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Full text of "The Frost genealogy : descendants of William Frost of Oyster Bay, New York : showing connections never before published with the Winthrop, Underhill, Feke, Bowne and Wickes families"

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THE 



FROST GENEALOGY 

DESCKNDANTS OF WILLIAM FROST 
OF 0Y8TKII BAY, NKW YORK 



HIIOWINO CONNKCTIONfl NKVKa 
DKFOIIK I'UULIHriKI) WITH THK 
WINTHIIOI'. UNDKKHILL, FKKK 
BOWNB AND WICKFii FAMILIKS 



Bf 
JOSEPHINE C. FROST 

Of Brookirn, New York 
ILLUSTRATBD 




FREDERICK H. HITCHCOCK 
OeOMloglcal PnblUher 



NEW YOBK 



MCMXII 



THE 
FROST GENEALOGY 



Ooty three hundred copies lure been printed 
from type and the tjpe dlstribated. 
This copx to Number /;? 6 



Copyright, 191S 
B7 Jonrama C. Fkovr 



TO THOSE BEABIN6 THE NAME OF 

FROST, 

TO THOSE CONNECTED WITH THEM BY MARRIAGE, 

AND AS A SIEMORIAL, TO 

"the VOICELESS ONES OP THE SILENT DEAD," 

"tHK LOVED WHO WALK WITH US NO MORE," 

THIS KECOSD OF THE 

FROST FAMILY 

IS EESPECTFULLY DEDICATED. 



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CONTENTS. 

Chronology of Frost Name 1 

Old Matinccock 5 

Descendants of William Frost of Oyster Bay, N. Y 16 

Frost Family, Thomas of Stephentown, N. Y 296 

Frost Family, Thomas of Long Island 322 

Frost Family of No. Castle, N. Y 32.'3 

Unconnected Frost Lines 325 

Horton Family 336 

Fcakc-Fcke Family 3+0 

Hicks Family 342 

Budd Family i 343 

Simpkins Family , 31-5 

VVintlirop Family 3 16 

L'Strung Family 348 

Fonts Family 349 

Wccks-Wlckcs Family '. 350 

Bowne Family 352 

Haight Family 357 

Hoyt Family 357 

Haviland Family 358 

Birdhall Family 363 

Akin Family 369 

Towner Family 369 

Knapp Family 372 

Underhiil Family , 374 

Hyatt Family 377 

Le Tellier Family 980 

Northrop Family 381 

Frost Family, John of New Haven 384 

William Fro»t of Fairfield, Conn 389 



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ILLUSTRATIONS. 

Facing 
Page. 

Abner Frost Home 114 

Albert E. Frost 260 

Alvah Haviland Frost 146 

Baptist Church, Carmel, N. Y 80 

Bevier, Mary A. Frost 102 

Binsted, England (Church) 4 

Bowne House, Flushing, L. 1 228 

Chappaqua, N. Y., Meeting House. 120 

Crum Elbow, N. Y., Meeting Houm 120 

Cyrus Frost 158 

Daniel M. Frost 170 

Daniel Wright Frost 76 

David Frost 88 

David Frost 80 

David Frost ( Document) 44 

David Frost (Grave) 42 

Dickson, Home of Mrs. Frank C 114 

Eli Frost 148 

Eugene Frost (Home) 160 

Frances M. Frost 102 

Frost Homestead 16 

George Frost and his home 150 

Gilead Parsonage, Carmel, N. Y. 162 

Haviland, Samuel Frost 1 40 

Henry Hoag Frost 260 

Hillman, Eduardo Haviland 222 

Hiram Frost 260 

Homer E. Frost 284 

Horton, Stephen D. . . . . 274 

Horton, Wright 122 

Hume, Iff-nrietta Fro«t 102 

Hyatt Frokt and his home, ..,.....,,..,..,,,, 2B2 

Hyatt Homestead , 42 

Hyatt L. Frost. 284 

Jacob Frost , 82 

Jacob M. Frost and his grandson .................... IDS 

James Frost , 86 

JamM Frost, Jr. , 88 

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James Frost 148 

James S. Frost and his home 220 

John S. Frost 88 

John W. Frost 168 

Jordan Cox Frost and his home 70 

Josephine C. Frost 1 

Lasher, Mr. and Mrs. George W 246 

Laura J. Knapp Frost 146 

Mackenzie, Flora S 1S8 

Martha Wright Frost 158 

Mary Louise Frost 88 

Matinccock Meeting House, Oyster Bay 10 

Morris H. Frost , 80 

Munson E. Frost 166 

Munson E. Frost ( Home) » 168 

Niles Frost 158 

Peeke, Rosanna Frost 292 

Phebe Cocks Frost 158 

Phebe Halstead Frost 102 

Prier Frost 70 

Samuel Frost ( Grave) 23 

Samuel Frost 102 

Samuel K. Frost 1 

Samuel K. Frost (Birthplace) 228 

Samuel R. Frost , , . 72 

Sarah Hyatt Frost (Grave) 42 

Simeon T, Frost 156 

Solomon Frost 54 

Solomon Frost and hi» home 104 

Solomon Vail Frost 1 06 

Solomon W, Frost 260 

Taber, Louise Frost 2.'J0 

Tressa Frost Frost 2.'34 

Trtnnn, Frost, Hix Son* of Charlct and. .......,,.,.... H'M 

Tliomas Frost (Grave) 22 

Townsend, Sarah Froit 80 

Vincent J. Frost 220 

William H. Frost and family 310 

Winthrop, Adam 844 

Wright Frost (Grar*) '. . . . 22 

Zilpha Cox Fro«t 7« 

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EXPLANATORY. 

In the counting of time, all dates between 1600 and 1700, 
ten days must be carried forward, and between 1700 and 1762, 
eleven dajs added to that. In 1752, the British Parliament 
made Sept. 3rd Sept. 14th, so that all dates prior to that do 
not correspond with those of to-day. 

-\ Indicates continuation of this line. 

M. H. — Meeting House. 

Unm. — Unmarried. 

b. — Bom. 

d.— Died. 

Removal Ctf. — A certificate given by the "Friends" when 
one of their number left their community for another. 

Clear — Used by the "Friends" for unmarried. 

EXAMPLE. 

If you wish to find HulHti.ad II. Frost, look for his name in 
the index, and turn to the page, where his name is found in 
larf^e type. On that page you will find him numbered, 101 f, 
and named as the son of number fi'iti. Turn back to number 
Sifi, where it appears ag/iiriNt a name in large type, «nd you 
will find Edward L. Frost, son of Caleb No. 80, and to on baek 
to the pioneer William Frost. 

FJiHATA, 

P»g«' i7. No, 1HH not roiilliiiiHl, 

Piigo H7. No, 1!(M) not «'oiiIIiiu)mI, 

Pngc \nit. No. MiUi not continued. 

Page 171. No. nnH shouhi tx) liHU. 

Page 101. No. 1608 should be 1680. 

Page 100. No. 1701 should be 1707. 

Page 878. Towner familj ihould be Knapp family. 



INTRODUCTION. 

About five years ago I almost unknowingly commenced this 
work by asking a few questions in a community which for 
upwards of two hundred years consisted quite exclusively 
of members of the "Society of 'Friends'" and their 
descendants ; and, being a New England woman born and bred, 
the facts of ancestry and history brought out in the replies 
to my questions so interested me that I was led on, step by 
step, with deepening ardor through musty old records, Regis- 
tries of Probate and Deeds, town and parish annals and old 
family documents (many of which verified doubtful traditions), 
until in my enthusiasm I decided to compile and preserve for 
all time for those by the name of Frost, and those of Frost 
descent, all the available facts and data relative to at least one 
pioneer whoso drsccndantH belonged to and were prominent in 
the community above referred to, — and which data seemed likely 
otherwise to bo forever lost through the passing away of the 
older members of the family, with their reminiscences unre- 
corded, 

For fully one himdred years, dating from the time of tha 
grandcliildrrn of Wiili/im Front, the pioneer, there was hardly a 
iiiarrifige outfiidc the "Society of Friends" recorded; and to-day 
many of his descendants still cling to the faith of their fathers, 
and indeed retain in many customs the ways and habits of this 
fast-disappearing delightful folk. 

In IIk' roiripllafjofi of this work I hrtve become ntosl grslf- 
fillly I»mI»I(I('(I to iiKiriy friends niu\ relatives, r'prcMiiling v/iri- 
mis lines of Frost anceslry, Among IIioho (o whom I feel most 
oMIgatnl for help ntirl irisplralloii nri* tliir following! Mr. 
Oeorge W. Cocks of fJlen Cove, f.ong Island ; MIhh Fanny 
Frost of Trumnnsberg, New Vork ; Mr. Ilalstead H. Frost of 
East Norwich, Long Island; Mr. Frank Ilaviland of Ilollis- 
ton, Mass.; Mr. Fiduardo Haviland Hillman, of London, Eng- 
land; Mrs. Rosa Frost Pcckc of Mariavillc, New York; Mr. 
Floyd Smith of Rrooklyn, New York ; Mr. Frank Townsond of 
Drtwstcr, New York. 

There it no pretense to literary form or style in this book. It 



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U • familj record «trictly along genealogical (not biograph- 
ical) lines, its aim and only claim to value being the truthful, 
concise statements of descent and relationship. The compila- 
tion and editing has been a serious labor, but it has been • 
great pleasure as well. I relinquish my pen with keen regret, 
feeling that my work is far from complete and falls short of 
realizing my ideal of what a genealogy should be; but hoping 
even so that it may be a foundation upon which some future 
student, or member of the family with the inclination for re- 
search, may build, correcting my errors and solving my prob- 
lems. 

With this brief outline of my aim and purpose, my manu- 
•eript is submitted to the Frost family, those gone before ftiid 
to come, as well as the readers of the present Jay. 
\try eordUlly youri, 

JofsrNiNB C. FROfT. 
M»i. Samubl KMAPr Faotr, 
tfi4 GaHteld Place, 
Brooklyn, New York. 



XII 



THR FROST OENEALOOY 




KAMrei. KTiAff FniHrr, M. I). 
(No. UKA) 




JuRcriiixe C Fmost 
(No. JOol) 



THE FROST GENEALOGY. 



CHRONOLOGY OF MENTION OF FROST NAME. 

The name Frost is a very common one in the north of Ger- 
many, and it was probably taken to England by the Angles 
who Hcttlefl on the south and cast shores of the island, where 
the name has been preserved mostly in Norfolk, Suffolk, and 
Essex on the east, and in Devonshire and Hampshire on the 
south. 

1042-1066, in Domesday Book Frost held lands. 
1160-1180, Robto and Waltero Frost, Charters of Gilber- 
tine Monastery at Scmpringham, Lincoln. 

1269, Gilbertus Frostendcn, Suffolk County. 
1272-1307, frequent mention in Hundred Rolls of Edward 
the First. 

1327-1377, John Frost "enfranchised" as chaplain. 
The King Edward IH issues a summons to a large number 
of gentlemen to meet him in council on the next Monday after 
Quadragesima Sunday at Westminister to deliberate with re- 
gard to important and urgent affairs touching bis honor, and 
the safety and welfare of the Kingdom. Among those sum- 
moned is "Waltero Frost," Feb. 20, 1340. 

A letter of protection from King Edward to ChevaKer 
Thomas Fichet who is about to accompany Edward, Prince 
of Wales, to parts beyond the seas. Among the number of 
gentlemen whose names are appended is "Willicmus Frost."" 
Dated, Westminister, Aug. 18, 1359. 

March 1, 1363, the King issues letters, certifying that by 
the assent of the prelates, lords and others, the "fair" for 
clothes and other merchandise going out of the Kingdom of 
England, Wales, Ireland and Scotland, shall be held at City of 
Calais and that iwentj-six English merchants shall be chosen, 



£ The Feost Genealogy 

two to be Mayors, and twenty-four to be Aldermen. Among 
these names appear one of "Thomas Frost." 

King Edward III grants to Walter Frost and others all 
dues payable by vcssclw trading on the Humber, the Trent and 
the Ousc, down to the port of Southampton, from Sabbath 
next to the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, until otherwise 
ordered. Westminster, May 16, 1370. 

1389, Peter Frost, on committee to award land to a college; 
he is of the "clerics." 

1449, Bartholomew Frost, Mayor of Thetford. 

1.509, Nov. 21, W^m. Frost had been a keeper of Leskard 
Park, Cornwall. 

1510, Feb. 22, Wni. Frost appointed one of "Commission- 
ers of the Peace" for Hampshire. 

1510, Sept. 26, Wm. Frost appointed on a special Commis- 
sion to enquire into a murder ca^e. 

1510, Dec. 15, again appointed "Commissioner of the Peace'* 
for Hunpshire. 

1511, July 18, appointed one of the Commissioners of Array 
for Hants. 

1512, March 15, appointed Commissioner of the Peace for 
Hants. 

1513, June 3, the same. 

1514, Jan. 24, the same. f 
1512, May 13, appointed for the Goal delivery for Win- 
chester. 

1517, May 28, appointed Commissioner for Hants to en- 
quire what houses, buildings, towns and hamlets have been de- 
stroyed since March 4th. How much land has been converted 
into pasture; the number of parks since enclosed, etc. 

1518, Oct. 30, Fox, Bishop of Winchester, writing to Car- 
dinal WooNcy, says: "In conformity with Woolsey's desire that 
the Bishop shall upon his honor certify him by letters, in a 
case then before him in chancery, of his right touching enclos- 
ures of arable land contrary to the statutes, he states that 
before Michaelmas last, he caused enquiries to be made by his 
Steward and others and they have certified that these inquis- 
itors found against him untrue, and though the Bishop has 



Chronology of Mention of Frost Name S 

not personally viewed the land surmised to be enclosed, he be- 
lieves the certificates correct. His steward, William Frost, Ms 
a sad, substantial and faithful man and well learned in the 
law.' " 

Among the Lansdowne manuscripts in the British Museum, 
Bundle 92, No. 76, is the following: 

"1611. Mr. William Frost, a musician, humbly requests 
Lord Salesbury to be allowed to teach the Princess Elizabeth 
to play on the virginals in place of Mr. Marchant, deceased." 

Frost names on Parish Register at Binsted, County Hamp- 
shire, England: 

Mary, daughter of John Frost, buried March 14, 1653. 

Wary, granddaughter of John Frost, bap. Dec. 24, 1664. 

Richard Frost, Elizabeth Cooper, m. July 17, 1656. 

Mark Frost, m. Jan. 14, 1655. 

John, son of Richard, bap. Jan. 1, 1656. 

Bridget, daughter of John, bap. June 6, 1656. 

Thomas, son of Thomas, bap. Aug. 29, 1656. 

John, son of George, bap. June 26, 1657. 

John, son of Richard, bap., buried Nov. 7, 1657. 

Alice, daughter of John of Rivcrhill, buried Sept. 18, 1668. 

Jane, daughter of Richard, bap. Sept. 19, 1658. 

Jane, daughter of George, buried April 29, 1659. 

Lawrence, buried July 4, 1659. 

John C. Wm., son of Thomas, bap. Jan. 27, 1659. 

John, son of George, bap. June 1, 1660. 

Richard, son of Richard, buried Jan. 10, 1660. 

William, son of George, buried June 6, 1660. 

William, buried Aug. 6, 1662. 

William, son of Thomas, buried March 22, 1662. 

John, son of Mary, bap. Sept. 5, 1664. 

Charles, son of George, bap. March 18, 1665. 

John, son of Richard and Elizabeth, bap. Feb. 16, 1669. 

Richard and Elizabeth Trymer (?), m. April 27, 1669. 

Elizabeth, wife of Richard, buried Jan. 28, 1663. 

Richard, son of Richard and Elizabeth, bap. May «7, 1072. 

Ann, daughter of George, buried March 2, 1671. 

John, son of John and Elizabeth, bap. May 4, 1678. 

Richard, buried May 4, 1673. 

Richard, ion of Richard, buried April 12, 1675. 



4 The Fbo»t Genealooy 

John, son of John, buried May 2, 1674, 
Elizabeth, daughter of John, bap, Jan. 18, 1677. 
IV'tcr, Bon of John, bap, Jan, 18, 1677. 
Chrintopher, buried April 18, 1078. 
FranceK, daughter of John, bap, Jan. 1, 1679. 
Jane, wi(Jow, buried Aug, 20, 1680. 
Ann, daughter of John, bap. June 12, 1681. 
]^Iary, wife of John, buncd, Feb. 18, 1681. 
Joan, wife of George, buried Oct. 21, 1683. 
Mary, daughter of Thomas, bap. May 18, 1686. 
Elizabeth, daughter of Tlionias, bap. March 24, 1688. 
Margaret, daughter of Thomas, bap. Aug. 31, 1690. 
Ann, daughter of Thomas, bap. Aug. 22, 1697. 
Mary, daughter of Richard, bap. July 27, 1707. 
Ann, daughter of Richard, bap. Dec. 17, 1709. 
Amy and Elizabeth, daughters of Richard, bap. Nov. iSf. 
1710. 

ALTON PARISH REGISTER. 

William, son of Mark Frost, bap. Feb. 9, 1667. 
William, son of Nicholas Frost, bap. May 16, 1668. 



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CiiiRcii ly nixrrFD. Exoi.axd, 

where the Frost f„n.lly worshipped prior to their en.I- 

griition. 



OLD MATINl'XOCK,* 

Mtttinc'cock as a local dcHignation, according to Mr. Win. 
Wallace Tookcr, than wiioni 1 know no higher authority on 
the etymology of the language of the aborigines, is a purely 
descriptive term, signifying a "Hill-country" or the "Land 
that ovcrlookH," the ai)tncKK of which will be recognized when 
the bounds of the territory are shown. It originally comprised 
all the northern part of the Township of Oyster Bay extending 
from the Sound to the "Ridge of Hills" so called. The first 
attempt at a settlement of Matinecock ajjpcars to have been 
made in 1661 by Thomas Terry and Samuel Dcring under an 
agreement with the Town of Hempstead, in which they had 
"liberty to settle themselves and some others of their friends 
upon a parcel of ground on the Northside of the Island, on 
the East side of our Harbour, on the South side of the Harbour 
Hill and by an East line as far as our bounds go, and so down 
to the North Sea; engaging themselves to submit to the juris- 
diction of Hempstead and not to bring in any Quakers to be 
inhabitants among us." Terry being unable to complete his 
arrangements within the two years given him for settlement ap- 
plied for and received an extension of time and it was then 
agreed he might "settle seven families thereupon as soon as 
convenience will sufTer." No record appears showing the date 
of settlement of the "Seven Families," but it must have been by 
or before 1661', at which date Tackapousha and other Indians 
brought complaints before Governor Nichols, that they had not 
•old Matinecock to Hempstead. On being confronted with rec- 
ord proof that they Iwifl, then alleged that tluy Imd not been 
paid for all the land and that the pay received was so little to 
be divided among the many parties interested — It was ad- 
judged in the Council that Hempstead's title to all of Matine- 
cock was defective, but that the English that were then seated 
on the laid Mntinecock InndN were under no pretence to be mo- 

•An Informal t«lk clvrn Ort, l», 1010, \ty Mr, OenrRs W, Corks, the 
jklllcd gencAloglit and local hUtorUn of Ojratcr Diijri N, Y. 



6 TifK FioRT Oknkalooy 

|p«tf'd or distiirbcfl, Anfl tlip Governor wrote to Cnpt, Jolm 
L'n(JtTliill, "It iR not that I givt! vtry niticli credit to wliat ihey 
(tlx? ln»lirtM«) ("ny fxit for »|til(fn»<B» »rt)«e ttfi«l to privprtt ftll 
(u\»rt> foiittut*, I <lo ret'oiiiMM'nd tlmt you »ignfe >inioiij;< your» 
•elvpg to give ye ImliiinM some gift or gnituity in requital, since 
tlity niiy tiny li«vo never received nny \my for llie l/uid." I'ur- 
•tinnt to tlii» recoiMmendution, negotiutionn wen* concluded 
hy wliicli ttt K<Ienw()rlli on UUil day of June, UUJ7, llu' Indian 
I'roprietori Anoton, AruiupiiH, Healior, Notlie, Soonietiunok, 
Shottkcene and Mntaren executed deeds conveying to Ilobert 
Williams, William Hudson, William SiniKon, Henry Ueddock, 
C'liriNto|)lier HawxIiurKt, Mattliew I'riar and Nathan HirdHall 
each a Kpecifiod tract of upland and an undivided otie-HCventh 
intcrcHt in the adjacent Halt meadows, together with n right of 
commonage of grashing and timber in the unallotted part of 
the who)'? tract. This is very quaintly described in an agree- 
ment between the representatives of the township at large and 
those of the proprietors under the Seven Purchase Deeds, to 
wit— 

"Wr do agree and consent yt our Neighbours now Inhabit- 
ing KillingAvorth upon Matinecock, shall have ye privilege to 
purchase all ye lancls yt yet lies to purchase tjpon Matinecock 
Ne k l.vina on ye Norllt sld»« of yt* I'oolp/dh belween ()ysf«*r 
Day and Mubkela Cove by ye way of ye Hho «o called and to 
piifbhCKs it from any claim of ye Town, as their other lands 
they now improve, which said Footpath shall be their limits 
or bounds Southward," 

In the location of the several allotments of upland Ilobert 
Williatris had "'J'he Iwisfer most of I he two Matinecock Islan<l« 
so called" some time earlier than this known as Metitalear 
Ihland and subKefpieiitly Woolsey's Inland and Ilufler's Island 
when owned respectively by Hev, Henjatrt'n Woolsey and Mr. 
John Duller, now known as Kast Island, the residence of Mr. 
Morgan. 

Williams also had a small allotment of four acres on the 
mainland about where the Price Mansion stands, which with en- 
larged bounds came into the possession of one Daniel White- 
head; he gave it to his daughter Mary who m. John Taylor, 
and he dying intestate it passed to his only child — Abigail who 
became as per record the wife of the Rev. Benjamin Woolsey, 



Oi,i) Matinkcock 7 

DiNKcntinf;; Protestant I'reHhyterinn Minister, who, it im bc- 
lit'vo*!, Cdlli'd the osfato "Dos iixoris" litenilly tlio "wife's 
dowi7" iiiodiHcd In riirrtnt Jis/ij^o to Dosorls. 

Williaiti lIiidMofi'M )tlloiitU'iit Nct'iMN to liHVo lici-ii Noiiit* pai't of 
the f(ir/n of the hite Dr. Jhiiiob C Townseiid, which he (Ilud' 
mn) ((Rfligncd to Auron Forinan, Jr., nnd then removed to 
New Jcrney. 

Willidiii SiiHHon, froiM whom the rr«'<'k now known iin I-'i-omI 
Creek wuH niiitifd' — hiid hiH hoiiHe h)t by tlic wide of Dayton's 
Swamp, northeaHt of the Frowt family burial place and an- 
othor lot on which the houHe and oulbuildin^s of the late Valen- 
tino FroHt stood, both of which were aHNi^nod to William 
Frost in 1074, nnd the name of Simson disappears from the 
record. 

Henry Ucddockc, the next in order, came from Rhode Island 
where he had been the Town Clerk of Warwick. He had two 
lots on cast side of the road northward from Davis' corner 
past the residence of VV^n. C. Townscnd and cxtendinpf north- 
ward to the woodland fonnerly Mrs. Phebc Weeks now Jiid^o 
Lovett. Henry Reddocke died about IGT-t and the property 
passed to two sons-in-law, Joseph and Samuel Weeks. Only 
a small remnant of which surrounding and adjacent to the 
llMl»< "Il((rl/(1 IMare" yd remaiim In the nunie. 

CJMibtoiilier llawxhiirht'x lot came next euhtward from Red- 
docke's with the same north and south bounds, and the resi- 
dence, on north side of the road through Locust Valley, late 
owned by Charles Wansor. Hawxhurst also came from Rhode 
Inhmd, and had married a daughter of Henry Reddocke. 

Matthew Friar an I'/iiglisli Quaker comifig hilher from He- 
tauket wilh a remarkably interesting history had the next 
allotment, east of and parallel with that of Hawxhurst. After 
the third generation of this family the name disa[ipcarH from 
the local records. 

Nathan liirdsall had the seventh lot, and his dwelling, with 
that of his sons Stephen and Henry was, without much doubt, 
on the site of that recently owned by Mr. Jacacci. 

Adjacent to the Birdsall lot on the East was another lot 
of Matthew Priar, sold in 1678 to his son-in-law John Under- 
bill, son of the great Indian fighter Capt. John Underbill, on 
which it is believed the younger John built some part of the 
house still standing on the site and now occupied by Mr. 
Cutcheon. North of the Priar second lot was a tract with salt 



8 The Frost Genealogy 

meadows on east and west and extending north to a "neuk" of 
meadows between it and the beach, bought of the Indians in 
16G9 by JanicH Cock and occupied by his descendants for more 
than two hundred and thirty years. 

