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Ancestors of Stanley Elmer Allen


      422. Deacon John Dearborn, born 10 Oct 1666 in Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire; died 22 Nov 1750 in Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire. He was the son of 790. Henry Dearborn and 791. Elizabeth Marrian. He married 423. Abigail Batchelder 04 Nov 1689 in Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire.

      423. Abigail Batchelder, born 28 Dec 1667 in Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire; died 14 Nov 1736 in North Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire. She was the daughter of 768. Nathaniel Batchelder and 769. Deborah Smith.

  Notes for Abigail Batchelder:
Abigail Batchelder was the grandmother of General Henry Dearborn.

     
Children of John Dearborn and Abigail Batchelder are:
  i.   Deborah Dearborn, born 08 Feb 1689/90 in Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire; married Thomas Marston 31 Dec 1713 in Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire; born 14 Jul 1687 in Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire; died Abt. Jul 1755 in Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire.
  ii.   Jonathan Dearborn, born 08 May 1691 in Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire; died 29 Jan 1779 in Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire; married Hannah Tuck.
  211 iii.   Elizabeth Dearborn, born 31 Aug 1692 in Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire; died 10 Mar 1770 in Rye, Rockingham County, New Hampshire; married John Garland 12 Jan 1715/16 in Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire.
  iv.   Esther Dearborn, born 25 Jun 1694 in Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire; died 18 May 1783 in Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire; married (1) William Norton; married (2) Ebenezer Lovering 27 Jan 1712/13 in Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire.
  v.   Joseph Dearborn, born 08 Feb 1695/96 in Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire; died 15 Jan 1768 in Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire; married Anna Dearborn 27 Oct 1719 in Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire.
  vi.   Abigail Dearborn, born 24 Jun 1700 in Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire; married Benjamin Cram 28 Dec 1721 in Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire.
  vii.   Simon Dearborn, born 31 Jul 1706 in Hampton, Rockingham County, Massachusetts; married Sarah Marston 05 Dec 1728 in Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire.
  viii.   Lydia Dearborn, born 04 Apr 1702 in Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire; married Jeremiah Sanborn 29 Jan 1729/30 in Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire; born 12 Feb 1702/03 in Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire; died 17 Aug 1783.


      424. Robert Mace (Source: Walter Goodwin Davis, Jr., The Ancestry of Charity Haley 1755 - 1800 Wife of Major Goodwin Davis, Junior, (Boston, 1916), page 63.), born Abt. 1652 in England. He married 425. Hannah Gibbons in Probably Gosport, Isles of Shoals, New Hampshire.

      425. Hannah Gibbons (Source: Sybil Noyes, Charles Thornton Libby, and Walter Goodwin Davis, Genealogical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire, (Portland, ME 1928-1939; Reprint, Baltimore, MD, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc), page 450.), born Abt. 1669 in Saco, Maine. She was the daughter of 850. Ensign James Gibbons and 851. Judith Lewis.

Notes for Robert Mace:
Robert Mace was a resident of Gosport, New Hampshire.
      Hannah (Gibbins) (Hibbert) Mace was residing Ipswich, Massachusetts, in 1733, when she conveyed her 640 acres of undivided land in Biddeford and Scarborough, Maine to Gibbins Mace, Joseph Mace, Charles Miller, and John Mace. She appears to have died by 25 July 1737 when her children sell the land to Samuel Waldo of Boston, Massachusetts[ ]
      Robert Mace was apparently involved with the legal system over time. In 1676 he testified against Roger Kelly and Hugh Allard.]
      9 November 1681 "Robert mace Complaynd of by Mr Kelly, for abuseing of sd Kelly & his wife by very oeprobrious Languid, which was proven by sufficient evidence.      The [__] Considering the premisses do order the Delinquent for his mischarges herein either forth with to make a publique acknowledgment of his fault for defaming Roger Kelly & his wife, or upon refusall to receive 10 stripes well layd on the poast, and to pay Costs of Court seaven shillings.
      Robert Mace made a publique acknowledgment of his fault in open Court for defameing Mr. Kelly & his wife, which hee declared his sorrow for promissing amendment for the future.
      The Court further requirs tenn pounds [___] for his good behavior for future. Robert Mace came into the Court and owned him selfe bound in a bond of Tenn pounds to the Treasurer of this Province, to bee of good abearance and behaviour to Roger Kelly and Mary his wife, & all other his Majestys subjects, unto the next Court of pleas houlden for this province."[ ]
      He owned a pew at the meetinghouse, Ipswich, Massachusetts in 1700.[ ]
      He was probably a fisherman.


  Notes for Hannah Gibbons:
Hannah (Gibbins) (Hibbert) Mace was residing Ipswich, Massachusetts, in 1733, when she conveyed her 640 acres of undivided land in Biddeford and Scarborough, Maine to Gibbins Mace, Joseph Mace, Charles Miller, and John Mace. She appears to have died by 25 July 1737 when her children sell the land to Samuel Waldo of Boston, Massachusetts[ ]

     
Children of Robert Mace and Hannah Gibbons are:
  i.   Ensign Joseph Mace, born Abt. 1691; died Bef. 1754; married Mary Salter Abt. 1723 in Newcastle, Rockingham County, New Hampshire; born Abt. 1700.
  Notes for Ensign Joseph Mace:
Joseph Mace was very active in the Gosport town government. Between 1732 and 1751 he was elected: clark, moderator, constable, selectman, culler of fish, and wood sealer/cord. (Gosport, New Hampshire Town Records)
      14 July 1722, he bought for 13, a certain dwelling or mansion house on Star Island from Thomas and Elizabeth (-----) Phillips. (Rockingham County, New Hampshire, Deeds, 1722, 13:202, 203)
      25 July 1737, Joseph and Mary (Salter) Mace sell part of the land inherited from his mother, for 170, to Samuel Waldo of Boston. It was one quarter of 640 acres of land located partially in the towns of Biddeford and Scarborough, Maine.[York Deeds, Book XVIII, folio 227, pp. 517, 518)

