Journal Report

Family History of Pebble May Fisk



Generation One




Pebble May Fisk, ca. 1902

1. PEBBLE MAY1 FISK (Robert, #2)1 was born on 4 Feb 1882 at Warrensburg Township, Johnson County, Missouri, She was born so small that a teacup would fit on her head. Her father named her Pebble because her eyes looked like pebbles. Her parents put her into a cigar box in the stove to keep her alive.2 She married Edmund Everett Flood, son of Henry Allen Flood and Lizzie May Brackett, on 28 Jun 1906 at the Fisk Ranch, Rosalia, WA, That night, Pebble prepared strawberry shortcake for her husband. They lived first in Spangle, WA, then in Spokane where Ed was a banker.3 She died on 5 Apr 1971 at Long Beach, California, at age 89.4 She was buried in River View Cemetery, Spokane, WA.4

She grew up on her father's wheat farm and learned hard work.5 The family moved to Rosalia, WA, in 1890.5 She was listed in the household of Robert Jameson Fisk in the 1900 Census at Spokane, WA.6 After her marriage to businessman Ed Flood, she enjoyed an affluent lifestyle and traveled with her husband to New York, Chicago and San Francisco. After the family's reversal of fortune, they lived in Seattle and Longview. Her father left her a portion of the family farm, but it was sold at a sheriff's sale after Ed's prosecution. Her sister Cornet bought the parcel and Pebble did not speak to her for twenty years. After her husband's death she lived for a time with her daughter Betty, then moved to California in about 1960 and spent her last years near Cornet.5 The family moved to Queen Anne Hill, Seattle, in 1932.7 She and Elizabeth Temperance Flood resided in 1958 at Oswego, OR.5


Generation Two




R.J. Fisk, ca. 1920


Fisk Ranch, Rosalia, ca. 1910

2. ROBERT JAMESON2 FISK (Joseph Fiske, #4)8 was born on 15 Nov 1849 at Fiskburg, Kentucky.9 He married Temperance Morgan (see #3), daughter of David Morgan and Eleanor Graham, on 13 Sep 1873 at Livingston Co., Missouri.10 He died on 30 Aug 1929 at Spokane, WA, at age 79.11

The family moved to Ursa Twp., Adams Co., Illinois, in 1856.5 He was listed in the household of Joseph Lewis Fiske in the 25 Aug 1860 Census at Ursa Twp., Adams Co., Illinois.12 The family moved to Carroll Co., Missouri, between 1871 and 1873. He was listed in the 1880 Census at Warrensburg Twp., Johnson Co., Missouri, as a farmer.6 He was also known as R.J. Fisk.5 In about 1890 they moved to Preston and then Rosalia, WA where he established a wheat ranch of 1000 acres.5 According to one family story, he harvested a crop of apples and took the shipment to the train depot. All the apples were loaded and when he was informed that he would be paid when the apples were sold in the east, he ordered them unloaded. He returned to the ranch and cut down the apple trees.13 He was listed in the 1900 Census at Spokane, WA.6

Children of Robert Jameson2 Fisk and Temperance Morgan (see #3) were as follows:


Temperance Morgan Fisk, ca. 1895

3. TEMPERANCE2 MORGAN (David, #6)23 was born on 21 Feb 1851 at Floyd Co., Kentucky, and she grew up near Paris, Illinois.24 She married Robert Jameson Fisk (see #2), son of Joseph Lewis Fiske and Martha Ann Metcalfe, on 13 Sep 1873 at Livingston Co., Missouri.10 She died on 12 Apr 1940 at Spokane, WA, at age 89.20 She was buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Spokane.25

She was listed in the household of David Morgan in the 24 Aug 1860 Census at Edgar Twp., Edgar Co., Illinois.26 She was mentioned in the probate of the estate of David Morgan on 4 Jan 1868 at Edgar Co., Illinois.27 She was listed in the household of Robert Jameson Fisk in the 1880 Census at Warrensburg Twp., Johnson Co., Missouri.6 In about 1890 they moved to Preston and then Rosalia, WA where he established a wheat ranch of 1000 acres.5 She was listed in the household of Robert Jameson Fisk in the 1900 Census at Spokane, WA.6 She was disabled with Stroke in 1936 at Long Beach, California.28


Generation Three



4. JOSEPH LEWIS3 FISKE (David, #8)29 was born on 12 Apr 1824 at Fiskburg, Kentucky.30 He married Amelia Warner on 28 Dec 1844 at Covington, Kentucky.31 He married Martha Ann Metcalfe (see #5), daughter of Thomas Metcalfe and Margaret Alsup Hutchinson, on 26 Jan 1845 at Covington, Kentucky.30 He died on 16 Jun 1905 at Carrollton, Missouri, at age 81.32 He was buried in Oak Hill Cemetery and his 6 sons acted as pall bearers.30
His mother died when he was five years old.33 He ran a dry goods business near Covington, KY until 1854 when he followed his wife's brothers and moved to Adams Co., IL.30 He moved in 1856 to Ursa Twp., Adams Co., Illinois, near Quincy.5 He was listed in the 25 Aug 1860 Census at Ursa Twp., Adams Co., Illinois.12 In about 1873, he moved to Rea Twp, Carroll Co., MO where he farmed for the next thirty years. He was listed in the 6 Jun 1880 Census at Rea Twp., Carrol Co., Missouri.34 He was listed in the 21 Jun 1900 Census at Combs Twp., Carroll Co., Missouri, occupation: farmer.35 He and Martha Ann Metcalfe resided in 1905 at N. Folger St., Carrollton, Missouri.30

Children of Joseph Lewis3 Fiske and Martha Ann Metcalfe (see #5) were as follows:

5. MARTHA ANN3 METCALFE (Thomas, #10)43 was born on 26 Mar 1828 at DeMossville, Kentucky.44 She was born on 26 Mar 1828 at Covington, Kentucky.30 She married first James W. McClanahan on 26 Jan 1843 at Covington, Kentucky.45 She married Joseph Lewis Fiske (see #4), son of Dr. David Lewis Fiske and Sarah Abercrombie, on 26 Jan 1845 at Covington, Kentucky.30 She died on 17 May 1912 at Severy, KS, at age 84 at the home of her daughter Nettie May Hurst.32 She was buried in Oak Hill Cemetery, Carrollton, Missouri.30 Her estate was probated on 17 Jun 1912 at Carrollton, Missouri.46
The family moved to Ursa Twp., Adams Co., Illinois, in 1856.5 The family moved to Carroll Co., Missouri, between 1871 and 1873. She was listed in the household of Joseph Lewis Fiske in the 6 Jun 1880 Census at Rea Twp., Carrol Co., Missouri.34 She was listed in the household of Joseph Lewis Fiske in the 21 Jun 1900 Census at Combs Twp., Carroll Co., Missouri.35 She and Joseph Lewis Fiske resided in 1905 at N. Folger St., Carrollton, Missouri.30



Prestonsburg, Kentucky, mid 1800s

6. DAVID3 MORGAN (William, #12)47 was born on 15 Nov 1805 at Floyd Co., Kentucky.48 He was born on 15 Nov 1806 at Floyd Co., KY.49 He married Eleanor Graham (see #7), daughter of Judge John Graham and Rebecca Witten, on 25 Dec 1825 at Floyd Co., Kentucky.50 He died on 27 Oct 1867 at Edgar Co., Illinois, at age 61.27 His estate was probated on 4 Jan 1868 at Edgar Co., Illinois.27

In 1814, after his father and grandfather were murdered, Patrick Cummings and Wm. J. Mayo were appointed his guardians.51 He was mentioned in an indenture between the children of William Morgan and Floyd County Commissioners in 1815.52 In 1817, the Kentucky State Legislature named William Mayo as guardian for the heirs of William Morgan.53 He acquired the estate of his deceased father on 22 Nov 1824.54 "He owned an entire county in Kentucky and he didn't do anything but run horse reaces, drink whiskey, and fight. He could knock a bull off a bridge with his fist.".55 He became fond of racing horses and family tradition holds that while he was away at the races a daughter was born. He felt so bad about missing her birth that he swore off drink and he freed his slaves. He was living in 1829 at Floyd Co., Kentucky, where he was listed in the accounts of Adkins Store.56 He was listed in the 1830 Census at Floyd Co., Kentucky.57 He was listed in the 1840 Census at Floyd Co., Kentucky, no slaves listed.58 He was listed in the 2 Aug 1850 Census at Floyd Co., Kentucky, occupation farmer, no slaves.59 He moved in 1852 to Edgar Co., Illinois, where other members of the Morgan family had moved in the 1820's.60 He was listed in the 24 Aug 1860 Census at Edgar Twp., Edgar Co., Illinois.26 When the family moved to Illinois, his eldest son, Thomas Graham Morgan, remained in Kentucky. In the Civil War, that son served in the Confederate Army while David, Jr. served in the Union Army.

