(10) 1.1.4a.1.4b.1a.5a.4.1.2 SUBMIT CUSHMAN 7931, 5556
Birth29 Dec 17887931
FlagsGen #8
(Azel, Consider, Nathaniel, Isaac, Isaac, Thomas, Robert). Daughter of Azel Cushman and Luranna (Wood) Cushman.
SpouseAARON SCOTT7931 , 5557
He of Gill. 7931
Family ID3814

(10) 1.1.4a.1.4b.1a.5a.4.1.3 ALVAH CUSHMAN 2824,7931, 9309
Birth6 Nov 17947931,8054
Death MemoMay have died in the state of NY
ResidenceMontague, MA7776
FlagsGen #8
Son of (Azel, Consider, Nathaniel, Isaac, Isaac, Thomas, Robert). Son of Azel Cushman and Luranna (Wood) Cushman. M Eunice Bangs (sister of his sister Dolly’s husband) of Montague, 4 July 1814. She was the day. of John Bangs, and was b 16 Aug 1796. He left Montague about the year 1818 and has not been heard of since. It is supposed he d. in state of NY. He had one day. His widow m 2nd Marcus Chapin of Bernardston, 5 Junne 18307931
SpouseEUNICE BANGS7931 , 1740
Birth16 Aug 17967931
Death17 Nov 1856, age: 60190
BurialCenter Cemetery, Bernardston, Franklin Co. MA8055
She of Montague. Eunice Bangs, daughter of John Bangs of Montague, and sister of Dolly’s husband. Had one daughter. 7931 Photo of stone at Find A Grave.8055
Family ID1168
ChildrenSOPHRONIA BRAINARD , 1764 (1815-1865)

(11) 1.1.4a.1.4b.1a.5a.4.1.3.1 SOPHRONIA BRAINARD CUSHMAN 7776, 1764

(10) 1.1.4a.1.4b.1a.5a.4.1.4 OLIVIA CUSHMAN 7941, 5559
Birth26 Nov 1797, MA7941,190
FlagsGen #8
(Azel, Consider, Nathaniel, Isaac, Isaac, Thomas, Robert). Daughter of Azel Cushman and Luranna (Wood) Cushman. Had chil. 7941
SpouseNATHANIEL BERRY7941 , 5560
Birthabt 1795, MA190,8056
He of Salem. He is employed in the museum of the “Salem East India Marine Society”.7941
Family ID3816

(10) 1.1.4a.1.4b.1a.5a.4.1.5 LURANNA CUSHMAN 7941, 5561
Birth30 Apr 18007941
FlagsGen #8
(Azel, Consider, Nathaniel, Isaac, Isaac, Thomas, Robert). Daughter of Azel Cushman and Luranna (Wood) Cushman.
SpouseAMOS BEMIS7941 , 5562
Family ID3817

(10) 1.1.4a.1.4b.1a.5a.4.1.6 ELECTA CUSHMAN 7941, 5563
Birth17 Jun 1802, Montagure, Franklin Co., MA7941,190,8057
Death25 Nov 1881, Reading, Windsor Co., VT, age: 798057
FlagsGen #8
(Azel, Consider, Nathaniel, Isaac, Isaac, Thomas, Robert). Daughter of Azel Cushman and Luranna (Wood) Cushman.
SpouseGEORGE WHITE7941 , 5564
Birth8 Jan 1797, Weathersfield, Windsor Co., VT190,8058,8059
DeathJun 1880, VT, age: 83
Son of Thomas White and Betsey Lincoln. 8059He of Wethersfield, VT 7941
Family ID3818
Marriage15 Oct 18218057

(10) 1.1.4a.1.4b.1a.5a.4.1.7 CORLISTA CUSHMAN 7941,8060, 5565
Birthca 18038061
Birth Memoestimated. last born.
FlagsGen #8
(Azel, Consider, Nathaniel, Isaac, Isaac, Thomas, Robert). Daughter of Azel Cushman and Luranna (Wood) Cushman. Her name may be spelled “Calesta” Cushman.8062
SpouseASA TARBELL7941 , 5566
Birth7 Mar 18088063
Death19 Jan 1881, age: 728063
He of Wetherfsield, VT 93
Family ID3819

