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REYNOLDS HISTORICAL 
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Babcock Genealogy 



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Ttic Babcuck Gcucalui^y. 365 

Chicago we find her enrolled as I'riiicipal of the North Wells 
Street priinar)' bchouls. 'I'he exact records nf her wnrk were 
lost ill the <;reat Chicago lire. We know she lahored conscien- 
tiously, looking alter the children uiuler her care in all wa)s, 
encouraging and strenglhening younger women who langhl 
under her. We know that, although she was a stern disci- 
plinarian, this seeinetl only to make stronger the honds between 
teacher and pupil. She usually passed her vacation with a 
I sister in Milwaukee or with lier sister, Mrs. jMjhes, in the more 

« than a century-old red house near Harvard Street bridge, Oor- 

{ Chester. Mass.. which sheltered three generations of lliis fain- 

iily. She was elected Principal of the .\tlantic scIkjoIs, 
Ouincy, Mass., where, commencing about 1S87, she taught 
I four years. 

> She had an inten.sc love of music, and possessed a rare 

speaking voice, a vt)ice clear, vibrating, and sweet. .\s wc 
write the air seems again to ccIk^ this dear voice. She traveled 
cxtensi\ely in her own country: visited I'lorida. passed a 
spring in Virginia, a winter in California, and a year in Eu- 
rope. She was a deep student, especially of biology. German, 
botany, i)hilosophy. and Clerman nietai)hysics. She was never 
married, yet her love of children was almost her stnjiigest 
hold. Iler friends, her contemporaries were loyal to her, as 
she was ever loyal to them and theirs. In person Miss Bab- 
cock was very erect, tall, w itli a graceful form, carrying after 
mature age a good weight. She had fine, beautiful iiair, a 
medium shade of brown which was not touched bv age. Her 
character was unselfish, noble, and consistent. Her faith in 
the goodness c>f the Creator and in his designs never faltereil. 
On the 7th day of December, 190T. while at her home in 
Boston, she started to enter an adjoining room, but by acci- 
dent opened the door leading to the basement stairs and fell 
to the floor below, receiving injuries from which she passed 
in an instant of time from the enjoyment and fullness of life 
to the merciful unconsciousness which preceded death. Her 
strong, brave heart did its work six davs and nic^hts. during 
which time her youngest brother and his faithful wife, and a 
gentle nurse, aided by the kind i)Cop1e with whom she was 
staying, ministered to her. Old and lon^-tricd friends and 
young friends came and stood by the sirle of that stricken 
form, and held the dear, delicate hands, and t!ic manner of 
going out was merciful to her. She died Dec. i.^. loor. at 
5 p. M.. and on tlie afternoon of the following ^fonday the 
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Babcock prepared by Mrs. Annie K. Faxon, Ouincv. .NTass. 



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before her form so appropriate!)- and beaulifnlly lyinj,' sur- , 

roun(k'<l b\' flowers. ; 

She was taken to the littk- Xorfolk I'nilarian ("liapel, where 

friends had been bidden to Leather to pay the last tribute of 

affection and res|)cet to her. 'There was no sn.i4i,a'Stion of *. 

gk)om. but the rays of a l)riiL;lit sun streamed lhrou.L;h the % 

stained "lass windows. blowers rare and lo\eI\' seemed to * 

reco^-ni/e her low for them rmd awaited ht-r there. The rjfh- 

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ciatniL; miinster rea<I beaulitnl sentences dt comfort. His 

voice was a rare om-. an<l its tones vibrate now. It seemed 
symbolic that a rare \'oice should speak for her whose tones 
were an especial charm in her. ]\e\'. Charles (i. Ames offered 
prayer, and said, "We call this death in life, but it is life in v 

death," and ^a\e as a change the lesson that death should i 

teach us kindness to the hviui^'. The Rui^i^les Street quartette 
t^ave sweet vocal melody, and the selections. ".Still, still with *? 

Me." "l>ead. kin<ny IJi^ht." "Nearer, my (\<n\. to thee." and 
"1 shall see llim face to face." | 

The winter air was sharp, but we went on to the Mall Cem- 
etery, West Ouincy. Mass., where by a written re<|uest it was 
found her wish to be biuded. Upon the pictines(|ue hills of 
her early home, b\- the side of the ic^raxe of her belo\ed grand- 
mother, the last rites ended, and the beyond, for which her 
good life had fitted her, was a part of her, and a memory that 
will never fade is ours. * 



890. RoRERT GiLMORi:'' P>.\i?cocK, son of Robert Gilmore ^ 
and Lucy (Blackman) Babcock (John, Timothy, i 

James, James. John, James), b. Ouincy, ^fass.. Jmie 27. 1838; ', 
res. 190.^, Newport, R. T. ; m. ]\\uq 8. 1881. Lizzie, dau. of 

Henry IT. and Sarah C. (Sharp) "^^-)unilf. He served in the . 

Civil War in Company C, 2rst Coimecticut. } 

Children, first two b. S. Boston, j\Lass., the others in \ 

Newport: . \ 

Edith "N'oiimi. b. Dec. it. 1881. Is a tc.iclicr in the pulilic schools j 

of Newport. i 

Ethel Gilmore. I). Xov. 25. 1S83. . .^ 

T.izzie Sli.irp. ti. Xov. .4. iSS^. | 

RoIktI r.ilmore. h. May ^. 1SS7. ; 

Henry Hatch. I). July 25. 1889. « 

891. Axr.i:i.iM-.'^ B.micock. dau. of Daniel and Harriet 
(Pa^i^e) Babcock (James. Timothy, James. James, John, 



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laincs), b. Dec. i<), ib5ji ; d. ; 111. June jy, 1S4J, Jolin I', llib- 
? bard, b. J)c'C. U, iiSjo, dcccascil. '1 ln.'\ were b';lb oi Alexan- 

f dna, X. ^■. 

\ Children, b. .\Ie.\an(b.ia (all d. except John) : 



? KnioKtiic, 1). M;ir. .^1, 18^5. 

{ ' Clarissa A., b. I'cl). 14, 1K47. 

J Cliiirlcs \V., h. July 6. 1S50. 

I Ahninii. 1.. Oct. (), iX-,^. 

\ Joliii r.,' 1». Apr. S, 1S55; m. :\ui\. 15. 1K76. Mary A. Conlcy, b. 

I Au(.;. ^1, iS'^j. riiiv rr>. loo^ Syracuse, N. V. ChiMrcii, h. 

i Syraiii.c: (. liarlr- H'.'" I.. July .j. 1S77; Joiiii IV. b. Jan. 0. l'-'-^j; 

I ■ JaiiKs ]•'.. li, JuiK- 5. iSNj; IniR- l-"., \>. July 17, 1X^)4. 

' Daiiii-1 H., I). i\nv. 17. 1S57. 

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i 892. 'J'jiANKFri.'^ )*).\i:(()(K. dan. of ])anie] ami Harriet 

i(Pa^c) I'abenek (James, I'inn'thy, Jame.s, James, Jolin, 
James), b. Alexandria. X. \'., IX'C. Jij, J823; 'd. Jan. 3, 18S6; 
1 111. Oct. T). iN.|i, Winiain Henry Curtis, of I.owcll, Mass., b. 

I Jan. ]C\ iSiy. d. Jan. J4, i<*^75. 

5 Children : 

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^ Ilairict. b. Die. 14, 184-' ; rt s. 1902, Oiualia, Neb.; m. Tlionias 

/ ILnriirh. 

i 1422 Koxana.' b. .Npr. 12. 1815: 111. Cbrisldpbcr C. Cbiclicslcr. 

.* DniiicI li.. b. AK'-xandi la, I-\l). 12, 1S49; d. Fairfa.x, \'a.. Oct. il, 

[ i860. 

I Edwin F.. 1). Nov. 7. 1852; 111. Mar. 5. 1885. Bar!)ara Tliumpson. 

i Had one cliiUi, Ira E., 1). Stpt. I, l8(X5. 

f 1423 Ea Mott, b. M.iy 9, 1855: 111. Jennie I-". Ehiicr. 

\ Eillic A.," b. Jan. 26. i8:;(); in. June 18. 1884, George IT. llebner; 

(res. Redwood. N. V. Child : Ida."' b. Sept. 25. 18S.,. 
Daniel H.. b. Nov. i. 1861. in Fairfax Cfiuntv. \'a. ; in. Oct. 19, 
1887, Nellie A. Bander, of Kedw.H.d. No children. 
William Iv. b. May 14. 1864; d. Auu. 0. 187C). 
Elmer C." b. Feb. 8. 1868: m. Slaqgie L. McLellan. Had one. 

child, Erna.'" 
Charles, b. Jan. 20. 1871 ; ni. Feb. 6. 18.S9. Mablc E. Sayles. Has 
one son, Charles, b. Aug. 10, 1902. 

893. Sar.mi Budlong^ Holmes, dau. of William and Polly 
(P>al)C()ck) Holmes (James. Timothy, James. James, 
John, James), b. .Alexandria, X. Y., Sept. 13, 1826; m. June 
15, 1854. John Piurdick. 
Children : 

Jenny, b. .'\li xandria. Tan. 31. 1855: m. Wilson Ebbie. 
Polly, b. l-\b. 21. i8tio; m. Brailiey Window. 

895. M.VRV F,MZ.\^ TToi..\iFS, dan. of William and Polly 

(P>al)e()ck) Holmes CJames. Timothv. James, James. 

John, Jnmes). b. Alexandria. X. \'.. Se|)t. i ;. 18^ t ; res. if)Oj, 

'Utica,"X. v.; m. Ple.ssis, X. Y., Mar. 17, 1857. Daniel b:bblie. 



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Children : • j i 

Malton V.., (Irowiinl m-nr Redwood, X. V.; Josephine, dccciiscd ; J 

llfiuiclt.i, dici;is(.d. j 

Ella, I). ; ris. 1902, I'lica. N. \.; m. William .Mcii)t(>>ii, uh,. 1 

was soldier in the Civil War. j 

898. N.vN'cv J.A.vi:'^ liAi-.coi k. dau. of Rhodes Rcc-d aii.l ! j 
Melissa (Tlinrn) i'ahci'ck ( janieh, 'J'iniolhy, JanRs. : 

James. John. James), h. Alexandria. X. \ ., Sept. K), 1S33: d. ] 

Luce, Minn., .Mar. .;, 1S9S; m. ( 1 ) Ale.xandria. iX.|S, .\nf(us- ^ 

tus Caprins; m. (j) .\le.\andiia. Xov. 15. iSho. Willi.am Mc- j 

Grann. In i8S_' the family removed to Liiec, iMinn. i 

Children by first hnshand. h. .Alexandria: « 1 

Hiram W., h. .Sept. 4. 1849; 'I- July 22, 1S50. 

Armena, h. Teh. 5, iS=;3; d. 1S5;. ^ 1 

Clara, h. July 5. 1S55I d. 185s" " . I 

1424 Almira W.,' h. Se])!. S. 1S57 ; m. lulwiii S. Rogers. j 

Children by second marriage, b Alexandria: » I 

Klleii," It. .Aug-., l8^)i ; m. Redwood, N. V.. Nov.. 1.S79. Lewis Albert- \ 

son. Children: Willie,'"' h. Sept. 23, i.SKo. d. Dec. 27. iSSo; Oris F.. * q 

b. May 24, iS,S,^ ; I'Vaiuis B., b.' Sept. 10, 1K.S5; John L.. b. ; 

Nov. 3, 1S87: .Addison, b. \\\s^. 14. \^tS- 1 

Mary V..." b. Oct. 25. iSt)2; ni. I.iue, .Minn., Oct. 10. l8Sf), Dennis 

S. Dnrkins, b. War^aw, England, Mar. ig, liMiV Children: ' : 

Howard W.,"' b. Oct. 22, 1SS7, d. Dec. 7, iS</.; ^ Jes.se M.. b. ; 

Scf)t. 4. 1.S90; I'Vancis I., b. May 28, 1898; Helen .M., b. Ang. 23, ' 

1902. i t 

Florence,' b. May 21, 1864; m. Fargo. S. D.. .Aug. 11, 1897, William '*■ ', 

Day; res. 1902. 42^ Tavlor St., Portland, Ore. No children. , ' 

William R.," b. .May 17, l8()6; m. Perham. .Minn.. Nov. 8. 1887. 

Agnes . Children: John .A.,'" b. Sept. 28. i88,S: I'reston. b. * 

Nov. 8, 1891 ; George T.. b. Nov. 5. iS<^3 ; Ethel M., b. July n. 
1896; Jane E., b. June 4. 1S98; Florence A., b. Sept. i, 1900. 

John v.," b. June 28. 1868; m. Jan. 30. 1893. Laura Rossmun^on. , 

They have two children: Arloine,'" b. 1894, and Lcnorc, b. 1896. . 

Charles," b. .Apr. 17, 1S73. ' I i 

Joseph, b. July 29, 1876. 

899. Jamhs Richard^ Babcock. son of Rhodes Reed and i. 

Melissa (Thorn) l>al)cock f James. Timothv. James. 
James. Joiin. James), b. Alexandria. X. Y., Sept. 17, 18,^5; 
res. 1902. Clayton. X. Y. : m. (i) Theresa. X. V.. Jan. 17. , 

1862, Lucretia F. Evans, d. Clayton. May. 189:;; m. ('2) Oct., 
1900, Josephine T.uthers. Tie is a farmer and conducts the 
Clayton Cheese h'actory. * 

Cliildren : 

Dealton E., b. Sept. 2,^. 18^12. ! 

Alice S., b. Sept. 20. 186?; m. Charles Svlve<ter. 1 

Rhodes J., b. Oct. 7, i8('i4: d. M.iy 3. 18^,7. • | 

Lula M.. b. Sept. 20. i8(>8: m. Fiber .Myers. ' ! 

Sarah P., b. T:in. 25. 1870; m. Cirorge Wheeler. ' 
Jennie M., b. Mar. 31, 1874; m. William Snyder. 



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900. Joiix 1\ Monies^ Haih'ock, sdh of RIkxIcs Ivccd and 
Melissa ('riioni) J»ahc<Kk ( i:mics, 'I'iniolhy, James, 

James, John, James), h. Alexandria, X. V., (Jet. 26, i<\^7; res. 
1902, JX'panville, X. ^'. ; m. 'I'heresa, N. Y., Feb. 28, 1862, 
Mary /\nn Loan, lie owned :i\v\ operated se\'eral lar^e cheese 
maiuifactories in jelterson and .St. J^awrence Counties. 
ChiUh'en, b. Ak'.\an<hia : 

Mary I'.li/.ilntli, Ii. Apr, o. iSf,-; m. I'r.ink I).\ tuilnrf. 
Lydi.i X'iol.i, h. Mar. i, 1.S7.S; m. l^d^ar \'. Mount. 

901. P.KTSV C.\roi.in'k'^ P.Aiicot k, dan. of ]\hodes Reed and 
Mehssa ('riii>rn) 15abcock (James, 'limothy, James, 

James. John. James), b. Ale.\an«hia. X. ^^, Abiy ^, 18.40; res. 
1902, Clio. .Mich.; m. (i) Redwood, X. V., JJ)ec. 25, 1865, 
Ledsm.ar Randel. d. La ]'\)iL;eville. X. V., Sept., 1883; m. 
(2) Clit), Mich.. Georj;e Banlcii. 
Child by Inst man'ias^e: 

Lillic Melissa, 1). Dec. i.l, uS(^S ; in. Cliarlcs llurd. 

902. William Reed'' i;*)Ar.cocK. son (,f Rhodes l^eed and 
Melissa (Thorn) IJabcock (James, Timothv. James. 

James, John. James), b. Alexandria, X. V.. A))]-. 23, 
1842; m. (i) Os\vc.l;-o, X. v., Oct. 7. i8r.[. Julia Johnson, d. 
Dec. 7, 189 V. m- (^) Nov., 1900, l\)lly Hill. P>utii res. at 
Clayton. N. Y. 

Chikl by first marriage: 

Fred Erwin, b. June 2, 1867; d. Apr. 9, 1883. 

903. Jo.SKPii TIiLL*^ Bahcock. .son of Rhodes Reed and Me- 
lissa (Thorn) Bahcock (James. Timothy. James, 

James, John. James), b. Alexandria, X. Y., Mav 14, 
1847; res. 1902, Alexandria; m. May 8, 1879, Martha J. 
Dollini^s. b. Alexandria, Dec. 17, 1863. He is a farmer. 
Children: 

Jessie, h. Dec. 24. 1880. ""'' 

James l^.'. 1). ,\pr. 21, 18S2. • ■' . 

Ray }•:., b. \\\^. 2^. 1S83. ' • 

Freddie E.. b. May 11. 1886: d. Nov. 22. 1887. 

Pearl, b. Deo. tq. i89l 

Florence, b. Jan. 15. i8<j2. 

Harold, b. Aiip. 13, 1895. 

904. Damkl Franklin^ IjAhcock. son of Rhodes Reed and 
Melissa (Thorn) Babcock (James. Timothv. Tames. 

James. John. James), b. Alexandria. X'. Y., Sept. '30." 1849; 
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111. 1 Missis, X. v., Jiil\ 4, 1870, Annie S. Dickcv. He owned • 

and oi)cr;ilc'(l sc\cral cIk-csl' niannf.irlorics in JcHcrson and 
I Si. Lawrence Couniies, and is still (J902) at the business, near •: 

Hammond, X. \'. 
Children: 

klicxK-s HhkIi, 1>. M.iv, 1K7.'; m. Maud Rccd. l 

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Melissa (Thorn) Jiahcock (James. Timothy. James, \ ' 

James, John. James), h. Alexandria. .\. \ ., Jan. 25, 185^); m. * ' 

Alexandria. Jan. \.\, iS(S5. l^dward 1)., son of Delos and So- ♦ • 

' phronia (Curtis) Herriek, b. Tiieresa, X. Y., Dee. 30, 1861. j 

He is a farmer, resiilin<; about si.\ miles from Alexandria Bay . j 

and si.\ miles from Ivedwood, X. ^'. f { 

Children, 1). Alexandria : J 

Edna L., b. Jau. -X. 1887. 

Millie S., b. ])cc. 16. 1888. ( { 

Arloinc, b. May g. i8<;i. 

I.illic M.. 1). Nov. 24, 1893; il. July ig, 1S99. 

Iva B., 1). \\n. 27, igo3. 

906. MoRRLs'^ B.M!C()C'K, SOU of Jonathan and Mary (Clark) 
Babcock (Jonathan. Xathan, Samuel, James. John. \ 

James), b. Brookfield. N. Y., A\\^. i.^, 1820; d. Leon, N. Y'.. \ 

Nov. 12, 1898; m. Leonardsville, X. Y'., Feb. 25, 1840. Eliza- * 

beth, dau. of Xathan and Eunice (Crandall) Brand, b. May \ 
2y, 1819. d. Little X'allev. Feb. 26, 1895. Settled at Leon, 

N. Y. ' I 

Children, b. Leonardsville : | 

Alfred, b. Dec. 30, 1841 ; res. igoj, Leon. N. Y. ; unm. 

Oiarles F..* b. Leonardsville. Sept. 28. 1S44; res. 1002. Cattaraugus. 
N. Y. ; ni. Ciowanda. N. Y.. Feb. jo. 1875. Malinda. dan. of Caleb 
and Rlioda ( Smith') Tarbo.x. b. 1853. d. CattarauRUS. i8<i3. Chil- 
dren, h. at Carr<^lton. N. Y. : Fred L..'" b. .Aug. 6. 1876; res. 
igoj. Cattaraugus; Charles V... b. Sept. 8, 1885. 

William Morris." b. Leonardsville. May II. 1846; res. IQ02. Cat- 

taraucus ; m. Leon. N. Y.. Mar. 23, 1873. Lois C. dau. of Charles ' 

and Polly Kysor. b. Leon. I")ec. il. 1846. Children, b. Leon: 
Essie E.. 1). Nov. II. 1870: Leo .\.. b. Feb. 25. 1882; Charles D.. 
b. Apr. 2. i88>. 

E. Eunice." b. l-\'l). g. 1848; d. Cattar.uipus. June 12. 1898; m. 
Cl.'irendon Day. 

David, b. M.iy 2. 1850; res. u)02. at 050 Picdford .\ve . Brooklyn, 
N. Y. ; m. Xiihol-on. Mar. 8. i8<;<). F.unice. dau. of L. IL Ste- 
phens, b. May 8. iS.;8. No childr.n. < 

Susan, b. Feb. 6. 18^2; res. ii)oj. Little \'alley, N. Y. ; m. T,eon, 
N. 'S'.. Sent. 18. 1878, .Mmon Stinben^. 

Samuel, b. .\pr. 17, 1854; d. Leon. N. Y.. Nov. 13. i8/')2. 



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{ Mary L., h. Oct. 10. iR5''i; ni. Mar. 6. 1X7K. luiiory Shanium. 

i, ■ C. C." b. lA<.iiar(|'-\ ill-'. Die. 2^, i.S5(^; ris. i(>tjj, I. con. X. Y . , m. 
Indian l-'alU, N. \'.. l-'cb. 16. iS<ji, Amelia, dan. of Jolin and 
Joanna (Itruincr) Kulir. Ii. Iniiian I'all-. N<>v. jo. iHt<(j. Chil- 
dren, I>. Morj^iantovvn. W. \'a., and l.con: Harry A.,'" b. Dec. 10. 
l8gi ; J<>sci)b M., 1>. .\l.ir. 9, |S<;.5; SanincI D., b. Dec. 15. 1896; 
Elizabeth J., 1). .May 1, i.S<>j. 

I 907. M AKv'^ 1'..\i;l-()CK, dan. of Joiiatliaii and Mary fClark) 

I iJahcock (Jonathan. Xallian. Sanincl. James, lolni, . 

j JaiiK-s), 1). riaintk'ld. X. Y., Jan. 3. iS*^: d. I.conai(U\ ille, 

j N. v., Doc. If), \i)()n: ni. l.c-onardsvillo. May 16. 1*^47, Milton 

1 W. St. John. h. rhnnfR-ld. An- 7. i8j.i, d. W'esti-rly, R. I., 

; June 28, 1876. 
Chil.hvn: 

John M., 1). IMaiiifuld, Mav is, 1S4S; d. I A-nnardsville. Mar. -o, 

1850. 
Mary Matild.i. I). IM.iiiiru-lil, June 4. iS.-,o; ni. I.conarchvillc, .Mln-rt 
- - N. Cr.-mdall, b. HrcK.kCuld. N. \. TIkv res. i<x)_', at 27 l-Jni St.. 

Westerly. R. I. " { 

Dc Valoi.^e, b. Leonardsville. Mar. _•(). 1852; res. i(X)2. I'iainficld, ', 

N. J.; m. Leonardsvdlc. Feb. 4. iSSj, Alice M. Crandall. ; 

William I'"lijah, b. Lconardsviile, Aiip. 15, iSCi.}; res. 190J, Leon- ' 

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908. Ki.i/A Axx^ ]'>.\n({)CK'. dan. of Ch.irlcs and Martlia i 
(Gar(hicr) I'abcock (Charles. Xathan. Sanuicl. fames. 

John, James), b. Oct. 8. 1817: d. White.sboiongh, .Ani;. 8, [ 
1882; m. An<;-. 2. 1842. Francis .\. Utter. i 

Children : ! 

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Ann Eii/a. b. >ray 31. iS.y. ! 

Francis A., b. Sept. 27. 1S56. ' | 

909. Klish.v Garixxkr" P..\ncocK. son of Charles and Mar- 
tha (Gardner) Babcock (Charles. Xathan. Samuel. 

James, John. James). 1). Brookfield. X. ^'.. Ai)r. 23. i8ro; d. 
Sajrinaw. Mich.. July 2H, 1889: m. Oxford. X. V.. Sept. i. 
1840. Jane C. dau. of Henry and Katherine (Pendleton) 
Clarke, b. Brookfield. Jan. 18. 18 18, d. Sai^nnaw. .\pr. 6. 1890. 
He was a real estate ay"ent : I 

• • Children : , , ' 

Gara J.* b. Oxf.-rd. X. V.. Deo. 10. 1842: H. lltica. N. Y.. Mar. 
2Q, J87f); ni. Onarc;a, III., Feb. 2. iSC;. Solon X. Corkinsham. 
Children, b. Uiica : .Mary. b. Jan. 17. i8<')8, d. vonnp; Mari-n.'" b. 
Aug. 2, \f^<q: Frank, b. Oct.. 1871, d. vonng;" Margaret, b. 1872, 
res. IQO-'. Hi)stnn. 
,,.,. J. Amanda L..' b. Rrookficld. Jnlv 20. 1848; res. .Scarsport. Nfe. : m. 

CbicaK'". III.. June 17. i8''»), I'rank Cnrlis. Children, b S,i(,'ina\v : 
Frank i:.,'" b. Mar. i,v 1.^72. and Tanc C. b. Mar. _«'), i8Sj. 
1425 Kate Fli/a.° b. Jnne 21. 1854: m. i-.zra G. Rnst. 
, 1 Kindrick, b. Lconard.sville. .\. Y., Jan. 19. 18^6; d. Onarea. Xov. 

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910. Horacl:** IJaijcock, son of Charles an<l Martliri (Gard- 
ner) liahcock ( (liarlcs, Xalliaii, Samuel, jamo, Jolm, 

James), h. r.rooklkl.l. X. V.. Sept. 13. i8_'i ; d. ()llarl,^a. 111., 
July 9, iSSO; in. Oxford, X. ^'., Sept. Hj, 1845, Sarah M., 
dau. of Ilcnrv and I'^nniy (Cord) Dc Show, b. Trcslon, 
N. v.; res. 190J, Onarga. 
Children : 

Charli-s lluracc, h. Oct. 3, if<4^'; «1- OnarKa, 1S57. 
1426 Manila," lj. 1\1). I. 1X.48; in. Lcc C. Brown. 

Harriet I-".," 1). Onar^a, .\uv,. _'o. i.S(>C); rts. Kankakee, 111.; in. (ij 
Feb. .'iS, 1.S81, l.onis, son of James and ICli/.a lAnisoii I'.alihvin. 
b. OiiarKa. <I. On.-uKa, Sept. 2.v i.^Ji ; ni. ( _' ) On.irKa, Mar. 6, 
1894, Joseph !•:. Smith. Clnld : Lucia," b. Jan. 5. iK-Sj. 

911. IJ.A.MDKX R.\.\i)()i-iMi*^ ]).\i!Cot:K. SOU of Jonathan and 
Caroline ( ChesebrouL^h ) T.abcock (Charles, Xalhan. 

Samuel, James, John. James). 1). Ih-o(jklield. X. V., July 8, 
1835; res. llamillon. X. Y. ; m. X. J-)rookrield, lJ)ec. 2, 1857, 
Adelia D., dau. of ICleaser and Lois { Kino-slc}) Lkebc, b. 
N. Brookfield, X. \ ., I'eb. 4, 1837; res. Hamilton. 
Children, b. Ijiooklield : 

Dolph Lionel,' I). .Knpr. 10. 1859; res. 1902. AIl)ion. Wis.; m. Al- 
bion, Nov. I, 1S81. .NIarllia j.. dau. of Jacob and Josephine ( I'ur- 
dick) LaiiRwortliv. b. Albion, Apr. 6. 1S58. Ciiild : Harold 
H..'- b. Nov. 14. iS«_'. 

Nettie L.," I). Aug. 10. 1859; res. 1902. .Xttica, N. Y. ; in. Ham- 
ilton. N. Y.. Dec. 2y, 1883. .Xrtluir .\L. son of Riley and Lucy 
(Maine) Preston, b. Lincklacn. N. Y., Feb. 22. 1853. Child: 
Elsie.'" b. Jan.. 1887. 

Lois Caroline." b. Oct. 12. 1S69: res. if)02. Hamilton: in. Hamil- 
ton, July I. 1890. William F.. son of IL and Rosiiia ( Pope) Lang- 
worthy, b. W. Kdmcston. N. Y.. >Lay 4. 1864. Children : Caro- 
line.'" b. .Apr. 4, 189 1 ; .\Lirgaret. b. Oct. 21, 1892. 

912. Herbert E.^ B.\bcock. son of Samuel and Almyra 

(Burdick) Bal)cock (Charles, X\athan. Samuel. James, 
John, James), b. Brookficld. X. V., Sept. 28, 1833; res. kjoj. 
Laton, Cal. ; m. Burtville. l\-i.. June 21, 1874. Lua E.. dau. of 
Benjamin Card. b. Burtville. Feb. 3. 1852. 

Herbert E. Babcock q;raduatcd at .Alfred University in 
1869, takin.o- the detrree oi B.achelor of .\rts. and in i^yz re- 
ceived the de|n;ree of A.M. He was ordained to the ministry 
at Adams Center. X'. "S". In i8r)C)-7o he was Missionary Pas- 
tor of the S. 1^. B. Church at Woodville. R. I., and 1870-3 
occupied the same positifMi for the church at flebron. l^a. ; 
1874-6 was pastor of the church at .\lden, Minn.: 1878-00 
acted as Home Missionary f<^r Xcbraska and Kansas. Dur- 
ing' ln"s work he ori:!^anizcd churches :it Hebron. Ivoulelte, and 



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Oswego, Pa., Orleans an.l W'almU ( rctk, Xeh.. Adcll and 
Friend, Kan. 
Children : 

Herbert V.., Jr.. h. Apr. ^o. ^^Ih) res. ujo2, M(Miica. III.; in. Glass- 
ford, 111., Nellie O. Waison. 

Loui.s:i l':ivira. h. AUleii, .AuR. -M. '^76; m. Friend. Kan., Mar. 28, 
lS<;7, Malilun K. I'iekrell; res. I</)-'. I'reMio, Cal. 

Edwin Aiiluir. !>. .Mar. i_', i.^So. al Orleans, Xtl.. ; res. ujoi, Scott. 
Kan. 

Edna AIniyra, I). Mar. \2, 18.S0; res. 190.'. Lalon. Cal 

Nina Belle, h. Orleans, Apr. 17, 18SO; d. NorlonvilK'. Kan.. Nov. 2K, 

.1899. 

913. SoiMiKOMA P.urdick'' Bahcock. dan. of Sanuicl and 
Alniyra (liurdick) lialjcock (Cli.-nles, Xallian, Samuel, 

James. John. Jame.s), h. .Xdams. X. V.. June _'<;. \^},7 \ d. 
Albion. Wis.. Xov. lo. iS^)f): m. Adams. Mar. u. iS(')0. Oli- 
ver, son of I'ardon Davis, b. llopkintcjii, \i. I.; res. i<;02, 
Norton ville. Kan. 
Child: 

Lillian, h. ; d. 188.3. 

914. OsM.vx W'lx.si.ow^ Pai'.cock. son of Samuel and Al- 
niyra (I'.urdick) BrdKock (Charles. Xalhan. Samuel. 

James. John. James), b. Adams. X. Y.. Dec. 30. 1839: res. 
1902. Nortonville. Kan.; m. Xile, X. V., Xov. 8. 186^). Har- 
riet A., dau. of Samuel and Hannah (Potter) Landpherc, b. 
Alfred. X. v.. Jan. 10. 1841, d. Oct. 31, 1902. 
Child (adopted) : 

Maude Culver, h. Nortonville, Jan. 24. 1880: res. 1902, Nortonville. 

915. CoRNF.iJ.\'' Pabcock. dau. of Samuel and Almyra 

(Burdick) Pabcock (Charles. Xathan. Samuel. James. 
John, James), b. Adams Center, X. V.. Jan. 18, 18.44; res. 
1902, Edelstein. PL; m. Adams Center. June 29. 1863. John 
G., son of Joseph and C(^nlent (Potter) Spicer, b. Hojjkin- 
ton. R. P. Jan. 14. 1839. 
Children : 

Minnie, b. Lawn Ridpe. 111.. May 22. 1869; d. Edelstein. Aug. 17, 

t8c);. 
Clara .Ainiyrn. b. W. llalloek (now Edelstein). Sept. 26. 1873; d. 

lulelstein. I\b. 2V 187^. 
Clarence. W..* b. W. Hallock. 111.. Nov. .10. 1875: ni. Alfred. Dec. i. 

1896 .\nna O.. dau. of lames R. and Sarah (Burdick) Burdick. 

b. IK- Ruvter. N. V.. Oec. 8. 1873, Child: Harold Willis,'" b. 

Edelstein. Oct. 12. 1807. 
Ernest S.. b. Edelstein. June 27. 1877; d. July 15, i8.<V). 






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916. Mai.onk S.*" Baucock, sou of Samuel and Almyra 

(Jiurclick) I'.aljctKk (Charles, Nathan, Samuel, Jauies, 
John, James), h. Adams Center. X. V., June i6, 1849; i"<-'S. 
1903, Xortonviile. Kan.; m. liuund.sficld, X. Y., iJee. 28, 
1869, Amy, dan. of WilHam 13. and Elvira (Benjamin) Green, 

b. lloundslield, Oct. 22, . 

Children : 

Orcstcr M., 1). Nov. 21. 1H70; rc<^. kk)-'. Atcliiiisoii, Kaii. 
Klurcncc A., I). Apr. 9. 1S74; rcs. i(/>_>. 170 N. .M.iin St., Concord. 

N. H.; in. l^oston, Mass., June _'5. i'^X>. J. W. (ionc. 
Dr. KaljWi \V., I). .Apr. 10. 1S75. Is a <kiitist. 1903. at 1./) \V. iiOih 

St., New ^■c)rk : 111. i<jo,^ .MnricI l\.>j.;iis 
Shcllon G.. 1). Oct. ij, 1S.S0; ic>. 1(^)3, Alfred, N. V. 
Harry M., h. Wh. i, iS'v(3. 

917. Noint.w A.\i)Ki:\v'^ B.micock. son of Andrew and 
Orilla (Bailey) P.alKock (Charles. Xathan. Samuel 

James, John. James), h. Brooklield. X. ^^. .Apr. 17, i.Sy ; res. 
1902, Kankakee. 111.; m. W. Winficid. X. \ ., \\v^. 26, 1849, 
Emot;ene. d.iii. of .\meriiiis and hjuo^ene P)ardeen, b. \V. 
Winfield, d. Kankakee. Oct. 28. \'^(a). He was a farmer, and 
conducts a livery business. 
Children : 

Flora Ella, h. W. Winficid, Nov. 29. 1S5.3; d. Kankakee, Dec. 2, 

1893; ni. Kankakee, iK8r, Frederick Tupper. 
Norman A., I). Irwin, 111.. i8so: d. Kankakee. Dec. 14. 1S66 
1427 lunl H." b. Dec. 2.S. xSi^o; m. Gertrude .McCoy. 

Blanche O., h. Kankakee. Dec. 22. i.S<)7: res. 1902, Chicago, 111.; 

111. Kankakee, Mar. 27. 1S85. John Malloy. 

918. Florence Orili,.\« Bahcock. dau. of Andrew and 
Orilla (Bailey) Ikihcock (Charles. Xathan. Samuel, 

James, Jolm. James), b. P.rookheld. X. ^'.. Apr. 10. 1852; 
res. 1901. W. "W'intiekl. X. A'.; m. W. W'intleld. :Mav C\ 1879. 
Herbert 11.. .son of FJijah and Lydia (Strait) \\'ilc(..\. b. Ce- 
darville, X. V.. Nov. 2^. 18^2. 
. Children, b. W. Winfield T 



Fannie R.. h. Dec. 30. 1S80; d. Mar. 30. i!^S_>. 

F. Elmer, h. Feb. 21. 18S9; res. 1901, \v. Winfield. 



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Emiu'.s W'."^ Bap.cock. son of Henry and Temi)erance 
(Burdick) Babcock (Charles. Xathan. Samuel, fames. 

John. James), b. Brooklield. X. V.. Jan. 9. i8.:;5; res.' i(;oi. 

\A.\}, B.ush Street. Los .Anqeles. Cal". : m. La Crosse. Wis.. 

Auir. 26. 1861. Marie E... dau. of Samuel and Susan (Allen) 

Brown, b. Cincinnati, O.. June 30. 1839. 



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Cliildrt-n, D. l-M-vrt.m, Wis. : 

William E., b Apr. -'S, iS^W, res. i<X)i. ChicaRo. III.; m. EdRor- 
U>n, Wis , Aiiga, dau. of Jaincs and Callicrinc Ham, 1). l-.<!ycrion, 
Nov. 7, i8(j2. No cliililrcii. 

Bertha L.. I). Dec. _'8, iK<)S; res. 1901, Los AiiRclcs. 
. . Clarence 11.," b. I'eb. Z2, iStiX; res. l<)0_'. l-'.dk'erlon ; m. KdKerton, 
June 30 iSc;(>. Eli/al>elh Ann, dau. of Kicliard Trevorrab, b. 
Moiri.s riains, N. J., Dec. X. 1S75. Cliildren : Marie,'" b. Los 
Angeles. July ^. iS<)7 ; Dorotby. 1). E(lj,'erton, KeJ). i, l<X)2. 

Jolm 1., I). Oci. 1'6, 1870, d. lulKerton. May 3'. »^Ji- 

Cbaile.s I'., 1). Dec. 18, 1874, d. Cedar Falls, la., Nov. 5. 1878. 

F-arnest H., I). July 10. 1879. 

IL-irold, b. Jan. 24, i88->. 

920. Henkv Di: Lo.s'* Baijcock, son of Ilciirv nii'l Tcinpor- 
aiicc (Bmdick) Bahcock (Chailcs. Xailian. Samuel, 

James, Jolm, James), b, BrookficUl, X. ^■.. Au.lt- 3<^- ''\v ; 
res. 190*1, Noitonvillc, Kan.; m. llchion. Pa., I'V-b. 2J. i8C)3, 
Sarah E., dau. of Foster and Fanny (l'(jtter) Reynolds, h. 
Hcl)ron. Dec. i6, 18:57. 
Child: 

Varena Belle, b. W. llallock. 111., June 12, 1873; <!• Norlonvillc, 
Dec. 31, 1886. 

921. Dr. LoRKNK F.''* B.\!;cock, dau. <>f Henry and Temper- 

ance (Burdick) Bahcock (Charles, Nathan, Samuel, 
James. John, James), h. Ih-ookfield, N. Y.. r^Iay 24. 1841 ; res. 
1901. at 805 Loi^^an Avenue, San Die;;(», Cal. ; m. Alhion, 
Wis.. Dec. 22, 1863. Irvino- F.. .son of John and Mary (Fuller) 
Winnek, b. lM)rt Covini^ton. X. V.. Mar. 3. 1838. 

Lorene BaJKock is a ir^aduate from Milton Collej.,^', Wis., 
and a ^^raduate fr(Mn the State Medical College of Iowa. 

Children : 

Grace, b. Portsmoutli. Va.. July 25. 186=;: d. younR. 

Charles L." b. Nashua. Li.. Aur. 22. 1867; res. 1902. Princvdle. O. ; 

m. Antwerp. Ore.. Oct. 2. 1889. .Anna L. . Children : Ix)rene 

E..'° b. Dec. 19. 1893; Irvinp:. b. Oct. 19. 1900. d. younp. 
Mary L.. b. Osace. Li.. Jan. 10. 1874; d. Mar. 28. 1875. 
Eniilus v.. b. O-^agc. May 20. i87(): re^. 1901. San Diego, Cal. Is 

a lawyer, and an officer in the State Naval Militia. 
Ruth. b. Osage. July 9. 1880; res. iqoi, San Diego. Is a normal 

student and teacher. 

922. Fk.xncks D.'' B.mscock. dau. of TTenry and Temper- 
ance (TUu-(lick) r.ahcock (Charles. Xathan. Samuel. 

James. John. James), h. B.nx .k field. X. \'.. June 4. 1852; res. 
1901. .\lhi«in. Wis.; m. .\lhion. l'\'h. 7. 1884. Xathan. son of 
Asa and Fmilv (Ford) Kelley. b. Milton, W. \'a., Jan. 21, 



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Child: * , ■ . 

Hciiry A., b. June 6, 1H87. 

923. C'liAKi.i'S Ikninc.'' PiMicock. son of Klcry and Fanny 

(lUn-dick) i;al)CocU (Cliarlcs, Xallian, Sanuicl, James, 
John, lames), h. Rock Piairic, Wis.. May 11, 1850; res. Kjoi, 
Alhioii, Wis.; m. Sparla. Wis., Nov. II, 1S73, Clary J., dan. 
of Thomas and h'annv ( iluni^erford) Wilcox, b. An<;e!(j, 
Wis., Fcl). 26, 1856. 

Children, b. and reside in Albion: 

Lillian M:iv, I.. Oct. iS, 1874. 
Charles Hciiiy, 1). July 24, 1876. 
Grace K., h. Dec. 14, iSyij. 
Frederick I., I). Apr. _'u, 1889. 

924. C)ULKTT.\ S."* n.M5C()CK, dan. of Albert and Soj)hronia 
O. (Greene) llabcoek (Charles. Xalhan, Samnel, James, 

John. James), b. Brooklield, N. Y.. July 18, [849; res. n;oi, 
Norlh'Loup, Neb.: m. North Loup, Mar. 4. 1869. Orvill S.. 
son of Samnel AI. Potter, b. Watertown. X. Y.. Sept. 19, 1847. 
Chiklren, b. Adams Center, N. Y. : 

Miiuiic. I). Jan. 20. 1870; d. Apr. 6. 1880. 
Mary ()., b. Oct. 8, 1881. 

Marforil, b. Jan. 7, 188.?; res. Kpi. Ndrlh Loup; ni. North Loup, 
May Kitty, dau. of Dr. F. O. Burdick, b. Milton. 

925. M.XKV A.*^ P).\HCocK, dau. of Albert and Sophronia O. 

(Greene) P.abeoek (Charles, Nathan, Samnel. James, 
John, James), b. X'erona, N. Y.. July 20, 1853: res. 1901, 
"Watertown, N. Y. : m. Adams Center, N. Y.. Jan. 16, 1884. 
Morris, son of P)Cnjamin Mcrriman. b. Lowville, N. Y., July 
26, 18^9, d. Copenha.<;en, N. Y.. l^eb. 14, 1890. 
Child: 

Benjamin C, b. Copenhagen, Aug., 1888. 

925a. William^ IjAucock. son of David and Maria (York) 
Babeoek (David. Nathan. Samuel. James, John, 
James), b. Prookfield. N. Y., Oct. J. 1843; d. P.rook- 
field, Dec. 3, 1870; m. I'rooklield. lA-b. 10, i^hh. F.mma. dau. 
of Asel and Triphena hioraliam. b. Columbus. N. Y., Mar. 29, 
1843: res. 1902. Earlville, N. Y. 
Child: 

Arlonine. b. Brookfield. .May u. 1870; rc^. \<)oj. l'..irlville ; ni. F.arl- 
ville. Jan. 4. |8<)V C. I'., .son of Henry and ICIi/.a (Coon) I'^o.^ter, 
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926. IIk.nKi Dwjciir^ I'.Ai'.cotK, son of Jt>lin ;iii<l Sar.'ih 

((irc'cniiKiiij Hahcoek ( IJavid, Xalhaii, SanuR-1, Janu-s, 
lolin, James), b. Lconardsvillc, X. W, June _'4. 1845; res. 
190J, Lconardsville ; 111. Leonarilsville, Get. 14. i.SfiS. Xancy, 
(Ian. of Isaac and Fdizahelli (Randolph) Brown, 1j. Leonards- 
ville, Sept. _'7, 1846. 

Cliildrcn, I). Leonardsville : 

Arir'S, b. .Srpt. 21, !.%<;; res. 1002, Lff>nar<ls\ ilk-. 

Freddie II.. 1). July \2. iS;.;; res. icpj. Leonardsville; in. Leon- 
ardsville, Oct. 17, lH<)4, Mary J., <lau. i)f Deios Giles, b. Burling- 
ton, N. v., Anp. 26, 1X72. 

John R., b. AiiK- 26, 1S74; res. 1902, Leonardsville. 

Isaac A., b. Jinic 3, i>^7(); res. 1902, Denver, Ci>l. 
■ Sarah K., b. Mar., 1883; res. 1902, Leonardsville. 

927. Sa.mui;i, Fr.wklix'^ 1').\1!C0CK. son of Jared and f-ois 

(Lewis) I'ahcock (Jared, Sanuiel. Sanniel. James, 
Jolni, James), 1>. Chariest" )wn. R. 1.. Mar. 7, 1818; d. Ash- 
away, R. I., IX'c. j8, 1887; m. Westerly, R. I., Oct. 17. 1S42, 
Snsan Mari.a, dau. of J^yman and Sally (Slillman) Rerry, b. 

Westerly, [an. J7, ; d. Ashawav, Xov. 21, 1876. 

Child': " 
1428 Sarah E.,* b. Jan. 29, 1846; in. William L. Crandall. 

928. Welcomh Pj.^ r..\ncocK, son of Jared and L(jis (Lewis) 
Babcoek (Jared, Samuel, vSamuel. James, John, James), 

b. Charlestown. R. L. Xov. 22. 1819; d. Ashaway, R. L, 
Feb. 22, 1892; m. Ilopkinton. \\. L, Oct. 3, 1847, ^I«'^ry Rog- 
ers, d. May 8, 1S94. 
Cln'ldren, 1). Ashaway: 

Herbert E.," b. Feb. 7. 1830: ni. Hope \'alley. R. L. Nov. 27, 

1879, Ella J., dau. of Elias and ^Lirtha Chipnian Babcoek. b. 

Hope Valley. Aug. 23. 1854. Children: Waller," b. Mar. 16. 

1887; Lawrence, l>. Auii. 25. 1892; Elias L.. b. June 11, 1895, d. 

1898. Thcv res. Ashawav. 
Albert S..* b.' Nov. 4. 1851! in. Rockvillc. May 4. 1^7^. Eantie A.. 

dau. of Gardner and Betsy Crandall Burdick. b. Rockvillc, Mar. 

4, 1852. Child : Lyra,'° b. Aug. 20, 1880. 

929. D.ANIKL Lkwls^ B.\r?cocK, son of Jared anrl Lois 

(Lewis) I>al)C(3ck (Jared. Samuel, Samuel. James. 

John. James), b. Quonochontaug, R. L, June 19. 1822: d. 

Alton. Iv. L. Xov. iTi, t8()<); m. Peans Mills. Conn.. Jan. 4. 

1846. Martha B., dau. of Jolui .\. and Lucy (Crecn) Chamj)- 

lin. b. Kinij^stou, R. L. Apr. 10, i82r). d. .\lton, X'ov. 22. 1899. 

Children : 

. Jared. b. ITopkint(Mi, R. L. Oct. 7. 1850: res. 1902. Pawcatuck 
(Stoningtdii). Conn.; ni Wc-lcrly. R. L, b\b. 9, 1875, Kate. 
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Lewis, b. Junt- _'i, i^^sj; cl. Nov. 4, 1H54. 

DaiiicI Lewis, Jr., 1). June 17, 1S3'); <l. Ocl. 2. lS<>S; ni. \\'^.•^tlTly, 
Juiio 4, i.SSi, l-'.imna. <l;ni. of Snimicl :iii(l I'-liznlicili (Scdl) Mor- 
timer, I). Hiau Mill, ('oiiii., I\l) 16, iS^Kj; res. I'joj, Madison, Mc. 

Martha J., 1). July jo. iS<)_'; d. \\\v,. 3, iS^i.v 

l.ucy Jane. 1). Niantic, \\. 1., Nov. 14. i^Vxj; res. njoj, .Alton ; nmn. 

Mabel A.," 1). Ni.iniic. R. I., .Mar. .u. 1871 ; ni, Alton, R. I.. I'"el». 3, 
1897, William, son of Cieorge and iili/.ihelli .\loi.dic I5attye, 1). 
Tillicoultry, Scotl.ind. .Mar. 20, iS<)S. Child: George, '" b. Ash- 
away, May 13, it<y<>. They res. A>haway, R. I. 

930. Elias J j:\\i.s'* I'.micock, sou of J.'iri.-(1 and l.ois ( Lewis) 
Bahcock' (Jarc<I, .Samuel, .*^aimicl, lames, John, James), 

b. Cliarlcstowii, R. I.. Dec. S, iS_'4; fes' 1 lope Valley. R. I.; 
ni. Hope Valley, Now 14. 1S4';, Martha jane, dan. of .Vathan 
F. and Maiilia C'hipman. h. 1 lo])kiiiion. R. ]., C)ct. ig, I'S^i, 
d. Hope \'alley, Mar. 30, 190J. 
Chikiren : 

Morton E.,* b. Hope Valley. .'\i)r. 30, 1S51 ; res. 1902. Taunton, 
Mass.; m. Norton, Ma-^s., Nov. (>. 1^72, Caroline, dau. of John 
and Catherine (I ruin) Ikirdiek. h. Hope \'a!!ev, .May 10, 1854. 
Child : Albert K.,"' b. Aug. 22, iS8_'. 

Infant son, b. July, i8t^; d. vounc;. 

Ella J., b. ; m. Herbert C. Bahcock. 

Edwin Orson, b. ; res. 1902, Hoi)c Valley. 

931. Joii.x I'kkxtice" Bai'.cock, son of Stanlon Prentice 
and l.ncy (Crary) P>al)cock (John. Isaac, Daniel, 

James. John, James), h. Croton, Conn.. Ma\' 24. iSoj; 
m. (i) Miss Ayers; m. (2) Ann .\yers. sister of first wife. 
The two wives were from IVeston. I'arents and chikh-en set- 
tled in Syracuse, X. Y. Children were John Ayers." Frank, 
Louisa, Georg-c. and Nellie. 

932. ^LxRv"* B.MicocK. dan. of Stanton Prentice and Lncy 

(Crary) Bahcock (John. Isaac, Daniel. James. John. 
James), h. (Proton. Conn.. L)ec. 5. 1807; m. Aiii:!^. 27, 1822, 
Hadlin I'ish. d. Feh. 9. 1837. 
Children : 



933. .\p.i!v kj.izA^ lV\r.c(KK. dan. of Stanton ]^renticc and 

Lncy (Crary) Bahcock (John, Isaac, Daniel, fames, 

Jolin, James), h. C.roton, Conn., .\|)r. 22, 181 7: d. .\pr. i. 



George H.. b. Oct. 2. iHj8. Lost at sea. Feb., 1S55. ; 

Stanton, b. July jS. 1S30. ■ 

Mary I'.lien. h. Oct. 5. 1832: ni. Joseph .A. Lamb. Hari four \ 

children. , 

Sarah Jane. b. Nov. 30, 1834; m. .-Mien; res. 1902. Old Mystic, 

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1894; in. M.-'y 5. •■V>. -^I'^-l lli'Kkky. 1.. Nov. 2, 1803, d. 
Sept. 2 J, 1883. 
CliiUlreii: 

AIkI 11.. I). Oct. 10. 18.10; res. KX)2. Old Mystic. Conn. 

Alice, 1). July 31. I'^^-KS; m. Avery; res. ()1<1 Mystic. 

Agnes J., 1.. IhI). iX, 1H4S; m. JcflVrson O. Uaik-y; res. 1902, 
Grotoii. 

934. I.rcv'* r..\i:(n)rK. dan. <.f T./ckie-I ami l-ydia ((lanlncr) 
Babcock ( Isa.ac, Isaac. l):mul. Jaim-s. jolm, James), b. 
July 5, i82<;; res. i«;()2. r.in.-lianUnii. X N'. ; in. r.ri<l.i;c\valcr, 
Pa., Lutlicr Moore, b. Kirkwood, N. \'. 
Child : 

Willis L. Mcore, b. . Is Chief of Wcallicr Bureau, Wasli- 

iiiglou, 1). C. 

936. XoYKS I'j.iAi;^ r..\i>.C()iK, son of Francis and rarnel 
(k:iy) r.abcock (Isaac, Isaac, IXaniel. James, John, 

James), b.' Dimock. Pa.. Jan. 8. 1833; d. Knthvcn. la.. Dec. 
II, 1895; m. Rock ford. Ilk. Au--. 31, i8r.5. Harriet, dan. of 
Asa and Mary (Howe) Crosby, m. Rc.ckford, May 3, 1840. 
Children : 

Herbert Mitcbell. 1. Auu. 10. iSr,;; res. IQOI, Ruthven, la. : m. 
Dubuciue. la.. Jan. J-j. iQoo. llettie A., dau. of Isaac and Cor- 
nelia ( Scbennerliorn) Heekman. b. ICden. Hi, Nov. i_'. l868. 
Cora Alice, b. Oct. 10. 1871 ; res. 1901, Kutliven. 

937. Amy I^i.iz.muctu'' r.AHCocK, dan. of Francis and Parnel 

(Ely) l'.abcock (Isaac, Isaac, Daniel, James, John, 
James), b.' Dimock. I'a., Jan. 19. 1S35: d. Rockford. Ilk. Jnne 
7, 1875; m. Feb. 18. 1852. (ieoro-c D. Goodsell ; res. 1902, 
Waltham, Mass. 
Children : 

Albert M.. b. Dimock. Dec. 3. i'^.=^4- ,, „ , 

Carrie Louise." b. May m. \X^(>: res. ioo_>. Orwell. Vt. ; ni. 1-eb. 
9 1881. I'^los. son of F.I(K and .\bit?ail lli^pkins Ray. Chddren: 
Elos A..'" b. Dec. 6. 1S.S5; Jennie .X.. b. June 9. iSqj; Annie E., 
b. Apr. 25. iSf)5. ^ „^. 

Stella Mav. b. Rockford. Apr. 14. 1S58; d. Dec. 26. 1866. 

Minnie Mary. b. Rockford. Nov. 27. 1S64; ni. B. \V. Lee. 

938. Lr.i:.\i.\N Ik'^ P,.\iicocic. son of Jesse and Emeline 

(Thompson) P.abcock (Jesse. Isaac, Daniel. James. 
John, James), b. P.abcock Ilomestea<l. Fnlton. \. V.. Oct. 30. 
1833; res. i(;03. Fnlton. X. Y.\ m. Westerly. R. I.. Jan. 25. 
i860, Harriet, dan. of Joshna and Saraii (Perry) \'ose. 1). 
Westerly. k\'b. 23. 1837. 



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Children, h. I'^hoii : 

VVccdcii K., h. Mar. 12, 1861; «I. Dec. 17. 1863. 

lidwarcl, b. Jan. 30, i8()4 ; res. i<X).v l'ltl^l)^lr^;. Pa.; in. Fulton. 

June JS< i^i/t, Knuna N.. dan. ul Mariin and Minerva (Sa«ndci>; 

Connell, b. Dee. 19, l8(j3 ; d. I'-ultuii, Dec. i. iS*/;. 
Fred Raymond, 1>. Apr. i(). iiS<)5; res. K/M. I'illslmrK; ni. Charlcs- 

lown. W. Va.. Mar. ^3. 1X97, I-Vanees Jaci>l>^, I). Kcntueky. 
Oscar II., b. July 10. iS^kj; res. ii/).i, I'lllsburj^; ni. Jolinstown. 

I'a., June 21, l»/X). Annie Murlcy, 1>. Julnistown. iHh). 
Clarence Lee," b. lulli'ii. N. ^ '., Oct. ju. i^jo; ni. I'ittsburg, Dec. 

1896, Alia I... dan. ..1 11. II. I'orler, 1). .\le.\ici), N'. V., .\ug. 2<f. 

l8^)y. Child : K.iiieri 1'.." b. .Xsbiol.i, I'a., June 14, 1899; res. 

Aslitola. 
Lena, b. Aug. 10, 1S7J; res. 190,^, I-'ulton ; unni. 

939. C'oiKT.xi.v I'll CI 1^ I'aiicoc'K, son of Jesse and luiicliiic 
(Thompson) Piahcork (Jesse, Isaac, Daniel. James, 

John, James), h. Volney. X. \ ., Mar. 9. 1S46; m. Calc(l(jnia, 
Ontario, Sept. 1, 1N73. Cecelia, dan. of Hn^h and Catherine 
(O'Dowd) Kennedy, h. Caledimia, Jan. 9, 1S55. 
Cliildrcn: 

Catlicrinc F., b. Hamilton. Ont.. Oct. 9, 187S; res. 1903, Jolinstowii. 
Jesse L., b. Chatham, (3nt., Oct. 17, 1881 ; d. Chatham, Dec. Ii. 

188 J. 
Harriet, b. Chatham. Oct. 27. 18.S3. 
Martha Helen, b. Nov. 22, i8.S(>; d. Detroit. Midi., Nov. 23, 1897. 

940. Ro.\NNA*^ Babcock, dan. of John and Catherine 
(Kheinhart) Bahcock (William. William, Daniel, 

James. John. James), 1). Apr. ir, 1816; d. Gowanda. 
N. Y., Mar. 2. 1863; m. Gowanda. X. Y., Xov. 29, 1846. 
Norman H.. son of Aha/, and Syhlc (Hibbard) Allen, b. Go- 
wanda, Ang". 22, 181 1, d. Gowanda, Jan. 22, 1S97. 
Children : 

Millard N..° b. Sept. 23, 1847; res. 1903. Gowanda; m. Silver 
Creek, July 23. 1874, Kliza M.. dan. of Lyman and Betsey Hcn- 
nis Bennett, b. Harrison Valley, Pa., Apr. 19. 1849. Child: 
Arthur.'" b. Ciowanda. Ai)r. 8. i8Sr ; res. (lowanda. 

Norman Babcock. b. June 29. 1851; res. 1903. Gowanda; ni. (i) 
Aug. 26, 1872. Ella .\.. dan. of Samuel C. Sjiringer. b. Gowanda. 
d. Apr. 12. 1808; m. (2) June 29, 1900, Agnes ^L, dau. oi 
Joseph Mabbett. 

Harmony R.. b. July 29. 1856; res. 1903, Frcdonia, N. Y. ; m. 
Fdnnmd ^L Bartlett. 

941. II()R.\CK^ T).\i!CocK, M.D.. son of John C. and Catherine 

(Rheinhart) Babcock (\\'illi:n"n. William, Daniel, 

James, Jolin, James), b. Persia. X. Y., .\i)r. 12. 1823; res. 

, Gowanda. X'. Y. ; m. Gowanda, M.iv 14. iS^O, M.arv, dan. <>f 

James ami Lncinda (Wheeler) I.ocke, b. Gowanda, Aui^. i*^). 



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Children, b. Gowaiida: 

Blaiiclu-, I). Sojit. 6, 185S; res. h/M- Cowand.-i; in. Cowaiula. June 
27, 187.^, William R., .-^oii of William ami Flurilla (, Kobcrls) 
Small wuDil, 1). Cjowauda. Jan. _'(>, 1836. 
14J9 Catherine l\.' h. Sejx. iH. i8<)4: m. William Chaffee. 

Louis L.," b. Dec. 14, iS()S: res. j8 ICric St.. lUilTalo. N. Y. ; m. 
Gt)\van(la, June iH, iS</>. Ceor^ia, dau. of Mri and Harriet (Stil- 
con) Woodin, h. IVrrysliurj,'. X. Y., Apr. 26, 1870. He is a 
lawyer, and is eoimected with the firm of Roj.;crs, Locke & Mill- 
burn, of IhilTalo. Child: l-'raiKres,'" b. Sept. 25, 19OJ. 

942. Jaki:i) Ro.s.s^ Ij.mhxjck. sun of Jo.shiia Jvoss ami Ik'tscy 

(Donnaii) IJabcock (James, j:inic.s. Daniel. James, 
John, James), h. WesUield. X. V., JX-c. 18, j8jo; d. iiuffalo, 
N. v.. Nov. 2(), 1S90; m. W'estficld. Sept. 23, 18.45. Adclia 
i\l., dau. of David and Adeline (Morrison) Mann, b. May- 
ville. Jan. i, i8_7, d. P.utYaln, X. Y., Mar. 27, 1900. 
Chililren : 

1430 Charles A.." b. ; m. Millie Jones. 

Clara," b. Sept. 25. 1852; res. i.v; Fourteenth St., Buffalo. N. Y. ; 
in. Ruffalo, Oct. 24, 1882. Sherman S.. son of S.inuie! and Lois 
(Sherman) Roj^ers. b. Lawtons. N. Y., Oct., 1837, d. BulTalo, 

Dec. 24. 1885. Cliildren. b. Buffalo: Charles E.,'" b. ; d. 

June 27, 1895; ILirry, b. . 

943. lI.wx.Mi'^ R.MJCocK, dan. of Daniel and Lois (Potter) 
Babcock (Daniel, James, Daniel. James, John, James), 

b. Brookfield. X. V., J^iec. 8. 1813: d. Milton, Wis.. Dec. 26, 
1891 ; m. Alfred, X. Y., Sept. 27, 1832, Samuel C. Hamilton, 
b. Brookfield, Oct. 12, 1809, d. Milton, Wis., July 13, 1865. 
Children : 

Walter G., 1). .'\ifred. June 24, 183.-? : d. Feb. 14, 18S5, num. 

1431 Emma," b. May 25, 1841 ; m. T. C. Hoxsie. 

944. Dr. l^AXiEL Clark*' Babcock, son of Daniel and Dois 

(Potter) Babcock (Daniel. James. Daniel. James. John, 
James), b. Alfred. X. Y., Apr. 2, 1818; d. San J..se."Cal.. 
Jan. 19, 1875; m. Alfred, June i. 1843, .\morilla, dau. of Dr. 
John and Catherine (Burdick) Collins, b. Brookfield, Mar. 2, 
1818. d. Milton Junction. Wis.. May 18, 1890. 
Child. 1). Johnson Center, Wis.: 

Dollie.' b. Jan. 8. 1857; res. 1002. Milton Junction; ni. Milton. 
.•Xpr. 4. 1882. Dr. .\lliert S.. son of .Svlv.iiius and M.iry H"l<(inib 
Maxson. b. Milton. Mav n. 18^7. Chililren. b. Milton Junction: 
J,'..- Mabel,'" b. Mar. 25. 1886; .Mary. b. Feb. i, i8g6, d. young. 

945. ],()is M.^ I'.AP.cocK. dau. of J>iniel and ]jV\> (Potter) 
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h. Alfred, N. v., June- _>, i.Sjo; d. Medical Lake, Wash., Dec. 
25, iHcSy; 111. Allieil, X. ^"., Oil. _<>. 1S37. Stephen, son of i 

Bcnjaniiii Maxsoii. h. r.erliu. \. V., Oct. 7, 181C), il. Walla 
Walla. Wa.sh., Sepl. _7. 1S79. . | 

Chiltheii : # : 

Cart)liiic," 1>. Milton, Wi-.. July 4. 18441; res. Mi.<lical Lake; m. ! \ 

JaiKsvillc, Wis., (Jot. J.?. ii<5<i, Jaiius l-'., son of I'.rastns. and ' 

ICniily llratli Won.l. h. ijprinj.;rul.|. .Mass.. Stpl. .V), i'\^o. 'J hey • j 

have had nine children: Kali>h," .Minnie, .Maiiun. Ruins, Ste- 
phen, I'Vaneis (i.. Hen (, .. (iraee M.. and I'.dilli. ^ j 

Samuel K.. 1). .Milton. |:m . 1X4^ res. ujioi,, Walla Wall.i, Wash.; 
m. Walla Walla, .\I. i:. Paul. 

Lucy M.. b. Alhion. Wis.. .M.ir. _>. 1S43; res. I'^oj. Walla Walla; 
m. Walla Walla, J. Druinlieller. 

Frances Adelia, h. July 7, iS^o; res. i</)V Clearwater, Idaho; ni. 
Walla Walla, (".eor^e Briiikerhoft. d. Wall.i Walla. 

946. Tacv a." ]'..\iu-(.i-K. <l;m. of Daniel an<l L..is (P.-tter) 
Bahcock (l)aniel. Janic.s, 1 )aiiiel, j;inies. ji>lin, James). 

b. Alfred. X. ^^, Xov. 30. iS_\V. d. St. Peter. Minn., h'eb. 2, 
i88<S: m. Alfred. 1841. lienjaniin V., son of P)enjaniiii Col- 
lins, b. Alfred. Xov. (\ 1813. d. Milton. Wis., Oct. 10, 1864. 
Ciiildrcn : 

Lois, h. Alfred, May .^o, 184J; in. Greenman; res. 1902, Mil- ^ 

ton Junction, Wis. i \ 

Mary A., h. Alhion, June 15, 1S45; d. Dec. 6. 1884; ni. James - 

Snyder. •• ! 

Walter J., h. June 5, 1847; in. ; res. \cro2. Montrose, Cul. 

Daniel, h. .Apr. J4. 1840; d. St. Peter. Minn., Feh. 14. 1898. ], 

Charles R., h. .Mbion, I'eh. 10. 1851. 1 

Benjamin l-"., h. Milton. .Apr. 4. 1857; res. 1902, at Oo Highland r 

Ave., Minneapolis, Minn. | 

Alice T., h. Milton, .Aug. 6. i860; m. Johnson. Slic res. 1902, ' 

Red Lake, Minn. 

Willard R., h. Milton, Mar. 4, 1863; res. 1902, New York City; ' 

m. . ^ 

947. Anxif. G.^ B.\ncocK. dan. of Daniel and Poi.s (Potter) 
Bahcock (Daniel. James. Daniel. James. John, James), 

b. Alfred. J;in. 2. 1829: d. Milt(»n. \\'is., Sept. 9. 1847: m. 
Johnstown. Wis.. Christopher S.. son of David \''incent. b. 
Almond. X. v., Sept. 20, 1820. d. Milton. Feb. 18, 1884. 1 

Child: I 

Albert O., 1). Dec. 20, 1846; res. 1902, Milton Junction, Wis. ' 

948. TiioM.xs v.." ]V\r.rorK. son of Tames and Esther (ImsIO ' 
Bahcock fT^aniel. James. Daniel. James. John, lames). : 

b. Pirookfield, X. >'.. pine \C\ i8r7: <I. .Mhion. Wis.. Pan. 29. f 

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(liurdick) Wells, d. prcx inns lo iSfto, no children; ni. (j) 
Albion, 1 )ec' 7. 1 Si > 1 . l'di/;i. dan. oi i'eri)' and Sally ( Talnic- 
ter) rutler, h. Westerly. R. 1.; res. igoj. Albion. 

Thomas IJahcoek' was a S. 1). \\. minister. He received his 
ediic:Ui<in at l)e Kuyter Instilnte, .\'e\v N'ork, commencinc;^ 
pnhlic niinistiy at the ai^i' of twenty-two. lie was at one time 
Missionary for Ihi- .State of J\ai;sas and I'astor at Persia, Rich- 
bur^-, and lndei)endence, X. \.\ also .\lbion. Wis., where he 
s])ent the most of his married life. v , 

Children : 

Dclln, 1). Alhimi. Auj.;. ;>i. iSi-j; d. yimnp:. 

Pfail" (soil). 1' l"i I'inoiii. K.iii.. .\\v^. _\<. iN().v. res. 1902, Oshkosli, 
Wis.; 111. Alliinii. \\'i>.. l.ois \\\.sic<)tt. 1). .SlhiDii, Oct. 17, iSTk). 
Cliildreii : LilUi C.'" I». .Alliion. Xi'S. 11. 1KS7; llarricl, h. .Mil- 
ton, Mar. 15, 1S81J; Lc Claire, 1j. July 1. iS(>). 

949, Rev. llll^\^l W.'' r>.\iuocK, son of James and 1-lslher 

(ImsIi) JJabcock (Daniel, James, Daniel, James, John, 
James), b. bjlmeston. X. Y., June J4. i8i<;; res. 190J, Cot- 
\.'<igc (h()\e. Ore.; m. Rincklaen, X. V.. .\])r. 9. 1845, Cathe- 
rine M., dan. of David and Catherine (Ihu-(lick) \\'ells. b. 
l.incklaen, X. Y., Nov. 11. iS.'^). d. CoUai;e Grove, Xov. 27, 
1 90 1. 

He is a S. D. B. minister. 

Children : 

1432 Edward," 1). \\n. 10, 1846; 111. Emily .\. Bvirdick. 

Eiuogcne S.. h. Watson. X. V., Oct. _>, 18^1 ; d. P.ouldcr, Col., 
Sept. 1, 1888; 111. Transit. .Minn.. .\pr. 15. 1871, E. B. Coon. 

1433 Morton E., h. Julv 10. 18^7: ni. Marian .\. Burdick. 

Clara A., h. O.loin.i. Wis.. Nov. i. 1862; d. Coloina. May 26. 1863. 
Eloise M.. b. All)i(iii. Dec. 26. 1864: res. 1002, Coitajrc Grove, 

Ore.: ill. Transit. .Minn.. Oct. 8, 1881, \\'alter \. Wlieelcr. 
Wells G., I). Transit, Jnly 6. i8(.)6: d. Transit. Jan. 31. 1867. 
Delia, b. Transit, Jan. 17, i860; d. Transit, Feb. 15.' 1883. 
Stella, 1). Tran.^il, Jan. 17. i8()9; d. Royal, Ore., Jnly 4, 1889. 

950, William Flsil'' B xt.cc^icfn', son of James and Esther 
(Fish) Babcock (IXiniel, James. Daniel, James. John, 

James), b. Cieoroct(»w n. X. \., Jan. t6. 1824; res. 1902, at 
38 S. First Street. San Jose. Cal. ; m. Lincklaen Center, N. Y., 
Mar. I, 1845, TA'dia, dan. of Benjamin and Hannah (Still- 
man) Burdick, b. T.incklaen Center, X'ov. 30, 1824. 
Children, b. T.incklaen: 

Morris J., b. .Xii^x. 2r. \9.\G: d. Missouri. Dec. ii, 1871. 

Eniogeiie, b. \um.. 2, 184S: 111. Transit, Minn., diaries H. Maxson. 

951, D.\XTi-.r- T.i:f.'^ TVvr.cocK, soii of James and Esther 

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James), b. Genri^ctow n. X. \ .. Jan. 25. 182^); d. \'crnonia, 
Ore, Scpl. 24. iS.;9; m. ( i ) 1 iiicklacn CciUcr. X. ^'.. Au^. 2}^. 
1845, \VoaUliy Ann. dan. ot' licnjaniin and I lannali ( Slill- 
maii) I'uivlick, h. Lincklacu Ccnlcr. d. Wells, Minn., June 5, ; 

1877; ni. (2) 1895. Xo children l»y second n)ari"ia<;e. ' 

Cliildren : | 

1434 M.irv L," 1). Aug. 25. 1846; 111. Artlu-Uow M. KjuKlnlpli. 

William I )i- V'.T, 1). LincUlacn. June 7. 1X4(1; d, Sri.t.. 1S49. -. 

1435 Ik-iijaiuiii ))., 1). Mar. 16, 1K5J; in. iMiinia Ki.liinoiid. 

Haniiali Lfciiorc-, 1). Scolt, N. Y., July 7, 1S54; d. .Albion, Wis., 

Nov. 2. 1S57. 
Lccla, 1). Albion, Oct. 22, 1859; res. 1902, Rncd, Wis ; m. Linck- 

lacn, 187S, I'lank 1'. Davis. ^ 

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952. Cii.\Ki.i:.s^ 1).\ik:()CK, son of llanv and l\anny (West) 
Bahcock (llenrv, Janics, Daniek lames. I«ilin. lames), 

b. Westerly, R. 1., .Xpr. Jr,. 1S12; d. Westerly, "A])r. 6. 1888; 
m. Ledyard, ("onn., 183:;, Lonisa, dan. of Samuel and Tenlie 
(Latham) I'lown, h. Led)ard, Apr. 4, 1811, d. St<>nino;ton, 
Conn., Dec. 5, 1884. 

Children : " i 

Amanda M., b. I.cdyank Api'. ii, 1834; ros. 1902, Mystic, Conn.; 
iinin. 

1436 Charles Henry." b. July i6. 1838; m. (1) Al)by Hinckley; in. (2) 

Mary Gaidner. 
John W., b. Westerly. May 12, 1840; d. Kansas. Jan. 15. 1870; ni. 

Westerly. 1862, .Xntoinette P.rand. 
Mary Nancy, b. .'\])r. 17, 1842; in. Rowsc Babcock. 
Sarah l-'raiices. b. (irolon, Jan. 19. 1844; res. Westerly; m. ^^y.s- 

tic, 1865. .'\mos H., .son of Hezekiaii and Mary (Lewis) Dickens. 
Helen Maria, b. Groton, Aug. 22. 1846: res. 1902, Mystic; m. 

Stoninston. 1876. Jesse, son of Jesse Hail. 
William Dudley, b. Ledyard. July ii. 1848: res. 1902, Hampton, 

Conn.; m. Westerly. .Annie, dan. of Henjamin and Mary (Bab- 
cock) Champlain. d. Westerly, 1875. 
Abby Jane. b. Pawcatuck, Conn.. Sept. 11, 1850; d. Slonington. 

Apr. 3. 1880: in. Westerly, 1875. ]u\\r\ Cross, d. Westerly, 1875. 
Erastus W\, b. Pawcatuck, Ai)r. 8, 1852; res. 1902. Stonington; 

m. Griswold. Conn., Jane. dau. of .Andrew Ldinond. 

953. Henkv^^ B.Ar.cocK. son of James and ^^arv X'ucrent 
l^abcock (Henry. James. Daniel. James, John. James). 

b. Westerly. R. I.. 1807-," d. Williamslnirc:, O.. jnly 22. 1841 ; 
ni. T.ent^x. Mass.. July 14. 1835. Jane. dan. of Kliiah and Lura 
(Millard) Xorlhru]). b. ]\[anlius. N. V.. Apr. 15. 1817. d. \'ic- 
tor. N. ^'.. IVc. 21. 1897. She m. (2) George, son of Asa 
Babcock. 
Children : 

1437 James X .* b. Julv 28. 183(1: m. Caroline Saunders. 
Lura y\., b. Willianisliurg, 1840; d. Rochester, Apr. 6. 1S72. 



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954. kcv. J'j.iin'' n.\i:cocK, son uf James and Mary (Xu- 
i;c'nt) BalKock (llciiiy, James. Daniel. James. John, 

James), I). Old Sluckbridi^e. Mass., Feb. 13. 1815; d. Sav- 
brook. C).. Jnly 5. iSc^S; ni. Saybrook. 1839. Saraii .Ann. dan. 
of William and Klmda Knowles, b. Xcw York Slate. (Jcl., 
1820, (1. Saybiook. .Npr. i(). 1891. l-'lilni was a llaplist min- 
ister, ordaineil Oct. i, 1846. 
Children : 

Ilc|).sibali II., I). Rouu'. O.. Tcb. 22. 1840; cl. J.icksonvillc. Fla.. 
Apr. 17. i.S(;i ; m. Saylirook. i85<>. Josopli lUij^lne, res. 1902, 
Jacksoiivillr, I'la. 

Melissa, I). Saylironk ; d. .Mirlnu;iii, .Apr.. i8()7; in SayliroDk, Kzra 
Clark, res. !(;()_>, .Marsliall, .\licli. 

William, 1). .S.iyliriMik, ; d. Sayhruok, . 

Mary, l>. S.iyhrook, ; il. Sayhronk, . 

Helen. I). Sayhrcmk. ; d. Sayhronk, . 

Sarah lunina," 1). Sayhrook, O.. Dec. 3, 1857; res. 1902, Sav- 
bronk : ni. Cliark- I^., son of Henry and Olive French 
Lantli»lieie. h. Nov. 19, 1848. Children: Guy K..'" h. Sayhrouk, 
Dec. 3, 187S; Mdiie Josie, 1). Ashtal.ula, O., Oct. il, i88j. 

955. J.AMKS P.m.mkk'' IVxncocK, son of James and Marv 

(NuL^ent) P.abcock (Henry. James, Daniel. James. 
John. James), b. I'eckc-t. Mass.. Jnly 21, 1818; d. lienning-- 
ton, Vt., Sept. Kj. 1888; m. Ijennin.Gfton, Apr. 6, 1854, Mar- 
tha E., dan. of Da\id and Joanna (Knowlton) Rockwood, b. 
BenninL,'"ton. A])r. i, 183 1 ; res. 1902, 513 Main Street, 
Bennin^^ton. 
Children : 

Harry R.,° h. T,enn.\. Mas?.. Feb. 17. 1S55; res. 1902, Bennington; 

m. Hoosic Falls, Sept. 27, 1885, Louise Wood. Child: Lucrc- 

tia R.,'" b. Dec. 7, t886. 
George K., b. .X-htabula. O.. Dec. 5, 1857; d. Aug. 12. 1861. 
Frank, b. Benninston, .Mar. 5. 1850; d. June 6, 1877. 
William C," b. Beniiintj;t<in. Oct. 8, i86i ; res. T()02, Bennington; 

m. Jan. 7, 1887, Liliie J., dau. uf Calvin and Addie Parsons 
, ■ Root. b. l.eno.x, Mass.. Jan. 4, 1867. Child: Sarah R.,'* b. 

Lenox. Feb. 13. 1S88. 

956. LoKF.xzo Dow'^ B.\rcock, son of Asa and Marv 

(Gavitt) P>abcock (TTcnry. James, Daniel. James. 
John. Tames), b. Westerlv. R. I..' Oct. 9, 1814: d. Chnrch- 
ville. N. v.. Dec. 14. 1890: m. Chnrchville, Mar. 8, 1843. 
Lydia. dan. of William and Kdnah (Armstrong') Palmer. 1). 
Chnrchville. Jnly 30, i8i(), d. Chnrchville, Nov. 6, 1892. 
Children, b. Chnrchville: 

143S Oscar.' b. Feb. 4. 1844: m. Caroline V. .Vdams. 

■ Willi.im P.." 1). l"rb 28. 1S46: res. u,(i2. Cale<lonia. \. V.: m. Tl) 
Wheatland. N. Y.. ^rar. 20. 1S70. J. Adelle Blackmer, b. Wheat- 

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land, il. Sc|)l. Kj, 1SS.5; in. (J) Hlkii C. Ounslock, b. Slielby, 
N. v., Juni.- JO. 1S50. " Cliil.l : tliarlotta.'" b. Wheatland, Feb. 7, 
1879, r^.•^ .Munifiird, N. V. 
McjrtinRT IJ., 1). Oct. _•_', 1S50; d. Jan. 11, 1858. , 

957. (ii:oiu;K (i-wirT*^ li.MiCocK. son of .\sa and Mary 

(Gavilt) liabcock (Ik-nry. James. Daniel. James, John, 
James), b. Westerly, R. J., June S, iSiC); d. Xurlh Chili, 
N. Y., I'Y'l). Ji. 1X07; m. I)eans\ille. X. \'.. Get. 27, J.S4_>. 
Jane Norlhrui), widow of lleniy IJahcocU mid <lau. of hJijah 
and J^ura (Millard) Xortlnui), h. Manlius, X. \ ., Apr. 15, 
1817, (I. Viclor. X. v., Dec., 1S1J7. 
Children : 

Junolinr, b. Whintl.ind, N. Y.. Scpl. 7. iS.t.3: Tc^.. 1002, Oakland, 
Cal. ; ni. Dcnvi-r, Colo., Aii^. 8, 1K.S2. Jk-rbirl Irvine. 

M.iry Jane, b. C'liiii. N. \ ., Apr. 7. i84(t; res. h/jj, Victor. X. V. ; 
in. Ivoclustcr, N. Y., Apr., iS'/^ liber N.. son of Andrew and 
Matilda (Norton) Ojne. b. July J4, 1831. No children. 

Burdetle, b. Chili, Dec. 24. i8si ; <l. Chili. Sept. i, 18^4. 

Ida Estelle, b. Dec. 18, 1857; d. Chili, Oct. 11, 18/.4. 

958. Ahig.ml'' r..\r.cocK, dan. of Asa and Mary (Gavilt) 
Babcock (Henry. James. Daniel, James, John. James), 

b. TyrinL;ham. Mass.. July 16. 181S; res. 1902, Ric;^a. X. Y. ; 
m. (i) Kochester. X. Y.. Oct. 5, 1840. D. V. Rogers, b. Aldcn, 
N. Y. ; m. (2) Abram Thomas. 
Cliikhen, 1)y fust marriage : 

Marv F., b. Oct. 18, 1842; res. IQ02, San Francisco, Cal.; m. 

Corfu. N. Y.. Sept. IQ. 1868, G. \V. Rumble. 

Laura J., b. June 24, 1845; d. . 

James F., b. Jan. 16. 1848: res. 1902. Corfu. N. Y. ; m. Jan. 6, 

1878. Sarah A. Hitchcock. 
Daniel, b. May i, 1850; res. 1902. Syracuse. N. Y. 
George W., b. May 15, 1852. 

959. Fr.\xcis Gr.\xger"' B.\ncocK. son of Paul and Ade- 
laide (Wallace) Babcock (Luke. Elkanah, Daniel. 

•James, John. James), b. Pharsalia. X. Y.. Dec. 5. 1831 : d. 
Ellsworth, Kan.. June 26. 190 1 : m. Belmont. X. Y.. Julv 2";, 
1854, Elizabeth, dan. of Charles and Gitty (Smith) Clarke, 
b. Tyrone. X. Y.. Xov. 19, 1836, d. llorneilsville, X. Y., Feb. 
15. 1899. 

Francis Babcock was educated at Bacon Academy, Colches- 
ter, Conn. About 1832 he removed to Alleganv Coiuitv. 
N. Y.. where for twenty years he carried on a mercantile and 
lumber business. He owned extensive woodlands in northern 
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which he (jbtaiiit-d an eNtensi\<j fortuuf. In 1S75 ho estab- 
lished a prixale hank at I l(»^nell^vilIe. X. \ ., aii<l later with 
his brother 1). J), liabcoch' owned in Kansas a stock farm of 
twelve thonsand acres. Me was at one time President of the 
New V(jrk Slate i"'oresl Commission. 

In 1898 he renujved to his stock farm, near JilLswcjrlh, 
Kan., uliere he (hed three years later. 

ChiKhen : 

CharU-s C. 1). Srio, N. \'., Jmic n. 1855; res. iqoj, HoriulIs\ illc, 
N. Y.; 111. llniiiilNvillr. Jmif, 1S.S1, .Mary (;il(kr>lccvc, I). Brook- 
lyn. N. \'. No cliiliirni. 

Ack'laido G., I). .Scin. Dec. \<). 1S57 ; res. 190-', Ilorncll.->villo ; 111. 
HoriK-llsvilli', .M.ir. ji. iSSo. Charles ().. son of Waller ('•. and 
Glovina Oleiiclort R()>e. I). 1 lornelI>ville. Oct. i, iS.}(). Children, 
b. Hornellsville: Man. Id B., I). July 24. 1881; Carolton C, b. 
Apr. 25. 1883. 

1439 Eli/alHth C./' h. J.'in. 30. i860; in. Horatio L. Lan^^. 

Francis (iranger. Jr., i). .Scio. Apr. 27. 1862: res. \(}02. Terra 
Cotta, Kan.: in. Horneii-ville. .Apr. 28. 1886. .Minnie, dan. of 
E. T. and Delia (.McCoinuli ) Voun^:. b. Paterson, N. J.; res. 
Hornellsville. Xo chilrlren. I'Vanci.N l>.il)cock. Jr., was Captain 
of Co. K. 3d Rcgiincnt, New York Volunteers, in the Spanish- 
American War. 

Gertrude. I). .Scio, Nov. 14. 1865 ; res. 1902. UnrnellsviUc ; in. Hor- 
nellsville. Nov. 3. 1800, I'Zdwin S.. son of John and .Mary (Swinc- 
liurn) P)rowii. h. Paterson. N. J. 

1440 Blake R.. h. Feb. i. 1868: m. Louise Parkhill. 

Martha G., b. Scio, Feb. 25. 1871; d. Hornellsville, July 26, 1872. 

960. De\ol.sox D.^ B.mjcock. son of Paul and Adelaide 
(Wallace) Babcock ("Luke. Elkanah. Daniel, James, 
John, James), b. Pharsalia. X. V.. Oct. 13, 1833; d. Ilorncll.s- 
ville, X. Y., Ai)r. 4. 1895; m. Scio. X. Y.. Se])t. 15. 1858, 
Mary .\.. dau. of Davis and Elizabeth (Palmer) Browning-, 
b. Scio, June 14. 1833: res. 1902, Hornellsville. 
Children : 

', Ogdcn D..* b. Scio, July 4, 1859; res. 1902, at 84 Plymouth Ave., 
Rochester : unm. 

Mary .^ntoinette.' b. Belmont, N Y.. .Apr. 20. 1862: res. .\rlinp- 
, ton, N. J.; m. Hornelhville. Sept. 5, 1888. Charles, son of Wil- 

liam H. and Lois (Winter) Weeks, b. Ware. .Mass.. .\fav 15, 
1852. TLnve one child: Charles Porter.'" b. Mt. Vernon, N. Y., 
Sept. 23. 1880. 

Kate Hannah, b. W.irren. Pa.. .\pr. 30. 1866; m. (i) William H. 
Martin, b. Rochester, d. Rochester. .Apr. 4. 18(^3: m. (2) George 
Clay Co.v. b. Virpinia. III. Both res. 1903, at 85 E. .Avenue 
Rochester. 

Devolson D.. b. Pitt-^field. June u. 18^)9; res. 1002. 73 State 
Street. l\(>che<ter; in. Beimont, Sept. 21,'. i8</). I-llla .M. Norton, 
b. Buffalo, N. Y. 

Grace Browning, b. Aug. 9. 1877; res. 1902. at 85 E. Avenue, 
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961. Jamks N.® Babcock, son of Paul and Adelaide (Wai- 
, lace) Babcock (Luke, ]-'.lk;iii;ili,- Daniel. James, John, 

I James), h. IMiarsalia, X. \ ., I'eb. 1 ;„ 1S37; d/Sci... X. \., 

Dec. iS. 1869; m. I':hnir;i. X. ^■.. Slay _>. iShi. Isahelle H., j 

I dau. of Alex.-mder .and ivrJtccca (Miller) Sp.iuldin^-, b. Luck- * 

i port, N. v.. Mar. 10. iS^f), tl. Scio, J:in. 7, 1896. j 

I Children: ' ' [ 

i 1441 C'a>;^i^■ M.," It. 1 >oc. :<S. i.%j; in. J. (iaylord Siiain). ' 

, Rclucca S., I). Scio, Apr. 16, iSh.s;; il. uS(rf). i 

I Catlicriiic,* h. Scin, July .p. iS(),S; res. 1902, Cilcdfuiia. N. \.; ni. ^ 

I Kocluslcr, Oct. (>. iSoI^. I'rascr .'\., son nf Joliti aii<l Mary A. 

' (I'Vascr) Christie, 1). Caledonia, Mar. 26, 185X. Ciiiid: Frabcr,'" 

' b. Caledonia, Sept. 22, lc>o_>. ^ 

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I 962. IIauuikt Ni:wi:i.l'' liAiscocK, dan. of I'Jkan.ili and i 

i Nancy (Ma.xson) r..il)cock ( C'hanncey, Llkanah, D:iii- | 

' iel, J;nncs, Jolni, James), b. Mihnn Junction, Wis., Oct. lo, - 

1848; res. 190J, T'aikers riaiiie. Minn.; m. I'lica. Wis., 

i June 18. 1870, Stephen Tf.. son of Thomas and Rulh (Collins) \ 

I Hibbard, b. Bfookrield. N. Y.. Sept. 22, 1838. . 

; Children, b. Utica, Wis.: | 

Willie ]i., I). Jan. .^i. 1874; res. i</ij. I'arkers Prairie; ni. June 10, 

1897, Nellie v.. "dau. of David and -Mary ( .Middlelon) Malian, b. • 

Sparta, Wis., Nov. 2. 1874. jl 

Fred, b. Dec. n, 1879; res. 190J, Parkers Prairie. \ 

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I 963. CiEORCK 11.^ I^AHCOCK, soH of StanloH and Sarah ' 

i • (White) Babcock (Chauncey, Elkanah, I^aniel, James, ., 

John, James), b. Newport. ]\. I., June ii. 1863; m. Westerly, ( 

I R. I., Aiii^. 3, 1886, Minm"e G., dau. of Leander V. and Hester " 

I (Derve) Clarke. I 

I He was a clothier, formerly of Westerly, R. I., but now of ; 

Bridj^eport. Conn. j* 
I Children, b. W'esterly: - 

Mildred S., b. Nov. 26, 1887. 

George II., b. Aug. 14, 1891 ; Doris, b. . 1 

964. AiJNKR TucKKR.^''son of .\bner and Polly M. (Babcock) 

Tucker (Lodowick. I'Llkanah, Daniel, James, John, ^ 

James), b. N. Pharsalia, N. Y.. Jan. 3, 1831: res. 1902, N. 
Pharsalia: m. Pharsalia. Sept. 25, 1856. Laura, dau. of Wil- 
liam Luther, b. IMiarsalia. Mar. 25, 1835. J 
Children, b. N. Pharsalia: 

Florence, b. *; res. 1902. Norwicb. N. Y. ; ni N. Pbarsalia, 

Adolpluis Xewton. ' 

Phcbc F... b. ; res. 1902, Norwich; m. N. Pharsalia, J. Bur- j 

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George A., b. ; res. 190.;, N. IMiar^alia; in. N. Pharsalia. Cora 

\\\-IjI) Rubhiiis. 
Cliarlcs O., b. ; res. 1902, Seattle, Wash.; m. Seattle, 

Laiireiie . 

Hubfil, b. ; res. uj02, Xoiuich, X. Y. ; in. Norwicli, I-lorc-ncc 

Pratt. 

965. IjKNJ.x.mi.n 1''k.\nkij.\'' I'.mk-ock, son of Ik-njainin 
Franklin and Maria (ICcUs) liahcuck (Taul, Harry, 

Joshna, James, John, James), h. June 0, 1S14; d. IJverpc^ol, 
']'ji<;lan(l, Jan. 2"^, 1S69; m. (1) I'liebe Ann Swan, Ani;-. 23, 
1836, 1). Jan. ij. iSi^, (1. Sept. S, 1 S4 I ; m. (_') Apr. 3, iS.).^, 
Maria i\iij;ii.sla Uicknell, h. Sept. 9, 1SJ4, «l IJverpuol, I'Jij,^- 
land, Oct. 3. iiS(;4- 
Children by lir^l wile: 

Jessie HiiK'Miiis, b. Jan. 22. 1840; ni. Feb. 25, 1873. John P. Camp- 
bell, of rruvidcnce, R. I., b. Dec. 28, 1822. I'.olli res. 1902, 
Providence. 

1442 Plii-be Ann," b. Aug. 7, 1H41 ; ni. James M. Camplxll. 

Children by second wife: 

1443 Benjamin I'raiiklin. 1). June u, 1845: '"• Adela Barry. 
Frederick A.," b. Sept. 2},. 1S46; d. Liverpool, luigland : m. Mary 

L. Brann, Se])t. 3. 1S74. Slie was b. Dec. 9, 1H55. Child: Fred- 
erick Augustus,'" b. Sept., \'i>7(>; res. 1Q02, Liverpool. 

1444 Marie .A.." b. .Mav 4. 18^4: m. .'\rnold J. Cleaver. 
Rosalie Bickndl,b. Mar. 9. 1861. 

Lilias l-'rving, b. Mar. 9, i8()i ; res. 1902, Liverpool. 

966. M.\Ri.\ Mf" l).\HCOCK, dan. of Benjamin Franklin and 
Maria (Kells) I^>abcock ( Panl. Harry, Joshua, James, 

John, James). 1). Liverpool. Vav^., Jan. 21, 18 16; d. Provi- 
dence, R. I.. Jan. 23. 1884; m. Mar. 15, 1841, James Deverill 
Moore, d. Jan. 17, 1869. 

Children : ... 

1445 ^L^ric Babcock,' b. Dec. 20. 1845; m. James Clinton Kimball. 
Parthenia B., b. .Apr. 12. 1S48; <1. Mar. 16, 1873. 

• , Jessie !).. b. June i. 1850; d. July 7, 1872. 

Jane Dcnison, b. Dec. 11, 1851; d. Feb. 11, 1862. 

967. P,\RTiiF.xi.\ l\\RDON^ B-vncocK, dan. of P>eniamin 
Franklin and Maria (Fells) Baboxdc (Panl, I'larry, 

Joshna, James. John. James), b. London. Fns^land. Jan. 12, 
1817; res. 1902. Brooklvn. X. ^'. ; m. Scj)!. 9. 1841. Willia 
R.. .son t)f Dndlev Babcock, d. Oct. 19, 1862. 
Child: 

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968. Samuel D.** Babcock, son of Benjamin V. and Mana 
(Eclls) Babcock (Panl, Ilarrv. Joshua, James, John, 
James), 1). Slonins^ton. Conn., May i^), iSjj; d. at liis sum- 
mer liome in Lenox, Mass.. Sept. i^, igoj; m. IX-c. 2, i<S4r), 
IClizahelli CraVjv iManklm. 1). l-'eh. 2, 1828, d. Rtvcrdnic, N. Y., 
May 28, 1881.'^ >C. ;« ' '• 

At the ai^e of fouilcen he became a bank messcnj^cr, and 
from that time on his life was spent in New ^'ork City. 
The following- is taken from the New York Times of 
Sept. 15, 1902 : 

"Mr.* Babcock wa.. Presi(kMU of the Internalionrd I'cU Tele- 
phone Company, Limited, and of the C'entral. Manhattan, Colo- 
nial, and New ^'ork Real Lstate .\ssociations ; Vice Presi- 
dent of the Lrovid<-Mice and Stonini^lon Steamship Comi>any 
and the City and Suburban Homes Association; Treasurer of 
the Improved DwchinL^s .\ssocialion ; a Director of the New 
York Central and Ilud-on River Railroad, the New York and 
Harlem Railroad C«>mi)an\. tlu- .Vatiourd R.ank of Connnerce, 
the American h^xchan.qe National Bank, the Continental In- 
surance Company, the Guruanlee Trust Comi)any, the Metro- 
politan Opera and Real Lstate Company, the United States 
Mortgage and Trust Company; Trustee of the Central and 
Fifth Avenue Trust Companies and f)f the Mutual Life In- 
surance Company of New York, and a member of the .Xdvisory 
Committee of tlie Ignited States Lloyds. His business office 
was at 32 Liberty Street. 

"Outdoor life, nature study, and art were very attractive to 
Mr. Bal)Cock. He was a member of the Suburban Ridini,'- and 
Drivinc,^ Club, and Turf and Field, and a supporter of the 
National Academy of Dcsii^m. the Metropolitan Museum of 
Art. the American Fine Arts Society, the American Museum 
of Natural History, and the American Geocrraphical S<^ciety, 
in all of wliich organizations he held membershi])s. He also 
belonc^ed to the followins^ clubs: Metroi)olitan, Manhattan, 
Union, l^owntown. Century. New ^'ork Yacht, and Church, 
and to the New Fni^dand Society." 
Children : 

1446 Hcnrv Donison.' I). Sept. 6. 1S47: tn. .-Xiiiia ^^ Wno.lw.Trd. 

1447 F.vtlni.T. 1). May l.l. 1S40: m. William PaliiUT l^ix-ui. 
144vS V.m\\\ v.. 1). Ian. 12. 1S55; 111. Fordvi-c I). Barker. 

Eii7al>cth. b. Fil>. i. 1857: res. t<)02. Now V<irk Cily ; unm. 
1449 Faniiv Morris, h. Oct. 25. 185S: m. lUiiry A. Murray. 

Mari.i. h. .Xur. -'S. iS(^io: rc>^. uyo2. New ^^)rls- City: uniii. 
katf .SpauMiiiR. b. Apr. 10, i8(»K; res. iqo2. 636 Fiftli Avenue, Xcw 
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969. CiiARLiis Henry I'iieli-s'* li.\ncocK, son of Benjamin 
Franklin and Maria (Kclls) I'.ahcock (Tanl, Harry, 

Joshua, jaines. John. James), h. Stonini^ton, C'»nn.. Jan. 3, 

1825; d." Iviverd'ale. X. V.. Mar. 25. 1897; m. Apr. 17. 1855. 

Cornelia ludlon iMTinklin. sister of l^lixaheth C. Franklin, b. 

Sept. 12, 1S31, (1. Ki\x'r(lalc, Xov. J4, 1S83. 

Children : 

RiclKird I'., 1). Jan. 27. i«5^>-. <1- Sept. 2G, 1857- 

Hchvard C. b. Au^. 15. i«57; d- July 26, 1H76. 

William lulward." b. Mar. 2},. 1859: n-s. i(>03, New York Cily; 

111. Apr. 28. 1897, Mary .\. Kncvcis, of Nt-w York. b. Mar. 12, 

1870. CliiUi: William 1£.."' b. Nov. i, 1898; res. 1902. New 

York City. 
SanuK-1 1).. b. Nov. 17. iSTo: .J. Sci)t. 3. 1R66. 
Coriulia V.. b. Mar. 17. 1802; res. 1902. Rivcrdalc. N. Y. 
Cbarlcs I'., b. Mav 20, 1864; rc^. ir>02. Rivcrdalc. 
Son. b. Dec. 28, 1865; d. Jan. 26. i8(y). 

Edith, b. Apr. 29, 1868; m. Oct. 9. I9"i, EnReiic I'intard Bicknoll. 
Amy Dcnison," b. Mar. 10, 1872; m Scfit. 2<). i8<>S. John H. Dash, 

b. May 18. 1873. Cbibl: Amy Louise.'" b. Pel). 2>^, 190O. 
Franklin Lawrence, b. Mar. 19. 1874. 

970. Loi'isi-:'' B.micock. dan. of Courtland and Elizabeth 

(Cany) Babeock (Paul. Harry. Joslnia. James. John, 
James), b. May iS. 1835; res. 190J. 26 K. r)4th Street. Xew 
York Citv; m. (i) 1853. Fdmnnd 1).. son of Stiles Stanton, 
of Stonint,4on. Coim., d. Mav jq. 1873; m. (2) 1893 (?), 
William TI. Tillint^hast, New York City. 
Children : 

Edmund Courtland." b. 1S54; <!• London. Enpland ; m. 1878. Mary 
Lane. They bad four cbi!dren: Georo:ia.'" b. 1885; Louis, b. 
1887: Edmi'md. b. 1880; N'irpinia. b. 1891. 
. Louis Lee." Ii. July 3. 1859: m. Nov. 3. 1887. Pauline Dixon, of 
Brooklyn, b. jan'. 6, 1862. Tlicy res. New "S'ork Citv. Children: 
Priscilfa." h. 1888: Louis \.cc. b. 1894, d. 1895 ; Louis Lee, b. 
1897; William F.. b. 1899. 

971. Georgi.v'* r).\HCocK. dan. of Courtland and Elizabeth 

(Cany) Babeock (Paul. Harry. Joshua. James. Jolin, 
James), b. May 18. 1837; res. 1902. 28 M. C^-\\.\\ Street. Xew 
York City; m. June i i. 1861. Charles 1"*., son of Ephraim and 
Hcsebeth Williams, of .Stoninoton. Conn., b. June 11. 1804, d. 
Oct. 2^. 1879. 
Children : 

Georgia,' b. Julv 31. 1863; res. 1902. 28 E. 64th Street. New York; 

m. Mav 14. 1885. Georpe Ileiirv Warren, of New York. h. Oct. 

17. 1855. Cbildiin: C'>n>tance W..'" I). Jan. 17. 188S: George H.. 

b. July 29. 1889. 
Charles Phelps.* !> June 15. 18^/); res. looj. 514 Washington .-Xve- 

nuc. Hrooklvn. N. Y. ; m. \iir. it. 18,89. F.lizabeth P. Br(->oks, 

b. Tan. 4. 18(^)8. Children: EIizal)Clli.'"' b. Jan. 2, 1890; Georgia. 

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972. CouRTLAND G.** Baucock, son of Courtland and Eliza- 
bclh (Cany) Bahcock (I'aul. Harry, Joshua, James, 
John, James), h. Xew \<nk Stale; d. .\])r. i. i^'/>; m. New- 
York Cily, I'Y'h. J 1 , 1S71. Mary, dau. of Jnd^^e W'oochuff; 
res. 1902, Stoningtoii, Conn. I 

Cliildren : 



Lewis R. W'oDtlriiff, 1». , New V(jrk Cily; d. , Litclificld, 

Conn. 

Ricta W., I). , New York City; res. ii)02, St()niii);;t(in ; 111. Stori- 

; ingloii, June, K/X), Hoiiry K., si>ii of George II. and Harriet 

('rruinl)nll) ralmer. 1). Stoniii^^ioii. 

Harry W., 1). . New ^'(lrk City; res. 1902, Stoiiiiiptoii. 

Infant son, li. and d. New York City. 

Cnnrtland \V., b. Stonint^ton. ; res. i(X>2, Stoninglon. 

Mary \V., h. , Stonincjton; res. 1902, Stonington. 

973. IIakrv Salton.st.m.i.^ Bahcock. son of Courthmd and 
I'Jizahcth (Cany) luabcock (J\aiil, Harry, Joshua, 

James, John, James), 1). r>rooklyn, X. Y., Nov. 30, 1847; res. 
no staled ])laee; m. Stoniui^-ton, Conn.. June 5. 1879. iM-elena, 
dau. of Edward and I'^hzabeth (I.athrop) Denison, b. Ston- 
ington. 
Chiklren : 

Harry S.. h. I'lainfuld, N. J., .\i)r. 10. iS.Sr. 
Edward I).. I). l-'Ui^huig, N. Y., Mar. 9, 18H6. 

974. AxNA^ Baiuock, diu. of Gik's and Ann E. (Denison) 
l^abcock (Paul. Harry, Joshua, James. John, James), b. 

Nov. 15, 1837: res. 190J. Stoninglon, Conn.; m. Apr. 25. 
1861. Samuel W'ooil. b. Nov. 20, 1831. 
Children : 

Laura, b. Sept. 22, \SCiq: res. uxiJ. Stonington. 

Ma?)el, b. Nov. 6, 1871 ; d. Sept. jS. 1878. Killed in explosion of 
tbe boiler of steamer Adelphi, at New York. 

975. GiLES*^ Baik'ock. Jr.. son of Giles and Ann E. (Denison) 
Babcock ( Paul. Harry. Joshua, James, John, James), 

b. Sei)t. 3. 1840; res. 1902. Providence. R. I.; m. Sarah 
Smith, b. Mav 12. 1842. d. Sept. 27, 1872. 
Child: 

Oliver, b. Mar. 28, 1870. 

976. Gen. Joiix ]l.^ Bai'.cock, V. S. .\.. .son of Giles and Ann 
E. (Denison) Babcock (Paul, Harry. Joshua. James. 

John. James), b. b>b. 7. 1843; m. May iS. 1875. Blandina. 
dau. of Samuel and C(^rnelia Stanton, b. Awj;. 3. i8:;o. 



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Children : 

Conrad Stanton, I.ioiitc-iianf, H. S. A., 1). TcI*. ^5, 1876, 
John, Jinsi},'!!, U. S. N.. I). Sipt. 5, 1879. 
Franklin, b. Any. 11, 1S85. 

977. Mary I^knjson^ Bahcock, dan. of Giles and Ann K. 
(Dcnison) J5aI)C(jck (Paul, Jlanv, Joslnia. James, John, 

James), h. June 5, i8.j6; res. igo2, Su^nini^^ton, Cdnn. ; m. 
Jnly 3, 1873. Jii(l<,-e I^phraim W'ilhanis, b. Dec. i, 1826, d. 
Stonin<;tun, June u, kjoj. 
Chihhcn : 

Maud, I). Apr. 22, 1874; res. 1902, Stoin'nulon. 
Ephraini, I). Jnnc 15, 1875; res. 1902, StuninpKm. 

978. Natiianii:[, Pai,mkr' r.Ai'.cocK, son of Giles and Ann 
]l. (l>nison) Ikibcoek (PanI, Harry, Joshua, James, 

John. James), b. Dec. 28. 185 i ; res. 1902, Brooklyn, N. Y. ; 
ni. Oct. I, 1879, Caroline A. McGinnis, b. May 25, 1856. 
Children : 

Rutli A., b. July 14, 1R80. 
Natalie, b. Mar. 12. 1S8.3. 
Dcnison, b. S(.pt. 2<), 1S.S6. 
Stanton, b. Oct. 10, 1898. 

979. Mary Amkli.\^ Baiscock. dan. of Geor.i^e and Lom'sc 
(Bonchcr) I'ahcock (Panl. T Tarry, Josluia, James, John. 

James), b. New Orleans, Pa.. Dec. g, 1844; res. 1902, New 
Orleans; m. May 16. 1866. Charles K. Leverich, of New Or- 
leans, b. Oct. 31, 1834. d. New Orleans. 
Children ; 

Louise Fanny, b. Nov. 27. 1S68: res. 1902. in New Orleans; uinn. 
I George Babrock,' b. Nov. 16, 1870; ni. Jan. is. i8f)0. lulia. dau. 
of Rev. Mr. Drysdale. of Now Orleans, b. Sei)t. 5. 1871. Chil- 
dren, b. New Orleans: Mary," b. Dec. 4, 1895; George Drvs- 
dale, b. Feb. 17, 1899. 

980. Lucy Bkll'* Ward, dan. of Giles and Lucy B. (Bab- 
cock) Ward (Panl. llarr\'. Joshua. James, John, 

James), b. .Apr. 4. 1847; res. 1902. Saybrook. Conn.; m. Oct. 
5. 1881, Joseph Ilayden. b. July 11, 1837. d. Saybrook. Apr. 
23, 1900. 

Ward. b. Sept. 3. 18.^2: res. 1902. Saybrook, Conn. 
Joseph, b. June 13, 1885. 

981. Dr. Roni-RT ILnll" Baik'ock, son of Robert S. and 
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John, JaiiKs), h. W'.-itcrtown. X. \'.. July _<>, 1851 ; res. 190J, 
466 Dearborn Avenue, Cliiea<,^t), 111.; ni. Monlelair, X. J., 
June 12, i87(). I.i//.ie, dan. of Milton and C.elia (Stone) Wes- 
ton, b. Pern, X. V., Oct. 14. 1S50. 

At the a.t;e of twelve years Dr. Babcock Kjst bis si^dit by 
accident, lie is a celebrated i)hysician. 

ChiUlren : 

Rol)crt Staiit.m, Jr., h. .Municli, Germany. Apr. ^6, 1S83; d. Apr. 

14. '^.=^- 
Kdwiii Ciiiil-m. h. Chicago, l)<c. .}i. 1S88. 
Robert Wcstun, 1). Chicago, May g. 1S9.3. ^ 

982. C()i'RTi..\iNi)^ B.MU'OCK. son of Ivoberl S. and l^niily 

(Hall) liabcock ( I'aiil, Harry. Joshua. James, John, 
James), b. Kalama/oo, Mich.. Sei)t. 24. 1855; res. 1902, 
Montclair, N. J.; m. (i) Mar.shalllown, la., Xov. 26, 1879, 
Marie, dan. of Edward and Kmilv Slei.olu, b. Kalamazoo, 
Mich., Jan. 20, 1858. d. Chicai^o, 111., July 15, 1896; m. (2) 
Dec. 22, 1897, Bertha, dau. of David and Adeline Ijlakcly, b. 
Chicai]^o. .\j)r. 16, 1869. 
Children by Hrst wife: 

LIHan Marie, 1). Miiiiie.ipolis, Minn.. Mar. ^S, 1R86; rc^. igo2, at 

Montclair. 
Rol)ert Stanton, h. Minneapolis, Nov. 2O. iH8<j; res. IQOJ, Montclair. 
Courtland Sleight, b. New York City, Feb. 11, 1891. 

Child by second wife: 

Adeline Low, b. Bradford, Yt., .Xiig. 2, 1899. 

983. Ellkn \V.\tkixs'' B.xbcock, dau. of David Sherman 
and Charlotta (Xoyes) Babcock (Paul, Harry, Joshua. 

James, John. James), b. Feb. i. 1851; res. 1902, New York 
City; m. May 7. 1872. William Reynolds Brown, son of Wil- 
liam Smith Brown, b. I'Y^b. 15, 1846. 
Children : 

Warren Day, b. New York City, I\b. 5, 1873; res. 1902, New 

York : unin. 
Cleveland Hall. b. bnio ir. iSjj : d. White Plains. N. Y. 
Donald Wincho>trr. b. White Plains. Sept. 9, 1877; res. 1902. 

New York ; unin. 

984. W.\sii i.xc.To.x 1k\i\(v'* IVmicock, son of Davitl Sher- 
man and Charlotta (Xoyes) l-.:ibcock (I'aul. Harry, 

Joshua. James. John, James), b. Stonino^ton, Cnnn., Sept. jC^ 
1858; res. 1902. 37.] Fifth .\venue. Xew ^'ork ; m. X\*w Or- 
leans, Fa., bv Bishop Cjalleher, Jan. i. 184/). Grace Walton, 



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(lau. of llciirv P. .ind Grace W . (C);L;(lcn) Kcnioclian, of Xcw 
York and Scarsdalc I'lantalion, L<Hiisiaiia. 

Mr. liahcock rendered much assistance lo the autlmr of this 
book hy [(atheriiii,^ recuids of nearly all the nunicmus descend- 
ants of his grandfather, Maj. I'aul Babcixk, of Stonington. 

Child: 

Irving, l>. Chicago II!., \ov. 15, 1890; res. 1902, New York City. 

985. \\'iLLi.\.M Kor.iN.soN'^ L>.\ncocK. son of IXavid Sherman 
and Charlotta (Xoyes) Dahcock (I'aul. Harry, Joshua, 
James, John. James), h. Stonington. Conn., Xov. 3. i860; res. 
1902. l>oston, Mass.; ni. Oct. 27. J<S,S('), Jennie Kiiler, (jf 
Brooklyn, X. V.. July u, i(Sr)i. 
Children : 

William Rider, I.. Dec. 24, 1888. 
Beatrice, I). Brooklyn. Sept. 17, 1890. 



986. I'liiLii' SiiiiKiu.vN'' IjAIscock, son of l^avid Sherman 
and Charlotta (Xoyes) Bahcock (Paul. Harry, Joshua, 

James, John, James), h. .Stonington. Conn.. May 31, i<^63; 
res. IQ02. White Plains. X. V.; m. Xov. 8, 1890, IJly Clark, 
of While Plains. 
Children : 

Pliilip .Sheridan, Jr., h. W'iiite Plains, Ang. 7, 1891. 
Arthur Clark, b. White Plains. May, 1893. 

Cliariotta Augu>ta, b. , New York. 

, ■ David Sherman, h. , New York. 

987. I'i.w.MOND^ B.'NBCOCK, SOU of David Sherman and Char- 
lotta (Xoyes) Bal)cock (Paul, ITarry. Joshua. James. 

John. James), h. Oct. 18. 1868; res. igoj. Xew ^'ork City; 
m. l-'el). 9. 189^, IHorence [eannette Locke, of Cincinnati. 
Child. 1). Xew York City : 

Helen, h. Apr. 9, 1896. 

987a. W'lLLi.vM Smith I'.xhcock'' M.\tiif.\vs. son of .Samuel 
S. and Klisahcth S. ( F.ahcock) Mathews (William, 
Adam. Joshua, James. John, James), h. May 8. 1837; res. 
1903. 6541 Monroe .\veiuie. Chicago. 111.; m. Xunda. X'. Y.. 
Dec. 6, 1837. Flora E., dan. of Edward and .\lmira (Waite) 
Swain. 1). Xtuida, Xov. 17, 1838. 
Children : 

Helen F.., h. Nov. t^.. 185S: d. Aurora. 111., Feb. i.v 1850. 
Grace F.dna. h. Oct. 2^. 18^0; res. if)O.V 1712 Livingston .^trect, 
Evan^toii, ill.; m. Chicago, .Xpr., i(/)0, Kichard Waterman. 



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Edith C, 1). La Clrange, Gn.. July lo. 1K65; res. 1903, 1R81 Pros- 
pect Place, Madison, Wis.; in. Lliicasi), 1X97, Louis \V. Claude. 

Anna Louise, i). Sept. 30, 1K08; res. lyrj.}, Cliicajio. 

All)erl Pre>c(itt, 1). Nov. 2U. 1H71 ; res. irjo.l. Wortdlawu Avenue 
and 60th Street, Cliica}i;(); in. Jiost<jn, Mass., Jesse L. . 

Juhn Lailiroi), 1). N. ICvanston, 111., Jan. «, 1X74; res. 1903, 6582 
IClIis Aveiuie, Chicago; ni. S. Evaiistoii, 111., Gertrude .NL 
Sinpktnn. 

William Hope, h. N. Evanstun, .Mar. 17, 1877; rc<. 1903, Chicago. 

987b. M.\KY iM.iz.MU-yrn^ Math i:\vs, tlaii. of Samuel S. and 
I^li.sabetli S. (Ikihcock) Matlicws (William, Adam, 
Joshua, James, John. James), b. (iolTstowii, N. II., OoL 15, 
1843; res. 1903, Clear Lake. la.; m. Chica.t;^, III., Mar. 20, 
1871, W'illard, son of Abijah and k:uhel (IJowe) iUiniai), b. 
]'a.\lon, Mass., Oct. 17. 1S40. 
Cliildren : 

Alethea, h. Jiiiie JO, 1S7J; res. i()03. Chain]>.iigii. HI.; in. Cham- 
paign. Oct. 15, iJ<</). Charles \V. Eoster. 

Willard L., h. j.in. jS. 1.S74; res. Cooperstown, N. Dak.; ni. Min- 
neapolis. Minn.. June 25. i<X)i. NL'iry A. Merrill. 

Mary l-llizahoth. I). Dec. 27, 1.S75; res. U)rj3, Clear Lake. 

Manha. I). Apr. 2<), 1S7Q; d. Dover. N. 7L. .•\])r. «. i.X,Sj. 

Sherhurne. h. M;iy _'3, 1882; res. 1(^)3. Clear Lake. 

John Wheeler, h. Aug. 31, 1884; d. Apr. 2, 1888. 

988. I'iev. S.\MUEL Sn i:rp,i:k.\i;'' M.ntiikws. D.D., son of 
Samuel S. and l-disabelli S. (Babcock) Mathews (Wil- 
liam, Adam, Joshua. James. John, James), b. Salisbury, Mass., 
June 3, 1847; m. Tannlon, Mass., Apr. 25, 1870. Anna E., 
dan. of Edward and Mary E. (Wilson) Wriohl, b. P.illerica, 
Mass.. Apr. 25, 185 i. d. lioston, July 7. 1886. 

Dr. Mathews is (1903) pastor of the W'estfield Congrega- 
tional Church. Danielson. Conn. 
Children : 

Anna Elisaheth, h. PiJlerica. Mass.. June 30, 1872; res. 1903, Daniel- 

' son. Conn. 

Edith Lathrop, h. Wilmington, Mass.. 'Mar. i. 1873; res. 1903. 
"The h'airview." 9th and State Street. Milwaukee. Wis.; m. 
Milwaukee. June 30. iS«7. Willi.im. son of .Archihald and Jcnc 
(Thf>mp'^r>n) P.everidge. h. Kircald. Scotland. Mar. 2r. 1874. 

Mabel Babcock." b. .Maynard. Ma-^s., Jan. 31. 1877; res. 1003. Piller- 
ica ; m. Milwaukee. June 8. 1898. Harry K.. son of Wiliiam and 
Amanda King. b. Raie \'erte. New IJrunswick. June I, 1876. They 
have one child, Edith Lathrop.'" b. June 8. 1899. 

989. WiLi.i.\M« B.AP.cocK. son of William and Kate D. (Bab- 
cock) Babcr)ck (I-Vancis. .Xdam. Joshua. James. John, 

James), b. Xew Orleans, l^a.. Aug. u. 185 1 ; res. 1003. San 
Francisco. Cal. : m. London. England. CJct. 31, 1877, Helena, 
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Child : 

Helen Kiinh.ill, h. San I-'ntncisid, Nov. 22, 1S70; d. May 29, 1880. 

990. Ai.icK WvKK^ liAiHoe-K. .hui. of W'illi.im aii.l K'.itc I). 
(lialnocU) Dahoick ( i-'rancis. Adam, josluia, James, 

John. James), h. Xcw Orleans, La.. Dec. _'5. 1X52; res. 190-^, 
San iManeisco, C'al. : in. .San l-rancisco, Apr. 23, 1S79, Charles 
B., son of William P.riL;ham, of Hoston, .Mas.s\ 
Children ; 

Alice Wycr. b. Parih, France. Jan., 1880. . 
Son, 1). San Francisco, July 27, 1K81. 

991. A.\iAM).\^ Baucock, dan. of Ichahod and .Sarah M. 

(Clarke) Babcoek ( Ichalx.d. Ichahod, kliahod, John, 
John, James). 1). l-Vh. 10. 1819: d. I'Viendship, N. ^^ ; m'. ( i )' 
Matthew Stillman; m. (2) Georc^c R. Rosebush. He res 
1903, Alfred, N. Y. 

Children bv fust marriage: 

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Adelhcrt M.. I). ; res. 1903. BufTalo, N. Y. 

Edwarfl .A., b. ; res. 1003. Alfred. 

Mattbcw D., b. ; d. young. 

Child bv second niarriajrc: 

. Jennie Bell. b. : m. d) Walter Tfutchinson; m. (2) William 

L. Nichols; res. 1903. Boliver, N. Y. 

992. Gideon IToxie'^ Bahcock. .son of Tchabod and Sarah 
M. (Clarke) Babcoek (Tchabod. Ichabod. Ichabod, 

John. John. James), b. Caltarau<,nis Countv, X. Y., Xov. 
18. 1822: d. Leonardsvillc. X. Y.,"An2:. n. 189^: m. Brook- 
f^eld, X. Y.. Oct.. 1847, Lvdia. dan. of Richanf and Jerusha 
(Chnrch) Campbell, b. riainfiel.l, X. Y., Feb. 13, 1824, d. 
Leonardsville, Jan. 20. 1895. 
Children: 

Adelia M.. b. i8.j8: d. Leonardsville. 18^2. 
Henry W.. li. 1850: <1. Lcon.irdsvillc. i86j. 

1450 Clara.' b. Oct. 22. 1855: ni. John Rogers. 
Hattic. b. 1857: d. Leonardsville. \^G2. 

1451 Caroline, b. Apr. 20. 1861: m.. Dr. Herbert C. Brown 
Mary. b. 1865 ; d. Leonardsville. 1875. 

Frank D. b. 1870: rev 1002, 123\S. 12th Street. Olean. N. Y. : 
rn. Little C.cnesee, X. Y.. Mav \G. 1803. Alice, adoj)te(l dan. of 
James W. and 903 Car-. line (Babcoek) Younp, b. Genesee Xiie 
31. 1875- 

993. Caroi.i.vi: D.^ Bai'.cock. dan. of Tchabod and Sarah 
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John, Jolm, J.iiiK's). h. riainlicld. X. ^■., July jX, 1S34; 10. 

190J. Liltlc ( It'Dcsec, X. '1 . ; m. ( 1 ) Nile. Apr. 5, i'^^^K J;mics 

\V., son of Saium-I and Aliii^ail ( ll(«lincs) N'mniLC. I). \\v^. u, 

1833, (1. Litllc Ciciicsfc, Mar. 9, iSSj; 111. (_') Xilc, July 11, 

1883, .Asa L. Maxsdii. 

Child (adui)led) : 

Alice Elizalictli, 1). \\\y,. ?,. \^7S'< "i- i'V-'ink, mmi of vqj Gidcn 
aiul l.ydia (Campion ) I!al)Ci)ck. 



994. Adamn'i:'" r..\i'.t()(K. dan. of Jn^hua and Chirissa (Cran- f 
dall) Piahcock' ( jo.scph. Ichahod. Ichahod. John, John, j 

Jnnics), h. S. Xcw BcHin. X. ^'.. I'Vh. 5. iSij; ni. S. Xcw - 

Berhn. Jan. 5. 1830 (?), hVederick I'helps, 1). Xew ]'>crlin, d. | 

Millport, X. V. ' i 

Children, b. S. New I'.erlin: | 

H. H., h. ; <1. Oloaii. N. V.; 111. .Mar^.-in-t !•:. Haniul. 

Susan M., 1>. May 17. i«K); res. !</:>_'. Memphis. N. \.\ in. Israel . 

Anpell. Slie has two chihlren. I-onis anil William O. \ 

J. J., h. ; res. i<^2, Sturgis, Mich. t 

R. R., b. . I 

995. Alukrt h^R.WKLix'' B.\hcock. son of Joshua and Clar- 
issa (Crandall) Bahcock (Joseph. Ichahod, Ichahod, 

John, John, James) . b. S. New P.erlin, X. Y.. Jan. 22, 1814; ; 

d. Miflporl, 'X. v.. July 15, 1881 ; m. Milli)orl, 1830. Ann 
Alniira (his cousin), dan. of Eraslus and Xancy (Rhodes) 
Crandall, h. S. Xcw P.erlin, Sept. 20, 181 3. d. ^iillport, Jan. 
19. 1895. 

Mr. Babcock was Clerk of Chcnnini^ County from 1850 to 
1856, and held other public offices. He was a lawyer and \ 

member of the Chcmuni:: County Bar Association, and for a < 

time was member of the State Lejj^islature. In i)olitics he was ; 

a Democrat. His "purity of life, nobility of character, and in- ^ 

teg-ritv of purpose" endeared him to all who knew him. ,. ^ 

'children, b. Millport: 

145J Erastus F.," h. Dec. 22. iS.vj: m. Martha .X. Nicks. 

Lewis Hamilton, h. : «1. L'tica. N. V.: ni. Geneva, N. Y.. 

Martlia Jane. dan. of 11(^1. J. J. Wicks, h. Elmira. d. Elmira. 
He was a noted criminal l.iwyer. 
145^ Rev. Dc Grand Delos. 1). Jan. J. iS,?(): m. Harriet Monkhoii-e 

Albert L.. h. Nov. i. iS4(): d. Os^ininp. N. V.. July JO. 1^)03. Was 
Comity Treasurer of Westchester (.onnty. and tor thirteen years 
Chief Clerk of the Stale Pri-on at Sing Sing; unm. 

996. W'lLLi.NM Dki.oss^ B.\r.cocK. son of Ji^'^hua and Clar- 
issa (Crandall) Babcock (Joseph. Tchal)od, Ichab'^d. 

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tl. Biittcriiuts, X. \'., July _' 1 . 1SS9; 111. Ijiittcrmits, Nov. 4, 
1841, C'urnclia Ann, dan. of Ashhcc Kockwcll, 1>. Ihittcrnnls, 
Jan. IJ, i8jo, d. lltittcrnuts, Oct. 14, 1855. 
Children, h. JUUlcrnuts: 

Mary Iv, I). Sept. 7, l-'^^-'; 'I- 1 ^^i" '«. l»57- 

kiisscl 1 'relit iic, It. Jan. i, iX.js ; res. K/)-'. 6o E. l8th Street. 
Chicago, 111.; in. Cliira|.,'(i. Apr. J(), |S<»<>, Mary Amu-s. ilati. of 
Allans ami Sar.ili ( .\lcC,"ii>li ) Ijitliuiu-. 1). Cajic Urilmi, Nuva 
Scolia, Oct. ^1, 1S55. .N'o cliildrcMi (k/iO- 

Franklin R.. 1). Jan. iS. 184(1 ; d. Oct. jj, iHTkS. 

Sarali Adcll, I). Oct. 4, 1X49; d. Nov. 17, i«76. 

997. M.\Kv 1..'^ l>.\i!C()CK, dan. (if jnshna and Clarissa fCran- 
dall) Jialicock (Joseph, khalind, lchal)od. John, John, 

Janics), I). S. Xew I'erlin. X. \ ., Apr. 2, 1826; d. S. Xew 
Jierlin, i'\'l). 7, 1.S75; ni. S. Xew ]5erlin, Jan. 17. iS-H- Cier- 
nian I'olter, h. l.amens, X. ^'.. Vq]). 27, 1820, d. S. Xew P.er- 
lin. Dee. 14. 1881. 

Children, 1). S. Xew Jierlin: 

1454 .\iiiclia P.," 1). Jnly 7, 1H47: in. Jidian A. Goodrich. 

Mllcn S.. 1). ; res. i<x-)-'. Noruicli, N. Y. 

Nelson O., b. ; d. S. New lUrlin, :\\n. 7, 1S55. 

998. Rev. Tho.ma.s'' Bari'.kr, son of Thomas and Eunice 
(Bahcock) Ijarher (Joseph, Ichahod. Ichahod, John, 

John, James), b. \\'eslerly, 1\. I., June 4. 1809; d. Westerly 
(Pawcatuck). Oct. 4, 188 v. m. Westerly, A\)\\ 30. 1838. 
Sarah (Breed), dau. of Thomas and Ex])criencc (Barber) 
Stanton, b. Westerly. Nov. 25, 1814. d. Waterbury, Conn., 
Mar. 24, 1887. 

Toward the close of his life Mr. Barl)er commenced to write 
a Bahcock (lenealo^y, but at the time of his death his work 
^vas very incomplete, and was ne\-er j^ublishcd. 

Children : 

Thomas Stanton, h. Coventry. R. I., .-Xpr. 19, 1842; m. N. Ston- 

inpton. Conn.. 1864. Aurclia Holmes. 
Charles, h. Union. Conn., Apr. 10, 1844; d. Pawcatuck. Conn., 

.Apr. 26. 1807, uinn. 
John. h. N. Stoninpton. Jnne 5, 1847; d. young. 
Sarah, h. Dec. 2.V 1848: d. youiiR. 
Sarah I., h. Sei)t. o. 1850; res. TO02. Bristol. Conn; m. d") John 

Bentlcy; m. (2) Mar. 20, 1886. Albert Nctllcton, b. Bristol, 

July I, 1838. 
Mary I., b. .Vutr. ?,. 1852; m. Waterbury, Conn., June, 1887, John 

Ward ; res. 1902, Waterbury. Conn. 

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James), b. Westerly, 1\. I., Nov. 17, 1810; d. SlielTield, Mass., 
Apr. 10, 18S.S; m. W. (iranville, Mass., liirdsey X., son of 
Thomas and Susanna ( 1 'endleton) Burteli, h. \e\v 1 lait I'urd, 
Conn.. June 9, iSio, d. ShelVield, May 19, 1897.. 
Children, h. Sahshury, Conn. : 

Sarah, 1) Nuv. 11, iS.4i; <I. SiKtruld, I-Vb. 8, iH</i. 

Kniiicc Allies, \>. .Mar. 16, 1845. Slic is l'oslmi-,trc>s at Slicfl'icld. 

](Ia A., 1j. I'M). 2(), iS^O; <J. SwariliiiKirc, J'a., Dec. u, :<>Ji ; in. 

Shcflicld, July 5. 1K7O, Gctki- linadliy. 1). SIiiirRld, Die. _', 1850; 

res. 1902, Swnrtliinurc, Pa. 

1000. W'li.i.i.vM Di.m.son'' ]'>.\i<i',i.i^ son of 'Jdi(jnias and lui- 
nice (liaheock) Barher ( h^.seph, lehabod, lehal)od, 

John, John, James), h. \\\-itch Ilill. K. 1., Apr. -7. i8ji; d. 
Bin«;hanUon. X. ^'.. Mar. 19, 1892 ;ni. 'J'rians^le, N. Y., Ai)r. 5, 
1853, Helen T., dau. of Henry and Elizaheih Taft, h. Tri- 
anf;le, I'eh. u. 1831, d. Triangle, I'el). 17, 1880. 
Children, b. TiiauL^de: 

Bryon C, b. Jan. 22, 1854; res. 1902, igS Hawlcy Street, Bing- 

lianiton ; m. Sept. 28. 1882, Cora 11.. flau. of A. C. and Catlicrine 

(Ilancie) Clark, h. Mt. Pleasant. Pa., Pel). 7, 1859. 
Velina A., h. Mar. .3. 1856; res. i(/")2,.35 Cary Street, Bin^liainton ; 

ni. Cortland. N. V.. Apr. 17, 188.3, William A., son of T. and 

Hepsey ( I.iverniore ) Smith, b. Cerman. N. Y.. Oct. 22. 1834. 
Frank D.. b. Dec. 7. 1858; res. 1902, Pere Cheney, Mich.; m. 

Frances Rodem. 
Fllen R.. b. Oct. K). i860; d. Helena, Mont., May I, 1892; in. 

Triangle, Dec. 26. 1882, TVed R. Salisbury. 
Clarence Iv. b. Aug. 22, 1802; res. ic)02. Horsehcad, N. Y. ; ni. 

lunma Harvey, b. Cameron .Mills, N. Y. 
William Barton, b. .Aug. 24. i8<x^; res. 1902, 40 Clinton Street, 

Binghamton, N. Y. ; m. Binghamton, Feb. 12, 1887, Lena, dau. 

of Cicorge and Clara (Mead) Wilson, b. Binghamton, July 27, 

1862. 
Arthur T.. b. Jan. 3. 1873; res. 1902, 781 Chapel Street, New 

Haven, Conn. 

1001. Sus.\x ]vsTTii:u'' B.vRBKR, dan. of Thomas and Eunice 

(Bahcock) Barher (Joseph. Ichahod, Ichabod, John, 
John, James), h. Sinishury, Conn.. July 4. 1826: res. 1902, 
Pawcatuck. Conn.: m. X. Stoninqton. Conn.. May 3. 1847, 
Thomas \V. Peckham. h. Westerly. K. I., Mar., 1824, d. Ston- 
ington. July 6, 1874. 
Children : 

Kugenia, b. Westerly; d. Oct. 29. 1S63. 

Susan. I). Westerly; d. Nov. 2<>. 1851. 

Byron, b. Stonington ; res. 1902. ( P.iwcatnck") Westerly. R. I. 

Jessie W.. b. We>terlv; m. .\lten Pilling; res. \(i02, P.iwcatnck. 

George B., b. Westcrlv: d. May 7. '■"^'.=^ 

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1002. IIki.kn Ai)i:i.i.\^ P.aijcock. dan. of [(.scph niid AM))- | 
(Owens) r>al)OKk (Joscpli. Iclialxxl, lihalxxl, John, : 

John, jaincs), I). Cannonvillc. X. \ ., May 22, 1.S31 ; res. 190J, \ 

Cannonville; ni. Oct. 11. 1854. V//.\:\ \\ ., son of Capt. Isaac 
and Caroline ((jlezen) (iilletle. 

Children: ' ^ 

Harriet A.. 1). Dec. 2^ 1855. ' 

lIiKn. I). Oct. if>. 1S57; J. i«77. 

Hiulur.-i S., I). .Apr. 10. iX<^k); m. Sept., iRST). Ahr.iiii Ci)ii>t:il)!c ; 

res. I<;(JJ. Ciiimiiu illc. 
Josi-pli S,, li. .M;ir. 1. iSf.j; m. N'l.v. i. iX<X), Oirric W'alK) ; res. 

]<>)-', CaiiiiDiu ille. 
I"](l\varcl (i., 1). Nov. 15, 1X7^'; d. ^duiig. 

1003. Josi.i'ii Ai-ONzo'' 13.\i;cocK, son of Joseph and Ahhy 
(Owens) r.ahcock (Joseph, Jchahod., Ichahc^d, John, 

John, James), h. Mar. 9, 1S33; i cs. 1900, Westerly, R. I.; 
ni. Westerly, Sept. i. 185^), l^lizaheth M.. dan. of Isaac an(l 
497 Mary (liahcock) I'.iirdick, b. llopkinton, R. 1., May 14, 

Joseph r.al)cock served dnriiiL;- the Civil War in the ist Ke^d- 
inent. Ivhode Island Cavalry, lie represented Westerly in the 
]\hodc Island Le^islatnre in i''^73-6. 

Children : 

Edward II.. 1). Westerly, Nov. 21. 1857: m. Jan. 0. if^OS- H- F.lla, 
' daii. of l'"raid<liii and .\I.irtlia (Coon) Cniml). No clnldreii. 

Mary Ahhy. h. We-terly. June 10. l<S6o; d. Wa.shingtoii. I). C, 
Jan. 20, iS<j2, mini. 

1004. Sar.mi AmilLlv** Baucock, dan. of Joseph and Ahby 
(Owens) liabcock (Joseph, Ichalxxl, Jchabod, John, 

John. James), b. Xov. 20, 1837; d. Apr. (S, 1901 ; m. Sept, 
28, 1856, Shepard C. Smith, lie res. 1903, Cannonville, X. Y. 
Children : 

Bertha A., h. Oct. 17. 1863; m. Nov. 30, 1883. William V. Iloag; 
res. 1903, Cannonville. 
. Lucius, h. June 2, 1866. 

1005. Omvic Cf.i.i.st.v^ 15.\iiCocK. dan. of Joseuh and .\bby 
(Owens) Inibcock (Joseph. Ichabod. Ichabod, John, 

Jolin, James), b. .\ov. 8, 1845; res. 1^03, Cannonville: ni. 
Nov. 14, i8r.7. Whitini.;- C.. son of OraiiL^e and Sallv ( Nb)n- 
fret) Pomeroy. 
Childien : 

Eli;^rdH-th. h. Apr. 3. 1S70: m .\utr. 22. i8,<^o. Janu•^ T. Lightfoot; 

re-;. 1003. BiMiiarck. Mo. 
Whiting Ci.. 1). Oct. iS. 1S74; d. M.iy 17, 187X. 
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\Vinifri.(l d.. I). Jiim- _•}. iSjij; in. Aii.q. 14. nx)-', Iv-ilmt W. Sciti; 
res. 1903, VValtun, N. \' . 

1006. ll.xKRii.r kiinKCCA** li.M'.cocK, (lau. of l.ihcv. Wiolu 
and Ivc'hc-cca (("ookj IJalKock ( Lodou ick, Iclialj')(l. 

IclialKxl, jolin/Jolm. James), h. Lfbaiioii Sprintis, X. \'.. l-'eh. 
26, 1824; res. !(;(,)_>, J4 Amhcr.st Slrct-t. Sprin-licld, Mass.; 
ni. l.chauon Si)riii,-s. May _'(>, 1.S4S, l-jliniiud, son of N(jali 
and Susan (Mi)rey) 1 lanison, h. JA'hanon Sprini;s, Nov. 16, 
18J3, (1. lialliinorc, Md., Jan. ^:; i , JN^'j. 
Cliildrcn : 

Alicf I\.. 1). I.ch.iiKiii .SpriiiRs; res. KjOJ, Sprii)>'ficl<l, M.iss. 

J;il)iz 15., 1). I.rli.iiioii Spline's; res. ii>o_', I'.rooUlvii, \. N'. 

Kriink, 1). I.oiijT I'.niiuli. N. J.; res. uyOJ. \},\\\ F Street. Wasli- 

inptoii, 1). C. ; lu. W'.isliiiii^tnn. I\I.. jj. iSXi;. C'aiiiill.i ( ireeiiwo(j(l, 

I). Austin, 'lex., Oct. 11, 1S70. 

1007. \Vii.i.i.\M Jli:.\R\'^ P.-MicocK, son of Jaliez Wi^lit and 
RclK'cca (I'ook) llahcock (Lodouick, IcIuiIkxI, Jclia- 

bod, John, John, James), b. Ix'ban.in '^prinqs, X. \ ., July 1. 
1826; d. Providence. K. I.. Mar. 8, i8(;3; m. i 'loxidencc. May 
17, 1853. IV'nelopc J'., dan. of GcorL;e and Corncha (Ijpi)itt) 
Aiuhews. b. Providence, Sept. 27, 1830; res. 1902, 
Providence. 
Children : 

Coniclia A., 1). Brooklyn, N. V., .Sept. 16, 1R54 ; rc^. if)02, 220 
Morris Avenue, Providence; ni. Lclianon S[irin'.is. 1\-Ii. H. 1SS2. 
Winslow, son of James and Sarah (Ropes) Upton, 1). Salem, 
Mass., Oct. 12. 1S53. 

Mary Frances, h. Brooklyn, Apr. 28, 1856; res. 1902, Providence. 
1455 William Henry," 1). .\iip. 3. 1858; m. Slary E. Favcrucather. 

Ennna II., b. Providence. Nov. IQ. i8r)('); res. \(.yo2. (ioldin-r Cay, 
Andros Island. Bahamas; m. Providence, June 18, nSf/). Georpe 
W.. son of Edward and Melvina Cutler, h. Hartford, Conn.. 
Apr. 2, 1866. 

1007a. William^ Bap.cock, son of John and Aclisali (Pahn- 
er) Ba])cock fjolin. Joseph. Ichabod. John, Tohn. 
James). 1). Sept. 15. 1825: d. ^ra])le r;r(nc. ^^ich! : m. Cuya- 
hoq-a County. O., May 2^). 1854. Eh'zal)cth, dau. of David and 
Mary (Need) Poe, b. Wayne County, C)., Mar. 13, 1826. 
Chikhen : 

Mcria, h. May 13. 1S55; res. 1902, Langsburg, .Mich.; m. M. P. 

Mason. 
Adam, I). -— ; d. \?Cyci. 
William S., h. Nov. 26, i860. 
Josepli M.,* I). Maple Grove. Nfidi.. Oct. 8. iSr/i; res. T0f)2. Layton 

Corners, Mich.; m. Mai>1e Grove. I'.stella. dan. of M. Spnivth. 

1). N. Washiniiton. O., .\pr. o. 1.S72. Had one dau., Eli/ahetli," 

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1008. John j."^ IVmicock, s<.m <.f John and Aolis.ih (I'alincr) 

JJahcock (Jnhii, Joseph. Ichahod, John. John, James), 
I). J.ockport, N. ^'., Mar. J5. iS^j; d. |)cs Moines, la.. An,t,^ 
16, 1(^99; ni. Dcs .\hiines, Nov. 10. iSrxj, Mh/aheth, (hiu. uf 
John l)ou_L;hty; res. iijoj, Pes Moines. 
Chilch'en, h. Des Moines: 

Clara. 1): — — ; 111. Jiiiic 10, if^oj, Ciiks l-'airlv. 

Mary, I). ; in Sept. 13, l*joj, Trank Sliaiikland. 

Nellie, b. ; uiim. 

1009. X()Ni;.s^ ]'..\i:cocK. son of John and .\chsah ( I'ahner) 
JIahcoek (John. Joseph. lehahocK John, John, James), 

b. L(X'kport. X. ^'., Apr. 11. 1S34; res. igoJ, I'hie IskaiKk 
]lk; 111. Monmonth. 111., May 30, i>>^(), Mary A. l^nrreh, 1). 
Perry Conntv, I'a., Del. ^o, 18^4. d lUne Island, 1902. 
Child: 

Frank,' h. Mar. 15 iS6o; res. i()02. Bine Island; m. Kock Isl.ind. 
111., Feb., 1899, AbI)io. d;m. of Silas .Sprairnc, b. June 15, 1872. 
Tlicy have one cbild, Irene E..'" b. Oct. 2O, 1900. 

1010. M.Muox F." r..\i!cocK, son of Oliver and Emma 

(Laiii^worthy) Ik'ibcock (John. Joseph. Fchabod, John, 
John. James), h. Dec. S, i8jS; d. Persia, X. ^'., May 31, i8Sj; 
m. Persia. Jan. i, 1852. Avilda. dan. of 491 Phineas and l^ls- 
ther (Cole) luihcock. b. Xorth East, Pa., ])ec. 3, 1S33; res. 
1900, Xashville. X. V. She m. (2) Persia, May 23, 1890, 
Franklin Peardsley. b. Cenoa. X. V., Jnly 11, 1812. d. Eden, 
N. Y., Mar. 24, 1894. Xo i.ssne bv second marriage. 
Child: 

1456 Oliver C," b. Oct. 15. 1854: m. Flora Cook. 

1011. IIkxrv'^ P).\I!C0CK. son of Oliver and Emma (Ean;^- 
worthy) Pabcock TJohn, Joseph, Tchabod. John. John. 

James), b. Persia, X. V., Jnne i. 1832: d. Apr. 6. 1862; m. 
Dakota. Wis., Jnly 31. 1861, Dora, dau. of Ira S. and Xancy 
(Warner) Bristol, b. Dakota, Jan. 27, 1840; res. 1902. Orel. 
Ncl). She 111. (2) Samnel P. Ilorr, by whom she had two 
cliildren. 

"Henry Pabcock was First Sergeant. Companv II. ifAh 
Regiment. Wisconsin \V)lnnteers, in the Civil War. He d. 
in baltle. Apr. 6. i8r)2. In the first volley of the first day of 
the battle of Shiloli a bullet pierced his forehead." (State- 
ment gi\en b\- bis son. H. E. Babcock.) 

Child : 

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1012. AnxKK l..*^ P.AiHOCK. sou f)f Oliver and F.niina (Laiij:;- • 
\V(jrtliy) iJahcock ( j( ihii. J< isfpli, Iclirilxxl, Jolm, loliii, 

JaiiK-s), 1). IVisia, X. \'.. I )cc. ii, 1S33; res. kjoj, Caltarau- 
pus, N. ^■.: 111. .\c\\ .Mhion. .\. ^ .. l-Vl). 8, \^{)T^, Orsa M. 
Rich, 1). Xcw .Ml.ioii, iJcc. 8, i^^j, d. Cattaraugus County, ' 

N. v., I'VI). _'S, |(;()i. 

Child: \ 

Carrio I'.cll. 1). ; res. i<j<i_'. Catl.iranyus, N. Y. ; m. Cattaraugus, { 

John \\ilsc)ii, 1). Maiisliclil, N. \ . . 

1013. .\l!u:kt a."* n.MtcocK. son of Oiixcr and lunnia 

( LanL;worthy ) Hahrock (jolni. Joseph. lohahod, John, 
J<.'hii. Janu's). h. Persia. X. ^'., .Xpr. 16, 1833; res. 1902. 
Nashville. X. \.\ in. Persia. Oct. 11, 1855. RoValllie Randall, 
1). I'.rookneld, N. Y., 1836. ^ i 

Children: 1 

Leiiiond H., h. iSq;; m. Nasluilk-. l,ucv Ilavard. Cliildrcn : I'-rciI, 

h. 18.S2; Bert, b. icS84. ' • 

1014. CvRi-s \\'.« P..\i'.cocK, M.l).. .son of Oliver and Emma * 

(Lani^worthy) P.abcock (John, Josej)!], Jchahcxl, J<.)hn, [ 

John. James), h. Persia, X. V.. Mar. 31, 1837; res. 1902, 151 ' 

Allen Street, PulTalo. X. V.; m. Rnlland, \Vis.. Jan. 25. 1861, • 

Emma M. Saw. ? 

Cyrus W. P)al)eoek and his son Stanley C. arc both prac- / 

ticin<4 physicians of liuffalo, N. Y. 1 

Cliildren : \ 

E!la.° b. Rutlaiul. Wis.. Mav .^o. i86_'; ros. U)02. 4^7 \V. St-venth 

Street, Rrie. Pa.; in. Sei)t. S. iS-;i. Arthur C. "llill.s. Child: \ 

Mary K..'" b. Dec. 27. iS.])_>. 

Carrie L.. b. C)re;j:on. Wis.. Xdv. 30, i.%3; res. 1902, Norwich, 

N. v.; 111. Ndv. 30, 1S96. I'Ved F.iirchiki. ' 

Stanley C, M.O.. b. Oct. 12. 1S67; res. 1902, 151 Allen Street, Buf- 
falo; widower. No children living. 

1015. Jui.iA* P).\nc()CK, dan. of Oliver C. and Emma (Eanj:::- 

worthy) Puihcock (John. Joseph, fchahod. John. John. 
James), h. Persia. X. Y.."Fel). 27. 1843; d. TIollv. Mich.. 
Sept. 12. 1883: m. Persia. Oct. 15. 1863. Miluni M. Burn- 
ham, b. Dayton. X. ^'., Feb. 22, 1839. lie m. (2) Achsah 
Babcock. sister of Julia, and res. T902. East fordan. Mich 
Children: 

Marion M.. b. Holly. .\ncr. iH. i8r^: d. y-:ast Jord.in. Sept. 7. iS,%. 

Olive Lucy. !>. Persia. Mar. 7. 1S71 ; res. \qri2. Petoskcv. .\f ich. ; 
ni. Kast Jordan. Mar. 2S. 1802. lohn C.. son (A John C. .ind .NTary 
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1016. Calista Kli.kn'* liAiuv^CK. (lau. of Oliver and ICnima 

(Lano-uorlliy) Babcock ( Jolm, J.)sci)Ii, ichabod, b.bii, 
John, James), b. I'ersia. N. V., bin. 25. 1S45; m. I'ersia, 
July 27, 1865, John S. I'hilbrick, 1). Ocl/50, 1844; res. icj02, 
P.uffalo, N. Y. 
Child: 

Gcorpi.i ]:inm;i, I). Holly, Mich, Oct. 30, iRr,S; fl. Apr. 9, iJW). 

1017. (iicoKci-: ('.'> r. AiuofK. son of Oliver and I'.nuna ( Lani:;- 
worthy ) r.abcck ( John. jose|)li. Ichabod, John, |(.hn, 

JaiiH's), 1). I'ersia, X. ^■.. May _>;. 1848; res. igoj. iV-r.^ia; 
111. (1) IVrsia, Oct. 5. i8()(;, ICmnia, dan. of An^n^ius and 
Ann (Rich) Snyder, b. I'ersia, jnne 4, i83f), d. Persia, )nne 
23, 189J; ni. (J) i'dlicolUilie. "X. N'.. .Aim. 17. i8(j5. Olive 
Bryant, dan. of J.evi and Cornelia (Hide) Ih-yani. b. l-dlicotl- 
ville, Jan. 4. 1867. 
Child by Inst wife: 

Maud .A.." 1). IVr>ia. June 7. 1S71 ; re?, looi, Davlon, N. Y. ; 111. 
Per.sia. Ci.irciicc, m.ii of joliu and Marj^'arct' (ioiiltM)oioiiKli 
Becker, 1). Collins, June 10, 1.S70. Children: Howard, b. .\\)y. 17, 
i89(); Gordon, b. Apr. 7, 1899. 

1018. Rev. Oscar'' B.vhcock, son of I>iev. Gcorccc C. and 
Alniira (Brown) Babcock (John. Jo.seph, Ichabod, 

John. John. James), b. Mar. 15. 1835;" res. 1903, Xorth Loup. 
Neb.; m. ( 1 ) June i. 1858. .\IettaVdau. of Ira S. and Xancv 
(Warner) Bristol; m. (2) llattie Payne; m. (3) Mrs. .\de- 
h'ne (Johnson) Preston. 

Elder Oscar I'abcock was twice elected to the Legislature 
in Wisconsin, and then led a ])ionecr colonv. in I^J2, niostlv 
S. 1). Baptists, to the be;uitiful Xorth Loup X'allev, at Xorth 
Lou)\ X^eb. He was pastor of this church for many years, 
and for .seventeen consecutive years superintendent of the Sab- 
bath school. lie was elected County Judo:e. and afterward 
elected as a member of the Mouse of Representatives of Xe- 
braska, in each of which ])ositions he served conspicuously. 
His personality is most strikin^^-. and to know him is to become 
a warm friend and admirer. Vqw men ha\e been more uni- 
versally loved and respected. 

Children : 

Edwin J.. I). ; res. 7903. North Loup: ni Jessie True. Thev 

have four children: Kate. Oscar. I'.duin. and Archie Bristol. 

Arthur II.. h. : re>. kjo.^. Xorlh Lour-: in. Lsthcr Davis. 

Two children: Metta and Allurt. 

Myra. h. : res. icy^^. Nortli Loup: ni. William K. Gowan. 

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Cicnrpo, I). ; in. Omaha, Xil).. Cora ClialTci'. 1 lu-y have one 

child, Mary. CJcorRc is Srcrciary of the Y. M. C. A., Mexico 
I City, Mexico. 

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1019. Dki.i.v'* I'.mktock, dan. of Rev. ricorq;c C. and Aliiiira 
j (I'rowii) liabcock (John, Joseph. Icliahod, Julin, Jolin, 
! James), h. IVrsia, \. Y., Jan. 9, 1838; res. 190J, Xortli Loup, 
i Neb.; m. Dakota, Wis., Sept. j8, 1859, Henry .V., son of 
j Jacob Chase, b. Le Roy, N. V., Fel). 12, i8y. 

I Chikl: 

Nellie, h. Dakot.i ; res. 1902, North Loup; m. North Loup, Dec. j8, 
1884, K. W. RIack. 

I 1019a. lli:.\i.\x A."* IVmuock, .son of Rev. Georij^e C. and 

Ahnira (lirown) l>abc()ck (John, Joseph, Ichahod, 

John, John. James), b. IV-rsia, N. V., May 19, 1842; res. Lin- 
' cohi. Neb.; m. Dakota, Wis., An^^ 28, 1861, Retta. (km. of 

j Ira S. and Xancy (Warner) Bristok 

I Mr. l*al)Cock served four years in the i6tli Wisconsin X'ol- 

j iinteers in tlie Civil War. \n 1872 he moved fnjm Dakota, 

I Wis., to North Loup, Xel).. was elected the first Sheriff of the 

County (W'lllcy C\)unty), and later he was County Clerk for 
' eight and (Mie half years and assisted in organi^ino^ the k^'rst 

i National Dank (^f the county. He was afterward elected Audi- 

j tor of Public Accounts of the State of .\ebraska. He also 

j possessed, to a most remarkable degree, the i)ower of making 

friends of everyone whom he met. and is universally esteemed 
' in the State, where he has been active in developing its re- 

I sources from pioneer days. 

I Children : 

I Everett Cicero,' h. Dakota. June 27. 1S63; in. Laura Vale Rri-tol; 
' res. Lincoln. Tliey liave two children: X'ale'" and Harry. 
' Royal Oscar, h. ; ni. Mamie . 

1020. Tristam D.'* B.vncocK. son of Oliver and Marth.a 

(Dickens) luibcock (TXam'el, Joseph, Ichal)od, John. 
John, James), b. Avondale. R. L. Dec. 10. 1842; res. 1902. 
Avondale; m. Stom'ngton, Conn.. Aug. 3. 1868. Charlotte, 
dau. of 84^ Rev. James aiul Charlotte (Dabcock) Irish, b. Al- 
fred, N. V", Oct. 28. 1843. 
• Child: 

William Tristam,' b. Avondale, July 5. tP^k); d. .-Xvondale. Fob. 17. 
i8<xi; in. Sent. 27, l8<)2. Nlinnie. dau. of Jaine<; and Sarah 
(Gavitt) .'\ustin; res. iC02, .Avondale. They had one ciiiUl. Mar- 
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1021. Jamks Olivkk** Bahcock, sou of OH\cr .-hkI Martha 

(Dickens) lialjcocU (l")anicl, Joseph, khahixl. jnhn, 
John, James), h. Westerly. Is. 1.. Dec. 5, 1H59; res. Kjoj. 
Avonilale, K. I.; ni. North Frankhn, Conn., Sept. J3, i«SS4, 
Louise, d.iu. of I.nnes and Sarah (Gavitt) Austin, 1). Charles- 
town, K. J., Ai)r. 17, I<SS9. 
Child: 

Louis A., 1j. IXx. 10, iS<jo. 

1022. 1''ki.i)i- Kic'* Baucock, son of Kzra and funiice (Palm- 
er) Bahcock (Daniel. Josei)h. Ichahod, John, John, 

James), h. Westerly. K. I.. Jan. jj. 1S5.S; res. ujoj. Westerly; 
m. Westerly, Dec. 23. i8{^(). .\. l^lizaheth, dan. of 11. P. and 
B. A. (Kcnyon) Chapman, h. Westerly, Oct. i, i<sr)i. 
Children, h .Westerly: 

GracL- !■:.. b. Nov. 8, 1886. 
Dorolliy. I). .AuR. 8. 1880. 
HaroM I\, h. May .?i. 1801. 
Helen M., 1). l'\l>. ->i, 1895. 

1023. Cii.xKi.orTi:'* Baihock. dan. of 1^/ra and Rnnice 

(I'almer) I'ahcock (Daniel, Joseph. Ichahod, John, 
John, James), h. Westerly. R. L. June 20, i<Sr)5; res. 190J, 
Plymouth. X. 11.; m. \Vesterly, July 30, 1890, Austin II. 
Kevcs, 1). Westerlv. Oct. i, iS^r. 
Child: 

Donald, 1.. Fd). 7. 1^9-' (?)• 

1024. CiLioRC.ic KiioDi^.s" P. AinocK, sou of Jauies Rhodes and 

Amelia (I'.annim) P>aI)C()ck (James. Joseph. Ichahod. 
John. John. James), h. Tremont. 111.. Mar. 24. 1842; d. July 
^o, i8<;3; m. Oct. 16. 1867. Caroline Ameshurv, d. Feh. 25, 
1878. 

He was for manv years in the hankincf Inisincss in T^ekin. 
111. The following- is c<ipicd from the Pekin Mornine^ Times: 
"lie was the livinj.;;' exponent (^f kindness, ii^enerosity. and hos- 
pitality : socially he was the most genial of men." 

Children : 

James Adelhcrt, 1«. Dec. 24. i860: d. Apr. 10. 1872. 
Kupcnc N., 1). Oct. _M. 187.^: d. Oct.. 1877. 
Mary Alice. 1.. Dec. 4- i'^75- 

1025. Jri.iA .\.'* .Satti:ri.i:i:. d;ui. of D;irius and Thankful 

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John, j;imcs), h. 1 Iarls\ illc, X. V., Dec. 14, 1S45; ^^^- ^903. 
Alfred Station, X. \'. ; 111. Alt'red, July 4, iSf)^. Cvrcnus 1'. 
Onnsby, son of ])aniel and Saiali 1). (Sallerleej (Jrnishy, b. ^ 

llorncllsville, Jan. _'S, j<S4_>. . 

Ciiildren: I 

Alton, 1). Alfred, Apr. 30, iS/>7: d. Horiidlsvillc, J:m. 2, 1885. 1 

Ktlul 1., Ii. ll(jrmllsvilif, .Sept. J3, 1S75; d. Jaw. 10, 1H77. 

Aiiulia, b. lloiiullsvilU-. Aug. _'5. iSSj; d. Sciit. 2, 1883. j 

1026. ]')i Nj.v.Mi.v S.^ V.\N IjU.skirk, .son of lienjaniin and '. 
Celia (nahcock) \'an lUiskirk (Jililui, Jo.seph, Icha- j 

bod, John, John, James), b. July Jh, 1852; res. 190J, Purdy 

Creek, X"". \.; ni. -Xul;. \.\, uSjS, Eva R., dau. of James and ; 

Harriet (Wallace) C(K)k. • 

Children: j 

Cnrrii- 1., h. Auk. S. i8Ss. 1 

Floyd, 1). -May i, 1888. ^ 

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1027. ICmij.i.vi:"' \^.\n IU'skiuk. dan. of Jjenjamin and Celia 1 

(liabcock) Van l^)Uskirk ( l"',ltlui. Jose[)h. Ichabod, I 

John, John, James), b. .Mar. 7. i''^54: res. H)02, Alfred Sta- i 

tion, N. v.; m. July 0, 1S7J, Herbert ICdwards. | 

Children : | 

Agues, 1). Auff. -'5. i88<); d. .Xuj^. 27, 1889. I 

Fred M., 1). Dec. 5, 1891. 

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1028. Susan R.mjcock** Hopki.ns, dau. of Lemuel and Han- • 

nah (Babcock) l]oi)kins ( CjCor_c,a\ Joseph. Ichabod, \ 

John, John. James), b. 1 ludson, X. Y., June jg. 1844: res. < 

1902, 84 Lancaster Street. Albany. .\. ^'. : m. Albany. May 29. ; 
1868. Samuel L., son of G. and Harriet (L\inan) Munson, b. 
Huntington, Mass.. June 14, 1844. 

Children, b. and res. in Albany: : 

Harriet L. : .Kiina, deceased; Edward; Paul; SanuKl, Jr.; Aincv 
F. ; Robert. 

1029. H.\.\N.\ii Ivo.s.s'' l].\i5C0CK, dau. of Daniel Lcc an<l 
Marii;-arct (Schuyler) Babcock (Georqc. Joseph. Icha- 
bod. John, John. James), b. .Mban)-, X. ^^. Jan. 21. 1869: res. j 
1902. 71 (irand ."^Ireet. .\lbany; m. .\lbanv. Sept. 10, t8')0. 
William J., son of William and r.rids.;et (l)oine\) llalpen, b. ^ 
Albany. May 25, i8r.5. 

Children : 

Ellen ScbuyKr. b. July <'k 1801. • , 

Margaret r.al)C<>ck, I). Nov. 2J, 1893. 



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1030. Marc:aui:t M.^ r.AiKocK. dan. oi J^aiiicl Lee and Mar- 
p^arct (Sclmylcr) Uahcock (Ceor.Ljc, Joseph. Icltalxxl, 

John, Jo!ni. James), h. Alhany. X. \., Oct. iS, 1870; res. 
1902, Chatham Center. X. V.; m. Alhany, Xov. 21. 1X9 j, 
James V. V., son of A. h\>r(l .and K.illierine ( \an \'<.lkep.- 
I)nr{^) W'ilhams, ]>. Ch.illiain Center, Ai)r. 25, 1870. 
Chil(h-en, h. Chatliam Center: 

SdiiiyKr, I>. Sc])!, _'5, iS-jS. 

Kathfriiif \';iii VoIk(.iil)urg, I). J.ni. ^, 1S97. 

1031. Elizahktii W^ IIakf, (hui. of John and h:h/.ahelh 

(liahcoek) llalY (Ohver. Oliver. Stejjhen, John, John, 
James), 1). Xew \'ork City. J )ec. Ji. 1838; res. i902, Kala- 
mazoo, Mich.; m. hA.ansx ille. hid.. Mar.^. 18^)5, (Jeorj^^e II., 
son of Iose])h and l-:ii/.a Kidder, h. IVrkinsville, X. Y., June q, 
1824: 

Children, h. Kalama/o(K 

William l^duar, h. May 15. iS67; res. k/jj, Kalainazof) ; in. July 
^ 17, I9<x;, Cliarlcttc Kent. 
KatL- J., 1). July 10. 1S77; ros. \()OJ, Kalania/ofi ; uimi. 

1032. Mauv ViKLK** Bajjcock, dan. of Charles and Amelia 

(Hopkins) P.ahcock (Oliver. Oliver, Stephen. John, 
John, James), h. I''\ansville. Ind.; res. 1902. Kos .XiiL^ades, 
Cal.; m. Evansville. Henry C. son of Asa and Matilda 
(Hnnt) (io(j(lin,q-. h. Creenlield. ind. They ha\e two ehildren. 
Gcrtrnde and Clay raul, hotli h. in l*:vans\ ille. and res. in Kos 
Ang-elcs. 

1033. Olivkr'* Babcock, son of Klisha and Allies f David- 
son) Bahcoek f Oliver. Oliver, Stephen. John. John. 

James).!). hAansville. hid.; d. ICvansville ; in. .\i()r!L;-ansneld. 
Ky.. June 10, 1872. Mary C. dan. of Dr. and M.irtha (John- 
son) 1 Iodide, h. Morganslield; res. 1902, Los Ant^eles. 
Cliildren : 

Arucs L., 1). ; in. Herbert Jones; res. 1902. Chicago. III. 

Mary U., h. ; res. 190J. Los Angeles; unin. 

1034. I':i.isii.\ Si'i-Rk^ r.,\i!forK. Jr.. son of FJisha and Aqnes 

(l^avi<I>on) r.ahcock ((~)li\cr. Oliver. Stephen, [ohn. 
John, James), h. I'A ans\ille. Ind.. M.iv i. i8.j(;; res. i<)02, 
Coronado I'each. Cal.; m. CeorLjetown. O.. fnlv 18. 1870, 
Isahel. dau. i^] John .and Sn.san (ratter^on) ( h-.'iliam. h. Cin- 
cimiati. O.. Sept. 29. 1850; d. Coronado Beaeh. Jan. 14. 1902. 



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Klisha S., Jr., h. May _'«, 1S71 ; d. July 29. 1872. 

Arnold Julf^ar, h. Au^. -M. iXj.t,; res. i(/)j, Oirnnad<>; m. Santa 

Anna, C'al., Dlc. i, i.S«)4, VaWiU L. SiikIlt, i)f Cliicai;.), b. Rock 

Island, 111. j 
Graham ICIi^Ii.i. h. Oct. 18. 1875; re-;. IQO-'. Coronadtj; in. Glcn- 

wood S|irinjj.s, Col., Sept. 22, 1895, B. Myers, of St. Louis, Mo.. 

b. Alton, III. * 

1035. M.\KY K.\Ti:'* r..\itc()c-K. dan. of ITcnrv O. and Marv > 

(lloiiscr) r.al)c<H-k (()li\er. ()Ii\cr. Su-phcn, John, * 

John. JaiiK's). 1). I''\ans\illc, liid.; d. ICvansville, Feb. 22, \ 

1890; 111. ]Cvans\ illc. llarry, son of James and Eliza (Ander- i 
son) Vcatch, b. l\ocki)orl, Ind., May 12, 1846; res. 1902, 

Savannah, (la. * 

Child'cn, 1). ]'"!\ansvillc: » 

Ilcnry 15.. b. Jan. 2, 1S76: res. 1902. I-'vansvillc. ' 

1458 Artluir C," 1). Oct. 17. 1S7.S: m. Caroline l-]v:iii-<. i 

Mary K., h. Sept. 16, 1SS7; res. i^joj, Rockford, Ind. | 

1036. ]ac\ a.'' 1).\ikock, dan. of Henry O. and Mary \ 

(Hoiiser) IJahcock (()li\er. Oliver, Stephen, Jrihn, 

John, James), b. F.vansville. Ind.; res. 1902, I'^vansvillc ; ni. * 

]<^vaiisville, hVb. jS. 1882, [amcs T., son of James and Ann 

(lUirtis) Walker, b. h:vans"ville. I 

Cliildrcn. b. and res. at l']vans\ille : ) 

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Henry Rabcock, b. Mar. 10, 1885. \ 

James T., b. Dec. 22. 1888. j 

Mary llonscr, b. Sept. 24, 1891. 5, 



I 1037. Gi'ii.roRi) C.VRLii.i;'^ B.m^cock. son of ITenry O. and 
I Mary fTIonser) P.abcock (Oliver. Oliver, ' Stephen. 

I John. John. James), b. luansvillc. \ni.].. Mar. 8. 1874; address 
' 1902. 191 7 Park Row Pnildinq:. Xew "S'ork City; m. Evans- 
ville. Oct. 17. 1894, Alida. dan. of Percival and Alida (Stur- 
gcs) Kelsey. b. De Koven, Ky.. Sept, 29, 1874. 
: Children : 

Alida Kelsi-y, b. Evansville. Scjit. i. i8<)5. 
Mary FJi/abctli. b. I-'vansvillc. Jidy 2-t. i8<)7. 
Guilford Carlile, b. Cambridge, Mass.. Jan. 5, 1899. 

1038. Makv K.^ V.\x Ant\vI':up. dan. of Cornelius and Sii'^an 
(P)abcoek) \''an .Antwerp (Christopher. Christopher. 
William, J'^hn. John. James), b. June 2(). 181 5: m. .Albany. 
N. A^, Nov., 18:59, (k'ort;c X. I'Jiirdiek. b. Westerlv. X. V.. 
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In childhood she hvcd with her grandfather, Christopher, 
atid with him \ isited his I'rieiid-. in Slonini^'^ton, Coiui. She 
was edncated at ihe Sarsfield Seminary and the l-'eniale yVcad- 
cin\' of Alhany. She i)ecame a school teacher. 

