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Subject: [KIMBALL] Kimball Families of Massachusetts and New Hampshire
Date: Thu, 21 Oct 2010 13:27:00 -0400 (EDT)


This Kimball Family is the Family that settled later in Charlestown, N.H.,
the Old
Fort No. 4 - so I always assume (earlier) that the Kimball families of
Fort No. 4
were Groton Kimball families - NOT SO. There was an altogether different
Kimball
family - of Worcester County, Mass. - Not of Groton, Massachusetts.

Subject: Kimball Families
Source: Historic Homes & Institutions & Genealogy of Worcester Count, Mass.

General John W. Kimball
(I) Richard Kimball the emigrant ancestor of General John W. Kimball of
Fitchburg,
Massachusetts, was from the parish of Rattlesden, Suffolk County, England,
where his
son, Henry Kimball was baptized August 12, 1615. He married in England,
Ursula, dau.
of Henry Scott of Rattlesden. The Will of Henry Scott, dated September 24,
1625, was
proved in the Court of the Archdeaconry of Sudbury, England, January 10,
1624-5.

He was buried in Rattlesden, December 24, 1624. His Will mentions Abigail,
Henry,
Elizabeth and Richard Kimball, his grandchildren, the children of Richard
and Ursula
(Scott) Kimball; his wife, Martha and sons Roger & Thomas Scott, the
latter of whom
came to America in the same ship with Richard Kimball and Martha Scott,
the widow,
aged sixty years.

The family came to American in the ship, "Elizabeth" of Ipswich, England,
sailing
August 30, 1634. The ages of the family as then given were:

Richard Kimball aged 39 and wife, Ursula and children:

Henry Kimball aged 15 yrs.
Elizabeth Kimball aged 13 yrs.
Richard Kimball aged 11 yrs.
Mary Kimball aged 9 yrs.
Martha Kimball aged 5 yrs.
John Kimball aged 3 yrs.
Thomas Kimball aged 1 yr.

They settled at Watertown, Massachusetts, where Henry Kimball, aged
forty-two, and
family, also settled. This Henry Kimball is thought to have been a
brother. He came
in the same ship.

The home lot of Richard Kimball was six acres on the Cambridge line, now in
the city
of Cambridge, Massachusetts, near the corner of Huron Avenuen and Appleton
Streets.
He was admitted freeman May 6, 1635, and was a proprietor in 1636-7. Soon
after this,
he removed to Ipswich, Mass., where the settlers required the services of
a wheelwright.
He settled there and followed his trade and carried on his farm. The town
granted him
a house lot February 23, 1637, next adjoining Goodwin Simons, at the west
end of the
town. He was granted at the same time, forty acres beyond the North River,
near the
land of Robert Scott. In 1641, he was mentioned as one of the commoners of
Ipswich,
and was appointed one of the Selectmen ("Seven Men") March 1, 1645. He had
various
other grants of land and served on various town committees. He was one of
the execu-
tors of the estate of his brother-in-law, Thomas Scott, who died February,
1653-4.
He was one of the proprietors of Plumb Island. He married (2) October 23,
1661,
Margaret, the widow of Henry Dow, of Hampton, New Hampshire. She died
March 1,
1675-6. His Will was dated March 5, 1674, and proved September 28, 1675.
He bequeath-
ed to his wife fulfillment of marriage contract, and named children and
other rela-
tives. He died June 22, 1675, aged 80 years. Children of Richard Kimball
and wife,
Ursula Kimball:

1. Abigail Kimball born at Rattlesden, County of Suffolk, England - who
died in
Salisbury, Mass.

p.10 KIMBALL.
June 17, 1658; married in England, John Severans and had 12 children.

2. Henry Kimball b. at Rattlesden, 1615.
3. Elizabeth Kimball b. at Rattlesden, 1621.
4. Richard Kimball b. at Rattlesden, 1623; died May 26, 1676 at Wenham,
Mass.
5. Mary Kimball b. at Rattlesden, 1625, m. Robert Dutch of Gloucester and
Ipswich,
Massachusetts. They had six children.
6. Martha Kimball b. at Rattlesden, 1629; m. Joseph Fowler, son of Philip
& Martha
Fowler - who was born in England 1622 and was killed by the Indians May
19, 1676
near Deerfield, Mass., in King Philip's war - they had four children.
7. John Kimball born in Rattlesden, 1631, died May 6, 1698.
8. Thomas Kimball born 1633, died May 3, 1676.
9. Sarah Kimball born at Watertown, Mass., 1635, died June 12, 1690;
married, Nov.
24, 1658, Edward Allen of Ipswich, Mass. and had eleven children.
10. Benjamin Kimball, born at Ipswich, Mass., 1637; died June 11, 1695.
11. Caleb Kimball born at Ipswich 1639, died 1682.

