Francis Jeremiah Shea
was born about 1890 in Pawcatuk, CT. Aged 31 at the birth of his daughter Marion
in 1921. A shoe merchant in Barre, VT. at the time of the birth of his son Milton
in 1917. By the time of the 1930 census he was managing a dry goods store in
Barre. By 1940 he had moved to Boston, MA with Lena, Marion, and Milton, where
he managed a clothing store.|
Marion Elizabeth Shea was born on 24 May 1921 in Barre, Vermont. She died on 8 Oct 2009 in Jamaica Plain, MA. BARRE - Marion E. Shea of Jamaica Plain, Mass, and formerly of Barre died Oct. 8, 2009.
Marion was born in Barre, the daughter of the late Frank J. and Lena (Pitkin) Shea, and sister of the late Milton F. Shea.
Marion graduated from the Girls High School, Boston, and attended Harvard University and Suffolk University. She was a member of the Daughter of the American Revolution Regent of Paul Revere Chapter, Member of the Colonial Dames of the XVII Century Olde Boston Chapter and the Vermont Society of Mayflower Decedents.
A funeral service will be held on Tuesday, Oct 13, 2009, at 10 a.m. in the First Baptist Church, 71 Bond St., Norwood, Mass. Relatives and friends are kindly invited. Visiting in the church prior to the service at 9 a.m. Interment will be held at Mt. Hope Cemetery in Boston.
Parents: Francis Jeremiah Shea and Lena Florina PITKIN.
Milton Francis Shea was born on 2 Oct 1917 in Barre, Vermont. Milton is listed in the 1940 census of Boston, MA as a salesman for a brush company, living with his parents and sister. Parents: Francis Jeremiah Shea and Lena Florina PITKIN.
Daniel Shed was born about 1596 in Finchingfield, Essex, England. He died on 8 Feb 1656/57 in Finchingfield, Essex, England. From "Daniel Shed Genealogy" by Frank E. Shedd and J. Gardner Bartlett: "Daniel was born about 1596, doubtless in Finchingfleld, where the registers before 1617 are missing, so the record of his baptism is lost. He was evidently named for his uncle Daniel10 Shed. He became a yeoman in Finchingfield and resided, at least at one period, in the manor of Cornish Hall (which is located about three miles north of the church), as at a manor court with view of frankpledge held there 19 May 1627, the court rolls show that Daniel Shedd and James Chaplyn were assessors of fines of the manor. (Court Rolls of Cornish Hall in Honour of Clare, Duchy of Lancaster, Bundle 120, No.1843, Public Record Office, London.) That Daniel" Shed was held in good esteem in his parish is appar-ent from the fact that he held in the church from 1631 to 1635 the office of questman (now termed sidesman). As the eldest son, he was made the residuary legatee and executor of his father's will in 1637, as previously related. In Feb. 1641/2, Parliament sent a manifesto throughout England, to test public opinion, protesting against any influence in the Government by the Church of Rome. Copies were sent to the constables of every parish in the country, who were ordered to show or read it to every male inhabitant over eighteen years of age, to list the names of all those persons who signed it or assented, and also to list the names of all who refused to sign. These lists were soon returned to Parliament, and many of them are still preserved, giving the names of all males in a parish over eighteen years of age. Among these so-called Protestation Rolls of 1642, which are preserved at the Houses of Parliament, are those for all the parishes in Hinckford Hundred, County Essex, including Finchingfleld for which over two hundred names appear, among them that of "Danyell Shead." He evidently continued in Finchingfield until his death where he was buried 8 Feb. 1056/7, leaving no will, nor was any administration taken out on his estate. He was about sixty years of age at the time of his decease."
Parents: Thomas Shed and Katherine.