Children : 

GcoTKiana, 1). 1S40; n-s. \iy02, 222 Lark Street, Alhaii) ; 111. William 

VViniic, a (l(.Ml»>l. 
G. Dudkv. 1). iS4_>; re>^. 190J, ,\^.\ IIikKoii Avenue, Alljaiiy. 
Mary K., 1). iS.jS; res. iqoj, 3S_> ll.uiiillon Street, Albany. She is 

a sch'iol teaclu-r. 
Josephine, i>. 1^5,^; res. \*J02, 3SJ JlaniiltDn Street, Alhany; ni. 

William K. Jenipletiai. 

1039. Marv I'j.i/..\r.i:Tii** I.isp.kk, dan. of Rev. Gcorj^^c B. and 
JClizahelh (r>al)Cock) I.ishee (Christopher, Christo- 
pher, William, John, John, James), h. ; m. William 

Updyke. 

Children : 

Susan Amelia, h. ; m. Leander Harllett; res. i<xxj, 40S FJk 

Street. Alhany. N. V. 

Mary ICiizaheth, 1). ; <I. Nc\v York City; m. Amhrosc Peacock. 

IClinorc, b. ; d. New York City; in. Elmer Wancls. Had one 

son. 

1040. HiR.\M A.** Barcock, son of Elias and Sarah (An- 
g^ell) P.ahcock, T Jeremiah. Christopher, William. John, 

John, James), h. Sei)t. 13, iSiS; d. M;ir. 15, \>'^},^\ m. Jan. 
21, 1841, .\nn J. rent'ield, h. May 21. iSk;, d. Xuv. 7, 1S54. 
Cliildren : 

Infant son. b. Dec. 10. 1S41. 
Mary K.. h. Apr. Ji. 1.S4.V. d. July 22. ifV)5. 
Martha J., h. .Vur. Ii. 1845: d. Apr. 2.^. if^S;. 
1459 Jesse P.," h. Nov. 24, 1847; ni. Anna Stimvson. 
Hiram A., b. Sej)!. 14. 1S51 ; d. 

1041. EuNicii: A.^ Babcock. dan. rif Elias aivl Sarah C\n- 
g-ell) Babcock fjercmiah. Christopher. William. John, 

John, James), b. Chami)ion, X. V.. Sept. 23. 1825; d. Low- 
ville, N. Y.. Nov. 28. 1896; m. Champion. Jan. 17, 1844. 
Josc])h M. Gardner, b. Norwich. X. ^'.. Sc]it. 18, 1819. d. Low- 
ville, Jan. 15. igoo. 

Children, b. Champion : 

Sarali M.. h. .Vpr. 17. 1845; res. TO02, Howcsvillc. N. Y. ; m. Low- 
villc. Jan i. 187^, Jacob .\.. son of John G. and Anna (Lutz) 
NiehcrKall. b. h'eh. 5. 184,^ 

Kinma." b. Apr. 18. 1R4Q; res. 1002. T.owville: m. Copcnhajrcn, 
N. v.. Jan. I, i8r).8. Ttenry. son of John and .\nna fT,nt^) Xie- 
bcfRall. b. Port Lcvden. N. Y.. Apr. 14. 184;. d. Watertown, 
Feb. 18, 1882. Child: Mary E.,'" b. Montague, July 29, 1S69. 



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1042. IIi;\m- II.'' n.xiiCocK, son of Joshua and Laura 
( 1 loliiK.'s ) r,al)ci>(.k ( Jcrciniali. I'luistophcr, William, 
John, Ji.lm, Janu's). h. Ilaniiilon, X. \., Mar. j8, 1821 ; res. 
Hj()2, W'atcrtow n, X. N. ; ni. I'dts Mills, X. Y., Xov. 25, 

18.41, J-'.li/.a, dan. i>i J(.l-I C". and r.ctsy ((i<.uld) W'hcclcr. h. I 

Westmiu.stcr, \'l.. May 1. iSjo, d. W'alcrlown, June 29, njoo. » 
Children,!). Watertown: 

1460 Marion Iv," I). Nov. jH. 1S.4J: in. Lloyd WiKKiruff. | 

Hffhcil I'lrlcy." It Nov jS, 1S4J; d. .\]>\. _'j, iSS.i ; ni. Watcrville, : 

N. v., Oct. 14. 1.^75. Kosf, dan. of John :ini\ .Xlarictli- ( I'riist ) s 

Monroe. I). W'atiivilli.', Apr. _s. iS=;?; ics. i'/>J. Walcrlown. Had * 

om- child, llcniy II. '■ | 

Amelia l.anra, li. l><,i-. _'5. iX.i.S; d. May 15, i!^7.i; ni. WaU-rtown, j 

Jnnc (;, 1X70. An^nn R. hiciwii, h. ^lu•^c^a, N. Y ., Jnnc -20, 1<S4J. ■; 

No children. i 

Gcor^' ilcnry. It. Oct. JS, iS'5_'; ri s. H)02. Watertown; ni. Saint • 

Alh.nis. N. v.. Oct. 14. 1X7.4. Alici- L.. dan. of Levi and iCIIcn S. ', 

(Meecli) \Vih>ter, It. Saint Alhaiis, i-Vh. <j. iX5_'. No cliildrcn. \ 

Ida May, h. Anjz. _'S, 1S54; res. kk)-', ftOl I'iftli .Avenne. New York '; 

City; ni. \)i.i.-. .^1, 1S7S, .Anxm K.. ■^on of N'.ilhan and .Mary .Ann ^ 

(iioyle) hdowcr. Xo children. | 

A«lella,'' 1). AiiK. .^i. iX^h; res. KjOJ, Watertown; in. Watertown. r 
June 4. 1S79, Richard, ^<tn of Richard and llehn (Osj^ood) Hnn- 

gcrford, h. Watert(twn. Sept. 2J, 1854. Child: Ida Rose,"' b. ,' 

Watertown, Nov. 11. tS.So. | 

Frederick W," h. .\pr. j6. 1S38; res. \()02. Watertown; ni. (l) ■ 

Watertown. Apr. 28, 1881, Llizaheth. dau. of J-'retlerick Haas, b. ' 
New York City, Jan. 7, 18(^10. d. Watertown. l-'eh. 28, i8<;5; ni. 

(J) ])cc., 1897.' l(ia M. Willey, h. Syracuse. N. ^'.. June 12. i860. i 
Ciiildreii. h. Watertown; Frederick liow.iril.'" h. Mar. 4, 1887; 

Alice Flizaheth. h. Aug. 31. 1888. j 

Frank ICarnest, h. Nov. 9, K%t ; res. IQ02, Waterttiwn. : 



1043. 1^:rlv J.^ li.vr.cocK. son of Joshua and Laura 

(llohiics) I'.abcock (Jeremiah. Clu-isloi)her. \\'illi;mi. 
John, John, Jaiues). h. l'\'lls .\[ills. X. V.. Mvj:;. 31. 182^); d. 
Aug. 24, 1863; m. ( i) (Xl. 17. 1853. Sarah \\. Furness, h. 
Nov. 3. i83r).\l. Dec. 22. 1858: ni. (2) Helen M. (irecn. She 
d. at the home of 11. 11. Babcock. Watertown. 
Children hy lirst wife: 

Charles P.. h. Sept. 6. 1854; d. Bradford, Pa. 
Carrie S., b. ; d. . 

Children hy second wife: 

Ellen M., b. Nov. 30, 1861 ; d. young. 

Mary L., b. Mar. 31, 1863; in. Janus Lane; res. 1902, Oil City. Pa. 

1044. Cir:our.F. D.'' B.\i;cock. son of Joshua and Latira 

(Holmes) Bahcock (Jeremiah. Christopher. \\'illi;nn. 
John, J(^hn, James), h. Felts Mills. X. ^\. Oct. h. 1834; res. 
1902, Me.xico, X. Y. ; m. Waterloo, X. Y.. May 8. 1S61, ^Llry 



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E., dan. of Jolin and Harriet (Cone) OW'cill, h. Waterloo, 
Apr. 22. iS-ii. 
Children : 

I'lcMciicc II.. I). W.itcrloii. Nov. 10. iW)2; rt";. \<)OJ. Ml-xIco; m. 
Mexico. AiiK. .^o, |S<).?. (icorj;!.' I'. JoliiiM.n. 

Hiiny v., 1). J;iii. 4. 1SO4; n-v. i<;<ij. W'aUriowii, N. ^. ; m Water- 
town, .Ajjr. js, KXI1, M.'iiul M. Aii'lros. 

Grace L., I>. .Mexico. Nov. 5. iX()5; res. \t)02. .Mexico; uimi. 

Mal)el, I). .Mexico. June 14, iSlwS; n-s. i<k)_'. l-'.iyeUeville. .V. V. ; 
in. Mexico. Nov. _>7, 1S95. Jolni D. .\icliol>. 1». Fayeltevilk. No 
cliildren. 

Amelia, li. .Mexico. ]\\\y \(\, 1.^70: res. i<)0-'. (jr.iiid l\.i))i<|s. Midi.; 
ni. Mexico, Jniie 10, iS-M, I'rcd 1'. Ilinies, h. (J~uej;o, X. Y. 

1045. .\i)i:i i.\ Kdx.N.N .\'.\^ li.M'.cocK. dan. of .Xnibrosc and 
llnldali ( r.ahcock ) PialR-oek ( jerenii;ili. ("liri.stoplier. 

William. John. h)hn, James), h. Champion, .\'. ^'.. Jnly 7, 
1829; res. i()02. Carlha!.,^', X. V.; m. (diampion. Ocl. S, 
1854 ( ?). Or\ilIe L., son of Isaac and Mary ( Willard) Cutler, 
b. Brookline, \'t.. Jan. 16. 1820. 
Children : 

Mary .-Mtliea, 1). AuR. jH. 1H55 : res. ino2. Worcester. Mas-.; ni. 

Cartliapc. [)vc. _'_'. 18S0. Oaklev, son fif Bcniauiin Walker, b. 

Kntland, N. V.. Feb. n. 1855. 
Charles .Xnihrose. h. Cartilage, Feb. 9. 1S50; d. Mar. 15, i86r. 
Jennie Isabelle, b. Carlli.itre, Dec. 22. i<%7; res. 190J. Cartilage; 

ni. .Apr. .28. i8c)i. George D. Kytliur. son of Charles and Mary 

(Dc Groot) Rytluir, b. and res. in Carthap;e. 

1046. M.\RL\ Amky"^ I'.MH'ocK, dau. of .Vmhrose and TInldah 

(Bal)cock) i'ahcock (Jerenn'ah. Christopher, William, 

John. John. James), h. l^'h. 23. (8:;3; res. 1902. 25 Westland 

Street, Worcester, ^fass. ; m. I'Y-h. 22, 1855. Marcus, son of 

Gcor,^-e Coui^hlin. b. and d. in Champion, X. Y. 

Children : 

Willie Rabcock. b. June 8. 1S57: d. Jan. 7. 1850. 

Kva Maria, b. Nov. 14. 18^7: in. Se])!. 15. 1896. John Tracers, of 
Worcester. Mas one child, Robert. 

1047. Altiik.x Josf.imiixk'* 1^).\hcock. dau. of Anilirosc and 

lluldah ( r.ahcock) luihcock (Jeremiah. Christopher. 
William. John. John. James). 1). Champion. X. ^^, Jnl\- 11, 
1838; res. T902, Chamnion; m. Chamnion. June 30. i85(), 
Ohed W., son of P. and Una (Randall) Pierce, b. Rutland, 
N. Y.. Vch. 9, 1820. 
Childien : 

.Mbcrt Oscar, b. Chaiii))ioii. Jan. Ii 18^)7 ; res. kku. .^^fi W. Ii6th 
Street. Xow York; in. New ^ork. .*~^ei.t. 17. i8<).i. Jennie I'ryne. 
b. Now York City. 

Lina May, b. I'eb. 27, 1877; res. 1902, Champion. 



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1048. Ai'STiN Axc.i.i.'' IVmuock. sou of Jeremiah and Julia 
(I'Vaiiccs) Uahtnck ( Jcrcniiah, ( liristoplicr, William, 

John, John, jamts). h. l-Vlls ^lills. X. \., S^-pt. ii. iS_7; ni. 1 

Henderson, N, V., Dec. 7. 1JS5J. Arcelia ^\., dan. of Stephen . 

and Charlotte (nnnhani) Crittenton, b. Henderson, Aug. 18, \ 

1830. lioih res. KjoJ, Ogden.shurg. ^ 

Children : » 



Sarali M., h. Konu-, N. Y.. Nov. 14, 1S5J; res. ujOJ, Og<Iciislnirg ; 

tiiiiii. 
Charlotte '1'., 1). C)K'iliiisl)ur;;. X.>v. il, 1H36. 
I'Vcdcrii- S., 1). .Apr. _M. iS()o; d. Juiu- 5. ih^o. 
Jason W., I). May 4. iS^)-'; <l. Sept. iS, iK6_'. 
Myron Cilea.^on. h. J)ec. 19. iS^i.S; res. i(>0-'. ()K<lfn<l>urp ; unni. 
Julia A., 1). .Ajir. 17. 1S70; res. iqoj. 16 \V. 104111 .Street. New York. 

Is a teacher in the New York PuMic .Schools. 
Bessie A., h. July 31, 1H73; res. lO)^, 16 W. I04tli Street. New f 

York, l.s a Stenographer in the Chesapeake & Ohio R. R. Co., | 

New York. 1 

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1049. IIarrikt }i^ 1^..\1!C0(:k, dan. of Jeremiah and Julia \ 

(Frances) I'ahcock (Jeremiah. Christopher, William. ? 

John, John. James), h. Felts" Mills, X. Y., Jan. 5, 1838; d. > 

Watertown. N. V., Jan. 26, 1895; m. Dc Kalh. X. ^^, May 5. • 

1856. John A. Brown, b. St. Albans, X. V., Sept. 22, 1818, d. | 

Carthai^e. N. Y., July 4. 1882. | 

Children: I 

Ada A.,' b. Dc Kalh, Jan. 27. 1859; res. Palenville. N. Y. ; ni. j 

Carthage, May 27. i8X>. Mansheld. son of Janies and Melinda > 
(Hanion) Gardner, b. I'alenville, A\^t. 3. i8^g. Children: Linda. 

B.,'" b. Feb. 26, 1887; Harold, h. Feb. 9, 1889: Luclla V.. b. ^ 

Jan. 18, 189^. f 

Alice, b. Wcllsvillc. N. Y., Nov. 5, 1861 ; d. Carthage. Feb. 5. 1865- 1 

1050. riiEDE C.VTiiERixi:'* B.MJCOCK, (Uiu. of Stephen and 
Mary (Rnrch) P.abcock (Stei)hcn. Christopher. \\ il- 

h'am, John, John. James), b. Ciranville. Mass.. ISfar. 29. 1830; 

d. Simsbnry, Comi.. July i, 1862; m. Sim.slmry. Feb. 8. 1858. » 

James, son of Charles and Uranca (Bently) Ilunt. b. Cole- , 

brook. Conn.. Mar. 2S, 1836, d. Colebrook, Feb., 1877. 1 

Child: ' 

1461 Stephen." b. July 15, 18.^0; ni. (i) Myra Tixley; in. (2) Mary L. I 

Busha. 

1051. S.AKATi M." B.\BCOCK. dau. of Stephen and Mary 1 

(Burch) Babcock (Stephen. Christopher, William. 
John. John. Jaines). b. Granville. Mass.. l^ec. 14. 1841 : d- 
Simsbiirv, Conn., Dec. 11, 1884; m. Simsburv, Dec. 29, iS^i, 

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Aliollns, son of ("Iicstcr and Mlizahctli (Andrews) Wilcox, h. 
Simshuiy, Apr. J 8, 1S3S. 
Cliiltlicn : 

Mary S., b. Canton, Conn., Jmic jr, 1S65; ni. Union City. C»)nn., 
June 5, 1.S.S3, Walter L., son ot Kol)ert and Julia (W'elion) licn- 
hain, I). Watiivilli-, Conn., Oct. Ji, iXoi. No children. 

(Icor^jc A.. 1). .Sinishiiry, Oct. y, iSf^j: d. Jan. _'.S, 1S97. 

Stcpluii II. ," 1>. Sinishury, July i(), iSjj; m. I'niun City, Dec. 31, 
iX<)j, fne/ I., (Ian. of I-.nocli L. and l-'lorence (N'oble) Broad- 
bent, b. llincKdale, June d, 1S7.5. Clnldren : Helen 1,.,'"' b. July 
i-i, lS';4, Cleor^nana, li. Jan. ,u. i^'JJ- 

Sarah, b. Any. ij, iS7(;. 

1052. Li;ckKTi.\ I\I.\ui.\^ ILmscock, dan. of Julias and Lucre- I 
lia (Davis) liabcock ( Steplicn, Clnistoplicr, William, 

John, John, James ), h. Slonini.;ton. I'onn.. Oct. i _\ iS^*^; res. I 

190J. Stonini^ton ; m. Stonin^ton, Se])t. 2(), ]S()5. Samnel II., ; 

.^^on of Samuel and llarriet ( lla.skell) Chesehro, b. Stoiiin^lon, • 

Dec. 8, i8^(S. [\c is a meicliant in Stonini'lon. 
Child: 

Pauline, b. .Stonington, .Xnij:. 7,, 1K79; num.; res. 1902, Stonington. '< 

1053. Ei.i.x.s'* Bahcock. .son of l'21ias and Lucrclia (Davis) < 
Babcock (Stephen, Christopher, William, John, John, | 

James), b. Town of Stonington, Nov. 24, 1843; (1. Brooklvn. j 

N. Y., IX^c. 8, 1888; m. Stonino-ton P>oroiioh. Conn., Oct. 2S; \ 

1867, Alice D., dan. of P.enjamin and lumice (Stevens) llan- i 

cox, b. Stonington Borough, Aug. 10, 1845; ^'^^- J90-. j 

Brooklvn. j 
Child: 

Maria Chcscl)ro, b. Stonington, Sept. 18, iKf)S; unni. ; res. 1902, 
Brooklyn. ! 

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1054. DiCLiL.vir^ Barcock. dan. of Phineas and Esther 

(Cole) Babcock (Phineas, Christopher, William, 
John, John. James), b. North East, Pa.. Nov. 8, 183s: 
res. 1900. Erie, Pa.; m. Plarbor Creek, Pa.. Ilarley Adams, 
son of Jeremiah and Catherine (Bowen) :\dams, b. Erie, i8j-^, 
d. Harbor Creek". July r, 1868. ^ i 

Children, b. Harbor Creek : 

Mary J., b. Oct. 24, 1S52; res. 1900, Erie Citv; m. Harbor Creek, 

1872. Newell Heath. 
John 1).. b. J.in. i. 1S54: res. 1000. Harl>or Creek: in. Xorth ]^a>t. 

Apr. i.^. 1R7S, Susan Henkson. 
Henry R., b. July 2. 1S55: res. irxx). Harbor Creek; ni. Riplev, , 

N. Y., Dec. 2. 1884, I'.nnn.i ParkiT. 
Alice A., b. Jan. 2,^ 1S57: res. njoo. Erie; m. Harbor Creek, 
,^ Dec. 31, 1S79. Trank L. Silhnan. 



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1058. Dkmi.ati Ruth" B.kbcock. dan. of Cliristophcr nnd 
Louisa (Cole) P.abcock ( l^liir.cas. ("liristnplior, Wil- 
liam. Joliii. John, janu's). h. rcrsia. X. ^'.. Apr. 4. 1S41 ; res. 
IQOO. North I'.ast. Pa.; m. (i) Xmtli I'.a.M. jiiuo J. iSr/). 
Charles, son of John .'ni<l Lncimla Diown. 1). Otto, X. ^'.. A])!'. 
16, 1844. (1. Oil N'alley. Ta.. Dec. 4. iSSo; ni. (j) Knapps 



416 The Bahcock Ci-iicaln'^y. f 

Jennie S., I). An^. .^i, 1X50; d. NKilluillc, I':i.. Apr. 17, iJ^/); nv 

Adrian, Mitli., .\l;ir. _'7, 1S.S9, I'rank .Avery. 1 

l.oveca I'!., 1>. M.ir. -'4, iXoi ; res. kjoo, l£rie ; in. Jnly 26, iSX^, 

Vincent Uuwen. \ 

I'liineas V., h. Jan. 2\, iSfq; res. u;(x). Lanmlon Station, Snnunit. 
N. \.\ Ml. kipK-v N. v.. Mar. 25, iS.S/j. I 

Frank 1.., I). IVl/. 21, iSC)*., d. .Mar. 2, 1S74. f 

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1055. Si'.rii 11. "^ r>.\i!Co<ji^, son of riiincas .and T^sther (Cole) j 

JJahcock ( I'hineas, Chiistopher, W'illi.nn, John, John, ' 

J.anies). h. X'oilh I'.asl, Ta., Al.ir. 22, I'*^-I4; les. 1900, Grand '- 

Aloinid, la.; ni. 1 )c Will, la., .\n!^. Jo, 187-'. Sarah .\nn I lite, 
b. Canada. Dec. u, i«S5J. 
Childien : 



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John, I). . J 

Avilda, h. Jan. n, 1S7O; ni. (irand .Monixl, Ai)r. 29, 1897, Allen j 

Mdl.T. ' I 

Jasper, I). A])!'. 17, 1S79. \ \ 

Jennie, 1). I'ei). 2S, 18.S2. *' } 

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1056. S.\kAii j.'' Uahcock. dan. of Phincas and Esther I 

(Cole) Pahcoek ( Phincas. Christophei-. W'illiain. John, 
John, James), h. North ICast, Pa., July 4, i!^l5; res. 1900, 

Findley Lake. N. Y. ; ni. J'^indley Lake, (Jet. 11, i«^05. Ehenc- I 

zcr, son of J.aines and Janelt ( Dorg) Skellic, b. Findley Lake, ; 

Aug-. 16. 1 84 J, d. julv J. 1898. I 

Child: f 

Minnie G., b. I-'iiidley T.alcc, Nov. 7, K%.S ; d. Findley T.ake. Feb. 

21, 1894; in. l-'indiey Lake. Nov. 11, 1891, II. Keid Weaver, b. •, 

Sci)t. 30, 1807. No children. V 

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1057. W'lXFiKi-i) Scott'* Paucock. son of Phineas and Es- ; 
thcr (Cole) l>abcock (l^hincas, Christopher. William, j 

John, John. James), b. North East, P.a., Jime i, 1847; res. 
1900, Cattarangns. N. \.\ m. Otto, N. ^'.. Oct. 4. 1869. Flor- 
ence, dan. of Thomas and Amanda (PLarrington) Sherman, b. 

Otto, Oct. 8. T85-V ' . ' 
Child: 



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Creek, N. \., Mar. 13. 1SS4. Janics. sun of Samiu-l an<l 'Thaiik- 
fiil (IMiillips) Shilcr, I). Craw ford. I 'a., Mar. j\, i^yj. Xo 
children l)y ^ec<jiid tiiarriat^e. 
Children, Ij. Xorlh J'2ast : 

William I:., h. May 10, i.%7; ni. July -'4. iXS«). Mary Fkniior ClilT. 
Myrllf L., I>. I'tb. 0, iSjj; m. July i(>. iSSS. (icoine .^l(l^lu•r. 
Jf)hn I)., I>. July J, 187O; res. ii/xj, N'orili l'!a^t ; num. 

1059. William'* liAi'.cocK. son of Chri.stoplier and Lonisa 

(Cole) r>alii(nk- ( IMiincas. Clnislnplier, William, jnhn. 
John, Janus ), 1). IVrsia, X. ^'.. ]'\'l). 9. iS4<'»; res. Kjfjo. Xmlh 
East, 1 'a. ; ni. (ircenricld. Pa.. I'cl). 7, 187(1. IJanict. dau. of 
John and Mirah ( .\lk-n) ArcIuT. h. Xorthvillc. X. V., Mar. 29, 
1.S46. (1. Xorlli ICasl. Jan. jo. i8()S. William is a farmer. 
Children, res. North luisl : 

rVny .)., 1). r.ri.ll.-yvi!!.-. Pa.. \\\,. 2, iS8j. 
Emmet ]•.., 1). J'\l). 10, 1S.S4 

1060. JrLL\ LouLSF.** IImhock. dau. of Christojihcr and 

Louisa (Cole) Baheock (I'hineas, Christopher. Wil- 
liam, John. John, James), h. North l-'.ast, l^a.. Nov. 10, 1S56; 
res. 1900. Knapps Creek, N. V.: m. ( i) North East. Julv 4. 
1872, Stephen \V. Baker: m. (2) Dunkirk, N. V.. Oct. '22. 
1883, John B. Currie. b. Rhode Island. .\i)r. 4, 1841. 
Children by first marriage : 

Burton W.. h. North l^ast, .\i)r. 3. 1R77. 
Donald, 1). North Kast, St'iit. 2\, 18X1. 

Children h}- second marriage: 

Lillian, h. Dnkc Center. ]\n.. Julv 2^. 1S87. 
John 1;.. 1). Duke Center. May 18. 1891. 

1061. Axxit: E.'* Bahcock. dau. of Tosei)h and Marv B. 

(Cole) Babcock (Thineas, Christojiher. WilJiam, 
John, John, James), b. North East, Pa., Oct. 3, 1842; res. 
1900, l)es Moines. la.: m. Westlicld. N. V., Sei)t. 21. 1865, 
Wilbur, son of I'^benezer and Eunice (Shattock) Easton, b. 
Greenfield, Pa., Aug. 19, 1840. 

Children, b., except first, at Des Moines: 

Geary, h N(Mth F.ast. Oct. _'i. iS/V). 

John \\'.. 1). May Ji>. 1870. 

James W.. h. Dec. 17. 1871. 

lU-ssie L.. h. Dec. 2.^. 1874. 

A. Nettie, h. May 15. 1877. 

Georpo W.. h. Dec. 12. i87g. . 

Sadie F... h. .Apr. 12. 1883. ! ' . 

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10G2. LoviLi-.v'^ JiAi'.c.ocK, (lau. of Joseph an.l Mary P.. 

(Cole) Hahcnck (IMiiiicas. ("lirisl()i)licr, William, 

John, lolm, JaiiKs). h. Xorlli I'-a.sl, I'a., Oci. 7, 1847; 

rc-s. 1900. Dcs Moiiics, la.; lu. Dcs Moines, Jan. _>8, 1877, . 

11. Alkn, son of Lyman ami Alniira (Whealon) Titus, b. ! 

Vcrnionl, la'l). -M, 1835. I 

Cliililrcn : i 

Willk' II.. 1'. I'^l'. 10, iSSo. } 

Julia \., 1). On. 11, J8.S3- I 

1063. lIiNUV C."" 1j.\15CocK, son of TluMiias and .\l)igail 

(Wcnlworth) I'.ahcock (.\sa. C'lnistoplic-r. William. » 
Tolin, ]olin, lames), h. Dec. _' 1 . 1843: res. kjoj, Lebanon, ', 
N. Y.;" m. I'.arlville, X. N'.. Apr. 18, i 87 i . Dora. dan. of Wil- 
liam and Lovina (I'ox) lieacb. b. Columbus, X. \ ., Aug;. 12, . 
i8_j8. I 
Children: | 

Li/yic A.. 1). Lcl.aiion, lulv 23. iR/^: "> I^arlvillc. Tel). 15. l^'94. t 

KuKnic N.. son of llariloy and Sarah (Williamson) Poulc, b. f 

Lebanon, Nov. 19. 1871. No clnldnn. , 

Fannie .'\., b. Lebanon. Sept. _'S. \^7A: "I- I'-arlville, I<el). 15. i^M. 

Richard J., son of Henry anil ]'\inny I'^aulkner, b. Canterbury, • 

KiiRland, Nov. 2^. iSO". 'No ehildr.n. 4 

Richard, b. Ramlallsville. X. \., Sept. 7. iK79. - i 

Florence A., b. Lebanon. Sept. 18, 1882. I 

1064. M.\RV A.'' liAiiCOCK, dau. of Thomas and Abiq;ad 

(Wenlwoiih) Babeoek ( A.sa. Christoi)her, William, , 

John, John. James), b. Vch. 24, 1847; d. l^arlvillc. X. Y., Oct. : 

27, 1895; m. Deansboro, X. Y.. I'>b. 7, 1871, Adelbcrt A., 
son of liavid and Delia Stone, b. Lebanon. X. Y.. Feb. 6, IC849. j 

Child : 

Jennie .V.. b. Lebanon. Sept. 19. 1872; ni. Hainilton, N. V.. Nov. 29, 

1892, Verne Fi^^ary. , ^ i 

1065. l.vMKS IL !^I.^ B.xncocK, son of Thomas B. and Abii^ail -^ 
'(Went worth) Babeoek (.\sa. Christopher, William. 

John. John, lames), b. B.roekport. X. Y.. June 24, 1850: res. 
'190J. 'C)7,=,>< IV'oria Street. Chieat^o. Ilk; m. Ldkhart. Ind.. Xov. 
15, 188/, Ida L.. dau. of Charles 1 1, and Jennettc J. Peek. He : 

is a policeman. 

Children, b. Elkhart: [ 

.'\bl)ie Leonctte. b. Mar. 31. 18.S4. » 

Harold, b. Nov. iT.. i8(j2; d. Se|)t. 29. l8o.r > 

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1066. r.i;ouc,i; W.'' B.mhock. Jr.. son of Gcor.ire W. and 
Marv K. (Richards) Babeoek (Asa. Christopher, 



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1835; (I. jnniata. Xch., May <S. icSyi ; m. Lcuiiar<ls\ illc. 
N. Y., Dec. JO, iSr)i, Lilhi A. Robinson, b. Lconanlsville; res. 
1900, Tasadena, Cal. 
Cliihh'en : 

Carrie, ]>. Tiilly. N. \.. L\l. _'4, 1X05; d. Juniata, Feb. 5. 1887. 
Frcililif, I). July -7, 1S7.S; ,1. Ill infancy. 

1067. W'li i.iA.M Sii:iMii:.\'^ I'..\ih:()ck, .son of (loorci^e \V. and 
Mary (Richards) Rabcock (Asa. Chrisl()i)hcr, Wil- 
liam, John, John. James), b. J, a (Iran^e, X. V.. Sept. 27, 1.S37; 
res. 19CX), J'XveltevilJe, X. V.; m. i )ec. iS. 1S07, Sarah C, 
dan. of Spafford and .\hnena (Uill) .\llen, 1). l-'eb. i. 1838. 

Children : 

Lovcra II.. 1>. .Morrisvillc, N. V., Oct. 11, iS;.'; res. k/xj, Fayctlc- 

villc; mnn. 
Mary Aliniiia, I.. I'alnus, X. Y., Jan. 14, 1.S7.} ; d. I'aljius, May 4 

]874. 
Orcn .\., b. I'abius, Dec. 11, 1875; d. Faycttcvilic, Oct. 29, 1881. 

1068. DuANi-: Pkrrv'* B.xrcock, son of George W. and Mary 
K. (Richards) Babcock (Asa. Chrislni)her. W'iljiani, 

John, John. James), b. La (iranqc, N. Y.. Mav 19. 18.41 ; res. 
1900, I'^ayettcville. X. Y . : m. Tnlly. N. Y.. Jan. 14. 1867, Ro- 
salie, dan. of WiHiam and Susan (Morse) Wickham. b. Tnllv, 
Feb. 8, 1844. 
Children : 

Glcn I.c Roy. 1). Faycttcvilic. ,\utr. i8, 1871; in. Norwicli, Conn., 

Nov. 4. i8f/), Hcssic J. Catcs. 
Susan Rosalie, b. Faycttcvilic, Aug. 16, 1873; res. 1900, Faycttcvilic. 

1069. Mary Ellkn^ B.\hcock. dan. of Georj-e W. and Marv 
K. (Richards) Babcock (A.sa. Christoplier. W'ilhani, 

John. John. James), b. Xorwich, Conn.. Mar. 26, 184^: res. 
T900. Onondai^a. X. ^'. ; m. \>sper. X. Y.. June 3. 1868. Rev. 
D. W.. son of Hiram S. and S(^i)hronia (CurtissV Sherman b 
Virgil, N. Y.. Feb. i8. 1840. 

Rev. D. W. Sherman is a Methodist Episcopal clergvman. 
. Children : 

Fred W., I). S. Onondacra. Nov. i6. 1877. 
Frank R.. b. Suuiiiiit .*^tation. Ian. 14. 1880 
Floyd C. I). Fcrryvillc. X. ^'..■ Nov. 2. 1.881. 
Mary FIos.s, b. rcrryvillc. Mar. 6. 1884. 

1070. FrciNDA ].^ Barcock. dan. of George A\'. and Mary 
K. (Richards) Babcock (Asa, Christopher, William, 



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J(jlin, Joliii, Jaim's), h. W'ooiisockcl. I\. I.. Jmu- i, \^4^; res. . 
KjCK), S. (Jmalia, Xc-h. ; in. ( i ) Vesper. X. V., (Jel. J3, 1S71, 

l'',lias, son of Harry and Mary Ann I I'arker^oii) Kowland, b. i 

Vesper, Sept. 3. iS-^S, <1. Juiiiaia. Xeli.. Sept. i. 1S75; m. (_>) ( 

Chicai;(), 111., June 15. iS^j. Charles W., son of Charles (i. and • 

llarrielte P.. Smith, I). Center \'iIla.L,a', X. V., Oel. u, i.S-j.j. ', 
Child l)v tirsl niarriai'e ; 



Grace Mahcl. 1>. Vesper, Dec. -.■5, 1875: uiini. ; res. 1900, S. Omaha. 



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1071. I.\.MK.s W'.'* r>.\i!C()CK, son of Asa and Clenianline | 
"(Webster) I'.abcock (Asa. Christ<»i)her. William, J 

John. John. James), b. Leonar<lsville. X. V., Aui;-. 22, 1838; . 

res. 1900, (Iene\a. ( ). ; m. Leonardsville, Ani;'. jy, iSfx), Helen } 

M., dan. of Perrv W . and Annie (Coon) Clarke, b. Leonards- » 

ville. Xov. y, 1838. \ 

Child: .. . - . - ^- J 

Gallic K., 1). St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada, Apr. 10, 1871 ; res. I 

1900, Geneva. I 

1072. As.\ Bahcock^ Prkntice, son of Allen and Elizabeth \ 

(Babcoek) Prentice (Asa. Chrislo])her. William, John. e 
John. James), b. ]\'rsia. X. Y.. July 29. 1838; res. T903. \ 
North Lou]), Neb.; m. (i) Scott. X. Y., Jan. 11, 1805, Mar- i 
ion W., dau. of Gcorij^c S. and Aiuelia (^^laxson) (Ireene. b. ] 
Scott, June 3. 1838. (1. Adams Center. N. \'.. Au.ij:. 30- '875; ? 
m. (2) Verona. N. Y.. Mar. 14, 1877. Mary A., dau. of Dea- 
con Ira and Nancy (Perry) Greene, b. Verona, N. Y., Oct. 27, \ 
18^7. Xo children bv second marriac^e. i 
: Children: " ^ ! 

i Lucy A.,° b. Cliristiana, W'i.-;.. Aiicf. 6. 1867: res. lOO.?. Leonards- ! 

I villc. N. Y. ; m. Adams Center. Oct. 17. 1S88. .-Mfred T.. son of 

S. C. and There^^a (Clark) Stilhnan. 1). Scott. .-Xpr. I. 1864. Chil- ' 

I dren : Marion.'" Lucile. Carol. Hazel. j 

♦ Mary Louise, h. .^(lams Center, Oct. .^o, 1868; d. .Aiip. .v 1870. 

j Harry W.. D.D.S.. h. Adams Center. Oct. jr). 1S7.V. m. Alfred. 

; ■ N.Y.. Sei)t.. HXM. .Mice L Toop ; res. 190.1. Washington Avenue, j 

Lincohi Park, ^'onkers, N. Y. 
■'. Alfred Carlylc," NI.!).. 1). Adams Center. Feb. 18. 1875: res. X'ew 1 

York City: m. .Mfred. Jime 27. i8f)7. Lily. dau. of .Mtiel and 
; Margaret (Gilclull) La Forpe. h. New "N'ork City. M:ir. 16, 1875. j 

I Have one son, Carlylc La Forge," h. New York City. June 24, 

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I 1073. LoL•ISl^ K.^ B.VRCOCK. dau. of Christoplicr J. and TTar- 

rict (Button) Babcoek (Asa. Christopher. William. 

John. John. James), b. Irvine:. N. ^'.. Nov. 12. 1845 ; res. 1900, 

AVinfickl, Kan.; m. (i) Mr. Bowen ; m. (2) Francis G., son 



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of Liitlier and Polly (Randal) iVnvers. h. liarninny. X. Y., 
1838. I'lopriclor Arlinglun Hotel, WinlicKl. 
Chiklren : 

Dr. I'rcd. J. Bowcn. b. ; 111. Wiscdy. N. ^'., Ainaiifla \VIiiti;cy; 

1900 was Coromr at Mt. Morris, N. Y. 
Bessie l'uwcr>, 1), Soiitli I'ltiul, I ml., iX,%; res. K/xj, Wiiifitld. 

1074. Wii.i.i.s A.*" l>.\i!C(JCK, .son of Christopher J. and Har- 
riet (lUiltoii) 15al)Cock (.\sa, Christo|)lK'r, William, 

John, John, James), ]>. lr\in^-. X. Y., Mav i. 185J; res. i^cx^, 
Smyrna, X. \'.\ m. liuhhardsville, X. V.. Mar. 2S, 1S75, Ilar- 
bara ]\, dan. of I'ardon and i^meline (Murphy) Clark, 1j. 
I'.rookliekl, X. V.. Oct. 2, i^4Ck 
Child : 

Ilarriit, 1). 1 luliliardsvillc, 1876; in. K. C. Cook; res. 1900, Oneida 
Castle, N. V. 

1075. I'""k.\nk T*.^ Bahcock, son of Christopher J. and Har- 

riet (l')Utton) Inihcock (.\sa. Christoi)liei-. William, 
John, John. James), h. lr\inn. X. ^'., Oct. 8, i«'^54; res. 1900, 
Washinglt)!!, I'a. ; m. Wheeling-, \V. Va.. Feb. 4, 1880, Francis 
v., dan. of William and [uliana (Harris) Ivedman. b. Hone- 
oye Falls, N. Y. 
Children : 

Harriet L.. b. Foster Bronk, Pa.. I^ec. 16. 1881. 
Jessie, b. Washington, July 24. 1888; d. July 18, 1S95. 

1076. Hehmox l.^ PjAp.cock, son of Christopher J. and Har- 

riet (Button) ]^)al)cock (Asa. Christo])hcr. William. 
John, John. James), b. Irxini;-. X. Y.. June 6. 1856; d. S. 
Dayton. X. Y., May _'8, 1885: m. (i) V'illanova, X.' Y., Sept. 
29, 1875. Viro(|ua. dan. of Luther and Sarah J. Ames, b. 
Cherry Creek, X'. Y., June 24. 1855. d. Fine \'alley. July 5, 

; m. (2) Arkansas City. Kan.. Fina "S'oung;. Xo children. 

Children by fust marriai:;e : 

Nellie G.. b. Cherry Creek. Sept. 16. 1876; d. Kenerdsvillc. Pa., 

Aug. 4. 1877. 
Cecil H., b. Pine Vallev. Mar. 20, 1879; d. Cherry Creek, Nov. 24, 

1889. 

1077. Harriet'' Babcock. dan. of William and Harriet 

(PeltoiO Babcock (.Asa. Christopher. William. John, 
John. James), b. Pelerboro. X. Y.. Jan. 24. i8'")4; m. Leon- 
ardsville. X. ^'.. Sept. 8. 1885. Mcrton H.. son of Henry and 
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I'.isic 1.., 1.. nrookfuid, Sept. 22, ify<.s. * 

1078. Wii.i.fAM ().'* UiiKni:, son of Oliver rind Sarah Ann i 

(l>;d)0)ck) liechc ( Sanmcl, Samuel. William, John, I 

John, jamos), h. July 24, 1S3S; res. igoj, W'ooslcr, O. ; m, ^ 

Hartford, (."oun., Sci'l. S, iS/O, l'"ann_N- .\llyn Sill. • 

Children : | 

Juli.i, li. Ciiy:ih"i,'.i I'alN, O., M.ir. _'u. iKjj; in. Miniifsota, June \ 

27, 1</X), Kusscl 15. 'riiDiiipsoii. No diildnii (i<K'-'). i 
Elizal)clh, Ii. Ciiyaliuga l-'alls, July 20, iHjS; num. 

1079. Cii.xui.i'.s C.** 'J'.wi.ok, son of William and Mli/aheih ; 

( I'.ahcock ) Taylor (Samuel, Samuel, William, John. } 

John, James ), 1). l'':iyelte\ ille, X. ("., Dec. 25, i-^-l7: i'^'^- >'/^-. . 

J)urham, .\. ('. ; m. liillshor. >. N. C, X'ov. ^, 1873, I'-Iiz.ahcth, ■ 

dan. of llenry J\iehards, h. liillhhoro. (Jet. 23, 1850. 

Children, h. Durham : 

F.lizalKlh, 1.. 1-VI). \2. 1S77; in. T. C. Clink. 

.Sarah J., h. Sipl. iS, iS7(j. 

Kate T., i). I'Vi). g, iSXA. 

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(Babcock) Goodell (Samuel. Samuel. William. John, \ 

John, James), I). Middletown. Comi., Dec. 10, iS.^7; res. 1902, ^ 

93 Crown .Street, Meriden, Conn.; ni. Middletown. May 19, ' 

1875, (leorge A., .son of .Vhner and Lucy (Lunc^) Church, h. , 

Hartford, Conn.. May 11, 1847, ^^- Meriden, Sei)t. 13, 1898. » 

Children, I), and res. Meriden: f 

Rohcrt G.. I). M.-iy 2.4, 1877. • I 

Howard, h. Aup. 2i, 1881. j 

William B., I). Jan. 19, 1886. ' 

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1081. Wn.i.iANf Hexrv* Cii.\i'm.\x. son of William and ! 
Hannah (I'ahcock) Cha])man (Samuel. Samuel, Wil- ' 

liam, John. Jt>hn. James), h. Middletown, Conn., Au^-. 10, I 

1834: res. 1902, Middletown: m. (i) Middletown, .Xpr. 9. •, 
1855, Sarah C, dan. of Asahel and Sarah (Brown) Brooks, b. 

Hebron, Conn.. July 25, 1835, d. Middletown, Nov. 18. 1898: j 
iTi. (2) \\'heelin^-. \\'. \:\., |une is. 1900, Fdiza, sister of ("irst 

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Lila. b. Midfllctown. .^n.c^ 17. 185^); res. TO02, 200 W. (^\\\ Street. 
New York; in. Middletown. 1876, Edward, son of Anthony 
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1082, Makia T..*' Uahcock, dan. of Charles and Lavina 

(Goodrich) liahcock ( SaniiK-l. Sainiu-1, Wihiam, John, 
John, James), h. Colhnsville. Conn.. l''ch. 13. 1S49: res. 190J, 
Hillsdale, X. V.; ni. Collinsville, Sept. Ji, 1870, Myron W'., 
son of John and Sarah (W'estfall) 'riionipson. h. Chicopee 
Kails, Mass.. .\pr. ji. 1.S47, d. Hillsdale, h\-b. 13, iS(;.j. 
Children, h. Ct)llinsville : 

S;ir;(Ii 1.., 1). St pi. i.}. 1M71 ; res. ujoj, Hillsdale. 

Cliark> j., I). JiiiR' 1(1, 1X7.^; res. ic/jJ. ''-'i I'^ ifi_'<I Street. New 
Vork; in. Nov. i(), i.Si>S. Kama, <lati. oi I-Idward and Ophelia 
(Fkwellyii) (Jiiinl)y. I). Mt. Kisco. X. N'.. .Mar. >X, iS;-;. 1 

Vietia \l., 1). May J.S. 1S75 ; res. uyo2, Warwick. N'. V.; in. Car- I 

nicl, N. Y.. June 24. i.S()7, Rev. l-;iiiur. m.u of 'ihcin.is and Puily j 

(Downs) Count. I), lillenviile, X. V.. Dec. 5, 1.^)1. I 

Helen Alherta, Ii. IM). 15. 1S77; res. k/jj, CVaryvillc, N. Y. ; ni. { 

Hillsdale, Jan. 1. i-V. Wallace D., son of Benjamin and Hattie | 

(Barnes; O.strander, b. Jliilsdale, Oct. 27, 1873. 

1083, JosKi'ii ICdcak** Bacon, son (;f Joseph and Maria C Bab- 

cock) I'acon (Sanmel. Samuel, W illiam, John. Jcjhn, 
James), b. Middletown, Conn., I'eb. 11. 1842; res. igoj. 
Middletow n ; ni. 1 .on^nieadow , Mass., Oct. 13. 1863. 1 k-U-n 
A., dau of William and [ane Mann. b. M iildk-low n. Dee. 6, 
1842. 

Child, b. Middletown : 

Alice M., 1). May .4. iS(/): res. 1902, Middletown; in. Middletown, 
May 6, 1885, Cliaries II. Lewis, h. July 4, 1869. Has live cliildrcn. 

1084, Tiii£onoRE IIuui.iaiT'* Barcock. son of Samuel and 
Ellen L. (ITurlbnt) Babcock (Samuel. Samuel, Wil- 
liam. John. John. James), b. Middletown. Conn.. Ian. 20. 1845; 
res. 1903. 48 W. -roth Street. New York; m. (' i )" ][o1)oken. N. 
J.. Apr. 15. 1864. Nellie L. Cran-er. b. .\pr. 15. 1S47. d. Hart- 
ford. Comi.; m. (2) Xew York, June 3. 1873. Catherine If., 
dan. of John and Delia (Johnson) \\'il.son, b. England. Dee. 9, 
1844. 

Theodore B>al)cock was Suj)crvisor of the Twentv-seeond 
Ward. Brooklyn, 1881-2. Tic was Captain in the 13th Re.c,d- 
ment. National Cuard, N. ^'.. 1881-90, when he was promoted 
to Ordnance Oftieer, with, rank of Maior on staff of the 2d 
Brit^ade. Nation.il (^iuard. New ^'ork. which pcxsition he now 
holds. 

In 1902 he was Democratic candidate for Com^fess in the 
20th New Y(Mk Di.^lrict (Oran-e, Rockland, and Sullivan 
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Children by first wife: ' 

Helen Louisi-, li. Midilkt'iun. Conn., May 9. lfV)5; res. I<)03, 201 

T Street, N. W., WavliniKi'in. IX C. ; ni. ilridKeport, Omn., Oct. I 

27, iSSj, I'liilip N'., son of William and Ann Ui'i^il;""0 Kobin- f 

son, I). \Vilkesl)arre, Pa., l-VI). .'i. i8()4. | 

\.\(\2 I'rederiik II.,' I). .Mar. 2';. i.S()7; ni. Malie! IC. .Montgomery. I 

1463 Theodore II., li. July 3, 1S70; m. .Mar}.;aret A. iJaly. ! 

Child by sccijiid wife: | 

Mar^^aret 'I'lieodora, i). Feb. 14, 1X92. I 

1085. Akriirk IIknkv'* l>.\iKncK, son of Saimiel and Ellen \ 

L. (llurlbut) liabcock (Sanuiel, Sanuiel, William, \ 

Joini, John. James), b. Mar. _>o. 1849; '^- J'^'^- 20, 1898; ni. \ 

Dec. 18, 1873, I'"asl llarlford, Conn., lisllier lirewer, b. East \ 

Hartford, Jtme 14, 1848. \ 

Children: i 

Henry Arthur, b. M.iy 11, l87<;: res. 1<X'3, Mid(llel<.>un, Conn. J 

Lc Roy, b. Dec. l6, 1880; d. .Mar. 30, 1S89. f 

1086. Sami'i:!.''' P>.\hc()CK. son of Samuel and Ellen M. | 

(Carter) llabeock (Samtiel. Samuel, William, John, : 

John, James). 1). Middlelown. Conn., X(»v. i, 1863; res. 1903, ; 

Middletown : m. Durham, ("onu.. Get. 9, 1890, Ellen C, dau. | 

of Jerome and l^li/abeth R. (lIuH) John.son, b. Durham, Jan. > 

31, 1869. \ 

Children.!). Middletown : / 

Nathalie L.. b. .Mar. 24, iSf)2. ' 

Helen D., b. Sept. 2S, 1897. ^ 

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1087. ll.vKuiKT M.XTiLD.v'^ B.M'.cocK, dau. of John and Sally \ 

(Chamberlain ) Dabcoek (John, Josiah. Job. Job. John. ■: 

James), b. New Haven. Coim., Eel). 11, 1814 ( ?) : d. l^urham, ) 
Conn.. Jan. i. 1900; m. Xew Haxen. Edward P. Camp, of 

Durham. Children, b. X'ew Haven: Hcm-y L.. Mary G. (d. \ 

in infancv), Marv Ella. Harriet Babcock. M. W'. Wadsworth, . 

Edward P. ' f 

1088. John Nfavton" B.vhcock. son of John and Sally \ 

f Chatnberlain) r)abcock (John. Josiah. Job. Job. John. ;• 

Jaiues), b. Xew Haven. Conn.. May 18. 1816: d. Morcfan 1 

Park. Til.. Xov. 23. 1891 ; m. Durham. Conn.. Charlotte R. ; 

Broiuley. of Xorwich, Conn., d. Morgan Park, Jan. ( ?), 1903. t 

Children: I 

John Henry, b. Norwich, 1838. • 

Mary Caroline, b. Norwich, 1S39: res. 1903, Morjjan Park; m. \ 
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1464 EiiK-linc C," 1). 1\1j. jj, 1S42; in. Clarence E. Diillon. 

Gcorni.- I5ri)mky, 1). Xcw Haven, Conn., Nov. 11, 1X49; res. 1903, 

Morgan Park. 
Frederic, Ij. New Haven, 1S56: res. 1903, Chicago, 111. 
Wiiliain Hrnniley, 1>. New Haven, l85(). 

1089. IIk.mo' Cii.\.Mi;i:ki..\i.\'' J>.\15Culk, S(jn of John and 
Sally (Chanil)orlain) Babcock (John, Josiali, Job, Job, 

John, James), b. Xew lla\cn, Conn., .Vpr. 15, I1S18; tl. New 
Haven, Sept. 3, 1860; ni. (1) Maria Warner; ni. (2) Xew 
Haven, Dec. 12, 1841, Mrs. Mary K. ('J'li()ni])S(>n) Wells, b. 
Waterbury, Conn., 18H), d. Xew iiaven. May 9, 1878. 
Children, b. Xew Ha\en : 

1465 Kev. CliaiieN Heiuv." Ii. July 3. iH.)5; m. (l) lunily C. (Goodrich) 

Mead; ni. ( _' ) .Mrs. isal)'elie (Wo-xl) Brown. 
Frank Cliamherl.iiti, h. Mar. 17, 1847; d. Brooklyn, X. V., Aug. S, 
1901. 

1466 Mary JLniily, li. .Apr. 15. 1H55 ; m. .\ll>ert L. Nnrthrup. 

1090. J^Liz.MUiTii STiiLL.v** Babcock, daii. of John and Sally 

(Chamberlain) r>abcock ( [ohn, Josiah, Job, Job, John. 
James), b. Xew Haven. Conn., Se])t. 5, 182^); res. 1903. 322 
N. Grove Avenne. Oak I'nrk, 111.; m. Xew Haven, Jnne 9, 
1848, Henry Thomas, son of ( leorj^e and Clarissa (I^irmalee) 
Hart, b. (iuilfortl, lOnn., I'Y'b. 10, 1827. d. Guilford, May, 
1863. 

Children: 

Elizahclh, h. New Haven; d. Oct. 3, 1851. 

Henry Thomas, h. New Haven; res. liK>3. Chicago. III. 

Clara, b. Br(K)kIyii : res. i<K)3. Chicago; ni. Oct. Ji. 1879, George 

1)., son of George and .Mary (Griswold) C<Miklin. 
Mary, b. Brooklyn; res. 1903. Chicago; ni. May 24. 1883. I'red- 

erick W. Sandl)erg, b. Gothenburg, Sweden. 

1091. Im<.\nci.s TiiKKics.x'^ B.M-.cocK. dan. (if John and Sally 

(Chamberlain) l*.abcock (John. Josiah. Job, Job. b)hn, 

James), b. Xew Haven. Conn., Mixy 13. 1829; d. (3ak Park, 

111., Jan. 3. 1903; m. Xew Haven. Xov. 16, 1852. Frederick 

A. Vandenl)ini.ih. b. Xassau, X'. Y., Dec. 8, 1827. d. Chicago, 

■111., July 27, 1805. 

Children, b. Xew Ha\en : 

Mary. b. Sept. 19. 1853: d. New Haven. Aug. 8. 1854. 

Frederick Lvni.in. b. Julv 4. 1838; res. i<xi2. uo N. Oak Park 
Aveinie, ()ak Park. III.'; ni. .\II)ion, N. Y.. Mar. 2. }H<}4. .Mary 
Ci., (lau. of Janirs and Mary (Bosworth) Richardson, b. Sept. 
10. 1863. No children. 

1092. l\cv. Til 1:0 no Ri:'' B.xr.cocK, DO., son of Dcodatus and 

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! John, lames), h. liuffalo, X. Y., May 23, 1822; res. 1903, * 
221 (ireeii Street, Syracuse, N. Y. ; 111. Saratoi^oa Spriui^^s, ] 
N. Y., Oct. 7, i(S.j7, J':ii/.al)eth, dan. of David and Hannah '; 
(I'ayn) Nash, b. Watervhet, X. V., Mar. J 6, 1SJ3, d. Man- ; 
, hus, N. Y., Nov. 8, i8()5. j 
i Dv. l>abcock was ordained a deacon in tlie Protestant Epis- ^ 
I copal Church in 1847, and three years later advanced to the • 
l)riesth()od, since which time he has been Rector of the follow- \ 
j inu^ l'4)isc<»pal Churches in New ^'ork State: Charlton, Co- 
I hoes, W'atertow n, lludsnn, Oswego, M.aidius, and j.amcs\ille. I 
i He was Head Master of vSl. John's School at Manhus from r 
1875 to '81. J le has also served on many impcjrlant commit- • 
tees in the erection and ort^anization of the new diocese in ' 
Central New York. Since i<;oo he has hcM the very respon- 
sible position of Dean of St. Andrew's Divinity School, Syra- f 
cnse, N. Y. . 
Children : j 

Theodore, Jr., 1). Ballston Spa, N. Y.. Oct. 31, 184S. Secretary of .' 

Board of Civil ICxainiiiers. Custom I'louse. New York City; iinni. ' 

1467 Henry Na--li," h. Dec. 20. 1S30; m. Charlotte Morp;ari Stoddard. ( 

Lewis Waiiiwrif^ht," h. Ballston Sjta. N. Y.. Dec. t,, 1S52; d. New .' 

York, AiiK- -7. kxm ; in. \\'alert<i\vn. N. Y.. Sept. 3. 1878, Ger- f 

triide S., dan. of Ilcnry and Sarah Hastings, h. Tlieresa. N. ^'., { 

July 2.^, 1S59: res. 1903, Syracuse. Had one child, (jertrude | 

Sarah,"' h. .Xur. 28, 1879, d. Aug. 16, 18X0. | 

Mansfield, h. Colu.es, N. Y., Apr. 14. 18^5; d. Walertuwn, N. Y., 

Mar. 15, 1858. ' ( 

Elizaheth, h. Cohoes, l'\h. 19, 1857: d. Cohoes, Oct. 31, 1857. 

Charles Edward Payn, b. Watertown. N. Y., Oct. 7. 1858; ni. / 

Ithaca, N. Y.. June 4, 1S85. Lucy B., dau. of Charles and .NLirtha \ 

(Bartletl) Shack fonj. h. Lynn, Mass., July 24, 1857. They res. ' 

1903. 47 Norwood .Xvenue, Buffalo, N, Y, No children. » 

Mary, h. Watertown. Dec. 27. i8(kj; res. 1903, Syracuse. j 

Katherine McLean, h. Watertown, June 24, 1863; d. Watertown, 

Aug. 5, i8()3. ; 

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1093. Kcv, Jo I IX ITi^.XRv" IkMu-ih'k, son of Dcod.it us and 
Mary ( lline) l^abcock (John, Josiah, Job, Jc^b, John, 
Jaiues), 1). Piallston Spa, N. Y., Aut,'. ii. ]S,2(^: res. 1003, 503 s 

Minnesota .\vemie, Sioux h\ills. S. D. : lu. Trov, X\ Y., Dec. 
28, i8S3. Mari^aret .\., dau. of .\rchil)ald and Pollv Pierce, b. 
Troy, 1823, d. Mitclicll, S. I^.. Apr. 8. 1888. ' I 

He is a clcr!^-\-man in tlic I'rotcslant K])iscopal Church. 

Child: i 

George, h. Ball-ton Sp.i, J.m. 9. 1855: re-;. 1003. Fresno, Cal. ; lu. 
Irvingtou, Cal.. July 20. i8.'^2. Loniso Iv. (Um, of I-'dmiind and 
Lucretia (Polk) Cearley. b. Hot Si)rings, Ark., ^L'ly 10, 1856. No 
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1094. EmvAKU Dams'* J'.ai'.c(jck, sou of Deodalus and Mary 

(lliiie) I'.ahcock (Ji-»lin. josiali, Jnb, Job, John, 
James), h. I'.allsti.ii Spa., N. Y.. Mar. j(), iS^p, <1. New York 
City, Jnne 3. 1SS4; in. I 'hila(k'li)liia, N. Y., Sept. 20, i860, 
Sarali V., dau. of lit-nrv and iM.lclia (Barron) Danforth, b. 
Ballston Spa, Jnnc 15, iS^o; ros. 1903, i:)etroit, Mich. 
Chilihcn : 

Edward Daiiforlli. 1). Port Hciirv, N. Y., May i-', iSr)2; res. 1QC».?, 
IMiiladclpliia. N. Y . \ m. lMiila.l(.li)liia. June ii. iS<j3. Caiia I'.<-11, 
dau. of Clark and Caroline ( Steiiiiens) While, h. lMiiladeli)Iiia, 
Oct. 15. iS;-'. 

Gcorpe Worliiington, b. BalMon Spa, Uet. 8, 1866; res. 1903, 
Detroit. 

1095. Nao.mi^ 1'..\ih:o(K. dan. of Sanincl and Vhc\)c (Conch) 
l^abcock (Simeon. Simeon, Samnel, Job. J^hn, James), 

b. New York Slate. Jnly 27. iSoS; d. l':idora, la.. May 5, 
1884; ni. Bath, N. Y., Nov. 15, 1829, Simeon iMunian. 
Chiklrcn : 

Simpson, \>. Jan. i. iS.?i ; d. .\pr., i-'^.t.;. unni. 

Louise, I). June t), i8.u: <!• J'"'- '-1. '•'^•'^-; '" Calvin Carricl. 

Darius, b. Mar.' 24, 1837; d. Jan. 21, iS,/,; ni. Delia (Graves) 

Lewi,^. 
John M., b. Dec. 27, 1830; m. K. J. Conifer. 

Lura R., b. Mar. i, 1842; ni. bVank J. Bach; res. ]i)o.\. Eldora, la. 
Lorinda K., b. June 25. 1S44: d. Sept., 1S6,?, unni. 
Lodentia, b. Dec. 16. 1846. 

1096. RiioDA Ia'R.v^ Bahcock, dan. of Samnel and Phebc 

(Conch) Bahcock (Simeon. Simeon, Samnel. Job, 

Joiin, James), b. New York Stale. May 8. 181 i; d. Eldora, 

"la., AuiT- :?C». 1861 ; m. Nov. 23. 1831, Daniel F.. son of \Vil- 

liani and Sarah (Marshall) iLllsworth. b. Oct. 6, 181 1. He 

was Sheriff for Potter Connty. Pa., for a nnmber of years; res. 

1898, Eldora. 

Children : 

Mahala, b. Tunc 2;. 183.3; m. Sheldon S. Winchester. 

De Roy. b. "May 26. 1S34: d. Oct. 13. i8<)2; ni. Charity S. Wcstfall. 

Freeni.in D.. b. hdy 25. 183(1: ni. Mary Starkweather. 

Daniel V.. b. M.iy 13. 1840: d. Nov. 18. i8<-)2; in. Saloiua Bowman. 

Orlando M.. b. Oct". 17, 1844; m. .Mice Bainc. 

1097. SA.Mri;!.'' P>.\hcock. son of Samnel and Phebe (Conch) 
Bahcock (Simeon. Simeon, Samnel, Job, John, James), 

b. ^Tay 13, 1813:111. Emily l-'rink. 

Children : 

1468 Laura S..' h. July 11, 1842; m. (i) William P. Simpson; m. (2) 
Jesse B. Knight. 



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1469 LincMlii, 1). Aui,'. 2J. 1.S3S; III. l-.lVii. V. Lackt-y. 

1470 Shiriclan, b. May 7, i.'^t)-'; m. Emma L. Wclirman. 

1098. Aaron C'orcii"^ I'.ahcock. son of Saima-l and IMicbc 

(Couch) Ijal)cock (Simeon. Simeon, Samuel, Job, 
John, lames). 1). Dalh, X. \ ., Oct. 2<;. 1S15; res. 1902, 
Corienne. I'lah ; m. Ixonia, Wis., Nov. 14, 1S47, Matilda 
Men.lell. 
Children : 

riui-lx.- A., li. Sciil. 14, 1S4S; m. r.duiii R. lla.llcy. 

Mary 11.. 1). \\\\^. -'4. 1S50; d. Sci.i. -'4. 1S31. 

Ida '.\l., I). May J<). iH:is; d. Sojit. J<). iSsf.. 

Wdlard. I.. Jvdv J. 1S59; d. Jan. S. iS(sS. 

I'earlme I'.lla, 1). AwM. 14. i^^x'". '"• l'-<Kvard Spciucr. 

Matilda, 1). Mar. s, |S^)2; d. Dec. 23. iS(>.v 

1099. J'j.iz.M'.KTH C.** P.Ai'.cocK. dau. of Samuel and Plicbe j 

(Couch) I'.abcock (Simeon. Simeon. Sanmel. Job, / 

lohn. lames), b. Dryden. X. ^'., Oct. 10. 1817; res. 1896. j 

Eldora, la. : m. Tios^a. Pa.. Oct. 2. 183^). Daniel, .sun of .\aron j 

and Hannah (Howe) Furman. d. Fldora, June 14, 1888. | 

Children : \ 

Horace II.. 1). Ajir. 17. iS.^io; d. May 8. 1892: m. Theresa R. Ricd; J 

res. 1902. Eldora. He enlisted Sept. 12. 1S61. 2d Rci;iment. Fcnn- f 

.sylvania Infantry. Volunteers: discharged Dec. 20. 1S63. Re- 1 
enlisted ne.xt day, I03tli Tennsylvania Infantry, \'o!imtecrs. Pro- 

moted to Corporal and Sergeant. Mustered out I'eh. 22. 1S65. [ 

Alanson \V.. h. Jan. 25. 1842; d. June 19. i«'^»2. unut. ) 

Hannah, h. .Apr. 8. 1844; re^. ii)02. Garden Trairie, la.; -m. Einery | 

K. Howe. .'■ \ 

Aaron H., h. Nov. 7, 1S45; d. Nov. 14. lR<'l. I 

Amos D., h. Mar. 20. 1847; d. .Mar. 16. 1859. \ 

Junias A., h. .Xpr. n. 1850; d. Eeh. 6. i8,"<8; m. .-Vnna Walker. "^ 
Ernest M.. b. Mar. iS. 1853; m. Belle .Aekerman. 
Alice I., b. June 21. 1853; d. Ecb. 25, 1864. 



1100. r.i-THiAu'' Babcock, dau. of Samuel and Phebe 1 
(Couch) P.abcock (Simeon. Simeon, Samuel. Job. 

John, James), b. l^ec. 14. 1819; m. Milan. Mich.. Jime. 1845. 
Edward A. Smith. \ 

Children : 

Almond, b. Nov. 10, 1846: res. 1002. Tappan. N. Dak. f 

Melvin. b. Mar. 25. 1830; res. \ijf02. Muir. .Midi. 

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1101. IIkxry Clay'' Baccock. son of Samuel and Rachel '■ 

(P.urhite) liabcock (Simeon. Simeon. S.'imuel. Job. 
John, James), b. Waterl..,). X. V.. Sept. 17. i8_>8; res.^1902. 
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1852, laullia C. (l;m. of Ivi'iihcn aiifl Ilamiali (Monrc) lluil- 
biit, 1). Xfw ^'"l■l^ SlaU-. May 31, |S_*(). 

llciiiy Ual)C(ick ciili.slcd al J-'oikI dii Lac. Wis., Scj*!. 19, 
1864, C"(>iii|)aiiy r.. ill llic War <>f tlic l\cl)clli(»n. ^crvini;- I'iciii 
i8C)4 to iS()(). 1 U- was prnmntcd Xov. 30. liSO^. Id l-'ir.st Lieu- 
tenant, iJlIi I'. S. llraxy Aililk-rw lie was a carpcnler hy 
trade, a lumher dealer in Liiunln, Xeh., and a dealer in agri- 
cultural implements. 

Childien : 

1471 Stcpluii Iv,' 1). I'M). 14, 1S54 ; 111. Ava Kaufman. 

ClaiciKf 11./ I) \\ aiipuii. \\i^., May S. 1856; res. 190J, 2349 Vine 

StrtHt. IJiiivii : 111. (i) ]l\a IJi.i^ford; in. (2) Mis.s Utl ; ni. 

(.-?) Carrii- M. W'odtl ; m. (4) .Malinda . 

Waller ScoU," h. Waupuii. Apr. (>, iS()j; res. l^}o^. 2342 Rare Street, 

Deiuer; in. Nov. jO, 18X4. .Mary Je;in, dan. of Lewis and .Mar- j 

garet (Ciilroy) (iorli.ini. Cliild : Carrie .X..'" I). Dec. 2. 1885. 
Hattio K.,' 1). Watipiin. Nov. 22. i8i')4; res. igoj, 2361 Vine Street, 

Iknver; in. Denver. .'Xntj. 15. 1889, Albert, son of Williani and | 

Sarah (IJitjwood) Seelirist. h. l-Veejinrt, 111.. Oct. 30, i8')2. lie is i 

a dealer in electrical supplies. No children. 

1102. Si.MK(i\'* B.xr.cocK, son of Samuel and Kachel (P.ur- . 
liite) l.iahcock (Simeon, Simeon, Samuel, Job, John, | 

James), 1). Avoca, X. S\. July i. 1S32; d. Manistee, Mich., i 

Jan. 3, 1896; m. June 11, 1863, Sarah, dau. of Joseph and 
Sarah (Jarvis) Reynolds; res. 1902, ALanistec. 

Simeon was First Lieutenrmt. ist Wisconsin Infantry, three 
months. Mustered out n\ ith regiment. 

Children : 

Frederick R.. b. May 4, 1865. 

Robert, b. Milwaukee, Wis.. Apr. 13, 18(^)8; in. Kathleen Winn, 

Mar. 18, i8<)6; res. 1002. M.mi^-tee. Mich. 
Ella L., b. Milwaukee. May 2. 1870. 
Helen Slav, b. Milwaukee, j^lay 2, 1870; m. Aug. 11, 1896, Earl W. 

Dow. 

1103. IIi:ttv Ann^ Babcock, dau. of Samuel and Rachel 

(lUu-hite) r»al)Cock (Simeon, Simeon. Samuel. Job, 
John. James), b. Vernon. O.. Sept. 10. 1841 ; res. i()02. 2600 
Michio'an .\\enue. Chicag'^ 111.; m. Dec. 2y, 1865. Milwau- 
kee. Wis.. Sanuiel V>. Martin, d. .Vug. ti. 180^1. 

IL'ul five children: Elmer li. ; \\'ilton W.. m. Kale I. Di.xon; 
Sanuicl. Jr. ; Walter, and ^Marion E. 

1104. TiTU.s r..'^ P>.\r.cocK. son of John and !NTarium ('.Stone) 
Rabcock (Simeon, Simeon, Samuel. Job. John. James). 

1). June 20. 181 I ; (1. Hastiuij^s. Xeb.. Feb.. i8()2; m. Dec. 24, 
1840, Maria Dailey. d. .\dams Gnnity. Xeb., May 16, 1877. 



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Julia S.. I). An^., \i<.\2; m. A. H. I'owfii; res. iqoj, lla'tiiips, Neb. V 

Kiissil, 1). Die, iS.|5: 111. I'lrda Uiissi-l ; rv>. hx)j, Hastings. i 

Carlos, 1). May, iS^ci; in. ami irs. k^u, in Denver, 0>I. i 

Nillie 1).. 1.. Jul)-; 1S36. I 
Elisa, I) (,)ct., |XS7; III. S. P. lluwlaml. IJulh res. 1902, Juniata, 

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1105. Joii.N .Smiiii^ r>Ai;c'()CK, .^on of John .'md Mariuiii 

(Stone) 15aI)co(.k (Simci'ii, Simeon, Saninel, Job, , 

John, Janie.s), h. ]>alli. X. ^^, June 30, 1813; <1. Dundee, v 

Mich.. Dec. 30, i«S.S(); ni. Painted l\)st, N. Y.. June i.;. 1-^35, ' 

Jane 11.. da.n. of Thomas and Xancy (Hale) I'demini;-. b. j 

Painted Post. d. Dnndee. i8gj. ' I 

Ciiildren. h. Dumlee, Mich: , 

Albert ]l., b. June Ji, iS.^6; res. 1002, Beatrice. Neb.; ni. Pawnee ; 

Citv, Neb.. Jeancitc Derbois, b. Atlanta, Ga., d. Jk-atricc. .Sept. 18, \ 

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Laura,* I). Alar. u. iS^,^; m. Dniulei-, Oct. u. 1S70. J'lini, son of . 

Cyrus ancl .Mmiia Parsons McPiride, b. Villanova. N. Y., July 7, • 

1831. Cbiidren, b. Dundee: Nettie,'" b. Ajir. 2, 1880, res. l'"orcst- i 

ville. N. v.; Grace J., twin, res. Dundee. i 

George D., b. Dec. 28, 1848; res. 1902. Toledo, O. ; unni. \ 

1107. Oli\i:k'' P).\i?cock, son of Simeon and Lydi.'i (Smith) ♦ 
Babcock (Simeon, Simeon. Samuel. Job. John, James), \ 

h. Nov. 19, 1813; m. Sept. 2. 1838. Elizabeth Frink. Had ^ 

six children: iMiiily, Slei)hen, Dauphin, Lemuel, Simeon, and * 

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1108. Oi-ivi;*^ Bat-cock. dau. of Simeon and Lydia (Smith) j 
Babcock (Simeon. Simeon. Samuel. Jul). John. James), )■ 

b. Nov. 9. 1819; (1. Sabins\ille. Pa.; m. John \V. Sawyer, d. 
Potter County. Pa. ' j 

Children, b. in Tioi^a and Potter Counties. Pa. : ] 

Lydia C. b. ; d. T-aiisinii. Pa.: ni. .Aaron Scboonniaker. 

.1472 Jane M.," I). Aup. 13. 18.^4: ni. (1) '1'. S. Boyd; m. (2) Joel Dick- 
ens; in. (3) Georpe M. Diinmick, . 

Delana, b. ; in. Abrabain Bass. 

Sally K.. b. ; res. 1902, Lansing; ni. (i) Wells; in. (2) 

William Durant. 

Martba. h. : res. Sabinsville, Pa.; m. George Roberts. } 

Albert W., b. . 

Susan D., b. -— : res. 1902. Sabinsville. I 

Adelaide, b. ; d. Pcnn.->ylvania ; in. ^^esle^. ' 

1109. SiMKON^ BAnrocK. son of Simeon and Lydia (Snn'th) 
Babcock (Simcoti. Simeon, Samuel. Job. John, lames'), 

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Minn.; 111. Tioj^a Cnunty, Ta., 1\1).. i<^-|S, Sarah Jane-, dan. 
of Daniel and Svisan (lower, b. LX'C. 1 1, i8jy. 
Chiklrcn: 

Briicc, li. Sal)in>villc, Pa., Ft-l). ii. 1S40; ri-s. ujoj, Wrlh, Miini. ; 
111. Blue I'.aith City, Mimi., Mania Codk. 

1473 Viiila ()," I). Dci-. .^o, 1S51 ; 111. I'liiiKa^ R. Taylnr. 

1474 Susie !•;., I). July Jt). l^^5'|■. m. Tln-ixlorc J. narliui. 

Icl.i May, 1). Nov. 11, i^^>): ris. n/)-'. WiiiiicbaKo City, Minn.; ni. 
Wills". CliarK> \V. W i>c. 

IClVio, I). S.iltmsvillo, May .V lS()_'; n-s. i<X)2, Wells; iii. Wells, 
I'lliiuT ivi-iniiifilon. 

Lewis luLsoii," 1). Kdilu'sii-r, Oct. S, iSf'q; res. }()OJ. llrwitt. Minn.; 
111. Wisconsin, Oil. 24. i«^;5. J^lixahelli. <lan. of T. liansoiii. 1). Nor- 
way. I'Vi). 22, |S7_'. Ciiildnn. h. WilU: .MiWIrcd K.,'" h. Aug. 12, 
iS<^7; KavmoiKl L.. 1). Mav _»J, iX<)0. 

I'.lton, li. .Xpr. If). iSf)-; d. Wills. J.m. _'i. 1S71. 

Orvis S., 1). Wills. Sipl. 30, 1S74; ri's. 1</)J. .Slayton. .Minn. 

1110. IC.Nos'^ IkMhock, .son of Simeon and L}-dia (Smith) 
liahcock (Simeon. Simeon, S.amnel. Joh. John, James), 
b. Bath, X. ^■.. \..v. 16. i.Sjv. d. (i<.ld I Jill, Ore., fx-c. 27, 
1890; m. Tiooa County. I'a., 1S44. .\l)l)y J., dan. of Gcorjre 
and Sarali (I'crman) liuyler. 1). 'l'i(>L;a County, June 3, i8j8, 
d. Webster. S. Dak., Oct. 17, 1889. 
CliiUhen : 

1475 Wiliiicnia A.." h. May 4. 1846; in. James K. Webster. 

Lydia. h. June 29. iS.jg: <1. Thoii), Kan., Aug. 21, 1866; m. Dec. 
25, 1874. John De Lack. 

1476 Clar;i .A., h. July 26. 1S5'): 111. Lucius I'.ell. 

Annie M.. h. Rochester. Minn.. Sept. 8. 1850; d. Brooten. June 19, 
1901 ; ni. Rociiester. July 4. 1877, Frank Ucvcrcau. 

Georgia ^L^y. h. ; d. young. 

Edith, li. ; d. voung. 

Stella Maud." h. Rochester. Apr. 8. 1867; res. 1902. Gold TTill. 
Ore.; in. (i) 1883, Isaac N. Blakely ; 111. (2) Jacksonville, Ore., 
Aug. 10. i8()i, Joel, son of John and Catherine Stover, b. Dec. 22, 
1855. Child: Vernon R.'" Blakely. b. Thorp. Wis. 

Jcs.sc. b. Rociiester, Jan. i, iSC><): d. I'.aglc Bend, Minn., Aug. 6, 
i8()7. 

Florence, b. Rochester. Aug. 21. 187^: res. }C)02. Montevideo. Minn.; 
m. ^^ontcvideo, Oct. 9, 1901, Walter CosgrilT. 

1111. S.AK.Mi'* Babcock, dau. of Simeon and Lych'a (Smith) 
Bal)Cock (Simeon, Simeon. Samuek Jol), Jolin, James"), 
b. Tioga, Pa., .Vpr. 30. 1827; d. Dexter. Minn.. Oct. 13, 1888: 
m. TioG^a, Jime, 1845. .\ns(^n \\'arren, b. X'ew York City, July, 
1823, d. Clymer, Pa.. Apr.. 1851. 
Chil(h-en, b. Clymer : 

Clarence, b. : res. 1'K12, Minneapolis, Minn.; ni. Dunkirk. 

N. Y.. Cora L. Smith, b. Dunkirk. 
1477 Oscar C.' b. Oct. I. 1850: 111. Ida L. IT.irtwell. 

Arthur P.. li ; res. Brownsdale, Minn.; m. Austin, Minn., 

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1112. ]',KTsv Ann'* liAiicocK, dan. of Simeon and Liberty 

(luninan) IJabeocU (Simeon, Simeon. Sanniel. Jul). .• 

John. James), 1). Caines, J 'a.. Oet. i. 1846; d. De Solo, Wis., ^| 

).an. (k i<;(i-'; m. De S<.lo. Mar. 22, lSCl^. William M., son of ir 

Sewall and I'luehe (lloyl) (Jreen. b. Dansville, Vt., May 10, Jj 
1838; res. J 902, De Soto. 
Children, b. De Soto: 

Chcstrr. 1). Mav .1. i.'^<>5; <I- i^^l>t- -'• '^'^'''^• 

Nellie. 1). I'll). _'5, iS<Hj; res. i(jo2. llarltcui. Munt. ; m. Dc Soto. 

Dec. 26, iS<)4. ). L.. .son of \V. (J. and Nollic (Milkr) iJavi.s. I). 

June 6, i8()<). r- , ,• 

Clarence, h. .M.iy -'A, 1S71 ; re-. n/^J. C;.irn>un. Mont.; m. Soldiers 

Grove, Nov. iS, h/h), l.aiira (luardner, 1). Soldiers Grove, Oct. 3. 

Alfred, 1>. Sept. Jy, 1S74; res. lytjj, Garrisun. 

1113. John l)."" l].\ncocK, son of Simeon and Liberty (Fur- 

man) liabcock (Simeon, Simeon, Samuel, Job. John, 
James), b. Sept. 17, iJ^Si; res. 19OJ, ^Lai(len Rock, Mont.; 
m. Jiuie 30, 1875, ivosia (ireen. 
Child: 

Harvey, 1). Sei)t. 6, iS-y. 

1114. Andukw'* I'.M'.cocK. son of Stephen and Sophia (Car- 
nahan) P.abcoek (Simeon. Simeon, Samuel, Job, John, 

James), b. Steuben County. X. Y., ^lay 24, 1825: d. Kldora. \ 

la., July 10, 1899; m. (i) TMkes Mills. Jan. 4. 1852. lantha \ 

A., daii. of John and Eunice (Smith) Carriel. b. liroome j 

County, N. Y., Mar. 4, 1830, d. June 8, 1873; m. {2) Mary \ 

E. Garrison. i 

Andrew enlisted in Tio^a County. Pa.. Company D, 57th '^ 

Pennsylvania X'oluntcer Jnfantry. served in Virq:inia; mus- j 

tered out Mar. 29, 1863. ^Lned to Minnesota, thence to i 

Eldora. Li., Pan., 1868. I 

Children : | 

1478 Vernon E..' I). Oct. 8. 1852; ni. Anna Thintcr. V 

Eunice S.. b. Oct. 10. 1854; res. 1902. 714 E. Adams Street, Spring- 1 

field, 111.; unm. 7 

Lawrence W.. b. June 3,0. 1856: res. IQ02. Rocky 1-ord. Col. i 

Jobn S., b. .Xug. iS. 1858; res. 1902. 1421 Morris Street, Cbcycnnc, ^ 

Wvoniing *4 

Andrew H.. b. May 4. i8()o: res. 1O02. Rocky I'ord : iinin. Vi 

lantba .\.. b. I'"eb. 26. iS(>4; ni. Lawrence Similar; res. 714 E. || 

Adams Street. Springfiebl. 
Bertie K., b. Mar. 11. 1SO6. Missionary in J.ipan ; res. 1902, Aomori, 

Japan. 

1115. P,ri:i. IItnt'* Paiicock. son of William and Perlie 
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James), 1). liatli, X. \'.. June iS. 1S23; res. 1902, W'illard 
State llnspilal; 111. lialli, Xov. 1, i8_|8, Ciissy J., dau. of 
David and AIarL;aicl (Michaels) Decker, b. Newl)urf,di, N. Y., 
May 10, kS_'3, d. W. Hay City, Mich., Mar. 31, i8(>o. 
Chihhen : 

Eugene Ji-fTrcy,' b. I'aiiitid I'usl. X. V., Oct 31. iSsi ; res. IQ02, 
Lockport, N. \'.\ m. (".iikv.i, X. V.. Oct. 7. iSSo. .XniiaR. Wil- 
son, lie is rectur of (lirisl's I hurcli. Lockiioit, .\'. V. Tliey 
have (iiie <l;iiiKliler, .Marjoiie lUll.'" Ii. (iraiul Rapids, June I. 1KS3. 

1479 Otis II.," 1). Oct. 31, i^!?! ; ni. .Susan lUake. 

1480 Ida Jane, !>. Sept. 23, 1S57; ni. l"raid>; !•". Cole. 

1116. \\'ii,Li.\.\i IIk.nrv*' l).\r.c:()CK. son of ]oh and M]\y.:\ J. 

(Mc(ire<;-or) liahcock (Job. Ichahod, J( 'hn, Jol), John, 
James), h. .\lhur14. \'t., June 21, 1S.43; res. 1902, IJiawalha, 
Kan.; m. Alhuri;, Jan. i. 1866, Ceha A., dau. of Nathan 
and Lois (lla/cn) Kinsley. 1). .Mhur.i;-. Sept. 14, 1841. 

William Uahcock served three years in the Civil War, ist 
Vermont Artillery, 1 rtli Vermont Vohmteers; was wounded 
at Cold Harbor, Va. He and his sons are farmers. 

Children, b. Hiawatha : 

Fred E.. b. l'"eb. 2, 1S70: rc^. 1902, Iliawatlia: ni. Dec. 12, 1897, 

Annie Klinifeltre, b. Hiawatha. .Mar. 17, 1870. 
Burton, b. Sept. 8, 1872; res. H)02, Hiawatha; ni. Norali, dau. of 

Josepli and .Mary (Beckct) K(^gers. 
Lois J., 1). Jan. 7, 1879. 

1117. PiiiLViiK L.'' B.\ncocK, son of Ichabod and Mersula 

(Soles) Ilabcock (Job, Ichabod, John, Job, John, 
James), b. Portland, Mich., Oct. 20, 1846; res. 1902, Park- 
man Place, l^t)rchcstor. Mass.; m. Patton, Canada. .Apr. 26, 
1871, Sarah Jane Bright, b. Smton, Canada. Jimc 24, 1850. 
Cliildren, res. Dorchester: 

Albert, b. Sutton. Canada, Jan. 23, 1872; m. Boston. Nov. 27. 1895, 

Jennie Powell. 
ICditli .Xnne, b. Aug. 21, 187 ^ 
Ethel Louise, b. Oct. 26. 1878. 

1118. S.\u.\n .\si:xi:tti^ P.xr.cocK, dau. of Tchabod and Mer- 
sula (Soles) P)abcock (Job, Ichabod, John, Job. John, 

James), b. .Mburcr. \'t.. Oct. 29, 1856; res. 1902, Sutton. 
Quebec; m. West P.roome. Oucbec. Oct. ir. 1874. Ransom 
J., son of HarnicMi and Fannie ( l^urkce) Parsons, b. Sutton, 
Canada. Dec. 29, 18^1. 
Child: 

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1119. JCmma Soi'iiiA^ l'>Ai{c()CK, dan. of IdialxKl and Mcr- 
sula (Soles) I'.ahciKk ( jol), Icliahod. John, Job, John, 
James), h. Alhitrj;-, V'l., Sept. u, l'^.S-'^; res. HjOJ, J5 I'ark- ' 

man Street, norehester, Mass.; ni. T.oston. Mass., Sejjt. 6, 
18.SS, Lewis Howard, son of Tliomas I., and Mary K. ( Shel- 
dcn) l,o\ej(>\', h. Keadini;. Mass., Jan. lo, 1S3.S. - • 

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1120. 1 ] i-..\m''* Ii.M'.iotK, son of Tliomas and Saphrcjnia ( 

(Harrow) Uahcock (Joh. Icliahod, John, job. J(jhn. , 

James), h. Alhnri;. \'l.. May -M , iSjcS; res. 1902, .St. Albans, \ 

Vt. ; m. St. Johnsbnry, Vt., Ans;-. 4. 1880, Adele C, dan. of * 

HoUis and .\rininda ( Spraj^ue) Stiles, h. St. Johnsbnry, Dec. ^ 

8, 1854. i 

Henrv Dabcoek is a farmer; was f^)rmerlv a teacher, havings 1 

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lau<;ht thirty-live terms in jjnblic schools, academies, and j 

seminaries. | 

Children: | 

Artluir, I). ,\II)iirg. .Sept. 29, 1882. 

Arminda Stiles. 1). St. Alhaiis. Mar. 3, 1886; d. St. Albatis. Mar. 8, 

1886. I 

Rodney Wliittcniore, b. Milton, Vt., July jj. i8<x3. 1 

1121. Phrrin Dwight'* Ijaucock, son of Thomas and Sa- f 
phronia ( Darrow ) liabcock (Job. Ichabod. John. Jol). \ 

John, James), b. Albtiri;-. \'t., Jan. 25, i860; res. 1902. 304 ■ 

E. Winnifred .Street, St. Panl, Minn.; m. Aug^nsta, Wis.. ; 
Oct. 15, 1884, Ella L., dan. of Harvey S. Barnes, b. West 
Point. Wis., Mar. 10, i8r)4. 

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(Darrow) liabcock (Job, Ichabod, John. Job. John. 
James), b. .\lbin\q:. Vt.. Oct. 5. 1861 ; res. 1902. 329 Wash- 
in.o^ton Street, Dorchester. Mass. ; m. Albnri^, Mar. 8, 1883. 
Carrie Augusta, dan. of Sylvester and Jane (Call) Chese- j 

broui^h. 1). Constable. X. Y., Mar. 29, 1863, d. New Boston. 
N. H.. Jan. 5. 1895. *. 

Cliildren : 

Cyntliia IC. 1). .MUniR. June 19. 188;. * 

Howard Leslie. 1.. Mancliesler. N. II.. Oct. 15. 1888. 

Hnmld O.. I1. Manchester. Dec. 15. 181^. "' . 

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1123. jdiiN W'ksi.kv'' r.Ai'.cocK, son (.f l'>.ia and Julia 

(Spoon) llabcock (Job. IclialxKl, John, J(^b, John, 

lames), b. Albuii;. \'t., Xov. 25. 1S54; res. i«)02, Oshawa, 

bnlario; ni. (J^(iensbnr,t,^ N. Y., Dec. 29, i8Sc). Augusta J., 

dau. of John Dickie, b. (,)sba\va, Oct. 4, 1856. 

Chihhen : 

KriK-st F., I., lliirkc. N. Y., Doc. 17. 1S81 ; d. iS«j. 
ICula Nhiv, 1). r.iukL-. Mav <). iSS.V 
Haiolcl A., I). Osli.iwa. July 8. i^)S. 

1124. W'li.i.iAM ArsTiN'' Baijcock, son f»f K/ra and Julia 

(SiK)on) liabcuck (Job. Ichabod, John, Job, John, 

James), 1). Albnrt;, Vt.. Au.ir. n. i860; res. 1902. Oshawa, 

Ontario; m. Malonc. N. Y.. Mar. 15, 1882, Carrie Iv, dau. of } 

Darwin and Tryphcna Williamson, b. Malonc. Sept. 8, 1859. 

Children : 

Grace. 1). Burke, N. Y., Apr. 26, 1885. 

Mabel. I). Aup. 15. i8.%. 

Floyd A., b. Malonc, June 19, 1892; d. 1892. 

1125. Illizabktu'' P.aucock, dau. of IC/.ra and Julia (Spoon) 
Babcock (Job, Ichabod. John. Job. Joim. James), b. 

Alburg:, Vt., Sept. 13. 1862: res. 1902. Burke. X. Y. ; m. 
Burke"; Jan. 26, 1882.' George 11.. son of William D. William- 
son, b. Malone. X. \ .. June 29. 1854. They had five children: 
Roy, Robert, Mae, Floyd, and Elizabeth. 

1126. JosKiMi Carletox*^ Babcock, son of Ichabod and 
Kmil)- (Boardman) Babcock (Ichabod. Ichabod. John, 

Job, John, James), b. Alburg, Vt.. Oct. 15. 1829; d. Feb. 24. 

1899": m. (i) South Hero. \'t.. May 3. 1851. Jane Rose; m. 

(2) Little Prairie, Jan.. 1883, Mahala Sherwood. 

Children : 

Orcn \V.. b. Troy Center. Wis.. Mar. 14. 1853: d. Sept. 14, 1855. 
Emma Jane. b. .\pr. 10. 1855. 

Carlton luipene. b. Weyauwepa. Wis.. Aug. 25, 1857; res. 1902, 
Troy Center ; m. Edilh Babcock. 

1127. Ciiristopiii:k'* Babcock, son of James and Tx»is 

(Ross) r.abcock (Christopher. Christie] >her. Cieorgc. 
George, John. James), b. Westerly. R. 1.; d. Buffalo. X. Y., 
b. -^ — ; m. i'.uffalo. Fucy. dau. of George and Charlotte 
Valentine, b. Lincolnshire, I'jigl.nul. d. Buffalo. Sept, 21, i8()r). 
Four children: Fdward, deceased: Charles: Alfred, deceased; 
and Olivia, who res. 1902, 174 Whitney Place. P.uttalo. 



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1128. I.\Mi:s Ross** I'Ar.cotK, smi of jatiK's :m<l I.nis; (Ross) 
Jlahiock ( ( 'hristoplKT, C'lirisioplicr, (jCori;e, GcorL^c, 

John. lanics), 1). Westerly, R. I., jtily _•(). i.Sij; d. I'Vciiioiii, 
. N. ^'., 1 )oc. _'i, I'^y)'; \ 111. Coliocioii, X. \ ., JiiiK- 4, j8^^7, i 

Ruth, (lau. of Asa ami I"'aiinic (Crawford) ThiUips, h. Cohoc- 
toii, Aut:^. iS. iSkj; res. 190J, I'rcniont. f 

Chilihcii: I 

l'"sllKr J.. I). Coliocton, June 3, i8.to; d. July 30, 1841. « 

1481 Mnryrtlr," 1). Nov. _v, 1S41 ; m. John M. Kc-lU-y. 

1482 llarricl 1'.. it. .Ajir. 5. iS^.j; 111. (.'.irlo^ (1. l.nwcll. 

1483 W'illi.im \\'., 1). .May Ji, iS.|(); 111. Ilanirt 1 k-lincr. 
Edwin r., 1). Aui;. u, 1S31: il. ImciiioiU, An^- i". i^;.S: "'■ l-"tlic 

Hardsell, !>. Juik' _'.), 1876. Tlu'v h.ul Iwn cliildnii, I'"raiik and 
I<ay. 
Staiiloi) CIiarKs," li. I'lfinont, Jan. 4. 1859; ni. Cinisteo, N. \ ., 
Nov. 24, 1881, .\larv, dan. of Tlionias and Klizaln.lli .Xconil). b. 
S. nansville. N. V.. Dec. 27. 1855. Cliild: Harrison L.,'" b. 
C'aslilc, S(.[»t. 20, 1887. Tlicy res. Haskinville, X. Y. 

1129. l'.i-;.\j AM iN^ R.MicocK, son of James and ] -ois (Ross) 
J^ahcock (Christopher, Christo])hcr. (jeorL;e, (ieorge, 

John. James). 1). ; d. Aurora. 111.. hVh.. I.Sqj; ui. Co- 
liocton. Susan Darner, d. .Aurora. He moved from New York 
Slate tfi Illinois about 1870. 
. Child: 

Sarah, I). ; ni. Frank Ireland. Had three children. 

1130. \\ii,i.i.\M Cii.\.Mi'io\''* r.AiHOCK, son of James and 
Lois (Ross) Ijahcoek (Christopher. Christopher. 

Gcoro'e. Georoe, John. Jatues). h. Coh(jcton. X. ^^. iSj/ ( ."') ; 
d. Buffalo, N. Y.. Jan. 3. iQor ; m. Buffalo. 185.V Ruey. dan. 
of Silas and Rucretia ( Miller) R.urton. h. Buffalo. Jan. 3. 1832, 
d. Buffalo. Dec. 3. 1901. 
Children : 

Gertie, d. age 16; Jennie, njic 14; Bertie, ape o; Eddie Ross, 
age 6 nios. All died of scarlet fever, Jan., 1875. 

1131. CiKoRc.i': A.** St.wtox. son ^^^ AfarlhorriuiL;;!! and Mar- 
tha (Hazard) Stanton (Martha, d.ui. of (icorffc. Jr.. 

and Martha [I'alu-ock] ll.iz.ard) (Christopher. Gc<H-.i:e. 
Gcor<Te. John, James), h. Charlest<n\-n. 1\. 1.. Jan. _'4- 
l8o(); (1. \\'esterl"y. R. I.. Feb. 4. i8()4; m. (i) Mar. 8. 1835. 
Catherine, dau. of William V. Sands, h. R.lock Island. Xov. <). 
1813. d. Sept. 30, i84r. : m. (_') June 5. 1848. Sarah M- 
Brown, of Stonin,i;ton. h. July \C^. i8j2. d. .Apr. \C\ 1840. Reft 
no child. M. (3) Feb. 14. 1837. BridL;et Babcock Browninj^^. 
b. Charleslown. Jan. 10. 1832. 



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Cliiltlrcn Ijy first w iff : 

Nailuuiicl (i.. M.l).. 1). Block Isl.iiul. R. I.. July 8, 1S36 (?); res. 

i(/j^, Ncwi)ort, R. 1.; uiiin. 
Kate "SaiuU. M.l). 1). Ai-r. i. iX.^X; re-,. i.k).V N'<.w Vcjrk City; uuiu. 
Mary Klizal.clli, 1). I'd.., 1^.41; d. Jan. 17, i.S(;7; 111. Xallian Hale, 

of I'roviclciicc. 
Giorgc A., Jr.. b. June- 18, 1844 ; res. i(>o.?, Wrciilliain, Mas?.. ; m. 

Harriet AUlricli. uf Wrtiitliani. 
Martha U., b. 1845; «1. yoiiii},'. 
K. I-rank. b. Sept. 20, iiS.|(); m. Mi>s Harris, of rrovi<lciioe ; res. 

lyoj, rrovidciice. 

Cliildicii hy lliii<l wife: 

Martha 1'.., h. Oct. _'_>. 1S57: <1- yiinj,'. 

Harriet 1'... h. i'\h. 12, iS5«); res. Kjo.^. Westerly; iinin. 

I'.inny 1'., b. Oct. 16, iX()i ; uniii. : re>. 1<KM. Westerly. , 

Annie L., b. Jnnc t,o. 1SO4; ni. Aii^- -'S. i.S.S<>. l)aniel. .s(-n of Chailcs i 

anil ICIi/a (Cotlrell) Chaniplin. She res. 190.?, Hyde I'ark, Chi- 
cago, 111. 

1132. ALi'.Kur^ ]i.\i;cocK, son «.f Kdwin and Olivia (Ca<ly) 

Babcock (kowsc. Rouse. (Icorge, (io.ri^e, John. j 

James). 1). Westerly, R. I., Dee. 5. 184S; res, icpo, I'nni- 
deiice. ]v. I.; in. .Xorwich. Conn.. June 9, 1881. Sarah P., dan. 
of Isaae Ji)hnson, h. Xorwich. 
Children, b. Providence: 

Frederick 11.. b. Mav 14. i^S6- 
Harold i'.. b. Jan. iS, iSSX. 
Donald S., h. Mar. 19, 189^). 

1133. Row.si:'' Ij.m'.cock, son of Horace and Ahhy J. (Cross) 
I'ahcock (Rowsc, Rouse, Geijroe, Cieors^e. John, 

James), b. Westerly. R. 1., An"-. 30. 1844; d. Xew York City, 
bet. 16, i8(;(); m. P.altimore. Md., Apr. _'_'. t8C,8. Kate. dan. 
of S. Lewis and Kmeline Mnnoer; res. 1900, Kanona, N. Y. 
Child: 

Jane Cross, b. May 10, 1875; res. 1902, Kanona; m. Rev. Arthur 
R. Teal. 

1134. n.\NN.\ir'* IIap.cock. dan. of ITorace and Abby J. 

(Cross) I'.abcoek ( R<^u se. Rouse. George, Geort^^c. 
John. James), b. Westerly. R. T., Nov. 7. 1850: res. 1902. 
'5000 VVoodland .\venne. Philadelphia. Pa.; m. Westerly, Jan. 
24. 188:;. Rev. William M.. son of James R. and Helen M. 
(Richmond) Groton. b. Waldoboro. Me., Nov. 28, 1850. 

Rev. William Groton is Dean and Professor in the Episcopal 
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Children, \>. W'cslci ly : 

Natli.-mirl, h. J;in. 19, 1SX5. 
Juhn M.. b. July 14. 1S87. 

1135. lloKACK lloiiAUT^ Rahcock, SOU of Ilomcc and Abljy 
J. (C'ross) n.'il)C()d< ( Rowse. Ruwsc. (Icorgc, George, 

Jolm, James), b. Westerly. K. 1., Mar. 29. 1854; res. 1900, 
Westerly; ni. Dec. 10, 1S.S4, Ahhy J., dau. of J. 1 lohart Cross, 
b. Westerly, Sept. J J. |SC)0, d. Westerly. June (), 1S99. 
ChiMreii, b. We.sterly : 

Horiuc lloharl, 1). Nov. -JO, 1885. 
RowbC, li. I'Vb. 22, 1S87. 

1136. ArGL's-iA*" r.Ai'.coci-:, dau. of Jobn and Marllia O. ' 

(Rand) IJabcock- (l)a\id, David, David, (leorge, John, ; 

James),!). I'tica, .\. ^'.. I'eb. 13. l^^(^>\ res. njoj, \Villou,L,diby, '• 

O. ; 111. Willoui;bb\'. Aw^. i(). iS()4, Cliauncey W., son of ^ 
Augustus and luiielnie (Cooley) Wicker, b. W-rnionl, Dec. lO, 

1835, d. Willougliby. Dec. 10, 1890. J 

Children : | 

Sliennan A., b. Bridgeport, Vt. ; res. Willoiighby ; in. Apr. 27. • 

1887, Estclle J. Bocbe. { 

Augusta, b. Duquoiu, I'\l). 27, iiS68; res. 1902, \\'illougbl)y ; ni. ^ 

Carlos F. Smart. ! 

George C, b. July 31, 1866; d. Duquoin. 111., July 3, 1867. ? 

Cliarles A., b. Nov. 20. 1870; res. 1902, Willougliby ; m. Paines- 1 

ville, Apr. 7, 1893, luiilli Wade. K 

1137. Mary^ Babcock, dau. of Jesse and ^^aria (Morgan) | 
Babcock (David. David. David. George. John. James). 

b. Utica. X. Y., Sept. 22, 1832; d. St. Cloud. Minn.. Jan. 11. j 
1903; m. De.xter. N. Y.. June 19. 1855. Joseph G.. son of 

Levi and .\daline (Cory) Smith, b. Jefferson County, X. Y., i 

May 15, 1833; res. 1903, St. Cloud. 1 

Children, b. Watertown. X. Y. : j 

EdnuMul Heardsjee, b. Mar. 24. 1856; res. 1903. St. Cloud. He is ; 

Casbier of the First National Bank of St. Cloud. I 

George IV. b. Oct. 24, 1S59: res. nx^_^. Los Angeles. Cal. ; m. Minne- 
apolis. Minn., 1889, Laura Mitchell. "i 

1138. William'^ Barcock. .son of Jesse and Maria ( Mor- ', 
gan) Babcock (Da\id, David, David. Cicorge. John. I 

James), b. De.xter. X. Y.. June 2(). 1S48; res. iqoj. T5oulder. | 

Colo.; m. Denver. Colo.. Apr. 1875, Mary Blake, b. Wis., d. \ 

B(ndder, Sept. 17, 1878. 

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Children, b. Boulder: 

Gaylord D.. 1). May 24. 1876; d. Oct. 20. iR<)8. 
Howard, b. Nov. 21, 1877; res. 1902, Gold ImlKI, Cal. 

l':.M.M.\'* l-..\i;c()(K, (Irm. of (;coi<,a> and Kniily (lirown) 
Babcock (I)a\id. David, David, George, John, James), 
b. Wheeling, III.. Apr. j, iS4(j; res. 1903. 10206 Longwood 
Avenue, Chicago, 111.; ni. \\'aui)un, Wi.s.. Dec. 28, 1871, 
Horace E.. son of Hiram and Mary (Ilurd) Morton, b. Xc\v 
York, Dec. 20, 1843. See page 46, description of tankard. 
Children, b. Rochester, Minn., cxcejit first: 

George Terry, b. Waiipiiu. Aw^. 25, 1873. 

Susy M., b. Jan. J3, 1S76. 

Jessie, b. .Xii^. 25. iS7(). 

Helen, b. Apr. 25, iX,Si ; d. Oct. i, i88i. 

Horace R.. b. Dec. 25, 1885. 

Hiram T., b^Apr. 25, 1888. 

1140. Perry I1.\rkixc:ton^ li.MJCOCK, son of Almon and 
Mary (Collins) Babcock (Perrv. Jonathan, David, 
George, John. James), b. Ravenna, O..' Jan. 2t,, 1816; d. 
Cleveland, O., Apr. 15. J897; m. (j) dJc 21,^843, ^larie 
Hurd, d. July 16, 1882: m. (2) Caroline Baldwin. 

I'erry Babcock was a merchant in Ravenna from 1846 
to 1853. He removed to Cleveland in 1853. and was scnicjr 
partner of the wholesale grocery firm of 'Babcock, Hurd & 
Co. until his death. 

Children : 

George II., b. Sept. 17. 1844; d. Nov. 15. 1887. 

Cliarles b. Jan. 28. 1853; m. Jan. 13. 1875. Sarah K. Ilolloway. 
Ihey liave three cliildren : Virginia. Lila, Georgia. 

IHl. Alhhrt^ B.mjcock, son of Almon and Mary (Collins) 
Bal)cock ( Perry, Jonathan. David. George, John, 
James), b. Ravenna, 6.. Sei)t. 12, 1824; res. 1902, R'oots- 
town, O. : m. Aurora. O.. Apr. 26. 1854, Betsv. dau. of Reu- 
ben and C. (Lewis) .\very. b. Aurora, May 30^ 183 1. 
Children, b. Rootstown : 

John F..» b. Apr. 30. 1855; res. Ravenna: ni. Ravenna. Dec. 6. 

1877. Celestine C. dau. of Tobias and Maria Hoover CoofTman 

b. Berlin. O.. Feb. 21. 1853. 
Adnlaid,-' b. .May 21. 1857; res. IW2. Ravenna: m. Rootstown. 

Oct. 30. 1878. Kel>ie S.. son of Bela and Eli;^aheth (Hutchins) 

Wing. b. Loui<ville. N. Y.. Jan. 10. 1852. Child: All)ert K..'" 

b. Sept. 12. 1871;. 
Mary C. b. J.m. 20. 1850; res. Clevelantl. O. : ni. Rootstown. Dec. 

24. •f^79. Cliarles D.. son of David ami Elizabeth (Davis) Hughes 

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Martha M., h. July 15, 1861; n^ i'/jj. Ravenna; in. Ravenna. 
Mar. 21, 1SS8. Letter J., sun of ll'iiiy and ICIIin (Davis) G-jod- 

dard, 1). Aumra, O., July 2U. 1K59. Xo cliihlrcn. . 

Janncttc Marie, li July _', iS').|; res. \if)2. Kaveinia ; iniin. I 

Josephine J»..' 1). June i<>. iS<).S; in. Knuistow n, July 3. |S<;_'. Charles ? 

A., son of 111. .mas and ICIIen Unfiles Clark, b.' Oct. 28, 1866. ' 

Child: Ila/el I';.,'" h. July jO, iSoj. [ 

1142. J*;.M 1:1.1 XI-. I'j.iz.x'* P..\r.C()(K, (lau. of l-ldtmind and Leu- < 

ra (I'alcs) liahcttck ( rcrr\'. [(tuallian, l)a\i(l. (jcorjj^e, ' 
John, JaiiK's), 1). I\a\t"iina. C)., Oct. _'S. 1SJ4; res. I\a\'cnna; 
111. Kavcnna, William L., son of William and I 'oily (Bur- 

roug^lis) Coolmrm. I). Slialcrsville, O., Aug. 29, 1818, d. Ra- 4 

vciina, Mar. 3, 1888. , 

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Edmund 15.. h. Shalersviile. Dec. 12. i'^45 ; res. \\y02. New Albany, » 
Ind.; n). New .Mbany. :\nt,'. lO. iS'S2, Sarah I'l. McCurdy. 

Horace Clinton, b. .Slialers\ illc, .Sept. «;. 18.48; res. 1002, fludson, , 

O. ; m. Atlanta, ().. fuly ^. 1X7'), Ida N., dan. of .Samuel and i 

Clarissa (Stre.ator) I'ricc, b. Dec. 22, 1839. « 

Leura A., b. Oct. 1. 1S30; res. 1902. Ravenna; m. Ravenna, Jan. i 

19. 1895. Charles H. I'orter, b. Orani^c. .Ma^s., June 5. 1850. ■ 

l-lliza P., b. R.ivcnna, I-Vb. 3, i8C«; d. Mar. 25, \'^^. i 



1143. ]1.\rrii:t C^ IImjcock. dau. of ICdmund and Lcura j 

(liatc-s) ]^)ahcock ( l^crrv. Jonathan, David, Gcor.c^e, t 

John, James), h. Ravenna, O., Jan. 8, 1827; ics. 1902. New 
Castle. Pa.; 111. (i) Luke Sawyer; m. (2) Ra\enna, Jan. 5, 
1853, Jackson 1^. Carrin,i;tuii. * 

Ciiildren, b. Raxenna : 

Nettie, b. May 23. 1858; m. Oct. 17. ia<^3, John S. Whitla; res. 

1902, .Mliance. O. Have 4 dau.chters. } 

Jennie, b. Sej)!. 5, 18(0; tl. July 9, 1874. \ 

1144. ICtiian Elijah** B.\mcock. son of l-'dmund and Leura 

(Bates) Babcock (Perry. Jonathan, David. Geori^e. 
Joiin. James), b. Ravenna. C, Dec. 18. 1828; res. 1902, 
Chester. La.; m. Wisconsin. .Apr. 17. 1854. ^L^ry, dau. of 
Henry and Xancy (I'"arland) Tumbs, b. Rome. N. Y., July 
2"/, 1832. 
Children : 

Edmond 11.. b. Ravenna. J.an. 25. i'^35; res. i<)Oj, Chester, la.; ni. 

Prestf.n. Minn., I'lu-be Jones. - 

Kate M.. b. Ripon. \Vi<.. July ir. 1839: d. Ripon. I 

Hertha O.. b. Ripon. Sept. 20. \i>i^^: res. \(yo2. Lime .Springs, la.; i 

ni. York, Minn.. J. .A. Phifer. , 

Helen V.. b. N'ork. Mar. 23. 1S72: res. i()<)2. Chester. 
Elmer V .. b. ^'ork. Dec. 8. 1875 ; res. 1902. Chester; in. Chester, 

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1145. Claka X.'^ IIaihock, dau. of (Jeor.t;c ami l-'li/alK-lh 

(Clark) J'abcock (Dcni.son, Jicncdict, David, (icorj^e, 
John, jaincs), b. New JIarlford. N. V., Oct. 31, 1X65; res. 
1902, 853 Gcncscc Street, I'lica; m. New Hartford, June i, 
1887, I'^rank C, son of Henry and Caroline (Clark) 0^<!en, 
b. liinglianUon. N. \ ., I*"eb. u, i86_'. 
Cliildrcn : 

Klizal)ctli, 1). July 29, 18K8. 

G«ort,'o H., 1). Sept. 17, iXoi. ' 

Henry B., b. Aug. 15, l^jL). 

1146. A LICK C.** P.Ai'.cocK, dan. of Giileon C. and IMicbc 

(Noyes) IJabcock (Gideon, Gidec^n, Da\id, Geor^^e, 
John, James), b. Homer. X. V.; res. 1902, Xin.ti;-ara Falls, 
N. Y. ; m. Homer. Xov. 9, 1870, J(^hn W., son of James and 
Eli/^a (Whitney) Trolt. b. Xiat^ara Falls. 
Two children: Alice A. and John W'inslow. 

1147. ]\Iarv A.^ Collins, dau. of Stephen and Mary (Bab- 
cock) Collins (Gideon, (iideon, David, Georj^e, John, 

James), b. New Woodstock. X. \., May 5. 1832; res. 1902, 
Rochester, Minn.: m. Xew Woodstock, Mv^. 3. 1S58, Harri- 
son W., son of Kufus and Mary (Brown) Garrett, b. Xelson 
Flats, N. Y., May 6. 

Children, b. Rochester: 

Francis M.. 1). ; res. 190J. Corpus Cliristi, Tex.; m. Rochester, 

Lillic Adams. 

Jlarry W., I1. ; res. i<)OJ. .Mice, Tc.x. ; ni. Frances — — . 

Herbert N., h. ; res. u)02. San iJiego, Tex.; ni. Ada French. 

CHfTord, b. ; d. Alice, 1900. 

1148. I^^'rank Henry'' Barcock. son of Harrv C. and Har- 
riet M. (Crandall) P.abcock (Richard. Gideon, I^avid, 

Geori^c. John. James), b. W. Edmeston. X'. Y.. Dec. 7, 1851 ; 
res. 1902, Tndianap(^lis. Ind. ; m. De Ruyter. X'. Y., X'ov. 30. 
1869, Nancy M.. dau. of Daniel and .Anna (An.s^ell) Bindick. 
b. Cuvlcr, X^. Y. ; res. 1902. 22 Upson Place. Rochester. 
N. Y.' 
Child: 

Clyde," h. De Ruyter. Juno t6. 1S71 ; res. \(yo2. Rochester; ni. 
Rochester. Oct. 10. 1X04. I.tiah. dau. of F.dwin and Luah (Tirant) 
GrilTin. b. July 18. 1S7J. Have one child, Anna L..'" b. Sept. \(k 
1900. 

1149. Kliz.\'' Nivrn, dau. of Robert and Elizabeth (P.ab- 
cock) Niven (Asa, Gideon, David, Georij^e. John, 



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James), 1). Montrose, I'a.; res. 1902, at 1S7. Court Street, | 

I'inj^haniton, N. V.; 111. Syracuse. X. V., May .S, iXSo. W'il- ' 

liam A., son of iLdwin and Marcia (Pliilips) McKinney, b. | 

Coopcrstown, X. ^'. | 

'J'liey had txso children: IChxahelh. d. youn^cj, and Charlotte, ? 

b. June, 18S6. j 

1150. I'^KKDi-.KitK Stanton'' W'ick.s, son of I-ldward and \ 
Mary (r)ahn>ck) Lynde Wicks (Asa. (lideon, David, | 

Cicorge, John, janies), b. S\i"acnse. X. \., Apr. 25. i^^i ; res. { 

1902, 20F Cireen Street, .Syracuse; ni. Chicai^;!). J|].. .\pr. 24, | 
j88c), l.ily M., dan. of John and JuHa (Monkcjii) Doane, b. 
Tliompson, Conn., Sept. 3, 18O5. 
Cliil(h-en : 

Stant(Mi 1)., 1). Chicajro, III., Jan. .j, iS9_'. 
Ikiillilt, 1). CIiioaRo, .Apr. 16, iS*;;. 
John 1)., 1). Syr.icusc, July iS, 1897. 

1151. Edward Xo^ics^ W'kstcott, son of Dr. Amos and ! 
Clara (Inibcock) W'estcott ( .\sa, Ciideon, David, | 

George, John. Janies), b. Syracuse. X. Y., Sept. 27, 1846; d. ' 

Mar. 31, 1898; ni. June i i, 187.^. Jane 1 )o\vs. d. Jan. C). 1890. \ 

In 1898 he wnHe David IJaruni. In Jan., 1902, there had \ 

been sold 530,000 copies of the book. 1 

Children, b. Syracuse : I 

Harold, 1). ; res. Texas; nnm. « 

Violet, I). ; res. New York Stale; iiniii. f 

Philip, h. ; res. Black Hall, Coim. j 

1152. Mary ICliz.mjktu'* Bahcock, dan. of Edward and ; 
Rhoda A. (Trowbridge) Babcock (Asa. Cideon, Da- 
vid, George, John, James), b. Syracuse. X. Y., July 24, 1848; ' 
res. 1903, 83 Remsen Street. Brooklyn, X. V. ; m. r>rooklyn. 

May 21, 1873, E.dward li., son of John and Mary (Stiles) 

Thomas, b. Cortland. X. V., Aug. 4. 1848. i 

Edward Beers Thomas was appointed U. S. Judge ' 
of the Eastern District of Xew York, Eeb., 1898, by Presi- 
dent McKinley. ♦ 

Children : ♦ 

Katherine.' 1). UroDklyn. Vr]). 26. 1S74 ; re<. x<yi2. 14J Willow Street. 

lirooklyn ; in. I'.rooklvii. Nov. 24. iS<)7. William H. Cary. Chil- i 

drcn : William 11." 1). Nov. o. i8<>S; Ivlward Thomas, b. Nov. «^ 

30, l(K)i. j 

I'.dward S.. h. ^^ar. \2. 1H76; res. i<K)J. 83 Keinsen Street, ■ 

Rrookhn ; unm. ; 

William K.. 1). IXe. u. 1877; d. May 17. 1SS7. I 

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1153. CnARM.s LvM;i:'^ r.AUcocK, son of Edward and 
Callicrinc (I.yndc-j liahcock (Asa. (iidcon, David, 

George, Jolm. James), b. Syracuse. N. Y., Mar. 23, 1855; res. 
1902, 140 Rcmsen Street. Lrooklyn. N. Y. ; m. \Vortendyke, 
N. J., Oct. 15. 1884. Hester, dau. of Cornelius and kaclicl 
(Hopper) W Ortendyke, b. WOrtendyke, Nov. 10, i860. 
Chikhen : 

Charles L., 1). July 28, 1886. 
lIcKii W'., 1). July 22, 1889. 

1154. Aic;usr.\ Wicks'^ J*)Ai;cock, (kui. of Eclward and 
Catberine (Lynde) l>abcock (.\sa, Gideon, David, 

George. Jobii. James), b. Ib-or.klyn. X. W, Xov. .j. 1861 ; res. 
1902, 5039 Wasliinuton .\ve., C'liicago. III.; m. (i) .\pr. 26, 
1882, Cyrus P.. son of Jbyaic and ICH/.abetb (IJuckley) Smilb, 
b. Jan. 30. 1859. d. .\Lir. 20. 1895; m. (2) Nov. 1, 1898, 
James A. Ostrum. 

Cldkben by lirst marriage: 

Eloisc B.. b. Aug. 18, i&8^ 

Cyrus Porter. I). h\h. 15, 1886; d. in infancy. 

Kallicrine L., \t. July 22. 1887. 

1155. 1m)\v\ri) Howard'' Ijaiicock. Jr., son of Edward and 
Catberine (Lynde) Babcock (Asa, Gideon, David, 

George. Jobn. James), b. Brooklyn. N. Y.. Oct. 29. 1863: res. 
1902, Bay kidge. Brooklyn; m. Brooklyn. June i. 1893, 
Alice, dau. of Tbei^dore and Clara A. (Cory) Talbot, b. 
Providence, I\. I.. June 11, 1S68. 
Children : 

Edward Howard, Jr.. b. Aup. 12, 1894. 
Olivo. b. Feb. 28. 1897. • 

Emily, b. Nov. Ii, 1900. ' 

1156. l^ev. M.M.Ti'.iK Dankxport" Bakcock. D.D.. .son of 
Henry and Emily M. ( Maltbie) Babcock (.Asa. Gid- 
eon. David, (jeorge. Jobn. James), b. Syracuse, N. Y., Aug. 3, 
1858; d. Naples. Italy. May 18. 1901, of Continental fever; 
m. Pougbkeepsic. N. Y.. Oct. 4. 1882. Katbarine l']., dau. of 
Hon. Jolm P. and Sarali (.\nderson) Tallman, b. Pougbkeep- 
sic, Aug. 9, 1857; res. 1903, 3 CoU)nial Place, ]*ittsburg. Pa. 
No children. 

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hotli with honors, lie was a incnihci' of ihc U])silon Fratcr- 
nit}' and llic IMii Ikla Kappa Society. lie i^raduated from 
Auburn 'J'heolo^iea! Seminary in May, i8Sj. troint^ directly 
to the l-'irsl Preslnterian Church of Lockporl, X. \' . \n 1887 
he went to the Jhown Memorial Church of Hallimore, Md., 
and in 1900 to the I'rick Presbyterian Chinch in Xcw York. 
lie was a man (^f remarkable ability, and had <;reat popularity 
as a pulpit orator both in luiltimore and New \'ork. 

1157. llow.xKi) Novi:.s** PiAiicock, son of Henry and I'juily 

(Maltbie) P.abcock ( .\sa, (iideon, Da\i<I. (ieor.i^e, 
Ji)hn, James), b. Syracuse. X. \'., Oct. 7, 1S60; m. ']\>rrin<^- 
ton, Conn., I'eb. 7, iS(SS, Cari)line C.. dau. of Xorman and 
Sarah (Comslock) I.;ithn>p. ]>. 'rorrin|L;ton, Sej)!. i _J, iHCxj; 
btith res. 190J, 3 Colonial Place. PillsburL;, Pa. 
Children, b. Syracuse. N. V.: 

Howard L. ; M;illl)i(.'; I'lirin. 

1158. Ai.ici". L.'' P)Ar,corK', dau. of (■ie<M-t;e and Abby Ann 

(P)i'own) Pabcock ( [nnalhan, Jonathan, Jonathan, 
Gcorj^e, John, James), b. Ashaway, P. 1., A])r. 4, i85(); d. 
Apr. 26, 1896; m. Ashaway, Feb. 14, 1880, Jolm G. Campbell. 
Children: 

Bortha. b. Dec. 18. iSSr : d. .Apr. u. 18S2. 
Alice T.. b. Apr. 20. 1883. 
Ellen, b. June 17, iS8t. 
- Alfred, b. Aug. 16, 1888. 

1159. Si'.'^AN M.'^ CoTLD, dan. of Thomas A. and Esther 

(Pabcock) Gould (Pclen-, Pelcq-. Hc/^ckiah. Geori;e, 
John, lames), b. S. Kin<;-ston, R. 1., .\pr. 22, 18^1 ; res. 1902. 
Wickford, R. 1.; m. Gould. R. 1., Dec. 8. 1867! Rowlan<l R., 
son of Rowland and .Anna (Ilolley) Gardner, b. S. Kingston, 
Dec. 10, 1846. 
Children : 

Anna 1'.. b. S. Kinc:ston, Mar. 26. i86<:); re;. 1902, Cranston, R. I.; 

ni. J. M. Cornell. 
Florence M.. b. Cranston. M.nr. 5. i87t ; d. Nov. 24. 1874. 
Susan, b. Oct. 15. 1S73; d. Mar., 1878. 
Manila, b. Nov. 24. 1875: res. i()02. Cicnild. K. I.: ni. .\pr. 3. T'X5I. 

Cbarles. son of John and Mary (Nichols) Sweet, b. July, 1873. 
Millard T., b. Oct. 8. 1878; res. 1002. Cran-ton; in. Dec. 10, i^JO. 

Maud R.. dau. of Georcte and I'.velvn Rose. 
Waller, b. Dec. 2(). 1880. 
Willard. b. Dec, 26, 1880. 
Harold R , b. Mav 8, 1887. 



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1160. S. I-'kanki.in'' J;aik:()CK, sou of rk-ori;c ami Mary 

(Cal)oonc) In'ihcock ( Miliaii. I'ck'L;, llc/.ckiah, 
Gcorj^c, John, James), h. kiclimoiid, K. J., Dec. lO, 1870; 
res. KJOJ, Slociimville. K. I.; 111. Slocumville, Aw^. 21, 189J. 
Annie, dan. of Tlionias and Mary (Cooper) Watson, b. SIo- 
cnnnille, Ang. jo, 1869. 
Child: 

George Thomas, h. Slocuiiu illc, Fel). iS, 1897. 

1161. l'j)\\Aia) r,KAi)|-()Ki)'' r..\i5cocK. SOU of Ceorc^e 1*". an<l 
Mary (Calioone) liahrock (lalian, IVle.i;, llezekiah, 

George. John, James), h. Richmond, R. I., May 19, 1876 res. 
1902, l\oslin(lalc, Mass.; m. Carolina, R. 1., Xov. lO, 1898, 
Carrie M., dan. of W'illi.am an<l ir.arriel (At wood) Collins, 
1). Woodvillc, R. 1., Nov. 6, 1876. 
Child: 

Donna Collins, 1j. C.Trolina, Aug. 19, 1900. 

1162. Gkorgi^ IIazaiu)'' P.ahcock. son of ITexeki.di and 

Hannah (Hazard) Babcock (Hezekiah, Caleb, Heze- ! 

kiah, George, John, James), b. Wakefield, R. I., Aug. 10, i 

1845; res. 1902, Rollersvillc. O. ; m. Franklin, Pa., IDec. 20. | 

1875. Alice I., dan. of Col. Cornelius and Isabellc (Craig) j 

Houser, b. l.^ast Sandy, Pa.. July 28. 1854. | 

About 1875 George Babcock was in the oil business at 
Penn, later renK)ved to Rollersville. 

Children : 

Richard Hazard,' h. ^Tonroeville, Pa.. June 27. 1S77; res. R<iIIcrs- ; 

vilie: 111. Kcntnn, O.. Dec. 0, iSr>9, Lcttie K.. (lau. of \ViIIir.in 1 

and Harriet Criioinas) Lloyd, h. Ada. O.. Jnly 31. 187Q. Roth 
' Richard and hi.s wife arc graduates of the Ohio Normal Uni- 

versity. Child: Evonelle,'" h. Rollersvillc. Jan. 17. 1901. 
Earl Allen, b. Friendship, N. Y., Apr. 20, 1882; res. 1902, ^ 

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1163. JoHX K.'* Babcock, son of John and Mary (Perry) 

Babcock ( Hezekiah. Caleb. Hczekiah, George, fohn. 
James), b. Wakefield. R. T.. Oct. 7. 1858; res. 1902. Wake- 
ficKl : m. Peacedale. Iv. T.. Feb. jj, i8()0. M.arjorie. dan. of 
George and Kate 11. ( Dickrav) Ixodman, b. Peacedale. Feb. 
29. 1868. ' j 

Child: I 

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con) llahcock ( j-^lislia. Sinic-oii, ICIislia, (icorj^c, lolin, 

James), I). Sc|)l. 16, iSji ; he was lost at sea; 111. May 13] 
1847, Il<-'iiric'tta r. Kcfiioy. 
Children : 

Mary ICII.i, I). Apr. _>. 1X48. 

GcorKc l'.." h. M.-i) 5. 1S34; 111. I,(,is A. Matlir<(>n. Jan. 24, 1S76. 

Tlioy had three chil<lriii : (Iracc."' Daniel, (uor^'i'. 
Herman V., !>. Jan. jj. 1857; m. Catlicrinc T. .McWilhams. 
Virginia, U. :\\v^. i, 1859. 

1165. iiui.OAir'^ liAi'.corK. dau. of Daniel and Mary (Wil- 
cox) Jiahoock ( I'Jislia, Simon. I^lisha. (icorj^a-, John. » 

James), 1). diarlcslown, K. ].. .Vpr. 26. iSjO; d. CJld Mystic, 1 

Conn.; m. Westerly ( ?), K. 1.. Oct. 6, 1844, Amos H.", sf.ii > 

of Benjamin F. and .\my ( I.andphere) Taylor, h. J.ynn, I 

Mass.; res. 1902, Old M}stic. . , '- ' j 

Ciiildren : .• '• ' I 

Anna, b. Stoiniij^ton. Conn.. Aur. jo, 184^1; res. K)02, .^q Baldwin ' 

Place, Yonkcrs. N. V. ; 111. June 7. i-^77. Arthur Parton. .' 

Lilhc, b. We.stcrly. R. I.. Oct. 24. 1848; res. 190J, Old Mystic; m. • 

Apr. 16. 1872. Simon Gallup. ' ^ 

Daniel A., b. Grolon. Conn., Sept. 22. 1852; d. Westerly, Jan. 5, ,' 

1900; m. N'ov. 15. 18X0. Hannah, d.iu. of John and Harriet (Bab- 4 

cock) CundcU, b. Mystic. Conn., July 2y. i8si ; res. 1903, Potter i 

Hill, R. I. 

Adrian B., b. Sept. 26. 1854; d. Oct. 31. 1855. \ 
Henry B., b. Ciroton, AiiJ^r. 16. 1857: res. Uf02, Riverpoint. R. I. ; 

m. 1878, Emily, dau. of Elisha and Lvdia Landpherc. 

- Huldah M.. b. Stoninpton. Dec. 18, 18^9; res. 1902, 5746 Madi- ' 

son Avenue, Chicago, III.: m. Oct. 16, 1883. Frederic E. 

Dewhcrst. • 

Matilda A . b. Mar. 16. 1863; d. Jan. iS, 1S68. i 

Amos B., b. May 29, 1867; d. Oct. 6, 1868. | 

1166. JosKPii 11.*^ Babcock, son of Simeon and ^^ary (Bab- 
cock) Babcock (FJislia. Simeon. Elisha, Gcorq-'e, John, 

James), b. Hopkinton, R. I., Sept. 15. 1832; res. 1901. 40 
Moore Street, Providence, R. I. : m. Marv. dan. of [oseph and 
Sarah (Hnlin.n:) Barber, b. K. Greenwich', R. I., Feb 6 iS^v 
Child:. 

Charles F. b. Charlestown, R. I., Aug. 25. 1856; d. Charlcstown. , 

July 3, i860. J 

1167. Marv Fi.izAiti-Tir'' Babcock. dan. of TToxle and [ 
I'^lizabeth (White) Babcock ( FJisha, Simec^n. b:iisha. 

Gcor,j;e. John. James), b. X. Stoninqton, Conn.. Sept. 20. 
1838; res. 1903. .\sha\vay. R. 1.; m. .\sha\va\-, Xov. 22. 



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i.S:;^), ]{(l\vanl (\.. son nf Isaac and TriplK-na (Clark) Cun- 
(lall, b. Ashawav. |nnc 11, iSj^S. 

Child: ' " * 

Const.-uitinc Taliui, I). Asliauay, May i.|. 1^7-'; i<>'-', iinm. 

1168. lIiiNuv V .'^ li AIHOCK. son (»f lloxic and l^lizahcth 
(White) llaltcocl^ ( I'.li^ha. Sinic-on, I'"Ji>ha. ( icorj^c, 

John, James), h. X. SloninL;lon, ("onn.. An^. jS, iS.;6; ni. 
Aiij^. I J, i«*^7i, llaimah Mllcn Maine, h. X. Stoninj^ton, Oct. 
1 1 , 1 850. 

Children, h. X. Stonini^lon; 

Anhur. 1). Die. i.|. iS7_'; in. Daisy I'urdick. 

IV-.irl. h. Apr. 30, iSSo; <1. N. SloniiiKt-'n, .Srjil. i.^, iS'>8. 

1169. Kltii C." 1]ai!C()Ck. dan. of Iloxie and Kh/aheih 

(White) Uahcock ( hdisha. Simeon, h'.lii-ha, (leor^e, 
John, James), h. X. Stonin^toii, Conn.. Xov. i, i«S5u; res. 
19OJ, X. Stonin^lon; m. Oct. 2^, i'S73, ix'onard Eugene Hell. 
Chilihen : 

Ilcrhcrt, 1). Jan. 27. 1X75; m. .Mar. 31, 1898, Dora A. Brown, h. 

N. Stoiniij^tdii. June 1.3. iKSi. 
Grace D., 1». N'lv. .?, 187O: d. Dec. 2. i<x>o ; \\\. -May 25, 1896, John 

Maine. Had two cliildren. 
AUi.son. 1). .'\uK. 30. 187X: uniu. 
Addic E., b. Apr. 7, 1880; unm. 
Mabel K., b. Nov. 12. 1882; unm. 
James B., b. Apr. 12. 188.S. 
Bcrllia, b. May 3, 1890; d. in infancy. 

1170. Ei.i.v L.*^ P>\HCocK. dau. of Iloxie and Ehzaheth 

(White) lna1)Cock ( I^hsha, Simeon, Eh.slia. Gcoro;e. 
Jolin. James), 1). .Xpr. 16, 1857; <k An^". 19, 1896; m. 1S76, 
Ehsha" Clicsehro. One chiUkOrville Iloxie, b. Jan. i. 1886. 

1171. Bi'.N.iAMiN S.'** Babcock, son of Simeon and Mary 

(Coe) Babcock (Simeon. Simeon, Elisha, George. 

John, James), b. Block Island, R. I.. Oct. 2y, 1846: res. 190J. 

Block Island: m. I'lock Island. Jan. 5, 1871. Sallie. dau. of 

Jonathan and Mercv Sprague. b. l^iloek Island, Mav 5, iS5_'. 

Children, b. Block Island: 

John Coe,' b. Feb. 28. 1873; m. Irena. dau. of Charle-; and Helen 
Allen Gilbert. Children: Sybil I.,'" b. Mar. 15, 1900; George, 
b. Nov. 10. 1901. 

Mary .'\.. b. .\\\z 23. 1870. 

Lizzie Mabel, b. July 7. i-^^3- 

1172. 'M.\Rv I'j.i/.AiuiTir'* THAYF.r<. d.in. of George K. and 

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on, Elislia. (k'(>ri;e, jtilm, Janu's), I). W'cslcrly. R. T., Mar. ii, 
ii>\7; res. kjoj, 1 lopkiniDii, Iv. 1.; ni. I l()])kinlon, Jan. i, 
l868, I'Idwiii \\., .^oii of I'Mwiii and KiUli ( Xoycs) Allen, h. 
Wiiidliani, Conn.. Xov. 24, iS.}(). 

I'-dwiii 1\. .AIlcii was J aeutenant-doscriKir of Rhode Island 
from 1S94 to i^'jy. 

Children, b. Jlojjkinton: 

(u-or^ji- luluiii, I) Aiit;. 1. iK^M); rrs. i()oj. Hnpc \'aIK-v. R. 1.; in. 
Hope Valley. July .^ )S<;J, Amiic K. Gritu, li. liopo N'allcy, 
Juno 30, 1S70. 

Frcilcn'ik C, h. Aii^j. 6. 1S71 ; res. MX)-'. Hoslon, Mass.; ni. Bos- 
ton, Jan. },(•). Mjoi, Sadie M. Heacii, Ij. Maine, Jnly 7, 1872. 

1173. Jui.iA M.vKii:^ Noirrii.vM, dan. of Alherl I), and Mary 

Ann (r>al)0)ck) Northani ( Sanuiel. Simeon, Elisha, 
George, John, James), 1). i<Sj>r); d. 1S71; m. Richard Dana 
Mcader, h. 18-7, d. iSSi;. 
Children : 

Laura," h. 1854; d. Apr. 30, 1903: ni. William W. Wilder, of 
Albany, ('.a.; d. 18S1. 'J'liey h:id two children- Julia M.,'" b. 
Mar. 14, 1S7X; ni. June 11. 19OJ, (ieorRe E. Greeley, uf Marl- 
borougli, Mass.; and William W.,'" b. Apr. 27, 1881 ; res. 1902, 
Savannah, Ca. 

Charles Herbert, b. 18=;-; d. 1858. 

Kllen J)uu^las, b. 1859; d. 1878. 

Eugene Albert, b. 1862. Civil Engineer at Savannah. 

Richard D., b. 1869. Lawyer of Brunswick, Ga. 

Julian, b. 1871 ; d. 1872. 

1174. Elt.kn Caroline'^ Xortii.vm. dan. of Albert D. and 
Mary Ann (Habcock) Northam (Sanincl, Simeon. 

Ehsha, deori^e. John, J.ames). b. Dec. 23, 1842; m. ILdward 
S. Parker, b. Jinie 14, 1838. She res. 1902, Graham, N. C. 
Children : 

lone. b. Oct. Q, 1864; d. May 8. T887; m. Robert Oscar Holt. 

Junius, b. Sept. 24, 1867: m. Mary Whitney Locke. He is As- 
sistant General Counsel ot the American Tobacco Company, ill 
Fiftli Avenue, New York. 

Frederic E.. b. Aug. 8. i8^>): d. Aug. 22. 1870. ^ 

Ellen N.. b. Nov. 24, 1873; d. Julv 31. 1874. 

Helen C, b. Oct. 30. 1875; d. June 17. 1876. 

Mary E., b. Sei)t. 17, 1877. 

Norm.m N., b. Dec. 21, 1879: d. Julv K). t88o. 

Caro S.. b. Dec. 24, i8v82; d. June 27, 1883. 

1175. EMNfA Ei.oisr;'' North A>f. dan. of Albert and Mary 
Aim (li.ibcock) Northam (Sanniel. Simectn, Elisha. 

George. John. James), b. Oct. 21. 1844; d. Julv j^, 18S3: 
111. Dr. Joseph G. Rose. b. Aug. 31, 1830. d. Nov. 18, 1887. 






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IlorUiisi', b. ; >n. I. Turlington, i)f Soutlifulci, N. C. 

IClkn. b. ; cl. 1900. 

Jliniicc, b. ; dtcoaMiI. 

Anne, b. ; m. Otis Parker. 

Lena R., 1). . 

Abrain, b. . 

1176. 1''k.\nl"i:.s'* .Voktiiam, dan. of Alhcit and Mary Ann 
(Jiahcock) Xortliani ( Sanuicl, Simeon, iClisha, 
George, John, janies), 1). 185-': ni. William IMiilip Nor- 
wood; botli d. 

KoiH" children: .Albert 1)., Waller. lulL,^ar. and Cornelia. 

1178. CiiARLK.s'* CiiM.KTTi:, .Son of Selden and Jo.sephinc 
(Bal)cock) Clillette ( Samnel. Simeon, Jili.^ha. George, 

John, James), b. Jnly 15. 1S4CJ; m. Oct., 1869, l£mma Laing. 
Children : 

Cbarlcs, b. Aug. 31. i-^^/^: <1- ^^:>'■., 1S78. 
Dwiglil, b. .Mar. 3, 1882. 

1179. Lauk.\ Jo.^iii'iiiXF.'' B.\ucocK. dan. of Dwight and 
Lanra E. (Cone) liabcock (Samuel. Simeon, Elisha, 

George, John, James), b. E. lladdam. Conn.. June 25. T863; 
res. 1900, 54 \\'esle\an .\venne. Providence, R. 1.; m. Provi- 
dence, I^ec. 2-^. 1884. William 1^.. son of William and Mar- 
tha (Preslurch) Webster, b. Dec. ii, 1859, ^- ^^^^^ Collins, 
Col., Feb. I, 1900. 

Children, b. I'rovidcnce: 

Laura Ellen, b. Xov. i;, 1885. 
Dwight William, b. Mar. 24. 1888. 

1180. J.\Mi:.s I'irkXsiDi:'* P.\ncocK. son of James and Sarah 
A. (Lewis) P)abcock (James, Simeon. I^lisha. George, 

John, James), b. Westerly. K. 1.. Mar. 21, i8r)i ; res. 1902, 

Westerly: m. ( \) \\'esterly. May i. 1880. llattie Phillips; 

ni. (2) Alice, dan. of Thomas and Catherine Musgravc. 

Children, b. Westerly : 

Alice, b. Jan. 14. 1S84; rc>. Tf)OJ, Westerly. 

James Edwin, b. .\pr. 21. i8,S8; res. ifX)2, Westerly. 

1181. Gkutkidi-. Ei.iz Ai'.KTii^ Bamcock, dan. of Ilenrv and 

Josephine (I'arber) Pjabcock f James. .Simeon. I^lisha, 
George, John. Janies), b. !~^tonington. Conn.. June iTi. 1870; 
res. 1002. Lawrence, Mass.; m. Methnen. Mass., Apr. 20, 
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1896, I'rank 1*.. son c)f (leorqe and IJlic ( C'littcndcii) French, 
b. Plainlicid, \. II.. Oct. 30, iSf.j. 
Cliildrcn, h. Lawrence: 

Kllc'ii Marion, h. .May 9, 1S97. 
Orvillc ){.. I). l'\b. ly, 1899. 

,1182. \\'ii,M.\.\i C"l.\kk'* Ki:.\v()X. .sdii of Jonathan and Su- 
san .S. (l>al)C()ck) KcuNon (Jesse, Jesse, l*^hsha, 
Gcorj^e, John, James), h. X. 1 'ro\idence. K. 1., Jan. 

21, i8.J3; res. 19OJ, Cle\ehmd. ( ). ; ni. Providence, Xo\'. _m, 

1865, Mary L., dan. of W'ilhani and Lonisa (Ohiey) Seaver, 

b. IVovidence. July 10, 1845. 
Chihhen: 

William Scavcr, h. Pruvidoiicc. Apr. 2?,, 1867; res. T902. 1005 
Cedar Avenue. Cleveland, (). ; in. Cleveland, Oct. 16, 1X90. Flor- 
ence, dau. «f Miles and Margaret I'.eehe, b. Clevelantl, Sept. 5, 
l8(')6. 

Mary L., b. N. Stonini^ton, July 5. 1S68; res. 1902, Cleveland; 
ni. Cleveland, F. \V. Reiser. 

1183. Susan II.akkikt^ B.\iu:ock. dan. of E(hinind and 
Martha (Pjahcock) IJahcock (Jesse. Jesse, KHsha. 

George, John, James), h. Kini^slon, Iv. I., Nov. 30, 1844; d. 
Stonin<4tt)n, COnn.. Now 7. 1900; ni. .S. l\.in<;ston, l-'eh. 27, 
1865, Cliarles II. P.riggs, b. S. Kingston, Apr. 14, 1844; res. 
1902, Stonington. 
Children : 

Charles Edmund," b. Kincj^ton, Nov. 28. 1865; res. 1902. Provi- 
dence, R. 1.: m. Providence, Sept. 24. i8<XJ. Luclla F., dau. of 
William G. Snow. Children, b. IVovidence: Doris,'" b. Nov. 4, 
i8<;i ; Helen, b. .-Xug. t6. iS<),v 

Martha l{lixat)eth,'' b. Stonini^ton. July 26. 1867; res. 1902, New 
London. Coim. ; m. Groton. Sept. 30, 1890, Janie.s A., son of 
Cyrus Beckwith, b. Sept., 1868. Child: Natalie,'" b. Groton, Aug. 
21, 1891. 

Harry Howard," b. Stoninpton, May ,^0, 1872; res. 1902. Stoning- 
ton ; ni. Groton, Oct. 4, i8<)V Maude, dau. of Sandford Miner, 
b. Sept. 26. 1871. Children: Harry .M.,'" b. June 27, 1896; Philip 
S., b. Oct. I, 1897, and Charles, b. May 30. 1901. 

1184. Jks.sic Pf.i.ix,'^ P>.mjcock. son of E(hnnnd and Martha 

(BalKock) Babcock (Jesse. Jesse, Elisha. George. 
Jolni, James), b. Newport, R. I., Nov. 24. 184;; d. Provi- 
dence, R. I.. May 17. 1887; m. Wakefield, R." I.. Jan. IQ. 
1876, Kllen. dan. of Joseph and Mary (Cross) Ganhier. b. 
Wakeheld, Sept. 30. 1848; res. 1902, \\'akeriekk 
Chikhen : 

Royal Gardner, b. June 4. 1878. 

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1185. IIi:ki!i-.rt Wjiii'I-li:'* Ijahcock, schi of Edmund and 
Martha !•:. ( r.ahcDck ) Jial)0)ck (Jesse. Jesse, I'Llislia, 

George, J»>lin, James). !>. W'ickl'nrd. R. J., Aug. 2j, i8^8; 
res. KjOJ. Clr()lt)n. Conn.; m. ( i) Xov. 4, 1874, Martha, dan. 
of Daniel and h'Ji/.a (Car])enler) Uroun, h. Sept. 7. 1S50, d. 
Jan. 29, iS.Sj; ni. ( _• ) Wickford, Dec. 1, i88r), Harriet, (Kau. 
of Wilham and i'hehe J-^ ((iardner) J.ewis, h. W'ickfurd, J"'eh. 

25, 185-}. 

Chikl by second marriage: 

William II., 1). Wickf.-rd, Dec. il, 1R88. 

1186. Jami-.s 1'J)Mi:n'1)'* Bahcock, son of Echnnnd and Mar- 
"tlia ]-:. (Ilahcock) ]'.ahcock (Jesse. Jesse, Khslia, ] 

George, John. )ames). h. Wiekfortk i\. 1.. Feb. 12. 1851; \ 

d. Wakehekk May 25. 1896; m. Wickford. May 26. 1878, 
Sarali C, dan. of Ik'iijamin and Sarah (Dennis) Talhnan, b. i 

Portsmoulli. I\. I., Nov. 16, 1845; res. 1902, Wakefiekk 
Chikl : 

Archie 'rallin:iii, 1). May 2(}. iSXo: res. kjoj, Wakrfielil. 1\. I.- in. 
Wakdu'Id, June 4. i<x>-', ICditli. dan. of Horace aiul Martha JUir- 
dick Tucker, b. Wakefield, Aug. 5, 1880. 

1187. Sarah I'Llizahiith'' Bahcock, (kan. of Edmund and I 
Martha E. (Bal)cock) Babcock (Jesse, Jesse, EH.slia, 

George, John, Jaiues), b. W'ickforck R. I.. Apr. 18. 1854; j 

res. 1902, Groton. Conn.; m. Wakefiekk R. I.. Xov. 18. 1874, ' 
Jolni ]k. son of Benjamin and Harriet (Brown) Rodman, b. 

Peace(kale. R. k. Feb. 15. 18:59. f 

Chikh-en. b. WakefielcJ : ^ ■ ■ i 

Mary, h. .\ug. 30. 1875 ; res. 1002, f'iroton. She collected, for this i 

volume, records of many families of Babcocks in her line. j 

Bertha, h. Jan. 3, 187S. ! 

1188. Gi:()Rt;i-: I^duard'' Wiiiim'Li:. son of George A. and 
Hannah P. (Babcock) Whipple (Jesse. Jesse. Iilisha, 

George, John. James), b. X\ Providence. R. 1.. Sept. 2. 1850; 
res. 1902, Auburn. R. 1.; m. X. Providence. May 28. 1871, 
Mary. dan. of Willett and Mary (Wliitfc^rd) (jardiner. b. 
N. Kingston, R. k. May 28. 1850. 
Children, b. Pro\idence: 

Freilerick. h. July -■ i>^75; res. 1002, Cranston. R. 1.; ni. Provi- 
dence. I'VI). 2. \^tn. .Alice, dan. of Stephen and .Ann.-i L. (Wil- 
liams) Greene, h. .Mar. 4, 1S74. 

Hcrhert E.. h. Oct. 18, 1878; res. \tyo2. .Aulmrn, R. I. 

Maude E., b. June 5. 1881 ; res. 1902, Auburn. 



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1189. Sakah M.^ Wuiii ima.n, dan. of Pclcj? and Catherine 

(liabc(Kk) Wi^litman (Jesse. Jesse, FJislia, Cjeorj^e, 
John. James), b. X. Kni^sloii, R. I., May iS. 1860; res. 1902, 
Wicl<k>i(l. K. 1.; ni. WicUford, (X't. 12, iSSo, Thomas J., son 
of Jolin and Mary ( Ihown) I'ierce. h. Providence, R. 1., Jnne 
20, 1857. 

Children, b. W'ickford : 

Mary. Ii. Sept. \.\. iSSi. 
John v., 1). Fcl). 5, 1883. 
Raymond \V., h. Au^- 1, 1893. 

1190. CiiAKLOTTK Haij.'* IjAiuock. dan. of Dntee J. and 
Theresa (Hall) IJabcock ( Jesse. Jesse, Klisha, George, 

JoIin, Janie.s), b. New London. Conn.. July 23, 1861 ; res. 
1902, E. Greenuicli, R. 1.; m. New London, Nov. 2, 1883, 
George A., son of Joseph and M.iry (lunlklt) While, b. 
North Kast Village. Mass.. Mar. 19, 1858. 
Children, b. E. Greenwich: 

Dutce J., b. AuR. 30. 1884. 
George A., b. Mar. 5. 1888. 
Jesse B., b. l"\b. \2. 189 J. 

1191. Perry G.^ 1^>ai5Cock. son of Edward and Harriet 

(Graves) Babcock (Geori^e. Jesse, Elisha. George, 
John. James), b. Worcester. ^Lass.. Dec. 20, 1853; res. 1901, 
Chatham, N. Y. ; m. Chatliam. Sept. 6. \S^yC), Ausj^-usta. dau. 
of Eli and Eva (Plass) Boice, b. Martindale, N. Y., June 6, 
1856. 

Children : 

Bcrtba. b. E. Cbnlham. June Q. 1870: res. 1901. Chntbarn. X. V. : 
ni. Chatbam, Feb. 17. 1800. Harold, son of New Ion Sweet, b. 
Webster. Mass.. May. 1878. 

Edith Harriet, b. Cbatham. Aug. 2, 1883; res. 1901, Cbatiiani. 

1192. Eli. EX E.^ Babcock. dau of Albert and Frances 

(Pierce) Babcock (George. Jesse. Elisha. George. 

.John, James), b. Sterling. Conn.. Feb. 24, 1859; res. 1902. 

Sterling. Conn.; m. (i) Leonard P.urdick ; m. (2) Sterling. 

Jan. 13. 1 88 1. .Vmory J., son of Fred and Emeline (Pierce) 

Kebler. b. Needham. Mass.. Jan. 6. 1851. 

Children by first marriage: 

Lixzic J., b. \*(ihinto\vn; res. 1002, Sterling. Conn.; m. Sterling. 

Benjamin Parklnirst. 
Amy K.. b. \'ohnitt)wn ; res. iqoj. Sterling. 

Child by second marriage: 

Enicline L., b. Sterling; res. 1902. Sterling. 



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1193. Edward Perry** liAucocK. son of AIIktI and Frances 

(Pierce) PiahcocU ((icort^e. Jesse, IClisha, Gcorj^c, 
John, James), h. Oneco, Conn.. Jnly 4, 1867; res. 1902, Ca- 
naan i-'our Corners, i\. N'. ; ni. Chatham Center, X. Y., Ant^. 
8, 1888, l*:ttie M.. (Ian. of lOlward and Kacliel (Sigl)ee) W'in- 
chcster, b. Chatham Center, Aul;. 1, 1871. 
Children : 

Ray \V., h. Cliatliam Center, Ajir. 7. 1891. 

Ward I'., I). Cliatliam Cenltr, Sci)l. 6, 1H94; <I. Rensselaer, N. Y., 

May 3. ii^A 
.Ruth Irene, 1). Auj;;. 9, 1897; d. liensstlaer, Apr. 14, 1898. 

1194. Mary Ann** JjAhcock, dan. of 01i\cr and lCh/.:d)elli 

(lnf;;alls) Ikihcock (ilenry, David. l'>.ekiel. Robert, 
John, James), b. Worcester, N. Y., Nov. 20, 1824; res. 1900. 
Fernwood, N. ^'. ; m. Oswec^o, X. Y., Feb. 29, 1844, Davis J. 
Cross, b. Johnstown, X^ Y., June 25. 1821. 
ChiUhen, b. Albion : 

Sarali K., h. July 17, i8-t6; res. 1900. Fcrnwond ; ni. Oct. 30, 1866. 

Jerome, son of William S. and Harriet (Tubhs) Perry, h. Aug. 

25. l8.}2, d. l-'crnwootl, I'eb. 21. 1900. 
Florence 1)., b. Jan. 27, 1857; d. Mar. 2. 1882. 
Hadarah J., 1). June 28, 1859; res. 1900. Lacona, N. Y. ; ni. Dec. 

30, 1890. Charles J., son of Tlieron and Sarah (Alton) Salisbury, 

b. Sept., 1857. 

1195. Amanda O.^ Babcock, dan. of Oliver and Elizabeth 

(Ino-alls) P.abcock (Henry. David. E/.ckiel, Robert, 
John. James), b. Sidney. X. Y., Sept. 25. 1826; d. Sandy 
Creek, X. Y.. Jan. 25. 1873; m. Osweq-o. X. Y.. Apr. 17, 
1845. Ephraim M.. .son of Henry and Polly (Harmon) 
Averill, b. Pulaski. X. Y.. May 5. 1825; res. 1901, Richland, 
N. Y. 

Children, b. Richland : 

Elizabeth H.. b. Sept. 4. 1S47; res. 1901. Richland: m. Mexico. 

* N. Y.. June 10. 1868. .Albert, son of George and Selinda (Wcl- 
den) Sheley. b. Dexter. N. Y.. Mar. 19. 1843. 

Adalaid l*".. b. Oct. i. 1849; res. 1901. Richland: unm. 

Edgar F... b. Nov. 2. 1851: res. kx)!. .\dams. N. ^^ : m. Willianis- 
town. N. 'S'., June 22. 1S76. F.mma. dan. of Solomon and Sa- 
mantha (Burnham) Magee. b. Hillsboro, N. Y.. June 22. 1854. 

William II.. b. Oct. 19. 1853: res. KXii, Richland: m. Utica. X. Y.. 
Aug. 21. 1883. Rirdilln. dan. of Solomon and Samantha (Burn- 
ham) Magee. b. llill>boro. .Apr. 13. 1861. 

Martha, b. 1856: res. i(xii. Riobl.ind : m. Richland. June d. 1882. 
Hllis 11.. son of D.miel Kenyon, b l->rn\vood. N. Y.. June 7. 1850. 

James B.. b. June 8. 1862: res. 1901. Du Boise. Pa. ;^ m. Richlan<l, 
Apr. 2^. 1S89. Lulu. dau. of Seward and Clara (Xiles) Ripsom, 
h. Pulaski. X. Y., Xov. 17. 1867. 



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1196. I'liii.ii' Euc.iiNi:'* Bahcock. sou of Oliver and I-'li/.a- 
bcth (Iiisalls) P.abcock (Henry. l)a\i<l, l'>.ckicl, Rol)- 

ert, John, lames). 1>. Aniboy. X. \ ., July 5. 1.S31 ; d. June 4, 
1865; m. Pulaski, X. V.. Jan. _'0. 1S51. I'olly S. Parish. 

Philip servcil three years in the Civil War, and was dis- 
charged Sept., 1864. 

Children: 

1484 Myra U.," 1). Oct. 21. 1S54; in. John ritkctt. 

Charles J., b. EllisburK'. N. V., AiiR. -'5, 185^); d. New Centcrville, 
N. Y., Mar. 17. lyoo; m. Syracuse. N. V.. .'\uK- 7. '^^^ M'>ry 
\i. dau. of JdIiii and Mary (Nicholson) Hall. h. .Sandy Creek, 
N. W, June 7, 1849; res. i«>oi. New Cenlcrville, N. V. No 
children. 

1197. Uarkiict I.onsK^ Bahcock. dau. of Oliver and liliza- 
heth (]ni;alls) liaheock (Henry. David, Iv/.ekiel, Rob- 
ert. John, James) . h. Richland. X. ^'., July _>7, 1S3S; d. Xew 
Orleans. I.a.. Xov. 30, 1870; m. J:m. i, 1S53. .Mhert Slowell, 
b. 1835, d. Carrolton. La.. Jan. \(\ 1863. lie was a U. S. 
soldier, and d. in a hos])ital. 

Children : 

Fred. Oliver. I>. Richland. N. Y.. Jan. 2.S, 1856; res. loor. St. 

Joseph. Mich.; ni. (i) Bav Citv. .Mich.. June 6. 1S77. Julia .\. 

HafT. b. Copenhagen. N. Y.. June 6, 1856; d. Dec. 19. 1881; m. 

(2) New Market, Canada, May 15, 1883, Mary Ellen Hooper, b. 

Nov. 6. i8C)0. 
Diana S., b. Orwell, N. Y., Mar. 2^, i86_'; d. Apr. 7. 1862. 

1198. Oliver Morkkll" Bahcock. son of Gurdon and Al- 
mira (Starkweather) Babc«jck (Henry. David. Eze- 

kiel, Robert, John. James). 1). E. Worcester. X. Y., .\pr. 27, 
1830; res. 190J, Austin. Chica.qo. 111.; m. Bloomintj^ton. 111.. 
Mar. 12. 1 86 1. Lidic B.. dau. of Xathan and Rebecca ( Smith) 
Yarnall. b. Shannonville, Pa., Apr. 15. 1841, d. Philadelphia. 
Pa., June 2, 1873. 
Chiklren : 

Einina. b. Blooniincrton. Feb. 28. 1862: d. July 21. 1863. 
Marv Ella," b. ChicaRO. Julv i. 186.:^; res. iqcj. 2010 N. ^2t.\ Street. 
Philadelphia, Pa.; in. Philadelphia. 1884. Harrington Badey. b. 
1862. They have one child, Morrell.'" b. Oct. 30, 1886. 

1199. Aloxzo Xi:l.sox** Badcock. son of Gurdon and Al- 
mira (Starkweather) Bahcock (Henry. David. Eze- 

kicl, Robert, John. James), b. Sept. 13. 1842: res. 1000, 2i() 
N. 53d .Aveniie. Chicai^o. 111.; m. Chicatro. Sept. 14. 187 1. 
Evaline. dau. of b'hn and Sally Carris, of Sterlmi:. X. ^'.. b. 
Mav 5, 1848. d. julv 3. 18S0. 



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Child: 

Eva v., h. CliicaKo. Jan. -'6, 1S73; res. hjoo. Cliicago, with licr 
father. 

1200. 1mi)i:i.i.\ A.** Ci.i:m().\s, dau. of jnlm riiul Annie ( P.alj- 
cock) demons (Henry, David. ICzekiel. Roljerl. John, 

James), b. Wilhanistown. X.' Y.. June 17. 1831 ; res. 1902, 
7320 Earns Avenue. Chiea.L;o, 111.; ui. (ieneva, X. \., Apr. 
14, 1859. Ira Proseus. b. Columbia County, X. V., Aug. 30, 
1810,, d. Geneva. X. Y.. Oct. 1, 1873. 
Children, b. (Geneva : 

William D., b. Oct. ii, ifV)! ; res. 190J, Chicago. 
Jaiu-t LouibC, b. . 

1201. S.\R.Mi Ann** ClI'Mon.s, dau. of John and Anna 
(Babcock) Clemons (Henry, David, blzckiel, Robert, 

lohn. lames), b. Cireleville. ().. Ai)r. 20. 1846; res. 1902, 
643 I'Villon Street. Chica^^o. 111.; ni. Chicai^o. Oct. 20. 1867, 
Albert K., son of Aaron and Sarah (.\yers) King, b. Har- 
mony, X. Y., May 2. 1844. 
Children : 

Ndlic E., I). C'bicaR.i. .Xpr. 6. i860; d. Sept. 18. i8</). 

Mcritl A., b. Chicago. .Aur. iq. 1871: res. 190^, 6807 Peoria Street, 

Chicapo; m. i8<)4. .Mice M. Ciiillinjiworth. 
Walter, b. N(n-. 18. i87.r. res. 1902. ChicaRO. 
Ella, b. MattcM)ii, III.. Nov. 14. 1875; d. Jan. 5. 1880. 
Erank, 1). Julv 10. 1878; res. u/02. Chicago. 
Cora, b. July 21, 1880; res. 1902, Cleveland. O. ; ni. 1897, MiUon 

Eields. 
Willie, b. Sept. 21, 1882; res. 1902, Chicago. 

1202. Sar.mi^ Bri:\vster, dau. of Silas and Lois (Bab- 
cock) Brewster (Robert. David, Ezekiel, Robert, 

John, James), b. Wright, X. Y., June 10, 1844; res. 1902, 
Hamilton, X. Y. ; m. Worcester. X'. Y., Xov. 2j, i860, Ches- 
ter, son of John Jaycox. 
Child: 

Florence, b. Worcester, Jan. i.^ 1877; m. June 28, 1897, Rev. 
Albert R. Mills, lias two children. 

1203. Ann-V** Brkw.ster. dau. ni Silas and Eois (Babcock) 
Brewster (Robert. David. l">.ekiel. K'obert. John, 

Tames), b. Berne. X. Y.. Feb. 25, 1846; res. 1902, 13 Park 
Street, .\lbany. X. Y.: m. Worcester. June 6. 1877. Sanuiel 
F. Atues. b. Canlerburv. Xorth Hampshire. ICngland. May 6, 
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CliiUlicn, 1). Alhauy : 

BicwsttT Iv, 1). Oct. 20, 1879. Graduated from Yale College in 
1OKI1. Went directly tu Manila, P. 1., to take a position as teacher 
(if lanRiiaKe^. 

Miriam, b. Nov. 30, iW,?. 

1204. W'AVXii'^ likhWSTLU, Sun (jf Silas and Lois (liahcuck) 
IJrewstcr (Robert. David, Kzekicl, Rohcrl. John, 

James), b. Wri^bt, X. ^^. bVb. _•(>. 1850; res. 190J. P.rook- 
ton, N. Y.\ ni. .Schuyler Lake. X. ^'., Oct. 30, 1S79, Cora L., 
dan. of Orion S. Rose, b. Mav iS, iS^O. 
Child: 

l.ois K,, I). Dec. II, 1880. 

1205. Wii.ijA.M W'.wxi:^ L..\I{Cock, son of Elias and Jane .\. 
(Thnrber) liabcock (Robert. David. Lzekiel, Robert, 

-- lohrtf-'larncsV, b-'Decatufv X,-.V.. J,'in. 11.. ,i>^.^i; res. 1902, 
Salt Lake Citv. Utah; Tn. Middlefield. X. V., Apr.- 25. '1805. 
Sarah f.. dan. of I'riah and i<:ii/.abeth (Elliot) Rntler, b. 
South Valley. X. V.. l-eb. 20. 1843. 
Children : 

Maud May. h. E. Worcester. May 2, 1S67; res. u}02, Salt Lake 
City. I'rofes^^or of k'locutinn. University of Utah. 

William Wayne. Jr.. M.I)., h. June 10. 1872; res. 1002. 3.102 W. 
Broad Street, Philadelphia. Pa. Dr. l?al)COck. in 1902. in a com- 
petitive contest for the best essay on Preventive Medicine, was 
one of the two hundred and nine competitors, lie won the first 
prize, one thousand dollars. 

1206. Mari.\ J."" r.Ai'.cocK. dau. of Elias and Jane A. (Tlnir- 
ber) r.abcock (Robert. David, lizekiel. Robert, John, 

James), b. Decatur, X. Y.. Jan. 23, 1847; '"cs. 1902. Daven- 
port. X. v.; m. Decatur. X". ^^. Dec. 17. 1868. John A., son 
of Auoustus aiul Esther (Skinner) Grilhn, b. Sand ford, 
[ N. Y.. Aug. 7. 1844. 

Children : , 

Claribel, b. KorbriRht, N. Y. • •• - •-«'.' 

• . Austin, b. Davenport. 

1207. Mary E."* Babcock. dau. of Elias and Jane A. (Tliur- 
I ber) P.aboKk (Robert. David. Ezekiel. Robert. John. 

James), b. Decatur. X. ^^. .\pr. 24. 1S52; res. 1902. Dobbs 
I Fcrrv. X. Y. ; m. Decatur. June 3. i88r), William A., son of 

I William and Eliza (Fox) \Vinters. b. Jan.. 1850. 

' Child: 

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120s. CoKA Lois'* IJaucock, dan. of Elias and JancA. ('J'luir- 
Ixt) IJahcock (Robert. David, I'^ckicl, Kohcrt. John, 
James), 1). Decatur, X. \.. Oct. 31, 18^)0; res. 1902, llar- 
piirsville, X. \'.; in. Iv W'oi tester. X. V., Feb. 24, 1881, 
]''.veretl Loekwood. sun of Da\id and jemima (JJcklen) Car- 
penter, b. \'l. Worcester, Xo\-. 24. 1856. 
Cliiklren, b. 1 Iari)nrsville : 

Kdilli Ix>ck\v()()(l. 1). July -'(), 1S87. . . . . -... 

Julian IC. b. M.iy 14, iS<j5. 
V'crnon A., h. M;iy 12, 1898. 

1209. M.\RV Jani-:*^ Baih:o(.k, dau. of Xatban and Lois 
(Tburber) Ijabcock ( kobert. Da\i(K b',/ekiel. Robert, 

John, James), b. Oct. 3, 1844: (k Albany, X. \'.. Xov. 4, 
1869; m. Decatur, X. \'.. bY-b. 8. 1806, lloratio (1. Cass, b. 
Worcester, X. V., Mar. 18, 1841 ; res. 1902, Aurora, Xeb. 
ChikL 

Carlton B.." h. Albany. N. \'., June 9, 1867: res. Ravenna. Neli. ; 
m. Orel, Ncl)., Jan. .^4. igoo. TlK-re.sa. dau. of Karl and P.ariiara 
Wesley Pelricli, h. Geneva, Nel)., Au^;. 10, 1S74. Children. I). 
Pavenna : Mildred I'.,'" b. Dec. -27. 1<XX3; Iloratiu, b. Au^. 5. 
1902. 

1210. Jackson*^ IjABCOck, son of X\'itb;ni and Lois (Tbur- 
ber) ljal)COck (Robert. Davifk k'.xekicl, Robert, Jobn. 

James), h. Decatur. N. Y.. July 12. 1848; res. 1902. I'atb-on- 
lludson. X. ^^ : m. Scbobaric Courthouse. X. V., May 3. 
1874, Emeline, dan. of Hubbard and Ro.xanna (Jackson) 
Smith, b. Cicero. X. V.. June 29. 1855. 
Children : 

Frank, h. Warnerville. N. Y., June 4, 1875; res. 1902, Bat!i-on- 

Hudson. 
Nathan, b. Albany, N. Y., Nov. 23, 1876; res. 1902, Bath-on- 

Hudson. Served as Private in Spanish War. 
Bess J., b. .Albany, Dec. 13, i8.*^o; res. 1902, Balh-on-IIudson. 

1211. Gkokgi:** Dahcock. son of Nathan and Lois CThur- 
ber) r>abcock fRo1)ert. David. Ezekicl. Roljcrt. John, 

James), b. Decatur. X. Y.. l-'eb. 5. 1859; res. 1902, Xorth- 
porl. X^ ^'. : m. Xorthj)ort. Jtily 16. 1884. Sarah A., flau. of 
Charles and Mary (Riut) Sanford, b. X'orthport. Jan. 10. 
1856, d. Northport. July 20, 100 1. 

