Kimball Family Genealogy
Kimball Family Genealogy

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1. Thomas Kembold I - was born about 1370 in [Hitcham] Suffolk, Eng and died Will 5 Nov 1453 in Hitcham, Suffolk, Eng .
Thomas married Mrs. about 1395 in Hitcham, Suffolk, Eng. Mrs. was born about 1374 in Hitcham, Suffolk, Eng. She died after 1396/1400 in Hitcham, Suffolk, Eng . (Sources: - 1 - 2 - 3)
Children: (Quick Family Chart)
i.  Thomas Kembold II was born about 1396 in Hitcham, Suffolk, England and died Will probated 28 Nov 1452 in Hitcham, Suffolk, Eng . See #2. below.
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----- Second Generation -----
2. Thomas Kembold II - was born about 1396 in Hitcham, Suffolk, England and died Will probated 28 Nov 1452 in Hitcham, Suffolk, Eng . He was the son of Thomas Kembold I.
Thomas married Mrs. Thomas II. Mrs. Thomas was born about 1400 in Hitcham, Suffolk, Eng.
Children: (Quick Family Chart)
i.  John Kembold was born about 1428 in Hitcham, Suffolk, Eng and died Will 16 Mar 1472 . See #3. below.
----- Third Generation -----
3. John Kembold - was born about 1428 in Hitcham, Suffolk, Eng and died Will 16 Mar 1472 . He was the son of Thomas Kembold II.

Children: (Quick Family Chart)
i.  Thomas Kembold was born about 1454.
ii.  Henry Kembold I was born about 1466 in Hitcham, Suffolk, Eng and died Will 6 Jul - 15 Oct 1526 in Hitcham, Suffolk, Eng . See #4. below.
----- Fourth Generation -----
4. Henry Kembold I - was born about 1466 in Hitcham, Suffolk, Eng and died Will 6 Jul - 15 Oct 1526 in Hitcham, Suffolk, Eng . He was the son of John Kembold.
Henry married Marion before 1510. Marion was born in 1466 in Hitcham, Suffolk, Eng. She died after 1526 .

Marion - Marrion Kimball was living in 1526. (Sources: - 4)
Children: (Quick Family Chart)
i.  Henry Kembold II was born about 1510 in Hitcham, Suffolk, Eng and died in 1558 in [Brettenham, Suffolk, Eng] . See #5. below.
----- Fifth Generation -----
5. Henry Kembold II - was born about 1510 in Hitcham, Suffolk, Eng and died in 1558 in [Brettenham, Suffolk, Eng] . He was the son of Henry Kembold I.
Henry married Cecelia. Cecelia was born in 1517. She died on 4 Jan 1558 in Hitcham, Suffolk, Eng .

Henry -

Henry Kembold of Hechm 4 January 1558, proved 10 March 1558

 
To be buried in the churchyard of Hechm. To my wife Sysley Kembold my tenement I live in called Pogelle's &c. and a piece of land in Rattlesden. These to son Henry after my wife's decease, he to pay certain sums to his brothers and sisters.
 
To son Thomas piece of land in Rattlesden after my wife's decease. To Thomas three pounds six shillings and eight pence, whereof thirty three shillings and four pence at his age of tweuty one years and then every year six shillings eight pence uutill the sum, three pounds six shillings eight pence, be fully paid. To son Henry a piece of land which I have in mortgage of Henry Bowie. To son Richard six pounds thirteen shillings four pence, for to be paid by Henry Kembold my son, at his age of tweuty one years. To daughters Agnes and Margaret Kembold thirty three shillings each at days of marriage and the same sum in five years. Wife Syslye and son Henry to be executors and Edmund Lever to be supervisor.
 
Bury Wills, Book Bell, L. 542.
 
(from: The New England historical and genealogical register, Volume 52 By Henry Fitz-Gilbert Water)
Children: (Quick Family Chart)
i.  Henry Kimball III was born about 1539 in Suffolk, England and died about 1583 in Brettenham, Suffolk, England . See #6. below.
----- Sixth Generation -----
6. Henry Kimball III - was born about 1539 in Suffolk, England and died about 1583 in Brettenham, Suffolk, England . He was the son of Henry Kembold II.
Henry married Margaret Munning on 12 Jun 1564 in Brettenham, Suffolk, Eng. Margaret was born about 1545 in Brettenham, Suffolk, England. She is the daughter of Humphrey Munning and Ellen Ungle.
Children: (Quick Family Chart)
i.  Henry Kimball IV was born in 1564/1565 and died Sep 1619 in Brettenham, Suffolk, Eng and was buried on 10 Sep 1619 in Brettenham, Suffolk, Eng. See #7. below.
ii.  Ann Kimball was born about 1569 in Brittenham, Suffolk, Eng and died in 1646 .
Ann married John Pilbarrow on 19 May 1588 in Brittenham, Suffolk, Eng. (Sources: - 5)
----- Seventh Generation -----
7. Henry Kimball IV - was born in 1564/1565 and died Sep 1619 in Brettenham, Suffolk, Eng and was buried on 10 Sep 1619 in Brettenham, Suffolk, Eng. He was the son of Henry Kimball III and Margaret Munning.
Henry married Joan.
Children: (Quick Family Chart)
i.  Henry Kimball V was born about 1590 in [Rattlesden], Suffolk, Eng and died in 1648 in [Ma], USA .
Henry married Susan Stone on 27 Nov 1628 in Rattlesden, Suffolk, England. Susan was born in 1594 in Rattlesden, Suffolk, England.
ii.  Richard Kimball I was born about 1595 in Rattlesden, Suffolk, Eng and died on 22Jun 1675; (will 5 Mar - 28 Sep) in Watertown, na . See #8. below.
----- Eighth Generation -----
8. Richard Kimball I - was born about 1595 in Rattlesden, Suffolk, Eng and died on 22Jun 1675; (will 5 Mar - 28 Sep) in Watertown, na . He was the son of Henry Kimball IV.
Richard married Ursula Scott in 1615 in Eng. Ursula was born on 15 Feb 1597 in Rattlesden, Suffolk, Eng. She was the daughter of Henry Scott and Martha Whatlock. She died before Oct 1661 in Ipswich, Suffolk, Ma .
  Then Richard married Margaret Cole on 23 Oct 1661 in Usa.

Richard - arrived in America aboard the Elizabeth which had embarked from Ipswich, Suffolk England on 10 Apr 1634, William Andrews, master. Included on the passenger list were Richard, age 39, wife Ursula and children Henry age 15, Elizabeth age 13, Richard age 11, Mary age 9, Martha age 5, John age 3 and Thomas age 1. The family apparently came with Richard's brother Henry Kimball and Ursula's mother (Martha) and brother's family (Thomas and Elizabeth, both age 40).
 
Worked as a mechanic and wheelwright in Suffolk. They settled in Watertown MA before moving to Ipswich, MA about 1637. Richard was listed as a freeman in Watertown in 1635. He was a selectman for Ipswich in 1645 and the surveyor of fences in 1653. He later moved back to Watertown.

from Reflections from a Busy Life by Ivory G. Kimball

 
I am a descendant of Richard Kimball, who with his brother Henry sailed from Ipswich, Suffolk County, England, April 10th, 1634, on the ship Elizabeth, William Andrews, Master, and settled in Watertown, Mass.
 
Richard, being a wheelwright, removed to Ispwich, Mass. in 1837, at the request of the inhabitants of that town. All the Kimballs in the United States are believed to be descendants of these two brothers.
 
Richard Kimball became one of the prominent citizens of Ipswich, being frequently mentioned in its records and dying there in 1675.

 
Resources: Richard's will was dated 5 Mar 1674 and probated 28 Sep 1675. The inventory of his estate totaled £ 737, 3 shillings, 6 pence. (Sources: - 6)
Children with Ursula Scott (Quick Family Chart)
i.  Alexander Kimball was born Feb 1614 in Hitcham, Suffolk, Eng and died ? d.s.p in Hitcham, Suffolk, Eng and was buried in [Eng] .
ii.  Henry Kimball VI was born on 12 Aug 1615 in Rattlesden, Suffolk, Eng and died adm. 4 Jun 1676 in Wenham/Ipswich, Ma . See #9. below.
iii.  Abigail Kimball was born Nov 1617 in Rattlesden, Suffolk, Eng and died on 19 Jun 1658 in Salisbury, Ma, USA .
Abigail married John Severance. John was born in 1615. He died on 9 Apr 1682 in Salisbury, Ma .
iv.  Mary Kimball was born Apr 1618/1625 in Rattlesden, Suffolk, Eng and died on 12 Jul 1686 .
Mary married Robert Dutch. Robert was born in Ipswich, Essex Co., , Ma, USA. He died in 1686 .

Mary - One source shows a birth date of Apr 1618; another (Jama Kimball) shows a date of 1625.
v.  Ursula Kimball was born about 1619 in Rattlesden, Suffolk, Eng.
vi.  Elizabeth Kimball was born about 1621 in Rattlesden, Suffolk, Eng and died Aft. 1675, prob. d.s.p .

Elizabeth - The record on Elizabeth Kimball Severance shows her to be living in 1675, followed by notation "prob. d.s.p."
vii.  Richard Kimball Jr. was born about 1623 in Rattlesden, Suffolk, Eng and died on 26 May 1676 in Wentham, Ipswich, Essex Co., Ma, USA .
Richard married Mary Cooley. She died on 2 Sep 1672 .
  Then Richard married Mary Gott in 1672/1673 in Ma, USA.
viii.  Martha Kimball was born about 1629 in Rattlesden, Suffolk, Eng. See #10. below.
ix.  John Kimball was born about 1631 in Rattlesden, Suffolk, Eng and died on 6 May 1698 in Ipswich, Essex Co., , Ma, USA .
John married Mary Bradstreet about 1655.

Mary - cam eover on the same voyage in the Elizabeth as Richard Kimball, with her father Humphrey Bradstreet and her mother Bridgett.
  Then John married Hannah Muncey.
x.  Thomas Kimball was born about 1633 in Rattlesden, Suffolk, Eng and died on 3 May 1676 in Bradford, Ma, USA; killed by Indians. .
Thomas married Mary Smith. Mary was born about 1635.

Mary - Mary Smith Kimball was living in 1782 in Bradford., MA. Mary and five children were captured by the Indians who killed Thomas but were returned 13 Jun 1676.

Thomas -

The Pioneers of Maine and New Hampshire, 1623-1660

 
Thimas Kimball: wheelwright, Hampton, was son of Richard and Ursula K. of Ipswich, Mass. P. of M. Came from England with his parents in 1634. Resided in Dover in the year 1657, as he deposed at Portsmouth, 28 June, 1678, being then "about 57 years of age" Rem. to Hampton. Bought land 15 Oct. 1658. Wife Mary; children, Elizabeth b. and d. 1658, Richard b. Nov. 20, 1659.
xi.  Sarah Kimball was born about 1635 in Ipswich, Essex Co., , Ma, USA and died on 12 Jun 1690 in Ipswich, Essex Co., , Ma, USA .
Sarah married Edward Allen on 24 Nov 1658 in Ipswich, Essex Co., , Ma, USA. Edward was born in [Ipswitch].
xii.  Benjamin Kimball was born about 1637 in Ipswich, Essex Co., , Ma, USA and died on 11 Jun 1696 in Bradford, Ma, USA .
Benjamin married Mercy Hazeltine on 16 Apr 1661 in Salisbury, Ma. She died on 5 Jan 1707/1708 in Bradford, Ma .
xiii.  Caleb Kimball was born about 1639 in Ipswich, Essex Co., , Ma, USA and died Imv. 23 Sep 1682 in Ipswich, Essex Co., , Ma, USA .
Caleb married Anna Hazeltine on 7 Nov 1660 in Ipswich, Essex Co., , Ma, USA. Anna was born on 1 Mar 1640 in Rowley, Ma, USA. She died on 9 Apr 1688 in Ipswich, Essex Co., , Ma, USA . (Sources: - 2)
----- Ninth Generation -----
9. Henry Kimball VI - was born on 12 Aug 1615 in Rattlesden, Suffolk, Eng and died adm. 4 Jun 1676 in Wenham/Ipswich, Ma . He was the son of Richard Kimball I and Ursula Scott.
Henry married Mary Wyatt in 1640 in Wenham, MA. Mary was born in 1622 in Assington, Suffolk, England. She was the daughter of John Wyatt and Martha Sheldrake. She died on 12 Aug 1672 in Watertown, MA .
  Then Henry married Elizabeth Gilbert.

