was born on 2 Apr 1784 in Plymouth, New Hampshire. Parents:
Jotham CUMMINGS Captain and Anna Brown.|
Priscilla CUMMINGS was born on 27 Dec 1798 in Plymouth, New Hampshire?. Parents: Jotham CUMMINGS Deacon and Elizabeth Senter.
Rockwood CUMMINGS was born on 14 Mar 1830. Parents: Charles Cummings and Jerusha LITTLE.
Samuel CUMMINGS was born on 6 Oct 1684 in Chelmsford, Massachusetts. He died in 1718 in Dunstable, Massachusetts. By act of the Legislature, a proposition, accepted by the towns the 7th day of June, 1753, that part of Groton in which Samuel Cummings resided, was annexed to Dunstable and became that part of town now known as "Joint-Grass District." Parents: John CUMMINGS and Elizabeth "Goody" KINSLEY .
Samuel CUMMINGS was born on 18 Dec 1677. Parents: John CUMMINGS and Sarah HOWLETT.
Samuel CUMMINGS was born on 6 Mar 1709. Parents: Samuel CUMMINGS and Elizabeth Shedd.
Sarah CUMMINGS was born on 27 Jan 1661 in Boxford, Massachusetts?. Parents: John CUMMINGS and Sarah HOWLETT.
Thomas CUMMINGS was born on 6 Oct 1658 in Boxford, Massachusetts?. Parents: John CUMMINGS and Sarah HOWLETT.
William CUMMINGS twin was born on 5 Aug 1671. He died on 30 Mar 1672. Parents: John CUMMINGS and Sarah HOWLETT .
William CUMMINGS was born on 24 Apr 1702. Parents: John CUMMINGS and Elizabeth "Goody" KINSLEY.
William CUMMINGS Parents: Samuel CUMMINGS and Elizabeth Shedd.
William CUMMINGS was born on 24 Sep 1786 in Plymouth, New Hampshire. Parents: Jotham CUMMINGS Captain and Anna Brown.
Bobby Curley Parents: Henry Eugene Curley and Mary Kathleen (Kay) O'Malley.
Henry Eugene Curley died in 1992. Parents: John M. Curley and Mary Sullivan.
John M. Curley.
Susan Jean CURLEY was born on 8 May 1959. Susan grew up in Yellow Springs, Ohio, and later attended Evergreen State College at Olympia, Washington. While her children were growing up, she worked at a variety of jobs in the Central Vermont area, most recently at the Cabot School. Parents: Henry Eugene Curley and Mary Kathleen (Kay) O'Malley.
Jessica Lee Currier was born on 23 Jan 1980 in Newington, New Hampshire. Parents: Ronald Lee Currier and Karen Irene Cochrane.
Ronald Lee Currier was born on 26 Dec 1954 in Exeter, New Hampshire.
Caroline W. Curtis was born on 27 Sep 1854. Caroline was the daughter of Oliver J. Curtis of Boston.
Elizabeth CURTIS was born in 1677. Parents: Joseph CURTIS and Bethia BOOTH.
John CURTIS Lt. was born on 26 Feb 1614 in Nazing, Essex, England. He died on 2 Dec 1707 in Stratford, Connecticut. John Curtis, Jr. came to Stratford, Connecticut among the first settlers with his mother and brother William. His wife, Elizabeth was said to be a sister of Governor Thomas Welles. Parents: John Curtis Sr. and Elizabeth Hutchins.
Children were: Joseph CURTIS.
John Curtis Sr. was born about 15 Sep 1577 in Nazing, Essex, England. He died in 1639 in Weathersfield, Connecticut. John Curtis, Sr., his wife Elizabeth and their two younger sons, William and Thomas, undoubtedly left Nazing, Essex, England between 1637 and 1639 and they arrived in Roxbury, Massachusetts, where John, Jr. had gone in 1635. His widow and three sons moved to Stratford probably with the first company of settlers in 1639 Parents: William Curtis and Agnes.
John Curtis was born in 1515 in Nazing, Essex, England. Parents: John Curtis and Mrs. John Curtis.
John Curtis was born about 1480 in Nazing, Essex, England.
Children were: John Curtis.
Joseph CURTIS was born in 1650. He died in 1742. Joseph Curtis was Deputy 1686, 1689-94, assistant 1698-1721; ensign 1693; Commissioner (Justice) 1692-1697; Judge of County Court 1711, 1725; Justice 1722-1728 Parents: John CURTIS Lt. and Elizabeth WELLES.
Mehitabel Curtis was born in 1786 in Bethel, Vermont. She died on 9 Mar 1871 in Plainfield, Vermont.
Mrs. John Curtis was born about 1487 in Nazing, Essex, England.
Children were: John Curtis.
Prudence Curtis was born in 1689 in Topsfield, Massachusetts. She died after 1753.
Sarah Curtis was born on 27 Dec 1675. She died before 1736. Parents: Zacheus Curtis and Mary Blake.
