Ninth Great-Grandparents John and Mary (Tuttle) Wallingford

John Wallingford was the third child (and the second named John!) of Nicolas Wallington* and Sarah Travers.  He was born in Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts on April 7, 1659.

John married Mary Tuttle (daughter of John Tuttle and Mary _______) on December 6, 1687 in Dover, Strafford County, New Hampshire.  Though married in New Hampshire, it appears that they remained in Essex County, Massachusetts.

Their children were:

  • John, born December 14, 1688; married Charity _______; died between October 16, 1761 and January 27, 1762
  • Nicholas, born October 28, 1691; married Rachel _______; died between 1715 and April 14, 1719
  • Sarah, born December 29, 1693; married Joshua Roberts
  • Ebenezer, born September 30, 1695; never married; died between August 19 and September 6, 1721
  • Thomas, born July 28, 1697 in Bradford, Essex County, Massachusetts; married Margaret Clements, 1717; died August 4, 1771 in Portsmouth, Rockingham County, New Hampshire
  • Judith, born March 16, 1699
  • Abigail, born September 27, 1702

John spent some time in the Essex North Regiment in 1690, but I don’t know if he ever participated in battle.

Abraham Adams House, built circa 1705-1707, contemporary to when the Wallingfords lived in Newbury. Courtesy Wikipedia.

There is an empty probate packet in Essex County, Massachusetts dated April 4, 1709.  I don’t know if this is John’s death date or will date, but I’m sure he died sometime around then. 

*For some unknown reason, John began to use the surname Wallingford.

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Honor Roll Project: Norwalk, CT – World War I (part 6)

In recognition of those who have served our country in the military, Heather Wilkinson Rojo of the Nutfield Genealogy blog started the Honor Roll Project. It’s an opportunity to publicly document the names on military memorials around the world, thus making them easily searchable on the internet for people who are looking for them!

WWI Memorial on the Norwalk Green. Author’s collection.

This is a continuation of the names on the World War I memorial on the green in Norwalk, CT; Previous posts are as follows:

Below is the sixth panel and its transcription.

World War I Memorial. Norwalk, CT. Author’s collection.

1917 – THE WORLD WAR – 1919

McSALLY EDWARD L. MOORE DAVID NEWELL WILLIAM ORICO GIOVANNI PHILIPPOPULOS THEMIS
McSALLY JAMES MOORE FRED H. NICASTRO ANTHONY ORGOVAN FRANK PICKERING CHARLES T.
MEEHAN HOWARD A. MOORE FRED M. NICHOLS CHARLES P. OSBORNE FRANK H. PILON HARRY
MEEHAN HOWARD WEBSTER MOORE THOMAS F. NICKERSON LESTER H. OSBORNE LEWIS CLARKE PINKNEY WILLIAM JR.
MEEKER CHESTER P. MORGAN WILLIAM NIELSEN LOREN E. OSSI EDWARD PISACRETA GUISEPPE
MEEKER HOWARD J. MORGANTI JOHN S NOCERO MAURO OSTERBANKS ROYAL E. PLAITANO CARMINE
MEEKER JOHN B. MORIARTY MICHAEL E. NOONAN WILLIAM OSWALD HENRY A. PLATT GEORGE HOWARD
MEEKER WILLIAM F. MORITZ CARL A. NORRIS RICHARD T. JR. OUELLETTE ALFRED J. PLATT ROLAND A.
MERCER PAUL O. MORITZ ERNEST NOVIELLO JOHN PLUNKETT JOHN HENRY
MEREDITH WILLIAM H. MORRELL FRANK E. NUTTING ALFRED R. PLUNKETT RICHARD F.
MERRIAM ARCHIBALD MORRISON FREDERICK J. M.D.

