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ANCESTRY 

OF 

Horace Ebenezer Horton 

AND 

Emma (Babcock) Horton 



FROM researches MADE BY 
HORACE EBENEZER HORTON 



1920 



ANCESTRY 

OF 

HORACE EBENEZER 

AND 

EMMA (BABCOCK) HORTON 



FROM RESEARCHES MADE BY 

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PREFACE 



\/fY father, Horace E. Horton. during the last ten years 
1 1 of his life was interested in tracing the ancestry of 
himself and my mother, Emma Babcock Horton. While he 
did not work at it continuously, he did in the aggrejjate 
spend considerable time and effort in obtaining the information 
which appears on the following pages. 

I often talked with him about this work and suggested 
many times that he publish the data he had collected, and 
I think such was his ultimate intention. After his death I 
filed his papers in connection with this work in an unused 
drawer of my desk where they have remained for the past 
eight years, almost forgotten. 

I have not attempted to make any further genealogical 
researches myself, but have simply arranged and put into 
what I hope is accessible form, my father's compilations. Some 
one with the interest and inclination may perha[)s find {)leasure 
in continuing the research. Whoever does, will I am sure, 
find plenty of occupation in obtaining the names which In-long 
in the many blank spaces appearing on the chart. 

Among my father's papers I find correspondence indicat- 
ing that much valuable aid had been rendered him by relatives 
and family connections; accordingly apart from my own per- 
sonal interest, I have always felt that an obligation rested on 
me to have this pamphlet prepared. 

GEORGE TERRY HOK ION 
Chicago, 111., 

August 6th, 1920. 



LIST OF FAMILIES 









PAGE 


Adams 54 


Babcock 






• 29, 97 


Bishop , 






. 16 


Beardsley . 






• 41 


Bourne 






• 70 


Bradford . 






• 57 


Brown . 






47.99 


Chittenden 






. 68 


Cogswell 






• 71 


Cutter . 






• 17 


Forsyth 






• 15 


Fuller . . 






. 62 


Gardner 






• 37 


Giles 






• 14 


Graves . 






. 68 


Green . 






• 17 


Hall (John) 






. 16 


Hall (Henry) 






• 36 


Hallock . . 






• 14 


Hazard 






• 43 


Helme . . , . 




. 40 


Hodge . . 




• 67 


Horton 






• 7,75 



PAGE 

Hurd iQ, gg 

Hyde 60 

Knickerbocker .... 42 

Lane 26 

Law ton 36 

Leete 65 

Marshall 64 

Meigs 27 

Perry 38 

Pickett 26 

Raymond 15 

Richards 69 

Smith 26. 70 

Spalding 52 

Starr 62 

Stevens 26 

Stone 72 

Tucker 45 

Van der Bogart ... 46 

Wilcox 27 

Williams 71 

Waldo 53 



HORTON ANCESTRY ^f^ 



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1. BARNABAS^ HORTON, born at Mousely, Lancashire. 

Eng., July 13, 1600. In 1635 with his wife Mary and 
two children immigrated to America in the sh'\p Sxva/Jow, 
Capt. Jeremiah Horton, master and owner. Landed at 
Hampton, Mass. Moved to New Haven in 1640. On 
the 2ist day of October, 1640, he, together with twelve 
others, Rev. John Youngs, William Wells, Peter Hallock, 
John Tuthill, Richard Terry, Thomas Mapes, Mathias 
Corbin, Robert Ackerly, Jacob Corey, John Conklin, 
Isaac Arnold and John Budd, organized a Congregational 
Church and sailed to Long Island where is now Southold. 
All had families with them except Peter Hallock. 

Barnabas Horton was several times a member of the 
General Court of New Haven and Hartford. He built 
the first frame house ever erected on East Long Island, 
and said house was standing and occupied until 1880. 
His children were all born in .Southold with the ex- 
ception of Joseph and Benjamin, who were born in 
England. 

Children: 

i. Joseph.^ 
ii. Benjamin. 
2 iii. Caleb, m. Abigail Hallock (see No. 2, Hallock 
family), 
iv. Joshua. 
V. Jonathan, 
vi. Hannah, 
vii. Sarah, 
viii. Mary, 
ix. Mercy. 
X. Abigail. 

2. CALEBS HORTON, born at Southold; married ihc. 23, 

1665, Abigail Hallock, daughter ot Peter Hallock the 
Pilgrim; lived at Cutchogue; died Oct. 3, 1702. His 
wife died in 1679 (see Moore's Indexes of SouthoUi). 



8 HoRTON Ancestry 

Children: 

i. Barnabas,^ b. Sept. 23, 1666. 
ii. Jonathan, b. 1668. 
iii. Nathan, b. 1670. 

3 iv. David, b. 1672; m. Mary Horton. 

V. Mary, b. 1675. 
vi. Hannah, 
vii. Abigail. 
viii. Esther, 
ix. Rachel. 

X. Ruth. ^ ,,/ 

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3. DAVID^ HORTON, born 1672; married 1696, his own 

cousin, Mary Horton, born 1687, daughter of Capt. Jona- 
than and Bertha (Wells) Horton. Bertha Wells was the 
daughter of Williams Wells. Mary Horton died in 1749. 

Children: 

4 i. David,* born in 1697; m. Eliza Sweazy. 
ii. Silas, b. 1700. 

iii. John. 

iv. Adam. 

V. Patience. 

vi. Mary, 
vii. Abigail, 
viii. Lydia. 

ix. Phoebe. 

4. DAVID* HORTON, born 1697; married 1720, Eliza Sweazy, 

daughter of Richard Sweazy. 

Children: 

i. Richard,*^ b. 1720. 
ii. Mary, b. 1724. 
iii. Abigail, 
iv. John. 

5 V. David, b. perhaps 1735; m. Mehitable Terry. 

5. DAVID^ HORTON, born perhaps 1735; married Mehitable 

Terry; died . Lived at Riverhead, L. I. Was keeper 

of the County jail for many years. His son: 



HoRTON Ancestry 9 

6. LUTHER« HORTON, soldier in War of 1812. born at 

Riverhead, L. I., Nov. 12, 1777; died Sept. 22, i35d. at 
West Union, N. Y. Had brothers Joseph, Jerry, D.ivid. 
and five sisters. He was the youngest child of the 
family. Married at Norway, N. Y.. April i, 1805, Clarissa, 
daughter of William and Martha (Giles) F"()rsyth; she was 
born April i, 1788, at Williamstown, Mass.; died Sept. 22. 
1868, at West Union, N. Y. She was the eldest child f.f 
the family. (See No. 6, Giles family.) 

Children: 

i. Minerva,^ b. June 16, 1806; m. David Shcrmai) 

(see Appendix A, No. i, 7th generation), 
ii. Harriet, b. Jan. 8, i8dS; m. Jeremiah Petric 
(see Appendix A, No. 2, 7th generation). 
7 iii. Hiram Terry, b. April 27, 181 1: m. Mary Ihird 
(see No. 7, Hurd family), 
iv. Elvira, b. Jan. 13, 1814; m. Alvin Chapin (scr 

Appendix A, No. 3, 7th generation). 
V. Henrietta, b. Jan. 2, 1816; m. Dr. .'\nthony 
Barney (see Appesidix A, No. \. 7th gener- 
ation), 
vi. Henry, b. Aug. 27, 1819; m. Ann Hadloy (see 

Appendix A, No. 5, 7th generation), 
vii. Lewis Freeman, b. Jan. 12. 1821; m. Zindiana 
Beechy (see Appendix A. No. 6. 7th gener- 
ation), 
viii. Jonathan Giles, b. June 27, 1822; 111 Lovm.i 
Mary Wood (see Appendix A. No. 7. 7th 
generation). 
ix Martha Ann, b. May 28. 1825; m. Lev.i:it An- 
thony Barney (see Appendix A. .No S. 7th 
generation). 
x. Maria Adelia, b. Dec. 29, 183 1; m. D.uwin 
Erasmus Barney (see Appendix A. No. 9, 
7th generation). 

7. HIRAM TERRY^ HORTON, born Norway. Herkimer Co.. 

N. Y., April 27, 181 1 ; died Chicago, III., Jan. 7, 19^^). 
aged 94 years, 8 mos., 10 days; married in Norway. N. Y.. 



10 HoRTON Ancestry 

Nov. 8, 1822, Mary, daughter of Ebenezer and Sarah 
(Reeves) Hurd, born Nov. 2, 1807, at Norway, N. Y.; d. 
March 15, 1900, at Rochester, Minn. Of the 95 years of 
his life, the first 22 were spent in his native town, the 
following four years, 1833-1837, at Painesville, Ohio. 
Four years, 1837-1841, at Byron, 111. 17 years, 1841-1858, 
in his native town in Herkimer Co., N. Y., and for 42 
years 1858-1930, he resided at Rochester, Minn. During 
the last six years of his life he made his home with his 
son, Horace Ebenezer Horton, at Chicago. 

Children: 

i. Mary^ Elizabeth, b. Nov. 25, 1837; d. June 2, 
1918; m. Dec. 5. 1877, Edwin Coon, son of 
Amherst and Sally Betsy (Treat) Coon. He 
was b. Feb. 5, 1834; d. Jan., 1914. No 
children. 

2 ii. Horace Ebenezer, b. Dec. 20, 1843; ^- Emma 
Babcock (see No. 8, Babcock family). 

8. HORACES EBENEZER HORTON, born Dec. 20, 1843; 
married at Waupun, Wis., Dec. 28, 1871, Emma, daughter 
of George and Emily (Brown) Babcock. She was born 
April 2, 1846. 

The following is an extract from a letter written by 
my father, Horace E. Horton. Very characteristic. — 
(George T. Horton.) 

"The writer was born in Norway, Herkimer Co., 
N. Y. Moved with my parents to Utica, N. Y., in 1856, 
and moved again in 1858 to Rochester, Minn., where I 
resided until 1890, since which time my residence has 
been Chicago. Am a civil engineer by profession and 
president of the Chicago Bridge & Iron Company, past 
president of the Western Society of Engineers, member 
of the American Society of Civil Engineers, member of 
Union League and Technical Clubs of Chicago, also a 
member of the 'Sons of the American Revolution.' 

Believe I am respectable in character, but am short 
in politics and religion. 

(Signed) Horace Ebenezer Horton." 



HoRTON Ancestry i\ 

Children: 

i. George Terry,^ b. at VVaupun, Wis., Aug. 25. 
1873; m. Nov. 27, 1907, Hazel Hamilton 
Heath, dau. of Ernest W. and Florence 
(Hamilton) Heath of Chicago. 
Children: 

1. Ernest Heath"^ Horton, b. Nov. 6, 

1913- 

2. Florence Hamilton Horton, b. May 

2, 1915. 

ii. Susie Mary, b. Jan. 13, 1876; m. Nov. 4, 1905, 
Robert Heffron Murray, son of George VV. 
and Cora (Heffron) Murray of Chicago. 
No children. 
iii. Jessie Margaret, b. Aug. 8, 1879; ^n- Aug. 22, 
1907, Dr. Karl Konrad Koessler, son of 
Siegmund and Harriet (Leiter) Koessler of 
Vienna. 
Child: 

I. Horace Horton''' Koessler, b.Jan. 28, 
1909. 
iv. Helen, b. April 25, 1881; d. Oct. i, 1881. 
V. Horace Babcock, b. Dec. 25, 1885; m. (i) 
Sept. 15, 1909, Marjorie, dau. of Arthur John 
and Harriet (Devoi) Mason of Chicago; 
m. (2) Phyllis, dau. of John Leo and Annie 
(Delia Torre) Fay of Chicago. 
Children by ist marriage: 

1. Arthur Browning'" Horton, b. May 

25, 1911. 

2. Marjorie Horton, b. June 5. 1913. 

vi. Hiram T., b. April 25, 1888; m. April 29. 1909, 
Violetta, dau. of Richard Henry and Kli/a 
Blanche (Marlow) Lee of Morgan Park. 111. 
Child: 

I. p:mi Lee'" Horton, b. July 16, 1911. 



FAMILIES INTERMARRIED WITH 
HORTON FAMILY 

HALLOCK 

FORSYTH 

GILES 

RAYMOND 

BISHOP 

HALL 

GREEN 

CUTTER 



14 HoRTON Ancestry 



HALLOCK FAMILY 



1. PETERS HALLOCK, with thirteen Pilgrim fathers, includ- 

ing Rev. John Youngs, landed at New Haven, Oct. 21, 
1640, and subsequently located at Southold, L. L, being 
one of the first settlers there. His original homestead was 
as recently as 18S8 still occupied by his descendants. He 
came from Hingham, Norfolk Co., England. Married at 
Southold, Mrs. Howells (widow). 

2. ABIGAIL^ HALLOCK, daughter of the above married 

Dec. 23, 1665, Caleb^ Horton. (Moore's Indexes of South- 
old, also Gen. Diet, of R. I.) 



GILES FAMILY 



EDWARD^ GILES, immigrant from Salisbury, Wilkeshire, 
Eng., arrived in America May 14, 1634; married in Eng- 
land in 1633. Bridget Very, widow; died 1650. She died 
in 1680. 

JOHN'^ GILES, born April 15, 1645; married 1670, 



Giles, daughter of John Giles. He moved to Beverly and 
died in 1715. 

3. JOHN^ GILES, born 1671 ; married March 29, 1694, Abi- 

gaiP Raymond of Beverly; died 1733. 

4. JOHN* GILES, born June 21, 1695; married Susanna^ Hall. 

She born Aug. 30, 1696, daughter of Nathaniel and Eliza- 
beth (Cutter) Hall of Medford; died at Medford, May 21, 
1754- 

5. JONATHAN=^ GILES, born 1735; married April 26, 1757, 

Elizabeth Twist. He owned a house and lot in South 
Danvers in 1759. He enlisted March 17, 1757, as a pri- 
vate in Capt. Jno. Tapley's Company and was in service 
until Nov. 17, 1757 (Massachusetts Archives). He had 
children born at South Danvers from 1758 to 1765 and 
moved to Williamstown, Mass., in 1770. He appears with 
rank of private in Capt. Samuel Clark's company, Col. 
Benj. Symond's regiment; enlisted Aug. 14, 1777; also in 



HoRTON Ancestry 15 

same company Oct. 12-19, 1780, and again Oct. 26. 17^. 
(References: Mass. Revolutionary War Archives, Vol. 18. 
pages 78, 79, 80.) 

6. MARTHA" GILES, born 1762; married about 1786, \Vm. 
Forsyth. She died at Norway, N. Y. in 1822 



Wm. Forsyth, born 1759; died Norway, N. Y., Oct. 29. 
1830; he appears as private in Capt. Israel Harris' Com- 
pany, Col. Benj. Symond's regiment; enlisted Oct. 12. 
1780; also appears as private in Capt. T. J. SUinner's Com- 
pany, Col. Asa Barnes' regiment; enlisted Nov. i, 1781, 
(References: Mass. Revolutionary War Archives, \'ul. 20, 
page 83, Vol. 23, page 48.) 



RAYMOND FAMILY 

1. WILLIAM^ RAYMOND, born about 1637; came from Es- 

sex County, England, with his brother John about the year 
1652. Married Hannah'^ Bishop, b. April 12, 1646, dau. 
of Edward and Sarah Bishop. Died Jan. 29, 1709. He 
took part in the Narragansett Fight in 1675. and in 1683 
was appointed Lieut. Commander of Beverly and Wen- 
ham troops, commanding a company in Canada Expedition 
of 1690. Capt. Raymond was deputy from Beverly in the 
year 1685. 

Children : 

i. William.^ 
ii. Edward, 
iii. Hannah. 
2 iv. Abigail, m. John' Giles. 

2. ABIGAIL^ RAYMOND, bapt. July 23, 167O; niarnrd .March 

29, 1694, John^ Giles. 

From Raymond Families of New England, by Samuel 
Raymond, Press of J. J. Little & Co., Astor Place. N. Y.. 
1886. 



16 HoRTON Ancestry 

BISHOP FAMILY 

1. EDWARD^ BISHOP of Salem, 1639. Wife Sarah . 

Was a founder of the church at Beverl}' 1667. 

Children : 
2 i. Hannah,^ m. William^ Raymond, 

ii. Edward, 
iii. Mary. 

2. HANNAH'^ BISHOP, bapt. April 12. 1646; married William' 

Raymond. (Savage Gen. Diet. ) 



HALL FAMILY 

JOHN^ HALL of Cambridge and Concord 1652, son of 

Widow Mary , was born in England ; married April 

4, 1656, Elizabeth Green, dau. of Percival and Ellen Green 
of Cambridge. He later removed to Medford and died 
there Oct. 18, 1701. His wife died Feb. 4, 1714. 

Children : 

i. Elizabeth. 2 
ii. John. 

2 iii. Nathaniel, m. Elizabeth'*' Cutter, 
iv. Percival. 

V. Stephen, 
vi. Sarah, 
vii. Mary, 
viii. Jonathan. 
ix. Thomas. 
X. Susannah. 

NATHANIEL^ HALL, born July 7, 1666; married April 
16, 1690, Elizabeth^ Cutter, born March i, 1669, dau. of 
Richard and Frances (Perriman) Cutter of Cambridge. 

Children : 

i. Elizabeth.'^ 
ii. Nathan. 

3 iii. Susannah ; m. John* Giles. 



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HoRTON Ancestry 17 

iv. Sarah. 
V. Tabitha. 
vi. William. 

3. SUSANNAH-^ HALL, born Aug. 30, 1696; married John* 
Giles. (Savage Geti. Diet.) 



GREEN FAMILY 

1. PERCIVAL^ GREEN of Cambridge was probably a brother 

of Bartholemew Green. He came to America in 1635 at 
the age of 32. Married Ellen . Died Dec, 1639. 

Children : 

i. John. 
2 ii. EHzabeth, m. John^ Hall. 

2. ELIZABETH^ GREEN, born April, 1639; died Feb. 14. 

1714; married John^ Hall. (Savage Gen. Diet.) 



CUTTER FAMILY 

RICHARD^ CUTTER of Cambridge. Freeman June 2. 
1641. Wife Elizabeth . Died June 16, 1693. 

Children : 

i. Samuel.^ 

ii. Ephraim. 

iii. Thomas. 

iv. Gershorn. 

V. William. 

vi. Mary. 

His wife Ehzabeth died March 5. 1662. and he married 
2nd, Frances, widow of Isaac Amsdcn (maiden name 
Perriman). They had children: 

vii. Nathaniel.^ 
2 viii. Elizabeth, m. Nathaniel- Hall. 

ix. Ruhamah. 
X. Rebecca. 



18 HoRTON Ancestry 

xi. Hepsibah. 
xii. Hepsibah. 
xiii. Sarah. 

2. ELIZABETH- CUTTER, born March i, 1669; married 
April 16, 1690. Nathaniel- Hall. (Savage Gen. Diet.) 



KURD ANCESTRY 

1. ADAM^ HURD, with his brother John Hurd, came to Strat- 

ford, Conn., among the first settlers in 1639, Stratford 
being the seventh plantation settled that year. He married 
Hannah, daughter of John Bertram. His son 

2. JOHN- HURD. son of Adam and Hannah (Bertram) Hurd. 

married Mrs. Johanna Judson, Widow, Dec. 10, 1662. and 
removed from Stratford to Woodbury, having secured a 
grant from the Indians of a large tract of land lyinij aloni; 
the Shepaug. This first settlement of Woodbury did not 
long remain in peace. The Indians became unfriendly 
and there were long weary months of devastations, con- 
flagrations and massacres until the death of King Philip, 
when they were enabled to settle down and turn their 
attention toward improvements. 

They grew corn but had to grind it by means of a pestle 
and mortar which required much time. John llurd then 
became the builder and owner of the first mill to grind 
corn in the State of Connecticut. The millstones, 24 inches 
in diameter and 6 inches thick he secured at Stratford, and 
carried them on horseback, through the forests to Wood- 
bury. It ground a bushel and a half per day. In 1681, 
the population having increased, he replaced the old mill 
by a larger one of suf^cient capacity to do all the grinding 
required by the townspeople. The original millstones have 
been preserved ; one is at the foot of a monument in the 
center of the town of Woodbury, and the other has foun.l 
a place in the Capitol at Hartford. 

John Hurd owned considerable land. In an agreenicnt 
in settling his c-^tate after his death his widow Ann and 
children signed the paper (Probate Rec. B.. UiS^j-iJoi. 
p. 148). 

Children : 

i. Sarah," b. Dec. 10, 1664. 
ii. Joseph, b. Feb. — , 1666. 



20 HoRTON Ancestry 

iii. Benjamin, b. Feb. i6, 1667 ; married , daughter 

of Abraham Kimberly, and removed to Wood- 
bury. 

3 iv. Ebenezer, b. Nov. 9, 1668; m. Sarah^ Lane. 

V. Ruth, b. Feb. 20, 1670. 
vi. John, b. Aug. 17, 1673. 

(From History of Stratford by Orcutt. History of Ancient 
Woodbury, p. 1509, under Hurd Family we find that John, the 
father of Ebenezer, was the son of Adam.) 

3. EBENEZER^ HURD, born Nov. 9, 1668; married Sarah^ 

daughter of Robert and Sarah (Pickett) Lane. She born in 
1667. Moved to KilHngworth, Conn. 

Children : 

i. Robert,* bap. Oct. 16, 1695. 

4 ii. Daniel, b. , 1696; m. Rachel* Smith. 

iii. Ruth, b. Jan. 17, 1697. 

iv. Elnathan, b. Oct. 12, 1699. 
V. Josiah, b. Nov. 5, 1701. 

vi. Rebecca, b. Oct. 24, 1703; died Dec. 26, 1770. 
vii. Abigail, b. Oct. 5, 1705. 
viii. Hannah, b. Sept. 20, 1707; died young, 
ix. Hannah, b. Oct. 31, 1709. 

4. DANIEL* HURD, born , 1696; died Jan. 21, 1766; 

married Feb. 10, 1718, Rachel,* daughter of John and 
Rachel Smith. She was born in 1703, died April 24, 1750. 
Both lived and died at KilHngworth, Conn. He married 
(2), Dec. 18, 1750, Dorothy Leete, of Guilford. 

Children by ist marriage: 

i. Daniel.^ 

5 ii. Abraham, b. , 1724; m. Mary^ Wilcox. 

iii. Ruth, m. Oliver Teall. 

iv. Ebenezer. 

v. Mary, m. David Buell. 

vi. Rachel. 

Children by 2nd marriage : 



HoRTON Ancestry 21 

vii. Caleb Leete,^ b. Jan. 22, 1753; m. Mary, dau. of 

Daniel Griswold, and had thirteen children, 
viii. Dorothy, d. unm., 19 years of age. 

5. ABRAHAM^ KURD, born 1724; died ; married 1753. 

Mary,^ daughter of Samuel and Mary (Stevens) Wilcox. 
She was born in 1732, died in 1805. Both lived and died 
at Kiilingworth, Conn. 

Children : 

i. Molly,^ b. Oct. 7, 1754. 
ii. Asenath, b. March 8, 1757. 
iii. Abraham, b. Jan. 15, 1759. 
iv. Nancy, b. Jan. 20, 1763. 
V. Rachel, b. Oct. — , 1765. 

vi. Benjamin, b. Nov. 25, 1767; lived and died in 
Kiilingworth, Conn. His son Oliver lived at 
Hartford, Conn, 
vii. Lydia, b. April 27, 1770. 

viii. Asa, b. Jan. 22, 1773. Moved to near Drydcn, 
N. Y. Had two daughters. One m. a Mr. 
Bushnell. Lived at Kiilingworth, Conn. Had 
a son Orasmus Bushnell ; a prominent lawyer 
50 years ago in the city of New York. The 
other daughter m. a Mr. driswold and lived 
near Dryden, N. Y. 
6 ix. Ebenezer, b. Dec. 25, 1774; m. Sarah Reeves. 
X. Nathaniel, b. Nov. 25, 1777. 

6. EBENEZER" HURD, born Dec. 25, 1774. in Kiilingworth. 

Conn. Moved to Norway, Herkimer Co., N. Y.. where he 
married Sarah Reeves, April 25, 1799; died in Norway. 
N. Y., May 9, 1865. She died in Norway, N. Y.. May 28. 
1848. 