Susannah Curtis was born before 15 Feb 1654. She was baptized on 15 Feb 1654. She died in 1691. Parents: Zaccheus Curtis and Joanna.
Susannah Curtis was born on 2 Feb 1679/80 in Roxbury, Massachusetts. Parents: Isaac Curtis and Hannah (Polly).
William Curtis was born on 9 Jul 1539 in Stanford Rivers, England. He died on 17 May 1585 in Nazing, Essex, England. Parents: John Curtis and Elizabeth Wells.
Zaccheus Curtis was born in England. Zacheus Curtis came to America in 1635 on the ship "James." He resided in Boxford, Massachusetts.
Zacheus Curtis. Parents: Zaccheus Curtis and Joanna.
boy Cutler was born on 3 Feb 1879.(11) Parents: Clinton Cutler and Elsie Pitkin DWINELL twin.
Mary L. D'Agostino was born on 11 Dec 1917 in Providence, Rhode Island. She died on 25 Feb 2008 in Gainesville, TX. The Gainesville (TX) Daily Register of Feb 27, 2008 carried an obituary for Mary L. Corbett: MARY L. CORBETT. Graveside service for Mary L. Corbett, 90, of Gainesville is set for 10 a.m. Thursday at Fairview Cemetery with Rev. Pat Murphy, O.S.A., officiating. Arrangements are under the direction of the Geo. J. Carroll & Son Funeral Home of Gainesville.
Mrs. Corbett died Feb. 25, 2008, at River Valley Health & Rehabilitation Center.
She was born Dec. 11, 1917, in Providence, R.I., to Benedetto and Alice Pauline Hopkins DAgostino. On May 8, 1943, she married Alfred Corbett at St. Marys Catholic Church in Providence, R.I. Mary L. Corbett was employed at Beaucraft Jewelry in Providence during her working life, as well as being a homemaker.
Survivors include her daughter and son-in-law, Alice and George Grounds of Gainesville; grandchildren, Ginny Grounds of Fort Worth, and Deanna Harris and her husband, Bill of Gainesville; and great-grandchildren, Jacob Paul Harris and Madeline Louise Harris of Gainesville.
Isabella D'ANGOULEME died in 1246. Parents: Aymer DE VALENCE Count of Angouleme and Alix of Courtenai.
Children were: Henry III King of England.
Blanche d'Artois was born between 1245 and 1250. She died on 2 May 1302 in Paris, France. She was buried in Minoresses' Convent, Aldgate, London, England. Parents: Robert I de France Comte d'Artois and Matilde de Brabant.
Pepin d'Heristal Duke of Austrasia and Brabant died on 16 Dec 714 in Jupille. Pepin d'Heristal, Duke of Austrasia and Duke of Brabant. He died Dec 16 714 in Jupille. He became mayor of the palace in Austrasia, under Dagobert II, fought successfully against the Germans and by the victory of Testry (687) gained control of Neustria and Burgundy and was recognized as mayor of the palace in the three kingdoms, becoming thus the actual ruler of France for 27 years, though appearing to serve under four nominal kings. His power was royal and generally despotic, though he permitted the defeated king of Neustria, Thierry III, to retain the title, the latter being the first of the so-called "do-nothing" kings. A side light is thrown on his character by the commissioning of Willibrord as a Christian missionary to Friesland and his establishing a see for him at Utrecht. At his death Pepin left his power undiminished to his son, Charles. Parents: Adalgiselus Duke Brabant and St. Begga of Brabant.
Children were: Charles Martel .
George N. Dale was born about 1898. Parents: Porter Hinman Dale and Amy Kate Bartlett.
Janet Dale Parents: Timothy Dale and Emma Hemmig.
Lawrence Dale Parents: Timothy Dale and Emma Hemmig.
Dr. Porter H. Dale Porter Dale was a physician in Montpelier, Vt. Royce Pitkin was one of his patients for many years. Dale has a grandson, Porter Dale III.
Obit in the TimesArgus:
"Porter H. Dale II
June 16, 2008
MONTPELIER Porter H. Dale, M.D., of Montpelier passed away at his home on June 15, Father's Day, surrounded by his family. He was diagnosed with cancer in May of this year. He led an exemplary life marked by devotion to his family, his profession and his community.
Porter, a fifth generation Vermonter, was born on Sept. 27, 1922. He lived his early years in Island Pond, Vermont, the oldest of four children of Timothy Christopher Dale and Emma Hemmig Dale. After completing high school he was offered a scholarship to Wesleyan University, which he attended before returning to Vermont to complete both his undergraduate and medical education at the University of Vermont.
Following his marriage to Mary Lois Westover in 1951 and the completion of his military service, he established a practice in Internal Medicine in Montpelier in 1953. He practiced medicine in Central Vermont for 40 years until his retirement in 1991. During those years he served as President of the Vermont Heart Association (19611963), President of the Vermont State Medical Society (1971-1972), American College of Physicians Governor for Vermont (19751979), and President of the Vermont Board of Physical Therapy Registration (195775). He played a pivotal role in establishing the first Coronary Care Unit at Central Vermont Hospital and served as its Director from 1968 to 1980. He was also President of the Central Vermont Hospital Medical Staff from 1980 to 1982.