Children of David3 Morgan and Eleanor Graham (see #7) were as follows:

7. ELEANOR3 GRAHAM (John, #14)84 was born in 1810 at Kentucky.85 She married David Morgan (see #6), son of William Morgan and Susannah Spurlock, on 25 Dec 1825 at Floyd Co., Kentucky.50 She died circa 1905.86
Her nick name was Nelly. She was listed in the household of David Morgan in the 1830 Census at Floyd Co., Kentucky.57 She was listed in the household of David Morgan in the 1840 Census at Floyd Co., Kentucky.58 She was listed in the household of David Morgan in the 2 Aug 1850 Census at Floyd Co., Kentucky.59 She was listed in the household of David Morgan in the 24 Aug 1860 Census at Edgar Twp., Edgar Co., Illinois.26 She was mentioned in the probate of the estate of David Morgan on 4 Jan 1868 at Edgar Co., Illinois.27 She was living on 4 Oct 1869 at Edgar Co., Illinois.71


Generation Four



8. DR. DAVID LEWIS4 FISKE (David, #16)87 was born on 27 Mar 1800 at Norwich, Vermont. He married Sarah Abercrombie (see #9), daughter of William Abercrombie and Agnes "Nancy" Black, on 17 Apr 1823 at Morning View, Kentucky.88 He married Mary Griffin, daughter of William Griffin, on 24 Nov 1829 at Fiskburg, Kentucky.89 He died on 5 Jan 1887 at Fiskburg, Kentucky, at age 86.
A physician like his father and grandfather, he moved with his father to Kentucky from New York about 1820. The family moved to Kenton Co., Kentucky, circa 1828.90 He ran for State Legislature under the American ("Know Nothing") Party in 1855 at Covington, Kentucky.91

Children of Dr. David Lewis4 Fiske and Sarah Abercrombie (see #9) were as follows:

9. SARAH4 ABERCROMBIE (William, #18)96 was born on 18 May 1806 at New Richmond, OH.97 She married Dr. David Lewis Fiske (see #8), son of Dr. David Fiske and Naomia Lewis, on 17 Apr 1823 at Morning View, Kentucky.88 She died on 27 Aug 1829 at Fiskburg, Kentucky, at age 23 shortly after the death of her infant son Samuel.97
Her nick name was Sally.98 She witnessed the marriage of Reuben Lumis and Agnes "Nancy" Black on 23 Jun 1814 at Morning View, Kentucky.99


10. THOMAS4 METCALFE (John, #20)100 was born circa 1783 at Maryland.101 He was born in 1783 at Fauquier Co., VA.44 He married Margaret Alsup Hutchinson (see #11), daughter of Archibald Hutcherson and Catherine Gouge, on 6 Apr 1809 at Fayette Co., Kentucky.102 He died in 1873 at DeMossville, Kentucky.44 He died in 1874 at Grant Co., Kentucky.101
He may be the son of John's brother Charles who lived in Maryland and who died when Thomas was young. Thomas migrated to Kentucky with the Metcalfes and Shacklefords and settled first in Fayette County.103 He was listed in the 1810 Census at Fayette Co., Kentucky, 3 in family and 2 slaves.104 He and Margaret Alsup Hutchinson were members the Christian Church.101 He moved to Scott Co., Kentucky.101 He moved to Pendleton Co., Kentucky, where he purchased land.101

Children of Thomas4 Metcalfe and Margaret Alsup Hutchinson (see #11) were as follows:

11. MARGARET ALSUP4 HUTCHINSON (Archibald Hutcherson, #22)115 was born on 21 Feb 1789 at Maryland.116 She married Thomas Metcalfe (see #10), son of John Metcalfe and Amelia Ann Shackleford, on 6 Apr 1809 at Fayette Co., Kentucky.102 She died in 1871 at DeMossville, Kentucky.117 She died in 1871 at Grant Co., Kentucky.101
The family moved to Cynthianna, Harrison Co., Kentucky, before 1796.118 She was listed in the household of Thomas Metcalfe in the 1810 Census at Fayette Co., Kentucky.104 She and Thomas Metcalfe were members the Christian Church.101



Grave of David and William Morgan, Floyd County, Kentucky. Date should read 1813.

12. WILLIAM4 MORGAN (David, #24)119 was born after 1781. He married Susannah Spurlock (see #13), daughter of John Spurlock and Frances Toney, circa 1800.120 He died on 12 Oct 1813 at Floyd Co., Kentucky, killed by Edward Osborn in debt dispute with William's father David.121

He was a volunteer on 10 Dec 1805 in the 56th Regiment, Kentucky "Cornstalk" Militia, as a Major.122 His death left three children who inherited his share of David Morgan's land and slaves. He also had two sons with Elizabeth Salisbury whom he never married. After his death, David's mother bequethed land to Elizabeth's sons. As adults the sons used Morgan as their last name.

Children of William4 Morgan and Susannah Spurlock (see #13) were as follows:

13. SUSANNAH4 SPURLOCK (John, #26)126 was born circa 1780 at VA.120 She married William Morgan (see #12), son of David Morgan and Anne Poteat, circa 1800.120 She died before 1810 at Floyd Co., Kentucky.120



Graham home, Floyd County, Kentucky

14. JUDGE JOHN4 GRAHAM (David, #28)127 was born on 1 Jan 1765 at Augusta Co., VA, and orphaned at the age of three.128 He married Rebecca Witten (see #15), daughter of Thomas J. Witten Jr. and Eleanor Cecil, on 10 Feb 1803 at Tazewell Co., VA.129 He died on 20 Apr 1835 at Emma, Floyd Co., Kentucky, 37.269722,-82.700000, at age 70.128 At the time of his death he owned thirteen slaves. His will reads in part "I will and bequeath to my beloved wife, Rebecca Graham...one Negro boy named Henry, one Negro girl named Delpha, also one Negro woman named Rachel and one Negro boy named Nelson: also all the geese, fifteen head of sheep, four cows and calves one brown mare, one black horse Snap and twenty head of hogs, also all the dead victuals, corn oat and hay on the farm...".130

He was present at the death of David Graham circa Feb 1768 in Augusta Co., VA.131 When he was ten years old, he enlisted in the 8th Virginia Regt., Continental Line, Capt. George Vallandingham's Co., on 5 Oct 1775 157 days service during the American Revolution.132 He was probably educated at Liberty Hall (later called Washington and Lee University).133 He was in military service in 1786 in Captain William Price's Co., Kentucky Militia, 19 days active service probably against the Chickamauga Indians.134 Between 1787 and 1820, Graham surveyed approximately 100,000 acres of the Big Sandy Valley and eastern Kentucky for Col. John Preston. He surveyed the original plan of the town of Prestonburg, KY.135 "He became the acknowledged leader in the Upper Big Sandy country. In turn he was surveyor, legislator, merchant, banker, landowner, and judge. He was instrumental in the formation of Floyd County in 1799 when it encompassed then present day counties of Eastern Kentucky. He was a man possessed of eccentric moods, one exhibiting at times the careful calculation of good business and again the liberality of a great heart." At the time of his death he owned thirteen slaves.136 He was elected Circuit Court Judge on 28 Jun 1808 at Floyd Co., Kentucky.137

Children of Judge John4 Graham and Rebecca Witten (see #15) were as follows:


Graham cemetery, Emma, Floyd County, Kentucky

15. REBECCA4 WITTEN (Thomas, #30)151 was born on 29 Jan 1775 at Headwaters of the Clinch River, Tazewell (then Washington) Co., VA.152 She married Judge John Graham (see #14), son of David Graham and Jane Armstrong, on 10 Feb 1803 at Tazewell Co., VA.129 She died on 28 Aug 1843 at Emma, Floyd Co., Kentucky, at age 68.153 In her will the Negro boy Henry is set free and the Negro girl Zerelda given to Ann Morgan.144

She was a Methodist. In 1837 she was assessed tax for 250 acres of first class land, 5 slaves and 5 horses.144


Generation Five



16. DR. DAVID5 FISKE (Ebenezer, #32)154 was born at Massachusetts.155 He was born on 10 Oct 1772 at New Hampshire.156 He married Naomia Lewis (see #17), daughter of Dr. Joseph Lewis and Experience Burr, in 1795 at Norwich, Vermont.157 He married Abigail Sargent on 10 Jul 1804 at Chester, Vermont.158 He died on 28 Feb 1829 at Mount Vernon, OH, at age 56 while returning from a visit to his son in Kentucky.159
He was a member of the Onondaga Co. Medical Society, Elbridge, NY, on 4 Oct 1808.160 He resided in 1815 at Onondaga Co., NY.160 He moved circa 1828 to Kenton Co., Kentucky.90

Children of Dr. David5 Fiske and Naomia Lewis (see #17) were:

17. NAOMIA5 LEWIS (Joseph, #34)161 was born on 10 Nov 1778 at Norwich, Vermont.162 She married Dr. David Fiske (see #16), son of Dr. Ebenezer Fiske and Elizabeth (--?--), in 1795 at Norwich, Vermont.157 She died on 25 Aug 1801 at Norwich, Vermont, at age 22.162



Seige of Fort Meigs, 1813

18. WILLIAM5 ABERCROMBIE163 was born on 17 Jul 1777.164 He was baptized on 19 Mar 1780 at Whately, Massachusetts.165 He married Agnes "Nancy" Black (see #19) on 24 Jan 1799.166 He died on 5 May 1813 at Seige of Ft. Meigs, Ohio, at age 35 during the War of 1812.167

Research note: William may be the son of Robert Abercrombie, a British soldier captured during the Revolution, but research is inconslusive at this point. The similarity in the naming pattern between William's family and Robert's family is noteworthy. He and Agnes "Nancy" Black migrated to New Richmond, Clermont Co., OH, circa 1800 from Pennsylvania.168 He was appointed judge at New Richmond, OH, in 1803.168 He and Agnes "Nancy" Black acquired twenty acres of land at Muddy Creek, Clermont Co., OH, in 1806.169 They sold over 200 acres of land at Clermont Co., OH, in Mar 1811. He enlisted in Captain William Sebree's Company, Boswell's Regiment (10th), Kentucky Detached Militia, on 6 Mar 1813 for service in the War of 1812. After the massacre of Kentucky volunteers at the River Raisin by Indians allied with the British, there was a wave of enlistment in Kentucky. Abercrombie accompanied his unit to Ft. Meigs which was under the command of Gen. William Henry Harrison. The fort was beseiged by the British and he was among the relief expedition that raised the seige. In a counterattack outside the fort, his company was cut off and he was probably among the seventy men killed by the British and their Indian allies. Their burial site is marked now as Kentucky Hill in Perrysburg, OH.170

