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William Mead Thrall

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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  William Mead Thrall was born 23 Dec 1820 (son of Samuel Monroe Thrall, I and Mahalia Mead); died 1821.

Generation: 2

  1. 2.  Samuel Monroe Thrall, I was born 6 Feb 1788, Rutland, Vermont, USA (son of Samuel Thrall and Triphosa Cooley); died 1832.

    Other Events:

    • Alt. Death: 1830, Granville, Licking, Ohio, USA

    Notes:

    (Medical):Walter G Thrall's 1862 Genealogy book says ... "Samuel was killed about the year 1832, by the kick of a horse."

    Samuel married Mahalia Mead 9 Nov 1815, Licking County, Ohio, USA. Mahalia died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]


  2. 3.  Mahalia Mead died Yes, date unknown.
    Children:
    1. Rachel Smith Thrall was born 1816; died 1822.
    2. James Monroe Thrall was born 1818; died Yes, date unknown.
    3. 1. William Mead Thrall was born 23 Dec 1820; died 1821.
    4. Samuel Monroe Thrall, II was born 7 Jul 1822, Granville, Licking, Ohio, USA; died Yes, date unknown.
    5. Rachael Jemima Thrall was born 1824; died 1831.
    6. William Mead Thrall was born 14 Dec 1826; died Aft 1853.
    7. James Cooley Thrall was born 20 Jul 1828; died Yes, date unknown.
    8. Timothy Cooley Thrall was born 20 Jun 1830; died Yes, date unknown.
    9. Joseph Smith Thrall was born 20 Jun 1830; died Yes, date unknown.


Generation: 3

  1. 4.  Samuel Thrall was born 31 Aug 1760 (son of Samuel Thrall and Lucy Winchell); died 8 May 1815.

    Notes:

    Walter G Thrall's 1862 Genealogy book says ... "Samuel, Jr., the son of Samuel and Lucy, was born August 31, 1760, and died May 8, 1815. He married Triphosa Cooley, sister of the Rev. Dr. Cooley, for more than half a century the pastor of the Congregational Church in Granville, Massachusetts. Samuel was one of the Licking Land Company, who, with others, removed from Granville Massachusetts, in the year 1805, and formed the first settlement in Granville, Ohio, where the Company had purchased a township and three-quarters of land at about three dollars per acre. He was a farmer, a member of the Congregational Church, an honest, industrious and respectable citizen. He had been a soldier in the war of the Revolution; his widow died in 1841, aged 74 years.

    They had seven sons : James, Aurelius, Samuel, Cotton M., Alexander, William and Timothy L; and five daughters: Sarah, who married Jacob Goodrich; Mary Ann, who married P. Dean; Abigail, who married George Plumb, and after his death Ira Wood; Lucy, who married Azel Mead, and Barbary, who died aged eleven years. All except the last named had families. James was killed about the year 1814, by the fall of a log or tree while he was chopping it. Aurelius was killed about the year 1831, by the falling of a bank of earth on him, while he was working near it. Samuel was killed about the year 1832, by the kick of a horse; and Cotton M. was killed about the year 1848, by a fall from a wagon. Strange fatality! that the four brothers should, by accident, at different times and ways, meet a sudden death."

    Occupation:
    Farmer

    Occupation:
    Licking Land Company

    Occupation:
    Soldier in US revolution

    Religion:
    Congregational Church

    Samuel — Triphosa Cooley. Triphosa was born Abt 1767, Granville, Hampden, Massachusetts, USA; died 1841. [Group Sheet]


  2. 5.  Triphosa Cooley was born Abt 1767, Granville, Hampden, Massachusetts, USA; died 1841.
    Children:
    1. James B. Thrall was born , Granville, Licking, Ohio, USA; died 1814.
    2. Aurelius Thrall was born , Rutland, Vermont, USA; died 15 Sep 1831, Newark, Licking, Ohio, USA.
    3. Colton Mather Thrall died 4 Jan 1848.
    4. Sarah Thrall died Yes, date unknown.
    5. Mary Ann Thrall died Yes, date unknown.
    6. Abigail Thrall died Yes, date unknown.
    7. Lucy Thrall died Yes, date unknown.
    8. Barbary Thrall
    9. 2. Samuel Monroe Thrall, I was born 6 Feb 1788, Rutland, Vermont, USA; died 1832.
    10. Alexander Thrall was born 17 Nov 1794, Granville, Hampden, Massachusetts, USA; died 5 Jun 1865, Brownhelm, Lorain, Ohio, USA.
    11. William C. Thrall was born 11 Sep 1797, Granville, Hampden, Massachusetts, USA; died 1856.
    12. Timothy Lyman Thrall was born 1800, Granville, Hampden, Massachusetts, USA; died Aug 1838, Berkshire, Delaware, Ohio, USA.


Generation: 4

  1. 8.  Samuel Thrall was born 11 Jul 1737, Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, USA (son of John Thrall, II and Mary Roberts); died 3 Dec 1821, West Rutland, Rutland, Vermont, USA.

