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[315] nah, bap.—Oct. 1784, m. Joseph Bright of Watertown—see Bond, 114; Henry, bap.—Apr. 1787; Sophia, bap. 1 Mar. 1789, m. Jonas Adams of Chas., 18 June, 1815; a child, d. 3 Oct. 1790, a. 3 days; also Mary Maria Dix, bap. 29 Apr. 1804, m. Samuel O. Mead, of Boston, 27 June, 1822; Louisa Annis (?Agnes), bap. 20 Apr. 1806, m. Eleazer Homer—see Homer; Alfred Augustus, bap. 20 Dec. 1807; Adeline Matilda, bap. 17 Dec. 1809, m. William F. Homer. Col. Wellington m. first, Susanna Reed of Woburn, 23 Apr. 1775— Burlington Church Records. His wid. Elizabeth d. 11 Mar. 1851, a. 83. House at Belmont.

6. Dr. Timothy, m. Maria Eunice Lord, 17 Oct. 1813. Both o. c. Pct. ch. 16 Oct. 1814, and she was adm. to this ch. 18 Feb. 1816. Maria Eunice, adult, was baptized 16 Oct. 1814; and their son William Williamson, bap. 16 Oct. 1814. She d. 6 Mar. 1816, a. 23. Dr. Timo. m. Lydia Yates, 1 Apr. 1819, who o. c. and was bap. this ch. 5 Nov. 1820. Had Francis Edward, bap. 5 Nov. 1820; Maria Eunice, bap. 13 Oct. 1822; George Yates, bap. 22 Apr. 1827; and others. [Dr. Timothy Wellington died in West Cambridge 6 May, 1853, aged 71. He was son of Timothy Wellington, of Lexington, where he was born 8 Oct. 1781 [H. U. 1806]. After completing his professional studies, he settled in W. Camb. as a physician, where he resided till his death, always engaged in the active and arduous duties of an extensive and successful practice.—Harvard Necrology (Palmer), pp. 14-15.]

7. Timothy, of Lexington. grandfather of Dr. Timothy (6), m. Rebecca Stone, 23 Sept. 1742; prob. the Rebecca Stone—dau. of Mrs. Wellingtonadm. to Pct. ch. 17 May, 1741. Her mother—see Bond's Wat. 523, 632—m. Thomas Wellington (par. 1).

8. Charles, s. of Jeduthun (5), m. Anna Locke, 12 Jan. 1809. A child of Charles, d. 7 Sept. 1822, a. 1 1/2; Charles, Jr., a son, d. 30 Aug. 1824, a. 13; Ann Louisa, a dau., m. Charles G. Winn, of Boston, 2 July, 1837. See Book of the Lockes, 164-5.

9. Henry, s. of Jeduthun (5), of W. Camb., m. Eliza Teel of Chas. 19 Sept. 1819. See Cutter Book, 117, 383.

10. Dr. W. W., s. of Dr. Timothy (6), had w. Lucy Elizabeth, d. here 10 Mar. 1843, a. 28. (He grad. H. U. 1832; res. Cambridgeport.—Paige, 684; Bond's Wat., 634.)

11. A. A., of Boston, prob. s. of Jeduthun (5), had son George Murdock, d. 17 Jan. 1835, a. 13 mos.

12. Abigail, m. Nathaniel Peirce, of Lexington, 25 Nov. 1827. [Bond's Wat., 634.] Susanna, a dau. of Thomas (1), m. Abraham Hill, 16 Feb. 1758. Elizabeth, a dau. of Thomas (1), m. Richard Clark, of Watertown, 2 July, 1761. [See Paige, 682.]1

1 To these, perhaps, may be added Aaron Smith Willington, as originating in this vicinity, son of Josiah W., went to Charleston, S. C., and published the Charleston Courier for many years. It was the most influential journal published in the Southern States.—J. B. R. Wyman's Chas. , 1010, has a notice of the family of Josiah W.

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