Georqe l>al)cock' was Princip.'d of the Public School of 
Northport 1881-6. He was Instructor in Physical Science 
in P)oys' Academy. Albany. X. ^^. 1886-7. also Instructor in 
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of law hooks, X(iith])()rt ; has held the [)<)silion since 189-'. 
Children, h. Xorlhport : 

Gc-oPKc- S.. I.. Mar. S. iS.,s. 
Wallace Ciiaiics. U. Jan. lO, iSy;. 

1212. Jacia ArcrsTA'' ICamks, dau. of Lovett and Lucy C. > 

(I\lor,i;.m) ICanies, of h'lisha and Polly ( Dal)cock) | 
M()r<;an (David, Ivekiel. Rohert, John. James), h. Kalama- 
zoo, Mich., June 7, iS.|i. Owns and occui)ies "The Oaks." | 
Gcor<jetown, 1). C". ; ni. Kalania/oo. Aul^^ 2, iSr,.j. Iknry F., I 
son of Walter and Rehecca (Ripley) 151ount, h. May i, 1829. \ 

Sec account of i^old heads in records of her grandmother, 

267 Polly P.abcock M origan. i 

Children, h. ICvansvillc, Ind. ; | 

Mary Forbes, I). June _7, )K(j6: res. ly(J_'. \\'asliiiit;lon, 1). C. ) 

Harry, 1). Mar. .^1, 1871 ; d. June 2J. 1S7J. 5 

Bessie n.. h. June :20. 1S72; res. if)()2. (16 Virginia .Street, Dor- j 

clicster, Mass.; ni. \Vashinj,'toii, .\|)r. 18. igoo. Rev. Eiipene R., j 

son of Rev. R. R. .Sliiiipen, h. Wm-cester, Mass., Jan., 1865. 
Helen Kanies, b. l'"elj. 8, i87(); d. Mar. 11, i8<>>. 
Henry V., b. -Xpr. 2. i88tj. 
Waller, h. Sept. 4, 18S1. 

1213. CiiARi.K.s W.'*^ P.ABCOCK. SOU of Pjios and Pucinda : 

(Goodell) Babcock (Dudley. David, E/.ckiel, Robert, ^ 

John. James), b. Decatur, N. V., July 16. 1847; res. 1902, \ 

Decatur; m. Worcester, X. V., Feb. 19, 1868, Emily, dau. of -^ 

Henry Si)crry, b. Oct. 26, 1847. / 

Children : ] 

Lena. b. Worcester, -Xut^. ^\. 1875: res. I(X>-. Lestersliirc, N. V.; | 

m. New Milford. I'a.. Jan.. 1897, Cbarles, son of Silas Rider, b. ' 

Maryland, N. Y. . \ 

■ Lara, b. Worcester. Nov. 24. 1880; res. 1902. Lesler>bire. N. 1 • ; , 

m. New Milford. Dec. i8<^)8, Maurice, son of William Chapman. : 

Fred, b. Preston, N. V.. June 24, 1883; res. 1902, Lestcrslnre, , 
N. Y. ; unm. 

1214. Emerv J.** Bahcock, son of Eli and Dolly (Woodin) 
Babcock (Dudley. David. Ezckicl. Robert. Johu. 

James), b. Wcstford. X. V., June 20. 1855; res. 1902. F.. 
Worcester. X. V.; m. Worcester, ^Pa^. 17. 1875. Lovila. dau. 
of Thomas and Mari;aret (Iloiues) Miu-ray. b. Worcester, d. 
June 19, 1880; lu. (2) Xov. 15, 1881, Ilattie Darely. of Rich- 
mondville. X. ^^ 

Children by hrst wife: I 

Marv Ami. b. Decatur. \. Y., hnie jS^. 1876; res. I<>12. Sclunec- j 

tadv. N. Y. 
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Cliildrcn !))• scion-l wife, 1). W'orccsU-r, X. W: 

VViiyno, 1). Nov. 3, iX«4. 
Bessie, 1>. Dfc. 31, iSM«. 
lulitli, 1). Anj;. 2J, iS<M. 
Julid. b. Auk. --. i^Ji- 
' Dayton, I). July jo, iSyj. 

Ora, b. July 17, iH<>H. 

1215. 1''k.\.\k l"^\i<\]:.sr'' r..\i;c()CK, son of VA'\ ami Dolly 

(Woixlin) Babcock (Dudley, David, M/.ckicl, Robert, 
John, James), b. Decatur. X. V., Sept. 12, 1863; res. 190J, 
Rensselaer, liid.; in. (loodlaiid. lud.. Awj;. 13. 1SS9. Elise M., 
dan. of Jerome ruul Sarah (Starkweather) I'reston, b. Ken- 
dall. 111., Jan. 13, 1 866. 
Children : 

Gcoifji' M., 1). (!(>(>(llaii<l. 
'.' Dclc\aii J., Ii. Rcniingtoii, lixl. ' - ' ■ 

1216. Xatii.w W'."^ JioK.v. son of Isaac and Sar.ah (Duel) 
Born. Sarah was dau. ui I'hilij) and Sarah Uabcock 

Duel (Robert. Ezekiel. Robert, John. James), b. Worcester, 
N. Y., Feb. 14. 1S34; res. iqoj, RirkwcxKl Center. X. ^^ ; m. 
Worcester. Dec. -'5. iSh8, Rhoda. dan. of ]-:iijah lladsell. d. 
Decatur. N. V. 

Children, b. Decatur: 

Walter II., 1). ; res. 1902. Jersey City, N. J.; m. Katie 

Town sand. 
Pearl, 1). ; res. 1902, RinKliamton, N. V.; ni. Jesse Jones. 

1217. MiNF.uv.v'^ W'.VLDOKF. (Uui. of Tlarvcy and Eloise 

(Babcock) Waldorf ( Russel. Robert. Ezekiel. Robert. 
John. James), b. Richmondville. X. ^^. Xov. 4. 1850; res. 
1902, E. Smitlifield. Ra. ; m. E. Worcester, Apr. 30. 1876, 
Rev. J. Jones, b. Wales. Great Britain. Nt)v. 9, 1838. 
Children : 

Grace, b. Alton. N. Y.. Feb. 12. 187S: d. E. Smitlifield. Pa. 
Harvev L.. b. F. Worcester. June i, j88o; res. 1902, E. Smiih- 

field! Pa.- 
Clare F... b. Rig Flats. N. V.. Aug. 9, 1S84; res. 1902, E. Smitlifield. 

1218. Bhui.ix II.'^ W.\li)okf, son of Harvey and Eloise 

(Babcock) Waldorf ( Rirssel. Ixobert. ICzekiel. Robert. 
John. James), b. Richmondville. X. Y.. Dec. 20. 1853; ''^'^• 
1902. E.. Worce>^ier. X. Y. : m. Alton. X. ^^, May 22. 1878, 
Helen, dan. of .Xariui Tredwell. b. Middlelield, X'. ^'.. Aug. 
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Myrtic, b. Nov. 7. 1870; res. 190J, Midillffuld ; m. l.vim Hrown. 

Maud. 1). Oct. 28, 1885. ' -• 

1219. Ai.iCK Ju.r)!.^!:"* W.m.douf, dan of Harvey and Kloisc ' 

(IJabcuck) Waldorf ( Russel, Ivohert. l^zekiel. R(jbcrt. j 

John, James), I). Kichmondville, X. W, July 27, 1859; res. \ 

1902, E. Worce.ster. X. Y. ; ni. ^^ Worcester. Mar. 21, 1870, I 
Fayette II., son uf Rufiis and Rhoda (Miller) Barnes, b. 

Seward, X. Y., bV-l). 3. i8.}.S. { 

Children, b. and res. K. \\^)rcestcr: . 

Kulcta, b. May 3, 1879; in. Mar. J3. i8<>8, Ora Rury. | 

Riifus ¥., I). Oct. _'(>, i8X<); unin. | 

Harvey, b. July 9, iM^j. | 

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1220. EuzAiu-yiii Fk.xziick'^ ]*.\hcoci<, dan. of John and Hes- 
ter (Van l)er/ee) IJabcuck (Joshua. Joshua. Jo.-.e])h, | 

Joseph, John. James), b. r.elhleheni, X. Y., Oct. i, 1843; res. i 

1902. Selkirk. X. ^■.; ni. IJellilehcni. Jan. 26. 1871, John \ 

Franklin, sun of b^ancis J. and Rebecca Shafer. b. Bethlehem. \ 

Jan. 28. 1843, ^^- Albany, X. \'.. July 4. 1900. 
Children, I). Bethlehem : 

Bertha. 1). Nov. 13, 1871 ; d. May 16. 1S73. 
Frazier, b. Dec. 27, 1873; ti. .Aug. 8. 1874. 
John Franklin, b. Oct. 5, 1875; d. May 24, 1890. 

1221. Mari.\ V.\x Br.RGi:x** B.m'.cock. dau. of John and 
Hester (\'an Dcrxce) Babcock (Joshua, Joshua. J<^- 

scph. Joseph. John. James), b. Beechers Corners. X. Y.. July 
25, 1845; res. 1903. 65 Spear Street. Ouincy, Mass.; m. Feb. 
18, 1869. Thomas PL, son of Thomas and Sarah (Porter) 
Fearey. b. Ik'di'ord. Eni:^land. Feb. 19, 1S44. 
Children, b. Albany : 

Robert Healey, b. Apr. 14, 1870: res. 1902, Carthage. Mo.; m. Buf- 
falo. June 14. 1000. Emma Day. 
Ruth, b. July 9. 1872; res. 1902. Wilmington, N. C. ; unm. 
Bessie, b. Jan. 19, 1878; res. 1002, Quincy. 
Porter, b. Oct. 14, 1880; res. 1902, Quincy. 

1222. John'* Babcock. son of John and Hester (Van Der- 

7.cc) Babcock (Joshua. Joshua. Joseph. Josej)h. John. 
James), b. Bethlehem. X. Y.. July 4. 1855: res. 1902. Sel- 
kirk. X. Y.: m. S. Bethlehem. July 5. 1883. Aimie, dau. oi 
Ferdinand and Rosanna (Metz) Scharbute. b. Pjethlehem. . 
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Children, b. liellilcbem : 

John Kaymiiiid, !>. June _'X, 1K89. 
Guy v., b. May 10, 1S9O. 

1223. J)i-. Kouivur'' Uaikock, son of Jnlm and IIcnIct (X'an 

Dcr/.ec) l^ilKDck (Joshua, Joshua, Joseph, Joseph, 
John. James), b. I'.etlileheni, X. Y., [)ec 2, 1.S57; res. 1903, 
Albany, N. \.\ ni. Cocynians, X. ^^, bVb. i.S, 1886, Maria, 
dau. of John V. .\. and Henrietta (\'an ])enburj,di) W'itbcck, 
b. Coeynians, iMar. 10, i86j. 
Children, b. Albany: 

Robert, b. July 26. 1895. 
Jenny H., b. Aug. 29, icjoo. 

1224. Anna** Bahcock, dau. of Henry O. and Rachel (Mc- 
Gill) Habeock (Joshua. Joshua, Jose[)h, Josei)b, Jolni, 

James), b. I'.elhlehem, X. Y.. Mar. 22, 1846; res. 1903. 422 
Delaware .\\enuc. .Mb.-my, X. ^'. ; m. Albany, Apr. 14. 1875. 
James C, son of William and Jean (Campbell) Moore, b. 
Albany. Oct. i, 1830, d. Albany/junc 19. 1901. 
Children : 

William, b. Albany. Feb. 11. i87^>: *!• July 24. 1876. 
Jean Campbell, b. Mar. 5. 1880; d. Dec. 13, 1901. 

1225. Jamk.s H.'* Uaiicock. son of Henry O. and Rachel 

(McGill) Babcock (Joshua. Joshua. Joseph, Joseph, 
John, James), b. Bethlehem Center. X. Y.. May 3, 1848; res. 
1903. Bethlehem Center; m. Brooklyn. X. Y ., Nov. 5. 1877, 
Eleanor C, dau. of Pliilip Clark, b. Albany, Apr. 22, 1845. 
Child : 

James C I). Albany. Aup. 14. 18.S3: re*;. 1903. Relhlelicm Center; 
m. Bethlehem Center, .Aug. 21, 190J, Rose llazelton, b. .Mljany. 

1226. Elizabeth^ Babcock. dau. of Henry O. and Mar- 
e:aret (Moore) Babcock (Joshua. Joshua. Joseph. Jo- 
seph. John. James), b. .Mbany. X. Y.. Oct. 31. 1862; res. 1903, 
422 Delaware Avenue, A11>any ; m. .Albany. June 2.\. 1801. 
James, son of R(^bert and Elizabeth (Greer) Hunter, b. Ire- 
land. Jan. 4. 1865. 

Children : 

Henry B., b. Mar. 23. 1892. 

Charlotte, b. Jan. 1. 1895. . . 

1227. Melissa^ EfRRow. dau. of Jesse and Gean (Babcock) 

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James). 1). Chainpaii^n County, ( )., Xov. j. 1S50; res. 19OJ, 
l-'orcst C'it)', la.; m. C"anilMitlt;c, \\ i^.. Jan. 2, 1876, Adam, 
son of Jolm and (.'liristiiia Jamicsoii, b. Ayrshire, Scotland, 
Apr. 1 1, i83(). 

Cliildren, h. L'aslitun, Wis. : 

Addic v., I). ; n-s. Kicsttr, Minn. 

Jolm, b. — — : (I. 'Ciislitoii, June X, 1SS7. 

1228. 1;i:tiil'i:l C\" P.ahcock, sun of Rev. Maxson and 
riiiotliala (Davis) r.alicock (Simon, 'Idmnias. Tiiom- 

as, Oliver, John. James), h. .Monlra, ().. Oct. jS. i<S_|i; res. 
1902, Dana. la.; m. (larwin, la.. June 20, 1863, I'hehe .\nn. 
dan. of J'eter and .Mary (Maneval) Mover, b. IJlocklumsc, 
Pa., Jan. 31, 18.13. ^^^ '-^ --^ farmer. 
Children : 

Evcr/.alliiK', li. May 15. 186.}: n-s. iijoj. 'I'olfclo, la.: m. Garwiii, 

1887. John, son of Ikiiry Cooper. 1). Ocl. ig. \^iS- 
Harriet, h. Nov. 28, 1868; res. i^oJ. CiciUry. .\rk. ; ni. TlraPil, la., 

Ilerliert, sou of William and ICliza (I'abcuck) Saumlers, 1). 

Rli(;de Island, Mar. jo, 1853. 
Grace, h. Sept. 10, 1875; res. IQOJ, Dana. la. 
Samuel, I). I'eh. 1. i8<S6; res. \1j02. Dana. la.; m. Grand, Lottie 

C. Malory, I). Valisca, la., Nov. jy, 1872. 

1229. Pkrrv V>.^ Lii'I'i:.\'C()TT. son of Cmnis and Elizabeth 

(Babcock) IJppencott (Simeon. Thomas. Thomas, 
Oliver, Jt>hn, James), b. lUoomeenter. O., July 15, 1866; res. 
1902, Walworth, Wis.; m. Bloomcenter. July 4. 1889, Re- 
becca, dau. of John Sly, b. Sidney, O., Nov. 2, 1869. 
Children : 

Flossie, 1). RIoomcentcr, Oct. 1. 1890. 
Josephine, b. liloonicenter. Jan. 20, i8<)J. 
Lula v., b. Bloomcenter, Oct. 27,. 180.V 
Herbert L., b. .Maplewood. O.. Oct. 14, 1896. 
Claud, b. Walworth, A\n. 25, i89<> 

1230. John Ali'.krt'^ R.m'.cock. son of Simeon and .\my 

(Van Horn) liabcock (William. Thcjmas. Thomas, 
Oliver. John. James), b. Shelley County, O., .Xuq;. 12, 1830; 
res. 1902. Jackson Center, O. ; m. Montra, O.. Xo\-. 14. 1S71, 
Nancy Ellen, ilau. of John l.i[)pencott. b. Montra. .\ug. 13- 

Children : 

Mcrtie L.. b. .Si j)t. 10. 1873: d. May (>. i8.'</'). 
Columbus, b. June -', 1875: res. W.ilworth. Wis. 
Augusta M.. b. .Xuij. 20. 1877: d. Sent.. t878. 
Debner, b. Sept. it\ 1880: res. 1002. Jackson Center, O. ' 

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William, h. J-Vl). ^o, iSS*); <]. July 10, \'f^). 
ErvfiJ S., h. I'Vb. 20, iHiSy. 

1231. John'' IJai-.cock, son of I'llijali and Cynthia (Weld) 

JiahciK-k (James, Jeremiah. Simeon, Ohver. John, 
James), h. Wales. Mass., Apr. 7, i8j6; d. Denver, Colo.. Apr. 
9, 1900; m. Wales, Apr. i^, 1854. Lorinda, dan. of Whitman 
and J^slher (.Monllonj MunL^ar, b. Wales, Apr. 13, 1S37; res. 
1903, Denver. 

In early manhood John llaliioek was associated in mercan- 
tile hnsiness with his father and hidther Draper in Monmonth, 
111., Init heini; afllicted with asthma he later settled in Denver, 
Colo., where he remained throu!.;!! life and where his childien 
were cilncated. 

Children, h. Monmonth : 

Cli.'irlcs WliitiiKui, 1). I'th. 2cS, 1S36; res. 1903, Denver; unm. 

Frank I'"., b. Ucl. 1, 1X58; res. J)eiiver; tinin. 

Luella Ko.xa," h. July 25. 1H62; re.s. 1902, Ueiner; in. Denver, Jan. 
17, i8«4. N. M.. son of H. .-X. and .Augu-ta ]'ierce Tabur. b. 
Augusta, Me. Child: Persis Augusta.'" b. May 2g. 1S94. 

Persis L.. b. Dec. 14. 1864; res. uyj2. California Hotel. San Fran- 
cisco, Cal.; ni. (i) Dec. 25, 18.S4. William V . Wilson, d. .Apr. IQ, 
1889; m. (2) Denver, Jan. 17, iS(>8, Harry, son of Judge J. H. 
and Maria Gray, b. Des Moines, la., J\nic I. 1862. 

John, Jr.. b. Mar. 13, 1872; res. 1903, Denver; unm. 

1232. 1^i:rsis Whld*' Babcock. dan. of Elijah and Cyntln'a 

(W^cld) ]'al)C(Kk (James, Jeremiah. Simeon, Oliver, 
John, Tnmes), h. Wales, Mass.. Jnlv Q. 1824; d. Monmouth. 
111., Feb. j8. 1847; m. Oct.. i843.'Wyatt B. Stapp, b. May- 
ville. Ky., .Apr. 27. 1813, d. Monmoutli, Jnly 11, 1851. 
Children, b. Momiioiith : 

Guy, b. Se[)t. 18. 1844: res. 1903. Cliicago. 111.; m. Monmouth. 
Sept. 20, 1866. Caroline E.. dau. of Rev. Anson Tucker, b. Spring- 
field. N. Y., May 18. 1843. Xo children. 
1485 Lucy,' b. June 3, 1846; m. James P.. Clark. 

1233. Alrkrt M.* Clark, son of ITosea and Lamana f Bab- 
cock) Clark (01i\er, Oliver, Oliver, Oliver, John. 

James), b. ]>r<)okticld, \. V., Dec. \f>, 1824; res. 1903, Clav- 
"villc, N. v.; m. I'.rookfield, X. ^'.. Mar. 13. 1851. Pliebe NI.. 
dan. of Thomas and Prudence Gorton, b. Brookficld. Dec. 11, 
1830. 

Children : 

Lillian A., I>. W^rona, N. V., July 2. 1854; res. 1003, Rcdondo, 
Cal. : m. Clawiile. .Aug. 13, 1873. Loren J., son of Horace Perry, 
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Ida Mario, 1>. Vcn.iia, Oct. 17, 1X56; res. 1903, Karlville. N. Y. ; 
ni. Clayviilc', Occ. jH, 1S7S, Juliii M., son of Thomas Jennings, 
b. Caddsilon, I'Jij.'laniI. 

I'^lora 1'.," I). Clayvillf. N. Y.. Oct. 14. i8(io; res. 1903, No. i 
Stanley I'lace, Vonkers, N. ^V ; ni. Clayville, Dec. 20, 188S, 
Cliarles Clarence, son of Charles II. and I-'rances (Sannders) 
Ciiipinan, li. Hope Valley, K. I., h'eh. (). 1859. Mr. Chipnian is 
an Architect in New ^'ork (ity, and himself and family are ; 

Seventh D.iy Haiitists. Children: Charles Alhert,'" h. Clayville. 
N. Y., Jnly 30, iS<>i ; Pliehe Miriam, h. Clayville, May 22. i8<>3; 
Robert Clark, 1). Yonkers, N. \'.. Sept. 29, 1898; Fraiices Mar- 
garet, li. N'onkers, .Mar. 26, 1900. 

1234. Rev. )().sf:i'1i Jl'I.ian''' Raucock, son of Oliver and 
l.ccla" (lUn-tlick) I'.abcock (r)liver. Oliver, Oliver, 

Oliver, John. James), h. UrDoktuM, X. V.. Sept. 19, 1826; d. 
Wkeelin'^-. \V." \'a.. June, 1865 ( >) ; ni. (i) Esther 0),q:shell. 
of I'ortsinoiilh, R. !.; ni. (_'j Mariah. X. Y., Jan. 26, 1859, 
Sarah C, dan. of John and Susan (llonghton) Riirwell. b. 
X'ennonl, Jnnc 17, 1825; res. 1902. C"ro\vn PoiiU, X. V. J 

Children hy second marriage: | 

i486 Ira ].:■' h. Sept. 16. 185.): m. Isnhclle Woof. f 

Althea Adeline, h. Jay. N. Y., Sei)t. 5, i8<')0; res. 1902, Clasco, N. Y. | 

Fred C, 1). Jav, N. Y., June 16. 1803; d. Wliccling. W. Va., Dec, ; 

1864. \ 

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1235. AsAF.L Lutiii:r^ Babcock, son of Oliver and Lccta 

(Bnrdick) Babcock (Oliver. Oliver, Oliver, Oliver, -^ 
John. James), b. P.rookfield. X. Y.. May 9. 1828; d. Brook- 

iield, Sept. 3. 1900; m. W'atcrville. X. Y., Aug-. 10. 1858, ^ 

Harriet M.. dan. of Ivobert Bni.sie. 1). Dutchess County, N. « 

Y.. Oct. 28. 18^5; res. 1902, Tallelte. N. Y. She m. (2) Mr. j 

Crandall. ^ ! 

Children, b. Brookficld. X. Y. : 

Ella Maria, h. Jmic 6, 1859; d. Sept. 10. 1870. 

Carrie L., h. Sept. 28. ]8()i : res. \()02. Tallette, N. Y. ; unm. 

Oliver \V., h. May 12. 1870: res. IQ02, New Berlin, N. Y. ; ni. 

Oct. 27, 1897, Slatilda, dau. of Marvin and Sarah (Wilson) 

Brazil, b. Lathrop, Pa.. Sept. 5, 1873. No children. 

1236. Ida E." Baiuock, dau. of Leroy and Sally A. (Mark- 
ham) l^)abcock (Joseph. Oliver. Oliver, Oliver. John, 

James),!). Brookfield. June 12. \^^y: res. 1902. South Street. 
Utica, N. Y. ; m. Utica. June ^, 188^. Eilgar P. Luce. ' 

Child : I 

Sarah Estlier, b. I'lica. May 19, 1889. l 

1237. Irvinc .\i.fx \\1)i:u^ Ckaxdali.. son of I^arwin and 
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Oliver, Joliii, James j, b. J.eoiiardsville, \. Y., Aug. 5, 1848; 
res. 1902, I.eoiiardsville; 111. I.eoiiardsville, Apr. 25, 1870, 
Algerosc, dau. of John and I'dizahelh (lUntlick) ilij^Iey, b. 
Spafk)rd, N. W, Jan. 7, 1850. 
Chilchen, b. I.eonardsville : 

Elva Iv, Ii. 1S71 ; 111. iSijv ]•;. 1*'. CIi;un])liii, ><)ii (tf I-'rinik and 
Fidtli.i (I'rowii) Cliaiiii)liii, I). ^Iv^ti(.•, Conn, 1870; rts, I'/JJ, 
5K) Main Striit. Little l'"all-<, N. \'. 

l\ali>Ii l-jiuixm, 1). 1S7S; res. i<)()_'. l."s .-XnRcIts, Cal. 

Mal)cl May, I). iKS<j; res. kx)-'. I'lainricld. X. J.; in. Kconanlssille, 
N. Y.. nyox. Dr. O. H. Wliitford. .son of Abcrt and Hlla Ed- 
wards W'liiiford, I). 1 A'onard^vilk'. 

Blaiiclu- M., b. iS8_»; res. M)02, l.eonardsvillf. 

1238. Ai.ifi': ].^ l^MicocK. dau. of Nathan and I'annie 

(Wahod) r.abcock ( .\alhan. Oliver, Ohver, OHver, 
John, James), b. Little J-'alls, X. V., May 18, 1848; res. 1902, 
Little I'alls; m. Little Falls, AL'iy 19, 1864, John ]M-ance, b. 
Eni^Iand. 

Children, b. Little Falls: 

Wasliin.nton P.. h. 1865; d. May 30, 1892; m. Little l'"alls, June 5, 

i88<j, ALiry Daley. Has one son. 
James, I). 1867; res. 190J, Little I'alis; m. Little Falls, Nov. 27, 

i88g, Nora Van Victen. Has two daughters. 

1239. lu)\v.\ui) IIkxrv'' ]k\i{C()ck, son of Natlian and Fan- 
nie (W'alrod) l'>al)Cock (Nathan, Oliver. Oliver. Oli- 
ver, John. James), b. Little b'alls, N. Y., June 26, 1850; res. 
1902', Little brails; m. Little ^^alls. Dec. 2y, 1872 ( ?). Mary, 
dau. of William and Helen (Garwin) Hall, b. Little Falls, 
June 26, 1854. 

Children,'!). Little Falls: 

William Horace, b. Apr. 13, 1874; res. 1902, No. ir Garfield Place, 
Albany, N. Y. ; m. Little Falls, Jan. iC, l8<;7. Lulu Vouiirs. 

Edward' \V., b. May 26, 1875; res. i(X)2. \V. Main Street. Little 
Falls; ni. Little Falls, Dec. 14, 1896, Ida Howard. 

1240. \\'ii,i.T.\M C.^ IkMjcock, Son of Nathan and Fannie 

(Walrod) ]3abcoek (Nathan. Oliver. Oliver. Oliver. 
John. James), b. Jj'ttlc Falls. N. Y.. May 2T. 1S53: d. South 
Dakota. Sei)t. 6, i8()r); m. Illinois. Dec. 25, i87(;. Nancy Dys- 
lin. She m. (2) W. \V. Am-and ; res. 1902, Rockford. Til. 
• Children : 

Fannie, b. Shannon. 111.. Seiit. 20. 1880: res. 1002. Rockford. Ill 
Versula. b. Shannon. 111.. I-Vb. 22. 1882; res. \iK>2. .Xllanta. Ga. ; 

ni. Auj.r- 27. HK)i. I'rank G. North. 
Frank, b. Canton, S. D., \^f^; res. ^^J02, Rockford. 

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1241. Gkokcii-: Xatuax'* Uaijcock, son of Nathan and l-;-,. 
nie (W'alrod) Jialjcock ( Xatlinn, Oliver, Oliver, Oli- 
ver, John, James), h. J.ittlc l-'alls. X. V., Mar. 31, 1.S59; n-s 
190J, Little I'^ills; ni. Little l\'ills. June jo, ^886, Fannie! 
(Ian. of Sylvester and Mary (Oonklin) Cros.s, h. Sylvester 
N. v.. Mar. 4, iSr.f.. 

Child: 

Gcrtriiilc Iluldali, 1). Oct. 3, i8yi. 

1242. Nancy CALPiiiioxA^ JIahcock, dan. of Henry anrl 
Ano-eline (Lan<^nvorthy) Cahcock (llezekiah, Oliver. 

Oliver, Oliver, John, James), h. llrooklield. X. Y.. ^Lay G, 
18.^5; res. I90_>. Xorlh Loup. .Xeh. ; m. Berlin. Wis., Jan.' \H, 
1872, William Allen, son of .\llen and 499 Eli xa (li-ibcock) 
Prentice, b. Dakota, Wis., July 6, 1851. 
Children : 

Gallic A., b. Berlin, Wis.. Dec. 4, 1872; res. 1902. 1030 E. 26th 

Street, Krie, Pa.; in. Allen, Pa.. Dec. 4. 1891, JcilinJ., son of 

James Abbey, b. Allen. I'eb. lo, .i8(>8. 
William Asa L., b. North Loup, Feb. 6, 1875; res. 1902. North 

Loup. 
Henry Alkn L.. b. North Loup, Nov. 3, 1876; res. 1902, North 

Loup. 
Emofiene Elaine, b. North Loup, Dec. 25, 1882; res. 1902, North 

Loup. 
Earnestine, b. North Loup. 

1243. Henry IL^ Wat.'^on, son of Charles and Amanda 

(Bal)cock) \Vatson (IV-lc.i^r. Pelej?, Oliver. Oliver. 
John, James), b. Battle Ciround. Tnd.. Jnlv 10. 1S40; res. 
1^902, Rensselaer, Lid.; m. Rensselaer, Nov. 17, 1SG9, Mary 



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13. 1870; d. Aug. II. 1900; m. ^rabel SulIJa. 



Dee Everett, b. An; 

Had 3 children. 
Daisy .Mice. b. Jan. 14. 1872; res. 1902. .Mbuqucrauc. N. >r. ; m. 

Jan. 28, i8f)7. Robert Abraham. Thev have two children. 
Helen, b. Jan. 17. 1874; m. 1894. Peter Kohles, of Chicago. 
James F., b. Nov. 23. 1876. 
Hcnrv U.. b. Nov. "18. 1877. 
Elizaf)eth A., b. Julv 8. 1881. 
CharlcN b. l-\b. 12.' 1883. 
Jeanette, b. Apr. 7. 1887. 

1244. Kt.izAin-.Tii AMANnA"* Wat.^on. dau. of Charles nn.l 

Amanda (Babeock) Watson ClVIecr. Peleir. Oliver. 

Oliver. John. James), b. Rensselaer. Lid.. June 12. 1849; ro<. 

1902, Rens.selaer; m. Ren.sselaer, Apr. 7." 1870, William H-, 



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son of John and Mary (Jwin, b. Nov. 6, 1842, d. Ivcnssclaer, 
Oct. 8, 1895. 

Childicn, b. Rensselaer: 

William, I). J;iii. .^o. iS;.'; res. n)02, Rinssclacr; iii. Oct. 2. ujoj, 

I'Vanccs W'oo'l. 
Elvia Alicr. 1). Nov. 2.^, 1S76 ( ?). 
Pleasant Marion, 1». Mar. c). \^-;t). A<l.lrcs.s U. S. K. S. Cohuubia, 

Brooklyn Navy ^'ard, iJrooklyn, N. V. 
Carrie, I). Apr. jS. iSSj. 
Slu-rnian L., h. Sept. 30, 18.S5. 
Hayes G., b. Jmie 12, iS.S<j. 
Annie, b. Mar. 20, 1S92; tl. I.S9S. 

1245. Audr.sTus Douu'^ B.mjcock, .son of Xatban and Rnby 

(I'oster) Babcock (Pc\q<^, I'ele- Oliver, Oliver, 

John, James), b. ; d. Rensselaer, Ind.; ni. Rensselaer, 

Jan. 1, 1852, Abiii:ail. dau. of William and Hannah (Morri- 
son) II iff. 
Children : 

14S7 Anpnstns Dwij^Iit." b. Sept. 28, 18^2; ni. Maeeie A. Watt. 

R„hy A., b. . 

Addie P.., b. . 

1246. Jami:s P,.^ IVmicock, son of Nathan and Rnbv (Fos- 

ter) l^abcock (Felef^^ Pelei,^ Oliver, Olivet^, John, 
James), b. Cortland, N. Y.. Anj^. i, 1834; d. Rensselaer, 
Ind., Sept. 6, 1859; m. Ixensselaer, An.Gf. 14. 1853. FJlen, dau. 
of Joseph and l^.sther (I'dwond) l^ice. 1). Ohio, Apr. i, 1852; 
res. igo2. near Goodland. Ind. 
Children : 

Frank J," b. Rensselaer, AuR. 4, 1S54 ; res. 1902, Goodland; in. 
Goodland. Oct. 22. 1884. Mary. dan. of Jobn and Kstlicr (Miller) 
May, 1). Remington. Ind.. .Apr. 22. i86v Cliildren, b. (londJand : 
Ruby A.,'" b. 18S5; Willie, b. 1887; Paul, b. 1888; Victor, b. 
1892; Frank, b. iQoi. 

Natban, b. 1856; d. Goodland. 

James, b. 1858; res. 1902, Parr, Ind.; m. Goodland, .Mice Grey. 

1247. Ei.LKN A." B.vncocK. dau. of Luke and Lydia (Bab- 
cock) Babcock (Solomon. Pele^:. Oliver, Oliver. John, 

James), b. Scott. N. Y.. Aw^r. 21. 1825; d. Dods^c Center, 
Minn., Apr. 29, 1885: m. Homer, N. Y., Apr. 3. 1845, James 
M. Saunders. 
Children : 

Nettie, b. .'\pr. 19. 1S46; d. Dod^jc Center. Oct. .11. 1893; m. (i) 
William l'. Fox; m. (2) Dec. 2-,. 1892. Georpc Mvers. 

Mary T... b. Feb. 20. 1850; res. 1902. Clear Lake. Wis. ; m. Oct. 
23. 1872. L. J BripRS. Tbey bave two cliildren: Nellie and Rcna. 

Cbarles .\.. b. June 24, i8s3; d. Nov. (). t8;4. 
1488 Henrietta L.," b. Feb. 15. 1857; m. Edward L. Ellis. 



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1248. Anna M.« Baikock, dau. of Luke P. anrl Lydia 
(P>alKY)ck) Bal)cock (Solomon, 1 't-lccc. ^)livcr, Oliver, 
Jolin, janics). h. Scott. X. \., \Hjj; d. Liiuklacii, N. Y., July 
31, 1885; 111. Scott, June j_>. 1S50, Isaac II. Smith, h. Jan. 25, 
1826, (1. Lincklaen. 
Children, b. Scott : 

Ellen, 1). Fell. 10, i8tI ; d. M.iv 25, 1870. 
Norman, I). Oct. 8. iS5_'; <1. Dec. ->:;. 187.'. ! j 

Lydia, I). Mar. 31, i83(): d. Oct. 27. 1KS3. | 

James K., h. J.iii. 3, 1S59; d. Lincklaen, Dec. 22, i8<^7. 



1249. J'jasi.v Pi'Ki:^ Uaucoc-k. son of Puke P. and Lycha > 

(Pal)cock) Pabcock (Solomon, Pclec:, Oliver, Oliver, | 

John, Jame.s). b. Scott. X. ^^, June 28. 1829; d. Dodi^e Cen- > 

ter, Minn.. May 5. 18(^2; m. Milton, Wis., Apr. 12, 1856, I 

Delia M.. dau. of Perry and Eusebia (Maxson) Sweet, b. I 

Alfred, N. Y., Sept. 27, 1834, d. Dodf^^e Center. Mar. 15. 1891. / 

Erwin Babcock was a member of Company K, i^tli Pcfji- \ 

ment. Wisconsin N'olunteers. frfim the fall of i8r»i to 1863. f 

and was Sergeant in the battles of Shiloh and Corinth under | 

Rosecrans; was honorably dischari^cd on account of chronic ; 

sickness. Tie was a farmer. Pi 1854 he moved from Homer, \ 

N. Y., to Milton, and at the close of the war settled at Dodge - 

Center. \ 

Children : 



Everett EuRcnc. Ii. \Vau>liara ComUy. Wis., May 17, 1857; d. Dodge 
Center, May 29. 1881, unni. 

Flora I^aliclle, h. Adams County. \\'i-;.. Feb. 25. 1S50: res. St. 
Paul, Minn. She is a school teaclier. havinp tauplit most of the 
time since 187Q. In May, 1803. she Rraduated from the State : 

Normal School, at Manketo. Minn. Slie rendered much assist- J 

ance in collect inj^ records for this volume. ; 

Louise Gertrude," 1). June 6. 1861 ; res. kk)2. Rochester. Minn. ; m. ^ 

Rochester, Dec. 10. 188;. ICllis D. Fisk. h. Minnesota. Mar. 17. 
1862. Children: Avis M..'" b. DodRC Center, Feb. 18, 18X8, d. 
1888; Clinton R.. b. Rochester, Feb. 7, 1889; Erma L., b. 
Rochester, Oct. 19, 1891. 

Rollin Hewctt,' b. ]:)odcrc Center. Mar. 4, 1864: d. Dodge Center, , 

Jan. 25, 1900: m. Dodpe Center. Oct. ft. 1886, Jemima L, dau. 
of John and Lovina Richmi^nd Langworthv, b. Aug. 15. 1863; ; 

res. Dodge Center. Children, b. Dodge Center: Julia L," b. 
Aug. 22. 18.88: Lucilc. b. July 4. i89_'. , 

Frank I'.rwin.' b. Dodge Center. .\ug. 16. i8(VS; d. Redwood FalN. ^ 

Minn., Oct. 18, 1800: m. Milton. \Vi<.. Dec. 3, 1801, Mrs. .\ddie 
Wells Saunders dan. of A. Jud^on and .-Xdalaid Utter Wells, b. \ 

Mar. 18, 1861. Children: Ceorcre Lester." b. Nov. q. 189^. d. ♦ 

Oct. 18. i8o<-): Robert W.. b Apr. 5. 180.;. d. Oct. 18. 18^)9. " J 

Minnie M.itlelia." b. Dodge Center. .'\uc. i6. iS/V5: res 1902, Cas- ' 

selton. N. D. : in. Dodge Centrr. Nov. 6. i8<x>, Floyd R.. son of 
William and .Sarah Rrown Wells, b. May 31, 1861. Children: 
Zclora B.,'" b. Feb. 15, i8<;2; Laura, b. Sept. 25, 1893. 

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1250. Kdwin S.** P.aiicock, son of Luke V. and Lydia (liah- 
cock) Babcock (Solomon, I'elci;, Oliver, Oliver, John, 

James), b. Scott, N. V., July 10, 1831 ; <1. Eai^lc J.ake, Minn., 
May 9, igoj; ni. (1) Milton, Wis., Sept. I'^^J, Mrs. Isabelle 
(Wells) Maxson. .1. l-arina, 111. 1S66; ni. "(2) De Kuyter, 
N. Y., Sept., 1867, Susan M. Mooney, b. Dec, 1S29, d. b2agle 
Lake, Nov. 17, 1900. 
Child: 

Ross Kdwin, b. Dc Riiylcr, June 26, 1868; d. Dorgc Center, Minn., 
1876. 

1251. Osc.\K Ai.mlkon'' B.\ncocK, son of Luke P. and Lydia 

(liabcock) P.abcock (Solomon, Pele.i;. Oliver, Oliver. 
John, James), b. ] )e Puyter, X. \'.. June 13, 1838; d. Homer. 
N. Y., Apr. 2, 1903; m. Homer, June 5. nSr/), J,;iuiaclt, (l;:n. 
of Ezra and Lorain (llotchkiss) Mallby, b. Liverpool, X. \ ., 
Oct. 19, 18-^4. (1. Homer, Sept. 27, 1898. 

He enlisted in the 157th l\e<;iment, Xew York, Sept. 30. 
1862, and was discharged July 10, 1865. He was a Scrj:^eant; 
served in many battles, and was in Sherman's march to the sea. 

Children, b. I Tomer : 

1489 Lydia L.,' b. Feb. 9, 1867; ni. Cliaiinccy Baker. 

Maud E., b. Oct. 30, 1871 ; ni. Jan. 31, 1894, Willis Green, of Cort- 
land, an engineer. She is an arti^t. 

Mabel J., 1). Oct. 30. 1871; m. June 22. 1892. William A. Wads- 
worth, of Cortland. They have one child, Lawrence, b. July 4, 
1897. 

1252. Oscar Almkron*^ Barcock, son of Ralph and Azubah 

(Dodge) Babcock (Solomon, Peleg. Oliver. Oliver. 
John. James), b. Babcock Grove. Til.. Mar. 13. 1837; res. 
1902, Athol. S. i:).; m. Hillsborough. Wis.. Oct. 4. 1858, 
Philena L.. dau. of E. V>. Douglass, b. Canal. Pa., I^eb., 1838, 
d. ITillsborough, Wis. 

Children, b. T^incoln, Wis.: 

Ralph \.. 1). i86r; res. 1902. Rnckvilie. Mo.; ni. 1886, .Annie Der 

Hertoz, b. Iowa, 1862. 
Mae Aris. b. 1864: d. 1880. 
Elsie A., b. i8^v<^: res. i</32. Atlioj. S. D. ; m. Athol. 1888. Charles 

Balding*;, b. Wisconsin, i8(')6. 
Fern, b. 1S71 ; res. i(K>2, .'\inberst. S. D. ; m. .\tho!, Charles Smith, 

b. Pennsylvania. 1807. 
Mary. b. 1873: res. \if02. .Vthol ; m. Athol, i8<x5, W. S. Brown, b. 

Pennsylvania. 1852. 
Annie A., b. 1875; res. 1902, Athol; ni. Athol, 1893, George Meade, 

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1253. Omi-.k Ai.vakaix)'' IJahcock, sun of I'rcHk-rick and j 

Mary (Kcllcy) liahoick (Solomon, lVk•^^ Oliver, 

Oliver, John, James),, 1). Ki.l..ll. Hi.. July <j, 1853; res. I90_>, i 

Enterprise, Miss.; ni. I'Jroy, Wis.. Mar. 19, 1S77, l-'.innia, 

clan, of Henjannn and Hannah (Gills) i'otler, b. Jnly 3, 1857. f 

Child: j 

Wirt AlluTii, 1). J.-m. 11. 1S78; res. 1902, Enterprise; iiiiin. j 

1254. PiiKiji: Ann** Barcock, dau. (»f John \V. and .\nn t 
(Davis) P»al)Cock (John, IVle--. Oliver. Oliver, John, 

James). 1). North l^.ast. I'a., Sept. 4. 1847; res. 19OJ, Creen- ! 

field, I'a.; m. (ireenlield, Sept. 6. 1864. l':iijah ]*., son of 

Jerome V>. Da\\<, h. (ireenheld. Oct. 28, 1842. 

Children, h. (Ireenlield : 

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Jolin \V., 1>. June 6, \>^\C); res. i<>02. North Kasl ; in. ImilIUv L.ikc, ? 

N. Y.. Kiitli, (laii. of .\sa LainlpluTr, 1'. Kil>Ky, X. ^'. I 

Bertie 15., 1). .Apr. IJ. 1S70; d. \Hj(,. > 

Carrie, b. ; rrs. kx)^. .\sliloii, I'a.; in. Oct. 21, |S<>>, Cliaries, ♦ 

son of Abel Wilkiii-^oii. f 

Nancy, b. ; res. ii)()2. .Xshlabula, C). ; in. Asiilalmla, L. Cutler, 1 

b. Kock Creek, O. j 

Pearl, I). Ai)r. 25, 1881 : res. IQOJ, CiniiiticUl. i 

Blaiicli. 1.. Nov.' 25. 1S.S2. I 
Alice. I). Jan. 28. 1887; il. Oct. iS. 1&J2. 



1255. Almkro.n"'' B.M'.cock, son of Horace and Samantha 

(Crofoot) liahcock (Taker, keleo;, (Oliver. Oliver. 

John. James), b. Jnly .\, 1834. d. Jnne 17, 1868; m. 1860, 

Sarah A. Cobb. 

Children : 

Horace, I). Oct. 2(), ]86i. 
Clarolinc, h. Jan. 23, 1804, 

1256. Willis Ant.lll'^ Bap.cock. son of Xelson and Lucy 

(Lee) Babcock (Russel. Paul. Oliver. Oliver. John. 
James), b. Adams, N. Y., June 16. 1840: res. Adams; m. 
Adams. Au"-. 31, i8r)7. Harriet A., dau. of Klisha and Ruth 
(Carter) Ovei-tou. b. HentlersoiL X. V., Dec. 20. 1842; res. 
Adams. 

Children, b. .\danis ; 

Mary Trances, b. June 14. i86.«!: <1. Adams. July t6. 1883. 
Henry NeNon. I). Mar. 5, 1873; res. lyoj, 195 Bro.-idway. New 
York City. 

1257. LrcixDA A\ Barcock, daiL of Nelson and Lucy 

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James), 1). Adams, N. Y., Aui,^ 2;^ '^4-; <!• Adams. Jan. _'i, 
1891; m. Adams. Dec. 2.}, 18O5. Daniel S.. son of Thomas 
and Polly (W'hilford) (ireene. i). Rodman, X. Y., June 12, 
1842; res. 1902, Adams Center, X. Y. 
Children, b. Adams: 

Jaris, I). June '^. 1S76: ro. ii>jj. A'l.inis ContiT, N. Y. 
Clark n., li. I)Vi-. 10. 1.S7S; rc•^. utoj, Dilliii, N V. 
Alice A., Ii. l\l). .S, 18.S1 ; res. M/JJ, Adams, N. Y. 

1258. Liz/JK ]\1.^ I)Ai!cocK, dan. of I'ardon and Clarissa 

(Benjamin) liahcock ( Unssel. Paul, Oliver, Oliver, 
John, James), h. .Vdams Cenlcr. X. Y., Au.^-. 20. i860; res. 
1902, S. Brookheld. X. Y. ; m. Adams Center. Mar. 21, 188,^. 
Corydon L., son of Daniel and Louisa (I'Y-lton) Ma.xson, b. 
W. Edmeston, X. ^'., Sept. 2. 1860. 

Children, b. S. l^rooklKld. except first, b. W. lulmeston : 

Ethel. 1). M.ir. i.^. ia^4. 

Gilbert. I). Ajir. 3. 1KS6. 

Daniel, 1). Oct. s. iW?. 

Ruth B.. 1>. I'ei.. V i8«j->: <l. .\i)r. j^, iS>j2. 

Rclland 15.. 1.. .\!av l^. 1S95. 

Carlton, h. .Mar. 15, iS<>S. 

1259. Gi'KDox I'^\AX.^^ r>.\i;foc"K. snn of I'jastiis and Doro 

leski (Perkins) Pabcock ( Russel. Paul. Oliver. Oliver, 
John. James), b. Wirt. X. ^^. .\pr. 15. 1843: res. 1902, Scio, 
N. Y.; m. Scio. jnlv 4. 18^)5, Freelove. dan. of John and 
Clarissa (Welch) Wright, b. Scio. Oct. 20. 1843. 
Children ; 

John W.,' li. .Sii<\ June J4. iSfV); res. 1002. Sci": ni. Belmont, 

N. Y.. Jan. JO, 1SX7, Xeilic. dau. of Jdlni and I'.llen Simon, h. 

Scio, Mar. ^i. i8()5. Children, ]>. Scio: Maurice,'" b. Mar. 7, 

iaS8; Raymond, b.' Mar. 27, iSoo. 
Charles E., b. June 2^1. 187 1 ; res. 1Q02, Scio; m. Scio. June 29, 

1898. Grace Revnolds. 
May Bollc," b. Wirt, May 0. 1875: res. Wcllsvillc, N. Y. ; m. Scio, 

July "i- 180V John B., sf>n of Peter and .Mice Gleason Mtirrav, 

b. Wcllsvilie. Mar. 14, 1872. Child: Gladys F.,'" b. Belmont. 

Apr. 18. 1897. 

1260. I^..MM.\ D.^ P..\i{COCK. dan. of I'>astiis and Doroleski 

(Perkins) I^.abcock (Russel, Paul. Oliver, Oliver, 
John. James), b. Sci(^ X. Y.. Oct. i. 1848: d. Scottville. 
Mich.. .\pr. 3. i*;()i ; m. Scio. May h. 1861). Calvin P.. son of 
Samuel and Sar.ah T. ( P;ittcrson ) Stanlon, b. Spaffdrd, 
N. Y., Tmie 12, i8.|(3; res. 1902, Lu(lini;ton, Mith. 
Child : 

Edith D., b. Lndincjton, Oct. 28, 1877; res. 1902. Washinpton. I). C. 



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1261. Samuel Kusskl** IJAncocK, son of luastiis and Don)- 1 
leski (Perkins) Jiabcock ( Russcl, Paul, Oliver, Oli- 
ver, John, James), h. lloneoye Mills. N. V., Oct. 31, 1.S52; * 
res. 19OJ, Jilockville. N. \'. ; ni. Panama, N. Y., Nov. 23, -^ 
1873, Ettie M., (Ian. of l'>astus Smith, b. New York Stale, ', 
July 15, 1856. i 

Children: j 

Carrie F.., 1). Oct. 1=;, 1879; ni. Hlockvillc, J.iii., I'rn, ICarncst ' 

Wiltsio. i 

Ralph R., b. May, iKSi. <» 

Dora l-"., b. I'.Iockvillc, N. V., Jan. 19, i8<S7. » 

1262. I'-RANK J..** liAUCOCK, son of William and X'ink-t ' 
(Hazard) Babcock (Knssel, Paul. Oliver, Oliver, [ 

John, James), b. Scio. X. Y., Sept. 23. 1856; res. 19OJ, Al- ; 

lentown, N. Y. ; m. Wirt, N. V., May 13, 18S0, Lillie A., | 

dan. of Porter and Lvdia (P.abcock) Barnes, b. Scio, Feb. 28, 
1861. 

Children : 

Porter W., 1). Nov. 15, i88j; ros. i90_>, .'\llcnlown. 
Paul P., b. I'\I). 10. 189.V 
Pearl V., b. Sept. 3, 1891. 
Rayinoud, b. Apr. 23, 1896. 

1263. Li:()R.\® Bahcock, dan. of William and Violet 
: (Hazard) P.abcock ( Rnssel, Paul. Oliver, Oliver, 
j John, James), b. Scio. N. Y., Sei)t. 27, 1868; res. 1902. Ina- 
I vale, N. Y.; m. Scio. Sept. 19. 1883, IMilton, son of A. J. 
j Case, b. Inavalc, Sept. 9, 1859. One child, Earl. 
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i 1264. 1'>i-:njamin C.'* Baiscock. son of Charles H. and Caro- 

! line (Lee) Babcock (Rnssel. Paul. Oliver. Oliver, 

! John, James)-, b. Lyons Corners. N. Y., Aug:. 3^ 1866; res. 

i Sacketts Harbor. N. Y. ; m. Sacketts Harbor, Oct. 13. 1886, 

i; Minnie, dau. of Dver and PjcH (Fields) Bass, b. Dexter, 

N. Y.. Apr. 5. 186S. 

'( Children : 

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i Bertha, b. .Sacketts Harbor. June 14. 1888. 

[ Carl, b. Adams Center. N. ^'.. .Mar. 30, 1890. 

1 Liilic. b. Adams Center. July 22. \Ht)j. 

\ Earl, b. Lvons Corners, .Viii?. 9, i8f>(:). 
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* 1265. Hari,i:v Bond^ IU'rihck. son of Duane D. and lunily 

F. (liabcock) P>urdick. Duane D. was son of Capt. 

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John, James), b. Saginaw ("ity, Mich.. June 14, 1^63; res. 
1902, Saj:;iiia\\ ; 111. Moraxi.i, X. V., Xov. jo, j8«S8, Grace, 
(lau. of 'JMiomas aiul Ahhca ( McClean) Greene, Ij. Moravia, 
Feb. 24, i8()9. 

ChiUhen, b. Saginaw. 

Frank IX. 1). N..v. i. 1880. 
Walter 1'., 1). Apr. 19, 1892. 

1266. Makv L.^ HoACLAKi), (lau. of bi>hua and Harriet E. 

(Babcock) lloai^huid (Minanf. I'aul, Ohver, Ohver, 
John, James), b. Union Springs, X. \ ., Sept. 10, 1.S5S; res. 
1902, Detroit, Mich.; m. Tnion Sprin-s, Oct. 29, 1879, Wil- 
liam II., son of William and Mary (Delano) Ikll, b. Monte- 
zuma, N. Y., Ai)r. 2, 1856. 
Children, b. Auburn, X. Y. :' 

Fred K., h. Sept. n, 18S0; res. 1902, Detroit; iinin. 
Lester II., b. May 23, i&Sj. 

1267. IIarriict A." Brown, ilau. of Morri.s and Orissa 

(Babcock) Brown (Henry. Taul, Oliver. Oliver, 

John, Tames), b. ; deceased; m. John Brown. 

Child : 

Carrie, b. ; res. 1902, Sturgis, Mich.; ni. William B. Cluircli. 

1268. Ervi.ng Otis'* r..\i5CocK. son of lahan A. and 
Olive (Brusie) Pnibcock (Harry, Taul, Oliver. Oliver, 

John. James), b. Broc^kfieUl. N. Y., July 29, 1855; res. 1902, 
Oriskany Falls. N. Y. ; m. Rome, N. Y., Nov. 17, 1879. Mary 
Eliza, dau. of Birdsall and Harriet (Ilibbard) Dye. b. Pool- 
ville, N. Y., Aug. 11, 1859. 

Erving Babcock was in California from 1869 to 1872. He 
was a caqientcr and builder by trade; took many contracts 
in Salamanca, X". Y. Eater was a merchant in Clair, Mich., 
and Georgetown, N. Y. .1 . , '< i' :■.' 

Cliildren, b. Salamanca: 

Alice L..' b. Auji. 26, i<S8o; res. ic)02, Tyner. N. V.: in. Oxford, 
June 14. i8(X). Charles F.. son of John and TCli/a Terwillifier 
Jlendrickson. b. Sept. 18. 1.S7S. Child: Louise.'" b. .Xpr. 7. 1900. 

Matic A, 1). Mav 10. iR^2: res. 1902. Oriskanv Fall';. 

Jessie O.. b. May 17. iS«4- 

1269. Jes.sii-: B)I:li.** Baiujock, dau. of Tahan .\. and Olive 

(Brusie) Babcock (Harry. Paul. Oliver. Oliver. John, 
James), b. Modiste. Cal, F\'b. 14. 1870; res. 1902, Jerome, 



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i Ariz.; 111. Oneida Comity. X. V., Oct. 30, iSI^8. Michael M., 

, son of Xiehanl and l-Ji/ahclh ( Ductal) Connor, 1). Tipperaiy, 

! Ireland, lie was a incrcliant tailor. 

i Children: 

' William; I'.arl K. ; .Mildred A.; Vchk- J. 

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1270. 1'"ki:i) lluui:'* I'.mk'ock. son of h^anklin an<l Kalhc- 
rinc (Howe) liahcock ( Ktjuse. Paul, ()li\er, CJli\er, 

! John, janies), h. (lalva, III., ( )cl. jX. iSho; res. 190J, liit;h- 
I land Park, 111.; ni. Chica-.), 111., Se]>l. 5, 1891, Klixabelli \V. 
Porter, h. Sprin^lield, Vl., June 4, i8()S. 
Children, 1). CIiicai;(): 

CatlioriiR' .S., 1) Si pi. 3, i.^)3- 
t Porter ']"., 1). June 15, 1S96. 

1271. ]<\)RKi:s'r 1'k.\.\k^ Paijcock, son of h^-anldin and 

Katharine (Mowe) r»al)Coek (Rowse, Paul. Oliver, 

Oliver, John, Janies), h. Davenport, la., A|)r. 30, 1867; res. 

1902, 163 Ei^i^leston .\\enue. Chicago, 111.; 111. Chicaii^o, July 

! 29, 1890, I'.lanehe S., dau. of J. C. and Mary ( Tuttle) Slurte- 

vant, 1). Chica!:;(>. Dec. 23, 18O8. 

Children, h. ChicaL^o: 

Forrest Ralpli. h. .\up. 18. 1893. 
Franklin II., I). Nov. lo, 1899. 

! 1272. Willis A.^ llxr.cocK, son of Rodolphus and Mary 
I (SchernierhonD I'ahcock (Rowse, Paul, Oliver, Oli- 

I ver, John, James), h. Chatham, 111., May 23, 1861 ; res. 1902, 
; Mason City, la.; lu. Mason City, Sept. 17, 1891, Henrietta, 

dau. of Henry and ivlarie (Moss) Roden, b. Cicrmany. 
I Children, b. Mason City: 

I Lucile, b. Aufj. 5, 1892. 

; Henry, b. July 3, 1894. 

1273. Paul Heard'^ Bap-cock, son of Dewane D. and 
Frances K. (Heard) P.abcock (Martin \V., I'aul. Oli- 
ver, Oliver, John. James), b. .Alfred. X. V.. June 11. 1872; 
res. 1901. [07 Warren .\venue. Milwaukee. Wis.; ul Buf- 
falo, N. v., Oct., 1S03, Helen Roberts, onlv dau. of Dr. Burt 
! B. and Delyra P. (Wilccxx) l>:oberts. b. .May 30. \S<hj. 

[ Paul Heard I'abcock is printer and pressman; has been 

. superintendent for Myer-Rotier Printing- Company. Milw.'iu- 
kee. Wis., and of other ])rinlin<^ establishments, and in Dec, 
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Children : 

Paul KoIktIs. li. liulTi.Io, Sept. 24, 1804. 
Allan lliar.l, 1.. ClivclaiKl, (J.. July 14. lS<)C). 
Kailli \'ir^inia. I). (.'lfvilaii<l, Apr. 1.?, |S(>S. 
Unit Dcwaiic, 1). Milwauki'c, iKc. 21, \\^/). 

1274. Faitji JCi.lkn'"' 15ai;c(k:k. dau. of 13ewanc X). and 
l"'raiiccs (Heard) I'.ahcock (Martin \V., I'aul, Oliver, ] 

Oliver, John, James), h. S. Uansville. N. Y., Auf,^ .j, 1874; 
res. 1901, 141 I'ark Street, P.uffalo, X. Y. ; ni. liuffalo, Oct. 1, 
1896,' Charles S. Kent. 
Child : 

Paul W., 1). I'.uflalu. Oct., 189S. 

1275. \\'ii.ij.\.M Ai.fkiid'* P>aijci)CK, son of Alfred \\. and j 
Amy (Giles) Babeoek (l'>.ra, Ezra, Oliver, Oliver, j 

John. James), h. New Market. N. J.. Vch. i«). 185S; res\ 1902, J 

398 Iknlston Street, lioston. Mass.; m. iranijxlen Corner, | 

Mc., Au<f. 26, 1884, Lida R... dan. ol C.d\ in and Mercy i 

(Deane) Doanc, h. Hampden Corner, .\\)\-. 17, 1859. d. K. 
Somerville, Mass., May i. 1887. 
Children: 

Alfred B., 1). Ilanipdoii Coriu-r. July 23. 1885. 
Albert Leslie, b. W. SouK-rville, Mar. 14. 1887. 

1276. JosKi'iii.XF, Am ARi'.TTi:'* Bahcock, dan. of W'illiam and ' 
Sarah A. (Bnrdick) Bahcock (Ezra. Ezra, Oliver. 

Oliver, John, James), h. Homer. X. Y., Apr. 30. 1857; res. 
1902, .Arcade,' X. Y. ; m. Cortland. N. Y.. Mar. 25, 1879. 
Adelhert L., son of Ira and Mary (Lyon) h^^aslman. 1). Eagle, ^ 

N. Y., Apr. 29, 1856. ' ' I 

Children : \ 

MaVy L.. b. ITonicr. Oct. 11. t88o: res. 1902, Arcade. j 

Burr. b. Ol)erlin. Dec. 11, 1883; d. Dec. 24, 1883. 1 

William V.. b. Obcrlin. Jan. 2. 1885. \ 

Laura A., h. Prnvo, Utab, .Xpr. 20. 1887. 1 

Gertrude Katberine. b. New \oxk City. Feb. 18, 1890. ( 

Bernicc, b. Arcade, Aug. 31, 1891. j 

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1277. Addii-: Mav^ Bahcock, dau. of Tared anrl Mary 

(Clark) P.ahcock (Daniel. Ezra, Oliver, Oliver. John. 
Tames), b. Scipio. N. Y.. Feb. 27. 1874: res. 1902. 38 Clinton 
Street. ITomer. X. Y. ; m. Scott. X. ^'.. Jitly 8. i8()i. Merton 
A., son of Hamilton and Josephine (Truman) Whiting, b. 
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Cliild: 

Archer 1?., I>. Scott, July 9, i8<>M. 

1278. JAMi;s I'/ I'.AiicocK, snn of John nnd Ida L. (Tem- 

plar) liahcock (ha, J.uke, Oliver, Oliver, John, 
James), h. llartlaiid, ( )., Xov. iS, nSj^; res. 190J, Olena, O. ; 
m. Towiisend, ()., Mar. iS, iHi)(), Cora Iv, <lau. of W. K. and 
Abhic Norton, h. Towiisend, Oct. 21, 1S74. 
Children : 

Marian C, h. Hmn-dii. 
Raymond 1)., h. llartlaiid. 

1279. Joiix l>().\Ri)M.\N^ CoTTUKLi., SOU of Tra T.ce and An- 

ij^elia (Dye) Cottrell (John and I^^mnia liahcock 
Cotlrell) (Luke, Oliver, Oliver, hihn. James), h. Richhuri^, 
N. Y., Sei)l. 10, 1873; res. 190J, Jinx^klyn. N. V.; m. Shiloh, 
N. J., Dec. 26, iS<;5, Julia, dan. of .Mfred T. V. antl J.izzie 
(Swino) Randolph." h.'.Shiloh. Oct. 17, 1871. 
Children, h. Brooklyn : 

Cclia, 1). Fob. 6, iS<j7. 

John B., Jr., h. May 15. 189S. 

Beatrice, b. June 28, 1900. 

1280. Charles 1>uhton^ B.\i;cock. son of Burton and 
Helen (Morris) Babcock (Simon, Luke. Oliver. Oli- 
ver, John, James), b. Bino'hamton, N. V., ALar. 7, 1874; res. 
1902, Bin<;hamton ; m. Bini^hamton, June 23, 1898, Adeline, 
dau. of John and Mary (Dcrkins) Ivletzgar, b. Binghamton, 
Nov. 30, 1872. 

Child : 

A daiigliter, b. Aug., 1901. 

1281. Lillian Estetjj:^ Babcock, dau. of Austin and Lau- 
ra (Wade) Babcock (Thomas, Harris. Jose])h, Oliver, 

John, James), b. Oriskany Falls. X. ^'.. June ]C), 1858; res. 
1902, Cashton. Wis.: m. Austin, Minn., ^Lar. 20, 1878, Al- 
fonso, son of Jolm Kimbrick. b. July 29, 1853. 
Children : 

Leonard A., h. Dorlee Center, Sept. 18. 1879; re=;. IQ02, Cashton. 

Harrv W.. b. Mav 6. if<8v 

Ray W., b. Apr. 5. 1S80. 

Walter, b. Cashton, iS(j_'. 

Laura E., b. N<iv. 12. iS<X=;. 

Lynn, b. Cashton, Mar. 5, 1900. 



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1282. Iknj:ss I'Iugi-nk" J',.\I!C(jck, sou of Austin and Laura 

(Wade) liahcock ( 'riionias. Harris, Joseph. Oliver, 
John, James), h. Oronoco. Minn.. May 25. 1S61 ; res. 1902, 
Cass Lake, Minn.; ni. Iludson. Wis.. Scpi. 19, 1S87, Ger- 
trude, dan. of Leonard and Mar\ Kohl, h. (ierniany, Nov. i 
1852. 

ChiUhen : 

ILuKcnc K.. b. St. r'aul, Minn.. IXc. 10. i8S<;. 
Robert Austin, b. Nov. 23, i8<9i. 

1283. ]1i:nkv Ivrcci.i-s'* L.M'.cock. sr.n of Jolni W. and 
Al)hie L. (La.L;^) l)ahcock (Thomas. 1 larris, Joscjjh, 

Ohvcr. John. James), h. Aui^nista Center. X. ^^. J;in. 18, 
i860: res. 1902. T^jj-i^ Lmerson .Avenue. Minne.ipohs, Minn.; 
ni. Dodj^e Center. Minn., Apr. 3. iSSi. Marlh.a .\., d.in. of 
llarver and Ohve M. (Ashj I'ahner, h. Tme island, Alinn., 
Dec. 8, 1856. 
Children : 

Gcorpc IIiMiry. h. nodgc Cciilcr. Oct. 26. 1S.S2. 
Frank I'alnicr, b. DikIi:;^ e'cnu-r. Oct. 17, iKSv 
Nellie Olive, b. Dddpe Ceiiler. Dec. ig, 1885. 
Jennie May. 1). Webster. S. D., Oct. 20, 1887. 
Al)bie .'\., b. Wel)ster, Mar. 25, 1800. 
Fred A., b. Webster, Aug. 29, i8gi. 

1284. Charles I\\lmkk^ r..\ncocK. son of Jfjhn W. and 
Ahhie (Baj:,^:) Bahcock (Idionias, Harris. Joseph. 

Oliver, John. James), h. }^Iacrnolia. 111.. Auc^. 3, 1862; res. 
1902. 1631 Penn Avenue. Minneapolis, IMinn. ; m. Farni- 
ing^ton, Minn.. Apr. 2. iS()i.. Lcolinc. dau. of An.<?el and 
Kate (Clark) Booth, h. Silver Creek, X. Y., Jan. 12, 1S70. 
Children, h. Minneapolis: 

Charles Lee, h. June 29. 1802. 
, Edward Bertli, b. Sept. 3. 1894. ' 

Marjorie E., b. Jan. 19, 1897. ' ' . 

1285. Joiix Wkslkv'* Bahcock. Jr.. son of John W. and 

Ahhie fP.acr.!.i) liahcoek (Thomas, Harris. Joseph. 
Oliver. John. James), h. i^ne Jsland. Miim.. .Au.^-. t,' 1868; 
res. 1902, 22/ Xcrxie Axeiuic. Minneapolis; ni. Minneapolis. 
Oct. 2. 1895. Susie May. dau. of John and Susan (Knaehlc) 
Kees, h. Minneapolis. Alav r. 187V 
Children, b. Minneapolis; 

Viola L.. b. Nov. 2. 1896. 
Vernon M., b. June i, 1899. 



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1286. KsTF.i.i.K Mav^ liAHCocK. (lau. of John \V. an.l 

Ahbic O'-i,^.^'' P.aboK-k (Thomas. Harris, Joseph, ^ 

Ohvcr. lohii, janu's). h 1 )o(I.<,a> Cciilcr. Minn.. May 13. 187X; 

ni. Minneapolis. An-. S. \Xi)(). Sanincl C. son of Sanmcl and j 

Alnri (Sylvester) Nealon, h. ihooklyn, X. ^'., Ai)r. 14, 1874. • 

Child:" ' ! 

Abbic Alma, 1). Nov. 2(j, 1900. Uruoklyii. I 

1287. Sarah I-j.iza" I^abcock, dan. of Joseph TInirli and j 
Ehza Ann (Ilosley) Bahcock (lin.i(h W.. Josepii, 

Joseph, Oliver, John. James), h. N. Adams, Mass., Sept. 30, i 

18-14; res. TQOO. Wilniin.i;ton, Vt. ; m. N. Adams. Dec. 25. f 

i86f). Klhrid.uc Myron, .scjn of Israel and ]::ii/.aijeth (Barnard) | 

llaynes, h. Wilmington, Mar. i, 1846. I 

Children: | 

Cliailc^ l'.ll)ri(lKc. b. Wiliniiunon. .Sept. iS. 1K70: living u/)i, *. 

LinK^tonc, N. Y. ; in. \Vilmiii«t..n. Aur. 21. 1X04. l.nia May f 

Robinson, clan, of Spencer and Mary (Fits) Robnison. b. Wards- i 

boro, Vt. „,., . ( 

Nora FJi/alKtb. b. Sept. 14. if^7.^: re<. looi. W ilnniif^'K.n ; m. ? 

Asbcvillc, N. C. Dec. 8. iSr)6, Leslie Henry, of Wilnunston. .<^on 

of Henry and Sarab (Smith) .\dam^. b. 'Wibnin^'ion, Sept. 15. i 

1874. Tlicy have one eliild, Hilma Rose. b. WiiininRton, Sept. ) 

20. 1000. I 

Rose ICllcn, b. July 12. 1877. I 

1288. Col. Gi'Oii(;K T^I.^ :Mol-i.ton'. son of J(^seph an<l Jane *; 

M. (Bahcock) ^^)nlton (Hnj^h ^\^. Joseph. Joseph, 
Oliver. John, James), h. Readshoro. Vt. Mar. 15. 1851; res. 

1901. at 2ii9"Calumct Avenne. Chica,i,^o, 111.; m. Bnriinslon, ^ 

la., Mar. 12, 1873. Anna Florence, dau. of Scth and Martha j 

Anne (Ware) Garland. j 

With his parents he removed to ChicaLT'^ in 1853; .c:i"ad- .J 
uated at the hij^h scIk^oI in 1868; in 1870. with his father, 

erected the first grain elevatt^r in Dnlnth ; since that tinic has : 
managed the erection of many of the largest elevators in the 

conntry. From its organization he has heen President of the J 

Pioneer Fire-Proof Constnictii^n Company, wln'ch owns and . 
controls the largest clay mannfactiiring estahlishment in the 

world. j 

Since Feh.. 1804. h.e has heen Colonel of the Second In- • 

fantry Regiment. Illinois National C.nard. With his regiment ; 

he pa^rticipated in the campaign of Julv and .\ngnst. i8(M. for j 

the suppression of the railroad riots in the vicinity of Chicac:«~>- \ 

He with his regiment served in the Spanish War. He was the • 
first United States Chief of Police in Havana, and is (1901) 

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CliiUlrcn : 

lulitli May, 1). W'iiuma, Miiiii,. Auf;. ^\, 1H74; m. Cliicago, Oct. 6, 

1S98, John llciiry Miirpiiy. 
Arllmr C, b. C'liicagu, l-'cl). 15, 1S76. 

1289. Sak.mi Ei.izAUKTii'^ li.viicocK, (laii, of Charles l\ollin 
and Maria (Stowe) Babcoclc (Ilu';li \\'., Joseph, Jo- 
seph, Ohver, John, James), b. keadshoio. N't., May 9, 1852; 
ni. St. l\'iul, Miuii., Oct. J I, 1874, I'Vaiik Leon lirauiard. 

Child: •■ : . >:^:- • 

KIortiKc Marie, 1>. St. I'aiil. .Mar. i.S, 1876. 

1290. J'j.LA Makia^ Baucock. dan. of Chailes Rolliii and 
Maria (Slowe) Bahcock (lln;;h W'.. Joseph, Joseph, 

Oliver, John, James), b. l.eyden. Mass.. Jan. 24, 1854; in. 
St. Paul", Minn., Get. 25. 1876, I'rank ]).jut;lass Hyde. 
Child : 

Josephine Etta, h. Ma;^cjipa, Minn., July .5, 1878. 

1291. CiiAKLi£S J.* Babcock, son of Charles Iv. and Mareia 

(Wing) Babcock (llngh \V., Joseph, Josci)h, Oliver, 

John, James), b. W'alervillc, Minn.. July 17, 1864; res. 1901. 

Perin .\venue, Ivlinneapolis, Minn.; m. St. l*aul, Minn.. June 

19, 1889, Helen C. Murray, b. Hastings, Minn., iJec. 17, 1868. 

Child: 

Luci'lc, b. St. Paul, June 27, 1891. 

1292. Lrcv Makia^ Baijcock, dau. of lilnathan W. and 

Sally (Davis) Babcock ( Peleg, .Abel. James. James. 
James. John. James), b. Hopkinton, 1\. ]., May 9, 1813; d. 
Westerly, R. I., Aug. 21. 1891 ; m. Ashaway. R. 1.. Sejit. 16. 
1852, l\ev. Lebbeus M.. son of Lebbeus and Lydia (Maxson) 
Cottrell. 1). Westerly, Nov. 15, 1819; res. 1902, Dc Ruvter, 
N. Y. 
Child : 

Dr. Rourdinan M.. b. \V. Kdineston, N. Y., Nov. 15, 1856; res. 
HJ02, Ilornellsville. N. V. 

1293. I'\\Nxv M." Babcock, dau. of Peleg and Lucinda 

(Brown) Babcock (Peleg. .\bel. J.ames, James. James, 
John, James), b. Independence. X. ^'.. Xo\-. 4. 182C); d. I,a- 
niont. Pa., .\ug. 7, 1893; m. Pillle (KMiesee. X. V.. J.ames .\. 
R. (Ireenman. b. Steventown, X. ^'., .\ug. 10, 1820; d. Hatch- 
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Chiklrcn, b. Lamuiil : •■ • • 

1490 Ikiijainin I-"..'" b. Tcb. 2j, 1831 ; m. F.inily Prc^tuii 

Kli'cta Klizaliclli, I). Jan. t,. iS(ii ; res. HX3-'. Halcliville; m. Iiide 
pcndciKo, Any. i.;, i8</(. Charles \\ . iNclsoii. 

1294. l).\Mi".i. liNds'-* Ji.M'.cocK, Son of I'clci; and J.iicinda 

(iJrowii) Ikibcock ( rdcq;, Abel, James, James, James, 
Jtilin, James), I). Iiulependeiu-e, X. \'., July 12, iiSj.S; d. Wirt 
Center, X. \'., Oct. 5, 1 S(;8 ; m. Wirt CViUer, Au;^. u. i<^54, 
Hannah Ann Witter, h. Alt"red. X. \ ., June 5, 1H35; res. 
190 J, Wirt Center. 

J)aniel Jiahioek- was a farmer and carpenter. He was Dea- 
con of the Xile S. ]). 15. Church for thirty-seven years. 

Chilchen, h. Wirt Center: 

Alice Ltnia, h. May 7. 1H55: d. Win. Dec. 21, 1881; m. Wisconsin, 
Apr. 25, 1875, (jcorjjc, son of .Sannicl and IClizahctli (Bagncll) 
Clark; res. iyo2, l-'ricndsliip, X. W 

Lewis Daniel, b. Jan. j8, 1857; d. Jan. 31. 1857. 

George I'eleir. b. Jnne 24, 1858; d. Cnba, K. \'., Jnnc 10, 18S1. 

Mary Junogenc, b. Sepl. 30, i860; d. Wirt, .-Vug. 12. i88<i; m. 
Wirt, Sept. 16. 1S85, Andrew, son of Enoch and .Maria (Hartcr) 
Shaven, b. Wayland, N. Y., Oct. 9. 18O1 ; res. 1902, Wayland. 

Susan 'J\, b. Oct. 31, 1871; res. IQ02, Alfred. N. Y. ; m. Wirt. 
Feb. 14, 188.J, Ely, son of Elisha and Harriet (Snntli) l'\nner, 
b. Alfred, Ai)r. 28, 1870. 

Arthur Lewis, b. Apr. 22, 1S73; res. 1902, Wirt Center. 

1295. Ei.iz.\iji:tii A." l^.MiCocK. dan. of Pelecc <'^'i*l Lucinda 

(Brown) Bal)cock (IVlet.;-. Abel. James, James, James, 
John, James), b. Genesee, N. Y., Au.i(. 27. 1830; res. 1902. 
Genesee; m. Hebron. Pa., July 10. 18.^7, Caleb, son of Caleb 
and Johanna (Wade) Lewis, b. Stafford. N. Y., June 22, 
1820, d. Genesee. June 6, 1891. 
Children : 

Clarrisa, b. Farmcrsville. N. Y.. Jan. 25. 1849; res. 1002, Port- 
villc, N. Y. ; m. Genesee. Mar. 12, 1868, Andrew J., son of 
Almond and Sarah (Ellis) Roliinson. b. Clark>ville, N. \' ■, 
Apr. 7, 1845. 

F. I'.thcline, b. Genesee. Sept. 5. 1852; d. Jan. 29. 1854. 

Harriet L., b. Genesee, Nov. 27. 1855: res. 1902, Genesee, N. Y. ; 
ni. Cuba, N. Y., Oct. 2, 1873. George D., son of Asa and Jane 
(Keller) Munger, b. Hmne, N. Y., Apr. 17, 1852. 

1296. Eln.mh.xn" \\'i:i.t-.s" IkMjcock. son of relec^ and Lu- 
cinda (]>rown) l^abcock ( Peleuf, .Abel. James. James. 

James, Jolm. James), b. Little Genesee. X. Y.. \\vj!^. 24, 1840: 
d. Dans\ille, X. ^^. June 20. i8<;8; m. Canasarau^ua. X'. Y., 
Aug. 3, i8r)3, I'Xa, dau. oi .Andrew and MarL;aret (C\»nder- 



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man) llarlcr, h. iMcinoiit, X. \., An-, ij, iS.|3; res. 1902, 
Dansvilli'. 

Cliiklrcn, 1). Dansvillc: 

1491 l);micl W..'" 1». May iS, 1S64 ; m. Julia I". Wcsilakc. 

MalR-, I). Mar. 24, i^M; n-s. n/)J, I'.eiliii, .M<1. ; m. D.msvilk-, 

Kdmoucl li., son of Pclcr and Maranda (IJrown) Ki>^crs, b. 

IntK'iKMuIcncc. 
ManKH- I'.. I>. .M.tr. -'.^ i>«>H: <l. Dansvillc. Si-pt. 21. 1K70. 
Carrie M., i). Oct. i.v 1X71 ; res. h/jj. Dansvillr. 
l-'va K.. 1>. Jan i>. 1X7^; res. .Ww iUrlin. N. ^ '. : in Dansvillc, 

Auk. ^. I'AKJ. Kollin IC, son of l-'ilis and Kale (HilO Wilson, b, 

Fairfield Center. l*a.. .Au^. 12. 1X7.^ 
Lizzie E., b. Sept. 1, 1876; res. HJ02, Dansvillc. 

1297. O.sc.vK l^rrzcKU.M.i)" Muuimiy, son of Dr. Francis 
and ICli/.abclh Ann (I>abcock) Mnrpliy (J'dcj;. Abel, 

James, jaincs, James, Jobn. James), b. Westerly, R. 1., June 
21, 1851; res. 1902, Pawcatnok. Conn.; m. Westerly. IW). 
20, 1873. Ann l^lizabetb. dan. of All'reil and I'etsey (flard- 
iner) Cbajjman. 1). Westerly, Jan. S, 1853. 
Cbildren : 

Minnie Etta. b. Westerly. Jan. 3, 1S74; d. Oet. 15, 1875. 
George O., b. May 8, 1878; res. iyo2, Pawcatuek. 

1298. John Wksley" B.M'.cock, son of William and Pal- 

myra (Densmore) luabcock (Mnlford, Abel. James. 
James, James, Jobn, James), b. Mexico, N. Y., July 17, i<*^.vV. 
res. 1902, Owosco. Midi.; m. Cbardon, O., Oct. lo, i<S59. 
Julia A., dau. of Isaac and fulia .\. (Todd) Sberman. b. Kirt- 
land. O. 

Cbildren, b. Cbardon. except last : 

T492 MiiHiie Elizabeth.'" b. Eel). 16, 1863; in. Adam >r. Carver. 

Jennie, b. Jan. 4, 1866; res. 1902. Mentor. O. ; in. Benjamin P. 
Warren, b. Mentor. 
*' Annie R., b. Jan. 14. i860; res. 1002. Burlington. Kan.; in. Bur- 

lington, I'lysses G. Keevn. b. Burlington. 
Mattie I'stelle.'" b. Little .Mountain. O.. Nktr. 12. 1872; res. 1902. 
S. Woodland .Xvenue. Cleveland. (). ; m. WeecUport. N. V.. 
■ ■ June I. iS()4. Ered J.. M«n of C. Harris, b. Mentor. O., Oct. 27. 
1871: Child: Stanley J.." b. Feb. 3. J895- 

1299. TIknry Mokkll^ B.vbcock, son of William and Pal- 
myra (Densmore) P.abcock (Mtilford. .Abel. James. 

Jaincs. James. Jobn. James), b. Mexic(\ \. \'.. .\u£;^. 19. iS,^6; 
res. i()02. Little Mountain. O. ; m. Cbardon. C).. Oct. 2y, 
1861, Kubv Mari;i. ado])ted dau. of Parisli and Marie (Fox) 
Joyce, 1). K inland, (1, Jan. 2j, 1S40. 
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Children : . . 

Mary K., I.. I.itllc Mt.. Sept 5. iS6j; res. 1002. 32 Cuddl Slrcot, 

Cleveland, O. ; in. l,iiilc .\lt., June ij. iH«8, licnjannii Ralpli . 

Latlimp. * 

Leo W'.. 1). I.itllc .Mt.. J.m. 10. 1K67; .1. MichiRan. Nov. i. \W^^. \ 

Francis M., h. .\lentc.i. ().. Mar. _'4, iKoj; res. njoj. Little Mt. \ 

Olive Joyce, li. Mentor, Jnne Jl, 1.S7J; res. i<x)2. Little .\It. 1 

Henry iJeiisniore, h. .Mentor, Jnly 2,\. 1874; <1. .Mentor, Sept. 20 | 

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Ruth O.. 1). Little Mt., June 16. 1889. j 

1300. \\'iLi.i.\M I'Kkuv-' D.xncocK. son of rcrry G. and En- \ 
nice (Wilc-o.x) liahcock (Mnlford. .Xhcl. James, | 

Jainc'.^. fames. Jolm. James), b. WesUily. \<. I.. Sept. 11, \ 

1839; d. iMilwood. (la.. }\\\\c J4, icScjc^; ni. Oswego. X. V.. | 

Mar. 16, 186.1. Cecilia M. Davis, h. Trenton, X. J., Jnne 9. 1 

1838; res. 1902. Mi!\v(K)d, Ca. ' \ 

William luihcock was a physician and cler<;vman. lie was \ 

in the mercantile business when he died. i 

Children : I 

Dr. William Herbert, b. June 12. ]87r; cl. Milwood, ^L'^^. 9. 1894. [ 

Arthur W. E., b. Nov. 9, 1872; d. Sei>i. 19. 1883. / 

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1301. Enw.vRi)^ Bahcock. son of I'crry G. and Fdi/.a (Shef- { 
field) Babcock (Mnlford. Abel, James, James. James. | 

John, James), b. Westerly. R. I.. Jan. 30. 18^2; res. 190J, \ 

132 1-2 Academy Street, j'er.scy City. X. J.; m. Scriba. X. Y., ; 

Dec. 22, 1868, Hetlie Belle, dan', of Georc^e and Weltha '. 

(Kicc) ITynds. b. Sharon, X. V., Feb. 2X, 1841, d. Osweoo. ' 

N. v.. Mar. i ^,. 1876. "^ j 

Child: ^ I 

Wclthn F... I). Oswego. Nov. 2?,, 1874; res. 1902, 132 E. Second [ 

Street, Oswego. .) 

1302. A]u:l-* B.xbcock. son of Perry G. and Eliza (Shef- ; 
field) Babcock (Mnlford, Abel. James. James. James. 

John, James), b. Westerly, R. T.. Dec. Ji. 1844: res. 1902. I 

Westerly: m. (i) Mexico. X. Y.. Jan. 9. 1870. Ella. dan. of ' 

G. \\'. B)aker. I). I'hiladelphia. X. ^'.. Ant^. 22. 1850. d. Scriba. S 
N. v., July 29. 1889: m. (2) ^Tar. 14. 1894. Ida E. (Sisson) 

Babcock. wiilow of 588 Henry Babcock. \ 

Children, b. Scriba: ( 

Fred .X.. h. Nov. 3. 1874: in. Jan. i. 18^)8. \V.kW\. dau. of Joseph , 

lUich. I). Shannock. R. !.. .Auk. 18. 1872. Tluv res. Stoninpton. ? 

Roscoe C. I). Dec. 30. 1878: res. 1002. Wester'lv: ni. We-terlv. ) 

Oct. 14. l8<X). Minnie Dalson. b. Westerly. ' { 

Mattie, h. June i6. 1884; d. Mar. 10, 1888. 

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1303. Clr.okc.i-: S."' ISaiicolk, son of I'crry C. and l-'Ii/.i 

(SlR-rik-I<! ) r.a!K-..(k (Muli'ord, Alx-I. |aiiK>. jaiiics, 
James, jolin, jaiiics). h. Situiinj^^tun, Conn., Sept. 5, 1852; 
res. 190J, LansiiiiL;, X. \ .: in. X. Scriha, .\'. V., Apr. j, il^j.j, 
Ida, dan. of Richard and li^lcanur JJanicl.^, b. \c\v lla\cn, 
N. Y., Oct. 30, 1856. 
Child: 

George Amos. 1). Scriha. .\\\^. _'4, 1H75; ris. i</JJ, N. Scriba ; in. 
Oswego, Ai)r, 3, 1901. I>li)sc JoiK's, 1>. l.an.siiig. 

1304. luA r.i:xTJj:v'* ]jAi;l(jck, son of .'Stephen and lannia 

(Uenllcy) ]5al)Cock { Stephen, Nathaniel. Xatlianiel, 
James, James. John. James), h. jnly 24. i<S3o: res. 1902, 
Torrin^^lon, C"t)nn. ; m. I'cb. 22, i»'^57. Maria (1. (Ireen. 
Children: 

Edwin, I). .M.ir. 15, 1S59: in. and rr^. Toi rin^lon. Xo diildrcn. 
Ida .M.. I). Si])t. 14, 1864; in. Gccjrgc L. Harrison; res. J902, 
Torrington. 

1305. Samuel Avi-.m" Baucock, son of Samuel II. and 
Caroline (Stanton) P)abcock (Stephen, Nathaniel, 

Nathaniel, James. James, John, jmncs). h. X. Stoninj^on, 
Conn., Dec. 29, jS^2; d. Mar. 10. i8()2; m. S. Kini^ston, 
R. I., Dec. 24, i8r»3. Mary J. P.arber. 

He was a teacher for t\\ent\-ri\e N'cars, and afterward a 
farmer in N. St(jnin<;ton. 

Children, b. N. Stonington : 

Emma E., h. ; res. Westerly. R. I. 

Edwin A., b. ■ •: res. Westerly. 

Frank H.. 1). ; res. Westtrly. 

1306. Emily E.^ Browx. dau. of Cyrus \V. and Elizabeth 
S. (Bahcock) Brown (Stephen. Nathaniel. Nathaniel, 

James, James. John, James), b. Jan. 16, 1828: res. 1902. X\ 
Stonington. Conn.; m. X. Stonington, Xov. 7. 1844, Thomas 
W. Wiieelcr. 
Child : 

Nancy M.. b. .Sept. 2. 1847: d. Jan. 5. 190J; m. Dec. 3. 1878. Wil- 
liam H. Ilillard. 

1307. Cviu-s TIlnuv^ Bkow.x. son of Cyrus W. and Eli/.a- 
beth S. (Babcock) Brown (Stephen. X'athaniel. Xa- 
tlianiel. James, James, John. James), b. X. Stonington. Xov. 
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Sarah C. dan. of lloracc Maxsoii. of Ashawa}-, 1\. I., b. Mar. { 
4, 1837. (I. Oct. 1. 18(^7. 

Mr. lirowii was a loachcr in puhlic schools in Connecticut f 

and Rhode Island for ci,t,dil years, until married, then removcrl 1 

to Boston, Mass., and was a merchant for forty years, then • 

returned to Westerly, \\. I. I 

Ciiildren, b. Brighton, Mass.: | 

Elizahctli L., 1). June 15. 1858; res. Westerly; iii. .M.iy IQ, l8So, 

Gcorpo 11. Ultcr, oi Westerly. Has four children. i 

Henry 1*2., 1». Apr. 5. 1X61; res. 190J, Hosion. .Mass.; ni. Dec. 3, , 

1890, Caroline C. Rollins. Has one child. 1 

Kalhcrine -M., h. Nov. 5. 1865: res. \c/^2. .Melrose, Mass.; m. Oct. \ 

?.V l8<)5, John L. Howard. Has two children. | 

Wilfred Si., b. Apr. .}, 1870; res. Boston. .Ma'^s. ! 

Horace C. h. Jnnc 22. 187.V, res. Boston. | 

Grace E., b. July 19. 1881 ; re^. 1902, Westerly. 1 

1308. I.orisi: .\."' I'.rowx, dan. of Cyrus W. and ]<:ii/.abeth ' 
S. (Bahcock) Brown (Stephen, Xathaniel, Nathaniel, . 

James, James, John, James), h. X. Stonington, Conn., Mar. J 

21, 1832; (1. Apr. II, 1888; m. Dec. 17, 1850, Dr. E. R. \ 

Lewis, b. Hoi)kinton, 1\. 1.. Jan. 31. 1837, d. June 15, 18S7. • 

Both (1. in Westerly, R. 1. " ' ^ i 

Children: [ 

Henrietta L.. b. Dec. 8. 1854; res. 1902. Plainficld, N. J.; m. Dec. 4 

30, 1879, Henry .M. >laxson. of Pawcatuck. Conn. Has one child. \ 

Dr. Edwin R. Lewis, h. June 5, 1S63: res. 1902. Westerly; ni. , 

Feb. 27, 1889, Mary F. Babcock. Their child, Edwin, b. Mar. 21, ', 

1890. d. Oct., 1890. ! 

Hannah B., b. Jnnc 6, 1870; d. Nov. 4, 1876. 

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1309. Gideon Perry^ IjROWX, son of Cyrus \\\ and Eliza- ; 
bcth S. (Babcock) Brown (Stei)lien, Nathaniel, Xa- \ 

thaniel, James, James, John, James), b. N. Stonington, Aug. 
3, 1834: deceased; m. (i) Dec. 16, i86j, Mary L. Hollis. 
b. Brighton, Mass.. Apr. 2, 1838. d. Feb. 14, 1870; m. (2) 
June 24, 1873, Martha C. Hollis, sister of first wife: 

Children : I 

Marion L.. b. Sept. 30. 1865: m. Mar. 19, 1890, Virgil M. Richards. 
Adelaide C.. b. Boston. Mar. 4, 1874. ' 

George, b. Boston. Nov. 29, 1876. j 

1310. BE^^\^.\^^ Wii.t.i.\ms^ Browx, son of Cyrus W. and , 
Elizabeth (Babci>ck) Brown (Stephen, Nathaniel. 

Nathaniel, James. James, John, James), b. N. Stonington. 

Conn., Apr. 4, 1836; m. Hartford, Conn.. Se])t. to, i8<>o, 

Ahnira M. IMcCdaflin, b. Sept. 22, 1842. They res. 1902, 
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Lcc !•:.. !). Ilarfforfl. July 22. 1863; m. Newton, la.. Fc-b. 8. 1888, 
Lena McCirej^or. Hase one child. They res. iyo2. Newton. 

Minnie L., I) l'"airviesv, la., Dec. IQ, 1S70; ni. Nov. 27, 1895, 
Josepli 11. i'leenian. They res. iy02. I'rairie City. 

Benjamin \\'., 1). I'airview, Oct. 21. 1880; ni. Feh. 12, 1902, Wini- 
fred IJali, of Nebraska. They res. 1902, I'rairie City. 

1311. TiiuMA.s" Hkown, son of ("ynis W. and I'Ji/.abcth 

(Bahcock) I'.rown (Stcplicn. Natlianicl. Nalhaiiiel, 
James, James, John, James), h. June 28, 1838; m. Aj)r. 24, 
1866, Mary A. Culhy, of Urigliton, Mass. 
Children : 

Annie R., 1). Auj?. 15, 1868; ni. GcorRc M. Brooks, of Boston, Mass. 
TliMiiias C. b. liruokiyn, Dec. 15, 1870; ni. Apr. 6, i8(>S, Petis D. 
J)anu>n. 

1312. William P.® Babcock, son of John rnxl luinice 

(Maine) Bahccjek (Sle])hen, Xalhaniel, Nathaniel, 
James, Jrmies, John, James), h. July 14, 1855; res. 190J. X. 
Slonin_<;ton, Conn.; m. Sept. 24, 1882, Mary \L. Unrdick. 
Children : 

Allis M.. b. Oct. 16. 1883. 
Ida B., b. Jan. 21. 1S85. 
Ainia L.. b. Aujj. 20, 1886. 
Betsey E.. b. July g, 1889. 
Susan v.. b. Dec. 29, i8go. 
Frances A., b. Sept. 6, 1892. 

1313. William Pavsox^ Babcock. son of William and 
Frances E. (Maine) Babcock (Stephen. Xathaniel, 

Nathaniel, James. James, John, James), h. Feb. 5, i8')2: res. 
1902, I^lainfield, Conn.: n\. May 11, 1892. Carrie A. Green. 
Children : 

Frances E., b. June 26. 1894. 

Lillian, b. Aug. 3, 1898. ' ^ 

William E., b. Nov. 3, 1901. ■ ' 

1314. Nellie Frances^ Babcock. dan. of William and 
Frances F. (Maine) Babcock (Stephen, Nathaniel. 

Nathaniel, James. James. John. James), b. July 2?^, 1865; res. 
1902, I^lainfield. Conn.; 111. Jan. i, 1890, George L. Bradford. 
Children : 

Alice N.. b. Oct. 3. i^i- 
John William, b. .Xupf. i6, 1895. 
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1315. A.WA E." 15.\i;l()ck, dan. of William and l-'ranccs E. 

(Maine) liaJKock (Stephen, Xallianiel, Xallianiel, 

James, James, John. James), h. Jan. i6. i^Gj; res. 1902, , 

Plainricld. Conn.; m. .\|ir. 2^, i^Xij, Nathan Excley. t 

Children: ' W 

William S., h. Jan. i.j. iS9[. 
Kdilh M., b. Sept. i.S. i.S<>3. 
Florence K., b. .Sept. 27, 1X96. 
Lucius -M., b. Sept. J, IQOI. 

1316. Stki'Ukx !;.•' 1>.\15C0CK, son of William and Frances 1 

K. (Maine) P.ahcock (Stephen, Xathanicl, Nathaniel, ^ 

James, James, John, James), h. l-'eh. 6. 1870; res, J902, • 

IMainheld, Conn.; m. .\i)r. h, 1898, Dirdie May Kenyon. fr 

Child : \ 

Klla Ma3', b. Jan. 25. }9*/j. I 

1317. (.".M-LiK M.M.vi-."' l').\KCocK. dan. of William and * 
l^anees K. (Maine) Bahcock (Stephen. Nathaniel, j 

Nathaniel, James, James. John, James), h. Nov. 16. 1871 ; res. i 

Piainfield, Ccnin. ; m. Oct. 6, 1897, Albert l'2.\eley. I 

Cliildreu: I 

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Clara C, b. Nov. jo, 1900. \ 



1318. Lkwi.s Chauxckv" Ivk.s. son of Walter and Eliza ') 

(Babcock) Ives ( Rcnhcn, Reuben, Nathaniel, James. 

James, John, James), b. Oct. 26, 1833; ^'- Tonawanda, N. Y., * 

Sept. 7, 1891 ; m. Nov. 7, 1861, Martha Ann Bixler, b. Sept. \ 

15, 1845, (1. May 2. 18S8. ( 

Children : ' \^^ 

Mary Kliza, b. Oct. 13. i8(ij; m. Dec, 1888, James Weaver. No i 

cbildren. * 

Charles L..'" b. .Xup;. 20. 18^)7; res. IQ02. Lockport. N. V.; m. Sept. 

4. 1887, Anna E. Pl.itts. b. Feb. 10. i8^k). They have two chii- | 

dreii : Frank," b. July J>). 1889, ami Roy, b. Mar. 9, i8(iJ. \ 

John W.. b. Mar. i, 1870; res. 1902. Lockport; m. Dec. 16. 1890, I 

Jennie M. Ozard. b. .Apr. 13, 1872. They liave two children: \ 

Clarence D., b. Apr. 4, 1893, and l-'lorence Ci., b. Jan. 13, 1899. ,* 

1319. Alukkt E." Brockway. son of Chester and Cvnthia i 

(BabcfX'k) Brockway (Reuben. Reuben. Nathaniel. • 

James, James, John, James), b. May (). 1842; res. i()02. f 

l^j^hth -Avenue, Troy, .\. Y. ; m. Dec. 12, 1863, Amarvllis j 
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Children : 

Waller H.. 1). Die. 19. iS^m m. Dec. 1.4. 1SS7, S.irali K. Milkr. b. 

Jan. 6. 18.S8. 'Cluy liavi- one cliild. Waller. 
Lillian M., h. May lo. iSI/i; m. (1) Nov. 27. 1SS5, Saiiuul l-"laek, 

he. (J. 18S8: in (2) Oct. II, iJ<9.}. (leorKC A. Ruliicrfortl. 
Caroline A.. I). l-Vb. 9, iW>S; uinn. 
George A.. I>. Sept. «, iS(x); in. May i.^ iS<)i. Mangie Apps, b. 

Oct., 1870. Tliey have one c1mI<I. 
Edward C"., h. Jnne 23. 187J; d. 1S7J. 
Elmer, h. Nov. 4, 1S74; d. 1875. 
Georgia C, I). June -V, 1880; n"i. Oct. jO, i8<>S, Charles B. Marble, 

b. Jroy, 1878. 

1320. I-^mma" I'.KocKW.w. (laii. of C'licslcr and Cynthia 

(Juihcock) lirockway ( kcnhcn. Ivcnhcn. Nathaniel, 
James, James. J(jhn. James). 1). 'rif)y, X. Y., Dec. 7, 
1844; '11- l''f^y, Robert Ilatchman, d. J\ochcstcr, N. Y., 
1893. lie ser\ed in the Union army. 
ChiUiren : 

Charles I'rancis, b. Oct. 2~,. 1866: res. i()OJ. Troy; ni. Dec. 14, 
l8yi, Miiuiie S. Koden, b. Troy, Nov. ij, i8(j7. 

Frederick I., b. Troy, Mar. if). 1870; res. 1902, Rochester; ni. 
Rochester. Jnne 28, 189.J, Jcs.sie Dean. They have two children. 

Herbert biarnest, h. Troy, .Aug. 4, 1872. Is a student at the Roches- 
ter Theolfigical Seminary. 

1321. John Lkstick" B.mjcock. son of TTarry and Fanny 

(Fonda) Babcock (Reuben. Reuben. Xathaniel, 
James, James. John, James), b. |an. 15. iS^i;; res. 1902, 
Aberdeen. S. 1). ; m. Troy, X. Y., Fanny Peard. 

He enlisted in 1862, and was wounded in the battle of 
Monocacy. 

Chikhen, b. Troy: 

Violette, b. 1861 (?). 

Charles, b. 1866; res. 1902, Aberdeen. 

Jessie, b. i86<). 

Lillian, b. 1870; m. Carpenter. 

1322. Eliza J.\.\k'' B.ahcock, (km. of TTarry and Cah'sta 

(Fordham) l>al)coek fRenljen. Reuben, Xatlianiek 
James, James, John, James), b. Rembroke. .\. ^'.. |mie 18. 
1849: res. 1902. Devils Lake. Mich.: m. W. Pembroke, .Xpr. 
30. 1868. Jeremiah, son of Jeremiah and Betsey (Sanders) 
W'iise)-, I). Woodstock. Mich., June 17. 1839. 
Cliildren : 

May Delia, b. July 24. 187.^: re-^. n;o2. Devils Lake. 

IIurIi ll.irry.'" b. Sept. 27, 1875: res. i(»2. Devils Lake: m. Pe- 
tersburg. Mich.. Jan. 15. i<)02. Leora Brockway. b. Mar. 14, 1878. 
Has one child, .\ier\vin Wilsty." b. Nov. 13. 1902. 



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Ina B., h. Feb. Q. 1878; res. iQO_'. Clayton, Micij.; 111. Devils Lake, 

Nov. 25, i.S<>S, C'lariiKc Ncwioii, b. liric, Pa., Jan. 15, 1.S77. 
Grace, b. Sept. _'5. 1S84. 
Lucy. b. June 3. |X,S7. 
Jay Katon, b. Apr. 16, i.Syo. 

1323. KAVMt)Ni) Iladii:" Doikh:, sou of Klia.s nnd Sarah 

(liabcock) Dodi^c ( KchIk'h, 1\cuIk'ii, NalhanicI, 
James, jaiiics, John, James), h. Troy, X. V., l'"eh. 24, KS54; 
res. 190J, Chfton Park, N. J.; 111. 'Iroy. May 30. 1S77, Har- 
riet Susan, dau. of deori^c and Jlarriet (Watts) J*aync, b. 
Troy, N. ^'., \'c\). 4, 1S54. 

The followini; sketch is taken from a hi()<(raj)hical vohime, 
Who is Who in America: '"Raymond h'aihe Dodj^e, editorial 
writer. . . . educated in Troy, X. \' . . . . In echtorial charj^c of 
Local Associated Press Bin-eau, X'ew 'N'ork. 1S87-91 ; polit- 
ical statistician to Republican Xational Ct)mmittee 1892-6; 
Editor Money MaL;"a/.ine. Xcw York, since 1897; Republican 
autluM" of Republican iveference Hook 1S91, Xecessary Mon- 
etary Reforms, Americ.ui Currency; also wrote (mai^azine 
articles) Tariff Reductions and biat Money, Clunton's Maga- 
zine, Feb., iSc/). .Sketches from American History, Money 
Magazine 1S97. 

Records iA the descendants of Reuben Bahcock, Sr.. found 
in this v(jlume were copied from records prepared by Mr. Ray- 
mond 1*'. Dodge. 

Children, both engaged in business in Xew York City: 

Willard Elias, b. Jan. lo. 1870. 
Raymond liadic, Jr.. I). Sept. 25, 18^. 

1324. CoRNKLiL's L." B.vBcocK, son of Stevens and Mary 

(Hi Mott) Bahcock ( Klias. FJijah. Elias. James. 
James. John, James), b. E. Poultney, \'t.. Mar. 4. 1833; res. 
1902, X. W'oburn, Mass.; m. (i) July 3. 1863, Hattie 
Weaver; m. (2) Xewbury. \'t.. Dec. 18. 1867. Lain-a. dau. 
of Thomas and Louise (Ruggies) Burroughs, b. Xewbury, 
Sept. 26. 1842. 
Children : 

Helen R.. b. Fairhavcn. Vt., Jan. 20. 1870: res. 1002. N. Woburn : 
m. N. \VoI)urn. June 23. 1895, S.iinncI W.. son of George and 
Camllne (Diane) Merrill, b. Riitlnnrl. Dec. i8^)2. No cluldren. 

Mary R.,'" I). Mar. 27. 187.^: in. N. Wobnrn. Dec. 2. iS*/). Nathaniel 
Currier. Tliey res. hk>2. Keadinp. .Mass. They have one dau.. 
l?arbara." b. Aug. 18. i8f)7. 

1325. Sii-.\s Allkn^ B.MicocK. son of Rev. Hiram and Eliza 

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James, John. James), h. Wayne, O., May 23, 1845; ni. Mar. 
31, 1869, Martha, dan. of L. D. Brainard ; res. 1902, in 
\Vayne. 
Children : 

Lena, b. Aug. 2, 1K70. 

Martha, b. Aug. 13, 1S72; d. young. 

1326. Adki.ia" r>.\r.i()(.K. dau. of Selah and rrudcncc (IUlx- 
ton) I^ahcock ( Taul. l-'lijah, Ehas, James, James, 

John, James), h. Jericho, \'t.. July 20, 1845; res. 1902, Jer- 
icho; m. Jericho. Apr. 2(k 18^7, Russel 1)., .son uf D.ivid and 
Ruth ((loochich) Johnson, h. Cleor^ia, Vt., Dec. 10, 1844. 
ChiUhen : 

Hattic A . b. I\b. 22, 1868; d. Worcester. \'t.. June 23. 187.:;. 
Kninia M., 1). Jericlio, July 22, 1869; res. 1902. rndcrliill, V't. 

1327. \\cy. ]m)\vin" P).\r,cocK. son of Juhns and Miriam 

(Mouhon) Jiahcock ( Patil, Elijah, Jilias, James, 
James, John, James), h. X. Ihooklield, Mass., Aut;. 10. 1838; 
m. June 28. 1872. Caroline, dau. •)f rVlej;- and Sarah (Tripp) 
Clifford, of West Point, Mass.. b. Dec. 3, 1845. ^^^ ^'^^- South 
Carver, Mass. 
Children : 

Charles, b. West Point. Mass.. Oct. 5. 1S74; uinn. 
Grace, b. I'all River, Ma^s., June 20. 1876; unni. 

1328. Ros\vf:ll 11.^ P.mkock. son of Rufus and Lucinda 

(Pettie) P.ahcock ( Paul. Elijah, h^lias, James. James, 
John, Tames), h. Mar. 2S. 1838; m. Apr. 12, 1877, Eslella 
I. Dean. He d. July 2, 1884. 
Children : 

Frank, b. Feb. 13, 187S. 

Ethel Ju.scpbinc. h. Juno 20. 1881 ; ni. Daniel Ilolden. 

1329. Caroline D." Bahcock, dau. of Rufus and Lucinda 

(Pettie) Bahcock (Paul, l^lijah. Elias. James. James. 
Jolm, James), h. N. Brookfield. Mass., (^ct. 10. 1840: res. 
1902, Rockland. Mass.; m. (i) GeoriL,'^cto\vn. ^^ass.. Charles 
Sumner: m. (2) Jan. i. 1895. Benjamin E. Pnirnes, b. Shcr- 
brids^c. Mass.. d. X. l^rooktield. Mar. :^. 1901. 
Children, b. X. Br.vjkfield : 

Rufus William, b. .\ug. 27, 186:;; d. .'^epf.. i86^. 

Hattic I., b. Nov. 29. : tn. IkookfuM. Jan. 15. 1886. T. W. 

McCarthy: res. 1002. Rockland. Mas>. 
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1330. John" Haiscock, son of l^iifus and Lutinda (I'cltic) 
Jiabcock (Paul. Elijah, l£lias, Janics, James, John, 
James), b. X. I'rookrieM. Mass., Auij:;. 13. 1S48; res. igo_>, X. 
Brooklield ; in. Se[)l. J(), 1S7G, luelyii M. Dowaii, (jf 
Brookfiokk 

Chikhen. b. X. liiookfiekl ; 

VVilli.-iiii Rufii>, I). M.iv 2t. 1K79. 
A. Ernest, b. Oct. 27' l^\^■ 



' 1331. Am.mui.ms" I*>.\|{C()CK, (k'lu. of Cyrns Cj. and Maria » 

(Kell(i,<.;,L; ) r.al)Cock (Cyrus. Kufus. I'^lias, James, | 

Janics, John, James), b. Colcbrook, Conn., May i, iH-jo; \ 

res. 1900, rawhnt;, X. Y. ; m. Xew York, Dec. 4. 1867, ^ 
Phihp II., son of Horace and Ruth (Xichols) Smith, b. Kent, 

N. Y., June 20, i8.^J. He is a i)rinter. | 

Chiklrcn, b. l\'\\vhni^-. except one: ■ 

Nellie M., I). Sept. 5. 1S6S: res. I'/x). Kiclmiond Hill. L. 1. \ 

Joscpliiiic, 1). Cariiul. N. Y.. Oct. J<i. i.SC)g; 111. rasvliiifi, Oct. 22, | 

l8y5, Lester H., son of Renihold :md TluTesa (C(.')k) Mes>en>ier, 

b. Norw.nlk, Conn.. June 12. iS()^); res. k/X). New Canaan, Conn. < 

1 Elena R., b. June 2. 1871 ; d. Pou^Iikeepsie. N. V., June 20, 1875. 1 

Carrie H., b. June 30, 187^; res. 1900, Pawling. I 

1332. E.Mii.v A.'* R.MJCocK. (km. of Cyrus G. and Maria | 

(Kelk)g-L;) T.abcock (Cyrus. Rufus. FJias. James. \ 

James. John. James), b. Sept. 15, 184J; m. George 

Hiuigcrford. | 

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Williani B., b. Sbernian, Conn., Mar. 0, 1871 ; res. iqoo, Gaylords- 

ville. Conn. ; ni. Feb. 15, 1894, Josepliiiie Merrick. i 

1333. SopiiRoxi.v A.° Browx, (kau. of Jabish and Schna r 

(Davis) Brown, of Jabish and Abigail (Ikabcock) 

Brown (Oliver. (Oliver. James. James, John, James), b. Leon- ', 

ardsville. X. \'., May 18, 1833; res. 1900, Onarga. Ilk; m. '. 
Lconards\ ille. June \Ck 1853, Henry B.. son of Elijah an<l 
Eunice (Safford) I'.ooih. b.' Paris, X. Y., July 6, 1829, d. 

Onarga. May 1 , i8()4. , 

Children, b. Onarga : \ 

Wallace Eli.iab. b. Oct. 15. i8r^: d. Onarpa. Oct. 18, 1888; m. • 

', Ainr. 27, 1887. .\nna Knoclie. K 
^ Charles H.. b. May 30. \^)^■. d. Onarpa. July .j, i8<K). 
; Cbanncev B., b Oct. 17. i8/)6: d. Mav i^. i'>X). 

[ La Mott' R., b. Oct. 6. i8r.S: d. Onar^a. iHi). 27. i8<)4: ni. Thaw- • 

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George, 1). Mar. jj. 1X71; res. 1900, Oiiarga ; in. SaRinaw. Mich., 
Mar. 2y, n/Ji. l!li/alnili. dan. of Alikriiian 15. ar.d Jciiing (Fra- 
scr) Paiiio, b. Saginaw, Nov. 16, 1S7.V 

Jennie l-idclia, b. Oct. 5, 1873; d. Mar. 27, 1875. 

1334. Ji-ukt" 1j.\hc()CK. d.iu. fif Ik-iiry and Tainniison 

(Rofji^er.s) P>alK(Kk (Joshua, Joshua. Ohvcr, James, 
James, J(.hn, James), h. l-Vb. 5, 1835; m. Utica. N. Y., Apr. 
14, 1858, George Strickland. 
Child : 

Frank, b. Aug. 27, 1863. 

1335. Maky Tammison" I'aucock. dan. of Homy and Tam- 
mison (Rogers) Ikibcock (Jnshua, Joshua, Oliver, 

James, James. John. James), h. Oct. 3, 1837; m. W. 1.. 
Basset t. 

Children : ■ . . 

Fannie, b. Dec. 17, i860: in. Dec. i.j. 1893, Lynn R. Pahnitcr. 

Harry II., b. .Sept. 11. 1874. 

Edith Cornelia, b. Jan. 20, 1880. 

1336. H. LkfJ' IV\hcock, son of Henry and Tammison 

(Roj:^crs) liabcoek (Joshua. Joshua. (Jhver. James, 
James, John, James), b. Jan. 11, 1840; res. 1900 Xew Hart- 
ford, N. \.\ m. Dec. 18. 1872, Elizabeth Chapman. 
Children : 

William Lcc. h. 1875: d- 1878. 

Sarah B., b. 1877. 

Manila, b. 1879: d. 1883. 

Louise, b. 1879; ni. 1896. Janus Benton. 

1337. Bron.s(^n'* Baijcock, son of Leander and Ellen (Bron- 
son) Babcock (Asa, Joshua, Oliver, James, James, 

John, James), b. Osweij^o. N. V.. Oct. 18, 1838: res. 1900, 
Oswcg-o; m. Oswec^o, May jo, i8r)8, Cecilia E., dau. of Wil- 
liam and Elizabeth (Eishj Eewis, b. Oswei^o, Nov. 8, 1839. 
Child : 

Pauline B., b. Oct. 5. 1875; res. 1900. Oswego, N. Y. ; in. Oswego, 
Dec. 29, 1893, Allen S. McGie, b. Oswego. 

1338. Catii KKi.xi'.'* Baucock, dau. of Eeandcr and Ellen 

(Bnmson) Babcock (Asa. Joshua, Oliver, James. 
James, John, James), b. Oswcl^^o. X. V.. Aui;. J 7. 1840: d. 
Buffalo" X. ^^. May 7. t8()(): m. Oswecfo, Dec. 30. 1863, 
Albert 1^. Ilastinus. b. Scbenectad) . X. Y.. 1832. d. X. Tona- 
wanda, X. Y., Aulj. 26, 1894. Children, all b. in Oswego, and 



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unni. : Genrj^^c I'.; Agius, d. 1900; Dura, M.'iry;.'irct C, Paul, 
and Annie !•". 

1339. W'lijjAM A." IjAHCOCK, son of Lcantlcr and I^llcn 
(liionson) l^ahcock (Asa. Joshua. Oliver, James, 
James, John. James), b. Oswe-o, X. V.. Mar. 30. 1X30; d. 
Dall.is, Tex., Jan. jo. 1S95; m. Dallas, Jan. 5, 1SS7, j'.l.anche 
Aldenhi.lT, h. Cleveland, Tenn.. Ai)r. lO, i<S59; res. Dallas. 
Children, h. Dallas: 



I Florence, h. Mar. 30. 1890. 

John L., h. Dec, iScji. 

Willi.'ini A., 1). Jimc _\S, 1803. 

1340. John Low'' Uauccjck, son of Leander and FJlen 

(Ihonson) liahcoek (Asa. Joshua. Oliver, James, 
James, John, Janies), h. ()s\vet;o, N. Y., Sept. 10, 1859; d. 
Apr. 8. 1891;" m. Portland. Me.. .\pr. 12. 1886. JCliz.ahelh K.. 
(lau. of Samuel and E. A. (i^'oster) Merrill; res. 19UO, San 
Die^o. Cal. 
Child: 

Ellen Bruiison, h. St. Louis, Mo., Jmic 2, 1888. 

1341. SoiMiRONiA M.^ Baucock. dan. of Oliver and Sarah 
(Br(nvn) Bal)et)ck (Oliver. Joshua. Oliver, James. 

lames. John. Tames), h. Brid^ewaler. X. V.. July 19, 1833; 
m. Oct. 3. 1854. Walter S. Hurd. 
Children : 

Mary. h. ; d. yonnp. 

Sarah, h. Feb. 18. 1839. 

Edith, b. ; d. vuunp. 

Clara, b. Nov. 9. 1862. 

Nettie, b. Jan. 14. 18^)5; ni. June 2. 1896, Charles F. Marquis. 

Sophronia, b. Dec. 23, 1867. 

1342. George K.^ Baucock. son of Oliver and Sarah 
(Brown) Bahcock (Oliver. Joshua. Oliver. James. 

Tames. Tohn. James), h. Brid.oewatcr, X. V., June 18, 1836; 

(1. Xashville, Tenn., July, 1896; m. Mar. 7, 1872, Alice 

Cool lid i;e. 

Children : 

Mary II.. b. May. 1876; m. .•\u£r.. iS<X3, Lafayette Smith. 
Jessie, b. Jan. 5, 1879; d. 1879. 

1343. Charles M.^ Babcock. son of Oliver and Sarali 
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James, John, James), h. Hii(lii;^e\vatcr, N. \., June d, 184 1; 
res. 1900. CIalcsInl^}^^ 111.; m. Nov. 5, 1867, Magj,Mc Mc- 
Chcsiicy. 
• .: , Cliiklrcii : 

George M., I). I>"(.rl Wayne, Iiid.. .Apr. 20, iWV;; in Sept. 12, 1894, 

Hiili;'. Kavanaunli. 
Mahel L., Ij. DelKiit, .Mieli . July 7. 1R71. 
Clara S.. h. Delroil, Midi.. Oct. 4. 1S7J. 
Oliver P., b. Detroit, Oct. 7, I.S81. 

1344. Alhi-.kt (i.-' IJuRKK, son of Albert G. and Maria 1.. 

(])al)nick ). lUirko (()li\cr. J(jslnia. Oliver, James, 
James, John, James), h. Jan. 8, 1833; m. Jan. K), 1862, Clara 
Booth. 
Children : 

Fred H., b. Sept. 29. 1863: ni. Jnne 24, \?*yo, Mary W. Snnth. 
• Walter S., b. Dec. 31, \^GG; m. Apr. 5. 1893, Frances M. IJeenian. 
Mary L., b. Feb. 10, 1872. 
Albert G., b. Apr. 24, 1879. 

1345. Ij:.\ndj-:r ILxbcock'' Ri:v.\()ij)S, sr)n of S. 11. and Clar- 
issa (Babcock) Reyn()]<ls (Oliver, Joshua. Oliver, 

James, James. John, James), b. Aug. 23, 1837; m. Sept. i, 
1859, Sarah li. Turner. 
Children : 

Ellen T., b. May 2, 1865; m. Oct. 6. 1895, Frank Ambrose Tlainblin. 
Clarissa B., b. Ang. 29, i8Ck8; d. Oct. 2, 1895. 
- , - Sarah A., b. Aug. 2^. 1870. 
Leander E., b. Jan. i, 1874. 

1346. StivPiien Moultox'^ B.ahcock. Ph.D., son of Peleg 
and Cornelia (Scott) Babcock (Oliver, Joslnia. Oli- 
ver, James, James, John, James), b. Babcock Hill, X. V., Oct. 
22, 1843; res. 1902, Madison, Wis.; m. W'intield, X. Y., Oct. 
2y, 1896. May Cornelia, dau. of Otis and Flora (McKee) 
Crandall. b. W'iniield. 

Dr. Babcock studied in several of the universities of Amer- 
ica, and in 1879 he received the de.i:;^rec of Ph.D. from the 
University of (icUlinq^en. (lermany. In 1805 he annoiuiced 
a method by which casein can be mechanicallv separated from 
the other constituents of milk. In recoo-iiition of his services 
in inventini:^ the I'abcock Milk Test the State of Wisconsin in 
190 1. throuq;h its Governor and Leo-islators, presented him 

\ with "the larj^est bronze medal ever struck in Eiiij^land." 

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1347. J.iNN IJovD" Bahcock. son (A rdc- and Cornelia 

(Scott) Hahcock (Oliver. JiKlma. Oliver. James, 
James, John. James). 1). T.ahcock Hill. .\. V.. N[ay j6, 1850; 
res. 1902, 7J4 Olive .Street. St. Louis. Mo.; m. Ithaca. N. V.,' 
Nov. 16. 1S71. Minnie I)., dan. of I'errv and C. \. (lX-min<,^) 
Elswortli. h. riattshnr-;-, X. V., J'\-h. ji', j8sO 
Chikl: 

Frances Vida. I). Itliaca, N. Y., .\\\^. 12, 187S; d. Iiliaca, \ur o 
1879. ^ ■" 

1348. J.EF. C." r.Kow.v. son ..f Cliarles and Catliorine (Mai)- 
hett) IJrown. of IVIc.i; and l':Hzahclh ( liabcock) 

Brown (Joshua. Oh\er. James. James. John. I.imcs). b. 
Bridgewater. X. N'.. Dec. 1*5. 1.S3J,' m. Chica-.j, \\\., ^rar. 8, 
1866. Martha T.abcock. 
Chikl: 

Charles F.. h. DnaiKa. M.ir. u. 1SO7; in. Evaiiston, III.. Apr 28. 
1897, A. Marii- SliurcT. 

1349. Emiia' M." Bkowx, dan. of Charles B. and Catherine 

(Mahhett) Brown, of IVie.c,- and Elizaheth (Bahcock) 
Brown (Joshua, Oliver, James. James. John. James), b. Jan. 
31, 18.^5; res. igoj. Sai^dnaw, Mich.; m. Oct. 17, 1859, Ed- 
ward Aiken. 
Children : ^ 

Cliarlos, b. .Aup. 5. i860. 
' Katlicrinc, h. June 3. 1864. 

Mary, h. Oct. 25, 18G6; m. William S. Conklin; res. ifjo2, Duluth. 
Minn. 

1350. Cora TI." ]^[U)wx, dan. of Charles and Catherine 
(Mabbett) Brown, of TVdeo- and Elizabeth (P.abcnck) 

Broun (Joshua, Oliver. James, James. John, Tames), b. Apr. 
16. i8>S: m. J. Morris (Thilds; res. 1902, Uti'ca, N. Y. 

Children : 

Waller. 1.. 1867. 
Fannie, h. 1872. 

; 1351. IIkxkv C." I5f<owx. son of .\mos and Sn.san (Mon- 
roe) Brown, of Pcle- and Elizabeth (Babcock) 
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25, i^i7; <!• Nov. 25. 1.SS4; 111. (i) .Apr. 20. i8<")5, Mary 
M. Cox; m. (2) June 26, 18S3, Mary W. Hotlgc. 
Cliildrcu : 

Mary S.." I). May 8. 18^.7; ni. .\ug. iS. 1K.S8. Henry R. Stranburg. 

Tlu'v liavf one sou, Henry." 
Henry F., 1). Apr. 6. 1H.S4. _ . . 

1352. JosKiMi M." Bkow.n. .son of Amos and Susan (Mon- 

roe) I'rown. of 1'cIcil: and iLlizahcth (P.ahcock) 
Brown (joslma, ()li\cT. janics, janics, jolin, James), 1). (Jet. 
5, icS.}2; d. Aul;-. 5. kSsV) ; m. (i) Mar. 31, 1S73. Anna ].. 
Price; m. (2) iMay 21. 1879, Blanche K. Seaman. 
Children : 

Anna M.. 1». Jan. 27. 1S76; <1. iSAj. 
Haruld, h. Anp. 25, iKSo. 
Munri)e S., I). Sept. 28, 1885. 

1353. ]-:i.i.A S." Brown, dan. of Amos and Susan (Monroe) 
Brown, of I'elei^ and Kli^^aheth (Babcock) P^rown 

(Joshua, Oliver. James, James, John, James), h. Apr. 21, 
1849: res. 1902, Zanesville, C). ; m. June lo, 1873, Charles 
H. Abbott. 
Children : 

Henry, b. Sept. 2, 1874. 

Helen, b. Fel). 12, 1877. 

Cbeever 1)., h. Apr. 12, 1879: d. 1880. 

Munroc L., !>. .May 18, 1881. 

1354. Ci..\K.\^ Brown, dau. of Lorenzo S. and Elizabeth C. 

(I)rainard) P)rown, of Peleq: and Elizabeth (13abcock) 
Brown (Joshua, Oliver, James, James. John, James), b. 
Bridt,'ewater, X. Y., Mar. 14, 1842; d. P\)rt Schuyler, X. Y., 
Aug. 28. 1890; m. Jan. 29, 1867, Dr. Timothy E. Wilcox, 
who was a surgeon in the United States Army, with the rank 
of Lieutenant Colonel. 
Children : 

Victor I., b. Dec. 29. 1867; d. Nov. 13, 1871. 

FJizabcth, b. Sept. 12, 1870. 

Glover P., b. \\)v. 9. 1878. ■ 

1355. Sl^^AN M." Brown, dau. of Lorenzo S. and Elizabeth 
C. (Brainard) Brown, of Pelecr and l^lizabeth (Bab- 
cock) Brown (Josliua. Oliver, James, James, John, fames), b. 
June 6. 1848; res. Clayville. X. ^'. ; m. Sept. 7, 18^7. .\del- 
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Children : 

Frcclt-riik A., h. Oct. 2. 1874. 
H!:iiiclic !•:., 1) Oct. u. 187S. 
Clara V., l>. July <j. 1SS7. 

1357. L()Ri:n Rouiun^ Scott, son of Giles and l^li/.al>etli Ci. 

(liabcock) Scott (Martin, Joshua. OHvor, Janies, 

James. John. James), h. Nov. 24. 1846; res. 1900, I'.ridge- 

water. X. ^'.; m. Xov. -'3. 1S70. CMara h'erris. 

Children : 

Giles Ferris, h. Nov. 17. i.'^7i. 

Jay Diininick. 1). June 10. 1S75; d. .Aug. 8, 1879. 

Fred Lonu. h. .Sipt. 14. 1877. 1 

CliarKs Tliatclur, h. Julv 2(k 1881. ^ 

ICarl l'.al)C(.ck. h. .Nug. 20. 1884. f 

Irving Ihukrwood, 1). :\\n\ 26, 1887. 

Elizabeth, 1). .Aug. 8, i8<j2. 

1358. U.w K.' P..\i'.cocK. dau. of Clark II. and Kale (Cole) | 
Bahcock (Martin. |oshua. Oliver, James. James. John, \ 

James), b. Hrid-ewater. X. Y.. Mar. 17, 1869; ni. June 7, 
1893. Fred J. Ludcman. h. Aug'. 10. 1865. 
Children : 

Arthur, b. Sept. 11. 1894. 
John Heniian, b. Oct. 27, 1896. 

1359. Jknxif, L." Budlong, dau. of Jerome and Keziah \ 
'G. (Bahcock) Budlon.q: (Martin. Joshua, Oliver, 1 

James, James. John, James), h. Bridgewater. X. Y., Dec. 24, * 

1853; res. 1900. .\urora. 111.; m. Oswego. 111., Apr. 14, 1874, ' 

Willis Ilovt. 

Child : 

Allen G.. b. Apr. 16, 1876. 

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1360. Florexck F.-' Budlong. dau. of Jerome and Keziah " 
G. (Bahcock) Budlong (Martin. Joshua. Oliver. 

James, James. John. James). 1). Bridgewater. X. Y.. Xov. 21, 

1855; m. Oswego. 111.. Oct. 29. 1878. Charles A. Doud. 

Children : j 

Edna F.. b. Sept. 12. 1880. \ 

Edith, b. Fib. 21, 18S2. , 

■ Giles, b. Oct. II. i8,S(v ^ 
Willis, b. 1-cb. 24. 1S88. 

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James, John, James), h. Jliid^^ewatcr, N. Y., Nov. 2, 1858; 
m. Aurora, 111., l"\'b. _>.}. uXSi, l''recl \V. Lcslcr. 
Children : 

Jerome B., b. Jan. 8, 1KS5. 
Fred, b. Aii^'. 31, uS8y. 

1362. Jrvj.xc. J.'' lUni.o.Nc, son of Jerome and Kcziali G. 

(J'abcock) r.iKllonj^- (.Marlin, Joshua, ()li\cr, James, 
James, John, jaiiKs), b. ( )s\vei,'(>, ill., Sept. 7, 1868; 111. Sc'i)t. 
18, 1890. Ada Al. Titus. 
Children : 

Irene M.. I). July 27, 1891. 
Anna K., I). .An^. 27, iSyj. 
Doris, b. Jniie, iX<X). 

1363. M.\RY-' IIai'.cock, dan. of William R. and Myra F. 

(Marsh) liabcock (Charles, Joshua, 01i\er, James, 
James, John, James), b. Xew Hartford, X. Y., Jan. 6, 1848; 
res. 1900, Odcll. 111.; m. Utiea, X. Y.. Nov. 16, 1867, John 
Hossack, 1). Sept. 14, 1840; (1. Odell, June 10, 1887. 
Children, b. Odell: 

Charles B., b. May 24, 1876. 
Frances E., b. Mar. 16, 1879. 
John A., b. June 18. 1881. 
Ella, b. June 29, )886. 

1364. Im.l.v^ l>.\ncocK, clau. of William R. and Myra F. 

(Marsh) Babcock (Charles, Joshua. 01i\er, James, ; 

James, John, James), b. Livini^ston Countv, III. A])r. 25. 

i860; res. 1960. Odell. 111.; m. Odell. Oet.' 27, 1881, Fred \ 

N. Hossack, b. Jan. 8, 1856. 1 

Children, b. Odell. ^ | 

Pratt, b. May i, 1883. ; 

Archie, b. Jan. 23, 1889. | 

Gertrude, b. Mar. 21, i8<)i. ' I 

Myra L., b. Oct. 23, 1897. , 



1365. TiioM.\.s Aldk.n^ Auhott, son of Henry G. and Marv 
C. (Babcock) .Abbott (Charles. Joshua, Oliver, James. 
James. John. James), b. Syracuse, X. Y.. June 16, 1847; m. 
Morristown, X. J., Sept. 25. 1883. Fmma. dan. of Henrv D. 
and Elizabeth (.Xmistron^ ) \'an Xostrand, b. Brooklyn, N. 
Y., Mar. 9, 1852. 

Thomas qradu.ited at Hamilton Collei^e. Tn 1900 was a 
merchant and mrmufaclurer at St. Paul. Minn. 
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Child: 

Mary 1?., h. St. Paul, Oct. 20, 1884. 

1366. GiiORGiAN.v" r.AiicocK. <lau. of William Avery and 

Harriet (Coatcs) liahcock (Ik-iirv, Joshua. Oliver, 
James, James, John, James), h. Aug. 23, 1846; ni. 1876, Ezra 
Duiham. 
Child : 

Hattic, b. Mar. 16, 18S0. 

1367. 15r.Nj.\MiN II.'' r.\i..MKK. sun of Benjan)in and I'elsey 
A. (]'.:d)coi.k- ) I'alnicr ( I knry, Ji)shna, Oliver, James, James, 
John, James), h. Jan. S, 1X40; d. Oct. j6, 1893; m. Nov. 30, 
1864, l-'.liza lirown. 

Children : 

Mira B., 1). /\i)r. 10, ifW). 

Hcnjamin 11., b. July 13. iS<>S; ui. .Apr. iS, i8<>l, Lucy M. Otis. 

Slici)ar{l, b. J.ui. 23, 1871. ■ 

Bessie, b. June 18, 1874. | 

1368. Ja.\ii:s V>.^ ]^ai,mkr. son of I'enjamin and Betsey A. } 

(Bal)coek) ]*almer (Henry, Joshua, Oliver. James, 
James, John, James), h. Aus;-. 6, 1844; m. Dec. 20, 1870, 
Abhcy ]\Iorgan. 
Children : 

Son, b. Nov. II, 1R7.?: (1. Nov. 15, 1873. 

Janics B.. b. Aup. 7, 187s. 

Son, b. Mar. 10. 18S5; d. Mar. 10, 1885. 

1369. CiiARi.KS C." Pat.meu. son of Benjamin and Betsey ( 
A. (Bal)cock) Palmer (Henry, Joshua. Oliver. James, i 

James, Jolni. James), b. Nov. 6, 185 1 ; m. Feb. 6, 1876, Julia * 



Morgan. 
Child: 

Chark^s B., b. July 17. 1R79 



1370. M.\uv Ilmma" Lkwis, dau. of George H. and Mercy 

Amelia (Babcock) Lewis (Henry. Joshua, Oliver. 

James, James. John. James), b. Jime ti. 1854: res. 1900. 

Guilford. Conn.; m. Apr. 29, 1879, George Hoxie l>eebe. 



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Grace. 1). Sept. K. 1884. 
Florence, b. Dec. 7. i^W- 
Albert Lewis, b. Mar. 6, 1880. 



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1371. lloKACK (liu-.ia.i.v'' Li:\vis, S(jn of Genrj^c II. and 
Mercy A. ( IJalnock ) Lewis (Ilcmv, Joshua, Oliver. 

lames, James, Joliu, James), b. Sept. 2'i>, I1S57; res. 1903, 
Asliaway, R. I.; m. Jan. 7, 1884, Carrie Keiiyon. 
Children : 

Mary, b. Mar. .^i, 1XS7. 
Plicubc, b. May 19, 1890. 

1372. Maijkl^ ]>.\hcock, dan. of Irvini.;^ V. and Sarah M. 

(Tracy) J'abcock (Henry, Joshua. Ohver, James, 
James, John, James), h. X. Stoninjjfton, Conn., Sei^t. 3, 1864; 
m. Sept. 23, 1885, Herbert Clifford. Lives Waukcgan, 111. 
Children : 

Warren Tracy, b. Fcl). 20. 1891. 
Ralph Goodcll, b. May 3, 1893. 

1373. JkxN'xiI': Juxk" B.mjcock, dan. of Irvin.i^ F. and Sar.ali 

M. (Tracy) P)abcc)ck (Henry, Joshua, Oliver. James, 
James, John, James), b. N. .Stonitn;ton. Conn., Mar. 3, 1866; 
m. Sept. 23, 1885, Albert L. Thompson, son of Benjamin 
Thomj)son, b. Pendleton Hill. d. I'eb. 20, 1S9S. 
Children : 

Clifford Rabcock, 1). Mar. 4. 1890. 
Irving Hillard, b. I""tb. 20, 1895. 

1374. M. Kate' Bap.cock, dan. of Irving F. and Sarah 
M. (Tracy) Babcock (Henry. Joshua. Oliver, James, 

James, John, James), b. N. Stonington, Conn., Dec. 17, 1S70; 
res. 1902. Hopkinton, R. I.; m. Mar. 27, 1S94, Henry J., 
son of Noyes Wheeler. 
Child : 

Mary S., b. May 18, 1898; d. young. 

1375. Fi.izA Jaxk' Catltnt. dau. of Burden and Louisa 

(Babcock) Catlin (John. William, Oliver. James, 
James, John. James), b. Fvans. N. Y., Auq;. 18. 1828; res. 
1900 ^Iumford, X. V.; m. Alden, X. Y.. May 17, 1849, 
X^ewell K., son of Thomas and Lois (Tlyde) Skinner, b. Leb- 
anon. Conn.. Oct. 29. 1822, d. Mum ford, Jan. 6, 1S85. 
Children, b. ^^umford: 

Julia M.. b. Srpt. I. 1850; res. TOGO. Muniford, N. Y. : ni. ^Tl1m- 
ford. Oct. 3. 1000. John E., son of Ransom and Betsey Ilarscy, 
b. Cfinesns. Mar. 4, i8=;6. 

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Frank N.. b. Jan. 23. 1864; d. Mmnfcrd. J.iii. 12. iK')i ; in. Elinira, 
N. Y., Dec. 19. i^W8, M:iri;.ircl, dan. nt IJ. C. lloaylaiid, b. lilinira, 
Mar. 27, 1870; res. 190J, hirst Slrtcl, KIniira. 

1376. JiJ.i.x A." Cati.i.v, dau. of P.unlcn .'ind Louisa (liah- 

cock) Catliti (John. William, Oliver, James, James, 
John, James), I). Java, X. \., June 6. US37 ; res. 1901, 1409 
South Hill Street, Los Anp^eles, Cal. ; m. Alden, N. \., 1865, 
llcnrv 11.. son of l^phraim and Mary ( Tliorn ) Ani^eil, h. 
Chatham, X. V.. July 11, kSjq, d. Oak I'aik, 111., Apr. 16, 
1889. 
. Children : 

Katlicriiic I..,'" b. Lisle, III.. Ai)r. 14. iS^k;; res. icpr, 924 Baldwin 
Aveinie, Ann Arbor, Midi.; in. Cliicaj^o, June J/. I9(ji, Dr. 
Alfred S. W'arlbin. She was I'rofessor of Raclerinjopy in the 
Woman's Medical College of Northwe^te^n University for five 
years. Her lui^band is a I'rofessor in the L'niversity of Michipnn. 

Frederic R., b. Oct. 19. 1870; res. ii>oi, .V>oS Lake .Avenue, Chicatjo. 

Julia M., i). Oct. 6. 1S7J; res. kjoi. 5S Hancock Avenue. Detroit, 
Mich. She is a Teacher of Literature and ICiiRli^h in Detroit. 

Henry C, b. Oct. 6, 1S72; res. 1901, t,(X)H Lake Avenue, Chicago. 

1377. Gi;ouc.i-: R.nbcock'' Cai)\vkl[.. son of Edmund J. and 
Jane Ann (Bahcock) Cadwell (John, William. Oliver, 

James, James, John, James), h. Ann Arhor, Mich.. Feh. 15, 
1848: res. 1901, 32 Delaware Avenue. Detroit, Mich.; m. 
Hudson, Mich.. May 5. 1864, Susan E., dau. of William D. 
and Fannie (Morris) Page, b. Fairfield, Mich., ALar. 19. 1846. 
. Children: 

Edmond G.. b. June 26. \S,6^; d. Adrian. Mich., 1R06; 111. Hudson, 
Mav 9. i88r Ida A. Daniel. 

Rev. PVcd George.'" b. Mar. 2S. 1868; d. Bay View. Mich., 1901 : 
. . m. Cclina, O., 1891, Nettie B.. dau. of Joel and Ann (Goodall) 
Brandan ; res. 1901, Detroit. Mich. He was a very gifted Pres- 
byterian minister. 

Clara B., b. Feb. 12. 1S70; res. 1901, .\drian. Mich.; in. Adrian, 
1889, Fred Ladd. 

Florence L.. b. July 24, 1875; res. k^di, Detroit; ni. .Xdrian, 1895, 
Herbert R. Earle. 

Kirk, b. Aug. 2, 1885; d. Chicago, 1894. 

1378. HoR.xcK Edstrom" Bahcock. son of David ^L and 
Sarah E. (^^^n Tine) Bahcock (John. William. Oli- 
ver. James. James. J(^hn. J.amcs). h. Xow ^'ork Citv. Jan. 30. 
1852; res. 1900. Elmira. X. ^'. : m. New York City. June 22. 
1 881, Sarah E.. dau. of James ;md Louise (ITartman) Todd. 
b. New York City. Dec. 31. 1840, d. Elmira. Dec. 4, 1890. 

• Children: 

Nellie E.. b. Bath Beach. N. V.. >Tar. -50. i8Sv 
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Walur 11.. 1). Now York City. AiiR. iX. 1889. 
Roswtll, I). New York City, Aug. 7, 1H92. 

1379. IIknkiktta W."' li.MJcocK, dau. of 13.ivicl M. and 
Sarah ]•:. (Van Tine) J^ahcock (John. Wilhani, Oh- 

vcr, James, James, John, James), b. New ^'ork City, Aug. 29, 
1853; d. Morrisania. N. \ ., May 30, 1885; m. Aug. 27, 
1872, John II. Crookes. 

Children, b. New York City and .\hjrrisania, N. Y. : 

George I)., 1). June 21, iS;.^. 
Kdward Jv. b. Nov. 2. 1S77; d. yoiinp. 
KdRar, h. Mar. 2, iHS.v. d. yoimp. 
Mary II., I). May, 1S.S5. 

1380. Joiix^ CoRXi.xo, ^(Mi of Edwin and Cyntliia (Bab- 

o»ck) Cornint;' (.\\ery. (ler^ham. Ohvcr, James, 
James, John. James), b. Jnl\- j'f^, 1827; d. Jnly 5, 1897; 
ni. Jan. i, 1870, ILh/abelh Crnmi). .Scttk'd as a farmer in 
Cicero, N. ^^ One chikl, J.ewis. 

1381. Er.\.smi'.s^ Cokm.vg, sr)n of T^dwin and Cynthia (Rab- 
cock) Corninj;' (Avery, (iersham. Oliver, James, 

James, John, James), b. Jnne 6. 1834; d. Nov. i, 1S90; m. 
Sept. 14, 1861, Mary E. Thnrston, b. Sept. 16, 1844. 
Cliikhen : 

Clara, I). May 29, 1^7.^. 
Anna. 1). Sept., 1875. 

1382. Oki.axdo^ B.mjcock. son of Russell and Susan (Ou- 

derkirk) Babcock (Avery, Gersham. Oliver, James, 

James, John. James), b. ; m. Nov. 10. 1866, Candis L. 

'Tay]or,"of Batavia, X. Y. Settled at Waverly, la. 
Children, b. Waverly: 

1493 I-andy Bert.'" 1). Sept. 21, 1867; m. Matilda Mycr>. 

Charles, h. July 12. 1869; m. Clara L. Curtis, Aug. 16, 1893; res. 
Waverly. 

1383. Emma J.^ Barcock, dau. of Russell and Susan 

(Oiiderkirk) l>abcock (Avery, Gersham, Oliver. 
James, James. John. James), b. Oct. 26, 1840; d. Osseo, 
Alich., Mar. 18. 1S74; m. l>aldwinsville, N. Y., Oct. 29, 18^)9, 
Aaron, son of Eewis R. Bush, b. Osseo, Sept. 23. 1839. In 
1900 was a farmer at Osseo. 
Children, b. Osseo : 

Lewis R.. 1). Sept. 2.\. 1871 : res. 1000. 120 Broadway, New York 
City; unni. Transfer Clerk for Erie R. R. 



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I-'raiik Dclos. 1). Jan. iS. iS;.^; lo. i<AX), O^sco, Mich.; in. Jones- 
villc, Midi.. .Xuji. _>o. iS'Ki, Carrif L., dan. of Kd^ar \. and 
Maryclta llnlikii. 1.. MicluKaii, Jimc J3. 1S74. Ik- is a farnur. 

1384. )()ii.\ I).-' ]'..\iic;oc:k, snn of Harry 1). .'iikI Callic-iine 
'((loff) 13al)0)ek ( /\very, Clersliam, Oliver, James, 

James, Jolm, James), h. Sept. 24. 183S; res. 1898, 307 N. 
West Street, Syracuse, X. Y. ; m. Marietta Jietls. 
Children: 

Frederick, 1). 1871 ; d. ymiiij,'. 
I'raiicis, h. Anp;. 3. 1S77. 
Kaymund, b. May n, i.S^j. 

1385. William IIknrv''* BAitcocK. son of Harry D. and ^ 
Catherine (("loff) r>al)eoek (Avery, Gersham, Dliver, j 

James, James. JohiL James). 1>. 1840 (?); d. l.ysander, N. j 

\ ., Mar.. 1865; nL iS').:;, C.itherine E. Martin. She ni. (2) j 

Ivdwin M. Haheock, uncle of William llenry. I 

Child: ' I 

William IKiiry.'" Jr.. 1). I.vs.mdir. June G. 1S65: res. ti/)!, Wavcrly, ' 

la.; ni. Nov. 5. iS<)u. ICditli 1'. Dove, ul W.iverly, 1). July 21, | 

l8(K). Tliey have one dan., Iva." | 

1386. Cokvdon" 1'ahcoci-:, son of TIarry D. and Catherine i 

(Goff) r)al)ci)ck (Avery, GershauL Oliver. James. ^ 

James, John, Tames), h. 1842 ( ?) ; m. Martha Pelton, of j 

Baldwinsville, N. Y. j 

Children: j 

Bertram, h. 1S76. 
Ella. b. 1878. 

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1387. Cora M.^ Barcock, dau. of Ahram and Eli;^a S. 

(Newton) Ijahcock (Avery, Gersham, Oliver, James, 

James, John, James), h. Westbury, N. Y., Aug. 22. 1851 ; m. ^ 

Kansas City," Mo.. Dec. 16. 1885, Charles A. Vanderhoof. * 

She res. 181)9, 114 Eighth Avenue, Seattle, Wash. ' 

Child: ' i 

Guy Newton, b. South Bend, Ind., Jan. 28, 1^88. j 

1388. Thomas A\i:rv^ 1V\hcock, son of Ahram and Eli/a 

(Newton) Bahcock C Avery, Gersham, Oliver. James. 
James, John. James), b. \'ictory. N. Y., ];\n. 18. 1857; res. 
1809. i^»07 Boren Avenue, Seattle, Wash.; m. Detroit, Mich., 
June 17. 1878. Minnie Carpenter. 



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Child: 

Veda, b. Bosloii, Mass., Mar. 27, i?>70- 

1389. Waltkr" Baijcock, son of (jcrsliam A. and Caroline 

(Runnels) Bahcuck (Avery, Gersham, Oliver, Jatnes, 
James, Jolin, James), b. Lysamler, N. Y., Nov. 10, 18^8; ni. 
(i) Syracuse, N. Y., Feb. 11, 1868, Lavina B., dau. of Bax- 
ter IJair, divorced Auj;. 10, 1889; m. (2) Sept. 29, 1892, 
Mary A. Bird, of I'^aribaull. Minn. No children. 
Children by Hrst marriage: 

Jennie Boll, 1.. Syracuse. N. Y., Apr. 2, 1.S60. 
Edwin Clicster.l). Granl.v. N. Y., Feb. 22, 1871. 
Fred Waller, b. Minneapolis, Minn., Mar. 22, 1873. 
Cora, b. Minneapolis, .Xpr. 3, 1875. 
Florence, b. Minneapolis, Jan. 7, 1878. 

1390. Jami:s 11.^ Ci.icvkland, son of James and I'^li/.a (Pnib- 

cock) Cleveland (j<jlin. Gersham, Oliver, James, 
James, John. James), b. Sept. 30, 1841; d. Nov. 20, 1879; 
m. June 7, 1870, Julia Berkley. 
Children : 

Edith, b. Sept., 1871- 
Mary, b. Oct., 1872. 

1391. Mary E.^ Ci,i:vj:la.\o, dau. of James and VA'\//a (Bab- 
cock) Cleveland (John, Gersham, Oliver. James, 

James. John, James), b. Sept. 19, 1845; "i- William J. 

Wheeler. 

Children: 

Frederick, b. Nov. 17. 1875. 
James H., b. July 4, i87y. 

Robert C, 1). Apr. q, 1882. •■, ■• ^t 

Harry E.. b. Jan. 28. 1884. 

William B., b. Mav 28. 1885. . > t 

Jessie E.. b. Mar. 28, 1889. 

1392. CiFARLES E." Babcock, son of Georc^e L. and Cathe- 
rine E. (Butler) Babcock (Roswell. Gersham. Oliver. 

James. James. John. James), b. Deposit. X. Y.. Oct. 13, 185'); 

m. Feb.. 1876, Ida Barton, of Susquehanna. Pa. Settled in 

Winchester. N. II. He is a printer. 

Children : , 

Nellie, b. 1880; d. i8<;3. . j » , . , , 

Jessie, b. 18-85. , • ' • 

1393. Daniht. .\.'' LAXowoR-niv, M.D.. S(^n of Deacon John 
A. and VM/.:\ (Lewis) Lano worthy, of John and Sarah 



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(Pciullclon) Lant^wortliy, of Deacon John and Altana (I'alj- 
cock) Lani^woitliy (Oliver, janies, James, J(j1iii, James), h. 
Jan. 3, iS^j; res. Corinne, X. 1).; m. Jan. 5, i.S(')4, Sarah P. 
Cooke, h. J'Vl). _'J, 183^), '1. June 20, 11^99. 
Chikhen; 

Bclk- C.,'" 1). Dec. I, iSf'q; ni. Apr. 18, i<x>o, GcorRo A. Tucker. 

'riuy liavc (MK- son, (.kcrpf Avery, " I). Apr. JQ, l<x>.V 
Olin L, 1). Jan. 11, 1868; m. June- 14, 1899, Maud 15ronion. 

1394. Wii.Li.v.M .\\KK\^ Babcock, son of Avery Co«jk and 
J Ehza (Prown) Babcock (W'ilham, Christopher, OH- 
I vcr, James, James, K)hn, James), 1). New Jiaven, Conn., Jan. 
^ 29, 1829; res. 190J, 35 E\m Street, Rochester, N. Y. ; m. 

)^hikadeli)hia, I*a., Ant;-. 15, 185.], l'!Hza, (hiu. of Jolni and 
Eliza Hulpz, h. ]unc i i. 18^:5. 
Child: 

James Avery,'" 1). Pliiladelphia, June 24, 1855; res. 1902, Oneida, 
N. Y. ; ni. Oneida, I'eh. jj, j88j, Eleanor Seeley, 1). Oneida. No 
• childrcti. 

1395. Jame.s Augustus" li.MuocK, son of Avery Cook 

and Fdi/.a (Brc>\vn) P>abcock (W'ilHam, Clnistophcr, 
OHver, James, James. John, James), h. New Haven, Conn., 
May 16, 1831; res. U)(\^. 474 \\'ashin|[,''ton Awnne, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. ; ni. P>rooklyn, Jan. 30, 1866. Icka Amelia, dan. of 
Edwin and Susan (Cornell) CJates, b. Brooklyn, Oct. 28, 1844. 
( James has for many years been in the silver platin^^ busi- 
ness at 22 John Street, New York City. 
Children: 

Annie Gates,'" h. Brooklyn, Oct. 17, 1866; res. 1900, 78,^ St. Mark's 
Avenue, Brooldyn : ni. Brooklyn. May 7, 1889, I'^i'derick, son 
of James Tru^low, h. Sept., 1864. Children, h. Brooklyn: Pcr- 
cival." 1). Nov. TJ. i8()2; Helen, h. May 11. 1894. 

Augustus Fraprie,'" 1). F.rooklyn. Oct. 20. 1868: res. 1900. Cran- 
ford, N. J.; m. Brooklyn." Oct. 26. i8()8. Fillian A., dau. of 
AtiRustus and Julia \'oris .Sloan, h. Brooklyn, Jan. 13. i8/>8. Chil- 
dren, h. Cranford: Lillian." b. Mar. 26, 1901; Augustus S., b. 
June 17, 1902. 

Edwin Gates, h. Nov. 10, 1876; unm. 

, 1396. STKrjfi'.N B." I^vucock, son of .Avery Cook and Kli/a 
I (Brown) Babcock (William. Christ. 4)her. Oliver, 

James. James, John, James), b. New Haven. Conn.. Mar. 7. 

1833; (i. New York City. Mar. 2(). 1802; m. P.rooklyn. N. Y., 

I'Vb.. 1857, Kate P).. dau. of \\'illi;un and Kate Brown, d. 

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Children, b. New ^'ork Cily: ' 

Camilla, b. ; d. Jan. 16, 1889; m. Alfrc*! T. Mcyn (?), d. 

Grceiuvicli, Conn., July 3, 1900. 
Hciiry, b. July 12, 1S64 ; res. 1902, Arvcrnc, L. I.; unni. 
Helen IJunl, b. ; res. 1902, Cairo, J£k.v['1- 

1397. Eliz.\I5i:tii C." Bap-cuck, dau. of Avery Cook and 
Eliza (l>ro\vn) Babeock (William, Christopher, Oli- i 

ver, James, James, John, James), b. New Haven, Conn., Nov. ■ 

II, 1838; res. 1903, 1437 56111 Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. ; m. i 

Brooklyn, Sept. 7, 1862. Frank I J., son of Alfred and Ann E. | 

(Kin<,0 Smith, b. New York City, Oct. 10, 1838, d. Brooklyn, \ 
Apr. 16, 1891. 
Children : 

Frank ]5..'» b. Pliiladdpliia, Pa.. Feb. 14, 1864; res. 1903, Kaoaa ; 

Kaiiia, Hawaiian I'-laiuls; in. Broc^klyn, Gcrtrudi;, dau. of Frank I 
and Sarah (Rliodcs) Cliichc^tor, b. Brooklyn, i8fi6. 

Philip S., h. Sept. 9. 1867; d. Brooklyn. June 24. iX^9. .| 

Ainiic K., 1). Brooklyn. Jan. lO. iK^k;; re-^. 1903. 1437 -^(>\h Street, ' 

Brooklyn; m. Brooklyn. Jan. 25, 1893, Frank S. \Vinchester, Jr., ! 

b. Brooklyn. Nov. 30, 1870. 1 

Ethel ]•'., 1). l>ro()klyn. June 30. 1874; res. 1903, 52.S Macon Street, ' 

Brooklyn; ni. I')r(>(pklyn. I'^eb. 21, i8<>9. deorj^e C.. sun of Caleb I 
and Maria (Harris) Tafl. b. New ^'ork, Mar. 16, j866. 

1398. John J.° Mkrru.l, son of John II. and Mary A. (Bab- 

cock) Merrill (Daniel, B)aniel. Oliver. J;mies, James, 
John, James), b. Potter Hill. R. I.. Nov. 14. 1861 ; m. Alfred. 
N. Y., Aiij^. 18. 1891, Marv Leona. dan. of Silas C. and Mary 
A. (Taylor) Bnrdick, b. Alfred. N. V.. Jan. 20. 1867. Bnsi- ' 
ness address, Conii)tri^Iler's Office, Albany, N. Y. 
Children : 

Mary Margaret.'" b. Alfred. Oct. 23. 1S93. 
Anna Abigail, b. Albany. Apr. 25, 1900. 

1399. Gr.oKGK Irish" L.wgwortiiv. son of Deacon Benja- 
nnn Franklin and Eliza (Irish) Lan.i^worthv. of 

Georg-e anil Betsy (Babccxk) Irish (Daniel. Oliver, James. 
James. ]o\m, James), b. Stonintiton. Conn.. May 9. 1839; d. 
New York City. Jnly 27. 1882: m. Almond. N.' Y., Jan. 10. 
1866. Ann Lockhart. <lan. of Isaiah and Julia (Ellis) Karr. b. 
Almond. May 19. 1842. d. New ^'ork City. Jnly 2, i8r;(). 

He was First Lieutenant in Comprmy E, 85111 New \uvk 
Rcj^imcnt. in the War of the Rebellion. 

Children : 

Julia F.,'" b. .Mniond. Tune 4. \?^->y. res. i(X)3. I'itlsburg, Pa.; m. 
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Dr. Anne 1... h. Jersey City, N. J., Nov. 9, 1869; res. U/O^. 1381 
Boston I\();i(i, New York; m. Nov. 6, igo«, Loren G. Wailc. 

Benjamin iManklin,'" h. Jersey Citv. N. J.. Oct. 0. 1^71 ; ni. Plain- 
field, N. J.. Oct. 25. iSy;, Mary A., dan. of Rev. A. M. and 
Augusta (Johnson) Lewis, 1). .Mar. 31, 1872. He is a lawyer at 
218 l.a Salle Street. Cl)ica.i(o. III. Children, h Chicago: I'rances 
Lewis." I). July 25. i8(>S, and Mari^'old Lookliart, h. July 22, 1901. 

Ruth K., 1) Jirsey City. Oct. 9, 1878; n-;. hjo.V I'lttshurj.,'. 

George I., b. Oct. 7, i88(j; res. 190.3, Minneapolis, Minn. 

1400. M.AKv 1>'.M.M.\'' L.wciwoKTin-, (lait. of 15cnj;i!nin 1'. 
and I'Ji/a (Jrisli) Laiii^witrihy, of (Iconic and licLsy 

(Babcock) Irish (Daniel. Oliver, Janie.^, James, John, J.inies), 
b. Stoninglon, Conn., May jy, ].S4o: res. Stonini^ton lior- 
oug'li ; m. Alfred, X. Y., Mar. 12, 1864, Charles K. P., son 
of Frank and Su-an B. (Pendleton) Xoyes, b. Stonington, 
Apr. 15, i8^y. 

Ciiildren, b. Stonington : 

1494 Carrie K. P.,'" b. Mar. 25, 1865: in. (apt. Charles I'.. Nichols. . 
Kmnia Jane, b. Feb. 8, 1868; d. Stonington, Mar. 19, 1879. 
Benjaniin l-'ranklin, b. Apr. 5, 1879. 

1401. John Fu.\x ki-in" I..\n(;\vouth v, son of Iknjamin F. 
and Eliza (Irish) Langworthy, of Georg:e and Betsy 

(Babcock) Irish ( Daniel. Oliver, James, James, John, James), 
b. Stonington. Conn., Apr. 5, 1847; res. 1903, Alfred, N. Y. ; 
m. Alfred, Nov. 9. 1870. Maria Louise, dau. of Samuel and 
Chloe (Sherman) Stillman, b. Alfred, May 24, 1850. 
Children, b. Alfred: 

Frank Olin. b. .Ajir. 2},. 1876. 

Howard Sherman, b. .\Iav 23, 1879. ' • 

Dean, b. Feb. 26, 1882. 

1402. Wiij.i.xM Is.\.\c^ L.\.\GU()RTiiv, son of Benjamin F. 
and Kli/.a (Irish) Langworthy, of George and Betsy 

(Babc(Kk) Irish (Daniel. Oliver, James, James. John, James), 
b. Stonington, Conn.. May 12, 1851 ;■ res. 1903, Alfred. N. Y. ; 
m. Belmont, X. ^'.. Sept. 29, 1S80. E. Odessa, dau. of William 
and Mary (Jenks) Blanchard. b. Grove. X. Y., July 20. 1858. 
Children, b. Alfred : 

Willinin L. 1). July 14. 1881 ; d. Alfred. Nov. 10, 1881. 

^Lary 11., b. l'"eb. 10. 1S84. 

Frank A., b. hdv 10, 1885. 

Helen O., b. Mar. 5. 1887." 

Ella L, b. Jan. 10, 1890. ^» > . 

Floyd B.. b. .\uii. 17, i8or. 

Marguerite, b. Mar. 25, 1893. 



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1403. ])ami;i. r..\iic:(nK" L.wiiwoiri 11 v. sun of P.c-njamin 1 

V. aiul J"Ji/a (Iri.sli) J.ant^worlliy, o) (ic(jr}^c and 
Betsy (Inihcockj Jri.sh (Daniel, ()li\er, James, James, John, 
James), b. Stoiiini^toii, Conn., July 13, 11^52; res. Alfred, 
N. Y. ; m. Alfred, Feb. 13, 1S75, (Jalherinc J^lliza'netli, dan. of 
William and Lanra (Campbell) Day, b. New York City, Auij. 
21, 185.1. 
I Children, b. Alfred: 

Bcrlha,"' h. Die. 11, 1876. 
; , \Villi:mi N., 1). Aug. 9, iSSo. 

Henry \\'., 1). Juno 5, 1H84. 

Gladys L., 1). :\i)r. 25. l8<jj ; d. Alfred, Mar. 21, 1S96. 
; ,' Lily, b. Aug. 13, iSf/j. 

' 1404. Deaeon Iuk.ar W.M/roN" Jri.sh, .son of George and 
Maria ICdi^erlon (I 'otter) Irish, of (jeori^c and Jjetsy 
(Babcock) Irish (])aniel, Oliver, James, James, John, James), 
b. W. Genesee, N. Y., Mar. 25, i<S3.S: d. Hammond, La., Apr. 
26, 1807; m. (1) Westerly, \\. !.. Jan. 9, 1866, Charlotte IC, 
dan. of I^eacon William and Sarah (Rollers) Maxsjjn, b. 
Waterfortl, Conn., Dec. 3. J843, d. ]\-irina. 111., Ans.^. 12, 1877; 
m. (2) Farina, Jnne 14, i87(;. Helen \i., dan. of Asa S. and 
Eliza (Green) Coon, b. Berlin, N. Y., May 26, 1852. 
Ciiildren of first wife, b. Farina: 

s' Earnest M.,'" b. Nov. 13, iS<^)6; res. 1002, Hammond; m. Ham- 
mond, Dec. 11, iSy2, Maud, dau. of I'Vank Rand and .Marv E. i 
' ■ (Witter) Saunder>, b. Akron. 111., Oct. 9, 1873. Child: Glen 1 
W.," b. Hannnond, Nov. Q. i8(;4. 
Bertha L.,'" b. Jan. 20. i8(x^; res. 1902, Hammond; m. Westerly, 

Jan. 9, 1894. J. .Xdelford, son of Daniel and Rel)ecca (Bowler) 1 

Potter, b. Little Genesee, Apr. 16, 1844. Child: Charlotte E.," I 

b. May 19, 1805. i 

William lulgar. b. Nov. 23. 1870; d. Farina, Feb. 28, 1871, ' I 

George M., b. .Vug. 11, 1877; d. Farina, Aug. 31, 1877. ' 

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Roy Edgar, b. .Apr. 30. 1880; d. I'arina, NLiy 26, 1881. I 

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1405. S.\R.\ii M.\Ki.\" Irish, flau. of Geore^e and Maria 

Edgerton (l^ottcr) Irish, (^f Ge(M-i4e and I^etsy ( Fiah- 

cock) Irish (Daniel. Oliver. James. James. John, James), b. 

W. Genesee. N. Y.. Jnly 24, 1843: m. Westerly. R. I., .Apr. 7. 

1866, Z. .St.-mley, son of Benjamin F. and I.ucy M. f Maxson) ' 1 

I'otter, b. W . (iencscc. Ant;-. 18, 1842, d. Farina, 111., Jan. 20, ! 

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Children : ' ' ■. : .. . 

I Edwin S.,'" h. Ashaway, R. I.; res. 1902, Farina; ni. Farina, Oct. 18, 

1892, Alvcna, <laii. of A. and )-"niiiia ( ( locinj,' ) Kin^'. h. Chi- 
f f cago, III., Ni)v. 28, 1X07. Cliildrcii : Zclina," h. I'ariiia, Scj)!. 10, 

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1 •"• Lucy Maria,"* I). Nov. 22, 1870; d. I'ariiia, July 11, i8<;4. 
j ' Harold, b. I'ariiia, Oct. 2, 1H76; d. Farina, Jan. 31, 1877. 

; 1406. M.\Rv ]'"Li/.\i!i;rii" Iki.sji, dan. of Geori^c ami Mary S. 

; (Adanis) li isli, of (lcorj.:;c and Bct.sy (liabcock) Irish 

I (Daniel, Oliver, James, James, John. James), I). W. (lenesee, 
N. Y., Dee. 31, 1846; res. 19OJ. J«:i(lred. I'a. ; m. (i) Cnba, 
N. Y., Anj;. 25, 1863. James il. Xorton. She m. (2) Olean, 
N. Y., Jnne 7, 18X4, P.vron, son of Mil(j C\ and Kmily (Lalh- 

' rop) Alford, b. l\id-e\'ille, O., Mar. 25, J.S42, d. 13ee. 28, 
1898. 

Children, b. ]"\'n"ina : 

;' Nora J).,'" 1). Jan. 27, iS^.7; m, I'.ldrod. Jan. 28, 188S, David H., 

son of Jacol) M. and Marv J. Ikli .MutluTshonKh. I). Mittin. 
Pa.. Jan. 6. 1861. Cliildrdi': Mary Desire." I). Huron. S. D.. 
' , AuR. 15. 1880; Byron .Mford. I). I't-nnclt, 111., June 5, 1892. 

Dcssic W., b. July 29, i8()8; ni. Bennett, Nov. 13, 1899, Edson A. 
I Cornell. 

1407. Nathan Wardnek^ Tui.sii, son of George and Mary 
S. (Adams) Irish, of Georg-e and Betsy (Babcock) 

Irish (Daniel, Oliver, James. James, John, James), b. W. 
Genesee, N. Y., Feb. 24, 1850; res. 1903, Hoop Street. K. 
Olean, N. Y. ; m. Richbnrg. N. Y., Nov. 26, 1874. Ida M., 
' dan. of William and Iimcline W'iglitman. b. Friendship. N. Y., 
Jnly 10. 1852. 
Chikhen : 

Bonnie W., b. Nile, N. Y., Tunc 8, 1878. 
'■ Bertba M., b. Westons Mills, N. V.. May 14. 1880; ni. Olean. 

N. Y., Mar. 13, i89(), ICliner, son of William and Lucy Raub, b. 
Oct. I, 1875. 

1408. MvROX II. Cl.\rk° Iristi, .son of George and Mary S. 
(Adams) Irish, of George and Iknsy (P>abcoek) Irish 

(Daniel. 01i\er. lames, James, fohn. lames), b. W. Genesee. 

N. Y., Jnly 4. 1855; res. Friendship. X. Y. ; m. Nile. N. Y.. 

Sept. 7. 187^). l^llen .\.. dan. of .Samnel I', and Marion 
J (Weber) Crandall. b. Genesee. Nov. 6, \<^^(^. 
I Children, b. I'^riendship : 

1 Jessie Marion, b. Dec. 2.}. 1883: res. k»i. Itopia. N. \.; m. Nile, 

N. Y., Oct. 18. 1002. Arvis Burrmvs. He is a fanner. 
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U09. MiuANOA I'.'* Irish, dan. of James R. and Charlotte C. 
(I>al)Cock) Irish, of George and Betsy (liabcock) 
Irisli (Daniel, Oliver, James, James, John, James), b. De 
Ruyler, N. ^^, Jan. 23, 1854; res. 1901, Roekville, K. I.; m. 
Rockville, Jan. Ji. 1874, Georj^e N., son of Nicholas and 
Nancy (Davis) Crandall. h. l-^xeter, R. I., Mar. 24, 1848. 
Children, b. Kcckville: 

Minnie G.. 1). May 27, 1875; ifi. Hopkinton, R. I., Fc-b. 28. 1897, 
Cliarlcs N., son of AlcxaiidcT C. and Mary S. (Whcclcr) Kcn- 
yon, 1). lIi)i)kinton, July 17, 1K73. 

