Here is what I have on Arad's family.You should contact Bill Terrill (E-mail Address(es):Airvalves@att.net)as he has been collecting all the Terrill info that he can.
1.ARAD6 TERRILL(LEWIS5, JOSIAH4, THOMAS3, ROGER2 TYRELL, ROGER1 TERRILL) was born August 23, 1750 in Coventry CT. (Source: "Births, Marriages, and Deaths in Coventry, CT 1711-1844" - compiled by Susan Dimock.), and died September 03, 1818 in Bennington, VT..He married (1) MARTHA LAW.He married (2) JEMINA BRACE 1770 in Palmer, MA?.
Notes for ARAD TERRILL:
Sources:A Commemorative Biography of Middlesex County, Moses Weld Terrill, pg. 28 by J. H. Beers:
More About ARAD TERRILL:
Occupation: Farmer and Blacksmith
Residence: Moved to Bennington, VT
Notes for JEMINA BRACE:
Children of ARAD TERRILL and JEMINA BRACE are:
i. MEHITABLE7 TERRIL, m. JOHN OLMSTEAD, March 25, 1813, Fletcher, VT..
ii. ANNA TERRILL.
iii. JEMINA TERRILL.
iv. LEWIS TERRILL.
v. SUSAN TERRILL.
vi. THADDEUS TERRILL, m. ANNA LEAVITT.
vii. TIMOTHY TERRILL, b. August 07, 1770, East Canaan, Hampden, MA.; d. May 22, 1835, Underhill, VT.; m. (1) MARTHA LEAVITT, November 22, 1792, Rupert, VT.; m. (2) CHARLOTTE FULLINGTON, 1815; b. 1789, Fairfax, VT; d. February 04, 1864, Underhill, VT.
Notes for TIMOTHY TERRILL:
Sources:A Commemorative Biography of Middlesex County, Moses Weld Terrill, pg. 28 by J. H. Beers:"History of Morristown, Vermont" by Anna L. Mower, 1935
Timothy Terrill, from Fletcher, Vt., came to Morristown in the autumn of 1817, resided here until 1828, when he removed to Underhill, where he died, about 1833. Moses, son of Timothy, born May 9, 1799, came here with his father and located upon the farm now owned by his son, N.A. Terrill, on road 2, where he resided until about 1848, when he removed to the farm now occupied by R.S. Gallup, and a few years previous to his death located in Cady's Falls. Moses married Matilda Weld, by whom he had three children, two of whom are living. For his second wife he married Minerva Calkins, rearing seven children, four of whom are living. He was possessed of strict integrity, was an excellent judge of property, strictly temperate, economical and just in all his dealings, and by the exercise of these virtues he not only gained the regard and affection of his neighbors, but also amassed a handsome property. He never sought office, but was frequently elected as one of the selectmen and listers. In his early years he was identified in politics with the then popular Democratic party, and was elected and served as a member of the legislature, in 1843. When the question of the extension of slavery was agitated he espoused the cause of universal freedom, and has been a member of the Republican party since its organization. Mr. Terrill, or "Uncle Moses," as he was more familiarly known, died April 4, 1883, and with his death the town lost one of its most respected and one of its oldest inhabitants. Mrs. Terrill is still living, at the advanced age of eighty years.
More About TIMOTHY TERRILL:
Political Affiliation: Whig
Religion: Attended Congregational Church
Residence: 1817, moved to Cady's Falls (Morristown) from Fletcher, VT
Notes for CHARLOTTE FULLINGTON:
Sources:Cemetery Records, Underhill, VT, FHC Film #0029010;
viii. SAMUEL TERRILL, b. 1780; d. November 25, 1831, Middletown, VT.; m. SALLY CASWELL, December 09, 1802, Middletown, VT..