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bullet Orlando Gerry was born after 1830. Hi Ola Dwinell wrote in 1943: "Bachus Gerry died after marrying Minerva Clark, and if she survived him there weren't sufficient funds to take care of the step children and they came on to the old Dwinell home as their first stopping place. One little circumstance I have heard my mother tell that makes me think so. She has told of combing the lice from their heads. 27 from Orlando's, so I don't think they had stayed long at the other brothers or sisters then. I would imagine they might have been separated and gone to different uncle or aunts as they could best be accomodated. . . . I don't know how Orlando drifted to Stowe but it might have been in this way . . . . Orlando had always seemed to take special interest in [Uncle Amos and Aunt Nancy]. Think he usually drove up to see them whenever he went to Morrisville. He lived on the road between there and Stowe but near Stowe. After Uncle Amos died Aunt Nancy went to Orlando's and died there. . . . . I don't think Aunt Nancy's will was ever probated. It very likely left all to Orlando. . . . Orlando married Hattie Bennett an only daughter. My father settled her father's estate $40,000. Had a nice level field of 40 acres behind the house that Orlando used to say hadn't a hollow or hill large enough to hide a three days old calf. He [Hattie's father] was in the civil war got a pension and if he had anything to worry about didn't. . . . Orlando had I think [worked] for Hattie Bennet's father. . . . Orlando consumed quite a lot of whiskey I think every day and his hands shook like an aspen. . . . Orlando evidently never took any pains to mix with his Gerry relatives. . . I don't remember the specific things I heard him say about Jap but after Hattie died he began to think of the girls he had known I suppose and thought right away of Eleanor Hall [who he married second]. He came to our house and Nena, Orlando & I were together in the kitchen or dining room and Orlando . . . said he always liked women and said he supposed it was because his mother was a woman and Nena said 'Your father was a man too, wasn't he?' And Orlando said 'Yes and not much of a man either as I can make out.' Eleanor was a radical temperance worker for a good many years. Think the time she spent in the cause had an opposite effect on Orlando. . . . Abijah Bemis once worked for Orlando I feel sure. He and Orlando were kindred spirits. I remember of being on Mt. Mansfield with Father, Orlando and 'Bijah. When we needed our lunch from Orlando or 'Bijah's pocket came a pint or qt. of whisky. I was about 15 and of course wasn't offered it. Father sometimes took a sniff well reduced but those fellows drank that down full strength without blinking. Half of our party were in gay spirits as we rode down the mountain. . . . The farm belonged to Hattie [who, when she died] left to the use of Orlando during life, then to [the] girls. After he married Eleanor he bought a little place down the road toward Stowe, left the farm for the girls to run." Parents: Bacchus Gerry and Orra DWINELL.

He was married to Hattie Bennett. Children were: Minnie Gerry, Maggie Gerry.


bullet Orrin Gerry was born in 1864 in Michigan. He died in 1942 in Michigan. Parents: Eulyseus French Gerry 2nd and Sarah M. Johnson.

He was married to Elizabeth . Children were: Harry Gerry.


bullet Ulysses O. Gerry was born in 1854. He died in 1934 in Michigan. Parents: Eulyseus French Gerry 2nd and Sarah M. Johnson .

He was married to Sara Clara.


bullet Alex John Gesner

He was married to Grace Annie May Jamieson on 8 Sep 1934.


bullet Ilene Gibson Ilene was the daughter of Bessie Bean of Cabot, and brother of Harold (Spud) Gibson.

She was married to Roger Walker . Children were: Warren Walker, Tim Walker.


bullet Mabel Gibson

Children were: Helen Gibson BRADLEY , Rev. William BRADLEY.


bulletCiceley GIFFORD was christened on 7 Mar 1573 in Chesham, Buckingham, England. She was buried on 26 Oct 1630. She was born in Of Chesham, Bucks, England. Parents: John GIFFORD and Joan .


bullet Elizabeth GIFFORD was born in 1567 in Of Chesham, Bucks, England. She died on 14 Aug 1634 in Chesham, Buckingham, England. She was buried on 14 Aug 1634. Parents: John GIFFORD and Joan .