South of the I'riar second lot was a tract of two hundred 
and fifty acres given by the Inthans to Capt, John Underhill 
who, after extenninating tome hundreds of them, seems to 
have brought the remnant "to heel" and became their adviser 
in the contest with Hempstead about the payment for their 
lands. Capt. John Underhill came to Matinecock as Deputy 
Sheriff and Surveyor of the Customs in an endeavor tt> break up 
the smuggling llu-n rife in the harbors on the norlh side of 
I.^>rig Islund rhpcciiilly at Oyster Hay and Musketa (!ove. 

Accompanying him came his young brother-in-law John 
Feke, the son of Lieut. Robert Feake and Bess Fones, the 
widow of Henry Winthrop, and it appears that he gave to 
young Feke the southeast part of the tract received from the 
Indians, on which I'Vkr built and reared a f/iiriily of consider- 
able note, the last representatives of wliich in this vicinity are 
Mrs. 'J'homas F. I'nderhill and Miss ICmeline A. Feeks, 

('ontemjMjraneous with the Seven I'urchasers on Killingvvorth 
upon Matinecock, other tlw.n those already noted, there were 
Uiehnrd and Josias Lal'ten, William Frost, John Coles, Samuel 
Dayton, E<lmund Wright, John Dyer, John Robins, John Da- 
vis, Joseph Eastland, Saniuel Tillear, Auron Forman, Jr., 
Henry Bell, and Lawrence Mott, but with the exception of the 
Lattens, Frost, and Forman all had removed from hence 
before the close of the century. 

Killingworth, the naming of which has been heretofore at- 
tributed by sundry so-called historians to Capt. John Under- 
hill as given in honorable remembrance of his English home at 
Kcnilworth; but I am unable to get any proof that the family 
were seated at or near Kenilworth, but to the contrary Capt. 
John's father and mother were of \Volverhampton. It seems to 
me more probable, that, as there was a Kilfingworth in Con- 
necticut from whence some members of the Frost family mi- 
grated to Matinecock, there might be more reason to believe 
that the name came from such source than otherwise. 

Com Creek, mentioned in early records as the south bounds 
of the second Priar lot and north bounds of the Underhill gift. 



Old Matinecock 9 

still holds its name although interrupted in its course by the 
4ani to form the Factory pond built by one John Underbill, 
about 1820, to supply power for a woolen factory to operate 
which several English families were brought over, 

Kantuck, the popular name for the picturesque region south 
of the Fcke property was doubtless a term in the Indian tongue 
descriptive of the topography of the locality. Here again I 
may quote Mr. Tookcr giving the interpretation of "tuck" as 
a "tidal stream, creek or river" and suggesting the name 
"Kantuck" to be a modification of "qua-qua-nantuck" meaning 
A shallow marshy creek, 

I'a|)a-(jU(if.utik lliver, as noted in the record of tlic "Oyster 
Bay First I'urchasc" as its western bound/iry, was tlie earliest 
mentioned name of the stream bridged by the railroad near tlie 
Mill Neck Station, Mr. Tooker writes that this name seems 
to have been the designation of a tract bordering on a brook 
where the Indians lived or had been living. 

'J'liis view is corroborated by a quotation from the earliest 
book of Oyster Hay records to wit "Francis Weekes hath one 
House with a home Lot bounded upon the Hollow Southwest 
[being the late Cashow Place], He hath moreover ten acres 
of j)lanting land at the bottom of the Indian field bounded 
East by Sagamore Hill and the lliver on the West side." 

This Sagamore Hill is just east of and above the Mill Neck 
R. R. Station, In the way of restitution permit me here to 
say that the territory generaly known as Mill Neck was not 
so called by reason of the mill on the west side thereof built 
in IGO't by Henry Townsend, Jr., John Feckes of Matinecock, 
and Samuel and William Birdsall, but so named from the 
stream running down from Nonvich through the Mill River 
Hollow to the Townsend Mill at Oyster Bay established about 
1660 on the east side of the Neck. 

Roger's Canoe Hollow was on the north end of the Mill 
River Neck down by the shore of the part of the creek above 
the Bridge called the "Gut." Here it is supposed that Roger, 
one of the Indian Proprietors, laid his canoe up for the winter. 
Beaver Swamp River as a local designation succeeded to 
Papa-quatunck River, applying as far north as Stephen's 
Point, the northwest end of the Mill River Neck, and southerly 
up the valley as Beaver Brook and Beaver Swamp Hollow now 



10 The Frost Genealogt 

known as Brookville. This ancient settlement was at one time 
called "Wolverhampton" by Daniel and Abraham Underbill in 
remembrance of the scat of the Underbill family in old England. 
This euphonious designation being evidently unpopular, it 
would seem that by a process of combination and partial elim- 
ination of Wolverhampton and Beaver Swamp Hollow, there 
was effected a resultant name of "Wolver Hollow," which per- 
sisted until about sixty years ago when the utilitarian senti- 
ment of the day directed a change to Brookville in honor of 
the intennittcnt stream which, rising at about Sqscoe's Wig- 
wam, meanders down the valle}' finally to unite with Beaver 
Brook, the headwaters of the Mill Neck Club Preserves. 

Suscoe's or Suckscall's Wigwam was on the east side of the 
road through the Hollow on property formerly known as the 
ilaybee Place, being adjacent to a collection of living springs 
»ome time during English occupation reserved for public use 
as a watering place for the people of the town. The Wigwam 
was probably one of the "winter houses" constructetl for use 
of several families under one roof with common use of fire and 
conveniences. Their summer residences were prob/ibly detached 
and portable, located near the s;dt water as evidenced by the 
rei:iains of their bivalve feasts. 

The Shu, Shoo, Shoe as we know it by varied orthography 
was at a point on the Beaver Swamp River where the ancient 
path from the Town to Matinecock or Musketa Cove crossed 
the stream, shown now by a little island in the midst of the 
pond opposite the Mill Neck clubhouse. The appellation is 
supposed to derive from the following names conditions, to wit: 
The stream which reaching this point had been running north- 
easterly then changes to northwesterly with considerable in- 
crease of declivity thus creating a situation known on other 
rivers as a "Chute or Shute." 

Isaac Homer wa« granted by ye Town in 1677-8 and again 
in 1684-5 ye priviledge of ye stream at ye Beaver Swamp by y« 
Sho, so called, to set up a Fulling Mill &c., &c Sundry other 
adventurers made further improvements, also John Dcwsbury 
built a brick house and, failing in business, merited the remon- 
strance of his Quaker brethren because of "his outrunning i«* 
extravagancy.** 




.Matixecock Mkktixo Hoc, 

Oj«t«T niiy, \. V. 

F»iillt lUo 



Old Matinecock H 

Samuel Birdsall in 1695 purchased the northerly part of the 
Homer Grant and erected another mill which was in later times 
known as George Frost's and still later as Silas Cock's Mill. 

Kantuck Mills were built before 1800, the upper one, being 
a saw mill, by the Hawxhur^t Family, and the lower, a grist 
mill, by Samuel Cock, Jr. 

Indian John Jlumpus lived on what was called his island in 
the midst of the swamp which by that time was known as Shu 
Swamp. lie was supposed to be a descendant of the Arumpas 
whose name appears on the Seven Purclia^e Deed-!. 

The I'iping Hock is on the north side of the footway from 
the town to Musketa Cove by way of the Shu, so called, situate 
at or near the southeast corner of .Mr. Pate's property and 
just opposite to the entrance of what was formerly Isaac 
Thome's Lane. In none of the sundry appearances of the 
phrase on the town records as "the piping Hock is there any 
clue to the derivation or meaning, but in one rendering as "the 
pipe and tree Hock" there seems to be possible ground for the 
tradition that here the Indians and the settlers smoked the 
"pipe of peace." 

Matinecock Meeting House was built in 17^5, and the Hury- 
ing Place established the same year. Friends' meetings had 
been previously held at the houses of Matthew Priar, Jamc* 
Cock and John Fckc. 

Littleworth old Footpath appears at the south end of the 
road from the Piping Hock to Shoo Brook, being part of the 
Indian trail from the Town to Littleworth on Hempstead 
Harbor via Mill Hill, Planting Fields, etc., through a pictur- 
esque ravine which the Piping Hock association have recently 
repaired and opened for use. 

Littleworth is on cast side of Hempstead Harbor being a 
tract within the original Musketa Cove Purchase which the 
Indians resold to Hichard Kirby, George Downing, Jacob 
Brooking and Robert Godfree. The origin of the name is un- 
known unless it be a modification of Lutterworth. It is now a 
part of Sea Cliff and in consideration of the earlier and later 
dcdirc for the ownership of the property the name dccmn rather 
paradoxical. 

Muakcta Cove wo« not to called by reason of any unusual 
prevalence at that place of the gcniu Culex, which it laid to be 



li The Fboht Gknealoov ' 

»o annoying to some of its ncigliborH, but takes it from a de- 
scriptive term in the Indian tongue signifying "Grassy Flats" 
evidenced in the salt meadows below the site of the old starch 
factory, in the name of Miiscoota in Ilarlcm Flats, at the Mus- 
coot Ilchcrvoir, in upper Westcln-ster (Jounty, and the Muskc- 
taquid Iliver at Concord, Ma«s. Hut tlic implication carried in 
the name convinced the natives in 1834 that a change would 
be advantageous, so the town was rechristened Glen Cove. 

Buckram, as a designation of the territory now known as ' 
Locust Vallej-, first appears of record in 1730 as applied to the 
lot nest west of John Baylcs, and persisted until 1856, in 
which year a neighborhood meeting called for the purpose, 
changed the name of the Post Office to Locust Valley. The 
reasons for which were the detrimental character of the an- 
cient name and the peculiar propriety of the one proposed, 
because of the abundance hereabouts of the noble tree, Kobinia 
Pscudacacia commonly rallerl "Locunt" whicli, by the way, wad 
not indigenous to Long Inland the first seeds or saplings hav- 
ing been brought hither from Virginia by Ca{)tain .John Sands 
about 1700. Not having learned of any more credible theory 
of the origin of the use of the name Buckram in this locality, I 
will venture to suggest that it was a modification of "Bucken- 
ham," a town in the County of Norfolk, England, where it is 
shown in Blomefield's History that sundry members of the Cock 
family held landed estates and official positions in the sixteenth 
and seventeenth centuries. Now about 1730 there were resi- 
dent in this vicinity Ilezekiah Cock, ancestor of Hon. Town- 
send D. Cock, and John Cock, whose dwelling and store was on 
the site of the present residence of John Baj'les, and they 
being grandsons of our immigrant ancestor James Cock, it is 
within the bounds of probability that they may have used the 
name in remembrance of an ancestral home in Old Kngland. 

Chagecliagon or ('fiagon Swairip was tlic designation of the 
valley appearing on the records both before and after the use 
of Buckram, 

The brook of the same name has its first appearance above 
ground south of the Fitzhugh Smith Place, and with occasional 
subterraneous excursions winds its way down the Valley and 
falls into Kantuck. This name is doubtless in some way con- 
nected with Chagechagon, alias Quaropin, one of the "Chief 



Old Matinecock 18 

Proprietors" of land upon Matinccock whose signature often 
appears in conveyances to the English. 

The earliest of the Highways in old Matinccock seems to 
have hecn that of "Fckc's Lane," firxt ()j)oiie(l for tite tinder an 
agroeiriont between John Fcke, and Steven and Henry Hir(l«all, 
John I'riar, William Ilawxhurst and Samuel and Joseph Weeks 
wherein John Feke ceded to the other parties all right, title and 
interest he had in a piece of land between the Rere (or south 
end) of their lots and Chagcchagon Brook and promised to 
warrant and defend by virtue of a Deed made by ye Indians to 
Capt. John Underbill &:c. &c. In return the other parties grant 
to John Feke an open two rod road "cross our Lotts." This 
was regularly laid out in 1730 by Joseph Dickinson and Samuel 
Macoune, to begin at the head or west end of Fenke's Lane, so 
called, or at Watinecock Road anad to run as ye way now goes, 
two (2) Rods wide unto ye said Fcake's Mill thence to Oyster 
Bay nn yc way now goes by ye house of Absalom Townsetid 
between ye (.'lefts to yc Reach and so /dong shore into ye Town 
two rods wide allowing good swinging gates on each side of 
ye Salt meadow ; and Robert Fcakcs may have a gate on ye 
west side and Robert Townsend shall kccj) a gate on ye Fast 
side of his land. Laid out by consent of Robert Feakes, Rob- 
ert Townsend and Samuel Weeks. Tlie signatures of the Fam- 
ily seem to have been "Feake" by the immigrant Lieut. Robert, 
but "Feke" by his descendants down to about \H20, after which 
tlie phonetic rendering as "Feeks" obt/iincd general currency, 
showing the tendency in colloquial usage to apply the plural 
tennination as in Cock, Cole and Wick. 

In 1699 was laid out a highway from ye Mill (at Oyster 
Bay) to ye Shoo Brook and so to Matinccock, and so around 
to Hog Island as ye path now goes six (6) Rods wide through- 
out and also from ye said Highway as ye way goes to Musketa 
Cove six (0) rods wide. 

Highways laid out in the old Purchase of Matinccock by the 
Proprietors thereof, are ordered as followeth : — From ye high- 
way that goes by Joseph Weeks senior's Westward between 
John Priar and Mott's (now W. C. Townsend and Cravath) 
lands, 80 up the Hollow (some time called Horse Hollow) as 
the way goeth until it comes to Josias (now or late Edward) 
Latten*! land and lo up along Latten*i (now Hoopcr'i) land 



14 The Feost Genkalooy 

till it comes to Musketa Cove land. Six (6) rods wide through- 
out. 

In 1708 this was resurvcyed and laid out by County Com- 
missioners. Beginning at Joseph Weeks' comer and runs west- 
erly by the School House till it conies to William Frost's land 
four rods wide or as it stands by marked trees ; then soutlierly 
between William Frost's lan<l and John Prior's land and so 
westerly across a comer of said Frost's land as it stands by 
marked trees till it comes to the South Path and so westerly 
until it comes to the end of Pudding Lane as it stands by 
marked trees and northerly up the Lane to Aaron Forman's 
land; the heap of stones to be the middle of the Highway at 
the south ontl and the Pcarh tree at the north end: then it 
ninn W(*t«rly bcfwcin Aaron Korman and Jodian LaHing'n 
land us the Highway now runn and do winterly acrosd James 
HaiuU liiii land aN it ^{nniU by markrd tn-e ami acroHN jandN of 
Aaron Fonnan and William Frost and then westerly till you 
come to James Sands lan<l four rods wide from the two trees 
that arc marked and northward along the place to the Widow 
Bunoughs' land and Landing Place as it stands by marked 
trees. Memorandum — that James Sands and the Widow Bur- 
roughs are allowed to have swinging gates on the West sido 
of the Island Swamp Brook upon their own charge. 

Highway from the af>ovc said road at the south end of Aaron 
Fonnan'o land, soutlierly along to the brow of the hill and so 
caittward to John Priar's land and so along the South end of 
Priar's land to the Highway frofn Oyster Bay to Matinecock. 
In a further memorandum it is noted that the way eastward 
on the Southsidc of Lot 16, which was Birch Hill, should be 
three rods wide. 

Highway ordi-red six (0) rods wide frofn William Fro>it'i 
Burs as ye way now runs Southward by John Townsend's land 
(near Meeting House) to Isaiah Harrisons (at Susco's Wig- 
wam) and so to Jericho. 

Highway ordered to run from Joseph Weeks Jun'rs House 
(Dnvia comer) up along the North side of Chagechagofi 
Swamp until Jt comes to yc highway from Matinecock yt gocn 
South (to ye Meeting House) 4 Hods wide throughout. 

Sheep Land was fini laid out in 1784-0 by th« Proprietors 
of Matinecock Common Lands preliminary to their allotment 



Old Matinecock 15 

and (livision and in 1748 by the Highway Commissioners of 
the Town as a three (3) rod road down to the two rocks on 
the edge of the meadow at Frost Creek, with the consent of the 
Proprietors. 

In 1739 as voted in Town Meeting, Granted the whole and 
sole right of keeping and employing a Ferry from ye Township 
of Oyster Bay across ye Sound unto ye Township of Rje or to 
New England to Samuel jMacoune. Thomas Jones, Penn Town- 
send, David Valentine, Wright Frost and Daniel Cock and 
their assigns forever, &c, &c. 

It appears that Thomas Jones soon became the sole owner 
and purchased three acres of land about where the Firling 
house stands and ran the ferry from thence to Rye, but after 
the me ot it for about two ycari by accident tbo boat was up< 
•et and all tho living; freight and paiiMongcra wore drowned 
including Jonea. 



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FIRST GENERATION 

1 WILLIA.M FROST,* b. prior to 1635, was in Southold,. 
Long Island, as early as 1655, with his brother John, and per- 
haps, with his father John, who died there the same year. 
After 1656, all by the name of Frost had disappeared from 
Southold with the exception of Sarah, daughter of one John, 
who married Thomas, brotlicr of the Rev. Youngs of that 
place, but at what date is not known. However, she as a 
widow with a famil}-, married in 1690 John Tuthill of South- 
old, they having one daughter who died young. 

Without doubt Williuin and John were among the numbers 
leaving Honton and itn vicinity about 1653, going via New 
Iluvcn to the I>orig iHlarid shore, where in 1640 thirteen men 
from New Haven had prccecded them and formed a settle- 
ment at Southold, The next we know of William he is in Sc- 
tauket, then Brookhavcn, listed as one of its inhabitants in 
1655. In 1659 he signs the following petition which had been 
presented to the General Court at Hartford, Conn., by the in- 
habitants of the plantation at Cromwell's Bay, and at a ses- 
sion of this Court held there Oct. 6, 1659, the records give: 
"Cromwell Hay being propounded to this Court to be admitted 
and received under this Government. The Court considering 
the dame, have and <loc declare their willingness to accept said 



*WIIII(i«n I'nmt tfKiy Imvr Iwiri horti In nin»t<<l, (V>, II/irnf>olpfr#', V,n%,, 
l>ut \\v proldilillltliK nxf \w w/iit l><»rn (fi Amcrlfwi, find lilx f/iflicr (ji<'rli/i|»s 
John) rniiy Iwvr Ixrri « hniWwr of I'Jd/r J'-'Ininnd, of Honlon, M'iNtt,, or 
Wllllnrri in«y tmvr Ixrfi \\w him iil I'AiU-r l',<ltiiu(((l, im no i\t\\<\ri-U iiri- n\vrn 
i\tr l«t)«r iMlwrcn (lie yi-iim iif I'fU /ind I'lUT, iiit tinnmi/d iiiTtirn-iuf tor 
UioM- limm, nrid irniUWuu <r)U tm on<- or two of lilo <K»n<» i\iiiii\nwitrft\ frotn 
Hokfoti, «nd It l» not iinr«'(iM(n(d)l«' 1o hii\t]KHtf tlwy inny h/ivir followi'd tli« 
fninllirit wIki wi-nJ frofn Hi«Tf to N«-w M/ivrn, /i» ttonK* of tlw* younfirr mn» 
oi KIdrr Kdiniind ilid, Hiid Inter rctiirn<*d. 

A Irttrr from (M-orjf Front, New 'Jown, Alton, llnnt«, Knfrlnnd, on s 
buslnrsi ».h«^t hraded "Ai)|)olntcd Kmifrrntion Agent for the Government 
of New Zealnnd, South Au«tralin and Canada,** Kays that his srand- 
father'a name was Georfre and that he had a brottier Wllllnm. All hit 
father'* children were born in Rinnted nnd he looked up sonie baptlsnu 
that are aUo found on the list from that parish. The letter is not dated, 
bat it ia known to have been written about 1S71. 

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First Generation 17 

Plantation of Setauk under this Jurisdiction etc." 
"Cromwell Bay, alis Setauke, August ye 6, 1659." 
It having pleased God to dispose the harts of us the inhab- 
itants of the place aforesaid, to subject our plantation, per- 
sons and estats under the protection and government of the Col- 
loney of conetocoke, for the full accomplishments of the prom- 
ises, wee the said inhabitance doe request the faviour of our 
trusty and beloved associats Ensigne Alixander Brian and 
Samucll Sherman to solicit our union with the said Colloncy 
that wee may be accei)tcfl a member of the «uyd body pollitick; 
the terms specified in all humbleness, three years rate free, in 
respect of our low estate and charge in poynt of purchus, 
secondly, in regard of our remoteness from the head Court, and 
the uncertaine passage over the Sound, that like privilege might 
be granted us livcing on Long Island equall with South and 
East Hampton; the aforesayd terms being granted unto us, 
wee, the sayd inhabitance athorize the sayd Ali.:an(lcr and 
Samucll to ratifie and conclud the sayd union as if we, the sayd 
inhabitance were personally present. Subscribed with a unani- 
mos consent, day and date above written." Signed by John 
Underbill, Richard Wodhull, Roger Cheston, John Jenncr, 
William Frost, Thomas Harlow, James Cock, Johon Diar 

(Prior?), Edward Rous, Thomas ( ?), Thomas Mabbes, 

George Wood, Henry Rogers, Robert Acreley. "These in the 
name of the rest." 

While in Setauket he was awarded "a new purchaser's ac- 
commodation, to wit: A piece of land between Mr. Brewster's 
and Thomas Thorp for a home lot and the rest where it could 
be found convenient, so that it may not be prejudicial to high- 
ways and waterways, the said Frost paying the purchase as 
others do." It is only fair to assume that it was here that he 
met and married his wife. From the town records of Brook- 
haven, Long Island, which we are led to believe was in those 
days the same place as Setauket, we find the following: 

Drawers of Lots of Meadow Old Purchase, 
South Fireplace, 
1664 
William Frost, No. 48 
The town lots of 1668 



18 The Fkost Gekealoot 

Wm. Frost, 1 lott 

Drawers of lotU of Meadow, 1676. 
Wm. Fro«t, No. 18 

Meadows laid out llilO. The Last Division 
Wm. Frost by John Hallet, in ye meadow mill creek, No. 61 

Drawers of lotts south side of Country Road, May 4, 1731 
Wm. Frost D. B. No. 29 

The Clerk was named Daniel Brewster, and perhaps the 
D. B. stood for him as acting for Wm. Frost or his 
heirs, as tlie latter was then deceased. 
Eastern Div. often called Great Division. Jan, 3, 1742-8, 
runs to the 14th lot of west side of Beaver Dam River. 
Wm. Frost, D. B. No. 20 

West Div. now called Little Division 
Wm. Frost, I. B. No. 53 

Long Lots, West. Div. Mch. 10, 1734 
Wm. Frost, I. B. No. 5 

Long Lots East. Div. June 10, 1734, 
Wm. FroRt, No, 10 

Dr/iwifig of a Division of Heveral Kkirt* 
Wm. Frost, L B. No. 50, Mch. 29, 1735 
Lots at Ijong Swamp, Ap. 24, 1739, 
W^m. ffrost. No. 50 

No Frost in B. assessed in 1741 
Drawers of Lots nr. Naskegue, May 2, 1743, 
Wm. ffrost. No. 26 

Lots on the South Beach from Whale House Point west to 
Long Cove. Drawn July 4th, 1774 
No Frost assessed in 1749 
William Frost, D. B. No. 19, 2 chains, .50 Links. 

Oct. 21, 1685, William buys land of Moses Mudgc of Mos- 
cito Cove and it is entered on the records at Hempstead, L. I. 
Many historians claim that when Capt. John Underhill in 
1663 purchased from the Indians that part of Oyster Bay 
known as Matinccock, he had associated with him John and 
William Frost, but there are no records known to the compiler 
to verify this statement, although it may be true. However, 
in 1667, Wm. Simson purchased from the Matinecock Indians 
a tract of fortj acres with rights in the "undisposed medows, 



First Genebatiok 19 

froHli and Halt, with crik, tliatch, with yc hcntfitH of yc cricks 
and coves, with frc hunting, finhing, fouling with yc benefit of 
all minerals according to law." Here he erected a dwelling 
house and lived until 1674 when he conveyed it with all im- 
provements to William Frost described as of Setaukct or Brook- 
haven, 

It is without doubt here that William and his wife had their 
first home and from December, 1674, until a very few years 
ago this farm with many added acres was in the possession of 
the Frost family. 

John, the brother of William, was living in the neighborhood 
in 1672, for he, with wife Abigail, buys land there from Robert 
WiUiams, but shortly after he crossed to the "Main land" and 
located in New Haven, Conn., dying there in 1700, leaving a 
large family. 

William married previous to May 20, 1673, Rebecca, daugh- 
ter of Nicholas and Ann (Bcnuprc) Wright, She was the 
former wife of Elcnzcr Lcvcrich of I^ynn and Sandwich, Muss., 
and Oyxtcr Hay, N, Y. William died Nov. 19, 171», and wan 
buried on his own farm as are many of his descendants. The 
date of the death of Rebecca is uncertain, but she was living at 
the date of William's will in 1698. According to the records 
in the New York Surrogate's office, it appears that William 
must have married the second time, for in 1720 Letters of Adm. 
are granted to wife, Eleanor, on the estate of Wm. Frost, Esq., 
of Oyster Bay, L. I. 

WILL OF WILLIAM FROST OF OYSTER BAY, 
DATED MCH. 28, 1698. 

