Battle of Worcester POWs in America

Every attempt has been made to ensure accuracy; please independently verify all data.

Published on: 7 March 2013
Updated: 22 Nov 2016

The excerpt below is from an article written by:
Rapaport, Diane. “Scots for Sale, The Fate of the Scottish Prisoners in Seventeenth-Century Massachusetts,” (New England Ancestors. Boston, MA: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2000-2009.) (Online database. AmericanAncestors.org. New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2009.)

“Few of the Scots who survived Worcester ever returned home. Thousands of prisoners were “driven like cattle” to London. As one witness described the convoy, “all of them [were] stript, many of them cutt, some without stockings or shoes and scarce so much left upon them as to cover their nakedness, eating peas and handfuls of straw in their hands which they had pulled upon the fields as they passed.” At temporary prison camps in London and other cities, many prisoners died of starvation, disease and infection, while the Council of State debated what to do with the defeated multitudes. A thousand prisoners were put to work draining the fens in East Anglia; 1500 shipped out to the gold mines of Guinea; others were sent to labor in the Barbadoes and Virginia; and in November [1651], 272 Scots were herded aboard the John and Sara, bound for New England.[6]”

While most of the Worcester Scottish prisoners of war in New England arrived via the ship John & Sara, not all of the prisoners made it to the New World this way. Some came individually, as contracted labor.

Individual Contracts:
Gordon, Alexander – Individual Contract with Master John Cloise.

Passengers on the ‘John and Sara’:
This is a transcription of the list of passengers on the ship ‘John and Sara’ as printed in the New England Historical and Genealogical RegisterThese 272 men listed below were from the Battle of Worcester on 3 Sep 1651. They were all deported to Massachusetts Bay on 8 November 1651.

You can also see the list at Google Books:
Suffolk Deeds by Suffolk, Massachusetts, LIBER I. (Boston: Rockwell and Churchill, City Printers, No. 39 Arch Street. 1880.)

New England Historic and Genealogical “Register, 1:378–379. This list, dated at Gravesend, November 8, 1651, and other documents about the voyage, were filed in Boston with the Suffolk Recorder of Deeds several months after the John and Sara landed. The following is a complete list of the names:”

DSBAP = Directory of Scots Banished to the American Plantations by David Dobson c. 1983