She was married to Edward SALE on 20 Oct 1589 in Chesham, Buckingham, England. Children were: Elizabeth SALE, Lydia Gifford Sale, Abigail SALE, Dorcas SALE, Thomas SALE, Mary SALE, Sarah SALE, Susanna SALE, Mary SALE, Abigail (Searles, Sale?) ARNOLD, Martha SALE, Edward SALE.


bullet John GIFFORD was christened on 11 Aug 1576 in Chesham, Buckingham, England. He was buried on 14 Jun 1580. He was born in Of Chesham, Bucks, England. Parents: John GIFFORD and Joan .


bullet John GIFFORD was born about 1543 in Of Chesham, Bucks, England. He died on 30 Dec 1605 in Chesham, Buckingham, England. He was buried on 30 Dec 1605 in Chesham, Buckingham, England.

He was married to Joan in Chesham, Buckingham, England. Children were: Elizabeth GIFFORD , Thomas GIFFORD, Richard GIFFORD, Ciceley GIFFORD, John GIFFORD, Robert GIFFORD, Mary GIFFORD, Jonas GIFFORD.


bullet Jonas GIFFORD was christened on 5 Jul 1584 in Chesham, Buckingham, England. He was buried on 27 Sep 1616. He was born in Of Chesham, Bucks, England. Parents: John GIFFORD and Joan .


bullet Mary GIFFORD was christened on 19 Mar 1580/81 in Chesham, Buckingham, England. She was buried on 27 Sep 1616. She was born in Of Chesham, Bucks, England. Parents: John GIFFORD and Joan.


bullet Mary Elizabeth Gifford Photo Parents: Mervin Gifford and Inez Belle Morse.

She was married to Edward James O'Malley. Children were: Mary Kathleen (Kay) O'Malley.


bullet Mervin Gifford

He was married to Inez Belle Morse . Children were: Mary Elizabeth Gifford.


bullet Richard GIFFORD was christened on 2 Dec 1571 in Chesham, Buckingham, England. He was buried on 12 Jun 1580. He was born in Of Chesham, Bucks, England. Parents: John GIFFORD and Joan .


bullet Robert GIFFORD was christened on 5 Oct 1578 in Chesham, Buckingham, England. He was born in Of Chesham, Bucks, England. Parents: John GIFFORD and Joan.


bullet Thomas GIFFORD was christened on 28 Aug 1569 in Chesham, Buckingham, England. He was born in Of Chesham, Bucks, England. Parents: John GIFFORD and Joan.


bullet Elizabeth Gilbert

Children were: Roger GREENVILLE.


bulletJennie Gilbert.

She was married to Clarence Eugene McKelvey on 2 Dec 1903 in Concord, Vermont. She was divorced from Clarence Eugene McKelvey on 22 Dec 1914. Children were: Mildred McKelvey .


bullet James R. Gilchrist

He was married to Martha Matilda Ramsay. Children were: Marjorie G. Gilchrist .


bullet Marjorie G. Gilchrist Parents: James R. Gilchrist and Martha Matilda Ramsay.

She was married to Albert H. Cline.


bullet Ruth Gillam

She was married to Robert Loveland on 19 Aug 1697. Children were: Lot Loveland.


bullet Frances Guild GILLIS Photo was born on 1 Aug 1914 in Providence, Rhode Island. He died in Sep 1998 in Exeter, New Hampshire. Frances lived with Marjorie and Clotilde Dorman for a short time as a young woman when her mother was having a difficult time.

At the time of the 1940 federal census of Providence, Frances, then 26, was living with her parents at 2169 Broad St. and was a sales clerk in a retail dry goods store.

A Federal Nursing Corps file card issued March 10, 1944 shows a Frances G. Gillis enrolled in St. Margaret's Nursing School, Dorchester, MA on Sept 7, 1943

A 1947 city directory of Boston, MA lists a Frances G. Gillis at 7 Blackwood St.

A Frances G. Gillis was married in Boston in 1949. Volume 26, page 92.

Social Security records indicate Frances was born August 1, 1914 in Providence, RI, died September 1998. Name in November of 1936 was Frances Guild Gillis. Name in June of 1968 was Frances G. Stern. Last residence on file was Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire. Parents: John J. Gillis and Gladys M. HEILBORN.

He was married to Stern.


bullet Jean Fisher GILLIS Photo was born on 4 Nov 1915 in Providence, Rhode Island. She was buried in 2002 in Rhode Island Veteran's Memorial Cemetery, Exeter, RI. She died on 15 Jan 2002 in Coventry, Rhode Island. Death date from Social Security records. Social Security records indicate that Jean was born in Providence, RI November 4, 1915, died January 15, 2002. Her name in January 1937 was Jean Fisher Gillis. In February of 1950 it was Jean Fis Gallagher. On January 30, 2002 following her death she was listed as Jean F. Gallagher. Parents: John J. Gillis and Gladys M. HEILBORN.