There is a tradition in the family that durin.L,' the Revo- 
lution the quick wit of Sarah ( ) Reeves, mother of 

Sarah Reeves, saved not only her property but that of a 
merchant in the Long Island town near which she lived. 

She, with her children and invalid husband, lived on 
the outskirts of the town. The merchant, knowing that 



22 HoRTON Ancestry 

a British raid was expected, concealed in Mrs. Reeves' cel- 
lar several cases of fine wine. Previous to this the fire- 
arms of the family had been concealed in a neighboring 
swamp — supported on crotched sticks to keep them from 
the ground. 

When the soldiers entered Mrs. Reeves' home and began 
their search, nothing of value was discovered. The brick 
oven was full of new bread, which they took, leaving in its 
place some hardtack, with the remark : "This is good 
enough for the rebel's brats." 

Not satisfied with their search, they asked her if she had 
any arms. Sarah Reeves then threw up first one arm and 
then the other, saying. "Oh, yes ! This is one and here is 
the other." The officer, turning to his men, said, "Poor 
fool, she does not know what we mean." 

The soldiers decided it would be a useless waste of 
time to search the cellar and so the wine was saved, the 
British taking only the bread. After the close of the war 
the merchant rewarded her by presenting each child with 
a bottle of wine. One of these bottles is still in the pos- 
session of one of her descendants, Mrs. J. B. Root, great- 
grand-daughter. 

Children : 

i. Benjamin,' b. April 7, 1800; d. March 27, 1804. 
ii. Sarah, b. July 10, 1801 ; m. Daniel P. Baxter. 

(See Appendix B, No. i, 7th generation.) 
iii. Abram, b. June i, 1803; m. Maria Hurlbut. 

(See Appendix B, No. 2, 7th generation.) 
iv. Benjamin, b. March 15, 1805; m. Almira E. Shel- 
don. (See Appendix B, No. 3, 7th generation.) 
7 V. Mary, b. Feb. 2, 1807; m. Hiram T. Horton. 

vi. Arnold E., b. Jan. 6, 1809; m. Persis Patrick. 

(See Appendix B, No. 4, 7th generation.) 
vii. Silas R., b. May 30, 181 1 ; m. Mary Ann Bellows. 

(See Appendix B, No. 5, 7th generation.) 
viii. Hiram H., b. Feb. i, 1813; d. Nov. 3, 1833. 
ix. Eliza, b. Aug. 9, 1815; m. Hiram EngH.sh. (See 

Appendix B, No. 6, 7th generation.) 
x. Daphne, b. June 10, 1817; d. June 22, 1833. 



HoRTON Ancestry 23 

7. MARY^ HURD, born Feb. 2, 1807; died March 15. 1900; 
married Nov. 8, 1832, Hiram T. Horton, son of Luther and 
Clarissa (Forsyth) Horton. born April 27. 181 1; died 
Jan. 6, 1906. 

[See page 10.] 



FAMILIES INTERMARRIED WITH 
KURD LINE 

LANE 
PICKETT 
SMITH 
WILCOX 

STEVENS 
MEIGS 



26 HoRTON Ancestry 

LANE FAMILY 

1. ROBERT^ LANE, a native of Derbyshire, England, was barn 

about 1639; Dec. 19, 1665, he married Sarah Pickett (who 
was baptized in 1648). He served his town in the colonial 
assembly from 1699 to 1715. He died April 2, 1718, at 
Killingworth, Ct. His daughter 

2. SARAH- LANE; married Ebenezer^ Hurd. 



PICKETT FAMILY 

1. JOHN^ PICKETT (Jr.?) and Margaret his wife, are known 

to have lived at Salem in 1648, and at Stratford in 1660. 
John was deputy to Colonial Assembly, 1673-5, ^^^ ^i^^ 
at Stratford. April 11, 1684. Margaret died Oct. 6, 1683. 
His daughter, 

2. SARAH2 PICKETT, married Robert^ Lane. 



SMITH FAMILY 

1. THOMAS^ SMITH, of Bradford, a blacksmith, married July 

10, 1656, Hannah, daughter of Samuel Nettleton. Re- 
moved to Guilford, 1659, and removed again to Killing- 
worth in 1664-5. 

2. SAMUEL^ SMITH. 

3. JOHN^' SMITH. 

4. RACHEL* SMITH, married Daniel* Hurd. 



STEVENS FAMILY 

I. JOHN^ STEVENS, of Guilford, 1650; freeman 1669; died 
Oct. 2, 1670. Will names 4 children: 
i. John,- in Old England, 
ii. Thomas. 
2 iii. William, m. Mary Meigs, 
iv. Mary, wife of Jno. Collins. 



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2. WILLIAM^' STEVENS, of Guilford and Killingworth. born 

in England; died before 1685; married March 3, 1653, 
Mary, daughter of John^ and Tamazin (Fry) Meigs, who 
died April 30, 1703. 

Children : 

i. John,^ b. March 3, 1654. 

3 ii. Samuel, b. March i, 1656; m. Elizabeth . 

iii. Nathaniel, b. Oct. 29, 1661. 
iv. Judith, b. Oct. i, 1668. 
V. Josiah, b. Dec. 8, 1670. 

3. SAMUEL^ STEVENS, of Killingworth, died before 1724; 

married Elizabeth , who died May 30, 1701. 

Children : 

i. Samuel.* 

ii. John. 

iii. Elizabeth, wife of John Hubbard. 

iv. Mary, m. Samuel* Wilcox, Jr. 



MEIGS FAMILY 



1. JOHN^ MEIGS, of Weymouth, son of Vincent and 

(Churchill) Meigs, born in England, Feb. 29, 1642; re- 
moved probably to Rehoboth, 1643; -^^^ Haven, 1647, 
then to Guilford, 1654, and Killingworth, 1662. He died 
Jan. 4, 1672. His daughter, 

2. MARY- MEIGS, married William^ Stevens. 



WILCOX FAMILY 

WILLIAM^ WILCOX, of Stratford, freeman of Mass.. 
1636, coming from Concord, Mass., 1640. Will dated 
165 1. Wife Margaret, who later married Wm. Hayden, of 
Windsor, Ct., died in 1655. 

JOSEPH^ WILCOX, born about 1638; died before i<'>84; 
married Ann . 



28 HoRTON Ancestry 

3. SAMUEL^ WILCOX, born 1663; married Jan. i, 1696, Ruth 

Westcott, who died Jan. 16, 1728-9. 

4. SAMUEL* WILCOX, born Nov. 18, 1696; married Nov. 8, 

1720, Mary Stevens, who died April 14, 1740. 

5. MARY^' WILCOX, born Jan. 25. 1722-3; married Abraham'' 

Hurd. 



BABCOCK ANCESTRY 

I. JAMES^ BABCOCK, born 1612 in England, probably in F,s- 
sex County; died at Portsmouth, R. I., June 12, 1679; mar- 
ried Sarah , who died 1665. 

His residence for the first twenty years was in Ports- 
mouth, R. I. He moved to Westerly, R. I., in March, 
1662. A tract of land twenty miles by ten miles, known 
as Misquamicut. afterwards Westerly, was purchased from 
the Indian Chief Sosoa, June 29th, 1661-62, by a Com- 
pany numbering sixty or more, headed by William 
Vaughan, and it was in the following March that they made 
their first permanent settlement in Westerly. 

The records of Westerly show that James Babcock was 
a man of sterling integrity and of strong convictions. He 
was honored and trusted as a citizen and ready to serve 
the community in whatever capacity he was appointed. 

Children : 

i. James,^ b. 1641. 
2 ii. John, b. 1644; m. Mary- Lawton. 
iii. Job, b. 1646. 
iv. Mary, b. 1648. 
V. Joseph, b. 1670. 
vi. Nathaniel, 
vii. Ehzabeth. 

2. JOHN^ BABCOCK, second son of James, born Portsmouth. 
R. I., 1644; died Westerly, R. I., 1685 ; married Mary Law- 
ton, daughter of George and Elizabeth (Hazard) Lawton. 
of Portsmouth. She died Nov. 8, 171 1. 

Tradition says that John and Mary eloped from iNcw- 
port, R. L, in a boat and married themselves, calling on 
the moon and stars to witness the solemn vow. They set- 
tled on the east bank of the Pawcatuck River, on Mussa- 
tuxet Cove, two and one-half miles from Westerly. c,n the 
Watch Hill Road, with no neighbors but the fru-ndly In- 
dians, and were not found until several months later, when 
their parents made inquiry of the Indians. 



30 HoRTON Ancestry 

John settled in Westerly on the banks of the Pawcatuck 
River, and his eldest son, James, inherited the homestead. 
Some of this homestead land has never passed from the 
ownership of the descendants of John. When he died, the 
inventory of his personal property amounted to £790, 3s, 
the largest amount recorded in the tow^n of Westerly for 
many years. 
Children : 

i. James, ^ b. 1663. 
ii. Ann, b. 1665. 
iii. Mary, b. 1667. 
iv. John, b. 1669. 
V. Job, b. 1671. 

3 vi. George, b. 1673 ; m. Elizabeth* Hall. 
vii. EJihu, b. 1675. 

viii. Robert, b. 1678. 
ix. Joseph, b. 1681. 
X. Oliver, b. 1683. 

3. GEORGE^ BABCOCK, fourth son of John and Mary (Law- 

ton) Babcock, was born Westerly, R. I., 1673; died South 
Kingston, R. I., May ist, 1756; married Nov. 28, 1694, 
Elizabeth, daughter of Henry and Content Hall, of Kings- 
ton, R. I. She died South Kingston, May 8, 1762. George 
Babcock was for many years Justice of the Peace. 
Children : 

i. Mary,* b. Sept. 20, 1695. 
ii. George, b. April 9, 1699. 

4 iii. David, b. Dec. 22, 1700; m. Dorcas^ Brown, 
iv. Jonathan, b. March 22, 1702-3. 

V. Elizabeth, b. March 16, 1705. 

vi. Abigail, b. Feb. 6, 1707. 
vii. Ruth, b. March 14, 1709. 
viii. Eunice, b. Jan. 13, 1712-13. 
ix. Hezekiah, b. March 25, 1715-16. 

X. Elisha, b. May 18, 1718. 

4. DAVID* BABCOCK, son of George and Elizabeth (Hall) 

Babcock. born Westerly, R. I.. Dec. 22. 1700; died South 



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Kingston, March, 1783; was married by his father on Feb. 
24. 1730. to Dorcas,^ daughter of Daniel and Dorcas 
(Gardner) Brown, who was born May 23. 1713, and died 
at South Kingston, Dec. 28, 1798. 

At the time of his marriage, David was hving in South 
Kingston, R. I., and he continued to live there the rest of 
his Hfe. 

The will of David Babcock is dated April 10. 1782. 
From the first clause of his will there is reserved "from 
the household plate" left to his wife "my silver tankard,'" 
and by the second clause of the will, in addition to real 
estate given to "my beloved son David," is given "my 
silver tankard." The tankard has been handed down in 
the family and is now owned by Mr. George Terry Il(»r- 
ton, eldest son of Horace Ebenezer and Emma ( Babcock) 
Horton. 

Children : 
5 i. David,^ b. April 10, 1734; m. Sarah'' Perry, 
ii. Jonathan, b. Nov. 19, 1735. 
iii. Benedict, b. Oct. 21, 1737. 
iv. Ruth, b. May 28, 1739. 
V. Abjiah, b. Jan. 8, 1741. 
vi. Gideon, b. July 2, 1744. 
vii. Dorcas, b. March 14, 1745. 
viii. Mary, b. Sept. 27. 1747. 
ix, Asa. 
X. Miriam. 

DAVID^ BABCOCK, born April 10, 1734, at South King.s- 
ton, R. I. Was a sailor. Married at Charleston, Sarah* 
Perry, daughter of Samuel and Susannah (Hazard) Perry, 
born March 30, 1738. Was admitted a Freeman of North 
Kingston in 1756, and late in life removed to OtseRC) 
County. 

(Following from Records of War Department) 
The records show that David Babcock served a> a pri- 
vate in Capt. Robert Johnston's Company. 3r(l New York 
Regiment, commanded by Col. Jame^ Clinton. Revolution- 



32 HoRTON Ancestry 

ary War. His name appears on a muster roll of the com- 
pany covering the period from June 28th, to Oct. 3, 1775, 
and bearing the latter date at Camp at Ticonderoga, which 
shows that he enhsted July 13 (year not stated). Nothing 
additional has been found of record relative to this soldier. 
The records also show that David Babcock served as a 
private in Captain Caleb Bentley's Company. Colonel 
Cornelius Humphrey's (4th) Regiment, New York Militia, 
Revolutionary War. His name first appears on a muster 
roll dated at Ft. Constitution, Sept. 3, 1776, and is borne 
on a pay-roll covering the period from Oct. i to Nov. i, 
1776. Neither the date of his enlistment nor the date of 
his discharge appears on record. 

Children : 

6 i. David,^ b. May 17, 1760; m. Sarah- Beardsley. 
ii. Sarah, b. Aug. 14, 1762. 
iii. Elizabeth, b. July 20, 1764. 
iv. Benjamin, b. June 7, 1766. 
V. Edward, b. Sept. 18, 1769. 
vi. Paul, b. April 9, 1771. 
vii. Simeon, b. June 10, 1773. 
viii. Daniel, b. June 28, 1775. 
ix. Joshua, b. Aug. 4, 1779. 

6. DAVID*' BABCOCK, born at South Kingston, R. I., May 17, 
1760; died Nov. 17, 1831 ; married at Sharon, Conn., 
Sarah, 2 daughter of John and Deborah (Knickerbocker) 
Beardsley. She was born at Sharon, Conn., Sept. 2, 1765 ; 
died Ames, N. Y., 1856. 

Children : 

i. David,^ b. Feb. 10, 1794. (See Appendix C, No. 

I, 7th generation.) 
ii. Sarah, b. Jan. 16, 1796. (See Appendix C, No. 2, 

7th generation.) 
iii. Maria, b. Feb. 10, 1800. (See Appendix C, No. 3, 

7th generation.) 
iv. John, b. Feb. 10, 1803. (See Appendix C, No. 4, 
7th generation.) 



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V. Jesse, b. Oct. 16, 1805. (See Appendix C. No. 5. 
7th generation.) 
7 vi. George, b. May 3, 1810; m. Emily Brown. (Sec 
No. 6, Brown family.) 

7. GEORGE^ BABCOCK, born Deersfielcl, N. Y., May 3. 

1810; died Waupun, Wis., Oct. — , 1877; married New 
York, June i, 1845, Emily, daughter of Deliverance and 
Mary (Hyde) Brown. She was born in Vermont, Sept. 
22, 1812; died Waupun, Wis., March 21, 1877. 

Child: 

i. Emma,^ b. April 2, 1846; m. Horace E. florton. 
(See No. 8, Horton family.) 

8. EMMA« BABCOCK, born at Wheeling, III, April 2, 1846; 

married at Waupun, Wis., Dec. 28, 1871, Horace E. Hor- 
ton, son of Hiram and Mary (Hurd) Horton, born Nor- 
way, N. Y., Dec. 20, 1843. (See No. 7, Brown family.) 

[See page 10.] 



FAMILIES INTERMARRIED WITH 
BABCOCK LINE 

LAVVTON 

HAZARD 

HALL 

GARDNER 

PERRY 

TUCKER 

HELME 

BEARDSLEY 

KNICKERBOCKER 

VAN DER BOGART 



36 HoRTON Ancestry 

LAWTON FAMILY 

1. GEORGE^ LAWTON was admitted an inhabitant to the 

Island of Aquidneck in 1638. Married Elizabeth Hazard, 
dau. of Thomas and Martha Hazard. He was a member 
of the Court of Trials, 1648. Freeman, 1655. Deputy, 
1665-16S0, and filled many other important political of- 
fices in Portsmouth. 
Children : 
i. Isabel.' 

ii. John. 
2 iii. Mary ; m. John^ Babcock. 

iv. George. 

V. Robert. 

vi. Susanna. 

vii. Ruth, 
viii. Mercy. 

ix. Job. 

X. Elizabeth. 

2. MARY2 LAWTON, born ; married John^' Babcock ; died 

Nov. 8, 171 1. 

(Bond's Gen. Hist, of Watertown.) 



HALL (HENRY) FAMILY 

HENRY^ HALL was a weaver who settled at Westerly, R. I. 

He died , 1717. His will was proved July 22, 1717; 

married Content , who died 17 19. 

Children : 
i. Henry. ^ 
ii. Mercy, 
iii. James, 
iv. John. 
V. Edward, 
vi. William, 
vii. Elisha. 
2 viii. Elizabeth; m. George^ Babcock. 
ix. Lydia. 



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X. Mary. 
xi. Martha. 

2. ELIZABETH^ HALL, born ; married Nov. 28. 1694. 

George^ Babcock; died May 8, 1762. 
(Bond's Gen. Hist, of Watertown.) 



GARDNER FAMILY 
GEORGE^ GARDNER came to America ; died 



1677. Herodius (Long) Hicks was his common-law wife. 
Her story is that upon the death of her father, she was 
privately married in London at the age of 14 to one John 
Hicks, with whom she came to New England, settling at 
Weymouth, where she lived for two and one-half years. 
thence going to Rhode Island about the year 1640. Soon 
after this, she was deserted by her husband, who went away 
to the Dutch, carrying with him most of her estate .sent her 
by her mother. She then became the wife of George 
Gardner. On May 11, 1658, carrying with her a six 
months old baby, she went from Newport to Wey- 
mouth to deliver religious testimony upon which she 
was carried to Boston before Gov. John Endicott, who sen- 
tenced her to be whipped ten lashes with a three-fold 
knotted whip, after which she was confined to prison for 
fourteen days longer. All this after a long and diflicult 
journey of above sixty miles through a wilderness almost 
impassable for a man. 

Children : 
i. Benoni.^ 
2 ii. Henry; m. Abigail Remington, 
iii. George, 
iv. William. 
V. Nicholas, 
vi. Dorcas, 
vii. Rebecca, 
.viii. Samuel. 
ix. Joseph. 
X. Lydia. 
xi. Mary. 



38 HoRTON Ancestry 

xii. Peregrine, 
xiii. Robert, 
xiv. Jeremiah. 

2. HENRY2 GARDNER, born 1645; died. 1744; married Abi- 

gail (Richmond) Remington, b. 1656, dau. of Edward and 

Abigail (Davis) Richmond. She died , 1744. 

Children : 
i. Henry.^ 

3 ii. Ephraim ; m. Penelope Eldred. 
iii. William. 

iv. Martha. 

3. EPHRAIM^ GARDNER, born Jan. 17, 1693; died April 11, 

1774. He resided at North Kingston. Married April 28, 
1713, Penelope Eldred, dau. of Samuel and Martha Eldred. 
She died April 19, 1783. 
Children : 

4 i. Dorcas,* ; m. Daniel Brown, 
ii. Penelope. 

iii. Samuel, 
iv. James. 
V. Ephraim. 
vi. Christopher. 

4. DORCAS* GARDNER, born ; married Daniel Brown, 

son of . 

5. DORCAS^ BROWN, daughter of Daniel and Dorcas (Gard- 

ner) Brown, born May 23, 1713; died South Kingston, 
Dec. 28, 1798; married Feb. 24, 1730, David* Babcock. 
(Bond's Gen. Hist, of Watertown.) 



PERRY FAMILY 



EDWARD^ PERRY, first American ancestor of the Rhode 
Island Perry Family, was a member of the Society of 
Friends or Quakers. Notwithstanding his Quaker convic- 
tions, he thrived and prospered, and was appointed to fill 
many offices of trust. He was born in England in 1630, 



2. 



3- 



HoRTON Ancestry 39 

and came to America with his parents in 1639. He mar- 
ried a Puritan maiden "of high degree," Mary Freeman. 
daughter of Edmund Freeman, the Lieutenant-riovernor — 
some time acting Governor of Plymouth, and persuaded his 
father-in-law that the marriage ceremony should couforni 
to the simple Quaker rite. This departure from Puritan 
forms of religion was so offensive to the lawmakers of 
Plymouth that Perry was annually condemned for many 
years to pay a fine, the largest except one ever impo>ed in 
the Colony. 
Children : 
i. Dorcas.^ 
2 ii. Samuel ; m. Mary- Tucker, 
iii. Sarah, 
iv. Edward. 
V. Benjamin, 
vi. Mary, 
vii. Deborah, 
viii. Peace, 
ix. Rest. 
SAMUEL^ PERRY, born 1664; died July 2, 1716; married 
May 9, 1690, Mary^ Tucker, dau. of Henry and Martha 
Tucker. Migrated to Narragansett. 

Children : 
i. James.^ 
ii. Edward. 
3 iii. Samuel ; m. Susannah^ Hazard. 
iv. Simeon. 
V. Benjamin. 

SAMUEL=^ PERRY, born 1695; died Dec. 21. 1775; marru-d 
Nov 3 1718, Susannah^ Hazard, b. April 23. \(m. 'lau 
of Stephen and Elizabeth (Helme) Hazard. She du-<l n, 
1756. Samuel Perry held many public offices. 

Children : 

i. Elizabeth.* 
ii. Mary. 
iii. Samuel, 
iv. Simeon. 



40 HoRTON Ancestry 

V. Hannah, 
vi. Edward, 
vii. John, 
viii. Stephen. 
4 ix. Sarah ; m. David^ Bahcock. 
X. Ruth, 
xi. Susanna, 
xii. Meribah. 

4. SARAH^ PERRY, born March 30, 1738; married at Charles- 
ton, David^ Babcock. 

(Austin's Gen. Diet.; also from Perry s of Rhode Island, 
by Rev. Calbraith Bourn Perry.) 



HELME FAMILY 

1. CHRISTOPHERS HELME, of Warwick, R. I., was ap- 

pointed Sergeant Aug. 8, 1647. Was a member of Court 
of Trials. Was disfranchised for going about to under- 
mine the liberty of the town, but the censure was subse- 
quently removed. He married Margaret . They both 

died in 1650. 
Children : 

i. William.^ 
ii. Christopher, 
iii. Samuel. 
2 iv. Rouse; m. Mary . 

2. ROUSE2 HELME, born ; died May 17, 1712; married 

Mary , who died May 9, 1712. 

Children : 
i. Samuel.^ 
2 ii. Elizabeth ; m. Stephen^* Hazard, 
iii. Margaret, 
iv. Mercy. 
V. Rouse. 

3. ELIZABETH HELME, born ; married Stephen" Haz- 

ard. 

(Austin's Gen. Diet, of R. I.) 



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BEARDSLEY FAMILY 

JOHN^ BEARDSLEY. born Nov. 22. 1725. in Norwalk. 
Conn. ; married in 1748, Deborah Knickerbocker, who died 
in 181 1. His father's name was John. who^;e wife's fam- 
ily name was Wooley and who came from Stratford. Conn. 

SARAH2 BEARDSLEY, dau. of John and Deborah 
(Knickerbocker) Beardsley, born at Sharon, Conn.. Sept. 
2, 1765; died at Ames, N. Y., 1856; married David" Bal>- 
cock. 



It is known that the father of John Beardsley, mentioncl 
above, was John Beardsley from Stratford, who was, there- 
fore, in all probability, descended from William Beards- 
ley, a mason from St. Albans, Eng.. who came to .^mc^ica 
1635 with Rev. Adam Blakeman in the ship Planter. 

With him were his wife Mary , and four children. Me 

landed at Hadley, Mass., where he remained until 1638. 
He then moved to Hartford, Conn., and later to Stratford, 
where he was one of the first settlers. Was Deputy to Gen- 
eral Court for seven years. His will was proved July 6. 
1666; died at the age of 56. Had eight children: 

Mary. 

John. 

Joseph. 

Samuel. 

Sarah. 

Hannah. 

Daniel. 

Thomas. 
(From Hist, of Stratford, Conn.) 