I have alphabetized them for our convenience. ~Teresa

Two Hundred Seventy-Two Scottish prisoners of war were passengers on the ship, John & Sara:
Anderson, Alester – DSBAP
Anderson, David – DSBAP
Anderson, John – DSBAP
Anderson, William. Founding member of the Scots’ Charitable Society in 1657.
Banes, William.
Beames [Bemis?], William.
Beme, John.
Benne, James.
Bereere, Thomas.
Blacke, Daniel.
Boy, Robert.
Boye, John.
Boye, John.
Brounell, Henry.
Brow, John.
Buckanen [Buchanan?], John.
Bukanon [Buchanan?], David .
Camell [Campbell?], James.
Camell [Campbell?], Neile.
Cannell, John.
Carmackhell [Carmichael?], 
William.
Carter, Neile.
Clewston, William.
Coehon [Cowen/Cahoon?],  John.
Crag, John.
Cragon/Craggen, John.
Crockford, James.
Croome, John.
Crosshone, Patricke.
Curmickhell, John.
Dell, William.
Dengell, William.
Dengle, Edward.
Dulen [Dolen?], Edward.
Edminsteire, John.
English, James.
English, Patrick.
Farfason [Ferguson?], James.
Ffossem [Folsom?], Michael.
Ffressell/Fressell, Edward.
Ffressell/Fressell, William.
Gorden, James.
Gordon, Daniel.
Gordon, Laughleth .
Grant, John.
Graunt [Grant?], Alexander.
Graunt [Grant?], Alester.
Graunt [Grant?], Daniel.
Graunt [Grant?], James.
Graunt [Grant?], James.
Graunt [Grant?], James.
Graunt [Grant?], John.
Graunt [Grant?], John.
Graunt [Grant?], Patrick.
Graunt [Grant?], Thomas.
Graunt [Grant?], William.
Gunn, Daniel.
Gurdon [Gordon?], John.
Gurner, James.
Hame [Home/Hume?], George.
Hamilton, David.
Hamilton, James – DSBAP
Hamilton, Rory – DSBAP
Hanoman, JohnDSBAP
Harron, Patrick.
Hedericke, James.
Hidrecke, William.
Higben, Robert.
Hinne?, David.
Hogg, Daniel.
Hogg, John.
Hogg, John.
Hogg, John.
Hogg, Niele [Neil?].
How, Daniel.
Hudson, Daniel.
Hudson, John.
Hume, Alestre [Alastair?].
Hume, David.
Jackson, James.
Jackson, Richard.
Jackson, Walter.
Jacson [Jackson?], Patricke.
Jameson, David.
Jameson, Neile.
Jamnell, John.
Jeller, David.
Jenler, John.
Jenler, Robert.
Jerris, Andrew.
Jimson [Jameson?], Patrick. No Known Descendants
Johnson, Neile.
Jones, Patrick.
Kallender, David.
Kallender, James.
Kemper, Danell [Daniel?].
Lesten, Charles.
Lowe, Alester [Alastair?] .
Machy [MacKay?], Rory.
Mack___?, Henry.
Mackajne [MacCagney?], Daniell.
Mackajne, Daniel.
Mackajne, Neile.
Mackajne, Robert.
Mackajne, Samuel.
Mackajne, William.
Mackajne, William.
Mackalester [MacAlastair?], John.
Mackalinsten [MacAlaston?], Almister.
Mackally, James.
Mackandra, William.
Mackane [McKenney?], John 
Mackane, Patrick.
Mackannel, Daniel, [Daniel MacConnell in Directory of Scots…?].
Mackannel, _____?
Mackannell, William, [William MacConnell in Directory of Scots…?].
Mackcunnell, Sander, [Alexander MacConnell in Directory of Scots...?]
Mackcurnall, Cana, [Cana MacConnell in Directory of Scots…?]
Mackdonell [MacDonald?], John.
Mackdonell [MacDonald?], Sander, [Alexander?]
Mackennell [MacConnell?], Daniel,
Macken, William.
Mackendocke [MacKintock?], Daniell.
Mackenthow, John.
Macketh, David.
Macketh, Neile.
Mackey [MacKay?], Hugh.
Mackey [MacKay?], John.
Mackey, Sander. [Alexander?)
Mackfarson [MacPherson?], Origlais.
Mackfarson, Robert.
Mackfarson, _____?
Mackforsen [MacPherson?], John.
Mackhan [MacCann/Machen?], Daniell.
Mackhane [MacCain?], Robert.
Mackhatherne, Patricke.
Mackhele [MacHale?], Alester.
Mackhell, James.
Mackhellin [MacQuillan/McQuillan?], Daniel.
Mackhellin [MacQuillan?], John.
Mackhene [MacCain?], Alester.
Mackhoe, Daniel.
Mackholme, John, [John Maccolm in Directory of Scots…?]
Mackhome, David [David Maccolm in Directory of Scots…?]
Mackhone, Neile, [Neil Maccone in Directory of Scots…?]
Mackie [MacKay?], Hill.
Mackjlude [MacLeod?], Murtle.
Macklude [MacLeod?], John.
Macklyne [MacClain?], _____?
Mackneile [MacNeil?], Daniel.
Mackneile, James.
Mackneile [MacNeil?], Patrick.
Macknell [MacNeil?],  ___ster [Alaster?]
Macknell [MacNeil?], Daniel.
Macknester [MacMaster?], Allester.
Mackneth, Samell [Samuel?]
Macknith, Daniel.
Macknith, Daniel.
Macknith, Patrick.
Mackonne [MacOwen?], Senly.
Mackontoss [MacIntosh?], William.
Mackreith [MacCreith?], James.
Mackrore [MacRory?], Alestre.
Macktentha, Cana.
Macktomas [MacThomas?], Glester.
Macktreth, Patrick.
Mackwell [Maxwell?], Daniel.
Mackwilliam [MacWilliam?], Gellust.
Makalester [MacAlastair?], Daniel.
Mann, Daniel.
Mann, John.
Mann, Patrick.
Michell [Mitchell?], James.
Mickell [MacCale?], James.
Micknab [MacNab?], James.
Miller, Sander [Alexander?]
Milleson, Sander [Alexander]
Milward, David.
Milward, James.
Monlow [Munroe?], Daniel.
Monrow [Munroe?], Hugh.
Monrow, John.
Monrow, Robert
Monrow [Munroe?], (_____) [Probably William].
Montrosse, Laughlell.
Monwilliam, Daniel.
Monwilljam [Monwilliam?], David.
Moore, James.
More [Moore?], _____?
Morre [Moore?], John.
Morre [Moore?], John.
Morrot [Merritt?], Sannder [Alexander?]
Morton, Patrick.
Muckstore, Neile.
Munckrell, William.
Murrow,  James.
Murrow, John.
Murrow, John.
Murrow, Jonas.
Murrow, Neile.
Oneale [Irish spelling O’Neil?], Daniel.
Patterson, David.
Pattinson, James, Y-DNA Study
Punn, Edward.
Quenne [Quinn?], George.
Querne, Amos.
Rallendra, Alester.
Robertson, Patrick.
Robinson, Alester.
Robinson, Charles.
Robinson, Daniel, Y-DNA Study
Robinson, James.
Robinson, John.
Robinson, John.
Ross, Alester.
Ross, Daniel.
Ross, James.
Ross, James
.
Ross, Jonas.
Rosse [Ross?], David.
Rosse [Ross?], John.
Rosse [Ross?], John.
Rosse [Ross?], John.
Rowe, James.
Roye, Donald.
Russell, Simon.
Scott, John.
Sessor, Daniel.
Shenne, John.
Sherron, Ansell.
Shone, James.
Shuron, Dan.
Simson, [Simpson?], Alester [Alastair ?]
Simson, [Simpson?], Daniel.
Simson, [Simpson?], Daniel.
Simson, [Simpson?], David.
Simson, [Simpson?], Sander [Alexander?].
Salamon [Solomon Saint Claire?], Sinclare.
Smison [Simson?], Patrick.
Smith, Henry, NEHGSDSBAP
Sotherland [Sutherland?], Ansel.
Sotherland [Sutherland?], Patrick.
Sterling, David.
Sterling, John.
Stewart, Austin.
Stewart, Charles.
Stewart, Neile.
Stewart, Robert.
Stewart, William.
Teller, William.
Tenler, David.
Tiler [Taylor/Tyler?], Evan.
Tompson [Thompson?], Alexander.
Tooth [Toth?], Alester.
Tower, Patricke.
Wallis [Wallace?], Nicholas.
Wilson, Andrew.
Wilson, Christopher.
Wilson, John.
Wilson, John.
Woodall, John.
Woodell [Wattles?], John.
(_____), Allester.
(_____), Daniel.
(_____), Patricke.
(_____), Patricke.
(_____), P____?
(_____), ?
(_____), ?
(_____), ?

