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6LLIOT- 
ELLIOTT 



1625-1976 



DATE MICROFILM 

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CATALOGUE NO. 



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FAMILY HISTORY LIBRARY 

35 NORTH V- ZST TEMPLE 



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DEDICATED to: 



THOU ELLIOTT BEAIIISH and 
SUZI (UDELL) BEAMISH 



FOREWORD 



CONTENTS 



JOSEPH ELLIOT of Stonington, Connecticut 

JOSEPH ELLIOT of Chenango County, New York 

Adin Elliot 
Desire Elliot 
Hopestill Elliot 
Thomas Elliot 
Lemuel Elliot 
Ledda Elliot 
Joab Elliot 
Betsey Elliot 
Abisha Elliot 
Ittai Elliot 

FAMILIES REUTED TO ELLIOTTS 



BARNES FAI.IILY 

BEAMISH - MOULTON FAMLffiS 

BISTODEAU " UDELL FAMILIES 

BURROTB FAMILY 

CAROTHERS FAMILY 

GRIFFITH FAMILY 

PAGE - BRISTOL FAMILIES 

RHODES FAMILY 

SHELDON FAMILY 

SHELLENBARGER FAMILY 

SMALL FAMILY 

WELI^ FAMILY 

BIBLIOGRAPHY 

INDEX 



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15- 19 



19- 


• U2 




h3 




hh 


ii5- 


' 119 




120 




121 


121- 


131 




131 


132- 


136 


137-lii9a 




Lb9b 


165- 


168 


150- 156 




157 


158- 


160 




230 


168- 


181 


225- 


227 


228- 


229 


161- 


163 


iBla- 


222 


163- 


161; 


223- 


22U 


231- 


236 


i-xxxviii 



FOREWORD 

One evening while -waiting for Irene Diidley, a friend, at the 
Detroit Library, I idly picked up a copy of a history of Chenam- 
go County, New York, and saw the nsime Adin Elliot, the same as my 
great-grandfather's, I laid the book down and thought nothing of 
it until the next time I was waiting, Irene suggested I take some 
notes and see if I could trace the family further. That started 
n^y quest for the genealogical record of the Elliotts. 

Family legends of athletic and hunting prowess, achieve- 
ments, skills (husking com, making shingles, scaling logs, etc), 
the seven brothers who came from Scotland and landed at Halifax, 
the famous maricsman who gave exhibitions, adding a T to the name 
and other stories told and discussed were part of my heritage as I 
grew up. 

At the time, I gave little credence to the legends for my 
father was a wonderful story-teller. However, my research reveal- 
ed the legends were based on truth. Information from more than 
one source confirmed the claim that a T was added to the name amd 
that there was an Almon B, Elliott, a marksman of re known, who was 
cousin to my father. Someday, I expect to find the names of the 
seven Elliot brothers who came from Scotland and landed at Hali- 
fax, Publishing this record will hopefully lead to further dis- 
coveries. Probing for information on the origin of the name Elli- 
ot has brought to light some curious theories. 

For instance, Elsdon C. Smith, in American Surnames , wrote 
that the Elliot name has several spellings and "from Elijah 
(Elias) meaning »My God is Yahveh' (is) derived" the name Elliot, 
among others (Elias, Ellis, Elkins, etc), J, C. Downing of Fay- 
etteville. North Carolina, in his colinmi "Know Your Name", said 
the name "Elliot of irtiatever spelling, has thi*ee probable orig- 
ins": 1) The old Hebrew name Jehovah, for God, was shortened to 
Jah, from which the Biblical name Elias was formedj 2) The 
French form of Elias was Elie, to which was added the diminutive 
suffix meaning "Little Elie" or "Son of Elie"; and 3) Old Eng- 
lish names Adelgeat (male) and Adelgyd (female) meaning "noble- 
great" and AelTwald, meaning "Elf-power" were shortened to var- 
ioxis spellings, among them Eliot, The Aelfwald source of the ori- 
gin of the name is repeated in different fonn by several writers, 
while describing the progressive changes in spelling of the name 
in England and Scotland, 

Blank, in Surnames of Scotland , said the early form of the 
north Border name was Elwald or ETwold sifter the A Tras dropped 
from the Old English spelling Aelfwald, in 1375. Until the be- 
ginning of the l6th century the spelling was more or less stand- 



ard and Elwald ajid Elwold continued as Christism names ■until sur- 
names became common. As often happens, Elwald and Elwold became 
extinct as Christian names but survived as surnames. During the 
l6th cent\iry, the unifonnity of the spelling gave v/ay to a "rich 
variety of spellings of which Armstrong (Liddesdale, 1, p 178) 
gave no less than 70 examples, a number which really does not ex- 
haust the list." "Rie list includes the spellings Aelfwald, Ayles- 
woodes, Dalliot, Elwaird, Elyoth, Hellwodd, Elwand, Ellattis, and 
Eliot, Four spellings of the name Elliot are referred to in the 
old rhyme: 

The double L and the single T 

Descend from Minto and Wolflee 

The double T and single L 

Mark the old race of Stobs that dwell 

The single L and single T 

The Eliots of St, Gennane be 

The double L and dovible T 

V/ho they are, nobody can tell. 

Annals of a Border Club. 

From the origin and development of the spelling of the name 
Elliot, it appeared relevant to delve into the origin of the fam- 
ily which bears the name. Sir William de Allot, Norman Knight, 
who fought with William the Conqueror, diiring the Norman Invasion, 
in the Battle of Hastings, is deemed to have been the ancestor of 
all the Elliots in England and Scotland, 

People named Elliot were in Devonshire during the reign of 
King John (1199-1216) and branched out into several families, 
mainly in western England, Some were important during the reign 
of Edward I (I239-1307), From the same race were descended the 
Eliots of Port Eliot in Cornwall who settled there in l^itO. Fami- 
lies of the same name were found in SiiffoUc and Surrey, 

In Scotland, Sir William de Allot' s descendants settled at 
the site of the village and river of Eliot (Elot), at Forfarshire, 
'*hence the name Arbirlot, a contraction of Abei^Eliot, the river 
entering the sea by the parish of the same name (Jim. Anderson), 
The family believes they took their name from the river, since 
most Scottish surnames were taken from local settings. During the 
reign of Robert III, about 1395, descendants of this family 'were 
"ijiduced" to move in a body, at night, across the Bonier to 
Liddesdale, in order to strengthen the holdings of the Douglas 
family In England, From these Elliots the Stobs and Minto fami- 
lies, among others, descended, 

Elliot of Lariston, in Liddesdale, is acknowledged to be the 
original stock from which all Elliots in Scotland descended. The 
direct male line ran out at the beginning of the l8th centur\^, 
leaving only an heiress who married James Elliot of Redheugh to 



ccntinioe the line. James' great-grandfather, Gavin Elliot, bom 
in 1598, iTas the second son of the Laird of Lariston and is cred- 
ited with being the first of the Stobs line, James' nephew bought 
the estates of Minto in Rcocburghshire , in 1705, from descendants 
of the original o?mers, the Tumbulls, Becatose of inconsistencies 
in writings it is not judicious to record the family descent fur^ 
ther (chronological order of the births and events present a very 
ambiguous collection). 

It may be assvmied the family in this book descended from 
"Border" Elliots, probably from an "obscure" line of Laristons 
or Wolflees ("obscure" meaning only tJiat they did not descend 
from the first-bom or heir). The Elliots left a heritage of in- 
telligence, aggressiveness and adventurousness , A heritage which 
enabled their descendance to play an active part in the settle- 
ment, development and growth of Araeidca, Every war, everj' area 
of settlement, every industrial and scientific development in 
this country has had, as participants, Elliotts and their rela- 
tives • 



Sara Jane (Elliott) Beamish 

SARA JME (ELLIOTT) BEAMISF 
202 N. 3Uth., # lOU 

BELLINGHAM, VffiSHINGTCN 
98225 



THOn ELLIOTT BEAMISH 
831 32nd. , 
BELLINGHAM, 
WASHINGTON, 
93225. 



JOSEPH ELLIOT 



1 JOSEPH I'.LLIOT b 1625 in England. He crossed the Atlantic and 
settled in Nev; London, Connecticut, befoi*e August l6Ii/4, He 
paid taxes in Stonington, Connecticut, in 1667. 



m Deborah ( — ) 

2 Thomas Elliot 

3 Hope still Elliot 

ii Mary iiercy (Marmercy) 

5 Deborah Elliot 

6 Henry Elliot 
Joseph Elliot 



b 

b 
b 
b 
b 
b 



8- 3-l6i;2 

8- 2-l6i|li 

1- U-I6I47 

11-20-1650 

11-2CV-1650 

n- 1-1653 



d 
d 
d 
d 
d 
d 



?-l?-17l5 



young 



1 
h 



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3 HOPESTILL ELLIOT b 8- 2-l6lij in New London, Connecticut. 

d 9-15-1715 in Stonington, Conn, Da, of Joseph and Deborah 
(~) Elliot 



m 



3- 

3- 



1665, Dr. Samuel V.'orden. b l61i6. d 8-25-1716. Son 
of Peter Worden Jr. (b I6O9 in England) and llary ( — ) Yiorden 
of Yarmouth. 

Samuel was the first male Uorden born in America. He was 
a large landoivner, eminent physician and bought land in the 
Pettequanscut Purchase in Rhode Island. He gave his name to 
liTorden Pond and gave by will a graveyard for use of the Xlov- 
den race in perpetuity. 



Peter 1'Yorden 

m Marj'- Holly 
Samuel Worden 

m Rose ( — ) 
Isaac VJorden 
Thomas Worden 
Abigail V.'orden 



b 

b 

b 
b 
b 



1668 d 
1670 d 



1673 
1675 
1675 



d 

d 
d 



1733 

1729 

1718 
1759 



2 
2 



In Pioneers of Massachusetts , Pope said, "Although the family 
story is that DrT" Sam married Hopestill Elliot, that if that were 
true she must have been a widow for the truth v/as that he married 
Hopestill Holly, daughter of Joseph Holly." A complete list of 
children bom to Hopestill Holly v/as given. 



3-1 ISAAC IVORDEN b l673. d 171? Conn. Son of Hopestill 
Elliot (Joseph) and Dr. Sam Worden, of Stonington, Conn. 



in 



Rebecca ( — ) 



3- 3 V/illiam 17orden b I698 d 1790 

Isaac Worden b d 

Samuel b d 



3-2 THOmS vroRDEl!, DR. b l675. d 1759. Son of Hopestill 
Elliot (Joseph) and Dr. Sam Worden. 

m 12- 9-1708 Sarah Butler 
3- h 



Abigail ITorden 


b 


1709 


d 


Sarah 


b 


1713 


d 


Thomas 


b 


1718 


d 


Jane 


b 


1722 


d 



3-3 V:iLI,nM ffORDETI b 1698- Stonington. d 1790. Son of 2 

Isaac (Hopestill Elliot, Joseph) and Rebecca ( — ) Worden. 

m Sarah (— ) d 1750 

Ebenezer V/orden b d 

Isaac Worden b d 

■ Benjamin b d 

3- ? IVilliam '>. b 17 - d 2 

3- 6 Nathaniel b 2- I1-I728 d 3 

V/alter b d 



3-h ABIGAIL V/ORDEII b 1709. Da. of Thomas Yforden (Hopestill 
Elliot, Joseph) and Sarah Butler, 

m 1- 1-1727 Jeremiah Main Jr. b i;-10-1708. Grandson of 
Ezekiel and I.feiry (Hatch) llain of Scituate, Conn. 

3- 7 Son Main b d 



3-5 V/IIJIAi; ITORDEN, PR. b 17 -. Son of V/m. (Isaac Vforden, Hope- 2 
still Elliot, Joseph) and Sarah ( — ). They lived in Westerly, 
'Ii0f";e Is].and, 



3-1^ m 10- li-176ij Mary Byrnes 



Llary Y/orden b 5-20-1766 d 

Sara Worden b d 

Ann Worden b d 



3-6 NATHANIEL V/ORDEN b 2- h-1728. Son of V.'m. (Isaac V.'orden, 
Hopestill Elliot, Joseph) and Sarah ( — ) Worden, He v.as 
a ship's joiner of Stonington and Williamston, Mass, 

m 1- 8-17i|6 Anna Palmeter 

Wealthy Y:orden b d 

Eunice V/orden b d 

Nathaniel b d 

Louis b d 

Moses b d 

Walter b d 

Anna b d 

Silas b d 

3- 8 Jesse Worden b 3-25-1761 d 8-28-l81;3 

Sarah b d 

Arnold b d 

Arnold may have been a soldier in the Rev, I'.'ar in 

Col. Topkins' Reg. in 1776, Listed in the 1790 
New York State Census at Stephentovm, Albany Co,, 

as having two sons ajid three daughters, 

Nathaniel and Anna had 17 children but not all were listed. 



3-7 SON IvIAIN b ca. 1728, Son of Abigail Worden (Thomas Yforden, 
Hopestill Elliott, Joseph) and Jeremiah IJain Jr. 



m 



David Main b 8-26-1752 

m i;- 26-1 7 72 Hannah Worden 



3-8 JESSE WORDEN b 3-25-1761. d 8-28-l8i;3 Grenville, Wise, 
Son of Nathaniel (Y/illiam, Isaac V.'^orden, Hopestill ^lliot, 
Joseph) and Anna Palmeter. 

Jesse Tra.s a Quaker and Ruth was a Congregationalist. Both 
joined the Methodist church in 1751. 



3-C JeGse v!a.a a r:ian v/ho moved often. He died in Ml-waulcee 

County, '..'isconsin Territor:/, lie v;as a veteran of the Rev- 
olutionary Viar, one of Washington's Life Guards for two 
years. A private in Cap't Eldridge's Co., Col Jed Hunting- 
ton's riegiment. 

m 6-12-1787, Ruth Dart. b 8-IO-I769 in Hartford, Conn. 
d 7-17-l8it5 in Vfisconsin. Da. of Samuel Dart and Dorothy 
(Fox) Gaines of Bolton, Connecticutt. 

Tfilliam v:orden b 6-21-1788 d 

Ruth Y/orden b 8-1 7-17 8 9 d 

Anna Yforden b 12-19-1790 d 

Lucinda Y/orden b k- 9-1792 d 



A complete genealogical record of the Worden family is 
in the back section of the Cheesebrough Book. ITorden' s Gen- 
ealog^" by Eastwood, 



fi"%«^0 (rvi><» (TM^^^ (TMM^ < 

•Am ITAICY ELLIOT (MAR.-'ERCY) b 1- ii-l6ij7 in New London, 
Connecticutt. Da. of Joseph and Deborah ( — ) Elliot. 

m Andrev/ Elliot of Beverly, tlassachusetts. (This may be in- 
correct as there were so many of these names. He may also 
be a relative of Apostle John Eliot.) 

Judith Elliot b 167I1 d 8-15-1675 

Maiy Elliot b 8-20-1681 d 



HENRI ELLIOT b ll-2Ol650 in New London, Conn. d in Ston- 
ington, Conn. Son of Joseph and Deborah ( — ) Elliot. 

Records say he was a soldier in King William's Far in I675, 
b\xt the war took place in I689-I697, He was a merchant in 
St on in gt on. 

m 3-27-1679. Int. 3-12-1679. Eeborah (Bell) York. 

b 11-29-1650. Da. of Thomas and Anna (— ) Bell of England. 
m(l) 1-19-1669, James York. b 6-lU-l6ii8, d IO-26-I678. 
James York and Debby had five children. 



6- 1 


Deborah Elliot 


b 


11-28-1681 


d 


5 




Anna Elliot 


b 


11-28-1681 


bo 11-28-1681 




6- 2 


Hopestill Elliot 


b 


8-I8-I68U 


d 


6 


6- 3 


Mary Elliot 


b 


5-22-1687 


d 1760 


6 




Dorothy Elliot 


b 


Ij-15-1688 


bp 6- ii-1688 






Elizabeth Elliot 


b 


8- 3-1690 


bp 8- 3-1690 




6- h 


Henry Elliot 


b 


U-16-1693 


d 


6 


6- $ 


Joseph Elliot 


b 


10-21-l69ii 


d 


7 



6-1 DEBORAH ELLIOT b ll-28-l68l. bp 11-28-1681 in Stonington. $ 
Da, of Henry (Joseph) and Deborah (Bell) York. Admitted to 
Congregational dhurch U-I8-I689. 

m 11- li-1696 by Rev, James Noyes, William Holdredge. 

b U-II-I68O. bp 2- 6-1 7U5. Son of Sam'l Holdredge, 

6- 6 Deborah Holdredge b h- 3-I698 d 7 

Dorothy Holdredge b IO-I7-I699 

m 11- 5-1718 by Dan'l Palmer J.P,, Daniel Landon 
William Holdredge b 9-17-1701 d 

6- 7 Tabitha Holdredge b U-27-1703 d 7 

6- 8 Samuel Holdredge b 5-17-1705 d 8 

Temperance b 8-31-1707 d 

Thankful b 1-15-1710 d 

Patience b 3- U-1712 d 

m 8- U-1731 by Joseph Minor J.P., Joseph Pollard 
Nathaniel b 5-30-1715 d 

m 10- 9-1735 by Rev. Joseph Fish, Lydia Holdredge. 
m 11- 7-1751 by Wm. Williams J.P,, Prudence Kimball 
Thomas b 3-28-1716 d 

6- 9 Hopestill b 2-18-1719 d 8 



I 



6-2 HOPESTILL ELLIOT b 8-l8-l68l.i. Da. of Henry (Joseph) and 

Deborah (Bell) York. Admitted to the Congregational church 
6- 1-1718. 

m 11- 7-1723 by Rev. Hezikiah Lord in Preston, Connect icutt, 
Joseph Coats. One of three brothers, or at least related, 
who settled early in llorth Stonington, soon after I7OO. 

6-3 r.lAfiY ELLIOT b 5-22-1687 iii Stoninfrton, Connecticutt, Da. of 
Henrj' (Joseph) and neborah (Bell) York, At the time of her 
marriap;e her residence ivas given as Ilopkinton, fihd. Is. 

m ii-21-1703, V/illiam Bentley Jr. b (ca. 1683 ) d 176O. 
3on of V/illiam and Sarah ( — ) Bentley. „ 

William Bentley Sr, came to Nev/ England on ship "Arabella , 
master: Richard Sprague. They sailed from Gravesend, England, 
5-27-1671, He was a Marragansett , Rhd. Is. resident by 1-29- 
1679, Approved at Kingston in 1720, 

Other children of Vto. 3r.: James, Thomas, Benjamin, and 
Jane who married John YiTightnian 1- <'-1700, She lived in Great 
Plains (Exeter) and bu, on farm W of Slocuraville. A sen, 
Robert Bentley in 1709 purchased land SE of Exeter but there 
was no mention of him in the mil. 



i; 



6-10 Oeorge Bentley 
John Bentley 

m 5-3CVI727, 
Caleb Bentley 
Ezekiel Bentley 
Elizabeth Bentley 

m 5-12-1727, 
TaLitha Bentley 

m h- -1728, 
Ruthana Bentley 

m James 

?.?ary Bentley 

m James 



b d 

b d 

Eli?'.abeth Gardner 

b d 

b d 

b d 

Wathsniel Potter 

b d 

Thomas Sweet 

b d 



6-U HK:!RY ELLIOT b U-I6-I693. bp I4-I6-1693 in Stonington, Conn. 
Son of Henry (Joseph) and Deborah (Bell) York. 



m llary (~) 

6-11 Joseph Elliot 
Jabez 
Hopestill 
Edward 

Henry 



b 
b 
b 
b 
b 



12-28-1720 

11-28-1722 

8-3C^172U 

ij-1 7-1726 



d 
d 
d 
d 
d 



12-15-1777 



5-10-1726 
infancy 



6-5 JOSEPH ELLIOT b 10-21-l6?U. bp 
(Joseph) and Deborah (Bell) York. 



11-21-1691). Son of Henry 



5 



m U-10-1720 by Sam'l Avery, Joannah Brooks. 
Da, of Thomas Brooks of Scituate, Conn. 



Annah Elliot b 1-30-1720 

John Elliot b 5- 3-1722 

m Hannah Wilbur. 

Hannah Elliot b 5- 3-1722 

Dorothy b U-lO-1725 

Asa Elliot b U-13-1727 

Zebulon Elliot b 1- 3-1730 

Joseph Elliot b 7-28-1732 



6-12 
6-13 
6-lii 



bp 8-18-1723. 



bp 
d 

bp 

bp 

d 

d 

d 



8-1G-1723 
5-27-1765 

8-18-1723 
ij-10-1725 
5-12-1768 



9 
9 
9 



6-6 DTiBORAH HOLDHEDGE b h- 3-I698 in Stonington, Conn. Da. of 

Deborah Elliot (Henry, Joseph) and William Holdredge of Grot on. 
Conn. 

m 10- I4-I715 by Daniel Palmer J, P., in Stonington, Conn., 
Thomas Brown, b 2-li4-l692. 6th child of Thomas Brown, 
descendant of Peter Bromi, signer of the Mayflower Compact, 
claimed Content Brown and others in the family, and 
Hannah Collins (b 2- -I66O. Da, of Henry Collins of Lynn, 
Mass, ) 



6-15 



Thomas Brown 


b 


h- 5-1717 


d 


William Brown 


b 


7- 9-1719 


d 


Deborah Brown 

Dorothy 

Jesse 

Samtiel 

Loxiise 


b 
b 
b 
b 
b 


5-30-1721 
2-20-I72I4 
8-18-1731 
7-lh-173ii 
9- 1-1736 


d 
d 
d 
d 
d 


m Israel Palmer 









Three more children but not named in records. 



6-7 TABITHA HOLDREDGE b li-27-1703 in Groton, Conn. Da. of 
Deborah Elliot (Henry, Joseph) and William Holdredge. 

m 7-22-172U by Rev. Ebenezer Rossiter, Humphrey Brown. 

b 9-16-17CI. 10th child of Thomas Brown Jr. (d 12-27- 
1723 in Stonington Conn.) and Hannah Collins. 

Humphrey Brown b 8-13-1725 d 

Tab it ha Brown b 11-23-1727 d 

m Rev. Valentine Rathbone 

Gersham Broim b 8-29-1729 d 

Mary Brown b 9-lli-1731 d 



6-7 



6-16 



Content Brc3Tm b 8-20-1733 d 

m Rev, John Rathbone, first Baptist minister in 
Stonington, Conn,, in 1775. 
Eunice Brown b 7-26-1736 d 

Reuben Brown b 8-20-1738 d 

Three more children not named in records. 



10 



6-8 CA\aJEL HOLOREDGE b 5-17-17C5. Son of Deborah Elliot (Henry, 
Joseph) and V/illiam Holdredge. 

m ^23-1731 by Rev. Ebenezer Ross iter, Sarah Fellows. 

6-17 Samuel Holdredge b 5-17-173ii d 



10 



6-9 HOPESTILL HOLDREDGE b 2-18-1719. 
(Henry, Joseph) and Vto, Holdredge 



Da. of Deborah Elliot 



m I4-27-I737. Int. 3- 2-1737. Nathaniel Fellows. 

b 6-22-1713. Son of Ephraim (b 9- 3-1679, d 3-12-1726. 
Son of Isaac and Joannah (Brown) Fellows) and Hannah Warner 
(d 3-19-1758, Desc, of Nathan Warner.) 



6-18 



6-19 



Deborah Fellows 


b 


h- U-1738 


d 


U-11-1738 


Nathaniel 


b 


2- ij-1739 


d 




Warner 


b 


2-11-1 7hl 


d 




William 


b 


1-19-I7li3 


d 




Hopestill 


b 


2- 8-17li5 


d 




Lydia Fellows 


b 


2-20-17l;7 


d 




Mercy 


b 


8- 1-I7ii9 


d 




K] nathan 


b 


8-13-1751 


d 




Ephraim 


b 


11-19-1753 


d 




Priscilla Fellows 


b 


U-lU-1755 


d 




Mary 


b 


5-16-1757 


d 


5-16-1757 


Joseph 


b 


^29-1759 


d 




David 


b 


3-16-1760 


d 





11 



11 






6-10 GEORGE BENTIEY b ca, I7OO. 
eph) and Wm. Bentley. 



Son of Mary Elliot (Henry, Jos- 



3- ii-172U at Hopkinton, Rhode Island, Ruth Barber. 

b 1-23-1705, Da, of Moses and Susannah (7fiatt ) Barber of 

Kingston, Rhode Island. 



Lydia Bentley 
6-20 George Bentley 



b k- 6-1730 d 

b 1738 d 10-28-l8lii 



11 



6-11 JOSEPH ELLIOT b 12-28-1720. bp 12-28-1720 by Rev. Eels. 6 

d 12-15-1777. Son of Henry (Henry, Joseph) and Mar>' (—) 

m 

6-21 Deborah Elliot bp 5-ll-17ijO d U 

6-22 Joanne Elliot bp 5-II-I7I4O d 12 

Henry b 1-12-1 7I1I d 

V-illiajn b 11-2 2-1 7^41 d 

6-23 Desire bp 2- 6-171^5 d 12 

6-12 ASA ELLIOT b i|-13-1727. bp 10-22-1727. d 5-12-1768 7 

Son of Joseph (Henry, Joseph) and Joannah Brooks. Stonington. 

m(l) 6-21-1753 by Rev. Ebenezer Ross iter, Mary Beebe. 

b 1728, Da. of James and Mary ( — ) Beebe. 
ni(2) S-usannah Babcock 

Joseph Elliot b 3-28-1751 d 

Maiy b 10-15-1755 d 

Aaron b 5-15-1757 d 

6-2ij Anna b 2-23-1758 d 12 

Asa b 7- 7-1760 d 6-13-1851 

John b 1-22-1763 d 5-27-1765 

John b 7-12-1765 d 

6-13 ZEBULON ELLIOT b 1- 3-1730. bp 3-15-1730. Son of Jos- 7 

eph (Henry, Joseph) and Joannah Brooks, 

m Abigail Dennison, b 17^0. Da. of John (b 10-21-1716. 
Son of Daniel and Mary (Stanton) Dennison) and Abigail 
Avery (b 12-25-1715. Da. of John and Abigail (Cheese- 
brough) Avery) 

They had ten children unidentified. 

6-lii JOSEPH ELLIOT b 7-26-1732. bp 8- 6-1732 Stonington, Conn. 7 

Son of Joseph (Henry, Joseph) and Joannah Brooks. 

It is possible this is the Joseph Elliot who married Desire 
Burroivs, Evidence is supportive in some respects but there is 
no real proof so far, Joseph and Desire Burrows' history is 
recorded in another section of this book. 15 

6-15 THOMAS BRCTVN b ii- 5-1717- Son of Deborah Holdredge (Deborah 7 
Elliot, Henry, Joseph) and Thomas Brown of Stonington, Conn. 



10 



6-15 



m(l) ii-27-1737 by Rev. Ebenezer Ross iter, 
m(2) 3-29^1753 Sarah Randall 



Deborah Hoi dredge. 



Collins Brown 
Benom Browm 
Y/ealthy Browi 
Lucy Brovm 

m John Randall 
Samuel 
Sarah 
Perez 
Abel 



b 6-13-17ii3 d 

b Il-l6-17ii6 d 

b 10-19-1753 d 

b 3- ^1755 d 

b 11-16-1757 d 

b 10 1-1758 d 

b 10- 2-1760 d 

b 8- 7-1762 d 



6-16 REUBEN BRCTVN b 8-20-1738. Son of Tabitha Holdredge (Deb- 
orah Elliot, Henry, Joseph) and Hvnnphrey Bromi. 



m 



9-12-1750, Deborah Elliot. 



Mary Brown 

in 9^27-1777, 
Samuel Brovm 

in 3-16-1777, 
Betty Brown 

m 17914, 
Sarah Brown 

md) 1-21-1771, 



in(2) 11-21-1781, 
Anna Bro;vn 

m 5- 3-1782, 
Hannah Brown 

m 6- 5^1781, 
Abigail Brown 

md) 14-22-1777, 

m(2) 2- 7-1787, 
Ruth Brovm 

m 11- 9-1786, 
Reuben Brovm 
Reuben Brown 
Abraham Brovm 

m 6- 1-179J, 
Benjamin Brovm 

m 12-3(^1793, 



b 8- 1-1751 
Humphrey Hook 

b 10-25-1752 
Rhoda Eaton 

b a- 6-175ii 
James Baker 

b 11-2U-1755 
Hehemiah OrdvTay 



Edmund Barnard 

b 9-13-1757 
William Osgood 

b 7-12-1759 
Y/illiam McCrcllis 

b 9-17-1761 
John Butler 
Abel True 

b 8-lS^1763 
Jabez True 

b 7- 9-1765 
b 3-11-1767 
b a-25-1768 
Hannah Eaton 

b 6-II1-I77I 
Mehitable Dow 



bp U- 5-1767 



d 
d 
d 



6-17 SAMUEL HOLDREDGE b 5-17-173i4. Son of Samuel (Deborah Ell- 
iot, Henrj-, Joseph) and Sarah Fellorrs. 



m 



3- ij-1762, Abigail Parigo 



11 



6-17 Content Holdredge b ?-21-1769 d 

Sabra Holdredge b 9-21-176? d 

Desire Holdredge b I4-I7-178I d 

Content Holdredge b 0-20-I783 d 

6-16 LYDIA FELLCA'S b 2-20-17ii7. Da. of Hopestill Holdredge 8 

(Deborah Elliot, Henry, Joseph) and Nathaniel Fellows 

m Nathan Noyes. Several Noyes lived in Stoningrton , most of 

them ministers. 

Nathan Noyes, Jr. b d 

"a joker, keen, witty." 
m Sparger. Da. of Edward Sparger of Mevroort. 

6-19 PRISCILU FELLOYS b h-lk-HSS. Da. of Hopestill Holdredge 8 

(Deborah Elliot, Henry, Joseph) and Nathaniel Fellows. She 
was named after the daughter of Peter Bro^m, signer of the 
Mayflower Compact. 

m John Holly, He built a hoiise for them in Stonington, Conn. 

6-20 GEORGE BENTLEY b 1738. d 10-28-l8li;. Son of George 8 

Bentley (Mary Elliot, Henry, Joseph) and Ruth Barber. 

m 6-27-1751, Amy Carter. 

Mary Bentley b ^25-1752 d 

6-25 George Bentley b 6-26-1756 d 5-13-1831 12 

Sarah Bentley b ii-25-176l d 

Robert b 8- 6-1765 d 

Anna b 7- ^1769 d 

6-21 DEBORAH ELLIOT bp 5-ll-17iiO. Da. of Joseph (Henry, Henrj', 9 
Joseph) 

m Joseph Dewey 

George Warren Dewey b d 

Eliza Almira Dewey b d 

Robert Dennis on Dewey b d 2- 7-1820 

Alice Dewey b d 9-21^-1 7 9U 

6-26 Deborah Dewey b d 12 

Four more children not named in lists. 



12 



6-22 JOMME ELLIOT bp 5-ll-17ijO. Tla. of Joseph (Henry, Heniy, 9 

Joseph) 

m 3-12-176U, Michael Ash. b 173- . Ropemaker in Stoning- 
ton, Conn. Son of Thomas Ash and Mary Stanton. 

6-27 Thomas Ash, Cap't. b 1765 d 13 

neorge Ash b d 

Defended the tovm in I8II4. 

6-23 DESIPiE ELLIOT bp 2- 6-17h5 by Rev. Eels. Da. of Joseph 9 

(Henrj', Heniy, Joseph) and 

m 3- 8-1767 . Samuel Beebe . 

6-2a mm ELLIOT b 2-23-1758. Da. of Asa (Joseph, Henrj', Jos- 9 

eph) and Susannah Eabcock. Resided Stonington, Conn. 

m 10- 3-1781 by Rev., Nathaniel Eels, Levds Hart 

Usually Lydia Ann Hart (b ii- 9-1831. d 14-25-1852) is shown 
as the daughter of Ann Elliott and Lewis Hart but she may be 
a granddaughter. Lydia Ann Hart m George Elliot and had a 
son called Frank Elliot, 



6-25 GEORGE EENTLEY b ^26-1756. d 5-13-1831. Son of George 11 

Bentley (George Pentley, Mar^/ Elliot, Henry, Joseph) and Amy 
Carter, 

ra Lucy Gardner. b 1756. d 6- 7-l8[iii.' 

Jonathan Bentley b d 8-22-l8ij8 
m Nancy Ely. 

Lucy Bentley b d 5- 1-1851; 

George b d 

6-28 Daniel Bentley b 3-2 7-1 78 9 d 13 

6-29 Russell Bentley b 10-12-1791 d 9^25-1852 13 

6-26 DEBORAH DH'i/EY Da. of Deborah Elliot (Joseph, Henry, Henry, 11 

Joseph) and Joseph Devrey, 

m 11- 3-1796, Robert Dennison. d 2- 9-1820. 

m(l) 1- 9-1773 Alice (~) Dennison, d 9-2ii-179U, 

They had nine children. 



13 



6-27 THdlAS ASH, CAP'T. b 1765. Son of Joannah Elliot (Joseph, 
Henry, Henry, Joseph) and liLchael Ash. 



12 



m Mai^'^ Stanton of Stonington, Conn. 



b 1- -1797 
b 1799 

b 2-lii-ieol 



d 
d 
d 



1-1 7-18 C7 



6-30 Mary Ash 

Thomas Ash 

Benjamin Franklin Ash 
m L« A, Comstock 
Selina Ash b 1803 d 

Teacher, single. Took care of father v.'hen he was old. 
Harriet Ash b 1805 d 

m Sam Provoost of Buffalo, N.Y. 
6-31 James Palmer Ash b 180- d 



lU 



Hi 



6-28 DANIEL BENTLEY b 3-27-1789. Son of George Bentley (George 

Bentley, George Bentley, I5ary Elliot, Henry, Joseph) and 
Lucy Gardner. 

m ii-2S>-l8l9, Esther Wheeler 

Infant daughter b 5-23-1822 d 5-23-1822 

Infant son b 10-2li-l823 d IO-2I4-I823 

Anna Esther Bentley b 7-l[|-l825 d 

Daniel E. b 2-15-1827 d young 

Daniel Edwin b 5-30-1828 d young 

Rev. EdTTin b 10-29-1829 d 

Courtland b 11- 5-1831 d 

Infant son b 5- 8-l83ij d 5- 8-l83ii 

Adoniram Judson Bentley b 5-I6-I836 d young 

Samuel Horton Bentley b 8-lii-l837 d 

Sarah Bentley b 8-lii-l837 d 



12 



6-29 RUSSELL BEMTLEY b 10-12-1791. d 9-25-1852. Son of George 
(George Bentley, George Bentley, Iviary Elliot, Henry, Joseph) 
and Lucy Gardner. 

m 10-22-1822, Susan Stanton. b 8-17-1798. d ll-20-l8iji(. 
Da, of Amos and Amelia (Babcock) Stanton. 



12 



Harriet D. Bentley 
m(l) 1- 5-l8ii3, 
m(2) 1-25-1859, 
m(3) h- -^1869, 

Martha E. Bentley 
m 11-12-181^5, 

Susan E. Bentley 

Infant daughter 



b 1- 1-1821 d 
John D, Babcock 
Daniel N. Galli^ 
• Henry D, Hungerford. 
b 14-18-1825 d 
John H. Crary 

b o_2ii-l827 d 
b 5- -1831 d 



d 1-31-1899. 



12-22-l8ijli 
5- -1831 



lU 



6-29 Lucy G. Bentley ' b 7-17-1829 d 

m 10-20-1850, Richard Viheeler, Son of Allen 
and Jemima ( — ) Vifheeler. 
lliaiy J. Bentley ' b 9-10-1832 d 

m 1- 5-1858, Henry L, Iliner 
Emeline 11. Bentley b 5- ii-l835 d 
m 6-25-1861, Charles H. Kenyon 

6-30 l\km ASE b 1- -1797. d 1-17-1887. Da. of Thomas 13 
(Joanna Elliot, Joseph, Henrj^, Henry, Joseph) and Mary 
Stanton, 

m(l) Edmund Cole of New York. 

m(2) Scoville Hinman of New Haven, Conn. 

6-31 JAIIES PAUER ASH b I8O-. Son of Thomas (Joanna Elliot, 13 
Joseph, Henry, Henry, Joseph) and I.&ry Stanton, 



n 182- , Hannah Clifford 



Harriet Ash 


b 


Elizabeth Ash 


b 


Benjamin Ash 


b 


James Ash 


b 



d 
d 
d 
d 



JOSEPH ELLIOT 



15 



JOSEPH ELLIOT d between the dates of 2- 7-1799 and 2-2I4-I8OO 

■vrtien his will -was made and probated in Greene, Chenango Co., 
New Yoric, 

Joseph married and lived in Cystic, Connecticut, until 1777 
when he moved his family first to New Hampshire v:here Ittai was 
bom then to Leyden Twp,, Franklin Co., Massachusetts and fin- 
ally to Greene, New Yoric. 



m 



2 
3 
h 
S 
6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 



175ii-1759 In Mystic, Conn., Desire Burrows. b 3-11-1738 
in Groton, Conn. d before I8IO in Greene, New York, Uth 
of ih children of John Burrows (John, John, Robert) of Groton 
(b ll-lii-1701. d 1770 Mystic, Conn. Fanner and ship's 
carpenter.) and Desire Packer (b 9-11-1712. d I8O8 in 
Jflystic, Conn. Da. of John and Abigail (Aver;.-) Packer.) 



Adin Elliot 
Desire Elliot 
Hopestill Elliot 
Thomas Elliot 
Lem-uel Elliot 
Ledda Elliot (Lydia) 
Joab Elliot 
Betsey Elliot 
Abisha Elliot 
Ittai Elliot 



b 1-28-1763 d 10- 1-1837 



159 



19 



b 
b 




d 
d 




li3 


b 


9-11-1766 


d 


1-11-1851 


li5 


b 


1768 


d 


5-2^1815 


120 


b 




d 




121 


b 


8-17-1773 


d 


h- ^1855 


121 


b 




d 




131 


b 


1776 


d 


U-22-1839 


132 


b 


1779 


d 


1865 


137 



Joseph may not have been the son of Joseph and Joannah (Brooks) 

Elliot of Stonington, Connecticut. 
He never lived in Guilford, Vermont. 
He never fought in the Revolutionary War in any capacity nor did 

he do duty in Lewisbiirg Federal Prison in Pennsylvania. 
He was not a Captain of 3rd. Guilford Militia. 
He was not a supporter of New York's claims nor a recipient of 

sufferers' land grant in Bainbridge, New York. 

That Joseph Elliot was the son of Joseph £ind Joannah (Brooks) 
Elliot of Stonington, Connecticut, was based on the supposition 
that Joseph was bom around 1730 and that he lived near Stonington. 

He was near Stonington because Iitystic borders Stonington on the 
v;est and yet that is no reason to assvmie Joseph was bom in Ston- 
ington. He could have been born a«iywhere as people traveled long 
distances in those days. 

There is no information of how long Joseph lived in J^tic, 
Conn, before he purchased 9-27-1 75U, one-qiiarter acre of land on 
the Trest side of l!ystic River, from Samuel Burrows Jr., for 100 
poundSo Five years later, ll-20-1759j he sold it, including the 



16 



ho-use, to Samuel Burrows Jr., for 90 pounds. 

The date Joseph and Desire married may have been in 175U when 
he first needed land on which to settle, for he evidently moved 
onto John Burrows' land in 1759 because the next land transac- 
tion was 1-17-1761;, a year after the birth of Adin, He sold the 
house setting on John Burrows' land. 

Proximity and approximation of birthdate is too weak without 
supportive evidence to be of value. If Joseph were 18 years old 
when he purchased land in 175U, he would have been bom in 1736, 
not 1732, He could have been bom anytime from 1730 to 1738, 

The children of Joseph and Desire named their children after 
brothers, uncles, aunts and cousins; ;yet Joseph and Desire did 
not name one of their children sifter his supposed brothers: Asa, 
Zebulon, Henry and John, 

Joseph and Desire's family were clannish. Their children 
moved in groups: Thomas, Joab and Adin into Chenango Co,, N.Y. ; 
Thomas and Ittai into Allegheny Co,, N.Y,j Adin and George Ylm. 
into Lenawee Co,, Michigan, although not at the aaaie time; and 
grandchildren in groups from two to nine into Illinois, Wiscon- 
sin and Minnesota. Yet -jrtiere were Joseph's brothers? 

Elliot legend says seven brothers came from Scotland to the 
New World together and landed in Halifax. There is no reason 
Elliots should ignore having lived in England for hundreds of 
years had they done so, and yet all the Elliots in our family 
refuse to acknowledge or believe in such a sojourn. Old timers, 
especially, refuse to accept it, 

Charles Cotton, first cousin to Ifeiry Ann (Elliot) Babcock, 
enlisted and served throughout the Civil War with Joseph N.B, 
(Pole) Elliot Jr. He was friend as well as relative to George 
V/, Elliot of Lena;vee County, Mich., and wrote to and visited 
him at his home. As an old man he wrote a letter from Clean, 
N.Y, in answer to a query from Elwood, grandson of George W, , 
about the Elliot history. He also said Elliots cajna directly 
from Scotland, Unfortuneately, the letter was destroyed so 
csuinot be corroborated. 

Lastly, the fact that nowhere that Joseph and Desire Bur- 
rows were mentioned was his parents named, Joseph and Joannah 
(Brooks ) Elliot were well documented so why would they not have 
been named as his parents if they were, indeed? 

For these and other reasons, I believe there will have to be 
more research and more evidence before Joseph and Joannah (Brooks) 
caji be accepted as parents of Joseph Elliot who married Desire 
Bxirrows. 

Joseph and Desire lived in Leyden, Mass., except for a two 
year residence in New Hampohire, from the time they moved from 
l^tic. Conn., until they moved to Greene, Chenango Co., New 
York, as early as 1792 or as late as the fall of 1797. At that 
time Joab took his Massachvisetts bride back to Chenango to the 
home he had prepared for her. It is possible they made the move 



17 



at that time but it is more probable that they had already 
settled in Chenango Co. , N.Y. 

In Mystic, Joseph next sold, U-21-1777, land, direlllng 
hoxise, fruit trees, etc., irhich had been willed to "my dutiful 
daughter Desire Eliot" by John Burrows in 1770. Pei^iapa they 
had lived on that property since 1759, xmderstanding it would 
be theirs by inheritance. R. Earl Burroirs, author of Robert 
Burrows and his Descendants, 1630-197U , says the house still 
stands in Hystic on Eldridge Street. 

The sale preceded preparations by the family for their move 
north. The History of Leyden , ifass » , noted that in 1779, Jos- 
eph Elliot (among others) added his name to the Leyden roster. 
TUfhere they were in the two year period between 1777 and 1779 
was a poser until the Rock Island County, nilnoia History 
stated that Ittai was bom in New Hampshire and moved at a 
very early age to Massachusetts, Uriah Wilbur, Joseph's bro- 
ther-in-law, moved into Leyden, Mass., before I78O and the 
two and their femiilies may have left Mystic together or ren- 
dezvoused later. At any rate, the Lej^n History listed inhab- 
itants of Leyden, in I78I, in the order of their location; 

37: Uriah Wilbirr on New Center Road, Town meetings were 
held in his home. 

liO: Joseph Elliot on Center County Road, running north and 
south through Leyden T»rp, 

In the 1790 U.S. Census for Leyden, Franklin Co., Mass., 
Joseph had one male over I6, two males under 16 and four females. 
Lemviel Elliot, his son, had one male over 16 and one female. 

Knowing so little of Joseph's life prior to New YoA, lead to 
acceptance of Guilford residence as records were not specific 
about the Joseph Elliot whose civic duties were noted in several 
books but no particulars of his life given. Desire and Joab, 
his children, were married in Franklin County, Mass., Joab re- 
tmming from New York to claim his bride, lead to the knowledge 
that Joseph and Desire lived in the vicinity of Franklin County, 
Mass. Guilford, Vennont, is just across the Mass. - Vermont 
border Jind a natural assumption would be that the Josepii in 
Guilford was the sane nan who married Desire Bxirrcwrs. 

Further research lead to the knowledge that Joseph of Guil- 
ford, Vt., was an entirely different person. Also, Madison 
and Chenango Count jes ,jterr-:jfbik . History noted a Cap't Joseph 
Elliot had moved into Chenango County in the period ca. I8OO 
and had died there in l8Ui* 

Recently, more information was foimd making positive the 
two men had no relation to each other, fbe record of Cap't 
Joseph Elliot will follow. 

In Greene, Joseph lived on a farm which he bequeathed to 
his wife Desire and two youngest sons, Abisha and Ittai, 
TVhere the fann was locaij^d or records of the disposal of it 
has not been discovered, but in the I8OC U.S. Census Desire 
was listed between Joab and Thomas. Joseph also left money 



18 



for "a decent and Christian burial" but no grave nor stone was 
ever foimd. It may be that he was buried in a private cemetery 
on the farm. Finding it might solve the problem of his birth- 
date and lead to determination of his parentage. 

National Archives in Washington, D. C, has no record of 
Joseph Elliot who married Desire Burrows, having served in any 
capacity or in any tmit or of any rank in the Revolutionary 
War. Neither is there ajiy record in National Archives of Jos- 
eph having been on duty at the Lewlsburg Federal Prison in Penn- 
sylvania, Prison officials referred my letter to the Union 
County History Society of Pa,, and it was noted that in the 
1790 U,S, Census for Pa,, there were no Joseph Elliots in the 
state and in the I8OO U.S, Census there was a Joseph Elliot in 
Washington Co,, and a Joseph Elliot in Lxizeme Co., both far 
from Union County, in which the prison is located. 

It is evident from facts obtained from Guilford Mass,, His- 
tory , the Vermont Historical Gazateer Index , the Annals of 
Brattleboro, Vt, , the Private Records of John Gale, lawyer of 
Brattleboro, whose notes were used in the Guilford History , 
and other cited sources, and records from the Town Clerks' Of- 
fices of Guilford, Vt,, and of Les^den, Mass,, that Joseph Ell- 
iot and Desire Burrows never lived in Guilford, Vt,, Joseph 
did not serve in the Revolutionary V/ar in any capacity, was 
not on duty at Lewisburg Federal Prison in Pa,, did not receive 
a commission of Captain in the 3rd, Guilford Militia by the 
State of New York, did not become involved in the border dis- 
pute and did not receive an allotment of land for Guilford suf- 
ferers from the State of New York and in no way was related to 
the man who participated in the above deeds. 

The data attributed to Joseph Elliot who married Desire Bur'- 
rows actually belonged to Cap't Joseph Elliot of Guilford, Vt,, 
native of Gloucester, Itossachusetts, 



JOSEPH ELLIOT, CAP'T. b in Gloucester, Mass, d l8Ui in 
Chenango Co,, New Yoik, 

m Mary (— ) b 1730 in Gloucester, Mass. d 3-17-179U. Bu, 
in Blanchard Cem, , Guilford, Vermont, 

Joseph moved to Guilford, Vermont, in 1776 and bought 60 
acres of south end Lot #60, Dist, #12 and lived there until he 
sold it in I7B9 to Wm, Hoit, 

During his residence in Giiilford, he served on the Committee 
of Safety in 1777, 1778 and 1779; he was one of the Surveyors 
of Highways in 1777, 1778 and I779. and was Tovm Treasurer 
in 1778; and he served on the Cj)mmittee to store powder and 
lead in 1779 and I78O, 

In June 1782, he was commissioned by New York State as 
Captain in 3rd Guilford Militia, 



19 



Cap't Joseph Elliot was one of the Guilford sympathizers to 
New York's claims in the New York-Vermont border dispute and 
received an allotment of vinstated acreage in Bainbridge, Chen- 
ango Co., N.Y,, awarded to compensate for losses suffered . 



ELIOTS 

The only multiple members of an Elliot family to an:ive on the 
American Continent that has been fo\md so far were the children 
of Bennet Eliot of Essex, England: Mary, Another girl, John who 
was teacher and Apostle to the Indians, Philip, Jacob and Francis, 
but although I recorded the whole family, I never found an inter- 
sect with our family. It is probably possible that intermarriage 
occurred as many of them married other Elliots but since no par- 
ents were given it was not proveable. 



2 AD IN ELLIOT b 1-28-1763 in Mystic, Coain. d 10- li-l837 in 15 

Greene, New York. Bu, tn Lower Page Brook Cem. Son of 
Joseph and Desire Burrows, 

m in Connecticutt,, Fiances Rhodes (Fanny), b 3- Ii-176[i in 229 
Pawtucket, Rhode Island, bp 6- 3-1761i, d 7- 6-1839 in 
Greene, N,Y, Bu, in Lower Page Brook Cem, Da, of Charles 
Rhodes of Pawtucket, Rhode Island, 



20 



2- 


1 


Charles Rhodes Elliot 


b 


5-16-1789 


d 


8- 9-1855 


20 


2- 


2 


Desire Elliot 


b 


10-201790 


d 


7- U-1823 


22 






Adin Elliot Jr. 


b 


12-23-1792 


d 


9- 5-1795 








Polly Elliot 


b 


3-I8-I79U 


d 










m Brownell 












2- 


3 


Joseph Napoleon Bonaparte 


b 


10-12-1795 


d 


6- >1879 


25 






Betsey Elliot 


b 


li-l8-1797 


d 










m — -V/ilson 
















Frances Elliot 


b 


3- 6-1801 


d 






2- 


ii 


James Harron Elliot 


b 


12-2^1801; 


d 


12-26-188U 


26 






Dennie Elliot 


b 


1806 


d 










Calphiimia Elliot 


b 


1808 


d 







In 1792-1795 Nathan Bennett, Joshua Root, Eleazur Skinner, 
Thomas Elliot, Joab Elliot, Roswell Fitch, Adin Elliot, Philo 
Clenimons and Cap't Mandeville located in that order west to 
east on Chenango Road, Settlenent vras made in the south part 
of the tovm of Greene, History of lladison and Chenango Coun - 
ties, New York , 

Adin settled in Greene when there vrere only two other fami- 
lies there and in 1795 opened the second tavern in tcnm, 

10- 5-1793 he vas appointed Ensign in the Tioga itllitia. In 
April 1798, he was elected Poormaster, He iras a fanner but 
held public offices: Inspector of Elections for the town of 
Coventry in I807, I8O9 and iSUj Overseer of Highways for 
three years and Sealer of Weights in l809j Assessor for the 
tovm of Coventry for five years. 



2-1 CHARLES RHODES ELLIOT b 5-16-1789 in Conn. d 8- 9^1855 in 
Greene, N,Y, Bu. in Lower ?age Brook Cem, Son of Adin 
(Joseph) and Frances Rhodes. Farmer. 



20 



m 1811, Susannah Cornish, b 5-17-1785 N.Y. d 7-20-I87I;. 
Bu. in Lower Page Brook Cera, Da, of Jabez Cornish. 



21- 


1 


Charles V:. Elliot 


b 


1813 


d 




21 


21- 


2 


Nancy Elliot 
Poi:iy Elliot 
m Lee 


b 
b 


1815 


d 
d 




21 


21- 


3 


Esther Elliot (Hester) 


b 


1821 


d 




21 


21- 


h 


Henry Prather Elliot 


b 


1822 


d 




21 






John F, Elliot 


b 


1823 


d 


10-l6-l8ijli 








Fame 11a Elliot 


b 




d 


1820 young 








Daniel Elliot 


b 




d 


1826 yo\ing 








Susannah Elliot 


b 




d 


1827 young 





21 



2-1 Waria D. (Martha ) b 1828 d 
Lavinia Elliot b 1833 d 

Joseph D. Elliot b iBljO d 11-12-16U; 

21-1 CHARLES XI, ELLIOT b I8l3 N.Y. The 1850 U.S. Census 20 
shovred he v/orked on his father's farm. Son of Charles R, 
(Adin, Joseph) and Susannah Cornish, 

m Jane (~) b I8l2 in New Yoric 

Minerva J. Elliott b l8U5 d 
Wesley- R, Elliott b l8ii9 d 

21-2 NANCY ELLIOT b l8l5. Da. of Charles R, (Adin, Joseph) 20 
and Susannah Cornish, 

m Nelson Paddleford, b I8l0, Fanner in Greene, N.Y. 

Adelia Paddleford 
Edgar Paddleford 
Henry Paddleford 

21-3 ESTHER ELLIOT (HESTER) b 1821. Da, of Charles R, (Adin, 20 
Joseph) and Susannah Cornish. 

m David 5. Haight. b 1821 

Lavinia Hait b l83h d 

21-ii HENRY PRATHER ELLIOT b 1822 in Greene, N,Y. Son of Charles 2D 
R, (Adin, Joseph) and Susannah Cornish, He was a farmer on 
100 acres in N, Fenton, 

m Elizabeth Birdsall. b l82i; 

Melissa Elliott b d 

Franklin Elliott b d 

21- 5 Spencer Rhodes Elliott b I863 d 1926 21 

21-5 SPENCER RHODES ELLIOTT b I863 in Greene, N.Y, d 1926. 21 
Son of Henry Prather (Charles R., Adin, Joseph) and Elizabeth 
Birdsall. 

m Lavonia (~) b I863. d 19OU, 



b 


1838 


d 


b 


I01i2 


d 


b 


18U3 


d 



22 



2-2 DESIKE ELLIOT b 10-20-1790 in Conn, d 7- i;-l823 in Greene, 
N.Y., cLfter the birth of twins. Da. of Adin (Joseph) and 
Frances Rhodes, 



20 



m jabez Comish. b I786, d h- -I87O. Son of Jabez and 133 
brother to Susannah and Sarah Comish. 
m(2) 11- -1823, Sarah (Gould) Weymouth-. 

Jabez was a farmer in Coventry and Genoa, N.Y. After his 
two oldest sons married, he moved to Berlin, Wisconsin. 







Roxanna Amanda Comish 


b 


I8O8 


d young 








Roxanna /iinanda Comish 


b 


1810 


d 








m 1828, Wm. Mathes 


on 


and moved to 


Ohio. 








Jabez Comish 


b 


ii-2 5^1811 


d 




22- 


1 


Adin Elliott Comish 


b 


6- U-1813 


d 6- -1871; 


22 


22- 


2 


Frances Ann Comish 


b 


12-29-1815 


d 


22 


22- 


3 


Joanna Comish 


b 


6-15-1817 


d 


23 


22- 


1; 


Betsey Comish 


b 


9-18-1819 


d 


23 


22- 


5 


Calphurnia Cornish 


b 


^201821 


d 11- 6-1881; 


23 






Floretta Comish 


b 


7- 1-1823 


d infancy 








Henry Comish 


b 


7- 1-1823 


d infancy 





22-1 ADDI ELLIOTT CORKISH b 6- Ii-l8l3 in Chenango Co., N.Y. 

d 6- -I87U in Berlin, Vftsc. Son of Desire Elliot (Adin, 
Joseph) and Jabez Comish, 



m 



After 1827, Arvilla ITeymouth, Da. of his step-mother. 
They moved to Berlin, Vise., in I8ii0-ii5. 



22 



Hiram Comish 
Harriet Comish 

m Edward Griffith 
Mary Comish 

m Clarice 

Reuben Comish 
Chester Comish 



b 
b 



b 
b 



d in Civil War 
d 



d infancy 
d infancy 



22-2 FPANCES ANN CORNISH b 12-29^1815. d in Seattle, Wash., 
where she went to live vrith her children after the death of 
her husband. They had lived in Duxbiiry, Massachusetts until 
then. Da. of Desire Elliot (Adin, Joseph) and Jabez Cor- 
nish, 



22 



ro 3-I9-I8U9, George Winsor of Duxbury, Massachusetts, 
b 3-17-1790. d 1870 in Duxbuiy. 



23 



22-2 22- 6 Wilhemina Vfinsor b 10-25-1851 d 23 

22- 7 Agnes 17. ITinsor b 8-214-1855 d 23 

22-3 JOAiniA CORKISH b 6-l5-l8l7. Da. of Desire Elliot (Adin, 22 

Joseph) and Jabez Cornish. 

m(l) Edward Hawkins 

in(2) Hotchkiss of Bluff ton, Kansas 

22-1; BETSEY CORNISH b 9-18-1 819. Da, of Desire Elliot (Adin, 22 

Joseph) and Jabez Cornish. 



m 11- 6-ieiiO, Silas P. Spafford, 

They settled in Long Prairie, I.Iinnesota 



22- 8 


John W. Spafford 


b 


6-15-18U6 


d 


22- 9 


Edwin Spafford 


b 


3- 1-18U8 


d 




George Spafford 


b 


9-18-1850 


d 




m Mary Walsh 








22-10 


Calphurnia Spafford 


b 


9-18-1850 


d 


22-11 


Mary Spafford 


b 


7-15-1656 


d 



2li 
2h 



2U 
2li 

22-5 CALPHURNIA CORI\nSH b 9-2C^l821. d 11- 6-I88U, Da. of 22 

Desire Elliot (Adin, Joseph) and Jabez Cornish. 

m(l) David Parks. d 1850 in St. Louis, I.tLssouri 
m(2) lj-lij-l856, Luther Forsythe of V/inneconne, Y/isconsin 
d 11- 1-1872 



Isadore Paries 


b 


I8I45 


d 


6-27-l8ii9 


Cyrus Henry Parks 


b 8- 


-18U6 


d 


6-27-I8U9 


William Parks 


b IC^ 


-I6ii7 


d 


6-27-I8I49 



22-6 Y/ILHEI-OiNA V.INSOR b 10-25-1851. Da. of Frances Ann Cornish 23 
(Desire Elliot, Adin, Joseph) and George Winsor 

m 5-26-1669, John H. Dw:\'er of Seattle, Washington 

Eva Dwyer b 11-21-1870 d 

George Hov-rard Dwyer b 10-30-18 71 d 

John Alfred Dwyer b 3- 5-1875 d 

22-7 AGNES W. WINSOR b 8-2U-1855. Da. of Frances Ann Cornish 23 

(Desire Elliot, Adin, Joseph) and George V/insor 



21; 



22-7 m 8-26-1879, Thomas Prather of Olyinpia, TiVashington 

Thomas Prather b 12-11-1881 d 8- -1882 

Edith Prather b 12-11-1881 d 

22-8 JOHN V/. SPAFFORD b 6-15-18U6. Son of Betsey Cornish 23 

(Desire Elliot, Adin, Joseph) and Silas P. Spafford 

m(l) Elizabeth Hairtcins 
m(2) Phebe Dolvin 
m(3) Emily Zuberbier 

Charles A. Spafford b d 

Orvllle Spafford b ' d ' 

!.Iaud fby 3rd. -wife) b d 

Henry (by 3rd . i-df e ) b d 

22-9 Wirm SPAFFORD b 3- I-I8I18. Son of Betsey Cornish (Desire 23 
Elliot, Adin, Joseph) and Silas P, Spafford 

in Emma ( — ) 

Theressa Spafford b d 

George Spafford b d 

22-10 CALPHURNIA SPAFFORD b ^18-185G. Da. of Betsey Cornish 23 

(Desire Elliot, Adin, Joseph) and Silas P. Spafford. 

m George Prior 

Lionel Prior b d 

Elsie Prior b d 

Robert Prior b d 

Alice Prior b d 

Frank Prior b d 

Jennie Prior b d 

22-11 MRY SPAFFORD "b 7-15-1856. Da. of Betsey Cornish (Desire 23 
Elliot, Adin, Joseph) and Silas P. Spafford. 



m 



Augustus L. Gale of Redwood Falls, Mnnesota 
Ida Gale b d 



25 



ffv#*T> <rv<^<i ffv«¥^ Oi#^^ 

2-3 JOSEPH NAPOLEON BONAPARTE ELLIOT b 10-12-1795 in Greene, N.Y. 20 
d 6- 3-1879 in N. Fenton, N.Y. Bu. in Lower Page Brook Gem. 
Son of Adin (Joseph) and Frances Rhodes. 

In the Index to Claims, V/ar of l8l2 , Joseph i:a.ve his name 
as Joseph N.B. Elliot. He received $?52.00 in claims for his 
service as a soldier. He was a farmer in Greene, New York. 

m(l) Eliza (--) b l-25-17?8. d 11-18-1833. Pu. in 

Lovfer Page Brook Gem., Greene, N.Y. 
m(2) Abigail (~) b 9-19-1790 in Mass. d 8-12-I87O in 

Greene, N. Y. Bu. in Lower Page Brook Cera. 

Twin boys Elliot b d yoTing 

23- 1 Jos. Napoleon Bonaparte b 1825 d * 185a 25 
Adah Ann Elliot b 1826 d 

m 11- ii-l8hl, Hufus B. Marsh. b 1820. 
Sally L. Elliot b 1827 d 

m Burrows. Resided in Belvedere, N.Y. 

23- 2 Andrew Jackson Elliot b 1829 d I872 25 
Eldredge A. Elliot b 183 d 

23-1 JOSEPH NAPOLEON BONAPARTE ELLIOT (POLE) b 1825 in Greene, 25 
N.Y. Son of Jos. N.Bc (Adin, Joseph) and Eliza (—) Elliot. 

m(l) 11- 9-I8U9, Ellen McComber. b h- li-l833 in N.T. 

d 11- 9-1 8U9 in Greene, New York. 
m(2) IJIary E. (~) 

They had two daughters. Gracia (Babcock) Harrison said 
she remembered Pole, Itery ajid the two girls visiting them. 

Pole and Charley Cotton, first cousin to !.!ary Ann (Elliot) 28 
Babcock, were soldiers together throughout the Civil War. 
They gave their residence at that time as Greene, N.Y. 

He was a farmer in N. Fenton, II. Y. Pole was considered 
odd because he believed in witchcraft, consulted fortune-tell- 
ers and h\mted for buried treasure at night. 

23-2 ANTiREl'/ JACKSON ELLIOT b 1829. d I872 in N. Fenton, N.Y. 25 
Son of Jos. N.B. (Adin, Joseph) and Eliza ( — ) Elliot. 

m h- ii-l859, Mary E. Norton (Cousin Mary Jack) b I836. 
d 1906. Bu. in Fenton Cem., Fenton, New Yoric, Da. of 



26 



23-2 George Vf. (Leonard, Benjamin) and Harriet ( — ) Horton. 

Florence Elizabeth Elliott b 1862 d 7-26-19li9 

m Wesley Hatch of Wisconsin, She lived with S, Mason 
Elliott after V/es died. They had no children, 
Harriet A. Elliott b 186U d li-13-1920 

ra 10- -1885 Richard L. Page. b 1862. d 1926 
Bu. in Sylvan Lawn Cem, , Chenango Co., N.Y. 



2-li 



2i4-l 



JAIES HARRON ELLIOT b 12-29-l80U in Coventry, New Yoik. 
d 12-26-1881;. Bu. in Lower- Page Brook Cem. .Son of Adin 
(Joseph) and Frances Rhodes. He was a farmer. 

m 8- 8-1829, Melita Springstein. b 7-2i;-l808 in Windsor, 
Broome Co., N.Y. d 11-12-188?, in Chenango Co., New Yoik. 



20 



2i;- 1 

2ii- 2 

2i4- 3 

2li- h 

2ii- 5 

2ii- 6 

21- 7 



2li- 8 



Adelia Deem Elliott 
Lydia .Caroline Elliott 
James Benton Elliott 
Adin Urial Elliott 
Seymour Churchill Elliott 
Edwin Alexander Elliott 
Mary Ann Elliott 
Harriet Ifelita Elliott 
Alice Lucille Elliott 
Franklin Pierce Elliott 
Bu. in Lower Page Brook 



b 


9- 5-1830 


d 


1907 


26 


b 


12-30-1833 


d 




27 


b 


2-23-1835 


d 


1907 


27 


b 


5-30-1837 


d 


9- 7-1902 


2? 


b 


U-13-1839 


d 


8- 5-1903 


27 


b 


10- 5-l81a 


d 


3-13-1918 


28 


b 


8-lU-l8I4i 


d 


5-17-1901; 


28 


b 


9-12-18U8 


d 


1;- 9-1852 




b 


1-27-1851 


d 


1938 


28 


b 


3- 5-185U 


d 


8- 1;-1857 




Cem 


• 








30. 


d 1907. 


Da. 


of Jamfts 


26 



AJ.IELIA DEEM ELLIOTT b 9- 5- __ , . 

H, (Adin, Joseph) and Melita Springstein. 

m 10- 2-1851, Orlando Chalker. b 1821;, d 18 97, 
of Orlando Chalker, veteran of the War of I8l2, 



Son 



27 



2U-1 2li- 9 Charles Chalker 

Frederick Chalker 
2ii-10 Herbert Chalker 
2li-ll Arthur J. Chalker 



b 1852 d 10- 2-1887 29 

b Moved to Alberta, Canada 

b d 29 

b d 29 



2ii-2 LYDIA CAROLINE ELLIOTT b 12-30-1833. Da. of James H, (Adin, 
Joseph) and Lfelita Springstein, 

m 1853, Nicholas Pierce and retximed vrLth him to Egg Harbor, 
Nev/ Jersey, b 1835. 



Guy Pierce 
Ross Pierce 
2J4-I2 May Estelle (Stella) 

Caroline Bell (Carrie) 

m Core 

Katie Bell Pierce 

m Mills 

John V. Pierce 



b 
b 

b 

b 



d before I9I8 

d 

d 

d 



b d 

b Lived in New Jersey. 



26 



29 



2U-3 JAMES BENTON ELLIOTT b 2-23-1835 in Greene, N.Y. d 1907. 
Son of JcUnes H, (Adin, Joseph) and Melita Springstein. 

m 2-25-1858 by Levi Pitts at Port Crane, N.Y. , Emily L. Pierce 
of Colesville, N.Y. b 1835. d I9O8 in Greene, N.Y. 

2ii-13 Hugh Charles Elliott 

2U-lii Franklin Pierce Elliott 

2U-15 Edward C, Elliott 

2l;-l6 Earl H. Elliott 



26 



b 


I-21-I667 


d 


7-25-I93U 


29 


b 


1869 


d 


3- 2-1932 


30 


b 


1863 


d 


5-12-1918 


30 


b 


lo- 1-1879 


d 


7-10-1962 


30 



2li-U ADIN URIAL ELLIOTT b 5-30-1837 in Page Brook, New York, 
d 9- 7-1902. Son of James H. (Adin, Joseph) and Melita 
Springstein. He was a farmer and teacher in Broome Co., N.Y. 

m(l) 10-28-1867, Amelia Mason. b 12- 8-l8iiii in V/estc jester 

Co., N.Y. d 11-26-1910 of cancer, 
m(2) Allie 



2U-I7 Isla L. Elliott 
2I4-I8 Samuel Mason Elliott 



b 11- 5-1870 d 
b 1C^17-1875 d 



5-18-1 010 
3-23-I9U7 



26 



30 
30 



2U-5 SEYMOUR CHURCHILL ELLIOTT b 1|-13-1839 in N. Fenton, N.Y." 
d 8- 5-1903, Bu. in Fenton Cem. Son of Janes H. (Adin, 
Joseph) and Melita Springstein, Farmer and minister. 



26 



28 



2U-5 m 2-31-1873 by Norman Biirgess, Laura Ketchum. 

b 6-11-1855. d 1- -19la. Bu in Fenton Cem. Da, of 
John and Dorcus M. ( — ) Ketchum 
m(2) 12-31-1908 Charles E, Pattys 

2i;-19 l&^ron S. Elliott b 3-2^1876 d 10- 9-1932 31 

2I4-20 Floyd lindsey (l^Tin) b 10-13-1882 d 2-18-1951 31 

2)4-6 ED\mi ALE:'CAiroER ELLIOTT b 10- 5-l81a. d 3-13-1918. Son 26 

James H. (Adin, Joseph) and Llelita Springstein. Wealthy. 

md) Nancy Elliott, his cousin. b I-I3-I8IU1. d 7- U-I896 122 

Da. of Joab Elliott Jr. and Permelia Meade 
in(2) Ella (Elliott) Snow, Tdd. of Lamont. b l85l. Da. of 122 

Cyrus Elliott and Aniiis Belden. 
Edwin A. had no children but in his 1,1111 he remembered all 
his brothers, sisters an-i their descendants. 

2l;-7 tlAIff AM ELLIOTT b 8-li4-l81ili . d 5-17-1901;. Da. of James 26 

H. (Adin, Joseph) and I.'elita Springstein. 

m Buel Babcock. Faridngton, Nelson Co., Pa,, farmer. They 
met after the Civil T/ar while he vras visiting relatives, 
the Oliver Bennetts. 

His father, Buel, married Sophronia Elliott, his 3rd, 132 

in Greene, N.Y. 

Carrie Bell Babcock b 11- 3-18 70 

She was born in Farrington, Pa, 

2li-21 Alice Mae Babcock b 11- 3-1873 

Floyd ITiley Babcock b 7-2U-I877 

Single 

2li-22 Gratia Hegina Babcock b 7- 5-1880 

2i4-8 ALICE LUCILLE ELLIOTT b 1-27-1851. d 1938. Da. of 26 

James H. (Adin, Joseph) and Melitia Springstein. 

m George A, Clark 

2li-23 Frances Clark b d I93- 32 

Edwin Clark b d 

Edward Clark b d 

Janes Clark b d 

Nellie Clark b I88O d 

ra Kent 

Ella Mae Clark b d 

m Sutherland 



d 


11- 6-I88U 




d 

d 


1- -1925 


31 


d 


1961 


31 



29 



2i)-9 CHARLES CIIALKER b l852. d lO 2-188?. Son of Adelia 2? 
Deem Elliott (James H., Adin, Joseph) and Orlando Chalker. 

Vertil Chalker b d 

Orlie Chalker b d 

2li-10 HRRBERT CHALKER Son of Adelia Deem Elliott (James H., Adin, 2? 
Joseph) and Orleindo Chalker. Said to have lived in Alberta. 

Verta Chalker b d 

Mae Chalker b d 

2[t-ll ARTHUR J. CHALKER Son of Adelia Deem Elliott (James H., 2? 
Adin, Joseph) and Orlando Chalker. 

Lynn Chalker b d 

George Chalker had a da, Millie 

Blanch Chalker b d 

girl b d 

Arthur Chalker b d 

2J4-I2 LIAY ES TELLE PIERCE (STELLA) Da. of Lydia C. Elliott (James 27 
H., Adin, Joseph) and Nick Pierce. 

m(l) Burger 

m(2) before I918, Jenner 

Caroline Burger b d 

2ii-13 HUGH CHARLES ELLIOTT b I-2I-I867. d 7-25-1 93U in Bing- 27 

hamton, N.Y. Son of James B. (James H., Adin, Joseph) and 
Emily Pierce. He was a farmer, owned a grocery store and 
meat market. He also had a milk route connected vrith the 
store. 

m 6-II4-I89I in Chenango Forks, N.Y., Louella ?,:ay Ingraham 
b 5-25-1879 in Greene, N.Y. d U-ll4-1933 in Binghamton. 
Da. of Erastus and Mary Jane (Palmer) Ingraham. 

2ii-2i4 Benton Erastus Elliott 
2U-25 liable Louella Elliott 
2ii-26 Harry Charles Elliott 
21-27 Helen Jane Elliott 
2)4-28 Doris Eunola Elliott 

Kenneth Gordon Elliott b 10-21-1913 d 
Single, Exec, in IBM in Binghamton, N.Y, 



b 


2- 1-1893 


d 


5- 9-1937 


32 


b 


9- b-l895 


d 


9- 6-1952 


32 


b 


9-19-1899 


d 




32 


b 


6- 2-I00I4 


d 


2-22-1957 


33 


b 


8-27-1908 


d 


3- -1975 


33 



30 



2i;-lU FRANKLIN PIERCE ELLIOTT (FRANiO b I869-. d 3- 2-1932 in 27 

Greene, N.Y. Son of James B. (James H., Adin, Joseph) and 
Emily Pierce. 

m Katie B. Slater. b 3- 6>-l863. d 2-19-19U1. Ea. of 
Bradley and Lucy (Bolt) Beach, 

Grace B. Elliott b 1885 d 19^8 

She lived with her mother for years on N. Canal St., 
Greene, New York. 

2ij-l5 EDWARD C. ELLIOTT (EDDIE) 'b I863. d I9I8 in Greene, N.Y. 27 

Son of James B. (James H., Adin, Joseph) and Emily Pierce. 
Teamster. 

m(l) 1885, De Etta E. Soule. b 3-31-1867 in Smithville, 
d k- h-1892. Da. of Eli and Jane R. (~) Soiile. 

m(2) 1893 by Rev. Elliott Ketch\im, Philena G. changed to 
Grace Mable Senear, twin to Howard G. b 2-28-1869. 
d h- 5-1971 in Greene, New York, age 102. • Da. of 
and Philena E. ( — ) Senear. 

2li-29 Jane Elizabeth (Bertha) 

Florence Elliott 

m Lloyd Y/estgate. 
2I4-3O Floyd S. Elliott 
2l;-31 Irene Isobel Elliott 
2l;-32 Neal Irving Elliott 

Howard Raymond Elliott 
m Ruth Peterson 
2ii-33 Hugh Burton Elliott 
2ii-3ii Harold George Elliott 

2ii-l6 EARL H. ELLIOTT b '10-1-1879. d 7-101962. Son of 27 

James B, (James H., Adin, Joseph) and Emily Pierce. Earl 
lived in Branchport, New York, 

m Bertha Curtis. 



b 10-13-1886 
b 


d 5-17-1973 
d 


33 


They have a son 
b 2-17-18 9i; 
b 11-17-1897 
b h- 1-1899 
b 12-17-1901 


in Florida. 

d 5- U-1965 

d 

d 
d 


33 
33 
3li 


b 11- 8-1903 
b 11-21-1905 


d 

d 


3ii 

3h 



27 



2U-I7 ISU L. EILIOTT b 11- 5-1870 in Page Brook, New Yoric. 

d 5-18-1910 of cancer in Brighton, N.Y. Son of Adin U. 
(James H., Adin, Joseph) and Amelia iJlason. 

m 1902, Van Vorce. They lived in Binghamton, N.Y. 

2U-I8 CAIfUEL I.IAS0N ELLIOTT (I.IASON) b IO-I7-I875, d 3_23-19li7 27 

of cancer in Binghamton, New Yoik 



31 



2i|-l8 Son of Adin U. (James H. , Adin, Joseph) and Amelia Mason. 

He was a successful businessman in Binghairrton, Hew York, 
in the hard coal business, 

m 1910 in Binghamton, II. Y., Clara May Bardo. b 10-11- 
1877 in T.Iillville , Pa, d 11- -lp[i2 of hypertension, 
cardiovascular disorder. 

21-35 Hope Eloise Elliott b 8- 9-1911 d 3U 

2U-I9 IIYRON S. ELLIOTT b 3-2?-l876. d lO- 5^1932, Son of 28 

Seymour C. (James H., Adin, Joseph) and Laura Ketchum. 

m(l) 1-10-1898, Martha Smith 
m(2) 

2li-36 Xenia Elliott b 8-23-1899 d 35 

Beatrice Elliott b 3-25-1903 d 

m 8-26-1925, railiam Lamb 

2I4-2O FLOYD LIIIDSET ELLIOTT (LYICJ) b 10-13-1862. d 2-18-1951 28 
Son of Seymour C, (James H,, Adin, Joseph) and Laura Ketch- 
um, 

m(l) 7-19-1902, !.!rs. I.Iitta ::. Ellis. 

10-114-1905 annulled 
m(2) 9-29-1906, Lillian Lonnella Austin 

Claud Elliott b >25-1903 d I90U 

2I4-37 Lorenna Lorella Elliott b 6-27-1901; d 35 

2I4-38 Virgie Viola Elliott b I-3O-I909 d 11-29-197- 35 

2ii-39 Frank Ellis Elliott b 5-26-1916 d 35 

2U-2I ALICE I-!AE BABCOCK b 11- >l873. d 1- -1925. Da. of 28 

Wary Ann Elliot (James H., Adin, Joseph) and Buel Babcock. 

m Raymond E. Baker. d 1- 5-1936 

2li-U0 Buel Wesley Baker b 3- U-1899 d 11- U-19li9 36 

2li-22 GRATIA HEGINA BABCOCK b 7- 5-l880. d 1^61. Da. of 28 

Karj-- Ann Elliot (James H., Adin, Joseph) and Buel Babcock. 

m Harlow I, Harrison 

Kenneth Harrison b 1901 d 1950 

Alice Harrison b I9O8 d I916 

v;alter James Harrison lives in V.'averly, N.Yo 



32 



2li-23 FRANCES CURK b ca, 18?- d 1932. She fell from a 28 

cherry- or apple tree. Da. of Alice L. Elliott (James H. , 
Adin, Joseph) and George A, Clark. 

They lived on the old Elliott farm. She shot Kick and 
hung herself. She evidently was rescued for the jury 
acquitted her, 

m(l) Lindsav 

m(2) before 1914, Nick Collins. d 1922 from gunshot. 

Shirley Collins b 191- d 

2lj-2li BEIJTCK ERASTUS ELLIOTT b 2- 1-1693 in Greene, New York. 29 

d 5- 9-1937 in Afton, N.Y. from complications after an' 
emergency appendectomy. Son of Hugh Charles (James B», 
James H. , Adin, Joseph) and Louella Ingraham. 
He was a farmer and worked in a creamerj'. 

m lO-lCi-l?!! in Oxford, N.Y. , Ethel Louise Monell. 
b 9-19.1893. She ^vas in the ISUO U.S. Census. 

Stewart Elliott b k- il-1917 d 

Single, (i960) Head of Language Dept. in Potts- 
town, Pa,, High School, 
2ii-Iil Barbara Elliott b 2- 6-192li d 36 

Eddie Elliott b d infancy 

2lj-25 MABLE LOUELLA ELLIOTT b 9- ii-l895 Greene, Nw York, 29 

d 9~ 6-1952 in Endicott, N,Y,, of cancer. Da, of Hugh C. 
(James B,, James H,, Adin, Joseph) and Louella Ingraham. 

m(l) 3- -1918 in Binghamton, Howard B, Webb. b 6-II-I893 
in Greene. He was an interior decorator and was the 
best bee man in the state of New York, 
Divorced. 

m(2) 8-27-1928, Earl L. Cole. b 1-31-1900, Son of Brad- 
ley Cole of Pa, He ovmed his own electrical shop. 

2li-l42 Dorothy Webb b 1-22-1920 d 36 

2U-li3 Lloyd Bradley Cole b > 9^1930 d 36 



2li-26 HARRY CHARLES ELLIOTT b 9L.19-1899 in Greene, N,T, 

Son of Hugh C, (James B,, James H., Adin, Joseph) and Lou- 
ella Ingraham, He was an accountant for IBM in Endicott, 

m 9-10-1936 in Binghamton, Vivian (Colyer) Layton, widow 
of MavLTice Laytai. b 12-10-1900, d I966. Da, of 
Richard and tSargaret (Maggie ) Colyer, 



29 



33 



214-27 mLEN JA1\!E ElilOTT b 6- 2-1 OOU in Greene, l.'.Y. d 2-22- 

1957 in Greene, N.Y, , of cerebral hemorrhage ivhile bowling. 
Da. of Hugh C, (James B., James H. , Adin, Joseph) and Lou- 
ella Ingrahajn. 



29 



m 7- 3-1923 in Binghamton, N.Y., Lester Earl Tanner 

b 9-18-1 90U. Son of ITm. A. and Lvla (Barr) Tanner of 

Index, New York. 

m(2) 5-17-1958, Doris Eunola Elliott, Helen's sister. 



Lester Tanner Jr. b 

Girl b 



1925 d 3 v;ks. old 
1938 d stillborn 



2ij-28 DOPIS EUIIOLA ELLIOTT b 6-27-^1908. d 3- -1975. Da. of 
Hugh C, (James B,, James H,, Adin, Joseph) and Louella 

Ingraham 



m 



5-17-1958, Lester Earl Tanner. b 9-l8-190ii 



29 



2U-29 JAIIE ELIZABETH ELLIOTT (BERTHA) b 10-13-1886. d 5-17-' 
1973 in Binghamton, New Yoric. Da. of Edward G. (James B., 
James H,, Adin, Joseph) and De Etta Soule. 

Bertha lived in Florida after her retirement from nurs- 
ing in 196[i. 



30 



m Hayes 

Son lives in Florida 



2li-30 FLOYD S. ELLIOTT b 2-I7-I89U. d 5- 14-1965. Son of Ed- 
ward C, (James B,, James H., Adin, Joseph) and De Etta Soule 



30 



m(l) 
m(2) 


192- , Anna Topel. 
1937, Esther I.Iiner. 


b Germany, d 
b 1- I4-I899. 


9-2 

d 


5-192- 
6- 14-1963 


2l4-l|)4 


Robert Elliott 

Evelyn Elliott 

I.larcella Elliott 

Eoy 

Jay Elliott 

Vivian Elliott 

Helen Elliott 


b 
b 

b 
b 
b 
b 
b 


9-15-1928 

5-2^1938 

11- 7-19ljO 

9-13-191^3 


d 

d 

d 
d 
m 

m 
m 


infancy 
two times 
t'.vo times 
three times 



36 



2lt-31 IIENE ISOPEL ELLIOTT b 11-17-1897. Da. of Edvrard C, 
(James B,, James H,, Adin, Joseph) and De Etta Soule 



m 



I92J4, Robert Jones 



30 



3U 



2ii-31 Ruth Jones b 192- d 

2li-32 llE/VL lOTlHG ELLIOTT b ii- 1-1899 in Greene. N.Y. Son of 30 

Edv/ard G, (Janes E,, Jair.es II., Adin, Joseph) and Grace Sen- 
car. They lived in Y/illett, N.Y. from April 1935 to April 
19iiO, then moved back to Gnsene. 

Dora says he and all his brothers vrere around 5' 8" tall, 

m 10- 6-1923, Dora A. Horton. b 9- 6-I9O7 in Lisle, N.Y. 

2h-l6 Donald Lerds Elliott b 2- 9-1925 d 37 

2L-l!6 Einma Jean Elliott b 5-31-1927 d 37 

2l!-ii7 Edward Irving Elliott b 9-13-1932 d 37 

2lj-Ij8 Harold Robert Elliott b 3- 6-1935 d 38 

Kenneth Heal Elliott b 1-29-1937 d 2-16-1910 

Killed in an auto accident, Bu. in Greene, N.Y. 

