Hey Judy Davison in Georgia,
This is from the book "History of the Town of Henniker NH 1735-1880".
I will start with Alexander's GGrandfather and work up
John Thing Connor, son of Capt. Jonathan Connor, was b. in Exeter; July 16 1745; md. Susannah Kimball, of Exeter; resided in Hopkinton a short time; came to this town and settled where his granson, A.D.L. F. Connor, now resides. He was a soldier in the Revolution, and the powder-horn used by him is in the possession of his grandson, John K. Connor; upon a post in his old barn many a couple were "posted" previous to their marriage. He d. June 20, 1808; his wife d. Sept. 13, 1822. The following is a copy of his discharge:
"Corp. Jn. Thing Connor, Soldier of the first N. Hampshire Reg. Formerly an Inhabatant of Hopkinton County of Hillsborough, and state of N. Hampshire having honourably and faithfully served three years in the service of the United States, being the term of his Inlistment is hearby discharged from the army and is permitted to return to the State of N. Hampshire.Jo. Cilley, Col.
"To whom it may Concern
"Camp Danbury, April 5th 1780."
Mehitable, b. April 13, 1770
George, b. Aug. 9, 1773
Anna, b. July 9, 1775
John, b. Sept. 28, 1779
ABEL, b. Nov. 23, 1782
ABEL Connor, md., first wife, April 26, 1808, Hannah, dau. of Alexander and Lois Whitney, of this town, who d. Nov. 23, 1828; he m., second wife, Martha Greeley, of Hopkinton, who d. Nov. 10, 1831; he md., third wife, May 2, 1833, Mary L. Nichols, of Hopkinton, who is still living. Mr. Connor was many years collector of taxes, and often served upon important committees of the town; he was exact in his requirements, prompt in the discharge of every duty, upright in character, with his "word as good as his bond." He was one of the very first in this vicinity to carry the raising of grafted fruit to a success. This result, with his arguments, inspired others to a like diligence; and thus the foundations were laid for the many flourishing orchards with which the town abounds. He was formost in every good word and work. He d. Oct. 20, 1854.
Hannah, b. Jan. 18, 1809; d. Feb. 9, 1809
John Thing, b. Dec. 9, 1809; d. June 20, 1816
Liva, b. June 26, 1811; md. Solomon Heath, of Bow; four children.
Eliza, b. April 25, 1813; d. Sept. 18, 1838
ALEXANDER W., b. Feb. 6, 1815
Alvira, b. Jan. 8, 1817; md. John M. Foss, of Hopkinton; three children.
Eunice C., b. Nov. 25, 1818; md. E.P. Leach; resides in De Witt, Iowa; two children.
John K., B. June 6, 1820
Hannah C., b. March 11, 1822; md. P.C. Flanders, Hopkinton. Three children.
Abel D.L.F., b. April 16, 1824
ALEXANDER W. Conner, md. March 25, 1845, Harriet Spofford, of Barnet, VT.; has been superintendent of schools and one of the selectmen of the town; was a very successful teacher in this state, in New York, and in New Jersey, where he taught at one time.
Levi S., B. May 11, 1850; md., Dec. 27, 1876, Abba L. Taylor.
Sarah E., b. Dec. 2, 1854; md. Ephraim Goss.
John W., b. Jan. 20, 1857
Walter A., b. Aug. 6, 1863
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