
20. Ibid., 100:268.
21. Ibid., 100:269.
22. Ibid., 100:270.
23. Ibid., 101:62.
24. Ibid., 101:63.
25. Ibid., 149.
26. Ibid., 15.
27. Ibid., 261.
28. Ibid., 264.
29. Ibid., 265.
30. Ibid., 265, 266.
31. Ibid., 266.
32. Ibid., 267.
33. Ibid., 267, 56.
34. Ibid., 56.
35. Ibid., 57, 149.
36. Ivy Huntley Horn, John Huntley of Lyme, Connecticutt and His Descendants (Chicago: Newberry Library, 1953), 11, 15; digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com).
37. Ibid., 15.
38. Ibid., 15, 17.
39. Ibid., 17.
40. Ibid., 18, 26.
41. Ibid., 20.
42. Ibid., 22.
43. Ibid., 26.
44. Ibid., 27, 49.
45. Ibid., 34.
46. Ibid., 49.
47. Ibid., 62.
48. Ibid., 9.
49. Virgil T. Bogue, Bogue and Allied Families (Holly, Michigan: Herald Printers, 1944), 37, 54; digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com).
50. Flora Bogue Deming, Bogue Genealogy: Descendants of John Bogue of East Haddam, Conn. and wife Rebecca Walkley (Rutland, Vermont: Tuttle Publishing Company, 1944), 33, 57; digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com).
51. Ibid., 57.
52. Roderick Bissell Jones, "The Harris Family of Block Island and Dutchess County, N.Y.," New York Genealogical and Biographical Record 84 (1953): 134-148, specifically 136.
53. Massachusetts, Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War, Vol. 8 (Hm-Ju) (Boston: Wright & Potter, 1901), 555; digital images, Archive.org (http://www.archive.org).
54. New England Historical and Genealogical Register 150 (1996): 56.
55. Ibid.: 57.
56. Lisa Hoffius, "Re: Eunice Church & Bethuel Huntley," Church Family Genealogy Forum, 22 May 2002 (http://genforum.genealogy.com/church/messages/2326.html : accessed 24 November 2013).
57. Scott Andrew Bartley, "Marriages from the New London County Court Records, 1667-1670," New England Historical and Genealogical Register 170 (Winter 2016): 22-24, specifically 24.
58. Ancestral File, CD-ROM database (Salt Lake City: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1998).