21-119 Charleno Ann Elliott b 10- U-19ii8 d 38 

2i;-33 IIUGK BURTON ELLIOTT b 11- 8-1 903 in Greene. N.Y. Son of 30 

EdvTard C. (Janes B., James H., Adin, Joseph) and Grace Sen- 
ear, 

m 6-30-1926, Mta Marian Eggleston 

2ii-i;0 iiancy Karian Elliott b 10- 2-1927 d 38 

2[t-5l Barbara Jane Elliott b 8-3I-I93O d 38 

2li-3h HAROLD GEORGE ELLIOTT b 11-21-1905. Son of Edward C. 30 

(James E., Janes I!., Adin, Joseph) and Grace Senear. 

n 10- 8-1927, Esther II, liuTravrs. b 10- 6-1 9O9 in John- 
son City, N.Y. Da. of John S. Burro^^^s (b IO-23-I879. 
d 1-15-1961) and Nina L. 3tev;ard (b 2-21-1881) 

Harold J. Elliott b 3- 7-1 930 d 

Bom in Nev; ^Oelhi, i:.Y. Moved to Castle Rock, Colo. 
Has two sons raiserJ by divorced vrife. Remarried 
2I1-52 Joan Ii. Elliott b 11-23-1937 d ' 39 

2l:-35 HOPE ELOICE ELLIOTT b 8- S^1911 in Binghamton. Da. of S. 31 

I'lason (Adin U., James H., Adin, Joseph) and Clara Bardo. 
They lived in Hamnondsport , N.Y. 

n IO-3O-I9U8 in Binghamton, N.Y., Joseoh John Forest 
b 5-22-1898 in St. Louis, Mo. d li- -i960. 

Joseph Llason Forest b 1-10-1951 d 



35 



2ii-36 XENIA ELLIOTT b 8-23-1899. Da. of J>t7ron (Seymour C,, 31 

James H., Adin, Joseph) and Martha Smith. 

m(l) Betty Fletcher. Div. 
m(2) 

Phyllis Elliott b d 

Grace Elliott b d 

Son b d 

2li-37 LORENIJA LORELLA ELLIOTT b 6-27-190b. Da. of F. Ljmn 31 

(Seymour C, James H., Adin, Joseph) and Llitta M, Ellis 

m(l) 8-20-1920, Ittai Carpenter 

m(2) Neal Mandeville 

m(3) h- -1955, Lester Carpenter. b 3-25-18 9U 

2i4-53 Floyd W. Carpenter b 5-17-1921 d 39 

2ii-5l4 James P. Carpenter b 6-30-1922 d 39 

2ij-38 VERGIE VIOU ELLIOTT b 1-30-1909. d 11-29-197-. Da. 31 

of F. Lynn (Seymour C, James H, Adin, Joseph) and Lillian 
L. Austin 

ra(l) 7-17-1927, Hmvard Kempton 

m(2) Ed-ward Counihan. d 11-13-1937 

m(3) I9U9, V/illiam McKeiinen, d 1950 in an auto accident. 

HoT/ard Kempton b U-2ii-1928 d 11- 5-19^ 

2U-55 Aurilla me Counihan b 5-27-1933 d 39 

2ii-56 Frank lynn Counihan b 7-12-1936 d UO 

2ii-39 F RAM ELLIS ELLIOTT b 5-26-1916. Son of F. L^oin (Seymour 31 
C, James H», Adin, Joseph) and Lillian L. Austin 
Frank is a farmer but works, as does his 7/ife, in a factory 
in Binghamton, 

m 12-22-19l;5, Catherine Jlary Tliller. b 11-17-1927. Da. of 
Joseph and Evelyn (Daniels) lliller. 

2I1-57 Mary Louise Elliott b 5- 8-I9U8 d i;0 

Rose Evelyn Elliott b 8-11^-1950 d 
Beauty operator 

2I1-58 Laura Lillian Elliott b 8-U-1950 d 1^0 

2ij-59 Joyce Elizabeth Elliott b i|-i2-1953 d I^O 

Nancy Catherine Elliott b 10-22-1956 d 



36 



2l4-UO BUEL i-^ESLEY BAKER b 3- ii-lB99. ' d 11- U-19U9. Son of 31 

Alice II. Babcock (llary A, Elliott, James H., Adin, Joseph) 
and Hajnnond Baker. 

m Mary Hotchkiss of Lawrenceville, N.Y. 

Jane Baker b d 

Alice Baker b d 

Buel 1.7esley Baker Jr. b d 

2h-hl BARBARA ELLIOTT b 2- 5-1921;. Da. of Benton E, (Hugh C,, 
James B., James H., Adin, Joseph) and Ethel Monell 

m 10-23-1 9ia, Richard Tait, Baptist minister, b 7-12- 
192-. 



Gary Tait 


b 


9-IU-I9I;- 


d 


Larrj^ Tait 


b 


9-2U-19ii- 


d 


Benton Tait 


b 


10-27-19ii- 


d 


Virginia Tait 


b 


12- S-19h- 


d 


Timothy Tait 


b 


1- 2-195- 


d 


Andrew Tait 


b 


11-21-195- 


d 



2U-li2 DOROTKY Y,EBB b 1-22-1920. Da. of Mable L, Elliott (Hugh 32 

C, James B,, James H., Adin, Joseph) and Howard B. YIebb 

m 10-13-1937, Donald Gibbons. b lj-23-191-. Son of 
ITells and Violet ( — ) Gibbons 

Carl Gibbons b 1- l|-19la d 

Ivlark Gibbons b 3-29-1952 d 

« 

21;-1j3 LLOYD BRADLEY COLE b 3- 9-1930. Son of Mary L. Elliott 32 

(Hugh C, James E., James II., Adin, Joseph) and Earl L. 
Cole, IBM Engineer, Rochester, N.Y. 

m Betty Jean Eldredge. b 6-2ii-1930 

Brenda lynn Cole b 8-15-1956 d 

Brian Earl Cole b 6- 5-1959 d 

2h~hh HARCELU ELLIOTT b 9-15-1928, Da. of Floyd S. (Edward C., 33 
James B., James H., Adin, Joseph) and Ann Topel 

Teacher at Cato Meridian Central School since I963, 



37 



2h-hh m 8-11-1950, Ralph Ilawker. b 8-l?-192l4. Worked at 
Carrier Corp., Syracuse, N.Y., since 19[i8, 

2U-6O Marilyn Rose Hav/ker b 10- 9-1953 d lO 

Beverly Hawker b 10-2li-195U d 

U.S. Airforce in Japan until June 1975, then was 
stationed in Neiw Mexico. 

2li-U5 DONALD LE17IS ELLIOTT b 2- 9-1925 in Greene, N.Y. Son of 3h 

Neal I. (Edvfard C,, James B., James H., Adin, Joseph) and 
Dora Horton, Plu'±ier by trade. 

m 6-ll4-19li7, Lois Vfright. b 2- 2-1930 iji Greene, M.Y. 
Da. of Leland V!richt. 

2lj-6l Kenneth Lewis Elliott b 3-22-19U8 d UO 

2ii-62 Gary Alan Elliott b 11- 9-1950 d la 

2ii-l46 EirA JEAN ELLIOTT b 5-31-192?. Da. of Neal I. (Edward C, 3I4 
James B., James H., Adin, Joseph) and Dora Horton. 

m 7-26-19ii5, Harry J. Cooper. b 8-25-1925. Son of 

Richard and Rita ( — ) Cooper. Since I963, reside in Neivark, 
California. 





John Lee Cooper 


b 


14-26-19148 


d 


1C^19-1953 






of leukemia. 












2J4-63 


Diane Michelle Cooper 


b 


6- 8-1950 


d 




la 


2h-6U 


Shirley Ann Cooper 


b 


^26-1953 


d 




la 




Julie Marie Cooper 


b 


a-3 0-1955 


d 








Nancy Jean Cooper 


b 


11- 1-1957 


d 








Alan Scott Cooper 


b 


8-25-1962 


d 








Brian David Cooper 


b 


10-2l;-1965 


d 







2i4-li7 EDl^^ARD IRVING ELLIOTT (NED) b 9-13-1932 in Greene, N.Y. 3ll 

Son of Neal I. (Edward C, James B,, James H., Adin, Jos- 
eph) and Dora Horton. 

Ned graduated from Vestal High School and works for 
Endicott-Johnson Shoe Company. 

m(l) 1951, Donna Reynolds. Div. 

m(2) 6-29-1957 in Endicott, N.Y., Ethel Louise Morden. 
b 12-12-1939 in Johnson City, N.Y. Da. of Harry 
Morden. Ethel works for Endicott-Johnson Shoe Co. 

Edvrard I. Elliott b 1952. Adopted to 

Ronald Younglove of Casanovia, New York. 



38 



2U-ij7 Ann I.'arle Elliott b 10-21-1958 in Johnson City 

Bonnita I^jtui Elliott b 9-23-1963 in Johnson City. 

2U-I18 HAROLD RQBERT ELLIOTT' b 3- 6-1935 in Greene i N.T. Son of 3U 
Neal I. (Edward C, James B., James H., Adin, Joseph) and 
Dora Horton 

m(l) 8-19-1955 at Johnson City, N.T., Shirley Kipp 

b 8-26-1937, Da. of Mrs. Florence Price but raised 
by her grandmother Price. Div. I966 

m(2) 1969, Mary Grant. Div. 1973 

m(3) 5- 1-1 97U, Beth Lamarue 

Christine Elliott b 7-17-1956 d 

m 197ii, Steve (— ) 

Sherry Jean Elliott b 12- 6-1957 d 

Harold Robert Jr. b 1- 3-1961 d 

2h-h9 CHARLEIME AM ELLIOTT (SUSIE) b 10- 1;-I9ii8 in Greene, N.Y. 3h 
Da, of Neal I. (Edvra.rd C, James B., James H., Adin, Joseph) 
and Dora Horton. 

m 8-13-1966 at N. Fenton Church, James Bums 
b 7-27-19iii in Greenfield, Massachusetts 

Amy Louella Bums b 8-lh-1968 d 

Lisa llarie Bums b 1-29-1970 d 

Nicole Bums b 6-29-1972 d 

2a-50 NANCY MRIAN ELLIOTT b 10- 2-192?, Da. of Hugh B. (Ed- 3k 

ward C, James B,, James H,, Adin, Joseph) and Alta Eggles- 
ton. 

m 12-1 9-1 9ii3, Donald Irvin Anderson 

2I4-65 Linda Lfeie Anderson b 6- 3-I9U4. d kl 

2h-66 Dale Hugh Anderson b 12- 5-1 9U6 d Ixl 

2ii-67 Richard Anderson b ii-lU-19U8 d U2 

2lj-68 Gloria Jean Anderson b 1- 2-1952 d 1;2 

2ii-5l BARBARA JEAN ELLIOTT b 8-31-1930. Da, of Hugh B. (Ed- 3U 

ward C, James B., James H., Adin, Joseph) and Alta Egg- 
leston 



m 



9-16-1951, Roger Ernest Parey 



39 



2ii-5l 2h-69 Gerald Emest Parey b 3- li-1953 d 1,2 

Douglas Allen Parey b 2- 2-1955 d 

Byron Parey b 11-26-1 9? 8 d 

Brenda Sue Parey b 2-27-196? d 

2l;-52 JOAN M. ELLIOTT b ii-23-1937. Da. of Harold G, (Edward jh 

C, Jaimes B,, Jajnes H., Adin, Joseph) and Esther H, Bu]>- 
rows. 

m lO-lli-1956, Richard P. Crandall. b 12-12-1936 in 

Leonardville, N.Y, Son of Paul A. Crandall (b 8-17-1 90U 

d. 7-16-1970) and Irene E. Roberts (b 7- 2-1916 in T/ill- 
ieunstown, N.Y.) 

Elizabeth I. Crandall b U-22-1960 Nevr Berlin, M.Y. 
Stephen H. Crandall b 2-17-1963 Utica, N.Y. 

Catherine E, Crandall b 7-20-196ii Utica 

2li-53 FLOYD IT. CARPENTER b' 5-17-1921. Son of Lorenna L. Elliott 2h 
(F. Lynn, Seymour C, James H., Adin, Joseph) and Ittai Car- 
penter. 

m Margaret Barnes of Bennettside, N.Y. 

They had ten or tvrelve children. 



2h~5h JAMES P. CARPENTER b 6-30-1922. Son of Lorenna L. 3k 

(F, Lynn, Seymour C, James H., Adin, Joseph) and Ittai Ca]>- 
penter. 

m 12- 6-1953, Hulda Anderson. b 1-29-1935. 

Betty Ilae Carpenter b d 

Sharon Carpenter b 3-11-1951 adopted 

Olive Carpenter b 10-2h-195ii d 

Ityma Carpenter b 14-27-1955 d 

Three more children but names not given. 

2I4-55 AURILLA MAE COUiraiAN b 5-27-1933. Da. of Vergie Elliott 35 

(F. Lynn, SejTnour C, Jeimes H., Adin, Joseph) and Edward 
Coimihan. 

m(l) William Sullivan 
m(2) Richard Anthony 

Gale Sullivan b 1- -l<^i]8 step-daufhter 

Ricky Anthony b 12-17-1955 d 



Uc 



2ii-55 Karen Lynn Anthony b 10- >1957 d 

Boy b 19$9 d 

2U-56 FRANK LYNN COUNIHAN b 7-12-1936. Son of Vergie Elliott 35 

(F. Lynn, Seymour C, James H., Adin, Joseph) and Edirard 
Coiaiihan, 

m Catherine ( — ) 

Girl b 1959 

21a-57 MARY LOUISE ELLIOTT ' b 5- 8-I9U8 in Greene, NiY. Da. of 35 

Frank E. (F, Lynn, Seymour C, James H., Adin, Joseph) and 
Catherine Miller. 

m Norman Gleason, They live in Norwich, N.T. 

Norman Gleason Jr. b 7- -1970 d 

Lomielle Augustia b 12- 2-1975 d 

2U-58 LAURA LILLIAN ELLIOTT b 8-ll;-1950 ten minvrtes after her 35 

twin was bom. Da. of Frank E. (F, Lynn, Seymour C, 
James H., Adin, Joseph) and Catherine Miller, 

m Steven Lizotte of Kentucky, They live in Kentucky. 

2I4.-59 JOYCE ELIZABETH ELLIOTT b it-12-1953 in Greene, N.Y. Da. 35 

of Frank E. (F. Lynn, Seymour C, James H., Adin, Joseph) 
cind Catherine I=Iiller, 

ra 10-17-1971, Gary Hackett of Norwich, N.T. They live in 
Norwich. 

2h-60 MARILYN ROSE HAWKER b 10- ' 9-1953 in Syracuse, N.T. Da. of 37 
)J!arcella Elliott (Floyd S,, Edward C, James B., James H., 
Adin, Joseph) and Ralph Hawker. Mairilyn works at W, T# 
Grants in Baldwinsville , N.Y. where they live. 

m 10- 5-I97U, Joseph Catalano. b 3-21-I951 in Baldwins- 
ville. He works for Mid-State Construction Co., Syracuse, 
New Yoric. 

2li-6l KENNETH LEIVIS ELLIOTT b 3-22-1 9U8. Son of Donald L. 37 

(Neal I,, Edward C. , James B., James H., Adin, Joseph) and 
Lois Wright. 



la 



2I4-61 m 1968 in Greene, N.Y. , Carol Howe, v/idov/ with child 
whom Ken adopted. b 2-13-1 9Ufi in Vernon, N.Y. 

Debbie Elliott b I967 adopted 

Tanya Elliott b 8-22-1971 I-t^rtle Beach, S.C. 

2ii-62 GAIIY AUN ELLIOTT b 11- 9-1950. Son of Donald L. (Neal, 37 

Edward C, James B,, Janes H., Adin, Joseph) and Lois 
Vfright, They live in Nor/dch, N.Y, 

m 8-13-1973 at Sherburne, N.Y., I,5argaret Runyon 

Brendon Runyon Elliott b 5-2ii-1975 d 

2I4-63 DIAl^IE MICHELLE COOPER b 6- 8-19^0. Da. of Emma (Neal I., 37 
Edward C, James B., James H., Adin, Joseph) and Harrj'' J, 
Cooper 

m 8-114-1968 in Greene, N.Y., Paul Llartzheim. 
b IO-I7-I9U8. 

Jason Paul T.Iartzheim b 10- 1-1970 d 
Kristofer Martzheim b 12-1U-1973 d 

2i;-61; SHIRLEY ANN COOPER b 6-26-1953. Da. of Emma (Neal I., 37 

Edward C, James B., James H., Adin, Joseph) and Harry J. 
Cooper. 

m 9-II4-I97I in Greene, N.Y., Donald Harrington, 
b 6- 1^-1951 

2ii-65 LUTOA I.1AE ANDERSON b 6- 3-19U;. Da. of Nancy I.!. Elliott 38 

(Hugh B,, Edward C, James B., James H., Adin, Joseph) and 
Donald Anderson. 

m 7-lii-1962, Christopher Burke Jr. 

Ilartin Scott Burke b 5-15-1963 d 

Jonathan Allen Burke b 10-27-1967 d 
Another child b d 

2li-66 DALE HUGH ANDERSON b 12- 5-19^6. Son of Nancy !'. Elliott 38 
(Hugh B., Edv;ard C, James B., James H. , Adin, Joseph) and 
Donald Anderson. 



U2 



2U-66 m Floret ta (—) 

Sha-wn Anderson b 11- 6-1972 d 

Billie Anderson b 11- 9-197U d 

2I4-67 RICHARD ANDEISCN b I4-IU-I9I18. Son of Nancy M, Elliott 38 

(Hugh B,, Edward C, James B. , James H., Adin, Joseph) 
and Donald I, Anderson. 

m 11-15-1969, Maureen Curtis 

Richie Curtis Anderson b 8-19-1970 d 
Rebecca Sue Anderson b 8-19-1971 d 
Carl S. Andersen b i;-26-197lj d 

2U-68 GLORIA JEAN ANDERSON b 1- 2-1952. Da. of Nancy M. Elliott 38 
(Hugh B., Edward C, James B., Jaimes H., Adin, Joseph) and 
Donald I, Anderson. 

m 6- 5-1971, Thomas Borst. 

Randall Scott Borst b 12- 2-1971 d 



2I1-69 GERALD EHIEST PAREY b 3- i;-l953. Son of Barbara J. Elliott 
(Hugh B., Edward C, James B., James H., Adin, Joseph) and 
Roger E. Parey. 

m 1-22-1972, Debra Gale 

Gerald Emest Parey Jr. b i;-10-1972 d 



39 



U3 



DESIRE ELLIOT b I76- in Mystic, Connecticut- d in !.'assa- 15 

chuisetts. Da. of Joseph and Desire (Buri'ov.'s) Elliot. 

n(l) 3-18-1781 (int. 3- 3-1781) by Rev. Roger NeTrton at Green- 
field, Mass., John Wells, bp ii-25-1756 in Deerfield, I,lass. 
Son of Jonathan and Abigail (Dickinson) V.'ells. See family at 
end of book. 223 

Called "Bottle John" during earlj' days of Ptevolutionary 
"i7ar for his action of encircling British soldiers and hold- 
ing them until patriots arrived. Some of the service attrib- 
uted to him was performed by another John Veils. 

In llQUf John and his wife moved from Springfield, Vt,, 
to Leyden, liass . 

m(2) uTiipple 



3- 1 



Horace V.'ells 






b 


1785 


d 




m 11-16-1806, 


Cynthia 


Kendall. 


Da. 


of 


Luke Kendall 


Martha V/ells 






b 




d 




m George 


Houghton 










John Wells 






b 




d 




r^eorge Wells 






b 




d 


1816 


Sophia V.'ells 






b 




d 




Edward Yfells 






b 




d 




Joseph V/ells 






b 




d 




Mary Ordelia ' 


Veils 




b 




d 


8-16-1886 


Pebecca YJells 






b 




d 





3-1 



mm ORDELIA VJELIS d 8-16-I886 suddenly. Da. of Desire 
Elliot (Joseph) and John Wells. 



13 



k3 



m 1-18-I6i4it, Horace Williams. b I616. 
Mi 11 River, Mass. 



d 12- 6-1855 in 



3- 2 Frances Lucinda Williams 



3- 1-131j5 d 



3-2 



FRANCES LUCINDA LILLMMS b 3- l-l8b5. Da. of I'Avy 0. Wells 
(Desire Elliot, Joseph) and Horace V/illiams . 



Ii3 

1^3 



m 



2- -IP67, Charles King of Michigan. b 7-2U-18U8. 



hh 



h HOPESTHL ELLIOT b I76- in Mystic, Connecticvrt . Da. of Jos- l5 
eph and Desire Burrows. 

m Daniel lamphere. 

Elliott Lamphere b 1790-1800 d - 

In the 1830 U.S. Census for Greene, Chenango Co., New York 
his irdfe age 20-30 

1 male age 5-10 

1 female age 5-10 

1 male age O 5 



Ii5 



THOrAS ELLIOT b 9-11-1766 in I.ystic, Connecticut. 

d 1-11-1851 in XI, Almond, Allegheny Co., N.Y. Son of Joseph 
and Desire (Burrows) Elliot 



m 



Kaussiah Dury, b I769 in Connecticut 



15 



5- 1 


Adin Elliott 




b 


12- 5-1800 


d 


3-1(^1869 


1;6 




Thomas Elliot 




b 


12- 5-1800 


d 








Horris pmiot 




b 




d 








Fanny Elliot 




b 




d 








Liddy Elliot 




b 




d 








Lizzy Elliot 




b 




d 








V/miam H. Elliot 


b 




d 






5- 2 


Isrel (Israel) 
Kirrey Elliot 


Elliot 


b 
b 


ca. 1810 


d 
d 




101 


5- 3 


George riilliam Elliot 


b 


2-22-1817 


d 


6-2li-i906 


108 




Jesse Elliot 




b 




d 








Hannah Elliot 




b 




d 







Thomas Elliot, raised in Leyden, Massachusetts, apparently 
did not marry Kaussiah there although it is possible he did 
marry before he arrived in Chenango County, New York, v^here he 
first appeared in records in 1792-5. 

He located along the Chenango Road (see Adin), Greene, N.Y. , 
next to his brothers, Joab and Adin. In the I8OO U.S. Census 
for Chenango County he had in addition to himself and T;i_fe, 3 
males and 1 female aged 0-10. In the I83O U.S. Census for 
Greene, N.Y. , Thomas Elliot, located in the same order in rela- 
tion to Adin and Joab, had 1 male aged 10-15 and 1 male aged 
20-30, but no females. It nay be that the children of Thomas 
and Kaussiah listed in the Bible vrere not in consecutive order 
by birthdates . 

In the History of Allegheny Co. , V/. Almond, N.Y., it said 
Ittai and Thomas arrived there in 1826 but Thomas moved there 
after the I83O Census was taken. He was in the 1850 U.S. Cen- 
sus for Allegheny Co., V/. Almond, on a farm next to that of his 
son, George V'm. Elliot. 

For several months after June I88O, Lazarus Elliot mentioned 
in his diarj'' "Uncle Thomas" Elliott. No record Vi'as found of him 
in vital statistics or census records for Lenavree or Hillsdale 
Counties although the latter were too indistinct to read, but 
it is reasonable to assume he lived near enough to make fre- 
quent visits easily. 



ff>^M^«>•*^ffv^^*^) «"%4>^^ 



k6 



5-1 ADDI ELLIOT (ELLIOTT after l833) b 12- 5-1800 in Greene, ' 
Chenango Co., N.Y, d 3-IO-I869 in Seneca, Lenawee County, 
Fdchigan, of gravel. Bu, in Sand Creek Cem. Son of Thomas 
(Joseph) and Kaussiah Dury. 

m Phoebe Griffith. b 9-l6-l80li in Delaware Co., New York, 
d 6-22-1867 in Seneca, Michigan, of poison. Da. of Lazarus 
and Elizabeth Eliger (da. of a Revolutionary "War soldier.) 

The Griffith "tall trait" added to the relatively short 
trait of the Elliotts resulted in tall descendants. 

Emelyne Elliot b l82ii d infancy 

51- 1 Burriett Elliot b 7-12-1826 d 1-26-1858 

51- 2 Delilah Elliot b 8-22-1828 d I913 

Levds Elliot b l|-28-l831 d 9- 7-18U5 

Lazarus Griffith Elliott b 10- 2-1833 d >26-l888 

Paul Spaulding Elliott b 7-26-1836 d 10- 6-I907 

Hannah Elliott (Han) b 6-26-1839 d 

Almira Elliott (M) b 5-26-181^1 d 

John Henry Elliott b 11- 7-I8U9 d 






51- 3 
51- I 
51- 5 
51- 6 
51- 7 




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12-25-1921 
3-21-1922 

Chemung became a county from Tioga Territory 3-29-1826". 
Veteran was incorporated as a town in 1826, the center of an 
agricultural area, 13 miles southeast of Elmira in the tovmship 
of Veteran, Chemung County, New York. 

Adin lived on a 6 acre farm, ovmed 6 neat cattle, 17 yards 
of flannel and other cloth, manufactured, and 25 yards of lin- 
en, cotton, etc., manufactured, according to the 1825 N.Y. Cen- 
sus for Chemung Co., Veteran Town. The farm was separated from 
that of Lazarus Griffith's by the fam of Horace Elliot but it 
IS not knovm if he and Adin were brothers. 

In 1833, Adin and Lazarus Griffith went to Michigan to home- 
stead. Adin had a government grant of 80 acres* W 1/2 of the 
SE lA of Section 3. T 8 S, R 3 E in Fairfield'Twp., Lenawee 
County, dated 8- 5-1833 and later Adin bought the adjoining 
uO acres, "^ ^ 

He cleared enough land to build a cabin and then went to 
Detroit to meet his family which had come from Buffalo by river- 
boat. Lazarus ^vas bom during a violent storm on Lake Erie 
three days out of Detroit. Adin took his family by covered'wag- 
on to their new home. He moved to Seneca in 1851 

Adin added another "t" to the name because the Post' Office 
repeatedly mixed their mail with that of other Elliots, not re- 
lated, who lived in Lena^vee County, ffichigan. 



hi 
hi 

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72 

98 
98 
99 



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51-1 BUILRIETT ELLIOTT (BURR) b 7-12-1826 in Veteran, Chemung I46 
Co., N.Y, d 1-26-1858 in Lenavree Co., ^achigan. Bu. in 
Sand Creek Cen. Son of Adin (Thomas, Joseph) and Phoebe 
Griffith. 

V/e weep because vre think of you 
Yfho in this tomb doth lie 
Y/hy did his course 30 quickly run 
V.TTy doomed so soon to dye. 

Tombstone inscription 

m Permelia Stephenson 

Delilah Elliott b d 

Burr was a trailblazer in ?Q.chigan. He cr\-med several par- 
cels of land in Elba T^vp. in Gratiot and Clinton Counties, 
Ilichigan . 

The story told by Elliotts and Shellenbargers about the 
name Buir coning from' Aaron Burr must be a joke. There v.-as 
an Aaron Burr Elliott, son of IVilliam (Abisha, Joseph) but 
there v;as no connection virith the Bvirr family T.'hich is fully 
documented. Aaron Burr by Nathan Schachner, 1937. 



51-2 DELILAH ELLIOTT b 8-22-1828 in Veteran, Chemung Co,, N.Y. hS 
d 1913 in Lenawee Co., I!ich, Da. of Adin (Thomas, Joseph) 
and Phoebe Griffith. 

Delilah vi&s a tall v;oman. She \ra.s a member of the U.B. 
Ch-urch of Morenci. 

m 6-16-1 8i.U, Daniel B. Partridge. b 12- 7-1818 in Orleans 
Co., N.Y. He moved to Adrian in I838. d 3-13-1908 at the 
home of Lottie in Lenawee Co., ITlch. Son of George and 
Sarah ( — ) Partridge. 

512- 1 Lottie Partridge 
512- 2 I.Iary Ann Partridge 
512- 3 Edvra.rd Partridge 
Child 



b 


181^5 d 


U8 


b 


18U- d 


U8 


b 


I8i4- d 


U8 


b 


181^- d yo\ing 





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512-1 LOTTIE PARTRIDGE b l8i45 in Lenawee Co., Mich, Da. of hi 

Delilah Elliott (Adin, Thomas, Joseph) and Dan Partridge. 

m(l) William Devrey Hagar. (Said to have been named for Adm. 
George Dewey 1837-1917. in(l) I867 Susie Boardman 
Goodwin. m(2) 11- 9-1899 lilildred (McLean) Hazen, 
Y/m, D, Hagar was too near the Admiral's age to be named 
after him. ) 

m(2) Many times. Lottie vias a cook in lumber camps, 

512- h George Milo Hagar b I86- d 11-15-1916 hB 

512-2 MARY ANN PARTRIDGE b l8lj-. Da. of Delilah Elliott (Adin, hi 
Thomas, Joseph) and Dan Partridge. She lived in Alvordton, 
Ohio. 

m(l) Conklin 

m(2) 

m(3) George IT, Howard 

m Many times, 

512- 5 George W. Howard b I876 d k? 

512- 6 Lola Howard b d 1^9 

512-3 EDWARD PARTRIDca: b 181;- in Seneca, Mich, d in State U7 

Prison. Son of Delilah Elliott (Adin, Thomas, Joseph) and 
Dan Partridge. 

512- 7 Vemey Partridge b d k9 

512-U GEORGE fflLO HAGAR b 1861; in a lumber camp at Tawas where hi 

Lottie was camp cook, d 11-15-1916 in a buzzsan- accident 
at home. Bu. in Waldron Cem., Lenawee Co., Mich. Son of 
Lottie Partridge (Delilah Elliott, Adin, Thomas, Joseph) 
and Vfa. D. Hagar. They lived near Prattville, Mich. 

m 12- 1-1886 in Vassar, Mich., Lizzie Jane Doane 

b 9-16-1869 in Crown Pointe Center, N.T. d 5- I;-1956 in 
Dover Twp., Lenawee Co., Mich. Bu. in V^aldron Cem. Da. of 
Augustus and Mary Jane (Brazee) Doane. They moved to Vassar 
from New York, 

m(2) 5- -1921, Charles Porter. They did not live long 
together. 

512- 3 TTilliam Dewey Hagar b 3- 3-1888 d 5-25-1939 Ii9 



U9 



512-U 512- 9 Voy Graceline Hagar b 10-3 0-18 92 d 7-10-1958 l9 

512-10 George Dewey Hagar b 7-12-1905 d 50 

512-5 GEORGE W. HOWARD b I876. Son of Mary A. Partridge U8 

(Delilah Elliott, Adin, Thomas, Joseph) and George Hovrard. 

m 8-27-190ii in Rome, tlich., Louise Shrader. b 1885 in 
Onsted, Mich. Da, of Augiist and Henrietta (Black) 
Shrader. 

Ellsworth Howard b 3- -1908 d 

512-6 LOLA H0V;ARD Da. of Mary A. Partridge (Delilah Elliott, 1*8 

Adin, Thomas, Joseph) and George Howard. 

m Bettz of Prattville, Mich, 

Gerald Bettz b d 

Norman Bettz b d 

512-7 VERIEY PARTRIDGE Son of Edward Partridge (Delilah Elliott, U8 

Adin, Thomas, Joseph) He lived in Harville, Mo,, in I9O8. 

Vemey Partridge b d 

512-11 Pearl Partridge b d 50 

Ely Partridge b d 

512-8 WILLIAM DEWEY HAGAR b 3- 3-1888, d 5-25-1939. Bu. in IS 

Tfaldron Gem, Son of George Milo Hagar (Lottie Partridge, 
Delilah Elliott, Adin, Thomas, Joseph) and Lizzie Doane. 

He was a farmer in Prattville, Mich. At a family gather- 
ing there were 13 at dinner and Bill did not want to sit 
down but finally was persuaded and shortly after that the 
boy died, so one of the family said. 

m 11- 2-I91I1 in Adrian, Mich. , Gertrude E, Bryan of Onsted, 
b 11- l-l89h in Salina, Ohio. Da. of R, F. Bryan and 
Susie Mutherspaugh, 

Robert Dewey Hagar b ^15-I9l6 d S^21-19l6 

Bu. in Vlaldron Gem, 

512-9 VOY GRACELUtE HAGAR b 10-30-1892 in a log cabin in Au Gres h? 
d 7-10-1958 in Clayton, Mich. Bu. in T/aldron Gem. Da. of 
George M. (Lottie Partridge, Delilah Elliott, Adin, Thoraas, 
Joseph) and Lizzie Doane. They lived near Adrian, Mich, 



50 



512-9 m 5-26-1921, Vem Hinsdale. He remarried after her death, 

512-10 GEORGE DEWEY HAGAR b 7-12-1905 in Adrian, Mich, Son of ii9 

George LI. (Lottie Partridge, Delilah Elliott, Adin, Thomas, 
Joseph) and Lizzie Doane, 

He was a farmer, laborer and plater and -was foreman at 
Stems Manufacturing Co., Adrian, Mich, 

m(l) 2-23-1925 in Adrian, midred Malzahn. b 1905 in 
Adrian, Da, of John and Ida (Biargess) Malzahn 

m(2) 8- 3-19h$ in Adrian, Betty Marie (Agnew) Kenbright 
b 1926, Da. of Bryan and Opal (Nevins) Agnew. 

512-12 George Derrey Hagar b 5-15-1926 d 50 

512-13 William Detvey Hagar b U-13-I9l;7 d 50 

Pamela Diana Hagar b 6-l6-195li d 

Patricia Ann Hagar b li-l8-1957 d 

512-11 PEARL G, PARTRIDGE b Harville, Mo, Son of Vemey (Ed- U9 

ward Partridge, Delilah Elliott, Adin, Thomas, Joseph) 

m Rachel Anderson 

512-II1 Yifilliam I, Partridge b I909 d 51 

512-12 GEORGE DEWEY HAGAR b 5-15-1926 in Adrian, Mich, Seal of 50 

George D. (George M. Hagar, Lottie Partridge, Delilah 
Elliott, Adin, Thomas, Joseph) and Mildred Malzaha. 
He is a plater, 

m 9-28-19ii7 in Raisin Center, Mich., Tern Darlene Agnew. 
b 1930. Da. of Byron and Opal (Nevins) Agnew 
m(2) 1-20-1950, Leroy V. Sharp. b I929. Farmer. 
Son of Vem and Agnes (Lee) Sharp. 

Joseph Michael Hagar b 11-21-191^8 d 

512-13 WILLIAM DEfl/EY HAGAR b li-13-19U7 in Adrian, Mich. Son 50 

George D. (George M, Hagar, Lottie Partridge, Delilah 
Elliott, Adin, Thomas, Joseph) and Betty M. Agnew. 
William IS a tool room attendant. 



m 



mTJ^h'^^^h* 5^^^ ^^^ ^^"^y- ^ 2-17-1951 in Tipton, 
Mich. Da. of Elven E. and Betty (Vincent) Piercy. 



51 



5l2-lli WILLIAM I„ PARTRIDGE b I9O9 In Tecumseh, nach. Son of ^0 

Pearl G. (Vemey Partridge, Edward Partridge, Delilah 
Elliott, Adin, Thomas, Joseph) and Rachel Anderson. 
Factory worker. 

m 9-23-I9U7 in Britton, Mich,, Darlene J, Swlch. 
b 1929. Da, of Arthur and Nora (Meddock) Swich. 



51-3 UZARUS GRIFFITH ELLIOTT (Ladd) b 10- 2-1833 on Lake Erie U6 

three days out of Detroit, d 3-26-1888 in Sand Creek, Len- 
a-wee Co., Mich, Bu. in Sand Creek Cem. Son of Adin (Thomas, 
Joseph) and Phoebe Griffith. 

m 12-19-1861 by David Morey in Morenci, Michigan, 

Laura Adaresta Burtch (Addie) of Dover, Ohio, b S-lh-lShh 
in Guilford, N,Y. d 5-25-1938 in Sand Creek, Mich. Da. 
of Ezbon Burtch and Sophronia Root (d 8- 7-1851^ in Guilford, 
N.Y. Bu. Oxford. Sister to Joshua Root.) 20 

Addie came to Michigan in l85ii and ta\jght school long 
after she Tas married. She was tiny. 



513- 


1 


Ernest L. Elliott 


b 


I-28-I863 


d 


2-nJi-1905 


63 


513- 


2 


Burriett Adoniram 


b 


8-11-186 9 


d 


3-l>19li5 


63 


513- 


3 


Sarah Elfi^ (Elfra) 


b 


12- 7-1871 


d 


3- 5-18 9U 


63 






Adelfa Elliott 


b 


3-23-1873 


d 


6- 2-1873 








Freddie Elliott 


b 


9- 8-18 7U 


d 


10-20-13 7U 








Infant 


b 


8-15-1875 


d 


8-15-1875 




513- 


k 


Frank L, Elliott 


b 


h- 2-1876 


d 


2- 3-1958 


61; 


513- 


5 


George A, Elliott 


b 


10- 6-1878 


d 


6-12-1957 


6U 



Lazarus had a limited education in a log cabin school, one 
of the first who attended school under the Free Education Law 
passed in 181(2, He was a shingle maker and could make 2000 
a day, considered a feat. He was Constable, a member of the 
Disciples Chxirch and the Fruit Ridge Grange, He was a Repub- 
lican, politically. 

He owned 120 acres of homestead land and farmed 2l5 l/2 
acres in holdings. In the early days he made money from 
lumber. In 18 73, he was afflicted with paralysis and had 
tvro strokes later. Before that he had been very active. He 
kept a diary, exceipts of which are included as they throw 
some light on things in this book. 



FAMILY HISTORY LIBRARY 
0160743 35NORT: LE 

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DIARy of Lazarus Elliott 

Excerpts from the daily record kept by Lazarus Elliott 
presented here in three sections; each section pertinent 
to the families of Lazarus Elliott, George TOn. Elliott 
or Lazarus Griffith. Hovrever, in some instances, it was 
diffic\jlt to determine to which family a person belonged 
or if he belonged to another relative's family. 

It should be noted that Lazarus usually referred to his 
immediate family, his brothers and sisters by their given 
names and when writing of others used surnames. 



8-lli-l86ii 

1-25-1370 

11-2U-1872 

n-25-1872 

12-21-1872 

1-12-1873 

1-22-1373 
2-11-1873 
2-12-1873 
2-13-1873 

2-18-1873 

3-26-1873 

3-3CV.1373 
h- 2-18 73 
5-2I1-I873 
5-25-18 73 

7- 8-1873 
7-26-1873 
8-28-1873 
9- ^1873 
9- 7-1873 

1- 9-18 75 

2- 7-18 75 



Sun, Went to Moses Ayers' daughter's funeral at eleven 
0' clock, 

Tues. Mary Etta (wife of Perry Elliott) was here and made 
:ny vest. Spa\ilding's vd.fe was here, 

Sm. L. Elliott, Delilah and Llary Ann (Partridge) stayed 

overnight, 

Mon. Delilah went to Adrian. I sent $220,00 to Adriem by 

her, John (Tfaldon) and Hannah (Knapp) went to town. 

Sat. Eugene Knapp sta;^ed here overnight Tirith George Elliott 

S\m. Tfent to John Elliott's, Spaulding's folks irere there. 

I went to Aunt Sally's. 

Vfed. Eugene Knapp was here with Ed Partridge. 

Tues. Spaulding helped me cut wsCLnut trees all day. 

Wed. Drew out logs, Spaulding helped me, 

Thurs, Drevf out logs, Spaulding helped me. Eugene Knapp 

helped in the afternoon. 

Tues. I drew logs and v.as sick all day. 

Spaulding helped me. 

Wed. Went to Morenci. Paid John $6,00. 

Spaulding, 

S\m. John Elliott was here. 

Wed, Settled up with Hannah. 

Fri. Eugene Knapps were here. 

Sat. I and Eugene and Han and Adda went to Adrian. 

Han C2.00, 

Tues. Bought some chickens from Delilah. 

Sat. Letter from Han. 

Thurs, John Elliott and wife were here to supper. 

Sat. Spaulding's folks were here. 

Sun. Spaulding's folks went home. 

Sat, Adda and I went to Morenci to get some furniture. We 

took dinner at Dan and Delilah's. 

Sun, John Elliott and his wife were here. 



John Elliott and 
Rec'd $U.50 from 



Paid 



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niary 



con't. 



I hired r^jO.OO of him for 



3- 0-1875 Mon. I.!, A, Packard v/as here. 

SpaiO-ding. 
3-28-1875 Siin. Y;e v;ent to John Elliott's and found him pretty hard 

up. Payed John $20,80 for oats. 
3-3I-I875 Wed. I ivent to John's and carried him 1 bu, potatoes. 
h- 1-1875 Thurs. I went to John Elliott's in the forenoon. 
h- 3-1875 Sat, Sent Han ^>5.5C. 

ii-ll-1875 Sun. John Elliott was here after Dotatoes. 
U-21-1675 V/ed. Sent Spaulding $10.00. 
5-16-1875 Sun. John Elliott was here. 

9- 5-1876 Tues. Spaulding came here in the afternoon and payed me 
s^-53.13. 

10-12-1876 Thurs. Hear Grandpa went to Philadelphia to the Centennial. 

Grandna went as far as 'IJaverly then took the train to Deposit. 
On Sunday, Grandpa went to Deposit and stayed overnight, then 
went to the Bolt's in the morning. They stayed at Bolt's 
overnight and came home Tuesday. (?/ho these grandparents were 
is unknown. Both Thomas Elliott and Lazarus Griffith were 
dead. Adin, his father, died in I869.) 

II-I8-I876 Sat. I went to llorenci and got some money for Spaulding and 
sent it to him. 

9-23-1877 SiJin. We went to John's and Spaulding csune home with us at 
evening. 

9-2h-l877 I'on. Spaulding went to Weston in the morning, 

9-25-1877 Tues. I went to Adrian vrLth Spaulding. 

9-26-1877 Yfed. SpaivLr.ing helped me cut buckv/heat. 

9-28-1877 Fii, lf7e picked apples all day, Spaulding was here most 
of the time. He stayed here Thursday night and took dinner 
here and went home. 

9-3O-I877 Sun. Spavilding came here at eleven o'clock. 
10- 1-1877 Mon. John Elliott dug potatoes here. His wife and child- 
ren came with him. Spaulding started for home this morning. 
lC>-li;-l877 Sun. We went to John Elliott's, took some citrons and got 
two gallons vinegar, 

1-26-1878 Sat. Burriett died 20 years ago today, January 26, 1858. 

1-27-1878 Svin. I had a light stroke and had the doctor. 

5- 2-1878 Thurs. John Elliott's came here. Uncle George and Aunt went 

home to get Fanny to come here to vfork. 
9-27-1878 Fri. We got letters from Spavilding and Han about apples. 

3-30-1879 S\an. We went to Ohio to buy cows. We stayed at George 

Elliott's overnight. 
h- 2-1879 V/ed, Yfe took dinner at John Elliott's on way home from 

Ohio. William came home with us. 
ii-2?-l879 Tues. John Elliott helped me sow peas v/ith team. Lonny 

Elliott commenced work. 



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Diaiy con't. 
6-30-1879 
8-20-IO79 



.V.on, Delilah went to Hooks T.lills. 

her. They took sunper here. 

\';ed. Delilah's house burned last night. 



Will Elliott was with 



3- 7-1880 Sun. George Hagar was here. 

3-11-1880 Thurs. Dan Partridge filed ray saw and then went home. 

3-28-1880 Sun. George Hagar was here for dinner. 

3-29-1380 Mon, George Hagar was here after hams. 

U-25-1880 Sun. George, Dan and Delilah are here. Ernest took Dan 

and Delilah dovm to Saul's this morning. (Vaneita Constable 
thought it might be Saul Gilbo, related to Dan Partridge.) 

l;-26-l880 Mon, Dan Partridge did some grafting for me. 

6-10-1880 Thurs. Uncle Thomas (Elliott) came here after some potatoes 
for Uncle George. (This was probably a brother of Adin but 
census records , vital records, etc. did not show him.) 

h- 9-1881 Sat. We signed a Deed for Spaulding. 

6-2?-l88l Sat. Ed Partridge was here to get me to bail Edd Partridge 

out of jail. Ke was in for stealing wood. 

8- 7-1881 Svn. John Elliott and family came here. Uncle Green was 

here to dinner. (See Griffith section of Diary) 

8-21-1881 Sun. Went to Gilbo' s. V^e had a good time. Delilah came 
there, Mary Ann and Edd's wife. 

9- 9-I88I Fri. Uncle Thomas came here in the afternoon. 
9-12-1881 Hon. Uncle Thomas finished cutting com. 
9-17-1881 Sat. Uncle Thomas finished husking com. 
9-18-1881 S\m. I am sick today. Uncle Thomas is sick. 

11-27-1881 S\m. John Elliott was here and paid me tS3»00 on his note 
and gave me a new note for $80.00, 

10- 8-1882 Sim. Delilah and Sarah and George came here to visit. 

$- 3-1883 Thurs. Got a letter from Spaulding with a picture of himself 
and Sarah. 

6-30-1883 Sat, We got a letter from Adda's Uncle Joshua Root. He 
lives in New York state near Oxford. 

(Obit, but no dates: Joshua A. Root- 90 years of age. Resi- 
dent of village for about 60 years (name of village not given) 
died at his home on Albany St, in the early dawn Friday. Some 
UO years ago he was engaged in his grocery business in the cor- 
ner sto-re occupied by Podney and Freeman. Life long member 
of Baptist church. Ivlarried twice. No children but adopted 
daughter, Mrs. Derrick Race, with whom he lived. Funeral Sat.) 

9-29-1883 Sat, Emest went to Sand Greek to get Mrs. l&ndy Webster' s 
trunk. She is here on a visit and is quite lame, (Relative of 
Adda,) 
10- 2-1883 Tues, I am 50 years old today, I was bom on Lake Erie in 
a rough time and I have been rough in it ever since. I wrote 
a letter to Aunt Lottie. 



55 



Diary 



con' t. 



11- 5-1GC3 
11- 6-1883 

11- 7-1883 

11-13-1883 

Il-li4-l883 
11-15-1883 

11-16-1883 
11-29-1883 
11-30-1883 

12- 1-1883 
12- 3-1883 



12- a-l883 
12- 7-1883 



1- 6-188I4 

1- 7-l88ii 
l-28-l88ij 



5- 5-13 8i4 

6-28-l8r.U 
9- 8-188U 

9-13-18 8I4 



Mon. Spauldinn; Elliott and vrife came here at night. V.'e 
sat up till 10 o'clock. 

Tues. Spaulriing and vnLfe are here. Sarah is not very well. 
Spaulding went to V.'eston vath Ernest after a load of com. 
Wed. Sarah was sick last nipht and does not feel very well 
this morning. Spaulding and Sarah vrent to V.'eston with Ernest 
when he went after com and they thought they would go home. 
Tues. I got Elfra a dress and Spaulding' s girl a dress. 
They are just alike. 

Wed. Burty went to Delilah's after Spaulding and Sarah. 
Thurs. Adda, Spaulding, Sarah, George and Frank went to the 
Grange Hall to see the museum. Spaxjlding and wife went to 
Vfeston tonight. Ernest took them. 



Spaulding and wife start home this morning from V,'es- 
Harty Elliott came here this morning. 'Ve had two 



Fri. 

ton. 

Thurs . 

guineas and chicken for dinner. Thanksgiving Day 

Fri. Harty is here yet. Harty went to the Grange hall this 

morning with Ernest, He is going to J.!o]7enci before he goes 

back. 

Sat. T/e vrent to the Hall, Adda traded some. John, son and 

ivife were there from over east. 

Mon. Harty came here this forenoon. Delilah and Dan start 

for Maryland tomorrow. Ernest and Harty put up some wheat 

and put sawdust around the tank to keep it from freezing, 

Tues. Ernest and Harty went to cutting wood this morning. 

Fri. Burty, Elfra, Frank and George went to school, Harty 

says he never did milk and don't want to learn. Emest and 

Hart went up in the woods to pile up their yiood. Hart '.Tants 

to quit the job. Emest and Hart did not pile wood but went 

to Vfeston, Hart vrent to Morenci. 

Sun. I v;rote a letter to Spaulding today and left it for 
Adda to finish if she gets the time. 
Mon. I sent a letter to Spaulding this morning, 
:'.on. Burriett died 26 years ago today. He v/ould have been 
61 years, 6 months, and lli days ol '- if he had lived until nor:. 
Mother and Father were both living then when he died. 
Hon, Spaulding split 100 rails once vrLthin one hour. I 
made 3,355 shingles in one day. I used to split and shave 
2000 shingles a day, 

Fri. I v/rote a postal to Spaulding, one to Han auid one to 

Aunt Lottie yesterday. 

Mon. Burty went after Delilah this morning with the horse 
and buggj^. Delilah stayed until one o'clock, Burty took her 
to Saul's and she takes the cars at N, Morenci to go to Kan- 
sas this afternoon. 

Sat, Delilah has gone to Kansas. I never expect to see 
her again, Hannah is in Kansas and Almira is in Oregon, 



56 



Diarj'' con't, 

Spaulding is in Gratiot Co., Mich. John is staying on the 
old place, 

10- U-I88U Sat, I got a letter from John Elliott in Pennsylvania. 
He is a stranger to me; he wanted some apples. Shall not 
send any. 

10-ll-l88h Sat, Vfe got a letter from Delilah yesterday saying that she 
was vrell and liked Kansas very much and wanted us to come out 
there this fall but we can't go, 

10-l5_l881i Wed, Charley Elliott was here to get a job husking. He and 
Lon ai^ coming tomorrow to husk. Burty went to John's to see 
if we could get liary to help us. (Lfeiy's identity is unknown.) 

12-26-l88ij Fri. Old Curly George (Elliott) is up to Morenci and we ex- 
pect them down here soon. 

2-11-1866 Thurs, I wrote a letter to Almira. T/e got a letter from 

George Hagar. 
2-17-1886 Vied, I wrote a letter to Hagar last night, 
2-28-1886 Sun. I got a letter from Almira and Deamy yesterday, 
3- 6-1886 Sat. Uncle George left here about daylight for Adrian, He 

is very good company. He is going to stay when he comes back 

to get Curly, We had a good visit with him. 
5-21-1886 Fri. Elfra got a letter from Sarah and Altha Elliott last 

night . 
9- 18-1886 Sat, John Elliott went by here today on the way to Adrian. 
12-30-1886 Thurs. Delilah is here nov;. She came yesterday, 
12-31-1886 Fri. Hannah sent me a pair of socks she knitted for a 

Christmas present. God bless her, 

1- 1-1887 Sat. Delilah is here, I have got on the socks that Han 

knit for me, 
1- 2-1887 Sun. John Elliott's folks are expected today. 



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DIARY George \'I, Elliott family 

1-15-1867 Tues. Uncle George and Leroy cane here to wori<. 

1-25-1870 Tues. I.lary Etta v.'as here and made my vest. Spaidding's 
wife vras here. 



1- 2-1873 
3-2(^1873 
7-20-1873 
9- 8-1873 
11-28-1873 
11-30-1873 

12- 7-1873 
12-28-1873 

1- 5-1875 
2-28-1875 
3- 1-1675 
h- 5-1875 
ii-ic^l875 
6- 2-1875 
6- 3-1875 

5- 1-1878 
5- 2-1878 

5- 7-1878 

5-19-1878 

6- 5-187.8 

8-10-1878 
8-201876 

3-19-1879 



3-2CV.1879 

3-21-1879 

3-27-1879 
3_28-l879 
3-29-1879 
3-3 018 79 

i,_ 2-1879 



Thurs. Uncle George v.-as here. 

Thurs. Han and Uncle George vrere here. 

Sun. Y.'ent up to Uncle George's and he came home v.lth us, 

Mon. Uncle George cut com. 

Fri. Uncle George and Leroy helped me. 

Sun. IVe went to Uncle George's and brought Leroy' s wife 

home vrith us. 

Sun. Took Leroy' s home, payed Leroy' s wife $2,00. 

Sun. Xlent to Uncle Georges.' 

Tues, Uncle George and Leroy came to woiic. 

Sun. Uncle George came here at night. 

Mon. Uncle George caime here at ten a.m. 

I.ton. Uncle George came here to vraric. 

Sat. Uncle George's land v^as sold on a mortgage. 

Vied, Uncle George came here at evening. 

Thurs. Lent Uncle George ^25.00 due in 6 months. 

Wed, Uncle George and Aunt came here at noon, Ke helped 

plant potatoes. 

Thurs, John Elliott's came here. Uncle George and Avmt 

went home to get Fanny to come here to work. 

Tues. Uncle George went home this morning, I am a good deal 

better this mominf:. 

Sun, Ernest, Burty and Elfra Trent home with Fanny. 

v;ed. Uncle George came here. Fayed him $1,85 for Fanny's 

work in full. 

Thurs, Uncle George went home sick, 

Tues. Y/'illiara Elliott helped me. 



V.'ed, 

George 

nirht . 

Thurs . 

in. 

Lion . 

payed 

Thurs. 

Fri. 

Sat, 

Sun. 

George 

Wed. 



Perry Elliott caxie here at noon and xrent to see old 
Packard's house in the afternoon, Perrj' is here to- 

Perry went home. He got G, P, Horton's house to live 

\'!e went to Adrian, I got W. Elliott a suit of clothes; 
i}h.,00 for them. 

I let Terry have a bushel of potatoes. 
Let Periy have Cl.OO, 7 lA lb. pork 50i* . 
?erry helped me, potatoes 50^. V.'orked at the wood, 
We went to Ohio to buy cows. v:e stayed overnight at 
Elliott's. 
We took dinner at John Elliott's on way home from 



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Diaiy con't. 

Ohio, ^..'illiam came home vdth uis. 
l!-21-l879 Hon. Lonny Elliott cane here in the morning. Vie Y/ent to 

Greely's to see ITill. 
l,_2Q-i87o Tues, John Elliott helped sot? peas vrith team, Lonny Elliott 

comrienceH ivork. 
5_ I1-1879 Sim. Lon v/ent to Perry' s. perry's have a baby about three 

days old, IVill Elliott v.'ent to Perrj^'s, 
5;_13-ir.7o Tues. ?erry Elliott and Chris I.lurty helped me plant com. 
5-2i.!-l079 Sat. Uncle George, Atint Evaline and Dauris came here and 

stayed all ni^ht, 
!^-2f^-l879 Sun. Uncle George and folks vrent to Perry's, 
5-27-1879 Tuerr. I went to Adrian. I bouf;ht Lon a pair of pants for 

5-28-1879 '.7ec3, Feriy and vrife and Fanny came here at noon. Perry 

helped nlant com, 
6-30-1879 Mon. Delilah v.-ent to Hooks rolls. ITill Elliott v/as ivith 

her, Thej^ took supper here. 
8-16-1879 Sat, Chris I'urty came here after Lon vri.th a covered caiv 

riage. 
9- /'1-1879 Thurs. Robin's and Mary Etta rras here to dinner, Chris plovred 

sod. 
9-20-1879 Sat. Chris and Fanny irent home, 

9-21-1679 Sun. Chris vrent to Perr^^^'s, Fanny came here vdth Chris. 

2- ]-l880 Sun. V.'ill Elliott stayed here last night, Trent to Peri^^'-'s 

this morning. 
^- ^1880 Sui.. Chris Ilurty came here and cut Burty' s and Frank's hair, 

I let him have a 30b of saT/ing up some rails, Chris cut ray 

hair. 
u-lO-lOuO Thurc. Uncle Thomas came herc after some potatoes for Uncle 

George, 
9-^1-1880 Sat. Uncle George came here sifter Lon' s clothes and money, 

Vayed him :!;;2,6c in full. 



2-12-1881 Sat, Ernest vrent after Aunt Alice at noon. 

2-13-1881 Sun. Ernest vrent and took the Elliott family home. He 
started at two O'clock. 

2-1 ''^-1881 Sat. Y;e went to I.Iorenci, Alice Elliott came home vjith us 
to v/ork. 

3- 1-1' 81 Tues. Alice's father came here this forenoon, \'!e had din- 
ner at one o'clock, Alice is sick, Ernest took her home, ' 

6-28-1881 Tues. Chris Ilurty came here this afternoon and cut my hair, 
Ernest's, Burty' s, Frank's and Elfra's, 
12- 2-1881 Fri, Tie vrent to ilorenci, We sav; Fanny Ilurty and the twins, 

7-26-1882 Vfed, V/ill Elliott is here to work. 

8- 1-1862 T\ies. Ernest vrent to Detroit and Canada after a suit of 

clothes. I let VJill Elliott have ClO.OO and he went vdth Ei^ 

nest. 



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Diary con't. 



c-25-1682 
7- ^1883 
7- 8-1883 

10-15-18 8ii 

1- 1-1886 

1- 3-1886 
1- 6-1886 
1- 7-1886 



1- 8-1886 

1- 9-1886 

2- 3-1886 

2- 7-1886 

3- 5-1886 



3- 6-1886 



3-2I1-1886 

6-21-1886 
8- 1-1886 



V;ed, Will and Charley Elliott were here. 

Fri, Adda and I went up to Lon Elliott's to get him to 
work for us. 

Sun. Vie look for Lon and George Elliott down here today 
to hire out to me. Lon and George did not come here this 
forenoon as Lon agreed to. 

Wed, Charley Elliott was here to net a job of husking. He 
and Lon are coining tanorra\T to husk. Burty went to John's 
to see if we could get I.Iary to help us. 



Fri. 
vreek. 
Sun, 
Wed. . 
ThuTS. 



George Elliott went home. He worked three days this 



9-15-1686 


Wed. 




com a 


9-22-1886 


Wed. 


1-19-1887 


Wed. 


1-2 0-18 8 7 


Thurs. 


2-2C^l887 


Sun. 


2-21-1887 


Men. 


2-22-1887 


Tues. 



George Elliott cane on to yrork. 

Let C-eorge have :I;1.2l4 on work. 

George Elliott helped us butcher. Vie killed 13 hogs 
and have 9 5'et to kill. I'm vriLnterlng 50 shoats and 3 breed- 
ing sows. 

Fri, Ernest and George went to Adrian with pork. 
Sat. George Elliott went home this morning. I payed him 
$1,00 in full. He spent ^;3.87 for himself in Adrian. 
Uncle George stayed hei^ last night and vrent to Adrian today. 
S\m. George Elliott and Frank Cooley was here this fore- 
noon. I sold George one gallon cider for 20*. 
Fri. Uncle George came here and is going to stay all night, 
Adda and Elfra went to the Grange Hall to sin.-ing school. 
Burty, Uncle George and the little boj-s stayed with me. 
Sat. Uncle George left here about daylight for Adrian. He 
is very good company. He is going to stop when he comes back 
to get Curly. Y/e had a good visit v.'ith him. 
Vied. Uncle George came here at noon on way to Adrian with 
pelts. 

Sun. Charley Elliott was here. 

Sun. We went to Uncle George's today to hire Charley Ell- 
iott to work for me. \!e had a good visit. Uncle George and 
Aunt Evaline are a coming out here this )veek or next to go to 
Adrian to trade. Lon Elliott and Trife were up to Uncle 
George.' s on a visit. 

Charley Elliott came here to get a job of husking 
com and picking apples. 

I expect Charley and Will Elliott here to pick apples. 

George Elliott cane here and stayed overnight. 

George Elliott went to Adriein vrLth pelts and furs. 

George Elliott Jr. v»as here to dinner. 

George comnenced work by the month. One mo. for ^13, 00. 

George is dravdng logs for wood, George hurt his thumb. 



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George vfent home to rest his thumb, 

George came back. 

Uncle George Elliott vras here after butter this mom- 



2_2li-luS7 Thurs, 
2-2i;-l887 Fri. 
11- 9-1887 Y/ed. 
ing, 
11-11-1887 Fri. YJe went to Uncle George's and had a good visit. Uncle 

George v/as glad to see us. 
11-13-1 ''87 Sun, ITe talk of going to Uncle George's today at Seneca. 
11-25-1887 Fri. I went over to Leroy Elliott's, 
12-23-1887 Fil. Fanny Elliott vras here today, 

I-2O-I888 Fri. Carrie Elliott came over to staj^ until Monday morning. 
2-18-1888 Sat. Carrie Elliott is here. She cane last night and 

stayed. 
2-27-1888 Hon. Carrie Elliott is here and is going to school this 

morning and is going home tonight. 



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Diarj^ I^zarus Griffith family 



1-12-1873 
1012-1876 



6-2l;-l877 



1- 5-1878 
1- 6-1878 
1- 8-1878 
1-11-1878 
1-12-1878 
1-17-1878 

1-20.1878 



Sun. Vfent to John Elliott's, 
there. I went to Aunt Sally's, 



Spaulding's folks were 



Th\irs, Hear Grandpa vrent to Philadelphia to the Centennial. 
Grandma vrent as far as V/averly then took the train to De- 
posit, On Sunday Grandpa went to Deposit euid stayed aver^ 
night, then went to Bolt's in the morning. They stayed at 
Bolt's overnight and came home Tuesday. 

Sun. Aunt and Uncle Green came here at eleven o'clock 
and stayed until after dinner. Uncle is 7S years old. Aunt 
Sally is 69 next December. 

Sat, Aunt Lotty and Henrie came here at night. 

Sun. Henrie went to Uncle Cyrus' . 

Tues, Aunt Lotty vrent to Uncle Cyrus' . 

Fri. I vrent to Adrian after Bolt. 

Sat. V:e went to torenci vrith Aunt Lotty anc Bolt. 

Thurs. larvin Beyer's ivife died. John Elliott cajne here to 

let us know. 

Sun. \'!e went to Marvin Boyer's v.-ife's funeral at one 

0' clock. 



2-13-1880 Fri. Uncle Green and Aunt Sall^^ came here. They did not 

stay, 
5-301880 Sun. Vfe got a letter from Aunt Lotty Bolt. 



1-19-1881 



1-21-1881 



1-22-1881 
2-11-1881 

8- 7-1881 



3-21-1882 
5-18-1883 



T/ed, Emma Griffith and Al Cornell were married at the 

Grange Hall, (They were at our house for dinner once vfhile 

I was goine to Ypsi, to college. He vras a professor at 

Cornell U. then: llote from Vaneita Constable) 

Fri. Aunt Sally Green dier yesterday. The funeral is 

tomorrovf at the Block school ho\ise (near :.!orenci). Uncle 

Levds Griffith and his vfife went up there today. 

Sat. Adria smd I went to A-ant Sally's fxmeral at the Flock 

school house at eleven o'clock. V.'e got home at 2 o'clock. 

Fri. I vrent to Vfeston this morning and mailed a letter 

to Aunt Charlotte and Aunt V/ebster. 

Sun, John Elliott and family came here. Uncle Green was 

here to dinner. 



Fri. V'e got a letter from Aunt Lotty. 
kind letter. 



3he writes a very 



Fri. Uncle Green came here this forenoon and he is quite 
miserable and has a veiy sore hand. He has the Blush erysip- 
elas in it. Uncle Green went davm to Cjtus Griffith's this 
afternoon. 



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Diai^-- 



con't» 



5-23-IC83 Vfed. Uncle Cyrus Griffith went to cany Uncle Green home 

this morning. 
7- 2-1883 Men. Charley Allen's baby died this afternoon, 
7- 3-1883 Tues. Baby Eston Allen's funeral is today at two o» clock, 
9-20-1683 Sat, Ernest went to Sand Creek to get Mrs, Mandy Web- 
ster's trunk. She is here on a visit and is quite lame, 
(related to the Burtches instead of Griffiths.) 
10- 2-1883 Tues. I wrote a letter to Aunt Lottie, 
10- 8-1883 Mon, Handy is 6I years old today. 

10-31-1883 Vfed. V/e got a letter from Aunt Lottie and was glad to 
hear from her, 

3-23-1886 Thurs. Uncle Green came here at eleven o'clock on a visit. 
Uncle Green stayed for dinner. 



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513-1 ERNEST L. ELLIOTT b 1-28-1863 in Thurber (later called 
Sand Creek.) d 2-U-loo5 in Kalamazoo, Jiich. Son ol 
Lazarus (Adin, Ihomas, Joseph) and Adaresta Burtch. 

Ernest was a farmer and shingle maker of Ihurber. He 
was a member of the Disciples Church. 



m 



9- 5-1885 in Medina, ?tLch., Myra A, Fenton of Morenci. 

b i860, d I9I4O, Da. of Frank and Cordelia (Lynn) 

Fenton. 

Divorced. m(2) 12-20-1906 in Adrian, l\, \'{. Campbell, 

widower of Seneca. b i860 Ln Pa. A farmer. 



513- 6 Gerald B. Elliott 
513- 7 Harold J. Elliott 



b 1-17-18 91 d 
b 12-12-1896 d 



9^20-19U7 



51 



61i 
65 



513-2 BURRIETT ADONIRAM ELLIOTT (BURT ) 
Mich. d 3-13-1 9ii5. Son of 
eph) and Adaresta Burtch. 



b 8-11-1869 in Fruitridce, 51 

lazarus (Adin, Thomas, Jos- 



m 6-25-I89O in Fruitridge, Ellason Zirene Brown. 

b 2-23-1869 in Dover, Mich. d 10-26-1953 iJi Adrian, of 
heart trouble. Da. of Vfai. L. and Nancy (Donaldson) Brown, 
V/it: Elfra and John C, Daley. She r.'as a teacher. 



513- 8 
513- 9 
513-10 
513-11 
513-12 



513-13 



Lloyd Vfa. Elliott 
Ladd E. Elliott 
Mildred Elliott 
Elfra M. Elliott 
Burriett Ellason 
Marjorie Irene Elliott 



b 7-10-1891 
b 1-2=^-1896 
b 5- 9-1898 
b 9-23-1900 
b 7-31-1907 
10-26-1909 
She was engaged to Erwin L. Plant but she died of 
TB before they were able to marry. 
Rose Marie Elliott b 5- 9-1913 d 



d 


U-25-195$ 


65 


d 




65 


d 


l;-27-1959 


65 


d 




66 


d 


10-22-1955 


66 


d 


1-29^1929 





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513-3 SARAH ELFRA ELLIOTT (ELFRA) b 12- 7-1871. d 3- 5-189U. 
Da. of Lazarus (Adin, Thomas, Joseph) and Adaresta Burtch. 

m 11-13-1889 in Fruitridge, Mich., John C, Baley. 

b 1869 in Dover, Mich. Son of George IV, and Mary C, 
(Pontius) Baley. He was a fanner. 
m(2) and had a boy and a girl. 



513-II4 Emma Ilene Baley 



b 7-19^1891 d 12-28-1953 



The story told me was that in 1897 he took his two daugh- 
ters to Adrian on the train. He left them at the station 
while he went to have a haircut, telling them if he did not 
return by the time the train left to go home and their moth- 
er would meet them. He was never heard from again. 



51 



66 



6U 



513-U FRANK L. ELLIOTT b h- 2-I876. d 2- 3-1958. Sen of 51 

Lazarus (Adin, Thomas, Jose oh) and Adaresta Burtch. 

m 0-22-1912 in Vfeston Methodist Church right at the end of 
the regular service so none knew they ifrere being married. 
Nora Belle E. (Crowe) Jackson, of Weston. b 9- 6-I86I4. 
d 3-21-1956 in Madison Twp., Lenawee Co., Mich,, of 
pneumonia. Da. of Horatio and Mary (Pyle) Crowe, 

513-5 GEORGE A, ELLIOTT b 10- 6-I878 in Sand Creek, Mich. 5l 

d 6-12-1957. Son of Lazarus (Adin, Thomas, Joseph) and 
Adaresta Burtch, 

m 9^23-1900 in Adrian, Estella Furman. b IO-IO-I88U in 
Seneca, Mich. d 9-20-19i48. Da. of Alfred and Ella 
(Dean ) Furman . 

51>15 Vaneita Eleanor Elliott IO-30-I906 d 66 

513-16 Emest Wendell Elliott b 1-21-1909 d 6? 

513-17 Hal Mahlon Elliott b 7-19-1913 d 67 

513-18 Onalee Helen Elliott b 2-13-1916 d 67 

A prominent Sand Cre«k fanner and member of the School 
Board for 21 years, George A, Elliott, 78 years old died un- 
expectedly at i;:30 a.m. today at his home on Elliott Highway. 
Mr. Elliott was a lifetime member of the Sand Creek coramimity. 

For the last 21 years he had been employed as an agent for 
a seed com company. He retired from active farming of his 
200 acres in Seneca T?vp. sone years ago. Mr. Elliott was a 
charter member of the rural Fire Protective Association of 
Lenawee County and helped to organize and administer its for- 
mation, ... He was a long time member of the Fruitridge 
Grange. ...The burial will be at the Sand Creek Cemetery, 
Obituary in Morenci paper 6-12-1957, Edited. 

513-6 GERALD B. ELLIOTT b I-I7-I89I in Adrian, Michigan. 63 

d 9-20-19i47 of cancer, in Lansing, Mich, Son of Emest 
(Lazarus, Adin, Ihomas, Joseph) and Myra Fenton, 

Gerald was a cheesemaker. He had eczema and while mar-' 
ried to Beatrice had an operation for ulcers in Ingham Co,, 
in 1936, He owned an ice cream store in Cadillac, 



m 



m 



2-lii-1910 in Adrian, Mich., Bessie E. (Potts) Lowe. 
b 1891 in Ohio, Da, of Frank and Susan (Dixon) Potts. 
Divorced. Said to have had low morals. 
Beatrice ( — ) Divorced, 



m Dorothy ( — ) 



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513-7 HAROLD J. ELLIOTT b 12-12-iao6 in Dover, Lenairee Co., 63 

Mich, ScE of Emest L. (Lazarus, Adin, Thonas , Joseph) and 
^tyra Fenton. Harold was a cheesemaker and machinist of 
Cambridge Twp,, Lenawee Co. 

m 12-2>19l6 in Adrian, Mich., Josie B. Miller of Cambridge 
Twp., Lenawee Co., Mich. b I898 in Chio. Da. of Harvey 
and Mary (Hartle) Miller 

Gerald Elliott b d 

He has three children . 

513-19 Bessie E, Elliott b 1918 d 67 

Jack R. Elliott b d 

513-8 LLOTD V/ILLIAM ELLIOTT b 7-IO-I89I in Y^eston, Michigan. 63 

d ii-25-1955 of cancer in Adrian, Mich, Son of Purriett 
A. (Lazarus, Adin, Thomas, Joseph) and Ella Brown. 
Lloyd was a merchant and meat cutter. 

m 8-13-1912 in Weston, Mich,, Alverda Maud Sawyer. 

b 5-21-1890 in Weston. d 12-10-1968 in Adrian, Mich, 
Da. of Jerome and Helen (Packard) Sawyer 

5l>20 Kieth Elwood Elliott b Q- ^-1913 d 68 

Doris Elliott b h- 6-1916 d 

513-21 Lauren Laddie Elliott b 9^25-1918 d 68 

513-22 Lloyd T/'fei. Jr. b 192U d 68 

513-23 Jack Roger Elliott b 1927 d 69 

5l3-2it Robert Junior Elliott b 1930 d 69 

513-9 LADD E. ELLIOTT b 1-25-1896 in Adrian, Mich, Son of 63 

Burriett A, (Lazarus, Adin, Thomas, Joseph) and Ella Brown. 

Ladd stayed with George Elliott (513-5) frco the age 
of 15 to maturity at age 21. 

m 6- 5-1923 in Adrian, Blanch D, Meech, b 1897 in 
Adrian, Mich. Da. of Peter and Carrie (Grander) Meech. 

513-10 MILDRED ELLIOTT b 5- 9-1898. d U-27-1959. Da. of 63 

Burt A. (Lazarus, Adin, Ihomas , Joseph) and Ella Brown. 

m 9^27-1920 in Adrian, Mich., Joseph C. Handley. 

b 7-201895 in Iowa. d 5-10-19^3 in Lenawee Co., Kich. 
Son of J, T. and Clara (Flat) Handley. Machinist. 

Dorothy Handley b d 

married but had no children. 



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513-11 ELFRA M. ElilOTT b ^23-1900. Da. of Burt A. (Lazarus, 63 

Adin, Thomas, Joseph) and Ella Brovm. 

m 2- 6-1920 in Adrian, Mich.. Lauren C, Merillat. 

b 1897 in Ohio, d 192U in Lenaiivee Co., Wich« San of 
Edward and Ernestine (Marbhey) Merillat. Lauren is a 
mechanic. 

513-12 BURSIETT ELUSON ELLIOTT (BURT) b 7-31-1907 in Adrian, Mich. 63 
d 10-22-1955 of heart trouble at Rollins, Mich, Son of 
Burt A. (Lazarus, Adin, Thomas, Joseph) and Ella Brown. 
Michigan State Traffic Manager. 
m(l) 6-25-1927 in Adrian, Mich., Vera L. Plant of Adrian, 
b 1909. Da. of Stephen D, and Henrietta (Naylor) 
Plant, Wit: Marjorie I. Elliott and Eririn L. Plant, 
Divorced. 
m(2) Kathryn A. Loar. b 1913 in Adrian, Mich, Da. of 
Elmer H. and Hazel K. (Hodges) Loar. Kathryn was a 
telephone operator. 

m(2) 8-12-1958, Warren Baker. b I903, Son of 
John and Violet (Cole) Baker. He was a tele- 
phone engineer. 

513-25 Mary Lou Elliott b 1936 in Ohio, Adopted. 69 

513-26 David J, Elliott b 19li2 in Ohio. Adopted. 69 

513-13 ROSE MARIE ELLIOTT b 5- 9-1913 in Weston, Lenawee Co,, 63 

Michigan. Da. of Burt A, (Lazarus, Adin, Thomas, Joseph) 
and Ella Brown. 

m 10-15-1933 in Adrian, Mich,, William F. Schultz, 

b 1909 in Adrian. Son of Fred J, and Edna (Lineweaver) 
Schultz. 

513-lii EMim ILENE BALEY b 7-19-1891. d 12-28-1953. Da. of 63 

Elfra Elliott (Lazarus, Adin, Thomas, Joseph) and John C, 
Baley, 

m 12-25-1909, Cecil Hovar of Lima, Ohio, 
They had six children. 

513-15 VAl^EITA ELEAI-I OR ELLIOTT b IO-3O-I906 in Lenawee Co., Mich, 6U 

Da. of George A, (Lazarus, Adin, Thomas, Joseph) and Estell 
Furman. 

Vaneita is Dietician in Sand Creek schools. 



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513-15 m h- 2-1938, James A. Constable of Sand Creek, Michigan. 
b 6-I2-IOQI4 in Ohio. Son of James L. and Minnie R. 
(Perrin) Constable. 

James led a colorful life as a cowboy, sheep herder 
in Arizcsia, fanner and mechanic. He has suffered several 
heart attacks but continues relatively active. 

513-27 Albert James Constable b 10-2U-19U2 d 69 

513-16 EI^IEST VffiMDELL ELLIOTT b 1-21-1909 in Sand Creek, Mich. 6U 

Son of George A, (Lazarus, Adin, Thomas, Joseph) and Estell 
Furman, 
1972 Ernest yras hospitalized with a blood clot. 

m 12-lli-1932, Mildred W. Constable. b 3-12-1915. Ba. 
of James L. and Minnie R. (Perrin) Constable. 

513-28 Vaneita Janet Elliott b 9^27-1933 d 70 

513-29 Kathleen Onalee b 3- 2-1936 d 70 

513-30 Priscilla Kay b C-26-I9U2 d 70 

Ernest Kent Elliott b 9- 1-1952 d 



513-17 HAL MAHLON ELUOTT b 7-19-1913. Soti of George A.(Lazar- 6h 
us, Adin, Thomas, Joseph) and Estell Furran. 

m 1-19-1931, Jeanette Sass of Clayton, Michigan, 
b 2-18-1913 . 

513-31 Noiman Hal Elliott b 3-21-1933 d 70 

513-32 Bart)ara Jeanette b 10- a-193U d 70 

513-33 George Charles b 12-16-1936 d 71 

513-3U Mary Louise b 2-21-1939 d 7I 

513-18 aWLEE HELQI ELLIOTT b 2-13-1916. Da. of Georee A. (Uz- 6I4 
arus, Adin, Thomas, Joseph) and Estell Funaan. 

Qialee is a teacher in the Lenawee County schools. 

m 6-2U-I939 in Morenci, Mich., Carl Van Valkenburg of 
Tipton, Mich. b CU1I4-1012. 

513-35 Karen Estelle Van Valkenburg b o-25-19l42 7I 

513-36 Kay Ellen Van Valkenburg b 9-26-19U5 7I 

513-19 BESSIE E. ELLIOTT b 1910 in Brooklyn, Mich. Da. of Sh 

Harold J. (Ernest L. , Lazarus, Adin, Thomas, Joseph) and 
Josie B. Miller 



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513-19 m 1-25-1936 in Brooklyn, Mich., Stanley G. Blowers of 

Onsted, Mich. b 1912. Son of Raymond E. and Lillian 
A, (Belong) Blowers. 

At the time of marriage he gave farming as his 
biisiness but sometime later they were missionaries in the 
Bahamas. 

513-20 EffiTH ELWOOD ELLIOTT b 9- U-l?0.3. Son of Lloyd (Burt A., 65 
Lazarus, Adin, Thomas, Joseph) and Alverda Saivyer. 
Kieth is a butcher and resides in Adrian, Mich. 

m 7- 6-I9I46 in Deerfield, Mich., Margaret G. (Manchester) 
"feylor. b 1911 in Missouri. Da. of Willis H. and 
Ethel M. (Hunt) Manchester. 

vmiiam Elliott b d 

513-21 LAUREN LADDIE ELLIOTT b f>25-19l8 in Adrian, rachigan. 65 

Son of Lloyd (Burt A., Lazarus, Adin, Thomas, Joseph) and 
Alverda Sa-nyer. 

Lauren is a truck driver. 

m I-26-I9U6 in Deerfield, Mich., Helen Francel (Frietag) 
Glover. b 1920 in Adrian, Mich. Da, of Fred and Alta 
(Berry) Frietag. 

Jerry Lauren Elliott b 9-17-19l;6 d 1-30-1965 
He was decapitated and two other youths with him 
T7ere killed in an auto accident. 

Robert William Elliott 9^30-19ii9 d lO- 3-19^9 
cerebral hemorrhage. 

Kirk Douglas Elliott b 6-22-1951 d 

513-22 LLOYD WILLIAJi! ELLIOTT JR. b I92U in Adrian, Michigan. 65 

Son of Lloyd (Burt A., Lazarus, Adin, Thomas, Joseph) and 
Alverda Sawyer. 

Lloyd is a store owner, butcher and truck driver. 

m 6-13-I9J46 in Adrian, Mich., Elaine Xoretta (Lyons) Bei*- 
ger. b 1928. Da. of Ray H, and Clara (McM\irtie) lyons. 

513-37 Michael Dennis b 7- 3-19h7 d 72 

William Ray Elliott b 11-22-19U9 d 

Terry David Elliott b 8- 1-1952 d 

Gregory Keith b U-13-1956 d 



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513-23 JACK ROGER ELLIOTT b 1927 in Adrian, Mich. Son of 
Lloyd (Burt A,, Lazarus, Adin, "niomas , Joseph) and 
Alverda Sawyer, 

Butcher and store manager in Adrian, Mich. 

m(l) 11- 6-19ii9 in Adrian, Mich., Donna Maxine Blohm. 

b 1930. Da. of Fred \U Blohm. Wit: Rob' t Elliott 
and Thxirlene Blohm. 

m(2) 9-28-1963 in Hudson, Michigan, Shirley L. (Osbome) 
Pelham of Palmyra. Her 3rd. marriage. b 1929. 
Da. of Noel and Virginia (Franks) Osbome. 

Jack Roddy Elliott b 8-3 0-195" d 

Gary Lane Elliott b 9- 3-1952 d 

Darl Duane Elliott b 5-12-195U d 

Jeff ly Lyim Elliott b 1-11-1956 d 

513-21; ROBERT JUNIOR ELLIOTT b 1930 in Adrian , Michigan. Son of 65 
Lloyd (Burt A,, Lazarvis, Adin, Thomas, Joseph) and Alverda 
Sawyer. Robert Junior is a factory worker in Adrian. 

m 7- 1-1950 in Fairfield, Mch., Gloria K5ay Edwards. 

b 1932 in Adrian, Mich. Da. of George and Bertha (Jen- 
nings) Edwards. 

513-38 Shirley Lynn Elliott b 12- h-1950 d 72 

Robin Sue Elliott b 1-12-1955 d 

Diane Marie Elliott b 9-26-1^6 d 

513-25 MARY LOU ELLIOTT b I936 in Ohio. Adopted da. of Burt E, 66 

(Burt A,, Lazarus, Adin, Thomas, Joseph) and Vera Plant. 

m 8-31-1957 in Adrian, Raymond W. Drews. b 1935 in 
Perry, Ohio. Sen of Elmer and Mary (Ticknor) Drews, 

5l>26 DAVID J. ELLIOTT b 19^2 in Ohio. Adopted son of Burt E. 66 

(Burt A., Lazarus, Adin, Ihomas , Joseph) and Vera Plant. 
David is in the advertizing business, 

m 8-25-1962 in Lake Orion, Mich,, Janice E. Williams, 

b 19ii3 in Lake Orion, Mich. Da. of Stuart E, and Mil- 
dred A. (Chase) Williams, 

513-27 ALBERT JAMES CWSTABLE b 10-2U-19U2 in Sand Creek, Mich, 6? 

Son of Vaneita Elliott (George A,, Lazarus, Adin, Thomas, 
Joseph) and James Constable. 



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Jeffrey Constable b 1965 d 

Alan Constable b 12-18-1968 d 



513-28 VANEITA JANET ELLIOTT b 9-27-1933. Da. of Emest 1. 67 

(George A,, Lazarus, Adin, Thomas, Joseph) and Mildred 
Constable. Vaneita is a teacher. 

m 7- I4-I957 in Weston, Mich,, E. Wayne Sanders of 

Madison Heights, Mich. b 1928 in Missoviri, Son of 
Elmer and Lena (Newton) Sanders. 
Wayne is a woodworker, 

513-29 KATHLEEN OJALEE ELLIOTT b 3- 2-1936. Da. of Emest W. 67 

(George A,, Lazarus, Adin, Thomas, Joseph) and IBldred 
Constable . 

m 12-30-1955, Ward Hough. 

