Pike, Ezra, was born in Massachusetts, and came from Hoosick, N. Y., among the first settlers, clearing a farm
on which he died at the age of about sixty eight. He was a pensioner of the war of the Revolution and held many
offices of trust in the town of Isle La Motte. Be married Polly Garlick, and his children were Ezra, Reuben, Jesse,
Jarvis, Jerod, Henry, Sally, Term, Lucy, Emeline, Mercy, Polly, and Anna. Ezra Pike was born in Massachusetts and
came to Isle La Motte with his father, where he died at the age of eighty three, in 1873. He married Barbara Hill,
of Isle La Motte, daughter of Caleb and Cynthia (Strong) Hill, and their children were William, Preston, Emily,
Mariah, Albina, Theresa, Mary, Mehitable, and Seneca H. The latter, born on Isle La Motte, September 13, 1816,
married, first, Cynthia E. Hall, of that town, on March 2, 1840, daughter of Rev. Ira and Cynthia (Wait) Hall,
and his children by her are Perry, Ambrose, Thererina, Seraphina, Ezra, Ira E., Seymour S., Sidney L., Fillmore,
Linnie, and Merritt L. He married, second, March 24, 1888, Martha, daughter of Hiram and Susan (Hall) Hall. Mr.
Pike has served as representative of Isle La Motte two terms, and has been justice of the peace for several years.
He is now side judge, and has been constable twenty one years. He was twice elected high sheriff of his county,
and was captain of the first company organized in the town during the late war, the company being an independent
one. Martha Hall married, first, Winfield S., son of Charles and Lucy (Barney) Carew, and had one son, Herbert
L. (deceased), Mr. Carew died March 17. 1876.
History of Franklin and Grand Isle Counties Vermont
Edited by: Lewis Cass Aldrich
D. Mason & Co., Publishers
Syracuse, N. Y.
Grand Isle County, VT Biographies
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