^^ I, William Frost, being sick of body, but perfect in memory, 
item, I give and bequeath to my two sons William and Wright 
Frost all my land and meadows equally to be divided amongst 
them. All my moveables, I give and bequeath to my wife and 
after her decease to be equally divided between my two sons, 
and my two sons to take care of their mother and to see that 
she wants for nothing as long as she doth live and I do empower 
my two sons to receive all debts which are due to me and to pay 
all debts which I do owe which can be made to appear. I, Wil- 
liam Frost, do confirm all mj above said land and meadows 



20 The Feost Gekealoot 

specified and bequeath to them as above, said William, my eldest 
son and Wright my youngest son to them and their heirs for- 
ever, but if one die it shall return to the other and if both die 
without issue it shall then return to any of the Frosts' de- 
scended from George Frost bom in Binsted, two miles from 
Famam in Hampshire in old England. 

(Signed) WILLIAM FROST. 

Witnesses : 

George Codner, 

Edward Wright, 

Hannah Siblpy, 

Aaron ITorinan, 

Nicholas Wright, father of Rebecca, who married Wm. Frost, 
was a direct descendant of Thomas, who in the time of Henry 
the VHI, was of Norfolk, England, and wliose son John died 
seized with the manors of Teudalls and Rowses. Nicholas was 
the son of John, who married Ann, daughter of Edmund Beau- 
pre, and heir to Beaupre Hall in Norfolk, England. He was 
bom there in 1609, but just when he came to America is not 
known, but he early settled in Lynn, with his brothers, An- 
thony and Peter. Lynn was then called "Saugus" and in 1637 
ten families were discharged from the church there to form 
a settlement in Sandwich, Mass., and among them were the 
Wrights and Rev. Wm. Leverich, whose son became the first 
husband of Rebecca (Wright) Frost, from which marriage 
there was no issue. 

On Sept- 7, 164'1, a division of meadow land was made in 
Sandwich and lots fell to each of the three Wright brothers. 
In April, 1653, the Rev. Wm. Leverich and Nicholas, Peter and 
Anthony Wright, with others, left Sandwich and located in the 
neighborhood of Huntington and Oyster Bay, L. I. (In this 
list is one Wm. Hurst, which, if one had access to the original, 
might read Wm. Frost, which fact may be suggestive to the 
future student.) 

Nicholas Wright dates his will April 10, 1674, and calU 
himself of Oyster Bay, saying he is aged sixty-five or there- 
abouts. The will was proven Dec. IS, 1682, and he makes his 
wife Ann, Executrix. Mentions all his sons but not his daugh- 
ters, probably because they were all married and provided for. 



First Genekation 21 

but in the Will of their uncle Anthony, who never married, 
under date of May 20, 1673, they are all named and left small 
amounts. The will was proven Dec. 8, 1680. 

Many lines of the Frost family trace back to Nicholas and 
Peter Wright. 

The "Friends" or "Quakers" made great inroads on Long 
Island as early as 1657, but although there is ample evidence to 
connect the Wright family with them in those early times, all 
facts lend to the belief that the pioneer Wm. Frost was not of 
them, for on Aug, 6, 1693, there is a petition of Oeorge Doftrd- 
nmn /ifid wife of Oyntj-r hny, rolalive to tffi ncrvn of land nci/cd 
by Collector Wm. Front, for taxes, thereby showing he was the 
tax collector for the King and not interested in the "Friends" 
as late as that date, nor was his son Wright Frost, for he was 
also a tax collector as will be shown farther on. 
Issue : 

+2 William. , 

-fS Wright. 



BIXOND GKNEllATION. 

« WILLIAM, M)n of (1) Willium und H.-lxroi (VVnglit) 
Frost, born Muli»i<rork, 1071, «li.<| Mmtc Nov, !il), 17^8. IIo 
wa« arcidcrilully kilhd wliilo Hlaii^litt'nn^ n l)cc-f which felt on 
him. He married about 1700 Hannah, daughter of Jolin and 
Elizabeth (Bownc) Pryer of Matinccock. Hunnah was bom 
Oct. 22, 1081, and died Dec. 18, 1771. 

Hannah Pryer was the grand-daughter of Matthew and Mary 
Pryer and also grand-daughter of John and Hannah (Fekc) 
Bowne of Flushing. John and Hannah Bowne were married 
May 7, 1656. John was from Matlock, Derbyshire, England, 
and was twenty-nine years of age when married. He was the 
son of Thomas, who died July 18, 1677, aged eighty-two ycarsi 
Hannah Hownc was born in!J7, and wan the daiighkT of llobort 
and IMi/abeth Pcke, Jlli/alMth Ixing the widow and cousin of 
Henry, son of Gov, VVinthrop, who was drowned in Salem, 
Mass. Her maiden name was Fonos and she came to New 
England Nov, 2, lO^l, (Sec Bownc-Fonei-Feke-Winthrop 
families.) 
Imuc : 

-f-4 William, b. 29 of 8 mo., 1702, 

+.5 George, b. 15 of 9 mo., 1704. 

+6 Samuel, b. 25 of 2 mo., 1706, 

4-7 John. b. 11 of 12 mo., 1708. 

-1-8 Benjamin, b. June 9, 1710. 

-f 9 Rebecca, b. 28 of 8 mo., 1714. 

-f 10 Isaac, b. 3 of 4 mo., 1717. 

-f-11 Tliomas, b, 17 of 5 mo,, 1718. 

+ 12 Hannah, b, 10 of 8 mo., 1723. 

+13 Sarah, b. Sept. 2, 1728. 

8 WRIGHT, son of (1) William and Rebecca (Wright) 
Frost, b. 1676, d. March 28, 1738} m. Mary, b. Feb. «6, 1677, 
d. 1751« daughter ot John and Mary (Pryer) UnderhiU, and 



Second Genebation 2& 

grand-rhuighter of Capt. Jolm ond Helena (Knigcr) Under- 
liill nm\ 0/ Mdttlaw and Mary Vrycr, 

Iiiuc: 
^^ -t-l'i Joxcpli, h, Mdfincrock, 1714. 
+15 WriKlit, b, 170(3. 

16 Daniel, b. 1708, d. Miitinccock 17^1, not m. In 
1742 lie conveys lot to bro. Wright. In 1749 lie 
buys S. E. part of tlie John Pryer homcsteud. 
In 1747 he sells lot to Adam Cannan. 
+17 Jacob, b. Aug. 8, 1711. 
Two old stones in the Frost Cemetery marked "W. F., 1738, 
and M, F., 1751," are evidently the markers for Wright and 
Mary. 

In 1707 Wright Frost, as tax collector, demanded of Mary 
Willcts, a Friend, a tax rate for church purposes. She records 
she refused to pay, and he took whatever he pleased for the 
priest's worship house. 

Dec. 2.% 17.31, Wright Frost, Jr., of Oyster Bay has his 
car mark entered at Hempstead as "on left car a crop and a 
half penny on each side ye Right ear." 

In a letter from the late Valentine Frost to the late Mr. 
J. J. Ivattin, Mr. Frost says he has the commission of Wright 
Frost, Cap't of Militia of Oyster IJay, 1737. He also has the 
journal that Wright Frost kept when he went on horseback 
to Burlington, Vt., where he owned some land, and refers Mr. 
Lattin to Mitchel's old diary, but of the latter I could find no 
record. 

In the meetings of the Weslbury Meetings of the Friends 
under date of April 30, 1712, Mary, wife of Wright Frost, is 
condemned for going out of the order of Truth in taking a 
husband and against the witness of God placed in her own 
conscience, and signifying her sorrow for the same and her 
desire to be reconciled to God and his people, the "Friends,'* 
are satisfied. 

EXTRACTS FROM THE WILL OF WRIGHT FROST. 

"I, Wright Frost of Mattcnoncck, in the Bounds of Oyster 
Bay, in Queens Co. on Nassau Island, in Province of New 
York, Yeoman,** 



24 The Fbost Gekealocy 

**To son Wright all land lying near the Island Swamp so 
called which my father Wm. Frost purchased from the Indians, 
more I do give unto my son Wright, land in Muskctocove pat- 
ten, more I do give my son Wright the one half of my part of 
the Frost Meadow so called which Ij'es with William Frost 
meadow undivided Land, bounded on the West side, Wm. Frost 
Land on the cast side, all of which Land and Meadow as above 
I do give to my son Wright Frost his heirs and assigns forever 
he paying out a legacy of thirty pounds unto my son Daniel 
Frost in two years after my decease. To my son Wright, my 
negro boy called Natt that now lives with him. 

To my son Joseph Land and Meadow lying south side where 
he now liveth, also my negro called Robin that now liveth with 
him. 

To my son Jacob Frost my homestead where I now dwell 
with all my houses Barnes Land down the neck joj-ning to the 
same lying on the East side of William Frost Land. To my 
son Jacob the equal one half of my meadow lying at a place 
called Great Meadow lying between William Frost Land and 
Sands Land and to my son Jacob also all Land lying at head of 
Choagan Swamp called the Hey Field bounded on the West by 
Benj. Frost Land and on the North by highway, also all the 
Land that leads from Oyster Bay to Musketacove on south 
side of the Meeting House which Land I had of Frcelove Jones, 
also all my Land on Oak Neck and one half my right of Land 
on Pine Island and all my right of Marshes and meadows at 
Pine Island also my negro man James. 

To my son Daniel Frost a piece of Land joyning the east 
end of Hopkins Land containing twenty acres bounded on the 
east by William Frost Land and west by Benjamin Frost Lund 
also all my meadows lying at a place called Little Meadow and 
my right of the Creeks and Creek lying between said meadows. 
Daniel shall have the liberty to bring his hay across Jacob's 
Land where it shall suit Jacob best. 

To Daniel one acre or more on east side of the highway that 
leads from my house to the Meeting House also ten acres of 
Land lying in the Old Purchase of Oyster Bay bounded on the 
south bj Simonson Land, north by Mathew Priar's Land. All 
my right of Land not disposed of in Old and New Purchase 
of Ojrstcr Baj to Daniel except mj right on the Great Plaint 



** Second Geneeatiom 25 

which I do give to my four sons Wright, Joseph Jacob and 
Daniel divided equally. 

To Jacob all Land lying down the Neck between my house 
and the Sound on the Neck called Weckcs Neck. 

To my wife Mary one negro girl called Nanni or Ann and 
the use of my negro man Dick and my negro girl Charity dur- 
ing her widowhood. To my wife Mary all my Flax and Wool 
Yams or New Cloth, four Cowes two oxen fifteen sheep six 
swine one horse and saddle. 

To my grandaughtcr Mnry Frost, little negro girl Catls. 
Dated March 8th, 1738. Ex. Wife Mary, Sons Wright and 
Jacob and Daniel Underbill. Wit: — Isaac Dean, Gr«o. Frost, 
Josiah Cox, Stun'l Underbill. 
Proven August 19th, 1738. 



THIRD GENERATION. 

4 WILLIAM, 8on of (2) William and Hannah (Prycr) 
Frost, b. 29th of 8 mo., 1702, d. 29th of 9 mo., 1782; m. Dec. 
20, 1730, Susannah, daughter of Charles and Sarah Coles. Su- 
sannah died the 27th of 2 mo,, 1736, and William m. for his 
second wife Jemima, daughter of Benjamin and Phebe (Simp- 
kins) Coles. Jemima was bom the 22nd of 2nd mo., 1714, and 
died the 7th of 6th mo., 1769. A Susannah Frost m. Nov. 14, 
1778, a Francis Towse. 

In will of William Frost of Oyster Bay, calling himself of 
Matinecock, dated March 26, 1781, and proven Dec. 6, 1782, 
he mentions son William and "other two sons Stephen Frost 
Charlton and Charles Frost Charlton,*' s statement which the 
compiler has been unable to solve. They are mentioned as 
above several times and he makes them, with others, executors 
of his will. 

Issue, by the first wife: 
+18 Mary, b. 1733. 
+19 William. 
Issue, by the second wife: 
+20 Stephen, b. 1748. 
+21 Charles. 
22 John, d. young. 

5 GEORGE, son of (2) William and Hannah (Pryer) 
Frost, b. 15th of 9th mo., 1704, d. 16th of 5th mo., 1760; m. 
Anne, daughter of Joseph and Elizabeth (Wright) Coles. Anne 
was b. 1708 and d. Sept. 28, 1803, in her 95th year. She is 
buried in the old Frost cemetery at Locust Valley, L. I. George 
was a miller and fanner and lived on or near Shoe Brook. De- 
scendants are eligible to the Mayflower Society. 

Issue: 

+2.5 Elizabeth. 

+24 Rebecca, b. July 8, 1731. 

26 



Third Geneeatiok 27 

Anne married for her second husband (at Hempstead Epis- 
copal hurch), Jan. 11, 1764, Micajah Townsend, who died 
Nov. 9, 1781. No issue. 

George Frost was a witness to the will of Samuel Cock of 
Oyster Bay, dated Sept. 14, 1741, and proven Nov. 18, 1741. 

Epcnetus Townsend, b. Cedar Swamp near Oyster Bay, was 
the ancestor of Micajah, and inherited land purchased from 
the Indians by his ancestor Henry. Micajah Townsend first m., 
April 23, 1732, Elizabeth Piatt, who died May 16, 1769. He 
then married in 1760 Meribah, daughter of Joshua Townsend, 
who died soon after, and then he m. Anne, widow of George 
P'rost. Micajah was son of John and Hester (Smith). In 
1745 George Frost was owner of the Silas Cock mill property 
and had an arbitration with the Birdsalls about a right of way 
to the Buckram Road. 

6 SAMUEL, son of (2) WiUiam and Hannah (Fryer) 
Frost, b. Feb. 25, 1706, lived Oyster Bay, and in the old Frost 
cemetery is a stone marked, "S. F.," with no dates visible which 
doubtless belongs to him. He m. Kcziah, daughter of Jacob 
and Hannah (Townsend) Wright of Oyster Bay. Jacob was 
the son of Job and Rachel Wright and grandson of Peter and 
Alice Wright and Peter was the brother of Nicholas, both be- 
ing immigrants. Jacob W^right had a sister Rachel who m. 
Thomas Stokes and a sister Keziah, who m. at the Wcstbury 
Friends' Meeting House John Burr of Northampton, Burling- 
ton Coimty, N. J., son of Henry and Elizabeth. These two 
sisters finally moving to Pennsylvania, Jacob followed them 
there and m. as his second wife Mary Richardson in 1728. 
Issue: 

-f25 Samuel. 

-t-26 Keziah. 

-f27 Philena. 

28 Deborah, m. Epis. Ch. Hempstead, L. I., Feb. 14, 

1766, Richard Southard. 

29 Sarah, m. Hyatt. 

30 Rhoda. 
+31 Jacob. 

32 Ruth, m. Oakley. 

In 1729-30 William Frost gives his brother Samuel land at 



£8 Til It Fhowt Ojcmkalooy 

"Unkaway now Massapcqua at ye south" side of the Island. In 
1734-5 Joseph and Samuel Frost convey meadow land at Un- 
kaway to one "Weeks." 174f9 Samuel was overseer of High- 
ways at "ye south." 

7 JOHN, son of (2) William and Hannah (Pryer) Frost, 
b. 11th of 12th mo., 1708; m. Phcbe, daughter of David Til- 
lear or as the name was later known "Tillcy" and the name an 
**Tille" is still continued in some lines of their descendants. 
John was a cabinet maker and had a farm at "ye spring," now 
known as Mutton town or Spring Hill, Oyster Bay Township. 
Issue : 

+3.3 Sarah. 
+34 David. 
+3.'5 John. 

36 George, m. and had sons, Timothy and James. 
PhclK', after the death of .John, m. Thonius, son of Joseph 
and Martha J. (IJowtie) Thorrie of Flunhing and Mu^kcta 
Cove, N. v., who was b. 170i, and d, 1704-7. 

It is possible that John hud a wife prior to his marriage with 
Phi'bc Tilli-y by the name of llachel Wright, whom he married 
Jan. 12, 1736-7. 

In 1730 Wright and Wm. Frost, yeomen, convey to John 
Frost, brotlier to said William (carpenter), two parcels of land 
in the Old Purchase, 16 acres by the Spring, North and west 
by John Ruland, east by John Jackson, other on road from 
Jericho to Matinccock adjoining Barnes Cole and Josias Lat- 
ting. William also conveys some meadows at South. Wit. 
Samuel Underbill and Wm. Wright. 

Phcbe Tillcy after the death of her husband John Frost m. 
Thomas Thorn as above and moved to Cortland Manor, N. Y. 
Being Tories, the sons of Thomas and Phcbe fled to the western 
part of Long Island during the Revolution, which was occu- 
pied by the British. James and Melancthon m. there but Ja- 
cob's wife was from Westchester. Melancthon went to St. 
Johns, N. B., but returned. 

EXTRACTS FROM WILL OF THOMAS THORNE. 
Thomas Thome, Blacksmith, of the Manor o( Cortlandt, will 



Third Oknkration 29 

dated Oct. 20, 1764, proven Feb. 25, 1767. His west farm 
purJ a',ed from Peter Cimba ( ?). Mentions wife Phcbe, giving 
her tlie best of everything. Youngest son, Malankthon, not of 
age at date of will, eldest son Daniel, daughter Ethclanah, son 
William. Divided the residue between Daniel Thorn, Thorn 
Carpenter, Wm. Thorn, Thomas Thome, James Thorne, Jacob 
Thome, Malancthon Thom, Elizabeth Carpenter, Hannah 
Bound, Phebc Cockd, and Ethclanah Ilakcr, the men to have 
double the share of the women. Mentions his four youngest 
sons as, Thomas, James, Jacob and Malancthan. Reserved one 
half acre south of his house, thirty rods from the house where 
the stack yard is for a burial ground for the family. Witnesses 
were Francis and Elizabeth Strang and Isaac Hatfield. Eliza- 
beth Strang was a Hyatt, sister to Sarah Hyatt, who m. (34) 
David Frost, son of Phebc Thorne by her first husband, John 
Frost. 

8 BENJAMIN, son of (2) William and Hannah (Prycr) 
Fi'ost, If. June 9, 1710, lived at Wolver Hollow, L. I., and 
probably moved from there to Ninopartners, Dutchess County, 
N. Y., about 17/5fi. He m. Hose, daughter of James and Han- 
nah (Dickinson) Springer, A Benjamin Frost served in the 
Revolution in the Sixth Regiment, Dutchess County Militia. 
Issue : 

+37 Benjamin. 

+38 Lott, b. March 1, 1744. 

+39 Zophar. 

+40 Rosannah. 

+41 Henry. 

+42 Freelove. 

COPY FROM W. K. FROST OF TROY, N. Y. 

"It appears that there was a Swedish nobleman who was pos- 
sessed of large wealth and who disappeared from Sweden about 
1760 to 1770 after placing a very large sum of money on de- 
posit in the Swedish Bank. It transpired some time afterward 
that he came to this country and acquired a large tract of land 
in Delaware which he leased for 99 years and again disappeared 
and wa« never again heard from. About half the city of Wil- 



so The Fiobt Genealooy 

min^t«n utandii on tliiu lund. Shortly before the expiration of 
the lea«e the agitution was started with the object of getting in 
position to take possession when the lease fell in, as the Rose 
Springer who married 13enj. Frost was the heiress of the afore- 
said nobhrnan. It was n loatlor of common knowledge in tho 
family that sIk- atul Hmj. wvn: man and wife but ii|ion alt(!mpt- 
jng to show till- r««ord and so prove I he marriage legally, there 
ociurred a mysferioiis i\rv in tho room where the marriage rec- 
ords were kept, whieh fire was extinguished before very much 
Jiod iK'cn burned, but after it was all over the book containing 
these particular records was missing. What was done with tho 
property is not known, but, being unable to prove n legal de- 
•wnt, we were forevir out as fur as our rlivision was concerned. " 

'J'he compiler has read a letter written by JOglwrt lleustis of 
Verbank Station, Dutchens County, N. Y., in 1HH4, in which ho 
•aid that some of the ancentors of ilose Springer nnist have been 
»ea captains us old books on navigation and bearing the 
Springer name arc in the family, and also that the old family 
Bible of Benj. Frost was then in existence but I have been un- 
able to get any trace of it. (See No. 630.) 

In the Frost cemetery at Locust Valley, L. I., is a stone so 
old that all dates are obliterated, bearing the name of Hannah 
Springer. 

9 REBFXCA, daughter of (2) William and Hannah 
(Prycr) Frost, b. 28th of 8th mo., 1714; m, Josiah, son ot 
James and Hannah (Feke) ('ock, Josiah was b. 27th of lilt 
mo., 1709, and d. 1700. He moved to Mile Square from Buck- 
ram in 17/>8, selling his fann to Daniel Kirby. Hi» parents 
were married Oct. 1, 1698. 

Issue (Cock) : 

43 James, b. June 29, 1731 ; m. Phebe Thorn. 

44 Deborah, b. July 21, 1734; m., 1758, Wm. Pearce. 
+45 Jacob, b. Sept. 28, 1736. 

46 George, b. April 24, 1739 ; m., 1766, Jcrusha Mar- 

shal. 

47 Isaac, b. Sept 6, 1741 ; m., 176S, Charity Haight. 

48 Rhoda, b. Sept. 6, 1741. 

49 Martha, b. 1747. 

00 Elizabeth, b. Dec. 1, 1747 1 m., 1780, Joshua Cock. 



Timed Oenkration 81 

51 Hannah, b. March 29, 17/52; m. Andrew Ileynold.. 

10 ISAAC, son of (2) William and Hannah (Pryer) Frost. 
b. 8rd of 4th mo., 1717, d. 1798. LiccnKc to marry granted 
March a, 173H, to Mary, daoghtor of Jam..- and Hannah 
(Ffkc) (-ock. Mary wax b. J.ino /J, 1722, and d. 1777. Hho 
WM the. Krand (hiMghffr of James and Harah Cock and of John 
Md Kllzttbtlh ( I'rytr) Fckc, early stttlcr* of Matinccock. 
ItRue : 

fi« James, not m. Lived in Clinton, Dutchew Co., 
and will on file in Pouffhkccpsie, dated March M, 
181 H, and proven April 10, 1829. 
-}-/53 Ilhoda. 

+04 Kil/alx'lh. 
■j-lili Isaac. 

+56 Obadiah, b. March 26, 1752. 
+57 Jonlan, b. Feb. 10, 1754. 
+58 Solomon, b. March 15, 1756. 
+59 George, b. March 11, 1760. 
+60 Mordecai, b. April 3, 1758. 
+61 Mary, b. April 27, 1762. 
+62 Anna. 
+63 Ethclannah. 

64 Sarah, m. Benjamin Wordcn of Clinton, N. Y. She 

d. prior to Marrh, 1818, 
en Hannah, m. Feb. 26, 1795, Dunid, son of Daniel 
and Sarah Lawrence of New York. No issue. 
Isaac lived at Mill River Neck, Long Island, and moved to 
the Mam Land, settling at Crom Pond and then Clinton, N Y 

Il'.fi? ^l'"*""" *^*"" ^'^^^- ^' ^'^^ Long Island in 1763. ' In 
1741 Charies Wright and his mother sell Isaac Frost 47 acres 
W3th buddings on the west side of Mill Hiver Neck, now the 
«jtat^ of Smith tJnderi.ill. In 1758 Nicholas and Townsend 
Weckes sell to Isaac Frost. In 1763 Isaac and Mary Frost 
•ell to John Underbill 111 acres all the above premises. Wit- 
ness: Benj. Townscnd, who married (23) Betty, daughter of 
George Frost, and Joseph Cock, who married (68) Rhoda. 
daughter of Isaac Froit. 



8S Thk FiosT Okkkalooy 

11 THOMAS, «on of (2) William .iml UnmmU (Prycr) 
Frost; lived in Matinecock, L. I., born 17th of 6th mo,, 1718, 
and his burial spot is marked by a stone in the old Frost 
Cemeterj, "T. F., Dec. 11, 1782." He married, probably 
as second wife, Phebe, daughter of Charles and Rosannah 
Thomeycraft, the license to wed being granted Nov. 17» 
1757. Phebe was living in 1799. (See page 322.) 
Issue: 

66 John, liccnut'd to wed, issued Nov. 18, 1782, to 
Phcbc, dau. Jacob and Hannah Carpenter, 
-f 67 George, b. 1773. 

68 Sarah. 
+69 Hannah, b. Sept. 17, 1766. 
+70 Phebe. 

71 Rtbtccft, m., 1787, Richardson Reynolds, son of 
Juwhix and Kliz/thrth. 
'J'hoiiifiK wuH n. wUnt'uu to tin? will of Harnut-I Cock of Ma- 
tinecock, Oybtcr Hay, dated June 10, 17/51', and proven May 
28, 17.55; also witness to the will of Wright Frost of Oyster 
Bay, dated Aug, 22, 1758, and proven March 13, 1760. 
There was a Thomas and Thomas, Jr., who served in the Rev- 
olutionary War from Dutchess County, 

12 HANNAH, daughter of (2) William and Hannah 
(Prycr) Frost, b. 10th of 8th nio„ 1723, d, 2nd of 4th mo., 
1809; m. 19th of 2nd mo., 1762, Robert Mitchell Baxter, b. 
20th of 6th mo., 1738, son of Oliver and Elizabeth Baxter. 
Robert was a school teacher, 

Hannah lies buried in the old Frost Cemetery, and her 
stone reads, "Hannah Baxter, Ap. 2, 1809. Age, 88 yrs. 
7 mos. 12 days." Robert lived at the entrance of Frost 
Lane. No issue. 

