Hannah/3k Brooks

F, #26805, (say 1723 - )
Father*Lt. Robert/2k Brooks1 b. 1 Nov 1698, d. b 1746
Mother*Sarah Sawyer1 b. s 1696
Appears on charts:Descendants of John/1k Brooks
Descendants of Lt. Robert/2k Brooks
Last Edited:13 Aug 2017

Children with David Martin:

Hannah/3k Brooks, born in York County, Maine2,1, married (1), 28 Mar 1743 at Biddeford, both of Biddeford, Thomas Pennell.3 Widowed, there she married (2), 12 Apr 1748, David Martin.2

Source Citations/Notes:

  1. [S1221] Noyes, Libby and Davis, Gen. Dict. of Maine and New Hampshire, 112, John (4.) Brooks. Hereinafter GDMNH.
  2. [S542] G.T. Ridlon, Saco Valley Settlements and Families, 909, Martin Family.
  3. [S1663] Maine Historical and Genealogical Recorder, 6:1:293, "Records of First Congregational Church in Biddeford," Thomas Pennell/Hannah Brooks m.

David Martin

M, #26807
Appears on charts:Descendants of John/1k Brooks
Descendants of Lt. Robert/2k Brooks
Last Edited:13 Aug 2017

Children with Hannah/3k Brooks:

David Martin married, as her 2nd husband, 12 Apr 1748 at Biddeford, Maine, Hannah/3k Brooks, daughter of Lt. Robert/2k Brooks and Sarah Sawyer, and widow of Thomas Pennell.1 "He removed to Buxton, then Narragansett, No. 1, as early as 1752, and signed a call for a proprietors' meeting that year. He settled on lot 2, range B, first division, and 'Martin's swamp' and 'Martin's gully' took their names from him. Two children's births were found on the margin of the proprietors' records."1

Source Citations/Notes:

  1. [S542] G.T. Ridlon, Saco Valley Settlements and Families, 909, Martin Family.

Isaiah/3k Brooks

M, #26808, (1736 - 1819)
Father*Lt. Robert/2k Brooks1 b. 1 Nov 1698, d. b 1746
Mother*Sarah Sawyer1 b. s 1696
Appears on charts:Descendants of John/1k Brooks
Descendants of Lt. Robert/2k Brooks
Descendants of Isaiah/3k Brooks
Custom index:Revolutionary War
Last Edited:1 Aug 2017

Children with Sarah Burnham:

Isaiah/3k Brooks was born in 1736 at Biddeford, Maine.2 Of Buxton, he married, 14 Jul 1769 (Buxton c.r.), Sarah Burnham.3
     "In 1769 the proprietors granted a mill privilege on the Saco River at Salmon Falls to Dea. John Nason, Capt. John Elden, Isaiah Brooks, and Jabez Lane. This company built a double saw-mill and grist-mill, and the proprietors soon after gave them a deed of four acres of land which embraced the mills. There were three grist-mills and no less than three saw-mills in operation in town as early as 1772, and it was no longer necessary to carry the corn on the shoulder to Saco for grinding, or to build dwelling-houses of logs."4
     Isaiah Brooks, resident in Buxton, served in the Revolutionary War.2 Recorded at Buxton in the 1790 census (as were Robert and Samuel Brooks, perhaps his sons). Isaiah's household included himself and two other males over 16, two males under 16, and three females.5 He died at Buxton (c.r.) In 1819.2,6

Census Detail:

1790Buxton, MEMALES: Three over 16
Two under 16
FEMALES: Three5

Source Citations/Notes:

  1. [S1221] Noyes, Libby and Davis, Gen. Dict. of Maine and New Hampshire, 112, John (4.) Brooks. Hereinafter GDMNH.
  2. [S1168] Irene Dunham.
  3. [S2131] Records of Church of Christ in Buxton, ME. 1763-1817, 20, Isaiah Brooks/Sarah Burnham m. (c.r.).
  4. [S542] G.T. Ridlon, Saco Valley Settlements and Families, 199, Mills in Buxton.
  5. [S1790] 1790 U.S. Census, Buxton, York, ME, M637/2/339, Isaiah Brooks.
  6. [S2131] Buxton Church Records, 87, Isaiah Brooks d. (c.r.).
  7. [S1447] Buxton-Hollis Historical Society, Index of Births of Buxton, Maine 1748–1891, 4, Jonathan Brooks b. Hereinafter Buxton Births.
  8. [S1447] Buxton Births, 5, Isaiah Brooks b.
  9. [S1447] Buxton Births, 7, Nathaniel Brooks b.
  10. [S1447] Buxton Births, 9, Robert Brooks b.
  11. [S1447] Buxton Births, 14, Sarah Brooks b.
  12. [S1447] Buxton Births, 16, Hannah Brooks b.
  13. [S1447] Buxton Births, 22, Sarah Brooks b.
  14. [S2131] Buxton Church Records, 65, John Brooks bp.