Descendants of William Hascall 1490-1542 of Fontmell Magna, Dorset, England

Eleventh Generation

(Continued)


11789. Ignatius Vespusian Haskell 1, 2 (Aaron Stickney Haskell , Ignatius Haskell , Abigail Bray , Eleanor Dodge , Mary Haskell , William Haskell , William Haskell , William , William , William ) was born 3, 4 on 22 Aug 1840 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. He died 5, 6 on 14 Aug 1870 in Frontera, Mexico. He was buried 7, 8 in [buried at sea] Mount Adams Cemetery, Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. Ignatius was born 9 on 21 Aug 1842 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. He died 10, 11 on 14 Aug 1870 in At sea on voyage to West Indies.

The following note from World Family Tree Vol. 85, tree 746:

Ignatius was a mariner and died and was buried at sea during a trip to the West Indies.
His memorial stone in Mt. Adams Cemetery has his place of death as Frontera, Mexico.

An informant stated he died in Aspinwall.

Ignatius married 6, 7 Sarah Elizabeth Haskell 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 daughter of George Washington Haskell and Susan Closson Bray on 5 Nov 1861 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. They were married on 5 Nov 1860 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. Sarah was born 8 on 5 May 1843 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. She died 9 on 28 May 1899 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. She was buried 10 in Old Settlers Cemetery, Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine.

They had the following children:

  22858 F i Martha Jane Haskell 1, 2, 3 was born 4 on 21 Jun 1862 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. She died 5 on 25 Oct 1924 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. She was buried in Marshfield, Plymouth, Massachusetts.

The following notes from World Family Tree Vol. 85, tree 746:

The following is a clipping from the newspaper about Martha.
"Funeral Service of Mrs. Martha Jane Holden.
The remains of Mrs. Martha Jane Holden, a former resident of Deer Isle, were brought to Mansfield, Mass., the place she so dearly loved. The final summons came as the result of accidental burns she received at her summer home on Saturday night, October 25. Funeral services were held Friday afternoon, October 31, at 2.30 o'clock. Rev. Gove of the Congregational church of Mansfield officiating.
The choir sang 'Sometime We'll Understand,' 'Some Sweet Day' and 'In the Garden'.
There were many friends and relatives present and many beautiful floral pieces were received, among them from Elmer Lord & Co., Boston, Mrs. Sidney Treat of Malden, Dr. and Mrs. Walsh of Dorchester, the Evans family of Winthrop, Mrs. Ada Howard of Auburndale, and the Women's Guild of Arlington, Mass.
She leaves besides her husband, two daughters, Mrs. Roland L. Barber of Arlington, and Mrs Albert French of Boston, a son, Charles, of Australia, and six grandchildren. Interment took place in the Cedar Grove Cemetery, Marshfield. Her many friends, who loved her dearly, will mourn this sudden and sad ending."

I have contacted the town of Marshfield and had the following information back.
Martha Jane Holden is buried there in the Cedar Grove Cemetery. This is the largest cemetery in the town, and is located beside the Congregational Church.
The head stone reads "Mother" 1866-1924 (note the birthdate difference).
She is buried beside Rowlie L. Barber 1876-1924. This is Auntie Lou's husband.
        Martha married 4, 5 Clarence Holmes Wright Holden 1, 2, 3 son of George Washington Holden and Harriet Lunt Howard on 28 Jun 1885 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. Clarence was born 7 on 14 Aug 1865 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. He died 8 on 18 Jul 1947 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. He was buried 9, 10 in Mount Adams Cemetery, Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. Clarence was born 11 about 1865 in Maine.

The following notes from World Family Tree, Vol. 85, tree 746:

From "The Bangor Daily News", Bangor, Penobscot, Maine, Thursday, June 24, 1937.
"In the village of Deer Isle I chatted with a retired sea captain who in a long career at sea passed safely through the hazards of storm and shipwreck only to be shot down on land by a bandit while presiding as superintendent of Mariners House of the Seaman's Aid Society in Boston.

This man is Captain Clarence W. Holden, and the story of his escape from death after being critically wounded by a stickup man is one of the marvels of Boston's surgical cases.

At 10 p.m., June last, Captain Holden was in the act of opening the safe in his office at Mariners' House when two young masked bandits walked in with drawn automatics and ordered him to 'stick 'em up'. He did so and they backed him to a chair and made him sit down. Then one of the holdup men rifled the safe, taking a change box containing $18 and overlooked more than $1,000 in bills that reposed in a small compartment of the safe.

On the way out one of the bandits growled, 'Here's good night to you old timer' and with these words he shot the captain in the back. The bullet missed the spine by a scant half-inch, passed close to the left kidney, took an upward course, barely clearing the heart and left lung, split the fifth rib in its passage, left the torso, and passed through the left arm, dropping to the floor.

'It almost seemed', said the captain,'that the hand of fate directed the course of this bullet, so that it would not strike my vital organs. Both the surgeons and the police looked upon it as something akin a miracle and declared that a similar case had never come under their observation. The bandit who shot me must have been inspired by pure viciousness, for I made no outcry, realizing the utter uselessness of protest. It was a great satisfaction to me to know that they missed most of the money in the safe. I spent many years at sea and had many narrow escapes, but nothing like this adventure on land in the city of Boston.'