513-30 PRISCILLA KAY ELLIOTT b 9-26-19U2 in Sand Cr«ek, Michigan. 67 
Da. of Emest W, (George A,, Lazarus, Adin, Kiomas, Joseph) 
and Mildred Constable, 

m 11- 2-I96U in Weston, Mich,, Travis A. Bedsole of Sand 
Creek, Mich, b 19Uii in Tenn. Son of Thomas and Cath- 
erine P, (Grace) Bedsole, 

Travis is a chemical operator in construction, 

513-31 NORMAN HAL ELLIOTT b 3-2U-1933. Sen of Hal M. (George A., 67 
Lazarus, Adin, Thomas, Joseph) and Jeanette Sass. 

m Wanda Jackson of Loiiisville, Ky, 

Marlene Elliott b 8-I9-I963 d 

513-32 BARBARA JEANETTE ELLIOTT b 10- k'^193k in Sand Creek, Mich. 67 
Da, of Hal M, (George A,, Lazarus, Adin, Thomas, Joseph) 
and Jeanette Sass, 



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12- 6-1952, Doyle Rutledge of Morenci, Mich, b 1933, 
Son of Franjclin and Belva (Keifer) Rutledge. Farmer, 

Richard Roy Rutledge b 3- 8-I95I1. d 
Ronald Roy b U- 3-1955 d 

Roxanne Rutledge b 3-16-195- d 



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513-32 Roberta Rutledge b d 

Rodney Rutledge b d 

Roseann Rochelle b 6-11-1 971 d 

513-33 GEORGE CHARU5S ELLIOTT b 12-1 6^.1936 In Sand Creek, Mich. 67 

Son of Hal M. fOeorge A,, Lazarus, Adin, TTiomas , Joseph) 
and Jeanette Sass, George is a irelder by trade. 

m n- 6-1959, Diane T/. Smith. b I036. Da. of Cecil 
and Eva M. (Campbell) Smith. 

LaLiTrj Dean Elliott b d 

Loraine Elliott b d 

513-3U MARY LOUISE ELLIOTT b 2-21-1939. Da. of Hal M. (George A., 67 
Lazarus, Adin, Thomas, Joseph) and Jeanette Sass. 

m(l) 8- I4-I957 in Adrian, Mich., Richard A. aiders. 2nd. 
marriage. b 1927. Sen of Albert and Sib E. (rayne) 
Enders, He is a policeman. Divorced. 

m(2) Robert Hayden 

Richard Hal Enders b d 

Enders b d 

Penny Sue Enders b d 

Hayden b d 

Hayden b d 

513-35 KAREN ESTELLE VAN VALKENBURG b 9-25-19U2 in Lenawee Co., 67 

Mich. Da. of Cnalee Elliott (George A,, Lazarus, Adin, 
Thomas, Joseph) and Carl Van Valkenburg. 

m Robert Bluntschly, Divorced. 

Thomas Bluntschly b d 

James Bluntschly b d 

Tana Bluntschly b d 

513-36 KAY ELLEN VA:>! VAIJ<EI^BURG b 9-26-1915. Da. of Chalee 67 

Elliott (George A,, Lazarus, Adin, Thomas, Joseph) and 
Carl Van Valkenburg 

m Gaylord Kutchley 

Karla Kay Kutchley b d 



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513-37 MICHAEL DENNIS ELLIOTT b 7- 3-19ii7 tn Jackson, Michigan. 
Son of Uoyd Yha, Jr. (Uoyd, Burt A., Lazarus, Adln, Thom- 
as, Joseph) and Elaine Lyons. Michael is a mechanic in 



a gas station. 

m 6-27-1969 in Jasper, Michigan, 
b 11-2 0-1 9U8 in Adrian, Mich, 
Dorothy Ellen (Traub) Daniels, 
nurse. 



Daim Louise Daniels. 
Da. of Ezra Nathan and 
Dawi is a registered 



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5l>38 SHIRLEY LINN ELLIOTT b 12- U-1950 in Adrian i Michigan, 

Da. of Rob't Junior (Uoyd, Burt A., Lazarus, Adia, Thomas, 
Joseph) and Gloria May Edwards, 

m 6-II4-I969 in Adrian, Mich,, Duane Alvord Barrett. 

b 3-13-1950 in Adrian, Son of Donald Elwood and Edith 
Leota (Jenkins) Barrett, 
Duane is a produce clerk. 



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5I-I4 PAUL SPAULDING ELLIOTT (SPAULDING) b 7-26-1836 in Fairfield 
Twp,, Lenawee Co., Mich, d 10- 6-I907 at his hone in 
Ithaca, Gratiot Co., Mich,, a few hours after piercing his 
stomach with shears to relieve the pressure from bloat. He 
had been in great pain for several weeks and was out of his 
mind, Bu. in North Star Cem. Son of Adin (Ihomas, Joseph) 
and Phoebe Griffith. 



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m Sarah Shell en barger, one-quarter Indian. b 7-16-18U3 
in Fulton Co,, Ohio, d k- 5-1919 of cardiac asthma and 
high blood presstire, at the home of her son, Clint, in 
Ithaca, Michigan, Bu. in North Star Cem. under name of 
McKay. Da. of Adam and Sarah (Ayers) Shellen barger. 
She was orphaned before 1850 and was raised by her uncle, 
Moses Ayers, in Fiilton County, Ohio, 

m(2) 191- J, B, McKay. She ran him off in I9I8 when 
he threatened to hit her with a hoe. 



5li4-l Hartford Spaulding Elliott 

5lli-2 Darius Calvin Elliott b 

S2h~3 Althea Elliott b 

5ll;-i4 Clinton Elliott b 



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12-17-1950 


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8-10-1866 


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1- 5-1950 


7I1 


1-11-18 72 


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14-27-1936 


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0-20-1873 


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7-3ii-1957 


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5l-h Spaulding was educated in a one-room log cabin school and 

must have been one of the first youngsters to attend Free 
Public School in lich, as the bill was passed in 18142. 

He moved to Gratiot Co., Michigan where lUrt was bom but 
after two years moved back to Lenawee and settled in Morenci. 
The other children vfere all bom in the same hovise out Althy 
was bom in Ohio because the hoiose set on the Ohio-l!ichir;an 
boundary line, and she vras bom in a different room. Sarah 
delivered, bathed and cared for all her children at birth. 

In 18 7h Spaulding went by train to St. Louis, Michigan, 
stayed overnight and next day walked the 12-15 ndles to the 
farm of David Mowry and made arrangements for him family' 3 
arrival . 

Nov. 1)4, I87U, he bought for ri250.(X) from David Mowry the 
NE 1/ii of SW lA and E l/2 of NW l/k Sec. 17, North Star Twp., 
120 A. T 10 N, R 2 W, Gratiot Co., Mich. He later sold the 
S 1/2 of NE lA of SW 1/U Sec. 17, 20 A. He bought from 
Sol Holber the NE l/2 of NW lA Sec. 27, 8Q A. T 10 N, R 2 W, 
Gratiot Co., Michigan. 

He brought his family by sleigh to Gratiot and the snow was 
so deep it covered the fence posts. Some of their early exper- 
iences in pioneering and irith wild animals were hair-raising. 

They were active in community affairs and belonged to the 
Disciples Church. 

51J4-I HARTFORD SPAULDING ELLIOTT (HART) b ii-l5-l86U in Gratiot 72 

Co., Mich, d 12-17-1950 in St. Louis, Mich, Son of 
Spaulding (Adin, Thomas, Joseph) and Sarah Shellenbarger . 

in(l) 2-22-I88U in Maple Rapids, ItLch., Ida May Wonnacott 
b 2-28-1867 in Canada. d 12-20-19U6 in St, Louis of 
stroke. Da. of George VJonnacott (b 12- 6-1832) and 
Louisa Lincoln (b 1-10-1839) 
Divorced. 

ni(2) 9^16-1920, Sarah L. Grice (Tridow) b 6- 5-1859. 
d 12- 3-1931. 

m(3) 1932, Ida May (Wonnacott) Elliott, his first wife. 

Ray Melvin Elliott b 12-I8-I88I4 d 1-2^^1685 

Florence Mable b 6-22-1886 d 5-lii-l889 

51U- 5 Celia Belle (Belle) b 8-13-1888 d 12-17-19li7 76 

51I4- 6 Clare Hartford b 7- 3-1891 d 6-28-1 9Ui 77 

5m- 7 Amy May Elliott b 12-13-1893 d 77 

5lli- 8 Irene Hazel (Hazel) b 5-31-1896 d 77 

5li4- 9 Burr Otto b 8- 2-1000 d ,, "^^ 

5li4-]0 Elva Violet b 5-10-1903 d 1-13-1966 78 

Robert Stanley b 2-27-1907 d 3-15-1916 
of Hodgekin's disease. 



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5lh-l Hart tris tall, with dark hair and eyes. As youths, he 

and Dry were athletic and entered combative sports and efven 
when over sixty Diy could stand on his head and do handr 
springs. 

Hart taught music and had a bass voice # The three bro- 
thers sang and played at family gatherings. Dry played the 
accordion and Clint played the triangle and Jew's harp. All 
of Hart's children were musically inclined. 

Hart was a farmer and lumberman. As a result of an acci- 
dent in 1903 or 190li, he limped, A log rolled onto him and 
broke his leg in two places but as soon as he was able to 
get about on crutches, he received a call from McBain, Mich- 
igan, and he worked there for the remainder of the winter. 
He was too proud and independent to accept help from the 
Woodsmen's Lodge to which he belonged. 

He had to woiic six days a week during the winters in lum- 
ber camps. He lived near Ithaca j at Hatton, near Clare j 
Riverdale; Midland and St, Louis. He worked the Saginaw 
and Bay City camps until lumber ran out there, then worked 
in Ludington, I&nistee and in the Upper Peninsula near 
Rudyard, 

At the time of his death he was a member of the Chvirch of 
God which he joined in 1915, having previously embraced the 
Adventist and Christian Science faiths. 



Slh-2 DARIUS CALVIN ELLIOTT ( DRY) b 8-IO-I866 in Morenci, Lena- 72 
wee Co., Mich. d 1- 5-1950 in Ithaca, Mich,, of stroke, 
Bu, in Ithaca Cem, Son of Spaulding (Adin, Thomas, Joseph) 
and Sarah Shellenbarger. 

m 11-30-1893 on Thanksgiving Day at her parents' hooae in 
North Star Twp., Gratiot Co,, Mich,, by Rev, Mrs. P,C# 
Hinman and witnessed by ¥m. H, Shroeder and Mrs. Jennie E, 
Clark and in the presence of both families, 

Effie Mae Barnes b 10-2li-l875. d 8-2U-1951 in the 1^7 
lilason Hosp,, of calcification, heart trouble, and harden- 
ing of the arteries, Bu. in Ithaca Cem, 

Da. of V/m. John Barnes (b 3-29-18U8 in Steeple Claydon, I66 
Buckinghamshire, England, He 7ra.s carried aboard the ship 
to embark for the U.S, when only 11 days old, d 2-26-1916 
in Ithaca, Mich.) and Llary Jane Small (b 8-11-1853 in I6U 
Ingersoll, Canada, d 1-13-19U8 in St. Johns, MLch. Da. I66 
of Eliza Jane (Sheldon) Irving (da. of Daniel Phillips 1^2 
Sheldon and grsindda, of John Sheldon, Rev. War soldier. 
and James E, Small (son of Morris Small whose father I63 
fotight in the Rev. War under Mjr.-Gen, Horatio Gates, and 
Martha Yaeger) 



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$lli~2 51U-II Vernon Darius Elliott b 2-17-1895 d h-2Li-19$9 78 

51I1-I2 Varo Basil Elliott b U-I8-I898 d 3-18-1956 79 

51I1-I3 Adrian Leroy FJJiott b 8- 5-19Cii d 11- U-I966 81 

5lli-ll| Max Nelson Elliott b 8- 8-1906 d 82 

51I4-I5 Sara Jane Elliott b 9^25-1906 d 82 

5lli-l6 Dora Llae Elliott b 11-20-1909 d 63 

John Spaulding b 12-21-1917 d stillborn 

Dry killed his first bear at the age of ten with one shot. 
He vra.s too small to hold the muzzle-loader so propped it on 
a stump in the yard and sighted the bear as it Ixnnbered into 
the clearing. 

When 13 he yras apprenticed to a tinsmith and plumber. He 
worked in a lumber camp until his ankle was broken by a fall- 
ing log, then hunted game to supply the casrp with neat one 
winter. He was an expert shot and could shoot a bird In 
flight through the head every time. 

In his youth he played soccer, baseball, acrobatics and 
wrestled. He enjoyed all games of skill. He loved to hunt, 
fish and camp. He was an accomplished billiard player. 

Besides having a good singing voice, he played several 
instruments and the accordion and taught himself to play the 
gtiitar when he 7ra.s over sixty. 

He fanned, practiced his trade, was a carpenter, painter 
and sheet metal man. The round roofed bams in Isabella 
County attest to his skill in designing space-saving struc- 
tures, 

January l6th, 1950 
My dear Mrs, Elliott, 

The Gratiot County Herald tells me that ry old friend, 
your husband Darius, has passed from this world. You have 
my sincere sympathy in this, your sad hour of bereavement. 

You may not know of me but Darius has been an old friend 
of mine for years and I have met him on the streets of 
Ithaca for years when on iny annual visit there each summer, 

lly early acquaintance with him dates to the eighties , 
when T/e as boj'S would meet at the saivdust pile near the old 
Thompson's tub factory and practice athletics for D17, as I 
alv/ays called him, Hart, his brother, and I were then the 
only three in the county yiho could turn back somersaults and 
did we turn them I V^e would alwa^.'s have quite an audience when 
at it. There were other sports in which we took part but I 
need not go into that now. 

I could hardly permit Darius' jessing without sajdng scroe- 
thing to you about our acquaintanceship through the years. 
I shall miss him when again visiting old Ithaca. He was 
about four months older than I. 

Sincerely, 

C, C, Vfilloughby Hew York City 



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5lli-3 ALTHEA ELLIOTT (ALTHY) b 1-11-1872 in Morenci, Michigan 72 

d i;_27-l936 of cancer On her farm home near Ashley, Mich, 
Bu. in North Star Cem. Da. of Spaulding (Adin, Thomas, Jos- 
eph) and Sarah Shellenbarger. 

m 10-19-1898 in Ithaca, Mich., Alonzo Kiimnel (Lon) 

b 1-15-1859 in Hancock Co., Ohio. d U-30-19lil 1b Ashley. 
Son of Paul Eleod and Phebe (~) Kiramel. Lcn WuS Lill (Conk- 
lin) Elliott's uncle. 

He bought and lived on the original homestead idiere Clintv 
now lives, 1 mi. east, 2 l/2 mi. sotrth of North Star, N 1/2 
of SE l/li of Sec. 3J4. except 1.75 acre in N E comer. Total 
78,25 acres. North Star Twp,, Gratiot Co., Mich. T 10 N, R 
2 W, dated 10-21-185U. 

5lii-17 Clint (301 Alonzo Kiramel 
51I4-I8 Archie Kimmel 
5llt-19 Be\ilah Kimmel 

5lli-l; CLINTON ELLIOTT (CLINT) b 10-20-1873 in Morenci, Michigan. 72 

d 7-IU-1957 in Ithaca. Bu. in North Star Cem, Son of 
Spatilding (Adin, Thomas, Joseph) and Sarah Shellenbarger. 
Clint -was a farmer but while working at the Olds Motor 
Works in Lamsing, was seriously injured from which he partial- 
ly recovered. He joined the Masonic Order in 1920 in Ithaca, 

m U-I8-I899 in Ithaca, Lillian Conklin. b 8-31-1882 in 
Montcalm Co., Mich, Da. of C. Conklin and Alice Ophelia 
Kimmel, sister to Lon Kimmel. 

5lli-20 Sarah Elliott b 7-15-1912 d 86 

5lli-5 CELIA BELLE ELIJOTT (BELLE) b 8-13-1888. d 12-17-19U7 in 73 
Morrice, Mich. Da. of Hart (Spaulding, Adin, Thomas, Jos- 
eph) and Ida 'Wonnacott. 



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7-30-18 99 d 


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1-11-1901 d 


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lO-lii-1905, Ralph Sinclair of St, Lo\iis, Michigan 



Donald Louis Sinclair b d 

5lii-21 Irene Edna Sinclair b 3-11-1910 d 86 

Hart Sinclair b d 

Rajinond Edgar Sinclair b d 

Jack Stanley Sinclair b d 

Dorothy Belle Sinclair b d 

m — Kirby 

Barbara Lo\iise Sinclair b d 

m — Cantwell 

Ralph Edgar Sinclair b d 

Bernard Louis Sinclair b d 



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Sll~6 CURE HARTFORD ELLIOTT b 7- 3-1891 in Clare Co., ItLchiRan. 73 

d 6-28-1 pijh of heart failure in Jackson, Mich. Bu. In 
Homer Twp, Cem., Midland Co., Mich. Son of Hart (Gpaul- 
ding, Adin, Thomas, Joseph) and Ida Wonnacott. 

Clare was very tall, large framed Tfith dark hair and 
eyes. He was prison guard at Ionia from 1921-1932 and in 
Jackson from 1932 until his death. Prisoners , we were 
told, said he was tough but fair. 

m 12- 6-1911 in Midland, Mldred A. Cornelius. 
Divorced. 

Clare Elliott Jr. b d 

married and had one child. 



5li;-7 AMY MAY ELLIOTT b 12-13-1893. Da. of Hart (Spaulding, 73 

Adin, Thomas, Joseph) and Ida V/'onnacott. 

m 2-23-1919 in St, Louis, Mich., Clide Harrison Kiser. 

b h- 2-1889 in Pauling Co., Chio. d 6-2li-1960 in. Shep- 
herd, Mich. Son of Roraannus Kiser, who served mder the 
Kiser in Germany, and Sara Jane Silvers. 

Clide came to Michigan, a baby, in a covered wagon. He 
was a veteran of WW I. 

5lii-22 Robert Clide Kiser b 9-30-I93U d 86 

5lh-23 Shirley Ann Kiser b 5- >1937 d 8? 

Amy did not have any layette prepared for Robert becavise, 
having been childless so long, both she and the doctor be- 
lieved she had a tumor. 

5lii-8 IRENE HAZEL ELLIOTT b 5-31-1896. Da. of Hart (Spaulding, 73 

Adin, Thomas, Joseph) and Ida Wonnacott. 



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ll-2ii-19ll4 in Midland, Carl Wm. Bailey. b 10-15-1896 
in St. Louis, Mich. d 11-10-1 96I in California. Son 
of Leroy and Cora (Woodmansee) Bailey. 

5lii-2U Virgil Melvin Bailey b 7- 9-1918 d 8? 

5li4-25 Delbert Carl Bailey b 10- 5-1920 d 8? 

5li;-26 Florence Irene Bailey b 9-22-1921; d 8? 

5lij-9 BURR OTTO ELLIOTT b 8- 2-1900 in Riverdalc , Michigan. Sen 73 

of Hart (Spaulding, Adin, Thomas, Joseph) and Ida Wonnacott. 
Burr worked in Lansing at the Olds I^otor ?/orks and was a 
farmer near St. Louis. In 1971, he was living in the South. 



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m(3) 



10- 5-1919, Helen Roberts. b 1901. 
10-2U-1922, Olive A. Ressegine. Div. 
1929-1931, Rene (Haas) Martin. 

Madelain Elliott b 

Doris Elliott b 

Edward Elliott b 

Jo Ann Elliott b 

Infant b 



Div. 1922. 



d 
d 

d 

d 
d 



infancy 



51U-IO ELVA VIOLET ELLIOTT b 5-10-1903 in St. Louis, Michigan. 

d 1-13-1966 at 7:U5 p.m. in St. Loids, Mich., of coronary, 
a blood clot on the heart caused by the return of the can- 
cer. The family believed she was getting well, after go- 
ing through a series of cobalt treatments for cancer. Da, 
of Hart (Spaulding, Adin, Thomas, Joseph) and Ida Wonnacott. 

She encouraged the children in developing their musical 
talents and while in school they were in demand as enter- 
tainers . 



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m 2-22-1922, Lloyd Frank Peach. b 1-6-1902. Son of 
Frank and Itory (Myers) Peach. Lloyd was a farmer and 
maintenance worker. 



5lli-27 
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51I4-29 
5lii-30 



Melvin Lloyd Peach b 3- 5^1923 d 

Marian Louise Peach b 2-18-1928 d 

Evelyn Joyce Peach b 11-27-1939 d 

Doris Elaine Peach b 7-l6-19la d 

Billy Lyle Peach b 6- 9-1916 d 



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5U4-II VEIiNCW DARIUS ELLIOTT b 2-17-1895 on his father's fam in 
North Star Twp., Gratiot Co., Mch. d i;-2i;-1959 in Grand 
Rapids Veterans Hospital of effects from mustard gas poison- 
ing inhaled during 1W I. Bu. in Ithaca Cera. 

m(l) 10-201921 in Kentucky, Myrtle Eugenia Jones. 

b 9- U-1898 in Richmond, Ky, d 1-11-1 926 during ul- 
cer sirrgery in Lansing, Mch. Bu, in Ithaca Cem. 

m(2) 12- 1-1933 in Lansing, Mich., Virginia Eiilalia Hom- 
beck. b 7-IU-I905 in Kalamazoo, Mich, d 1-21-1975, 
in Henry Ford Hosp., Detroit, Mich., of cancer. Her 
remains -vrere cremated. Da, of Lewis and Ada (Cox) 
Hombeck. 



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5lb-31 Eleanor Louise Elliott b 7-23-1937 d 
Vernon Darius Elliott b 5- J)-19'Uh d 



5lij-32 



Vernon enlisted in the U,S, Armj-, the l6th Field Artil- 
lery, 6-27-1917 at Mt, Pleasant, Mich, In December I917 he 



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5lU-ll was shipped overseas and landed at Brest, France. He par^ 

ticipated in four major battles and many skirmishes . He 
was a messenger between generals. From 12-2U-1918 to 
7-29-1919 he was in the Army of Occupation in Germany. He 
was honorably discharged and awarded the Croix de G\«rre. 

He worked at the Alma Truck Company until the 1921 de- 
pression and in the spring of 1922 went to work at the Olds 
Motor Works in Lansing, in the Sheet Metal Dept . He worked 
there until he retired 11- 1-I9i4l, the last 7 years as night 
foreman, to farm near Mason. Christmas Eve 1950, Vernon 
STjiffered his first stroke as a result of mustard gas poi - 
soning, 

Virginia (Gin) was a member of Mason Chapter No. 150 
O.E.S., Mason College Club, Pink Ladies of Mason General 
Hospital, Retired Teachers' Association of Mason, and had 
been a counselor and teacher in the Mason Public Schools 
since 1950 retiring in 1972. She received the Vernon J. 
Brown Award in I97II. The Virginia E. Elliott Scholarship 
Fund was set up in her honor at the time of her retirement 
by her associates. 

51U-I2 VARO BASIL ELLIOTT (BUCKIE) b II-I8-I898 on father's 7$ 

farm. The law had beeri passed making it mandatory to 
have a physician present at births, Sarah (Shellenbarger) 
Elliott had sent the doctor away when he had arrived late 
for the birth of Vernon but Varo was delivered by the doc- 
tor, d 3-18-1956 in Mt. Shasta, Calif., of heart attack, 
Bu. in Mt, Shasta. Son of D,C, (Spaiilding, Adin, Ihoinas, 
Joseph) and Effie M. Barnes. 

m(l) 12- -1917 in Oklahoma City, Okla., while serving in 
the U.S. Cavalry, Irene Underhill, bookkeeper, 
Div. 1920, 

m(2) 1922-3 in Pasadina, Calif., Carroll Tufts, teacher 
in Los Angeles. Div. 1932-3. 

m(3) 10- -193li, Ellen Dolman of Lansing, Mich, Bookbind- 
er. Div. 1936 

m(h) I-I7-I9UO, Ann Olive Petit of Algonac, Michigan, 
b 11- 2-1918. m(2) 1957 William Heflin of Mt. 
Shasta. Div. 1957. In 1971, Ann returned to Al- 
gonac, Michigan to live. 

BULLETS, BAIT MB BOLCNEY by Almont Wheeler 

In memoriura: My good friend, "Blackie" Elliott is a 
gentleman and a true sportsman. Blackie served as game war^ 
den in Michigan and this along with his early training and 
activity in hunting and fishing qualified him as an expert 
in the conservation of wildlife. I know his creed was 
"Take what you need — use what you take" — and no greater tri- 
bute can be paid to a sportsman than to say he followed 



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5114-12 that creed. Happy hmting, "Blackie," Mt. Shasta Nefws- 
paper, 

Varo, at the time of his death, yiaa a self-employed elec- 
trical contractor. He joined the Ithaca Lodge No. 123 F & 
AM in Ithaca, Mich., in June 1920, 

In his own -words: "To -write an autobiography is some- 
thing that -would take me years to do. I -was -working at the 
Republic Motor Truck plant in Alma at the tline I enlisted in 
the U,S. Amy (Cavalry) 7- 1-1916. Discharged 6- U-1920 by 
Act of Congress cancelling seven year enlistments, I served 
in Oklahoma, Texas-Ifexican border and in California, 

I have been a logger, sawmill man, millTrright, bxickeroo, 
professional hunter, remcher, mechanic, electrician, line- 
man, telephone repairman, ca-t skinner, teamster, shovel run- 
ner, steam engineer, donkey-skinner, high climber, steeple- 
jack, rigger, policeman, game -warden, truck driver and held 
various and sundry other jobs. 

I have -worked in Kansas, Colorado, Nevada, Idaho, Wyoming, 
Oregon and California. I forgot Michigan and Arizona, Dates 
and years I don't remember, I have also been a chudc-'wagon 
cosinero or cook for a buckeroo outfit. I've been a black- 
smith and a -welder. It -ireTd.d be easier , I think, to list the 
things I haven't done." 

"Dear Suke, It is hard to separate fact from fiction in 
the things I have heard throughout the years (about the fam- 
ily). First, our name -was spelled with only one t. Aunt Mi 
told me this and it was confirmed in the old Bible that Aunt 
Lil had that was Grea-fc-grandf ather' s . I saw them in the Bi- 
ble all registered in fine handwriting and all spelled Elliot. 
The name -was changed to two t's by Great-grandfather beca-use 
there was another Elliot in the neighborhood, Ihether it -!»as 
recorded or not, I don't know. If you get -the old Bible Aunt 
Lil had (probably Sarah has it now) and have the writing re- 
stored you co\ild get some history from it. 

Aunt Hannah lived in Kansas. She was the fat one but I 
have forgotten her married name. 

Aunt Mi married Calvin Knapp. They crossed the plains in 
a wagon train from Misso\iri, sometime in the sixties, I 
think, but in that I am only guessing. Anyhow, Gal Knapp 
was a Marshall in Union in the early days and died of gun- 
shot wounds received from a drunken Indian, Armt Mi and Un- 
cle Cal owned a lot of lamd in -?vhat is now Union Co., Oregon. 
A-unt Mi had sold it aill bxit about 61;0 acres -when I visited 
her in the early -twenties," 



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5li4-13 ADRIAN LEROY ELLIOTT (PUCK) Named after the doctor who de- 75 
livered him. b 8- 5-1 WU in Alma, Michigan, 
d 11- I1-I966 of stroke on way to work, in I^nsing, Itch. 
Bu. in Deepdale Cem. in Lansing. Son of D, C, (Spaulding, 
Adin, Thomas, Joseph) and Effie Bames. 

m(l) 192ii in San Diego, California, Melba Hoagland. 
1933 divorced in Calif. 

m(2) 1- 1-1 93U, Ruth Brundage of Lansing. 

b 6- 6-1912. Da, of Alphcnzo Brundage and Lois 
(Sherman) Bcmen his second wife. (Ranee Brundage 
b New Jersey and Mary Amelia b N.Y. were early 
settlers in Benzi County, ?,tichigein,) 

9-29-1975 Ritth suffered an arachism Trtiich para- 
lized her left side. 

5lii-33 Nairda Elliott b 12-11-193U d 90 

5lh-3k Bonnie Kay Elliott b 1- 5-1937 d 9O 

Adrian had a very fair complexion, wavy blond hair and 
blue eyes. He was 5ft. 10 1/2 in. tall. 

He was a barber by trade and worked in various cities 
including San Diego, California. He opened his own barber 
and beauty shop in Lansing and operated it through the De- 
pression years. In 1933, he entered the employ of the 
Singer Sewing Machine Company and in all the years he was 
with the company, he was in the top bracket in sales. He 
usually topped the list in the District and often for the 
Nation as well. 

v;hen WWII broke out in 19i;l, he closed the Alraa store, 
where he had been manager for several years, and tried 
factory work birt soon became disillusioned with the cut- 
back production in the cost-plus econonry. He moved his 
family to Arcadia and later to Manistee where he raised 
their food. He paid fruit pickers r?1.00 an hour and at 
the end of the season threvf a big party for them. 

He bought an old Greyhoind biis and converted it into a 
machine shop. He traveled throughout the northern half of 
the Lower Peninsula repairing any kind of machine, equip- 
ment and gadget. He was an expert locksmith and serviced 
local police. State Police, banks, and stores as well as 
individuals, Che time in Beulah, the jailors beca™ so 
fascinated with his skill in changing locks they forgot to 
watch the prisoners and they all walked out. 

The war over, he was made Manager of the Petoskey and 
the Charlevoix stores. He resided in Petoskey mtil I963, 
when he moved to Lansing to undergo cataract surgery. Re- 
tirement bored him and although he enjoyed his garden he 
returned to selling for Singer on a commission basis. 

Hunting, fishing, camping and other outdoor sports wei*e 
an important oart of his life and as a young man he had 
done some wrestling and boxing in amateur matches. 



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Slh-lh IvIAX NELSON ELLIOTT (DRY) Namesake ' of the doctor who deliv- 75 
ered him. - b 8- 8-I906 in Alma, Michigan. Son of D.C, 
(Spaulding, Adin, Thomas, Joseph) and Effie Barnes. 

m 9- 8-1933 in the rural home of her grandfather in Mb, 
Pleasant, I'tich., by Rev. Charles P. Ostrom, 
Evelyn Vary Ostrom. b 2-10-1911 in Newago, Mich, Da. 
of Ltilu Ostrom. Adopted by Charles Preston and his second 
wife, Effie Steffeny (Boyer) Ostrom. Wit; S, J, Elliott 
and T, W, Beamish. 

Ev is ii' 11" tall, blond, with very heavy hair and blue 
eyes. She enjoj'S outdoor life and indulges in a great var- 
iety of creative skills. 

511-35 Jean Ann Elliott b ii-23-l935 at 11:U0 P.M. 90 

Before the Depression, Ifex had worked in sundry positions 
and T/as a bump man and body finisher. In 1933, he went to 
work for the Olds Motor Corp., in Lansing, and dxiring the 
first year of WVTII, he was the only finisher in the Sheet 
Metal Dept. He then accepted transfer to the Project Engin- 
eering Dept. He soon becajne assistant to the head of the 
department, and his next move was to .head of the depart 
ment, a position he held until his retirement in 19^7 • It 
is notable that during his leadership the department ex- 
panded more than double and he innovated many improvements. 

Liking all sports and outdoor life, he spent much time 
in his Canadian cottage on Ranger- Lake but now divides his 
time between Zephyrhills , Florida, and his rural home out 
of St, Johns, Mchigan. 

5lii-l5 SARA JANE ELLIOTT (SUKE) Namesake of her two grandmothers. 75 
b 5^25-1908 in farm home of V/m. John Barnes in North Star 
Twp., Gratiot Co., 'Mich,, which her father managed. Da, 
of D, C« (Spaiading, Adin, Thomas, Joseph) and Effie Barnes. 

m 11-21-1933 in rectory of I.It. Hope Church, by Rev. F, M. 

Thurston in Lansing, Mich. Thomas Walden Beamish. 153 
b 1-21-1908 in Laport, Saginaw Co,, Mich, d 9- 3-1970 
of hardening of the arteries and many other complications. 
He had had both legs remcrved. Son of George Rex and Mable 
(Movilton) Beamish, Tom was a sailor in WWII. 
lC^-13-1939 divorced in Pontiac, Michigan, 

51U-36 ThcDias Elliott Beamish b I;-2U-1936 at 12:20 A.M. 91 
Tfeight 7 Lb. 

S.J.E. graduated from Co, Normal in.l929 and matricula- 



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5lli-l5 ted at Wayne State University in 19?^, By spordic study 

at six colleges she graduated Trlth a P.S, decree from West- 
em Michigan Univ. in 1965 and entered Graduate School. 

Most of her adult life was spent in Detroit. During a 
rather interesting lifetime some of the experiences encoun- 
tered were comptometer operator, bookkeeper, teacher in 
Upper Elementary and Adult Education, designing and dress- 
making and a -rride variety of creative handicrafts. She 
retired from teaching in 1970 and moved to Mercer Island, 
Vt'ashington, in 1973. 

5lii-l6 DOM MAE ELLIOTT b 11-20-1909 in llorth Star Twp., Gratiot 75 

County. T.Iichigan. Da. of D, C, (Spaulding, Adin, Thomas, 
Joseph) and Effie Barnes. 

m(l) 2-28-1930 in Ithaca, Mich., at her parents' home, 

Robert J, Russell, his 2nd. b 10-16-188 7 in !iLddle- 

ton, Mich. d II-I-I9U6 of heart attack at home, Bu. 

in Ithaca Cem. Son of Bingley and Ella (Green) Russell. 

m(l) 11-23-1915, Harriet Flemming. d 1928 
Robert J, Russell Jr. b 11- 3-1917 
ni(2) 9-30-1972 Saturday, at United Methodist Parsonage in 

Howell, MJ-ch,, Harry V.', Young of Brighton, MJLchigan. 

b 7-101908, Son of Elmer and Jenny Elizabeth (Guzic) 

Young, 

Harry retired from the liich. State Highway Dept. in 

January 1970 after 23 years of service. 

5lii-37 Juanita Russell b 9-28-1926 d 91 

5lli-38 Eugene Neal Russell b h-13-1935 d 92 

51I4-39 Mary Ilene Russell b 9-2CV1939 d 93 

Dora I&e attended Ionia normal after Bob's death and 
taught school for two years in Gratiot Coionty. She moved 
to Lansing and vrent to work for the State of Michigan. She 
took some courses in Central Michigan University and also in 
Michigan State University. 

Being well versed in Michigan lore, travel routes, etc., 
she transferred to the Tourist Counsel as Information Clerk 
and the last eleven years of her State service were in the 
Highway Dept., where she traveled extensively as Acting 
Supervisor in nine Travel Centers. At the time of retire- 
ment, 1-15-1972, she was Departmental Executive in Info3> 
mation Services of the Highway Department, 



8Ii 



5lli-l6 Membership, Social and Civic affairs in which she participated: 

Life member of the Eastern Star 

Past Worthy Matron of Eastern Star 

Lansing Business Women' s Clxib member 

Head of Polio Program in Gratiot Co. from time of its in- 
duction until she moved aivay in 19^2 

Chainnan of Ithaca U.S.O, during World War II 

Chairman of Santa Claus Clvib of Ithaca 

Office Manager of Gratiot Co. Fair for several years 

Secretary and Reporter of Ithaca Chapter of the American 
Legion of Women's Clubs for several years 

Active in Westminster Guild of 1st Presbyterian Chiirch 

Participated in Red Cross Drives 

Robert J. Russell 10-17-188? to 11- 1-19^6 

Robert J, Russell 59, Advertizing Manager of the Gratiot 
County Herald with -which he had been associated for almost 
h2 years, passed away suddenly at his home in Ithaca, last 
Friday afternoon after only a few hours illness. 

...Ch November 23, 1915 he married Harriet Fleraming who 
passed away in 1928, On February 28, 1930 he married Dora 
Mae Elliott. 

At the age of l8, ifey 1, 1905 Mr, Russell went to work 
for the Herald as apprentice printer. He soon became a 
competent printer and was made foreman of the plant which 
position he held until 1919, At that time he was made Ad- 
vertizing Manager and held that position at the time of his 
passing. 

Traveling throughout the county at his work he had an 
opportunity to meet people in all walks of life, making 
countless acquaintances, many of which developed into warm 
friendships. Always busy, he never spared hinself to do 
little kindnesses for his friends, renembering the sick and 
aged with some token that will endear his memoiy to many 
throughout the county. 

A serious accident in 193h nearly cost his life and ended 
his golfing days but he continued active in many other fields. 
He was secretary of Ithaca Lodge F & AM No, 123 at the time of 
his passing, a past patron of ityrtle Chapter No. 56 O.E.S. 
and had previously been active in the Masonic Chapter and 
Knights Templar. He was a member of the Presbyterian Church 
and had served on the board of trustees and had taken part 
in countless other community activities. He recently ccbbi- 
pleted 25 years with the Ithaca Fire Dept., many years as 
chief, and was presented a gold wrist watch upon retirement 
from active duty last spring. 

He suffered another accident in April last year, from 
which he never fully recovered. his former health, • 

As a young man he took an active part in sports, was an 
excellent tennis player, amateur boxer, and baseball player. 



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5lU-l6 Robert J, Russell con't. 

Later he was one of the better golfers of the local club, 
of which he was a charter member and served as secretary. 

Funeral services took place Monday afternoon at the 
Presbyterian Church with Rev, K. G. Gaige of East Lansing, 
a fonner Ithaca pastor, officiating. The local Vasonic 
Lodge attended in a body and he was carried to his final 
resting place in the Ithaca Cemetery by six McCall brothers, 
with whose family he had worked all his life. 

Services at the grave were in charge of Grand Junior War- 
den H, P. Cole, of the Uasonic Lodge, and final prayer by 
the Lodge Chaplain, Claud Maxwell, ,., 

(Edited Obit, from Gratiot County Herald, Ithaca, Mich, ) 

Slh-n CLINTCfM ALCNZO KIIfl,!EL (CLINTY) b 7-30-1899 in rural Ash- 76 
ley, Jlichigan, Son of Althea Elliott (Spaulding, Adin, 
Thomas, Joseph) and Lon Kinnnel. 

m 5- 9-1931, Thelma Carothers. b 2-27-1911 in Lansing, 230 
Mich, d 6-11-1971 of myocardial infarction and arter- 
iosclerotic heart disease in the car with Clinty on way 
home from doctor's office. Da, of Frank (b 1862 in St, 
Louis, Itlch. d 10-12-1 9U9) and Eva L, (Below) Caroth- 
ers (b 1871 in Ohio, d 1958.) 

93 
93 
93 

9h 



5ll)-l;0 


Lester Clinton Kimmel 


b 


7-31-1932 


d 


5lii-ia 


Duane Milford Kimmel 


b 


8- 1-1 931 


d 


5lii-i|2 


Tianieta Elaine 


b 


9*21-1936 


d 


Slh-h3 


Ivan Eugene 


b 


10-27-1937 


d 




Twylah 


b 


I93B 


d 


SlM-hh 


Ruth Arlene 


b 


11-12-1 9U0 


d 




PhiUis 


b 


19la 


d 




Jlonald 


b 


I9U2 


d 


Slh-hS 


Jamfts Richard 


b 


1- 9-19lj3 


d 




Joyce 


b 


19hh 


d 




Bonnie and Connie 


b 


19U5 


d 


Slh-h6 


Sharilyn Ann 


b 


10- 3-1 9U6 


d 


5lii-l;7 


Rose Maiy 


b 


5-2>19U8 


d 



1038 

1913 
19li3 

19L5 
19i;5 



9h 
9U 



9li 
9k 



5ll;-l8 ARCHIE KM.IEL b 1-11-1901 in rm-al Ashley, itlchigan, 76 

Sun of Althea Elliott (Spaulding, Adin, Ihomas, Joseph) 
and Lon Kimmel. 

m Larena MLkesell. b 1-29-1907 in North Star Ttrp,, Gra- 
tiot Co., Mich, Da, of Pat VJJcesell, 

Truman Kimnel b 8-20-1926 d 

Donna Kimmel b 11- Ii-1930 d 



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5lii-l8 Flossie Kimmel b 12-12-1932 d 

Harold Kiinmel b 8- 8-1935 d 

5li;-19 BEUIAH KIMffiL b U-lU-1903. d 11- 1-1971 of cancer. 76 

Bu. in North Star Gem. They lived all their married 
life on the farm inherited by D, C, Elliott but the house 
he had built was sold and replaced by a two story one. 

m li-l6-1922, Devrey Coleman, b 3-22-1898 in Gratiot Co., 
Michigan, In 1971 he moved to North Star, 

Kenneth Coleman b 11- 9-1921 d 

Loma Coleman b 3- 5-1926 d 

Eloa Coleman b 5-13-1930 d 

5lii-20 SARAH ELLIOTT Named after her Grandmother Elliott, 76 

b 7-15-1912 in North Star Twp,, Gratiot Co,, Mich, Da, 
of Clint (Spaulding, Adin, Thomas, Joseph) and Lilliam 
Conklin . 

m 6-2l;-1933 at home in rural North Star, Robert Wetzel, 
b 12-21-1906 in Qnerson Twp, Son of Charles and Eva 
(Hellman) Wetzel of Emerson Twp,, Gratiot Co, Bob 
bought and operated the clothing store in Ithaca, Mich, 

5lii-i;8 David Wetzel b 8-l8-19iiO d 95 

Michael Wetzel b 7- 3-19U3 d 

Helen Wetzel b 12- 6-19U5 d 

5lii-21 IRENE EDNA SINCLAIR b 3-11-1910 in Lansing, Mich, Da. 76 

of Belle Elliott (Hart, Spaulding, Adin, Thcanas, Joseph) 
and Ralph Sinclair, 

m 5-2I4-I93I in Lansing, Mich,, Leland Bernard Brown. 

b 5-30-1909 in St, Louis, Mich. Son of Albert E, Brown 
(b 9- 3-1873) and Dorothy Butler (b 12-20-1879) 

95 
95 
9^ 
96 

9(> 



5lii-22 ROBERT GLIDE KISER b" 9-30193!; in St; Louis, Mich, Son 77 

of Any Elliott (Hart, Spaulding, Adin, Thomas, Joseph) and 
Glide Klser, Robert lived in Elwell in I962. 



5lii-li9 


Richard Lee Brown 


b 


6-26-1932 


d 


5lii-50 


Leland Bernard Jr, 


b 


6-15-1 93I1 


d 


5lii-5i 


David Leroy 


b 


6-l>l937 


d 


5ll;-52 


Ruth Naomi 


b 


8- 2-19U0 


d 


5m-53 


Raymond Edgar 


b 


9-15-I9I4I; 


d 




Sharon Kay Brown 


b 


2-28-19U9 


single 



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5114-22 in 6-27-1951, WUa Jean Husted. 

Randy Dale Kiser b 7- 8-1955 d 

Judy I;7nn Kiser b 10-19^1957 d 

Terry Glide Kiser b 7-28-1960 d 

5m-23 SHIRLEY ANN KISER b 5- 3-1937. Da. of Aj^y Elliott (Hart, 77 

SpauLding, Adin, Thomas, Joseph) and Glide Kiser. 

m 9-11-1955, Dale IJLoyd Husted. 

Robert Gale Husted b 12-28-1959 d 

5lii-2U VIRGIL T.ELVIN BAIUEY b 7- 9-1 <a8 In St, Louis, Mich. Son 77 

of Haze] Elliott (Hart, Spaulding, Adin, Ihonas, Joseph) 
and Carl Wm. Bailey 



m 



11- 8-19lj2 in Yuma, Galifomia, Betty Jane C ranker. 

b 6-15-1925 in Dearborn, Mich. Da. of William Ray 

(b 2-23-1887) and Kathiyn (Green) Cranker (b 11- 2-1889) 

Nancy Ellen Bailey b 8-13-19ii8 d 

Deborah Ann Bailey b 3-15-1951 d 

Rebecca Lynn Bailey b 12- 8-1951i d 

Virgil \7illiam Bailey b 12- 8-1956 d 

5lii-25 DELBERT CARL BAILEY b 10- 5-1920 in St. Louis, Mich. 77 

Son of Hazel Elliott (Hart, Spaulding, Adin, Thomas, Jos- 
eph) and Carl Wm. Bailey 

m Ina Mae Funk, b 7- 1-1926 in Montana. Da, of David 
and Anne ( — ) Fimk of Minnesota. 

Warren Carl Bailey b 10- U-19U9 in Illinois 

Wesley Delbert Bailey b 2- 7-1952 in Washington 
Thomas John Bailey b o_ 7-1955 d 11-13-1970 

5lij-26 FLORENCE IRH^E BAILEY b 0-22-1921; in Dewitt, Michigan. 77 

Da. of Hazel Elliott (Hart, Spaulding, Adin, Thcmas, Jos- 
eph) and Carl Vftn. Bailey 



m 



IO-IOI9U2 in San Francisco, California, 
William Lepard Saunders. b 8-27-l?l8 in Buchanan, Mich, 
Son of Lewis Lepard (b IB76) and Alice (Duf au3 ) Sainders 
(b 5- -1886) 



88 



5li4-26 



^li4-5U 


Alice Irene Saunders 


b 


8- 7-1913 


d 


96 


5lii-55 


Barbara Louise 


b 


3-IU-19U7 


d 


96 


5lh-56 


Catherine Helen 


b 


6- 2-19U9 


d 


97 




Theresa Jane 


b 


2- 2-1952 


single 





51U-27 I.ELVIN LLOYD PEACH b 3- 9-1923 in St, Louis, Michigan. 78 
Son of ELva Elliott (Hart, Spaulding, Adin, Thomas, Jos- 
eph) and Lloyd Peach, 

Melvin lives in Grand Rapids, Mich., and is a self -era- 
ployed dry-cleaner. He teaches both Sunday and Bible 
school. 

m 7-214-1953 in St. Louis, Itich., Evelyn Jean Zwedyk 
b 8-31-1929. Da. of William Zwedyk. 

Ronald Lee Peach b 11-3 0-1 96I adopted 
Timothy Alan Peach b 5-26-1965 adopted 

5lli-26 MARIAN LOUISE PEACH b 2-18-1928 in St. Lotiis, Michigan 78 
Da. of Elva Elliott (Hart, Spaulding, Adin, Thomas, Joseph) 
and Iloyd Peach. 

m 12-15-1 9U6, Duane Acker. b 6-2li-1926 in Aljna, Mich. 
Son of Charles and Eva, (Wood) Acker of Alma. 

Duane is a factory worker at Alma Piston Plant. 

5lh-57 Janet Louise Acker b 3-2i4-1950 d 97 

Jimmie Duane Acker b 8-27-1952 d 

5li;-29 EVEL™ JOYCE PEACH b 11-27-1939 in St. Louis, Michigan. 78 
Da. of Elva Elliott (Hart, Spaulding, Adin, Thomas, Joseph) 
and Lloyd Peach. 



m 



5-26-1962 by Rev, C, E. Vemilyea at the Baptist Church 

in St. Loiiis, Richard Wesley Pawson 

b 2- 8-1938. Son of Leon Paws on of St. Louis. 

Dick spent two years in the Aimed Services. He is 
Purchasing Agent for Dow-Coming, Hemlock, Mich. 

Scott Richard Paws on b 9- 8-1961; d 
Debra Lynne Paws on b 5-13-1968 d 

Debra Lynne is the first girl bom into the Pawson 

family since I88I. 

5lli-30 DORIS EUINE PEACH b 7-l6-19la. Da. of Elva Elliott 78 
(Hart, Spaulding, Adin, Thomas, Joseph) and Lloj'd Peach. 



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5lU-30 m S-lU-1960 in the St. Lords Baptist Church, 

Bernard Joseph DeRosia. b 8-12-1936. Son of Alex 
DeRosia (d 7-28-I96O) 

Bernard is employed at the Lobdell Emery Mfg. Co., 
Alma, Michigan. 

Steven Joseph DeRosia b 7-19-1963 d 
Jeffrey Lee DeRosia b 10- 9-1965 d 
Kristin Ann DeRosia b 1-25-1969 d 

51U-3I ELEANOR LOUISE ELLIOTT (EU.IE) b 7-23-1937 in Lansing, 78 

Mich. Da. of Vernon (F, C, Spaulding, Adin, Thomas, 
Joseph) and Virginia Hombeck. 

Graduated from the University of Michigam in 1959 with 
a degree in Journalism. She was a feature writer for The 
Flint Journal until her marriage. 

m 2-15-1969 in Flint, Michigan, Edmund Begole Brormell (Ted) 
b 5-21-1926 in Flint, Son of Roy Edmund, prominent law- 
yer (d 1971) and Chandler Begole (da. of Josiah Begole). 

From the University of Michigan Ted earned his 3»A., 
M.A, and Ph. D. degrees and from the Univ. of Virginia a 
law degree. He practices in Flint, Michigan. 

Roy Edmund (Reb) b U-29-1970 d 

Virginia Chandler b 10-27-1971 d 

(Ginanne) b 12:26 A.?,(., 7^ lU oz. 
Josiah Begole (J.B.) b 9-114-1975 d 
b 1:23 P.M., 10^ 13 oz. 

51U-32 VERNON DARIUS ELLIOTT b 5- 3-19Ui In Mason, Michigan. 78 

Son of Vernon (D, C, Spaulding, Adin, Thomas, Joseph) and 
Virginia Hombeck. 

Vem graduated from Western LtLch, University in i960 
with a BJi, degree in Physical Ed. He is a High School 
coach and is a partner in a farm enterprise ovmed by D. D, 
Diehl and Sons. 

m 8-12-1966 in Dansville, Michigan. Methodist Church, 

Rebecca Ann Diehl (Becky). b lO-30-19Ui in Dansville. 
Da. of David Douglas Diehl and ?terian Pugsley of Hart, 

Michigan, 

Becky received a B.S. in Home Economics at Michigan 
State University. Teaches. 

Vernon Darius Elliott I 2- 1-1970 d 

Daniel Diehl Elliott b 7- 5-1972 d 



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51U-33 HAIHDA ELLIOTT Her name is an anagram of Adrian, 81 

b 12-11-193U in Ithaca, Michigan, Da. of Adrian (D, C, 
Spaulding, Adin, Thomas, Joseph) and Ruth Bnmdage. 

Nairda worked for the Singer Sewing Machine Co., in 
Petoskey and in Lansing as saleslady and is a representative 
of the Bee Line Corp. In December 1971, she iras hospital- 
ized with a s\d>-arachnoid hemorrhage on the left sida of the 
brain. She recovered her eyesight and muscle control after 
a few months partly due to her strength of character. 

m(l) 9-25-195U in Petoskey, Mich,, James John Crandall 

b lO-lii-1935, Son of Donald Wm, and Frances .(-Berdecke) 
Crandall . 

Jim spent two years in the U.S. Array in Combat Engin- 
eers and joined the Lansing Police Dept. in I96I, He is 
a Detective and teaches in Lansing Community College, 
Div. 2- 3-1973 

m(2) 3-16-1 97U in Lansing, James Allen Monroe, div. with 
two sons. b 5-28-1936. 

He is an engineer. In 1975, and twice in I976, he 
underwent surgery in the Henry Ford Hospital, 

Kimberly Kay Crandall b 7-29-I957 d stillborn 
Tami Renee' Crandall b 12-31-1963 d 

Adopted ij-23-1964 in Lansing, Michigan. 

5ll-3ii BONNIE KEY ELLIOTT b 1- 5-1937 in Lansing, Mich. Da. of 8I 

Adrian, (D. C, Spaulding, Adin, Thomas, Joseph) and Ruth 
Brundage . 

In 1956-1957, she was the Winter Sports Queen of Petoskey 
and of Michigan, 

m 6-li|-1958 in the First Presbyterian Church in Petoskey, 

Kenneth Carl Ruonavaara, b 2-16-1935 in Upper Peninsula, 
Mchigan. In 1975, he mas Lieutenant in charge of the 
Bridgeport station of the Mich, State Police. 

Scott Kenneth Ruonavaara b 6- 6-I96O d 9- U-1970 

of brain hemorrhage in Romeo, Michigan 
Todd Elliott Ruonavaara b 12-lli-1962 d 

5lii-35 JEAN ANN ELLIOTT b U-23-1935 in Lansing, Mich. She was 82 

a premature baby, one of twins, the other stillborn. She 
weighed 3# 8 oz., and was bom at ll:i;0 P,M, Da. of Max 
(D,C,, Spaulding, Adin, Thomas, Joseph) and Evelyn Ostrom. 

Jeanie has a B.A, degree from Mich, State University, 
major in Child Development and is a member of Kappa Kappa 
Gamma Sorority, She teaches in Chesterton, Indiana. 



91 



5ll-35 m 1-28-1958 in the Aliomni Memorial Chapel on canpus in 

East Lansing, by Rev. Vta. Kuhen, assisted by Rev. Chas. 
Ostrom, Lee C. Lathrop. b 6- 3-1935 in Lansing. 
Son of Esban Lathrop of Florida. 

Lee, a graduate of Mich. State Univ., majored in In- 
surance and is a member of the Alpha Kappa Pai Fraternity. 
He is vice-pres. of Great Lakes Mortgage Co., and president 
of Independent Ins. Ass'n of Indiana. 

Brian Lathrop b 12-16-1959 d 

Lorri Ann Lathrop b 10-22-1962 d 

Lisa Lathrop b I4-I2-1965 d 

5ll;-36 THOMAS ELLIOTT BEAMISH (THOM) b U-2ii-1936 in Ithaca, 82 

Mich, weight: 7 lb. at 12:20 A.M. Son of Sara Jane 
Elliott (D, C, SpatQding, Adin, Thomas, Joseph) and 
T. 7/. Beamish. 

After one semester at Wayne State Univ., he enlisted 
in the U.S. Army and was assigned to Army Security Agency. 
He served in the U. S. and in Germany and was honorably 
discharged 12-31-1957, with a Good Conduct Award. 

He studied at V/ayne State Univ. smd graduated with a 
B.A, degree from San Francisco State College in 1962. He 
graduated from Wash. State Univ. at Pullman, Wash,, in 
August 1970 with a M, A, degree v/ith a major in Rhetoric 
and Communication Studies with Adult Education credentuals 
in Language Arts. 

He was a member of the Forensic Club at Wayne State Univ, 
and at San Francisco State College and is a member of the 
Pi Kappa Alpha National Fraternity, 

m 8-28-1962 in Pacific Grove, Calif,, Susan Gene Udell 157 

(Suzi) b 12- 2-19la in Alhambra, Calif. Da. of How- 
ard Klepper and Deloris Irma (Drum) Udell. 

Suzi spent two years at the Univ. of Calif, at Davis j 
one semester at the Univ. of Calif, at Berkley; and one 
semester at the Univ. of Vera Cruz, Jalapa, Mexico, ma- 
joring in Art. 

Erin Michelle Beamish b 5-2>1963 in San Francisco. 
Thomas Dylan Beamish b 8- 1-1 966 in Kalamazoo, 
Michigan. 

5lh-37 JUANITA RUSSELL b 9^28-1926 in Ithaca, Michigan, Da. of 83 

Dora Mae Elliott (E.G., Spaulding, Adin, Thomas, Joseph) 
and Cleo Bradley, She was adopted by Bob Ri;;s3ell when he 
married Dora Mae, 

m 12- 5-I9I43 in Ithaca at her parents' hone by Special Fei^ 



92 



?li;-37 mit for Marines on leave, Wayne Flegel. 

b 7-301922. Son of Fred and Leorie (Hattis) Flegel of 
Hamilton Twp,, Gratiot Co., Mich, 

Vi^ayne was in the U.S. Marine Corps 19ii2-19Ui. He was 
employed at Federal Mogxd Co., St. Johns, Mich., until 
1970 when he retired as foreman and bought a hardware 
store in Elsie. The family joined the Catholic Church in 
195- . 



5U-58 


liLchael Wayne Flegel 


b l-29-19i;5 


d 




Lee Ann Flegel 


b 8-15-19^47 


d 




Holds B.A. degree 


in Sociology from Mich. State 




Univ, She works 


in Detroit. 




511-59 


Dane Ryan Flegel 


b 2-lii-1950 


d 




Marie Flegel 


b 12- 3-195U 


d 




Pamella Flegel 


b l2-2ii-1956 


d 



97 



97 



5lii-38 EUGENE NEAL RUSSELL (GENE) b I4-13-1935 in Ithaca, Mich. 83 

Son of Dora Mae Elliott (D. C, Spaulding, Adin, Thomas, 
Joseph) and Robert J, Russell 

In 1957 he received B.S. and Engineering degrees 
from Mich, State Univ. In 1958, he received his H.A. degree 
from the same university and in the summer of I96I; studied 
in Oklahoma State Univ. He taught Engineering at Michigan 
State Univ. for seven years. He was Ass't Engineer for the 
City of Lansing and in 1975, he is Professor of Engineering 
at Lansing Community College, where he has taught for sev- 
eral years. He is active in Boy Scouts, social and civic 
affairs . 

m 12-28-1957 at St, Michael's Church, Pontiac, Mich,, 

Karine Margaret Klinkhamer (Kay), b 12- 8-1935 in Pon- 
tiac, Da. of Benjamin Heniy and Marie Clarissa (Patterson) 
Klinkhamer . 

Kay graduated with a B.A, degree in teaching from Mich. 
State Univ. and taught one year in the Lansing schools. 

Stephen Eugene Russell b 1- S^1959 d 

Timothy John Russell b IO-IO-I96O d 

Ann Marie Riossell b 3-30-1962 d 

Susan Michelle Russell b 6-25-1965 d 

5lii-39 MARY ILENE RUSSELL b 9-20-1939 in Ithaca, Mich, Da. of 83 

Dora Mae Elliott (D, C, Spaulding, Adin, Thomas, Joseph) 
and Robert J, Russell. 

m 7- 3-1962 in the Naval Base Chapel, Long Beach, California, 
Frederick Vfilliam White of Lancaster, Pa, b 8-16-1 9U2. 
Son of Richard V/hite who works for Congoleum (Annstrong) 



93 



^lh-39 Co., Lancaster, Pa, Separated in 197^. 

Fred was an Electronics Engineer in the U.S. Navy 
aboard ship "Yorktown." Discharged in I963, he worked for 
IBM in Long Beach and transferred in 1966 to Dearborn, 
Michigan, and to Ann Arbor in 1973. 

Charles 7/hite b 10- 7-I969 adopted 

Slii-UO LESTER CLINTON KDffiEL b 7-31-1^32 Ashley, Michigan. 85 

Son of Clinty Kimmel (Althea Elliott, Spaialding, Adin, 
Thomas, Joseph) and Hazel Carothers. Factorj- worker. 

m 7- 8-1955, Bemeda May Nieman. b 8-lli-1938 

Ronald Arthur Kimmel b 5- ii-1956 d 



Carol Jean Kimmel 


b 


^25-1957 


d 


Christine June 


b 


10-2^1958 


d 


Susan Leslie 


b 


2- 6-1960 


d 


David Alan Kimmel 


b 


8-16-1962 


d 


Ellen Leslie Kimmel 


b 


11-21-1 96U 


d 



5m-Ul DUANE MILFORD KDaiEL b 8- 1-1 93h. Son of Clinty Kimmel 85 

(Althea Elliott, Spaulding, Adin, Thomas, Joseph) and Hazel 
Carothers. Duane is a f act orj' worker. 

m(l) 3-11-1955, Onalee Ann 0' Boyle. 

Divorced 6-27-I96O 
m(2) 6-26-1965, Iferilyrme Anne (Tait) Bigjoe 

b IO-28-I9UI. Children by her first rarriage: 

Debra Lee Bigjoe b 10-26h-1961 in Michigan 
Michael James Bigjoe ^21-1963 in Indiana 

Karen Anne Kimmel b ^25-1955 d 

Jeffery Michael b k- 7-1957 d 

James Edgar Kimmel b 10- 1-1958 d 

Sheila Margaret b IO-IU-I967 d 

5li4-l42 MNIETA ELAINE KBJMEL b 9-21-1936 in rural Ashley, Mich. 85 

Da. of Clinty Kimmel (Althea Elliott, Spaulding, Adin, 
Thomas, Joseph) and Hazel Carothers. 

m h- 8-1955, Russell William Nieman. b 12-21-1936. 
Russell is a gas station attendant and mechamic. 

Robert Eugene Nieman b 12-30-1952 d 

Debbie Lee Nieman b 7- '>-l°55 d 

Michael James Nieman b 12- 1-1957 d 

Cindy Lou Nieman b 12-31-1958 d 



9U 



5lU-ii3 IVAN EUGENE KIMMEL b 10-3 7-1937 in rural Ashley, Mich, 85 
Son of Clinty Kimmel (Althea Elliott, Spaulding, Adin, 
Thomas, Joseph) and Hazel Carothers. 

m 9-26-1970, Connie Kaye Hampton. b 9-26-1953- 

Brian Lee Kijranel b 9-16-1971 d 

5lli-i4i RUTH ARLENE KIMWEL b 11-12-1910 in rural Ashley, Mich. 85 

Da. of Clinty Kimmel (Althea Elliott, Spaulding, Adin, 
Thomas, Joseph) and Hazel Carothers 

m 11-22-1958, Joseph Charles Malek. b 3-19-1 9U0. 
Farmer and factory worker. 

Tammy Davm Malek b 8-26-I96I d 

Monte Joseph Malek b 6-2U-1965 d 

51I4-U5 JAMES RICHARD KBOffiL b 1- 9-19ii3. Son of Clinty (Althea 85 

Elliott, Spaulding, Adin, Thomas, Joseph) and Hazel Car- 
others. James is a factory worker. 

m 14-29-1967, Judy Cooper. b 1;- 28-1 9lil; • 

Jana Lee Kimmel b U-27-I969 d 

5lii-U6 SHARILYN ANN KIMMEL b 10- 3-1916. Da. of Clinty (Althea 85 

Elliott, Spaulding, Adin, Thomas, Joseph) and Hazel Car- 
others. 

m 5-23-1 96U, James Oren Chilcoat Jr. b I9U2. 
Factory worker, 

Michael James Chilcoat b I96U d 1965 

Shari Ijmn Chilcoat b I967 d 

5lij-lj7 ROSE MARY KBIMEL b 5-23-1 9U8. Da. of Clinty (Althea 85 

Elliott, Spaulding, Adin, Thomas, Joseph) and Hazel Car- 
others . 

m 6- 6-1960, Arthur Joe Bancroft. b 3-11-1 9i;3 

Div. 3-2U-I960 from Jordan. 

Art is a factory worker, 

Joe Lavem Bancroft b IO-13-I962 d 
Jerry Marvin Bancroft b 3- U-196ii d 
Virginia Alice b 3- i;-1965 d 



95 



5li;-U7 Ida Marian Bancroft b 7- U-1966 d 
Timothy James Bancroft 7-I7-I967 d 

5U-I48 DAVID ELLIOTT TOTZEL b 8-I8-I9UO in Ithaca, Michigan. 66 

Son of Sarah Elliott (Clinton, Spauldinp, Adin, Thomas, 
Joseph) and Robert Wetzel. 

m 5-19-1962 in Ithaca Methodist Church, 

Sheila Fay Willert. Da. of Ray Willert of Ithaca. 

Slh-k9 RICHARD LEE BRCHVN b 6-26-1932 in Lansing, Michigan. Son 86 

of Irene E. Sinclair (Belle Elliott, Hart, Spaulding, 
Adin, Thomas, Joseph) and Leland B. Brown 



m 



10-23-19i49 in Indianapolis, Ind., Betty Yates 

b 10-22-1931. Da. of Rufus Leonard Yates (b 11- 9- 

1905) and Grace Mae Coulter fb 2-17-1905) 

Richard Joseph Brovm b 3- 3-1951 d 



Daniel B. Brown 


b 


icv 5-1952 


d 


Charles M. BroTm 


b 


9- 2-1 95U 


d 


Gerald D. Brown 


b 


12-20-1955 


d 


Steven W, Brown 


b 


h- 2-1959 


d 


Timothy L. Brovm 


b 


12-19-1960 


d 


Samuel Brown 


b 


12-25-1962 


d 


James M. Brown 


b 


2-26-I96U 


d 


Dawn Charlene Brown 


b 


3-21-1968 


d 



51I4-5O LELAND BEroiARD BRCTVN, JR. b 6-15-193U in Lansing, I&ch. 86 

Son of Irene E. Sinclair (Belle Elliott, Hart, Spaulding, 
Adin, Thomas, Joseph) and Leland B. Brown 

m 8- 5-1955 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Lorene Apple gate 

b 6- 5-1935. Da. of Ernest E. Applegate (b 10-2U-19lli) 
and Marjorie Z, Cowen (b 12- 8-1906) 

Kathy Lynn Brown b 9-13-1956 d 

Mark Brown b 8-12-1957 d 

Gary Brown b 8-21-1959 d 

51I4-5I DAVID LEROY BROWN b 6-13-1937 in Los Angeles, California 86 

Son of Irene E. Sinclair (Belle Elliott, Hart, Spaulding, 
Adin, Thomas, Joseph) and Leland B, Brxwn 



m 



10-22-1960 in Spring Lake, I.ich. Susan Smith 

b 7-16-1939. Da. of Raymond E, Smith (b U-22-1898) 

and Edith Spencer (b i;-30-190i;) 



96 



5lli-5l 


Shelly BrOT.Ti 


b 


7-28-1962 


d 




Stacia Brown 


b 


10.31-1965 


d 




Kevin Brovm 


b 


h- 9-1967 


d 




Kiel Brovm 


b 


6-301971 


d 



5li--52 RUTH NAC1!I BROT/'N b 8- 2-19^0 in Petoskey, Mich. ■ Da. of 86 

Irene E. Sinclair (Belle Elliott, Hart, Spaulding, Adin, 
Thomas, Joseph) and Leland B. Brown. 

m 10-28-1961 in Mt. Vernon, Ohio, John Butcher, Jr. 

b 5- 3-1939. Son of John Butcher (b IO-I7-I899) and 
Lillian Mae Hissong (b 3- 5-1907) 

Melinda Lou Butcher b 5-13-1963 d 
Diana Renee Butcher b 6- 1;-1965 d 

$lh-^3 RAY150ND EDGAR BROV/N b 9-15-loUi in Duluth Mnn. • Son of 86 

Irene E, Sinclair (Belle Elliott, Hart, Spaulding, Adin, 
Thomas, Joseph) and Leland B. Brcfvm 

m in Grand Rapids, Mchigan, Shirley Ryzy 

b 8-10-1915. Da. of Paul Ryzy (b 8- 1|-1915) and 
Dorothy Kuzaiva (b 8- 2-1 919) 

Francine Marie Brovm b IO-2I-I966 d 
Scott E. Brown b 12-lli-1970 d 

5lii-5ij ALICE IRENE SAIM)ERS b 8- 7-19i43. Da. of Florence 88 

Bailey (Hazel Elliott, Hart, Spatdding, Adin, Thomas, 
Joseph) and Wm. L. Saunders. 

m 6-19-1961 San Diego, California, Timothy Galvin 

b 7-10-1 9liO in Santa Barbara, Calif. Son of Edward H. 
Galvin (b 12- 8-1915) and Maxy Connor (b 9^ 9-1518) 

Rene Anne Galvin b 7- I-I963 d 

William Edward Galvin b 5-I8-I96U d 
Shawn Patrick Galvin b 2- 6-I968 d 

5m-55 BARBARA LOUISE SAUNDERS b 3-1^-191^7. Da. of Florence 88 

Bailey (Hazel Elliott, Hart, Spaulding, Adin, Thomas, 
Joseph) and Wm. L. Saunders 



m 



10- 1-1965 in San Francisco, Calif., Danny Alvin Keller 
b 7- 7-1 9Wi in Texas. Son of Dan A. Keller (b k- h- 
1922) and Willie Lucille Goldston (b 8-18-1922) 



97 



Slh-55 Nikki Lorili Keller b U-16^1969 d 

Jacob LaVeme b 2-28-1971 d 

5lIj-56 CATHERINE HELEN SAUNDERS b 6- 2-19^9. Da. of Florence 68 

Bailey (Hazel Elliott, Hart, Spauldinc, Adin, Thomas, Jos- 
eph) and Tftn. L. Saunders 

m S^28-1968 in Roland, Aricansas, David A, Vaccari 

b 10-27-1 9li6 in Little Rock, Ark, Son of Raymond J. 
Vaccari (b 6^17-1919) and Edna Viola Turner (b 7-26-1 92U) 

David Anthony Vaccari b 12- U-I969 d 

5lit-57 JANET LOUISE ACKER b 3-21-1950 in St. Lo\iis, Michigan. 68 

Da. of Marian Peach (Elva Elliott, Hart, Spaulding, Adin, 
Thomas, Joseph) and Devrard Acker 

in 7- 6-1970, Duane ItLchael Crum. b 6-13-19ii8. 

Duane served with the U.S. Army in Germany in 1971. V.'as 
a student at Ferris State University. 

5li4-58 MICHAEL V.'AYNE FLEGEL b 1-29-1 9U5 in Ithaca, Michigan. He 91 

was born in Alma Hospital but mother lived in Ithaca. Son 
of Juanita Russell (Dora Mae Elliott, D. C, Spaulding, 
Adin, Thomas, Joseph) and liYayne Flegel. 

m 5^10-1965 in St. Joseph Catholic Church, St, Johns, Mich,, 
Margaret Ann Schaefer, b 5-30-19U5 in rural Ovid, Mich. 
Da, of Albert J. Schaefer , R.F.D, St. Johns, Michigan. 
Div. 1975 

Lori. Flegel b 9-12-1967 d 

Heather Flegel b 8-29-1969 d 

Wayne graduated from Ferris State University in Big 
Rapids, Mich, He lives in Elgin, Illinois, and is a United 
Airlines Flight Engineer, 

5lij-?9 DANE RYAN FLEGEL b 2-lli-1950 in St, Johns, Michigan, Son 50. 

of Juanita Russell (Dora Mae Elliott, D. C, Spaulding, 
Adin, Thomas, Joseph) and v:ayne Flegel 

He graduated from Mich, State Universitj' with a B,A, 
degree in 1973« 



m 



8-11-1973, Mary Ann Becker. Da. of A, B, Becker. 



98 



tf^MM^ ffVW<^ C'V<^*^) ffXK* 



51-5 HANNAH ELLIOTT (HAN) b 6-26-1839 in Fairfield Twp. , Lena- 
wee County, Michigan, d in Lenawee Co., Mchigan. Da, 
of Adin (Thomas, Joseph) and Phoebe Griffith. 

Han was very fat and jolly. It was she who had to turn 
sideways to get through a doorway. She moved to Kansas. 



he 



m(l) 185- , ITesley Waldon. 
m(2) 186- , Eugene Knapp. 
m(3) James Dodson (Dooky) 



Divorced . 



Phoebe ITaldon 
John V/aldon 
Ladd Knapp 
Docky Dodson 
Dodson 



b 
b 
b 
b 
b 



8-30-1856 



d 
d 
d 
d 
d 



i;- 5-1861; 



51-6 AD.IIRA ELLIOTT (Ml) b 5-26-l8Ui in Fairfield Twp., Lenawee 
County, Itichigan, d 12-25-1921 in LaGrande, Oregon. 
Da, of Adin (Thomas, Joseph) and Phoebe Griffith. 

They crossed The Great Plains from Missouri in a wagon 
train. They owned a large ranch in Union Co,, Oregon, bnt 
after Cal died she sold most of it, keeping only 6^0 acres. 
Varo (Blackie) Elliott visited her in 1921, 



h6 



m 



7-12-1867 at Canandaigua, Lenawee Co,, Michigan 

Calvin ;v. Knapp. b 6-3(^1839 in Lenawee County, 

d h-lh-1900 in LaGrande, Oregon, from a gunshot wound. He 

was a I^Iarshall and wi^s shot by a drunken Indian. He was 

also a rancher. 



Lodema Knapp 

m late in life. 



b d 

husband died in 195- . 



99 



51-7 JOHN HENRY ELLIOTT b 11- 7-l8Ii9 in Fairfield Twp. , Lenairee li6 

Co., Michigan. d 3-21-1922 in Toledo, Ohio. Son of A din 
(Thomas, Joseph) and Phoebe Griffith. 

in(l) 7- U-1869 in Seneca, Michigan, Charlotte A, Bleufield 

b 10-20-1850 in Medina, Michigan. 
m(2) 7-23-1876 in Medina, Mich., Charlotte A. Bleufield 

b 10-20-1850. 

Family story: Charlotte was part Indian and John H. 

paid $5.00 for her. Perhaps that is the reason he married 

her tirice. 

517- 1 Gertrude M. Elliott b 2-12-1872 d 5-27-1951 99 

517- 2 Charles E. Elliott b 8- 6^l87U d 9- -1953 99 

Addie R. Elliott b 10-22-1876 d 1930 
III Fred Gengnagel. No children. 

517- 3 Lulu B. Elliott b 3-27-1880 d 99 

Fred R. Elliott b 5- 9^1882 d 1919 
m Lena Bradley. No children. 

517- h Bessie L. Elliott b 3- 2-1885 d 1912 100 

517- 5 Floyd H. Elliott b 12-10-1887 d 1962 100 

517-1 GERTRUDE M. EIXIOTT b 2-12-1872 in Morenci, Michigan 99 

d 5-27-1951 in Morenci, Da. of John H. (Adin, Thomas, Jos- 
eph) and Charlotte Bleufield. 

m(l) 2-16-1892 in Morenci, Mich., Elmer Leach of Chicago, 
Illinois. b I868 in Ohio. Son of Frank and Iteria 
(Williams) Leach. Elmer was a railroader. Div. 

m(2) William B. Hetzner. b I867. d 6-18-195U. 

517-2 CHARLES E. ELLIOTT b 8- 6-I87U. d 9- -1953. Son of 99 

John H. (Adin, Thomas, Joseph) and Charlotte Bleufield. 
They lived in Elkhart, Indiana. 

m Rose Falis. 

Son dro\Tned at age of 9 in the river back of their home. 
Gladys Elliott b d 

m Weingart and moved to California. 

517-3 LULU BELLE ELLIOTT b 3-27-1880. d in Toledo, Ohio. 99 

She may have died in California where she lived sometime 
after 1951. Da. of John H. (Adin, Thomas, Joseph) and 
Charlotte Bleufield. 



100 



?17-3 ra Frank Lalilay 

Son b d stillborn 

517-U BESSrS L. ELUOTT b 3- 2-1885. d 1912. Da. of John H. 99 
(Adin, Thomas, Joseph) and Charlotte Bleufield. 

m James Mulcahey 

Daughter b d infancy 

517-5 FLOYD H. ELLIOTT b 12-10-1887. d I962, Son of John H. 99 
(Adin, Thomas, Joseph) and Charlotte Bleiofield. 

m 12-31-1915 in Chicago, HI., Ruth E. Nelson 

517- 6 John M. Elliott b U-IO-I9I8 d 100 

517- 7 Ruth Charlotte Elliott 192- d lOO 

517-6 JOHN M. ELLIOTT b i;-10-19l8. Son of Floyd (John H., Adin, 100 
Thomas, Joseph) and Ruth Nelson, 

m(l) Doris Richardson. Divorced. 
m(2) Josephine Greenman 

Jonathan Clarke Elliott b 2- 6-1 9U6 d 
Susan Kay Elliott b 5-15-1955 d 

517-7 RUTH CHARLOTTE ELLIOTT b 192-. Da. of Floyd (John H,, 100 

Adin, Thomas, Joseph) and Ruth Nelson. 

m Robert B« Boone 

Nancy Jean Boone b 5-l5-19Ui d 



101 



5-2 ISRAEL ELLIOT b l8l 0-1812 in Greene, Chenango Co., ?tew York Ii5 

Son of Thomas Elliot (Joseph) and Kaussiah Dury. 

m Juliette Shaylor. b 2- 7-1812 in Pennsylvania, 

d 2- 8-1633 in New York, Da. of George v;, Shaylor (b 6- 
16-1790, d 8-13-1851; ) and Olive Clark (b 1-31-1791. 
d 2- 7-1877) They were of Irish descent and lived in Brad- 
ford Co,, Pa. 

Thomas Elliott b d 

A shoemaker by trade. The addition of the extra t to 
the name ivas in l833-ii. 

52- 1 Frederick Elliott b 2- U-1833 d 2-12-1905 101 



52-1 FREDERICK ELLIOTT b 2- ii-l833in Coventry', New York. 101 

d 2-12-1905 in Chenango Forks, New York. Son of Israel 
(Thomas, Joseph) cind Juliette Shaylor. 

He was raised by his grandparents Shaylor in Bradford Co., 
Pa» He limped because when yo\xng he T/as the victim of a fall- 
ing tree which broke his leg. In I863, Frederick and his fan- 
ily settled on the old Elliot 60 acre farm near Castle Creek 
and Chenango Forks in Broome Co., N.Y. 

m 1-27-1857, Maryette Burton. b 1837 in East Troy, N.Y. 
d 1911 in Chenango Forks, N.Y. Da, of Stephen Burton 
(d 1890) and I,iary Elizabeth Smith of CHeida, N.Y. 

52- 2 Almon Burdette Elliott b 5-21-1858 d ^30-1911; 101 

52-2 ALMON BUHDETTE ELLIOTT b 5-2l4-l858. d ' 6-30-1 9Ui in an Id 

auto accident. Son of Frederick (Israel, Thomas, Joseph) 
and Mar:/ette Burton. 

In 1900, he lived in Barker, N.Y, He was a jeweler by 
trade and an expert rifle shot. 

m(l) It-13-1882, Minnie Etta Zwickey. b 7-12-1860 in TWtt- 
bv, Ontario, Can. d 1-18-1933 in Kennore, N.Y. Da, of 
John Zwickey (b 7-I8-I832 in Ont., Can. d 6-15-1895 in 
Buffalo, N.Y.) and Anna Elizabeth Jo:,'-ce (b I838 in Al- 
banjr, N.Y. d 3-21-1921 in Buffalo. ) 

m(2) 1893, llaude Etta Doane. b 7-13-1873. d 1- 5-l'^17 



b 10-13-1881; 


d 


9-29-1975 


102 


b 3-12-1887 


d 


7-21-1973 


102 


b 1-12-1897 


d 




102 



102 



1:^2-2 Da, of Y.'illiam E, Doane and Alma Storm. 1 

ni(3) 7-li;-19l8, Llartha E. C.miton) Meny. b I867. -H 

d 7-11-1936. Da. of Oliver Yfalton and Sarah E, Lakey. 
in(l4) 8- 7-1938, Carrie Ethel (Shaylor) Laird. b 6-II-I883. 

d 7_ 5_i9l;l^. Da, of Andrew D, Shaylor. 

52- 3 Frederick Almon Elliott 
52- U Willis Edwin Elliott 
52- 5 Harold Burton Elliott 

52-3 FREDERICK ADiON ELLIOTT ' b 10-13-1881; in Lockport, New Yoric, 102 

d 9-29-1975 in Sidney. N,y. Son of Almon B. (Frederick, 
Israel, Thomas, Joseph) and I'dnnie Zwickey. 
Fred was an optometrist in Sidney, N,Y. 

m 8-12-1 9L2, Jessica Mae T/atts. b 11- 8-1885. Da. of Ed- 
ward Freeman Watts (b 3-ll-l81ii, d 1;-12-1923) and Harriet 
Wadman (b 7-lU-l8i;5 or 8- 9-l8i;5. d 12-23-1918) 

52- 6 Theodore Frederick b 11- 5-1913 d 102 

52-7 tiar jorie Joan Elliott b 8- 5^1916 d 102a 

52-1; IHLLIS EDITIN ELLIOTT b -3-12-1887 in ?Jhitney Pt., New York. 102 

d 7-2l;-1973 in Kenmore, New York. Son of Almon B, (Freder- 
ick, Israel, Thomas, Joseph) and Minnie ZTdckey, 

m 6-25-1912, Ada Freada VoUc. b 12- I-I886. d 1;- 8-197U. 
Da. of Herman Carl Volk and Freada Hannah Brenner. 

Dorothea Ada Elliott b 7-25-1915 d 

Willis EdvTin Elliott b d 

Gertrude Elliott b d 

52-5 HEROLD BURTON ELLIOTT b 1-12-1897' in Union City, New York. 102 

Son of Almon B, (Frederick, Israel, Thomas, Joseph) and 
I.5aude Etta Doame. 

m 12-15-1923, Lillian my Olmstead. b 3- I-I899, Da. of 
Burdette Rozem Olmstead and Agnes L. Hayes, 

Sandra Elliott b d 

52-6 THEODORE FREDERICK ELLIOTT b '11- 5-19L3'in Sidney, New York. 102 
Son of Frederick A. (Almon B., Frederick, Israel, Thomas, 
Joseph) and Jessica Mae T/^atts, 

Ted is an optometrist in Sidney, New York, 

f 



102a 



^2-6 in(l) 3- I-I9I42, I.lary Joyce Sallust. b R- 1-1 9?1. 

m(2) 6- 7-19ii6, La Rue Haynie. b 8-20-I920. Da. of leon- 
ard IJ. Haynie (b 5-12-18 ?3. d ii-ll-l''73) and Hazel 
G. (— ) Haynie (b 1- 9-18 98) of Alanosa, Colorado. 

52- 8 Nancy Joyce Elliott b 10-28-lPli2 d 102a 

52- 9 Robert Frederick Elliott b 7-lU-19ii9 d 102a 

52-7 MRJORIE JOAN ELLIOTT b 8- 9-1916 in Sidney, N.Y; Da. of 102 

Frederick A, (Almon B,, Frederick, Israel, Thomas, Joseph) 
and Jessica V&e T/atts. 



m 



7- U-I9U3 in Bethesda, Md., John Edward Tobey. 



Christopher E. Tobey b 7-11-1 9U8 d 

52-10 Patricia A, Tobey b 10-26-1950 d 102a 

52-8 ilAHCY JOYCE- ELLIOTT ' b 10-28-1 9li2. Da. of Theodore r. (Fred- 102a 
erick A,, Almon B,, Frederick, Israel, Thomas, Joseph) and 
Marj-- J, Sallust. 

m 8-12-1966, Alden B. Tueller. b 9-2-1939. 

Michael Alden Tueller b 8-17-1968 d 

Scott Elliott Tueller b 3-15-1970 d 

Lance Reed Tueller b lO-lii-1975 d 

52-9 ROBERT FREDERICK ELLIOTT b 7-li4-19U9 in Sidney N;Y. Son' 102a 

of Theodore F, (Frederick A., Almon B., Frederick, Israel, 
Thomas, Joseph) and La Rue Haynie. 

Robert graduated frcm Bri^iam Young Univ. in 1973. 



m 



6-12-1975, Dorice Williams. b 1-1S^1951 



52-10 PATRICIA A. TOBEY b 10^26-1950. Da. of :iarjorie J. Elliott 102a 
(Frederick A., Almon B., Frederick, Israel, Thomas, Joseph) 
and John E. Tobey. 



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11-27-1971, vailiam Ernest Buell. 