45 Responses to Battle of Worcester POWs in America

  1. I presume that the Daniel ——- is DIll or MacDill. Because I read that ht was on the John and Sara. Thanks, Mary Ellen Libby Aube

  2. Hi, Mary Ellen Libby Aube! I will add him as a Daniel Dill, would you send me a reference where it says he was on the John and Sara? Thanks!

  3. Leanne Ferguson says:

    Thank you for the list.

      • Katey Bean says:

        Thanks so much for collecting information about the POWs. I am descended from Alexander Thomson of Ipswich, MA, and my husband is descended from John Bean of Exeter, NH. Both were on the John & Sara. We didn’t realize the connection until just recently, but we’ve known each other for 27 years and been married for 14 of those years. What a funny coincidence! If you’d like information on Alexander, I would be happy to share what I have. My mother’s maiden name was Thompson, and I have traced her ancestry back to Alexander on her father’s side.

  4. I am still working on it. It is difficult to check it out as I no longer live in Maine. We moved to Tennessee 20 years ago. But I will keep trying. Mary Ellen

  5. Tara Cone Dooley says:

    I believe Daniel Mackhome may be Daniel Cone, born in 1626, died 1706 in Haddam, CT. I am the 10th generation from him. Looking for info about his parents. Suggestions are that they were McEwens displaced from Loch Fyne.

  6. I am a descendant of #35 — John Edminsteire… who’s name changed spelling when he arrived here. It is now Edminster.

  7. David Edwin Hill says:

    I am a descendent of John Craggen (spelled Cragun in this list) through his daughter Sarah, who married Francis Nurse (son of Rebecca Towne Nurse hung as a witch in Salem), and also a descendent of Robert Stuart (spelled Stewart in this list) though his son James. I understand that Robert was later quite wealthy after release from slavery, probably due to the wealth of Stuarts in Scotland.