In a letter written to Mr. Horace E. Horton, by Mrs. Koso 
Knickerbocker Bradford, 490 St. Nicholas Ave., New York City. 
August I, 1904, we find a statement that the John Beardsley born 
Nov. 22, 1725, was the son of Samuel, son of Daniel, son -f Wil- 
liam and Marv who came in the ship Planter, 1635 or thereabouts 



42 HoRTON Ancestry 

KNICKERBOCKER FAMILY 

1. HARM EN JANSE^ KNICKERBOCKER, head of the fam- 

ily in America, was the son of Van Wye Harman Janse 
Van Berghen Knickerbocker and his wife Juliana Van 
Marnix, dau. of Rutger Van Marnix, Lord of Botselaer. 
The name "Knickerbocker" is variously spelled and is sup- 
posed to mean marble-baker and to have b^en assumed by 
Harmen Janse Van Berghen after his arrival in America. 
(Smith's Hist, of Rhinberts.) 

Harmen Janse Knickerbocker was born in Friesland in 
1648, entered the Dutch Navy at an early age and served 
during that period when Holland was so remarkable for 
its naval victories. He was severely wounded at the bat- 
tle of Solebay ofT the coast of England, July 25, 1665. 
where the Dutch ships engaged the combined English and 
French Fleets. On his recovery, he resigned his commis- 
sion and came to America, where he soon after married 
(before 1688), at Albany, Ehzabeth Van de Bogaart, dau. 
of Myndert Hermanse Van de Bogaart, well known sur- 
geon of the Dutch ship Endraaght, and subsequently com- 
missary of Ft. Orange. 

In 1690, Harman Janse Knickerbocker removed from 
Albany to Schaghticoke, and later to Pine Plains, Dutchess 
Co., N. Y. 
Children : 

i. Herman.^ 
ii. Lawrence. 
2 iii. Cornelius, m. (i) Catherine Vosburgh ; m. (2) 
Joanna Schutt. 
iv. Jane, 
v. Evert, 
vi. Peter, 
vii. Cornelia. 

2. CORNELIUS^ KNICKERBOCKER, bapt. July i, 1692 ; died 

March 30, 1776 (Sharon Cemetery). He moved in 1748 
to Gay. St.. North Sharon. Conn., near pond known as 
"Knickerbocker Pond." {Hist of 'Little Nine Precincts 
and Pine Plains, Dutchess Co., N. Y ., by Isaac Hunting, 



HoRTON Ancestry 43 

Vol. I, p. 366.) He married (i) Catherine Vosburgh; 
married (2) Joanna Schutt. 
Children : 

i. Herman.^ 
ii. Jenika. 
iii. Elizabeth, b. Jan. 7, 1722 (Record.s o( the Old 

Dutch Church at Kingston, N. Y.) 
iv. William (Litchfield Co., Conn., Records). 
3 V. Deborah, m. John Beardsley. 

3. DEBORAH^' KNICKERBOCKER, married in 174S. John 
Beardsley; died 181 1. 

The family name of the mother of Deborah Knicker- 
bocker was Schutt. The family name of Deborah Knicker- 
bocker's grandmother Schutt was Roosevelt. The family 
name of Deborah Knickerbocker's great-grandmother 
Roosevelt was Kruger. 

(Furnished by Mrs. Ethel Beardslee, East Creek. Herki- 
mer Co., N. Y., wife of Guy Roosevelt Beardslee. great- 
grandson of Deborah Knickerbocker.) 



HAZARD FAMILY 

THOMAS^ HAZARD, progenitor of the Hazard Family in 
the United States, was born in England in 1610; died 

1680; married (i) Martha ( ) Sheriff, widow of 

Thomas Sherifif. The name is found in Boston records 
about 1635. Only a few meagre facts concerning him are 
known. 

Had children : 
2 i. Robert;^ m. Mary Brownell. 

ii. Elizabeth; m. George Lawton. 

iii. Hannah. 

iv. Martha. 
ROBERT- HAZARD, born 1635, in either England or Ire- 
land; died 1710. Was admitted Freeman of Portsmouth. 
1665'. From this time until 1698 his name appears fre- 
quently in Colonial records as having been chosen to hll 



44 HoRTON Ancestry 

important positions. He married Mary Brownell, daugh- 
ter of Thomas and Anne Brownell. She was born in 
1639; died in 1739, at the age of 100 years. An article in 
the Boston Gazette of Feb. 12, 1739, stated that at the 
time of her death she had five hundred children, grand- 
children, and great-grandchildren. 
Children : 

i. Thomas.^ 
ii. George. 

3 iii. Stephen; m. Elizabeth^ Helme, 
iv. Martha. 

V. Mary, 

vi. Robert, 

vii. Jeremiah, 

viii. Hannah. 

3. STEPHEN-^ HAZARD was a large land holder and early in 

the century saw the possibilities for water power in North 
Kingston. The date of his birth is not known. He mar- 
ried Elizabeth, daughter of Rouse and Mary Helme; died 
Sept. 29, 1727. 
Children : 
i. Mary.* 
ii. Hannah. 

4 iii. Susannah ; m. Samuel^ Perry, 
iv. Stephen. 

V. Robert. 

vi. Samuel. 
vii. Thomas, 
viii. Elizabeth. 

ix. Sarah. 

4. SUSANNAH* HAZARD, born April 23, 1699; married Sept. 

13, 1718, Samuel Perry, son of Samuel and Mary (Tucker) 
Perry. 
Children : 

i. Elizabeth.* 
ii. Mary. 
iii. Samuel. 



HoRTON Ancestry 45 

iv. Simeon. 

V. Hannah. 

vi. Edward, 
vii. John, 
viii. Stephen. 
5 ix. Sarah ; m. David^' Babcock. 

X. Ruth. 

xi. Susannah, 
xii. Meribah, 

5. SARAH^ PERRY, born March 30. 1738; married March 
30. I757» David Babcock. 
{Hazard Gen.) 



1. THOMAS^ HAZARD (as above). 

2. ELIZABETH^ HAZARD, daughter of Thomas.' married 

George^ Lawton. 

3. MARY=^ LAWTON, daughter of George and IClizabcth 

(Hazard) Lawton, married John^ Babcock. 



TUCKER FAMILY 

HENRY^ TUCKER, the ancestor of the New Bedford and 
New Jersey branch of the family, was born in Devonshire 
County, England, in 1619. He was descended from Rob- 
ert Tucker, who was alderman of Exeter in Devonshire 
and Mayor thereof in 1538. The date of his arrival in 
America is unknovm, but on Jan. 9, 165 1, he married 

Martha . He belonged to the Society of Quakers, 

and on account of his religious ideas was persecuted by 
the Puritans. In 1669 he purchased a farm in Dartmouth. 
Mass., which is still in the possession of the family. 
Children : 

i. Abraham.^ 

ii. John. 

iii. Martha. 

iv. Hannah. 



46 HoRTON Ancestry 

V. James. 
2 vi. Mary ; m. SamueP Perry, 
vii. Sarah. 

2. MARY' TUCKER, born Aug. i6, i668; married SamueF 
Perry on May g, 1690, at Newport, R. I. 



VAN DER BOGART FAMILY 

1. MYNDERT HERMANSE VAN DE BOGART was born in 

Holland in 1612; he married in Holland, Jellisje, daugh- 
ter of Claas Jansen Switts, of Zierickzee, and came to 
New Amsterdam in the ship Endraag-/if, May 24, 1630, hav- 
ing sailed from Texel on the 21st of March, previous. He 
was surgeon of the ship. 

Van der Bogart was an eccentric and high tempered in- 
dividual. At one time in a dispute with Pieter Stuyvesant, 
the Director General, while they were crossing the river, 
he attempted to throw the testy Pieter overboard and 
would have succeeded if not prevented. He died a violent 
death, brought on by his temper. 

Children : 
i. Frans.2 
ii. Myndert H. 
2 iii. Lysbet, m. Harman Janse^ Knickerbocker. 
Others. 

2. LYSBET.- married Harman Janse Knickerbocker. 

{Harper's Magazine, Dec, 1876; also Gen. Notes of 
N. Y . and N. E. Families, by Talcott.) 

Note : — One of Lysbet Van der Bogart's sisters was an 
ancestress of Theodore Roosevelt. (New Harlem, Past 
and Present.) 



BROWN ANCESTRY 

CHRISTOPHER BROWN, of the Parish of Bury. St. l-d- 

-Avards, Sudbury, England. 

hi u ■' . ■'- 

1. THOMAS^ BROWN, Sudbury, Eng., and Sudbury and Con- 

cord, Mass., born ; married Bridget . who (Hi-d 

Jan. I, 1 68 1. He died Nov. 3, 1688. 

Children : 

2 i. Eleazer- Brown; m. (i) Dinnah- Spauldiiifj ; m 

(2) Rebecca'^ (Adams) Waldo. 

2. ELEAZER- BROWN, Concord and Chelmsford. Mass.. and 

Canterbury, Conn.; born July — . 1649; died Jan. 22. I7i<^ 
20; married Dinah^ Spaulding, who was born March 14. 
1649; died March 11, 1706-7. Had a second wife, Re- 
becca (Adams) Waldo, widow (see Spaulding Gene- 
alogy). 
Children : 

3 i. Deliverance,'^ m. AbigaiP Waldo, 
ii. Thomas. 

iii. Eleazer. 

iv. Dinah, m. Ebenezer Davis, of Concord. 
V. Bridget, m. Ebenezer Fitch, of Windsor. 

3. DELIVERANCE' BROWN, Ensign, 1726-35 Lieut.. 1735- 

39; Capt., 1739; Deputy General Assembly, 1737-39 ^ f^^cMn 
Adjutant General's office, State of Conn.); born Dec. 4. 
1689; died Jan. 14, 1768; married Abigail Waldo. Oct. 28. 
1717. She died Sept. 25, 1763 (see Waldo Genealogy, also 
Canterbury Records). 
Children : 

i. Abijah,* b. March 22, 17 18. 

ii. Abigail, b. April 11, 1720. 

iii. Dinah, b. Jan. 15, 1721-2. 

iv. Eleazer, b. Oct. 11, 1724. 

V. John, b. May 5, 1727. 

vi. Rebecca, b. Oct. 22, 172—; died 1736. 



48 HoRTON Ancestry 

vii. Jeremiah, b. March 12, 172 — . 
viii. Azariah, b. Jan. — , 1733; died 1736. 

4 ix. Ebenezer, b. June 15, 1737; m. Susannah^ Brad- 

ford. 

4. EBENEZER* BROWN, Canterbury, Conn., born June 15, 

1737; died Jan. i, 1798; married Susannah" Bradford, of 
Canterbury, Conn., Jan. 8, 1760; born Feb. 12, 1737; died 
Aug. 20, 1797 (Canterbury Records). 

Children : 

1. Eunice,*" b. June 18, 1760. 

ii. Samuel, b. March 24, 1762; died in England, July 
25, 1781. 

5 iii. Deliverance, b. April 2, 1765; m. Mary® Hyde, 
iv. Edith, b. Sept. 17, 1767. 

V. James, b. Oct. — , 1769; died June 12, 1795. 
vi. Jemima, b. May 8, 1772. 
vii. John, b. May 30, 1774. 

5. DELIVERANCE'^ BROWN, born Canterbury, Conn., April 

2, 1765; died 1844, at Willoughby, O. ; married Mary® 
Hyde, Oct. 23, 1791, at Canterbury, Conn., daughter of 
Isaac Hyde, Jr., and Sarah (Marshall) Hyde, born Can- 
terbury, Conn., Aug. 28, 1770; died Waupun, Wis., , 

1856. 

Children (Canterbury Records) : 

i. Lucius,® b. Dec. 6, 1791. (See Appendix D, No. 

1, 6th generation.) 

ii. Betsey, b. Sept. 7, 1793. (See Appendix D, No. 

2, 6th generation.) 

iii. Isaac, b. June 23, 1795. (See Appendix D, No. 

3, 6th generation.) 

iv. Harriet, b. Feb. 7, 1797. (See Appendix D, No. 

4, 6th generation.) 

Removed to Tunbridge, Orange Co., Vt., March, 1797 
(Tunbridge, Vermont, Records). 

v. Samuel, b. Feb. 27, 1799. (See Appendix D, No. 

5, 6th generation.) 



HoRTON Ancestry 49 

vi. Eunice, b. , 1801 (from tombstone at Wan- 
pun, Wis.). (See Appendix D, No. 6. 6th gen- 
eration.) 

vii. Harvey Hyde, b. Jan. 2, 1804. (See Appendix D. 

No. 7, 6th generation.) 
viii. Mary Ann, b. Sept. 29, 1896; unmarried; d. at 
Waupun, Wis. 

ix. Lucretia, b. Sept. 22, 1807; m. Mr. Brace; died at 

Fond du Lac, Wis. No children. 
X. Edith Rebecca, b. Dec. 16. 1809; m. Conklin 
Strong; d. at Waupun. Wis. Two children. 

xi. Ebenezer. b. Sept. 22, 1812; m. ; d. at VVil- 

loughby, O. Two children. 

6 xii. Emily, b. Sept. 22, 1812; m. George^ Babcuck. 

(Ebenezer and Emily were twins.) 

Birth of Ebenezer and Emily as in family Bible is Sept. 
13, instead of Sept. 22. 

About 1816, Deliverance Brown, wife and family, moved 
to Willoughby, O. 

After Deliverance Brown's death, his wife. Mary (Hyde) 
Brown, made her home with her daughter, Emily (Brown) 
Babcock, at Waupun, Wis. 

6. EMILY^ BROWN, born Sept. 22, 1812; died March 21. 

1877, at Waupun, Wis.; married June i. 1845. George^ 
Babcock. 

Child: 

7 i. Emma," born Wheeling, 111.. April 2, 1846; m. 

Horace Ebenezer Horton. (See No. 8. Ilorton 
family.) 

7. EMMA (BROWN)" BABCOCK. hcirn at Wheeling. III.. 

April 2, 1846; married at Waupun, Wis., Dec. 28. 1871. 
Horace Ebenezer, son of Hiram and Mary (Hurd) Mor- 
ton, born Norway. N. Y.. Dec. 20, 1843. 

[See page 10] 



FAMILIES INTERMARRIED WITH 
BROWN LINE 

SPALDING A 

WALDO 

COGSWELL 

ADAMS A 

GRAVES 

BRADFORD 

RICHARDS 

SMITH 

BOURNE 

ADAMS B 

SPALDING B 

HYDE 

FULLER 

WILLIAMS 

STARR 

STONE 

MARSHALL 

LEETE 

CHITTENDEN 

HODGE 



52 HoKTON Ancestry 

SPALDING FAMILY— A 

1. EDWARD^ SPALDING, with his wife and family, came 

from England with Sir George Yeardley in 1619. He first 
settled at Jamestown, Va., which fact is fully established 
by the names of the children. He survived the great mas- 
sacre at that place March 22, 1622, and migrated to Brain- 
tree, Mass. He moved to Chelmsford, Mass., in 1652. Was 
Selectman. 1656-1660. His first wife, Margaret, died in 
1641. He died Feb. 26, 1670; will dated Feb., 1667. Wife 
Rachel executrix. 
Children : 
i. John.^ 

ii. Edward. 

iii. Grace. 

iv. Benjamin. 

V. Joseph. 
2 vi. Dinah, m. Eleazer^ Brown. 

vii. Andrew. 

2. DINAH2 SPALDING, born March 14. 1649; married Elea- 

zer^ Brown. 



1. EDWARD^ SPALDING (as above).— B 

2. JOSEPH^ SPALDING, fourth son of Edward^ Spalding, 

born Chelmsford, Mass.. Oct. 25, 1646; died April 3, 1740, 
at Plainfield, Conn., aged 96; married Dec. 9, 1670, Mercy 
Jewell, daughter of Thomas and Grizell Jewell, who died 
Aug. 17, 1728, at Plainfield, Conn. 
Children : 

i. Lydia,^ d. y. 
3 ii. Eunice, m. Joseph Adams, 
iii. Nathaniel, 
iv. Thomas, 
v. Mercy. 
vi. Susanna, 
vii. Joseph, d. y. 
viii. Joseph. 
ix. Ebenezer. 



HoKTON Ancestry 53 

X. Mercy. 

xi. Mary. 
xii. Lydia. 
xiii. Rachel. 

3. EUNICE^ SPALDING, born Feb. 14. 1685; married July 
23, 1708, Capt. Joseph Adams. {Spalding Genealogy, by 
Chas. Warren Spalding, Chicago, 1891.) 



WALDO FAMILY 

T. CORNELIUS^ WALDO, born 1624; died at Chelmsford. 
Mass., 1704; married Hannah,^ daughter of John and 
Elizabeth (Thompson) Cogswell, of Ipswich, Mass., be- 
fore 165 1, she having come from England as a child with 
her parents on the ship Angel Gabriel, .sailing from Bristol 
on May 23, 1635. Her father, a woolen manufacturer, 
was the third settler in Ipswich. Her mother was daughter 
of Rev. Wm. Thompson, Vicar of Westbury. Cornelius 
Waldo moved to Chelmsford in 1668. Selectman in 1698. 
He kept a hotel. 

Children : 

i. Elizabeth.^ 
2 ii. John, m. Rebecca Adams, 
iii. Cornelius, 
iv. Daniel. 
V. Martha. 

vi-vii Twins ; boys ; names unknown, 
viii. Deborah. 
ix. Rebecca, 
x. Judith, 
xi. Mary, 
xii. Jonathan. 

2. JOHN- WALDO, born . at Ipswich, Mass. ; died Apnl 

14, 1700, at Windham, Conn. ?Ie was a .soldier in Kinj; 
Phillip's War, serving under Capt. Thos. Wheeler in the 
fight at Quaboag (now Brookfield, Mass.). Aug. 2, 1675. 
Was married at Charlestown. Mass.. about 1676. tc. Re- 



54 HoRTON Ancestry 

becca Adams, daughter of Capt. Samuel and Rebecca 
(Graves) Adams. She died Sept. 17, 1727, at Canterbury, 
Conn. Mrs. Waldo married (2), April 26, 1710, Deacon 
Eleazer^ Brown, of Canterbury, Conn., whose first wife, 
Dinah (Spalding) Brown, died March 11, 1706-7. 
Children : 

i. Rebecca,' d. y. 
ii. John, 
iii. Catherine, 
iv. Edward, 
V. Rebecca, 
vi. Ruth, 
vii. Sarah. 
3 viii. Abigail, m. Deliverance' Brown. 

3. ABIGAIL^ WALDO on Oct. 28, 1717, married Deliverance' 
Brown. 



ADAMS FAMILY— A 

I. HENRY^ ADAMS arrived in Boston with eight sons and a 
daughter in 1632-33; died at Braintree, Mass., Oct. 6, 
1646. President of the United States, John Adams, was 
great-great-grandson of the above and erected a monu- 
ment at Quincy, which read : "In Memory of Henry 
Adams, who took his flight from the Dragon Persecution 
in Devonshire, England, and settled with eight sons near 
Mt. Wallaston. One of the sons returned to England, four 
removed to Medford, and two to Chelmsford. One only, 
Joseph, who lies at his left remained, a general Proprietor 
of the town of Braintree." J. Q. Adams, upon further 
investigation, concluded that Henry Adams came from 
Braintree, County of Essex, England. The name of his 
wife is not known. 
Children : 
i. Henry.* 
ii. Thomas. 
2 iii. Samuel, m. Rebecca Graves. 
iv. Jonathan. 



HoRTON Ancestry 55 

V. Peter. 

vi. John. 

vii. Joseph. 

viii. Edward. 

ix. Ursula. 

2. CAPT. SAMUEL^^ ADAMS, born in England. 1617; married 
Rebecca Graves, daughter of Thomas and Kathcrine 
(Gray) Graves. She died Oct. 8, 1662. He removed to 
Chelmsford in 1663, built mills where Lowell now is in 
1667. He died June 24, 1668. Capt. of Foot. 1682. (So- 
ciety Colonial Wars.) 
Children : 

i. Samuel,^ d. y. 
3 ii. Rebecca, m. John Waldo, 
iii. Thomas. 

■ ;L , . i twins. Catherine d. v. 

V. Catherme ) 

vi. Catherine, 
vii. Susanna, 
viii. Mary. 

xi. Nathaniel, d. y. 
X. Martha 

xi. Nathaniel 
xii. Samuel, 
xiii. Joseph, 
xiv. Benjamin. 
XV. Esther. 

3. REBECCA^ ADAMS, born about 1665; married john'^ 
Waldo, son of Deacon Cornelius Waldo. John Waldo ad- 
ministered his wife's father's estate. 



2. 



twms. 



HENRY^ ADAMS (as above). — B 

THOMAS== ADAMS, second son of Henry' .Adams, was Ix.rn 
in England in 1612; married in Braintree. Mass.. 1642. 
Mary Blackmore. Moved to Chelmsford. 1650. Died Julv 
20 1698. Concord Train-Band. 1660. Ensign. ir.7S. 



56 HoRTON Ancestry 

Lieut., 1682, in King Phillip's War, Capt. Samuel Adams' 
Company. Member of the Ancient and Honorable Artil- 
lery Co., 1644. Deputy, 1673. (Society Colonial Wars.) 
Children : 
i. Mary.3 
ii. Jonathan, 
iii. Pelatiah. 
iv. Timothy. 
V. George. 

3 vi. Samuel, m. Mary . 

vii. Edith. 

viii. Rebecca, 
ix. Elizabeth. 
X. Thomas, 
xi. Mary. 

3. SAMUEL^ ADAMS, born Chelmsford, 1652; married Mary 

, who died in Canterbury, Conn., March 20, 1718. He 

was chosen Selectman in first town board. May 21, 1699. 
Deputy from Connecticut, 171 1. (Society Colonial Wars.) 
Children : 
i. Abigail.* 

4 ii. Joseph, m. Eunice^ Spalding, 
iii. Henry. 

iv. Thomas. 

V. Samuel. 

vi. Susanna. 

vii. Katherine. 

viii. Margaret. 

ix. Rebecca. 

4. JOSEPH* ADAMS, born Chelmsford, 1682. First settler in 

Canterbury, a large land holder, a prominent man and was 
known as Squire Joseph. Died March 7, 1752. Lieut., 
1715. Capt., 1725. Deputy, 1715, et seq. (Society Co- 
lonial Wars.) Married July 23, 1708, Eunice^ Spalding, 
born Feb. 14, 1685; died April 5, 1726. 
Children : 
i. Joseph. ° 



HoRTON Ancestry 57 

ii. Samuel. 
5 iii. Eunice, m. Thomas'' Bradford, 
iv. Joseph. 

V. Mary. 
vi. Parker. 

5. EUNICE^ ADAMS, born Canterbury. Conn.. July 25. 1713, 
married May 2, 1733, Thomas,^ son of James and Edith 
Bradford. (Adams Genealogy, by A. N. Adams.) 



BRADFORD FAMILY 

A. WILLIAM BRADFORD, Austerfield. Yorkshire. Enjjland. 

Children : 
B i. William, m. AHce Hanson, 
ii. Thomas, 
iii. Robert, 
iv. Elizabeth. 

B. WILLIAM BRADFORD, born i ^56 at Austerfield. York- 

shire. England; married June 21, 1584, Alice Hanson, dau- 
ghter of John and Margaret (Gresham) Hanson. 
Children : 

i. Margaret, 
ii. Alice. 

1 iii. William, m. (i) Dorothy May; m. (2) .Mice 

Southworth. 

I. WILLIAM' BRADFORD, the Pilgrim, baptized March — . 
1589. at Austerfield. Yorkshire, Englanfl, came to Ply- 
mouth, Mass., 1620, on the Mayfloiver. His first wife. 
. Dorothy May, was drowned before landing. Married jnd. 
Aug. 14, 1623, Alice, widow of Edward Southworth. and 
daughter of Alexander Carpenter. William Bradford was 
Governor of the Colony for many years. 
Children : 
i. John.- 

2 ii. William, m. (i) Alice Richards; m. (2) . 

iii. Mercy. 

iv. Joseph. 



58 HoRTON Ancestry 

2. WILLIAM^ BRADFORD, born June 17, 1624; married first, 

Alice Richards, daughter of Thomas and Welthiann (Lor- 
ing?) Richards, of Weymouth, who died Dec. 12, 1671. 
Major William Bradford was Asst. Treas., also Deputy 
Governor of Plymouth. Lived at Kingston, and died 
Feb. 20, 1703-4. {Newcomb Genealogy.) 
Children : 
i. John.^ 
ii. William. 

3 iii. Thomas, m. Anna Smith, 
iv. Samuel. 