George v., b. Apr. lu, 1888. 

1410. \\'ii.i,i.\M B.m'.cock" Irj.sii, son of Daniel and Mary 

(Babcock) Irish, of George and Betsy (Babcock) 
. Irish (Daniel, Oliver, James, James, John, James), b. West- 
erly, R. ]., Jnne 20, 1846; d. Farina, 111., \\\^. 28. 1875; m. 
Farina, Oct. 2_|, 1868, Amv E., dan. of Benjamin F. an<I Lncv 
(Maxson) Potter, b. Alfred, N. Y., Dec. 28, 1846. 
Children, b. b'arina: 

William Arthur,'" b. Mar. 2.^. 1871 ; ns. iqo.i. .Mfrcd; m. (i) 
Farina, May 14, i8yi, Anna F.. dau. of Pliilip and Fli7.abcth 
(Row) Glick, b. Aufj. i. 1870, d. Farina, July 30, 1892; ni. (2) 
Alfred, June 5. 1897, Hattic F.. dau. of Edmund and Fli;^a 
.\,.., p (lladly) lUirdick. b. Sept. 4. 1865. Child of first wife: Ralph 

G.," b. l^arina. July 6. 1892. d. Farina, Mar. 8, 1893. 

Gertrude E., b. Oct. '8. 1876; d. Farina, . 

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1411. Thomas II.** Green, son of Albert C. and Alary C. 

(Irish) Green, of George and Betsy (Babcock) Irish 
(Daniel, Oliver. James, James. John. James), b. Pawcatuck, 
Conn., July 6, 1850; res. 1901, Ashaway. R. I.; m. Morrison. 
Colo., Jnne 11, 1876. Martha A., dau. of Thomas C. and 
Judith R. (Fletclier) Bergen, b. Bloomini^^ton. 111., Aug. 2, 
1857. 
l-it' Children, first b. at Idaho Springs, Colo., others Hopkin- 
ton, R. I. : 

Pauline E.,'" b. Dec. 26, 1S77. ■ ' 

Albert H., b. June 2, 1880. ; 

Benjamin I'., b. Mar. 12. 188 ^ ■ 

Grace R.. b. .Sept. 24. 1886. 

Bcrcrcn I., b. Feb. 22. 1890. • ' " 

David, b. ^tar. 11, 1893. •, 

Lewis R.. b. June 21. i8<i5. . . ' . . 

I ^rarp;arite Adella. b. Feb.' 14, 1898. «il. u : ' T " 

1412. Annie B.^ Potter, dau. of William Henrv and 
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cock) Poller (l);iiiiel. Oliver. Janics, J;inK">, Joliii, James). Ix 
Mystic River, Coiiii., Sei'i. u, i'^<J[(>; in. Mystic Kivcr, Oct. 
24, 1867, Horace \\'.. son of Xallian (ialln]) and ICnicline 
(Miner) Msli, 1). .Mystic, Oct. J4, 1.^40. They res. ujOt^, 31 
\V. 90th Street, New N'ork C"ily. 
Children : 

r.ditli,'" 1). Mystic, Omn., Sept. g. iS(>S; m. Niw Ymk City, Apr. 
• 7. i^'V.S, Cliarlos E., son of Cliarlr'^ and .X^jncs ( S|iill ) Spi-nccr, 
b. Ikuoklyn, N. Y., Jan. 2, iSCo. Have one cliild. Ilnracc Kisli" 
Spencer, 1). New "S'urk City, (Xt. 11, iS</). 

Alice,'" b. Mystic, Dec. 2.^. 1870: ni. New ^■(>rk City. Mar. 2r. 1899, 
Samuel A., son of Samuel K. atid .Mary J. ( McC'ullough) 
McCIuire. Have f>ne child, (irace I'.velyn," b. Jan. Mj, ujoi. 

Harry, b. New ^'ork City, Apr. 29, 1SS7. 

1413. TiioM A.s \\'ki.i..s^ 1'*()TTi:i^ sr)n of Thomas Cary and 

Phcl)e Ann Jl'oller) Poller, of Henry and Nancy 
(Rabcock) Poller (l^aniel. OHvcr, James. James, John, 
James), b. New London, Conn., June 27, 18.46; d. New Lon- 
don. Mar. 30, i8(;8; m. (i) .\ew London. Oct. 22, 1868, 
Ellen, dan. of Christopher an<l I'.llen (Harris) Culver, b. New 
London, Dec. 6, 1846, d. New London. Mar. 7. 1889; m. (2) 
New London, May 2"/, 1890, Nellie M., dan. of Ezra C. and 
Ann (Coffni) Smith, b. New London, Jan. 13. 1859; res. 
1903, 2 \\'iliiam Street. New London. 
Children, b. New London: 

Ellen Culver.'" b. .-Xup. 5, 1S71. Received ibc degree of M.D.. May 
20, 1003, from Woman's .Medical College of Pennsylvania, at 
Pbiladclphia. 

Mary Laml). b. Nov. 18. 187.^: m. New London, Dec. 25, 1902, 
Rev. Josei>Ii .\. I'^lder. 

Thomas \\'., Jr., b. Sejtt. 3. 1S75: d New London. Nov. 4. 1880. 

Susan Green, b. Nov. 19, 1877: d. New London. Nov. 5, 1880. 

1414. Gi':oR('.K l^oTTF.u" h^K.x.N'i:!?, son of Charles .\. and \nn 

Elizabeth (P.abcock) hVnner ^Oliver, l^aniel, Oliver, 
James, James, John. James), b. Mystic. Conn., Jnne 5. 1855; 
res. 1903, New London, Conn. : m. FLanr)\er. Coim.. July 7, 
1887, Annie C., dau. of Norni;in and Adeline (Cnller) .*^milli. 
b. Hanover. Oct. K), 1855. He is ['resident and Manai^er of 
the I'abcock Printin_£^ Press >Lmnfactm-inc^ Company of New 
London. Has invented and patented many printing;" press 
devices. 

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1415. Li'cv Vaaa:' Wait, dan. n\ William I'.cll aii.l IMicbc 
jaiic (Jkiho.ck) Wail (Oliver, Daniel, Oliver, James, 

James, Joliii, James). 1). Xew Vurk City, May 11, 1865; res. 
1903, 4167 Chester Avenue, W. Philadelphia'; m. New Vork 
City. .Apr. iiS. 18SS. l^ank. son of Aut^u.sUis and Susan (Giles) 
Battles, 1). Lynn, Mass., .\])i-. j^, 185O. 
Children, h. 1 'hiladelphia : 

I'rank I*\-iriili:iin."' 1). I'ch. 25. iSS<;. 
VVilliain Wail, li. Jiiiu- 2,\, iS(X). 
Wintliru|) ]kll, l>. Oct. 2'^. iXy?. 
Patil. l». .Auk. A- iy(X); d. .\\\<^. 4, Myoo. 
Elizabeth Ikll, 1). Mar. 11, 1903. 

1416. 1-:liz.\iu:j 1) .\i.mv" .Stoxk, dan. of Horatio .-Monzo I 
and l':ii/.aheth (.\lmy) St..ne. of David and Ducy | 

(Baheoek) Almy (Daniel. 01i\er, James. James. J(»hn, j 

James), h. I'henix. R. I., .\iiq-. 2.|. 1848; res. 190J. 142 IVarl 
Street, Providence, K. 1.; m. i'rovidence. Ma\- 14. 1 808. John 
J., son of Eliphalel and J.ois J'.llen (Wicks) JJellows, b. N. 1 

Provideiice, May 25, 1847. 
Child: 

Horatio ICIipIiaUt,'" 1). Si-pt. 16, iSrx^); m. Oaklaiul, Cal.. May 17, 1 

1899, May, (lau. of Cli.irks and Sabra .Smith, h. Colfa.x. 'Cal.! ' 

Mnr. 25. 1872. They n-s. 1902. i,^; I'rairic .Avenue, Provi«h-ncc, \ 

*• J^- I- Tl'cy have one son, Jt)hu F.," h. Providence, Feb. 28, 1900. | 

1417. I\Iari.\ Elizari:tii^ Cokv. dau. of Andrew Jackson | 
and Lucy ]\L (Almy) Cory, of David and Lucy (Bah- j 

cock) Almy (Daniel. Oliver, James. James, John. James), h. { 

Portsmouth. K. L, July 6. 1849: res. 1902, Middlelown, R. j 

L: m. Middletown. Nov. 10. 1875. .\hram Arnold, son of i 

William Coggeshell and Kmma (Baker) Brown, h. Middle- | 

town, Oct. 26, 1846. I 

Children, b. Middletown : . ' 

Albert Cory," b. Fclx 4. 1S7S. 
Abram A., b. June 28. 1880. 
George .Andrew, 1). July 3, 1882. 
l^avid Alniv, b. .Aup. w. 1884. 
Glady.s b. Jan. 20, 1887. 

1418. Li-cv Jaxi:^ Cory. dau. of Andrew Jackson and Lucy 

AL (Almy) Cory, of David and "Lucy (I'.ahcock) 
Ahiiy (l^aniel, Oliver. James. James, John. James), b. New- 
port. R. L. Jan. 3. \^^C)\ res. 1902, Jamestown, R. L; m. \ 
Jamestown. I'eh. 7. 1883. TlK.m.'is G.. son of Pclej>- Cro.^^s and 
Catherine (W'eeden) Carr, b. Jamest.^wn. Jan. 16. 1843. 



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Children, 1j. Jameslown : 

Nicli<j|;!s l-:ikinl.)ii,"' b. Jan. ii. 1S.S4. 

Alfred Kicli.inls, h. Mar. 2(). 1K85; cJ. Jainc^low 11, Mar, 8, 1892. 

Maria Aluiy, li. Jiiiu- 5, 1886. 

Gi'orgo Calil), b. .Apr. 2$, i8«S8. 

LoiUM.', b. Oct. 21, i8Ky. 

Kalhk-en Frances, b. Apr. 8, 1X91 ; d. Jamestown, Apr. 21, 18*^5. 

1419. j.\Mi:.s l'\" ll.MiCOCK, .son of .Xrcliihalil and I'anny ]<.. 

(Richards) ]'>ahcock (.\rcliihald, Timothy, Timothy, 
James, James. John, James), h. l>ost<jn, Ma.ss., J-Vh. 23, 18-44; 
d. Dorchester, Mass., July 19, 1897 (his remains are hmied 
in Ce(hu- Grove Cemetery, Dorchester); m. (i) Mar. 28, 
1869, Mary J'., dan. of Waher Crosl)y. h. Jloston, May 27, 
1845, d. May 3. 1890; m. (2) Ani;-. 24, 1892, Marion B., dan. 
of Bartlett R. Alden, of E. I'.rid-ewater. Mass., 1). JiUy 28, 
1853. She is a direct descenchml of John Alden, of ])n.\hnry, 
Mass. No children by this marriai^'e. 

James Francis Jiabcock was educated in the public schools 
of Boston, graduated from the Ouincy (irammar School in 
1857, and from the luiglish Ilit^h ScIuhjI in i86cj. Entered the 
Lawrence Scientilic School of Harvard University, devoting* 
himself exclusively to the study of Chemistry, graduatinji^ in 
1862, after which he practiced his profession as analytical ex- 
pert in Ijoston. In 1869 he became I'rofessor of Chemistry 
in lioston University. In 1875 he was appointed by Governor 
Gaston as State assayer and inspector of li(|uors, and was re- 
ap[)ointed continuously until 1885. when he declined further 
service and became insi)eclor of milk for the city of Boston, 
continuing- in that office until 1889. lie was a chemical ex- 
pert in many important cases in Massachusetts and other 
States; was a popular lecturer u|)on scientific subjects, and 
was the inventor of the Babcock Fire Extinguisher. 

Children : | 

.1495 Walter C," b. Aug. 16. 1S70; m. Mary A. Bernard. 

Frank C, b. Sept. 22, 1S72; ni. May 3, 1896, Mamie E. Kerwich, 

b. ^tar. 18, 187:;. 
Maria C, b. l-'eb. 10, 1882. 

1420. SusAX Lnri.s.v" B.\bcock. dan. of Andrew Jackson 
and Harriet Ann (Palmer) Babcock (Robert, John. 

Timothy. James, James, John. James), b. Concord. N. II.. 
Oct. 5, 1852; res. i()02. 7^=,() Grace Street. St. Paul. Minn.: 
ni. Oct. 21, 1876. Z. Dayton Graham, b. Chatham. 111., Dec. 
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Chiklicn : 

Clirfind,'" b. SpriiiKfic'ld. 111., Jan. 3, 1R79; res. 1902. Portland, Ore. 
Danglitcr^ (one named llaiiiej, twins, b. Si. Paul, Mnin., Apr. I, 

i8.Sj; d. Ai.r., i8<Sj. 
Harry, b. St. Paul, Minn.. .'\i>r. 27, 1S84. 
I'Vances l.nuise, b. Cliica^'o, 111., .Sept. (), 1892. 

1421. Jam lis C.'* J>.\15Cuck, son of An<lre\v Jackson and Har- 

riet Ann (Palmer) llahcotk (Uolunt. John, 'J'iniuthy, 
James, Jame.s, John, James), b. Springfield, 111., Se[)l. j. i8()cS; 
res. 1902, Si)rini;riel(l ; m. ]\ynQ 30, 1896. by Ivev. Euclid l'>. 
]\o_Qers, I'a.^tor of the C'eiilral ]^>aijlisL Ciinrcli, Springfield, 
iJerlha Alice, dan. of Cal\in aii'l Mary (Terieke;) I'easc. She 
was a teacher ni the public schools of SpringlieM. 1 ler father 
was Captain of C'<iini)any D, I'Gtii Regiment, ]llin(.>is Infantry, 
War of the Rebeiliuu. 
Cliildren : 

Doris I''li/al)clli,"' b. Nov. 7, i8'ji>, 1:10 .\. M. 
PalnuT Ciluver, b. Feb. 13, uy.n, 1:30 .\. .M. 

1422. Rox.vNNA^ CfRTi.s, dan. of William II. and Thank- 
ful (Babcock) Curtis (Daniel, James, Timothy, 

James, James, John, James), b. Apr. 12, 1845; m. June 2y, 
1864, Christopher C. Chicliester, of y\le.\andi"ia, \'a. 
Children : 

George II.,'" b. Oct. 27, 1865; m. Georgia Garry. 
^hlrtlla II., b. Feb. 1.4, 1867; ni. Janie.s Bradfield. 
Myrtle, b. Aug. 8, 1869; m. Thomas Cleveland. 
JIarriet V.., b. I^ec. 4, i87.(; ni. William Nasb. 

Esther -M., b. Aug. 3, 1877; m. Edward Spindler, of Washing- 
ton, 1). C. 
Harry C, b. May iS, 1889; unm. 

1423. La Mott^ Curtis, son of William H. and Thankful 

(Babcock) Curtis (Daniel, James, 'fimothy, James, 
James, John, James), b. Alexandria, X. Y.. May 9. 1855; m. 
Dec, 188 1, Jeimie F. Elmer, of Lowville, X. Y. 
Children, b. Lowville: 

Gertrude,'" b. June 28. 1883; m. Sept. 10, 1902, Fred Bowman. 
Elmer !•".. b. Nov.. 1884. 
Ora, 1). Aug. 17, 1894. 

1424. Almira B.^ CArkixs, dan. of Augustus and Xancy 
j*x>.-. (Babcock) Caprins ( Rhodes, James, Timothy, James. 

Tames. John. James), b. T'lessis. X'. Y.. Sept. 8. 1857; res. 
1902, Frazec, Minn.; m. Philadelphia. X'. Y.. Apr. 2^, 1876, 
Edwin S. Rogers, b. Redwood. X. Y.. S''pt. 25, 1852. 
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Child ten : 

Knicrson,'" h. Apr. lo, 1S77. 

Ilciiiy,"' b. Jinn- 27, 1.S78; 111. Tarrylowii, N. V., July 7, 1901, Kale 

McDirmolt ; rrs. 190J, lillinsforcl. N. V. Tlity have one daiinliter. 
Dora, b. Red wood ; res. 1903, I'Vazco ; 111. Jilack River, Minn., 

July 3, iSijS, William S. i-'rcdeiibiirg. 

1425. Katj-. V.\.\/.\' Hmjcuck. dau. of Fdislia and Jane 

(Clark) lirdjcuck (Charles, Charles. Xatlian, Sanuicl, 
James, John, James), h. Leonardsville, X. Y., June 21, 1854; 
res. 1902, Sag-inaw, Mich.; m. Sa«;ina\v, Au!,^ 29, 1877, Ezra 
G., son of Amasa and .M arietta l\iist, b. Marine City, Mich., 
Oct. 23, 1854. 

lie is interested in llie ]uni1)ei' hnsiness, and is a lar^e real 
estate dealer. 

Children, 1>, Saj^inaw : 

Clara L.,"' b. July 4, 1878; d. young. 
Gardner R., b. Sept. 2^. 1880; d. ymnig. 
Mariella, b. .May 4. 188.2. 
Kzra, b. Ajir. 25, 1886; d. yoiinp. 
Katherinc, b. I'eb. 5, 1888. 

1426. M.\RTiiA^ B.\ncocK, dan. of Horace and Sarah M. 

(Dc Show) P.ahcock (Charles, Chaiics, Nathan, 
Samuel, James. John, James), b. Feb. i, 1848; res. Onarga, 
111.; m. Chicaj^o. Mar. 8. 1866. Lee C, son of Charles and 
Catharine (iMabbctt) Brown, b. Bridgewater, N. Y., Dec. 15, 
1830. 
Child : 

Dr. Charles F..'" b. Onarga, Mar. u, 1867; res. 1902, y2i^ Warren 
Avenue, Chicago; ni. Apr. 28, 1897, Marie Sclieurer. 

1427. E.-\RL P)." 1>ABC0CK. son of Xorman and Emogenc 

(Bardecn) Babcock (Andrew, Charles. Xathan, .Sam- 
uel, James. John, James), b. Kankakee, Bl.. Dec. 2'ii, i860; 
res. 1902, Kankakee; m. Muncie. Ind., Aug. 30. 1885, Ger- 
trude, dau. of Holmes McCoy, b. Muncie. .Sept. 19. 1865. 
Children, b. Kankakee: 

Norninn H.," b. Aug. 3, 1890. 
Emogene, 1). Feb. 25, 1895. 
Ricliard. b. May 14. \^)(). 

1428. Sar.mi EuzAiniTii" B.xr.cocK, dau. of Samuel !•". and 
Susan M. (Berry) liabcock ( Jared. Jand. Samuel. 

Samuel. James, John, James), h. .\shawav, R. [., Jan. 29. 
1846; res. 1902, Ashaway; m. Asliaway, Xov. 13. 1867. 



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William Lorcu/.o, son uf Daniel aiul Xancy (Circcncj Cran- 
(Jall, 1). llopkinldi), K. I., Xuv. 20, 1840. 
Ciiildroii, b. Asliaway: 

Frank Ifou.inl,"' 1j. Aiif^. 25, iHf)S; tl. HfipUinton, May JJ, 1897. 
Allnrl !'>., 1) Apr. _'4. 1S75; res. !<>)_•, Alfred. N. \. 
Manila A., 1). Apr. 24, 1875. 

1429. C.\tiii;ki.\h 1'.." IJ.xitcocK, daii. of Horace and Maiy 

(I.ockc) Jia])Cock (Juliii, William, William, 1 )aiiiel, 
James, julin. James), h. Weyainvega, Wis., Sej^t. i<S, 1864; 
res. 1902, (lowanda, X. >'. ; m. Gowaiula, Mar. J, 1887, Wil- 
liam ^\^, .son of Charles and l.ydia (Wvirdenj C'haffee, b. 
Gowanda, Scj)!. 25, \^().\. 
Children, b. (low anda : 

Ruhcrl C..'" 1). Jan. i. 1888. 

CallicriiK'. it. July 4, i><<»J. 

Mary L., 1». Mar. 28, 18.,;. 

Dorothy, 1). I-'cIj. 16, 1808. 

John R., li. Oct. 2, 1900: (1. yi'unp. 

WiUiani \\'., 1). Oct. 2, 1900; d. young. 

1430. CiiAKLK.s Akii.v' i^<Ai;cocK, son of Jared R. and Adelia 
(Mann) Babcock (Joshua. James. James, Daniel, 

James, John, James), b. Weslfield, X'. Y.; m. Westiield, Jidy 
13, 1881, Millie, (kill, of John and Mary Jones, b. Watertown, 
N. Y., Jidv 4, 1852. Thev res. 1902, 576 W. Avenue, T'nf- 
falo, N.'Y.' 

Children, b. Weslfield: 

Clara L.,'" 1). ; res. 1902, 754 Seventh Street, Buffalo; m. 1900, 

Fred J. Dwidan. 
Clarence, h. 188 v 
Mary L.. b. 1S85. 
Arthur H., b. 1893. 

1431. l^MM.v IT.^ Hamii^tox. dan. oi Samuel and Hannah 

(Babcock) Hamilton ( Daniel. Daniel, James, Daniel. 
James, John. James), b. Alfred, X. V.. May 25, 1841 : res. 
1902, Britt, Ta. ; m. Milton. Wis., T. C. Hoxic, b. Carolina 
Milks, R. I., Tune 8, i8v- 
Children, 1). Milton: 

Lillian II.,'" 1>. Mar. 18, i860; res. 1902, Britt. la.; ni. Milton. Dec. 
15, 1880. I'.dwin P.. sou of .Xbraliain and Plielio C. (Warren) 
Hcaley, b. Clreinwich, O.. Ndv. 30. 1852. They have two children. 
' ' Frank 11., b. Nov. 29. 1862; d. young. 

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James, John, James), h. C'licnam^o Comity, N. Y., Apr. 10, ( 

18.^6; res. Kjoj, lliitehinsr)!!, Minn.; m. 'J'ransit, .Minn., May 
7, 1870, Emily A., dau. of 15. 1*". an^l Anloiiieitc Jjiirclick, b. ' 

June 18, 1853. j 

1 , Cliildren, I). Sihley County, Minn.: 

' Nellie E.." 1). Fcl). 2_'. 1S71 ; «1. yoiiiii,'. ) 

' Iiuv. A., I>. Aii}^. 31, iS/^; res. k/jj, i^utellill.^'•ll ; m. iS<j.3, Charles j 

!•:. 'I'ucker. ' 

I'laiik ]■'... I). July 10, 1875; res. 1002, 2 and -j xv\ Place, Chicago, III. 

I i Cliailes .M., i). jiinc 13, iSjo: res. 1902, Hutchinson. | 

' De Forest ]•".., h. Apr. 26, iSNj. 

1433. MoKTox Fk.\N'ci.s° 1'>.\i;cock, son of Hiram and : 
Catlierint- (XW-lls) ]')al)(.«uk (Janir-. Daniel, James, 

Daniel, James, John, Jami.-s). h. Cojoina. \\'i>., July 10. 1857; \ 

res. 190J, Royal, Ore; m. New .\nhnrn, Minn.. .\<iv. 2, 1882, ]* 

Marian A., dan. of T'enjamin V. lUn'dicl:, b. Kapids, X. Y., 
Jan. 3, 1862. 
Children: 

F.tlwartl M.,'" 1). irmcliinson, Nov. n, iS8^ 

Clyde !•:., h J.in. .1, }>^S6. 

Walter R., \>. I^.yal, Ore., Nov. 6, 1S05. ^ 

1434. Mary Lohax.v'' Baf.cock, dau. of Daiu'cl L. and | 
Wealthy A. (Burdick) I'abcoek (James, Daniel. James, l 

Daniel, Jame.s, John, James), b. Lineklaen Center, X. Y.. Aug. f 
25, 1846; res. 1902, Vernonia. Ore.; m. Trenton. Minn.. j 
Dec. 16. 1864. Arthellr)\v ^L, son of Albert and Annie (Stand- 
ard) Knndolpli, b. July 4, 1846. j 
Children: \ 

Lccoiia.'" b. Tvenion. l~)cc. 17. ]866; res. U}02. Vernonia, Ore.; m. 

Wacouta, Minn.. William (i. Woods, b. ^la>'• 4, 1S63. I 

Edna .M.. b. Jinic 6, 1870: res. if)02, Mdiimoutl), Ore.; m. Dec. ? 

25, 1S98, Harri-on K. Shirk, h. Mar. 8. iS^ig. 

1435. BI•:^'JA^^^• Die Forkst^ B.\bcock. son of Daniel D. 
and .Wealthy (Burdiek) Babcock (James, Daniel, 

James. Daniel. James. John. James), b. T.ineklaen, X\ Y.. I 

Mar. 16. 1852; res. Tr)02. \\'clls, Minn.; m. Dodq-c Center, 

y Minn., X^ov. 12, 1874, F.mma. dati. (-f D. A. and .\nrilla Rich- ' 

' niond. 1). De Ruvter. X'. Y.. Jan. 7, 1851. i 

Children, b. Wells: " [ 

Karl D.,'" b. . >; 

Edna E., b. : re«. 1903. Mounlain Lake. Minn.; ni. Dr. O. A. i 

Allen, b. Mil(..n. Wis.. 1X5.^. 

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1436. Cjiakles IIknrv^ ]3.\ijcock, son of Charles and 
l.oiiisa (Brown) Uabcock (Harry, Jlciiry, James, 

Daniel, James, Julin, James), b. Lcdyard, Conn., July 16, 
1838; d. Norwich, Conn., Mar. 24. 1903; m. (i) Stonini;^- 
ton, Conn.. Mar. 30, 1863, Ahhie Helen, dan. of Harry and 
Prudence (Chesbro) Hinckley, h. Slonington, July 15, 1842, 
(1. Strjuington, Mar. 14, 1883; m. (2) Mary Gardner. He was 
for years Superintendeul of Schools of W'eslerl}', R. I. 
Children, b. SuniinL^lou : 

1496 Annie I-.,'" I). May 2.5, 1865; 111. Dr. John H. ICUlrccl. 
Edilli V'inctnt, 1>. Jan. S, iWx); rc>. 190-', \Vc-«itorIy, M. I. 
Harry Hinckley, li. June 30, 1.S72; d. .Sloningum, Oct. 20, 1892. 

Child Iiy secontl wife: 

^Tac (iardnir, 1). Jnly 3, iSo.^; ri-s. 190J. Westerly. 

1437. Jami:.s X." B.MiCOCK, son of Henry and Jane (Xorlh- 

rup) Babcock (James. Henry, James, l^aniel, James, 
John, James), 1). Canaan Corners, N. Y., July 28, 1836; res. 
1902, Alden, N. Y. ; m. Darien, N. Y., Sept. 12, 1865, Caro- 
line A., dan. of lulward and Margaret (Williams) vSaunders, 
b. Darien, X. ^'., Aui;. 7, 1841. 
Children, b. Alden : 

' .X Edward S.."' b. 1867; res. 1903, Alfred, N. Y. ; m. Cuba. N. Y.. 
1890. Klsio. dau. of A. A. and Eunice (Rnos) Gail, b. K. Aurora, 
N. Y., 1867. He is a Professor in Alfred University, Alfred, 
N. Y. Children: Edna Gail," b. Memphis, Tcnn., Jan. 29. 1892; 
Artlnir Lc Roy. 1). Einiestonc, N. Y.. Aug. 9. 1893; Willard Gail, 
b. ]Iinsdalc, N. V.. Dec. 24, 1895; Edward S.. Jr., b. Portville, 
N. Y.. Mar. 26. 189S. 
Elsie,'" b. May 27. 1871; res. 1002. .\ldcn, X. Y. ; m. .Alden. 1890, 
W. H., son of H. L. Bass, b. St. Albans. Vt., 1868. Children: 
Hannah," b. July 30. 181)3; Elmer \V., b. Nov. 6, 1895. 
Jennie, b. Jan. 27. 1871 ; d. 1882. 

, I J. Le Roy,'" b. 1874; res. 1902, 469 Eourtocnth Street. Buffalo, 

N. Y. ; m. Buffalo, 1S97, May Andrews. Child: Joy." 

1438. Osc.vR S." B.\BC0CK. son of Lorenzo and Lydia 

(Palmer) Babcock (Asa. Henry, James, Daniel. 
James, John. James), b. Churclnillc, X. Y.. Feb. 4, 1844: res. 
1902, 202 1-2 Frank Street, Rochester. X. Y. : m. Churchville. 
Sept. 25, 1867, Caroline P., dau. of Jiditis and Funice (Shel- 
don) Adams, b. Churclnille. June I, 1847. 
Children, b. Churchville: 

Ada N.,"* b. Nov. 12, iSThS; re<;. 1002, Rochester. 

EuRene E.. b. May 10. 1871 : res. v^oj. Bcrircn. N. Y. ; m. Church- 
ville. Mar. 18. i8«)6. Nellie, dan. of .Andrew l^ibee. b. Berpen. 
Tliey have two children: Harold," b. Nov. 20, 1897 (?); Elea- 
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Hattic V.., I). N'ov. _>_', 1874; res. 190J, Rochester. 
Alta iM., I). July II, iS«7. 
Orvill \i., b. Nov. 18, 1889. 



1439. J'j.iz.MU'TJi Cl.wto.n'^ iJ.xncocK, dan. of Francis G. » 
and l':iizal)eth (Clarke) Jlabcuck ( Tanl. ],nke. VAkix- ^ 

nail, r:)aniel, janics, John, James), b. Scio, X. \' ., Jan. 30, 1 

i860; res. 1902, llornellsville, N. Y. ; m. Ilornellsville, (ict. j 

29, 1884, Moral io i.ynian, son of John and Emily (Green) 
Lan^^ 1). Watkins, X. V., Mar. 4, 1861. 
Children : 

Francis Granger," 1). Corning, N. Y., Jan. 21, 1886. 

Horatio Lyman, h. Ai)r. 30, 1887. 

Gertrude V.., h. Corning, Dec. 1.4. 1888. 

Floreiue V... h. llornellsville, Nov. 30, 1892; d. Aug. 30, 1893. 

John, I), liorneilsvillc, Mar. 30, 1897. 

1440. Bl.\ke B.° Bai:cocf<. son of iM-ancis G. and Eli/.abelh 
(Clarke) l^labcock (]»aul. Lnkc, Elkanah. Daniel, 

James. John. Janics). b. Scio, N. Y., Feb. i, 1868; res. llor- 
nellsville, X. \.\ m. llornellsville, Oct. 4, i8(;_^. lionise, dan. 
of Dr. Clare and Marjorie (Rice) Parkhil], b. ]lo\vard, X. Y., 
Jnly 22, 1868. 
Children : 

Howard P.,'" b. Aug. 17, 1894. 
Norman C, b. Jan. 13. 1897. 
Marjorie Ii.. b. Mar. 6, 1899. 
Paul R., b. Oct. 14, 1901. 

1441. C.\ssin: '\\.^ Barcock, dan. of James and Isabelle H. 

(Spanldiiii;) Babcock (Paul, Luke, Elkanah, Daniel. 
James. John, James), b. Buffalo. X'. Y., Dec. 18. 1S62; res. 
1902, 222 Plymouth A\eiiue. Rochester, X'. Y. ; m. Hor- 
nellsville. X. Y.. Oct. 6, 1887. J. Gaylord, son of Abram 
and Caroline (Cummings) Snapp. b. Sparta. Pa., June 

27. 1857- 
Children: 

Reba Kate,'" b. Caledonia. N. V.. Aug. 3. 1889. 
James ]^;d)cock. b. Warsaw. N. Y.. June 8, 1892. 
Donald C, b. Rochester, Apr. 21. 1899. 

1442. I'liKiu: Ann'' Babcock. dau. of Benjamin F. and 

Phebe Ann (Swan) l^.abcock (Benjamin P.. Paul. 
Harry, Joshua. James. Jc»1in. James), b. Auc,^ 7. 1S41: res. 
1902, Providence. R. T. ; m. June 2b, 1867, James M. Caniji- 
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Children : 

Jessie R.,'" h. July 2G, 1808; res. i'7t)_', Proviclciuc, K. I. 

Phcbc A., b. June 27, 1S70; m. Jan. i. i8</), Kni^lii O. kicliuiond. 

Mary S., b. Nov. 8, 187.?; res. 190-', Providi luc 

Janu's W., b. May iS. 1.S76; res. 1902, Providence. 

Edilli. b. Sept. 19. 187S; res. wk)-'. Providence. 

Rowena, b. Nov. 28, 1880; res. 1902, Providence. 

1443. I'.ix i.\Mi.\ I'k.wki.i.n'-' B.\i;cock, i<nn of llc-iij.-iiniu 
I'^rankliu aiul ]\lari.-i .\. (Bickncll) lialjcnck (Ik-iija- 

iiiiii l'\, Paul, IJarry. Joshua. J.amcs, John, Jaiiics), h. June 12, 
1845; ni. June 9. i(Sr)i, Adcla JJany, h. July 16, 1846; res. 
LiN'erpiiol, hj\c;lan(l. 

Chilihen, all rc.s. 190-% lJ\cr[)(jol, ICn^land : 

Benjamin 1'".,'" li, June _M, 1871. ^ , 

Mary A., 1). Mar. 8, 1873. 

Adcia Nera, 1). June 20, 1875. 

Sibyl A., b. Oct. 9. 1878. ' , 

Guy H., b. Apr. 5. 18S2. 

Ernest, b. Oct. 31, i88j. 

1444, Maiuk .\r(;r.sTA^ IIm'.cock, dau. of P.eujamin l^auk- 
lin and Maria A. ( liickncll) Bahcock rBenjaniin F., 

Paul, Harry, Joshua, James. J(jhn, James) . h. May 4, 1854; 
res. 190J, Liver[)ool. Enqiand; m. June i. 1876, Arnold J. 
Cleaver, of Liverpool, h. ]\Iar. 30, 1852. 
Children, res. 1902, Liverpool, Lnc.,dand : 

Marie A.,'" b. Jan. 26. 1878. 
Arnold B., 1). Jan. 27, 1880. 
William B., b. July 29. 1882. 

1445, ^L\Ki.\ liABCOCis." ?\r(JOKi:, dau. of James D. and >Laria 
E. (P>ahcock) Moore (Benjamin F.. Paul. Harry, 

Joshua, James, John, James). !>. Dec. 20, 1845; r^*^- ^902. 
Providence, R. L; m. June 10, 1868. James Clinton Kimhall. 
Children, res. Providence: 

Caroline M.," b. Jan. 11, 1870; d. Feb. 3. 1871. 
Laura B., b. Mar. 4. 1872. 
Jessie M., b. June 17. 1874. 
Alice, b. Sept. 30, 1876. 
James M., b. July 22, 1880. 
l-'redcrirk H., b. Feb. 20. i88v 
Henry H., b. Nov. 12. 1884. ' 
. Margaret W., b. Nov. 2y. 1889. 

1446. ITi:xRv Df.mso.n^ P.aiicock, son of Samuel D. and 
Elizahelh C. (]M;uiklin) P.ahcock (IVnjamin P.. Paul, 

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1902, New York City; 111. May 28, 1873, Anna M. Wood- : 

ward, I). Mar. 13, 18.16. j 

lie f^nadiiatcd at Columbia CoIIcljc in 1868. . 

Cliililrcn, res. in New YorU City: 

Samuel D.,'" 1). Apr. 19, 1S74. ^ I 

\V'oo(l\var»I, b. June 14, 187O. . [ 

Alice W.. 1). Dec. 27. 1S77. \. 

Ilcury O., b. Aug. Ji, 1S.S3. | 

Richard 1""., b. ^lar. 27, 1H95. | 

1447. ]':vKi.i:.\-.\" Baijcock, dan. of Sanuicl IX mid ICli/ahctli | 
C. (Franklin) Babcock (r.enjaniin 1'., Paul. Hairy, | 

Joshua, James, John, James), b. May 13. i8^(); res. 1902, j 

New York City; m. Apr. 26, 1871, \\'ilb'am Palmer Di.xon, '. 

son of Courtland l^i.xon, of P.roohlyn, N. Y., Mar. 19, 1847. \ 

Chiklrcn : ^ 

Evelcna Babcock,'" b. Jan. G. 1.S73; rc-^. Xcw Vcirk Cilv: 111. Dec. 1 
2, 1896, y.hcn Stevens, of New York. Ii. I'cb. 7, 1871. Child: l^yain 

K.." I). Nov. 16. 1897. \ 

William H.. b. Aupf. i(). 1X77; res. 1902, New York City; m. Jan. 31, \ 

1901, Jo.<ci)hinc William^. \ 

Courlland Palmer Di.xon, 1). lulv 2, 1S84: res. 1902, New York 1' 

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1448. Emilv Fr.\nkli-N^ B.m-.cock, dau. of Samuel D. and • 
Elizabeth C. (Franklin) Babcock (]3enjamin F., Paul, j 

Harry, Joshua, James, John. James), b. Jan. 12, 1855; res. » 

1902, New York City; m. 1878, Fordyce'D., son of Dr. For- • ; 

dycc Barker, of New York City, b. 1847, ^^- 1892. j 

Children: \ 

Elizabeth Crary F.,'" b. .Apr., 1879; res. 1902, New York Citv; ni. • | 

Feb. 6, 1900, Murry W. Dodicc, of New York. 

Lillian Lee F., b. Apr. 4. 1883; res. 1902, New York City. '. 

1449. Fakxv Morri.s'' B.mjcock. dau. of Samuel 1). and 
Elizabeth C. (Franklin) Babcock (Benjamin F., Paul. ^ 

Harry. Joshua, James, John. James), b. Oct. 25, 1858; res. .' 

1902. New^ York City;" m. May 8. 18S9. Ilcnry Alexander •• S ' 

Murray, of Scotland, b. Jime 6. 1857. ■ 

Children, res. New York City: I 

Virginia. '" b. Sept. 6, 1890. 
Henry .\., b. May i.?. 1803 
Cecil Dunmore, b. Dec. 20. 1897. 

1450. Ci..\u.\^ Bahcock. dau of Gideon IF. and Lvdia 
(Campbell) B:d)cock (Ichabod. Tchabod. Ichai)od, 

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1S55; res. lyoj, I.c-uiiaidsvillc, N. V.; 111. Uiiaililla Forks, 
Jan. 13, 1881, joliii. son of Charles W. and Klioda (Collins) 
Koj^crs, b. riaiiificM, I )ir. 7, 1.S55. 
Children, h. I'laiiilield : 

John n.,'" b. Jmio .w. i88j. 
Howard, b. Sept. Jyj. 1S.S4. 
Barton H., b. Oct. 6, 1.S8O. 
Edna C, b. Mar. 2.}, iS<;i. 

1451. C.ARoi.iM/' Uakcock, dan. of (iideon U. and Lydia 

(Caniphcll) iiahcock (Ichabod, Ichabod, Ichabod, 
Ichabod, John, biini, lames), b. Apr. 20. li^Cn; res. 1902, 
Brookfield, N. Y.; m. Leonardsville, N. Y., Oct. 20, 1877, 
Dr. Herbert C, son of Stephen and Lncinda (J^liison) llrown, 
b. Brookfield, Ja-b. 14, 1857. 
Children : 

Hcrbcii J.," b. Sept. 17. 1H82; d. 1883. 

Kcarn ]i., 1). .Sept. 3. 1S91. 

Rulli L.. b. .M;ir. :\ iS.,;. 

Elslon S., b. May 8, 180; d. 1898. 

1452. Ilra.stus Fr.\.\ki,i.\" r..\r.cocK, son of Alljcrt F. and 
Ann A. (Crandall) Babcock (Joshua, Jo.seph, Icha- 
bod, Ichabod, John, John. James), b. Millport, X. Y.. Dec. 22, 
1834; res. 1902, 322 W. Chnrch Street. I'.lmira. X. Y. ; m. 
Flmira. Nov. 4, 1858. Martha Ann, dau. of Hon. John and 
Margaret (McWhorten) Xicks. b. Ithaca, X. Y., Sept. 14, 
1842, d. Elmira. June 27. 1898. 

Erastus Baljcock was Judge of the Supreme Court, Post- 
master of Elmira, under Cleveland's administration, and at- 
tornev for vears of the Erie Railroad. 

Children : 

John F..'" b. Fd). S. 1863: d. Ehnira, Julv 0. 1896. 

Harry II., b. Doc. lo. i86.j: d. July 26. 1865. 

Margaret Maiul, b. ICbnira. Jan. 21. 1867: re<;. K)02, 322 W. Cluirch 
Street, Ebnira; in. Klniira. Fel). 16, iS^jS, Edward B., fon of 
Edson and Elizabeth (I Iyer) Rogers, b. Cincinnati, O., Apr. 8, 
1864. 

1453. ]\ev. Dr Graxo Df.lo.s^ Barcock. son of Albert F. 
and Ann A. (Cran<lall) lu'ibcock (Joshua. Josc]ih, 

Ichabo<l, Ichabod. John. John. James), b. i^Iillport, X'. Y., 
Jan. 4. 1839; d. Rochester. N. Y.. Oct. 8, 1885; m. Xewport. 
N. Y., July 14. i8(')6. Harriet Louise, dau. of Richard and 
Marv (Dc Caslaing) Aronkhonsc. b. "^'onkers. X'. X., Feb. 
25, 1846; res. 1902, 12 Gibbs Street. Rochester. X. Y. 



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"Tlioiij^li blind frijin yoiiili. Mr. Babcock was a finely edu- ] 
caU'd man and a proficient ninsician.'' lie graduated, 1881, 

I'liMH the Baptist 'flieological Seminary of Rochester. For j 

several years he was pastor ul a Bapti.st Church in Rochester; . 

was also chaplain at the I-llmira Reformatory. He was an *. 

eloquent speaker, had a wonderful memory, and his knowledge I 

of the Bible was extratirdinary. . J 

Children . • 

1497 Anali I'.,'" I). Sept. 9. i8(/); in. I'lidcricU W. Yates. 

Laiigilun. b. I^iclic^tcr. Nov. id, 1884; res. 1902, 136 Soulli Fitz- 
Inigli Street, Rocliesur, \. V. 

1454. Amklia r.'^ ]'oTTi£k. dau of German and ISIary L. 

(I^abcock) Totter (Joshua. Joseph. Ichabod, Ichabod, 

John, John. James), b. S. Xew Berlin. N. Y., July 7, 1847; ^ 

res. 190J. Utica. N. ^'. ; m. S. Mt. Ui)ton, N. Y., Dec. 21, j* 

i860, Julian A., son ul' Jeremiah rmd Content (Alain) Good- \ 

rich. b. S. Xew Berlin. July 30, 1835. d. Angola, N. Y., Apr. 

13. 1900. 

Children, b. S. X'cw Berlin: 

Fred,'" 1). iS6.}; res. \fj02. S. New Berlin. 

Mabel, b. 1869; res. 1902, I'tica, N. Y. 

Maria, b. 1871 ; res. 190J, Cliicago. III. t 

1455. WiLLiA.M Hexkv'' B).\bcock. son of William II. and - 

Penelope P. (Andrews) Babcock (Jabez W., Lodo- > 

wick. lchal)0(l, Ichabod. John, John, James), b. Brooklyn, N. { 

Y., Aug. 3. 1858; res. 1902. 13owners Grove, 111.; m. Den- { 

mark, la.. May 6, 1886. Mary E., dau. of James R. and * 

Frances (Fox) Fayerweather, b. Denmark, Oct. 30, 1859. \ 

Children: T 

Rich.-iid F..'" b. Denmark. June 4. 1887. t 

Dorothy, b. Hinsdale. III.. Jnly Ji. 1889; d. i8(/). ( 

Hem V A., b. Lclianon Sprinj^s, N. Y.. Julv 7, 1891. / 

FredJiiek M., b. Feb. 5. 1898'. ' \ 

1456. Oliver C.° Babcock, son of Alarion F. and Avilda j 

(Babcock) Babcock (Oliver. John. Joseph, Ichabod, 

John, John, James), b. Persia. X. Y., Oct. 15. 1854: res. | 

1900, Cattaraugus. X. Y. ; m. Silver Creek. X'. Y., Mar. 16, j 

1879, Flora, dau. of George and FJiza (Laid) Ccjok. b. Irving, j 

N. Y.. Jan. 25. 1856. 

Children : \ 

OIivc.'° b. Persia. N. Y.. Mar. i;. 18S1. . * 

Waller, b. IVrsia. Nov. 21. 188,^. ' 

C.cor^je. 1>. Persia. June 21. i88('). f 

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1457. IIenkv Ekxi-st'-' I^aucock, m>ii nf llciirv and I^ora 

(Bristi)l) liahcock (Oliver, j«»lm, josepli. Icliahud, 
John, John, James), h. Dakota. Wis.. July _•_'. i8r)j; res. 
1903, Columbus. Xtl). ; m. IJaUle Creek. Midi.. Ueo. 24. i8<S5, 
Jennie Bell, dau. of Alden ;md F.uplunna (Salisbury) Powell, 
I), liattle Creek, Oct. 18, j8^j. 

llenrv I'.abcock is Pre.Hdent and Cieneral Mana.i,^cr of the 
Nebraska Central Irri.^alion Company, Columbus, Xeb. lie 
is by i)rt)fession an attorney at law. 

Ciiildrcn, 1). Ord, Neb., excejjt one: 

Dorn K.,'" 1.. l-ol). (\ 1K87. 

Hcman JC. h. Oct. 11. i.'^"^'^. 

Jolin P., 1). -All?. 19, iHrKJ. 

Fred L.. 1.. Oci. 31. iSmj. ... 

Aldcii P., 1). Dec. S. iS.)5: <1. iSo;. 

William Jiarie, 1). Qiluinlms. Xch.. Dec. I2, lS{>S. 

George Everett, b. Aug. 5. 1901. 

1458. AuTiit'U Ci-Ti-]-oRi)'' \'^i-.\TCH. .son of TIarry and Mary 

Kate (P,abcf)ck) Vealch (Henry. Oliver. Oliver, 
Stei)licn. John. Jolm, James), b. b:\ansville. Ind.. Oct. 17, 
1878; res. 190J. Baton Rouc^e. La.: ni. ICvansville. Apr. 16, 
1902, Caroline Jl., dan. of .Samuel and .\nna Evans, b. Evans- 
villc, Apr. 17, 1870. 

Arthur Veatcli graduated at the Pockport llij.,di School in 
1895. ^^c was a teacher of mathematics in the Pockport Pli'^h 
School from 1896 to 1898. lie was a meml)er of the Indiana 
University Geolo.L;"ical Survey in the summer of 1897. and a 
member of the Cornell Geological Survey, summer of 1898; 
Assistant State (ieolt-»gist of Louisiana. 1898-1900; Assistant 
in charge of areal and topographic geology, Cornell School 
of Field Geology, summer of 1900-1; assistant stratigraphic 
geology, Cornell I'niversity. 1901-2: Consulting (leologist. 
Houston Oil Company of Texas, winter of 1901-2: Professor 
of Geology. Louisiana State L^niversity. and Geologist in 
charge Louisiana Geological Survey, 1902. Publications: 
Proc. Ind. and Science. Journal of Geology. University of 
Chicago; Re|)ort of Louisiana Geological Survey. 

1459. [k.s.sk ]\" B.M'.cocK. son of Hiram anfl .\nn J. (Vcu- 
field) Babcock (Elias, Jeremiah. Chri.-topher. Wil- 
liam, John. John. Jaiucs). b. Nov. 24. 1847; res. 1902. Boon- 
villc, N. Y. ;' m. ^lar. 19, 187^. Anna K. Stimp>on. b. Julv 10, 
1849. 



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Chililien : 

Clinton L.."' h. Au-. u. 1S71. Mc i^ a Piofc-or in Cornell Uni- 
versity, Ithaca. X. \ . ; mini. luoi. 
VtciI J., b. Mar. 20, iSSo; <l. 1SS4. 
IVrlcy S., I). June 10, wSS^. 
llarrv J- 1'. ()^t. 3, i^^^''- 
Jessie I-., b. Mar. I, 1H91. 

14G0. M.MUON ]>iosi:TiiA'' li.MicocK, (lau. of Hciirv 11. and 
]-:ii/.a (Whcclcr) r.aljock (Josinia, Jcrcminh, Chri.slo- 
plicr, William, John, John, James), b. I'clls Millb, X. Y., Nov. 
2S, 1842; res. 1902, Cape Vincent, X. Y. ; m. Walertown. 
N. Y., Oct. 4, 1864, Lloyd, son ol Horace W. and Maria 
(Os.i^-ood) WoodrnlT, 1). \Vatcrto\vn, Oct. 13, 1841. 
Cliildren : 

Marion C." h. Cape Vincent. Inlv .?K. 187.?; res. 1902. 222 8otli 
S., son of Silas and ICIi/.al.eth Ilolonibe. 1). Ouden^buip. Get. 29, 
1869. 
Amelia I'"., b. Waterfnvn. .Apr. 29, iSja: d. iS75- 
Edith Louise, i). Cai.e X'incent, Mar. 24, 1879; res. 1902, Cai)e 
Vincent. 

1461. Stkimih.n^ Hunt, son of James and Phebe C. (Bab- 
cock) Hunt (Stephen, Stephen, Christoi)hcr. William. 

John, John, James), b. Simsbury, Conn.. July 15, i860; m. 
(l) i\fillon, X. Y., Mvia. dau. of P.cnnel and Myra Pixley, b. 
Geneva, X. Y.. no issue; m. (2) Milton, Mary L., dan. of 
Frank and Anuelinc ( Prcmer) Busha, 1). Si. Albans. Canada. 
Children by second marriai^'c: 

Stephen,'" b. X. Hartl'ord. Conn., Oct. 10, 1882. 

Kate M., b. W. Warren. .Ma.-s., .Auc;. 17. 18.^4: d. 1885. 

Mary 1... b. Xnrwieh. Conn., .Apr. o. 1886. 

Bcni'a'.nin, b. IJridireport, Conn., Jan. 5. 1S88. 

Julia M., b. Xorwich, .Apr. 4, 1S92. 

1462. Fri:di:rick ITi:xkv" B.\r,cocK, son of Theodore IT. 
and Xellie L. fdrani^er) P.abcock (Samuel. Samuel. 

Samuel, William. Juhn, John, James), b. Hartford, Conn., 
Mar. 29. 1867; res. i()02, r»66 Carroll Street. Brooklyn. X. 
Y. ; m. Brooklyn, Ai)r. 5, 1893, Mabel Kli/.abeth. dau. of 
James ami b;"dizabeth Lester Hunter Montgomery, b. Brook- 
lyn, 1870. 

Children, b. Br(^>klyn: 

Theodora.'" b. Apr. 18. 1896. 
GordiMi M.. b. Feb. 6, 1898. 



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14G3. TiiKf'i'oKr. Iliui.ia T» r.AiuocK, Jr., son of Theodore 
II. and Nellie L. ((Jraii-er) r.al.eock (Saimiel. Sam- 
uel Samuel, William, lolin, Inlm, James), b. Hartford, 
Conn., Julv 3, 1.S70; res. i(/)J, 70 W. I02d Street, New 
York; m. P.rooklvn, X. V., Sept. 18, 1895. Mar.ii^aret A.e:ncs, 
dan. of Cornelius and Mari^aret (Galwin) JJaly, b. Ml. Kidgc, 
K. v., Apr. iJ. 1868. 

Children, I). New York and Ihooklyn: 

Tln'odoif Ilurllml,'" Jr.. h. I'Vl). 0, iHo?- 
John lUiirv. I). Mar. 5, iS'iS; d. l'"cl>. 2(). i8</). 
CoriK litis R., li. Juiu- I, iS</j; d. Aug. 12, 1900. 
Jessie Maicraivt, li. Jidy i-'. Km. 
Anna M., 1). July .y. ^9<^-- 

1464. Kmklixk Cl-M^;^ r..\i!CocK, dan. of John X. and 
Charlotta 1^ (Ihcmley) I'.abcock (John. John. J.^iah, j. 

Job, Jol), J«)hn. James), b. Xorwieh, Conn., Feb. 22. i8.i_'; ; 

res. 190J. "11330 Lolhair Avenue. Ab^r.G^an Park. 111.; m. Xew I 

Haven. O-nii.! Ai)r. 18. 1864. Clarence E., son of Samuel and | 

Emily (Curtis) Dullon. b. Wallin-fnrd, Conn.. :\Iay 15, 1841. 
He is a retired V. S. Army Major. 
Children, b. Xew Haven: 

Marion •" 1). Juno 24. iR^):;; ni. Wa-liin^ton. D. C. May 16. 1SS6, 
William A. Prime, b. New York City, May 13. 1^6-'; bu.sincss, 
1902, 58 William Street, New York. 

Chirencc }•:., b. Aug. 7, 1S71 ; res. 1902, Englcwood. N. J. 

1465. Rev. Ch.vrlk.s TTr.xRV^ IkVecock, D.D.. son of Henry 

C. and IMarv ]•:. T. (Wells) Bahcock (John, John. Jo- 
siah, Job, Job, John. James), b. Xew Haven. Conn.. Jidy 3, 
1845; res. 1902, Providence. K. 1.; m. (i) Xew Haven, 
Oct.' 5. i^(^S' Emilv Chaiuiccy (Goodrich) :Mead, dan. of Rev. ; 

Darius and Emily (Chauncey) Goodrich, b. Greenwich. 
Conn.. 1842. d. Columbus. O.. May. 1880: m. (2) Columbus. 
Sept. 20. 1886. IMrs. Tsal)clle (Wood) Brown, d. Xew York 
City, Feb. 2, 1899. 1 

Children: ••- 

Marvraret Cliauncev.'" b. Brooklyn. N. Y.. Dec. 2. 1866; rc<= 1002. 

G<.Unnl)u.'^. C). ; m. Columbu-. .\pr. 26. 1SS8. deorgc B. M'-'iiv- 

peuy Cbil'lren. b. Columbu^ : Brunson." b. Aug. 10. 1S92 ; W \\- 

liam M.. b. Nov. 18. iP.Q-4. ^ „^ 

Worlbington EIv.'^ b. BmokUn. Mar. \(y 1S69; res. Tf)02. Cnlnm- 

bn<; O • m. Columlnis. Nov. 22. tSo-S. Kate. dau. ot Willi.un K. 

and' Adaline >r. f.Nver.) l\-bler. 1). C(.!umlui<. Oct. 2S. 1S76. 

Cbild: Georce Na^b.". b. 0.1unil)U-=. Apr. 22. looi. 
Diaries lUnrv.'" b. Flusbing. N. Y.. Dec. 30. 1S71 : res. 1902. F.a>t 

Orange N'T" m. Delaware, ().. Mav 30. 1804. KIcanor A., dau. 



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of JaiiKs W. aiul Lillian L. XiKluiiiKak-, h. Dubiiqiic, la., Oct. 26, 
1870. Cliilthfii: l-Ithil." li. \\'aNliiiit;lun, i). C, -Nlar. 20, 1895, 
and Knnly, I). New York, Oct. 28, 1898. 

1466. Marv I'L.milv" Baucock, daii. of Jlcnry C. aiul Mary 

E. (Well.s) r.abcock- (Juhii, John, Josiah. Job, Job, 
John, James), b. Xcw Haven, Conn., Apr. 15, 1S55; res. 
1902, New Haven; ni. Xew Haven, Oct. 29. iS<;o, .\lberl L., 
son of l.ennon and Sarab Xorlbiip, b. Trumbull, Conn., Oct. 
29, 1857. 
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Sarali l£>llicr," h. Xew Haven, Dec. 28, l8yl. 

1467. Hkxrv X.NSii'' Bahcock. son of Tbeodore and Eliza- 
beth (Xasb) Babcock (Deodatus, John, Jo.^iab. Job, * 

Job, John, James), b. T.allston .S])a, Dec. 20, 1850; res. 1902, I 

J'elham Manor, X. \'.\ m. Xcw London, Conn., Oct. 7, i(SS4, ' 

Charlotte Morgan, dan. of J^noch and Sarah (Allen) Stod- i 

dard, b. Xcw London, Mar. 2. 1S58. I 

Children : f 

Sarah,"* b. New London, Sept. 27. 1886; d. Yonker.s, Mar. 18, 1887. \ 

Theodore Stoddard. 1). I-\h. 26, 1888. / 

Henry Stoddard, 1). Dec. 15. igoo. • | 

1468. Lalk.v S.'-^ B.vbcock. dan. of Samuel and Emily | 

(Frink) Babcock (Samuel, Simeon, Simeon, Samuel, 

Job, John, James), b. Dundee, Mich.. July 11. 1842; res. \ 

1902, Iowa Falls, la.; m. ( i) Berlin, la., Se])t. 17, 1864, Wil- : 

liaiu P., son of John Simpson, b. Daleville. ind., July 5. 1843. ( 

d. Iowa Falls; m. (2) Dec. 11, 1880, Jesse B. Knight, b. ^ 

Marion. Ind.. June 21. 1834. i 

Children, b. Berlin : I 

Emma J.,'" 1). Oct. 9. 1865; res. 1902, Ingersoll, Okla. ; m. Charles , 

Madden. » 

laphene. h. Oct. 30. 1867: res. 1902. Ikevillc, La.; m. Eldora, la., ) 

Elmer Y... son of Wheeler Davis. i 

Mahala. h. .Aur. 31, 1869; d. 1869. \ 

Mary D.. h. ALar. 2. 1873; res. 1002, Iowa Falls, la.; m. Mar. i". ; 

189S, Ore B., son of Jonathan Tocr. b. Nov. 7, 1867. * 

Eva. b. Dec. 29. 1874; d. 1875. 

Bert. b. Jan. 2. 1876: res. i(XD2. Iowa Falls; unni. 
Bessie B.. b. Dec. 29. 1878; res. 1902, Iowa Falls, la.; m. Iowa 

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Children by second marria<j;-e: 

Miimie M.. b. Sii>t. i). 1881 ; re-<. \()02. Hul)b;iril In.; ni. Eldora. 

Dec. 18. 1901, S.imuel, son c»f .Andrew Mo-sman. 
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1469. Lincoln" Baucuck, son of Samuel and Emily 

(Frink) BabcocU (Samuel, Simeon, Sime«jn, Samuel, 
Job, John, James), h. Kldora. la.. Auj;. 2J, 1858; d. iierlin, 
la., Feb. 19> 1898; m. luua J-'alls, la., Feb. 3. )!<8o. JCffie F., 
dau. of Richard and Eli/.aljclh Lackey, b. MarieUa. la., Sept. 
12, 1858. She m. (2) Alfred Fierce; res. 19O-', Iowa I'alls. 
Children, b. Berlin : 

Florence M.,*" b. Sept. 4, 1S.S1 ; ns. i<wj, Owasco, I.i. ; in. Eldora, 

Dec. 4, 1900, George 15;iU!;Iinian 
EiiRene L., I). Jan. 3, icSJ<4. 
Ethel iM., b. Jimc 13, 1886. 

1470. Sheridan" Bahcock, son of Samuel and Fmily 

(Frink) Babcock (Samuel, Simeon. Simenn, Samuel, 

Job, John, James), b. Fldora, la.. May 7, i^Gj; res. \()02, 

Owasco, L'l. ; m. Sept. 6, 1886, JMiima L.. dau. of William 

and Hannah (Luccke) Wehrman. lie is a machinist. 

Children : 

Donald S..'" b. July 22, 1887. 
Lloyd L.. 1). July 5, uSSq. 
Lulu May, b. Jan. 3. 1892. 
Lcona ThanUful, b. Nov. 30, 1803. 
Merlin ^L^x\vcll, b. June 24. i8<)7. 
Ila L., b. Owasco, Oct. 5. IQ02. 

1471. Stki'Iikx Kdwjn" P>.\r.cocK, son of TTcnry C. and 
lanthc C. (Tlurlbut) r»al)cock (Samuel. Simeon, 

Simeon, Samuel, Job, John, James), b. Milwaukee, Wis., Feb. 

4, 1854; res. 1902, South Bend, Ind. ; m. Lincoln, Xcb.. ]\Liy 

5. 1880, Ava, dau. of Daniel W. and I\Iary Ann (Xeff) Kauf- 
man, b. Keosauciua. Li.. r^lar. 16, 1854. 

In early manhood ^Iv. Babcock was employed in Milwau- 
kee and Chicago ; later \\as in business with his father at 
Lincoln. Neb. In 1880 he was in the railroad business at 
Denver, Colo. ; later was connected with the Pueblo Smelting 
and Refmingf Comjxany. In 1889 he entered the employ of 
Studebaker Manufacturing Company, at South Bend., Ind.. 
and still (1903) holds a responsible and important position 
with said comi^any. 

Children: 

Lillian Gertrude." b. Denver. May 2. 18S3; d. South Bond, Ind.. 

Apr. 21, 1800. 
Mildred I'thel. b. South P.entl. .\up. 30. 1891. 
Marion Ava. b. South Bend. July 16. 1895. 

1472. Janic M." Sawvf.r. dau. of John and Olive (Babcock) 

Sawyer (Simec)U, Slmcc>n, Simeon. Samuel, Job. 



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John, James), b. Aul;". 13, 1S34; res. 1902, Ifeuilt, Minn.; [ 

111. (j) Gaines, I'a., May 4. 1S31. '\\ S. Ijoyd. b. Aiuluver, ^ 

N. v., Nov. 29, 1829; (1. l\-b. 1. i<^()j; 111. (2) July 7, 1867, ' 

Joel Dickens, d. 1S99; m. (_^ ) (iaiiies, June 30, 1901, George \ 

M. ]3ininiick, b. Oct. 17, iS_'4. < 

Children l)y llrst marriage: 1 

liirain \V'.,"' h. .Apr. 30, 1S53; res. 1902, Hewitt; in. I'.inina E. | 

Wct.stcr. ». 

Marv -M., 1». .Apr. _'S. i^=;5; rc.-^. 1902, Ord, Xcb. ; m. 1S70. Jaiul) | 

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Hliza J., b. May 1, 1S57; res. 1902, North Loup, Xcl). ; in. Wells. 

Dec. 3, J874, Ilarri M.n Davis. 
John S., I). May 2^, 1859; d. Becker, Minn.. 1896; ni. iSScj. I'hila *^ 

Mclntie. 
Thcron, b. Jan. j:j[, 1862; res. 1902, Union, Ore. 

Children by second marriage: * 

Nettie, b. Juno 18, 1870; re>. 1902, Hewitt; m. E. T. RusseK 
Addic, b. Sept. 28, 1872; ni. .\lbert Campbell; res. 1902, Wrights. 

Minn. *. 

Maggie E., b. Nov. 29, 1875; res. 1902, Hewitt; ni. A. O. Russel. * 

1473. \'ioLA O." Barcock, dan. of Simeon and Sarah J. ( 

(Gower) Ijabcock (Simeon, Simeon, Simeon, Samuel. .' 

Job, John, James), b. Sal)insvillc, Pa., Dec. 30, 1851; res. | 

1902, Wells, IMinn. ; m. Wells, Aug. 11, 1875, Phineas \l., \ 

son of Luzcrn and llannali ( Platncr) Tavlor, b. Apr. 2, 18^8. | 

Children, b. Wells: ~ ' ^ ' 

Frank P..*" b. May 19. 1876; res. 1902, Blaine. Wash. ■ 1 

Leona M., b. Feb. i, 1878; res. 1902, Minnesota Lake, Minn. / 

Hazel A., b. Apr. 19, 1883. [ 

Phineas R., b. Pel), i, 1895. ^ 

1474. Susie E.^ Babcock. dau. of Simeon and Sarah J. » 

(Gower) Babcock (Simeon. Simeon, Simeon, Samuel. 

Job. John, James), b. Tioga County, l\a.. July 20, 1856; res. '' 

Aldcn, Minn.; m. Wells, Minn., Nov. 30. 1881, Theodore J., » 
son of Carlos C. and Lcmira Barton, b. St. Albans, Vt., Julv 

16. 1855. ' f 

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Harriet S..'" b. Wells. Oct. 2'.. 1883. 

Louis L.. b. Apr. 20. 1888. ■ 

Sidney S., b. May 17. 1806. 

Ccdris C, b. Oct. 29. 1899. 

1475. Wii-Mi:xi.\ .\.'' r..\p.r(>(K. dau. of 1-jins and .\bbv J. 

(Iluyler) l')abc<)ck (Simeon. Simeon. Simeon. Sam- 
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res. 1902, St. CloiuJ, Minn.; ni. Kcjcljcstcr, Minn., Apr. 20, | 
1867, James P., son of Cyrns and l-21i/.a ('riionipbonj Webster, : 

b. Boston, O., Sept. i, 1837. 
Chikben: 

Gcurgo r,.,'" b. Rt>clKbtcr. iJcc. 22, 1870; res. 1902, St. Cloud. .\Iimi. ; j 

111. Montevideo, Minn , .\y\v,. 2, iS<;4, L»<a (J., dan. of All)crl and j 

IIcslLT (Prusscr) SlKplK-rd, ]>. Proton. Minn.. .\pr. 9, 1S75. j 

Cora May, 1). l^oclicstcr, Jan. .». 1S75; res. 1902, W'cb^lcr, S. D. ; j 

m. MonlcviiUo, Oct. 25. iS</), \Vill)iT L., son ot Dwight and I 

Mary (Barki-r) Dow. h. Crc.sco, la., June 27, 1870. I 

Clara J., 1). Roclicslcr, Apr. 29, 1S7X; res. 1902, St. Cloud; m. St. j 

Cloutl, Mar. 23, 1901, John, son of Gtorge and Sarah Palmer ; 
Bower, 1). Hoopstown, III.. .Xu!:;. 24, 1875. 

Earl J., b. l-\b. 2(>, 188.}; res. 1902, St. Cloud. 

1476. Cl.\u.\ a.-' i;.\r.cocK, ilaii. of Enos and Abby J. (Hm- 
Icr) Babcock (Simeon. Simeon, Simeon, Samuel, Job, 

John, James), b. Kochesler, Minn., July 26, 1S56; res. 1902, 
Rochester; m. Kochesler. May _>(•. 1877, Lucius, son of \Vil- 
lard and Louisa (Marsh) Bell, b. St. Lawrence, N. Y., Jan. 
II, 1845. 

Children, 1). and res. Rochester: 

Inez M.," b. Aug. is. 1879: ni. Oct.. 1895, Joseph Bandel. 
Ethel, b. Oct. 25. 1S81. 
Winifred, b. June 4. 1884. 
Eva Maud, b. Oct. C. 1886. 
Anna, b. June 21, 1888. 

1477. Oscar C.° W'arrex, son of Anson and Sally (Bab- 
cock) Warren (Simeon, Simeon, Simeon, Samuel, 

Job, John, James), b. Tioi^a County, Pa., Oct. i, 1S50; res. 

1902, Dexter. Minn.; m. Minnesota, Jan. i, 1879, Ida L.. dan. 

of G. W. and ^Liry (Hughes) Hartwell, b. Dodge County, ; 

Wis., Oct. I, 1859. , ^ , 

Child: I 

Clara Bell.'" b. Dexter, Nov. i8, 1879; res. 1902, Dexter; m. Dcx- ; 

ter, 1896, B. E. Warn. j 

1478. Vernox E.^ RAncocK, son of Andrew and Lantha A. 

(Carriel) Babcock (Stephen, Simeon, Simeon, Sam- 
uel, Job, John. James), b. Oct. 8. 1852; res. 1902. Savonbin-g, 
Kan.; m. Hubbard, la.. Sept. 8. i88r. .Anna Hunter, b. Illi- 
nois. X(.n-. 29, 1854. ' 
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Carricl II., b. EKlora, la., Nov. lo. 1S91. 
Vciiion E., b. Hubbard, Dtc. 14. \^)},. 
iJora G., b. Iliibbaicl, Mar. 2j, 18(^3. 

1479. Otis IIlxt'' JVm-.cociv, sou of Bnel H. and Crissy 
J. (Decker) liabcoek (William, Simeon, Simeon, 

SiUHucl, ]oh, John, James). I). Tainted Post, N. V.. Gel. 31, 
1851; res. 190J, (Irand Rapids. Mich.; \\\. Gr;ind Jvapids, 
Get, 7, 1875, Susan ]]., dau. of .\lexander and Sitsrtn (Cros- 
by) ]'>lake, b. Me(bna, Sept. 7, i85(j. 

Otis II. is a J>anker, havin^,^ been in the business fifteen 
years. 

Children : 

Mary L.,'" b. .Aug. 28, 1S78; res. 1902, Grand Rapids, 
luigonia. b. J)(.c. 6. 1S80; res. 1902, Grand Rapids. 

1480. Ji)A Jank'-' I'..\1!C()ck. dau. of Duel II. and Crissy 
(Decker) liabcock (William. Simeon, .Simeon, Sam- 
uel, Job, Jt)hn, James), b. (irand Uapids, Mich., Sept. 2^), 
1857; res. W. Bay City, Mich. ; m. Perry, Mich., Feb. 7, 1880, 
Frank Ferris, son of Isaac and Polly J3. Cole, b. Hinsdale, 
Mich., May 22, 1855. 

Children: 

Ella Mav," b. Lansinir. Micb.. Nov. 6. 1S80; unm. 

Myra Mitchell, b. Hitisdalo. Apr. i. 18.S5. 

Fred Isaac, b. W. I'.av Cily, Midi.. Pel). 1, 1K86: d. 1886. ! 

Arlliur P.url, b. \V. I'.ay Citv. Mav ^o, 1887. ' 

Rav JrviiiK. b. W. Bav Citv. Nov. 2(\ 1880. ' « 

Clarence, b. W. Bay City, .May 3, 189.?; d. 1893. , 

Guy W'endall, b. \V. Bay City. l^Iay 2\, 1901. 1 

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1481. Marvett'^ B.mjcock, dau. of James R. and Ruth |" 

(Phillips) Babc(^ck (James, Christopher, Christo])her. ' { 

Georp^e, George, John, James), b. Ilornellsville. X. V.. Nov. • 

2y, 1841 ; res. 1902. Stephens Mills. N. Y. ; m. Cohocton. '■ - < 

X. Y., Dec. I, 1859. John M., son of John and Catherine (Mc- ' ' » 

Kenzie) Kellcy, b. Dansville. X. Y.. Se])t. 1. 1836. j 

Children, first b. W'ayland, X. Y.. others I^-emont, X". \.: ♦ 

Scott L.." b. Jan. 9, 1861 ; res. 1002, Niagara Falls. N. V. ; m. Dec. I 

15, 1886, Maggie L. Canipi)ell. b. Dansville. 
IJbl)ie M.. b. .May 6. l8()3 : res. \iyo2. Stephens Mills. X. V.; ni. '. 

Fremont. N. V.. Sanuiel B. Ilendce, b. Fremont. ^ 

Cora K.. b. July 23. i«%<>: d. 1871. ( 

Mcritt ]i., b. Nlay 31, 1868: res. 1902, Stephens Mills; m. Fre- i 

nionf, Nov. 10. 1891, Olive Welch. < 

Myron J., b. May 31. 1868; res. uyo2, Canisieo, N. Y. ; m. Nov. 24. 

1889. Leon.i ()-l)orn. | 

Archie, b. May r.j. 1S74; res. 1902, Stephens Mills; ni. Mar. 15. 

1899, Lizzie McClesey. 



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1482. Haki<ii:t 1'ka.\ci:.s''' I'.aihock. dau. of jaiinjs K. and 

Ruth (I'liillij).s) ]Jal)C()ck (James, Lliri.^tuphcr, 
CliristophcT, Cicor<4C, CJcorge, John. James), b. lkjrnclls\ lUe, 
N. Y., Apr. 5, i«^44; res. 1902, \.\.\^ .Ahhott koad, Buffalo, 
N. Y. ; 111. CanaseraL;a, X. Y., Aui;. 14, iSf)6, Carlos G., son 
of Daniel and j.ouisa (Ualdwin) Lowell, h. Xunda, X. V., 
Au^'. 21, 1840. lie is ;i Methodist minister. 
Children : 

1498 Edward L.,'" b. ; ni. (i) JMiiluiiula L(jucll; m. (2) Lcni.-i 

Kimball. 

Wiiliaiii ]).. b. F.roukfald, I'a.; res. 1902, Ruffab^. 

Bcrlba M., b. Dalton. N. \.\ res. 1902, 14M5 Ablx.tt Kuad. Buf- 
falo; m. .Angelica. X. \'., Aug. -'9, 1S94, Cliarlcs W. Lc\vi.<. 

Julian, I). C.'umroii, N. W; res. 1002, 19 i-j .Ariictl Street, Rocbe->- 
ter, N. \.\ 111. iS<»<j. l.avinda I'.utls. 

Rutii A., b. Wliitesvillc. N. Y. ; res. i()02. IV-rry. N. Y. ; in. Aug. 
29, 1894, .Myron H. Luce. d. Perry, Dec. .^o, 1900. 

Carlos I'"., b. Naples, N. Y. ; res. i<)0-. Buffalo. 

Harrielte, b. Caiiisteo; res. i<jo2, Buffalo. 

1483. William Wasiii.xgtox'' P,.\i;cock, son of James R. 

and Rulh (Phillips) liabcuck (James, Christoi)her. 
Christopher, George, George. John. James), b. Fremont, X\ 
Y., May 21, 1849; res. 1902. liornellsville, X. Y. ; m. Fre- 
mont, Dec. 29, 1870, Ilarrict E., dau. of Adam and Elizabeth 
ITelmer, b. Fremont, iMay 14, 1853. 
Children, b. Fremont: 

Hcnnionc R.,'" b. Dec. 25, 1871 ; d. l'""reinont, Jan. 24, 1880. 
Claude F., b. Oct. 16, 1875; res. icpj. Iloriullsville. 
Lcla M., b. Nov. 28, 1879; res. 1902, liornellsville. 

1484. MvRA D.*^ liAiiCocK, dau. of Philip Eugene and Polly 
S. (Parish) liabcock rOliver. Henry, i)avid. EzckicJ, 

Robert, John, James), b. Ricliland. X. ^'.. Oct. 21. 1834; res. 
Jan., 1901, Xew Centerville, .\. Y. ; m. Adams, X. Y., July 10, 
^^77^ John, son of Ed. and Sally (Pjarden) Pickett, b. Leroy, 
N. Y.,'Aug. 5, 1848. 

Children, b. Xew Centerville: 

George,'" b. Oct. 10. 1S7S: ni. Alim.ir. X. Y.. Jan. i. 1.899. Lena. 

dau. of Harvey and ICllen (Jone^) Wriglit. b. Piila^ki. X. Y, May 

4, 1877. Both res. Jan., ux)i. Xew Centerville. 
Charles, b. Aug. 8, iS.'^2; d. Xew Centerville, Mar. 14, 1896. 
Jennie, b. .Vng. 16. i8.'^4. 
Leata, b. Oct. 10. 1S87. 
Deforest, b. Sept. 23. i8«)i. 

1485. Lucy" Stait. dau. of W'yatt and IVrsis (Weld) P.:ib- 
cock Stapp (Elij.-ih, J.ames, Jeremiah, Simeon, Oli- 



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vcr, Julin, James), 1j. .M(jiinn.iitli, 111., Juno 3. iXj^; res. 190J, 
Moiiniuiitli ; m. Muiiiiioulh. Oct. 3. 1805, Jame^ 11.. son uf 
William and Margaret (Black) Clark, I). Monnioiitli, Jan. 10, 
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C'liildren, h. Monnioutli : 

Guy S.,'" b. 1866; res. ioo_>, Muniuuiitli ; in. 1891, Sar;ih I'lcliarty. 

],cigli, I). Sept. 2S. i8()8; rc^. 190-'. Moninomli; mini. 

kva, I). July ^, 1871; res. 190-', Mnlinc, III.; in. Nov. 4, 1S96, 

Charles H. Wliite. , 

Grace, h. June 21. 1874: res. igoj, .Moiiinoutli ; ni. Dec. 6, i8t;8, J 

James W. Scott, h. Monmouth. \ 

Dell.i, I). I'eli. J6, 1877; res. kjoj, Momnouth ; m. .NTar. 14, 1899, . 

W. Clyde Berry. 4 

148G. ]uA Julian^ lixHCOCK. son of Joseph J. and Sarah C. | 

(Hnrwcll) Babcock (Oliver. Oliver. Oliver, Oliver, i 

Oliver, John, James), h. Jay. .V. \'.. Sept. \(\ i85(); res. 1902, | 

895 W. Jackson Boulevard. Chicai.;o. 111.; m. Tarrx town. X. . \ 

Y., May 15. 1889, Isahelle. dau. oi" Joseph antl Helen J. Woof, \ 

b. Appleby, l*'ngland, Dec. 22, 1864. . I 

Children: ' i 

Alice," b. New York City, .Xut:. -7. i8yo. \ 

Florence, b. New ^'ork Ciiv. .Apr. 10. 1893. - ' , - . t 

Stella, b. New York Citv. Feb. 17. 1805. " • 1 

Fillic. b. Brooklyn. N. Y.. Dec. 17. 1898. \ 

Sarah, b. Woodbine, N. J.. May 10, 1900. ' 

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1487. AuGi'STUs DwiGiiT^ B.M'.cocK. son of Aug-ustus D. and ^ 
Abigail (Tlift) Babcock CXathan. I'eleg. Teleg. Oli- j 

ver, Oliver, John. James), b. Rensselaer. Ind., Sept. 28, 1852: i 

res. 1902, Goodland, Ind.; m. (I(X»(lland, Jnly 5. 1888. Mas:- ■' V 

gie A., dau. of James and Lydia (llazenbuck) Watt. b. Illi- ■ 

nois, Dec. 8, 1860. ! 

Children: - " 

James E..'" b. Benton. Ind.. June 2. 1889. ' 

Fuel la F.. b. . I 

AuRusius I")., b. Feb. 2. t8<)8. i 

Charles 1).. b. July 16. 1899. .. \ 

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ICllen A. (T'abcfick) Saunders ( f^ukc. Solomon. Pe- ^ 

leg. Oliver, 01i\er. John. James), b. Milton. Wi<.. l^eb. 15, 
1857; res. 1902, D<Mlge Center. Minn.; m. Dodge Center, 
Mar. 2r. 1877. Kdward'l.. Kllis. 
Children: 

ITattic," b. D.nl-e Center. May to. 1.^78; d. 1878. 

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Center; ni. Au^., 1901. Sliil<ili. N. J., JMicIjc I1avi>. He grad- 
uated at Alfred L'niversitv, X. \.. June, i<j«i. 
Hattif B., 1). Asliland, May 'j«,), iSSy. 

1489. I.VDIA J..-' ]').\i!0)CK, (lau. of Oscar A. and T.aiirotlc 

(Mallhy) IJabcocIc (Luke, Solomon, JV-lc-, Oliver, 
Oliver, John, James), b. Homer, N. \., ]""eb. <;, iNhj; res. 
1902, Homer; ni. Jlomer, Aul;. 17. i^^/, Cliauiuey I'aker. 
Children, b. Homer : 

Lois II.,'" 1). Jan. >'9. 1890. 
Norenc Laura. I). Sej)t. i, 1891. 
Ila/cl A., I>. Oct. ^M, iS<;.j. 

Valentine O., \k June 4, iHijt). ' • . 

1490. ]h:Nj.\.Mi.\ ]'k.\.\ki.i\'*^ Gki-:enm.\x, son of James 
A. 1\. and ]\inny M. (Babc(;ck') (ireenman (Teleii^, 

I'deg. .\bcl, James, James, James, John, James), b. llebron, 
Pa., Feb. 23, 1851; res. i^O-. b'ldred, I'a. ; m. Lincklacn 
Ccjiter, X. Y., Apr. 25, i^yj, ICmily, dau. of Riley I'reslon, 
b. Lincklaen, Mar. 27, 1845. 
Children : 

Georgia," h. Eldred. Apr. 25, 1879; d. 18S0. 
James, h. Hebron. Sipl. i8. iy<So; res. 1902, Eldred. 
Elsie, 1). AL'ir. 19, I1SS3. 
Cecil, b. Sept. 12, 1884. 

1491. D.\nii:l \\'i:ll.s^" P. ahcock, son of Elnathan W. and 

Eva (Harter) I^.abcrKk ( Pele-, l\de- Abel, James, 
James, James, John, James), b. Dansville, X. Y., May 18, 
]86-|; res. 1902, Berlin, Aid.; m. IVrry, X. Y., Mar. 14, 
1888, Julia F., dau. of Charles W'estlake'. b. Batavia, X. Y., 
Mar. 31, 1863, d. Berlin, Mar. i, 1901. 
Children : 

Gordon S.," b. Dansville. Feb. 28, 1889; d. 1889. r- 
Ramond S., b. May 17. 1890; d. 1893. ,, _ 

Mildred, b. Aug. 8. 1891. ' ' 

Rutli M.. b. Jan. 18, 1893. -• ^1^' 

diaries E., b. Perry, June 18, 1894. i , K- 

Ivlim^nd L., b. Cromwell, Conn., July 29, 1895. 

Harold W.. b. Cromwell. .\u^. 30. i8c/). 

Helen, b. Cromwell. Mav iS. i8o<7; d. 1900. 
Julia E., b. Cromwell. Feb. 26, 1901 ; d. 1901. 

1492. Mixxii-: Eliz.np.ktiP" Bahcock. dau. of John W. and 
Julia .\. (Sherman) Babcock (William. T^Iulford, 

Abel. James. James. James. John. James), b. Little Mountain. 
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()., ])cc'. 29, 1878, Adaiii M., son of Hamilton Carver, b. 
W'c'llinj^ton, O., Mar. 23, 1859. 

Children, first b. Owosso, Mich., others at i.itlle Mountain: 

Harry \V.," b. Jan. i, i88_'. 
Hoy Jl., b. .May l_', 1885. 
Florence T., b. May 23. itV8. 
Forest M., b. June 2, \^):\. 
Inna (I., b. l-eb. 20, 1X97. 
WalcN, b. May 18, 1901. 

1493. J.ANDV Uiiut'" l^AittocK. son of Orlando and Candis 
J.. (Taylor) Bahcock ( Jvusscl, Avery, Clersham, Oli- 
ver, James. James, John, Jamesj, b. Sept. 21, 18^)7; res. 1902, 
Waverly, la.; m. Jnne 30, 1888, Matilda Myers. 

Children, h. Waverly : 

Mary May." 1). May 16, i8yo. 
Lydin, b. l-'eb. 13, i<S()_'. 
Grace, b. Nov. 6. 1H03. 
Howard, b. Sept. 25, iiS95. 

1494. Cakkie E. p.'" Novks, dau. of Capl. Charles and Mary 

(Lan^worthy) Noyes. of Jjenjamin and I-^liza (Irish) 
Pangworthy, t)f Ceor^e and lietsy (Babcock) Irish (Daniel, 
Oliver, James, James, John, James), 1). Alfred, X. Y., Mar. 
25, 1865; m. Stoninglon, Conn., Feb. 8, 1883, Capt. Charles 
E., son of Capt. Joe B. and ]\Iary (Hallock) Nichols, b. James- 
port, E. I., Aul;-. 13. 1865. , , 
Children : 

Joseph B.,'' b. Jersey City. X. J.. May 3. i8S.|. 

Jennie li., h. Stonincjlon. Julv 17, 1885; d. Stoningtnn, June n, 

1886. 
Juniata, b. Jersey City. Dec. 16, 1886. 
Cliarles 1^., b. Jersey City, Apr. 28. 1891. 
Gladys M., b. Jersey City, Feb. 28, 1895. 

1495. A\'alter C.^*^ Babcock, son of James F. and Mary P. 

(Crosby) Babcock (Archibald, Archib.ild. Timothy, 
Timothy, James, James, John, James), b. Boston, Mass., Aug". 
16, 1870; res. 1902, West Point. X. Y. ; m. Mar. 12, 1896, 
Mary A., dau. of Gen. R. F. Bernard, U. .S. Armv, b. Mar, iS, 

1875- 

Mr. Babcock entered the United States Militarv .Academy 
at West Point, June 15. 1889; graduated Jinic. 1893, after 
which be was elected to ilie ])osition of Instructor in Draw- 
ing;; also appointed Second Eieutenant in the United States 
Cavalry; Mar, 2, 1899, was promoted to I^rst Eieutenant in 
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Child: 

Ellis B.," I). June 2j, 1897. 

1496. Anxji: ]..'" Jjaikock. daii. of Charles II. and Ahbic 

(Hinckley) Babcock (Charles, Harry, licnry, James, 
Daniel, James, John, James), b. StoniiiL^ton, Conn., May 23. 
1865; res. 190J, Norwich, Conn.; ni. Stonin.i;ton, Nov. 2.4, 
1887, Dr^ John II., son of Charles and Abbie J. (Dyer) El- 
dred, b. Sept. 6, 1862. 
Children, b. Norwich ; 

Kayiiioiul ]^," I). \\-h. n, iK8f). 
Kdilh Camilla, li. l-Vh. jj?. iS(;i. 
Roger Mortiilur, h. I'-cl). 13. 1804. 
Beatrice lliiu-klcy, b. Oct. ij, 1895. 
Jessica ])ycr, b. Jan. 4, 1899. 

1497. Anam 1m<i;i)i:ki(ka'" I'.aih.-ock. dau. (jf De Ciraiid 1). 
and Harriet (Alonkhouse) Babcock (Albert, |oslnia. 

Joseph, Ichabod, Ichabod. John, John, James), b. ^iillijort. 
N. Y., Sei)t. 9, 1S69; res. 1903. 136 S. Fitzhugh Street, 
Rochester, N. Y. ; m. Rochester, Oct. 15, 1809. ' Frederick 
William, son of Artliur G. and Virginia (llolden) Yates, b. 
Rochester, Sept. 7, 1S6S. 
Children, b. Rochester: 

Arthur," b. Oct. 9, 1894. 
■> Frederick L., b. Mar. 21, 1896. ^, ^ 

John Ilowland. b. July 21, 1901. ' ' • 

1498. Edward Y }"" Lowmli.. son of Carlos G. and Harriet 
F. (Babcock) Eowell (James, James. Christopher. 

George, George. John, James), b. Brookfield. Pn. ; res. 1902. 
4 Birch Street. Buffalo, N. Y. ; m. fi) Boston, Mass.. Afar. 
17, 1891, Philomela, dau. of Daniel Lowell, b. Boston, d. Bos- 
ton. Dec. I, 1891 ; m. (2) Perry. X. Y.. June 16, 1897. Leona. 
dau. of L. and Mary (Gardner) Kimball, b. Gainesville, N. Y. 
Children : 

Dorothy.'* 1). Boston. Jan. 18, 1899. 
Grace, b. Buffalo, Nov. 18. 1900. 

771a. John'* Bahcock. son of Nathaniel and Sallv (Bliven) 
Babcock (l^ciiben. Nathaniel. |.anies, James. John. 
James), b. Pocstenkill, N. Y.. Feb. 2. "1821; d. Petersburg! 
N. Y., Oct. 15. 1897: m. licrlin. N. Y.. Lucv L.. dau. nf 
Rufus and Polly (Maxson) Austin, b. Berlin, Jan. 11, 1821; 
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Children, all b. Pucslcnkill : 

Austin,"' b. June J.i, 1S45; res. lyo.?, Wyoming, III.; ni. 1867, Alice 

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r'.unicc A., li. Ni)v. 15, 1S.46; res. 190.?, Peltr^l)ur^;. X. ^'. ; m. . 

i'ofstcnkill. -Mar. _'f). iS6.}, Milvin iJ., son of John and Amy * 

(Hakes) Cluircli, I). reler>l)ur^(, June 4, iS^i. .\ 

Thalia A., b. Feb. 5, 1S51; cl. IJerlin, June 19. lH<jt ; ni. Poesten- ' 

kill, Au^,'. 17. 187,5, Byron W., son of IJarius and Jane (Maine) i 

Jones, b. Berlin ; res. KX).^, Kayinerton, N. Y. I 

Maria P., b. Mar. 2$, i.S5_'; res. 1903, Berlin; ni. Poe>lenkill, \, 

Nov. 25, iiS7.i, Joseph L. Morion, d. Santllake, June 14. iSSj. . 

Sarah, b. June 19. 1X54; re>. 1903. Petersburg; ni. I'etersburg, I 

Mar. 20, 1S79, James IC. Steele, b. Petersburg. \ 

Kufus J., b. Oct. 12, 1S5S; d. I'oestcnkill. Feb. 5. wS^V). » 

Laura J., b. I\b. 13, T.%0; res. i()03. Buffalo. N. Y. ; m. Poeslen- ♦♦ 

kill, Aug. II, ivSSj, Jacob Ladrick, b. I'oestenkill. t 

Klylie 1-., b. June 2(). iS6(); res. i<x>3. Berlin; ni. (iraflon. X. Y., , 

Oct. 20, i8S(). Calvin, son of Perry and .Maria (Eldredge) Ma.\- j 

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While the i)rni;ciiili)is of Amos IJabojck caiinot be traced ; 

with certainty, there seems no doubt that he descended from • 

James Jiabcock. b. iC)1J. | 

Amos Dai!cock, b. Ai)r. j8, 1767; d. Petersburg-, N. Y., ^ 

Aug-. 16, 1846; m. Mary Reynolds, b. Ai)r. 23, 1774. d. Peters- ' 

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Children: ( 

Harriet, b. May 31, 1799. j 

Susan, b. May "12, iMoi ; d. Apr. 2, 1S6S. J 

Justus, b. Sept. I. 1S02; d. Sept. I, 1802. ' 

Mary Ann. b. Oct. 9, 1804. j^ 
Amanda M.. b. May 15, iSc/i; d. ^far. 12. 1836. 

Matilda, b. May 28. 1S07; d. Jtme i^. 1810. v 

l\->irc, 1). July 7, 1808: d. July 21. 1808. ' f 

So|)hia, b. .Auix. 9. 1809. » 

Julia, b. Feb.^9. 181 r. ' \ 

Welcnnic A., b. Apr. 3. 1813. ■' .- ■' | 

Rosalinda, b. Tan. 7. 181;. 

Zachias R., b." Sept. 18. 1816. $ 

Lcland Almanzo. b. .-\pr. 29. 181S; m. (i) Elizabeth L. James; ^ 
m. (2) Margaret V.. P.echtol. 

LEi..\Nn Ai.M.\x7'> r).\uc(^CK. M.D.. son of Amos r>abcock, [ 
I). Petersburi;. X. ^'.. Apr. 20. 1818: d. Chicago. Xov. 28. 

1893: m. (i) C..^-;hen. Mass.. Xov. 28. 1838, Elizabeth Ly- \ 
man, dau. oi Malachi and Kli/.abeth (Pvman) James, b. > 






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llic Babcock Cciu'ulogy. $37 

Goshen, Nov. 24, 18 10, d. Ann Arbor, Mich. She descended 
from the I'il.t^rini Fathers. M. (2) Marijnret l^Ha, dau. of 
W'ilhani and Millie IJccIitol, b. iMX'eport, J 11., J 847, d. Chicago, 
Jan. 10, 1892. 

In the early fillies Dr. J)abcuck settled in Chicago, where he 
became a physician of much note. He invented several med- 
ical appliances. 

Children by fnsl wife: 

James L.. b. l-'d). 10. iH.io; in. I'^lla S. Uutlcr. 
Gcrtriulo ICli/al)Ltli, h. New "\ork City, Nov. 24, i.^4.> 

Children by second wife: 

Ix-Iaiul Alman/o, b. Frccport, 111., Oct. 6, 1868; in. Cliicago, Nov. 
19, J890, Grace A., dau. (if William Heap, b. Chicago, Jan. 2, 
l86y. CliildrcM, b. Cliica^:o: Grace l-'lizabclb, b. iJcc. 4, iSol ; 
Basil Pliiliipe, b. Aiit;. 3, 1894. I.elaiid BabcocU is a lawyer in 
Chicago; res. 1903, at Oak Park, Chicago. 

James Lkl.wd I>.\iicock. eldest son of ] Aland and Eliza- 
beth (James) Babcock, b. Goshen, Mass., Feb. lo, 1840; m. 
Waukesha. Wis., Sept. 29, 1892, Ella S.. dau. of Walter C. 
and Cynthia (Stanley) Butler, b. New Ijritain, Conn. 

^Irs. Babcock, who is a highly accomplished woman, re- 
ceived her literary and musical education at her early home. 
New Haven, Conn. 

Mr. Babcock took his preparatory course for Amherst Col- 
lege at Northampton. Mass. He was afterward in business in 
Chicago, 111., until the great hre of 1S71. when he removed 
to Ann Arbor, Mich., iiuesting his capital largely in bank 
stock of various cities and in Ijonds and mortgages. He is 
interested in whatever tends to the advancement of his city, 
and is a liberal giver to all benevolent objects. He is a mem- 
ber of the Sons of the Revolution, having joined in Detroit. 



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Will ani> Inventory oi J wirs Uadcik ki., Immk^kant Ancesiok, lioRN 1612, 

DiK.i) Jink 12, i67(). 

The last Will aiul Tcstaiiiciil of James IJadcocke Sen'r as he vcrbclly 
declared before us Under wrilleii. 

Imp he willed and l)ei|ueallied imlo his Son Job Bndcnckc all his 
Smith tooles of what sort en- Kiiul Soever that he dyed po^e^ed of: 

2ly he lU(|uealhed one cow to he delivered unto his daughter Mary 
Champlin hy his Administratrix hereafter mentioned with in convenient 
time after his decease. 

3ly lie hefiucathed a Cow Calfc to William Cliamplinc Eldest daugh- 
ter to be delivered as above said. 

4ly he I3e(|ueathed unto his Sonii Joseph all his housing and lands 
for him the said Joseph liadcocke to take into his posesion when he shall 
attaine to the age of twenty one yeares. 

sly he Willed and declared that all the Kemainin^^ part of his F,<late 
hoides what he halh herein I'equealhed. he did p,\\c unto his wife Kli/a- 
bctli Badcocke for the Mainlanence and l)rinpintc up of the three children 
he had by his said wife an<l for her and her heiies and a-^iRnes forever. 

Lastly of this his Will lir declared that his lovcing wife IClizabeth 
Badcocke should be Ailmiuistr.ilri.x to tiiis his last Will and Testament. 

This Testator dyed the ulh of June J 679. 

John Badcocke. 
Joii Badcocke. 

John Badcocke and Jo!) Badcocke personally apjicarcd before the 
Governor and Court, and beini; Solemnly Kiigajed Tcslefyed to the truth 
of what i.s above subscribed by Them: Taken at a Court Held at West- 
erly the 17th of September 1679 in the King's province. 

As Attests John Sax ford. 

Secretary. 

The Above written are True Copys of the Origonall entrcd and 
Recorded the 8th of Deccndi'r 1680 pr John Sanford Recorder. 

An Inventory of the Estate of James Badcocke Sen'r Deceased in 
June last in Stoning Townc without any written Will leaving a Widow 
with three children the l-"ldi>t a Sonn about nine vear old. 

£ s. d. 

Imp. liouse & Land about twenty Acres 300000 

A Bellows, Anvill. Vise & other Smiths tooles 05 00 00 

A 2 Cowes 2 yearlings ^S; 2 Crdves 11 00 00 

A 7 Small Swine, i bed & bedstead with beding 07 00 00 

A I Small bed & beding lib ^.v.. 2 chests io.y GO 15 00 

A churn, pailes iS: tubbs v^- other ves>;els 00 10 00 

A Iron pot, Scillitt, pan. tramills. smuin Iroji, spitt & slice. . 02 00 00 

A 3 Spining wheels. 12 axes, spade i*v old Iro!i ho 00 02 00 

A handsaw, drawing Knife. Reaping hooks, 2 botles. i iiamer. . 00 05 00 

A puter & tin one brass skill it. 2 sivcs 00 04 00 

A I paire of Cards with >;omc wool vSf flax & yarnc 00 05 00 

A chaires, cradle with other lumber 00 10 00 

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\J Sum Totall.. 61 01 00 



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This Inventory was Taken '^lli^ 51I1 of July 1679 by lis. 

ICl'llKAIN MlNOU. 

Jamks Pk.ndi.kton. 
Thomas Wlllks. 

This ahovr urilicn Inventory was hy ihv subscribers Jainc; IV-ndle- 
ton and 'I'homas W'flls, in npm Court on their Sollcinn lCnj(agcinenis 
TestirKHJ to 1)1' a true Inventory to tlie best (if their Knowlidj^e and this 
was Testetied in the Court held at \\'<slerly in tlio Kinj^'s province, tlic 
17th of Sei>teniber 1079 as Attests John Sanhiku. 

Secretary. 



A Coi'Y OK Till. Will, Madk hv iiiK 'I'owN cOu.Ncii- Kksi'kctim; tiik .Skiuk- 

MKNT OK TllK EsiATE OK JolI.N 15a1!COCK OK THK ToW.N OK ^VK^>IKKI,Y, De- 
CKASKP, THK TWK.NTY-SI.KTH DaV OK JU.NE. 16S5. 

These arc to certify all persons whom it may concern. That where- 
as John Babcock of the town of Westerly, deceased without, a will, 
whereby the care of the widow and orphans respectiii):; the settlement 
of the deceased mans estate is by law commended to the cognizance of 
the Town Council. 

We therefore who are the Council api)ointed by the town according 
to trust committed unto us having taken an inventory of the deceased 
persons estate, and likewise tindinc: :i settled agreement between the 
widow and the eldest son James Babcock the son of John Babcock re- 
specting his own portion out of liis deceased fathers estate. judL;;e it meet 
to make no alteration of the said agreonunt; and likewise finding the 
remaining part of the movable estate to amount to the sum of 79o£ t,s. Q/". 
we do order and appoint unto the widow of the deceased John Babcock 
the sum of 2()T,i. seven shillings iS: S pence for her i)art of the above sai<l 
sum it being one third part. .And whereas tiiere are nine children more 
to wit .Ann Babcock M;iry Babcock John Babcrick Jol) Babcock George 
Babcock I-'-lihu Babcock Robert Babcock Jo-cfih Babcock Oliver Bai>- 
cock : we do order and appoint to the several cliildren the sum of fifty 
seven pounds two shillings & four pence for each child out of the re- 
maiping part of the aforesaid sum as they come of age. Aiul further 
more we do by these presents or<ler constitute and anpoint .Mary B.ib- 
cock, the widow of the deceased John Babcock. e.xecutrix of all the 
ori)hans estate con-listing of lands or cattle or horses fir monies and what- 
soever else valuable according to inventory. .And likewise to take the 
charge and care of the orphans during their non.ige. and in case any 
one or more of the orphans die iK-i'ore they come of age then his or 
their portion to be equally divided .inioiig those that sur\ ive. we do here- 



The above wrillin are True Copys of ibe origonall luitered and 

Recorded the Slh of Decemb'r lOiSo pr John Sanfurd Recorder. J 

Secretary of State's Ottice. Providence, •V 

.March I2ih 1868. f 
I certify the above to be tnie coiiies of the will iV inventory of James 

Badcocke Sen'r — taken Iruiii the book of Land Records in ibis ufiice. } 

JoH.N' R. BAKii.Krr, • 

Secretary of Stale [for iMiode Islaiidl. \ 

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It will be observed that at the date of writing and probating the \ 

will of James Badcocke, Sen., J679. the family name was spelled Badcocke. 

It had been spelled Badcocke or Badcock in public records previous to ( 

that date. Six years later, 1685, when the will of his son was made, the ; 

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by also ordor ami appninl tliat tlic- \vi<lo\v hliall pay or cause to be i)aid llic 
several Itgacics iiiUd the dnldrcn as is brfoic cxi)rc>-e(l niul in the mean 
time to give bond li> ilic coiicil for tlic performance thereof. 



This is a true copy of the orifj- 
inal compared and or<lered by Jo- 
seph Clark clerk to ye town /ih 
Feby. 



Wii.i.iAM \V. Cham II. IN. 

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mark 

JeFKRK X CHAMri.IN. 

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(Town Records Land Kvidence, etc., 1661- ijf/) 7, book i, p. 65.) 



An Inviniouy 01 i iii. Kstatf. ok riu: I.ati; i>ksi-.asku Joii.n 1'>ai;cock dv i hi. 

TOWNK OK WI.S1I.KI.E. 



Impriiuus 

Forty three steers 

Thirty-three Cowe> and the Calve 

I'jght working o.xcn 

nine Three yeare old steers 

nine two yeare old Cattle 

Twenty, one yeare olds 

Fifty two horsseis, mares and Colts 

Three Kideing horsseis 

And the old ambline horse 

And the horse that is called Jamcsis 

one hundred .sheep and titty lambs 

one ox and two bulls 

Seven beds and bedsteads, apayer ) 

of sheets valued at ^i\ pounds a ( 
peace the seven beds so furnished i 
Cometh to ) 

In Current mony of New England 

one new bed more 

three setts of Curtains 

twenty-eight yars of / 

Trucking Cloath S 

ten years of Red Cotton 

ten yars of blue liiiin 

fifteen yars of fulled Cb.ath 

A small quantity of Calleco c. 

in Trimeing and Ribl)eii and ) .' 

two payer of stocks f 

in Braslet beads : 

one filver cup 

ten yards of homespun Cloath 

In Table Linnen 

one duzen of putter platters 

and one duzen putor porringers 

two putter flagens and two 

p itter Candlesticks all 

more pmir 

Seven Chaincs and plow tackling 

Seven payer of staples ami hook-^ ^ 

staples and rings two Clauis and pines 

4 'ixeltree pinnes all these 

A parscll of shot 



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32 00 00 

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Six pound of puwcicr valued at 

Kowcrlifii pels and Ccttks " " 

40 brass and l)(.llniLlllc CVtllcs and skillcls " " 

nine fryinjj pans " " 

A dripping pan " " 

Seven y,u\\s " " 

A number of pots " " 

three duzen of glass bottles '■ " 

Seven chests and boxes tojjiather '' " 

A Trunk " " 

thirteen bushells of salt " 
Sythes, siekels and .sheep sheers 

two smoothing Irons and heaters " " 
'Iramell and pothooks and a pajer of fetters 

two iron bars " " 

three stocks of bees «t .< 

earthen ware " " 
one lunulied and fifty wait of sheeps wool 

barrells, tubs, bogheads, disshcs I " " 

and pails, baskets and wooden ware all ) " " 

Carpenters Itmls " " 

eight liowes five axes " " 

A warming pan " " 

two steel Traps " " 

Three Canooes and three padlcs ' " " 

one negger boy " " 

two Injin nien and Indian garls " " 

fower Iron wedges and a beetle ring " " 

two tables and seven Chairs " " 

one steer more " " 

three young horses «< •< 

one ri(Ulen horse " " 

This Inventory taken and valued at the rate Current, silver of New 
England by Mr. Jeffres Champiin and Litlenant Joseph Davoll the 4th 
day of June in the year 1685. 

£ s. d. 
The sum totall of this Invintory errors exapted is 814 03 00 

There being severall things Inventor'd, That aught not, to the 

sum of 24 00 00 

which being deducted out of the above said sum There remains ygo 03 00 
This is a True Copie of the originall and entered the Sth day of 
flfebberary 16S6. JostPii Ci.arkk. 

Clerk to the town. 
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A Copy ok the Acuk-fment tsKrwEKN Jamks B.vbcock and iiis Mothkr Mary 
Baucock concekni.ng his TouTioN OK HIS Father's Estate. 

To all persons whom these presents may consern greeting. Know 
ye — That I jnmes Rabcock son of John Ualjcock of the tmvn oi Westerly 
in the Colony of Rhode Island vV: Providence plantation i^ Kings province 
&c deceased who ilieing intestate. I being the rightful heir by law unto all 
my fathers inhcretance consisting of lands, do by lhe<e presents declare 
'.hat for and in consideration of the premises hereafter to be expressed 
I do covenant i*t agree with my hiving and natural mother Mary Rabcock 
to accept of the one half of the farm that we arc now dwelling on, my 



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part to begin at tlic west end ul die f.iriu and Ro to extend eastward until 
the Coniplenuiil be made np npmi an e(|ual division, and al>ci the value 
of a di.>uble piirlion of tlie movable estate lu l)e divided among my lirolbers, 
and tbe new dwelling bou-<e now siandmg upon tbe farm. 1 say I do 
accept of what is ai)ove said in full >ati-.laclion for my part or portion of 
my deceased falliers estate, and do fi'rtb.er declare by lliesc pre>ent5 that 
1 do freely surrender unto my loving mother my whole riijlit title and 
interest unto all the rest of the land-, belonging unto my deceased father 
with all the preveleges iK: appurlanances thereunto belonging or any wise 
aiipertaining t<j have ;!nd enjoy and to dispone of as she shall sec it meet 
during the time of her life or after her decease provided she shall dispose 
of its unto my fathers male chiblren. 

1 say given granted i\: surrendered by me James Babcock from mc my 
heirs executors atlmini^tralors and assigns unto my mother Mary iiab- 
cock her heirs and as^igns forever ui)on tbe eondition.-> al'ovc said, ni 
witness wher of we have here unlo set our hands and seals. 
Signed k sealed in Jamks 15.\UC0CK. [Seal] 

presence of '_ 



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Toni.\s S.vuxDKus. Mary 1 1 ] Pajicock. [Seal] j 

liis mark. 

JeFFRA I ClI AMI-UN. ♦ 

mark. • 

This present twenty sixth day of June 1685. | 

This is a true copy compared with the original & entered by Joseph • 

Clark clerk to tlie town -?8th June 1685. (Hook i, p. 65, Westerly Town j 

Records.) 

Records of t)ik Family of GF.c)rvc;K Lawton, I'athf.k of Makv Lawton 
Babcock, CoriF.i) from Tin, Anckstoks and Dksck.ndants of Rkv. 
Hfnry Ci.akk, liv Cykus Ci.arki: Van J)i;vfntkk, 1902. 

The Lawtons were an "armorial" family if we may so infer from a 
seal used by some of its members in the early days of the Colony. This 
seal bore as its device a demi-fox, salient, with a motto on a ribbon. 
Liberie, toute entiere. ']"he Engli^Ii home of the emigrant was in 'S'ork- 
shire. The first of the name of whom we have knowledge, George Law- 
ton, arrived in New Iingland in id.U- and is found in Rhode Inland a ; 
few years later. He diccl Oct. 5. iCh;^, ami was interred in his orchard at 
Portsmouth. R. L; he marricil iCIizabeih. daughter of Thoma^ and Martha j 

tL'.zard. ... In 16,^8, he (George) was admitted an inlial)itant of \ 

Acquidneck. Apr. 30, lA^g. be was one of the incorpf>rators of Ports- 
mouth, R. L Jan. 25. 16.48, he was given a grant of forty acres of land; 
164S member of the Court of Trials; 1655 freeman; i065,_ '72, 'y-,, '76- 
'79, '80 deputy to the Assembly. Mar. 2, 1672 he sold to Richard Smith, 
merchant, of Newport, twenty-four acres on Coiianicut Island. Apr. 4. 
1676. the Assembly voted. ■"That in these troublesome times and straights 
in this Colony" they desired the company and counsel, at their next ses- 
sion, of George Lawton and lifleen others. 

"May 2, 1676, he and Jolr.i b'aston sent to Providence with all con- 
venient speed to determine wheather garri.sons shall be kejH there at tbe 
expense of the Colony. (Three garri-ons with twenty men each were 
ordered for one month.)" 1680 he and two others purchased of Frcclovc 
Arnold for i}, \os. a bell, "to call together the .V'^-einbly, Courts of Law." 
etc., h.iving been so empmvered ; Uk^-oo. Assistant. Jan. 2. I(>88. he j 

deeded to .son Robert, for love, all his real and personal proi)erty. Jan. 30. 
1690, he, with t'lvc other .Assistants, wrote a congr.iiulatory letter to Wil- 
liam and Mary, detailing tlic slate of atTairs of the Colony. , 

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Gcorpc is supj)oscd to Iiavc li.ul ihe following chil«lrc'n : 

Isabel, b. ; d. Apr., l7jo; in. Samuel Albro, 

John, b. ; d. 1678; in. Mary Boomer. 

Mary, b. ; d. Nov. 8, 1711; in. John IJalicock. 

George, b. ; d. Sept. i, \(j07 ; m. 1677, Naomi IIiiiil. 

kobtrl, b. ; d. Jan. 2-,, 1700; m. if»8i, Mary W'odell. 

Susanna, b. ; d. Dec. '), 17 u; m. Thomas ComuII. 

Rvuh, b. ; d. Apr. 15, ijjit; m. l-'eb. 10, i()8i, W dliam Wodcil. 

Mercy, b. ; d. i()85; m. Jan. 10, \(<i^J, James Tripp. 

Job, b. ; d. Oct. 8, Uxjj. 

IClizabeth, b. ; d. 17J4; m. Robert Carr. 

ACRI.EMK.Nr IIKTUKM.S J III. .SUkV 1 Vl.Ni; So.NS Ol JtHIN IIaUCOCK. 

At a meeting lieid in Westerly at ye dwelling of Our J-'Idcst Brother 
James Bal)cnck in ye CoKjny of Rhode Island, Vi/. Si.x Brothers James, 
John, Job (ieorge Joseph <\: Oliver Babcock all Sons to Jolni Babcock 
Deed, in sd. Westerly we the said Jirijthers who are yc subscribers hereof 
have Joyntly vK: Severally Concluded on these following I'.nlailes ukkIc and 
done by J-lach and livery of us is as followeth. & we have taken 
it into Our Mature Con.->ideration ye Great Necessity of Maintaining Our 
Brother i'.lihu ]iabcock he not ha\ lug Understanding SurticieiU to Main- 
tain hunself by reascju that God hath not given him that Rea<'>n Judg- 
ment Understanding that God hath Commonly blessed other mankind 
withal. These arc therefore to Signilic to all person.s or people Whom it 
may concern that wc have Joynily .\greed for ourselves Our heirs & suc- 
cessors to Allow good & Comfortalile Maintainance to it for Our Brother 
Elihu So long as it shall please God to Continue him in this Life. Viz 
Each of u.s shall now pay or cause to he pai<I forty Shillings per year & 
when by yc providence of God he shall be Sick or diseased by any Dis- 
temper Whatsoever, that then shall he paid for his maintainance so much 
more money as by the Majority oi us Six Brothers then Living sliall be 
thought til and it is Concluded that if One or more of us Brothers shall 
Die Before Our sd. Brother Elihu that Each & Every of such Deed. 
Brother or Brothers heir or heirs Shall pay so much and no more To-, 
wards our sd. Brother Elihu Maintainance as Each of us Brothers Sub- 
scribers Shall then pay being Living . . . and it is further Agreed upon by 
us the Six Brothers Sul)scribers that ye heir or heirs of Each & Every 
Such Deed. Brother or Brothers Shall have no Voyse Nor Vote Con- 
cerning Our sd. Brother Elihu's ^^aintainance that is how he shall be 
Maintained or how much money siiall he paid for yc same. But only 
pay their part as above sd. When Demanded of them by the sd. Brother 
or Brothers then Living. It Being for and in Consideration of a Valuable 
sum of money already received by us in hand to our full Satisfactory 
Content. 

Westerly february the 2" day in ye 12 year of the Rcgn King George 
Anno Domini, i7J5-(). 

Signed Sealed & Dcliv'd 

in presence of J.\mks B.vhcock. [l. s.] 

S.\MUF.L St.\ck. John B.vik-ock. (l. s.j 

Edward r)UkiiicK. Job B\I!(ock. [i.. s.] 

John Doucic GEORf.K Bahcock. ft,, .s.j 

JosKDi Baiuock. fr.. s.j 
Oliver Bahcock. [t.. s.] 
Entered february ye q" day i7-> 6. 

per John Bahcock Town Clerk. 
True Copy of the Records Belonging to Westerly in Kings County Jan. 

25" 1743-4- 

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About twenty years later an addiliunal compact concerning tlic -up- 
port of ICIiliu was made. 

On tlic fifteenlli day of Jan., 1745, the major part of llic survivmg 
brothers, namely Jdm, Cieorgc. and Oliver met in Westerly and signed 
an aKrecmenl tliat tliereafler •jieeau^e of ye Great Decay of Nature of 
him by Reason of his a^rc which Renders the Keepmg of him mure trouble- 
some and Dillicult" that eacii of the six brothers or his representatives 
"pay Highl Poiuuls per year." I 

At that dale James and Jose|>h were not living and Job resided at 
Kingston, twenty miles away. 1 

Cory OK Cait. Jamks Haiicock's Will irom tiik Wksieki.v Tow.n Kecokus, 

Hook I, p. 150. 

In the name of God amen the oth day of Jan. in yc Fourth year of I 

his mag'ty reign George the Second, King of Great Brittain. Anno-Dom I 

i7i(^7 I James Babcock of ye town of Westerly in ye comity of Kings { 

County and colony of Rhode Id. & Providence I'lanlations in New-Eng- j 

land yeoman, lieing very weak iK: much lndi>i)os'd of Body. But of a 
Sound mind & deposing memory. Thanks be given unto God for ye j 

same \- cjilling to mind the mortality of my body & Thinking I have but j 

a Short Continuance in this World iSr Knowing that it i> api)ointed for all ' 

men once to Die I do make & ordain this to be my La>l Will &: Testa- j 

mcnt that is to say, Princii)ally ii fust of all I give & Recommend my Soul | 

into the hands of Almighty God Which (Javc it to me, Hoi)ing Through { 

the Merits Death &• passion of my Lord & Saviour Jesus Christ to have ; 

full & free pardon & forgivcnes> for rdl my Sins & To Inheritt Everlasting j 

Life &' my body I Connnit to ye ICarth to be Decently Buried at yc Dis- 1 

cresion of my IC.xcc. Hereafter named nothing Doubting but at ye Gen'U j 

Ressurection I shall receive yc Same .Again by yc Mighty Power of (iod ; 

& as Touching such worldly Instate Where w'ith it hath'Plca>ed God to ! 

Bless me in this life, I give Devise & Dispose of the same in the maimer j 

& form following. j 

Imp. I Give ^^ Bequeath unto my Beloved Son Samuel Babcock a j 

Tract of Land Lying in Westerly afor'sd being part of my Ilomested | 

farm containing by ICstimatifin Two hundred acres be ye same more or j 

Less bounded as follows. Beginning at a Stake & Heap of Stones which j 

is ye northeast corner I'.ound of Land I Gave my Son Sam'll by Deed of | 

Gift & from thence on a Slraigiit Line Northwestward to a Deep Fresh ; 

pond Knrtwn by ye name of Johnsons pond to ye Southwest part of the j 

Sheep-yard where it runs into sd pond thence across sd i)on(l to a short i 

piece of fence & so to Run as sd piece of fence nms from sd Pond in ! 

to the Head of a Cove Thence Bomiding Nortlicrly on Pawcatuck river j 

& Westerly on Flias Josepii Pendleton s Land & Southerly on my sd son '. 

Sanmels Land all ye Land Within the Bounds above mentionc<l. I give 
unto my sd Son Samuel Babcock his heirs and assigns forever. Provided 
my sd Son Samuel his heirs & assigns shall make and maintain a g(jod 
& Lawful fence on ye Fast side of afores'd Trace of Land anfl the Land 
I gave him by Deed forever from the Sea to Pawcatuck river. Item. I give 
& Bequeath unto my Beloved Son Daniel Babcoek a Tract of Land Lying 
in Westerly afores'd Containing by Fstimation Two Hundred acres be ' 

the same UKue or Less I'ounded as follows Bcgining at John Browns 
Southwest corner stake Thence South \<> chains to a fJreat Rock with 
S:ones thereon thence South .30 degrees West to a small White nak Tree 
marked Standing Between Two Small rock in a Hollow a little to ye 
South of ye Long Rye Fiild from Thence a Straight Line to ye Salt Water 
Pond South \2 Degrees I'.ast tf> a Stake »*v Stones about it thence Bomid- 
ing on ye sd pond Snith & b'-a^t on Jolui B.dicocks I.aml v't partly on ' 
Kaac Thompson Laiul & northerly on John Browns Land all ye Laml 
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heirs & assigns forever he yc sd Daniel his heirs & assifjus to make and 
maintain a gocd & Lawlul knee in llic Line from ye afurs'd Rock to jc 
pond forever. 

Item 1 Cjive and licciucatli uiitu my Beloved Grand-son James Rabcock 
the Son of my Son James Dec'd Tw(j Certain tracts of Land Lying in 
Westerly afores'd the one containinj; about One Hundred Acres njore 
or Less and Bounded Norllurly by l-Vancis Wests Land & part on Wm 
l''anrn'ngi Land iS: (lart on iJea-. 'IMiomi)--ons Land & J-la^terly on Capt. 
Isaac 'J'hompsons Land & part on John P.rowns Land & p rt on Land 1 
have above BequeatlK-d to my son IJaniel to a Great Rock lO chams South 
from sd Browns S. W. Corner, ibeiice West to a Red «>ak Tree marked 
being Joshua Tliouijisons S. E. corner tiience Boumled Westerly on sd 
Tiiom]>sons Laiul. I S'^c ye sd Land Willi the aiipiiruiiances unto my 
sd Gran<i sou James & his heirs & a>->ij^ns forever l^rovided he .-d James 
his heirs or assi^^ns Shall make i\; maintain a (jootl au'l Lawful fence in 
the Line at yc South luid of sd BL{|ueathed Land & my Land and also 
the fence in the Line Between ye sd Beciueathed I-and it my Son Daniels 
Land forever. The Other Tract coutainint,' a Hundred acre-; or there 
abouts it being beach & Salt Mar-li Ijounded northerly on ye salt pond 
Easterly on Wm Champlins Lan<l Southerly on the Sea & Westerly 
on yc Beach as it is now to him his heirs & assigns forever. 

Item 1 give and l'>c(iucatli unto my Son Daniel Babcock & my Son 
Joshua Babctick & my (Iran(l--ou James Baljcock the Son of my Sou James 
Dec's my Grandson Thomas Clark and my Cou>-in Wm Babcock son 
of my brotlur John, ]:lach of them a Lot of Land of One Hundred Eect 
front on Pawcatuck river & Three llmulreil feet Back yc ^d Lotts to be 
Laid out any where on my Laud Between ye Land I have Before Be- 
queathed unto my Son Samuel & ^^a^tucksett Cove to them and each of 
them their heirs & assigns forever they and each of them to make 61: main- 
tain the fence around each of their Lotts forever. 

Item. I (iive and Bequeath imto my Dearly Beloved Wife Content 
all the remaining i)art of my Homestead farm Boundcil as follows. North- 
erly on Joshua Thompsons Laud & partly on Land I have above Be- 
queathed unto my Grandson James, l^asterly on Land I have above Be- 
queathed unto my son Daniel & SoutJierly on ye Salt Pond it Partly on 
ye Sea & \\'e>terly on Land I have Given unto my Son Samuel by Deed 
and by this WiilS: Partly ou Pawcatuck river. All the Lands Within 
ye Bounds above sd with all yc houses Buildings fencings Orchards 
& Lnprovemeuts thereon I Give as above sd unto my said Wife Content 
During the time of her being my Widow & this to be in Lieu of ye Hun- 
dred Pounds I Contracted to give her before Marriage & When she Shall 
marrie or Die Which shall fir<t Happen, then my Will is & I do Hereby 
Bequeath yc sd Land With all the Houses Buildings Orchards & fences 
thereon as above sd unto my Son James Bal)cock his heirs & assigns 
forever. 

I also Give & Bequeath unto my sd Beloved Wife Content all ye 
Eatables yt Shall be in my hou-e when I Die as all ye Grain tliat Shall 
be On my farm Whether Growing or Harvested iK: my Will is & I d<^ 
hereby Order my sd Wife Content to P.ring up & .Maintain my Daughter 
Ann \- my Son Jonathan miiiil they Respectively come to Lawful age;^ & 
Likcwi>e to bring up my Son James until he coiues to je age of five 
years &: then my I'.xec'd Hereafter named to Take him & i)rovidc for him 
as Hc-eafter shall be expres-ed. 

Item I give & Betpieath imto my youngest Son Jonathan the 
Two thirds of my Stonintjton farm Which I Purchased of the 
Yorks and the Other Part of Said farm I give vt bequeath unto my Daugh- 
ter -Ann ye -d farm to be Divided in that Propi>rtion Lquall for Quantity 
& Quality Between them at ye space of Ten years after my Decease the 
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their licirs & assigns forever and furilicr my will is & I do lierchy Order 
my ICxcc'd Herialter iiaincd To Iviiit fnit yc sd StoiiiiiRtoii farm for ye 
.vj)ace of Till years next alter my Decease & Improve yc Rents thereof | 

in Hringin^' up my s«l Son James to Learning (that is to say) my will is } 

that my sd lixec'd bhall Take my -d Son James When he shall arrive i 

U) the age of five years & put hiin to school & when ho is Oualifitd to j 

Enter ye College then to eiitvr him into the College there to be Edu- 
cated until he be e.>mmis>ione(l Twice according to Custom & all his | 
school & College Learning lo be pd. Together With all other necessarys j 
by my sd ICxec with sd rents I give & Bequeath unio my Grandi(jn 
Isaiah Babcock the S<ju of my Son James Dec'd a Tr.ici of Land Lying ' 
in Stonington Containing Two llundretl & forty acres more or Less I 
Bounded as follows Norllierly on Land I have Given unto my Grandson i 
Nath'll Babcock by Deed, fiasterly on Common Land Southerly on Land i 
I sold unto my Grandson in Law IJavison & Westerly on Land of the | 
Palmers to him his heirs & assigns forever ^i: imther my Will is that I 
if in case my Grandson Llias Babcock Shall Loose his Land. That I gave 
him by JJeed of Gift by yc \'oIcntown men then I Give him the One 
half of the -d 2.10 acres to be L{|ually Divided Between him & Isaiah to 
them their heirs iS: assigns forever. 

Item. I give iS: Bequeath unto my Daughter in law Sarah Babcock 
the \\'id(iw of my Son James Dec'd all ye Remaining part of my Puck- 
hungannick farm Which I have not Disposed of it Being that part Where- 
on she now Lives to her During the Term of Time So Long as She 
Shall Remain my sd Sons Widow & When she marries or Dies Which 
Shall first Happen then I give ye sd Land imto my Two Grandsons 
Oliver & Timothy Babcock the Sons of my sd Son James to them their 
heirs & assigns forever lo be Equally divided Between them for Quantity 
& Quality. 

Item. I give & Bequeath unto my Beloved Brother John Babcock my 
Silver Headed Kane. 

Item. I give and Befiueath unlo my Son Samuel Babcock One Cov/ 
& One yearling neat Kine. 

Item. I give and Beciucath unto my Son Daniel Babcock all yc bills, 
Bonds, Book Delits. Dues & Demands that I have against him by any 
ways or means Whatsoever I also Give umo my sd Son Daniel Two Cows 
& one yearling neat Kinc & Twenty Good Sheep. 

Item. I give and Bequeath unto my Son in-Law Thomas Clark One 
Cow & one yearling neat Kinc. 

Item. I give & Bequeath unto my Grand-daughter Grace the Daugh- 
ter of my Son James Dec'd fifty pounds in money to be pd to her by my 
Exec'd Wluii she arrives to the full age of Twenty vears Or at ye' day 
of marriage Which shall first Happen. 

Item. I give & Bccpieath unto the church of Christ in Westerly 
unto Which I Belong Keeping ye Seventh Day Sabbath One Hundred 
Pounds in money to be pd to the Elders or IDeacons of sd Church or 
their Successors Within Two Years after my Decease by my Exec'd 
the sd money always to be Left Out upon Interest & the Rents to be 
Improved for yc ape of sd Church. 

Item. I give i*c Bequeath unto mv aforcs'il Wife Content mv Two 
Best Working Oxen &: Two Cows & Twenty Two pounds Ten Shillings 
in money Which Jonathan Maxson Owes to me by bond to her Own 
Proper use & Behoofe forever i^- also ye Profits of John-on in Meadow 
'he next year. 

Item. I Give & Bequeath unto my .Son Joshua afore Named my 
Great Square Bed it Bedstead with the furniture Thereunto Belonging 
& one of my Silver Canes. 

Item. I give \- Bequeath unto my cousin Wm Babcock aforcs'd the 
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Ja nics & Jonatha.! all my Plate- ur SilvL-r ll.at I have in n.y House Whicl. 
1 l.avc not yet D.spuse. Of to he I'Miiallv Dividr.l Between Then, \- a^ 
for all the rest of my IVrsonal ]• stale Which I have not vet Uispo^e.l 
of afte.- my just Del.ts ^funeral! Cl.a.Kes arc paid Out of'them J k.vc 
?fn '• 1? } T"" ,T^v^".',Sr"'^"' ^'^ '">' T''^'-'^' youngest Children 
W 1 M ^'" ^^\';^ ^' ^"i''". ^'V'^^^^-'> H'*--"' ^"t it is my W.ll that my sd 
Wife shall have the use & Prohis of the sd Three Childrens parts of 
lersonal I.state u.it.Il they Rcsi.cctively Come to Lawful a^e u.iles. She 
marnes Before hut il S ho carries lieforc then I do Herehy Order mv 
hxecd to lake ye sd 1 hree childrens part into his hands Both Reafl 
Hi pcrsonall .\: Keep maintain it Brmjr up ye sd Three until! thev Re- 
spectively co.nc to Lawful aL;e Xoiwith.landin.t,' What is last Bequeathed 
do hcrel.y 0.der my l-.xccd & n,y WJH is ,hat ho take all yc Pergonal 
Ls ate of my afores d Son Ja.nes into his han.js When he arrives to the 
full age of five years & l.npn.ve it for ye Profits of my s<l Son James 
A.,d I'U'l'ci- my w.ll ,s 1 hat Whichsoever of my sd Three voungest 
ch.Idre.. Shall i),e Before they co.ne to Lawfull a^-e or Without' Lau^'nll 
Issue that h.s, her or their pait so D.ei.iK' Shall he L.iualiv Divi.jed 15e- 
wcen the Su.v.vors or Survivor of the sd three in case all three so die 
hat tlie.r Lstalc shall be Iqually L)ivi<K-d between all mv children to 
the.n their hens or assigns forever notwithstanding What f have Before 
Given away. I do Reserve Out of my Ilon.estead farm a Convenient 
Burynig place \\ here the Bu.ying Place now is on Mastuck.ett plain 
tor a J.uryiug place ot my Relations & as manv others as thev shall see 
cause to ]• xcept of. Further my Will is & I'do hereby Or,Jer that in 
case my afore named Wife Content .shall Refuse to Kxcept of What I 
have befuie Bequeathed unto her to be in full of her Right of Dowrv & 
power of th.rds of my Estate then I give unto my afores'd Three Chil- 
x.*"" c"Vvf'""';%'^ Jonathan But Twenty Shillings in mnuey I-ach of 
if,'",, n^^ ^ have hetore Given unto my sd Wife & Three Children 
Both Reall & personal I give to all my Children Besides them to be 
h-qually JJividec! Between them. 

Item. I do Order ^ my Will is that my Exec'd Hereafter named 
Shall pay all my Just Due Debts & Demanrls that I Owe in Right to 
Any Perso,, or Tersons Whatsoever & niy funerall charges Out of mv 
rcr.sonall- Estate U ithin Some co.,venient Time after .nv' Decease 

Lastly I do hereby Order C.Mistilutc make Ordain &' api)oint mv Son 
Joshua Babcock to be Whole & Sole Exec'd to this mv Last Will and 
Tcstarnent Hereby Disalowing .^t Revoking all Others'^' former Wills 
Legaces & Bequests Ratifying & contirming this & no Other to be my 
Last W.ll & restament. 

In \yitness Whereof I have hereunto Sett my hand & Scale the Day 
& Year first atore Written. 

, . T^'^"';*l.r?*'i''S,<i P"'''i^l'^'.fl ^^- Declared by ye sd James Babcock to be 
Ins Last Will \- lestamcnt in ye Presence of us ye Subscribors 

Wii.i.iAM Pkndlictox. 

C.M.Kn Penulkto.v, Jlx. 

William Dkaruv. 

James BAncocK. [l. s] 

The 3 Witnesses Wm Pendleton. Caleb Pendleton Jun & Wm 
Dcarby appeared ,n Coun'll this 31 Day of Jariuarv A. D. 17^6-7 & made 
Oath t.iat t 'cy Saw ye Test.ator James Babcock Sign Seal & "Declare this 
Will to be his Last Will .V lotament i(- That he was in his Perfect Sane 
mind *: memory at ye same time accor.ling to the Best of their Knowl- 
edge tV sd they signed as Witness to this Will in ye nresence of ve 
.icstator. 

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Voted & Kxccptcd by tliis C'duh'II lo Ijo tlic L;i-.t Will & Tcslaineiit 
of yc said Deceased Jaiiios Balicock. 

Test \Vm IJ.MKixK Couii'll Clerk 
JCntercd January 31st 1736-7. 
Westerly Town Reoorci-;, Pr. Wm li.Muoi k 

Book i, coinmeiiein}^ 011 p. 150. • C. Clerk. 

(It will be observed tliat tiie will of James Babcock was written 
Jan. 9, I73<^) 7, eij^ht days prior to liis death. Jan. 17, 1736-7.) 

INVKNTORY or Pr.RSONAI, I'l^uriKTY ok CaTT. JaMKS I'.AIiCOCK. CoriKK KKO.M 
GeNKAI-OGJCAI, IIlSlOKY Ol (.l.AKK I-'A.MII.Y, HY CVkl'S Cl.ARKK Va.N Dk- 
VENr.HK. 

Inventory filed Feby. 281I1 1736-7: Wearing apparel. £22; riding 
mare, saddle and bridle, hay, oats, straw, 18 cows, 6 two-years, 30 year- 
lings, 9 oxen, 227 sheep, 16 swine, Indian corn, rye, lla.xseed, beans, j)cas, 
salt, horse kind £40; llax broke and unbroke, brakes and hatchells, 
shovels, turkeys and dinip,hill fowls; carts, rakes, forks, sleds, 2 silver 
cans, {£27); IM.ite, £55; linen and cotton sheets, table cloths, pillow 
biers, and towels, £9; bed, trundle l)ed, candlestick, warminji; pans, canr 
£3; indigo, tobacco pouch, "raysor,"' pepper, thread, sugar, honey, glass 
bottles, chairing dishes, steelyards and seals, beeswax, tongs and andirons, 
case of bottles, books of sundry sorts, £3; 106 lbs f)f swingled liax. /S; 
logwood, great square bed. high case drawers, glass, etc., 3 hogshead 
"syder," 2 of "sydcr beer," i of rum, one of mola-^cs, great bfttllc of 
methcglin; negro man and woman not valuable. Total £1563, 12s., 5J. 

Wm,i, of Geokck Bai!Cock, Son ok Joii.n- and Maky Lawion IJAr.cocK, 
Datki) Nov. 13, 1750, Pkohatkd May 10, i75f>, is RKroRDi.D is S. K. 
T. K. Pro. Pook 5, vv. 44 to 49. 

The introduction is essentially the same as the will of his brother 
James. The first item makes ample provision for his widow. The second 
item gave silver l)uttc)ns and wearing ai)parel to sons. George and David. 

To his son George he gave a farm of two hundred and fifty acres 
in South Kingston, besides two tracts of land previously given him, and 
also gave him "(^ne thou-^and jiounds in bills of credit of ohl tenor." 

Item. "I give & devise unto my son David Babcock all my home- 
stead farm together with yc land I bought of Mr. Ward with all houses 
& building thereon & orchards and all other privileges to ye same be- 
longing, and a negro man named Bristo and a negro woman named 
Gcncy." . . . 

To his son Ilezekiah he gave four tracts of land, viz.: A farm of 
one hundred and forty acres, "the Island I Ijotight r)f James Perry," the 
farm on which Ilezekiah was then living, and a certain thirty acre lot. 

To his son Elislia he gave four certain farms containing by estimate 
total, six hundred and twenty acres. 

Item. "I give and devise to my throe sons George, David and 
Elisha. yc Sedge Inland and all yc marsh and sedge lying between ye 
pond and sea." ... He gave one hundred and forty pomvU to be divided 
equally among the following children, of his decea^^ed d.iughter Mary 
Potter, Jonathan Potter. George Potter. Steidien Potter, Susanna Mary 
Elizabeth and Martini ; "this i>^ besides the land I gave to her son Thoma- 
Potter ye land he n"W livcth on which containeth one lumdred and 
seventy nine acre>^ which I gave by her desire in lewc oi her portion." 

He gave to his daughter P.li/abolh Sander>. "six hundred pound-< in 
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Ill- Rave to Ins dau^liiir Al.i-ail Hall, "five Imudrcd ))..uiuls in bills of 
credit old tenor, Ik-i<1.> wliat I Ikuc ijivcn licr ahrady." 

lie providi's that tlic cliildixn t.f lii^ danKlUcr l-'.un'icc tirLvnmaii .'■liall 
be j)aid one biiiKlrcd p..iinds apiicc as they iK-coine of at^e. 

Item. '•! give tliree Iiundred pounds to vc cliurch & socielv lo which 
I bcIcnK to in Westerly and places adjacen't, keepiuR and ob'-erving yc 
Seventh day of ye week for a Salibath, to be let out for yc benefit of ye 
cliurch above mentioned." After the specific legacies are paid, "my 
will IS that all my estate that is movable shall be ccpially divided amongst 
all my children sons and dau-hiers now living or to their successors 
namely Cieorge, David, lle/eki.di, and l-lisha. Elizabeth, Abigail, Ruth 
&• humce." . . . Lastly I do hereby constitute make and ordain mv loving 
son lJa\id Babcock to be my executor of this my last will and lesta- 
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Abbey, Gallic A. Pren- 
tice, ^r/). 
.lames, 46(1. 
Jolin j., 4b6. 
Abbot, I'.niina \'an Nos- 
trand, 497. 
Helen, 495 
Henry, 405. 
Henry G., 3.^0. 
Jane II., 331. 
Mary li., 498. 
Mary C. (B). 330. 
^ Mary E.. 331. 

Mary Eastman, 331. 
Munroc L., 495. 
Paul, 330. 
Sarah, 361. 
Thomas A., 497. 
'. Willinin P., vi. 331. 
, Aborn, Cniolinc C, 71. 
; Edward. 71. 

Susan Potter. 71. 
Abraham, Dai-y A. Wat- 
son, 466. 
Robert, 46<). 
Ackcrman. lUlIe. 42S. 
Aeomb, Eli;^abeth. 436. 
Mary, 436. 
Tliomas, 436. 
Adams, A. J., 163. 
Alice A., 415. 
Ariniiida I". Palmer, 
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.\d.inis, Avon L. Brown, 
31-' 

Batbsheba (B.), 181. 

Caroline P., 517. 

Catlieriiie Bdv.cii. 41 S 

Dclil.-di (B.). 415- 

Elizabolh, 117. 

Emma Parker, 415. 

Eunice Sheldijn, 507. 

Harlcy, 415. 

Henry, 478. 

Henry K., 41^. 

Hilma R., 478. 

Jennie S.. 416. 

Jeremiah. 415. 

John, 342. 

John D., 415. 

Julia, 242. 

Julius, t;i7. 

Leslie II.. 478. 

Lillic. 441. 

I.oveca V... 416. 

Martha. 174. 

Mary J., 415. 

Mary S.. ,-^42. 

Xora E. Havnes. 478. 

Phcbe, 288. ■ 

Phincas F., 416. 

Sarah. 14 r. 

Sarah .Smith. 478. 

Susan 1 lenk^on. 415. 

William. 181. 
Adis, Anna G.. 225. 

553 



Aiken, Charles, 494. 

Edward. 494. 

Emily M. Brown, 494. 

Katherine, 494 

Mary, 494. 
.\kers. Brooks. 278. 

Francis M., 278. 

Lora, 278. 

Mariah A. Howell, 
278. 

Semanthia ( B.), 278. 
Albcrlson. .Xddisc)!!. ,368. 

Ellen McGrann, 36S. 

Francis B.. 568. 

John L., 368. 

Lewis, 368. 

Oris F., 368. 
Albro, Isabel Lawtou, 
546. 

Samuel. 546. 
Alden, Barlletl R.. 512. 

Harry, 244. 

John, ';i2. 

Julia (B.), 244. 

Marion B., 512. 
.Mdenhi't'f. T'.kinchc. 402. 
Aldrich, Christiana (B.), 
247. 

Harriet, 437. 
.Alexander, I'liecta. lOl. 
.\Iford. Byron, 50S. 

Emily Lathnip, qoS. 

Mary K. Irish, 56^. 









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Alfc.rd, MiliJ C, 50S Almy. .\ll;iiKi iMiiiircs, Aiij/rll. Isr.id. .V>S. 

Allen, Ariios M. Mali- .^54. Julia A. Catlin, 500. 

belt, 3.S0. Ann. 193. Julia M., 500. 

Abii^.iil. 238. Daniel, 198. KatluTinc L., 500. 

Aliaz, 3K0. David, J97. Louis, 3'^- 

AlnuiKi Hill, .11'} IClizaln-tli, 194. 353. Mary Tliurn, 300. 

Alniiia (!'».), i/U Hannah (Cry. 193. Su-an M. IMiclps, 398. 

Annif R. Green, 4.46. 194, 197 William. 138. 

Arthur, 380. Harriet W.. 3.v> William U., 39S. 

Charles, 319. Lucy (lij. 197. \nthony, Doris, 354. 

Chrislfipher. >'_'. Lucy M., 353. I'.lijah. 354. 

i:)aniel, 107. Peleg, 193, ]t).\. 197. l-.inina Cu^hInan. 354. 

KlieiK/tr, 311). Alton, Sarah, 453. l-'rederick, 354. 

iMliia L (1'..). 510. AnihKr, Ldiia |{;irli«.T, (jenrpe, 354. 

ICdwin R., 44S. 353. (ieiiriie D.. 354. 

lilisha, 183. I-lknora. t,',.^. Hannah .NL, 354. 

l£liza M. Hemull. 380. I'.li/a Nesitlle. 351. Harriet W. Almy, 354. 

Klla A. Springi-r, 380. Henry ]{., ;i,-,3- Henry, 354. 

ICva, 319. Henry S., 351, 35-'. Jnsrph. 344. 

Frank, _'8i. John, 351. Kathryn, 354. 

Frederick C, 44S. John ]•'., 333. l.edyard. 354. 

George V... 448. Julia M. (Bj. vi, 351. Loui-, W.. 354. 

Ilainiali Hazard (B.), Nathan P.., 333. Loui-e Slierman, 334. 

262. Stephen P.. 333. Margaret Hathaway, 

Ilarimny K., 380. Anulshury, l'"raiu-e> \^ 334. 

llekii, 447. (B.), 293. iMargret, 354. 

John, 319. Ames, Anna Brewster, Marguerita, 331. 

John T., 319. 455. Maud L. St. Clair, 354. 

Jonathan, 20-'. Brewster !•'., 436. Mildred. 334. 

Leander, 1 70. Luther, 421. Ruth Hath;iway, 344. 

Lovera IL, 419. Miriam. 436. Sarah, 344. 

Lucy, 292. Samuel F., 433. Sarah L., 354. 

Lucy (B.), 319, Sarah J.. 421. Sarah L. Anihony, 

Lydia J. (15.), j8i. Viroqua, 42t. 354. 

Mary K. Thayer. 447. Amcsbury. Caroline. 407. A])plelon. William S., 

Mary L. (B.). 167. Anderson. Sarah. 443. xxii. 

Meli^s.i Seeley, 319. An<lrcws. Aaron. 353. Apps, Maggie. 487. 

Millard N., 380. Amy (B.). 83. Archer, Harriet, 417. 

Mirah. 417- Annis, 345. John. 417. 

Nancy J.. 319. Calvin. 321. Mirah Allen. 417. 

Nathaniel. 167. Cf)rnclia Lippiit. 402. Arcnchild, Lillian L. 

Norman I^.. 380. Eliza. 321. 410. (B.), 357. 

Norman II.. 380. Elizabeth. 413. Sherman. 357. 

O. A., 516. Elmira (B.)! 167. .\rmstrong, Ann (B.), 

Patience. 2CA 267. Esther P. (V>.). 333. 43. 

Rachel, 183. George, 402. Ednah, 385. 

Roanna ('B.),38o. Hinckley. 333. Elizabeth, 497. 

Sadie M Beach. 448. Lemuel. ^33- Hannah ("B.), 4^. 

Sarah. 3-<'. Martha W. (B.). 333. Michael. 43- 

Sarah C.. 410. May. 517. Paul (B.). 43. 

Sarah I. (B.), 281. Penelope P.. 402 Arnold. .Amelia. -^o8. 

Sarah J. (B.). 378. Thomas. 83. l-'|.>ra. 319. 

Spafl'ord. 419. .\nilros, Maud M.. .J13. Lillian. 319. 

Susan. 319 .\ngel. Sarah. 233. Jacob T., 319. 

Syble llibbard. 380. Angell. .Amy. 138. Tames. 172. 

William. 28r. Anna. 441. Mary Foster, 172. 

Allston. .\nne Rogers, l".)>hraim. 300. N.mcy. 172. 

70. Frederic R.. 3<")0. N.incy J. Allen. 319. 

John. 70. Henry C. 300. .\rrington. Clyde. 284. 

Washington. 70. Henry H., 300. David. 284. 



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Edwin, 2S4. 

Fay, 2cS4. 

I'rank. 2.S4. 

(Jliii. j84- 

Ko^a Saver, 284. 

Sarali Sayrr, 21X4. 
Ash, Olive M., 477- 
A s p i n \v a 1 1. Acli--asli 

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Thomas. 1 14. 
Atkins, Horace. 170. 

Lucy A. (H.), 170. 
Atkinson, Jane Mc- 
Cutchron, 296. 

Lizzie B., 2()6. 

Orissa A. (IV), 
Hrown, 295. 

Roherl, 295. 296. 
Atwater. ImciI C, 304. 

J. Clayton. 304. 

Joseph. 304. 

Lucy lirown, 304. 

Lucy E. (IL), .304. 
At wood, Harriet. 262, 

445- 
Aurand. Xancy i)}:-]in, 

a(>s- 

W. W.. 465. 
Austin, Ahhic. 261. 

Eli/ahelli. 305. 

James. 406, 407. 

Louise, 407. 

I-ucy L., 535. 

Minnie, 406. 

I'olly Maxson. 535. 

Kiifus. 535. 

Sarah Gavitt. 406. 407. 
Avard, Caroline. 297. 
Averill, Adalaid F., 453. 

Amanda O. (R.). 453. 

Riddclla Magce, 453. 

Edf^'ar K.. 453. 

Elizabeth II.. 453. 

Emma .\Lnpcc, 453. 

Ephraim j\l., 453. 

Henrietta, 299. 

Henry. 453. 

James R., 453. 

Julius, 29<). 

Lulu Ripsom. 453. 

Martha. 453. 

Mary Richanlsnn. jty). 

Polly Harmon. 453. 

William IL. 453. 
Avery. Abel. 104. 

Abigail Cheesebrough. 

Adalaid. 439. 

Alice Hinckley, 379. 



JikL'.v. 

Avery, Amanda. 321. 
Anna, 55. 

Anna Richardson, 55- 
Betsy, 439. 
C l^cwis, 439. 
Christopher. 55. 
Celestine C. CoofTman, 

439- 

IXiii^on, 62. 

Elisha, 14. 

Elizabeth (R.). 14. 

I'-lroy, 53. 

l-jneline M. (iV), 191- 

I'rank, 4 if). 

James. 55. 

Jennie S. Adams, 416. 

J"lin, 55. 

Mary C, 4.19- 

Reuben, 439. 

Sarah, 216. 

Solomon, 56. 

Soi)hia, 1S3. 

Temperance, 194. 

Thomas, 194. 

William. 35. 
Ayers, Adalinc M.. 525. 

Ann, 378. 

Dennis, 2X.'. 283. 

Luther, 282. 

Lydia Furrow, 2^2, 
283. 

Mariah, 283. 

Roena M. (B.), 282. 

Sarah, 455. 
Babbit. Elizabeth, 15. 

Erasmus, 8, 15. 16. 

Mary (R.). 8," 16. 
Babcock, A. JCIizabcth 
Chapman. 407. 

.■\. bjncrson. v. 28. 

A. Ernest. 490. 

.'\aron, 192. 

Aaron C, 428. 

Abbic A.. 477. 

Abbic H. Hinckley, 

517- 
Abbic L. 278. 
Abbic L.. 418. 
Abbic L. Rap.g. 308. 
Abbic L. Rlackman, 

321. • 

Abbic Spragiie. 403. 
Abby. IJ3. 253. 
.•\bbv A. Brown. 260. 
Abb'y C. Chatec. 338. 
.\bbv C. Stanton. 317. 
Abby r... 2ifi. T,7S. 
Abby G. Miller. 214. 
Abbv Hazard, 92. 
Abby J., 384. 



Babcoek, Abby J. Cross, 

-'53. 4.<«- 
Abby J. Hnyli-r, 431. 
z\bby L., 317. 
Ab!)y Owens, 2J.\. 
Abel, 102, 140, 169, 

170, 179, 2OO, 274, 

482. 
Abigail, 22, 27, 61, 62, 

124, 154. 166, 186, 

219. 3WJ, 552. 
Abigail C, 255. 
Abigail Cooke, J93. 
Abigail Curtis, 1O4. 
Abigail Hudson. 23. 
Abigail llill, 4'>7- 
Abigail Litlell. 155. 
Abigail Mulkins. 49. 
Abigail ]'., 2r7. 
Abigail Smith. 67. 
Abigail Thompson, 29. 
Abigail Went worth, 

237- 
Abijah. 46, 47. 
Abner L.. 404. 
Abram, 335. 
Ach-ah, 227, 404. 
Achsash, 114. 
Afia L., 358. 
Ada N., 517. 
Adalaid, 439. 
Adaline. 99, 398. 
Adam, 67, 68. 150. 
Adassa F., 282. 
Addic B., 467. 
Addie Carr, 269. 
Addic Jones, 172. 
Addic M., 47.S- 
Addic M. Ford, 313. 
Addic Maxson. 282. 
Addic Wells. 468. 
Addison. 175. 
Adola Barry. 519. 
Adela N.. 519. 
Adelaid G.. ^Sj. 
Adelaide Wallace, 214. 
Adelbert. 313. 
Adelbert H.. 296. 
Adelbert C. 297- 
Adele C. Stiles. 434. 
Adelc CatoncI, 216. 
Adelia, 167. ,^0^. 48* ». 
Adolia n. Reebc. :^-2. 
Adelia J.. 234. 
Adelia M. Mann. 381 
.-\delia R.. 4I3- 
Adelia Skelton. 333. 
Adeline, 150. 
Adeline J. Green. 357. 
Adeline Johnson, 405. 





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Adeline Met/Kar, 476. 
' Adella, .|i-. 

Adena C... 1(15. 

Ad<i||iliiis. .70, _Vy 

Atjnes. 377. 

Agnes Jliiii:er, 141. 
' Agnes I.., 409. 

Agnes Leacli, .l.VJ 

Agnes S. Davidson, 
231. 

Aiiguslns, 1S7, J34. 

Augnstus 1).. s.^-- 

Ai A.. A^'j. 

Alanson C, 22.1. 

AIIktI, 1.^5. 2of). 269, 
283, 30S. 3.^5. 405, 

433. '137. 43) 

Albert A.. 404. 

Albert C, 31(1. 

Albert V.., 378. 

Albert ]•'., 31J.S. 

Albert II., 430. 
Albert L., 175, .jyo. 

3i>*^, 475- 

Albert (J., IM4. 

Albert I'.. J2Z. 

Albert l\.. 20^. 

Albert S., 212. 377. 
.Albert W., 171. 

Alexander K.. 232. 

Alfred, 104, 143. 161, 
3/0. 

Alfred B., 299. 473. 

Alice, 92, 278, 2yj, 33.*^. 
449. 532. 

Alice C.. 257, 441. 
^ • Alice CooIIidge. 492. 

Alice 1). llancox. 415. 

Alice E., 412. 

Alice GoKIen, 360. 

Alice Grey, 467. 
L Alice I. Tlouser, 445. 

' Alice J.. 4(''5 

I Alice L.. 444. 473- A^- 

Alice L Webster. 412. 

Alice M.. 171. 

Alice M. Wlueler. 7,23. 

Alice Musprave. 449. 

Alice S., T,6X. 

Alice Seaton. 172. 

Alice Sipley. 537. 

Alice Talbot. 443. 

Alice \V.. 129. 397. 520. 
. Alice Wyer, 129. 

Alice Young, ;{07. 30,9. 

Alida K.. 410. 

Alida Kel>ey. 410. 

Allan II., 475. 

Allen. 334. 



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Ilabcck. Allis .\l., 485. 
.Minercjii, 470. 
AIniira, 137. 170, 264. 
.\Iinira J'arri>\v<, 130. 
Alniira liindick, 170. 
AInnra G., 2(\.\. 
-Mniira R. lirown, 227. 
-Mnn'ra S., J31. 
.\lniira \'an I lorn, 159- 
Ahtion, j^^. 
.Minyra Jhudick, 20.}. 
Alonzo, \(^(), 177. 
Alunzo 1)., 178. 
Alon/.o N., 454. 
.Alt a L. I'tirter, 380. 
Alia M., 51'^. 
\liana, \<y), iii, 190. 
Ahlia Hull, 181. 
-Mibea A., 4^)4. 
.Mlliea J., 4n- 
Alvira J-:., 28). 
Alvn, 209. 
Aizina, 288. 
Al/.ina Stowe, 311. 
.\nianda. 290, 347, 397. 
.•\ni;uul.i .A.very, 321. 
A 111 a 11 d a C.'irpenler, 

209. 
Amanda Clarke, 163. 
Amanda L., 371. 
Amanda M., 307, 319, 

3^^4. 
Amanda McNeil, 356. 
.Amanda O.. 433. 
.\manda .Searl, 27<'>. 
.■\manda Tanner. J33. 
Amarilla llawley, 1S4. 
.\ip.arillis. 490. 
.Xm.isa. 247. 
.\mi)rosc S., 233. 
Amelia. 23, 62. 71, 123. 

232, 306, 316. 413. 
Amelia Brown. 192. 
.-\mclia Cole. 329. 
.■\melia G., 231. 
.\melia Hopkins, 231. 
.\melia J. Barnuni, 

228. 
Amelia L.. 41-- 
.Amelia M.. }.}.\. 
.Amelia Rolir. /,7i. 
.\mey Clarke, 82. 
Amey (Javitl. 42. 
Amorilla Cnl!in<. 381. 
.\mos, 102. 122, 274. 

.Amos S.. 212. 
Amv, 3.S, 34. 78. 82. 
83, 84, 1.38. 14 ». ifo. 

209, 239. 248, 24<). 



i'.abcock, .Amy .A. (Jilcs, 

2(/). 

Ainv Angell, 138. 
.Amv ("ard, i^T,. 
Amy Clark, 208. 
Amy 1)., 391. 
.Amy I'"... 379. 
Amy K. Preston, 341. 
Amy Gavin, 121. 
Anjy Green, 92, 374. 
Amy (jreene, 138. 
Amy L., 345. 
Amy Morgan, 1^14. 
Amv Van Horn, 279. 
Amy W. Crandall, 168. 
.Amy Warner, 183. 
.Anali v., 533. 
.\ndre\v, 29, 117, 175, 

205, 432. 
Andrew II., 432. 
Andrew J., v. xxiii, 

xxvi. 58, 172, 361, 

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.Anga llain, 373. 
.Anucline. 170, 204, 366. 
.Angeline Langworthv, 

289. 
Angeline R., 266. 
Ann, 12, 24. ZZ' 35. 30- 

58, 93, 95. 108, 122. 

131, 179, 183, 189. 

209, 542, 548. 350. 
Ann A. Crandall, 39''^- 
.Ann .Almy, 193. 
.Ann Ayers. 37.S. 
.Ann Davis, 291. 
.\im V... 314. 348. 
.Ann v.. Henison, 2l6. 
.Ann II., 136. 
.Ann J. renticld. 411. 
.Ann M., 1A3. 193. 
.Ann MaxsDii. 30. 
.Ann Pendleton, 29. 
.Ann T.. 239. 
Ann White. 161. 
.Ann Wriglit, 12S. 
.Anna, 30. 38, 76, 77- 

105, 116, 123. l?'"^- 

183. 212, 22.1, 264. 

--79, 2C0. 392. 4^1 • 
.\nna (B."), 62. 178. 
Anna .A. Rogers, 204. 
Anna Avery. 33, S^^- 
.Anna C. Smith. 127. 
Anna F... 48^1. 
.Anna K. Stimp-^on. 323 
.\nna F.. 271. 
Anna F. Garland. 47-''- 
Anna Ga\itt. ^2, i-*o. 

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Anna Jaiiu's, Jjd. 
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Anna Maxson, 75. 
Anna Mimr, ijij. 
Anna J'lninli, 51. 
Anna K. \\il-»Mi, . 1.^.5. 
Anna Stcaflni.iii, id;. 
Anna 'J"lii)nii)Miii, ,57, 

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Anna Wilcox, i.i''. 

Anna W Dixlwiinl, 17.5. 
AnncUc, 2<)0. 
Annellc ]'>., _'S'). 
Annie, 176, 24 J, Jji. 
Annie A., 4<'t(j. 
Annie B.. .^.v"~!. .jSi. 
Annie I'till, 154. 
Annie Cliaiiii>liii. .v^^-i. 
Annie I )er 1 \ -W"/. .j.k;. 
Annie DiitT, 308. 
Annie K., 417. 
Annie K. Ma^liee. 2J2. 
Annie K. Nellierland, 

339- 
Annie l£nnis, 261. 
Annie G., 382. 
Annie (".;ite<. 51)4. 
Annie (Iriin-^Iiaw , 2.S<). 
Annie 11.. 231. 
Annie Klinifeltre. 4,53. 
Annie L., 535. 
Ainiie M., 431. 529. 

M. Silvey. 320. 
M. Thoni;)son, 



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Morley. 3S0. 

S. Dickey. 370. 

Scliarl.'.iic. \('.o. 

Watson. 44'.. 
Annis I'crpnson, 271. 
Ansil, 178." 
Anson, 164. 
An St ice. 133. 
Antoiiietle Urand. .-,^4. 
Aransa, 165 
Arcelia ^^. Crittenton, 

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A roller. 31)4. 
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I'.alicocl;, .\rclne 1!., 405. I 
Arcliie 15., 4113. 
Archie J"., 451. 
Areiio I.. 28J. 
Arinue, i()7. 
.'\rloene O., 2i/j. 
Arlmiine, 37'). 
.Arincda JC, 171. 
Arniinda, 177 
A r in i II i a 

23 •■ 
.•\rnold, 136. 
Arnold V... .jio. 
A r s e n t li a 1 ) 

Unfiles, 157. 
Arllinr, 315, 431 
Arlliur C, 395. 
.Arthur K., 515 
Arthur II., 40.' 
Arthur 1 

517- 
Arthur Iv., 2<)7. 
Artiinesia M.. 31)3. 
Asa, 46, 47 (<i. 

140, 148, 187. 

238. 3-^4- 
•Asa Piu.shnell, 78. 
Asahel C. 241. 
.\ s;iel L. 464. 
Ashcr M.. ir,9. 
.\slur Miner. 51. 
.■\t 1 1. ilia, 27<). 
.AiifTUst. 280. 
Au!.,'U--ta, 438. 
.•\uKusta Boico. 432. 
Augusta J. Dickie. 435 
Autjusta \\'.. 443. 
.Augustus. 74, 242. 
Aui^u>tus L).. 467. 
Autru^tus P.. 304. 
Aufrustus S.. 304. 
Aureha. 72. 
.\uriln. 171. 
.\uslin. ^J<'>- 
.Austin ,A.. 414. ' 
Austin II.. 308. 
Ava Kaul'mau. 327. 
.Avery, nx). 
Avery C. 340. 
.Aviliia. 221). 403. 416. 
Avilda (B.). 403. 
Azariah. 280. 
A z a r i a !i Tenl)rn(ik 

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.Azul>ah l^odye. 2<)i. 
r.. F. B.. 286. 
B. Pratt, -^^o. 
Bnn.Hli-ll. 63. 
Barhara, 163. 
Barhara Burdick. *)(}. 



557 

a h c o c k, Barbara F. 

Clark. 421. 
Barhara M., 181. 
l5aMl P.. 537. 
Balh^Iulni, J8i. 
Batlishcba Pendleton, 

117. 
Beatrice, 395. 
I'eiinda, iCl. 
Bi iij.iiiiin, 12, 13, 89. 

9S, 126, 146, 159, 253, 

4.?6. 
Benjamin C, 472. 
I'll iij.imin D., 516. 
Bciij.iiHin I"., 152, 215, 

!!. iijainin P., 144. 
Benjamin S., 130, 447. 
P.i iijamm T., 2X3. 
I'leiij.imin W'., 143. 
Beri.ih, 87. 170. 
Bernice V.., 434. 
Bert, 404. 
Bertlia, 432. 472. 
Bertha .A. Pea^e, 313. 
Bertlia Bhikely, 394. 
Bertlia L., x^^, 375- 
Bertha Lillian, 3^)0. 
P.ertie K., 432. 
Bertram, 2<>S, 502. 
Bos J., 437. 
Bessie, 283. 439. 
Bessie A., 414- 
Bessie II.. 296. 
Be>sic J. Gales. 419. 
Betliiah. 41, 80, 246, 

428. 
Bctluiel C 462. 
Bct>ey. 72, 94, 122, 142. 

154, 130. 194. 
Betsey A.. 331, 432. 
Betsey Avery. 439. 
Betsey lUiIfmch. 164. 
Betsey C. .169. 
Betsey Dorinan. 21 1. 
Betsey E.. 17Q. 485. 
Betsey M.. 235. 
Betsey Main. 100. 
Betsey Parmlee. 141. 
Betsey Vnpc. 1 48. 
Betsey Searl. 139. 
Betsey W.. 2C6. 
Bet-cy Warner, 339. 
P.'.ttie. 246. 
Betty. 79. 
BilliuR^. 114- 
Birdie M. Ken von. 

P.irpc T... 308. 
Blake B.. ^18. 



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Blanche AUknliolY, 

49.?. 
Blaiidie O., 374. 
Hlaiicl)c S. Sturtfvant. 

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Blariiliiia Staiitnii. yjj. 
Boiiidaii A., :.'66. 
I'rayloii R., 174. 
Bri(If;it B. liruu iiiii},', 

Broiisuii, 491. 
Briico. 431. 
lUicI II., 4.^'. 
Burdct. 165. 
Biirf 1)., 475. 
Burton. 4.^3. 
Burtcin M., 306. 
C. C. 371. 
Caleb. 92. 
Calisia ]■'.. 403. 
Calista l'\>r<lliaiii. 318. 
Gallic M.. 4S(). 
Caiiulen II., 179. 
Camilla. 505. 
Caiid.icc. 205. 
Candi- L. Taylor, 501. 
Carl. 472. 
Carlos, 430. 
Carlton !£., 435. 
Caroline. 132. 140. 151. 

165, 184. 221. J,]S, 

312. 470. 521. 
Caroline A. Mcdinnis, 

39.3-. 
Caroline .\. .Saniiders. 

517- 
Caroline Aniesbiiry, 

407. 
Caroline Baldwin. 43'). 
Caroline Bnrdick. 37S. 
Caroline C. Lathrop. 

44-4. 
Caroline P.. 307, 
Caroline IC. \^. 

3-'4-. 
Caroline K. Wheeler. 

Caroline GitTord. 489. 
Caroline L. G h c s - 

bronj^h. 204. 
Caroline l.araw.iy. 202. 
Caroline Lee. 204. 
Caroline P. Ad-inT?, 

517- 
Caroline 
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Caroline 

316. 



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Rou^e. 315. 
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Babeock, Carolton C, 

3«7. 
Came, 175, x\^. 
Carrie A., 308. 
Carrie A. C h e s c - 

brout;h, 434 
Carrie A. Cireen 
Carrie B., 490. 
Carrie S.. .ji2. 
Carrie 1). Wally, 
Carrie E 

472. 
Carrie E. 

435- 
Carrie L., 
Carrie L. 

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Carrie 
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C.irrici II., 530. 
Casper W.. 214 
Cassie M., 518. 
Cassius C, 282 
Catherine, 20; 

401. 
Catherine A.. 329 
Catherine A. Mills, 

341- . 
Catherine A 

252. 
Catherine A 

286. 
Catherine B., 
Catherine Bellin- 

Rer, 336. 
Catherine C. Lynde. 

259- . 
Catherine Ca-ey. 232. 
Catherine Derosie. 203. 
Catherine E.. 380. 
Catherine E. Butler. 

3.V'^. . 
Catherine E 

336. 502. 
Catherine E 

(B.). x^G. 
Catherine (I 

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Catherine 

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Tlill. 161. 
Hilt-. -Hi). 
Catherine Keller. ^1;. 
Catherine M. Wells, 

383. 
Catherine McGregor. 
247. 



Babcoek. Catherine 

Khcinhardt. 210. 
Catherine Rhudt--. j^-. 
Catherine Robbin. 

187. 
Catherine S., 474. 
Catherine T. McWil- 

lianis, 446. 
Catherine W., 268. 
Cecelia Kennedy. 2S0. 
Cele.stiiie G. CoolTnian, 

4.39- 
Celia, 229, 292. 
Celia A., 301. 
Celia A. Kinsley, 433. 
Celia Kellofig. 173. 
Celia Wilbur. 135. 
Cecilia E.. Lewis, 491. 
Cecilia M. Davis, 482. 
Ghamplin. 80. 
Charily Maxson, 157. 
Charles, 84, 100, 117. 

144, 146, 

173. 180, 

206, 209, 

242. 244, 

3f>7. 320, 

.384. 389. 

487, 489, 
Charles A.. 

515. 
Charles B., 250. 476. 
Charles C. 231, 3^7- 
Charles D., 532. 
Charles E., 237. 320. 

370, 471. 503. 533 
Charles E. P.. 426. 
Charles F.. 204. 370. 
Charles IL, vi, 18.). 

261. 294. 306. 3i'- 

.->,7(^^. 517. 525- 
Charles II. P.. 39i- 
Charles I.. 376. 
Charles J., 130. 454 

479. 
Charles L.. 327. 443 

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151. 
204. 


231, 

265. 


241. 
290. 


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Charles 

516. 
Charles 

412. 477. 
Charles R 
Charles S.. 
Ciiarles T., 
Charles W 
Charlotta. 
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r.aLcock, Cliarlollc. .^5, Bahcock. CIari-,-a I'alin- Cabcock, Cynthia, 90. 

i22, 2(/). 31.V A^JJ- IT. 165. 109, \().\. 25^1, jSO, 

Cliarloltc Hall, 3J_'. Clark, 52, uo. 123, 31.S. 334. 

