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                          DESCENDANTS OF
                JOSIAH I WARD and HANNAH SMITH

1. JOSIAH I1 WARD, born abt. 1712 (calculated VR); died 12 Mar 1772, ae 60  in West Springfield, Hampden Co., MA.(1) He married on 8 Jun 1738 in Springfield, Hampden Co., MA, HANNAH SMITH (2), born 12 Feb 1715/16 in Springfield, Hampden Co., MA; (3) died 15 May 1789, ae 73  in West Springfield, Hampden Co., MA,(4) daughter of BENJAMIN JR SMITH and MARY BEDORTHA. 
	The name of Josiah Ward (1) does not appear in the probate and land indicesin Hampshire or Hampden Counties, MA. nor is he mentioned in the variousbooks and town histories for Springfield or West Springfield.  He was probably of the William Ward of Sudbury, MA line or perhaps the Wards of Connecticut.  but I could find nothing to prove this theory.
	The baptisms of Josiah's first four children plus daughter Lydia are recorded in the West Springfield printed vital records under date of 17 Sept. 1752.

	Children of JOSIAH I WARD and HANNAH SMITH (5) 
+	2	i	JOSIAH II2 WARD, born 20 Oct 1738 in Springfield, Hampden Co., MA. He married LEAH WEBB. 
+	3	ii	STEPHEN2 WARD, born 7 Dec 1740 in Springfield, Hampden Co., MA. He married (1) MERCY BAGG. He married (2) ABIGAIL PRATT. 
+	4	iii	ABIGAIL2 WARD, born 20 Nov 1743 in Springfield, Hampden Co., MA. She married JOHN WILSON. 
	5	iv	HANNAH2 WARD, born 16 Feb 1746 in Springfield, Hampden Co., MA; died 3 Apr 1787, ae 40  in W. Springfield, Hampden Co., MA. wife of Capt. J.(6) She married on 5 Sep 1768 in W.Springfield, MA, JOHN WILLISON,ES(7) died 7 Oct 1820, ae 81(8) Children (9) i. Ithamer, d. 20 June 1783 struck by lightning, ii. John Burt 19 Apr 1782, others John m1 MARY VAN HORNE 19  Apr 1764 (10).She died 6 June 1766, ae 21.(11)  John m3 Mrs. SARAH HORSFORD  20 Dec.1787. (12)  She died 20 Mar 1814, ae 64 (13) - Children (14) i. Willard b. 4 Oct. 1789, iii. Roderick bap. 27 Sept. 1795 ii Othneil Horsford bp 24 June 1792, 
	6	v	EUNICE2 WARD, born 24 Jan 1749/50 in Springfield, Hampden Co., MA; died  single 24 Jan 1809, ae 60 in W. Springfield, Hampden Co., MA (15). 
	7	vi	LYDIA2 WARD, born 29 Apr 1752 in Springfield, Hampden Co., MA. She married  JOHN BLACK (16). 
+	8	vii	SABRA2 WARD, born 9 Jan 1755 in Springfield, Hampden Co., MA. She married LEWIS DAY. 
	9	viii	ELEANOR2 WARD, born 1 Mar 1757 in Springfield, Hampden Co., MA. 

                            Generation 2

2. JOSIAH II2 WARD (JOSIAH I1), born 20 Oct 1738 in Springfield, Hampden Co., MA.
died perhaps near end of Revolution in Guilford, VT according to Andrew H. Ward’s Ward Genealogy.  He married on 27 Dec 1759 in Springfield, Hampden Co., MA, LEAH WEBB (17), born 8 Mar 1738 in Springfield, Hampden Co., MA; christened 28 May 1738 in lst Church, Springfield, Hampden Co., MA, daughter of CORNELIUS WEBB and MARY OSBORN (18).Leah, death date unknown, is probably buried in Brattleboro, VT with second  husband OLIVER COOK. (19)

	Josiah WARD was a Soldier of the Revolution.  He served as private in
Capt. Abel Dunsmore's Co. Col. Elisha Porter's Hampshire County Regiment
enlisting 7/24/1779; was discharged 31 Aug. 1779; service one month 14 days at New London, CT including 6 days 113 miles travel home. (20) 
	There was no probate record for Josiah in the probate courts of
Hampden, Hampshire Counties, Mass. or Marlboro District, Windham Co., VT nor
did his name appear in the land records of these three places.
	Leah  Webb owned the covenant at the First Church of Springfield, Mass on 8
Feb. 1756. (21)
        Leah (Webb) Ward married 2  OLIVER COOK about 1786.(22) Oliver Cook was born 1 June1735 in Newton, MA. (23), died 4 Jan. 1813, ae 78 years, Brattleboro, Windham Co. VT. (24) son of JOSEPH COOK & MINDWELL HYDE.  He m1 BEULAH KNAPP 20 Jan. 1757 Newton, MA.(25) SEE COOK FAMILY BY COMPILER.

	Children of JOSIAH II WARD and LEAH WEBB (26) :
+	10	i	JOSIAH III3 WARD, born 20 Apr 1760 in Springfield, Hampden Co., MA. He married (1) SARAH COOK. He married (2) HANNAH FIELD. 
	11	ii	ITHAMAR3 WARD, born 2 Mar 1762 in Springfield, Hampden Co., MA; buried 3 Sep 1763 in Old Cemetery, W.Springfield, Hampden Co., MA. a(27) 
+	12	iii	MIRIAM3 WARD, born 27 Mar 1764 in Springfield, Hampden Co., MA. She married JOHN ACKLEY. 
	13	iv	ELAM3 WARD, born 27 Nov 1765 in Springfield, MA; christened 7 Sep 1766 in Springfield, MA. May be the Elam Ward who was a private  in Col. Gideon Burt's 2d company (Hampshire Co.) regiment; entered service 12 June 1782, 4 days; company marched to retake Samuel Ely who was rescued from Springfield jail June 12, 1782 and to oppose the rioters who assembled at Northampton June 16, 1782 e(28) He may also be the Elam WARD who removed to the State of Georgia by the year 1790. Elam of Georgia first appears in Wilkes Co. GA on 29 July 1790 when his name appears on an affidavit for a court case involving a brawl at the home of Nathaniel Durkee, between Durkee and Charles Williamson - witnessed by John Wallace, John Martin & Elam Ward (29) The 1790 Georgia census was destroyed. Elam died between 1840-1845. Elam was probably living in 1840, the male  between 60 & 70 in his son John L.D. Wards’ household (30) On 3 Mar 1845 John L.D. Ward was appointed administrator of Elam Ward’s estate. Elam’s heirs were Ahashalia Johnston, Ithamar Ward, Whitmell H. Pearman, Levi H. Carter, A.M. Jackson?, John L.D. Ward  (31)  Elam married Nancy A. (--)say 1795/6. Nancy was born c1778 in South Carolina (32)  Nancy died 1860-1867. She was living in 1860, ae 83 (33) On 6 Nov. 1867 John L.D. Ward of Clarke Co. GA sold 1/6th parts of the lands of the estate of Elam Ward known as part of the land known as dower lands assigned to Elam’s widow.(34) Children (35) i. Miriam b.abt 1797 m. 28 Jan 1819 Clarke Col GA Whitmell Pearman, ii. Ithamer b 20 Nov. 1799, d Dec. 1863, m1 14 Nov. 1831 Hall Co. GA Grizzellar Major, b 13 Apr 1806, d. 28 July 1856, m2 11 Feb. 1857 Mrs. Nancy Yates, iii.
                               John L.D. b 27 May 1802, d 9 July 1876 Bartow Co. GA m 26 Nov. 1822 Clarke Co. GA Catherine Carmichael b 10 July 1804 NC, d 7 July 1888, dau of William & Sallie Smith, iv. John B.?(36) bc 1804-1810, v. Gabriella b about 1811, m. Levi H. Carter, vi. Frances b. about 1814, d 1850-60 Chattooga Co. GA, m 27 Oct. 1835 Clarke Co. GA Ahashabia Johnson/Johnston b abt 1812 SC; he m2 Lettice Minerva (--)
+	14	v	JARED3 WARD, born 27 Dec 1767 in Springfield, Hampden Co., MA. He married (1) HULDAH COLLINS. He married (2) ASENATH MUNSON RUSSELL. 
	15	vi	ITHAMAR3 WARD, born 23 Nov 1769 in Springfield, Hampden Co., MA; christened 7 Oct 1770 in W. Springfield, Hampden Co., MA. Ithamar may be the one who witnessed a deed on Little Briar Creek,  Warren Co. Georgia 25 Apr 1803 (37). He paid  without land a poll tax in Jones Co. GA in 1814 (38).On 6 Nov 1820 Elam Ward made a statement that he is a brother of Ithamar Ward deceased late a soldier in the U.S. Army, and together with other brothers & sisters (not named)  The said Ithamar Ward was unmarried and without children (39)

3. STEPHEN2 WARD (JOSIAH I1), born 7 Dec 1740 in Springfield, Hampden Co., MA; died 7 Jul 1828, AE 87 in Onondaga, Onondaga Co., NY. (40) He married (1) on 9 Aug 1763 in West Springfield, MA, MERCY BAGG,(41) born 30 Oct 1746 (42); died 15 Nov 1768 in W. Springfield, MA (43), daughter of DAVID BAGG and HANNAH (---).  He married (2) on 5 Jan 1770 in Springfield, MA (44), ABIGAIL PRATT, born abt. 1741; died 18 May 1825 ae 81 in Onondaga, NY.(45) 
	Stephen WARD was a veteran of both the French & Indian and Revolutionary
Wars.  In 1757 he served as private at the capture of Port Henry, Lake George, NY.  In 1781 he was a Soldier in the Conn. State Brigade.(46) He applied for a pension in New York with satisfactory papers but without record. He served in New York but was credited to Shaftsbury, VT in 1790.(47) 
.  The following death notice for Stephen was written on a DAR Application paper without source -" Died -another hero gone - in Onondaga on the 7th inst., Mr. Stephen WARD in 87th year of his age.  A Soldier of the French & Revolutionary War - Died July 7, 1828"(48)

	Children of STEPHEN WARD and MERCY BAGG (49) 
	16	i	CHILD3 WARD, died 16 Feb 1766 in West Springfield, MA. 
	17	ii	DAVID BAGG3 WARD, born 22 Dec 1766 in West Springfield, MA; died 7 Jan 1767 in West Springfield, MA. 
	18	iii	MERCY3 WARD, christened 11 Dec 1768 in West Springfield, MA. 

