Werrenner, Elizabeth (b. 28 JAN 1825, d. 26 AUG 1826)
Note: Died of scaulding burns
Note: Died from a fever contracted in the pine woods while he was employed in one of
the Blomberg camps. He was preparing himself for the ministery and was earning
money to prepare for his studies.
Note: No Children
Note: Enlisted 9 August 1862 Company B, 22nd Michigan Infantry
Note: Headstone is Harry Werrenner - born 31 March 1823. The stone was erected by the administrator of the estate and the name was incorrectly spelled and the birth date does not agree with the family bible that was brought from England. He was a farmer and possessed several large farms in Oakland and Macomb Counties
Note: Moved away and trace was lost
Note: Genealogy of the Folsom family : a revised and extended edition, including English records 1638-1938
Vol. 1 Third Generation 1_93
Susanna who m. in Greenland NH 17 octb. 1765 Redman Moulton, bapt. in Hampton Falls 13 July 1746, her step-brother. Redman Moulton was a Revolutionary War soldier in Capt. henry Elkins's company at Pierce Island November 5 1775; aslo, was ensign in Capt. Moses Leavitt's company, Col. Abraham Drake's regiment at Stilwater, Sept. 8, 1777; discharged from Service 8-19-1778(N.H.Rev. War Rolls, Vol. 1, pp. 230, 250; Vol. 2 pp.319, 331,339, 524). Redman Moulton moved to Effingham NH where he died; his will dated 11-27-1823, mentions wife Susanna, "honored mother Susanna a comfortable maintenance," and children, oldest son Johnathan, Nathaniel, Abigail, Eunice, Hannah, Susanna, Polly, Loiuse, Betsey, Nancy, Mehitable, James and Richard. Redman Moulton and family are buired in the pasture on his farm in Effingham (now Freedom). The headstones have been removed, and exact spot not known.
History of Hampton Falls, NH.P 544-545
Just below the Melcher place, near the site of the late Nathan
Moulton's barn, lived Redman Moulton, son of Richard and grandson
of Benjamin, who married Hannah Wall. He was baptized
July 13, 1746. He was a soldier from this town in the Revolutionary
War. His name does not appear upon the record after 1795.
We can find nothing of his family, or whether he left any descendants.
Afterward Benjamin Pike, son of Benjamin, lived and died
here. The house was removed soon after 1800.
Upon the north side of the road east of the cemetery was the
homestead of Capt. Nathan Moulton, son of Thomas Moulton and
Elizabeth Brown. He was a captain in that branch of the militia
called the troop. He built his house in 1816. He married, first,
Charlotte Prescott of Kensington; second, Sarah, daughter of Josiah
Brown of Stratham. He died in 1863. He had a large family ofchildren. Samuel, the eldest, married Betsey J. Brown of Epping.
He died in Salisbury, Mass., in 1895. Nathan A. was a teacher
in Newburyport and Salem, Mass. He was postmaster of New-
buryport during Lincoln's administration, and died in 1887. Charlotte
A. married Thomas C. Shaw of Kensington, and died in 1868.
Sarah married Thomas C. Shaw and died soon after. Mary J.
married Elder Joseph Graves and lived upon the homestead.
George lives in New Berne, N. C. Hattie married, first, Silas Little
of Newbury, Mass.; second, Samuel A. Hatch of Greenland. She
died soon after. Emma died unmarried. Several other children
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