Because of temporary invalidism caused by his wound, the captain resigned his position as superintendent of Mariners' House and retired to Deer Isle, the region of his birth and his boyhood, where he purchased the house of the late Captain Leslie Gray. When I called on him he was busily engaged in supervising renovations in his new home and arranging some half models and other relics which he collected during his long career as a seafaring man. He showed me his most prized possession, a finely executed half-model of the schooner Ellen Little, designed for him by John J. Wardwell and built at the yard of Cobb and Butler, Rockland.

In reviewing the career of this retired sea captain I found many things of exceptional merit, and certainly a large measure of courage and resource on the high seas. Like most Maine sea captains, Captain Holden began at the lowest rung of the ladder in seamanship and worked his way to the top through unquestioned grit and ability. Many capable sailors have gone forth from Deer Isle and have chalked up a high mark in the world of skilled seamanship, but few have surpassed the shining record of this intrepid sailor. Outstanding in his fine record are the rescues of the crew of two steamships within a period of 16 months. These ships were burning at sea when the rescues were made. Captain Holden saved a total of 48 men from these two vessels. And yet there is nothing about this little captain to indicate that he is of the material of which heroes are made. He has an unassuming personality, his eyes are mild and kindly, and his voice carries no hint of boastfulness. Just now as he is arranging to make his retirement enjoyable, and plans to have a garden so that he may be assured of a little healthful exercise during the summer months.

Captain Holden was born August 14, 1865, in North Deer Isle, the son of George W. Holden, who taught school for twenty years on Little Deer Isle and later became an itinerant music teacher, conducting singing schools in many villages in this island empire of Penobscot Bay. The captain felt a yearning for the sea when a small boy, and at 15 signed articles on the brig. Allison, owned in Boston and commanded by Captain Charles Haskell. He received $10 per month as an ordinary seaman, and his first voyage was from Boston to Digby, Nova Scotia. For 36 years he was a shipmaster, commanding various schooners and square riggers. He voyaged to the West Indies and South America, and made several trips across to England during the World War.

The captain lost but one vessel, and that was in 1903 when he was skipper of the schooner Vietta.
'We were carrying a cargo of salt,' he said, 'when a bad gale struck us off the Virginia Capes. In a twinkling our sails were torn away by the velocity of the wind and we lost our steering gear. We began to leak badly, and after many exhausing hours at the pumps we abandonded her 300 miles off the Virginia Capes. Nine of us were drifting in our small boat, expecting every minute to be swamped by the rough seas, when we were picked up by the Italian tramp steamer, Mongello, and taken to Genoa, Italy. That was my only wreck and during my long career at sea I never lost a man or had a mutiny.'

'Tell me about the rescues you made at sea, captain.' I asked. 'There is nothing much to say about them,' he replied. 'I was mate of the Alice E. Clark of Portland and we were bound from New York to Wilmington, N.C. when one night off the Virginia Capes we saw a steamer all afire. We could hear the shouts of the 26 members of the crew, who had leaped from the burning ship into the water. I commanded the boat that rescued them. We landed the rescued at Vineyard Haven. Sixteen months later off New York we rescued the crew of the British ship Creedmore, which had caught fire at sea. This ship was loaded with gasoline, and the crew lost no time taking to the boats. We picked up the Creedmore's boat carrying 22 men, also landed them at Vineyard Haven.

'During the World War, I commanded the schooner Ellen Little and carried several cargoes of gasoline to the Canary Islands. This was not such a nice cargo when you figure that the ocean at the time was infested with German undersea boats. But we were lucky and never actually saw a submarine, though several times we heard their gunfire, and came across the wreckage of the vessel that had been sent to the bottom. I retired from the sea in 1926, and later was appointed superintendent of Mariners' House in Boston.'

For a period of about 10 years Mrs. Holden went to sea with her husband. They have three children. The Captain told me that his chief hobby was playing solitaire."

The following are newspaper cuttings from America:
Clarence W. Holden.
"Captain Clarence W. Holden passed away at the Blue Hill hospital Friday, July 18, 1947, after a long illness. He was born in Deer Isle August 14, 1865. Besides his widow, Rose M. Holden, he leaves a brother Howard Holden of Providence, R.I.; two daughters, Mrs. R.L. Barber of Arlington Mass., and Mrs. A.L. French of Boston, Mass.; a son Charles F. Holden of Australia; several grandchildren and great-grandchildren. He was a member of the Order of the Masons in Deer Isle and the Order of the Eastern Star also in Deer Isle. Funeral services were held at the Church-on-the-Hill Monday, July 21, at 2 p.m. Interment was in the Mount Adams Cemetery."