Thomas Shed was born about 1574 in Great Easton, Essex, England. He was baptized on 13 Mar 1574 in Great Easton, Essex, England. He died about Sep 1637 in Finchingfield, Essex, England. From "Daniel Shed Genealogy" by Frank E. Shedd and J.Gardner Bartlett; "Thomas was baptized at Great Easton, County Essex, 13 Mar. 1574/5, but when an infant was taken by his parents in their removal into the adjoining town of Thaxted where he 'was brought up, and like his father and grandfather he became a husbandman or yeoman or farmer. Soon after he became of age he married and settled in Finchingfield in Hinckford Hundred, County Essex, a rural parish of which the church lies five miles east of Thaxted Church, the two parishes being separated only by the parishes of Little Sampford and Little Bardfield. Unfortunately the parish registers of Finch-ingfield before 1617 are lost, although completely preserved from the latter year, so that the record of the marriage of Thomas10 Shed and the baptisms of his children are not found, but their names are supplied by his will.
Finchingfield is about forty-five miles north-east from London by charming motor road through Chigwell, Ongar and Great Dunmow, the last-named place, nine miles distant, being the nearest railroad station. The parish is rather flat and low, covers over eight thousand acres, has a population of about fifteen hundred, and near the centre and church is a large village built about Finchingfield Green. The church, located on a slight hill, is a large and ancient structure of flint, consisting of chancel with sidechapels, long nave with aisles, north and south porches, and a square western tower with embattled parapet, formerly surmounted by a lofty spire which was blown down in 17O2. In the tower there is a chime of eight bells requiring restoration. In the chapels are several fine altar tombs of families who were lords of the manors in ancient times. There are several manors in the parish, of which Spains Hall and Cornish Hall are the most impor-tant. Finchingfield was the birthplace of the emigrant Daniel Shed and the home of his father and grandfather.
Thomas Shed was the first of the family to locate in Finchingfield, and all the Sheds there in the seventeenth century were descended from him. As "Old Thomas Shed" he was buried there 9 Sept. 1637, leaving the following will, literally copied: In the name of God, Amen, the fowertene daye of August 1637, I Thomas Sheade of Fynchingfleld in the Countie of Essex, Hus-bandman, beinge of good & perfect remembrance, thankes be to Almightie God therfor, Do make and ordayne this my Laste will and testement in maner and forme followinge. First, I give and bequeath my soule into the hands of God who gave it me, hopinge and trustinge throw the merittes of Jesus Christe my onlye Saviour to have forgiveness of my synnes and Lyffe everlastinge in Hevene. Secondly, concerninge my goodes, I dispose them as hereafter:
First, I give and bequeath unto Kathren my wyff xx 5. of good and lawfull money of England to be payed by my Executor within one yeare after my Decesse. Itm. I give unto Thomas Shede my sonne and unto Suzan my Daughter and Elizabeth my Daughter xijd. apece within one weeke next after my Decese. All the rest of my goods and chattels and moveables, goods within howsse and without howsse whatsoever, I give and bequeath unto Danyell Sheed my sonne, to be ordered and Dispossed at the Discrission of my executor. And I Doe ordayne and apoynt my sonne Danyell Shead my sole Executor of this my Last will and testement, pray-inge and desieringe hime to Deale truly as I hoope he will. Memaru'. I doe give unto Suzan Kent my grayndchilde the Beed and beddinge she lye on, and a whele and rele. Sealed, delivered, acknowledged, and published this to be the Last will of me the said Thomas in the presence of us, Robert Cracknell, Francis Mascall, William Mascall, John Mascall. [Signed] The mark of H Thomas Shead. Proved 15 Oct.. 1640. (Archdeaconry Court of Middlesex, Essex and Herts, Bundle "Brown," No. 52.) The spelling in this will seems strange, but spelling was not standardized before 1700, even among the educated; witness the History of Plymouth by Gov. Bradford. of college education.
Parents: Thomas Shedd and Usula Richardson.
Daniel Shedd was born about 1620 in England. He died on 27 Jul 1708 in Billerica, Massachusetts. Parents: Daniel Shed and Sarah.
Elizabeth Shedd was born in 1688 in Groton, Massachusetts. Parents: Samuel Shedd and Elizabeth Bowers.
She was married to Robert Robbins on 3 Jan 1720 in Groton, Massachusetts.