(II) Thomas Kimball, son of (I) Richard Kimball, was born at Rattlesden,
Suffolk Co.,
England, 1633, was one year old when he came to New England with his
parents. He later
went to Ipswich, Mass., and then to Hampton, New Hampshire, where he was
living, Oct.
20, 1653, the owner of a mill property on Oyster River there. He had his
home there as
late as 1660, and afterward removed to that portion of Rowley, later
included in the
present town of Bradford, Mass.

This part of Rowley was originally known as Merrimac.
Thomas Kimball was elected Constable of Rowley in 1669. His home was on
the road to
Boxford. He lived there ten years. He was a mechanic as well as farmer and
owned over
four hundred acres of land at the time of his death. He was a vicitim of
Indian raiders
in King Philip's War. On the night of May 2, 1676, three well-known
"Praying Indians"
who had turned against the whites, Peter, Andrew and Simon (so they had
been christened)
started for Rowley on an errand of murder, but failing to reach the
destination early
enough for their purposes, they sought the home of Thomas Kimball in
Merrimac when the
night was far advanced, and killed the father. The mother and five
children were taken
into captivity and carried forty miles into the forest. The lives of Mrs.
Kimball and
her baby were frequently threatened, and twice the fire was lighted to
burn them at the
stake. Through the friendly offices of Wanalancet, of the Pennacook
Indians, they were
freed after 41 terrible days in captivity and reached their desolated home
June 13,
1676. The prayers of the Congregation at Ipswich were asked May 3, 1676,
for the safety
of the captives. Subsequently the widow petitioned the General Court for
protection
from Simon, the Indian who murdered her husband and threatened to kill her
and her
children if they returned to their home.

Accordingly the three Indians were seized and put in jail, but they escaped
and continu-
ed their murderous course most mercilessly thereafter, we are told. They
were well known
for they had lived a great deal in the settlements and worked for the
colonists.

Thomas Kimball served the town of Merrimac as Selectman and in other
offices. He married
Mary, daughter of Thomas and Joanna Smith of Ipswich. Joanna died about
1681. The
children of Thomas and Mary (Smith) Kimball were:

1. Elizabeth Kimball b. at Hampton, Mass., Dec 5, 1658; died Dec. 27, 1658.
2. Richard Kimball b. at Hampton, 1660, died at Bradford, Mass., Jan. 21,
1732-3.
3. Joseph Kimball b. 1662; died 1699; was pressed into His Majesty's
service in 1689,
and again in 1690.
4. Mary Kimball b. about 1663, m. Mar 22, 1682-3 Thomas Reddington of
Boxford, Mass. &
had six children.
5. Hannah Kimball b. Jan 27, 1661; died before 1699.
6. Thomas Kimball b. 1665, died June 30, 1732 at Bradford, Mass.
7. Ebenezer Kimball b. April 20, 1668.
8. John Kimball b. Oct 14, 1675 removed to Piscataquis, East Jersey.
9. Joanna Kimball who died April 10, 1690, m. Joshua Morse of Neewbury,
Mass., who
died March 20, 1691.

(III) Thomas Kimball, son of Thomas Kimball (2), born at Rowley, Mass.,
1665, died in
Bradford, Mass., Jan. 11, 1732; m. at Malden, Mass., Dec. 22, 1686,
Deborah, born 1668
and died Dec 22, 1726, a dau. of John Pemberton of Malden, Mass. He died
1692, and
administration was granted to his wife, Deborah. Thomas Kimball m. (2)
Grace, widow
of John Currier of Haverhill, Mass., a dau. of Christopher & Sarah Hall.
He resisded,
Sept. 4, 1729, in that part of town of Bradford, Mass., now Groveland. His
old home-
stead was standing until 1893, when it was torn down by the owner, a Mrs.
William Gray.
The children of Thomas & Deborah (Pemberton) Kimball:

1. Thomas Kimball b. in Bradford (where all the children were born),
October 14, 1687;
died September 11, 1748.
2. Jonathan Kimball, born Feb. 21, 1689; died unmarried.
3. Dorothy Kimball b. Sept 13, 1690; m. June 19, 1711, Daniel Poor and had
ten children.

