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POOLE Family History, Part III

February 2017

Sarah (POOLE) SNELL (1814-1877)Top

11D1. Sarah Poole was born in Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts, about January 1814. She married Abel Snell on August 16, 1859, in Dartmouth. She was 44 years old and her first marriage, while Abel was 62 and had been married twice before.[Mar 1859] They appear to not have had any children.

Abel was born in Fall River, Bristol County, and was a farmer in Dartmouth dating back to at least 1850.[Cen 1850, Mar 1859]

After their marriage, Sarah's 14-year-old nephew, Lindsey Poole, lived with the couple.[Cen 1860]

Sarah (Poole) Snell died on May 19, 1877, in Dartmouth. She was 63 years old.[Dth 1877]

Abel Snell died of "old age" on February 11, 1884, in Dartmouth. He was reportedly aged 89 years, 11 months, and 1 day.[Dth 1884]

Sources
  • Cen 1850: 29 Aug 1850 Census, Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts
  • Cen 1855: 1 Jun 1855 Census, Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts
  • Mar 1859: 16 Aug 1859 Marriage, Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts
  • Cen 1860: 17 Jul 1860 Census, North Dartmouth Post Office, Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts
  • Cen 1865: 1865 Census, Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts
  • Cen 1870: 2 Jul 1870 Census, North Dartmouth Post Office, Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts
  • Dth 1877: 19 May 1877, Death Register, Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts
  • Dth 1884: (11) Feb 1884, Death Register, Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts

Meriam (POOLE) WHALON (1817-1891)Top

11D2. Meriam Poole was born in Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts, on January 4, 1817. February 2017Her name has been observed variously spelled as "Miriam," "Mariam," "Meriam," and "Merriam." She married Hiram Whalon, also a native of Dartmouth, on either August 29 or September 13, 1838.[Mar 1838] She was 21 years old and he 26. They had five children together:

11D21. John P. Whalon 20 Oct 1839 30 Jan 1842 (2)
11D22. Susan E. Whalon Feb 1841 1931 (90)
11D23. Sarah A. Whalon 29 Oct 1842 21 Dec 1878 (36)
11D24. Hannah G. P. Whalon (13 Aug) 1844 1860 (15)
11D25. Hattie Minerva Whalon Dec 1859 24 Dec 1904 (45)

Meriam and Hiram's first child died at the age of two 1842. He was the first of the family to be buried at the Joseph Davis Burial Ground on Faunce Corner Road in North Dartmouth. Daughter Hannah followed in 1860.[Grave]

Hiram's occupation was variously recorded as a trader[Bir 1812, Cen 1865], merchant[Cen 1850, 1855], shopkeeer[Cen 1860], and retail grocer[Cen 1870]. Between 1860 and 1870, Hiram's real estate value increased from $2,500 to $3,000 and personal property increased from $6,000 to $22,000.[Cen 1860, 1870]

Eldest daughter Susan married James T. Cornell by 1861, had two sons, but lost James in 1866. She and her sons moved back home with her parents by 1870 where she worked as a dressmaker. Two elderly women, Elizabeth Millard (perhaps Hiram's mother) and Charity Johnson, ages 82 and 90, also lived with the family in 1870.[Cen 1870] Elizabeth Millard died in 1872 and was buried with the family.[Grave]

Hiram Whalon died of catarrh of the bladder at the age of 74 on February 28, 1886. He was buried at the Joseph Davis Burial Ground.[Grave]

Meriam (Poole) Whalon died in Dartmouth five years later on October 16, 1891. She was 74 years old. She was recorded to have been buried in New Bedford but is held to have been buried with her family at the Joseph Davis Burial Ground.[Grave]