Henry - In the record of Henry Kimball, it shows, following the information on his two marriages, the phrase "adm. 4 June 1676 Wentham, MA." We are not sure as to the meaning of this phrase; it may have something to do with the date of death. Henry moved from Watertown to Ipswich about 1646 and then to Wentham about 1655.
Children with Mary Wyatt (Quick Family Chart)
i.  Mary Kimball was born on 26 Nov 1641 in Watertown, Ma, USA.
ii.  Richard Kimball was born on 13 Oct 1643 in Watertown, Ma, USA and died on 30 Jul 1715 in Wenham, MA .
Richard married Rebecca Abbye on 13 May 1667. Rebecca was born about 1645.
  Then Richard married "Widow" Ford on 20 Nov 1706.
iii.  John Kimball was born on 23 Dec 1645 in Watertown, Ma, USA and died on 12 Oct 1723 in Amesbury, Ma, USA .
John married Mary Jordan on 8 Oct 1666 in Ipswich, Essex Co., , Ma, USA.
  Then John married Mary Pressey on 9 Feb 1712/1713.
  Then John married Deborah Weed in 1715.
iv.  Caleb Kimball I was born about 1647 in Ipswich, Essex Co., , Ma, USA and died on 18 Sep 1675 in Narragansett . See #11. below.
v.  Dorcas Kimball was born about 1649.
Dorcas married Thomas Dow on 17 Dec 1668 in Bradford, Ma, USA. Thomas was born about 1640. He died on 21 Jun 1676 in Haverhill. Ma, USA .
vi.  Abigail Kimball was born about 1652.
Abigail married John Wycome on 14 May 1673 in Rowley, Ma, USA.
vii.  Sarah Kimball was born about 1654.
Sarah married Daniel Gage on 3 May 1675 in Bradford, Ma, USA. He died on 8 Nov 1705 in Bradford, Ma, USA .
viii.  Henry Kimball Jr. was born about 1655.
Henry married Hannah Marsh on 14 Dec 1677 in Haverhill. Ma, USA. She died on 15 Mar 1696/1697 in Haverhill. Ma, USA .

Hannah - Hannah Marsh was killed by Indians 15 Mar 1696/7.
ix.  Mehitable Kimball was born Aug 1657 and died on 7 Dec 1689 .
Mehitable married Thomas Stickney.
x.  Benjamin Kimball was born on 12 Nov 1659 in Wentham, Ipswich, Essex Co., Ma, USA.
xi.  Joseph Kimball was born on 20 Jan 1661/1662 in Wentham, Ipswich, Essex Co., Ma, USA.
Joseph married Elizabeth Needham.

Joseph - Joseph Kimball was a mariner; lived in Boston, MA.
xii.  Martha Kimball was born on 18 Aug 1664 in Wentham, Ipswich, Essex Co., Ma, USA.
Martha married Daniel Chase on 25 Aug 1683 in Newbury, Ma, USA.
  Then Martha married Josiah Heath in 1713.
xiii.  Deborah Kimball was born about 1668 in Wentham, Ipswich, Essex Co., Ma, USA.
Deborah married Donald Chase. Donald was born about 1666.
10. Martha Kimball - was born about 1629 in Rattlesden, Suffolk, Eng. She is the daughter of Richard Kimball I and Ursula Scott.
Martha married Joseph Fowler in Eng. Joseph was born about 1629 in Eng. He died on 19 May 1676 in Deerfield, Ma, USA .
Children:
i.  Joseph Fowler Jr. was born about 1647 in Ipswich, Essex Co., , Ma, USA and died on 10 Feb 1717/1718 in Wentham, Ipswich, Essex Co., Ma, USA .
Joseph married Elizabeth Hutton before 1678 in Wentham, Ipswich, Essex Co., Ma, USA. Elizabeth was born about 1650 in Wentham, Ipswich, Essex Co., Ma, USA. She died on 22 May 1734 in Wentham, Ipswich, Essex Co., Ma, USA .
----- Tenth Generation -----
11. Caleb Kimball I - was born about 1647 in Ipswich, Essex Co., , Ma, USA and died on 18 Sep 1675 in Narragansett . He was the son of Henry Kimball VI and Mary Wyatt.



Caleb - This Caleb Kimball (1647-1675) was slain with Capt. Lathrop on 18 Sep 1675 and his estate was divided among his father's children. Apparently he had a son, Caleb, born before 1675, and this would be the Caleb II mentioned in "Our Folks Revisited,", who came to Wells, ME about 1700 and married Susannah Cloyes in 1704. The reference for this connection is given as "Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbury" - David Hoyt, Vol I, pp.224-8. This record does not indicate the name of Caleb's wife or any other children. Caleb I was only 28 years of age when he was slain at Narrangansett. The descent from Thomas Kimball I (1370) down to this Caleb (1647) and his son Caleb (1675), is the same for both Jeff Martin (from whom most of the above genealogy is taken) and that of Sally Johnston Kimball.
Children: (Quick Family Chart)
i.  Caleb Kimball II was born about 1673/1674 in Ipswich, Essex Co., , Ma, USA. See #12. below.
----- Eleventh Generation -----
12. Caleb Kimball II - was born about 1673/1674 in Ipswich, Essex Co., , Ma, USA. He is the son of Caleb Kimball I.
Caleb married Susannah Cloyes on 15 Jun 1704 in Wells, York Co., Me. Susannah was born in 1685 in Charleston, Mass. She was the daughter of Nathaniel Cloyes and Sarah Mills. She died after 1721 in Wells, York Co., Me .

Caleb - This Caleb (II) is the earliest Record of the name Kimball in Wells, ME. He came to Wells c.1700 and lived in that part of town known as Kennebunk. In 1710 he sold some land in Wells, and in 1716 he sold some land on the Ogunquid River. He bought 1/4 of Kennebunk Falls from Samuel Littlefield in 1732. He evidently returned to Ipswwich. MA as is shown by the following deed:
    "Caleb Kimball of Ipswich, yeoman, sold to Samuel Hovey of Rowley, carpenter, for L30 o n 12 Nov 1735 'One Certain full Right' in the Township Number bordering on Saco River in the province abovesaid being One of these Townships that was granted by the General Court as a Gratuity to the Naragansett Soldiers as is Bounded as by the Committee Return that Laand out of the Same on Record may appear Reference thereunto being had Which said Naragansett Right Derived to me by virtue of my being Eldest Son of my Hond. Father Caleb Kimball late of said Ipswich Decd. Who was actually a Soldier in the Naaragansett Wars..."
The Deed was witnessed by Nathaniel Treadwell and Samuel Waite.(1)
 
Caleb is believed to be a descendant of , who sailed from England in 1534.
 
"Richard and , brothers, sailed from England April 10, 1634 in the ship "Elizabeth" and landed in Boston. They both went to, and settled in Watertown, Mass. Richard removed to Ipswich, Mass in 1637. He died there in 1675. Al the Kimballs in the United States are believed to be descended from these two brothers" - "Recollections of a Busy Life" by Judge
 
Bought 1/4 of Kennebunk Falls from in 1732. Sold some land in 1710 in Wells, sold land on the Ogunquid River (Sources: - 7)
Children: (Quick Family Chart)
i.  Nathaniel Kimball was born Chr. 9 Sep 1705 in Wells, York Co., Me, USA and died in 1785 in Wells, York Co., Me, USA . See #13. below.
ii.  Richard Kimball was born Mar 1707 in Wells, York Co., Me and died in 1781 in Kennebunk , Maine and was buried in 1761 in First Church. See #14. below.
iii.  Caleb Kimball III was born May 1709 in Wells, York Co., Me, USA.
Caleb married Beriah Welsh in 1738.

Beriah - daughter of JAMES WELCH and MARY HAMMOND.

Caleb - married Beriah Welsh in 1738.
iv.  Susanna(h) Kimball was born Mar 1710/1711 in Wells, York Co., Me, USA.
Susanna(h) married Shadrock Watson in 1733. (Sources: - 7 (Married [Shadrock WATSON] in 1733) )
v.  Mary Kimball was born May 1714 in Wells, York Co., Me.
vi.  Sarah Kimball was born Apr 1716 in Wells, York Co., Me.
Sarah married Job Low on 9 Dec 1741 in [Wells, York Co., Me].

Sarah - Married Job Low on Dec 9, 1741
vii.  Joshua Kimball was born in 1718 in Wells, York Co., Me and died in 1745 in Nova Scotia, Canada .
Joshua married Sarah Thompson on 12 Jun 1742.

Joshua - married Sarah Thompson, Jun 12, 1742. Died while on the Louisburg Expedition at Cape Breton.
 
Joshua Kimball died in 1945 while on the Louisburg Expedition, at Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, CAN.
viii.  Samuel Kimball was born Apr 1720 in Wells, York Co., Me.
ix.  Benjamin Kimball was born in 1721 in Wells, York Co., Me.
Benjamin married Lydia Morrison on 1 Jun 1743.

Benjamin - married Lydia Morrison - Jun 1, 1743.
----- Twelth Generation -----
13. Nathaniel Kimball - was born Chr. 9 Sep 1705 in Wells, York Co., Me, USA and died in 1785 in Wells, York Co., Me, USA . He was the son of Caleb Kimball II and Susannah Cloyes.
Nathaniel married Abigail Cousins on 6 Apr 1726. Abigail was chr. on 28 Aug 1709. She is the daughter of John Cousins and Abigail Cloyes.

Abigail - It is likely that Nathaniel Kimball's wife, Abigail Cousins, and Richard Kimball's wife Catherine Cousins were sisters. The surname also has been seen spelled Cousens or Couzens.
  Then Nathaniel married Mehitable Scammon on 30 Dec 1761 in Biddeford, Ma. Mehitable was born in Biddeford, Ma. She died on 6 Jun 1811 in Saco, Ma .

Mehitable - Mehitabel Scamman was a widow at time of her marriage to Nathaniel. Scamman is probably her married name.

Nathaniel - Married Abigail Cousins and Mehitable Scammon. Built the first vessel in Kennebunk and kept the first Post Office in Maine in 1761. 6 children: John, Mercy, Nathaniel, Susanna, Nathaniel(2), Abraham. Listed in DAR index - PS CS Maine.
 
Nathaniel built the first vessel in Kennebunk, and kept the first Post Office in Maine in 1761. He is listed in the DAR Index - PS -CA Maine.
Children with Abigail Cousins (Quick Family Chart)
i.  John Kimball was born Jun 1727 in Wells, York Co., Me.
ii.  Mercy Kimball was born Aug 1731 in Wells, York Co., Me.
iii.  Nathaniel Kimball was born May 1734 in Wells, York Co., Me and died in d.s.p. .
iv.  Susanna Kimball was born Jun 1735 in Wells, York Co., Me.
v.  Nathaniel Kimball (2) was born May 1738 in Wells, York Co., Me and died bet. 1800-1810 .
vi.  Abraham Kimball was born May 1741 in Wells, York Co., Me.
vii.  Joanna Kimball
14. Richard Kimball - also known as: Cousins, Couzens - was born Mar 1707 in Wells, York Co., Me and died in 1781 in Kennebunk , Maine and was buried in 1761 in First Church. He was the son of Caleb Kimball II and Susannah Cloyes.
Richard married Catherine Cousins on 1 Sep 1733. Catherine was born on 26 Jun 1715. She is the daughter of Ichabod Cousins and Ruth Cole.
  Then Richard married Hannah Shackley on 6 Aug 1740 in Wells, Maine. Hannah was born on 21 Apr 1713 in Berwick, Maine. She was the daughter of Richard Shackley and Hannah Hodsdon. She died in Kennebunkport, Me .

