picture William Heber Wallace

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: Oct 6, 1854 - Salt Lake City, UT
    Christening: 
          Death: Nov 5, 1855
         Burial: 
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Parents
         Father: George Benjamin Wallace
         Mother: Lydia Davis


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William Henry Wallace

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: Sep 28, 1909 - Northwood, NH
    Christening: 
          Death: 1965
         Burial: in Fairview Cemetery Old, Northwood, NH
 Cause of Death: 
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Parents
         Father: Chester B. Wallace
         Mother: Nellie Palmer


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William Kimball Wallace

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: Sep 2, 1825
    Christening: 
          Death: Nov 3, 1854 - Boston, Essex Co., MA
         Burial: 
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Parents
         Father: Levi Wallace
         Mother: Abigail Kimball

Spouses and Children
1. *Lydia Reed
       Marriage: 
       Children:
                1. Dora Wallace


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Lieut. William O. Wallace

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: Dec 5, 1801 - Epsom, NH
    Christening: 
          Death: Feb 13, 1874 - New Hampton, NH
         Burial: 
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Parents
         Father: Joseph Chase Wallace
         Mother: Betsey Sanborn

Spouses and Children
1. *Margaret Durgin
       Marriage: May 10, 1830 - Epsom, NH
       Children:
                1. Emily F. Wallace
                2. Samuel William Wallace
                3. Abbie D. Wallace

2. Lydia Hurd
       Marriage: Abt 1850
       Children:
                1. Frank O. Wallace
                2. Joseph C. Wallace
                3. Bessey J. Wallace
                4. William Wallace

Notes
General:
Information from Family Bible owned by Annie L. Wallace Miller in Laconia (NH Family Records, Copeley, page 741)
Birth NHVR Capt. William Wallace Dec. 5, 1801 Epsom

There is a NHVR for a male born to William Wallace Epsom, May 14, 1856.
Marriage Notes (Margaret Durgin)
Married by Rev. Putnam, in 1830-05-31 NH Patriot Newspaper, in Epsom, both of Epsom.

In Epsom, 12th inst by Rev. Mr. Putnam, Lieut. William Wallace to Miss Margaret Durgin (New Hampshire Statesman & Concord Register 5-29-1830)

picture William Samuel Wallace

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: Oct 12, 1873 - New Hampton, NH
    Christening: 
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Parents
         Father: Frank O. Wallace
         Mother: Laura J. Brown


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William T. Wallace

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: Apr 21, 1819 - Epsom, NH
    Christening: 
          Death: May 27, 1868 - San Felipe, CA
         Burial: 
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Parents
         Father: John Wallace
         Mother: Mary True

Spouses and Children
1. *Mary Ann Langdon Dana
       Marriage: 
       Children:
                1. Nathaniel Dana Wallace

2. Lydia M. Waterman
       Marriage: Sep 27, 1848 - Hillsboro, NH
       Children:
                1. Dr. William F. Wallace

Notes
General:
There is a Wm Wallace age 32, living at the farm of Samuel Prescott in Hooksett, brickmaker, along with other boarders, in 1850. His son, Nathaniel Dana Wallace (age 6) is living with relatives in Epsom, who are also boarding a Thomas Prescott, age 14
Enlisted in Concord May 22, 1861, discharged Aug. 5, 1862 by reason of disability, re-enlisted Jan. 1, 1864 Troop G 1st NH Cavalry. At first Bull Run and York town. Enlisted Mar. 28, 1864 from Warner, 1st Regt. NH Volunteer Cavalry,app. Co. Com. Sergt., Apr 30, 1864. Discharged July 22, 1865. Died San Felipe, CA, May 27, 1868.

3-20-1868 New Hampshire Statesman
WILLIAM WALLACE
In San Felepee Valley Cal., Jan. 1, Mr. William Wallace, formerly of Epsom, this State, aged 48

Notes on this family compliments of Rose Findlen 3/24/2008

picture William T. Wallace

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: 
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Parents
         Father: Jacob T. Wallace
         Mother: Mehitable S. Howes

Notes
General:
Living in California 1886.

picture William Weymouth Wallace

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: 1752 - Greenland, NH
    Christening: 
          Death: Abt 1842 - Sandwich, NH
         Burial: in Beede Cemetery, Sandwich, New Hampshire
 Cause of Death: 
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Parents
         Father: William Wallace
         Mother: Alice Abbott

