edwards genealogy


Introductory Material:

Chapter 1
The Edwards Coat of Arms

Family Records:
John 1
John 2
John 3
Richard 3
Jonathan 3
Samuel 3
Nathaniel 3
William 3


The Crockett Connection
Edwards and the Civil War
Photo Album
Our Immigrant Ancestors
1906 Census

Family Fun
Mayberry Hill Chronicles

This Old House
Justin Edwards had a Farm
Letters from Henry


Simeon Edwards

Father: Mother:

William Edwards
Lydia Baker

Birth Date: Birth Location: Death Date: Death Location:

4/17/1778 Haverhill MA 2/18/1834 Otisfield ME


Name: Marriage Date: Marriage Location: Father: Mother:
Eunice Gammon

David Gammon Mary Doane

Birth Date: Birth Location: Death Date: Death Location:

Otisfield ME 12/26/1857 Otisfield ME


Name: Birth Date: Birth Location: Death Date: Death Location:
Mary Edwards 8/25/1803 Otisfield ME
Otisfield ME
Joanah Edwards 9/18/1804 Otisfield ME
Calais ME
Isaiah Edwards 1/16/1806 Otisfield ME 10/21/1876 Otisfield ME
Eunice Edwards 3/2/1808 Otisfield ME young Otisfield ME
Eliza Edwards 3/23/1809 Otisfield ME 9/18/1867 Casco ME
Phebe Edwards 2/17/1811 Otisfield ME
Otisfield ME
Lucinda Edwards 10/18/1813 Otisfield ME 1/21/1875 Otisfield ME
Eunice Edwards 4/7/1815 Otisfield ME
Naples ME
Charlotte Edwards
Otisfield ME
Naples ME
Leonard Edwards 3/23/1817 Otisfield ME 11/6/1892 Otisfield ME
Robert Knight Edwards 4/24/1822 Otisfield ME 5/3/1900 Alsea OR
Christiania Edwards 4/24/1824 Otisfield ME
Otisfield ME


Family located: Otisfield ME
Occupation: Farmer

Eunice Gammon (sister of Mary Gammon) was a descendant of Joseph Gammon, (Joseph 1st., David 2nd., Eunice 3rd.), who, when very young came with his brother, Philip, from England to America. They first settled at Cape Elizabeth, Me., but later (1757) moved to Gorham, Me., where he held for several years the office of constable and tax collector.

David Gammon served in the Revolution in Capt. Samuel Whitmore's Co., 3rd, Cumberland County Regt. of Militia under command of col. Reuben Fogg of Scarborough, Me. This company with that of Capt. Benjamin Larrabee started to march to Peekskill, N. Y., Dec. 25, 1777. They were allowed a penny for each mile traveled, receiving for three hundred and ninety-two miles the sum of one pound, twelve shillings, and eight pence.

Samuel, a brother of David also a soldier in the Revolution, signed with David Ray, Benjamin Patch, Joseph Hancock, and a Jonathan Moors an application to the Proprietors of Otisfield Plantation for the warrant of the first meeting in that plantation. This meeting was held Apr. 23, 1787, at which time not more than thirty families had settled in the plantation.

Other Info:


1810 Otisfield (Cumberland) ME
1 male 3 females under10
1 male 1 female 26-45

1820 Otisfield (Cumberland) ME
1 male 4 females under 10
1 male 10-16
2 females 16-26
1 female 26-45
1 male 45+
1 agri

1830 Otisfield (Cumberland) ME
1 male 1 female 5-10
1 male 1 female 10-15
3 females 15-20
1 male 2 females 20-30
1 female 40-50
1 male 50-60

1840 Otisfield (Cumberland) ME
2 females 15-20
1 male 20-30
1 female 30-40
1 female 50-60

1850 Otisfield (Cumberland) ME
Leonard Edwards    32    Farmer    600
Mary    28
Levi    9
Almon    7
Elizabeth J    4
Joanna    5/12
Eunice    70


Simeon Edwards is buried in Forrest Edwards' Cemetery, Otisfield ME.

Published History/Genealogy:

Simeon son of William ... m. 12/2/1802 ...  lived on the same lot first settled by his father but built a house in the northeastern part of the lot. His son Leonard since lived there and grandson Levi. The house has since burnt.
Eunice [Gammon] born 7/15/1780, d. 12/26/1857, m. Simeon Edwards, 12/2/1802
Source: History of Otisfield by William Samuel Spurr; Reprinted by the Town of Otisfield, 2nd edition


For more information about the ancestors of Eunice Gammon, see this section of Phillips family of Buffalo, New York.