Throughout his medical career and until 2006, Porter served as medical consultant to the Social Security Disability Determination Agency of Vermont. His tenure as a Medical Consultant to the Social Security Administration is the longest of any physician in the United States.
Porter was deeply involved in his community. His contributions include: Member of the Montpelier Rotary Club since 1957, Rotary Club President from 19771978, Member, Board of Trustees of the Central Vermont Medical Center (19772001), Member of the Board of Directors of the Vermont Lung Association (19731992), Director of the Howard Bank, Burlington, Vermont, (19801989), and Director of BankNorth Group, Burlington, Vermont (1989 1992). He was the Washington County Citizen of the Year in 1994.
Porter had a love of Vermont history, including the history of his home town of Brighton (Island Pond), and he authored several published works on this subject.
He is survived by his wife of 56 years, Mary (Westover) Dale, their four children and spouses, and nine grandchildren: Christopher Damon Dale and Jeannine Taylor of Lincoln, Mass, his son, Nathan; Peter Allen Dale and Jane Sakovitz Dale of Montpelier, their children Adam and Emma; Timothy Porter Dale and Trudy Ann Dale of Lake Worth, Fla., their children Jennifer, Porter, Addison and Zachary; Susan (Dale) Kenyon and James Kenyon of Westboro, Mass. and their children William and Mary. They will be forever inspired by Porter's patience, integrity, humility, work ethic, and commitment to life-long learning. In addition to his immediate family, Porter is also survived by his three siblings, Lawrence Dale of Colorado Springs, Co., Janet Hirsh of Appleton, Wis., and Virginia Aja of Bradenton, Fla.
Calling hours will be held at the Barber and Lanier Funeral Home 139 Main Street, Montpelier on Wednesday, June 18 from 5:307:30 p.m. A Memorial Service will follow on June 19 at 1 p.m. in the Vermont College Chapel. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Central Vermont Medial Center, the Central Vermont Home Health and Hospice, or a charity of your choice.
For those wishing to extend online condolences to the family, please visit www.barber-lanier.com. "
Parents: Timothy Dale and Emma Hemmig.
He was married to Mary Westover .
Porter Hinman Dale was born on 1 Mar 1867 in Island Pond, Vermont. He died on 6 Oct 1933 in Westmore, Vermont. Porter Dale was a teacher, lay minster, businessman, lawyer, U.S. Congressman, and Senator. He played a significant role in convincing Calvin Coolidge to take his oath of office in Plymouth. Dale later recorded an eyewitness account of this event. The Dales lived in Island Pond in a large house on Tamarack Hill, built in 1893-4.
From Wikipedia, 6/2/2007: "Porter H. DalePorter Hinman Dale (March 1, 1867 - October 6, 1933) was a member of both the United States House of Representatives and later the United States Senate from Vermont.
Dale was born in Island Pond, Essex County, Vermont on March 1, 1867.
Dale attended public schools in his hometown and went on to study at Eastman Business College. Later he studied in Philadelphia and Boston and spent two years in study with a Shakespearean scholar and actor.
Upon completion of his education, he taught school at the Green Mountain Seminary in Waterbury, Vermont, and at Bates College in Lewiston, Maine. Dale then studied law and was admitted to the bar in 1896; he practiced in his hometown of Island Pond, Vermont.
Dale served as chief deputy collector of customs at Island Pond from 1897 to 1910, when he resigned and was appointed judge of the Brighton municipal court.
Dale was elected to the Vermont Senate in 1910 and served two two-year terms. Dale later served in the State militia and as colonel on the staff of the Governor of Vermont involved in the lumber, electric, and banking businesses.
Dale was first elected as a Republican Representative of Vermont's Second Congressional District to the Sixty-fourth United States Congress and served from March 4, 1915. He served through the Sixty-fifth, Sixty-sixth and Sixty-seventh United States Congresses until August 11, 1923, when he resigned to become a candidate for the United States Senate. Dale served as chairman of the Committee on Expenditures in the Department of the Treasury during the Sixty-sixth and Sixty-seventh Congresses.
Dale was elected as a to the United States Senate on November 6, 1923, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of William P. Dillingham during the term ending March 3, 1927. Dale was reelected in 1926, and again in 1932, and served from November 7, 1923, until his death at his summer home in Westmore, Vermont on October 6, 1933. He had served as chairman of the Committee on Civil Service (Sixty-ninth through Seventy-second Congresses). He was buried in Lakeside Cemetery in his hometown of Island Pond."
Timothy Dale was born on 22 Feb 1894 in Island Pond, Vermont. He died in 1977. Parents: Porter Hinman Dale and Amy Kate Bartlett.
Virginia Dale. Parents: Timothy Dale and Emma Hemmig.
Maria Darling was born on 1 Jun 1834. She died on 28 Dec 1881. Maria was the daughter of Simeon Darling of Montpelier, Vermont.