Children of Joseph Mace and Mary Salter born Isles of Shoals, New Hampshire[ ]:
      i Elizabeth3 Mace, bp Rye, New Hampshire, recorded Isles of Shoals,
            9 August 1724
      ii Mary Mace, bp Rye, New Hampshire, recorded Isles of Shoals, July 1726;
            m Gosport, New Hampshire, 10 May 1742, John Sanderson[ ]
            Children John Sanderson and Mary Mace born Isles of Shoals,
            New Hampshire[ ]:
                  1. William Sanderson, bp 13 February 1742/3
                  2. Joseph Sanderson, bp 4 October 1747
                  3. John Sanderson, bp 3 June 1750; prob. d. y.
                  4. John Sanderson, bp 2 November 1755
                  5. Thomas Sanderson, bp 10 June 1759
      iii Rachel Mace, bp 1 March 1729/30
      iv John S(alter?). Mace, bp 12 December 1731
      v Hannah Mace, bp 29 September 1734
      vi Joseph Mace, bp 18 July 1736
      vii Thomas Mace, bp 22 October 1738
      viii Josiah Mace, bp Gosport, New Hampshire, 4 July 1742



  Notes for Mary Salter:
Mary Salter was received to full communion 5 April 1730. Her parents were Captain John and Martha (-----) Salter. She married (2), Isles of Shoals, New Hampshire, 21 November 1754, William Sanderson.[ ].

  212 ii.   John Mace, born Abt. 1693 in Isles of Shoals, New Hampshire; died Bef. 05 Jul 1737; married Sarah Frost Abt. 1726.
  iii.   Gibbons Mace, born Abt. 1697 in Isles of Shoals, New Hampshire; married (1) Judith Unknown Abt. 1732; died Abt. 1754; married (2) Elizabeth Emmons 23 Oct 1755 in Isles of Shoals, New Hampshire.
  Notes for Gibbons Mace:
Gibbons and Elizabeth Mace ended their days in the Portsmouth Almshouse.[Isles of Shoals Church Records, Gosport Town Records)
      "Christmas at the Isles of Shoals. - From the records of the church of Gosport [Isles of Shoals]: - At a Chh meetg. at ye Pastors House, Jan'y 3d 1746/7.
7. With respect unto a Rumour of yr being Bad Carryings on at Charels Randels ye 25th of ye last month, ye Chh by a Vote Chose Mr Gibbons Mace Joseph Mace Junr & Saml Muchamore, to Go unto his Wife Rebecca & acquaint her yt ye Chh Expect, either yt She appear immediately at ye Chh Meetg. & give an Acct. about ye sd Rumour, or yt she send. ym an Acct."[ ]
      Gibbins Mace was active in the Gosport town government. Between 1749 and 1758 he was elected a selectman, a tything man, and the constable.[ Gosport Town Records)
      13 March 1769, Gibbins Mace and nine other men sell a premises in [Portland], for seven shillings each, they all ".. claim by being original grantees in the said township as may appear by the Charter thereof dated January the third 1769."[ Rockingham Deeds 102:146)
      25 July 1737, Gibbins and Judith (-----) Mace sell part of the land inherited from his mother, for 170, to Samuel Waldo of Boston. It was one quarter of 640 acres of undivided land located partially in the towns of Biddeford and Scarborough, Maine.[ York Deeds, Book XVIII folio 216 pp. 493, 494, 495)
Children of Gibbins Mace and Judith (-----) born Isles of Shoals, New Hampshire[Isles of Shoals Church Records, Register 66, p. 302, Genealogical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire, p. 450):
      i Elizabeth3 Mace, bp 8 October 1732
      ii Gibbins Mace, bp 12 October 1734
      iii James Mace, bp 19 June 1737
      iv Betty Mace, bp 24 June 1739
      v Judith Mace, bp 20 December 1741 "This child was baptized in private"



  iv.   Elizabeth Mace, born Abt. 1702; married Charles Miller 08 Oct 1720 in Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts.
  Notes for Charles Miller:
Charles Miller resided Star Island when he sold her share her mother's land, 25 July 1737.[ ]
      Children of Charles Miller and Elizabeth Mace:
      1. Charles Miller, bp Ipswich, Massachusetts, 13 August 1721
      2. John Miller, bp Rye recorded Isles of Shoals, New Hampshire, 28 May 1727
      3. Robert Miller, bp Rye recorded Isles of Shoals, New Hampshire, 9 July 1736; prob. d.y.
      4. Robert Miller, bp Isles of Shoals, New Hampshire, August 1736
      5. Nanny Miller, bp Isles of Shoals, New Hampshire, 20 August 1738
      6. Betty Miller, bp Isles of Shoals, New Hampshire, 8 August 1742


Ipswich Vital Records 1:269
Isles of Shoals CR, REG 66 [Apr, Jul, Oct, 1912] pl 152, 154, 211, 301, 303





      426. Ithamar Frost (Source: Everett S. Stackpole, Genealogy of the Stackpole Family, (Lewiston, Maine), page 426.), born in Isle of Shoals?. He was the son of 852. John Frost and 853. Sarah Kelly.
     
Children of Ithamar Frost are:
  213 i.   Sarah Frost, married (1) John Mace Abt. 1726; married (2) Arthur Randall 17 Mar 1736/37 in Gosport, New Hampshire.
  ii.   Phillip Frost


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