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BENJAMIN PERKINS

Benjamin Perkins b.1746 Hampton Falls, NH. Son of (Joseph & Elizabeth (Dow) Perkins - Benjamin, Caleb, Isaac of Hampton, NH).  His wife ABIGAIL (PERKINS). They were listed on the 1790 Census at Wakefield, NH.

Their known children were:

1. John Perkins b.1767 Wakefield, NH m. _______ (Kenniston)
         
1a. David Kenniston Perkins b.1797 NH m. Margaret (Runnels)
2. Benjamin Perkins b.1774 NH d. m. Ruth (Worthen)
3. William Perkins b. ?
4. David Perkins b. ?
5. Isaiah\Josiah Perkins b. ?
6. Joseph Perkins b. ?
7. Caleb Perkins b. ?
8. Bradbury Perkins b. ?
9. Ruth Perkins b. ?

Source: Encyclopedia of Massachusetts, biographical--genealogical; (1916) Volume 4 -By: William Richard Cutter s

 

BENJAMIN PERKINS

Benjamin Perkins b.1774 NH. Son of (Benjamin & Abigail (Perkins) Perkins - Joseph, Benjamin, Caleb, Isaac of Hampton, NH). His wife RUTH (WORTHEN). They resided at Wakefield, NH.

Their known children were:

1. Joseph Perkins b.1804 NH d.1842 NH m. Susan (Colby)
2. Enoch Perkins b. ? NH
3. Mary Perkins b. ? NH
4. Lydia Perkins b. ? NH
5. Ruth Perkins b. ? NH

Source: Encyclopedia of Massachusetts, biographical--genealogical; (1916) Volume 4-By: William Richard Cutter

 

JOSHUA PERKINS
Joshua Perkins Jr. b.1735 d.1819 NH. Son of (Joshua & Dorothy (Philbrick) Perkins).  His wife MARTHA (BUNKER). Then were listed on the 1790 Census at Dover, Strafford Co., NH

Their known children were:

1. William Perkins b.1770 NH d.1827 NH m. Nancy _________
2**.James Perkins b.1772 NH d.1823 NH

 

 

JAMES PERKINS
James Perkins b. ca 1760 NH. Son of either (John & _____ (Kensinton) Perkins or **JOSHUA & MARTHA (BUNKER) PERKINS). His wife LUCY (WILDER). They came from Dover, Strafford Co., NH to Lancaster Coos Co., NH in 1800. He soon after returned to Dover, NH. He traded his house in Lancaster, NH to his brother Daniel Perkins. They had a total of 10 children.

Their known children were:

1. William Wilder Perkins b.1812 NH m. Harriet Newell (Thurston)
2. James A. Perkins b. ? NH
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Source: History of Coos Co., NH - 1888

 

DANIEL PERKINS
Daniel Perkins b.1761 NH d. 1873 NH. Son of (John & _____ (Kensinton) Perkins). His wife is Unknown. He removed from Wakefield, Strafford Co. (Now Carroll, Co.), NH to Lancaster, Coos Co., NH in 1805 and opened a shop.

His known children were:

1. Adeline Perkins b. ca.1800 NH m. Allen Smith 

Source: History of Coos Co., NH - 1888

 

ABRAHAM PERKINS
Abraham Perkins b.1730's NH d.1804 NH. Son of (Matthew & Mary (Unknown) Perkins, who m. 2nd. James Gerrish). His wife MARY (SANBORN) FOGG. His father died when he was very young and his mother remarried and moved to Berwick, ME. He returned in 1774 to Sanbornton, Strafford Co., NH and is listed on the 1790 Census there.

His known children were:

1. Anna Perkins b.1758 ME m. Philip Hunt
2. Jonathan Perkins b.1760 ME
3. Esther J. Perkins b.1762 ME m. Jonathan Morrison
4. Ruth Perkins b.1764 ME m. Jacob Thomas
5. Meribah F. Perkins b.1766 ME m. Nathan Hoyt
6. Lydia Perkins b.1768 ME m. John D. Sanborn
7. Theodate Perkins b.1770 ME m. Samuel Sanborn
8. Matthew Perkins b.1772 ME d.1793 at Sea
9. Mary B. Perkins b.1774 NH d.1775 NH

*Rev. War Soldier
Source: History of Sanbornton, New Hampshire, Volume 2 -  
By Moses Thurston Runnels

 

DAVID K. PERKINS
David K. Perkins b. 1797 NH. His wife MARGARET (RUNNELS). They resided in Middleton and New Durham, Strafford Co., NH.

Their known children were:

1. Nathaniel Perkins b. ? NH
2. Samuel R. Perkins b. ? NH
3. Mary Ann Perkins b. ? NH
4. Manassah Perkins b. ? NH
5. Nathan R. Perkins b. 1828 NH m. Elizabeth C. Hicks      
*Removed to Coos Co., NH
6. William Dana Perkins b. 1831 NH     
*Removed to Placer Co., California
7. Joan Perkins b. ? NH
8. David Perkins b. ? NH

Source: Biographical Sketch of Nathan R. Perkins -  History of Coos Co., NH - 1888
Source: Biographical Sketch of William Dana Perkins - History of Placer county, California; with illustrations and biographical sketches of its prominent men and pioneers. Published

 

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