	19	i	ABIGAIL3 WARD, christened 24 Feb 1771 in West Springfield MA (50). 
	20	ii	RODERICK3 WARD, born abt. 1772 (calculated gs); died 14 Oct. 1865  Onondaga, NY (Gs. op cit, 93rd year).
	21	iii	GRACE ANNE3 WARD, born abt. 1782 in MA(51. She married  GILES CORNISH, born abt. 1790 in CT.. 

4. ABIGAIL2 WARD (JOSIAH I1), born 20 Nov 1743 in Springfield, Hampden Co., MA; died 14 May 1823 in Springfield, Hampden Co., MA; buried  in Park St. Cem., W.Springfield, MA (52). She married on 9 Oct 1766 in West Springfield, MA, JOHN WILSON (53), died 7 Dec 1834 in W. Springfield, MA, buried  in Park St. Cem., W.Springfield, MA.(54) 

	Children of ABIGAIL WARD and JOHN WILSON (55) 
	22	i	JOHN SYLVESTER3 WILSON, born abt. 1767. 
	23	ii	MARTIN3 WILSON, born abt. 1769. 
	24	iii	ABIGAIL3 WILSON, born Nov 1770; died 15 July 1773, AE 2-8-0 in West Springfield, MA. 
	25	iv	CALVIN3 WILSON, born 19 Mar 1773. 
	26	v	HOMER3 WILSON, born abt. 1775; died 1 Sep 1828 in West Springfield, MA. 
	27	vi	ABIGAIL3 WILSON, born abt. 1778; died 26 Mar 1780 AE 2 in West Springfield, MA. 
	28	vii	BEULAH3 WILSON, born Feb 1779. 
	29	viii	FESTUS3 WILSON, born 1 Jul 1780 in West Springfield, MA. 
	30	ix	ALBERT3 WILSON, born 25 Aug 1784 in West Springfield, MA. 

8. SABRA2 WARD (JOSIAH I1), born 9 Jan 1755 in Springfield, Hampden Co., MA; died 25 Sep 1823 in Deerfield, Portage Co., Ohio.(56) She married on 26 Nov 1778 in West Springfield, MA (57), LEWIS DAY, born 19 Jul 1754 in W. Springfield, MA (58), died 17 Feb 1847, ae 92-7-0  in Deerfield, Portage Co., Ohio son of TIMOTHY DAY.(Boston Daily Atlas, 24 Mar. 1847  - At Deerfield, Ohio on 17th ult , Mr. Lewis Day, Revolutionary soldier, born West Springfield, Massachusetts.)  
	Lewis Day served in the Revolution as a minuteman in 1774.  On April 20 marched to Roxbury where he enlisted and served nine months in Capt. Enoch Chapin's company, Col. Timothy Danielson's Mass. regiment. He enlisted 1 Feb. 1776 serving two months in Capt. Stougton's company  He enlisted again in 1776 serving as 2d sergeant and four months in Capt. Samuel Fowler's co, Col. Woodbridge Mass. regiment  He received a pension for his serviced.(59)  In 1778 the DAYS left
Mass. and settled in Granby, Hartford Co. CT where they remained until
1799-1800.(60)  Lewis purchased land in Ohio and went west via wagon arriving in June of 1799. In the fall of this same year he returned to Conn. to collect his family and bring them to their new home.  The Days traveled by ox team and took 40 days to make the trip (61)   Sabra Day died from either the bite of a rattlesnake(62)  or the sting of a wasp.(63)
	Children of SABRA WARD and LEWIS DAY (64) 
	31	i	HORATIO3 DAY, born 19 Jun 1779. 
	32	ii	ALVA3 DAY, born 7 Feb 1781. 
	33	iii	MUNN3 DAY, born 9 Sep 1783. 
	34	iv	SETH3 DAY, born 27 Sep 1785. 
	35	v	LEWIS3 DAY, born 21 Sep 1787. 
	36	vi	SOLOMON3 DAY, born 12 Feb 1790. 
	37	vii	SABRA3 DAY, born 17 Nov 1791; died 5 Sep 1793. 
	38	viii	SABRA 23 DAY, born 1 Jul 1794. 

                               Generation 3

10. JOSIAH III3 WARD (JOSIAH II2, JOSIAH I1), born 20 Apr 1760 in Springfield, Hampden Co., MA. He married (1)  SARAH COOK, christened 2 Jun 1765 in Sutton, Worcester Co., MA(65), died Jun 1802, daughter of OLIVER COOK and BEULAH KNAPP.(66) He married (2) on 7 Nov 1802 in Brattleboro, VT,(67) HANNAH FIELD, christened 13 Aug 1753 in Northfield, MA, daughter of PEDAJAH FIELD and HANNAH (---). (68) 
Josiah 3 supposedly died after Nov. 1802 by falling off a raft in the Ohio River on his way west.(69)  He is probably the Josiah Ward who placed the following advertisement in the Brattleboro Reporter  of  05 Dec  1803 “Whereas  Hannah my Wife has eloped from my place of residence, I therefore forbid all persons harboring or trusting her on my account, as I will pay no debts of her contracting from this date. JOSIAH WARD, Brattleboro 19 May 1803         

 I could not prove this but it may be so as Josiah's brother Jared lived in Huron Co. Ohio and his Aunt Sabra Day lived in Portage County, Ohio.
	Josiah 3 was a Soldier of the Revolution. As a resident of Springfield
and/or West Springfield, MA,  he enlisted several times from 1777 to 1781 for designated periods of time.  In a record dated 2 Apr. 1781 he is listed as a resident of W. Springfield, age 20, 5'7" tall, light complexion, occupation farmer.  He was engaged for the town of Springfield for a period of three years.  In his various enlistment records he is referred to as Josiah or Josiah 2d.(70)
	This third Josiah came from Mass. to Windham Co., VT soon after the
Revolution.  I did not find an entry for him in the 1791 census of Vermont for Windham County but he could have been residing with his father-in-law Oliver COOK who had 3 males over 16, 2 males under 16, and 2 females living in his household.  Josiah 3' s 1800 census entry for Brattleboro reads 2 males under 10, 1 male 26-45; 2 females under 10, 1 female 26-45.
	There is no record for Josiah 3 in Marllboro District, Windham Co., VT Co. Probate Court nor is there anything helpful in the land records in Brattleboro.
	Josiah's children were probably all born in Brattleboro, VT although their
birth's are not recorded there.