Children of William5 Abercrombie and Agnes "Nancy" Black (see #19) were as follows:

19. AGNES "NANCY"5 BLACK177 was born on 15 Jun 1780.178 She married William Abercrombie (see #18) on 24 Jan 1799.166 She married Reuben Lumis on 23 Jun 1814 at Morning View, Kentucky.99 She died on 11 Nov 1841 at Morning View, Kentucky, at age 61.179
She and William Abercrombie migrated to New Richmond, Clermont Co., OH, circa 1800 from Pennsylvania.168 She and William Abercrombie acquired twenty acres of land at Muddy Creek, Clermont Co., OH, in 1806.169 They sold over 200 acres of land at Clermont Co., OH, in Mar 1811. She witnessed the marriage of Dr. David Lewis Fiske and Sarah Abercrombie on 17 Apr 1823 at Morning View, Kentucky.88


20. JOHN5 METCALFE (John, #36)180 was born circa 1760 at Fauquier Co., VA.181 He married Amelia Ann Shackleford (see #21), daughter of James Allen and Mary Stamps, on 1 May 1782 at Fauquier Co, VA.182 He died after 1855 at Bourbon Co., Kentucky.183
He was also known as John Metcalfe III.184 He enlisted in McAllister's Virginia Men, Continental Line, Fauquier Co., VA, on 27 Aug 1781 and was appointed an Ensign (Second Lieutenant).44 After the war he migrated with his father, other families and their slaves to Fayette County, KY. He became a prominent man and his half-brother was a Governor of Kentucky and a United States Senator.185 He moved in 1784 to Russell's Cave, Fayette Co., Kentucky, with father and wife's family.44 He was a member at the Transylvania Academy, Kentucky, in 1792 as an early subscriber.44 He was elected Trustee of the Town in 1799 at Paris, Kentucky.44 He was listed in the 1810 Census at Paris, Kentucky, Revolutionary War Soldier; 8 in family.44 He was in military service on 31 Oct 1812 in Major James V. Balls Squadron, Bourbon Co., Kentucky, under Captain William Garrard in the War of 1812. Discharged 31 Dec 1812 with frostbite.186 He and Gov. Thomas Metcalfe cared for Sarah Dent in her old age before 1855.44

Children of John5 Metcalfe and Amelia Ann Shackleford (see #21) were as follows:

21. AMELIA ANN5 SHACKLEFORD (James Allen, #38)193 was born circa 1760 at Fauquier Co, VA.194 She married John Metcalfe (see #20), son of Capt. John Metcalfe and Sybil Farrow, on 1 May 1782 at Fauquier Co, VA.182 She died at Bourbon Co., Kentucky.
Her nick name was Milly.194 She was also known as Amelia Allen.184


22. ARCHIBALD5 HUTCHERSON (James, #40)195 was born on 27 Mar 1767 at Spottsylvania Co., VA.196 He married Catherine Gouge (see #23), daughter of Elizabeth Gouge, on 11 Jan 1786 at Port Royal, VA.197 He died on 21 Aug 1831 at DeMossville, Kentucky, at age 64.196
He was in the hotel business at Scott Co., Kentucky.101 He was listed in the 1790 Census at Caroline Co., Maryland.196 He moved before 1796 to Cynthianna, Harrison Co., Kentucky.118 He was listed in the 1810 Census at Fayette Co., Kentucky, 12 in family with 6 slaves.196 He resided in 1814 at Donerail, Kentucky.196 He resided after 1814 at Lexington, Kentucky, and was a slave owner.196

Children of Archibald5 Hutcherson and Catherine Gouge (see #23) were as follows:

23. CATHERINE5 GOUGE (Elizabeth, #42)197 was born in 1766.101 She married Archibald Hutcherson (see #22), son of James Hutcherson and Margaret Alsup, on 11 Jan 1786 at Port Royal, VA.197 She died on 17 May 1865.196
Her married name was Hutchinson. She was also known as Catherine Gouch.101 The family moved to Cynthianna, Harrison Co., Kentucky, before 1796.118



Westward through the mountains, ca. 1800

24. DAVID5 MORGAN (William, #43)200 was born on 12 Mar 1753 at Pittsylvania Co., VA.201 He married Anne Poteat (see #25), daughter of James Poteat, before 1781.202 He married Anne Graig on 15 Jan 1787 at Jefferson Co., Kentucky, Probably no connection.203 He died on 12 Oct 1813 at Floyd Co., Kentucky, at age 60 killed by Ed Osborn.204 He was buried in Davidson Cemetery.205

He was also known as "Colonel" David Morgan.206 He and Nathaniel Morgan were listed in the 1776 Census at Frederick Co., Maryland.207 He enlisted in the 14th Regiment, Continental Line, VA, in 1777.202 Achieving some wealth in Virginia, he migrated to Floyd County, Ky in 1799 where he became a prominent land owner. He was related by marriage to other prominent men in the county.208 He was in military service on 10 Dec 1805 in the 56th Regiment, Kentucky "Cornstalk" Militia, as Lieutenant Colonel. The militia got its name from the fact that it was so ill equipped, men drilled with cornstalks instead of rifles.209 He was elected to the Kentucky State Legislature in 1810 at Floyd Co., Kentucky.210 In 1813, Ed Osborn incurred a debt with Morgan secured by land and slaves. When Morgan went to collect, Osborn turned on him and killed him with a knife. He then turned on Morgan's son William and killed him too. Osborn fled, but was captured in a few days. Allegedly Osborn escaped from jail and took up a new life in Ohio. Osborn's family believed he was taken from the jail and secretly lynched.211

Children of David5 Morgan and Anne Poteat (see #25) were as follows:

25. ANNE5 POTEAT (James, #44)217 was born circa 1755 at Virginia. She married David Morgan (see #24), son of William Morgan, before 1781.202 She married Jesse Adkins on 28 Dec 1815 at Floyd Co., Kentucky. The marriage did not last.218 She died between 1820 and 1830 at Floyd Co., Kentucky.219
She was also known as Anna Poteet.216 She was listed in the 1820 Census at Floyd Co., Kentucky.220


26. JOHN5 SPURLOCK120 was born circa 1750 at VA.120 He married Frances Toney (see #27) circa 1780 at VA.120 He died after 25 Aug 1816 at Floyd Co., WA.120
Was the first permanent resident.221 He made a will on 25 Aug 1816 at Floyd Co., Kentucky, "to my beloved wife Frances one negro woman named Jean and her 2 children named Frank and Jackson, also one negro woman named Betsey and her child Phebe".120

Children of John5 Spurlock and Frances Toney (see #27) were as follows:

27. FRANCES5 TONEY120 married John Spurlock (see #26) circa 1780 at VA.120
Her nick name was Fanny.


28. DAVID5 GRAHAM (William, #45)222 was born in 1742 at Calf Pasture River, Augusta Co., VA.131 He married Jane Armstrong (see #29), daughter of John Armstrong, circa 1764 at Augusta Co., VA.223 He died circa Feb 1768 at Augusta Co., VA.131 He will was proved on 21 Aug 1771.224
His father died when he was nine.225 On 26 May 1751 a court ordered orphans James and David to be bound to their uncle John, but this is apparently not a happy arrangement.226 He enlisted in Captain William Preston's Company of Rangers, Augusta Co., VA, in 1758 in the French and Indian War.227 He was chooses William Mann as his guardian on 18 Feb 1761.228 On motion of William Mann, John Graham Sr. is summoned to give an account of his guardianship of David Graham on 23 Nov 1762.229

Children of David5 Graham and Jane Armstrong (see #29) both born at Augusta Co., VA, were as follows:

29. JANE5 ARMSTRONG (John, #47)232 was born circa 1742.233 She married David Graham (see #28), son of William Graham Sr. and Jane (--?--), circa 1764 at Augusta Co., VA.223 She died after 1771.
She was present at the death of David Graham circa Feb 1768 in Augusta Co., VA.131 She was mentioned in the will of David Graham on 21 Aug 1771 at Augusta Co., VA.224


30. THOMAS J.5 WITTEN JR. (Thomas, #48)234 was born on 23 Jan 1753 at Cecil Co., Maryland.153 He married Eleanor Cecil (see #31), daughter of Samuel Cecil and Rebecca White, in Dec 1773 at Tazewell Co., VA.235 He died on 6 Oct 1841 at Tazewell Co., VA, at age 88.153
He migrated with his parents to Tazewell County, VA, from Maryland. He and Thomas Witten Sr. enlisted in Capt. Daniel Smith's Co., VA, in Oct 1774 and fought Indians at the Battle of Point Pleasant.144 He enlisted in the Continental Army in 1780 during the American Revolution and fought at the Battle of King's Mountain 7 Oct 1780 in the Carolinas. He was an Ensign in a troop of mounted riflemen from Washington County, VA, under Colonel William Campbell.236

Children of Thomas J.5 Witten Jr. and Eleanor Cecil (see #31) were:

31. ELEANOR5 CECIL (Samuel, #50)237 was born on 15 May 1755 at Cecil Co., Maryland.129 She married Thomas J. Witten Jr. (see #30), son of Thomas Witten Sr. and Elizabeth Cecil, in Dec 1773 at Tazewell Co., VA.235 She died on 10 Apr 1836 at Tazewell Co., VA, at age 80 (or 15 May 1836).235


Generation Six



32. DR. EBENEZER6 FISKE (Ebenezer, #52);160 "He was very well educated for those early days and was a physician. During the Revolution War he attended the sick and wounded at Epping NH and signed the Association Test, of NH, making eligibility for Society of DAR. Me married his first wife probably in NH and his children were brought up by her. He visited his brother Cotton while residing in Bolton Canada" was born in 1748 at New Hampshire.238 He married Elizabeth (--?--) (see #33) before 1769 at New Hampshire.239 He married Azuba Hoyt on 8 Jan 1795 at Chester, Vermont.240 He died on 7 Oct 1816 at Chester, Vermont.39
He was an early resident of Norwich, VT "a handsome man some 6 feet tall, well proportioned, healthy and quite an athelete. He was a natural doctor and became eminent in his profession as in making a diagnosis he exhibited rare ability.".241 He was a Physician in 1772.242 He signed the Association Test in 1776 at Epping, New Hampshire.243

Children of Dr. Ebenezer6 Fiske and Elizabeth (--?--) (see #33) were as follows:

33. ELIZABETH6 (--?--)245 was born circa 1750. She married Dr. Ebenezer Fiske (see #32), son of Dr. Ebenezer Fiske and Elizabeth Cotton, before 1769 at New Hampshire.239 She died before 1795.
Her nick name was Betsey.242


34. DR. JOSEPH6 LEWIS (William, #54)246 was born in Nov 1746 at Old Lyme, Connecticut.247 He married Experience Burr (see #35), daughter of Ebenezer Burr and Hannah Wetmore, in 1771 at Norwich, Vermont.248 He died on 18 Jun 1833 at Norwich, Vermont, at age 86.249 He was buried in Fairview Cemetery.
He moved in 1767 to Norwich, Vermont.247 He was a leading physician in Norwich for fifty-five years between 1767 and 1822.250 He enlisted in the Continental Army, Norwich, Vermont, in 1775 and appointed a Surgeon's Mate. He joined the expedition on the Kennebec River under Benedict Arnold and he was present at the assault on Quebec. He was wounded in 1778 as a member of Capt William Hutchins Company.251 He was discharged from military service in Canada in 1776 after spending the winter treating soldiers who had taken the smallpox.252 In November 1829, his home and adjoining buildings were destroyed by a fire along with furniture, library and provisions in store for the winter. From this time, his health rapidly failed until he died.253

Children of Dr. Joseph6 Lewis and Experience Burr (see #35) were as follows:

35. EXPERIENCE6 BURR (Ebenezer, #56)268 was born in 1743 at Haddam, Connecticut.269 She married Dr. Joseph Lewis (see #34), son of William Enos Lewis and Naomi Brockway, in 1771 at Norwich, Vermont.248 She died on 18 Feb 1819 at Norwich, Vermont.270 She was buried in Fairview Cemetery.262



Continental Army, 1781

36. CAPT. JOHN6 METCALFE (John, #58)271 was born in 1724 at "Long Branch", Fauquier Co., VA.187 He married Sybil Farrow (see #37), daughter of Abraham Farrow and Sybell (--?--), circa 1750 at VA.272 He married Mary O'Brien before 1779.272 He married Sarah Dent, daughter of Robert Dent, before 20 Mar 1780.273 He died on 8 May 1799 at Nicholas Co., Kentucky.184 He was buried in Louisville, Kentucky.33

He was also known as John Metcalfe II.274 He enlisted in the Continental Army between 1775 and 1783 during the American Revolution. He raised a company of volunteers in Fauquier County and was elected their Captain.275 He and his family and slaves and the Shackleford family migrated to Fayette Co., KY where he had been granted land by the State of Virginia for military service. He settled near Russell's Cave.276 He was "a fine character who detested all kinds of vice. He was a close student and possessed a large library.".277

Children of Capt. John6 Metcalfe and Sybil Farrow (see #37) were as follows:

37. SYBIL6 FARROW (Abraham, #60)284 was born circa 1725.285 She married Capt. John Metcalfe (see #36), son of John Metcalfe and Dianna Watkins, circa 1750 at VA.272
She was also known as Sibell Farrow.285 She was also known as Sabina Farrar.286


38. JAMES6 ALLEN was born circa 1730.33 He married Mary Stamps (see #39), daughter of Thomas Stamps and Mary Rose, before 1760.287 He died circa 1761 at VA.

Children of James6 Allen and Mary Stamps (see #39) were:

39. MARY6 STAMPS (Thomas, #62)288 was born circa 1730 at Fauquier Co, VA.287 She married James Allen (see #38) before 1760.287 She married James Shackleford, son of John Shackleford and Ann (--?--), before 17 Feb 1763 at VA.287
She and James Shackleford resided before 1784 at Walnut Branch, Decar Run, Fauquier Co., VA, raised tobacco and farmed.287


40. JAMES6 HUTCHERSON (Thomas, #64)289 was born circa 1740 at Spottsylvania Co., VA.196 He married Margaret Alsup (see #41), daughter of William Alsup and Sarah Jones, before 1767.196 He died on 28 Jul 1806 at VA.196
He was the farmer of 100 acres set off by William Alsup from land leased from John Tailferro on 5 Sep 1769 at Spottsylvania Co., VA.196

Children of James6 Hutcherson and Margaret Alsup (see #41) were:

41. MARGARET6 ALSUP (William, #66)290 was born circa 1737 at VA.196 She married James Hutcherson (see #40), son of Thomas Hutcherson and (--?--) Richerson, before 1767.196 She died on 5 Mar 1815 at VA.196


42. ELIZABETH6 GOUGE196 was born circa 1740. She was buried in Cynthiannia, Kentucky.196
She migrated to Cynthiannia, Kentucky, before 1794 from Maryland with her sons and her daughter's husband.196

Children of Elizabeth6 Gouge include:

43. WILLIAM6 MORGAN (Thomas, #68)291 was born circa 1720 at VA.292

Children of William6 Morgan include:

44. JAMES6 POTEAT292 was born circa 1740 at VA.292

Children of James6 Poteat include:

45. WILLIAM6 GRAHAM SR293 was born circa 1700 at Co. Donegal, Ireland.293 He married Jane (--?--) (see #46) circa 1730 at Ireland.294 He died in 1751 at Augusta Co., VA.295
He and John Graham Sr. immigrated to Chester Co., PA, in 1741 from Ireland. Scots-Irish Presbyterians, the Grahams originally came from Scotland and were settled in Ireland by the English to help suppress the Irish in the shore counties of Down, Antrim, Londonderry and Donegal. William and his brother found all the available land taken, so they moved south into Virginia and settled on the Calf Pasture River.296 He resided in 1742 at Calf Pasture River, Augusta Co., VA.225

Children of William6 Graham Sr. and Jane (--?--) (see #46) were as follows:

46. JANE6 (--?--)294 was born circa 1700 at Co. Donegal, Ireland.294 She married William Graham Sr. (see #45) circa 1730 at Ireland.294 She married Alexander Stuart in 1776 at Augusta Co,, VA.299
She immigrated with William Graham Sr. and John Graham Sr. to Chester Co., PA, in 1741.296 The family resided in 1742 at Calf Pasture River, Augusta Co., VA.225


47. JOHN6 ARMSTRONG223 was born circa 1700.223 He died before 1764 at VA.223
He was in military service in 1742 in Militia Co. No 1, Augusta Co., VA, under Captain John Smith and Colonel James Patton.300 He enlisted in the Augusta Co. Militia, VA, on 17 Mar 1753 and qualified as Lieutenant of Foot.301

Children of John6 Armstrong include:

48. THOMAS6 WITTEN SR. (Thomas, #69)302 was born on 10 Sep 1719 at Cecil Co., Maryland.153 He married Elizabeth Cecil (see #49), daughter of John Cecil and Elizabeth Sollers, in 1742 at Cecil Co., Maryland.153 He died in 1785 at Dublin, Pulaski Co., VA.303 He died in 1794 at Tazewell Co., VA.304
He migrated to Walker's Creek, Giles Co., VA, in 1766 with his wife and her brother and their families Walker's Creek, Giles Co., VA, from Cecil Co., MD.305 In 1767 he was the first settler in Tazewell County and he constructed a block house called Witten's Fort to protect against Cherokee and Shawnee Indians.144 In 1768 in the Battle of Rich Mountain, VA, Thomas Witten Sr. at the last great battle between Shawnees and Cherokees.144 He and Thomas J. Witten Jr. enlisted in Capt. Daniel Smith's Co., VA, in Oct 1774 and fought Indians at the Battle of Point Pleasant.144

Children of Thomas6 Witten Sr. and Elizabeth Cecil (see #49) were as follows:

49. ELIZABETH6 CECIL (John, #71)309 was born on 15 Mar 1720 at Cecil Co., Maryland, (adopted by her father's brother John).235 She married Thomas Witten Sr. (see #48), son of Thomas Witten and Ann Cecil, in 1742 at Cecil Co., Maryland.153 She died after 1795 at Tazewell Co., VA.235


50. SAMUEL6 CECIL235 was born circa 1730 at Cecil Co., Maryland.235 He married Rebecca White (see #51), daughter of Benjamin White and Ann Hilliard, before 1755 at Cecil Co., Maryland.235

