__ | _Edward FULLER ______| | (1505 - 1574) | | |__ | | |--Elizabeth FULLER | | __ | | |_____________________| | |__
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Josiah Nutting age 80 M Farmer 1500 b. NH
Abiah 69 F ME
Chandler 12 M ME
He (B. F.) was born in the township of Madison, Somerset County, Maine, Jan. 1, 1840, son of Josiah and Abial (Ames) Nutting. Both parents were natives of Maine, in which state they were married, residing there subsequently for about twenty-four years, Josiah working at farming and shoemaking. Four children were born to them: Josiah Marshall, James Melvin, Chandler Baker and Benjamin Franklin (subject of this sketch)., After the death of his wife, Abial, Josiah Nutting came to Clark County, Wis., and here contracted a second marriage. His son, Josiah M., died in Maine. James M., the-second son, came west a few months after his father, and the third son, Chandler B., joined a Maine volunteer cavalry regiment and served through the Civil War.
 Mary Ann was the daughter of William and Ann Bliss Welch
_Johann Peter ZIMMERMAN _+ | (1773 - 1852) _Johann Christian ZIMMERMAN __________| | (1800 - 1851) m 1832 | | |_________________________ | | |--Henry ZIMMERMAN | (1835 - 1909) | _Johann Adam KNOLL ______+ | | (1778 - 1826) m 1808 |_Elizabeth Dorothea KNOLL Kneil Knell_| (1809 - 1888) m 1832 | |_Anne Margarethe SCHODT _+ m 1808
Per Zimmerman history - Henry always lived in Canada. He was a large man. He started farming but lost the farm. He then went into the bee business, having as many as 400 swarms. He made good from the sale of honey for a long time.
The Canadian custom, adopted from England, expected the oldest son to care for the parents. When Henry lost his property, his mother, Elizabeth, went to stay with her son, Adam, at Preston, Minnesota.
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Zimmerman, Henry head feb 16 1835 66 b. O>R Evangelical Occ: Bee-Keeper own acct
Mary E. wife Mar 31 1834 67 Ger imm: 1846 Evan.
Albert son Aug 2 1874 26 O>R Meth. Artist - employed 12 mos, earnings: $900
At the time of Christian's death, the older boys were fourteen and thirteen
 This source says Henry died in New Mexico where he was living with his daughter Mary Ann