Hannah - An entry in Ancestry World Tree shows the maiden name for Hannah: SHACKLEY, b. 21 Apr 1713, Kittery, ME; daughter of Richard Shackley and Hannah Hodsdon. A 2nd marriage date shows 6 Aug 1740. Apparently Hannah first married Mr. Lord, then married Richard Kimball. (Sources: - 1 (From: The Maternal Ancestry of Miriam Fellows, by Albert E. /Rhodes/ 1921.) )

Richard - He was a Deacon of the Church and was prominent in town affairs. He had eight children. Richard was an early settler of Wells and had 7 cows and 8 oxen in 1750. Had a store in Kennebunk in 1730. Was one on the owners of the first Vessel in Wells, (built by his brother Nathaniel) in 1755. Built a sloop in 1767. Left 1/3 of a sawmill to son Richard in 1781.
 
Richard Kimball II was a deacon of First Church and was prominent in town affairs. He was an early settler of Wells , listed as having 7 cows and 8 oxen in 1750. He had a store in Kennebunk in 1730. He was one of the owners off the first vessel in Wells, built by his brother Nathaniel in 1755. Richard built a sloop in 1767. He operated a sawmill, leaving 1/3 to his son Richard IV in 1781. Richard had 11 children, 2 with Catherine Cousens and 9 with Hannah Lord. Sally's Kimball descent continues through Richard and Hannah, then through their son Israel. There are several Richard Kimballs in our Kimball line: 1l The Richard who came from England to America in 1634 - Richard I. 2.) The second son of Caleb Kimball - Richard II. 3.) The 1st son of Richard II, who died young - Richard III. 4.) The 2nd son of Richard II - Richard IV. 5.) The son of Israel Kimball - Richard V.
Children with Catherine Cousins (Quick Family Chart)
i.  Richard Kimball was born Chr. 12 Oct 1734 in Wells, York Co., Me and died Died in infancy in Wells, York Co., Me .

Richard - died in infancy.
ii.  Richard, Kimball Jr. was chr. on 15 May 1737 and died on 21 Sep 1812 .

Richard, - Married Katherine Larabee, born 1737, on Jun 15, 1758. He was in service on Lake George in 1756-1757, also at Fort William Henry.
Children with Hannah Shackley (Quick Family Chart)
iii.  Mary Kimball was born on 1 Nov 1741 in Wells, York Co., Me.
iv.  Samuel Kimball was chr. on 14 Apr 1744 and died on 28 Sep 1828 .
v.  Isaac Kimball was chr. on 13 Sep 1747 and died on 28 Sep 1828 .

Isaac - married (1) Sarah Durrell in 1769 and (2) Sarah Stone in 1771. They had 7 children.
vi.  Jacob Kimball was chr. on 23 Apr 1748.
vii.  Israel Kimball was chr. on 29 Apr 1750 and died on 17 Oct 1823 in Kennebunk Maine and was buried in First Church . See #15. below.
viii.  Hannah Kimball was born about 1730.

Hannah - married a Mr. Dunnell.
ix.  Elizabeth Kimball was born Chr. 10 Apr 1743 in Wells, York Co., Me.

Elizabeth - The youngest child of Richard Kimball and Hannah Lord, baptized 14 Feb 1754, was also suggests that their 2nd child Elizabeth, baptized 10 Apr 1743, died some time before 1754.
 
Married Freeman Scammons on Mar 24, 1772
x.  Hannah Kimball was born Chr. 13 Jan 1752 in Wells, York Co., Me and died on 9 Jun 1844 in Wells, York Co., Me .
xi.  Elizabeth Kimball was born Chr 14 Feb 1754 in Wells, York Co., Me and died on 8 Oct 1843 .
----- Thirteenth Generation -----
15. Israel Kimball - was chr. on 29 Apr 1750 and died on 17 Oct 1823 in Kennebunk Maine and was buried in First Church . He was the son of Richard Kimball and Hannah Shackley.
Israel married Eleanor Dennett on 12 Oct 1771 in Kennebunkport, Me. Eleanor was born on 10 Jul 1753 in Arundel, Maine,. She was the daughter of Thomas Dennett and Mary Bartlett. She died on 30 Sep 1838 in Kennebunkport, Me .

Eleanor - Married a DENNETT before Israel KIMBALL.

Israel - An entry on Ancestry.com shows a death date for Israel Kimball, born 1750, as 17 Oct 1822. This entry shows Richard Kimball as father, and Spouse as Eleanor Dennett, but shows the mother as Hannah Shackley.
 
The administration of Israel's estate was granted to Richard Kimball 4 Jan. 1830 and mentions his widow Eleanor, and his sons Jacob, Wilbraham, and Stephen (Sources: - 8)
Children: (Quick Family Chart)
i.  Jacob Kimball was born in 1771 and died on 22 Mar 1842 .
Jacob married Annie Getchall. Annie was born Jun 1781.

Jacob - had 9 children. Resided in Wells, Maine.
ii.  Israel Kimball Jr. was born in 1773 and died on 24 Oct 1823 in Kennebunk, ME .
Israel married Betsy Evans on 21 Mar 1796 in Kennebunk, ME. Betsy was born on 14 Feb 1772 in Somersworth, NH.

Israel - lived in his father's house. Had a son, John, who lived in Dover.
 
"An Inventory and appraisement of the estate of Israel Kimball junior, late of Kennebunk in the county of York, yeoman, deceased. Taken pursuant to a warrant from the Judge of Probate for said county; as shewn us by Betsy Kimball, administratrix of said estate." Israel was evidently in financial difficulties as his estate was in debt $679.63. Because of this Betsey had to sell off part of his estate. (Sources: - 8)
iii.  Maj. Wilbraham Kimball was born on 18 Sep 1778 in Wells, Maine and died on 28 Oct 1852 in Woburn, Mass. . See #16. below.
iv.  Eleanor Kimball was born in 1780.
Eleanor married Benjamin Treadwell on 30 Nov 1809.

Eleanor - married Benjamin Treadwell. No children.
v.  Stephan Kimball was born on 14 Jun 1783 and died on 29 Jun 1857 . See #17. below.
vi.  Sally Kimball was born in 1788.
Sally married Phillip Emery.

Sally - Sally and Phillip had 3 children - Benjamin, Louise and Elanor.
vii.  Polly Kimball
Polly married Abraham Kimball.

Polly - had one daughter who married a Ross.
viii.  Hannah Kimball was born in 1786.
Hannah married Mr. Smith.

Mr. - Lived in Hollis, N.H.

Hannah - married Asa Smith. Two children - Abraham and Hannah.
ix.  Richard Kimball was born on 24 May 1793 and died on 27 Mar 1848 .
Richard married Olive Leighton.

Richard - They had two sons, Stephen and Oliver.
x.  Olive Kimball was born in 1798.
Olive married Charles Grafton.

Olive - married Charles Trafton 13 Nov 1824. Charles was born in York ME.
----- Fourteenth Generation -----
16. Maj. Wilbraham Kimball - was born on 18 Sep 1778 in Wells, Maine and died on 28 Oct 1852 in Woburn, Mass. . He was the son of Israel Kimball and Eleanor Dennett.
Maj. Wilbraham married Deborah Bourne on 20 Oct 1804 in Wells, Maine. Deborah was born in 1782 in Wells, Maine. She was the daughter of Isaac Bourne and Susanna Patten. She died on 15 Oct 1859 in Woburn, Mass. .

Deborah -

Grandmother Kimball

 
Grandmother Kimball, who died when I was two years old, in contrast to grandfather, was a very vivacious women. She dearly loved to "go places" and as mother has often said, she was always ready to put on her bonnet and start on a trip, long or short!
 
She outlived grandfather by seven years. She too died in Woburn in 1859.
 
Notes in the diaries of Uncle Israel, from 1855 to 1859 record frequent trips that she made between Woburn, Portsmouth and Wells. In Oct 1855 when seventy three years old she made the trip alone from Woburn to Ft. Wayne Ind. to see her three sons who were living there (Wilbury, Benj. and Sam'l)
 
Ten fine sone all reaching manhood, all reflected honor on their parents who must have been enerjetic and resourceful as wall as devout christian character.
 
Judge I.G.K. says in his biography that each boy as he grew up in the old house was taught to help mother in cooking and other work of the house in the absence of daughters to render such asistance.
 
They were worthy sons of worthy parents.
 
(James Melvin Kimball 1934)


Maj. Wilbraham - was always called Major Kimball because he was a Major in the State Militia, under a commission from the Governor of Massachusetts, of which Maine was then a part. He had ten sons who were born and reared on a farm in Wells and received the common school education provided by the schools of the town.
 
As there were no daughters, Deborah took each boy into the kitchen to help her, until he was old enough to go out to work, when the next son ws taken in his place. As a result of this training each of them was a good cook, and in the case of need could get up a meal equal to his wife could prepare.
 
Wilbraham was a ship's carpenter and build 13 vessels between 1817 and 1830. They were schooners, brigs and sloops of between 26 and 145 tons. (See Resources: list of Vessels built by Wilbraham Kimball.) Died of a disease of the liver.
 


 Kimball Homestead - Wells, Maine

Kimball Homestead - Wells, Maine

1850 Census- Woburn Mass
Wilbramham Kimball 72 none Maine
Deborah Kimball 67   Maine
John P, Kimball 29   Maine
Marie, Kimball 27   Mass
George W.Kimball 24 Carpenter Maine

 
In 1934, James M. Kimball, Wilbraham's grandson, wrote a series of skecthes of each of Resources: kimball-0.htm#Wilbraham Kimball's ten sons.

Here is a source on Wilbraham Kimball we need to look up sometime...
Name: KIMBALL, Wilbraham
Birth Date: 1778
Birthplace: Maine
Volume: 96
Page Number: 337
Reference: Gen. Column of the " Boston Transcript". 1906-1941.( The greatest single source of material for gen. Data for the N.E. area and for the period 1600-1800. Completely indexed in the Index.): 26 Jan 1933, 5896; 13 Jul 1933, 6713
(Sources: - 6)
Children: (Quick Family Chart)
i.  Ivory E Kimball was born on 25 Sep 1805 in Wells, Maine and died on 24 Jul 1853 in Edgecomb, Maine. .
Ivory married Sarah K. Poor on 31 May 1846. Sarah was born about 1821. She died on 3 Oct 1869 in Woburn Mass. .

Ivory - occupation: Minister - A Congregational Minister - pastor at United Church of Lyndeborough, N.H. from 1842-1846 His education was obtained at Bowdoin College and Bagor Theological Seminary. Graduated from Bagor in 1834. He married Sarah Poor who survived him 6 years.- no children
ii.  Stephen Kimball was born on 24 Jun 1807 and died on 15 Jul 1888 in Wells, Maine . See #18. below.
iii.  Isaac B. Kimball was born on 17 Jun 1809 and died on 10 Dec 1890 .

Isaac - occupation: Ship Carpenter - He taught school on leaving Bowdon College, then was, for the rest of his life, in the Internal Revenue Dept. in Washington.
 
Married Catherine and had three children, George, Mary, and Meda and their home was out at City Point, So. Boston.
 
Also, he was a policeman.
iv.  Israel Kimball was born on 26 Jan 1812 in Wells, ME and died on 10 Dec 1890 .
Israel married Clara Pavons Bragdon on 9 Apr 1840 in Wells, ME. Clara was born on 2 May 1817 in Wells, ME. She was the daughter of Joshua Bragdon and Sarah Frost. She died after 1929 .

Israel - taught school on leaving Bowdoin College, then was for the rest of his life in the Internal Revenue Depratment in Washington, where the family spent their winters.
 
He was appointed by President Lincoln as an office of the Revenue Department. Lived in Washington, D.C. and Portsmouth, NH
 
He and Clara had two sons and four daughters all of whom married except Sarah.
 
An address by Israel Kimball delivered at the dedication of Academy Hall in Eliot, Me on Mar 18, 1840 is listed in "A bibliography of the state of Maine : from the earliest period to 1891. Williamson, Joseph,. Portland Me.. Thurston Print. 1992."
v.  Wilbraham Kimball Jr. was born on 24 Mar 1814 in Jay, Maine. and died on 3 Jun 1870 in Fort Wayne, Ind. . See #19. below.
vi.  William Kimball was born on 4 Aug 1816 and died on 20 May 1904 in Wilton, N.H. .