She was married to Thomas James Gallagher Jr..


bullet John J. Gillis Photo was born on 9 Feb 1888 in New York. He died on 24 Feb 1953. Date of "Life Claim" from Social Security Administration is 24 Feb, 1953 A painter in Providence, RI. He was 31 at the time of the 1920 census. Lived on Carolina Ave. in 1930.

In 1940 John gave his occupation as a house painter. Gladys was a "sales girl."

He was married to Gladys M. HEILBORN on 8 Dec 1912. Children were: Frances Guild GILLIS , Jean Fisher GILLIS, Robert John GILLIS.


bullet Robert John GILLIS was born on 3 Sep 1921. Parents: John J. Gillis and Gladys M. HEILBORN.


bullet Beryl Gilman Photo was born about 1891. She died on 11 Mar 1958. Beryl was the daughter of Elbridge Gilman and Minnie Rowe, of Marshfield.

She was married to Frank E. Brown. Children were: Ralph (Ted) Brown, Elizabeth Brown, Winston Brown, Alice Brown, Lois Brown.


bullet Jehiel Gilman

He was married to Polly Bliss.


bullet Phila Gilman was born on 11 Sep 1793 in East Hartford, Connecticut. She died on 1 Jun 1864 in Calais, Vermont. Phila was probably a daughter or niece of Solomon Gilman and Priscilla Loomis of Marshfield, Vt.

She was married to Dea. Israel DWINELL on 1 Apr 1813 in Marshfield, Vermont. Children were: Alcander DWINELL, Ira S. DWINELL, Solon DWINELL, Dr. Israel Edson DWINELL, Albert DWINELL, Melvin B. DWINELL, Levi Gilman DWINELL, Jane Phila DWINELL, Edgar DWINELL, Wait Byron DWINELL.


bullet Edwin Gilmore

He was married to Martha Pearce on 19 Dec 1856.


bullet Joseph Gilson Jr.

Children were: Mary Gilson.


bulletMary Gilson was born on 8 Feb 1703 in Groton, Massachusetts. Parents: Joseph Gilson Jr. and Elizabeth.

She was married to Joseph Farwell on 24 Dec 1719 in Groton, Massachusetts. Children were: Anna Farwell.


bullet Myra Girard

She was married to Walter J. PITKIN . Children were: Corliss PITKIN.


bullet Charlotte Giroux Parents: Peter Giroux and Louisa McKelvey.


bullet Emma Giroux Parents: Peter Giroux and Louisa McKelvey.


bullet Peter Giroux

He was married to Louisa McKelvey. Children were: Charlotte Giroux, William Giroux, Emma Giroux.


bullet William Giroux Parents: Peter Giroux and Louisa McKelvey.


bullet Robert Glanfill/Glandfield was born before 1610 in Devon, England.

He was married to Margaret Reede before 1645. Children were: Roger Glanville.


bullet Charles Glanville was born before 10 Jun 1781 in St. Botolphs, Without Aldgate, London. He was baptized on 10 Jun 1781 in St. Botolphs, Without Aldgate, London. Parents: William Glanville and Elizabeth Wallen.


bullet Elizabeth Glanville was born before 29 May 1774 in St. Botolphs, Without Aldgate, London. She was baptized on 29 May 1774 in St. Botolphs, Without Aldgate, London. Parents: William Glanville and Elizabeth Wallen.


bullet Frances Grace Glanville was born before Nov 1783 in St. Botolphs, Without Aldgate, London. She was baptized in Nov 1783 in St. Botolphs, Without Aldgate, London. Parents: William Glanville and Elizabeth Wallen.


bullet Helen Glanville was born in 1818 in London. Probably a niece of Mary Ann Glanville Cooke.