C h a r I o t t L- C r a 11- 265. Cynthia Iv, 21S, 43.J. 

da!!, J 19- Clark II.. 329. Cyniliia 1 1., 244. 

Clmrlottc 1)., 2S3. Clary, .103. Cyiilhia llickc-\. 147. 

Charlotte II., 452. Clary J. Wiliox. 376. Cviithia N., 141. 

Charlotte Jrish, 406. Claud I"., 531. Cynthia Weld, jX^. 

Charlotto .M. .Stod- Claude. 23a Cyrus, 86. 

dard, 326. C'laudo !!., 174. Cyrus C, \o(>, 184. 

Charlotte Odell, 205. Claudius, 230. t^j^. 

Charlotte K. liromley, Clayton J'., 305. Cyrn.s \\'., 404. 

424 Cleinantine \\cli>ter, Dai.sy Burdick, 447. 

Charlotte T.. .(14. 23.S. Dain'ariu'^, 207. 

Charlotte '1'. J.ippeu- Clcopha."^, 279. Da m a r i u s Cran<lall, 

cott, 281. Clinu-na Innersol, 171. 134. 

Chaunccy, 126. Cliniena Sheldon, loi. Daniel, vi, 9, 29, 30, 

Chester, 160. Clinton 1... 524. 35. 61, 63, 75, 8<;, 

Cliloc, ifX), 335- Clyde, 441. 107, 109, no, 112, 

Chloe ]5i>,l)ee, 209. Clyde E., 516. 113, 114, 123, 124, 

Chloe l^avis, 108, no. Colfax S., 282. 134. 135. 13?), 154. 

Christiana, 247. Comfort, 54. 170, 193, 194, 107. 

Christi.ina (iroal, \')\. Content, (>3. 550. 201, 203, 211, 248. 

Christiana Smith, lud. Content Max-^on I'lah- 262, 274, 321. 347. 

Christine I'-ond.i, 318. cock, 15. 54.S. 348. 446, 547, 549. 

Christine lloddie, 214. Content Totter, 113, Daniel A., 170. 

Christoplier. 38, 39, 72, 114. Daniel B.. 173. 

77, 78, 80, III. 112, Cora, 503. Daniel C, 228, 345. 

113. 137. 138, Ml- Cora A., 311, 379- 381. 

224. 233, 258, 435. Cora ChafTee. ^oC). Daniel F... 480. 

Christoi)her I).. 235. Cora K. Norton. 476. Daniel I-.. y>0. 

Christopher J.. 239. Cora L.. 457. Daniel II.. "245. 

Christopher S., 340. Cora M., 502. Daniel J.. 221". 

3-41- Cora V. Isham. 303. iXaniel 1,., 230, 1,77, 

Clara. 258, 381. 425, Cordelia L.. J-:,,^. :^7^. 383. 

520, 529. Corean Bailey, 182. Daniel N., 149. 

Clara I). Connor. 3.-9. Cornelia, 373. Daniel S.. 446. 

Clara K., 321. 345. Cornelia A.. 402. Daniel W.. 533. 

Clara 1'., 221. Cornelia A. Rockwell. Daphcnc, 321.' 

Clara J., 360. 371. 399. Darius 101, 153, 154. 

Clara G.. 251. Cornelia F.. 391. l^arton L.. 339. 

Clara L., 230, 515. Cornelia F. Franklin. Daui)hin, 430. 

Clara L. Curtis, 501. 391. David. 20. 21. 46. 48. 

Clara N.. 441. Cornelia S. Mings. 243. 49, 60. 79. i<7, 8<). 90. 

Clara S.. 493. Cornelia Scott, 328. 93. 94, 118, 146. 154. 

Clara Way, 279. Cornelius, 232. 155, 156. 183. 206. 

Claic ]•... 259. Corneliu> F.. 488. 245. 254. 269. 280, 

Clarence, 515. Cornelius S.. 281. 370. 551. 552. 

Clarence II.. 375. 429. Corolis. 292. Daviij j\.. 255" 

Clarence L.. 380. Corringfon. 91. David D., 2c38. 

Clarence S.. 306. Corrinpton M.. 258. David J., 15 v 

Clarence V.. 261. Corydon. 50J. David M.. 334. 

Clarinda. 122. Courtland. (>7. 215. 251. I^avid S.. 217. 218. 39;. 

Clarissa. 165. 170. 328. 394. Davis. 278. 

Clarissa (B.>. 170. Courtland (i.. 392. Dayton, 4.;8. 

Clatissa Ben i a m i n. Courtland S.. 230. 394. Dc drand D.. -21. 

'-9^. Courtland W.. 39-^ Deallon F.. 36S. 

Clarissa Chapin. 251. Courtney V.. 380. Dehorah. 19. 43. 44. 45. 

Clarissa CIoui;h. 245. Crissy J. Decker, 433. 98. iiR. 249.' 

Clarissa Crandall. ^j,^. Curtis, 164. Deborah A., 247. 





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B a b c o c k, Dcljorah P..it.L-oiU. Dorcas IVik- Bahcock, Edward ! 

KnowIfS, 2j\. liam, 150. 401, 443, 465, 51:;. 

Dfburali StalToid, Tx). Doris, 388. Edward !m., 516. " t j 

Dcborali Tell, Jii. D<jiis I£., 513. Edward O., J31. ; j 

Deforest, 173, 5i(). Dorule^ki J\. I'crhins, Edward 1'., 150, 2fjS. ' 1 

Delevan, -VJ- -'93- 453- { ' 

Dclevan J., 459. Dorolliy, 375, 407. I-.dward S., 242, 517. ] • 

Delia, 4()<i. Domtliy Key. 13. ]''dwar«I W ., 222, 2},\. 

Delia M. Sweet, 4()8. Dosia Lipiieiuott, 276. _'5i, 405. "' ^■ 

Deliglil 15, i-'o. Douglas, 2_M. E.dwiii, vi. 143, 171. 

Deliliali Moiiityre, iGr. Dove, 210. 1S4. 20Q, 250, 2-2. 

Delilah, 415. Dow, 1.^5 280, },},(>, 345, 40;. , , 

Delisa, 27-". Draiier. 2S5. 483, 4S9. ' \ • 

Deliveraiice. 4S, -j^j. Dni>illa, 13S. 1' dwiii A.. 303, 373. 4S3 I ' 

Deli, 2ij2. Driisilla Robinson, 144. I!dwin C. 394. } ! 

Delia I'cal, 2},2. Diiaiic Perry, 419. i'dwiu G., 504. I 

Delmer, 462. Dudley, 127, 128, 155, Edwin J., 405. • 

Deios O., I5<j. 3K9. ICdwiii M., 336. f*' 

Deinsa, 284. DnUe, J.. 2C8. ICdwiii O., 378. 

Dcinsey SlaiUon, (14. Deiiiali R., 410. Edwin 1'., 302, 436. j 

Dcnison, 46, 90, 147, Dwif;iu, 2(X), 290. JCdwin S., 469. j 

170, 393- DwiKlit I., 205. Eitic, 431- 

Deiiison A., 121. DaiglU S., 2'>5. I^ffic 1',.. 305. > , 

Dcodalus, 243. v.. A. Diniond, 319. VJWq V. Eackcy, 527. i 

Desire, 58, 124, 133, IC. Juinice, 370. l^Oie Simpkins, 282. ? 

213. liari, 472. Eidon II., 303. j 

Desire killings. 60. Earl A., 445. Eleanor, 129, 221, 518. f 

Desire IC. 147. Earl 15., 514. Eleanor A. Xigiiiin- | , 

Desire EI(lrid}4:e, 147. I^arl C, 338. K'lle, 525. 

Desire Erink. 125 Jiarl D., 5(6. Eleanor C. Clark, 401. 1 ; 

Dcssic, 2S0. Eber, 164. J-Ileanor L., 281. \ 

Devolson, 387. Electa Alexander, loi. I-'Ieanor Seeiey, 504. ! • 

Dewane D., 2ijf^. Edgar L.. 304. Eleanor X'orliis. if.;. ^ 

Dewitt. 203. Jidiili. 30f). 391.435.439. F^lectra Bo>twick, I47- 5- 

Diana E., 270. Edith (B. ),435. Elery, 205. | 

Dianthe, 142. Edith A.. 433. Elixe'n E," 291. 1 

D i c (I a ni a Douglass, Editli B Potter. 278. Eli, 165. i 

130. Edith II.. 45-' EH L.,'273. • 

Dina, 164. Edith L. Snider, 410. Elias, 39. 53, 54. 7'^. ' 

Dollie, 381. Edith M., 257. 137, 182. 184. 23.;. t 

Dolly S. Wo.ulin, 273. I'dith P. Dove, 502. 235, 272, 324. 377. « 

Dolly Scott. 113. Edith R., 445. 415, 540. . 

Dolly Stanton. i8<). Etlilii Tucker. 431. Elias L.'. 377, 378. { 

Dolph I... 372. Editli v.. 317. Elihu. 10. i6l 22. -'3. k 

Donald S.. 437. 527. Edmond H., 440. 49. 75, 94, 102. iVy- \. 

Donna C. 443. h'dmond E., 533. 383, 54J. 546. i 

Dora Beach. 418. Edmund. 255, 267. Elijah. 104. 105. . 

Dora Bristol, 403. Edimind J., 173. Elijah C. 285. f 

Dora Clark. 2f;9. E.dna, 307. Elisa, 117. 430. t 

Dora E.. 523. Edna A., 373. Elisabeth Merril. i--'^- 

Dora E., 472. Edna E., 516. Elisabeth Miller. 245 

Dora C 530 Edna G., 517. Elisha. 20. 48, 8<). I5'- ' 

Dora Gilburi. 214. Edward. 89, 175. 221. 551, 552. ■; 

Dorana Rand.ill. 164. 231. 242, 239, 290, Elisha G.. 371. \ 

Dorcas, 47. 31. 60, 61, .^^'o, 482. Elisha S . 14^ 409. # 

88, Cf(\ 130. ir.i. Edward .\., 338. ICIisha \V., 231. } 

Dorcas (li.). 4), 47. ICdward B., 221. 443. Eliza, (^k8. i i.X, 136. l''-- j 

60. 477- 213. 226. 24.2. -A'-- I 

Dorcas Brown. '■'<o. ?,-j. Edw.ird D., 165, 392, 233. 318. 335, 3.C- * 

Dorcas lloxie. 131. 427. 4(12. 1 



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Eli/a A. Biouii, .vjo. Clark, 150. .'56. W right. 149- 

Eliza A. Ilo.loy, 3o<). i:ii/aboih Clarke, 386. IClizabftb Wyman, 199. 

Eli/a Andrews, 3_'i. i:ii/abctli Cotlrcll. 80. Jiiizur, -•34. 

Eliza Clapi), yS. Kli/abcib D. IIuHiimii Elkaimab, 63, 64, 76, 

Eliza Curli-s, 176. Sluut. I57- '-'-> ^M- 

Eli/a Dyer. 100. Elizabeth Davis, l5-^ l-lki, I75. 404. 497, 50-'. 

Eliza I'iy, -'oo. 278. lilla A., 308. 

l-:iiza Glover, 156. IClizabelh Douyhty, b-lla A. Robin -on, 419. 

Eliza lliilp/. 564. 403. Ella liakcr, 4.S_'. 

Eliza J., 4.S7. i:iizabrth E., 460. Ella C, 3-'(j. 

ICliza J. Cannon, 3 vj. Elizabeth b'ra/ier, 156. Ella J., _'^i, 377. 37^. 

Eli/a L., 282. J-;ii/abeth I"rink, 430. i:ila J. (B), ^7^. 

Eliza E. Clark, 300. l-llizabeth Eurrow, 15S. lilla L., 429, 447. 

Eliza Lii>pencotl, jXj. ICIizabeth (I. 329. Ella L. Barne->, 434- 

Eliza Me(iref,'(>r. 217. Elizabeth Gillette. 265. l"-lla M-, 479. A^'- 

Eliza MoNitt, 234. IClizaluili II.. 25S. lUia M. Nort(jn, 387. 

Eliza Nelson, I2V Elizabeth Haas, 412. Ella I'arks, 307. 

Eliza r., 217. ' ICIizab'.th Hall. 19, -^i- i^'ki I< . 281. 

Eliza Totter, 3S3. Elizabeth Hansom, Ella S. Butler, 536. 

Eliza S. Newtoii, Xi,f^). 43i- I^"'» Williams. 206. 

Eliza Scott. 118. Elizabeth Hardinan, Ellen A., 209, 4O7. 

Eliza Shellield. 31 V I59. Ellen B., 230, 263, 492. 

Eliza Snyder, 274. Elizabeth Hull, 43. Ellen Bron^on, 2,27. 

Eliza T., 127. I':iizabctli Ini,Mlls, 270. Ellen C. Coni:,tock. 

Eliza Wells, y-^l,. l-:!izabeth J.. 37i- 3«6. 

Eliza Wheeler. 412. l-Llizabelh Jeffries. 49. Ellen C. John-^on. 424. 

Elizabeth. 6. 8. 12, i:iizal>etii L. James. 33^. I-:ilen IC, 432. 

13. 14, 21. 2(). 43. 1-Jizabeth E a p h a m, l^llen Gardner. 430. 

47. 48, 30. ^3. (o. 261. lillen L. Htmt. 174. 

61, 63, 77, 78,^80. 81. Elizabeth M.. 277, 303. b.lUn L. llurll.iit. 242. 

82, 85, 89, 91, 93, ]i;iizabclh McCorniick, l^llcn M. Carter. 242. 

112, 143. 144. M^). 277. ICllen Price, 467. 

14S, 151. 15O, 179. E.lizabeth Nash, 426. I'JIen S., 152. 

187, 231, 232, 238, i:iizabeth \oycs, 148. Ellen W., 394. 

240, 246. 254. 2vX) Elizabeth P.. 323. Ellis B., 335. I 

283, 313. 326. .5'K). Elizabeth P. Brooks, Elnia R. Walker, 182. ] 

390, 433. 461. 332. 391. ICImer, 205. t 

Elizabeth A.. 314. 480. Elizabctii Palmer. 107. Elmer E.. 266. j 

Elizabctii A. Trcvr.r- r.lizabclli Perry. 48. Elmira, 167, 201, 203. 

rah, 373. b:ii/al)etli Plumb, j^. Elmira ( B. ). 201. 203. { 

Elizabeth A. L'pj<'hn, I'.lizabeth Poe. 402. Elmira Burdick. 161. ' 

244. I'.lizabeth R.. 214. Elnatlian W., 102. 313. | 

Elizabeth Adam-. 117. Elizalnih R. Merrill, 480. ■ 

Elizabeth Almv. 194. 492. Eloisc C. 273. 

Elizabeth Baill-.il. 15. IClizabeth S.. 214, 218, Eloise M., 3«3- 

16. 316. 338. 425. Elorus W., 205. 

Elizabeth Barber. 140. Elizabeth Saunders, Elscy, 83. « 

Elizabeth B.issett. :{2C\ 13. Elsie, 291, 317. 

Elizabeth Beers. 83. Elizabeth Stuart. 180. Elsie A., 291. 469. 

ICIizabeth I'.rand. 370. I'"lizabeth T.. 304. I^lsie Gail. 317. 

Elizabeth Bnnvn. (.o. Eli/abith T. Kenyon. Elsie M. Preston. 439. 

Elizabctii C. 232. .128, 130. El^ton D., .303. 

303. Elizabeth W.. 199. Elviua. lOO. | 

Elizabeth C. I'ranklin. IClizabeth W. Porter, Elvira L. Baker, 174. ' 

.^00. 474- El wood F., 232. . 

Elizabctii Cahnon, .80. I-.ii/abeth Wells. 178. I^.lytie I-.. 53f«. | 

Elizabeth Cany. 213. IClizabcih White. 2(13. I'.malinc Saycr. 278. J 

Elizabeth C li a p- Elizabeth Williams, I'.meline, 101,213.248. ' 

man. 491. 102. 386. 

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ICincIinf C, 5J5. 
iunclinc JC, 410. 
J'jncliiic M., 19-|. 
I'jnclinc ]'iUc, i.j.V 
lOiiicliiic Siiiilli, 437. 
H in c 1 i II c T li f> 111 p- 

son, 210. 
lunciu'lta J., 277. 
]*'iiicrancy, JW). 
Ijiicry J., 45S. 
ICinilus W., 374. 
I'linily, 104, 114, Ij6, 

200, 2_'4. 27'>, .^KJ, 

4.?o. 443. 5-^>- 
lunily A., 4yo. 
Emily A. l^unlick. 31'). 
JCmily ]U).irilin:iii. _'4S. 
ICinily Brnwii. 4^, 234. 
Emily C. G<-)c)clrich, 

525. 
I'-niily ]•:., 324, 3.^4. 
luiiily I*"., 294, 320. 
luiiily Eriiik. 24(). 427. 
I'liiiily L., 17S. 
Emily M., 32^ 
Emily M. Hall. 217. 
Emily M. Malthic, J^^t. 
Emily McDaiiiiK. 171. 
lunily Nichols, 314. 
Emily Roicc 200. 
Emily Si)crry, 43R. 
Emily W., 220. 
Emma, 46. 126. 153, 

224, 279. 430. 
Emma A. Carter. 297. 
Emma Bciitlcy. 316. 
Emma Cummin^. 292. 
Emma 1)., 471. 
Emma E., 4i?3. 
Emma II., 211. 402. 
Emma Iiigraliam. 376. 
Emma J.. 433, 301. 
Emma E., 131, 203, 

360. 
Emma L. ParmciUcr, 

294. 
Emma L. Wclirman. 

527. 
E m m a Laiiguorthy, 

226. 
Emma M. Saw. 404. 
Emma Mortimer. ;yjS,. 
Emma \. Gimull. 3S0. 
Emma Pot tor, 470. 
Emma Ivicliiiidnd. k\C\ 
Emma S.. 43 }. 
Emma Snyder. 403. 
Emmet E.. 417. 



Index. 

Jiahcuck, Emogciic, 383, 
514. 
f-.iiiogcuc M., 289. 

ICMK.gCIlC S., 38J. 

iMuoiy, 134. 
Jjiiory ])., 29.J. 
Iviinietla, 2.S0. 
J'jios, I5«, 431. 
Eiios J., 273. 
ICphraim, >'.-,, 123, 132, 

136, 149- " 
E|)Iuaim S., 168. 
Eraslii>, 182, 293. 
Erastus I'., 521. 
l>astiis \V., 384. 
J'lri D., 315. 
Ernest, 303. 519. 
iLrnest li., 375. 
Ernest E., 281. 
ICrven S.. 41)3. 
ICrviiig O., 473 
ICrwin E., 4^S. 
l-r/ula O.. 214. 
ICssie E., 370. 
l':.-,tella Dean. 489. 
Estella (jreen. 2)^3. 
i'lstclla Spravtli. 402. 
l-:slelle M., 478. 
Esther, 36. O2, 74, 12C1. 

131, 132, 182, 260, 

282. 
Esther Rillinss, 1 14. 
l!!>lher Brewer, 424. 
]*lsther Cohl), 102. 
Esther Cogsiicll, 464. 
Esther Cole, 233. 
Esther Crandall, (M. 

64. 
l-.siher Davis, 405. 
Esther Iv, 212. 
Esther Eish. 212. 
I-lsther II., 91, 130. 
Esther Harrison. 250. 
Esther ITa/ard. 33. 
INtlier O-tramler. 94. 
Estlicr P., 333. 
Esther Spragnc, 183. 
Esther Stanton. 74. 
Esther V., 300. 
Ethan A.. 147, 296. 
luhan B., 97, 130, 160. 
Ethan E.. 440. 
Ivthel. 4^8. ^26. 
Ethel J.' 48.). 
luhel \... 306. 4-^^ 
I'thel M.. 327. 
F.ttie M. Smith, 472. 
Ettic y\. Winchester. 

433- 
EiiRcnc E., 517. 



iJabeock, Eugene J., 433. 
Eugene J.., 527. 
luigenc K., 477. 
llugeiiia, 530. 
Juigenia L. Lewis, 300. 
luila M., 435- 
ICunice, 47. 48, 51, (',_>. 

78, 79- 123. 12O, 172, 

203, 209, 223, 267, 
,313, 537. 552. 
I'lmiee A.. 411, 536. 
luinice Billings, 49. 
lumicc E., 174, 32C. 
Ennicc K. Palmer, 228. 
Eunice Ilaskins, 135. 
Eunice L., 247. 
Eunice Maine, 317. 
Eunice Newell, 289. 
ICunice R<ji)hin->, 188. 
lumice S., 168, 432. 
Eunice S., 432. 
JCunice Sniilh, 173. 
Eunice Stephens, 370. 
luinice Wilcox, 315. 
luiphemia, 275. 
[■Iva J J., 339. 
l-lva Bostford, 429. 
JCva ]•".. 433. 
Eva Ilarier, 480. 
Eva K., 481. 
Eva S., 215. 
I'Zvaline Carris. 454. 
l^vclena. 320. 
Evclena Denison. 392. 
I'lvcline. 161. 1S3. 192. 
Evelyn M. Bowan, 490. 
Everett C, 400. 
Everzallinc, 462. 
Evonelle, 445. 
Exjieriencc, 30, loi. 
I'lxperiencc Brown, 97. 
Experience C o b u r n. 

103. 
Experience George, 

116. 
I-^zckiel, 49, 209. 212. 
l^xra. 9. 35. 97. 09. 130- 

163. if)8. 228, 24S. 
Ezra H.. 283. 
K/.ra S.. 303. 
V. .\zelia Castle. 303. 
I'aith E., 475. 
Faith v.. 473. 
Faimie, 206, 4^13. 
I'annie A., 418. 
I'aniiie Cross. 4^^- 
Fannie F. Richards, 

337; 

Fannie Walrod. 28S. 
Fanny, 78, 153, 179. 



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Babcock, F a n n y R. I'laLcock, Francis. 129, 

Starr. 254. 150, 175, 220, 50J. 

Fanny liurdick, J05. Francis B., 356, 337. 

Fanny E. Walrous, I'rancis Ci.. .jiSo, ^'t'^j. 

302. Francis H.. 2\i). 

Fanny I'on<I;i, .518. I-'rancis M., 210, ^Hj. 

Fanny Gallnp. 135. iMancis N., 222. 

Faiuiy I. Tctd. 33.S. Frank, liS, 20(), 2O9. 

Fanny J., 30S. 30S, 37S, .103, 430, 

Fainiy M., 47'J. 5-0- 457, 4('5. 4<J7. 4''^J- 

Fanny M.. 5-'0. I'rank C, 425, 512. 

Fanny I'card, .1S7. Frank 1).. 397, 3<>S. 

Fatniy Slociiin, tji. Iwank Iv, 412, 459, 

Fanny TifTt, i iS. 463. 4^)8, 5i(). 

Fanny Wc^t, 212. Frank H., 360, 441, 

I'ay, 436. 4S3. 

Fern, 460. I'rank- J., 202, 467. 

Fitcli, 179. I'raiik L., 472. 

Flora, 205. I'Vaiik 1'., 421, 477. 

Flora A. C<i<>n, 293. I'Vaiik \\' ., 265, 290, 

Flora Cook. S--- 3i^>- 

Flora 1). Mondy. 336. iMankiiii, 141, iK,S,'_'97, 

Flora !•:., ,\7a. •' 393. 

Flora I., vi, 4^8. Franklin I)., 304. 

Florence, 29<), ,\0[). 431, I'raiiklin II., 474. 

492, 503. 53_'. I'ranklin \... yn. 

Florence .A.. 374. 41S. Franklin N., 2O1. 

Florence II.. 413. I-'red, 303, 404, 458. 

Florence J. l.-ickc, 395. l-'rcd A., 477, 482. 

Florence M.. 527. Fred F.. 433. 

Florence M. Clan s, Fred II., 474. 

159. Fred L., 370, 523. 

Florence O., 37.1. l'"rcd O. Stowell, 454. 

Florence S h e r ni a n, I'red R., 380. 

416. Fred W., 503. 

Florence Skellie. 171. Freda Ru=sel, 430. 

Floriila Sweet, 210. Freddie, 312. 

Floyd A.. 435. Frederic, 407. 425. 

Forest M.. 2(f). I-Vederic H.. 377. 

Forrest I*"., 474. Frederick. 67, 8<'», 141. 

Forrest R., 474. 155. 221, 291. 320. 

Frances, 46, 69. 90. 91, Frederick A., 221, 3S9. 

148, 209. 214. 259, Frederick II., 412. 437, 

269. 315. 3<'^i- 524- 

Frances A.. 21S. 485. Frederick I., 376. 

Frances C, 312. Frederick M.. 243. 522. 

Frances D., 375. Frederick R., 429. 

Frances E., 485. Frederick S., 222. 242. 

Frances E. Hear d, Fretlerick \V., 339. 341, 

298. 412. 

Frances E. Maine. 317. IVccIuve Writrht. 471. 

Frances II., 298. kVonie II. .Marvin. 299. 

Frances J.. 149. Gardner. 46. 00, 209. 

Frances Jacol»s. 380. Garrison. 29S. 

Frances NI., 151. 258. G«an. 276. 

Frances Pierce. 2'V). Georpe. xwii. xxviii. 

Frances 'P.. 425. 11. 17, 19. 20. 21. 22. 

Frances V.. 293. t.^,. 45, 46. 85. 8^). 91. 

Frances V. Redman, i.l^ 135, 136. 133. 

421. T59, 175. 177. 184. 



Babcock, Geo. {con 


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209, 230, 244, 


245, 


251, 252, 254, 


332, 


?>2,i, 3.=i''j. 37«. 


3X4. 


406, 426, 447, 


457, 


522. 542. 551, 


552. 


fJeorK'e A.. 243. 


2(>H, 


289, i^K 483. 




(^cort^e Aldr>cli, 2 


47. 


Gcorf^c V,., 425. 




Gef)ryc C, 227, 


321, 


4<j5- 




Cieor^e D., 256, 


412, 


4.3f>- 




Ceorpe I-.., 296, 5. 


23 


George F., 224, 


243. 


261. 




Georf^e ('•., 153, 


251, 


386. 




GeurRc II., 51, 


204, 


221, 300, 301, 


378, 


388, 412, 415, 


477- 


George K., 492. 




George L., 230, 


301, 


?,?,?,< 3.^f<- 




George M., 357, 


459. 


. 403- 




George N., 206, 


466. 


525. 




George O.. 4^'. 




George P., 92, 


145. 


172. 21.4. 269. 


446. 


(jeorge Page, 201 




(icorge R., 87, 


360. 


407- 




George S., 363, 


458. 


483. 




George T.. 445. 




George \V., 72, 


142. 


167. 216, 237, 


261, 


418. 427. 




Georgnnna Odell. 


320. 


Georgia. 39 f, 4.19. 




Georgia Wood in. 


38 r. 


Georgiana. 498. 




Gcrshani. 109. iio 




Gershain A.. j^t,C\. 




Gcrtrnde. 280, 387 




(iertrude E.. 449. 


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Gertrnrle II.. 4''>^' 




Gcrtrnde McCoy. 


514- 


flertrnde Rohl. 477- 


Gertrude S. IIasting<. 


426. 




Girleon. 20. 44. 4^1 


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81. 83. 00. 131. 




Gidron C. 147. 25 


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Gideon TI.. .397- 




Gideon P.. 257. 




Gilbert. 163. " 





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Gill^oii, 2CHJ. 
Cilcii L., 4\tj. 
Gordon M., 5-'-|. 
Grace, 56, 114. I'S- 

280, 3J3. 433. 440, 

46-', 4S9. 5J4- 
Graee A. Heap, 5.56. 
(iraee Ji.. 3S7. 
Gra^e K., 376, 407, 

Grace lliiukley, 94. 
(irace Isaac-. (0. 
Grace 1.., 413- 
Grace ReyiioM-, 471. 
Grace \V. Keriiucliaii, 

394- 
Graliain E.. 410. 
Graiuille S., J77. 
Giilll'ord C"., 410. 
Guliclma, 9J. 
Gurdoii, 94, IJI, -'09. 

(iiinloii K., 471. 
(iiirtlon v., 130. 
Guy B., 519. 
Guy v., 460. 
H. Klla Crumb, 401. 
H. l.ee, 401. 
Hanulen R., 37J. 
Haniilton, 20'). 
Hamlin. 131. 
IlampUm C., 133. 
llaimali. S, u. 13. 3.'3. 
43. 51. (_'. 64 (8. 72. 

74. 75. ^3 n ^ 

99, 102. 
122, 124. 

139. 
182. 
228, 
271, 



119. 
128. 

141. 
183. 
229, 

280. 



95. 
120, 
132, 
145. 

223. 
241. 
381. 



135. 
164. 
226, 

260, 

437- 
Hannah A.. 153. I7(), 

194. 260, 347. ' 
H a n n a li A. Witter. 

480. 
Hannali V>.. 251. 
Hannah l?arl>er. 182. 
Hannali Bill Co.itcs. 

13. 14- 
Hannah Bru-io. 163. 
Haimah l.iirdick. 99. 

124 
Hnnnali Champlin. 72. 

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Hannah rro^<. 93. 
/laiuKih I"... 140. 
Hannah K. Maine. 447. 



Index. 

)ci)ck. 1 l.ninali 1 1.,2(«>. 
laimah Hazard, 2O2. 
1 a n n a li Hendricks, 

103. 
laiinali I,ewi?, 102. 
1 a n n a h M. Wells, 

3-^2. 

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laniiah 

lannali i'., I4<), 245. 

-'r.7. 

lannah 1'. {]'>.), 149. 
lannah K., 408. 
I a n n a It R. Brown, 

145- 
lannah Reynolds, 159. 
I.innah Rhodes, 134, 
lann.ih Rich, 133. 
lannah Richanls, 199. 
lamiah S., 212. 
lannah Stanton, 30. 
I a n n a h Thonip>on, 

122. 
lannah \V., 179. 
i.mn.ih Wiliiani.s. 204. 
iaroid, 36<), 375, 51S. 
larold A., 4?5. 

3^7- 
407. 

■ 37-i- 
434- 
437- 
280. 



lar.ild B. 
larold 1\, 
larold 11 
larold O. 
I an. Id P. 
lan.Id S.. 
larold W., 533. 
larriel, 33, 07. lOl. 
140, 164, 165. i6(j. 
223, 230. 251. 254. 
290, 295. 302. 3S(j. 
3S^. 421. 462. -t^^d. 
Harriet (B.). 1O6. 
1 larriet A., 269. 
llarrict A. Laiulphcre, 

373- 

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I '.irrut 
Harriet 

470. 
Harriet 

308. 
Harriet Arclior. 417. 
llarrict B. Cross. J^;^. 
Harriet Burticss. ;^j^7. 
Harriet Button. 
I larriot C, 440. 
I (arrict Coatcs, 
Harriet C'^lvin. 
I larrict Crohy. 
H.irrict n. Bcntlcv 

317- 
1 larrict Du I'ois, 
Harriet V... 2»/) 

344. ,^-2. 414. 



B a h c o c k, 1 larriel li. 
Bishi>[). 277. 
1 larriet E. H c 1 ni c r, 

531- 
l.iiriel 1'., 275, 331. 
Harriet Graves, 2()8. 
Harriet (Julhric, 230. 
Harriet Jackson, 357. 
Harriet L., 421, 454. 
Harriet J.cwis, 451. 
I larriet M., 424. 
Harriet M. Brusie, 

4(.4. 
Harriet M. Clarke, 

3<*t*- 
1 larriet .M. Crandall, 

237- 

l.irriel Mclntire, 232. 

larriet X., 172, 3S8. 

larriel Pa^e. 201. 

l.irriet P e 1 I o n, 161, 

239 

larrjct Price, 164. 
larriel K., 402. 
larriet Rohinson, 147. 
larriel S.. 324. 
l.irriet Shatiuck, 175. 
larriel Vosc, 379. 
larriel W.ilkcr. 126. 
larriette A., 258. 
I.irrictte E., 306. 
larri.s. 100. 
Harrison L., 436. 
larry, 67, 117, 147- 
183, 2t2, 220. 30S. 
318. 406. 
larry A., 371. 
larry C. 183, 257. 
Harry D., 335. 
Tarry J.. 524. 
larrv M.. 374. 
Tarry R.. 385. 
392. 
222. 
246, 



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370. 



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392. 



Tarrv S.. 
larry V.. 
fTarry W. 
Tarvcy. 432. 
Tat tic, 173. 203. 
Tat tie Da rely. 458. 
lattic !£.. 518. 
Tat tic G.. 313. 
Tattie K., 429. 
Tattie L.. 17S. 
Tattie Law. 178. 
[attic Phillip'^. 4I'» 
Tat lie Weaver. 4'"''^- 
laAard. i.iS. 
lelen. 214. 273. 2<)C 

:-^5- .193- 
Telen A., 401. 
Telen B.. 48.^- 



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Hahcock, Jltlui C". Aim I'..il.c<'ck, lkrlit.il I-. l'..iin(>ck. ld;i, 298. 

ray, 47'J 37-'. 37.5. 377- ^<-^^ A. Gaicb, 504. 

Helen IJ., 4^4- Herbert 11., 326. Ida li., 485. 

lleleii !•'. MorrLs, 30^1. llLrberi M.. 379. Ida Barton, 503. 

Helen Hunt, 505. Herhcri \\, 41-'. Ida Daniels, 483. 

Helen L., 4-'4. Herbert W., 451- Ida E., 291, 4()4. 

llclcii M., 384. -tfi;, lieiniaii C . 251. Iiia V.. Sis.son, 266, 

429. Herman \ ., 446. 482. 

Helen M. Clark<-. .\2o. Hernion, 205. Ida M. Si.^bon (B.), 

Helen M. Green, 41-'. IKrmon 1.. 421. 482. i 

Helen Negus, 3:,7. lli-rrick, 161. Ida Howard, 465. | 

llelen Roberts, 474 He>ler, 273. Ida J., 530. I 

Helen Rogers, 224. Hester Van Derzec, Ida L. Peck, 418. 

Helen V., 131. 27^. Iila M., 412, 431, 483. I 

Helen W.. .143. Hester Wortcndyke, Ida M. Chapman, 265. 

lielena Kimball. 396. 443. Ida M. Willey, 412. 

Heman A., 406. H c t t 1 e .\. iicekman, Ida Putnam, 357. j 

Hcman IC, 523. 379. Ida Stewart, 283. 1 

Heniiella A\erill, 291) Ikitif 1'.. Hynd-, 482. kla Temiilar, 305. « 

Jlcnrietta C., 171. Hetty A., 429. Idelle Richardson, 332. j 

lienrielta P. Keency. Hezi-kiah, 20, 47, 87, I!a 1... 327. 

44O. . 97, 145. 150, 1O2, Ina L.. 529. 

Henrietta RiuKii. 47.;. 163. 262, 531. 552. Inez. 173, 31C. 

Henrietta \an i'aiuii Hiram. 143, 136, 171, Inez A.. 5K). 

Taylor, 3-|8. 321, 322. Ira, 134. 133. 164. 

Henrietta \\ .. 301. Hiram A.. 411. Ira IV, 483. 

Henry, 64, (.3. dS. 7.1, Hiram \V., 3S3. Ira J., 532. 

84. 124. 127, 133, Homer P.., 178. Ira P., 172. 306. 

141, 134. 163. iC»6, Hiimcr C. 339. Ira P.. 283. 

174, 189. 209, 220. Horace, 163, 1S2. 2^^,. Irena Gilbert, 447. 

230, 239, 271, 316. 263. 322, 372. 380, Irene, 79. 

322, 3S4, 403. 434, 470. Irncss I-:., 477. 

474, 482, 303. Horace E., 500. Irving. 206, 395. 

Henry A.. 376. 424, Horace G., 215. Irving F., 2:^2. 

322. Horace TI., 438. Irving S., 175. 

Hemy P., 2S9. Horace M.. 214. Isaac, 42, 71, 118. 121, 

Henry C. 171. 17U. Horace S.. 292. 316. 209, 210, 292. I 

205, 418. 423. .42S. H(/ralio B.. 130. Isaac A., 2i77- I 

Henry D.. 173. 373, Horatio D.. 233. Isabel, 43. j 

377, 519, 520. Howard, 313. .}39, 334, I-;ibel Graham, 409. j 

Henry IC, 2fj2, 290, Howard P., 233. 434, I-abcl Hill, 277. j 

523. 444. Tsabell Davis. 281. 1 

Henry l*"., 4.17. Howard N., 443 I-abellc Brown Wood. ■ 

Henry G., 270. Howard P., 518. 323. t 

Henry H., 17S. 2^,2, Hoxic, 263. Isabellc H. Spaulding, 

251, 2>2S. A\2. Huph W., 176. 388. ♦ !• 

Henry L., 2(M\ Hnldah. 79, 131, 167, Isabellc Wells. 4^x3. , ; 

Henry M., 4^:1. 233, 288, 343. 446. Isabelle Woof. 332. : 

Henry N., 470. 32C). Hubl.ih ( P>.). 233. I'^adnre. 202. 

Henry ()., 232. 270. Huldah Burdick. 162. Isadnrc (P.), 276. 270. 

Henry P.. 413. llnblah (Ireen, 131. I<aiah. v. 28, 34. 549- 

Henry P.. 18-8, 211, lantba .'\.. 432. Ithamer. 292. 

477- laiitb.t \. r.nriel. ^},2. Itb.-imcr 1).. 164. | 

Henry S.. 326. lantha C. Hurlbut, Iva. 303. i 

Henry r, 230. .123. 420. J. .\ d c 1 1 e Blacknur, j 

Henry W.. 172. 221, Ichabod, 36, 37. 44. 383. j 

261. 40. 7?,. 74. 73. 81, J. i.c Roy, 317. 

Hepsibah H.. 3S3 83, ni. 112. i^:;, Jabez C. 224. { 

Herbert. 37S. 144, 183. 184. 2.47. Jabez W., 224. : 

Herbert A., 302. 249. Jabez Wight, 132, 133 j 



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HaI)Cock, Jackxiii, 437 


l<aI»coek. Jane Rose, 


Baltcock, J a n n a 


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Jacol), 138, 281. 


433- 


Doweil, .M. 35- 




Jacob 1) , 194. '95. .345- 


Jane Slieldim, 179. 


Jol), 13, 13, 19, 22 


. 43. 


lacub J:., i.v"^- 


Jane Wallace, 101. 


44, 56, 7«. 80, 


143, 


Jacc.l) Jl., 278. 


Janellc M.. 440. 


144, 247, 542, 54''>. 


James, xxviii, 5, 14, 


Jaiietlc McNeil, 233. 


[ocl, 170. 




15, 1^ 17. 20, 22, 


J a red, 98, iH), 120, 


Joel B., 28f). 282. 




24, 25. 27. 28, 29. 


2u8, ^77. 


Joel C, 158. 




30, 3.3. 34. 35. 3''^. 


J a red 1'.., 303. 


John, iv, 13, 14, 


15. 


39. 52. 53. 54. 53. 


.fared K., 3.S1. 


16, 18, 32, 2i, 


25. 


56, 57. 5^ t'-'. 03, 


jared S.. 130, 222. 


2<), 2>()- 3«. 43. 


44. 


80, 81, 115, n(>, 


J-i-"", 51. 77, 90. 


4^. 58. 74. 75. 


79. 


123, 129, 134. 13-. 


Ja.-4)er. 357, 358, 416. 


80, Si, 82, 83, 


84. 


159, 179. 2 J 2, 22^, 


jeanetle, 307. 


IIS, '17, 119, 


126, 


2J4, 250, 265, 271, 


Jeanetlc Derljois, 430. 


132. 1.14, 135. 


141. 


315, 320, 542. 544. 


jemima { li.), 3". 


143, 144. 150, 


158. 


545. 51". 547. 54>'^. 


J e m i m a L. L a n g- 


163, 164, 176, 


181, 


549. 53". 551- 


worthy. 468. 


191, 206, 2 1 3, 


223, 


James A., 504. 


J c m i m a Lipiiencott, 


243, 243, 234, 


2C2, 


James li., 44(), 4()7, 476. 


280. 


2(./), 275, 280, 


285, 


James C, 150. 4(>i. h^?i- 


J c m i m a .McBnrney, 


.393. 4"'. 4'JO, 


463. 


James \L, ^U). 4 )<), 


276. 


4'X>. 535. .542, 


543. 


45 «. 532. 


Jemima Reynolds, 44. 


54 4. 546. 547. 


549- 


James 1\, 290. 341, 512. 


Jennie, 167, 265, 30(», 


John A., 360, 378, 


462. 


James 11., 461. 


416, 481. 


J<,hn B., 392. 




James II. M.. 41^- 


Jennie B., 503. 


John C., 72, 123, 


136, 


James L., 135, 15(., 243, 


Jennie B. I'owell, 523. 


210, 225, 226, 


230, 


537- 


Jennie G., 320. 


447- 




James jM., 130, 2fX). 


Jennie M., 243, 2<)6, 


John D.. 189, 261, 


317. 


James N., 3S8, 517. 


7,(y^, A77- 


432, 502. 




James O., 159, 407. 


Jennie J.. 490. 


John E., 356, 357, 


445- 


James 1'., 38^. 


Jennie Powell. 433. 


John v., .305, 439- 




James K., 228, 3O8, 436. 


Jennie Rider, y^h- 


luhn 11., 224, 283, 


424. 


James S., 130. 


Jennie Wheaton, 131. 


■ 426. 




James T., 360. 


Jenny H., 461. 


John J., 156, 345. 


403- 


James \V., 212. 250. 


Jeremiah, m, 7S> 9^. 


John L., 135. ii},. 


487. 


420. 


1.38, 234. 


492. 




Jane, 12. 13, 176. 226, 


Jerome R., 171. 


John M., 92. 14S, 


149. 


240. 356. 


Jcru^lia, 223. 


310. 




Jane A.. 131. 333. 340. 


Jeruslia G., 201. 


John N.. 149. 424 




Jane A. Betts. 243. 


Jesse. 40, 5^. 7(^- 77- 


John P., 120, 121, 


150. 


Jane A. Tluirher, 272. 


79, 93. 122. 123. 


267. 316. 378, 


523- 


jane 13. Segar, 261. 


135. 132. 138. 210. 


John P. Tallman. 


443. 


Jane C. 242. 437. 


222. 234. 276. 279. 


John R.. 200, 210, 


271. 


Jane C. Clarke. 371. 


283, 316. 3,},?,. 


2S1, 313, 317, 


359. 


Jane Cnrnwell, 140. 


Jesse Brown. 200. 


.3''>9. 2>77- 4^>0- 




Jane Y.., 333- 


Jesse P.. 430. 323. 


Jolfn S., 282, 313, 


4,30. 


Jane F.dmniid. 3''^4 


Jessie, 3<)9, 416, 487. 


4.32. 




Jane 11. l-'lemint;, 4^0. 


>^^?,- 


John W., 17s, 291, 


308. 


jane liiil. 2.'^3. " 


Jessie A. Williams, 


384. 435, 471, 


477. 


Jane Knitrht. 2()<). 


.307. 


481. 




Jane M.. 30^). 


Jessie B.. 473. 


Jonas. 33, 103, 104 




Jane M. Rose, 341. 


Jessie F.. 2"3- 


Jonas L., 317. 




Jane Mnrelionse, 180. 


Ie«slc H.. ^80. 


Jonathan B.. 21. 


33. 


Jane Nortlirnp. \9,.\, 


Jessie IT. Pratt, 2^. 


35. 36, 39. 44. 


4'^'. 


3J^C'. 


Je-sic T... 324. 


47. 51. 7?,. 79. 


82, 


J.ine Xortlirtip ( B.), 


Je^sir M., 323. 


83. 89. 90. 91. 


JI7. 


.^^4 


Jessie R. O.llins, 262. 


140. 203. 204, 


548. 


Jane O. 1 l.uuooil. 304. 


Jessie True, 403. 


330. 




Jane P;.lnur, i.|o. 


Joanna, 72. 


Jonath.-m P., 149. 








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5, 13. M. i(^>. -'-. -^■ 

■^A. 25. 27, 3'^ 44. 15. 

49. 52, 74. «>. y-. 

95. 97. 'oi, 1 1(>, I.?-. 

133. 134. >35. KH. 

176, 2H, -'-'3. -'7«>, 

292, 542. 54^J- 
Josopli A , 401. 
Joscpli C, 2,^>7- 435- 
Joseph II., ^^'0, .V)*.), 

369. 4I<J- 
Joseph J., 4<i}- 
Josfjili M., .?7'. 40-;. 
Josopli N., 21.S. 
Joseph P., 149. 2.56. 
Johcph S., 2_'.|. 
Joseph T., 2S0. 
Josejihine, 2.15, J51, 

265. 359- 
Josti>hinc A., 475. 
Josephine R., 440. 
Josc'i»hinc Ihirhcr. 2t>6. 
Josephine 1... 175. 
Joscjihinc L u I h e r s, 

Josluia. 17, 2.S. ,^fi. .u. 
32, 34. 3O. 3S, 3(;. ().^. 
65, 08, 74. 77. SS. So. 
95, 107, 108, 109, 
1 10, III, 113- I-3- 
124, 127, 156, 1S6, 
211, 223, 276, 548. 

Joshua A., 233. 

Joshua F., 156. 326. 

Joshua G., 2S1. 

Joshua M., 128. 

Joshua W., 21 1. 

Josiah, 79. 

Judah. 62. 

Judith. 50. ()6. 

Juditli Davis, 50. 

Julia, 213, 244, 287, 
322, 404. 536. 

Julia A., 158, 175. 339. 
414. 

Julia A. Colwell. jSo. 

Julia A nihhle. 304. 

Julia .X. Sherman. 48r. 

Julia Adams, 242. 

Julia C, 204. 

Julia E., 2(15. 

Julia F. Wcsilakc, S},?*- 

Julia I'ranccs, 2^4. 

Julia I , 4r)8. 

Juli.i .1.. 303. 

Julia Johnsnu, 360. 

Julia KowaKkey. 2<)8. 

Julia I... 417. 

Julia Laiulplure, 173. 



Index. 

HahcDck, Jnlia M., 35". 
351. 35.S- 
Julia Mason, 3'JO- 
Juli,i S., 430. 
Julia Spencer, 165. 
Julia Spmin, 248. 
juli.i '1". ChcshrouKh, 

304. 
.luliel, 491. 
Julietlc, 162. 
Juliette Major, 173. 
Julius, 322. 
Jnluis A., },?,},. 
Julius T., 282. 
Justina, 250. 
Justus, 79. 
Kate, 285, 405. 
K.'ile I'.. iJrown, 504. 
Kate C. Howe, 297. 
Kate D., 220. 
Kate D. (R.), 220. 
Kale J)oshler, 325. 
Kate '!■;., S14. 
Kate II.. 3«7. 
Kale Munger, 4^7. 
Kale Kitchcy, 290. 
Kate S., 390. 
Kate S. Cole, ^2yj. 
Kate Way, ^,77. 
Kate Woodworih, 161. 
Knlherine C, 300. 
Katlicrinc K. Tallman. 

443. 
Kathleen Winn, 429. 
KeUirah Gavitt. 133. 
Keziah G.. 3.?o. 
Keziah Smith, 121. 
Kittv M., 224. 
L. C.. 282. 
La Mott, 166, 203. 
T.andy B.. 534. 
Lan.ddon, 522. 
L a n t i c A. Burdick, 

2,77- 
Lara, 458. 
Laura, 163, 165. 209. 

213. 326. 430. 
Laura lUirrouiihs. 488. 
Laura C. y^^,. 
Laura C. \\'ade. 308. 
Laura V... 207. 300. 
Laura 1". Cone. 265. 
Laura Holmes. 233. 
Laura I.. 449. 5.V>. 
Laura K.. yCo. 
Laura M.. 24=;. 
T-aura R.. 282. 
Laura R. (P.). 282. 
T-aura S , 526. 
Laura V. Bristol, 406. 



5^>7 

]', .1 h c c k, Laura W. 
Huntley, t,.:^. 
Laura WhitiK-y, 282. 
Lauraelt Malil.y, 4O9. 
Launn II., 171. 
1-aureiice, 161. 
Lavina I'.. Hair, 503. 
Lavina Eddy, 167. 
Lavina Goodrich, 241. 
Lavina Jinks, 224. 
Lavina L., 214. 
L.iwrenco, 377. 
L.i\vrenc<- W ., 432. 
Leafy L., 293. 
Leah A., 280. 
Lcander, 163, 168, 171, 

327- 
Lc Claire, 383. 
Lecla Burdick, 287. 
Lee, 124. 
Lcela, 384. 
Leeman B., 379. 
Leigh A., 3.38. 
Lela M., 531. 
Leiand A., 337. 
Lcmond IL, 40.1. 
Lemuel, 430. 
Lena. 380, 458, 48<j. 
Leo A., 370. 
Leoline Booth, 477- 
Leon. 370. 
Leona T., 527. 
Leonard, 161. 
Leonard L.. 358. 
Leora, 472. 
Leroy, 104, 165, 288. 
Lerov J., 250. 
Leslie W., 434- 
Leila C, ?,i<y. 
Leltic E. Lloyd. 445. 
Lettie Landphcre, 278. 
Leura Bates, 255. 
Levi. 155. 
Lewis B. W.. 392. 
Lewis E., 431- 
Lewis H., 159- 39»^- 
Lewis W.. 426. 
Lihhie Brown. 178. 
Lihhic Thomas. 250. 
Lihcrty Furman. 245. 
Lida R. Doane. 475- 
Lida Silver, 248. 
Lidie B. Yarnall, 454. 
Lila. 430. 
Lilian M.. 304- 
Lilias E., 3'*^) 
Lillian, 4S5. 4'*^7. 504- 
Lillian A. Sloan, 504. 
Lillian E., 47^- 
Lillian L., 357. 



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Babc.ick, Lillian M., 3/"t^- 
Lillian V., 303. 
Lillic, 283, 47-', 53-'. 
Lillic A. ]?arin.s, ^jj. 
Lillic Ilcnrv. l?'- 
Lillic J. Rout. 3'^5- 
Lillic M., 370- 
Lillic S., 333. ^if^'- 
Lily Clark, 3'>.> 
Lina ^L, J7S. 
Lina Young, .}-'i. 
Lincoln, 527. 
Linn 15., 49-|. 
Liz/ic A., -'81, 418. 
Lizzie I^ Atkinson, 

296. 
Lizzie ]•)., 4S1. 
Lizzie M.. .-oj, 447. 17' 
Lizzie Taylor, 265. 
Lizzie Weslon, 31)4. 
I,izzic "^'t)ung, 3(/). 
Lloyd L., 527. 
I^ocadic, 216. 
Lodcnia, 163. 
Lodowick, 123, !2('i, 

132, 136. 225. 
Lois, 58, 63. 153. 162. 
Lois A. Mallcrsun. 

446. 
Lois A. '1 linr!)i.r. 272. 
Ix>is BillingN, 57. 
Lois C, 372. 
Lois C. Kysor, 370. 
Lois D., 221. 
Lois E., 262. 
Lois Grccnnian-, 75. 
Lois Hil'hard. 1 1 (I. 
Lois J., 433- 
Lois Laurens, 75. 
Lois Lewis, 208. 
Lois M., 381. 
Lois N., 257. 
Lois rotter, 21 f. 
Lois Ros<. 250. 
Lois Westcott, 383. 
Lora Rice, 2i|. 
Lora W., 178. 
T-orana, 2S7. 
Lorana Foster, i()i. 
Lorelln B., 181. 
Lorcnia Oatley, 212. 
Lorcn, 187. 
Lorcn R.. 276. 
Lorene M.. ^7^. 
Lorenzo, loi, 167. 
Lorenzo D., 3S5. 
I-orett C'liMi. 206. 
Lorella P.rowu, 170. 
Lorlnda Mungar, 4(1.^. 
Lorindc Otis, 120. 



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a 1) c o c k, Lottie Har- 

dcen, 436. 
I.uttie C. Malory, 462. 
I.iiuis, 1^3, 303. 
Louis A., 278. 
Louis L., 381. 
Louisa, 68, 101, 129, 

i3f', 37^. 
Louisa A. Carmen, 

170. 
Louisa lirown, 384. 
Louisa Clark, 265. 
Louisa Cole, 235. 
Louisa E., 373. 
Louisa G., 359, 36r. 
Louisa Gilinore, 115. 
Louisa ^L, 200. 
Louisa Silvis, 357. 
Louisa \\'c>tf»n, 24S. 
Louise, 391, 407. 
Louise Austin, 407. 
Louise n., 216. 
Louise Bebee, 101. 
Louise Boucher, 216. 
Louise E., 420. 
Louise 1'",. Ce.'irley, 426. 
Louise Davis. 285. 
Louise G., 468. 
Louise J. Rhodes. 201. 
Louise Newell, 175. 
Louise Parkhill, 518. 
Louise Wood, 385. 
Love, 210. 
Lovey Roherts, 250. 
Lovila Murrav, 458. 
Lovilla, 418. 
Lua E. Card. 372. 
Luah Griflln. 441. 
Lucas, 51. 
Luccnia Case, 358. 
Lucile. 468, 474, 479. 
Lucinda, loi, 109. 2^14. 
Luc in da A.. 480. 
Lucinda Brown. 314. 
Lucinda Decker, 245. 
T,ucinda P.. 270. 
T,ucinda Gilbert. 167. 
T,ucinda J., 419. 
Lucinda M.!x-o!i. 165 
Lucinda Pettic. 323. 
T,ucinda Shcpardson. 

168. 
Lucretia. 38. 5,^. 78. (14, 

ICO. 
Lucretia CB.), 38, 53. 
Lucretia Davis. 100. 

no. 23=;. 
Lucretia F. Evan*. ;{<'^. 
Lucretia Ciardncr, 209. 
Lucretia M., 415. 



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Lucy, 51, 71. 75. 91. 
94, 102, 103, 117, 
121, 123, 132, 137, 
140, 165, 179. 197. 
213. 228, 3 1 3. 319. 
379 

Lucy (B.). 91, 228. 

Lucy A.. VI, 170, 209, 

211, 299. 349. 3(0' 

41U. 
Lucy A. Clark, 101. 
Lucy A. Huntinptgon. 

Lucy A. M.i.xsou. 171. 
Lucy A. Stilhnan, 300. 
Lucy Allen, 292. 
Lucy B., 216, 363. 
Lucy B. Shack ford, 

426. 
Lucy Bell, 127. 
Lucy I'.ishoi), 147. 
Lucy Blacknian, 201. 
Lucy Burton, 436. 
1 ucy Clie-ehro. 338. 
Lucy Crary, 208. 
Lucv D., 1.30. 
Lucy D. (B.), 130. 
Lucy Davis, 136. 
Lucy E., 174. 304- 
Lucy 11., 179. 
Lucy Ilavard, 404. 
Lucy J., 37^- 
Lucy L., 172, 292. 
Lucy L. Austin, 537- 
Lucy Lee, 293. 
Lucv M., 224, 243, 479- 
Lucy M. Lathro]), 35^- 
Lucy Mnxson, 07- 
Lucy McKinlcv. 274. 
Lucy P., 1S7. 
Lucy Valentine, 435- 
Lucy Wilcox, 60. 
Lucy Witt, 175. 
Lucyett. 1S2. 
Lueila A., 309. 
Luella F., 532. 
Lueila R.. 463- 
Luke, 65, 66. 67, ^■ 

100. 123. 126. 132. 144 
Luke P.." 290. 291. 
Lula, 3.38. 
Lulu M., 527. 
Lidu Youngs, 465. 
Lura, 174. 

Lvdia, 48, qi. 5.-- 7'i- 
'80. 84. fA 123. 141. 

143. 170. 177. i'*^4. 

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Habcocic, Lytlia (Bj, IJalnDck. Malviiia, i()j. Ual.iock, Marian. 250. 

290. Mamie, ^oO. Marian A. Burdick, 

Lydia A. Davis, 2^1. Mamie ii. Ktrwicli, m6. 

Lydia llarbtr, 17-'. 512. Marian C, 476. 

Lydia 15. .win. 230. Manvillc, 165. Maribali, 48. 

I.ydia Ihirtlick. 383. Marali, 226. Marie, 375. 

Lydia C. Wighlmaii, Maranda, ,.";5 Marie' A., 519. 

267. Mnrcella Jv, JS9. Marie ic' 267. 

I.ydia Campbell, 397. Marcia, 100. Marie K. Blown, 374. 

Lydia Cramlall, 2J, ^r,. ALnrcia Cook, 431. .\LTrie Ilurd, 4V;. 

Lydia Darrow, 190. Marcia Win^, 310. .XLirie SIcigbt," Vj4. 

Lydia l^avis, S7. Maretla Town^ou, 153 >KTrielta 15., ?,2>2\ 

Lydia J;:.. 225. -NKirgaret, 2H3. 350. .Marietta iJetts, S02. 

Lydia C.ar(bier, 209. .Margaret A. JJaly, 525, .Marieite 72 

Lydia J., 281. .Margaret C, 525. ' .\Luion, 245. 

1-ydia Keller, 294. .\Largarct JC. I'.ecbtul, Marion A 527 

Lydia L., 53.1- 537- Marion P.., 34s. 

Lydie Lee, 79 Margaret J., 276. .\K-irion B. Alden, 512. 

Lydia Mae<)iiil)er, 25S. Margaret J. Oliver, Marion P.. ])e\ull, \ 

Lydia M a .\ s u n, 15S, 230. ^1- 

. ^^.'- ,, , „ Margaret .\L. 409, 521. Marion F., 403. 

Lydia ralmer, 3S5. .\L-irgaret Moure, 276. ^Llrion R 5''4 

Lydia Sinilh. 245. Margaret S. Burke, Marion Stone. 245. 

W'-'' wTi^"-^-^ >,^-^- ^Larjoric B., 43.?. 

Lydia WelN, 164. Margaret Scliuvler, Marjorie F Sl8 

Lydia Wiglil. 132. 1.13. (B.;, 136. " Marjorie Rodman. 445- 

Lydia Woodward, 141. .Margaret T., 424. Marlboiougli. 132. 

Lyman K, 210. -\Largaret V. Scliuyler. Marlon P., 308." 

Lyman K., 35S. 230. >farsend, 295. 

Lynn, 45S. Maria, 131. i.jo. 241. Martlia. 33, 49. ^3. 86. 

Lynn Kimbncli. 4;^'. 268, 272, 2.27, 34i. 87. 97, 118, 120^ 124. 

Lysander. 23 1. Maria A.. 129, 413. ,,,2, 194, 212, 246. 

M. Kate, 499. Maria A. Bieknell. 380. 2m 28 > ''84 290 

Mabel, 435, 499. ]\Laria Barton, 274. ' V32 406 ' 494 514 

>]^M ^V' •P'^-o ^^•'^'■'''* Chcsebro, 415- .Martha (B.). 194. 282. 

Mabc Bucb. 4S2. Maria Dailcy, 429. M a r t b a A. Palmer, 

Mabel J-,. Montgomery, Maria F., 389. 477. 

> 524. Maria Fells, 215. Martha B. Champlin, 

Mabel b., 296. ^Laria G. Green. 48 v 377 

Mabel J.. 4^x1 Maria Ilnbbeil, 33'^. Mariha B. Cros^. 253. 

A . , ^'»*<"-^- N''""''"^ J- -^56. ^[artba Braiiiard, 489. 

Mabe, 2r,6. ^raria Kellogg. 323. >Lutba Brown. 43i. 

Mable ILitcli, 183. ^faria Knapji. 255. ^Lartlla Bugbec. 198. 

Madi';.^!!. 161. Maria L.. 423. ^L.rlba Card. i;2. 

Mae L. 517. Maria L. Schcrmer- M.irtba Cbipman. Z77- 

Magdalene, 2.r. horn. 3-'o. Martha Davis. (/,. 

Maggie .A W att. 532. ^raria Morgan. 254. >Lartha Dickens. 227. 

Maggie D. 28, >raria P.. -.^G. Martha F.. 264. 267. 

M a g g I c McCbe.sney, >Liria I'otter. 2^10. 281. 

>,'<9>^-. „ ^f'lria Purdy. 164. Martha F. TB.). 267. 

Maggie Pratt. 272. Maria S. Bonfocy. 241. Martha !•. Rockwood, 

Mahala Morgan. 181. ^faria SInite. 2r6. 3S5 

Mahala Sherwood. Maria Stowe. 310. Martha F 275 

^r^p-. "^^'iria y . 460.^ Martha Gardner. 204. 

Manida, 429. ^[aria \'. Feaiey. ^C^. ^rartha IL. TkS. 2=;o. 

M.a inda McCart. 200. Maria Warner. 425. Nfariba Iloxic. 87. 

Ma inda laibox, 370. Maria York. 206. Martha TTubbaid. 67. 

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LaiiKworlliy. 37-'- I'.rDuuinn. .i-"^/- w'^^^,^ ., 

Martha J. Wicks, 398. Mary A. liurn-ll, 403- ^^-'^y 1'- Mou.cr, 232. 

Martha L., 2S1. Mary A. Clark, 170. Mary !•.. Jaincb. 261. 

Manila L. (1?.). 281. Mary A. lla!lci!l)cck, Mary K. U'Xcill, 412. 

Martlia Lewis, 119. -'-'•»• Mary K. Schcnuer- II 

Martha M, 440. Mary A. Jli Molt. 320. lioni. 297. 

Martha M. Hamlin. Mary A. 1 load ley. 340. Mary V.. Stillman, 169. 

131. Mary A. Jaiiios, 215. Mary )•.. rhompson 

Martha Morgan. 164. Mary A. KneyeN. 301. WclN, 425. 

Martha O. Rand. 254. Mary A. Loan, 3'xj. Mary l->liot. 2S5. j | 

Martha r 150,212. Mary A. Kobinsuii, ^L^ry I-.. 222, 402, 484. f 

Martha IVlton. =;o2. 3"- Mary R Oitignon, 222. [, 

Martha I'crry. 86. Mary A. Stillman. vi. Mary h. Sherman, 261. » ; 

Martha S., 253. 348. Mary Fen, 160. 1 | 

Martha S. Paine, 150. ^L^ry A. Taylor, 166. ^Llry horsythc, 276. \ 

>L-irtha v., 205. Mary A. Wood, iiS. Mary G.. 68, 230. *♦: 

Martha W.. 355. Mary Acomh. 436. .Mary G. Hodge, 409. /, 

^L-lrtha \Vells,'270. Mary R., 488. Mary (iardncr, 517- . , 

^L^rtin, 188, 283. Mary B. HurR, 191. Mary Gayill. 135- 213. [ 

Martin V., 281. Mary Barher, 446. Mary Gilford, 148. • ■ 

Martin W., 168. Mary Bedell. 233. M a r y Gddcrslccye, | 1 

>L-iry. 8, 12, 13, 15. ^^ary Bonlley. 27. 387. I ; 

18 19 21, 23, 25, Mary Bidi^'ood, 126. -NLiry Greene, 151. I ■ 

27! 39! 43. 44. 4"=;, Mar'v IMake, 438. Mary 11. , .103. 492. ) 

46. 47, 48, 49, 50, \\\\\\ Brown. 14?. Mary ILill, 465. ' 

52. 6^. 74, 76, 79, Mar'v I'.rouniii!.;. 4''^- "S\:\xy Heferman, I43- | 

81, ^6, 87. 90, 91, NTary Buttington, 150. Mary Hine, 243. . 

92, 95, 96, 100, 10^, Mary BngK- 3C'3- ^^'iry Hinman. 251. \ , 

117, 121, 122, 126, Mary Burch. 234. Mary IJ.illow.-iy. 80. j 

137. 139, MI. I4.=i. ^^-'irv C.. 261. 330, 424. Mary Humphry. 245- \ > 

149. 151, 159. if'"=^. 4.^9- ^I'l'y J- -43. 286, 315. ) ; 

176, 198, 207. 212, Mary C. Perry, 148. ,386, 457- J 

215, 22=;. 228, 248, Mary Card. 274. Mary J. P.arbcr. 483- ( 

249. 258, 263, 27;. ^Tary Champlin. \^0. Mary J. Cahoonc. 202. . 

276, 2S5, 286, 288, ^[a^y riRst-))n.usih. 00. ^La^y J. Giles, 377. _^^ 

313' 319. 320. 322, ^Tary Clark. 203. 303. Mary J. Gorham. 4-9- 

^2,27, 336, -i43, V'. Mary Coe. 263. Mary J. Penny. 325- ( 

378, 384. 385, 40^,. ^^ary Collins. 2^5. Mary K.. A\o. > 

406, 42;, 426, 4^8. Mary D.. 221. 262, 393, >Tary K. ^L1Xs^^. 168. 

4f>0, 497. 542. 544. 4CXJ). Mary K. Richard-^. | 

545. Marv Dayidson. 50. 237. j 

Marv (B.). 74. 88, 122, Mary Day!?. 126. ^L^^y L., 167, 222. ♦ 

117; 149. 225, 263. ^Tary K.. 1.36. 144. 237. 305. 371. .Vr). 

Mary CB.) <V,.). SS. 152, 76.). 243. 2;o, 412. 51.=;. S16, 530. ^ 

Mary (B.") Tri<h, 343. 257. 259. 264. 266. Mary L. Braun. t,Sq. 

Mary A.. SS. 127, 281. 295. .302. 310. Mary Larrison. 102. / 

130, 132. 135. 144. 314. 3T^>. 326. .341. ^fary L a w t o n. 54.=- | 

156. i';7, 17;. 178. 3.=^S- ."^^x^- 3^^. 378. 54^'- J 

181. i8<). 2a8, -m). 410. 419. 442. 446. Mary T,cc. 212. . 

217. 248. 2^;, 2^7. 4^4. .1=^6. 480. 526. >Liry Locke. 380. | 

264, 286. 314. 316. Mary F. Bradhrook, >Tary Lowrcy. 222. . 

336. 341. 376. "387. 33'3. ^f'lry >L. 534. \ 

393. 407. 418. 447. ^fary Tv Bnrdick. 48^. >fary M. Kolhy. 201. ^ 

4S^. AS^. "^'9. '^^C>- ^fary K. Chipman. 317. >Tary ^ramK•rmc. I33 | 

!\LarV A. (B.) (B.). \r..ry K. L>ye. 473- ^^-T^y ^Liv. 4''7 t 

144. >Tary i:. I'ayerweather. Mary McGhee. 250. ^ 

\Tary A. Bernard. ^x\. -22. ' ^Tary McMaster. 247- ] 

\Tarv A. Bethnne, 300. ^rary K. Fry. 263. >L'iry N.. 384- ^ \ 

Mary A. Bird. 503. ^ra^y F, Garrison. 43-'. >fary N. (B.). .vM \ 



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Babcock, Mary Xiigcnl, ];aI)Ci>(.k. Mav K., 496. Babcock, Molly. 75, 140. 

212. Mi-liital.lc, 38. Molly (B.), MO 

Mary P., 245, 321. Mcliitablc Ciiaikcr, 39, Monroe, 2O5. 

Mary P. CroMjy, 512. yj. Morgan, 164. 232. 

Mary P. Perry, 2()-'. Mcbilablc Sluklon, 81. Morion E., 37.S. 

Mary IVckliam, 47. MLlntabli- W'licclcr, 85, Morton P., 516. 

^iary I'crry, 92. 91. Moses, 150, 164. 

^iary J'nrdy. 274. Mela, :.'5i. Mulford, 179. 

Mary K., 2^-7' 4^-- Melinda, 64. Mnricl Rogers, 374. 

Mary Kej nobis, 535. Melissa, 101, 126, 161, Myra, 405. 

Mary Rogers, 377. 165, 3.S5. Myra C, 251. 

Mary Ivoss. 31O. Melis-a J., 267. Myra D., 531. 

Mary S., 230. Melis'-a 'iliorn, 202. Myra F. Alarsli, 330. 

Mary S. V. RancKiipli, Meiey, u, 14, 2(1, 39, Myra Lawson, 178. 

283. (o, 7(). 2(n-). 271. Myron G., 171, 414. 

Mary S. Gilnian, 221. Mercy A., iSo, 331. Myrtle Bnrger, 289. 

>Iary Satteriee, 63. Mercy A. (iilletl, 177. Nancy, 9, 72, 100, 117. 

Mary Segar, 261. Mercy J^arber, 2(>o. 123, 124, 134. 103. 

Mary Sniitb, 61, 179. Mercy Bnnisinaid, 105. 164, 175, 19O, 202. 

Mary Stanton, 64. Mercy Davis, 180. 213, 214, 227, 228. 

Mary Stevens, 210. Mercy Hinckley, 180. 236. 2^>o. 

Mary Stewart Terry, Mercy Kenyon. 110. Xancy (B.), 134. 

283. Mercy Kinney, 106. Xancy A., 120, 156, 

Mary 'P.. 191. 253. 4QI. Meria, 402. 280, 332. 

Mary Thompson, 90. Mcrril, 155. 27O; 271. Xancy Arnold, 172. 

Mary 'JOnibs, 440. Mersnla Sowles, 247. Xancy B., 127. 

Mary Townsend, 145. Mcrtin M., 527. Xancy liell, 127. 

Mary V., 299. 409. Metta, 405. Xancy lirown. 377. 

Mary Van Bnskirk, Metta E., 307. Nancy Bnrdick, 162. 

270. Metta v.. (B.), 307. Nancy C. .\(^. 

Mary Vosbnrgh, 156, Meita Bristol, 405. Nancy (B.) Carr, 2G9. 

165. Metta Platts, 283. Nancy Crandall, 124. 

Mary \V.. 392. Mildred, S2,i- Nancy D., 150. 

Mary Wilcox, 262. Mildred E., 527. Nancy Dyslin, 465. 

Mary WoudrutT. 392. Mildred R., 431. Nancy E., 179. i 

Mary Worden, 71. Mildred S., 388. Nancy E. Lippcncott. 1 

Maryctt. 530. Milliccnt Wood, 345. 462. } 

Matie, 481. Millie Jones, 515. Nancy Hawkins, 95. 1 

Matie A., 473. Milton, 230. Nancy J., 368. j 

Matilda, 04. 263, 274. Milton J., 278, 303. Xancy Lackey. 271. i 

Matilda Brazil. 464. Mina C, ^c?. Nancy Lewis. 60. j 

Matilda Mendcll. 428. Mina E., 261. Nancy M. Burdick. | 

^^atilda Myers, 534. Minard, 161, 166. 441. 

Matthew. iSi. Minerva, 160, 175. Nancy Maxson. 214. 

Mattie ]£.. 481. Minnie, 265. 333. Xancy Perry. 153- j 

Mason, 20<). Minnie Austin, 406. Xancy Pratt. 188. 

Maud, 2S9. Minnie Bass. 472. Xnnmi. 427. < , 

^Tan(l A.. 306. 405. Minnie C. Clarke. 3S8. Xaonii J.. 246. 

Maud F... .^Cvrt. Minnie Carpenter, 502. Xalalic. 303. 

Maud M.. 456. Minnie D. EUswortli. Xatbalie L.. 424. 

Maud M. .\ndros, 413. 404. Xathan. vi, 20, 25. 47. 

Maud Reed. 370. Minnie Dalson. 48J. 50. 60. 61, 62. 74. 

Maud W;itM>n, 258. Minnie E., S^^- 07. 118, \Cn. 162. 

Maurice. 357. 471. Minnie M.. 4(')8. 214, 272, 28,*^. 290, 

Maxson. 97, 277. Minnie "^'ounc:. ^v^l- .?4<'i. A"- 

May. 200. Mira Robertson. 130. Xatlnn Iv. 178. j 

May Andrew-;. 517. Miriam. 47. Xaib.iniel. 540. ■ 

May B.. 471. Miriam C. 304. Xatlianiel 1'.. .^03- ' 

^^ly C. Crandall. 493. Miriam Tones. 304. Xatbaniel S,. t8o. 

May Hadley. 221. Miriam Moulton. ^,22. Xellie. 378, 403. 503. 



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Babcock, Nellie Bcbcc, ii.ilKoik, Oiiliclia, .75. B.-ilicuck, iVIig B 3 '8 / 

517- Ora. 203, 458. I'ck-g VV., 91. ' " j 

Nellie 1)., 430. Oiesler M., 374. Pcneloi)e, ijj, 123, 151 | 

Nellie J-:., 500. Oiilla IJailey. 205. Peneloj.c 1'. Aiul'rcw.-! ' 

Nellie 1'., 4H5. (Jrin, 201. • 402. ' . 

Nellie J-. Ciiaiiger, 423 Oriiida, 136. I'erlie Hum, 246. I 

Nellie (). Watson. 373 < )ri^^a y\., 2(J5. Perlcv S.. 524. \ 

Nellie I'liiiiaiu, 2u'). Orissa IC, 27S. IV-rly J., 412. U 

Nellie K., 261. Orlaiulo. J14, 501. I'eiriii, 444. 

Nellie S., 250. ( )ikita S.. 37(.. Perriii JJ., 434. , 

Nellie Simon, 471. (h|)lia L., 249. Perry, 93, 154. I 

Nelson. 286, 293. (Jira M., 116. I'erry G., 315, 452 i j 

Nelson J'., 272. Orra M. (Bj Collins, JVrry Jl., 147, 439 j 

Nettie Franklin, 178. n6. Perry J., 417. { ! 

Nettie C, 243. Orrin. 203 Persis L., 4O3. \ '> 

Nettie L., 372. ()r^a .M. Kicli. 404. Persis W., 4^3. \ j 

Nettie O., 477. Orvil K.. 51K. Pc-ter, 14. <t 

Nicander W., 285. Orville. 1S3 l>ctcr 11., 159, 245. / } 

Nicholas II., 131, 232. Orvi^ S., 4^,1. IVtor O., 283. ( ! 

Nora \'., 370. Oscar, 405." Plielx-, 42. 7^, 9^ 94. 

Nornh KoRcrs. 433. 0>car A., 46<). 99, loi, 102,' 117. 

Norman A.. 374. O.scar II., 380. 120, 122, 12^. i.'o 

Norman C, 518. 0.->car S., 215, 281, 517. if/., j(k;. 

Norman H.. 514. Oscar Scou.' 282. ' I'liebc (B.), yj, 196 

Noyes. 403. Osman W., 37:^: Pliebe A., 470, 518. 

Noyes ]•:.. 379 Otis II., 530. Pliehc A. Camp, 17:?. * 1 

Octava, 176. Palace. 2S6. IMiebc A. Moyer, 462. t i 

0(les-a Hess, 172. Palmer, 358. Phebc A. Swan, 3S9. ' | 

OK<len. 270. Palmer Ci.. t;i3. P li e b c B. Rathbun. J j 

Ogdeii 1.).. 3^7. Pamliea P. Bmikcr, 102. | \ 

Olive. 271. 430, 443, 128. Phebc Biuch, 77, 13^^. 

522. Pardon, 293. 1^9. \ t 

Olive Brusic. 29G. Pardon P.. 2G5. Phebc C. 414. }' ! 

Olive Bryant, 405. Parmelia A., 144. Plicbe Couch. 244. « I 

Ohvc C. 401. I'arncl IClv. 210. Phebc E. Stiliman. j 1 

Olive Dcnison, 172. Parthcnia P.. 38(9. 348. I ' 

Olive Dickinson. 155. Parthcnia P." (B.), Phebc I.. 170. 

Olive J.. 304. 482. 389. Phebc J.. 349. 1 

Ohve J. (B.), 304. Patience, G3. Phebc Jones. 440. 

Olive L.. 281. Patience O-ilrcll. ()2. P!iei)e .M.. 149.20.34" 

Oliver, xxviii, 10, iG, Patience Pendleton, Phebc Noyes, 256. , 

22, 24. 25. 28, 37, 51. I'hebe P.. i=;o. ' 

5'- 52, 55. 56, 57. Patten F.. 1G2. Phebc Perkins. 91. \ 

60. 76. 77, 97, loG. Pattv Barber. 118. Phebc Swan. ^2. 

107. 113. 123, 135. l>.nid. x^. Gi. 89. 90, Phebe T.. 152. 

136, iGo. iGi. 187, no, 127. 128. 1^4. Phebc W. Johnson. •.' 

194. 19G. 197, 227, 183. 208, 39;. 4'''7. 34G. } 

270, 274. 287. 2S0. Paul P., 472. Phebc White. iGo. 

400. 430. 542. 546, Paul H.. 474. Phebc Wilbur. 1G4. "j 

549- Paul R., 213, 475. 518. Phila Coddington. I5'i ' 

Oliver C. 22G, 522. Pauline, 184. Philander. 209. \ 

Oliver F.. 403. Pauline B.. 401. Philcna, 170. 203. ; 

Oliver M.. 454. Peace. 13G. Pliilcna L. Doucrlass. 

Oliver P.. 276. Pi-arl. 383. 4G9. 1 

Oliver R.. 327. Pearl V., 472. Philip E., 4^4. I 

Oliver W.. 4''.4, Pearlic, 298. Philip S.. 39> I 

O'lvia. 435 Pcarlinc. 42S. Philyer L..' 433. f 

Olivia IV Smith, 185. Pcieg. 62. 07. 132. 140. Phincas. 3S.''39. 07. | 

Olivia S. Cady. 252. 164. 1G5. 178, 179, 139. 161. 2-\'. 

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I'oiiy, 94, yj, 104. 13-'. 

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Polly Pcncdiil, m. 
Polly lUirdick, 137. 
I'oily ClKimpiiiii, jj[. 
Polly Hill. .^69. 
Polly Monroe, 137. 
I'olly Palmer, iO_'. 
I'olly PoitiT, 141. 
Polly Kaixlall. 1S7. 
I'olly PcyiiokN, 151J. 
Polly S Parish, 434. 
Porter T., 474. 
Porter W'., 47-'. 
Prentice, 12O, 21.5. 
Prisiilla. Jio, 27S. 
Priseilla Trainer. 33S. 
I'riscilla Wheeler, 51. 
Priiilcncc, 49. 
Prmleiice C. Cleve- 
land, 169. 
Prudence Deni^on. .^S. 
Prudence Gavitt. i_'4. 
I'rudcncc Stanton, ij(>. 
Prudence Waters, 1 15. 
Prudence W li it ford, 

135. 210. 
Purl, 369. 

Rachel, 78, 104, 141. 
Rachel A.. 18 ^ 
Racliel Allen, 1S3. 
Rachel Burhite, 244. 
Rachel Concklin, 7S. 
Rachel Maxson. 2S1. 
Rachci McGill. 276. 
Rachel Reed, 74. 
Ralph, 201. 
Ralph A.. 469. 
Ralph M.. 337. 
Ralph R.. 472. 
Ralph W . 37 A- 
Ran<.-,tn E., 178. 
Rauldnn K., 339. 
Ray E.. 2i(^. 
Ray W.. 453- 
Rayniond. 172, 179. 

393. 47 f. 47^- 502. 
Raymond D., 476. 
Raynion<I L., 431. 
Rehccca. 24, ()2. 04. 

126. 150. 270. 
Rebecca A. S m i t h, 

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Rehccca Cook. 224. 
Re'icoca E. T r <■) \v - 

hridpe. 281. 
Rchccc.i ITowell. 210. 



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' a 1> c o c k. Rebecca L. 

JJavis, 13S. 
R e b e c a L(Jofboro, 

157- 
R«:ljecca Stanton, 24, 

Rebecca Wi!t>., 74. 
keclm.i, 202. 
l^emtmlier, 23. 
Ivctla Urislol, 406. 
Reuben, lo^ 104. iSo. 

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RImda, 62, S9, 123, 

212. 225, 245. 
Rhoda A. Trowbridge. 

239. 
Rhoda 1... .t27. 
Rlioda P., 247. 
Rhoda Smith, 143. 
l\hodes, lit). 
Rliodcs II., 370. 
Rhodes R., 202. 
Richard, 63, 79. i\^. 

213. 336, 418. 514 
Richard C, M-S. 
Richard P., 520. 522. 
Richard II.. 443. 

Hi el a \V.. 392. 
Riley, 104. 
Roanna. .^8o. 
Robert, xx\ iii, 319, 

429, 461, 542. 
Robert A., 477. 
Robert D., 272. 
Robert E., 360. 
Robert F., 221. 
Robert (i., 113. 2fK), 

201. 221. 3^)6. 
Robert II., 393. 
Roller t P., 380. 
Robert S., 217, 394. 
Rolicrt W.. 394. 
Rocclia C. Davis. 139. 
Rodney S.. 450. 
Rodney W., 434. 
Rodolphus, 2()7. 
Rocna M., 282. 
Rolla O.. -^^. 
Roll in IT.. 4<'>8. 
Roman. 143. 
Ro'-a. 276. 
Ro.sa L.. 281. 
Rosalie P... 38c). 
Rosalie Wickham. 419. 
Rosalinda. 33^1. 
Rosalthe R.indall. 404. 
Roscoe C. 482 
Ro.sc E.. 312. 
Rose Ilazclton. 4''ii. 
Rose Jones, 4S3. 



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Habcock, Rose Monroe, 

412. 
Rosetta, 290. 
Rosetta Nichols, 290. 
Rosia Green, 432. 
Russ, 164. 

Rosvvell, 133, 591, 501. 
Roswcll 1 1., 48*^. 
Rouse. 3S4, 437, 438. 
Rowland, 88, 144. 
Row>e, 88, 143, 167. 
Rowsc P., 149. 
Row.se Potter, 149. 
Roxa P.. 1 03. 
Roxanna J^rl^:K^, 246. 
R o X a n n a Williams, 

163. 
Ivoxey Lewi^, 234. 
Jvoy, 282. 
R^oyal (/., 450. 
Roy.il O.. 406. 
Roziiia Kyun. 214. 
Ruaii-A. Hague, 158. 
Kub)- .\.. 467. 
i>luby I'o'^ter, 21/i. 
Ruby Ci., 231. 
Ruby M. Joyce, 481. 
Rue G., 211. 
Rufus. vi. 54, 105, 1 13, 

1 82. 184, 185, 323, 

324- 
Rufus J.. 536. 
Ruhannah. 98. 
Russcl. 156, 165, 335, 

430. 
Ivussel P., 399. 
Ruth, 22, 47. 30. 32. 

62. 87, 93, 151. 153. 

282, r->2. 

Ruth (B.). 46. 47, 87. 

Ruth A., 302. 393. 

Ruth C, 447. 

Fvuth Greene, 12^. 

Ruth H.. 71. 

Ruth M.. 533- 

Ruth Maxson, 88. 97. 

Ruth O.. 482. 

Ruth Phillips. 436. 

Ruth Rodman. 73. 

?. Franklin, 443. 

Saberah. 1^19. 

Sadie P.urnr. 26^. 

Salina Bower>. 178. 

Sallie Sprague, 447. 

Sally. 2;3. 

Sally (B.). 145- 

Sally A., 252. 313. 

S a I I V A. Markham. 

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Habcock. Sally Davis, 15 a 1) c o c k, Sarah A. B a I) c o c k, Sarah X. 

io''?i3. l.cwis. 2^(5. Traccy. .U2. 

Sal!) 'l'"., 130. Sarah A. Kawlclt, 239. Sarah O., 364, 365. 3('j6. 

Sally Gallup, i=;4- Sarah A. Saiiford, 457. Sarah 1'., 151, 368. 

Sally I. SlultK-ld, 153 Sarah Adams M'- Sarah I'. Johnson. 437. 

Sally J., iSi. Sarah Angcd. J^i- Sarah Terry, 48, i^j. 

Sally Newell, 100. Sarah Aim I lite, .\\6. Sarah Petty, 2H2. 

Sally Oli.^. 200. Sarah B.. 4')i- Sarah Pike. 144. 

Sally Reynolds, 247. Sarah Barius 148. Sarah I'.Htcr, 149. 

Saluma, iCkS. Sarah Bear<l-ley, 14'^ Sarah R.. 377. .l^S- 

Salome, 274. Sarah I'.erry, <>.^. Sarah R. I'erry, 225. ' 

Samantha Crofoot, Sarah Billings 53- Sarah Reynolds, 322. 

292. Sarah Brown, 104. 327. Sarah Ross, 123. 

Samanlha J., 181. Sarah Brown Slillm.ui, Sarah S., 148, 256. 

Samuel, 19, 29. ^9, '5o ^•^'■•''' Sayer, 147. 

43, 44. 47, 60, 61, Sarah Bndlon;^, 115. Sarah Segar, 44. • 

yR, 79, 80. 84, 87, Saraii C. Allen, .U9- Sarah Sluldnn. 8r. \ 

117, 119, 1-5. MO, Sarah C. P>urwell. 4'')4 Sarah Slocum, 48. Tj 

142, 143, 151, 178, Sarah C. Tallman, 451. Saraii Smith. 392- i 

242, 244, 270, 370, Sarah Chani!)erlain, Sarah Stanton, 33. I 

424, 427, 462, 547, 243. Sarah Stone, 176. I 

549. Sarah Chapman. 2^)9. Sarah Stionn, 254. J 

Sanincl A., 4S3. Saraii CMieney, 179- Sarah T.. 322. 1. 

Samuel B.. 200. Sarah Clarke, 222. Sarah V. Danforlh. I 

Samuel C. Ycalon, 47^- Sarah Deniv)!!. 38, 40. 427. I 

Samuel I)., 283, i7U Sarah ]C.. 271. 385. 45i. Sarah Vosc, 27, 28, 5'^. s 

390, 520. 478. 479. 5 1 -J- 57- I 

Samuel I'... 242. Saraii E. Furness, 412. Sarah \V. Potter. 149. i 

Samuel P.. 377. Sarah E. Reynolds, Saraii Wait. 8t. j 

Samuel G., 214. 375- Sarah Wareman, 1 16. j 

Samuel H., 316. Sarah P. Todd. 500. Saraii Weeden. 261. » 

Samuel L., 204. Sarah E. Van Tine, Sarah Wiley. 265. \^ 

Samuel V.. 1^2. 243. 334. Sel.alhial. 278. I 

Sanuiel R.. 472. Sarah P., 384- Secrar, 82. . f 

Sannicl S., 204. Sarah F. Randolph, Selah, 322. . fc 

Samuel T., 31?. 282. Selinc A.. .336. f 

Samuel W.. 246. Sarah Penn. i6r. Selwin. 178. \ 

Sanford. 357. Sarah Puller, 156. Serviah. 168. 17T. r 

Sands, 102. 179. Sarah Gardner. 51. Serviah (B). \('S. 17'- \ 

Sarah. 12. 13. 2.^, Sarah Tloldcn, 274. Seth H.. 416. | 

28. .33. 35. ,vi. 46. Sarah P. 281. Shelton G.. 374- t 

48, 52, 53. 54, =;8, Sarah J.. 141. 243, 261, Sheridan. 527. I 

80, 81, 82. 83. 89. 37S, 416. Sherman. 118. | 

90, 114, 116. 121. Sarah J. Briftht. 433- Sherwood. ^Ct2. } 

124, 132. T34. 135, Sarah J. Butler. 456. Siherah Stiliman. (/)■ j 

136,' T46, 150. 156, Sarah J. Gower. 431. Sihyl A., 519 ^U 

161, 171, 179. i8r. Sarah J. White. 214 Sidney, xix. «' 

183, 191. 206. 211. Sarah Jones. 214. Sidney S., 3.38. I 

212, 223. 261. 26=^, Sarah K. Holloway. Silas. 21). iio. 15'*'- '"5- . 

284. 315- .U^ 4.?'. 4.W i-'^.l 27r. 274 j 

436. f,^2. r,^0. 540. Sarah L . T79. Silas A . 488. j 

Sarah (B.). 114, 132. Sarah M . 170, 222. Silvia. 123. v 

13=;, 161. 21 T. 3'?r>. 2;^. 414. Simeon. 23. 25. 50. 51. \ 

Sarah A.. 73. 152. 171. Sarah M. De Show, -So. 89. 92. 14.^ '-'f- 

238. 240. 243. 28<i. 372. 157. 245. 263. 274- f 

320. 345. 401. 433. Saraii M. Greenman. 279. 420. 4.^0- f 

Sarah A. Bmdiek. 30^1. 206. Simeon IP. 277. ^ '^ 

Sar.di A. Cnl.l). 470 Sarah ^T. T.ivlnr. 266. Simon P... 72. ^7^■ ^'^- i 

Sarah A. Corhit. 143. Sarah ^f. Woodman- .^.^8. j 

Sarah A. Knowle-;. .^85. sec. 150. Sohrina. 270, 6 



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Solomon \V., 201. 
Soloiia Frcdand, 3^^3. 
Sophia, 536. 
Sophia Avciy, i8j. 
S"i)hia I'.i-niKtl, i()0. 
Sophia CariKihaii. -'46. 
Sophia M. Kimball, 

30-'; 
Sophina Ivicli, 27-'. 
So|)liri'nia, 155, KM 
Sophronia A., J/O. 
Sophionia li., 37J- 
Sophronia 1) a r r o \v, 

247- . ^ , 

Sophronia .M., -'57, 

402. 
Sophronia O. Grcc-n, 

206. 
Stanley C, 404. 
Stanton, ui, 12O, 130, 

137, 21-1. .V'"^. 393 
Stanton C, 43O. 
Stanton P., 208. 
Stella, 532. 

Stella lunula, 212. 
Stella M., 431. 
Stephen, 1,7, ^S, 52, 53, 
76, 77, 80. J 36, 137, 

138, 139, 179. 234, 

235, 240, 2(.)0, 316, 

34^. 3-40, 430. 
Stephen B., 486. 504. 
Stephen E., vi, 231, 

527- 
Stephen M., 493. 
Stephen T., 216. 
Stephen V., 245. 
Stevens, 320. 
Submit, 322. 
Simmer 1 1.. 209. 
Survila Barl)or. 171. 
Susan, J 33, 154, 163, 

212, 232, 271, 291, 

315, 370. 
Susan A.. 260. 
Susan B.. 230. 
Susan B. Blake. 530. 
Susan Clapp, (»8. 
Susan Crandall, 151, 

233- 
Susan Darner, 436. 
Susan L., 512. 
Susan TI . 317. 450. 
Susan M., 234. 
Susan M. Berry, 377. 
Su'^an M. Lippencott, 

280. 
Susan M. Mooney, 

469. 



Index. 

Babeocic, S u s a n Man- 
nenn^,', 253. 
Susan Oudcrkirl:, 335. 
Su-an P., 92, 212. 
Susan R., 419. 
Su>an S., 2O7. 
Su>an '['., 4S0. 
Sn>an \'., 483. 
Susanna, 4(1, 48, 63, 86, 
^ 88, 98. 

Susamui Clark, 24. 
Susanna llnpkms, 43. 
Susaima M. Gould, 

180. 
Susanna Potter, 33, 45. 
Susanna Thompson, 

49. 
Susannali Champlin, 

80. 
Susannah l-"iteli, 289. 
Susannah I'owler, 142. 
Susannah Perry, 8<j. 
Susannah Ucyers, </'). 
Susie A. Simpkins, 

339- 
Susie K., 528. 
Susie ]\I. Kocs, 477. 
Sybil I., 447. 
Sylvester, 123. 147, 

167. 
Sylvia, 136. 

Sylvia I'elcher, 76, 77. 
'l"al)cr, 1O5. 
Tacy, 118. 
Tacy A., 3S2. 
Tacy Frink, 171. 
Tacy Langworlliy. 117. 
'J'acy Maxson, 97. 
Tammison \V. Rogers, 

325. 
Temi)crance Burdick, 

205. 
Teresa, 171, 279. 
Thaddetis, 214. 
Thaddeus S.. 246. 
Thalia A.. ^ K'- 
Thankful, 29. 38, 72. 

75. 82. 120. 123, 

126. 133, 136. 139. 

140. 213, 228. 367. 
Thankful (B.). 126, 

130. 213. 
Thankful L. Burdick, 

260. 
Theodora, 524. 
Tiieodore. vi, 79. 335, 

336. 425. 
Theodore R.. 283. 
Theodore II.. 423. 525. 
Theodore I., 529. 



575 

JJabcoek, Iheodure S., 

52O. 
'Ihcresa S. Hall, 2r'>8. 
Thomas, 25, 50, 51, 96, 

116, 117, 20<;, 247, 

248, 2S3. 
Thomas A., 502. 
Thomas B., 23O. 
Tliomas E., T,i<j, 383. 
Thomas I'., ujtj. 
Tliomas T., J75. 
Thomas W., 315. 
Thomas Way, 377. 
Thomas Wheeler, 86. 
'ihyalima, 279. 
■ Timoihy, 28, 50, 57, 58, 

106, 114, 198, 199, 

3^3. 3<>^, 549- 
Timothy A., 356, 357. 
Timolliy li., 3J3. 
Titus B., 429. 
Tristam I)., 4f/). 
Truman, 214. 
Uriah M., 158. 
Vale, 406. 

Vashti Chesebro, 162. 
Veda, 503. 
\'ermeda, 295. 
V'ernun E., 529, 530. 
Vernon M., 477. 
Versula, 465. 
Vianna, 281. 
Victor, 326, 467. 
Villa Macomber, 148. 
Villic Ilotchki^s, 298, 
Vinton S., 333. 
Viola C, 290. 
Viola I., 292. 
Viola L., 477. 
Viola M., 266. 
Viola O.. 528. 
Violet Hazard. 294. 
Violet tc, 487. 
Virginia, 439, 446. 
Virotjua Ames, 421. 
Waitc, 150. 261. 
Waitc Peckliani, 92. 
Waite T. Segar, 149. 
Wallace C, 458. 
Walter B., 214. 30S. 

3.U. 377, 503. 522. 
Walter C, 534. 
Waller II., ^oi. 
Walter R., 5^16. 
Walter S., 243. 429. 
W.Tlter v.. 28 i. 
Warren C. 236. 
Warren D.. 313. 
Washington B., 172. 
Washington 1.. 127. 3i>4. 



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Babcock, Washington 1! a h c o c k. \\ illiani T., I'.adrocl:, Sarah, xx, i. 

P., 28S. 4o(). 5o«». 4. 7. ^. 1-'- 13 '/ 

Wayne, .\SV- William W., -^7. -156, Hadcmki-, Janiii., 541, 

Wealthy, i^7■ 53 1- S-l-'- , 

Wealthy A. JUiniick, Willie, .\(,7. Joh, 541. I 

3S.}. Willie (j., J50. • J"hii, 5 jr. ' J 

WValthy Cianil.ill, 316. Willis A, ' 30'^. 4-'r, Joseph, 541. | 

Wealthy M. damlall, 470. .174. l'a),'«, Ahhic L., 308. 1 

267. Willis I-;.. Jio. Henry, 3<\S. \ 

Woleonie, 118. WihiiLiiia A.. 5-'8. Lucretia Johnson, 30S. J 

Weleonie A., 536. \\ inluhl Seoit. 416. Bafincll, Kli/ahelli. 480. { 

Welcome H., 377- Winnie E., j^-,. liaile)', Ajiiies J. llinck- 

Weilha, I7<;. Wmnifretl li., 311. Icy, 379. 

Wcltha 1:., 4.S2. Wirt A., 4U>. Albert M., 150. 

Wentlell, 175. Wouiiwanl, 5_'0. Clarissa K., 284. 

Wesley, 2ijo. Wurlhinfiton I^., 5-'5. Corean, liSj. 

W. I., vi. Zaehias li., 536. Klia.s, 205. 

Wilher, 279, 2S2. Zehiilon. (ij. Ilarrie Cady, 189. ^ 

Wilherl L., 243. Zeniira ().. 170. 1 larriii!.;t«.n, 454. 

Wilhnr v.. 234. Zerniah Moses. 105. JelTir-on \)., 379. 

Wilhelmina, 2S1. Bacli, h'rank J., 427. Lyman. 150. 

Willard. 136. Lura K. I'"nrinan, 427. .Mary JC. ( l'>.), 454. 

Willard (i., 517. Racon, Alice .M.. 423. Morrell, 454. 

Williaiii. 14. 18, 30. 38, Charily. Jh. Orilla, 205. 

:^^), 40. 4'). ()\, (ij. 7.?, lili/ahelh. 26. Orville C. 2S4. 

74, 80, 101. 112. iiS, CcorRe, J(). Phebc P. (B.), 150. 

123, 13O. 137. 141, llckn A. Mann, 423. . Sylvia K.. 284. 

157, 161, 175, 176, Jiwcph, 241. William, 189. 

18.4, 209, 220, 234, Joseph 1',., 423. Bainc, Alice, 427. 

242, 246, 271, 275, Maria (B.), 241. Baker, Benjamin, 51, ^2. 

283, 290. 294. 308, I'adcock-, Benjamin. I'nrlon \V., 417. 

320, 356, 376, 385, x.xiv, XXV. Celia, 294. 

306, 402, 417, 438, Elizabeth, xxi, i, 541. Chauncey, 533. 

548, 550, 551. Cleorgc, XXV. xxviii. Donald. 417. / 

William A., 193. 239, James, v, xii, xiii, xiv, Ella, 482. | 

33I1 43?. 475. 49-. xix, XX, xxi, xxii, Elvira L.. 174. I 

504. xxiii, xxiv, xxv, P2mma, 511. \ 

William Avery, 108, xxvi. xxvii, xxviii, G. W.. 482. ■* 

icx^, no. xxix. I, 2, 3, 4, Hannah (]'>.). 74. | 

William B., 425. 5, 6. 7, 8, 9, 11, Ila/.cl A., •,3.^■ 

William C, 141, 385, 12, 13. Jnlia L. (BJ.. 417 I 

436, 465. Jane Brown, 7, 8. Lois EL, 533. * 

William D.. 211, 232, Job. xix, xx, xxi, Lucy (B.), 51. | 

265. 384. 398. xxiv, xxvii, 5. 6, Lydia A.. 2S3. | 

William V... 181. 243. 7, 9, 11, 12. Lydia Mayden. 225. 

375<- 391. 485. 5:23- John. xix. xx. xxi. Lydia L. (B.). 533 ' 

William P.. 237, 286. xxiv. xxvi. xxvii, i. Marv (B.), 52. ^A 

383. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8, Norcnc L.. 533. * 

William H.. 262. 289. 9. 10. 11, 12. Pardon, 74. * 

300, 402. 433, 451. Joseph, xxi. f>. Peter. 174. f 

465. 502. 522. Lnvell B.. viii. Sarah A.. ,;44. | 

Willia.m J.. 160. .^^ary. xix, xx. xxi. Sfei)hcn W.. 417. J 

William M.. 314. 370. xxiv. Valentine O., 533. \ 

Wi'li.nn N., 30 1. .^58. Mary Lawtijii. 8. 9, r.alam, Lydia. 310. t 

William P.. 151. 2^.\. 11. 12. l!aldinj,'s, Charies. 41'v). \ 

.385. 482. 4S5. N'athanicl. 6. 53. ^7. Baldwin. Caroline. 4.^"» »" 

William R.. r4r. 252, 102. 103. 101. iSr. Eli/a l")enison. 372. | 

330, .V^. ,V}^. .490. Kichard. xi. xii. xiii. Elizabeth. 115. f 

William S.. 128. 231. K'etnrn, xxiv. TLnrriet E. (B.). 37-- 1 

317, 402. 419. Kobcrt. xxv, xxviii. James, 372. 



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lx)uisa, 53'- 
Ball. Amelia, 131. 

Charlotte, 3--'- 

Dwiglit VV., 231. 

lilYic A., 31 5- 

Eliza Millikeii. 3^5. 

Kniily }\>rter. 20J. 

Frances (J5.), 25<j. 

John O., :?59- 

Mary I'oritr. 202. 

Nicholas, 3.t5. 

kiihy (i. (15), ^31. 

Winifred, 4S3. 
Bandel, Inez M. Uell, 

529- 

Joscj)!), 529. 
Bander, Nel'ie A.. 367. 
Barber, Albert, J27. 

Allen, 317. 

Alonzo ])., 99. 

Ann Drake, 223. 

Arthur T., 400. 

Anrelia Holmes, 399. 

Byron C, 400. 

Caleb, 29. 

Charles, 399. 

Clarence E., 400. 

Cora H. Clark. 400. 

Dorcas (B.), 61, 117. 

Edna, 353. 

Elizabeth, 140. 

Ellen R., 400. 

Emma Harvey, 400. 

Eunice (B.). "39, 223. 

Eunice A. Hall. 227. 

Experience Barber, 

399- 
Frances Rodem, 400. 
Frank D., 400. 
Georpe. 212, 227, 266. 
Hannah. 182. 
Helen T. Taft. 400. 
Isabel Sherman, 223. 
James. 353. 
John, 84, 260. 
Joseph. 223. 446. 
Josephine, 266. 
Lena Wilson, 400. 
Lois Gavitt. 33. 
Lucy Potter, 84. 
Lvdia. 172. 
^ia^ia F. Hall. 227. 
Mary, 446. 
Mary A. Bos^, 266. 
Mary Barney, 140. 
Mary L, 3^^). 
Mary J., 483. 
Mary Pendleton, 61. 
^L'^tthe\v, 212. 

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Index. 

Barber, Mercy, 260. 

Mercy Moore, 2O0. 

Molly, 171. 

Nathan, 61, 117. 

Olivia, i()y. 

Patty, 118. 

Pek-K. 118, 223. 

Phebe, 223. 

Phibe (B.), (/). 

Rhoda (B.), 212. 

Sarah, 399. 

Sarah H. Stanton, 3':>9. 

Sarah \:. Brown, 317. 

Sarah F. Lewis, 353. 

Sarah Huling. 44O. 

Sarah L, 399. 

Sherman, 35. 

Survila, 171. 

Susan (B.), 212. 

Susan K., 400. 

Thankful (B.), 29. 

Tht>mas, 140, 223, 399. 

Thomas S., 39<;. 

Velina A.. 400. 

William B., 400. 

William 1)., 400. 
Barclay, Carrie E. 
BrigRs, 337. 

Thomas J.. 3^7■ 
Bardcen, Americas, 374. 

Emogene, 374. 

Lottie, 436. 
Bardcn, Betsy C. (B.), 

369- 

George. 369. 

Saliv, 331. 
Barker. Elizabeth C. F., 
';2o. 

Emily F. (B.), 520. 

Fordycc D.. 520. 

Lillian L. F.. 520. 

Mary. 529. 
Barnard. I^li7al)eth, 478. 
Barnes. Alice E. Wal- 
dorf. 460. 

Benjamin F., 489. 

Caroline D. (B.), 4S9. 

Cornelia A., 353. 

Ella L.. 434. 

Esther Fate, 353. 

Eulea. 460. 

Fayette H.. 460. 

George J., 2>5^■ 

Gurdon B.. 353. 

Harvey, 460. 

Harvey S., 434. 

Hattie. 423. 

1-illie A., 472. 

Lucy, 275. 

Lydia (1?.), 472. 



577 

Barnes, Nancy S. Cory, 

353- 

Palmer H., 275. 

Porter, 472. 

Klioda Miller, 4O0. 

Kufus, 4')0. 

Kufus F., 4(10. 

Sarah, J49, 332. 

Stephen, 275. 
Barney, Lodema (B.), 
163. 

^L^ry, 140. 

Nancy (B.), 1O3. 

Sarah M., 163. 

Silvanus, 163. 
Barnum, Amelia J., 228. 
Barodell, Ann, 40. 
Barron, l'"idelia, 427. 
Barrows, Almira. 130. 
Barry, Adella, 519. 
Bartlet, F'.dv.ard. I17. 

Mary (li.), 117. 
Bartlett, Bclhiah (B.), 
246. 

Edmund M., 380. 

Harmony K. Allen, 
380. 

Jesse, 246. 

Manila, 426. 

Mary, 452. 
Barton, Carlos C, 528. 

Cedris C, 528. 

Charles H., 323. 

Charles P., 32;^. 

Charlolta M o u 1 t o n, 
3,23. 

Harriet S., 528. 

Ida. 503. 

Leniira, 528. 

Louis L., 528. 

Maria. 274. 

Rosella, 323. 

Sidney S., !;28. 

Susie E. (B.), 528. 

Theodore J., 528. 
Ba'^s. Abraham. 4^0. 

Bell Fields, 472. 

Dclana Sawyer, 430. 

Dyer, 472. 

Elmer W., 517. 

Elsie (B.). 517. 

H. L.. 517. 

Hannah, si 7- 

Mary (B."). 43. 

Minnie. 472. 

Richard, 43. 

W^ H.. 517. 
Basset. Elizabeth (B), 

78. 
Bassett, Edith C, 491. 



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Bassilt. Eli/.aljotli, 326. 

Fannie, ^91. 

Harry 11., 4t>l. 

Mary T. (1?.), 49'- 

riiilip, xiii. 

W. L., 491- 
Bales, Abigail liurt, 255. 

Janu-s, 255. 

Lcnra, 255. 

Sarah 1'. (B.), 151. 

Stc|)licn, 151. 
Battles. Augustus, 511. 

Klizabilli B., 511. 

Frank, 511. 

Frank F.. 511. 

Lucy B. Wail, 511. 

Susan (liUs, 511. 

William W., 51 1- 

Winllirop B., 511. 
Battyc, Flizabeth iMoo- 
dic, 378. ^ 

George, 378. 

Mabel A. (B.), 3/8. 

William, 378. 
Baugliman, i'lorcncc I\f. 
(B.), 5-V. 

George, 527. 
Beach, Dora, 418. 

Lovina I'ox, 418. 

Sadie M., 448. 

William. 418. 
Bcal. Delia, 232. 

George, 2^2. 
Bcardsley, Avilda (B.), 
403- 

Deborah Knicker- 
bocker, 146. 

l-'ranklin, 403. 

John. 146. 

Sarah, i.\C). 
Bcaltie, Abby E. (B.), 
216. 

John, 216. 

Lydia Crainc. 202. 
Bebec, Andrew, 517. 

Louisa. loi. 

Nellie, 517. 
Bechtol, Margaret E. 
(B.), 537. 

Millie. 537. 

William. 537. 
Becker. Clarence. 405. 

Gordon, 405. 

Howard, 405. 

John. 405. 

Margaret Gouldsbor- 
ougli, 40;. 

^L'»ud A. (B.). 405. 
Beckct. Mary. 433. 
Bcckwith, Cyrus, 450. 



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r. c- c k w i I h, Eli/.abeth 
Hemphill, _'_'<;. 

James A., 450. 

Leonard, 229. 

.Martha E. Briggs, 450. 

Nal.ilie. 450. 
JU.Kll. Mar^, 233. 

William. 233. 
Bedford, b'rank, 306. 

Maud A. (B.;, 306. 

I'liebc Stacey, yj(K 

Robert, 306. 
Beebe, Adelia, 372. 

Albert L.. 498. 

b'leaser, 372. 

l'"lizabeth, 422. 

Jviizabeth i<.ogers, 25. 

I'anny A. Sill. 422. 

I'lorcMce, 450, 4<>S. 

(uurge ]!., 4(>8. 

Grace. 408. 

James, 25. 

Julia. 422. 

Lr)is Kingsley, 372. 

.Margrel. 450. 

yUiry K. Lewis, 498. 

-Miles, 4SO. 

Oliver B., 240. 

Sanniel. 25. 

.Sarah. io<). 110. 

Sarah A. (B.), 240. 

Susanna (B.), 25. 

\\'illi:im O., 422. 
Beekman, Cornelia 
Schermcrhorn, 379. 

Ilettie A., 379. 

Isaac, 379^ 
Becman. Frances M.. 

493- 
Beer>. Elizal)Cth. 85. 
I'.ell. Addic E., 447. 

Allison, 447. 

Anna, 529. 

Betsy G.. 349. 

Carrie B. (B.). 404. 

Charles. 177. 

Clara A. (B.), 529. 

Cora J.. 177. 

Dora A. Brown, 447. 

Ellen A.. 312. 

Esther E.. 177. 

Etliel. 520. 

Eva M., 529. 

Fred R.. 473. 

Grace D., 447. 

Herbert. 447. 

Inez, M.. 520. 

James B., 447. 

Jane Williams. 177. 

John, 127. 



Bell, Jolm A., 177. 

Joseph, 127. 

Leonard E., 447. 

Lester H., 473. 

Louisa Mar.->h, 529. 

Lucius, 529. 

Lucy, 127. 

Lydia (B.), 177. 

Mabel E., 447. 

Mary Delano, 473. 

Mary L. Hoagland, 
473- 

Mary Stanton, 127. 

Nancy, 127. 

Nancy F., 177. 

Ruth C. (B.), 447. 

Ruth P. Bell, 177. 

Ruth I'urdy, 177. 

'I'homas, 5. 

Walter. 177. 

Willard, 529. 

William, 473. 

William II., 473. 

William L., 177. 

Winifred, 529. 
Belcher, Jcjhn, 76. 

Sylvia, 76. 
Belden, Jemima. 457. 
Belding. J.ine. l8(j. 
Bellinger, Catherine, 336. 

Richard, 33G. 
Bellows, b.liijlialet, 511. 

Elixabelh A. Stone. 

511- 

Horalio E.. 511. 

John J., 511. 

Lois K. Wicks. 511. 

May Smith, 511. 
Benedict, Polly, in. 

Thaddeu^, iii. 
Benham, Julia Welton. 

415- 

Mary S. Wilcox. 415- 

Robert, 415. 

Walter L.. 415. 
Benjamin. Clarissa, 293. 

l^lizabcth. 270. 

Elvira. 374. 
Bennett. Betsev Bennis, 
.380. 

Eliza M.. 3S0. 

Lyman. V^. 

Sarah Wecden, 261. 

Sophie. ifV). 
Bennis. Betsy, 38<j. 
Benllcv. Benjamin, 102. 

Caleb. 54. 

Hannah Wilbur, 102. 

Mary, 27. 

Patience Peckham, 82. 



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KusscI, 125- 

Sarah I. liarbcr, 399. 

Susan Stanlon, 125. 
Bcnlly, Kmnia, 316. 

Uranca. .jl-l- 
Bciitdn, Cliarlcs S., 327. 

J^lizabclli R cy n olds, 

James, 491. 

Louise ]{., 491- 
Berelcttc, Soi)liia, 224. 
B c r R c u, Judith K. 
Fletcher, 5(K). 

Martlia A., 509. 

Thomas C, 509. 
Berkley, Julia, 503. 
Bernard, Marv A., 534. 

K. ]'.. 534. 
Berry, Jkidget, 210. 

Delia Clark", 532. 

Kdwin P., 316. 

Hannah (B.), 124. 

Lynian. 98, 377. 

Mary A. (B..), 316. 

Richard. 124. 

Sally Stillnian. 377. 

Sarah, 63, 379. 

Sarah Stilhnan, 98. 

Susan M., 377. 

W. Clyde, 532. 
Bcthune, Angus, 399. 

Mary A., 399- 

Sarah McCnsh, 399. 
Bctls, Harry, 244. 

Jane A.. 244. 

Marietta, 502. 

Rcnah Brown. 244. 
Bevcridpc, Archi- 
bald, 3f)6. 

Edith L. Mathews, 
396. 

Jene Thompson, 396. 

William. 396. 
Bickncll, Edith (B.), 

391. 

Eugene P., 391. 

Maria A., 389. 

Olivia, 185. 
Bid pood. Mary, 126. 
Biers. Emma, 294. 
Bipclow, Kate, 319. 

Olive, 361. 
Bipwood. Sarali, 429. 
Bill. Hannah. \x 
Billinps, Ahip.iil (B.^, 
14. 27. 

Anna. 27. 

Christopher, 27. 

Desire, 60. 



Index. 

Billinps, Ehcnczcr, 27. 

Esther, 114, 

luniicc, 49. 

James, 49, 57. 

John, 27. 

Jonas, 27. 

Joseph, 27. 

Lois, 57. 

Mary Hewitt, 49, 57- 

Phebc J)enison, 27. 

Sarah, 53, 100. 
Hills, llainiah (15.), 132. 
Birch, Lois Brown, 186. 

Xatlian. 186. 

Temperance li r o w n, 
i8(). 
I'.ird, M.irv A., 503. 
Hirdsall, Alice (B.), 33^- 

(leorpe. 338. 
r.irdvey, Lauia B., 329. 
Hishce, Cidoe. 20(). 
Bisho|). Harriet E., 277. 

Louisa, 303. 

Lucy, 147- 

Susan A.. 355. 
Bixhv, Kaliierine. 332. 
Bixler. Martha A., 486. 
Black, E. W., 406. 

Marparet. 532. 

Nellie Chase, 406. 
B 1 a c k i n p t o n. Eliza- 
beth (B.\ 77- 
l')lackinan. Abhie L.. 321. 

Jerusha Glover, 201. 

Unite. 201. 
Blackmor. J. Adelle. 38:;. 
Blakc. Abipail (B.), 219. 

Alexander, 530. 

Amanda H. Tinkham, 
219. 

Charles W.. 219. 

Edwin A. 219. 

Elizabeth. 270. 

Gertrude H.. 210. 

ILannah E. Condon, 
219. 

Mary, 438. 

Philura Plumb, 115. 

Samuel. 210. 

Susan B.. 530. 

Su<;an Crosby. 530. 
Rlakcly. Adeline, 394. 

Bertha. 304- 

David. 394- 

Isaac N'.. 431. 

Ordelia. 343. 

Stella ^^. CB). 431. 
Blanchard. A., 91. 

Annie. 309. 

E. Odessa, 506. 



579 

Blanchard, l-", 1 i z a bcth 
(B.), 91. 
Mary E., 91. 
NL-iry Jcnks, 506. 
William, 506. 
Blandinp, A d a 1 i n c C. 
J'almer, 163. 
William, 163. 
Bliss, Abby A. Lewis, 

193- 

David, 193. 

JCphraim, 210. 

(ieurpc, 210. 

Hannah Ciibb<, 210. 

Pri.scilla (B.). 210. 
Blivan, Nancy (li.), 123. 

William, 123. 
Blivin, John, 181. 

Sally B.. 181. 
lUodpelt. Betsey. 318. 
Blount, Bessie H., 458. 

Henry F., 458. 

Lucia A. ICamcs, 458. 

Lucy Eamcs. 1^5. 

Mary F., 45^- 

Rebecca Riplev, 458. 

Walter. 458. 
Bogard, Christopher, 
278. 

Indiana L i p p c n- 
cott. 278. 
Boice, Eli, 452. 

Eva Plass. 452. 
lldlles, Lucius, 185. 
Bolton. Esther V.. 361. 

Frances E. B., 361. 

Georpe W., 361. 

Louisa G. CB.), 361. 

Olive Bigelow, 361. 

John, 361. 

Sarah E. B.. 361. 
Bond. Alvira (B.), 281. 

Anna. 281. 

Elnathan. 343. 

Eva R.. 343- 

Ira. 281. 

Sarah Wripht. 343. 

Tristam. 282. 
Bonfoey. Maria S.. 2.11. 
Bonsell. Emma C. Wild- 
er, 225. 

Thomas L., 225. 
Boomer, Mary. 54^^ 
Booth, Anna Knoche, 
490. 

Ansel, 477. 

Clara. 493. 

Elijah. 490. 

Elizabeth Paine, 491. 

George, 491. 



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4<jo. 
Hciiry H., 490. 
Kale Clark, a,!!- 
La Mott K., .|<^). 
LcoliiK', 477. 
Lydia, 3--J- 
Sophrcmia A. I5iowii, 

490. 
Wallace K., 490. 
rSorlaml, Henrietta, 140. 
Born, Cliarlcs P., .'74. 
Isaac, -74. 
Jesse Jones, 450. 
Katie Townsand, 459. 
Natlian W., 45(;. 
Ptarl, 450. 
Khuda Uadsell, 459. 
Sarah C. Duel, 274. 
Tacy A., 274. 
Waller U., 459- 
Boss. Mary (\\.). 47. 
Mary A., 2()<). 
Richard, 47. 
Riitli, 152. 
Bostford, Eva. 429. 
Boslwick, ICIectra. 147. 
l?os\vell, Adelbcrl, 269. 
Alfred, 269. 
FJizabelh (B.), 269. 
Ella J.. 26<;. 
Eva Daw ley, 269. 
George, 2i^. 
Harriet A. (B.), 269. 
Jennie A., 269. 
Susan. 269. 
William H.. 269. 
William S., 269. 
Bosworlh. Mary, 425. 
Bouclicr, Louise, 216. 
B o u r s, Hannah (B.), 
69. 
John, 69. 
Peter, 69. 
Bowan. Evelyn M., 490. 
Bowdcll, Ann, 41. 
Bo wen, A. H.. 4,^0. 

Amanda Whitney, 421. 
Catherine, 415. 
Fred J.. 421. 
George D.. 240. 
Gertrude S. Goodell, 

241. 
John, 230. 
Julia S! (R.), 4;,o. 
Julia Shields. 240. 
Louise E. (B). 420. 
Loveca E. Adain^. 4ir). 
Lvdia, 230. 
Vincent, 416. 



Index. 

B(jw(ii, William C. 241. 
Bower, Clara J. Web- 
ster, 529. 

Jolni, 529. 

Sarah 1 'aimer, 529. 
Huwers, Salina, 171s. 
Ii(jwler. Rebecca, 507. 
Bowman, l-'red. 5i.V 

Gertrude Curtis, 513. 

Suloma, 427. 
B<.v.l. l-.li/a J., S2S. 

I'Jllen, 312. 

E in m a E. Webster, 

Hiram W., 528. 

Jane M. Sawyer, 527. 

John S.. S2S. 

Mary M. :;2.S. 

Phila McI litre, 528. 

T. S.. 528. 
Boyle, Mary A., 412. 
Bradbrook, M a r y E., 

Bradfield, James, 513. 

Martha \\. Chichester, 
513- 
Bradford. Alice X., 4S5. 

Cecil, 4SS. 

Diana E.' (B.), 270. 

I'31len. 230. 

Gcorpe L., 485. 

James N., 270. 

Jane, 338. 

John W., 4S5. 

Lucy (B.). 121. 

Nellie E. (B.)", 485. 

Paul. 123. 
Bradshaw," Sarah (B.), 

116. 
Bradway, Abby (B.), 
.123. 

Hiram, 123. 
Brag. Mercy (P..), 260. 

William J., 260. 
Brainard. Elizabeth C, 
3^9- 

Florence ^^.. 479. 

Frank L.. 479. 

L. D.. 48<j. 

Martha. 489. 

Sarah E. (B."). 479. 
Braman, Jane (B.). 13. 
Brand. Almira J. Cran- 
dall. 20.'^. 

Anna. 208. 

.^ntoinette. 384. 

Barton, ijo. 

Charlotte C r a 11 d all, 
120. 

Elizabeth (B.), 13, 370. 



Brand, Esther ( B.). .j6. 
I'-unice Crandall, 370 
Melinda (li.), 64. 
Nathan, 36, 370. 
Koswell, 20S. 
Walter. 64. 
Brand.m, Ann Goodall, 
5'X). 
Clara B., 500. 
Joel, 500. 
Nettie B., 5fX). 
Brandenburg, Belle, 279. 
Gcuige S., 279. 
Lewis, 279. 
Lucetta, 279. 
Rebecca (B.;, 279. 
Samuel, 279. 
Braun, Mary L., 389. 
Brayton. .Mary E.. 317. 
Brazil. Marvin. 464. 
Matilda. .|M- 
Sarah Wilson. 464. 
Brcekenritlgc, A g a t ha, 
217. 
John, 217. 
Mary A. (B.), 217. 
Brewer, Esther, 424. 
Brewster, Anna, 455. 
Cora L. Rose, 456. 
Lois (B.), 272. 
Lois R., 456. 
Sarah, 455. 
Silas, 272. 
Wayne, 456. 
Brian, Mary, (^2. 
Briggs, Ai'mira Dillen- 
beck, 191. 
Almira Doxstadcr. 

337- 
Caleb, 152. 
Carrie E., 2,y]. 
Charles, 450. 
Charles E., 191, 450. 
Charles H., 450. 
Daniel C. 191. 
Delevan B.. 2,y]. 
Doris, 450. 
Edward. t,},2. 
Edward T.. },y]. 
Eleanor Dorn, 191. 
Elisha, igi. 
Garret F.., 191. 
Harry H., 450. 
Harry M., 450. 
Helen, 450. 
Henry I\, },},-]. 
Jessie Smith. 2,y7. 
John R.. yyj. 
Ttilia l\irling, lOi- 
L. J., 467. 



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Manila (H.). .33-'- 
Martha li., 45<J. 
Mary H.. 191. 
M a r y L. SamidtTS, 

Maiul MiiuT, 450. 

Orvilli- M.. 152. 

I'lulip S., 450- 

riiirlK- n.. 337- 

Kaclu-I, 191. 

Robert. I.|6. 

Koxanna, ^46. 

Kutli. 152. 

Sarah (15.). 14<'>- 19' • 

Sarah A. (B.), 15-'- 

Sabra Hiirlon, 191. 

Susan II. (H.). 450. 

Thuinas R.. lyi. 

William A., 191. ?,37- 
Bri(;bam, Alice \\'.. .V>7- 

Alice W. (H.), 397- 

Charles B., 397. 

William, 397. 
Bright. Sarah J., 433. 
Brightman, Mary, 344. 
Briiikcrhoff, Frances .\. 
Maxson, 382. 

George. 3S2. 
Bristol, 13ora. 403. 

Ira S., 403. 405. 406. 

Laura V.. 406. 

Metta, 405. 

Nancy Warner. 403. 
405. 406. 
Broatlbent, Enoch L.. 

415- 

Florence Noble, 415. 

Inez E., 415. 
Brockway. Albert E., 
4cS6. 

Amaryllis Myers, 486. 

Chester. 318. 

Cynthia (B.). 31 8. 

Emma. 487. 

George A., 487. 

Georgia C. 487. 

Leora. 487. 

Lillian M.. 4''^7- 

Maggie Apps. 487. 

Sarah F.. 318. 

Sarah R. Miller, 4S7. 

Walter 11.. 4S7. 
Brociy. Nellie. 363. 
Bromlev. Anne Burclick. 

J^5-' 
Charlotte R., 424. 
Simeon, 85. 
Bronson, Alvin, 2-7- 



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Hrnnsoii. Ellen, 327. 

Mary O'Connor, 327. 

Maud. 504. 
B rook !>, Ann! e B. 
Brown, 485. 

Asahel. 422. 

Carolme (B.), 140. 

ICliza, 4-'2. 

Elizabelh 1'., 39I. 

(ieorge M., 485. 
Joseph, 140. 

Sarah ]>rown, 422, 

Sarah ('., 422. 
Brousmaid, Mercy, 105. 
Brow, Sarah. 490. 
Brown, A. Marie Shu- 
rer, 404 

A. Marrila, 288. 

Abby A., 200. 

Abigail, KX), 186. 

Abigail (B.). 186. 

Al)rani A., 511. 

.Ada A., 414. 

Adelaide C, 4S4. 

Adelia P.. 288. 

.\delinc H.. 360. 

Albert C, 511. 

Alice A., 329. 

Alice Hostler, 296. 

Alice M. (B.). 171. 

Aimira M. McGlallin, 

4^^4. 
Almira R., 227. 
Altana Langworlhy, 

108. 
Amelia, 192. 
Amos, 187. 227. 
Amos 11.. 328. 
Andrew. 50. 
Angclinc (B.). 170. 
Anna L. Price, 495. 
Anna M.. 405. 
Annie B.. 485. 
Annie S., 329. 
Ardicicia P a 1 m e t e r, 

421. 
Arthur, 329. 
Austin, 171. 
Avon L., 342. 
Benadam W.. 484. 
Benjamin W., 485. 
Betsey, 186. 207. 
Blanche K. Seaman. 

495- 
Caroline (B.), 521. 
Caroline C. Rollins, 

484. 
Carrie. 473- 
Carrie Colby, 317. 
Catharine, 1S6. 



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Brow n, C a t h a r i n e 
Brown. iS<). 
Catherine M a b b t t t, 

32K, 514. 
Celestia Buxton, 288. 
Charity, 26. 
Charles, 416, 514. 
Charles A., 286. 
Charles B., 3^8. 
Charles F., 494. SM- 
Charles II., --c/j. 
Charles M., 24O. 
Charlotte Pendleton, 

7'- 
Christopher, 71, 186. 

Clara, 405- 
Clark, 287, 326. 
Cora H.. 494- 
Cyrus IL, vi. 483. 
Cyrus W.. 316. 
Daniel, 46, 451. 
David A.. S'l- 
Delilah. 233. 
Delilah Ruth (B.). 

416. 
r)eliverance, 254. 
Dennison, 327. 
Donald W., 394- 
Dora A., 447- 
Di.rcas (B.), 46, 60, 

87. 
Dorcas Gardner, 46. 
Edna, 325. 
Edwin, 287. 
Edwin S., 387. 
F^leazor, 87. 
Eliza. 498. 
Eliza A., 340. 
Eliza Carpenter, 451. 
Eliza W., 226. 
Elizabeth, 60. 
Elizabeth (B.), 187. 
Elizabetli C. Brainard, 

329- 
Elizabelh Chatterton. 

340. 
Elizabeth L., 484. 
Elizabeth Randolph, 

377- 
Elizabeth S. (B.), 316. 
Ella C. (B.), 326. 
Ella S., 495. 
Ellen W. (B.), 394- 
lunily, 46. 254. 
Emily D. Douse, 325. 
Emil'y E.. 483. 
Emily M.. 494- 
Emma. 278. 
Emma Baker, 511. 
Elsie L., 422. 



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Brown, EsiIkt, 226. 
luinicc, 186. 
I'.unicc Saflord, 490. 
R Rosalie. 28H. 
Fidelia, 465. 
Kitlilia Craiulall, 207. 
Fidelia D.. 3-'5. 
F'loreiicc Shaw, 3J9. 
Franklin L., 226. 
F'rcderic N., 361. 
George, 8, 251, 484. 
George A., 226, 511. 
George T., 325, 3<)i. 
Georgeanna, 3O1. 
Gertrude (H.), 387. 
Gideon P., 484. 
Gladys, 511. 
Grace K., 4S4. 
Hannah (H. ). <)9, 226. 
Hannali 15. Weils. 251. 
Hannah llurdick, 85. 
Hannali Denison. 91. 
Hannah R.. 145. 
Hannah I'Johinson, 145. 
Harold. 4()5. 
Harriet. 325, 451. 
Harriot A., 473. 
Harriet A. B r o \v n, 

473- 
Harriet E. (H.), 414. 
Harvey. 288. 
Helen, 325. 421. 
Helen M., 361. 
Henry C, 494. 
Henry E., 484. 
Henry I*".. 495. 
Herbert C, 521. 
Horace C, 484. 
Hosea, 226. 
Hosea J., 226. 
Ida F. Sarlc, 257. 
Ira, 226, 296. 
Isaac, 377. 
Jabish, 186. 325. 
James, 286. 
Janus S., 317. 
Jane. 7, 8. 
Jeremiah, 27S. 
Jesse, 200, 361. 
Jessie Bartlett. 246. 
John, 94. 207, 387, 

416, 473, 547. 
John A., 414. 
John IV, 317. 
John D., 417. 
John W.. 108. 
Josciih M., 4<)^. 
Julia (B.). 2S7. 
Kale B., 504. 
Kalherine M., 484. 



Index. 

Brown. Kearn B.. 521. 
Laura B. Birdsey, 329. 
L a V i n a Richardson, 

317- 
Lee C., 4«)4. 5'4- 
Lee E., 485. 
Lena McGregor, 48s. 
Le Roy. 288. 
Lewis G., 257. 
Lihbie. 178. 
Lois. \H(). 207. 
Lorenzo S., 329. 
Loretta, 170. 
Louisa. 384. 
Louisa M., 3^)1. 
Louise A., 484. 
Lucinda, 314, 416. 
Lucinda Ellison. 521. 
Lucy, 304. 
Luther, 226. 
Lynn, 4^)0. 
M a I V i n a Newbury, 

361 
Maranda, 480. 
Mart'aret Holmes, 186. 
^L■l^la E. Cory, 511. 
Marie 1'^, 374. 
Marie Scheurcr, 514. 
Marion L., 484. 
Mark I... 278. 
Martha, 451. 
Martha (li.), 494. sM- 
Martha C. Hollis. 4.S4 
KTary. 14^, 441, 452. 
Marv (B.). 8, 469. 
Mary A. (B.), 286. 
Mary A. Colby, 48=;. 
Mary E. Cliff. 4I7- 
Mary Gardner, 288. 
Mary Hyde, 2;4. 
Mary L. Hollis, 484. 
Mary M. Cox. 495. 
Mary S., 495- 
Marv Swincburn. 387. 
Mar'y Wells, 287. 
Melow, 226. 
Mercv, 127. 
Mercy A. (B.), 180. 
Mercy Kinney (B.), 

T06. 
Morton IT., 421. 
Merlon L.. 226. 
Minnie Clark. 296. 
Minnie L., 485. 
Morris E., 295. 
Munroc S., 495. 
Myra, ^,2^.- 

Myrtie Waldorf, 4^0. 
Myrtle L., 417. 
Nancy, 377. 



Brown, Nathan, 106. 

Nchciniah, 99. 

Nirliolas. 7. 

Noah, 186. 

Olive, 207, 229. 

Orissa A. (B.), 29;. 

Orissa E. (Bj, 278. 

Peleg, 43, 187. 

Petis J). Damon. 485. 

Phebe (B). 94- 

Polly Robbins, 327. 

Rebecca, 226. 

Renal), 2.14. 

Rf)berl, Ks. 

Ruth (i'.J (Jardner, 
87. 

Ruth L., 521. 

S. iNLaric, 288. 

Sabrina, 162. 

Samuel, xxv, 374, 384. 

Sarah, 104, 327, 422, 
4(>!. 

Sarah C. Maxson, 483. 

Saraii Cobb, 50. 

Sarah Iv, 317. 

Sarah M , 4.36. 

Sclina Davis, 323. 

Sfiphronia A., 490. 

Stephen. 9», 34°. 5^'- 

Susan Allen, 374. 

Susan M., 495. 

Susan Monroe. 328. 

Susan West. 361. 

Susanna. 186. 

Susannah, 207. 

Tenn)orance. 186. 207. 

Tentie Latham. 384. 

Thomas, 485. 

Thomas C.. 485. 

Thomas M.. 180. 

Triphcna, 123. 

W. S.. 4C)C). 

Warren D., 304- 

Wilfred M.. 484- 

\\'illiam. 504. 

William C., 511. 

William V.., 417- 

William R.. 304. 

William S.. 31/. .^94- 

W'initred Ball. 485- 
Browning. A.. 80. 

Bridget B.. 436. 

Clarence E.. 215. 

Davis. 387. 

Eliza Green, 343- 

Elizabeth. 208. 

Elizabeth (B.). 80.^ 

IClizabeth Palmer. 3-'^7- 

Eva S. (B.), 215. 

Joseph, 48. 



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Mary A., 387- 
llrucc, Ilarrieltc (B.), 
290. 

Ihiiry, 290. 
Ikuimr, Joanna. 371. 
Hruiulagc, Eva L., 360. 

George C, 3'^- 

Lucy A. (B.), 3(io- 

Mary E., 3(^- 
Briisic. llannali, 163. 

Harriet M., 4''>4- 

Kctura ICglcston, 296. 

Olive, 2(A 

Robert, 296, 4G4, 
Bryan, Cornelia, 225. 
Bryant, Cornelia llilJe, 

405- 

Levi, 405. 

Lucy, 256. 

Olive, 405. 
Bryne, Jennie, 413. 
Bncli, Joseph, 482. 

Mahel, 4^2. 
Buck, Daniel E., 245. 

Khoda (B."), 245. 
Buckley, Elizabeth, 443. 
Budington, J., lOO. 

Soplironia D e n i son, 
100. 
Budlong, Ada M. Titus, 

497. 

Anna K., 497. 

Doris, 497- 

Elizabeth, 496. 

Florence F., 496. 

Irene M., 497- 

Irving J., 407- 

Keziah G. (B.), 330. 

Jennie L., 496. 

Jerome J., 330. 

Sarah, 115. 
Bufi'in, Mary, 252. 
Buffinglon, Daniel, 151. 

Emma, 355. 

Mary, 151. 

Mary Reynolds. 151. 
Bupbec, Ames, 19S. 

Hepsibah (B.), 3S5. 

Joseph, 3S5. 

^L^^tha. 19S. 

Mart h a Woodward. 
198. 
BuRg. Henry. 363. 

Nellie Brody, 363. 
Bull, Annie, 154. 

Charles, 154. 
Bullfinch. Betsey, 164. 
Bunda, Stella. 212. 
Bunker, Tanthca P., 12S. 



Index. 

Bunker, Rebecca Proc- 
tor, 12«. 
]jurch, Calvin, 239. 
Charlotte, 207. 
Cynthia Randall, 207. 
Damarc, 287. 
Damarius (B.), 207. 
Henry, 138, 207. 
John H., 207. 
Lois Brown, 207. 
Mary, 207, 234. 
Mary Iri^li, 138, 207. 
Mary Pelton, 239. 
Nathan, 207. 
I'aul. 207, 2S7. 
l'lRl)e, 13.^. 
I'lK-be Hinckley, 207. 
S u s anna Pendlet(jn, 

234, 400. 
Temperance B r o w n, 

207. 
Thomas. 234. 
Burtch. Eunice A., 400. 
Ida. 400. 

Sarah Barber. 309. 
Thomas, 400. 
Burdick, A. B.. 193. 
Abigail, 61. 85. 
Ada Langworthv, 238. 
Alfred R.. 300. 
Almira, 170. 
Almyra, 204. 
Alonzo, 239. 
Amelia A. Sattcrlee, 
229. 

Amos, 205. 

Amy (B.), 239. 

Amy K., 452. 

Ami F. Hiscox. 237. 

Anna Angell. 441. 

.•\nna Coon. 205. 

Anna M. (B.), 292. 

Anna O.. ^73- 

Anne. 61, 85. 

Anne F., 347- 

Antoinette. 516. 

.•\rlton, 309. 

Ashel, 287. 

B. F., 516. 

Benjamin B.. 237. 

Benjamin 1*".. 314. 516. 

Barl)ara. 99. 

Benjamin. 3S3. 384. 

Betsv Crandall, 377. 

Catherine. 381. .^82.383 

Catherine Clark. 205. 

Catherine Irwin. 378. 

Clara E. Stillman, 302 

Curtis E.. 294. 

Daisy, 447. 



583 



Burdick, Daniel, 441- 
Deborah Sprague, 300. 
Desire, 124. 
Desire Palmer, 2S7. 
D i a n n a -NLicombcr, 

302. 
Dolpiiin D., 299- 
Duane D., 171. 
ICdmund, 509. 
Edward, 54O. 
b:iiza ll.idly. 509- 
Edward, 29. 
lulward IL, 237. 
l<:dwin, 170. 
Elery, 171. 
Elisha C, 302. 
Elizabeth, 152, 465- 
Elizabeth (B.)., 61, 83. 
Elizabeth M., 400, 401. 
Ella M. Kenyoii, 300. 
Ellen E. (B.), 452. 
Ellinda Tiffany, 293. 
Elmira, 161. 
Emily A., 516. 
Emily F. (B.), 294. 
Emma Biers, 294. 
Esther, 250. 
Esther Gavilt, 124. 
Ellian L., 170. 

F. O.. 376. 
Fanny, 261. 
Frances, 61, 85. 
Frank D., 473- 

G. Dudley, 4H- 
Gardner, 377. 
George, 239. 
George H., 266. 
George L., 266. 
George N., 238, 410. 
George S., 302. 
Georgiana, 411. 
Grace Greene, 473- 
Hannah, 8?, 99. 124- 
Hannah (B.), 5i- 
Hannah C. Doty, 238. 
Hannah Maxson, 85. 
Hannah Stillman, 3S3, 

3^4- 
Hat tic E., 509. 
Harley B., 4/2. 
Harold, ,303. 
Harriet (B.), 302. 
Harriet R.. 293. 
finrriet V. Douse, 237. 
Helen A., 203. 
Henry, 162, 170, 292. 
Henry D., 203. 
Henry L., 169. 
Hiram, 220. 
Hubbard, 61, 85. 



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lJurdick, Hiildah, 162. 

Isaac, 237. 

Isaac v., 237. 

Isaac H., 229. 

Israel 1'., 212. 

James R., 292, 373. 

James T., 293. 

Jane, 309. 

Jennie A. Oliver, 166. 

Jesse, 16^). 

Jesse A., 166. 

Jessie L., 294. 

John, f.i, 85. 3U7, 37^- 

John v., 293. 

Josephine, 372, 411. 

Judith Maxsoii, 102. 

Julia A. Murpiiy, 314. 

Justin 11., 302. 

Laiitie A.. 377. 

Lecta, 2S7. 

Lee Roy, 309. 

Leonard, 452. 

Lillie A., 300. 

Lizzie J.. 452. 

Lucy, 228. 

Lucy A. (D.), 299. 

Lydia, 383. 

Lydia (H.), 123. 

Lydia Crandall, 292. 

Mandaiic lilliott, 293. 

Maria M., 293. 

Marian A., 516. 

Martha, 451. 

Martha A. Irisli, 342. 

Martha C, 238. 

Mary E., 411, 4S5. 

Mary E. (B.). 30-2. 

Mary E. Corhctt, 309. 

Mary E. Van Ant- 
werp, 410. 

Mary L., 137, 50^ 

Mary L. (B.). 237. 

Mary Taylnr, 505. 

Mattie A. Mendenhall, 
303. 

Maxson, 61, 85. 

May K., 376. 

Nancy, 162. 

Nancy M., 441. 

Oliver, 123, 137. 

Paul, 61, 85, 300. 

Peter, 124. 

Phcbe (B.). 207. 

Phel)c Crandall, 342. 

Phohe I. (B.), 170. 

Philena (B.). 170. 

Polly, 137. 

.^oUy Slillinan, 204. 

Prudence Petti- 
bone, 309. 



Index. 

Burdick, Rachel Slocuni, 

Robert, 3. 

Roxanna, i()6. 

Ruth, <)8. 

Sally (15.). 1(16. 

Samuel, 204. 

Samuel P., 309. 

Sarah, 61, 85, 373. 

Sarah A., 3(Xj. 

Sarah A. (urey, 293. 

Sarah A. McsIrt. J37- 

Sarah B. Holmes, 3<)7. 

Sarah C. Lewis, 193. 

Sarah Clark, 20. 

Silas, 207, 239, 342. 

Silas C, 505. 

Solomon C, 238. 

Susan, (>8, 3rx). 

Susan P. (B.), 212. 

Susamiah, 1 37. 

Tabitha Wilcox, 85. 

Tacy, 228. 

Tcmpcraiue, 205. 

Thankful L., 260. 

Thomas T., 237. 

Thompson, bi, 85. 

Urclta Knai^p, idg. 

Viola M. (B.), 266. 

Walter T., 473. 

Wealthy A., 384. 

Welcome, 309. 

William, 205. 

William P., 293. 

Zemira O. (B.), 170. 
Burgess, Carrie Temple, 
337- 

Chloc (B.), 191. 

Chloe E., 337. 

Dianthc Ilibi)ard, 337. 

Edward E.. 337. 

Ezekiel, 191. 

I'rances, 337. - ■ 

Mary. 337_ 

Mary E. King, 191. 

Prudence D., 337. 

William V.. 191. 
Burg, Mary B., 191. 
Burger, Cora. 2S9. 

I^olford, 289. 

Myrtle, 289. 
Burhite. Katherinc Ma- 
pce, 244. 

Rachel, 244. 

Walter. 244. 
Burke. Albert C, 328. 
40.V 

Caroline A.. 302. 

Clara Booth. 493. 

Eleanor R., 302. 



Burke, Ellen M.. 328. 

Frances M. Beeman, 
493- 

Fred H., 493. 

(Jeorgc B., 302. 

Harriet E. (B.), 302. 

Mabel M., 302. 

Margaret S., 228, 
302. 

Maria (B.), 3-V. 

Mary \V. Smith, 493. 

Walter S., 493- 

William L.. 302. 
Burkle, J.icob, S28. 

Mary M. Boyd. 528. 
Burlingham, Philip, 94. 

Polly (B.). 94- 
Burnap, Abijah, 396. 

Alethea. 3</). 

Mary A. Merrill, 396. 

Mary E. Mathews, 
3')(i- 

Rachel Howe, 396. 

Willard, 39O. 

Willard L., 39^). 
Burnham, Achsah (B.), 
227, 404. 

Julia (B.), 404. 

Milton M., 227, 404. 

Olive L., 404. 

Samantha. 453. 
Burns, Clarissa. 334. 

Porter C, 334- 

Sadie. 265. 
Burr. Mary, 457. 
Burrell. Mary A.. 403. 
Burroughs. Laura, 488. 

Louise Ruggles, 488. 

Polly, 440. 

Thomas. 488. 

Arvis, 508. 

Hannah. 91. 

Jessie M. Irish. 508. 
Burt. Abigail. 255. 
Burtis, Ann. 410. 
Burton. Lucrctia Miller. 
436. 

Lucy, 436. 

Sabra, 191. 

Silas. 436. 
Burwell. John. 464. 

Sarah C.. 464. 

Sarah Hotighton. 4'^4- 
Bush. Carrie L. Holdcn, 
502. 

Emma T. CB.), 501. 

I'Vank i).. 502. 

Lewis R.. 501. 
Busha. Angeline Bre- 
mer, 524. 






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Hushiicll, Phcbc (D.), 

78. 
B u 1 1 f r, Catlicriiic E., 

Cynthia Stanley, 536. 
Eli/.a, 145- 
Kli/abeth l^lliot, 456. 

J-:iia s.. 537. 

Sarali Dcnison, (ji. 

Sarah J., 45(>. 

Thotiias, 91. 

I'riah, 456. 

Walter C, 536. 
Button, Amelia Sims, 
239 

Harriet, 239. 

Lydia, 256. 

Kicliard, 239. 
Butts, Julian Lowell, 

531- 
Lavina, 531. 
Buxton. Celcstia, 288. 
Daniel, 322. 
Lyilia Case, 322. 
Prudence, 1122. 
Selah (IV). :^22. 
C a d \v c 1 1, Edmond G., 

500. 
Edward J., ;]x^- 
Florence L., 500. 
Fred G.. 500. 
George B.. 500. 
Ida A. Daniel, 500. 
Jane A. (B.), 3^;^. 
Nettie B. Brandan, 

500. 
Su.san E. Page, 500. 
Cadv. Alplieus. 189. 
Anne (B.), 189. 
Betsey Tompkins, 189. 
Ebene/cer. 189. 252. 
Eliza Merritt. 189. 
Elizabeth Smith. 252. 
Eunice Calkins. 189. 
George W.. 189. 
Harriet. 189. 
John B., 189. 
Nelson. 180. 
Olivia S.. 2^2. 
Pattey A. Chambers, 

189. 
Pernilla II a m i 1 t on, 

189. 
Sally. 189. 
Sally Noyes. 189. 
Su-inn Merritt. 189. 
William. 189. 
Cahill, Velvis, 345. 



Index. 

Cahoon, Elizabeth, 80. 
Cahooiii-, Harriet, 262. 
Henry, 262. 
Mary J.. 2t}2. 
Calkin>, Charles, 248. 

Eunice, 189. 

Mary A. (B.), 248. 
Call, Jane, 434. 
Camp. Edward P., 424. 

Harriet M. (B.), 424. 

I lenry I,., 4_'4. 

-M. W. Wadbworth, 
424. 

Mary E.. 424. 

Plu-l'.e A., 172. 
Cam|)t)ell. Addic Dick- 
ens, 528. 

Albert. 528. 

Alfred. 444. 

Alice E. (B.), 444. 

Alice T., 444. 

Edith, 519. 

Ellen, 444. 

Frederick. 1 14, 145. 

Grace Plumb, 115. 

Harriet (B.), 251. 

Horatio N., 252. 

Harriet S., 252. 

James W., 519. 

James M., 518. 

Jean. 276, 461. 

Jerusha Church, 397. 

Jessie B., SI9. 

Jessie H. (B.), 389. 

John G.. 444. 

John P.. 38<j. 

Laura, 507. 

Lydia, :^i)7. 

Magpie L., 530. 

Mary Buffm. 252. 

Mary S., 519. 

Phebc A.. t;i9. 

Phebc A. (B.). 518. 

Richard, 307." 

Rowena. 519. 

Samuel, i m. 

Sarah \B.), ^8. 

Sarah (B.) (B.), 114, 

145- 
Stanton. 58, 116. 
Winthrop, 250. 
C a n e y, Martha (B.), 
246. 
Smith. 246. 
Canfield, Lucy. 222. 
C a n n e r. Rhoda (B.), 

123. 
Canning. Francis, xiii. 
Cany. Charles. 215. 
Elizabeth. 215. 



Caprins, Almira B., 513. 

Augustus, 3fj8. 

Nancy J, (B.), 368. 
Card. Amy, 83. 

Benjamin, 372. 

Job, 83. 

Lua E., 372. 

Martlia, 152. 

Mary, 274. 
Cargill, Albert, 279. 

lunma ( B.), 279. 
Carlton, Su^an, 225. 
Carmen, Louisa A., 170. 
Carmun, Eliza J., ^yj. 

Elizabeth. 339. 

Philip, 339. 
Carnahan, Suphia, 246. 
Carnes, Leman, 122. 

Mary (B.), 122. 
Carpenter, Amanda, 209. 

Cora L. (B.), 457. 

David. 457. 

Deborah, 297. 

I-:arI C. 342! 

Edith L.. 457. 

Eliza. 451. 

Esther, 132. 

George I., 342. 

Guy, 342, 

Guy C, 34-2. 

Hannah (B.), 141. 

Henry. 274. 

Hczckiah. 132, 

Jemima Bclden, 457. 

Jemima Pari■^h. 342. 

Julian E.. 457. 

Lillian (B.), 487, 

Lydia (B.), 274- 

Minnie, 502. 

S.. 141. 

Salome (B.). 274. 

Samuel, 274, 342. 

Sands. 141, 

Vernon A.. 457. 

Viola S. Irish, 342. 
Carr, Addie, 269. 

Catherine Weedin, 511. 

Elijah. \()(). 

Elizabeth. 192. 

Elizabeth Lawton. 546. 

Lucy J. Cory. 511. 

Maria A.. 512. 

Nancy. 269. 

Nathan. 269. 

Nicholas E.. 512. 

Pelcg C. =;il. 

Phebe. 34S. 

Robert. 5.}''). 

Saberah (B.). 169. 

Thomas G., 511. 



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lantlic A., 433. 

John, 43-'- 

Louise Inirnian, 4J7. 
Carringloii, Han id C. 
(H.). 4lo. 

Jackson D., 440- 

Nettie, 440. 
Carrii, Kvalim-, 454. 

John, 454. 

Sarah, 454. 
Carrs, Caleb, .5. 
Carskaden, A. Manila 
Brown, 288. 

Jerome, 288. 
Carter, Annie M., 3^7. 

AuRusla C. CotUcll, 

173- 
Benjamin, 24-'. 
Chloc E., 337. 
Klieu M.. 242. 
l''mma A., 297. 
George, 297. 
Maria Savaf^c, 242. 
Prudence (15), vi. 
Prudence D. Burgess, 

337- 

Russel, 337. 

Ruth, 470. 

Samuel, 173. 

Thomas, 31. 
Carver, Adam M., 534. 

Florence T., 534. 

Forest M., 534. 

Hamilton, 534. 

Harry W., 534. 

Irma C, 534. 

John, 40. 

Minnie E. (B,), 533. 

Roy II., 534. 

Wales, 534. 
Cary. Edward T., 442. 

Katherine T h o m a s, 
442. 

William II.. 44-'. 
Case. A. J.. 472. 

Amy L.. 241. 

Betsey, 234. 

Earl. 472. 

Harriet. 273. 

Lcora (B. ). 472. 

Lucenia, 358. 

Lydia. $22. 

Milton. 472. 
Casey. Catherine. 232. 
Cass. Carlton B.. 457. 

Horatio. 457. 

Horatio G.. 4^7. 

Mary J. (B.)". 4.-. 

Mildred F., 457. 



Index. 

Cass, Theresa Petrich, 

457- 
Casllc, I". Azelia, 303. 

AsluT, 303. 

I.oui^a Bi^h(>p, 303. 
Caswell, I.ydia, 57. 
Calelv. A., 163. 

Iluldah B. Palme r, 
163. 
Catlin, Burden. ^^2. 

Caroline, 2,^2. 

(Jl.ira M., 4(>> 

Eli/a J., 4«/j. 

1: 1 i z a b e t h Col- 
brailh. ,-^,^2. 

I'rank N., 500. 

John M., 332. 

Julia A., 300. 

Julia M., 4')^). 

Katherine Bixhy, 23-- 

Laura, 332. 

Lewis. ^,\2. 

Louisa (.B.). 332. 
Meda Pennel, ^^2. 

Sarah Norris, 332. 
Catonel, Adele, 216. 
Cavalleris. l'',nricolT..3o.'). 

Katherine C. ( B.).300. 
Cearley. Ednnnid, 426. 

Louise 1'... 426. 

Lucretia Polk. 426. 
Chafec. Abhy C.. 3.?«- 
Chaffee. Catherine. =^K. 

Catherine B. (B.), 
515. 

Charles. 515. 

Cora, 406. 

Dora. 505. 

Lydia Word en. 515. 

^iary L.. 515. 

Mary Wrifiht. 175. 

Rnhert C. 51 ^. 

William W.. 515- 
Chalker. Alexander. 77. 

Mchitalilc. 30. 77. 

Mehitablc Chapman, 

77- 
Sarah Dcnison (B.), 

.3S. 39- 
Stephen. 38. 39. 40, 

77. 78. 
Chamberlain. Carrie A. 
(B). 308. 
Sarah. 243. 
William. 30S. 
Chambers. P a t t e v A., 

180. 
Chamr>ion. Byrfm. 272. 
Joel, 272. 
Maria (B.), 272. 



Champion, Oscar, 272. 

Polly, 271. 
Champlain, Mary (Bj, 

3«-l. 
Champlin. Ann. 27. 

Anna {li.), 116. 

Annie, 384. 

Annie L. .Stanton, 437. 

Benjamin, 208. 

Charles, 212, 437. 

Christ' ipher, 2^. 

Cornelia M. Cory, 353. 

Daniel, 437. 

E. F., 465. 

Eliza Coltrell. 437. 

K\vd li. Crandall, 4G5. 

Fidelia P>rown, 465. 

I^idelia D. Brown, 32^. 

l-'rank, 325, 465. 

Hannah, 72. 75. 

Haiuiah Clark, 75. 

James, 26. 

Jeffres, 543, 544. 545- 

Jeffrey, 13, 2b, 80, 117. 

John A.. 377- 

Joseph, 2O. 

Joshua. 26. 

Lionel II.. 353. 

Lucy Green, 377. 

AL-irlha (B.), 212, 377- 

Mary, 18. 74, 130. 

Marv (B.), 13. 26. 

Mary A. (B.), 208. 

Mary Badcock. 13, 18 

Mary Clarke. 2O. 

Mary Norlhrup. 80. 

^Iiriam F. Clark. 353- 

Nancy A. (B.), ii7- 

Nathan, 117. 

Prudence, 50. 

Rowland. 116, 117. 

Samuel. 26. 75. 

Susanna. 125. 

Su'-anna (B.). 48- 

Su-~annah. 26. 80. 

William. 13. i^- 26, 
48. 116, 54 f- 

William .\., 3-'3- 

William W.. ?43- 
Champlins. William. 54^ 
Chandler. Margaret. 4J- 
Chapin. A. W.. 24''. 

Bettie (B). 24". 

Clarissa, 251. 

Darius, 120. 

Hannaii Cranrlall. l^- 
Chapman. A. EhVabeth, 

407. 
Abigail Burdick, 85. 

Alfred, 481. 



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Aiidnw, !-'<;. 

Ann !•:., ^Sl. 

U. A. Kcnytju, 407. 

Ik'tsy (iardincr, .|.Si. 

lili/a Krooks, ^-'J. 

IClizabclli. 491. 

I'jnnia M., 241. 

II. P., 407. 

Hannah (H.), 241. 

Hannah P. (15 J, 24> 

Ida M., 2^)6. 

Janirs H., 24> 

I.ara (H.), 45« 

Lila, 422. 

Ma^urice, 458. 

Mary, 129. 

Mcliitablf, 77. 

Samuel, 77. 

Sarah, 269. 

Sarah C. Brooks, 422. 

W'clhrian Pahnor. 129. 

William, 241, 45X. 

William H.. 422. 
Chaiipcll, Delia A., 319. 

Mary II., 269. 
. Richard, is 3. 

Rulh (B.)7i53. 
Chase, Alice R. Jollic, 

354- 
Altana F. Ahiiv, 3^4. 
Delia (B.). 406. 
Karnest, 354. 
Elizabeth, 134. 
Florence E. Green, 

355- 

Henry A., 406. 

Jacob, 406. 

Nellie, 406. 

Philip B., 354. 

Sarah A. Rawlett, 239. 

Sarah E. Cook. 3^4. 

W'alter W., 355. 

William C. 354. 
Ch a t t e r t on, Eliza- 
beth. 340. 
Chauncey, Emily. 525. 
C h c b o n d y. Cynthia 
French, 321. 

Nancy, 321. 

Rc7in. 321. 
Cheescbro, P r u d e n c e, 
^ 517. 
Chcesebrough, Abigail, 

Cheesbroiiph. M.iry, 71. 
Chencv. I'.lizabctli >[. 
(B.V 305. 

John D.. 30=^. 

Mary II., '286. 



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Cheney, Mary R., 305. 

Oliver, 305. 

Rebecca, 305. 

S. ICvelyn, 305. 

Sarah, 179. 
C h V V r V, Carrie (B.), 

33H. 
Chesei>ro, Bridget Stan- 
ton, 162. 

(iilbert, ^^H. 

1 larriet Haskell, 415. 

Lncretia M. (B.), 415. 

Lucy, 338. 

Lucy Sl.mton, 338. 

Natiian, 162. 

Pauline, 415. 

Sanuiel, 415. 

Sauuiel }i., 415. 

\'ashti. 162. 
Chesebrough, .Xmos, 90. 

Hct>ey ( H.), 122. 

Caroline L., 204. 

Carrie A., 434. 

Eunice, 217. 

Jane Call, 434. 

Julia T.. 204. 

Julia Thompson, 204. 

Perry. 204. 

Samuel, 122. 

Submit I'almer, 122. 

Sylvester, 434. 
Chichester, A n n i c K. 
Smith. 505. 

Christopher C, 513. 

Esther M., 513. 

Frank, 505. 

Frank S., 505. 

Gertrude. 505. 

George IT., 513. 

Georgia Garry, 513. 

Harriet E., 513. 

Harry C, 513. 

Jane A. (13.), 340. 

Martha II., 513. 

Myrtle, 513. 

Roxanna Curtis, 513. 

Sarah Rhodes, 505. 

William F.. 340. 
Childs. Ann G., 145. 

Cora H. Brown. 494. 

Fannie. 494. 

J. ^L. 404. 

Walter, 404. 
Chiliingwortli. Alice M., 

455- 
Chipman. Charles A., 

464. 
Charles C. 464. 
Charles II.. 464. 
Flora P. Clark, 464. 



Ciiipnian, Frances M., 
464. 

Frances Saunders, 464. 

Martha, 377, 378. 

Martha J , 378. 

M.irv V... 317. 

Nathan h"., 37S. 

Phebe M., 4O4. 

Robert C, 464. 
Christie, Catherine (B.), 
388. 

Eraser, 38S. 

Eraser A., ^SS. 

John, 388. 

Mary A. Eraser. 388. 
Chubb, I.el.ind, 2^0. 

Susan B. (B.)" 230. 
Clink, Ivlizabcth Taylor, 
422. 

T. C, 422. 
Church, Abner, 422. 

Betsey, 184. 

Carrie Bnjwn. 473. 

Eunice (B.), 536. 

George A., 422. 

Howard, 422. 

Jerusha, 397. • 

Lucinda, 184. 

Lucy Catherine GoC)d- 
eli, 422. 

Lucy Lung, 422. 

Lvdia, 184. 

Lvdia (B.), 184. 

Mclvin D., 536. 

Robert G., 422. 

Sophronia, 184. 

Susamia, 150. 

Sylvanus. 184. 

William B.. 422, 473. 
Clapp, Eliza, (jS. 

Susan, 98. 
Clark. A. C. 400. 

Adalinc (B.), 09. 

Adelaide Wallace 
fB.). 214. 

Albert L., 283. 

Albert >L, 463. 

Alfred, 192. 

Alice L. (B.), 480. 

Altana Langworthy, 
192. 

Altic F., 297. 

Amey, 119. 

Amos. 27. 

Amy, 208. 

Angeline Crandall, 
287. 

Ann E., 354. 

Barbara F., 421. 

Barbara M., 287. 



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Bcthia, 27. 

Bcthiali llulihard, _V. 
Gallic !•:., 4-^0. 
Caroline, 441. 
Catlicrinc, 205. 
Catherine llancic, 400. 
Catherine J\ndUl«>n, 

59- 
Cclia A. (B.), 301. 
Charles, 214, 2^J^), 320. 
Charles T., 3-'0. 
Charlotte I). (15.). JS3. 
Charlotte S h e r man, 
• 2S7. 

Oilue Maxson. 287. 
Christopher. 57. 
Clara M. J)o(lgc, 320. 
Clayton C, 171. 
Cora H., 400. 
Daniare Hnrch, 287. 
Dehorah Carpenter, 

297. 
Deborah Pendleton. 20- 
Delia, 532. 
Devolson, 214. 
Dora, 29<}. 

Dorothy Maxson. 30. 
E. Antoinette, 287. 
E. R., 171. 
Eben, 101. 
Eleanor C. 461. 
Eleanor Thomas, 287. 
Elisha, 30. 45. 
Eliza L.. 300. 
Elizabeth. 50. 150. 256. 
Elizabeth (B.). 17. 24. 
Elizabeth R.iijnell, 480. 
Elizalieth Phnnb. 57. 
Elizabeth S. (B.), 214. 
Ella L., 297. 
Ellen Hnplies, 440. 
Elmer, 303. 
Emclinc Mnrphy. 421. 
Etnily I'ardee. 3fX). 
Esther Landpiiere, 

2S7. 
Ethan, ^o. 
Eunice (B.), 48. 
Eva. 532. 
Ezra. 3^5- 

Fidelia Deni^on. 287. 
Flora P., 464. 
Frances G.. 30T. 
Gcor^re, 256. 480. 
Guv S., 5^2. 
TI.'Moran. 2S7. 
Hannah. 50. 75. 
Hannah Cottrcll, >o. 
Harriet E. (B.), 301. 



Index. 

Clark. Hazel E., 44"- 
Henrietta C. (B.), 

171. 
Henry, 59, 113, 297. 
Hiram, 179. 
Hosea B., 287. 
Ida .\l., 4^)4. 
Isabel Davis, 283. 
James, j{). 
James B.. 532. 
Job, 208. 
Job B., 300. 
Jol) JJeniiett. 59. 
Joim I)., 287. 
Jonathan, 48. 
Joseph, 3. 24, 287. 
Josephine B. (1?.), 

440. 
Joslma, 27, 59. 
Judson, 214. 
Kate. 477. 
La I-'ayette, 287. 
Laura li. (B.), 297. 
Leigli. 5.^-*- 
Lillian A., 463. 
Lily, 395- 
Lois (B.). s8. 
Lorana (B.), 287. 
Louisa. 265. 
Lucinda Johu'^on. 287. 
Lucius P., 287. 
Lucy A.. loi. 
Lucy Stapi). 531. 
Lulu P., 297. 
Lvman C. 297. 
M'abel. 284. 
Mar^^^ret Black. 532. 
Margaret M a 1 c o m. 

2Q(). 

Martha (B.), 87. 
Mary, 203, 303. 
Mary A., 170. 
Mary E., 301. 
Mary Perkins. 301. 
M:it'v Potter. 30. 45. 
Meli'ssa (B.). 3S5. 
Minnie. 2<y). 
Miranda Hines. lOi. 
Miriam F.. 353. 
Nathan. 59. 87. 
Nathaniel. 48. 
Norman L., 287. 
Oliver, 58. 
Par<lon, 421. 
Paul. 170, 301. 
Perry C. 203. 
Phehc y\. Gorton. 463. 
Philip. 461. 
Phinens, ';9. 
R. Le Roy. 287. 



Clark. Ray P.. 301. 
Richard, 283. 
Kowse, 152. 
.Samuel, 2K7, 480. 
Sarali, 206, 222. 
Sarah hlebarly, 532. 
Sarah Hortoti, 25O. 
Sarah L. (B.), 179. 
Sarah Saunders, 3_'o. 
Sinieon, 27. 
Susanna, 24, 152. 
Susanna (B.), 46. 
Thankful Violet, 29. 
Theresa, 303. 420. 
Thomas, 17, 24. 440. 

548. 540. 
'IVvpheiia. .\.\7. 
VVillet. 59- 
William. 532. 
Zoriaster, i/^. 
Clarke. Amanda, 163. 
Amey, 82. 
Ann, 26. 27. 
Ann (B.). 30. 
Ann Champlin, 27. 
Annie Coon, 420. 
Archie A.. 312. 

Ariiioe (B.), 167. _ 

Bernie S.. 312. 

Bethia Hubbard, 26. 
27, 29. 30. 

Bethiah, 27. 

Gallic E., 420. 

Caroline, 312. 

Charles, 386. 

Christopher. 27. 

Deborah Carpenter. 
167. 

Elizabeth. 386. 

Elizabeth (,B.), 24. 29. 
.30. 

Elizabeth Sandfor^l. 
82. 

Freddie. 312. 

Gitty Smith, 386. 

PLmnah. 207. 

Hannah (B.), 14.-'- 

Harriet NL, 300. 

Helen M., 420. 

Henry, 167, 371. 

Hester Derve, 388. 

James, 27. 

Jane C., 37i- 

Joseph, 2{), 27, 29. 30. 

344- 
Katherinc Pendleton. 

371- 
Lcander F., 388. 
Lucian, 145. 
Mary, 26, 27. 



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Clarke, Minnie C, 3H8. Cleveland, Mary. 503. Cole. Isaac, 530. 

KelMin, 222. M y r t I e Chichester, James, 235, 236. 

Perry W.. ^20. 513. Kale S., 3^- 

I'olly, 162. Prudence, 169. Louisa. 235. 

Rose K. (B.). 31^- Thomas, 513. Mary (B.). 236. 

Ruth Boss, 152. William iV. ^,\7- -"^'-vra M., 530. 

Sanuiel. 26, 27. Cliff, Marv V.., 417. Phehe, 129. 

Sarah, 2f). Clifford, jlerherl. :^>f). Polly B.. S.^J- 

Sarah (B.), 223. MaI.el (Bj. a^/j. Ray I.. 530- 

Sarah M. (Bj, 222. Ralph C. 49<>. Samuel. 9X. 140. 

Silas M., 312. Warren T., 499. Thankful (P..), 140. 

Simeon. 82. CIourIi. Clarissa. 245. Collur, Julia, 306. 

Stephen, 222. Coan, IJoufila-s W.. 243. Collins. Alice T., 382. 

Susannah Potter, 222. Sarah J. (B). 243- Amorilla, 381. 

Thr)mas. 2<). 30, 59. Coalcs, I'lannah liili. 13. Amos. 338. 