	Children of JOSIAH III WARD and SARAH COOK (71) 
+	39	i	JOSIAH IV4 WARD, born 10 Mar 1787 in Brattleboro, Windham Co., VT. He married SYBIL PRATT. 
+	40	ii	SARAH4 WARD, born 28 Feb 1789 in Brattleboro, Windham Co., VT. She married CHESTER WARNER. 
+	41	iii	WILLIAM4 WARD, born 8 Apr 1791 in Brattleboro, Windham Co., VT. He married OLIVIA STEBBINS. 
	42	iv	SABRA4 WARD, born 13 Feb 1793 in Brattleboro, Windham Co., VT; died 8 Nov 1870 in Waltham, Middlesex Co., MA (72). She married (1) on 29 Apr 1816, STEPHEN STONE,(73) born 21 Sep 1786 in Newton, MA(74), died 10 Feb 1832 in Newton, MA, son of JONAS STONE and MARTHA WINCHESTER. (75) She married (2) 26 Mar 1833 Watertown, MA(76) SETH WELLINGTON, born 18 Nov 1785 in Watertown, MA(77); died 7 Jan 1870 in Waltham, MA, son of WILLIAM WELLINGTON and MARY WHITNEY (78). No children by either marriage. Seth m1 1 July 1813 Watertown, MA (79) LOUISA MILES b. 18 Aug. 1794 Holden, MA  (80), died 26 Aug. 1831 Watertown, MA (81) daughter of ISAAC MILES & SUKEY (--)
                            Children (82) i. Susan Louisa b. 16 July 1814, ii. Lydia Maria b. 4 Dec. 1815, iii. Heliodorus b. 8 Mar 1817 iv. Almira b 1 Aug 1818, v. William b. 19 Mar 1820, vi. Emeline b. 21 July 1822, vii. Leander b. 1 Feb. 1824, viii. Sarah Elizabeth b. 1 Dec. 1825, ix. Hannibal b. 27 Sept 1827, x. Aaron Holbrook b. 12 Nov. 1829
43	v	ELECTA4 WARD, born 17 Jan 1795 in Brattleboro, Windham Co., VT; died 5 Apr 1886 in Brattleboro, Windham Co., VT.(83) She married on 15 Sep 1813 in Brattleboro, VT, DERASTUS BENNETT (84), born 6 Jul 1770 (calculated death vr) ; died 10 Mar 1859, ae 88-8-4  in Brattleboro, VT(85), son of NOAH BENNETT and DORTHEA (---). In her will dated 1864, Electa gave her gold beads to Electa Elizabeth EARL, wife of Edwin; her cashmere shawl to Elvira L. ?; her woolen shawl to Harriet Jones, wife of Joseph; a black shawl to widow Jane Nichols and the balance of her clothing to be distributed among these three women plus Louisa WITT, wife of William.  The balance of her estate was to be given to her brother George W.WARD.  An inventory was taken by L.A. Barney & A. Stockwell showed five bankbooks totaling $580. (86)
	44	vi	LEWIS4 WARD, born 1 Feb 1797 in Brattleboro, Windham Co., VT; died aft. 1818.   Lewis was a soldier in the War of 1812.  He enlisted June 1813 in Burlington, VT for a period of two years.  He was captured by the British 25 July 1814 at Londer's Lane.  He was discharged from service Feb. 26, 1818.  On his first enlistment papers at Burlington he was 5'or 6' & 1/2 inch tall, age 16, born Brattleboro, VT.(87)  According to the two Ward Genealogies, he died in the service of his country on the Yellowstone River.  He could have been an Indian Scout or surveyor. 
+	45	vii	HANNAH4 WARD, born 1 Jan 1799 in Brattleboro, Windham Co., VT. She married STEPHEN PROUTY. 
+	46	viii	GEORGE W.4 WARD, born 4 Aug 1800 in Brattleboro, Windham Co., VT. He married EMILY STOCKWELL. 
	47	ix	JARED4 WARD, born 12 Jun 1802 in Brattleboro, Windham Co., VT; died Jun 1804 in Brattleboro, Windham Co., VT.(88) 

                    x.       NELSON died 8 Aug. 1805 Dummerston, VT

12. MIRIAM3 WARD (JOSIAH II2, JOSIAH I1), born 27 Mar 1764 in Springfield, Hampden Co., MA; christened 30 Sep 1764 in W.Springfield, Hampden Co., MA; died 9 May 1850 ae 86 in Wethersfield, Hartford Co., CT; buried  in Rockey Hill Cem. (89) She married  JOHN ACKLEY probably the one christened 4 Sep 1757 in New South Church Boston, MA son of FRANCIS ACKLEY & TABITHA BULL (90)
	There is a probate record for Miriam Ackley at the Conn. State LIbrary in
Hartford which consists of nothing but a bond.
	The listing for John Ackley in 1790 census of Guilford, VT is 1 male over
16, 1 male under 16 & 2 females. There is a John Ackley in the 1800 census  of Hartford Co. CT with l male under 5, 1 male 26-44, 1 female 16-25 and l female 26-44 and this may be John Ackley formerly of Windham Co. VT (91
	John lived in Brattleboro, VT for a few years and then disappeared never to be heard from again.(92)

	Children of MIRIAM WARD and JOHN ACKLEY(93)
+	49	ii	MARY4 ACKLEY, born abt. 1782. She married JOHN FLINT. 

14. JARED3 WARD (JOSIAH II2, JOSIAH I1), born 27 Dec 1767 in Springfield, Hampden Co., MA; christened 10 Jul 1768 in W. Springfield, Hampden Co., MA; died 1857 in Milan, Ohio.(94)  He married (1)  HULDAH COLLINS (95) Huldah died before 1817
He married (2) on 18 Jul 1817 in New London, Ohio (96), ASENATH MUNSON RUSSELL, widow of NATHANIEL RUSSELL.(97)  She was living 1820 in New London, Ohio (98) Children of Asenath (surname Russell)(99)  i. Olcott b. 11 Oct 1806 Mass., ii. Charles 14 May 1808 Charlestown, MA
	According to the death notice of Jared's granddaughter Sarah McEwen,  Jared 
came to the State of Ohio from the State of CT.  (100)  I did not find him listed in the 1790 CT. census but there was one of his name in the 1790 New York state census living in the Town of Balltown, Albany County with a family consisting of 1 male over 16,1 male under 16 and 2 females.  This may be Jared of Ohio; perhaps he came from CT. via the State of New York.
	Jared was in the Town of Mentor, Ohio in 1800 (101)and by the Year 1803 he resided in Painsville, Ohio.(102) Jared came to the Town of Huron, Ohio 1808/9 where he lived on the Flemmond property.  John B. Flemmond, a French Canadian, kept an inn and traded with the Indians.  He served Gen. Harrison as a scout, guide and interpreter during the War of 1812.(103)  Jared lived on the Flemmond property for about one year before removing to Avery, Ohio (now the Town of Milan).
	Betsy (Ward) Collins, a daughter of Jared, in an article published in the
Sept. 1876 Firelands Pioneer, reminisced about the time her father came to
Huron and of the events that happened there.  Mrs. Collins owned a ladies
silver hair comb made by a French blacksmith named Countermarsh made on the
Flemmond place. She also possessed a butter ladle made by the Indian Chief
Ogontz whose home was somewhere near what is now the City of Sandusky, Ohio.
	In Avery, the Wards settled on land which formerly belonged to David
Abbott, another early settler   In the aforementioned work by Mr.
Frohman, he talks of a dance that was held in Squire Abbott's barn on 4 July
1812.  Forty couples attended this affair and for sure Jared and his family
must have been in attendance. (104)
	The Town of Avery was the site for Fort Avery, a military outpost used
during the War of 1812.  The chief means of transportation in this area was of course by water since Avery was located on the Huron River near Lake Erie.
Jared Ward owned a dugout canoe 50 ft long which his son Elam helped to propel from Ward's landing.(105) In the early years Avery was susceptible to Indian attack but this threat diminished upon the outbreak of the war in 1812.
	In the Firelands Pioneer of May 1859 (page 45) Mrs. Lucy A. Stevens talked
about her early school days in Milan.  She had this to say about the Ward
Family, "The scholars were myself and sister, the two Barrets (I do not know
where they are), Rhoda Ward (who died in Michigan fifteen or twenty years ago), Sally Ward (who died in Peru seventeen or eighteen years ago), Betsey Ward (now the wife of Isaac Collins in Huron), Elam Ward (of this place)."
	In the Spring of 1811 a road was laid out in Avery by Jared Ward, Jabez
Wright and Charles Barnum.  In 1815 Jared's name was on a tax bill in Huron
Township and in April of 1819 he was a member of the jury for a trial involving two Indians who murdered two men from Danbury, Erie Co., Ohio.(106)
	On the DAR Revolutionary Soldier Roster for Ohio as well as other
published material, Jared Ward is called a Revolutionary Soldier with 
rank of Colonel.  This is probably in error as during the years of the Revolution,
Jared Ward would have been aged eight to fifteen years, a bit young to serve,
especially as a Colonel.  It is more likely that he was a Soldier in the War of 1812 serving at perhaps Fort Avery, although I did not find his name in the Roster of Ohio Soldiers in the War of 1812. Perhaps this was another Jared Ward.
+	50	i	SARAH4 WARD, born abt. 1801/02 in Painsville, Ohio. She married ZEBULON STEVENS. 
	51	ii	BETSY4 WARD, born abt. 1803/04 in Painesville, Ohio (107); died 1 Sep 1877 in Huron, Ohio ae 74; buried  in Milan Cem.(108). She married  ISAAC COLLINS, born abt. 1804 in Tioga Point, PA; (109) died 
                              Dec.  1879; (Gs. op. 75) , son of JOHN COLLINS and RUTH SAXTON. (110) The History of Huron, Ohio says that "her father (Jared) came to Huron when she was four years of age." Betsy resided in Milan, Ohio until 1858. Isaac Collins was in Huron, Ohio early.  He went to Columbus, Ohio in 1812 and removed to Milan, Ohio in 1818. He helped to raise the courthouse at the old county seat.(111)
+	52	iii	ELAM4 WARD, born abt. 1805/06. He married (1) CHRISTIAN BAYARD. He married (2) JANE E. MERRY. 
	53	iv	RHODA4 WARD, probably died abt. 1840/41. since her husband remarried in 1842.(112) She married on 19 Dec 1815, ELI HUBBARD, son of NOAH ELY HUBBARD & PRUDENCE KELLOGG born 13 June 1783 Sheffield, Berkshire Co. MA, died 9 Mar. 1856. (113)  Children per 1850 OH cn, Lucas Co.  Sylvania & Day’s Hubbard History: i. Caroline bc 1816, ii. Hiram .bc1818, iii. Asher bc1820 iv.  Henry bc 1821, v. Sarah bc  1823, vi.  Noah bc 1825, vii. Elizabeth, viii.  William bc 1828, ix. Lucy bc 1832, x. Frances M. b. c1833, xi. Mary Ann  bc 1836.   Eli married 2 Catherine Emmons? Van Alstine 16 Mar. 1842 Lucas Co. OH (LDS record) Catherine born about 1807 in New York State  according to 1850 census  She was living in 1860, ae 53, born NY in Sylvania, Ohio according to the census of that year.  Catherine may have married ABRAHAM VAN ALSTINE 4 Jan. 1827 in Reform Dutch Church of Fonda, NY.
+	54	v	COLLINS4 WARD, born abt. 1812 in Ohio. He married (1) LAURA THOMAS (2) BARBARA ASSELSTINE    
     54A      vi.        RETURN  J.M. WARD, born 8 June 1815 Ohio, died  12 June 1857, Toledo, Ohio “by hanging”  married  (1)  SARAH LAMSON,  (2)  OLIVE  (Bickford) DAVIS, (3) SUSAN REESE.  Return  was a serial killer.  See Gayle E. Gindy, Murder in Sylvania , Ohio, as told I 1857 (Bloomington, In, author, 2007) 

