Hopkinton, Rhode Island Births 1727 – 1902 A – C

Below are Hopkinton birth records from 1727 – 1902 with last names A-C.

Compiled By HHA Member Lauri Arruda

See also birth records for last names D-K, L-R, S-Z.

ALBRO, unnamed male, 26 July 1860, 4th child of Benjamin and Emily Albro, FO-teamster, parents birthplace
not given [V 1:15]

ALLEN, Peter, of Amie Barber and Peter Allen. Mother receives money from the Town due her on 2 September 1776, from Peter Allen, the father of her son. (see also Peter Barber) [TC 1:63,64]

ALLEN, Female child , 29 March 1766, daughter of Hannah Allen, The father, Persevell Allen bonded for
support of his child on 1 October 1767. [Bonds for Support of Illegitimate Children, 1767-1795 Box File 62]

ALLEN, Samuel, 15 October 1752, of Stephen Allen and his wife, (no name given) [TC 1:66]
Tamson, 3 November 1754
Patience, 1 November 1756
William, 7 October 1758
Stephen, 24 October 1760
Sarah, 2 February 1763
Silvester, 18 October 1764

Meribah , 26 October 1766

ALLEN, male, 4 January 1858, 4th child of Ray G. and Asia M. Allen, FO-book keeper, FBP-Warwick, RI, MBP-Warwick [V 1:8]

ALLEN, Lucy E., 4 June 1858, 5th child of Andrew and Jane Allen, FO-Weaver, FBP-Cumberland, England, MBP-Galloway, Scotland [V 1:9]

ALLEN, William Abraham, 26 July 1865, 1st child of William C. and Mary A. (Saunders) Allen, Father age 40, mother age 25, FO-operative, FBP-Hopkinton, MBP-Westerly, RI [V1:26]

ANDREWS, George B., 10 October 1857, 8th child, of Burril W. and Hannah A. Andrews, FO-mule spinner, FBP-Coventry, RI, MBP-Richmond, RI [V 1:5]
Oscar Oatly, 5 October 1859 in Rockville, 9th child, FO-laborer [V1:13]

ANDREWS, Julia Almira, 3 October 1865, 1st child of Devillo C. and Frances J. (Burton) Andrews, father age 20, mother age 20, FO-spinner, FBP-Hopkinton, MBP-Hopkinton [V 1:27]

ARMSTRONG, female , 29 August 1854, of Samuel and “wife” Armstrong, FO-Laborer, FBP- Ireland, MBP-Ireland [V1:1]

ARMSTRONG, female, 1 May 1855 in Westerly, of William and Elizabeth Armstrong, FO -weaver, FBP-not listed, MBP-not listed [V1:2]

ARNOLD, John G., 16 October 1827, of Gorton W. and Nancy (Brown) Arnold, [TC 3:10]
Francis B., 15 December 1828
Mary Elizabeth, 13 September 1830

Lucy Ann , 7 August 1832

Lucy Maria , 6 March 1834
Susan Letitia T., 20 March 1841

ARNOLD, Henry E., 10 May 1857, 1st child of John G. and Sarah I. Arnold, FO-merchant, FBP- Hopkinton, MBP-Voluntown, CT [V1:6]

AUSTIN, Emogene, 17 July 1860, 1st child of James and Elizabeth Austin, FO-wheelright, FBP-West Greenwich, RI MBP-West Greenwich [V 1:15]

AVERY, Charles Frank, 12 June 1859 in Ashaway, 1st child of Robert T. and Avis R. (Snead) Avery FO-picker tender, FBP-Groton, CT, MBP-Piermont, NY [V 1:12]

Mattie Estella, 17 August 1863 in Ashaway, 2nd child, FO-operative [V1:21]

BABCOCK, Christopher , 1 September 1759, son of Christopher Babcock, [TC 1:25]

BABCOCK, Martha , 18 January 1761, of Christopher and Martha Babcock, [TC 1:34]
Mary, 1 January 1763
“daughter,” 25 April 1766, of Christopher and Martha Babcock, [TC 1:43]

BABCOCK, child, of Abigail Babcock, 1 April 1775. The father, Peter Harvey, of Charlestown, son of
John Harvey, bonded for support of his child on 25 April 1776. [Bonds for Support of Illegitimate Children, 1767-1795 Box File 62]

BABCOCK, Oliver Jr., 28 June 1746, of Oliver and Patience Babcock, [TC 1:101]
Peleg, 4 October 1749
Susanna, 25 June 1750
Deborah, 11 April 1752
Sarah, 27 April 1756

Mary , 11 June 1758

Ruth , 20 April 1760
Clarke, 10 June 1762
Ruhamah, 16 May 1764
Paul, 18 May 1766
Ezra, 6 August 1772

BABCOCK, Eunice , 3 October 1744, of Simeon and Sarah (Gardiner) Babcock, [TC 1:116]
Jeremiah, 16 May 1746
Thomas, 21 July 1748
Lucy, 11 January 1750
Dorcas, 1 December 1753
Jason, 9 July 1756
Lydia, 20 June 1759
Hannah, 28 April 1762
Lucas, 24 April 1765
Jonathan, 18 April 1768

BABCOCK, Barker , 19 December 1769, (also listed as Barker Wells), of Eunice Babcock, [TC 1:116]

Joseph , 29 January 1774, (also listed as Joseph Langworthy), of Eunice Babcock,
Lois, 13 June 1776, of Eunice Babcock,

BABCOCK, Rhoda , 17 December 1769, of Rowse and Ruth Babcock, [TC 1:119]
Rowse, 12 May 1773
Elizabeth, 14 March 1775
Benjamin, 2 September 1777

BABCOCK, Ruth , 10 January 1771, of Cpt. Samuel and Ruth Babcock, 5th day of the week [TC 2:10]
Miriam, 26 September 1772, 7th day of the week
Samuel, 19 October 1775, 5th day of the week
George Rhodes, 23 May 1778, 7th day of the week

Martha , 29 June 1780, 5th day of the week
Beriah, 6 July 1782, 7th day of the week