Clarence W. Holden.
"Clarence Wright Holden well known sailing captain died at the Blue Hill Hospital Friday after a long illness. Captain Holden was devoted to sailing vessels and would never go on a steam ship. For some years after retiring from the sea he was head of the Boston Seaman's Institute until he was seriously injured by armed men who were attempting to hold up the Institute office. He was born at Deer Isle August 14, 1865, and became an authority on the waters of the Atlantic both of North and South America. He was a member of the Deer Isle Masonic Lodge, the OES and the Fireman's Association. Captain Holden is survived by his wife, Rose; two daughters, Mrs. R.L. Barber of Arlington and Mrs. A.P. French of Boston; one son, Charles of Australia and several grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
The funeral was held Monday at 2 at the Deer Isle Congregational Church with the Rev. Milton McGorrill officiating. Burial was at Mt. Adams."

Dr. Ferguson's notes: Account began May 11 1888 - called by Clarence to see wife, mentions wife, child and daughter; ends August 26 1902.
  22859 F ii Mary G. Haskell 1 was born 2 on 26 Jun 1863 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. She died 3 on 6 Mar 1928 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine.
        Mary married Benjamin D. Dow 1, 2, 3 son of Benjamin H. Dow and Elizabeth Haskell. Benjamin was born 4 about 1856 in Maine.
  22860 F iii Armenia Haskell 1, 2 was born 3, 4 on 23 Sep 1864 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. She died 5, 6 on 25 Nov 1864 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. She was buried 7 in Old Settlers Cemetery, Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine.
  22861 F iv Gertrude Haskell 1, 2 was born 3, 4 on 9 Dec 1869 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. She died 5, 6 on 26 Jan 1871 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine.

11790. Solomon Haskell 1, 2, 3, 4 (Aaron Stickney Haskell , Ignatius Haskell , Abigail Bray , Eleanor Dodge , Mary Haskell , William Haskell , William Haskell , William , William , William ) was born 5, 6 on 4 Aug 1842 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine.

The following notes from World Family Tree, Vol 85, pedigree 746:

Solomon Haskell followed the sea for a few years and then settled in East Boston where he married and had a family. He devoted most of his life to the wrecking business.

He was also employed as a rigger.

Solomon married 2 Honora Murray 1 daughter of Michael Murray and Joanna ... on 18 Nov 1862 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts. Honora was born 3 about 1842 in Ireland.

They had the following children:

  22862 F i Minnie Haskell 1, 2.
  22863 M ii Fred Haskell 1.
  22864 M iii Charles Ignatius Haskell 1 was born 2 on 8 Jun 1872 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts.

11792. Martha Doe Haskell 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 (Aaron Stickney Haskell , Ignatius Haskell , Abigail Bray , Eleanor Dodge , Mary Haskell , William Haskell , William Haskell , William , William , William ) was born 6, 7, 8 on 27 Sep 1845 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. She died 9 in 1940. She was buried 10 in Mount Adams Cemetery, Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine.

Martha married 4 Willard Wesley Watkins 1, 2, 3 son of Moses Watkins and Cynthia Fairbanks on 14 Jan 1873 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts. Willard was born 5, 6 about 1836. He died 7, 8 in 1927 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts. He was buried 9 in Mount Adams Cemetery, Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine.

The following note from World Family Tree, Vol. 85, tree 746:

Willard was the proprietor of a restaurant in Park Square, Boston. He died in 1927 and was buried on Deer Isle. Martha remained in Boston and lived with her daughter 'Molly', and later her sister Mary.

They had the following children:

  22865 M i Willard Haskell Watkins 1, 2 was born 3 on 7 Jan 1874 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts. He died 4 in 1953. He was buried 5 in Mount Adams Cemetery, Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine.
        Willard married Eva Helen Farnum 1, 2. Eva was born 3 in 1873. She died 4 in 1958. She was buried 5 in Mount Adams Cemetery, Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine.
  22866 M ii Norman Dennis Watkins 1 was born 2 on 26 Oct 1875 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts. He died 3 in Honolulu, Hawaii.
        Norman married Annie K. Clarke 1.
  22867 F iii Hilda Graves Watkins 1 was born 2 on 5 Feb 1883 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts.

Lived in Chester, PA.
        Hilda married John Gartside Chadwick , Doctor 1.
  22868 F iv Mary Stickney Watkins 1, 2 was born 3 on 18 Jun 1889. She died 4 in 1979. She was buried 5 in Mount Adams Cemetery, Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. Mary was born 6 in 1887.
  22869 M v John Graves Watkins 1 was born 2 on 22 Apr 1893.

11794. Jasper Webster Haskell , Captain 1, 2, 3, 4 (Aaron Stickney Haskell , Ignatius Haskell , Abigail Bray , Eleanor Dodge , Mary Haskell , William Haskell , William Haskell , William , William , William ) was born 5, 6, 7, 8 on 29 Sep 1849 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. He died 9, 10, 11 on 7 Aug 1914 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. He was buried 12 in Mount Adams Cemetery, Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine.

Jasper Webster Haskell was a sea captain. He was master of the schooners Hugh Kelly and Harry Prescott.

1 January 1907 -- E. Randall Gray, son of Irving C. and Alice W. (Haskell) Gray, was legally adopted by Jasper W. and Martha F. Haskell in probabate court by Edward E. Chase, Judge of Probate, and given the name of Randall Everett Haskell.