William - married Mary Huse and they had two daughters, one died in infancy (Annie Kimball in 1862) and Mary. He was a tinsmith and stove dealer, etc., during his business life lived in Woburn. During the last few years of his work, he built a shop on Union St. where he carried on the stove and tinware business.
 
On retiring, moved to Wilton, N.H. His daughter Mary married Everett Barrett of Wilton, N.H. She died in Wilton in Jan 1923 at age 59.

1880 Census
#name relation age born in
William Kimball self 63 ME
Mary B. Kimball wife 61 ME
Mary H. Kimball dau 17 MA
vii.  Benjamin H. Kimball was born on 26 May 1818 and died on 20 May 1904 .

Benjamin - occupation: Carpenter - Four children, William, Laura, Mary, Addie. Lived in Woburn, then Fort Wayne. Married Sarah Folsom. Worked with his bros. George and Samuel at carpentering.
 
Laura and Mary never married. Laura was a talented woman and taught school. She compiled a cook-book that had a large sale the proceeds from which she donated to the church. Both sisters had the Kimball gift of song. Addie married a man named Howard and raised a family
viii.  John Patten Kimball was born on 29 Mar 1821 and died on 20 Jul 1878 in Woburn .
John married Emily Shelton on 28 Jan 1868. Emily was born on 4 Jul 1823. She died on 8 Aug 1878 .

John - occupation: Carpenter - Married late in life. No children. He was Deacon of the Woburn Congregational Church. Married Emily Skelton in Woburn in 1868. Was a carpenter in 1868, living on Lawrence St. in Woburn.
 
He bought land on Mt. Pleasant St. and was building a house to rent there in the summer of 1879, when he was taken sick and died of dysentery. (July 29 ’78) Emily only survived him a few weeks. Most of their estate went to the Cong’l Church.
ix.  Samuel W. Kimball was born on 24 Nov 1823 and died on 14 Dec 1888 in Fort Wayne, Ind. .

Samuel - married Eliza Drew of Dover N.H - four children, Nettie Kimball, Nellie Kimball, Fred Kimball and Hattie Kimball. Samuel was a music teacher in Ft. Wayne


 
Hattie Kimball lived in Joliet, Ill. In July 1933 she gave this detail of the circumstances of her father's death.

 
"He had been in his usual health and one day, at early evening, he walked to the house of a friend. Arrived there, he stepped into a little shop on the grounds and must have immediately dropped dead, as he was found lying on the floor as he dropped, with his overcoat still on."
x.  George Washington Kimball was born on 4 Oct 1826 in Wells, Maine and died on 13 Sep 1892 in Woburn, Mass . See #20. below.
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Wilbraham Kimball



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Deborah Bourne
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Ivory E. Kimball



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17. Stephan Kimball - was born on 14 Jun 1783 and died on 29 Jun 1857 . He was the son of Israel Kimball and Eleanor Dennett.
Stephan married Hannah Fiske. Hannah was born on 18 Jul 1783. She died on 7 Jul 1875 . (Sources: - 9)

Stephan - They had three sons - Abner, Oren and Stephen.
Children: (Quick Family Chart)
i.  Stephen Kimball was born on 22 Jan 1821 in Wells, ME and died on 29 Nov 1866 in Arlington,MA . See #21. below.
----- Fifteenth Generation -----
18. Stephen Kimball - was born on 24 Jun 1807 and died on 15 Jul 1888 in Wells, Maine . He was the son of Maj. Wilbraham Kimball and Deborah Bourne.
Stephen married Caroline Cole. She died in 1864 .
  Then Stephen married Sarah Strout. She died in 1920 in Portland (Maine?) .

Sarah - Had a son from her first marriage, Frank and a daughter with Stephen Kimball, Sadie. After Stephens death, Sarah moved to Portland (Maine?) where she lived to be over 90.

Stephen - Had a daughter Lizzie Kimball who married George Littlefield.
 
Married (2) Sarah Strout, who had a son Frank. After Stephen’s death by paralysis in 1889 at Wells, Sarah and her two children moved to Portland where she lived to be over ninety. Sarah died in 1920 at Portland.

Census: 1860 Wells, York, Maine
name age born in
Stephen Kimball 53 Maine
Caroline Kimball 52 Maine
Olive E. Kimball 20 Maine
Charles Littlefield 16 Maine


Census: 1880 Wells, York, Maine
Name relation age born in occupation father born mother born
Stephen Kimball self 72 ME Farmer ME ME
Sarah M. Kimball wife 47 New Brunswick Keeping House IRE IRE
Sarah B. Kimball dau 9 ME   ME New Brunswick

 
There is a Richard Littlefield living on a neighboring farm in 1880, and a Samuel Littlefield living on the other side, and Joshia Littlefield nearby.
Children with Caroline Cole (Quick Family Chart)
i.  Lizzie Kimball was born about 1830.
Lizzie married George Littlefield.

George - - There was a George A. Littlefield living on a farm near Stephen Kimball in 1860 - age 10.
19. Wilbraham Kimball Jr. - was born on 24 Mar 1814 in Jay, Maine. and died on 3 Jun 1870 in Fort Wayne, Ind. . He was the son of Maj. Wilbraham Kimball and Deborah Bourne.
Wilbraham married Ann Hatch Jun 1842. Ann was born about 1815. She is the daughter of Edward Hatch.

Wilbraham - Was a lifelong sufferer from asthma. After moving to Fort Wayne, he kept a Pike toll gate. Had three children, Judge Ivory G. Kimball, Jennie and Israel.


 
Mr Wilbraham Kimball Jr of Jay and Miss Ann Hatch of Wilton intend Marriage Wilton April 24th 1842 Certificate issued May 30th Char M. Morse Town Clerk
(from Records of Publishment and Certificates of Marriages from Ministers of the Gospel and Justices of the Peace - Wilton Maine - Vol. 2 1833)
Children: (Quick Family Chart)
i.  Judge Ivory G. Kimball was born on 5 May 1843 in Wells, York, Maine and died on 15 May 1916 and was buried in Arlington National Cemetary . See #22. below.
ii.  Jennie O Kimball was born in 1856.
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Jennie O Kimball



20. George Washington Kimball - was born on 4 Oct 1826 in Wells, Maine and died on 13 Sep 1892 in Woburn, Mass . He was the son of Maj. Wilbraham Kimball and Deborah Bourne.
George married Maria Melvin on 29 Nov 1849 in Woburn, Mass.. Maria was born on 10 Mar 1823 in Concord, Mass.. She is the daughter of Charles Melvin and Betsy Farrar.

Maria - Left her home in Concord to be with her sister, Eliza (Gage) and to find employment in that town - met George there.

George - occupation: Carpenter - Served twice in Civil War, 5th Rgmt. Served church as ministry of song. Carried bible which was stolen by safe breakers, but returned. (dated 1868) He was a builder in Woburn, Mass. and surrounding towns. He was a fine tenor and very fond of music. Never used Liquor or tobacco in any form. Lived on Mt. Pleasant St. in Woburn near Green St. in 1868 - a 'carpenter and builder'.

Incidents in the life of George W. Kimaball

 
In October '64 he was given a pass to go to Washington to visit his brother Israel. In a letter to mother from Ft.McHenry dated October 4, he speaks about a call on the President as follows: "I saw President Lincoln and stood beside him for five minutes. He is a noble looking man. His picture does not do him justice."
 
In August 1864 four Confederate Spies were brought to Ft. McHenry to be executed and a gallow was ordered for that purpose. George Kimball had it made in readiness for its grim work. The old saying "there's many a slip twixt the cup and the lip" was however exemplified in this instance as he wrote home unde date of August 28. 1864 (Fort McHenry), "We expected to see those men hung this morning but we got dissapointed in it as their reprieve came last night but I did my duty. I had the machine all ready for them and was dissapointed in not seeing how it worked. I guess there never was a job that was watched more closely than the building of this gallows or that caused more talk, but it works like a charm. I had the ropes all up and we supposed that they would be hung but the President has seen fit to have their sentence changed to imprisonment. I think he shows too much leniency for I think if anyone whould be hung it is a spy!"
 
George's comment on this episode is rather remarkable as he was not only a devout Christian but one of the kindest hearted of men. It reflects the feeling of the norther soldier at that most critical time when the Union cause was rather dubious.
 
(James Melvin Kimball)

 
See his father for 1850 census listing.

1880 Census Woburn, Mass.
name relation age born in occupation father born mother born  
George W. Kimball self 54 ME Carpenter ME ME  
Maria Kimball wife 56   MA MA    
James M. Kimball son 22 MA Clerk in store      
Clara M. Stedson dau 29 MA        
George W. Stedson g-son 3 MA   ME MA  
Florence M. Stedson g-dau 1 MA   ME MA  
Children: (Quick Family Chart)
i.  Clara Maria "Caddie" Kimball was born on 30 Oct 1850 in Woburn, Mass. and died on 7 Jan 1927 in Washington . See #23. below.
ii.  Annie Elizabeth Kimball was born on 23 Sep 1854 in Woburn, Mass. and died on 25 Oct 1854 in Woburn, Mass. .

Annie - died at age 1 mo.
iii.  James Melvin Kimball was born on 22 Jun 1853 in Woburn, Ma. and died after 1935 in Washington, Dc .

James - Played in Sousa'a band. And in quartet w/nephew George. Bachelor all his life. Did Kimball Family Genealogy in 1929 and left us a summary of the Resources: 10 sons of Wilbraham Kimball.
 
Lived about 50 years in Woburn. Worked at carpentering and other jobs. Moved to Wash. DC. where he was living with his niece Florence Conn in 1929 and 1930

Census: 1930 District of Columbia
Wallace F. Conn head 57 m-25 Mass Mass Mass Technologist U.S. Government  
Florence S. Conn wife 51 m-25 Mass Maryland Mass none  
Miriam Conn daughter Ohio24     Mass Mass Teacher - DC Public Schools  
Stetson Conn son 21   Ohio Mass Mass File Clerk - SS Ry  
George L. Conn son 17   Penn Mass Mass none  
Jas M. Kimball Uncle 73 S Mass Maine Mass Bookkepper? - Restaurant  


THE BURLINGTON CENTENNIAL

 
The exercises opened with an instrumental selection, Softly rang the Bells of Heaven, by an orchestra conducted by Mr. James M. Kimball of Woburn, Mrs. C. M. Strout of Woburn, as accompanist. Rev. Austin Dodge read scriptural selections and offered prayer.
 
(Later in the program,) Mr. Kimball rendered a saxophone solo, entitled, "Dream of Paradise."
At the celbration of the 100th Anniversary of Burlington, Mass..
(Reproduced from the Woburn News, March 25, 1899)
iv.  George Edward Kimball was born on 22 Jun 1853 in Woburn, Mass. and died on 1 Dec 1941 in Hingham, Mass . See #24. below.
21. Stephen Kimball - was born on 22 Jan 1821 in Wells, ME and died on 29 Nov 1866 in Arlington,MA . He was the son of Stephan Kimball and Hannah Fiske.
Stephen married Amanda Tufts CUtter. Amanda was born on 24 May 1827. (Sources: - 9) (Sources: - 9)
Children: (Quick Family Chart)
i.  Edwin Fiske Kimball was born on 29 Apr 1858 in West Cambridge,MA. See #25. below.
----- Sixteenth Generation -----
22. Judge Ivory G. Kimball - was born on 5 May 1843 in Wells, York, Maine and died on 15 May 1916 and was buried in Arlington National Cemetary . He was the son of Wilbraham Kimball Jr. and Ann Hatch.
Judge Ivory married Anna Lovinia Ferris. Anna was born on 8/9 Jan 1839 in Barre, Orleans, New York. She died on 23 Mar 1914 .

Judge Ivory - Served in the E company of the 55th Indiana Regiment.
 
In the papers of Arthur Alden Kimball filed by his wife in Nov 1997, she says" "His grandfather Ivory G. Kimball was a Civil War veteran who was appointed judge of the Washington, DC, police court by President Cleveland in 1893."
 