                         Generation 4

39. JOSIAH IV4 WARD (JOSIAH III3, JOSIAH II2, JOSIAH I1), born 10 Mar 1787 in Brattleboro, Windham Co., VT; died 14 Feb 1850, ae 63 in W. Brattleboro, Windham Co., VT. (114) He married on 19 May 1809 in Dummerston, Windham Co., VT (115), SYBIL PRATT, born abt. 1790 (calculated death rec) in Marlboro, Windham Co., VT; died 19 May 1858, ae 68 (116) in Brattleboro, Windham Co., VT, daughter of ASA PRATT and SYBIL HARRIS. 
	Josiah 4 was a resident of District 3 in West Dummerston, VT in 1810.(117) There are no land records recorded at Dummerston for Josiah (4).
	During the Years 1815 - 1833 Josiah 4 made several purchases of land in
West Brattleboro and by 1847 his farm consisted of 235 acres. On 15 May 1815
Josiah Jr. purchased 75 acres of land in Halifax from Amos Gore for $850 - Wtn: Stephen Greenleaf & Barna Pratt.(118)  On 18 Apr 1815 he purchased land from Thaddeus Miller for $100, Lot 13, 2d Range in Brattleboro, Wtn: Alpheus Greenleaf & Hepsibah? Salisbury. (119). On 11 May 1821 Josiah exchanged land Thaddeus Miller, witnesses Stephen Greenleaf & Samuel Miller.(120) He exchanged land with A. Stoddard on 3 May 1825 Wtn: Thomas & Stephen Greenleaf.(121) On 3 Sept 1833 he exchanged land with Samuel Farwell.(122) On 3 Sept 1833 Josiah purchased land from Reuben Church for the sum of $140.00.(123)
	On 10 July 1847 Josiah sold for the sum of $4000 land in West Brattleboro to his son William Ward this land being "all the farm I now own, on which I live consisting of 235 acres." William Ward for the consideration of $500 paid by Josiah Ward purchased one undivided half of the farm "on which I William Ward and the said Josiah Ward now live" "I having mortgaged the other half of said farm to secure his support."  William Ward was to maintain and support Josiah and wife Sybil Ward during their lifetimes. Among other things William was to give Josiah Ward $5.00 spending money every March.  He was to furnish sd Josiah with a suitable horse & carriage, one good cow, suitable number of barn fowls, good dry wood etc.  Also, William "shall permit his sister Julia to have a home in the house with her parents and board her with them whenever she shall be there out of employment or unable to work and shall also support, maintain and clothe his other sister Laura.....til she arrives at the age of 18." William was also to support and maintain Josiah's granddaughter Anna Ward.(124) 
	Josiah 4's death notice was printed in the Semi-Weekly Eagle, Sunday
evening February 25, 1850, Vol. III #57, Whole #265, Page 3 and reads "In this town Feb. 14, Mr. Josiah Ward aged 63 - also Feb. 16 Miss Laura Ett Ward, aged 18.  It is seldom that a more painful event occurs within the family circle than that which is brought before us in these two sudden deaths in one house, from which two coffins, containing a father and daughter, were borne to the grave at the same time. Such a scene as this funeral presented is rarely witnessed. Both the deceased were of adult age, and in each case the work of death had been short. The daughter's last sickness being confined to a single week and the father's embracing only 48 hours.  Truly may it be said that we 'know not what a day might bring forth',  Mr. Ward was a worthy citizen, much respected by all who knew him, for his strict integrity, as well as his useful industry, and his loss will be deeply felt not only in the doubly bereaved family, but in the community where he has long resided and sustained an irreproachable character."
 		Children of JOSIAH IV WARD and SYBIL PRATT (125) 
+	55	i	NANCY ANN5 WARD, born 9 Jul 1809 in Brattleboro, Windham Co., VT. She married MARCUS WORDEN. 
+	56	ii	NELSON5 WARD, born 17 Nov 1810 in Brattleboro, Windham Co., VT. He married JERUSHA THOMAS. 
+	57	iii	SARAH5 WARD, born 11 Apr 1813 in Brattleboro, Windham Co., VT. She married ROYAL MIXER. 
+	58	iv	WILLIAM5 WARD, born 2 Jan 1816 in Brattleboro, Windham Co., VT. He married MARY NEWTON
	59	v	JOHN WELLS5 WARD, born 20 Jun 1818 in Brattleboro, Windham Co., VT. He married  ELECTA ELLIOT. 
	60	vi	STEPHEN H.5 WARD, born 12 Oct 1820 in Brattleboro, Windham Co., VT; buried 13 Sep 1824 in Robertson Cem., W.Brattleboro, Windham Co., VT. 
+	61	vii	DAVID PRATT5 WARD, born 4 Jan 1823 in Brattleboro, Windham Co., VT. He married ANNAH TEMPLE WINCHESTER. 
	62	viii	HENRY5 WARD, born 21 Jan 1824 in Brattleboro, Windham Co., VT; buried 26 Oct 1828 in Robertson Cem., W.Brattleboro, Windham Co., VT (Gs. op. cit)
	63	ix	LUCY R.5 WARD, born 3 Feb 1827 in Brattleboro, Windham Co., VT; buried 22 Jul 1831 in Robertson Cem., W.Brattleboro, Windham Co., VT (Gs. op cit.)
+	64	x	JULIA ANN5 WARD, born 7 May 1829 in Brattleboro, Windham Co., VT. She married CHARLES G. ROEL. 
	65	xi	LAURETTE5 WARD, born 11 Sep 1831 in Brattleboro, Windham Co., VT; died single 16 Feb 1850 in Brattleboro, Windham Co., VT; (Gs.op. cit) 

40. SARAH4 WARD (JOSIAH III3, JOSIAH II2, JOSIAH I1), born 28 Feb 1789 in Brattleboro, Windham Co., VT; died 1 Sep 1821.(126) She married on 4 Jan 1816, CHESTER WARNER, died 13 May 1875 in Skaneateles, Onondaga Co., NY, son of GIDEON WARNER and MERCY PARSONS.(127)  Chester m2 25 Sept. 1822 (128) Relief Cook b. 13 Oct. 1800 Brattleboro, VT (129)`, d 9 Feb. 1873 (130)  daughter of OLIVER COOK Jr. & ELIZABETH DAVIS Children (surname Warner) i. Sarah bc 1824,(131) ii. Electa R.(132) bc Dec. 1826, d. 17 July 1854, ae 27-7, iii. Edwin (133) bc 1837

	Children of SARAH WARD and CHESTER WARNER (134) 
	66	i	LEVI PARSONS5 WARNER, born 13 Dec 1818. 
	67	ii	HENRY5 WARNER, born 28 Feb 1821. 

41. WILLIAM4 WARD (JOSIAH III3, JOSIAH II2, JOSIAH I1), born 8 Apr 1791 in Brattleboro, Windham Co., VT; died 13 Mar 1863 ae 72 135), in Deerfield, MA. He married on 31 Jan 1820 in Deerfield, MA,(136) OLIVIA STEBBINS, born 25 Oct 1789 in Deerfield, Franklin Co. MA (137), died Mar 1863 in Deerfield, MA (138), daughter of EBENEZER STEBBENS and REBECCA LEONARD. 

	Children of WILLIAM WARD and OLIVIA STEBBINS (139):
	68	i	ROYAL LIVINGSTON5 WARD, born 21 Aug 1820. 
	69	ii	JULIA LEONARD5 WARD, born 19 Apr 1822. 
	70	iii	WILLIAM WAINWRIGHT5 WARD, born 21 Aug 1823. 
	71	iv	CHILD5 WARD, born 3 Sep 1825; died 3 Sep 1825. 
	72	v	FANNY GRAVES5 WARD, born 12 Jan 1827. 
	73	vi	MOSES STEBBENS5 WARD, born 2 Jan 1829. 
	74	vii	LOTA ROOT5 WARD, born 8 Aug 1830. 

45. HANNAH4 WARD (JOSIAH III3, JOSIAH II2, JOSIAH I1), born 1 Jan 1799 in Brattleboro, Windham Co., VT; died 13 Sep 1859 in Brattleboro, Windham Co., VT (140) She married abt. 1820, STEPHEN PROUTY, born Sept. 1795 (141), d 8 Jan. 1873, Ae 73 Lyndon, VT (142) son of FRANCIS PROUTY and MARY KENDALL.  