William 27. Harriet, 331. Annie B. (B.). 338. 

Claude, F.dith C. Ma- William. 13. Benjamin, 382.^ 

thews, 3</). Cohh, Abigail Rhodes, Benjamin l-".. 382. 

Louis W., 396. 01. Carrie M., 445- 

Claus. Klla Doud, 159. Anne, 50. Catherine B u r d i c k, 

Morencc M., 159. I-lheiiezer, 50. 381. 

Scldon NL. 159. ]':ikanah. 50. Charles R., 3^-- 

Clayton, Anna, 277. Esther. 102. Chloc Wadsworlh. 

Deniza Saver, 284. Kunhce, 50. 255. 

Henry. 284. Henry, 50. Daniel. 3S2. 

Cleaver, Arnold B., 519. Lois. "50. Gideon B., 257. 

Arnold J.. 519. Lois ILiIlct. 50. " Jiarriet Atwood. 262. 

Marie A., ^i(). Mary. so. 445- 

Marie A. (B.). 519. Mary (B.), 25, 50. Jessie R.. 262. 

William B.. 519. Nathan, 50. John. 108, 381. 

Clement, Ada, 284. Oliver, 50, 91. Lois, 382. 

Benjamin. 283, 284. Pruciencc Champlin, Mary, 255. 

Clara, 284. 50. Marv A., 3S2, 441. 

Guy, 2S4. Sarah, 50. • Mary A. (B.). 237. 

Lydia A. Baker, 283. Sarah A.. 470. Mercy Langworthy, 

Mary E. Hurley, 284. Susannah. 50. 108. 

^L^ry M., 2')^},. Cohurn. Mary. ny). Norman G.. 257. 

Marv S. (B). 230. Coddinglon. Elijah. 159. Prudence Chapin, 338. 

N. George, 284. Phil.i'. 159. Rachel Piatt, 257. 

Sherman, 285. Coe. Benjamin T., 263. Rhoda. 521. 

Winnie E. (13.). 28^. Martha Rodman. 263. Robert. 255. 

Clemens. Anna F. (B.). Marv. 263. Ruth. ^^. 

271. CofT. Lvdia. 229. Sanford L.. 108. 

Cynthia A.. 271. Coffin. Amy (B.). 78. Stephen P.. 257. 

ILnrrv B.. 271. Ann. mo. Tacv A. (B.), 382. 

Fidelia A.. 455- Mr.. 78. Walter J.. 2,^2. 

Ira IL, 271. Cogshell. Esther. 464. Willard R.. 3'^^- 

John, 271. Cogswell. Lucy. 335 William. 2(-^2. 445- 

Margaret Zimmerman. Cojtiraith. Elizabeth. 332. Cf>Ionv. Arthur L., 295. 

271. Colby. Carrie. 317. DeWitt, 29=;. 

Maria Stover. 271. ^L^ry A.. 4S5. Maranda (B ). 295- 

Sarah A.. 455. Cole. Amelia. 329. Colvin. Harriet. 280. 

Cleveland. Edith. 503. .Xrthur B.. 530. Colwell. Julia A.. 280. 

Elilui. 169. " Delilah. 2t,0. Comstock. ICllcn C, 3^- 

Eliza (B.L },t,7. Delilah I5rown. 235. Sarah. 444- 

Estcllc Beach. 337. Ella M.. 5.^0. Conablc. Clarissa Dcni- 

George, 337. Eunice Denison. f)8. son. 100. 

James. 337. Frank V.. ?.io. Ezra. 100. 

James \\.. 50 ^ Guv W.. ^1,0. Concklin. Mary, 466. 

Julia Berkley, 503. Ida J. (B.). 530. Rachel, 78. 



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Coiickliii, William S., 


Cooke, Abigail, 193. 


49-1 • 


Rebecca Dickinson, 


CoiKkrmaii, Margaret, 


193. 


480. 


Samuel, 193. 


Condon, Hannah K., 219. 


Sarah {'., 504. 


P. H., 319 


Codley, I'jneline, 4.^8. 


Cone, Andrew, 3K6. 


CoolIiil^;e, Alice, 492. 


l!:ber N., 3«^- 


Coolman, Ednunid B., 


George, 265. 


440. 


I-anra E., 265. 


iMnelme E. (B.), 440. 


^rary J. (H.), 3H6. 


Horace C, 440. 


Matilda Norton, 386. 


Ida i\. Price, 440. 


Sophia Tyler, 205. 


l.cura A., 440. 


Conj^don, Sii>anna (B.), 


I'ollv Burroughs, 440. 


88. 


Sarah E. McCurdy, 


Conklin, Clara (B.), -J25. 


440. 


George, 425. 


William L., 440. 


George D., 425. 


Coon, Anna, 205, 420. 


Mary A. Conneiy, 367. 


Anna Sherman, 173. 


Mary Aiktn, 494. 


Asa S., 507. 


Mary Gri>\vold. 425. 


Charles, 207. 


Conncil, ]£mina N., 3S0. 


Charlotte Burch. 207. 


Martin, 2^. 


Cynthia Crand.ill, 207. 


M i n e r V a Sanndcrs, 


Da ma r i u s Crandall, 


380. 


207. 


Connor, Earl L.. 474. 


Daniel. 170. 302. 


Elizahcth Dugal, 473. 


Dcwitt, 207. 


Jessie B. (B.). 473- 


Dorcas Vars, 293. 


Michael M., 474. 


E. B., m. 


Mildred A., 474. 


Eliza, 376. 


Richard, 474. 


Eliza Cireen, 507. 


Verne J., 474. 


Emogene S. (B.), 383. 


Williani, 474. 


Fannie E., 302. 


Constable, Abram. 401. 


Faimy (B.), 179. 


Eudora S. Gillette, 


Flora A.. 293. 


401. 


Gardner. 207. 


Cooflnian, Celcstinc C, 


George. 173. 


439- 


Helen E.. 507. 


Maria Homer, 439. 


Isabclle. 173. 


Tobias, 439. 


John. 293. 


Cook. Bctscv E. (B.), 


Lorctt. 206. 


179- 


Lucy. 203. 


Daniel, 2S9. • 


Martha. 401. 


E. C. 421. 


Samuel. H.. 207. 


Eliza T.aid. 522. 


Cooper, Ellen Hemphill, 


Eva R., 408. 


229. 


Flora, 5,22. 


Everzalline (B.). 462. 


George, 522. 


Henry. 462. 


Hannah Spade, 289. 


James. 229. 


Harriet (B), 421. 


John. t8i. 


Harriet Wallace. 408. 


Jo-eph W.. 229. 


James, 40S. 


Lorella (B.), 181. 


Joel, 224. 


Mary. 44;. 


Lawrence. 289. 


Sally J. (B.). 181. 


Marcia. 431. 


Silvia Hemphill. 229. 


Maud (B.). 289. 


William. 181. 


Rebecca, 224. 


Coran. C. Josephine 


Rebecca Hart, 224. 


HafT, 231. 


Sarah E., 354. 


L.. 231. 


Theresa, 490. 


Corbett, Jane (B.), 176. 



Corbctt, Joseph, 176. 
^ Mary E., 309. 
Corbm, lumice, 173. 
Corbit, Sar.ih A., 143. 
Corel, Fsmiy, 372. 
Corey, Sarah A., 293. 
Corkingham, Clara J. 
(B.), 371. 

Margaret, 371. 

Marion. 371. 

Solon N., 371. 
Corlctte, John, 281. 

WiUuhnina (H.). 281. 
Cornell. Amia ]i. Gard- 
ner, 444. 

Dcssic W. Norton, 
508. 

ICdson A., 508. 

J. M., 444. 

Susan, 504. 

Thomas. 546. 
Corning, Anna, 501. 

Avery, 335- 

Clara, 501. 

Clarissa. 335. 

Cynthia (B.), 334. 

Edwin. 334. 

Elizabeth Cnunp, 501. 

Erasmus, 501. 

John. 501. 
Cornish. Agnes. 240. 
Cornwcll. Jane, 140. 
Corv. Adaline, 438. 

Alfred R.. 353- 

Andrew J., 353. 

Clara A.. 443. 

Cornelia M., .^^,^. I 

Elizabeth Watson. 353- I 

George A.. 353. \ 

Hannah, 193, 194. 197- J 

Jane Seabcrry, 353. \ 

Lucy J.. 511. 

T,ucy M. Almy. 3r.3. 

Maria E., 511. 

Nancy S.. 353. y 

CosgrifT. Florence (B.), 1 

•431. 

Waller. 431. ^j 

Cotton. Pcrsis. 226. •, 

Cottrcll, Albert (B), 

173 ^ I 

Angel ia Dye. .300. 5 

Arthur M.. 306. I 

Augu-ta C. 173- 1 

Beatrice. 476. } 

Bourdman M . 479- 
Celia. 476. I 

Cclia T.. 173. 
Daniel, 172. 
Eliza, 437. 



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Cc)ttrcll, Eli/a A., 172. Craiiclall, Arloicna, 236. Crandall, Ly<lia, 22, 292. 

Klizabclli, Ai, ^- Arthur W., 28S. ' Mabel M., 4O5. 

Kinma L., 173 Augustus. jo(), 208. Maria (Hj, 2G8. 

Krzula O. (B.), 214. Hcisy. 377. Marihah (B.), 48. 

Frances A., 17-'- Hlaiiclic M., 465. Mariuii WcIkt, 508. 

rioriuce A., 173. Carrie, 316. Marilia A., 515. 

Kiiuiie (H.), I7-- Charles, 341. Martin L., 2(>.S. 

l-'rank, 214. Charlotte, 119. uo, Mary, 23O, 237. 

Ccorf-'e IC, 173. 134. Mary (H.), 207. 

Hannah, 59. Charlotte (H.). 206. Mary A., 208. 

Herbert 1... 306. ChriNto|)her. 132. Mary A. (H.), 341. 

Ira I.., 306. Clarissa, 223. Mary M. St. John, 371. 

Isahelle Coon, 173. Cynthia, 207. May C, 493. 

John H., 172, 47O. Datnarius, 1 k). 132, Minnie C., 509. 

Julia Ivandolpli, 476. 134, 207. Miranda l*". Irish, 509. 

l.eblKUs M., 479. Daniarius Krnyi>n. 119, Nancy, 124. 

Lillie Pitts. 173. 120. ' Nancy (li.), 23O. 

l.ucy M. (n.),479. Daniel, 515. Nancy A. (B.), 120. 

l.ydia Maxson, 479. iJaruin, 288. Nancy B., 208. 

Mary, 172. Dtvills P., 236. Nancy Davis, 509. 

Mary Saunders, 172. I-Jizabcth Chase. 134. Nancy Circene, 515. 

Nicholas, 80. lillen A.. 508. Nancy M., 316. 

Patience, 62. liiva E.. .\(j^. Nancy Nichols, 120. 

Royal L., 306. lunily Douse, 206. Nancy Rhodes, 398. 

Coucii. I'hebe, 244. Enoch. 208. Nelson, 223. 

Coughlin, I'.va M., 413. Erastu.s, 398. • Nichols, 509. 

George, 413. Esther, 63. Oliver C. 168. 

Marcus, 413. ICthan, 267, 315. Ordelia Blakely, 343. 

Maria A. (B.), 413. Eunice, 87, 250. 370. Otis. 493. 

Martha. 262. iunnce (B.), 2U7. 316. Pardon, 132. 

Count, l-.lnier. 423. l<"idelia. 207. Parinelia Williams, 

I'olly Downs. 423. IHora B. Irish, 343. 208. 

Thomas. 423. Flora McKee. 493. Paul K.. 120. 

Viettta l•^ Thompson. Cieorge. 2(>^. Plielie, 207. 342. 

423- C.eorge N., 268, 509. Phebc Adams, 288. 

Cox, George C, 2>^7. George V., !;o9. Phineas, 84. 

Kate 11. (B.). 387. Grace, 84. Polly Maxson, 257. 

Mary M.. 405. Hannah. 120. Porter, 236. 

Craig, Isahelle, 445. Harriet (B.), 223. Prudence, 132. 

Craine. Horace. 201. 202. Harriet .\., 295. Ralph F2.. 465. 

l.ydia. 202. Harriet M., 257. Rogers, 84. 

Lydia (B.), 201. Henry, 343. ' Russel. 48. 

Meliss.n. 202. Irving A.. 464. Ruth. iii. 

Crall. Eli. 250. James, 119. 120, 132, Ruth 1^.. 341. 

Justina (B.). 250. 134, 343. Sally Pendleton. 341. 

Crandall. Abigail West. James H., 236. Samuel. 120. 

i68. Jane, 12. Sannicl B., 23^). 

Albert B.. 515. Jarcd, 207. Samuel P., 508. 

.Mbert N.. 371. Jeremy, 287. Sarah E. (B.), 514. 

.Mice M.. 288. 371. Jerry. 295. Saunders, 257. 

.Mnn'ra J.. 208. John, 12. 63. T24. 341. Stephen. 152. 

.•\l7ina (B.). 288. Joseph. 22. 35. Susan. 151. 233. 306. 

Alzina Mason. 207. Josephine. 23^). Snsnn Crippen. 22},. 

Amos. 5S. Kenyon. 207. Susan Kenyon. 152. 

Amy W'.. 168. Lodowick. 223. Susanna Nla.xson. 223. 

Ann A . 3<k^. T,orcntla. 23^). Tacv. f)6. 

-Anna Brand. 20S. Lucius. 1A8. Thankful. 2(^. 

.Xngelia, 2},C\ T,ucy (B). 132. Tb.Tnkful (B), 120. 

Angcline. 287. Lucy Potter Barber, T h a n k ful Saunders, 

Archibald. 223. 84. 206, 208. 



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Crandall, VcrnK(.!a (B.), 

Wcaliliy, 3>0. 

Wealthy M., 267. 

Welcome, 206. 

William, l-'O, 236. 

William II., 208. 

William L.. S^S- 
Craiukll, Jt>lm. xxv. 
Crane, A. M., -M-'- 

Anna K. MilUr, --4^. 

Anna H., 242. 

EsIIkt M. Goodrich, 

133. 
Ezra R, );4- 
Fanny L., 307. 
Joseph, 133- 
Lucy E. (B.) Sibley, 

174- 
Cranor. Charles M., -MO. 

Kdilh J.. 240. 
l\-innie S., 1-40. 
Frank Tayl'-r, 240. 
llui;h Armt'ield, 240. 
John S., 240. 
John Samuel, 240. 
Kathcrine Taylor, 240. 
Sarah FJi/ahelh, 240. 
William Taylor. 240. 
Crary, Betsey Rhodes, 

, Lucy, 208. 
Peter, Qi. 

Crawford, Alonzo, 293. 

Carrie Ilibbard, 293. 

Fannie, 43^>- 

Helen A. Burdick, 293. 
Crippen. Su^aii. 223. 
Crittenden, Kllie. 450. 
Crittcnton, Arcelia M., 
414. 

Charlotte D u n h a m, 
414. 

Stephen, 414- 
Crofor.t. Samantha. 292 
Cromack. Arthur, 312. 

Brainard, 312. 

Ellen Boyd, 31-- 

Nellie M. Williams 
312. 
Crookes, Gcorpc D.. 'oi 

Henrietta \V. (B.) 
501. 

John H.. 501 

Mary H., 501. 
Crosby. Asa. 37<). 

Ephraim, 203. 

llarriet, 37<). 

Joseph F., 210. 
Mary Howe, 370. 



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Crosby, Mary P., S'-Z. 

Leafy L. (B.), 293. 

Friscilla (B.), -MO. 

Susan, 530. 

Walter, 512. 
Crosier, l-:ii/al)eth, 3'0- 
Cross, Abby Ihnckley, 

Abby J.. 253. A3^- 
Abby j. (BJ. 3«4- 
Davis J., 4.S3- 
l-annie, a(<(>. 
(.eorKC D-. 253. 
George W., 153- 
Hadarah J., 4.S3- 
Hannah, 03- 
Harriet B., 253. 
J. llubarl, 5.^« 
John. 253. 3«4- 
Luis (B.), 153- 
Martha li., 253- 
Mary, 253. 450- 
Mary A. (B.). 45.V 
Mary Concklin, 4(>6. 
Sarah E., 453- 
Sylvester, 4(>0. 
Crouse, Martha E. (B.), 
281. 
Richard, 281. 
C r u m b, Elizabeth P. 
(B.), 325. 
Ephraim, 325. 
Franklin, 401. 
Franklin E., 325. 
II. Ella, 40 • • 
Martha Coon, 401. 
Mary A.. 325- 
Lucius H., 325. 
Lucv E.. 325- 
Wallace E., 32?- 
Crump, Elizabeth. 501. 
Culver, Christoplier. 510. 

Ellen Harris. 510. 
Cummings, Caroline, 

318- 
Cummins, Emma. 292. 
Cundall, Carrie E. Da- 
vis. 345. 
Chariot ta A. Gray. 

345- . ^ 
Ci'iisiantine T., 447- 
l-'.dward G.. 44^'- 
l-:trie A. Ball, 345- 
Elizabeth. 34> 
Elizabeth W a I 1 a c e, 

344- 
Frank S.. 345- 
Hannah A.. 34S- 
Harriet E. (B.), 344- 
Helen B.. 345- . 



Cundall, Isaac, 344, 44^ 

447- 
Jacob D., 345. 
John, 344- 
Mary E. (B.), aa(>. 
Trephena Clark, 446, 

447- 
Cundell, Hannah, 446. 
Currie, John B., 417. 

Julia L. (B.), 417- 

Lillian, 4>7- 
Currier, Barbara, 4^^- 

Mary B. (B.), 4««- 

Nathaniel, 4««- 
Curtis, Abigail, 164. 

Alice I'.iriiKlee, 319. 

Amanda L. (B;, 371- 

Barbara 'I'hompson, 

3(>7- 
Charles, 367. 
Clara L., 501. 
Daniel H., 3('^7- 
Edwin F., 3(>7- 
Elmer C, 3()7- 
Elmer E., 5'3- 
Emily, 525- 
F,rna. 367. 
Frank, 371. 
Frank !•:., 371- 
George ¥., 269. 
Gertrude, 513- 
Harriet, 3('7- 
Ira E., 3G7. 
Jane A., 343- 
Jane C. 37 1- , 

Jennie A. Boswell, 269. 
Jennie F. Elmer, SU- 
La Mott, 5I.3- 
Lillic A., 367- 
Mable E. Sayles. 367- 
MaRgie L. McLellan. 

307- , . 

Nellie A. Bander, 3^7- 

Ora. 5I.V 

Polly. j82. 

Roxanna. 5L3- 

Sophronia. 370- 

Thankful (B.). 3(>7- 

William TL, 367- 

William P., 3I9- 
Curtiss. laiza. 176- 

Sophronia. 419- 
Cushing. Mercy. 40- . 
C u s h m a n. Almira 
Weeks, 354- 

Charles, 354- 

Enuna, 354- 

I'rederick. 354- . 

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lidward, 40J. 

Emma II. (U.), 40-- 

George \V., 40J. 

Isaac, 41 J. 

Jennie 1., 413. 

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Lydia, 354. 

Malvina, 40J. 

Mary A.. 413. 

Mary W'ilhird, 413. 

Nancy Davis, 470. 

Orvilk-, 413. 

Orvillf L., 413. 
Cnttir, Sarah, -'97. 
JJailty, Maria. 4-'':). 
Daily, Sarah (li.), 171. 

William, 171. 
Dakin, Daniel, Jy6. 

George I., 2</) 

Jennie M. (B.), ::'/3. 

Lucile M., Jc/i. 
Daley, Mary, 4()5. 
Daly, Cornelius, 525. 

Alargaret A., ^JS- 

Margaret Galwin, 525. 
Dalson, Miiuiie, 482. 
Damon, I'etis D., 4S5. 
Daniel, Ida A., 500. 

Prudence, 2S3. 
Daniels, Jiileanor, 483. 

Ida, 483. 

liicliard, 483. 
Dantorth, Fidelia Bar- 
ron, 427. 

Henry, 427. 

Sarah \'., 427. 
Darely, liattie. 458. 
Darling, Eveline (B.), 
192. 

George. 192. 
Darner, Susan. 436. 
Dariow, Emeline (B.), 
248. 

Frances. 248. 

Job. 248. 

Lvdia, iQo. 

P'hebe, 58. 

Sally Matthews, 247. 
248. 

Sa})lironia. 247. 

Sarah, ■\i,j. 

Sarah Pike (B.). 144. 

Walter, 144, 247. 24S. 

Wesley. 248. 
Dash. Aniy 1). (B.). 391. 

Amy L., 391. 

John B., 39t. 
Davidson. Agnes S.. 231. 

Anna (B.), 183. 

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Index. 

Davidson, Elizabeth 
,(B.). 55. 

Experience ( B.), 50. 
James, 183. 
John, 50, 55. 
Lucretia (Bj. 78. 
Mary, 50. 
William, 50. 
Davis, Abel, 279. 
Alfred. 279. 
Alice O.. 278. 
Amey, 76. 
Amy, 157. 

Amy Lippencott, 157. 
Ann, 291. 
Anna, 76. 

Anna (B.), .18, 76, 279. 
Arnold, 34.',. 
Ar.-.cntha. 157. 
Arthur W., 280. 
Athalia B.. 279. 
Betsey Moore, 157. 
Bill, 180. 
Blanch, 470. 
Calvin, 138, 278, 280. 
Carrie. 470. 
Carrie E.. 345. 
Carrie Randolph. 344. 
Cassius S., 280. 
Catherine McGregor, 

247. 
Cecilia M., 4^-'- 
Charlolla (B.). 161. 
Charlotte, 278, 28^ 
Clara E., 278. 
Clark, 235. 
Clarke. 76. 
Cora B.. 279. 
Cynthia Lippencott, 

278. 
Daniel. 157. 
Deborah. 277. 
Delila F. Randolph, 

279. 
Dennis. 284. 
Egar C. 279. 
Eli. 279. 
Elijah P., 470. 
Eliza J.. 1^7. 
Eliza J. Boyd. 528. 
Eliza J. Davis, i ^7. 
Eliza L. (B.). 282. 
Elizabeth. 152. 157, 

277. 2^.1 430. 
l-'lizabith Burdick. 152. 
Elizabeth H o ft' m a n, 

2S0. 
Elizabeth J o h n s o n, 

Elizabeth Ma.\M>n, 50. 



593 

Davis, Elmer, 326. 
Elnora W., 278. 
Ephraini, 76. 
t'rastus, 278. 
Esther, 405. 
Ethel, 344. 
livaline A.. 280. 
F.zekiel P.. 280. 
Francis, 157. 
Frank 1'., 384. 
George, 1 ^7. 
(ieorge W., 278. 
Hannah (B.), 280. 
Harrison, 528. 
Henry, 76. 
Herbert M., 278. 
Hester L., 279. 
laphene Simi)Son, 526. 
Ida ]•:. Hughes, 280. 
Isaac, 151, 279. 
Isaac S.. 279. 
Isabel, 281. 
Isabel!, 281. 
Isaiah, 291. 
Israel L.. 280. 
J. L., 432. 
Jacob, 156, 157. 
James, 277. 
James A.. 157. 
Jane. 284. 

Jane McClure. 157. 
Jane Morris. 279. 
Jennie E., 280. 
Jennie E. Davis, 280. 
jeptha. 278. 
Jerome B.. 470. 
John. 50, 109, no, 279. 

John M., 279. 

John W.. 278. 280. 470. 

Joseph. 38, 76. 136. 

Josephine. 279. 

luditii. sO. 

Leela (B.), 384. 

Louise. 285. 

Lucretia. 76, 109, 235. 

Lucy, 76. 136. 

Lucy (.B.). 102. 313. 

Luther, 279. 280. 

Lydia, 76, 87. 27S. 283. 

Lydia A.. 280. 

Lydia Maxson. 158.280. 

Lvdia Tavlor. ^2S- 

Malinila. '285. 

Maria Lii)pencott. 278, 

2.S0. 
Martha. 96. 278. 
Mary. 71, 76, 126, 156. 

157. 276, 277. 278. 

279. 282. 



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Davis, Mary (K.), 70. 
Marv A., 259. 
Mary K. {II), 35S- 
Mary 1... 2.S0. 
Mary L. Davis, 2S0. 
Mary Miner, 235. 
Mary Suarii, 2S5. 
Mary SteaniN, 159. 
Matilda Ltujfburu, 2yS. 
May, 279. 
Mercy, 180. 
Milton, 2S0. • 
Milton 1-:., 2S0. 
Minnif, 279. 
Moses I., 280. 
Nancy, IS7. 47", 5"^- 
Nano- A. (li.), I5^>. 
Nancy A. Moots, 279. 
Nathan. 152. 
Nellie IC. 279. 
Nellie (ireen, 432. 
Nettie Miller, 432. 
Oliver. 88. 
Otis G., 2S0. 
Pardon, ;^7^. 
Pearl, 279. 470. 
Penelope (H.). 151. 
Perniilla Maxson. 279. 
Pheho, mi. 
Phebe A. (B.), 470. 
Phiotliata. 277. 
Oliver, T,7^. 
Rebecca, 278, 282. 
Rebecca L., 158. 
Robert, 161, 
Rocelia C, 159. 
Rosa, 279. 

Ruth Landphcro. 470. 
Ruth Randall, 157. 
Sally, 102, 313. 
Sally A. Knapp. 169. 
Samuel C, 156. 
Sarah Beebe, io<;. no. 
Sclnia, 325. 

Sopluonia B. f B.').373. 
Tacy Crandall. 96. 
Thomas, 50, 157. 
Thomas C., 282. 
Travton. 34:;. 
Uriah, 2S1. 
Vclvis Cahill. 345. 
Viana. 28 r. 
Victoria, 279. 
Victoria D.ivis, 279. 
Vienna Richardson. 

T57. 
W. G.. 4.12. 
^^'hceler. s~^'>- 
William. 76. 96. 102, 

157, 278, 313. 



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-'85. 

Wilii.im !•"., U'x)- 

William 11., 35«. 

Willi.im T., XX. 
Dawley, ICva, 2(y). 
l)a\vs('n. Klsey (.BJ. ^^J- 

J'»Im. 83. 
Day, Calhetine E., 507. 

Clarendon. 370. 

David, 25O. 

IC. F.imic'e (B.), 370. 

Knnna, 460. 

IHorence McCiraim, 3(^)8. 

Mary L., 256. 

Willi.im, 3(>8, 507. 
De.ui, l".-.tella, 489. 

.Sarah, 312. 
Deane, Carnline, 488. 

Mercy, 475. 
Dc Castainj;;, Mary, 521. 
Decker, Crissy J., 433. 

David, 433. 

Joshua, 245. 

Lucinda. 245. 

M a r garct Michaels, 

4.33- 

Martin, 223. 

IMu-bc Bari)cr, 223. 

Polly Palmiter. 245. 
De Graff. Christian. 27^^. 

Ellen D. luimes, 273. 
Dc Groot, Mary, 413. 
Dc Lack, John, 431. 

Lydia (B.), 431. 
Delano, Mary, 473. 
Dcniing, C. A.. 494. 
Doni^on. Amos, 38. 

Amy. 9r, 98. 

Ann Barrodell, 40, 41. 

Ann E., 216. 

Ar 1 o n e Langworthy, 
287. 

Bridget Thompson, 41. 

Charles IT., lOO. 

Clarissa, 100. 

Cynthia (B.). 2S6. 

David, 100. 

Desire. 98, 100. 

Dorcas, 91. 

I'.dward. <)8. 392. 

Eliza. T,72. 

Eli/abcth. TOO. 

Elizabeth L a t li r o p. 
,"92. 

Eunice. 98. 

Tvvclena. 392. 

Fidelia, 287. 

George, 39, 40, 41, 42, 
97. 



Denison, II. M., 163. 

Hannah, 91, 128. 

Hannah Burr<jus, 51. 

Harriet, 286. 

James, 286. 

James R., 287. 

Jennette, 287. 

John, 42. 

Joseph. 91. 100. 

Julia A. Palmer, 163. 

Keziali Smith, i(X). 

Margaret Chandler 
Monck. 41. 

Martha (i.illup, 38. 

.Mary, 91. 100. 

Mary (.B.), 39, 46, 91, 
100. 

Mary Lay Miner, 40. 

Mary Minor, 38. 

Mercy Ciorham, 40. 

Olive. 172. 

Olivia, 287. 

Orrnn B.. 287. 

Phcbe, 27. 

Philenu«n. 98. 

Polly (B.), 97- 

Prudence. 38. 

Ruhannah. f>8. 

Ruhannah (B.), 98. 

Samuel, 38, 39, 40. 

Sarah, .38. 39. 91. 

Sarah Billinj^s. lOO. 

Sophronia. 100. 

Vashti, 287. 

William. 41. 42. 91. 
Dennis. Sarah. 451. 
Densmore. Eri. 314. 

Palmyra. 314. 

Polly Joicc. 314. 
Derbois. Jeanette. 4.^0. 
Derosic. Catherine. 203. 
Derve. Hester. 388. 
De Sers, Charlotte E. 
Xiven. 258. 

Paul. 258. 
D c s h 1 e r, Adaline M. 
.\yers. 525. 

Kate. 525. 

William K.. 525. 
De Show. Fanny Corel, 
.172. 

Henry. 372. 

Sarali M.. 372. 
Devendorf. Frank. 360. 

Mary E. fB.). ^0Q. 
Devereau, .\ n n i e M- 
(B.). 431. 

Frank. 43 1. 
Devlin. Sarah. 210. 
Devoll, David S., 345- 






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Mary Taylor, 345. 
J)c\vfy, GcorKf, 41. 
KusscI, 223. 
Sarali (Hj, 223. 
Dcwherst, Frederic E., 

446. 
])iliblc, Jiilia A.. 304. 
Mary Jolinxm, 304. 
Orriii, 304. 
Dickens, Allelic, 528. 
Amos II.. 384. 
Hannah Koss, 227. 
Hczekiali. 384. 
Jane M. Sawver, 5-7. 
Joel, 5-8. 
Lncy, 227. 
Martha, 227. 
Mary Lewis, 3S4. 
Ncltie, =;28. 
Sarah F. (R.), 384. 
Tristani, 227. 
Dickey, Annie S., 370. 
Dickie, John, 435. 
Dickinson, John, 10. 
Olive, 155. 
I'hehe. 149. 
Rebecca, 193. 
Dickray, Kate H., 445. 
Dillenheck, AIniira. IQI. 
Dillinl)eck, Piiehe, 2.U- 
Dinunick, George M., 
528. 
Jane M. Sawyer, 527. 
Nettie, 528. 
Dinnnock. Esther, 7;^. 
Diniond, E. A., 319. 
Ditmas, Jolin, 270. 
Morrell C, 270. 
Sophronia A. (B.), 
270. 
Dixon, Courtland P., 
520. 
Evelina (B.), 520. 
John. 25. 53. 
Josephine Willi am?, 

520. 
Kate I., 429. 
Panlinc. 301. 
William M.. i;20. 
William P.. 520. 
Doane. Calvin. 475. 
John. 442. 
Julia Monlton. 442. 
T.ily M.. 442. 
Mercv Deane. 475. 
Dodd, CicorRC, 3^''). 

Jane (B.). 356. 
Dodge. Almcda Webster, 
320. 



Index. 

i).)dpe, Azn!)ah, 291. 

Clara M., 320. 

iClia-^, 320. 

Elizabeth C. F. 
Barker, 520. 

Ellis K., 3_.o. 

Harriot S. I'ayne, 488. 

Helen li., 320. 

John, 320, 546. 

I.eroy W., 320. 

Lucy Maxwell, 320. 

Lyilia. 251. 

Matilda l.yf.m, 291. 

Murry W.. 520. 

l\aymon<l 1^.. vi, 48.8. 

Sarah A. (B.), 320. 

Sarah Weaver, 320. 

W)llnrd ]•:., 48,8. 

Willi.ini, 291. 
Dullings, Martha J., 3^*9. 
Dorp, Janctt. 416. 
Dorman, Bet-^y, 211. 
Dorn, JLleanf)r, 191. 
Dorney. Bridget. 408. 
Dorr. Dove (B.), 210. 

Edwin. 210. 
Dorrel, Harris, 100. 

Mary, 100. 

Sally (n.), 100. 

Stephen, 100. 
Dorrill. Lydia (B), 177. 

Stephen, 177. 
Doty. Hamiah C. 238. 

Orin. 238. 
Dond. Charles A.. 4«;)6. 

I\dill). 496. 

lulna F., 4</-). 

Ella, 159. 

Florence F. Budlong, 
496. 

Giles. 496. 

Willis, 4(/). 
Dougla-^s. Beivianiin. 130. 

Diedama. no. 

E. D.. 469. ■ 

Eonis M.ickay. 130. 

Philena L.. 4'' 19. 
Doughty. I'.lizabcth, 403. 

John. 403. 
Douse. Emily, 206. 

Emily D . 325. 

Harriet V., 237. 

Mary A. Crandall. 208. 

Mary Crandall. 237. 

Ivoswell. 237. 

Roswrll P.. 208. 
Dove. E.lith P.. 502. 
Dow. Cora M. Webster, 
5^9- 

Dwight, 529. 



595 

Dow, Earl W.. 429. 

Helen M. (B.), 429. 

Wilber L.. 329. 
Downing, i-Vank, 203. 

Giles, 203. 

Philena ( B.), 20j. 
Downs, Polly, 423. 
Dows, Jane, 442. 
Doxstader, Ahnira, 337. 

John, ^^7. 

I'habe Dillenheck, i^J. 
Drake. Ann, 223. 

B. I'rank. 30^). 

Harriet Howard, 306. 

Jane B., 304. 
Diing. Susan. 214. 
Drundieller, J., ^i^J. 

Lucy M. .Max son. ^}}^2. 
Drysd.de, Julia. 393. 
Du 15ois, Harriet. 245. 
Dudley, l-ucy (B.), 137. 
Duel. Charles. 156. 

Ckinenia. I5''i. 

Harriet, 156. 

Jo^eph, 156. 

Lucy A.. i=;6. 

Phil'i{., 1^6. 

Sarah (B.), 156. 

Sarah C, 274. 
DufT, Annie. 308. 
Dugal, Ellizabcth, 474. 
Dunham. Charlotte, 414. 

Chloc (B.), :iT,t,. 

Cynthia, 335. 

Eucy Cog.-.weil, 335. 

Nelson, 335. 
Dunston, Edward, 335. 

Eliza (B.), 335. 
Durant, Sally E. Saw- 
yer, 430. 

William, 430. 
Durfec. Almira G. (B.), 
264. 

James, 264. 
Durham. Ezra. 498. 

Georgiana (B.), 498. 

Hat tie. 498. 
Durkee, I\TnnIe. 433. 
Durkins. Dennis S., 368. 

Francis E, 36.8. 

Helen M., 36.S. 

Jessie M.. iC^S. 

^^ary, 47^). 

M a r V E. McGraini, 
.368.' 
Dutton. Clarence. 525. 

Enieline C. (B.). 525. 

Emily Curtis, 525. 

Marion. 525. 

Samuel, 525. 



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Dye, AnRtlia, 306. 

Bird sail, .i7J- 

Harriet liilibard, 47;^. 

John, .10^). 

Susan Craiidall, .^06. 
Dyer, Aliiiif .1., 5.^5. 

Annie S. Brown, jjcj. 

Kliza, 100. 

Lowell M., .■j-'Q. 
Dyslin, Nancy, 4O5. 
Eaines, Alfred, J73. 

Charles B., 273. 

Elisha D., 273. 

Ellen D., 273, 

Eanny Vinton, 273. 

Gardner T., 273. 

Hannah, 176. 

Harriet Case, 273. 

Lovett, 273. 

Lucia A., 458. 

Lucy C. Morgan, 273. 

Mary Rol)inson, 27;^. 

Mary Schiniicker, 27;^. 
Earle, J-'lorciicc L. Cad- 
well, 500. 

Herbert R.. 500. 
Eastman, Adclbcrt L., 

47.V 

Austin, 331. 

Bernicc. 475. 

Gcrtrufie K., 475. 

Ira, 475. 

Josephine A. (B.), 
475- 

Laura A., 475. 

Mary, 331. 

Mary L., 475. 

Mary Lyon, 475. 

William V., 475. 
Eastoii, A. Nettie, 417. 

Annie E. (B.), 417. 

Bessie L., 217. 

Ebcnczer, 417. 

Geary, 417. 

Georpe W., 417. 

James W., 417. 

John, 545. 

John \V.. 417. 

Sadie !•".. 417. 

Wilbur. 417. 
Enton, Haltic (B.), 175. 

Nancy. 21R. 
Ebbie. Jennie Holmes, 
3^>7. 
Wilson. ;\(')7. 
Kbblic, Dan ill, ^^17. 
Ella. T^Cfi.. 

Mary E. Holmes. ^^('^7. 



Index. 

IMdy, Lavina, 167. 
Edgar, Anna H. (B.), 
136. 
Cornelius, 136. 
Mary 1-. (B'.), 136. 
William, 136. 
I-dgerton, .MarRarel, 3,^6. 
I'.dison, '1 honias, 7. 
l^dmond, Andrew, 3K4. 

Jane, 3S4. 
Edward, J-illa, .465. 
lidwards, Eli/;i J. \'an 
Busk irk, 22i). 
Emeline Van Buskirk, 

40«. 
Ered M., 40.M. 
Herbert, 408. 
Milo N., 220. 
Eells, lUnjamin. fji, 215. 
Dorcas, 215. 
Dorcas Den i sun, 91. 
Maria, 213. 
Martha ( B. ), 49. 
Mercy Cushinj;. 49. 
Nathaniel. 49. J15. 
ERleston, Ketura, 296. 
I'-lder. Joseph A., 510. 
Mary L. Totler, 510. 
Elderton, Bridget, 48. 
Joseph, 48. 
Lydia, 48. 
Mary, 48. 
Robert, 48. 
Roger, 48. 
Sarah, 48. 
Eldred. Abbic J. Dyer, 
535- 
Annie L. (B.), 535. 
Beatrice H.. 535. 
Charles, ^t,^. 
Edith C, 53.V 
Jessica D.. 535. 
John H.. 535. 
Raymond B., 535. 
Roger 7>\., 53;. 
Eldrerlge. Lucy W. Mil- 
lichamp, 339. 
Samuel, 339. 
Eldridge. .\rminia, 231. 
Benedict. 88. 
Desire. 147. 

Dorcas (B.), White, 
88. 
Elliot. Eli/abcth. 43(1. 
y-'mma ( B. ). 153. 
Mandnna. 201. 
Marv. 285. 
Ellis. Edward L.. 532. 
George M.. ^},2. 
Hattie B., 533. 



Ellis, Henrietta L. Saun- 
ders, 532. 
Julia, 505. 
I'hebe J)avis, 533. 
Sarah, 480. 
Ellison, Lucinda. 521. 
ICllsworth, Alice Baine, 
4-V. 
C. A. Deming. 494. 
Charity S. Westtall, 

4^7. 
Daniel I'"., 427. 
De ]ioy, 427. 
I'Veeman D., 427. 
Mahala, 427. 
M a r y St.irkweallier, 

427. 
Minnie D., 494. 
Orlando. 427. 
}*erry, .(94. 
Rhoda L. (B.), 427. 
Sarah Marshall, 427. 
William, 427. 
Elmer, Jennie I-".. 513. 
Elston, Annette (B.), 
290. 
Jesse, 290. 
El wood. Esther, 467. 
Ely, Eanny. 359. 

Lillic M. Rogers, 359. 
Parnell, 210. 
Walter, 359. 
Zolophehad, 200. 210. 
Emery, Clara, 29^). 
Emmons. Angcline R. 
(B.), 266. 
Caroline E., 266. 
Charles, 266. 
Julius E., 266. 
Sarah E.. 266. 
Ennis, Annie. 261. 
Enos, Eunice, 517. 
Enright, llarrict Curtis, 
367. 
Thomas. 367. 
Eslc. Harriet. 259. 
Evans. Anna. 523. 
Caroline TL, 523. 
Lucretia E.. 368. 
Samuel. ^2t,. 
Exelev. .Mbcrt. 486. 
Anna E. (B.>, 486. 
Bertha E., 486. 
Gallic M. (B), 486. 
Clara C. 486. 
Edith M.. 4S6. 
Florence R.. 486. 
Lucius M.. 486. 
Nathan. 486. 
William S., 486. 












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(B.), 404- 

Fred, 404. 
Kairfulcl, Jolin, 11. 
Fairly. Clara (Bj, 403- 

Giles, 403. 
l-arland, Nancy. 4 }0- 
FarliiiR. Julia, lyi. 
Farraiul. l-'liza, JjK. 

Esther L.. 305. 
Farrell. I). U.. 305- 
Fate, l^bthcr. 353. 
Kaiilkncr. F a 11 n i e A. 
(B.), 4««- 

Fanny, 41H. 

Henry, 418. 

Richard J., 418. 
I'^axon, Annie IC, 3^16. 
Fay, George II., 286. 

Harrison, jX<). 

Palace (B), 2S6. 
Fayerweatlier, Frances 
F^ox, 522. 

James R., 522. 

Mary F:., 522. 
Fearey, Bessie, 4(^0. 

F.nima Day, 460. 

Porter, 460. 

Robert H., 460. 

Ruth, 460. 

Sarah Porter, 460. 

Thomas H.. 460. 
Fellers, FVank. 171. 

Sarah A. (B.), 171. 
I-\-lton, Harriet, 2Sii. 

Louisa, 471. 
Fen, Jolm, 98. 

Martha, 98. 

Mary, 160. 

Mr., 98. 

Susanna (B.), 98. 

William. 98. 
Feneck, Mary, 133. 
Fcnn, Abigail, 300. 

Sarah, lOi. 
Fcnner, Ann E. (B.).348. 

Annie C. Smith, 510. 

Charles A.. 34S. 

Elisha. 4S0. 

Ely, 480. 

luuiicc (B.), 203. 

George P.. 347. S'O. 

Harriet Smith, 4S0. 

Jolm. 203. 

Mildred. 510. 

Pliilip. 194. 348. 

Sallv potter, 104. 348. 

Susan T. (1?.). 48f.. 
Ferguson. Annis, 271. 

Hannah (B.), 223. 



Index. 

I-'erman, Sarah, 431. 
F\rris, Clara, 496, 
John S., 224. 
Kitty M..(H.), 224. 
I-"icl(ls, IJcll, 472. 

Milton, 455. 
I'igarv, Jennie A. Stone, 
418. 
Verne. 418. 
I'inley. Grorge, 145. 

Mary (H.>, 145. 
F'ish, Alice, 510. 

Annie B. I'ottrr, 510. 
Edith, 510. 
Elizabeth, 491. 
Emeline Mmer, 510. 
Ivsther, 212. 
lladliii, 378. 
Hannah .Spicer, 212. 
Harry, 510. 
Horace \\'., 510. 
Joseph, sfi. 
Mary (B), 378. 
Nathan G., 510. 
Thomas, 4, 7, 212. 
Fisher, Gertrude Mc- 
Gregor, 249. 
John, 2S0. 
Nellie S. (B.). 250. 
William G., 241). 
F'i^k. Clamice H., 241. 
Clinton B., 468. 
Ellis D.. 468. 
Flrma. 468. 
Jane Goodell, 241. 
Louis, 241. 

Louise G. (B.). 4(>8. 
Otis, 241. 
F" i t c h, Eliza William, 
162. 
Elliot G.. 162. 
Grace York. 162. 
Harriet. 1C2. 
James M., 162. 
Julius C. 162. 
Lavinda. 162. 
Lemuel. 162. 
Lois (B). 162. 
Patten, 162. 
Phcbc, 162. 
Polly Clarke, 162. 
Sabrina Rr<nvn, 162. 
Susannah, 289. 
Tacy. 162. 
Fits. Slarv. 478. 
Flack, Lillian M. Brock- 
way, 487. 
Samuel, 487. 
I'lnnsburg. Jane. 305. 
Fkharty, Sarah, 532. 



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Fleming, Jane }L, 430. 

Nancy Hale, 430. 

Thomas, 430. 
I'ktcher, iCduh .\L, 308. 

Hiram, 308. 

Judith K., scj. 

Marictle Jackson, 308. 

Michael, 133. 

Racliel K. Goodrich. 

133- 
IHewellyn. Oplu-lia, 423. 
Flower, Amelia (li.),4i2. 
Anson R., 412. 
Mary A. lioyle, 412. 
Nathan, 412. 
Fobes, Alice, 36.}. 
I'Imily v., 3'-'4- 
Harriet C.. 364. 
Henry, 3^)3- 
Katharme (i., 364. 
Lucy B. (B.j, iOi. 
Mary L., 364. 
Sarah A.. 364. 
Willard H.. 364 
F'onda, Christine. 318. 

F^inny, 318. 
F'oot. Avery, 1 12. 
Clarrisa. 112. 
Daniel B., 112. 
Elizabeth (B.). 1 12. 
Flphraim. 1 12. 
John. 112. 
Oliver. 112. 
Sola. 112. 
Zili)ha, 112. 
Foote, Marshall. 189. 

Sally Cady, 189. 
Forbes. F. Rosalie 
Brown. 288. 
George, 28X. 
Forbush. Deitlamia. 178. 
Ford. Addic M.. 3i3- 
Annie P. Hopkins, 

230. 
Edwin, 230. 
Emily, 375- 
Isaac, 313. 
^L^ry Gullirie, 313. 
Fordham, Betsey Blod- 
gett, 318. 
Calista, 318. 
Hezekiah, 318. 
Forsythe, John, 276. 
Mary. 276. 
Susan. 284. 
Forward, l-'avette, 315. 

Frances (B.), 3I5- 
Foster, Alethea Burnap, 
306. 
Arlouine (B.), 376. 



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Foster, C. F., 7,70. 

Charles \V., .vA 

E. A., 49-'- 

I'lliza Coon, J7O. 

\'.zx-A, 161. 

G. W., i.U- 

Henry, 37O. 

Loraiia, ifii. 

Mary, 17-'. 

liiihy, 2<)<). 

Sarali (H. ), i.n- 
Fowler, Aim M. (.15.), 

193 

lU'iinell, 193. 

Cyiitliia (Ji.), 99- 

Siiiiccii, 142. 

Siisaniiaii, l.}2. 

William, 99. 
Fox, Al)it;ail l'\im. 300. 

Fliza, 456. 

Cicor^-r, y.o. 

Lillic A. IhiKlick. 300. 

l.ovina, .}lK. 

Marie, .}Si. 

Neltie Sa\iiulers, .\(*~. 

William F., 467. 
France, Alice J. (B.). 
465- 

James, 465. 

John, 465. 

Mary Daley. 4()5. 

Nora Van Victen, 465. 

Washinpton P., 465. 
Frances, Betsey Merrill, 

234- 

Ja'^on, 234. 

Julia. 234. 
Franklin. I'.enj.imin, 31. 

Cornelia 1".. 301. 

Elizabeth C, 390. 

Moses, 177. 

Nettie, 177. 
Frascr. Jening. 491. 
Frasier, Mary A.. 388. 
Frazer. Alexander. 2^6. 

Cynthia M. (B.). 256. 
Frazier, Eli/abeth, 156. 

Mary McCliire, 136. 

Rachel, 276. 

William, I5r.. 
Fredcnimrp, Dora Rog- 
ers. 514. 

William S.. 514. 
Frcclarul. Jonathan. },;>,},. 

Solona, T>},^. 

Sophrf)nia, ?,},y. 
Freeman, Joseph 11., 485. 

Eucretia ( B.E 04. 

Minnie L. Brown, 485. 

Vincent, 94. 



Index. 

French, Ada, 441. 

Cynthia, 321. 

Daphene (B.), 321. 

J'llkn M., 450. 

Ivllie Crittenden, 450. 

Frank B., 430. 

(ieorge. 430. 

(iertrude E. ( 1'..). 449. 

Olive, 3.S3. 

Orville B., 430. 

Rohert. 321. 
hrimk, Jnhii, x.w. 
hrink. Daphine, 246. 

Delight (J{.), 123. 

Desire, 123. 

Elizaheth, 4 \o. 

l-'-lizaheth (15.), 246. 

Emilv, 246, 427. 

I'lzekiel, ifxS. 

John, 5. 

Jonas, 171. 

Joshua, 126. 

Eaura, 2.|6. 

1-emueI, 246. 

Molly Barher, 171. 

Oliver, 246. 

Saloma (B.), 1O8. 

Simeon, 246. 

Tacy, 171. 
Frishec, deorge M., 212. 

Hannah S. (,B.), 212. 
Fry. Mary E.. 263. 
Iniller. Eucy B., 94. 

Mary, 373. 

Samuel, 94, 136. 

Sarah, 1 36. 

Sarah (B.). 136. 
Furguson, Hannah (B.), 

122 
Furman. Aaron. 428. 

Anna Walker, 42S. 

Belle Ackcrman, 428. 

Daniel, 428. 

Daniel \'.. 427. 

Darius, 4_7. 

Delia Ciraves, 427. 

E. J. Conger, 427. 

Elizabeth C. (B.). 428. 

Ernest M., 428. 

Haim.ih. 428. 

Hannah Tlowe. 42.8. 

Horace H., 428. 

John M., 427. 

Junius A., 42S. 

T.ibcrty, 243. 

Eodentia, 427. 

Eouise. 427. 

Eura R.. 427. 

Mary Wald.-rf. 243. 

Naomi (B.), 427. 



Furman, Salouin Bow- 
n)an, 427. 

Simeon, 427. 

William. 243. 
J"uriu>s. Sarah E., 412. 
I-'urrow, Albert, j'!'>^. 

Amanda C. Kyle, 277. 

Anna O.. 2«-2. 

Chaiily, 277. 

l-:iizabeth. 1 3.8. 

I'^lizabeth Kniglil, 276. 

Ivlizabeth M a x s o n, 
282. 

I'.vthir (B.), 282. 

(jean (B.), 276. 

Jacob B.. 276. 

Je.^sc, 276. 

Jesse B., 277. 

Jolni, 282. 

Josej)h, 276, 277. 

Joshu.-i B., 277. 

Eavina I*"., 276. 

Eucy, 2.83. 

Evdia, 282, 283. 

Mary (B.), 27O. 

Melissa, .j6i. 

Kosina 1'., 282. 

Simeon, 27O. 

Thomas, 282. 

William. 276, 282. 
Cad shy, Rosa, 312. 
Gail. A. A.. 517. 

Elsie, 517. 

Eunice luios, 3I7- 
Gallup, Charles P., 316. 

Fanny, 133. 

Hester, 2,2,. 

John, 33. 

Eillie Taylor, 446. 

>rartha, 38. 

Sally, 154- 

Simon, 446. 

W c a I t h y Crandall, 
316. 
Gal win. Margaret. 523. 
Gardiner, Betsy, 481. 

Eva E. Brundagc, ?,Go. 

Grace E., 3''x). 

Harry H.. 360. 

Mary. 431. 

Mary W'hitford. 451- 

Xellic E.. 360. 

Willctt, 4.=;i- 
Gardner. Al)igail, 345- 

Ada A. Brown, 414- 

Ann.-x E.. 444. 

Anna Holley. 444. 

Charl.>tte, 268. 

Ellen. 430. 

Emma. 411. 



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Gardner, r.iiiiico A. (;.i\ iit, Amv, i-M. Gilbiirt, Dora, 214. 

(]i.), 411. Anna, uo. Gilclull, Margaret, 420. 

Eunice K. (U.), 3-'^- Anna (Javitt, 120. Gilckr.slccvc, Mary, 387. 

Georgia Taylor, 3_'6. Ari.Iu-Iia, 229. Giles. Amy A., 299. 

Harold, 414- Iknjah, 35. Delos, 377. 

Harold ]<., 444 Desire- Wilcox, I33.'35- J'>1">- ^W- 

James, 414. Klijali, 42, 43. Mary J., 377. 

John, 87. Esther, 124. Sarah Morse, 299. 

Jonathan, 209. Ezckid, 42, 62, 120,121. Gill, Anius. 155. 

Jo-sti>h, 450. Gcorgo, 62, 71, 213. I-aniiy (Hj. 153- 

Jti.-cph M., 411. Hannah. 42. Harriet, 155. 

Einda B., 414- IK/ckiah. 124. John. 155. 

l.ucrctia, 209. Ichaliud, 43. Gillette, Caroline Glc- 

Luclla v., 414. John, 42, 133, 135. zcn, 401. 

Lydia, 209. Keturah, 133. Charles, 449. 

Mansfield, 414. Eois, 35. Chauncey, 2SA. 

Martha, 204, 444- Eois Pendleton, 35. Uwi^^ht. 263. 4-19. 

Mary, 28S, 517, 535. Eucy, 43. Elixaheih. 2O5. 

Mary Cross, 450. Mary, 135. 213, 227. l-Znnna Eanp. 449. 

^Iand li. Rose, 444. Marv Urian, 62. Eudora S., 401. 

Maurice, 360. Phehc (H.), 120. Ezra W., 400. 

Melinda Hamnn, 414. Prudence. 124. Harriet A.. 401. 

Millard T., 444. Khuda (B.), 62, 71. Harriet Denison, 286. 

Phchc Jv, 4SI. Sarah. 406. 407. Helen A. (B.), 401. 

Rowland. 326. Sarah (B.), 35. 36. Isaac, 40T. 

Rowland R.. 444. Sylvester, 35. Jennie (B.), 265. 

Ruth (B.), 87. William. 42, 120. Joseph S.. 400. 

Sarah, 51. George, Exi)eriencc, 116. Josei)hinc (B.), 265. 

Sarah M.. 411. Page, iiO- Mercy A., 177. 

Susan M. GouKl, 444. Gihhs. Amy (B.). 249. Nathan, 177. 

Victor, 326. Celia (B.), 292. Selden. 265. 

Walter, 444. Dehorah A. (B.), 247. GilE. Hannah, 470. 

Willard. 444. Elias. 292. Gilman. Daniel, 221. 

Garland, Anna I".. 478. CJeorge. 247, 249. Mary S., 221. 

Martha A. Ware. 478. Hannah. 210. Mary Siller, 221. 

Scth Garland. 478. James. 249. Gilniorc. Eouisa, II5. 

Garlic. Mary, 143, 144. John. 249. Robert, 115. 

Garret. Ada Erench. 441. Samuel. 249. Sarah. 115. 

Clifford, 441. Gibson, Amanda. 322. Gilroy. Margaret. 429. 

Prances. 441. George E., 256. Gladwin. Edwin. 204. 

Erancis M.. 441. Hiram, 322. Jessie E. Burdick. 294. 

Harrison W.. 441. James. -^22. Glca^on. Alice. 471. 

Harrv W.. 441. Sarah S. fB.). 2^6. Alice Fobcs, 364. 

Herbert N.. 441. Sarah T. (B.E 3^:2. Allen. 3^M- 

Lillie Adams. 4}i. GifFord. Caroline, 489. Caroline. 401. 

Mary A. Collins. 441. Henry. 149. Warren H., 364. 

Mary Brown. 441. Mary, 149. ' Glover, liliza. 156. 

Rufus. 441. Peleg. 480. Jerusha. 201. 

Garrison. Slary E., 432. Pliebe I^ickiiisf.ii. 149. Goeing. T-'mma. 508. 

Garry. Georgia. 513. Sarah Tripp. 489. GofT. Catherine. 335 

Gates, .'\delinc. 3f)0. Gilbert. Charles. 447. Goldman. Clara E. (B.), 

Bessie J.. 419. Delila Saver, 284. 321. 

David. 160. Helen Allen. 447. John TT.. 321. 

Edwin. 504. Trena. 447. Gone. Elorence A. (B), 

Ida A.. 504. James. 284. 374. 

Snsan Cornell. '04. T.ucinda. 1(17. J. W.. 374. 

Gavilt. .'Xbig.iil Hiscox. Thomas. 284. Good.ill. .Ann. 500. 

213. Vena. 284. Goodard. FAhn Davis, 

Amcy, 42. G i 1 b r a i t h. Priscilla 440. 

Amcy (B.), 42. Trainer, 358. Henry, 440. 



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Martha M. (».). 440. 
Goodtll, (icorgc 1)., -'41. 

Gcra, 240. 

Gcrlriulc S., 241. 

Gustavus, 241. 

Jaiic, 241. 

Jane (H.), 240. 

Lucy C, 422. 

RoluTt, 241. 
Goodlct, Jessie, 231. 
Goodiny, Asa, 40Q. 

Henry C. 409. 

Mary V. (IJ.), vi, 4(X». 

Matilda Hunt. 4(K>. 
Goodrich, Amelia P. 
1 'otter, 522. 

Amy L. Case, 241. 

Austicc (H.), 133. 

Chauficey, 241. 

Content Main, 522. 

Darius, 525. 

Emily, 525. 

Emily Chauucey, 525. 

Esther M., 133. 

Fred, 522. 

George \V., 133. 

Hannah A., 133. 

HoiK>ra, 133. 

Jeremiah. 522. 

Joseph, 133. 

Julian A., 522. 

Lavina, 241. 

Mabel, 522. 

Maria. 522. 

Mary I'Vneck, 133. 

Rachel E.. 133. 

Rebecca S.. 133. 

Revanna. 133. 

Ruth. 4X9. 

Zebulon, 133. 
Goodscll. All)crt M., 379. 

Amy E. (B.). 379. 

George D.. 379. 

Minnie M.. 379. 
Gookin. Mr.. 4. 
Gordon. Mary. 2Tij. 
Gore. John. (hS. 

Mary G. (B.). r.^. 
Gorham, Dc>ire How- 
land. 40. 

George E.. 230. 

Jane R. Hopkins, 230. 

John. 39. 40. 

Lewis, 429. 

Margaret Gilroy. 429. 

Mary J.. 429. 

Mercy, 40. 

Rali)h. 40. 
Gorton, Phcbc M., 463. 



Index. 

Gorton. Prudence, 4O3. 

Thomas, 4^3. 
Go^-seliu, Cecilia A., 249. 

Josejih, 249. 

Lucy (H.), 249. 

Sarah, 249. 
Gould, Aaron, 355. 

Andrew J., 182. 

Catherine E. M i I I i- 
chainii. 339. 

Charles H., 2(10. 

Clarence A., 260. 

Daniel, 47. 

Esther (B.). 260. 

Esther P. (B.). 355. 

Jucknliah, 182. 

Mary, 182. 

Maryetta. 182. 

Ophir, 181. 

Roderick L., 3^9. 

Ruth, 182. 

Sally, 182. 

Sarah (B.), 181. 

Sarah E. Pendleton, 
260. 

Sarahetta, 182. 

Susan M., 444. 

Susan T. Nichols. 260. 

SusaiMia M., 180. 

Thomas A.. 260. 

William. 182. 

Zeno. 182. 
Gouldsborough, Marga- 
ret, 405. 
Gowan. Myra (B.). 405. 

William E.. 405. 
Gower, Daniel, 431. 

Sarah J., 431. 

Susan, 431. 
Graliam. Clifford. 513. 

Prances L.. 512. 

Harry, 513. 

Isabel. 409. 

John. 409. ' 

Malvina (1^). 163. 

Susan L. (B.). 512. 

Susan Patterson, 409. 

Z. Dayton. 512. 
firambell, Sar.ih. 221. 
Cirangcr. Nellie L.. 423. 
Grant. Luah. 441. 

Minnie. '^14. 

Sarah (B.) (B.), 132. 

Susan, 341. 
Graves, Ann Rood. 184. 

Delia. 427. 

Harriet. 268. 

James. 184. 

Leonard. 2<)S. 

Nancy Harris, 268. 



Gray, Charles A., 310. 
Charlolta A., 345. 
Emm. I, 320. 
Harrv, 4O3. 

J. H". 4f'3. 

Jirah. 345. 

Maria, 463. 

Mary E. (B.), 31a. 

Nancy J'almer, 345. 

Pcrsis L (B.), vi, 463. 
Greeley, (icorge ]i., 448. 

Julia M. Wilder, 448. 
Green. Adeline J., 357. 

Albert C, 344. 

Albert H., 509. 

Alfred, 432. 

Amy, 92, 374. 

Amiic J'^., 448. 

Benjamm, 344. 

Benjamin, E., 509. 

Bergen L, 509. 

Betsy A. (B.), 432. 

Caleb, 206. 

Carrie A., 485. 

Clarence, 432. 

Daniel, 151. 

David, 509. 

ICliza. 342. 343. 507. 

Elizabeth (B.). 151. 

Elvira Benjamin, 374. 

Emily, 518. 

Ennna Buflhigton, 355. 

I-lstclla. 2S5. 

Eanny. 343. 

Elorencc E.. 355. 

Grace R.. =;09. 

Hamiah (B.). 83. 

Helen M., 412. 

Henry L., vi. ^3, 71. 

Huldah, 151. 

Job. 343. 

Laura (iuardncr. 432. 

Lewis R.. 509. 

Lucy, 377- 

Margaritc A.. 509. 

Maria G.. 4S3. 

^^ a r t h a A. Bergen, 

509- 
Mary C. Irish, 344. 
-Mary E.. 344. 
Maud E. (B.). 469- 
Nellie. 432. 
Pauline E.. 509. 
Pcckham. 91- 
Phebe (B); 93. 
Phcrbc Hoyt, 432. 
Rosia. 432. 
Sandi A. Baker. 344- 
So wall. 432. 
Simon H.. 71. 



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Green, Susan Williams, 
206. 

Thomas H., 509- 

William H., 374- 

William E., 355- 

William M., 43-'- 

Willis. .\(>0- 
Clrtcnc, Aliigail Rliodcs, 
70, 71. 

Alice, 451. 

Alice A.. 47>- 

Allen, 2S7- 

Althca McClcan, 473- 

Amanda (H.), 347- 

Amelia Maxs(>ii, 4JU. 

Amy, 15H. 

Anna L. Williams, 451. 

Anne Lippili, 70- 

Hcnjamin, 347. 

Caroline C. Aborn, 71. 

Charle.s H.. vi, 347- 

ChristopluT, 70. 71. 

Clark, 471. 

Daniel, 48. 

Daniel B., 347- 

Daniel S., 471. 

Elizabeth (B.), 48- 

Esther Styles. 158. 

Georpc S., 4J0. 

Grace, 473. 

Grace Rogers, 347. 

Howard A., 347. 

Ira, 420. 

Jaris, 471. 

Job. 70. 

Joshua, 158. 

Lucinda A. (B). 470. 

Marion W., 420. 

Mary, 151. 

Mary A., 71, 420. 

Mary A. Lchre. 71. 

Mary Peckham. 151. 

Nancy. 515. 

Nancy (B.). 117. 

Nancy Perry, 420. 

Nathaniel. 1 17. 

Olivia Dcnison. ^f''?. 

Phebc A. Holland. 1,47. 

Polly Whilford, 471. 

Ruth, 123. 

Stephen. 451. 

Susanna, 71. 

Thomas, 151. 471. 473. 

Thomas R.. 347. 
Gretnman, Abigail, 47. 

Anna, 47. 

Anna (B.) Clark, 30. 

Beniainin F.. 533. 

Cecil, 533. 

Electa E., 480. 



Greenman, ICIiitabrth, 47. 

Elsie, 533. 

ICniily I'reston, 533. 

I'.unice (B.>, 47- 

Fanny M. (B.), 479- 

James, 533. 

James A. R., 479. 

Katlieriii'.-, 47. 

Lois, 75. 

Lois Collins, ^i^J. 

Reynolds, 2(/j. 

Sarah Clark, 206. 

Sarah .\L, 206. 

Silas, 30, 47. 
Greenwood, Camilla, 402. 
(ireer, I'llizabeth. 4'J(. 
Grey, Alice, 4O7. 

Caroline (Bj, 13 '• 

Stephen, 132. 
Griftin, Augustus, 45C. 

Austin. 456. 

Claribel, 436. 

lid win, 441. 

Esther Skinner, 456. 

John A., 456. 

Luah, 441. 

Luah Grant, 441. 

Lvman P.. 181. 

M'aria J. (B.), 4.<>- 

Samantha ( B.), 181. 
Grimshaw, Annie, 289. 

Eli, 289. 

Mary Murphy, 289. 
Grinnel, Halsey, 165. 

John, 16=;. 

Lucv (B.), 16=;. 
Grinncll. Eliza (B.), 1O5. 

Seymour. 165. 
Griswold, Daniel. 78. 

I'anny (B.), 78. 

^^ary. 425. 
Groat. Christian.!. 191. 

Jacob. 191. 
Groot. Maria. 348. 
(ir<Uon, Bcniamin. 163. 

Hannah (B.), 437- 

Harriet ^L Palmer, 
163. 

Helen ^L Richmond, 

437- 
Tames R., 437- 
John ^L. 438- 
Laura (B.). 163. 
Nathaniel. 4 v*^. 
O. N.. 163 
William M.. 437- 
Grover. Cioitld. 310. 
Ida B. Sheldon, ,^to. 
Jul a no. 310. 
Silas E., 310. 



Groves, Clara L. Lippen- 
cott, 'J77. 

John. 277. 
Guardncr, Laura, 432. 
Guiteon, Frances »,B). 
91. 

Norman, gr. 
Guitian, Caioin, 91. 

Mary (B.), 91. 
Gutbi ie, Harriet, 230. 

Mary, 313. 
Gwiu, Annie, .467. 

Carrie, 407. 

Elvia A., 4'^>7- 

Frances Wood, 467. 

Hayes (]., 467. 

John, 467. 

Mary, 467. 

P. S., 4^>7- 

Sherman 1,., 4''>7. 

William IL, 4(^i, 4^>7- 
Haas, Elizabeth. 412. 

Frederick. 412. 
Hadlcy, Edwin R., 4-^8. 

ICliza, 509. 

George, 221. 

May. 221. 

Pluebe A. (B.), 4.'8. 

Sarah Grambell, 221. 
Hadsell, Elijah, 459. 

Rhoda, 459. 
Haff, Agnes Hopkins, 

231- 

Anna, 231. 

C. Josephine, 231. 

Edward. 231. 

lilizabeth. 231. 

Elizabeth (B.). 231. 

Elizabeth W., 409. 

Emily. 231. 

Jacob. 231. 

Jolin, 231. 

Julia A.. 454. 
Hague. Ruah A.. 158. 
Haigbt. Edwin. 312. 

Lillie M. Lucas, 312. 

William, 312. 
Haiti. Anga, 375. 

Catherine. 375. 

Jatncs. 375. 
Hair. Baxter. 503. 

Lavina B.. 503. 
Hale. Mary E. Stanton, 
^437- 

Nancy. 430. 

Nathan. 4^7. 
Hall. Abigail (B). 22, 
552. 

Betijamin. 22. 

Bertha F. Lucas. 312. 



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Hall, Cliaili'llc Gardi- 
ner, 2(>S. 

Contt.iil, 19. 

Daniel C, 227. 

IClizabitli, 19. 

Emily M., 2i7- 

Eunice A., 2J7. 

Gay W., 311. 

Harriet Riddell, 311. 

IJelen Ci., ,^(>^. 

Helen M. (li.), .^^A- 

Henry, 19, 3I-'. 

Jesse, 3.S4. 

John, .454. 

John 1'., 2.7. 

John 1\, iJ-i, 2J7. 
• Josei)h, 61. 

Kate, .^Si. 

Lucy Dicken-s, 227. 

I.ynian Iv, 227. 

Maria l*'.. 227. 

Mary, 4O5. 

Mary E., 454. 

Mary Gaviti. 227. 

Mary Nicholstm, 434. 

Mary T. Hairi>. 217. 

Nancy (H.). -^-'7. 

Nancy Crandall. 124. 

Nancy Wilcox, 227. 

Theresa S.. 2')S. 

Sally Randall. lo^ 

Sarah (B.), 13. 

Slocuni, 268. 

William. 217. 312, 465. 
Halleiibcck, Mary A., 

224. 
Hallct, Lois, 30. 
llallock, G. II., 337. 

Mary, 534. 
Halpcn, liridgel Duriiey, 
408. 

Ella S.. 408. 

Hannah K. (15.), 40S. 

M area ret B., 408. 

William J.. 40.'^. 
Hamilton, Emma H., 

515- 
Hannah (B.). 124. 381. 
Martha. 286. 
Pcrnilla. 1S9. 
Samuel C, .v"^i. 
Walter G.. .381. 
William. 124. 
Hamlin. Frank .X . 403. 
Marparcl X'andehnrp. 

Martha M.. 131. 
Salmon. 131. 
Hammond. Ann. 128. 
Armcda E. (B.), 171. 



Hammond. Cl»as. I)., 174 

David H.. 257. 

Eunice E. (H.), 174 

Frances (B.), 148. 

Frank, 171. 

Joseph, 43. 

l,ois N. (B.), 257- 

Martha A<lams, 174. 

N'atlian, 171. 

Stephen, 17.}. 

William, i.iS. 
llaiicie, (alherine, 400. 
Hancox, Alice I)., 415. 

lUnjamiii, 415. 

Eunice Stevens, 415. 

Hannah, 23S. 
H a n n e I, M.ugaret E., 

398. 
Hansom, J-.lizaheth, 431. 

T., 431- 
Harding, Capt., ()8. 
Hardman, Eli/ahclh, I59- 

Martha, 284. 
H.udy, Auf^'ustus, 149. 

iM-anccs J. (B.), 149. 
llarKin, Martha, 343. 
llarley, Ruth (B.), 73- 

Si)l()mon, 73. 
Harmon, Polly, 433. 
1 larrington, A m a n d a, 

416. 
Harris. Anna, 52. 

C. 481. 

I-"llcn. 510. 

l>cd J., 481. 

Julian.i, 421. 

Maria, 303- 

Mary T.. 217. 

Maliic E. (B.), 4S1. 

Xancy, 2(>8. 
Harrison. Alice R., 402. 

C a m ilia Greenwood, 
402. 

iMlmund. 402. 

I'^sther, 230. 

IVank. 402. 

Gcorpe L.. 483. 

Harriet R. (B.). 402. 

Ida M. (B.), 483- 

jabez B.. 402. 

Noah, 402. 

Susan ^Iorey. 402. 
Hart, Anna. 136. 

Clarissa Parmalee. 42;. 

l-lizalulli S. CB.V 423. 

Gcorpo. 423. 

1 lenry I., 423. 

Rebecca. 224. 
Hartcr. .Andrew, 480. 

l-:va, 4S0. 



Hartcr, Margaret Cun- 
derman. 48*^. 

.Mari.i, 4.S0. 
Hartman, l.(»iii»;c, 3(X). 
Hart well, d. W ., 529. 

Ida I.., 529. 

Mary lliij^hes, 529. 
Harvey, Bet^ey, 499. 

Emma, 400. 

John E., 499. 

Julia M. Catlin, 499. 

K.insoni, 499. 
11 a r w o o d, Jane B. 
Drake, 304. 

Jane ()., 304. 

Richard, 30.J. 
Ha-kcll, Harriet, 415. 
Haskiii^, F.imice, 135. 
Hastings, Albert E., 491. 

Annie F., 492. 

Catherine (B). 49i- 

Dura, 492. 

Cioorpc B., 492. 

Henry, 426. 

Margaret C, 492. 

Paul, 492. 

Sarah, 426. 
Hatch, Mable. 183. 
Hatchman. Chas. F., 487. 

Emma Brockway, 487. 

Frederick I., 487. 

Herbert E., 487. 

Jessie Dean, 487. 

Robert, 487. 
Hathaway, Adelia (B.). 

305- 

Esther L. Farrcll, 305- 

Margaret. 354. 

Marion L., 305. 

Mary (B.). 9-'- 

Raymond W., 305. 

Ruth, 344. 

Samuel, 92. 

Wesley. 305. 
Havard. Lucy, 404. 
Haven. Charles, 140. 

Horace, 343. 

Marv L, 343- 

Maud R. Platts. .^43- 

Thankful (B.) C..le.4'^- 
Haviland. Ann, 424. 
Hawes. David. .^33- 

Julia M. (B.). 355- 
Hawkins. Nancy, 03- 

Sarah Porter. 202. 
Hawlcy, Amarilla. 184. 
Havdcn. Charles. 2J3. 

Cornelia Bryan, 223. 

Edwin W.. 223. 

Emily (B.), 224. 



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GeorRC L., 225. 

Helen 1-., 225. 

Joseph, 303- 

Lucy n. Ward, 393. 

Lydia. 225. 

Mary li., 225. 

Mary J. Sliter, 225. 

Tlioiiias A., 225. 
Hnves, J'.iluard, 264. 

Mabel !•". (H.), 2.y). 

Mary K. {H.), 2(.4. 

Waller, 2(/). 
Ilavnes, Charles K., .J7H. 

]:idri(lKC M.. 47^^. 

Hlizaheth 15 ii r 11 a r d, 
478. 

Israel, 47S. 

Lena AL Roljiiisoii, 

47B. 

Nora E., 478. 

Rose ]•:.. 47«. 

Sarah J-:. (H.), 47''^- 
Hazard, Ai)l)y, <j2. 

Ann G. Childs, 145. 

Brenton, 145. 

David, 294. 

Hlizahclh, =;4;. 

Esther 11. (B). Qi- 

George, 144, 145. 

George C., 145- 

Gulielnia (B.), 92. 

Hannah, 262. 

Martha, 545. 

Martha Want<-)n. 145. 

Mary rcckhani. J(>J. 

Richard, 2()2. 

Robert, (jl. 

Sally, 145. 

Sylvester R., 92. 

Thomas, 545. 

Violet. 204. 
Hazelton, Rose. 461. 
llazenbiick. Lydia, 532. 
Haz/ard, F.sther, 35. 

John, 73. 

Mary, 73. 

Robert, 36. 

Sarah Nichols, 73. 

Stephen, J^. 

Susanna. 4S, S<). 
Healey, .•\I)rahani. 515. 

Edwin P., 515. 

Lillian H. Iloxie, 515. 
Heap, (irace .\.. 537. 

William. ^37. 
Heard. iHining S.. 2i>S. 

Saiah Mother. 2<>S. 
Heath, Emily. 382. 

Mary J. Adams, 415. 



Index. 

Heath, Newell, 415. 
I le.ithcotc, Jose p h i ne 
Sibley. 307. 

William K., 307. 
ileeferman, Mary, 143. 
lleline, Nathaniel, 43. 
1 lelmer, Adam, 531. 

l'!lizabelh, 531. 

George IL, 3()7. 

Harriet JC, 531. 

Ida. 3(>7. 

Lillie A. Curtis, 367, 
Ihniphill, Adrian, 229. 

Ari)lKli;i (i.ivilt, 229. 

Avilda (B.), 229. 

Betsey A., 229. 

]^ii/abelii, 229. 

ICllen, 229. 

James, 229. 

R(d)ert, 229. 

Ruth, 229. 

.S.illy Morrison, 229. 

Sarah, 229. 

Silvia, 229. 

\'erona Monroe. 229. 
Ilendee, Libbie M. Rcl- 

Ii-'y. 5.^0- 

Samuel B., 530. 
Hendricks. H a n n a h, 
103. 

Mo>es. 103. 

Reuben. 103. 
Hendrickson, Alice L. 
(B.),^ 47.^ . 

Eli/.a Terwiliiger, 473. 

Jessie O., 473. 

John, 473. 

Louise. 473. 
Hcnkson, Susan, 415. 
Henny, John. xiii. 
Henry, James, 297. 

Lillie, 171. 

Lulu P. Clark, 297. 

Sarah Smith, 297. 

William S.. 207. 
Heme. William. 6r. 
Herrick. Arloine, 370. 

Delos, 370. 

Edna L.. 370. 

T'Ahvard 1^.. 370. 

Elizabeth (B.). 254. 

Iva B.. 370. 

Lillie M. (B.), 370. 

Minie S.. 370. 

.Samlford E.. 254. 

Siiphroni.i Curtis, 370. 
llertoz. .Xnnie Der, 4CH). 
He>s, Odes>a, 172. 
Hewell, Joseph. ^4. 

Polly. 54- 



603 



Hcwett, Sarah (B.), 54, 
Hewitt, Emelinc .Nlc- 
Grcgor, 249. 

liunice Randall, 103. 

Josiah, 249. 

.Mary. 57. 
Hibbard, Almirin. 367. 

.\ngelme (!'..), 3M). 

Charles H., 367. 

Charles W.. 367. 

Clarissa .'\., 3(17. 

Daniel Ii., 367. 

Dianthe, 337. 

Ijnogenc, 3(^7. 

l'"red, 3X8. 

Harriet, 473. 

Harriet N. (B.), 3S8. 

Irene E., 367. 

James I'., 367. 

John P., 3(^7. 

Lois, ijO. 

ALnry A. Conlev, 367. 

Nellie V. Mahan. 388. 

Ruth Collins, 38^. 

Stephen IL, 38S. 

Syble, 3S0. 

Thomas. 388. 

Willie B.. 3f^S. 
Hickox, Chauncey, 256. 

Cynthia, 147. 

Cynthia M. (B.), 256. 

l^orliska Sapp, 256. 

Henry, 236. 

Lucy Bryant, 256. 

Selh, 250. 

Slei)hen. 256. 

Waite. 256. 
Hide. Cornelia, 405. 
Higginson. G., 68. 

James, 68. 

Martha (B.), 68. 
Higley, Algerosc, 465. 

ICli/.abeth Burdick, 465. 

John, 465. 
Hill. Abigail, 342. 

Almena. 419. 

Caleb. 22. 

Catherine. 161. 

Deborah Davis, 277. 

Isabcll. 277. 

James, 277. 

Jane, 283. 

Joshua, 283. 

Poll v. 360. 

Ruth (B.). 22. 
H i 1 I a r d. Nancy M. 
Wlueler, 483. 

William II. , 4S3. 
Hills, Arthur C., 404. 

Ella (B.), 404. 



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Sarah, 286. 
Ilillycr. KmnvjL L. (Bj, 

W. D.. 205. 
Hilts, Catiicriiic, 289. 

Lawrence, 2K9. 

Nancy, 289. 
11 i ni f s, Amelia (B.), 

413- 
Frid P., 41.V 
Hi Molt, Hctsy \Vliii)i.Ir, 

Klias, 321. 
Mary A., 3^'o. 
Hinckley, Al)liic FI.. 517. 
Abby, 2S?. 
Al.by I-:." (B.), 378. 
Abtl, 379. 
Abel 11., 379. 
Agnes J., 379. 
Alice, 379. 
David, 186, 207. 
Grace, 94. 
Harry, 517. 
Mary, 9^ 
Mary (H.), 49. 
Mary W'yalt, 49, 94. 
Mercy, 180. 
Nathan, 49. 
Nathaniel, 103. 
Prudence Chesebro, 

517. 

Samuel, 49, 94. 

Susamia Brown, 186. 
Hine, Isaac, 243. 

Mary, 243. 

Rhoda Wright, 243. 
Hines, Miraufla, loi. 
Hinman, Mary, 251. 

Royal, xxiii. xxvi. 
Hiscox, Abigail. 213. 

Amelia Stanton, 125. 

Ann F., 237. 

Bethia Clark, 15. 

Thomas, 15. 

William, 5. 15, 20. 
Hitchcock, Sara h A., 

3S6. 
Hite. Sarah .Vnii. 416. 
Hoadlcy, (leorpe, 400. 

Ida A. Burtch. 400. 

Mary A., 340. 
Hoag, Bertha A. Smith, 
401. 

\\'illiam P.. 401. 
Hoaplatid, Anna C, 205. 

B. C. 500. 

Frank N. Call in, 500. 

Harriet (B.), 295. 



Index. 

1 biaj^lanii, Joshua M., 
-'95- 

.M.ir^aret, 500. 

Mary L., 473. 

Nettie J. Richardson, 
-'93 • 

William A., 295. 
llobbs, Henry, 2(>.\. 

.Mary A. N o r I h a m, 
2O4. 
lloddie, Christine. 214. 
ll>)(l^;o, Martha Jtjhiison, 
409. 

Mary C. 4rj9. 
Hoffman. Pli/abelh, 2!-!o. 

l\li/.il)cth 1)., 157. 

.Moses, 137. 
llolcomb, Mary. 381. 
lldlcombf. Chas. S., 524. 

Elizabeth, 524. 

Marion C. WoodrulT, 
.S24. 

Silas, 524. 
Holden, Betsey (B.), 94. 

Carrie L.. 502. 

Charles, 116. | 

Daniel, 489. 1 

Edf^ar A., 502. 

Ethel J. (B.), 489. 

Maryetta, 502. 

Reuben, 94. 

Sarah. 274. 

Virginia, 535. 
Holdridge, li d w i n S., 
264. 

Sarah P. Thayer. 264. 
Holland, Anne I"". Bur- 
dick, 347. 

Ceorge A., 347. 

Phebe A.. 347. 
Ilolley, .Vnna. 444. 
Ilollis, .\rarlha C. 484- 

Mary L., 484. 
Hollowav, John Waitc, 
80. 

Joseph, 79. 80. 

Lydia (B.), 79, 80. 

.\iary, So. 

Sarah K., 430. 
Holman. Ji a r b a r a M. 
Clark. 287. 

George W., 287. 
Holmes, Abigail. 398. 

.•\urelia, 31)9. 

Chandler. 2;^^^. 

Clark. 2<j7. 

Cynthia A. Clemons, 
271. 

F.lisa (B), 117. 

Ella L. Clark, 297. 



Holmes, Emery, 271. 

Emory B., 297. 

Harriet E., 202. 

Isaiah, 117. 

Jenny, ^()7. 

Laura, .i^,]. 

Lois B., 202. 

Margaret, 186. 

Mary, 29. 

.Marv E., V)?. 

.Mary Iv (B.), 314. 

Mason, 314. 

Polly, 307. 
' Pollv (B J, 202. 

Sarah P.., ^()7. 

William, 202. 
Holt, Alex. 285. 

Icjiie Parker, 448. 

Kate (P..), 283. 

Robert O., 448. 
Hooper, Mary E., 454. 

Rachel, 44.V 
Hoover, Maria. 439. 
Hopkins, Abigail, 379. 

Agnes, 231. 

Amelia, 231. 

Annie P., 230. 

lulw.ird O., 231. 

Hannah (B.), 229. 

Jane R., 230. 

Jessie Goodlet, 231. 

Lemuel, 229. 

Lemuel J., 230. 

.Mary Stuart, 231. 

Sarah Devlin. 230. 

Susan B.. 408. 

Sus.mna, 4 "5. 
Horr. Dora Bristol (B.), 

403. 
Samuel P.. 403. 
H o r t o n, Barbara M. 
(B.), 181. 
Emma (B.), 46, 439- 
George, 181. 
George T.. 439. 
Hiram, 439. 
Hiram T., 439. 
Horace B., 439. 
Horace E., 439- 
Isaiah C, 182. 
Jessie. 4.39- 
Joseph L.. s ^6. 
Lucvett (B.). 182. 
Maria P. (B.). 5.^6. 
Mary A. (B). 181. 
Mary Hurd. A^9■ 
Orlando. 182. 
Peleg. 181. 
Ruth Gould. 182. 
Sarah, 256. 



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lloslcy, Aiiiiic Blancli- 
ard, 309- 
Cclah, 309- 
Kliza A., 309- 
Hossiick. Archil-. 497- 
Charles B., 497- 
I':ila, 4«;7. 
J-lla (HJ. 4')7. 
Frances Iv, 497- 
Krcd N., 497- 
Gertrude, 497- 
John, 497- 
John A., 497- 
Mary (B.), 497- 
Myra L., 497- 
Pratt, 497- 
Hostler, Alice. -'96. 
Hntchcss, James, ^-'5. 

Mary (B.). 22$. 
Hotchkiss, A h iga 1 1 C. 
(B.). 255. 
Gahrilla Miner, -'98. 
Julius, 255. 
Lorain, 469. 
Phelps, 29«. 
Villic, 298. 
Hon^;hton, Sarah, 464. 
Houser, Alice I., 445- 
Christian, 232. 
Cornelius. 445. 
Isabelle Craig, 445- 
Mary K.. 232. 
Sarah Fisher. 232. 
Hovev, Abijah. 199- 
Ei'izabcth \V. (B.), 

199. 
Martha Story. 199- 
Howard. Alonzo P.. 252. 
Amelia (B.), 306. 
Charles. 306. 
Emma Pearce. 252. 
Harriet. 306. 
Ida. 465. 
John L.. 484. 
Kathcrinc M. Brown, 

4S4. 
Nina, 306. 
Nora. 306. 
Howe. Emery E.. 428. 
Hannah. 428. 
Hannah Fiirman. 428. 
John. 297. 
Kate C 297- 
Marv. 379- 
Philip. 182. 
Rachel. 30^'- 
Sarah Cutler. 207. 
Howell, Benjamin. 220. 
Bcnjannn B., 219. 



Index. 

Howell, lunily W. (B.). 
220. 
Henry \V., 220. 
Mariah A., 278. 
Kehecca, 219. 
1 lowl.md, Desire, 40. 
Kli>a (15.), 430. 
i:iizal)elh Tilly, 40. 
John, 40. 
S. P., 430. 
Hoxie, Ann (B.), 151- 
Benjamin, 8<> 
nelior.th, 247. 
Deborah (B.), 19. 45- 
Dorcas, 131. 
F^ijah. 4t. 
F:ila L. (B ). 447- 
ICisic A. (B.). 291. 
Emma H. Hamilton, 

515. 
Jeremiah, 45. 
Job. 45. 
Jdhn. 45. 
Josei)h, 45- 
Lillian H.. 515- 
Martha. 87. 
Marv, 45- 

Marv (B). 151. 263. 
Matilda (B.), 263. 
Orviile. 447- 
Perry. 263. 
S.'imuel, 45. 
Simeon, 45. 
Solomon. 151, 263. 
Stephen. 151. 
T. C. Sis- 
Thomas. 45. 
Waller U.. 291. 
Hovt. Allen G., 496- 
F:. R.. 286. 
F. R., 286. 
Jennie L. Budlong, 

496. 
Martha Hamilton. 286. 
Mary J. (B.), 28O. 
Plux-be. 432. 
Willis. 496. 
Hubbard. Bethia, 26. 27. 
29. 30. 
Bctbiab. 24. 
Daniel. C'>7- 
Esther. 241. 
Martha. 67. 
Hnbbell. Maria. 338. 
Hudson. Abig.iil, 23. 
Uuf^c^. Dudley. 279- 
Tames A.. 270. 
M i n e rva \'an Horn 

279- 
Thvatima (B.), 279. 



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Hughes, Arsentha Davis, 

157. 

Charles D., 439- 

David, 439- 

Dudley, 157. -76, 2.S0. 

Elizabeth Davis, 439. 

Flllen, 440. 

Henry S., 276. 

Ida E., 2H0. 

Marv, 529. 

Mary C (B), 439- 

Mary C. Avery, 439- 

Minerva Van Horn, 
276. 

Rosa (B.). 276. 
Huling. Sarah, 446. 
Hull. Alice (B.), 92 

Altha, 181. 

Amos, 181. 

Comfort. 104. 

Comfort (B.) Wells. 

54- 

Elizabeth. 43. 

Elizabeth R.. 424. 

George Wagner, 92. 

Herman, 208. 

Nancy B. Crandall, 
208. 

Nettie E.. 249. 

Stephen. 54. 104. 
Hulpz. Eliza, 504. 

John, 504. 
Humphrcv, Lucinda. 345- 

Sarah A. (B.) (B.), 

345- 

William. 345- 

William M.. 345- 
Humphry. Mary. 243. 
Hungcrford, Adclla 
(B.), 412. 

Emily A. (B.), 490. 

Fanny. 376. 

George. 490. 

Helen Osgood. 412. 

Ida R.. 412. 

Josephine Merrick, 
490. 

Richard. 412. 

William B.. 490. 
Flunt, Benjamin. 524. 

Bessie H. (B.), 296. 

Charles. 414. 

David. 270. 

Emily (B.). 279. 

Eugene. 209. 

Eunice. 200. 

Eunice (B). 209. 

Ezekiel. 246. 

George. 202. 

J. E.. 209. 






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Hunt, James, 279, -414. Hurley, Altli.ilia A. \'an Iiij.ht.s..II, Natlianic-I, C.8. 

John \V., 2'/). Horn. 2S4. Ingraliani, Ascl, 37O. 

Julia M., 5-'4. Ikrilia A., J84. Juniiia, 376. 

1-., l7-t- Cliarles F., -;K4. Rebecca ()5J, ;?4. 

, l.oviua Tliayer, J46. Clarissa M., J.S4. Tripheiia, 376. 

l.uciiula, 2jij. luiiina L. Mullett, -'84. Ireland, l-iank, 436. 

MaliMcJa, 270. Eva M. Davis _\S4. Sarali (Hj. 43/). 

Mary ].., 524. James H., ^84. Irisli, AllK-rline S., 343. 

May, 279. John d., 284. Amy E., 343. 

Myra I'ixley, S-'\- L., 284. Amy K. I'olter, 509. 

Naomi. 54(). Lewis, 284. Arthur, 343. 

I Pcrlie, 246. Mary A. Pierce, 284. Iknjamin. 194. 

1 Phebc C. (IJ. ). 4'1- Mary i:.. 2S4. }{cnnic \V.. 508. 

' Preston, 2oj. Oliver. 2S4. Hertha L, ^07. 

Robert, 20<;. Orvillc A.. 284. Hcrllia M..'5o8. 

Sarah I'orter, 202. Sarali (H.),284. Bvlsy (P..),' 194. 

Silas, 279. Sylvia E. liailey, 284. Charles, 343. 

Stephen, 524. Theodore S., 284. Chnrlotto (!'..), 343. 

I'ranea Reiilly. 414. I'ly^ses (]., 284. Charlotte J-:. Maxson, 

William, 279. ilurly, Charles L., 283. 507. 

Hunter, Arucs, 141. Jennie R. Saver, 2^_]. Daniel B.. 343. 

Anna, 529. Ilutcliius, ,' 114. ICnrncst M., 507. 

Charlotte, 4^)1. iLli/abclh, 4-^9. lul^^ar \V.. 507. 

; Kli/abcth (R.).4r)i. M;ny A. (R.). 248. lulith, 343. 

Klizabelh (ireer. 4^1. Putnam \\'., 248. l-^laine. 344. 

I'llizabcth L.. 524. 1 Iutchii\son, Alice. 182. Eliza, 342. 

Henry B., 461. Daniel, 182. E.liza Green, 341. 

James, 461. Eliza, 182. I'.IU-n A. Crandall. 50S, 

: Robert, 461. Esther (R.), 182. Ethel Davi^, 344. 

Hunting, Anne Rhotlcs, Jeimic R. Rosebush, Eva R. Rond, 343. 

33. 397- Flora B., 343. 

Benjamin. 33. Mary. 182. George, 194. 342. 

Huntington, Jed. 179. Xancy, 182. George C. 343. 

Lucy A., 169. I'olly Curtis. 182. ("lertrude E.. 509. 

Weltha (B.). 179. Ruby H.. 182. Glci W.. 507.' 

Huntley. Laura W., 3,2:-,. Sophia, 182. Harold R.' 507. 

Mary R. (B.), ^27. Walter. 397- ILnrrv. 34^" 

i Porter S.. 327. Huyler, Abby J., 431. Hat tie K. Burdick. 

j. Hurd, Charles. 369. George. 431. 509. 

',t Clara. 492. Sarah Ferman. 431. Henrv P., \\t,. 

Lillie M. Randel. 3(^.9. 1 lyde. Ella M. ( B. ). 479. 1 d a ' M. Wightman. 

J Marie, 439. Frank D.. 479. z,o8. 

,'' , Mary, 439. Josephine E., 479. Tanics O.. 343. 

i Nettie, 492. ^fary. 254. Tames R., 343. 

Sarah. 492. Hyer. Eliz-abeth. 521. Jessie ^T.. 508. 

Sophronia. 492. Hynds. George. 482. Toscph H.. 344. 

Sophronia M. (B.)- Hettic B.. 482. Lucv A.. 344. 

402. Weltha Rice. 482. Lvdia Johnson. ?4V 

Walter S.. 40J. Ibath. Rhoda P. (B.), Maria 'Potter, ^42. 

Hurlbut. Alt'r.-.l, 48, 247- Martha. 194. 

Ellen L.. 242. William. 247. Martha A., 142. 

Hannah Moore. 429. IlilT. Abig.iil. 4^.7. ^[a^tha Irish. T04. 

lantha C. 429. Hannah Morrison. 467. >LTry. 138. 207. 

James. 242. William. aC^j. Marv C] .344. 

Lucy. 242. Ingalls. Elizabeth. 270. Mary E.. "soS. 

Lydia (B.), 48. Elizabeth Blakc. 270. M.ir'v L Haven. 14^ 

Reuben. 429. Philip W.. 270. M.ir'v L.. :;o8. 

Sarah, 190. Tngcrsol. Climena. 171. M.iry S. .Afl.inis. 342. 

Hurley. Angic Brown. Ingersoll, Eliza (B.), Maud Samidcrs. 507. 

284. 68. Miranda F., 509. 



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Nathan W., 508. 

Oliver h., 344- 

Paul, 313 

Sally I'oUcT, 11)4. 

Sarah Atilliniiy. 344. 

Sarah M., 507. 

Viola S.. 34-'. 

Willinni A., 50Q. 

\\'illiani IV, 50<). 
I r V i n c, luiicIiiK- ( B. ), 

38^'. 

Herbert. :)^>. 
Irwin, CatluTine, 37S. 
Isaacs, Grace, 66. 

Judge, (/). 

Mary Ruinsey, 66. 
Isbell, James, 101. 

Lucinda 15.. lor. 
Ishani, Cora Y., 303. 
Ives, Amanda J.. 318. 

Anna E. Plaits, 486. 

Clarence I)., 48(). 

Kliza (P.), 3'8. 

Ella ^I. Seers. 319. 

Florence (i., 486. 

Frances \'aii W'ic, 31 8. 

Frank, 486. 

Jennie M. Ozard, 486. 

•John W., 486. 

Lewis C 486. 

Lucy Richards. 318. 

Martha A. PixleV, 486. 

Mary E., 486. 

Roy, 4S6. 

Walter. 318. 

Warren A., 318. 

William ()., 310. 
Jackson, Mar let le, 308. 

Roxanna, 457. 

William, 357. 
Jacobs, I'^rances, 380. 
James, Anna, 276. 

Clark. 126. 

Edward K.. 269. 

Elizabeth Lyman. 536. 

George W., 26^). 

^Talachi. 536. 

^Tarcia H.. 269. 

Marv A.. 21 t. 

Mary (P.). 126. 

Mary E., 261. 

Mary II. Chap p c 1 1, 
269. 

Richar<l E.. 269. 

Ruth II., 269. 

Sarah. 147. 

Sarah L.. 269. 

Sarah .S.Tundcrs. 269. 



Index. 

Jainieson, Adam, 462. 

Addic v., 4<>.\ 

Chribtin.i, 4(^2. 

John, 462. 

Melissa I'urrow, 462. 
J;i(|Uis, Carftline, 239. 

Marian A., 239. 

Willougiiby, 239. 
Jarvis. Sarah, 429. 
Jaycn.K, hlurencc, 455. 

John. 4^5. 

S.irah IJrewslcr, 455. 
Jifl'eries, IClizabelh, 49. 
Jenks, Mary, 5o(). 
Jenniiigs, Ida M. Clark, 
464. 

Jolin M., 464. 

Thomas. 464. 
Jerome. ^ii'S, 98. 
Jinks, J.avina. 224. 
Johnson, A deli a (P.), 
489. 

Adeline, 40^. 

Alice (P.;, '48. 

Augusta, 506. 

Caroline, 273. 

David, 489. 

Delia, 423. 

Eliz.ibeth, 157. 

I'.lizabeth R. Hull, 424. 

Ellen C, 424. 

lunma M., 489. 

Ivsther Russel, 346. 

Florence H. (P.), 4F3. 

George P.. 4I3- 

Gersham P., 343. 

Isaac, 437. 

Jerome. 424. 

Julia, 369. 

Lucrctia, 308. 

Lydia. 343. 

Martha, 409. 

Mary, 304. 

Mary E. Tabor. 343. 

Michael, 48. 

Moses. 287. 

Phebe W., 3-I'''- 

Rav. 34^>- 

Russel D., 489. 

Ruth Goodrich. 489. 

Sarah P.. 437. 

William. I. 6. 
Jollie. Alice R., 354. 

Enuna Slade, 354. 

Thomas. 354. 
Jones, Adflle. \72. 

Agues L. (H.), 409. 

Pvron W.. ^^6. 

Caroline h:.V.( P.),323. 

Clare E., 459. 



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Jones, David, 312. 

Deborah Levering, ^22. 
Dorothy (P.), 14. 
JCli/abclh Pobtlcwait, 

.304. 
I'llen, 531. 
Harvey L., 459. 
I leleii C, 312. 
Herbert, 409. 
Horatio G., 32;^. 
Horatio Gales, vi, 54. 

J-. 459- 
Je^se. 459. 
John, 515. 
Lewis, 171. 
Mary, 515. 
Mary A. (P.), J57. 
Millie, 515. 

.Minerva U'aldurf, 459. 
.Miri;iui, 304. 
Phebe, 440. 
Rose. 483. 
Runa, 157. 
Sarah, 214. 
Teresa (P.). 171. 
Thalia A. (H.). 536. 
William M., 304. 
J o s 1 y n, Penjamin F., 

Mary R. (P.), 327. 
Joyce, Marie Fox, 481. 
Parish. 481. 

Ruby ^r.. 481. ■ . 

Karr, Ann L.. 505. 

George C. 512. 

Isaiali. 505. 

Julia Eliis, 505. 

Louise, 512. 
Kaufman. Ava. 527. 

Daniel W.. 527. 

Mary A. Ncff. 527. 
Kavanaugh, Puli.i, 493. 

Pulia (P.). 493. 
Keblar. Amory J.. 452. 
Kebler. Emeline Pierce, 

^Frcd, 452. 
K c c n c y, Henrietta P., 

446. 
Kcevn. Annie P. (P.), 
481. 
Ulysses G.. 481. 
Kees, John, 477. 

Susan Knaeblc. 477. 
Susie M.. 477. 
K<-ith. Ph.be (P.), 117. 

Huil. 117. 
Keller. Calhcrine, 315. 
Clariss.i Welch, 294. 
Jane, 480. 



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Keller, IJnian, 294. 

Lydia, 294. 
Kfllcy, Archie, 530. 

A.sa, 375- 

Catherine, 530. 

Catlicrinc McKcii/.ic, 
530. 

Kleaiior, 291. 

Isleaiior (Gardner, 291. 

Kniily l'"or<l, 375. 

Kranccs D. (Uj, 375- 

James, 291. 

John, 530. 

John Ki., 530. 

Keona Osl)orii, 530. 

Lil)hic M.. 530. 

lJ//ic McCksiy, 530. 

Majjgic L. Cainpl)ell, 

531'- 

Mary M., 2gi. 

Maryett (B.), 530. 

Mirrilt IJ., 530. 

Myron J., 530. 

Natlian. 375. 

C)li\c Wclcli, 530, 

Scott L.. 530. 
Kellogg, Alvan, 173. 

Amanda, 323. 

Celia, 173. 

Jesse, 323. 

Maria, 323. 

Svlvia Stouc. 173. 
Kelly. Jane K. (B.), XU- 

Nathaniel, 333. 
Kclscy, Alida, 410. 

Alicia Sturges, 410. 

I'ercival, 410. 
Kennedy, Areno I. (B.), 
282. 

Catherine O. Do\vd.3So. 

Cecelia, 380. 

Hugh, 3^- 

James, 282. 

Mary Davis. 282. 

Svlvia B., 282. 

William. 282. 
Kent. Charles S., 475. 

Faith !•:. (B. ), 47^ 

Paul B., 475- , 
Kenyon, Abbey E., 344. 

Agnes, 209. 

Alexander C, 509. 

Alpheus B., 29«). 

Altana M. Langwor- 
thy, 340. 

B. A., 407. 

Benjamin. 172. 

Benjamin !•".. 267. 

Birdie M.. 4^6- 

Caroline (B.), 151. 



K e n y o n, Charles II., 
207. 

Cordelia Burdick, 299. 

Damarius, 119, 120. 

Daniel, 453. 

Dora, 299. 

Edward, 267. 

Kdwin, 29<j. 

Eleanor, 82. 

h'li/a A. Collrell, 172. 

l-'li/ahcth, 264. 

lOlizabeth T., 1 50. 

I'llizahelh Webster, 
119. 

Ella M., V)0. 

Ellis Ji..'453. 

I'lorcnce lieebe, 450. 

Cieorge, 212. 

Hannah, 82. 

Isabel!, 267. 

James. 52, 150. 

Jane Prill, 300. 

John, 1 19, 340. 

Jonathan C, 267. 

Lncv A. Iri^h, 344. 

Marie E. (B.), 2O7. 

Martha Avcrill, 4^3. 

Mary, i(xS. 

Mary Brightnian, 344. 

Mary L., 450. 

Mary L. Seaver, 450. 

Mary Perry, 150. 

Mary S. Wheeler. 509. 

Mary V. (B.), 299. 

Matthew H., 344. 

Matthew S., 344. 

Mercy. 119. 

Minnie G. Crandall, 
^509- 

Nancy, 267. 

Penelope. 92, 93. 

Phineas, 83. 

Rodman. 151. 

Ruth (B.), 52. 

Sarah, 267. 

Sarah (B.), 212. 

Simon, 344. 

Stephen, jGj. 

Susan, IS2. 

Susan S.' (B.), 267. 

Warren, 3CX). 

William C., 450. 

William S.. 450. 
Kennpton. I'Mward, 322. 

Ellen I".. V2. 
Mary (B). ^jj. 
Kernochan, Grace W., 
394- 

Grace W. Ogden, 305. 

Henry P., 395. 



Kers, Susan Boswtll, 
269. 

Waller, 269. 
Kerwich, Mamie E., 512. 
Key, Dorothy, 13. 
Kcycs, Austin 11., 407. 

Charlotte ( B.), 407. 

Donald. 407. 
Kidder. Charlotte Kent, 
409. 

Eliza, 4CX). 

Elizabeth W. llaf f, 
40<;. 

George H., 409. 

Joseph, 409. 

Kate J., 409. 

William ]•'.., 409. 
Killbmii, Olive, 224. 
Kindiali, Alice, 519. 

Deliverance (Bj, 48. 

Elijah. 48. 

I'Vedcrick H., 519. 

George, 396. 

Helena, 396. 

Henry H., 519. 

James C, 519. 

James M., 519. 

Jessie M., 519. 

L-. 535- 

Laura B.. 519. 

Lcona. 535. 

Margaret \V., 519. 

Marie B. Moore, 519. 

Sophia M., .^02. 
Kimbrick, Alfonso, 476. 

Harry W., 476. 

John, 476. 

Laura E., 476. 

Leonard A.. 476. 

Lillian E. (B.), 476. 

Ray W.. 47O. 

Walter. 476. 
King, Aaron. 455. 

Albert R., 4^5. 

Alice M. C h i 1 1 i n g- 
worth, 455. 

Alvena. 508. 

Amanda. 396. 

Ann E.. 505. 

Cora. 453. 

Frank. 455. 

Fuller P.."3-'5- 

Harriet E. Brown. 3-5- 

Harry K.. v/^. 

M a h e I B' Mathews. 

3</j- 
Mary K.. 19!. 
Mcritt A.. 455. 
Sarah A. Clemons, 455- 
Sarah Ayers, 455- 



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Waller, 455- 

Willi.ini, yjb. 

Willie, 455- 
Kingsley, J-ois, 372. 
Kinney, Arnold, 245. 

Laura M. (Bj, -'45. 

Mercy, 106. 
Kinsley, Celia A., 4JJ. 

lx)is llazen, 433. 

Nathan, 433. 
Klinifeltre, Annie, 433. 
Knaeble, Susan, 477. 
K n a p p, Amy I'liillip-;, 

Abher, 169. 
Clarence, 169. 
l-'-lizabelh Sniitli, \(^. 
Kpenelus, \()f). 
I'.zra B., 169. 
Henry, 255. 
James R., 169. 
Loretla Wiltsey, Km). 
Maria, 255. 
N a n c y Vandenburg, 

169. 
Olivia Barber, 169. 
Peter, i(x). 
Sabcrah (B.), 169. 
Sally A., i(X). 
Stephen, 169. 
Uretta, 169. 
Knerfel, Milton. 306. 
Nora Howard, 306. 
Kncveles, Mary A., 301. 
Knickerbocker, Deborah, 

146. 
K n i g h t, Charlotte T. 
Lippencott, 277. 
Cinilerclla Lippcncntt, 

278. 
Elizabeth, 276. 
Elizabeth Randall. 285. 
James, 277, 285. 
James M., 277. 
Jesse B., 526. 
John. 19, 276, 277. 27S, 

285. 
Laura S. (B.\ 5_'6. 
Lizzie Van Horn, 285. 
Lorenzo D., 278. 
Maggie I-:., 5-'8. 
Mary A.. 277. 
Mary Davis. 276, 278. 
Minnie ^L, 526. 
Rolland, 526. 
Knoclie, Anna. 4f)0. 
Knorr. Carolim-. \(*'). 
Knowlcs, Adolpluis C, 
354- 
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Index. 

Knowlcs, Ami E. Clark, 
354- 

Beulah A., 354. 

Deborah, 24. 

I'oster S., 354. 

Harriet, 354. 

Kenneth H., 354. 

Margret Anthony, 3S4- 

Rhoda, 385. 

Ruth \\., 354. 

Sarah A., 385. 

William, 385. 

William H., 354. 
Knowhon, Joanna, 385. 
Knox, Charles M., 191. 

John, 270. 

Lucinda ]•". (B.), 270. 

Mary E. Briggs. 191. 
Kohles. Helen Watson, 

4<jO. 
Kowalskey, Henry, 298. 

Julia, 298. 
Kyle, Amanda C, 277. 
Ivysor, Charles, 370. 

Lois C, 370. 

Polly, 370. 
Lackey, VaUc V., 527. 

I^lizabelh, 527. 

Nancy, 271. 

Richard, 527. 
Ladil, Clara B. Brandan, 
500. 

Fred, 500. 
Lad rick, Jacob. 536. 

Laura J. (B.).'536. 
La Fayette. George, 2or. 

Jerusha G. (B.), 201. 
La Forge, Abiel, 420. 

Lily, 420. 

Margaret Gilchell, 420. 
Laid. Eliza, 522. 
Lamb, Joseph A., 378. 

^L-lry E. (B.), 3/8. 
L a n d o n. Cynthia E. 
(B.). 248. 

Delia White. 24S. 

Edwin, 248. 
J. M.. 248. 
Landphcar, ^^ary, 102. 
Landphcare. Champlin, 

94- 
Landpher, Nathan. 84. 
Landphere, Amy, 446. 

Asa. 470. 

Charles F... .^85. 

Dorcas (B.). 90. 

Elisha. 84. 44^v 

l':iizabeth Poller, 84. 

luuily, 446. 

Emma Brown, 278. 



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Landiihere, Esther, 287. 

Eunice (.B.^ 51. 

(jeorge, 90. 

Guy K., 385. 

H. B., 278. 

Hannah Poller, 373. 

Harriet A., ;i'Ji. 

Henry. 3S5. 

Joseph, 94. 

Joshua, 94. 

Julia, 173. 

Lettie, 278. 

Lytlia, 446. 

-M.-»y J. (]'..), 315. 

Mdiie J.. 2>>^s. 

Olive l-rcnch, 385. 

Polly, 95. 

Prentice, 95. 

Jvibecca, 95. 

Rebecca (Ji.), 94. 

Ruth, 470. 

Samuel. 37V 

Sarah E. (B.), 385. 

Stejihen, 94. 
Lane, James, 412. 

Mary, 391. 

Mary L. (B.), 412. 
Lang. Emily Green, 518. 

Enuua, 449. 

Elizabeth C. (B.), 518. 

I'rancis G.. 518. 

Gertrude \l., 518. 

Horatio L., 518. 

John. 518. 
Langworthy, Ada. 238. 

Allana. 108. 192. 

Altana (B.), 11 1. 

Allana >L, 340. 

Amos. 82. 

Amy Lewis. 192. 

Angel inc. 289. 

Ann L. Karr, 505. 

Anna, 57, 82, 104, 108. 

Anne CB.), 108. 

Anne L., 506. 

Arlonc, 287. 

Asa, III. 

Asa A.. 192. 

Belle C. 504. 

lU'njamin. 44, 82. 

Benj. F.. 192, 342, 506. 

Bertha. 507. 

Caroline. T,y2. 

Catherine V.. Day, 507. 

Charles D,, 192. 

Clara. 302. 

Clarence E.. 340. 

Content. 108. 192. 

Content San ford, 82, 
108. 



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503- 
D.itiicl li., 507- 
Dcaii, 506. 
I^U-aiior Kciiyun, 82. 
Klias, 289. 
Eliza A., 3-10. 
Eliza Irish, 34-'. 
Kliza Lewis, 339- 
Klizabcili, 111. 
I^lizabtlh Carr, 19-'. 
Ella 1., 500. 
Kincliiic, 340. 
lunina, 2jO. 
Eunice Stillinan, 19J. 
El. .yd 1'.., 50<'>. 
I-'raiik A., 506. 
Erank O.. 506. 
(leorge, 2Sy. 
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}!.. 37-'- 

llaiinali Keiiyoii, 8_'. 
Harriet A., 340. 
Helen O., 500. 
Henry, 238. 
Henry W., 507- 
Horace, 340. 
Howard S., 506. 
Isaac M., 340. 
Isaac P., I9-- 
Jacob, 372. 
James 15.. 19-'. 
Jane MclMieisnn, 340. 
Jemima L.. 4O8. 
John, 71, 8j, hi. 192, 

342, 468. 
John A., 339- 
Jolin B., 82. 
John F., 506. 
Joseph, 226. 
Josepliiiie H u r d i c k, 

372. 
Julia E.. 505. 
Leslie 1*., .^o. 
Lily, 507. 
Lois C. (W), 37-^ 
Lovina Riclmidnd. 4'')8. 
■ Louisa, 3(K). 

Louise I'alersnn. 340. 
Lucretia M., 340. 
Lydia, 309. 
Margnnt, 372. 
Marpiuritc, 506. 
Martlia T.. 37-2. 
Martha >Iills, 289. 
Martha Stilhnan. 192. 
Mary A. Lewis, 5o<'). 
Mary E., 506. 
Mary Utter. 330. 
Maud Bronson, 504. 



Index. 

Langworthy, Mercy, 108. 
Mercy Saunders, 117- 
Nathan 11., 192. 
01 ni L., 5o.|. 
Oliver, 108. 
I'atK-nce 1' c c k h a m 

Bentlcy, 82. 
PerMS Colt(jn, 226. 
Phihc rhur>lon, ill. 
Kalpli, 340. 
Kusina Pope, ^{72. 
Ruth C!raii«l:iil, ill. 
Kuih K., 50(). 
Kuth S. Place, 340. 
Sail y Pendleton, 71, 

192. 
Samuel, 1 17. 
Sand ford, 82, 108. 
Sarah A., 192. 
Sarah A. Marvel. 340. 
Sarah (B.), 44- 
Sarah l-"., 3,Vl 
Sarah P. CoMke, 504. 
Sarah Pendleton, 342. 
Sarah Williams, 192. 
Susan Saunders, 192, 

340. 
Susie M., 340. 
Tacy, 117. 
Thomas, 82, i(hS. 
Wiili.ini I., 506. 
William N., 507. 
William P., .340. ,^72. 
l.apham, Abbie Austin, 

261. 
Elizabeth, 261. 
Enos, 261. 
Guv S., 311. 
Wiimilred E. (.B.), 

311- 
Laraway. Caroline, 292. 
Larkin, David, 145. 

Hannah (B.), 8. 

Roper. 8. 

Sally Hazard. 145. 
Larri-on. Mary. 102. 

Mary l.andi.hear, 102. 

Thomas. 102. 
Latham. Pru<Ience. 346. 

Tentie, 384. 
Lalhrrij). benjamin R., 
482. 

Caroline C, 444. 

lulith. 31)6. 

I'.liznbeth. 302. 

l-lizabtth S. (B."), 218. 

Emily. =;o8. 

Lucv y\.. 3v8. 

M. C. 218. 

Mary R. (B.). 4S2. 



Lalhrop, Norman, 444. 

Sarah C<jmstock, 444. 
Laurens, Lojs, 75. 
Law, Ilatlic, 178. 
Law.son, Myra, 178. 
l.awton, l-".lizal'etli, 546. 

Elizabeth Hazard, 8, 

545- 

George, 8, 545, 546. 

l>abel, 546. 

John, S4O. 

Mary, 8, 3O, 546. 

Mary Bnomer, S46. 

Mary W'odell, 546. 

Mercy. 546. 

Naomi Hunt, 546. 

Robert, 54^1. 

Rutli, 546. 

.Susanna, 546. 
Lay, Mary, 40. 
Layton, Lucy, 57. 
Leach, Agnes, 339. 

1). E., 339- 

Levanthia, 339. 
Lee, Angel, 293. 

Benjamin 1'., 294. 
. Caroline, 294. 

Eunice, 293- 

Lucy, 293. 

Lydia, 79. 

Mary, 212. 

Miimie M. Goodsell, 

Leeds, Abby E. (B.), 
216. 

Jedediah, 2l6. 

Paul B., 216. 

Sarali Avery, 216. 
Leedings, ]\Iaric, 275. 
Lehrc, Ann Miller, 71. 

Mary Ann, 71. 

William. 71. 
Leonard, Betsy, 202. 
Loter, Elizabeth Bud- 
long, 496. 

Fred. 497. 

Fred W.. 497. 

Jerome B., 497. 
Leverich, Charles E.. 
393- 

Geoige B., 393- 

George D., 3()3. 

Julia Drysdale. 393- 

Louise l*".. 393. 

Mary. 393. 

Mary A. (B). .W3- 
Levering. Deborah, 323. 
Lewis. A. TL, 506. 

.•\bbie. 69. 

Abby A., 193. 



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Lewis, Abel G., 118. Lewis. Mary K. (.n.).4S.4. Lippcncott, Henry, 278. 

Ada, 331. ^L^ry T. (H.), 253. llL-rbcrt, 462. 

Alice M. Bacon, 4-3- iMorton, 135. Indiana, 278. 

Anicy Clark, ii9- Nancy, 60. Jackson. 278. 

Amy, 119, 192. Natlian K., 3CX). Jacob, 280. 

Amy (B.), 138. Nathaniel. 60. Jcnnina. 280. 

AiiKiista Johnson, 50G. I'.irdon, 2^)5. Jc-sio M., 277. 

Bchnda (Uj, lOi. P lie be E. Gardner, J<jhn, 280, 4O2. ^ 

Bcna/ah. 138. 45i- J^''" ^^■. 2/9- 

Bcriali, 3?i. Ph.elte, 499- Joscj)hnic, 4^)2. 

Herllia .\L Lowell, 531. I'olly, 1(^9. Laverna. 277. 

Bill, 161. Roxey, 2^4. Lemon, 278. 

C, 439. S. Marie Brown, 288. Lnlu V.. 462. 

Caleb, 480. Samnel, 12. Lydia, 2S0. 

Carrie Kenvon, ,\<)<). Sarah. 339. Maria, 278, 280. 

Cecilia JC. 491. Sarah A.. 265. .NLartha (B.), 157. "S^- 

Charles II., 4.'3. Sarah (B.),8. Martha Davis, 278. 

Charles W.. 531. Sarah C, 19-'- Mary A., 157. 

Clarissa, 480. Sarah 1\, 3.=;.V Nancy .\. (B.), 280. 

Content Langworlliy, Susan A. llishoii. 355. Nancy ]•".., 4O2. 

193. Susan Peckham, 2O5. Orfali L., 278. 

Daniel, 8, 119, 19?. -'J^8, Thomas, 69. Perry B., 462. 

339. WelliuRton L., 355. Priscilla (B.). 278. 

Delia Graves, 427. William, 451. 491. Rebecca Davis. 278. 

Denison. 355. Lightfoof, Elizabeth Rebecca Sly. 462. 

E. R., 484. Pomcroy, 401. Rt^binson, 278. 

Edwin R., 2^3, 484. Janus T., 401. Sanuiel. 157, 277, 278, 

Elias. 208. Lillibridgc, AIniira (B.), 281,282. 

Elisha, 8. 264. Simeon. 277. 

Eliza. 339. Amy I').. 264. Susan M., 280, 282. 

Elijah, 115. Warren, 2A4. William, 157. 

Elizabeth" '(B."). 8. LilMk-ld. Anna R. (B.), Lippitt, Anne. 70. 

Elizabeth A. (B.). .i8o. 264. Cornelia. 402. 

Elizabeth Browning, William. 264. Lisbec. Elizabeth (B.). 

208. Lindscy, Eanny E. Rog- 232. 

Eli/abclh Fi>h. 4or. crs, 359. George B., 232. 

Ella B. Saunders, t,ss. I'redcrick. 359. Mary E., 411. 

Eugenia L., 300. Martha E.. 359. Littell, Abigail. 155. 

George ]L, 331. Liiipcncolt. Amy, 157. Livcrmore, Edmund, 

Hannah, 102. 122. Amy Maxson. 157. 278. 162. 

Harriet. 451. 280. Hcpsey. 400. 

LLarrict L.. 480. Charity G.. 277. Tacy Pitch. 1G2. 

Henrietta L.. 484. Charlotte T.. 277. 281. Livingston. Elizabeth 

Horace G., 499. Cinderella. 278. Austin. 305. 

James, 8. 124. Clara L.. 277. John. 158, 305. 

Jane (B.), 8. Claud. 462. Martha A.. 305. 

Johana Wade. 480. Curtis. 277. Lloyd. Harriet Thomas. 

John, 8. Cynthia. 278. 445. 

Levcrrier. 355. Darwin C. 277. Lcttie E.. 445. 

Lois. 20S. P)osia. 276. William. 445. 

Louisa Langworthy, I'.liza. 282. Loan. Mary A.. 3^^- 

300. ' ]-:iizabcth M. (B.), Locke, l-'lorcnce J., 395- 

Louise A. Bnnvn. 4S4. 277. James, .^^o. 

^rartha (B.V 118. 124. Emily (B.) Hunt, 279. ^L^ry. ^ik>. 

^[arlha P., 88. l^phraim, 270. Lncan. Albert F.. 307. 

Mary. 384. 4(». Eveline Van Horn. Charles "SI.. ,307. 

^[ary A., 50^1. 277. Fanny L. Crane. 307. 

Mary A. (B.). 135, Flossie. 4^12. Libbie. 257. 

331. Hann.ah ^LaK•;nn. 277. Longslrcet, Laura (B.^, 

Mary E., 498. 280, 281, 282. 209. 



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Loodcll, Jolm M., 27 i. 

Luciixla, 273. 

Sally WariKT. -7.^ 
Loofl)»)ro, A 111 a ran il a, 
284. 

Bcrciicr, -'S-l- 

DwiKlit, -'f^J; 
Kupiircma Sayrr, J.^^. 
Jacoh, 157- 
Jolm, i'S4 
Mary Daviv. 157. 
Matikla, -'7^^. 
RclKC-ca, 157 
Susan lM>r>yllic, JS4. 
Loomis, A 111 a 11 il a M. 

(B.), 3'9- 

Charles, 3 jo. 

Charles K., 3-»- 

Clara V., 320. 

Delia A. Chappcll, 319. 

Diaiilhc (B). 141- 

l-aigcnc S., 3i<). 

Kale iM. Sli'irlwcll, 
320. 

Mabel, 3I0. 

Marctta, 256. 

Saimiol, 319. 
Lord. Desire (B.), -'13- 

Hannah, 24. 

Saimicl, 213. 

Sarah, 133. 

Sherhurne, 213. 
Loscv, Arthur, 30S. 

Ella A. (B.). 308. 
Lovciov, Andrew, 190. 

CarlH.. 431 • 

Emma S. (B."), 434- 

Harriet S. Palme r, 
190. 

John W., 190. 

Josej)hine, 434. 

Le%vi> H.. 434. 

Mary R. Shcldi)ii. 434- 

Thomas L., 434. 
, Lowell. Bertha M.. 53 1- 

Carlos R, 531. 

Carlos G.. 531. 

Daniel, 531. 535. 

Dorothv. ^?;. 

Edward V.. 535. 

Grace. 53;. 

Harriet V. ( R.). ■:,},\. 

Harrietfe. 531. 

Julian. 531- 

I^vina Butt>;. 531. 

T,eona Kinil).'.ll. 535. 

Louisa Baldwin, 531. 

Philomela, 535. 

Ruth A., 531. 



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I... well, William D., 531. 
Lowrey, John, 222. 

Mary, ^22. 

Mary S. IV-ek, 222. 
I.iu.is, 15ertha !•'., 312. 

i-ranees C. (B.), 312. 

I-iliie M., 312. 

Piuhc Searriot, 312. 

Wilii.im. 312. 

Wilson \V., 312. 
l.uce, ]]dj,'.ir P., 404. 

Ida ]■:. ( 1'..), 404. 

Myron il., 531. 

Ruth A. Lowell, 531. 

Sarah ]•".., 4()4. 
Liiceke, Jlannah, 527. 
Ludeman, Arthur, 40. 

Fred J., 49^). 

John H., 4r/'). 

May K. (B.), 4./.. 
Luiij^, Lucy, 422. 
Luther. Laura. 38S. 

Wiliiain. 388. 
l.uthers, J()sc|>IiiiH'. 3^k8. 
Lut7., Anna. 411. 
Lyman. Carlton M., ^^^t,. 

Cornelius M,, :i}T). 

I'.li/ahelh, S?,Ci. 

I'.iiima C, 333. 

Harriet, 40S. 

Helen L. Wa'-liburn. 

Jane V.ui \'aler. 2)ii- 
Marietta B. (B.), 333- 
Mary J., 333. 
Mary V. Lyons, 333. 
Nathan. 333. 
William K.. 333. 
Lyndc. Catherine C. 259. 
Charles. 258. 259. 
Cynthia Tlionii)son, 

259- 
Eli/a Warren. 258. 
Mary (B.). 258. 
M a r y K. Blanchard, 

91. 

T.: 258. 

William P.. 91. 
Lyon. Mary. 475. 

Matilda. 291. 
Lvons. Mary V., 333. 
M.ihin-tt. .Xkiics M.. 380. 

Catherine. 3?S. 514. 

Joseph. 38<i. 
Maekay. Louis. 130. 
Macomher, Ahiel. 258. 

ni.inna. 702. 

H.irriet l\iton. 258. 

Tohn. 12. 

Lydia, 258. 



Macomher, Mary (IV), 
12. 

Villa, 148. 
Macy, l.uey, 174. 
M.idden, Cliarle^, 526. 

Kninia J. S i in p s o n, 
5-'6. 
M.iKee, Birdell.i, 453. 

I'jnma, 4:,3. 

Katherine, 453. 

Solomon, 453. 
MaRhec, Annie V... 232. 
Mahan, David, 3K8. 

Mary Middletoii, 388. 

Nellie V., 388. 
Main, /\. Hamilton, 173. 

Ahijjail lirown, 100. 

Amos, 100. 

Betsey, 100. 

Content, 522. 

Content Lang worthy, 
10,8. 

ICinnia L. Cottrell, 172. 

Jeremiah, 108. 

Mary Cottrell, 172. 
Maine, I'luniee, 317. 

Frances Bur<Iiek, 85. 

Grace D. Jiell. 447. 

Hannah E., 447. 

John, 447. 

Julia E. (B.), 265. 

Lucy, 372. 

Lyman, 85. 

Reuben. 85. 

Sarah Burdick, 85. 

Saxlon, 125. 

Sophronia Stanton, 
125. 

T. E., 2r,5. 
Major, Juliette, 173. 
Maicom, Margaret, 2</). 
MaIIr)v, Blanche O. 
(B.), 374. 

John. 374. 
M.ib.ry. Lottie C, 462. 
Mallbic, I'bcnezer, 259. 

Emily M.. 259. 

M^ary A. Davis. 259. 
Maltby. Ezra. 469. 

Lauraett. 460. 

Lorain Hntchki'^s. ^G). 
^^aneval. Marv. 4^2. 
.\[ann. Adelia'NT.. 381. 

.•\delinc Morrison, 381. 

David, 38 1. 

Helen A., 423. 

Jane. 423. 

Jason. 174. 

Joseph. T74. 

Lura (B.), 174. 



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Mann William, 423. Matlnws. Kdith L., yA Maxson, Ephraini, 157. 

ManncriiiK. Mary. 133- Jiili/aUiIi S. (Uj, i'lS. Ksilici H. (B), 212. 

Susan, 253. I'lura E. Swain, 395. J.tlic-!, 471. 

Mansfuld/Sarali, 33- Gi-rliude M. Sinylc- ]-:uscl)ia, 4()8. 

Manvilk-, Marllia, 3ti3- I'-n, 396. Frances A., 382. ^ 

Mapcs. lit iiry, 1(14. Ciiacc !•:., 395. (.eorKC 95. 

John, 164. Jesse J... yp. (.eorne K., 170. 

Nancy (15.), 164. John. >•!«. (jcriil S.. 282. 

Solomon, K)4. J'-lm 1- . 3'A (.ill..rt. 471. 

Wellcome, 1O4. John W., 219. Hannah, K3, 277, 280, 

Maraw, 7a •"^'•''^^■1 ^5-. 3'A -«'• "^-- ,,. , , 

Marhle. Cliailes B., 4^7- Mariha A., 219. llamiah A. (».). 20q. 

(uor^ia C. lirockwav Mary E., yid. Hannah Potter, 84. 

^87. Nancy J-:alon, 218. Henrietta L. Lewis, 484. 

Marchaiit, Henry, 81. Sally, 247, 248. }lenry M.. 4<'^- 

Markham, Sally A.. 288. Sanuiol S., 218, y/>. Horace, 484. 

Marquis, Charles !•"., 492. Sherhnrne, 396. Jacob D.. 281. 

Nettie Hurt!. 402. William H., y/). Janus, 93. 

Marsh. Horace, ^yK William S. ii., 395- J^'^^*". >.v8. 

Louisa, 529. MatterM.n, Cihla, .t,^,^. John, 30, 49. 88, 95. 

Myia !•".. \\o. Lois A., 446. Jonathan, 15, .'•,40. 

Marshall, Hallie (P..), Manran, Charles J., 185. Joseph. 31- 84. 95. 

20? Olivia iJicknell, 183. Liz/.ic M. (H.), 471- 

Sarah. 427. Wait, 183. LoisM. (H.), 381. 

Marlher, Hezekiah. 40. M a x s o n, .Adassa F. Louisa rdton, 471. 

Martin, Catherine E., (IL), 282. Lucinda. 1^)5. 

336, 502. Addie, 282. Lucy, 97. SOQ- 

Ehza P. (B.), 217. Albert S.. 381- Lucy A.. 171. 

Klmcr B.. 42(). Amelia, 420. Lucy M.. 3^-. 507- 

Hetty A. (B.), 429. Amos, 84. Lucy Stillinan, 282, 

Kate H. (B.), 387. Amy. IS7, V^' 280. Luke, 314. 

Kate L Dixon. 429. Ann. 30. Lydia, 158. 278, 280, 

Marion I-:., 429. Ann E. (B.). 314. 281, 479- 

Robert B., 217. Anna. 75- Lydia (B.), 51, 170. 

Sanuiel B., 429. Anna Bimd, 28r. Lydia Potter, 84. 

Walter, 429. Anna Lanti:worthv, ^2. M. E. Paul, 382. 

William H., 387. Asa L., 398. Mabel, 3S1. 

Wilton W., 429. Benjamin. 382. Maria l-lldrcdge. 336. 

Marvel, Sarah A., 340. Bethiah, 84. Martha P. Lewis, 88. 

Marvin, Arthur, 336. Calvin, 333- ^^^^Y Holcomb, 381. 

Charles. 21)9. Carlton, 471. Mary K., 168. 

Charles ^L. 172. Caroline, 382. Mary Kenyon, 168. 

Frances A. Cottreli, Caroline 1). (B.), 397. Moshure, 95. 

172. Charity. 137. Nancy, 214. 

Fronie IL, 299. Charles IL. 383. Nathan, 93. 

Sarah (B.). 33^1. Charlotte V.., 507. Norman, 282. 

^^^son, Adeline C.ates, Chloe. 287. Paul. 165. 

360. Content. 13. 84. Pelcg. 314. 

Afzina, 207. Content Rogers, 13. Pcrmilla. 279. 

Isaac, 3()0. Corydon L.. 471. Perry. 82. 536. 

John. 41. Daniel. 212. 471. Polly. 237. 333. 

Josiah. 207. David. irv8. Rachel, 281. 

Julia. 360. Dollie (B.L 3^^i. Rolland B., 47i- 

M. P., 402. Dorothv. 30. Russel. 260. 

Meria (B.). 402. Elizabeth. 30. 2S2. Ruth. 88. 93. 97- 

^Tatl^cws. Albert P., 306. Eliz.ibcth Davis. 137. Ruth Roj^'ers, 97. 

Anna 1'.. y)6. Ivlizabelh Langworthy, Samuel. 97. 

Anna E. Wright, 396. iii. Sarah C. 4^3- 

Aima L., 106. Elylic L. (]\.). =;^7- Sarah Rogers, 307. 

Editli C, 396. Emogone (B.), 383. Sarah Sutton, 158. 



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Maxson, Simoon, 95. MiCiisli, Sarah, j'/j. McGregor, J"l>n, 2^7. 

Stcplicn, 382. .Mi.( iiltliroii, Jam-, J</i. Lena, 4S5. 

Susanna, 223. .MiDanicI^, l-'jinly, 171. Mary (1^). 248. 

Siisaniiali, 95. Mi. Dirnumi, Kato, 514. .Wiiie J^. liull, 249. 

SuJton, 2S1. McDonald, S a r a ii E., McCiuin-, Alice l-'ish, 

Sylvanus, 84, in, 3^'- 354- 510. 

'J'acy, 97. Mchourll, James, 34. Mary J. McCulIougli, 

'J'acy Rogers, 30. Joanna, 34. 510. 

'I'honias, 95. I.ucy Stanton. 34. Sanunl A., 510. 

Torroy, 84. Mcl'lmy, Harnar<l. 249. Sanitui K., 510. 

Vienna, 281. Catherine, 24<>. McHenry, iJndiey, 2!i. 

William, 95. 507. Janus, 240. ' • ' Rue G., 211. 

Maxwell, J', nini a Gray, Lucy, j.\<). Mclnlire, liarri<l, 232. 

320. Marconali. 241). Mcintosh, i'".il,i hlhhiie, 

John, 320. Mary ( Hj, 249. 3(>8. 

I.ucy, 320. William, 2i<). William. -?68. 

May, Desire E. (B.), Mcliiwec. William JI., Mclntre, I'liila. 528. 

147- -'40. Mclntyre. Delilah, 161. 

I'sther Millie, 467. Daniel, 2o<). McKee, hlora, 493. 

J. S., 147. McGhee, Mary, 250. McKinky, Lucy, 274. 

John, 4O7. McGic. Allen, 401. McKinney, CharlolLe, 

Mary, 467. Pauline 15. (IL), 491. 442. 

McBridc, Almira I'ar- McGill. John W., 276. Ivdwin. 442. 

son<;, 430. Rachel, 276. I'lliza Niven, 441. 

Cyrus, 430. Rachel J^razier. 276. Marcia J'hilli])s. 442. 

Grace J., 430. McGiimis, Caroline A., William A.. 442. 

John, 430. 393. McLalTeriy. Llizahcth 

Laura (IL), 430. McGlallin, A 1 ni i r a 11. , (13.), 50. 

Nettie, 430. 484. Henry, 5V). 

McHuniey, Jemima. 276. McGrann, Agnes, 368. McLellan, Maggie L., 

McCart, Edward, 2<jo. Arloinc, 3'')8. 367. 

Malinda, 290. Charles, .368. ^fcMaster, Mary, 247. 

McCarthy, Charles. 200. i:ilen, .368. McMurrv. C. C, 240. 

Juuily (IL), 200. luhel ^L, 368. - Laura 'Taylor, 240. 

llattie L Sunnier. 48*). l-'iorence, .368. McNeil, Amanda, 356. 

T. W., 489. Florence A., .^68. Janette, 233. 

McChesney, Louisa, 297. George T., j^()S. McNitt, EIi;:n, 234. 

Maggie, 403. Jane E., 368. Noah, 234. 

McClary, Nancy Davis, Jojm A.. 368. McWhorten, Margaret, 

157- John K., 368. 521. 

McClcan, Althea, 473. Joseph, 368. ^TcWilliams, Catherine 

McClellaii, ALiry, 100. Laura Rossmunson, T., 446. 

McClesey, Lizzie, 5.^0. 368. M c a c h a m, Lucinda 

McClur, Abigail C. Lenore, 368. Church. 184. 

(B.). 255. Mary E., 368. Mead. Emilv C. Good- 
John, 255. Nancv J. (B), 3(1?,. rich. 525. 
McClure, Jane, 157. Pre«^tr.n, 3('k8. Meade. Annie A. (B.), 

Mary, 156. William, ,168. ^C)C). 

McConnell, Delia. .^"^7. William R.. 3^18. George. 460. 

McCormick. Aiuia Clay- >rc(iregor. Alice, 249. Meader. luigene A., 448. 

ton, 277. Catherine. 247. Julia NL Norlham, 

Elizabeth, 277. Daniel. 248. 44S. 

^^a^y Crandall, 23^^. Deborah Hoxie. 247. Laura. 44S, 

Matthew. 236. EfTic. 240. Richard I).. 448. 

Valentine, 277. I'.li^ha. 248. . Mecch. ElKn S.. 412. 

McCoy. C;ertrude. 514. l-.li-^ha E.. 249. Mendell. Matilda, 428. 

Holmes. 514 Fmeline. 2.J9- " Mendenhall. Abner, .^03- 

McCullough, Mary J.. I'.liza. 247. .-Xrliniesia M. (13.), 

510. Gertrude. 240. 303. 

McCurdy, Sarah E., 440. James, 249. Ellis A., 303. 



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Mcndcnhall. ICIiiiira, 303. 

Hiildah i'ipcr, 303. 

l.cc C, 3^^3- 

Martha Mauvill, 303. 

Matlic A., 30i. 
Mcrrct, Austin, ja-'. 
Merrick, Klizabcih, 155. 

Jiuiiicc 1-. (15.,>, -M7- 

Horan- \V., 217. 

Josephine, 4(10. 
Merrill, Abigail Hill. 

Anna A.. 505. 
Betsey, 234. 
Caroline Dcanc. ^J^h^. 
E. A. l-'oster, A'jj. 
El'sahctli, 12S. 
Elizahelh K., 49.'. 
George. 4J^S. 
Helen B. (B.). ^SS. 
Henry A., 342. 
John H., 341. 
John J., 505- 
Mary A., 3'/i. 
Mary L. I'lirclick. 505. 
Mary M., 505. 
Samuel, 492. 
Samuel W.. 488. 
Merriinan, Benjamin. 
376. 
Benjamin C, 376. 
Mary A. (B.), 376. 
Morris, 376. 
Mcrrilt, Eliza, iSa). 

Susan, iSy. 
Messenger, J(jsep!iine 
Smith, 490. 
Lester II., 490. 
Renihold. 400. 
Theresa Cook. 490. 
Metz, Rosanna. 4(XD. 
Metzgar, Adeline. 47('). 
John, 476. 
Mary l^erkins. 47^. 
Meyn, Alfred T.. 505. 

Camilla (B.). 505. 
Michaels, Mnrg.iret. 433. 
Middlcton, Mary. 3W. 
Mil kin, h^red C, 305. 

S. Evelyn Cluney. 305. 
Millard, Lura, 384. 386. 
Miller, Abby C, 214. 
Adrian. 322. 
Allen. 416. 
Ann, 71. 

Ann A. Sibley. 174. 
Anna E., 242. 
Annie, 17V 
Avilda (B.), 416. 
Charles, 174, 192. 



Miller, Chriblinc. 174 

lilisabeth, 24^. 

Eliza (B.), 255. 

J'.lla !•". Kermpion, 2-~- 

Cleorge, 192. 

Hann.di, 140. 

Huldah (B.), 2S9. 

Jacob 1., 192. 

Joseph, 1(13. 

Lodeina (B.) Barney, 
163. 

Martha (B.), 192. 

Nettie, 432. 

Rebecca, 3S8. 
. Rhoda, 4'.>o. 

Sarah R.. 487. 

Simon, 174. 

Stephen, 255. 

William, 2S<j. 
Mi 1 I i c 1) a 111 p, Caiher- 
ine, 339. 

Catherine IC, 339. 

Josei)Ii, 3V)- 

Julia A. (B.), 339. 

r.ucy \V.. 339. 

Stephen W., 339. 
Millie, ]£sther, 467. 
.Millikcn. Eliza. 34^. 
-Mills. Albert R.,"455. 

Catherine A.. 341. 

Charlotla, 295. 

Frederick, 341. 

Martha. 28*). 

Susan Grant, 341. 
Miner, Anna, 179. 

Christopher, 40. 

Daniel, 179. 

Emelinc, 510. 

Eunice, $7, 146. 

Gabrilla, 298. 

Henry W., 310. 

Mary, 8^, 23;. 

Mary E. (B.). 310. 

Mary Lay. 40. 

Maud. 4^o. 

Phebc. ^7- 

Samuel A., 310. 

Sandfnrd, 450. 
Ming'5. Cornelia S.. 243. 

Elizabeth. 243. 

Joseph. 243. 
Minor, Eplirain, 542. 

^rary, 38. 
Mitchell. Alfred. 2^.4. 

Anna R. (B,L 204. 

Hat tic, 300. 

Henrv C.. 2^11. 

Nellie R. (B.). 26}. 
M o n c k. Margaret 
Chandler, 41. 



Montiy, Flora D., 33O. 
Monfrct, Sally. 401. 
MiJiikbouse, Harriet L., 

M a r y Dc Castaing, 
521. 

Richard, 521. 
Monroe, John. 412. 

Mariettc I'rie^t, 412. 

Polly, 137. 

Rose, 412. 

Susan, 328. 

Verona, 229. 
Montgomery, Elizal)eth, 

524- 

James, 524. 

Mabel E.. 524. 
Monyi>eny. lUuiiiuii, 525. 

George IV, S-^- 

Margaret C. (B.), 5-'5. 

William M., 5-'5- 
Moodic, Elizabeth. 378. 
Mooney, Susan M., 4<'i9. 
Moore, Abby E. Tru- 
man, 167. 

Anna (B.), 461. 

Betsey, 157. 

Fanny, 245. 

Hannah, 429. 

Harriet (B.), 254. 

Henry. 254. 

James C, 461. 

James D.. 389. 

Jean Campbell, 276, 
461. 

Lavinda Fitch, 162. 

Lucy (B.), 379. 

Luther, 379. 

Margaret, 276. 

Maria E. (B.). 3^- 

Marie (B.), 519. 

Mercy. 2f<o. 

Svlvanus. 162. 

William. 276, 461. 

William N.. i('>7- 

Willis L.. 379- 
Moon. Asa, 4V 

Deborah (B.). 43. 

I'^aac, 43. 
^f^ot•^. Nancv .^.. 270. 
Morcliou'^e) David, 180. 

Jane, 189. 

Jane Belding. 189. 
Morey. Sii<an. 402. 
Morgan. Amy, 1^14. 

Annie (B.), 242. 

B. E.. 242. 

Daniel. 200. 

David TT.. 1;;. 
Elijah W., 155. 



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Morgan, Kli^Ii.i, 15^, 155. Moulton, Asa, 2-2. Murphy, Emclinc, 421. 

Jilizabclh Merrick, IJctsy Saiiluirii, 309. Ifarrict I*., yi^. 

155- CIiarl(jlla, ,?j.v Joliii H., 479. 

Frances (B.), -'oy. J-.tliih M., ^7.). Julia A., 314. 

Julia, 4f>S. I'.dmund, 253. Mary li., 314. 

J.ucy C., 273. lisllicr, 463. Mary Landplicrc, 314. 

l.ucy St(nve, 155. Gcort,'c M., 478. Miiniie Grant, 314. 

Maliala, 181. Jane M. (lij. 3f><;. Oscar F., 481. 

Maria, 254. Joseph T., 3fvj. I'deK B., 314. 

Martha, i(>4. Julia, 442. Sojihia Savage, 314. 

I'olly (J^), 154. 155- Manila S. (15.), 253. William P.. 314. 

S. S., 242. Miriam, 322. Murray, Cecil IX, 520. 

William, iSi. Rodman, 253. Delia \)., 182. 

Moris, Richard, i. Submit (B.). 322. J'amiy M. B., 520. 

Morlcy, Annie, 380. Mount, VAv.w V., /k;. Cilady V., 471. 

Morning, riiche T. (!!.), Lydia V. (B.), ifK,. Henry A., 520. 

15-- Mourv, l.eonard, 170. James jj., 182. 

W. JI., 152. Sarah M. (B.), 170. John B., 471. 

Morris, Demsa (B.), Moycr, ^fary Mancval, Lovila, 458, 

284. 462, iVIarnaret Homes, 457. 

Fannie, 500. Peter, 462. Mav B. (Bj, 471. 

Helen li., 306. Phobc A., 462. Nancy, 182. 

Henry K., 284. Moyle, Mary K. Murphy, Peter, 471. 

James, 284. 314. ' ' Polly (B.). 182. 

Jane, 279, 280. Samuel, 314. Thomas, 457. 

John, 284. Mulkins, Aiiig.ail, 49. Virginia, 520. 

Josepliine Crandall, Henry. 49. Mnrry, Helen C, 479. 

23^'- Mullelt. ICmma L.. 284. Musgraye, Alice. 449. 

Julia Collier, 306. Mungar, ]<:sther Moul- Catherine, 449. 

Lewis, 306. ton, 463. Thomas, 449. 

Louisa, 2S4. Lorinda, 463. Muthcrshough, Byron 

Morrison. Hannah. 467. Whitman, 4f)0. A., 508. 

Jane (B.), 226. Munger. Asa, 480. Dayid'lL, 508. 

Sally, 22<). Emelinc. 437. Jacob M., 508. 

Morse, Sarah, 2()(). George D.. 480. Mary D., =;oS. 

Susan, 410. Harriet L. Lewis, 480. .\rary J., 508. 

M o r t i m e r. Elizabeth Jane Keller. 480. Nora D. Norton, 508. 

Scott, 378. Kate, 437. Mvcrs, Amaryllis, 486. 

Emma. 378. S. Lewi-;. 437. Eber. 368. 

Samuel. 378. Mumi. Adclia J.. 2^4. George, 467. 

Moses, Joshua. lo.v Adelia J. (B.). 234. Lula ^L (]',.), 368. 

Thankful, 105. Henry, 234. \ Matilda, 534. 

Timothy, 105. Mun^^on. Amoy F.. 408. Nettie Saunders, 467. 

Zcruiali. 105. Edward. 408. Nash. Dayid, 426. 

Moss, Marie. 474. G.. 408. Elizabeth. 426. 

Mossman. Andrew. 526. Harriet T... 408. TLannah Payn, 426. 

Minnie M. Knight, Harriet Lvman. 408. Harriet, 259. 

526. Paul. 408." Harriet E. Chichester, 

Moshcr. Ann l-:.. 2t,-j. Robert. 408. 513. 

Daniel. 237. Samuel. 408. WHliam, 513. 

Daniel P., 238. Samuel T... 408. Need, Mary, 402. 

Florence A. Cottrell, Su^an B. Hopkins, Neel. Laura Catlin, :},},2. 

f73- 408. Robert, ■\t,2. 

George. 417. Murphy. Ann E. Chap- NefT, Mary' A.. ^27. 

John M., 238. man. 481. Negus, Helen. 3^7. 

John P., T73. Ann M.. 314. Nelson, Altana (B.), 

Martha C. Burdick. Arthur G.. 479. 190. 

23R. Edith M. Moul ton. Charles W.. 480. 

Myrtle L. Brown, 417. 479. Electa E. Greenman, 

Sarah A., 237. Elizabeth A. (B.), 314. 480. 



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[ Nelson, Eliza, U'.3. Nicbcrgall, Anna I.ufz, Norton, James H., 508. 

Roger, \2},. 411. Mary E. Irisli, 508. 

I Thomas, lyo. Hiiiry, -in. Matilda, 3.S6. 

\ Ncstcllc, Eliza. 351. Jacolj A., 411. Nora \)., 50S. 

I Ncthcrland, Annie E., John (i., 41 1. IMiahe IJ. liriggs, 3^7. 

1 339- Mary )•'., 411. Sarah JJarruu, 337. 

* William 15.. 339- Sarah M. G a r d n c r, W. R., 47O. 

i Ncttlelon, Alhert, 39<;. 411. Norwood, Albert D., 

t Sarah I. ]5arher, 3</j. Xighiingale, ICIcanor A., 449. 

Newberry, i'ully. <)S. 525. Cornelia. 449. 

Newbury, Malvina, 3(11. James W., 5j6. J'-dgar, 449. 

Newcombe. JJetM-y Lillian E.. 5j9. J-'rances Norlhaui, 449. 

Cluirch, 184. Niles, Clara. "4^3. Waller, 449. 

;{ Harvey. 1S4. Hannah, yx,. William 1'., 449. 

[• Newell, J-'.unice, JS9. XiiKcraft, Sachem, 12. N o y e s. Adalinc (B.), 

[ Jabcz, J75. Nivcn, Anielia, 25S. 150. 

Lydia I'alnKr, 175. CMiarlotte 1".., 258. Anna M.. 145. 

Sally, joo. Ivli/a, 441. Asa, 150. 

Newton. Ami (15.), 2tx;. I':ii/al.cth 11. CI5.),25X. Hcnjannn, 146. 

Ann D., 184. Rolu-rl |.. 25S. Benjamin F., 506. 

Adolpluis. 388. William IE, 258. Carrie. 534. 

Biirdettc, 388. Noble, Betsey Case, 234. Charles, 146. 

Clarenee, 4S8. Florence, 415. Charles E. P., 506. 

Ehza S., 336. Henry J.. 234. Charlotta A., 217. 

Morence Tucker, 388. KusweJl 1'., 2 ?.>. Coiirtland, 146. 

Frank, 209. Su-an M. (B.), ■2V\. Eliza. 146. 

Ina ]1. Wilsey. 488. Xorris. Alia !•". Clark, Elizabeth, 148. 

-Marparet lCdgerl..n, 297. Elizabeth (B.), 146. 

^^^^- Augustus. 207. Elizabeth Stanton, 148. 

Phcbe E. Tucker, 3S8. Caroline Avard, 297. Eunice Chescbrough, 

Selme, 336. Charles E., 297. 217. 

Nichols. Alice C. (B.), Sarah. 332. Eunice Miner, 146. 

257- North, l'>ank G.. 465. I'Vank. 50^). 

Charles V.., 534. Laura CB.). 21 v Hannah Phelps, 128. 

Enuly, 3M- Versula (B.), 465. Harriet P. Murphy, 

Gladys M., 534. William, 2T1. 314. 

Hannah. 36. Norlham. Albert D., 264. James, 6. 28. 55. 

Jennie B. Koscbu^li, Edgar R.. 264. James W., 128. 

, 397. Ellen C. 44S. John. 148. 256. 

Joe B 534. Emma E., 448. Joseph, 34. 35, 146, 

John D., 413. Florence, 2()4. 217. 

Jonathan. 30. y,^. Ma. 264. Lydia, 145. 

Joseph B.. 534. Julia M., 44S. Lvdia R.^gers. 12S. 

Juniata. 534. Marv A.. 2^.4. M'artha (B.). 145. 

Mabel (B.). 413. Mary A. (B.). 2^.4. Marv Cobb. qo. " 

Mary. 444. Northup. Albert L., 526. Marv E. Langworthy, 

Mary Hallock, 534. Eliiah. -?84. ^86. 506. 

Nancy. 120. Jane. 3«4- ' M'e r c y Langworthy 

Otto L.. 257. Lennon. <:.2Cy Collins. 108. 

Kosetta. 2fX). Lura Millard. 3S4. 3S6. Nancy Phelps, 128. 

l^"tli- 490. Marv. 80. Patty 14.=; 

J-irah. 7y. Marv E. (B.^, 526. Phebc, 2^6. 

Susan T.. 260. Sarah. ^2G. Rhoda. 146. 

Thomas. 36. Sarah Iv. ^26. Robert. 1^0. 

William L.. 307. Norton. Abbic, 476. Ruth. 447'. 

Nicholson. Afary, 454- .Alfred. .337- Ruth (B.), 1.16. 

Xicks. John. 52t. Cora E.. 476. Sallv. 189. 

Margaret McWbortcii. Cornelius. 7,1,7. San'ford. 14?. 

^r'^^ IVssie W.. 508. S u s a n R. Pendleton, 

Martha A., 521. Ella ^^. 2>^7. 506. 



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Noyis, Siis;m Kinj;, I4^>. Ovcrluii, IJairie-l A., 471). Palnu-r, Gr.ivc riumli, 57. 

Stisiimia Cluirdi, 150. Riitli C^irlcr, 470. Hannah Kliodc: (Hj, 

Thomas, 50, .SS, i_'S. (Jwcii, Nancy, 238. 34-. 

' Tliumas J., 314- Owens, Jolm, 2»'4- llanirt, 2J5, 361. 

' Nugent, Mary, 212. Olive Killliuin, 2-M. Harriet E. (H.), 21)6. 

Nye, riicl)c (B.). I-6. Ozard, Jennie M., ^Wj. Harriet M., 163. 

William S., ij6. Packer. James G., 359. Han iet S.. J90. 

Oakley, Bertha J>. (B.), Lonisa G. (B.),35«j. Harriet Trnnibull, 3rj2. 

338. Lucretia, 346. Harvcr. 477. 

N. C, 338. Page, Tannic Morris. Helen Porter, 331. 

Oatlcy, I.orema, 212. 500. Henry. 7. 

O'Connor, Mary, 327. Harriet, 201. Henry K.. 392. 

; Odcll, Charlotte, J05. Letitia. 338. Henry M., 163. 

! Gcorpaima, 320. Susan K.. 500. Herbert H., 2f/). 

O'Dowd, Catherine. 3S0. W'illi.Mn I).. 500. lluld.ih B., 1O3. 

Ogden, Caroline Clark, Paine. JCIi/.ahelh. 491 . James. lOJ. 

441. John S.. 150, J.imes B., 498. 

Clara N. (B.), 4)1. Martha S.. 150. Jane. 140. 

I'lizabelh, 441. Palmer. Ahhey Morgan, Jane P.urdick, y^j. 

Frank O., 441. 498. John. 107. 

George B., 441. Abigail Brown, 186. Jon.i^. 102. 

Grace \V., 395. Adalinc C, 1^)3. Jidia A., 1^)3. 

Henry, 441. Albert, 192, 251. Julia Morgan, 498. 

Henry V>., 441. Albert IC. 296. Keturiah. 102. 

Olendorf, Glovina. .187. Amos F., 331. L. A.. 225. 

Oliver, Jennie A.. 166. Anna Langworthy, Lcandcr, 163. 

, Margaret J.. 230. 108. Lenniel, 97. 

OIncy. Louisa. 450. Anninda V.. 163. Lucretia (B.), 190. 

; O'Neill. Mary ¥.., 412. P.enjamin. xxv. 5. 33t. Lucy lUirdick, 228. 

Oppenhimer, Alice (B.), Benjamin TL, 4(>8. Lucy M. Otis. 498. 

292. Bessie. 498. Lydia. 175, :y<S. 

O r m s b y, Cyrcnus P., Betsey A. CB.), 331. Maggie Hone. 296. 

408. Billings, 163. Margaret Smith. lOl. 

Daniel. 40,^. Bridget. 70! ^L^rtlla (B.), 97, 251. 

Julia A. Sattcrlee. 408. Charles. 331. Martha A., 477- 

: Sarah D. Sattcrlee, Charles B.. u/i. 498. >Lary (B.), 263. 

\ 408. Charles C. 498. Mercy. 117. 

, Osborn, Lcona. 530. Clara Iv. 331. Mercy Brown, 127. 

I Osgood. Helen. 412. Clara Emery. 296. Mira B.. 498. 

\ Maria. 524. Clarissa, ift,;. Milo. 309. 

( Ostrandcr, Benjamin, Daniel. 101. Nancy. 345. 

1 423. David. 57. Nancy B. (B). 127. 

' Daniel. 245. Desire. 287. Nathaniel. 108, 127. 

Hattie Barnes. 423. Desire (B.), 58. Nehemga, 5. 

Helen A. Thompson. Dwight R.. 263. Noyes. 134. 

'; 423. F:dmimd L.. 2(K). Olive ^L A-^h. 477- 

Mary P. (B.). 245. Ednah Armstrong. Perry G.. 263. 

Wallace D.. 423. 3S5. T'eyton R.. 190. 

O s t r u ni. Augusta W. Edward. 190. Phebc (B.). lor. 

(B.). 443. l*".Iisha. 263. Phcbe Darrow. 58. 

' James A.. 443. T-lli/a Brown. 49S. Phebc Pierce. i''i3- 

> Otis. Lorinde. "120. Eliza T. (B."). 127. P.illv. 162. 

! Lucv M.. 498. Elizabeth. T07. ^^j. Rhoda fB.V 225. 

Sally. 200. Emily T... 163. Kieta W. (B.). ?,92- 

Oltignon, T-ucy Canfiehl. Euhraim. iSfi. Robert. 2^)3. 

222. Eunice E.. 228. Rufus. loi. 

Mary F.. 222. I'r.mk d.. 225. Sarah. 102. 529. 

Pierre M.. 222. Fred. 225. 228. Sarah A.. 190. 

Oudcrkirk. Susan. 335. George IP. 392. Sarah A. Langworthy 

Overton, Elisha, 470. Giles, 190. ,,19^. 



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Slu'paid, 49S. 

Submit, l-'J. 

Susan (H.), \(>.V 

Tacy L., 163. 

'lliuinas, ;.'5i. 

Vc.sf. 5«. 

Waller. 165. 251. 

W'llltrian. iJ<j. 

Wtllliif, io_'. 

Wi-slcy n.. 3f>l- 

William, .v'^. 3f^5- 

William U., 127. 
I'almctor, Ardicicia, 421. 

Sally, 3^.v 
ralmilcr, I'aiinic Hassctt, 

491. 

Lynn li., 491. 

Polly, 245. 
Pardee, JCmily, 300. 
Parish, leinima, 342. 

Polly S., 454- 
Parker, Anne Rose, 449. 

Kdward S., 44X. 

Kllen C. Noriljaiii, 44.S. 

ICinma, 415. 

George, 123. 

lone, 448. 

Junius, 448. 

Mary E., 448. 

Otis, 449. 

Phehc (B.). 123. 
Parkerson, Alary A., 420. 
Parkcs. Anna D., 221. 

Jabiel, 221. 

Lois D. (B.), 221. 

Mary, 221. 

Norman, 221. 

Robert J., 221. 

Tcrcssa K., 221. 
Parkhill, Clare. 518. 

l.ouise. 518. 

Marjorie Rice, 518. 
Parkhurst, Ben jam i n, 
452. 

Lizzie J. Bnrdick. 452. 
Parks, Ada, 332. 

Cora, 332. 

Kli/a, 307. 

Ella, 307. 

Lsracl. 332. 

James, •^07. 

Nancy A. (B.), 332. 
Parinalee, Clarissa, 425. 
Parmclec. Alice, 319. 

Edith. 319. 

Lucius, 319. 

Lticius B.. 319. 

Porter, 319. 



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Parinelie, Susan Allen, 

319 
Parmeiilcr, Celia I'aker, 
294 • 

i'lmiiKi I... 2<)4. 

Will 1,1m 1 1., 294. 
Parmeter. Olivt-r, 202. 

Nancy ( B), 202. 
Parmlee, l'.rl-~r\, 14 1. 

.Sainiul, 1)1. 
Paniali.'iiii. Mary, 25^). 
Par•^hley, Amliidiy, 422. 

I'iduard, 422. 

Lela Cliai)man, 422. 
ParMMis, Addle, 3S5. 

Eannio Durkee, 433. 

ILirmon, j\\\. 

Mabel 1'., 433. 

Ransom J., 4^v 

Sarah A. {W), 433. 

Setli, 90. 

Sii-an I 1!. ), <K). 
Parlon. Anna T a y 1 n r, 
446. 

Artliur, .\\(>. 
Paleison, Limine, 340. 
Patterson, A^ro. 2S5. 

Catherine Wilbur, 276. 

Erank A.. 280. 

John, 276. 

Margaret J. (B.). 276. 

Mary (B.), 285. 

Saiah T.. 471. 

.Susan. 409. 
Paul, M. E., .^82. 
Payn, Hannah, 426. 
Payno. Albert, 289. 

E m o g c n c \L ( B.). 
2S9. 

George. 488. 

George W., 2^7. 

Harriet S.. 488. 

Harriet Watts. 488. 

Henry, 289. 

Sojihronia M. (B.), 

I'eacock. .■\nd>rose. 411. 

Mary E. Updyke. 4 it. 
Pearcc. .Abigail. 38. 

Abigail (B.). 38. 

.\nn B., 2^2. 

Bessie B. Simpson, 
526. 

Catherine A.. 252. 

1 )uty J., 252. 

Ennna. 2;2. 

John !•:.. s^(^- 
Peard. I'annv. J87. 
l\n^e. Bertha A.. '^\7,. 

Calvin, qiv 



619 

JVasc, Mary Tericker, 

513- 
IVck, Byfield, 214. 

Charles H.. 418. 

]da L., 418. 

Jennclte J., 418. 

Mary. 173, 214. 

Mary S., 222. 

Nancy (B.). 214. 

Nathaniel iV, 214. 
I'eckham, Ann (B.), 93. 

Jiyron. 4CKJ. 

(Cornell, jiM). 

Dorcas, 150. 

1 lannah J I. (\>.), 2(rO. 

Jessie W.. 40fJ. 

J(>se[)h, 48. 

Ju>iah. 93. 

.\Iarv, 47. I St. 2^)2. 

Mary (B.),"48. 

Mercy Perry. 150. 

I'atience, 82. 

Robert, 57. 

Sarah, 2(0. 

Susan, 265. 

Susan JC. P.arl)er. 400. 

Temperance P 1 u m b, 

Thomas W., 400. 

W^aite. 92. 

William, 150. 
Pelton, Harriet, 161. 239. 

Lucy Webster, 239. 

Martha. 502. 

William. 239. 
Pendleton, Amelia (B.), 
62, 71. 

Ann, 29. 

Anna, 59. 

Bathsheba. 117. 

Betsey Peltet, 71. 

Bridget Stanton, 71. 

Caleb, 29, 550. 

Catherine, 59, 71. 

Charlotte. 71. 

Deborah, 29. 

Deborah (B.), 117, 
118. 

Dewitf, T29. 

Enoch. 129. 

Eunice Cnbb. 50. 

George, 1 18. 

Isaac, 61. 71, 2og. 

James. 542. 

James M.. 129. 

Joseph. 51. 547. 

John. 118. 

Katherinc. 371. 

Keturah. 71, 129. 

Loi.s, 35. 



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(H.). 209. 

Lucy n., 71. 

Lydia 1^., 129 

Mary, Oi, 71- 

Mary Davis, 71. 

Mercy J'alnicr, 1 17. 

Molly, 7'- 

Nancy, 120. 

Nathan, 0-', 7'. '-^J. 
192. 

Patience, 51. 

Pel eg, 71, 209. 

I'hebc, 129. 

Phebc Colo. 129. 

Rlioda (lij C.axitl, 
62, 71. 

Rhoda Wade, 71 • 

Kidiard, i-'9- 

Ruth, Ci, 6.3. 

Sally, 7>. 120. 3-U- 

Sarali, 51. 19-. M-- 

Sarah Iv, 2()0. 

Sarah Worden. 31. 

Schra Tli()mi)M,n. i iS. 

William, 550. 

Simeon, 117. 

Susan, 129. 

Susan B., 506. 

Susanna, 234. 

Sylvester, 50, 59- 

William, 71. 129- 

Zebulon. 61. 
Pencry, David, 2>--- 

Lvdia (B.). 322. 
Penficld. Ann j.. 41'- 
Penney, Mary J.. 325. 
Perigo, Drusilla (H), 
138. 
James R.. 13-^ 
Perkins, Doroleski R., 

293- 
John, 130. 
Lucy (B.). 121. 
Mariah L., 130. 
Mary, 301. 
Mary Plumh, 57- 
Phebc. 91. 
Phila Trumbel. 293. 
Samuel. 203. 
Perry, Abipail. \a?>. 
Alfred. 214. 
Elislia. 03. 
Elijah. 93. 
Elizabeth 4S. 263. 
Elizabeth K. (B.). 214 
'" Erccman. T48. 

Harriet Tiibbs. 453. 
ILizard. 148. 
Horace, 463. 



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Perry, Jerome, 453- 
John B.. 92 
Lavina L. (B.), 214. 
Lillian A. Clark, 4^3- 
Lois, 262. 
Loren J., 463. 
Lydia, 93. 
Mary, 92, 150. 244. 
Mary C, 14«. 
Mary P., 262. 
Mercy, 150. 
Nancy, 153, 420. 
Olive'r II., 148. 
}*ene!(Ji)e Kenyon, 92, 

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Ruth, 93- 
Ruth B., 93- 
Samuel, 4S, 89. 
Sarah. 48. 89. 
Sarah E. Cross, 453. 
Sar.di R.. 225. 
Simeon. 92, 93. 
Susan. 93- 
Susan P. (B.). 92. 
Sus.-imia, Si;, 153. 
Su^anna lla/.zard, 4S, 

89. 
William S., 262. 453- 
Peterson, ^L'lry E. Mur- 
phy, 314. 
Robert E., 3T4- 
Pctrich, Karl, 457. 

Theresa, 457. 
Pettet. Betsey, 71. 
Pettibone, Prudence, 

309. 
Pettie. Caroline, 272. 
Hannah (B.), 271. 
Lucinda, 323. 
Moses, 271. 
Pettv. Sarah. 282. 
Phelps, Adaline (B.), 
308. 
Ann Hammond. 128. 
Charles. 128. 
Erederick. 398. 
TL IL. .39S. 
Hannaii rB.). 12S. 
Hannah Denison. T28. 
Hannah Phelps. 128. 
J. J . 308. 
Josei)h ]).. 12S. 
^^a^c;arct E. Hannel, 

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Nancv. 
R. R.'. .398. 
Su^^an M . y^. 
Philbrick. Cal t st a E 
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John S., 405. 



Phillips. Abby L. (B.), 

317- 

Amy, 169. 

Asa, 43(). 

Ephraim, I7S- 

Fannie Crawford, 436. 

Haltie, 4>'>- 

Josephine L. (Bj, I75- 

l^aura, 184. 

Marcia, 442. 

Ruth, 4.V>- 

Sarah, 305. 

Thankful, 417. 

Wallace A., 317- 
Phin, E.mily, 256. 
Pickett, l)ef.)re>t, 53I, 

Ed., 531. 

Georf^e, 531. 