13 SARAH, daughter of (2) William and Hannah 
(Pryer) Frost, b. Sept. 2, 1728, d. May 14, 1813; m. (84) 
Zcbulon, b. 1726, d. 1767, age 41, son of Wright and Free- 
lo%-e (Coles) Frost. Zcbulon was a witness to the will of 
Samuel Cock of Oyster Bay, dated June 10, 1704, and 
proven May M, 1765. 

Issue : 



Third Oeneratiok 88 

75 Jc'ttiiiiiii, tn. 17H4!, iNuac, Mon of Thomas and 

Phebe (Allen) Smith. No issue. 

/l4j JOSEPH, son of (3) Wright and Mary (UnderhiU) 
Pnwt; b. Matinecock, L. I., Jan. 14, 1714i, d. Cortlandt, N. 
Y., Jan. 14, 1774; m. Martha, d. March 16, 1756, daughter 
of James and Hannah (Fcke) Cock, and grand-daughter of 
James and Sarah Cock and of John and Elizabeth (Prier) 
Fekc, all of Matinecock, Oyster Day, L. I. 
Imuc : 

4-73 Wright, b. Sept. 26, 1746. 

4-74 Elizabeth, b. Feb. 24, 1741. 

+76 Hannah, b. July 2, 1744. 

76 Sarah, b. June 16, 1755; m. Hart, and 

one of her daughters, named Pamclia, m. 
Lttkp, son of T.tikc and Mary (Van Vlrck) 
Stoughl((il>ur;^h, and had (1) Wright, who 
was blind; (2) Joseph, m. Margaret Hutchin- 
son; (3) Mary, m. S. Connover; (4) Sarah, m. 
a Schenck ; (5) David, b. 1812, m. Harriet Coop; 
(6) Jacob, m. Susan Hutchinson; (7) Samuel, 

m. Sands; (8) James, m. Sarah T. 

Haight. 
4-77 Amcy, b. Jan. 16, 1735. 

78 Micah, b. Nov. 2, 1738; unm. A private in pay of 
the Province of New York in the part command- 
ed by Capt. Pctrcs Stuyvesant in 1758. Height 
given as five feet, eight inches. Age, 20 years. 
4-79 Jacob, b. April 2, 1752. 
-j^ 4-80 Caleb, b. June 18, 1749. 

Joseph Frost was a witness to the will of James Cock of 
Oyster Bay, dated June 11, 1746. 

John Feke was a son of Robert and Elizabeth (Fones) (Win- 
throp) Feke, b. 1638, m. Sept. 15, 1670. Elizabeth was the 
daughter of Matthew Pryer of Killingworth. 

1732, Joseph was left land by his father "to ye south." 
1745, Joseph buys land of Penn Townsend, 120 acres on 
the north side and 26 acrei on the south side of the road west 
of the Meeting House. , 

1767» Joseph selli to Daniel Cock and Phiany Cock, his sis- 



S4i The Fhost Gemealoot 

ter, llfj $-4i mcrcH, part of Hip aforrwaid, I'lic liorric of Jo«cph 
wa» one-lialf mile wc'8t of the M/itinccock Meeting House, and 
there may be seen to-day a "print" of the old cellar. 

EXTRACTS FROM THE WILL OF JOSEPH FROST. 

"In the name of God, Amen, Oct. 15, 1773. I, Joseph Frost, 
of the Manor of Cortlandt, in Westchester County." 

"My south farm known by the name of the Boucher (or 
Bancker) farm to be sold, and debts paid with the money." I 
leave to my son Wright Frost, the west end of my dwelling 
house, with the cellar, and six acres of meadow north of the 
house. I leave to my daughter Elizabeth 30 pounds and a cow, 
and a bed with full furniture." To my daughter Hannah 30 
pounds and a cow and a bed. To my daughter Sarah 30 
pounds. To my daughter Anne, wife of Benj. Lewis, 21 pounds. 
To my son Wright, the oldest yoke of oxen and a horse. I 
leave to my sons Micha and Jacob, "the east end of my dwelling 
house, being the new house," and a pair of oxen. My North 
farm being the remainder of my land, I leave to my three sons 
Wright, Micha and Jacob. All the rest of my moveable estate 
to my four sons, Wright, Micha, Caleb and Jacob. I make 
John Underbill, son of Daniel Underbill of Oyster Bay, and my 
sons Wright and Jacob, executors. 

Witnesses, Robert Cock, James Travis (son of James), Jo- 
seph Strang. Proved Feb. 10, 1774. 

15 WRIGHT, son of (3) Wright and Mary (Undcrhill 
Frost, b. 1706, d. June 7, 1769; lived in Matinecock and is 
buried in the old Frost Cemetery. He m. Freelovef daughter of 
Dvnjaiitin and I'hcbe (Bimkins) Coles. 
Issue: 

4-81 Jemima, b. 1735. 
-1-82 Mary. 
+83 Phcbe. 
+84 Zcbulon, b. 1726. 
+85 Penn. 
+86 Daniel, b. 1728. 
Wnght was a witness to the will of Samuel Cock of Matine- 
cock* Oyster Bay, dated June 10, 1754, and proren May 1t8, 
1765. 



Third Generation 95 

EXTRACTS FIIOM WILL 01' WIUOIIT I'llOST. 

"I, Wright Frost, of the town of Oyster Bay, being through 
the mercy of God in enjoyment of health." All just debts to 
be paid, "and in order to do it, it is my will that my wife Free- 
love and my sons, Zcbulon, Penn and Daniel Wright, shall 
carry on all their business jointly, as we have done heretofore" 
and support their families, and pay debts as soon as they can. 
I leave to my wife all movable estate within doors, and a negro 
man, a horse, 6 sheep, and her choice of rooms in my house, and 
the use of one third of meadows and Creek Thatch. I leave to 
my son Daniel my 2 lots of lane lying in my Misquito Cove Pat- 
ent, one of which I had of my father, Wright Frost, being 50 
acres, and the other I bought of Jacob Furman, 30 acres. I leave 
to my daughter Jemima so much of my out door movables as 
will make her equal to the outsetting I have given to my daugh- 
ters, Mary Thorneycraft and Phebe De Milt. I leave to my 
two sons Penn and Daniel so much utensils of husbandry as 
will make them equal to what I have given to my son Zebulon. 
My sons and my daughter Mary, if she shall be a widow, are to 
have the privilege of living in my house with my wife. I leave 
to my daughters, Phebe De Milt and Jemima Frost each 100 
pounds. These legacies arc to be paid by my three sons. My 
executors are to put 95 pounds at interest for my daughter 
Mary Thorneycraft. I make my sons Zebulon and Penn, and 
my cousins Daniel Underbill and Thomas Pcarsall, executors. 
I leave to my son Penn Frost, all my right on Pine Island, and 
to my three jons all my right in the Great Plains. 

WitnoHHCH, JoHrf)h Latting, George Townscnd, Thomas 
Front, Aug. 2'2, 1758. Proved March 5, 1700. 

Nov. 12, 17.'39, Wright Frost, Daniel Underbill, John Prior 
and Jacob and Daniel Frost sold Fox Island at Matinccock to 
Major Jones for a ferry wharf. 

Capt. Wright Frost in 1746 issued warrant for Bcnj. Car- 
penter for not appearing at training and fined him 11 shillings 
which Carpenter refused to pay, and Capt. Frost took seven 
pounds of wool as an equivalent March 28, 1746. 

17 JACOB, son of Wright (3) and Mary ( Underbill ) 
Frost, b. Aug. 8, 1711» lived and died in Matinecock the S4th 



86 The Fbost Genealogt 

of 8th mo., 1776. He is buried in the old Frost Cemetery. 
He married Sarah, b. Oct. 6, 1719, d. April 4, 1791, buried in 
the old Frost Cemeterj, daughter of Joseph and Deborah 
(Coles) Woolsej. Deborah was dau. of Nat'I and Deborah 
(Wright) Coles. 

Issue: 

87 Letitia, b. Jan. 4, 1740, d. not m. the 27th of 9th 
mo., 1776. 
+88 Mary, b. 6th of 6th mo., 1746. 
+89 Thcodosia, b. 12th of 3rd mo., 1741. 

In the old Frost Cemetery is a stone marked, "Deborah 
Woolscy, died Sept, 5, 1776, age 80 years," evidently the 
mother of the above Sarah Frost. 

Deborah Coles, b. Oct. 29, 1696, m. Joseph Woolsey March 
27, 1718. She d. Sept. 5, 1776. Had two children, Sarah, 
who m. Jacob Frost, and Hannah, b. Dec. 28, 1739; m. Samuel 
Maccown, and had Martha, b. Dec. 28, 1739; John, b. Nov. 27, 
1742; Violetta, b. Aug. 20, 1745; Samuel, b, Jan. (?). 

Joseph Woolscy was a brother of Ilcv. Bcnj. and son of 
Capt. George Woolsey. The latter two are buried »idc by 
tide in the burial ground of the family in Locust Grove, Do- 
»oris, L. I. 

In Joseph Woolsey's time they lived at East Island, L. L 
A tradition has been carefully handed down that when the An- 
netja Jans property was settled **we must pat in our claim,** 
but why, no one can now recalL 



FOURTH GENERATION. 

18 MARY, daughter of (4) William and Susannah (Coles) 
Frost, b. 1733, d. Sept. 17, 1762; m. Daniel, b. 1726, d. 1765; 
lived in Lattingtown, son of Thomaa and Penelope (Coles) 
Thorn, of Musketa Cove. 

Issue (Thorn) : 
+90 Stephen. 
+91 Charles, b. 1765. 

19 WILLIAM, son of (4) William and Susannah (Coles) 
Frost, d. 1794; m. Nov. 1, 1756, Ethclinda, daughter of Jo- 
seph and Mary (Butler) Latting. No children. Ethclinda, 
after the death of William, m. Jacob Valentine of "ye place." 
Under date April 13, 1776, in Journal of Prov, Congress, Wm. 
Frost is named as Second Lieutenant, Will on file at Jamaica, 
L. I,, proven Sept, 14, 1798. 

20 STEPHEN, son of (4) William and Jemima (Coles) 
Frost, b. June 29, 1748, d. May 23, 1832, lived at Latting- 
town, buried in the old Frost Cemetery; m. May 31, 1769, 
Sarah, b. Feb. 14, 1750, d. April 24, 1807, buried in the old 
Frost Cemetery, daughter of Hczckiah and Rosannah (Town- 
lend) Cock. 

Issue: 

92 Mary, b. March 31, 1770, d. Nov. 17, 1776. 
+93 Rosannah, b. Feb. 10, 1772. 
+94 William, b. June 24, 1774. 
+95 Sarah, b. Dec. 22, 1776. 
+96 Jacob, b. Oct. 6, 1778. 
+97 Laetitia, b. March 14, 1781. 
+98 Mary, b. Oct. 10, 1784. 
+99 Elizabeth, b. Sept. 3, 1787. 
+100 Charles, b. Oct. 19, 1790. 

101 Stephen, b. March 25, 1794, d. March 9, 181«. 
Buried in the old Frost Cemetery. 

87 



38 The Fbost Genealoot 

21 CHARLES, son of (4) William and Jemima (Coles) 
Frost, b. Feb., 1750, d. March 9, 1820; lived at Matinecock 
and WTieatlj, L. I. ; m. 1773, Esther, b. Feb. 22, 1756, daugh- 
ter of William and Dinah (Hopkins) Cock, for his first wife. 
Second, he m., Feb. 10, 1780, at Ojster Bay, L. I., Mary, b. 
Nov. 2, 1760, d. April 28, 1837, daughter of Isaac and Sarah 
(Titus) Rushmorc. 

Will of Charles Frost, filed Jamaica, L. I., dated 17th of 4th 
mo., 1819, proven March 27, 1820, mentions wife Mary, and 
all the children and nephew, Isaac Downing. He owned land 
on west side of highway from Cedar Swarap to Wheatley, L. L, 
and salt meadows at South Hempstead. 
Issue, by the first wife : 

+102 Jemima. 
Issue, by the second wife : 
+103 Isaac. 
+104 Phcbe. 

105 Edrnond, m. Abigail Carman. 
+106 Sarah, 
+107 Stephen. 

108 William, d, unm. Aug, 18, 1869. 
+109 Charles. 

110 An infant. 

111 Mary, m. Joseph Hubbs. 

23 ELIZABETH, daughter of (6) George and Anne 
(Coles) Frost; m. Benjamin, b. 172.3, d. Sept, 18, 1789, son 
of Jacob and Phcbe (Seaman) Townsend of Jericho, L, I. 

Issue (Townsend) : 

112 Frost, b. 1749, d. July 18, 1770; (113) James, b. 

1751, d. Feb. 13, 1790; (114) Elizabeth, m. 
Henry Mitchell; (115) Benjamin, m. Martha 
Powell; (116) George, m. Elizabeth Bowne; 
(117) Nancy, m. Abraham Franklin; (118) 
Phebe, m. Samuel Tallman. 

24 REBECCA, daughter of (6) George and Anne (Coles) 
Frost, b. July 8, 1731, d. April 17, 1808; m. John, b. Jan. 26, 
1729, d. Oct. 22, 1798, lived at Matinecock, L. I. John was 
■on of Daniel and Abigail (Crooker) Underbill. 



FouBTH Generatiok 89 

luue (Underhill) : 

119 Elizabeth, b. Aug. 3, 1761, d. May 6, 1752. 

120 George, b. Oct. 15, 1753; m. 1786 Anne Feke. 

121 Anne, b. Dec. 3, 1765; m. James Carpenter. 

122 Daniel, b. July 11, 1764; m. Margaret Smith. 

123 Front, b. Oct. 16, 1770, d. Aug. 6, 1813. Drowned. 
Daniel (122), b. July 11, 1764, d. March 13, 1842; 

m. Margaret Smith, d. April 16, 1841, age 76 years 9 
• months 24 days. Both buried Underhill Cemetery, Oys- 
ter Bay, N. Y. 
Issue (Underhill) : 

(a) Sarah, b. April 19, 1804, d. Aug. 23, 1877. 

(b) Smith, b. June 23, 1790, d. June 29, 1880; 

m. Phebe B. , b. Sept. 15, 1803, 

d. March 11, 1890. 

(c) Anna, d. Aug. 4, 1828, age 41 yrs. 1 mo. 2 

days ; m. Samuel Cocks. All the above 
buried in Underhill Cemetery. 

(d) 'J'liomas Froxt, 

25 SAMUEL, son of (6) Samuel and Ke/iah (Wright) 
FroHt, b. Dec, 28, 1736, d. Mny 28, 1776; m. Aug. 29, 1760, 
Mary, b. Sept. 24, 1741, daughter of Robert Cock and grand- 
daugliter of James and Hannah (Fckc) Cock, great-grand- 
daughter of James and Sarah Cock. 

Samuel Frost homestead was about one mile from Yorktown 
Heights, N, Y., and is HU|)p()Hu(l to have been the farm adjoin- 
ing on the west, the place where Jordan Cox Frost lived for 
many years, what is called Turkey Mt., being on the opposite 
side of the valley to the southeast. On this place al! the chil- 
dren of Samuel were born. Amawalk Meeting House was three 
miles away, and in the "Friends" burial ground of that place 
several generations lie buried. A few stones marked with ini- 
tials only, after the fashion of the "Friends," do not aid us in 
the complete identification of each one of the family. Tradi- 
tion says that the British and the American armies both en- 
camped near their home at times, but all through the war 
Mary (Cock) Frost remained on the homestead and so saved it 
from confiscation. The marauders from both armies drove off 



40 The Feost Genealogy 

all the desirable cattle and horses. Jordan C. Frost, a grand- 
ton of Samuel and Mary, had for a long time in his possession 
a hopple with a peculiar lock tliat his grandmother, Mary, 
kept on an old liorsc when turned out, to prevent him from 
being stolen. The family being "Friends," were of course 
neutraL 
Issue: 

124 Robert, b. March 29, 1761, not m. Moved to 

Ohio. 

125 Rhoda, b. June 16, 1763, not m., d. Aug. 4, 1846. 
+126 Wright, b. Feb. 3, 1766. 

127 Daniel, b. May 6, 1767; not m., d. Dec. 0, 1789. 

12H n.borah, h, Aug, 16, 1709; m. — Tompklni. 

-fl«!) I'n.r, b, IM*. Jl, 177{i. 

-f 130 Samuel R., b, Aug. 18, 1776. 

26 KEZIAH, daughter of (6) Samuel and Kcziah 
(Wright) Frost, b. Nov. 4, 1734; m. Feb. 22, 1764, Jordan, b. 
10th of 9th mo., 1799, son of Robert Cock, a brother to Mary 
Cock, wlio in. Samuel Fruttt, her brother. They Jived in Ama- 
walk, N. V. 

Issue (Cock) : 

131 Loretto; m. Peter Dobs. 

132 Charity. 

133 Mary; m. Thomas Underbill, who went to Nova 

Scotia. 

27 PHILENA, daughter of (6) Samuel and Keziah 
(Wright) Frost, b. Feb. 13, 1732, d. Jan. 28, 1800; m. April 
10, 1762, Ephraim, b. Hempstead, L, I., Feb. 24, 1727, d. 
July 11, 1811, son of Hteplxn and Ruth Rcdcll of Hempstead, 
L. I., who left there and settled in the neighborhood of York- 
town, N. Y., in 1760. Their name has various spellings — 
Beedle, Beagle, Bedle, etc. — but nearly all the family now spell 
it Bedell. 

Issue (Bedell): 
•f-194 Jacob. 
185 Samuel, d. May 25, 1827. He was m. by R«v. 
Silos Constant of Yorktown, N. Y., Feb. 4, 



FouBTH Geneeation 4| 

J3?^\*^^'"^' daughter of Seth and Sarah 

(Moc) Whitnev. 
+180 Deborah. 

137 Daniel, who was ra. Oct. 15, 1789, by Rev. Silaa 
+138 Sarah"'*""* °' ^orktown, N. Y.. to Nancy PoweU. 
+139 Mary. 

+140 William. 

+141 Elizabeth. 

+142 Hannah. 

+143 David. 

+144 Htt'phen. 

b m'ff^nr °' i^^ I'T^ T' ''"''^^ ^^^'^^'t) Frost. 
/W \V u ' '"' ^""^^ ^auglitcr of Daniel and Rache 
(Horton) Wnght. and lived in Peek«kill. N. Y. His wi 1 wT 

«8'"l757*l^'^'?v^'"",'^ '■" ^'^'^">'' N- Y- ""^<^r date of Nov. 
X», 1757, 18 a petition from Daniel Wright of New York mer- 
chant and owner of sloop "Keziah," ca^ying six cmn 'f^ a 
commission for James Parker to co^mandS ."oop^ ' '"' ' 

+145 Daniel Wright. 

+146 Anne, b. Dec. 1, 1776. 

+147 Elizabeth. 

+148 Rachel. 

WILL OF JACOB FROST. 
In the Name of God Amen, the sixteen day of January in 
the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eighty 
WestTh'cst "h «r/ *'^,C°^'-^'^ ^^-nor in the County o^ 

th! .1? "it* ^T'.''* r:'"'^ ''"^ '"'^"'"^^ *»^'^"''- be to God for 
the .amc and I ordain this to be my last Will and Testament & 
«• to touching .uch worldly estate wherewith it ha. plea.ed the 



42 The F&okt Oenealooy 

Lord to blcBi me with in this life I j?ive deviHc & dispoHo of the 
•ainc in following manner & form, Impremis & it is my will, I 
do jfivc my lovinjy wife Sanih one third part of all of my 
entatc aM long an nhc rciiuiinH my widow & farther I <lo give to 
my loving wife the value of ten pound* which xhc in to have to 
her diKiM)Nal. I ordain and it is my will that the remaining 
part of my estate to be divided. My son Daniel is to have the 
one half & the other half to he equally divided between my 
three daughters Anne, Elisabeth & Rachel, I ordain k it \n my 
Will that these leagaeics shall not be given out untill they 
•hall arrive of age or ent<!r into n matrimonial state. That 
third part of my estate that I give to my wife Sarah, after she 
has done with it I ordain and it is my Will that it shall be 
divided in following manner, that is my son Daniel to have the 
one hilf and the other half to be equally divided between my 
three daughters, Anne, Elizabeth & Rachel, I constitute make 
& appoint my loving wife Sarah & my friends Eperam Beagle 
& Othania Sand my executors to this my last Will & Testa- 
ment. I do hereby disalow, revoke & disannull all and every 
other former Will & Testament legacies & executors by me in 
anyways before this time named willed & bequeathed confirm- 
ing this & no other to be my last WMll and Testament. In 
witness hereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this day 
and year above written, sized, sealed Published & pronounced k 
delivered in presence of 
Obadiah Frost 
James Wright 
Rachel Wright 
Witnesses. 

[Signed] JACOB FROST. 

Proven May 31, 1786. 

Eperam Beagle was the old way of spelling Ephraim Bedell. 
He m. Philena, sister to Jacob. Obadiah was a cousin of Ja- 
cob's, and James and Rachel Wright were brother and sister 
to Jacob's wife Sarah. 

53 SARAH, daughter of (7) John and Phebe (Tillear) 
Frost, b. 1740, d. April 19, 1828; m. Jan. 2, 1766, Daniel, b. 
Jan. 8, 1736, d. March 26, 1804, son of Daniel and Abigail 
(Crooker) Underhill. Lived Maiinecock. Both buried in Un> 




HVATT Ho.VKHTKAO. YoMKTOWX, N. Y, 

(No. J4) 












From HAprm CiirHciiv^Rri. Salt Point, N, Y, 
(So. 34) 



FouBTH Generation 48 

derhill Cemetery. Stones marked "S. U., 1828," and "D. U.. 
1804." 

I«Bue (Underbill) : 

+149 Stephen. 

-fl60 John. 

+161 Charles. 

162 Sarah, b. June 30, 1768; m. Jacob Smith. 

163 Deborah, b. Dec. 16, 1762, d. unm. Jan. 24, 1840. 

164 Anne, b. July 28, 1780; m. Isaac Cock. She d. 

Sept. 9, 1838, and is buried in Underbill Cem- 
etery, Oyster Bay, N. Y. 
+166 Abigail. 

166 Phebc, b. April 12, 1768, d. Jan. 13, 1776. Buried 

Underbill Cemetery. 

167 Esther, b. June 14, 1774, d. Oct., 1776. Buried 

Underbill Cemetery. 

34 DAVID, son of (7) John and Phebe (Tillear) Frost, b. 
June 3, 1743, d. May 6, 1826; m. Sarah, b. Dec. 30, 1741, d. 
March 10, 1835, daughter of John and Sarah (Turner) Hyatt 
of Yorktown, N. Y. David and Sarah lived most of their lives 
in Carmel, N. Y., but moved to Pleasant Valley, N. Y., to spend 
their last days with their youngest son Jacob. They are buried 
in the Baptist burial ground at Salt Point, N. Y. David's will 
is on file at Poughkcepsie, dated Dec. 7, 1818, and proven May 
16, 1826. Sarah's will is filed in Carmel, N. Y., and was prove* 
May 6, 1835. In the tax list of Fredericksburg, N. Y., of 
1777, David is mentioned and also his son David. 

He was a private in the Revolutionary War, under Lud- 
.dington, Mead's Co. and is also listed under Lt.-Col. Reuben 
Fcrriss' Seventh Regiment. He was also executor of the will 
of Sylvanufl Hyatt, the brother of his wife, which was proven 
April 19, 1776. 

He purchased a farm of 168 acres on June 20, 1783, from 
the confiscated estate of Roger Morris. On Feb. 3, 1791, he 
•tyles himself of Fredericktown, Dutchess County, N. Y., and 
fells 9 acres and 20 rods to Caleb Hazcn of Carmel, N. Y, 

David Frost was a blacksmith, probably learning his trade 
from his itep-father, Thomas Thome. The shop was on the 



44 The Fbost Geneah^gt 

Croton River, at Carmel, N. Y., and was the neighborhood 
headquarters. Enoch Crosby, the spy of the Revolutionary 
army in this territory and the supposed original of Harvey 
Birch in Cooper's "The Spy," often visited the place, but no 
allusion wa* ever made to his vocation, since both parties were 
represented there. David had for a partner Dr. Bclden. All 
tools of every description were then made by hand and mostly 
in blacksmith shops. He used to say that it was easier to make 
a good ax than a i>crfcct horse shoe nail. Jacob, the youngest 
son of David, recalled well when the central shaft of the water 
wheel was brought down from the woods. A string of neigh- 
boring ox teams was made up and ox chains were doubled up 
and twisted together, but they did not pull evenly and were 
8nap|>cd, one after the other, and while the oxen were waiting 
a chain was extemporized at the several fires of the shop, of 
bar iron hooked at the ends, and this held. 
Issue: 

158 John, b. Oct. 8, 1764, d. Nov. «9, 1789. 

+159 Da\-id, b. Dec. 1, 1766. 