She was married to Henry Alfred Brocklesby on 3 Aug 1848 in Leeds, Quebec. Children were: Capt. Charles Morrice Brocklesby, Henry Brocklesby , Sarah Brocklesby, Ellen Brocklesby.


bullet Helen Glanville was born in 1810. She died in 1887. Never married. Parents: John Glanville and Elizabeth Evans.


bullet James Glanville was born before Apr 1777 in St. Botolphs, Without Aldgate, London. He was baptized in Apr 1777 in St. Botolphs, Without Aldgate, London. Parents: William Glanville and Elizabeth Wallen.


bullet John Glanville was born before 15 Jan 1768 in St. Botolphs, Without Aldgate, London. He was baptized on 15 Jan 1768 in St. Botolphs, Without Aldgate, London. Parents: William Glanville and Elizabeth Wallen.

He was married to Elizabeth Evans in 1790 in St. Botolphs, Without Aldgate, London. Children were: Helen Glanville.


bullet Mary Glanville was born before May 1779 in St. Botolphs, Without Aldgate, London. She was baptized in May 1779 in St. Botolphs, Without Aldgate, London. Parents: William Glanville and Elizabeth Wallen.


bullet Mary Ann GLANVILLE was born on 2 Nov 1785 in St. Botolphs, Without Aldgate, London. She died on 10 Jan 1851 in Leeds, Quebec. She was buried on 15 Jan 1851 in Babtist's Chapel Cemetery, old Goff farm, Leeds, Quebec. David Raese writes: "Family legend says Mary Ann Glanville was raised in the home of Uncle "Lord Glanville" in London. London City Directory of 1808 shows "Lord Glanville" residing at 21 Hill St., Berkeley Square, Mayfair, London. This uncle was said to have four daughters. They had servants and a tutor. After marriage, Mary Ann remained in England until after her husband had built a home for them to live in Lower Canada (Quebec). She and the children immigrated sometime after 1824. She drew a will before her death in 1851, with "Lord Glanville" as her executor."
Mrs. Helen Harper (a gr-gr-grandaughter) wrote of Mary Ann: "Mary Ann Glanville was brought up by an uncle, Lord Glanville. He had four daughters and had a governess and chaperone for the daughters and niece. One of (his daughters) married Sir Penrose Julian. He got his Sir for military ability. Lady Julian visited the Cooke family in Leeds. Lord Glanville was Mary Ann's executor. . . . It appears that they had returned to England (at the time of her death). The parish which has the record of HIS death is near the same area where thy lived when (their daughter) Caroline . . was baptized in S. Botolph, Aldgate. It has always been understood that Mary Ann Glanville was a descendant of Huguenot stock. By the china, etc that Caroline Glanville Cooke had brought to this country with the family, it would appear that they had more means than the usual settlers coming to Canada at that time.
"From what I have found out, this Charles Brockleby (who arrived in Megantic County at the same time as John Yeoman Cooke), became a merchant in Quebec City. When his wife wrote to Caroline Glanville Cooke Cruickshank, she signed as Aunt Sarah. So definitely they were related. It was a Henry Brocklesby who bought the Cook farm in Leeds in 1879 for taxes." Parents: William Glanville and Elizabeth Wallen.

She was married to John Yeoman COOKE on 28 Jan 1809 in All Hallows Church, Bread Street, Cheapside. Marriage witnessed by Sarah Cooke. The Census of 1831 for Leeds reports that in additon to son John, there were also 2 males between the ages of 21 and 30 living in the Household of John and Mary Ann Cooke. There were also 2 females under 14 years of age in addition to daughters Emma, Mary Ann, and Caroline. No males under 5 years are listed, although Frederick would have been 2 years old at the time. Children were: John Yeoman COOKE, Caroline Glanville Cooke, Mary Ann COOKE, Frederick William COOKE, Emma Sarah COOKE.


bullet Roger Glanville was born about 14 Apr 1707 in Newton St. Cyres, Devon, England. He died about 1762 in Sandford, Devon, England. Parents: Roger Glanville and Thomasin James.

He was married to Sarah Challacomb on 20 Apr 1735 in Sandford, Devon, England. Children were: William Glanville .


bullet Roger Glanville was born before 23 Sep 1764 in Sandford, Devon, England. He was baptized on 23 Sep 1764 in Sandford, Devon, England. Parents: William Glanville and Elizabeth Wallen.

He was married to Elizabeth Float on 26 Jul 1789 in St. Luke Old St., Finsbury, London, England.


bullet Roger Glanville was born before 24 Mar 1670/71 in Newton St. Cyres, Devon, England. Parents: Roger Glanville and Mary Westcote.

He was married to Thomasin James on 16 Feb 1699/1700 in Crediton, Devon, England. Children were: Roger Glanville.

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