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Sometime during the years 1677-78, Dennis Darling and his family moved to Mendon, Mass., where he died January 25, 1717, aged 77 years. I often picture my New England ancestors on a chilly winter night gathered around the fireplace carefully burning anything that might, one day, be of the remotest interest to me. Martin had perused it all and created a handy guide to the descendants of Dennis Darling. NOW I would think, there must be more material there that didn’t make the book. I went to the manuscripts desk and asked about the collection. They now comprise 40 boxes containing 3000 archived folders. Braintree Vital Records give the following children born there to Dennis and Hannah Darling :1 .
May 18, 1772, Mendon, Worcester County, Massachusetts. Dennis Darling of Braintree and Mendon and Some of His Descendants. Like all branches of my mother’s family, they left few breadcrumbs behind, few mementos, and almost no pre-1880 pictures. A visit to the Library on Newbury Street, Boston is possible for non-members by paying a small fee. He recommended that someday I should look through the manuscripts of Carlos Parsons Darling, a previous researcher of the Darling family, which were held at the NEHGS library, where he had viewed them. I guess that’s the difference between my early genealogical self, that figured, well, Mr. The Carlos Parsons Darling Genealogical Collection is Mss. His copious notes and files were never turned into a book although that had been his intention. Nothing definite is known concerning the parentage of Hannah Francis, although it is held by some that she was a daughter of John and Rosa Francis who were in Braintree at that time. A son, born June 1 8 , 1 667, died June 1 9, 1 667.
Children of Dennis Darling and Hannah Francis are: Benjamin Darling, b. You can see the Worldcat entry here, with some library holdings, and definitely try the Familysearch entry. In addition to genealogical information on the Darlings, the book contains brief sections on the intermarried families of Cook, Southwick, Thayer, and Thompson. My grandmother Edna Darling’s descent from Dennis Darling is as follows: Dennis Darling (1640 – 1717) John Darling (1664 – 1753) John Darling (1687 – 1760) John Darling (1717 – 1798) Elias Darling (1759 – 1833) Paul Darling (1798 – 1877) Ellis Aldrich Darling (1824 – 1883) Addison Parmenter Darling (1856 – 1933) Russell Earl Darling (1883 – 1959) Edna May Darling (1905 – 1999) A visit to the New England Historic Genealogical Society And that is where things stood. My branch of the Darlings ended up in Sheldonville, Massachusetts, where my gg-grandfather Addison Parmenter Darling was born in a farmhouse built by his great-grandfather, Nathan Aldrich. I did both those things and found nothing, although in each case, the absence is something to note and may serve as evidence of some sort. I had no other plan, and an hour and a half to go before the train. page=gr&GRid=52571430 Pioneers of the Darling name were John of Salem, Mass., and Maine; George of Salem; Samuel of New Haven, Conn.; Richard of Huntington, L. He passed away on 1717 in Mendon Worcester, Massachusetts, USA. I was so impressed that most of his notes were all about the source of the information.