+160 Underbill, b. July 23, 1769. 

+161 George, b. Feb. 18, 1772. 

+162 Phebe, b. Jan. 28, 1776. 

+163 Silvanus, b. Aug. 7, 1778. 

+164 Charies, b, April 20, 1782. 

+165 Jacob, b. March 10, 1785. 

85 JOHN, son of (7) John and Phcbe (Tillear) Frost, b. 
June 27, 1739, d. March 27, 1831 ; m, Huldah Munson, b. Aug. 
4, 1742, d. Oct 18, 1802. Huldah was of Redding, Conn. 
They are both buried in the old Gilead Cemetery at Carmel, 

N. y. 

John was a Private in the Revolutionary War, Fredericks- 
burg Precinct, Dutchess County. Col. Henry Luddington, 
Capt. Natn Scribner. 

He enlisted in the French War and was at Montreal one or 
two winters under General Wolfe and was present at the taking 
of Quebec 

John settled at the head of Gilead Pond, Carmel, N. Y., and 
vas a tanner and currier besides a fanner. He was a man of 
great pietj and patriotism, and was taken prisoner at the 






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X'fliif/icff R>5fV(4^ B.'n^| 






()ne-thirfl of rii old dncumrnt of the fnniilv of David 

nnd Sarnh (Hyntl) Frost (Xo. S*). 
The origliiHl in the possession of Prof. Simeon T. Frost. 



FouaxH Geneeation 45 

This branch of the familj once owned where the Yorktown 

chasing her Thej did not catch her although she was W 
pered by having two children with her 

Mrs Henry Birdsall. a descendant, now living in Peekskill 
N. Y.. has a candlestick which was picked up affer the French 
had encamped on one of her ancestral homes 
^^John signed the caU to Rev. Ebenezer Knibloe at Gilead. in 

He ^as 20 years old when he enlisted, Maj 1, 1760. with 
Capt. R,chard Ilea's Company, and also served under Ct 
Dickenson, according to authentic record*. ^ 

iMUe: 

Joel. 

Niles. 

John. 

Munson. b. Dec. 25, 1778, not m. Buried Gilead, 

Carmel, N. Y., d. Sept. 26, 1808. 
Ezra. 

Mchitable, b. May 10, 1783, d. June 6, 1856. Not 

m. Buried Gilead. 
Elizabeth. 
Ebenezer. 
Huldah; m. Samuel Baker. Lived 1856 Newfield 

Tompkins County, N. Y. * 

Rowcna; m. Isaac Ellick of Trumansberg, N. Y 
Cornelia, b. 1782, d. April 11, 1844; m. Elias Eas- 

Img, Trumansberg. 
Pamelia; m, a Mr. Ganong of Trumansberg, N. Y. 
Emeline; m. a Mr, Ganong of the same place. 

m BENJAMIN, son of (8) Benj. and Rose (Springer) 
Sr S""'.^!^^^ Adraentje. daughter of John and Annetje 
(Hoogland) Remsen. Will of John Remscn dated March 21. 
1770, calb hinuelf of Oyster Bay, N. Y. 



4-166 

+167 

+168 

169 

+170 
171 

+172 

+173 

174 

176 
176 

177 
178 



46 The Frost Genealoot 

Issue: 

178a Rachel, bap. at the Dutch Church, in Oyster Bay, 
April 6, 1761. 
Letters of Administration were granted to Nat'l Powel and 
Michael Shark of Clinton, N. Y., on the estate of Benj. Frost, 
late of Clinton, N. Y., Oct. 30, 1806. 

38 LOTT, son of (8) Bcnj. and Rose (Springer) Frost, 
b. Feb. 4, 1744, d. Dec. 28, 1811 ; in. Temperance, b. at OyHter 
Bay Aug. 30, 1744, d. Feb. 14, 1826, daughter of David and 
Mary (Willetts) Seaman of Oyster Bay. David Seaman, son 
of David and Temperance (Williams) Seaman, m. April 12, 
1737, Mary Willetts, daughter of Jacob and Mary (Jackson) 
Willetts. They had twelve children and the above Temperance 
who m. Lott Frost was the fifth child. 

Lett lived at one time in Washington County, N. Y., and 
moved from there to a town called Quaker St., about ten miles 
from Duanesburg, N. Y., and he is probably buried in the 
Quaker Cemetery of that place. 

Issue : 

179 Zcbulon, b. 1784 (?). 

180 Hannah. 

181 Rosannah; m. (1) a Mr. Griffin and (2) a Dr. 

Scott. 
4-182 Wrn. Willetts, b. May, 1787. 
+183 James. 
+184 Benjamin. 

89 ZOPHAR, son of (8) Benjamin and Rose (Springer) 
Frost, d. 1828, buried in Cnnn KIbow, N. Y. ; m. Hannah, 
daughter of I<i<i»u! ntul Unimnh (Htiight) Thorn**. He livfd 
on Long Inland and tlnn at Clinton, N. Y. From the **VrU>tuln" 
Records of the Creek Meeting House is the following: "Han- 
nah, wife of Zophar Frost, removed to Creek, the 17th of the 
2nd mo., 1783." Zophar is listed in the Dutchess County 
Militia, Sixth Regiment. 

In his will, dated Feb. 18, 1811, he spells his name Zophcr, 
and calls himself of Clinton. The will was proven In 1828, and 
be leaves his farm to his sons, Benjamin, Jacob and William} 
and to his wife the use of the best rooms in the house m well 



FouBTH Generation 47 

as all the household furniture. He mentions his relative. Isaac 
Inome. 

of^tl^T^^' '''!' .'' 'PP'"" " " "•'""' *° ^h« ---age 
TnH n J^"*"" ""^ A""* Titus, of Ninepartners and Char- 
Iqtte, Dutchess County, N. Y. 
Issue: < 

+185 Anna. 

+186 William. 

+187 Jacob. 

+ 188 Ihhhc; lived in Clinton, N. Y.; not m. 

+ 189 Martha. 

+190 Sarah. 

+ 191 Hannah. 

+ 192 Phcbe. 

+193 Benjamin. 

40 IIOSANNAH, daughter of (8) Benjann'n and Rose 
(Springer) I-rost, b. Dec. 9, 1758, buried near Kellogsvillc. 
Cayuga County, N. Y. ; m. Jonathan Hcu«tiH, who d. Jan. 10, 
1833, age 82 years, and who is buried Chestnut Hidge, N Y 
He was son of Jonathan and Ilachcl Hcustis and his sister 
Hachel m. Henry Frost, brother to Ilosannah. 

Issue (Heustis) : 

191. Benjamin, b. Sept. 26, 1782, d. 12 years. 

195 A son, b. March 25, 1784. 
+ 196 Jonathan. 

197 Uosanna Frost, b. June 10, 1794. 
+198 Phcbe. 

41 HENIIY, son of (8) Ben ja.nin and Hose (Springer) 
Frost, b. m Vermont, June 6, 1755, d. 1817, m, Bachcl, who d. 
lH;jri, daughter of Jonathan and Ilachcl Hcustis. 

They moved, probably from Danby, Vt., in 1802 to Dutchess 
County, N. Y., and at one time lived in Richmond, Ontario 
County, N. Y. 

According to an old Bible, Benjamin and Rose Frost must 
have lived in Danby, Vt., in 1801, and Henry, too, as the 
Iattcr*» oldest child wae buried there. 

leaue : 

+199 Mary. 



48 The Fbost Gemkaloot 

+200 Uvnry. 
4-201 Willi/im. 
4-202 Stephen. 
+203 Phebe. 

204 Jacob, not m., d. 1817. 
+205 Hachcl. 
There wm a Henry Front that dcrvcd In tlic UcvolutionAry 
War, Sixth Ilcgitncnt, Dutchc8« County, Militia. 

The Friends' "Creek" Records have the following minute: 
"Rachel Frost, wife of Henry, removed to Bristol from Nine- 
partners the 16th of 8th mo., 1810." 

42 FREELOVE, daughter of (8) Benjamin and Rose 
(Springer) Frost, was granted a license to niurry Jan. 5, 1768, 
•ad m. May 1, 17C8, Harmanui, ion of John and Annetjt 
(Hoogland) Rcmscn. 

Issue : 

200 Annetj<', hap. Dec. 10, 170H. 

4/J JACOB, son of Josiah and (9) Rebecca (Frost) Cocks, 
b. Sept, 28, n.'Jfl; m, 1702 Mary, daughter of Joseph and 
2^rviah (Sutton) Haiglit. 

Jacob, in lus will, dated 10th of 9th mo., 1811, and proven 
Dec. 5, 1H10, spells his name Cox. 
Issue (Cox): 

207 Samuel; (208) Zeuriah; (209) Charity, m. a 
Brown; (210) Rebecca; (211) Elizabeth, m. a 
Drake. 

53 RHODA, daughter of (10) Isaac and Mary (Cock) 
Frost ; m. Joseph, son of Samuel Cock of Clinton, N. Y. Sam- 
uel was the son of Henry and Martha (Pearsall) Cock, and wa» 
b. 1720, d. 1755. Rhoda was b. Mill River Neck, L. I., and d. 
m Wheatland, N. Y., about 1823. 
iMue (Cock) : 

+212 Samuel. 

+213 Isaac. 

+214 Jordan. 

+215 James. 

+216 Martha; m. Benjamin Mother. 



Fourth Oenkration 49 

-f«n Levi, b. 17H3; m. (1) KHz. Wcekii, (8) Thcrcua 
Scoflel.l. 
Ilhoda; m. (2) James Baker. 
Anna Clapp, b. 1825, recalls Martha living near Crum El- 
bow, M. H. 

In Fricmls' Hcronls In the following: "11th mo. 13th day, 
17HH, CIcanicHH for Ilhoda Cock having removed from PurchaHo 
to Creek. 

Wright, Thomas and Zcbulon Frost were witnesses to will of 
Samuel Cock of Matinecock, L, I., dated 10th of 6th mo., 1754. 
Thi» whole family had light hair and blue eyes. 

54 ELIZABETH, daughter of (10) Isaac and Mary 
(Cock) Frost; m. Obcdiah, b. May 16, 1744, son of Moses ond 
Katharine (Ilallock) Powell. 
Iwsue (Powell) ! 

«18 Kthelannah; (aiO) Frost; (220) Katharine, m. 

Oct. 2H, 171)0, I'V/.kiel Hoag; (221) Mary; 

(222) Anne; (223) Ilhoda; (224) Barah; 

(225) Patience; (226) William. 

The Friends* Records at Creek have the following minutes: 

"1776, Obcdiah Powell removed to Purchase with five children, 

the first five named above. June 17, 1706, having removed to 

Saratoga with the lawt five above named children, has certifl- 

catcH." 

Anna Frost Clapp, born 1825, says she only remembers one 
thing of Obadiah Powell, i, c., he built a road over the rocks or 
rather through them, to straighten it, west of the old farm at 
Crum Elbow, N. Y., and people called it "Oby's Folly." 

65 ISAAC, son of (10) Isaac and Mary (Cock) Frost, d. 
^8th of 10th mo., 1835, aged 85 years 8 mos, 22 days; m. 
Patience, who d. Oct. 8, 1834, aged 87 years 7 mos. 18 days, 
daughter of Joseph (who lived five miles south of the Chap- 
paqua, N. Y. Meeting House) and Zerviah (Sutton) Haight. 
Isoac lived at Cross River, N. Y. In 1815 Isaac and Patience 
and Stephen and Mary Frost convey land for a Meeting House 
at Salem, N. Y. 

There was an Isaac Frost, in the Revolutionary War, listed 
in the Fourth Regiment of Dutchess County Minute Men, but 



50 The Frost Genealogy 

some memberB of this family claim this Isaac went to Nova 
Scotia during those times, but later returned. This entire 
family were buried at Qoldtn's Dridgc, N. Y., but New York 
City tttkifig the burial ground for one of iti rcucrvolr*, their 
bodies Here removed to tlic Friends' burial ground at Amawalkf 
N. Y. His will proven Nov. 26, 1835. 

Ijsuc: 

+227 Stephen. , 

228 Elizabeth; m. John Fowler and had Maria and 
Mflissa Fowler. 

+ 229 H/ifiM/ih. 

+ 2.'i0 IniiiiC. 

231 Patience, d. unm., age 88 years. 

56 OBADIAH, son of (10) Isaac and Mary (Cock) Frost, 
b. March 26, 1752, d. June 19, 1830; m. Hannah, b. March 2, 
1755, at Purchase, N. Y., d. May 8, 1788, daughter of 
Thomas and Mercy (Dickinson) UnderhilL 

Issue : 

232 Obadiah, b. Jan. 4, 1772. 

233 Sophia, b. Sept. 29, 1775. 
+234 Thomas, b. March 28, 1777. 
+235 Sarah, b. March 3, 1779. 
+236 Mary, b. March 20, 1781. 
+237 Matilda, b. Jan. 27, 1783. 
+2.38 Isaac, b. June 21, 1785. 
+239 Obadiah, b. Jan. 3, 1786. 

Obcdiah married Aug. 14, 1789, at Amawalk, N. Y., Meeting 
House for his second wife Phcbc, b. July 6, 1770, d. May 7, 
1855, daughter of Stephen Halstead of Stephentown, now 
Somers, N. Y. 
laiuc: 

+240 Stephen, b. July 8, 1790. 
+241 Abraham, b. Nov. 3, 1791. 
+242 Jacob, b. March 10, 1793. 
24S Hannah, b. Aug. 30, 1797, d. Sept. 17, 1818, 

buried Houston St., New York City. 
244 Ezra, b. Sept. 11, 1799, d. Jan. 16, 1801. 
845 Caleb H., b. May 7, 1802; m. and had a Urg« 



Fourth Generation 51 

family. Died in New York City. At one time 

lived in Virginia, 
-f 24fl ElizabcUi M,, b. Aug. 30, 1803. 
4-a47 Jticliurd K., b, April (], 1815. 
+248 Hainuol, b. Aii/^. 15, 1795. 
In the FroHt Cemetery at Locust Valley, N. Y., is a very 
oW stone with dates not readable, with the name Mary Dickson 

In the Chappaqua removals is the following: "Phebe Frost 
w, e of Obediah, and young children, Stephen, Samuel, Hannah 
und Caleb, to New York, 12lh of 7th mo., 1805, al«o 

also "'° ^'''°"^ ^""''"^ ^° ^"'^ ^'"'^' ^^*'' °^ "^^' '"•• '^O'^, 
^^jmadiah, son of Obediah, to Oswego, 16th of 8th mo., 1806. 

Ist'morisTo^"^ '^**'°^' '°°' °^ ^^'^''^^' *° Amawalk 12th of 

h VU '^^T?Jt^' '°x "^ ^^^^ ^'"^" ^"^ ^^^y (Cock) Frost, 
D. l-eb^lO, 1754, on Long Island, d. April 29, 1836; m. 1781, 

u-n^'^;.^"^??' ^'^"K^t" «f Jacob and Amy (Hallock) Under- 
hill. They hved at Rensselaerville, N. Y. VocaUon, tailor. 
Issue: 

+249 Jacob, b. 1787. 

250 Isaac. 

251 Israel. 
+252 Hannah. 
+253 Catherine. 
+254 Solomon. 

The Memorial of Rcnsselacrvillo IMonthly Meeting, concern- 
ing our Friend, Jordan Frost, deceased. 

Being sensibly affected with the loss wo have sustained, in 
the removal from works to rewards of this our beloved friend, 
wc feel our minds engaged to give forth the following testimony 
concerning liim: 

He was bom at Oyster Bay, on Long Island, in the 2nd 
month, 1754. Although our information respecting his early 
life is imperfect, yet it appears that he was of a sober and 
sedate turn of mind from his childhood. By yielding to reli- 
gious impressions he felt himself drawn to join in memberships 



6Ji Thk 1'»o>»t Okkkaloov 

with Friends, about the twentieth year of his age; according to 
the testimony of those who knew him, he was at this early 
period engaged for the promotion of truth and righteousness 
in the earth, being an example of simplicity and uprightness. 
He very early evinced a religious concern in relation to the use 
of ardent spirits, and was zealously engaged, both by example 
and precept, to discourage the vending and consuming of thi» 
article. 

About the twenty-seventh year of his age he married Amy, 
daughter of Jacob and Amy Underbill, and removed within the 
compass of Nine Partners Monthly Meeting. He was soon 
after appointed an Elder. This important trust he continued 
to exercise, we believe, with faithfulness for more than fifty 
years, until his death. He had a clear view of the importance 
and excellency of a sound and living ministry. His concern 
for the welfare of society, as well as for the growth of indi- 
viduals in true religious experience, joined to the natural ten- 
derness of his feelings, made him a sympathizing fellow-helper 
to those in the ministry, and qualified him to speak a word in 
due f-eason. by way of counsel or encouragement, to the exer- 
cised traveller. 

In the year 1799, he experienced a close trial in tlie death of 
his wife, which he bore with Cliristian fortitude and resigna- 
tion. 

In 1803 he removed within the limits of this Monthly Meet- 
ing, then a branch of Coeymans. Here a field of labor was 
opened for his usefulness. He stood many years in the ca- 
pacity of overseer, for which sennce he was eminently qualified. 
To his own Monthly and Quarterly Meeting he was a diligent 
servant, often riding many miles to attend to appointments, 
for which he was particularly qualified. He was remarkable 
for his diligence in attending religious meetings, believing it to 
be a solemn duty, and his deportment in them was solid and 
weighty. 

He loved peace, and often usefully exerted himself promoting 
it; and, being much beloved, he was eminently useful in set- 
tling difBculties, not only in his own Society, but among his 
neighbor*. 

He was a true sympathizer with the afflicted, often visiting 



Fourth Gknkeation 



08 



the members of h.s own Meeting in their respective families, 
administering counsel and encouragement suited to their sev- 
era] circumstances. He having himself derived much consola- 
tion from the perusal of the Scriptures of Truth, he was con- 
cerned to encourage others in the reading of them. 

He was not officious in religious matters, but, when he ex- 
pressed a sentiment, possessing uncommon diffidence, great 
Height was attached to it. The degraded condition of the 
African race was early an object of his concern— his sympa- 
thetic mind was engaged to promote their freedom; and it is 
believed to have been much through this early exercise that the 
slates in his father's h'^-ise were manumitted. He continued 
to maintain this important testimony through life, having for 
many years abstained from the use of the produce of slave 
labor, often expressing a desire that no act of his might con- 
tribute to the calamity, that he iKlieved would overtake tlie na- 
tion if the practice of slavery were persisted in. In relation to 
his own Society he was heard to remark, a short time previous 
to his death, that he did not sec tliat the Society could advance 
without greater faithfulness in this important particular. 

The last Meeting he attended was on a First-day, a little 
more than a week before his death, in which lie was observed 
to be much affected with tenderness. His lust illness was short, 
through which his mind was calm and evidently centered in God. 
Although his mental faculties were somewhat impaired, he was 
sensible his end was approaching, and expressed his resignation 
in cither life or death. Thus, without apparent pain, he grad- 
ually declined, and departed this life on the twenty-ninth of 
fourth month, 1835, in the eighty-second year of his age, and 
we doubt not is now permitted to enjoy the reward of a well- 
spent life. 

Anna Frost Clapp, bom 1825, says: "Uncle Jordan lived at 
Rensselaenille, N. Y. I remember his coming to see grand- 
father. He was a small man and wore drab 'small clothes,' or 
breeches." 

68 SOLOMON, son of (10) Isaac and Mary (Cock) Frost, 
b. Crum Elbow, March 16, 1766, d. Jan. 4, 1838; m. Oct. 25, 
1781, at the Meeting House at Ninepartners, N. Y., Anna, b. 
8th of 7th mo., 1764, d. Feb. 19, 1822, daughter of Aaron and 



5* The Fbobt 6eneau>ot 

Martha (Ward) Vail of Ninepartners, N. Y. 

The witnesses to the marriage of Solomon and Anna (Vail) 
Frost were Mary Frost, Martha IriHli, Martha Palmer, Phcbe 
Holmes, Miriam Pinkham, Mchctablc Brown, Mose« Vail, 
Joshua Haight, John Hoag, Nat'l Brown, William Vail, Jo- 
nah Cock, Philip Mosher, Seth Gardner. 

iMue: 

255 Martha, b. Dec. 14, 1783, died joung. 

+256 Samuel, b. Nov. 8, 1785. 

+257 Phf be, b, Sept. 18, 1788. 

+258 Solotnon, b. I)«c. 14, 1790. 

+259 Aaron, b. June 0, 1794. 

+260 Henrj S., b. June 9, 1796. 

+261 Anna V., b. Oct. 24, 1806. 
Solomon was bom on the Frost homestead at Crum Elbow, 
purchased from one of the nine partners by his father. The 
nine partners purchased it from the Indians. It was on? mile 
north and south, and two miles east and west, and was divided 
among his children, Solomon receiving the central portion. All 
of Solomon's children were bom there and Solomon died there 
in his eighty-third year. 

Anna Vail, wife of Solomon Frost, was sister to Aaron Vail 
who was appointed by our government during the Presidency 
of Washington to take the place of the appointed Ambassador 
to France. The first minister went over, but being unable to 
•peak French wa»» recalled nntl Aaron Vail, being a linguist, 
wa« «cnt in his place and was termed "American Consul." 

69 GEORGE, son of (10) Isaac and Mary (Cock) Frost 
of Ninepartners, b. March 11, 1760, d. Sept. 18, 1830; m. Dec. 
«6, 1781, at the Creek Meeting House, Sarah, b. May 6, 1761, 
d. Oct. 5, 1834, daughter of Thomas and Mercy (Dickinson) 
Underbill of Ninepartners. 
Issue: 

«6« Ethclannah, b. Jan, 31, 1783, d. Jan. 80, 1848; 
m. 1823, Isooc Hallock, and had one child, 
Betsey. All lived ond died Medusa, N. Y, 
+263 Esther, b. April 8, 1785. 
+264 Joel, b. Feb. 14, 1787. 




HnutMOM F(io»T 
(No, in) 



Fourth Generation 55 

+265 James, b. March 20, 1789, 
+266 George, b. Feb. 23, 1791. 
+267 Daniel, b. Feb. 22, 1793. 
+268 Caleb, b. April 1, 1795. 
+269 Stephen, b. May 25, 1797. 
+270 William, b. Aug. 24, 1799. 
+271 Hannah, b. Oct. 24, 1801. 
272 Mary, b. Dec. 22, 1804, d. Feb. 23, 1835. 
George lived at Amawalk, and in 1787 at Creek, and in 1805 
at Rensserlaerville. 

From the Creek records is: "George Frost removed from 
Chappaqua to Creek, 11th of 4th mo., 1788." 

George Frost moved to Cocyman's, 17th of 5th mo., 1805, he 
having on same date placed his son James within verge of the 
Oswego Monthly Meeting. 

The witnesses to the marriage of George and Mary were: 
Quinby Cornell, Jethro Coleman, Martha Hoag, Mary Frost, 
Lydia Coleman, Eliz. Frost, Phebe Upton, Hannah Hoag, Oba- 
diah Frost, Derious Frost, Sarah Frost, John Gumey, Benj. 
Hoag, Zacheus Marshall, Elias Doty, Jonathan Hoag. 

The children of Thomas and Mercy Underbill were, besides 
Sarah, Mary, who m. a Halstead ; Esther, m. Wm. Cornell; 
Joi'l, m. Abigail Dran. 

Gforgr? and two noun finally Kcfllcd in roughkcopnic, N. Y., 
and one son went to Madison, Wis. 

60 MOUDECAI, son of (10) Isaac and Mary (Cock) 
Frost, b. April 3, 1758, d. Dec. 26, 1826; m. (1) Mary, b. Jan. 
8, 1769, d. before 1807, daughter of Thomai and Sarah 
(Weeks) Underbill. 
Itfluc : 

+273 Thomas, b. Sept. 18, 1793. 
+274 Anna, b. Feb. 16, 1781. 
+276 Phebe, b. April 17, 1783. 
+276 ChaHottc, b. Nov. 20, 1788. 

«77 Sarah. 
+«78 LydIa, b. Aug. 8, 1799. 

279 Martha, d. young. 

280 Jamot. 



56 The Fbost Geneai>oot 

Mordccai marrie<l sccontl, Sept. 20, 1798 at Chappaqua, N. 
Y., Mary, b. Dec. 8, 1768, d, Sept. 3, 1828, daughter of Jame« 
and Surah (Kipp) Weeks. 
I»«uc: 

-f 281 JcfiHe, b. March 10, 1808. 
+ 2S2 Abner, b. Dec. 1, 1803. 
-f 28.'} James, b. Sept. 5, 1801. 
+284 Mary, b. Oct. 24, 1810. 
Monkrai inove<l from Chappaqua to Creek, and also lived 
at Crum Elbow and Clinton, N. Y. 