Sources
  • Bir 1812: 17 Jan 1812 Birth, Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts
  • Mar 1838: 29 Aug 1838 Marriage, Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts
  • Mar 1838: 13 Sep 1838 Marriage, Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts
  • Dth 1842: 30 Jan 1842 Death, Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts
  • Cen 1850: 27 Aug 1850 Census, Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts
  • Cen 1855: 1 Jun 1855 Census, Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts
  • Cen 1860: 20 Jul 1860 Census, North Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts
  • Cen 1865: 1865 Census, Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts
  • Cen 1870: 24 Jun 1870 Census, North Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts
  • Cen 1880: 25 Jun 1880 Census, Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts
  • Dth 1886: 28 Feb 1886 Death, Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts
  • Dth 1891: 16 Oct 1891 Death, Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts
  • Cen 1900: 7 Jun 1900 Census, Tucker Road, Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts
  • Grave: Cemetery, City, County, State, Find A Grave <http://www.findagrave.com>

Abiathar POOLE (1819-1909)Top

11D3. Abiathar Poole was born in Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts, on July 17, 1819, and apparently named for his paternal uncle. He married Emily Ann Reed, also of Darthmouth, about April 20, 1844. They had nine children:

11D31. William H. Poole Apr 1845 1928 (83)
11D32. Isaac Barker Poole 30 Oct 1846 26 Jan 1934 (87)
11D33. Almeda Barker Poole 23 Dec 1848 --  -- 
11D34. Sarah Amelia Poole 30 Mar 1851 1 Nov 1918 (67)
11D35. Adelaide F. Poole Apr 1853 --  -- 
11D36. Hannah W. Poole (1855-1856) --  -- 
11D37. Phebe Gifford Poole 1859 1943 (84)
11D38. Lorenzo A. Poole Feb 1861 1943 (82)
11D39. Annie C. Poole (1865) --  -- 

In 1850 and 1855, Abiathar and his family, including his widowed mother-in-law, Emily Ann (Sears) Reed, were enumerated next to the household of his widowed stepmother, Mariah (Mosher Reed) Poole5, and his younger half-siblings in Dartmouth. Abiathar was a farmer and also served as a census taker in Dartmouth for the 1855 Massachusetts state census.[Cen 1850, 1855] No relationship has been found between Abiathar's wife Emily and his stepmother Mariah.

From 1860 and after, the area they lived in was referred to as North Dartmouth.[Cen 1860, 1870]

Abiathar and Emily were enumerated by themselves, retired on the family farm, in 1900. All nine of their children were counted as living. The area was described as along "Smith Mills to Hixville Road"[Cen 1900], apparently referring to the road southeast of Hixville and Reed Road that leads to Smith Mills on the north side of Dartmouth. Hixville is about 7 miles northwest of Dartmouth proper.

Abiathar Poole died on February 27, 1909, in North Dartmouth, having suffered from senility in his final years. He was 89 years old. Abiathar was buried on March 3 at Linden Grove Cemetery, 5 miles south of Hixville along Reed Road in Westport.[Grave]

Emily Ann (Reed) Poole died five years later before dawn on September 22, 1914. She had been living at 469 Hillman Street in New Bedford for four months and succumbed to gangrene of the leg after a 10-day struggle. She was 92 years old. Emily was buried with Abiathar at Linden Grove Cemetery.

Sources
  • Dartmouth Records, 1667-1884, Births, Intentions of Marriage, Forbidden Bans, Marriages, and Deaths
  • Cen 1850: 5 Sep 1850 Census, Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts
  • Cen 1855: 1 Jun 1855 Census, Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts
  • Cen 1860: 13 Jul 1860 Census, North Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts
  • Cen 1870: 14 Jul 1870 Census, North Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts
  • Cen 1880: 3 Jun 1880 Census, Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts
  • Cen 1900: 12 Jun 1900 Census, Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts
  • Dth 1909: Death Record 14, New Bedford, Bristol County, Massachusetts, filed 8 Mar 1909
  • Dth 1914: Death Record 1488, New Bedford, Bristol County, Massachusetts, filed 25 Sep 1914
  • Grave: Cemetery, City, County, State, Find A Grave <http://www.findagrave.com>

Lindsey Weaver POOLE (Sr.) (~1823-<1865)Top

11D4.December 2016Lindsey Weaver Poole (Sr.) was born about 1822 or 1823 in Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts. He married Hannah S. Tucker and had at least four sons:

