A daughter Eliza was born to David and Eleanor in 1816. In 1840, she married George Stull (1809-1851) who was also lost at sea. She died in 1852.
A son, David, was born to David and Eleanor in 1818. He married Almira Taylor (1820-1881) about 1843. David died in 1898.
David Jr. worked the Grand Banks fishery after which he pursued carpentry. In 1848 he and cousin Stephen Cook started a business outfitting whaling and fishing vessels. Though the partnership dissolved, David continued on his own and became one of the leading merchants in Provincetown. He built Conwell’s wharf and a large warehouse and had financial interests in vessels. He was considered a devoted family man and represented Provincetown in the Legislature in 1888-1889.
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