The Haty E. Billings House and place adjoined the last mentioned. Haty Billings was from Sedgwick, but resided nearly all his life upon this place. Whether he built the house in which he lived is not known to the writer, but the supposition is that he did in the ’30’s of the last century. His publishment to Phebe Ann Friend, of Sedgwick, whom he married May 11, 1833, appears in the Blue Hill records, as also do the births of their children, who were as follows:
- Emily Augusta Billings, born March 15, 1834; married David P. Friend, of Sedgwick.
- Albion Paris Billings, born Aug. 8, 1835; lost at sea March, 1869.
- Harriet Ann Billings, born Dec. 10, 1836; married Elbridge Aclar, of Charlestown.
- Isaac Pear Billings, born July 1, 1838.
- John Kingman Billings, born Jan. 7, 1840; died Nov. 6, 1872.
- James K. Polk Billings, born March 29, 1841; died March 23, 1863.
- Mary Matilda Billings, born Nov 21, 1844; married George W. Clough, of Worcester, Mass.
Mr. Billings, head of this family, was a farmer. He died March 5, 1872.