	Children of HANNAH WARD and STEPHEN PROUTY (143)
	75	i	ELVIRA A.5 PROUTY, born 25 Aug 1820. 
	76	ii	HARRIET5 PROUTY, born 3 Feb 1822. 
	77	iii	STEPHEN5 PROUTY, born 25 Jan 1824. 
	78	iv	CHARLES5 PROUTY, born 1 Feb 1826. 
	79	v	AUSTIN5 PROUTY, born 26 Jan 1829. 
	80	vi	SAMUEL5 PROUTY, born 22 Mar 1831. 
	81	vii	EDWARD5 PROUTY, born 5 Mar 1833. 
	82	viii	LOUISA M.5 PROUTY, born 22 Mar 1834. 
	83	ix	HENRY5 PROUTY, born 23 Dec 1841. 
	84	x	JANE5 PROUTY, born 25 Aug 1839. 

46. GEORGE W.4 WARD (JOSIAH III3, JOSIAH II2, JOSIAH I1), born 4 Aug 1800 in Brattleboro, Windham Co., VT; died 10 Jul 1892 in Brattleboro, Windham Co., VT (144) He married on 3 May 1825 (145), EMILY STOCKWELL, born Jan 1804   (146); died 10 Jul 1876 in W. Brattleboro, VT (147), daughter of ARAD STOCKWELL and SALLY HARRIS. 
	Children of GEORGE W. WARD and EMILY STOCKWELL  (148) 
	85	i	EMMA ROCKWOOD5 WARD, born 6 Feb 1826 in West Brattleboro, VT. 
	86	ii	CALISTA C.5 WARD, born 21 Apr 1828 in West Brattleboro, VT. 
	87	iii	GEORGE P.5 WARD, born 6 May 1830 in West Brattleboro, VT. 
	89	v	LAWSON F.5 WARD, born 31 May 1835 in West Brattleboro, VT. 
	90	vi	ARAD STOCKWELL5 WARD, born 9 Jul 1837 in West Brattleboro, VT. 
	91	vii	JOSEPH JEROME5 WARD, born 13 Dec 1845 in West Brattleboro, VT. 

49. MARY4 ACKLEY (MIRIAM3 WARD, JOSIAH II2, JOSIAH I1), born abt. 1782; died 30 Aug 1847 in Wethersfield, CT In 65th Year.(149) She married in Nov 1804 in Wethersfield, CT,(150) JOHN FLINT, born abt. 1778 (calculated VR}; died 31 Aug. 1854 ae 76 in Wethersfield, CT.(151) 

	Children of MARY ACKLEY and JOHN FLINT 
	92	i	JARED W.5 FLINT, christened abt. 1804, died 31 Dec. 1841, 37th Yr in Wethersfield, CT, buried  in Rocky Hill Cem.. He married on 20 Nov 1828 in Wethersfield, CT, SALLY FRANCIS(152). 
	93	ii	MARIA W.5 FLINT, born abt. 1807; died 30 Aug 1880,in Wethersfield, CT; (Gs op. cit. AE 73)She married  WILLIAM W. WARNER, born abt. 1804; died 10 Nov. 1885, in Wethersfield, Ct; (Gs. op cit, ae 82)
	94	iii	MARIA5 FLINT, born abt. 1809; buried 2 Dec 1813, ae 4 (Gs. 4). 
	95	iv	CAROLINE E.5 FLINT, born abt. 1825. 
	96	v	LUCY5 FLINT, born abt. 1828 (153). 

50. SARAH4 WARD (JARED3, JOSIAH II2, JOSIAH I1), born abt. 1801/02 in Painsville, Ohio; died abt. 1842 in Peru, Ohio.(154). She married 1 Mar 1817 New London, Ohio (155), ZEBULON STEVENS,son of THOMAS STEVENS and RHODA CA;LENDER  died abt. 1829 in Huron, Ohio.(156)
 	Zebulon Stevens was a blacksmith.  In 1824 the family removed from Milan to Huron, Ohio Zebulon was superintendent of a bridge being built in Milan Ohio in 1823 (157)
	Children of SARAH WARD and ZEBULON STEVENS  (158)
      97           I.   HENRY  STEVENS bc 1818, died young 
      97a         Ii    HULDAH5 STEVENS, born abt. 1819  died  2 Jul 1888 in Sandusky, Ohio; buried  in Oakland Cem. (Gs)  She married  THOMAS C. McEWEN, born abt. 1816 son of FRANCIS McQUEON died  16 May 1893 in Sandusky, Ohio (Gs. op. cit.)  Children :  i. CONSTANT LAKE McEWEN  was born on 3 Jul 1839 & died on 20 Dec 1916 in Sandusky , Ohio. &  was buried Oakland Cem. there. CONSTANT married MARGARET GILDER  daughter of JOHN GILDER and CATHERINE SCHECK in 1874.  MARGARET was born on 19 Feb. 1849  &  died on 17 Jan 1938 in Sandusky , Ohio. & was buried Oakland Cem. , ii.  THOMAS LAMAR McEWEN  was born  c1840/41 in Milan, Ohio. He died on 3 Aug 1888 in Sandusky , Ohio   THOMAS married KATE BALL  daughter of ALBERT  BALL and MARY CHANDLER.  KATE was born in Apr 1850 &  died  9 Jul 1940  in Newark, Lucus Co.  Ohio .. Iii  SARAH E McEWEN  was born on 9 Aug 1842 in Peru. Ohio. She died  single on 18 Mar 1933 in Sandusky, Ohio. &  was buried Oakland Cem.(158f).  
	98	ii	RHODA5 STEVENS, born  c1821#.  d  single Huron, Ohio  11 July 1905, ae 83 (158a)
	99	iii	BETSY5 STEVENS born abt 1823 & died 3 Jun 1901 in Sandusky, Ohio. .  BETSY married PETER A HATHAWAY  son of CALAB HATHAWAY and RACHEL WOOD on 9 Feb 1851 in Milan, Ohio. PETER was born about 1824. &  d on 9 Feb 1880 in Milan, Ohio.  Children:    i. SARAH HATHAWAY  was born on 18 Jan 1852 in Milan Ohio &  died on 3 May 1924 in Sandusky , Ohio. &  was buried Milan, Ohio in Milan Cem.  SARAH married WILLIAM ROSEKELLY  son of EDWARD ROSEKELLY and MARY JEFFERSON on 8 Dec 1886  WILLIAM was born on 16 Jan 1851 & died on 15 Sep 1926 in Milan Ohio. ii.SAMUEL HATHAWAY  was born on 21 Mar 1856 in Milan, Ohio. &  died single on 15 Jan 1884 in Milan Ohio. 
	    100        Iv THOMAS5 STEVENS  died young
	101	        v       WILLIAM5 K. STEVENS  was born c1826 & died 23 Apr 1895 in Sandusky, Ohio , married MARY ELIZABETH McCULLOUGH  daughter of DAVID McCULLOUGH and CATHERINE TUMBLESON on 5 Sep 1855 in Mansfield, Ohio. MARY was born  c1835. She died on 27 Dec 1898 in Cleveland, Ohio.(160i)  Children i.  McCULLOUGH STEVENS  was born in 1856. He died on 22 Sep 1899 in Cleveland, Ohio. He was buried in Woodlawn Cem. there.    McCULLOUGH married NETTIE WETZ  daughter of JOHN WETZ and ALILIA BARBER. NETTIE was born c 1862. She died on 25 Jan 1931 in Cleveland, Ohio. & was buried Woodlawn Cem. in Cleveland, Ohio. ii. SALLY C. STEVENS  was born on 12 Dec 1859 in Louisiana.  died single on 3 Feb 1920 in Toledo, Ohio. & was buried Mansfield, Ohio. iii.  DAVID McCULLOUGH STEVENS  was born on 3 Aug 1863 in Alexandria, LA. He died on 5 Aug 1939 in Little Neck Long Island NY. He was buried Sandusky, Ohio. DAVID married SOPHIA BAETZ  daughter of CARL BAETZ and MARY GRANT in 1890. SOPHIA was born in 1866 in  Ohio. iv.  MINNIE M STEVENS  was born in Oct 1866 in Louisiana. She died on 10 Oct 1932 in Toledo, Ohio. MINNIE married GEORGE E BARGA  son of LEWIS BARGA and SAMANTHA SMITH. GEORGE was born on 12 Mar 1860 in Shelby, Ohio. He died on 21 Nov 1922 in Toledo, Ohio. 
		          v.	CATHERINE HULDAH STEVENS  was born in 1868 in  Louisiana. She died on 21 May 1922 in Cleveland, Ohio. She was buried Cleveland, Ohio in Woodlawn Cem. ae 55. CATHERINE married WILLIAM E BURKHOLDER . WILLIAM died before 1900 as Catharine was called widow in census of that year.. vi.  CONSTANT STEVENS  was born in Jun 1870 in Mansfield, Ohio. He died on 15 Nov 1915 in Toledo, Ohio.  vii.	HARRY STICKNEY STEVENS  was born on 8 Aug 1873 in Mansfield, Ohio. He died on 24 Dec 1940 in Cleveland, Ohio. 

