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From: (by way of Robert Kline <>)
Subject: Descendants of SAMUEL SHATTUCK & ELIZABETH BLOOD
Date: Thu, 18 Aug 2005 17:46:08 -0700


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Surnames: SHATTUCK - BLOOD - VARNUM - JEWETT - CHANDLER - WILLARD - PINKHAM
- BACHELDER - ROOT - EMERSON
Classification: Query

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Descendants of SAMUEL SHATTUCK & ELIZABETH BLOOD

Generation No. 1

1. SAMUEL3 SHATTUCK (JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born 1673 in Watertown, Middlesex
County, Massachusetts, and died July 26, 1758 in Groton, Middlesex County,
Massachusetts. He married ELIZABETH BLOOD. She was born April 27, 1675 in
Groton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.

Child of SAMUEL SHATTUCK and ELIZABETH BLOOD is:
2. i. DAVID4 SHATTUCK, b. August 04, 1713, Groton,
Middlesex County, Massachusetts.


Generation No. 2

2. DAVID4 SHATTUCK (SAMUEL3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born August 04, 1713 in
Groton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. He married DOROTHY VARNUM. She was
born December 25, 1715 in Groton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.

Child of DAVID SHATTUCK and DOROTHY VARNUM is:
3. i. SIMEON5 SHATTUCK, b. September 12, 1738, Pepperell,
Middlesex County, Massachusetts.


Generation No. 3

3. SIMEON5 SHATTUCK (DAVID4, SAMUEL3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born September
12, 1738 in Pepperell, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. He married LYDIA
JEWETT, daughter of NEHEMIAH JEWETT and LYDIA BLOOD. She was born March
13, 1743/44
in Groton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.

Child of SIMEON SHATTUCK and LYDIA JEWETT is:
4. i. SIMEON6 SHATTUCK, b. October 04, 1768, Pepperell,
Middlesex County, Massachusetts; d. May 20, 1826, Wheelock, Caledonia County,
Vermont.

Generation No. 4

4. SIMEON6 SHATTUCK (SIMEON5, DAVID4, SAMUEL3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born
October 04, 1768 in Pepperell, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, and died
May 20,
1826 in Wheelock, Caledonia County, Vermont. He married LUCY CHANDLER,
daughter of DAVID CHANDLER. She was born May 13, 1775 in Hanover, Grafton
County,
New Hampshire, and died December 05, 1834.

Children of SIMEON SHATTUCK and LUCY CHANDLER are:
5. i. SALLY7 SHATTUCK, b. November 07, 1804, Wheelock,
Caledonia County, Vermont; d. December 31, 1843, Danville, Caledonia County,
Vermont.
ii. SIMEON C. SHATTUCK, b. December 07, 1800, Wheelock,
Caledonia County, Vermont; m. NANCY WILLARD.


Generation No. 5

5. SALLY7 SHATTUCK (SIMEON6, SIMEON5, DAVID4, SAMUEL3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was
born November 07, 1804 in Wheelock, Caledonia County, Vermont, and died
December 31, 1843 in Danville, Caledonia County, Vermont. She married DANIEL
BACHELDER July 04, 1826 in Danville, Caledonia County, Vermont, son of
JONATHAN
BACHELDER and BETSEY PINKHAM. He was born May 29, 1804 in Stanstead County,
Quebec, Canada, and died February 1874 in Danville, Caledonia County, Vermont.