Samuel Shedd was born on 13 Aug 1660 in Billerica, Massachusetts. He died about Oct 1723 in Groton, Massachusetts. From "Daniel Shedd Genealogy" by Frank E. Shedd (Shedd Family Association, Boston, 1921): ". . . little can be learned of (Samuel's) career though it probably did not differ much from that of his brothers. He took the oath of fidelity in 1677 and was thus admitted early to the rights of a freeman. His name is found in a tax rate for Billerica in 1688 in the sum of 2s-2d. His first two children were born in Chelmsford, Mass., but it is presumable that the Indian massacres in the summer of 1690 and again two years later caused him to give up his settlement on the frontier and seek the greater protection afforded in Billerica, little as that was, for the next child's birth is on the records of Billerica. He appears to have resided later for about eight years in Chelmsford and then after 1702 in Groton, Mass., where all his later years were spent. He was a man of good standing and possessed of considerable property in that part of Groton since 1753 Pepperell, and he died in Groton about Oct. 1723. His will dated 5 Oct. 1723, just after the death of his son Daniel, and lodged 13 Nov. 1723 has an opening part showing a very religious spirit controlling him. He devises to his beloved wife Elizabeth, then to his son Samuel he gives "Upland and meadow near Baddecook and burnt meadow also a meadow at Cow-pond Brook &c all in Groton." to the heirs of his son "Daniel Shead" 40 shillings, and the same to his son Jonathan in full of his share. to his daughters, Elizabeth Robins 5 shillings, Mary Gilson 40 shillings, Hannah Green 40 shillings, Sarah Hutchins 5 pounds, and Esther Pearce 50 shillings, all of them having previously received something. to his youngest daughter Abigail Shead 18 pounds to be paid at her marriage or when twenty-one years of age. Hes youngest son John was residuary legatee of all his buildings and land, his oxen and other cattle, etc., and said son and his mother were appointed executors of the will (which was signed with a mark)." Parents: Daniel Shedd and Elizabeth.
Thomas Shedd was born in 1545 in Debden, Essex, England. He died in 1612 in Great Easton, Essex, England. From "Daniel Shed Genealogy" by Frank E. Shedd and J. Gardner Bartlett: Thomas was born in Debden, County Essex, in 1545, and was living there at the time of his marriage in 1572. During the next four years he resided in the adjoining parish of Great Easton, and in 1576 moved into the adjacent larger town of Thaxted where he continued about a score of years. While living here he inherited by the will of his father in 1s84/5 four acres of land called "The Lees," an enclosed field called "Mays" and a legacy of £20 in money. He later returned to Great Easton, where he died in 1612, aged about sixty-seven years. In various records he is termed a husbandman [farmer]. Great Easton is a rural village and parish comprising about twenty-five hundred acres, mostly well cultivated, and with a population of about one thousand. There are two ancient manors, viz., the small Manor of Blamsted Hall, and the principal Manor of Great Easton. The church of Great Easton is an ancient stone structure of mixed styles of architecture from the twelfth to the fourteenth centuries, and its parish registers are preserved from 1558. Thaxted has always been a more populous and important place, and existed as a town even at the Roman period; about 1555 it was created a borough and market town, and was in ancient times an important center of the iron trade; but the corporate charter was annulled in 1687. Thaxted covers over six thousand acres, has a population of about two thousand, and has quite a village near the ancient church which is a large and fine flint and stone structure with buttressed and embattled walls, and a western tower surmounted by a lofty croketed spire. The registers date from 1538. The ancient village Guild hall and the castellated manor house of Horham Hall, two miles southwest of the church, are picturesque edifices. The socialist Countess of Warwick is now the principal landowner and the patron of the vicarage in which she has placed a socialist clergyman who flies a red flag in the church to the perturbation of the community. A Thaxted litigation furnishes some interesting information about Thomas9 Shedd. From the bills of complaint, answers, replications, and voluminous interrogatories and depositions in the matter, the following facts are gleaned in the case of Cutts vs. Armiger and Sparrow. In 1570, Sir John Cutts, Knt., lord of the Manor of Horham Hall in Thaxted, removed for some years from Thaxted and leased for forty-one years a large farm in the manor, with farm houses, to one Edward Armiger who settled there. On 29 Sept. 1579 the latter privately sub-leased part of his farm for nine years to Thomas Shedd, a few years later privately mortgaged the farm to a nephew, one Robert Sparrow, and