SOURCES


1. T. Packard: Genealogy of Samuel Packard.
2. Washburn Family foundations.
3. Mitchell p. 264 " Thomas was here 1673, and Israel was appointed
Trooper
1671, and no farther account of them.".
4. Mitchell p. 264.
5. Seven children are listed without dates: Nathaniel, Thomas, Timothy,
Elizabeth, Hephzibah, Patience and Deliverance MD 16:51.
6. Washburn Foundation Papers.
7. Mitchell p. 264.
8.
9. Edson Family History and Genealogy. Descendants of Samuel Edson of
Salem
and Bridgewater Mass. Edited by Carroll Andrew Edson 2 volumes.

Mitchell. Boston 1840. Reprinted Bridgewaer, 1897, Baltimore, 1970.
10. Mitchell p. 264.
11. Packard Genealogy, Handwritten transcribed note.

Mitchell: "his estate was settled 1741 by his son Joseph. Wid.
Packard
d. 1761, very aged.
12. Packard's Progress (packard and Allied Families Association
Newsletter.
V. 15, p. 57

Seventh generation descendant of James Chilton. Seventh generation
descendant of Francis Cooke. (Dale H. Cook Genealogy)

The Letter F .v.v. Famlies Allied by Marriage to the Packard Family
Through The Male Line. By Alan D. Packard. Packard's Progress, May
1992,
Volume 22, p. 13.
13. BRIDGEWATER VR. P. 533 Judith, wid. John, June 19, 1761, in 90th
year, GR
7 {Juda, June 22, PR4: Private record from a record of deaths kept
from
1766 to 1820 by Oliver Alden, and from 1820 to 1846 by his son, Caleb
Alden, and grandson Cromwell Alden, or members of the family. Now in
possession of the Bridgewater Public Library.
14. Mayflower Births & Deathers, Vol I, Rosser, p. 351.
15. Biography of William Cullen Bryant by Parke Godwin (Allen County
Library).
16.
17.
18. Gedcom CD #100.
19. Vital Records of Bridgewater, Massachusetts, to the year 1850, 2 Vols.
Boston, 1916. V. 2, p.220.
20. Genealogy of the Edsons, Jarvis Bonesteel Edson, Knickerbocker Press,
27
West 23rd Street, NY, NY 1903.
21. Genealogy of the Edsons, Jarvis Bonesteel Edson, Knickerbocker Press,
27
West 23rd Street, NY, NY 1903.
22. A Genealogical Account of the Edsons, Early Settled In Bridgewater,
Lowell, 1864.
23. Genealogy of the Edsons, Jarvis Bonesteel Edson, Knickerbocker Press,
27
West 23rd Street, NY, NY 1903.
24. Genealogy of the Edsons, Jarvis Bonesteel Edson, Knickerbocker Press,
27
West 23rd Street, NY, NY 1903.
25. Genealogy of the Edsons, Jarvis Bonesteel Edson, Knickerbocker Press,
27
West 23rd Street, NY, NY 1903.
26. BRIDGEWATER VR. P. 281 NEHGS 1916.
27. Mitchell p. 264.
28. Susanna Kinsley of Bridgewater, dau of Samuel Kinsley to Benjamin
Kinsley
of North Purchase, mother's thirds, ACk. 27 Oct. 1724. Rosser,
Mayflower
Deeds and Probates P. 200.
29. Genealogy of the Edsons, Jarvis Bonesteel Edson, Knickerbocker Press,
27
West 23rd Street, NY, NY 1903.
30. Genealogy of the Edsons, Jarvis Bonesteel Edson, Knickerbocker Press,
27
West 23rd Street, NY, NY 1903.
31. Genealogy of the Edsons, Jarvis Bonesteel Edson, Knickerbocker Press,
27
West 23rd Street, NY, NY 1903.
32. History of the Early Settlement of Bridgewater, Massachusetts,
Including
an Extensive Family Register. By Nahum Mitchell. Boston, 1840,
reprinted
Bridgewater, 1897, Baltimore, 1970. (Hereafter Mitchell) P. 266.
33. Mitchell.
34. Mitchell: Perhaps a dau. Perhaps m. Nathaniel Hayward jr. 1762.
35. Mitchell. Perhaps a dau. Mitchell m. Capt. Jonathan Willis 1752.
36. Notes: Joseph (18) From Theophilis Packard's Genealogy of Samuel
Packard.
NY 1871 P. 75:

"Children of Joseph Packard (18)

"75 *Joseph Jr., born in 1725, married in 1748 Sarah, daughter of
Captain
David Johnson, of West Bridgewater, and was a soldier under General
Winslow, in 1755, and died in Easton. They had three sons and four
daughters, viz., Daniel, in 1749, Anna, in 1751, . . ."

Mitchell: went to Brookfield or was soldier under Gen. Winslow 1755.
37. Records of 1st Ch. say m. 09-OCT. also in EBrVR 267. Mitchell. went
to
Brookfield.

