1. Alice RUNNELS b. 11 March 1793, Middleton, N.H. (all towns are New Hampshire unless otherwise indicated), d. New Durham 3 June 1855, married 1 January 1813 at New Durham, Jonathan PINKHAM, son of Thomas and Bridget (Berry) Pinkham. See The Pinkhams of Strafford County, New Hampshire, New Hampshire Genealogical Record 23 (2006):27-76 and New Hampshire Families in 1790 Volume 1, ed. Diane Gravel and David Watson Kruger (Concord, NH, NHSOG, 2007), Thomas Pinkham sketch.
2. Ebenezer RUNNELS, b. ca. 1765 at Durham, died 13 September 1851 at New Durham. See New Hampshire Families in 1790 Volume 1, ed. Diane Gravel and David Watson Kruger (Concord, NH, NHSOG, 2007), Ebenezer Runnels sketch. He married on 24 November 1782 at New Durham:
3. Betsey STANTON, b. say 1762, died perhaps in October 1836.
4. Abraham RUNNELS, b. 23 May 1719, Durham, d. 24 July 1804, New Durham. See a genealogical sketch for him here.
5. Hannah SMITH, b. 30 June 1718, Durham, d. 13 February 1812, New Durham.
8. John RUNNELS, b. ca. 1684, Durham, died there August 1756. See New Hampshire and Maine Descendants of William Reynolds of Cape Porpoise, New Hampshire Genealogical Record 25 (2008): 145-162 and Deliverance, Wife of Abraham1Clark and Nathaniel2 Lamos of Oyster River Parish, New Hampshire, New Hampshire Genealogical Record 27 (2010):1-10. He was the son of Job and Sarah (Crawford) Renolds and grandson of William and Alice (Kitson) Reynolds, for whom see “William Reynolds of Plymouth Colony and Cape Porpoise, Maine” New England Historical & Genealogical Register 162:91-2.
9. Hannah CLARK, b. ca. 1692, Durham, died there before 1740, daughter of Abraham and Deliverance (Graves?) Clark. See the above reference sources.
10. John SMITH, b. ca. 1681 at Durham, died there before 27 March 1729, son of James and Sarah (Davis) Smith. See “The Rev. John Buss of Durham (Oyster River), New Hampshire, New Hampshire Genealogical Record 26 (2009):57-64.
11. Elizabeth BUSS, b. ca. 1683 at Durham, died there after October 1739. See the above-named source. She was the daughter of the Rev. John Buss and Elizabeth Bradbury, and granddaughter of Thomas Bradbury and Mary Perkins, for whom see “A Probable Royal Descent for Thomas Bradbury of Salisbury, Massachusetts” by Marshall K. Kirk, New England Historical & Genealogical Register 161 (2007):27-36.
12. Benjamin STANTON, b. ca. 1700, died Somersworth, ca. 1760, perhaps the son of another Benjamin Stanton and Joanna (---) Stanton who then married Abraham NUTE.
13. Eleanor RICKER, born 15 February 1698/99 at Dover, died there ca. 1751, daughter of George and Eleanor (Evans) Ricker.
Alice is a fourth great-grandmother. All the sources cited to herein I wrote, including the Thomas Bradbury article which was based on the notes and a draft of Marshall Kirk. So the one hole here is obviously the parentage of #7, Patience Hartford. Also, I would like to write something up on the Stanton family of New Hampshire which has been long overshadowed by the larger Stanton family of Connecticut (which ironically I also descend from). These articles all progressed from one to another. I wrote about that already as the domino effect.