afterwards publicly conveyed a part of the residue of his term to one Richard Clark. In 1584 Sir John Cutts resumed residence at Horham Hall, and desiring the use of Armiger's farm he bought back the term of Armiger and the interest of Clark, both of whom doubtless exacted a high price from the knight. After completing this transaction, the latter was confronted with the to him undisclosed encumbrances to Shedd and Sparrow. Sir John then brought suits in equity against Armiger and Sparrow in June 1584, both in the Court of Chancery and the Court of Star Chamber, alleging the purported conveyances to Shedd and Sparrow were fraudulent. Among the interrogatories by Cutts to Armiger the eighth dealt with Shedd, viz: "What is Thomas Shedde named in your answer, where does he dwell, what part of the premises does he hold, by what assurance, for what period, at what date and at what rent? When, where and by whom was the alleged deed made and who were the witnesses?". In reply Armiger deposes: "Thomas Shedd named in interrogatory is a husbandman dwelling in Thaxted, and deponent granted to him the greatest part of the premises by indenture of lease to said Shead for nine years for a certain yearly rent therein specified, and previous to the mortgage to Sparrow. But defendant received no fine [or cash payment] for this lease on which there were no agreements other than as specified in said indenture which was written by one Barnard of Stortford [Bishop's Stortford, Co. Herts], a scrivener; and one Richardson and another Barnard were witnesses." "Thomas Shedde of Thaxted, County Essex, husbandman, of the age of forty years, deposes 3-0 Jan. 1585/6. He knoweth the complainant and hath seen the defendant Sparrow, and knoweth the farm and lands in Thaxted which Edward Armiger had by lease of Sir John Cutts. The deponent states that he is the same Thomas Shedd referred to in the inter-rogatory, and further states that said Armiger did lease the greatest part of said farm to him this deponent for the term of nine years, which lease is yet in being and in force, and of said term there are yet enduring and to come two years and as much more as unto the Feast of St. Michael the Archangel next ensuing [29 Sept. 1586]. And deponent sayeth that he has occupied said leased part of said farm in his own tenure and occupation, and dwelt upon the same by virtue of said lease." (Star Chamber Proceedings, Elizabeth, C-6-39 and C-77-5; also Town Depositions in Chancery, Bundle 182.) The above farm became known as "Armigers," still bears that name, and the mansion is on the north-westerly side of the highway from Broxted to Thaxted, half-way between the churches of these parishes and at the junction of a driveway to Horham Hall which is a quarter of a mile behind "Armigers." In the suit in 1584 between John Cutts and Edward Armiger the latter states the lease was made in 12 Elizabeth  through a fine; and a fine is recorded, made in Easter, 12 Elizabeth, between Arthur Armiger and William Frevell, querants, and John Cutts and wife Anne, deforciants, of two dwellinghouses, two gardens, one hundred and forty acres of arable land, twenty acres of meadow, sixty acres of pasture and six acres of woodland, in Thaxted, County Essex; consideration £372. (Feet of Fines, Essex, Easter, 12 Elizabeth, Record Office, London.) This fine must be the one referred to by Edward Armiger, and the querants mentioned were evidently feoffees acting for him, Arthur Armiger being his son. Fines made through feoffees were a common practice, the exact nature and details of the transaction appearing only in the inden-tures.
The mansion still called "Armigers" was always occupied during his tenure from 1570 to 1584 by Edward Armiger himself, according to his own statements in the suit; and as Thomas Shedd states that after lie subleased from Armiger in 1579 the "greatest part" of said farm that he "dwelt upon same," he must have lived in the other dwellinghouse (with garden) mentioned in the fine. About two hundred yards beyond the mansion of "Armigers," towards Thaxted and on the same side of the highway, is a very ancient cottage, still included in Armiger's Farm and tenanted, and now called "Common Cottage" from its location near some commons land. From its construction and appearance this old house seems to have been built before the reign of Elizabeth (1558) and there is no other old house on Armigers Farm (except the mansion). It is therefore apparent that this "Common Cottage" was the very house occupied several years after 1579 by Thomas Shed, great-grandfather of Daniel Shed [the emigrant to America about 1640]. This house is about forty feet long and fifteen feet deep, with stucco exterior walls and thatched roof. The ground floor is paved and the main room has a huge fireplace. The main story is less than seven feet high, and there being no plastered ceiling, all the curious handhewn timberwork of the second floor is clearly visible.
