For what it's worth, and in hopes that someone can confirm my information and fill in the blanks, here is the Simonton portion of my family tree that was passed to me by my mother (copied by her from an uncle -- sources are missing).
James Simonton (b Dec 1734, Cape Elizabeth, Maine, d 4 Mar 1813, Rockport, Maine) m Ann Lane, had son
James Simonton Jr (b Jan 1767, Falmouth, d 2 Dec 1837, Camden, Maine) m Susan Gross, had son
Dr. Simonton (d 13 Feb 1870) m Elizabeth Eaton (d 20 Oct 1841), had daughter
Matilda B Simonton (b 13 jan 1819 Thomaston, Maine, d 15 May 1909, Searsport, Maine) m Amos Green Nicholds (b 6 Apr 1814, Searsport, Maine, d 4 Feb 1861 Searsport, Maine) in Searsport on 12 Aug 1838.
The Matilda/Amos Nichols info is consistent with available census information.
In the 1840 census there are the following Simonton heads of household listed in Camden/Rockland/Thomaston area: Abram (Camden), Francis (Thomaston), James (Camden), John G (Camden), Patrick (Camden), Wm (Camden) and a Putnam Simonton listed in Prospect (part of which is now Searsport).The only one of those that shows up in 1850, that is also of the right age to be Matilda's father and James's son, is William -- listed as a farmer living with wife Elizabeth (who should have been dead if the information I have is correct).But, I'm not writing "William" in just yet.
Any confirmation or filling in of holes would be appreciated.Also confirmation that James Sr was the son of Andrew would be nice.Of course, if you have evidence that my information is all wrong, I'd appreciate that, too.