(9) 1.1.4a.1.4b.1a.5a.4.2 SUBMIT CUSHMAN 7976, 3063
Birth1767, Brookfield, MA7976
Death1821, Halifax, Windham, VT, age: 547976
FlagsGen #7
(Consider, Nathaniel, Isaac, Isaac, Thomas, Robert). Daughter of Consider and Submit (Newcomb) Cushman. 8064 For further information on the extension of this line, contact line leader boyd.bissell at primroserealty.com. He is most informed about these descendants.
SpouseJONATHAN MARSH BISSELL7976 , 3064
Birthabt 17658050,3490,8065
Birth Memoor 1762
Death1850, Stratton, VT, age: 8593
Johnathan Marsh Bissell of Chicopee. 7976
Family ID2180
Marriage18178066

(9) 1.1.4a.1.4b.1a.5a.4.3 CONSIDER CUSHMAN 8067, 924
Birth27 Oct 1768, Greenfield MA8068,8069
Death13 Aug 1850, Gill, MA, age: 81321
BurialBuried Cemetery at No. Greenfield, MA8070
Burial MemoStone photo’d 6 Oct 1939 by JAC
ResidenceBernardston, Greenfield and Gill7702
FlagsGen #7
(Consider, Nathaniel, Isaac, Isaac, Thomas, Robert). Son of Consider and Submit (Newcomb) Cushman. 8071 Photo of stone at Find A Grave.8070

In 1800 there is mention made of repairing the old bridge across Fall River near Dr. Ryther's sawmill. In 1774 there was one also to be built across the north-west branch of Fall River upon the site of the one now near the home of Mr. A. C. Brown. The 26th of the December following, it was voted to build a part of the bridge over Fall River, on the Greenfield line, provided that Greenfield will build their part, the building to be done the ensuing summer. Presumably this plan was not then put into execution, from the tlie sum of 4£ los. to pay the master workman for framing this fact that July 26, 1781—seven j^ears later it was voted to " Raise town's part of the bridge at the Iron Works, and to purchase rum for the raising of the Bridge." The iron works here referred to occupied a position near or on the site of E. S. Hurlbert's factory, the territory being upon what was then the boundary line between Bernardston and Greenfield.

This bridge was once the scene of what would have, in the majority of cases, proven a serious accident. In April, 1797, as Mr. Consider Cushman, with a cart, yoke of oxen and a horse, was crossing the structure, the sleepers gave way, precipitating Mr. Cushman and his teams into the stream some 15 to 20 feet below, amid the fallen timbers. In an almost miraculous manner Mr. C. and his animals escaped unhurt, and his cart was found to be intact. So says Lt. Gov. Cushman, who also adds that Bethan Dickinson was an eye witness of the affair, and that P. L. Cushman, ist., soon appeared with proffered assistance. The bridge was not immediately repaired, and the next August the remainder was swept away by the "AugustFlood." This flood caused much devastation along the course of the river. Heavy and pro- longed rains quickly raised the waters, converting them, for the time being, into a most turbulent torrent, and so suddenly did this rise occur that in some cases it is said that cattle were surrounded and carried off, while the mills and bridges from the source to the mouth of the river were, almost without exception, swept away. This IS the only occasion upon which damage to so great an extent has been wrought by our ordinarily peaceful stream. The bridges were soon rebuilt and about 1870, the wooden bridge across the river at the village was replaced by the present substantial iron one.8072
SpouseRHODA GAINS8071 , 199
Birth25 Jul 1769, Glastonbury, CT7976,8073
Death13 Nov 1853, Gill, MA, age: 84321
BurialBuried Cemetery at No. Greenfield, MA8070
Burial MemoStone photo’d 6 Oct 1939 by JAC
Daughter of David Gains and Prudence Risley. Photo of stone at Find A Grave.8070
Family ID716
Marriage1 Jan 1792, Greenfield MA7959
ChildrenLUCINDA , 5567 (1792-1803)
 CALVIN NEWCOMB , 1741 (1793-1847)
 SEREPTA , 5568 (1795-1889)
 ZORAH , 5571 (1796-1803)
 RHODA , 5572 (1798-1830)
 MARY OR POLLY , 5574 (1799-1829)
 SARAH , 5576 (1801-1846)
 AURELIA LUCINDA , 5578 (1803-1892)
 CARPUS , 1742 (1805-1808)
 HARRIET , 5580 (1807-1862)
 LATHROP , 1743 (1809-1892)

