The folk below seem to be your ancestors.I have copied and pasted a few generations from the Phyllis Whitten book I mentioned in a previous post. http://www.genealogyforum.com/messages/genbbs.cgi/New/20849http://www.genealogyforum.com/messages/genbbs.cgi/New/20849The CD has a PDF file image of the original typewritten manuscript.I have tried to clean up the OCR errors, but some may remain.I have left out all the brothers and sisters, who are quite numerous in all generations except the most recent.And I haven't taken you back the last four generations to the original immigrant ancestor Samuel Fogg.I do suggest that you invest $30 in the CD.
6884. JAMES LE ROY-11
b. May 2,1945, Barstow, Cal.;
m. July 30,1968, Glenview, Ill., Clara Aughinbaugh, b. Sept. 10, 1950. Res: Wauconda, Ill.
6086. DONALD LEROY-10 (CLARENCE F.-9, MELVIN A. -8, ELIAS H.-7, JOHN-6, STEPHEN-5-4, JAMES-3-2, SAMUEL-1 )
b. Mar. 14, 1922, Wilmot, N.H.;
m. July 23,1943, Milwaukee, Wise., Shirley Agnes Feind, b. Feb. 2, 1922, Tomahawk, Wisc., dau. of Henry Gustav and Agnes (Pafvek) Feind.
Donald was a Capt. in the U.S. Marine Corps, now retired. Res: Tomahawk, Wisc..
5050. CLARENCE FRANCIS-9 (MELVIN A.-8, ELIAS H.-7, JOHN-6,,..STEPHEN-5-4, JAMES-3, JAMES-2, SAMUEL-1)
b. July 9,1887, Lowell, Ms.;
d. Feb.1950/51, Barstow, Cal.;
m. 1st, Feb. 4, ____ , Winchester, Mass., Pearl Easter Knowlton, b. Apr.1,1888, Charlestown, Ms., dau. of Edwin Henry and Josephine (Elmore) Knowlton. Pearl lives in Lockport, N.Y. - 1971.
m.2nd, Rhoda Clara Nielsen/Nielson, b. Mar.4,1911, Cleveland, Idaho, d. Sept.9,1940, Deer Lodge, Mont., dau. of Alma and Clara Nielsen. Rhoda m.2nd, William Barrett
m.3rd, Zelda Effie Harmon.
Clarence was a telephone operator in 1908; a yard brakeman for B&M RR in 1917; and an Elder in the Mormon Church. (See will of Warren M. Fogg)"
3864. MELVIN AUGUSTUS-8 (ELIAS H.-7, JOHN W.-6, STEPHEN-5-4, JAMES-3-2,SAMUEL-1 )
b. Oct.21,1864, Portsmouth, N.H.;
d. Mar.18,1946, Trenton, N.J.;
m.lst, Aug.1,1886, Sandwich, N.H., Minnie Huntress Frye,b. Dec.1868, Sandwich,NH, d. 1947, Winchester, Ms., dau. of Nathaniel and Eliza Frye.
m.2nd, Feb.16,1920, Trenton, N.J., Mrs. Maria B. (Atkinson) Butterfield, b. Sept.10,1864, Bradford, England, d. Dec. 26,1925, Trenton, N.J., dau. of James and Betty (Stansfield) Atkinson of England.
m.3rd, Mary Tyson, b. Dec.8,1876, New Hope, Pa., d. Oct.24,1946, Hamilton, N.J., dau. of Julius B. (b.Germany) and Margaret (Niblie) Tyson (b.Pa.)
Melvin was a real estate broker and developer. Res: Winchester and Lowell, Ms.
2350. ELIAS HUTCHINS-7 (JOHN W.-6, STEPHEN-5-4, JAMES-3-2, SAMUEL-1)
b. May 9,1830, Sandwich, N.H.;
d. Apr.3,1921, Lowell, Mass., bur. Sandwich, N.H.;
m.lst, Nov.5,1851, Sarah A. Wallace, b. Dec.16,1829, Sandwich, N.H., d. July 14,1886, dau. of Tufton and Mary (Tanner?) Wallace of Sandwich, N.H.
m.2nd, May 2,1888, Sandwich, N.H., Anna E.(gravestone)/ Almira Anna Beede, b. 1864, Sandwich, N.H., d. Feb.24,1944, dau. of Josiah E. and Augusta Anna (Sullivan) Beede.
Ellas was a farmer and expert carpenter. He built the second schoolhouse in District #15. At one time he was the eldest man in town and carried a Boston Post, gold-headed cane. Res: N. Sandwich and Portsmouth, N.H.
1128. JOHN W.-6 (STEPHEN-5-4, JAMES-3-2, SAMUEL-1)
b. Feb.21, 1796, Sandwich,N.H.;
d. Dec./Nov/25, 1879 (Dec.-D.A.R.rec.);
m. Dec.19, 1818, Sandwich, Sarah/Sally Webster, b. Jan.20,1794, d.Dec.1,1875, dau. of Jonathan and Sarah (Cram) Webster. Res: North Sandwich, N.H.
Johan was in War of 1812, N.H. Militia, Sept.15-Nov. l8l4. He was a farmer and "an expert basket maker and very eloquent in religious prayer and always carried a red bandana handkerchief. One day at the church there was only to be one sermon instead of two and he burst out, "I'11 go to the Center and the rest of you go to the D……!"
432. STEPHEN-5 (STEPHEN-4, JAMES-3-2, SAMUEL-1)
bp. July 3, 1774, in Kensington by Rev. Jeremiah Fogg;
d. June 25, 1836;
m. Sept.29, 1793, Raymond, N.H., Nancy/Ann Batchelder, b. Sept. 1773, d. May 1851, dau. of Lt. John and Nancy (Clarke) Batchelder of Raymond.
Stephen was a house-carpenter and moved to Sandwich, N.H. by 1794.