BABCOCK, Hezekiah , 25 November 1770, of Hezekiah and Martha Babcock, [TC 2:42]
Rowland, 17 September 1773
Luke, 16 April 1778
Susannah, 27 May 1780
Martha, 30 August 1781
Dorcas, 13 March 1785

BABCOCK, Daniel Jr ., 16 December 1784, of Daniel and Content (Potter) Babcock, “5th day of week” [TC 2:57]
Betsey, 21 February 1787 “4th day of the week”
Jacob Davis, 20 January 1789
Anna, 9 May 1791
George Potter, 4 November 1795
Oliver, 12 December 1797
Lucy, 24 January 1801
Mary, 2 November 1806
Emily, 14 June 1810

BABCOCK, Elnathan , 30 September 1790, of Peleg and Elizabeth (Wells) Babcock, [TC 2:58]
Hannah, 30 May 1792
Polly, 9 January 1794
Phanny, 5 November 1795
Lucy, 11 March 1799
Peleg, 7 April 1801

BABCOCK, Samuel Franklin , 7 March 1818, of Jared Jr. and Lois Babcock, [TC 2:94]

BABCOCK, William Davis , 1 November 1838, of James and Elizabeth (Davis) Babcock, 3rd child, FO-farmer, FBP-Richmond, RI, MBP-North Stonington, CT [V1:A]

BABCOCK, Mary Ann , 16 June 1852, of George A. and Abby Ann Babcock, FO-Miller, FBP-Hopkinton, MBP-Hopkinton [V 1:1]

BABCOCK, Martin Ernest , 30 April 1851, of Elias L. and Martha Jane Babcock, FO-machinist, FBP-Charlestown, MBP-Hopkinton [V 1:2]
male, 21 June 1854 Father’s occupation-farmer [V 1:1]
Ella Jane, 19 August 1854 [V 1:2]
*both of the above mentioned children are listed as being born in 1854. Ella and Martin are listed
together, being registered at the same time on 16 April 1855. The “male” is listed on the prior page
being registered on 31 December 1854.

BABCOCK, Celia A ., 9 December 1857, 3rd child, of Gardner J. and Harriet L. Babcock, FO-farmer, FBP-Hopkinton, MBP-Hopkinton [1:6]

BAGGS, unnamed son, 17 July 1859, 4th child of Jeremiah and Cynthia M. Baggs FO-Farmer, FBP-Richmond, RI, MBP-Hopkinton. [V 1:12]

BALLART, Osney , 22 December 1857, 2nd child, of Augustus and Louisa Ballart, FO-finisher of cloth, FBP-_?_, Germany, MBP-_?_, Germany [V 1:4]

BARBER, Susannah , 24 September 1755, daughter of Nathan and Thankful Barber, [TC 1:5]
Moses, 2 May 1759

Thankful , 2 May 1759
Nathan, 7 November 1760
Mary, 27 May 1762
Benjamin, 20 November 1763
John, 21 December 1765
Eunice, 22 July 1769
Ellener, 15 May 1775

Lydia , 14 June 1780 (in Westerly)
(note on this record states that Nathan and his wife were formerly of Hopkinton, now of Westerly)

BARBER, child, 20 February 1778, of Patience Barber & Freeman Mosier. “February 2, 1779 Freeman Mosier was apprehended by the Overseer of the Poor…for begating Patience Barber with child…Now the said Freeman hath procured Joseph Barber of said Hopkinton to sufficiently securely indemnify the said Town from ye maintenance of…
[PR 2:153]

BARBER, Joanna , 7 January 1778, daughter of Mary Barber (daughter of Nathan and Thankful) [TC 1:5]

BARBER, Benjamin Perry , 29 January 1785, son of Benjamin and Mary (Perry) Barber [TC 1:4]

BARBER, Peter , 29 August 1769, of Amy Barber. Peter Allen of Hopkinton, bonded for support of his child, on 20
June 1771. Peter’s brother Gideon Allen also signed the bond with him. [TC 1:64] (see Peter Allen)

BARBER, Avis, a child with John H. Clarke, in the year of 1868. In a complaint to the town, John H. Clarke states
that before the first payment was due to Avis and her father, Gilbert Barber on 27 November 1868 the child took sick and died. [Box #41, Misc. File of Complaints]

BARBER, Mary Elizabeth , 24 September 1844, of John M. and Mary (Hiscox) Barber, [TC 3:15]

BARBER, Oscar Maxson , 25 June 1837, of Franklin and Lydia (Maxson) Barber, [TC 3:11]

BARBER, Charles Holden , 25 July 1795, of Arnold and Mary Barber, [TC 2:54]

BARBER, Dorcas , 12 July 1773, of Levi Barber, [TC 2:60]

BARBER, John Ney , 13 March 1779, of Levi Barber, [TC 2:68]
Nicholas, 13 March 1779 } twins

BARBER, Jane G., 13 July 1830, of Paul M. and Maria Barber, [TC 2:93]

BARBER, Mary Elizabeth, 24 September 1844, 1st child of John M. and Mary (Hiscox) Barber. [Misc. Record Book page 20]
Hannah Maria, 5 November 1846
John Clarke, 25 July 1850

BARBER, Phebe Ann, 18 April 1857, 11th child, of George and Hannah Barber, FO-farmer, FBP-Voluntown, CT, MBP-Exeter, RI [V 1:5]

BARBER, Albert G., 1 July 1857, 6th child of Thomas D. and Olive A. Barber, FO-machinist, FBP-New York State, MBP-Exeter, RI [V 1:6]

BARBER, Anna M., 2 January 1858, 1st child of John O. and Julia Ann Babcock, FO-machinist, FBP-Hopkinton, MBP-Hallowell, ME [V 1:8]

BARBER, Mary E., 2 March 1858, 3rd child of Issac B. and Mary Barber, FO-farmer, FBP-Richmond, RI, MBP-Richmond [V 1:8]

BARBER, Marion Augusta, 4 September 1858, 3rd child of Crandall and Sarah Barber, FO-mule spinner, FBP-Richmond, RI, MBP-Richmond [V 1:10]

