See previous posting for Part 1. This is the continuation.
"Abner H., third son of Benjamin, was born in 1831. He served in the Civil War as Sergeant in Co. H., 5th Maine Volunteers. He had eight children.
"Albert Shaw Herrick, M.D., fifth child of Benjamin and Maria, was born in 1844, and died in 1882. In 1874, he married one of my cousins, Maggie Richards, daughter of Horace Richards and Ann (Hilborn) Richards, formerly of Portland Me. He graduated from the Medical College of Dartmouth, in 1872 and resided at one time in Boston. He was also a veteran of the Civil War and a member of the Mass. Medical Society.
"Harriet, a daughter of Benjamin Herrick, who married Lyman R. Martin, as mentioned in No. 20, had six children. Her husband served in the Civil War.
"Henry Herrick, fifth child of Joseph born in 1818, married Ruth Leach in 1829. They had 15 children. He settled on Patch Mountain. He served in the army in the Civil War. I have been told that after the death of my Grandfather Verrill, in 1852, he occupied that farm until his own death.
"Joseph L., on of his sons, born in 1845, died in the service, in the Civil War, in 1864. Hi daughter, Eliza C., who married Ira Cordwell, was previously mentioned in No. 11. She was born in 1839 and died in 1865."
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