V. Alice. 

vi. Hannah, 
vii. Mercy, 
viii. Meladiah. 

ix. Mary. 

X. Sarah. 

3. THOMAS^ BRADFORD, of Norwich, died in 1708. He 

married Anna Smith, daughter of Nehemiah and Elizabeth 
(Bourne) Smith, who were early residents of Marshfield. 
{Newcomb Genealogy.) 
Children : 
i. Joshua.* 

4 ii. James, m. Edith . 

iii. John. 

4. JAMES* BRADFORD, bom 1684; married Edith . 

Lived at Canterbury. Died March 26, 1762. 

Children : 

5 i. Thomas,^ m. Eunice* Adams, 
ii. John. 

iii. Jerusha. 
iv. William, 
v. Sarah, 
vi. Anna, 
vii. Mary. 

5. THOMAS' BRADFORD, born Nov. 14, 1712; married May 

2, 1733, Eunice' Adams, daughter of Capt. Joseph and 
Eunice (Spalding) Adams. 



HoRTON Ancestry 5(> 

Children : 

i. Thomas.® 

ii. John. 
6 iii. Susannah, m. Ebenezer* Brown, 
iv. Eunice. 

V. Edith. 

vi. Lydia. 

vii. Samuel. 

viii. Submit. 

ix, Thomas. 

X. John. 

SUSANNAH^ BRADFORD, born Feb. 12. 1737; married 
Ebenezer* Brown. (Canterbury Records.) 

From Davis' Ancient Land Marks of Plymouth, also Fessen- 
den's Genealogy of the Bradfords, Vol. 4 ; New England's 
Historical and Genealogical Reports, except as to the parents 
of Alice Richards and wife of Thomas^ Bradford, and birth, 
marriage and death of Thomas^ Bradford, also Eunice 
(Adams) Bradford. 



Memorandum in the handwriting of Dr. Jos. Waldo Brown, 
who died in 1858, grand.son of Dehverance Brown (5). 

Brown Ancestors: 

3. Deliverance Brown married Dinah Waldo. Both born at 
Chelmsford. He died at 70 years, she at 75 years. 

4. Their son, Ebenezer Brown, married Susannah Bradford, 
both born and died at Canterbury. Conn., at 60 years of age. 
Thomas Bradford married Eunice Adams. Father and 
mother of Susannah Bradford above. Both born at Canter- 
bury, Conn. He died at 60, she at 75 years. 

5. Deliverance Brown married Mary Hyde. Both born at 
Canterbury, Conn. He in 1765. she in 1771. He died at 
Willoughby, Ohio, in 1844. 

Hyde Ancestors: 

Father of Mary Hyde, Isaac Hyde, born at Canterbury. Conn . 
died at 70. 



60 HoRTON Ancestry 

Mother of Mary Hyde, Sarah Marshall, of Canterbury, Conn, 
Sarah Marshall's father, E. Marshall ; maternal grandfather of 

Mary Hyde, of Windsor, Conn., died at 60 years of age. 
Isaac Hyde, grandfather of Mary Hyde, married Mary Starr. 

He was born at Canterbury, Conn.; died at 73 years of age. 

She was born at Woodstock, Conn.; died at 80 years. 



HYDE FAMILY 



(From Hist, of Neivton, Mass., by Jackson, also from Canter- 
bury, Ct. Rec. and Pomfret Rec.) 

i. DEACON SAMUEL^ HYDE, born 1610, embarked in the 
Ship Jonathan, at London for Boston, April, 1639. He was 
the second settler of Cambridge Village, about 1640. His 
wife. Temperance, came in the same ship. He died Feb. 
7, 1698-9. 
Children : 

i. Samuel.^ 

2 ii. Job, m. Elizabeth^ Fuller, 
iii. Elizabeth. 

iv. Joshua. 
V. Sarah. 

2. JOB^ HYDE, son of Deacon Samuel Hyde, was born in 1643; 

married 1663, Elizabeth,- daughter of John and Elizabeth 
Fuller. They both died in November, 1685. 
Children: 

i. Elizabeth.^ 
ii. Samuel. 

iii. Job, d. very young, 
iv. Mary. 
V. Sarah, 
vi. Bethiah. 
vii. Hannah, 
viii. John. 

3 ix. Johathan, m. Elizabeth^ Williams. 

3. JOHATPIAN-^ HYDE, born March 22, 1684; married Janu- 

ary 3, 1700, Elizabeth,^ daughter of Capt . Isaac and Martha 
(Park) 'Williams. 



HoRTON Ancestry ^j 

Children : 

4 i. Isaac,* m. Elizabeth Starr, 
ii. Enoch. 

iii. Ephraim. 
iv. Nathaniel. 
V. Jonathan, 
vi. Elizabeth. 

The family later moved to Canterbury and there had 
Ebenezer and other children. 

4. CAPT. ISAAC* HYDE, b. Nov. 11, 1700; married Aug. 27. 

1724, Elizabeth, daughter of Comfort and Mary (Stone) 
Starr. She was born Oct. 2, 1702; died 1782. 
Children : 
i. Judith.^ 
ii. Ebenezer. 
iii. Elizabeth. 

5 iv. Isaac, m. Sarah* Marshall. 

V. Comfort, 

vi. Susannah, 

vii. David, 

viii. Mary, 

ix. Nathan. 

5. ISAAC^ HYDE, JR., born April 24, 1735; died 181 1 ; married 

May 4, 1768, Sarah* Marshall, born Windsor. Conn., Oct. 
17. 1744 (see Canterbury Records). Isaac Hyde, Jr., on 
page 6 in Connecticut Men in the Revolution, is shown as 
a private in the Revolutionary Army — eight days' service 
from the town of Canterbury. 
Children: 
i. Albe.« 

6 ii. Mary, m. Deliverance'' Brown, 
iii. Isaac. 

iv. Harvey. 

V. Abner ) 

. ^ . } twms. 

VI. Sarah \ 

vii. Eunice. 

6. MARY" HYDE, born Aug. 28. 1770; marric-d Oct j.v i7<;i. 

at Canterbury, Conn., Deliverance'' Brown. 



62 HoRTON Ancestry 

See Larned's History of Windham County, Conn., Vol. 
II, for account of Isaac Hyde, Jr., in battle of Bunker 
Hill. 



FULLER FAMILY 

1. JOHN FULLER, born in England, 1611 ; settled in Newton, 

then a part of Cambridge, about 1645. ^^ purchased 800 
acres of land on the south side of the Charles River, a lit- 
tle distance above Angler's Corner, which by his will was 
left undivided to five sons then living, on condition that 
they were not to sell any part nor let it pass out of pos- 
session of families of the name of Fuller. He married 

Elizabeth . Died Feb. 7, 1698-9. (Bond's Gen Hist. 

of Watertozvn.) 
Children : 

i. John,^ b. 1645. 
ii. Jonathan, 
iii. Joseph, 
iv. Joshua, 
v. Jeremiah. 
2 vi. Elizabeth, m. Job^ Hyde. 
vii. Bethiah. 
viii. Isaac. 

2. ELIZABETH- FULLER, married Job^ Hyde, in 1663. 



STARR FAMILY 

DR. COMFORT^ STARR, Surgeon, born in England; died 
in Boston, Jan. 2, 1659. Wife Elizabeth died Jan. 25, 
1658, age 63 years. Eight children, all born in England : 

i. Thomas.^ 
ii. Elizabeth, 
iii. Comfort. 

iv. Mary. / 

2 V. John, m. Mary Bunker. 
vi. Samuel, 
vii. Hannah. 



HoRTON Ancestry 63 

viii. Lydia. 

2. JOHN2 STARR, son of Dr. Comfort Starr, born in England. 

came to America in the ship Hercules. His name first ap- 
pears in the records at Ducksbury, Mass., in 1645, '" "List 
of Men Able to Bear Arms." Deeded land in Ducksbury. 
Aug. 28, 1655. Said deed was witnessed by Miles Standish 
and is now on exhibition in Pilgrim Hall, Plymouth, Mass. 
He married Martha Bunker, daughter of George and Ju- 
dith Bunker,who owned land in Charlestown, Mass.. known 
as Bunker Hill. John Starr and his wife both died in 
1703. 

Children : 

i. Elizabeth.^ 
ii. Judith, 
iii. Lydia. 
iv. Eleazer. 

3 V. Comfort, m. Mary^ Stone, 
vi. John. 

vii. Benjamin. 

3. COMFORT^ STARR, son of John Starr, born Feb. 24, 166 1 ; 

married Sept. 14, 1683, Mary,« born Jan. 6, 1664. daugh- 
ter of Simon and Mary (Whipple) Stone, of Water- 
town, Mass. 
Children : 
i. Mary.* 
ii. Abiah. 
iii. Plannah. 
iv. Sarah. 
V. Josiah. 
vi. Susannah. 
vii. Comfort 
viii. Judith. 

ix. Martha ) ^ . 

V twms. 
X. Ruth \ 

4 xi. Elizabeth, m. Isaac^ Hyde, 
xii. Jonathan. 

xiii. Martha. 



64 HoRTON Ancestry 

4. ELIZABETH* STARR, born Oct. 2, 1702; married Aug. 27, 
1724, Isaac'* Hyde, born Nov. 11, 1700, son of Jonathan 
and Elizabeth (WilHams) Hyde, of Canterbury, Conn. 
(Starr Genealogy, by Samuel Cheeking.) 



MARSHALL FAMILY 

1. SAMUEL^ MARSHALL lived in Windsor, Conn., as early 

as 1637. Deputy in same year; magistrate in 1638; dealer 
in real estate. In King Phillip's War was one of the five 
Captains of Connecticut who lead the Colony forces to 
the attack on the Narragansett Fort, Dec. 19, 1675, where 
he fell at the head of his troops. He married Mary Wil- 
ton, daughter of Lieut. David Wilton, of Northampton. 
Children : 
i. Samuel.^ 
ii. Thomas, 
iii. Thomas. 

2 iv. Eliakim, m. Sarah^ Leete. 

V. Elizabeth. 

vi. Lydia. 

vii. David. 

viii. Mary. 

ix. John. 

2. ELIAKIM' MARSHALL, born July 10, 1669; married Aug. 

23, 1704, Sarah' Leete, daughter of John and Mary (Chit- 
tenden) Leete, of Guilford. 
Children : 

i. Dorothy.^ 
ii. Sarah, 
iii. Mary. 

3 iv. Eliakim, m. Sarah* Hodge. 

3. ELIAKIM^ MARSHALL, born July 15, 1720; married Nov. 

10, 1743, Sarah* Hodge, born Feb. 24, 172 1-2, daughter of 
John Hodge, of W^indsor. 
Children : 

4 i. Sarah,* m. Isaac^ Hyde, 
ii. Rhoda. 



HoRTON Ancestry 55 

iii. Elisha. 

iv. Eliakim. 

V. Rachel. 

vi. Lucy, 

vii. Daniel. 

viii. Eunice. 

ix. Dinah. 

X. Elijah. 

xi. Asenath. 

xii. Tryphena. 

4. SARAH^ MARSHALL, born Oct. 17. 1744; married May 4. 

1768, Isaac^ Hyde, son of Capt. Isaac and Elizabeth 

(Starr) Hyde. (See Canterbury, Conn., Rec.) 

Children: 

5 i. Mary,^ m. Deliverance' Brown. 

ii. Isaac. 

iii. Harvey. 

iv. Abner ) 

„ , } twins. 
V. Sarah \ 

vi. Eunice. 



MARY^ HYDE, born Aug. 17, 1744; married Deliverance'' 
Brown. 

From Hist, of Windsor and Hartford Probate Rec, Vol. 
Ill, p. 148; also Hartford Probate Rec, Vol. IV, pp. 5-6. 
and Will of Capt. Samuel Marshall at Windsor. 



LEETE FAMILY 

The Royal Descent of Governor William Leete. 

Sir De Peyton, Knight, m. Margaret Gernon (descended 

from Hugh Capet, King of France). 
John De Peyton m. Grace Burgoyne. 
Sir Thomas Peyton, Kt., m. Margaret Francis. 
Robert Freville m. Rose Peyton. 
Christopher Burgoyne m. Thomazin Freville. 
Judge Robert Shute, M. P., m. Thomazin Burgoyne. 
John Leete m. Anne Shute. 
Governor William Leete m. Anna Payne. 



66 HoRTON Ancestry 

1. WILLI AM^ LEETE, son of John Leete, of Dodin^on, Eng- 

land, born 1613, was bred to the law and was clerk of 
Bishop's Court at Cambridge. He married 1st, in Eng- 
land, about 1638, Anne, dau. of Rev. John Payne, of 
Southhoe. She died Sept. i, 1668. William Leete sailed 
for America with Rev. Whitfield's Co. in 1639, and settled 
at Guilford, Conn. Was a signer of Plantation covenant 
on shipboard, June i, 1639. Governor's Assistant, New 
Haven Colony, 1653-1658. Deputy Governor, 1658-1661. 
Commissioner for the United Colonie>. 1655-1679. Gov- 
ernor, 1 66 1 -1665. Governor's assistant Conn. Colony, 
1665-1669. Deputy Governor, 1669-1676. Governor, 
1676-1683. Was one of the founders of New Haven Col- 
ony. Died April 16, 1683. 

Children : 
2 i. John.2 m. Mary- Chittenden. 

ii. Andrew. 

iii. William. 

iv. Abigail. 

V. Caleb. 

vi. Gratiana. 

vii. Peregrine, 
viii. Joshua. 

ix. Anna. 

2. JOHN'-' LEETE. born 1639; married Oct. 4, 1670, Mary'-' 

Chittenden, b. 1647. daughter of William and Joanna 
(Sheafe) Chittenden, of Guilford. John Leete is said to 
have been the first white child born in Guilford. He died 
Nov. 25, 1692. 
Children : 

i. Ann.* 
ii. John, 
iii. Joshua. 
3 iv. Sarah, m. Eliakim^ Marshall. 
V. Pelatiah. 
vi. Mehetable. 
vii. Benjamin. 



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3. SARAH^ LEETE, born Dec. 16, 1677; married Aug. 2^. 
1704, EHakim- Marshall, son of Samuel and Mary (Wil- 
ton) Marshall. 

(From Lcetc Genealogy.) 



HODGE FAMILY 



1. JOHN^ HODGE, married at Killingworth, Conn., Aug. i. 

1666, Susannah, dau. of Henry and Susannah Denslow. 

Children : 
2 i. John,- m. Margaret . 

ii. Thomas. 

iii. Mary. 

iv. Joseph. 

V. Benjamin. 

vi. Henry. 

vii. William. 

2. JOHN" HODGE, bom June 16, 1667; married Margaret 



Children : 

3 i. John,^ m. Mary Steele, 
ii. Nathaniel. 

iii. Asahel. 
iv. Susannah. 

JOHN^ HODGE, born July 26, 1694; married Mary Steele, 
daughter of Barret and Mary (Brooks) Steele. 
Children : 
i. Asahel.* 
ii. Margaret. 

4 iii. Sarah, m. Eliakim' Marshall, 
iv. John. 

V. Thankful. 

SARAH* HODGE, b. Feb. 24, 1721-2; married Nov. 10. 
1743. EHakim^ Marshall, son of Eliakim and Sarnh 
(Leete) Marshall. 

(from History of Windsor.) 



68 HoRTON Ancestry 

GRAVES FAMILY 

1. HENRY^ GRAVES (Greaves) lived in Stepney, England, 

and was married to Margaret ,a widow who was 

known to be living in 1603. 

2. JOHN' GRAVES, of Lynnehouse, son of Henry^ Graves, 

married April 6, 1597, Sarah Malter. His will was dated 
Aug. I, and proved Dec. 15, 1637. 

3. THOMAS^ GRAVES, son of John^ Graves, was born June 

6, 1605, at Radcliffe, England. Was a sea captain and rear- 
admiral. Came to America, and some time after 1627, 
married Katherine, dau. of Thomas Gray, of Harwich. 

4. REBECCA^ GRAVES, daughter of Thos." Graves, married 

Samuel- Adams. (Wyman's Charlcstown, Vol. I. p. 432. 
Also Pope's Pioneers, p. 197.) 



CHITTENDEN FAMILY 

WILLIAM^ CHITTENDEN, son of Robert Chittenden, was 
born at Cranbrook, Kent, England, March, 1594. He mar- 
ried in England, Joanna Sheaffe, daughter of Dr. Edmund 
and Joanna Sheafife, of Cranbrook. Was one of a com- 
pany of twenty-five gathered chiefly from the counties of 
Kent, Surrey and Sussex in the south of England, who 
sailed from England for America about May 20, 1639, i" ^ 
ship of 350 tons. The Rev. Henry Whitfield, his brother- 
in-law, was a member of the company. They arrived in 
America about July loth, 1639. 

Mr. Chittenden was a man of ability and influence, and 
during his whole life filled many important offices in the 
Plantation. Pie was also the principal military man of the 
Plantation. Died Feb., 1 660-1, age 67. 
Children : 

i. Thomas.^ 
ii. Elizabeth, 
iii. Mathl. 
iv. John. 
2 V. Mary, m. John^ Leete. 
vi. Joanna. 



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2. MARY'^ CHITTENDEN, born 1647; married Oct. 4. 1670, 

John^ Leete. She died March 9, 1702. 
Children : 
i. Ann.^ 
ii. John, 
iii. Joshua. 
3 iv. Sarah, m. Eliakim'^ Marshall. 
V. Pelatiah. 
vi. Mehetable. 
vii. Benjamin. 

3. SARAH^ LEETE, born Dec. 16, 1677; inarricd Eiiakim- 

Marshall. 

(Chittenden Genealogy.) 



RICHARDS FAMILY 

THOMAS^ RICHARDS, born in England 1590, one of the 
original colony of Dorchester, was admitted a freeman 
May 18, 1630. About 1639, removed to Weymouth. Mar- 
ried Welthiann Loring. Was chosen by the Flanter.s as 
third man in a Board of twelve persons to govern the 
town. Owned a mill in Weymouth. In 1648, was a mem- 
ber of the "Ancient and Honorable Artillery Cu. of Mass." 
Died 1650. She died Dec. 22. 167 1. 
Children : 
i. John.^ 

ii. James. 

iii. Samuel. 

iv. Joseph. 

V. Benjamin. 

vi. Mary. 

vii. Ann. 
2 viii. Alice, m. William* Bradford. 

ix. Hannah. 

ALICE- RICHARDS, born 1627; married William^ Firad 
ford. She died Dec. 12, 1671. 

(Pope's Pioneers, page 384; also Tucker Genealogy.) 



70 HoRTON Ancestry 

BOURNE FAMILY 

1. THOMAS^ BOURNE, of Plymouth. Wife Elizabeth . 

Removed to Marshfield about 1643. He died May , 

1664. 

Children : 

i. John.^ 

ii. Martha. 
2 iii. Anne, m. Nehemiah Smith. 

iv. Margaret. 

V. Lydia. 

vi. Nathaniel. 

2. ANNE- BOURNE, daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth 

Bourne, married Jan. 21, 1639-40, Nehemiah^ Smith, of 
Marshfield. 

3. ANNE^ SMITH, daughter of above, married Thomas^ Brad- 

ford. 

Pope's Pioneers, p. 60; Smith Genealogy, Newcomh 
Genealogy.) 



SMITH FAMILY 



1. NEHEMIAH^ SMITH, born in England about 1605, came 

to America and made application to be admitted a Free- 
man at Plymouth, March 6, 1637-8. Married Jan. 21, 1639- 
40, Anne- Bourne, of Marshfield, daughter of Thomas and 
Elizabeth Bourne, her full name being doubtless Sarah 
Ann or Sarann. He settled for a while in Marshfield or 
Greens Harbor as it w^as then called and is believed to 
have been the first religious teacher of that place. Later 
moved to New London, and remained there until 1655. 
owing to trouble with the Indians. Norwich was pur- 
chased of the Indian Chief and his sons, in June, 1659, 
and Nehemiah Smith was one of the original proprietors. 
Died about 1686, and his wife, born about 161 5, died after 
Jan. 12, 1684. 

2. ANNE^ SMITH, daughter of above, married Thomas^ Brad- 

ford. 
Smith Genealogy, Newcomh Genealogy. 



HoRTON Ancestry 71 

COGSWELL FAMILY 

1. JOHN^ COGSWELL, son of Edward and Alice Cogswell. 

was born in 1592, at Westbury Leigh. County of Wilts. 
England. On Sept. 10, 161 5, he married Elizabeth Thomp- 
son, dau. of Rev. William and Phillis Thompson, who died 
Jan. 2, 1676. Cogswell emigrated to America in 1635 on 
the Angel Gabriel, settling at Ipswich, Mass. He died Nov. 
29, 1669. 
Children : 

i. Mary.^ 
ii. William, 
iii. John. 
2 iv. Hannah, m. Cornelius' Waldo. 
V. Edward, 
vi. Sarah, 
vii. Elizabeth. 

2. HANNAH- COGSWELL, married Cornelius' Waldo. 

(From Tucker Gen., by Morris.) 

From this branch of the family is also descended 
Ralph Waldo Emerson. 

Hannah Cogswell m. Dea. Cornelius Waldf>. 

Rebecca Waldo m. Edward Emerson. 

Rev. Jos. Emerson m. Mary Moody. 

Rev. Wm. Emerson m. Phebe Bliss. 

Rev. Wm. Emerson m. Ruth Haskins. 

Ralph Waldo Emerson m. Ellen Louisa Tnrkrr 



WILLIAMS FAMILY 
ROBERT^ WILLIAMS, it is thought, came from Norwich. 
He settled at Roxbury, eighteen years from the time the 
Pilgrims landed at Plymouth. He was a staunch and 
typical Puritan. Was admitted a freeman in 1638. His 
first wife, whom he married in England, was Elizabeth 
Stratton. She died July 28. 1674. He died at Roxbury. 
Sept. I, 1693. 
Children : 



72 HoRTON Ancestry 



i Two daughters left in England. 



1. 

ii. 

iii. Mary.^ 

iv. John. 

V. Samuel. 

2 vi. Isaac, m. Martha Park, 

vii. Stephen, 

viii. Thomas. 

2. CAPT. ISAAC- WILLIAMS, born Roxbury, Sept. i, 1638. 

Settled at Newton, Mass., and was a man of considerable 
repute. He represented the town of Newton in General 
Court of Mass. five or six years. Commanded a troop 
of horse. He married Martha Park, dau. of Dea. William 
and Martha (Holgrave) Park. His will was proved July 
27, 1708. 

3. ELIZABETH^ WILLIAMS, dau. of Isaac and Martha 

(Park) Williams, married Jonathan^ Hyde. 

(From Williams Family, by Stephen W. Williams.) 
The founder of Williams College is descended from this 

family. 



STONE FAMILY 

DEACON SIMEON STONE embarked for New England 
at Ipswich, April 15, 1635, in the ship Increase. He was 
then 50 years old, and his wife Joan Clarke, dau. of Wil- 
liam Clarke, was 38 years old. 
Children : 

i. Frances,^ b. in England, 1619. 
ii. Ann, b. in England, 1624. 
2 iii. Simeon, b. in England, 163 1 ; m. Mary Whipple, 
iv. Marie, b. in England, 1632. 
V. John, b. Aug. 15, 1635. 
vi. Elizabeth, b. April 5, 1639. 

SIMEON^ STONE, born in England, 1631 ; died Feb. 27, 
1707-8. Was many times appointed Selectman and town 
clerk of Watertown. Married Mary Whipple, dau. of 
John and Sarah Whipple. She died June 2, 1720. 



HoRTON Ancestry 73 

Children : 

i. John,2 b. July 23, 1658. 
ii. Matthew. 

iii. Nathaniel, probably d. y. 
iv. Ebenezer. 
3 V. Mary, m. Comfort Starr, 
vi. Nathaniel, 
vii. Elizabeth, 
viii. David. 
ix. An infant, born and died Aug., 1674. 
X. Susanna. 
xi. Johnathan. 

3. MARY^ STONE, born Jan. 6, 1664; married Sept. 14. 1683 
Comfort Starr, son of John Starr. 
(Bond's Gen. Hist, of IVatertown.) 



