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John White Appleton was born 29 November 1780 in Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts, United States to Samuel Appleton (1738-1819) and Mary White (1732-1834) and died 27 March 1862 in Baltimore, Baltimore County, Maryland, United States of unspecified causes. He married Sophia Williams (1786-1860) 14 September 1806 in Beverly, Essex County, Massachusetts. Ancestors are from the United States, the United Kingdom.


Marriage and Family

  1. Elisha Williams Appleton (1810-1900)
  2. Elvira Appleton (1812-)
  3. Francis Appleton (1812-)
  4. Sarah Porter Appleton (1812-1894)
  5. John Appleton (1813-)
  6. John Appleton (1815-1864) - 22nd US Ambassador to Russia, 4th Assistant Secretary of State, US Congressman
  7. Frances Caroline Appleton (1817-1856)
  8. Obadiah Appleton (1818-)
  9. Abby Eliza Appleton (1820-1821)
  10. Abby Eliza Appleton (1822-)
  11. Virginia Appleton (1824-)
  12. Charles Augustus Appleton (1827-1859)
  13. Cornelia Adelaide Appleton (1830-1907)




Children


Offspring of John White Appleton and Sophia Williams (1786-1860)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Elisha Williams Appleton (1810-1900)
Elvira Appleton (1812-)
Francis Appleton (1812-)
Sarah Porter Appleton (1812-1894)
John Appleton (1813-)
John Appleton (1815-1864) 11 February 1815 Beverly, Essex County, Massachusetts, United States 23 August 1864 Portland, Cumberland County, Maine, United States Susan Lovering Dodge (1812-1879)

Frances Caroline Appleton (1817-1856)
Obadiah Appleton (1818-)
Abby Eliza Appleton (1820-1821)
Abby Eliza Appleton (1822-)
Virginia Appleton (1824-)
Charles Augustus Appleton (1827-1859)
Cornelia Adelaide Appleton (1830-1907)

Siblings


Offspring of Samuel Appleton and Mary White (1732-1834)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Elizabeth Appleton (1769-1790)
Samuel Gilman Appleton (1771-)
Susanna Appleton (1774-1851)
Isaac Appleton (1777-1855)
Timothy Appleton (1778-1857)
John White Appleton (1780-1862) 29 November 1780 Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts, United States 27 March 1862 Baltimore, Baltimore County, Maryland, United States Sophia Williams (1786-1860)

Rebecca Appleton (1783-1865)
James Appleton (1785-1862)
Gardiner Appleton (1787-)
Joannah Appleton (1788-)
Nathan Dane Appleton (1794-1861)

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