Children of SALLY SHATTUCK and DANIEL BACHELDER are:
i. JUDKINS R.8 BACHELDER, b. December 13, 1826,
Danville, Caledonia County, Vermont; m. MARTHA W. ROOT, June 10, 1848; b.
Abt. 1826,
Vermont.
ii. LUCY C. BACHELDER, b. June 06, 1828, Danville,
Caledonia County, Vermont.
iii. SIMEON M. BACHELDER, b. March 20, 1830, Danville,
Caledonia County, Vermont.
iv. SAMUEL S. BACHELDER, b. December 10, 1831, Danville,
Caledonia County, Vermont; m. DORCAS J..
v. DANIEL W. BACHELDER, b. August 20, 1836, Danville,
Caledonia County, Vermont.
vi. JONATHAN WILLARD BACHELDER, b. April 13, 1839,
Danville, Caledonia County, Vermont; d. July 25, 1854, Danville, Caledonia
County,
Vermont.
vii. JUDITH D. BACHELDER, b. December 30, 1843, Danville,
Caledonia County, Vermont.
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Made a breakthrough last night on my BACHELDER family of Stanstead County,
Quebec, Canada (Eastern Townships, when I discovered that the History of
Stanstead County by B. F. HUBBARD, incorrectly listed the wife of DANIEL
BACHELDER,
b. 1804, married SALLY SHATTUCK not CHADWICK.
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HISTORY OF STANSTEAD COUNTY by B. F. HUBBARD
(using birthdate from PIERCE's BATCHELDER Genealogy of Oct 9 1776 as it fits
better with BETSEY PINKHAM's birthdate)
Pages 209. & 210.
JONATHAN BACHELDER
JONATHAN BACHELDER, b. in Loudon, N.H. Oct. 9, 1796, (error = should be 1776)
began on No. 10, 9th Range of Stanstead, in 1800. In 1801 m. BETSEY PINKHAM,
b. May 22, 1784. He d. Feb 22, 1842.
CHILDREN:
JUDITH, b. Dec. 30, 1801 - m. ROBERT KELSEY.
DANIEL, b. May 29, 1804 - m. SALLY CHADWICK. (this should be SHATTUCK)
DAVID, b. June 12, 1806 - m. AMANDA KELLUM.
ABIGAIL, b. April 11, 1808 - d. in 1810.
ELECTA, b. April 8, 1810 - m. ISRAEL HOITT.
SAMUEL P., b. May 23, 1812 - m. MARY ANN HUNT.
AHATA, b. March 27, 1816 - m. STEPHEN SMITH.
JAMES W., b. Feb. 18, 1814 - m. MARY ANN INGALLS.
MARTHA, b. Jan. 28, 1818 - m. HOLLIS PHIPPS.
LASURA, b. Sept. 28, 1819 - m. DAVID HOUGHTON.
ELIZA JANE, b. Nov. 2, 1821 - m. JOSHUA LITTLE.
SOPHRONIA, b. March 22, 1822 - m. DAVID HILL.
EMILY, b. Feb. 10, 1824 - m. JONAS KENT.
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>From website: http://www.rootsweb.com/~vermont/CaledoniaStJohnsbury.html
HISTORY OF THE TOWN OF ST. JOHNSBURY
Daniel B. Batchelder, born in Stanstead, Canada, March 20, 1804, went to
Danville, Vt., when about nineteen years old, and learned the trade of
house-joiner. Two years later he married Sally Shattuck, of Danville,
daughter of Simeon
Shattuck, one of the pioneers of that town, and a prominent citizen and
farmer. Here he remained and prosecuted his trade, and cultivated a small
farm the
remainder of his life, with the exception of seven years spent in his native
town. He died in Danville, in February 1874, aged about seventy years. Mrs.
Batchelder died December 30, 1843. They had eight children. Judkins R.
Batchelder,
the eldest, was born in Danville, September 13, 1826, was educated in the
common schools, was a carpenter. At the age of nineteen years he engaged in a
cotton-mill in Lowell, where he spent five or six years. June 10, 1848, he
married Martha W. Root of Royalton, Vt. In 1850 he settled in Peacham,
manufacturing
carriages and furniture, which he continued until 1863, when he removed to
St. Johnsbury and engaged in ornamental and sign painting for E. & T.
Fairbanks
& Co., under a contract, employing from six to twelve men, which business he
continued about sixteen years. Since that time he has owned and conducted a
fine farm in Danville about two years, and conducted a large shoe store in St.
Johnsbury over two years. He is now proprietor of the Batchelder block,
containing eleven tenements, on Prospect avenue, St. Johnsbury.
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