The Memorial Amphitheater, at the Arlington National Cemetary, was the dream of Judge Ivory G. Kimball, who wished to have a place to assemble and honor the American defenders.


 
"Judge I. G. Kimball worked hard during several sessions of Congress as the Department Head of the G.A.R. in the District to get the bill thro Congress to build the Arlington Amplitheatre. It finally went thro in President Theo. Roosevelt's Administration, and the Judge was honored by being the one chosen to remove the first spadeful of earth to start the work. His name appears on a bronze tablet on the completed structure. He regarded this as the crowning accomplishment of his life."
(George E.Kimball)


Census: 1880 Washington, Washington, D.C., District of Columbia
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace  
... G. KIMBALL Self M Male W 37 ME Lawyer ME ME  
Anna L. KIMBALL Wife M Female W 41 NY Keeping House NY NY  
Anna L. KIMBALL Mother W Female W 61 ME   ME ME  
Jennie O. KIMBALL Sister S Female W 24 IN At Home ME ME  
Ella KIMBALL Dau S Female W 14 IN At Home ME NY  
Wilbra KIMBALL Son S Male W 12 DC At Home ME NY  
Harry G. KIMBALL Son S Male W 10 DC At School ME NY  
Alice M. KIMBALL Dau S Female W 8 DC ME NY  
Arthur H. KIMBALL Son S Male W 5 DC   ME NY  

 
Because of Kimball's campaign, Congress authorized its construction March 4, 1913. Judge Kimball participated in the ground-breaking ceremony March 1, 1915, but did not live to see his dream completed. Ivory Kimball died May 15, 1916, and was buried in Section 3 of the cemetery, near the Memorial Amphitheater he campaigned to build. President Woodrow Wilson placed its cornerstone Oct. 15, 1915.
 


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Obituary

(Click image to view full size) Resources: Obituary in Washington Post (Sources: - 6)
Children: (Quick Family Chart)
i.  Arthur Herbert Kimball was born on 13 Mar 1875 and died on 24 Aug 1924 . See #26. below.






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Memorial Amphitheater


Arlington National Cemetary - result of the work of Ivory G. Kimball.
23. Clara Maria "Caddie" Kimball - was born on 30 Oct 1850 in Woburn, Mass. and died on 7 Jan 1927 in Washington . She was the daughter of George Washington Kimball and Maria Melvin.
Clara married Clarence P. STETSON on 1 Sep 1875. (Sources: - 10)

Clara - Three children., George, Florence (Conn) and Clarence.
 
James Melvin was living with Florence and Wallace Conn in 1930.
Children:
i.  George Warren STETSON
ii.  Florence Maria STETSON
Florence married Wallace F. Conn.
iii.  Clarence Wilson STETSON
24. George Edward Kimball - was born on 22 Jun 1853 in Woburn, Mass. and died on 1 Dec 1941 in Hingham, Mass . He was the son of George Washington Kimball and Maria Melvin.
George married Alice Tower Howland on 2 Mar 1878. Alice was born on 30 Jun 1857 in Cambridge, Mass.. She was the daughter of William Henry Howland and Helena Maria Thompson Eells. She died on 23 Nov 1932 in Hingham, Mass .

Alice - is a direct descendant of John Howland, who came to America in 1620 on the Mayflower. (Sources: - 11)

George - occupation: Lumber Dealer - 14 children - 9 lived to adulthood. Was a limber dealer in Hingham.

Census: 1910 Hingham, Norfolk Co., Mass - 417 Main Street
name relation age mar status born in father born mother born occupation
George E. Kimball head 56 md 34 Mass Mass Mass Wholesale Lumber Dealer
Alice H. Kimball wife 55 md 34 Mass Mass Mass  
George W. Kimball son 24 S Mass Mass Mass Accountant
Arthur R. Kimball son 13 S Mass Mass Mass  
Catherine Collins servant 20 S Ireland Ireland Ireland 2nd level
Florence Kogan servant 26 S Mass Ireland ? Cook

 
Resources: Kimball Family Photo (Sources: - 11)
Children: (Quick Family Chart)
i.  Helena Moriah Kimball was born on 25 Jun 1878 and died Jul 1975 .
Helena married Arthur Herbert Kimball on 14 Sep 1905. Arthur was born on 13 Mar 1875. He was the son of Judge Ivory G. Kimball and Anna Lovinia Ferris. He died on 24 Aug 1924 .
See Arthur Herbert Kimball below for children.
ii.  James Howland Kimball was born on 4 Apr 1880 and died on 1 May 1964 . See #27. below.
iii.  Mary Lee Kimball was born on 11 Jun 1882 in Hingham, Mass.

Mary - Married Henry Powell - no children - ran the restaurant at the Congress in Wash. D.C.
iv.  Albert Melvin Kimball was born on 19 May 1881 in Quincy, Mass and died on 15 Dec 1930 in Cohasset, Mass . See #28. below.
v.  Alice Josephine Kimball was born on 11 May 1883 and died Jun 1974 .
Alice married Arthur Marsh Stoddard. Arthur was born on 8 Nov 1884 in Hingham, Mass. He is the son of Oliver Hazard Perry Stoddard and Jeannie Louise Smith.

Arthur - worked at the KIMBALL Lumberyard in Hingham Mass. Was referred to as "Six" by most of the family.

Census: 1910 Hingham, Plymouth Co., Mass
Arthur Stoddard head 25 Mass Mass Mass Clerk - Insurance Co.
Josephine Stoddard wife 26 Mass Mass Mass  
Alice l. Stoddard dau 1 Mass Mass Mass  

 
Lived next door to Oliver Tower, who's father, Asa Sushing Tower, was first married to Eliza Stoddard.

Children:
Alice Louise STODDARD b: 11 Feb 1909
Barbara STODDARD b: 29 Jun 1910 - married Laughten Dasha, lived in N. Weymouth, Mass
Oliver Marsh (Ben) STODDARD b: 22 Feb 1913
George Kimball STODDARD b: 24 May 1914 - know as Kimmie.
Charles Howland STODDARD b: 11 Apr 1916 - died abt 1962
Mary Lee STODDARD b: 30 Aug 1920 - married Joe Bernan
John Alden STODDARD b: 23 Mar 1923

 
His son, George Kimball Stoddard wsas known as "Kimmy".
 
Arthur fell through a trapdoor into his basement and died in an unfortunate accident. (Sources: - 12)

Alice - Lived at 100 Hershey St. in Hingham where she was secy. to the Supt. of Schools. - (Sources: - 13)
vi.  George Walter Kimball was born on 6 Dec 1888 in Hingham, Mass. and died on 29 Sep 1941 in Flossmoor, Ill . See #29. below.
vii.  Percival Palmer Kimball was born on 9 Mar 1889 in Hingham, Mass. and died on 30 Mar 1889 in Hingham, Mass. .
viii.  Paul Earle Kimball was born Nov 1891 and died in 1917 .

Paul - died in an Influenza epidemic.
ix.  Ruth Mildred Kimball was born on 11 Dec 1891 and died on 2 Jun 1969 .
Ruth married Carl C, Jones.

Carl - was an attorney for the New Hampshire Public Utilities.

Ruth -
 
Children: Edgar Jones - born about 1916, editor on Baltimore Sun Times; and Dorothy Jones who married Robert F. Williams and lived in Winchester, Mass. (3 children - Dorothy, Jennie and Janice)
x.  William Warren Kimball was born May 1893. See #30. below.
xi.  Arthur Reginald Kimball was born Jun 1897.

Arthur - married - no children - died of a heart attack at about age 42 Lived in East Cambridge and Woburn, Mass.
xii.  Miriam Kimball was born on 21 Aug 1899. (Sources: - 12)
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George Edward Kimball


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Alice Tower Howland (Kimball) 1857-1932


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Helena Moriah Kimball 1878-1975


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Mary Lee Kimball


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Alice Josephine Kimball (Stoddard) 1883-1974


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Ruth Mildred Kimball (1891-1969)


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Arthur Reginald Kimball


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25. Edwin Fiske Kimball - was born on 29 Apr 1858 in West Cambridge,MA. He is the son of Stephen Kimball and Amanda Tufts CUtter.
Edwin married Ellen L. Ripley. (Sources: - 9)

Edwin - taught, and later was head master, at various public schools in the Boston suburbs. (Sources: - 9 - 14)
Children: (Quick Family Chart)
i.  Sidney Fiske Kimball was born on 8 Dec 1888.
Sidney married Marie Goegel.

Marie - cookbook author, 'Thomas Jefferson's Cook Book' (Sources: - 14)

Sidney - attended Harvard University, receiving his Bachelors degree from the Architecture School in 1909 and his Master of Architecture in 1912.
 
The curriculum emphasized formal elements of design based on the history of buildings and the built environment. It was based directly on the model provided by the Ecole des Beaux-Arts. The result, according to Kimball, was that Harvard students, "tended to graduate into teaching, writing and editing rather than practice." His career, in fact, included notable contributions in teaching, writing, editing, and practice.
 
Was an accomplished architectural historian (Fiske Kimball Fine Arts Library, University of Virginia)

Infoplease Entry

 
American architect and writer, b. Newton, Mass.
 
He was professor of architecture and fine arts at the Univ. of Michigan (1912–19) and of art and architecture at the Univ. of Virginia (1919–23) and was in charge of the fine arts department, New York Univ. (1923–25). From 1925 until his retirement in 1955 he was director of the Philadelphia Museum of Art and was responsible for the acquisition of many important collections. Much of his architectural work consisted of the restoration of old houses, e.g., of Monticello, the Jefferson home, near Charlottesville, and Stratford, the seat of the Lees, both in Virginia. With G. H. Edgell he wrote A History of Architecture (1918). He was also the author of Domestic Architecture of the American Colonies (1922), American Architecture (1928), and The Creation of the Rococo (1943).
(Sources: - 14)
----- Seventeenth Generation -----
26. Arthur Herbert Kimball - was born on 13 Mar 1875 and died on 24 Aug 1924 . He was the son of Judge Ivory G. Kimball and Anna Lovinia Ferris.
Arthur married Helena Moriah Kimball on 14 Sep 1905. Helena was born on 25 Jun 1878. She was the daughter of George Edward Kimball and Alice Tower Howland. She died Jul 1975 . (Sources: - 15)

Arthur - was a prominant opthalmolgist.
Children: (Quick Family Chart)
i.  Ruth Howland Kimball See #31. below.
ii.  Arthur Alden Kimball was born in 1908 in Washington, DC and died in 1996 . See #32. below.
iii.  Helena Melvin Kimball died on 4 Aug 0069 .
Helena married Edward Vincent King on 4 Dec 0043.

Helena - was a Civil Service worker.
 
They had five children: Edward V. King, Jr. (b. 7/18/45), Helena Cecelia King (b. 6/16/47), Kathleen Melvin King (b. 7/18/48), Patricia Cotter King (b. 6/11/50), and William Arthur Kimball King (b. 8/25/51). (Sources: - 16)
iv.  Warren Young Kimball was born on 11 Nov 1909 and died about 2002 .
Warren married Eulalie A.. Eulalie was born on 22 Jul 1896. She died on 6 Jul 1993 . (Sources: - 15)

Warren - married Eula - no children - lived in Mass.

email Oct 2007

 
There was a Eula Kimball and a Warren Kimball who lived in Jamestown, Rhode Island. Do you think these are the two from our family branch?
 
--- Yes, Eula and Warren were my aunt and uncle. Uncle Warren was my mother's (Helena M. Kimball King) brother. I didn't know him very well, but my mother was always so happy when he and Eula came to visit our home in San Jose, CA.
 
He was a former fire chief and editor (?) of a fire prevention magazine for a number of years. (I'd have to check with my older siblings to get more information on that.) Uncle Warren wrote religious books which were a bit too heavy for my young taste. I think I still have one of his books somewhere. He was a faithful correspondent with his mother, my grandmother, and she would share his letters with me when I'd stop by to visit (in San Jose, CA, where we lived).
 
He would always write about his daily activities and would tell her how many clams (oysters?) he'd brought up from the bay that day. I have seen pictures of Uncle Warren in his rubber wetsuit, face mask and flippers, and that was quite a sight!!
 
