__ _Andrew ANDERSON __| | |__ | |--Ann E. ANDERSON | | __ |_Nancy (ANDERSON) _| |__
!DEATH: Conflict regarding the year of death. Record shows p.289 to be Mar 28,
1878. Records of St. John's Church, Portsmouth, NH 1795-1884, P 929 REC n.d.
She was 52 years old at the time of her death.
!DEATH: St Johns Church Records, Portsmouth, NH. OBIT. Portsmouth, NH DAILY
CHRONICLE, 29 Mar 1879.
 !BURIAL: Tarlton lot, South Cemetery, Portsmouth, NH.
 !MARRIAGE: See information listed on husband.
!BIRTH: Calculated from Fr US CENSUS RECORDS, 1850, 1860, & 1870. US FEDERAL
RECORDS for those years show that she was born in NH. PORTSMOUTH, NH-VR, CITY
ANNUAL REPORT, 1894, Deaths, shows that she was born in Portsmouth, NH, when
she was reported as mother of Carrie E. Morgan. GS, lists that she was 52 yr, 6
mo when she died.
!COMMENT: According to Louise Hurley Parker, 2 APR 1994, her great aunt Adeline
ANDERSON, a maiden lady, lived on Austin Street accross from Catholic convent.
Louise remembers visiting her there as a child.
__ _Denis BENARD ___| | |__ | |--Marguerite BENARD | | __ |_Marie MICHELET _| |__
!BIRTH-ORIGIN-DEATH-BURIAL-CENSUS-COMMENT: Rene Jette, "Dictionnaire
Genealogique des Familles du Quebec", 1983, University of Montreal, Page 699.
She was from St-Clement de Chatre-Sous-Montlery (near Arpajon), ar. Palaiseau,
Ile-de-France (Essone), France. She was said to be 74 years at her death. She
was listed in the 1667 recording as being 39 years and living in Beaupre. She
was listed in 1681 as being on the Ile d'Orleans and being 50 years.
__ __| | |__ | |--Jacques BOUCHER | | __ |__| |__
!DEATH-COMMENT-ORIGIN: Renee Jette, "Dictionnaire Genealogique des Familles du
Quebec" 1983, University of Montreal, Page 136.
Residing in Sainte Langlis parish, Mortagne diocese, France. He was a wood
joiner or carpenter.
__ _Quatrin BOUCHER _| | |__ | |--Jean BOUCHER | | __ |_Jeanne DENIS ____| |__
!BIRTH-DEATH-MARRIAGE-ORIGIN-CENSUS: Renee Jette, "Dictionnaire Genealogique des
Familles du Quebec" 1983, University of Montreal, Page 137.
He was from St-Etienne de Chaix, ar. Fontenay-le-Comte, ev. Maillezais, Poitou
(Vendee), France. He answered that he was 31 at the 1681 recording, and was
living at Beaupre.
__ __| | |__ | |--Genevieve FRECHETTE | | __ |__| |__
_______________________ _Harold HALCOME ___| | |_______________________ | |--Stephanie HALCOME | | _G. Chester MCWHERTER _ |_Yvonne MCWHERTER _| |_Zela Mai BRUNDIGE ____+
_Jonathan LAIN __ _Joseph LAIN __________| | |_Sarah BRUNDAGE _+ | |--Robert Emmet LAIN | | _________________ |_Eliza Tryon THOMPSON _| |_________________
_Ignace LAMBERT ____+ _Fabien LAMBERT _________| | |_Catherine COUTURE _ | |--Edouard LAMBERT | | ____________________ |_Marie Seraphine DEMERS _| |____________________
_Pierre NOEL ________ _Francois NOEL __| | |_Eilsabeth AUGUSTIN _ | |--Philippe NOEL | | _Nicolas LEGRAND ____ |_Nicole LEGRAND _| |_Anne DUPLESSIS _____
!BIRTH-BAPTISM-MARRIAGE: Renee Jette, "Dictionnaire Genealogique des Familles du
Quebec" 1983, University of Montreal, Page 850.
__ _Raymond "de_Quercy" PAGE _| | |__ | |--Suzanne PAGE | | __ |_Madoline BERGERON ________| |__
!DEATH-BURIAL: Renee Jette, "Dictionnaire Genealogique des Familles du Quebec"
1983, Publ. University of Montreal, Page 273.
_Herbert E. PHILBRICK ______+ _Guy E. PHILBRICK ____| | |_Ida Florence MARDEN _______+ | |--Herbert Arthur PHILBRICK | | _Herman Augustus SHAPLEIGH _+ |_Alice May SHAPLEIGH _| |_Mary Emma BROWN ___________+
 !BIRTH: Herb was born in Somerville, MA.
!COMMENT: Herb was born in the Boston area and spent the early years
of his life in Somerville, MA. Many of his relatives were from Rye Beach,
NH, and he spent summers of his young life there. He considered himself
a Rye Beach native. He worked in Boston as a teen and in the
theater district. He gained much noteriety during the 1950's and 1960's
when led the lifestyle of a spy for the FBI and infiltrated the Communist
Party of the US, and was the key witness during the prosecution of 9
of the country's top Communist leaders. He wrote a bestselling book
about his life and there was a TV show about his life in the 50's called
"I Led Three Lives". One of the most popular shows on television.
He was a decorated reporter for the Hampton Union for many years and
retired to spend more time on Constructive Action, a Communist
Watchdog Group that he ran. He was formerly a sindicated columnist for the New
York Herald Tribune, and served as short time as a radio host.
!DEATH-BURIAL: Herb passed at 5PM in his home in North Hampton, after a short
bout with cancer. He was buried at the Rye Central Cemetary in Rye Center, NH.
Funeral Services were conducted by Buckminster Chapel in Portsmouth, NH. Paster
John Pevrett of Screven Memorial Baptist Church of Portsmouth, and Dr. B. Ross
Morrisson of Weaton, MD spoke during the services. St. James Lodge of Hampton
held a memorial Masonic service in Portsmouth for Herb.
_William SEAVEY _ _William SEAVEY _| | |_________________ | |--Hepzibah SEAVEY | | _________________ |_Hannah _____ ___| |_________________
_Lieut. John SHAPLEIGH _+ _Capt. John SHAPLEIGH _| | |_Sarah WITHERS _________ | |--Col. John SHAPLEIGH | | ________________________ |_Dorcas LITTLEFIELD ___| |________________________
!BIRTH-MARRAIGE-DEATH-SOURCE: "Shapleigh Family", by Gustav Anjou published 1919
Anundsen Publishing Co., 1987, Portsmouth Public Library, Portsmouth, NH. Pg.
257. He died of Small Pox in his middle ages.
_Capt. John SHAPLEIGH ____+ _Capt. Dependence SHAPLEIGH _| | |_Dorcas LITTLEFIELD ______ | |--Tobias SHAPLEIGH | | _Deacon William LEIGHTON _+ |_Katherine LEIGHTON _________| |_Mary BANE _______________+
!BIRTH-SOURCE: "Shapleigh Family", by Gustav Anjou published 1919 Anundsen
Publishing Co., Page 269. Portsmouth Public Library, Portsmouth, NH.
_Coleman Potts SMITH _+ _W. H. SMITH ____| | |_Mary Omaiza MULLINS _ | |--Elbridge SMITH | | ______________________ |_Loretta THOMAS _| |______________________