BARBER, male, 26 December 1858, 6th child of Amos P. and Lucy A. Barber, FO-machinist, FBP-Exeter, RI, MBP-Exeter [V 1:10]

BARBER, Orville George, 31 January 1859, 2nd child of John N. and Clarinda Barber, FO-Farmer, FBP-Hopkinton, MBP-Hopkinton [V 1:11]

BARBER, Clark Albert Rayfield, 7 April 1859, 3rd child of Edward S. and Arnetha A. Barber, FO-farmer, FBP-Hopkinton, MBP-North Stonington, CT [V 1:11]

BATES, Charles , 25 December 1772, son Caleb Bates [TC 1:70]

BENTLEY, Hannah , 27 August 1808, of Benjamin P. and Hannah Bentley, [TC 2:80]
Benjamin Wilbur, 8 March 1811

BITGOOD, John , 4 November 1857, 6th child of John F. and Susan Ann Bitgood, FO-farmer, FBP-Voluntown, CT, MBP-Exeter, RI [V 1:5]

BITGOOD, John Jr., 3 November 1858, 6th child of John and Susan Bitgood, FO-farmer, FBP-Voluntown, CT, MBP-Exeter, RI [V 1:10]

BLAKE, female , 20 March 1854, of Eden and Frances Blake, FO-farmer, FBP-unknown, MBP-not listed [V 1:1]

BRAMEN, James , 25 July 1760, of James and Alitheah Bramen, [TC 1:108]

BRAMEN, Mason, 5 March 1781, of James Jr. and Hannah (Lewis) Bramen, 2nd day of the week [TC 1:120]
Lewis, 14 October 1783, 3rd day of the week

Hannah, 19 February 1786, 6th day of the week

BRAMEN, Benjamin , 1 July 1786, of Joseph and Cynthia Bramen, [TC 2:55]
Joseph, 25 December 1790
Isaac, 13 April 1797
Washington, 12 March 1799
Robert, 11 March 1801

BRAND, Nathan Jr., 23 November 1809, of Nathan and Eunice (Crandall) Brand [TC 2:57]
Susanna Vincent, 22 November 1811
Christopher Crandall, 20 November 1813
Samuel Babcock, 16 January 1816

BRIGGS, female , 23 January 1855, of Bowen and Mary Briggs, Residence-Charlestown, FO-farmer, FBP-Charlestown, MBP-Charlestown [V 1:2]

BRIGGS, Leverett A., 6 June1858, 5th child of Asa L. and Mary C. Briggs, FO-carder, FBP-Charlestown, RI, MBP-Hopkinton [V 1:9]

BRIGHTMAN, Sarah , 29 September 1777, of Henry and Hannah Brightman, [TC 1:115]
Hannah, 19 March 1779
Susannah, 16 May 1781
Joseph, 9 March 1782
William, 8 April 1785

BRIGHTMAN, Esther , 23 April 1785, of Thomas and Thankful (Nye) Brightman, [TC 2:6]
Martha, 14 October 1786

Sarah , 13 April 1788 } twins
Mary, 13 April 1788

Thomas , 12 November 1790 “6th day of the week”
Joseph, 13 November 1792

BRIGHTMAN, Joseph Brightman , born 11 December 1715, “married 14 May 1747 to”
Sarah Thomas, born 5 June 1722 [TC 2:9]
Marcy, 22 July 1748 on Friday 2:45 PM of Joseph and Sarah (Thomas) Brightman,
Henry, 20 December 1749 on Wednesday 2:00 AM

Thomas , 4 August 1751 on Sunday 2:30 AM
Joseph, 17 November 1753 on Saturday 1:30 AM

Mary , 5 April 1755 on Saturday 7:00 PM
Martin, 13 May 1761 on Wednesday

Sarah , 23 August 1763 on Tuesday

Holmes , 25 June 1767 on Thursday

BRIGHTMAN, Martha , 23 March 1815, of Joseph and Patience (Kinyon) Brightman [TC 2:76]

BROWN, James Wilson , 7 June 1789, “between 7 & 8 o’clock at night of Christopher and Anna (Bramen) Brown,” [TC 2:43]

Nancy, 18 September 1790, “between 11 & 12 o’clock in the forenoon”
Jeremiah, 28 May 1792 “a little past noon”
Reuben, 22 September 1794 “a little before 6 o’clock in the evening”

BROWN, Phebe, “alias Phebe Tripp”, of Ruth Brown, 29 December 1791 [TC 2:45]

BROWN, Clark, of Alpheus and Hannah (Burdick) Brown, 23 February 1796 [TC 2:54]

BROWN, Nabby, of William and Thankful (Davis) Brown, 19 June 1796 [TC 2:98]
Dilli, 17 June 1797
Sally, 15 January 1799
William, 22 December 1802
James Woodbridge, 1 April 1805

Alice , 27 October 1809
Zephaniah, 28 September 1811

BROWN, Ralph W ., 2nd child, 6 November 1857, of Nathan W. and Abby B. Brown, FO-pedlar, FBP-North Stonington, CT, MBP-Hopkinton, RI [V 1:5]

BROWNING, Samuel H ., 1 March 1814 [V 1:2]

Mary (Greene) wife of Samuel, 10 January 1823

BROWNING, Mary Ann , of Samuel and Mary (Greene) Browning, 4 March 1838 [V 1:2]
William J., 13 May 1840
___?___ H., 7 July 1843
Welcome S., 17 June 1850
Elizabeth P., 10 June 1852
John P. J., 30 November 1854

BROWNING, Caroline E., 6 July 1836, of Matthew S. and Almira Browning, FBP-South Kingstown, RI, MBP-South Kingstown [V 1:7]

BUDDINGTON, child , 5 November 1855, of John and Mary E. Buddington, FO-farmer, FBP-New London, CT, MBP-Charlestown, RI [V 1:3]

BUDDINGTON, male , 19 November 1855, of Stephen and Caroline Matilda Buddington, FO-laborer, FBP-New London, CT, MBP-Groton, CT [V 1:3]