The will of Thomas Shedd of Great Eystane [Easton], County Essex, husbandman, sick in body but in perfect memory, dated 8 June, 10 James I. (1612). To be buried in the parish churchyard of Great Eystane. To my son Thomas Shedd Ss. 4d. to be paid within three months after my decease by my executors. To my son William Sheed 3s. 4d. to be paid within three months after my decease by my executors. To my son Daniel Shed 3s. 4d. to be paid within three months after my decease by my executors. To my daughter Mary Shed a flock bed, a pillow, a blanket, a cover-ing, and a pewter platter, to be delivered by my executors. All the rest of my goods that were mine before I married Elizabeth my now wife, I give to my said wife Elizabeth and to John Shedd my son, to be equally divided between them. All the goods that I had by my said wife Elizabeth, I give to her again. I appoint my wife Elizabeth and my son John Shedd executors, and the charges of the court to be borne by all my children named in my will. [Signed] Thomas + Shed [mark]. Witnesses: Samuel Enever, John Wright. Proved 1 Oct. 1612. (Commissary Court of the Bishop of London for Essex and Herts, Original Will, Bundle for 1612.)
Thomas Shedd married first, at Debden, 23 Nov. 1572, URSULA RICHARDSON; she had seven children and was buried in Great Easton Churchyard 4 May 1603.
He married secondly, at Great Easton, 16 Apr. 1604, ELIZABETH ROWLEY who was buried there 9 Feb. 1635/6; no children by this marriage." Parents: Thomas Shedd.
Thomas Shedd was born in 1508 in Chawreth, Essex, England. He died in Feb 1584/85 in Debden, Essex, England. From "Daniel Shed Genealogy" by Frank E. Shedd and J. Gardner Bartlett: "Thomas was born in Chawreth (now Broxted), County Essex, in 1508, but when a young man settled in the adjoining rural parish of Debden in Uttlesford Hundred where he passed the rest of his life. This hilly parish covers about forty-five hundred acres, has a population of about eight hundred, and contains six manors, viz: Debden Hall, Deanes, Tendring, Weldbarnes, Molchall, and Amberden hall, the latter located on rising ground in a grove two miles south-east of the church. This church as originally built in the fourteenth century had the form of a cathedral, with nave, aisles, chancel and trancepts, and a central tower over the junction of these members; but the tower fell about 1750, demolishing the transepts and chaneel, and only the latter was rebuilt, and a small bell turret added to the western end of the nave. The structure is partly of stone and partly of brick. The register dates from 1557. Thomas Shed was one of the executors of the will of his father in 1541 as previously related. His name appears at Debden on two subsidy rolls; first in 35 Henry VIII,  when he was taxed 6d., and secondly in 14 Elizabeth [1572) when he paid 6s. on goods rated at £6. (Lay Subsidies, Essex, 109-281 and 111-441, Record Office, London.)