11D41. Henry M. Poole (1844-1845) (1850-1855) (5-10)
11D42. Lindsey W. Poole (Jr.) 27 Jul 1847 21 Sep 1920 (73)
11D43. Charles E. Poole (May) 1850 (< 1855) (< 5)
11D44. Franklin Smith Poole 24 Aug 1852 17 May 1916 (63)

The Poole family lived in New Bedford, Bristol County, where Lindsey worked as a laborer[Cen 1850]; but by 1855 they moved to Dartmouth where Lindsey worked as a sparmaker[Cen 1855], apparently working in a New Bedford shipyard. At the time, New Bedford dominated the whaling industry and it was there, in 1851, that Herman Melville wrote and published Moby-Dick. The Pooles moved into New Bedford again by 1860 where they lived with a 69-year-old tailor named James Cannon. Lindsey was again recorded as a laborer.[Cen 1860]

Lindsey Weaver Poole (Sr.) died between 1860 and 1865. He was roughly around 40 years old.[Cen 1865]

After Lindsey's death, Hannah lived with the Bonney family in New Bedford, Bristol County, where she did domestic work.[Cen 1865]

Hannah remarried to Andrew C. King, a farmer in New Bedford, on April 14, 1867, in Dartmouth.[Mar 1867]

Hannah (Tucker Poole) King died in Smith Mills, Bristol County, of consumption on August 15, 1868, only 16 months after her remarriage. She was recorded to be aged 46 years and 5 months.[Dth 1868]

Andrew C. King died 22 years later of apoplexy in Dartmouth on May 8, 1891, at the age of 78. He was buried in New Bedford.[Dth 1891]

Sources
  • Bir 1847: Holbrook, Jay and Delene. Massachusetts Vital and Town Records. Provo.
  • Cen 1850: 21 Sep 1850 Census, New Bedford, Bristol County, Massachusetts
  • Cen 1855: 1 Jun 1855 Census, Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts
  • Cen 1860: 16 Jun 1860 Census, New Bedford, Bristol County, Massachusetts
  • Cen 1865: 1 May 1865 Census, New Bedford, Bristol County, Massachusetts
  • Mar 1867: 14 Apr 1867 Marriage, Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts
  • Dth 1868: 15 Aug 1868 Death Registration, New Bedford, Bristol County, Massachusetts
  • Dth 1891: 8 May 1891 Death Registration, Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts

Philip Sanford POOLE (1830-1914)Top

11D5. Philip Sanford Poole was born in Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts, on January 25, 1830. November 2015He married Almira Williams Greene on July 4, 1852, in New Bedford. They had nine children, seven of whom survived to 1900[Cen 1900] and six until 1910[Cen 1910]:

11D51. Arthur T. Poole 13 Jun 1854 1926 (72)
11D52. Charles G. Poole 12 Oct 1857 18 Mar 1941 (83)
11D53. Willard G. Poole Jan 1859 26 Dec 1943 (84)
11D54. Richard D. Poole 1 Nov 1861 23 Mar 1896 (34)
11D55. Hannah Alice Poole Nov 1864 1945 (80)
11D56. Albert Kelton Poole Sep 1868 1922 (53)
11D57. Florence Ashley Poole May 1871 1928 (57)
11D58. Myra B. Poole 11 Feb 1876 24 Apr 1909 (33)

Philip and Almira were married on July 4, 1852, in New Bedford, by clergyman James Taylor. Both were recorded to be residents of New Bedford but born in Dartmouth.[Mar 1852]

The Pooles first lived in Dartmouth where Philip worked as a shipwright in 1855.[Cen 1855] At the time, neighboring New Bedford dominated the whaling industry and it was there, in 1851, that Herman Melville wrote and published Moby-Dick. Almira's apparent 18-year-old brother Charles Greene lived with them and worked as a farmer.[Cen 1855]

Mosher Connection
Charles H. Mosher is held to be the grandson of James Mosher (1769-1853) (1DD2), and therefore a second cousin to Philip's widowed stepmother, Mariah (Mosher Reed) Poole5. Obadiah Mosher, on the other hand, was reportedly Mariah's third cousin on another line, tracing back to his grandfather, Jesse Mosher (1746-1824) (1H1).