BUDLONG, female , 3 August 1854, of Charles and Mary E. Budlong, “daughter of William Knight” FO-laborer, FBP-not listed, MBP-not listed [V 1:1]

BUIR, Thomas, (twin to John) 9 September 1859, 5th child of John and Joanna Buir [ V 1:12]

John, (twin to Thomas) 9 September 1859, 6th child of John and Joanna Buir
FO-jack spinner, FBP-Ireland, MBP-Ireland

BUNDY, ______, child of Eunice Bundy. As of 26 January 1768, child unborn. The father, Isaac Gates, bonded for support on the above date. [Bonds for Support of Illegitimate Children 1767-1795 Box File 62]

BURCH, Elizabeth, of Billings and Susannah (Bently) Burch, 12 December 1771 [TC 1:121]
Thomas, 14 September 1773

Martha , 9 July 1775
Billings Jr., 26 October 1777
Samuel, 15 October 1779

Susannah , 12 September 1781

BURDICK, Thomas , son of Edmond and Thankful Burdick, 30 August 1749 [TC 1:21 & 35]
Margaret, 2 February 1751
John, 27 December 1753
Tacy, 20 September 1755
Anna, 20 November 1760

Sarah , 14 December 1762

BURDICK, Samuel Hubbard , of John Burdick, 18 October 1759 [TC 1:37]
Prudence, 24 July 1761

Phineas , 13 March 1764
Abel, 18 August 1766, son of John and Sibbel states ”the births of other children on page 37”[TC 1:45]
Phebe, 14 December 1768

BURDICK, Zillimus, of Nathan and Goodeth Burdick, 30 May 1745 [TC 1:48]
Sylvanus, 17 September 1747
Goodeth, 17 April 1751
Tacy, 12 October 1754
Adam, 28 December 1759

Naaman , 18 July 1762
Sheppard, 18 October 1766

BURDICK, William , born 23 June 1713 [TC 1:59]
His wife, Sarah, born 24 January 1721
Sarah, of William and Sarah Burdick, 14 February 1742 [TC 1:59]
William Jr, 17 August 1744
Daniel, 20 December 1746

Luke , 25 April 1749
Wait, 2 April 1754
Perry, 28 October 1756
Mary, 11 March 1764

BURDICK, Anna, of Edward Burdick, 16 August 1753 [TC 1:76]

BURDICK, Francis, of Daniel and Elizabeth Burdick, 20 July 1765 [TC 1:100]
Anne, 28 December 1767
Daniel, 9 June 1770

Nathan , 17 July 1772
Robinson, 16 September 1774

BURDICK, Meribah , of Elnathan and Anne (Sisson) Burdick, 25 September 1774 [TC 1:101]
Clement, 1 May 1776 and died 21 September 1778
Clement Peckham, 4 January 1779
Anne, 4 January 1781

BURDICK, Abigail , of Amos Burdick, 12 March 1766 [TC 1:102]
Sarah, 2 June 1768

Martha , 11 April 1770
Jonathan, 25 February 1772
David, 21 August 1774
Patience, 12 March 1777

BURDICK, Mary (C. or E.) daughter of Stephen Burdick. On August 1874 a complaint was made to the town that
she has three illegitimate children living with her and having no means to support them. (names of
children not provided in complaint) [Box #41, File of Complaints 1799-1906 #3]

BURDICK, Mary Frances , of Henry Wilson and Abby (Moore) Burdick, 11 November 1838, Sunday [TC 3:12]

BURDICK, Polly , of Perry Burdick, 27 February 1784 [TC 2:11]
Cynthia, 28 November 1786

BURDICK, Phebe, of Robert (son of Robert) and Sarah (Williams) Burdick, 18 April 1782 “6:00 p.m.” [TC 2:13]

“5th day of the week”
Robert, 12 January 1784, “7:00 p.m., 2nd day of the week”
Simon, 15 February 1786, “8:00 p.m., 4th day of the week”
Sarah, 15 February 1788, “8:00 p.m., 6th day of the week”
Rowse, 30 October 1790, “11:00 p.m., 7th day of the week”
Hannah, 8 August 1793 “at Charlestown”
Clark, 17 March 1796 “at Charlestown”
Gilbert, 19 March 1799 “at Charlestown”

BURDICK, William Clarke, of William Burdick, 10 December 1762 [TC 2:53]

BURDICK, Ichabod, of Ichabod and Hannnah (Maxson) Burdick, 10 July 1796 [TC 2:60]
Benjamin Maxson, 8 April 1798
Hannah, 4 May 1800

Matthew Stillman, 23 February 1802
Jonathan Truman, 8 March 1804

Martha, 3 May 1806

Isaac Coe, 20 August 1808
Welcome Clarke, 16 March 1811

BURDICK, Prudence, of John Burdick, 24 July 1761 [TC 2:78]

BURDICK, Benjamin Franklin, of Ichabod and Fanny (Green) Burdick, 3 November 1819 [TC 2:93]
George Henry, 23 March 1821
Albert Stillman, 26 July 1822
Frances Elizabeth, 22 February 1824

Martha Green, 17 April 1826
Hannah May, 7 October 1827

BURDICK, William C., 30 March 1809 in Westerly, RI Misc. Record Book page 9
Lucy Orvilla (Gates), 22 April 1815 Preston, CT
Lucy Esther, of William C. and Lucy Orvilla (Gates) Burdick, 18 July 1832 in Ledyard, CT
Martha Jane, 20 November 1833 Ledyard, CT
William Henry, 31 July 1835 Hopkinton
Julia Emma, 11 August 1837 “
John Perry, 10 July 1839 “
Harriet Newal, 20 April 1841 “
Louisa, 16 March 1844 “

BURDICK, Charles Edwin, 3rd child of Ransom P. and Lydia N. (Palmer) Burdick, 15 February 1848 FO-farmer, FBP-Rockville, RI, MBP-Millstone Point, CT [V 1:A]

Male, 10 April 1858, 6th child, MBP-Norwich, CT [V 1:8]

BURDICK, male, of William C. and Lucy (Miller) Burdick, 25 March 1853, FO-Blacksmith [V 1:1]
Lucy O., 17 January 1858, 11th child, FBP-Westerly, MBP-Preston, CT [V 1:8]