    Other Events:

    • Name: Captain-Revol.
    • Residence: Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, USA
    • Military Service: 1762
    • Occupation: 1788
    • Residence: 1790, Rutland, Vermont, USA

    Notes:

    Walter G Thrall's 1862 Genealogy book says ... "Samuel 1st (the writer’s grandfather) was a farmer, active vigorous and industrious. He was an officer in the English service in the French war of 1762 and a Captain in the American service in the war of the Revolution. Before the Revolution he removed from Windsor to Granville, Massachusetts. He sympathized with the malcontent Shays, in 1784, and suffered considerably thereby. In 1788 he was a member of the Legislature of Massachusetts.

    In 1790 he removed to Rutland, Vermont. All his sons and daughters moved there about the same time, except Samuel, Jr., Lucy and Worthy. Samuel 1st had the reputation of a sensible honest man, and exercised considerable influence in society. He was about 5 feet 9 inches in height and weighed about 150 pounds, which was lighter than the average of his brothers or children. He was many years a consistent member of the Congregational Church in West Rutland. He died December 3, 1821 aged 84 years and 5 months. He was the last survivor of his generation.

    In the year 1820 he had six living sons and daughters, sixty-two living grand children, twenty-eight great grand children, and several of the fifth generation.

    His children ... the first mary and James died young. All the others had large families." ______________________________

    D Stephen Thrall's Genealogy of the Thrall's says on page 23 ...

    "As the Winchell family were near neighbours and good friends of the Thrall family, Samuel Thrall and his older sister both maried Winchells. Samuel was a good student, and he was given jobs that required a knowledge of bookkeeping and record keeping, and as he moved from Windsor to Granville, Mass, and then to Rutland, Vermont, he told his children about their forebears. He moved to Granville, Massachusetts and reared his family there. The country was hilly but he had a farm in Granville, and moved from there to Vermont in 1790. samuel Thrall served in the Colonial Army and held a commission in the English troops in the French War of 1762. When the Revolution came he was 39 years old and he enlisted in the Colonial Army. He was a Supply Officer in the Massachusetts Militia at Ticonderoga and several other campaigns. In the last year of the Revolution, he was Captain of a Company of Militia that marched into the Mohawk Valley to stop an English or Indain attack. His son Jesse, served the same Company. After the war, Samuel Thrall returned to Granville, Mass, and in 1788-89 was a member of the General Court at Boston. He had sympathised with the leaders of Says' Rebellion, however, on the currency situation, and as a result suffered much criticism, and his property was threatened. In 1790 at the age of 53, he moved to Vermont with most of his children and most of his worldly goods. For thirty years he was a much revered citizen of Rutland. His property was in what is now West Rutland, and marble quarries are near the old Thrall homestead. Samuel is buried in the old west Rutland Cemetary and a marble marker tells of his Revolutionary activites. His wife lucy, and son Chauncey Thrall are buried nearby. Samuel was five feet nine inches tall and weighed a little over 160 pounds. He remained in sound health until shortly before he died at the age of 84."

    Military Service:
    American revolutionary soldier#

    Religion:
    Congregational Church

    Military Service:
    English Army

    Occupation:
    Member of Legislature of Massachusetts

    Samuel — Lucy Winchell. Lucy (daughter of Martin Winchell and Lucy) died 3 Dec 1821, West Rutland, Rutland, Vermont, USA. [Group Sheet]


  2. 9.  Lucy Winchell (daughter of Martin Winchell and Lucy); died 3 Dec 1821, West Rutland, Rutland, Vermont, USA.

    Other Events:

    • Residence: Simsbury, Connecticut, USA

    Notes:

    Walter G Thrall's 1862 Genealogy book says ... "Samuel’s wife, Lucy, was a woman of plain manners, stout frame and robust health; a kind-hearted Christian, always ready and willing to do her whole duty to her family and neighbors. Her father died February 15, 1785. Her brothers were Martin, Nathaniel and Dan. She had one sister, Deborah, who married Simeon Lewis, of Windsor, Connecticut.

    Children:
    1. Mary Thrall died , Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, USA.
    2. Theodosia Thrall was born 11 Jul 1755, Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, USA; died Yes, date unknown.
    3. Lucy Thrall was born 23 Jul 1757; died 21 Aug 1824, Stafford, Tolland, Connecticut, USA.
    4. 4. Samuel Thrall was born 31 Aug 1760; died 8 May 1815.
    5. Aaron Thrall was born 25 Jan 1763; died 7 Jul 1810.
    6. Jesse Thrall was born 7 May 1765, Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, USA; died 16 Dec 1843, Circleville, Pickaway, Ohio, USA.
    7. Eliphas Thrall was born 23 Jun 1767, Granville, Hampden, Massachusetts, USA; died 15 Mar 1834.
    8. Captain Worthy Thrall was born 27 May 1769; died 15 Jul 1816.
    9. Chauncy Thrall was born 6 Dec 1772, Granville, Hampden, Massachusetts, USA; died 4 Apr 1844, West Rutland, Rutland, Vermont, USA.
    10. Polly Thrall was born 9 Feb 1775; died 26 Jul 1840, Lockport, Niagara, New York, USA.
    11. Mary Thrall was born 17 Sep 1778; died 17 May 1782.

  3. Children:
    1. Rev. Dr. ? Cooley died Yes, date unknown.
    2. 5. Triphosa Cooley was born Abt 1767, Granville, Hampden, Massachusetts, USA; died 1841.




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