APPENDIX A 

OTHER DESCENDANTS OF 
LUTHER AND CLARISSA (FORSYTH) HORTON 

Seventh Generation 

. MINERVA^ HORTOX, bom June i6. 1806; married in 
1826, to David Sherman, son of Samuel and Sarah ( Saw- 
yer) Sherman; died May 5, 1867. He was born Jan. 10. 
1800, died Jan. 12, 1883. 
Qiildren : 

1 i. Emily M.® Sherman, b. Aug. 19, 1827. 

2 ii. Sarah Sherman, b. Feb. 11, 1834. 

3 iii. Mary Elizabeth Sherman, b. Aug. 15, 1838. 

4 iv. Eugene Sherman, b. Aug. 10, 1842. 

I. HARRIET^ HORTON, born Jan. 8, 1808; married Jan. 

, 1837, to Jeremiah Petrie; died , 1854. 

Children : 

5 i. Sophronia^ Petrie, b. Aug. 20, 1838. 

ii. Hayden J. Petrie, b. May 24, 1840; unm. ; killed in 
Battle of Fair Oaks, June i, 1862. 

6 iii. Emily J. Petrie, b. Sept. 17, 1845. 

iv. Sherman L. Petrie, b. March 17, 1852; unm.. liv- 
ing at Herkimer, N. Y. 

;. ELVIRA^ HORTON, born Jan. 13. 1814; married April 21. 
1835, to Alvin Chapin, son of Charles and Clarissa ( Day ) 
Chapin; died June 4, 1866. He was born Nov. 15, 1808; 
died Nov. i, 1849. 
Children : 

7 i. Wilmina** Rosalinda Chapin, b. March 10. 1836. 

8 ii. Sobieski Loanda Chapin, b. Oct. 10, 1837. 

9 iii. Eugertha Emily Chapin. b. April 2. 1841. 

10 iv. Hiram Orlaski Chapin, b. March 19. 1843- 

11 V. Giles Horton Chapin. b. Jan. 30, 1845. 

12 vi. Monterey Maria Chapin. b. Jan. 6. 1847. 

13 vii. Dehvin Dectsti Chapin, b. Nov. 18. 1848. 



76 HoRTON Ancestry 

4. HENRIETTA^ HORTON, born Jan. 2, 1816; married June 

30, 1838, to Dr. Anthony Barney, son of Jonathan and 
EHzabeth (Mason) Barney; died May 3, 1879. He was 
born Feb. 18, 1801 ; died Aug. 12, 1886. 
Children : 

14 i. Roxa Minerva^ Barney, b. April 25, 1839. 

15 ii. Granville Mason Barney, b. Oct. 7, 1840. 

16 iii. Orville Lewis Barney, b. March 29, 1843. 

17 iv. Henrietta Gertrude Barney, b. Jan. 8, 1845. 

18 V. Jonathan Orlando Barney, b. Jan. 25, 1847. 

19 vi. Clarissa Elizabeth Barney, b. Oct. 7, 1856. 

5. HENRY^ HORTON, born Aug. 27, 1819 ; married Ann Had- 

ley, 1848; died April — , 1857. 
Child: 

i. Henry, living in Nebraska in 1887. 

6. LEWIS FREEMAN^ HORTON, born Jan. 12, 1821 ; mar- 

ried Zindana, daughter of Beech and Charlotte (Seeley) 
Rowell, July 4, 1853 ; died at Whitesville, N. Y., Dec. 26, 
1906. 

Children : 

20 i. Charlotte,* b. March 23, 1858. 

21 ii. Harriet, b. March 17, i860. 

iii. Henry, b. Nov. 6, 1865 ; hving at Whitesville, 
N. Y. 

22 iv. Lewis, b. Dec. 9, 1867. 

v. Ruth, b. Aug. 13, 1870; living at Whitesville, N. Y. 
vi. Hiram, b. Jan. 2, 1873; d. March 15, 1901. 

7. JONATHAN GILES^ HORTON, born June 27, 1822 ; mar- 

ried (i) in 1847, to Lovina Mary Wood, daughter of Alvah 
and Mary (Coville) Wood; died March 20, 1886. She 
was born Jan. 17, 1826; died Feb. — , 1867. He married 
(2), Oct. — , 1867, to Mary McBride, daughter of James 
and Esther Elizabeth (Case) McBride, born Feb. 14, 1839; 
died Jan. 23, 1901. 

Children, by ist marriage: 

23 i. Alvah Luther,® b. March 23, 1848. 



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ii. James Wood, b. May 13, 1850; m. Jan. 25. 1883. 
to Flora Tremaine; died May 20. 1884. N'^i 
children. 

24 iii. Mary Wood, b. April 19, 1866. 
Children, by 2nd marriage : 

iv. John McBride,* b. Feb. 10, 1869; '"• Oct. 2, 1894. 
to Mayme .Almira Elliott (born July 24. 1869). 
dau. of John Knox and Sophia Elizabeth ( Bis- 
sell) Elliott. No children. 

8- MARTHA ANN^ HORTON, born May 28, 1825; married 
Jan. 17, 1852, to Levant Anthony Barney, son of Dr. An- 
thony and "Roxa (Chapin) Barney. He was born Nov. 7. 
1830; died April i, 1904. 

Qiildren : 

25 i. Alvin Willis^ Barney, b. Nov. 7, 1853. 

ii. Erwin Lewis Barney, b. Jan. 25, 1855; d. Feb. 14. 

1862. 
iii. Olin Levant Barney, b. March 26. 1859; d. Feb. 

21, 1879. 
iv. Martha May Barney, b. Aug. 3, 1868; d. Dec. 9, 

1875- 

9. MARIA ADELIA^ HORTON, born Dec. 29. 1S31 ; married 
Dec. 8, 185 1, to Darwin Erasmus Barney, son of Dr. An- 
thony and Roxa (Chapin) Barney; died June 30, 1905. 
He was born Dec. 9, 1828; died May 17. 1900. 
Children : 

26 i. Delwin Clement^ Barney, b. Jan. 9, i<^55. 

ii. Hiram Chapin Barney, b. May 8. i8()2; unm. ; liv- 
ing at West Union, N. Y. 

iii. George Darwin Barney, b. Oct. 15. i8^>5 ; untn : 
living at West Union, N. Y. 

27 iv. William Horton Barney, b. Feb. 8. 1867. 

28 v. Omer Lester Barney, b. Aug. 12, 1869. 

Eighth Generation 
I. EMILY M.« SHERMAN, born Aug. 19, 1827; married March 
16, 1848, to John Chandler Green, son of Isaiah and Hrtsy 



78 HoRTON Ancestry 

(Bassett) Green; died March 26, 1896. He was bom 
Feb. 10, 1827; died June 25, 1906. 
Children : 

29 i. Mary M.^ Green, b. June 7, 1862. 

30 ii. David Isaiah Green, b. Feb. 5, 1864. 

2. SARAH^ SHERMAN, born Feb. 11, 1834; married Feb. 5, 

1852, to Milo Burdick, son of Amos and Anstice (Clark) 
Burdick. He was born Sept. 26, 1826; died Oct. 13, 1873. 
Child: 

i. David Sherman*^ Burdick, b. Aug. 12, 1869; unm., 
living at Alfred, N. Y. 

3. MARY ELIZABETHS SHERMAN, born Aug. 15, 1838; 

married March 21, 1857, to Alvin Chapin Barney, son of 
Dr. Anthony and Roxa (Chapin) Barney. He was born 
Feb. I, 1833; died Mar. 12, 1910. 
Children : 

i. Charles Sherman^ Barney, b. Feb. 2, 1861 ; unm. 

31 ii. Herbert Anthony Barney, b. Dec. i, 1865. 

iii. Jennie Minerva Barney, b. Jan. 18, 1871 ; d. Dec. 

II, 1883. 
iv. Emily Sherman Barney, b. Sept. 24, 1873 ; unm. 

32 V. Sara Sherman Barney, b. Nov. 14, 1878. 

4. EUGENE^ SHERMAN, born Aug. 10, 1842; married Nov. 

9, 1871, to Christy Forbes, daughter of Moses and Abigail 
(Redfield) Forbes. She was born Sept. 15, 1846. 
Children : 

i. Lillian Forbes,® b. April 16, 1875; unm. 
ii. Ruth Forbes, b. Sept. 3, 1881. 

iii. Olive Forbes, b. Jan. 15, 1883; m. Dec. 26, 1905, 
to Lloyd Raymond Watson, born Sept. 7, 1876, 
son of Charles H. and Olive Elvira (Mulkins) 
Watson. No children. 

5. SOPHRONTA H.^ PETRIE, born Aug. 20, 1834; married 

March 13, 1859, to William Henry Campbell; died May 
14, 1903. 



HoRTON Ancestry 79 

Children : 

33 i. Alice^ Campbell, b. May 14, i860. 

34 ii. Lottie Campbell, b. June 20, 1863. 
iii. Hayden Campbell, b. July 19, 1865. 

6. EMILY J.8 PETRIE, born Sept. 17. 1845: married Oct. 

10, 1868. to Charles Bennett; died June 27. 18S1. They 
had one son, but no record can be found of him. 

7. WILMINA ROSALINDA^ CHAPIN, born March 10. .836; 

married Jan. 18, i860, to Philip W. Lawrence, son of Wil- 
lett and Jemima (Pratt) Lawrence. 
Children : 

35 i. Elvira^ Lawrence, b. Nov. 20, 1866. 

36 ii. Cassius Milan Lawrence, b. Dec. 12, 1871. 

8. SOBIESKI LOANDA« CHAPIN. born Oct. 19, 1837; mar- 

ried Feb. — , i860. Sarah Lawrence. 
Children : 

37 i. Alvin W.,** b. Dec. 2, i860. 

38 ii. Charles J., b. April 29, 1863. 

39 iii. Arthur, b. May 18, 1866. 

iv. Minnie M., b. , 1868; unm. 

9. EUGERTHA EMILY^ CHAPIN, born April 2. 184 1 ; mar- 

ried Sept. 27, 1865, to David Thatcher Hauber (born Nov. 
29, 1835), son of John and Jane (Hauber) Hauber. 
Children : 

i. Blanche'' Hauber, b. June 2, 1869; m. Sept. 23. 
1891, to Frederick Willard Oark (b. March 23. 
1870), son of Henry and Maria (Smith) Clark ; 
no children, 
ii. Mary Hauber, b. Sept. 22, 1877; d. Jan. 6. 1902. 
iii. Giles Chapin Hauber. b. Sept. 12. 1882; m. Dec. 
4, 1907, to Lottie Lucy Briggs (b. Nov. 20. 
1888). dau. of Willis and Elmina (Howe) 
Briggs. 

10. HIRAM ORLASKP CHAPIN, born March 19. 1843; mar- 

ried Nov. 7, 1868, to Mary Kane, daughter of James and 



80 HoRTON Ancestry 

Louisa (Hayes) Kane; died June 17, 1903. She was born 
March 22, 1850. 
Children : 

i. Clementine,'' b. March 7, 1873 5 unm. 
ii. Eugertha Emily, b. June 11, 1875; unm. 

11. GILES HORTON« CHAPIN, born Jan. 30, 1845; married 

Aug. 7, 1878, to Mary Bess, daughter of Enoch and Sarah 
(Lewis) Bess, born Jan. 7, 1857. 
Children : 

i. Bess Horton,^ b. Jan 24, 1883. 
ii. David Chester, b. Sept. 25, 1885. 
iii. Sarah, b. May 6, 1887. 
iv. Alvin Enoch, b. Dec. 28, 1891. 
V. Marion Leone, b. Sept. 6, 1896. 

12. MONTEREY MARIA« CHAPIN, born Jan. 6, 1847; mar- 

ried Jan. 29, 1869, to Willett W. Lawrence, son of Willett 
and Jemima (Pratt) Lawrence, born Feb. 12, 1841. 

Children : 
40 i. Maud Chapin,^ b. Jan. 30, 1871. 

ii. Milton, b. Aug. i, 1872; m. Oct. i, 1901, to Ger- 
trude Desinger, dau. of Lyman and Mary Ellen 
(Vreeland) Desinger, b. March 31, 1876. 
iii. Mace, b. June 18, 1876; unm. 

iv. Eugertha Emily, b. Jan. 21, 1879; m. Oct. 19, 1907, 
to Harry Joshua Eustace, son of Joshua H. and 
Belle (Thompson) Eustace; b. April 24, 1877. 
V. Mott D., b. March 15, 1881 ; m. Dec. 20, 1906, to 
Elizabeth Louise Jackson, dau. of Clyde W. and 
Mary L. (Bowers) Jackson, b. Nov. 20, 1886. 

13. DELWIN DECOSTP CHAPIN, born Nov. 18, 1848; mar- 

ried (i) April 26, 1877, to Laura Stitzer (b. April 3, 
1855), daughter of James and Hannah Etta (Templin) 
Stitzer; m. (2) Nov. 24, 1880, to Orpha Hubbard (b. Nov. 
24, 1862), dau. of Newton W. and Hannah (Bartoo) Hub- 
bard. 

Child, by ist marriage: 

i. James Irving,^ b. Feb. 23, 1879; unm. 



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Child, by 2nd marriage : 

ii. Delwin Dee,^ b. Nov. i8, 1881 ; uiim. 

r4.ROXA MINERVA^ BARNEY, born April J5. 1830; mar- 
ried July 4, 1858, to Wiley Strang, son of l*>ancis and 
Elizabeth (Butler) Strang, born Oct. 2, 1837. 
Child : 

i. Orville Wilmot.^ b. March 26. 1859. 

15. GRANVILLE MASON« BARNEY, born Oct. 7. 1840; mar- 

ried Feb. 14, 1864, to Annette Porter (born Aug. 21, 1843), 
daughter of Alonzo and Permelia (Stevens) Porter. 
Children : 

i. Permelia (Millie), ° b. Dec. 15. 1867; m. Oct. 17. 
1906, to Winfield S. Calhoun (b. Sept. 19. 
1868), son of Henry and Sarah (Pine) Cal- 
houn. No children. 
41. ii. William A., b. Jan. 20, 1872. 

42 iii. Bessie Annette, b. Aug. 31, 1876. 

16. ORVILLE LEWIS^ BARNEY, born March 29. 1843; '"'if- 

ried April 24, 1864, to Thankful Darling, daughter of Her- 
cules and Catherine (Tallman) Darling. She was born 
Nov. 2, 1842. He died Oct. 14, 1902. 
Children : 

i. Fred Horatio," b. March 8. 1865; d. Feb. 3, i8<)4; 
unm. 

43 ii. Carrie May, b. May 30, 1866. 

iii. Mark Anthony, b. Aug. 27, 1873; m. July 6. 1898, 
to Nellie Elmina Bradley (b. Nov. 11. 1874). 
dau. of Dwight Hemingway and Sarah 
(Brown) Bradley. No children. 

17. HENRIETTA GERTRUDE^ BARNEY, born Jan. 8. 1845: 

married Nov. 6, 1865, to Delos F. Leonard, son of Stephen 
and Penniah Urania (Darrow) Leonard; died Oct. 10. 
1882. He was born Sept. 24, 1841 ; died Sept. 17, 1907. 
Children : 

44 i. Henrietta Urania," b. Sept. i, i8C)8. 



82 HoRTON Ancestry 

ii. Margaret May, b. May i6, 1870; m. Sept. 10, 1890, 
to William Burrows Bundy (b. Dec. 12, 1866), 
son of Fulton and Phoebe (Burrows) Bundy. 
No children. 

18. JONATHAN ORLANDO^ BARNEY, born Jan. 25, 1847; 

married Nov. 28, 1871, to Leonora Dexter, daughter of 
Daniel and Angeline (Briggs) Dexter; died Feb. 18, 1908. 
She was born May i, 1852; died Nov. i, 1880. 
Children : 

45 i. Benjamin Arthur,'' b. Sept. 16, 1872. 

46 ii. Pauline Theodosia, b. April 17, 1874. 
iii. Angeline Maude, b. March i, 1877. 

iv. Esther Blanche, b. Sept. 10, 1879; d. Sept. 23, 
1891. 

19. CLARISSA ELIZABETHS BARNEY, born Oct. 7. 1856; 

married Sept. — , 1877, to Orthello Sheppard Potter, son 
of Elisha and Eleanor (Sheppard) Potter; died Oct. 17, 
1890. He was born April 12, 1857; died Dec. 30. 1907. 
Children : 

i. Clarence Elisha,^ b. Feb. 22, 1881 ; died June 19, 

1905- 
ii. Orthello Barney, b. April 20, 1883. 
iii. Gertrude Euphemia, b. Aug. 21, 1886; married 

March 25, 1908, to Howard Heimerdinger (b. 

June 12, 1885), son of Joseph C. and Emma 

(Garrett) Heimerdinger. 

20.CHARLOTTE« HORTON, born March 23, 1858; married 
Oct. 7, 1878, to Robert Teter, son of Garrette and Sarah 
(Wood) Teter. One child, but not living. 

2i.HARRIET« HORTON, born March 17, i860; married Jan. 
I, 1890, to Frank Babcock, son of William and Antoinette 
(Darling) Babcock. 

Child : 

i. Grover^ Babcock, b. May 17, 1894. 

22. LEWIS« HORTON, born Dec. 9, 1867; married June 28, 
1890, to Agnes Mooney, daughter of John and Mary (Fox) 
Mooney; died Nov. 12, 1901. 



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Child: 

i. Gladys,® b. Oct. 25, 1897. 

23. ALVAH LUTHER« HORTON. born March 23. 1848; mar- 

ried Jan. 31. 1872. to Lettie Amanda Root, (lau,i,diter of 
Herod and Laura (Hulbert) Root; died Jan. 5, 1877. 
Child : 

i. Alva Lou.^ b. Oct. 26. 1875 ; m. Oct. 26. 1898, to 
Ira Worden Watts (b. May 6. 1869). son of 
Hugh and Rachel Ann (Penny) Watts. 

24. MARY WOOD^ HORTON. born April 19. 1866: married 

Dec. 10, 1887, to Luman Walter Leonard, son of Walter 
W. and Dorcas (Churchill) Leonard; died Aug. 16, 1901. 
He was born Jan. 22, 1866. 
Child : 

i. Ruth Horton.^ b. Jan. 26, 1890. 

25. ALVIN WILLIS^^ BARNEY, born Nov. 7. 1853 ; married 

April 27, 1878, to Clara Richardson (born Feb. 11, 1855). 
daughter of Philo and Janette (Hall) Richardson. 

Children : 
47 i. Ella Calfernia,'* b. June 30, 1884. 
ii. Martha, b. June 10, 1887. 
iii. Charlotte Janette, b. Dec. 7, 1889. 

26. DELWIN CLEMENT^ BARNEY, bom Jan. 9. 1855 ; mar- 

ried Jan. 4, 1885, to Susan Hall (born June 29, 1861), 
daughter of Squire Lardina and Lucinda A. (Mingus) 
Hall. 

Children : 

i. Mason Horton,® b. Feb. 23, 1886. 

ii. Milan Mingus, b. March 23, 1888. 

iii. Mary Evelyn, b. Aug. 29, 1889. 

iv. Nora Maria, b. Jan. 19, 1892. 

v. Harry La Verne, b. Sept. 21. 1893. 

vi. Howard Hall, b. March 16. 1896. 

27. WILLIAM HORTON^ BARNEY, born Feb. 8, 1867; mar- 

ried March 31, 1893, to Adah Hester Austin, daughter of 



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William Henry and Hester (Maine) Austin; died Jan. i6, 
1900. She was born April 23, 1870. 
Children : 

i. William Horton,^ b. Nov. 12, 1894. 
ii. Beatrice Blanche, b. April 13, 1896. 

28. OMER LESTER^ BARNEY, born Aug. 12, 1869; married 

Sept. 20, 1893, to Sarah Potter (born Sept. 3, 1873), 
daughter of Edmond and Antoinette (Enos) Potter. 
Children : 

i. Mildred,^ b. May i, 1896. 
ii. Milton Darwin, b. July 7, 1900. 
iii. Oma, b. Nov. 24, 1902. 

Ninth Generation 

29. MARY M.^ GREEN, born June 7, 1862; married Aug. 11, 

1881, to Vernon A. Baggs (born Jan. 10, 1859), son of 
Elisha and Roxanna (Sunderland) Baggs. 
Child : 

i. Arthur Eugene, ^° b. Oct. 27, 1886. 

30. DAVID ISIAH^ GREEN, born Feb. 5, 1864; married Nov. 

2, 1892, to Mary Tits worth (born Aug. i, 1869), daugh- 
ter of Dr. Abel and Lucy Rebecca (Morgan) Titsworth. 
Children : 

i. Chandler,^" b. Sept. 17, 1894. 
ii. David Sherman, b. Feb. 7, 1897. 
iii. Alfred Morgan, b. Sept. 30, 1899. 
iv. Emily Sherman, b. April 5, 1902. 

31. DR. HERBERT A.^^ BARNEY, born Dec. i, 1865; married 

July II, 1888, to Susie Evelyn Ayers, daughter of Daniel 
and Sarah (Bartlett) Ayers; died March 15, 1907. She 
was born Sept. 13, 1863. 
Child : 

i. Correl,^** (adopted), b. June 2, 1894. 

Z2. SARA SHERMAN^ BARNEY, born Nov. 14, 1878; married 
June 5, 1901, to John Dowser Groves (born Feb. 12, 1875), 
son of John R. and Charlotte (Dowser) Groves. 



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Child: 

i. Marion Barney, ^^ b. July 3, 1902. 

33. ALICE^ CAMPBELL, born May 14, i860; married Aug. uj, 

1^77, to Jerry Rogers (bom Sept. 11, 1857). son of John 
and Lodema (Atkins) Rogers. 
Children : 

i. John Henry,^° b. April 3, 1879; d. Aug. 13. 1896. 

ii. Hayden Davis, b. March 15, 1885; ni. Nov. 29, 

1906. to S. Ina Robbins (b. Oct. 5, 1890), dau. 

of Albert L. and Melvina (Lowrie) Robbins. 

No children. 

iii. Ray Zalman, b. Aug. 26, 1891. 

34. LOTTIE^ CAMPBELL, born June 20, 1863; married March 

6, 1881, to William Rollins (born March 28. 1857). son of 
Austin and Almeda Rollins. 

Children : 
48 i. Alma,^-^ b. April 26, 1882. 
ii. Austin, b. May 15, 1891. 
iii. George, b. Feb. 13, 1895. 

35. ELVIRA^ LAWRENCE, born Nov. 20, 1866; married Aug. 

10, 1892, to Edwin Detwiler, M.D. (born Aug. 29, i860), 
son of Daniel Landis and Harriet Elizabeth (Shambough) 
Detwiler. 
Children : 

i. Ruth,^'' b. Aug. 23, 1894. 
ii. E. Lawrence, b. Aug. 13, 1896. 
iii. Charles Philip, b. July 7, 1899. 
iv. Alvin Chapin, b. Sept. 19, 1901. 
V. William Shambough. b. July n. 1903. 

36.CASSIUS MILAN« LAWRENCE, born Dec. 12. 1871 ; mar- 
ried June 7, 1893, to Addie May Shear (born Jan. 4. 1872). 
daughter of Conrad T. and Anna Eliza (Thomas) Shear. 

Children : 

i. Conrad Washington,^" b. Nov. 3. 1895. 
ii. Anna Theresa, b. Aug. 9, 1902. 



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Z7. ALVIN W." CHAPIN, born Dec. 2, i860; married Aug. 16, 
1886, to Grace R. Lewis. 
Child : 

i. Mabel, I'' b. Aug. 2, 1887. 

38. CHARLES J.^ CHAPIN, born April 29, 1863 ; married Sept. 

3, 1887, to Carrie Harrison. 
Child : 

i. Guy,i° b. Oct. 31, 1891. 

39. ARTHURS CHAPIN. born May 18, 1866; married Nov. i, 

1885, to Frances Williamson. 
Children : 

i. Raymond, 10 b. Oct. 18, 1886. 
ii. Frances, b. Jan. 5, 1897. 

40. MAUD CHAPIN^ LAWRENCE, born Jan. 30, 1871 ; mar- 

ried Sept. 9, 1895, to Leonard John Williams (born April 
22, 1868), son of C. Edwin and Mary Frances (Leonard) 
Williams. 
Children : 

i. Lawrence Edwin, ^° b. March 13, 1897. 
ii. Marjorie Frances, b. Nov. 11, 1898. 
iii. Carl Chapin, b. Dec. 13, 1902. 
iv. Charles Beverly, b. April 11, 1906. 