The children of Thomas and Grace (Currier) Kimball were:

4. John Kimball b. Nov. 16, 1692; died Nov 11, 1748 at Bradford, Mass.
5. Mary Kimball b. February 25, 1694, m. Aug. 13, 1713, Samuel Webster and
had ten
children, among them, the Rev. Samuel Webster of Salisbury, Mass. -
Harvard Coll, 1737.
6. Deborah Kimball b. April 13, 1695, died prob. before Dec. 29, 1858;
marroed Samuel
Poor of Andover - five children.
7. Ebenezer Kimball b. July 8, 1697.
8. Ephraim Kimball b. April 29, 1699; died Dec 28, 1743.
9. Abigail Kimball b. April 12, 1702, m. Nov. 14, 1722, Samuel Kimball,
son of David
Kimball.
10. Priscilla Kimball b. June 14, 1703; m. Nov 17, 1728, Ebenezer Gage.
11. Sarah Kimball b. Jan. 22, 1705-6.
12. Hannah Kimball b. Sept 17, 1707, died April 13, 1727.

(IV) Ephraim Kimball son of Thomas Kimball3, born at Bradford, Mass., April
29, 1699;
died Dec. 23, 1743. He m. Jan. 12, 1721, Anna Tenney, b. 1700; died Aug 6,
1726. He m.
(2) Oct. 1, 1726, Mary Wittier, b. 1703; died April 3, 1740. He m. (3) Feb
5, 1740-41,
Sarah Muliken, who survived him. He resided at Bradford, Mass., and owned
land in Rowley
and at Lueneburg, Mass., and at Chester, N.H. His Will was proved Jan. 23,
1743-4. The
children of Ephraim and Anna (Tenney) Kimball:
1. Ephraim Kimball b. Aug 16, 1722, resided at Lunenburg, Mass.
2. Dorothy Kimball b. June 30, 1724, died April 30, 1797 - married, Jan.
25, 1742,
Edmund Kimball of Bradford.

The children of Ephraim & Mary (Witter) Kimball:

3. Mary Kimball b. Dec 30, 1730, m. Feb. 1, 1749, Peter Hunt of Tewksbury
and had\
thirteen children.

4. Ann Kimball b. Dec 25, 1732, died Sept. 14, 1736.
5. William Kimball b. May 31, 1734, died Sept. 21, 1736.
6. Eliphalet Kimball b. Oct. 11, 1736; died 1760.
7. William Kimball b. March 29, 1740, res. at Charlestown, N.H.

p.11 KIMBALL - WORCESTER COUNTY.

The children of Ephraim & Sarah (Mulliken) Kimball:

8. Hannah Kimball bapt. Oct 25, 1741, died Nov 2, 1754.
9. Nathaniel Kimball b. Feb 3, 1743/4; res. at Bradford.

Insert - History of Charlestown, N.H. - The Old Fort No. 4. by Rev. Henry
H. Saunder-
son.
Surname: KIMBALL
Source: History of Charlestown, NH Fort No. 4 by Rev. H. H.
Saunderson
p.460
William and Jenny Kimball had issue:
1. Mary Kimball b. at Lunenburg, MA Jan 6, l76l.
2. Eliphalet Kimball b. at Ashburnham, MA Dec. 9, l762.
3. Ansel Kimball b. Sep. 6, l765.
4. William Kimball b. Jan l7, l767 at Springfield, NY. (Vt).
5. Edmund Kimball b. Sep. 7, l77l at Springfield.

p.460
Richard and Betsy Kimball had issue:
l. Henry Kimball b. Dec. l3, l8l3.
2. Eliza Kimball b. Apr 2, l8l6.
3. Nathan Kimball b. Apr 5, l8l8.

p.460 George Kimball father of Brooks Kimball Esq. was b. in Temple
NH July 6, l775 m. May 5, l799 Catherine Shattuck dau of Nathaniel
Shattuck. She b. Mar ll, l78l. They settled lst at Temple but removed
abt l806 or l807 to Mason village where he d. June l6, l8l3. He was a
blacksmith by trade and had eight children all sons all of whom
learned and followed at least for a time the trade of their father.