The first wife of Monlecai is descended from Capt. John 
Underbill, through [Thomas (4), James (3), Nat'l (2), Capt. 
John (1)] and has two lines of descent from Robert Feke of 
Colonial times and father to the wife of Capt. John Underbill. 
In 1{)06 or 7 James S. Frost of Lakemont, N. Y., found in 
the attic of the Underhill-WeckH house at Somcrs Centre, N. Y., 
the will of Thomas Undeiliill, made in 1807, Aug. 13. 

"Being of sound mind and memory etc. Ist, I give and be- 
queath to my beloved wife Sarah the use of one third part of 
103 acres of land that I now possess, and the last half of the 
house I now live in during her life. One horse, two cows, two 
hogs, five sheep and all household furniture. 2nd, To son Ben- 
jamin Underbill all lands purchased of Abel Weeks except four 
acres and 11 rods. Also Benjamin to pay each of my daugh- 
tcru viz: Phebe and Sarah the sum of five pounds apiece, and 
to my daughter Mary's son, Thomas Frost the «um ot fivd 
pounds to be pai«l when he arrives at the age of 21 years. 3rd, 

I give to my son Abel Underbill and his heirs the 4 acred and 

II rods of meadow land, I make my sons Benjamin and Abel 
Underbill overseers of this my last will and testament to take 
care and sec the same performed, according to my true Intent 
and meaning. 

fKlgnnl] THOMAS UNDKIIIIILL. 

Witnessed: Joseph Ilorton. 
Sarah Underbill. 
William Powell. 
In A later will found at the same time, dated June 0, 1All« 
be mentions his daughter PhelM as the wife of Isaac Cox, givlnf( 
Iwr 5 pounds and ttie same amount to hit daughter, Sarah 



FouETH Generation 67 

Sutton, and to his daughter Mary's children in the following 
manner: Her son, Thomas Frost, the sum of 3 pounds; her 
daughter, Anna Carman, $1.00, and the same amount to her 
other daughters, IMicbe (!/irm/in, Charlotte Upton, Lydia Frost, 
Martha Frost. He gave his wearing apparel to his two sons 
Abel and Benjamin, and they are appointed executors. The 
witnesses were: Edw. Brundage, Moses Smith ond Isaac Frost. 
Mordccai's will, dated 4th of 11th mo., 1824, proven Feb. 4, 
1826, gives son Abncr $850 with horse, saddle and bridle. Son 
Jesse the same. Daughters Lydia and Mary, .$.'500, two beds, 
two bedsteads, curtains, glass, chests, chairs, etc. Daughters 
Anna, Phebe and Charlotte $100. After death of wife, an equal 
division. 

61 MARY, daughter of (10) Isaac and Mary (Cock) 
Frost, b. April 27, 1762, d. March 7, 1844; m. Oct.'sS, 1783, 
Thomas, b. Oct. 25, 1760, d. Oct. 24, 1840, son of Owen and 
Sarah (Griffin) Stringham. Tiicy lived in Hudson, N. V., 
1785; Queensberg, 1790, and Clinton, N. Y., 1803. 
Issue (Stringham) : 

-|-28.'5 Thomas C, June 3, 1801. 

+286 Daniel, Oct. 29, 1792. 

-1-287 Dorcas, b. Aug. 16, 1808. 

4-288 David, b. April C, 1803; m. 18.30, Lydia Darmorc. 

4-289 Jacob, b. June 3, IHOl, twin of Thomas C. 

4-290 Sarah, b. July 17, 1784. 

291 Patience, b. July 31, 180.'J, d. May 2, 1812. 

292 Owen, not mentioned in some records. 

4-293 Anna, b. Aug. 4, 17H6; m. 1803, Sam. Haight, a 

grandson of llcnj/iniin Shove. 
4-294 Isauc, June 3, 1788. 
' -^Um Mary, b. Jun.- 26. 1794. 

296 Ha.i.iah, l>, D<«'. 9, 1796, d. Oct. 88, 1871. 
-f 297 PIk'Im?, b. Jan. 6, 1799. 
On Pel). 20, 17K9, Thoinas Stiingliant and .Mary anfl three 
sm/ill diildron, Sarah, Anna ami Isaac, about to remove to 
8ftr/itoga. Mary had a portion of the old farm at ('rum Kl« 
bow, N. Y. The fann was divided between Thomas C. and 
David, where they lived and died and brought up their children. 



58 The Fhost Genealogy 

62 ANNA, daughter of (10) Isaac and Mary (Cock) 
Frost; m. Thomas, son of Thomas (?) and Sarah (Seaman) 
Shadboldt of Clinton. Anna d. prior to March 8, 1818. 

Issue (Shadboldt) : 
H-298 Darius. 

63 ETHELANNAH, daughter of (10) Isaac and Marj 
(Cock) Frost; m. Jonathan Wright of Long Island. Ethel- 
annah d. prior to March 3, 1818. 

67 GEORGE, son of (11) Thomas and Phebe (Thomey- 
craft) Frost, b. 1773; m. Sarah, b. Sept. 20, 1779, daughter 
of John (?) and Mary (Latten) Baylis. 

69 HANNAH, daughter of (11) Thomas and Phebe 
(Thomeycraft) Frost, b. Sept. 17, 1766, d. Aug. 22, 1831 ; m. 
Stephen, b. Aug. 6, 1765, d. Oct. 26, 1864, son of Joseph and 
Achsah (Coirs) Craft. Lived Muskcta Cove, L. I. 

Issue (Craft): 

299 Frost, b. March 1, 1797; m. Mary Ann Hcnnctt. 

300 Zipporuh, b. Juno 29, 1H08; m. Peter Craft. 

301 Frcclove, b. April 2, 1794 ; m. Isaac R. Valentine. 

302 Joseph, b. March 27, 1792, d. March 23, 1839. 

70 PHEHE, daughter of (11) Thomas and Phclns (Thor- 
neycraft) Frowt ; m, Lawrence, son of Dcrick and Anne (Law- 
rence) Coles. Anne Lawrence, mother of Lawrence Coles, wa» 
daughter of Obediah and Rachel (Albertson) (De Grove) Law- 
rence. 

Issue (Coles) : 

.303 Mary ; m. Jonathan Scarly. 
304 Phebe Ann, d. young, 
Lawrence Coles m. second, Maria, daughter of John and 
Mary Hyde. Children: Derrick; m. Alida Camp, and had 
Frank ; Mary Baldwin ; another son, John, d. young. 

73 WRIGHT, son of (14) Joseph and Martha (Cock) 
Frost, b. Sept. 28, 1746-8; m. Sarah ( ?), b. 1759. Wright d. 
prior to Aug. 5, 1825. One record gives date of death a» 
March 10, 1817. 



FousTH Genebatiok 69 

Issue : 

306 Jacob, b. 1792, d. Aug. 10, 1818; m. Sarah . 

306 Joseph, b. 1790, d. July 9, 1818. 

807 Sarah. 

308 Martha. 

+309 Fanny. 

310 Rosetta, b. 1795, d. May 1, 1824. 

311 Phebe, b. 1797. 

74 ELIZABETH, daughter of (14) Joseph and Martha 
(Cock) Frost, b. Feb. 24, 1741, d. May 20, 1826; m. Dec. 29, 
1773, Stephen, b. April 30, 1731, d. Dec. 7, 1814, son of 
Daniel and Esther (Lane) Horton. 

The first wife of Stephen was Sarah Owen. His home was in 
Peekskill, N. Y. Stephen was recorder for Manor of Cort- 
landt in 1763. 

Issue by Elizabeth (Horton) : 

312 Caleb, b. Sept, 25, 1774; ra. Jan. 22, 1800, Sarah 

Field. 
+313 Wright, b. May 22, 1776. 
314 Jacob, b. Feb. 19, 1779, d. July 15, 1808. 
316 Sarah, b. March 11, 1781, d. Oct. 1, 1860; m. 
July 10, 1824, Joflof)h Lcc. 
In will of Hf(f)lii'n Horton, dated Oct. 8, 1814, proven Dec. 
28, 1814, he mentions wife, Elizabeth, and wiHlies his negro 
SuHanniih to have her freedom at I'Miziibeth's diHcretion. He 
leaves his wife one third of the farm, fifty lbs., household furni- 
ture, three cows, six ewes, one horse, etc. Mentions daughters, 
Sarah, Eliz., Hannah, and sons, Stephen, Wright and Caleb 
and the children of his son Joseph. Makes son Caleb and son- 
in-law, Wm. Becdle, exec. Witnesses Elias Quereau, Henry and 
Samuel Fowler. 

76 HANNAH, daughter of (14) Joseph and Martha 
(Cock) Frost, b. July 2, 1743, d. March 20, 1827; m. Adolph, 
b. Nov. 20, 1750, d. Feb. 24, 1802, son of Jacob and Mary 
(Banker) Covert. 
Issue (Covert) : 

816 Isaac, b. Jan. 18, 1780, d. July 12, 1839, buried 
Matinecock, L. I. ; m. Loretta, b. Nov. 24, 1786, 
d. Dec. 10, 1880, dau. of Samuel and Elizabeth 
Cock. 



60 The Frost Genealoot 

317 Jacob Frost, b. May 2, 1782 ; m. Wilhelmina Van 

Hoesen. 

318 Caleb, b. Feb. 9, 1788, d. Dec. 16, 1865 ; m. Deb- 

orah, who d. Aug. 28, 1886, age 92 years, sister 
of above Loretta Cock ; both buried Matinecock, 
Friends' Cemetery. 

319 Micah, b. June 6, 1775. 

320 Frost, b. March 28, 1785, d. young. 

Adolph Covert was a blacksmith and fled to Long Island 
during the Revolution, as a refugee. 

77 AMY, eldest daughter of (14) Joseph and Martha 
(Cock) Frost, b. Jan. 16, 1735; m. Jan. 28, 1772, Benjamin 
Lewis. 

Issue (Lewis) : 

321 Rosetta; m. John Cock. 

There was an Amcy Frost m. at St. George's, Hempstead, 
L. I., Dec. 2, 1753, to Thomas Walters. 

79 JACOB, son of (U) Joseph and Martha (Cock) Frost, 
b. April 2, 17.'52, d. March 17, 1837; m. Grace, b. Feb. 26, 
1772, d. Sept. 16, 1797, daughter of Sir James Scarictt, Gov- 
ernor of Antigua. No issue. 

The will of Grace Frost, wife of Jacob, a merchant of New 
York City, dated Jan. 21, 1796, and proven Sept. 19, 1797, 
speaks of her father as "late of the Island of Jamaica," and 
leaves her husband a house antl lot in I'earl Street, New York. 

y 80 CALEB, son of (U) Joseph and Martha (Cock) Frost, 
b. June 18, 1749, d. Oct. 27, 1830, lived Musketa Cove, L. I.; 
m. Nov. 5, 1788, by Rev. Murdock at Greenwich, Conn., Sarah, 
b. Dec. 6, 1768, d. Sept. 31, 1831, daughter of Philemon and 
Jane (King) Halstcad and grand-daughter of Ezekiel and 
Abigail (Theall) Halstead, of Rye. 

The Caleb Frost farm was purchased in 1796 from Mary and 
Martha Pearsall, both single, being the farm Nat*l Carpenter 
■old to Thomas Pearsall, Sr., situated in that part of Oyster 
Bay Township known as Cedar Swamp. 

Issue: 

+8«« Henrietta, b. Sept. «4, TTT©. 



Fourth Generation 61 

+323 Leonard I., b. July 26, 1791. 

+32-1. Mnrtha, b. Sept. 12, 1793. 
A^ +325 Edw. L., b. Dec. 17, 1795. 

+326 Gideon, b. Jan. 11, 1798. 

+327 Elizabeth, b. Dec. 29, 1799. 

+328 Philemon, b. July 29, 1802. 

-4-329 Mary, b. Nov. 10, 1804. 

+330 Jacob, b. Feb. 17, 1808. 
In the slave record of Oyster Bay, N. Y., appears the fol- 
lowing: "June 12, 1797. Samuel (slave), began his year with 
Caleb Frost." 

81 JEMIMA, daughter of (15) Wright and Freelove 
(Coles) Frost, b. 1735; m. Jan. 23, 1764, Robert, b. 1734, son 
of Joseph and Martha (White) Thomeycraft. 

Issue (Thomeycraft) : 

331 Martha, b. 1771 ; m. John Hegeman. 

332 Phebc, b. 1768; m. Wm. Dodge (?). 

333 Caleb, b. 1766, d. young. 

82 MARY, daughter of (16) Wnght and Freelove (Coles) 
Frost; m, 1764, Thomas, son of Thomas and Elizabeth (Wood) 
Thomeycraft. 

Issue (Thomeycraft): 
+334 Wright. 
+335 James. 
+336 Freelove; m. 1783, Abram Probasco. 

337 Darius, d. unm, 

338 Ann, d. unm. 

■Mary's brother Daniel mentions her in his will as Mary 
Craft. 

83 PHEBE, daughter of (15) Wright and Freelove 
(Coles) Frost; m. Obadiah De Milt, son of Peter and Phebe 
(Valentine) Dc Milt. 

Itiue (DcMilt): 

839 Freelove; m. Caleb Comwcll. 
340 Rebecca; m, John W. Seaman. 

841 Mary, not m., d. June, 1833, age 76 years. 

842 Phebe; m. William Dodge (?). 
848 Samuel, b. 1778. 



62 The Fbost Genealoot 

Obadlah later m. Sarah (Cock), widow of Daniel Frost, who 
waa brother to the above Phebe. 

84 ZEBULON, son of (15) Wright and Freelove (Coles) 
Frost, b. 1726, d. March, 1767; m. (13) Sarah, b. 1729, d. 
Maj 14, 1813, daughter of Wm. and Hannah (Pryer) Frost. 
Both are buried in the old Frost Cemetery. Lived Buckram, 
Oyster Bay, L. I. In his will, dated Sept. 29, 1766, if his dau- 
dies, his estate goes to Wright, son of his brother Penn. 

Issue: 

344 Jemima, b. Jan. 24, 1764, d. June 22, 1850; m. 

1784, Isaac, b. March 8, 1760, d, April 9, 1831 ; 

son of Thomas and Phebe (Allen) Smith. No 

Issue. 

The stone in the cemetery is marked "Z. F., 17''^, age 41.** 

He owned land at Wolver Hollow and Norwich, L. I. 

85 PENN, son of (16) Wright and Freelove (Coles) Frost, 
b. March 3, 1733, d. April 3, 1824; m., Ist, Oct. 14, 1761, 
Sarah, daughter of Thomas (?) and Sarah (Powell) Underbill, 
who d. Aug. 19, 1786. 

Issue: 

+345 Mary, b. 1762. 

+346 Wright, b. 1760. 

+347 Phebe, b. Nov. 1, 1765. 

+348 Zebulon, b. Aug. 20, 1768. 

+349 Daniel, b. Dec. 14, 1771. 

+350 Jarvis, b. March 6, 1774. 

351 Abraham, not m., b. June 3, 1776. 

352 Freelove, d. 1786. 
+353 Lanah, b. Nov. 9, 1782. 

Penn m., 2nd, Oct. 6, 1795, at Flushing, Mary, daughter of 
Henry and Jane Duscnbury. In his will, dated at Oyster Bay, 
Dec. 27, 1815, and proven at Rocky Hill, Flushing, L. I., June 
7, 1824, besides mentioning his wife and children, he include* 
his kinsmen, James Underbill and John Wickes. 

Mary, wife of Penn Frost, received removal certificate from 
the Friends* Monthly Meeting at Flushing, to that of West- 
bury, L. L, Aug. 0, 1795. 



FOUETH Genebation gg 

tZ b'^mTd' Z:' < « ^ '^"«'-' """ J''-'°- (Coles) 
iwn \;' \f' ''• ''^*' "■ Sept. 10, 1768, S.rah, b. ScpL 14 
1740, daughter of Henrj and Mary (Bownel C^-l H 

of_^EI„ath.„ .„d Ab,ah Sweet of Beekman, N. Y., Nov^ 1*' 

Issue: 

+354 Morj. 

De^?Milt' '^doV' t n' '^'.^"'^^' ""■ ^'''^ *' 1^^^' Obadiah 
anVpi L .v7 • °^"''^* ''^*^'- ^^^^be, and son of Peter 
and Phebe (Valentine) De Milt, and thej had one child Phebe 

June 1, 1766. calls himself of Norwich. Oyster Bay Township, 

F^s , b. Aug. 6 1746, d. June 6, 1806; m. March 4, 1762. 

U»\xe (Valentine): 

35/5 Jacob b. Jan. 29, 1763; m., l«t, Phebe Loines; 

2nd, Eliz. A. Eyre. 
366 Lewis, b. April 22, 1765 ; m., Ist, Jane Rushmore; 

2nd, Jane (Titus) Post. 
857 Letitia, b. Oct. 15, 1769; m. Wm. Willetts. 

358 Sarah, b. Aug. 10, 1767, d. May 6, 1776. 

359 Elizabeth, b. Oct. 19, 1773, d. unm. 1846. 

360 Theodosia, b. April 27, 1776; m. Isaac Downing. 

361 Frost, b. June 8, 1778; m. Elizabeth Rodman. 

362 Isaac, b. Dec. 17, 1780; m. Mary Parent. 

363 David, b. April 28, 1783; m. 1813, Hannah Cock. 

364 Daniel, b. Nov. 26, 1785 ; m. Jemima Underbill. 

89 THEODOSIA, daughter of (17) Jacob and Sarah 
(Woolsey) Frost, b. Dec. 3, 1741, d. Jan. 3, 1819; m. Dec. 27, 
1764, Sylvanus, b. Jan. 11, 1742, d. Nov. 27, 1817, son of 
SilvenuB and Susannah (Hedger) Toinncnd. Both are buried 
in the old Frost Cemetery. 



64 The Frost Gekealogt 

Issue (Townsend) : 

365 Benjamin, b. April 6, 1773, d. Aug. 18, 1840; m. 

April 24, 1802, Mary Hill, who d. Feb. 21, 
1871, in her 89th year. Both are buried in the 
old Frost Cemetery. 

366 Mclancthan, b. Nov. 28, 1767 ; m. Sarah Ireland. 

367 Jacob, b. Oct. 13, 1765; m. Jerusha Vietcham. 

368 Sylvanus, b. April 1, 1777, d. April 21, 1849. 

Buried in old Frost Cemetery. 

369 Letitia, b. June 4, 1770, d. December 30, 184«. 

Buried in old Frost Cemetery. 

370 Charles, b. Sept. 8, 1776, d. June 7, 1776. 

871 Frost, b. Jan. 10, 1780, d. July 7, 1799. 

872 Sarah, b. Dec. 11, 1781, d. Aug. 81, 1798. 



FIFTH GENERATION 

90 STEPHEN, son of Daniel and (18) Mary (Frost) 
Thome; m. 1779, Elizabeth, daughter of Nat'l and Hannah 
(Butler) Coles. 

Issue (Thome) : 

373 Mary, b. 1780 ; m, Uriah Cock. Issue: Eliz. T., 

d. 1853, 39 yrs. ; Jemima S., d. 1869, 67 yrs.; 

Allen S., d. 1834, 27 yrs. All buried Friends' 

Cemetery, Matinecock, L. I. 
874 Hannah, b. 1782. 
375 Daniel, b. 1784 ; m., Ist, Eliza Giles ; 2nd, Sarah 

Farmington. 
876 Elizabeth ; m. James Baker. 

91 CHARLES, son of Daniel and (18) Mary (Frost) 
Thome, b. Glen Cove, L. I., 1755, d. April 1, 1818; buried in 
old Frost Cemetery; m. Feb. 23, 1774, Anne Kirby, daughter 
of Daniel and Hannah (Latting) Kirby, b. 1752, d. Aug. 26, 
1846. 

Issue (Thome) : 

377 William, b. Feb. 23, 1777 ; m. Anne Knapp. 

378 Charles ; m. Phiany Cock, dau. of Daniel and Ro- 

sannah of Matinecock, L. I. 
+379 Hallctt. 

380 Mary, b. June 2, 1785 ; m. Joseph Cook. 

381 Elizabeth, b. June 13, 1786; m. 1803, John J. 

Cromwell. 

882 Leonard; m, Abigail Somarindyck; no children. 

883 Stephen Front, d, Oct, 22, 1818, ngc 29 years 10 

mo. 24 d. Buried old Frost Cemetery; m. Han- 
nah Fry, who d. Oct. 28, 1821, age 24 yrs. 
11 mo8. 3 d. Buried old Frost Cemetery. 
+883a Frost. 

93 R08ANNAH, daughter of (20) Stephen and Sarah 
(Cock) Frost, b. Feb. 10, 1772, d. Sept. »l, 1806; m. Charles 

65 



M The Feost Gevkaimox 

on Feb. 22, 1787. He was b. 1765, d. March 18, 1837, son of 
William and Anne (Peeks) Cock. Both are buried in the old 
Frost Cemetery. Lived Buckram, L. I., and New York City. 
Issue (Cock) : 

+384 Ann, b. July 30, 1788. 

385 Mary, b. April 30, 1790; m., Ist, Nat'l Roe; 2nd, 

Gilbert Roe, and 3rd, Joseph Varick. 

386 Dinah, b. Oct. 20, 1794, d, Feb. 27, 1865; m. Job 

Cook. Buried in the old Frost Cemetery. 

387 William, b. Nov. 21, 1796, d. Aug. 9, 1811. 

388 Stephen F., b. Nov. 29, 1799, d. Dec. 6, 1819. 

94 WILLIAM, son of (20) Stephen and Sarah (Cock) 
Frost, b. June 24, 1774, d. May 21, 1865; m. March 26, 1853, 
Sarah, b. Nov. 12, 1778, d. March 26, 1859, daughter of 
James and Freclove (Wilmot) Townscnd. Both buried in the 
old Frost Cemetery. They lived in the original Frost home- 
■icad. 

Issue: 

889 Julia Ann, b. Dec. 23, 1796, d, Oct. 13, 1866; 

unm. Burird in the old FroHt Cemetery. 

890 Frorlovc Wihnot, b. April 13, 1799, d. Feb. 20, 

1870; unm. Buried in the old Frost Cemetery, 
391 Eliz. Townscnd, b. July 23, 1801; unm., d. Feb. 
9, 1805. Buried in the old Frost Cemetery. 
+392 William Townscnd, b. Oct. 2, 1804. 
Freclove Wilmot was the daughter of Rev. Walter Wllmol. 
She m. Feb. 4, 1762, .lames Townscnd, son of Wm. and Elia- 
abeth (Cock) Townscnd. He was a member of the Assembly 
and a truRtoc of Kings College. The above Freclove was bom 
Feb. 25, 1744, and died July 21, 1809. James Townscnd was 
bom April 16, 1742, and died Sept. 12, 1798. 

Sarah, wife of William Frost, had a removal certificate from 
Wcstbury Friends* Monthly Meeting to that of New York, 
November, 1815. 

95 SARAH, daughter of (20) Stephen and Sarah (Cock) 
Frost, b. Dec. 22, 1776, d. May 16, 1810 ( buried old Frost 
Cemetery ; n. April t6, 1808, Charles, b. Aug. 17, 1774, d. Maj 
1, 184f, Mm of William and Sarah (Carpenter) Latting. 



Fifth OKNeaATioN 67 

Issue (Latting) : 

393 Willinm Frost, b. April 28, 1810; m. March 17, 

1843, Nancy Miller. Ishuc: Sylvia Ann, Charles. 
Charles m. 2nd Elizabeth, sister of Sarah, his deceased wife. 

96 JACOB, son of (20) Stephen and Sarah (Cock) Frost, 
b. Ort. 6, 1778, d. May 24, 1833, buried in old Frost Cemetery; 
m. Dec. 8, 1799, Mary, b. June 2, 1782, d. Oct. 12, 1813, buried 
in Houston Street Friends' Cemetery, New York City. Daugh« 
t«r of Robert and Sarnh (Coles) Stoddard. 

Issue : 

394 Gulielma, b. Dec. 25, 1800, d. unm. June 26, 1867. 

Buried old Frost Cemetery. 
396 Laetitia, b. June 27, 1802, d. unm. Nov. 22, 1884. 
Buried old Frost Cemetery. 

396 Eliza, b, Jan. 13, 1805, d. unm, Aug. 21, 1882. 

397 Mary S., b. Oct. 22, 1810, d. unm. March 31, 

1882. 
Jacob married, 2nd, Oct. 10, 1816, Margaret, b. May 17, 
1789, d. Jan. 10, 1866, dauglitcr of Thomas and Abigail Cunt' 
mingH, Margaret in 1820 belonged to the Friends' Society in 
New York City. 
Issue : 

-f 398 Stephen A., b. Nov. 16, 1816. 
+399 Anna M., b. May 7, 1823. 

97 LAETITIA, daughter of (20) Stephen and Sarah 
(Cock) Frost, b. March 14, 1781, d. June 4, 1868; m. Sept. 15, 
1801, John P. Redmond, who d. July 26, 1866, in the 76th year 
o/ his age. Both buried in the old Frost Cemetery. 

Issue (Redmond) ; 

+400 Hannah, b. Dec. 1, 1802. 