The next mentions found of Thomas Shedd are in connection with some litigation in Debden, which shows that he held lands of the manor of Amberden Hall. In 1582, Thomas Harrison sued Edmund West, Esq., then lord of Amberden Hall, in regard to a dwellinghouse and thirty acres of land known as "Cross Tenement," parcel of said manor. Thomas Shedd was called as a witness by the plaintiff, and on 10 Oct. 1582, at Saffron Walden, gave his evidence. "Thomas Shede of Depden, in the County of Essex, aged seventie fower years or thereabouts, being sworn, deposes: He knows the plaintiff and the defendant and knows the dwelling and land in question which are holden by copy of court roll of the manor of Amberden Hall, and he hath heard by the report of his father, now deceased, that it was a tenement granted by copy of court roll over sixty years now past." (Chancery Depositions, Elizabeth - Charles I, H-53-11.) In 1587, two years after the death of Thomas Shedd, Oliver Buckenham and Katherine his wife sued the above Edmund West in regard to the same "Cross Tenement," and in the bill of complaint they state: "At a court 9f the manor held in September 10 Elizabeth , Thomas Harrison surrendered the premises into the hands of the lord of the manor, according to custom, by the hands of Thomas Shedd and William Woode, then copyholders of said manor, to the use of John Morris and his heirs." (Chancery Proceedings, Elizabeth, B-b19-14.) During the lifetime of Thomas Shedd the Reformation, or revolt from the Church of Rome, was permanently accomplished on the accession of Elizabeth in 1558; and he and his children conformed to the Protestant Established Church of England. He died in Debden at the age of seventy-seven years and was buried there 8 Feb. 1584/5, leaving the following will: "In the name of God Amen, I Thomas Shedd of Depden in the County of Essex, Yeoman, being in good and perfect minde, thanks be to Alimighty God, make and ordayne this my Last Will and testament, Revokinge all other heretofore made, inn manner and form following. First and principally I commend my soule to Allmyghty God and my body to be buried at the discre-tion of my executor. And as concerning my landes and goods, I will them all as followeth: First, I will and bequeath fower acres of land by estimation, called "The Lees," otherwise (blank) and Mayse pightell, lately bought of Henry Collin, to Thomas my son for term of his life; the remainder thereof to William, son of the said Thomas, and his heirs forever. I will to Francis my son 20 nobles [£6:13:4] to be paid by John my son or his heirs within three years after my decease. I will to Thomas my son £2O of money, to be paid by my said son John within one year after my decease. I will to Thomas Shedd, son of said Francis, £3:6:8 to be paid within four years after my decease. To my daughter Alice Kinge 20s. within six years after my decease. All residue to my son John whom I make sole executor of this my last will and testament. In witness whereof I have sealed and subscribed this my last will and testament the 13th day of January in the 27th year of our Sovereign Lady Elizabeth, Queen of England, etc., [1584/5]." Witnesses: Symon Spatchure, Richard Baynes, John Marchant. Proved 20 Mar. 1584/5 by the executor John Shedd. (Commissary Court of Bishop of London for Essex and Herts,. Original Will, Bundle for 1584, No.54.) Thomas Shedd was married about 1538; but the name of his wife, who evidently predeceased him, has not been found."
He was married about 1538. Children were: Thomas Shedd.
Aaron Shepard died on 10 Apr 1781 in Woodbury, Connecticut. He was born in Hartford, Connecticut. Parents: John Shepard and Rebecca Butler.
Abigail Shepard Abigail married first, Elias Weeks. She married second, Eben Cheney. Parents: Ashbel Shepard and Mary "Goody" Barnett.
Abigail Shepard was born in 1631. She died on 5 Jul 1661 in Wrentham, Massachusetts. Parents: Edward Shepard and Violet.
Alanson Bruce Shepard was born about 1881. He died in Mar 1935. He lost the sight in one eye on a 4th of July eve when a boy by exploding a mixture of potash in a hole bored in a block of wood by driving an iron pin into the hole with a sledge hammer. He was associated with National Life Insurance Co. of Montpelier for about 30 years. Known as "Lance." Parents: Alvah M. Shepard and Cynthia Smith.
Alice Elnora Shepard was born about 1886 in Marshfield, Vermont. There is a problem here with the birthdate of Alice and the death date of her mother. Alice and her family lived in Dedham, Massachusetts, where her husband was principal of the high school. Parents: Alvah M. Shepard and Cynthia Smith.
Alice Mabel Shepard was born on 20 Apr 1860 in Marshfield, Vermont. She died on 15 Jan 1879. The death date given in Pitkin's History of Marshfield of 1870 is probably not correct. Several pictures of Alice exist which were taken after that date. Simeon E. Dwinell recorded the death of an Alice Shepard in his diary on January 15, 1879, of "dropsy." One photograph taken in 1888 of Alice as a young woman, could not be of the Alice Shepard who was daughter of Alvah, as Alvah's daughter Alice was only 3 years old in1888. Parents: Charles E. Shepard and Clarina P. ENGLISH.