p.460 - 46l
Brooks Kimball the 2d son b. Jan l4, l802 m. Aug l4, l827 Priscilla
Vinal Bisbee b. Nov 23, l809 at Springfield, Vt. She was a desc.
of John Rogers the Martyr (see Fox' Book of Martyrs during
Queen Mary (ENG) reign), by the following line: Mary Rogers
dauof the Martyr John Rogers, became Mrs. Mary Goddard.
Mary Goddard dau of Mary, married John Vinal Jr. Jacob Vinal
son of John Jr. m. and had a dau. Priscilla. Priscilla Vinal dau of
Jacob Vinal m. Samuel Litchfield. Hannah Litchfield dau of
of Priscilla m. Levi Bates. Cynthia Bates dau of Hannah m. Elijah
Bisbee. Priscilla Vinal Bisbee, m. Brooks Kimball, Esq. They re-
mained in Springfield until l835 then moved to Charlestown. NH
He rep. the town in the Leggis. viz: l85l - l857 and l850 - l85l.
Their issue:

1. Charles C. Kimball b. l829 m. l860 Olive P. Hastings dau of
Oliver Hastings Jr. She b. l83l.
1. Kate Hastings b. l86l
2. Charles O. Hastings b. l866.
3. Ruth Vinal Hastings b. l875.
2. Abbie Kate Kimball b. l834 at Springfield, Vt. m. l862 Henry E.
Barrett son of Edward and Orpha (Winchester) Barrett. He b.
Rutland, Vt. May l836.
l. Annie Barrett b. l869 at Charlestown, NH
2. Henry C. Barrett b. l870 at Claremont NH d.
l870.
3. Eleanor L. Barrett b. l872 at Claremont NH
Res: Brocton, MA.
3. Henry C. Kimball b. l837 at Charlestown m. l86l Ellen M.
Spaulding b. l842 at Lempster, NH She d. l874
1. Morris G. Kimball b. at Charlestown l863.
4. Ellen C. Kimball b. l846 m. l870 Sumner Foster son of Ephraim
and Sybil N. (Mason) Foster. b. at Sullivan NH l845.
1. Carl B. Foster b.l870 at Charlestown d. l87l.
End.
Transcribed by Janice Farnsworth
______________________

This Kimball Family is the Family that settled later in Charlestown, N.H.,
the Old
Fort No. 4 - so I always assume (earlier) that the Kimball families of
Fort No. 4
were Groton Kimball families - NOT SO. There was an altogether different
Kimball
family - of Worcester County, Mass. - Not of Groton, Massachusetts.

Subject: Kimball Families
Source: Historic Homes & Institutions & Genealogy of Worcester Count, Mass.

General John W. Kimball
(I) Richard Kimball the emigrant ancestor of General John W. Kimball of
Fitchburg,
Massachusetts, was from the parish of Rattlesden, Suffolk County, England,
where his
son, Henry Kimball was baptized August 12, 1615. He married in England,
Ursula, dau.
of Henry Scott of Rattlesden. The Will of Henry Scott, dated September 24,
1625, was
proved in the Court of the Archdeaconry of Sudbury, England, January 10,
1624-5.

He was buried in Rattlesden, December 24, 1624. His Will mentions Abigail,
Henry,
Elizabeth and Richard Kimball, his grandchildren, the children of Richard
and Ursula
(Scott) Kimball; his wife, Martha and sons Roger & Thomas Scott, the
latter of whom
came to America in the same ship with Richard Kimball and Martha Scott,
the widow,
aged sixty years.

The family came to American in the ship, "Elizabeth" of Ipswich, England,
sailing
August 30, 1634. The ages of the family as then given were:

Richard Kimball aged 39 and wife, Ursula and children:

Henry Kimball aged 15 yrs.
Elizabeth Kimball aged 13 yrs.
Richard Kimball aged 11 yrs.
Mary Kimball aged 9 yrs.
Martha Kimball aged 5 yrs.
John Kimball aged 3 yrs.
Thomas Kimball aged 1 yr.

They settled at Watertown, Massachusetts, where Henry Kimball, aged
forty-two, and
family, also settled. This Henry Kimball is thought to have been a
brother. He came
in the same ship.