None of us nieces and nephews felt particularly close to Uncle Warren and Aunt Eula, and we chalked that up to the fact that they had no children and didn't seem to appreciate us! (But we were just little kids, so what did we know?)
 
Patty Mendenhall
(Sources: - 17 - 16 - 15)
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Helena Moriah Kimball 1878-1975


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27. James Howland Kimball - was born on 4 Apr 1880 and died on 1 May 1964 . He was the son of George Edward Kimball and Alice Tower Howland.
James married Beatrice Oliver Avery. Beatrice was born on 7 Aug 1889. She died on 25 May 1965 in Hingham, Mass .

Beatrice -

from email from Robert Howland Kimball

 
The interesting story regarding Beatrice and James H. is that after she and James divorced, she moved out to California (San Francisco) and went through 3 or 4 or 5 husbands (who went through her $'s in good fashion). The only one I can recall was a Ben Culler, but she had some silverware with some other initials on it, so I know there were more. Then, when Flossie (Florence) died, Beatrice just happened to be between husbands, and must have contacted James, because she returned to Hingham where they remarried to live happily ever after. My older sister and I went back to visit Bea just after James had died in the winter of 1964/65. She died not too long after we returned to Calif.
(Sources: - 12)

James - Married Florence Titcomb. Had at least one son, James Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James H. Kimball lived in Hingham, Mass. in 1943 Earlier, he had married Beatrice Olive Avery, and he married Beatrice again a few years before he died.
 
The interesting story regarding Beatrice and James H. is that after she and James divorced, she moved out to California (San Francisco) and went through 3 or 4 or 5 husbands (who went through her $'s in good fashion). The only one I can recall was a Ben Culler, but she had some silverware with some other initials on it, so I know there were more. Then, when Flossie (Florence) died, Beatrice just happened to be between husbands, and must have contacted James, because she returned to Hingham where they remarried to live happily ever after.
Children: (Quick Family Chart)
i.  James Avery Kimball was born on 25 Aug 1908 in Hingham, Mass and died on 2 Sep 1965 in Hingham, Mass . See #33. below.
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James Howland Kimball (1880-1964)


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28. Albert Melvin Kimball - was born on 19 May 1881 in Quincy, Mass and died on 15 Dec 1930 in Cohasset, Mass . He was the son of George Edward Kimball and Alice Tower Howland.
Albert married Clara Adele Mapes on 26 Nov 1907 in Cohasset, Mass. Clara was born on 14 Jan 1886 in Cohasset, Mass. She died on 19 Jan 1921 in Boston, Ma .

Albert - was a Fire Chief at Hingham, Mass. He was an electrical engineer and volunteer fireman in Hingham before they had a permanent fire dept.

Great Salem Fire JUne 25, 1914

 
HINGHAM
 
Captain Albert M. Kimball of Engine 2, hearing of the fire, got his company together and they arrived late in the afternoon in two automobiles. As the fire rushed unchecked down Eden street it seemed as if Messervey street would go.
 
Taking advantage of their experience gained at similar fires in their outlying districts where no water is available for the engines, they gathered all the rugs and clothing they could find and taking them to the salt water, wet them, and then lay them on the roof and over the sides of the houses, where an occasional bucket of salt water would keep them wet. Meeting with success at No. 9 Messervey, we soon had plenty of help, and further down the Street had blankets spread and lots of help from a bucket brigade in wetting down the blankets, as they began to smoke our boys took their positions on the roofs and the crowd kept the water coming. The owners said many pleasant things that night.
 
On the north side, about i 1.30 P. M., these boys relieved a crowd of volunteers handling a line on Union street. The volunteers were having quite a time handling it, losing ground all the time through improper handling. Captain Kimball and his boys manned this line till daylight, making the stop on the James Coffey house on one side and the Roache house on the other. Mr. Coffey was much pleased and has since entertained the boys.
(Sources: - 11 - 18)
Children: (Quick Family Chart)
i.  Albert Wishart Kimball Sr was born on 6 Nov 1908 in Hingham, Mass and died on 14 Jan 1980 in Weymouth, Mass . See #34. below.
ii.  Harry Mapes Kimball
Harry married Jean Cavanugh.

Harry - 5 children :
 
Joan Mapes Kimball Minney 1942? married/ divorced 3 children Patrick, Michael, Christopher
 
Carol May Kimball 1945 not married no children
 
Clara Adelle Kimball Kimbal McLaughlin 1947 2 children : Matthew and Mary
 
Susan 1950? not married
 
Harry Mapes Kimball Jr. 1956? married 2children (adopted) Haley & Harrison (Sources: - 11)
iii.  Alice Howland Kimball was born on 12 Nov 1916.
Alice married Admiral Ross P Bullard. He died on 3 May 2002 .

Admiral Ross -
 


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Alice -

Alice Kimball Bullard

 
Local services will be later for Alice Kimball Bullard, who died Friday at Dominican Hospital in Santa Cruz after a short illness. She was 85.
 
Mrs. Bullard was born in Hingham, Mass., and moved to Santa Cruz six months ago from Virginia to be near to her family.
 
The wife of Coast Guard Admiral Ross P. Bullard, she was a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution, the Coast Guard Wife’s Club and Trinity Episcopal Church in Portsmouth, Va. She enjoyed playing mahjongg.
 
Mrs. Bullard is survived by a daughter, Kim Bullard of Boulder Creek; and a son, Hap Bullard Boulder Creek.
 
She also had many beloved "grandcritters" - from tortoises to mules - family member said. Services will be held later in Santa Cruz. Mrs. Bullard will be buried at Trinity Church Cemetery in Portsmouth, Va.
 
Contributions are preferred to St. Jude’s Ranch for Children, PO Box 60100, Boulder City, NV 89005. Arrangements are by Santa Cruz Memorial Park and Funeral Home.
 
(Santa Cruz Sentinel - May 7. 2002)


email form Elena Kimball

 
Alice Howland Kimball Bullard married Ross P. Bullard. both deceased 2 children Alice H. Kimball,Jr 1944 married/divorced no child. Ross P. Bullard,Jr 1948 ? married no children
iv.  Clara Adele Kimball

Clara - lived only a few days.
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Albert Melvin Kimball (1881-1930)


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29. George Walter Kimball - also known as: Walter - was born on 6 Dec 1888 in Hingham, Mass. and died on 29 Sep 1941 in Flossmoor, Ill . He was the son of George Edward Kimball and Alice Tower Howland.
George married May Valborg Christofersen on 12 Aug 1915 in Chicago, Ill.. May was born on 16 May 1888 in Chicago, Ill.. She was the daughter of Christian Christofersen and Josephine Helene Maria Larsen. She died Sep 1933 in Chicago, Illinois .

May - She said her sisters would speak Norwegian on the phone when they didn't want the children to know what they were talking about. Julia, Valdine and May all quit school at 8th grade in order to support their brother Arthur through college (Oberlin)
 
.. May was never really well - she was hospitalized after each child was born with Post Partum Depression. Then had a 'Nervous Breakdown' which eventually caused her to die of Pneumonia in 1933.
  Then George married Marjorie Beach Sep 1934 in Lincoln, Ill.. Marjorie was born in Bushmore, Ill. She was the daughter of William Beach. She died Jan 1953 in Lincoln, Ill. .

Marjorie - Lived at 236 Eighth St. in Lincoln, Ill. Marjorie's father and Uncle Bud (herb) BEACH owned 'ILLICO' - a gas station, petroleum refining and tire franchise in Illinois. Owned about 100 gas cos. - at one time operated an 'Edsel' dealership.
 
Mr. + Mrs. Wm E. Beach, Mrs. H.G. Beach, Miss Jacqueline Beach lived in Lincoln, Ill. in 1943. Jacqueline J. Beach married Rod C. Bonner and they live in Highland, Ind. (1992).
 
Walter and Marjorie adopted Alice Jo in 1938.

George - Played Saxophone in quartet in New England. Choir Director for 30 years. Went to Colby Jr. College, then Amherst for a year. Then went to Portland, Oregon and worked for Studebaker selling cars. Came back to Chicago to go to Moody Bible Inst. and Northwestern Theo. Sem.
 
His first parish was at Cornell, Ill. where Paul Kimball was born. Then he went to Lincoln where they were hosted by the 'Beach' family.

Census: 1920 Lincoln, Illinois - 319 Eight Street
name relation age occupation
George W. Kimball head 34 minister P. church
May B. Kimball wife 31  
Earle P. Kimball son 3 1/2  

 
After a couple years in Lincoln and a couple in France with the AEF for the Y in the motor corps., he decided he wasn't called to the ministry, so he resigned and went to work for the Chamber of Commerce in Lincoln. Then he moved to Chicago where he held the top paying job in Kiwanis Intl. (Executive Secretary)

Census: 1930 Chicago, Cook Co., Illinois 4451 Wrightwood Avenue
name relation age born in father born mother born occupation
George W. Kimball head 44 Mass Mass Mass Secy. Businessman's Organization
May Kimball Wihe 41 Ill Norway Norway none
Earl Kimball son 13 Ill Mass Ill none
Alice Kimball dau 9 Ill Mass Ill none

 
Had a good baritone voice and played tenor sax. He and his brothers and grand-uncle Jim, had a sax quartet which toured New England when they were young.
 
After May died in 1933, moved to Flosmoor, Ill.
Children with May Valborg Christofersen (Quick Family Chart)
i.  Paul Earle Kimball was born on 19 Nov 1916 in Cornell, Ill. and died on 22 Jul 1989 in Indianapolis, Ind and was buried in Washington Park . See #35. below.
ii.  Alice Josephine Kimball was born on 19 Jun 1922 in Lincoln, Ill. and died on 18 Mar 2008 in Tempe, AZ .
Alice married Marvin Floyd "Mark" Spooner on 19 Dec 1945 in San Diego, Ca. Marvin was born on 18 Feb 1925 in Toledo, Ohio. He was the son of Marvin Ray Spooner and Wanda Scholenberger. He died on 1 Jan 1961 in Petersboro, N.H. and was buried in Mt. Auburn - Cambridge, Ma .

Alice - occupation: Teacher, Secy - attended Western College for Women, Oxford, Ohio - B.A. in 1943 - and Hiram College during the summers of 1947, 1948 and 1949. Received a M.A. from the Boston University Graduate School in 1952.
 
Secy of Music Festival in Fish Creek, Door Co., Wisc for 26 years. Alice Jo is on the Board of Directors Emeritus of the Music Festival. After Mark died, she raised her girls, living the winters in Tempe, AZ and the summers in Wisconsin.
 
After Mark graduated from College, he and Alice Jo decided to work on a ranch outside Phoenix Ariz for a year until he was accepted at Harvard, the following year, Rec'd his M.A. in 1951.

Illico Independent Oil

 
Alice's step mother, Marjorie Beach's family owned ILLICO which was a string of Independant Gas stations in Illinois. Marjorie wanted to make sure that Alice inherited her 1/3rd of Illlico when she died, so she formally adopted Alice in 1938.
 
Later, after Marjorie passed away, this proved to be quite helpful in asserting Marjorie's wishes over those of her other family members, who would be just as happy if the ownership stayed in the family.
 
Finally, about 1964, Illico was sold and Alice received the value for her inheritance. She gave a major part of this to her brother, Paul Kimball, so he could share in the inheritance.


letter from James Melvin Kimball to George Walter Kimball in 1934.

 
"I tell your Pa I see now where sister Jo. got her name from. They must have taken it from that old Sch. grandpa K. built in 1827. It was common enough to name a vessel after a girl, why not name a girl after a vessel!
 
(Note: One of Wilbraham Kimball's schooners was named the Alice Josephine. This quote refers to her Aunt Alice Josephine Kimball (Stoddard).)

 
OBITUARY
 
Alice Kimball Spooner, 85, Tempe, Ariz., passed away suddenly and peacefully March 17, 2008. Advertisement
 
Alice was born June 19, 1922, in Lincoln, Ill., and grew up in Flossmoor, attending Thornton Township High School, from which she graduated at the age of 16.
 
