Lydia M Fogg b. 12/21/1807, Limimgton, ME.; d. Jan. 2, 1871, Medford, MA.; m.May 1, 1826, Otisfield, Ivory Hall Scribner, b. Mar. 31, 1805, ME. d. July 16, 1889, Wakefield, ME, son of Simeon (deed: son of Simeon; brother of Nason)/(son of Edward - one record) and Abigail (Gerrish) Scribner/(son of Allen and Abigail Gerrish).
Ivory went to Boston and was listed as a fish dealer. In 1883 he lived at the Hotel Van Rensselaer in Boston, MA.
He and Lydia are listed in the "History of Alameda County, California" a biography of George W. Scribner, the son of Ivory H. and Lydia M. (Fogg) Scribner.
Lydia M. is listed as the daughter of Daniel Fogg and Eunice March (b.May 30, 1767). They were married on Sept. 6, 1789. Eunice March's father, Col. Samuel March resided in Scarboro, ME with his wife, Anna (Libby) March. He was reported to have been one of the leading men in Scarboro, filling important town offices and was Deputy Sheriff of Cumberland County and Lt. Col. in the Revolutationary War.
Daniel Fogg was the fifth generation descendent of Samuel Fogg b. 1628. His father was Rueben Fogg b. June 1, 1722, Kittery, ME . Grandfather Daniel Fogg b.Apr. 12, 1694, Portsmouth, NH . Great-grandfather Daniel Fogg b.Apr. 16, 1660, (June 19) Hampton, NH . Great-great-grandfather Samuel Fogg b. 1628.
source: Whitten, Phyllis O. Samuel Fogg, 1628-1672: His Ancestors and Descendants. Annandale, Va: Whitten, 1976. Print.