Alvah M. Shepard was born in 1842 in Marshfield, Vermont. He died in 1897 in Marshfield, Vermont. Alvah married first Lusetta Maria (Smith) Davis, divorced wife of Charles Davis of Marshfield. He married second, Corilla Davis, sister of Charles Davis of Marshfield. He married third, Mrs. Cynthia (Smith) Bruce of Burke, Vermont, who had a sister Maria (possibly Lusetta, above). He married fourth, Etta May Pierce of East Calais, Vermont. He was a shoemaker in Marshfield. Lusetta and Cynthia are buried in the Marshfield Village Cemetery. Both of Alvah's children were born to Cynthia. Parents: Samuel Shepard and Mary (Polly) Langmaid.
Ann L. Shepard was born about 1839. Ann married Moses Cheney. Parents: Samuel Shepard and Mary (Polly) Langmaid.
Arthur B. SHEPARD was born on 21 May 1884. Arthur married Daisy Daniels. They had six children; Daisy Ward (born 1904), Glenn, Doris, Gladys, Max, and Lee. Parents: Charlie Oscar SHEPARD and Dora Whitcomb.
Ashbel Shepard was born in 1763. He died on 9 Jun 1808 in Greensboro, Vermont. Vesta Knapp of Hardwick supposed the father of Samuel Shepard to be Ashbel Shepard of Greensboro. Ashbel's wife went by the name of "Goody Shepard."
Death recorded in Greensboro, VT June 9, 1808 for Ashbel Shepard, born 1763. Buried in Baker Cemetery. Widow Mary Shepard.
From Greensboro, VT town website: "In the spring of 1789, Ashbel Shepard and his brother Aaron arrived in Greensboro with their wives, whose names were not given. Ashbel and his wife moved into the blockhouse, and Aaron and his wife built a cabin near what is now Randolph Road at the south end of the lake."
From http://www.allroutes.to/greensboro/ "1789 - Ashbel Shepard family spent winter alone in Greensboro. 1790 - Birth of William Shepard, first white child in Orleans County." Parents: Aaron Shepard and Susannah Chamberlain.
He was married to Mary "Goody" Barnett on 28 Sep 1786 in Newbury, Vermont. Marriage record in Newbury, VT. Children were: Ashbel Shepard , Samuel Shepard, Thomas Shepard, Scott Shepard, Hazen Shepard, Tamar Shepard, Abigail Shepard, Dolly Shepard, Sally Shepard, Eliza Shepard.
Ashbel Shepard was born about 1796. He died on 14 Feb 1813 in Greensboro, Vermont. Died of consumption. Parents: Ashbel Shepard and Mary "Goody" Barnett.
Burt Morris Shepard was born on 3 May 1864. Burt was the proprietor of a shoestore on State St. in Montpelier, Vermont for many years. He did much hunting, shooting his birds "on the wing." He married Lillian Smith on 8 February, 1896. Parents: Charles E. Shepard and Clarina P. ENGLISH.
Carl Mark Shepard was born on 29 Dec 1875. He died on 20 Jun 1893. Parents: Charles E. Shepard and Clarina P. ENGLISH.
Carrie M. SHEPARD was born on 28 Sep 1859 in Marshfield, Vermont. She died on 6 Jul 1897 in Albany, Vermont. Carrie married Waldo N. Potter, 27 September, 1882. Parents: George L. SHEPARD and Chloe L. Ann Amidon.
Charles E. Shepard was born in 1838 in Ryegate, Vermont. He died on 29 Sep 1911 in Marshfield, Vermont. Charles was a shoemaker and horse trainer in Marshfield on his farm on the Winooski River. He had a race track just above the house. Later he lived in the village where he and his brother Alvah had a small shoe shop across the road from his home on the Danville Road. Parents: Samuel Shepard and Mary (Polly) Langmaid.
Charlie Oscar SHEPARD was born on 8 Dec 1856 in Marshfield, Vermont. He died in Nov 1931 in Hardwick, Vermont. Parents: George L. SHEPARD and Chloe L. Ann Amidon.
Dolly Shepard Dolly married Abram Hartshorn. Parents: Ashbel Shepard and Mary "Goody" Barnett .
Edward SHEPARD Parents: George L. SHEPARD and Chloe L. Ann Amidon.
Edward Shepard was born before 27 Jun 1596 in Elmsford, Essex, England. He died on 20 Jun 1680 in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Parents: Edward Shepard and Katherine Beesham.
Edward Shepard was born about 1570 in England. He died on 1 May 1608 in Elmstead, Essex, England. Parents: John Shepard.