52. ELAM4 WARD (JARED3, JOSIAH II2, JOSIAH I1), born abt. 1805/06; died Oct 1888 in Milan, Ohio; buried  in Quaker Cem., Milan, Ohio. He married (1)  CHRISTIAN BAYARD, born about 1810 (calculated gs) died 1864, (Gs. op cit, ae 54)  He married (2)  JANE E. MERRY, born abt. 1815; died 6 Feb 1891 in Sandusky, Ohio (Gs. op cit), daughter of WHITNEY MERRY and ELIZABETH PEABODY. 
	(The Firelands Pioneer 1891:128) Elam WARD, an aged and highly respected
citizen of Milan township, dropped dead while talking to a neighbor, Mr. George
Schaffer, in a field on the latter's farm, east of this place, on Tuesday last.
Mr. Ward, who was eighty-four years of age, was engaged in conversation about
some matter of business and had become somewhat excited, when, without any
warning, he fell face downward to the earth, and died almost at once "Milan
Ledger Oct. 17, 1887) Note: year on gravestone may be incorrect)
	(Firelands Pioneer 1891, Page 128) Mrs. Jane E. Merry WARD died in
Sandusky, Ohio February 6, 1891 in the seventy-sixth year of her life. Mrs.
Ward was the second daughter of Whitney and Elizabeth Peabody Merry deceased,
of Wheatland, Monroe Co. NY.  She was the widow of the late Elam Ward of Milan.

	Children of ELAM WARD and CHRISTIAN BAYARD  (159)
	102	i	CATHERINE5 WARD, born abt. 1836 in Milan, Ohio; died 1840, Ae 06; buried  in Quaker Cem.  
	103	ii	ELAM Jr. WARD, born abt. 1838. 
	104	iii	ELIZA5 WARD, born abt. 1839. 
	105	iv	BETSEY5 WARD, born abt. 1843. 
	106	v	HENRY5 WARD, born abt. 1841. 
	107	vi	SALLY5 WARD, born abt. 1846. 
	108	vii	HULDAH5 WARD, born abt. 1850. 

54. COLLINS4 WARD (JARED3, JOSIAH II2, JOSIAH I1), born abt. 1812 in Ohio (160). 1886.(161)married on 3 Oct 1832 in Monroe Co. Michigan, LAURA THOMAS (162) living in 1850 per census but was deceased by 1860 when Collins is listed in census with wife Barbara.   COLLINS WARD married 2 BARBARA ASSELSTINE NOCKES, widow of JUSTIN NOCKES who was living in 1850 per census and died prior to 1860 when Barbara was wife of Collins per census.  Barbara was born  12 Apr 1808 in Vermont and died 29 July 1894 and is buried in Van Auken Cem. Whiteford, Monroe Co. MI.(163)

     1850 MI cn Monroe Co., Whiteford, 605 WARD: Collins ae 39 ,  Laura ae 36, Jared ae 16, Huldah ae 13, Francis ae 9, Helen ae 6, Sarah ae 4, George ae 2 first 4 born Ohio, others b. Michigan

       1850 MI cn  Monroe Co. Whiteford, 605 NOCKES: Judson ae 47 farmer born VT, Barbara ae 42 b. VT, Miranda ae 16 b NY, Oscar ae 10 b NY Adalberth? ae ? NY, Napoleon ae 3/12 b MI PORTER: Elizar 38 farmer b CAN, Fayette ae 07 MI, Alzina
ae ? MI

         1860 MI cn Monroe Co. Whiteford, 52 WARD: Collins ae 49 farmer $2000/$300, b. Ohio, Barbara ae 52 b. VT, Huldah ae 23 b MI, Maria ae 19 MI, Helen ae 17 MI
Sarah A. ae 15 MI, George ae 12 MI, Levi ae 08 MI, NOKES: Napoleon B. ae 10 MI

           1870 MI cn Monroe Co. Whiteford, 34 WARD: Collins ae 58 farmer, $2000/$300, b. Ohio, Barbary ae 62 housekeeping n VT, Huldah ae 33 At home Ohio, George ae 21 farm hand MI, Levi  ae 17 at home MI

            1880 cn Monroe Co., Whiteford, 609d WARD: Collins ae 68 farmer . OH parents b VT, Barbary, wife, ae 72 b VT,  keeping house, Hulda dau. ae 44 b OH, father b OH, mother born VT

	Children of COLLINS WARD and LAURA THOMAS (164)
	109	i	JARED5 WARD, born abt. 1834. 
	110	ii	HULDAH5 WARD, born abt. 1837. 
	111	iii	FRANCES MARION5 WARD, born abt. 1841. 
	112	iv	HELEN5 WARD, born abt. 1844. 
	113	v	SARAH5 WARD, born abt. 1846. 
	114	vi	GEORGE5 WARD, born abt. 1848. 
       114A  vii.        LEVI WARD, born c1852/3 may be child of either wife
                           Generation 5

55. NANCY ANN5 WARD (JOSIAH IV4, JOSIAH III3, JOSIAH II2, JOSIAH I1), born 9 Jul 1809 in Brattleboro, Windham Co., VT; buried 18 Mar 1856 in Stafford Cem., Halifax, Windham Co., VT. She married on 30 Mar 1834 in Brattleboro, Windham Co., VT, MARCUS WORDEN, born 28 Sep 1812 in Halifax, Windham Co., VT; died 24 Oct 1906 in Guilford, Windham Co., VT; buried  in Stafford Cem., Halifax, VT, son of PETER Jr WORDEN and BARBRA STAFFORD. SEE WORDEN FAMILY BY COMPILER
	115	i	FRANCIS HENRY6 WORDEN, born 18 Jun 1836 in Guilford, Windham Co., VT; died 15 Jan 1838; buried  in Stafford Cem., Halifax, Windham Co., VT. 
	116	ii	SUSAN ANN6 WORDEN, born 19 Sep 1840 in Guilford, Windham Co., VT
	117	iii	MARCUS HERBERT6 WORDEN, born 16 Dec 1843 in Guilford, Windham Co., VT 
	118	iv	HENRY LEVETT6 WORDEN, born 2 May 1845 in Guilford, Windham Co., VT; died 29 Jan 1860; buried  in Stafford Cem., Halifax, VT.   Died of canker rash, aged 14 yrs 9 mos. (VT Phoenix Sat. 25 Feb. 1860).
	119	v	BAXTER HOLBROOK6 WORDEN, born 21 Sep 1847 in Guilford, Windham Co., VT

56. NELSON5 WARD (JOSIAH IV4, JOSIAH III3, JOSIAH II2, JOSIAH I1), born 17 Nov 1810 in Brattleboro, Windham Co., VT; died 4 Dec 1891 in Brattleboro, Windham Co., VT. (165) 
married on 4 Dec 1831 in Halifax, VT(166) JERUSHA THOMAS, born 2Sept.1811 (calculated newspaper record) died 10 Sep 1871 in Brattleboro, VT ae 59-11-17  (167)dau of BENJAMIN THOMAS and SALLY HATCH. 

	Children of NELSON WARD and JERUSHA THOMAS (168)
      120                  OSCAR J.6 WARD, born 23 Jan 1834 in Halifax, Windham Co. VT. 
	121	ii	SARAH ANN6 WARD, born 12 Mar 1839 in Brattleboro, VT; died 21 Jan 1842 in Brattleboro, VT. 
	122	iii	AUSTIN HARRISON6 WARD, born 17 Dec 1840 in Brattleboro, VT. 
	123	iv	SARAH ANN6 WARD, born 17 Mar 1845 in Brattleboro, VT. 
	124	v	ORVILLE E.6 WARD, born 23 Dec 1852 in Brattleboro, VT. 
	125	vi	SABRA JANE6 WARD, born 23 Apr 1855 in Brattleboro, VT. 

57. SARAH5 WARD (JOSIAH IV4, JOSIAH III3, JOSIAH II2, JOSIAH I1), born 11 Apr 1813 in Brattleboro, Windham Co., VT; died 17 Oct 1874, ae 61-6-6 in Brattleboro, Windham Co., VT.(169)ROYAL MIXER, died 7 Dec 1868, ae 62-08-10 in Brattleboro, VT, son of DANIEL MIXER and ABIGAIL (---). He is buried in Prospect Hill Cem. Brattleboro (gravestone).
	Child of SARAH WARD and ROYAL MIXER (170)
	126	i	LUCY ROANA6 MIXER, born 16 Jun 1835 in West Brattleboro, VT; died 14 Mar 1850. 

58. WILLIAM5 WARD (JOSIAH IV4, JOSIAH III3, JOSIAH II2, JOSIAH I1), born 2 Jan 1816 in Brattleboro, Windham Co., VT; died 18 Apr 1885 in Shelburne Falls, Franklin Co., MA.(171)married on 6 May 1841(172)
 MARY NEWTON , died 24 May 1872 in Brattleboro, VT#, daughter of WINCHESTER NEWTON and MARY ROBERTSON. 
	Children of WILLIAM WARD and MARY NEWTON (173)
	127	i	WILLARD CHARLES6 WARD, born 28 Jul 1841 in Brattleboro, VT. 
	128	ii	ANNA SOPHIA6 WARD, born 14 Mar 1844 in Brattleboro, VT. 
	129	iii	ELLA SORIAH6 WARD, born 30 Jun 1848 in Brattleboro, VT. 
	130	iv	EMMA LUCIA6 WARD, born 15 May 1852 in Brattleboro, VT. 
	131	v	EVA LUCY6 WARD, born 15 May 1852 in Brattleboro, VT. 
	132	vi	FREDERICK W.6 WARD, born 6 Jan 1854 in Brattleboro, VT. 
	133	vii	LIZZIE B.6 WARD, born 16 May 1855 in Brattleboro, VT. 
	134	viii	MARY ELECTA6 WARD, born 8 Jul 1861 in Brattleboro, VT. 