The home lot of Richard Kimball was six acres on the Cambridge line, now in
the city
of Cambridge, Massachusetts, near the corner of Huron Avenuen and Appleton
Streets.
He was admitted freeman May 6, 1635, and was a proprietor in 1636-7. Soon
after this,
he removed to Ipswich, Mass., where the settlers required the services of
a wheelwright.
He settled there and followed his trade and carried on his farm. The town
granted him
a house lot February 23, 1637, next adjoining Goodwin Simons, at the west
end of the
town. He was granted at the same time, forty acres beyond the North River,
near the
land of Robert Scott. In 1641, he was mentioned as one of the commoners of
Ipswich,
and was appointed one of the Selectmen ("Seven Men") March 1, 1645. He had
various
other grants of land and served on various town committees. He was one of
the execu-
tors of the estate of his brother-in-law, Thomas Scott, who died February,
1653-4.
He was one of the proprietors of Plumb Island. He married (2) October 23,
1661,
Margaret, the widow of Henry Dow, of Hampton, New Hampshire. She died
March 1,
1675-6. His Will was dated March 5, 1674, and proved September 28, 1675.
He bequeath-
ed to his wife fulfillment of marriage contract, and named children and
other rela-
tives. He died June 22, 1675, aged 80 years. Children of Richard Kimball
and wife,
Ursula Kimball:

1. Abigail Kimball born at Rattlesden, County of Suffolk, England - who
died in
Salisbury, Mass.

p.10 KIMBALL.
June 17, 1658; married in England, John Severans and had 12 children.

2. Henry Kimball b. at Rattlesden, 1615.
3. Elizabeth Kimball b. at Rattlesden, 1621.
4. Richard Kimball b. at Rattlesden, 1623; died May 26, 1676 at Wenham,
Mass.
5. Mary Kimball b. at Rattlesden, 1625, m. Robert Dutch of Gloucester and
Ipswich,
Massachusetts. They had six children.
6. Martha Kimball b. at Rattlesden, 1629; m. Joseph Fowler, son of Philip
& Martha
Fowler - who was born in England 1622 and was killed by the Indians May
19, 1676
near Deerfield, Mass., in King Philip's war - they had four children.
7. John Kimball born in Rattlesden, 1631, died May 6, 1698.
8. Thomas Kimball born 1633, died May 3, 1676.
9. Sarah Kimball born at Watertown, Mass., 1635, died June 12, 1690;
married, Nov.
24, 1658, Edward Allen of Ipswich, Mass. and had eleven children.
10. Benjamin Kimball, born at Ipswich, Mass., 1637; died June 11, 1695.
11. Caleb Kimball born at Ipswich 1639, died 1682.

(II) Thomas Kimball, son of (I) Richard Kimball, was born at Rattlesden,
Suffolk Co.,
England, 1633, was one year old when he came to New England with his
parents. He later
went to Ipswich, Mass., and then to Hampton, New Hampshire, where he was
living, Oct.
20, 1653, the owner of a mill property on Oyster River there. He had his
home there as
late as 1660, and afterward removed to that portion of Rowley, later
included in the
present town of Bradford, Mass. This part of Rowley was originally known
as Merrimac.

Thomas Kimball was elected Constable of Rowley in 1669. His home was on
the road to
Boxford. He lived there ten years. He was a mechanic as well as farmer and
owned over
four hundred acres of land at the time of his death. He was a vicitim of
Indian raiders
in King Philip's War. On the night of May 2, 1676, three well-known
"Praying Indians"
who had turned against the whites, Peter, Andrew and Simon (so they had
been christened)
started for Rowley on an errand of murder, but failing to reach the
destination early
enough for their purposes, they sought the home of Thomas Kimball in
Merrimac when the
night was far advanced, and killed the father.

The mother and five children were taken
into captivity and carried forty miles into the forest. The lives of Mrs.
Kimball and
her baby were frequently threatened, and twice the fire was lighted to
burn them at the
stake. Through the friendly offices of Wanalancet, of the Pennacook
Indians, they were
freed after 41 terrible days in captivity and reached their desolated home
June 13,
1676. The prayers of the Congregation at Ipswich were asked May 3, 1676,
for the safety
of the captives. Subsequently the widow petitioned the General Court for
protection
from Simon, the Indian who murdered her husband and threatened to kill her
and her
children if they returned to their home.