GUNS M/IGAZIIIE JUIY 1955 



103 



THE 

SHOOTING 
IRONS 

OF THE 

SHOOTING 



BOY WONDER OF GAY 90'S STILL HAS 



RIFLES WITH WHICH HE AND FATHER 



AMAZED THOUSANDS AT EXHIBITIONS 



WITH SPECTACULAR TRICK SHOTS 



By C. H. SALISBURY 




Rifles used by Elliotts in trick shooting included Hopkins 8C Allen .22 (top), Winchester M90, Colt .22 and Colt 44-40. 
Helmet was worn by Elliott during performance, has hole made to convince skeptic metal was slight protection. 



HPhe cay 90's are remembered by old-timers as an era 
-*- of plush prosperity, handlebar moustaches, Little 
P^gypt, the first horseless carriages and electric lights; it 
was also the golden era of exhibition shooting. In the 
twilight of the 19th Century, touring shows covered the 
broad expanse of the country, each featuring shooting stars 
whose amazing feats with rifles never ceased to amaze 
thousands. Trick shots were truly in their glory. 



Today's modern-day shooters have a tendency to look 
upon the phenomenal records of some of yesterday's 
marksmen more as legend than fact. Most of the men and 
women, whose names were emblazoned on huge billboards 
around the nation in the 90's, are gone. Stories of their 
deeds are all second-hand. 

But one story that is not is the record of "The Boy 
Wonder Of the 19th Century." He was a five-year-old 



y.Miripsl.T nnrncd Frrd Klliolt, who shot a Imll off hi^ 
falhi'r'.s head in one (if the niost spwlacular stunts of all 
litMc. Toda) I'lcd Klliiitt is a slender, apilc Tl-year-idd 
optometrist in upstate New York, whose interest in puns 
is still intense l)oth from a collector and hunting stand- 
point. Kxtremely modest, he is rather reluctant to talk 
about his early days as an exhibition shooter. 

Being a confirmed gun bug, I decided I would look in 
on "Doc" Elliott, as he is now known to his friends and 
neighbors. 

The first thing Doc told nie when I got together with 
him, however, was: "I'm not a gun collector. These are 
just guns that have accumulated over the years." 

For not being a collector, he has a remarkably fine 
collection. Two sides of the room were lined with glass 
cabinets or open shelves. The light gleamed on the pol- 
ished wood and shiny metal of shotguns, modern sporting 
arms, old rifles and muzzle loaders. All of them are kept 
in perfect condition, considering the vears . . . and the 
years have been good to Doc, too. 

On his den wall there hangs a large framed photo of 
a young man in buckskins, holding a "Lightning" .44 Colt 
rifle and wearing a Colt DA Frontier revolver. Beside 
him stands Doc as a boy, a tiny lad of seven, clutching a 
.22 Hopkins & Allen single shot with the stock sawed to fit 
his small size. Underneath the picture were the words 
"Capt. A. B. Elliott and son. P'reddie." 

"Dad took me around with him to the summer fairs," 
said Doc, recalling the crowded fairgrounds of New York 
state at Fourth-of-July time. "As a boy I did just what Dad 
trained me to do," Doc told me. smiling. "I never realized 
until years later that every time I pulled the trigger Dad 
escaped death bv only a fraction of an inch!" As I listened 
in wonder, he explained to me the switch his father had 




CAPT. A. 8. ELLIOTT AND SON. FREOOl 



Poster advertising tlie Elliott act called five-year-old youth 
"Freddie," a name which he resents as being too familiar. 




Steam-powered LocomobUe was used as part of act, with Urgets tossed aloft from moving vehicle. Here Elliott family 
gathers on car at Greene, N. Y., Fair in 1902. Fred often shot Urgets whde riding backwards on bicycle handlebars. 



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Doc Elliott checks on some of his guns "just accumulated" over the years. His 
father knew Buffalo Bill, insisted he was not much of a shot with pistol. 



tvd 
done on the old William Tell story- || 

it was Fred who shot a plaster aj^ , 

from his father's head. 

"In front of a crowd of people," Di 
went on, "Dad would load and co 
the .22 Colt rifle, then place it upon t>l -( 
tripods. After walking away 25 f«}i,j, 
he would stand facing the gun muzinV 
On his head he wore a helmet of ligl,- 
tin on which was placed a 21/^ imii 
hollow ball moulded of lamp blac 
plaster or rosin." 

Doc explained that the rear apertu 
sight on the Colt was then turned dow 
out of the way, and the front loop 
the old-fashioned "Globe" sight ua 
to sight through. "In the heel of tl 
butt of the gun would be placed 
vertical i/g inch steel rod bearing at i 
upper end a small, highly polish* 
sphere. Dad would catch the gleam 
this polished sphere through the ho 
of the front sight." 

Demonstrating, Dr. Elliott conti 
ued, "Dad would raise his hand wii 
finger extended. The band which hi 
been playing a stirring air would stc 
abruptly. In the dramatic hush whic 
followed. Dad would drop his raise 
finger and that was my cue to press H 
trigger. The bullet would speed towai 
Dad and pulverize the composition ball 

Fascinated, I blurted out "But didn 
you ever miss?" 



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Seth Millard .35 caliber rifle used by Captain Elliott was handmade by master New York gunmaker. Accessories injl 
elude four parts of the bullet swage and an unusual detachable muzzle rest. Front trigger breaks gun for load 

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"W fll. Dad was alioul 31 \fais old wlicii we wen- <l(iiii^ 
the stuiil. " Ui)c replifil. ■"and he lived to thi- ripr age of Mt." 

I thoufiht al)out the hlack-powder .22 cartridges he must 
have used in that Cult, inaccurate, prone to leadinj; which 
could sometimes make a bullet fly wide or keyhole in less 
than a box of ammo, and thought of the protection lie musl 
have had. 

"One day at the Chenango County Fair right near our 
home, when we finished that stunt, a skeptic in the audience 
who was slightly inebriated heckled Dad, calling out 
'Captain Elliott, you aren't taking any chance. That helnu-t 
would deflect a bullet." " 

Captain Elliott promptly picked up a loaded .22 rifle, 
drilled a neat hole in the helmet sitting on the stage, and 
tossed the headgear contemptuously to the heckler. 

Although this aiming stunt was often the climax of the 
performance, the other marvelous shooting tricks seem to 
almost equal it. One of the Elliott's old posters proclaimed 
some of the shots performed: 

Shooting with a revolver through balls tossed into the 
air while riding a horse or bicycle at full speed. 

Breaking balls thrown into the air, with rifle bottom- 
side up. using lead bullets. 

With revolver breaking three balls thrown into the air 
at once. 

Shooting through composition balls held in the hand 
without shattering the balls. (Here the doctor explained. 
"The balls were made hollow with a hole at one end and 
a ball would be held so that the bullet would enter this 
hole and would pass through the sphere without shattering 

it",t. 

Cutting sticks of candy in two in the air with rifle. (Here 
he again explained that many of the candies were held 
between the lips as well as the fingers I. 

Exploding matches, splitting cards edgewise, held by 
person at target stand. 

Shooting with back to target by aid of mirror. 

Having survived these stunts, Fred and his father had 
an added feature. When he was ten years old, Doc was 
moved forward to star billing on his own. 

"i would sit on the handlebars of my bicycle, riding it 
backwards around the stage. Dad (Continued on page 60) 




Two Colt slide-action rifles held b> Doc Elliott were used 
most by father-and-son team in their shooting exhibitions. 




Maynard rifle made by Massachusetts Arms Co. has 30 
caliber Millard barrel and Malcolm 10 ptiwer scope. Gun 
is still favorite of Doc Ellion for shooting and hunting. 



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107 



SHOOTING IRONS OF SHOOTING ELLIOTTS 

I Continued jrom page 20) 



would throw loinposilion balls inlo the air 
and I would shool them down while pedal- 
ling." 

"Where was yojir father standing?" I 
asked him, thinking he was on the grand- 
stand stage also. 

"Oh. no. Dad was down on the racetrack 
in his Locomobile steamer. He would drive 
past the grandstand while tossing the black 
composition balls high inlo the air for me to 
shoot at." 

Captain Elliott learned about shooting al 
first as a sideline. He was a watchmaker by 
trade, but while in Lockport in the 188d's. 
he met Seth Millard, one of the gunsmiths of 
the days of famed gunmakers Billinghurst 
and Brockway. Millard look a liking to the 
young watchmaker, and taught him much 
abiiul gunsmithing which Elliott then pur- 
sued as a hobby. 

Millard made a .35 caliber breech loading 
rifle for Captain Elliott and Doc has this fine 
rifle today, as well as a heavier bench-rest 
slug gun of .48 caliber built for Dr. Orson 
Reasoner of Lockport and now owned by 
Doc Elliott. He pulled the .48 Millard from 
the rack and handed it to me. 

"That .Millard-made gun is a .48," Doc 
said reverently. Millard built guns from .38 
to .50 caliber, but most of them were .40 to 
.45 caliber." He look the heavy octagon, 
barreled rifle from my hands, and pointed 
to the muzzle face which had four small 
holes drilled in it alongside of the bore. 

'In making false muzzles to these guns," 
began Doc, "about two inches of the rifled 
barrel was cut off. Holes had already been 
drilled to fit the pegs into, and the cut was 
made clean across their four holes so the 
pieces would line up later. The cut surfaces 
were polished and pins fitted to the cut-off 
part. The lands and grooves in both muzzle 
and barrel of course lined up, and loading 
the bullet first through the false muzzle 
protected the edges of the barrel rifling from 
damage by the ramrod. This kept them 
accurate." 

He held the rifle so I could look through 
the rear sight. A small peg stuck up from 
the false muzzle and closed the view through 
the front sight. 'The peg was to keep you 
from firing the gun with the muzzle attached, 
for of course that would blow the muzzle 
piece off and lose it or damage the barrel." 
I watched as Doc slipped the bullet 
starter over the false muzzle. The plunger, 
struck smartly with the heel of the hand, 
would push the bullet several inches into the 
barrel making it an easy job for the loading 
rod to shove it all the way down to the 
powder charge. The bullet fired was a long 
"slug" made from lead of two different hard- 
nesses, awedged together in a special die. 



The original owner. Dr. Reasoner, so Cap- 
tain Elliott once wrote, "was never beaten 
in the many matches he attended during 
these years. He won 27 turkeys in one match 
— distance 80 rods and a four inch target. 
He shot the heads off of six turkeys in suc- 
cession at 40 rods (220 yards I in another 
match. Also he killed four turkeys out of 
eight shots at one-half mile, shooting at the 
turkeys on a snowbank." 

Skeptical of these figures as Doc reeled 
them off, I came to understand that these 
were not simply the memories of advancing 
years, but information from his many care- 
fully-maintained notebooks. "Seventy five 
grains of EG powder was the proper load. " 
Doc slated, "and this muzzle loader could 
keep five shots in \V2 inches at 40 rods." 

Doc's other prized Millard rifle is one 
which belonged to his father. An unusual 
hinged frame which tips al the breech for 
loading, it resembles a conventional per- 
cussion lock rifle on first inspection. Actu- 
ally the front of three triggers opens the 
breech, while the rear two are ordinar\ 
double set triggers fitted by Captain Elliott 
himself. 




Frederick m Elliott 1902 



Article used by permission of Guns Magazine 



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5-3 GEORGE V.riLLIAM ELLIOTT (FISH GEORGE) b 2-22-131? in Greene , 
Chenango County, New York. d 6-2U-1906 of anemia in Sen- 
eca, Lenawee County, Michigan. Son of Thomas (Joseph )Elliot. 

m ll-22-l81i3 in W, Almond, N.Y., Evaline Porter 

b 11-26-1826 in Allegheny Co., N.Y. d 2-21-1903 of gan- 
grene, in Seneca, Michigan. 



Ii5 







Leroy W. Elliott 


b 


8-26-i8Ui 


d 


3-29-186U 








Died in Tenn. in a Confederate Prison 


Camp. 








Nancy Elliott 


b 


5- ^I8i45 


d 


h- 2-18U7 








Mary Jane Elliott 


b 


8- 3-18U8 


d 


5- 14-1882 








Died in an insane as 


ylum. 










53- 


1 


George J, Elliott 


b 


1019-18U9 


d 


12-28-1889 


109 


53- 


2 


Leroy Elliott 


b 


11-17-1850 


d 


^29-1930 


109 


53- 


3 


Perry Theodore Elliott 


b 


8- 3-1852 


d 


2-25-1932 


110 


53- 


h 


Editha Arvilla Elliott 


b 


12-22-1855 


d 


^13-1935 


115 


53- 


5 


Frances Ann Elliott 


b 


7-10-1857 


d 


6-16-1920 


115 


53- 


6 


Alonzo L. Elliott 


b 


1-22-1860 


d 


8- U-1'516 


116 






John Elliott 


b 


1-22-1860 


d 






53- 


7 


William R, 


b 


ll-20-l861i 


d 


12-12-1915 


118 


53- 


8 


Charles Foreman 


b 


11-19-1866 


d 


1898 


119 






DeV;aine Elliott 


b 


3-11-1869 


d 


3-IU-I869 





Geoi^e moved into Allegheny County, N.Y. , where he located, 
ai'ter marriage on a fann next to his father, Thomas, in W. Al- 
mond. He was in W. Almond until sifter the birth of Perrj', 
then moved to Lenawee County, Mich., and settled in Seneca 
Twp. 

He was a fanner, fish peddler, wrestler. He had a full 
beard and was five foot six inches tall. He had the ability 
to jump smd kick his heels together twice while still in the 
air even in his eighties. 

Thei^ was another George in Lenawee, single, called "Curly 
George" who was five years older than Fish George, a cousin, 
Abisha had a son George about whom nothing is known but his 
age coiild have made the relationship possible. George was 
bom in I8O7 and died in Seneca, a widower 2- 2-1890, but no 
parents were given in the death record. 

Curly George and Fish George used to make bets with each 
other on their prowess and when Curly George was 86 and Fish 
George was 81 they made a bet on Election Day in Seneca that 
they could turn handsprings then "preceded to do so several 
times." In Ladd» s diary he mentions both men. 

There is some confusion about Leroy Elliott. Elwood Ell- 
iott remembers seeing letters written by him while in the army 
and hearing of his death while he was in a Confederate Prison 



109 



5-3 Camp in Tennessee, Bible and census records verify his birth 
date. 

The second Leroy born in 18^0 was not mentioned in the Bible. 
Leroy's death certificate stated he was born in Pa,, son of 
George and wiknown mother, but the l880 U.S, Census for Lena- 
wee Co., Mich,, showed Leroy bom in Mich,, and his parents in 
llevi York, He does belong to this family in some way for mem- 
bers know of him and his family cind in the diary of Lazarus 
(Ladd) Elliott he is linked repeatedly with George W, 



«XM^ C^MK* (SXK?) ff%«M»a 

53-1 GEORGE J. ELLIOTT b 10-19-18U9 in W, Almond, Allegheny Co., 108 
N,Y. d 12-28-1889 of suffocation in a well, in Seneca, 
Lenawee Co,, Mch, Son of George \'!, (Thomas, Joseph) and 
Bvaline Porter, George was a well-digger by trade. 

m Ij-12-1877, Ida Barton of Fulton Co., Ohio, b i860 in 

Mich, Da. of John and Mary (Dodd) Barton. 

m(2) 10- 5-1891 in Adrian, lach., Christopher Murty, 115 

divorced husband of Fanny FJliott. b 1859 in 
Mich. Son of Cornelius and Maiy (Cahill) Murty, 



53-2 LEROY ELLIOTT b 11-17-1850 in Lenarree Co., Michigan. 108 

d 6-29-1930 of anemia in Morenci, Mich. Son of George. 



Farmer, 
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10-26-1872 in Seneca, Mich., Hannah Bell, b 7-25-1855 
in England, d 11-29-1929 of cancer, in Morenci, Michigan. 
Da. of Thomas Bell of England. 

532- 1 Minnie Elliott b IO-I6-I875 d 

Carrie Elliott b • I876 d I89I; 

of kidney trouble. 
F^telle Elliott b 3-15-1888 d 2-17-190U 

of inflammation of the heart, 
Ida B. Elliott b 12-I6-I889 d 5- I-I893 

of croupe. 



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532-1 IvIIMaE ELLIOTT b 10-16-1875 in Seneca, llich. Da. of Leroy 109 
and Hannah Bell 

m 11-27-1907 in Horonci, I/ich., Sherman Layton. b 1881: 
in Hew York. Son of Tylor and Jennie (V/hitcomb) Layton. 
\Titnesses: Hannah and Fann;j^ Elliott. 
They lived in Morenci, Michigan. 



53-3 PERRY" THEODORE ELUOTT b 8- 3-1852 in V!, Alraond, Allegheny 106 

Co., New Yoric. d 2-25-1932 of heart trouble in Seneca, 
I.tLch. Son of George V; (Thomas, Joseph) and Evaline Porter. 

m Uariette E. Smith. b 6- 2-1863 in New York. d 2- 1- 
1951 in Seneca, TJich, Bu. in Porter Gem, beside Perr,- 
and Leon, Da. of George and Frances (Evingham) Smith. 
Divorced in 19lii, partly because of drink. 

She and Sims Travis, a family friend, were heirs to the 
same estate and traveled to N.Y, to taJce possession. She 
divorced Perrj^, married Sims and they lived in Belmont, N.Y. 
until he died. Claude brought her back to Lenawee Co., and 
when she was buried beside Perry remarked, "That is where 
she belongs," ' 

Polly Lyons, niece of Sims, said that tSariette was a 
beaut if \d. woman and verj' capable. When Leon died she laid 
him out herself, 

533- 1 Claude G. Elliott b Ii-21-1?79 d 2-27-1962 ni 

533- 2 Cora BeUe Elliott b G- U-I88O d 5-2U-1963 111 

53> 3 Harrison Leroy Elliott b J4-13-I889 d 1-27-1971 111 

Leon Elliott b U-I8-I897 d 1^-11-1903 

of scarlet fever, Tlie V/eekly Times noted it was 

the last death reported in the epidemic. 

Infant daughter b 6- 7-1910 d stillborn 

Perry was lame from a fall off a load of hay from which 
the bone never healed properly. He was a farmer, cheesenalcer, 
ivrestler and railroad sectionhand on the IVabash Railroad. 

Elma said he had delivered a pair of tirLns, stillborn, and 
buried them himself. 

Perrj'- drank excessively but got religion and becanie a tee- 
totaler and could not tolerate anyone vrtio drajik. 



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533-1 CLAUDE G. ELLIOTT b Ii-21-l879 in Fairfield Tvrp., Lenawee 
Co., ^:ich, d 2-27-1962 of heart trouble in Adrian, 
Mich. Son of Perry T, (George '."., Thomas, Joseph) and 
I'ariette Smith. 



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m ll-2li-l897 in Morenci, T,Ii.ch., Harriet Elizabeth Farst 
b 6-15-1880 in Seneca, Itich. d 11-29-1963 in Adrian. 
Da. of George Farst and Ilartha Ellen Nevin Smith who was 
adopted by the Smith fanily. 

533- li Corabel Elliott b 12-29-1901 d 

533- 5 Eljua llae Elliott b 9-20-1910 d 

Claude worked in rubber factories in Akron, then as 
a miller for the Detroit Lilling Co., in Adrian, Later he 
bought his ovvn mill in Fayette, Ohio, He sold it cind 
bought a mill in Hudson, Ilich, After selling that he fann- 
ed near Clayton until he moved to Adrian and worked there 
for the H, E. Smith Co. during YAHI, then worked as a cab- 
inet maker until he retired in 19^9* 



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112 



533-2 CORA BELLE ELLIOTT b 6- ii-l880 in Hillsdale Co,, Michigan. 
d 5-2l;-1963. Bu, in Packard Cem. in Lenawee County, Da, 
of Perry T, (George v;,, Thomas, Joseph) and Mariette Smith. 



ra 



3-3O-I90U in Seneca, lUch,, Jacob Bowers. b I869 in 
Ohio, d 1951 of heart attack and flu, in Morenci, Mich, 
Son of Andrevf Bowers (b Germany) and Amnie Niesen. 
Jake was a farmer. 



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533-3 HAPJIISOM LEROY- ELLIOTT (HARRY) b 14-1>1889 in Seneca Twp., 
Lenavreo Co., Mich. • d I-27-I971 in Hamburg, Pa, Son of 
Perrj^ T. (George V;., Thomas, Joseph) and Mariette Smith. 

ra 6-2li-1907 in Adrian, I.ttch., Lucy Elnola Ely (Nola) of 
Seneca. b I889 in Ohio, d 1955, Da, of A, B. Ely 
and Amelia Erick of Ohio. 



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533- 6 Ruth Caroline Elliott 

533- 7 }:atherine Dale Elliott 

533- 8 Theodore Bird Elliott 

533- 9 Marian Bemette 

533-10 i:velyn Elliott 

533-11 Elizabeth (Betty) 

533-12 Harriet Elliott" 

533-13 lildred Jane (laily) 

533-lii Donald Elliott 



2-15-1908 

11-22-1909 

7- 5-1911 

8-25-1913 

1917 

1918 



1920 



d 
d 
d 
d 
d 
d 
d 
d 
d 



5- -1967 
1957 



U-12-1969 



112 
112 
113 
113 
113 
113 
113 
113 



Harry v;as a cheeseraaker, mechanic and laborer first in 



112 



53 >3 I!orenci, then in Pa. for the Borden I!ilk Co. He lived in 

I.Iohrsville and in Hamburg, Pa. 

533-lj CORABEL ELLIOTT b 12-2?-1901 in Akron, Ohio. T)a. of 111 

Claude (Perry T., George v;., Thomas, Josenh) and Harriet 
Farst. 

Corabel graduated from Ohio wesleyan Univ. and taught 
music, French and English in Fayette High School before 
marriage and afterwards was organist and choir director. 



m 



8-21-1923 in Seneca, Llich., Laivrence Truman Drennan 
(Larry). b 5-15-1895 in Swanton, Ohio. Son of James 
and Hattie (V.Tiiteworth ) Drennan. 

Larry has a B.A. degree from ',7eslej'an Univ., an ?.:.A. 
degree from Ohio State Univ. and did graduate study at the 
Univ. of Colorado. He v;as a teacher and school adninistra- . 
tor in Fayette, Canton and finally in :^assillon, Ohio. He 
retired in I963 and they live in Mesa, Arizona. 

533-15 James Elliott Drennan b 11-21-1926 d uk 

533-5 EU'JV HAE ELLIOTT b 9-20-1910 in Fayette, Ohio. Da. of m 

Claude (Perrj'- T., George '.7., Thomas, Joseph) and Harriet 
Farst. 

Elma Mae taught French in Newberry High School for over 
twenty years. She had cancer but overcame it and retired 
in 1971. She is an Alumni of Adrian College. 

m 6-l5-193ij in Clai^on, !Iich., Otto De'.7aard of Grand Rapids. 
llich. b 12- 9-1906. Son of John Otto and Johannah 
(Hofstra) DeV;aard, both bom in Holland on the Isle of :Jark- 
hara. 

Otto worked at Newberry for the State of Michigan and at 
the tijne of his retirement 10- 5-1962, he was Sup't of the 
Game Division in the Upper Peninsula. 

533-16 Elliott John DeWaard b >30-1935 d llU 

533-17 Elizabeth Joan DeWaard b 7-25-1939 d lib 

533-6 RUTH CAROLINE EIXIOTT b 2-15-1908 in Seneca, ?!ichigan. 111 

d 5- -1967 of cancer in Sheppensburg, Pa. Da. of Harri- 
son (Ferry T., George V.'. , Thomas, Joseph) and Nola Ely. 

iti J'ooney 

533-7 K/.Timra^rE DALE ELLIOTT b • 11-22-1909- in Sand Creek, Mich. lU 

Da. of Harrison (Perry T,, George '.V., Thomas, Joseph) and 



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533-7 Nola Ely. 

m Comorer. 

Hal Conerer b d age 6 yrs. 

533-8 THEODORE BIRD ELLIOTT b ?- 5-1911 in Morenci Village, Hich. Ill 
d 1957. Son of Harrison (Perry T., George v;,, Thomas, 
Joseph) and Nola Ely. 

Ted was in the U.S. l,:arines under LlacArthur at the time 
he loft the Philippines, He enlisted jji 19it2 and was a 
captain in the First Cavalry, 

Theodore Elliott b d 

Daughter Elliott b d 

533-9 ]Lk3im BERKETTE ELLIOTT (BEinilE) b 8-25-1913 'in Morenci, 111 

Ifi-ch. Da. of Harrison (Perry T,, George "'. , Thomas, Jos- 
eph) and Nola Ely. 

m Bumette Easterbrook. They live in Hambiirg, Pa. 3 sons. 

533-10 EVELYN ELLIOTT b 191? i^ Walnut Bottom, Pa. Da. of Harri- 111 
son (Perr:^ T., George M,, Thonas, Joseph) and Nola Ely. 

m Kooney, He v;as a veteran of VKUl in Japan, He cracked 

up one ni-ht and is in an institution. One son , one da, 

533-11 ELIZABETH ELLIOTT (PETTY) b 1918 in Sheppensburg , Pa. Da. Ill 
of Harrison (Perrj- T., George T.'. , Thomas, Joseph) and Nola 
Ely. Betty is a trained nurse, grad, of Reading Hospital, 

m Prutzman, One son, two daughters, 

533-12 HARPJET ELLIOTT b in Bangor, N.Y. Da. of Harrison (Periy HI 
T., George V/,, Thomas, Joseph) and Nola Ely, 

m Liinch, One son , three daughters, 

533-13 MILDRED JAIIE ELLIOTT (iffLLY) d ii-12-1969 in T^ite Horse, HI 
Pa, l:a, of Harrison (Perr:- T,, George VJ,, Thomas, Joseph) 
and Holy Ely. 

m William IIcDonough 



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533-13 Dauchter McDonough b d 

Patrick L. lIcDonough b 1951 d 

533-lh DONALD ELLIOTT b 1920 in V.'hite Horse, Pa. Con of Harrison 111 
(Perry T., George v;,, Thonas, Joseph) and llola Ely. 
He was a sergeant in the amy during VATII 

m Betty (~) 

Nancy Elliott b d 

533-15 JA:;ES ELLIOTT DHEIIMAN b 11-21-1926. son of Corabel Ell- 112 
iott (Claude, Verirj T., George V.',, Thonas, Joseph) and 
I^avfrence T, Drennan 

James is a research physicist at Battelle ]!emorial In- 
stitute in Columbus, Ohio, He is a s3Decialist on missiles 
and during 196O was loaned to the government for 6 months 
because he had invented a push-button for missiles. He is 
rated in "V/ho' s V/ho in Science." 

m Vema Kjoller at Sj^vania, Ohio. b 5- 7-1925. Da. of 
Einar and Ella ( — ) Kjoller of Denmark. 

La-vrrence Einar Drennan b 7-1 "^-1955 d 
James David Drennan b 6-15-1957 d 

533-16 ELLIOTT JOHN DEIVA^ARD (JACK) b 3-30-1935 in'Sault Ste. Ma- 112 
rie, LUch. Son of Elma I.Iae Elliott (Claude, Perr:' T,, 
George 17., Thomas, Joseph) and Otto DeV.'aard, 

Jack has a B.A, degree from Adrian, an "»A. derree from 
Ohio State Univ., and enrolled at Ohio State for a doctor- 
ate on a National Science Foundations Scholarship, He is 
the Sen. Sci. Ed, for Addison T,', V/essley Pub. Co., Palo Alto, 
Calif, He has written several science books for grades 3-5 
'jnder the name E, Jolin DeVfaard. 

m 6-21-1958, Nancy Jean V.'isner. b 12-29-1937. Da. of 
Edward and Jean (English) Tisner, Adrian Col. Alumni. 

Eric John DeYJaard b 8-10-1 962 in Jackson, !ach. 

Edi'/ard James DeWaard b 8-12-1970 in Palo Alto 

533-17 ELI :^JlBETn JOAN DE'^VA.'VRD- (BETTS) b 7-25-1939. Da. of Elm 112 
:,fee Elliott (Claude, Perr:/ T., George V«'., Thomas, Joseph) 
and Otto DeT.'aard 

Elizabeth v/as a music teacher in Holland, L'jLch,, in 
1971. She has a music degree from V.'estem !ich, Univ,, is 



115 



533-17 enrolled at nich. State Univ. in graduate stucfy program, 

n 6-19-1966, V/illiara Blackmore . Div in 1971 



53-1 EDITPIA AWILIA ELLIOTT b 12-22-1855 in Seneca, Michigan. 108 

d '9-13-1935 in I^nawee Co., Llich. Da. of George lY. (Thom- 
as, Joseph) and Evaline Porter, 

ra(l) 1(^31-1872 in Medina, lich., William Miller. b 18^8 

in 11, llorenci, Mich. Farmer, Div. 
m(2) Frank Cooley, d I938-I4O. Bu. in Packard Gem., Lenawee 

Co., Mich. 

They had no children but raised ELwood Elliott, nephew. 118 



53-5 FRANCES AM ELLIOTT (FANNY) b 7-10-1857 in Seneca, Michigan 108 
d 6-I6-I92O in Toledo, Ohio, Da. of George W. (Thomas, Jos- 
eph) and Evaline Porter, 

m(l) 11-28-1878 in Seneca, Mich., Christopher Murty of Dover. IO9 
b 1859 in Ohio. Son of Cornelius and Maiy (Cahill) Murty 

ra(2) Richard J. Elliott (Dick), a cousin and brother to 119 
Minnie. He was a hotel-keeper in Adrian on the site of 
the present Armory, li-23-l903 the Adrian V/eekly Times 
noted his lease of the hotel, the former Vedder House, 
anc said he planned to make it a first-rate hotel, having 
hac much experience in the hotel businesi; 



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tlt'i ^^^"^°.!?'^^ ^^°"^ ^ 1-18-1881 d 6-27-1968 116 

535- 2 John Ifurby _ b I-I8-I88I d 116 



Identical tvans. Died at Jessie's in Owasso, Mich. 

s"i p" Murty b - 
Mahaney of Ovrasso, Michigan. 



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535-1 ALOIIZO IIURTY (LOM) b I-I8-I88I in Morenci, Michipan. 115 

d 6-27-1967 in Seneca, Llich. Bu. in Pacl-ard Cem. 
Son of Frances Elliott (George \'U, Thomas, Joseph) and 
Christopher Lliirty. 

He worked for Toivers Creamery in Seneca, L!ich» ^.Vhen old 
he lived in a State Home because people tried to steal his 
money from him and the cruelty shown him at home by his fam- 
ily was so great he refused to go home, 

m 1895, Leona Van Sickles. Da. of Benjsimin Van Sickles. 
Divorced . 

535- 3 Clara I.I. Murty b 5-12-190li d 8- 3-1973 H^ 

Ina Belle Murty b d young 192 7 

535-2 JOHN MURTY" b I-I8-I88I Identical twin to Alonzo. d ijn ll5 

Ora,sso, Mich,, at his sister Jessie's, Son of Frances 
Elliott (George T/, , Thomas, Joseph) and Christopher L^L^rty. 

He lived in Tedrow and Toledo, Ohio v/here he worked in the 
L. Campbell Pickle Factory, 

535-3 CLARA laJRTY b 5-12-1901; in Fulton Co., Ohio, d 8-3-1973 116 
in lyons, Ohio. Bu. in ]jrons Cem. Da. of Alonzo liurty 
(Frances Elliott, George W. , Thomas, Joseph) and Leona Van 
Sickle • 

m(l) 12- 5-1925 in Adrian, Uich., George '!. Hannon, 

b 1898 in V^isc, Resided in Lansing, He was a salesman. 
Son of Frank and Susan (Xavierus) Hannon, 

m(2) cui5_io3[t in Angola, Ind,, Earl Smith He died shortly 
after Clara, 



53-6 ALONZO L. ELLIOTT (LON) b 1-22-1860 in Seneca, Lenawee Co., 106 
Mich. d 8- U-1916. Son of George '.V. (Thcmas, Joseph) and 
Evaline Porter. 

m Gladys Fisher. b 11- 2-1863-5 in CiTStal Valley, Michigan, 
d 1- 1-1901 of cancer or childbirth. 



117 



53-6 George Deville Elliott b 10-11-1883 d 10- -1961i 
in Cottonivood, Arizona 

536- 1 Bemiece Evaline Elliott b 7-15-1885 d 117 

536- 2 Vera Tamar Elliott b 6- 7-I887 d 117 

53t^ 3 Florence Grace Elliott b ii-27-l889 d 9- -I968 117 

53^ h Robert (Rock) b 3-11-1891 d 5- 1-1975 II7 

Charles J. Elliott b 1-31-1893 d 8-lli-190l; 

in Seneca of tetanus from stepping on a nail. 

536- 5 KLwood V. Elliott b 11-29-18 98 d 118 

They lived in Seneca xmtil I888 then moved to Crystal Valley. 
After Gladys died Lon coiild not raise the children alone so the 
girls were left with people in Hart, Michigan, and George had 
left home. Elvrood -was raised by Editha and Frank Cooley. Rob- 
ert and Charles were taken by a farm family in Seneca. 

536-1 BERNIECE EVALINE ELLIOTT b 7-15-1885 in Seneca, Mich. Da. 117 
of Alonzo (George V,', , Thomas, Joseph) and Gladys Fisher, 

She ivas a Missionary for thirty years but is retired and 
lives in California at Ridgecrest, as does Vera, TrLth Flor- 
ence's daughter Evelyn. 

Elwcod said she iras single but others said she had married a 
Mr. Elkers. 

536-2 VERA TAJMR EKLIOTT b 6- 7-I887 in Crystal Valley, Michigan. 117 
Da. of Alonzo (George W., Thomas, Joseph) and Gladys Fisher. 

She lives with Florence's daughter Evelyn in Ridgecrest, 
California, 

m A sugar man from Cuba, Dudley Walsh. d 1958-60 in 
Michigan. Bu. in Baldwin Cem. 
In 1920 they lived in Havana. 

536-3 G-LOIENCE GRACE ELLIOTT b Ij-27-l889 in Crystal Valley, Mich. II7 
d 9- -1968 in Ridgecrest, California, Bu, in Crystal Val- 
ley Cem. Da. of Alonzo (George W,, Thomas, Joseph) and 
Gladys Fisher. 

She ivas a teacher, 

m Ralph Aldrich 

Gladys Aldrich b d 

Helen Aldrich b d 

Evelyn Aldrich b d 

536-li ROBERT ELLIOTT (ROCK) b 3-11-1891 in Ciystal Valley, Mich. II7 



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536-ii d 5- 1-1975 in Advance, Mssouri, Son of Alonzo (George 
W,, Thomas, Joseph) and Gladys Fisher, 

Rock suffered from leg trouble and found it hard to walk. 

m I9IU in Advance, Missouri, Molly (--). d 1 963 in Mo. 

536-5 ELWOOD ELLIOTT b II-29-I898 in Crystal Valley, lach. Son 11? 
of Alonzo (George V^,, Thomas, Joseph) and Gladys Fisher. 

m(l) 1926 in Montpelier, Ohio, Mildred Reese. 
Divorced. 

m(2) 10-11-1952, Itoe Houtz. b 9- I-I9O8. Da. of Clint- 
on and Belle (Gillespe) Houtz, 

Elwood was raised by his aunt Editha and Frank Cooley in 
Lenawee County. Y^Tien the United States entered WWI in I916, 
Elwood, age 18, enlisted in the anny and served two years 
overseas . 

After the war he worked for the V.'abash Railroad for li6 
years as a telegraph operator. Station Agent, Dispatcher, 
and Chief Dispatcher from vfhich he retired in 196ii. He 
owns and operates a gladiola business in Montpelier and 
spends winters in Florida. 

He played baseball for 2U years in Ohio, Indiana and 
Michigan. 



53-7 WILLIAM R. ELLIOTT b 11-20-186U in Lenawee Co., Michigan. 106 
d 12-12-1915 of paralysis in Seneca, Mich, Son of George 
W. (Thomas, Joseph) and Evaline Porter. 

V/illiam vfas a drayman and lived in Jackson and other 
places. He was an alcoholic and liquor was the cause of di- 
vorce, in 1889. Florence Westlake in July 1971 recalled 
one time her mother had taken her to visit Perry and in dis- 
cussing William and his behavior, Perry told Marian she 
should have killed him I 

m 3-10-l861j in Morenci, Mich., Marian Mcliichaels (Mate) 

b 11- 9-1866 in Ann Arbor. d 11-28-1 963 in Adrian, Mdch. 

Marian worked for 27 years in Jacobson's store in Jackson 

to support them. Divorced or separated in I889. 

537- 1 Florence Elliott b $-23-1886 d 2- 3-197U 119 



119 



537-1 FLORENCE ELLIOTT b 5-23-1B86 in Wauson, Ohio, ll8 

d 2- 3-1971; in Adrian. Bv, in V/estlake Cem,, Jackson, 
Mich. Da. of Vfilliam (George W., Thomas, Joseph) and Ma.T- 
ian McMichaels. 



m 



8-30-1917 in Jackson, Mich., Harry Westlake. 
b 2-18-1887. d 10- 5-1968, He was Chief- Inspector at 
a shop in Jackson, where they lived until they moved to 
Adrian when he retired. 



53-8 CHARLES FOREI.IAN ELLIOTT b 11-19-1866 in Lenawee Co., Mich. 108 
d 1898 when run over by a train while hoboing. Son of 
George W, (Thomas, Joseph) and Evaline Porter. A farmer. 

m 11-29-1886 in Morenci, Mich., Minnie Elliott of Fort Alle- 
gheny, Pa., a cousin. Said to be the sister of Dick Elliott, 
b 1868. Wit: Perry and Marietta Elliott. 

Orrie Elliott b 9-13-18 87 d 



There is a question J. Elliott who is said by the family to have 

married Frances Ann (Elliott) Murty but no dates were given. The 115 

Coijnty Clerk's Office has the following notation: 

Richard J, Elliott of Adrian, Mich, b I863, Son of D, 
Elliott and Elsie McKimber. Hotel man, 

m h~ 7-1903, J-lary Kieber. b 1877 in Adrian, Michigan, 

See newspaper clipping about his purchase of the hotel. The 
family describe the hotel and inrtiere it was located. 



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6 lEimL ELLIOT b I768 in Hystic, Connecticutt. d $-26^l81i5 1$ 

in Leyden, Mass. Son of Joseph and Desire Burrows. 

m 9-IIJ-I789 in Leyden, Mass., Mrs. Annis Dunn 

John Elliot b 12- 7-1789 d 12-28-1789 

Jeane Elliot b 2- 3-1791 d 

Sarsih Elliot b 2- 6-1793 d 

Lemuel Elliot b U-I6-I795 d l85l 

Joseph Elliot b 3-I8-1797 d 

Annis Elliot b U-2U-1799 d 

Sophronia Elliot b 9^22-1801 d 18 77 

TO DISPELL SOME RGSCONCEPTIONS; The following is a short resume of 
Samuel and James Elliot of Brattleboro, Vermont, from records 
received from the Town Clerk's Office in Guilford, Annals of 
Brattleboro, Vt., l68l-l895 by JIary R. Cabot, Private records 
of John Gale, lawyer of Brattleboro, Vt., Vermont Histo rical 
Gazetteer Index by Heramingway, History of Leyden. Mass. 1^76- 
1959 by 7/m. Tyler Arms, records from Leyden Town Clerk's Office. 

SAIflJEL ELLIOT b 8-16-1777 in Gloucester, l^iss. d 2-10-l8ii5 
in Brattleboro, Vermont, Son of James Elliot. 

Samuel and his brother, James, were left fatherless when quite 
young and were self-made men. James was in the 2nd. U.S. Sub- 
legion and served in Pennsylvania and Ohio against the Indians. 
He returned to Guilford, Vt., 8-23-1796 and moved to Brattle- 
boro, perhaps in company with Samuely who moved from Guilford, 
Vermont, about I8OO, James became a lawyer of repute, was elec- 
ted to Congress in I80U, etc. 

Samuel was a fsimous lawyer of Brattleboro, Vt., also. 

m(l) 5-26-1805, Fanny Foster. d 6-26-1806 age 22. 

m(2) Il-2i4-l808, Linda (Hayes) Pease. d 1- 5-1832. Da. of 

Rutherford B. Hayes. 
m(3) II-I9-IO3U, Sophia Flint. d 12-27-1815 age 35. Da. of 

Cap't Elisha Flint. 

Samuel had eight children but since they are in no way related to 
Joseph and Desire (Burrows) Elliot the complete record of these 
people is not given here. 



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7 LYDIA ELLIOT (LEDDA ) b in Mystic, Connecticutt. Da. of 
Joseph and Desire (Bin- raws ) Elliot. 

m 1-19-1791 in Leyden, Mass., John Bennet of Brattleboro, Vt. 
Son of Nathan (b 1752. d 8-17-l6U5)and Violette (~) 
(b 1767. d 8-15-1822 in Chenango Co., N.Y.) 

7- 1 Eliza Ann Bennet b d 

7-1 ELIZA BENNET Da. of lydia Elliott (Joseph) and John Bennet. 
m Nathan Marsh. 
71- 1 James Henry Marsh b d 



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JOAB ELLIOT b 6-17-1773 in Mystic, Conn. d h- 6-1855 in 
Greene, Chenango Co., New York. Bu. in Upper Page Brook Gem. 
across from the little white chnrch. Son of Joseph and Desire 

n-,J°^^ "^^^^ ^^° ^^^^^S° CO', N.Y. between the dates I792 and 
1795, and settled near his brothers, Thomas and Adin. He went 
back to Massachusetts to marry Nancy. 



n 9- 8-1797 in Deerfield, Mass., by Rev. 
Greenfield, Mass.. Nancy Kendrick 
Mass. d 3-26-1856 in Greene, N.Y. 



Joab Elliot Jr. 
Nancy Elliot 
Sally Elliot 
Polly Elliot 
John Elliot 
Betsy Elliot 
Franklin Elliot 
Joseph Elliot 
Jeremiah Elliot 



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8-1 JQAB ELLIOT ^ b 1-19-1797 in I.tass. d in Greene, New York. 121 

Son of Joab (Joseph) and Ilancy Kendrick. He y/as in the li.Y. 
State Llilitia in 1839. 

m Permelia Meade. b 10-l5-l806 in New York, d in Greene, I.'.Y. 

81- 1 Amassa B. Elliot b h- 2-18 2ii d 122 

John Elliot b 2-27-1827 d Idaho 

Single. Mexican War veteran, 
Eldredge Elliot- b 12- 2-1828 d 

m Madam Beldin and lived in Spring Hill, I.tLchigan. 
81- 2 Cyrus Elliot b 1- 5-1B31 d h- 9-1918 122 

Andrew Elliot b 3-23-1833 d 

m Jane Leach 
Edgecomb Elliot b 12-2>l83U d 

8-27-1863 drafted for military service in Civil '.Var. 
Edrrard Elliot b U-20-1835 d 10-21-19lli 

Nancy Elliot b 2-lii-l837 d 

Stephen G. Elliot b 6- 7-1838 d 

Henry Elliot b U-Ua-lBUO d 

Franklin Elliot b U- 2-l8h3 d 

His da,. Pearl, vfas a teacher. Tall, blond and was said 

to have been part Indian. 
81- 3 Nancy Elliot b l-l>l8Ui d 7- U-I896 123 

81-1 AMASSA B, ELLIOT b I- 2-l82h in Greene, N.Y. Son of Joab 122 

(Joab, Joseph) and Permelia Meade, 

m His wife died h-lO-1867 

Ezra Elliott b 6- 8-l8i4l d 

Bliss Elliott b d laborer. 

81-2 CYRUS ELLIOT b 1- 5-1831 in Greene, N.Y, d U- 9-1918 of 122 

apoplexy, in Norwich, N,Y, Bu, in Mt, Hope Cem, Son of 
Joab (Joab, Joseph) and Permelia Meade. 



m 



Annis G, Belden. b I83I. d 2- 9-19lh, in Nonrich. Da. 
of Chauncey (b 1821) and Lucy Ann (— )Belden (b 1825) 



Ellen A. Elliott (Ella) b 1851 d 28 
m(l) Lamont Snow 

m(2) Edwin Alexander Elliott 28 

Julia E. Elliott b 1851^ d 

81- k Orren Elliott b 9- 3-1855 d 12- 5-1916 123 

81- 5 Porter A. Elliott b 185- d li-m-1906 123 

81- 6 Edvrard J. Elliott b I4-2O-I865 d 10-21-1911 123 



123 



81-3 NANCY ELLIOTT b l-13-l81Ui Greene, N.Y. d 7- U-I896 in 122 

Chenango Co., N.Y. Da, of Joab Jr. (Joab, Joseph) and 
Peimelia Keade. 

m Edwin Alexander Elliott, her cousin, b 10- 5-l8ijl, 26 

d 3-13-1918. Son of James Harron Elliott. 

8I-I1 ORREN ELLIOTT b 9- 3-1855 in Greene, N.Y. d 12- 5-1916. 122 

Son of Cyrus (Joab Jr., Joab, Joseph) and Annis Balden. 
Cyrus was in the lumber business. 



m 



Grace Belle Holdredge. b 11- 5-1858. d 1-2>1937. 

Maiy Elliott b d 

m Clint Corey 
Ruth Elliott b d single 

Daniel B. Elliott b I-I6-I879 d U-2h-19SS 

m Anna ( — ). No children 
One other child. 

81-5 PORTER A. ELLIOTT b 185". d i;-li;-1906 in Chenango Co., 122 
N.Y. Son of Cyrus (Joab Jr., Joab, Joseph) and Annis Belden. 

m Alice G. Burlingame. 

Alida Elliott b 8-I3-I878 d 8-22-1958 

m Howe 

Irwin Elliott b d 

Earl A. Elliott b d ii-l5-l893 

Ethan P. Elliott b 2- 6-I887 d li-27-19[|8 

Viola (Violet) Elliott b d 

m Edwards 
Annis Elliott b d 

m — Edwards. Div. 
Sarah Elliott b d 

m — Latham 

81-6 EDMRD J. ELLIOTT b I4-2CVI865 in Plymouth. d 10-21-19ia. 122 

Eu. an Mt. Hope Cem. in Norwich, N.Y. Son of Cyrus (Joab 
Jr., Joab, Joseph) and Annis Belden. 

"" ff '^'m'^ff • T ^ i-l«-l869. d 6- 1-I9i;5 in Nomich, 
I'J'c-.; r Y^* ^' ^'^ Lavi^ia (I^orlingame ) Cumalia. She 
was Sister to Alice G. Burlingame. 

R^" I t'^\^^^"^'' ^^°^* ^ 10-2C>-1891 d 3-18-1959 i2h 

81- 8 Earl Julian Elliott b 3- 9^1895 d lij 



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81-6 In Edward's obituary it said he was a Scotch ancestry, a 

grandson of Joab, native of Rhd. Is., fanner and member of 
the State Militia. Edward was a carpenter, 

81-7 ARY SHAFFER ELLIOTT b 10-20-1891. d 3-18-1959 in Norwich, 123 
N.Y. Son of Edivard J. (Cyrus, Joab Jr., Joab, Joseph) and 
Ella Cumalia. 

m Grace 5, Barrows, b 1895 . 

Ary was in the lumber business in Norwich, 

81-8 SARL JULIAN ELLIOTT b 3- 9-1895 in Chappana, N.Y. Son of 123 

Edivard J, (Cyrus, Joab Jr., Joab, Joseph) and Ella Cumalia. 

m 11- 3-1923, Lois Hobson. b 2-2ii-1900. 

81- 9 David Allen Elliott b 2-17-1925 d 12li 

81-10 Robert Gordon Elliott b 7-10-192^ d 12li 

81-11 Richard Irwin Elliott b 1-11-19314 d 12U 

81-9 DAVID ALLEN ELLIOTT b 2-17-1925- Son of Earl J, (Edward J., 12li 
CjTus , Joab Jr., Joab, Joseph) and Lois Hobson. Airforce. 

m 5-29-19ii5, Ivlarie Wainwright (widow). b 10- 7-1923 in 
Savannah, Ga. 

Janet (V/ainvrright ) Elliott b 2-2l4-19ij5 adopted step-da. 
Melvin Elliott b 9-30-19ij6 d 

Bonnie Sue Elliott b 10-lii-19U7 d 

81-10 ROBERT GORDON ELLIOTT b 7-10-1929. Son of Earl J. (Edward 12h 
J., Cyrus, Joab Jr., Joab, Joseph) and Lois Hobson. 

ra IO-16-I9U8, Florette Hamilton. b 5-27-1930 in Greene, 

N.Y. 

Bradley Elliott b 1-11-1953 d 

Scott Elliott b 10- 8-I95I4 d 

Robert is manager of Briggs Lumber Co. 

81-11 RICMRD IRl'/IN ELLIOTT b 1-11-193U. Sofn of Earl J. (Edward I2h 

J., Cyrus, Joab Jr., Joab, Joseph) and Lois Hobson. 

Richard is an architectural contractor for U. S, Contirac - 
tor Corp., New Jersey. 



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81-11 n 9-29^1956, I,ynn Donahoe of Pellum, N.Y. b 5-26-1935. 

Katherine Ann Elliott b 7-13-1957 d 
Richard Iirrin Elliott b 6-1)4-1960 d 



8-2 NMICY ELLIOTT b 1-13-1800 in Greene, N.Y. d 1&-27-188U. 121 

Bu. in Upper Page Brook Cem. Da. of Joab (Joseph) and Nancy 
Kendrick 

m Simeon Burrov;s. b I8OO in Groton, Conn, d 5- 2-1873 I60 

in Chenango Co., N.Y. Da. of Nathan and Sarah (Williams) 
Burrows, Nathan Moved to Chenango Co,, N.Y, 

82- 1 Sarah Ann Burrows b 6- 6-1825 d 1-25-1896 125 

Nancy Burrows b 1830 d 11- 3-1910 

m Thomas Johnson. b I8U0, d 5-27-1889. * 

Polly Burrows b d 

m Kinsman. * 

Betsey Biirrows b d 

m Smith -> 

-;:- Starred items from Earl Burrows genealogy of the Burrows family. 

82-1 SARAH ANN BURROT/S b 6- 6-1825 in Greene, N.Y. d 1-25-1896. 125 
Bu. in Sylvan Laim Cera., Greene, N.Y, 

m Benjamin Harrington. b 5- I-I8I6 in Oxford, N.Y. 

d 1-26-1897 in Greene, N.Y. Son of Joshm and Thankful 12? 

(Harrington) Harrington, She T/as the daughter of Thomas Hai^ 
rington of Vermont. 

Lfeiry A, Harrington 
Benjamin F, Harrington 
Eugene Harrington 
Reade E. Harrington 
Victoria Harrington 
Evelyn Harrington 
Augusta Harrington 
Betsey 
Simeon Harrington 

(Date looks wrong as his mother would have been \\9. ) 

^< Earl Burrows genealogy of the Burrows family. 



m 
m 


Floyd T^ylie 
Ella Thornton 






m 


PIT la 0, Hunter 


•«• 




in 

m 
b 
b 
b 


George W. Bly 
Joseph Spanle 
."18U7 d 
181; 9 d 
1865 d 




1850 -X- 
1850 - 
1869 -;t 



126 



8-3 SALLY ELLIOT b 11-17-1801 in Greene, II. Y. d 3-19-1875- Bu. 121 
Bu. in Upper Page Brook Gem, Da, of Joab (Joseph) and Nancy 
Kendrick. 



m 



1- 6-182U in Heath, Wass., David Kinsman. b ISOO in 
Heath, Mass, d 1-26-1878 in Greene, New York. 



83- 1 Austin D, Kinsman b 1825 d 126 

Bliss Kinsman b 1827 d 

m Lydia A, (~) b 1833 in Chenango Co,, N.Y. 

Augusta Kinsman b 2-23-18U3 d 6-23-1862 

83-1 AUSTBI D. KINSL'AN b 1825- Son of Sally Ellicft (Joab, Jos- 126 
eph) and David Kinsman 



m 



Elizabeth (~) b 1829 in Chenango Co., N.Y. 
Sally A, Kinsman b 18U3 d 



8-ii POLLY ELLIOT Da. of Joab (Joseph) and Nancy Kendrick, b 1803. 121 
m Allison Smith b 1808. Resided in Greene. 



Bushaby Smith 
Frederick V;. Smith 
Sherman Smith 
Ifyron B. Smith 


b 

b 
b 
b 


h- 7-1831 

2- 8-l8Ii5 

1839 


d 

d 
d 
d 


3- 7-18U3 
6- 8-1315 
1-20-1853 


Polly Smith 


b 




d 





127 



8-5 JOHN 5LLI0T b I8O3. d 5- -I89O in N.Y. Son of Joab 

(Joseph) and Nancy Kendrick. John was in Militia in 1839 in 
Chenango Co., N.Y. 



121 



m 



Betsey Gould. b I6I6 in Chenango Co., N.Y. 



85- 1 Mary Jane Elliott 
Nancy B, Elliott 

m Dr. Thomas M. 
Joab K. Elliott 
Lenora Elliott 
Kendrick Elliott 
Oliver C. Elliott 
Hial Elliott 

III and had a son. 
Betsey E. Elliott b 1851 d 

m Gould. They lived in Addison, N.Y. 

Francis H. Elliott b I85I4 d 

In 1890, he lived in Apalachin, N.Y. 



b 


1836 


d 




b 


1838 


d 




Johnson. 


I8h0-1887. 






b 


1810 


d 




b 


m 


— ^^- 


Gould 


b 




d 


single 


b 


10-13-l8i;8 


d 


single 


b 




d 





127 



1910 



85-1 T.IA.RY JANE ELLIOTT b I836 in Greene, N.Y. Da. of John (Joab, 
Joseph) and Betsey Gould, Her name iwas also -written Sarah 
Jane. 



127 



m Chauncey C. Page. b 1826. Son of Stephen and Anna (~) 
Page. 



Alice Page 
Eugenia Page 
Bela Page 



b 
b 
b 



d 
d 
d 



8-6 BETSEY ELLIOT b I8O8 in Chenango Co., N.Y. 
Da. of Joab (Joseph) and Nancy Kendrick. 



d 3- 5-I87U. 



m 



Joshua A. Harrington b 3- 2-I81I;. d 9-15-1893 in Noi^ 
wich, N.Y. Son of Joshua (b 1782, d 3- I-I87O. Bu. in 
Upper Page Brook Cem.) and Thankful (Harrington) Harrington 
(b 1785. d 10-31-1862) 



121 



125 



128 



8-6 



Francis M. Harrington 
Riley Wesley Harri.ncton 
Harry Ney Harrington 
Isobel Harrington 



b 


18U3 


d 


b 


1BU7 


d 


b 


I8U9 


d 


b 


185U 


d 



8-7 FRANKLIN ELLIOT b I809. d In Illinois. Son of Joab (Jos- 121 
eph) and Naincy Kendrick. 

IVith brothers John, Franklin £ind Joseph, he was in the II.Y, 
State I.Iilitia in 1839: 133rd Reg., 32nd Brigade, 17th Div,, 
infantry. He moved to Illinois betv/een 1850 and 1855. 



m 



Nancy Hinkley. b I8II N.Y. Insane in 1850. 



Nancy Elliott b 

m Denis on Vifinston 

Franklin Elliott b 

Sally Naomi Elliott b 

Richard Peter Elliott b 



1838 d 
3-211-181x1 d 
8-26-l8I;9 d 



9-21-I8I47 



8-8 JOSEPH ELLIOT b 3- 6-1812 in Chenango Co., Ifew York. 

d 2- 8-1878. Bu. in Oak Grove Cem. , Greene, N.Y. Son of 
Joab (Joseph) and Nancy Kendrick. 

m 12- 6-l81a, Helen W. TItylie. b 3-18-1822. Da. of Daniel 
and Lucy (Edgerton) Ti^lie, of Barker, N.Y. 

88- 1 Lucy A. Elliott b 1-13-18Uj d I9OL 

88- 2 James A. Elliott b 3- 8-l8b6 d 7-15-1908 

88- 3 Maiy M. Elliott b 11- 9-1818 d 

88- U Dudley Albert Bliss Elliott 7- 7-1852 d 2- 6-1911 

Hial V/. Elliott b li-28-l859 d 



121 



128 
129 
129 
129 



88-1 LUCY A. ELLIOTT b I-I8-I8U10 d 
(Joab, Joseph) and Helen Vtylie. 



190!^, Da. of Josep*! 



128 



129 



88-1 m(l) Sobrieski Monroe of Binghamton, N.Y. 
m(2) before I878, Samuel Ostrom. 

88- S Holland Graeme Monroe b d 1937 129 

Samuel Monroe b d 

88- 6 Dwight Van Monroe b 8- Ii-l87i4 d 1-19-1921 130 

88-2 JAMES A. ELLIOTT b 3- 8-l8h6. d 7-15-1908 in Barker, N.Y. 128 
Son of Joseph (Joab, Joseph) and Helen Wylie 

m Clementine (~) . d 11- 2- 19— 

Helen Edwards Elliott, Dr. b d 

)a Dr. U. Schuster. A resident in Central Islip 
Hospital, L.I. They work in the same hospital. 

88-3 imRY M. ELLIOTT b 11- 9-l8i;8. Da. of Joseph (Joab, Joseph) 128 
and Helen Tiylie. 

m Charles M. Edvrards. They lived in Heading Pa, but at the 
time of Joseph's -vvill being read, her address yfs.s given as 
Barker N.Y. (1878) 

Son Edwards b d 2 yrs. old. 

Helen Edvrards b d 

Hay not be her daughter but Helen Edwards was named 

in Joseph' s will. 

88-li DUDLEY ALBERT BLISS ELLIOTT b 7- 7-1852. d 2- 6-I9II in 128 
Greene, N.Y. Son of Joseph (joab, Joseph) and Helen Wylie. 

m Ella De Ette (Fuller) Tudor. b l85l. d 10- 9^1938. She 
v;as the last of lii children of Orlando C, and Sally A, ( — ) 
Fuller of Barker, N.Y. 

88- 7 Raymond Fuller Elliott b 9-I8-I88O d 12- 9^1958 130 

88-5 HOLLAND GRAEME MCNROE i 1937 in Cleveland, Ohio. Son of 129 

Lucy A, Elliott (Joseph, Joab, Joseph) and S, Monroe 



m 



Helen Leslie of Cleveland, Ohio. 



Holland Graeme Monroe b d 
He had a son Holland Graeme Monroe III 

Twin brother of Rolland b d at birth 

88- 8 Daniel Leslie Monroe b d 130 

88- 9 Helen Monroe b d 130 



130 



88-6 DIHGHT VAN MONROE b 8- U-I87U in Btmin.c^ham , H.Y. 129 

d 1-19-1921. Son of Lucy A. Elliott (Joseph, Joab, Joseph) 
and S. Monroe. 



m 



I90U, Anna Laughlin, an actress. b 10-11-1886 in Sacra- 
mento, Calif. d h- 6-1937. 

Lucy Chrisman Monroe b 10-23-1906 d 

Say Can You Sing? Singer Lucy Monroe, U6, who has 
made a career out of singing "The Star Spangled Banner" 
at clambakes of every description, gave her vievra to a 
House subcommittee studying various bills to nrovide , 
for the first time, an official version of the national 
anthem: "Don't change the basic melody but bring the 
high notes down a third or so. Audiences have difficulty 
with the high notes in the middle and again at the end," 
she told members of the subcommittee. "The people want 
to sing our song well, but rather than not make the high 
notes, some of them just do not sing at all," 
Newsweek L!agazine. I9U0 

88-7 RAYMOND FULLER ELLIOTT b 9-I8-I88O. d 12- 9^1958 enroute 129 
to Oconto, V.'isc, Son of Dudley A, B, (Joseph, Joab, Jos- 
eph) and Ella (Fuller) Tudor 

m 6-25-1906, Helen S. Van Valkenburgh. b 12- I-I88O. 
d 1935. 

88-10 Raymond Fuller Elliott Jr. b 12-31-1906 d 9-IO-I9U4 131 
88-11 Helen Boynton Elliott b 2-28-1912 d 131 

88-8 DANIEL LESLIE MONROE Son of Rolland G. Monroe (Lucy A. Elliott, 129 
Joseph, Joab, Joseph) and Helen Leslie. 

m Mary Anne Coe 

Dciniel Leslie Monroe, Jr. b d 

Patricia Monroe b d 

88-9 HELEN MCJIROE Da. of Rolland G. Monroe (Lucy A, Elliott, Jos- 129 
eph, Joab, Joseph) and Helen Leslie 

m Flichard Robinson. 

They had three boys. 



131 



88-10 RAYMCND FULLER ELLIOTT. JR. b 12-31-1908. d 9-10-1 9Ui. 130 

Son of Raymond F. (Dudley, Joseph, Joab, Joseph) and Helen 
Van Valkenburgh 

m Zerelda E. Frich 

■ Susan Elizabeth Elliott b 2-23-19^2 d 
Helen Elise Elliott b 2- 1-19U5 d 

88-11 HELEN BOYNTON ELLIOTT b 2-28-1912. Da. of Raymond F. 130 

(Dudley, Joseph, Joab, Joseph) and Helen Van Valkenburgh. 

m Howard B« Jacovas 

Jacqueline B, Jacovas b 5-16-1938 d 



8-9 JEP^LOAH ELLIOTT b I8l6 in New York. Son of Joab (Joseph) 121 
and Nancy Kendrick 

m Frances {—) b 1821 in pa. 

Susan Elliott b I81i2 d 

Sarah Elliott b l81i5 d 

Salomi Elliott b 181^6 d 

Franklin Elliott b l8ii8 d 



BETSEY ELLIOT b in I.tjrstic, Conn, Da. of Joseph and Desire 15 

BurrovTS . 



m 



Roswell Fitch. He moved into Chenango with Adin, Joab and 
Thomas Elliot and was said to have been married to Ledda but 
they did not appear in census records so they must have moved 
again. 



132 



10 ABISHA ELLIOT b 1776 in Ulystic , Conn. d U-?2-l839 in 

Coventry, Chenango Co., Nevf York. Bu, in Lower Page Brock 
Cam. Sen of Joseph and Desire (Burrows) Elliot 

Brought up in Leyden, Klass., he moved to Chenango County 
with his father in 179- and when his father died, inherited 
jointly with his brother Ittai the real estate owned by his 
father in Chenango County. 



m Sarah Comish. b 1776-8. d 185U-5. 
nish and sister to Jabez and Susannah. 



Da, of Jabez Co 3 



15 



Abisha Elliot- b 1-20-1802 d 

m Hannah Ann Ford. b 3- 2-l8Ui. Da. of John and 
Jerusha (Comish) Ford of ffevrf'ield, N.Y. 



IC^ 1 


T/illiam Elliot 




b lO-lU-lBOij 


d 




132 


lO 2 


Eliza Elliot 




b 1807 


d 


1-23-1686 


13U 




John Elliot 




b 1811 


d 


2- i4-l860 






Jared Elliot (Jerry) 




b 1816 


d 








Marella Elliot 




b 


d 








Sophronia Elliot 




b 


d 








m Buel Babcock, S 


r. 


his 3rd, wife 






28 




y,^aity Elliot 




b 


d 






lO- 3 


Susan Elliot 
George Elliot 




b 12-li4-l827 

b 


d 
d 


8-26-1902 


135 




It may be that this 


is 


the "Curly George" 


found in Len- 






awee Co., Itich. b 


2- 


2-1807 in N,Y. 


d 


2- 2-1690. 





10-1 VrailAM ELLIOT b lO-lij-lSOh in Coventry, N.Y, Bu. in Chest- 132 
nut Hill Cem. in Portville, N.Y. Son of Abisha (Joseph) 
and Sarah Comish. They lived in Portville, Cattaraugus Co,, 
N.Y. 



m 



Naomi Niles, b 8-3I-I8O7. Bu. beside William, 



101- 1 Fhilinda Elliot b 3-17-1626 d 

101- 2 William Heniy Elliot b 2-13-1828 d 

Elma Elliot b 5- 7-1830 d 
m Daniel Cole 



133 
133 



133 



10-1 



101- 3 



Aimis Elliot 


b 


7- Ii-1833 


d 




m Perry Button 










Samuel Elliot 


b 


lO- 6-183U 


d 




m Emeline Mapes 










Polly Ann Elliot 


b 


3- 7-1836 


d 


3-l6-l81a 


Franklin Elliot 


b 


11- -1839 


d 


9-21-l81t7 


Aaron Burr Elliot 


b 


5- 7-l8I;l 


d 




Itinerva Elliot 


b 


1- 2-1810; 


d 




m Chester Coleman 










Phebe Angeline Elliot 


b 


3-16-1850 


d 




m Timothy Elliott 











133 



101-1 PHILIMDA ELLIOT b 3-17-1826. Da. of William (Abisha, Jos- 
eph) and Naomi Niles. 

m James Henry Marsh. Son of Nathan Marsh and Eliza Ann 
Bennet, da, of John and Lydia (Elliot ) Bennet. 



101-2 vrCLLIW.! HENRY ELLIOTT b 2-13-1828 in Portville, N.Y. He 
died and was bu, in So. Chase Tv?p,, Oconto Co., Wise. 
Son of William (Abisha, Joseph) and Naomi Niles. 

William moved to Wisconsin from New York in l86l-l865, 

m Maxirailla Cornish. b 14- 1-1830 in Chenango Co., N.Y. 
Da. of Jabez Cornish and his 2nd. vfife, Sarah Weymouth, 
and half-sister to Desire Elliot's (Adin, Joseph) children, 



132 

121 
132 



22 



Sarah Erama Elliott b 

William Henry Elliott b 

m Itinnie Heinemann 
101- h Douglas Cornish Elliott 
Franklin Pierce (Frank) 

m(l) Grace Ladd in Singletown, Pa, 

m(2) Nettie Bentley 
Minerva Elliott b U-15-1872 

m George Henry Jaques 



10- i^-1855 
7-20-1856 

10-29-1857 
^12-1863 



d 
d 

d 
d 



infancy 



13lt 



101-3 



AARON BURR ELLIOTT b 5- 7-l81il. Son of William (Abisha, 
Joseph) and Naomi Niles. 



m 



133 



Adelia Smith 



Jessie Elliott b d 

m — • Luce who worked in Clean, N.Y. Post Office. 

The story of being related to Aaron Burr was told by 
both Elliotts and Shellenbargers but Aaron Burr was orphan- 



13ii 



101-3 ed when young and his only sister, Sarah, married a man 

named Reeves, Aaron had only one surviving heir, Theodosia 
Burr, b I783. From his biography in Aaron Burr by 
Nathan Schachner, Frederick A. Stokes Co., nTy. 1937, it 
does not appear to be a legend that bears repeating. 

lOl-ii DOUC-US COMISH ELLIOTT b 1020-185? In Chenango Co., N.Y. 133 
Bu. in Oconto Falls, Wise. Son of William H. (Y/illiam, 
Abisha, Joseph) and Maximilla Cornish. 

m Annie Amelia VoUc. b 6- 6^-1857 in Oconto Falls, Wise. 
Da. of Henry Volk (son of John b I8O7 in II.Y.C. founder 
of Oconto Falls in l8ii6^ and Almira Keteham. b Long Is- 
land, N.Y. ) and Bunn. (b Bemardsville, New Jersey) 

Edna Jane Elliott b 10-12-1887 d 

m George Hamilton of Kaukauna, Wise, 
101- 5 Harry Douglas Elliott b 8-29-188 9 d 23k 

Howard Payne Elliott b 12- 9-18 9U d 
m Alma Minerva Rifenberg 

101-5 HARRY DOUGLAS ELLIOTT b 8-29-1889 in Oconto Falls, Wise. 131^ 

Son of Douglas C. (William H., V/illiam, Abisha, Joseph) 
and Annie A, Volk. 

m(l) Florence Irene Rifenberg. b II-IO-I89I in Brookside, 

Wise, d 10-22-1920 in Gary, Indiana 
m(2) Rose Elizabeth Nelson. b 5-2l4-l895 in Weyauwega, iVise. 

Eileen Rose Elliott b 2-23-1933 d 

m Albert Francis Sehuehardt. b 2-10-1928 in Mad- 
ison, Wisconsin. 



10-2 ELIZA ELLIOT b I8O7 in Coventry, New York. d 1-23-1886. 132 

Eu. in N. Fenton Cem., Broome Co., N.Y, Da. of Abisha (Jos- 
eph) and Sarah Cornish. 

ra Edward Burrows. b 6- -I6O6 in Stonington, Conn. Bu. in 

N. Fenton Cem., Broome Co., N.Y, Son of Nathan (John, John, 159 
John, Rob't) and Sarah Williams of Chenango Co., New York 



135 



10-2 



Edward Burrows b I83U d 1923 * 



m Mary Lj'man 



^ 



Maria Burrows b I836 d * 

John W. BurroTfs b l839 d l865 ^- 

Eliza Burrows b I8U0 d * 

Elisha A. Burrows b l8i;2 d ^<- 

Betsey Burrows b l8U3 d «■ 

Sophronia Burrows b 3-17-18U6 d i|-23-1912 

m Henry Paddlef ord . Son Henry Jr. 

Children's names supplied by R. Earl Burrows. 



10-3 SUSAN ELLIOT b 12-lJi-l827 in Coventry, New York. d 8-26- 132 
1902. Da. of Abisha (Joseph) and Sarah Cornish. 

m l;-ll-l8i4 9 in Greene, N.Y., John Whiting Cornish , half- 
brother to Desire Elliot (A din, Joseph) and Jabez Cornish' 22 
children. b 8-27-1826. d 11- 1-1852. Son of Jabez 
Cornish and 2nd wife, Sarah (Gould) Weymouth. 

103- 1 Francis L. Cornish b 1-28-1850 d U-I5-I898 135 

103- 2 Sarah Elliott Cornish b 6-lii-l853 d 135 

103-1 FRANCIS L. CORNISH b 1-28-1850. d Ii-l5-l898 in a rail- 135 

road accident in Plome, N.Y. Son of Susan Elliot (Abisha, 
Joseph) and John V.'. Cornish. Residence was in Rome, N.Y. 

m 8-21^-1872, Abbie Townsend. b Elmira, N.Y. 

103-2 SARAH ELLIOTT CORNISH b 6-lb-l853. Da. of Susan Elliot 135 

(Abisha, Joseph) and John W, Cornish. They lived in Elmira, 
New York 

m 10- 8-1876, George I. Monnell of Rom8, N.Y. 

Charles Arvid Monnell b 8-20-1877 d 

m 6-15-I90I1, Bertha Bailey 

Francis G. Monnell b II-3O-I878 d 

Harriet B. Monnell b 11-21-1880 d 

SalOTie Elliott Monnell b 1-21-188 7 d 



136 



103-2 Maud Capilolla Mcmnell b 5-21-1=' 90 d 

Samuel John Monnell b I-21-I89U d 3-2li-lB95 

Harry Comish Monnell b U-21-I898 d 



137 



11 ITTAI ELLIOT b 1779 in New Hampshire, d 186^ in W. Almond, l5 
Allegheny Co., New York, Son of Joseph and Desire Burrows. 
(In the 1850 U.S. Census his age was given as 71 and in the 
i860 Census taken by his son his age was stated as 78.) 

m 1799, Esther Lusina Page. b 12-IU-I78O in Cheshire, New 225 
Haven Co., Conn. d l850-l860 in lU Almond, New Yoric. Da, 
of Jared Page and Lydia Bristol. 

Daughter Elliot b 1790- I8OO d 

Tvro other children b d 

Belleman Elliot b d 

Eliza Elliot b I807 d 

Single, Lived v;ith father in i860. 

11- 1 Jared Page Elliot b 3- 2-1809 d 2-IU-I89O 138 

11- 2 Sherman Otis Elliot b I8II d ihh 

11- 3 Ittai A. Elliot b 7-29-l8li; d 5-29-1852 11^5 

11- h Luman Burrows Elliot b Il-l5-l8l6 d 8- 2-I87O lii8 

11- 5 Lorenzo Cameron Elliot b 3-31-1819 d fall 1899 lU9 

Ittai was raised in Leyden, Ifeiss., and moved with his parents 
to Greene, Chenango Co., N.Y, in the 1790' s. He was a farmer 
and shoemaker by trade. 

Jointly, with Abisha, he inherited from his father "all and 
sundry real estate not given to their mother •' — a farm in Greene, 
N.Y. ' T/hat ultimately happened to the farm is unknown but in 
I83I4, Abisha and Charles R, Elliott sold a parcel of land to Al- 
vin Stone. 

Ittai bought property in 1799 and in 1805 in Chenango Co., 
vfhich he probably sold before moving to Lisle Town, Broome Co. 
He sold to John Sawyer 20 A. located 2 W of Lat. N 32, Lisle 
Town, Broome Co., N.Y., dated 6^ 7-I816, In November I816, Lu- 
man B. was born in Schuyler Co., but in March I819, Lorenzo' C, 
was born in Broome County. Tl'ie History of Allegheny County , 
N.Y. , stated Ittai and his brother Thomas arrived in W, AlSond 
from Chenango County, in I826, 

Ittai bought timberland and made the first clearing in which 
he built a log house. His son Jared Page, cho~pped the first 
harrow- on the farm and slept on hemlock boughs. 



038 



b 


1-27-1833 


d 


3-2^1900 


139 


b 


11- 2-183U 


d 


U-2li-l897 


liiOa 


b 


9- 2-1836 


d 


5-10-1837 




b 


5- 6-1838 


d 


3-22-18U1 




b 


5-31-18UO 


d 


8- 2-18 92i 


1U2 


b 


U-30-l81i3 


d 







11-1 JARED PAGE ELLIOTT b 3- 2-1809 in Greene, Chenango County, 137 

N.Y. d 2-lii-l890 in Alma, Allegheror Co., N.Y. Son of 
Ittai (Joseph) and Esther Page. 

m 12-26-1831, Maiy Smith. b 9-29-1815 in Allegheny Co., 
N.Y. d 2-15-1890 iji Alma, New York. 

Ill- 1 Heniy Smith Elliott -tt 
111- 2 jared Page Elliott -j^ 
Isabella Elliott 
Lucius Elliott 
111- 3 Luman Burrows Elliott 
Lafayette Elliott 

Chf. of Police in Eau Claire, Wise. In the i860 
U.S. Census for Big Flats, Chera\mg Co., N.Y., there 
was a Fayette Elliott age 2U, lumberman, b, N.Y. 
In the same Census there was an Abisha Elliott, age 
89, lumberman, probably related but not the brother 
of Ittai for he died in 1839. 
Hannah Elliott b 9- 2-18U5 d 8- 8-1905 

m 1- 1-1862, Enoch Hanks. 
Ill- h Hugh M. Elliott b 6- 3-18U7 d lli2 

Sarah A. Elliott b U-27-18U9 d 9^27-l8U9 

Rebecca E. Elliott b 11-22-1853 d 

m Silas ?^ilcax 
111- 5 Franklin Elliott b U-II-I86O d h- 6-1927 213 

Jared was a young man of 15, when he moved to W. Almond, 
N.Y. He was assessor, highway commissioner for three years, 
supervisor for seven years and Justice of the Peace for two 
terms. He was a shoemaker, farmer and lumberman. 

He owned property, with his brother, Liansm B., purchased 
from Benjajnin Spencer and from Levi Holcomb, relative of his 
grandmother, Betsey Page (Esther), which the brothers sold 
for .«500.00, to Lorenzo Cameron Elliott, dated 2-25-l8Ui. 
The two parcels of land in the Morris Reserve known as the 
Cazenovia Tract, described and located T U, R 1. Liber I6, 
P 559 J Book of Deeds 2, p 200 and Book of Deeds 8, p 325, in 
Allegheny COd, N.Y. 

In 1855, Jared P moved to V/ellsville and three years later 
moved to Honeoj'Q Creek, Ontaido Co., N.Y., where he owned 
liiOO acres which v/as farm and timberland. In l86ij, he moved 
to Alma, Allegheny Co., New York. 

-:;• Pirthdate of Jared may be 1832 and in the I9OO U.S. Census 
Henry gave his birthdate as l83li. The above from the Bible. 



139 



111-1 HENRY SIIITH (or SESSION) ELLIOTT b 1-27-1833 in TiT. Almond, 138 
N.Y. d 3-26-1900 in Alma, II.Y. Son of Jared P. (Ittai, 
Joseph) and Mary Smith, 



m 



Elizabeth Wilson. b 11- -l83ii. d 7-IO-I9OU in Alma. 
Da, of John and Betsey ( — ) Mis on. 



Belle Elliott b 3- -i860 .d 

m Wells Wyvell. IIo children. She v/as at hcane 
of Henry S.'in I9OO U.S. Census in Alma, N.I. 

Julius A. Elliott b 12- -I86I1 d 

Jennie V., Elliott b d 

m(l) John Hiley of Olean, N.Y, No children 

m(2) Stockweather. No children. 

ra(3) Gorton. No children. 

nil- 1 Henry Ward Elliott b I872 d I9U; 139 

In VI, Almond, Henry S, xias a collector for two years and 
an assessor for several ^nsars. Henry and Jared Page Elliott 
lived on what is called the "Upper Farm" across a little can- 
yon from each other where they built frame houses facing each- 
other, lildred (Elliott) Thomas says she has personally seen 
the cellar of Henry's house and a stone marker, presumably 
the headstone of Jared P. 

Henry S, moved in I872, to Alma and built the "yellow 
house Tfrhich still stands in good shape." (ItLldred Thomas) 

1111-1 HENRY WARD ELLIOTT b I872 iji Alma, New Yoric, d 19l|l; 139 
in Alma, Son of Henry S, (Jared P,, Ittai, Joseph) and 
Elizabeth Wilson. 

m Delia Mae (Hunt) Rivenburg, b 18 71 in Ormal, New York, 
d 193ii in Aljna, New York 

E. Elliott b d 

Thomas Elliott b d 

nil- 2 MJ-ldred E. Elliott b 9-30-1896 d 139 

Jenny Page Elliott b 8-29-I9OO d 

nil- 3 Mary Margaret Elliott 7- 2-I90U d ll|0 

nil- h Hov/ard Ward ElUott b 7-29-lQlO d ll;0 

nn-2 MILDRED E, ELLIOTT b 9-30-1896 in Olean, N.Y. Da, of 139 
Henry W. (Henry S,, Jared P., Ittai, Joseph) and Delia 
Pdvenburg . 

m 1-25-1930 in Elmira, N,Y,, Bruce Adams Thomas. 

b 12- 6-1906. Resided in IVellsville and Alma, N.Y. 



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1111-2 Robert Bruce Thomas b 8-10-1933 in Wellsvllle 

1111- 5 Richard Elliott Tlioraas 6-27-1936 d lUO 

David LaZalle Thomas U-11-1939 d 

1111-3 MARY MARGARET ELLIOTT b 7- 2-1 90U in Alma, New York. 139 

Da. of Henry W, (Henry S,, Jared P., Ittai, Joseph) and 
Delia Rivenburg. 

m 2-21-1933 in Wellsville, N.Y., Harold Schadt. They 
reside in San Diego, California. 

nil- 6 Gail Harold Schadt b 9-13-1933 d UiO 

Louise Schadt b d 

Naomi Schadt b d 

Patricia Schadt b d 



1111-U HOWARD WARD ELLIOTT b 7-29-1910 in Wellsville, New York. 139 

Son of Henry W, (Henry S., Jared P., Ittai, Joseph) and 
Delia Rivenburg. They reside in Wellsville, 

m 3-10-1936 in Wellsville, N.Y., Erma Spesler Fortner. 
b 1910. 

Hugh William Elliott b 1939 d 

m Judy Holly Dunshies 
Eugene Vernon Elliott 195U d 

Student at Glaiicson College of Technology. 

1111-5 RICHARD ELLIOTT THOmS b 6-27-1936 in Wellsville , N.Y. lliO 

Son of Mildred E. Elliott (Henry W., Henry S., Jared P., 
Ittai, Joseph) and Bruce A, Thomas. 

m 

Per Donald Thomas b 1-11-1957 in Copenhagen, 

Denmark . 
Sonja Elizabeth Thomas 6-I6-I96I4 in Binghamton, 

New York 
Christopher Bruce Thomas 2- 1-1 969 in Binghamton. 

1111-6 GAIL H0V;ARD SCHADT b 9-13-1933 in Wellsville, New York. lliO 

Son of Mary Margaret Elliott (Henry W,, Henry S., Jared P., 
Ittai, Joseph) and Harold Schadt. They reside in San 
Diego, California. 



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1111-6 Belle Adella Schadt b U-19-1958 d 

Rachel Diane Schadt b IO-3O-I962 d 

Valerie Arm Schadt b h- 8-I967 d 

Amy Marie Schadt b 10-27-1968 



111-2 JAHED PAGE ELLIOTT * b 11- 2-183U in W. Almond, 138 

Allegheny County, N.Y. d U-2i;-l897 in W. Almond, Son 
of Jared P. (Ittai, Joseph) and Mary Smith. 

Family legend says he went to California to hunt for 
gold. 

■«• Some present-day members of the family say he spelled 
his name "Jerod" but do not know if it were to avoid con- 
fusion with other Jareds or for some other reason. Since 
his father was the namesake of both father and brother of 
Betsey (Esther) Page and Jared (l83ii) was the namesake of 
his father, this book will show the spelling as above. 

m 1- 1-1865, Laura Alice Coon. b 5- I-I8I4U. 

d 12-26-1915 in Allentovm, N.Y., where she moved after 
her husband's death. Da. of Joseph and Phoebe (Van Horn) 
Coon. 



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111-2 TTalter B, Elliott b 3-UL-I869 d 8-20-l?l6 

He moved to Illinois, married and had children who 
had no children. He died of sunstroke in Effingham, 
Illinois . 

Minnie Page Elliott b I87I d 12-27-19U6 

She was a rugf^ed individual. She attended Valparaiso 
University in Indiana, then taught school for many 
years in Redstone and Plentywood, Mont., and hone- 
steaded in that area. She spent the latter part of 
her life in Plentywood but died in Rochester, Minn, 

1112- 1 William Henry Elliott b 6^-25-1872 d 10-21-1935 liJ- 

Eugene Elliott b d U-20-19 

age 69, in East Syracuse, li.Y, He worked on the 
railroad and later for Lennox Furnace Co, 

Curtis Elliott b d infancy 

1112-1 WnXIAM HENRJf ELLIOTT b 6-25-1872 in Aljna, New Yoiic, ihl 

d 10-21-1935 in Derrick City, McKean Co., Pa. Son of 
Jared P. (Jared P., Ittai, Joseph) and La\ira Coon. 

