Person:Aaron Perkins (1)

m. 28 Jul 1796
  1. Aaron Perkins1799 - 1886
m. 1 Nov 1826
  1. Susan D. Perkins1827 -
  2. Aaron Wardwell Perkins1830 - 1833
  3. Henry Clay Perkins1831 - 1880
  4. Aaron Wardwell Perkins1833 -
  5. Sarah Frances Perkins1836 - 1836
  6. George Perkins1838 - 1878
Facts and Events
Name Aaron Perkins
Gender Male
Birth? 16 Jun 1799 Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Marriage 1 Nov 1826 Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United Statesto Susan Ann Wardwell
Death[1][2] 14 Apr 1886 Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United States

He was a sailmaker, and learned his trade in Salem of the late William Lane. He afterwards carried on the clothing business for many years in Salem, and was in partnership with the late William B. Brown, on Derby street. He was chosen director, and afterwards president of the Mercantile National Bank of Salem, a place which he filled for several years. During the late civil war, he was active in serving the soldiers who were in the field, and caring for their families at home. He has served the city in its common council and board of aldermen; has also represented it in the legislature of the state. He was a member of the Mechanic Charitable Association, and was, for a time, its president. He was ensign in the Mechanic Light Infantry. -Genealogy of John Perkins

  1. The Family of John Perkins of Ipswich George Perkins.
  2. Massachusetts, United States. Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841–1910. (New England Historic and Genealogical Society), 373:294.

    Aaron Perkins, ae 86-9-29, b. Ipswich, s/o Aaron & Sarah, both b. Ipswich