41. WILLIAM A.« BARNEY, born Jan. 20, 1872; married April 

8, 1896, to Lizzie A. Dillon (born June 8, 1873) daughter 
of William and Mary (Clear) Dillon. 
Children : 

i. Celia.io b. Dec. 27. 1898. 
ii. Mason, b. Oct. 14, 1902. 

42. BESSIE ANNETTE^ BARNEY, born Aug. 31. 1876; mar- 

ried Feb. 14, 1897, to Miles Herrick (born Dec. 7, 1876), 
son of George Byron and Elizabeth (Rhinevault) Herrick. 
Children : 

i. Ruth Marjorie, ^° b. Aug. 24, 1899. 
ii. Elisabeth Marion, b. July 5, 1907. 



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43. CARRIE MAY^ BARNEY, born May 30. 1866; married 

Sept. 14, 1889, to Dclette Potter (born July 16, 1864), son 
Theodore and Lucinda (Neal) Potter. 
Children : 

i. Lewis Frederick, ^° b. Dec. 8, 1890. 
ii. Retta Barney, b. Dec. 16, 1894. 

44. HENRIETTA URANIA^ LEONARD, born Sept. i. 1868; 

married Jan., 1894, to Charles Augustus Scherping (born 
Feb. 19, 1864), son of 'Karl and Matilda (Luke) Scherp- 
ing. 

Children : 

i. William Milton,^" b. Sept. 20, 1894. 

ii. Margaret Gertrude, b. Sept. 5, 1896. 
iii. Karl, b. Jan. 26, 1902. 
iv. Walter Leonard, b. July 17, 1904. 

V. William Bundy. 

45. BENJAMIN ARTHUR'' BARNEY, born Sept. 16, 1872; 

married June 29, 1898, to Jennie Minerva Shourds (born 
July 28, 1878), daughter of Daniel Sisson and Phoebe 
(Palmer) Shourds. 
Child : 

i. Laura Marjorie, b. Aug. 31, 1900. 

46. PAULINE THEODOSIA^ BARNEY, born April 17. 1874; 

married Sept. 6, 1899, to Walter Wesley Brundage (born 
Jan. 25, 1871), son of James Wesley and Sarah (Bron- 
son) Brundage. 
Children : 

i. Ralph Wesley,^° b. Sept. 18, 1901. 
ii. Paul Barney, b. Oct. 23, 1903. 
iii. Elizabeth Barney, b. June 25, 1906. 

47. ELLA CALFERNIA'' BARNEY, born June 30. 1884; mar- 

ried Aug. 6, 1905, to Castello Green, son of Qicster and 
Mary (Spicer) Green. 
Child : 

i. Virginia Grace,^" b. June 5, 1906. 



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Tenth Generation 



48. ALMA ROLLINS, born April 26, 1882; married July 22, 
1900, to Park Waters (born Feb. 22, 1877), son of Aaron 
and Jane Waters. 
Children : 

i. Jennie, b. June 19, 1901. 
ii. Blanche, b. Oct. 11, 1902. 
iii. Kenneth, b. April 27, 1906. 
iv. Glen L., b. Oct. 13, 1907. 



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APPENDIX B 

OTHER DESCENDANTS OF 
EBENEZER AND SARAH (REEVES) HURD 

Seventh Generation 

1. SARAH^ HURD, born July lo, 1801 ; died Feb. 17. 1845; 

married 1818, Daniel P. Baxter, born ; died . 

Child : 

1 i. Wallace,^ b. May 25, 1822. 

2. ABRAM' HURD, born June i, 1803 ; died Dec. 3. 1869 ; mar- 

ried (i) May 27, 1833, Maria, daughter of Daniel and 
Hannah (Cole) Hurlbut; married (2) Dec. 28, 1840, Eliza- 
beth Maria, born Jan. 28, 181 5, daughter of I^vi and Je- 
mima (Smith) Hurlbut (Thomas,^ Thomas,- Thomas.' 
Thomas,* Daniel,^ Azor,^ Levi,^ Daniel*). See Hurlbi^ 
Genealogy, 1888, by H. H. Hurlbut. Elizabeth (Hurlbut) 
Hurd is living in Norway, N. Y. 
Children, born in Norway, N. Y. : 

i. Emma Jane,^ b. Oct. 7, 1841 ; living at Norway. 
N. Y. 

2 ii. Sarah Maria, b. April 27, 1844. 

3 iii. Oscar Frederic, b. Sept. 19, 1846. 

3. BENJAMIN^ HURD, born March 15, 1805; died Nov. 20, 

1899, in Rockford, 111.; married Nov. 22, 1832. Almira E., 
daughter of Caleb, Jr., and Rebecca (Giles) Sheldon, 
granddaughter of James and Elizabeth (Clark) Giles, 
great-granddaughter of Jonathan Giles — Capt. Samuel 
Clark. 
Children : 

i. Eugene Hiram,^ b. April 29, 1835; d. May 9. 1839. 

4 ii. Eugenie Clotilda, b. July i, 1840. 

5 iii. Venetia Rebecca, b. Oct. 22, 1843. 

6 iv. Ada Frances, b. April 21, 1850. 

4. ARNOLD EBENEZER^ HURD, born Jan. 5, 1809; died 

July 14, 1894, at Stillman Valley, 111.; married (i) April 



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2, 1840, Persis Patrick, daughter of Col. Dauphin and 
Silee (Patrick) Brown, born Sept. 19, 1815; died Aug. 
29, 1861 ; married (2) June 29, 1864, Margaret Vandyke, 
born July 22, 1814; died Dec. 7, 1907. 
Children : 

7 i. Sarah Ann,^ b. Dec. 31, 1840. 

8 ii. Henry Ebenezer, b. June 25, 1843. 

9 iii. Hiram Harrison, b. July 7, 1847. 
ID iv. William Seward, b. Nov. 25, 1850. 

11 V. Horace Greeley, b. March 4, 1853. 

12 vi. Dauphin Brown, b. Nov. 24, 1855. 

13 vii. Arnold Eugene, b. June 20, 1858. 

5. SILAS REEVES^ HURD, born May 30, 1811 ; died June 3, 

1877 ; married Mary Ann, daughter of Samuel and Nancy 
(Crofts) Bellows, Sept. 20, 1836. 
Children : 

14 i. Helen M.,® b. Sept. 5, 1849. 

15 ii. Frank Eugene, b. Nov. 13, 1853. 

6. ELIZA^ HURD, born Aug. 9, 1815; died Dec. 27, 1873; in 

Norway, N. Y. ; married Feb. 7, 1836, Hiram, son of John 
and Laura (Sweet) English, born Nov. 22, 181 1; died 
Nov. 18, 1846, in Norway, N. Y. 

Child: 

16 i. Sarah Elizabeth,* b. Aug. 13. 1839. 

Eighth Generation 

I. WALLACE (HURD)^ BAXTER, born Norway, N. Y., May 
25, 1822; died Jan. i, 1895; married (i) May 21, 1852, at 
Grand Island, N. Y., Charity A. Gray, born Dec. 25, 1834; 
died Aug. 12, 1876; married (2) Sept. 27, 1877, Laura C. 
Youngs, daughter of Hon. J. B. Youngs, of Williamsville, 
N.Y. 

Children : 

i. Wallace W.,^ b. Jan. 29, 1857; d. Feb. 3, 1857. 

17 ii. Zora E., b. Nov. 23, 1862. 

18 iii. Yula May, b. July 27, 1866. 

19 iv. Sarah Blanche, b. Oct. i, 1868. 



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2. SARAH MARIAS HURD, born April 27, 1844 ; married Feb. 

21, 1877, James Nixon (born Aug. i, 1840). son ui James 
and Margaret (Elliott) Rutledge. Living at Durham Hall, 
Canton, Ontario. 
Children : 

i. James Frederic,^ b. Oct. 21, 1877; d. Jan. 28, 1878. 
ii. Elizabeth Hurd, b. June 17, 1881 ; unm. 
iii. Winnifred Elliott, b. April 28, 1886; unm. 

3. OSCAR FREDERIC* HURD, born Sept. 19, 1846; married 

Jan. II, 1871, Ellen (born Aug. 28, 1848), daughter of 
Joseph and Louise (Handy) Nichols. Living at Norway, 

N.Y. 

Children : 

i. Ada Elizabeth,'' b. June 12, 1873 ; m. Sept. 26, 
1897, Charles Simeon Ives (b. — — ), son of 
Amos and Johanna (Barhydt) Ives. Resid- 
ing at No. 450 Hawley Ave., Syracuse, N. Y. 
One daughter, 
ii. Clara Louise, b. May 5, 1877. Registered nurse, 

Watertov^^n, N. Y. 
iii. NelHe Nichols, b. Jan. 4, 1880; m. June 26, 1907, 
Rev. Frederick William Harding, born in Eng- 
land. Residing at Tura Assam, India. One 
daughter. 

4. EUGENIE CLOTILDA* HURD, born July i, 1840; married 

Oct. I, 1863, Rufus Mills, born Jan. 29, 183 1, son of 
George and Catharine A. (Mills) Parker. 
Children : 

i. LilHan Charlotte,'' b. Aug. 15, 1865; m. Sept. 19. 
1899, James, son of Robert and .Agnes ( Mc- 
Kay) Colville, of Scotland. They have three 
children. Living in Rockford. 111. 
ii. Edith, b. April 16, 1873; d. Aug. 19. 1873- 
iii. Violetta Eugenie, b. May 25, 1876. Living at 
Rockford, 111. 

5. VENETIA REBECCA* HURD, born Oct. 22, 1843; mar- 

ried Nov. 21, 1865. Alexander (born Sept. 30. 1837). son 



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of Daniel and Nancy (McLaren) Walker; died June 27, 
1883, at Rockford, 111. 
Children : 

i. Mabel Hurd,^ b, Sept. 16, 1866; m. March 30, 
1887, Charles Erastus, son of Elijah L. and 
Lucy Dunbar (Jones) Herrick. Living at 3735 
Ellis Ave., Chicago, 111. One son. 

ii. Annie Belle, b. June 17, 1870; d. Feb. 8, 1890, at 

Rockford, 111. 
iii. Myra Blanche, b. Dec. 11, 1874; m. June! 9, 1897, 
Homer Stanton, son of Alphius Crosby and 
Harriet Maria (Baldwin) Burpee. Living at 
Rockford, 111. Two daughters, 
iv. Jennie Ada, b. April 18, 1879. Living at Rock- 
ford, 111. 

V. James Alexander, b. Feb. 28, 1881. Living at 
Rockford, 111. 

6. ADA FRANCES^ HURD, born April 21, 1850; married May 

II, 1871, Henry (born April 8, 1846), son of Philander 
and Eliza (Scofield) Ellsworth. Living in Chicago, 111. 
Children : 

i. Scofield Hurd,^ b. March 8, 1873; d. Sept. 16, 

1874. 
ii. Alfred Chester, b. Aug. i, 1881. Mining En- 
gineer, Athletic Coach at School of Mines, 
Golden, Colo, 
iii. Huber Hurd. b. Aug. 30, 1884; m. Aug. 14, 1906, 
Louise, dau. of George W. and Cora May (Hef- 
fron) Murray. One daughter, 
iv. Frances Margaret, b. Jan. i, 1887. Living at Chi- 
cago, 111. 

7. SARAH ANN« HURD, born Dec. 31, 1840; married Oct. 27, 

1862, Thomas Mortimer White, born Oct. 21, 1839. Liv- 
ing at Maynard, Iowa. 
Children : 

i. Walter Hamilton,^ b. Sept. 28, 1863; m. Aug. 2, 
1899, Hattie N. Edsell. Three daughters. 



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ii. Mary Eva, b. Oct. 21, 1867. 

iii. Hiram Eugene, b. April 14, 1870; m. Dec. 31, 

1896, Mabel Louise Snedigar. One son and 

one daughter, 
iv. Louis Mortimer, b. Jan. 31, 1874. 
V. Anna Persis, b. Jan. 12, 1877; m. Jan. 2, 1904, 

Chester L. E. Masters, 
vi. Julia Rosanna, b. Sept. 8, 1880; d. Nov. 26, 1883. 

8. HENRY EBENEZERs HURD, born June 25, 1843; married 

Henrietta Bronson, Feb. 2, 1871 ; died Oct. 2, 1902. 
Child: 

i. Persis Jane,^ b. Nov. 15, 1871. 

9. HIRAM HARRISON^ HURD. born July 7. 1847; niarricd 

Sept. 12, 1871, Laura Lewis. Living at Stillman Valley, 
111. 

Children : 

i. Gertrude AdeHne,^ b. Feb. 2^, 1873; d. Sept. 3, 

1893. 
ii. Susie Persis, b. March 25, 1877. 

10. WILLIAM SEWARD« HURD. born Nov. 25. 1859; mar- 

ried (i) Sarah E. Johnson, Oct. 18, 1877; she died Oct. 
26, 1884. He married (2) Martha A. Hannum. Aug. i, 
1894. Living at Stillman Valley, 111. 
Children : 

i. Mary Lucy,^ b. March 16, 1880. 
ii. Margaret Cordelia, b. March — , 1881. 
iii. William Henry, b. May 8. 1883; m. Nora King 
Robbins, May 4, 1905. Living in Stillman 
Valley, 111. One son. 

11. HORACE GREELEY« HURD. born March 4. 1853; mar- 

ried Eva Humphrey, Oct. 29, 1878. Living in Stillman 
Valley, 111. 
Children : 

i. Silas Humphrey," b. Aug. 5, 1879; m. Oct. 29. 1901, 
Emma Case. 



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ii. Stella Margaret, b. May 5, 1881 ; m. Sept. 4, 1906, 

Fred C. Baker, 
iii. Mary Eva, b. Dec. 15, 1883. 

12. DAUPHIN BROWN^ HURD, born Nov. 24, 1855; married 

Oct. 16, 1882, Cyrene Worley. Wife died Jan. 8, 1895. 

Children : 

i. Dauphin Arnold,^ b. Sept. 4, 1883. 
ii. Mabel Pearl, b. Aug. 26, 1885. 
iii. Henry E., b. Aug. 17, 1890. 

13. ARNOLD EUGENE^ HURD, b. June 20, 1858; married 

March 28, 1890, Emma Rebecca Way, born Feb. 3, 1862. 
• Children : 

i. Howard VanDyke,'' b. Aug. 13, 1891. 

ii. Benjamin Way, b. July 28, 1893; d. May 17, 1894. 

iii. Chester Arnold, b. Feb. 28, 1895. 

iv. Persis Eliza, b. Dec. 2, 1896. 

V. Helen Frances, b. June 17, 1900; d. Mar. 23, 1901. 

vi. Harold Watson, b. July i, 1903. 

14. HELEN M.« HURD, born Sept. 5, 1849; married Dec. 28, 

1869, Zanas Watson, son of Montgomery and Elizabeth 
(Watson) Smith. Living in Napa, Calif. 

Children : 

i. Elmer Menzo,'^ b. Feb. 11, 1871 ; m. March 2, 1899, 
lolene, dau. of DeWitt and Florence (Terwil- 
leger) Hollenshead. 
ii. Flores Marguerite, b. April 25, 1892. 

15. FRANK EUGENE* HURD, born Nov. 13, 1853; married 

Dec. 10, 1878, Marian Wilson. Living in Nutbank, Jack- 
son Co., Miss. 
Children : 
i. Rhena.^ 
ii. Marian. 
iii. Jessie. 

16. SARAH ELIZABETH (HURD)« ENGLISH, born Aug. 

13, 1839; married Aug. 17, 1864, John Bowen, son of Pal- 
mer and S. M. (Truman) Root. 



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Children : 

i. S. Jessie," b. June i8, 1865. 

ii. Howard English, b. June 11, 1867; m. April 19, 
1893, Harriet E.. daughter of James and Caro- 
line Marshal; d. in Chicago, Dec. 6. 1893. 
iii. Hiram Eugene, b. April 26, 1871 ; m. June 3. 1896, 
Frances Luella ( Ehinlap) Van Derslice. Three 
children, 
iv. Grace Hurd, b. Dec. 15, 1872. 

Ninth Generation 

17. ZORA E. (HURD)" BAXTER, born Nov. 21, 1862, at Grand 

Island, N. Y. ; married Nov. — , 1886. James Jackson. 
Living in San Luis Obispo, Calif. 
Children : 

i. Charity Ellen,^'' b. April 22, 1888, at Gilmor. Pa.; 

d. Jan. 18, 1903, at Bakersfield, Calif, 
ii. Anson, bom Jan. 4, 1891, at Gilmor, Pa. 

18. YULAMAY (HURD)" BAXTER, born July 27. 1866. at 

Grand Island, N. Y. ; died April 7, 1903, at Tonawanda, 
N. Y. ; married Jan. — , 1885. Dr. C. C. Smith, born 

, 1858; died , 1889. 

Children : 

i. Wallace H.,^" b. April 14, 1886. at Tonawanda. 

N. Y. Living in Chicago, 111. 
ii. Agnes May, b. Nov. 12, 1891, at Tonawanda, 

N. Y. ; d. Sept. 24, 1906, at BufTalo, N. Y. 
iii. J. Baxter, b. Oct. 2, 1894. 

19. SARAH BLANCHE (HURD)» BAXTER, born Oct. i. 

1868, at Grand Island, N. Y. ; married Dec. 6. 1880. Harry 
Walter Raines, born Oct. 26, 1868. 
Children : 

i. William Norman,^" b. Oct. 3, 1883. 
ii. CliflFord Jennie, b. Nov. 24. 1885. 



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APPENDIX C 

OTHER DESCENDANTS OF 
DAVID^ AND SARAH rPVlTFrV ) BABCOCK 

Seventh Generation 

1. DAVID" BABCOOCK, born Sharon, Conn., Feb. lo, 1794; 

died , at Utica, N. Y. ; married Eliza Sayres, who (Hcd 

, at Ithaca, N. Y. Had two sons, David and Cliarles. 

Both died as young men. 

2. SARAH^ BABCOCK, born Whitestone, N. Y., Jan. 16, 1796; 

died 1878 or 1879; married Robert Briggs. 

3. MARIA^ BABCOCK, born Marcy, N. Y., Feb. 10. 1800; 

died at Ames, N. Y., , 1866; married TifTany. 

Two children, Sarah and Henrietta, both of whom are 
married and hve at Ames, N. Y. 

4. JOHN^ BABCOCK. born Utica, N. Y., Feb. 10, 1803; died 

Willoughby, O., Sept. 3, 1888; married Martha O., daugh- 
ter of Ebenezer and Dorothy (Rice) Rand, born Mon- 
tague, Mass., Dec. 20, 1810; died Willoughby, O., April 
3, 1892. 
Children : 

i. Augusta,® b. Utica, N. Y., Feb. 13, 1836; m. Aug. 
16, 1864, Chauncey W., son of Augustus and 
Emmeline (Cooley), Wicker; living at Wil- 
loughby, O., in 1902. Three sons and one 
daughter. 

ii. George, b. Nov. 5, 1837; d. ; m. . 

iii. Harriet, b. Aug. 5, 1843; d. Willoughby, O., Jan. 
9, 1871; m. in Chicago, Jan. i. 1867, Henry 
Moore, 
iv. John. b. Oct. 12, 1853; d. California, April 13. 
1874; unm. 

5. JESSE^ BABCOCK, born Marcy, N. Y., Oct. 16. 1805; died 

Dexter, N. Y., Dec. 8, 1885 ; married New Hartford. N. Y., 

Sept. 26, 1831, Maria Morgan, born ; died Dexter. 

N. Y., June 14, i854- 



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Children : 

1 i. Mary,« b. Utica, N. Y., Sept. 22, 1853. 

ii. David, b. Dexter, N. Y., Jan. 4, 1834; d. Hot 

Springs, Ark., March 28, 1899; ^- 1872, Sarah, 

dau. of Timothy and OHvia (Clark) Strong. 

Living at Fond du Lac, Wis., in 1902. 
iii. Elizabeth, b. May 31, 1836; m. at Dexter, N. Y., 
' , 1859, Sanford E. Herrick. Living at 

San Francisco in 1902. 
iv. George, b. Jan. 3, 1844 ; d. Dexter, N. Y., 1879. 
V. William, b. Dexter, N. Y., June 29, 1848; m. 

Denver, Colo., April — , 1875, Mary Blake, b. 

, Wis.; d. Boulder, Colo., Sept. 17, 1878. 

He was living at Boulder, Colo. Two sons. 

Eighth Generation 

1. MARY* BABCOCK, daughter of Jesse and Maria (Morgan) 

Babcock, was born in Utica, N. Y., Sept. 22, 1832; died 
at St. Cloud, Minn., Jan. ii, 1903; married Dexter, N. Y., 
June 19, 1855, Joseph G., son of Levi and Adaline (Cory) 
Smith, born Jefiferson Co., N. Y., May 15, 1833. Living 
at St. Cloud, Minn., in 1903. 
Children : 

2 i. George.^ 

3 ii. Edmund. 

Ninth Generation 

2. GEORGE BABCOCK^ SMITH, son of Joseph G. and Mary 

(Babcock) Smith, born ; married , 1889, Laura 

Bell Mitchell. 
Children : 

i. Jesse Edmund,^^ b. Nov. 9, 1890. 
ii. George Perry, b. Nov. 13, 1893. 
iii. Rachel Bell, b. Dec. 15, 1895. 

3. EDMUND B.^ SMITH, second son of Joseph G. and Mary 

(Babcock) Smith, born ; married July 7, 1903, Mil- 
dred Whittlesey Mitchell. Living at Hollywood, Calif. 
Child: 

i. Mary Babcock,^" b. May 31, 1905. 



APPENDIX D 

OTHER DESCENDANTS OF 
DELIVERANCE AND MARY (HYDE) BROWN 

Sixth Generation 

1. LUCIUS*^ BROWN, born at Canterbury, Conn., Dec. 9, 1791 ; 

died ; married . 

Children : 

i. John,'' b. ; d. unm. at about 50 years of af;:c. 

near Rockford, 111. 

ii. Alba, b. ; d. ; m. , lived near Rock- 
ford, 111. ; two sons. 

iii. Ann, b. ; d. ; m. Mr. Miller, lived near 

Rockford, 111., and later moved to Kansas. 

2. BETSEY^ BROWN, born at Canterbury, Conn., Sept. 7. 

1793; died ; married Jerold Hurlbut. lived at 

Ottawa, 111. 
Children: 

i. Henry^ 
ii. Jane. 

3. ISAAC*^ BROWN, born at Canterbury, Conn., June 23, 1795; 

died , 1861, at Waupun. Wis.; married (i) , 

Martha Aldula Waldo, born , 1800; died , 1845. 

Lived many years at Willoughby, O. He moved to 
Moundville, Wis., where he married (2) Mary .\nn Saf- 
ford. 

Children, by ist marriage: 

1 i. Joseph Waldo," b. at Willoughby, O., Dec. 4. 1819. 

2 ii. Hannah, b. at Willoughby, O.. , 1823. 

3 iii. Maria, b. , 182 1. 

4 iv. Mary Ann, b. , 1828, at Willoughby. O. 

5 V. Ray, b. , 1832. at Willoughby, O. 

Children, by 2nd marriage : 

i. Emily," b. ; d. when about 2 yrs. of age. 

ii. Lucy, b. ; m. Cecil Chapman. They have 

several children. 



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4. HARRIET^ BROWN, born at Canterbury, Conn., Feb. 7, 
1797; married , Mr. Stafford, at Willoughby, O., died 



Children : 

i. Helen,^ b. ; d. , buried at Oswego, III; 

m. a Mr. Holt. Had one daughter named 

Emily, who m. Mr. Charles, 
ii. Rebecca, b. ; d. ; m. Mr. Stahl. Had one 

son. 

5. SAMUEL*' BROWN, born at Tunbridge, Vt., Feb. 27, 1799 ; 

died June 29, 1884, at Kirtland, O.; married (i) 

Hannah Fox; married Oct. 27, 1859. (2) CaroHne (Mar- 
shall) Coe, who died at Kirtland, O., March 11, 1890. 