During the mid 1920s, the Kimball family began summering in cottages on North Bay near Baileys Harbor, which was so reminiscent of their family home on Cape Cod. G.W. Kimball, Alice's father, eventually owned several North Bay cottages but in the mid-1930s, with the help of Oscar Smith, cleared forest pines and built Deepwood Cabin, the first cabin on North Bay to have indoor plumbing. The North Bay denizens of those years spent many nights in song and on Sunday nights serenaded the Gordon Lodge guests with musicals. Alice was the accordionist!
 
Alice attended Western College for Women in Oxford, Ohio, graduating in 1943 with a B.A. degree in Organ Performance and Voice. She then joined the United States Marine Corps Women's Reserves, attended Chaplaincy school at William and Mary College and served as a Staff Sergeant and Chaplain's assistant at Quantico, Cherry Point, N.C. and Miramar Air Station, San Diego, Calf. She served her country by conducting the base choirs for the Joint Chiefs of Staff and accompanying the likes of Benny Goodman and Ray Heatherton as they performed for the troops.
 
Alice met the love of her life, Marvin Floyd Spooner, in the Marines and married him December 1945 at his hospital bedside when he returned from the Philippines. While Mark was attending Hiram College in Hiram, Ohio, Alice taught eighth grade in Windham. During the summer months, Alice worked as a "jelly" girl at Gordon Lodge, as well as in the box office at the Lake Cinema in Baileys Harbor. Mark also worked at Gordon's, however quit when asked to clean the tennis courts by hand with a scrub brush!
 
The Spooners moved east to Boston, where Alice earned her master's degree in English Literature from Boston University while Mark pursued his doctoral studies in Political History at Harvard University. In 1953, Alice and Mark had twin girls, Alden and Anne. Alice began her doctoral degree in Educational Administration at Harvard University in 1960, however, Mark's sudden death at age 34 prompted Alice to put aside her career plans and devote her time to her children. Alice and the girls moved to Lincoln, Ill., where Alice taught at Lincoln College. Through these difficult years, Alice made many personal sacrifices to assure that her beloved Deepwood Cabin on North Bay could always be called her family's home.
 
Alice moved to Tempe, Arizona, in 1964. She was an active member of the First Congregational Church, serving as secretary, choir member and organist for many years. Alice's volunteer contributions were many, including Girl Scouts, Meals on Wheels and tutoring at Head Start, accompanying the Tempe Senior Songbirds and the Village Harmonicats.
 
Always a sports fan, Alice especially enjoyed Arizona State University Sun Devil baseball, cheering on the Packers and was torn between allegiance to Tiger Woods and ASU's Phil Mickelson. As she grew older, she loved to watch Tiger while doing her NYT crossword puzzles, listening to NPR and talking to her daughters on the phone at the same time.
 
Alice, a lifelong Democrat, took her civic responsibilities very seriously and cast an informed vote in every state and federal election in her life. In fact, Alice donated personal letters from JFK to her husband to Lincoln College. Alice was declared by her grandchildren to be "The World's Oldest Living Encyclopedia"; her voracious reading kept her up-to-date about all things political, grammatical, historical and hysterical.
 
While Alice and her family lived in Tempe, her log cabin on North Bay in Baileys Harbor was truly home. She often recalled that very special day in the early 60s when Kay and Petie Wilson drove out to North Bay and up the long driveway with an invitation to serve as the box office secretary for the Peninsula Music Festival. The token pay Alice would receive was just enough to make it possible for her to continue to bring her children to Door County and the festival didn't mind that she didn't have a phone. While there was no shower or running hot water in the cabin until the early 70s, Alice was always able to greet concert-goers freshly coifed with her cheery smile. Little did they know that she may have spent the afternoon trying to rescue a traveling musician stranded in a foreign city trying desperately to get to Fish Creek in time to perform or locating a missing instrument lost in transit.
 
In addition to serving as the Box Office Secretary for the PMF for more than 20 years, Alice also acted as the summer organist at the Ephraim Moravian Church for almost 30 years, until her feet couldn't pedal as fast as her fingers could play. Alice particularly loved the Sundays when the Peninsula Music Festival brass choir played between services. She found it so thrilling to hear the music resonating out across the bay.
 
Alice was devoted to the Peninsula Music Festival and felt truly privileged to eventually serve on the Board of Directors. She adored the Orchestra members, each and every one, and relished every moment she shared with them, whether it was at a rehearsal, at "half time," or at a fish boil or picnic. As she grew older, Alice loved being able to serve as a "hall monitor" and have a private chance to visit with Victor, whom she adored, and all of the orchestra families.
 
Alice was a steadfast believer in the utmost importance of the relationship between summer and permanent residents. She strove to be sure that all her summer friends knew how much she cared for them and for Door County. She was passionate about the county's preservation both ecologically and historically, a treasured retreat to be respected and protected.
 
Alice is survived by her daughter, Alden Rebecca (Becky) Spooner, and her son, Mark Onsager, Tempe, Ariz., and her daughter, Anne, husband, Larry, and sons, Elliott, Carter and Alden, Santa Barbara, who will continue the family's 80-year tradition of summers in Door County.
 
Please join us to celebrate Alice's life, first at the Peninsula Music Festival's Opening night on August 5. A joy-filled commemorative event will be held at the Ephraim Moravian Church at 6 p.m. Wednesday, August 6, followed by a festive dinner (soiree, as Alice would say) at Alexander's.
 
To celebrate our mother's memory, we would ask you to be kind and genuinely interested in someone today, be curious about the world around you, write a note to someone (by hand if possible; Mom hated e-mail), read a book on a topic that challenges you or takes you on a faraway adventure, sing a song and, always, be of good cheer!
 
If you wish to make a monetary remembrance in Alice's name, please do so to the Peninsula Music Festival, P.O. Box 340, Ephraim, WI 54211. www.musicfestival.com. She would be well pleased and truly grateful.
 
(Green Bay Press-Gazette - July 5, 2008)
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George Walter Kimball


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George Walter Kimball (1868-1941)


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May Valborg Christofersen


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Alice Josephine Kimball (Spooner)
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Alice Josephine Kimball (Spooner)
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Fifth Street Illico Service Station- Lincoln Illinois


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30. William Warren Kimball - also known as: Bill - was born May 1893. He is the son of George Edward Kimball and Alice Tower Howland.
William married Helen Hardwick.

William - was a sales rep for Celetex Plywood. Lived in Amherst, Mass. later moved back to Hingham. Paul Earl Kimball lived with them while he went to school.
 
Alice Jo Kimball and her husband Marvin Spooner lived near Bill's sons when they were in Cambridge and WInchester, Mass.
Children: (Quick Family Chart)
i.  William Warren Kimball

William - married Eleanor and had a son (Robert Kimball) and a daughter (Katherine Kimball). Lived in Glenview, Ill.,
ii.  George Edward Kimball II died in 1985 . See #36. below.
iii.  Richard Kimball

Richard - lives now in Delaware. He married Joan and they had two children, William Kimball and Deborah Kimball.
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William Warren Kimball


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----- Eighteenth Generation -----
31. Ruth Howland Kimball - She is the daughter of Arthur Herbert Kimball and Helena Moriah Kimball.
Ruth married Orville Kenneth "Larry" Larson.

Orville - was a pilot out of Anchorage, Alaska.

Ruth - Had two children Larry Jr. and Ann After Larry died in a plane crash, Ruth married another pilot in Alaska and had another daughter Betsy, and moved down south of San Francisco. (Sources: - 16)
Children:
i.  Ruth Larrianne Larson was born on 14 May 1940 and died in 2006 .

Ruth -

email from Kent Lyman - Aug 2007

 
The information listed about Ruth is partially incorrect and somewhat incomplete. I am the son of Ruth Larrianne Simon (1940-2005) , daughter of Orville Kenneth "Larry" Larson and Ruth Howland Kimball. I have alot of info related to our branch of the Kimball family tree and would be glad to share it with you. I appreciate your efforts to keep geneology data accurate and continuous. Please contact me pertaining to these corrections and additional info.


email from Patricia C. King Mendenhall

 
I am Patricia C. King Mendenhall, granddaughter of Helena M. and Arthur H. Kimball and daughter of Helena Melvin Kimball and Edward V. King. I wish to offer the following additions and corrections to your records. 17th Generation #26--Children of Arthur H. and Helena M. Kimball: i. Ruth Howland Kimball married Larry Larson. They had one child, Larrianne Larson (b. 6/14/40 / d. 2006). Following Larry’s death (as a pilot in Alaska), Ruth married Lewis Rogers, who was in the U.S. military in Alaska. They had two children: Elizabeth (Betsy) Rogers (b. 2/10/44) and Lewis Addison (Tim) Rogers (b. 11/20/45). Ruth died in the 1970s. ii. Arthur Alden Kimball and his wife Betty had one child: Laurie Kimball (b. unknown). iii. Helena Melvin Kimball (my mother) married Edward Vincent King on 12/4/43. She died on 8/4/69. They had five children: Edward V. King, Jr. (b. 7/18/45), Helena Cecelia King (b. 6/16/47), Kathleen Melvin King (b. 7/18/48), Patricia Cotter King (b. 6/11/50), and William Arthur Kimball King (b. 8/25/51). iv. Lastly, Warren Kimball’s wife’s name was Eula (not Elva). He died about 2002, and she died some years earlier. I hope this information can be incorporated into the Kimball genealogy.
32. Arthur Alden Kimball - was born in 1908 in Washington, DC and died in 1996 . He was the son of Arthur Herbert Kimball and Helena Moriah Kimball.
Arthur married Betty.

Arthur - was In pres. Eisenhower's White House Staff in Wash D.C.
 
His wife, Betty, filed a collection of his unpublished writings in the Dwight D. Eisenhower Library in Nov 1997. She included a summary of his life:
 
Kimball entered government service in 1928 when he went to work for the Commerce Department. Over the next several years he worked for the National Recovery Administration and the Social Security Board. At the start of World War II he joined the army and became a budget officer in the War Department. He later served as Chief of Administration for the U.S. prosecution team at the Nazi war crimes trials in Nurnberg, Germany.
 
After the war Kimball worked in the State Department and helped George Marshall establish the Economic Cooperation Administration for administering the Marshall Plan. Kimball later served as head of the International Information Administration, a branch of the State Department.
 
When the IIA became a separate agency, the U.S. Information Agency, in 1953, President Eisenhower allowed Kimball to serve as acting director until the first full-time director, Theodore Streibert, could take office. Kimball then joined the White House staff as staff director of the President’s Advisory Committee on Government Organization (PACGO). He assisted the committee chairmen, Nelson Rockefeller and Arthur Flemming, and managed the work of the committee’s professional staff.
 
In November 1960 President Eisenhower appointed Kimball to the National Labor Relations Board. The Senate did not confirm the appointment and Kimball left government service after John F. Kennedy became president. He practiced law in Washington, DC, for 5 years, and then returned to government service in 1966. He worked for the Social Security Administration and the Department of Health, Education and Welfare. From 1972 to 1974 he was Director of International Training at the Agency for International Development. In December 1974 he retired and moved to Florida where he became alumni officer at the Florida Institute of Technology.

email Oct 2007

 
I am Patricia C. King Mendenhall, granddaughter of Helena M. and Arthur H. Kimball and daughter of Helena Melvin Kimball and Edward V. King. I wish to offer the following additions and corrections to your records. 17th Generation #26--Children of Arthur H. and Helena M. Kimball: i. Ruth Howland Kimball married Larry Larson. They had one child, Larrianne Larson (b. 6/14/40 / d. 2006). Following Larry’s death (as a pilot in Alaska), Ruth married Lewis Rogers, who was in the U.S. military in Alaska. They had two children: Elizabeth (Betsy) Rogers (b. 2/10/44) and Lewis Addison (Tim) Rogers (b. 11/20/45). Ruth died in the 1970s. ii. Arthur Alden Kimball and his wife Betty had one child: Laurie Kimball (b. unknown). iii. Helena Melvin Kimball (my mother) married Edward Vincent King on 12/4/43. She died on 8/4/69. They had five children: Edward V. King, Jr. (b. 7/18/45), Helena Cecelia King (b. 6/16/47), Kathleen Melvin King (b. 7/18/48), Patricia Cotter King (b. 6/11/50), and William Arthur Kimball King (b. 8/25/51). iv. Lastly, Warren Kimball’s wife’s name was Eula (not Elva). He died about 2002, and she died some years earlier. I hope this information can be incorporated into the Kimball genealogy.
Children: (Quick Family Chart)
i.  Laurie Kimball
33. James Avery Kimball - was born on 25 Aug 1908 in Hingham, Mass and died on 2 Sep 1965 in Hingham, Mass . He was the son of James Howland Kimball and Beatrice Oliver Avery.
James married Edwina.