Jennie. 531. 

John, 531. 

Leata. 531- 

Lena Wright. 531. 

Myra D. (B.), 53i- 

Sallv I'.arden, 531. 
Pickrell. Loui^a E. (B.), 

373- 
Mahlon K.. .373- 
Pierce. Albert O., 413- 
Alfred, 527- 
Althea J. (B.), 4i3- 
Archibald. 426. 
Augusta, 463. 
Emeline, 452. 
Frances, 2<j9. 
Isaac, 94. 

Jennie Bryne, 413- 
John, 4S2. 
John G., 252. 
John L., 252. 
John P.. 452. 
Lena M.. 4I3- 
Lena Randall. 4'3- 

Margaret A., 426. 

Marv. 452. 

Mary A.. 284. 

Marv Brown. 452. 

Matilda (B.). 9-J. 

Obed W.. 413- 

P.. 413- 

Phebc, 163. 

Polly. 426. 

Raymond W.. 452- 

Sally A. (B.). 252. 

Sarah M. Weightman. 

452. 
Thomas J., 452. 
Pike, lunelinc. 143- 
Ezra. T43. Ul- 
Mary Garlic. 143- '-l-^- 
Sarah, I44- 



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621 



rilliiiR, Allen, 400. 
Jessie W. rcckliam, 

4CK). 

riper, I Initial), 303. 
riltv, James, 173. 

Liliic, 173. 
I'jxloy, 15(.-micl, S-\- 

Myra, S-M. 
Place, Amy ]v Irish, 313. 

Jorciniali, t^^^. 

Mary I'rosscr, 343. 

Kiith S., 340. 

Thomas J., 343. 
Plass, Jiva, 45-'. 
Plainer, llamiah, 52.S. 
Piatt, Kachel. 257. 
Platls, Anna E., 486. 

Mand R.. 343. 

Mclla, 283. 
Phnnb, Anna, 54. 

Anna Langworthy, 

57- 
FJi^aheth, 28, $7. 
Klizabelh B a 1 d w i n, 

Eunice Miner, 57. 

George, 54, 56, 57. 

Grace, 57, 115. 

Grace (13.), 56, 115. 

Green, 115. 

James, 57. 

Joseph, 57. 

Lois, 115. 

Lucy Layton, 57. 

Lydia SafTord, 57. 

Mary. 57. 

Mclinda Richardson, 

US- 
Nathaniel, 57. 

Phehe Miner, 57. 

Phihua, 115. 

Prudence Richardson, 
54. 56. 

Samuel, 56, 57, 115. 

Sands, 57. 

Sarah, 57, 115. 

Temperance, 57. 
Poe, David, 402. 

Mary Need, 402. 
Peer, 'Jonathan. ^2C). 

Marv D. SimpMiu, 526. 

Ore B.. 526. 
Polk, Lucrctia. 426. 
Poland. Ann B. Pearcc, 
252. 

John, P., 252. 
Pomerov. Eli/'aheth, 401. 

Olivc'C. (B.), 401. 

Orange, 401. 

Sally Monfret, 401. 



Pdinerny, Whiting G., 
401. 

Winifred G., 402, 
I'oole, ICugenc N., 418. 

Hanky, 41K. 

Lizzie A. (B.), 418. 

Sarah Williamson, 418. 
Pope, Betsey, 148. 

Ko^ina, 372. 
Porter, Alfa 1... 380. 

Ch.irles II., 440. 

Col., t>8. 

h'.liza (B.), 245. 

I'li/aheth W., 474. 

hjnilv. 202, 229. 

11. li., 380. 

Helen, 331. 

L e n r a A. Coolman, 
440. 

Mary, 202. 

Keetina (B.), 202. 

Sarah, 202. 4^)0. 

.Seymour, 245. 

Solomon, 202. 
Postlewaif, Elizahc t h, 

.104. 
Potter, Alvena King, 
508. 

Amelia P., 522. 

Amy E.. 509. 

Annie B., 509. 

Benjamin, 342, 470. 

Benjamin !•"., 507, 509. 

Bertha L. Irish. 507. 

Bridget Kathhun, 346. 

Calista V., 346. 

Catherine A., 286. 

Charlotte E.. 407. 

Clark, 211. 

Content Maxson. 84, 
1 1.3. 

Daniel. ^07. 

E. H.. \C/x 

Edith B.. 278. 

Edwin S.. 508. 

Eliza. 383. 

Eliza Green. 2^~- 

Elizahcth. 45. 84, 551. 

Ellen C. 510. 

T\llen Culver, 510. 

Ellen S., 399. 

Enmia. 470. 

Eannv, 37=;. 

George. 84, 113. IT4. 

140. .=;5'- 

German, ^09. 
1 faiinnh. 8.1. 373. 
UaiULih Gill--. 470. 
Harriet Greene. 278. 
Henry, 196. 



Potter, J. Adelford, 507. 

Jeanotle, 238. 

Jonathan, 45, 551. 

John, 45. 

Joseph, 84, !</), 313. 

Ju<lilh ]if)gers, 45. 

Lois, 21 1. 

Lucy, 84. 

Lucy M. Maxson, 507. 

Lucy Maxson, ^ctc). 

Lucy Rogers, 84. 

Lydia. 84. 

Marford, 376. 

Maria, 290, 3.}2. 

Martha, 84, 551. 

Mary, 45, 84, 551. 

Mary (B.), 45. 313. 

Mary L., qio. 

Mary L. (B.), 399- 

Mary O.. 376. 

Mary .'-Itillman, 84. 

Mary West, 45. 

May K. Burdiek, 376. 

Nancy (B.), 196. 

Nathan. 84. 

Nellie M. Smith, Sio. 

Orlclta A. (B,), 376. 

Orvil S.. 376. 

Perry, 383. 

Phebc W^clls, 84, 196, 
313. 

Phncbe A., 346. 

Phixhc A. Potter, 346. 

Polly. 144. 
Prudence Latham, 
346. 

Rebecca^ Bowler, 507. 
R o X a n n a P. u r d i ck, 
166. 

Sally. T94. .348- 

Sally P.'ilmcter, 383. 

Samuel ^L, 376. 

Sarah, 131, 149. 

Sarah ^t. Irish. 507. 

Sarah Sheldon, 45. 

Sarah W.. 149. 

Sarah Wilson, 45. 

Stephen, 4.s, 5?7. 

Stephen R.. 278. 

Susan, 84. 71. 

Susanna, 33, 45, 551. 

Susanna Tri[)p, 45. 

Susannah, 222. 

Thomas, ,15. 114. 346. 

Thomas C . 34^^. 

Thomas W., 510. 

William TL. 45. .I46. 

7. Stanley. 507. 

Zelina. 508. 
Powell, Aldcn, 523. 



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I'owcll, JCupIuinia Salis- Pri-Ntoii. Rilry, 37_'. 5.U- Randall, F.li^lia, 186. 

l>iiry, 5-'j. S a r a h SlarUwoallKr, 207. 

Jennie. 433- 459- Einiice, 103. 

Jciuiit H., S-?>- Pirsliirclj, Marllia. 449. K)ial)o<l, 103. 

Powers. Ik-ssie, 4:11. Price, Atnia L., 495. Jyl'n. 71- 

Carrie, 300. (Jlaris.sa Streator, 4. 10. Keimali Pen<Ileloii. 71. 

I'rancis CI., 420. I'.llen, 4O7. Lina, 413. 

Louise K. (B.), 4-'0. JCsiluT I'hvooJ. 4A7. l.ois, 103. 

l.nther, 421. Harriet I'ricc, 1O4. l-ucy, 103. 

Nina Howard, 306. Kla N., 440. I-ucy (P..). 51. 

Peter, 57. Jttsepli. 4^7. Mary (15). 19. 

P(»lly K.iiidal, .)JI. Samuel, 4 Jo. Molly I'eiidlelon, 71. 

Pratt, Jllniira, 311. I'^ie^t. M.irictte, 412. Natlianii I, 103. 

lunula L.. 31 '• ''rill, Jane. 3^). Pel<k'. 7'- 

lliraui. 311. Prime. Marion Dultou, Polly, 1S7. 

Jessie II., 2.%. 5J5. Kr»>,allli<-, 404. 

Majs'pic, 272. William \., 525. Rutli, 157. 

Nancy. 1K8. Proctor. Kel>ecca. ijS. Sally. l(J3. 

Pele)^ 1^, iSS. Projicr. llow.ird K.. 17S. Sarah. 103. 

I'ray, Pydia W.. 219. I.iua M. (B.). I7'^. Simeon. 71. 

M'artlia A. (B.), 219. P r o s c u ^. Fidelia A. SlcplKii, 103. 

Mary IC, 219. demons, 455. l\andall>, Amy Khodc-, 

Moses, 219. Ira. 4S5. 108. 

Thomas J., 210. Tauet L.. 4^4- Isodncy. loS. 

Prentice, Ahigail Alien, NVilliam IX, 455. Ran<lel, Betsy C. (B.). 

238. Prosser. Hester, 529. 3'^»'>- 

Alfred C. 420. Mary. 34V I-i'lie M., .3^)9. 

Alice I. Toop, 420. Prvmo, Thankful (B.) Randolph. All.ert. 516. 

Allen. 238. CB.), 213. Alfred T. J'., 476. 

Asa (B.), 420. William, 213. Annie Standard. 516. 

Gallic A., 4f>6. Purdy. Esther E. Bell, Arilullow M., 516. 

Carlyle L. F.. 420. 177. Carrie. 344. 

F^ariiestine. 4^)6. Israel. 177. Charh Itc Davis, 278. 

Elizahclh (B.), 238. Maria. 164. 283. 

Ellen, 178. Marv, 274. Dclila F., 279. 

Ellen F. Rist, 238. Ruth. 177. F'<lna M., 516. 

Emo^icne E., 4f')6. Putnam, Alonzo L., 314. T"Jizal)eth. 377. 

Hannah E:, 2-58. Ida. i^J. George M. V.. 278. 

Harrv W.. 420. Marv A. (B.V 314- lo'm, 27S. 2?:2,- 

Henry A. L., 466. Marv L. fB.). 167. Julia. 476. 

Ira. 238. Nellie. 206. I.ceona. 516. 

Lily La Forge, 420. Pvkc. G. W.. 231. Lizzie Swing. 476. 

Lucy A.. 420. 'M.iry B. TTaff. 231. Mary L. (B.). 516. 

Marion W. Greene, Quinhy, Edward. 423. Mary S. F.. 283. 

420. Laura. 423. Samuel. 282. 

Mary A. Greene. 420. Ophelia Flewcllyn, Sarah F.. 282. 

Nancy C. (B."). 466. 423. Rathhon. Penelope CB.V 

Nathan B.. 238. Rand, Dorothy Rice. 254. 02. 

William A., 466. El)enc7cr. 254. Rathhun. Adam. 102. 

Preston. Adeline John- Martha O . 254. Bridget. 346. 

son. 405. Randal. Polly. 42r. Elisha. 34^). 

Ainv E.. 341. Randall. .Miigail. 103. Lucrelia Packer. 34'' 

Arthur M.. 372. .Amelia. 71. Rauh. Bertha M. Iri^l'- 

Elsie. 372. Bcniann'n. 10. 103. 508. 

F.l«ie M.. 4?o. Betsey. T03. Elmer. 50S. 

Emily. ^:^t,. Bctsev Brown. 186. Lucv. 50.^. 

TLannihal. 341. Charles. 71. William. 508. 

Jerome, 4?0. Cvnthia. 207. Rawlett. Orpha. 23O. 

keziah. 341. Dorana. 1^)4. Sarah A.. 239. 

Lucy Maine, T,y2. Elcnor, 103. William. 239. 



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379 
Annie 1:.., 379- 
Carrie L. Goodbcll, 

379- 

J-:iob, 379- 

J inn if A., 379. 
Kta<l, JdImi, 57. 

l-ydiii C"a^Ul•II, 57. 

Tliankfnl, 57. 
ktats Clara, 249. 

Deborah (lij, -MQ. 

I'Vank, 2^ij. 

Washington C, 24Q. 

Willis, 249., 
R c d ni a n, Frances V., 
421. 

Julian Harris, 4_'i. 

William, 4-M. 
Rccd, Addie !■:., 359. 

Emily (B.), 319. 

Jabcz, 55. 

James, 319. 

Lydia (BJ, 55- 

Maud, 370. 

Racliel, 74. 
Reese, Su>an (B.), 291. 

William, 291. 
Reiser, 1-'. W., 450. 

Mary L. Kenyon, 450. 
Remiiiglun, Hftie (B.), 

431- 

Elmer, 431. 
Rcw, Kunioe Corbin, 173. 

Inez (B.), 173. 

Lucius, 173. 

Orris, 173. 
Reynolds, Benjamin, 8r. 

Clarissa (B.), 32S. 

Daniel, 20J. 

Elizabeth, ^27. 

Elizabeth (B.), 326. 

Ellen T.. 403. 

Pamiy Potter, 375. 

Foster, 375. 

Grace, 471. 

Hannah, 159. 

Jemima, 44. 

Joseph, 429. 

Lcander B., 493. 

Lcandcr E.. 493. 

Lois B. Holnus. 202. 

Mary, i^t. ;36. 

Pollv. 159. 

S. H.. 326, 32S. 

Sally. 247. 

Sarah, ;ji::2, 429. 

Sarah .\., 40^. 

Sarah B.. 3^«. 

Sarah B. Turner, 403. 



Index. 

Reynolds, Sarah ii., 375- 

Sarah Jarvi>, 429. 
Rheinhardt, Catherine, 
210. 
Dolly, 210. 
William, 210. 
Rhodes, Abigail, 70, 91. 
Adelbert, 495. 
Amy, loS. 
Amy iJenison, 91. 
Ann (B.h 33. 
Anne, 33. 
Anne (.B)i Langwor- 

tliy, \oS. 
Anthony, loS. 
Avery, 108. 
Betsey, 91. 
lilanclie E.. 4<)6. 
]')ridj;el PahiuT, 70. 
Catherine, 247. 
Charles, 91. 
Clara V., 496. 
ICliza, 201. 
Foster, 70. 
I'Vederick A., 496. 
Hamiah, 134. 
1 lenry, 70. 
James, 86. 
Jo^ciih, J 34. 
Loui>e J., 201. 
Martha (B.), 86. 

i\L-iriha (B.) Rhodes, 
86. 

Mary. 69. 

Nancy, 398. 

Paul, 9r. 

Rebecca Sherwood, 91. 

Sally W'oodbridge, 70. 

Samuel, 91, 201. 

Sarah, S05. 

Sarah Mansfield, 33. 

Simon, 33. 30, 70, S6. 

Simon Henry, 70. 

Susan ^L Brown, 495. 

Thcodoty, 15. 

William. 33- 
Rice, Alice, 298. 

Anna C. Hoagland, 
295- 

C. D.. 295- 

Dorothy, 254. 

Florence, 2(;8. 

Frank. 2C)8. 

Ida (B.), 2<>S. 

Lora. 234. 

Marjoric, 518. 

Marv. 298. 

Weltha. 48.'. 
Rich, y\nn. 405. 

George, 137. 



623 

Rich, Hannah, 133. 

Mary (B.;, I37- 

Orsa M.. 404. 

W. B., 137. 

Waller I., 137. 

William, 137. 
Richards, IChzabeth, 422. 

1-annie F., 357. 

Hannah, 199. 

Henry, 422. 

Lucy, 318. 

Marion L. Brown, 4S4. 

Mary Coburn, i</j. 

Mary Gordon, 237. 

Mary K., 237. 

Stephen B., 237. 

Thadeus, ny). 

Virgil M., 484. 
Richaidson, Aimu, 55. 

Henry, 224. 

Idellc, 332. 

James, 425. 

Lavina, 317. 

Lucy ^\. (B.), 224. 

Mary, 299. 

Mary Bosworth, 425. 

Mary G., 425. 

Melinda, 115. 

Nathan, 224. 

Nettie J.. 295. 

Prudence, 54. 56. 

Sarah .M. Barney. 163- 

Sophia Berelette, 224. 
Richmond, Aurilla, 516. 

I). A., 5J6. 

Emma, 516. 

Helen >L, 437- 

Knight O., 519- 

Lovina, 468. 

P h e b e A. Campbell, 

519. 
Richwine. Allen, 221. 

Clara F. (B.), 221. 

Frank, 221. 
Riddcll. Agnes L., 177. 

Ann. 177. 

Arminda (B.). 177. 

Caroline F., 31 1. 

Carrie E., 311. 

Carrie ShurtliiT, 311. 

Elizabeth, 177. 

Emma L. Pratt, 311. 

Gawn, 177. 

George. 177, 311. 

George H., 312. 

Harriet. 177, 311. 

Helen, 311. 

Helen C. Jones, 312. 

John, 177. 

Josei)h, 177. 



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Ividdcll, Laura F.., 311. 

Lc Roy, 311- 

Lemuel, 177. 

Lemuel C, 311. 

I^wis, 31 1. 

Lizzie L., 311. 

Lorenzo 15., 311. 

Mary, 177- 

Mary (HJ. 177- 

Mary Warner, 311. 

Sara, 312. 

Sophronia, 177. 

William, 177, 31J. 
Riddle, Carolme, J_M. 

lulward, 22\. 
Rider, Cliarles, 458. 

Jennie, 395- 

Lena (H,), A5^. 

Silas, 45^^. 
Ripley, Rebeeea, 458. 
Ripsoin, Lulu, 453. 

Seward, 453. 
Rist, Kllen F., 238. 

Silas, 238. 
Ritcluy, Kate, 290. 
Ritchie, Cecillia A. Gos- 
selin, 249. 

James, 249. 
Robbins, Alice, 3-'9. 

Catherine, 187. 

Cora W., 389- 

Eunice, 188. 

Polly, 327. 
Roberts, Burl B., 474. 

Delyra P. Wilcox, 474. 

Florilla, 381. 

George, 430. 

Helen, 474. • 

J. W., 250. 

Lovcy, 250. 

Marian (B.), 250. 

Martha Sawyer, 430. 
Robertson, Mira, 130. 
Robinson, Ahnond. 480. 

Andrew J., 480. 

Aim Haviland, 424. 

Aurila (B.), 171. 

Caroline John<(in, 273. 

Clarissa Lewis, 480. 

Drusilla. 144. 

Eliza Noyc;, 146. 

Ella A., 41'}. 

Fayelte, 171. 

ITannali, 145. 

Harriet. 147. 

Helen L. (Ti.). 424. 

Huldnh (B.\ 131. 

Lsracl. 151. 

1-. A.. 273. 

Lina M., 478. 



Index. 

Rnbinson, Mary, 273. 

Mary A., 31 1. 

^L•lry Fits, 478. 

Philip N., 424- 

Ruth (B.), 151. 

Sarah JCllis, 480. 

Spencer, 478. 

Sylvester, I.j6. 

William, 424. 
Rockwell, Ashbee, 399. 

Cornelia A., 39<J- 
Rockwood, David, 385. 

Joanna Knowlton, 385. 

Martha K., 385. 
Rodem, I'Vances, 400. 
Roden, Henrietta, 474. 

Henry, 474. 

Marie Moss, 474. 

Minnie S., 487. 
Rodm.in, lienjamin, 73, 

451. 
P.ertha, 451. 
Georj^-e, 443. 
Hannah Nilcs, y^. 
Hariiet Brown, 451. 
Jolm B., 451. 
Kate IL Dickray, 445. 
Marjorie, 445. 
Martha, 263. 
Mary, vi, 451. 
Ruth, 73. 

Sarah E. (B.), 451. 
Rogers, Aliigail (B.), 
3S6. 
Almira B. C a p r i n s, 

513- 
Andrew. 359. 
Anna, 287. 
Anna A., 204. 
Anne, 70. 
Barton R.. 521. 
Charles E., 381. 
Charles L., 339. 
Charles W., 32T. 
Clara (B.), 381, 521. 
Content, 13. 
D. v.. 386. 
Daniel, 386. 
Dora, 314. 
F.dmond B.. 4S1. 
Fdna C, 321. 
Ed son, 321. 
l-Mward B.. 321. 
Edwin S.. 313. > 

Elizabeth. 23. 
Elizabeth Hvcr, 321. 
l-:iizabetli S.'fB). 339. 
Emerson. 514. 
Etta Stanton, 359. 
Ezckicl. 84. 



Rogers, Fanny E., 359. 
Fanny Ely, 359. 
George W., 38C. 
Grace, 347. 
Hannah, 84. 
Harry, 381. 
Helen, 224. 
Henry, 314. 
Howard, 521. 
James E., 386. 
John, 521. 
John B., 521. 
Jo■^eph, 433. 
Judith. 43. 

Kate Mcl^ermont, 514. 
Laura J., 386. 
l,el)beus, 359. 
Lillic M., 359. 
Luis Sherman, 381. 
Lucy, 84. 
Lydia, 128. 
Maranda Brown, .\^l. 
Margaret M. (B.), 

Marl h a E. Lindscy, 

.359- 

Mary, 377. 

Mary P.ecket, 433. 

Mary Iv, 386. 

Mary Rhodes, 69. 

Malic (B.), 481. 

Muriel, 374. 

Peter, 481. 

Rhoda Collins, 521. 

Robert, (>), 70. 

Ruth, 97. 

Sally, K.>8. 

Samuel, 249, 381. 

Sarah, 307. 

Sarah A. Hitchcock. 
386. 

Sarah Gossclin. 249. 

Sherman S.. 38 1. 

Susannah, 96. 

Tacy, 30. 

Tanunismi W., 323. 

William, 69. 

William Sandford. 70- 

Willie J., 359- 
Robl. Leonard. 477- 

>Liry. 477. 
Rohr. .Amcli.i. 371- 

Joanna Brumcr, ^7^- 

Jolm. 371. 
Roicc, I-lmily. 200. 
Rollins. Caroline C. 484 
Rood. Albert J., 184. 

Ann. 184. 

Ann D. Newton, 184- 

Charles, 2S2. 



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Rood, Charles J., 282. Ross. Olib L.. 305. Si. Joliii, Ikiuy C, Ji^. 

Hoi)c Townbciid, i8.}. Tcleg, 122. John M., 371. 

James, 18.1. rrciiiicc (H.), J22. Mary (bj, 2S8, 37i- 

LauiKclot, 184- Kohcri W., 30$. Mary M., 37i- 

Laura PIiillii)>, 18-4. Sarah, 123. Mihon, 28.S, 371. 

Levi, 184. l^«^sImlIls.)Il, Lama, 368. Milton \V., 371. 

Lydi'a, 18.1. Kkusc, (.'aroliiic, 315. Nancy Wilce-x, 238. 

Mary A. Thurgate, K 1. w e 1 1, Catherine G., William E., 371. 

282. 3^5- • Saleshnry, Angii>ta, 167. 

Rosina V. ]■' u r r o w, Rowlantl, lUias, 420. Salisbury, C h a r 1 c s J., 

282. Grace M., 42. 453- 

Sally (.13.), 18 1. Harry, 419. ICllen R. I'.arbcr, 400. 

Sarah, 184. Lucinda J. (IL), 4I9- Liiph-^inia, 523. 

Root, Addie i' a r s o n s, Mary A. Parkerson, I'red R., 4<x). 

385. 420. lladarah J. Cross, 453. 

Calvin. 385. Rtjycc, Harriet N. (B.). Sarah Allen, 453. 

Liilic J.^ -is-,. 172. Thcron. 453. 

Nancv (BJ, 213. Henry, 17^'. Sallunsiall, Abbic Lewis, 

Rodney. 213. RiiK^les, Louise, 488. 69. 

Ropes, Sarah, 40-'. Kunibic, G. W.. 38<). Dudley. Oj. 

Rose, Abrain, 449. Mary I'. Rogers. 38^). hVances, &). 

Adelaid Ci. (!'••). .^^^J- Rumsely, Mary. (/). J-Vanccs (B.), 69. 

Anne, 44(). ivunnels. Caroline, 336. (iilberl, 07. 

Charles O., 387. Rmy, Eulela Barnes, Gurdun, O9. 

Cora L., 456. 4O0. Hannah, C-9. 

Evelyn, 444. Ora. 460. Harriet (B.), 67. 

George, 444. Ivussel. A. O., 528. Joshua, 69. 

Glovina Okndorf, 387. R. T., 52S. Rebecca Winlhrop, 69. 

Hortcnse, 449. l-lsthcr, 346. Sanbiirn. Betsy, 309. 

Jane. 435. hrcda, 430. Sandbcrg, Frederick W., 

Line M., 341. Maggie K. Knight, 528. 425. 

Lena R., 449. Nellie Dickens, 528. Mary (B.). 425- 

Maud B.. 444. Rust, Aniasa, 514. Sanders, Betsey, 487. 

Orion S.. 456. ICzra G.. 514. lilizabelh, 551. 

Waller G.. 3^7- 5<-itc H. (B.), 514. Tobias, xxii. xxv. 

Rosebush, Ainanila Kathcrine, 514. Sandford, Content, 82, 

(B.), 397. Marietta. 514. 108. 

George R., 397. Rutherford, George A., Klizabeth, 82. 

Jennie B.. 307- 487. John, 2. 

Rosccrans. H a n II a h E. Lillian ^L Brockway, Sands, Catherine, 436. 

IVenticc. 238. 487. William P., 436. 

Priscilla Whittaker, Ryan, Rozina. 214. Sanford, Content, 108. 

238. Rvlhur. Charles, 413. Charles, 457. 

William J., 238. George D., 413- John. 541, 542. 

Ross, Anne, 122. Jannic L Cutler, 413. Mary Burr, 457. 

Ebenczer, 305. Mary De Groot. 413. Mercy Langworthy 

Esther Burdick, 250. SalTonl. Eunice, 4i,)0. Collins Noyes, 108. 

Hannah, 75. 227. John, ^7. Sarah A., 457. 

Hannah Lewis. 122. Lydia, 57. Sapp, Dorliska, 256. 

Hannah Saunders, 123. Sarah I'lunib, 57. Sarle, Abigail P. (B). 

Isaac, 122. St. Clair. Henry R., 354. 257. 

James, 250. Maud L.. 354. Grace Warren, 257. 

Jane Walker. 305. Sarah E. ^tcDonald. Ida F.. 257. 

John. 23. 24. 75, 123. .354- Jordan, 2^7- 

I.ois, 250. St. Jnlni. Alice ^^. Cran- Libbie Logan, 257. 

Martha .■\. Livingston, dall, 288, 371. Thomas. 257. 

305. Corwall. 23S. Thomas II., 2S7. 

^fary, T22, 316. Dc Valois. 288. Willis C. 257. 

Mary (B). 122. De Valoise. 371. SatterKe, Amelia A., 

Mary L. (B.\ 30.V Elizabeth (B.), 238. 229. 
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Saltcrlcc, Cilia T., 228. 


Sawyer, Luke, 440. 


iJaiiu-., 228. 


Lydia C, 430. 


Edna 1-. Wliilc, 229. 


.Martha, .130. 


Julia A., 407. 


-Mary I). (.B.), 221. 


Mary, O3. 


Olive (B.J, 430. 


Sarah 1)., 40«. 


Sally ]■:., 430. 


Thankful (B.), 228. 


.Susan I).. 430. 


William, jj^). 


Theroii, S2K. 


Saunders, Addic Wells, 


Saver, AliHia 1)., 283. 


468. 


Anna, 28.j. 


Caroline A., 517. 


Benjamin, 147. 


Clark, i(>S. 


Charles, 284. 


Kdward. 21, 517. 


Delila, 284. ,. 


Eliza (HJ. 402. 


Deniza, 284. 


I'-lizahclh, 15. 


Kmaline, 278. 


Elizahclh (H.), 21. 


Euphrema, 284. 


Elizahclh rotter, 45. 


tieurge L)., 2.S3. 


Ella 13., 355. 


Jemne l'>., 283. 


ElUn A. (B.), 4C>7- 


Jesse A.. 283. 


Frances. 464. 


John. 284. 


Frank K., 507. 


Lewi.s, 28V 


Hannah, 123. 


Lvdia Davis, 278, 283. 


Harriet (B.), 462. 


Mabel Clark, 284. 


Hcnriclta L., 532. 


M.trgaret < B.), 283. 


Isaac, 4S. 84. 


Martha Ilardman, 284. 


Isabcllc Wells, 469. 


Mary M. Clement, 283. 


James M., 467. 


Moses, 2S^ 


M a r g a ret Williams, 


Orpha, 284. 


517- 


Rosa, 284. 


Martha Potter, 84. 


Sarah, H7, 284. 


Mary, 172. 


Sarah James, 147. 


Mary (B.), i(>S. 


Solomon, 278, 283. 


Mary E. Witter, 507. 


Walter, 28 v 


Mary L., 467. 


Sayles. .\Iablc E., ^Cj. 


Maud, 507. 


Scarriot, Phebe. 312. 


Mercy, 117. 


Scharbutc, Annie, 4^*0. 


Minerva, 380. 


I'^crdinand. ^(xj. 


Nettie, 467. 


Rosanna Met/. 4')0. 


PeUpr, 198. 


Schermerhtirn, Cornelia, 


Prudence (B.), 40. 


379; 


Sally RoRcrs. jy8. 


Harriet Swift, 297. 


Sarah, 26<;, 320. 


Jeremiah, 297. 


Susan, 102. 


Maria L., 320. 


Susan Putter Wells, 


Mary E., 297. 


84. 


Scheurcr. Marie. 514. 


Susanna. 211. 


Schlosser, Ennna (.B). 


Thankful. 206, 20S: 


279. 


Tobias, 15, 543. 5-4 .S- 


.Schmucker, Mary, 273. 


William, 40. 4^72. 


Schoonmaker, A a r n. 


Savage, James, .wi. 


4.^0. 


Mnria, 242. 


Lydia C. Sawyer. 430. 


So|)hia, 314. 


.Schuyler. Ellen Brad- 


Saw, Emma M.. 404. 


ford. 230. 


Sawyer, Adelaide. 430. 


Thomas. 230. 


Albert W.. 430. 


Scott. Alice Rol)bins, 


Delana, 430. 


329 


Eugene A.. 221. 


Brvan. '529. 


Harriet C. (B), 440. 


Cat her ine A. (B.), 


Jane M.. 527. 


.u^y 


John W., 430. 


Charles T., 496. 



Scott, Clara Ferris, 49O. 

Cornelia, 328. 

Earl B., 4'X'. 

Eliza, 118. 

ElizalK'lh, 378, 496. 

IClizabeih d. (B.;, 3J9. 

l-red 1-., 49'>. 

Giles, 329. 

Giles F., 4</). 

Grace Clark, 532. 

Irving N., 4'/j. 

James \V., >:S-- 

Loo S., 305. 

Loren R., 4()6. 

Marion L. Hathaway, 
.305. 

Nellie, 329. 

O. W., 305- 

Robert \V., 402. 

Washington, 329. 

Winifreil (j. Pomeroy, 
.402. 
Scripture, Mary (B.), 
336. 

]ieui)en. 336. 
Seaberry, J.'ine, 353. 
Seabury, .Sanuiel, 66. 
Seager, William, xi, xii. 
Seals, Homer W., 329. 

Nellie Scott, 329. 
Searl, Amanda, 276. 

Bct.sy, 159. 

Sarah. 159. 

Timothy. 159. 
Seaton, Alice, 172. 
Seavcr, Louisa O 1 n e y, 
450. 

Mary L., 450. 

William, 4^0. 
Scbcr. Eva, 288. 
Sechrist, Albert, 429. 

Hattie K. (B.), 4-'9- 

Sarah Piigwood, 429. 

William. 429. 
Seeley. ICleanor. 504. 

Meli>-a. 319. 
Sceman. Blanche K., 495- 
Seers. Ella .\1.. 319. 

James. 310. 

Kate Biifelow. 319. 

Mary ( B.), 319. 

Ran-om, 319. 

William A.. 319. 
•Segar. Elizabeth Tucker, 
261. 

Henry R.. x^^- 

Jane B.. 261. 

Jane P.radford, 33^- 

Joseph. 2()i. 

Lula (B.), 338. 



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Thomas, 338. 

W'ailc T., i^y. 
ScwartI, Chalks, 221. 

i:ila J. (B.). jJi. 
Sliackforcl, Charhs, 426. 

Lucy ]i., 426. 

Martha Bartltll, 426. 
S h a f c r, Klizabclli F. 
(H.), 4^0. 

I 'ra tic is J., 4C10. 

Joliii 1'., .j'')0. 

Rehocca, 460. 
Shaiiklaml. Frank, 40,5. 

Mary ( H.), 403. 
Shaiiiinii. Fmorv, .571. 

Mary I.. ( 15 ). ."?;i. 

Sarah C*.. ,V'<>. 
Shatlock, I'.miicc. 417. 
Shattuck, Harriet. 175. 
Shaven, Andrew, 480. 

Kiiocli. 480. 

Maria Ilartcr, 480. 

Mary ]•:. (B.), 480. 
Shaw, Alven F., 345. 

Amy F. (B.), 345. 

Aimis Andrews. 345. 

Celia 'J". Saltcrlcc, 228. 

Clicstcr R., 22S. 

Eden D., 345. 

Florence. 329. 

Harold F., 34 v 

Mary (B.). 150. 

Remington. 22S. 

Sylvanus G.. 159. 

Tacy Burdick. 228. 
Shear, (icrtnule, 4<)n. 

Jay C. 490. 

Sarali Brow, 490. 
Sheftield. Acors, 50. 

Fdnuind. 153. 

Elizabeth (B ), 93. 

Lois Cobh, 50. 

Nathaniel,, 315. 

Sally L. I. -3. 

Susannah Pcrrv, 151. 
Sheldon. Ada F. Wil- 
liams. 310. 

Arthur M.. 310. 

Climena. loi. 

Fli/ahcth. 81. 

F.unice. 517. 

Hiram, 310. 

Ida B.. 310. 

Isaac, 81. 
Jane. 179. 
Jenn'ma (B). 8r. 
Jemima Reynolds 
(B.). 44. • 



Index. 

Shcldnn, John, 81. 

Lydia Balam, 310. 

Mary F. (Bj.jio. 

Mary R., 434. 

Mehitable, 81. 

My run S., 310. 

Sarah, 70, 81. 
Shclcy, Alijcrt, 453. 

<-ii--'"'rge, 453. 
Shelland, Anna .M. (B.j, 
273- 

Luther J., 27V 
Shcl ley, i:ii/al.cih H. 

Averill, 453. 
Shcpard, M.iliel Luonii>, 
.TO. 

Mary J., .,04. 

\ erne L.. 3i(). 
.^^hopardMMi. Jo-ipji. Kk"-'. 

I.ucinda, i()8. 

Scrviah. i(m8. 

Scrviah Parker, i'>8. 
Shepherd, Albert, 529. 

Loa O., 329. 
Sherman. Albert, 229. 

Amanda Harrington, 
416. 

.Anna. \yji,. 

Anna Rogers. 287. 

C"iiarlotte. 287. 

Chloc, 306. 

D. W.. 419- 

David. 127. 

Fli/abelh Hemph i 1 1. 

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I'ainiy Burdick. 261. 
I'lorence. 416. 
Floyd C. 419. 
I'rank R.. 419. ' 
h'red \\'.. 419. 
Harley. 229. 
Hiram S.. 419. 
Tliddax. 262. 
Kaac. 481. 
I-abel. 223. 
Julia A.. .181. 
Julia A. Todd, 481. 
Lois. 381. 
Louise. 354. 
Martha Couchlin. 262. 
Mary A. CB.). 127. 
Marv n. rB"). 2^).-;. 
>rary F. CB.). 419. 
Mary F.. 2^n. 419. 
Niles. 261. 
Richard. 287. 
Ruth TTemphill. 220. 
Soiihroiii.i C n r t i s s. 

419. 
Thomas, 416. 



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Sherwin, John, 133. 
Rebecca S. Goodrich, 
133- 
Sherw(»od, ICsther (B.), 

74- 
John, 74. 
Mahala, 435. 
Rebecca, 91. 
Sbield.s, Julia, 241. 
Shipen, R. R., 458. 
S h i p p c n, JJessic IL 
lUount. 458. 
I'.upene R., 4^8. 
Shippie, i'.lla I." Bo.wcll. 
2C0. 
Fugene. 2^9. 
Sh i rk. IMti.i .M. R.-,n- 
dolph. 5ifi. 
1 larri-on K.. 516. 
Sholes, (barles, 259. 
1 larriet Fste. 2^9. 
Mary F. (B.),'259. 
Thomas. 259. 
Shorkley. Allen. 293. 
Harriet R. Burdick, 
2<;.v 
Shortridge. Mary. 466. 
Shortwcll. Kale .\L, 320. 
Shoultz, John. 278. 
Orpha L. Lijipcncott, 
278. 
Shurer. .A. Marie, 494. 
Shurllifl'e. Carrie. 311. 
.'~^hute. Maria. 216. 
.Shu y 1 c r, .Margaret V., 

230. 
Sibley, Abiiah, 174. 
Ann A.. 174. 
Celia. .S07. 
Edwin pi., ,307. 
Joseph C, 174. 307. 
Josephine. 307. 
Lucy F. (B.), 174. 
Lucy >Lacy. 174. 
Sigbee. Ivachel. 453. 
Sill. Fanny A.. 422. 
Siller. Mary. 221. 
S i 1 1 m a n. .Mice A. 
.'\(lams, 415. 
Frank L.. 415. 
Silver. Lida. 248. 
Silvey. .Annie Si.. ^320. 
Silvis. Louisa, t,^7. 
Thomas G., 357. 
Simon, FIKn. 471. 
John. 471. 
Xellie. 47 r. 
Simpkins. Ffhe, 282. 
J. W.. 3.10. 
Joseph, 282. 



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Simpkins, RclKCca Da- Slociim, Leslie H., 343. Smilli. ICIoihC li., 4I3- 

vis. 28J. KaclKl, 3f)9. jMiiclinc, 457. 

Susie A.. 339. Sarah, 48. Emily L. (H), 178. 

Simpson, Ik-rl, S^6. William. 3.13. EraMus. 47-'- 

BcsMC B., 526. Siocuinl., Cliarks, 85. Esther (U.), ij6, 1.7. 

Kmina J., 5:-'(J. Sly. John. 462. Etliel E., 505. 

lapheme, 526. Rclu-.ca, 462. Eunice. 173. 

; John, m'^). Small wood, Blanche Ezra C. 510. 

i Laura's. (B.), 526. (B.). 381. Fern (B.), 4^'9- 

* Mary JX, 526. Smallv, John, 96. J'rank B., 505. 

: William P.. 526. Martha Davis (B.), George B., 4.^H- 

Sims, Amelia. 239. 9^>. (Jcorgc ]•"., 178. 

Similar, lanlha A. (B.), Smalwooci. I-'Iorilla Kuh- Gertrude Ghuhcsicr, 

• 432. erls, 381. 505. 
Lawrence. .132. William K.. 3^'- ^'"ly. >^'^ 

Singleton. Ckrlrude ^L, Smart. Augusta Wicker, llamiah M. Anthony, 

306. 4.1^- 354- 

Siplev, Alice, 53^.. Carlos E.. 43^- Hannah \V. (!'-.), 179- 

Sisson. Alon/o. 'Mk Siiiitli. Ahigail. 67. Harriet, 480. 

I Ida ]•;.. 2O6. 48_'. Adaline Cory. 43S. Harriet lO. (Bj, 372 

John H., 170. Adeline Culler, Si'J. Harriet N.. 127. 

Lucy H. (U.), 170. Alfred. 305. Hariiettc B.. 4-'"- 

Patience Allen. 2C)6. Almond. 428. Henry L., 351. 

Skellic, Ehenczer, 416. Amarillis (B.). 4'jo. Horace, 179, AOo. 

Elorence, 171. Amy (B.). 248. Huhhard, 457. 

Harriet (1^). M*^- Ann Coflin, 510. Irving. 292. 

Henry, 140. Ann E. King, 505. Isaac IL, 4^>8. 

James, 171, 416. Anna C, 127, 510. James J., 276. 

; Janctt Dorg, 416. Anna ^L (B.), 4^)8. Jessie, 337. 

' Minnie G.. 416. Anna Teflt, 337. Jnhn. 159. 

'' Sarah J. (B.). 416. Annie K., 505. Joseph, 63. 

Skelton, Adclia Carson, Augusta W. (B.), 443. Joseph E., 372. 

333. Bennni, 61, 63. Joseph G., 43S. 

Skinner, Alfred, 141. Bertha A.. 401. Josephine, 490. 

A Eliza J. Catlin, 499. Bethiah (B.), 428. Joshua, 63. 

I Esther, 45C. Betsey (B.), 159. Katlierinc L.. 443- 

;■ Lois Hyde, 499. Bryaic. 443. Keziah, 100. 121. 

Newell" K.. 499. Carrie B.. 490. Lafayette. 402. 

1^' Rachel (B.), 141. Charles 4''0. 51 1- Lavina F. Furrow, 

'4 Thomas, 400. Charles G., 420. 276. 

I Sladc, ICnuna. 3M- Charles V.. 127. Levi, 43S. 

f Slater, Delilah R. (B.), Charles W., 420. Lucinda J. (B.), 410. 

416. Christiana. 106. Lucinda Winter, 178. 

James. 417. Cora L.. 431. Lucius, 401. 

Samuel. 417. Cvrus P.. 443- Lydia, 245. 

Thankful Phillips 417- Dalton A., 354. Lydia Cutter, 3?4- 

Sleight, Edward, 304. Daniel, 173, 354. Lydia Ivood, 184. 

Emily, 304 David. 127. M. G., 248. 

Marie. 304 Dell CB.). 202. Margaret. loi. 

Sliter, IvTary J.. 22;. Deon B.. 302. Martha. 127. 

Sloan. Augustus, :;o4. ])esire Denison. f^8. Mary. ()i. 170. 

Sloane, Julia Voris. 504. Edmund B.. 438. Mary (B.). 4.1''^- 

Lillian A.. 504. Edward. lOi. Mary Deni-on, 91. 

S locum, Alhertinc S. Edward A., 428. Marv F., 127. 

I Irish. 343. Elijah. 178. >Tary H. (B.). 49-- 

j Edgar R., -143. T'.lizabeth. T^>o, 2-2. Marv Peck. 173. 

' Emmet. .343. Fli/aheth rB."). 63. Mary T. (B). I9T. 

Fannv, Ol. Eli/aheth Bucklev. 443. 'NTarv W.. 403. 

Floyd H.. 343. Elizabeth C. (B.). 505. Melvin. 42S. 

Jane A. C'urtis, 343. Elizabeth M., 127. Nathan. 63. 91. 



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Nellie M., 4(jo, 510. 
Norman, 510. 
Olivia li., 185. 
I'iiilii» 11., 490. 
kcliecca, 454. 
Rebecca A., 230. 
Klioda, 143, 370- 
Koxanna Jackson, 457. 
kuth A. (li.). 30^. 
Kulli Niciiois, 4(^. 
R u t li Pcndleli>n, 61, 

63. 

Sal>ra, 511. 

Sarali, 297, 392, 47S. 

Sarah A. (15.), 401. 

Sarali Jiuod, 1.S4. 

Slicpard C, 401. 

Sidney, 337. 

Solomon, 184. 

Soplironia C li u r c h , 
J 84. 

Stephen, 126, 127. 

Velina A. Barber, 400. 

Uriel, J84. 

Wait Mauran, 185. 

Wayland A., 354. 

William, 63, 184, 292. 

William A., 400. 

William O., 127. 
Snapp, Aliram, 518. 

Caroline Cummings, 
518. 

Cassie M. (B.), 518. 

Donald C, 518. 

J. Gaylord, 518. 

James B., siS. 

Reba K., 518. 
Snell. Althea H.. 3^)r. 

Frances E. B. Bolton, 
361. 

Fred C, 361. 

Fred W.. 3^Ji. 
Snider, FJith L., 410. 
Snow, Luella E., 450. 

William G., 450. 
Snyder, Ann Rich, 405. 

Augustus. 405. 

Fliza, 274. 

lunma, 405. 

James, 382. 

Jennie M. (B.^. 3C>S. 

Marv A. Collins, 3S2. 

William. 368. 
Sosoa, Indian chief, 3. 
Sowles, David, 247. 

Mersula. 247. 
Spade. Ilaimah. 289. 
Spaldinpc. I.owell, 71. 

Philip, 71. 



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Spalding, Susanna 
(jncii, 71. 
'Ihanktul Waterman, 

71. 

S p a u I d i n g, Alexan- 
der, 388. 

I^abellc 11., 388. 

Lydia, 300. 

Marv, 3C)0. 

Relxcea Miller, 388. 
Spence, 11. M., 110. 
Spencer, Addic E. Reed, 

359- 

Agnes Spill, 510. 

Arthur J,., 359. 

Charles K., 510. 

Charles Jl., 359. 

l''dith Fish. 510. 

Edward, 428. 

I'rank 1 1., 359. 

h'raiik L., 359. 

1 lannah, 261. 

Horace !•"., 510. 

jiilin J., 209. 

Julia, 165. 

Lily M.. 359. 

Louisa G. (B.), 3S9. 

Mary A. (B.), 209. 

Marv L., 359. 

Pcarlinc (B.), 428. 

Sadie C. Wood, 359. 

Samuel W., 359. 
Sperry, Emily, 458. 

Henry, 458. 
S p i c c r, Anna O. Bur- 
dick. 373. 

Clarence W., 373. 

Content, 373. 

Content Potter, 373. 

Cornelia (B.), 373. 

Hannah. 212. 

Harold W., 373. 

John G., 373. 

Jo-^eph, 373. 
Sjiill. Ai^nes. 510. 
Spindlrr. I-ldward. 513. 

ICsther M. Chichester, 

51.1- 
Spoon, Julia. 248. 

Orange, 24S. 
Sprague. .Mibie, 403. 

.\rminda. 434. 

Deborah. 300. 

Esther, 183. 

John. 141. 

Jonathan. 447. 

T,vflia (B.). 141. 

Mercy. 447. 

.Sal lie, 447. 

Silas, 403. 



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Sprayth, Estella, 402. 

M., 402. 
Siiringe, Thumas, xiii. 
Springer, Ella A., 380. 

Samuel C, 380. 
Squires, Almira (B.), 

167. 
Stacey, Phebc, 306. 
.Slack, .Sanniel, 54O. 
StalTurd, Deborah, 60. 
Stakv. Julia A. (B.), 
1^8. 

William. 158. 
Staiulard, Annie, 516. 
Stanhope, CJertrude, 353. 
Stanley, Cynthia, 53O. 
Stanton, Albert W., 250. 

Alvin, 303. 

Amariah, 1S9. 

Amelia, 125. 

Amelia (B.), 125, 316. 

Amos, 125, 316. 

Aima, 64. 

Annie L., 437. 

Augustus, 87, 250. 

Azariah, 50. 

B. I'Vank, 437. 

Blandina, 392. 

Bridget, 71, 162. 

Calvin P., 471. 

Caroline, 125. 

Caroline S.. 316. 

Catherine Sands, 436. 

Cornelia, 392. 

Daniel. 19, 26. 

Demsey, 64. 

Dolly, 115. i8g. 

Dorothy Whiijple, 189. 

Edith D., 471. 

Edmund, 391. 

Edmund D., 391. 

Edwin, 218. 

Elizabeth. 148, 256. 

Elizabeth Bacon. 26. 

E 1 m i r a Mendenhali 
303. 

Emma D. (B.). 471. 

Eniiua W. Stark. 218. 

l-lsther. 74. 

I'.tta. 359. 

Eunice Crandall, S7, 
250. 

Experience Barber, 
3W. 

Fannie P.. 437. 

Frances A. (B.). 218. 

George A.. 436, 437. 

George D., 23. 

Georgia. 391. 

Hannah, 30, 125. 



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Stanton, llaiiiiali Lord, Stark, Clark, .308. Stillinan, Barton, 289. 

24. Daniel, 3aS. Jk-njainin, 84, ijS. 

Hannah Stanton, 125. JMliili M. M-.-iclic-r, 308. Carcjl, 4.'0. 

Harriot Aldriili, 4^7. i'.iiinia \\'., -'iS. Carrie l^o\vcr>, 300. 

Harriot H., 437. l-'silier, 30S. C liarles A., 300. 

Hostt-r Gallup, t^^. Miiuiic A.. 30S. Cliloc Sliorinan, 506. 

Hosoa, 125. Willard. 30.S. ( lara E., 3o_'. 

John, 125. Starkuoatlur, Almira, Clara l.aiij^ucrihj , 

Joseph, 23, 24. 26, 30, 270. 302. 

33. 74, S7. Amos, j7((. Clarissa, 2S7. 

Kate S. 437- IJi/alielh I'.enjainin, UclM.rali (l'.),i)H. 

l.odowick, 125. 270. Desire, <>S. 

l,ouis, 3(ji. Mary, 427. l-jKvard A.. 397. 

Louis L., 301. Sarah, 431). I'-iher V. (H.), 300. 

1-ouise (B.), 3(jl. Starns, Susannah, iijg. lulian, \Ck). 2S7. 

Lucy, 34, 33S. Starr, Fanny J>., 254. ICunice. (/», 192. 

Lucy B. (B.), 216. States, Mary A.. 213. l-zra. (>X. 

Marlborough. 2^0. Sleaduian. Anna, UiS. Georj^^c K., y^o. 

Martha IL (B.), 250. ]>abel (B.), 43. ' Hannah. ^X^. ?.K\. 

Mary, (j.\, 127. James, 43. Haltic Miteliell, 300. 

Mary (B.), ly. 26, i'.j. Philemon. 52. IL'izel. 420. 

Mary Chamiilin, 74. S.irah (B.), 52. Jams. 302. 

Maiy ]•'., 437- Waitc (B.), 261. J.irvis, (jS. 

Mary E. Thomi)snii, William. 2(11. Jenetle Denison, 2S7. 

125. Steam. M.iry. 2S5. Jolui, 84. 

Mary Lane. 391. Stearns, Mary. 159. John T.. 2S7. 

Mary Wilcox, 26. Stehhins, 1' o 1 1 y (B.), Jonathan. 34.S. 

Nathaniel G., 437. 132 Joseph. (>'). 

Pauline i')ixon. 391. Steele. James IC. ^36. Lucile. 420. 

Phincas, 68. 218. Sarah A. (B.), 536. Lucy. 282. 

Priscilla, 391. Stephens, Almon, 370. Lucy A., 300. 

Prudence, 126. Anna (IL), 105. Lucy A. T'rentice, 420. 

Rebecca, 24. 36. Caroline, 427. Lnen. 300. 

Robert, 24. 64. lumice. 370. Lydia Si)anlding, 300. 

Samuel, 218, 392, 471. K/ra. 105. ^iaria L.. 506. 

Sarah, 33. 90. Henry, 105. Marion. 420. 

Sarah B.. 390- L. H., 370. Martha. 192. 

Sarah M. Brown. .}36. Susan (B.). 370. Mary, 84. 

Sarah T. Patterson, Wealthy Williams, Mary A., 348. 

471. 105. Mary V... i6q. 

Sophronia, 125. Stevens, Bry.in K., 520. Mary Potter. 84. 

Stiles, 216. 391. F,hcn. 520. Mary Spanldincr. 300. 

Susan. 125. ICunice. 415. Matthew. 397. 

Susanna Champlin, I'.velena B.. 520. Nancv. r)8. 

I2S. Marv. 210. Nathaniel. 98. 

Susaniiali. 26. Mr.. 78. Oliver D.. q8. 

Susannah Cobb. ,0. Rachel (B). 78. Phehc Carr. 34S. 

Thankful. 123. Stewart. Ida. 283. Polly. 204. 

Thomas. 5. 30. yrt. Mary. 283. Polly Lewis, 160. 

Triphcna Brown. 125. William A.. 505. •■ • Polly Newherry. 98. 

Viruinia. 391. Stilcnn. Harriet. 381. Ruhannah. 08. 

William F.. 301. S'ilcs. Adole C. 434. Ruth P.urdick. f)8. 

S t a p p. Caroline F.. Arminda Sprapuc. 434. S. C. 420. 

Tucker. 463. HoUis. 434. • Saberah, (X). 

Guy, 463. Mary. 442. Sally. 377. 

Lncv. sU. Stillman. Adam. 300. Samuel. 306. 

Persi<"W. (?./). ^n^ Ad. Ibert M.. 307. Sarah. f>8. 

Wvatt B.. 4(13. Alfn.l T.. 420. S.ir.ih Brown. 130. 

Stark. Amanda M. (B.), Amanda (V>.). 397. Su-an. -^40. 

308. Annette B. (B.), 289. Susan Burdick. 98. 



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Slillman, Tln-icsa Clark, 

420. 
Stiinpson, Anna V.., 5:23. 
StinalT, IClkn Wliitncy, 
25O. 

F.niily IMiin, 25(1 

Utiiry \V., 256. 

Lydia lUitton, 256. 

MarcUa Looniis, 236. 

^la^ia. 256. 

Mary L. Dav, 25^. 

Sally (B.).23.v 

Sylvanus P., 256. 

William, 255. 
Stoddard, 1). K., i^'i. 

Enoch, ',20. 

Kcziah Sm i t li (P..). 

121, 

Sarah Alim, 526. 
Stone, Adi-lbcrl A., 418. 

Alva J., 311. 

Carrie E. Kiddi.ll, 311. 

Celia, 304- 

Cilda IMatttrson, 353. 

David, 418. 

Delia, 418. 

Eli/ahcth A., 511. 

Elizabeth Ahny, 353. 

Elizabeth H. (B). -'58. 

Fanny Moore, 245. 

George, 258. 

Hannah' Eaincs, 176. 

Horatio A., 353. 

Jennie A., 418. 

Marion, 24=;. 

Mary A. (B.\ 4'^- 

Matlhcw, 176. 

Nathan, 353. 

Samuel, 245. 

Sarah, 176. 
Storrs, Richard. 217. 
Story, Martha. 100. 
Stout. Y. 1 i z a b I h D. 
Hoflinan, 157. 

Milton. 157. 
Stover, Catherine. 431. 

Joel, 431. 

John, 431. 

Maria, 271. 

Stella M. (P.). 4-U. 

Vernon R.. 43'- 
Stowc. Alzina, 311. 

David. 176. 310. 

Elizabeth, 17'''. 

Elizabeth Crosier, 
310. 

Hannah A. (V>.), 176. 

Ecwis S.. i7''>. 

Eucy, 155. 

^^aria, 310. 



Siitwe, Sylvia, 173. 

Stowell. Albert. 454. 
Harriet L. (Ji. ), 454- 
Julia A. Haff, 454- 
Mary JC. Hooi'^^r, 454. 

Strait, Eydia. 374. 

Stranburg, Henry R., 

4ys. 

Mary S. lirown, 495. 
Sirealor, Clarissa, 440. 
Slrickhmd. l-'rank, 491. 

Cicorge, 491. 

Juliet (15.), 491- 
St rong, Sarali, 254. 

'rimolhy. 254. 
S t r u Ilk, H.iiui.ih (I'..), 

181. 
Stuart, IClizalteth, 180. 

Julia E. Eangworlhy, 

505- 

Mary, 231, 259. 
Sturges. Alida. 410. 
Stuttevant, Planchc S., 
474- 

J. C, 474- 

Mary Tuttle, 474. 
St vies, Esther, k8. 
Sulida. Mabel, A(y(). 
Sullivan, Ella A. (B.), 
308. 

William. 368. 
Sunnier. Caroline D. 
(B.). 4S0. 

Charles, 489. 

Fred E.. 489. 

Hattic E, 489. 

Sarali Plumb. 115. 
Sutton. Cornelius, 96. 

Judith CB.), 96. 

Sarah, 15S. 
Swain. Alniira W a i t c, 

.•^95- 

E'lward. 395. 

Flora E.. 39?. 
Swan. Plicbc, ^2. 

Phebe A.. 3^- 
Sweet, Amy (B). 144. 

Aniv (B.), Andrews, 

S3. 
Berlba (B.V 452. 
Charles. 444. 
Delia M. ^f^^. 
Fti^cbia Maxson, 468. 
Florilla. 2in. 
Harold. A'-<2. 
Harriett e .\. (B.). 

2.38. 
Tames, 144. 
Tohn. 444. 
Martha Cardiier. 444. 



S w e e t, Mary Nichols, 

444- 

Newton, 452. 

Perry, 4O8. 

Sanuicl, 8?. 

Sarah (B.), 83. 

Walter E. 258. 
Swift, Emily E. (B.), 
3-i4- 

Ceorgc H.. 324- 

Harriet, 297. 

.Mary Swineburn. 387. 
Swing. Eizzic, 47f>. 
Swilzcr, Eouisa T. Wil- 
bur, 360. 

Peter, 3f>o. 
Sylvester, Alice S. (B.), 
3r»8. 

Alma, 478. 

Charles. 368. 
Tabor. Augusta Pierce, 

4C>.r 

H. A., AGy. 

Euella R. (B.), 4^'3- 

Marv E., .343- 

N. M., 463. 

Persis A.. 4<')3- 
Taft. Caleb. 505. 

Eli/abeth, 400. 

Ethel E. Smith. 505. 

Ccorgc C, 505. 

1 lenry. 400. 

Eydia, 265. 

Maria 1 farris. 505. 
Talbot. Alice. 443- 

Clara A. Cory. 443. 

Ruhannah Den i s o n, 
98. 

Theodore. 443- 

Wheaton. r>8. 
Taliman. Beniainin. 451- 

Katherinc E.. 443- 

Sarah Ander<;on. 443. 

Sarah C. 451. 

Sarah Dcimi<. 4?i- 
Tanner. .X 1 m i r a (B.). 

137- 
Amanda, l^'^. 
Barrodell (B.). ^'3- 
E.. 137. 

Frances y\. (B). 131. 
Tliram. 131. 
Tobn. ^n. 
Eois (B.E 63. 
>rarv. r.v 
^Tarv (P..). T3. 
^Tr.. 13. 
Stephen. C'l^. 
T.nrbov. C.deb. 370. 
Malinda. 370. 



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Tarbox, Rlioda Smith, 

370. 
Tarpciiiiig, l^abcll Hill, 

Taylor, Abigail Gardner, 

345- 
Ainus li., 3^5, 446. 
Amy Laiidplicrc, 446. 
Anna, 446. 
Benjamin F., 446. 
Byron C, 345- 
Candis L., 501. 
Charles, 281, 345. 
Charles C, 422. 
Christiana Groat 

(B.). 191. 
Daniel A., 345, 446. 
Edith Cranor, 240. 
Eli/abctli, 2^0, 422. 
Kli/abcth (13.), 240. 
Elizabctli C'nndall, 345. 
Elizabelli R i c h a r d s, 

422. 
Emily J-an(!i)liore, 446. 
Erank II., 240. 
Frank P., 528. 
GeorKC II., 339. 
George S., 240. 
Georgia, 326. 
Hannah A. Cundall, 

345- 
Hannah Cimdcll, 446. 
Hannah Plainer, 528. 
Harrv, 191. 
Hazel A., 528. 
Henrietta Van Patlcn, 

34S. 
Henrv B.. 446. 
Huldah (B.). 745, 446. 
Huldah M.. 446/ 
Isaac B.. q8. 
J. D.. 2^,6. 
James V.., 240. 
Job, 34'. 
John it.. 348. 
Kate T.. 422. 
Laura, 240. 
Leon a M., 528. 
IJlIie. 446. 
Lizzie, 265. 
Liizern, 528. 
Lydia, 325. 
Lvdia Taft, 265. 
Mary. 345. 505. 
Mary A.. 166. 
^Tarv Wilhor. 240. 
Ornha L. (B.>. 249. 
Phincas R., 528. 
Ralph v.. 340. 
Ro.-^a L. (B.), 281. 



Index. 

Taylor, Rnhaimah Still- 
man, 9X. 
Sarah, 240. 
Sarah E. Langwurlhy, 

339- 
Sarah J., 422. 
Sarah M.. 266. 
Viola O. (B.), 528. 
William, 240. 
William T., 240. 
Teal, Arthur R., 437. 
Jane C. (B.), 437. 
Teed. I-aimy L, 338. 
Lebbeu'^. 338. 
Letitia I'aRC, 338. 
Tefft, Anna, HT. 
George, 83. 
Isabel, 19. 
Jessie, 211. 
Mary. 83. 

Susanna Saunders, 
211. 
Templar. Ida, 305. 
James. 305. 
Jane I'lansburp, 305. 
Temi)le, Garrie, 337. 
T e m i> I e t o n. J o s c - 
phine Burdick. 411. 
Willi.im K., 411. 
Ten Brooke, Charles, 
424. 
Mary C. (B.). 424. 
Tenhrook, Cynthia Dun- 
ham, 2>?)^- 
Tcnney. Jeremiah. 50. 
Susannah Cobb Stan- 
ton, 50. 
Tericker, Mary. 513. 
T e r r V, Marv Stewart, 

283. 
Tcrwilliger. Eliza, 473. 
Thatcher. Peter. 27. 
SafTord. 340. 
Sarah L. Langworthy, 
340. 
Thayer, Elizabeth Ken- 
yon. 264. 
George K.. 264. 
Helen. •\20. 
Martlia E. (B.). 264. 
Mary H.. 447. 
Russcl, 264. 
Sarah P., 264. 
Thresher. .\ n n i e Hay- 
ward. 34f'>. 
Asahel. 34^. 
Cali<;fa V. Potior. s^G. 
Lvdia M. Handy. 346. 
Mabel S.. 346. 
Seneca, 346. 



Thomas, Abigail (B.), 
386. 

Edward B., 442. 

Edward S.. 442. 

Eleanor, 287. 

Gardner, 287. 

Harriet, 445. 

John, 4.}2. 

Kalhcrine, 442. 

Libbie, 250. 

Mary E. iBj. 442. 

Mary Stiles, 442. 
Thorn, Betsy Leonard, 
202. 

ALary, 500. 

Melissa, 202. 

Richard, 202. 
Thorngate, A r 1 o i c n a 
Crandall, 236. 

George T.. 236. 

Henry, 236. 

Lorcnda Crandall, 236. 

Mary A.. 282. 
Thompson, Abigail, 29. 

Albert L., 499. 

Alice, 41. 

Anna, y7> ^i- 

Anna (B.). 123. 

Anna Ralhbon, 124. 

Annie M., 244. 

Barbara, 367. 

Benjamin. 499. 

Briciget, 41. 

Bridget Berry, 210. 

Charles J., 423. 

ClifTord B., 499. 

Cynthia, 259. 

Eiias, 123. 

Eliza. 529. 

Emeline. 210. 

Fanny. 212. 

Hannah. 122. 

Helen A., 423. 

Irving H., 490. 

Isaac. 29. yj, 4^- '--• 
547- 

Jene. 306. 

Jennie J. (B.). 409. 

John. 41. 124. 210, 423. 

To'iluia, 00, 54S. 

Julia. 204. 

Tulia Bcebe, 422. 

Laura Quinby, 423. 

Maria. '^07. 

Maria L. (B.\ 4-3- 

Mary. 37, 40. 90. 

Mary F... 12?. 42.'- 

Mary Holmes. 20 

Myron W.. 423. 

Nancy (B.), 124. 



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KusscI B., 422. 
Sar.ih (Bj, 39. 
Sarah L., 423. 
Sarali Slaiitun, 90. 
Sarali \V^•^tlall, 423. 
Scbra, 118. 
Susanna, 49. 
Thankful S taut o n, 

Victla F.., 423. 
William, 124. 
Thurbcr, Kditli M. (P..), 

257- 
Edward I., 257. 
Klizahclh Hull, 272. 
Jane A., 272. 
Lois A., 272. 
Samuel, 272. 
Tinirston, Jeremiah, 89. 
Mary K., 501. 
Phcbo, in. 
Sally (B.), 89. 
Tibbie, 13radlord, 213. 

Julia (B.), 213. 
Ticft, Dorcas (B.), 5i- 
Tiffany, Ellinda, 293. 
Henrietta, 146. 
Maria B., 146. 
Sarah, 146. 
TilTt, Fanny, 118. 
John, 118. 
Mary, 118. 
Tift, Alana, 131. 
Arline E., 131. 
Esther, ni. 
Esther (B-), 131. 
^^artha M., 131. 
Mary L... 131. 
Robert, 131. 
Sarah Potter, 131. 
Tiilinfihasf, Louise B., 
391- 
William H., 391. 
Tilly. Elizabeth, 40. 

John, 40. 
Tinkham, Amanda H., 
219. 
p. W.. 219. 
Titsworth, B m c 1 i n e 
Lanpworthy, 340. 
Frank. 340. 
Titus, Ada ^^.. 407. 
Almira Whcnton. 418. 
H. Allen, 41S. 
Julia A.. 418. 
LoviHa (B ), 418. 
Lvmaii. 418. 
Willie H., 41S. 



Index. 

Todd, Hiram, 184. 

James, 500. 

Julia A., 481. 

Louise Hartman, 500. 

Lydia Church, J84. 

Sarah E., 500. 
T(jlwell, Call, 140. 

Lucy (B.), 140. 
Tombs, Henry, 440. 

Mary, 440. 

Nancy j-arland, 440. 
Tompkins, Betsey, 189. 
Toop, Alice L, 4^0. 
Tinirjee, John, 228. 

Nancy (B.), 228. 
'J'ownsand, Katie, 459. 

Lizzie M. (B.), 304. 

^L l'2velyn, 304. 

Mary, 145. 

Vernon, 304. 
Townscnd, B y r o n S., 
304- 

Hope, 184. 
Townson, Maretta, 1^3. 

W^iltcr. 153. 
Tracers, Eva ^L Cough- 
lin, 413. 

John, 413. 

Robert. 413. 
Tracey, Houplas, 332. 

Sarah Barnes, 332. 

Sarah N., 332. 
Tracy, Cora j. ]'>ell, 1 77. 

b'dward, 177. 

Martha P. (B.), 212. 

Silas, 212. 
Trainer, Priscilla. 358. 
Treat, Elizabeth Lap- 
ham, 261. 

Robert. 41. 
Tredwell, Aaron. 459. 

Helen, 450. 
Trevorrah, Elizabetli A., 

375- 

Richard. 375. 
Tripp. Tames. <^4C^. 

Lois E. (B.)". 262. 

Mercy Lawton. 546. 

Sarah, 489. 

Su^^aniia. 4'. 

Thorn.TS, 262. 
Trobrid^rc. Rebecca E., 
28 r. 

Rlinda A.. 2^0. 

\'i.nnna (B.L 281. 

William. 281. 
Tri>lt. Alice A.. 441. 

Alice C. CB.L 441. 

Eli7a Whitney. 441. 

James, 44T. 



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Troll, Jolui W., 44 »• 
T r o w b r i d fj c, Mary 
Stuart, 259. 

William, 259. 
True, JeSi,ie, 405. 
Truman, Abbyc E., 167. 

Adelbert W., 167. 

A ujjTU s t a Salcsbury, 
167. 

Daniel, 98. 

Huldali (B.). 1O7. 

Josephine, 167, 475. 

Nancy Slillman, 98. 

William M., 167. 
Trumbel, Phila, 293. 

Harriet, 392. 
Truslow, Annie G. (B.), 

504- . 

Frederick, 504. 

James, 504. 
Tubbs, Harriet, 453. 
Tucker, Abncr, 215, 388. 

Anson, 463. 

Belle C. l-angworthy, 

504. 
Byron B., 178. 
Caroline E., 463. 
Charles E., 51^). 
Charles O.. 3S9. 
Cora W. Robbins, 389. 
Cynthia N. (B.), 141. 
Edith. 451. 
Elizabeth, 261. 
Florence, 388. 
Florence Pratt. 389. 
George A., 389, 504. 
Gurdcn L., 141. 
Tlorace, 4^1. 
Hubert, 3^- 
Tne?: A. (B.), 516. 
Joshua. 20. 
T,aura Luther, 3R8. 
Laurcne O.. 389. 
l^fartha Btirdick. 4=^1- 
Mary A. (B.). 178. 
yUrv (B.). 215. 
Phebe E., 388. 
Tupper. Flora E. (B.), 

374- . 

Frederick, 374. 
Turlintrton. Hortensc 
Rose, 449. 

L. 440. 
Turner. Sarah B.. 403. 
Tuttle. ^Tarv, 474. 
Tvler. Sophia. 2')>. 
I'ndvke. Elinor, 411. 

Mary E.. 411. 

M'ary E. Lisbce, 41 T. 

Susan A., 411. 



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llpdykc, William, .in. 
II p j o h n, l';iizahfili A., 
244. 

Mary I'crry, 2.\\. 

Rjcliard, 244. 
Upton, C o r 11 cl i a A. 
(B.), 40^- 

James, 402. 

Sarali Koi)cs, 402. 

Win^Iow, 402. 
Utter, Atlalaid, 4()S. 

Anil li., 371. 

Eliza A. (IJ.). 371. 

Elizabeth L. li r o w n, 

484.. 

I'rancis A., 371. 

George 11., 4^4- 

Juliette Major, 173. 

Mary, :^^o. 
Vail, Frank, 163. 

Tacy L. Palmer, 1(13. 
Valentine, Charlotte, 

435- 
George, 435. 
Luey, 435. 
Van Antwerp, Cornelius, 
232. 
Mary, 137. 
Mary E.. 410. 
Susan (B.). 232. 
Van Bergen, Maria. 275. 
Van lUiren, Mary, 275. 
Van Buskirk, Benjamin, 
22Q. 

Benjamin S., 408. 
Carrie I.. 4a^. 
Celia (B.), 229. 
Eliza J., 229. 
Emeline, 408. 
Eva R. Cook. 408. 
Floyd. 408. 
Mary. 270. 
Vandenl)rick, Luc in da 

(B). 264. 
Van Denhurg, Henrietta, 

461. 
Vandcnburg, Nancy, 

169. 
Vandcnhurgh, Frances 
T. (B.). 425. 
Frederick .\., 425. 
Frederick E.. 425. 
Mary G. Richardson, 
425. 
Vanderhoof. CIi;irles A., 
=;o2. 
Cora ^r. (B.), ?02. 
Guy N., 502. 
Van Derzee. Cornelius, 
27.';. 



Index. 

Van Dcrzcc, l)a\ id, 275. 
Eliza, 275. 
Hester, 27v 
Hester (B.), 275- 
Maria Van Ikirgen, 

275- 
Veeder, 275. 
Van Devenier, Cyrus C, 

55 «• 
Van Ilnrn. A. Jay, 281. 
Ai, 2S4. 
Almira, 150. 
Amaranda I,(>()fi>firn, 

2H4. 

Amy, 279. 

Athalia A., 2S4. 

Bernard, 2S4. 

Carrie E. (15.), 285. 

Clara L., 285. 

Clara L. Van Horn, 
285. 

Christopher C, 284. 

J-.lizaheth (B.). 283. 

Elizahelh Davis, 284. 

1"". valine. 277. 

i-'veline A. Davis, 280. 

James R., 283. 

Job. 280. 28 ^ 

John B.. 284. 

Joseph T., 285. 

Leon, 2i83. 

Leonard A., 285. 

Lewis. 277. 

Lizzie. 285. 

Lucy Furrow, 285. 

M.. 280. 

^L'lleta A.. 284. 

Malinda Davis, 285. 

Marion, 28^. 

Martha (B.), 284. 

Mary Davis. 279. 

ATinerva. 27(1, 279. 

Minnie. 28V 

Olive L. (B.\ 281. 

Orel. 285. 

Prudence Davis. 28^ 

Ruth. 285. 

Sarah Furrow. 277. 

Svlvanus D.. 28;. 

Ulvsses S.. 285. 

William. 270. 280. 
\'an Xostrand, Elizabeth 
Armstrong. 497. 

Emma, 497. 

Henry D.. 497- 
Van Nov. Acnes L.. 339. 

Eva B. (J\.). 330. 

Peter V., 339. 
Van P.itten. Adam C, 
348. 



\'an Patten, Henrietta, 
J48. 

Maria Groot, 348. 

Margaret 1., vi. 
Van 'line, Sarah E., 334. 
Van Valer, Jane, 333. 
Vanveiehten, John, 333. 
Vanviehten, Lydia (]i.), 

335- 
Van \ ietcn, Nora. 465. 
Van Volkcnburg, Kalli- 

crine, 409. 
Van W'ic, i-'rances, 318. 
Vars, Dorcas, 293. 
Vaugn. William, 3. 
N'eatch, Arthur C, 523. 
Caroline H. Evan s, 

523- 

Eliza Anderson, 410. 

H.irry, 410. 

Henry P... 410. 

J.imes. 410. 

Mary K., 410. 

Mary K. (B.). 410. 
Vcdder, Martha Fen, 

98. 
\'incent, Albert O.. 

Annie G. (B.), 3^2- 

Christopher S., 382. 

David, 382. 

Joshua, 211. 

Lucy A. (B.), 211. 

Oran, 211. 
Vinton, I'amiie, 273. 
Violet, Thankful. 29. 
Voorhes. Eleanor. 167. 
Voris. Julia. 504. 
Vosburgh, Cornelius. 
156. 

Mary. 156. 165. 
Voso. Abigail. 27. 28. 

Charles, 12=;. 

Delight (B.). 124. 12?. 

Edward, 27. 28. 

Eliza S., 213. 

Harriet, 379- 

Henry, 28. 

Joshua. 379. 

Lemuel. 12^. 213. 

Marv A. States. 2I3- 

Robert, 28. 

Sarah, xxviii. 27. 

Sarah Berry. 379- 

Sophia. 12'. 

Thonias. 28. 
Wade. Edith. 4.^8. 

Jarcd. 308. 

Tohana. 48-0. 

Laura C. 308. 

Rhoda, 71. 



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' Wadswortli, Chloc, 255. Wallace, Jaiu-. 101. \V a t c r in a 11, Grace E. 

; Clara (H.), vi. Mary McCicllaii, 101. Malhcwb, 395. 

j Clara E. (.li.), 259. Wallcy, llaiiiiali Salloii- Richanl. 395. 

I Harry H., 259. " stall, Imj. Thankful, 7i- 

I Lawrence. ^Uj. Jostl)li, i^j. \V«U-r>, Prudence, 115. 

[ Mat.cl J. ih). 4<»). Wally. Came D., -'14. Walknis, Charles, 249. 

William A.. 41"). W ain.d, J-lva Scher, 2S.S. Orpha I-. (lij, 249. 

' W a^^oner, l-"raiici>, J73. ianiiie, _'«8. Watrous, .Miias, 302. 

Ii.hn, 275. CeorKC uSS. l-anny K., 302. 

I Mane l-ceiliuK^. 275. \\ aiuls. l-:iini.re Cixlvke, Watson, Alexander, 229. 

[ Mary {U.). 275. ' 411. Amanda (li.), 290. 

i Wail, Hclsy Ci. lUll, 349. I'.lmer, 411. Annie, 445. 

Clirisloplier, ^49. Wanltm. Martha. 145. Charles, 466. 

Harriet (H.)", Salti.n- Ward, l{el^ey M. (.B.), Charles M., 290. 

stall, 67. 255. Daisy A., 466. 

John, 81. (Jiles l\, 216. Dec E., 4^A 

Lucy B., sn. J"liii, 255. Kliza, 258. 

Marvin, 67. Lucy li., 393- Klizalicth, 353- 

Oliver B., 3^0. Lucy li. (li.), 216. Eli/abeih A., 466. 

IMicbc J. (B.), vi, 349. Mary J. liarl.er, 399. Gertrude Stanhope, 

Sarah, 81. Nelson, 255. ^>)<). 353- 

' Wiiliauj B., 349, 350. Warden, Delia I). Mur- Helen, 466. 

j Waile. Alinira^ 395. ray, 182. Henry II. , 4O6. 

Anne L. LanRworlhy. Ware, Martha A., 478. James, 258. 

! 506. Wareman, John, liO. James F.. 466. 

j Lorcn G.. So6. Sarah. 116. jeanctte, 4f)6. 

j Wakefield, H^arriet K. Warn, B. !•:.. 529. John J.. 353- 

{ Holmes, 202. Clara B. Warren, 529. Mahcl Sulida, 466. 

r Zera, 202. Warner, Amy, 183. Mary Cooper. 445. 

'' Waldorf. Alice E., 4(')0. Betsey, 359. Mary Shortridge. 466. 

Berlin H., 4;9. Maria, 425. Maud, 25S. 

I^loise C. (B.), 275. Mary. 311. Miriam (B.). 4^^- 

ILirvey. 275. Nancy. 403, 405. 406. Nellie O., 373- 

Helen Tredwell. 459. Sally. 273- Sarah Hemphill, 229. 

■ Marv, 245. Warren. Anson. 431. Thomas. 445. 

Maud, 460. Arthur B., 431. Watt. James, 532. 

Mertie. 460. Benjamin I'., 481. Lydia Ha/enhuck. 532. 

Minerva, 459. Clara B., 529. Magpie A.. 532. 

Wales. Anna Haff, 231. Constance W.. 301. Watts. Carrie L.. 334- 

Wniiam H.. 2?i. Cora L. Smith, 431. Clari>«a Burns. 334. 

Walker. Ann Burtis. Delia Bull, 431. Emily E. (B.), 334- 

410. K\\7.:\. 258. Harry H.. 334- 

Anna. 428. George H.. 391. Herbert C, 334- 

Benjamin, 413. Georgic Williams, 391. Josei)h C, 334- 

Elma E., 1S2. Grace, 257. Virginia J.. 334- 

G.. loi. r ,n M, Ida L. Hartwell. 529. Way. Clara. 279. 

ILarriet, 126. Jennie (IL). 481. Kate. 377- 

Henry B.. 410. Oscar C. 529. Weaver. Charles L.. A^- 

James. 410. Sarah (B.). 431. H. Reid. 416. 

James T.. 410. W^^rrenson. Ahner NT., Hattie, 488. 

Jane, 305. 7'- James. 486. 

Lucy A. (B.). 410. Mary A. Greene, 71. Mary E. Ives. 4H6. 

Mary A. Cutler, 413. Wartliin. Alfred S., 5fx5. Minnie G. Skellie. 416. 

^L^^y II., 410. Katherinc L. Angell. Sarah. 320. 

Melissa (B.), loi. ?oo. William L.. xxviii. 

O.iklev, 4I'<. Wa-hhurn, .Mvin. 29'. W'ehh. Alhurtus, 257. 

Wallace'. Adelaide. 213. Harriet A. Crandall. Mary V.. CTL). 257. 

l'"li/ahe(h. 344. 2<)5. Weher. ^L^^inn. 508. 

Harriet. 408. Helen L.. 333- W'ehley. Daniel. 301. 

James, loi. Wa»-hington, George, 31. Frederick D., 301. 



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Wcblcy, Mary E. Clark. 

301. 
Webslcr, Alice L., 41^. 

Alincda, 3_'o. 

Clara J., 529. 

Clcmantinc, 238. 

Cora M., 529. 

Cyrus, 520. 

Dwi^lit \V., AA9- 

Ju-arl J., 529. 

J'lliza Tliuinpiion, 529. 

Ii]lizaUtli, 119. 

Kllon S. Mc'ccli, 412. 

Hnicliiic (B.), 213. 

Hinina K., 528. 

George, 213. 

George K, 529. 

James, 238. 

James P., 529. 

John, 320. 

Laura li., 449. 

Laura J. (J{J, 449. 

Levi, 412. 

Loa O. Sheplierd. 529. 

Lucy, 239. 

Martha rrcslurc]), 449. 

Nancy Owen, 238. 

William, 449. 

William K., 449. 

Wilmenia A. (B.), 

529. 
Weeden, I'llam, 261. 

Hannah Spencer, 2^)1. 

Sarah, 261. 
Weedin, Catherine, 511. 

Mary, 268. 
Weeks, Almira, 354. 

Caroline B., 32^. 

Charles, 387. 

Elizabeth M.. 325. 

Harriet S. (B.), 324. 

James H., 324. 

Lois Winters. ^87. 

Marv A. (B.). ^Sj. 

William H.. :iS7. 
Wehrman, Emma L., 

527. 
Hannah Lnceke, 527. 
William, 527. 
Wcightman, Sarah ^f., 

452. 
Welch, Clarissa, 294, 

471. 

Olive. t;io. 
Weld. Benjamin D.. 285. 

Cvnthia. 28;. 

Per sis Wick( r. :>9.S- 
Wclden. Selinda, 4^^^. 
Wells. A. lud^nn. 4"<'>8. 

Adalaid Utter, 4r^8. 



Index. 

Wells, Ad. lie, 4(>8. 

Adelia P. P.ruwn, 288. 

Albert, xix, xxiii, 
XX vi. 

Amanda J. Ives, 318. 

Amey, 1 78. 

Calvm, 288. 

Caihcrme J5 u r d i c k, 
3'S2. 

Catherine M., 383. 

Comturt (B.;, 54. 

JJavid. 382, 383. 

]:ii/a, 350. 

l-:iizabelh, 178. 

Emily L. Palmer, 163. 

I'U.yd B., 408. 

George, 132, 251. 

Hannah Pi., 251. 

Hannah B. (B.), 251. 

Hann.ih M.. 382. 

Horatio, 318. 

Isabellc, 4O9. 

Jonathan, lyS. 

Joseph, 84, 288. • 

Laura, 4O8. 

Lydia, I'q. 

Lydia Dodge, 251. 

Maria, 192. 

Martha, 270. 

Mary, 287. 

Mary A. (B.), 132. 

M a r y \L. Thompson, 
425-' 

Minnie M. B., 4(^. 

Oliver D.. 251. 

Phcbc, 84, 19^), 313. 

Sally K. Sawyer, 430. 

Samuel, 84. 

Sarah, 84. 

Susan Potter, 84. 

Thomas. 84. 

William. 163. 468. 

Zelora B.. 468. 
Welton. Julia. 415. 
Wcntworth. Burret, 237. 

Rebecca, 237. 
Weqnascooke (Harmon 
Garret), Indian 
chief, 4. 
Wescott, Albert. 30(9. 

Amos, 250. 

Catherine, 2^0. 

Clara (B.), 259. 

Harold, 442. 

Harriet Xa.-h. 250. 

Mina. .'^09. 
Wesley. B.irbara. 457. 
Wc-t. Abigail. 168. 

Ann CB.). o.;. 

.\nn ^L Murphy, 314. 



West, Arnold, 75. 

Asa, 95. 

Courtland, 314. 

Eanny, 212. 

I'anny Tliomi»son, 212. 

George, 95. 

Hannah (1^ ), 7.v 

James, 75. 

Jesse, 95. 

Joseph, 95. 

Mary, 45. 

Nancy, 95. 

Prudence, 95. 

Sarah, 95. 

Susan, 361. 

Susanna, 75. 

Timothy, 95, 212. 

William, <j5. 
Westcott, Ed w a r d X., 
442. 

Prank R., 340. 

Harriet A. Langwor- 
thy, 340. 

Jane Dous, 442. 

Lois. 383. 

Philip, 442. 

Violet, 442. 
Westfall, Charity S.. 

427. 

Sarah. 423. 
Westlake. Charles, 533. 

Julia v., s^?>■ 
Weston, Celia Stone. 

.394- 

Lizzie, 394- 

Louisa. 24S. 

Milton, 394. 
Wetmore. Jesse. 305. 

Mary R. Cheney. y)S- 

Sarah Phillips, 305. 

W. W.. 305. 
Wetsel. Mary E. Hay- 
den. 225. 

Peter. 225. 
Wexderbv. John, 274. 

^ratiIda CB.). 274. 
Whe.itnn. .Mmira. 418. 

Amelia Ball, 131. 

Jennie. 131. 

John, 260. 

Noah, 1 31. 

Sarah Peckh.Tm. 2^10. 
Wheeler. A.. 178. 

Alice M.. 323. 

Anne Cobb. 50. 

Betsy Cionlil. 412. 

Carriline. 177. 

Caroline E.. 17?^ 

Deid.-imia Eo r b u s h. 
178. 






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Kloisc M. (15.), jSj. 
Juiiily E. JJruwn, .jSj. 
iMcdt'iiik, 50J. 
Cicorgc, 3O.S. 

Grace D., vi. 
Harry E., 50.?. 

James 11., 50J. 

Jessie Iv, 503. 

Joel C, 412. 

Lucinda, 3S0. 

M. Kate (H.), .JW. 

Mary E. Clevelaiul, 
503. 

Mary Miner, 85. 

Mary S., 50). 

Mcliital)le, 1^5. 91. 

Nancy M., 483. 

Noyes, 499. 

l^riscilla, 51. 

Richard A., xxi. 

Robert C, "^o^. 

Sarah l\ (V,.), 3(kS. 

Thoinas, 85. 

Thomas W., 483. 

Waher N., 383. 

\yilliam B.,\so3. 

William J., 503. 
Whipple, Alice Greene, 
451. 

Betsy, 321. 

Dorothy, 189. 

Frederick, 451. 

GcorRC A., 267. 

Georpe ]•:.. 451. 

Hannah P. (B.), 267. 

Herbert E., 451. 

Lydia (15.), 184. 

Mary Gardiner, 451. 

Mandc E., 4^1. 
Whitaker, Mary II. Che- 
ney, 286. 

Mary M.. 286. 

Robert, 2S6. 
White, Ann, 161. 

Cana R., 427. 

Caroline S t c p li c n s, 
427. 

Cliarles, 263. 

Charles F... qu. 

Charlotte' II. (B.), 
452. 

Clark, 427. 

Delia, 24S 

Dorcas (B.). 88. 

Dutec J., 452. 

Edna L., 220. 

Eli;^alK'th. 263. 

I*!li7abclh Perrv, 2<)3. 

Fllery, 88. 



Index. 

While, Eva Clark, 532. 
George A., 452. 

Godliiy, |(jO. 
Jesse B., 452. 
Joseph. 4S2. 
Mary Barllett, 452. 
Nancy I-". Bell, 177. 
I'hebe, iCio. 
Samuel, 229. 
Sarah J., 214. 
Susan Dri'ng, 214. 
ihumas, 2 1. J. 
Waller. 88. 177. 
Whiteside, liamiah A. 
Goodrich, 133. 
John, 133. 
Whit ford. Albert, 465. 
Clark. 226. 
De l''lorcnce. 277. 
I'^li/.a, 22(). 
Eliza (B.). 226. 
Eliza Whit ford, 226. 
Emeiietta J. (B.), 277. 
Frances (B.), 293. 
Cieorge, 239. 
llosca, 226, 239. 
Icsse, 210. 
Mabel M. Crandall, 

465 • 
Marian A. Jaqtics, 239. 
Mary. 451. 
Mary Burcli, 207. 
Max son, 293. 
O. B.. 465. 
Polly. 471. 
P r u d encc, 135, 210, 

211. 
Rubic Grcemnan, 211. 
Silas, 207. 
Stillmnn, 293. 
William, 207. 
W h i t i n p:, Addic M. 
(B), 475- 
Archer B., 476. 
Hamilton. 167. 475. 
Josephine T r u m a n, 

'^'7. 47.=?- 
Morton .\.. J75. 
Whitla. John S., 440. 

Nettie Cnrrincrton. 440. 
Whitmore. ,M)iali. 271. 

Olive (B.). 271. 
W^hitney, Amanda, 421. 
Fliza, 441. 
Ellen. 2.'6. 
T.nnra, 282. 
Wbltfaker, Prise ilia 

238. 
\Vbot. Thoma<;. xiii. 
Wicker. Augusta, 438. 



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Wicker. Augusta (B.), 
4.18. 

Augustus, 438. 

Charles A., 438. 

Chauncey, W., 438. 

i:dith Wade, 438. 

I'.meline Coolcy, 438. 

Estcllc J., 438. 

l':stclle J. Becbe, 438. 

Persis, 285. 

Sherman A., 438. 
Wickham. Rosalie, 419. 

Sus.nn Morse, 419. 

William, 419. 
Wicks, P.arllctt, 442. 

Edward B.. 258. 

l-'rederick S., 442. 

J. J., .3<>8. 

John 1)., 442. 

Lily M. Doanc, 442. 

Lois E., 511. 

Martha J., .398. 

Mary (B.), Lvnde, 
258. 

Slanton D., 442. 
Wight, Lydia. 133. 

Sar.ih Lord, 133. 
Wightman, Alfred R., 

Benjamin, 2^)7. 

Catherine W. (B.), 
2(58. 

Emeline, t;o8. 

Ida M.. 568. 

Lydia C, 267. 

Mary W.. 268. 

Mary Wecdin. 268. 

Milton J., 2(i8. 

Patience Allen, 267. 

Pel eg W., 268. 

Theodore, 268. 

William, 508. 
Wilbor. Mary, 240. 

William. 3. 
Wilbur, Adeline H. 
Brown, 3(5o. 

Catherine, 276. 

Colia, yT,. 135. 

Charles D., 3(')0. 

Charlotte, y^i,. 

Dennis S., 360. 

Desire Sfillman. f)8. 

Elizabetli (B.). 60. 

Ethan, yT,. 

Gideon. 102. 

Hannah. 102. 

TT.innah (B.), 102. 

T<;aiali. oS. 

Te<:se W^, 3^0. 

Joanna, y^. 135. 



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John, 60. 
John G., 3f)0. 
Josii)li, 7 J, 1.^5. 
Loui>a T., 3O0. 
Mary Ann, 73. 
IMkIk-, i(.4. 
Sally. 73. 
Sarali, 72. 
Wilcox. Anna. 146. 
Apolla--, 415. 
Chostor. 415. 
Clara IJrowi. 4<)5. 
Clary J.. 376. 
Dclyra P., 474. 
l)«.sirt\ 3.'^, 135. 
l'"(]\var(J, 146. 
Klijah. 374. 
Kli/abclh. 405 
I'lhVahclh A nd r c w s, 

415. 
l*". I'-hncr, 
Fanny 

376. 
Florence O. (H.) 
Ccorgiaiia. 415. 
(ilovcr 1^.. 40=;. 
Hannah (B). 87. 
Helen i... 415. 
Tlcrhert H., 374. 
lluMah Sherman. j()j. 
I n e x L. Broadlicnt, 

415- 

Joseph, ^-j. 

Lucy. 60. 

Lydia Strait. 37.}. 

Mary. 26. 262. 

Mary S.. 415. 

Nancy. 227, 23S. 

Sarah. 41=;. 

Sarah M.'(B.\ 414. 

Sojihia Vosc. 125. 

Stephen. 125. 

Stenlun TT.. 41 ^. 

Tahitha. 85. 

Thonia";. 376. 

Tiinothv F.. 405. 
Wilde. John C. 404. 

Mary J. Shenard. 404. 

Olive L. Bnridiani. 
404. 
Wilder. Alfred M . 22':.. 

Anna G. Addis, jj^. 

Flla IT.. 22?. 

Finma C. 22'. 

To<;iah. 22s. 

Tulia >T.. 448. 

Faiira Me.nder. 418. 

Lydia F. (B.). 223. 



Index. 

Wilder, Susan Carlton, 

'?25. 

William W.. 44S- 
Wil.y. Sarah. 2()5. 
W i 1 k i n s o n, Clara V. 
l.t>oinis. 32(j. 

D.micl S.. 320. 
W'illaid. Marv, 413. 
Wiliey, Ida \\.. 4I-'. 
\Villi;nns, A. J-ord, 40<). 

Ada I'l., 310. 

Anna L., 4^1. 

Arloenc (). (li.), 2</3. 

Byron. 310. 

Charles 1'.. 301. 

David. 312. 

h:ii/a. 102. 

l'li/al)elh. 102, 391. 

1^1 la, 20<'). 

Jvllen A. IVll. 31-^ 

Fnierancy ( B.), i(»6. 

I'.phraini. 301, 393. 

I'.thel. 312. 

Cieorpe F.. 312. 

Cicor^jia. 301. 

(kor^ia ( B.). 391. 

Hannah. 204. 

TIe.'-cljelh. ?9I. 

Ichahod. 118. 

James V. ^^, 409. 

Jane. 177. 

Je«';ie A.. .307. 

Katherine V.. 400. 

Katherinc \'an Volk- 
cnhjirp. 409. 

Leon. 312. 

M.-irpjaret. =;i7 

MarRaret M. (B.). 
400. 

Maria Thompsfm. 307. 

>Tarv B.. 310. 

y\:\xy D. (B.). 393. 

Maud. 303. 

Nancv CB.). 89. 

Nellie M.. 31-'- 

Parmelia 208 

Rhoda (B.\ 89. 

Richard. 307. 

Rnxnnna. 163. 

Sarah. 102. 

Sarah Dc.in. 312. 

Schi'vler. ,100. 

^tafFonl. \GG. 

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Thonia<;, 

Virloria 

Wrdtcr. 

W.<alihv 

William, 



2<y). 
310. 
31 -■ 

. to;. 

89. 



Willianison, Carrie E., 
435- 
Darwm. 435. 
Fli/ahelh, 435. 
i:ii/al.etli (B.j, 435. 
I'loyd. 435. 
CieorKe ji., 435. 
Mae, 435. 
Robert, 435. 

i<f>y. 43.=; 

Sarah, 418. 

Sarah M. (B.), 255. 

Tryphena. 435. 

W'dliani I)., 435. 

William H.. 25.V 
Wilsev, lul.sev Sanders, 
487. 

i:ii/.a J. (B.), 487. 

Grace, 488. 

lluRh II., 487. 

Ina B., 488. 

Jay I-:.. 488. 

Jeremiah, 487. 

Lcora Brock way, 4S7. 

Fucv. 488. 

May D., 487. 

Merwin W., 487. 
Wilson. Alexander, 307. 

Anna M., 275. 

Anna R., 433. 

Carrie B. fB.). 404. 

Catherine IT.. 423. 

Celia Sibley. 307. 

Clara Mead. 400. 

Delia Johnson. 423. 

Flizabeth (B. ). 269. 

ICliis. 481. 

Fva K. (B.), 481. 

Georpe, 400. 

John, 275. 404. 423. 

Kate Hall. 481. 

Lena. 400. 

Mary Iv. 39^1. 

Mary McBridc. 307- 

Marv Van Burcn. 275. 

Persis L. CB.). 463- 

Rollin F.. 481. 

Sarah. 45, 464. 

Thomas, 269. 

William F., 4(')3. 

William M.. 307. 
Wilts. Rebecca. 74 
Wihsic, Carrie F. (B.). 

472- 
Farnest. 472. 
Wiltsey, Loretta. 160. 
Winchester, D w i P Ii <• 
308. 
Fdward. 453. 
Ettic M., 453. 



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Winchester, M a li a I a Wood, Anna (B.), 3<j2. Woodwortli, S a in u t I, 

Ellswoilli, 4-7- iJcii C, .<«_'. 286. 

Minnie A. Stark, 308. Caroline Max>un. jH_'. Sarah Hills, 2S(i. 

Kaclicl Sigbcc, 433. Carrie A. (.13.), 308. Wool, Helen }., 532. 

Sheldon S., 427. Carrie M., 4J«;. I>abclle, 53-.'. 

Window, Polly Holmes, Juliih, 3SJ. Joseph, 532. 

307. I'linily Heath, 382. W oolsiruin, Sarah A. 

Wing, A d a I a i d (,B.), I'.rast us, 382. (Bj, 280. 

439. Frances, 407. Tiiomas, 280. 

Adalaid Avery, 431;. l-'rancis Ci., 382. Woolworlh, Eunice S. 

Albert K., 439. Frank ]{., 308. (B.), 168. 

I'.cla, 439. Grace M., 382. Leonard, 168. 

Klizabcth Hutcliins, Isabelle, 525. Worden, Lydia, 515. 

439. Isabelle Brown, 525. Worlcndyke, Cornelius, 

Ikliie S., 439. James I'., 382. 443. 

Marcia, 310. John, 2, 345. Hester, 443. 

W'uin, Kathleen, 429. Laura, yjj. Rachel Hooper, 443. 

W'iniie, Gcorgiana Bur- Louise, 385. Wriglil, Albert, 261. 

dick, 411. ^L K. Paul, 382. Amzi, 175. 

William, 411. Mabel, 392. Ann, 128. 

W'iiinck, Anna L., 375. Marion. 382. Anna E., 396. 

Charles J., 375. Martha Margin, 345. Charles, 175. 

Einilus v., 375. Mary A., 118. Charles A., 26r. 

Lving F., 375. Milliccnt. 345. Clarissa Welch, 471. 

John, 375. Minnie, ^^^2. liddie, 175. 

Lorene E. (B.), 375. Kalidi, 382. • Edwartl, 396. 

>LTry Fuller, 375. Rufus. 382. ICIKn Jones, 531. 

Ruth, 375. Sadie C, 359. ]'"reelovc, 471. 

Winter, J.ucinda, 178. Sanniel, 302. Harvey, 531. 

Winters, Eliza Fux, 456. Stephen. 3S2. John. 471. 

Jane, 456. Woodbridgc, Dudley. 70. Lena. 531. 

Lois, 387. Sarah Sheldon. 70. Loonii'^, 175. 

Mary E. (B.), 4^6. Woodin. Dolly S., 27^. Mary, 175. 

William A., 45''' F.ri. 3«i- >Lary E. Wilson, 396. 

Winthrop, Rebecca, b>^. ILirriet .Stilcon, 381. Nancy (B.), 175. 

Wise, Charles \\'., 431. Riley. 273. Rhoda. 243. 

E. S., 219. Woodmansce. Sarah ^L, Sarah. 343. 

Ida M. (B.), 431. 150. Sarah J. \B,), 261. 

Wispcll, Bessie, 333. Woodruff. Edith L., 524. Wyatt. Mary, 49, 94. 

Edna E., ;iT,3. Horace W., 524. Wycr, .Mice. 129. 

Joseph J., 333. Lloyd. 524. j-ldward. 120. 

Liliic S. (B.). 333. Maria O-good. 524. Wynian. Elizabeth. 199. 

Witbeck. Henrietta \'an Marion C. 524. Xehemiah. 199. 

Denburgh. 461. Marion R. (B.), 524. Su-^annah Starns. 199. 

John V. A., 461. Mary. 302. 'S'arnall. Nathan. 454. 

Maria 461. Woods. Leon a Ran- Relacca Smith. 454. 

W' i t h c y. l-^sther Dun- dolph. 516. Vates. .A n a h F. (B.), 

nock. 7Ji. William G.. 516. 535. 

Henry, 73. Woodward. Anna, 173. Arthur. 535. 

John. y;^. Anna M.. 520. Arthur G.. 535. 

Sarah .V. (B."). 73. .Annie Miller. 173. Blyn. 214. 

W'itt. Lucy. 175. F.lizabcth. 141. Frederick I... 533. 

Wittcmorc. Mary E. Henry. 173. Frederick W.,.i^5. 

(B). 341. Lvdia. 141. John TL. !;35. 

William C, 34i- >Tartha. T08. X'irginia Tlolflcn. 535. 

Witter. Hannah A., 4^^. Natlianiel. tjt. "N'eafnu. Abbic A.. 478. 

Marv E.. 507. Woodworth, George, .Alma Svlve^tcr, 478. 

Wodell. NTarv. 546. 286. Amelia Arnold. -^08. 

Ruth Lawton. 546. Kate. i^i. E^^telle ^L (B )," 478 

William, 546. Marv (B.), 286. Harriet A.. 308. 






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York, Grace, 162. 

Maria, 206. 
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Alice, 397. 398. 

Caroline 1). (B.). 39«. 

Delia McConticll, 387. 



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•Milli, 3G6. 
•>;isliis, 153. 

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Minnie, 387. 

Roljcrt G., 366. 

SannK-l. 39X. 

Sar.'ili C. Sharp, 366. 
Youn^(s, Lnlii, 46$. 
Zimnu-rniaii, Margaret, 
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Tiir, (lata of ilio i^vncaloi^x of "Isaiah Hahcock. Sr., and 
His Dc'sccndanls" which appear in this book have heen i^alh- 
cied from ollicial sonrces and can he depended npon to he re- 
hahle and onTeci in all details, so far as can he ascertained, 
alter years of carefnl research and slndy. In this work 1 have 
anned at hrexity rather than elah(jrati(.n, and have arran.t^ed 
the records in the simplest and easiest way 1 conid devise, so 
that the reader of any hranch of the family could follow the 
hue to the end without hein-- ohjioed U) consult the index or 
tuiii (i\er a lari^ejuimher of pa.L^es in order to determine anv 
line ol descent. To the lari^^e numher of descendants o'f Isaiali 
Bahcock. Sr.. who have assisted nic in pnjcuring- the following 
records 1 desire to extend my grateful and cordial thank.s. 
1 hose who ha\e especially assisted in this work the writer 
records as follow s : 

Mrs. hanily W. ( llahcock ) .Alward. Buffalo. X. V.. 

Mrs. llaltie K. Lacy. M.l).. Chicago. 111.. 

Mrs. Ivunu'e r.urch. B\r(.n. 111.. 

Miss Mary E. Thillips.' Uneonta. X. Y., 

Mrs. Mary E. Boardman. Schene\us. X. V., 

Mr. Artemas B.issell. Montclair. X. I.. 

Mrs. Eouise C. Sprague. .\thens. .X. ^■.. 

Mrs. James !•:. Sc(jtt, Middletown. .\. \'., 

Mrs. A. P. Jones. Catskill. X. ^•.. 

Hon. Charles Kelsey. Marf|uctie. Mich.. 

Mrs. Clarence I)e l\iy. Ihighton. .\. V.. 

Mrs. Adelaide Roi)er. WitlenherLi". Wis.. 

Mr. Havilah Bahcock. Xeenah. Wis.. 

Mr. Frank S. Wood. Batavia. X. V.. 

Mrs. I-:iecta ( P.ahcock) Kee.se. Chadwicks. X. ^'.. 

Mrs. Lucy Olivia (Babcock) Clark. Lansing. Mich., 

Mr. Bradley W. l>abcock. Gwicord Depot. Va., 

Hon. L 11. I'.abcock. Lockport. X. Y., 

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J he- rcc«>i<l> Iicir prc-tnlcd arc the rcsiill of years ol earefu\ 
research and study, all prcviniis ^eiicalcti^ists havin.LC l^^'<-''i im- 
ahle to trace Isaiah Jiahcock, Sr., successfully. The writer, 
without the assistance of |)revious jiuhlished records, was 
ohIiL;cd to couiniencc at the hc^iunini;- and trace all lines care- 
fully to the end. I ha\e heen prompted to this work solely 
because it seemed to he hii^di lime that a record (.f tlie faniilv 
he }:^athered hefore the i)resent j^a^neralions ha<I all ])as.sed 
away, the writini^s of those j^enealoL^ists Alhert Wells mid 
Royal k. llinman hciiii;- so lar.^ely at variance with the truth 
concernini^- the early history of the Liahcock family. If what 
is liere presented to the memhers of the liahcock famiK shall 
prove to he a source of information and pleastnc. the writer 
will he contented an<! will feel his lahors have not heen in vain. 

A. l^MHR.Si^x J'j.MUOCK. 

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I'aili idj;et"itl(i, N. \' ^ 

I'ai liidgefKld. N. V., Showing; i;al)cock ScUk-iiieiU lo 

Congregational Church. Westford, N. Y 14 

Masonic Medal I'rcscnted to Col. Sanmei lkil)cock (page 14) 

Residence of Colonel Samuel IJahcock, Worcestd", N. V 18 

Sarah IJabcock Win;; 22 

James M. Ikihcock 24 

William J. Baboock 28 

Mrs. Phoubc W. "Cornell 30 

Eleonore Babcock ^o 

A. Emerson Habcock ^ , 

Hon. Jeptha W. Habcock 36 

Hon. Isaac H. Babcock 40 

Hon. Charles 1 1. Babcock 42 

Stephen Henry Babcock 46 

Henry H. Babcock 50 

George S. Babcock 54 

Leicester Babcock 5o 

George Reed Babcock 58 

Havilah Babcock g2 

Adelbcrt Archer Babcock 00 

Brigadier-General Orville K. Babcock. U. S. A 94 

Bradley W. Babcock oS 

Louisa Babcock Green 102 

Jonas Babcock's J lome 104 

Enoch B.d)C()ck ,0^^ 

Carrie Odell (Green) Suahorn ,uS 

Isaiah IJabcock and Wife , ,0 

William Henry IVd)cock and Wife 1 10 

John I'.arton Babcock and Wife 1,0 



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IsAJAii ]>AiK(>eK, seventh child lA janies, Jr.. and Sarah 
(\''<)se) llahcoek. was horn in Xorth Slnnini^ton. C(jnn. 
(Pnni;" hnn _L;a innnL;' I'aini). Jan. J9, IJKJ. lie was haplix.ed 
hy the Rev. James Xoyes. pasUir of ihc l''irst Coiigregalionai 
Ciuiicli, Stonini;tiin. ("oini.. I'eh. i. lyu). On Dec. 25, 173S. 
he married Mi>s h.h/aheih I'hmil). dauj;hter of Cjcurj^c and 
Prudence (Ivichardsnn ) I'hmih, of Stoninii^lon. Conn. She 
was lK)rn alK.'Ut 17!''). Jier father. ( ieor<;e J'lunib, son (^f Jolin 
and iLli/.ahelh ((ireen) IMumh. of Xew London, Conn., re- 
mo\-ed [o Sl<iniiiL;lon before niarriac,''C, and married, ]i\'cd. and 
died there. lie was a shii)ouner and sliipmaster, sailed to 
the West Indies, and also traded aloni^ our coast. From 
IMumh (lenealoj^y, hy II. 1>. riumh. Peely. Ta.. we learn "he 
was once fined in luirhados, Dec. 17. 1715. for cominc; there 
from New London. Conn., without his clearance i)a])ers si<.:^ned 
by the collector." Tliere was no collector of the ])ort of Xew 
London at that time, which was certified ])\- llie (i(_)vernor of 
Connecticut t(j the (l(nernor. Col. Lowthar, of Barbados. 
Georg^e and his wife joined the church Mar. u, 17 10. He 
was slii])wrecked ami drowned off I'lumb Island in a severe 
gale. He was called an ICnglishman. "April 23, 1719. the 
(lovcrnor and Council ortlered him to take certain measures at 
his slooj), where they had the smallpox on board." 

Their children were : 

Pnidcticc. 1). Nov. iK. irn*,); 111 Kplir.iiin Fellows. 
Samuel. 1>. Oct. 4, 171-'; th. Clracc liahcock. 
Anna, 1). 1714; in. Xnv. 10, 17.?/. 
Elizahctli, 1). al)Out 17K); mi. I>aia!) Babcnck. 

There were probably more children, but T can find no record 
of them. 

Isaiah I'abcock's farm was in \'"liintc .w 11. Conn., next north 
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toil, but Ills house I assuiiie was in Volimlou ii. J lis ^^rainl- 
fatlicr, C'apt. James IJalicock, reiiieiiihered Iiim in his will as 
follows : 

"Item. 1 give and hcquealh unto my grandson Isaiah llah- 
cock, the son of my son James dee'd, a tract of land lyin^- in 
Stoniiii,^lon ctjntainint;- two hundred and forty acres, more or 
less, bounded as follows: Xorlherly on land I have p;i\en un- 
to my grandson XathV-l IJahcock by tleed : ICaslerly etc. and 
further my Will is that in case my grandson Julias llabojck 
shall lose his land that 1 gave him by (Wy:i\ of gift by ye X'olun- 
town men then I give him tlie one-half of the said _> |o acres 
to be efjually divided between him and Isaiah to them, their 
heirs and assigns forever." 

We find in the probate records of X'oluntow n, ("onn., the 
following; 

"Isaiah ludK-ock and Isaiah l>abr(jck, Jr., of \\jlunl«»wn, 
conveyed April 25th. 1772. to Isaac Gallup for 450 pounds. 
150 acres of land, and on the same date Isaiah, Jr., ccjiueyed 
to Gallup 50 acres of land for 20 pounds." 

This was Isaiah, Sr.'s, farm. 

Children of Isaiah and Elizabeth (Plumb) llabcock, all re- 
corded upon the town records of Slonington excej)ting the last 
three, which are found upon the town records of Volunlown : 

Isaiah, Jr., b. Apr. 27, 1741. 
Enocli, b. Dec. 27, 1742. ,.^ . 1 

Hlizabcth, 1). June Q, 1745. 
Elisha, b. July 26. 1747. 
~ George, b. July 27, 1749. 
John, b. Nov. 13, 1752. 
Plubc, b. Oct. S, 1755. ' 

Elias, b. Deo. 14. 1757. ' 

Saunicl. b. Dec. 2, 1761. 
Jonas, b. May 14, 1764. 

It is noticed that Isaiah. Sr.. was early in life baptized in the 
First Congregational Church of Stonington, Conn. The fol- 
lowing appears on record : 

"Isaac Gallup. Thos. Douglas and others and Isaiah P.ab- 
cock upon the dismissal of the Rev. Mr. Dorrance from \'ol- 
untown Church, very desirous to enjoy public worship as we 
think right which is according to the Congregatit)nal platform 
now received liberty from the t<->wn and General Assembly t(^ 
join in a .society by themselves without being directed by any 
other society." 

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\ "A society called Xaxarcili was thereupon formed in the 

. south part of Voluntown and the church «;athered there."" 

' The writer has in his possession a letter written hy Joshua 

Babcock, who was a son of Scjnire Joshua, who was son of 
Oliver, brother to Jsaiah, Sr. 'i'his letter is a.> follows: 

Ux.\i>ii.LA Imjuks, X. ^'., I'el). iT), 1X5^). 
Df..\R Cousix: 1 was hii,dily gratified in receivini; a letter 
from you in last cvenin,!.;'s mail in which you make incpiiries 
^ in rej^ard to your Gran(l father which was my much respected 

Uncle Cdnistopher A. IJahcock. 1 wish it was in my ])ower 
to give you the desired information, at the lime 1 saw Inm 
last I was not more than 3 (»r 4 years old, of coiu-se cannot 
remember much of him as to his size, complexion etc. I how- 
ever carry in my left arm a beauiiful schar from his lancet in- 
serting- the smallpox matter. I will relate a circumstance 
which occurred when he left Stonington. He gaxe me a sheep 
which my father kept until I had five when he let them out to 
double and hy that ])rocess when I was 21 1 had about $40.00 
which heli)ed to give me a start in the world. Aunt Tolly your 
grandmother ancl her little stin made a visit at my fathers. I 
remember them well. Your CJrandmothcr was the Inst per- 
son I ever heard I'arse grammar, it was not known in those 
days in our schools, at which place 1 received my small educa- 
tion. I will now speak td" our ancestors, the family of brothers 
consisted of Isaiah, James, h'lijah. l^lias (Olixer which was 
my Grandfather, and Timothy, the most of them I knew, their 
Posterity has spread almost through the whole oi these L'nited 
States, recentlv we had a state senator by the name ot (leorge 
U. I'abcock from Uuffalo. I took the liberty to write him 
found he was a descendent of L'ncle Isaiah, we also had a 
Mem. of Assembly from Niagara Co. a descendent of Isaiah. 
I have been made acc|uainled with Cons. Samuel Babcock of 
this count V, a son of Isaiah, ami of course own cousin to your 
grandfather, lie told me my (Irandfather was a rude man 
and when he came to his f;ithers \isiting he wouM be full of 
Hce, and that his father was a Presbvterian of the strictest 
order. Would say to oiu' Grandfather in the e\ening "Come 
P>rother Oliver its time for prayers." llis l'ncle Oliver would 
be serious, but as .soon as i^rayer was said would be as rude as 
ever, and at the time he had fears concerning his Uncle Oli- 
vers children but traced of them ever since and he was satis- 
fied thev were altogether before the children of either of the 
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\v:is a very cclclnalc-d Capl. in llic Jvc\ wliui(jii, l<».-,i his liic fur 
his counlrys ^ood. and my I'atlifr Joshua a Justice I'eace 27 
years ^nvinj; threat salisl'atli«jii. Uncle W'iMiani and (iersham 
both Captains soon alter the war, yoiu^ grandfather a suc- 
cessful surj^eon and pJiNsician in tl'.e time which tried mens 
souls, and some \\t>inans. I'ncle Daniel was a Senator, and a 
Jud^e and all of them sleadx exemplary men. li\ed re>i)eried, 
and died lej^reltcd i)y all their accpiaintances. J ha\e now 
c<')nie down to oiu' own fannly with, which \(»n ha\e been made 
partially accjnaijited. My wife died \u<>yc than one \ear since 
after we had li\ed together more than 55 )ears. 1 ha\e just 
entered my H^rd \ear is it not ])assin!:; strange that a Marj) of 
a thousand stiin^s should keep in tune so 1<>iil; hnl we nnist 
thank (lod antl take conra^i-. 

1 hojjc to see yom- Masonic ma^a/ine. 1 lhin!< 1 ha\e seen 
your name connected with the older 

I also am that 1 am 

^'ours \ery roped fullw 

JOSJIL'A liAlUOCK. 

Cousin J.\.mi:s V. Uahcock. 

(The Hon. James V. llahcuek menlinned was editor of the 
Daily Palladium. Xew Ila\en. Conn., and President of the 
Connecticut Senate. ) 

After Isaiah, Sr., had sold his faini in X'oluntown to Cal- 
lup, witli the exception of his eldest son, Isaiah. Jr., and his 
family, he and the remainder of his family remove<l to what 
was then Partrid^efield. now Hinsdale and I'eru, Berkshire 
Coiuity, Mass. In January, igoj, 1 ins]iccted the comity rec- 
ords of Berkshire County, at Pitlsfield. Mass.. and found the 
following deeds of record, which are exact copies: 

JoSKl'ii ].oomi:r of Partridi^-eheld 

To (Book 12. I\ai;e 13) 

IsAi.Mi Babcock. 
Know all Men hy these Presents, that T. J<^seph Loonier of 
Partrid^a-field in the County of Pierkshire, In Consideration 
of thirty-two Pounds, ten shilliuLTs lawful nionev. paid me hv 
Isaiah Babcock of V'olunlown. in the Countv of Windham, 
and Colony of Connecticut yeom.in. The I\ecei])l whereof I 
do Hereby acknowledL''e. do hereby i^ivc. y^rant. sell and con- 
vey unto the said Is.ii.ili Biabc(»ck and his Heirs. One half part 
to be taken on the Southerly end of a lott of land in I\'irtridc;e- 
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contains one lluntlrcil and I'ifly acres more or less Savenij,' 
only the Town Koad crossin;;' said L.and is Ueserved. lo 
Have and to hold the same to the said Isaiah llahcock and his 
' Heirs, to his and their nsc and IJehoof forever. And 1 do 

c«nenant with the said Isaiah Jlahcock and his IJeirs an<l As- 
sij^ns. That 1 am lawfnlly sei/cd in J-'ce ot the Tremises. That 
thev are free of all incnmhrances. That I liave j^ood l\i<;ht to 
sell and coiuey the same to the >aid l>aiah liahcock. And 
that 1 will warrant and Defend the same to the said Isaiah 
I'abcock and his I leirs and Assii^nis forever, ai^ainst the Law- 
fnl Claims and I )emands of all Persons. 

In Witness whereof 1 have hereunto set my hand and seal 
the fifteenth Day of June, in the twelfth year of his Majesty's 
Keii;'!! Anno (jue Domini, 177-'. 

JOSKIMI LOOMICR (l. S. ) 

In |)resence 

Oi.v. I'AKTRnKn:. 
Solo. Stoddard. 

It will be noticed that the above (\^^:d is dated June 15. 177^. 
Isaiah sold to (lallup in X'oluntown .Xpr. 25. 177-'. Si; it took 

ithe emii^rants. tra\elinLr with o.x-teams. wa.Qons, horses, .and 
on horse and fool, several weeks, through a wilderness inhab- 
ited by wolves and wild beasts, to reach their destination. The 
^ above deed was recorded Mar. 3, 1774. and acknowledged bc- 

f fore Olv. Partridi;c, Justice of the Peace. 

' Two years from the date of the above deed Isaiah I'abcock 

purchased additional land, as a])])ears in the followini^- deed, 
recorded Mar. 3. 1774. by M. Hopkins. Regs.: 

\ (Book \2, Page 19.) 

j Thomas Makshaf. • m 

\ To 

I ISAIAII PjAUCOCK. 

To all People unto whom tluse Presents sh.all come Thomas 
Marshal of Poslon in the ("ounty of Suffolk and Pn>\"ince of 
>c Massachusetts Pniy in Xew Muirland I^scpiirc scndeth Cireet- 
/ ing. Know ye that I the s.aiil Thomas Marshal for and in 

' Consideration of the Sum of Two Hundred and (ift\' pounds 

I Lawful Monev to me in Hand well and truK' iiaid by Isaiah 

I Babcock of Partridgefield in the C"ount\- of Picrkshire and 

' l^rovincc afores.aid yeom.an. The l\ecei|)t whereof I do here- 

j by acknowledge Have Clranteil. P>ar.£jained. Sold. Comcyed 

,'. and Confirmed, and bv these Presents Do Grant, Bargain, Sell, 

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Convey and Cuiilinn unto tlic said Isaiah liabcock One Cer- 
tain Loll of land in llie Tounshii) Xo. 2, in the said Counly 
of IJcikshiro hein;; ilie Sel'nni;- Loll Xo. 2 conlaininj;- one 
Hundred and lifly acres, and also l-'ifty acres of the Sellinj^ 
Loll Xo. 1 (Savinj; and reservini,^ oul of the said Loll Xo. 2 
ihe Mill Stream rnnnins^- ihro' llie same and the l'rivilid_L;-es 
lliereto heloni^ini; and also half an acre of land a(lji)inin<( said 
Stream that is to say three eij^dits of an acre on the J'last side 
and one eii;hlh I'art of one acre on the West side of said 
Stream. To J lave and to hold the said t,n"mted 1 'remises 
(.savinj^; and re.servinj^ as afoiesaid) uiilo the said Isaiah I5ah- 
cock his lleirs and Assigns. 'I'd his and their oidv i>roi)er 
use, henclit and liehoof forever. And the said Thomas Mar- 
shal for myself my lleirs, ICxecutors and Administrators do 
herehy Covenant with the said Isaiah I'.ahcock his lleirs and I 

Assij^ns. Th.it I :im lawfully Seized in k'ee of the Premises. [ 

That they are free of all Incumhrances. That 1 have i;ood J 

rii,dit to Sell and convey the same to the said Isaiah liahcock \ 

lo hold as .aforesaid, and that 1 will W arr.mt and Defend the 
said j^^ranted I'remises. ( Saving- and reservine^ as aforesaid) \ 

unto the said Isaiah Bahcock his J feirs and AssijL;iis forever ( 

against the Lawfull claims and Demands of all l^ersons. | 

In witness whereof I the said Thomas Marshal and Lr.cv ', 

my wife In token of her free Consent to this har.i^ain and S.de I 

and full IveliiKiuishment rmd Quit claim of all her right of 
Dower and 'Jhirds of and in the aforc-grantcd I'rcnnses have i 

hereunto set our hands and seals the twenty third Da\ of k'eh- ( 

ruary Anno Domini. One Tlntusand Seven Hundred and Sev- j 

cnty Iu>m-. and in the fom-teenth year of his Majesty's Reign. [ 

Signed, Sealed and Delivered ' " I 

in Presence of 

Henry Allen, Junr. Tnos. Marshal <S: Seal { 

Natilwlxl Coil Allen. Lucy Mar.s]l\l & Seal ' 

Suffolk ss. Boston. \ 

Feb. 23rd. 1774. ( 

Then ye above named TlK.mas Marshal ]is(|r. and Lucy his ! 

wife acknowledged ye Instrument to be their Act and i:)eed J 

Before me. 1 

Belcher Xoyes, Justice of Peace. ; 

The Town of Partridgcfield was incori)orated as a town • 

from 1 77 1 to 1806. and was composed o\ a ])ortion of the town ', 

of Hinsdale and the adjoining town of Peru. It was six miles \ 
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eluded the j^reaU-r i).)iii(..n ol Hinsdale and all of Peru, and 
was purchased al public aucliun in jjostun, Juno 2, 1762. for 
£1,460 by Oliver I'arlritl^a- and Elisha Jones, and was nanie«l 
in honor of the former. It is lc>cate(l on the dreen Moiuiiains 
Climate is cold and severe in winter, and the soil hard and 
stony and onl\ adai)ted to j;razint;. The hrst team crossed 
over the mountains m J 767, and it has since become a re<;ular 
turnpike road. Isaiah's farm, without doubt, was as fertile 
and producti\e as any. bein^ probably locrUcd in the valley 
alonj,' Hinsdale (reek near Daltoii, in what is now the town 
of Hinsdale. Thai he was acti\e and jiromincnt in town af- 
fairs is i)roven by the official town records of I'artridi^efield. 
'J'he writer examined these records I'ound in the town of Peru 
in Jannarw 190J, and presents them in lull: 

May ^77~- 'y^>\'^n Meelin.L; held al Isaiah Babcock's 

house. 
1772. Adjourned town meelinii: held al Isaiah 

Jjabcock's house. 
Mar. i^th, lyy^^. Tctwn meelini;- held at his house. 
Mar. iGlh. iyy^^. Isaiah Pabcock chosen Warden. 
Aui;. 9lh, 1773. Adimn-ncd Town Meeting at house of 

Isaiah Pabcock in Partrid^elield. 
Mar. 15th. 1774. Chosen Tythingman. 
Mar. 26th, 1774. Town meeting at his house. 
April 4th, 1774. Town Meeting at his hou-<e. 
April 18th, 1774. Ad. Town Meeting at his house. 
April 24th. 1774. Ad. 'J'own Meeting at his house. 
Oct. 4th, 1774. 'J\>wn Meeting. Appointed to inspect 

accounts of Assessors. Also on 

Committee to inspect a new road. 
At Town Meeting elected Assessor in 

place of Deacon Kinnie who had 

gone into the army. 
\'oted that Isaiah Pal)Cock and others 

be innholders in the town. 
Al Town Meeting elected Assessor and 

Innhrdder. 
\'oted to be innholder ior this year. 
A])ril 1 V^'' '^77^- ^T'ted Isaiah Pabcock care for ministry 

lot. 
Dec. 23rd, 1777. Pubhc Meeting apiX)inled on C<^mmil- 

tee to assist the Assessors. 
Mar. i^th, 1778. Town Meeting elected T\lhingman. 



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Mar. \(Ah, 177!^. Al Town Mccliii;.; elected Surxeyor of ; 

J lif^Hiways. ; 

Mar. Jst, 1779. J^lected to (oniniitlee on Safety. Als<j 

; to provide ]»reacliin<^ for the year. / 

I Mar. L'Jiid, 177<). Town Meetini; was held al his house. . 

April jnd, 1779. At Town Meetint^- chosen l(; let out n)in- 1 

islry lands, rent to be paid in clear- f 

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Isaiah was a very strict church nieniljer and took an active . 

interest in c\er}thinc;' which pertained to the chuich. i 

From the 'J\)wn Church Records of J'eru 1 have gathered | 

the followini^: S 

"April, 1773. Town iMectintj;- at 8 .\. m. Voted, the Se- ^ 

lectnien to at^rec with Mr. Jsaiah llahcock concerning' meeting 5 

in his house for public worship, if thc\ can hire it, and if they 
cannot have his house for that purpo>e. then to meet in Xathan [ 

Watkins' harn for i)ul)lic worship." > 

At another Town Meeting Isaiah IJabcock was elected to | 

some office, Init the record was so badly torn as to be 
illegible. 

]n the history of Pjcrkshire County, vol. ii, jjage 266, ]iub- 
lished in 1885. appears the follt)wing: 

"Church Meetings that year were held in the house of Isaiah 
Babcock and in Xathan Watkins' barn." t 

Page 9, Centennial Congregational Church History, Jlins- > 

dale, Mass., has the following: I 

"At a regular town meeting Jan. 2. 1792, the town refused j 

\ to join with Nathanial Kellogg. Nathan Warner, James Wing, * 

[ Caleb Goff, Nathan Webb. James Foot. Charles JBabcock and • 

others in a petition to the legislature for a C(^mniittee t(j locate i 

ia meeting house and determine whether any part of the in- '» 

habitants ought to be set off to other towns." \ 

1 Page 10. "For a V^wv^ time the (piestion of forming a j 

I parish or new town had been mucb agitated which culminated '. 

•f in a petition to the Legislature of the inhabitants of the cast . 

part of Dalton with those in the west part of Partridgcfield 
to be incorporated as a parish ov town." I 

' In answer to the petition a committee wa.s aj")pointed who i 

went to Dalton to investigate. As a result of their report, the \ 

West parish of Partridgcfield was incorporated in June, 1795, ', 

on the lines designated ;uul expected. ) 

The following is the copy of a document which was sent to 
the (icneral Court o\er one hun<lred vears ago: i 

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j *''J\) tlic 1 J(iiiiir;il)lc llic Sfiialc ami lloii^c (.<l' kc-i)rc->cnlali\cs 

I ill (Ic!u-ial Court assembled. 

I "'ihc I'ditit)!! <»f a Xiimhcr ol" the lnlial)ilaiils of the West 

part of l*artri(Ij;crK'ltl and the Si)iith l'"-ast part of 1 )aUon, 
each ill the County of r.erk>hire aiul Coninioinveahli of Mas- 
sachusetts, llunil)ly Sheweth. — that it is tlieir re(|uesl on Ac- 
count of the Situation of their Towns respectixel)- to he Set 
of from their Town and JCnexed to ICach other, and be 
formed into a Town or Parish as Shall be TIk >u.ti^iu most for 
the £;i.)od of the Towns and the I'etitioners J\esi)eclively, and 
for that purpose youi- i'etitioners Humbly Pray that your 
Honours wouM lake ilie niattei- into your J)e!iberate Consitl- 
cration and (Irant a Conmnltee at the l^xpense of the Peti- 
tioners to \'iew llie I'renii-es, and i^ive their C)pinions whetlier 
or not it is reasonable that the Petitioners Should have their 
Prater [granted, and if j;ranled. to say how much of the Towns 
Shall be So Sit toi;ether. rmd WhelluM- in their opinion it will 
be most for the i;ood of the Towns and the Petitioners Ke- 
spcctixely to have Said Society formed into a Town or Par- 
ish — and your Petitioners as in duty bound Shall JCver Pray. 
"Partrids;eneld Jan'y 5th, 1795.' 

Ninety-six persons siii^^ned the above ])etition, and amoiif^ 
them were Isaiah P>al)Cock and his son John I'abcock. 

In answer to the iorecjoinu;' petition, a committee was duly 
; sent, and the "West Parish in Partridj^^cfield" became incor- 

porated. It had a legal existence of two days less than nine 
years, when it was merqed and lost in the present town of 
j Hinsdale. The General Court which p^ranted the recjuest was 

( assembled in the historic old statehouse, still preserved at the 

}head of State Street, in Boston. The towns of Partridq-efield 
and Hallon were not represented that year, a local option 
law allowing small towns to send a representative or not 
j as they chose. The act was signed by Governor Samuel 

! Adams, fourth governor luider the constitution of 1780. His 

customary dress on public occasions, we are informed, was a 
tie. wig. cocked h.at. knee breeches, silver sjioe buckles, and a 
red cloak. The act was signed on the 23d of June. 1795, and 
the news of its passage was brought from Poston to Perk- 
shire by stage, but arrived forty-six years ahead of cars, and 
sixty-six before a telegram. It was received in the midst of 
} the busy sea5<)n, for they were all farmers in those davs. 

I Each town and parish was obliged U> build a meetinghouse 

and sui)port a minister, as well as build schoolhouses and sup- 
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port schoolmnstcrs, Ix^lli rc(iuircnicnts being equally biiulinj,'. 
'JMie cluirclu'S iiuinI he orllK'.ln.x. which was cciistrucd lo 
mean Coiij^Mej^rilioiial, it beinj^ the staii'linj^ order in llie 
State. 

'J'he assessors' tax book for the year 1798 shows one hun- 
dred and li fly-one resident taxpayers rnul >ix nonresident. 
The valuation of the ])arisli was f 17,322 \ew J-jij^land cur- 
rency, or t^57,7-|(3. Tlie valuation now of the same territory 
is $700,cx)0. There were 

66 Houses i Potash Works 

1 Inn 112 Horses 

I Store 58 Colts 

7 ]'\-ic-nUy (trade or pro- 231 C'ows 

fession) tSo Oxen 40 ])airs. 

1 Grist Mill 343 Stock (»llier than cows 

5 Saw Mills 239 Swine 

6 Shops 

'J'here was no money at interest, bank stock, or other invest- 
ments assessed. i)\ seventy-l"i\e owners of horses, but live had 
UKjre than two. Of ninety-six owners of cows, but one had 
more than nine, and but ten more than seven. Of thirty- 
eij^ht owners of (txen, but ten had more than one pair. There 
were no sheep, l-'arm cro])s were taxed, and the ([uantities 
produced were small per individual producer. Of wheat the 
avera<;e produced was i^y> bushels; of rye, 14 bushels; corn, 

11 bushels; oats, 12 1-3 bushels; hay, 5 tons; llax, 78 pounds. 
They were possessed of moderate means, but nearly all owned 

' homes. Of the one hundred and hft\--one men in the parish 

\ twenty years old and upw.ard. rdl but thirty owned a house. 

They showed <;reat liberality in building' a meetinc^house. It 

. was built by taxation, but they \oluntarily placed themselves in 

I line for the purjwse. and it is the voluntary actions of people 

which show their character. The tax rate for buildini^ this 

house was $43.60 on a thousand dollars valuation, and a ])oll 

\ tax of $9.04; the town taxes beincif additional. A similar tax 

' to-day would yield enr)u_L;h to build a church costing- over 

; $55-000. 

On Oct. 4, 1790. the meetint,diouse was accepted as com- 
pleted, and on Oct. 17 was dedicated. This meetin^hou.se is 
not now standincc. but upon the same site is another very sim- 
ilar to the old structure. The writer has been to the site of 
the old church, l-'or twenty years or more the church was not 
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Isaiah Babcock, Sr., ami I lis Pcsci'iulanls. i i 

ctcr in wink-r he([iicnlly dn t])s l(j yj dcj^rccs hcluw zero in llic 
llcrksliirc llills, the rcLjuIar altciidants at the clmrch services 
must have been pii'ily hardy people to have heen able to have 
remained through the services. The lirsl sextoti was i)aid a 
salary of three doUars per year. They were a hard-worUini^. 
upright, and industrious people. Of tiie pri\ali(jns they en- 
dured we can form our own opinion. 

The following- deeds apjiear on record in the oHice of the 
l\e,ijister of Deed^ of Ik-rkshire C'oinitv: 

\'ol. xix. paL;e A.V): "Isaiah IJahcock conxeyed to his si )n 
I'LIisha on \)i.c ()lh, 1777, 5_'j.i acres of land ol'f from hi,^ own 
farm for f^o." 

Vol. N\i. pac^e 3<)5: "To his son lo!ni Jan. _'5th. 1 7S7. a 
large portion of his limine farm, and 53 acres ailditional for 
.1300. •• 

Vol. XXX, ])age }y)[): "'J'o Jason (loodrich Mar. loth. i 7SS. 
213/2 acres for L43."' 

"To Lsaiah and his son John hy (k-i^d dated .\pril jSih, ij*j2, 
to Jesse Goodrich. 38 acres of land for Oj()." 

This is tiic last of record of Isaiah Ikihcock. Sr.. in fierkshire 
County. Mass.. llis wife's nrune docs not appear uj)on anv oi 
his deeds to purchasers of land. It is certain, however, she was 
living, for. in 1795, she was one of the twenty-three foimdcrs 
of the First Congregational Church in llinsdale. Mass.. which 
was organized at her son John r>aI)cock's house. Isaiah Uah- 
cock. Sr.. was in the War of the Revolution, as is evidenced 
by the following: 

. George Plumb ISacon. eighty-two years of age and a grand- 

I son of Phebe (Babcock) Pdackman (daughter f)f Isaiah. Sr.). 

I writes as follows: "Grandma ]^)lackman f Phebe Pabcock ) 

! would sit down and talk about the battle when C<^rnwallis was 

I taken. Her frither was in the battle." .\ccordiiig to this storv 

I Tsaiah. Sr.. was in the C(->ntinental .\rmy at the battle of >'ork- 

f town, which terminated in the siuTender of Lord Cornwallis. 

/ It is noticed Tsaiah. Sr.. was elected on the Committee of 

f Safety. Partridgefield. Mass.. Mar. i. I77<). Cf^rnwallis sur- 

I rendered Oct. 10. 1781. It is the opinion of the writer that 

[ Isaiah. Sr.. along with others volunteered their services at this 

I critical time, but did not serve as a member of the armv f<>r 

I any IcMig period of time. A careful examination of records in 

t the War nepartmcnt at Washington fails to find him recorde<l. 

'/ This. h(^wever. is not absolute, .and ofllcial record of his service 

I may be found before this is printed. Isaiah. Sr.. was called 

"Zare" for short. It is noticed that according to the town rcc- 



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ords of Partriili^cricM he was cicrlcd "Innkeeper." 'I'lie tra- 
dition that he kept a pnhHc tavern near l\irlridL;e Meadows, j 
now the town ol Dallon. is proljahly correet. lie with liis . 

^ family and his sons and their families, with the exception <.)f 

Julias and John, sold their real e>tate abont 1795. and jctined j 

the cmii,^ration onl df Massachnselts which llowed to ilie States ) 

of New ^'orl^• and Ohio, 'j'he writer was informed while in | 

J'ern last year there are eii^htei-n htnidred old cellai> in town \ 

withont lionse o\ er ihem. Isaiah, Sr.. and his family and all ' 

Ins sons and their families, with the exception of |''li;is and | 

John, who ren)ained in .Massaclni>etts, emi::;ratc<l i(» .1 ])lace in i 

New N'ork Stale in what was then .MontL^omery, now ( )tseL;o. | 

Connty, between the tow lis of l-dk (reek and Westfttrd. and ^ 

made a settlement there, and named the place r.irtritl^elieM » 
in honor of the place they came from in .Mas>ac!msells. ( )f 

their journey through the wilderness to this s])oi the writer [ 

regrets he has no incidents to record. 'They must have snf- 1 

fercd m.-my privations incident to a new comitry. The writer j 

lias been to the site of the ]jal)cock .settlement, and was \erv ! 

nnich impressed with the similarity of the snrronndini^ conn- ' 
try, valleys, and streams to the P.erkshire Hills in Massachn- 

. setts where the pioneers came from. The settlement was lo- , 

cated in a rich and I'ertile vrdley at the foot of a Vnv;:: hill which | 

is called to this day I'ahcock Hill. Thron.^ii the valley Hows I 

a stream of pure spring- water, in which brook trout are found ? 

to this day in i^reat numbers. Isaiah. Sr.. and his wife and \ 

I, daui^hter I'llixabeth made their home with their son C'ol. Sam- ■ 

uel. The cellar (jf the old hou^e can still be seen, but the house ' 

li ■ proper has been lon^' obliterated. I 

1) It has been claimed by some previous writers that Isaiah. , 

Sr., died in Connecticut, and by r)thers that he died in Massa- 1 

I chusetts, all of which was wrom;'. The vounc^a'st son of his j 

larqe family. Jonas l',abcock. was very methodical and kc])t a \ 

daily record of e\cnts in a book which is still preserved. The ' 

' writer in his visitation to Otsc.q'o Count\- in if)nj saw this book. I 

and must say that if it bad not been for this treasure, which - 

lias been carefull i)reserved all these \ears bv fonas Rabcock's | 

descendants, the place where Isaiah llabcock. Sr.. and his f.am- ! 

ily remo\ed to when they left Massachusetts would have still i 

remained a nn'stery. In Jonas T.abcock's book is recorded the 

followini; : "I'ather and mother removcl from Partrid^etield ' 

to Worcester March lOth, 1790- Mother died October 4th, 

1804." ! 

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I responded with tlic I\ci;i.-tcr of Deeds. W'oreesicT, Mas>.. and 

inqnircd if the name Isaiah llahencU- ai)|)eared on reeurd in his 
' ofTice between the years 1794 and iSoj. and reeeived the fol- 

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I 'J'he writer states it as a fact that Isaiah Tiahcock, Sr., and 

j his wife l^li/.ahcth (I'lnml)) liahcocU made their iionie with 

j their son Col. Samuel in the town of Worcester. Otset^o 

I County, N. Y., and hoth died there: Jsaiah liabcock, Sr., Oct. 

5, 1814, a<;e(l over 95 years; and his wife I'Jizaheth (Plumb) 
Babcock, Oct. 4. 1804. A livini,^ descendant, i^randson of Col. 
I Samuel, has informed the writer he remembers hearing his 

J brothers and sisters speaking of the decease of Isaiah. Sr., and 

I his wife at his grandfather Col. Samuel's house. A grand- 

I daughter of Col. Samuel has told the writer the same circum- 

^ stance, and another granddaughter related this circumstance 

I to the writer: "i;Clizabeth (I'hunb) I'abcock made her home 

with my grandfather Col. Samuel. She called a boiled dinner 
'pot luck.' and also used to j)Iay with the rag dolls of the chil- 

idren on the ll(jor, as she became (piite childish with advancing 
years." 
I In the town of \\'c>tford, not over ten miles from where 

j Col. Samuel and his family resiiled in the town of Worcester. 

I is the Congregational Church of Westford. The writer has 

\ been inside of this church and examined its records, which are 

/ very carelessly kept. The decease of Isaiah Babcock. Sr., is 

I recorded \\]n>n these church records. This was once a pros- 

I perous and progressive church. Many of his children and 

f grandchildren and great-g"ran<lchildren were members of this 

{ church. The early records (»f this church seemed to be in a 

> chaotic slate, many rec('>rds having been torn out by people in 

4 pursuit of informatit>n and carried away. The records stale 

^ the Westfonl Congreg.ational Church was organized by brother 

f' Jeddediah Dushnell September. 1800. .Another entry the writer 

• noted was : "Revival 181 i. July iRi 2 jireached in a neighbor- 

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of Isaiali, Sr.'s, cliildrc-n did iidl ocipc the ccn>uic of die 
church sucicly for hciiiL;- dciclicl in .•ittciid;iiKc ai church uicci 
ings. 'Jdiis was mice a prosjjerous churcli, hul it has dwindled 
down in nieiuheishi]) to less than half a dozen nieniheis. It is 
a wooden structure loeaic<I on ;i hill. Its a|)i)earance is plea.siui,^ 
to Ihc eye, and tlie in-^ide is neat and conif(t!ta!)le. A i^allerv 
is in the rear of the in>ide of the church. The writer noticed 
a line, laii^e, handsoiiie liiMi- on the pulpit which upon openin;^ 
was found dale<l i 7(;S. The church is heated hy a larj;e >love. 
'JMie town of West ford is nine miles east <jf Cooperstown, 
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OTSF.GO Co., X. ^■. (Skf. I'ac.k 95.) 

of Alhany. The surface of the surrounding- country is une\en 
and hilly, huL the valleys arc fertile and productive and the 
uplands are used g-enerally for gM-azinj;-. The timher consists 
of maple, heech, ash. elm, hasswood, and pine, and the whole 
country is ahundantly irrij:jated hy sprintj^s and hrtjoks. The 
air is j^ure and invi^oratim;'. It is the rei^ion of health owiuu' 
to its elexation and delii^ditful surroundinL:;s. it was in such a 
locality as this that Isaiah llahcock. Sr., his wife, and main ^^\ 
their children passetl the latter days of their lives. A little 
way outside of the \ill.ai;e r)f West ford in a small cemeterv 
called (Iro^h Cemetery, located upon a knoll, .-md close to the 
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Bnbcnck, Sr., liis wife JCIizahclh ( I'luiiib) Bahcuck, and llicir 
daughU'r JCli/ahcth. Xo inscribed stones mark their last rest- 
ing place. A rou^h brown st<jne, native and [)cculiar to the 
country, stands at tlie head of the ^^ravcs. The cemetery is 
ovcrgjrown witli underbnisli, weeds, briars, and thorns, and is 
evidently useil for a pa^lnre h>\ by the adjacent farm^. The 
writer was deeply p.'iined at the neii^lectful coiKJilion of lhinj:js, 
and has been informed this whole cemetery, which only covers 
about half an acre of land, cannot be purchased. 1 1 ere in (lcs(3- 
late, neglected gra\es re])<)se the founders of a family with over 
one thousand descendants. 

Isaiah IJabcock. Jr.. eldest son and iirstlxirn to Isaiah. Sr., 
and J-'.li/abelh (Plumb) IJabcock, was b. in Stoningl<»n. Coiui., 
Apr. 27. i/^i. Jle was m. May 19, 1763, to Elizabeth Doug- 
las of the same ])l.'ice. .^lie was b. in X'oluntown, (j^nn.. .\pr. 

4. \7AS- 

Tlie Voluntown town records record the I'ollowing: 

"May 23rd, 1766. James Cam])bell of Killinly. C't., con- 
veyed to Isaiah Babcock. Jr. and wife Eli/abeth liftv acres of 
land." 

iLlizabelh Douglas Babcock d. Dec. 13. 1768, aged 23 }ears. 

Tlicir children were: 

Manilla, b. Nov. 20. 17^14; il. June, iSio. aged 46 years. 
Mary, b. Nov. 14, 1766; d. IJcc. 11. 1820, aped 55 years. 
Hlizabctli, b. Oct. 18, 1768; d. Jan. 15, 1785, aged 16 years, 3 incntlis. 

/ Isaiah, Jr., m. (2) Frcclove Briggs Aug. 9. 1770. She was 

i b. Jan. 20, 1743. 

I "April 25th, 1772. Isaiah Babcock. Jr., conveyed to Isaac 

I Gallup 50 acres of land for £20." lie removed from \''olun- 

( town, Conn., to New Fairfield, same State. Mere a number 

I of their children were born. .Selling his propertv here, he toi>k 

J Continental money in payment, which became worthless, and 

I he removed to a farm in Windham. Greene County. N. Y., and 

I commenced all o\er again. lie died there Tan. 18. 1827. aged 

i 86 years. His wife died at the same ])iace Mav 7. i<^3F. aUo 

I aged 86 years. In 1803 the town of Windham inchuled with- 

I in its l)oundary a part of what is now Ulster Count v and the 

I towns of Prattsville. Lexington, llmiter. and Ashland. I first 

[ found where Isaiah Babcock. Jr.. lived on the road that runs 

^ from Capt. Guns to Isaiah Babcock and I^liphalet Wheeler's 

I houses. His farm wonld be called here in Western Xew "^'ork 

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l6 Isaia/i Babcock, Sr., atn! His Dcsccndauts. 

adapted to j^ra/iii- |)iii|)<)scs lliaii ^ood ai;riculuirc. Having 
lost every dnllar In.- had ilnoii^Ii the \V(Mthlc>siK-.-,s of the Con- 
tinental money he aecepled in Connecticnt for his land, he prob- 
ably pnrtliased this farm beean^e he boncjht it eheap. Here on 
this farm he lalx.ied nnlil Mar. _>o. 1804, when he is found 
recorded upon the town records of W'indliam as bein;;- an in- 
habitant of Koad District K<\ ()0. This is all that ap])ears upon 
the town records of W indham relatini,^ to him. The writer 
understands, howeser, tiiat this farm where he lived until his 
decease w as belter adapted to j;razinjL; than agriculture. Isaiah, 
Jr., was a hard-workini;-, industrious man. lie was a strict 
member of the CoUi^re.Ljational Church, beinj; so blue in his 
religion that his life and manner of liviui,' was \ery much like 
the JUiie Presbyterians in the early days in Connecticut. He 
was honorable and upright in everytbini,^ pertnininc,' to his dailv 
life. His house was quite a place for the assembling- of his 
relatives in those days. A journey by lu.rse to visit relatives 
in Massachusetts or Connecticut was not considered a i^reat 
undertakini:,'-. It has been said by writers \vlu) ou^iit lo know 
that Isaiah, Jr., was in the \Var of the Kevolution while a resi- 
dent in Connecticut. The writer endeavored to establish this 
as a fact, but is informed by the War Department at Washini^- 
ton, D. C, that he is not recorded there, and also that his not 
being recorded there is not conclusive that he was not in this 
war. I have, however, failed to find his name in Record of 
Connecticut Men in the War of the Revolution. The fact that 
all his brothers were in this war inclines the writer to the belief 
that he may have been in this war also. 

In a cemetery in the town of Windham are interred the re- 
mains of Isaiah P»abcock. Jr.. and his wife Freelove Pri^-j^s. 
They have inscribed marble headstones, and their i^naves are 
well cared for by their descendants. It is a source of disap- 
pointment that I camiot q-ive the parenlacre of I'^reelove Rriqqs. 
She was a resident of \'oluntown. Conn.. l)ut the names of her 
father and mother I have been unable to learn. From her 
grandchildren who knew her an<l visited there I have learned 
she was a noble woman and very hit^hly esteemed by all who 
knew her. 

ThrouL^h the courtesy of Mr. Artemns P.issell. of Montclair. 
N. J., who was son of Xorman and (Olivia fP.abcock) Bissell. 
his mother beinq- a irianddanqhter of kaiah. Jr.. and Freelove 
(P>riq-qs) l^abcock. I am enabled to present an exact co|)y of 
a letter written to his son Ceori,^e P.abcock. Milford. X. \ ., 
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Feby 3rd Mic (jiioKi.i: ]'>.\i!cock, 

Mil lord Olseo;o County 

State of New York. 
WindliaiH January 29 — 1825 — 

Dkar Cini.nRi:N : 1 send you a few lines to Inform you 
about our ciicnnislance^ troubles trials i\: artlietions attend us 
where ever we be and 1 nnl^l expeei tbeni for I take thai t.» be 
my lot and portion. 1 li(i[)e they will be for our j^Dod. Wee 
liavc moved from 'TurneNS and wee arc now at Levis. We 
came lierc the fust nioiid in December. Wee lia\e a warm and 
comfortable room tn li\o in last Thursday niL;hl wa-. a week 
your Mother just before beil time went t<> .^o to the front dcjor 
throut^h the Hall in the ilark and nnssiiiLi: lier way went to the 
seller door and opened it and pilcht down to the bottom and 
almost kild her an<l was broul up almost dead and was in .^reat 
distress and .so til last ni.<;ht. She fell on her rite side bruisd 
licr hip so bad that she fainted so that l-cvi spoke and said She 
was gone wee though she was dead but she revived again but 
was in the greatest distress she could live in and has never lain 
down nor set down without two or three to help her and she 
would cry out in greatest Distress she could live in. Sabra and 
Mrs. Morse watclit with her that night. I got Docter Benham 
to blead her. Docter's vinegar and salt and which was good 
to take out the anguish we tried that but it did no good wee 
boiled may weeds and laid that on hot that eased her a little. 
She has had considerable fever. I got some powder for it. I 
got a fial of dildock and rubt that on. The Docter said I nu'ght 
get some high wines which with I got some yesterday and wet 
her hip with it warm and to(^k a i)il of opium and restd very 
well, what she had done but she cant stand on her feet iMily on 
one to bare any wait nor can she set d<nvn nor go to bed with 
two or three nor git ui) without the same help — I cant say any 
more — 

I had a letter from Shubael a little while ago. He said his 

wife began with the dropsey he had two of the best Docters to 

attend upon her thev said she could not live he said he would 

send me word when there was any alteration but I have had 

>• none vet but e.xpect one soon. Sally Turney has been very sick 

I a child is to but they have got better I suppose it like you hard 

that Lucv W'heeler was dead. Wee send our best wishes and 
f love to all of you hoping you are all well. 

I I remain vour kind l'\-ither. Is.\i.\ii B.Vbcock. 

' Give my respects Alexander and his tamily. 



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It is iiutiii-d that the i)<ist.i.!L;:c (»ii this letter was ten cents, ft 
was mailed at "More \ ilh^^ Fhe. yc 3r<i 5" and ad<lressed u, 
1 Mr. (ienrt,-^!' llahcnek. Mill'ord, OtscLjo County, X. \'.. and 

. scaled with scalini; wax. 

( I'Vcelove ( r'ri.i;.!4S ) JiabcucU survived her injuries mentioned 

in the letter si.x years. 
Their children were: 

I.rvi, I). Jiiiii- 11. 1771. 

Slnil);icl. 1). jiiiic _'7. 1773. 

Sarah, It. l'\b. :i.\, 1775. 

Isaac, I). Dcf. y, 177^). 

Gcorf^i', li I'd). 21. 1779. « 

Al)c!, b. Dec. .1. 17S1. 

Martha Bahcock. eldest dauL;hter (jf Isaiah P.ahcock, Jr.. and 
Elizaheth (Dcjuqlas) liahcock, was b. in \'nlnnto\\n. Conn.. 
Nov. 20. 17''>4. On Dec. 7. 1 jSr), she was m. to Patrick Camp- 
bell, and d. June — . 1810. aj^ed j\() years. 
i Mary Pabcock. second dauii^hter ot' Isaiah Dabcock, jr.. .and 

j Elizabeth (Douglas) llabcock. was b. in \'olunlown, Conn., 

I Nov. 14, \yGC^. .She m. May 8, 1788. Hon. James Alexander, 

of IJrooklvn. X. ^'.. and d. Dec. f i. i8jo, aired ^^ vears. 

Levi liabcock. eldest son and lirstborn of Isaiah Pabcock. 
Jr., and Freelove (llriLig's) Pabcock. was b. June 11. 1771. in 
Voluntown. Conn. He removed with his parents to Xew I'air- 
( field, same State, and later with his parents to Windham. 

! Greene Comity. X. ^'. On X^'ov. 10, 1800, he m. Sabra Ilun- 

I gerford. and resided on a farm. She was b. Au.c^. 30. 1769. 

j She d. Apr. i i. 185^, a,L;cd 8() years. Levi Babcock d. Oct. 28. 

1854, aged 83 years. 
! Children: 



.MIktI I'v.iiulcr. I). .Aup. 17. iSoi. 

.•\!iiui> Milo. I>. Oct. 10. i8o.v 

l.yinan Ilomcston. b. Nov. 5. 1805; umn. ; <!. in 1H87, aged .^-' 

ycar-i. 
Linas Bripps, b. Nov. 5. 1K05. Twin. 
Harry lliingcrforcl. b. Dec. 21, 1809. 

The town records of Windham ha\e the follow ing of record : 
1808. Levi IJabcock at a Town Nleeting elected Assess(jr. 
1816. Overseer Road Dist. X'o. 15. 

1821. " " " " 16. 

1822. .Annual town meeting held at Levi P.abcock's house 

April 2nd. .\t this meeting he was clecte<l Overseer 
'of the Poor and Overseer of Kf>a(l Dist. X'o. 21. 
1836-42-45. Elected Overseer of the Poor 



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Worcester, Otsego Co., N. Y. 

In this house I<;aiah. Sr., ami liis wife lived and died, and the first 
Masonic Lodce in Ot.^iego County was organized. 

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1834. Town Mfctiii;^ I'JcitiNl )u>tiic of 11k- Peace. 

Albert 1-.. Dalicoek. el. lest s.)ii .-md firsllx.ni of Levi and 
Sahra ( 1 luii-eiford ) jlaluoek. was h. Au-". 17. iSoi. and d. 
in Middletown. X. ^■.. June 2J, 1873. lie was ni. to Mi^^ Mar- 
garet Laiaway, hy the Kev. Clark 11. (ioodiich. Oct. _'S. iSjc;. 
She was 1). June 9. 1807. and d. Jan. JJ, 1881. 

Mr. l'.al)Ct>ck was a line business man. aniassini; a lars;e loi- 
tune in the taniun- business, which he condnctetl in partner- 
ship with his brother Kinas Ihi-'^s liabcuck. 

Children, b. in Middletown. X. \.: 

A. l.c Roy. 1.. X(.v. iS. i8y): <l. July 5. i.^'^. 

Salira .MiiVitla, h. ; d. July 7. i^J7' ;>y^''l '''"'^'l 7° year-;. 

Sabra Maretta Babcock married J«ihu Thrall, of Middle- 
town, and upon her decease becjucathed the most of her lar^;c 
fortune, inherited from her father, to the city of Middletown. 
She built and endowed a city hospital to be known as tiie Thrall 
]losi)ital. In this hospital are oil paintint^s of .\lbert E. I'ab- 
cock and his wife, Mar-aret ( Laraway) liabcock. and tablets to 
Iheir memory. She save a i)ark to the city and left $30,000 
to build .'i i)ul)lic library, which has since been built. 

Almus M. liabcock. second son of l.cvi and Sabra ( HunsL^er- 
ford) liabcock. was b. Oct. 10. 1803. Me was m. Xov. 13, 
1828, bv Rev. Mr. Xorthruj), to l-Jiiily C. Xoble. 

Children : 

Marcus Stanley, b. .\ug. 8. iSjo; d. Apr. i. 1897. 

Henry, l». Aur. 7, 18.32: d. Nov. 13, 1832. 

Frances l\li/al)etli. b. Aug. il, 1836; ni. AddiM»n P. Junes. 

• Emily C. (Xoble) I'.abcock was b. June 24. 1807; d. at Ash- 
land. Greene County. X. ^■.. Oct. 12. 1839. 

Almus M. P.abcock m. (2) .Ann I'Jiza rianft>rd, Sept. i, 
1840. She d. June 25. 1883. 

Children : 

Mary Kniily. b. Nov. 7. 1844: m. Tra R. Kerr. 

Louisa Caroline, b. Sept. 5, 184S; in. Samuel W. Sprague. 

Unas P)ri,i4o:s Babcock. third son of Levi and Sabra (Ilun- 
perford) I'abcock-. was b. in .Ashland, formerly Windham. 
Grcciic County. X. ^'.. Xi>v. 5. 1805. lie was m. by l\cv. Mr. 
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1). in koxliiuy, X. ^^, ill 1S15; \\;is an own C()U>in to Jay 
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Mr. liahfock was an cxlciHiM' iiiainil'actnrcr aiul Inisini-ss 
mail, and accnmiilatt-d a larj^c pinpcrty. I Ic d. in M iddkt(j\\ 11, 
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K()lnrl More, !>. ; m. ll.iilii- .\lcOii.iitl. 

Aii^^usla. I>. Dec. 10, iS.vi; <I. Ann. '.^ iS^>6. 

Susie I""., 1). Sc|)t. J. 1S4J; (I. I'\li. 5, iSOj. 

Julia, I). July Jij. 1S43: <l I'\l). 17, iS.|7. 

Julia !•"., 1). Ai)r. 15, ; m. IK-ury K. liiissdl. 'liny lia.I oik- cliiM, 

llarrv Ru.vsill, now living in N'cw ^'^llk Cily. Slic d. .May 20, 

lS<>S.' 
Aniiif, I). ; (1. in infancy. 

Ilarr\ I Imii^crlDrd, la>t Imrn «•!' Levi and Sahra dfunt^^cr- 
ford) llahinck, was h. 1 )cc. _' i , iSot;, and d. May J»^, 11^85. JIc 
ni. Radu'l l\a|>iiclyca. 

Children : 

Dwif^lu, li. Au^. i.^ 1S47: Ml. Sarali J. Snntli. 
Joscpliciia, I). Apr. 5, iS^i;; 111. James K Scott. 
Harriet .\.. I). Mar. 4. 1S51 ; <1. Jan. 7. i8(>i. 
Arthur I-., li. Aug. jO, \^S-'- <'• J^'y 1^. 1>^>S. 

Marcus Stanley I'.alicock, eldest son of Alnuis M. and luiiih' 
(Xol)lc) J'.akcock, was \>. at Ashland. X. V.. Aui(. 8, 1829. lie 
111. Mary Christina Smith, of Xew York Citv. Jan. 5, 1857. 
She was h. in Ithaca, X. N'., Jan. 30. 1839. Mr. Babcock d. 
in Cat>^kiil, X. ^'.. .\\)V. i, 1897. 

Children : 

Edward lUnry, h. at Iowa City. Dec. IQ, 1857. 
William, li. Cat>kill, June 10. 1S71 : d. July 15, 1871. 
Alice Louisa, b. Catskill, I'el). 15, 1S75. 

William llashronck Ikihcock. eldest son and child of Linas 
R. and .\iin (More) liahcock. was h. in .Mooresville, X. ^'., 
May 5. 1837. On Mar. 9. 1870. he m. in Middletown. X. \'.. 
Mary .\nL;ii>la Thompson. She was the ilani^hter of X'elsoii 
M. and k'Heii .*^herer Thompson, ami was h. in Middletown. 
X. ^'.. .\u-. _'-'. 18^8. She d. in Middletown. .X. \'., Jan. 17, 
1876. Mr. r.ahcock d. in Middletown, .X. ^^, I'el). 16, "1874. 

Children, h. in Middletown. X. V. : 

Annie L.. I>. Jan. 17. iS/J: ni. Wm. II. Sexton, of Middletown. 
N. \., I'eli. JJ. I'KX). Mr. Sexton is .t son of Wm. II. ami Lu- 
cretia (.Ndains) Sexton, .and was l>. in Amherst, Mass., May i(>. 
1870. They h.ivi- no childnn. 



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I Sluihac-l r.;il)0)ik, llic second son of Isaiah, Jr., and l''rce- 

lovc (i'»riL(.L;s ) I'.ahi-ock. was I), in \'olnnlo\vn, Conn., Jnnc J/, 
I ^77^- ■"'-' '"• *'""' ''*'*' ^^^" children: 

Levi Ualnock. 
Harriet Bahoock. 

Sarah Ilahcock, only (Kinj^hlcr of Isaiali Ilahcock. jr.. and 
)Mccio\c ( l>^iJ.,^t,^s) r.ahcock, was h. in .\e\v J^'aiilield. Conn.. 
I'\>h. 24. 1775. She ni. I la 'l^n■ncy. 'J'hcy had the following; 
chikhcn : 

Ira. 

llnltlali 

Sii-an, (I. >ouiig. " t 

Mary Ann. 

AIk-1 Ikilicock, kisl horn to Isaiali r>al)Cock, J''-. 'TIkI Frcc'k)ve 

(khi<^^^s) J'.ahcock. was h. Dec. 3, 1781. llis wife's name was 

Ixcla M. lie d. Xnv. 7. 1827, a.^cd 46 years. 

Chikhen, b. and (k in Otset;o County: 
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i Isaiah. 

I Jason. 

] Dwight. 

IDaiiglitcr, (I. yoiiiiK- 
Isaac kkihcock, fourth chikl and third son of Isaiali liahcock; 
1 Jr., and l'rccIo\e ( l>ri,iL;;L;s) I'.ahcock. wash, in Xew k^airfiehk 

j Conn., Dec. 9. 177^'). J Ic ni. J-di/.ahelh Wilhur. of the town of 

I North J'^'ist, now called Milan. Dutchess County, X. \'.. in the 

:• year 1799. She was a dauc;hler o\ jepthii and I^li/ahelh ( Mo- 

J slier) Wilhur. (.f Milan, Dutchess County, .\. ^'. jeptha Wil- 

/ bur ni. IClizaheth Mother in 1780. lie was b. in Milan ban. 

^^. J 759. «"1(I <!• ill 1843. 'iJ^^'i «^4 years, llis wife k'li/.abetli 
I Moslicr was b. in the same ])kice Sept. 26, 17^)3, and d. in 1828. 

,' ag^cd 65 years. Jeptha Wilbur was by trade a wheelwricj^ht, 

'j and for years his son-indaw Isaac Ikabcock worked with him 

i at llis trade and cfeneral blacksmithin^-. Thev were Orthodox 

I Friends, and when Naac iJabcock married into the Wilbur 

family he adopted their reli,c;ion and was a verv strict and con- 
[ scientions k'riend U]) to the day of his decease. 

I The Wilbur family came from Doncaster. ^'ork^hire. luiq;- 

I land. The oriijinal name was Wildbore. The lirst of rec<ird 

is Samuel Wildbore, whi>died .'^ept. 2(). 1656, in lioston, Mass. 
'. His third son. Willi;un Wildbore, born l^).^o. died at Ports- 

month. Mass. Samuel, the fonrth son of William, was born 
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'J'hc second L;ciKTaliun fliupped iho d. in W'ildljore, and ilie 
fifth gLMicratidii. I.cniiiel, son ui Mcsliach, .spell the name Wil- 
bur. The family were picuuineiil in the early history of Rhode 
Island, I)eini4 of reeord ;!s earl\ a.^ i()37 in Massachusetts, and 
165. 1 in Rhode Inland. 1 have found some u\ them classed as 
Cong rej^ationa lists and ICpiscopalians in the early days. Sam- 
uel, st)n (d* Samuel fourth, horn 169J, married l*'Ji/aheth, 
dauj^hter of I'.>ek (arn, tivst Treasurer of Rixxle Island. 

Esck, son <d' Samuel and I'di/.aheth W'iihm-, was horn Dec. 
22, 172S. This I'^ek was the father of jeptha W ilhiu-, w he; 
Nvas Ihc father of I'li/alnth. Isaac Kahcoik's wife. 

Isaac iJahcock and hi.s wife lemowd from Milan lo the town 
of Rens.selaerville, .Mhany C'oum\. X. ^'.. about the year 
180.1-5, aiul purchased a f.irm of Stephen \'au Rensselaer con- 
tainin.!.;" one hundred an<l lifty-four and one half acres. It was 
here that nearl)' all of their large family were born. 

At the Comity Clerk's ofl'ice. .\lbau\-. J-iber 37, j)age 199. is 
of record a deed from Jsaac R>abc(jck lo his son Jeptha Hab- 
cock, dated .\j)r. io. 1X30. of the remainder of his home farm. 
he having" i)rc\iousl\- sold off parcels of it. 

In Monroe County. .\'. ^'.. is a i\ci.'i\ of record, dated Api'. 3. 
1839, b\' Lelaml .S. Thompson and wife to Isaac liabcoek of a 
tract or parcel of land in the town of Rush. X. Y.. containing 
about sixty acres of land. After residinj;^ here foj- a number of 
years he sold his farm and rem«^\ed with his s(.)n 11. II. T.ab- 
cock to a farm in the town of (Ireece. Monroe County. X'. \'.. 
where he lived the lesidue of his litelime and died Apr. Ji. 
1853, aged 76 years. 

Isaac liabcock was a gorxl business man. \ery athletic and 
powerfvd, standing six feet in height and weighing about 
two hundred and forty |)oimds. While engaged with his 
father-in-law at Milan in blacksmithing he invented an im- 
proved grain cradle and steel hoc. Tie made the models him- 
self, the model (ti the grain cradle now being in possessi<in ol 
one of his descendants. His wife was a noble woman, and 
fulfilled successfully e\erv duty that devolved upon her in 
tliosc days when woiuen were often compelled to labor bexoiid 
what woman ought e\er be coiupelled to do. She made the 
clothing for her large family, and was a woman of wonderful 
resources and strong Christian character. There were no fail- 
ures in her large family of children. .All grew u|) to be Chris- 
tian men and women, and none were more respected than they 
were in the c»^mmunities where they lived. 

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the home of one of her chm<;Iiters, Mrs. Cornell, Nov. 28, 1880, 
aged 97 ycrirs, 3 months. 

