William Shurtleff Genealogy 1917 Publication Online Data Base

Rebecca Shurtleff [243]
b 11/16/1771 Plympton MA
d 06/10/1826 Carver MA (Plympton)
Parents: Peter Shurtleff m Rebecca Holmes
Spouse: Benajmin Barnes
Children listed under Benajmin Barnes
Shurtleff Genealogy pub 1917, Vol 1 pg 159

Robert Shurtleff [74] 4th generation Robert Shurtleff
The Robert Shurtleff that Deborah Sampson disguised herself as to fight in the war?
b 04/01/1753 Plympton MA
d 04/05/1795 Carver MA
Parents: William Shurtleff m Deborah Ransom
Spouse: Mary Atwood m 04/05/1795 Carver MA
Child: Susanna b 05/15/1776 d unm 05/01/1795
Child: Huldah [263]
Child: Priscilla [264]
Child: Nathaniel [265]
Child: Mary [266]
Child: John [267]
Child: Sarah [268]
Shurtleff Genealogy pub 1917, Vol 1 pg 84

Roswell Shurtleff [118] 5th generation
b 08/29/1773 East Windsor CT (now Ellington)
d 02/04/1851 Hanover NH
Parents: William Shurtleff m Hannah Cady
Spouse: Anna Pope
Shurtleff Genealogy pub 1917, Vol 1 pg 102-103

Roswell Shurtleff [356]  6th generation Roswell Shurtleff
b 08/15/1797 Chesterfield NH
d 06/06/1856 Hanover NH
Parents: Asahel Shurtleff m Sarah Dewey 
Spouse: Clarissa Gleason m 09/15/1823 Sharon VT
Child: Charles Augustine, b 06/21/1824, died in Bath 04/06/1826
Child: Roswell Gleason [1094]
Child: William Steele [1095]
He was a mercantile clerk in Brattleboro VT, then went into business on his own in Bath, NH, "and later at Norwich, VT, whence he removed in the winter of 1856-7 to Rochester, NY, when he engaged in banking. Overtaken by the financial storm of 1837, he closed his business and returned east in 1838, and after a brief sorjourn in Worchester, MA, took up residence at Springfield, MA in Feb of 1839. There he was engaged for several years in commission and real estate business. Attracted by the opportunity for profit offered at Bellows Falls, VT, he built and equipped an hotel called the "Island House" which burned the night of its completion, but at once rebuilded by him and is now standing on the island formed by the Connecticut River and the canal. It was intended that he should go to Dartmouth College, where his uncle Roswell Shurtleff was professor, but his tastes were for trade. He was for a time colonel on the staff of the governor of Vermont, and died while on a visit to his cousin, Mrs. Joseph Emerson at Hanover, NH.
A picture of Roswell's painting of Whitley Hall is here
Shurtleff Genealogy pub 1917, Vol 1 pg 200-201