Edwina - They had one child, Karen Ann Kimball, b. 8/11/1934. She married a Jack Moreman Wellinghurst. They had two children, Jack Moreman Wellinghurst, b. 1/24/1957, and James Andrew Wellinghurst, b. 3/31/1961. Jack sr. and one of the sons have passed away.
 
James and Edwina were divorced on 9/20/1937. (Sources: - 12)
  Then James married Elsie Mae Brackett on 16 Dec 1939 in Albuquerque, NM. Elsie was born on 3 Jan 1914 in Boston, Ma. She died on 29 Mar 1997 in Fair Oaks, CA . (Sources: - 12)
Children with Elsie Mae Brackett (Quick Family Chart)
i.  Carol Avery Kimball was born on 21 Mar 1941 in Santa Rosa, CA.
ii.  Robert Howland Kimball was born on 7 Nov 1943 in Salt Lake City, UT.
Robert married Paula Jean Conner.
iii.  Stephanie Lynn Kimball was born on 26 Jan 1948 in Sacramento, CA.
iv.  James Howland Kimball II was born on 2 Apr 1951 in Sacramento, CA.
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James A. Kimball, Robert H. Kimball, and James H. Kimball


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Robert H Kimball and Paula Jean Conner (KImball)


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Robert Howland Kimball



34. Albert Wishart Kimball Sr - was born on 6 Nov 1908 in Hingham, Mass and died on 14 Jan 1980 in Weymouth, Mass . He was the son of Albert Melvin Kimball and Clara Adele Mapes.
Albert married Mildred Ethel Shutt on 11 Dec 1930 in Cohasset, MA. Mildred was born on 9 Mar 1910 in Newark, NJ. She died on 8 Dec 1998 in Hingham, Mass .

Albert -

children
Jean Mapes Kimball Tierney 1938 - no children
Judith Lee Kimball b.1941 d. 1991 - not married
Albert Wisehart Kimball Jr.

 
Albert W. Sr. was the Fire Chief in Hingham (Sources: - 11)
Children: (Quick Family Chart)
i.  Albert Wisehart "Kim" Kimball Jr was born in 1945.
Albert married Eliana Marcia Villela Gomes Soares.

Albert - 3 children:
 
Andre V.G.S. Kimball 1973 ,
 
Lucas V.G.S. Kimball 1976 ,
 
Chritian V.G.S. Kimball 1979,
 
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Albert W. Jr. is a school administrator in Hingham MA. (Sources: - 11)
35. Paul Earle Kimball - was born on 19 Nov 1916 in Cornell, Ill. and died on 22 Jul 1989 in Indianapolis, Ind and was buried in Washington Park . He was the son of George Walter Kimball and May Valborg Christofersen.
Paul married Dorothy Adams Johnston on 17 Apr 1943 in Indianapolis, Ind. Dorothy was born on 5 Jun 1911 in Indianapolis, Ind. She was the daughter of Dr. Samuel A. Johnston and Stella M Adams. She died on 21 Aug 1955 in Indianapolis, Ind. and was buried in Crown Hill Cmty .

Dorothy - Lived in Indianapolis most of her life. Graduated from Tudor Hall School in 1929. She was a member of the Indianapolis Junior League, Dramatics Club and the Second Presbyterian Church.
 
Dorothy was "on top of things" - cleaning and cooking and such when she lived in St. Louis (abt 1942), but by the time she moved to Greeley (abt 1944) she seemed overwhelmed by housekeeping and such.
  Then Paul married Margaret Buchanan Morton. Margaret was born on 1 May 1917 in Illinois. She was the daughter of Alexander Robert Morton and Naomi Porter Dugan. She died on 1 Jan 2005 in Indianapolis, Indiana .

Margaret - was living with her Grandfather, Charles Ambrose Dugan, at time of 1920 Census. After her father remarried, she went to live with her parents in Waukasha, Wisconsin. Moved to Indianapolis about 1942.

Paul - occupation: Lighting Engineer - graduated from Univ. of Ill. in 1938 - Delta Upsilon First appearance in Indianapolis was in 1952 - a sales correspondent for Mallory's - in 1954 he was a production planner for American Machine Tool - went to work for Indianapolis Power and light in 1960.
 
Paul met Dorothy while he was stationed at Fort Knox. He and his buddies probably drove up from Louisville to Indianapolis where they met.
 
Married at 2127 N. Delaware in Indianapolis, then lived at various army bases, including Ft. Leonard Wood in St. Louis, where his sister Alice Jo Kimball remembers visiting them. Also, they lived in Greely, Co when their daughter Susan was a baby.
 
Paul's first full time job was as sports and features editor for the La Grange Ill. 'Citizen' Was a feature writer for the American Poultry Journal.
 
Lived at 2127 North Delaware in 1952, 3830 Carrolton in 1956 and 539 N. Central Ct. in 1960.
Children with Dorothy Adams Johnston (Quick Family Chart)
i.  Susan May Kimball was born on 2 Jun 1944 in Cheyenne, Wy.
Susan married Jon Edward Erikson on 24 Aug 1963 in Indianapolis, Ind.. Jon was born on 7 Nov 1941 in Indianapolis, Ind.. He was the son of Oscar Walter Erikson and Dorothy Helen Ferguson. He died on 14 Sep 2005 in Denver, Colorado .
See Erikson family for children.
ii.  Sally Johnston Kimball was born on 10 Jun 1947 in Lincoln, Ill.
Sally married Albert Douglass Hart Jr on 9 Nov 1968 in Indianapolis, Ind. Albert was born on 16 Apr 1947 in Chicago, Ill. He is the son of Albert Douglass Hart Sr and Ruth Amelia Bibbins.

Sally - occupation: Pediatric nurse - Graduated from Methodist School of Nursing - Indianapolis, In - 1968. Sally was the Office Nurse for Dr. William Moon from 1978 to 1990. Worked for Dr. Kenneth Katz since 1992 - a pediatrician in Englewood, Co.
 
Sally received a BA from Univ. of Colorado Denver in 1998 as an English Major. And a Master's Degree in May English in 2003.
 
In 2004, Sally started teaching Film Studies at Boulder Preparatory High School in Boulder, Colorado.
See Hart family for children.
Children with Margaret Buchanan Morton (Quick Family Chart)
iii.  James Morton Kimball was born on 27 Apr 1959 and died on 1 May 2001 in Florida Gulf Coast . See #37. below.
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Paul Earle Kimball
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Dorothy Johnston



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Sally Johnston Kimball (Hart)
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36. George Edward Kimball II - died in 1985 . He was the son of William Warren Kimball and Helen Hardwick.
George married Sue Laslie.

George - was an Army Colonel at Ft. Leavenworth and had seven children: George Edward III Kimball, Timothy L. Kimball, Richard O. Kimball, Jennifer Sue Kimball, Peter William Kimball, Rebecca Howland Kimball, and Jonathan James Kimball.
Children: (Quick Family Chart)
i.  George Edward Kimball III See #38. below.
ii.  Rebecca Howland Kimball See #39. below.
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37. James Morton Kimball - was born on 27 Apr 1959 and died on 1 May 2001 in Florida Gulf Coast . He was the son of Paul Earle Kimball and Margaret Buchanan Morton.
James married Cindy Sue Bush. Cindy was born on 12 Apr 1957 in Hoisington, Kansas. She is the daughter of Woodrow Leon Bush and Alice Lorene Marker.
  Then James married Deborah Williamson on 15 Mar 1992. Deborah was born on 17 Jan 1959 in Atlanta, Ga. She is the daughter of George Williamson and Joan Jesse Tothill.

James - was a firefighter with the Alpharetta, Ga fire department for three years when he and a fellow firefighter, Eli Nichols, were lost at sea.
 
The two firefighters didn't return from their day of fishing on the Gulf of Mexico, and were reported missing. Hundreds of Coast Guard, police and fire personnel, including fellow firefighters from Alpharetta, searched a 40,000 square mile area for more than 80 hours, looking for their 18-foot bass boat. Finally, after four days their capsized boat and bodies were discovered. Both Kimball and Nichols had died from hypothermia.
 
Resources: Newspaper Articles remembering James Kimball
Children with Cindy Sue Bush (Quick Family Chart)
i.  Lorene Kimball was born on 27 Apr 1980 in Springfield, Mo. See #40. below.
ii.  Kristina Alden Kimball was born on 3 Mar 1983 in Kansas City, Mo.
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James Morton Kimball
1959-2001



38. George Edward Kimball III - He is the son of George Edward Kimball II and Sue Laslie.
George married Marjorie Ostrow Seeger Marash on 3 Apr 2004.
Children: (Quick Family Chart)
i.  Darcy Maeve Kimball was born in 1984.
ii.  George Edward Kimball IV was born in 1988.
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George and Marge Kimball


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Darcy Maeve Kimball


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George Edward Kimball IV


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39. Rebecca Howland Kimball - She is the daughter of George Edward Kimball II and Sue Laslie.
Rebecca married Robert Stefan Sallee on 29 Dec 1984.

Rebecca - Source for family: email from Rebecca Sallee November 2005
 
Lived in Madison, Alabama in 2005.
Children:
i.  Robert Nicholas Sallee was born on 25 Jan 1986.
ii.  Caroline Kimball Sallee was born on 25 Oct 1989.
----- Twentieth Generation -----
40. Lorene Kimball - was born on 27 Apr 1980 in Springfield, Mo. She is the daughter of James Morton Kimball and Cindy Sue Bush.
Lorene married Mr. Siebert.
  Then Lorene married Emilio Vazquez de la Rosa. Emilio was born on 27 Nov 1981. He is the son of Emilio Vazquez Rocha and Maria del Carmen de la Rosa.
Children with Mr. Siebert
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ii.  Living
Children with Emilio Vazquez de la Rosa
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Sources:
1 Ancestry World Tree Project McCallum. Priestley, Newhall and Fellows Web: http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:1092821&id=1727
2 Descendants of Caleb Kimball of Wells, Maine Jeff Martin, Kimball Family Association Web: http:www.geocities.com/heartland/9211/KIMBALL.htm (view detail...)
3 Kimball Genealogy Jana Wellman Ulrich Web: http://members.aol.com/janau/kimball.htm (view detail...)
4 Custer Genealogy Orene Ehlers Custer Web: http://www.angelfire.com/tx4/custer/kimball.html
5 AOL Search 15256 Web: http://www2.southwind.net/~walz/HTML/duo... (view detail...)
6 Reflections of a Busy Life Judge Ivory G. Kimball The Carnahan Press, Washington D. C. - 1912 (view detail...)
7 Our Folks Revisited Albert D. Hart Jr. 1991/1993
8 Descendants of Caleb Kimball of Wells, Maine Jeff Martin Web: http://www.geocities.com/mainegenie2/KIMBALL.htm
9 Ismith - Gencircles Michael L. Weber Web: http://www.gencircles.com/users/mikerose1/30/data/33441
10 DewTree genealogy Douglas Wood Web: http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:2786523&id=I111
11 email from Albert (Kim) and Eliana Kimball Eliana Kimball Dec 2004 (view detail...)
12 email from Robert Kimball Robert Howland Kimball Nov 2004
13 dewtree Douglas Wood Web: http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:2786523&id=I557783872
14 email from Joan Kimball Joan Kimball - Bloomingdale, IL June 2005 (view detail...)
15 Social Security Death Index
16 email from Patricia C. King Mendenhall Patricia C. King Mendenhall Oct 2007 (view detail...)
17 dewtree Douglass Wood Web: http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:2786523&id=I557783403
18 The Salem Fire ARTHUR B. JONES 1914 (view detail...)

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