Children, by ist marriage: 

6 i. Emily Jane,'' b. Dec. 7, 1830. 

ii. Cordelia, b. ; d. , 1885, at Cleveland, O. ; 

m. Mr. Sawyer, had two children. 

7 iii. Frances, b. . 

iv. Louis, b. ; d. , 1903; m. . Had 

three children. 

Children, by 2nd marriage : 

V. Caroline,'^ b. Oct. 10, 1861 ; d. March 8, 1885 ; m. 
Nov. — , 1884, Frank Morehouse, at Sloan, 
Iowa, 
vi. Minnie, b. March 18, 1866, at Kirtland, O. ; m. 
July 17, 1884, John W. Schupp, Hving at Wil- 
loughby, O. Have six children, 3 dead, 3 
living. 

6. EUNICE^ BROWN, born , 1801 ; died at Waupun, 

Wis. ; married Simson Hall. Lived at Willoughby, O. 
Children : 

i. Harvey,^ b. ; d. ; m. . Had two 

children. 

ii. Hiram, b. ; d. unm. 

iii. Emily, b. ; died . 

8 iv. Maria Keziah, b. Nov. 29, 1834. 



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7. HARVEY HYDE« BROWN, born Jan. 2, 1804; d. ; m. 

. Lived in Michigan. 

Children : 

i. Aura/ b. ; d. ; m. Mr. Thulton. 

ii. Martha, b. ; d. unm. 

iii. Minerva, b. ; d. ; m. Mr. Wiggins. 

Seventh Generation 

T. JOSEPH W^\LDO' BROWN, born at Willoughby, ()., Dec. 
4, 1819; died at Waupun, Wis., March 24, 1858; married 
Susan Ann W^irt, April 3, 1845, who was born at Wil- 
loughby, O., Sept. 29, 1825 ; died at Rochester, Minn., Sept. 
8, 1875. 
Children : 

i. Infant son,^ b. Feb. 24. 1846; d. March 3, 1846. 

at Willoughby, O. 
ii. Frances Cordelia, b. June 16, 1848; d. Feb. 27, 

1849. 3^t Waupun, Wis. 
iii. Eugene Jarvis, b. Jan. 23, 1850, at Waupun, Wis. ; 
m. Sept. II, 1877, Annette A. Nash, at Pleasant 
Hill, Mo. She was b. Jan. 27, 1861, at Wil- 
loughby, O. Living in Kansas City, Mo. ; two 
children, 
iv. Gertrude, b. Aug. 29. 1854; d. April 5. 1890, at 
Kansas City, Kans. ; m. . Theodore Pep- 
per. Husband and children are living in Chi- 
cago. 

2. HANNAH^ BROWN, born in Willoughby, O., . 1823; 

died , i860; married , 1842, Mr. Gayiord. 

Children : 

i. Isaac,^ b. ; m. ; living in Kansas City. 

Mo. Had twelve children, ten arc living, 
ii. Hepworth, 

iii. Minnie, b. ; m. . Ellis Moore. Living in 

St. Paul, Minn, 
iv. Fred. 

V MARIA" BROWN, born , 182 1 ; died . 1902; mar- 
ried , 1842, L. B. Hills. Lived many years at Wau- 



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pun, Wis., and later at Madison, Wis. After the death of 
her husband, she removed to Tacoma, Wash., where she 
died. 

Children : 

i. Dr. Ed. Hills,« b. ; m. ; living at Min- 
neapolis, Minn. Has children. 

ii. Irene Hills, b. ; m. , Bert Olds. Living 

at Tacoma, Wash. Has children. 

Note: — Maria Brown first married Jarvis S. Pike, who 
died at quite an early age. Had no children. 

4. MARY ANN^ BROWN, born at Willoughby, O., , 1828; 

married July 22, 1852, Dr. Henry L. Butterfield. Lived 
many years at Waupun, Wis. Now living at Morris, 
Minn. 

Children : 

9 i. Nellie,^ b. at Waupun, Wis., Oct. 27, 1859. 

5. RAY" BROWN, born at Willoughby, O., , 1832; died 

1883 ; married at Westfield, Wis., , 1856, Mary Bain. 

Lived near Portage City, Wis. 

6. EMILY JANE^ BROWN, born Dec. 7, 1830; died Dec. 25, 

1881 ; married Aug. 4, 1856, Alvin R. Hurd. Lived in 
Willoughby, O. 
Children : 

i. Alice Emily,* b. Sept. 19, 1857; m. Aug. 16, 1882, 
F. T. Waters. Living in Oberlin, O. Four 
children, 
ii. Gertrude Melissa, b. Jan. 5, 1866; unm., living at 
58 Nantucket Ave., Cleveland, O. 

7. FRANCES^ BROWN, born ; died ; married (i) 

Mr. Vial; married (2) Mr. Austin; married (3) Mr. 
Henshaw. 

Children, by ist marriage: 

i. Nellie,* b. ; m. , A. F. Danielson, Hving 

at 613 Braddock Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. 
ii. Charles, b. ; d. . 



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Children, by 2nd marriage: 

iii. Peter, b. ; d. unm. 

iv. Walter, b. ; d. unm. 

V. Edwin, b. ; d. unm. 

Children, by 3rd marriage: 

vi. Maud, b. ; m. . Had one child. 

8. MARIA KEZIAH (BROVVN)^ HALL, born Nov. 29, 1834; 

died at Des Moines, la., Nov. 11, 1897; married Henry 
Purelius Brown, at Waupun, Wis., Oct. 29, i860; died 
Nov. II, 1897. 

Children : 

i. Annie Rispale,- b. Oct. i, 1863; d- unm., Nov. 6, 
1887. 
10 ii. EHzabeth Myra, b. May 7, 1867. 

iii. Thomas H., b. Oct. 14, 1869; ^- unm.. Oct. i, 
1895- 

Eighth Generation 

9. NELLIE ( BROWN )« BUTTERFIELD, born at Waupun, 

Wis., Oct. 2-/, 1859; married May 29. i8<S3, Edwin J. 

Jones, born at Beaverdam, Wis., , 1859. Living at 

Morris, Minn. One son, Henry B. Jones. 

10. ELIZABETH MYRA (BROWN) (HALL)« BROWN, 

born May 7, 1867; married Jan. 12, 1892, Harold R. 
Howell. Living at Des Moines, la. Two children. 



INDEX 



Ackerly, Robert, 7 
Adams, Abigail, 56 

Benjamin, 55 

Catherme, 55 

Edith, 56 

Edward, 55 

Elizabeth, 56 

Esther, 55 

Eunice, 59 

Eunice (bpalding), 58 

George, 56 

Henry, 54, 56 

John, 54, 55 

Jonathan, 54, 56 

Joseph, 52-58 

J.Q-54 

Katherine, 56-58 

Margaret, 56 

Martha, 55 

Mary, 56, 57 

Nathaniel, 55 

Parker, 57 

Pelatiah, 56 

Peter, 55 

Rebecca, 53-56 

Rebecca (Graves), 54 

Samuel, 54-57, 68 

Samuel, Capt., 54-56 

Susanna, 55, 56 

Thomas, 54-56 

Timothy, 56 

Ursula, 55 
Amsden, Isaac, 17 

Frances (Perriman), 17 
Arnold, Isaac, 7 
Austin, Adah Hester, 83 

Edwin, 103 

Hester (Maine), 84 

Mr., 102 

Peter, 103 

Walter, 103 

William Henry, 84 
Ayers, Daniel, 84 

Sarah (Bartlett), 84 

Susie Evelyn, 84 

Babcock, Abigail, 30 
Abjiah, 31 
Ann, 30 

Antoinette (Darling), 82 
Asa, 31 
Augusta, 97 
Benedict, 31 
Benjamin, 32 



Babcock, Charles, 97 
Daniel, 32 

David. 30-32,38.40, 45.97.98 
Dorcas, 31 
Edward, 32 
Elihu, 30 
Elisha, 30 

Elizabeth, 29, 30, 32, 98 
Elizabeth (Hall). 30 
Emily (Brown), 10, 49 
Emma. 10, 33, 49 
Eunice, 30 
Frank, 82 

George, 10, 30, 33, 49, 97, 98 
Gideon, 31 
Grover, 82 
Harriet. 97 
Hezekiah. 30 
James, 29,30 
Jesse, 33, 97, 98 
Job, 29, 30 

John, 29, 30, 32, 36, 45. 97 
Jonathan, 30, 31 
Joseph, 29, 30 
Joshua, 32 
Maria. 32, 97 
Maria (Morgan), 98 
Mary, 29-31. 98 
Mary (Lawton), 30 
Miriam, 31 
Nathaniel, 29 
Oliver, 30 
Paul, 32 
Robert, 30 
Ruth, 30, 31 
Sarah, 29, 32, 97 
Simeon. 32 
William. 82.98 
Barney, Alvin Chapin, 78 
Alvin Willis, 77, 83 
Angelirie Maude, 82 
Anthony, Dr., 9. 76-78 
Beatrice Blanche, 84 
Benjamin Arthur. 82. 87 
Bessie Anncttf, 80. 86 
Carrie May, 80, 87 
Celia, 86 

Charles Sherman, 78 
Charlotte fanettc, 83 
Clarissa Elizabctli, 76. 82 
Correl, 84 

Darwm Krasmus, 9, 77 
Delwin Clement, 77, 03 
Elizabeth (Mason), 76 



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Index 



Barney, Ella Calfernia, 83, 87 

Emily Sherman, 78 

Erwin Lewis, 77 

Esther Blanche, 82 

Fred Horatio, 80 

George Darwin, 77 

Granville Mason, 76, 80 

Harry La Verne, 83 

Henrietta Gertrude, 76, 80 

Herbert A., Dr., 84 

Herbert Anthony, 78 

Hiram Chapin, 77 

Howard Hall, 83 

Jennie Minerva, 78 

Jonathan, 76 

Jonathan Orlando, 76, 82 

Laura Marjorie, 87 

Levant Anthony, 9, 77 

Mark Anthony, 80 

Martha, 83 

Martha May, 77 

Mary Evelyn, 83 

Mason, 86 

Mason Horton, 83 

Milan Mingus, 83 

Mildred, 84 

Milton Darwin, 84 

Nora Maria, 83 

Olin Levant, 77 

Oma, 84 

Omer Lester, TJ, 84 

Orville Lewis, 76, 80 

Pauline Theodosia, 82, 87 

Permelia (Millie), 80 

Roxa (Chapin), 77, 78 

Roxa Minerva, 76, 80 

Sara Sherman. 78, 84 

William A., 80,86 

William Horton, 77, 83, 84 
Baggs, Arthur Eugene, 84 

Elisha, 84 

Roxanna (Sunderland), 84 

Vernon A., 84 
Baker, Fred C, 94 
Barnes, Asa, Col., 15 
Baxter, Daniel P., 22, 89 

Sarah Blanche, 90, 95 

Wallace. 89, 90 

Wallace VV., 90 

Yula May, 90, 95 

Zora E., 90, 95 
Beardslee, Ethel, 43 

Guy Roosevelt, 43 
Beardsley, Daniel, 41 

Deborah (Knickerbocker), 32, 41 

Hannah, 41 

John, 32, 41, 43 

Joseph, 41 

Mary, 41 

Samuel, 41 ' 



Beardsley, Sarah, 32, 41 

Thorn cis, 41 

William, 41 
Beechy, Zindiana, 9 
Bellows, Mary Ann, 22, 90 

Nancy (Crofts). 90 

Samuel, 90 
Bennett, Charles, 79 
Bentley, Caleb, Capt., 32 
Bertram, Hannah, 19 

John, 19 
Bess, Enoch, 80 

Mary, 80 

Sarah (Lewis), 80 
Bishop, Edward, 15, 16 

Hannah. 15, 16 

Mary, 16 

Sarah, 15, 16 
Blackmore, Mary, 55 
Blake, Mary, 98 
Blakeman, Adam, Rev., 41 
Bliss, Phebe, 71 
Bourne, Anne, 70 

Elizabeth, 70 

John, 70 

Lydia, 79 

Margaret, 70 

Martha, 70 

Nathaniel, 70 

Thomas, 70 

Brace, Mr., 49 
Bradford, Alice, 57, 58 

Anna, 58 

Edith, 57-59 

Elizabeth, 57 

Eunice, 59 

Eunice (Adams), 59 

Hannah, 58 

James, 57. 58 

Jerusha, 58 

John, 57-59 

Joseph, 57 

Joshua, 58 

Lydia, 59 

Margaret, 57 

Mary, 58 

Meladiah, 58 

Mercy, 57, 58 

Robert. 57 

Rose Knickerbocker, 41 

Samuel, 58, 59 

Sarah, 58 

Submit, 59 

Susannah, 48, 59 

Thomas, 57-59, 70 

William, 57, 58, 69 
Bradley, Dwight Hemingway, Zo 

Nellie Elmina, 80 

Sarah (Brown), 80 



Index 



lo; 



Briggs, Elmina (Howe), 79 

Lottie Lucy, 79 

Robert, 97 

Willis, 79 
Bronson, Henrietta, 93 
Brown, Abigail, 47 

Abijah, 47 

Alba, 99 

Ann, 99 

Annie Rispale, 103 

Aura, 101 

Azariah, 48 

Betsey, 48, 99 

Bridget, 47 

Caroline, 100 

Christopher, 47 

Cordelia, 100 

Daniel, 31, 38 

Dauphin, Col., 90 

Deliverance, 33, 47, 48, 54, 59, 61, 
65 

Dinah, 47 

Dinah (Spalding), 54 

Dorcas, 30, 31, 38 

Dorcas (Gardner), 31, 38 

Ebenezer, 48, 49, 59 

Edith. 48 

Edith Rebecca. 49 

Eleazer, 47, 52, 54 

Elizabeth Myra, 103 

Elizabeth Myra (Hall), 103 

Emily, 33, 49, 99 

Emily Jane, 100 

Eugene Jarvis, 101 

Eunice, 48, 49, 100 

Frances, 100, 102 

Frances Cordelia, 101 

Gertrude, 101 

Hannah, 99, 101 

Harriet, 48. 100 

Harvey Hyde, 49, 101 

Henry Purelius. 103 

Isaac, 48, 99 

James, 48 

Jemima, 48 

Jeremiah, 48 

John, 47, 48, 99 

Joseph Waldo, 99. 101 

Jos. Waldo, Dr., 59 

Louis, 100 

Lucius, 48. 99 

Lucretia, 49 

Lucy, 99 

Maria, 99, 101. 102 

Martha, 101 

Mary Ann, 49, 99. 102 

Mary (Hyde), 33 

Minerva, 101 

Minnie, 100 

Persis Patrick, 90 



Brown, Ray, 09, 102 

Rebecca, 47 

Samuel, 48, 100 

Silee (Patrick). 90 

Thomas, 47 

Thomas H., 103 
Brownell. Anne. 44 

Mary, 43, 44 

Thomas, 44 
Brundage, Elizabeth Barney, 87 

James Wesley. 87 

Paul Barney, 87 

Ralph Wesley, 87 

Sarah (Bronson), 87 

Walter Weslev, 87 
Budd. John, 7 
Buell, David, 20 
Bundy. Fulton, 82 

Phoebe (Burrows), 82 

William Burrows, 82 
Bunker, George, 63 

Tudith, 63 
- Martha, 63 

Mary, 62 
Burdick, Amos, 78 

Anstice Clark. 78 

David Sherman, 78 

Milo, 78 
Burgoyne. Christopher, 65 

Grace, 65 

Thomazin, 65 
Burpee, Alphius Crosby, 92 

Harriet Maria (Baldwin), 92 

Homer Stanton, 92 
Bushnell, Orasmus, 21 
Butterfield, Henrv L., Dr., 102 

Nellie, 102, 103 

Calhoun, Henry, 80 

Sarah (Pine), 80 

Winfield S., 80 
Campbell, Alice, 79, 85 

Hayden. 79 

Lottie, 79. 85 

William Henry. 78 _ 
Carpenter, Alexander. 57 
Case, Emma. 03 
Chapin, .Mvin, 9. 75 

Alvin Enoch. 80 

Alvin W.. 79. 86 

Arthur, 79. 86 

Bess Horton. 80 

Charles, 75 

CTiarlcs J., 79, 86^ 

Claris-^a (Day). 7> 

Clementine. 80 

David Chester, 8fJ 

Del win Decosti. 75. HT) 

Dclwin Dec. 80 

Eugertha Emily. 75. 79. «) 



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Index 



Chapin, Frances, 86 

Giles Horton, 75, 80 

Guy, 86 

Hiram Orlaski, 75, 79 

James Irving ,80 

Mabel, 86 

Marion Leone, 80 

Minnie M., 79 

Monterey Maria, 75, 80 

Raymond, 86 

Sarah, 80 

Sobieski Loanda, 75, 79 

Wilmina Rosalinda, 75, 79 
Chapman, Cecil, 99 
Charles, Mr., 100 
Cheeking, Samuel, 64 
Qiittenden, Elizabeth, 68 

Joanna, 68 

Joanna ( Sheaf e), 66 

John, 68 

Mary, 66, 68, 69 

Mathl., 68 

Robert, 68 

Thomas, 68 

William, 66, 68 
Clark, Frederick Willard, 79 

Henry, 79 

Maria (Smith), 79 

Samuel, Capt., 14, 89 
Clarke, Joan, 72 

William, 72 
Clinton, James, Col., 31 
Coe, Caroline (Marshall), 100 
Cogswell, Alice, 71 

Edward. 71 

Elizabeth, 71 

Elizabeth (Thompson), 53 

Hannah, 53, 71 

John, 53, 71 

Mary, 71 

Sarah, 71 

William, 71 
Collins, Jno., 26 
Colville, Agnes (McKay), 91 

James, 91 

Robert, 91 
Conklin, John, 7 
Corbin, Mathias, 7 
Corey, Jacob, 7 
Coon, Amherst, 10 

Ewin, 10 

Sally Betsy (Treat), 10 
Cutter, Elizabeth, 16-18 

Ephraim, 17 

Frances (Perriman), 16 

Gershorn, 17 

Hepsibah, 18 

Mary, 17 

Nathaniel, 17 
Rebecca, 17 



Cutter, Richard, 16, 17 
Ruhamah, 17 
Samuel, 17 
Sarah, 18 
Thomas, 17 
William 17 

Danielson, A. F., 102 

Darling, Catherine (Tallman), 80 

Hercules, 80 

Thankful, 80 
Davis, Ebenezer, 47 
Denslow, Henry, 67 

Susannah, 67 
De Peyton, John, 65 

Sir, 65 
Desinger, Gertrude, 80 

Lyman, 80 

Mary Ellen (Vreeland), 80 
Detwiler, Alvin Chapin, 85 

Charles Philip, 85 

Daniel Landis, 85 

Edwin, 85 

E. Lawrence, 85 

Harriet Elizabeth (Shambough), 
85 

Ruth, 85 

William Shambough, 85 
Dexter, Angelina (Briggs), 82 

Daniel, 82 

Leonora, 82 
Dillon, Lizzie A., 86 

Mary (Clear), 86 

William, 86 

Edsell, Hattie N., 92 
Eldred, Martha, 38 

Penelope, 38 

Samuel, 38 
Elliott, John Knox, 11 

Mavme Almira, 11 

Sop'hia Elizabeth (Bissell), 11 
Ellsworth. Alfred Chester, 92 

Eliza (Scofield), 92 

Frances Margaret, 92 

Henry, 92 

Huber Hurd, 92 

Philander, 92 

Scofield Hurd, 92 
Emerson, Edward, 71 

Jos., Rev., 71 

Ralph Waldo, 71 

Wm., Rev., 71 
Endicott, John, Gov., TH 
English, Hiram, 22, 90 

John, 90 

Laura (Sweet), 90 

Sarah Elizabeth, 90, 94 
Eustace. Belle (Thompson), 80 

Harry Joshua, 80 

Joshua H., 80 



Index 



lOQ 



Fay, Annie (Delia Torre), 11 

John Leo, 11 

Phyllis, 11 
Fitch, Ebenezer, 47 
Forbes, Abigail (Redfield), 78 

Christy, 78 

Lillian, 78 

Moses, 78 

Olive, 78 

Ruth, 78 
Forsyth, Clarissa, 9 

Martha (Giles), 9 

William, 9 

Wm., 15 
Fox, Hannah, 100 
Francis, Margaret, 65 
Freeman, Edmund, 39 

Mary, 39 
Freville, Robert, 65 

Thomazin, 65 
Fuller, Bethiah, 62 

Elizabeth, 60, 62 

Isaac, 62 

Jeremiah, 62 

John. 60, 62 

Jonathan, 62 

Joseph, 62 

Joshua, 62 

Gardner, Benoni, 37 

Christopher, 38 

Dorcas, Zl , 38 

Ephraim, 38 

George, Zl 

Henry, Zl , 38 

James, 38 

Jeremiah, 38 

Joseph, Zl 

Lydia, Zl 

Martha, 38 

Mary, 37 

Nicholas, Zl 

Penelope, 38 

Peregrine, 38 

Rebecca, 37 

Robert, 38 

Samuel, Zl , 38 

William, Zl , 38 
Gaylord, Fred, 101 

Hepworth, 101 

Isaac. 101 

Minnie, 101 

Mr., 101 
Gernon. Margaret, 65 
Giles, Edward, 14 

Elizabeth (Clark), 89 

James, 89 

John, 14-17 

Jonathan, 14, 89 

Martha, 15 



Graves, Katherine (Gray), 55 

Henry, 68 

John, 68 

Margaret, 68 

Rebecca. 54. 55. 68 

Thomas. 55, 68 
Grav. Charitv A.. 90 

Katherine. 68 

Thomas. 68 
Green. Alfred Morean, 84 

Bartholomew, 17 

Betsv (Rassctt), 78 

Costello. 87 

Chandler. 84 

Chester, 87 

David Isaiah, 78 

David Isiah. 84 

David Sherman, 84 

Elizabeth, 16, 17 

Ellen, 16, 17 

Emily Sherman, 84 

Isaiah, 11 

John. 17 

lohn Chandler. 11 

Mary M., 78. 84 

Mary (SpiccrV 87 

Percival, 16, 17 

Virginia Grace, 87 
Griswold, Daniel, 21 

Mary, 21 

Mr., 21 
Groves. Charlotte (Dowse), 84 

John Dowser, 84 

John R., 84 

Marion Barney. 85 

Hadley, Ann, 9. 76 
Hall. Content. .30, 36 

Edward. 36 

Elisha, 36 

Elizabeth, 16, 30. 37 

Elizabeth (Cutter), 14 

Emily, 100 

Harvev. 100 

Wrnry, Z(S. 36 

Hiram, 100 

Tames, 36 

John, 16, 17, .V) 

Jonathan. 16 

Lardina, 83 

Lucinda A. (Minjois). ^ 

Lydia, 36 

Maria Krn.ih. 100. 10.^ 

Mnrtha. Zl 

Mary, 16. Zl 

Mercy. 36 

Nathan. 16 

Nathaniel. 14. 16-I« 

Percival. 16 

Sarah, 16. 17 



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Index 



Hall, Simson, 100 

Stephen. 16 

Susan, 83 

Susanna, 14 

Susannah, 16, 17 
Tabitha, 17 
Thomas, 16 
William, 17, 36 
Hallock, Abigail, 7, 11 

Peter, 7, 14 
Hannum, Martha A., 93 
Hanson, Alice, 57 

John, 57 

Margaret (Gresham), 57 
Harding, Frederick William, Rev., 91 
Harris, Israel, Capt., 15 
Harrison, Carrie, 86 
Haskins, Ruth, 71 
Hauber, Blanche, 79 