Jasper married 4, 5 Martha Flavilla Haskell 1, 2, 3 daughter of Albert Haskell Captain and Irene Haskell on 12 May 1868 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. Martha was born 6, 7, 8 on 23 Jan 1849 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. She died 9 in 1940. She was buried 10 in Mount Adams Cemetery, Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine.

1 January 1907 -- E. Randall Gray, son of Irving C. and Alice W. (Haskell) Gray, was legally adopted by Jasper W. and Martha F. Haskell in probabate court by Edward E. Chase, Judge of Probate, and given the name of Randall Everett Haskell.

They had the following children:

  22870 M i Caleb Aaron Butler Haskell , Captain 1, 2 was born 3 on 4 Dec 1869 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. He died 4 in 1937. He was buried 5 in Mount Adams Cemetery, Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. Caleb was born 6 on 2 Dec 1869 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine.

Caleb Aaron Butler Haskell was a sea captain. He was master of the schooners Jesse H. Bishop and Mary A. Hall.
        Caleb married 3 Rose Weed Eaton 1, 2 daughter of John Sylvanus Eaton and Martha Gray Pickering on 13 Oct 1888 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. Rose was born 5, 6 on 18 Dec 1870 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. She died 7 on 29 Oct 1946 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. She was buried 8 in Mount Adams Cemetery, Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine.
  22871 M ii Willard Graves Haskell Lt. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 was born 6, 7 on 20 Aug 1874 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. He died 8, 9 on 20 Nov 1920 in Newtonville, ..., Massachusetts. He was buried 10 in Mount Adams Cemetery, Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. Willard died 11, 12 on 22 Nov 1920 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine.

Dear Island newpaper

It was with great sorrow that the many friends of Willard G. Haskell learned of his death, which occurred at his home in Newtonville, Mass., Sat. Nov. 20th, after a long period of failing health, altho he has been able to follow his usual avocation up to within a few weeks of his death. Mr. Haskell was the second son of Capt. Jasper W. & Flaville Haskell. He was born while the family lived in New Haven, Conn., about 46 years ago, and came to Deer Isle with his parents when a boy. He married Miss Lizzie Powers of South Deer Isle. To this union were born six children, Kathleen, Gladys, George, Virginia, Willard and Norman. The family made their home here until about a year ago, when they moved to Newtonville, believing that the city furnished better opportunities for the ohildren.

Besides his family, who have lost a kind and most indulgent husband and father, Mr. Haskell leaves a mother, one sister, Miss Villa M. Haskell, and two brothers, Capt. C. A. Haskell, of the schooner Hester, now on a voyage to Europe, and Capt. Harris W. Haskell, who has just arrived in Savannah, Ga., from Cuba. He was a valued member of Marine Lodge, F. & A.M., and was highly respected by all who knew him. After a brief service at the home in Newtonville, the remains, accompanied by the mother, the wife, and Miss Kathleen, arrived here Thursday night and the funeral is taking place this afternoon, with interment at Mt. Adams.
        Willard married 3 Elizabeth Maud Powers 1, 2 daughter of George Saunders Powers and Mary Ann Parris on 12 Jan 1898 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. Elizabeth was born 4, 5 on 25 Aug 1875 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. She died 6 on 28 Jun 1954 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. She was buried 7 in Mount Adams Cemetery, Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine.
  22872 F iii Alice Weaver Haskell 1, 2, 3 was born 4, 5, 6 on 12 Apr 1883 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. She died 7 on 25 Dec 1906. She was buried 8 in Mount Adams Cemetery, Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine.
        Alice married 3 Charles E. Gray 1, 2 son of Charles Irving Gray and Olive Jane Pickering on 27 Dec 1904 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. Charles was born 4 on 6 Jul 1881 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. He died about 1956.
  22873 F iv Flavilla M. Haskell 1, 2 was born 3, 4 on 29 Jan 1886 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. She died 5, 6, 7 on 18 Nov 1974 in Worcester, Worcester, Massachusetts. She was buried 8 in Mount Adams Cemetery, Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. Flavilla was born 9 on 30 Jun 1886 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut.

Living in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine according to US Federal Census.
  22874 M v Harris Weaver Haskell , Captain 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 was born 6 on 3 Nov 1887 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. He died 7 on 21 Feb 1953 in Galveston, Galveston, Texas.

Harris W. Haskell was a master mariner in 1915 according to Deer Isle town records. he was master of the schooner General E. S. Greeley.

In the 1930 US Federal Census for Somerville, Massachusetts, his home was in Somerville.
        Harris married 4 Florence E. Morgan 1, 2, 3 daughter of Henry Morgan and Alice B. ... on 4 Mar 1915 in Sedgwick, Hancock, Maine. Florence was born 5 about 1892 in Sedgwick, Hancock, Maine. She died 6 on 15 Jul 1933 in Somerville, Middlesex, Massachusetts. Florence was born 7 about 1891 in Maine. She was born 8 about 1891 in Maine.
  22875 F vi Florence I. Haskell 1, 2 was born 3, 4 on 21 Nov 1888 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. She died 5 on 30 Nov 1888 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. She was buried 6 in Mount Adams Cemetery, Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine.
  22876 F vii Irene Margaret Haskell 1, 2 was born 3, 4 on 27 Apr 1889. She died 5, 6 on 5 May 1993 in Bangor, Penobscot, Maine.
        Irene married ... Ferris.