PACKARD (MA)
Don MacDonald
72360,1636
claire maddox
71570,2512
U.S. Ancestry CIS:ROOT
The Genealogy

+Sorry I couldn't find the parents to Temperence Packard. The name
doesn't appear in any of the Packard or Bruce genealogies at NEHGS. I
didn't look in their manuscript collection though. The two best
sources I
found were the vital records of Brookfield to 1850 and the Packard
genealogy (1952 edition) by Charles Wight. The following is a
tabulation
of what is in both of them for Brookfield Packards [brackets indicate
the
info came from the Packard typescript, and I believe his source was
mostly
Mitchell's History of Bridgewater].@b

[ ? Joseph4 (Joseph3, John2, Samuel1) m Sarah.] They had ch. bpt.
1772@b
Sarah, who d. in 8th yr. [1760 John4 (Joseph3, John2, Samuel1) m
Ann Pratt. They moved to@b
Brookfield with brother Joseph.] They had ch. 1761 Sarah, 1764
Betty,@b
1766 Olive 1765 Daniel[4 (Capt Abiel3, Zaccheus2, Samuel1)] m.
Hannah. They had the@b
following ch. (births in "Packard"; bpt. in "Brookfield", 1776):
1766@b
Hannah, 1768 Abigail, 17.
38. Mitchell p. 265.
39. Cheney Family by Charles H. Pope, Roxbury, MA Deaths.
40. History of Westmoreland, 1741-1790 and Genealogical Data, Westmoreland
History Committee, Westmoreland, New Hampshire, 1976 P. 468

"m(2) 1751 Parnell dau of Joseph and Susanna (Mitchell) Packard. Rem
to
Brookfield and from there to WD in 1799.
41. Brookfield VR: Sarah, dau. of Joseph & Sarah d. 10, June 177- in her
8th
year.
42. Packard's Progress (packard and Allied Families Association
Newsletter.
V. 15, p. 57

Seventh generation descendant of James Chilton. Seventh generation
descendant of Francis Cooke. (Dale H. Cook Genealogy)

The Letter F .v.v. Famlies Allied by Marriage to the Packard Family
Through The Male Line. By Alan D. Packard. Packard's Progress, May
1992,
Volume 22, p. 13.
43. Mitchell, Nahum. P. 266.
44. History of Westmoreland, 1741-1790 and Genealogical Data, Westmoreland
History Committee, Westmoreland, New Hampshire, 1976 P. 468

"m(2) 1751 Parnell dau of Joseph and Susanna (Mitchell) Packard. Rem
to
Brookfield and from there to WD in 1799.
45. History of Westmoreland, 1741-1790 and Genealogical Data, Westmoreland
History Committee, Westmoreland, New Hampshire, 1976 P. 468

"m(2) 1751 Parnell dau of Joseph and Susanna (Mitchell) Packard. Rem
to
Brookfield and from there to WD in 1799.
46. gedcom.
47. Genealogy of the Edsons, Jarvis Bonesteel Edson, Knickerbocker Press,
27
West 23rd Street, NY, NY 1903.
48. Genealogy of the Edsons, Jarvis Bonesteel Edson, Knickerbocker Press,
27
West 23rd Street, NY, NY 1903.
49. Genealogy of the Edsons, Jarvis Bonesteel Edson, Knickerbocker Press,
27
West 23rd Street, NY, NY 1903.
50. Genealogy of the Edsons, Jarvis Bonesteel Edson, Knickerbocker Press,
27
West 23rd Street, NY, NY 1903.
51. Genealogy of the Edsons, Jarvis Bonesteel Edson, Knickerbocker Press,
27
West 23rd Street, NY, NY 1903.
52. Genealogy of the Edsons, Jarvis Bonesteel Edson, Knickerbocker Press,
27
West 23rd Street, NY, NY 1903.
53. history of hardwick, massachusetts, by lucuis r. paige, houghton
miffin
and company, boston, 1883.
54. HISTORY OF HARDWICK, MASSACHUSETTS, BY LUCUIS R. PAIGE, HOUGHTON
MIFFIN
AND COMPANY, BOSTON, 1883.
55. Mitchell: grad. Dartmouth 1777, settled in the ministry.

international Genealogyical index. Published by the Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter-day Saints. Salt Lake City, 1988, microfiche.
56. Packards Progress (Packard and Allied Families Association Newsletter
v.
15, p. 56.
57. History of Westmoreland, 1741-1790 and Genealogical Data, Westmoreland
History Committee, Westmoreland, New Hampshire, 1976 P. 468

"m(2) 1751 Parnell dau of Joseph and Susanna (Mitchell) Packard. Rem
to
Brookfield and from there to WD in 1799.
58. Gedcom, CD.
59. Gedcom CD #100.
60. History of Westmoreland, 1741-1790 and Genealogical Data, Westmoreland
History Committee, Westmoreland, New Hampshire, 1976 P. 468

"m(2) 1751 Parnell dau of Joseph and Susanna (Mitchell) Packard. Rem
to
Brookfield and from there to WD in 1799.
61. CD 100.
62. CD 100.
63. Edsons In England And America, by Jarvis Bonesteel Edson, of the city
of
New York, Kinckerbocker Press,1903, 27 West 23rd Street, NY,NY. P. 50.
64. Hardwick, Mass. Vital Records, pp. 22, 150, 201. History of Kimball
Family, 1:394.
History of Hardwick, pp. 342, 343.
65. HISTORY OF HARDWICK.
66. HISTORY OF HARDWICK.
67. History of Hardwick, p. 343. Sudbury, Mass Vital Records, p. 56.

Also: p. 343 as a son of Timothy (m. Sally Kimbell) all the children
are
listed. The entry for HJB is:

"Henry James, B. ___________, grad. A.C. (Amherst College, 1859,
missionary in India.
68. Nashville, Banner: 1/15/1966.
69. Nashville Banner 11/21/1948.
70. Certificate of Birth: no 134325, Division of Vital Statistics, vol
1534,
page 441, # 669.

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