The next place below Carter’s Point, in the memory of the writer, was that of Joseph Gott, who came from Mt. Desert, and married Hannah Carter, daughter of David and Abigail (Cain) Carter, December 16, 1812. He was a farmer and fisherman and was lost at sea about 1840, from the bowsprit of schooner “Mary Ann”, Capt. Samuel Eaton, owned by John Cheever. He had children as follows:
- Lemuel Gott, born Oct. 23, 1813.
- Harriet Gott, born Sept. 2, 1815.
- Mary Gott, born May 9, 1818.
- Joseph Gott, born Nov. 9, 1820.
- Sophia Carter Gott, born Nov. 20, 1822.
- Martha Gott, born May 29, 1825.
- David Gott, born Oct. 25, 1827.
David Gott Family Genealogy
David Gott, brother of Joseph, also lived on Long Island, probably at this place. He married Joanna Carter, a sister of his brother’s wife, June 27, 1808. He was drowned July 7, 1814. His family record shows that he had four children:
- Abigail Gott, born Aug. 20, 1810; married Moses Friend.
- Joanna Gott, born March 28, 1812; married Amos Gott, Brooksville.
- Hannah Gott, born March 28, 1812; married Galen O. Marks, Brooksville.
- David Gott, born March 23, 1814; died March 31, 1815.