They lived in Alma until 1920 when he moved to Derrick 
City, Pa. 



m 



11-27-1902, Harriet Harder. 



1112- 2 Grant William Elliott b 2-18-1905 d 5- 8-I96I lU 
1112- 3 Glenn Curtis Elliott b 10-25-1907 d lUl 

1112-2 GRANT WILLIAM ELLIOTT b 2-18-1905 in Alma, New York. lU 

d 5- 6-1961 near Bradford, McKean Co., Pa. Son of Wm. H, 
(Jared P,, Jared P., Ittai, Joseph) and Harriet Harder. 

m Beulah (Rapp) Chamberlain 

1112- h Walter C. Elliott b 6- 8-1926 d lii2 

Merle Elliott b adopted 

He is Beulah' s son by her first marriaga. He 
lives in Houston, Texas, 

1112-3 GLENN CURTIS ELLIOTT b 10-25-1907 in Alma, New York, Son lUl 
of Wm. H, (jared P,, Jared P,, Ittai, Joseph) and Harriet 

Harder. ^ ^ rw j 

Glenn lived in T/ashington D, C, in Pittsburgh, Pa., and 
in 19itO moved to Warren, Pa,, where he remained. 



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1112-3 m 5-28-1932, Nellie Crump. b 12- 2-190U. 

1112- 5 Linda K. Elliott b ii-28-19U3 d ii^2 

1112-lj "[ALTER C. ELLIOTT b 6- 8-1926 in Bradford, McKean Co., Pa. Jhl 
Son of Grant (Wm. H., Jared P., Jared P., Ittai, Joseph) 
and Beulah Chamberlain. Reside in Anniston, Alabama. 

m 7- 6-19it7, Vivian Buller 

Zan Michael Elliott b l-lli-19U9 d 

m 12-31-1975, Brenda Freeman, 
Faye Martha Elliott b 5-2U-1950 d 

m 6- -1973, Harold Pierce. 2 children. 
Lynne Ann Elliott b 3-12-l961| d 

1112-5 LINDA K. ELLIOTT b li-28-19ii3 in Warren, Pa. Da. of Glenn 2ii2 
(Wm, H., Jared P., Jared P., Ittai, Joseph) and Nellie Crump. 

m 6-15-1968, Joel L. Roop 

Janna Elizabeth Roop b 6- 8-1973 d 
Lisa Elliott Roop b 5-23-I975 d 



111-3 imm BURRavS ELLIOTT b 5-31-l8iiO in W. Almond, New Yoit. 138 

d 8- 2-l89li in Duke Center, McKean Co., Pa. Son of Jared 
P. (Ittai, Joseph) and Mary Smith. 

He was a supervisor in v;. Almond in I863 and 1865. He yms 
a Civil War veteran and had a colorfiil life. He ovmed a 
hotel in Alma and had indentured Irishmen working for him. 
He yras a lumberman around Duke Center. 



111-U HUGH M. ELLIOTT b 6- 3-181j7 in W. Almond, N.Y. d in Eau 138 
Claire, Wise. Son of Jared P. (Ittai, Joseph) and Mary- 
Smith. 

Hugh attended Biminghajn College and in 1865 went to 
^Q? ^^^^"^ ^°'» niinois, and fanned for two years. In 
I867, he moved to Eau Claire, Wise, and worked in copper « 

mines and for Lumber Co., ]jic., as a log scaler until he ■ 

retired in 191it to sell insurance. ■ % 



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111-U m Olivia Curtis, Da. of William and Isobel (—) Cxirtia. 

IIII4- 1 Jared W, Elliott b 9- 5-1873 d HO 

Josephine Elliott b d 

m T. C. Wylie of Eau Claire. He worked for the 

Soo Railroad Co. 
Claire Elliott b d 

m Cressie Carter. He worked for the Soo RR Co. 
Laura Elliott b d 

m Earl Kidd of Owens, Wise, 
Byron Elliott b d 

He worked in Central Warehouse Lumber Co., VAnneap- 

olis, Minn, 

llll;-l JARED W. ELLIOTT b 9- 5-1873 in Eau Claire, V-'isc. Son of lla3 
Hugh M. (Jared P., Ittai, Joseph) and Olivia Curtis. 

Jared W, graduated from Dixon College. He was a member 
of the Knights of Pythias, Germans Lodge # h? and the Red 
Men, He was a lumberman and in 1913 was associated with 
the Kaiser Lvmiber Co., as Sales Manager. 

m Sarah Gillis, Da. of Archibald and Euphronia (Mclnnls) 
Gillis . 

Hugh Gillis Elliott b d 



111-5 FRANKLIN ELLIOTT b 1^-11-1860 in Alma, N,Y. d h- ^1927 138 

in Wellsville, N.Y. Son of Jared P, (Ittai, Joseph) and 
Mary Smith, 

m li-29-lB8l, Myrta M. Watkins. b 10-31-1863. d l-2> 
1920 in Vfellsville, New York. 

Cyrus LaVem Elliott b 3-17-1882 d h- 7-1906 

Died in an accident at college. 

1115- 1 Anna Elliott b 3- 2-1886 d ll*3 

1115- 2 mrian Elliott b 9-13-1896 d UbJi 

1115-1 ANNA ELLIOTT b > 2-1886 in Wellsville, N.Y. Da, of Uli3 

Franklin (Jared P., Ittai, Joseph) and }SyrtA Watkins. 

m Frank Baker. 

Frank Baker Jr. b 11-19-1519 d yes. 



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1115-2 mRIAN ELLIOTT b 9-13-1896. Da. of Fi^nklin (Jared P., lU3 

Ittai, Joseph) and Hyrta Watkins. 

m 12-23-1911, Finla Cravrford. He is associated rrith the 
Syracuse University and the New Yorfc State Power Authority, 
They live in Andover, Neiv York, 

Jean Cravrford b d 

Richard Cra-wford b d 

m and has h children. 



11-2 SHEK.IAN OTIS ELLIOT b I8II in Chenango County, Netw Yoric. 137 

d in Rock Island Co., Illinois, Son of Ittai (Joseph) and 
Esther Page. 

Sherman and his brother, Ittai A., moved to Illinois from 
Allegheny County, N.Y. in I8U6. 

m Harriet ( — ) b l8lit in Angelica, Allegheny Co., N.Y, 



Daughter Elliott 


b 


1830- 1835 


d 


Sarah Elliott 


b 


1836 


d 


Permelia Elliott 


b 


1837 


d 


Melissa Elliott 


b 


18U0 


d 


Delilah Elliott 


b 


18U2 


d 


Bellenna Elliott 


b 


I8U1 


d 


Jerome B. Elliott 


b 


I8ii6 


d 


Welshire Elliott 


b 


I81i9 


d 


Adelaide Elliott 


b 


1850 


d 



112- 1 Jerome B. Elliott b l8i|6 d lUx 



112-1 JEROME B. ELLIOTT b I8I46 in Allegheny Co., New York. Son Ihl; 

of Sherman Otis (Ittai, Joseph) and Harriet ( — ) Elliott. 

(Although the family say Sherman and Ittai went to Ill- 
inois in l8Ut, in the Census Jerome said he was bom in N»Y. ) 

m Rusia ( — ) b l85l in Illinois. Her father was bom_in 
Indiana and her mother in New York, 



Benton Elliott 


b 


1873 


d 


Eric Elliott 


b 


1875 


d 


Cora Elliott 


b 


1879 


d 


Casia Elliott 


b 


1878 


d 



lUS 



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11-3 ITTAI A. ELLIOTT b 7-29-l8lh in Chenango County, New York. 137 

d 5-29-1852 age UO/lO/O (which would make him bom in 18 11. 
The birthdates of Sherman and Ittai may have been arrived 
at from Census reports which are often in error) 
Ittai A, died from an accident in Buffalo Prairie Twp,, Rock 
Island Co., Illinois. Son of Ittai (Joseph) and Esther Page. 

In l8iiO, he lived in McKean Co., Pa. and in l8Ui he and 
Sherman are said to have migrated to Illinois. It may have 
been in I8I16, however, Hiey were the first settlers of Rock 
Island County, 

m 11- 2-1833 in Allegheny Co., New York, Armenia W, Hunt. 

b 9-18-1811; in Angelica, New York. d U-10-1897 in Buffalo 
Prairie Twp,, Rock Islsind Co., Illinois, Bu. in Mercer Co., 
Illinois , 
m(2) 11-21-1858, John T. Disney. Farmer, He served in 

the same regiment and company as his step-son, Silas 

Andrew Elliott, during the Civil V/ar. 

113- 1 Benjamin Palmer Elliott b 1§3U d IhS 

113- 2 Silas Andrew Elliott b I838 d 10- U-I887 lh$ 

Noyes B, Elliott b 1839 d 
m Anna E, ( — ) 

113- 3 Hannah Delilah Elliott b 2-17-18U2 d 1-27-1932 Ui6 

Mary Elizabeth Elliott b 18U5 d 1923 

m 6-15-1863, James L, Lamb 

Esther Ann Elliott b 7- -I8U8 d 8-21-1850 



113-1 BENJAi:iN PAUlER ELLIOTT b l83ii in W. Almond, New York, 11x5 

d in Illinois. Son of Ittai A. (Ittai, Joseph) and Armenia 

Hunt, 

m 10-30-1856, Ellen Pence. 



113-2 SIUS ANDREW ELLIOTT b 1838 in W, Almond, Allegheny Co., 1I,Y, 11j5 
d 10- lt-l887 in Ada, Kansas. Son of Ittai A. (Ittai, Josei*) 
and Armenia Hunt. 



m 



10-25-1860 by Rev. 0, T, Conger in Edgington, Illinois, 



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113-2 Margaret Elizabeth Anderson. b 1839 in Pa. d 1918 in 

Ada, Kansas. Da. of Isaac Anderson (b 3- 1-18 Oli in Pa, 
d 9-15-1883 in Kansas.) and l.feirgaret Elizabeth McCauley. 

Ittai A. Elliott b 9-2U-1861 d 2-18-1917 

in Denver, Colo. m Celia Rutherford. 
Melvira Belle Elliott b 1-19-186? d Ii-27-19la 

m John W, Hogarty. Resided in Ada, Kansas. 
Minnie Elliott b 10-12-1868 d 2- 8-1901 

in Mo, m Rolla A, Davis. b 11-16-1857. 

d in California 
1132- 1 Margaret Josephine b 12-15-1870 d 12-26-19hii lli5b 

Azeta Elliott b 7-15-1872 d 12-23-1897 

m 11- 8-1891, Aaron Parsons. b 2-28-1866. 
Maty J. Elliott b 6-27-1875 d 3- 2-19U2 

in Denver, Colo. m William Langton. 

b 9-li4.-1868 in Illinois. 
Silas Elliott b I878 d infancy 

In i860, Silas moved from Neiw York to Buffalo Prairie Twp., 
Rock Island Co., Illinois, Silas enlisted in Edgington, HI., 
cind -jras mustered into the U.S. Army as a private, Co. B, 126th 
Reg., niinois Vol., Inf., 9- U-1862. Age: 2ii; height: 
5' 11" J hair: light; eyes; grey; complexion: sandy. He vjas 
mustered out 7-12-1865 at Pine Bluff, Ark, It was in 1863A» 
during his first year of service that he contracted a disabling 
disease, sporadic cholera, from which he never recovered. 

The regiment participated in the seige of Vicksburg, in the 
capture of Little Rock, Ark., and in the fighting at Claren- 
don, ArkEinsas. 

Sometime between I868 and I87O, the family was moved by cov- 
ered Tvagon to a farm in Cass Co., Missouri, and in I87I, in two 
covered wagons, one drawi by oxen, Silas took the family to 
frontier Kansas and homesteaded on First Creek, northwest of Ada 
in Ottovra, County. 

The last Indian raid had taken place in June I869, but con- 
stant vigilance had to be maintained as the nearest troops were 
stationed at Fort Riley, 90 miles to the east. The year l87ii 
brought a scourge of grasshoppers that decimated every growing 
thing and left a residue of eggs Triiich had to be dealt with 
later. More or less severe droughts added to the difficulties 
of those pioneering years. 

Grain and other produce was hauled overland UO miles to and 
from Solomon City and stock driven to the Kansas Pacific Rail- 
road at Solomon City, completed in I869, Another ten years 
elapsed before the railroad reached Minneapolis, the cotmty seat 
of Qttcnra County, Kansas. Frontier Twp,, which included the 
village of Ada was organized in I873, 



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1132-1 MRGAHET JOSEPHDJE ELLIOTT b 12-l$-l870 in Cass Co., Mo. 
d 12-26-1 9IJ4 in Ada, Kansas. Da. of Silas A, (Ittai A., 
Ittai, Joseph) and Margaret Anderson. 



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m 



ii-22-1890 by Rev. E. B, Tucker in Ada Baptist Church, 
Charles Alfred Luke. b 10-22-1865 near Galesburg, Ill- 
inois, d 10-25-19ii5 in Topeka, Kan. Son of John and 
Kate (Ericson) Luke. 

John Luke (Johanes LOk) b U-13-1817 in Gothensburg, 
STireden. d 11- 1-19U5 in Topeka, Kansas. His wife. 
Katherine Ericson (Kajsa Erlksdotter) was bom 3-22-1832 
in Stockholm, d 11- 5-1903 in Kansas. Legend said 
John had spent 18 years in the S-wedish army. 

The couple and his children by a previous marriage, 
Andrew Johnson, Augiost and Tilda, came to America 8-30- 
1862, and landed first at a Canadian port and imnediately 
entered the United States and settled near Galesburg, ni., 
which was a large Swedish colonization center. Frcm there 
they moved in 1871, to Ottowa Co., Kan., pioneer settlers 
in Fountain Twp, He was a farmer. Of their nine children 
born in the U.S., only Charles Alfred and Emma (Luke) Grace 
lived to adiilthood. 



i 



1132- 


2 


Ittai Albert Ixke 


b 


3-2li-l891 


d 


1132- 


3 


Theresa Katheirine Luke 


b 


10-13-1892 


d 


1132- 


h 


Elsie Elvira Luke 


b 


3- 9-1895 


d 


1132- 


5 


Mildred Dewey Luke 


b 


5-2l;-l898 


d 


1132- 


6 


Harry August Luke 


b 


3- 8-1901 


d 


1132- 


7 


Harriet Louise Luke 


b 


11- a-1907 


d 



>25-1938 



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IhSd 
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1132-2 ITTAI ALBERT LUKE, COL. b 3-2ii-l891, Ada, Kan. Son of ia5b 
Margaret Elliott (Silas A., Ittai A., Ittai, Joseph) and 
Charles Luke. 

m 11- 3-1919 in Brest, France, Nina Cecile Beers. 

b i;-19-l89U in Sargent, Nebraska. Ta. of Robert and 
Loma ( — ) Beers. 



1132- 8 
1132- 9 



Frederick Theodore Luke 8-20-1920 d 
Charles Robert Luke b I-II7-I92I d 



lli5d 
lij5e 



Ittai Albert received a BJV, degree from the University of 
Kansas in 19lli and served as enlisted man in the Kansas Nat'l. 
Guard during his college yeSiTS, 

From 5-I6-I91I4 to 10-25-1916, he was a member of the Dep't. 
of Terrestrial Magnetism, Carnegie Institute, Washington r.C,, 
and served as ^te,gnetic Observer, Atmospheric Observer and 
Navigator. Travels during this period took him from New Yoric 
to Norway, the Arctic Ocean to nearly the 80th parellel, Ice- 



IhSc 



1132-2 land, and return to New Torkj to Panama, Hairaii, Alaska, 
New Zealand; to South Georgia; around the Antarctic Con- 
tinent to New Zealand; to Samoa, Guam and San Francisco, 
California, 

From January to May 1917, he was Assistant in Physics 
and a graduate student at Stanford Univ., California, 

From 6- 5-1917 to 6-30-19U6, he served as a coanmissioned 
officer in the U.S. Amy, holding ranks from 2nd. Lieutenant 
to Colonel. Over eight years were served in the Field A]>- 
tillerj'- and over twenty in the Ordnance Dept, He served in 
ten states within the Union and in France and Geimany dur- 
ing W I. He located in Calif omia after retirement. 

He received the Silver Star Medal, Victory Medal with 
Battle Clasps; having served in five major battles and in 
the Army of Occupation in VJV7 I, In W II, he received the 
American Defense Service Medal, Legion of Merit Medal, Amy 
Commendation Ribbon with Oakleaf Cluster, American Theater 
Ribbon and the British Medal —Honorary Officer of the Most 
Excellent Order of the British Empire. 

Membership in organizations include: Sigma Xi (Scien- 
tific Society), Scabbard and Blade (Military Fraternity), 
Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity, National Geographic Society and 
the Araiy Ordnance Association. 

Nina Cecile (Beers) Luke gradimted from Northwestern Nor- 
mal School, Alva, Calif., and from the Univ, of Calif,, 
Class of 1916 with a B, A. degree. From 1931; to 1938, she 
attended the Corcoran School of Art, Washington D, C,, and 
from I9U0 to 19h2, attended art courses at the Phillips Mem- 
orial Gallery in Washington D, C, including work under na- 
tionally known artists Eugen Weisz, Richard Lahey and C. Law 
Vtetkins . 

She traveled extensively in Europe smd lived in ten states 
and finally tb retirement in Menlo Park, California, 

Nina Cecile Luke was a portrait cind landscape artist but 
was interested in all the arts, music smd literature as well 
as being a collector of early American glass, china and an- 
tique furniture. She was a member of the Alpha Delta Pi 
Sorority and the Association of University Women, 

1132-3 THERESA KATHERINE LUKE b 10-13-1892 in Ada, Kansas. lii5b 
d 3-25-1938 in Ada. Da. of Margaret Elliott (Silas A,, 
Ittai A,, Ittai, Joseph) and Charles Luke. 

m 2-12-1913 in Melvem, Kan,, Oliver Franklin Holt. 

b 1- 5-1889 in Hoyt, Kan. d 10- 6-1930 in Topeka, Kan, 
Both he and Theresa were bu. in Hoj't. 

1132-ii ELSIE ELVIRA LUKE b 3- 9-1895 in Ada, Kan, Da, of Margar- m5b 



I 



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1132-U et Elliott (Silas A., Ittai A., Ittai, Joseph) and Charleo 

Luke. 

m 5-19-1918 in Lyndon, Kan., Levi Morton Sparks, 
b 1-17-1896 in Newkirk, Oklahoma. 

1132-5 MILDRED DEWEY LUKE b 5-2l;-l896 in Minneapolis, Kan. Da. Hi 5b 

of llargaret Elliott (Silas A., Ittai A., Ittai, Joseph) 
and Charles Luke. 

m 5-22-1920 in Manhattan, Kan., Richard A, Hudspeth 
b 10-21-1897 in Ogden, Kansas 

1132-6 HARRY AUGUST LUKE b 3- 8-190h in Junction City, Kansas. 1145b 

Son of Margaret Elliott (Silas A,, Ittai A., Ittai, Joseph) 
and Charles Luke. 

m 5-27-1926 in Topeka, Kan., Rozella E. Orrick. 
b 7-21-1907 in Shattuck, Oklahoma. 

1132-7 HARRIET LOUISE LUKE b 11- U-1907 in Junction City, Kansas. Ii45b 
Da. of Margaret Elliott (Silas A., Ittai A., Ittai, Joseph) 
and Charles Lxike, 

m i;- 8-1932 in Topeka, Kan., Harold C. Boley. 
b 7-21-1907 in Topeka, Kan. 

1132-8 FREDERICK THEODOIE LUKE b 8-20-1920 in Paris, Fiance. Sor lU5b 
of Ittia A. Luke (!,feirgaret Elliott, Silas A., Ittai A,, 
Ittai, Joseph) and Nina C, Beers. 

ra 2- 9-19h7, Mary Herschel Drabelle. Da. of Herschel 
John and Ella (Rohde) Drabelle. 

Ellen Virginia Luke b 6- 6-19l9 d 
Mary Herschel Luke b 11-29-1950 d 

Margaret Cecile Luke b 11- 2-1957 d 

Frederick graduated with a B.S. degree in Chemical Engi- 
neering from the Univ. of Kansas, Lawrence, Kan, He was a 
member of High School Cadets and of the Reserve Officers 
Training Corps at the University, being a Cadet Cap't. in 
his senior year. 

In February 191(2, he joined the Monsonto Chemical Co., 
St. Louis, Mo., and to the present his work has been along 
the lines of design, development and production. He is 
doing post-gradioate study at Washington Univ., St. Loxiis. 



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1132-8 Membership in organizations include: Torch (National 
Honor Society of Secondarj- Schools), Sigma Tau (National 
Eng. Honor Soc), Alpha Chi Sigma (Professional Chem, 
Fraternity), Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity, Scabbard and 
Blade (Military Fraternity), The Engineers Cl\±), St. Louis, 
Mo,, American Institute of Chem. Engineers and the Nat'l 
Geographical Society. 

1132-9 CHARLES ROBERT LUKE b l-l5-192ii in Presque Isle, Ifeine, lU5b 
Son of Ittai A. Luke (Margaret Elliott, Silas A,, Ittai A., 
Ittai, Joseph) and Nina C. Beers 

m(l) ll-23-19lj8, Edith Lurline Elizalde. b U-1 9-1930 

in Manilla, P.I. Divorced. 
m(2) 2- 1-1962, Colleen A. (Boland) Graham. b 7- 7-1926 

in Decoto, California 

Robert Elliott Luke b 1-15-1950 d 

James Huntington Luke b 11-13-1953 d 

Peter Jonathan Luke b 1- 6-1957 d 

Roberta Ann Cecile Luke 10- li-1962 d 

In I9J4I, he entered Stanford Univ., TJhere he studied un- 
til called to active duty in the Army Air Force in March 
19ii3, having enlisted as an Aviation Cadet II-3O-I9I4.2, 

Following a training course at Keams Field, Utah; stu- 
dies in Iffash. State Univ., Pullman, Wash.; basic air train- 
ing at Scinta Ana Air Base, Kingman Air Field and the Bom- 
bardier School at Victorville Air Base, Calif., he qual- 
ified as a Bombardier and ivas commissioned 2nd. Lieut., Air 
Corps, Army of the U.S., on 7- 1-I9l4li, After further 
flight training with the IiQth Bombardment Squadron, 6th 
Bombardment Group, 20th Air Forces at Grand Island and Keajv 
ney Armj-- Air Fields in Nebraska, he went to the Pacific 
Theater and from the island of Tinian, Marianas Islands, 
made 35 combat missions as a Bombardier on a B29 Airplsme 
from February 19l;5 to the end of the war. 

He returned to the United States in Sept. 19U5, and was 
relieved from active duty in Nov. 19U5, and is a First 
Lieutenant, Air Corps Reserve, having been promoted to that 
rank 5- l-19hS» One more year of study at Stanford Univ. 
and he entered the insurance business. 

I,tLlitary decorations received for his WI U service were: 
Distinguished Flying Cross. Air Medal Tri.th four Oakleaf 
Clusters, Asiatic-Pacific Theater Ribbon with campaign 
stars, V/orld War II Medal, American Theater Ribbon and 
two Presidential Citations, He is a member of Alpha Tau 
Onega Fraternity. 

-Courtesy of Col. Ittai Luke from his private record- 



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113-3 HANMH DELIIAH ELLIOTT b 2-17-18U2 in VI. Almond, Nem York. lU5 
d 1-27-1932 in Holmesville Co., Ohio. Da. of Ittai A. 
(Ittai, Joseph) and Annenia Himt. 

m 8-12-1858, George Francis RLcharda. b 5-31-183? in 
Clermont Co., Oiio. d 11-27-1893 in Rockford Gage Co., 
Nebraska. Son of James and Rachel Ann (Disney; Richards. 
George Francis was a fanner and moved to Rock Island Co., 
Illinois . 

1133- 1 Sarah Louisa Richards b 9-18-1859 d 3-10-1881 lii6 
Daughter Richards b 11- 9^1861 d II-II-I86I 

Silas Francis Richards b 3- 2-1863 d 10-20-1936 

b in Rock Is. Co., 111. d Gage Co., Neb. 

m 2-10-1886, Minnie Elizabeth Leming 
Nellie B, Richards b 1-28-1866 d 1881 

Jessie Richards b 5-10-1868 d 6-12-1868 

bom and died in Rock Island Co., HI. 
Jennie C, Richards b 1-11-18 70 d 3-18-1938 

bom in ELI.. died in Gage Co., Neb. 

m 12-11-1888, John A. Leming 
Clarence Richards b h-2U-l872 d 9-2 9-1956 

bom in 111., died in Afton, Iowa. 

m 12-12-18 9li, Flora McRay 
Lewis Richards b 6-20-1875 d 1- U-1959 

bom in Gage Co., Neb,, died in Hiawatha, Kan. 

m 2-15-1896, Mary Ellen Wenrick 

1133-1 SARAH LOUISA RICHARDS b 9-18-1859 in Rock Is. Co., Illinoia 11^6 
d 3-10-l88[i in Oage Co., Nebraska. Da. of Hannah Delilah 
Elliott (Ittai A,, Ittai, Joseph) and George Richards. 

m 18814, William Franklin Lillie. b 12-lii-l852inSumr.it 
Co., Ohio, d 9- 2-1921 in Lincoln, Neb. Son of Henry D. 
and Sxisannah (Phillips) Lillie. Farmer. 

1133- 2 Emma Jane Lillie b 1-17-1875 d 11-28-1 cUi H^y 

IterLe Edith Ullie b 12-I6-I878 d 2-11-1^3 

bom in Nebraska and died in Yuma, Colorado 
m(l) 11-20-1898, Lewis G, Richards 
m(2) (ca.) 1908, Nelson S. Gashaw 

William Enos Lillie b 3- 8-I88O d 12-11-19^8 
bom and died in Gage Co., Nebraska 
m(l) 5-25-1899, Uary Alberta Osman 
m(2) 5-2ii-1908, Uary Eva Powell 



u? 



1133-1 lYilliam Enos Lillie 

m(3) 1-31-1 91ij, Hattie Elvira Powell 

Anne E. Ullie b 3-20-1883 d 3-23-1881; 

1133-2 EiaiA JME LILLIE b 1-17-187$ in Gage Co., Nebraska. IhS 

d ll-28-19li4 in Shennan Co., Kansas. Da. of Sarah L. Rich- 
ards (Hannah D. Elliott , Ittai A., Ittai, Joseph) and 
William F. Lillie. 

Emma and family lived in Nance Co., Neb., until iBpU, and 
in Virginia, Neb., until 1903, then in Beatrice, Neb,, until 
1911 when they lived in Kanorado, Kansas. 

m 1- 1-1892, George Washington Mangus. b 5- 7-1866 in 
Salem, Va. d 11- 8-19h7 in Kanorado, Kan, Sen of 
William suid Catherine (Garst) Mangus. 

1133- 3 William Franklin Mangus 12- U-I892 d 3- 5-1 96U IU8 
Ray Edivard Mangus b 2- 7-18 9I1 d 5- U-I968 

bom in Virginia, Neb., died Burlington, Colo. 
m 12-26-1918, Lois Persis Hines 

Alva Dell Mangus b 10-26-1895 d 9-25-I965 

died in Sherman Co., Kan, 
m II-2U-I923, Belle Wallet 

Harold Sylvis Mangus b 7-IO.I897 d 

m 8-16-1518, Ella Bumeraa Fleming 
Glenn Howard "Mangus : b h- 5-1899 d 3-12-1901 
Luther Leonard Mangus b 2-15-1901 d 

m 3-21-1 92U, Elsie Mae Auxner 

Preston Young Mangus b IO-IO-I903 d 
md) 3-25-1 92ii, Phoebe A, Helmick 
in(2) Margaret Goatley 

Clarence Elroy Mangus b 9- 5-1906 d 
m 7- U-1926, Lola Loraine Ifetter 

George Emmett Mangus b II-I6-I908 d 8- 7-I968 
bom in Beatrice, Neb., and died Scotts Bluff, Neb. 

md) Tucker 

111(2) Caroline L (— ) 

m(3) 3-25-1952, Dorothy Carol Andrews 

Clifford Arthur Mangus b 1-31-1911 d 

m 1-17-1935^ Iris Winona Goatley 
Son Mangus b 10- -191ii d 10-10-1911; 



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1133-3 r/TI,lJAM FRANI-LHI T.miimiS b 1?- 14-1R"2 in Nance Co., Neb. Ili7 

d 3- 5-I96U in Sherman Co., Kansas. Son of Brana J. Lillie 
(Sarah L. Richards, Hannah n. Elliott, Ittai A., Ittai, 
Joseph) and George \l, Mangus . 

m(l) 11-29-1917, Fula Irene Gadd 

m(2) iCi-3C^1930, Ruth Abby Paiicer. b 9- 6-1 900 in Rock- 
port, Ark. d 6-16-1973 in Denver, Colo. Da. of 
Frank 17ads\Torth and Lota (Morrison) Parker. 

Jo Clare f.Iangus b 9-12-1932 d 

bom in Goodland, Kan. Abstracter. 
Vim, Parker I/ang\;is b 11- 1-1933 d 

Civil engineer. 

m 6-25-1^60, Penita de los Santos 

Marl ATI iiangus b 3-13-1935 d 

Geologist. 
Richard Taft I.Iangus b 7- 1-1938 d 

Insurance business. 

m 9- 5-1065, l.Iarie Antoinette DiGeronimo 



11-L LUT:AN BURROTS EUJOT b Il-l^'-l3l6 in Schuj^er Co., Mew York. 137 
d 8- 2-1870 in Alma, llevi York. Son of Ittai (Joseph) and 
Esther Page. 

He vas supervisor in v;. Almond in I8ii7, I8U8, I8U9 and 
1850 and in Alma in I863, l86b and l665'« He was in business 
with Philip Church and then vath Draj-ton and Co., in Alma. 

In the 1660 U.S. Census Catherine Busby age 77 lived with 
them. Francis L. naiaei a child for her. 

m(l) I;-27-l837 in Anrzelica, Kew Yoric, Eliza :.'aria Adams 
b 6-22-1818 in Prattsburg, Steuben Co., N.Y. 
d 5-12-1852 in '.v. Almond, N.Y. F^a. of John Adams 
(b i_ 9-1791 in Braintree, Mass. a blacksmith) and 
Aroa Brovm (b h-23-1792 in Northampton, Itess.) 

m(2) 1855, Harriet (— ) b 1820. 

lU- 1 Aroa Angeline Elliott b 2-P2-1838 d USa 

11).- 2 Ittai Joab Elliott b I-IO-I8UO d liiPa 

llli- 3 Francis Lorenzo Elliot i b 3-31-1812 d li^Hb 

Louisa Valeria Elliott b 6-10-l8UJi d o- 6-1815 



liiSa 



ll-U nh- h Arvis Adelbert Elliott b 6-17-l8i|6 d ihSb 

nil- 5 Simeon Augustus Elliott b 5-21-1850 d 1883 lh8b 

Luman Bur^o^vs Elliott b 5- 7-1852 d 5-25-1852 

nil- 6 Truman Harris Elliott b 5- 7-1852 d lli9 

V/arren Elliott b 1856 d 

VI, I. Elliott b 1859 d 

Richard C. Elliott b 1868 d 



llu-1 ARQA AWGi:T,ItTE ELLIOTT b 2-22-183° in '.V. Almond, New York, lii8 

Da, of Luman B-. (Ittai, Joseph) and Eliza Adams. 

m 10- 5-1857, Darius Charles Judd. b 8-15-1831 ±n Kent, 
Conn. d 10- 7-1375 in TVellsville , N,Y. A merchant. 

Lucy Elizabeth Judd b 14-26-1859 d 7-25-1859 

Alice Elliott Judd b 6-28-1860 d 2- 6-1863 

Emily llaria Judd b U-15-1862 d 

Lily I.lay Judd b 5-15-1861; d 

Edv/ard Liman Judd b 6-23-1866 d 

William Henry Judd b 3-20-1869 d 

m Elizabeth Tremaine 

Eliza Elliott Judd b 11-20-1871 d 

David Charles Judd b i(-l6-l87U d 



llh-2 ITTAI JQAB ELLIOTT b l-lO-lBUO in ::, Almond, N,Y, Son of lU8 

Luman B, (Ittai, Joseph) and Eliza Adams. 

Ittai J. Tras a supervisor in Alma in 1875, I876, I877 and 
in 1883 v;as Sheriff of the county, 

m 12- P-1861 in Alma, N,y., Martha F, ^Icox. b 9-3O-I8UI 



in Groton, New York. 






Carrie Eliza Elliott 


b 8-20-1863 


d 


Judd Burrovre Elliott 


b 3-23-1865 


d 


Cora Mercedes Elliott 


b 10-15-1868 


d 


Lev/is Barnes Elliott 


b 2-16-1871 


d 


Grover Cleveland Elliott 


d 


born in Belmont, New York. 





I 

I 



I 



lli8b 



llh-3 FRANCIS LORENZO ELLIOTT b 3-31-18U2 in V/'. Almond, N.Y. ihB 

Son of Lviraan B. (Ittai, Joseph) and Eliza Adana. 
Francis moved to Alma from "IVellsville in 1868. 

m 1-10-1865 in Friendship, N.Y. , Harrtet Augiista Burrows 
b 10-20-l8h3 in W. Almond, New York. 

Eliza my Elliott b 9-15-186? d 

Alice Busby Elliott b 8-21-1869 d 3-22-1B77 

Forest Eugene Elliott b 2-10-18 71 d 

Floyd Charles Elliott b 2-28-1873 d 

Child Elliott b d 



llU-U AR7IS ADELBERT ELLIOTT, DR. b 6-17-18U6 in W. Almond, N.Y. llBa 
Son of Luman B. (Ittai, Joseph) and Eliza Adams 

Arvis graduated from Alfred University, studied medicine 
Tvith Dr. C, G. Anderson of Belmont, graduated froci Cleveland 
Medical College, Ohio, in 1879. In that year, he located in 
Shongo, Allegheny Co., N.Y., and practiced medicine in Will- 
ing Township. 



m 



10-13-1870 in Wellsville, N.Y,, Lina Foland 
b Il-10-l8ii6 in Southport, Chemung Co., N.Y. 



and Mary P, (— ) Foland 

Lina Elliott 
John Elliott 
Aroa Elliott b 1-26-1883 d 



Da. of John 



Lina Elliott b 2-13-1872 d 

John Elliott b 2-19-1879 d 



III1-5 SIMEON AUGUSTUS ELLIOTT b 5-21-1850 in W. Al-nond, New York. ihBa. 
d 1883 of typhoid in Duke Center, McKean ("o.. Pa, Pu. in 
Wellsville, Son of Luman B, (Ittai, Josep^i) and Eliza Adams. 
Simeon ivas a merchant in Wellsville, and a !'ethodi3t. 

m U-ll-1876 in Wellsville, N.Y., Alice Elizabeth Tremaine 
b 7- 3-1855. Da. of Mark and Betsey (Burrell) Tremaine. 



1U9 



III1-6 TRUrmN HARRIS ELLIOTT b 5- 7-18^2 in YI, Almond, New York, 
Son of Luman B. (Ittai, Joseph) and Eliza Adams. 



Ili8a 



m 11-27-1877 in II, Almond, N.Y., 

b 8-lli-l85U in Fenton, New York. 



Polly Button 



s"^<^*^ (pv«>^7) (Pv<p^T> (^vo^*^) 



11-5 LO'lENZO CAMI'IRON ELLIOTT b 3-31-1819 in Lisle, Broome Co., 
N.Y. d fall of 1899/1900 in Buffalo Prairie Twp., Rock 
Island Co., Illinois. 

He purchased land from Lunian B. and Jared Page Elliott 
in the Ilorris Reserve 2- 5-l8iiii. See Jared Page for details. 
He moved in the fall of iSiii; to Illinois and held various 
public offices: County supervisor. County commissioner of 
highways, etc. 



137 



m 10-29-l8i;0, Mary Ann Davis . b l82it. 
La. of Joseph and Sarah (Barmore) Davis, 



d 7- 1-1872. 



Adelia Elliott 

m Warvin Freeman of 
115- 1 Nelson G. Elliott 
Harriet A. Elliott 

m Seth Parmenter of 
Calista Elliott 

m V/illiam Jennings 
Lunaette Elliott 

m Thomas Campbell of Carroll- Co., Iowa 
Esther Elliott b d 

m Thomas Banghart of Jasper Co., Iowa 



b d 

Dallas County, Oregon 

b iSijJl d 

b d 

Jewell Co., Kan. 

b d 

of Reynolds, Illinois 

b d 



li;9a 



Y;illard G. Elliott b 1857 
Diana Elliott b 

m John Caster of Buffalo Prairie Twp, 
Erastus V. Elliott, Dr. b I866 

Beresford, South Dakota 
Austin Elliott b 

Tv^'o others b 



Rock Is., ni. 



before 1899 
infancy 



Iii9a 



115-1 NELSON G. ELLIOTT b 18U^ in New York. Son of Lorenzo C. 1^9 

(Ittai, Joseph) and }Sary Ann Davis. 

m Mary ( — ) b I8IU4 in Pa. 

V/illiam Elliott 
Florence Elliott 
Sarah Elliott 
Josephine Elliott 
Ella Elliott 
Mary Ann Elliott 
Alfred Elliott 



b 


186$ 


d 


b 


1867 


d 


b 


1869 


d 


b 


1870 


d 


b 


1873 


d 


b 


1878 


d 


b 


1880 





U9b 



RELATED FAMILIES 



BEAMISH -MOULTON 



150 



HF'MRY BEAHISH b 7-22-1815 in Ireland. d °- 1-1^-39 in Hem- 
lock, Sasinavf Co., Michigan. Faraer and hotel ovmer. 



m 



Delia Irish. b in Ireland. d in Ricl-aand T-.7p., Saginaw 



Count;/, Michigan. 

Norman Thomas Beamish 

Henrj' Beamish 

Tvan 

Edvri.n Beamish 



b 10-10-1853 d 

b 7-22-1865 d 

b 186? d 

b 1867 d 



1-28-1933 

8- a-l889 

1867 

19U5 



NORI.'AN THOMAS BEAMSH b 10-19-1353 in Swan Lake, ^achi.■:an 

d 1-2C-1933 of cardio renal prostate tro\ible, in Saginarf, Mich. 
Bu. in Laport, Mich. Son of Henrj' and Delia Irish. Farmer. 
Religious until his prayers vrere unansvrered and Grace died. 

m 7- 6-1875, Janetta "lizabeth Ler.is (Nettie) b 8- )j-l81a in 
N.y. d 10- 2-1929, a devout Methodist, at Dutch's home. 

Joseph Henry Beamish 

Grace Marisin Beamish 

Guy Levds Beamish 

R&vry Glenn Beamish 
2- 1 Ray Max Beamish (Max) 
2- 2 George Rex Beamish 
2- 3 William Pratt Beamish 
2- k Norman Edwin Beamish (Dick) 
2- 5 Charles Morris (Dutch) 



150 
1^1. 
150 



b 


6-10-1376 


d 


8-12-1577 




b 


8- 1-1877 


d 


1- 1-1888 




b 


11-18-1878 


d 


11- 6-1662 




b 


6-25-1880 


d 


3-13-188 7 




b 


7-13-1^63 


d 


11- 2-19li8 


150 


b 


11-2 3-18 6ii 


d 


7-29-1958 


151 


b 


3-2 7-10^7 


d 




151 


b 


10-1^1689 


d 




151 


b 


li-21-1892 


d 


10-1 5-1911 


152 



:;-l RAY MAX BEAMISH (MAX) b 7-13-1883. d 11- 2-19li6 in Sag- 
inaw Co., Mich. Son of Norman T. (Henr-/) and Janetta Leras, 

m 9-26-1916, Retta May Hare. b 9- 6-1885. d 3-15-1^32. 
Descended from Janet Brovm (1827. Da. of George Brorm) and 

Decatur A, Hare 



150 



2- 6 Max Norman Beamish b 

2- 7 Nettie Jean Mae Beamish b 
Grace Loretta Beamish b 
m Eddie Ratza. No children 
2- 8 Vivian Beamish 

Guy Y.inf red Beamish 

married, divorced. 
Harold Bruce Beamish 
TAvlI U. S. Marine. 



12- R-lfn7 d 

li- ^1^19 d 

5- 9^1920 d 

3_ 1-1922 d 

7- 2-1923 d 
Location unknOT.71. 

b 6-25-192lj d 



b 

b 



•^10-1012 



152 
152 



152 



151 



2-2 GEORGE REX BEAMISH b 11-23-188U. d 7-29^1958 in Oakland 
Co., ItLch, of heart attack. Son of Norman (Henry) and Jan- 



etta Leivis. 
farmer. 



Bu. in Avon Gem., Rochester, Mich, Trucker and 



m(l) 9-12-1901;, Mable Motdton (Mae) b 1887 in Saginaw 
Co., Mich. d 9- -1939 in Pontiac Hospital. She had 
cared for a neighbor's dog, was bitten. It was rabid. 
After taking 21 shots she became paralyzed and doctors 
did not know if she diec from rabies or reaction to the 
serum. Bu. in Merrill, :.!ichigan 

m(2) Cleo (— ). Div. 

m(3) Marie Jenks (a madam), widow -v.-ith children. d 12-7- 
1965 in Pontiac, Mich. 



2- 9 George Moulton Beamish b 6-28-1905 

2-10 Thomas V/alden Beamish b 1-21-1908 

2-11 Eva Belle Beamish b 6-I9-I9II 

Norah Grace Beamish b 8-15-1912 



d 
d 
d 
d 12-26-1912 



9- 3-1970 



150 



155 



152 
153 
153 



2-3 V.ILLIAM PRATT BEAMISH (BILL) b 3-27-1887. He lived in Neb- 
raska. Son of Norman (Henry) and Janetta Lewis. 



m 



i4-3C^1911 Viola Y/arren (Allie) 



Henry Norman Beamish b h- 1-1911; d 

Edna J.?arie Beamish b 8-27-1915 d 

m Bailey of Saginaw. 



Ir/'arren V/illiam Beamish 

m Edith (— ) 
Julia Nettie Beamish 
Flora Annabelle Beamish 
Davie Beamish 
Bettie Beamish 
Anna Bell Beamish 



b 2-2lj-19l8 d 



b 
b 
b 
b 
b 



^16-1920 
1-29^1922 
3- 1-1925 
12-21-1927 
9-29-1929 



d 
d 
d 
d 
d 



150 



2-I4 NORMAN EDl'vTN BEAMISH (DICK) 
(Henry) and Janetta Lewis 



b 10-19-1889. Son of Norman 



m 



10 -1915, Nina Kullerman. 

During Prohibition 1926-7, he helped pave M 10. He hauled 
gravel for the roadway as did C-eorge Rex. On July h, 1932 he 
visited Max Beamish but did not get out of the car. He talked 
a little while but left soon and was never heard from again. 
rne family thinks he met with fouQ. play from gangsters. 



150 



152 



2-5 C]IAnLr,S HORHIS BEAIUSH (dutch) b IJ-2I-IC92. d 10-1 6-1 9liii 150 
in Pdchland Ti-rp., Saginaw Co., Mich. Son of i:onnan (Henry) 
and Janetta 1/evn.s. 

m 5- 7-19214, Grace Spiker. b 6- 9-1903. Ha. of John 
Spiker of Laport. 
m(2) ij-l6-l"53, V;in. Kube Jr. of Saginaw, I'lchiran. 

ITilbur Beamish b 1- 3-1928 d Single 

2-12 Garold Thomas Beamish b 11- 6-1928 d ' 153 

3- -1928 Deed 139-71. Nomvan and ;vife Nettie sola to Chas. 
l.i. and vrife Grace Beamish of Ingersol Tv;p,, Midland Co., Mch. 
the family farm. 

2-6 mx N0R1.L\N BZAIIISH b 12- r.-l^iy. Son of Hay -'ax (Noman, 150 

Henry) and Retta I.lay Hare. Truck driver. 

m 3-1 7-1 9ii5, Goldie Palaian. b 9-28-1927 in Armenia. 

Carol Ann Beamish b d 

Harold Roy Beamish b 10-30-19'^6 d 

Cheryl Loretta Beamish b d 

2-7 METTIE JEAN I.IAE BEAIIISH b U- 6-1919. Da. of --ay Max (;jor- 150 
man, Henry) and Retta Hay Hare. 

m(l) Jack St. Clair. Div. 
m(2) Clint Hardy 

Ilary Lou Hardy b d 

Retta Jean Hardy b d 

2-8 VIVIAN BEAMISH b 3- 1-1922. Da. of Ray IJax (Noman, Henry) 150 
and Retta I.tee Hare. 

m Al Turbush 

Gregg Turbush b d 

1 on Turbush b d 

2-9 GEORGE IIOULTON BEAMSH b 6-28-1905. Son of C-eorge Rex 151 

"(Norman, Henrj') and ::ae Moulton. He v/as veiy spoiled, raised 
by his Grandmother Moiiton. 

m(l) An Australian girl. He jumped ship vrhcn U.S. Navy ship 



153 



2-9 made port and stayed there tvro years, then gave himself 

up and got a dishonorable discharge and served six months 
in prison. He told some tall stories of his tortures, 
m(2) A girl in Lansing, Had children he never claimed, 
m(3) California girl. He broi^rht her to Mich, in 1935. Div. 
m(i4) Rath (— ) 

m(?) A Pontiac girl who died in a tractor accident, 
m(6) Three months later, another Pontiac girl, Bertha ( — ) 
ra(7) Several others, according to his fajnily. He did not have a 
trade but drove a taxi in Pontiac during the 1950' s, 

2-10 THOMS v;ALDEN BEAI.USH b 1-21-1908 in Merrill, tlichigan, i^i 
d 9- 3-1970 of hardening of the arteries, cerebrovascular 
thrombosis and several other complaints. Both legs were 
amputated. He joined the Havy in 192li for one hitch and 
was recalled duricg T/V/II, Eng. rating. Salesman. Catholic, 
Raised by Grandparents Beamish. 
ra(l) Axie (Catlan) Kaplan, divorcee mth child, Div. 
m(2) 11-21-1"33, Sara Jane Elliott of Ithaca, I.!ichigan. 

Div. 10-13-193 Q. 
m(3) 19^46 approx. Celestina Levds (Sally) b 1-21-1908 
d o- 3-1968 in Bay City. Catholic. 

Thomas Elliott Beamish b li-2Ji-1936 d 82 

He had at least five more children by Sally Lewis, Some 
died in early childhood. 

2-11 EVA BELLE BEAJ.T.SH b 6-I9-I9II, Da. of George Rex (Norman, l5l 
Henry) and Hae Moulton. She is the oaLj- child her mother 
raised. Secretary. 

m(l) 1932, Ralph ?;arsh, Div. 
m(2) Harland Nephler. Div, 

One daughter Nephler, 

2-12 GAiiOLD THO.VAS BEAMISH (TOM) b 11- 8-1928, Son of Chas, 152 
(Norman, Henry) and Grace Spiker. 

He lives on the old Beamish farm. He viorked 21 years in Greg 
Iron Chevrolet, in Saginavf, Ke was in the Korean conflict 
stationed at the Soo Locks, LfiLchigan, 

m 3-18-1952, Elner Marie Kruth of German descent, 
b 3-31-1930, 



Ifarie Beamish b 8- 1-1952 d 

Barbara Beamish b 12-27-1953 d 



151i 



2-12 



Susan Beamish 
Scott Beamish 



b 12- 1-1961 d 
b 12-11-196$ d 



EOT-IN BDAnSH b 186?. d 19^5. Son of Henry and Delia 
Irish, Farmer near Hemlock, Michigan. 



m 



Llinnie Braley. b 187I. d 19I45 Hemlock, Michigan. 



Roy Beamish 
Harry Beamish 
m Vera ( — ) 
3- 1 Dale Beamish 

Beulah Beamish 



3-1 DALE EEAI.:iSH b I89I. 
liinnie Bailey, 

m (-) 

Deloris Beamish 



b 
b 

b 
b 



IQ9U 



d 
d 

d 
d 



1916 



d I9I6. Son of Edwin (Henry) and 



ISO 



2SU 
15U 



1 IIOULTON b Canada or England. d in I-ichigan. 



m 



'.Ife born in Ireland or England, 



2 


Anson Moult on 






b 


1838 


d 




I51i 


3 


George Moulton 






b 


3-2lj-l8IiC 


d 


7- Ji-1905 


155 


k 


vailiam l.'oulton 
Ernest MoiiLton 






b 

b 




d 

d 




156 




Sister 






b 


1- U-1859 


d 


5- U-1681 






m A, B. Babcock 
















Daniel Moulton 


-Half 


brother 


b 




d 








Agnes Moulton — 


half 


sister 


b 




d 







AHSQN MOULTON b I838 in Canada. d Richland Twp., Saginaw 
Co., I;Iich, A farmer. 



m Isobel (— ) b iQhh in Scotland 
William Moulton b 



1865 



15U 



15? 



Elizabeth Moult on 
George Moulton 



b 
b 



1866 
1868 



d 
d 



GEORGE MOULTON b 3-2i4-l8iiO in Canada. d 7- h-19C6 suicide. 
(A neighbor who was interviewed said there was soniething wrong 
T,ath the so-called suicide as George had gone into the bam, 
left the door ajar; gone about his chores as thoiigh he intend- 
ed to follow through vd-th the day' s work and that the incident 
yras hushed up and no investigation T,'as made. The family did 
not like this version and saj'- there is no doubt about its being 
a suicide. ) 

U.S. Census I870, Richland Tv/p., Saginav/ Co., Michigan show- 
ed Anson and George had farms next to each other j each farm 
was valued at 5'500,00. Both men and their ivives were of for- 
eign birth, all could read and write. As Ella was bom in 
I'dchigan, the family must have come to Mchigan from Canada 
between the years 1861; and I866. 

m Sarah Lotiise V/ilson b 6-lC-l8iiii in Coboiurg, Ontario, Canada, 
d 3-12-1925 in Saginaw Co. Da. of lYilliam and Sarah (Under- 
wood) V'ilson. Sister to Joseph Undenvood Y^ilson who married 
Sarah Jane Holton of Gratiot Co., Mich., and first cousin to 
Sara Jane (Elliott) Beamish' s grandfather T/m. John Barnes. 

Sarah Elizabeth Moulton 

Randolph Mo\ilton- single 

George R, Moulton 

Ella L. Moulton 

b in Liich. m Al 

Jiilia F, Moulton 
3- 1 Inez Moulton (Ina) 

James Moulton 

V/alden Moulton 

Otto Moulton 
3- 2 liable Moulton (Mae) 



I5ii 



3-1 DEZ MOULTON 
V/ilson 



(DIA) b 1875. 



b 1862 


d 


1905 


b 12- 2-I863 


d 


10-20-1882 


b 1861; 


d 




b 1866 


d 




ifilson 






b 1868 


d 




b 1875 


d 




b 1877 


d 




b 5- ^1883 


d 


3- 9-1921 


b 6-13-1886 


d 


^Il;-1886 


b 1887 


d 


9- "1939 


. Da. of George 


and 


Sarah Louis 



155 



155 



155 



m '.Yilliam Coyle 

Neva Coyle b 

George Coyle b 

lives in Saginav/, Mich. 



1901 d 
1898 d 



3-2 MABLE MOULTON (MAE) b I887 in IlchJ.and Twp., Saginaw Co., 

llich. d 9- -1939 of reaction to serum or of rabies, Bu. 
in Hemlock Cem. V/hen her babj.es were bom she was alone and 



155 



l';6 



3-2 and bathed an'-' dressed them herseir anH had to get up an*-'. 

do the v/ork. V«'hen the doctor xras called to verify and make 
out the birth certificate, he v:as so drunl: he never sent in 
the report so that vfhen Thomas \i, vranted to join the Havy he 
had to have v/itnesses sv/ear he had been bom. 

She worked hard all her life until the last few years after 
she married Hank. During Prohibition she v;as a bootlegcei' in 
Saginav/, 

m(l) 9-12-190i4, George Rex Beamish. b 11-23-188L. 

d 7-29-1958, 
m(2) 1915-1919, a Saginavf bootlegr^er. Div 1932-3 
Ki(3) 1933, Heniy D'Haene of Grosse Fointe, l.'ichipan, 

(See George Rex Beamish for her children.) 



151 



h 'WILLIAM MOIILTON b l8ii2 approx. 
m 
ij- 1 Y.illiam Moulton b 10- 5-1678 d 9- 7-lt98 



ii-1 \nU.lAK MOULTON b 
VJilliam Moulton 



m Eliza Ann ( — ) b 

Vfilliam lioulton 
Hazel Moulton 
Elizabeth Moulton 
Pearl lioulton 
Anson Moiilton 
Linda Moulton 



5-1878. 


d 


9- 7-1898 


• 


Son of 


9-19-l67ii 


> 


d li-16-1969 




b 
b 
b 
b 
b 
b 


12 


-16-1891 


d 
d 
d 
d 
d 
d 


6- 1-1963 



151* 

156 
156 



157 



BISTODEAU- UDELL 



1 HORACE GEORGE BISTODEAU b 3-lll-l857 
m Victoria Guimont. b 2- I-I86I 



Louise Sarah Bistodeau b 8- ii-l886 d 1975 15? 



LOUISE SARAH BISTODEAU b 8- I1-I886. d 1975 In El Monte, Cal. 

m Raymond Alexander Drum. b 9-30-1889. Son of Hawley Ransan 

Drum (b 10^10-1851) and Katharine Kelley (b 8- U-1851) 

2- 1 Deloris Irma Drum b 8- 8-1913 157 



2-1 DELORIS imiA DRUM b 8- 8-1913 in Aberdeen, South Dakota 157 

m Howard Klepper Udell. b 3-28-I9O9 in Holiday, Missouri, 
Son of Roy Columbus Udell (b 8-I6-I876) and Molly Klepper. 

2- 2 Donna Rae Udell b 9-2$-1936 d 157 

2- 3 Susan Gene Udell (Suzi) b 12- 2-19la d 157 

2-2 ■ DONNA RAE UDELL b 9-25-1936 in Alhambra, California. Artist. 157 
m 1957, Richard Carroll Sloan. Div I97I 

Bryn Scott Carroll Sloan b S- -I966 d 
Lyza Merrilly Shayla Sloan b 5- -1970 d 

2-3 SUSAN GENE UDELL (SUZl) b 12- 2-19ia in Alhambra, California. 157 
Suzi was an Art Major, She attended in 1959 to I96I, the 
University of Calif,, at Davis; one semester at the University 
of Calif., at Berkley; the summer of 1962, at the Univ, of 
Vera Cruz, Jalapa, Mexico, 

She was chairman of various f\mctions and publicity director 
in high school and college; vice-pres. of the senior class in 
high schooli student-body' representative for h years; dormi- 
tory covmcil among other offices. She helped organize a Com- 
munity Fair in Pullman, T^ash,, in conjvmction with students and 
tovmspeople. 

She has experience vrith vario\;is large corporations ajid is 
involved in many creative activities, 

m 8-28-1962 in Pacific Grove, Calif., Thomas Elliott Beamish 91 
b ii-2li-1936 in Ithaca, Michigan, 



BURROWS 



158 



ROBERT BURROWS b England. Carae to the American Continent 
in 1630 on the flagship "Arabella," of the ffinthrop fleet. 

He settled in l639, in Wethersfield, Conn., and by I66I had 
ncved to Mystic, Conn., where he ranked third in the ajnount of 
taxable property held. He Yras a carpenter. 

m I6U-, Mary ( — ) Ireland, relic of Sanruel Ireland, with two 

children, b l60$ in England. d 10- 3-1672 in Mystic, Conn. 



John Burrows 



I6U2 d 2-12-1716 158 



JOHN BURROWS 



b 161;2 in Wethersfield, Conn. d 2-12-1716. 



158 



m 12-114-1670 in New London, Conn., Hannah Cvilver. 

b i;-ll-l6s'l in Roxbury, Mass. d after 1731. Da. of Edward 
and Ann (Ellis) Culver. 



John Burrows 
Mary Burrows 
Hannah Burrows 
Margaret B\irrows 
Samuel Burrows 
Robert Burrows 
Abigail Burrows 
Jeremiah Burrows 
Isaac Biirrows 



b 


9- 2-1671 


d 


b 


11-12-1672 


d 


b 


10- 9-167U 


d 


b 


10-l"^-l677 


d 


b 


8- 5-1679 


d 


b 


9^ 9-1681 


d 


b 


8-10-1682 


d 


b 


6- 6-1690 


d 


bp 


5-16-1697 


d 



1752 158 



JOHl^ BURROT/S b 9- 2-1671 in Groton, Conn. d 5-26^1752 in 158 

Grot on. Conn, 



m 



lO-ia-1700, Lydia Hubbard. b 2- 7-1675- d before June 
1752. Da, of Hugh and Jane (Latham) Hubbard. 



John Burrows b 11-1^^-1701 ^ 

Lydia Burrows b U-19-1703 d 

m 3-10-1726 Ylm. Pendleton. d 8-1B-1750. 

Mary Burrows b H- ^-l^Oh d 

m Nathan Fish. d U- 1-1752 

Hubbani Burrows b 2-IOI7O7 d 

m Mercy Dennis on 

Hannah Burrows b 1-23-1709 d 

m 1-30-1733 Vta, Dennison 

Silas Burrows b ICV h-1710 d 

m Hannah Gore 

Abigail Burrows b 7-19-1712 d 

m Latham . 



1770 159 



159 



Amos Burrows 

m Mary Rathbone. d 1773. 



b 8- 6-nih d 



JOHN BURRCWS b II-II4-I7OI in Groton, Conn, d 1770 in Hs^stic, 158 
Conn. Son of John (John, John, Robert) and Hannah Culver. 

m 7- 7-1731, Desire Packer. b 9-11-1712. d I8O8 in l^ystic, 
Conn. Da. of James Packer and Abigail Avery. 



Mary Burrows 




b 


6-17-1732 


d 


2-10-1797 


m Sam Abom. 


b 3- 3-1726 


• 


d 1797 






John Burrows 




b 


10- 9-173U 


d 


178ii 


m 9-13-1761, 


Hannah Wilbur, 


widow. 






Joseph B\irrows 




b 


8-28-1736 


d 


young 


Desire Burrows 




b 


3-11-1738 


d 


1800- 1810 


Jsiraes Burrows 




b 


lt-ll-17U0 


d 


young 


Abigail Burrows 


(Nabby) 


b 


3- 7-17U2 


d 




m Uriah Wilbur. They lived in Leyden, Uass. 




lydia Burrows 




b 


l-20-17li3 


d 




m John Anthony Abom 










Nathan Burrows 




b 


5-17-17l;6 


d 


8-18-1808 


Lucretia Burrows 




b 


3-20-17U8 


d 




m 11-19-1767 


Wm. Burrows 










Phebe Burrows 




b 


3-29-1750 


d 




m 5-27-1770 


Wm. Holdredge 










Waity Burrows 




b 


1752 


d 


9-17-1823 


m Dea, Jabez Smith 










Daniel Burrows 




b 


1755 


d 


10-13-1833 


m(l) Keziah 


Rhodes 










m(2) Abigail 


E. Parice 










Thomas Burrows 




b 




d 


young 


Son 




b 




d 


young 



159 



159 



DESIRE BURROWJ; b 3-11-1738 in Groton, Conn. 
Greene, Chenango Co., New Yoiic. 

m 175i4-1759 in Mystic, Conn., Joseph Elliot 

For children see the Elliott history . 



d 18 00-18 10 in 



159 
15 



6 NATHAN BURRCTVS b 5-17-17^6. 
New York. Rev. Y/ar patriot. 



d 8-18-1808 in Chenango Co., 



m(l) 6-2-1765, Amyvailiams. b 1750. d 9^5-1787. Da. 
David and Amy (Padcer) Williams. Bu. Old Packer Burying 
Grounds in l^stlc, Conn. They had eleven children. 

m(2) 1788, Sarah Williams. d 5- 1-1820 in Greene, New Yoric. 
They had seven children. Amy and Sarah were sisters. 



159 



of 



160 



6 Nathan was the father of 18 children by two sistsrs. 

7 Simeon Burrows b 1798 d 5- 2-1873 I6O 

8 Edward Burrows b 6- -18 06 d I60 



SDiEON BURROWS b 1798. d 5- 2-1873 Coventry, New York. I6O 

m Nancy Elliot b I-13-I8OO. d 10-27-188U. Da. of Joab 125 

Elliott. 

Sarah Ann Burrows b 6- 6-1825 d 1-25-16 96 

Nancy Burrows b I838 d 11- 3-1913 

See Elliott history for these people. 



EDWAHD BURROVJS b 6- -I8O6 in Stonington, Conn. Eu. in H. Fen- 16O 
ton Gem., N. Fenton, New York. 

m Eliza Elliot b I8O7 in Chenango Co., N.Y. d 1-23-1886. 13!^ 

Da, of Abisha Elliot. 

See Elliott historj' for these people 

For a complete Bvirrows history see Robert Burrows and Descendants 
1630-1975 by R, Earl Burrows. 



161 



SHELDON 



JOIIN SIffilDON 

2 JOHN SHEIJJON 

3 JOHN SHEIDON 

h WILLIAM SHELDON m Mrs. Anna King. 

5 JOHN SHELDON b 1719 d after l833 l6l 

JOHN SHELDON b 17li9 in Scituate, Rhode Island. d after 1833 l6l 
in Adams, Mass. He applied for pensicaa 10-10-1832 and again yli 

7-10-1633 for his service in the Revolutionary War, 

He moved to Smithfield, Rhode Island- was living there in 
1776, and in 1787 moved to Adams, Mass. He was a carpenter by 
trade. 

He served from November 1776 throTogh the war under; 
Cap't Squire Fisk, Col John Taylor; Cap't E. Trask, CJen'l Spen- 
cer; Col Conrad, Gen'l West; Col Spencer; Cap't Taylor , Col 
Atwell and Spencer's Expedition. He enlisted once and was attach- 
ed other times and served one month for John Mann of Smithfield, 
Rhd. Is. as a substitute. 

m 10-15-1769, Abigail Phillips. Da. of Daniel and Anna (King) 
Phillips. 

Elizabeth Sheldon b 2-27-1770 d 

Nathan Sheldon had 2 sons, 1 da. 

John Sheldon had 2 sons, 7 da. 

Salome Sheldon b 10-10- I777 d 

Abigail Sheldon b d 

m —Smith 

Patience Sheldon b d 

Hezekiah Sheldon b 1790 d I878 

m Osila Sherman. h sons, 2 da. Lived 3 Mile Bay, N.Y. 

Ruby Sheldon b d 

Anne Sheldon b d 

Amassa Sheldon b d 

m(l) Abigail (~) d 1857 

m(2) Mrs. Nancy (Fisk) Vizor 

Abigail Sheldon b 1839 blind 

6 Daniel Phillips Sheldon b 10-26-1796 d 8- 9-1885 161 

DANIEL PHILLIPS SHEUDON b 10-26-1796 in Adams, Berkshire Co, 161 

iJlass. d 8- 9-1885 in linlay City, Lapeer Co., lachigan. He jU 

fought in the War of 1812, Moved from Seneca Co., N.Y., to 
Canada and to Lapeer Co., Mich., arriving there August 1855. 
The original homestead still stood in I97O but in disrepair. 



i 



m(l) Sarah Sumner. b 1801 in tiem York State. d Lapeer Co., 

Michigcin. 
m(2) Mother of Elmira's husband. 



162 



Elias Sheldon killed when young 

cutting himself in the leg. 

Welcome Sheldon b 

Deuteronomy Sheldon b 

Hulda Sheldon b 

Benjamin Franklin Sheldon b 

George Sheldon b 

Eliza Jane Sheldon b 

Louise Sheldon m J. Hughes b 

John Sheldon b 

Elmira Sheldon b 



by bleeding to death after 



1820 

1821 

12-23-18 2U 

1827 

2-22-1829 

5-16-1831 

1838 

I8I4O 



d 
d 
d 
d 
d 
d 
d 
d 
d 



beforel830 

voxmg 

1912 
9-ll-19lii 
1-16^1922 
2-13-1916 

1923 



162 



ELIZA JANE SHELDON b 2-22-1829 in Seneca Co., N.Y. but the 
family must have moved to Middlebury Twp,, Franklin Co., :;.Y. 
for the family was in the I83O U.S. Census at that place. 

Eliza always said she was bom in 1826 and so does Heine 
Bloom, her granddaughter but Mary Jane always claimed Eliza was 
wrong, d 1-16-1922 in Isabella Co., Michigan. 

m(l) 5-15-181^5, Robert Irving. d 5- -1851 of typhua fever 
in Ontario, Canada. Eliza buried him herself. 

m(2) 12-21-1851, James Ellsworth Small. b 9-28-1819 in Pa. 
d 5-12-1907 in Isabella Co., Vdchigan. 

George VJ. Irving b 6- 1-I81i6 d 2- 7-1921 

b in Ontario but died in Adrian, Mich- Civil War veteran. 

Jimmy Irving b l8U7 d young 

Eliza dug his grave and buried him 

v;allace Irving b 3- 3-18149 d 

b in Ontario, Can., but lived and died in St. Johns, Mich. 

I'/illiara Henry Irving (Henry) b 1-25-1852 d 5- 5-19lli 

b in Ontario, Can., a month after Eliza and James Small 
were married because J. Snail felt so sorr;.' for the cruelty 
she suffered at the hands of her brother Deuty, with whom 
she had been living after the death of Rob' t Irving. 

He was a Civil V/ar veteran, having served in the cavalr>-. 
He lived in Gratiot Co., Mich,, and died there. 



162 
7U 



163 

7li 



Other children shovm under Small family. 



SMALL 



163 



SMALL served in the Revolutionary War under Mjr.-Gen, 
Gates on the American side. 



Horatio 



Morris Small 



163 



2 MORRIS (MAURICE) SMALL He lived to be 106 years old. 

m Martha Yaeger, d 1825-9 in Ontario, Canada. 

They had lived in Pennsylvania at the time James E. was bom. 

Martha Small b d 

m H olden in Inge rs oil, Ontario, Canada 



Iferia Small b 

m Kelly. They lived in Owasso, Mich, 
m — Appleman . 



3-ii boys 

James Ellsworth Small 



b 
b 



Da. Sally Kelly 
d 



163 



9-28-1819 d 5-12-1907 163 



JMffiS ELI^WORTH SMALL b 9-28-1819 in Pa. d 5-12-190? in Den- 
ver Twp., Isabella Co., Michigan. Teacher and fanner. 

He ran away from the cruelty of the German farmer to whom he 
was "bound out" and was raised by another German family. Be 
spoke only German at that time. He met Eliza when he was teaching 
in the neighborhood where her parents and Deuty lived, in Ontario, 
Canada, 

They moved in 1858, to Lapeer Co,, Michigan, at Imlay City. 
From there they moved to Gratiot Co,, Mich,, where Ellsworth and 
Amanda were bom. They moved to Isabella County, Michigan, arriv- 
ing there on 2-22-1877, and lived out their lives there. They had 
a log cabin on a farm outside Rosebush, Mich. A recent discovery 
of a letter written in I89O, revealed that Ellsworth lived in Gra- 
tiot Co., Mich., at that time although in the early 1900' s he had 
moved to Rosebixsh where he lived the rest of his life. 

m 12-21-1851 in Ontario, Canada, Eliza Jane (Sheldon) Irving, 
b 2-22-1828 in Seneca, N.Y. d 1-16-1922 in Isabella Co., 
Mich, Da. of Dan'l Phillips and Sarah (Sumner) Sheldon, 



163 
162 



Mary Jane Small 
Sarah Zora Small 

m 8-19-1882 
Elias Small 

in a woods accident. 
Robert Small b 

m Ida Vilus. Ten children. 



b 8-11-1853 d 1-13-I9li8 

b 12-19-1856 d 7-18-1919 

Horace Powell of Carson City, Michigan 

b 12-2I4.-I858 d young 

2-li;-l860 d 19ii- 

Lived San Francisco, Calif. 



162 



16U 



I6li 



Martha Small b 10-27-1863 d h- 2-1933 

b in Lapeer Co., Mich. 

m(l) 10- -1882 George King. Killed 2- -1883 
m(2) 1- -1888 A. Eelden Denman d 1-27-1902 
m(3) 9-27-1905 Jonas Bloom. d 2-22-1930 Rosebush. 

Ortensia Small b ii-28-l865 d 2-2O-I9I42 

ni(l) S- 1-1382 John Mogg. d 9- 1-1920 
m(2) v;illiam Horseley. d 1935 Uontpelier, Idaho 

James Ellsworth Small (Ellsworth) '•9-23-1868 d 11-26-1 9U0 
m I1-28-I892 Mary Jane Mogg. 

Amanda Small b 5- U-I872 d 5- 9-1933 



k MRY JANE SMALL (MARY) b 8-11-1853 in Ingersoll, Cutario, Can. 163 
d 1-13-1 9U8 in St. Johns, Kich. Bu. in Ithaca Cem. 7li 

Most of her life was spent in and around Ithaca, Michigan. 
After she married Y/ill Bird, she moved to St. Johns, Mich. 
Da. of Eliza Jeine Sheldon (Ean'l P., John, William, John, John, 
John) and James Ellsworth Small. 

m(l) 7-13-1783 in Alma, ^ttch., V/m. John Barnes (John). 7U 

b 3-29-I9W in Steeple Claydon, Buckinghamshire, England, 
eleven day^ before he was taken onto the boat to sail for 
America. d 2-26-1916 in Ithaca. Michigan. Pioneer. 

m(2) i4-ll-19l8, Vta. John Bird (Will) of St. Johns, Michigan. 

Her children are given under the Barnes family. I66 



165 



BARNES 



1 JAMES BARNES 
England, 



m 



d 5-19-1783 in Steeple Claydon, Buckinghamshire, 



2-10-1772, Mary Pailjner. d 1-26-177U 



y;illiam Barnes 
Mary Barnes 



bp 7-19-1772 
b l-26-177ii 



d 
d 



5- U-177I1 



165 



WILLIAM BARNES bp 7-19-1772 in Steeple Claydon, England. 

m Elizabeth ( — ) 

3 James Barnes b 11- 1^-1790 d 3-13-1823 

b d 

Son: 



James Barnes 
John Barnes 

m Maiy Baley. 



b 11- li-1790 d 
b d 

Thomas Barnes b k- Ii-l8l9 



165 



165 



JAIiES BARI^S b 11- ii-1790 in Steeple Claydon, England. 

d 3-13-1823. Son of T/illiam (James) and Elizabeth (~) Barnes 

m Elizabeth Golby. b 12-2ii-1790. She was alive in 1852 when 
the Census was taken. Da. of William and Sarah ( — ) Golby. 

h Vfilliam Barnes b 12-28-1819 d 1- 5-1866 

John Barnes b 9-28-1821 d 9- 6-1903 

b in Steeple Claydon, Immigrated to the U.S. in l852-ii 
and settled in North Star, Mich. 

m Susannah Watson. They had five children. He m 7 times. 
Elizabeth Barnes b 10-25-1823 d 7-17-1895 

m l8ii2, Joseph Holton. They immigrated to the U.S. in 
l8i;9 and settled in Gratiot Co,, Mich, 11 children. 



165 



165 



WILLIAM BARIffiS b 12-28-1819 in Steeple Claydon, England. 

d 1- 5-1866 in North Star Twp., Gratiot Co,, Michigan. Son of 
James (William, James ) and Elizabeth Golby. 

They embarked for America h- 9-l81i8 and lived in Erie, Pa,, 
for two years then moved to Jackson Co,, Michigan, where they 
appeared in 1850 iji the U,S. Census and in 185U moved to Gratiot 
County, Michigan, where they cleared the land, built and lived 
in a log cabin without window panes . Wm. John bxillt a new Hdoose in 
the spring of 1877 across the road from the original homestead. 
The house has a plaque from the State for having been in the 
family for over a hundred years. The Barnes Cemetery is in such 
disrepair, the stones cannot be read. The DJl.R. recorded the 
names before they were destroyed. 



165 



r 

I 



166 



I 



m l8i42, Susannah Bates. b 1021. d 10-10-1865 in Gratiot 
Co., Mich, Bu. in Barnes Cem. , on the original homestead. 



James Barnes 
Maria Barnes 

m Wesley Knickerbocker. 
Elizabeth Barnes 

m(l) h- 7-1866 

M(2) U-27-1876 
V/illiam John Barnes (John) 
Thomas S. Barnes 

Moved out of the state. 
Mary Ann Barnes 

m 1-13-1868 
Samuel Barnes 

m h- 5-1877 

m 11-21-1911 , 
Eliza Ann Barnes 

m(l) 18 7l, 

12-22-1880 V/allace W, 
Barnes 
Meeker, Div, 



b 12-25-l8h3 d 
b 18J5 d 

Moved to Missouri, 
b U- 2-l8h7 d 
Lawrence Egan 
James L. Foote. Six children. 



b 
b 



3-29-13^8 
12-19-1850 



d 
d 



2- 5-1923 
Missouri 

12-15-1929 

Gratiot. 
2-26-1916 166 



b 6-30-1852 d 9-22-1910 

Joseph E. Grover. Five children. Gratiot. 

b 5-19-1851 d 3-27-1918 

Sophronia Barnes, his first cousin. Cue da. 

Estella Emaline (Bimge) Scott 

b 6-19-1856 d 6-18-1391 
Moses Teachworth. Div. 



m(2) 
Susannah 
m(l) 
m(2) 

in(3) 
Douglas Barnes 
m 1-15-1879, 



Knickerbocker, 
b 5- 1-1858 



2 children . 



9-23-1879 Daniel Clark '/mitnore , Gratiot Co., "Ich. 

1910, Hutchins of Coleman, Michigan 

b 7- 1-1859 d 11-15-1393 
Alice Marella Hoag. Lived Gratiot Co., Mich. 



5 WILLIAM JOHN BARIJES (JOHN) b 3-29-18U8 in Steeple Claydon, Buck- I66 
inghamshire, England. d 2-26-1916 in Ithaca, Mich, Bu. in l61i 

Ithaca Cem, 7U 



m(l) ii-28-1867, Allie Hawkins. d 5- -1873. 
in(2) 7-13-1873, Maiy Jane Small. b 8-11-1853 in Canada, 
d I-I3-I9I18 in St. Johns, Mich. Bu. in Ithaca Cem. 



Cora Elizabeth Barnes 
V/illiara Oscar Barnes 
Frank Augi;istus Barnes 
Lucy Ella Barnes 
Effie Mae Barnes 
Ethel Maud Barnes 

m(l) 3-II1-I899, 
2 children. 

m(2) 7-27-1952. 
James Earl Barnes (Earl) 

m(l) Effie Purdue. 

m(2) ll-2U-190li 
Ernest Barnes 

m 12-2li-1906, 



b 3-1^-1368 
b 3-28-1870 
b 1-11-1373 
b 8- 2-l87la 
b 10-2li-l875 
b 7-21-1377 

Edward Delevan Andi-us. d 

She worked for U.S. Gov't. 

7/illard 0, Bodell. 

b 12-2ij-l878 
Div. 2 children. 

Nellie Canpbell, widow. 
b 12-11^-1881 
Alta Andrews. It children 



h-25-1937 
ii-11-1955 
8-29-1950 
7- h-1897 
8-2li-195l 
10- 2-1975 
1913 Fla. 



163 



167 



d 5-21-1935 

Div. h children, 
d 3-10-1 9li 8 



Mason Lynn Barnes 
m 12-30-1902, 

William Ray Barnes 
m 7-18-1906, 

Baby 

Zora Ellen Barnes 
m(l) 12-13-1910, 
m(2) 6- 3-1933, 



(Lynn) b 
Jennie Purdue. 
(Ray) b 
Iterietta Parrish. 
b 
b 
Charles Reynolds. 
Ernest Hoffman. 



8-31-1883 d 
7 children. 
2- 6-1885 d 

2 children 
8-27-1886 d 
8-21-1890 d 



167 



8-21-1959 
6- 7-19U8 



9- 1-1886 
U-2U-1972 



3 children 



I 



6 EFFIE }iPCE BARNES b 10-2U-1875 in North Star T?rp., Gratiot Co., I66 
Mich. d 8-2it-195l in Mason Hospital. Bu. in Ithaca, Cem. ih 

Her home -was in Ithaca, lALchigan. Da. of lin, John (William, 
James, William, James ) and Maiy Jane Sheldon. 

m 11-30-1893, Thanksgiving Day, at her parents' home in North 7U 

Star Twp., Gratiot Co., Mich., Darius Calvin Elliott, 
b 8-10-1866 in Morenci, Michigan. d 1- 5-1950 in Ithaca, 
Mich. Bu. in Ithaca Cem. Son of Spaulding (Adin, Thomas, 
Joseph) and Sarah Shellenbarger. 



For their children see under Elliotts, 



GRIFFITH 



168 



UZARUS GRIFFITH b 1778 in Duchess Co., New York. d i860 
in Sand Creek, Lenawee Co., liichigan, 

Lazarus lived in Chemunc County (Tioga Territory until 1826) 
for twenty years. In 1833 he and Adin Elliot walked to Lfichigan 
and lazarus took up UO acres in Madison Trrp,, Lenawee County, 
and later bought the adjoining property. After hewing a spot 
in the wilderness and building a cabin, he walked to Detroit to 
meet his family v^hich had come dovm lAke Erie by boat and took 
them by ccfvered wagon and oxen to their new home. 

In the 1825 New YoA State Censvis for Veteran Town, Chemung 
Co., Lazraus lived on the fam next to Adin. Besides the fami- 
ly he had: 30 acres of land occupied by the family. 

7 neat cattle, 10 sheep, 2 hogs, 30 yds. flannel 

or other woolen cloth, raantifactured, 
50 yds, linen, cotton, and other cloths, manufactured. 

m 180- in Duchess Co., N.Y., Elizabeth Eliger. b 1787 in 
Duchess Co., New Yoiic, d 1853 in Lenavree Co., liLchigan. Da. 
of a Revolutionary V^ar soldier. 



J16 



2 


Phoebe Griffith 


b 


9-I6-I80U 


d 


6-22-1867 


168 


3 


Lewis George Griffith 


b 


8-27-1806 


d 


1-18-1892 


168 




Sarah Griffith 


b 


12-29-1808 


d 






k 


Joseph Gilffith 


b 


9-2>l8l2 


d 


U-1^1855 


173 


5 


Hannah Griffith 


b 


6- 5-1815 


d 




173 


6 


John Griffith 


b 


8-2>l8l7 


d 


1870 


173 


7 


Alrnyra Griffith 


b 


8-12-1820 


d 


1851 


17U 




William Griffith 


b 


1-29-1823 


d 


1917 






m Sarah Jane IJerriele. 


One 


child. 








8 


Cyrus L. Griffith 


b 


8-27-1826 


d 


I898 


175 



PHOEBE GRIFFITH b 9^l6-l80li Dvichess Co., New Yoric. 

d 6-22-1867 in Seneca, Lenawee Co., 1,'ich, See Adin Elliot 
f amily . 



^ 



LEWIS GEORGE GRIFFITH b 8-27-I806 in Duchess Co., New York, 
d 1-18-1892 in Lenawee Co., liLchigan. Son of Lazarus and 
Elizabeth Eliger. 



m(l) Hannah Boyer. d 1839 in New York. 
m(2) 1839 in Lenawee Co., Ifaiy Ann (— ) 

d 9-2U-I8U9 
m(3) 1850 Priscilla A. (--) b 1826. 

Michigan. 



168 



b 10-2ii-l8l9 

d 1909 in Lenawee Co. 



169 



Charles Griffith 
3- 1 James Griffith 

John Griffith 

Susan 

Harriet 

George 

Henr^'- 

Lenis 
3- 2 Silas J. 



b 


1835 


N.y. 


» 


b 


12- 3-1837 


d 




b 


18U0 


d 


* 


b 


l4-2C^l81a 


d 


11-25-1891 


b 


I8ii3 


d 




b 


3-31-18U7 


d 


8-31-1870 


b 


18U8 


d 




b 


1-15-I86ii 


d 


2-15-1866 


b 


h- 1-1865 


d 


8-22-1 9ia 



169 



169 



In Dover, I-iich., in the i860 census John Griffith -vfas a black- 
smith, aged 20, He was the last chile bom in New York. 



3-1 JAIES GRIFFITH b 12-3-1837 in Chemung Co., New York. Son 
of Levds (Lazarus ) and Hannah Boyer, 

James lived in Lenawee Coimty from I839 to i860', then ' 
moved to Gratiot Co., Mich., and took up 120 acres. Sec, 5j 
Emerson Twp, 

8-17-1862 he enlisted as private in Co, G, 5th Mich, Vol- 
unteers Cavalry, Am^^ of the Potomac, \mder Gen, Philip Sheri- 
dan, He vras an eyewitness to the famous ride to Winchester 
by Sheridan, Discharged 6- -l865. 



m 3- 6-1873, 
New Yoric, 



Eraeline Decker. b 5-l6-l81ih in Ontario Co., 



169 



3- 3 James K, Griffith 
3- h Lewis Griffith 
Maud Griffith 
Sarah P. Griffith 



b 
b 

b 
b 



1881 
1883 



d 
d 
d 
d 



170 
170 



3-2 SIIAS J. GRIFFITH b h- 1-1865. d 8-22-1 9ia in Lenawee 
Co,, Mich, Son of Lewis (Lazarus) and Priscilla A, ( — ) 
Griffith, 



169 



ra 

3- 
3- 
3- 



10- 6-1891, Viola Collins. 



5 
6 

7 

3- 8 
3- 9 

3-10 
3-11 
3-12 
3-13 
3-II4 



Levds E, Griffith 
Jesse A, Griffith 
Grace E, Griffith 
Norman T, Griffith 
Alvin 0, Griffith 
Silas Griffith Jr. 
Helen G. Griffith 
Luella C. Griffith 
Orvllle J, Griffith 
V/alter C. Griffith 
Ralph V, Griffith 
Nancy C, Griffith 





b 11-13-1869 


. 


d 1968 . 




b 


8-23-1892 


d 




170 


b 


8-12-1893 


d 


1969 


170 


b 


U-27-I895 


d 


U-23-1950 


170 


b 


11-13-1897 


d 


1-15-1961 


170 


b 


5- 5-18 99 


d 


1969 


171 


b 


6-13-1900 


d 


10-29-1901 




b 


11-25-1902 


d 




171 


b 


3-30-1901; 


d 




171 


b 


10-11-1906 


d 




171 


b 


u-lh-1908 


d 




171 


b 


11- ii-1909 


d 




172 


b 


191h 


d 







170 



3-3 JAI.ES K. GRIFFITH b lORl in Gratiot Co., Vich. Son of I69 

James (Levvis G,, lazarus) and Emeline Decker. 

m 12-25-1902, Winnie B. Gault of St. Louis, I'lch, b l881i 
in Ohio. Da, of John and Alnva (Pierce) Gault, of St, Louin. 