Spouses and Children
1. *Martha Wallace
       Marriage: Jul 8, 1772 - Rye, NH
       Children:
                1. Samuel Wallace
                2. Sally Wallace
                3. Unknown Wallace

Notes
General:
Birth based of Rev. War pension records. John Mark Moses mentions that a William Weymouth Wallace is mentioned in the will of his grandfather and is probably the William of this family. According to revolutionary war pension rolls, a Weymouth Wallace was of this time and age, [Rand: Private, commencemnt of pension Apr. 25, 1818 Age: 75. These pension allowances begin about 1794 and he is listed as "of Strafford County."] and was a member of Capt. Dearborn's company, wounded. He removed to Sandwich.

1790 Census for Epsom- 1 male over 16, 2 males 16 and under and 5 females.
Not in Epsom 1795

William Weymouth5, born about 1753 [aged 67 on 25 April 1818; aged 88 on 2 February 1842], died at Sandwich ca. 1842. He married at Rye on 8 July 1772 [Rye VRs, p. 167], Martha5 WALLIS, daughter of Samuel4 and Phebe (Libby) Wallis, and William's first cousin. She was baptized at Greenland on 13 August 1749 [Greenland VRs, p. 92] and died at Sandwich after 1800. Much has been written about Weymouth, the genealogical side of which has been rather shoddy. He is often given a wife named Alice Doe. This is obviously a confusion between him and his father. Proof that Martha was the mother of his children comes in a deed dated 24 June 1791 where Weymouth Wallis of Epsom, husbandman for 225 pounds sold to Joseph Towle, Jr. of Epsom, yeoman, 135 acres in Epsom drawn to the original right of Thomas Berry No 89 in the third range and bounded "southerly on land of Nathaniel Wallis." Martha Wallis releases her dower rights to this deed. [Rockingham County Deeds 137:171]. Weymouth first sold land on 5 November 1778 to William Nason, being part of lot. 89 in Epsom [Rockingham Co. Deeds 113:553] He bought land from his uncle Samuel on 7 December 1781 and sold that same land to Amos Morill on 27 July 1786 [Rockingham Co. Deeds 125:278 and 125:279]. He is listed in the 1790 census with a household of 1 man over 16; two under sixteen and 5 women. This seems to indicate a family of six children (2 boys and 4 girls). However, by the 1800 census he is in Sandwich with a household of two men 16 to 26; one man over 45; one girl under ten; two ten to 15; one 16 to 26; one 26 to 45 and one over 45. In Sandwich at this time there is also an Abigail Wallace and Benjamin Wallace. Weymouth's Rev. War service and his wounding at the Battle of Bunker Hill is well documented. His is one of the pensions submitted directly to the U. S. Congress on 14 December 1792. On 14 July 1820, he deposed at age 69 that he owned 75 acres of poor hard land with buildings thereon and well as a list of other possessions. He signed by mark. He noted in his initial 1818 deposition that he had a daughter named Sally, aged 29, a granddaughter Lovina Mooney, aged 21 and an unnamed grandson aged 8 living with him. On 7 February 1829, he was 77 years old and that he had 150 acres of land subject to two mortgages in the amount of $372.00. [Rev. War Pension File #S43240]. No mention of his wife or marital status appear in the pension papers nor does his date of death. He was certainly alive on 2 February 1842 when he was noted in the Boston Evening Transcript of that date as "Mr. William Weymouth Wallace, 88 years of age, now residing in Sandwich, N.H., was also in the same battle [i.e. Bunker Hill] and received a bullet through his right wrist, which knocked his gun out of his hand when he was on the retreat. He caught it up with his left hand, and carried it off the field with him. He is now in the enjoyment of good health." He is supposedly buried in the Beede Cemetery in West Sandwich, N.H. Two known children, of which there must be more: (i) Samuel, born ca. 1783 and signed an affidavit by mark for his father's pension and died at Sandwich on 29 September 1859, aged 76 years, 6 mos., 17 days. [Harriet Vittum Leighton, Sandwich, N.H. Cemeteries (1930), p. 48.] and (ii) Sally, born about 1789, aged 29 in 1818. One daughter must marry a Mooney. (research of M. Hollick)

Military: 13456 New Hampshire: Weymouth Wallace of Sandwich in the state of New Hampshire who was a private in the company commanded by Captain Morrell of the regiment commanded by Colonel Stark in the New Hampshire line, for the term of one year from May, 1776, to May 1777. Ascribed to the roll of New Hampshire at the rate of eight dollars per month, to commence on the 25th day of April 1808. Certificate of Pension issued the 24th day of July 1809 and sent to William Badger, Esq., Gilmanton, NH. Returned to the roll on 18th day of March 1829 and notification sent to Hon. D. Barker, justice, at Rochester N. Hampshire. Pension commencing on the 7th of February 1829. Amount due on the 4th of September 1829... $55.34.