Children of Samuel6 Cecil and Rebecca White (see #51) were:

51. REBECCA6 WHITE (Benjamin, #73)310 was born circa 1730 at Cecil Co., Maryland.235 She married Samuel Cecil (see #50) before 1755 at Cecil Co., Maryland.235


Generation Seven



52. DR. EBENEZER7 FISKE (Ebenezer, #75)311 was born on 5 Mar 1725 at Lexington, Massachusetts.312 He married Elizabeth Cotton (see #53), daughter of Rev. Ward Cotton and Joanna Rand, in 1751 at New Hampshire.239 He died in 1781 at Epping, New Hampshire.312
He was a Physician.242

Children of Dr. Ebenezer7 Fiske and Elizabeth Cotton (see #53) were as follows:

53. ELIZABETH7 COTTON (Ward, #77) was born on 24 Aug 1737 at Hampton, New Hampshire.314 She married Dr. Ebenezer Fiske (see #52), son of Ebenezer Fiske and Bethia Muzzy, in 1751 at New Hampshire.239 She married Jonathan Gilman after 1781 at New Hampshire.315


54. WILLIAM ENOS7 LEWIS (William, #79)316 was born on 11 Jun 1727 at Lyme, Connecticut.317 He married Naomi Brockway (see #55), daughter of John Brockway and Mary Huntley, circa 1745.318 He died on 15 Dec 1806 at Norwich, Vermont, at age 79.247 His estate was probated after 1806 and his farm of 250 acres was left to his son Noah.319
He resided before 1780 at Windsor, Hartford Co., Connecticut.257 He was a blacksmith at Norwich, Vermont.320 He and Naomi Brockway moved between 1780 and 1781 to Norwich, Vermont, from Windsor, Hartford Co., CT.319 He was elected moderator and selectman between 1784 and 1796.247

Children of William Enos7 Lewis and Naomi Brockway (see #55) were as follows:

55. NAOMI7 BROCKWAY (John, #81)321 was born on 3 May 1727 at Lyme, Connecticut.322 She was baptized on 9 May 1731 at Lyme, Connecticut.323 She married William Enos Lewis (see #54), son of William Lewis and Elizabeth Borden, circa 1745.318 She died on 28 Apr 1803 at Norwich, Vermont, at age 75.247
She was also known as Naomia Brockway.162 The family resided before 1780 at Windsor, Hartford Co., Connecticut.257 She and William Enos Lewis moved between 1780 and 1781 to Norwich, Vermont, from Windsor, Hartford Co., CT.319


56. EBENEZER7 BURR (Johnathan, #83)324 was born on 24 Jan 1711 at Middletown, Connecticut.325 He married Hannah Wetmore (see #57) circa 1740.257

Children of Ebenezer7 Burr and Hannah Wetmore (see #57) both born at Haddam, Connecticut, were as follows:

57. HANNAH7 WETMORE257 was born circa 1733.257 She married Ebenezer Burr (see #56), son of Johnathan Burr and Abigail Hubbard, circa 1740.257


58. JOHN7 METCALFE (Theophilus, #85)183 was born in 1680 at England.326 He married Dianna Watkins (see #59), daughter of Charles Watkins, in 1723 at VA.326 He died in 1751 at Fauquier Co, VA.327
He was a plantation owner in 1725 at "Longbranch", Fauquier Co., VA.192 He made a will in 1738 at VA.327

Children of John7 Metcalfe and Dianna Watkins (see #59) were as follows:

59. DIANNA7 WATKINS (Charles, #86)183 was born circa 1700.327 She married John Metcalfe (see #58), son of Theophilus Metcalfe, in 1723 at VA.326 She died after 1761 at VA.327


60. ABRAHAM7 FARROW (Abraham, #87)331 was born circa 1690. He married Sybell (--?--) (see #61).285 He died before 27 Feb 1743 at Prince William Co., VA.285 His will was proved on 27 Feb 1743 at Hamilton Parish, Prince William Co., VA.332

Children of Abraham7 Farrow and Sybell (--?--) (see #61) were as follows:

61. SYBELL7 (--?--) was born circa 1690. She married Abraham Farrow (see #60), son of Abraham Farrow.285


62. THOMAS7 STAMPS334 was born circa 1700.287 He married Mary Rose (see #63), daughter of John Rose and Mrs. Mary Blackerby.287 He died in Jan 1763 at Fauquier Co., VA.287 His will was proved on 31 Jan 1763 at Fauquier Co., VA.287
He was appointed Viewer of Crops at James City Co., VA, in 1740.287

Children of Thomas7 Stamps and Mary Rose (see #63) were as follows:

63. MARY7 ROSE (John, #88)287 was born circa 1700.287 She married Thomas Stamps (see #62).287


64. THOMAS7 HUTCHERSON196 was born before 1740 at VA.196 He married (--?--) Richerson (see #65), daughter of William Richerson and Sarah (--?--), before 1740.196 He died after 1755 at VA.196
He acquired 95 acres of land deeded by William Richerson at St. George Parish, Spottsylvania Co., VA, on 28 Mar 1755.196

Children of Thomas7 Hutcherson and (--?--) Richerson (see #65) were:

65. (--?--)7 RICHERSON (William, #90)289 was born circa 1710. She married Thomas Hutcherson (see #64) before 1740.196


66. WILLIAM7 ALSUP196 was born circa 1707.196 He married Sarah Jones (see #67), daughter of David Jones and Winnifred (--?--), before 1737.196

Children of William7 Alsup and Sarah Jones (see #67) were:

67. SARAH7 JONES (David, #92)289 was born circa 1707.196 She married William Alsup (see #66) before 1737.196


68. THOMAS7 MORGAN292 was born circa 1690.292

Children of Thomas7 Morgan include:

69. THOMAS7 WITTEN (Thomas, #94)336 was born on 9 Feb 1672 at England.337 He married Ann Cecil (see #70) before 1719.337 He died at Maryland.337

Children of Thomas7 Witten and Ann Cecil (see #70) were:

70. ANN7 CECIL337 was born circa 1700.337 She married Thomas Witten (see #69), son of Thomas Witten and Mary Bulkley, before 1719.337


71. JOHN7 CECIL (William, #96)338 was born circa 1695 at Cecil Co., Maryland.339 He married Elizabeth Sollers (see #72), daughter of John Sollers and Ann Sollers, before 1720 at Cecil Co., Maryland.340

Children of John7 Cecil and Elizabeth Sollers (see #72) were:

72. ELIZABETH7 SOLLERS (John, #97)310 was born circa 1695.341 She married John Cecil (see #71), son of William Cecil, before 1720 at Cecil Co., Maryland.340


73. BENJAMIN7 WHITE (Guy, #99)336 was born circa 1697 at Maryland.337 He married Ann Hilliard (see #74), daughter of Henry Hilliard and Elizabeth (--?--), on 1 Feb 1723 at Maryland.337 He died between 1776 and 1782 at Maryland.337

Children of Benjamin7 White and Ann Hilliard (see #74) were:

74. ANN7 HILLIARD (Henry, #101)336 was born circa 1701 at Maryland.337 She married Benjamin White (see #73), son of Guy White and Elizabeth Griffith, on 1 Feb 1723 at Maryland.337 She died at Maryland.337


Generation Eight



75. EBENEZER8 FISKE (David, #103);342 He appears to have been a popular man in his day having been called to fill many positions of trust. In 1775 in Lexington, MA, he resided on the road to Concord a little more than a mile from the Commons on a hill called Fiske Hill. It was at his house that the gallant Hayward of Acton met a British soldier coming from the well, between whom shots were fired, with fatal effects on both sides was born on 12 Sep 1692 at Lexington, Massachusetts.311 He married Grace Livermore, daughter of Samuel Harrington and Grace Livermore, on 4 Dec 1718 at Lexington, Massachusetts.311 He married Bethia Muzzy (see #76), daughter of Benjamin Muzzy and Sarah (--?--), in 1722 at Massachusetts.311 He died on 19 Dec 1776 at Lexington, Massachusetts, at age 84.
He was also known as Lt. Ebenezer Fiske.311 He was appointed Assessor at Lexington, Massachusetts, in 1736.343 He was elected Selectman between 1739 and 1759.