3-h LEVIS GRIFFITH b I883 in Gratiot Co., I.'lchigan. Son of I69 

James (Levds G. , Lazarus ) and Fjneline Decker, 

m 9- 9-1903, Viola Clark. b l80ii. Da. of Vfc. Clark 

3-5 LFl-.TS F. GRIFFITH b 8-23-1892. Son of Silas J. (Levds, I69 

Lazarus ) and Viola Collins . 

m 7-21-1931, I.Iaxine Ragless. 

3-15 Dorothea Irene Griffith b 6- 8-1932 d 172 

Elizabeth Ann Griffith b 3-26-1936 d 
m 11- -I95I1, Paul Bishop 

3-6 JESSE A. GRIFFITH b 8-12-1693 in Lenavree Co,, I/ichigan. 169 

d 1969. Son of Silas J. (Lerds G. , Lazarus) and 
Viola Collins. 

m 7- 7-1915, Hazel Hutchinson. d 19Ui 

3-16 Freda Louise Griffith b 2-22-1916 d 172 

3-7 GRACE E, GRIFFITH b ij-27-l895. d 1-23-1950 in an auto 169 

accident enroute to visit sister, Luella, in Flint, liLch, Ta. 
of Silas J, (Levds G., Lazarus) and Viola Collins, 

m 7» 3-1926, Edgar H. Stretten. b l5o6, d 14-23-1950. 

Edgar G. Stretten b h- 8-1929 d 

Robert R. Stretten b 2-1^^1936 d lj-23-l<'50 

3-6 HOPJIAN T, GRIFFITH, DR. b 11-13-1897 in Lenaree Co., Ilich; 169 
d 1-15-1961 in Detroit, I.'ich. Son of Silas J, (Lerds G,, 
Lazarus) and Viola Collins. Norman practiced in Detroit 
and in VAMI he vras Michigan Hospital Sergeant in the UcS, 

171 8-28-1926, I.Jary Garrets on. 



171 



3-9 ALVIN 0. GRIFFITH b 5- 5-l8?9 in Lenawee Co., Mchigan. 169 

d 1969. Son of Silas J. {ijevas G., Lazarus) and Viola 
Collins • 

in(i) 5- -1925. Edna Colyer. d 9- 7-1929 childbirth. 
m(2) 10-13-1 93U, Eva Thomas. 

3-17 Paul Ronald Griffith b 1-13-1928 d 172 

3-18 Prlscilla Ann b 9- 7-1929 d 173 

Drdght Noel Griffith b 7-2l;-1935 d 

m 6- -195U, Joanna ( — ) 

Lany David Griffith b 11-11-1936 d 

3-10 HELEN- G. GRIFFITH b 11-25-1902. da. of Silas J. (Lerwis I69 

J., Lazarus) and Viola Collins. 

in(l) 1-10-1927, Charles Harmian 

in(2) 7-29-1935, Fred Duve. b I9OO. d I969. 

3-19 Helen U. Hawnan b 2-28-1928 d 173 

John Nonnan Duve b 9-10-1938 d 

William Lorain Duve b 10- 5-1 9U0 d 

3-11 LUELU G. GRIFFITH b 3-3C^190U. Da. of Silas J. (Leivis I69 

G., Lazarus) and Viola Collins. 



m 



11- 7-1936, Arthur E, Raby of Peoria, 111, b 1902, 
Son of Nelson S, and Leona ( — ) Raby, Laborer in Sand Cr. 

Kathryn L, Raby b 8-22-1937 d 

Dallas J. Raby b h- 9-I9I4I d 

LSargaret Helen Raby b 10-17-19U3 d 

3-12 OHVILLE J. GRIFFITH b 10-11-1 906. Son of Silas J. (Lewis I69 

G., Lazarus) and Viola Collins. 

m 9- ij-1937, Lois lyons 

Jane Lois Griffith b 11-25-1939 d 

James Ormsby Griffith b 7- 7-I9I4O d 

John Silas Griffith b 1-22-19U2 d 

Jack David Griffith b Il-l8-19i48 d 

3-13 V/ALTER C. GRIFFITH b h-lli-lJOS. Son of Silas J, (Lewis 169 

G., Lazarus) and Viola Collins. 

ra Velma Pdsner 



172 



3-13 



Timothy Griffith 


b 


3- 7-l^iiO 


d 


Terrance Griffith 


b 


3- 7-l?l40 


d 


lachael Griffith 


b 


10-22-l"l;l 


d 


T.laiy Ann Griffith 


b 


2-15-1 ob3 


d 


Susan Griffith 


b 


l-25-19Ui 


d 


Ronald Griffith 


b 


8-23-1 9ij5 


d 


Shirley Griffith 


b 


10- 9^1916 


d 


Thomas Griffith 


b 


10- 6-191j7 


d 


Nancy Griffith 


b 


6- 1,-1 oijC 


d 



3-lij RALPH V. GRIFFIT}! b 11- lj-1^9. Son of Silas J. (Lewis 169 

G,, Lazarus) and Viola Collins. 

m 10-22-1937, Frances Garretson 

liarj-- Ellen Griffith b U- 2-1939 d 

Barbara Jean Griffith b 12-31-1 9ljO d 

Dale Ralph Griffith b 10- 9-1916 d 

Richard Garretson b 5-2U-1950 d 

3-15 DOROTPEA IREflE GRIFFITH b 6- 8-1932. Da. of lerris E, I70 

(Silas J., Levds G., Lazarus) and I.5axine Ragless. 

m 7- 7-1951, Charles Bays. 

Terese Ann Bays b 8- 6-1952 d 

Linda Bays b 12- U-195U d 

3-16 FREDA LOUISE GPIFFITH b 2-22-1916, Da. of Jesse (Silas 17O 

J., Levri-s G., Lazarus) and Hazel Hutchinson. 

jn 9^10-1938, Donald Funchion 

Josephine Funchion b 'V12-1939 d 

Donnie Funchion b 7- 8-19ii6 d 

3-17 PAUL RONALD GRIFFITH b 1-13-1928, Son of Alvin C. (Silas 171 

J., Lems G., Lazarus) and T^.dna Colyer. 



m 



6- -19ii9, Dorothy Sicoble 

Stephen Griffith b d 

Sandra Griffith b d 

Lola Ann Griffith b d 



173 



3-18 PRISCIUJV AMTI GRIFFITH b 9- 7-1929. Da. of Alvin C, 17I 

(Silas J,, Lems G,, Lazarus) and Edna Colyer. 

m 5- -I9I48, Eugene V/haley. 

Daniel Hugh VjTialey b 6- 3-19h9 d 

Sharon Marie VJhaley b 3- -19^2 d 

3-19 HEIiEN U. HATOIAN b 2-28-1928. Da. of Helen G. Griffith 171 

(Silas J., Le-i\'is G., Lazarus) and Charles Hamnan 

m 6- -I9U8, Tomas Rivera 

Thalis Rivera b d 

I.tyra Rivera b d 

Tomas Rivera Jr. b d 

Virginia Rivera h d 



h JGSEPH GRIFFITH b 9-23-l8l2 in Veteran, Chemung Co., New Yoric I68 
d ii-l6-l855. Son of Lazarus and Elizabeth Eliger. 

ra(l) Phoebe Ann Tubbs 
m(2) Sarah Shambaugh 

Emelyne Griffith b d 

Dorinda Griffith b d 

Hary (by 2nd wife) b d 

5 HAMAH GRIFFITH b 6- 5-l8l5 in Veteran, Chemung Co., N.Y, I68 

Da. of Lazarus and Elizabeth Eliger. 

m Abraham Munson 

Stephen J.{unson b d 

Lazarus Munson b d 

6 JOHN GRIFFITH b 8-23-1817 in Veteran, Chemung Co., New Yoric. I68 

d 1870. Son of Lazarus and Elizabeth Eliger. 

m(l) 1837, Hepsabel Steward 

m(2) Elithere (— ) b 1828. d 1898 in Lenawee Co., Mich. 

6- 1 Heniy Griffith b l850 d 1906 173 

6-1 IffiNRY GRIFFITH b 1850 in Lenaivee Co. , Mchigan. d I9O6. 173 



17li 



6-1 Son of John (Lazarus) and Hepsabel Steivard. 

m llatilda Rurasey 



Infant son 


b 


1883 


d 


I8ea 


Beatrice Griffith 


b 


1887 


d 


1917 


Heni3'- Griffith 


b 




d 




Infant 


b 




d 





b 


1813 


d 


1856 




b 
b 


9- 5-181,1 


d 
d 


1917 


17U 
17U 


b 


I8I48 


d 


1867 




b 




d 




175 


b 


I851i 


d 


1851; 





KlJiYm GRIFFITH b 6-12-1820 Veteran, Gher.ung Co., Hev: York. 168 

d 185U in Lenaivee Go., Mich. Da. of Lazarus ann Elizabeth 
Eliger. 

m John C, Anderson, a Scotsnan. b I8IO, d IC6I in Le^a^Yee 
Co.. IJich, 
in(2) Gustie (— ) . They noveri to Fulton, Ohio. 

Elizabeth Anderson 
7- 1 V.llliam Anderson 
7- 2 John Anderson 

Albert C, Anderson 
7- 3 Sarah Anderson 

Charles Anderson 



7-1 V,lLLL\n AirCEPSCH b 9- 5-l8i4li in I'adison T\-.T., Lenawee Co., IJU 

lach, d 1917, Son of Almj-ra Griffith (Lazarus) and John 
C. Anderson 

m I4- 6-1876, Nancy Abbott of Fairfield Tyrp, b li- 3-1852, 
d 1929. Da. of IVm. and Lavinia (Stuck) Abbott. 

Florence Anderson b I863 d l88Ii 

Tfebster S. Anderson b 1877 d 1926 

m Amanda (~) b I87B. d I96O. 

IVilliara LaVem Anderson b 1879 d 19'1 

m Ethel S. Covell. b 6-20-1888 
John Anderson b d 

Frederick A, Anderson b 1885 d 117 

from a fall from a ha,->,Tiow. 

m Lydia Colvell. b I893 

Hinta Anderson b I888 d 

m Alonzo J. Tr'ler. b I87I. d 19l2. 

7-2 JOinC AriDEPSON Son of Ali:;;-ra Griffith (l>azarus) and John C, lyli 

Anr'erson. 

in(l) .'lattie Firth 
ra(2) Augusta Votzlce 



175 



7-2 Cora Anderson 

7- U Bert Anderson 

George Anderson 
Lillie Anderson 
Clyde (by 2nd mfe) 
Valda (by 2nd ivif e ) 



b 

b 
b 
b 
b 
b 



d 
d 
d 
d 
d 
d 



175 



7-3 SARAH ANDERSON b 

and John C, Anderson 



Da. of Alnyra Griffith (Lazarus) 



m 



Frank Rumsey, of St, Louis, Michigan 



Marvin Rumsey 
Lewis Rumsey 
Olive Rumsey 
Gracie Rumsey 
Bertha Rumsey 
Gayle Rumsey 
Cora Rumsey 



b 
b 
b 
b 
b 
b 
b 



d 
d 
d 
d 
d 
d 
d 



17U 



1-h BERT ANDERSON b in Lenawee Co., Mich. Son of John (Al- 

rayra Griffith, Lazarus) and Mattie Firth. He v/orked in the 
Post Office in Lansing, I.Iichigan. 



17li 



m 



Firth Anderson made blueprints for bridges. Killed near 
St. Johns, Mch,, in an auto accident. Left a vrife 
and son, 

Neva Anderson taught school in Ivlidland, Mich. Had a sick 
husband. 

Victor Anderson vras a lavr/er in Lansing, Eminent, 



CYRUS GRIFFITH b 8-27-1826 in Veteran, Chemung Co., New Yoric. l68 
d 1698 in Lenawee Co., Mich, Son of Lazarus and Elizabeth 

Eliger. 

m 7- 3-1855, Julia Ann (Burtch) Cravrford, widow of David Cra^>- 
ford, b 7- 2-1833, d 12-19-1919 in Seneca, Mchigan. 
Da. of Edmund Burtch (d l81i6 in Adrian, Mich.) and Louisa 
Van Skoy (d 18)43 in Adrian. ) 

Julia Ann was cousin to Adaresta (Burtch) Elliott, 5l 

Ethelinda Crawford b 7-l5-l85ii d 7-25-1856 



8- 1 
8- 2 

8- 3 
8-1, 



Theron Griffith 


b 


11- 8-1857 


d 


1-21-1860 




Ezbon Griffith (E, A, ) 


b 


11-28-1860 


d 




176 


Elma Griffith 


b 


3- SV-I86I1 


d 




176 


J\ilia May Griffith (May) 


b 


5- 9-1869 


d 


8-301955 


177 


Sarah Griffith 


b 


5- 2-1873 


d 


1-23-1517 


177 



176 



Cyrus vfent barefoot and clair.ed he had the cloanent feet 
in the county because the dop kept them licked clean, 

G-1 EZBOr>I GRIFFITH b ll-28-l860 in Seneca, Lenawee Co., ?ichiran. 175 
Son of Cyrus (Lazarus) and Julia Ann (Burtch) Cravfford. 

n(l) Ada Brif^ht 

m(2) Lena Engel. b 18??. d 19Uh 

8- 5 Leona Griffith b 1?09 d 195? 177 

Cyrus Griffith b 1513 d 1923 

He "ivas caught on top of a vandmill during a stom 
and had to v/ait until his father could ;;et him davm, 
lie die^' of diptheria serum reaction, 

8- 6 Elma Griffith b d 177 

8-2 EL:.1A LOUISE GRIFFITH b 3- 9-1861 in Seneca, I'lch. i>a. of 175 

Cyrus (Lazainis) and Julia Ann (Burtch) Cravrford, 

ra 0-17-1881, Charles Heniy Allen. b 6- 2-1857. 
d 10-22-1920, He vras of Baptist faith. 



Eston Allen 


b 


7- 2-1883 


d 


7- 2-1883 




Leslie Cyrus Allen 


b 


7- h-l387 


d 


1-31-1936 




m Phila Salsbury 












Carl Allen 


b 




d 






8- 7 Hariy Griffith Allen 


b 


3-10-1801 


d 


U-21-l'«6 


177 


8- 8 Duane Allen 


b 


6-11-1895 


d 


3- 2-1969 


178 


Hay Allen 


b 


3- 3-1901 


d 






m I.aidred Morris 













OLDEST RESID?3nIT KEEPS BUSY, SHO^AGE OF OLD CLOTH PUTS DA:.T^P. 
ai RUG I'JVKIIIG OF SENECA V.'OI.tAN 82 (Adrian Bail;/, December 11, 
19lj6.) 

At an age when most folks are content to spend their days 
spoiling their grandchildren, "rs. Elma Allen, at 82 years of 
age Seneca's oldest resident, insists on keening at her favorite 
task-making rugs. 

During the last ten ^ears she h.as nade about 75 rugs and pieced 
moi-e than 30 qtdlts. ...:!ard r.-ork is an old stor>- to T.rs, yUlen 
since most of her life has been spent on a fam v.-orPang indoors 
and outside, too, and raising four sons. 

Her attractive rugs adorn the floors in the hones of many rela- 
tives and friends. ...".oolen cloth is braided into rugs and cotton 
materials are crocheted « It takes r.'i-s. Allen about fifty hours 
to braid a rug ar-proximatcly 2 ft. by ii ft. and she crochets a rug 
in half that time. 



177 



8-2 Surprisingly spry for her years, LIrs. Allen said, "I just 

can't seem to sit -.Tithout doing anj'-thing, I like to visit Trith 
friends but the minute I am alone I pick up my rugs and go back 
to work. Maybe it' s because I keep busy that I have lived so 
lonj:." 

Mrs, Allen says that her sister, Mrs. May Roberts,' 77, of 
near I'orenci, also is quite a rug maker. Her brother, E. A, 
Griffith of Sand Creek, recently observed his 87th birthday cel- 
ebration. 



8-3 J\JL1A MY GRIFFITH b 5- ?-l669 in Lenawee Co., L&chigan. 
d 8- 30-1955 in Sand Creek, liLch, Da, of Cyrus (Lazarus) 
and Julia Ann (Burtch) Crav.-f ord. 



m 5-16-1890, Peter Roberts. b 8-27-1868. 
Son of Ed\Tard and liartha (Hoivard) Roberts. 



8- 9 Lulu May Roberts 

8-10 Eima Lavinia Roberts 

8-11 Lovisa I.Ianette Roberts 

8-12 Merton Griffith Roberts 



b U-19^1891 

b 12- 9^1892 

b 6- 9-1899 

b h- 9-1906 



d 12- 1-I9h3 

9-21-1961 
7-22-1971 



d 
d 
d 
d 



175 



178 
178 
178 
179 



8-i. SARAH GRIFFITH b 5- 2-1873. d 1-23-1917 in Helena, Meant. 
Da. of Cyrus (Lazarus) and Julia Ann (Burtch) Cravrford. 



m 



George ITilletts 



8-13 Juliamae IVilletts 
Gerald ITilletts 



b 
b 



d 
d 



175 



179 



8-5 LEONA A. GRIFFITH b I9O0. d 195?. Da. of Ez-bon (Cyrus, 
Lazarus) and Ada Bright. 

m Robert Griffith, a cousin, b I896. d I970 

Robert S, Griffith b 19l|5 d 19l;7 



176 



8-6 EL?a. GRIFFITH Da. of Ezbon (Cyrus, Lazarus) 
ra Frank Van Etten 

LovreU. Van Etten b 



176 



8-7 HARRY ALLEN b 3-101851. d 14-21-1866. Son of Elma 
Griffith {Cyrus, Lazarus) and Charles H, Allen, 



176 



178 



0-7 n Fern Hayes of i!orenci. 

Aldyth Allen b 11-11-1 ''13 d 

m I.'ax B. Hall of Lyons, Ohio. 
Charles Hayes .Mien b 3-2l4-l"l5 d 

8-8 DUAIIE lLL"r b 6-11-18^5. d 3- 2-196^- crushed vmder a I76 

tractor on his maple sugar nill farm. He 7/as found by his 
son-in-law, Bill IQegg. Son of EL-na L. Griffith (C:/rus, 
Lazarus) and Charles H. Allen. 

m 

Ilarvel Allen b d 

m y.'illian Klegg 

C-9 LUi;j LAY ROBRKTS b h-l^-lBoi in Lenav/ee Co., ?'ichipan. 177 

d 9-21-1961 in Morenci, Mich. la. of Julia Vay Griffith 
(Cyrus, Lazarus) and Peter Roberts. 

m 11- 8-1911, Frank E. Sims. b 2-27-138?. Son of Robert 

and Esther ( — ) Sims. 

8-m Eima Virginia Sims b h-2 9-1913 d 179 

8-15 Trevelyn Robert Sims b 10- 6-1 oib d 179 

8-10 ERI'iA UVINIA ROBERTS b 12- 0-1892. 177 

Da. of Julia Hay Griffith (Cyrus, Lazarus) and Peter Roberts. 



m 



5-16-1017, Clarence Edmund Damton, b II-I6-IS9U. 

d 8-10-1967. Son of Robert and Helen (Crei,:hton) Tamton. 



8-16 Clarence Edmund Damton b 1-25-1919 d 179 

Julianne Damton b 11-30-1920 d 2-16-1921 

8-17 John Merton Damton b 5-lh-1922 d 179 

■8-18 Charles Patrick Damton b 7- 7-1921 d IflO 

8-11 LOVISA f,IAI\!ETTE ROBEiffS b 6- ^^1899. d 7-22-1971 of can- 177 

cer. Da. of Julia :.Jay Griffith (Cyrus, Uzarus) and Peter 
Roberts. 

m 6-16-1921, Chester Tom i'amton. b L-28-1893. Son of 
Robert and Helen (Creighton) Damton. 

8-19 Peter Robert Damton b 6-17-1923 d I8O 

8-20 Barbara Ann Damton b 12-20-1925 d I80 

8-21 Donald Charles Damton b 3-29-1932 d I8O 



179 



8-12 fJEKTON GRIFFITH ROBERTS b I- 9-1906. Son of Jidia Ifey 17? 

Griffith (Cyrus, Lazarus) ar.d Peter Roberts. Teacher in 
Petaluma, California 

m Ruth mrjorie McRae b 8-10-1513. Da. of George F, 

(b 1876 d 1951) and Ruby (— ) McRae (b 1885. d 1971) 

8-13 JULIAMAE TrtLLETTS b Da. of Sarah Griffith 177 

(Cyrus, Lazarus) and George V/illetts. Live in Helena, Mont. 

m 'Vine 

Robert V/ine b d 

Lee Vdne b d 

8-lU ERJ.'A VIRGDIIA SIfJS b lj-29^1913. Da. of Lulu }Sa.y Boberts I78 

(Julia May Griffith, Gyms, Lazarus) and Frank Sims 

m liYilliam Cresse Lampe 

8-22 Y/illiam Sims Lampe b d I8O 

8-15 TREVELYN ROBERT SIMS b 10- 6-I91I4. Son of Lulu May Rob- I78 

erts (Julia Hay Griffith, Cyrus, Lazarus) and Frank Sims. 

m Doris Ethel Y/alters . b 1-12-1922 

Richard Sims b d 

8-23 Cynthia Hay Sims b 9-26-1 9li6 d I8I 

Sylvia Sue Sims b 2- 9-1951 d 

8-16 CLARENCE EDMUND MRHTOH, JR. b 1-25-1919. Son of Erma 178 

L. Roberts (Julia May Griffith, Cyrus, Lazarus) and Clarence 
E. Damton. Clarence lives in St. Loijis, Missouri 

m Jane Dirkess 

John Damton b d 

8-17 JOHN LERTON DARNTOM b 5-li<-1922. Son of Erma L. (Julia I78 

May Griffith, Cyrus, Lazarus) and Clarence E, Damton 

m Katie Cogswell 

Barbara Damton b 1950 d 

ra Charles ( — ) 



lao 



8-17 Virginia Camton b 1955 d 

James Darnton b 1957 d 

8-18 CHAIILES PATRICK DARNTON b 7- 7-192li. Son of Enna L. 178 

Roberts (Julia Jftiy Griffith, Cyrus, Lazarus) and Clarence E, 

Darnton 

m Geraldine V/echter 

Jackie Darnton b d • 

Mary Darnton b 1956 d 

Betsy Darnton b d 

8-19 PETER ROBERT DAl^ITON b 6-17-1923. Son of Loviaa M. Rob- 178 

erts (Julia i:ay Griffith, Cyrus, Lazarus and Ton Pamton 

m 6-16-1 9I45, Betty Rae Hilenan. b 6-25-1921 

Eric Gordon Darnton b 2-2 0-1 9148 d 

Lane Alan Darnton b 7-26-1 91 9 d 

8-20 BARBARA ANN DARNTON b 12-20-1925. Da. of Lovisa ::. Roberts 178 
(Julia May Griffith, Cyrus, Lazarus) and Tom Darnton 

m 2-20-1950, Hugh Rodney V.'ilson 

Todd Rodney Vfilson b 11- 3-1951 adopted 

Nancy Lee '.Yilson b Ii- 9-1958 adopted 

8-21 DONALD CHARLES DARNTON b 3-29-1932. Son of Lovlsa ]1, Rob- 178 
erts (Julia I.Iay Griffith, Cyrus, Lazarus) and Tom Zamton. 
He is a professor at the Univ. of Elacksburg, Va. 

m 6-28-I95I4, Joyce Ann Springer. b 6- 6-1932 

Leivis Randolph Darnton b 1-26-1955 d 
Rebecca Ann Darnton b 6-21-1957 d 

8-22 IVILLI/VM S, LAIIPE Son of Emma V, niras (Lulu ?'. Roberts, J-dlia 179 
May Griffith, Cyrus, Lazarus) and Uilliam C. Larape 



m 7-15-1961, Peggy Ann Penrod 

Timothy V.illiam Lampe b 8- 8-1963 d 

Bradley Penrod Lampe b 5^25-1965 d 



181 



8-23 CYNTHIA IIA-Y SBB b 9-26-1 ?lj6.- Da. of Trevelyn Sims (Lulu 
iJl, Roberts, Julia May Griffith, Cyrvis, Lazarus) and Doris 
Ethel Walters. 



179 



m George Nachtrede. 



i 



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ABRAHAM 
SHELLENBARGEI^ 

^iid Ills descendant,^ 

1777-1976 



by S.J. Beamish 



iPlb 



FOREWORD 



After deciding to publish my findings on the Shellenbarger fardly 
to date, the question of v/hether to nake the book historical or geneal- 
ogical in content had to be ansv/ered, I decided the history vrould be 
included in the nanes of places and dates and I am sure anyone who 
reads ha.s a linited (perhaps) or extensive (it is hoped) knowledge of 
the growth of the country and tJie v/estward flow of peoples who wanted to 
escape the congestion of settled and populated areas; or rrho hoped to 
better their lot; or those who read and believed the advert 'senents dis- 
tributed by press agencies in an effort to populate areas vrest of the 
Appalachians. 

Statehood was dependent on population. Also, land prices had pone 
up in settled areas and money from sale of land in the East would buy 
many more acres in the westward advancing frontier. 

Travel r/as done by Shani.'s :.:are, mules, horses, oxen, rragons and 
covered v^agons only vAen there was no river or waterway to traverse, A 
river was the easiest route and the safest and settler«nts cieveloped at 
places ;vhere tT/o or more routes of transportation intersected, Froci 
crossroad settlements towns and cities grew. The first arrivals or set- 
tlers v;ere self-sufficient; grov/ing their own food and .-raking their own 
clothing or bartering for what they needed otherwise. 

As time went on surpluses grev/ and the Trestv;ard movement went on. 
lTe\7 problems in farming resulted in the steel plov/, the reaper and other 
machinery. The hardships vrere not Just the vforking long hours and hor.e- 
made tools and sometimes starvation diets or monotonous menus, when crop 
failures followed draught, insect invasions, too much rain, etc.; lone- 
liness and deprivation took their toll. 

The pioneers vfelcomed guests, the vra;^'vrard traveler, anyone bringing 
news, gossip, or messages from relatives. Social events were vfell-at- 
tended and the settlers made the most of them: bam raisings, quilting 
bees, husking bees v/here the red ear meant a kiss from the "beloved,'' 
v.od ings, funerals. All called for ccsnmunity effort and pot-luck din- 
ners v.-ith mtisic and dancing far into the night. The gossip they heard 
and the fun they had lasted until the next affair. 

Canals and railroads made travel easier and brought immigrants and 
made th,e v;estem frontier nearer. 

-ars between England and France over territory and furs, the Indian 
'"■ars, Indian raids, the Hevolutionai-y V.'ar, The "ar of I8l2, the Civil 
l.ar, V.ar witl-i Spain, and a]l the pol:'tical machinations incurrcnt In es- 
tablishing security, national debt, opening new areas for settlerert, es- 
tablishing respect and stability for the new nation, political reforms, 
suffrage to v;omen and all men v/hether property owners or not, took place 
dvirin:: the years our people vrere settling this countr-.- and raking hones 
and families, 

'ihe 20th Centiiry brought the realization that we were a V.'orld Power 
and must share the responsibility for the world poor, underdeveloped na- 
tions, and with it, also, two V/orld Vars and a Cold V/ar and almost con- 
tinuous warfare somev/here on this r,arth, Korea, Viet Nam, alerts in the 



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Middle East and politics became Big Business and the National Debt 
no longer frightened anyone even thotigh it rose to astronomical pro- 
portions. Attitudes changedj niora!!^ changed. 

These cannot be shown in a book such as this but mth your know- 
ledge of history and vrorld affairs and the dates and places given 
here you should be able to see the part your ancestors and relatives 
played in the panorama of history. 

This is a very brief summary of the history unfolding while these 
people Trent about the business of living. lYe know little of Abraham 
before his marriage to Dorothy Doile. The assumption is that he came 
from Pennsylvania but whether he was bom there or came from Germany 
is unknovm. 

There are several Shellenbargers of various spellings in Pennsyl- 
vania Church Records but there is no way of knowing if they were of 
this family, Shellenbargers came from Hesse j some were lost at sea* 
but there are no connecting links found to this date. 



Sara Jane (Elliott) Beamish I976 



9GZk W, Shorewood Drive 
Mercer Island, '/Washington 
98OUO 



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CONTENTS 



FOnET.'.'ORD l8lb 



SHELLEireARGER, ABRAMM 182 

2 ABRAHAL! SHEUJCNRARGEr. 18 2 

3 ADAM SHELLEI^'BARGEn 200 

5 NICHOIAS SHELL^BARGER 205 

6 AAROI'I SHEUENBAFGER 20? 

7 HARY SHELLH^BARGER 222 



1S2 



ABRAHAM SHELLENBARGER 

1 hP.mikV. SHELin^RARGER b Pennsylvania. Geman descent. d in 183 
Knox Co., Olio, 



in Dorothy Doile b Pa. d I8ij0-l8?0. An Indian who ties his 
housekeeper after his first v/iXe's death. 

2- 1 Abraham Shellenbarger b 12-27-1809 d I4- 9-1899 182 

3- 2 Adam Shellenbarger b 12-12-1P17 d l81iL- 1850 200 
h- 3 Solomon b 1826 d 

m 5-25-1051 ilary Ann Nogle 

5- h Nicholas b 182? d 2-26-18 9h 20? 

6- 5 Aaron b 2-13-1835 d 11- 1*-1909 20? 

7- 6 nary b 1837 d 222 
6- 7 Delilah b d 

9- 8 Dorothy b l81iO d 



ABRAHAM SHELLENBARGER 



2 ABrtAIlAlI SHELIEHBAROER b 12-27-1809 lOiox Co. , Ohio, d la-9-l8oo i82 
I^u. in North Star Cem, Oratiot Co., "ich. i'e had a lanrl rrant in 
Emerson Tvvp. I7-I6I1, Sec 7 9-I4-I866. 17-17-93. 

m 9-2-l8ijl Rachel Metcalf in :'t. Vernon, Knox Co., O-.io. b lO-l- 
1609. d 6-22-1905. Bu. in north Star Cen. She -.Tas Enflish- 
Irish and had black hair anc blue eyes. Da. of John IJetcalf of 
St. Johns. 



2-1- 1 


Nahalia Shellenbarger 


b 


1812 


d 


1905 182 


2-2- 2 


Solomon 




b 


iBhh 


d 


18U 


2-3- 3 


George 




b 


iShS 


d 


18U 


2-ij- h 


Mai in da 




b 


I8I18 


d 


18U 


5 


Garon 




b 




d 




6 


Savil 




b 




d 




2-"?- 7 


Sarah 




b 


2-18-1855 


d 


13- 6-1931 185 


2-6- 8 


Aaron 




b 


7-2l4-l85Ii 


d 


1- 6-lQlo 185 


9 


John 




b 


1857 


d 


10-31-189? of 




inflammation 


of the 


lung£ 


' • 






2-7-10 


Henry Francis 




b 


12- -1858 


d 


1923 185 


2-8-n 


?:ary Ann 




b 


i860 


d 


1905 186 



2-1 :.'AnALJA SHELIEMBARGER b 1812. Da. of Abraham (Abraham) and l82 
iachel Metcalf . d 190?. Bu. in Ilcrth Star Cem. 
n y.alliam Coakley. b I863 lov/a. d I896 in :-orth Star, ''ich. 

Con' t on p l81i 



183 



ABRAHAM SHELIEI-JBAPGER 



b 17701790 Pa. d 



182 



Although the 1820 and iShO Cens\;i£ records were too indistinct to read 
and the 18^0 did not list him, parts of it being indistinct he did appear 
in the 18 30 record, 

1830 U.S. Census for Knox County, Ohio Territory 



Abraham Shellenbarger 


aged 


over 30 




1 female 


aged 


30 liO 


(Dorothy Doile ) 


1 male 


aged 


15- 20 


(Abe Jr. ) 


k males 


aged 


10 15 


(Adam, '3 unknown) 


1 female 


aged 


10- 15 


(Delilah ) 


2 males 


aged 


5-10 


(unknown ) 


2 males 


aged 


5 


(Sol and Nick) 



There vias no other information given in the record. The bracketed names to 
the right were mine. It is knovm Abraham was alive in I81i0-l8h9 when he 
fathered an illegitimate child bearing the Shellenbarger name. 



Earlier records yielded the f ollovfing but as no further information T/as 
found as to r/here they settled, their children, marriages or deaths it was 
impossible to know if they were in any way connected with Abraham of Ohio, 

Johanne Shellenbarger 1:0-21-1751; in ship "Friendship," Captt Charles Ross, 
from Amsterdam, last from Gaeport, England, Inhabitants of ship were from 



Franconia and Hesse, 



- Pennsylvania German Pioneers by Strassburger- 



Johanne Shellenbarger II-I-I763 on ship "Chance," Cap't Charles Smith 
from Rotterdam last from Covres, 

-ibid - 

Histoiy of Christ Reformed Church at Indian Creek by Charles H, Price Jr. 
lists many bhellenbergers genealogy shcvrijig early arrival 1727-I739 but there 
appears to be no link with ovx family. 



H istoiy of Dauphin Comly. Pa . by Luther Reiley Kellker, 1907, also gives 
the Eenealogy or Augustus R. but again no connection can be found. 



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2-1 2- 0- 1 Rachel Ellen Coaldey b 7-27-1R66 d 11- 2-1960 i86 

2-10- 2 Jeny Coakley b I869 d I86 



SOLOIiai SlIELLEIIBARGEn b l8Ui in Ohio, d in Ashley, l!ich, i82 

He lived in Elba Tv/p,, Oratiot Co., I.'ich, Sen of Abraham (Abra- 
ham) and Rachel Iletcalf, 
m(l) 

in(2) 7-6-1861; Ilariah Ltyre of .Vaslilnf^on T?np. b 18U5. 

m(3) 12-29-1892 Margaret (Kohler) Lee (Haggle). b 1873. 
Da. of Charles and !.Iary (M-llard) Kohler, 



2-3 GEORGE SilELLSIBARGER b iSh^ in Ohio, Son of Abraham (Abraham) l82 
and Rac?iel iletcalf. lie was a farr.er in Elba Twp., Cratiot Co, 
n 1871 Fidelia Rush (Pelia) b 3-5-1851 in Lake Odessa, 
I!ich, d 3-15-1921 of apoplexy. Da. of Ebenezer Rush (b 
1815 in II.Y, d 10-16-1899 in Lake Odessa, Son of Ebenezer 
and Barbara (Paine) Rush) and r^ebecca Didty (b 1-22-1827 in 
n.Y. d 8-9-1 -'^10 in lake rdessa.) Cister to Daniel's (Adan, 
Abraham) wife Sarah Jajie Rush, 

1 Anne Shellenbarger b 5-23-1872 d 8-20-1873 of 

measles, in Greenbush, ?!ich, 

12-11-1673 in Elba T>to. 

6-31-1875 or 6-3-1875 



2 


Emma 


b 


3 


Rachel 


b 




m ICoeffman 




I; 


Gertrude Be 


b 


5 


Uartin J. 


b 


6 


I^rrtle Jane 


b 


7 


Sarah K, 


b 



3-16-1878 In Binphan, ?'ich. 
6- -1870 d 12- -1879 
12-15-1880 in St. Johns, ?'lch. 
) 1-2 2-1881 in Elba lYrp. 
m 12-30-ir.97 Fred C, V/onnacutt b I876 

8 Pearl E. b 7-22-15 S3 d 

9 George A. b 8- 3-1885 d 1- 2-19li9 

of heart failure in Beldiing, ?'ich. 
10 V.Mtney Bi-^-an b 10- 5-1888 d 5- -I8P9 



2-.U "ALItlDA STT^LLraiBARGER b I8I48-9. Da, of Abraham (Abrahar) and 182 
Rachel ?^etcalf. 
m V^illiam ITright 

2-11- 1 Jane V.'right b I87O d 18? 

2 nalinda v: right b d 

grand-daughter of Abralian in i860 U, S, Census record 



185 



2-5 



SARAH SHET,T,F,I©ARGER 


b 2-18-1855. d 11-6-1931. Da. of 


182 


Abraham (Abraham) and Rachel Met calf. 






m 187U T^ilbur O'DelT. b 3 


-26-1857. d 


U-22-1897 of 




heart attack. 












2-12- 1 Delia O'Dell 


(Delia) 


b 


12-11-1875 


d 5- 9-1955 


187 


2-13- 2 Maiy R, 




b 


2-22-1879 


d 12-2i;-1959 


187 


2-lli- 3 Henry 




b 


11- 3-1881 


d 5-13-I9U6 


187 


2-15- h James 




b 


3-27-1883 


d 2-27-1925 


188 


2-l6- 5 Laiira 




b 


U-17-1885 


d 1935 


188 


2-17- 6 Nellie D, 




b 


8-16-1890 


d 


188 


2-18- 7 Charles IT, 




b 


5^2^1892 


d 12- 7-1958 


188 


8 Johnie E. 




b 


8- 5-1893 


d 8- 7-1893 




2-19- 9 Latonia May 




b 


> 2-18 95 


d 1971 


188 



2-6 AARON SHELLMBARGER- b 7-22;-l85i; Delefware Co., Indiana. 

d 1-6-1919 in Hale, Mch, Son of Abraham (Abraham) and Kich- 
el Metcalf , 

m 2-3-1878 Augusta Jane Shellenbarger in Gratiot Co., Michigarj, 
his cousin. b 9-2>l860. d 12-5^-1919. Da. of Aaron 
(Abraham) and Elizabeth Knapp. 



182 



2-20- 1 


Elizabeth Rachel 


b 


1-12-1879 


d 


7- 3-1966 


189 


2-21- 2 


Captain Lee 


b 


5-25-1880 


d 


1965 


189 


3 


Samuel Warner 


b 


10-12-1881 


d 


U- 2-1895 






in Elba Twp., 


Gratiot 


Co., Mich. 


of 


paralysis 




2-22- k 


Margaret May 


b 


2-22-1883 


d 


1-20-1950 


189 


2-2> 5 


Tl&lliam Itoss 


b 


> >1885 


d 




189 


6 


Eddie Abraham 


b 


9-20-1887 


d 


10- 6-1888 




2-2ii- 7 


Ervln Aai"on 


b 


2-16-18 90 


d 


1971 


189 


2-25- 8 


Jesse Leroy 


b 


I1-2 7-1891; 


d 




191 



2-7 HEt^RY FRANCIS SHELLEl^BARGER b .2-lli-l858 in Fultpn- Co., Ohio. 
d lt-i-1923 Ashley, Bu. in Elsie Cem. Son of Abraham (Abra- 

ham) and IfeLchel Ketcalf, He lived in Emerson and Elba Twps, 
Gratiot County, liichigan. 



'•i 



182 



m 



6- -1876 Lettie Beatrice Sharpe. - b 11- -1858' Livingston 

Co., !.!ioh, d 5^20-1951. Da. of IVm. Steadman Sharpe 

b 3-7-1828 N.Y. d 5-16-1916. 
Cora said her father was quiet. He spent a lot of money so 

of his sons co\ad become a minister but the son left the 
church in Ohio. Heniy F, rras elected Justice of the Peace April 
1879. He held the World' s Championship Title in Trrestling and 
used to T.Testle with Dry Elliott. 



one 



2-26- 1 


Cora ?'ay Shellenbarcer 


b 


2-27- 2 


Hulda Jane 


b 


2-28- 3 


Harriet Lucinda 


b 


h 


Harry 


b 



186 



2-7 2-26- 1 Cora ?'ay Shellenbarcer b 2-21-1877 d I96- 191 

12-25-1879 d 191 

1- 9-1861 d 191 

1- 1-1883 d 11-22-1915 
9 p.m. Thanksgiving Day, m adopted da, of Inez, 

Zellah Belle b 3-21-1889 d 

m — WcCool and lives in San Carlos, California 

Burr Oak b 10-21-1897 in Shepherd, !.'j.ch. 

Lives in Nevada. 



2-8 IIA.RY ANN SHELLENBARGEn b I86O in Ohio, d 1905, Pa, in 182 

North Star Cemo They lived in Ashley. Da. of Abraham (Abraham) 
and Rachel Lfetcalf . 
m John A, Coakley. b I863, d I896. Bu. in North Star 

Cemetery, 

2-29- 1 Neal Coakley b I883 d 192 

2-30 2 John A, Coakley b 7-2U-1887 d 192 

3 Maiy E, b 9-25-1893 d 

2-31- k Arthur b I89I d 192 



2-9 RACHEL ELLEN COAKLEY b 7-27-1866 in St. Johns, ?.tichigan. I81i 

d 11-2-1960. Bu. in North Star Gem. Da. of Liahalia (Abraham, 
Abraham) and Yfjlliam Coakley, 

m I4-6-I886 V;esley liarkham of Ashley, Uich, b I4-6-I86-, 
d 10-26-1961, 3u. in North Star Cera. 

2-32- 1 Mable I.larkham b I-II-I888 d 192 

2 l^rtlB b 7-25-IS9I d 

3 Clare b 11-17-1901 d 
h Lucy b 7-20-1905 d 



2-10 JEREr COAKLEY b I869, Son of Hahalia (Abraham, Abraham) IjBli 

Shellenbarger and '.Villiam Coakley 

1 Jessie Ira Coakley b 10-20-1891 d 

Conflicting information: Mrs. Highley (2-32) said Jerry was burn- 
ed In a fire at vrork. He had no children. She said Neal married 
I.-aiy—and has a son living in 'lesa, Ariz, John had a son Art TTho 
died. Daughter Hasel died. John married a girl i,!ar^' and had a 
daughter Hazel T;ho also died. She had a daughter vrho died. Hazel 



18? 



2-10 lived on v/elfare in Ithaca, Mich, She lived Common-law with 
many men. 



2-11 JAI-IE P/niGHT b I87O. Da, of Malinda (Abraham, Abraham) and IBU 

Valliam T.'right, 
m Marion Inman 

2-33-1 Mahalia Inman b I89- d 192 



2-12 DELIA O'DELL b 12-11-1875 Gratiot Co., Mch. d 5-9-I955 185 
cardiac renal disease,- Bu, in Riverside Cem., Elsie, Mich, 
Da, of Sarah Shellenbarger (Abraham, Abraham) and Wilbur O'Dell, 

m William C. Heinze. b II,Y. d I933 in St, Johns, He 
was a farmer. 

1 Delia B. Heinze b 3- 7-l89ii d I955 

bom Elba TvTp,, died St. Johns, Mich. 
m Ralph Burdick of Elsie, liLch, 

2 Bertha Heinze b 185^ d 

m Archie Grippen of Morrice, Mich, 
2-3U- 3 Sarah Heinze b 190 d 193 

h Minna ■ b d 

m George Moore, of Di;5)lain, Michigan. 



2-13 IviART R, O'DELL b 2-22-1879. d 12-214-1959. Da, of Sarah l85 
Shellenbarger (Abraham, Abraham) and Wilbur O'Dell, 
m George Kesling. They lived in Ashley. 



1 


Clarence Kesling 


b 




d 


2 

3 


V/'inona 
Leona 


b 
b 


m 
m 


Charles Probst, 
Morris Howell, 



2-lli HENRT O'DELL b 11-3-1881 Gratiot Co,, Mich. d 5-13-19i;6 l85 
Son of Sarah Shellenbarger ( Abraham, Abraham) and Wilbur 
O'Dell, 

m 5-13-1903 Isobel V/right in St, Johns, Mich, b 1885 

loT/a, d 1927. Da, of Leroy and Nettie (Hill) Wright, 

1 Nettie O'Dell b m Younger. 

2 Pearl O'Dell b m — Ibachoufc 

3 Dorothy O'Dell b 

h Helen Louise O'Dell b i;-l6-l917 in St, Johns, 



188 

2-15 JAI.iES O'DELL b 3-27-1B83 Gratiot Co., I'lch. d 2-?7-l'^2^. 185 
Son 01 Sarah Shellenbarger (Abraham, Abraham) and V.'ilbur 

O'Lell. 

m 9-12-1903 I.feiy Vrelan. b 108? 



1 


Frank O'Dell 


b 


190- 


2 


James 


b 


190- 


3 


Delia 


b 


190- 



2-16 LAURA B. O'DELL b ii-17-l885 In Ashley. Uich. d 1935. Da. 185 
of Sarah Shellenbarger (Abraham, Abrahairi) and Vfilbur C'Dell. 
m 7-3-1899 George F, Hopkins in Bengal, Mich. b 1877 in Ar- 
cada Tivp., Gratiot, Mich. d 1937. Son of Hiram and 
Sarah (Mershnet) Hopkins. An Ashley, ?,'ich. , farmer. 

1 Claud Hopkins. b 190- d 

2 Maiid Hopkins b m ?&inning 

3 Ernest b 190- 
h L.J. Hopkins b 191- 

2-17 HELLIE D. O'DELL b 8-I6-I89O. Da. of Sarah Shellenbarger 185 
(Abrahan, Abraham) and V.'ilbrr O'Dell . 
m(l) l-l 7-1909 Claud Ackles age 19, of Ithaca, at Ashley, 

Mich. b 1890.' d 8-12-1957. Son of Moses and 

Lila . (Helsinger) Aclies. 
m(2) 10-28-1961 Earl Young of Chesaning, liLch, Farmer; 

afflicted vrith cancer in the 1970' s. 

1 Arthur Ackles b 1910 

m Hazel Massey. b 1909. Live in Montrose. 
2-35- 2 Ruby Ackles b 1912 193 

2-18 CHARLES 17. O'DELL b ^26-l692. d 12-7-1958. Son of 18$ 

Sarah Shellenbarger (Abraham, Abraham) and Wilbur O'Eell 
m Connie Clout ier 

1 Wilbur O'Dell b l^'l- 

2-19 LATCfllA MAY O'DELL b >2-l895. d 1971. Da. of Sarah 185 

Shellenbarger (Abrahan, Abraham) and Wilbur O'Dell. 
m(l) Carl Shink. d 2-3-1935. 
m(2) Joseph Savrtell 

1 Charles Shink Lives in Ionia, Mich. 

2 Geraldine Shink m Cooper of ?!uir, :iich. 

3 Elizabeth Shink m Bloamsburg of Ionia. 



189 



2-20 ELIZABETH RACHEL SHELLENBARGER b . 1-12-1879. d 7-3-1966 185 

of cerebral hemorrhage, at Hale, I.'ichigan, Da. of Aaron 
(Abraham, Abraham) and Augusta Shellenbarger. She lived at 
times in Lansing, Detroit, Cadillac and Hale vfhere she spent 
the last years of her life. She was greatly admired, 
m 2-6-1913 Charles F, Taulker. b 2-13-18 7U in Pemberville, 
Ohio. d <^9-19lUi. of stroke in Hale, Michigan, 

2-21 CAPTATO LEE SIIELLEI\IBARGER b 5-25-l880 in Ashley, Michigan. 185 

d 1965 in Lake Odessa, Mich, Son of Aaron (Abraham, Abraham) 
and Avigusta Shellenbarger, 
m Denice (Tombstone reads Anie ) Lake Odessa, 

1 Lulu Belle Shellenbarger b m Keogle 

2 Lillian b 

3 Lloyd b 192- d WfUI 

Leyte Island. 

2-22 i'iARGARET MAY SHELLENBARGER b 2-22-1883 in Ashley. d 1-20- l85 
1950. Da. of -"-aron (Abraham, Abraham) and Augusta Shellenbarger. 
m Ray Llidge. A farmer who cussed a lot. 

1 Augusta Rose Llidge b 

2-23 WILLIAM ROSS SHELLEMBARGER b 3-3-1885 in Ashley, Son of Aaron l85 
and Augusta Shellenbarger, 
m(l) Alice Tichneon 
m(2) Margaret May. b 3-19-1883 

190- d 193 

d 



2-36- 1 


Golda Belle 


b 


2 


Ross Shellenbarger 


b 


3 


Grant 


b 


h 


Doris 

m Holzhesier 


b 


5 


Bemiece 

n Ranger 


b 


6 


Otto 


b 



2-2li EHVBI AARQI SHELLEMBARGER b 2-16-1890 Ashley, d I97I, l85 

Son of Aaron and Augusta Shellenbarger. He ivas short, stocky 
and very neat, 
m Irene 

1 Harvey Shellenbarger b 191- 

2 Stanley b of Phoenix, Ariz. 

3 Henry or Hariy b d 



190 



COHA S;!ELLEr:PARr,ER HBIRY wrotei 



2-26 



191 



lly grandfather, Abe, took up a homestead in Gratiot Cointy, 
coming from Ohio. My father was bom in Ohio. He was six years 
old when they moved to Michigan. Abe gave liO acres to each of the 
boys and 20 acres to each of the girls. Grandfather taught me to 
stop the flow of blood. Grandfather had a temper and would not 
speak for years. Grandfather was tall, six feet; straight as an 
arrow; sharp features , high cheekbones; black hair, dark eyes, 
copper-colored skin; muscles of iron; unconquerable spirit; he 
was straightforward, honest; with Indian cunning and courage. He 
lived Tawas, Michigan. 



"FRENCH " SHEU,EMBARGEn, Aaron's son wrote: 

Grandfather married a squaw; father of Abe, Adam, Aaron, 
Tlick, Mary and Deliao Heard tell of Diy Elliott and Sate Ell- 
iott. 



207 



1/JlRGARET L. RYAN wrote: 



2-28 



191 



I remember your dad ( P. C Elliott) who came to our house 

to see Father. Grandfather moved from Pennsylvania to Henry Co., 

Ohio, His brother, Aaron, moved to Ionia County, >'ichigan. 

One brother went west and we never heard from him. One lived in 
Grayling. V/e are of German descent. 



191 



2-25 JESSE LEROr SHELLENBARGER b i;-27-l89i| Ashley, Michigan 
Son of Aaron (Abraham, Abraham) and Augusta Shell enbarger. 
He lives on Londo Lake, Plainfield Tnp,, Iosco County, Mich- 
igan, 
m Elvira Riley 



185 



2-37- 1 


Buster Shellenbarger 


b 




1917 


d 


2-38- 2 


Roena 


b 


7-15-1919 


d 


2-39- 3 


Richard 


b 


5- 


3-1923 


d 


2-1; C- 1; 


Perry 


b 




192- 


d 


2-ia- 5 


Regina 


b 




192- 


d 


2-l;2- 6 


Arnold R. 


b 




19 


d 


7 


Nelson 


b 






d 


8 


Lavem 


b 






d 



1953 



193 
193 
193 
196 
196 
196 



They are all good musicians ar.d have their ovm orchestra. 



2-26 CORA MAY SHELLEMBARGER b 2-21-1877 Elba Twp,, Gratiot County, 186 
Mich, d I96-. Da. of Henry F. (Abraham, Abr&ham) and Let- 
tie Sharpe, Cora was a teacher, 
m(l) 1896 William Coon, teacher, 
m(2) Henry, of Tacoma, Yfashington, where they lived (I96O) 



1 Heniy Coon 


b 1898-1900 


d 


2 Hulda Coon 


b 


d 


m — Technor 







2-27 HULDA JANE SHELLHIBARGER b 12-25-1879 in Elba Twp., Gratiot I86 
Co,, Mich, Da, of Heniy F, (Abraham, Abrahar?) and Lettie 
Sharpe. 

m(l) Harry J. Leaiy b 18 72, d 1939. 

m(2) Stanley Louis Wozniak. b I892. They lived in Florida 
in i960 



1 Ruth li&ybelle Leary 
m Wm, P, Strong. 
'?-U3- 2 Cora May Leary 
3 Harry J. Leary 



b 5-18-1898 d 

b 5-19-1898 in Pontiac, ItLch, 
b 9- 8-1899 d 196 

b 1-23-1901 d 



m Katherine Corwin 
Toledo, Ohio. 



b 5-17-18 98. They live in 



2-28 HARRIET LUdNDA SHELLENBARGER b I-0-I88I in Ashley, Michigan. 
Da. of Heniy F. (Abraham, Abraham) and Lettie Sharpe. 
m James M, I^an 



186 



1 Margaret L.Ryan .(Peggy) ,b 

2 Paul Ryan b 



190- 



d 
d 



192 



2-28 3 Cora 1^,'an (Cobby) b 

2-29 NEAL COAKLEY b I883. d in a railray accident at Ash- I86 

ley, Mich, Son of Mary Ann Shellenbarger (Abraham, Abrahac) 
and John A, Coakley. 
m Ilary 

1 Floy Coakley b 9-22-1903 Huron Co., L'ich. 

2 Arthur b lives in Mesa, Ariz. (1971) 

3 Clarissa b 



2-30 JOHII A. COAKLEY b 7-2I4-IS87. Son of V.ary Ann Ghellenbarger 186 
(Abraham, Abraham) and John A, Coakley 
m l,Iar;y 

1 Arthur Coakley b 190- 

2 Hazel b 190- 

She lived in Ithaca, :,!ich. A daughter died. 

2-31 ARTHUR COAKLEY b 189)4. Son of l^'a^' Ann Shellenbarger I86 

(Abraham, Abraham) and John A, Coakley 
ra Ethel Johnson of North Shade, Gratiot Co., rdchigan 

1 Audrj' Lome Coakley b 7- 1-1916 d 

2-32 LIABLE MARKHAU b I-II-I888 in Ashley, Mich. Da. of Rachel I86 

E. Coalcley (llahalia Shellenbarger, Abraham, Abraham) and 

Vfesley Harkham, 

in(i) 7-6-1906 Robert Lott. b 6-20-1881;. d I968 in 
Carson City, Mich. Piv. 1935 

m(2) 3-2U-I9UO Charles Highley. b 7-2U-1917. They re- 
side in Lansing, llichiean 

2-iilj- 1 Chester Lott b >lh-1907 d 197 

2-I45- 2 Bemiece b 1- 1-1^10 d 197 

Named Bemice but changed the spelling. 
3 Dale Lott b 6-22-1 9lii d 8-31-1966 

of diabetes and heart trouble in Lansing, ItLch. 

2-33 IilAHALIA UniAN b 189^, Da. of Jane '.Vripht (?'Alinda Shell- I87 
enbarger, Abraham, Abraham) and llarion Inman. 
m John Coakley 



1 Ileal Coakley 


b 


191- 


d 


2 Jerry 


b 




d 


3 Sarah 


b 




d 



193 



2-3U SARAH IffiinZE b I90-. Da, of Delia O'Dell (Sarah Shellen- 18? 
barger, Abraham, Abraham) and William Heinze 
m Thomas F. Ho, Dr. St. Johns, Michigan 

1 Donald Ho b 9-16-192? d ^21-192? 

2-35 RUBY ACKLES b 1912. Da. of Nellie O'Dell (Sarah Shellen- I88 
barger, Abraham, Abraham) and Claud Ackles 
m 1929 Vernon Shook. b 1909. North Star, Michigan 

2-146- 1 Jack Shook b 1930 197 

2-kl- 2 Gary Shook b 1935 197 

2-li8- 3 Kathleen b 19ia 197 

h Boy b 1950 

2-36 GOLDA BELLE SHELLMBARGER b 19~. Da. of Vailiam R, I89 

(Aaron, Abraham, Abraham) and Alice Tichneon. 
m Ralph Bohl 



1 


Patricia Joan Bohl 


b 


has 3 children 


2 


Joan 


b 


l«s 2 children 


3 


Gaiy 


b 





2-37 BUSTER SHELLENBARGER b 1917. d 1953 shot in an accident. 191 
Son of Jesse L. (Aaron, Abraham, Abraham) and Elvira Riley. 

m Mary 

1 Marlene Shellenbarger b I9U8-9 

Has a son and lives in Ohio 

2 Gary b 1952 

3 Bridget b 1951| 

2-38 ROENA SHELLEIIBARGER b 7-15-1919. Da. of Jesse L. (Aaron, I9I 
Abraham, Abraham) and Elvira Filey. She worked for the tele- 
phone Company, but in 1957 wer.t to work for the bank and has 
been there since. Very active, takes care of her lawn, garden 
and helps Jesse. 
m 19l;l TOieatley Gervis Crenshaw. Div. I950 

2-U9- 1 Sharon Dawn Grensharyr b 12-30-19li2 197 

2-50 2 Michael Gervis b ll-22-19l;6 I98 

2-39 RICHARD SHELLH-I BARGER b 5->l923. Son of Jesse L. (Aaron, I9I 
Abraham, Abraham) and Elvira Riley. Retired from General Mo- 
tors Corp., Detroit Michigan. (Con't to p 16 ) 



19ii 

LETTER from JUNE SHELLFl.'BARGER to G.J. P. 1975 (edited) 

As you probably knavt my husband, Richard, was bom at the old 
horestead on Londo lAke, which is in Plainfield Township (Iosco Co., 
Fich.) There v/ere 8 children bom to Eljnira Riley and Jess I,. 
Shellenbarger. I know his sister Rene h^s corresponded with you. 

].!y husband Richard vras bom 5-3-1923. He came to Detroit at 
age 18 to look for vrork and there is where we met. 

I^ full name is !,:ary Lois June but I was always called J'jie. 

In April 19ij3, Richard joined the U, S. Marines to ficht in 
"T: II, He was shipped overseas before our daughter was bom and 
had to be notified in the jungle that his child was bom. She was 
nine months old when he got his first overseas leave, I!e was in 
the Battle of Bougainville and the Southwest Pacific Islands, He 
was not wounded, ^Ve v/ere fortunate. 

When the war was over yie moved from my parents' home and be- 
gan a home of our ovm. Our second child, Richard Allcin (named after 
i:;v husband and ny brother who died) was bom in Providence Hospital, 
Detroit. They were big babies; all vreighed in at 9 lb,; 9 lb, 1 
oz.; and 9 lb. 3 1/2 oz. I v^as told they had the Shellenbarger 
hands and feet (Big l) 

...Richard is a true Shellenbarger, He loves the land and open 
fields, Ke has always grown beautiful vegetables and enjoyed my can- 
ning season so much because, I believe, it reminded him of his moth- 
er and the farm.. 

He is a huge man, very broad shoulders and large hands. Our 
friends used to say he -vvas Paul Eun:mn and Daniel Boone of this era, 
Y.Tien he was young he amazed people with his strength. He was very 
handsome: black curlj"- hair and black eyes, dark bronzed slrin, amd 
flashing white teeth. The Shellenbargers have classic profiles. Be- 
cause of his physique and good looks, people used to turn and stare 
at him. His father, Jess, and Irish mother had a great love of 
iri-usic vfhich they passed on to all their children. Pan jo pla:,'ing, 
guitars, piano and singing were always heard at family gatherings 
(and st ill are , ) 

liy husband v/as a superviser at General Motors uitil his retire- 
ment. He had to take an early retirement because he developed a 
heart condition. Too much pressure and tension from his job. He is 
stiU active (a Shellenbarger never sits idle. Hal) He loves his 
garden and raises chickens. He has hunted and fished all his life 
and still do es that. He likes all the very simple things of life, 
shys av/ay from crowds, when possible. His greatest joy is "going 
home" to Londo Lake, and the old liomestead to visit his parents. Jess 
is now 81 and Elmira is 75. He has many brothers and sisters in that 
area, v;hom he loves. 

He is one of the hardest working men I have ever known. His bro- 
thers and sisters are the sarr,e: industrious, honest, and very proud. 
All his life he has been adndred and respected by other men, T.'hen he 
r'ave his word it v/as "as good as gold" and he kept it. The whole 
famly is of the sare caliber. They have a deep loyalty and respect 



195 



Tor one another, V.'e have raised our children the sanje: "You pay 
your Tray and work hard and are loyal to family and friends " is our 
notto, I guess. 

Both our sons helped pay their way through college, I believe 
thej' appreciate their education more that way, 

T.lien I married into the Shellenbarger family, I had just lost 
iry only brother in an auto accident. I was a "City girl" and \vhen 
mj- husband "took me home" to meet his family, I was thrilled to 
death to become a part of a large family. After thirty-two years, 
I still liave a deep respect and love for all of them. You might be 
interested to Imov; they have a pretty keen sense of wit and a quick 
answer for everjHihing, 

Our daughter, Ilancy, went to business school and was a bookkeep- 
er before and after marriage. She is a good cook and likes to can 
brt has a deep interest in government and politics, and is ready to 
defend the underdog, always. She is tall: 5 ft, 8 in,, slim and 
has ver:^' dark eyes and hair. She is like her dad— loves the outdoors 
and creatiures of every kind. She adopts every wounded cat, dog, bird, 
or wildlife and nurses it back to health. She loves to garden and 
grow things as her dad does. She has a quick temper, trtiich she gets 
from mellA.ll our children love the woods, streams, and wildlife, 

Richard Allan is a giant of a man: 6 ft, 8 in, and has the Shell- 
enbarger looks and traits. He is more like Grandfather Jess than any 
of them. Very serious and slow to anger, olive complexion (tanned 
look, all of them), dark hair. People have stopped him and said, "You 
must be a Shellenbarger." He is big but very gentle, a modest boy, 
never pats himself on the back. 

Our youngest son is 6 ft. 2 in. and has black hair but light 
broTffi eyes. He is the "socialite" of the family. He is active in 
commiinity affairs, likes to be around people, and is always planning 
activities. He m.ust get this from my father and me as we are this way. 
I'y mother was a teacher and a typical one, beautifully gracious but 
reserved. I will say "Hello" to anyone. 

Many people have told us our children are very handsome (natur- 
ally, we wovild think so.) Their actions and deeds are what counts. 
As proud as I am — my old standby is still "Beauty is as beauty does" 
and I feel caring and sharing is more important than money. 

Bless you richly in good health, 

June Shellenbarger and family. 



196 



2-39 m II-28-I9U2 Maiy Ims June Brov/n (June) at Sto. Anne's 

Catholic Church, Detroit, rich. b 6-lli-1923 in Ottowa. She 

is French descent with black hair and eyes. Da. of Joseph 
Anthony and Eraerance (Saure) Brown from the Quebec area. 

2-5l- 1 Nancy Janice Shellenbarger b 3-19-1 oU^ ^^ 

2-52- 2 Richard Allan (Champ) b 10-22-191*6 193 

2-53- 3 Billy Lee b 2-15-1951 196 

2-liO PERRY SHELLHIBARGER b 192-. Son of Jesse L. (Aaron, Abra- I9I 
ham, Abraham) and Elvira RHey. He is an auctioneer and owner 
of a bakery in Hale, liich. A good singer, 
m 6-18-1950 Alice Dooley 



2-5ii- 1 


Elite Shellenbarger 


b 


195- d 


198 


2-55- 2 


Plynn 


b 


d 


199 


2-5^ 3 


Keyno John 


b 


d 


199 


h 


Tyson 


b 


H.S. Class of 1975 




5 


I^le 


b 


H.S. Class of 1987 





He is in First Grade 1975. 

2-Ul REGUIA SHELLENBARGER (TEE) b 192-. Da. of Jesse L. I9I 

(Aaron, Abraham, Abraham) and Elvira Riley. She had a hole- 
in-one and held the Gold Championship in Golf for five years 
in Alpena, 

m 9-IO-I9U9 Charles Atwell. b Canada, In Alpena, Mich., 
he had the first 300 scored in bowling. lie is skilled in 
winter sports, skating, hocky, etc. 

1 Steve AtTrell b 195- 

He is married and lives in Florida. 

2 Shellie Rene Atwell b H.S, Class of 1975 

2-U2 ARITOLD R. SHELLEIJBARGER b 193-. Son of Jesse L. (Aaron, I9I 

Abraham, Abraham) and Elvira Filey. He graduated 1-22-1961 
from Central Llich. Univ. and is Physical Ed, Instructor in 
Harrison, Mich. Has a B.S. Degree in Secondary Education. 
m Betty — 



2-U3 CORA MY LEARY b o-8-l899. Da. of Hulda (Henry F., Abra- 19I 
ham, Abraham) and Harry Leaiy. 

m George M. Gardner. b I4-28-I887. Resides in St. Peters- 
burg, Florida. 

2-57- 1 Grace Eleanor Gardner b 1- >192i* 199 

2-58- 2 Donald Leslie, Dr. b 2- 9-1928 199 



197 

2-iUi CIE3TE]( IXTT b 3-ll4-1907 in Carson City, Mich, rural, 192 

Son of Mable Markham (Rachel Coakley, IJIahalia Shellenbarger, 
Abraham, Abraham) and Robert Lott. 
m Idla Husted 

1 Howard Lott b 

2 Donald Lott b 



2-Ii5 BEFI'IECE lOTT b 1-1-1910 in rural Carson City, ]Iichigan. 192 

m(l) Sherm HOTfland of Lansing, Div, 
m(2) F. I,. Brackett 

2-ii6 JACK SHOOK b 1930. Son of Ruby Ackles (Nellie O'Dell, 193 

Sarah Shellenbarger, Abraham, Abraham) and Vemcn Shook of 
Montrose, Michigan, 
m Rose Phelps 



1 


Danny Shook 


b 


1951 


2 


Linda Shook 


b 


1953 


3 


Julia Ann Shook 


b 


1955 



2-U7 GiS-RY SHOCK b 1935. Son of Ruby Ackles (Nellie O'Dell, 193 

Sarah Shellenbarger, Abraham, Abraham) and Vemon Shook. 
m Betty Fuller 



1 


Gaiy Shook Jr. 


b 


1953 


2 


Sarraicr Shook 


b 


1955 


3 


Timn^j'- Shook 


b 


1958 



2-ii8 KATHI£:"J: SHOCK b 19la. Da. of Ruby Acl-aes (Nellie O'Dell, 193 
;'arah Shellenbarger, Abraham, Abraham) and Vemcn Shook, 
m Harry Harrington 

1 Kim Herringtcn b 1956 

2 Keven Herringtcn b 1959 

2-U9 SHARON DAV.II CHHISHAIY b 12-3C^lQi42. Da. of Roena Shellen- 193 

barger (Jesse L. , Aarcn, Abraliam, Abraham) and Gervls Cren- 
shaw. She is a hair stylist, 

m(l) i960 Lowell Dorsey, Army and State Police. Dvi, 
in(2) Cap't of HLane Refuel ing-in-Air Station, Minneapolis, Ind. 

1 September Renee Dorsey b I96- 

2 Jeffrey Scott Dorsey b 

3 Brandy Michelle b 



196 

2-50 LUCIIAEL GEWIS CRE'SHAVf b ll-?2-19h6 in Hale, ?'ich. Con 193 

of Roena (Jesse L. , Aaron, Abraham, Abrahair.) and Gervia Cren- 
shaw, He earned his M.A, degree at the age of 23 , 
m 6-6-1971 Alice Fabien. b 11-27-19U9. Poth have M.A. 
degrees and both teach in Coldwater, Mich. He is working on 
his doctorate. 



2-51 NANCY JANICE SHELLENBA RCE R b >19-19Ua Detroit, ?iich. Da. of 196 
Richard (Jesse L., Aaron, Abraham, Abrahajn) and June Brorm. 
They live in VIestland, Michigan, 
m 10-1 '^1963 Ronald Andre Letaumeau 

1 Lorrie Nicole Letaumeau b 8-20-1965 d 

2 Amy Elizabeth b 7- 5-1970 d age 3 hrs, 

3 Kelly Elizabeth b 5-29-1972 d 

2-52 RICHARD ALUN SHELLENBA HCER (CHAMP) b 10-22-1 9U6. Son of I96 

Richard (Jesse L., Aaron, Abraham, Abraham) and June Brcwm. He 
is a wildlife biologist. He received in 1971 3. S, degree in 
Game Science, an M.A, degree pending. His specialty is Poultry 
and Yfildlife Science— Biology. 

m 12-28-1968 Kathleen Liable Hunter. b 10-27-19ii7. Da. of 
Philip and Gertrude (Bailey) Hunter. 

1 Heidi Joy Shellenbarger b 1-11-1973 IJason, Mich. 

bom at ll:h3 P.M., 6 lb. 7 oz., 18 l/2 in. tall. 

2 Erin June b 2-2J4-1975 



2-53 BILLY LEE SHELLENBARGER b 2-15-1951. Son of !>Lchard (Jesse 196 

L., Aaron, Abraham, Abraham) and June Brotm. Ife has a B.S. 

degree from Eastern Mch, Univ., with a MJV, degree pending. He 

teaches in IVhitmore Lake High School, 

m 7-31-1971 Shirley Dawn Sutton, in Greenfield Village Chapel, 
Deartom, Mich. b 2-lh-1950, Da. of Gerald and Mary 
Sutton. Trained nurse from Belleville; worked at Byer Hos- 
pital in Ypsilanti , llich, (1971) 

1 Liza Beth Shellenbarger 3- 6-1973 

2 Billy Lee Jr, b 9-2^1971; 

2-5U ELITE SHELLENBARGER b 195- Hale, Jtich. Son of Peny (Jesse I96 
L., Aaron, Abraham, Abraham) and Alice Dooley. 
m 1-9^1973 Nancy Euper near Portage l^ke, Mich, 

1 Heather Shellenbarger b d 



199 



2-55 PLYira SHELLS IBARGER b 195- in Bale, Mchigan. Son of 196 

Perry (Jesse L« , Aaron, Abraliam, Abraham) and Alice Dooley. 
in 2-19-1970 Karol Drunsberg of Hale 



2-56 KEINO JOHM SHEIJJIJBARGER b 195- in Hale, Mich. Son of 196 

Perry (Jesse L., Aaron, Abraham, Abraham) and Alice Dobley. 
Student, He is a Surveyor for the State while working on a 
degree at I.tLchigan State University, "Very smart," says his 
Aunt Bene. 

2-57 GRACE ELEANOR GARDNER b l-3-192ii. Da, of Cora Belle Leary 196 
(Hulda , Henry F,, Abraham, Abraham) and George M, Gardner 
m Gene Mertz, b 3-9-1928 Kenosha, Wisconsin. 

1 Leslie Jean Ifertz b U-26-1953 



2-58 DQ^^ALD LESLIE GAIWIER, DR. b 2-9-1928 in Flint, Michigan, 196 
Son of Cora Belle Leary (Hiolda Shellenbarger, Henry F., Abra- 
ham, Abraham) and George M. Gardner. He practices in St, Lotds , 
Michigan, 
m Marian Miller, b 7-20-192U in Flint, Michigan. 

1 Robert Leslie Gardner b IO-3I-I9U8 

2 lynda Marie b lO-lU-1952 



200 



ADAM SHELLENBARGER 

3 ADAM SHELIET'IBAHGER b 12-12-1R17 in Liberty Tirp, , Henry County, 182 
Ohio, d I8U4 to 1850 in Chio, Son of Abraham a^.d Dorothy 
Doile, He was a farmer but nothing is knovm about him. It can 
be assumed he and his wife died in an epidemic, 
m Sarah Ayers. Sister to Moses Ayers who raised her daughter. 
He was bom in Maryland and she nay also have been bom there. 

3-1- 1 Daniel Shellenbarger b 10- U-I838 d ?-10-1919 200 

3-2- 2 Sarah Shellenbarger b 7-I6-I8U3 d ]*- 5-1919 202 



DANIEL SHELLENBARGER 

3-1 DANIEL SHELLEIIBARGER b IO-U-I838 in Knox Co. , Ohio, d 9-10- 200 
1?19 in Lake Odessa, Ionia Co., I^chigan, of apoplexy. He be- 
came a Christian 2-9-1 919, Son of Adam (Abraham) and Sarah Ayers. 

He Vi/as a Civil War vetercin having served three years and 
ten days in the Union Cavalry. He enlisted in Varsliall, :.'j.ch,, 
where he was listed as a laborer. He was a carpenter and lived 
in several places before settling in Lake Odessa, For the last 
thirty-three years of his life he lived there. His tales of 
Cavalry life so enthralled his nephew, Varo Elliott, that he en- 
listed for seven years in the Cavalry, lying about his age, on 
the way heme from a visit to Dan, 

Dan, like Sarah, was raised by others, possibly relatives: 

In the 1850 U. S. Census , Fianklin Twp,, Fulton Co., Ohio 

Adam Andrew age 3li (b I8I6) Pa. Carpenter 

Sarah Andrew age 2ii (b 1826) Ohio 

Daniel Shellenbarger age 12 (b 183 8) Ohio 

m(l) Rebecca Porter 

m(2) 3-25-1880 Sarah Jane Rush. b I-IO-I86O Odessa Twp., 

Ionia Co., Mich. d 1-27-1931. 3u. in Lake Odessa Cam. 
Da. of Ebenezer Rush (b I8l5 In ::.Y. d IO-I6-I809 in 
Lake Odessa. (Son of Ebenezer and Barbara (Paine) Rush)) 
and Rebecca Didty (b 1-22-1827 in N.Y. d 6-0-IOIO in 
Lake Odessa.) 

31-1- 1 Thomas Albert b lB61i d 193- 201 

2 Nettie May b 10-21-1881 d 12-28-1906 

of cancer age 25/2/7. Ihis date was also given aa 



201 



3-1 2 Nettie May Shellenbarger : b 

10-21-1861. Evidently T-Tong. 

m George V.', Oliver 
31-2- 3 David Otto Shellenbarger 5-19-1885 d 12-25-1961+ 201 

31-3- h Lottie Belle b 6-20-18 90A d 9-29-1951 2C1 

or d 9-29-1957 



31-1 THOMS ALBERT SHELLENBARGER b l86h Crystal, Kontcalm Co., 200 

Michigan, d 193-. Son of Daniel (Adam, Abraham) and Re- 
becca Porter. 

m(l) Vir^nia M. Pierce. b Ionia, Michigan 
ni(2) 5^15-1897 Pearl S. Ackeman in Crawford CoTuity, Mich, 
b 1CV7-1881. d 7-25-1920. Da. of Christophel- A, 
(b Germany) and Lena (Lervis) Ackennan (b Ohio) 



31-2 DAVID OTTO SHELLENBARGER b 5-19-1885 in Lake Odessa, MLch. 201 

d 12-25-1 96U in Hastings, Michigan, Bu, in Lake Odessa Cem. 
Son if Daniel (Adam, Abraham) and Sarah Jane Rush. He was 
short but all his sons were 6 ft. 2 in, or taller, 
m(l) 6-10-1908 Eleanor Maud Charters. b U-I7-I889 in 

Whitmore, Mich. d 1-29-191+8 of organic heart disease, 
in Lake Odessa, Mich. Da. of James Charters (b 6-2U- 
1856 in N,y, d 2-23-1929 Bay City.) and Margaret 
Smith (b 2-10-1863 in Canada. d II-I6-I923 Iosco Co., 
Michigan. ) 
m(2) Elizabeth Daniels 

31-li- 1 Adrian Shellenbarger b 12-21-1909 d 202 

2 Alton b 8- 1-1911 d 8- I1-I9II 

3 Ray b 3- 8-1919 d I-I8-1 9l;5 

died in a Japanese prison camp 
31-5- li Rex b 3- 8-1919 d 202 



31-3 LOTTIE BELLE SHELLENBARGER b 6-20-1890 or I89I, 201 

d 9-29-1951 or 1957. Da. of Daniel (Adam, Abraham) and 
Sarah Jane Rush. 
m 5-7-1910 Lloyd Haney of Lake Odessa, Michigan. 

1 Forest Haney b 10-3 0-1 9II d 

Y/orks at the Gulf Gas Station in Lake Odessa, He 
is medium height, light brown hair, 
m Laura Des granges 



202 



31-ii ADRIAN SIffiLLENBARGER b 12-21-1909. Sen of David 0. 201 

(Daniel, Adam, Abraham) and Eleanor Charters. Ihey live in 
Bonita Springs, Florida, 
m 10-15-1932 Beatrice }.[. Kauffman. b 5-5-1912 

31-6- 1 Jerry A. Shellenbarger b I4- 8-1933 202 



31-5 REX SHELLEMBARGER b 3-8-1919 in Lake Odessa, liLchigan. 201 

Son of David 0. (Daniel, Adam, Abraham) and Eleanor Charters, 
They live in Ft. i.fyers, Florida, 
ra 12-I4-I8U7 Fem Liaxine (Henvfood) Luyster. b 6-3-1919 

in Tooele, Utah, Da. of John Richard and anna Jane (Hiss) 

Henwood. 

Her daughter Judy Luyster married Paul Bames. 



31-6 JERRy A. SHELLEHBARGER b h-8-1933. Son of Adrian (David 202 

0., Daniel, Adam, Abraham) and Beatrice Kauffman. They 
live in Florida, 
m 1950 May Kill 

1 Penny Ann Shellenbarger b 3-26-1951 

2 Kenneth J. b 8- -1953 

3 Dennis D. b 1- 1-1956 



SARAH SHELLENBARGER 

3-2 SARAH SHELI.ENBARGER 200 

Sarah was 5 ft. 3 in. tall , dark complexioned, v;ith 
brown eyes smd dark brown cur]y hair which she wore short. 

She was a good honernaker but preferred outdoor work in her 
garden of flowers, vegetables and fruit. There are several 
stories in the fanily which reinforce her reputation for being 
independent, self-reliant and 'jnitilling to let anyone out-rdt 
her. Her experiences during early years in Gratiot County were 
hair»-raising - wild animals stalldn- her. She walked to Ithaca 
with eggs, vegetables and dairy products to sell or trade and 
often vd-ld animals were near, b\it one tine in particular she 
was later leaving Ithaca than she intended and on the darkening 
trail home could sense and hear an animal stali-ing her, slo\Ting 
when she did, speeding up when she did, etc. She know he was 
close to her by the time she had reached the clearing. She call- 
ed to Spaulding to open the door and when she reached the porch 
made a leap for the doorway. As they slaraned the door shut be- 
hind her a huge body lunged against it. 

Her obituary says she was raised in Gratiot County but no 



203 



3-2 record \ra.s found of her or Moses Ayers in Gratiot County nor of 
Moses in Lenawee Counts'-. Census records support her claim that 
Moses raised her. No record of her marriage was found anyplace 
in Hiichigan or Ohio but Lilliam Elliott said she was married in 
St. Louis, liichigan, 

LOSES AJYAIS b l80li in Marjdand. d 5-19-1^81; in Spring Hill, 
FranU.in T^'rp., Fulton Co., Ohio. He moved from Pennsylvania to 
nCT.'>sh Creek, Lucas County (now Spring Hill, Fulton County) on 
2-26-IP36. It is just over the border a few miles from Morenci, 
lenavree County, liichigan. He was founder of the Disciples of 
Christ Church of Fulton County, organized in liferch iSid. 

1850 U. S, Census,. Franklin Twp. , Fulton Co., Ohio 

Hoses Ayers farmer age 1;6 b Md. 

Elizabeth age U? b Pa. 

David age 22 b Ohio 

Isobel age 18 b Ohio 

Isobel died 8-lii-l863. Bu. in Lenawee County, Mich. 

Sarah Shellenbarger age 6 b Ohio 



i860 U. S, Census, Fairfield Twp., Lenawee County, Michigan 
Hfervin Ayers farmer age 56 b Md, 

Althea Ayers 

David Southworth fanner 

Althea Southworth 
Joseph Southworth 
Sarah Shellenbarger 



age 


m 


b 


N.Y. 


age 


20 


b 


Md. 


age 


18 


b 


N.Y. 


age 


15 


b 


N.Y. 


age 


16 


b 


Ohio 



3-2 SAPAH SHELLEJIBARGER b 7-l6-l81;3 in Ohio. d U-5-1919 of 
cardiac asthma and high blood pressure, in the home of Clint 
Elliott, in Ithaca. Bu. in North Star Cemetery. Da. of 
Adam (Abraham) and Sarah Ayers, sister to Moses. 
m(l) 1863 Paul Spaulding Elliott. b 7-26-1836 in Moren- 
ci, Mchigan, d IO-6-I907 a few hours after piercing 
his stomach with shears to relieve the pressure from 
bloat. He had been in great pain for several weeks and 
was out of his mind. He died at his home in Ithaca, Mich., 
which he sold to his wife shortly before his death for 
^'1400,00. He was buried in North Star Cemetery. 

Son of Adin (Thomas, Joseph) and Phoebe Griffith. 
He v/as descended from Scotch Border Elliots who were early 



200 
202 



72 



2(m 



3-2 settlers in America, 

The pair lived in Gratiot County for about two 
years, then in Morenci until II-II-IP7I, he bcufiht 
from David Mowry 120 acres: E l/2 of N\V lA and HE 
I/I4 of SW lA of Sec. 17, T 10 JI R 2 V/ in North 
Star Twp., Gratiot County, ?ilichir;an, and later sold 
20 acres: S 1/2 of NE l/b of S'.V l/lj of Sec. 1?. 

He ivalked from St. Louis, the railroad center 
for the area, the fifteen miles or so to the farm and 
prepared it for the family's arrival. He broupht 
them by vragon-box sleigh from I5orenci, Their first 
introduction to Gratiot County yias a snow shrouded 
ml de mess vrith snovf so deep it covered the fence posts. 
Gratiot County was opened to settlement as early as 
the 1830's but even in l87li it vras heavily wooded and 
wild animals roamed freely. 
m(2) 191Ct-ll, J.B, McKay. He left sonetirae after !.Jay 1918, 
Sarah chased him out of the :.'ard with the hoe after he 
threatened her vrith the rake. She had picked peas and 
shelled them early and put them to cook on his oil stove 
v;hich stood on the screened porch and went into the gai^ 
den tp pick berries. She returned to see hmv they were 
cooking and found J.B, had thrown the pot into the yard 
"because it boiled over on his stove." She picked up his 
stove and threv? it into the yard and it Tras then he raised 
the rake and tried to hit her. He fled in fear and no 
more was ever heard from him. 

32- 1- 1 Hartford Spaulding Elliott 

32- 2- 2 Darius Calvin b 

32- 3- 3 Althea b 

32- h- h Clinton b 



Ij-l5-lP6li 


d 


12-17-1950 


72 


8-1(^1866 


d 


1- ^-1950 


72 


1-11-1872 


d 


Ii-27-1936 


72 


0-20-1873 


d 


7-II4-I957 


72 



205 



NICHOLAS SHELLENBARGER 

5 IIICHOUS SHELLEtlBARGER (NICK) b 182? in Ohio. d 2-26-189U l82 

of T, B, in Grayling, Michigan, Sen of Abraham and Dorothy Doile. 

In Wauson, Fiolton Co., Ohio, on the Courthouse lami is a sta- 
tue honoring Civil Y!ar soldiers, Dan and Nick are listed under 
the 68th Reg. of Ionia, Ilich, Nick was a scout for the amy. 