Source: NARA, Revolutionary Claim Acts of March 18, 1818, and May 1, 1820

Military: Revolutionary War Pension Records

WALLIS, Weymouth... His name appears on a list of invalid pensioners returned by the Circuit Court for the District of New Hampshire, submitted to the House of Representatives by the Secretary of War on December 14, 1792. Rank: Private Regiment: Col. Stark Disability: Wounded in the wrist 17th June, 1775, at the Battle of Bunker Hill Date of Commencement: May 28, 1792 Monthly Allowance: $2.22 Arrears Due: $40.

Source: NARA, American State Papers, class 9, page 58

WALLIS, Weymouth... His name appears on a list of claimants to be placed on the pension list returned by the District of New Hampshire, submitted to the House of Representatives by the Secretary of War on April 25, 1794. Rank: Private Regt: Col. Starke's Disability: Wounded in the wrist by a shot from the enemy, and considerably injured When and Where Disabled: June 17, 1775, Bunker's Hill Residence: Epsom Monthly allowance: $2.22 Arrears due: $40.

Source: NARA, American State Papers, class 9, page 108

WALLACE, Weymouth... His name appears on a list of applicants for invalid pension returned by the District Court of the District of New Hampshire submitted to the House of Representatives by the Secretary of War on December 31, 1794. Rank: Private Regt: Colonel Stark's Disability: Wounded in the right arm When and where disabled: June 17, 1775, Bunker's Hill Residence: Epsom To what pension entitled: One-half Remarks: Militia.

Source: NARA, American State Papers, class 9, page 139

Military: Court document filed in Strafford County, New Hampshire: On the 25th day of April A.D. 1818 before me the subscriber one of the judges of the Court of Common Pleas for said County personally appears Weymouth Wallace aged sixty seven years resident in the Town of Sandwich county and state aforesaid who being by me first duly sworn according to law doth on his oath make the following declaration in order to obtain the provision made by the late act of Congress entitles an [unreadable] to provide for certain persons engaged in the land and naval service of the United States in the Revolutionary War. That he the said Weymouth Wallace in May 1775 enlisted in the Town of Epsom in said state for eight months and entered the aforesaid service in the company commanded by Captain Henry Dearborn and regiment commanded by Col John Stark, New Hampshire line he continued to serve until June following when in the battle of Bunker Hill he was wounded and so much disabled that he did no more duty during said enlistment that sometime about the month of January 1776 he enlisted at Winter Hill for one year in the company, regiment and line of aforesaid that he continued to serve in said service of the United States in said War on the continental establishment from January 1776 until the last of December following or first of January 1777 when he was dismissed from service at Ticonderoga in the state of New York that he had no written discharge that he was in the Battle of Bunker hill where he was wounded in consequence of which wound he has since drawn a small pension from said United States and that he is in reduced circumstances and stands in need of the assistance of his country for support. Sworn to and declared before me on the day and year aforesaid. signed William Badger I, William Badger, Judge as aforesaid, do certify that it appears to my satisfaction that the said Weymouth Wallace did serve in the revolutionary war as stated in the preceding declaration against the common enemy for the term of nine months on the Continental establishment and that he is in reduced circumstances and stands in need of the assistance of his country for support and I now transmit the proceedings and testimony taken and had before me to the Secretary of the Department of War pursuant to the directions of the aforementioned act of congress. In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and have caused the seal of said court to be affixed to the same this first day of September 1818. signed William Badger Attest: Dan'l Waldrow clerk of the court of common pleas for said county of Strafford

Source: NARA, Selected Records from Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land-Warrant Application Files, Microcopy No. 805, Roll 834

Military: To the Justices of the Court of Common Pleas now sitting at Moultonborough within and for the County of Strafford and State of New Hampshire, on the 14th day of July 1820. Weymouth Wallace aged 69 years, resident in Sandwich in said County, comes into court and in pursuance of an act of Congress passed on the 1st day of May, 1820, brings with him, and in his proper person exhibits to said Court a Schedule by him subscribed, containing his whole estate and income-his necessary clothing and bedding excepted-as follows:

Estate... 75 acres of poor, hard land with the buildings thereon standing
Livestock... 2 cows, 1- 3 yr old heifer, 1- 2 yr old heifer, 1 ox, 1 - yr old stein, 1/2 of an old mare, 4 sheep, 1 lamb, 2 hogs, 1 small pig
Farming tools... 1 scythe, 1/2 of an old pair of wheels, 1/2 small wagon, 1 old plow, 7 harrow, some small chains, 1 pitch fork, 1 chest, 1 shovel
House goods... 2 old tables, 7 old kitchen chairs, 1 shovel, pair tongs, 2 chests
I am indebted to sundry persons in all the sum of one hundred forty four dollars and ninety three cents. signed by the mark "X" of Weymouth Wallace and witnessed by Dan'l Hart and Geo Fellarston
And the said Weymouth Wallace doth here in Court further declare on oath that he served in the revolutionary war as follows, viz.: nine months in Capt Henry Dearborn's (since Secretary at War) company and was wounded in the Battle of Bunker Hill in year 1775 - one year in the regiment commanded by Col. John Stark and company commanded by Amos Morrill, in November or December 1776 and ending 1777.

That the date of his original declaration in order to obtain a pension is April 25, 181, and the number of his pension certificate is 13,456:-That his occupation is that of a farmer and has not sufficient ability to pursue it. That the number and names of his family residing with him, and their ages and capacities to contribute to their support, are as follows, viz.:
has one daughter named Sally Wallace aged twenty-nine years, has one granddaughter named Lovina Mooney aged 21 years, 1 grandson aged 8 years in common health but without any property.
The aforesaid schedule and oath and the above declaration duly subscribed and sworn by the said Weymouth Wallace having been by him exhibited in person, and presented to the court, and the same being seen and considered, it is the opinion of said court that the value of the property contained in said schedule is two hundred, seventy-nine dollars and fifty cents, which propert is subject to said Wallace's debt.
Daniel M. Durrell, Esquire, Chief Justice, and Valentine Smith and Samuel Quarles, Associate Justices of said Court. Attest, A. Peirce, Clerk. July 14, 1820.

Source: NARA, Selected Records from Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land-Warrant Application Files, Microcopy No. 805, Roll 834

Military: On February 7, 1829, Weymouth Wallace again petitoned the Strafford County Court to assist him in application to Congress to continue his pension. Within this document, Wallace states that he is seventy-seven years old, that he enlisted in May 1775 under Capt Amos Morrill's company, Col Stark's Regt, that he was discharged in December 1777 from Lower Canada, that hew "was wounded in the Battle of Bunker Hill by a ball which passed through his arm, that he now receives a pension of forty-eight dollars as an invalid pensioner." He itemizes his estate as consisting of 150 acres of land subject to two mortgages which total three hundred, seventy-two dollars, 2 cows, 1 horse, 1 pig, 5 sheep, 20 bushels corn, 100 lb pork, 1 basket of grain, beans, and peas, $1.50, 1 pair wheels, 1 chain, 1 old sleigh and a harness. "I further say that my occupation is that of a farmer that I am so infirm that I cannot perform any labors and that my family consists of a granddaughter who lives with me having no property. signed by the mark "X" of Weymouth Wallace. attested to by A. Peirce, Clerk

Source: NARA, Selected Records from Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land-Warrant Application Files, Microcopy No. 805, Roll 834

Does not pay poll in 1795.
Marriage Notes (Martha Wallace)
This is from the Rye Church records.

picture Zadoc Wallace

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: Sep 7, 1816 - Sanbornton, NH
    Christening: 
          Death: 
         Burial: 
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Parents
         Father: Samuel Wallace
         Mother: Nancy M. Sanborn

Spouses and Children
1. *Lucy Foster
       Marriage: Apr 20, 1852
       Children:
                1. Dallas Page Wallace
                2. Emma Sabra Wallace


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Zina Wallace

      Sex: F

Individual Information
          Birth: Oct 3, 1866 - Salt Lake City, UT
    Christening: 
          Death: Dec 9, 1941 - Driggs, Teton, ID
         Burial: 
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Parents
         Father: George Benjamin Wallace
         Mother: Martha Davis


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