Children of Isaac and llli/ahclh (Wilbur) P>abcucls, an e.x- 
act copy as entered by Isaac I'.abcock on his book of record: 

Sarali was horn _7tli of nili month 1799. 
James .Morris was horn jOih of ist. mo. iHo2. 
IMu-hc \V. was h(jrn .^oih of 51 li mo. 1S04. 
Jcptha W. was born .v>th of ^\h nio. iSo/^). 
Gforgc S. was l)orn ijili of Sili mo. iSt^S. 
Mary was Ijorn I'uth of ()ih mo. iSio. 
Isaac, Jr. was horn Sili of 10th mo. iSi^. 
Kliza was born .jlh of oth mo. 1H13. 
Henry was horn ist of 61I1 mo. 1H17. 
Stej»hen was horn ^rtl of .Sili nio. iHn). 
William was horn nth of .^ih mo. iXj.^. 
Mary W. was horn iSiii of .^ili mo. iSj6. 

Deaths: 

l""irst (lauKhlor callcti Mary. 

(lied i-jth of 7lh mo. 1H13. Ajicd 3 years & 24 clays. 
William dit-d 3rd of 71I1 mo. 1825. 

Aged 2 yrs. 2 mos. & 22 days. 
Our son Stephen departeil this life the fwenty-first of the seventh 

month 1S39 (drowned in Genesee River). .Aged nineteen years 

eleven months and fonrleen days. 

Sarah P.abcock, oldest child of Isaac ami Kli/abcth P.abcock. 
was 1). Nov. 27, i7i;9; was m. to Daniel ]'. Wini^ .\ov. (), 
1828. and d. Ocl. K), 1883. 

Their children : 

Elizabeth R. Wing. b. Aug. 12, 1831: m. William Morev. Jan. 15, 

1880; d. .Mar. 28. i89<j. Xo children. 
Adelia .Antoinette Wing. h. June IQ. 1S34; m. William Post. Dec. 

27. lf^55. ^vh'. (1. May 28. 1881. aged TX) years. 
Marcus and Marcia Wing (twins), b. Xov. 26, 1836. Marcus m. 

Elizabeth O. Rrown, Xov. 29. 1863. Have one son, Marcus Ed- 

mon Wing. h. Apr. 17, 1864. m. Sarah Elizabeth Crippen. Dec. 

29. 1891. No children. Marcia Wing m. Samuel P. Cornell. 

Nov. 24. 1885. Xo children. 
Joseph W. Wing. h. June i. 1839; m. Helen C. Hess, Jan. 14, iSci4. 

Have one son, Howard J. Wing, h. Oct. 4, 1879. 

Childreti of William and .\ntoinette I'osl, all b. at Roches- 
ter, N. y. : 

Sarah I'.Iizabcth Post, b. May z6. 1857. 
Helen .XugUNla Post. b. June lO, i85(). 
Nettie W. Post. b. .Aug. 2. i8()i. 
Marcia W. I'ost. h. June 27. i8<)4. 
Irene W. Po>t. b. Xov. 6, 18^^;. 

Sarah Mli/abelh was m. {o Rev. Sylvester S. Powell at 
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Cliiltlicn : 

Miriam CK-rtriidc Powell, I). Tully, N. Y.. Aur. 30, 1RS8. 
Olive Marmurile I'owell, li. Covert, N. V'., J*'eb. lo, i.S<X). 
Paul KcKiiiaid I'owell. I). Covert, N. V., June 1.1, I«<jl. 
Helen Irene I'owell, U. l.iltle Lieiie>ec, N. W, May ij, jS'j4. 
llei'ei 'llieotjore, 1). Lillle (n'ne>ee, Alir. 30, 1X97. 

Helen Aii«;iisla Po^t was m. to I'raiik A. I'.mwncll at Roch- 
cstcM-, N. v.. Dec. _'7, i8Sj. 
'Jlieir cliildieii : 

Frank Kaynioiid Brownell, b. koclie>tcr, N. V., Tel.. 6, 1S86. 
Mil<lreil Helen J'.iownell, I). l<oclie>.ter, N. V., May 20, l.S<>3. 

Nettie W. Post w.is in. to ]. Sears Wooden Jnne ,^0, 1883. 
No clnKlreii. 1). ,M;ir. 30, 1884. ( 

Marcia W. Post was ni. to l\eul)en \V. Powell at Rochester, { 

N. Y., May 5. 1892. One child, JIaxel J^stelle IN.well, b. at 
Rochester, X. V., Mar. 7, i<"^<;.^. 

Irene W. Post was ni. to l)i. Horace L. Huletl at Roches- 
ter, N. \., July 23. 189O. They have one danghter, Irene \V. 
Hnlett, b. C)ct. 8, jtjoi. ' { 

James Morris Rabcock. eldest son oi Isaac and JCli/.al)eth 
(Wilbur) liabcock, was b. in Milan, I )ulchcss County, X. V., | 

Jan. 26, ]8o2. He ni. Sept. 20, 1829. Lydia E. Jackson. She j 

was 1). in l\ensselaer\ ille. Albany Comity, X'. Y., Apr. 27, ' 

181 1. I'revious to niarriai;c Mr. Babcock assiste<l his father I 

in his blacksniithino" and nianufactnrin.i^ Pfrain cradles in the 1 

town of Rensselaerville. Later he became a merchant in Xew • 

York City. After niarriat,''e he removed to Union Sprin.i^-s. j 

Cayni.C'1 Comity, X'. Y.. where he and his brother (ieorj;e ■ 

manufactured strain cradles. In 1832 he removed t(j a farm 
in Grovcland, Livinqston County. X'. ^'.. and in 1836 into the 
town of Rush. Monroe County, X. Y.. where he conducted a ' 

country store successfully for many years. His health beincf 
afl'ected by the conrmenient incidental to his business, he sold 
his store ami renio\ cd to a farm in the town of lron(lc(|uoit. 
same comity. l)is|)o>inij of his farm about 1863. he removed ' 

to the city of Rochester. Pater they removed into the town of ^ 

Brii^hton, same county, to a farm which he and his son pur- I 

cliased to!j[ether. Here he re-vido<I the remainder of his life- j 

time, and died Oct. 24. i8S(». in lii^ 851!! year. 

James Morris P.abcock was universally esteemed bv all who | 

knew him. Broui^ht up the eldest son of a l.ari^e frmiilv of 
children, he early in life forme<l tho<e sterlino- principles of [ 

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\ ill the (liffcrciil coniimiiiilics in wliitli he resided, i Ic was a 
nit'iiibcr of tlic CJrllnxlox Society ot I'riends, and was unc of 
I the most j,aMnaI and conipanionaMe of men. lie was fund of 
1 ruial sports, and was a splendid slmi with either rifle or slujt- 
i^un. His reminiscences of his early life were as interestinj^ 
as ihcy were instructive. 1 le was very athletic and much j;iven 
tu social enj(;ymenl. In pt)litics he was a Whit;" .'uid a Rcpuh- 
Iicaii. lie was not aml)iii< »us for political preferment, and on 
several occasions declined the candidacy of oHlce to which he 
had been nrj^ed by his frien«ls. His wife was a noble woman 
whose stronj^ Christian character was remarked by all who 
knew her. She had that t^featest of all i^ifts. "charity"' for 
.'ill, and none were more hii^hly esteemed and resjicctcd than 
>!ie. J'"or a lone; period of her life she was a member of the 
I'irst Methodist Chinch of Roche>ler. X. \ ., and also one of 
the Uoard of Managers for the Home for the h'riendless, in 
tlic same city. .She died at the family residence in Jhi^luon, 
X. v., Jan. 25, jS(;o. 

Children of James Morris llabcock and J.ydia M. (Jackson) 
Habcock : 

]^!i/al)«.lli. 1). (Innilaiul. .\'. V.. Au^. 2. 1830; <1. Ku-h. X. \ ., J.m. 

M. 18-44 
William J., 1). C'ir()\ il.-nid. X. \ .. Sept. 22. iS^j. 
Julia \V.. 1.. Rii.il, X. \'.. .Mar. _'S. 1S41. 

\\'illiam J. liabcock. only son of James M and I.vdia E. 
(Jackson) llabcock. was b. in (Iroveland. Livingston Count v. 
X. v.. Sept. 22, ii'^32. The most of his bovhood davs were 
passed in the tcnvn of Ru^li, X. ^'. He was educated at the 
CJencscc W'esleyan Seminary. Lima. X. V. While there he 
was President of the .\mphiction Literary Society. He .i,nad- 
uated with hig-h honors. l)eing- valedictorian of his class. .\t 
the afje of eighteen years, he was Lrofessor of Mathematics 
.'U Wahvorth Academy, Walworth, X. ^'. It was a larg-e and 
lK>l)ular school in those days. He tauj^ht tri<^onometrv. sur- 
veyini.,^ and the hii^her branches »»f luathematics. He entered 
Cenesee Colle<;e, but ditl iK^t [graduate, beini,^ obliL^^cd to leave 
collei^^e at the end of his jiuiiiM- year to assist his t'ather. On 
Nov. I, 1859, he married Mrs. I'Je.anore .\u^usia ( Tanerson) 
Collins. She was the daughter of Dr. Amos ICmerson and 
Sarah Emerson, of Charlotte. Monroe Countv, X. ^'. She was 
l)orn in Charlotte. .X. ^^, Au>;. ;^o. rS.^v and died May 2G, 
]^^\\. The first two vears of their married life thcv resided 
ill Detroit. Mich. They afterward removed to Charlotte, 
A. 'N ., and resided there inUil Mrs. Piabcock's decease, when 
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he (lisiK'scd of his lioiiic aii<l Hvcd thcrcai'icr with hi^ falhcr 
and mother. Wilhain |. Hahcticls's life was one of lihal cIcm.- 
lion and scll-sacrilice. I'ittcd hy cducalion tn adfjin any posi- ^ 
tion in hfe. he sacrificed his own personal anihitions in onler 1 
that he niii^ht assist and he a comfort and companion to hi^ J 
father and motiier. ( )f a charmint^ personahly, heinjLj over * 
six feet in heiL^^ht and splen<hd!y proiH»rtioned, with a niim! { 
early cnUnred I)\ e(huation and sonnd reachni^. he was lookcil 
uj) to and resi)ected hy all who knew inni. In pohtics he was ! 
a Repnhlican, and. while he never son^hl pnhlic oflKe. he w.'i<. t 
lionorctl hy his party in many wa)'s. lie was an enlhusiasiic ' 
sportsman, ;md many a happy day was ])as>ed hy his son in 
his compan\' in pursuit of the festixe woodcock and wily 
Q'ronse. in modesty of deportment, sweetness of character, 
and constanc}' of friendship he was an illustration and an e\- I 
am])le. lie had a host u\ friends, and has left hehind him ])lea>- 
ant memories that will ne\er he effaced, lie was a mcmher n{ 
Valley Masonic l-odt^e. Xo. 109. and was a life memher "f 
Hamilton Chapter Gj. R. A. M. He died at the family home- 
stead on C'loxer Street, in I'ri^hlon. June 17. 1S8S. | j 
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A. KiiKTson IJaKcock. h. CharlnUc. X. \ ., May 15. i.S6,v I 

Julia W. Uahcock. last horn of James M. and Lydia K. 
(Jack.son) P)ahcock, was h. in Rush, X. ^^, Mar. j8. 1841. 
She m. W. W. llihhard, s. .n of Rev. !•. C. llihhard, 1 ).!).. -i '• 
Clifton Springs. X. \'., Xov. 3. i<S8o. They have no children. 
Reside in \\'ashin}j;-lon. D. C. ' 

A. Emerson l>al)cock. only child of William J. and E. An- , 
gusta (Collins) IJahcock. was h. in Charlotte. Monroe C<nnity. 
N. v.. May 13. 1863. He m. Ault. i. 1889, Blanche, dau.u'h- 
ter of D. V>. and Lucy (Hurler) Sias. of Spencerport. X. ^ • 
She was 1). M.ar. i(), 1868. in Loqansport. In<l. i 

Children, h. in Ihiqlitou. X. "N'. : .••:•,. ( 

William Jaiiu-. 1>. X(W. 2S. iSoo. | 

Ralpli HurRiT. h. Sept. 2. i8<)J. , 

Klcaiiorc. I). July II. |S<)4. | 

A. EiiKTson. Jr.. h. Ai)r. 2. i8<yj. \ 

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beth (W'ilhm) P.ahcock. was h. in Rensselacr\ ille. .\lhaii> ^ 
County. X. >'.. May 3c). 1804. She was m. three times: I'i'-' / 
to Jlavid Winir. Oct. 4. i8jr). He was h. Eel), jo. 1791. 'i'"' ^ 
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She 111. (2) Daniel 11. GjiiicH, l*'cb. 24, 1844. lie was b. 
Oct. 10, 1804, and cl. Xov. 28, 1856. a<(cii 52 years, i nnjiitli, 
;iiul 18 days. 

.She 111. (3) WilHam Cornell. <~)et. jX, 1864. Me was h. 
Iiilv 21, i/U'.J. «'>"<1 <1. on Sejjl. tj. 1877, a.!L,'ed 7S years, i 
iiioiilh, and i[) days. 

There was no i^sne from these marriages. Mrs. IMiehe W'il- 
hiir (lial)coek) Cornell d. at the resilience of her niece in Lock- 
iHut. X. v.. \o\ . 2 V 1902, aj^ed 98 years and 6 months. 

jeplha W'ilhnr llahcock, fonrlh cliihl and second son of 
Isaac liahcock and I'^li/.aheth (Wilhnr) lialuock. was !>. in 
Rensselaerville. .Mhany (,'onnly. .\. ^ ., .Xpr. 30. iSof). Jeptha 
W. remained ahont two \eais in I\ensselaer\ ille in the old 
li'Hiiestead, an<l. in ad<lili<>ii to his dnlies thei'e. en;;a_L;cd with 
his father in nianuiactuiiuL;' i^rain cradles. lie was m. to 
Mary lloac;. daui;Iiler of 1 lenr\- and Sarah Hoai^. in iSjt;. 
She was b. in Rensselaerville. X. V., July 29, 1803. Two chil- 
dren were b. to them in Rensselaerville. The family remo\'cd 
to Somerset. Xiaj^ara L'onnty. X. ^'.. and ))urcliased a farm 
of 176 acres on the borders of Lake Ontario, the trip from 
Albany to ]\ochesler beins^ made by line boat — railroads, tele- 
phones, telegraph, and electric lij^hts not bein*:;' in existence 
in those days. The prevailing' speed by boat on the canal, 
three to four miles an hour, was considered fast traNelint^ in 
those (lavs. These were the halcyon days for wheat farmiiiij 
in Western Xew York, and prosperity aljoundcd amoiif^ all 
classes. 

Jcptha W. Habcock was six feet in height and of stalwart 
frame, and was able to cope with the nh^st hardy workman. 
He could easily shoulder alone from the barn floor a baj.^ con- 
taining- three 1)usliels of wheat and load it on a wa,q;on. T.ong 
after middle life it was his boast that he had never been sick a 
day in his life, lie took an active interest in jniblic affairs, 
was a Whig- and also a Republican. In 185^). he was a dele- 
gate to the tlr^t l\e])ublican Xational Conxcntion that nomi- 
nated John C. Fremont for the Presidency. For four years he 
represented his town in the County Legislature, from 1839 to 
1842. Was President of the County .Agricultur.al Society. In 
1851 and 1852, he represented the Second .Xsscmblv District 
of Xiagara Count)- in the X'ew ^'ovk State .Xsscmblv. Just 
twenty years later, in 1872 an<l 1873. his son Isaac IT. repre- 
sented the First Assembly District in the Leq-islature. In 
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Henry IIimk, I> Nov. I-'. i^u": '1. Mar. 2C1. iP.V). 

Marv Jane, h. C)ct. 4, 1X^6, SnmiTbcl, N. V.; ni. Saimicl H. White, 

iSCo; (I. Sept. iS, 1S62. 
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Mary F... h. May 5. iR^>6; in. luluani II. {'xiyntdn, Jan. I, njoi. 

ITcnry J., h. Mar. I. iSr)S. 

I'Vcdcrick N., b July 16. 1S70: .1. July 8. iSo-'. 

Infant .^on, b. Oct. 2. 187.5; <l. Nov. 30. 1873. 

Ilciirv T- P>al)C(>ck. eldest s<in of Tlon. I. H. Babcnck- ami 
Saiali T.. (Xewliall) l^.ahcock. was h. in Lockport. X. "S'.. Mar. 
I, 1868. lie 111. I(ki Nol.le Vates. of Clevckaiul. O., Feb. 13. 
1895. She was b. June 7, 1873. 



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and National Conventions, lie was wont to reniaik that dur ^ 
infj his e.xperieiKes as a can(li<late for ollice he ne\er asked for 

a noniinati(jn. and ne\er asked a n)an for his vote. I'oth he 1 

and his estimable wife were active members of the Orlhodtj.v ^ 

Society of I'"riends. When about sixty \eais of aj^e he di^- I 

posed of his farm in Somerset and rcm<'\ril lo Lockport, X. i 

Y., where some of his family had preceded him. In laier years * 
he joined the meml)cishi|) of the J-'irst Con.i;rei;alional Chnrch. 

There was a striking resemblance anioiij^' his larj^e family of ! 

brothers and sisters, there beiiiL; a wonderful bond of alTectioii ,* 

for each other amoni;- them all throu.!:;h life. When the t;olden \ 

leaves of the ina|)le were falliiiL; on Oct. 21, 1883. at the home I 

of ilis (lan.L;hter, in Lockport. his spirit took its departure lor j 
that belter land w here the sons of the just attain lo eternal rcbl 
Children : 



Isaac Iloaj;' llabcock, of Lockp(»rt. X. Y., the eldest son of | 

Jeptha W. liabcock and Mary (]b)a,i:^) Bahcock, was b. in | 

Rcnsselaerville, Albany County, X. Y., Sept. 20, 1830. He j 

m. Jan. 15, 1861, Sarah L. Xewhall. who was b. Dec. 2. 1833. J 

Hon. L n. Bahcock is a prominent birsiness man residiiiij | 

in Lock[)ort, Xiaij^ara County, X. Y. As ])rc\iousl\- stated, he \ 
has served two terms in the State Lec^islatnre. and has always 

been recognized as one of the leaders for the Republican Party | 

in Niagara County. A number of years ago he withdrew fmni j 

active politics, at which time he could have been nominated \ 

and elected to Congress if he had so desired. lie has been ; 
identified with many jirominent business industries in Lock- 
port, and no citizen is more highly esteemed and respected 
than he. . . 

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i Isaiah Babcoch. Sr., and His t)cscciulants. 29 

I (."hildrcii. I), ill Lorkpoi i, X. \,\ 

)l*"Ioriiicc Mary, 1>. l*"cl). _'5, l<Si;7. 
F.vilitu- N'olili-, 1). Si])!. 14, iS<>X. 
j Ruth New hall, h. .\\\^. 7, i(>o<); d. June 6, 1901. 

! Sarah l-'li/ahclli r>al)c<»ck. yi)un.i;csl child (tf Jcptha W. I'.ah- 

ctK-k and Mary ( M<»aj;) J'.nht<«ck, was h. in Sonu-rsct. Xiai^ara 
I t'ounty, X. \ ., An;;-, j.j. \X\j. Shi- ni. A. h'rank Dalhcit, .\Ia\- 
k;. 1869, at l-ockport. X. ^■. Mr. lianicU (L Mar. 1. 1.SS3, al 
I l.ockporl, X. v.. aL;cd .13 ycais. 3 nionlhs, and ^5 days. 

(C'hildicn, h. in Lijckporl : 
I -on is J., 1 1. July 1, 1X70 
. Frank llowanl, 1>. Svpt. 11, iS7_>; m. .Marparrl T. I•\•r)J:ll^()n, Jinic 

9. kV^. 

\ Louis j. r.alhctl. cklc-st son «>f .A. Vv.mk LJalhctl and Sarah 

1 I'.Iizahclh ( P.ahoK-k) P.alhctt. was h. Jnly i. J.S70. He ni. 

j -Nhary C. l'\M<,n), Dec. J^, iS^f), nt .\'cw ^'ork Cilv. 

I Child: 

Fargo BalliiU, b. Dec. 2^. 1S97, Montclair, N. J. 

Gcory^c S. Bahcock, third son of Isaac Babcock and Eliza- 
i'cth (Wilbur) Babcock, was b. in Rcnsselacrville. Albany 
County, X. V., Aug. 12, 1808. Jle lived with his father until 
lie was twenty-one years of a^e, then wenl to Cnion S])rinL^-s. 
Cayuga County, N, Y., .and cnj^ai^ed with his eldest brother. 
James M. P.abcock, in manufacturing' grain cradles, of which 
his father hatl the p.atenl. lie met here IClizabeth W'inegar, 
and they were m. Oct. 31. 1831. She was b. in Nassau, Rens- 
selaer County, X. Y., Aug. 17, 1810. They lived in Union 
Springs until after the birth of their first chikl, Louisa, then 
removed to Avon. Livingston County. X". Y.. where with a 
partner he started a foundry. lie lived in Avon several vcars. 

1 and went to Michigan in 1837, stayed there for a few months. 

[ and returned Last for his family. In 1838 he settled in Xiles. 
Mich, lie followed varit^us kinds of business, and experienced 

j many of the hardships of life in a new countrv. In 1857 he 

I purchased a farm one mile fr<im the city of Niles. and lived 

I there the residue of his lifetime and d. May 5. 1899. His es- 

1 timable wife d. June 8, 1886. 

j Children: 

I I.'iuisr. ]). July 2S. iS^2, I'lii.Mi Sprinc;-;. N. Y. 

f Flicl.c W.. 1). X'ov. .'7. iS.?.^ Avon. N. V. 

I GcorRo Willis, b. May 10, 1835, Avon, N. V.; d. same place, aged 

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Charles T., Jr., h. Dec. 23, 1902. 



Mary K. ]>abct>ck. foiirlli child ni (IcDr^e S. and Eli/ahclli 
(Wine^-ar) Inabcock-. was h. in .Xvon. X. \'.. Xov. 13. i83^>- 
Slic ni. in Xilcs. Mich.. Oct. i, iS^)^. ll<>nicr P. I-^ishcr. Mr. 
Fi.shcr d. Jan. 16. lSo(>. 

ChiUhen, h. in Xilcs, Mich.: 

Louise, b. Oct. 17. 1864: d. Se])t. 2. 1870. 
Isabel, b. in Jackson. .Midi.. .\|>r. J~. 1S75. 

Stephen Iknry llahcnck. last horn of (icntqe S. ami FJi/a- 
beth (\\'incL,Mr) IJahcock, was h. in Xilcs, Mich., Dec. _''>. 



30 Isaiah Bahcock, Sr., and His Dcscouhuils. 

Mary HIi/a, 1). .Avon. N. V., Nov. n. l8?6. 

Georpe S.. Jr.. I.. Xih-.. .Mich.; d. July "19. i8<*^4. N'ilc-. .Mich. 

Ludlow, h. Ndo, .Mich., Dec. 24, 1X41 ; d. Nile>, .Mich., j.in. 20 

1892. 
James .Morris, b. .\iles, .Mich.. Nov. 22, 1S4.V. umn. 
Stei)heii Ikiiry, b. Niles, .Mich., Dec. At, 184.V 

Louise liahcdck'. eldest child of (ieorj^e .S. and J'di/.ahctli 
(Wineqar) iJahctick. was !>. in L'nion .Spriii.i;:^, .\'. \., Julv t 
28, iS^j. She ni. l-^ancis (_)uinn. June J^i, 1.S51. .Mrs. Ouinu 
d. in Jackson, Mich.. .Mar. _•_', 1897. I 

Children: \ 

I'.lla, d. in iiif.mcv. 

William, 1). Niles," .Mich.. Mar. 31. 18^5. 
IJelle, b. Niles. .Mich., Sept. 2. lS<K). 
Lillian, b. lly.le I'ark. 111.. Nov. (k i8/>r>. 
Llizabetli, b. Hyde I'ark, 111., Oct. i, \H(x). 

William (hiinn. eldest and onl)' snn of l-'rancis -.iml Louise 
(Bahcock) (Jinnn, was h. in .Xiles, Mich.. .Mar. y. 1835. lie 
m. Mi.ss Gussie Grandin, of \\'ashinj.,^ton. 1). C. in June, 1885. 
They liave one son. h. in 1890. 

Ik'lle Oiu'nn. third child of I'rancis and Louise (l>al)Cock) 
Quinn, was h. in Xiles. .Mich.. Sept. 2, 1860. She 111. in Jack- 
son, Mich., May 12, 1881, James A. Parkinson. .Mrs. Park- \ | 
iiLSon d. Oct. 19, 1896 



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Helen, b. Nov. 10, 1884. 

Lillian Om'nn. fourth child of Francis and Louise (Pjal)- 
cock) Ouinn. was h. in Hyde Park, 111., Xov. 6, 1866. She m. 
in Jackson. Mich.. 1\I). i _>, i8()8. Charles T. De Puy, of Roch- 
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Isaiah Intbcock, Sr., and I/is Di'SCi'infaiils. 31 

iS|5. He was cducattMl in ihc ciMiinion scIkxjIs in his nati\c 
l.iuii. In 1S64 Mr. llal)c<icl< t-iilistcd as a prixalc in llic noIuii- 
tcrr army, War of the Kchclhdii. lit- was so^ii promoted to 
Scri;caiit. then Serj^eaiil Major, then I'ir.-t IJentenant and 
Adjutant in the ^oih Ret.'-iment ot Michi.t,Mn Infantry, and 
was honorably (h\char<^i'd at the elose of the war. .\fter leav- 
ii'^-^ the army he has been enL^ai^ed continually in railroad 
service with various oi" ijie imporiant railroad s)stem^ of the 
West, and in nearly all this time in responsible olVicial jjosi- 
1m. ns. On Sej)!. ;;(). i.S-^j. Mr. IIabcocI< was m. in Salt Lake 
City, Utah, to Miss Lee }\u\^\. dau-liter of Jud-e |olin W. 
Judd, of Xaslnille. Teiin. 

Children, 1). in .Sail Lake ("ilv. I'lah: 

I'.irh.ira (lilltirt.t. ]>. Aw^. 16. |8<>S. 
StcplRn IKiiry, Jr., 1). .May 13. nxx). 

Isaac I'.abcock, Jr.. sevenili child of Isaac and kdizabelh 
(Wilbur) Ikibcock-, was b. in Kensselaerville, .Mbanv County, 
X. v.. Oct. 8, 1812. He m. Celia Haws. 

Children : 

Moriinior C".. !>. Aui: j;. iS.^S; u\. .M.ny Iv Iki-tol. 
Mary I-'... 1). Sept. i. 1S40: m. l-Mu in I\ Craii<lall. 
Royal K., I). .Mar. 10. i^.\4; in. .Mary I-'. Stark. 
Harry J., b. 1850; in. Klizabetli Bitbo. 

Mortimer C. eldest son of Isaac, Jr.. and Celia (Haws) 
Ikibcock, m. Mary K. liristol. 
Children : 

Harriet Lnm^r, !>. Dec. 31, 1863. 
JaiKttc- I''.. 1). .\ov. 14. 1865. 
l^artf>n V,.. 1). Jan. 7. 1867. 
Royal E., 1). .Mar. 3, 1874. 
.Mary C. b. June 3. 1875. 

Mar}- E.. sec(ind cin'M of Isaac. Jr.. and Celia (Haws) Bab- 
cock, m. lulwin P. Crandall. 

Children: y ■' ^' 

Rcssie, b. 18S0. ' ' ... 

Roy, b. 1 88 J. 

Harriet Louise, eldest dancrbter of Mortimer C. Rabcock 
and Mrn-y Iv (Bristol) Ikibcck. m. Willian) H. Marston. 
Children: 

Kda Mal.Ie. b. Oct. 8. i.S8.v 
I.inu--; Cassidv. b. Inne V 18.S7. 
Mary I'.Ii/ab.'ib. b.' I"eb,' 18. 1880. 
Henry M. HulVuId. b. Xov. _'<), 1890. 
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Barton B. Bahcock, lliinl child of Morlinicr C. aii<l Mary 
K. (liristol) Bahcock, m. Jsahcllc MacDoiiakh 
Child: 

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l\03'nl E. Bahcock, fomtli child of Mnrlinicr C. and Mary 
K. (]',rist()l) Bahcock, 111. Marj^ucrile A. Xichuls. 
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hiir) Bahcock, was h. in ]\cnssclaervillc, Alhaivy Connty. X. I 

Y., June 4, 1S15. On Sej)!. j(, iX:^;, she ni. I'.enjainin Wing. } 

]Ic was h. at Hnaneshnr^-, \. \., Dec. S. i<Sii. where his , 

father, Joseph Wilier, was a farmer and dealer in li\e .Mock. | 

When he was twenty-nine years of aL;c he removed to Irondc- * 

quoit, N. v., and ])urchased a farm of two hnn<lred acres, and j 

the most of this farm he cleared the timher off from with his j 

own hands. For thirty years he resided in JrondecpKjil, takint^ "• 

an active interest in town affairs, lie was Supervisor of the ( 

town for one term, and held many offices of responsihilitv. In .* 

1870 he sold his farm aiul removed to Bri,jL;hton, where he \ 

lived the residue of his lifetime, heincr hiiJ^hly esteemed and re- t 

S])ecte{l hy all who knew him. Me d. Sept. iTi. 1899. I lis i 

wife d. Jan. 17. 18S8, in BriLrhton. X. V., a.^^ed yi, years. f 

Children, h. in Irondecjuoit, X. \'. : j 

David, b. AiipT. II, 1S41 ; in. M.iry R. .Ayrcs. Oct. 8. 1879. 

Stcpbeii. h. Ndv. 28. 18.45; ni. Anna T. Clarke. Mav 17. 1883. [ 

I'^Iizaltcth liabcock, b. July lO, 1851 ; m. ClarciRc Df I'uv, Dec. li, 

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David Win-^^ eldest child of Ik'niamin and I'.liza (Bahcock) i 
Wing-, was h. in Irondef|noil. X. V.. .\u<,^ 11. 1841. He m. 

Oct. 8, 1S79, ^^^''S- ^I'li'v i'- Ayres. Mr. Wing- was one of the { 

pioneers in the fruit-cvai-H)rating husiness in the I'nited States. i 
For years he and his hrother Stephen, under the hrm name of 

"D. Wing & Brother." did a large husiness. Mr. Wing died \ 

very suddenly Aug. 28. t8.)7. Xo children. ) 

Stephen \\'ing. second child of Benjamin and Eli/a fBah- \ 

cock) Wing-, was h. in lronde(|uoit. X. Y.. X'ov. 28, 184;. He j 

married .Anna 'P. Clarke. May 17. i88j^. Mr Wing earlv in f 

life hecame identified with his hrother in the fruit-evaporating * 

business. In i88j he rem<)ved to Kogcrs. .\rk., and made hi> 1 
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Isaiah Ihihcock, Sr., and His Dcscciuftnils. 33 

nccis ill the fniit iiidtislry of Noillicnst Arkansas, lie iiitnj- 
cliiccd llie Inst j^emiine hinMed Jilbcrta I'each ever known in 
Northeast Arkansas, and planted the first IClberta orchards. 
In 1897 his hrother :u\i\ he shipped the first car of Klbcrta 
j)caches ever sent out of Roi^^ers, and handled the entire croj) 
from Koj^ers I0 and including; \'an lUnen. That )ear they 
were known as the "pcacii kins^s of the Ozarks." 'i'liev were 
also j)ioneers in the evaporated frnit industry ami erected tlie 
first k'uj^e evaporator in that section. The history {>{ Stephen 
W'inj^' and his hrother has been the history of the fruit industry 
alonj;" the I'riscD in .\rkansas, and the thousands that ha\c 
profited by their enter|)rise and exan)i)ie render a j^^ratefid 
homage to their memory. Mr. W ing (I. very suddenly at his 
home in Rogers, Ark., In-h. 1 S. K)')^. His (piiet, gentle man- 
ners and his cheerful greetings made lu'm ho'>ts of friends. He 
united with the Congregational Churcli in Rogers a few 
mouths ])re\ious to his decease. The daily paper in Rogers, 
Ark., contained an extended notice of his life and expressed 
the sorrow of tliat comuun)il\- in his sudden decease. 
Child: 

Winifred Iv. b. Rugcr.s, Ark., Mar. 4, 18SS. 

Eli/.abetli Wing, last born to P>enjanu'n and Fdiza (liab- 
cock) Wing, was b. in Tronderpioit. N. ^^. Jul\' 16. 1.S51. She 
m. Clarence Dc I'uy. of Rochester, X. Y., Dec. 12. 1877. Mrs. 
Do Puy is the last surviving meml)cr of her father's family, 
and resides in Brigliton, X. Y. 

Child : 

Frederic Clnrcncc, 1). Brigliton, N. Y., May 11. iSSi. 

II. II. Babcock. ninth child oi Isaac and l^lizabeth (Wil- 
bur) Ijabcock. was b. in Renssclaerville. Albauy County. X'. 
Y.. June I. 1817. He removed with his ])arents when a child 
to the town of Rush. X'. Y.. where he resided ft^r twenty years. 
diuM'ng which time he ui. Maria, the daughter of Major John 
Markham, of the village oi Rush. Mar. C\ 1830. In 1850. he 
removed to Greece. X. ^'.. to a farm, and it was here at his 
house that his father. Isaac Babcock. died. In 1864. he re- 
mo\cd with his family to Rochester. X'. ^'.. and engaged in 
the coal business, and in 1867 became the senior member of 
the firm of II. II. I'abcock v^- Co.. a firm which has become 
and is to-day one of the leading business houses in the citv of 
Rochester. In \><^C) Mr. Rabcock became a uiembcr of the 
Brick Presbvteriaii Church. He was a charter member of 



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Genesee I'^ills Masonic Lodj^e. In poliiics lie w.is .'i Ivepub- 
lican, Ijcini; proininenll) idcnlil'ietl in iis otnncils, and Icndinj.'" 
liis time, money, an<l inllneiice to its ad\ancement and success, 
lie was of a retirin;^- disposition. ha\in.!L; a calm, cool judge- 
ment wliicli often led ])eopIc to liini t'of advice and ci'unscl. lie 
(1. at his home. iSo I'niversity Avenue. Rochester, X. ^'., 
Sept. .j. i«^9.V '''^ \\]ic was h. in iSiS, and d. June _'(>, i^fj.\. 
Children, h. in Kast Kush and (Greece, X. \ . : 

l.diiisa M.. I>. June S. iSjo; d. M;ir. ii, 1S4.J. 

Hfkn l... 1). Nov. 7. iS.)j: m. l'lli>li;i M. CarpontLT. 

Cliarlcs lUnry. li. Nov. 4, 1S4.S. 

Horace John, h. I'lli. _'i, 1S51. 

George Ktlw'in, b. I'd). _\5. iS()i. 

Helen 1*'. P>al)Cock, second child of Henry H. and Maria 
(Markham) I'abccjck. was b. XOv. 7, i^^2. She m. Iilisha 
M. Carj)enter. Oct. 29. i<SC)3. Mr. Carpenter was connected 
with Iveformatory Institutions for forty years. For nine years 
he was Principal and Su])erintendent at the Rochester Indus- 
trial Sch(X)l at Rochester. X. \'. h'or twenty-five years he was 
Snjjcrinlendent at the New York Juvenile Asylum in X'ew 
'^'ork City. I'or four years he was Sui)erintendent at the Xew 
York House of Rcfui^e. He was a sclu)larly man. and one 
whose uprip^ht Christian manhood and ln\!:,di principles com- 
manded the respect and esteem of all who knew him. Mr. 
Carpenter d. Jan. J3. 1902. 

Children : 

Henry Bahrock. h. KocIksIlt. N. V.. Hoc. 1. 1864. He pradiialcd 
at New York Ihiiversity in lS«H(). and CoIleRC of Pliysician^ and 
Surgeons in i^). He d. suddenly in Rochester. X. V.. wliere he 
was a praclicinp physician. .Mar. 2.V i<*^09; unin. 

Herl)crt Lawrence, b. Rochester. N. V.. Dec. 29. iSf')/. lie grad- 
uated at New York University in 1890. and is now a broker in 
New York City: uiun. 

Hallett Mnnninp. I1. Xew York Citv. .\pr. -.7. 1872. He graduate<l 
at Columbia College School of Minis in lS<)4. He is Princijtal 
and Proprietor of Roy>;" Cullege Preparatory School in Xew York 
City. He ni. Gertrude Harris, June 10. 1892. They have one 
child. Helen Mariorie. b. June 28. 189.^ 

Helen G.. b. Xew York City. Xov. 22. 1877; nnni. 

Charles Bronson. b. Xew York City. June 28. 1886. He is now pre- 
paring at Columbia Preparatory School. Xew York City, to enter 
Yale College, in ifx>4. 

Hon. Charles H. r)al)Cock, third child and eldest son of 
Henry II. P.ahcock and Maria f Markham) l^ahcock. was b. 
in luist Ruvji. X. ^^. X'lV. 4. 1S4S. He m. Pinda P.ronson. of 
Rochester. X. \'.. Xo\-. 23. i<'^75. She was b. Oct. 16. 1850, 
and d. Apr. 5, 1893. Xo issue. 



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Isaiah Babcoch, Sr., ami lli.s' Di'scciulants. 35 

lie 111. (j) I'jlilh ll(.](Ii-n. of Xcw Voik C'ily, Mar. 1. \(joo. 

Ml. I'.ahiock i> a prumiiinit l)U>incs.s man dJ KoclK'stcr. X. 1 
^'. Jlc lias heen (inc (jf llic l-'ish Coinmis.sioiieis for the State I 
and McinhtT of tiic Hoard of l-'oic^trv for several \ears. Since \ 
tlie decease of his father, lie is the senior nieniher of the lirni I 
<>t 11. II. r«al)Coel< iK: ( o.. coal dealers, and prominent in innny | 
corporations in l\oche>ter. AKo. like most of the nienihers of j 
the IJahcock family, holds a hi.^h position in Masonr\-. ■ 

When the Isepnhlicaii I'arly was retnrneil to power in the j 
Stale ol Xew ^'ork on Ian. i. iS();. (lov. Morton fonnd it ! 
necessary to reor^ani/e the \arions departments at Alhanv. j 
and amonj;- others the depariments of h'orestrv and the l-'ish } 
and Ciame Commissiftn. .\ii act was pas^ed 1)\ the Lej^islatnre 1 
consolidatin.i:: these two de])artments. and ( io\ . Morl(<n in look- | 
inj^ ahont thronj^h the .State for suitable memhers of the I'or- j 
est, l-'ish. and (iaiiie (.'omini>>ion. I'mallv selected Mr. Dahcock 
as one of its memhers. The condition of the fore>t. fish, and i 
p;-amc intcicsts in the State was nnsatisl'actory. and strcjii^- i 
men were needed to hriiiL,'' about the reforms that were nr- j 
gently demanded. .\ better selection could hardly have been i 
made, lor Mr. luibcock had been for many \ears an acti\e and ■, 
deeply iiiteroted sportsman of the highest class, lie entered | 
npon the work of the Commission with enthusiasm, ami in- i 
troduced business methods into the alYairs of the Commission 1 
in the conduct of its work, systematized the ])roduction and ! 
shipi)iii^- of spawn and youni,^ hsh for stockint^ various waters ' 
of the State, which increased the i)ro!luction \erv lartreK'. So 1 
well was this work done that, when Cov. Morton's term ex- ; 
])ired and (low lilack succeeded him, public appreciation of 
Mr. I'abcock's efforts was show 11 by the creation of what was • 
known as the l^'orest Preserve lioard, a T.oard created b\- law 
to ])vncliase .Adirondack lands for a ])nblic park. Durini:^ the 
four years this Roard was in existence more than one (piarter 
of a million acres of land was purchased bv the Roard. and a 
larj^e area of .Adiroiulack forest was reclaimed lart^a-lv thions^h 
Mr. Rabcock's efforts from those who either had iio title or 
whose title was held in hostilitv to the State. 

Gov. Rlack throughout his administration relied upon Mr. 
Rabcock for advice upon all matters connected with forestry 
and fish and i^'ame subjects. Mr. R..ibcock continued as a 
member of the I'oresl Preserve l^iard lhn^u<..;h the adminis- 
tration of Cio\-. l\.Mi-e\«.-lt ;m<l through the first term of (iov. 
Odell's .'idministration. The I .eirislatnre in the meantime ha<l 
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36 Isaiah Babccck, Sr., and /lis Dcsccndanis. I 

ihc IV)rcsL ] 'reserve Board, and. llic work of pmcliasini;^ Adi- j 

roiidack l\>rcst lands hasin^ hccn cimiplclcd, Mr. Jiahcink re- , 

tired from the consolidated Commission at the expiration ot { 

his term of office. ' 

Throiii;;hout all liis jjuhlic career Mr. J'abcock's work' has 1 

been distinL,Miished for a faithfulness to piihlic interest and the { 

application oi hnsiness principles. .\n excellent business man .' 

himself, he bron<;lil his hnsiness methods intt) the i)ublic ser\'- '• 

ices and conducted the affairs of his office in such a manner I 

as to not only prevent criticisiii, but to brint; abonl resnlts that * 

will ultimately be of the <,^reatest possible value to the .State. ( 

Horace John Jiabcock. foiuth child of Henry II. and Maria | 

(Markham) llabcock, was b. in Greece, X. V., b'eh. Ji. 1.S51. i 

He m. Jjllian Rmerson Xov. 2, iS/f). She d. Mar. 13, \^)G, \ 

and he m. (j) Dora Miekle, of Cincinnati, ().. Xov. K^. 1X99. j 

Mr. JJabcock has no children. I 

Mary Wilbur liabcock. youni^est child of Lsaac and I'lli/ca- 
beth (Wilbur) Jiabcock, was b. in Rcnsselacrville, Albany 
County, X. ^'.. .\])r. 18, 1826. She removed with her parents 
to Monroe County, X. Y., when but four years of an^c. On 
Apr. 3, 1 85 1, she was m. to X. Cleveland F.radstreet. of Roch- 
ester, N. Y. Mr. Bradstreet was b. in Dauvcrs, Mass., Apr. 
25. 1 82 1. 

Their children were: 

Charles Siiiiincr. b. Nov. 10, 1855. 

Edwanl Goulil, b. Apr. 27. 1857. 

Cicorgc Ik'iiry. b. Oct. 2, iS.;^. 

Mary Louise, b. Mar. 30, iS()7; in. William \. Randall, of Boston, 

Mass., Dec. 25, 1895. 
J. Howard, b. May 10, 1S69. 

Hon. N. C. Bradstreet is a direct descendant of Gcorp^c 
Simon Bradstreet, of Massachusetts; has lived in Rochester, 
N. Y., over sixty years. He was elected Mayor of Rochester 
in 1863, and afterwaril served two succe.ssive terms in the As- 
sembly of the Stale. His business and political lit'e has been 
an active one. On .\pr. 3. igor. Mr. and Mrs. Ijradstreet 
celebratetl the fiftieth anniversary of their married life, at 
which time they received the congratulations of a host of 
friciuls. 

Edward G<>uld, their second son. d. Jan. 2f), 1881. a^ed 2}, 
years. 

Gec>rc^e Henry, their third son. m. Miss Carolyn Bri'^ci's, of 
Rochester. 






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Isdinli liabcock, Sr., and IJis Descendants. 37 

Tlifir thiMrcii .irc: 

Koy C. b. I)<c. I. IS.'^). 
Florence Kiitli, l>. July 4, iSSj. 

Gcorj^c lK:iir\- tl. May j^, lyuj. ' 

George JJabcock, fourlli son ami fiftli cliilcl of Isaiah I'.ab 
cock, Jr., and I'rcclove ( I'rij^j^s) liahoKk. was 1). in Xcw 
FairlicKl. Conn.. I'd), ji. \yy\). He rcniovcd with liis jiarcnls 
to Windluini, (irt-t-nc C'nunty, X. V. The town records of 
Wiiidhani have the follow ini; : 

April 1805. I'athniaNter of Road Disl. Xo. 60 

(Where his |)arents resided) 
iSif). Overseer Road Disl. X(j. 60. 

181.}. •' " " No. J 5. 

Throiii;h the conrtesy of Mr. .'\rtenias Dissell, of Monl- 
clair, X\ J., 1 a[)i)end the follow in;j^ : 

"This is to Certify that Mr. Cjeor;j;e Bahiock wris Volun- 
tarily Enlisted into the Company of Lii;hl Infantry under 

My Command, 

D.\nii:l CiL'.mhi:rt. 
Windham, jejune. ]8oJ." 

Georcje P>ahcock m. in Windhrnn. N. Y., Olive Simmons. 
They had a family of ei.L;ht children, all of whom were b. in 
Windham, Greene County. X. Y.. nainely: 

Abel Sinimoiis. h. Sept. 30, 1807. 
llcrnian Brip^^. '». .Xpr. 21. 1809. 
ITirnin Slcclc, b. May 12. 1811. 
lloraci- Havens, 1). Jinic 10, 1813. 
Harriet Xcwcil, b. Jan. 17. 1817. 
John Torlcr. b. May 14, 1819. 
Olivia, b. Apr. 16. 1821. 
Mary, b. Aug. 22, i8_'4. 

About i8j6 George Babcock and his family removed tn Mil- 
foril. Otscp^o Ccninty, X. Y. At the County Clerk's oflice in 
Coopcrstown, C)tse,i;o County, X. Y., is of record a deed to 
him of land in Milford by fohn and Ivlizabeth Moore. Mr. 
Rabc(Kk was a ver\' strict rresbyterian, and was very hiii^hly 
esteemed and respecte<l by all who had the pleasure of his 
ac(iuaintancc. He died at his Imme in Milford. X'. Y .. Jan. 
22. i8.j4, ai,fcd 64 years and it months. Olive Babcock. his 
wife, w.is 1). Feb. 0, 1785, and d. Jan. 20. 1858. aued •;2 years, 
II months, II da\s. The followincf notice of his decease 
prcpaied bv his pastor has been jjlaced in my hands, and is 
here copied verbatim: 



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"Died of C'Diisnmptiim al his l•c^>i<le^cc• in Milfonl, Olscj^o 
Co., X. \. January Jjnd Dca. Clc(jrj;c I'.abctxU in llie 651I1 
year of Ili^ :\<^v. In the death of this servant of Christ, the 
J*reshytciian Church and .society of which he was a nieniher 
has sustained a loss thoui^h to him we hehe\e a Qreal ^ain. lie 
was a nati\e of C onneclicul and foi" ahi>ul 40 year^ ol his liie 
a professed Christian, lie retained to his last nionjents a re- 
niarkahle attachment lo the dislin'^uishiuL; doctrines of di\inc 
grace. It was manifest to all wli.. intimately knew him that 
he felt a holy jealousy for the honor of (iod's Character. This 
undouhledly arose in part from his intimacy with the liihle. 
'J'he Ihhle was his constant companion and he was a systematic 
rea(k-r of it. The margin of almost e\er\' i)aL;"e of the old 
I'amily Dihle was lilled with pencil marks |)ointin.L;' to some 
impt)rtanl passage or containing; some important thoniL;hl. (^ne 
<;reat anxiety of his mind in his last da}s was that (lod would 
j)erniit him to li\c kmi^ eiiouc^h to cumplete the reading' ot his 
15il)le throuj^h the iSth time. Km his spirit .1^ to]-: il;>; flight ere 
he had complete<l his L;ieat ])Ieasnre. lie slept sweetly in 
Christ and dexcnU men carried him to his i;ra\e and made 
lamentations over him." 

The wiiler also here inserts an exact copy of the orii^inal 
letter written hy Mr. Bahcock's son. Ilerman Ihii^i^s liahcock, 
lo the writer's Qreat-j^rand father, Isaac Ikihcock-, containinti^ 
the sad news of the decease of his father, who was Isaac's 
brother : 

MlLl'ORD 

Jan. 21, • . . • 

N. Y. . ; . 

MU. I.S.\.\C B.MJCOCK 

Rush 
Monroe Co 
N. Y. 

Mii.i'oRi) January 2^^. 1^44- 
To I.SA.xc r>Ar.cocTN: 
Dr. Sir 
I now have to communicate to \-ou the news of the death 
of my Father, who expiretl ycsterda\- '4 before -\- M-: be 
died in the triumpli of faith in his rcdeciuer. and is we hoi)C 
c^' believe now Siui^ini:^ ])raises to the TJod who he has s<i loni^ 
professed to love and adore, his last davs were happ\' fla\s 
to him, he often expressed himself by snyini^^ "O hann\- hour.'' 
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llic last, the lamp went uut Cira<liially, for a few days piccctHl- 
iiiL;- his (loath he was at limes deraiii^ed some what, hut was 
generally in the full imssessioii of his faculties, his mind clear, 
and ne\er expressed himself in fa\or of recovering; hut was 
willinj^ t(j <;(), williniL;- that (iod"s will should he done in refer- 
ence to his case, his disease was comsumption, had heen run- 
niiij^ down since last l-'ehruarw hut has not heen conlincd to 
his room hut nine weeks & conlined tf) his hed ahoul the same 
time. We feel we ]ia\c lost an earthly friend and one the less 
to j)ray for us, and for Sinners in this place one to }^ive us re- 
]if;ious as well as other instruction, hut we must now l<jok to 
(i(Kl who j;a\e and wiio has the ric;ht to take away at such 
lime as seemelh j^ood to him and this dispensation is a warn- 
iuy^ to us he alscj read)' for in Such an hour as we think not 
the Son of man cometh, the family takes this death very hard, 
the family are all at home except Horace and he would have 
heen here if he could pn^sihU- lia\e left his husincss, liie ]""u- 
neral w ill he tomorrow, it would have heen gratif\inL; to J'ather 
if he could ha\e seen some of iiis hrolhers he fore he left them 
but dill not. 

The friends are all well in these i)arts as far as I know, we 
would like to hear from you as s<^on as convenient, the family 
send their hest rei^ards to all of you (Jv: would he hapj)y to have 
}()U visit Milford as soon as you can. Will it not he con- 
\enient for Cousin Mary to make us a \isit next Sprinc;;. let 
her stop with me at l'\)rt Plain as I shall nmst prohahly locate 
there. Still 1 may not, if I do n<>t. I shall remain there next 
summer 1 would he most happy if she would come down & I 
speak the Sentiments (jf my wife. She need not wait until 
Spriui^. we are keepinGf house and are always happy V) see 
our friends. 

I ha\'e nothing;- else (if :niy interest to communicate to you 
and will close, let us hear from you soon. 

II. P.. Pahcock. 

TTerman Pritrys Pahcock, second child of Geor^LCe and Olive 
(Simmons) I'ahcock. was h. .\\n. 21. iSo(;. lie m. Maria 
Adams, of Rahuay, X. ]., J:m. (). 1^40. She was h. Ma\' Ji>. 
1820. and d. Dec 3. iSSh. " Mr. Pahcock d. Jan. 26, 1 S77. 

Children : 

Willi.iiii lli-rninti. Iv Jniu" 5. if*45. 

II.Trrv .\(l;iin>-. 1). M:iv _M, iS.|S. 

Frederick .\.l;iins. h. M;iy i<;. 1S5S: d. Oct. j6. i88(1. 

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]>al)Cock, was I). Mav u, iSii. Jlc in. J.ois ]OIixal)ctli Ttjuii- 
sc-nd, Oct. II, iS:;7. She was h. in Gilbcrtsvillc, N. V., Mar. 
3, 1817, and (1. Mar. 19, jSC)^). aj^cd 49 years, llirani SUelc 
Babajck d. l-Yh. jo, 1868, aj;ed 5() years, 9 months. 
Chihhcn, h. in Coopcrsluwn, X. W: 

ICliza L., b. Apr. 2.\. uSjij; d. J.\ii. 24, 1841. 

Iklin Klizn. 1>. St-j)!. 13, 1S4.I. 

(Icorf^e, 1). I'\li. 10, i.S.^fi; ti. .Mar. 11, 1S56. 

llorace Havens liahcock, fonrth child of Gcorj^e and Oh've 
(Simmons) J>abcock, was b. at Windham, (Ircene Comity. 
N. ^'., Jnne 10, 1813. He m. at .Albany, X. \ ., .Apr. 2. 1839, 
Margaret .\. Hall, dan_i;hter of Green an<l .Marj^aret ( Can- 
field j Hall. She was b. at .Albany. .\. ^'.. ban. 27. 1817. and 
now resides in Little l\alls. X. ^'. .Mr. Uabeock- d. in .\lbany, 
N. A'., in Feb., 1871). 

Children: 

Gcorpc Grc'iii, h. .Mli.iny; d. s:.mc place. • 

Alice, I). .'Mliany. 
I Uoiact.- (iroui. 1). Oct. 28, 1845. 

! Anna, h. Alhanv. 

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Harriet Xewell, fifth child of Geort^c and Olive fSininions) 
Babcock, was b. Jan. 17, 1817. She m. .Amos Bissell, Jan. 
19, 184-^. He was b. Dec. 24. 1812, and d. in 1889. Mrs. 
Bisscll d. at Milford. N. A^. Mar. 11. 1879. 

Child, 1). at Milford, X. A'.: 

, George Norman, b. Dec. 25, 18.46. 

J(*lin Porter, sixth child of Georije and Olive ( .Simmons ) 
Babcock, was b. May 14, 1819. He ni. Sarah Hul)bell and d. 
at 3'alatha, Fla., and was buried at Bridjj^eport. Conn. 

Olivia Babcock, the seventh of eit^ht children of Georqe 
and 01i\e (Simmons) Babcock, was b. at Windham, Greene 
County. X. A'., on the ir)th of .\\)\-., 1821. The foUowin;:!;' 
hic)j::raphv of her wiitten by her son .\rtemas Bissell is ^iven 
verbatim : 

"When but about four years old. she removed with her 
parents to the village of Milforil. X'^. ^'., and until her decease 
on the 2Tst of October, i8()S. she m.ide that place her home. 
Her father, a deact^n in the l-'ir^t Presbyterian Church of Mil- 
foril. and her mother were earnest Christian people, briiiLjint^ 
up their chiUlren carefully and lelii^iously. She was <:,dven 
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Isaiah Babcock, Sr., and His Descendants. 41 

tlic Scripliircs. At the :ii;e of sixteen she unilevl with the 
church referred to." 

On the 3(1 of J- eh., 1847, Ohvia wa.s married t(j Xi)ruian 
Ijissell. 'i'hree sons hiessetl their union, one of whom. .\rle 
mas, now resides in Monlchair, N. ]., the other tw(j ha\ im; died 
in childhood. As to her reh<;ion, it was not of a t^doomy 
type, hut rather of the kind which produces a merry heart and 
a glad coiuilenance. While thus possessinj.;^ a genial disposi- 
tion, she was of a dignified demeanor, l-'or many years, she 
and her sisters Harriet and Mary were leading memhers of 
the Preshyterian Chinch choir. A distinguished aulliority 
wrote in (his connection as follows: "1 ne\er heard so sweet 
singers as those liahcocU girls!" 

]\Irs. iJissell was noted for good works; in fact, on the 
very day of her demise at the age of seventy-seven her hands 
were employed in needlework for a missionary's family in 
Kansas. l'2ncoiu"aged hy her hushand, her home was a place 
where the needy could ohtain material assistance, excepting 
those who had sciuandered their money for intoxicants. For 
such persons she would do hut little, if an\thing, until they 
evinced jiositive signs of reformation. 

The suhjcct of our sketch was very forgiving of an injury, 
and was almost studious in her efforts to avoid any injury of 
the feelings of others. It may he added Mrs. liissell was a 
great lover of all outdcjor varieties of tlowers. She was also 
loud of large umhragcous trees, admiring in particular the 
gigantic elms upon the grounds of her home, sometimes per- 
sonifying them as her friends. Often in conversation and cor- 
res})ondcnce. she would refer to their varying moods and 
characteristics. 

Mrs. r>issell always took especial pride in her Babcock lin- 
eage, regarding it as one of eminent usefulness. 

Children of Olivia (P);d)cock) r.isscll and Xorman l^.i^sell : 

Artcnias. b. Jan. lO. 1S4O. 

Al.c-I I'.al.cock. 1). May 17. if^.S-': <1. Ih-I). 14. l«57- 

Charles, b. Mar. 2},. 1X50; d. June I J, 1S60. 

Mary Pahcock, eighth child and last born to George and 
Olive (Simmons) P.abcock, was b. .Aug. 22. 1824. She was 
m. to Albert Steele, of Windham. X. Y.. Oct. 6. 1875. ''>' ^^1^' 
I\cv. S. C. X^an Camp. Mr. Steele was b. Sept. 15. 1803, 
and d. Sept. 19. 1890. No issue. 

Harry .Adams P>abcock. second child of Herman P.riggs and 
Maria (Adrnns) Piabcock, was h. May 23. 1848. He m. Afary 
Stewart Smith, Sept. 13, 1876, 
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Cliil.l.cii: ( 

Stcwail Siiiilli, I). June .>7, 1S7.S; <I. IX-c. 18, 18R1. \ 

Harry A<l.iins. li. Oil. s. |S7<;; <1. Dec. 21, iX«i. | 

I'rcdirick AdaiiiN, !>. May 19, 1.S5S. I 

]•' red crick Ad.'inis liabcDck, lliird child (tf 1 Icniian IJri;:;^!::^^ 

and Maria (Adams) liahcnck, was I), May i<j. 1 '*^3''^. lie ni. ^ 

jcaiiic Carter. .Mr. J'.alic" kU d. Oct. j(), 1S86. I 

Cliildrcn : . 

Edward Carter, ii. ; d. . ^ 

Frederick Adams, ],, Sept., I'Sjy. . • . • ' . . f 

Grace I.alliii, l». .May, iSS.j. ' * '. I 

Mary .Aii^u^l.t, b. .\pr., 1SX3. J 

Helen l'".li/.a liahcock, second child of llirain Steele and . 

l.ois J-'.Iizahelh (Townsend) JJ.ihcnck'. was h. Sept. 15. 1^.14. » 'i 

She ni. May 14, 1S7-', .Mheit \'an I )n^en. at StoclJjridiie. I 1. 

Mas.s. lie was h. at Stockhrid-e. .Ma^.s., Dec. J5, 1^42. ) ' 

Children : 

Anger l^li/ahetli. I). Oct. i<>, 1S75. 
Laura, b. Ai)r. 7, iSXo. 

George Xoiinan Uisvoii. eldest .son ot' li.arriet .Xewell ( llah- 
cock) Bissell and .\nios liissell. was h. at Milford. X. ^'.. Dec. 
25, 1846. Hem. (I) Sarah 1 lanilin. jnne 2(;. 1S71. She was 
1). in Rutland, X. V.. Dec. ij, 1S4S, and d. May y, 1877, in 
Milford. X. Y. 

Children : 



Clarence U;imlin. 1). Apr. 6. 1S7.V 

Amos, b. Tan. i.v 1S7;. 

David, b. "May i"s, 1S77: d. Oct. S. 1877. , 

He m. (2) ll;mnaii ll.iye^. J.m. 3. 1S88. She was b. in Lee. j. 

Oneida County. X. ^^. Oct. 18, 183^). 
Children : 

Addison ll.'iye^. b. Nov. ?. 1R8S. r 

Ceorjie N'orm.in. 1>. .Mar. i,^ 1S90. I 

Mr. l^.issell d. l^cc. 31, h;OI. at White Plains, X. V. '. 

Artemas liissell. eldest child of Xorman l^>issell. [r., and 4 
Olivia (T.ahctick) I'issell, w.is h. Jan. U). i84(). He c^raduated 

at PrincctfMi irniversity in the class of 1873. On I'Vh. 3. 1881. j 

he was m. to X'ettic Kstelle Sai;e. of Xew IV-rlin. X. S'. She . 

was I). Oct. 2, i85r). and d. in Denver. Colo., Jan. 29. 1894. I 

Children: 

Cardcra F.^telb-. b. X.-w H.rbii. Jan. 10. iK9j. j 

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Mr. I'.issrll 111. (J) Mr>. Mary l-.niuia Liinc. of Clialliani, 
.\. |.. SfiJl. (). i,S(;5. She was I). Dec. \ ;:,. iS^>7. ami lla^ *.iie 
child !)>• her lirsl hu>han(l. Harriet JChzaheth l.une, h. \nv. i. 
1 89 1 . 

Horace (ireeii I'.ahcock. eldest child and son of Horace 
Havens and Mar.Liaret A. (Hall) liahcoek. was h. in .Mhany. 
X. ^■.. (X-t. jS. iS.i5. He ni. at Little 1-alls. X ^^. Jan. _'<). 
iSiSi. Allie M. La l^ie. dan:^luer of Daniel W. and Mary E. 



(Schuyler) La Due. She was h. in Little I'a 
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I'jioch liahcoek. second son ol l>aian. 
(IMninh) r.al)Ct>ck. was h. in Stonin<.;ton, Conn.. \)l\\ jj, f74-- 
He renio\ed with his |)arent.^ into the State of Massachn-etts 
in 177-'. He is imI recorded upon the town recoi<ls ol I'ar- 
trid^el'ield or in the county records of lierkshire Couiitx. Ik- 
was in the War of the Kevolution. and is thus recorded in 
Massachusetts reports of her soldiers in this war: 

"l^nocll r.ahcock. Ser-eant. Capt. Frances Stowes Co.. Col. 
James Converse (Worcester Cn.) Re.trl- Service three days 
in Auj^ust 1777 on nn alarm at ricnnin^ton." 

In the hook entitled Xew York in the Revolution, hy 
Tames A. Ivoberts. Comptroller. Enoch P.ahcock is recorded 
inemher of the Fourth Rci^Hmcnt. Albany County Militia. Col. 
Lilian \'an Rensselaer. In the same record also appears an 
Enoch P..-il)cock. Dutchess County Militia. Col. William Hum- 
frey. Fifth Ive.uiment. It i-< the oi)ini(«n of the writer that the 
three En<K-hs recorded were the same person, runl was the son 
of Isaiah Bahcock. Sr. In those days. Alhanv County e\- 
tcndetl to within a short distance of the town of Partrid^eheld. 
^Lass. 

^[rs. Gcor.qe Reed Bahcock. in a jnenealoiiv she wrote over 
thirty rears a^o. states Enoch P>al)Cock. son of Isaiah. Sr.. died 
in Massachusetts. The writer knows noihin;.;- further about 
liim. 

l^lizabeth r.;ibcork. eldest dau-hter of Laiah. Sr.. .and Eliza- 
beth dMumb) r.abcock. was b. in Stoiiinoton. Conn.. June 0. 
17.4;. She did not marry, but lived with her parents until 
after their decease, when >he was cared for bv her youngest 
brother. ](»nas F.abcock. If the church records of the Con- 
.Cnei^atioiial Chinch at We^lford had been properly taken care 
of, 1 prouinc I would ha\e found (he dale of her decease en- 



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tercd tlierc. Slic was n vci)' rclij^ious woman, ami used lo 
\vaiulcr lont;' distances ftoni her home in order lo attend re- 
li}^ioiis meetings. She is buried in the Cjrogh Cemetery Ijy 
Ihc side of her father and mother. j' | 

l^h'sha Baheoek. the ihinl son of Isaiah. Sr., and KhV.abeth | j 

(I'hnnb) JIahcoek, was b. in Stoninj^ton, Conn.. July j(>, 1747. * I* 

lie removed with his p.arents lo Partridi^^efield (now Ilins- { 

dale and Pern), IJerkshire Counlv, Mass., in 177 J. The town •, 

records ot rartndi;elield have tlic following relating lo him: I ! 

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March _'.itii. 1777. Town Meeting elected C(Mi>lal)Ie. j ! 

March Jdth, J 77S. Town Meeting elected on Committee 

on Safely. 
April 2(.)th, i/^S- Town Meeting, one of a committee to 
take census of school district of 
from four to si.xteen years of age 
and make returns at next meeting. \ 

I'^lisha I'abcock. we think, was twice married, h'irst to 
Elizabeth I'eircc. I believe the surname is C()rrect. for the 
reason that one Ebcnezcr Peirce seems to have been witness to [ 

his many transfers of real estate. libenezer Peirce was a Jus- 
tice of the Peace in P'artridgefield, and while I cannot state I 
it to be a fact that his lir^t wife was ^fr. Peirce's daughter, I 
feel reas(Miably certain that such was the case. 1 am also \ery | 
certain that the following were their children, who were b. in 
Partridgefield, Mass. : 

Elisha P. . . 

Alice. 

Charles. V " 

Eunice. | 

Eliza. I 

Sylvester. ( 

John. 



Elisha P>abcock was in the War of the Revolution, and is ( 

recorded as follows in Record of Massachusetts Soldiers in 
this war; 

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uel Brewer's Regt." (Berkshire C(tunty). Tn the Ixx.k en- 
titled New York in the Revolution. a!)d a later wt^k. Sup- 
plement. i)r.blished by I'lx-ConiplrolUr Koberls. of Xew ^'(^rk 
State, appears the name of .an FJi-^ha I'abcock frr)in Albany 
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cliiisetts line, williiii a few miles of rarlricl[,a'fickl, Mass., and, 
as Klislia I'.abcock fmally sellled and died in the town of Xcw 
Lebanon (set off fr<>ni Canaan in 1819), Ojlunihia C'onnty, 
\. v., it is fair to assume that the Khsha recorded from 
Albany Connty was Jsaiali nabcock, Sr.'s, s(jn. His name ap- 
pears as "J'risate, in (ol. Leu i^ l)nb<jy's 5th Re<;iment. 1"be 
Line." The Line were re.i;nnenls in the United Stales service 
under (ien. (ieor-e Waslini-ton. There were re.^iments of 
artillerv and an (.rL;ani/.ali(>n of (Ireen Mnunlain boys in the 
Line. JJe is alst> recorded in "The Levies," enlisted men, Col. 
iMcdcrick W'eissenfel's l\ei,dment. The Levies were drafts 
from different militia regiments, and from the people direct 
as well, which could be called upon tt> serve outside the State 
(Uirinj; their entire term. 

He is also recorded in the ''Albany Co. Militia Col. Kilian 
Van Rensselaer 4tli Ueidment." Li the New Vork in the 
Revolution, Supplement, is found the foll(nvin,L;- : 

"Klisha Jiabcock. Assi,i,mor, Land P.ounty Ri!.;hts. In 
1781, a liounly of Land Rii^dits, — a Ri.<:,dit ])eini,'- 500 acres of 
land, was offered to ofliccrs and men for two re^nnients there 
to be raised for the defense of the State of New Vork. A pri- 
vate and non-commissioned ofiiccr was to receive one Rii^ht." 

Elisha I'.abcock is also recorded under the head of Lrmd 
Bounty Ivighls as Assignee. ]t is the opinion of the writer 
that Elisha Babcock finally settled upon his tract of land, or 
a portion of it, received for his services in the War 01 the 
Ivevolution, situated in the town of Xew Lebanon, Columbia 
County, X. Y., and there lived the residue of his lifetime. 

It is a source of great regret to the writer that a more posi- 
tive and full record of Elisha and his brother John cannot be 
given in this work. In 1902, while the writer was in the town 
of Peru, Berkshire County. Mass.. one of the Selectmen of 
this town informed him that a terrific tornado a few years 
ago destroyed their town house and ruined a large number 
of the early records of Partridgefield. The town reoMcls of 
Partridgefield now extant contain no records of vital statistics 
in that town. 

The following deeds of record are found in the office of the 
Register of Deeds of Berkshire Cinnity. Mass. : 

"July 30th. 17S5. Isaiah Babcock to FJisha P.abcock 5-''^ 
acres of land in Partriilgcfield. Consideration i'.^o. 

Witnesses. Signed. Is.\i.\ii B.mscock." 

Elt.\s B.\bcock. 

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"J)cc. 3 1 si, i/^J. 'riujinas Marsli.'il to IClish.'i Jiahcock. of 
I'arli iil^clic-M. <iiK' uiidividcd third part of ihri-c hundred 
acres (it land in railnil^dicld. C<^nsidc'rali<>n 1'75. 

Witnesses. 'I'lios. Mausiiau., hy Ally."' 

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"Dee. ,^ist, 17S7, Idisha I'.aheoek In Thumas Marshal, for 
I'/O on purchase price i»f land as follows: L«)n\eys one un- 
divided third part of three hundred acres of land in Tartridi^e- 
Ik'ld with the Lahnur done "U the .^alne, etc. 

W'itnes.^es. Jii.F.sii.\ TiAHcock." 

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"Ma\ Sth. in the 14th year of our independence A. I). 1793. 
I'Llisha liahcock'. of rartrid^elield deeded to .\l)ner .Ma^i>n tor 
ilyo Tifty-six acres of land on which was his hi>n>c and ham. 

Sit^ned h'l.i.siiA Hakcock. 

1'JJ/A1!1;TII r.AliCOCK."' 

"Dec. 11th. 17<;,^ Klislia r.al)C(ick to Xoali r.enson for 
£11-.?. 10 a i)arcel of land lyini; in l'artrid.i;el"ield. part of a 
lot of Undivided Lam! of 300 acres, containing J 1 acres and 
30 rods of land. 

Witnesses. Eli.sha liAi;coCK." 

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Al.ICK ])Ai;COCK. 

"Sept. 3rd, i7<>-|. hy i\ccd to .\nios Barret all liis ri^ht autl 
tilk" and interest in an undivided 300 acre lot of land lyinij^ in 
Partridj^elield. said Ini lieini;' occupied hy me the said IClisha 
l>ahcock. with hay and Indian corn now standinsj^ on the 
])rcniises loi^ether with the hnddini^s and all the aitpurtenanccs 
thereto helon^inq;. 

Witnessed hy Signed. Ki,i.sii.\ B.vhcock." 

Ji:ri:miai[ II.\sc.\i.i.. 

El.T.SllA r. ri.MiCOCK. 

'i'\-h. 17111, I7<M. FJisha I'.ahcnck. of Partridgefield. con- 
veyed to Isaah I'arnum of Dallnn a tract of land Kinii in 
I'arlridgelield. it heing part of a lot of 300 acres of undi\'ided 
land, as il is so-called in all 18)2 acres. Xo consideration 
named. 

Witnessed hy Signed. Ki.isiia IVmhock." 

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l!^Iislia Jj;il)C"ck ;iii<l famil)' ji)iiit'tl Iiis fallici' ami l>i<»llici".>5 
niKl their families 111 tlic-ir cinii^^ralimi out <>i' Ma>>iaclui>clts, 
which tloufd Id {]\v Slaic ni Sew Yovk. At the Ctjunly 
Clerk's OlVicc. in C'(M)j)crsiM\\ n. ( )l>ei;o County. X. ^'., the 
followiiij^' tlccds arc recorded : 

"May isl, 1807. Thomas Gulden and Alexander Cnldcn, 
iLxrs. of Cadw .'diaikr C'niden, of COIdenhain, ()ranL;e Cn. by 
iheir Att)-. to J'Jisha liahcock. of linrhni^ton, ( )l>e_i;ij Co., 
N. v., a tract <jf kind lyini;' in I'nrhnLititn, up'-n which a re- 
lease of inorti4a_c;e had htcn L;i\en hy said l^li^ha Hahcock. 
dated Dec. _'.|th, Jjg^, fnr U4 1 - .v.io to the >aid Cad\val!a<ler 
Colden, t\vent}-one acres of land. Con^idcratinn Si 1 5.()(x" 

"Feb. 11th, 181 I. IClisha liahcock of the 'i'ow n of Ihirlini;- 
toii, OtsegX) Co., X. Y. to ]'-l)enexer Kolo, of the same place, 
20 acres and J4 rods of land in the town of Ihirlini^ton, X. \'. 
Consideration $1 37.00. 

Signed. J''lisii.\ liAucocK i,. s. 
her 
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When Elisha Dahcock's first wife died the writer has been 
unable to ascertain. She died in Partridi;ericld. Mass.. and 
Klisha Babcock must ha\e married his second wife, Deborah, 
before he removed to New York State. 

"I'>b. iith. 181 I. Elisha Dabcock and Deborali. his wife, 
of the town of Burlington, Otscj^o Co., to Jarcd Johnson, of 
same place, u acres j (ptarters and six rods oi hand f(jr 
$170.00." 

Elisha's sii^naturc ])rtt\ed by l-lbenezer Ivolo a subscribing;" 
witness, who made afiulavit Jan. 15, 18 13. that he saw I'disha 
r>abcock si<;n the instrument. 

Xothin*^ further appears c»f record relating- to him in Otses^o 
County, and nothing;' is found in the count}- records of Dela- 
ware or Montj.ij'omery Counties relatinq- to him. His son 
l^lisha P. I'abcock settled in the town of riaint'ield. Otseg^o 
Comity, X'. Y., as appears by the following: 

"J^'^ii- 8th. 1810. John DeLancev by Atty. to Elisha I'ab- 
cock, Jr. of riainfield, Otsego Co., X". Y. 51 acres of land for 
S255.00." 

"July 8th, 1810. Ebene/er Morgan of Winheld. Herkimer 
C.\." X'. Y. to l^lisha r.abcock. Jr.. of town of Pl.ainheld. Ol- 
.sego Co.. X''. Y., 36 acres of land in the town of Plainfield. 
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"Sept. J31I1, 1830. lilibli.i LJalKuck ami Polly, his wife, of 
JMaiiihcld, Olse<;o Co., N. Y. to J'ibcnc/.cr Uass, of the town 
of Ednicston, same count}', Tliirty-six acres of laiul in IMaiii- | 

ficlci. Consideration ^^^475. 00." .' 

Sij^ncd. Elisii A ]'..\i;cock. i 

" POLLV liAIKOCK." ! 

This is the last mention of liiisha I'abcock, Jr.'s, name in 
the records of Otsei^o Connly. It is the opinion of the writer \ 

that Jtllisha Jjahcoch, Sr., and Jr., settled finally in the town j 

of New Lebanon, Columbia County, X. V., and died there. | 

The names of J-Llisha and John P>abcock are n(jt recorded upon j 

the town records of Canaan or New Lebanon, Columbia I 

County, N. Y. It is certain, however, that Elisha and his I 

brother John settled there, and died and arc buried in some j 

cemetery in that town. \n 190J, when the writer visited the 
town of Canaan and examined its records, an old resident in- i 

formed him that an l-^Iisha Pabcock, deceased o\er thirty | 

years ap^o, once kept a hotel at Lebanon Springs, and is de- 
scribed as a large, porll\' man, blue e)es, fair complexion, and 
brown hair. 

Charles P>abcock, son of Elisha and Pllizabeth Bahcock, was 
b. in Partridgcfield (now Hinsdale and Peru). Berkshire 
County. Mass. The date of his birth T have been unable to 
ascertain. lie m. Zili)ha llolcomb. She was b. in Canaan, 
Conn. 

Their children were: ' ' ' ' 

Ix)rciizo l?al)COck ; d. Clarksoii, N. Y. .' . •- • 

Orlonzo I'.ilicock ; <1. P.iirlin;;lon, N. \. ' { 

Cliarlcs Rahcoc-k ; d. P.iirlincrt"n. N. Y. ... ' 

Eliza BaI)cock ; j. Walcrtowii, N. Y. '' « 

Caroline Babcock ; d. Ilarlwick, N. Y. ." ' i 

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dale, Mass.. states that "Jan. 2nd, 1792, Charles P.abcock and \ 

others joined in a petition to the Legislature for a committee | 

to locate a meeting house, etc." ' 

Charles P>abcock d. in P>ur1ington. Otsego Countv. X. Y. j 

Orlonxo llabcock. second child of Charles and Zilj)lia HIol- j 

comb) Babcock. was b. at Ot.sego. X. Y., Oct. 18. 181 1. He \ 

m. at Otsego. X. Y.. ^^ar. 22. 1837. ^fary .Ann Russell, daugh- I 
tcr of William and Sarah ((larrett) Russell. Mr. I'abcock 
d. at Burlington. Olsego County. X. ^^. Oct. 14. 1843. Mrs. 
Babcock d. at Coopcrstown, X. \., Sept. 18, 1S91. 



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CIiiMrc'i), b. at l^.urlin;;luii, N. Y. : 

L. Louisa, b. Mar. 27. 1838. 

William Sitliuy, b. I'cb. 2«;, i8.}(); d. Aug. 5, 1848. 

L. I.oui.sa liabcock, eldest cliikl of Orlon/.o and Mary Ann 
(Russell) Babcock, was b. at liurlini^ton, Otse;^o County, N. 
Y., Mar. 27, 1838. She ni. at same place, June 23, 1858, 
David A. Avery. 

Children, b. at JJurlini^ton, N. Y. : 

Jennie Louisa, b. May 5, 1859; ni. Coopcrslown, N. Y., Oct. 28, 
1888, William W. Woodcock. 

Kli/a Babcock, eldest daus;liter of Charles and Zilpha (IIol- 
comb) IJabcock, was b. July 23. 1808, probably in Otsego 
County, N. Y. She ni. Truman Stickney Anj^cl. He was b. 
in Otse«;o County, N. Y., Dec. 28, 1806, and d. in Watertown, 
Jefferson County, N. Y., Dec. 21, 1 89 1. Eliza (Babcock) 
Anoel d. at Watertown, Jefferson County, N. Y., Dec. 19, 
i87"2. 

Children : 

Charles Babcock Anpcl, b. Clayton, N. Y., Feb. 10, 1834; m. 

Watertown, N. Y., Oct. 9. 1S56. 
Eliza .Scavir. b. Sept. 22, 1837; d. Watertown, N. Y., June T, 1878. 
Burt Crittenden, b. Clavlon. N. Y.. Mar. 21, 1830; ni. Kllen Holden. 
Ellen Burt. b. Clayton, N. Y., Nov. 7. 1842; m. Oct. 16. 1865, 

Edward M. Gates, b. Feb. 10, 1842. He d. Watertown, N. Y. 

John Babcock. son of Eli-^^ha and probably Elizabeth 
(Peircc) Babcock. was b. in that part of Partridg-efield, Berk- 
shire County, ]\rass., now called the town of Peru. Jan. 22, 
17S0. lie m. Clarissa Ifarlow Grey, IMar. 17, 1S08. Mrs. 
Babcock was b. Mar. 14. 1787, and d. Feb. 21, 1856. Mr. 
Babcock d. July 21, 1860. He was a first-class cabinetmaker 
by trade. I^arly in life he removed to New Lebanon, Coliun- 
bia County, N. Y. 

Children, b. in New Lebanon. N. Y. : • ; 

Tliaddeus Grey. b. Apr. 7. 1800; d. in Oiiio. 

John JefTcrson. b. .Apr. 28. i8n ; d. 1854. 

Sylvia .^nn, 1). Mar. 22. 1813; m. Henry Roberts. 

Eliza Ann. b. May 18. 1815: d. 1S54. 

James ^^ap;ce. b. July 4. 1818. 

Reuben Madison, b. Oct. 24, 1820; d. in Ohio. 

ICdwin IL. b. Nov. l.>. 1822. 

Adaline .\inelia, b. Feb. 16, 1825; ni. Dr. Henry C. Bosworth ; d. 

Pittsfield. Mass.. ^fay 15, 1887. 
Georpe Henry, b. .Apr. 20. i8j6; m. Sallic ^fcrrill. 
Horatio Xel-^on, b. July 12, 1828; d. Jan. 23. 1853. 
Clarissa Harlow, b T'eb. 4, 1830; d. May 15, i860. State Line. 

N. Y. ; m. Frank Sparks. 






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Children, b. in riltslicld. M;iss. : 



Jiiliii William, li. .Aii^^. i'), 1S51 ; m. I'liuma Wri^^lit. 
Mary AiiRusta, 1). .Aii^. <>, iS.m; in. Cliarlcs ,\. Crusitr. 
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Jlohu William ]>altc(>ck. (.•Idcst child <>|' jaiiK-s .\laL;c'c and 
Jane Calhcrino (.\llcn) liahcock, was h. in riltslicld. I'.cik 
shire County, Mass., Ant;'. H), 1851. lie ni. at (jrand lilanc, 
Mich., Kninia W'li^hl. July 22, 1877. She was h. at Iosco, 
Mich., Apr. 13. 1853. Mr. and Mrs. JJahcock reside at Hat- 
ton, Mich. 

Children, h. at (jrand ]>lanc, Mich.: 

Lcroy A. ; tn. Clara Hayes. 
Carroll R.; in. .Mabel Cro.sliy. 
Mabel C. ; m. James Dinimick. 
William [. 
Alfred W. ' 

Mary Augusta Bahcock. second child of James M. and Jane 
Cathcrnie (Allen) Babcfjck, was b. in Pitlstield, Mass.. Aucr. 
9, 1854. She m. at the same place Sept. 20, 1875. Charles .\. 
Crosier, son of Henry and Betsey (Cole) Crosier. He was 
b. at Old Windsor. Conn., Apr. 23, 185 1, and d. in Pittsheld, 
Berkshire County, Mass.. l-'eh. 14. 190 r. 

Children, b. in rittsfield, Mass.: 

Walter Lawrence, h. July 5, 1S77; m. rilt^-field. Ma>s., Feb. 19, 

1807, l^elu'cca C. Rophton 
Bessie Allen, b. Mar. 16. 18S0; m. GlemJale, Mass., Oct. 2O, 1898, 

George J. Warner. 
Albert ilenry, b. Mar. .;o. i.'^'^^; mini. 
ICrnest Leroy, b. Nov. 8. 1884; res. SpriiiRfleld. Mass. 
l-"lorence Mav. b. Jan. i. 1887: res. PittslK-hl. Mass. , 

Roval Francis, b. Oct. 10. 1888. 
Isabel, b. Oct. 28, 189.;. 

George Henry Bahcocl-c. ninth child of John and Clarissa 
Harlow (Grey) l>al)cock. was b. in Xew Lebanon. Columl)i;i 
Comity, N. v.. Apr. 20. i8jr>. He m. Sarah Gilbert Merrill. 
She was b. at Litchfield, C<>nn., June 14, 1820, and d. in Lee, 
Mass., Jan. 2, 1898. 



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Harmon Si.lIi>. !>. Apr. n, 1841). 

Lyman Haldwm, L. June 15, 185^; m. Kosa L. I'aslia, Ocl. 7, 1875 

No i^suc. 
Willarcl, Willis (twins), d. in infancy. 

llannoii Scclcy liahcock, eldest (IiiKl of (Icoroe llcmv and 
Sarah (lilhert (Mnrill) r.ahcuck, was b. in Xcw i-chanoii, 
Columbia County, X. ^'., Ai)r. n, 1849. He was educated at 
ihe Public Schools in Lee, Mass.. and Leno.x. same Slate, and 
at ]jrookside Seminary, Stockl)ridi;c. .Mass. At J.enox Hij^h 
School was awarded a medal for beini; the best scholar, ile 
graduated at I'.rown I'niversity June. 1874, and was valedic- 
torian of hi:, class with desj^ree of A.l^.. He received the de- 
gree of A.]\l. in 1877. He was admitted to the bar in 1877, 
and is now an .\ttorncy and Counselor-at-Law in l'r(j\ idence. 
R. I. He has held the followinc^'- ofhces : Sujjcrintendent of 
Public Schools. !■',. Providence, R. I., three years; Coroner 
for ten years; Solicitor for five years; Treasurer W'atch- 
markel b'ire District for ten x'cars. 

]Ie is a member of the Beta Theta I'i fraternity, and de- 
livered the poem at two conventions of this fraternity, one at 
Cincinnati, O., and one at Niaiii'ara Falls. X. Y. He also de- 
livered the poem at the dedication of W'atchmarket Fire 
l^ibrary, and also before the Alumni of Hrown University. 

He m. June 11. 1879, Eva Sophronia, daui,diter of Samuel 
and Abbv Jane (Mattoon) Pelden. of Lenox. Mass. 

Children : 

Samuel Roldin, 1). June 9. 1880. 

Sarah .Xhliy. h. l*"ob. 15. lK.S.^: <1. .Tpcd 3 years. 

Mary Katlurine, 1>. Jmic 20, 1S90. 



'j Mrs. I^)abcock d. Oct. 17. 1899. and Harmon Scclcy P>ab- 

I cock m. (j) Apr. 17. KpJ. Julia bXelyn P.uckminster. daugh- 

ter of Cajjt. Charles West, of St)Uth Portland, Me. 
Child: 

Harmon Scclcy, Jr., b. .\iir. 2. 190V 

Cieorge I3al)cock. fourth son of Isaiah. Sr.. and Elizabeth 
(Plumb) Babcock. was b. in Stonington. Conn.. July 27, 1749. 
He m. Susanna ShekU^u. of Otsego Cmuity. X". ^'.. about 
1767. lie removed with his family in the year 1772 with his 
parents and sisters and brothers to Partridgeheld. Picrkshire 
County. Mass. The writer could luid no deeds of record to 
him in Berkshire County. He did. however, own land there, 
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52 Isaiah Babcock, Sr., and His Dcscciulants. 

"Jail. 15, i/ijo, iW-ov^c JJahcock, .Mori-at;e Deed lu Wood- 
bridge J.iille, of Pitlstield, Mass. coiidiliuiietl (^n the iiayinciU 
by George JJabcock of ilie siiiii of i"J4, ^ u according to Iiis 
note, Conveys 45 acres of laud with a brid-e way." 

"Jan. 15th, J790, to Woodbiid^c JJtlle a piece of land in 
rartiidgelield containiui; 45 acres of land together with a 
bri(li;e way for £40." 

His wife did not si.L'.n either of the aho\c deeds. 

"Sei)t. /th, 1790, (iconic Jiahcock and Susannn, hi.s wife. ; 

to John and Josiah l-'ranci.-,, ui I'ittstielih Mass.. ccjiiveyed a 3 

certain tract or piece of land in rarlridi^efield, lieini,^ part of j 

Lot No. 2, and is iUuied and Ijomided as followeth : J3ci,dn- I 

ning at a stake and .Stones staiKhng at the Xorlheast corner ? 

of Jesse Goodrich's land thence rnnning North l\\ein\- degrees 1 

East one luindred and twenty-si.x Ivods to a stake with stones { 

about it, thence west three JJegrees South sixty-four J^ods to * 

a hemlock stump marked willi stones about it, thence south 
to the middle of the Iviver, thence up the River to a sharp 1 

stone which is an original corner of lands formerly belonging t 

to the Grantor, thence west eighteen and onedia'lf Degrees. * 

North twenty-two Rods to a slake and stones, thence South 
eleven degrees, Iiast forty-nine rods to a stake and stones. { 

thence south eighteen and one-half degrees west to a slake and ] 

stones standing in the North line of Jesse Goodrich's land, then } 

a straight line to the first l)ound mentioned Containing forlv- 
eight acres together with Bridge way from the main road to 
said land. 

"Consideration £90. 

(Signed) Gkorge B.xbcock. 

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The town records of Parlridgefield have the following of 
record : I 

"Mar. 1st, 1779. Town Meeting elected Constable." » 

"Nov. Sth, 1779. Town Meeting. Voted and chose | 

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and Ebenezcr Pierce a committee to \ 

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bat ion. and so all run off without 

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"Jan. 25th, 1780. Town Mectinl,^ Voted to abate llie rate 

of Nathaniel W'liite and George 

Babcock' bill." 
"Mar. 3rd, 1783. Town Meeting. Voted to reimburse 

George ]5abcock $50.00 Continental 
■' ' Money which he paid for said town 

in 1780." 
"April i6tli, 178»> Town Meetin^^ elected Sealer of 

Leather." 

In the book enlilk-d Ma^^achn^etts Trovincial Coni;ress 
Jt)nrnals, and of the Comniitlcc of Safely (Boston, 183S), 
page 538, a|)j)cars the following: 

"May 7th, 1775. Mr. c;eori;e Babcock charoed with the care 
of a house havini; conii)lained that certain persons came to said 
house and taken' from thence considerable furniture. Voted 
that this complaint be referred to Congress, and that Mr. 
Cushing- be desired to accompany saiil Dabcock there, and that 
the aboVe vote be sent to the council of war for their a])proba- 
tion, which vote being- sent, it was api)ro\Td accordingly." 

George Babcock was in the War of the Revolution. From 
Record of Massachusetts' Soldiers in this war I append the 
following: . 

"George Ikibcock. Corporal. Capt. William Watkins Co. 
Col. Benj. Simonds Regt. (Berkshire Co.). Muster roll dated 
Ticonihroga. Feb. 2^, 1777. Enlisted Dec. 16, 1776. Enlist- 
ment to expire Mar. 15. 1777. 

His youngest brother. Jonas Babcock, has the followmg 
entrv in his book of record : 

"May 7th, 1793, George moved out of Partridgefield." ^^ 

Children of George and Susanna (Sheldon) Babcock. The 
first three b. i)robably in Stonington. Conn. The remainder in 
Partridgefield. Berkshire County, Mass.: 

EliVabcth, t). Aug. 4. i/'jS. . ' 

Giffio. b. Nov. 4. 1771- 

Lemuel, b. 177-J; i"- Lucy Sawyer. . , ,- . 

Gcorpc. b. 177.^: ni. 1R02. Mary Gates, <lau. of Capt. Daniel Gates, 
of Greene Coiuitv. X. Y. , ^ . 

Susanna, b. 1774 ;'in. (i ") Capt. Daniel Gates; m. (2) Augustus 
Torry. 

Tsaiab, b. 1776; ni. Alinira I.andon. 

Sarab. b. 177R; m. FIclcber. 

Anna. b. 1780; m. .\bsnlein Russell. 

William, b. Feb. 11. 17.^.^; m. Julia R(.c<l. 

Diadenia, b. T7>^5 , ^ ■, t 

Olivia, b. 17S7: m. (i ) Pliny A-liby !• iclil ; m. (2) Isaac Jen- 
nings : m. (3) Dr. J'.bn K. Miielull. 

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Gcorjjc I^abcnck with his t'.iniily rcunncd in ijy)^] to the 
low 11 of Olsci;n, {)l>ci;ii CoiiiitN, X. v., which was [)ri)liahly 
the former home of his wife. 

The follow iiii:^ a|)|)ears of recnid in the County Clerk's (jf- 
ficc in C3tscgo Comity, X. \'. : 

"Scpl. 3ril, I7<>.v W illiaiii (Onper i>\ Cooperstow n, \. ^'., 
in llic County of ()t.se_L;(>. l'",S(|iiire of the Inst pail, and (ieorii^e 
liabcoek of the Coniit\- and Slate alOresaid yeoman of the sec- 
ond part. Thai the said William Cooper for the sum of l'^^, 
ST, coiueys to said I'.ahcock all that tract ami parcel (»f land, 
siluale, lyiiij^ and heiiiL; within the hounds of a |>ateiit L,n"anled 
to Cicorije Ciroi^ham and others, and hounded as follows: 

"On the west line hy the Deiinin^lon setllemenl. On the 
north hy part of lot numher e!e\en on lands of Joel S(|uire, on 
the cast hy lands of John Tire, and mi the south 1)\' ])arl ni lots 
numher nine, or lands of !)arius Warner including;- parts of 
lot numher ten heii\n the west end coiitainini;' (50) lifly acres 
of land. 

Signed Wiia.iAM Cuotek."' 

Signed in presence of 

RicMiAKi) R. Smith. 

R. F. C(K)ri:R. 

The ahove \\'illiam Cooper was the father of the celebrated 
novelist. J. Fennimorc Cooper. 

"Sept. 3rd, 1793. Mortgage to William Cooper upon the 
above properly for £33, st, to be paid within three years." 

"The above mortgage discharged .April 23rd. iSor.'' 

"March 23rd, iSoj, to secure the ])ayment of $77-00. he *. 

gave a Mortgage to Setli Doubleday and John Adams. Over- ( 
seers of the l"'oor for the Town of Otsego, Covers 2i;)4 'icres 

of land in the town of Otsego." 1 

"May 31st, 1808, the above was discharged." | 

When George Babcock sf)ld his property in Otsego County j 

the writer has been unable to determine, lie hr»wever. re- \ 

moved with his son William to 1 [opewcll. X'. "\'.. and died at I 
his son William's house. Mar. iS. 1816. His wife. Susanna 

(Sheldon) Babcock, died in Otsego Cr»untv. X'. ^^. in 1708. 1 

There are numerous families of Sheklons still li\ing in Otsego | 

C(Minly. but the writer has been unable to delermine the parent- j 

age of Susantia Sheldon. George P.abcock's wife. j 

Kli/.abet!i P»abcock. eldest child of George an<l Susanna / 

(Sheldon) l^>abcock. was b. prol>ably in Slonington. Conn., { 

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Isaiiilt Biihcuch, Sr., niu! His Drscnulinils. 55 

Ikt parents were li\ini;' at ilic time ni her niarria<^c in Par- 
tri'lj;cficl(I, Berkshire Lounly, Ma^>., il is presumed she was 
married there. She d. May (>, 1S4S, and her luishand d. Jan, 
JO, 1830. 

Their chihhen were : 

AJ.it;ail (SIosmhi ). 1). I'd. i.v 17HK; d. 1H46. I 

Klccui (.i'nltiT). 1). Mar. i<», i/t/j; d. 1^54. | 

William 1"., I). Jan. jo, ijfjj; d. 1S53. I 

Sally, I). Oct. 1, i7g.|; d. \i>(jij. . 

Susan, h. Oct. j(>, i?*/.; d. Dec, 1796. J 

David. I., l-'cl.. JJ, 179.S; d. iSj.?. ', 

Bfiijainiii Wells, 1). Aiip. i }, i^!oi ; d. 1^32. 
Clarissa, li. Oct. i(), i.^>3; d. 1X5.4. 

Myron 11., h. Aiu". j6, iStK. ; d. 1875. ' 

Cliailcs 1;., 1j. S<.|.l. 1, iSoS; tl. 1850. 
Frederick S., It. Dec. 23, 1810; d. 1S.S5. 

Electa Miller, second child (»f l-'rcderick and Elizabeth (Bab- 
cock) Miller, was b. Mar. i(), 1790. She m. July 12, 1812. 
lleman ]>radley J'otter. He was the sun of Job and Mary 
(Bradley) l\iller. and was 1). Jan. S, 1786. bcinjif one of a 
family of twcKc chiUhen. Clen. Heman B. Potter was a 
prominent lawyer in P.utYalo. It was at his law office that the 
lion. Gcori^e Keed r>al)ci)ck met his second daui^hler, whom he 
married. Gen. JN)tter d. in JjuiYalo, X. V., Oct. 7, 1854. His 
wife (1. Xov. 6, 1806. ■ . 

'ilicir children were: 

^fary Kli/a. h. .Vur. il. 1813; d. Sept. 25. 1S14. 

Mary Bradley, b. Oct. 7, 1815; ni. George Reed Bahcock ; d. Sept. 

20, 1877. 
•Frederick Miller, b. May 15. 1817; d. May 23. 1818. 
Elizabeth Miller, b. Apr. 19. 1819: d. Oct. .?4. 1854. 
Heman Bradley, b. Mar. 15, 1824; tl. in Calcutta, July 30, 1859. 

Giffie Bal)Cock, second child (^f Ge(~>rq-e ami Susanna (Shel- 
don) Babcock. was b. presimiahly in Sloninijtnn. Conn., Nov. 
4, 1771. She m. Capt. r^rcderick l^-tllett. He was b. Mar. ' 
10. 1761, and il. >[ay, 1804. GiftR' Babcock d. July 13. 1845. 

Children: 

Benjamin, b. Xnv. 22. J7(Xi; d. Oct. 2. 1823. in Trinidad. Cuba. 
Nathan, b. July 9. 1793: <!• Oct. 14. 1875. Vpsilanti, .Mich. 
Georpc. b. Aug. \(\ 1795: d. at age oi 14 years. 
Susan .Nnn. b. .\ug. 5. i7<)7; <!. at birtli. 
Orrin. b. Sei)t. 4. I7*>S: d. Oct. 14. 1S94. Sandusky. O. 
Foster Morse, b. Feb. I. i8fjr ; d. Oct. 11. 18^.2. .S;indu-ky. O. 
John. b. Feb. 3. 1803; d. Oct.. 183^".. Xi.igara County. N. Y. 
Frederick, b. Nov. I, 1804 ; d. Jan. ]8. i8<x3. New Ynrk City. 

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ter, which d. in infancy. She in. (3) John LeMnnyon. X(j 

issue. Date of marriage uuknou n. i 

Nathan FoUett, second son of Frederick and Gilfie (I'ah- ' 

cock) Follelt, was h. July 9, 1793. Jle m. Nancy Keitli, of . 

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Chikhen: I 

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Nancy. I 

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Nancy Keith Follett, last born lo Nathan and Nrnicy \ 

(Keith) Follelt, ni. James F.. Ixarn, of Ikatavia, N. V. J 

Children : | 

Klla. ! 
James livcrcU. ' / 

The eldest child of James E. Learn and ]Mary (Keith) Fol- 
lett, m. Wright Spencer, of Ypsilanli, j\lich. Mr. Spencer d. | 
in 1884. . I 

Children: i 

Ray Evcritt. * 1- 

Harold Follett. • [ 

Lemuel Bahcock, third child of George and Susanna (Shel- \ 
don) Babcock, was b. in Stonington. Conn., June 10. 1772. 

He m. Lucy Ann Saucer, daughter of Thomas and I'rudence 1 

(Carter) Sawyer, probably in rarlridgefield. Berkshire [ 

County, Mass. They came on horseback to the town, of Hope- r 

well, Ontario County. X. ^'. Lemuel d. at Hopewell, N. Y., \ 

Ma.v. 14, 1830, and is buried there. His widow d. at Green- / 

field, Huron County, O., July 23, about 1846. j 

'Hicir children, b. at Hopewell. N. Y. : I 



Laura, h. Sept. iS. 1700; d. Perry, N. Y., July 30, 1S7.3. 

butlicr, b. June 30, 1804. 

Alan^on, h. July 10. iSoO; d. New York .State. Sept. 15. iS.U. 

Mclinda, b. Jvuie S. iSir; d. (ireenfield. O.. Alay 17, i.S<'i4. 

Lueius, b. Apr. 1,3. 1S12; d. Inula. Midi., Dec. 23, iS<;5. 

Lyman, b. about 1813: d. in Oliio, May 20. 1S40. 

Leicester, b. July iS, 1814; d. June 21, 1903. 



Laura Babcock. eldest child of Lemuel and Lucv TSawver) 

Babcock, was b. in Tb-^pewell, Ontario Onmty. N. Y., on the '■ 

18th day of Sei)t.. I70(). She m. twice: ( i ) Andrew Dick- ! 

son, and (2) William Mitclull. at IVrry. N. Y., Oct. 7, ( 

1840. He d. at IVrry, X. Y.. Xov. i. i.S^ri. She d. at Perry, 4 
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Children of Laura (Bahcock) Dickson and Anchcw 
Dickson : 

Charlotte A., b. I'd). 4, iSi8; in. Iknry Clcvilaml. 

SaiiuK-l Ki)l)(.Tt, I). Nov. J.\, 1K19. 

I.iicy Ann., 1). Mar. 13, iSjj; 111. S. D. Barlon. 

Andrew Jackson, I). Mar. 23, jSj^. 

Margarttc Mrlinda, b. Aiik- 9, 182C; ni. W. II. Markliain. 

Mary Jane, b. May 15, \Hj<). 

Alanson, b. A|)r. 2K, 1831. 

Child, second inania!:(e, Wilhani Mitcliell: 
Lanra Babccnk, 1). Perry. N. Y., Nov. 2R, 184.V 

Laura JJ.ahcock Milchcll, oidy child of Laura Bahcock 
(Dickson) Mitchell autl William Mitchell, was h. in I'erry, 
N. Y., Nov. 28, 1843. She m. Xahuin h'. Tiionias, son of Xa- 
liuni and Susan (Colburn) Thomas, lie was h. in I'erry, 
N. v., July 13, 1842, and d. at J'orl Huron, Mich., Apr. 8, 
1902. 

Children, h. at Vovi Huron: 

EuRcnc Mitclu-11, b. Nov. 10, 1R70: m. Li77ic R. Ross. 
Miles, b. Jan. 25. 1S72; m. Addic Looker. 
Chirk Williams, b. June 30, 1S83. 

Luther Bahcock, second child of Lemuel and Lucy (Saw- 
yer) Bahcock, was h. in Hfjpewell. Ontario County, N. Y.. 
June 30, 1804. J-Ie ni. Harriet Gihhs, daughter of Krastus 
and Susannali (Goodwin) Gihhs. She was h. in Litchfield. 
Conn., July 8. 1804. and d. in Canandai.^ua, X. Y., Dec. 4, 
1836. Mr. Bahcock d. near Palmyra, X. Y., Xov. 17, 1839. 

Cliildren : 

Burton Hickox, b. Batavia, N. V., Mar. 31, 1829. 
Frances Augusta, b. York, N. Y., July 20, 1832. ' 

Burton, 2d, b. Canandaigua, N. Y., Dlc, 1836. 

He m. (2) Evelyn (Smith) Cm-tis. I'eh.. 1830, and had one 
child, Luther, b. Perry, X. Y., .Apr. 10. 18.^0; inim. 

Frances Aup^usta Babcock. eldest dauc(htcr of Luther and 
Harriet (Gibbs) Babcock, was h. in York, X. Y., July 20, 
1832. She m. in Canandaie^ua. X. A'.. Geori^e Hinman Hold- 
en. son of Samuel Gotten anil Delia (TiuMier) Htjlden. He 
was 1). in Batavia, X. Y., Dec. 10. 1824. 

Children, b. in Batavia, X. Y. : 

William Curt:-, b. Jan. 26, 1857; d. -Xup., 1857. 
Harriet Gr.inRcr. b. Jan. 2, 1800. 
GcorRC Turner, b. July 4, i8()4; unni. 
Mary Aima, b. Nov. I, 1S65. 

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llariicl Grander lloklcn, second child of Frances Augusta 
(Bal)cock) lloUlcn and Cicorgc II. 1 J olden, was b. in Balavia, 
N. v., Jan. 2, i860. She ni. in Batavia, X. V., Frank ScuU 
Wood, Sept. 4, iS.s.i. lie was the son of Edward l'\ Wood 
and Mary Jane (llnniphrey j \\o<u|, and was b. in Detroit, 
Mich., Sept. 14, 1.S56. Is [)racticini^- law in Batavia. No issue. 

Mary Anna, last lK)rn to k'rances Augusta (Babcock) IIol- 
den and George II. liolden, was b. in Ikitavia. N. Y., Nov. i, 
1865. She ni. Oct. 20, 1898, John Henry Wood, brother to 
Frank Scott Wood, lie was b. Oct. 21, 1863, in Elba, N. Y., 
and resides in Batavia, N. Y. 

Children, b. in Batavia, N. Y. : 

Frances Hcildcii, b. Auk- 24, 1899. 
' Iluinplucy I'aniRT, b. Aug. 25, jyol. 

Melinda Jkiljcock, fourth child of Lemuel and Lucy (Saw- 
yer) Baljcuck, was b. in Hopewell, Ontario County, N. Y., 
June 8, 1811. She ni. in Greenheld, ()., in 1836, John Henry 
Wheeler. She d. in Greenfield, O., IMay 17, 1864. 

Tlieir children, b. in Greenfield, O. : 

Mary Ann. b. Juno 21. 1S3S. 

Augustus Sanuicl. b. May 18. 1840; d. July, 1841, Greenfield, O. 
Lucy Avalinc, b. Mar. 4, 1842. 
Julia Augusta, b. Sci)t. 2, 1844. 

Sarab Amanda, b. Oct. 17. 1846; <i. July, 18S6, GrcenficUI, O. 
.. . Franklin Sawyer, b. Sei)t. 13, 1850; d. Feb. 28, 1886, Greenfu-ld, O. 
Rose Anness, b. Aug. 6, 1853; d. Aug. 24, 1856, Greenfield, O. 

Lucius Babcock, fifth child of Lemuel and Lucv (Sawver) 
Bal>cock, w^as b. in Hopewell, Ontario County, N. Y., Apr. 13, 
181 2. Lie m. at the place of his l)irth, Feb. 25, 1840, ^Matilda 
May. daughter of Nehemiah and Anna (Morse) May. She 
was b. in N. Woodstock, Conn., Sept. i. 181 3. and d. in Touia, 
Mich., Nov. 7, 1893. Lucius Babcock d. in Ionia, Mich., Dec. 
23. 1895. 

Children, b. in Ionia, ]\lich.: 

Lucy A., b. Mar. g, 1S41 ; in. J. II. Canfield, and d. May 10, 1877. 
Burton. I>. ^L^r. 7, ^844. 
Herbert, b. .Sept. 17. 1846. 
Pitt May, b. Nov. q. 1852. 
Anna M., b. Oct. 11, 1855. 

Burton r.abcock, second child '.f Lucius and Matilda CMay) 
Babcock, was b. in Ionia, ^ilich.. Mar. 7. 1S4.J. He m. in 
Ionia, Mich., Nov. 16, 187 1, I^lKii W. Williams. She was b. 
at Olisco. Ionia County, Mich.. Dec. i. 1S47. and was daugh- 
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ChiMrt'ii, 1). at luiiiri, Mich.: 1 . , 

Frances W., 1). July 25, 1S75. 

Liicj- A., b. Sci)t. 30, 187S. 

I-'raiiccs W. IJahcock, eldest dauj^hler C)f JJuiifjii and ]U\c\\ 
W. (Williams) JJahcock, was b. in Ionia, Mich., July 25, 1875. 
She ni. A. ]i, Sibley, son of Frank and Anna (Bell) Sibley. 
They have one child. 

Burton Balicock Sililcy, b. Inuia, Mich., DfC. 6, ir>oi. 

Leicester I'abcock. last born tt) Lemuel and Lucy Anr. 
(Sawyer) Labcuck, was b. in the town of Hopewell, Ontario 
County, X. ^'.. July i<S. 1S14. He was educated at the district 
schools, and at ("anandai<j;ua Academy, in Canandait^ua, X. 
V. Lie adojjled l;iw as a profession, and was admitted to the 
Monroe County bar, Rochester, X. V., prior to 1836. He prac- 
ticed law at Perry, X. V.. until 1848, when he removed to St. 
Louis, Mo. Li 185''), durin;^ the makincif of Lafayette i\ark, 
that city (St. Louis), he planted many of the trees with his 
own hands. He also was a member of the City Council from 
1873 to 1875. He was the ori,i;inatf»r of many ideas which 
were ])assed by the Council, and was of much benefit to the 
city of St. Louis. In politics he was an unswcrvin.t;' adherent 
to the Democratic faith, and cast his first vote for iMartin 
Van Buren in i83h. He was twice married, (i) to !Miss 
Abigail Helen Guernsey, of Queenstown, Ontario Province, 
Canada. She d. in St. Louis, in May, 1879, leavin,q- three chil- 
dren, all of whom are living-. He m. (2) in 1892, Miss b'an- 
nie Julia Siebenmann, of St. Louis, who survives him. Mr. 
Babcock d. June 21, 1903, aged 89 years. 

Children of Leicester and Abigail Helen (Guernsey) 
Babcock : 

Frederick E.. h. Xov. 2i, 1848. 
William L., b. Feb. 4. 1S60. .' " 

Lucy II., b. Oct. 19, 1861. 

Frederick F. Babcock. eldest son of Leicester and Abigail 
Helen (Guernsey) Balicock, was m. Apr. 23, 1S74, to Belle W. 
Rankin. 

Children : 

l.ciccstcr, Jr., b. Oct. i;, 18S6; d. Nov. 14, 1886. 
Belle, b. ^iar. I, i8<>5. 

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Eita Mcvcrs, of Seneca, Mo. X^o children. 



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William L. liahcock, second child of Leicester and Abi- 
gail Helen ((niernsey) Dahcuck, was ni. in J<S87, to Roberta 
' Vauglin. 

j Child: 

1 IKK II, 1). July or Aiij^., iR<jo. 

'. ].ucy II. liabcock, last, born l(j Leicester and .\biL;ail Helen 

I (Guernsey) I'abcock, was in. in 1884, to Robert Ji. Wood. 

' Children : 

' ; Helen, 1). Apr. 4. 188=;. 

j RoI)ert H., 1.. Mar. 4, 18.S8. 

]\lr. \\\h)i1 (1. and his widow ni. (j) William Grayson, an 
Atlorney-al-Law in St. Louis. Mo. 
■ ' George I'abcock, fourth child of George and Susanna 

(Sheldon) L.abcock was b. in 177.^. in I'artrid^eheld (now 
Hinsdale and I'eru), llerkshire Ccjinity. Mass. He m. in 
180-?, Mary (iales, daui^hler of Capt. Daniel Gales, of Cireenc 
County, N. N'. 
; Susanna luibcock. Ilfth child of Gcori^e and Susanna ( Shel- 

, . don) P>abc(jck, was b. in l^utridi^erield (now Hinsdale and 

j l^cru). Berkshire County, Mass., in 1774. She m. twice, 

i (i) Capt. 13aniel Gates, of Hopewell, X. Y. 

' Children, b. in Hopewell, X. V. : 

, , Daniel; ni. (i) Sarali Baker; m. (2) Miss \\'yckoff; m. (3) 

j ' Miss Downing. 

I Cienrgc B. ; ni. Sarah Galligan. 

Spencer. 
' Julia; ni. Cyrus Smith, 

r OUvia ; ni. Harry Torry. 

I Mrs. Susanna (Babcock) Gates ni. (2) Augustus Torry. 

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Augustus; m. Miss Leavens. Windham County, Conn. 

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\ tario County, X. '^'., about 1855. 

Olivia Gates, fifth child of Capt. Daniel and Susanna (Bab- 
I .^ cock) Gates, m. Harry Torry. 
L Children : 

* Mrs. Dc Bois, Filly-firih Avenue. Omaha, Xeh. 

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n;i (Bahcock) (jates 'J'oiry. was born in 1 1()i)c\vcll. X. \'., 
Iiiiic 7. icSiS. She 111. ill 1 lopc'wcll, X. v., Apr., 1846. Jabez 
II(jI(Icn Mctcalf'. lie was 1>. in Xaplcs, Ontario Oninty, X. Y., 
Aiii^. I. 1813. and (I. at CananiJaiLTna, X. \'., .\i)r. m;. 18S3. 
She (I. in C'anainlaii^na, X. W, Anc,^ .j. iSS(^. 
Children, h. at C'anandai^na, X. \'. : 

J'aiiiiy, I). Mar. iS, 1X50; <I. 1^52. 

Mary Susan. 

Aumistus 'l\)rry: il. Sept. 11, i8</i. 

Jabtz Henry. 

Elizabeth. 

Isaiah l>al)Cock, sixth child of Ck'orj^e and Snsanna (Shel- 
don) liahcoek, was b. in I'artrifli^clield (now Jlin.sdale and 
I'ern), in I77<^). He m. Alinira J-aiuKni, of Batavia, X. \. 
They had children, hnl 1 ha\e been unable to record them. 

William Babcnck. ninth cliild of (leor^e and Snsanna 
(Shel(K)n) liabeock, was b. in 1 'artridt^eheld (Hinsdale and 
I'cru), J>erkshire County, Mass., I'eb. 11, 1783. He m. in 
Gorham, X. Y., Sept. 15, 1805, Julia Jveed. dant^hler of Silas 
and Ik'thia (Hurd) l\ecd. She was b. Apr. 16, 1787, and d. in 
Ionia, Mich., Apr. 23, 1845. 

William l^abcock removed with his jjarcnts from Partridc^e- 
ficld, Mass., to the Babcock settlement between l<!lk Creek and 
the Town of Westford. Otseiij^o County. X'. Y., which was 
named Partridt^eheld in lunmr of the place they came from. It 
is noticed in record of his father that they settled in the t()wn 
of Otsego in 1793, and sold out and left there in or about 1806, 
and removed to Ho])ewell, Ontario County, X'. ^^, and at his 
house in 1816 his father died. Dnrinc;- the William Morjc^an 
excitement, he became a very bitter anti-Mason. Durins^ the 
War of 1812, he served as Second Lieutenant of a comi)any 
on the X'^iaqara frontier. He was an industrious anil very 
thrifty man and accumulated a handsome ])roperty. In i83r), 
he and his family remo\ed to Ionia. Ionia County. Mich. His 
farm in Hopewell was four miles cast of Canandaigua. and 
consisted of 130 acres of land. When he arrived in Miclnc::an 
he j)urchased nearly 2.000 acres of land, and i^ave his sons 
good farms to live on and start in life. He was a very strict 
IVe.sbyterian, and was deacon in the church at Hopewell. In 
the church organizati'>u in Ionia he held the same position. In 
1840, he was a candidate for Associate Judge of bmia County. 
Mich. The election resulted in a tie \ote. In the Spring, he 
tried again, but was defeated. In politics, he was a Whig until 
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62 Isaiah Bahcoch, Sr., and His Dcscciidanis. 

strong' will and (Ictcniiiiialion, and icspectcil by his fi-llt»\v-nieii, 
William Jlahfock d. in Ionia, Mich., Dec. 7, i(S7i. 
Childicn, I), in J idjicwcll, CJntario County, N. Y . : 

George Kttd, li. Sc|)t. JO, 1S06. 

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Julius, b. Apr. i, ]S<)<;. 

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Dolly. 1.. Jan'. _M, 1.S1-, , . 

Julia, 1). Auk. ''>. i^H- 

William Sliiitlon, b. J:m. -6. 1S15. 

Ikihia ]lurci, b. Jan. 14, 1817. 

Herman, b. Jmu- _'<;, 1S18. 

Joscpli ]MLir:il, li. Jan. 16, iSjo. 

SanuicI IKniy, b. Ucl. II, iSji. 

Silas JvOLil, b. May U, \^2.]: d. Aui;. 27, 1826. 

1-ucy Olivia, b. .May 23, i8_'5. 

Marcus l.ansinR, b. Oil. jo, i8_'7. 

liiizabilli Milkr, b. Jan. 10, i8jy. 

lion. George Reed I'ahcock. eldest son and child of William 
and Julia (Reed) iJahcock. was b. in Hopewell, Ontario 
County, N. Y., Sept. 20, 1806. He m. in lUiffalo. X. Y., May 
13, 1835, ^I'H'v Bradley Rotter, daughter of (it;n. Hcnian ]i. 
and iLlecta (Miller) Rotter. She was h. iii Buffalo, X. \.. 
Oct. 7, 1815, and d. in BulYalo, X. Y., Sept. 20, 1877. It 
affords the writer great ])leasure to publish the following bio- 
gra])hical sketch verbatim, as ])rei)ared by the Hon. fjeorge 
Reed Babcock's daughter, Mrs. k'niilv B. Alward, of ]^>uf- 
falo, N. Y. : ^ 

"George Reed Babcock, the subject of the following .sketch, 
was not the least worthy of those of his name who have a 
claim to be remembered in this work. lie was born in the 
town of Gorham, Ontario County. X^ Y., on the 20lh day of 
Sept., 1806, the eldest of the hfteen children of William and 
Julia Reed Babcock. His early education was such as he could 
obtain in the neighboring public schools and academies, and. at 
the age of seventeen, he taught in the district school scholars 
much older than himself. In 1824, he came to Buffalo to visit 
in the family of Heman B. Rotter, who was his cousin by mar- 
riage. It was in the Courthouse, on the occasion of the trial 
of the three Thayers, which was conducted on the part of the 
people by his future father-in-law. Gen. Rotter, then District 
Attorney, that he resolved to become a lawyer. He entered 
his law office, read law the recpiircd time, and was admitted to 
the Bar in i8jo. At the time of his decease, in 1876. he was 
the oldest member of the Bar of Eric County. Sorni after his 
admission, he entered into partnership with Gen. Rotter, and. 



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Isaiah InibcDck, Sr., and Wis Descendants. 63 

in 1835, in.'iiriccl his eldest clau.i;l)U'r. 1m< •m Ih.it lime for- 
ward, he became prominently identified with all the puMic in- 
terests t)f the county and city of Buffalo, lie was never in any 
sense a i)olitician, or sou,c;ht jnihlie honors. His political i)ro- 
fessions were always with the Whiij^s and afterward with the 
Republican party. He was elected to serve the State in both 
Assembly and Senate for repeated terms from 1845 to 1854. 
As one of the many instances of his usefulness in the discharge 
of these public functions, it may be said that he was the author, 
and, with his own hand drafted, the railroad act of 185J, the 
basis of all railway development of the State to-day, and the 
very essence of the railroad law of the State as it stands in 
the present revision. J lis knowledge of public men and affairs 
was verv great, and enibraced the eventful period in State 
politics which presented the formation of the Republican party. 
In 1876 he was appointed by Gov. Tilden as member of the 
Commission to inspect the State Prisons and suggest reforms 
in their management and disci] )line thought necessary, and, 
although advanced in years, he willingly entered upon the 
work glad of a further opportunity to serve his fellow-men. 
He was engaged in this onerous duty when stricken with death 
on the 22d of Sept., 1876. in the State Prison at Danne- 
mora, Clinton County, N. Y. This imperfect sketch of the 
princii)al events in his ])ublic life would be most incomplete 
without some mention of his remarkable character. Although 
so well fitted to serve in prominent positions and to compete 
with his cnntemi)oraries in the possession of public honors for 
which he had no ambition, with him it may be truly said that 
'the post of h(^nor is a private station.' It was in the home, in 
intercourse with his friends, that lie best exhibited his well- 
balanced character. He was conspicuous among them for his 
unusual intellectual powers, his large acquirements, and what 
(in the strong language of one who knew him) certainly is 
his best legacy, his unsurpasseil and utter pro1)ity. He was 
\ more remarkable for what the general public did not know- of 

I him than for what was outwardly manifested in him. ^Yi^h- 

(i out being a man of genius, he was a man of very great ability. 

/ His mind was not of a brilliant order, but was broad, sound. 

I and sedate. He had rare common sense, remarkable powers of 

observation, a prodigious memory, great reasoning powers, 
and an instinctive idea of the right in all cases. He was a 
veritable encvclojicdia. w ith never a suggestion of pedantry in 
\ his intercourse with men. in nothing superficial. Self-assertion 

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esty of liis niiiul and the simplicity and piuily ot his heart 
found harmonious expre>si()n in the personal (h.L;nity and se- 
renity of his manners. His daily life spoke to all in his daily 
praises, and, durint;- the lont;- years in which he lived, no stain 
was seen cast upon the sjxttless inu'ity of his honored name. 
Such a character comes but once in many years to illustrate 
the wisdom, sweetness, and majesty of which a human life is 
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1 Mrs. Cicor^c Reed jiabcock was a hiij^hly educated and cul- 

. tured lady. Her t^enealoj^ical writings of the iJabcock family 

were very extensively known. 
Children, b. in P.ulTalo, X. V.: 

\ Emily WiV'i'. '' "^"K- -'. i^.^C). 

l^liz;il)ctli (Jrant. I). J'"cl). i^. iS.vj. 
' 1 Ionian JJiadlry, b. Oct. 28, 1840. 

Emily Wight liabcock, eldest child of the Ibjn. George 
Reed and Mary Uradley (Potter) P>abcock, was b. in Buffalo, 
N. Y., Aug. 2 1. 1836. She m. in London. England, Oct. 31, 
1865, Dennis R. Alward, son of Xathaniel and IkHsey (Eree- 
nian) Alward. lie was b. in Scipio, X. V., Dec. 18, 1830, and 
d. in Auburn, X. Y., Sept. 3, 1892. 

Children : 

I Mary, b. London. EiiRland, Ang. 28, 1866. 

' Henry Stnart, 1). Buffalo. Mar. 22, iX(>8. 

.' Charles I'Vancis Adams, b. Auburn, Mar. 8, 1872. 

J Charles Francis Adams Alward. last born to Dennis R. 

. • Alward and Emily Wight ( Paljcock) Alward, was b. in Au- 
i burn, X. Y., Mar. 8, 1872. He m. in Lancaster, X. Y., Oct. 

! 10, 1895, Lcetta Eaton. She was b. in Chicago, 111., Jan. 23, 

1872. 

Children : . .. , - 

Elizabeth, b. Lancaster. N. V.. July 2S. 1896. 
I Francis, b. Buffalo, N. V., June 9, 1S99. 



* Heman Bradley l\)ttcr Babcock. last born to Hon. George 

I Reed and Marv Bradlcv f Potter) I'abcock, was b. in Buffalo. 

J N. Y., Oct. 28'. 1840. He m. Xov. 26, 1863. Sally IL'irwood. 

' daughter of Rear Admiral .Andrew A. Harwood, U. S. X'avy. 

; She was b. in Bladensbmg. l-'eb. (>. 1843. 

Pieman l^.radley l^otler P>abcock was a i)hysician. Passed 

Assistant Surgeon. U. S. X'^avy, and was Assistant Secretary 
/ of Legation, London, England, when Charles l-'rancis Adams 

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CliiMrcn : 

Allen lI:irwof.(!, I). RiilT:i!o. N. Y., Aur. i.'. 1865. 
George Kiid, ij. O.iklaiiiJ, Cal., July 10, 1S71. 

Dr. Babcock d. in lUiffalo, X. Y.. Dec. 27, 187S, and his 
^vidu^v ni. (2) Ik-nshaw Ward, of Oakland, Cal 

Allen llarwood I'.abcock, eldest child of Dr. llenian li. 
Poltcr Bahcock and Sally (liarwood) Babcock, was b. in I'uf- 
falo, N. Y., .Au^'-. J 2, 1865. lie ni. Mary Jkirker Folder, Sept. 
I, 1890. She was the daughter of John B. Folger, of ]Joston, 
Mass. 

Child: 

Thoina.s Folger Bahcock, 1). Oakland, Cal., July Jj, l8<j.^ 

Seymour Babcock, second child b. to William and Julia 
(Reed) Babcock, was b. in Hopewell, Ontario County, X. Y., 
Oct. I, 1807. He d. Dec. 7. 1829. 

Julius Jiabcock, third child of ^^'illiam and Julia (Keed) 
Babcock, was b. in Hopewell, Ontario County, X. Y., Apr. i. 
1809. He m. Ai)r. 8, 1835, in Phelps, X. Y., ^Margaret Mor- 
row, who d. Aug. 19, 1858. 

Children : 

Charles Grandison Finney, b. PIiclps, N. Y., July 11, 1836. 
Mary Jane, b. Ionia, Mich.. .\ug. 27, 1838. 
Ellen Morrow, b. I'lielps, N. V., Nov. 23, 1843. 
Julius Lackey, b. Pliclp?;, N. Y., June 16, 1S45. 

Juhus Babcock m. (2) ^laria Robinson, of Lowell. Mich. 
They had one daughter, b. Dec. 31, 1856, in Lowell, Mich. 
She m. Frank Fox, of Lowell. They had four children. .Ml 
dead but one daughter, living with her parents. Grand Rapids, 
Mich. 

Julius Lackey Babcock. ftmrth child of Julius and Margaret 
(Morrow) Babcock. was 1). at Phelps. X. ^'., June iT). 1846. 
He m. in Tonia. ^Mich., Oct. 17. 18S2. MartJia A. Taylor. 
daughter of I^almcr H. and Arabella (Jackson) Taylor. She 
was b. in Ionia, .Mich.. June 8, 1857. Mr. and Mrs. Babcock 
now reside in P)atlle Creek, la. 

Ciiildren. b. at Battle Creek, la.: 

Beulah A., b. Oct. 15. 1883. 
Lucy T., b. Mar. 30, 1880. 

Frances Babcock, fourth child of \\'illiam and Julia (Kecd) 
Babcock, was b. in Hopewell. X. Y.. June 10. 1810. She in. 
in Canandaigua, X. Y.. Apr. ]('), 1830, Philo Bates. He was 



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b. near Caiiaiidai|;ua, X. V., Scj)t. 22, 1797, and d. in Joiiia, 
Mich., IX'c. _'o, 1.S3.S. She d. in Hopewell, Onlariu Cuunly, 
N. Y., June kj, i'6;i^i). 
Children : 

George I'lii!.), 1). llopcwcll, X. v., Nov. 4, itijj; d. 1-V1>. 4, 1S35. 

William St<.i)lRii, 1). Hiipiwell, N. Y., Oct. 4, 1854. 

FraiKcs lictliia, b. Ilopcwell, N. V., May 16, 1836; d. Jacksuii. 

Mirli. 

William Sk'])hen JJates, second child of France^, (Hahcock) 
IJates and ]*hilo I'.aies, was h. in ilopewell, X. ^'.. (\t. _|. 
1834. Jlc ni. in (Iraud i;iaiic, Mich., May i<S, i,Sf»4. l-^Ii/a 
Ann, dau-hU-r of J I. and Jili/a (Ihilter) Goodnow. She was 
b. in he Koy, X. V., Au^^ 18, 183.}. 

Children: 

l-'ranccs V.., h. Mi^MHlla. Monl., Mav 15, 1S67. 
Harry Pliilo, b. I.mia, .Mich . I\l).' 11". 1S70. 
Harriet Goodnow, b. Juiiia, Mich., Nuv. 22, 1S75. 

Dolly Babcock, fifth chibl oi William and Julia (Kced) 
Babcock, was b. in Hopewell, .\. V., Jan. 21, 1812. It is no- 
ticed that after the decease of her sister Frances. June 19. 
1836, the following- Sept. 17, 1836. she m. her former brother- 
in-law, Philo Bales. He d. Dec. 20, 18^^. They had one 
child : ^ 

riiilo Th(.)insoii, b. Sept. 5, 1837. 

Dolly (Babcock) T.ates m. (2) Rev. Geor<re C. Overhiser. 
Feb. 18. 1841. He was h. in roui^hkeepsie, X. Y.. Oct. 16, 
1811. The Kev: Cicorq-e C. Overhiser went to Ionia. Mich., in 
1839, as a Methodist hlvan^eli.st. After marriai^c. he became 
a farmer, then minister aiL;ain. then changed to Con«;re:L;ational 
work, he moved to I'ristol. X. V.. then to r.in.o-hamton. X. >'.. 
and back to Tonia. where he d. One of their children d. in the 
Civil War. 

Children: ' " ' 

George Eupene. 1). Ti)nia, Mich., ^^ar. 16, 1842; d. Biiighaiiiton 

N. Y., July 25. 18(13. 
Elizabeth Miller, b. Icjuia. Mich.. I'eb. iq. 1848. 
James Harvey, b. Taupose, Mich.. Nov. 19, 1852; d. Ionia, .Mich 

Aug. I, 1892. 

Elizabeth Miller Overhiser. second child of Gcorg-c C. and 
Doll>- (Babcock) Bates Overhiser. was h. in Ionia. Mich.. Feb. 
T9. 1848. She m. Arthur Henry Tibbitts. He was b. in Ionia 
Mich., July 20, 1842. i\Ir. Tibbitts was in the War of the 



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Rebellion for three years from Jul)', 1862, until the surrender 
of Lee. He was in the Fifth Corps, Battery D, Artillery, in 
the reg-ular army. 

Children, b. in lunia, Mich.: 

Ada M., b. Oct. 2j, 1870. 
I' Gforgr t'., b. I>>1). II), 1X79. 

Julia ljal)e()i-k-, sixth child dl' William and Julia (Reed) 
Babcoek, was b. in lioj^ewell, N. \ ., Xw^. 16, 1S13. She m. 
Reuben W. Stevens. Ua i\. Xov. i.S, 1S37, at l'hd])s, N. Y. 
J She (1. in Ypsilanli, Mich. 

Child: 

Jnlia I'Vancc;, b. PIulp-^, N. Y., Jan. 29, 1836; 111. Charles Heimic, 
Bingbaintdii, N. Y. 

\\'ilhani Sheldon liahcock, se\'en1h child dl William and 
Julia (Reed) Babcoek, was b. in Hopewell, N. Y., Jan. 2G, 
1815. He m. in Ash ford, Conn., Oct. 24. 1842, Caroline 
Whaley, who was daughter of Alfred and l-'.slher Palmer 
Whaley. She was b. in Ash ford, Conn.. Xov. 27, 18 — . Wil- 
liam Sheldon Babcoek d. in Cincinnati, ()., Sept. 16, 1859. 

Children : 

' Frederic Whaley, b. Logansporl, Iiul., 1844. 

Jean William. 1). Toledo, O.. Jan. 9, 1848. 

Mrs. Caroline (Whaley) Babcoek m. (2) J. O. Tesner, 
and is now livins^ in Port Orange, Fla. 

Frederic Wdialey Babcoek, eldest child of William Sheldon 
and Caroline (Whaley) Babcoek, was b. in Logansport, Ind., 
in 1844. He m. in Vincennes, Ind., 1871, Celia Taylor. He 
d, in 1899. 

Children: - 

^>'- »'! : Jean William, b. Xr.v. 11. 1S72. 
iV.l !''• , William Sheldr.n. i). July J, 1X74. - ■ : , ;" 

,, ^ ,. Fredtrick Whaley, b. Mar. J4, 1876. ' ' 

Caroline, b. b\b. 4. 187S. 

Sidney TnUle. b. Xov. 30, 1879; d. kkx). 

Cecil Taylor, b ])ec. 17. iSSi. 

Isaac Tesner. b. Sept. 20, 1883. 

Fmily Marfiaret. b- Oct. 2^. 1881. 

Willa M., 1). May 11, 1888. 

Jean Babcoek. la>t child born to William Sheldon and Caro- 
line (Whaley) Babcoek. was b. in Toledo. O.. Jan. 9. 1848. 
She m. in Buffalo, X. ^^, Aug. 21. 1877, Sidney Tuttle, son 
of Ceorgc W. and Ivuth (Wey) Tultle. He was 1). in Shanda- 



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kcii, X. v., Sept. j.S. j,S.|5. Mr. :uu\ Mrs. Tiilllc reside in 
Jilooniiiii^rloii, Jll. Tlicy liavc no children. 

lU'lIiia llurd Jiahcock, cii^litli cliild of William and Julia 
(I\ced) r.;il)(.()ik, was li. in I I. .pew I'll. .\. \'., Jan. i.[, 1817; 
(k May jy, i^^.V, '" I -"'(.kpMit. X. \'. 

Herman liakenck. ninth child of William and Jnli.i (kcclj 
l^ahcock. was h. in Ik -pt-w dl, X. ^'.. km. _'(j, iSiS. JJe m. 
Adeline Ihtimk-y, .May 1 ,^ i'"^!.^, in k)nia. .Mich. Shed. Oct. 

28, 1901, in rel.)>key, .\luli. lie is al>(> dead. 
Chiklren, h. at Ionia. .M ich. : 

Jninc<;, b. ; in. Lik i.i \'oung, Jan. 2S, 1876. 

llatlic A.. I). . 

Jessie l*".. 1). . 

Kicliard, h. ; in. Maiy Ivli/aljttli r.i.Ii, Oct. 30, iRSo. 

Ivichard I'ahcock. kisi horn to llennan and Adeline ( l5rom- 
ley) liahcock. was h. in ]«»nia. Mich. I le in. Miss Marv I'^li/.a- 
beth Clish, Oct. y). iSSo. 

Children, h. at JVtoskey, Mich.: 

Frances IClIcn, h. Jan. 31, 1SS3. 
^hirion Eslcr, b. May 10, 1895. 

Joseph Merrill Ikihcock. tenth child of William and Julia 
(Reed) P>al)cock. was h. in Mopewell. X. Y., Jan. 16, 1820. 
He m. Harriet M. Clark, Dec. 18. 18-15. She" was sister to 
Mrs. Lucy O. Clark's husband. He d. June 9, 1885, in 
Lowell, Mich. 

Children, b. in Ionia, Mich.: 

Edward Scyninur. 1). Auix. Ji. iS^;: ni. Ida Tucker. 

Ji'iuiic Mary. b. Sept. 24. 1S53: d. July 29. 1S55. 

Harriet Clark, b. Apr. 14, i8f)0; lives Graiid Ilavcn, Mich. 

Samuel IL P.abcock. eleventh child of Willirun and Julia 
(Reed) Babcock, was b. in Hopewell. X'. Y.. Oct. 11. 182 1. 
He m. in Ionia. Mich.. Emily Ycomans. dauqhter of Krnstus 
and Phccbe ( Arnold )^'eomans. He d. in Ionia, Mich., June 

29, 1885. 
Child: 

Julia Marian, b. Ionia, Midi.. Mar. 9, 1857. 

Samuel Henry Ikibcock m. (2) Elon Dolphin. Xo issue 
of record. 

Silas Reed, twelfth child of William and Julia (Reed) P.ab- 
cock, was b. in IIoi)ewell, X. Y., Mixy 11, 1823, and d. there 
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Lucy ()Ii\i;i, tltirU'cnlh child of William and Julia (Reed) 
iiabtuck, was 1). in !!< ipewell, X. Y., May 23, iJ^-'5. She ni. 
ill Ionia, Mich., Jan. 15, 1S5J, ICdward O. Clark, son of 
Joshua and Mary (Andrews) ('lark, lie was It. in Truinans- 
burg, N. \ ., Dec. 21, i.Si^». an<l d. in l<>nia. Ionia C.'(junly, 
Mich., July 10, 1SS5. Mrs. l,ncy C)li\ia ( iiahcock) Clark is 
still livini;, and ihe w riler desires here to thank her f<>r records 
neatly, accurately, and nicely written, sent to him of her 
peoi)lc. 

Children, h. in Ionia, Mich.: 

Gcfirgc llaljciick, h. Mar. 15. 1S5.5 ; d. July 22. 1S35. 
William Jo-lma. I). Auj;. 30, 1S5-}; <1. May 24, iS(ji. 
Mary, I). July 15. i8s(>; 111. Loiiis F-. KowUy. 
luiward Morris. I). I'Vl). 12. iSV)^. 
Julia lUizaliclli. I>. Oct. 17, 1S65; d. J.111. 3. 1S74. 
Lucy Olivia, b. Dec. 31, iS<)9; d. J.iu. 4, 1S70. 

Marcus Lansini;- liahcock. fnmtecnth chiM of William and 
Julia (Keed) Uabcock, was h. in llnpewell. X. V.. Oct. 20, 
1827. lie m. in Cass(.)p<jlis, Mich.., 1 >ec. 31, iS^S, Sarah. 
Mead. 

Children, h. in Ionia, Mich.: 

Nettie V... h. Dec. 25, 1858: d. Aug. 27, 1859. 
, , George Mead, h. June 15. i860. 
■ • William; d in Dakota. 

Homer; d. 0\ id. Mich. 

Ralph. Was in Minnesota, do not know where. 

Georg^e IMcad Babcock. second child of Marcus Lansin<; 
Babcock and Sarah (Mead'^ In'ibcock, was b. in lom'a, Mich.. 

June 15. i860. He m. in Dakota, Emma . Xow lives in 

California. ; * r > ' ; , • , 

Children: 

hmma. 

Homer. ' ^ 

Arthur. 

Elizabeth Miller Babcock. fiftccnlh child and last born to 
A\'illiani and Julia (Reed) Babcock. was h. in ITopcwcll. X. 
Y., June 10, 1829. She m. in Tonia. Mich.. Oct. 29. 1850, 
Harvey ITarter. ^[r. Ilartcr d. Oct. 20. 1892. 

Children, b. in Ionia, Mich.: 



-I William BaI)cock, h. Se|)t. 20. 1851. 

// Fr.mk Ilarvcv. 1). Nov. 20. i8;2. 

i Julia Kli/aheth. h. Fch. 3. 1854: m. Cliarles Cillctt, Dec. 11, 1878. 

I Frances Bates, h. Dec. 27. 1855; d. July 28. 1871. 

Carrie Brown. I). Jan. 10. 18^7: d. Oct. 7, 1874. 
I Frederick Michael, h. Aui,'. 6, 1858. 



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Lucy Olivia, b. Jan. 31, 1.S61 ; <1. June 15. i86c). | 

Benjamin Seymour, 1). Jan. .'u, iS()4; d. July _'6, 1^565. j 

William BabcDck llarte-r, eldest child of Ilarvcv and IZli/.a- 
bcth M. (]5abcock) Ilarlcr, was I>. in Ionia, Mich., Sept. 29, j 

1851. He ni. in Grand Rapid.^, Jielen ]Mand iJ(jice, X(jv. 14, 
1878. Jie d. in Denver, Colo., Oct. y, 1893. 

; Children: | 

' Helen Mandc, b. Apr. 3. 1880. 1 

X Kugene Jioicc, b. July i(), 1884; d. IJcnvci, Culo., .May 7, i.S<>H. I 

J I'^rank Harvey llarler. .^eomd child of JIarvey and ICli/a- 

beth M. (Ijahcock) llarter. was h. in loin'a, Mich., Xow J9, 

1852. He m. Alice llaniniond, Jan. 25. 1S82. j 
Julia Elizabeth IJarlcr, third chiKl of Hru'vcy and Fdi/.ahcth 1 

M. (Babcock) llarter, was b. in Ionia, Mich., l""eb. 3, 1854. 
She ni. Charles Gillett, Dec. 11, 187S. ' 

Children, b. in Ionia, Mich.: 

1 Francos llarter. b. Sept. 25, 1879. 

' Howard Townsend, b. Jan. 22, 1887. 

' Frederick !Michael llarter, last b. to llar\ey and Eli/abetli 

M. (P..al)Cock) llarter, was b. in Ionia, Mich.. Ang"., 1858. He 
m. Ida Udell, Aug-. 7, 1882, in Dakota. 
Child, b. in Dakota: 

,' Jessie Gertrude, b. Aug. 7, 1883. Now res. at Rdaring Brook, Colo 

Olivia Babcock. eleventh child of Ceorqe and .Susanna 
(Sheldon) Tj.abcock, was b. in rartrid^efield (now Ilinsdrde 
and Tern). Mass., Oct. 13. 1787. She was m. three times: 
(i) to Plinv Ashley Meld: (2) to Isaac fennint,^s; (3) to 
Dr. John R.' .Mitchell. 

Oiivia Babcock m. first at Black Rock, now Buffalo, N. Y.. 
Sept. 17, 1810, Pliny Ashley I'ield. ^Ir. Field was b. in \qv- 
mont, June 2. 1783, and was drowned in Xias^ara River. May 
31, 1817. His widow d. in Buffalo. X. Y., Feb. 10, i8;8. 

Children, b. at Black Rock, now Buffalo, N. Y. : 



Charlotte Ann. b. Oct. 6. iSii; d. Buffalo. N. Y.. Fob. 22. 1813. 

Capf. Gcorpe Pliny. 1). Nov. il, 1813: ni. Elizabeth T-Jiioit Vose, 
Apr. 18, 18)2. She was 1>. July 20. 1813. and d. in Milton. Mass., 
July 20, i8<>r). Tic was killed in battle in Mexico, Stpt. 21, 1846. 

Caroline Aucu>la. b. Oct. 3. 181?;. 

Charlotte Olivia, b. Aup. 2r>. 1817; ni. James Dennison .Sawyer, 
Buffalo, N. Y., Mar. 29, 1841. 

I have no record of children of "Mrs. Field's other marriae^cs. 
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Caroline Auj^nista I^cld, third cliild of Pliny Ashley ImcUI 
and Olivia (Uabcock) I'^ield. was h. at 151ack Kock, now Buf- 
falo, N. v., Oct. 3, J815. She ni. at liulYalu, X. Y., July 20, 
183J, CJeorgc lled_«;e. lie was b. Apr. <j, 1799, and d. at Buf- 
falo, N. Y., Oct. IT,, i85<;. 

Children, b. at Buffalo, N. Y. : 

Caroline lilizahcili, 1). Apr. 24, 1832. 

George Field, b. Mar. 23. 1835; in. (1) Henrietta E. Hnirilcn, 

iHCk); ni. (2) Mary J. BairtI, Buffalo. N. V., June 25. 1873. He 

d. Buffalo, N. v., Dec. 11, 1902. 
Charle.s layman, h. Feb. 9, 1841 ; res. Syracuse, N. ^'. 
Charlollc Olivia, b. Jan. iC, 1843; d. Buffalo, N. V., Aug. 29, 1843. 

Caroline Elizabeth Hedge, eldest child of Geor.i;'e and Caro- 
line Augusta (Field) Hedge, m. at Buffalo, N. Y., Jared 
Hyde Tildcn, Oct. 3, 1855. He was the son of Thomas lirown 
Tilden and Abby H. (Hyde) 'J'ilden. He was b. at Franklin, 
Conn., Apr. 30, 1828, and d. at Buffalo, X. Y., June 14, i<jOJ. 

Children, b. in Buffalo, X. Y. : 

Caroline Olivia, b. Aug. 17, 1857. 
George Tbomas Morrow, b. Apr. 24, 1861. 
Charlotte Sawyer, b. Feb. 18, 1863. 
Hyde F^ield, b. Apr. 13, 1875. 

Caroline Olivia Tilden, m. at Buffalo, X. Y., Sept. 22. 1880, 
Harry J. Colnian. He was b. in Watertown, N. Y., May 26, 
1848. 
.Children, b. in Buffalo, X. Y. : 

Mabel Tilden Colman, b. May 9. 1881. 
George Tilden Colnian, b. Jan. 3, 1888. 

Charles Lyman Hedge, third child of George and Caroline 
Augusta (Fiehl) Hedge, was b. in Buffalo, X^. Y., Feb. q. 
1841. He m. twice: (i) Kate Stella Mills, in Bufl'alo. X. 
Y., June 22, 1S64. She d. in Aug., 1866. Xo issue. Married 
(2) Julia Augusta Wheeler, Feb. 9, 1869. She was b. in 
Greenfield, O., Sept. 2, 1844. 

Child, 1). in Buffalo, X. Y. : 

Agnes, 1). Mar. 20, 1874; in. Rupert ITuplies, Dec. T3, 1893. 

Charlotte Olivia Field, fourth child of Pliny .\shley Field 
and Olivia (]ud)Cock) Field, was b. at Black Pock. n<>w Buf- 
falo, N. v., Aug. 2C), 1817. vShe m. James Dcnnison Sawyer, 
in Buffalo, X"". Y., Mar. 29. 1841. ite was b. Sept. 17. 1813. 
and d. in Buffalo, N. Y., Nov. iT), 1881. Mrs. Sawyer d. in 
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JaiiKs KicKl, h. Oct. 8, i8.i_'; d. Aug. 22, 1845. 

Jili/.:il>ctli Vose l'"itkl, b. June 5, ii<\7; m. (jcnrpc W. Parkluir.st, 

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(itcjigc riiiiy, b. Jan. 26, 1851 ; in. Ida M. Wilcox, of New 

llaviii, Cuun.. May 0, 1874. 
Ida Olivia, b. July 8. 185.?; d. May i ). 1888. 
Williaui J'.aboock, b. Apr. jj, 1836; d. X<n. 7, 1880. 

John ]uil)cc)ck, fifth child of I.saiah, Sr., and Elizabeth 
(Plum!)) J'ahcock, was h. in Stoniii^ttjii, CJuin., Nov. 13, 
1752. lie icnu)vc(l with his parents to rartridj^efickl (now 
Hinsdale and Peru), Jlerkshiie Cnnnty, Mass., in Ihc year 

1772, ]]c m. in I'artridt^elield. ICnnice . Jfer surname 

is supposed to he Rockwell, dauc^hter of Major Elisha and 
luniicc Rockwell. 1 ler sui)i)osed ])arents are buried in Peru 
I Ilill Cemetery, I'ern, Mass. 'J'hey have inscribed gravestones. 1 

With much ditriculty the gra\estone of her mother was copied, 
as follows: "Mrs. Eunice wife of J'21isha Rockwell died Xov. 
8th." Idle balance of the stone was so deep in the soil that 
the remainder of the inscription is not decipherable. The ^ 

gravestone of Major Elisha Rockwell was so deeply buried \ 

in the soil that its inscrii)tion could not be coi)ied. The chil- | 

drcn of John and Eunice (Ivcckwell) P>abcock, b. in I'ar- I 

trid<,'-erield, Mass., and recordecl upon the church records ot \ 

the r^irst Con<j^regati<»nal Church of Hinsdale, Mass., were as / 

follows: I 

Plicbc Rockwell ; hapti/.cd July, 1798. - 

Roswcll ; bapti/cd July, 17(^8. I 

Triphcsa ; baptized July, 1708. ] 

Reuben; baptized July. 1798. "• f 

Polly; baptized July, 1798. • ,1 ■ . * 

Betsey; bapti.-?cd July, 1798. ^ •/ 

The above children were l)apti/:cd In- the Rev. Mr. Leiand. 
The town records of Partridoefield record John Pabcock ai 
follows : 

"1773. iLlccted at Town Meeting" Surx'evor of HiL^hways." 
"Mar. ijth. 1775. Town Meetini;-. ]'.lected Ilog- Reave." 
"Mar. 5th, 1 781. Town McctiuLT. Elected Suveyor of 

llicfhways." 
"July 13th, 1 78 1. Town Meeting;:. Wjted to accejit road 

ruiniint^- to John Pabcock's t;ivin<:: 

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"Mar. 5th, 1781. Town Meeting;-. Elected Surveyor of 

Jligluvays." 
"Mar. 4tli, 1782. 'J'ow n Mcctiiij^-. Elected Surveyor of 

Jlij^lnvays." 
"J799. Town Meetini^-. Jilected Surveyor of 

Iliglnvays." 

It is noticed by the above that John Piabcock and his family 
were in I'artridyerield. Mass.. pnjbably as late as ]8oo, whicJi 
was at least five years after his father and brothers' families 
had removed from there. 

In the office of the Rei^ister of Deeds, I'ilt^fleld, Mass., are 
recorded the followiuL;" deeds: 

Vol. 21. ]'a^e 395 of Deeds. 

"May 2n(l. 1777. Jsaiah iiabcock, of I'artridgefield, to 
John luibcock, i>f same place, for {^25 52 acres of land in 
Partridgcfield. 

Witnesses. Isaiah I'abcock." 

GkORGK r.AliCOCK. 

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"July 29th. 1785. John and his brother l-'Jisha conveyed to 
Nathaniel Trac\' for i'l^o, j^yy^ acres of land in Partridgc- 
field." 

Witnesses. Et-isiia BAncocK. 

ISAIAII r.AP.COCK. JOIIX BAliCOCK." 

CORXKLII'S TlIAVKR. 

"Jan. 25th, 1787. His father. Isaiah Babcock. conveyed to 
him as follows : One certain Tract or parcel of land Situate 
in the Township of rartridgefield aforesaid. Being part of 
Lot No. 2 Butted and B(^unded as follows: vi7. : Beginning 
at the northwest corner of said lot running south 20 ' west 
within 96 ntds of the snulh line, tlience east 2O' south 74 
rods and 17 links, thence north 20 east to Jonas P)al)Cock's 
northwest Corner, thence East 20 ', south <")! i rods to a Stake 
and Stones, thence North 20 T^ast to the northwest corner of 
said lot, thence to the fust mentioned Pounds, also three acres 
in the southwest corner of lot No. 3 the land on the south 
side of the Road as far east as to be I'arallel with the line P.e- 
tween me and TIk^s. Miller, also fiftv acres on the south end 
of lot No. I joining the County Road X. P.. a I'ridgeway from 
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Privilege of ]Uiil(liug a corn Mill on the same together with 
a mill sj)ot already reserved by Col. Thos, Marshal. Consid- 
eration 300 pounds. 
Witnesses. 

Samuel ]')I.ackman. Isaiah Bajjcock." 

EiiENEZicR 1'u:kcf:. 
Recorded A])ril 3rd, 1787. 

"Dec. 9tli, i/.SS. John Babcock to Charles Loonier 3 1-3 
acres of land in I'artridj^elicld for four j)ounds. 

Witnesses. John IImscock." 

Jacheriah Watkins, Jr. 
t Joseph Bacon. 

' "Feb. 25th, 1793. John Babcock to Christopher T.effing-- 

I well, of Norwich County of New London, Ct., one acre of 

I ground for £^ clo>e to llie L)alton line. John Babcock." 

"April 10th, 1795. John Jiabcock to Asa Chamberlain for 
, Forty-two pounds 2^y{\ acres and 27 rods of land in I'ar- 

I Iridgefield. 

( Witnesses. John Babcock." 

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j "J^i"c 4th, 179S. John Babcock to Asa Goodrich of Dal- 

, ton 15 acres of land on the Daltun line for .^300.00. Rescrv- 

j ing the use of tlie mill stream and mill spot. 

I Witnesses. John Baucock." 

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Lydia ]'ji:rce. 

"July 13th, 1799. John Babcock to Thomas CiC>V\ for 
$235.11 Sixty acres of lan<l with buildings, also eight acres 
where his barn stands, said conveyance being given as collat- 
eral for a note for the above sum of money, with four years 
to pay the same and interest annually. 
Witnesses. 

Ebenezi;r CiTRTLS. John Babcock." 

Tnos. Beeknap. 

f "April 14th, i8(X3. John Babcock to George Loveland, of 

• Dalton, P.erkshire Co., cordwainer and .Asa Goodrich, of 

Partridgcfield, Miller for $30.oc) a ihiee year lease of ten acres 
of land near Dalti^n line. 

Witnesses. Jon.v Baijcock." 

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"Acknowledged April 14II1, i8uo, nt Dalton, Mass., before 
Theodore Hinsdale, Ju>l. of Ye Peace." 

"June 24th, 1800. John Babcock and I'^lizabeth liabcock, 
of I'artrid^et'ield, to Kufus Marsh, of WOrihinLfton Co. of 
Hampshire Coinnionwealth afores'd. 

"Consideration of ijiiooo.oo, seventy acres of land extendini^ 
to and alonL,-- ])all«)n town line. J<'ii.\ Baiujock. 

Eliz.\iil:tii B-Nhcock.'' 

There is nothini; further of record of John lialK'ock in the 
oflice of Kej^ister of IJeeds in Berkshire Count)'. 
In the work entitled 

Cexti:xxi.\l 

OF THE 
CONGRIX.ATIO.NAL CllUKClI 

HiN.SDALK, Mars. 
:. ' With Maxi-al 

1795-1895, 

shown to the writer in 1902 durinij^ his visit in Berkshire 
County, by a Mr. Hosnier, of Hinsdale, Mass., a deacon in 
said church, the followinef apj)ears of record in relation to 
John Babcock and his family. I copy the foUowinf^: 

"One hundred years aqo is niiire than twice as far l)ack as 
fifty N'ears. The time when our orii^inal twenty-three mem- 
bers were the living- men and wnmen of Hinsdale, are at a 
far remo\e from us if we count by the changes which the 
years brin.c^. The days of flax hatchel. the spinnini;' wheel, 
the hand loom and homespun tj^armcnts stand easily linked 
with the times of Solomon's model housewife seekini;' wool 
and flax and layint^- her hand to the spindle, but they are cut 
off by a sharp divide from our time. \\'<:nild that the phono- 
g^raj^h and the kinetoscope had preserxed for us the sie^hts and 
sounds and mo\ement5 of those two hours on that Thursday 
afternoon one hundred years aj^o in the house ('tf John Bab- 
cock. Primitive slciqhs r.r horses ])illioned for carryin.c;" 
double are about the door. Within, a fire of k^gs blazes upon 
the andirons and licks its ilames about the overhancn'ni.,^ crane. 
The Windsor chairs support plank seats for the thirty or more 
present. The old wooden clock with its nrdced. dan<:^linL;; 
weights and ])cnduluni slowK- beats. There was no 'tick of 
time' to begin upon, no IXiliou steam whistle, few clocks an<l 
fewer watches were there in town, so they straggled in assem- 
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pastor then in his prime of forty, greets tlie friends as they 
come in. 
\ "There is :\ hu.sh. J'ai'son Leland rises and with i>riji)er in- 

! ' trc)(hict(ny words reads the Q)nfessi()n of J-'aith and Co\enant. 

I , Testimonials of f;^oo<l stanchnj^ are in order. " "' * The yonncj 

' Dahon minister offers ])raycr. Mr. Leland preaches a ser- 

( nion from the te.xt 'The Kint;'s daughter is all j^lurions within. 

, Her clothin^.^ is of wrouQht gold.' At the close of the dis- 

I course, the twenty-three arise, solemnly assent, led 1>\' Mr. 

! Hinsdale, and the xencrable Deacon Starr, affix their names 

ant! become for the cenlnries the oriy^inal members of the 
Hinsdale Congregational Chnrch." 
l\'i<;e 2^, same work, contiinied: 
•I "Time has also obscnred the hisloiy of the ria.brock' tamily. 

Our recoi'd is that the church was formed in the house of 
John r»al)cock. Later, Lunice Jlabcock is spoken of as \u> 
! ■ wife. JCli/.abeth J'>al)cock', who put down her name amonj;' the 

twenty-three, we can trace no further. It wmild i^ratify us 
; to-day to put our feet upon the sjjol where the confessicjn and 

' covenant were accepted. We hope yet to know just where 

; John Babcock lived in 1795. He and Eunice must have left 

[ descendants, for six of their children were baptised ninety- 

seven years ac^o." 

The Elizal)eth Babcock referred to as one of the oriL;inal 
twenty-three members was without doubt Lsaiah Babcock's 
1. estimal)le wife Elizabeth (Plumb) Uabcock. The writer in 

'• • 1902 stood near the site of the old church, which is gone and 
i replaced with a new church very similar in appearance to the 

,. old original structure. 

I, In Ivecord of ^L'lssachusetts Men, War of the Revolution, 

■ ^ we find of record : 

I'v "John Babcock, Private Capt. Josej^h Pierce Co. Col. Asa 

^ Barnes (Berkshire Co) Regt. marched on an alarm by order 
.:• General Fellows Oct. 28th, 1781, service 10 days." 
1 It will be seen by the above that he served in the War of 

■ V the Revolution. 

It is noticed that John Babcock's wife Eunice did not sign 

his deeds of conveyance of his real estate, all of which is ccr- 

tainlv verv strange. The writer is certain that John P.abcock' 

and his wife did not remove with his father and brothers' 

\ families to Otsego County. X. 'N'., but finally removed to Ca- 

» naan, Columbia. Conntv. X. ^'., which town was divided in 

', 1819, a porti«jn of it Ijcing formed into the town of Xew 

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Mrs. Gc'(jri,a' J\eecl IJahctK-k, in her <4enealugical lii>iijry, 
wrilten over thirty years at^o, has stated that John liabcock 
lived and (hed in Xew Lehaiion. ("nhmihia C"oiiiit\", X. V. The 
writer is satisfied that Mis. lial)Cnek \\a> correct in her con- 
chisioiis. Xot\\itlislaii(hiiL; a careful search for liis h\in<^ 
dcscenihmts none ha\e heen fonn<I. Tlie town records of Ca- 
naan, front the time it was a Kind's Colon\- to date, ha\c heen 
carefully searched, and his nrune is not lecnrded. The same 
with Xew Lehaudu, hut that he lived and died in the latter 
town the writer is thor(MiL;hly con\'inced. 

I'hehe liahcock, seventh child of Jsaiah, Sr., and I-'di/aheth 
(Pliimh) Ikihcocl-:, was h. in Sloiiin^ton, Conn.. Oct. 5, 1755. 
She removed with her parents in 177J to I'.irlridi^erield, Uerk- 
siiire County, .Mass.. and was twice inanicd. h'ir^t. to a Mr. 
Tha}'ei\ and the wriicr is reasonahl)- certain his full name was 
Cornelius Thayer, hiil cann<»t ])ro\e it. J ha\'c no record of 
children of this marriage. 1 know, h(»\\e\er, there were chil- 
dren. She m. (2) a Mr. iilackman. I am satisfied Mr. IJlack- 
nian's <;iven name was Samuel, and 1 shall so record him. 
]n the SaiKjuoit \\alley Cemetery ap])ears the folknvini^ upon 
the monument erected in memory of many members of the 
Bacon family: Samuel Black m.v.v 

BORN Nov 23 A. D. 1736 

DIED A. D. 18 JO. 
AGED 84 VEAKS. 

This was the second husband of Phebe Babcock. Mr. 
Blackman was probably born in Tartridi^efield. Mass. He cer- 
tainly resided in Partridnefield. Mass., and his name appears 
as the subscribint;- witness to many of Isaiah Ijabcock. Sr.. 
and son's conveyance of real estate. I know nothin.c^ further 
about hiuL I^hebe ( Babcock) Blackman died at Saiiquoit, 
Oneida Coimty, X. Y., May 18, 1853. Her decease is thus 
described by her grantlson, George Plumb P)acr)n : ''Cirand- 
mother Blackman died at father's house in SaiKjUoit, Oneida 
County. X. Y. I was a small boy at the time, but can remem- 
ber it well. She died of old aj^-e. bedridden and dried uj) to 
a match, could not tell when the breath left her body." Mr. 
liacon also states: "Grandma Blackman (Phebe Babcock) 
would sit down and talk about the battle when Cornwallis 
was taken. Her father was at the battle." 

In the SaucjUdit X'alley Cemeterw near SauMUf^it, Oneida 
County. X. Y.. on a miMuiment erected "In memory of the 
BactMi famil}" [)ari of the inscription reads as follows: 



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"Phebe Blackiiian died April A. J). J839 a^cd S3 y. 6 mos." 

The writer can only record one child <jI' ihe seccjiid iiiar- 
riat^e, to wit: 

Martha ]ilackmaii, dalr of hirt]i about 17X0, in ]'artrid«je- 
ficld, Mass. She married Abner J5acoii, Jr., son of Ca|)t. Ab- 
ner Bacon (Ivevohilionary .sol(herj and ICve (Lewis) l^acon. 
Capt. Bacon was a son of Wilhani P.acon, whcj was a solfher 
in the French and Indi.an War, and whose (hary of march to 
]'^orl 'J'iconderot^a was pubhshed by JX-dliam iii.^lorical So- 
ciety. His name Iieails tlie list of soldiers tin nioniinKnt to 
soldiers of Colonial Wars in Walpole, Mass. 

Abner Bacon, jr., was b. in iJedham, Mass., Ian. i i, 17S1. 
]Ie and Martha Blackman were m. in San(|uoil, Oneida 
Comity, N. V., Jan. 31, 1S06. Mr. Bacon d. while visiting: 
relatives in Iowa, Feb. 6, rS6o, and is buried at his home in 
Sanqiioit. Martha (I'lackman) j'acon d. at SruKjuoit, N. Y., 
May 18, 1853. 

Their children, b. at Saucjuoit, N. Y. : 

Martlia Marytttc, b. Mar. 4, 1809; 111. Aiiihrosc Kclscy. 
Miranda, b. July 15. iHio. 
Abiur liartlctt. b. .Slay 28, 1.S12. 
Sarali Jane, b. Feb. II, 1814. 
Jolin Dean, b. Aug:. 13. 1816. 
Catherine. 1). July 27, 1819. 

George Plumb, b. I\Iar. 7, i8_m ; ni. Elizabelli At. Collis, b. Feb. i, 
^ 1826. 

Frances C, b. Jiuie 2, 1824. 
Do Wilt C, I). Apr. 23. 1826. 

Martha Maryettc Bacon, eldest child of Abner Bacon, Jr.. 
and Martha (Blackmail) Bacon, was b. in Sauquoit, Oneida 
County, N. Y.. I\Iar. 4, 1809. She m. Ambrose Kelsey, at San- 
quoit, N. Y., Nov. 15, 1836, and d. at Clinton. Oneida County, 
N. Y., Apr., 1887. :Mr." Kelsey was b. at Ilawley, Franklin 
County, J^Iass., Dec. 15. 1804, and d. at iM-anklin. Portage 
County, O., Nov. 15. 1836. 

Children : 

Anibro=:c Parsons Kelsey, b. Augr. 30, 1832; m. Ellen V. Goodnow, 

and d. Clinton, N. Y., Mar. 30, 1891. 
Charles Kelsey, b. July 26, 1836. 

A. P. Kelsey was a q'radnate of Hamilton Collcfre, Principal 
of New Hampshire Normal School, Principal of Maine Nor- 
mal School, and Professor of Natm-al History at PTamilton 
Collee^e at time of his decease. 

Charles Kelsey, second child of Ambrose and Martha 
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County, ()., July 26, 1836. lie- 111. Miss Almira .Madeline 
Iile, (laui;lUer ol Daniel and Ahnira llurlbuit Ide, al Wilson, 
Niaj^ara County, N. Y., Nov. 29, i8()0. Mrs. Kelsey was b. 
at Wilson, N. Y., Kov. 8, i83<;. She and her husband reside 
at Marquette, Mich. 
Children: 

Lillian M.iy, l>. Wilson, N. Y., Stpl. 22, 1861; d. Sept. 22, 1K62. 
Charles Huwaici, b. Wil^un, X. \ ., .Aur. 3, 186,1; ni. J'lli/alRtli F. 

Werner, Nov. 14, i(/xj, and is now l-Milor of .Mining (iazette. 
Agnes Mira, li. .\iattauan. .Mieh., Jmic 10, l<St)7; ni. William S. 

Hill, AUornev-.tl-I.aw, Oct. 2O, 1S87. 

Hon. Charles Kelsey .is a i,^raduatc of Hamilton Colle.q;e, 
I 'hi Beta Kappa in i860, and has been a teacher most of his 
life. ]Ic is now Jutlgc of Probate Court, Martjuette, Mich., 
and to him the writer is indebted for most of this sketch of 
Phebe Babcock and her dcscenrlants. 

Elias liabcock, sixth son of Isaiah, Sr., and l-'dizaljeth 
(Plumb) Bal)C0ck, was b. acconhni,^ to the town records of 
Voluntown, Conn., Dec. i.^, 1757. Without doubt his place 
of birth was in the adjoinin!T;' town of Stonini^ton, his father's 
residence beins^ in \\)luntown, and his farm in St<jnin<:^ton. 
He removed willi liis i)arents during the year 1772 to Par- 
tridgefield (now liinsdale and Peru), Berksliire County, 
I^Ias.c. louring the month of Aug., 1781, he m. Iluldali Kin- 
nic, daughter of Daniel and Huldah Kinnie, of the same town. 
^ The only record of his name upon the town records of Par- 

I tridgeficld is as follows : 

I July 14th, 178S, in laying out a road his name is men- 

A tioned. His tax for the building of the ist Cong. Church of 

I Hinsdale amounted to $16.26. His brother John's amounted 

J to $39.17. In the olTicc of the Register of I^eeds of Berkshire 

( Co. the following api)cars of record : 

J "June 23rd. T783, l''lias Babcock of Parlrid^efield pur- 

}|' chased from Nicholas Cottrell, of Kinderhook, Albany Co.. 

fN. Y. Blacksmith for 50 pounds one hundred acres of land. 
I Signed. Niciiol.v.s Cottrki.l." 

ij "Oct. 20th. 1784. Elias Babcock. of PartridgeHeld for 75 

pounds cc">nveys to his father-in-law, Daniel Kinnie, of same 
town, 100 acres of land in Windsor. 

Signed. lu.i.\s Babcock." 

"June 15th, 1813. Klias P.abcock and Benj. Ha;^cltitn, both 
of Washington, a Mortgage Deed to the Stale of Connecticut, 



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66 acres .'uid S6 rods of land in Wasliiiiglun clusc lo lliiis- ' 

dale. Consideration ^^450. \- 

*'\\'e the subscribers do liereljy relincinish our ri^lit of 
Dower in the ab()\o Described premises. 

Signed. Contknt ITAzr.i.To.N". 

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"A])ril .|th, 1.S17, i'dias liabcock. of Hinsdale, a Mortgage 
Deed to the Stale of Connecticut. Conditioned on payment 
of $J J 1 and inteiesl to TieaMU'er of the State of Coiuiecticut 
for its School l'\nid. His wife relin(|uished her ri!L;hl of 
(lower. The de