401 Maria, b. Dec. 30, 1803, d. unm. April 22, 1888. 
Buried old Frost Cemetery. 
+402 James M., b. July 16, 1807. 

403 Charles P., b. July 21, 1809, d. July 29, 1812. 

404 Charles P„ b. March 29, 1814, d. 1832. 
+40ff John C, b. May 7, 1817. 

98 MARY, daughter of (20) Stephen and Sarah (Cock) 



68 The Fkost Genealoov 

rro«t, b. Oct. 10, 1784, d. Sept. 27, 1839, buried Old Frost 
Cemetery; m. Feb. 22, 1803, George, b, 1781, d, Feb. 18, 1807, 
•on of David and Hannah (Townscnd) Valentine. No iiiu*. 

Mary in., 2nd, Sept. 24, 1822, Gilbert, b. Oct. 3, 1777, d. 
Nov. 24, 1856, at West Neck, L. I., son of Simeon and Sarah 
(Smith) Grossman. 

99 ELIZABETH, daughter of (20) Stephen and Sarah 
(Cock) Frost, b. Sept. 3, 1787, d. Feb. 6, 1869; m. June 1, 
1811, Charles, husband of her deceased sister, Sarah, b. Aug. 
17, 1774, d. May 1, 1842, son of William and Sarah (Car- 
penter) Latting. 

Issue (Latting) : 

+406 Joseph, b. July 20, 1812. 

+407 John Jordan, b. March 31, 1819. 

100 CHARLES, son of (20) Stephen and Sarah (Cock) 
Frost,- b. Matinccock, Oct. 19, 1790, d. July 9, 1847; m. Dec. 
17, 1817 (1062) Anne, b. Oct. 22, 1795, d. July 3, 1877, dau. 
of (348) Zcbulon and Elizabeth (Farley) Frost. Both buried 
in the did Frost Cemetery. 

Issue: 

408 Sarah V., b. Sept. 24, 1818, d. March 13, 1819. 
Buried in old Frost Cemetery. 
+409 Valentine, b. April 1, 1821. 

102 JEMIMA, daughter of (21) Charics and Esther 
(Cock) Frost, b, F.b, 24, 1774, d. July 28, 1835; m, Isaac, 
son of Jacob and Martha (Kccnc) Titus, who d. prior to April 
5, 1808. 

Issue (Titus) : 

410 Esther, b. Feb. 17, 1796, d. June 18, 1869; m. 
Oliver, b. March 18, 1790, d. April 27, 1865, 
son of Wright and Judith (White) Craft, for- 
merly Thomeycraft. No issue. Both buried 
Matinecock Friends' Burial Ground, L. I. 
Jemima m., 2nd, Stephen, b. June 10, 1773, d. Jan. 26, 1818, 
•on of Stephen and Deborah (Feke) Cock. Buried UnderhiU 
Cemetery, Oyster Bay, L. I. 



Fifth Generation 69 

Imuc (Cock) : 

411 Deborah, b. Nov, 16, 1799; m. Oct. 20, 1817, (?) 

Lowcrrc or Loscc. 
41« Abrabam, b. July 21, 1801, d. Feb. 26, 1877; 

buried old Frost Cemetery; m. Sarah Wood, 

who d. Nov. 16, 1847, age 41. Buried old 

Frost Cemetery. 

413 Isaac T., b. Oct. 16, 1804, d. Aug. 2, 1837. 

Buried old Frost Cemetery; m. Anne E. Craft, 
who d. Oct. 3, 1858, age 47. Buried old Frost 
Cemetery. 

414 Jacob F., b. Aug. 18, 1809; m. Mary Hall. 

415 Stephen M., b. Dec. 20, 1811; m., 1st, Anne E. 

Craft; 2nd, Cath. Griffis. 
Jemima m., 3rd, March 18, 1816, Edward M. McDermott. 

103 ISAAC, son of (21) Charics of Oyster Bay and Mary 
(Rushmore) Frost; m. Dec. 23, 1807, at Bethpagc, L. I., Han- 
nah, b. April 24, 1784, d. Dec. 14, 1858 (from Westbury rec- 
ords), daughter of Amos and Amy (Willets) Whitson of Hunt- 
ington, L. I. In will of Isaac, dated April 8, 1810, proven 
May 31, 1810, he mentions "Uncle Wm. Willets." Witness, 
Stephen Frost. 

Issue : 

416 Amy, d. July 26, 1863. 
416a Isaac, d, Aug. 1, 1837. 

104 PHEnr,, druiKhfcr of (9.1) ChnrlpB nnd Mary (Ru^h- 
morc) FroNt, b. May 7, 17H5, d. Sept. 14, 1864; m. Nov. 21, 
1810, Samuel R., b. April 14, 1787, d. July 11, 1862, son of 
Samuel and Abigail (Bobbins) Titus. 

Issue (Titus) : 

417 Charles Frost, b. July 2, 1816; m. 1843, Mary F. 

Burling. 

418 Jacob, b. March 24, 1813; m. 1844, Elizabeth 

Townsend. 

419 Robert, b. April 13, 1819; m. 1860, Hannah 

Bird, widow of Tucker. 

106 SARAH, daughter of (21) Charles and Mary (Rush- 



70 Thz Fkobt Gemkaloot 

more) Frost, d. Jan. 20, 1864; m. June 21, 1816, Stephen, b. 
March 19, 1793, d. Sept. 23, 1878, son of Jamcf and Amey 
(Powell) Mott. 
I«iue (Mott): 

420 Mary Froit, b. Aug. 13, 1817; m. Daniel D. 

Wright. 

421 Lydia P., b. July 29, 1821 ; m. Wm. M. Valentine. 
421a Valentine, b. March 1, 1824. 

107 STEPHEN, son of (21) Charles and Mary (Rush- 
more) Frost; m. Feb. 11, 1815 (Westbury Records), Phebe, 
b. April 30, 1793, d. Aug. 30, 1824, daughter of James and 
Hannah (Doty) Craft. 

Issue: 

+422 Isaac C, b. Jan. 10, 1819. 

109 CHARLES, son of (21) Charies and Mary (Rush- 
more) Frost, b. 1794, d. May 18, 1882, lived Wheatly and 
Port Washington, L. I.; m. May 22, 1821, Martha, daughter 
of Timothy and Margaret (Hoogland) Titus, b. June 22, 1800, 
A Not. 23, 1889. 

Issue : 

423 Esther, b. Nov. 29, 1822, d. March 23, 1885. 

424 Jacob T., b. Dec. 27, 1823; m. Lucy J. Keene. 

425 Edward T., b. March 29, 1827 ; m. Pamela Brown. 

426 Stephen, b. June 19, 1829; m. Sarah J. Pine. 

427 Timothy, b. Oct. 9, 1831, d. Oct. 7, 1861, unm. 

428 Anna Maria, b. Nov. 24, 1833, d. young. 

429 William, b. Sept 24, 1846; m., Ist, Caroline Jar- 

vis ; 2nd, Phebe Hyde. 

430 Margaret T. ; m. Stephen T. Vilsor. 

+431 Catharine M., b. Aug. 6, 1842 ; m. Levi Munson. 
432 Sarah M., b. Dec. 29, 1845 ; m. Stephen T. Vilsor. 

126 WRIGHT, son of (26) Samuel and Mary (Cock) 
Frost, b. Feb. 8, 1766, d. March 30, 1811, buried Houston St 
Friends* Cemetery, New York ; m. Martha, b. July 18, 1771, d. 
Sept 18, 1881, daughter of Phillip «nd Mary Anna (Golden) 
Smith. 







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HoMK OF Jordan C. Frost, 
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^'(IIIKTOWX Mr.KIIITS, X. Y. 

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JoRHAx Cox Frost 
(No. 448) 



I'hii:h I-'hokt 
(No. 449) 



Fifth Generation >yi 

Isiuc : 

•f 4-38 ChnrUy, h. Nov. 1H, 17H7. 

Mi Mary Anna, U. An^, fl, 1790, d. April 23, 1805$ 
buried HouMton St., New York. 

+435 Mfiry, b. July 9, 1792. 

+436 Hannah, b. Feb. 10, 1795. 

437 Juliette (?) ; m. Andrew Hoogland (?). 

438 A child, buried Houston St., New York, d. Auff 

14, 1799. 
Jordan Cox Frost said that Wright, who was bom in York- 
town, N. Y., sympathized with the Tories during the Rcvolu- 
ticn, and moved to Long Island, where he remained until the 
close of the war. All through the war Wright's mother re- 
n.aintd on the homestead, and so saved it from confiscation. 
Her liusband died in 1775. At close of the war Wright re- 
turned and took possession of the old farm in some way, moving 
his mother into a small house on the farm on which Jordan 
afterwards lived. Jordan's father. Frier, and Samuel R. Frost 
owned this farm together once, Samuel H. sold out to Prier. 
In later yearn Jordan and his brother Wright came into pos- 
session. 

129 PRIER, son of (25) Samuel and Mary (Cock) Frost, 
b. Feb. 11, 1773, d. March 28, 1817; m. Oct. 81, 1796, by Rev. 
Silas Constant, of Yorktown, N. Y., Abigail, b. Aug. 2, 1776, 
d. Dec. 21, 1855, daughter of Jonathan and Ann (Bouton) 
Loder. She is buried J'ricnds' Cemetery, Amawalk, N. Y. 

Issue: 

439 Euphemia, b. May 24, 1797, d. unm. Dec. 18, 

1859. Buried Amawalk, N. Y. 

440 Wright, b. Oct. 10, 1798, d. unm. April 20, 1866. 

441 Sarah, b. Aug. 6, 1800, d. young. 

442 Esther, b. Dec. 10, 1801, 'd. Aug. 4, 1834; m. 

Simeon Secor, d. Aug. 4, 1887. 

+443 Simeon, b. Dec. 20, 1803. 

+444 Horton, b. Sept. 16, 1805. 

+445 Charity, b. DcC. 17, 1807. 

+446 Mary, b. May 80, 1809. 

+447 William, b. Aug. 6, 1810. 

448 Jordan Cox, b. March 30, 1818, d. Nor. 28, 1905 ; 



72 The Fbost Geneaioot 

m. 1836, Frances Ryder, who d. June 11, 1873, 

leaving no living issue. He m., 2nd, Feb. 5« 

1879, Deborah Cocks, b. June 2, 1834, d. Feb. 

7, 1892, leaving no issue. 

Jordan lived on Yorktown Heights on farm which wa« hiJ 

father's and grandfather's in sight of Crom Pond. He U 

buried in the Friends' Cemetery, near Amawalk Meeting House, 

N. Y. 

130 SAMUEL R., son of (25) Samuel and Mary (Cock) 
Frost, b. Aug. 18, 1775, d. July 14, 1862; m. at Yorktown, 
N. Y., Oct. 18, 1815, Zilpha, b. Clinton, N. Y., Aug, 23, 1791, 
d- May 26, 1873, at Henrietta, N. Y., daughter of Isaac and 
Phcbc (Undcrliill) Cox, of Clinton and Yorktov/n, N. Y. 

Issue: 

+449 Prier, b. Dec. 14, 1817. 

450 Phebc, b. March 30, 1819, d. Aug. 12, 1819. 

Phebe Undcrliill, wife of Isaac Cock, was daughter of Thom- 
as and descended from Capt. John Underbill. (Sec Underbill 
family.) Some friends and distant relatives had moved to the 
new country between Caj'uga and Seneca Lakes then Tompkins 
County, now Schuyler County. To this country about one-half 
mile west of Scarsburg, Samuel R. and Zilpha Frost moved 
about 1816. This was called the cold summer. It is said 
there wa5 frost every month in the year. Com did not mature 
and our immigrants were obliged to boil weeds to feed the 
pigs. Suffering and distress were abundant. Tiring of the 
hardships after two or three years, they returned to West- 
chester County, New York. 

Amawalk Meeting Records show Samuel R., wife Zilpha, and 
infant Prier, received removal certificate from Scipio M. M. to 
Amawalk M. M., Dec. 16, 1820. They moved often during the 
next 17 years, never owning a place of their own, living at Ama- 
walk, Crom Pond, and New York City. Samuel R. was a trav- 
elling cobbler. In 1836 he moved to Genesee County, where 
his uncle, Thomas Cox, had gone. Zilpha came with the furni- 
ture on the Eric Canal. Samuel R. came through with an old 
horse and lumber wagon. They lived in Chili, Monroe County, 
for two years. On April 1, 1838, he bought a farm of fifty 
acres in Henrietta for $2,500 from Chester Miller. From 



Fifth Genebatiom 78 

Friends* Enopus Records, "Sam'I R, Frost 'clear* fr. Marlboro 
returning to Amawalk, Nov. 24, 1813." 

134 JACOIJ, son of Epliraim and (27) Philena (Frost) 
Dcdcll; m. Surah, b. Aug. 13, 1771, daughter of Nat'l and 
Mary (Hall) Brown of Pcckskill. Mary Hall, b. Nov. 3, 1745, 
d. Jan. 26, 18.35, was daughter of Caleb and Jane (Daggett) 
Hall. Nat'l Urown was son of Thomas and Susannah (IJug- 
bcc) Brown. In the ''Journal of the Rev. Silas Constant" he 
notes on Feb. 16, 1798 "Was at Jacob Bedell's, who is ill." 

136 DEBORAH, daughter of Ephraim and (27) Philena 
(Frost) Bedell; m. April 18, 1821, by Rev. Silas Constant of 
Yorktown, N. Y., John Conklin. 

Issue (Conklin) : 
461 Edmond. 

138 SARAH, daughter of Ephraim and! (27) Philena 
(Frost) Bedell; m. Sept. 4, 1786, at John Carman's by Rev. 
Silas Constant of Yorktown, N. Y., Isaac Smith, of Somers, 
whose will was proven April 4, 1827, and mentions Hannah 
Osbom ; sons of Ebcnezer Osborn ; Aaron and Ebenezer Wright 
of Somers; David Bedlc. 

139 MARY, daughter of Ephraim and (27) Philena 
(Frost) Bedell, b. March 22, 1760, d. Feb. 28, 1843; m. Jo- 
«cph, b. Aug. 24, 1769, d. June 11, 1813, son of (74) Stephen 
and Sarah (Owens) Hortnn. Both buried Amawalk, N. Y. 
Ills stone reads that he was grandson of Daniel Horton of 
Tiye. 

140 WILLIAM, son of Ephraim and (27) Philena (Frost) 
Bedell, b. Oct. 23, 1764, d. 1823; m. Nov. 7, 1787, at Stephen 
Horton's, by Rev. Silas Constant, of Yorktown, N. Y., Eliza- 
beth, b. Oct. 23, 1764, d. Oct. 30, 1827, daughter of (74) Ste- 
phen and Sarah (Owcna) Horton. Lived at Slcphcntown, now 
flomeri, N. V. 

iMue (Dedell): 

401 a Sarah; m. Oct. 29, 1807, Jomes, b. April 19, 1787, 
d. March 12, 1800, ion of Dr. Ebenezer and 



74 Ths Fkost Oemkaloot 

Helen (Bartow) White, and grandson of Rev. 
Sylvanus White, who for fifty years was pastor 
of the Presbyterian Church at Southampton, 
L. I. 
141 ELIZABETH, daughter of Ephraim and (27) Philena 
(Frost) Bedell, b. May 12, 1771, d. May 23, 1838; m. April 
28, 1790, by the Rev, Silas Constant, of Yorktown, N. Y., 
Benjamin, b. Nov. 26, 1768, d. Oct. 21, 1839, son of Benj. and 
MilHcent (Purdy) Wright. 
Issue (Wright): 

+4152 IJ.nj., b. March 0, 1792. 

453 Millicent, b. Feb. 22, 1796; m. Bailey. 

453a Joseph. 
Benj. Wright, Sr., b. Oct. 13, 1734, d. Nov. 22, 1823. Hi» 
wife, Millicent Purdy, b. July 30, 1735, d. June 21, 1820, both 
buried in cast gruvcy.ird, Yorktown, N, Y. He was buptised 
by Rev. SiluH ConMtunt at 85 years of age. His will, dated 
July 20, 1812. He was the son of Abraham Wright, whose 
cattle mark waK recorded in Cortland Manor Dec. 16, 1766, and 
whose will, dated Dec. 16, 1766, was proven Nov. 25, 1795, and 
mentions David and James, sons of Abraham, Jr., Millicent 
Wright, nUo Martha, wife (tf Jofcph OKbornc, also heirs of 
Sylvanus Reynolds, 

Martha, mentioned in alM)vc will, was Ixtrn March 21, 1744, 
d. March 9, 1835. Joseph Osborne, her husband, b. Ridgcfield, 
Conn., June 11, 1737, moved to West Somers, N. Y., and d. 
Somcrs, Sept. 26, 1796. Their children were: (1) Samuel; (2) 
David, b. April 11, 1769; m. June 9, 1791, Elizabeth Haight, 
b. May 30, 1773, d. Aug. 12, 1826; (3) Orias, b. Feb. 11, 
1771, d. Feb. 13, 1823; m. Dec. 28, 1793, Sarah, daughter of 
Elnathan Haight of Yorktown, Sarah died Nov. 4, 1849. 
Buried at Yorktown, N. Y. (4) Benjamin; (5) Elizabeth; m. 
July 19, 1797, Cornelius Brown of Peekskill ; (6) Ebenezer, b. 
April 30, 1774, d. Nov. 4, 1849, buried at Yorktown; m. Aug. 
«6, 1799 (142) Hannah, daughter of Ephraim and Philena 
(Frost) Bedell, 

Issue of Benj. and Millicent (Purdy) Wright who were m. 
May 22, 1757. He was a farmer at Yorktown, N. Y.: (1) 
Abraham, b. March 17, 1758, will proven Feb. 20, 1849; m. Ei- 
ther (?) ; («) EUiabeth, b. May 9, 1761, d. before her father | 



FwTH Oemeeation 75 

(3) Abijah, b. Nov. 13, 1763; m. Hunt; (4) Benja- 
min, b. 1768; m. (141) Elizabeth Bedell, daughter of Ephraim 
and Philena (Frost) Bedell; (5) Martha, b. June 22, 1771, d. 
Oct. 21, 1860; m. May 20, 1789, the Hon. Joel Frost, b. Sept. 
28, 1765, d. Sept. 28, 1827, son of John (36) and Huldah 
(Munson) Frost of Carmel, N. Y. 

142 HANNAH, daughter of Ephraim and (27) Philena 
(Frost) Bedell, d. at W. Somers, N, Y., Sept. 9, 1844 ; m. Aug. 
26, 1799, Ebcnczcr, b. April 30, 1774, d. Nov. 4, 1849, buried 
at Yorktown, N. Y., son of Joseph and Martha (Wright) Os- 
borne. 

143 DAVID, son of Ephraim and (27) Philena (Frost) 
Bctlcll, b. March 26, 1764, d. June 23, 1848; m. April 29, 
1788, at Macajnh Wright's, by Ilev. Silas Constant, of York- 
town, N. Y., Milliccnt, b. Feb. 19, 1770, d. Oct. 14, 1847, 
daughter of Capt. Daniel and Rachel (Horton) Wright. Ma- 
cajah Wright was brother to Milliccnt. David left in his will, 
proven June 23, 1848, $1,000 to Milliccnt, daughter of Joseph 
Knapp, who had m. his wife's sister, Hannah Wright. 

Issue (Bedell): 
-f464 Gilbert. 

144 STEPHEN, son of Ephraim and (27) Philena (Frost) 
Bedell, buried by Rev. Constant, March 6, 1796, at Yorktown, 
N. Y. ; m. . 

Issue (Bedell): 

454a Stephen, bap. by Rev. Silas Constant, July 8, 
1796. In the lattcr's journal he says: "Aug. 
14, 1789, Baptized Stephen Bedell's children: 
Dec. 26, 1789, Preached at Stephen Bedell's; 
July 11, 1791, Rode to Stephen Bedell's. Hot! 
April 3, 1796, Rode to widow Bedell's." 

146 DANIEL WRIGHT, son of (31) Jacob and Sarah 
(Wright) Frost, d. Dec. 18, 1826 ; m. Paula Osandon, e Irri- 
barron of La Serena, Chili. She d. in February, 1879, and was 
about 16 when m. in 18)tl. 



.76 The Frost Genealoot 

Issue : 

455 Thomas, 3 mos. old in June, 1822; m. in Serenaj 
Chili, Delfina Vicuna, d. 1869. No issue. 
+456 Mercedes. 

457 Sarah Carmen, d. 1900; m. Francisco de Lazuen, 

a Spaniard. No issue. 

458 Joseph Daniel, b. prior to Dec, 1826, d. 1884, 

unm. 

Daniel W. Frost went to Chili in the early part of the last 
century and was a merchant trading considerably with China. 
His will, filed in New York City in 1827, in both Spanish and 
English, is a unique one, owing to the fact he was of Quaker 
inheritance. 

His son (458) Daniel became quite prominent in Chilian poli- 
tics, and was sent abroad on important diplomatic missions, and 
was a member of Congress in Chili and a great Radical. 

Extracts from a letter written by Daniel Wright Frost, to 
his mother, Sarah Carpenter, of Peckskill, N. Y,, dated April 
6, 1807, and written on board the sliip Maryland, then lying off 
iBaint Joseph, on the Point of the peninsular of California and 
bound for China. He was the ship's surgeon at that time, and 
also at as early a date as Sept. 1, 1805. 

"By the kindness of a friend I have an opportunity to write 
to you across the continent by the way of Mexico and Vera 
Crupc. 

"The first time I wrote you from the coast of Chile. Nine- 
teen long months has now clapHod since I left my native coun- 
try and then before this time I expected to have been back 
again, but our voyage will undoubtedly be much longer than we 
expected but I am in hopes the most tcdius part of it is now 
nearly finished as we calculate to leave this coast for China in 
about a month. 

"You need not give yourself any uneasiness, my dear mother, 
about my return, as wc consider our greatest danger now over. 
The next part ot the voyage is a plain and pleasant navigation 
in a latitude where gales seldom blow and where but few rocki 
or Isles impede our course. 

"You need not expect me home until March or April of 1808, 
when I hope to find jou, my dear mother, and all mj frienda in 
good health. 




DAXier, Wnioiit Vnotr, M. D. 
(No. 144) 



Fifth Geneeation w 

"You will remember me to my stepfather and family and my 
dear sisters, the.r husbands and children in particular, and 
l.kcw.sc to all mqu.rinff friends. I enjoy ffood health and live 
upon tcnns of friendship with all the oflicers and people on 
board In my capacity as surgeon I have been rather fortunate 
than otherwise, for by the help of God I have preserved the live* 
of our ships company so far and it will be the height of mv 

mother" ^^"" ^" ^°'"'' ^''^' "'"'^ ""'"• ^" ^""'^'^ ""^ ^^*' 

"Your ufTcctionato son, 

. , ^ ^ "I)anh:l w. frost." 

Just when Daniel decided to live in Chile has not been ascer- 
tained but Sept. 1, 1805, he was a surgeon on the ship Mary- 
land, for an invoice of china consigned to him by Geo. New- 
bold of New York, is still in existence, also an invoice of goods, 
consigned to him Sept. 3, 1803, in care of Jonathan Perry 
Master of the ship Maryland. 

In a letter written by his nephew, Samuel Frost Haviland 
(who had gone to Chile also), he says his uncle Daniel was 
taken ill m October and died Dec. 13, 182G, leaving a widow 
and four small children. The letter was dated March 4, 1827 

,/lo'T"^'"'' ''^^"" ^'^'""'' ^"''■""^ "uviland, under date of May 
14, 1825, says Daniel Frost has a son and daurrhter 

The family still have (1910) some curiosities Daniel brought 
from China, such as silk embroideries, shawls, cut crystals, and 
i.lver articles After he gave up sea travelling he settled down 
in Harena, Chde, and founded a bank, which was the first in 
that country. He sent for several of his nephews, one returned 
and one died there. Another one, Samuel Frost Haviland, has 
many descendants still living in Chile. 

146 ANNE, daughter of (31) Jacob and Sarah (Wright) 
Frost, b^ Dec. 1, 1776. d. April 4, 1851, buried Amawalk? N. 
y.; m. Oct 27, 1796, by Ilev. Silas Constant of Yorktown, N. 
Y., John, b. Nov. 21, 1769, d. April 10, 1829. ion of Gilbert 
«nd Hilizabcth (Downing) Haviland. 
Iifue (Haviland): 

+459 Samuel Frost, b. Dec. 22, 1798. 

460 Charlotte, b. July 18, 1797, d. unm. Feb. 14, 1874. 
Buried Amawalk, N. Y. 



78 Thx Feost Gemealoot 

+♦61 Samh Ann, b. Oct. Ifl, 1800. 

-f 4(J5e JCIi/ttJK'tli Downing, h. I'l-ti, 27, 1804. 

+463 Emeline, b. Nov. 12, 1808. 

147 ELIZABETH, daughter of (31) Jacob and Sarah 
(Wright) Frost; m. Jan. 22, 1800, Mo8e«, b. July 2, 1775, d 
Julj 7, 1839, son of David and Phebe (Horton) Knapp. Both 
buried in Pres. Ch. Yard, at Yorktown, N. Y. 