  8. David Edwin Hill says:

    Yes, I have a lot of interest in learning more about John Craggen and his wife Sarah Dawes. There are some accounts that Sarah Dawes was the eldest daughter of William Dawes and Susanna Mills of Woburn MA, but these don’t make sense considering the fact that Sarah was indentured for 10 years beginning in 1651 at the age of 11 and had two children by another Scotsman (Daniel MacDonald Mecrest) before marrying John Craggen and having eight more children. Court records document her status and the fact that she was prosecuted each time that she became pregnant. It doesn’t make sense that Sarah’s parents would indenture their first child like this, and almost all records of their family do not list Sarah with the other children. This supports the alternative view, that Sarah Dawes was an undocumented stowaway on the ship ‘John & Sara’ at age 11, reputed to have refused to let John Craggen be thrown overboard when he was stricken with the pox during the voyage. John married her at the end of her indentured period, when she was 21, and adopted her two children by Daniel Mecrest. I’d like to learn more about Robert Stuart (Stewart) also.

    • Ann Getman says:

      I am a descendant of the daughter Sarah had with Daniel MacDonald Mecrest, Mary. I also am skeptical of the relationship between Sarah and William Dawes, for all the reasons you said so well. I would be interested in any further info you have on Sarah, and I’m still trying to pin down Daniel’s story. Alas, flexible spelling makes this difficult. ????

  9. I am a descendant of William Anderson, transported on the John and Sara, and among the original 1657 members. William made his way to New York with at least 3 adult sons (George, Isaac, and William) and became the Treasurer of New York from 1702-1706 (he died in office having been born in Aberdeenshire in 1623, the grandson of Sheriff Clerk William Anderson of Aberdeen).

  10. Terrance Anderson Filter says:

    By the way, I’ve been trying to figure out what other Andersons the above cited William may have been connected to in Aberdeenshire. The grandfather William the Sheriff Clerk is well documented as all the proceedings of the Sheriff’s court have been published and are available online for free. The sheriff clerks son George (the John and Sara’s Williams father, cf the History of the Society of Advocates of Aberdeen) was a lawyer and a Sheriff’s Deputy and may have been the George Anderson who was chamberlain to the Marquis of Huntly. The Sheriff Clerk was the son of a Robert Anderson who owned property near the Gallow Gate of Aberdeen, and he had sons named Alexander and William in addition to George. The proceedings of the Scots Parliament cite in 1643 or 44 as I recollect a number of Andersons in the employ of the commissary of the Marquis, including his “Commissary General”, in the context of their pillaging the territory for supplies for the militias that were skermishing during “the troubles”…the first names in the record had been obliterated…Grandfather William Sheriff Clerk was married to a Johnston of a cadet branch of the Caskieben Johnstons, and he was eulogized by the Latin poet Arthur Johnston (a Caskieben Johnston). The John and Sara William A was noted by genealogist Grenville Mackenzie in his document “Colonial Families of the Philipsburg Plantation” which is available through the Westchester County New York Historical Society. The John and Sara William appears in the records of the Dutch Reform Church of New Amsterdam in which he is called “from Scotland”, including his marriage to the widow of Anglican cleric Josias Clark who was born in 1622or 23 in England (note the Sheriff Clerk had been an Anglican “malignant” during the civil war suspected of “papistry”). The children of the John and Sara William also have mention in the Dutch records of the 1690’s (they begin by being spelled Andrieszen but morph into Anderson in the Dutch records), were married to Dutch women, and also make appearances in the New York city council minutes (the son William, married to the daughter of wealthy merchant and former mayor Nicholas Demeyer, was Sheriff of New York soon after the John and Sara William died). The John and Sara William and sons Isaac and William also appear in the History of Trinity Episcopal Church as contributors of money for the 1698 construction and subsequently members of the vestry. And both Williams appear in the 1703 census of New York.

  11. Patrick Arthur Patterson says:

    I descend from James Pattison #204 on the ship John & Sara list [later spelled Paterson/Patterson]. There is a fairly complete history of his life in Massachusets following his arrival there in 1651-1652. What I am looking for is information as to where in Scotland he came from. Are there any archives or databases available documenting this type of information?

