From the Whitten book
2140. EZEKIEL TRUE-7 (JONATHAN-6-5, ABNER-4-3, SETH-2, SAMUEL-1)
b. June 26,1809, Pittsfield, N.H.; d. June 5,186$, Lewiston, Me.; m.lst,
Nov.30,1834, Ann True Gilman of Liberty, Me., b. 1810, d. July 7,1842, age
32, Limington, Me.
m.2nd, Dec.2/22.1843,(Mrs.?) Eunice B. Stevens of Limington, Me., b. 1815,
d. Oct.15)1848, Montville, Me. (m.int. listed in Montville and Limington,
m.3rd, May 31j85h Albion, Me., Rosalie Stratton, b. May 31,1823, Albion,
Me., d. May 22,1908, Montville, Me., dau. of Ebenezer and Prudence (White)
The names and dates for the wives were gotten from town records, grave stones in
So. Montville, Me. and from the Charles Randall family. They had a handwritten
manuscript or genealogy with personal recollections of families in So. Montville
written by the lady who wrote the Randall family history in the libraries.
The Randall, True and Fogg families lived close to eachother. In 1850, Ann Marilla
and Moses were living with the John Randall family (#2142) and Rev. Fogg and Ezra
were living at home. Ezra also lived with his Uncle Jonathan in 1850.
Rev. Fogg was a Free Baptist minister and preached in 1831 and licensed Dec.l4,
1838 by the Montville Quarterly Mtg. He preached in W. Gardiner and Gardiner,
Me. in 1854, and was a strong anti-slavery and anti-liquor advocate.
Res: So. Montville and Liberty, Me.
3618. MOSES-8 b. 1838; d. Aug.21,1859, age 21, Shanghai. He fell
from the deck of his ship into the hold and died
one week later. The Capt. said he received the
best of attention and was buried in Shanghai.
3619. ANN MARILLA-8 b. 1836; d. June 15,1870, Lewiston, Me., age 34.
3620. EZRA-8 b. Sept.27,1840, Montville, Me. (He apparently
changed his name to JAMES EZRA when he went
west for no records show the James.)