11796. Mark Haskell 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 (Aaron Stickney Haskell , Ignatius Haskell , Abigail Bray , Eleanor Dodge , Mary Haskell , William Haskell , William Haskell , William , William , William ) was born 6, 7, 8 on 13 Jul 1853 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. He died 9, 10 on 25 Feb 1930 in Seattle, King, Washington. He was buried 11 in 1930 in Seattle, King, Washington. Mark was buried 12 in Evergreen Cemetery, Sunshine, Hancock, Maine.

Find-a-grave

Mark Haskell was a noted skipper and captain of the finest ships sailing out of San Francisco, California, in the Japan-China trade with America. He married in California.

Mark married 3 Annie L. Ross 1, 2 in 1895 in California. Annie was born 4, 5 in 1872 in California. She died 6 on 3 May 1949 in Seattle, King, Washington.

They had the following children:

  22877 F i Norma A. Haskell 1 was born 2, 3, 4 on 21 Nov 1905 in Seattle, King, Washington. She died 5, 6 on 9 Jul 1982 in Puyallup, Pierce, Washington. She was buried 7 in Fir Lane Memorial Park, Spanaway, Pierce, Washington.

Norma Haskell was an adopted daughter.
        Norma married Roy Strange 1.

Ray and Norma (Haskell) Strange had three children.

11806. Moses Cheever Angell 1, 2, 3 (Abigail Haskell , Ignatius Haskell , Abigail Bray , Eleanor Dodge , Mary Haskell , William Haskell , William Haskell , William , William , William ) was born 4, 5 on 1 Jun 1803 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. He died 6 in 1877 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts.

Moses married 6 Martha Green 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 daughter of Asa Green and Martha Scott after 21 Nov 1829. They were married 7 on 21 Nov 1829 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. Martha was born 9 on 2 Feb 1802 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. She died 10 on 17 Nov 1860.

They had the following children:

  22878 F i Harriet Webb Angell 1.
        Harriet married (1) William Clark 1.
        Harriet married (2) Charles Garfield 1. Charles died in At sea.
  22879 F ii Martha Angell 1.
  22880 M iii Charles Angell 1 died 2 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts.
  22881 M iv Moses Everett Angell 1 died 2 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts.
  22882 M v George Angell 1 died 2 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts.
  22883 M vi David Angell 1.
        David married ... Clarke 1.
  22884 M vii Amos Stickney Angell 1, 2, 3, 4 was born 5, 6 on 8 May 1830 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. He died 7 on 9 Mar 1902 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. He was buried 8 in Old Settlers Cemetery, Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine.
        Amos married Martha Cutter Sellers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 daughter of Joseph Sellers and Mary Stickney Haskell. Martha was born on 16 Nov 1830 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. She died 6 on 17 Nov 1861 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. She was buried 7 in Old Settlers Cemetery, Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. Martha was born 8 about 1831 in Maine. She was born 9 about 1832 in Maine.

11820. Susannah Haskell 1, 2 (Ignatius Haskell , Ignatius Haskell , Abigail Bray , Eleanor Dodge , Mary Haskell , William Haskell , William Haskell , William , William , William ) was born 3 on 21 Jan 1820 in Maine. She died 4, 5 on 19 Jan 1878. She was buried 6, 7 in Mount Adams Cemetery, Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine.

Susannah married 5, 6 Ambrose Colby Gordon 1, 2, 3, 4 son of Amos Gordon and Mercy Colby on 20 May 1842 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. Ambrose was born 8 on 28 Nov 1816 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. He died 9, 10 on 12 Mar 1881 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. He was buried 11, 12 in Mount Adams Cemetery, Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine.

Ambrose Colby Gordon was a ship carpenter (1870 Federal Census for Deer Isle).

They had the following children:

  22885 F i Mercy Willen Gordon 1 was born 2 about 1845.
  22886 F ii Sarah Doe Gordon 1, 2, 3, 4 was born 5, 6, 7 in 1844 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. She died 8 on 11 Dec 1907. She was buried 9, 10 in Mount Adams Cemetery, Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine.
        Sarah married Harlan Page Pressey 1, 2, 3 son of Sylvanus G. Pressey and Harriet L. Gross. Harlan was born 4, 5 on 25 Oct 1840 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. He died 6, 7 on 6 Jun 1894 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. He was buried 8, 9 in Mount Adams Cemetery, Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine.

Harlan Paige Pressey was a carpenter.

11822. Albion King Parris Haskell 1, 2, 3, 4 (Ignatius Haskell , Ignatius Haskell , Abigail Bray , Eleanor Dodge , Mary Haskell , William Haskell , William Haskell , William , William , William ) was born 5, 6 on 13 Oct 1824 in North Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. He died 7, 8 on 2 May 1891 in Portland, Cumberland, Maine. He was buried 9, 10 in Mount Adams Cemetery, Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. Albion was born 11 on 13 Oct 1824 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine.

