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General Joseph Cilley.
They had several children, the youngest of whom was John, my father, who was born May 17, 1782.
He married Sarah Batchelder, of Deerfield, New Hampshire, June 5, 1803.
By her he was the
Powder-Horn of Zephaniah Butler, 1758. father of three girls, Polly True, born June 8, 1804, Sally, born March 11, 1806, and Betsey Morrill, born January 9, 1808.
The last of these is now living at Nottingham, New Hampshire, the widow of the late Daniel B. Stevens, Esq. Mrs. Sarah Batchelder Butler died February 23, 1809.
John Butler then married Charlotte Ellison, July 21, 1811.
She bore him three children.
The eldest, Charlotte, born May 13, 1812, died in August, 1839.
The second child, Andrew Jackson, was born February 13, 1815, and died February 11, 1864.
The third, Benjamin F., was born at Deerfield, New Hampshire, Nov. 5, 1818, about four o'clock in the afternoon.
Upon the breaking out of the war of 1812, John Butler applied to the war department for permission