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mer, William D., 18. Passaic, N. J., 15. Partridge, Captain, 64. Patten, Nathaniel, Senor, 89. Penhallow, —, 79. Pennock, Anna Louisa, 24. Pennock, Ellen M., 24. Pennock, Nathan Loveman, 21, 24. Pennock, Peter, 24. Pennock, Phebe (Fellows), 24. Pennock, Salmon Cotton, 24. Perry, Gideon W., 18. Peru, Ill., 13. Petersburg, 2, 7, 11. Philadelphia, 5, 12. Phipps, David, 81, 82, 84. Phipps, Mrs., 31. Pierce, Adaline, 48. Pierce, Eva Adaline, 48. Pierce, Joel, 36. Pierce, Josiah, 48. Pierson, Captain C. L., 3. Pinkham, Horace W., 18. Pitts, James, 84. Pittsburg Landing, 51. Plains Store, 58. Pleasant Memories of Foreign Travel, 38. Pollard, Asa, 22. Poole, Lilla E., 24. Poor, John R., 74, 75, 76. Poplar Spring Church, 6. Port Hudson, 40-61. Pound Lot. Winter Hill Road. 29. Powers, Robert, 18. Precious Stones in Nature, Art, and Literature, 38. Prentice, Henry, 90. Prentice, Thomas, 89. Prentice, Rev., Thomas, 89, 90. Primary No. 20, 26.
rcas Marsh, of Hadley. Besides three which died in infancy, seven of their children had families: viz., Anne, married to Aaron Cooke; Sarah, to Timothy (Emmons?); Hannah, to William Dickinson; Samuel; Mehitable, to Jonathan Smith; Miriam, to Josiah Pierce; and Jonathan. All survived our parents except Hannah. She buried six children in infancy, and her husband in 1741; she was left with two sons—six and two years old—and returned with her children to my father's house, where she died in 1745oined in marriage. Grindall Rawson, Clerk. On Aug. 2, 1741, a son was born to us, and on the 9th he was baptized Samuel, and on the 14th inst. Samuel died. On the 22d the mother died, both dying of the throat distemper. My sister Miriam (now Pierce) kindly came and kept my house. I married September 23, 1742, Anna Cotton, daughter of the Rev. Mr. John and Mrs. Mary Cotton, of Newtown. On the 30th she came home. On July 10, 1743, a daughter was born, and on the same day was baptized Ann