Albion King Parris Haskell was a farmer.

Albion married 3 Helen Mae Jones 1, 2 on 5 Jan 1848 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. Helen was born 5, 6 on 2 Jul 1831 in Castine, Hancock, Maine. She died 7, 8 on 7 Aug 1878 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. She was buried 9, 10 in Mount Adams Cemetery, Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine.

They had the following children:

  22887 F i Lucy Helen Haskell 1, 2, 3 was born 4 on 2 Jun 1855 in Nova Scotia. She died 5, 6 on 13 Feb 1905 in Worcester, Worcester, Massachusetts. She was buried 7 in Cambridge Cemetery, Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts. Lucy was born 8 about 1855 in Nova Scotia. She was born 9 on 2 Jun 1855 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine.
        Lucy married 4 Sumner C. Pike 1, 2, 3 son of William O. Pike and Mary Augusta Durrell on 30 Jun 1878 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. Sumner was born 5 about 1855 in Maine. He died 6 in Jun 1925.

Sumner C. Pike was an engineer (1880 Federal Census for Cambridge, MA).
  22888 M ii Ambrose Gordon Haskell 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 was born 8, 9 on 15 May 1858 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. He died 10, 11 on 19 Feb 1926 in Staten Island, New York. He was buried 12 in Mount Adams Cemetery, Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. Ambrose was born 13 on 15 May 1858 in Nova Scotia.

Ambrose Gordon Haskell at age 61 was a marine cook (1920 Federal Census for Deer Isle).
        Ambrose married (1) Edith B. French 1 on 7 Jun 1883 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts. The marriage ended in divorce.
        Ambrose married 5 (2) Lillian H. Husson 1, 2, 3, 4 daughter of Isaac Husson and Hannah Bursey on 18 Jun 1889 in Portland, Cumberland, Maine. Lillian was born 6, 7, 8 on 12 Jan 1871 in Newfoundland. Lillian was born 9 about 1870 in Maine.
  22889 F iii Susan Caldwell Hardy Haskell 1, 2, 3 was born 4 on 9 Dec 1860 in Nova Scotia. She died 5 on 5 Jan 1928 in Lynn, Essex, Massachusetts. She was buried 6 in Pine Grove Cemetery, Lynn, Essex, Massachusetts. Susan was born 7 on 9 Dec 1860 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine.
        Susan married William Ordway 1.
  22890 M iv Everett Sears Haskell 1, 2 was born 3 on 5 May 1863 in Nova Scotia. He died 4 on 26 Jan 1925 in Clinton, Worcester, Massachusetts. Everett was born 5 on 5 May 1863 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine.

Everett Sears Haskell was a mechanic.
        Everett married (1) Lizzie Fowler 1.
        Everett married (2) Mary ... 1. Mary died 2 after 1900.
        Everett married 2 (3) Adelade Haskell 1 daughter of James Clark Haskell and Everline C. Gray on 6 May 1882 in Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts. Adelade was born 3 in 1863 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. She died 4 on 3 Jul 1895.
  22891 F v Sarah Lenora Haskell 1, 2, 3 was born 4, 5, 6 on 4 Nov 1865 in Pirate Cove, Guysborough, Nova Scotia.
        Sarah married 2 George Henry Middleton 1 son of Harry George Middleton and Mary Ellen Moran on 9 Nov 1887 in Chelmsford Center, Middlesex, Massachusetts. George was born 3 on 21 Jan 1858.
  22892 F vi Josephine Helena Haskell 1, 2, 3 was born 4 on 29 Jan 1868 in Nova Scotia. She died 5 on 13 Feb 1911 in Bath, Sagadahoc, Maine. Josephine was born 6 on 29 Jun 1868 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine.
        Josephine married Walter Barnes 1.
  22893 F vii Lavinia Hartley Haskell 1, 2, 3 was born 4 on 16 Mar 1870 in Nova Scotia. Lavinia was born 5 on 16 Mar 1870 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine.
        Lavinia married 4, 5 Washington Irving Middleton 1, 2, 3 son of Henry G. Middleton and Mary ... on 10 Oct 1889 in South Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. Washington was born 6 on 10 Mar 1870 in Lowell, Middlesex, Massachusetts.

11823. Elizabeth Powers Haskell 1, 2, 3 (Ignatius Haskell , Ignatius Haskell , Abigail Bray , Eleanor Dodge , Mary Haskell , William Haskell , William Haskell , William , William , William ) was born 4, 5 on 21 Jul 1827 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. She died 6 in Tacoma, Pierce, Washington.

Elizabeth married 4, 5 Oliver Foster Howard 1, 2, 3 son of John Howard and Susan Foster on 11 Mar 1847 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. Oliver was born 6, 7 on 25 Mar 1824 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. He died 8, 9 before 1900 in Gloucester, Essex, Massachusetts.

