Buried at Southside Cemetery, Skowhegan, Somerset, Maine.
The following is from Genealogy of the Descendants of John White of Wenham and Lancaster, Massachusetts: 1638-1900:
John Kimball6 (15093), b. in Fitchburg, Mass., Feb.17, 1775; m. Beulah, dau. of Joseph and Mary ---Sawyer. He went to Bloomfield, Me., when young, where he was a farmer and carpenter, also deacon in the church. He d. in Sept., 1862. Children:
15107. Mary Kimball, 7
15108. John Kimball, 7
15109. Ephraim Kimball, 7
15110. Joseph Kimball, 7
15111. Peter Kimball, 7
15112. Abel Kimball, 7
15113. Eliza Kimball, 7
15114. Hanna Kimball, 7
Ephraim Kimball 7 (15109, b. in Canaan, Me., ----; m. ----.
Marriage Publishment: "Maine Marriages, 1771-1907" citing Digital film/folder number: 007596896; FHL microfilm: 12063; Record number: 180; Packet letter: A FamilySearch Record: F4D8-25Z (accessed 22 September 2023) "Town and vital records, 1815-1891" Catalog: Town and vital records, 1815-1891 Town and vital records, 1815-1854 Film number: 007596896 > image 237 of 441 State of Maine. "Skowhegan Vital Records. 1794-1883", Filmed by the Genealogical Society, Salt Lake City, Utah at Skowhegan, Maine 26 September 1953. FamilySearch Image: 3QS7-99NZ-RDYC (accessed 22 September 2023) 1831 Publishments -- This certifies that the intention of marriage between Mr Ephraim Kimball of Bloomfield and Miss Maria G. Winez of Deer Isle has been entered with me fourteen days prior to date and published in said Bloomfield as the law directs. -- Bloomfield May 13 1831 -- Attest Abner Coburn, Town Clerk. -- Attached to Familysearch profile by Thomas Nally.
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