Children of Ebenezer8 Fiske and Bethia Muzzy (see #76) were as follows:

76. BETHIA8 MUZZY (Benjamin, #105)347 was born circa 1692.311 She married Ebenezer Fiske (see #75), son of David Fiske and Sarah Day, in 1722 at Massachusetts.311


77. REV. WARD8 COTTON (Roland, #107)348 was born in 1712 at Sandwich, Massachusetts.348 He married Joanna Rand (see #78) circa 1734. He died on 27 Nov 1768 at Plymouth, Massachusetts.348
He graduated from Harvard College, Cambridge, Massachusetts, in 1729.348 He was a Congregational Minister between 1734 and 1765 at Hampton Church, Hampton, New Hampshire.348 He moved on 12 Nov 1765 to Plymouth, Massachusetts, after dismission from Hampton Church.348

Children of Rev. Ward8 Cotton and Joanna Rand (see #78) all born at Hampton, New Hampshire, were as follows:

78. JOANNA8 RAND was born circa 1715. She married Rev. Ward Cotton (see #77), son of Rev. Roland Cotton, circa 1734.


79. WILLIAM8 LEWIS (John, #108)350 was born on 22 Oct 1690 at Lyme, Connecticut.351 He married Elizabeth Borden (see #80), daughter of William Borden, on 23 Feb 1715 at Lyme, Connecticut.352 He died circa 1751 at Hartford, Connecticut.257

Children of William8 Lewis and Elizabeth Borden (see #80) all born at Lyme, Connecticut, were as follows:

80. ELIZABETH8 BORDEN (William, #110)246 was born circa 1690 at Connecticut.257 She married William Lewis (see #79), son of John Lewis and Elizabeth Huntley, on 23 Feb 1715 at Lyme, Connecticut.352


81. JOHN8 BROCKWAY356 was born circa 1700. He married Mary Huntley (see #82) before 1727.356

Children of John8 Brockway and Mary Huntley (see #82) were:

82. MARY8 HUNTLEY356 was born circa 1705. She married John Brockway (see #81) before 1727.356


83. JOHNATHAN8 BURR (Samuel, #111)357 was born in 1679 at Hartford, Connecticut.325 He married Abigail Hubbard (see #84), daughter of Nathaniel Hubbard, circa 1707 at Middletown, Connecticut.325 He died on 1 Jan 1735 at Middletown, Connecticut.325

Children of Johnathan8 Burr and Abigail Hubbard (see #84) all born at Middletown, Connecticut, were as follows:

84. ABIGAIL8 HUBBARD (Nathaniel, #112)357 was born in 1686 at Middletown, Connecticut.325 She married Johnathan Burr (see #83), son of Samuel Burr, circa 1707 at Middletown, Connecticut.325


85. THEOPHILUS8 METCALFE183 was born circa 1650 at England.183

Children of Theophilus8 Metcalfe include:

86. CHARLES8 WATKINS (Edward, #113)359 was born circa 1650.183

Children of Charles8 Watkins include:

87. ABRAHAM8 FARROW285 was born circa 1650. He died at VA.285
He resided in 1694 at Stafford Co., VA.285 He resided after 1694 at Prince William Co., VA.285

Children of Abraham8 Farrow include:

88. JOHN8 ROSE287 was born circa 1680.360 He married Mrs. Mary Blackerby (see #89) circa 1700.287 He died in Nov 1742 at Northumberland Co., VA.360
He made a will mentions Mary-Thomas Stamps and Thomas Dodson, exec.360

Children of John8 Rose and Mrs. Mary Blackerby (see #89) were as follows:

89. MRS. MARY8 BLACKERBY was born circa 1680. She married John Rose (see #88) circa 1700.287


90. WILLIAM8 RICHERSON196 was born circa 1680. He married Sarah (--?--) (see #91) before 1710.196 He died before 1765 at St. George Parish, Spottsylvania Co., VA.196 His will was proved on 28 Mar 1755 at St. George Parish, Spottsylvania Co., VA, leaving to his son-in-law Thomas Hutcherson, and then to his son James, "deed of gift," being 95 acres of land.196

Children of William8 Richerson and Sarah (--?--) (see #91) were:

91. SARAH8 (--?--)196 was born circa 1680. She married William Richerson (see #90) before 1710.196
Her married name was Richarson.33


92. DAVID8 JONES196 was born circa 1680. He married Winnifred (--?--) (see #93) before 1707.196
He made a will in 1766 at Spottsylvania Co., VA, and he gave five slaves and other property to daughter Sarah.196

Children of David8 Jones and Winnifred (--?--) (see #93) were:

93. WINNIFRED8 (--?--)196 was born circa 1680. She married David Jones (see #92) before 1707.196


94. THOMAS8 WITTEN337 was born in 1632 at England.337 He married Mary Bulkley (see #95), daughter of William Bulkley, on 31 Dec 1656 at Barbados.337 He died at Maryland.337

Children of Thomas8 Witten and Mary Bulkley (see #95) were:

95. MARY8 BULKLEY (William, #115)362 was born circa 1636 at Barbados.337 She married Thomas Witten (see #94) on 31 Dec 1656 at Barbados.337


96. WILLIAM8 CECIL (John Cissell, #116)363 was born in 1665.364 He died in Jul 1749 at Maryland.364

Children of William8 Cecil include:

97. JOHN8 SOLLERS (Robert, #118)362 was born circa 1631 at Worchestershire, England.367 He married Ann Sollers (see #98).337 He died before 16 Feb 1699 at Maryland.337
He immigrated to Anne Arundel Co., Maryland, circa 1653 from England.368 He was a gentleman plantation owner, active in affairs of the colony, a juror, and a justice of the peace.368 He moved after 1660 to Calvert Co., Maryland.368

Children of John8 Sollers and Ann Sollers (see #98) were as follows:

98. ANN8 SOLLERS337 was born circa 1663.337 She married John Sollers (see #97), son of Robert Sollers.337


99. GUY8 WHITE337 was born in 1670 at Maryland.337 He married Elizabeth Griffith (see #100) at Maryland.337 He died in Dec 1712 at Maryland.337

Children of Guy8 White and Elizabeth Griffith (see #100) were:

100. ELIZABETH8 GRIFFITH337 was born in 1675 at Manor, Maryland.337 She married Guy White (see #99) at Maryland.337 She died after 16 Jun 1752 at Maryland.337


101. HENRY8 HILLIARD337 was born circa 1670 at Maryland.337 He married Elizabeth (--?--) (see #102) circa 1690 at Maryland.337 He died circa 12 Feb 1719 at Maryland.337

Children of Henry8 Hilliard and Elizabeth (--?--) (see #102) were:

102. ELIZABETH8 (--?--)337 was born circa 1673.337 She married Henry Hilliard (see #101) circa 1690 at Maryland.337


Generation Nine



103. DAVID9 FISKE (David, #119)370 was born on 15 Apr 1650 at Cambridge Farms, Massachusetts.371 He was born on 15 Apr 1650 at Watertown, Massachusetts.370 He married Sarah Day (see #104), daughter of Robert Day and Hannah Pingree, on 17 Jun 1674 at Ipswich, Massachusetts.372 He died on 23 Oct 1729 at Lexington, Massachusetts, at age 79.370
He was elected Tythingman circa 1692 at Cambridge Farms, Massachusetts.373 He was an original member of at the first meeting house, Cambridge Farms (Lexington), Massachusetts, in 1692.374

Children of David9 Fiske and Sarah Day (see #104) were as follows:

104. SARAH9 DAY (Robert, #121)375 was born in 1654 at Ipswich, Massachusetts. She married David Fiske (see #103), son of Lt. David Fiske esq. and Lydia Cooper, on 17 Jun 1674 at Ipswich, Massachusetts.372 She died on 22 Apr 1729 at Lexington, Massachusetts.
She witnessed the will of Robert Day in 1683 at Ipswich, Massachusetts.373


105. BENJAMIN9 MUZZY (Benjamin, #123)376 was born on 16 Apr 1657 at Cambridge Farms, Massachusetts.377 He married Sarah (--?--) (see #106).343 He died on 17 May 1732 at Cambridge Farms, Massachusetts, at age 75.377

Children of Benjamin9 Muzzy and Sarah (--?--) (see #106) were as follows:

106. SARAH9 (--?--)343 was born circa 1660. She married Benjamin Muzzy (see #105), son of Benjamin Muzzy.343


107. REV. ROLAND9 COTTON (John, #124)379 was born on 27 Dec 1667 at Plymouth, Massachusetts.380 He married Elizabeth Saltonstall, daughter of Nathaniel Saltonstall.380
He was also known as Rowland Cotton.380 He graduated from Harvard College in 1685.381

Children of Rev. Roland9 Cotton include:

108. JOHN9 LEWIS (John, #126)383 was born circa 1657 at New London, Connecticut.257 He married Elizabeth Huntley (see #109), daughter of John Huntley, on 24 May 1677 at New London, Connecticut.384 He died on 8 May 1717 at Connecticut killed instantly as he sat on a horse, by the sudden fall of a limb from a tree which men were cutting.385
"...presented by the grand jury for absenting himself at unseasonable hours of the night, to the great grief of his parents" and "John Lewis and Sarah Chapman presented for sitting together on the Lord's day, under an apple tree, in Goodman Chapman's orchard".386 He was appointed constable at Lyme, Connecticut, in 1681.387 He enlisted in the Train Band (militia), Lyme, Connecticut, after 1700 as a sergeant.385

Children of John9 Lewis and Elizabeth Huntley (see #109) were as follows:

109. ELIZABETH9 HUNTLEY (John, #128)392 was baptized on 27 Oct 1657 at Roxbury, Massachusetts.393 She married John Lewis (see #108), son of John Lewis Sr. and Sarah (--?--), on 24 May 1677 at New London, Connecticut.384 She died on 26 Dec 1741 at Groton, Connecticut, at age 84.394


110. WILLIAM9 BORDEN (Thomas, #129)395 was born on 10 Jan 1668 at Providence, RI.396

Children of William9 Borden include:

111. SAMUEL9 BURR (Benjamin, #130)358 was born circa 1625 at England.325 He died on 29 Sep 1682 at Hartford, Connecticut.325
He was admitted as a Freeman in May 1658 at Hartford, Connecticut.325 "He seems to be a man of great energy and business ability, and left quite a large estate.".325

Children of Samuel9 Burr all born Hartford, Connecticut include:

112. NATHANIEL9 HUBBARD (George, #132)357 was born at Middletown, Connecticut.325

Children of Nathaniel9 Hubbard include:

113. EDWARD9 WATKINS183 was born circa 1625.183 He married Margaret (--?--) (see #114) circa 1650.183

Children of Edward9 Watkins and Margaret (--?--) (see #114) were:

114. MARGARET9 (--?--) was born circa 1625.183 She married Edward Watkins (see #113) circa 1650.183


115. WILLIAM9 BULKLEY337 was born circa 1610.337

Children of William9 Bulkley include:

116. JOHN9 CISSELL337 was born in 1658 at England.337 He married Mary (--?--) (see #117) circa 1683 at VA.337 He died on 6 Jun 1698 at Maryland.337

Children of John9 Cissell and Mary (--?--) (see #117) were:

117. MARY9 (--?--)337 was born circa 1662 at England.337 She married John Cissell (see #116) circa 1683 at VA.337


118. ROBERT9 SOLLERS337 was born circa 1634 at England.337

Children of Robert9 Sollers include:

Generation Ten



119. LT. DAVID10 FISKE ESQ. (David, #133)397 was born before 18 Dec 1623 at Weeley, England.398 He was baptized on 18 Dec 1623 at Weeley, England.399 He was born in 1624 at Laxfield, England.370 He married Lydia Cooper (see #120), daughter of Simon Cooper and Lydia (--?--), in 1646 at Cambridge, Massachusetts.400 He married Seaborn Wilson, daughter of Theophilus Wilson, on 6 Sep 1655 at Ipswich, Massachusetts.374 He died on 14 Feb 1710 at Lexington, Massachusetts. He died on 24 Feb 1710/11 at Cambridge Farms, Massachusetts.401
He immigrated to Cambridge Farms (Lexington), Massachusetts, circa 1637 from England with his parents.402 He was admitted as a Freeman on 26 May 1647 at Cambridge Farms, Massachusetts.374 He witnessed the will of David Fiske on 22 Jan 1661/62 at Cambridge, Massachusetts.403 He was appointed surveyor of the town at Worcester in 1675.373 He was elected Selectman in 1688.374 He was a wheelwright, precinct clerk, assessor, and Lieutenant of Provincial Troops.373 He was elected Representative in 1689.374 He made a will on 20 Dec 1711 at Court of Probate, Charlestown, Massachusetts.403

Children of Lt. David10 Fiske esq. and Lydia Cooper (see #120) were as follows:

120. LYDIA10 COOPER (Simon, #135)408 was born circa 1624 at Massachusetts. She married Lt. David Fiske esq. (see #119), son of David Fiske and Sarah Smith, in 1646 at Cambridge, Massachusetts.400 She died on 29 Nov 1654 at Massachusetts.
She immigrated to Watertown, Massachusetts, circa 1636 from England with her mother and step-father Deacon Gregory Stone.409


121. ROBERT10 DAY was born in 1605 at England.410 He married Hannah Pingree (see #122) circa 1637 at Ipswich, Massachusetts, 2nd wife.411 He died after 1683 at Ipswich, Massachusetts.
He immigrated to Ipswich, Massachusetts, in 1635 from England aboard the Hopewell, Capt. Bundocke.410 He was a Bricklayer between 1637 and 1683.412 He was admitted as a Freeman on 2 Jun 1641 at Ipswich, Massachusetts.410 He made a will in 1683 at Ipswich, Massachusetts.373

Children of Robert10 Day and Hannah Pingree (see #122) were:

122. HANNAH10 PINGREE was born circa 1630 at England. She married Robert Day (see #121) circa 1637 at Ipswich, Massachusetts, 2nd wife.411
She was also known as Hannah Pengry.337


123. BENJAMIN10 MUZZY (Robert, #137)413 was born circa 1600 at England.377 He married Alice Dexter, daughter of Richard Dexter, circa 1655 at Maine.377
He was admitted as a Freeman in 1665 at Cambridge Farms, Massachusetts.377

Children of Benjamin10 Muzzy include:

124. REV. JOHN10 COTTON (John, #138)414 was born circa 1637 at Boston, Massachusetts. He married Joanna Rossiter (see #125), daughter of Dr. Bray Rossiter, on 7 Nov 1660 at Wethersfield, Connecticut.415
He graduated from Harvard College in 1657.348 He was a minister in May 1664 at Plymouth, Massachusetts. He was excommunicated by his father's church for three aggravated offenses, but was restored the next month.380 In 1697, he was dismissed from his church after 28 years of service.380

Children of Rev. John10 Cotton and Joanna Rossiter (see #125) were as follows:

125. JOANNA10 ROSSITER (Bray, #140)417 was born in 1642.418 She married Rev. John Cotton (see #124), son of Rev. John Cotton and Sarah (--?--), on 7 Nov 1660 at Wethersfield, Connecticut.415 She died on 12 Oct 1702 at Plymouth, Massachusetts.418
She was admitted as a Freeman in 1661 at Wethersfield, Connecticut.418


126. JOHN10 LEWIS SR.;419 The name John Lewis, is found several times repeated among the early emigrants to New England. One came over in the Hercules, from Sandwich, in 1635, with wife, Sarah, and one child; and was enrolled as from Tenterden, in Kent. This is probably the same that appears on the list of freemen in Scituate, Mass., 1637. He afterward disappears from the records of that town, and we suppose him to be the John Lewis, who came to New London, 1648. Another John Lewis, who was probably an original emigrant, settled in Saybrook or Lyme; his inventory was presented at the county court, in 1670. Still another John Lewis was living at "Sqummacutt," (Westerly) in 1673 was born circa 1610 at England.419 He married Sarah (--?--) (see #127) before 1634 at Tenterden, County Kent, England.420 He died on 8 Dec 1676 at New London, Connecticut.421
He and Sarah (--?--) immigrated to Massachusetts in 1635 in Hercules from Sandwich, England with one child.422 He was admitted as a Freeman in 1637 at Scituate, Massachusetts.419 He resided in 1648 at New London, Connecticut, and was one of the first grantees of lots in the town.423 He was admitted as a Freeman before 1669 at New London, Connecticut.257

Children of John10 Lewis Sr. and Sarah (--?--) (see #127) were as follows:

127. SARAH10 (--?--)257 was born circa 1620.257 She married John Lewis Sr. (see #126) before 1634 at Tenterden, County Kent, England.420
She and John Lewis Sr. immigrated to Massachusetts in 1635 in Hercules from Sandwich, England with one child.422


128. JOHN10 HUNTLEY257 was born circa 1625 at England.426 He married Jane (--?--) circa 1650 at Boston, Massachusetts.427 He married Mary Barnes, daughter of John Barnes and Sarah Barnes, in Jun 1669 at Lyme, Connecticut.428 He died on 16 Nov 1676 at Lyme, Connecticut.429 His will was proved in 1677.430
He resided circa 1640 at Boston, Massachusetts.431 He was in the business of shipping fish to the Barbadoes in 1648 at Boston, Massachusetts.432 He resided in 1650 at Salem, Massachusetts.390 He was employed at the Iron Works, Salem, Massachusetts, in 1650.390 Was employed as a cooper.433 He was a farmer in 1665 at Lyme, Connecticut.434 He was involved in a riot protesting the boundary between Lyme and New London on 12 Mar 1671/72.390

Children of John10 Huntley include:

129. THOMAS10 BORDEN396 was born circa 1640 at England.396 He married Mary Harris, daughter of William Harris, on 20 Jan 1664 at Providence, RI.396

Children of Thomas10 Borden include:

130. BENJAMIN10 BURR325 was born circa 1600 at England.325 He married Anna (--?--) (see #131) at England.325 He died in Mar 1681 at Hartford, Connecticut.325
He immigrated to Massachusetts circa 1630 (possibly as part of the Winthrop Fleet because so many other early Hartford settlers were also in that expedition.).325 He was an original settler and proprietor at Hartford in 1635. He was thrifty and relatively well-to-do, but he mingled little in town affairs.325 He made a will on 2 Jan 1677 at Hartford, Connecticut.325

Children of Benjamin10 Burr and Anna (--?--) (see #131) were as follows:

131. ANNA10 (--?--)325 was born circa 1600 at England.325 She married Benjamin Burr (see #130) at England.325 She died on 31 Aug 1683 at Hartford, Connecticut.325


132. GEORGE10 HUBBARD325 was born at Middletown, Connecticut.325

Children of George10 Hubbard include:

Generation Eleven



133. DAVID11 FISKE (Jeffrey, #141)435 was born circa 1601 at Laxfield, England.33 He was born circa 1601 at St. James, South Elmham, England.436 He married Sarah Smith (see #134), daughter of Edmund Smithe, on 26 Sep 1620 at Wrentham, County Suffolk, England.437 He died after 10 Sep 1661 at Watertown, Massachusetts.438
He immigrated to Watertown, Massachusetts, circa 1636 from England.439 He was proprietor of a homestall of 22 acres and of six other lots amounting to 227 acres in Feb 1637/38 at Watertown, Massachusetts.440 He was admitted as a Freeman in Mar 1637/38 at Watertown, Massachusetts.441 He was elected Selectman between 1639 and 1642 at Watertown, Massachusetts.442 He was granted a lot and was purchaser of six others at Watertown, Massachusetts, in 1644.441 He was appointed Juror between 1652 and 1657.373 He made a will on 22 Jan 1661/62 at Cambridge, Massachusetts.403

Children of David11 Fiske and Sarah Smith (see #134) all born at Weeley, England, were as follows:

134. SARAH11 SMITH (Edmund Smithe, #143) was born circa 1600 at Wrentham, England. She married David Fiske (see #133), son of Jeffrey Fiske and Sarah Cooke, on 26 Sep 1620 at Wrentham, County Suffolk, England.437 She died before 1636 at Massachusetts.448
She was also known as Sarah Smythe.449