They had the following children:

  22894 F i Ellen M. Howard 1 was born 2 about 1847 in Massachusetts.
        Ellen married Amos Story 1.
  22895 F ii Emma Frances Howard 1, 2 was born 3, 4 on 23 Jul 1848 in Gloucester, Essex, Massachusetts. She died 5, 6 on 17 Apr 1933 in Tacoma, Pierce, Washington.
        Emma married 4 Forbes Phelps Haskell 1, 2, 3 son of Henry L. Haskell and Sarah Coffin Phelps on 29 Mar 1870 in Gloucester, Essex, Massachusetts. Forbes was born 5, 6 on 6 Apr 1844 in Gloucester, Essex, Massachusetts. He died 7 on 18 Jan 1912 in Tacoma, Pierce, Washington.

Forbes Phelps Haskell was a farmer.
  22896 M iii Charles Oliver Howard 1 was born 2 about 1857 in Massachusetts.
        Charles married ... Maguire 1 daughter of Ed Maguire.
  22897 F iv Lizzie Howard 1 was born 2 in Gloucester, Essex, Massachusetts. She died 3 in [died young].

11838. Rebecca Low Haskell 1, 2, 3, 4 (Solomon Haskell , Ignatius Haskell , Abigail Bray , Eleanor Dodge , Mary Haskell , William Haskell , William Haskell , William , William , William ) was born 5, 6, 7, 8 on 20 Sep 1816 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. She died 9, 10 on 28 Feb 1909 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. She was buried 11, 12 in Old Settlers Cemetery, Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. Rebecca died 13, 14 on 28 Feb 1909 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine.

Rebecca Low Haskell -- her given name is recorded as Rhoda in the Deer Isle town record of her birth, 26 September 1816.

Rebecca married 6, 7, 8 (1) Nathan Eaton Weed 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 son of Joseph Weed and Judith Eaton on 20 Jan 1835 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. Nathan was born 9 on 17 Jul 1811 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. He died 10, 11 on 30 Oct 1851 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. He was buried 12 in Old Settlers Cemetery, Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. Nathan was born 13 about 1811 in Maine.

They had the following children:

  22898 F i Mary Frances Weed 1 was born 2, 3 on 18 Nov 1837 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. She died 4 in 1855. She was buried 5 in Old Settlers Cemetery, Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine.
  22899 M ii Hezekiah Haskell Weed 1 was born 2, 3 on 19 Sep 1839 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. He died 4 in 1862.
  22900 M iii Frederick Pearl Spofford Weed 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 was born 7 on 13 Jan 1844 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. He was buried 8 in Mount Adams Cemetery, Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine.

Frederick P. Weed was a sailor. At age 76 Frederick P. Weed was a lumber dealer (1920 Federal Census for Deer Isle).
        Frederick married 8 Caroline M. Eaton 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 daughter of Frederick Eaton Captain and Barbara Barton Green Haskell on 10 Jul 1863 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. They were married 9 after 3 Jul 1863. Caroline was born 11 in Oct 1844 in Maine. She died 12 on 24 Jul 1932 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. She was buried 13 in Mount Adams Cemetery, Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine.
  22901 M iv Jonathan Webb Weed 1, 2, 3, 4 was born 5 on 24 Oct 1845 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. He died 6, 7 on 4 Feb 1866 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. He was buried 8 in Old Settlers Cemetery, Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine.
  22902 F v Martha Adams Weed 1, 2, 3, 4 was born 5, 6, 7 on 13 Apr 1850 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. She died 8 in 1871. She was buried 9 in Old Settlers Cemetery, Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine.
  22903 M vi Selden Winship Weed 1 was born 2 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. He died 3 in [died age 3 weeks].

Rebecca married 5, 6 (2) William Barton Haskell 1, 2, 3, 4 son of Tristram Haskell and Betsy Barton on 18 Jul 1855 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. William was born 7, 8, 9 on 4 Jul 1806 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. He died 10, 11 on 23 Jun 1861 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. He was buried 12 in Old Settlers Cemetery, Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. William was born 13 on 4 Jul 1805 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine.

William Barton Haskell was a fisherman and a sea captain in command of the 3-masted Feank. E. Swain, built at Rockport in 1909.

They had the following children:

  22904 M vii William Harrison Pressey Haskell is printed as #16964.

11839. Hezekiah Rowell Haskell 1, 2, 3 (Solomon Haskell , Ignatius Haskell , Abigail Bray , Eleanor Dodge , Mary Haskell , William Haskell , William Haskell , William , William , William ) was born 4, 5, 6, 7 on 23 Jan 1819 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. He died 8, 9, 10 on 3 Feb 1891 in Stonington, Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. He was buried 11, 12 in Old Settlers Cemetery, Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine.

Hezekiah confined himself to industrial pursuits at home and never went to sea. He was a merchant, shoemaker, and proprietor of the "Haskell House." He built and kept a general store in the building where later Wm. R. Sellers had a meat market and owned the same. Then Hezekiah resorted to shoemaking until his health failed. This "Haskell House", where transients were accommodated, later became the home of Ralph H. Haskell, son of Hezekiah's brother Eben, where he resided when this information was compiled in 1935, being the next house, northwest, to Solomon's house that was torn down. Hezekiah's son, Henry Noyes Haskell, lived upstairs in his father's house before moving to Stonington. This house displayed a large sign in front "The Haskell House", all seeking a place to stay. and here Hezekiah took boarders and It is remembered that manv of those employed in the Silver Mine stopped with Hezekiah.