He v/as tall and had a huge frame; a frontiersman, guide, hunt- 
er, trapper and vrrestler. In "Old Au Sable" there is a biograph- 
ical sketch of him. Family lore is rich vrith tales of his deeds and 
provresG, He is a hero of Tall Ta].es. He vra,s called "The Spook" and 
some people were afraid of him because he could cast spells on things 
such as spell a gun so it could not shoot, and make bridles fall off 
while driving. Sol, his brother, used to beg him to remove spells. 

In l850 he lived in Defiance, Ohio and in I87O he appeared in 
the U.S. Cens\!S in Elba Tvrp., Gratiot Co., 1/Iich. and in I88G the 
Census listed him ir. Cravrford Co., rich. He vras in Michigan sometime 
before l865 when his sen V/illiam v:as bom. 
m(l) Ann Elizabeth Keezer. b 1832 in I'aine. d 185U-1856, In 

1856 Guardianship papers vrere issued to John and Sarah Keezer, 

her parents, age S'h and 52 respectively, for Erastus Shellen- 

barger age 6, 
m(2) 11-22-1862 Clarissa J. IVest in Defiance, Ohio. b IO-I7-I8I47 

d 9-2-1 ?06 in Crarrford Co., rich. 



;-i- 1 


Erastus 


Shellenbarger 


b 


1-27-1850 




205 


2 


Martha 




b 


185U 






;-2- 3 


Vdlliam 




b 


1865 


in Michigan. 


205 


U 


ITesley. 




b 


I867 






< 


Grant 




b 


5- 9-1869 


in Elba Twp. 




6 


Laura 




b 


7- 3-18 7I; 


m Ablaskj'- 




7 


Lucy 




b 


1875 







5-1 ERASTUS SHELLENBARGCH b 1-27-1850 in Ohio. Son of Nicholas 2Q5 

(Abraham) and Ann Keezer. In "licneer Families of Defiance Co., 
Ohio" there is a biographical sketch of him. In the I88O U.S. 
Census for Gratiot Co., Mich, he was listed with the McLeod far.iily. 
Sometime after that he changed his name to "Charles." 
m(l) 1869 Martha McFadden in Paulding Co., Ohio. b 5-20-1855 

Da. of V.illiam and Martha McFadden. 
m(2) 5-21-1883 Charlotte M. Cody. b 1856. d ii-25-l889 in 

Crawford Co., Mich, 



1 yrilliam TI Shellenbarger b 

2 Christine Shellenbarger b 

3 Nicholas Shellenbarger b 



h- 9-1889 d ii-25-1889 






206 



5-2 WIIIIAH SHELLH^BARGER b 1B6^ in l.tLchigan. Son of llich- 205 

olas (Abraham) and Clarissa V/est, 

m Mary O'DeUs 

1 Lee Willard Shellenbarger b 9^1>1905 d 9^20-1905 



207 



AARON SHELLENBARGER 



AARON SHELLEIIBARGER b 2-13-1835 in Knox Co., Ohio. d 11-ij- 
1909, Bu. in Lake Odessa Cemetery, Lake Odessa, Michigan, Son 
of Abraham and Dorothy Doile, 

Aaron looked like an Indian and was straight and tall yrith a 
dark complexion, dark hair and eyes. One of the first settlers 
of Odessa Twp., Ionia Co., Mch., settling there in 1855. 
m(l) 11-1-1851 Elizabeth Knapp ±n Henry Co., Ohio. 

b Ii-l8-l63ii in Ohio. d Il-l8-l87ii in Lake Odessa. 
m(2) 6-17-1878 Emeretta (Roberts) Muir. b 1850 in Ontario 

Co., N.Y. d 1921 in Lake Odessa. Da. of Curtis and 

Freelove Roberts, She divorced Aaron and narried Henry 

HeiNton in 18 98. 
m(3) 12-11-1898 Julia A, McDiarroid 



182 





1 


John A, Shellenbarger 


b 


9- Ij-1852 


d 


young 




6- 


1- 2 


Dorothy ]lfergaret (Mag) 


b 


9-17-1853 


d 


I&-I6-I927 


207 


6- 


2- 3 


Julius Albert 


b 


8-27-1855 


d 


7-lii-19U0 


208 


0— 


3- n 


Andrew J» 


b 


5-12-1858 


d 


I9I17 


208 


6- 


li- 5 


Augusta Jane 


b 


f>.23-l860 


d 


12- 9-1919 


208 


6- 


5- 6 


Eva Hae 


b 


5-11-1862 


d 




208 


6- 


6- 7 


linus Edv;ard 


b 


10- ii-l666 


d 


10-18-1953 


209 


6- 


7- 8 


Captain D, 


b 


9- 6-1869 


d 




209 


6- 


8- 9 


Franklin L. 


b 


12-28-1871 


d 


19lii 


209 




10 


IVilliam 


b 


10- 2-1873 


d 


stillborn 






11 


Maiy 


b 


11- 7-18 7U 


d 


11- 7-I87U 






. 12 


Eddie 


b 


8-25-1878 


d 


stillborn 






13 


Bii^ 


b 


3- 6-1880 


d 


1951 








m Nora Seiber of 


Hastings, Mich. 










Ih 


Minnie Maud 


b 


6-29-1882 


d 


1961 








ra Babcock. ' 


rhey live in Lansing, 


Mich. 






15 


Bernard 


b 


7-1018 85 


d 


9-lii-l885 






16 


Alice Freelove 


b 


7-22-1890 


d 


2- 6-18 9I1 





6-1 DOROTHY MARGARET SHELLENBARGER (MG) b 9-1 7-1853 . d IO-I6- 207 
1927. Bu. in the Catholic Cemetery in Hastings. Da. of Aaron 
(Abraham) and Elizabeth Knapp. 

m 5-27-1676 Michael Mahar, Irish Catholic of Verm.ontville. 
b 6-28-1852. d 11-9-1926. 

6-9-1 Thomas Mark Mahar b 5-12-1877 d 1- 5-1937 209 

2 Agnes Mahar b 11-11-1882 d 12-11-1919 

Bu. in the private cemetery at Nazareth, Michigan. 
Order of the Sisters of St. Joseph, Her chosen 
name was Athanasius. 

3 John Bernard b 3- 7-18 8U d U-27-188U 
6-10- i| Michael Aaron Iiiahar b 10- 7-I889 d 2-I8-I96O 209 



206 



6-? JULIUS ALBERT SHELLENBARGER b 8-27-1855 at the Eagle Hotel 20? 

in Charlotte, r.lichigan. His parents were moving from Ohio U, 
Michigan, The Eagle Hotel stood on the comer of the intersec- 
tion of M 50 and M 79 opposite the present Coiirthouse. 
d 7-1^4-19^0 in Lake Odessa of coronary hemorrhage. Son of 
Aaron (Abraham) and Elizabeth Knapp. 

m(l) 2-20-1878 Martha Curtis, b 6-18-1858 in Ionia Covnty, 
V/'oodland Twp. d U-23-1907 of pernicious anemia. Da, 
of Aaron and Anna (Meyers) Curtis. 
ra(2) Alice N. (Pendill) Hull. b 5-1-1860 in Barry Co., liich. 





d 5-lU-19i46, 


Bu. 


in 


V.o odlawi Cera , , Ve rmon t v i n e , ^a . of 






James and Ellen 


(- 


-) pendill. 






6-11- 


1 Cyrus Shellenbarger 


b 3- 6-1879 d 




210 


6-12- 


2 Herbert J. 






b 6-20-1881 d 


11- 1-1959 


210 


6-13- 


3 Myra 






b 1015-1883 d 




211 


6-lli- 


h Oscar 






b 6- 8-1085 d 


1- I4-I06I 


211 


6-15- 


5 Mable Eudora 

6 Ruby 






b 8-15-1888 d 
b 11- 6-18 90 d 


2-19-1909 


211 


6-16- 


7 Orville 






b 101 3-18 "U d 




211 


6-17- 


8 Eirifir 






b 12- 0-1895 d 


8-I3-I9U8 


211 



6-3 AIIDHF;: J, SHELLEIIBARGER b 5-12-l858 in Odessa Tvrp. enroute to 20? 

Bonanza, Michigan, d 19U7. Bu. in Lake Odessa Cemetery. Son 
of Aaron (Abraham) and Elizabeth Knapp. 
m Angeline Roberts (Angle) 

6-18- 1 Rosa Adeline Shellenbarger 9-19-1680 d 212 

6-19- 2 Charles Burnett b 2-101885 d li-2h-1913 212 

6-20- 3 Everett Uamer b I889 d 1921 212 

6-21- i) Olive Belle b I898 d 19li5 213 

6-22- 5 Austin Chester b 5- >l899 d 1-114-1962 213 



6-1; AUGUSTA JAI-JE SHELLEIBARGER b o>23-l860. d 12-9-1^9. Ta. 20? 
of Aaron (Abraham) and Elizabeth Knapp. 

m 2-3-1878 Aaron Shellenbarger in Gratiot County, liLchiran. 
b 7-2II-185-. d 1-6-1 f'19 in Hale, lich. Son of Abraham 
(Abraham) and Rachel Metcalf . 



6-5 EVA MAE SHELLEIIHARGER b 5-11-1862. Da. of Aaron (Abraham) 20? 

and Elizabeth Knapp, 

m(l) Aldrich 

m(2) Hall 

m(3) Castile 



209 



6-5 1 Clyde Ha].l b d 

2 Harry Hall b d 

3 Iilyrtle Hall m Alvin Bentley of Ann Arbor, T'lch. 



6-6 LINUS EDIVAPD SHELLHIBARGER b lO-lj-1866 in Ionia Co., Mich, 20? 

d 10-18-1953 in Charlotte, Mich. Bu. in Lake Odessa Cem. Son 
of Aaron (Abraham) and Elizabeth Knapp. 

m 1-25-1895 Ruth E;/water in Lake Odessa, Mich. b ii-6-l879. 
d 7-1-1 96U in Charlotte. Bu. Lake Odessa Cem. 

6-23- 1 North Ray Shellenbarger b li-30-l897 d 213 

2 V/est J. b 8-11-1898 single 

6-2i4- 3 Alice M. b 12-17-1900 d 213 

h Myra Elizabeth b l-3Cv-190ii d 
ra Ray Mince y 



6-7 CAPTAm D. S1F:llE1IPAPGER b 9-6-1869. Son of Aaron (Abraham) 207 
and Elizabeth Knapp. 

Eda G. Pierce, b 5-8-I87O in Rutland Tv^p., Barry Co., 
Mich. d 10-23-195U. Bu. in Rutland Tvw, Cemetery. 



m 



1 Cecile Shellenbarger b I9IO d 

married several tJ.Ties. Resides in California, 



6-R EIWIKLW L, SHEILENRARGER b 12-28-1871. d 19lij. Son of 20? 

Aaron (Abraham) and Elizabeth ICnapp. Frank was crippled, and 
limped. 
m Maiy Kingsley, b Indiana 

1 Aaron Shellenbarger • b d 

2 Mildred Blanch b 7- 5-1910 d 

Resided in Breckenridge, Gratiot Co., Michigan. 



6-9 THOMAS MAPJ( MAHAR b 5-12-1677. d I-5-1937. Son of Dorothy 207 
Shellenbarger (Aaron, Abraham) and Michael Mahar. 
m(l) n-23-19014 Edna Brooke. d 5-15-1922 
in(2) 9-3-1927 Georgia Chapman. d 6- -193ii 
in(3) 10-11-1935 Tfinifred Jfeud 



6-10 ICECHAEL AARO!J MAHAR b 10-7-168 9. d 2-18-1 960. Son of 20? 

i-'orothy Shellenbarger (Aaron, Abrahar.) and Michael Mahar. 



210 



6-10 m(l) ij-9-1913 Norah Eunice Spencer. d 3-28-1932. 
m(2) li-i 9-1033 Nellie T.'oyer. b 2-2-1913 



6-25- 1 


Robert J'ichael :,;ahar 


b 


h- 9-1 'Til 


d 


6-26- 2 


Bernard Leo 


b 


12-19-1918 


d 


6-27- 3 


Martha Agnes 


b 


7-17-1921 


d 


6-28- h 


Thomas Eugene 


b 


h-26-1930 


d 


5 


John 


b 


stiUbom 




6-29- 6 


llagdalen Louise 


b 


1-2U-1935 


d 


6-30 7 


Joseph Jichael 


b 


12- S^19l6 


d 



213 
2U[i 
2l2i 
211i 

2Ui 
2Ub 



Michael Aaron vrorkod as a sale.snan in a Ford Dealership. 
Nellie met him there and through social affairs of the emplojn- 
ees came to knor/ him and his family. After Norah' s death he 
vrent on business to an office and discovered she worked there. 
Over a period of time they savf a lot of each other and finally 
married. Nellie has been emploj^ed at The Citizens' Elevator 
Company since 7-9-1957. 



6-11 CYL-US SIIELLH^^BARGER b 3-6-1879. Son of Julius (Aaron, 206 

Abraham) and llartha Curtis, In 1971 Cyrus wrote that he dr:'ves 
his oT/n car, reads v/ithout glasses, does carpentry, preaches 
in the arr.ory in Tucson, Ariz,, where he resides. After his 
son's death he moved to Detroit, sold his farm and had a reve- 
lation which influenced him to join the Pentacosta church. 
m(l) Josephine Trimmer, b 2-19-1687. d 10- -1953. Da, 

of Frank Trimmer, Her mother died when she was 7 years 

old. She divorced Cyrus and married Leslie GuilDiland. 

They had a daughter Frances, vrtio narried Ray David, 

They had a daughter Betty David. 
m(2) Lizzie (Porter) Apsey. b 7-3-18 7ii. d 6-6-1 9U7 in 

Tucson, Ariz,, v/here they had moved for her health. 3u, 

in Riverside Ceneter:/ in Hastings, Mich. 
n(3) Oma Boone. Died. 
mil) 11-12-1961 Mrs. Errrin. 

6-31- 1 Velma Shellenbarger b 10-23-1906 d 2lJi 

6-32- 2 Gretta b 7-12-1906 d 215 

3 Richard b 9- h-iai d 1923 

His legs v.'ere severed in a mowing machine accident. 

6-33- h Irene M. b lj-1^19l6 d 215 



6-12 HERBERT J. SHFLLEIIEARGFR b 6-29-1381 in Lake Odessa, 206 

d 11-1|-195" in Hastings, rich. Son of Julius (Aaron, Abrahar) 
and I'artha Curtis. 

m li-lIi-1006 I'ary J'cCarty. b f;-ii-lflP8. d 2-li-1973 in 
Hastings, Mich. Da, of loamni and Louisa (Hovens) McCarty 



211 



6-12 1 Pearl Shellenbarger b 2-28-1907 d h- ii-1952 

6-3ii- 2 Albert (Hap) b 10-2C^1908 d 215 



6-13 T.IYRA. SHEU.EI'IMRGER b 10-15-1883. Da, of Julius -(Aaron, 208 

Abraham) and I-iartha Curtis, 

m 2-5-1902 Bert Bell. b 2-8-1879. Son of James and Eliza- 
beth (ward) Bell. 

6-35- 1 Dorothy Evel^m Bell b 11-25-1902 d 2l5 

6-36- 2 Beulah Beryl Bell b 8- 3-1512 d 2l6 



6-II4 06 CAR SHELLEI'IBARGER b 6-8-1885. d I-I1-I96I of pneumonia, 208 
in the Medical Facility in Barry Co., llich. Bu. in Lake 
Odessa, Son of Julius (Aaron, Abraham) and I.Iartha Curtis, 
m 6- -1910 Hazel Hull. b 10-3-1885. d 2-2U-1963 at 
the Bariy County Medical Facility. Da. of Alice (Pendill) 
Htill, second v/ife of Julius Shellenbarger. Hazel's birth- 
r3ate also given as 10-31-1885. 



6-15 LIABLE El^OPA SHELLEI^IEARGER b 8-15-1888. Da, of Julius 208 

(Aaron, Abraham) and Martha Curtis. 
m(l) 6- -IW John Arthur Haney, b I883. 

d 10- -1915. Son of Henry Haney. 
ra(2) 1-31-1917 Frank Roush (Jolly) b II-II-I883. 

d 2-3-1971. 

6-37- -1 Phyllis Irene Roush b 12- 7-1917 d 216 



6-16 ORVILIE SIIF.LIiaiBARGER b IO-I3-I89U. Son of Julius (Aaron, 208 

Abraham) and Martha Curtis, 
m Haskill. Da. of Dennis Haskill 

1 Robert Shellenbarger b d 



6-17 ELMER SHELLEIBARC-ER b 12-8-1895. d 8-13-19li8. He tvas 208 

helping a well-digger. The derrick v;as too high and hit an 
electric povrer line. The Twell-digger and Elmer were electro- 
cuted. Elmer vras a farmer. Son of JiiLius (Aaron, Abraham) 
and Martha Curtis. 
m 1916 Laura A, Black, b I-21-I893 in Scotch Ridge, 



212 



6-D7 



Ohio. Da, of Alonzo and Lucy (Householder) Black, 



6-3 B- 1 
6-39- 2 
&-Uc^ 3 
h 
6-iil- 5 
6-i42- 6 



Martha Louise b 12- 8-1 "1? d 

Lenore Shellenbarger b 2-12-3920 d 

Donald b > 9-1022 d 

Leroy b d 

Jeannette b 5-21-1928 d 

Lucy Joan b 8- it-1932 d 



216 
216 
217 

217 
217 



6-18 ROSA ADELBIE SFPLLHIMPGER b 5^1^^1880 in I^e Odessa, 
I.-ich, Da, of Andrev.' (Aaron, Abraham) and Angie Itoberts, 
in(l) Andrev: Davidson of Sunfield, Llichigan. 
m(2) Colonel McDiarmid 



206 



1 
2 
3 



5 



Davilo ucDiarmid b 

Harold b 

Voight b 

m Marp^aret Green 



Lucretia 

m(l) "ice 

m(2) 
Dale 
Angeline 

m Doddard 

flale 



8 Niles 



m 



l.lari.e Claric 



blind 



b 

b 



b 
b 



d 
d 
d 



6-10 CILfvniJIS BUHIIKTT SHELLKIIBA1«}ER b 2-10-1385. d U-2li-1913. 
Son of Andrew (Aaron, Abraham) and Anpje Roberts 
m Helen Lunday. They resided in Hastings, 

1 Charles Burnett Shellenbarger Jr. 



206 



6-20 EVERETT V/ARMER SIELLEI'IBARGER b l889. d 
Andrew (Aaron, Abrahan) and j'^jigie Roberts. 
3-9-I91I4 Tillie Gchatter, b 18^7. 



1021. Son of 



206 



m 



1 General Shellcnbarcer 

2 Acel SheUenbar^er 

3 Glada Shellenbarger 



213 



6-21 OLIVE BELLE SHELLENBA IKE R b I898, d 19hS, Da.of ' 208 

Andrew (Aaron^ Abraham) and Angle PLoberts. 
m 5-8-1920 Walter Crawford kauiman 

1 Donovon Kaufman b 2-27-192? c^ 



6h-22 AUSTm CHESTER SIIELLENBARGER b 5-3-1899. d U-lil-1962 in 208 

Grand Rapids, Mich, Son of Andrew (Aaron, Abraham) and 
Angle Roberts. 

m liable Y.'ellfare. She vras rajsed from the age of six weeks 
by Thompson Buins, a cousin. Her father deserted the fam- 
ily and the mother could not care for all the children. 

6-i;3- 1 Claud Chester b 10- U-1919 d 21? 

6-hh- 2 IVanda Marilee b 2- 5-1932 d 2l8 



6-23 TIORTH RAY SHELLSTIBARGER b U-301897. Son of linus (Aaron, 209 
Abraham) and Ruth Bjn^fater. 

m 1917 Inez Horn, b 12- -I896, Da. of Elmer and Kit 
(— ) Horn. 

1 yaxine Shellenbarger b d 

ra Birman at lYoodland, Mch, 

2 Robert Shellenbarger b 

3 Richard b 
li Juan Ita b 
5 Catherine b 2-lli-1932 

m — Coleman of felamazoo, Hich. 



6-2)1 ALICE •', SnELLJ7inARGER b 12-17-1900. Da, of LiJius (Aaron, 209 
Abraham) and Ruth By\vater. They live in Charlotte IJich, 
m 6-15-1920 Otto Heff . 

1 Harold Edv.-ard Neff 

2 Carl I, Neff 



6-25 ROBERT I.m;H./s.EL MHAR b ii-9-19li4. In 1975 he lives near 209 
Vermontville, Barry Co., Mich., on iiO acres on v;hich he has 
recently built a new house. Son of Uichael A, (Dorothy Shell- 
enbarger, Aaron, Abraham) and Nora Spencer, 

m YJife died "some time ago." He had five girls, all married 
and two bo;^. Darvrin is married and I.'Iichael is in H.S. 



Zlh 



6-26 BEIil'ARI) LEO imHAR b 12-10-1918. Son of Vlchaol A, (Doi^ 210 

othy Shellenbarcer, Aaron, Abraham) and Nora Spencer. They 
live in Kansas. (1975) 

m He has four girls all married and two boys, llark 

is in the Navy and David is in Grade School. (l'"75) 



6-27 l.IARTI-IA. AGflES MAH/IR b .7-17-1921. Da., of ISLchael (Loror 210 

thy Shellenbarger, Aaron, Abraham) and IJora Spencer. 
m 

She has four boys, three married and one studying opera 

at Western Uich. Univ. at Kalsimazoo, 



6-28 THOmS EUGErE MAHAR b 14-26-193 0. Son of Mchael A. (Doro- 210 
thy Shellenbarger, Aaron, Abraham) and Nora Spencer, They live 
in Lake Leelanau, liLchigein, 

m They have four girls and tv.-o boys. The oldest gtrl has 
studied one year at Davenport UcLaughlin Business School 
and expects to graduate. Tvfo girls graduated from High 
School and one is in the Class of '76, One girl expects 
to matriculate at Marqiette Univ. in the fall of 1975 • 
One boy is in the 7th Grade and one was bom 10-13-I97ij. 



6-29 MAGDALEN LOUISE I'AHAR b 1-2U-1935. Da. of Michael A, 210 

(Dorothy Shellenbarger, Aaron, Abraham) and Nellie I.'. oyer, 
m div. She has three p;irls and a boy and is raising 

them alone in Hastings, Vlchigan. 



6-30 JOSEPH MICHAEL MAHAR b 12-9-1 9U6 in Ve rr.ontville , Michigan. 210 
Son of Michael A. (Dorothy Shellenbarger, Aaron, Abraham) and 

Nellie Moyer. 

He has a B.A. degree from Michigan State University 1"7G. 
He spent t7;o and one-half years in the Peace Corps in Uala.\'sia. 
In 1975 he is working towards a M.A, degree at Mich, State Univ. 
and working for his rrefessors. He hopes to teach or to work 
for the Dept. of N atrial Resources, 



^31 VELMA SHELI^IBARGER b 1C^23-1906. Da. of Cyrus (Julius, 210 

Aaron, Abraham) and Josephine Trijnmer. They live in Lake 
Odessa. ^^ _^. 

m Fred Ray Apsey. b 1907. Son of Cyrus' 2nd, wife. 



215 



6-31 



1 


Margaret Apsey 


b 


2-20-192U 


Lives 


Flint. 


2 


Vivian 


b 


1- 1-1925 


Lives 


Royal Oak 


3 


Frederick 


b 


7-12-1935 


Lives 


Orangeville 


h 


Beatrice 


b 


8-18-1939 






5 


Twins 


b 


stillborn 






6 


Helen 


b 


19U0 


d 


19^43 



6-32 rrrrr;TTA SHELLEIIBARGER b 7-12-1908. Da. of Cyrus (Juliiis, 
Aaron, Abrahan:) and JoseDhine TrDJraner. Gretta lives in 



210 



Diamondale, I.'ichiran, 
m 



6-27-1931 Harold Prather in Lansing, l!ich. b 10-21-1910 
Son of Emory , deceased, and Lola f — ) Prather. Their nick- 
nanes rrere Heck and Pickles but not sure v/hich is which I 
Lola Prather married (2) Ola Lindsey, 

In 1971 Harold retired from the Olds Motor Vforks where 
he had been a Display painter. 



6-li5- 1 June Prather b 1-2^-1932 d 

6-U6- 2 Harold J. Prather b 8-22-1 93U d 

6-14 7- 3 Janet Prather b 1-16-1936 d 



218 
218 
213 



6-33 IPiKffi :... SICLU^'IBAnGER b i;-19-l^l6. 
Aaron, /braham) and Josephine Trimraer. 
lleasantville , Llichigan. 
ra Orville Dabcock 



Pa. of Cyrus (Julius, 
Irene teaches at 



210 



1 Judith Babcock 

2 Bruce Babcock 



b 
b 



6-3I1 ALBERT .^HEnSIBARGER (IIAP) b 10-20-1908. Son of Herbert 211 
(Julius, Aaron, Abraham) and ]:s.ry :,'cCarty, They live at Clark 



Lake, Michigan. 

n 3-21-1931 Dorothy Bever. b 5-13-1908, 

(b 3-18-1883. d 1|_1 7-1955) and Maiy 

d 7-11-1070) (-_) Bever. 



Da. of Clyde 
(b n-19-1886. 



6-li3- 1 


Paul Shellenbarger 


•<Q 


5- 9-1933 


d 


219 


6-U9- 2 


Lee Shellenbarger 


b 


5-28-1938 


d 


219 


6-5r>. 3 


Reinhold Bodenmuller 


b 


5-28-1935 


Foster son 


219 



6-35 DOROTHY nrv,LYl] BELL b 11-25-1902 in Kalamo, Eaton Co., rich. 211 
Da. of Ltyra Shellenbarger (juD.ius, Aaron, Abraham) and Serb 
Bell. 



216 



6-35 m lO-lij-1925 Kenneth Tirroll at Charlotte, Mich. He is 
a farmer in that area. 

6-51- 1 Jack Edward Tirrell b 5-2P-1928 d 219 

6-52- 2 Donald Kenneth b 6-IO-I032 d 220 



6-36 BEUL.'IH BEHYL BELL b 8-3-1912. Da. of Vyra Shellenbarger 211 

(Julius, Aaron, Abraham) and Bert Bell. 
m I-29-I9I4I J, Raynond ;7ilson. Div. in Charlotte, llich. 

1 I^yra Doreen VTilson b U-20-19U2 

m 6-12-1971 PhiDip Sullivan. 
I^ra works in the Jlat'l Bank in Charlotte. 



6-37 PHYLLIS IREME ROUSH b 12-7-1917. Da. of I'Able Shellenbarger 211 
(Julius, Aaron, Abraham) and Frank Roush, Phyllis is a retired 
nurse. 

m(l) 2-m-193h Kenneth Purdun. Div. ':- -19U9 
m(2) 5-29-1958 Holland Leavell 

6-53- 1 Madelyn Marie Purdun b 6- 9-1930 d 2l6 

6-5I1- 2 Roger Charles Purdun b 12-25-19U2 d 220 



6-38 MRTHA LOUISE SHELLETIBARGER b 12-8-1917. Da. of El-ner 212 

(Julius, Aaron, Abraham) and I^ura Blade 

m 1936 Lester Pennington. Son of Floyd and Nellie fHolnes ) 
Pennington. Lester is a factory v.'orker in Grand Rapids. 



1 


Vaughn Pennington 


2 


Ivfertha 


3 


Karen 


i; 


Lonnie Dean 


5 


Joan 


6 


Elaine 


7 


Lynn 



6-39 IGNORE SHELLEIIBARGER b 2-12-1920. Da. of IQjner (Julius, 212 

Aaron, Abraham) and laxira Black. 

m 1-5-1 9U5 Bradley Pierce. b 7-10-1911. Da. of Harr;,' 
and Myrtle (Shepherd) Pierce. Bradley is a press operator 
at Olds Motor Vi'orks. 

1 Nornln Pierce. b 8-13-1 9U7- 



217 



6-3? 1 Tlor.-.an Tierce v.-as a r'sychology major at I.tLchigan 

State Uhivivers ity in 1972. 



6-hO DOIIALD SIELLEUBARGER b 3-9-1 '^22, Son of Elmer (Julius, 212 

Aaron, Abraham) and Laura Black, They live in Lake Odessa, 
Michigan. Donald is a milk haiaer. 

m Dorothy Noll. b 6- -1923, In 1971 Dorothy was suffer- 
ing from cancer. Da. of Homer and Bertha (■ — ) Noll, 

1 Larry Shellenbarger b 2-lh-19U7 

m ItLtty Kelley. Div. No children. 

2 David b 2-12-19il9 

3 Donald b 2- 2-1951 
1; Terry Ann b 3-17-1952 



6-)j1 JEAIIT'IETTE SHELLENBAIJGER b 5-21-1928. Da. of Elmer (Julius, 212 

Aaron, Abraham-) and Laura Black, 
m Y/illiam i.Iouser 

1 ^:^"ilnet T.Iouser b 12-2h-19hQ 

2 William b 9-1O-1950 

3 Richard b 8-31-1952 
It Eric b h- 2-1959 



6-ii2 LUCY JQ/^.N SHELLENBARGER b 8-i;-1932. Da. of Elmer (Julius, 212 
Aaron, Abraham) and Laura Black. 

m 1950 Rev, Leo Rathbim, son of Johji and Rosa ( — ) Rathbim, 
In 1071 he vjas in Muskegon, I.Iich,, but expected to be 
moving. Ne is a minister in the Church of God. 



1 


I'dchael l^thbun 


b 


2 


Janine 


b 


3 


Ilark 


b 



6-ii3 CLAUD' CIL'IRLES SHELLENBARGER b 10-1;-1919. Son of Austin 213 

(Andrew, Aaron, Abraham) and liable V/ellfare. Claud is a far- 
mer at Saranac, Llichigan, and is a maintenance man at the 
State Hospital, 
m 11- -1936 Phyllis Lowery. b 7-8-1918. 

6-55- 1 Gary Dean Shellenbarger 7-1I4-1037 d 220 

2 Linda Key b 8- 5^191^3 d 

m 2-22-1968 Stuart Travis of Lansing, 



218 



6-l3 6-56- 3 Diane Lynn Shellenbarrjer b 9^2f>-19li6 221 



6-I4I1 y:anda mpjlee shelleibarger (mariiee) b 2-5-1932 in 213 

Ionia, Mich, Da. of Austin (Andrew, Aaron, Abrahar.) and 

Miable Vfellfare, Marilee has dark hair and eyes and a dark 

complexion. She is Sft, U in. tall. 

m 1-18-1951 Elden Neale Jackson. b 11-6-1931 in 

Carapbell Twp,, Ionia Co., l.ich. Son of Hcroer Lee and 
Thelma (Jackson) Jackson. (Thelna's maiden name was 
Jackson but they are no relation.) Elden is a farmer 
and tries his hand at portrait painting, 

1 Elden richael Jackson b li-17-1952 in Hastings. 

2 Susan Carol b lO-lU-1953 in Hastings 

3 Shellie Leone b 2- 2-1955 in Ionia 
h Sallie Kay b 9-17-1957 in Ionia 



6-li5 JUIffi PRATHER b 1-29-1932. Da. of Gretta Shellenbarger 215 

(Cyrus, Julius, Aaron, Abraham) and Harold Prather. 
m(l) I9U9 Kenneth V.'inters at Charlotte. Divorced. 
m(2) Charles Hoadley of Potterville. Killed on motorcycle. 
m(3) 1968 Ronald Worth of Potterville. 

1 Linda Y;inters b 5- U-1950 d 

2 Steve vanters b 7-25-1952 d 



6-U6 HAROLD- J. PRATHER b 8-22-1 93U. Son of Gretta Shellenbarger 215 
(Cyrus, Julius, Aaron, Abraham) and Harold Prather. 
n 6-25-1955 Constance Smith. b 10-13-1931. Da. of Gary 
and Evelyn (Thurston) Smith. 

1 Douglas Prather b 12-27-1956 d 

2 Diane Prather b 8-27-1961 d 



6-U7 JANET PRATHER b 1-16-1938 in Diamondale, lich. Da. of 215 

Gretta Shellenbarger (Cyrus , TTulius , Aaron, Abraham) and Harold 
Prather. Janet is 5 ft. 7 in. tall and r/eighs I60 lbs. 
m 7-16-1957 Raymond Murray in Sumter, "•. C. b 5-l'^l''37. 
Son of Claud and Dorothy (Robbins) ?.!urray. Fran 1^56 to 
i960 he was in the Airforce, Airman 1st Class. Now works 
at Diamond Reo Factory. 

1 Rodney Murray b U-2>1959 at Shaw Airforce 



219 



6-Ii7 Base, South Carolina 

2 Robert Hurray b 5-25-1961 in Lansing, Fich. 

3 Deborah Murray b 7-11-1965 iji Lansing, Mich. 



6-UB PAUL sm^IiEKBARGER b 5-9-1933. Son of Albert (Herbert, 215 

Julius, Aaron, Abraham) and Dorothy Bever, 
m(l) Frances Goodemoot. b 11-26-1935. Div. I967 

m(2) 6-8-1969 Lorraine (Hulliberger ) Tasker. b 9-10-1932 

1 Steve Shellenbarger b 1-21-1957 d 

2 Suajia b 5-l>-1959 d 

3 Marie b 12- 9-1961 d 
h Beth b 12-2U-I962 d 



6-U9 LKE SHELLTllIMRGER b 5-28-1938. Son of Albert (Herbert, 21^ 

Julius, Aaron, Abraham) and Dorothy Bever, 
m 6-7-1957 Doris Noiris, b 9-17-1936. 



1 


David Shellenbarger 


b 


8-11-1958 


d 


2 


Kathy 


b 


8- 6-1960 


d 


3 


Allen 


b 


6-ll-196ii 


d 


k 


Keven 


b 


1-19-1968 


d 



I 



6-50 REBIHOLD BODEIHIULLER b 5-28-1935 in Stuttgard, Gemany. An 2l5 
exchange student in 1951-1952, he came back in 1956 and went 
into the army for two years. He is a United States citizen and 
foster-son of Albert Shellenbarger. 
m 3-18-1961 Ray Taylor. b 12-li;-1938 

1 Roben Bodenmuller b 7-10-1958 d 

2 John b 12-11-1962 d 



6-51 JACK EnmRD TIRRELL b 5-22-1928 in Charlotte, lilich. Son of 21.6 
Dorothy Bell (Myra Shellenbarger, Julius, Aaron, Abraham) and 
E. Kenneth Tirrell, He is a farmer as is his brother, 
m 9-10-1950 Marian Ann Gasser in Bellevue, I.lichigan. 

Student at MSU 



1 


Keith Jack Tirrell 


b 


6- 5-1952 


2 


Duane Michael 


b 


11- 6-1953 


3 


Allen lynn 


b 


2-18-1955 


h 


Colleen Ann 


b 


2- 5-1957 



220 



6-52 DOTIAU) m^NETH TIRRKLL b 6-10-1932. Son of Dorothy Bell 2l6 

(IXyra Shell enbarger, Julius, Aaron, Abraham) and E. Kemeth 
Tin-ell. He is a farrer in rural Charlotte. 
Ki 11-7-195U Donna Jeanne Lovell of Veraontvllle, at Char- 
lotte, Mich, 



1 Vickie Jean Tirrell b 8-23-lo55 

2 i.Tilliam Tirrell b 6-16-1957 

3 Thomas I^/nn b 6- 3-1960 



6-53 I.IADELYII I.iARIE PURDUTI b 6-9-1938. Da. of Phyllis Roush 2l6 

(Liable Shellenbarger , Julius, Aaron, Abraham) and Kenneth 
Purdun. 
m 6-18-1951^ George Lux at .Alto, Uich. Div. ij-l8-1975 



1 


Pamela Ann Lux 


b 


3-28-1955 




in 3-31-1973 


James 


Featherly 


2 


Steven Edward Lux 


b 


6-26^1956 


3 


Patricia I&irie 


b 


2- 2-1958 


h 


Gary Lee 


b 


lO- 8-1959 


5 


Denise M. 


b 


5-lii-1967 



6-51; ROGER CHARLES FURDUU b 12-25-19U2. Son of Phyllis Roush 2l6 

(Mable Shellenbarger, Juliiis, Aaron, Abraham) and Kenneth 
Purdun. 
m U-li-1965 LteLiy Norton 

1 Rod Allen Purdm b 11-27-1965 

2 Ron Erie Purdun b 3-20-1970 



6-55 GARY DEAIl SHELLENBARGER b 7-lU-1^37. Son of aaud (Austlji, 217 
Andrew, Aaron, Abraham) and Phyllis Lovreiy. Gary is a famer 
in Eaton County, Michigan, 
m 12-1-1963 Gloria Jean Stovlc in San Bernardino, Calif. 

b 6-25-19la. Da. of Clare H. and Ell jean L'. (Lerris) 

Stovic. 

1 Tedd Clare Shellenbarger b 7-31-1963 Adopted 

2 Robin b 1965 stillborn 

3 Tiacy Da^m b o- 3-1966 in San Ber- 

nard ino, California 



221 



6-'^6 DIAIIE LYI'III SHELLTmIBARGER b Q-20-19ij6. Da. of Claud 218 

(Aiistin, Andrew, Aaron, Abraham) and Phyllis Lowery. 
m IO-I4-106I1 Douglas Hamp, b l-2l;-19i4i;. Son of Roger 
and Beniiece (Allen) Hamp. 

1 Dee Ann Hamp b 3-27-1966 in Alma, Mich. 

2 Darv;in Vfilliam b 5-214-196? in Alma, Mich. 



222 



MARY SHELLENBARGER 



7 I1AF7Z SIFlLmiBARGER 
m V/illiam Porter 



b 1837. Ua. of Abraham and Dorothy Doile. 182 



1 Charles porter Lived in Gla^Tin, ?'lrh. 

2 Thomas Porter Lived in Madison, Kansas 

3 Harvey Lived in St, Helena 

h Jolin He took the name of Dickson 
and follov/ed Hick to Grayling, ?.!ichican. 

5 Cora Porter 

6 Ozins Lived in 'uauson, Ohio 
7-1- 7 Herman Porter 



222 



7-1 HEPI'AM PORTER Son of Mary Shellenbarger (Abrahan) and v;illiam 
Porter, He lived in ?,!orenci, J.'ichigan. 

m 



222 



1 Clive Porter 

2 Ernie Porter 



There is a Delia porter Trtio married Frank ICLing and a Bert Viers 
but where they fit into the family is unkno;-.?! to mc. 



223 



WELLS 



1 HIGH IVELI-S b Essex, England. d iShS, Probably came to 

America as a ship's carpenter. He was in (Hobe in 1635} in 
Hart in I636, He lived in Heathersfield, Massachvisetts . 
m Frances ( — ) 

2 Thomas Wells b l620 d 223 

2 THOMS \VELIS b 1620. d in Hatfield, Mass. He left a good 223 

estate and home in England, 
m 1651, Maiy Beardsley of Holt, Mass. 

3 Ebenezer Wells b 7-20-1669 d 223 

3 EBENEZER WELI2 b 7-20-1669 in Qreen River, Mass. d in Hat- 223 

field, itess. In I688, he had a land grant of 20 acres on 
Green River, on condition he live there three years and was 21 
years of age. After honoring his claim he returned to Hatfield. 

m(l) 12- i;-l690, Mary Wait. Da. of Benj. Wait of Hatfield. 

m(2) 8-17-1705, Sarah (Smith) Lawrence, relic of John I^wrence. 
Da. of Samuel Smith. 

Ebenezer Wells b 9-I3-I69I d 6-12-1758 

m 5- 6-1720, Abigail Mamard. He left a good silver 

tankard in his will. 

Thomas Wells b 9-25-1693 d 

Joshua Wells b 8-31-I695 d 

Martha Wells b 9-I8-I697 d 

m 2- ii-1720, Edward Allen 

John Wells b 6- 9-I7OO d 

h Jonathan Wells b 9-26-1702 d 2- 7-1797 223 

Mary Vfells b 10-2ii-1707 d 

m Aaron Graves 

h JONATHAN VffiLIS b 9-26-1702. d 2- 7-1797 in Greenfield, Mass. 223 
Jonathan settled in Roadtorm in 175U and also lived in Great 
River, 



m 



Abigail Dickinson. d IBOO age 92. Da. of John Dickinson. 

Three da, -vjho died of black cancer in Green R. 
Jonathan Wells 

Asenath Wells bp 6-16-1752 d 

?&irtha Wells bp 6- 7-1752 d 

Hepsibah Wells b d 

m lO-lii-1773, Daniel Fisk 



22h 



h Abigail Ttells b d 

m 11-12-1771, Enoch Bardwell of Shell. )to3S. 
Rebecca Wells b 1738 d $-20-1812 

Joseph Wells b I7I42 d 

5 John Wells bp h-25-1756 d 22U 

5 JOHN WELLS bp i;-2$-1756 in Greenfield, Mass. Son of Jonathan 22U 
(Ebenezer, Thomas, High) and Abigail Dickinson. 

John Yras a patriot in the Revolutionary War and in his 
youth was called "Bottle John" because he had surrounded Bri- 
tish soldiers and kept them immobile until patriots arrived, 

m(l) 3-18-1781, Desire Elliot. Da. of Joseph and Desire h3 

Burrows. Banns posted 3- 3-1781. Divorced. 
in(2) Margaret Griffin 
m(3) Bumham 

Records -were confused and contradictory. Some records show 
an entirely different list of children, said to be his. 

Although it is usiially accepted John of Greenfield was the 
John who married Desiire, cind enlisted as a corooral under Cap't 
Agrippa Wells and was on the Roll of Honor in Col. Asa Whit- 
comb's Army, etc., it may be he was confused with: 

JOra T/ELLS, CORP. b 175li in Greenfield, Mass. d l8l3 in 
Rowe, Mss. S on of Lt. Samuel Wells and Jtergaret McCrellis. 

Corp. John Wells served under Cap't Agrippa Wells in several 
periods of service. He was on the Roll of Honor in Col. Asa 
T/hitcomb's Army. Roll of Cap't ?,!oses Anns, Mustered out 11-17- 
1787. Reg. of Col. Joseph Stebbins by Command of Col, Hugh 
McClellan, In I78U and 1785, he was Selectman. 

m 1778, Mary Wells. b 17$U. d 1797. Da. of D«vid Wells 
(Lt.-Col.) and Margaret Tainter (d I8l5) 

Noah Wells b 1787 d 1857 

m 1811, Sarah Reed. d I8U;. 



225 



PAGE -BRISTOL 

1 SAMUEL PAGE m Mlndwell (~) 

2 TIMOTHY PAGE b 1700 d 1759 

m Thankful Doolittle b 1700, Da. of Theophllus and 
Thankful (Hall) Doolittle. 

3 TmOTHY PAGE b 1728 in Wallingf ord. Conn. 

m Joanna Mervidn. b 1732 in Wallingford, Conn, Da. of 
Daniel and Elizabeth ( — ) Merwin. 

h Jared Page b 1-19-1756 d 10-23-1815 225 

h JARED PAGE b 1-19-1756 in Wallingford, Conn. d 10-23-l8l5 225 

in Chenango Co,, N.Y, 

m 11-26-1778 in Wallingford, Conn., Lydia Bristol. 226 

b 9-15-1757 in TrVallingford, Conn, Da, of Amos and Joanna 
(Paricer) Bristol. 

Sherman Page b 5- 9-1779 Cheshire, Conn. 

Settled in Unadilla, N.Y. He was county judge, member of 

Congress 1833-1837. 

m Karin Crocker. d 1853 
h- 1 Esther Lusina Page b 12-lii-1780 Cheshire, Conn. 225 

k- 2 Jared Page b 10-29-1782 d 8-31-1870 226 

Luman Page b 9^ l;-1781i d 

Nancy Page b 9-18-1786 d 

m Ariel Thayer. Resided in Cooperstown, N.Y, Son: Ted, 
Rufus Page b 3- 8-1789 d 

m Nancy Eggleston. Resided in Broome Co., N.Y. 
h- 3 Ransom Page b 3- 8-I789 d 226 

William A. Page b d 

Henry Page b Resided Turin, Lewis Co.: . . . 

Marcus Page b Resided Broijjne Co., N.Y. . 

Julius Page b d I8U0 liJ. 

m birt had no children. Resided Broome Co., N.Y. 

i;-l ESTHER LUSDIA PAGE (BETSEY) b 12-lii-1780 Cheshire, Conn. 225 

d in Vifest Almond, New York. 

m 1796-8 in Chenango Co., N.Y,, Ittai Elliot I36 



226 



1-2 JAKED PAGE b 10-29-1782 in Cheshire, Conn. d 5-31-1870 225 

in Greene, N.Y. Son of Jared and I^rdia (Bristol) Page. 

m Maiy (~) d 3- 7-1875 in Greene, New York. 

Julia Ann Page b 1855 d 7- 1-1872 

1-3 RAI»JSOI.I PAGE b 3- 8-I789 in Cheshire, Conn. 225 

m Eliza Elliott in Chenango Co., New York. 
h3- 1 Ransom Page b 1823 d 190ii 226 

Ii3-1 RAIJSG?;! PAGE b 1823. d 1901. Son of Ransom (Jared, San- 225 
uel) and lydia Bristol. 

m Diademia ( — ). b 1826, 

Adaline Page b 181 9 d 

Eugene A, Page b 1852 d 



1 HENRY BRISTOL m lydia Brcrm 

2 HENRY BRISTOL b l683 d 1750 

m Desire Smith. d I7U0, Da. of John and Grace ("Inston) 
Smith. 

3 Amos Bristol b 1713 d 1790 226 

3 ALIOS BRISTOL b 1713 in New Haven, Conn, d 1790 in Cheshire. 226 

m Joannah Parker b 1723 in ■.'.ailincford, Conn. d 1776 in 
Cheshire, Conn. Da. of Eliphalet Parker (1687-1758. .-^on of 
John and Hannah (Bassett) Paricer) and Hannah Beach (16?U-17L^ - 
Da. of John and !.5ary (Royce) Beach) 

3- 1 I^dia Bristol b 9-15-1757 d 227 



227 



3-1 LYDIA BRISTOL b 9-l?-17?7 in Wallingford, Conn. Da. of 226 

Amos (Henry) and Joannah Parker. 

m 11-26-1778 in Tiallingford, Conn,, Jared Page 225 

b 1-19-1756 in V;allingford, Conn. d 10-23-l8l5 in Chen- 
ango County, Nevif York. 



RHODES 



228 



ZACHARIAH RHODES b I603. 
I6ii6, Joanna Arnold. 



m 



2- 



d 1665 in Rhode Island, 
b 2-27-I617. d 1692. 



Jeremiah Rhodes b 6-2h-l6Ii7 d 

Llalachi Rhodes of V/arwick b d 

m 5- 8-1699, Dorothy Vftiipple 

Zachariah Rhodes b d 

Elizabeth Rhodes b d 

Maiy Rhodes b d 

Rebecca PJiodes b d 

John Rhodes b 1658 d 

Peleg Rhodes b d 



8-U-1716 
7-11-1819 



228 



JOHN RHODES b l658. d 8-11-1716. 

m(l) 2-12-1685. Vi'aite iVaterrran. b 1668, 

ni(2) Sarah (— ) b 1653. d 3-3C^1730. 



d 1711. 



228 



Zachariah Rhodes 


b 


11- 5-1687 


d 


Mercy PJiodes 


b 


11-20-1691 


d 


John Rhodes 


b 


11-20-1691 


d 


Joseph Rhodes 


b 


9-25-1693 


d 


William Rhodes 


b 


7-II4-I695 


d 


Phoebe Rhodes 


b 


11-30-1696 


d 


Rosalind Rhodes 


b 


5-22-1702 


d 


Waite Rhodes 


b 


12-16-1703 


d 


m ii-25-1732. 


Moses Lippert. 







228 



John Rhodes iras admitted as Freeman in 168I, In 1688, he was 
elected general attorney for the Colony of Rhode Island, He rras 
Deputy from V-'arvdck to the General Assembly in 1702, 1703 and I70L. 



JOHN RHODES b 11-20-1691 in V.'arwick, Rhode Island. 

John (Zachariah) and IVaite V.'aterman. 
m l-29^17lii, Catherine Holden. d 7-25-1731. 



Vlaite Rhodes 
John Rhodes 
Catherine Rhodes 
Charles Rhodes 
Mercy Rhodes 
Anthony Rhodes 
Joseph Rhodes 



b 
b 
b 
b 
b 
b 
b 



12-2^1711 
5- 5-1716 
8- 1-1717 
9-29-171^ 
2-20-1720 
5-29-1722 
8-22-1723 



d 
d 
d 
d 
d 
d 
d 



Son of 



m 2- U-17ii7 by John ?,'alton (J. P.), Ann Weaver. 
Joseph served in Cap' t Hopkins' Co,, in 17li0. 



228 



229 



2- -1723 



229 



Zachariah Rhodes b 9- 8-172? d 

Holden Rhodes b 5-20-172? d 

Deliverence Rhodes b d 

m 6-2ii-17iUj., Edgar Tfliipple. 

CIIAPiES RHODES b 9-29-1719 in '.Tarwick, Rhode Island. Son of 228 

John (John, Zachariah) and Catherine Holden. 

m 1-31-1738 by Ed, Manassah llartin, Deborah Greene. 

Waite Rhodes b 8-25-17i;0 d 

Peter Rhodes b 2-2U-17lil d 

Charles Rhodes b 10-23-17li3 d U-12-17Ui 

5 Charles Rhodes b 6-29-17ii5 d 229 

Holden Rhodes b 9-22-l?50 d 



Charles was admitted as Freenian in 17iiO. "Cap't" Charles vras J 

a seafaring man but leter quit and ovmed property in PaTrtuxet. 
He kept his interest in the sea by awning several ships and keep- 
ing a hand in shipping. He owned two slaves but gave them their 
freedom. He was a signer of the Petition for Incorporation of 
the University of Brown known as Rhode Island College. He be- 
came a preacher. 

5 CIIA.'tLES RHODES b 6-29-17li5 in Fa^vtucket, Rhode Island. Son 229 

of Charles (John, John, Zachariah) and Deborah Greene. 



m 



Frances Rhodes b 3- i4-176ii d ?- 6-I839 I9 

It is not positive that this is the ancestry of Frances who 
married Adin Elliot but her father was Charles of Pawtucket, 
This was the only family found whose dates and residence made it 
appear a possible connection. 



230 



CAROTHERS 

1 FRANK CAROTHERS b 1862. d 19i49 in ItLchigan. 85 
m Eva L. Below b I871 in Ohio. d Lansing, tflLchigan. 

2 Jesse Lloyd Carothers b 3-3O-I89I; d 7-17-19^3 230 
Howard Carothers Single. Resided in Peckery, CMo 

3 Hazel Thelma Carothers b 2-27-1911 "d 6-II-I97I 230 

2 JESSE LLOm CAROTHERS b 3-30-189U. d 7-17-19^3. 230 

m Grace Elizabeth Tebo d 1958. 

Orly Warren Carothers b d 

Ifergery Louise Carothers b d 

Lora Jo Ann Carothers b d 



3 HAZEL THED.IA CAROTHERS b 2-27-1911 in Lansing, Ltichigan. 230 

d 6-11-1971 of heart attack on way home from the doctors ' . 

m 5- 9^1931, Clinton Alonzo Kimnel. b 7-30-1899 in Ashley, 85 

Michigan. Factory worker and farmer. 



231 



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Adin Elliot 

Adin Urial Elliot 

Annis Elliot 

Charles Rhodes Elliot 

Cyr\is Elliot 

Edwin Alexander Elliot 

Joab Elliot 

John Elliot 

Joseph Elliot 

Joseph Elliot 

Porter A. Elliot 

Oliver Rennet 

ViTiiting Cornish 



520 A 


10- U-1838 


ii523 


9- 7-lS>C2 


14521I 


li-2ij-19l5 


523 A 


8- ^1855 


6082 


h- o-l"l8 


6932-18-6 


3-13-1 sa8 


2599 


U- 6-1855 


769 


5- -1890 


Liber A, p 8 


2-2ii-ie00 


7-332-1^7 


2- 8-1878 


6316 


U-22-1906 


2687 




W lii5 


2- 2-lP3ij 



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INDEX 



ABBOTT, Lavinia (Stuck) 




17U 


ANDK'SCW, Carl G, 




li2 


Nancy 




17h 


Charles 




17h 


V/illiam 




17U 


Clyde 




175 


ABLASKY 




205 


Cora 




175 


ABOrai, John Anthony 




159 


Dale Hugh 


38, 


Ll 


Samuel 




159 


Donald Inrin 




38 


ACKER, Charles 




88 


Elizabeth 




17li 


DsTward Duane 




88 


Firth 




175 


Eva (Vfood) 




88 


Frederick A, 




17li 


Janet Louise 


88, 


97 


Florence 




17ii 


Jimmy Duane 




88 


George 




175 


ACKI':RI-IAN, Christopher A, 




201 


Gloria Jean 


38, 


li2 


Lena (Leivis) 




201 


Gustie (—) 




17U 


Pearl S. 




201 


Hulda 




39 


ACKLES, Arthur 




188 


Isaac 




lli5a 


Claud 




188 


John 




171: 


Lila (Helsinger) 




188 


John C, 




17li 


Moses 




188 


Ullian 




175 


Ruby 


188, 


193 


Linda ?,iae 


38, 


hi 


ADAIE, Area (Brown) 




lii8 


Margaret Elizabeth 




lJi5a 


Eliza Maria 




lii8 


fXargaret E. (IteCauley) 




lli5a 


John 




1^8 


Mdnta 




17U 


AGNEVf, Betty Iterie 




50 


Neva 




175 


Br\'an 




50 


Rachel 




50 


Fern Darlene 




50 


Rebecca Sue 




U2 


Opal (Nevins) 




50 


Richard 


38, 


li2 


ALDRICH, 




208 


Richie Curtis 




12 


Evelyn 




117 


Sarah 


17U, 


175 


Gladys 




117 


Sharm 




12 


Helen 




117 


Valda 




175 


Ralph 




117 


Victor 




175 


ALLEN, Aldyth 




178 


Webster S. 




17ii 


Bemiece 




221 


William 




17li 


Carl 




176 


William lAVem 


17li, 


175 


Charles Henry 


175, 


176 


ANDRE\Y, Adam 




200 


Charles Henry 




62 


Sarah 




200 


Duane 


176, 


178 


ANDHir.'^S, Alta 




166 


Edvrard 




223 


Dorothy Carol 




lii7 


Eston 


62, 


176 


ANDRUS, Edward Delevan 




166 


Harry 


176, 


177 


ANTHONY, Karen Lynn 




liO 


Harry Griffith 


176, 


177 


Richard 




39 


Leslie Cyrus 




176 


Ricky 




39 


Marvel 




178 


APPLEGATE, Ernest E. 




95 


Ray 




176 


Ixjrene 




95 


ANDERSON, Albert C, 




17U 


'^arjorie Z. (Cowen) 




95 


7 

Amanda ( — ) 




17U 


APPLEMAN, 




163 


Bert 


17U, 


175 


APSEY, Beatrice 




215 


Billie 




I42 


Frederick 




215 



li 



APSEY, Fred Ray 




?1h 


Helen 




215 


Lizzie (Porter) 




210 


Margaret 




215 


Vivian 




215 


ASH, Benjamin 




2h 


Benjamin Franklin 




13 


Elizabeth 




11; 


George 


12, 


13 


Hannah (Clifford) 




Ih 


Harriet 


13, 


Hi 


James 




Hi 


James Palmer 


13, 


Ih 


Mary 


13, 


lU 


J.&ry (Stanton) 


12, 


13 


I.Tichael 




12 


Selina 




13 


Thomas 


12, 


13 


AT/ffiLL, Charles 




176 


Col. 




161 


Shellie Rene 




196 


Steve 




196 


AURI-IER, Elsie Wae 




Ihl 


AUSTDI, Lillian Lonnella 




31 


AVERY, Abigail 




9 


Abigail 


15, 


159 


Abigail (Cheesebrough) 




9 


John 




9 


Samuel 




7 


AYERS, Althea 




203 


David 




203 


Elizabeth (— ) 




203 


Isobel 




203 


Marvin 




203 


Moses 


200, 


203 


Moses 


52, 


72 


Sarah 


72, 


200 


RABCOCK, 




207 


A. B. 




I5!i 


Alice ISae 


28, 


31 


Amelia 




13 


Bruce 




215 


Buel 


28, 


132 


Carrie Belle 




28 


Floyd Wiley 




28 


Gratia Regina 


28, 


31 


John D, 




13 


Judith 




215 


Orville 




215 


Susannah 




9 



BATTEY, 


151 


Bertha 


235 


Carl M. 


77 


Cora (Woodmansee) 


77 


Deborah Ann 


87 


Delbert Carl 


77, 87 


Florence Irene 


77, 87 


Gertrude 


198 


Leroy 


77 


Nancy Ellen 


87 


Rebecca I;ynn 


87 


Thomas John 


87 


Virgil Melvin 


77, 87 


Virgil William 


87 


IVarren Carl 


87 


Wesley Delbert 


87 


BAKER, Alice 


36 


Buel Wesley 


31, 36 


Frank 


lli3 


jEimes 


10 


Jane 


36 


John 


66 


Raymond E, 


31 


Violet (Cole) 


66 


Warren 


66 


BALEY, Emma Ilene 


63 


George W, 


63 


John C, 


63 


Mary 


165 


}/ATy C, (Pontius) 


63 


BANCROFT, Arthur Joe 


9h 


Ida Marian 


95 


Jerry Marvin 


9h 


Joseph Lavem 


9k 


Timothy James 


9S 


Virginia Alice 


9h 


BANGHART, Thomas 


2h9 


BARRER, Moses 


8 


Ruth 


8 


Susannah (V/iatt) 


8 


BARDO, Clara May 


31 


BARDVJELL, Enoch 


22U 


BARMORE, Sarah 


lh9 


BARNARD, Edmund 


10 


BARlffiS, Cora Elizabeth 


166 


Do\iglas 


166 


Eff ie Mae 


166, 167 


Eff ie me 


7U 


Eliza Ann 


166 


Elizabeth 


165, 166 


Elizabeth (— ) 


165 



iii 



BARNES, Ernest 


166 


Ethel Jfaud 


166 


Frank Augustus 


166 


James 


165, 166 


James Earl 


166 


John 


165 


Lucy Ella 


166 


Margaret 


39 


Maria 


166 


I.Iaiy 


165 


Ifery Ann 


166 


Mary (Palmer) 


165 


Mason Lynn 


167 


Paul 


202 


Samuel 


166 


S ophronia 


166 


Susannah 


166 


Thomas 


165 


Thomas S, 


166 


Tf-i 1 1 iam 


165 


William John 


l6h, 166 


Y/illiam John 


7U, 155 


T/Uilliam Oscar 


166 


William Ray 


167 


Zora Ellen 


167 


BARR, Lulu 


33 


BARRETT, Donald Elwood 


72 


Duane Alvord 


72 


Edith Leota (Jenkins ) 


72 


BARTON, Ida 


109 


John 


109 


Mary (Dodd) 


109 


PAS SETT, Hannah 


226 


BATES, Susannah 


166 


BAYS , Charles 


172 


Linda 


172 


Terese Ann 


172 


BEACH, Hannah 


226 


John 


226 


Mary (Royce) 


226 


BEAJ.TISH, Anna Belle 


151 


Barbara 


153 


Bertha (~) 


153 


Bet tie 


151 


Carol Ann 


152 


Charles Morris 


150, 152 


Cheryl Loretta 


152 


Clio (~) 


151 


Dale 


151* 


Davie A 
Deloris 


151 


I51i 



BEAWLSH, Edith f— ) 




I'^l 


Edna J.!arie 




1^1 


Fxhrln 


150, 


l^U 


Erin lachelle 




91 


Eva Belle 


151, 


153 


Flora Annabelle 




in 


Garold Thomas 


152, 


153 


George Moulton 


151. 


152 


George PjBX 


82, 


150 


George Rex 


151. 


156 


Grace Loretta 




150 


Grace torian 




150 


Guy Lewis 




150 


Guy Winf red 




150 


Harold Bnice 




150 


Harold Roy 




152 


Harry 




151. 


Harry Glenn 




150 


Henry 




150 


Henry Herman 




151 


Joseph Henry 




150 


Julia Nettie 




151 


Iterie 




153 


I'sx fiorman 


150, 


152 


Nettie Jean liae 


150, 


152 


Nora Grace 




151 


Norman Edrrin 


150, 


151 


Norman Thomas 


150, 


152 


Ray Iteuc 




150 


Roy 




15U 


Ruth (— ) 




153 


Scott 




I51i 


Susan 




I5li 


Thomas Dylan 




91 


Thomas Elliott 


153', 


1:7 


Thooas Elliott 


82, 


91 


Thomas Walden 


151, 


153 


Thomas Vfalden 




82 


Vera (— ) 




I51i 


Viola (V/arren) 




151 


Vivian 


150, 


1*^2 


Warren '.Villian 




in 


Wilbur 




152 


William Pratt 


150, 


151 


BEARDS I£T, Llary 




223 


BECKER^ A, . B. 




97 


Mary 




97 


BEDSOLE, Catherine P. 


(Graca ) 


70 


Thomas 




70 


Travis A, 




70 


REDECKE, Frances 




90 



iv 



BEEBE, James 




9 


BENTLEY, Martha E. 


13 


Mary- 




9 


!fery 


6 


Mary ( — ) 




9 


Mary (Carter) 


11 


BEERS, Loma (— ) 




lU5b 


Mary J, 


11; 


Nina Cecile 




lii^ 


Nettie 


133 


Mary (— ) 




lii5b 


Reverend Edwin 


13 


BEGOLE, Chandler 




89 


Robert 6, 


11 


Josiah 




89 


Russell 12, 


13 


BEIDEN, Annis G, 




122 


Ruthana 


6 


BELDIN, Madam 




122 


Ruth (Barber) 


8 


BELL, Anna 




S 


Samuel Horton 


13 


Bert 




211 


Sarah 


n 


Beulah Beryl 


2n, 


216 


Sarah (—) 


16 


Deborah 




5 


Sarah B. 


13 


Dorothy Evelyn 


211, 


215 


Susan E, 


13 


Elizabeth 0"^ard) 




211 


Susaji' (Stanton) 


13 


Hannah 


57, 


109 


Tabitha 


6 


James 




211 


Thomas 


6 


Thomas 


5, 


109 


Y/illiam 


6 


BELOAf, Eva L. 




85 


BERGER, Elaine Loretta (Lyons 


66 


BEOTET, Eliza Ann 




121 


BERRY, Alta 


68 


John 




121 


BE'iTZ, 


h^ 


Nathan 


20, 


121 


Gerald 


\x9 


Oliver 




. 28 


Norman 


1;9 


Violette (~) 


# 


121 


BEYER, Clyde 


215 


BENTLPiY, Adoniram Judson 




13 


Dorothy 


215 


Alvin 




209 


Ifery (— ) 


215 


Anna 




11 


BIGJOE, Debra Lee 


93 


Anna Esther 


■>, 


13 


Merilynne Aiuie (Tait) 


93 


Benjamin 




6 


Michael James 


93 


Caleb 




6 


BIRD, Wm, John 


161; 


Court land 




13 


BIRDSALL, Elizabeth 


21 


Daniel 


12, 


13 


BIRMAN, 


213 


David Edwin 




13 


BISHOP, Paul 


170 


Elizabeth 




6 


BISTODEAU, Horace George 


157 


Elizabeth (Gardner) 




6 


Louise Sarah 


157 


Emeline N. 




m 


BLACK, Alonzo 


212 


Esther (TOieeler) 




13 


Henrietta 


i;9 


Ezekial 




6 


Laura A, 


211 


George 


6, 


8 


Lucy (Householder) 


212 


George 


8, 


n 


BUCKIiORE, William 


115 


George 


11, 


12 


BLOHM, Dorma Maxine 


69 


Harriet 




13 


Frederick W» 


69 


James 




6 


Thurlene 


69 


Jane 




6 


BLOOM, Jonas 


161; 


John 




6 


BLOOMBURG, 


188 


Jonathan 




12 


BLW/ERS, Lillian A (DeLong) 


68 


Lucy 




12 


Raymond E« 


68 


Lucy G, 




11; 


Stanley 


68 


Lucy (Gardner ) 




12 


BLW^FIELD, Charlotte A, 


99 


Lydia 




8 


BLliNTCHLEY, James 


71 



BLUNTCHLRY, Robert 




71 


Tama 




71 


Thomas 




71 


BLY, Nancy 




12 


BODENJWLLIOR, John 




219 


Reinhold 


215, 


219 


Roben 




219 


BOHL, Gary 




193 


Joan 




193 


Patricia Joan 




193 


Ralph 




193 


BOIAl^ID, Colleen A, 




ll;5e 


BOIEY, Harold C. 




lli5d 


BOLT, Henry 


53, 


5U 


Henry 


55, 


61 


Lottie 


53, 


5l4 


Lottie 


55, 


61 


Lucy 




30 


BOONE, Nancy Jean 




100 


Oma 




210 


Robert B. 




100 


BORST, Randall Scott 




k2 


Thomas 




U2 


BOT.'ERS, Ammie (Niesen) 




in 


Andrew 




m 


Jacob 




111 


BOYER, Effie (Steffeny) 




82 


Marvin 




61 


BRACKET, F, L. 




197 


BRADLEY, Cleo 




92 


Lena 




99 


BRA LEY, Minnie 




I5ii 


BRAZEE, Mary Jane 




U8 


BRENMER, Freada Hannah 




102 


BRIGHT, Ada 




176 


BRISTOL, Amos 


136, 


225 


Amos 




226 


Henry 




226 


Joannah (Paricer) 
Joannah (Paricer) 


136, 


225 




226 


I^/dia 


137, 


225 


Lydia 


226, 


227 


BROOKE, Edna 




209 


BROOKS , Joannah 


7, 


16 


Thomas 




7 


BRara, Abel 




10 


Abigail 




10 


Abraham 




10 


Albert E. 




86 


Anna 




10 


Aroa 




lliS 



^VN, Benjamin 
Benojn 




10 
10 


Betty 




10 


Charles ?,'. 




9$ 


Collins 




10 


Content 


7, 


8 


Daniel B, 




95 


David Leroy 


86, 


95 


Dawn Charlene 


J 


95 

7 

10 


ueuoran 

Deborah (Holdredge) 




Dorothy 




7 


Dorothy (Butler) 




86 


Ellas on Zirene 




63 


Emnrsince (Saure) 




196 


Eunice 




8 


Frances IJarie 




96 


Gary 




95 


George 




150 


Gerald D, 




95 


Gersham 




7 


Hannah 




10 


Hannah (Collins) 




7 


Humphrey 




7 


James M. 




95 


Janet 




150 


Jesse 




7 


Joannah 




8 


Joseph Anthony 




196 


June 




196 


Kathy Lynn 




95 


Keven 




96 


Kiel 




96 


Leland Bernard 




86 


Leland Bernard Jr. 


86, 


95 


Louise 




7 


Lucy 




10 


Lydia 




226 


Iterk 




95 


Maiy 


7, 


10 


liary Lois June 


19li- 


196 


Nancy (Donaldson) 




63 


Perez 




10 


Raymond Edgar 


®o^' 


96 


Pjei±»en 


8, 


10 


Pdchard Joseph 




95 


Richard Lee 


86, 


95 


Ruth 




10 


Ruth Naord. 


86, 


96 


Samuel 




95 


Samuel 


7, 


10 



▼d 



BROTm, Sarah 


10 


BURROlfS, Betsey 


125, 


135 


Sarah (Randall) 


10 


Daniel 




159 


Scott E. 


96 


Desire 


9, 


15 


Sharon Kay- 


66 


Desire 




159 


Shelly 


96 


Earl 




125 


Stacia 


96 


Edward 


13U, 


135 


Steven T/, 


95 


Edward 




160 


Tabitha 


7, 9 


Elisha A, 




135 


Thomas 


7, 9 


Eliza 




135 


Timothy L. 


95 


Esther M» 




3h 


Wealthy 


10 


Grace S. 




12li 


William 


7 


Hannah 




158 


William L. 


63 


Harriet Augusta 




lU8b 


BROV-mLL, 


20 


Hubbard 




158 


Chandler (Begole) 


89 


Isaac 




158 


Edmund Begole 


89 


James 




159 


Josiah Begole 


89 


Jeremiah 




158 


Roy Edmund 


89 


John 


15, 


17 


Virginia Chandler 


89 


John 


158, 


159 


BRU13DAGE, Alphonzo 


. 81 


John S. 




3U 


Lois (Sherman-Bovren) 


81 


John W, 




135 


Ranee 


81 


Joseph 




159 


Ruth 


81 


Lucretia 




159 


BRYAN, Gertrude 


U9 


Lydia 


158, 


159 


R. F. 


U9 


Margaret 




158 


S\asan (Mutherspaugh) 


U9 


I,&ria 




135 


BUELL, Wm. Ernest 


102a 


Mary 


158, 


159 


EULLER, Vivian 


lii2 


Nancy 


125, 


160 


Bwm, 


13U 


Nathan 


125, 


159 


BURDICK, Ralph 


187 


Nina L. (Steward) 




3U 


BURGER, 


29 


Phebe 




159 


Caroline 


29 


Polly 




125 


BURGESS , Norman 


28 


Robert 




158 


BURKE, Christopher Jr. 


)n 


Samiiel 




158 


Jonathan Allen 


hi 


Sam^uel Jr. 




15 


Martin Scott 


la 


. Sarah Ann 


125, 


160 


BURLIMGAliE, Alice G. 


123 


Sarah (Williams) 


125, 


13U 


Lavinia 


123 


Sarah (W^illiams) 




159 


BURNHAM, 


221 


Silas 




158 


BUPJ^IS, Amy Louella 


38 


Simeon 


125, 


160 


James 


• 38 


Sophronia 




135 


Lisa Marie 


38 


Thomas 




159 


Nicole 


38 


^mity 




159 


Thomas 


213 


William 




159 


BURR, Aaron 


133, 13U 


BURTCH, Edmund 




175 


Aaron 


U7 


Ezbon 




51 


Theodosia 


13U 


Julia Ann 




175 


BURRELL, Betsey 


li48b 


Latira Adaresta (Addie 


) 


51 


BURRWiS, 


25 


Louisa (Van Skoy) 




175 


Abigail 


158, 159 


Sophronia (Root) 




51 


Amos 


159 


BUR'i'ON, Mary Elizabeth (Smith ; 


101 



▼ii 



BURTON, Maryette 

Stephen 
BllSBY, Catherine 
BUTCIffiR, Dianna Renee 

John G, 

John Jr. 

Lillian J,Iae (Hissong) 

Melinda Lou 
BUTLER, Dorothy 

John 

Sarah 
BUTTON, Perry 

Polly 
BYRNES, Jfery 
BT.VATER, Ruth 

CAN ILL, Mary 109, 

CAMPBELL, Eva M. 

M. TIU 

Nellie (~) 

Thomas 
CANTmELL, 
CAROTIERS, Eva L. (Below) 85, 

Frank 85, 

Hazel Thelma 85, 

Hov:ard 

Jesse Lloyd 

Lora Jo Ann 

Marjery Louise 

Orly Warren 
CARPENTER, Betty IJae 

Floyd W. 35, 

Ittai 

James P. 35, 

Lester 

Ityrna 

Olive 

Sharon 
CARTER, Amy 

Cressie 

Mary 
CASTER, John 
CASTILE, 

CATALANO, Joseph 
CIIALKER, Arthur 

Arthur J. 27, 

Blanch 

Charles 27, 

Frederick 

George 

Herbert 27, 



101 

101 

lliB 

96 

96 

96 

96 

96 

86 

10 

2 

133 

21x9 

3 

209 

115 
71 
63 

166 

lii9 

76 

230 

230 

230 

230 

230 

230 

230 

230 

39 

39 

35 

39 

35 

39 

39 

39 

11 

11.3 

11 

lli9 

208 

UO 

29 

29 

29 

29 

27 

29 

29 



CHALKER, Lynn 




29 


lAe 




29 


f^niie 




29 


Orlando 




26 


Orlie 




29 


Verta 




29 


Vertil 




29 


CHAMHbJRLADi, Beulah (Rapp) 


lin 


CHAP?.'AN, Georgia 




209 


CHARTERS, Eleanor Maud 




201 


James 




201 


liargaret (Smith) 




201 


CHASE, Mildred A. 




69 


CHEKSEBROUGH, Abigail 




9 


CHILCQAT, James Oren Jr 


• 


91 


Michael James 




9U 


Shari Lynn 




9U 


CURK, Ed-.-:ard 




28 


Edwin 




28 


Ella }.5ae 




28 


Frances 


28, 


32 


George A, 




28 


James 




28 


Jennie E, 




7li 


?terie 




212 


Nellie 




28 


Oliver 




101 


Viola 




170 


William 




170 


CLARKE, 




22 


CLFlffllONS, Philo 




20 


CLIFFOnD, Hannah 




Ui 


CLOUTIER, Connie 




188 


COAKLEY, Arthur 


lfl6. 


192 


Audry Lorue 




192 


Clarissa 




192 


Floy 




192 


Hazel 




192 


Jerry 


I8ii, 


186 


Jerry 




102 


Jessie Ira 




L'6 


John 




192 


John A, 


186, 


192 


.'■iary E. 




186 


Mary (— ) 




192 


Neal 


186, 


102 


Rachel Ellen 


18U, 


186 


Sarah 




192 


William 




182 


COATS, Joseph 




6 


CODY, Charlotte V.. 




205 



viii 



COE, Mary Ann 
COGSY/ELL, Katie 
COLE, Bradley 

Brenda LjTin 

Brian Earl 

Daniel 

Earl L. 

Edmund 

Lloyd Bradley 

Violet 
COLEM/VN, 

Chester 

Dewey 

Sloa 

Kenneth 

Loma 
COLLINS , Hannah 

Henry 

Nicholas 

Shirley 

Viola 
COLVELL, Lydia 
COLYER, EDM 

Margaret ( — ) 

Richard 

Vivian 
COIiERER 

Hal 
COIJSTALK, L. A. 
CCWGER, Rev. 0. T. 
CONKLIN, 

Alice Ophelia (Kiuimel) 

C. 

Lillian 
COMNORS, Mary 
CONRAD, Col. 
CONSTABLE, Alan 

Albert James 

James A» 

James L» 

Jeffrey 

midred IV, 

Minnie R, (Perrin) 
COOLEY, Frank 
COON, Henry 

Hulda 

Joseph 

Lavira Alice 

Phoebe (Van Horn) 

William 
COOPER, 



32, 



130 

179 

32 

36 

36 

132 

32 

lU 

36 

66. 

213 

133 

86 

86 

86 

86 

7 

7 

32 

32 

169 

I7I4 

171 

32 

32 

32 

113 

113 

13 

1U5 

m 
76 
76 
76 
96 

161 

70 

69 

67 

67 

70 

67 

67 

59, 115 

191 

191 

lUOa 

moa 

HiOa 

191 

188 



67, 



COOPER, Alan Scott 

Brian David 

Diane Ifichelle 

Harry J. 

John Lee 

Judy 

Julie Itorie 

Nancy Jean 

Richard 

Rita (— ) 

Shirley Ann 
CORE, 

COREY, Clint 
CORNELIUS, Mildred A, 
CORNELL, Al. 
CORNISH, Adin Elliott 

Betsey 

Calphiimia 

Chester 

Floretta 

Frances Ann 

Francis L» 

Harriet 

Henry 

Hiram 

Jabez 



Jerusha 

Joannah 

JohJi HVhiting 

Ifeiry 

Maximilla 

Reuben 

Roxanna Amanda 

Sarah 

Sarah Elliott 

Sarah (Yfeymouth) 

Stisannah 
CORi'/IK, Katherine 
COTTON, Charles 
COULTER, Grace Mae 
COUNIHAN, Aurilla 1 
Catherine ( — ) 
Ed-ward 
Frank Lynn 
COTOLL, Ethel S. 
COV/EII, Marjorie Z, 
COX, A.da 
COYLE, George 



37, 



37, 



22, 
22, 



37 
37 
Ul 
37 
37 
9U 
37 
37 
37 
37 

la 

27 

123 

77 

61 
22 
23 
23 
22 
22 
22 

135 

22 

22 

22 

20, 22 

132, 133 

135 

132 
23 

135 
22 

133 

22 

22 

22, 132 

135 
20, 133 

135 
20, 132 

191 
25 
95 
39 
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35 
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17U 
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78 

155 



22, 



16, 
35, 

35, 



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COYLE, Neva 

William 
C]{Ain)AI,L, Catherine 

Donald V/illiam 

Elizabeth I. 

Frances (Bedecke ) 

Irene E. (Roberts) 

James John 

Kimberly Kay- 
Paul A. 

Richard P, 

Stephen H. 

Tami Renee-* 
C RANKER, Betty Jane 

Kathryn (Green) 

William Ray 
CRARY, John H. 
CRAViFORD, David 

Ethelinda 

Finla 

Jean 

Jiilia Ann (Bristol) 

Richard 
CP£IGHTON, Helen 
CRENSHAW, :.!ichael Gervis 193, 

Sharon Dawn 193, 

V^eatly Gervis 
CRIPPEN, Archie 
CROCKER, Karen 
CRO\'/E, Horatio 

Nora Belle E. 

Maiy (Fyle) 
CRUM, Dioane Llichael 
CRUT.1P, Nellie 
CULVER, Ann (Ellis) 

Edward 

Hannah 
CUR-NALIA, 

Lavinla 

V/illiam 



Ella A, 
(Burlingame ) 
J. 



CURTIS, Aaron 

Anna (Meyers) 

Bertha 

Isobel (— ) 

Martha 

Maureen 

Olivia 

T/illiam 
CUZIC, Jenny Elizabeth 

DANIEI5, Dawn Louise 



155 


DANIF,U3, Doftthy Ellen 


(Tmub) 72 


155 


Elizabeth 




201 


39 


Bvel.vn 




35 


90 


Ezra Nathan 




-n 


39 


DARrPTON, Barbara Ann 


178, 


IPO 


90 


Betsey 




l-O 


39 


Charles Patrick 


178, 


IPO 


90 


Chester Tom 




178 


90 


Clarence Edmund 


178, 


179 


39 


Donald Charles 


178, 


IRQ 


39 


Eric Gordon 




180 


39 


Helen (CreiF;hton) 




178 


90 


Jackie 




180 


87 


James 




IBO 


87 


John Merton 


178, 


179 


87 


Julianne 




178 


13 


Lane Alan 




l^'O 


175 


Leiris Randall 




1 .; 


175 


Mary- 




180 


llili 


Peter Robert 


178, 


IRO 


2hh 


Rebecca Ann 




1?0 


175 


Robert 




178 


lUi 


Virginia 




180 


178 


DART, Dorothy (Fox-Gaines) 


h 


198 


Ruth 




h 


197 


Samuel 




h 


193 


DAVID, Betty 




210 


187 


Ray 




210 


225 


DAVIDSON, Andrew 




212 


61* 


DAVIS, Joseph 




Ui9 


6U 


Mary Ann 




lh9 


Sh 


Rolla A, 




Hi 5a 


91 


Sarah (Barmore) 




lli9 


lli2 


DEAN, Ella 




61i 


158 


DECKER, Emeline 




169 


158 


DeLCJiG, Lillian A. 




68 


158 


de los SANTOS, Benita 




US 


123 


DEI>n.lAN, A, Beldon 




l6Ji 


123 


DENNISON, Abigail 




9 


123 


Abigail (Aver>') 




9 


208 


Alice (— ) 




12 


206 


Daniel 







30 


John 




9 


U43 


}iary (Stanton) 




9 


208 


Mercy 




158 


12 


Robert 




12 


1143 


V/illiam 




158 


II43 


DeROSIA, Alex 




89 


83 


Bernard Joseph 




89 


72 


Jeffrey Lee 
Kristin Ann 




89 
89 



DeRCSIA., Steven Joseph 


89 


DOVV, Mehitable 


10 


DESGRANGES, Laura 


201 


DRABELLE, Ellen (Rohde) 


lii5d 


DeV/AARD, Edward James 


ilU 


Herschel John 


liiSd 


Elizabeth Joan 112, 


llii 


Mary Herschel 


lli^^d 


Elliott John 112, 


111 


DREMAN, Hattie (TOiit-eworth ) 


112 


Eric John 


nil 


James 


112 


Johannah (Hofstra) 


112 


James David 


nh 


John Otto 


112 


James Elliott 112, 


nil 


Otto 


112 


Lawrence Einar 


nil 


DCT.TT, Alice 


11 


Lawrence Truman 


112 


Deborah 11, 


12 


DREW, Elmer 


69 


Eliza Alraira 


11 


Mary (Ticknor) 


69 


George, Admiral 


IS 


Raymond W, 


69 


George T/arren 


11 


DRUM, Del oris Irma 91, 


157 


Joseph 


11 


Hawley Ransom 


157 


Robert Dennis on 


11 


Katherine (Kelley) 


157 


D'HAENE, Heniy 


156 


Raymond Alexander 


157 


DL'^RY of Lazarus G. Elliott 52- 


. 62 


DRUNSBERG, Karol 


199 


DICKBISON, Abigail ii3, 


223 


DUFAUS, Alice 


87 


DICKS OLI, John 


222 


DUNl^, Annis 


120 


DIEHL, David Douglas 


89 


DUNSHmS, Judy Holly 


lilO 


Marian (Pugsley) 


89 


DURY, Kaussiah 


hS 


Rebecca Ann 


89 


DUVE, Fred 


171 


DiGERONBIO, Marie Antoinette 


lli8 


John Norman 


171 


DIRKESS, Jane 


179 


William Lorain 


171 


DISNEY, John T. 


U? 


DWYER, Eva 


23 


Rachel Ann 


1U6 


George Howard 


23 


DIXON, Susan 


61t 


John Alfred 


23 


DQAME, Alma (Storm) 


102 


John H, 


23 


Aug^istus 


m 






Lizzie Jane 


m 


EASTERBROOK, Bumette 


113 


Mary Jane (Brazee) 


m 


EATON, Hannah 


10 


Maud Etta 


ICl 


Rhode 


10 


William E, 


102 


EDGERTON, Lucy 


128 


DODD, Mary 


109 


EDWARDS, 


123 


DODDARD, 


212 


Bertha (Jennings) 


69 


DODSON, Docky 


98 


Charles M. 