61. DAVID PRATT5 WARD (JOSIAH IV4, JOSIAH III3, JOSIAH II2, JOSIAH I1), born 4 Jan 1823 in Brattleboro, Windham Co., VT; died 31 Oct 1850 in Brattleboro, Windham Co., VT (Gs. Robertson Cem. W. Brattleboro, VT). He married on 10 Oct 1844 in Brattleboro, VT,(174)
 ANNAH TEMPLE WINCHESTER, born 23 May 1825 in West Brattleboro, VT; died 26 Apr 1845 in Brattleboro, VT, daughter of JUBAL WINCHESTER and CHARLOTTE GRAVES (Gs. op. cit.).
	The Semi-Weekly Eagle - Thursday Evening Nov. 7, 1850 #338 (In this Town
Oct. 30, Mr. David P. Ward, aged 27 -The deceased has closed a sorrowful life
which in his bereavement of his faithful companion ere he had long endured our
society in his severe body sufferings which had increased upon him through
years of feeble health were among his painful scenes.  In this event another
breach has been made in the family circle which has been sadly broken within
the few months past.  A father and a sister were together bourne to the graves since  the commencement of the present year - now a brother has followed leaving the widowed mother and sorrowing brothers and sisters heavily oppressed with loneliness and grief.

	135	i	ANNA TEMPLE6 WARD, born 22 Mar 1845 in Brattleboro, Vt. 

64. JULIA ANN5 WARD (JOSIAH IV4, JOSIAH III3, JOSIAH II2, JOSIAH I1), born 7 May 1829 in Brattleboro, Windham Co., VT; died 9 Jan 1858 in Dummerston, Windham Co., VT.(176) She married on 6 May 1851 in Brattleboro, VT (177) MOSES G. ROEL, born 4 Mar 1822 (180)d in 1893 (1 80)MOSES ROEL and OLIVE FRENCH. 
	Children of JULIA ANN WARD and CHARLES G. ROEL (178)
	136	i	CHARLES ALFRED6 ROEL, born 6 May 1852; died 20 Mar 1866. 
	137	ii	AUSTIN WILLIAM6 ROEL, born 25 Dec 1853 in West Dummerston, VT. 
	138	iii	SYLVANUS B.6 ROEL, born 19 Dec 1855. 
	139	iv	EDSON MOSES6ROEL born 28 Dec. 1857


