Angie Sullivan's Family Tree August 2005

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  • ID: I13795
  • Name: Catherine AMORY
  • Surname: Amory
  • Given Name: Catherine
  • Sex: F
  • Birth: 1769
  • Death: 1832
  • _UID: F1DFF3B9FFA4B34BAEB6FB2E1A37F0766106
  • Note:
    Taken from genealogy.com on May 21, 2005 -
    The Pilgrims of Boston and their Descendants

    The children of John Amory and Catherine Greene, were:

    1. John Amory, born 1759, married Catherine Willard, of Lancaster. His only child was Mrs. Henry Codman. He died 1832.

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    2. Rufus G. Amory, born 1760, graduated at Harvard College 1773, studied law, was admitted to the bar, and acquired a lucrative practice. He married Miss Nancy Geyer, and resided in Beacon-street on Boston, and at Elm Hill in Roxbury. His children were Mrs. Joseph L. Cunningham, Mrs. Col. Freeman, Mrs. Dr. Jeffries, and Mrs. Edward Linzee Cunningham. Mr. Amory died 1833.

    3. Thomas Amory, born 1762, was a merchant, in partnership with his brother John. He erected the large building at the head of Park-street for his dwelling, but commercial reverses prevented his occupying it. He resided long at Roxbury, and died there in 1823. He married Miss Elizabeth Bowen, of Providence. Their children are: Mrs. Robert Ives, of Providence, Mr. W. Raymond Lee, and two other sisters, of Roxbury, living, and John H. Amory, Thomas Amory, and Rev. Mrs. Howe, deceased.

    4. Jonathan Amory, born 1763, married Miss Lydia Fellowes, of Cuba. Their children were Mrs. David Eckley, Mrs. John Lowell, wife of the founder of the Lowell Institute, and Mrs. Poussin, of France. He died 1820.

    5. William Amory, born 1765, graduated at Cambridge 1784, and married Lucy Fletcher. His children were Caroline and Lucy, who married Mr. Bennet, and afterwards Mr. Haskell. He died 1792.

    6. Francis Amory, born 1766, married Miss Sarah Kirkland, sister of President Kirkland, and resided at Milton. His children were: Francis, George, and Mrs. Charles G. Loring. He died 1845.

    7. Catherine, born 1769, married John Codman. Her children were: Francis Codman, Mrs. Hurd, of New York, and Mrs. Wm. Ropes, living, and George Codman, Miss Elizabeth Codman, and William Codman, deceased. She died 1832.

    8. Rebecca, born 1771, married John Lowell. Their children were: John Amory Lowell, and two daughters. She died 1842.

    9. Mary, born 1773, married Mr. George Bethune. Their children were: George A. Bethune, and John M. Bethune. She died 1844.

    10. Ann, born 1774, married first John McLean, who left a large

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    estate to Harvard College and the Massachusetts Hospital, the branch of which at Somerville bears his name, and who died in 1824. Mrs. Lee died in 1834, leaving no children.

    On a Tankard now in the possession of the family, and which is mentioned in the will of Mrs. Martha Amory, of South Carolina, dated 1699, is engraved the shield annexed, which is that stated in Burke, to belong to the branch of the family settled in Oxfordshire, in England.
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    Taken from A Genealogy of the Russell Family of Charlestown compiled by Mary Russell and Richard Sullivan 1806 - 1905

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    Margaret Russell

    The Descendants of John Codman

    John Codman born Jan. 17, 1755 died May 16, 1803
    Married (1) Margaret Russell July 15, 1781 born Dec 8, 1757. died Mar 12, 1789
    Married (2) Catherine Amory Feb 11, 1791.
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  • Change Date: 21 May 2005 at 01:00:00



    Father: John AMORY
    Mother: Catherine GREENE b: 22 Nov 1731 in Boston, Massachusetts

    Marriage 1 John CODMAN b: 17 Jan 1755
    • Married: 11 Feb 1791
    • Note:
      Taken from genealogy.com on May 21, 2005 -
      The Pilgrims of Boston and their Descendants

      The children of John Amory and Catherine Greene, were:

      1. John Amory, born 1759, married Catherine Willard, of Lancaster. His only child was Mrs. Henry Codman. He died 1832.

      Page 72
      Page 73

      2. Rufus G. Amory, born 1760, graduated at Harvard College 1773, studied law, was admitted to the bar, and acquired a lucrative practice. He married Miss Nancy Geyer, and resided in Beacon-street on Boston, and at Elm Hill in Roxbury. His children were Mrs. Joseph L. Cunningham, Mrs. Col. Freeman, Mrs. Dr. Jeffries, and Mrs. Edward Linzee Cunningham. Mr. Amory died 1833.

      3. Thomas Amory, born 1762, was a merchant, in partnership with his brother John. He erected the large building at the head of Park-street for his dwelling, but commercial reverses prevented his occupying it. He resided long at Roxbury, and died there in 1823. He married Miss Elizabeth Bowen, of Providence. Their children are: Mrs. Robert Ives, of Providence, Mr. W. Raymond Lee, and two other sisters, of Roxbury, living, and John H. Amory, Thomas Amory, and Rev. Mrs. Howe, deceased.

      4. Jonathan Amory, born 1763, married Miss Lydia Fellowes, of Cuba. Their children were Mrs. David Eckley, Mrs. John Lowell, wife of the founder of the Lowell Institute, and Mrs. Poussin, of France. He died 1820.

      5. William Amory, born 1765, graduated at Cambridge 1784, and married Lucy Fletcher. His children were Caroline and Lucy, who married Mr. Bennet, and afterwards Mr. Haskell. He died 1792.

      6. Francis Amory, born 1766, married Miss Sarah Kirkland, sister of President Kirkland, and resided at Milton. His children were: Francis, George, and Mrs. Charles G. Loring. He died 1845.

      7. Catherine, born 1769, married John Codman. Her children were: Francis Codman, Mrs. Hurd, of New York, and Mrs. Wm. Ropes, living, and George Codman, Miss Elizabeth Codman, and William Codman, deceased. She died 1832.

      8. Rebecca, born 1771, married John Lowell. Their children were: John Amory Lowell, and two daughters. She died 1842.

      9. Mary, born 1773, married Mr. George Bethune. Their children were: George A. Bethune, and John M. Bethune. She died 1844.

      10. Ann, born 1774, married first John McLean, who left a large

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      estate to Harvard College and the Massachusetts Hospital, the branch of which at Somerville bears his name, and who died in 1824. Mrs. Lee died in 1834, leaving no children.

      On a Tankard now in the possession of the family, and which is mentioned in the will of Mrs. Martha Amory, of South Carolina, dated 1699, is engraved the shield annexed, which is that stated in Burke, to belong to the branch of the family settled in Oxfordshire, in England.
      ______________________________________________________

      Taken from A Genealogy of the Russell Family of Charlestown compiled by Mary Russell and Richard Sullivan 1806 - 1905

      page 49

      Margaret Russell

      The Descendants of John Codman

      John Codman born Jan. 17, 1755 died May 16, 1803
      Married (1) Margaret Russell July 15, 1781 born Dec 8, 1757. died Mar 12, 1789
      Married (2) Catherine Amory Feb 11, 1791.
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    Children
    1. Has No Children Francis CODMAN
    2. Has No Children CODMAN
    3. Has No Children CODMAN
    4. Has No Children George CODMAN
    5. Has No Children Elizabeth CODMAN
    6. Has No Children William CODMAN
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