BURDICK, child, 2nd child of Hazard and Marcella Burdick, 19 February 1855 FO-stonecutter, FBP-Hopkinton, MBP-not listed [V 1:2]

BURDICK, Phebe L., 9th child of Stephen and Elizabeth Burdick, 23 June 1857 FO-farmer, FBP-Charlestown, MBP-Little Compton, RI [V 1:6]
Edwin Paris, 15 July 1859, 10th child, FO-merchant, MBP-West Greenwich, RI [V 1:12]

BURDICK, male, 2nd child of Elias T. and Louisa A. Burdick, 8 November 1857 FO-machinist, FBP-Hopkinton, MBP-North Kingston, RI [V 1:6]

BURDICK, Alan L ., 1st child of Henry G. and Sarah M. Burdick, 1 January 1857 FO-farmer, FBP-Hopkinton, MBP-Westerly, RI [V 1:5]

BURDICK, Robert T ., 2nd child of Edwin P. and Susan F. Burdick, 5 September 1857 FO-farmer, FBP-Hopkinton, MBP-Charlestown, RI [V 1:4]

BURDICK, Elisa M., 4 March 1858, 8th child of Clark and Clarissa C. Burdick, FO-farmer, FBP-Hopkinton, MBP-Westerly, RI [V 1:8]

BURDICK, Julia Ada, 1st child of John P. and Louisa R. Burdick, 26 January 1859 FO-jack spinner, FBP-Ashaway, RI, MBP-Stonington, CT

BURDICK, Adelbert Monroe, 7 May 1859, 1st child of J. Weeden and Martha Burdick, FO-farmer, FBP-Hopkinton, MBP-Hopkinton [V 1:11]

BURTON, Rebecca C., 27 January 1858, 1st child of William and Betsey Burton, FO-Laborer, FBP-Hopkinton, MBP-Exeter, RI [V 1:8]

BUTTON, Hannah, of Nathan and Hannah, 16 January 1761 [TC 1:34]
Sarah, 19 January 1762
Nathan, 7 December 1763

BUTTON, Abel, of Rufus and Elizabeth Butten, 6 January 1763 [TC 1:40]

BUTTON, Mary , of Amos and Anne Button, 9 September 1763 [TC 1:104]

BUTTON, Anna, of Joseph and Elizabeth (Lanphere) Button, 20 January 1823 [TC 2:97]

BUTTON, Benjamin TC 7:28, 5 July 1836, discharge papers state Mr. Button was born in Hopkinton, RI, he was age 44, (born in 1792), Honorably discharged from the Army, five foot six inches high, brown complexion, light blue eyes, light hair.

BUTTON, Sanford N., of Joseph and Anna (Egelston) Button, 27 April 1810 [TC 2:88]
Asher H., 25 October 1812
Joseph Avery, 29 March 1816

BUTTON, Mary E., of Hazard W. and Hannah A. (Bates) Button, 29 March 1851 FO-laborer [V 1:A]

Napolean B., 6th child, 2 July 1857 FO-farmer, FBP-Hopkinton, MBP-Providence, RI [V 1:4]
Napolean B., 3 July 1859 [V 1:A]

BUTTON, Horace, 1st child of Thomas and Susan Button, 11 January 1825, FO-Laborer, FBP-Hopkinton, MBP-Charlestown [V 1:7]
Caroline, 2nd child, 7 March 1827
Oliver, 3rd child, 8 February 1830
William, 4th child, 12 May 1833
John Taylor, 5th child, 27 August 1841
Lucy E., 7th child, 30 March 1848

CARR, male, of Sands C. and Lucy Carr, 8 September 1854 FO-manufacturer, FBP-Connecticut, MBP-New York [V 1:1]

CARTWRIGHT, Abigail, of Bryant and Elizabeth Cartwright, 7 December 1736, [TC 1:76]
Bryant, 3 May 1739
Lyda, (Lydia?) 31 March 1746 “all born on Martha’s Vineyard”

CARTWRIGHT, Briant , of Briant Cartwright, 26 June 1768 [TC 1:48]
Elizabeth Weeks, 31 May 1770
Jabith, 10 July 1772 } twins
James, 10 July 1772

William, 2 January 1775
Theodoty, 29 May 1777
Cyrus, of Bryant and Elizabeth Cartwright, 17 May 1779 [TC 1:48]
Penelope, 7 October 1782

CHAMPLIN, Nathan, son of Samuel Champlin, 8 October 1749 [TC 1:21]
Mary, 19 August 1751
Jeffrey, 5 April 1754
Hannah, 5 November 1757

CHAMPLIN, Hannah, of Jeffrey and Lydia Champlin, 5 November 1774 [TC 1:106]

Stephen, 28 February 1781 [TC 2:9]
Barker, 27 October 1782
Thomas, 3 October 1784
George Sheffield, 24 December 1786
Jeffrey, 25 July 1788
Lyman, 25 August 1790
Eunice, 20 January 1793
Reuben, 2 February 1795
Lydia, 31 May 1797

CHAMPLIN, George Congdon, of Betsey Potter, 16 March 1811 “about half past 6 PM the 7th day of the week”
[TC 2:55]

CHAMPLIN, Phillip Cotrell, of Ethan and Hannah (Cottrell) Champlin, 21 July 1809 [TC 2:64]
Sabrina, 17 July 1811
Patty, 9 September 1813
Amy, 23 January 1816
Welthy, 8 August 1817
Maria, 27 April 1825

CHAMPLIN, Edwin Green, of Green and Polly (Greenman) Champlin, 12 March 1823 [TC 2:88]
Frank, 6 January 1825
Lucy Maria, 23 August 1827
Mary Jane, 13 January 1830

CHAMPLIN, male, of Samuel R. and Mary Champlin, 17 November 1855 “at Westerly” [V 1:3]
Residence-Westerly, Father’s occupation-farmer, FBP-Westerly, RI, MBP-Charlestown, RI