Accordingly the three Indians were seized and put in jail, but they escaped
and continu-
ed their murderous course most mercilessly thereafter, we are told. They
were well known
for they had lived a great deal in the settlements and worked for the
colonists.

Thomas Kimball served the town of Merrimac as Selectman and in other
offices. He married
Mary, daughter of Thomas and Joanna Smith of Ipswich. Joanna died about
1681. The
children of Thomas and Mary (Smith) Kimball were:

1. Elizabeth Kimball b. at Hampton, Mass., Dec 5, 1658; died Dec. 27, 1658.
2. Richard Kimball b. at Hampton, 1660, died at Bradford, Mass., Jan. 21,
1732-3.
3. Joseph Kimball b. 1662; died 1699; was pressed into His Majesty's
service in 1689,
and again in 1690.
4. Mary Kimball b. about 1663, m. Mar 22, 1682-3 Thomas Reddington of
Boxford, Mass. &
had six children.
5. Hannah Kimball b. Jan 27, 1661; died before 1699.
6. Thomas Kimball b. 1665, died June 30, 1732 at Bradford, Mass.
7. Ebenezer Kimball b. April 20, 1668.
8. John Kimball b. Oct 14, 1675 removed to Piscataquis, East Jersey.
9. Joanna Kimball who died April 10, 1690, m. Joshua Morse of Neewbury,
Mass., who
died March 20, 1691.

(III) Thomas Kimball, son of Thomas Kimball (2), born at Rowley, Mass.,
1665, died in
Bradford, Mass., Jan. 11, 1732; m. at Malden, Mass., Dec. 22, 1686,
Deborah, born 1668
and died Dec 22, 1726, a dau. of John Pemberton of Malden, Mass. He died
1692, and
administration was granted to his wife, Deborah. Thomas Kimball m. (2)
Grace, widow
of John Currier of Haverhill, Mass., a dau. of Christopher & Sarah Hall.
He resisded,
Sept. 4, 1729, in that part of town of Bradford, Mass., now Groveland. His
old home-
stead was standing until 1893, when it was torn down by the owner, a Mrs.
William Gray.
The children of Thomas & Deborah (Pemberton) Kimball:

1. Thomas Kimball b. in Bradford (where all the children were born),
October 14, 1687;
died September 11, 1748.
2. Jonathan Kimball, born Feb. 21, 1689; died unmarried.
3. Dorothy Kimball b. Sept 13, 1690; m. June 19, 1711, Daniel Poor and had
ten children.

The children of Thomas and Grace (Currier) Kimball were:

4. John Kimball b. Nov. 16, 1692; died Nov 11, 1748 at Bradford, Mass.
5. Mary Kimball b. February 25, 1694, m. Aug. 13, 1713, Samuel Webster and
had ten
children, among them, the Rev. Samuel Webster of Salisbury, Mass. -
Harvard Coll, 1737.
6. Deborah Kimball b. April 13, 1695, died prob. before Dec. 29, 1858;
marroed Samuel
Poor of Andover - five children.
7. Ebenezer Kimball b. July 8, 1697.
8. Ephraim Kimball b. April 29, 1699; died Dec 28, 1743.
9. Abigail Kimball b. April 12, 1702, m. Nov. 14, 1722, Samuel Kimball,
son of David
Kimball.
10. Priscilla Kimball b. June 14, 1703; m. Nov 17, 1728, Ebenezer Gage.
11. Sarah Kimball b. Jan. 22, 1705-6.
12. Hannah Kimball b. Sept 17, 1707, died April 13, 1727.

(IV) Ephraim Kimball son of Thomas Kimball3, born at Bradford, Mass., April
29, 1699;
died Dec. 23, 1743. He m. Jan. 12, 1721, Anna Tenney, b. 1700; died Aug 6,
1726. He m.
(2) Oct. 1, 1726, Mary Wittier, b. 1703; died April 3, 1740. He m. (3) Feb
5, 1740-41,
Sarah Muliken, who survived him. He resided at Bradford, Mass., and owned
land in Rowley
and at Lueneburg, Mass., and at Chester, N.H. His Will was proved Jan. 23,
1743-4. The
children of Ephraim and Anna (Tenney) Kimball:
1. Ephraim Kimball b. Aug 16, 1722, resided at Lunenburg, Mass.
2. Dorothy Kimball b. June 30, 1724, died April 30, 1797 - married, Jan.
25, 1742,
Edmund Kimball of Bradford.

