Daughters of John and Catherine (Cleverley) Prescott, of Maroon Hall, Preston Road:

(for which estate see A27n3 )

1) Anne Prescott, aged 28.

B. 29 Sept. 1786. (M. 6 Nov. 1816 to John Eleazer Fairbanks--b. 27 June 1793, d. 27 Dec. 1860. D. 18 April 1854.)

2) Charlotte Prescott, aged 26.

B. 22 Nov. 1788. (D. 25 Sept. 1850, unm.)

3) Martha Prescott (Patty), aged 24.

B. 26 April 1791. (M. 6 April 1822 to Christian Conrad Casper Katsman--b. 18 Aug. 1780, d. 15 Dec. 1843. Their second daughter was Mary Jane Katzman, b. 15 Jan. 1828, d. 24 March 1890, who as Mrs. William Lawson was well-known for her history of the Dartmouth, Preston, and Lawrencetown areas. D. 17 Nov. 1871.)

4) Elizabeth Prescott, aged 19.

B. 27 Oct. 1795. (M. 25 Nov. 1819 to Henry Yeomans Mott--bapt. 4 Sept. 1796, d. 31 Jan. 1866. D. 30 Aug. 1882.)

5) Lydia Prescott, aged 17.

B. 8 Oct. 1797. (M. 13 Nov. 1841, as his third wife, to William DeWolfe--b. 5 Dec. 1781, d. 10 April 1849. D. between 1879 and 1891.)
 

Which of the Prescott girls are visiting Colin Grove this evening isn't indicated. On another occasion (7 Oct.) four of them accompany Louisa and her party part of the way home from Maroon Hall. They are Charlotte, Patty (Martha), Betsy (Elizabeth), and Lydia.