David Thatcher, 79 

Giles Chapin, 79 

Jane (Hauber), 79 

John, 79 

"Mary, 79 
Hayden, Wm., 27 
Hazard, Edward, 45 

Elizabeth, 36, 43-45 

Elizabeth (Helme), 39 

George, 44 

Hannah. 43-45 

Jeremiah, 44 

John, 45 

Martha, 36, 43, 44 

Mary, 44 

Meribah, 45 

Robert, 43, 44 

Ruth, 45 

Samuel, 44 

Sarah, 44, 45 

Simeon, 45 

Stephen. 39, 40, 44, 45 

Susannah, 39, 44, 45 

Thomas, 36, 43-45 
Heath, Ernest W., 11 

Florence (Hamilton), 11 

Hazel Hamilton, 11 
Heimerdinger. Emma (Garrett), 82 

Howard, 82 

Joseph C.. 82 
Helme, Christopher, 40 

Elizabeth, 40, 44 

Margaret, 40 

Mary, 40, 44 

Mercy, 40 

Rouse, 40, 44 

Samuel, 40 

William, 40 
Henshaw. Maud. 103 

Mr., 102 



Herrick, Charles Erastus, 92 

Elijah L., 92 

Elisabeth Marion, 86 

Elizabeth (Rhinevault), 86 

George Byron, 86 

Lucy Dunbar (Jones), 92 

Miles, 86 

Ruth Marjorie. 86 

Sanford E., 98 
Hicks, Herodius (Long), Zl 

John, Zl 
Hills, Ed., Dr.. 102 

Irene, 102 

L. B., 101 
Hodge, Asahel, 67 

Benjamin, 67 

Henry, 67 

John, 64, 67 

Joseph. 67 

Margaret, 67 

Mary, 67 

Nathaniel, €1 

Sarah, 64, 67 

.Susannah, 67 

Thankful. 67 

Tliomas. 67 
Holt. Emily, 100 

Mr., 100 
Hollenshead, De Witt, 94 

Florence (Terwilleger), 94 

lolene, 94 
Horton, Abigail, 7, 8 

Adam, 8 

Alva Lou, 83 

Alvah Luther, 76, 83 

Arthur Browning. 11 

Barnabas, 7, 8 

Benjamin, 7 

Bertha (Wells), 8 

Caleb, 7, 14 

Charlotte, 76, 82 

Clarissa (Forsyth), 23 

David, 8, 9 

Elvira, 9, 75 

Emi Lee, 11 

Emma (Babcock), 31 

Esther, 8 

George T., 10 

George Terry, 11, 31 

Gladys. 83 

Hannah, 7, 8 

Harriet. 9, 75, 76, 82 

Helen, 11 

Henrietta, 9, 76 

Henry, 9, 76 

Hiram. .33, 49, 76 

Hiram T., 11. 22. 23 

Hiram Terry. 9, 10 

Horace Babcock, 11 



Index 



III 



Hortnn. Horace E., 10, 33, 41 

Horace Ebenezer, 10, 31, 49 

James Wood, 77 

Jeremiah, Capt., 7 

Jerry. 9 

Jessie Margaret, 11 

John, 8 

John McBride, 77 

Jonathan, 7, 8 

Jonathan. Capt., 8 

Jonathan, Giles, 9, 76 

Joseph, 7. 9 

Joshua, 7 

Lewis, 76. 82 

Lewis Freeman, 9, 76 

Luther, 9, 23 

Lydia, 8 

Maria Adelia, 9, 77 

Marjorie, 11 

Martha Ann, 9, 77 

Mary, 7, 8 

Mary Elizabeth, 10 

Mary (Hurd). 33. 49 

Mary Wood, 77, 83 

Mercy, 7 

Minerva, 9, 75 

Nathan, 8 

Patience, 8 

Phoebe, 8 

Rachel, 8 

Richard, 8 
Ruth, 8, 76 
Sarah, 7 
Silaa, 8 

Susie Mary, 11 
Howell, Harold R., 103 
Howells, Mrs., 11 
Hubbard, Hannah (Bar too), 80 

John, 27 
"Newton. W., 80 
Orpha, 80 
Humphrey, Cornelius, Col.. 32 

Eva, 93 
Hurd, Abigail. 20 

Abraham. 20. 21, 28 
Abram. 22, 89 
Ada Elizabeth. 91 
Ada Frances. 89, 92 
Adam, 19 
Alice Emilv, 102 
Alvin R., 102 
Ann, 19 
Arnold E., 22 
Arnold Ebenezer, 89 
Arnold Eugene, 90, 94 
Asa, 21 
Asenath, 21 
Benjamin, 20-22, 89 
Benjamin Wav, 94 
Caleb Leete, 21 



Hurd, Chester Arnold, 94 
Clara Louise, 91 
Daniel, 20. 26 
Daphne. 22 
Dauphin .Arnold. ^^4 
Dauphin Brown, 90, 94 
Dorothy, 21 
Ebenezer. 10. 20, 21 26 
Eliza. 22. 90 

Elizabeth (Hurlbut), 89 
Elnathan. 20 
Emma Jane, 89 
Eugene Hiram, 89 
Eugene Clotilda. 89. 91 
Frank Eugene. 90. 94 
Gertrude Adeline, 9.1 
Gertrude Melissa. 102 
Hannah, 20 

Hannah (Bertram), 19 
Harold Watson. 94 
Helen Frances. 94 
Helen M., 90, 94 
Henry E , 94 
Henry Ebenezer, 90. 93 
Hiram H.. 22 
Hiram Harrison. 90, 93 
Horace Greelev. 90, ^3 
Howard Van Dyke, 94 
Jessie. 94 
John, 19, 20 
Joseph, 19 
Josiah. 20 
Lydia, 21 
Mabel Pearl, 94 
Margaret Cordelia. 93 
Marian. 94 

Mary, 9. 10 20 22, 23 
Mary Eva. 94 
Mary Lucy. 93 
Molly, 21 
Nancy, 21 
Nathaniel, 21 
Nellie Nichols, 91 
Oliver. 21 

Oscar Frederic. 89. 91 
Persis Eliza. 94 
Persis Jane. 93 
Rachel, 20 21 
Rebecca, 20 
Rhena, 94 
Robert. 20 
Ruth. 20 
Sarah, 19. 22. 89 
Sarah Ann. 90. 92 
Sarah Maria. 89. 91 
Sarah (Reeves), 10 
Silas R.. 22 
Silas Humphrey. 93 
Silas Reeves, 90 
Stella Margaret, 94 



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Index 



Hurd. Susie Persis, 93 

Venetia Rebecca, 89, 91 

William Henry, 93 

William Seward, 90, 93 
Hurlbut, Daniel. 89 

Elizabeth Maria, 89 

Hannah (Cole), 89 

Henry, 99 

H. H., 89 

Jane, 99 

Jemima (Smith), 89 

Terold. 99 

Levi, 89 

Maria. 22, 89 
Hyde, Abner, 61, 65 

Alhe, 61 

Bethiah, 60 

Comfort. 61 

David, 61 

Ebenezer, 61 

Elizabeth, 60, 61 

Elizabeth (Starr), 65 

Elizabeth (Williams), 64 

Enoch, 61 

Eunice. 61. 65 

Hannah, 60 

Harvey, 61. 65 

Isaac, 59-61. 63-65 

Isaac, Jr., 48, 61, 62 

Lsaac. Capt., 61, 65 

Job. 60, 62 

Johathan, 60 

John, 60 

Jonathan. 61, 64, 72 

Toshua, 60 

Judith, 61 

Mary, 48. 59-61, 65 

Nathan, 61 

Nathaniel. 61 

Samuel, 60 

Sarah, 60. 61, 65 

Sarah (Marshall), 48 

Susannah, 61 

Temperance, 60 

Ives, Amos, 91 

Charles Simeon, 91 
Johanna (Barhydt), 91 

Jackson, Anson, 95 

Charitv Ellen, 95 

Clyde W, 80 

Elizabeth Louise, 80 

James, 95 

Mary L. (Bowers), 80 
Jewell. Grizell. 52 

Mercy. 52 

Thomas, 52 
Johnson, Sarah E., 93 
John.ston, Robert, Capt., 31 



Jones, Edwin J., 103 

Henry B., 103 
Judson, Johanna, 19 

Kane, James, 79 

Louisa (Hayes), 80 

Mary, 79 
Kimberly, Abraham, 20 
Knickerbocker, Cornelia, 42 

Cornelius, 42 

Deborah, 41. 43 

Elizabeth, 43 

Evert, 42 

Harman Janse, 46 

Harmen Janse, 42 

Herman, 42, 43 

Jane, 42 

Jenika. 43 

Lawrence, 42 

William, 43 

Peter, 42 

Van Wye Harman Janse Van 
Berghen, 42 
Kruger, , 43 

Lawton. Elizabeth, 36 

Elizabeth (Hazard). 29, 45 

George, 29, 36, 43, 45 

Isabel, 36 

Job, 36 

John, 36 

Mary, 29, 36, 45 

Mercy, 36 

Robert, 36 

Ruth, 36 

Susanna, 36 
Lane. Robert, 20. 26 

Sarah, 20, 26 

Sarah (Pickett), 20 
Lawrence, Anna Theresa, 85 

Cassius Milan, 79, 85 

Conrad Washington, 85 

Elvira, 79, 85 

Eugertha Emily, 80 

Jemima (Pratt), 79, 80 

Mace. 80 

Maud Chapin, 80, 86 

Milton, 80 

Mott D.. 80 

Philip W., 79 

Sarah. 79 

Willett, 79, 80 

Willett W., 80 
Koessler, Harriet (Leiter). 11 

Horace Horton. 11 

Karl Konrad. Dr., 11 

Siegmund, 11 
Lee, Eliza Blanche (Marlow), 11 

Richard Henry, 11 

Violetta. 11 



Index 



113 



Leete, Abigail, 66 

Ann, 66, 69 

Anna, 66 

Andrew, 66 

Beniamin, 66, 69 

Caleb, 66 

Dorothy, 20 

Gratiana, 66 

John, 64, 65, 66, 68, 69 

Joshua, 66, 69 

Mary (Chittenden), 64 

Mehetable, 66, 69 

P^latiah, 66. 69 

Peregrine, 66 

Spr.h. 64 65, 66, 67, 69 

William, 6S 

William, Gov., 65 
Leonard, Delos F., 80 

Dorcas (Churchill), 83 

Henrietta Urania. 80, 87 

Luman Walter, 83 

Margaret May, 82 

Penniah Urania (Darrow), 80 

Ruth Horton, 83 

Stephen, 80 

Walter W, 83 
Lewis. Grace R., 86 

Laura, 93 
Little, J. J. & Co., 15 
Loring, Welthiann, 69 

Maker, Sarah, 68 
Mapes, Thomas, 7 
Mar.'^hal, Caroline, 95 

Harriet E., 95 

James, 95 
Marshall, Asenath, 65 

Daniel. 65 

David, 64 

Dinah, 65 

Dorothy, 64 

E., 60 

Eliakim, 64, 65, 66, 67, 69 

Elijah, 65 

EHsha, 65 

Elizabeth, 64 

Eunice, 65 

John, 64 

Lucy, 65 

Lydia, 64 

Mary, 64 

Mary (Wilton), 67 

Rachel, 65 

Rhoda, 64 

Samuel, 64, 67 

Samuel, Capt., 65 

Sarah,. 60, 61, 64, 65 

Sarah (Leete), 67 

Thomas, 64 

Tryphena, 65 



Alason, Arthur John, 11 

Harriet (Devol), 11 

Marjorie, 11 
Masters, Chester L. E., 93 
May, Dorothy, 57 
McBride, Esther Elizabeth (Case). 7<i 

James, 76 

Mary, 76 
Meigs, ^^ — , (Churchill), 27 

John, 27 

Mary, 26. 27 

Tamazin (Fry), 27 

Vincent, 27 

Miller, , 99 

Mitchell, Laura Bell, 98 

Mildrtd Whittlesey. 98 
Moody, Mary, 71 
Moonev, Agnes, 82 

John, 82 

Mary (Fox), 82 
Moore, Ellis. 101 

Henry, 97 
Morehouse, Frank. 100 
Morgan, Maria, 97 
Murray, Cora (Heffron), 11 

Cora May (Heffron). 92 

George W., 11, 92 

Louise, 92 

Robert Heffron, 11 

Nash, Annette A., 101 
Nettleton. Hannah, 26 

Samuel, 26 
Nichols, Ellen. 91 

Joseph, 91 

Louise (Handy), 91 

Olds, Bert, 102 

Park, Martha, 72 

Martha (Holgrave), 72 

William, 72 
Parker. Catharine A. (Mills). 91 

Edith, 91 

George, 91 

Lillian Charlotte, 91 

Rufus Mills, 91 

Violetta Eugenic, 91 
Patrick, Persis, 22 
Payne, Anna, 65 

Anne, 66 

John, Rev.. 66 
Pepper, Theodore. 101 
Perry, Benjamin, 39 

Call.raitli Br.urn, Rev., 40 

Deborah, 39 

Dnrras. 30 

Edward, 38. 39. 40 

Flizabeth, 39 

Hannah, 40 



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Index 



Perrv, James, 39 

John, 40 

Mary, 39 

Mary (Tucker), 44 

Meribah, 40 

Peace, 39 

Rest, 39 

Ruth, 40 

Samuel, 31, 39, 44, 46 

Sarah, 31, 39, 40 

Simeon, 39 

Stephen, 40 

Susanna, 40 

Susannah (Hazard), 31 
Petrie, Emily J., 75, 79 

Hayden J., 75 

Jeremiah, 9, 75 

Sherman L., 75 

Sophronia, 75 

Sophronia H., 78 
Peyton, Rose, 65 

Thomas, 65 
Phillip, KinR, 19, 53, 56 
Pickett, John, 26 

Margaret, 26 

Sarah, 26 
Pike, Jarvis S., 102 
Porter, Alonzo, 80 

Annette, 80 

Permelia (Stevens), 80 
Potter. Antoinette (Enos), 84 

Qarence Elisha, 82 

Delette, 87 

Edmont, 84 

Eleanor (Sheppard), 82 

Elisha. 82 

Gertrude Euphemia, 82 

T.ewis Frederick, 87 

Lucinda (Neal). 87 

Retta Barney, 87 

Sarah. 84 

Theodore, 87 

Orthello Barney, 82 

Orthello Sheppard, 82 

Rand, Dorothy (Rice), 97 

Ebenezer, 97 

Martha O., 97 
Raymond, Abigail, 14, IS 

Capt., 15 

Edward, 15 

Hannah. 15 

John. IS 

Samuel, 15 

William. 15, 16 
Raines, Clifford Jennie, 95 

Harry Walter, 95 

William Norman, 95 
Reeves, Sarah ( ), 21, 22 



Remington, Abigail, Z7 

Abigail (Richmond), 38 
Richards, Alice, 57, 58, 59, 69 

Ann, 69 
Benjamin, 69 

Hannah, 69 

James, 69 

John, 69 
Joseph, 69 

Mary, 69 

Samuel, 69 

Thomas, 58, 69 

Welthiann (Loring), 58 
Richardson, Clara, 83 

Janette (Hall), 83 

Philo, 83 
Richmond, Abigail (Davis), 38 

Edward, 38 
Robbins, Albert L., 85 

Melvina (Lowrie), 85 

Nora King, 93 

S. Ina, 85 
Rogers, Hayden Davis, 85 

Jerry, 85 

John, 85 

John Henry, 85 

Lodema (Atkins), 85 

Ray Zalman, 85 
Rollins, Alma. 85, 88 

Almeda, 85 

Austin, 85 

George, 85 

William, 85 
Roosevelt, , 43 

Theodore. 46 
Root. Grace Hurd, 95 

Herod, 83 

Hiram Eugene. 95 

Howard English, 95 

J. B., 22 

John Bowen. 94 

Laura (Hulbert). 83 

Lettie Amanda, 83 

Palmer, 94 

S. Tessie. 95 

S. M. (Truman), 94 
Rowell. Charlotte (Seeley), 76 

Beech. 76 

Zindana, 76 
Rutledge, Elizabeth Hurd, 91 

James, 91 

James Frederic. 91 

Margaret (Elliott), 91 

Winnifred Elliott, 91 

Safford, Mary Ann, 99 
Sawryer, Mr., 1(X) 
Sayres, Eliza, 97 



Index 



115 



Scherping, Charles Augustus, 87 

Karl, 87 

Margaret Gertrude. 87 

Matilda (Luke). 87 

Walter Leonard, 87 

WilHam Bundy, 87 

William Milton, 87 
Schupp, John W.. 100 
Schutt, Joanna. 42, 43 
Shear, Addie May. 85 

Anna Eliza (Thomas), 85 

Conrad L, 85 
Sheaffe. Edmund, Dr., 68 

Joanna. 68 
Sheldon. Almira E., 22, 89 

Caleb. Jr.. 89 

Rebecca (Giles), 89 
Sheriff, Martha ( ), 43 

Thomas, 43 
Sherman. David. 9, 75 

Emily M.. 75, 11 

Eugene. 75. 78 

Mary Elizabeth, 75, 78 

Samuel. 75 

Sarah, 75, 78 

Sarah (Sawyer), 75 
Shourds, Daniel Sisson, 87 

Jennie Minerva, 87 

Phoebe (Palmer), 87 
Shute. Anne, 65 

Robert, Judge, 65 
Skinner. T. J.. Capt., 15 
Smith, Adaline (Cory), 98 

Agnes May. 95 

Anna, 58 

Anne, 70 

C. C, Dr., 95 

Edmund, 98 

Edmund B.. 98 

Elizabeth (Bourne), 58 

Elizabeth (Watson), 94 

Elmer Menzo. 94 

Flores Marguerite, 94 

George, 98 

George Babcock. 98 

George Perry, 98 

J. Baxter, 95 

Jesse Edmund, 98 

John, 20, 26 

Joseph G., 98 

Levi. 98 

Mary (Babcock), 98 

Montgomery. 94 

Nehemiah. 58. 70 

Rachel, 20. 26 

Rachel Bell, 98 

Samuel, 26 

Thomas, 26 

Wallace H., 95 

Zanas Watson, 94 



Snedigar, Mabel Louise. 93 
Southworth. Alice. 57 
Spalding, Chas. Warren. 53 

Edward. 52 

Ehcnezer, 52 

Dinah, 52 

Eunice, 52. 53, 56 

Joseph. 52 

Lydia, 52, 53 

Margaret, 52 

Mary, 53 

Mercy, 52. 53 

Nathaniel. 52 

Rachel. 52. 53 

Susanna, 52 

Thomas. 52 
Spaulding. Dinnah. 47 
Stafford. Helen. 100 

Mr., 100 

Rebecca. 100 
Stahl. Mr.. 100 
Standish. Miles. 63 
Starr. Abiah. 63 

Benjamin. 63 

Comfort, 61. 62. 73 

Comfort. Dr., 62, 63 

Eleazer, 63 

Elizabeth. 61-64 

Hannah, 62. 63 

John. 62, 63, 73 

Jonathan. 63 

Tosiah. 63 

Judith. 63 

Lvdia. 63 

Martha, 63 

Mary. 60. 62. 63 

Marv (Stone). 61 

Ruth. 63 

Samuel. 62 

Sarah. 63 

Susannah. 63 

Thomas. 62 
Steele. Barret. 67 

Marv. (^1 

Mary (Brooks). 67 
Stevens. Elizabeth. 27 

John. 26. 27 

Josinh. 27 

Judith, n 

■^fary. 26-28 

N.ntbanirl, 27 

.^amucl, 21 

Thomas, 26 

William. 26. 11 
Stitzcr, Hannah Etta (Tcmplin). HO 

James, 80 

Laura. 80 
Stone. -Ann. 72 

David. 11 



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Index 



Stone, Ebenezer, IZ 

Elizabeth, 72, IZ 

Frances, 12 

John, 72, IZ 

Jonathan, IZ 

Marie, 72 

Mary, 63, IZ 

Mary (Whipple), 63 

Matthew, 1Z 

Nathaniel, 73 

Simeon, 72 

Simon, 63 

Susanna, IZ 
Strang, Elizabeth (Butler), 80 

Francis, 80 

Orville Wilmot, 80 

Wiley. 80 
Stratton, Elizabeth, 71 
Strong, Conklin, 49 

Olivia (Clark), 98 

Sarah, 98 

Timothy, 98 
Stuyvesant, Pieter, 46 
Sweazv, Richard, 8 

Eliza, 8 
Switts, Claas Jansen, 46 

Jellisje, 46 
Symond, Benj., Col., 14, 15 

Tapley, Jno., Capt., 14 
Teall, Oliver. 20 
Terrv, Mehitable, 8 

Richard, 7 
Teter, Garrette, 82 

Robert, 82 

Sarah (Wood), 82 
Thompson, Elizabeth, 71 

Phillis, 71 

William, Rev., 71 

Wm., Rev., 53 
Tiffany, , 97 

Henrietta, 97 

Sarah, 97 
Titsworth. Abel, Dr., 84 

Lucy Rebecca (Morgan), 84 

Mary, 84 
Tremaine. Flora. 11 
Tucker. Abraham, 45 

Ellen Louisa, 71 

Hannah, 45 

Henry, 39, 45 

James. 46 

John. 45 

Martha, 39, 45 

Martha , 45 

Mary, 39, 46 

Sarah, 46 
Tuthill. John, 7 
Twist, Elizabeth, 14 



Van de Bogaart, Elizabeth, 42 

Frans, 46 

Lysbet, 46 

Myndert H., 46 

Myndert Hermanse, 42, 46 
Van Derslice, Frances Luella (Dun- 
lap), 95 
Vandyke, Margaret, 90 
Van Marnix, Juliana, 42 

Rutger, 42 
Very, Bridget, 14 
Vial, Mr., 102 

Charles. 102 

Nellie, 102 
Vosburgh, Catherine, 42, 43 

Waldo, Abigail, 47, 54 

Catherine, 54 

Cornelius, 53, 55, 71 

Edward, 54 

Daniel, 53 

Deborah, 53 

Dinah, 59 

Elizabeth, 53 

John, 53, 54, 55 

Jonathan, 53 

Judith, 53 

Martha, 53 

Martha Aldula, 99 

Mary, 53 

Rebecca, 53, 54, 71 

Rebecca (Adams), 47 

Ruth, 54 

Sarah, 54 
Walker, Alexander, 91, 92 

Annie Belle, 92 

Daniel, 92 

James Alexander, 92 

Jennie Ada, 92 

Mabel Hurd, 92 

Myra Blanche, 92 

Nancy (McLaren), 92 
Waters, Aaron, 88 

Blanche, 88 

Glen L., 88 

Jane, 88 

Tennie, 88 

'Kenneth, 88 

Park, 88 
Watson, Charles H., 78 

Lloyd Raymond. 78 

Olive Elvira (Mulkins), 78 
Watts. Hugh, 83 

Ira Worden, 83 

Rachel Ann (Penny), 83 
Way, Emma Rebecca, 94 
Wells, William, 7 

Williams, 8 
Westcott. Ruth, 28 
Wheeler, Thos., Capt., 53 



Index 



117 



WTiite, Anna Persis, 93 

Hiram Eugene, 93 

Louis Mortimer, 93 

Julia Rosanna, 93 

Mary Eva, 93 

Thomas Mortimer, 92 

Walter Hamilton, 92 
Whitfield, Henry, Rev., 68 

Rev., 66 
Whipple. John, 72 

Mary, 72 

Sarah, 72 
Wicker. Augustus, 97 

Chauncey W., 97 

Emmeline (Cooley), 97 
Wiggins. Mr., 101 
Wilcox, 20. 21 

Ann, 27 

Joseph. 27 

Margaret, 27 

Mar>-, 28 

Marj' (Stevens), 21 

Samuel, 21, 28 

Samuel, Jr., 27 

William, 27 
Williams, C. Edwin, 86 

Carl Chapin, 86 

Charles Beverly, 86 

Elizabeth, 60, 72 



Williams, Isaac, 72 

Isaac, Capt., 60, 72 

John, 72 

Lawrence Edwin, 86 

Leonard John, 86 

Marjorie Frances, 86 

Martha (Park), 60 

Mary, 72 

Mary Frances (Leonard). 86 

Robert, 71 

Samuel, 72 

Stephen, 72 

Stephen W., 72 

Thomas, 72 
Williamson, Frances, 86 
Wilson, Marian, 94 
Wilton, David, Lieut., 64 

Mary, 64 
Wirt, Susan Ann, 101 
Wood, Alvah, 76 

Lovina Mary, 9, 76 

Mary (Coville), 76 

Wooley, , 41 

Worley. Cyrene, 94 

Yeardley, George, Sir, 52 
Youngs, John, Rev., 7, 14 

T. B., Hon.. 90 

"Laura C, 90 



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