Hezekiah married 5, 6, 7 Lucy Maria Noyes 1, 2, 3, 4 daughter of Joseph Noyes and Olivia Morey on 23 Jul 1840 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. Lucy was born 9, 10 about 1821 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. She died 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 on 22 Oct 1896 in Portland, Cumberland, Maine. She was buried 16 in Old Settlers Cemetery, Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine.

They had the following children:

  22905 F i Phylena McKeen Haskell 1, 2, 3 was born 4, 5, 6 on 1 Jul 1841 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. She died 7 on 25 Mar 1842 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. She was buried 8 in Old Settlers Cemetery, Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. Phylena died 9 on 24 Mar 1842 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine.
  22906 M ii Lyman Platts Haskell 1, 2, 3, 4 was born 5, 6, 7 on 8 Jun 1843 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. He died 8, 9 on 22 Nov 1895 in Portland, Cumberland, Maine. He was buried 10 in Evergreen Cemetery, Portland, Cumberland, Maine.

Lyman Platts Haskell was a house carpenter.
        Lyman married (1) Lucy A. ... 1. Lucy was born 2 in 1847 in Maine.
        Lyman married 6, 7, 8 (2) Isaphenia A. Austin 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 daughter of James Austin and Jane Reed on 26 Dec 1865 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. Isaphenia was born 10, 11, 12, 13 in Mar 1849 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine.
  22907 M iii Henry Noyes Haskell 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 was born 7, 8, 9 on 22 Nov 1847 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. He died 10, 11 on 3 Mar 1909 in Portland, Cumberland, Maine. He was buried in Stroudwater Burying Ground, Portland, Cumberland, Maine.

Henry Noyes Haskell was a house carpenter.
        Henry married 5, 6 Lenora Celeste Stinson 1, 2, 3, 4 daughter of Seth Webb Stinson and Louisa Josephine Crockett on 23 Nov 1868 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. Lenora was born 7, 8, 9 on 25 Sep 1845 in Rockport, Knox, Maine. She died 10 on 30 Jan 1913 in Stonington, Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. She was buried in Stroudwater Burying Ground, Portland, Cumberland, Maine.

Lenora Celeste Stinson dies of chronic nephritis.
  22908 F iv Augusta Noyes Haskell 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 was born 6 on 12 Feb 1856 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine.
        Augusta married 4, 5 William Urquhart 1, 2, 3 on 3 Sep 1881 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. William was born 7 in Jul 1854 in Nova Scotia.

William Urquhart was a painter (1900 Federal Census, Georgetown, Massachusetts).

11840. Charles Stevens Haskell 1, 2, 3, 4 (Solomon Haskell , Ignatius Haskell , Abigail Bray , Eleanor Dodge , Mary Haskell , William Haskell , William Haskell , William , William , William ) was born 5, 6, 7 on 23 Oct 1821 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. He died 8, 9, 10, 11 on 3 Jun 1898 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. He was buried 12 in Old Settlers Cemetery, Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine.

Charles Stevens Haskell was a farmer.

Charles married 3, 4 Martha Babbidge Haskell 1, 2 daughter of Edward Haskell and Mary Babbidge on 9 Nov 1857 in Mechanic Falls, Androscoggin, Maine. Martha was born 6, 7 on 2 Apr 1823 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. She died 8 on 18 May 1909 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. She was buried 9 in Old Settlers Cemetery, Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. Martha was baptized on 14 Oct 1832 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine.

They had the following children:

  22909 M i Judson Adams Haskell 1, 2 was born 3, 4 on 17 Nov 1858 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. He died 5 in 1935. He was buried 6 in Mount Adams Cemetery, Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine.

Judson Adams Haskell was a landscape gardener. In the 1920 US Federal Census for Plainville, Massachusetts, at age 61 he is listed as a farm manager.
        Judson married 7, 8 (1) Lottie L. Greenlaw 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 daughter of Solomon Barbour Greenlaw and Comfort Sellers Torrey on 22 Feb 1888 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. Lottie was born 10 on 28 Jul 1866 in Maine. She died 11, 12 on 18 Nov 1923 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. She was buried 13 in Mount Adams Cemetery, Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine.
        Judson married 2 (2) Emily Crosby Hall 1 daughter of Gideon Hall and Ruth Paine on 25 Nov 1926 in Bourne, Barnstable, Massachusetts. Emily was born 4 about 1869 in Marshfield, Plymouth, Massachusetts.

Emily Crosby Hall was a teacher.
  22910 F ii Martha Florence Haskell 1 was born 2 on 24 Mar 1860 in Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine. She died 3 in 1948. She was buried 4 in Mount Adams Cemetery, Deer Isle, Hancock, Maine.

In the 1860 Federal Census for Deer Isle she is listed as "female not named" at an age of three months.

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