129 


James 


98 


George 


69 


DOILE, Dorothy 


182 


Gloria May 


69 


DOU-WLN, Ellen 


79 


Helen 128, 


129 


DOLVIN, Phebe 


2k 


I&ry M. 128, 


129 


DONAHOE, I^ynn 


125 


EGAN, Lawrence 


166 


DONALDSON, Nancy 


63 


EGGLESTON, Alta Marian 


3U 


DOOLEY, Alice 


196 


Nancy 


225 


DOOLITTLE, Thankful 


225 


ELD HEDGE, Betty Jean 


36 


Thankful (Hall) 


225 


Captain 


h 


Theophilus 


225 


ELIGER, Elizabeth hS, 


168 


DORSEY, Brandy Michelle 


197 


ELIOT, Bennet 


19 


Jeffrey Scott 


197 


Francis 


19 


Lowell 


197 


Jacob 


19 


September Ranee 


197 


John 


19 



ELIOT, Maiy 
Philip 

ELIZAU)E, Edith Lurline 

ELKEnS, 

ELLIOT/ELLIOTT 

Aaron 

Aaron B\irr 




19 
19 

11^56 

117 

9 
133 


EUJOTA-LLIOTT, Asa 
Austin 
Azeta 
Barbara 
Barbara Jane 
Barbara Jeanette 
Beatrice 


7, 
67, 


9 
IL9 

36 
38 
70 
31 

6U 
139 
llili 


Abigail (~) 






25 


Beatrice (— ) 




Abigail (Dennison 
Abisha 


) 


15, 


9 
17 


Belle 
Bellerma 




Adah Ann 
Addie R. 




132, 


138 
25 
99 


Bellerman 
Benjamin PaLner 
Benton 




137 
U5 

llJi 


Adelaide 






lUh 


Benton Erastus 


29. 


32 
117 


Adelfa 






51 


Bemiece Evaline 


'•~» 


Adelia 






lli9 


Bessie E« 


65, 


67 


Adelia Deem 

A J • 






26 


Betsey 


15, 


** 1 

131 


Adxn 




15, 


19 
20 


Betsey 


9 

121, 


20 
127 






^5, 


1x6 
80 


Betsey E. 
Betty (— ) 




127 


Ad.in Uriah 




26, 


27 


Bliss 




1?? 


Adrian Leroy 




75, 


81 


Bonnie Kay 


81, 


90 


Alfred 






lii9a 


Bonnie Sue 


f 


12ii 


Alice 






58 


Bonnita L^Tin 




38 


Alice Busby 






lliBb 


Bradley 




12U 


Alice Lucille 




26, 


28 


Brenda P.unyon 




IJL 


Alida 






123 


Burr Otto 


73, 


77 


AT mi ra 




U6, 


98 


Burriett 


I46, 


hi 




55- 


• 56, 


80 




53, 


55 


Almon Burdette 




103- 


107 
101 


Burriett Adoniram 


51 
55, 


63 
57 


Alonzo L. (Lon) 




106, 


116 




58 


59 




53, 


58, 


59 


Burnett Ellason 


63 


66 


Althea 


55, 


72, 


76 


Byron 


* 


li:3 


Amassa B, 






122 


Calista 




11j9 


Amy I,Iay 




73, 


77 


Calphumia 




20 


Andrev/ 




^, 


122 


Carrie 


60, 


109 


Andrew Jackson 






25 


Carrie Elizabeth 




lliBa 


Ann Marie 






38 


Casia 




liili 


Anna 




5, 


U3 


Celia Belle 


73, 


76 






9, 


12 


Charlene Ann 


< 


38 


Anna ( — ) 






123 


Charles E, 




99 


Anna E, ( — ) 






11^5 


Charles Foreman 


106, 


119 


Annah 






7 


Charles J. 




U7 


Anne 






120 


Charles Rhodes 




20 


Ann is 




123, 


133 


Charles W, 


20, 


21 


Area 






lU8b 


Christine 




38 


Aixja Angeline 




u^e, 


lii8a 


Claire 




lii3 


Arvis Adelbert 




lJb8a, 


111 8b 


Clare Hartford 


73, 


77 


Ary Shaffer 




123, 


12h 


Claud 




31 



3CL1 



ELLIOT/EI.LIOTT, Claud G. 


110, 


111 


EUJOT/ELLTOTT, Earl A, 




123 


Clerientine ( — ) 




129 


Earl H. 


27, 


30 


Clinton 


72, 


76 


!%arl Julian 




123 


Cora 




ll.i4 


]-^ddie 




32 


Corabel 


111, 


112 


Edge comb 




122 


Cora Bene 


110, 


111 


r':ditha Arvilla 


108, 


115 


Cora Kercedes 




llj8a 


Edna Jane 




13li 


Curley George 


108, 


132- 


Edward 




6 




56, 


59 




78, 


122 


Ciirtis 




lia 


EdvTard C, 


27, 


30 


Cyrus 


28, 


122 


Edrrard Irving 


3^, 


37 


Cyrus Lavem 




2h3 


Edward J, 


122, 


123 


Daniel 




20 


Edwin Alexander 


26, 


28 


Daniel E. 




123 




122, 


123 


Daniel Diehl 




89 


Eileen Rose 




13U 


Darius Calvin (DrjO 


72, 


7U 


Eleanor Loviise 


78, 


89 




75, 


16? 


Eldredge 




122 


Darl Duane 




69 


Eldredge A, 




125 


David Allen 




121; 


Elfra 55- 


57, 


63 


David J, 


66, 


69 


Elfra M. 


63, 


66 


Debbie 




ia 


Eliza 


132, 


13ii 


Deborah 




1 




137, 


160 


Deborah 




s 






226 


Deborah 


9, 


11 


Eliza (-^) 




25 


Deborah 


10, 


11 


Eliza May 




lh8b 


Deborah ( — ) 




1 


Elizabeth 




5 


Delilah 


li6. 


98 


Elizabeth 


ni. 


113 




52- 


58 


Ella 




lii9a 


Delilah 


U7, 


IhU 


Ellen A, 


28, 


122 


Dennie 




20 


Ellen M. (McComber) 




25 


Desire 




17 


Ellen N. (Ella) 


26, 


122 


Desire 


15, 


U3 


Elma 




132 


Desire 




22li 


Elma I.!ae 


111, 


112 




133, 


135 


Elva Violet 


73, 


78 




20, 


22 


Elwood W, 


115 


117 




9, 


12 




16, 


118 


Desire (Burrov/s) 




22ii 


Emelyne 




U6 


DeV.'aine 




108 


Erama Jean 


^h. 


37 


Diana 




lit9 


Erastus V,, Dr. 




ll;9 


Diane I'arie 




69 


Eric 




lliii 


Donald 


lU, 


11)4 


Ernest Kent 




6? 


Donald Levds 


3a, 


37 


Ernest L, 51 


- 59, 


63 


Dora I.iae 


75, 


83 


Ernest Wendall 


61;, 


67 


Doris 


65, 


78 


Es telle 




109 


Doris Eunola 


29, 


33 


Esther 20- 21, 


li;9 


Dorothy 


5, 


7 


Esther Ann 




li;5 


Dorothy (~ ) 




61i 


Ethan P. 




123 


Dorothy Ada 




102 


E-ugene 




i)n 


Dudley 


128, 


129 


Eugene Vernon 




li;0 


Dudley Albert Bliss 


128, 


129 


Evelyn 


111, 


113 


Douglas Cornish 


133, 


13i; 


Evelyn 




33 



Xlll 



ELLIOT/ELLIOTT, Ezra 




122 


ELLIOT/F.LLIOTT, Gladys 




99 


Frances (Fanny) 


hS, 


110 


Glenn Curtis 




lljl 




53- 


60 


Grace 




35 


Faye Martha 




lii2 


Grace B, 




30 


Florence 


30, 


lli9a 


Grant William 




lia 




118, 


119 


Gregory Kieth 




68 


Florence Elizabeth 




26 


Grove r Cleneland 




lli8a 


Florence Grace 




117 


Hal T,1ahlon 


6h, 


67 


Floyd Charles 




list 


Hannah 


7, 


110 


Floyd H. 


99, 


100 




1|6, 


98 


Floyd Lindsey 


28, 


31 




i^5. 


80 


Floyd S. 


30, 


33 


. 


52- 


57 


Forest Eugene 




lii8b 


Hannah 




138 


Frances 


20, 


131 


Hannah Delilah 


II45, 


lli6 


Frances Ann 


108, 


115 


Harold George 


30, 


3li 


Frances Mable 




73 


Harold J, 




3U 


Francis H. 




127 


Harold J. 


63, 


65 


Francis Lorenzo 


2hQ, 


111 8b 


Harold Robert 


3ii, 


38 


Frank 




12 


Harriet 




26 


Frank Ellis 


31, 


35 




ni. 


113 


Frank L. 5l- 


58, 


6U 


Harriet ( — ) 


lUi, 


IkQ 


Franklin « 




21 


Harriet A. 




2h9 




121, 


128 


Harriet Melita 




26 






122 


Harrison Leroy 


no, 


111 




131, 


133 


Harry 




122 




138, 


1U3 


Harry Charles 


29, 


32 


Franklin Pierce 




26 


Harry Douglas 




13ii 




27, 


30 
133 


Hartford SpatQding 


72, 


73 

55 


Fred R. 




99 


Helen 




33 


Freddie 




51 


Helen Boynton 


130, 


131 


Frederick 




101 


Helen Elise 




131 




103, 


107 


Helen Jane 


29, 


33 


Frederick Almon 




102 


Henry 


1, 


5 


Gary Alan 


37, 


la 




6, 


9 


Gary Lane 




69 


Henry Prather 


20, 


21 


George 


12, 


132 


Henry Smith 


138, 


139 




6ii, 


65 


Henry Ward 




139 




55- 


58 


Herold Burton 




102 


George A, $1- 


60, 


6U 


Hial 




127 


George Charles 


67, 


71 


Hial W. 




128 


George (Curly) 


56, 


59 


Hope Eloise 


31, 


3k 




108, 


132 


Hopes till 


15, 


liii 


George Deville 




117 


1, 


5, 


6 


George J. 


108, 


109 


Horris 




li5 


George Wm, 


ii5, 


108 


Hovraird Payne 




13U 


53- 


60, 


16 


Howard Raymond 




30 


Gerald • 




65 


Howard Ward 


139, 


lilO 


Gerald B. 


63, 


6U 


Hugh Burton 


30, 


3U 


Gertrude 




102 


Hugh Charles 


27, 


29 


Gertrude Mc 




99 


Hugh Gillis 




li43 



XXV 



ELLIOT/ELLTOTT, Hugh M. 


138, 


112 


ELLIOT/ELLIOTT, John 


120, 


lli8b 


Hugh V/illiam 




li40 


John Henry- 


I46, 


99 


Ida B. 




109 


John M. 


3U, 


39 


Irene Hasel 


73, 


77 






100 


Irene Isobel 


30, 


33 


John Spaulding 




75 


Irwin 




23 


Jonathan Clarke 




100 


Isabella 




138 


Joseph 




1 


Isla L. 


27, 


30 




5, 


7 


Israel 


i^5. 


101 




6, 


9 


Ittai 


15, 


137 




7, 


9 


Ittai 


17, 


225 




9, 


16 






ll;5a 




15- 


19 


Ittai A, 


137, 


U5 




15, 


159 


Ittai Joab 


lli8, 


litSa 




120, 


221; 


Jabez 




6 




121, 


128 


Jack R. 




65 


Joseph, Cap't. 


17- 


19 


Jack Roddy- 




69 


Joseph D, 




21 


Jack Px)ger 


65, 


69 


Joseph Napoleon Bonaparte 


16 


James 




120 




20, 


25 


James A, 


128, 


129 


Josephine 


1U3, 


lii9a 


Janes Benton 


26, 


27 


Joyce Elizabeth 


35, 


ko 


James Harron 


20, 


26 


Judd Burrows 




ll;8a 


Jane (~) 




21 


Judith 




k 


Jane Elizabeth 


30, 


33 


Julia E, 




122 


Janet (V/aiiiwright ) 




12ii 


Ju3.ius A, 




139 


Jared 




132 


Katherine Ann 




125 


Jared Page 


137, 


138 


Kathleen Onalee 


67, 


70 


Jared Page (Jerod) 


138, 


lliOa 


Kendrick 




127 


Jared W, 




113 


Kenneth Gordon 




29 


Jay- 




33 


Kenneth Lewis 


37, 


iiO 


Jean Ann 


82, 


90 


Kenneth NesG. 




3h 


Jeanie 




120 


Kieth Elwood 


65, 


68 


Jeffry Lynn 




69 


Kirk Douglas 




68 


Jenny M. 




139 


Kirrey- 




15 


Jenny Page 




139 


Ladd E. 


63, 


65 


Jeremiah 


121, 


131 


Lafayette (Fayette) 




138 


Jerome B, 




■\hh 


Larxy Dean 




71 


Jerry Lauren 




68 


Laura 




U3 


Jesse 


hS, 


133 


Laura Lillian 


35, 


ilO 


Joab 


15, 


16 


I^iuren Laddie 


65; 


68 




20, 


28 


Lavinia 




21 




^5, 


121 


Lavinia ( — ) 




21 


Joab Jr. 


121, 


122 


Lazarus Griffith (Ladd) 


U5 


Joab K. 




127 




51, 


52 


Joan I.!, 


3ii, 


39 


Ledda (I>dia) 


15, 


121 


Jo Ann 




78 


Lemuel 


15; 


17 


Joanne 


9, 


12 






120 


John 


h, 


7 


Lenora (Nora ) 




127 




52- 


61 


lieon 




110 




o 


108 


l;eroy 


108, 


109 


122j 


126, 


132 




57- 


60 



XV 



ELLIOT/ELLIOTT, Leroy 


W. 


106 


ELLIOT/ELLIOTT, Maiy Louise 


35 


Lewis 




I46 






ho 


Lewis Barnes 




lU8a 


Mary M, 


128, 


129 


Liddy 




1^5 


Ifery Mercy (Marraercy) 


1, 


h 


Lina 




lh8b 


Mary Margaret 


139, 


lUo 


Linda K 




1U2 


Majc Nelson 


75, 


82 


Lizzy 




W 


Melissa 


21, 


Ihh 


Iloyd William 


63, 


65 


Melvin 




12U 


Lloyd William Jr. 


65, 


68 


Melvira Belle 




ll45a 


Loraine 




71 


Merle 




llil 


Lorenna Lorella 


31, 


35 


Michael Dennis 


68, 


72 


Lorenzo Cameron 


137, 


138 


Mildred 


63, 


65 






111 9 


Mildred E. 




139 


Loxiisa Valerie 




lii8 


Mildred Jane 


111, 


113 


Lucius 




138 


Minerva 




21 


Lucy A, 




128 


Minerva 




133 


Lulu Belle 




99 


ItLnnie 


109, 


110 


Luman Burrows 


137, 


lii8 




115, 


119 




138, 


lli2 






lii5a 






li48a 


Minnie Page 




iia 


Lunaette 




lii9 


Molly (~) 




118 


Lydia 


15, 


121 


Iv^on S, 


f> 


31 


Lydia Caroline 


26, 


27 


Nairda 


81, 


90 


Lynne Ann 




2h2 


Nancy 


20, 


21 


Mable Lonella 


29, 


32 




28, 


122 


Madelaine 




78 






123 


Marcella 


33, 


36 




108- , 


llii 


Margaret Josephine 


lii5a, 


nii5b 




121, 


125 

1 /■ ^ 


Maria D, 




21 






160 


Ifarian 


II43, 


Ihh 


Nancy B, 




127 


Marian Bemette 


111, 


113 


Nancy Catherine 




35 


Mariette (Smith) 




119 


Nancy Joyce 




lQ2a 


Marjorie Irene 




63 


Nancy Marian 


3i4, 


38 


Marjorie Joan 


102, 


102a 


Neal Irving 


30, 


3U 


Marlene 




70 


Nelson G, 


lii9. 


lli9a 


Mary 


h, 


Q 
7 


Norman Hal 


67, 


70 




5, 


6 


Noyes B, 




lii5 




56, 


59 


Oliver C, 




27 






123 


Onalee Helen 


6U, 


67 


Maiy (— ) 




6 


Orren 


122, 


123 


Mary (— ) 




18 


Orris 




119 


Mary ( — ) 




lU9a 


Pamella 




20 


Mary Ann 




lU9a 


Paul Spaulding 


ii6. 


72 




16, 26, 


28 




73, 


167 


Mary (Beebe) 




9 






200 

r-'f-' 


Mary E, (— ) 




25 




52- 


55 


Mary Elizabeth 




lli5 


Pearl 




122 


Mary J. 




ihSa 


Permelia 




Ihh 


Mary Jane 


108, 


127 


Perry 




119 


Marj' Lou 


66, 


69 


Perry Theodore 


108, 


110 


Mary Lo\ilse 


67, 


71 


Perry Theodore 


52- 


58 



XVI 



KIJJOTAT.T.Tfrrr, 






et.liot/elliott, 






Phebo Aiinoline 




133 


Sherry Jean 




30 


['hilinda A, 


13?, 


133 


Shirley I^ynn 


6S 


72 


Iliyllis 




35 


Silas 




ll.l5a 


Polly 




20 


Silas Andrerw 




lii5 


Polly 


121, 


126 


Simeon August;is 


lliSa, 


lU8b 


Polly Ann 




133 


Sophronia 


28, 


132 


Porter A, 


122, 


123 


Sophronia 




120 


Priscilla Kay 


67, 


70 


Spencer Rhodes 




21 


Ray Melvin 




73 


Stephen G, 




122 


Raymond Fialler 


129, 


130 


Stewart 




32 


Rebecca E. 




138 


Susan 




131 


Richard C, 




msa 


Sxisan 


132, 


135 


Richard Invin 


12h, 


125 


Susan Elizabeth 




131 


Richard J, 


115, 


119 


Susan Kay 




100 


Richard Peter 




128 


Susannah 




20 


Robert 


67, 


69 


Susannah (Babcock) 




9 


Robert 


33, 


117 


Tanya 




la 


Robert Frederick 




102a 


Terry David 




68 


Robert Gordon 




12U 


Theodore 




113 


Robert Junior 


65, 


69 


Theodore Bird 


111, 


113 


Robert Stanley 




73 


Theodore Frederick 




102 


Robert Y.'illiam 




66 


Thomas 




1 


Robin Sue 




69 






20 


Rose Evelyn 




35 




15, 


h$ 


Rose Marie 


63, 


66 






101 


Rusia ( — ) 




DiJi 






139 


Ruth 




123 




hS- 


51i 


Ruth Caroline 


111 


112 




58, 


59 


Ruth Charlotte 




100 


Timothy 




133 


Sally 


121, 


126 


Truman Harris 


lU8a, 


ll;9 


Sally L. 




25 


Vaneita Eleanor 


6U, 


66 


Sally Naomi 




128 






61 


Salome 




131 


Vaneita Janet 


67, 


70 


Samuel 


120, 


133 


Varo Basil (Blackie) 


75, 


79 


Samuel Mason 


27, 


30 




80 


98 


Sandra 




102 


Vera Tamar 


^ 


117 


Sarah 


76, 


86 


Vernon Darius 


75, 


78 




120, 


123 


Vernon Darivis Jr. 


78, 


89 




131, 


Ihh 


Vernon Darius I 




89 






lU9a 


Viola 




123 


Sarah A, 




138 


Virgie Viola 


31, 


35 


Sarah Elfra 


51, 


63 


Vivian 




33 


Sarah Erar.-ia 




133 


Waity 




132 


Sarah, Jane 




127 


Walter B. 




i)n 


Sara Jane 


153, 


155 


Tfalter C. 


lU, 


lii2 


Sara Jane 


75, 


82 


Welshire . 


y 


Dill 


Scott 




12U 


Vfesley 




21 


Seymour Churchill 


26, 


27 


W. I, 




li;8a 


Sherman Otis 


137, 


Ihh 


Willard G, 




lk9 



xvii 



eixiot/elliott, 






FELLOWS, Peter 


11 


William 




9 


Priscilla 


8, 11 


William 


68, 


132 


Sarah 


8 


v;il].iam 




lU9a 


Warner 


8 


William H. 




Ii5 


William 


8 


Yfilliam Henry 




llil 


FEIITCN, Cordelia (Lynn) 


63 


William R, 


106, 


118 


Frank 


63 




53 


57 


iSyra. A. 


63 




58, 


59 


FIRTH, Mat tie 


17li 


Vfilliam Ray 




68 


FISH, Nathan 


158 


Yfillis Edwin 




102 


FISHER, Gladys 


116 


Xenia 


31, 


35 


FISK, Cap't. Squire 


161 


Zan mchael 




li;2 


Nancy 


161 


Zebulon 


7, 


9 


FITCH, Roswell 
Rosirell 


15, 20 
131 


ELLIS, Anna 




158 


FUT, Clara 


65 


LtLtta A, (— ) 




31 


FIEGEL, Dane Ryan 


92, 97 


ELY, A. B. 




111 


Fred 


92 


Amelia (Erick) 




m 


Heather 


97 


Lucy Elnola 




111 


Lee Ann 


92 


EIJDERS, Albert 




71 


Leorie (Hattis ) 


92 


Penny Sue 




71 


Lori 


97 


Richard A, 




71 


Marie 


92 


Richard Hal 




71 


Michael Y/ayne 


92, 97 


Sue E. (Payne) 




71 


Pamella 


92 


ENGEL, Lena 




176 


Wayne 


92 


ENGLISH, Jean 




Uh 


FLEMING, Ella Bumema 


li;7 


ERICK, Amelia 




m 


FIEMJING, Harriet 


8U 


ERICKSON . Katherine 


(Kate) 


lli5b 


FIETCHER, Betty 


35 


ERIAIIN, Mrs. 




210 


FLINT, Cap't. Elisha 


120 


EUPER, Nancy 




196 


Sophia 


120 


EVINGHAM, Frances 




uo 


FOUND, John 
Lina 


1)i8b 
lli8b 


FABUilN, Alice 




198 


Mary P. (— ) 


lli8b 


FALIS, Rose 




99 


FOOTE, James L. 


166 


FARST, George 




m 


FORD, Hannah Ann 


132 


Harriet Elizabeth 




111 


Jerusha (Cornish) 


132 


Martha Ellen (Nevins) 


111 


John 


132 


FP:ATHERBY, James 




220 


FOREST, Joseph John 


3ii 


FELLavS, David 




8 


Joseph Mason 


3li 


Deborah 




6 


FORSYTHE, Luther 


23 


Elnathan 




8 


FORTNER, Enna Spesler 


ll;0 


Ephraim 




8 


FOSTER, Fanr^ 


120 


Hopestin 




8 


FOX, Dorothy 


h 


Isaac 




8 


FRANKS, Virginia 


69 


Joannah (Brown) 




8 


FREEMAN, Brenda 


lii2 


Joseph 




6 


Marvin 


ll;9 


Lydia 


8, 


11 


FRICK, Zerelda E. 


131 


Mary 




8 


FRTETAG, Alta (Berry) 


68 


Mercy 




8 


Fred 


68 


Nathaniel 




8 


Helen Francel 


68 



xviii 



Fin.LRR, Betty 


197 


GTIJJS, Archibald 




li43 


Orlando G, 


1?9 


Europhronia (Mclnnis) 




lli3 


Sally A. (— ) 


120 


Sarah 




Ui3 


I'UNCIITON, Donald 


172 


CILFASON, Nonnella Augusta 


iiO 


Donnie 


172 


NormEUi 




llO 


Josephine 


172 


GLOVER, Helen Francel (Frietag) 68 


FUIJK, Ann (~) 


67 


GQATLEY, Iris Winona 




1U7 


David 


87 


liargaret 




lii7 


Ina me 


87 


GOLBY, Elizabeth 




165 


FURIIAN, Alfred 


6U 


Sarah (—) 




165 


Ella (Dean) 


6ii 


William 




165 


Estella 


6k 


GOLDSTON, WilUe Lucille 
GOODEMOOT, Frances 




96 
219 


GADD, Eula Irene 


II18 


GOOD?J"IN, Susie Boardman 




I18 


GAIGE, Rev. H. G. 


85 


GORE, Hannah 




158 


GAINES, Dorothy (Fox) 


h 


GORTON, 




139 


GALE, Augustus L. 


13 


GOULD, Betsey 




126 


Debra 


k2 


Sarah 


22, 


135 


Ida 


2U 


r f 


127, 


133 


GALLUP, Daniel N. 


13 


GRACE, Catherine P. 




70 


GALVIN, Edward H. 


96 


GRAHAM, Colleen A» (Boland) 


lli5e 


Mary (Connor) 


96 


GR^NT, Mary 




38 


Rene Anne 


96 


GRAVES, Aaron 




223 


Shawn Patrick 


96 


GREEN, Ella 




83 


Timothy 


96 


Kathryn 




87 


Vfilliam Edward 


96 


J&rgaret 




219 


GAITOER, Carrie 


65 


Sally 




61 


GARDMER, Donald Leslie I96, 


199 


Uncle 


S\X' 


62 


Elizabeth 


6 


GREENE, Deborah 




229 


Creorge M. 


196 


GREENMAN, Josephine 




100 


Grace Eleanor I96, 


199 


GRICE, Sarah L. (—) 




73 


Lucy 


12 


GRUTIN, Margaret 




22li 


Lynda Marie 


199 


GRIFFITH, AlTiiyra 


168, 


I7U 


Robert Leslie 


199 


Alvin 0. 


169, 


171 


GARRETSOM, Frances 


172 


Barbara Jean 




172 


Mary 


170 


Beatrice 




17U 


GARST, Catherine 


lli7 


Charles 




169 


GASHAW, Nelson S. 


U16 


Cyrus 


175, 


176 


GASSER, Marian Ann 


219 


Cyrus L. 


168, 


175 


GATES , Mjr.-Gen. Horatio 


7U 




61- 


61i 


GAULT, Aljna (Pierce) 


170 


Dale Ralph 




172 


John 


170 


Dorinda 




173 


Minnie B, 


170 


Dorothea Irene 


170, 


172 


GEHGMAGEL, Fred 


99 


Dwight Noel 




171 


GIBBOMS, Carl 


36 


Edward 




22 


Donald 


36 


Elizabeth Ann 




170 


Marie 


36 


Elma 


175, 


176 


Violet (— ) 


36 




176, 


177 


V/ells 


36 


Elma Louise 


175 


176 


GILBO, Saul 


51; 


Emelyne 


' ^ y 


173 


GILLESPE, Belle 


118 


Emma 




61 



XIX 



OTFiTH, Ethere (—) 




173 


Ezbon 


175, 


176 


Freda Loviise 


170, 


172 


George 




169 


Grace E, 


169, 


170 


Hannah 


168, 


173 


Harriet 




169 


Helen G, 


169, 


171 


Henry- 




169 


Henry 


173, 


nh 


Jack David 




171 


James 




169 


Jaines K. 


169, 


170 


James Oniisby 




171 


Jane Louise 




171 


Jesse A, 


169, 


170 


John 


168, 


173 


John 




169 


John Silas 




171 


Joseph 


168, 


173 


Joannah _ ( — ) 




171 


Jtaia May- 


175; 


177 


Larry David 




171 


Lazanas 


1x6, 


166 


Leona A, 


176, 


177 


Lewis 


169, 


170 
61 


Lewis E. 


169, 


170 


Lewis George 




168 


Lola Ann 




172 


Lufilla C. 


169, 


171 


Maiy 




173 


Mary Ann 




172 


Mary Ann ( — ) 




168 


Mary Ellen 




172 


Ifeud 




169 


Michael 




172 


Nancy 




172 


Nancy C, 




169 


Norman T. 


169, 


170 


Orv-ille J. 


169, 


171 


Paul Ronald 


171, 


172 


Phoebe 


h6, 


168 


Pris cilia A* (— ) 




168 


PrLs cilia Ann 


171, 


173 


Ralph V. 


169, 


172 


Richard Garrets on > 




172 


Robert 




177 


Robert S, 




177 


Ronald 




172 



GRIFFITH, Sandra 


172 


Sarah 


168 


Sarah 


175, 177 


Sarah P, 


169 


Shirley 


172 


Silas J, 


169 


Stephen 


172 


Susan 


169, 172 


Terrance 


172 


Theron 


175 


Thomas 


172 


Timo-thy 


172 


Walter C. 


169, 171 


William 


168 


GROTOR, Joseph E, 


166 


GUILLTTiAND, Frances 


210 


Leslie 


210 


GUIMONT, Victoria 


157 


HACKETT, Gary 


iiO 


HAGAR, George Dewey 


i;9, 50 


George Milo 


1;8 


Joseph Michael 


50 


Fame Ha Diana 


50 


Patricia Ann 


50 


Robert De-wey 


ii9 


William Dewey 


50 


William De-vrey 


i;8, li9 


Voy Graceline 


U9 


HA IT, David S. 


21 


Lavinia 


21 


HALL, 


208 


Clyde 


209 


Harry 


209 


Max B. 


178 


L^yrtle 


209 


Retta May 


150 


Thankful 


225 


HAMILTON, Floret te 


121, 


George 


131; 


HAMP, Bemiece (Allen) 


221 


Darwin William 


221 


Deo Ann 


221 


Doiiglas 


221 


Roger 


221 


HAMPTON, Connie Kay 


9h 


HANDLEY, Clara (Flat) 


65 


Dorothy 


6^ 


Joseph C, 


65 


J. T. 


6$ 



XX 



HANEY, Forest 

Henry 

John Arthur 

Floyd 
HMJKS, Enoch 
HAMON, Frank 

George M. 

Susan (Xaviems ) 
HAHDER, Harriet 
HARDY, Clint 

Mary Lou 

Rett a Jean 
HARE, Decatur A, 

Janet (Brown) 

Retta May 
HARRBIGTON, Augusta 

Benjamin 

Benjamin Franlclin 

Betsey 

Donald 

Eugene 

Evelyn 

Frances M. 

Harr^'' Ney 

Isobel 

Joshua 

Joshua A, 

Marj' A. 

Reade E. 

Riley Wesley 

Simeon 

Thankful 

Thankful (Harrington) 

Thomas 

Victoria 
HARRISON, Alice 

Harlow I, 

Kenneth 

V/alter James 
HART, lerdLs 

Lj'dia Ann 
HARTLE, Itory 
HASKni,, 

Dennis 
HATCH, Mary 

Wesley 
HATTIS, Leorie 
HAWKER, Beverly 

MariljTi Rose 

Ralph 
HAV^TdUS, Allie 



201 


HAViKINS, Edvrard 


23 


211 


Elizabeth 


23 


211 


HAYIT,IAN, Charles 


171 


201 


Helen U. 171, 


173 


138 


HAYDEN, Robert 


71 


116 


HAYES, 


33 


116 


Agnes 


102 


116 


Fern 


178 


iia 


Linda 


120 


152 


Rutherford B, 


120 


152 


HAYNIE, Hazel G. (~) 


102a 


152 


La Rue 


102a 


150 


Leonard I;!, 


102a 


150 


HAZEN, Mildred (McLean) 


1;8 


150 


HEFLIN, William 


79 


125 


HEINEMAM, Minnie 


133 


125 


HI'^INZE, Bertha 


187 


125 


Delia B, 


187 


125 


Minna 


187 


la 


Sarah 18 7, 


193 


125 


Y/illiam C, 


187 


125 


IffiLniAlJ, Eva 


86 


128 


HELMICK, Phoebe A, 


1U7 


128 


HELSBIGER, Li la 


188 


128 


Hl^NRY, 


151 


125, 127 


mm'OOD, Emma Jane (Hiss) 


202 


127 


Fern l&xine 


202 


125 


HERRINGTON, Keven 


197 


125 


Kim 


197 


128 


HETZNER, William B. 


99 


125 


HIGHLEY, Charles 


192 


125, 127 


HILEI.fAN, Betty Rae 


180 


125, 127 


UJMSf Lois Persis 


lk7 


125, 127 


H INKLE Y, Nancy 


126 


125 


HINMAN, Rev, Mrs, P. C. 


7U 


31 


Scoville 


Hi 


31 


HISS, Emma Jean 


202 


31 


HISSaiG, IlllianMae 


96 


31 


HO, Donald 


193 


12 


Thcjnas , Dr, 


193 


12 


HOADLEY, Charles 


218 


65 


HQAG, Alice Marella 


166 


211 


HQAGLAND, Melba 


81 


211 


HOBS ON, Lois 


12li 


2 


HODGES, Hazel K. 


66 


26 


HOFFMAN, Ernest 


167 


92 


HOFSTRA, Johannah 


112 


37 


HOGARTY, John W. 


llj.5a 


37, I4O 


HOLCOMB, Levi 


138 


37 


HOU'EN, 


163 


166 


Catherine 


228 



xxi 



HOLDRP'.DGE, Content 




11 


HOUTZ, Mae 




118 


Deborah 5j 


7, 


10 


HOVAR, Cecil 




66 


Desire 




11 


HOVENS, Louisa 




210 


Dorothy- 


5, 


86 


HOTARD, Ellsworth 




h9 


Grace Belle 




123 


George W, 


U8, 


U9 


Hope still 


5, 


8 


Lola 


U8, 


i;9 


Lydia 




5 


Martha 




177 


Nathaniel 




5 


HaVE, 




123 


Patience 




5 


Carol 




la 


Sabra 




11 


HOWLAND, Sherm 




197 


Samtiel 


5, 


8 


HUBBARD, Hugh 




158 


Tabitha 


5, 


7 


June (Latham) 




158 


Temperance 




5 


lydia 




158 


Thankful 




5 


HUDSPETH, Richard A, 




U5d 


Thomas 




5 


HUGHES, J. 




162 


Tlilliam 


5, 


159 


HULL, Alice (Pendill ) 


208, 


2n 


HOLLY, Hopestill 




1 


Hazel 




?n 


John 




11 


HmiGERFORD, Henry D. 




13 


Joseph 




1 


HUNT, Armenia M. 




lb5 


Mary 




1 


Delia Mae 




139 


HOLMFS, Nellie 




216 


Ethel M. 




68 


HOLT, Oliver Franklin 




lU5c 


HUNTER, Gertrude (Bailey) 


198 


HOLTaJ, Joseph 




165 


Kathleen Mable 




198 


Sarah Jane 




155 


Philip 




196 


HOLTZHESIER, 




189 


HUNTINGTON, Col. Jed 




h 


HOOK, Humphrey 




10 


HUSTED, Dale Lloyd 




87 


HOPKINS, Gap't. 




226 


Lila 




197 


Claud 




188 


Robert Gale 




87 


Ernest 




188 


Wila Jean 




87 


George F, 




188 


HUTCHIMS, 




166 


Hiram 




188 


HUTCHINSON, Hazel 




170 


L. J. 




188 








Maud 




188 


INGRAHAM, Erastus 




29 


Sarah (Mershnet) 




188 


Lo\iella May 




29 


HORN, Eljner 




213 


Mary Jane (Palmer) 




29 


Inez 


185, 


213 


INl-IAN, Mahalia 


187, 


192 


Kit (— ) 




213 


Marion 




187 


HOHNBECK, Ada (Cox) 




78 


IREUND, Mary (—) 




158 


Lewis 




78 


Samuel 




158 


Virginia Eulalia 




78 


IRISH, Delia 




150 


HOnSELE'.Y, William 




161; 


IRVING, Eliza Jane (Sheldon) 


71. 


HOOTON, Dora A, 




31; 






162 


George W, 




26 


George W, 




162 


Mary E. 




25 


Robert 




162 


HOTCHKISS, 




23 


I7allace 




162 


7 

Mary 




36 


William Henry 




162 


HOUGH, Ward 




70 








HOUGHTON, George 




U3 


JACKSON, Elden Michael 




218 


HOUSEHOLDER, Lucy 




212 


Elden Neale 




218 


HOUTZ, Belle (Gillespe) 




118 


Homer Lee 




218 


Clinton 




118 


Nora Belle (Crowe 




61; 



XXXI 



JACKSON, Sallie Kay 


218 


KI'INB RIGHT, Betty Marie 


(AgnerO 


50 


Shellie Leone 


218 


KENDALL, Cynthia 




ii3 


Susan Carol 


218 


Luke 




h3 


Thelma (Jankson) 


218 


KIl^DRICK, Nancy 




121 


V;'anda 


70 


ke;nt. 




28 


JACOBAS, Howard B. 


131 


ICENYON, Charles H. 




lU 


Jacqvieline D» 


131 


KESLING, Clarence 




187 


JA?.7,S, 


6, l6o 


George 




187 


JAQUES, George Henry 


133 


Leona 




187 


JEMKITC, Ethel Leota 


72 


Y:inona 




187 


JENKS, MarLe 


151 


KETCHAM, Almira 




13l4 


JEIiNER, 


29 


KETCHUTJ, Dorcus M. {—) 




28 


JENNINGS, Bertha 


69 


Rev, Elliott 




28 


William 


11*9 


John 




28 


JOHNSON, Ethel 


192 


Laura 




28 


Thomas 


125 


KIDD, Earl 




ll;3 


Thomas J.I., Dr. 


126 


KILL, Mary 




202 


JCilF^, liyrtle Eugenia 


78 


KH.ffiALI,, Prudence 




5 


Robert 


33 


KBB.IEL, Alice Orphelia 




76 


Ruth 


3U 


Alonzo 




76 


JOYCE, Anna Elizabeth 


101 


Archie 


76, 


85 


JUr.'D, Alice EUiott 


llt8a 


Beulah 


76, 


86 


Dariiis Charles 


HiSa 


Brian Lee 




9h 


David Charles 


lii8a 


Carol Jean 




93 


Edv/ard Luman 


llt8a 


Christine June 




93 


Elizabeth Elliott 


lii8a 


Clinton Alonzo 


76, 


85 


Emily I'arie 


liiSa 


David Alan 




93 


Lily May 


lliSa 


Donna 




85 


Lucy Elizabeth 


1)|8a 


Duane Mil ford 


85, 


93 


'Jilliara Henry 


li;8a 


Ellen Leslie 
Flossie 




93 

86 


KAPUN, Axie (Catlin) 


153 


Harold 




86 


KAUFFl'AN, Beatrice M. 


202 


Ivan Eugene 


85, 


9h 


KAIFMAN , Donavon 


213 


James Edgar 




93 


Ylalter Crav/f ord 


213 


James Richard 


85 


9h 


KECK, Sarah 


186 


Jana Lee 




9h 


KEEZER, Ann Elizabeth 


205 


Jeffery Michael 




93 


John 


205 


Karen Ann 




93 


Sarah 


205 


Tester Clinton 


85, 


93 


KEIFER, Belva 


70 


Paul Eleod 




76 


KEII,ER, Dan Alvin 


96 


Phebe (— ) 




76 


Daniel Alvin 


96 


Ronald Arthur 




93 


Jacob LaVeme 


97 


Rose Mary 


85, 


9h 


Nikki Lorili 


97 


Ruth Arlene 


85 


9h 


IVillie Xucile (Goldston) 


96 


Sheila Margaret 


•^ 7 


93 


KEI,T.EY, 


163 


Sharilyn Ann 


85, 


9h 


Katherine 


157 


Susan Leslie 




93 


Kitty 


217 


Tromian 




85 


Sally 


163 


IVanieta Elaine 


85, 


93 


KET.IPTON, HOT/ard 


35 


KBKl, "Annis 


•^ J 


161 



XXIXX 



KBIG, Charles 




li3 


LAMPK, Bradley Penrod 


IPO 


George 




16U 


Timothy Tailiam 


180 


KHIGSLEY, Ifery 




209 


T/Tilliam Cresse 


179 


KDJSI.IAN, 




125 


William Sims 17 9, 


180 


Augvista 




126 


LAJ.TPHERE, Daniel 


liU 


Austin D. 




126 


Elliott 


hh 


Bliss 




126 


LAITOON, Daniel 


5 


David 




126 


LANGTON, v;illiam 


lh5a 


KIPP, Shirley 




38 


UTHAM, r 123, 


158 


KIHBY, 




76 


Jane 


158 


KISER, Glide Harrison 




77 


UTHROP, Brian 


91. 


Judy Lyim 




87 


Esban 


91 


Randy Dale 




87 


Lee C, 


91 


Robert Glide 


77, 


86 


Lisa 


91 


Romannus 




77 


Lorri Ann 


91 


Sara Jane (Silvers) 




77 


LAUGHLIN, Anna 


130 


Shirley Ann 


77, 


87 


LAURENCE, Sarah (Smith) 


223 


Terry Glide 




87 


John 


223 


KJOU.SR, Einar 




lilt 


LAYTON, Jennie (Y/hitcoiab) 


no 


Ella (— ) 




nil 


Maurice 


32 


Vema 




llU 


Sherman 


no 


KDiGG, vailiam 




178 


Tylor 


no 


KIJ5PFER, Molly 




157 


Vivian (Colyer) 


32 


KLniG, Frank 




222 


LEACH, Elmer 


99 


KLUflaiALER, Karine !/largaret 


92 


Frank 


99 


Benjamin Henry 




92 


Jane 


122 


Llarie Glarissa (Patters 


on) 


92 


Marie (T&lliams) 


73 


KNAPP, GalvinW, 


80, 


98 


TKARY, Cora May I9I, 


196 


Elizabeth 


185, 


207 


Harry J. 


191 


Eugene 


S2, 


98 


Ruth Maybelle 


151 


Ladd 




96 


LEAVELL, Holland 


216 


Loderaa (Deemy) 


56, 


S8 


LEE, 


20 


KNICKERBOCKER, Wallace 




166 


Agnes 


50 


Wesley 




166 


Ifergaret (Kohler) 


181+ 


KQEFFMAtl, 




I81i 


LeMAT., Frank 


100 


KOHLER, Charles 




181+ 


lEMING, John A, 


II16 


mry (Millard) 




181; 


IMjinie Elizabeth 


11x6 


KRUTH, Elner Marie 




153 


LESLIE, Helen 


129 


KUBE, William Jr. 




152 


LETAURHEAU, Amy Elizabeth 


198 


KULLRRIilAN, Nina 




151 


Kelly Elizabeth 


198 


KUTCHI>]Y, Gaylord 




71 


Loriie Nicole 


198 


Karla Kay 




71 


Ron Andrew 


196 


KUZAWA, Dorothy 




96 


LEWIS, Celestina 

Ell jean H, 


153 

220 


LADD, Grace 




133 


Janet Elizabeth 150, 


152 


lAHEY, Richard 




IhSc 


Lena 


201 


LAIRD, Carrie Ethel (Shaylor) 


102 


LILLIE, Annie E, 


U7 


LAIGY, Sarah E. 




102 


Emma Jane II4.6, 


IMI 


LAAIARUE, Beth 




38 


Henry D. 


lli6 


LAMB, James L. 




Ui5 


Marie Edith 


li;6 


vailiam 




31 


Susamnah (Phillips) 


1)|6 



XXIV 



LILLP:, Vlilliam Enos 




IU6 


V/illiam Franklin 




IU6 


LBCOLN, Louise 




73 


LBIDSAY, 




32 


LBIDSEY, Ola 




215 


LINEVJEAVER, Edna 




66 


LIZOTTE, Steven 




liO 


LQAR, Elmer H. 




66 


Hazel (Hodges) 




66 


Ka -0117.71 A, 




66 


LORD, Rev, Hezekiah 




6 


LOTT, Bemiece 


192, 


197 


Chester 


192, 


197 


Dale 




192 


Donald 




197 


Howard 




197 


Robert 




192 


LOVTCLI., Donna Jeanne 




2lli 


LOi'IE, Bessie E. (Potts) 




6U 


La-fERY, Phyllis 




217 


LUCE, 




133 


LUKE, Andrew Johnson 




lli^b 


August 




lk$b 


Charles Alfred 




lii5b 


Charles Robert 


216, 


Ih^e 


Elsie Elvira 


lli5b. 


lU5c 


Ellen Virginia 




lli5d 


Frederick Theodore 


llt5. 


lli?d 


Harriet Louise 


ll;5b, 


lU5d 


Harry August 


llt5b. 


lU5d 


Ittai Albert 




lii5b 


Jajnes Huntington 




lii5e 


John 




11^^ 


Kathe rine (E ricks on ) 




lii^b 


?iargaret Cecile 




lli5d 


I'ary Herschel 




lU5d 


Mildred Dewey 


ihSb, 


lii^d 


Peter Jonathan 




lli5e 


Robert Elliott 




l\6e 


Pxiberta Ann Cecile 




lli5e 


Theressa Katherine 


lit5b. 


lU5c 


Tilda 




114% 


LUNDAY, Helen 




212 


LUX, Denice M. 




220 


Gary Lee 




220 


George 




220 


Fame 11a Ann 




220 


Patricia r^arie 




220 


Steven SAvard 




220 


LUIETER, Fern IJaxine (Henwood) 


202 


LYI.ttN, Lyrm Cordelia 




63 



LYI,IAN, Mary 




135 


LYOMS, Clara (McMurtie) 




68 


Elaine Loretta 




68 


Lois 




171 


Loretta 




68 


Polly 




no 


Ray H. 




68 


IfeicARTHUR, Gen, Douglas 




113 


I'AHAIIEY, 




115 


MAHAR, Agnes 




207 


Bernard Leo 


210, 


nh 


Darwin 




213 


David 




209 


John 




210 


John Bernard 




207 


Joseph Mchael 


210, 


211; 


Magdalen Louise 


210, 


2Ui 


Haik 




nh 


Martha Agnes 


210, 


au 


Mchael 


207, 


a3 


Michael Aaron 


207, 


209 


Robert Michael 


210, 


a3 


Thomas Eugene 


210, 


21U 


Thomas I.faric 


207, 


209 


Winifred Maud (— ) 




209 


I!AII>I, Ezekiel 




2 


Jeremiah 




2 


Mary (Hatch) 




2 


MALEK, Joseph Charles 




9U 


L!onte Joseph 




^ 


Tajmny Daroi 




9h 


MALZAHN , John 




50 


Ida (Burgess) 




50 


Mildred 




50 


MAl^CHESTER, Ethel M, (Hunt) 


68 


Llargaret C, 




68 


vanis H. 




68 


I.milDEVILIE, Cap't, 




20 


Meal 




35 


MAIIGUS, Alva Dell 




1U7 


Caroline L. (— ) 




lii? 


Catherine (Garst) 




li;7 


Clarence Elroy 




1U7 


Clifford Arthur 




Ihl 


fjeorge Rimnett 




1U7 


George Washington 




lii7 


Glenn Howard 




U7 


Harold Sylvis 




lii7 


Jo Clare 




II18 


Luther Leonard 




lii7 



xxv 



I.M.HGUS, Marlyn 

Preston Young 

Raj'- Edward 

Richard Taft 

William 

William Franklin ll;7, 

William Paricer 
IIANN, John 
MPES, Emeline 
mRKHAM, Clare 

Lucy 

Mable 186, 

l^yrtle 

Wesley 
mRMARD, Abigail 
MRSH, Eliza Ann (Bennet) 

James Henry 

Nathan 

Ralph 

Rufiis B» 
T.IARTHY, Ernestine 
LIA.RraJ, Edward 

Manas sah 

Rene (Haas ) 
MRTZHEIM, Jean Paul 

Kristofer 

Paul 
FAS ON, Amelia 
msSEY, Hazel 
I.1ATHES0N, William 
MATTER, Lola Loraine 
MAYER, Nellie 
Mccarty, Loammi 

Louisa (Havens) 

Mary 

Margaret Elizabeth 

Col. Hugh 
Ellen 



McCAULEY, 
LIcCLELLAN, 
McCOMBER, 
HcCOOL, 
McCRELLIS, 
William 
lIcDIAR-'ID, 
Colonel 
Dale 
Devilo 
Hale 
Harold 
Julia A, 
Lucretia 
Niles 
Voight 



Margaret 
Angeline 



1U8 Mcdonough, Patrick L. ill; 

Hi? William 113 

Ukl McFADDEN, Martha (— ) 205 

1MB William 205 

lii? McINl^IS, Euphronia HO 

li|8 MCKAY, J. B. 72 

ll;8 McKENNHI , 35 

l6l McLEAN, Mildred UB 

133 MCMICHAEI5, Marian 118 

186 McMURTIE, Clara 68 

186 McRAE, George 179 

192 Ruby (—) 179 

186 Ruth Marjorie 179 

186 McRAY, Flora li;6 

223 ?.EADE, Permelia 28, 122 

133 MEDDOCK, Nora 51 

133 liEECH, Blanch D. 65 

133 Carrie (Gander) 65 

153 Peter 65 

25 MEEKER, 166 

66 lERILUT, Edward 66 

229 Ernestine (Marthy) 66 

229 Lauren C. 66 

78 MERRIELE, Sarah Jane 168 

la MERRY, Martha E. (Walton) 102 

la MERTZ, Gene 199 

lil Leslie Jean 199 

27 MERWIN, Daniel 225 

188 - Elizabeth A, (— ) 225 

22 Joannah 225 

li;7 Joseph 136 

210 IffiTCALF, John 182 

210 Rachel 182, 221 

210 MEYERS, Anna 208 

210 MIDGE, Augusta Rose 18 9 

I2i5a Ray 18 9 

221; MKESELL, Lorena 85 

25 Patrick 85 

186 lOLLARD, Mary 181; 

221; MILLER, Catherine Mary 35 

10 Evelyn (Daniels) 35 

212 Harry 65 

212 Joseph 35 

212 Josie B. 65 

212 Marian 199 

212 Mary (Hartle) 65 

212 William 115 

207 MILIS, 27 

212 MINCH, 113 

212 I.nHCY, Ray 209 

212 MINER, Esther 33 



xxva 



MUrER, Henrj-- L. 




lli 


MOULTOH, Pearl 




156 


?miOR, Joseph (J. P.) 




5 


Randolph 




155 


MOGG, John 




161; 


Sarah Elizabeth 




155 


Mary Jane (Janie) 




l61i 


Walden 




155 


MONNEU., Bertha (Bailey) 




135 


Yfilliam 


15U, 


156 


Charles Arvld 




135 


MOUSER, Eric 




217 


Ethel Louise 




32 


Richard 




217 


Francis G, 




135 


V^illiam 




217 


George I. 




135 


^Tilnet 




a7 


Harriet B. 




135 


MUIR, Emeretta (Roberts) 




207 


Harry Cornish 




136 


I.fULCAHEY, James 




100 


Maud Capilalia 




136 


MUl'ISOM, Abraham 




173 


Salome Elliott 




135 


Lazarus 




173 


Samuel John 




136 


Stephen 




173 


MaiRCE, Daniel I^slie 


129, 


130 


I.IURRAY, Claud 




218 


Dsright 


129, 


130 


Deborah 




219 


Helen 


129, 


130 


Dorothy (Robbins) 


/■ 


218 


James Allen 




90 


Raymond 




218 


Lucy Chrisraan 




130 


Robert 




218 


Patricia 




130 


Rodney 




219 


Rollsuid Graeme 




129 


MURli'Y, Alonzo (Lon) 


115, 


116 


Holland Graeme HI 




129 


Christopher 58, 


109, 


115 


Sabrieski 




129 


Clara M. 




116 


Samuel 




129 


Cornelius 


109, 


115 


MOOHEY, 


112, 


113 


Ina Belle 




116 


MOORE, George 




187 


Jesse 




115 


MOHDEII, Ethel Louise 




37 


John 


115, 


116 


Harry 




37 


Maiy (Cahill) 


109, 


115 


MOPEY, David 




51 


IIUTHERSPAUGH, Susie 




U9 


MORRIS, Mildred 




176 


LffiiRS, Maiy 




78 


MORRIS OH, Lota 




ll;8 


MYRE, Mariah 




18U 


MOULTON, 




15U 








Agnes 




15U 


■ NACHTREDE, George 




181 


Anson 


15U, 


156 


NAYLOR, Henrietta 




66 


Daniel 




I51i 


WE^'F, Carl I. 




213 


Eliza Ann ( — ) 




156 


Harold Edward 




a3 


Elizabeth 


155, 


156 


Otto 




213 


Ella L. 




155 


NEISCN, Rose Elizabeth 




13ii 


Ernest 




151; 


Ruth E. 




100 


George 


151., 


155 


NEPHIER, Harland 




153 






156 


NEVINS, Martha Ellen 




m 


George R. 




155 


Opal 




50 


Hazel 




156 


NE\^/TCK, Heniy 




207 


Isobel (~) 




I51i 


Lina 




70 


Inez (Ina) 




155 


Rev, Roger 




1»3 


James 




155 


NIEMAN, Bemeda Mary- 




93 


Julia F. 




155 


Cindy Lou 




93 


Linda 




156 


Debbie Lee 




93 


Mable 


82, 


153 


Ida Iferi-e 




95 




151, 


155 


Michael James 




93 


Otto 




155 


Robert Eugene 




93 



X3cvii 



niRMK, Russell William 




93 


Timothy James 




95 


IimSEN, Ammie 




m 


WILES, Naomi 




132 


NOGLE, Maiy Ann 




182 


NOLL, Bertha (— ) 




a? 


Dorothy- 




217 


Homer 




217 


NOimLS, Doris 




219 


NORTOI^, Ifery 




220 


NOYES, Rev, James 




5 


Nathan 




n 


0' BOYLE, Onalee Ann 




93 


O'DELL, Charles W. 


185, 


188 


Delia (Delia) 


185, 


187 


Delia 




188 


Dorothy 




187 


Frank 




188 


Helen Louise 




187 


Henry 


185, 


187 


James 


185, 


188 


Johnie E, 




185 


Latonia May 


185, 


188 


Mary R. 


185, 


187 


Nellie D. 


185, 


188 


Nellie 




187 


Pearl 




187 


ITilbur 




185 


O'DELT.S, I,lar3^ 




206 


OLIVER, George William 




201 


OL.MSTEAD, Agnes (Hayes) 




102 


Berdette Rozem 




102 


Lillian May 




102 


ORDITAY, Nehemiah 




10 


ORRICK, Rozella E. 




li;5d 


OSBOH.', Noel 




69 


Shirley L. 




69 


Virginia (Franks) 




69 


OSGOOD, William 




10 


OS MAN, Mary Alberta 




1U6 


06TROM, Rev, Charles Preston 


82 


Effie Steffeny (Boyer) 




82 


Evelyn Mary 




82 


Lucy A, 




128 


Lulu 




82 


Samuel 




129 


PACICARD, Helen 




65 


PACKER, Abigail (Avery) 
Amy 


15, 


159 
159 



(-) 



PACKER, Desire 

James 

Joannah 

John 
PADDLEFORD, Adelia 

Edgar 

Edith 

Henry 

Nancy 

Nelson 
PAGE, Adeline 

Alice 

Aim 

Bela 

Chauncey C, 

Diademia 

Esther Lusina (Betsey) 

Eugenia 

Eugene A, 

Henry 

Jared 

Jared 

Joanna (Mervdn) 

Julia Ann 

Julius 

Luman 

Lydia (Bristol) 

Marcus 

Maiy (—) 

I.Iindwell (• 

Nancy 

Ransom 

Rufus 

Samuel 

Sherman 

Stephen 

Timothy 

William A, 
PALAIAN, Goldie 
PALT.IF'^R, Daniel (J.P.) 

Israel 

Mary 

Mary Jane 
PAD/IETER, Anna 
PAREY, Brenda Sue 

Byron 

Douglas Allen 

Gerald Ernest 

Roger Ernest 
PARINGO, Abigail 
PARKE, Abigail E. 



■) 



15, 159 

159 

136 

15 

21 

21 

20, 21 

21, 135 
20, 21 

21 
226 
127 
127 
127 
127 
226 
137, 225 
127 
226 
225 

225, 227 
137, 226 

225 
226 

Ha, 225 

225 

226, 137 
225 
226 
225 
225 

225, 226 
225 
225 
225 
127 
225 
225 
152 
7 
7 

165 

29 
3 

39 
39 
39 
i;2 
38 
10 
159 



5, 



39, 



XXVlll 



PARKER, Eliphalet 

Freuik Vfadsworth 

Hannah (Bassett) 

Hannah (Beach) 

Joannah 22^, 

John 

Lota (Morrison) 

Rutli Abigail 
PAi&S, C:mis Henry 

David 

Isadore 

William 
PARI.Et'JTER, S eth 
PARREH, Iferietta (Majine) 
PArSOlJS, Aaron 
PARTRIDGE, Bly 

Daniel B. 52- 55, 

Edward hi, hQ, 

George hi, 

Lottie hi, 

I.lary Ann hi. 

Pearl h9, 

Sarah (— ) hi, 

Vemey hi, 

V.'illiam I, 50, 

PATTERS nil, l.Sarie Clarissa 
PAT.BON, Debra Lynn 

Leon 

Richard Yfesley 

Scott Richard 
PAYIIE, Sue E. 
PEACH, Billy I^le 

Doris Elaine 78, 

Evelyn Jojtje 78, 

Frank 

Lloyd Frajik 

I.Iarian Louise 78, 

J.^ary (Meyers) 

Ifelvin Iloyd 78, 

Ronald Lee 

Timothy Alan 
PEASE, Linda (Hayes) 
PELHAM, Shirley L. (Osbom) 
PENCE, Ellen 
PENDUL, Alice I.I. 208, 

Ellen (— ) 

Janes 
PHTOLETai, V/illiam 
PEMMEIGTOH, Elaine 

Floyd 

Joan 



226 

ll;8 

226 

226 

226 

226 

118 

ll{8 

23 

23 

23 

23 

Hi? 

167 

lli5a 
h9 
hi 
51; 
5h 

he 

50 

Sh 
Sh 
51 
92 
88 
88 
88 
88 

71 

78 

88 

88 

78 

78 

88 

78 

88 

88 

88 

120 

69 

li;5 

211 

208 

208 

158 

216 

216 

216 



PEIJNINGTON, Karen 




216 


Lester 




216 


Lonnie Dean 




216 


Lynn 




216 


Martha 




216 


Nellie (Holmes) 




216 


Vaughn 




216 


PEN ROD, Peggy Ann 




180 


PERRBf, Minnie R, 




67 


FETIilRSON, Ruth 




30 


PETIT, Ann Olive 




79 


PETTYS, Charles E. 




26 


PHELPS, Rose 




197 


PHILLIPS, Abigail 




161 


Ann (King) 




161 


Samuel 




161 


Susannah 




li;6 


PIERCE, Alma 




170 


Bradley 




216 


Caroline Bell 




27 


Eda G, 




209 


Emily L. 




27 


Guy 




27 


Harold 




lii2 


Harry 




216 


John V. 




27 


Katie Bell 




27 


May Estelle 


27, 


29 


Myrtle (Shepherd) 




216 


Nicholas 




27 


Normdii 


216, 


217 


Ross 




27 


P3ERCEY, Betty (Vincent) 




50 


Dianna Kay 




50 


Elven E» 




50 


PITTS, Levi 




27 


PLANT, Erwin L. 


63, 


66 


Henrietta (Naylor) 




66 


Stephen D. 




66 


Vera L. 




66 


POLLARD, Joseph 




5 


POIWIUS, Maiy C, 




63 


PORTF.R, Charles 




I^ 


Charles 




222 


Cora 




222 


Delia 




222 


Ernie 




222 


Eveline 58- 


59, 


108 


Harvey 




222 


Herman 




222 


John 




222 



XXLX 



rORlT''.}?, Olive 


222 


R/VNGER, 


189 


Ozins 


222 


RA.THBONT';, Rev. John 


8 


fi'ebecca 


200 


Mary 


159 


Thomas 


222 


Valentine, RBv, 


7 


IVi 1 liam 


222 


RATHBUN, James 


217 


POTTKlf,, Nathaniel 


6 


John 


217 


POTTS, Bessie E, 


6ii 


Rev. Leo 


217 


Frank 


6U 


Marie 


217 


Susan (Dixon) 


61t 


Michael 


217 


PCTffiLL, Hattie Elvira 


ll;7 


Rosa ( — ) 


217 


Horace 


163 


RATZA, Eddie 


150 


I'.ary Eva 


li;6 


PJ;ED, Nora 


221; 


PRAnDj]R, Diane 


218 


Sarah 


221; 


Douglas 


218 


REESE, llildred 


318 


Edith 


2h 


RESSEGfflE, Olivia A, 


78 


Emory 


215 


REYNOLDS, Charles 


167 


Harold 


215 


Donna 


37 


Harold J. 


215, 218 


RHODES, Anthony 


228 


Janet 


215, 218 


Catherine 


228 


June 


215, 218 


Charles 


19, 229 


Lola (—) 


215 




228 


Thomas 


2ii 


Deliverence 


229 


PRICE, Florence 


38 


Elisabeth 


228 


PRIOR, Alice 


21; 


Frances 


19, 229 


Elsie 


2h 


Holden 


229 


Frank 


2ii 


Jeremiah 


228 


George 


21; 


John 


228 


Jennie 


21; 


Joseph 


228 


lional 


21; 


Keziah 


159 


Robert 


2U 


Malachi 


228 


PROVOCST, S ajnuel 


13 


Vary 


228 


PRUTZrATI, 


113 


Mercy 


228 


PUGSIEY, Marian 


89 


Peleg 


228 


PUIiDUI;;, Effie 


166 


Peter 


229 


Jennie 


167 


Phoebe 


228 


PURDim, Kenneth 


216 


Rebecca 


228 


Madelyn l.ferie 


216, 220 


Rosalind 


228 


Rod Allen 


220 


Sarah (~) 


228 


Ptoger Charles 


216, 220 


T/ait 


228, 229 


Ron Eric 


220 


IVilliam 


228 


PYLP^, l/lary 


61; 


Zachariah 


228, 229 






RICE, 


212 


PABY, Arthur E. 


171 


RICHARTS, Clarence 


ll;6 


Dallas J. 


171 


George Francis 


ll;6 


Kathryn L. 


171 


James 


ll;6 


Leona ( — ) 


171 


Jennie C, 


T)i6 


Margaret Helen 


171 


Jessie 


1U6 


Nelson S, 


171 


Lewis 


ll;6 


I'^ACrlESS, Maxine 


170 


levds G, 


lli6 


PiAI>IDALL, John 


10 


TleUiG B. 


li;6 


Sarali 


10 


Rachel Ann (Disney) 


llt6 



XXX 



RICIIARas, Sarah Lotdsa 




ll;6 


RUOtiAVAARA, Scott Kenneth 


90 


Gilas Francis 




116 


Todd Elliott 




90 


RICIU^-RreON, Doris 




100 


RUSH, Barbara (Paine) 


I81i, 


200 


RIF'EIinKRn, Alma !!inerva 




131; 


Ebenezer 


181;, 


200 


Florence Irene 




131; 


Fidelia 




181; 


RIIEY, Elvira 




191 


Rebecca (Didty) 


181;, 


200 


John 




139 


Sarah Jane 


181;, 


200 


RiSlirn, Veljna 




171 


RUSSET-L, Ann Marie 




92 


RIVE":!A, T.tyra 




173 


Bingley 




83 


Thai is 




173 


Ella (Green) 




83 


Thcmas 




173 


Eugene Heal 


83, 


92 


Virginia 




173 


Juanita 


83, 


51 


RIVHTUHD, Dei: a T^ae (Hunt) 


139 


Mary Ilene 


83, 


93 


RODBBIS, Dorothy 




218 


Robert J, 


83, 


81; 


ROBF.ITC, Angeline 




208 


Stephen Eugene 




92 


CiJrtis 




207 


Susan Michelle 




92 


Edirard 




177 


Timothy Joh-n 




92 


Emeretta 




207 


RU'IHERFGRD, Celia 




ll;5a 


Eraa Lavonia 


177, 


175 


RUTU-^DGE, Belva (Kiefer) 




70 


Freelove ( — ) 




207 


Doyle 




70 


Helen 




78 


Franklin 




70 


Irene E. 




39 


Richard Roy 




70 


Lovisa nanette 


177, 


178 


Roberta 




71 


Lulu I'aj^ 


177, 


178 


Rodney 




71 


Martha (Hor/ard) 




177 


Ronald Roy 




70 


Merton Griffith 


177, 


179 


Roxanne 




70 


Peter 




177 


Roxanne Rochelle 




71 


ROBDIS, 




58 


RUZY, Dorothy (Kuzawa) 




96 


ROBINSOII, RLchard 




130 


Pa\jl 




96 


ROHDi;, Ella 




llj5d 


Shirley 




9^ 


ROOF, Janna Elizabeth 




ll\2 


RYAJI, Cora (Cobby) 




192 


Joel L. 




1U2 


James 1.!, 




ISl 


lisa EUiott 




11;2 


Paul 




191 


ROOT, Joshua 20, 


51, 


51; 


Margaret L. 




151 


Sophronia 




51 








RCSSITER, Rev. Ebene2«r 


9, 


10 


SALISBURG, C. H. 




103 




7, 


8 


Phila 




176 


ROUSIi, Frank 




21 


SALLIJST, Mary Joyce 




102a 


PhylD.is Irene 


211, 


216 


SA^JDERS, E]jner 




70 


ROYCE, ?iaiy 




226 


E. Wayne 




70 


RUTEEY, Bertha 




175 


Lena (Kewton) 




70 


Cora 




175 


SASS , Jeanette 




67 


Frank 




175 


SAIJKT3ERS, Alice Duf aus ) 




87 


Gayles 




175 


Alice Irene 


88, 


96 


Oracle 




175 


Barbara Louise 


88, 


96 


I-evris 




175 


Catherine Helen 


88, 


97 


Marvin 




175 


Lervd.s Lepard 


w 


87 


Matilda 




171; 


Theresa Jane 


88, 


3^ 


Olive 




175 


T'illiam lepard 


7 


87 


Rimrci!, ?:arcaret 




M 


SAUR!:, Emerance 




196 


RUOMVAJVRA, Kenneth Carl 




90 


SAV.TCLL, Joseph 




188 



xxxi 



SAWYIiiR, Alverda Tfeud 


65 


SHELDON, Nathan 


Helen (Packard) 


65 


Patience 


Jerome 


65 


Ruby 


John 


136 


Salome 


SCIIADT, Harold 


HiO 


Itelcome 


Gail Harold 


iho 


mniam 


Louise 


iho 


SlffiLIM'BARGER, Aa: 


Naomi 


ll;0 


Aaron 


Patricia 


Uo 


Aaron 


SCHAEFKR, Albert J. 


97 


Abraham (Abe) 


Margaret Ann 


97 


Abraham 


SCHATTER, Tillie 


212 


Abraham 


SCHUCHARDT, Albert Francis 


131. 


Acel 


SCHULTZ, Edna (Tineweaver) 


66 


Adam 


Frederick J. 


66 


Adam 


WilD.iam F. 


66 


Adrian 


SCHUSTER, U,, Dr. 


129 


Albert 


SCOTT, Estelle E. (Bunge) 


166 


Alice Freelove 


SEIRER, Nora 


207 


Alice M. 


SEMMR, Grace Itoble 


30 


Allen 


Hovfard J, 


30 


Alton 


Philena 


30 


Andrew J, 


SHAI..mUGH, Sarah 


173 


Anne 


SHARP, Agnes (Lee) 


50 


Arnold R, 


Leroy V, 


50 


Augusta Jane 


Vem 


50 


AugTosta Jane 


SHARl'E, Lettie Beatrice 


185 


Austin Chester 


SHAYI£)R, Andrew Fj. 


102 


Beth 


Carrie Ethel 


102 


Bernard 


George Y^. 


lOL 


Bemiece 


Jtiliette 


101 


Betty (— ) 


Olive (Claric) 


101 


Billy Lee 


SHELDON, Abigail 


161 


Billy Lee Jr. 


Abigail ( — ) 


161 


Bird 


Ainassa 


161 


Bridget 


Anne 


161 


Burr Oak 


Benjamin Franklin 


l62 


Buster 


Daniel Phillips ih, 


161 


Captain D, 


Daniel Phillips 162, 


163 


Captain Lee 


Deuteronomy 


162 


Caroline 


Elias 


162 


Cecils 


Elizabeth l6l. 


162 


Charles Burnett 


Eliza Jane 7^, 


162 


Christine 


Eliza Jane 


163 


Claud Chester 


Elmira 


162 


Cora May 


George 


162 


Cora my 


Hezekiah 


l6l 


C-ITUS 


Hulda 


162 


Daniel 


John Ihj 


l6l 


David 


John 


162 


David Otto 


Louise 


162 


Delilah 



161 

161 

161 

l6l 

162 

161 

182, 185 

182, 207 

209 

182, 183 

182, 190 

221 

212 

72, 182 

200, 203 

201, 202 
211, 215 

207 

209, 213 

219 

201 

207, 208 
I8ii 

191, 1°6 

185, 207 

208 

208, 213 
219 
207 
189 
196 

196, 198 
198 
207 
193 
186 

191, 193 

207, 209 
185, 189 

213 
209 

208, 212 
205 

213, 217 

185, 186 

190, 191 

208 , 210 

200 

217, 219 

201 

182 



XXXI 1 



SHELIEMRARGER, Denice 


(--) 


189 


SHELI03BARGER, Kenneth 


J. 


202 


Dennis D, 




202 


Keven 




219 


Diane LjTin 


218, 


221 


Keyno John 


196, 


199 


Donald 


212, 


217 


Kyle 




196 


Doris 




189 


Larry 




217 


Dorothy- 




182 


Laura 




205 


Dorothy Margaret 




207 


lavem 




191 


Eddie 




207 


Lee 


215, 


219 


Eddie Abraham 




185 


Lee V/illard 




206 


Elite 


196, 


198 


Lenore 


212, 


216 


Elizabeth Rachel 


1!^?, 


189 


Ijeroy 




212 


Elmer 


208, 


211 


Lillian 




189 


Emma 




18U 


Linda Kay 




217 


Erastus 




205 


Linus Edward 


207, 


209 


Erin June 




196 


liza Beth 




198 


Ervin Aaron 


185, 


139 


Lloyd 




189 


Eva I.KLe 


207, 


208 


Lottie Belle 




201 


Everett '.Vamer 


208, 


212 


Lucy 




205 


Franklin L. 


207, 


209 


Lucy Joan 


212, 


217 


Gar on 




182 


Lulu Belle 




189 


Gaiy 




193 


Liable Eudora 


208, 


211 


Gary Dean 


217, 


220 


Kahalia 




182 


General 




212 


!.:alinda 


182, 


18U 


Georj^e 


182, 


I8h 


I.iargaret Way 


185, 


189 


George A, 




18U 


• lark 




219 


Gertrude B, 




181; 


Marlene 




193 


Glada 




212 


I'lartha 




205 


Golda Relle 


189, 


193 


I.'artha Louise 


212, 


216 


Grant 




189 


L^artin J. 




181; 


Grait 


210, 


215 


Mary 


182, 


222 


Gretta 


210, 


215 


Harj^ 




207 


Harriet Lucille 


1B6, 


191 


Marj' (~) 




193 


HariT 




186 


Marj' Ann 


182, 


186 


Harvey 




189 


Maxine 




213 


Heather 




196 


Ilildred Blanch 




209 


Heidi Joy 




198 


T.Iinnie Maud 




207 


Henry- 




189 


?.lyra 


208, 


211 


Henry Francis 


182, 


135 


Myra Elizabeth 




209 


Henrj' V/arren 




186 


MyrLle Jane 




I81i 


Herbert J. 


208, 


210 


Nancy Janice 


196, 


196 


Hulda Jcine 


186, 


191 


Nelson 




191 


Irene ( — ) 




189 


Nettie Hay 


200, 


201 


Irene M. 


210, 


215 


Nicholas 


182, 


205 


Jeannette 


212, 


217 


North Raj-- 


209, 


213 


Jerry A, 




202 


Olive Belle 


208, 


213 


Jesse Leroy 


185, 


191 


Orville 


208, 


211 


Johanne 




183 


Oscar 


208, 


211 


J ohm 




182 


Otto 




189 


John A, 




207 


Paul 


215, 


219 


Juanita 




213 


Tcjarl 




211 


Julius Alfred 


207, 


208 


Pearl J.» 




181, 



XXXV 



TAIT, Meril^mne Anne 93 

Richard 36 

Timothy 36 

Virginia 36 

TANNER, Leslie Earl 33 

Lulu (Barr) 33 

Vvilliam A, 33 

TASKER, Lorraine (Hulliberger) 219 

TAULKER, Charles F, I89 

TAILOR, Ray 219 

TEACHOUT, 187 

TEACHl/TORTH, Moses 166 

TEBO, Grace Elizabeth 230 

TECHNOR, 191 

TFIAYER, Ariel 225 

Theodore 225 

THOI/IAS, Bruce Adams 139 

David LaZalle ll;0 

Eva 171 

Richard Elliott llio 

Robert Bruce lliO 

THURSTON, Evelyn 218 

TICm-IEdl, Alice 18 9 

TICKNOR, Mary 69 

TIRRELL, Allen Lynn 219 

Colleen Ann 219 

Donald Kenneth 2l6, 220 

Duane Michael 219 

E. Kenneth 216 

Jack Edward 219 

Keith jack 219 

Kenneth 2l6 

Thomas Lynn 220 

Vickie Jean 220 

William Donald 220 

TOBEY, Christopher E, 102a 

John E, 102a 

Patricia 102a 

TOPEL, Anna 33 

TOiiNSEND, Abbie 135 

TRASK, Cap't. E. I6I 

TfLAUB, Dorothy Ellen 72 

TRAVIS, Stuarb 217 

TREMU'IT':, Alice Elizabeth lli.8b 

Betsey (Burrell) ikSb 

Elizabeth lU8a 

Ila* lli8b 

TRDMER, Frank 210 

Josephine 210 

TRUE, Abel 10 

Jabez 10 



TUBBS, Phoebe Ann 


173 


TUCKER, 


lh7 


■Rev. E. B, 


ll|8b 


TUDOR, Ellen DeEtta (Fuller) 


129 


TUELT.ER, Alden B, 


102a 


Lance Reed 


102a 


Michael Allen 


102a 


Scott Elliott 


102a 


TUFTS, Carroll 


79 


TURBUSH, Al. 


152 


Donald 


152 


Gregg 


152 


TUMER, Edna Viola 


97 


TYLER, Alonzo J, 


I7U 


UDELL, Del oris Irma (Drum) 


51 


Donna Rae 


157 


Howard Klepper 91, 


157 


Molly (Klepper) 


157 


Roy Columbus 


157 


Susan Gene (Suzi) 91, 


157 


UNDERHILL, Irene 


79 


UITOERirroOD, Sarah 


155 


VACCARI, David Anthony 


97 


David A. 


97 


Edna Viola (Turner) 


97 


Raymond J, 


97 


VAN ETTEN, Frank 


177 


Lowell 


177 


VAN HORN, Phoebe 


lUO 


VAN SICKIE, Benjamin 


116 


Leona 


116 


VA^I SKOY, Louisa 


175 


VAN VALKENBURG, Carl 


67 


Helen S, 


130 


Karen Estelle 67, 


71 


Kay Ellen 67, 


71 


YM VORCE, 


30 


VERP.ULYEA, Rev. C, E. 


88 


VIERS, Bert 


222 


VILUS, Ida 


163 


VfflCENT, Betty 


50 


VIZOR, Nancy (Fisk) 


161 


VOLK, Ada Freada 


102 


Almira (Ketcham) 


13lt 


Annie Amelia 


I3I1 


Freada Hannah (Brenner) 


102 


Henry 


131; 


Herman Carl 


102 


VOTZKE, Augusta 


I7I1 



xxxvx 



VHELWID, lilary l88 

WADI.IW , Harriet 102 

miN\rRIGHT, Janet 121; 

Itarie 12U 

Vtt.IT, Benjamin 223 

Mary 223 

yiAlW', John 52, 98 

Phoebe 98 

Wesley 98 

YJALLETT, Belle lU? 

ViAI^H, Dudley 117 

I.lary 23 

Y/ALTERS, Doris Ethel 179 

WALTON. John (J. P.) 228 

Martha E. ' 102 

Oliver 102 

Sarah E. (Lakey) 102 

WARD, Elizabeth 211 

WARNER, Hannah 8 

Nathan 8 

WARREN, Viola l5l 

VW.SHINGT0N, Gen. George h 

WATERIIAN, Waite 228 

MTKINS, C. law lU5c 

J^yrta M. Ill3 

WATSai, ST;isannah l65 

WATTS, Edn-ard Freeman 102 

Harriet (v;adman) 102 

Jessica Ifeie 102 

V/EAVER, Ann 228 

VffiBB, Dorothy 32, 36 

Howard B. 32 

VffiBSTER, Handy 51, 6I, 62 

WECHTER, Geraldine I80 

V/EINGART, 99 

V/EISZ, Eugen lli5c 

VELLFARE, Liable 213 

Ti-ELLS, Abigail 221; 

Abigail (Dickinson) i;3, 223 

Agrippa, Cap't. 22U 

Asenath 223 

David, Lt.-Col. 22li 

Ebenezer 223 

Edward I43 

Frances ( — ) 223 

George U3 

High 223 

Hepsibah 223 

Horace li3 

John li3 



WELIS , John 

John, Corp. 

Jonathan 

Joseph 

Margaret (Tainter) 

lilarfcha 

Mary 

Mary Orphelia 

Noah 

Rebecca 

Samviel, Lt. 

Sophia 

Thomas 
IjTENRICK, Mary Ellen 
V.'EST, Clarissa J, 

Gen. 
V^'ESTGATE, Iloyd 
TESTUKE, Harry 
TOTZEL, Charles 

David Elliott 

Eva (Hellman) 

Helen 

Michael 

Robert 
T/EYMOUTH, Arvilla 

Sarah (Gould) 

WHALEY, Daniel 

Eugene 

Sharon Marie 
VHEELER, Allen 

Almont 

Esther 

Jemima 

Richard 
YffllPPLE, 

Dorothy 

Edgar 
VmiTCOMB, Jennie 
T/HITE, Charles 

Frederick William 

Richard 
WHITEWORTH, Hattie 
T,VHITI«RE, D. Clark 
WIATT, Susannah 
WIGHTI.'l/VN, John 
WILBUR, Hannah (— ) 

Uriah 
Y/ILCOX, l&rtha F. 

Silas 
WILLERT, Ray 



86, 



223, 22U 

221; 

1;3, 223 

U3, 22U 

221; 

1;3, 223 

223, 22U 

U3 

221; 

1;3, 221; 

221; 

1;3 

223 

ll;6 

205 

161 

30 

119 

86 

95 

86 

86 

86 

86 

22 

20, 22 

133, 135 

173 

173 

173 

Ik 

79 

13 

11; 

11; 

I;3 

228 

229 

no 

93 

92 

92 

112 

166 
8 
6 

159 

17, 159 
l];8a 

138 

95 



XXXVIX 



WIIJJ^Trr, Sheila Faye 
V/IIIETTS, George 

Gerald 

Juldamae 
WILLIALR, kny 

Amy (Packer) 

David 

Do rice 

Frances Lucinda 

Horace 

Janice E, 

I.laria 

Mildred A, (Chase) 

Sarah 

Sarah 

Stuart E. 

vailiam (J. P.) 
V;rLLOUGHBY, G. C. 
V/ILSON, 

Al. 

Betsey ( — ) 

Elizabeth 

Hugh Rodney 

J. Raymond 

John 

Joseph Underwood 

I.'Iyra Doreen 

Sarah (Underv/ood) 

Sarah Jane (Holton) 

Sarah Louise 

Todd Rodney 

T/illiam 
?raffi, , 

Lee 

Robert 
YiTNSOR, Agnes ¥U 

George 

V^ilhemina 
WINSTON, Dennison 

Grace 
VflNTP^PS, Kenneth 

Linda 

Steve 
riSNER, Edv/ard 
Jean (English ) 

Nancy Jean 
Y.'OMACOTI', George 
Ida my 

Louise (Lincoln) 
V/ONNACUrr, Fred C. 
V.'OOD, Eva 



73, 



95 
177 
177 
177, 179 
159 
159 
159 
102a 

13 
h3 
69 
99 
69 

125, 159 

139 

69 

5 

75 
20 

155 
139 
139 
180 
216 
139 
155 
216 

155 
155 
155 
180 

155 

179 

179 

179 

23 

23 

23 

128 

226 

218 

218 

218 

nl; 

nil 
llU 
73 
73 
73 
18U 
88 



WOOUlvlANSEK, Cora 

WOHDEN, Abigail 1, 

Ann 

Anna 3, 

Anna (Palmeter) 

Arnold 

Benjamin 

Ebenezer 

Eunice 

Hannah 

Isaac 1 , 

Jane 

Jesse 

Lotds 

Lucinda 

Mary 

Mary (— ) 

Mary (Byrnes) 

Mary (Holly) 

Moses 

Nathaniel . 2, 

Peter 

Rebecca ( — ) 1, 

Rose ( — ) 

Ruth 

Samuel 1, 

Sarah 2, 

Sarah ( — ) 

Sarah (Butler) 

Silas 

Thomas 1, 

Walter 2, 

Wealthy 

William 2, 

IVilliam, Dr. 
WORTH, Ronald 
WOZNIAK, Stanley Louis 
WRIGHT, Isobel 

Jane 18U, 

Leland 

Leroy 

Lois 

Malinda 

Nettie (Hill) 

William 
WYLIB;, Daniel 

Helen M. 

Lucy (Edgerton) 

T. C, 

XAVIERUS, S usan 



77 
2 

3 

h 

3 

3 

2 

2 

3 

3 

2 

2 

3 

3 

h 

3 

1 

3 

1 

3 

3 

1 

2 

1 

h 

2 

3 

2 

2 

3 
2 

3 
3 

h 
2 

218 
191 
187 
187 

37 
187 

37 
I8ii 
187 

181; 

128 
128 
128 
lit3 

116 



XXXVlll 



YATES, Betty 




9S 


Grace Mae (Coulter) 




95 


R-uf\:is Leonard 




95 


TEACffiR, Martha 


7U, 


163 


YORK, Deborah (Bell) 




5 


James 




5 


YOUNG, Elmer 




83 


Harry 71, 




83 


Jenny Elizabeth (Guzic) 




83 


YOUNGER, 




187 


YOUNGLOVE, Ronald 




37 



ZUBERBIERS, Emily 2I4 

ZWEDYK, Evelyn Jean 88 

William 88 

ZWICKEY, Anna Elizabeth (Joyce) 101 

John 101 

Minnie Etta 101 



PAGE, Richard L. 26 

SCHADT, Amy I.tarie liiOa 

Belle Adella lliOa 

Rachel Diane iJjOa 

Valerie Ann ihOa. 

THO?^S, Christopher Bruce lliO 

Per Donald li^O 

Sonja Elizabeth U4O 



I 



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