    • Hi, Patrick! No, I am not aware of any databases or archives, that doesn’t mean they don’t exist though. One of the main reasons for this web/blog site is to bring the researcher/descendants together so we can all compare notes and thereby further our knowledge of the Scottish POWs as a whole and ultimately individually. I would love to add your name as a descendant/researcher for #204 James Pattison. Would you be willing to write up a short bio. of him to add to our pages? Teresa

      • Patrick Arthur Patterson says:

        Teresa, I would be very happy for you to list me as a descendant and researcher for James Pattison. In most of the Massachusetts records following his arrival in 1652 spell his name as Paterson and later generations spelled it Patterson. I will follow with a bio of James Pattison when I get back to my research computer. I should get it to you by tomorrow. Thanks for you help. Patrick Patterson

  12. Terrance Anderson Filter says:

    actually, it is a bit tedious and costs a bit of money,but quite a lot of info is available at scotlandspeople.gov.uk you can at least find everyone known of a certain age and name known to have been alive in Scotland at the right time, to enumerate the possibilities, and there are usually ways to find clues that eliminate some of them and make others more likely.

    • Jill Rudnitski says:

      I went to Edinburgh and went to a workshop at Scotland’s People- very reasonable, £5 if you don’t count getting to Edinburgh. I am a descendant of Daniel Cone who some think is the same person as Daniel Mackhoe, #142 on the list, but there has been nothing to link him. There was no surname Mackhoe in Edinburgh in 1626, the year Daniel Cone was supposedly born. There was one listing for a Mr. Machuchon who had a male child in 1626. That was all I could find there. Still nothing to link Daniel Cone to Daniel Mackhoe, but we tried. And it was great fun.

  13. Thanks, Terrance for helping out here. I have not used scotlanspeople.gov.uk yet.

  14. Patrick Arthur Patterson says:

    Thanks for he lead Terrance, much appreciated.

  15. Elizabeth says:

    Every once in a while ScotlandsPeople has free access credits. So far no luck for me but someone else may want to give it a try.

  16. George Bean says:

    I am a 10th generation descendent of #7 John Beme whose name was changed to John Bean (of Exeter) according to Bernie Bean’s research (1970) “The Life and Family of John Bean of Exeter and His Cousins”. Any additional info other than what is included in the book would be greatly appreciated. John Bean’s descendent David Bean built the Old Bean Tavern approx 1750 in Raymond, NH. It still exists today.

  17. Bonnie Armendariz says:

    I am a decendent of Abbie Emma McIntire (1895) who descended from Philip McIntire (1630).

  18. jabbajane says:

    I thought that I would find the name of Robert Abernethy/Abernathy on one of the lists of prisioners of either war, but didn’t. Do you know of an Abernethy that was captured after Worcester and sent to the colonies as an indentured servant? thanks for the list.

  19. Beside the names Mackalester and Makalester you have noted [MacAlastair?].

    Yes, both of these are regular early spellings of the name now spelt M(a)cAlastair, M(a)calister, M(a)cAllester, etc. They are all forms of the same name.

    The earliest Macalister immigrants to the new world of whom I have found record came as prisoners of war after Dunbar and/or Worcester. I wrote about them in my blog, Today in Macalister history (http://macalisterhistory.com/2011/12/07/thanks-but-cant-we-just-go-home/) and (http://macalisterhistory.com/2014/09/03/battle-of-worcester/).

  20. Mary Foster says:

    The Stewarts listed are my relatives, to Austin Stewart
    Can anyone help me figure which Stewart clan these Stewart came from in Scotland?
    My reason I am 65 year old and I want to make a trip to Scotland to visit their home area.
    Any help would be great.

  21. Virginia Crom Countryman says:

    Curious as to what became of John Croom. In some library research I read he was a pastor and being such was not forced into slave labor. My own family research leads me back only to our Reverend John Crom farming in Pennsylvania and Ohio with no definite information regarding his father other than a guess at a Dutch sailor during the 1600 period. The Crom name appears in various spellings across many countries. So again, wondering about this Scottish John Croom after leaving the John and Sara.

  22. Jason Cone says:

    Hi,

    I am a descendent from Daniel Mackhoe Cone. I am trying to find out more about him with little luck. Does anyone have any information?

  23. Maureen Ross Franz says:

    I am a descendant of James Rosse(Ross) Diane Rapaport sites him in her book<"The Naked Quaker". It was interesting to find that the Master he struck(John Rudducke of Sudbury) and Thomas Goodenow were neighboring farmers. It was Goodenow's daughter, Mary who was impregnated by James and then later married. The two neighbors moved further West and Thomas left his farm to James & Mary Ross.