CHAMPLIN, George S., 11 February 1843, 4th child of John S. and Abby Champlin, Father’s occupation-farmer, FBP-Lebanon, CT, MBP-Hopkinton, RI [V 1:7]
Mary Abby, 22 November 1844, 5th child
Thomas F., 2 March 1848, 6th child
Harriet P., 23 February 1850, 7th child

CHAPPELL, Susan M., 2nd child of Franklin and Mary E. Chappell, 13 December 1857, Father’s occupation-farmer, FBP-Charlestown, RI, MBP-not given [V 1:7]

CHESEBROUGH, Patty, of Harris and Martha Chesebrough, 19 September 1790 [TC 2:55]
Harris, 13 July 1792
Lydia, 24 July 1794
Samuel Champlin, 13 April 1796

CHESTER, Albert Langworthy, of Benjamin F. and Susan Chester, 10 October 1841 [V 1:7]
Gilbert Stanton, 3 December 1844
Amos Franklin, 28 November 1846

CHIPMAN, Charles Alexander, 6 February 1859 in Locustville, 1st child of Charles H. and Francis A. Chipman, FO-Harness Maker, FBP-Charlestown, RI, MBP-Westerly, RI [V 1:11]

CHURCH, Joshua 3rd, son of Joshua and Abigail Church, 9 December 1781 [TC 1:4]
Abigail, 20 January 1873

CHURCH, Nancy, alias Coon, daughter of Jemima Coon, 13 July 1788 [TC 2:4]

CHURCH, Lodowick Jr., 4 September 1800, “as he says” [TC 2:10] (recorded 8th October 1815)

CHURCH, Hannah, of Lodowick and Susannah Church, 28 February 1788 [TC 2:42]
Elizabeth, 2 February 1790
Adam, 17 February 1792

CLARK, _____, child of Eunice Clark. Child was born before November 1797. The father, Eliphlet Buddington
Jr. bonded for support of his child November 1797. [Bonds for Support of Illegitmate Children 1767-
1795 Box File 62]

CLARK, ______, child of Vashty Clark, daughter of Jesse Clark. The father, Benjamin Burdick, son of Luke
Burdick, bonded for support of his child on 2 March 1800. [Bonds for Support of Illegitimate Children
1800-1805 Box File 62]

CLARK, Henry Edgar, 3rd child of Stephen A. and Hannah A. Clarke, 21 October 1857 [V 1:5]
Father’s occupation-carder, FBP-Richmond, RI, MBP-Richmond, RI

CLARKE , Joshua Jr., of Joshua and Hannah Clarke, 17 August 1741 [TC 1:29]
Eathan, 7 March 1745
Phineas, 23 February 1746
Hannah, 4 May 1747
Thomas, 10 June 1749
Elizabeth, 14 November 1751
Arnold, 17 March 1754
Henry, 2 December 1756
Willet, 20 October 1759
Nathan, 7 February 1762

CLARKE, Job Bennet, of Joshua Clarke, 8 January 1765 [TC 1:42]

CLARKE, _____, of Eunice Clarke. The father, Rowland Crandall, son of Benjamin Crandall, bonded for support
of his child 13 January 1801. [Bonds for Support of Illegitimate Children 1800-1805 File Box 62]

CLARKE, Henry Jr, of Henry and Catherine (Pendelton) Clarke, 16 December 1777 [TC 2:9]
Phebe, 7 September 1779
Sally, 25 July 1781
Oliver Pendelton, 29 March 1783
John Villitt, 14 April 1785
Elizabeth, 30 April 1787
Ethan, 30 March 1789

CLARKE, Ami, of Job B. and Mary Clarke, 10 August 1789 [TC 2:15]
Hannah, 10 June 1791
Mary, 30 March 1793
Charles, 19 April 1795 “at Newport”
Cornelea, 9 October 1797
Job B., 28 July 1800
Paul, 7 August 1802
Elizabeth Ann, 12 January 1805
Sally H., 8 March 1807
Henry, 1 May 1809
Caroline, 12 October 1812
Corydon, 12 May 1815

CLARKE, Phanny, of Thomas and Phanny Clarke, 11 September 1781 [TC 2:19]
Nabby, 21 August 1783
Polly, 21 May 1785
Betsey, 4 May 1787
Martha, 26 February 1789
Nancy, 6 April 1791

CLARKE, Daniel Wright, of Thomas Jr. and Wealthy (Wright) Clarke, 4 June 1800 [TC 2:57]

CLARKE, Russell, of Thomas Clarke, 13 April 1787 [TC 2:91]

CLARKE, Sarah Elizabeth, of Russell and Sarah (Thurston) Clarke, 26 June 1814 [TC 2:91]

CLARKE, Milo Marsh, of Henry and Jerush M. Clarke, 23 March 1848 [V 1:1]
Father’s occupation-farmer, FBP-Hopkinton
Agnes Zillce, 9 August 1850

CLARKE, Thomas Henry, of Henry and Jerusha M. (Clark) Clarke, 15 June 1836 Misc. Record Book page 5
Joshua Maxson, 15 February 1838
William Palmer, 5 November 1840
Leander Scott, 2 June 1843
Mary Jerusha, 23 June 1845

CLARKE, Arso Gillette, 6 October 1858, 9th child of Henry and Jerusha M. Clarke, Father’s occupation-farmer, FBP-Hopkinton, MBP-Newport, RI [V 1:10]

CLEARY, child, of Franklin and Frances C. Cleary, 25 August 1855 [V 1:3]
Father’s occupation-wool carder, FBP-East Lyme, CT, MBP-East Lyme, CT

COE, William, of Isaac and Sarah Coe, 11 May 1803 [TC 2:44]
Mary Ann, 14 July 1806
Eliza Jenks, 1 May 1809
John Davis, 11 July 1810
Adeline, 26 July 1812

COLE, Sans, of Joseph and “his 2nd wife” Phebe Cole, 21 August 1760 [TC 1:102]
Benjamin, “born Stonington”, 14 March 1762
John, 21 February 1764
Stephen, 27 September 1766

COLE, Phebe, of Joseph and “his 3rd wife,” Susannah Cole, 31 October 1767 [TC 1:102]
Susannah, 28 August 1769
Anna, 5 July 1772

