Hello, First, I must tell you I am a lazy researcher.Have you written to email@example.com Patty has published quite a few books, and is a terrific Cargill researcher. To answer your questions about David Cargill, Jr. of Cumberland, he is the illegitimate son of David Cargill, who gave him his name and Jr.His mother was Briah Wilmarth - who I know nothing about.This is the line as I have it. 1.David Cargill, Jr., bn. April 1782, Cumberland, R.I. - married - Hannah Whiting, 11 June 1808, Wrentham by Rev. Mr. Fiske.Died:22 Dec. 1858, Plainville, Mass. Buried cemetery Plainville, Mass. David was recorded to be a stonecutter. 2.Father:David Cargill, bn. 2 May 1765, Cumberland, R.I. - married - Thankful White [not my line] unmarried mother:Briah Wilmarth - no information. 3.James Cargill, bn. 27 Feb. 1732, S. Kingstown, R. I. - m - Dorcas Arnold, 7 Dec. 1752, Smithfield, R. I. 4.James Cargill, bn. 1687, Aghadowery Co. Londonderry, No. Ireland - m - Phebe Smith, 1725, Pautauxet, R. I.
As being a lazy researcher, I have not been to New England, and live on the west coast.So have not gotten to first hand court records etc.Wishing you and yours a great Fall ahead.By the way *** why do you ask for this line?
Reference: "Scotch Irish Pioneers in Ulster and America" by Charles Knowles Bolton.