  24. Danyelle Robinson says:

    #214 James Robison, #215 and 216 John Robison… First question did the original list have two John Robison’s ? Cousins? My Robison line has gone as far as James Robbeson b. 1687. It seems likely that one of the Robison’s aboard the John & Sara might be my ancestors grandfather. We know that the original prisoner list spells the name “Robson” and that the suffix -son came from the rightful King Charles whom they fought for. We also know that King Charles was aboard the POW ship and it was there he changed his last name to avoid ill will towards him as representative of the crown. Anyone else have a Robison, Robson, Robberson, Robertson, Robinson.

    • Sandra A. Andrews says:

      I have 2 Robbins lines – William Robbins was in Reading, Mass by 1680. He was married to Priscilla Gowing. Her parents were Robert Gowing and Elizabeth Brook……no other information on them. Do you think there may be a connection? I go though his son Ebenezer Robbins, who was born in Walpole, Mass. He 1st married Mary Fales, and 2nd Experience Holmes. I have lines though both of his wives.

  25. Norma Houston says:

    There seem to be lots of Stewarts on both ships. Are there a large number of them compared to other surnames? Or is that just because I am looking for them?

  26. Heidi Thibodeau says:

    This list is interesting – I noticed two men who may be Campbells. I’ve run into a brick wall with my ancestor Robert Campbell, who was born around 1708 and lived in Groton and then Townsend, Massachusetts. I wonder if he might have been a descendant of one of these men?

  27. Sandra A. Andrews says:

    I keep looking for John Munroe, so I can post my information. But I have not found him yet, so I’m going to post it here.

    Munroe, John ~ 1652 ~ of Scotland ~ Scottish prisoner captured at the Battle of Worcester; transported to the colonies on the “John and Sarah,” 1651/2. Arrived in Boston in February, 1652. According to “The Scots In Unity” the prisoners on the “John and Sarah” were captured at the Battle of Worcester. There are four Munroe’s listed as prisoners aboard the “John and Sarah”. Robert, John, Hugh and the first name of the fourth is too torn to read, but is believed to be William.
    John accompanied Constant Southworth on January 28, 1674, as one of the witnesses to the land deed between Southworth and the Indian Squaw Sachem Awashunks for the land at Sakonnet (Little Compton). By 1688/9, John had moved to Bristol, RI, which was founded in 1680 on the land (Mt. Hope) which had been King Philip’s territory before the war. He died before November 10, 1691 in Bristol, RI, His wife Sarah____ died after February 1, 1692 or 93. All 10 children named in “Articles of Agreement,” dated 1 Feb. 1692/3, between Sarah Munroe, relict of John Munroe, and her 6 older children. Information supplied by Roger Joslyn of NEHGS. ~ Sandra Andrews
    Here are my first 6 generations:
    1. John Munroe b_____ Scotland d Before November 10, 1691 Bristol, Rhode Island m Sarah_____ d After February 1, 1692/93
    2. Benjamin Munroe b About 1678 Bristol, Rhode Island d Before August 7, 1732 Prob. Swansea, Mass; m (1) December 3, 1713 Scituate, Mass Mary Josselyn b January 22, 1685 Scituate, Mass d Before May 15, 1723; [m (2) May 15, 1723 Swansea, Mass Ann Mason]
    3. Shuble Munroe b January 2, 1719/20 Bristol, Rhode Island d June 14, 1795; m November 10, 1742 Mary Josselyn b About 1724 d April 27, 1815
    4. Lucy Josselyn Munroe b September 13, 1755 Hanover, Mass d March 25, 1827 Prob. Appleton, Maine m; November 18, 1777 Joseph Waterman b November 12, 1750 Middleboro, Mass d March 7, 1839 Knox Co., Maine
    5. Rebecca Waterman b July 10, 1784 d November 28, 1874; m December 21, 1806 Camden, Maine George Ulmer, Jr. b December 28, 1783 Waldoboro, Maine d August 27, 1818 Hope, Knox, Maine
    6. Martin Ulmer b November 27, 1821 Appleton, Maine d April 15, 1909 Sullivan, Maine; m May 20, 1848 Mary J. Stevens b November 11, 1826 d June 19, 1906 Sullivan, Maine

    Thank you.

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