135. SIMON11 COOPER450 was born circa 1600 at England.450 He married Lydia (--?--) (see #136) before 1624 at England.450 He died after 1634 at England.450

Children of Simon11 Cooper and Lydia (--?--) (see #136) were:

136. LYDIA11 (--?--)450 was born circa 1600 at England.450 She married Simon Cooper (see #135) before 1624 at England.450 She married Dea. Gregory Stone circa 1627 at England.450 She died on 24 Jun 1674 at Cambridge, Massachusetts.409
She and Dea. Gregory Stone immigrated to Watertown, Massachusetts, before 1636 from England.409


137. ROBERT11 MUZZY377 was born circa 1600 at England.377

Children of Robert11 Muzzy include:

138. REV. JOHN11 COTTON (Rowland, #144)451 was born on 4 Dec 1585 at Derby, England.418 He married Sarah (--?--) (see #139) before 1632 at Boston, Lincolnshire, England.418 He died on 23 Dec 1652 at Boston, Massachusetts, at age 67.418
He was educated at Trinity College in 1606.418 He immigrated to Boston, Massachusetts, on 4 Sep 1633 from England in the Griffin with several of his parish.452

Children of Rev. John11 Cotton and Sarah (--?--) (see #139) were:

139. SARAH11 (--?--)418 married Rev. John Cotton (see #138), son of Rowland Cotton, before 1632 at Boston, Lincolnshire, England.418


140. DR. BRAY11 ROSSITER (Edward, #145)453 married Elizabeth (--?--).454 He died on 30 Sep 1672 at Guilford, Connecticut.454
He was also known as Bray Rosseter.454 He was also known as Bryan Rocester.454 He and Edward Rossiter immigrated in 1630 from England in the Mary and John.455 He was admitted as a Freeman on 18 May 1631 at Guilford, Connecticut.454 He was appointed first Town Clerk at Windsor, Massachusetts, in 1639.454 He was a physician at Guilford, Connecticut.454 He was living in 1642 at Guilford, Connecticut.454 He made a will in 1672.454

Children of Dr. Bray11 Rossiter include:

Generation Twelve



141. JEFFREY12 FISKE (Robert, #146)456 was born circa 1552 at Fressingfield, England.457 He married Sarah Cooke (see #142) circa 1583 at England.458 He died in 1629 at Great Bentley, England, 11 May to 23 July.458 He was buried in Great Bentley.459
He was also known as Geoffrey Fiske.460 He was a Yeoman.461 He made a will on 11 May 1629 of St. James and South Elmham, Co. Suffolk and Great Bentley, Co. Essex.448

Children of Jeffrey12 Fiske and Sarah Cooke (see #142) were as follows:

142. SARAH12 COOKE was born circa 1575 at England. She married Jeffrey Fiske (see #141), son of Robert Fiske and Sibilla Gold, circa 1583 at England.458 She was buried in St. James, England.459
She was also known as Mary Cooke.471


143. EDMUND12 SMITHE was born circa 1575 at Wrentham, England.436
He was also known as Edmund Smythe.449

Children of Edmund12 Smithe include:

144. ROWLAND12 COTTON482 was born circa 1550 at Derby, England.418

Children of Rowland12 Cotton include:

145. EDWARD12 ROSSITER454 was born circa 1580 at England.454
He and Dr. Bray Rossiter immigrated in 1630 from England in the Mary and John.455

Children of Edward12 Rossiter include:

Generation Thirteen



146. ROBERT13 FISKE (Richard, #148) was born circa 1525 at Stadhaugh, England. He married Sibilla Gold (see #147) before 1548 at England.483 Robert Fiske married Joan (--?--).484 He died in 1600 at St. James (south of Elmham), England.463 His will was proved on 28 Jul 1602 at Metfield, County Suffolk, executors sons Geoffrey and Eliezar.448
He "fled for religion in Q Maries dayes" after 31 May 1556 at St. James, England.485 He resided before 1590 at Broad Gates, Laxfield, England.463 He made a will on 10 Apr 1590 at England.463

Children of Robert13 Fiske and Sibilla Gold (see #147) were as follows:

147. SIBILLA13 GOLD;448 "...was taken and imprisoned in the castle at Norwich for her religion in Q. Maries time but by Gods providence [was] delivered through the great power that her two brothers then had in the country." (Candler Manuscript) was born circa 1525 at England. She married Robert Fiske (see #146), son of Richard Fiske, before 1548 at England.483
She was also known as Sybil Barber.487 And Sybilla Phillips.448 She was also known as Sybilla Gould. She was also known as Sybilla Barbor. She was also known as Sybil Gould.487 When Queen Mary took the throne in 1556, she began persecuting Protestants. Sibilla and her sister were arrested and charged with heresy and locked in Norfolk Castle. Her brothers were very influential and were able to secure their release.488


Generation Fourteen



148. RICHARD14 FISKE (Simon, #149)489 was born circa 1493 at Laxfield, England.490
He made a will on 25 Jan 1505 at The Broadgates, Laxfield Parish, County Suffolk, England, legacies to all his children. He bequethed to his brother Master John Fiske ten marks to sing for the repose of his soul for one year. Little else is known about the life of Richard Fiske. Of his eleven sons, at least eight lived to maturity and settled in the nearby parishes of Tivetshall, St. Mary, County Norfolk, and of Dennington, Fressingfield, St. James, South Elmham, St. Michaels, South Elmham, and Westhall, County Suffolk, as well as in Laxfield.491

Children of Richard14 Fiske include:

Generation Fifteen



149. SIMON15 FISKE (William, #151)498 was born circa 1460 at Laxfield, England.499 He was born circa 1475 at Laxfield, England. He married Margery (--?--) (see #150) circa 1480 at England. He died before 13 Jul 1538 at Laxfield, England.500 His will was proved on 13 Jul 1538.501
He was also known as Geoffrey Fiske.484 He was also known as Symond Fiske.502 He was mentioned in the will of Joan Lynne on 28 Feb 1505 at County Suffolk, England.501 He made a will on 10 Jul 1536 at Laxfield, England. He desired to be buried at the chancel end of the Church of All Saints in Laxfield, next his father, son Robert, son William, and wife Elizabeth, son Jeffrey, Daughter Joan Iverton, Gelyne Warner, Agnes Fiske and son Simon.500

Children of Simon15 Fiske and Margery (--?--) (see #150) were as follows:

150. MARGERY15 (--?--)498 was born circa 1475 at England. She married Simon Fiske (see #149), son of William Fiske and Joan Lynne, circa 1480 at England. She died in Jun 1558 at Halesworth, England.
She was also known as Elizabeth Fiske.33


Generation Sixteen



151. WILLIAM16 FISKE (Symond, #153)500 was born circa 1425 at Laxfield, England.507 He married Joan Lynne (see #152) circa 1450.507 He died in 1504 at England.500
He was mentioned in the will of Symond Fiske on 26 Feb 1464 at Norwich, County Suffolk, England.508

Children of William16 Fiske and Joan Lynne (see #152) all born at Laxfield, England, were as follows:

152. JOAN16 LYNNE was born circa 1440 at England. She married William Fiske (see #151), son of Symond Fiske, circa 1450.507 She died in 1505 at England.500 Her will was proved on 28 Feb 1505 at County Suffolk, England.501


Generation Seventeen



153. SYMOND17 FISKE ((?), #154);515 Symond Fiske was probably a grandson of Hugh Fiske of Fisqs, who appears as a landholder at Laxfield about the middle of the fourteenth century and in his turn was probably a descendant of Daniel Fiske of Laxfield, 1208. (Sometimes referred to as Lord Symond Fyske, there is no support for this title.) was born circa 1400 at Laxfield, England.516 He married Sussanah Smythe before 1425 at England.500 He married Katherine Crispe circa 1430 at Laxfield Parish, County Suffolk, England.500 His will was proved on 26 Feb 1464 at Norwich, County Suffolk, England.508
He was also known as Simon Fiske.517 He was living on 1 Dec 1421 at Laxfield Parish, County Suffolk, England.518 He was a wheelwright in 1463 at Laxfield, England.516 One prominent researcher asserted that Symond was a lord, but there is no evidence to support this. He made a will on 22 Dec 1463 at Laxfield Parish, County Suffolk, England, Proved 26 Feb 1464. Bequests his sold to God, the Virgin Mary and all the Saints in Heaven, bequeths to each of his sons 20 pounds. Mentions his daughter Margaret Dowsing. Executors wife Katherine and son John.500

Children of Symond17 Fiske all born Laxfield, England include:

Generation Eighteen



154. (--?--)18 FISKE (Hugh, #155)521 was born circa 1350 at Laxfield, England.499

Children of (--?--)18 Fiske include:

Generation Nineteen



155. HUGH19 FISKE (Daniel, #156);522 He was probably a descendant of Daniel Fisc of Laxfield who, in 1208, was a grantee of the park at Digneveton was born circa 1300 at England.499
He resided in 1340 at the hundred of Hoxne, County Suffolk, England.523 He was living between 1345 and 1346 at Laxfield, England, where he was mentioned as a landholder in a deed.524

Children of Hugh19 Fiske include:

Generation Twenty



156. DANIEL20 FISKE500 was born circa 1170 at England.525
King John granted land to the men of Laxfield. Included in the list of names of those to who the grant was made was that of Daniel Fisc.526

Children of Daniel20 Fiske include:




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