The children of Ephraim & Mary (Witter) Kimball:

3. Mary Kimball b. Dec 30, 1730, m. Feb. 1, 1749, Peter Hunt of Tewksbury
and had\
thirteen children.

4. Ann Kimball b. Dec 25, 1732, died Sept. 14, 1736.
5. William Kimball b. May 31, 1734, died Sept. 21, 1736.
6. Eliphalet Kimball b. Oct. 11, 1736; died 1760.
7. William Kimball b. March 29, 1740, res. at Charlestown, N.H.

p.11 KIMBALL - WORCESTER COUNTY.

The children of Ephraim & Sarah (Mulliken) Kimball:

8. Hannah Kimball bapt. Oct 25, 1741, died Nov 2, 1754.
9. Nathaniel Kimball b. Feb 3, 1743/4; res. at Bradford.

Insert - History of Charlestown, N.H. - The Old Fort No. 4. by Rev. Henry
H. Saunder-
son.
Surname: KIMBALL
Source: History of Charlestown, NH Fort No. 4 by Rev. H. H.
Saunderson
p.460
William and Jenny Kimball had issue:
1. Mary Kimball b. at Lunenburg, MA Jan 6, l76l.
2. Eliphalet Kimball b. at Ashburnham, MA Dec. 9, l762.
3. Ansel Kimball b. Sep. 6, l765.
4. William Kimball b. Jan l7, l767 at Springfield, NY. (Vt).
5. Edmund Kimball b. Sep. 7, l77l at Springfield.

p.460
Richard and Betsy Kimball had issue:
l. Henry Kimball b. Dec. l3, l8l3.
2. Eliza Kimball b. Apr 2, l8l6.
3. Nathan Kimball b. Apr 5, l8l8.

p.460 George Kimball father of Brooks Kimball Esq. was b. in Temple
NH July 6, l775 m. May 5, l799 Catherine Shattuck dau of Nathaniel
Shattuck. She b. Mar ll, l78l. They settled lst at Temple but removed
abt l806 or l807 to Mason village where he d. June l6, l8l3. He was a
blacksmith by trade and had eight children all sons all of whom
learned and followed at least for a time the trade of their father.

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Brooks Kimball the 2d son b. Jan l4, l802 m. Aug l4, l827 Priscilla
Vinal Bisbee b. Nov 23, l809 at Springfield, Vt. She was a desc.
of John Rogers the Martyr (see Fox' Book of Martyrs during
Queen Mary (ENG) reign), by the following line: Mary Rogers
dauof the Martyr John Rogers, became Mrs. Mary Goddard.
Mary Goddard dau of Mary, married John Vinal Jr. Jacob Vinal
son of John Jr. m. and had a dau. Priscilla. Priscilla Vinal dau of
Jacob Vinal m. Samuel Litchfield. Hannah Litchfield dau of
of Priscilla m. Levi Bates. Cynthia Bates dau of Hannah m. Elijah
Bisbee. Priscilla Vinal Bisbee, m. Brooks Kimball, Esq. They re-
mained in Springfield until l835 then moved to Charlestown. NH
He rep. the town in the Leggis. viz: l85l - l857 and l850 - l85l.
Their issue:
1. Charles C. Kimball b. l829 m. l860 Olive P. Hastings dau of
Oliver Hastings Jr. She b. l83l.
1. Kate Hastings b. l86l
2. Charles O. Hastings b. l866.
3. Ruth Vinal Hastings b. l875.
2. Abbie Kate Kimball b. l834 at Springfield, Vt. m. l862 Henry E.
Barrett son of Edward and Orpha (Winchester) Barrett. He b.
Rutland, Vt. May l836.
l. Annie Barrett b. l869 at Charlestown, NH
2. Henry C. Barrett b. l870 at Claremont NH d.
l870.
3. Eleanor L. Barrett b. l872 at Claremont NH
Res: Brocton, MA.
3. Henry C. Kimball b. l837 at Charlestown m. l86l Ellen M.
Spaulding b. l842 at Lempster, NH She d. l874
1. Morris G. Kimball b. at Charlestown l863.
4. Ellen C. Kimball b. l846 m. l870 Sumner Foster son of Ephraim
and Sybil N. (Mason) Foster. b. at Sullivan NH l845.
1. Carl B. Foster b.l870 at Charlestown, N.H. d. l87l.
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