COLE, Nancy, 13 January 1796, of Stephen and Susanna (Browning) Cole, 13 January 1796 [TC 2:49]
Polly, 9 December 1797
Phebe, 25 July 1801

COLGROVE, Hannah, daughter of Jeremiah and Susannah Colgrove, 21 June 1771 [TC 1:4]
Susannah, 28 June 1773
Dinah, 18 December 1775
William, 9 February 1781
Sarah, daughter of Jeremiah and 2nd wife Hannah, 16 March 1785 (in Stonington) [TC 1:4]

COLLINS, Mary, of John and Mary Collins, 30 November 1769 [TC 1:58]

COLLINS, Hennery, of Joshua and Mary Collins, 13 October 1772 [TC 1:104]
Martha, 13 August 1774
Hezekiah, 21 April 1776
Oliver, 14 December 1777
Joshua, 4 September 1779

COLLINS, Mary, of John and Mary Collins, 30 November 1769 [TC 1:107]
John, 19 April 1771
Mehitable, 19 November 1773
Stephen, 18 June 1776
Samuel, 6 August 1780
Ian, (Dan?) 13 December 1781

COLLINS, Nathan, “whose mother was Cynthia Foster and entered by his request”, 12 September 1783 [TC 2:47]

COLLINS, Elizabeth, of John and Elizabeth (Mowry) Collins, 29 September 1796 [TC 2:51]
Sarah, 22 February 1798
Thomas, 9 February 1800
Benjamin, 13 October 1802
Anna, 18 March 1804
William, 1 March 1806 “about 1:00 AM”
Amos, 5 March 1808

COLLINS, Maria Alma, of Amos and Mary (Peckham) Collins, 23 February 1805 [TC 2:67]

COLLINS, David, of Rowse and Meribah Collins, 16 January 1811 [TC 2:78]

COLLINS, Orange S., 1st child of Welcome and Sally I. Collins, 6 April 1835, Father’s occupation-farmer, FBP-Hopkinton, MBP-Hopkinton [V 1:7]

COLLINS, Charles Leonard, 8 May 1847, 1st & only child of Charles W. and Mary N. (Hoxsie) Collins. Father’s occupation-mechanic, FBP-Richmond, RI, MBP-Richmond. [Misc. Record Book-page 22]

COLLINS, female, 19 October 1858, 7th child of George T. and Avis A. Collins, Father’s occupation-farmer, FBP-Hopkinton, MBP-Richmond, RI [V 1:10]

COLLINS, George Rowse, 11 March 1859, 4th child of David and Martha Collins, FO-Farmer, FBP-Hopkinton, MBP-Richmond, RI [V 1:11]

COLVIN, Emma Jeanette, 2 October 1858, 2nd child of Sterry and Eliza Colvin, Father’s occupation-Spinner, FBP-Westerly, RI, MBP-Coventry, RI [V 1:10]

CONSTANTINE, female, of John and Eliza Constantine, 5 May 1855 [V 1:2]
Father’s occupation-wool sorter, FBP-England, MBP-England

COON – See also “MacCoon, McCoon

COON, Benjamin, of Matthew and Lydia Coon, 4 February 1749 [TC 1:36]
Joseph, 18 January 1751
Matthew, 2 October 1752
Jeremiah, 25 July 1754
Sarah, 6 April 1760, (notation states she was born in the town of Richmond)
Anna, 25 February 1762

COON, Caleb, of Elias and Phebe Coon, 25 July 1769 [TC 2:2]
Elias, 13 October 1771
Mary, 10 June 1773
Elias, 23 November 1775
Thankful, 21 July 1778
Phebe, 8 July 1782
Ruth, 5 May 1784
George, 19 May 1788

COON, _____, child of Phebe Coon. Child born as of 18 November 1803. The father, Jacob Perkins, of Exeter, RI,
bonded for his support on the above date. [Bonds for Support of Illegitimate Children 1800-1805 File Box 62]

COON, female child of Martha Coon. Seven weeks old as of 28 December 1802, when Martha’s father, Thomas
Coon, signed a bond for support of the child. [Bonds for the Support of Illegitimate Children 1800-1805
File Box 62]

COON, Libbeus, of Thomas and Anne Coon, 15 February 1764 [TC 1:106]
Thomas, 28 July 1766
Anne, 3 January 1769
Lodowick, 18 August 1770
Elizabeth, 31 October 1772
Desire, 14 June 1775

COON, Peleg, of Peleg and Eunice (Burdick) Coon, 12 October 1763 [TC 1:116]
Rebecah, 7 May 1766
Esther, 14 March 1769
Joseph, 7 April 1771
Thompson, 26 June 1773
Eunice, 26 December 1775
Arnold, 5 February 1778
Anna, 1 October 1780
Richard, of Peleg and 2nd wife, Anna Coon, 12 August 1788
Zerviah, of Peleg Coon, 11 September 1790

COON, Nancy, alias Church, daughter of Jemima Coon, 13 July 1788 [TC 2:4]

COON, Caleb, of Elias and Phebe Coon, 25 July 1769 [TC 2:2]
Elias, 13 October 1771
Mary, 10 June 1773
Elias, 23 November 1775
Thankful, 21 July 1778
Phebe, 8 July 1782
Ruth, 5 May 1784
George, 19 May 1788

COON, Stephen Jr, of Stephen and Sarah (Stillman) Coon, 22 October 1789 [TC 2:18]
Samuel, 17 June 1791
George Stillman, 13 May 1793

COON, Joseph Jr., 17 February 1758 [TC 2:43]

COON, Mary, of Peleg and Anna Coon, 5 November 1795 [TC 2:48]

COON, Moses Barber, of Caleb and Dorcas (Barber) Coon, 9 February 1801 [TC 2:59]
Elias, 20 January 1804
Mary, 21 February 1807

COON, Martha Ann, 17 March 1843, of Elias and Mary (Palmer) Coon Misc. Record book page 12
Ruth Mary, 7 June 1846

