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cy had been dead for some years; and others believed to be dead. The brothers could not tell the precise number of their father's children at the date above given. (i) Jacob, a. of Ebenezer (1), living at Cambridge in 1842, was proprietor of the famous Fresh Pond Hotel, and father of the celebrated Rocky Mountain pioneer, Nathaniel Jarvis Wyeth, who was one of the most active and energetic men ever born in Cambridge.—See Paige, 705. (6) Gad, s. of Ebenezer (1), living at McLean, Licking Co., Ohio, in 1842. He was located at Wendell, Mass., before 8 Sept. 1820. A letter to his sister Anna Cutter, dated at Wendell, 19 June, 1825, and mailed from New Salem, the adjoining town, contains some family particulars. His youngest son was David. Four of his children were living away from him in a section (name not given) where a revival of religion was in progress, and two of them (sons) had become converts. His only daughter went three hundred miles from him that winter, married Sil