1.  West Springfield MA printed VR, 298
2.  Thomas B. Warren, Springfield Families {typescript NEH&G 1934/35}
3.  Ibid
4   See 0ote #1
5   See Note #2
6.  West Springfield MA printed VR, 302
7.  Ibid, 173
8.  Ibid, 302
9.  Ibid 302, 229
10. Ibid, 173
11. Ibid, 302
12. Ibid, 173
13. ibid, 303
14. Ibid, 230
15. Ibid, 298
16. See Note #2
17. Ella May Lewis, Baptisims, Marriages and Deaths  1736-1809 at First Church of  Christ Springfield Mass. {Springfield 1938} p.63
18. See Note #2
19. Death not recorded in Vital Records at Middlesex, VT or Brattleboro Town  Clerks Office
20. Mass. Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolution {Boston} Vol. 16:538
21. Church Record Springfield Public Lib.
22. Andrew Henshaw Ward, Ward Family Genealogy {Boston, Samuel S. Drake, 1851}p. 242
23. Newton MA printed VR, 42
24. GS: Meetinghouse Hill Cem. BrAttleboro VT
25. Newton MA printed  VR, 262
26. W. Sproingfield, MA printed VR,222
27. Cemetery Records Springfield Public Lib.
28.  Mass Soldiers and Sailors Vol. 16:528
29.  Wilkes Co. Georgia loose papers in Georgia Archives per Martha Q. Acker of Birmingham AL, a descendant of Elam
30.  1840 GA census, Clarke Co. John L.D. WARD: males -  2  10-15, 1  15-20; 1 30-40; 1  70-80; females - 1 5-10, 1 1 30-40, 1 60-70
31. Clarke County GA loose papers Georgia Archives
32. 1850 GA census Clarke Co., Town of Salem, p.66 WARD: Nancy A., ae 72 b SC living alone
33.  1860 GA cn Green Co. Scull Shoals, 481 CARTER: Levi 46, Gabriellla, ae 47, Martha, ae 22, Elam E. ae 19, James H. ae 17, Matilda, ae 15, Ben F. ae 11, Robert J. ae 07, Levi B. ae 6, WARD: Nancy A. ae 83
34. Clarke Co. Deed Book Y:131
35. Research and Family Records of Martha W. Acker, Birmingham AL
36. On 5 Jsn 1870 John B.Ward of Walton Co. GA sold his undivided interest in dower of Nancy Ward deceased, reliict of Elam Ward, land in Salem, Green Co GA. John B. may be another son of Elam
37. See Note 35
38.  Ibid
39. Clarke Co. GA Ordinary Court, Bk. J:104-105 3 Mar 1817 - 1 May 1817 Administrator’s Bond of Elam Ward on estate of Ithamer Ward
40. Gravestone Walnut Grove Cem., Onondaga NY DAR Vol. V40:9 NY State Library
41. W. Springfield MA printed VR, 168
42. See Note #2
43. W. Springfield MA printed VR, 168
44.  See Note #2
45.  See Note #40
46.  Record of Service of Connecticut Men In the War of The Revolution etc.{Hartford 1889} Page 567 & 597
47.  Revolutionary Soldiers of Onondaga County New York (Onondaga Historical Society} NY State Lib., p.148
48.  DAR Application Nat. #58538
49.  W. Springfield MA printed VRS & Warren (See Note 2)
50.  Ibid
51.  see note 48 & 1850 NY cn Onondaga Co. & Town, 270 CORNISH: Giles ae 70 b. CT, Grace ae 68 b MA, Tabor W ae 40, NY, Edward, ae 30 NY
52    West Springfield MA printed VR, 303
53,  Ibid, 174
54.  Ibid, 303
55.  Ken Stevens, Wilsons from New England - Vol. L. Scotch Wilsons from Western Massachusetts {Walpole, MA, by author, 1993} p.82
56.  George E. Day, Genealogical Register of the Descendants in the male line of Robert Day of Hartford, Connecticut who died in the Year 1649 {Hartford,CT, J.L. Metcalf, 1848}, p.27)
57.  W. Springfield MA printed VR, 60
58.  Ibid, 69
59.  SAR Bulletin, Calif. Branch, Vol. XIII-#3-1936, p.41
60.  Ibid
61.  Robert C. Brown & J.E. Morris, History of Portage County Ohio {Chicago, Warner Beers & Co. 1885} p.416, 419
62.  See note #56
63.  See Note 61
64.  Ibid
65.  Sutton MA printed VR, 45
66.  Andrew H. Ward, 242
67    Bratleboro Town Record calls Josiah,Josiah jr of Brattleboro
68.  J. Temple & George Shelden, History of the Town of Northfield, Massachusetts {Albany, NY, Joel Munsell, 1875}
69.  Andrew H. Ward p.242 & Charles Martyn, The Genealogy of Willisam Ward of Sudbury, Mass. {NY, Artemus Ward, 1925} p. 125
70.  Mass. Soldiers & Sailors Vol. 16:537/8
71.  Martyn, 165 
72.  Death Certificate says born Brattleboro, VT, parents Josiah & Sarah (no surname given)ae 77-8-26,widow, old age &  death notice "WELLINGTON, Sabra S. Mrs., age 77, relict of Seth WELLINGTON died at Waltham. (Boston Transcript newspaper Nov.1870
73.  Francis Jackson, History of the early settlement of Newton, County of Middlesex Massachusetts from 1639 to 1800 {Boston, Stacy and Richardson, 1864} p. 414
74.  Ibid
75.  Ibid
76.  Henry Bond, Genealogies of the families and descendants of the early settlers of Watertown, Massachusetts, including Waltham and Weston {Boston, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2d ed., 1860} p.635
77.  Ibid
78.  Iibid & death notice Wellington, Seth died at Waltham 7th instant (Boston Transcript 8 Jan. 1870
79.  See note 76
80.  VR
81.  See Note #76
82.  Ibid
83.   In Brattleboro April 5 at the residence of R.H. Newton, Electa BENNETT, age 91 (Vermont Phoenix 9 Apr 1886) & VR Brattleboro, VT
84. Brattleboro VT VR
85.  Ibid
86.  Brattleboro Probate Court, Marlboro District#3598
87.  Records of men Enlisted in the U.S. Army Prior to the Peace Establishment May 17, 1815 - National Archives
88. Andrew H. Ward, 243
89.  Edward Sweetser Tiillotsen, Wethersfield Inscriptions in the five burial places in the ancient town of Weathersfield  {Hartford, W.F.J. Boardman, 1899} p. 262
90.  Broadbrook Grange #151, Editor, Official History of Guilford, Vermont 1678-1961 with genealogies and biographical sketches {Brattleboro, Vermont Printing Co., 1961}, p. 409
91. 1800 CT cn Hartford Co. p.288
92.  Andrew H Ward, 243
93.  Ibid
94. GS: Quaker Cem, Milan, Erie Co.Ohio
95.  Western Reserve Historical Society, “Ohio Genealogical Society data relating to women in the Western Reserve before 1840 as compiled by the Woman’s Department of Cleveland Centennial Commission in 1896” (Cleveland Ohio W.R.H.S., typescript, 1943} microfilm version (Columbus, Ohio O.G.S. 1973}
96.  Fire Lands  Historical Society,The Fire Lands pioneer {Norwalk, Ohio, Fireland Historical Society 1858-  ) 13 volumes in first series, Vol. 2 {1860} p.24
97.  Paula Porter Griffin & Thomas Stephen Neel, The Ancestors of Daniel White, 1777-1836, and his wife, Sarah Ford 1778-1847, and their descendants {Evansville, IN:Unigraphic, 1979) p.255
98. Ibid
99. Ibid
100. (Firelands Pioneer June 1937) McEWEN - Miss Sarah Elizabeth, died at the
home of her nephew Edward McEWEN in Sandusky, 18 March 1933, aged 90 years born Peru, Heron Co., the daughter of Thomas C. McEwen and moved to Sandusky in 1849. She became librarian of the Sandusky Public Library in 1881 and served for 50 years.  HER GRANDFATHER JARED WARD WAS ONE OF THE EARLY PIONEERS OF HURON COUNTY COMING FROM CONNECTICUT." Note: Jared was her great-grandfather as her mother was Huldah (Stevens) WARD, daughter of Sarah (Ward) STEVENS and therefore granddaughter of Jared Ward. (ibid Oakland Cemetery Inscriptions,Sandusky Ohio Public Library).
101. Henry Howe, Historical  Collections pf Ohio, 1902 Vol. 2
102. The Firelands Pioneer, Sept. 1876, Page 22)
103. Charles E. Frohman, A History of Sandusky & Erie Counties- {Cleveland, Ohio Historical Society,  1965)
104. Ibid 25
105. Lewis C. Aldrich, History of Erie County Ohio  {1889} p 496
106.  W.W. Williams, History of the Firelands Comprising Huron & Erie Counties, Ohio  
{Cleveland, Ohio, Press of Leader Printing, 1879] p 463, 46, 126-132
107. Fireland Pioneer Sept. 1876,21
108.  Erie Co.Ohio Cem.Inscriptions Vol. II State Lib. of Ohio
109. Firelands Pioneer, Sept. 1876, 21
110.  Gertrude Van Rensselaer Wickham, Memorial to the Pioneer Women of the Western Reserve, Part 1 (1896}p.567
111   See Note 96
112   Firelands Pioneer May 1859, Vol. 1:45 Rhoda died “Michigan 15 or 20 years ago”
113.  Firelands Pioneer Mar 1860 Vol. 2:23 “by Abijah Comstock J.P.
114.  Gravestone Robertson Cm. Ames Hill W. Brattleboro, VT
115.  Recorded Brattleboro Town Records
116.  Gravestone Robertson Cem. & death VR Brattleboro, VT
117.  David Luftkin Mansfield, History of the Town of Dummerston {Ludlow, VT, Miss A.M. Hemingway, 1884}
118. Brattleboro LR Bk. f:90/91
119. Ibid G:391
120. Ibid H:524/5
121. Ibid 1:221/2
122.  Ibid K:233/34
123   Ibid K:238
124. Ibid O:153/54
125. Martyn, 246
126. John Montague Smith, History of the Town of Sunderland, Massachusetts, with genealogies prepared hy Henry W. Taft and Abbie T. Montague {Greenfield, Mass. Press of E.A. Hall} p.566
127. Ibid
128. Ibid
129. Brattleboro VR
130. See Note #126
131. 1850 NY cn Onondaga Co., Skaneateles 454 WARNER: Chester ae 60 b. MA, Relief ae 50 b. VT, Sarah ae 26, Electa ae 20, Edwin ae 13 last 3 b. NY
132.  Gs. Lakeview Cem. Skaneateles, Onondaga Co. NY DAR 65:271
133.  See Note 131
134.  See Note #125
135.  Death Certificate Deerfield, MA
136.  Ralph Stebbens Greenlee & Robert Lemuel Greenleee, The Stebbens Genealogy {Chicago, privately printed, 1906} two volumes, 1:6:466
137. Ibid
138. Ibid
139. Martyn, 246
140.  Death Vr Brattleboro VT says she was born Brattleboro and parents were Josiah &  Sarah Ward
141.  Charles Henry Pope, Prouty (Proute) genealogy {Boston, the author, 1910}& Gravestone Prospect Hill Cem. Brattleboro, VT
142.  Obit - Brattleeboro Phoenix, 17 Jan. 1873
143,  Martyn, 247
144.   In West Brattleboro, July 10, George W.WARD, age 92.(Brattleboro Phoenix 15 July 1892)
145.  Martyn, 246
146. Ibid
147. Ibid
148. Martyn, 247
149. Henry R. Stiles, History of Ancient Wethersfield {Wethersfield, N.E. History Press, 1987}Vol. 2:322
150.  Wethersfield VR
151.  Ibid
152.  See Note #149
153.  Henry R. Stiles, History of Ancient Wethersfield {Wethersfield, N.E. History Press, 1987}Vol. 2:322
154. Firelands Pioneer May 1859 Vol.1:45 “Sally Stevens died Peru seventeen or eighteen years ago”
155.  Prob the Zebulon Stephenson who mar Sally Wood Fire Lands pioneer Mar 1860, p. 24
156   Notice:  All persons having claims against the estate of Zebulon Stevens , late of Huron, in the county of Huron, deceased, are requested to present them, duly proven, within one yea, for adjustment-- and all persons indebted are requested   tp make immediate payment to  SALLY STEVENS, ISAAC COLLINS, Administrators Milan 26 Dec 1831 (Huron  Reflector 23 Jan 1832)
157.Hewson Peeke, A Standard History of Erie County Ohio, (NY & Chicago, Lewis Publishing Co. 191 Vol. l:91)
158.  Informationr   on Zebulon’s children & grand-children taken from Ohio official Marriages & Deaths, obituaries & cemetery records
158a Sandusky Ohio Daily Register 19 July 1905 & Rhoda Ward late of of Milan, Ohio will dated 30 Mar 1905, presented for probate 26 July 1905  disposed of her property in the following manner: that a grey marble tombstone be placed at her grave, to Sarah C. McEwen & Sarah H. Rosekelly a city lot in Hill City, a suburb of Chattooga, Tenn., to Edward McEwen a bureau, to Fred McEwen $?  , to Grace McEwen my thick cape, to Arthur W. Rosekelly  ? , her trunk & clothing to Maggie McEwen & Sally McEwen  divided as Maggie thinks best ,  niece Sarah H Rosekelly  any money left. Sally H. Rosekelly,administrator (Sandusky Star Journal 27 July 1905)   
159.1850 Ohio cn Erie Co. Milian, 64 WARD:  Elam ae 44 farmer b Ohio, Christian ae 40 b. NY, Elam jr  Ae 12, Eliza ae 11, Betsey ae 7, Henry ae 9, Sally ae 4, Huldah ae 6/12, Jerrod ae 86 b. Mass., Betsey STEVENS ae 27
160..  DAR Application Papers National No. 271740
161    Ibid
162    Michigan Marriages to 1850 on line Laura called Laurie
163.   Gravestone
164.   DAR &  1850 MI cn Monroe Co., Whitford, 605 WARD: Collins ae 39 ,  Laura ae 36, Jared ae 16, Huldah ae 13, Francis ae 9, Helen ae 6, Sarah ae 4, George ae 2 first 4 born Ohio, others b. Michigan 
165.  Martyn, 370
166.  Ibid
167.  Death Notice, Vemont Phoenix  22 Sept. 1871
168.  Martyn, 370
169.  In West Brattleboro October 17, Mrs.
Sarah MIXER, age 61 years 6 mos. 6 days. (Vermont Phoenix 23 Oct. 1874 #43) bur Prospect Hill Cem. Brattleboro, VT (gs)
170.  Martyn,371
171.  Ibid
172.  Passed to spirit life in Shelburne Falls, July 18, William WARD, aged 69 y 6 m 16 days, formerly a well known & prominent businessman of Brattleboro, VT.  His remains were embalmed and forwarded to Brattleboro for burial (Greenfield Mass. Gazette & Franklin Herald Courier 27 July 1885) Bur Prospect Hill Cem. Brattleboro, VT  1816-1885
173.  Martyn,371
174.  Ibid &  Prospect Hill Cem. Brattleboro, VT 1819-1872
175.  Ibid
176.  Ibid
178.  Ibid
179.  (Vermont Phoenix 16 Jan. 1858, #3) - In West Dummerston,VT Jan. 9, Mrs.
Julia A. Roel, wife of Charles G. ROEL, age 28 years 8 months
180. Martyn, 372
181.  Ibid
182.  Ibid
183.  Ibid