COON, male, of Lafayette and Mary Coon, 27 July 1854 [V 1:1]
Father’s occupation-Laborer, FBP-Brookfield, NY, MBP-Stonington, CT

COON, Clarence H., 1 October 1858, 1st child of Asher P. and Lydia Coon, Father’s occupation-spinner, FBP-North Stonington, CT, MBP-North Stonington [V 1:10]

COTTRELL, John, of John and Esther Cottrell, 6 May 1815 [TC 2:72]
Susan, 30 November 1816

CRANDALL, Prudence, of Jeremiah and Kezia Crandall, 17 July 1745 [TC 1:33]
Kezia, 17 February 1749
Sarah, 12 January 1751
Jeremiah, 17 December 1752
Matthew, 30 June 1755
Luke, 22 June 1757
Ebenezer, 21 July 1759
Thankful, 9 February 1762

CRANDALL, Sarah, of David and Sarah Crandall, 8 March 1762 [TC 1:32]

CRANDALL, Azariah, of Peter Crandall, 22 December 1729 [TC 1:76]

CRANDALL, Olive, of Azariah and Anna (Burdick) Crandall 7 August 1773 [TC 1:76]
Peter, 11 February 1775
Sarah, 16 April 1777
Barton, 21 January 1779

CRANDALL, Thankful, of Levi Jr. and Margaret (Burdick) Crandall, 22 July 1772 [TC 1:103]
Christopher, 22 September 1774

CRANDALL, Elias, of David and Jemima (Coon) Crandall, 17 February 1765 [TC 1:105]
David, 12 December 1766
Jemima, 26 January 1770
Libbeus, 22 November 1774
Telek (?), 3 July 1776
John, 16 May 1778
Marcy, 19 March 1780
Anne, 19 January 1783

CRANDALL, Clarissy, of Archibald and Susanny Crandall, 2 December 1788 [TC 2:3]

CRANDALL, Phineas Maxson, of Amherst and Mary “Polly” (Maxson) Crandall, 25 June 1787 [HO 2:3]
Ethan, 11 January 1790
Polly, 16 September 1792

Luke, 22 March 1795 Misc. Record Book page 13

CRANDALL, Samuel, of Samuel and Mary Crandall, 11 August 1780, “at Charlestown” [TC 2:19]

CRANDALL, Anna, of Ezra and Anna Crandall, 9 November 1797 [TC 2:53]

CRANDALL, Mary Ann, of Samuel Jr. and Elisabeth (Vinson, “Vincent”) Crandall [TC 2:63]
Samuel, 27 January 1805
William Clarke, 22 April 1806

CRANDALL, Jarius, of Rogers and Lucy Crandall, 17 January 1799 [TC 2:64]
Susannah, 5 September 1801
Rogers Jr., 13 May 1804

CRANDALL, Hezekiah, of Pardon and Esther (Carpenter) Crandall, 22 September 1800 [TC 2:71]
Prudence, 3 September 1803
Reuben, 6 January 1806

CRANDALL, Henry Clinton, of Ezekial and Susanna Crandall, 15 July 1809 [TC 2:78]
Samuel Wells, 10 March 1813
Susanna, 29 May 1816

CRANDALL, male, of John A. and Frances Crandall, 12 February 1854 [V 1:1]
Father’s occupation-Laborer, FBP-unknown, MBP-Richmond, RI

CRANDALL, male, of Horace L. and Phebe Crandall, 5 February 1855 [V 1:2]
Father’s occupation-line manufacturer, FBP-Hopkinton, MBP-Charlestown, RI
Carrie Angeline, 9 April 1859, 2nd child

CRANDALL, Edgar Leroy, 2nd child of Nathan M. and Allura J. Crandall, 30 November 1857 [V 1:4]
Father’s occupation-line maker, FBP-Hopkinton, MBP-Stonington, CT

CRANDALL, Herbert, 1st child of Frederick and Harriet E. Crandall, 21 April 1857, Father’s occupation-farmer, FBP-Hopkinton, MBP-Charlestown [V 1:7]

CRANDALL, Peleg C., 3 February 1858, 1st child of Nathan G. and Mary E. Crandall, Father’s occupation-farmer, FBP-Hopkinton, MBP-North Stonington, CT [V 1:8]

CRANDALL, Henrietta, 12 February 1858, 1st child of Ethan C. and Martha M. Crandall, Father’s occupation-Spinner, FBP-Charlestown, RI, MBP-Charlestown [V 1:8]

CRANDALL, Nathan H., 14 June 1858, 3rd child of John S. and Frances C. Crandall, Father’s occupation-weaver, FBP-Charlestown, RI, MBP-Richmond, RI [V 1:9]

CRANDALL, Henry, 23 June 1858, 2nd child of Joseph Jr. and Elizabeth A. Crandall, Father’s occupation-farmer, FBP-Hopkinton, MBP-South Kingstown, RI [V 1:9]

CRANDALL, Sarah E.J., 14 August 1858, 12th child of Nicholas V. and Nancy Crandall, Father’s occupation-Laborer, FBP-Hopkinton, MBP-Westerly, RI [V 1:9]

CRANDALL, Mary E., 17 September 1858, 1st child of Ethan and Mary A. Crandall, Father’s occupation-wheelwright, FBP-Hopkinton, MBP-Hopkinton [V 1:10]

CRANDALL, Peleg Ernest, 1 September 1859 in Hope Valley, 1st child of Jesse B. and Lydia A. Crandall [V1:12]
Focc-machinist, FBP-Hopkinton, MBP-Hopkinton

CRANDALL, Oscar Everett, 1 October 1859, 1st child of Benjamin F. and Sarah M. Crandall [V 1:12]
Focc-machinist, FBP-Hopkinton, MBP-Hopkinton

CRUMB, Sarah, of Daniel Crumb, 20 January 1765 [TC 1:73]
Abigail, 22 October 1766
Hannah, 25 December 1768
Daniel, 22 October 1770
Samuel, 2 August 1772
Daniel, 16 May 1776
Hunniman, 2 February 1779
William, 2 May 1781

CUNDALL, Mary E. 29 December 1822 [TC 3:18]