Eliza Shepard Eliza married David Lathrop. Parents: Ashbel Shepard and Mary "Goody" Barnett .
Elizabeth Shepard Parents: Alanson Bruce Shepard and Julia Page Adams.
Ellen E. SHEPARD was born on 10 Feb 1876. She died on 16 Nov 1920. Parents: Loren L. SHEPARD and Flora C. BENTON.
She was married to Frank Marshall on 4 Aug 1896.
Elsie Shepard Elsie married Edmond Johnson. Parents: Thomas Shepard and Lucy Langmaid.
Emily Shepard Emily married Joseph Merrill, Goffstown, New Hampshire. They were the parents of Eugene Merrill of Marshfield, Vermont, and died when he was very young. Parents: Samuel Shepard and Mary (Polly) Langmaid.
Emma SHEPARD was born on 7 Sep 1853 in Marshfield, Vermont. She died on 6 Jun 1934 in Hardwick, Vermont. Emma married 2 July 1881, Eber Bashaw of Woodbury, Vermont. Parents: George L. SHEPARD and Chloe L. Ann Amidon.
Fannie Shepard Fannie married Gilbert Newton. Parents: Thomas Shepard and Lucy Langmaid.
Frank Shepard died in 1886. Frank married Martha Weeks. He married second, Sarah Dodge. Parents: Samuel Shepard and Mary (Polly) Langmaid.
George Albert SHEPARD was born on 4 Jan 1850 in Peacham, Vermont. He died on 2 May 1872 in Marshfield, Vermont. Parents: George L. SHEPARD and Chloe L. Ann Amidon.
George L. SHEPARD was born on 19 Sep 1824 in Danville, Vermont. He died on 24 Feb 1888 in Marshfield, Vermont. He was buried in Albany Village Cemetery, Albany, VT. George was a blacksmith and shoemaker in Marshfield, Vermont. His blacksmith shop was later owned by Oliver Sicely (1940).
In 1865, George, Chloe, and six of their children were living in Bernardston, Massachusetts.
In 1880, George and Chloe were living in Albany, Vermont with four of their children. Parents: Samuel Shepard and Mary (Polly) Langmaid.
He was married to Chloe L. Ann Amidon on 7 Sep 1848. Children were: George Albert SHEPARD, Loren L. SHEPARD, Emma SHEPARD, Charlie Oscar SHEPARD, Carrie M. SHEPARD, Wilbur SHEPARD, Guy E. SHEPARD, Edward SHEPARD, Olin G. SHEPARD.
He was married to Maria M. (Brown) Sargent on 10 Nov 1881 in Albany, Vermont.
Guy E. SHEPARD was born on 23 Oct 1867 in Marshfield, Vermont. Guy married first in 1888, Joanna Woodward. They had a daughter, Mildred who married Freeman J. Houghton. Guy married second Agnes Lavalley. Parents: George L. SHEPARD and Chloe L. Ann Amidon.
Hannah Shepard Hannah married Loren Chase. Parents: Samuel Shepard and Mary (Polly) Langmaid.
Harry SHEPARD was born on 2 Sep 1882 in Albany, Vermont. He died on 2 Mar 1932. Harry married Eva Gray. They had a son, Fred (or Ferd) C. Parents: Charlie Oscar SHEPARD and Dora Whitcomb.
Harvey Shepard Parents: Samuel Shepard and Mary (Polly) Langmaid.
Hazen Shepard Parents: Ashbel Shepard and Mary "Goody" Barnett.
infant SHEPARD was born on 23 Jun 1880 in Marshfield, Vermont. He (or she) died on 23 Jun 1880 in Marshfield, Vermont. Parents: Loren L. SHEPARD and Flora C. BENTON.
Israel Shepard was born on 14 Apr 1818. Israel married Mary Ann Lee, Salem, Massachusetts. Parents: Samuel Shepard and Mary (Polly) Langmaid.
John Shepard Parents: Thomas Shepard and Lucy Langmaid.
John Shepard was born on 28 Apr 1710 in Hartford, Connecticut. He died in Apr 1789 in Hartford, Connecticut. Parents: Samuel Shepard and Bethia Steele.