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PLUNKETT WILLIAM F.
MERRIAM PHILIP M. MORROW WILLIAM H. PALADINO JAMES PODZELNI RICHARD
MERRIFIELD ROY

MORTON JOHN

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PALASTRO ALEXANDER POHLMAN CHARLES L.
MERRITT EDWARD S. MOSES ALAN M. OAKES FREDERICK C. PALINKAS PAUL J. POLLAK ERWIN
MERRITT WALTER W. MOSHER NELSON H. OAMULINSKI JOSEPH PANTALLO GIACOMO POLLEY JUDSON J.
MERRITT WALTON MOSSMAN ALBERT N. OBERLANDER HARRY W. PAQUA ANTONIO POLLEY SAMUEL C.
MICHEGAN MIRAN MOTT JOHN EDGAR O’BRIEN EDWARD PAQUA JAMES POWELL DONALD A.
MIDDLETON FRANK A. MORRISON ARTHUR H. O’BRIEN EDWARD J. PARIS MAXWELL H. POWELL NELSON W.
MIDDLETON FRANK A. JR. MUGAVERO EDWARD M. O’BRIEN WILLIAM D. PARKINSON HENRY F. PRATT CHARLES
MILBURN RICHARD MULLINGS ROBERT M. O’BRIEN WILLIAM J. PASKO JOHN PREMRU KRISTJIAN
MILLARD JOSEPH J. MULQUEEN GEORGE J. O’CONNOR JOHN A. PASSAFIUME VINCENZO PREUSSER CHARLES F.
MILLGER JOHN MULVEY ROBERT EDWARD O’CONNOR SHERMAN E. PASSAFUME ANTONIO PRICE CONRAD C.
MILLER EDWARD H. MULVIHILL DANIEL F. ODELL WILLIAM H. JR. PASSAFUME JAMES PRICE HERBERT
MILLER ERIC H. MULVOY ANTHONY JAMES O’GRADY HUGH PATTERSON WILLIAM PRICE JOHN
MILLER JOHN J. MUREN G. MORGAN M.D. O’GRADY WILLIAM B. PAUL ERNEST R. PRICE THOMAS
MILLER PERCY MURPHY CHARLES A. O’HARA CLIFFORD J. PAUL LAWRENCE PRICE WILLIAM
MILLS CLARENCE W. MURPHY EDGAR G. O’HARA WILLIAM H. PAULINE PETER A. PSYHOJOS GEORGE
MILLS RUSSELL S. MURPHY FEDERICK P. OLEAN JOHN A. PEARSON ALBERT G. PULCINO GIOVANNI
MILLS STANLEY A. MUTH THEODORE J. OLEAN JOHN A. PEDEN THOMAS J. PURDY LEROY MEAD
MILNE WILLIAM C. OLEAN JULIUS A. PEET WILLIAM F.
MISERENDINA BAGILIO OLEAN MICHAEL P. PELHAM GEORGE J.
MISERENDINA SANTI

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OLIVER ROBERT B. PENNELL ALOYSIUS W.
MISKY STANLEY NADIN HOWARD N. OLMSTEAD FRANK

PENNY LOUIS A.

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MISLENSKI TONY E. NASH DOUGLAS E. OLMSTEAD HARRY F. PEPITONE GIACOMO QUAGLIONE PASQUALE
MONKLEY GEORGE NATHAN JACOB O’NEILL EUGENE A. PERDUE ROBERT E. M.D. QUITTNER JOSEPH
MOELLER JOSEPH M. NATTEFORD BERNARD M. O’NEILL JAMES P. PERKINS EUGENE F. QUINTARD JOHN H.
MOFFETT CHARLES NEGUS THOMAS S. O’NEILL JOHN P. PERKINS MURRIE A.
MOHR CHARLES H. NEILSEN JOHN W. O’NEILL JOSEPH C. PERKINS WILLIAM A.
MONAGHAN JAMES NESLINE ALFRED JAMES O’NEILL TIMOTHY J.

PERRY ANDREW B.

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MONAGHAN JOHN T. MESTOR MANUAL OLSEN WILLIAM PERSCHINO JOHN F. RACANELLI MICHAEL F.
MONTGOMERY GEORGE E. NEVAS BERNARD AARON OLSON HILDON O. PESAK JOSEPH W. RACKETT MERSON
MONTGOMERY HOWARD A. NEVAS NATHAN OLSON WILLIAM F. PETRAKIS JOHN L. RADFAN EDWARD A.

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