The Pooles were first recorded in New Bedford in 1860, where Philip worked as a farmer[Cen 1860] and laborer.[Cen 1870] They were enumerated between the Jane G. Cowen family and the Charles H. and Ruth A. (Reed) Mosher couple in 1870.[Cen 1870]

By 1880, sons Arthur and Willard married and were enumerated as separate households with their young wives. All the men were recorded as laborers. The Obadiah and Harriet S. (Allen) Mosher couple was enumerated next to them, which, in 1900 was revealed to be along Plainville Road.[Cen 1880-1900] Plainville Road was later disrupted by the New Bedford Airport and became Old Plainville Road with New Plainville rerouted around the north perimeter of the airport. In 1900, only 29-year-old daughter Florence remained at home.[Cen 1900]

By 1910, Philip and son Arthur, enumerated adjacent, were working as a teamsters. Daughter Florence still lived at home with her parents and worked as a public school teacher.[Cen 1910]

Almira Williams (Greene) Poole died of cerebral apoplexy on the evening of March 21, 1914, at the family home on 1196 Plainville Road (now Old Plainville Road) in New Bedford, Bristol County. She was 81 years old. Almira was buried at Pine Grove Cemetery, 2 miles east in New Bedford.[Grave, Dth 1914A]

Philip Sanford Poole died six months later of arterio sclerosis on October 9, 1914, at 1196 Plainville Road. He was buried on October 12 at Pine Grove Cemetery. Philip was 84 years old.[Grave, Dth 1914B]

Sources
  • Mar 1852: 4 Jul 1852 Marriage Registration, New Bedford, Bristol County, Massachusetts
  • Cen 1855: 1 Jun 1855 Census, Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts
  • Cen 1860: 29 Aug 1860 Census, New Bedford, Bristol County, Massachusetts
  • Cen 1870: 3 Jun 1870 Census, New Bedford, Bristol County, Massachusetts
  • Cen 1880: 7 Jun 1880 Census, New Bedford, Bristol County, Massachusetts
  • Cen 1900: 1-2 Jun 1900 Census, Plainville Road, New Bedford, Bristol County, Massachusetts
  • Cen 1910: 22 Apr 1910 Census, Plainville Road, New Bedford, Bristol County, Massachusetts
  • Dth 1914A: Death Record 463, New Bedford, Bristol County, Massachusetts, filed 24 Mar 1914
  • Dth 1914B: Death Record 1571, New Bedford, Bristol County, Massachusetts, filed 13 Oct 1914
  • Grave: Cemetery, City, County, State, Find A Grave <http://www.findagrave.com>

Susan M. POOLE (1831-1840)Top

11D6. Susan M. Poole was born about in April 1831, likely in either Dartmouth or Westport, Bristol County, Massachusetts. She died on November 20, 1840, in Westport, four weeks after her mother died. She was 9 years and 4 months old.[Westport] Susan was buried alongside her mother at Linden Grove Cemetery, north of Westport.[Grave]

Sources
  • Westport: Scott, Henry Edward, editor. Vital Records of Westport, Massachusetts, to the Year 1850. Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1918.
  • Grave: Cemetery, City, County, State, Find A Grave <http://www.findagrave.com>

Susan Maria (POOLE) CONVERSE4 (1843-1931)Top

Susan M. (POOLE) CONVERSE 11D7. Susan Maria Poole4 was born in Fall River, Bristol County, Massachusetts, on May 27, 1843. She was likely named for her next elder half-sister of the same name who died two and half years before her birth. Susan migrated to California by way of the Isthmus of Panama, arriving in Coulterville, Mariposa County on October 19, 1859. That night the town of Coulterville burned down. The following year, Susan married John Converse, Sr., a rugged native of Pennsylvania and Iowa. They were married in 1860 or 1861, she was only about 17 years old, he was about 30. They had 13 children:

11D7A. Jacob H. Converse 10 Oct 1861 1938 (77)
11D7B. William Converse 22 Nov 1863 Bef 1900 (37)
11D7C. George Leonard Converse 28 Aug 1865 21 May 1954 (88)
11D7D. Franklin Converse 26 July 1867 6 Nov 1946 (79)
11D7E. Daisy J. Converse 23 Dec 1869 1878 (9)
11D7F. Caroline M. Converse 17 Jun 1871 10 Feb 1963 (92)
11D7G. Charles Albert Converse 24 Sep 1873 1925 (52)
11D7H. Ida Mae Converse 17 Aug 1875 2 Jun 1963 (87)
11D7I. Elizabeth Ann Converse 3 Jul 1877 25 Feb 1958 (80)
11D7J. Alice Lucretia Converse3 19 Aug 1879 10 Feb 1951 (71)
11D7K. "Infant" 1881 Infancy (0)
11D7L. Lottie Converse 5 Oct 1883 1908 (25)
11D7M. John Lyman Converse 21 Feb 1887 1980 (93)

Susan M. (POOLE) CONVERSE From Susan's picture, it appears she was of Native American descent. Her daughter Alice claimed Native American heritage in her membership with the Pocahontas Club, a club for women of Cherokee blood, however we have yet to isolate what tribe Susan may have been related to.

Mitochondrial DNA analysis on one of Susan's grandchildren show that Susan's maternal line belonged to Haplogroup K1a1b. This line is associated with Near Eastern peoples and is closely related to subclades attributed to Ashkenazi Jews. This doesn't necessarily rule out that she was also of Native American descent, only that her mother's mother's line was not Native American.

Susan also had younger siblings Caroline and Jacob. Jacob died soon after their arrival in Coulterville, and was the first to be buried at the Smith & Dudley's Mill cemetery.

Susan (POOLE) CONVERSE and Grandchildren Lyman C. CONVERSE Lloyd A. GOSS Lyle D. CONVERSE Lyla Mae (CONVERSE) BUCKLEY Susan M. (POOLE) CONVERSE Alda I. CONVERSE

John Converse died on March 16, 1909, and was buried on March 18 at the Dudley Cemetery in Greeley Hill. He was 78 years old.

After John's death, Susan lived with her widowed daughter Ida and next door to her youngest son John. They were enumerated together in the 1920 census of Stanislaus Forest Reserve (Township 2) in Mariposa County.[Cen 1920]

Susan Maria Poole-Converse died on June 24, 1931 of a cerebral hemorrage and is buried in Dudley's Cemetery, Coulterville. She was 88 years old.

"Grandma"
- Zoa I. Albert, May 27, 1926

"We're Celebrating here today,
This 27th day of May,
The Birthday of a Friend and Mother,
The Likes of which there is no other."

"She's bright and spry as she can be,
Although today she's 83,
And to her credit be it known,
Are thirteen children, all her own."

"The most of whom are here today,
Except the five who went away,
There's grand and great grand children here,
With Gifts, and Smiles, for Grandma dear."

"And in Red Cloud community,
At picnic, dance, or social tea,
This lady with the cane and shawl,
Is Grandma, she attends them all."

"The old red house with huge fireplace,
Where Grandma rocks with placid face,
Living again those 60 years,
Of Joys, and Pleasure, Hopes, and Tears."

"So let us rise and Honor give,
And wish that she'd a hundred live,
For all will miss her kindly face,
When summoned to the Higher Place."

Dedicated to Grandma Converse In Honor of her 83rd Birthday

Sources
  • Cen 1850: 5 Sep 1850 Census, Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts
  • Cen 1855: 1 Jun 1855 Census, Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts
  • Cen 1860: 9 Aug 1860 Census, Coulterville, Mariposa County, California
  • Cen 1870: 21 Jul 1870 Census, Maxwell Creek, Mariposa County, California
  • Cen 1880: 24 Jun 1880 Census, Coulterville Precinct, Mariposa County, California
  • Cen 1900: 15 Jun 1900 Census, Redcloud Precinct, Mariposa County, California
  • Cen 1910: 10 May 1910 Census, Stanislaus Forest Reserve (Township 2), Mariposa County, California
  • Cen 1920: 1 Mar 1920 Census, Township 2, Mariposa County, California
  • Cen 1930: 12 Apr 1930 Census, Stanislaus National Forest Township 2 (Greeley Hill), Mariposa County, California

Jacob POOLE (~1844->1860)Top

11D8. Jacob Poole was born about 1844 or 1845, in Massachusetts. He migrated with his likely mother Mariah (Poole) Russell, and sisters to Coulterville, Mariposa County, California, in 1859. In 1860 he was living with Charles Allen, a teamster, and three other teamsters next door to his sisters in Coulterville (Greeley Hill).[Cen 1860]

Jacob Poole is recalled to have died as a teenager, not long after his arrival in Coulterville, and to have been the first person buried at the Dudley Cemetery on Greeley Hill.