(10) 1.1.4a.1.4b.1a.5a.4.3.1 LUCINDA CUSHMAN 7941, 5567
Birth18 Feb 1792, Greenfield, Franklin Co,. MA7941,8070
Death2 May 1803, Greenfield, Franklin Co,. MA, age: 117941,8070
BurialLog Plain Cemetery, Greenfield, Franklin Co. MA8070
FlagsGen #8
(Consider, Consider, Nathaniel, Isaac, Isaac, Thomas, Robert). Daughter of Consider Cushman and Rhoda (Gains) Cushman. Photo of stone at Find A Grave.8070

(10) 1.1.4a.1.4b.1a.5a.4.3.2 CALVIN NEWCOMB CUSHMAN 7941, 1741
Birth25 Jul 1793, Greenfield, Franklin Co,. MA7941,8070
Death19 Mar 1847, Marcy, NY, age: 537941,8070
Death Memoor Gil, NY (Find a Grave)
BurialLog Plain Cemetery, Greenfield, Franklin Co. MA8070
FlagsGen #8
(Consider, Consider, Nathaniel, Isaac, Isaac, Thomas, Robert). Son of Consider Cushman and Rhoda (Gains) Cushman. He was unmarried. 8074 Photo of stone at Find A Grave.8070

(10) 1.1.4a.1.4b.1a.5a.4.3.3a SEREPTA CUSHMAN* 7941, 5568
Birth19 Feb 17957941
Death11 Jan 1889, age: 93190,8075
FlagsGen #8
(Consider, Consider, Nathaniel, Isaac, Isaac, Thomas, Robert). Daughter of Consider Cushman and Rhoda (Gains) Cushman. Had a daughter named Clarissa, who married Allen Landford Hale of Bernardston, and William Cushman Spurr, who married Maria Stebbins of Vernon, VT.7941
SpouseSTILLMAN SPURR7941 , 5569
He of Greenfield. 7941
Family ID3821
Marriage27 Feb 18167941
Marr MemoDr. Cyrus Washburn of Vernon, officiated

Other spouses: AMOS CARRIER

(10) 1.1.4a.1.4b.1a.5a.4.3.3b SEREPTA CUSHMAN* (See above)
SpouseAMOS CARRIER7941,7941 , 5570
Birth1792190,8076
Death26 May 1862, age: 70190,8077,8078
He of Bernardston.Married 2nd, sister of 1st wife. They had three children. 7941
He of Bernardston. Amos Carrier married for his 2nd wife, Serepta Spurr, widow of Stillman Spurr, who was sister of his 1st wife and had 3 children. 7941
Family ID3822
Marriage1831190,8078

Other spouses: STILLMAN SPURR

(10) 1.1.4a.1.4b.1a.5a.4.3.4 ZORAH CUSHMAN 7941, 5571
Birth12 Nov 1796, Greenfield, Franklin Co,. MA7941,8070
Death15 Apr 1803, Greenfield, Franklin Co,. MA, age: 67941,8070
BurialLog Plain Cemetery, Greenfield, Franklin Co. MA8070
FlagsGen #8
(Consider, Consider, Nathaniel, Isaac, Isaac, Thomas, Robert). Daughter of Consider Cushman and Rhoda (Gains) Cushman. Photo of stone at Find A Grave.8070

(10) 1.1.4a.1.4b.1a.5a.4.3.5 RHODA CUSHMAN 7941, 5572
Birth17 Feb 17987941
Death1 Sep 1830, Springfield, Hampden Co. MA, age: 32190
BurialCenter Cemetery, Bernardston, Franklin Co. MA8055
FlagsGen #8
(Consider, Consider, Nathaniel, Isaac, Isaac, Thomas, Robert). Daughter of Consider Cushman and Rhoda (Gains) Cushman. Had four children. 7941 Photo of stone at Find A Grave.8055
SpouseHORACE ATHERTON7941 , 5573
Birth14 Jul 1791190
Death6 Feb 1879, age: 87190,8079
BurialCenter Cemetery, Bernardston, Franklin Co. MA8055
He of Greenfield 7941 Photo of stone at Find A Grave.8055
Family ID3824
Marriage3 Apr 18197941
Marr Memoby Rev. Sylvester Woodbridge of Greenfield.

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