Sources
  • Cen 1850: 5 Sep 1850 Census, Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts
  • Cen 1855: 1 Jun 1855 Census, Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts
  • Cen 1860: 9 Aug 1860 Census, Coulterville, Mariposa County, California

Caroline (POOLE) OLNEY (1847-1883)Top

11D9. Caroline Poole was born in Massachusetts about 1847 or 1848. She may have been the Hannah M. Poole born in Dartmouth on October 19, 1847.[Bir 1847] Her father died when she was four months old. She migrated to California in 1859 by way of the Isthmus of Panama. Upon arriving in Coulterville, Mariposa County, California, she and her sister lived with the John and Mariah Russell family, apparently their stepfather and mother.

Caroline married Augustus Olney, Sr., of Rhode Island, about 1862 and had at least 10 children:

11D9A. Maria Jane Olney 5 Mar 1863 (1900-1910) (36-47)
11D9B. Edward M. Olney 2 Mar 1865 29 Dec 1919 (54)
11D9C. Cynthia Olney 8 Jan 1867 15 Feb 1867 (1 mo.)
11D9D. Cyrus Olney 7 Jan 1869 25 Nov 1923 (54)
11D9E. Annie S. Olney 3 Jul 1871 (Aug) 1901 (30)
11D9F. George Olney 27 Nov 1872 4 Jul 1944 (71)
11D9G. Augustus Olney, Jr. 27 Sep 1875 18 Jul 1906 (30)
11D9H. Ella Olney 8 Feb 1878 Infancy (-)
11D9I. Walter F. Olney 6 Mar 1880 --  -- 
11D9J. Alexander M. Olney (12 Sep 1882) 28 Apr 1971 (88)
Olney Migration
Augustus may be the "A. Olney" who arrived in San Francisco on July 28, 1850, aboard the brig Hallowell from Providence (presumably Rhode Island) after a 230-day journey around Cape Horn.[Rasmussen]

Caroline (Poole) Olney died at her home on Greeley Hill on February 2, 1883. She was only 35 years old.[Obit 1883]

Mariposa Gazette, February 10, 1883
"Olney- At her residence, near Hobron's Mill, 8 miles above Coulterville, Mariposa county, February 2d, 1883, Mrs. Caroline P., wife of Augustus Olney, a native of Massachusetts, aged 35 years. Deceased leaves a husband and 7 children to mourn her loss."

Augustus may have remarried at some point over the 17 years after Caroline's death, as he was was recorded as having been married for 4 years in 1900 while he, youngest son Alexander, grandson James Clark, and a boarder were enumerated together in Red Cloud Precinct (Greeley Hill).[Cen 1900]

Sources
  • Bir 1847: Holbrook, Jay and Delene. Massachusetts Vital and Town Records. Provo.
  • Cen 1850: 5 Sep 1850 Census, Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts
  • Rasmussen: Rasmussen, Louis J. San Francisco Passenger Lists: Volume 1, 1850-1864. 1965.
  • Cen 1855: 1 Jun 1855 Census, Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts
  • Cen 1860: 9 Aug 1860 Census, Coulterville, Mariposa County, California
  • Cen 1870 21 Jul 1870 Census, Maxwell Creek, Mariposa County, California
  • Cen 1880 25 Jun 1880 Census, Coulterville Precinct, Mariposa County, California
  • Obit 1883: Mariposa Gazette, 10 Feb 1883
  • Cen 1900: 15 Jun 1900 Census, Red Cloud Precinct, Mariposa County, California