Issue (Knapp) : 

+464 Jacob Frost. 

465 Esther, b. Aug. 13, 1802, d. Dec. 24, 1878. 
+466 David W. 

467 Millicent, d. Sept. 13, 1849, age 33 yrs. 6 mos. 

Buried Pres. Ch. Yard, Yorktown, N. Y. 

468 Caroline. 
+469 Sarah Anne. 

470 Eliza; m. Fowler. 

148 RACHEL, daughter of (31) Jacob and Sarah 
(Wright) Frost; m. April 22, 1802, Benjamin, b. March 8, 
1781, d. Oct. 6, 1850, son of David and Phebe (Horton) 
KnApp. Both buried Pres. Ch. Yard, Yorktown, N. Y. 

Imuc (Knapp) : 

471 Phcl>c Ann, d. April 8, 1883, age 76 yrs. 7 mos. 

25 days. 

472 Edward, d. Sept. 7, 1854, age 60 yrs. 9 mos. 28 

days. 

473 Daniel W. F., d. Jan. 15, 1866, age 52 yrs. 11 

mos. 4 days ; m. Eliza Pullin, who d. Sept. 6, 
1856, age 39 yrs. 3 mos. 19 days. All the 
above are buried in the Presbyterian Church- 
yard at Yorktown, N. Y. 

474 Sarah. 

475 Jane ; m. Mr. Forman. 

476 Chariotte H. ; m. Mr. Horton. 

477 Stephen. 

478 James W., d. Jan. 17, 1891, age 08 jn. 8 mos. 16 

days. Buried in Prea. Church yard, Yorktown^ 
N. Y. 



Fifth Obnbeatiom »yQ 

UmJ.rl.il . b Nov. Ifl, nOfl. d. Feb. 8, 18.30; m. Jemima Co c. 

IrhiU ? " ' '' '"'"' ''-' '' ^^"•- »°^»^ burie" n The ul: 
derhjll Cemetery at Ojgter Bay, N. Y. 

Issue (Underbill) : 

+479 Pbcbe; m. (350) Jarvis Frost. (See No. 360 for 
descendants.) 

hiU^l f^^^' '°" °' ^^"''^^ ^"^ (^3) Sarah (Frost) Under- 

who d. Jan. 16, 1829, aged 68 years. Both buried in Under- 
hiU Cemetery at Oyster Bay, N. Y. 

TT ^^\-.f ^'^^^^^^' '"" °^ ^*"'^^ '*"d (33) Sarah (Frosts 
Underbill, b. Oct. 11, 1777. d AdHI 1Q l«r;a t y^°"^ 

who d \far.J, « i«cs V ^ ^' ^^^^' '"^ -^^"^ Seaman, 
Lid IT r K^; . ^' '^^'' '^^ ^'^" ^ '"°"ths 25 days. Both 
buned Underbill Cemetery, Oyster Bay, N Y 
iMue (Underbill) : 

480 Charles C, d. Jan. 2, I860, age 63 yrs. 5 mos. 12 

day^ Buried Underbill Cemetery, Oyster Bay, 

TT !f ^K-,f ?^?'^"^' ^^"«''ter of Daniel and (33) Sarah (Frost) 
Underb.II, b. Jan. 17, 1771, d. Jan. 16, 1849; m. Richard Cocks 
who d. Oct. 26, 1861, age 86 year.. ' 

I"uc (Cocks) : 

481 Esther, d. Feb. 10, 1844, age 63 years. All are 

buned in the Underbill Cemetery at Oyster 
Bay, N. Y. 

b d!c f 17«?' TV^ ^!'^ """^'^ ^"^ ^"^^ («^«") Frost, 

S^d W'l'burn^- ''' ''''' '• ""-' ''' ''''^ '-^'^- ^^ 
Issue: 

488 David, Jr., b. Nov. 25, 1810, d. unm., 1870. 
Buned in Carmel Baptist Church Yard. He 
was a member of the Sixth Regiment Artillery, 
N. Y. 8. v., Company L. He was well known 
•t one tune for the saving of Uves from a bum- 



80 The Fkost Gekealoot 

ing steamer in the Hudson River in the early 

days. 

+484 Phtbc, b. Feb. 16, 1806. 

-f 485 Sarah, b. June 25, 1795. 

+486 Samuel Wasliburne, b. Feb. 12, 1802. 

+487 James, b. March 30, 1797. 

+488 Lydia, b. Aug. 17, 1800. 
David's farm was in Carmel, N. Y,, said to be where the alms- 
house now is. He and his wife are buried in the old cemetery 
opposite the Baptist Church in that town. His old Bible is 
in the possession of Frank Townscnd of Brewster, N. Y., and 
on the fly leaf is written, "David Frost his book. God give him 
grace tliirtin to look, And when the bell for him doth tole, The 
Lord of I font receive liis sole." 

In the tax list of Fredericksburg Precinct, 1777, is mentioned 
Samuel Wufclibtirne, David Frost, David Frost, Jr. In the 
mention of highways of Carmel, 1744, there is one to be made 
from Shaws, by marked trees to Frost's Mills and thence to 
Spraggs. Shaw's was on the north end of Lake Glcnida, then 
known as Shaw's Pond. Frost's Mills were on the Croton, but 
just where the compiler could not discover. 

In a survey made Oct. 17, 1771, is the following statement: 
"At Jesse Smith's farm, now Widow Hall's, on which was laid 
a heap of stones, crossed the West branch of the Croton to 
David Frost's." 

160 UNDERHILL, son of (34) David and Sarah (Hyatt) 
Frost, b. July 23, 1769, d. at Beaver Dams, N. Y., Dec. 19, 
1862, buned on his own fann; m. Jane Genung, b. April 19» 
1772, d. March 18, 1843. 
Issue: 

+489 John, b. March 31, 1796. 
+490 Jacob, b. Feb. 21, 1797. 
+491 Selah, b, Feb. 26, 1799. 
+492 Aryslio, b. Feb, 26, 1799. 
+499 David, b. May 6, 1801. 
494 Charles, b. Jan. 9, 1809, d. Oct. 22, 1871, unin. 
Lived with his brother Hiram In Wisconfin. 
t495 Horton, b. Feb. 11, 1806. 




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Fifth Genekation 81 

496 Phrbe, b. Feb. 25, 1807; unm., d. 1820. 
+497 Hirfttn, b. Jan. 6, 1809. 
4-49H OcorKc, b, May 2H, 1811. 
4-499 Allen, b. May 28, 1813. 
+500 Jane, b. Oct. 4, 1815. 
Underbill moved to near Watkins, N. Y., in 1811, and lost 
his farm through a defective title, and then moved to Reynolds- 
villc, N. Y., in 1819. In 1824 he moved to Beaver Dams, N. Y., 
which was then a wilderness. 

161 GEORGE, son of (34) David and Sarah (Hyatt) 
Frost, b. Feb. 18, 1772, d. June 28, 1815, buried in the old 
Baptist Church yard at Carmel, N. Y. ; m. Polly, b. Carmel, 
Oct. 26, 1781, d. Penn Yan, N. Y., Nov. 2, 1878, daughter of 
Daniel and Susannah (Ogdcn) Cole, of Carmel, N, Y. Daniel 
Cole was son of Elisha, and was b. Oct. 26 ,1749, at Coles' 
Mills, Carmel, N. Y. ; m, Nov., 1771, Susannah Ogdcn, b. June 
25, 1755, who d. Nov. 3, 1857, age 102 years 4 months 8 days. 
Daniel enlisted in the Seventh Regiment Dutchess County Mili- 
tia, in the Revolution, and d. Dec. 10, 1834. He was a deacon 
in the Baptist Church at Carmel, N. Y. 

Polly m., 2nd, a Mr. Wilson, and the McLays of Cold Spring, 
N. Y., are their descendants. When Polly (Cole) (Frost) Wil- 
son was in her eighties one of grandchildren writes: "I remem- 
ber her well at the Baptist Church in Penn Yan, N. Y., in her 
little gray silk bonnet, having a special chair put under the 
pulpit that she might hear the sermon. Her Bible and Hymn 
Book, which she loved so well, were buried with her." 

George Frost had 140-acrc farm at Carmel, N. Y. 

Issue : 

601 Harrison, d, Dec. 29, 1815, age 2 yrs. Buried 
Bap. Cem., Carmel, N. Y. 
+602 Orville C. 
+503 Morris. 
+604 Laura. 

605 Julia, m., 1st, Coleman Crawford; 2nd, Hiram 

Hastings of Chicago. Issue: Charles (dec). 

606 Sally Ann, d. Feb. 23, 1896. Age 81 ; m. Luman 

Sprag^e of Carmel, N. Y. Issue: Leander I. 
of Penn Yan, N. Y. 



82 The Frost Genealoot 

162 PHEBE, daughter of (34) David and Sarah (Hyatt) 
Frost, b. Jan. 28, 1776, d. Beaver Dams, N. Y., May 26, 1862; 
m. Carmcl, N. Y., Feb. 2, 1797, Joseph, d. Beaver Dams, March 
9, 1865, son of Joseph (Elisha) and Rebecca (Berry) Cole. 

Issue (Cole) : 

-|-507 George. 

+608 Charles G. 

609 Ira, b. March 6, 1804. 

510 Harlem, b. Feb. 4, 1810, d. unm. Oct. 20, 1838. 

+611 Asahel. 

+612 Minerva Ruth. 

Joseph Cole imported the first lion ever seen in this country. 
His home was in Carmel, N. Y., but about 1830 he and his fam- 
3y moved to Beaver Dams, N. Y. 

163 SYLVANUS, son of (34) David and Sarah (Hyatt) 
Frost, b. Aug. 7, 1778, d. Reading, N. Y., Oct. 17, 1847, buried 
Starkey, N. Y. ; m. Feb. 27, 1800, at Kent, near Carmel, N. Y., 
Sarah Boyd, b. Kent, N. Y., Oct. 20, 1781, d. Reading, N. Y., 
March 17, 1847, buried Starkey, N. Y. 

Imuc: 

613 Eli, b. Kent, N. Y., July 14, 1801, d. July 12, 

1805, Newburgh, N. Y. 

614 Alanson, b. May 30, 1803, d. Oct. 20, 1805, New- 

burgh, N. Y. 
+515 Alzada. 

616 Hyatt, b. Kent, N. Y., Nov. 26, 1806, d. Dec. 22, 

1837, Starkey, N. Y. 
+617 Merenda. 

+618 Teresa. 

519 A son, b. Newburgh, N. Y., Aug. 19, 1813, d. 
Sept. 6, 1813, Vernon, N. Y. 

620 Har>ey, b. Newburgh, N. Y., May 21, 1815, d. 

March 6, 1826, Vernon, N. Y. 

621 Almeda, b. Vernon, N. Y., April 1, 1818, d. Read- 

ing Center, N. Y., July 21, 1838; m. Feb. 28, 

1838, David Diven of Reading, N. Y. 

6t^ Charles Mcrritt, b. Newburgh, N. Y., Maj 11, 
1822, d. Oct. 6, 1823, at Vernon, N. Y. 






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FirTH Oenehation 88 

164 CHARLES, son of (34) David and Sarah (Hyatt) 
Frost, b. April 20, 1782, d. prior to 1818. 
laiue : 

623 Eli ; m. PIicIh; Willovor. Ibbuc: Wm., Jane, Susan. 

624 Esther; in. John Willovcr. Issue: Christopher, 

Hetty, Hannah, Julia, Minerva. 
626 David; m. Julia Willover. Issue: Mclvin, Alice, 
Louisa and others. Lived Reading Center, N. Y. 

626 Jacob; in. Mary Winters. Issue: David, Minerva, 

Adeline, Edw., Jacob, Frank. A grand-daugh- 
ter Hves Painted Port, N. Y. 

627 St. John ; m. . Issue : Jervine, Mary, 

Theresa, Florrin. 

166 JACOB, son of (34) David and Sarah (Hyatt) Frost, 
b. March 10, 1785, d. Nov. 26, 1860, lived Clinton, N. Y.; m. 
July 25, 1810, Susannah, b. June 4, 1788, d. April 6, 1862, 
daughter of Isaac and Susannah (Taylor) Wood, of Hyde 
Park, N. Y., previously of Little Compton, R. I. 

Issue : 

+528 Marietta. 

529 Sarah, b. April 24, 1817, d. unm. ; buried Salt 

Point, N. Y., Baptist Churchyard. 

530 George, b. April 28, 1819, d. Oct. 1, 1824. 

631 Isaac Wood, b. June 12, 1822, d. about 21 years. 
+632 David Tille. 
+633 George Riclunond. 
+634 Simeon Taylor. 

635 Emily, b. Jan. 8, 1835, d. age 1 year 8 months. 
Buried Salt Point, N, Y. 

166 JOEL, son of (35) John and Huldah (Munson) Frost, 
b. Carmel, Sept. 28, 1765, d. Sept. 11, 1827, buried Gilcod 
Cemetery, at Carmel, N. Y. ; m. May 20, 1789, at Benjamin 
Wright's, by the Rev. Silas Constant of Yorktown, N. Y., 
Martha, b. July 22, 1771, d. Oct. 21, 1861, buried Gilead Cem- 
etery, Carmel, N. Y., daughter of Benjamin and Millicent 
(Purdy) Wright, of Somcrs, N. Y. 

Joel kept a grocery and dry goods store at Yorktown, prior 
to six years after marriage, then moved to Feekskill, N. Y., 



84 The Frost Genealogy 

where lie purchased and occupied a large house at the corner 
of Spring and Main streets. He sold that to Judge Constant, 
who sold it to Isaac Hadden, who kept it as the City Hotel. It 
finally burned. From Peckskill he moved to Croton Landing, 
then returned to Yorktown, and from there to Carmel, where 
he died. He was a man of the highest integrity and sound 
judgment. It is related that the morning after the marriage 
of hiK daughter, she and her hunband were late to breakfast 
and Bo were not allowed to sit at the table until the family had 
finished. 

He was member of Assembly from 1806 to 1808 and Surro- 
gate and County Judge for Putnam County, New York, from 
1818 to 1821, and in 1821 s member of the convention which 
revi*ed the New York State Constitution. In 1828-ff he rep- 
resented Putnam and Westchester Counties in the United States 
CongrcKR. 
Issuer 

630 Wright, b, Yorktown, N. Y., Oct. 6, 1790, d. Jan. 
6, 1791. 
+537 John W. 
+538 Elizabeth. 
+539 Cornelia. 
+540 Niles. 
+541 Joel. 
+542 Horace. 
543 MilHccnt, b. Carmel, July 22, 1809, a semi-invalid 
for many years, d. Dec. 24, 1886, at Peekskill, 
buried Gilead, Carmel, N. Y. 
Martha joined the church in Peckskill when over eighty years 
of age. She was a short but well-proportioned woman. 

167 NILES, son of (35) John and Huldah (Munnon) 
Frost, b. Carmel, N. Y., Dec. 28, 1771, d. Peekskill, N. Y., 
Dec. 17, 1846, buried Shrub Oak, N. Y.; m. Mrs. Hester 
Strang, daughter of Major John and Catharine (Clark) Hyatt. 
Her first husband was Samuel Strang. She was a grand-daugh- 
ter of Joshua Hyatt and Mary (Ba^hford). Nilcs kept a gen- 
eral store at Pcck»kill. He left his brother John a farm at 
Lake Mohegan and his sister Mehetable a liberal support. He 
WAS m member of the Presbyterian Church. 



Fifth Generation 85 

Hester had two children by licr first husband. Her daugh- 
ter Hester Ann m. John VV. Hunter of Brooklyn, N. Y. In 
1831 he was Public Auditor of the United States Custom House 
in New York City, a position he held for thirty years. He 
represented the Third Congressional District of Brooklyn, in 
the Thirty-ninth Congress of the United States, House of Rep- 
resentatives. In 1873 he was Mayor of Brooklyn, elected by 
the Democratic Party. At one time he wa« also President of 
the Dime Savings Bank of Brooklyn. He had three sons, one 
of whom, Lieut. Henry C, of the United States Navy, died 
abroad, not married. Mr. Hunter died in Oregon, his wife sur- 
riving. 

168 JOHN, son of (35) John and Huldah (Munson) 
Frost, b. Carmcl, N. Y., Oct, 25, 1774, was a farmer and shoe- 
maker, d. at I/akc Mohegan, near Pcekskill, N. Y., May 11, 
1802, and is buried at Gilead, Cannel, N. Y, He m. April 10, 
1802 at Carmcl, N. Y., Cornelia, b, April 17, 1782, d, April 14, 
1844, buried Gilead, beside her husband, daughter of Samuel 
and Agnes (Tyler) Delavan. Her mother, Agnes (Tyler) 
Dclavan, d. Aug, 26, 1832, aged 78 years, and is also buried at 
Gilead, 



Issue : 




-f644 


Samuel. 


-f645 


Munson. 


-f646 


Floyd. 


647 


Caroline, d. unm., b. Jan. 9, 1807, d, Oct, 3, 1816. 


648 


Cornelia, d. July 22, 1822, age 6 yrs, 9 mos. 18 




days. 


-f649 


Daniel Delavan. 


-f650 


Annis Ixiuisc. 


661 


Hester Ann, d. unm. at Pcckskill, N. Y., Dec. 18, 




1886. 



170 EZRA, son of (86) John and Huldah (Munson) 
Frost, b. Carmcl, N. Y., April 8, 1781, farmer; m. Mary, 
daughter of Samuel and Rachel (Morehouse) Wallace, of N« 
Salem, N. Y. 

Mary lost her reason after a severe illness. 



86 The Fboit Genkaloot 

Imuc: 

66« Ezra, b. Feb. 6, 1819; m., Ist, Dec. 26, 1846, 
Marj A. Carpenter of Somers. In 1891 he wa» 
a widower, living near Lake Mohegan, N. Y. 

663 Wallace; m. Sarah Burt (?). Had «on who in. 

his cousin, a dau. of Phebe (Frost) Lake. He 
was a hatter. 

664 David E,, b. Oct. 31, 1813; m. Jan. 6, 1836, Phebe 

Picrcy. I«»uc: Ellen; m. Dr. Ball of N. Y. 

City, and Harriett. 
+656 Sally Ann. 

655a Huldah, d. Aug. 12, 1833, age 19 years 6 month* 

20 days, at the home of Ebenezer Frost in West 

Somcrs, N. Y. 
666b Mary; m. Hiram Travers of Somerstown, N. Y. 

No issue. 
655c Rosannah; m. a Mr. Ferguson. 
655d Phebe Ann ; m. a Mr. Lake of Danbury, Conn., and 

their daughter m. her cousin, son of (663) Wal- 

lac€ Frost. 

n« Er.IZAUKTM. il,n,nU\fr of (35) John And Huldfth 
(Munson) Front, b. Carmel, H<pt, 7, 1767, d. at Ulysie*, N. Y., 
before 1850; m. Samuel, b. 1780, d, before 1860 at Ulysscf^ 
N. Y., son of John Ganoung, Jr., of Carmel. 
iMue (Ganoung) : 

666 Pamolia, lived with her father at Willow Creek, 
N. Y., until his death. Moved to Trumanf- 
burg, N. Y., and died there. 

657 Cornelia. 

658 Emeline, moved to Tniroansburg, N. Y., and died 

there. 
669 Mahetable ; m. John Earl of Jacksonville, Tomp- 
kins Coxinty, N. Y. 

660 Huldah. 

661 Rowena. 

56t Elizabeth, called Betsey; m. a Mr. Bamum and 
their daughter Rosana m. a Mr. Fergiuon, and 
their two sons, Francis and John, were of New- 
ark, N. J., Aug. 14, 1866. 




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Firtii Ormkration 8t 

173 KnKNKZKll, ion of (.'J5) John and Huldah (Mun- 
•on) Frost, b. Cannel, July 8, 1776, d. West Somcrs, N. Y., 
Oct. 4, 1854; m. Dec, 20, 1819, Mary, b. Jan. 6, 1789, d. Jan. 
5, 1860, daughter of Samuel and Ann (Fowler) Green of Soin- 
«n. Ann (Fowler) Green d. 1845, age 98 years. 
Iiauc : 

+503 Calvin. 
4*^64 Munnim. 

505 Anrii<-, h. Nov. 17, 1823, d. unm. Jan. 19, 1849, 

at West Somer«. 

506 Mary, b. Nov. 17, 1823, d. unm. May 2, 1879. 
567 Elizahtth, b. Oct. 23, 1820, unm., d. in Somcrn. 

N. Y. • 
508 Hnmi>\ (\., \,. A|.iH 5, 1H;J2, ,1 M.urh 8, 18H8. 
Hfi was 5 ff(;t 8 inchns tall, and had dark hair 
and eyes, D. unm. Lived Pcckskill, N. Y,; 
buried West Somcrs, N. Y. He studied law with 
his brother, Calvin, but he never practised, 
Ebcnezer wa« in the mercantile business at Somcrs, N. Y. 
Then he became a farmer at West Somcrs, and was one of ten 
voters who cast their vote for Jefferson in 1800. He was 
Postmaster at West Somcrs for thirty years, and one of the 
founders of the Westchester National Bank at Pcckskill, N. Y., 
in 1832, and a director of it until his death. He died at West 
Somers and is buried there. He was commissioner by Gov. 
Clinton as Captain in the Light Horse Cavalry. 

182 WILLIAM WILLETTS, son of (.38) Lott and Tem- 
perance (Seaman) Frost, b. May, 1787; m. Jemima Lounsbcry 
of Charleston Four Corners, N. Y. Lived Albany, N. Y. 

Issue: 

+659 Reuben; (570) William; (671) Lott; (672) 
David; (673) Datus Ensign. 

183 JAMES, son of (38) Lott and Temperance (Seaman) 
Frost, b. Waahington County, New York, Aug, 4, 178.3, d. 
Dec, 23, 1861, at Mariaville, N. Y., where he settled in 1806, 
and where all his children were bom; m, Jan. 2, 1806, Mary, b. 
Duanesburg, N. Y., Oct. 24, 1787, d. Aug. 18, 1864, at Maria- 
rille, and was buried there, daughter of Silas and Mary (Hare) 



88 The Frost Genealogy 

Manh. Major Silas MarHli wan b. May S6, llBif at Lebanon, 
Conn., and d. Feb, 23, 1848, at Duunesburg, N. Y., and wat 
m. at Chatham, N, V., Jan. 18, 1787. Mary (Hare) Marsh 
wa* b. Jan. 20, 1773, d. Nov, 27, 1857. She was the daughter 
of Silas Hare, a gentleman from Holland. Silas Marsh wa« 
son of the Silas of the "Boston Tea Party," and a lawyer, a 
Revolutionary soldier and a pensioner at time of his death.* 
Issue: 

+574 William Marsh. 
+675 James, 
+676 Adelia Duane, 
677 SilnH, b, Feb, 29, 1809, d. unm. Nov, 14, 184«. 
Fought in the Florida War. Went to New Or- 
leans, died and was buried there. 
+578 Caroline, 
+679 John S, 
+680 Phcbe. 
+581 Daniel Marsh. 
+682 Rosannah. 

683 Mary Louise, b, June 12, 1826, d. unm. Oct. 14, 
lOOl, and buried in Duanesburg, N, Y. She 
failed to marry because of a prohibitory clause 
in her father's will. Her many researches of her 
direct Frost line have been great aid to the 
compiler of this work. 
184 BENJA^^^, son of (38) Lott and Temperance (Sea- 
man) Frost; m. Elizabeth Sherman of Canajoharie, N. Y. 
Lived at Charlestown, N. Y. 
Issue: 

+584 Isaac Seaman. 

585 Lewis. 

586 Mary, and others. 

Adm. papers on estate of Benjamin Frost at Poughkeepsie, 
N. Y., April 15, 1806. 

•James Frost was a surveyor. He projected a plank road from Albany 
to Fort Hunter. He drafted the early map of Schenectady County. In 
1633-4 be surveyed the new line between Canada and New York State. In 
1819 he gurreyed the east shore of the Hudson river under the Surveyor 
General, traversing the river by sloop. He surveyed for the second rail- 
road bnllt In the United States between Albany and Schenectady. He 
wma a itaanch Whig and was reared a Quaker. He was Justice of the 
PcAee and a member of Assembly for many years. 




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Fifth Genehation 39 

fTh? ^1f^f' ^^^^^^'' °^ (^^^ Zophar and Hannah 
(Thorn) Frost; m. Peter H. Traver. 

Issue (Traver): 

+687 Dr. Isaac H., b. Aug. 2, 1814, 
688 A daughter, who m. Phihp H. Moore and had 
Wilham, who m. Mary Bentlcy, and Gertrude 
Herrick and EHza Teal. 

186 WILLIAM, son of (39) Zophar and Hannah (Thorn) 
Frost, b. June 18 1789, d. Jan. 19, 1874; m., 1st, Hannah Van 
Hoesen. One ch. d wa. bom to them, Hannah, on March 1. 
1817, who m.. Ist, Gilbert Fowler, and had one son, Gilbert 
who hves near Rhinebeck, N. Y. Hannah m., 2nd. Philip B L^ 
bon^r and had one son. William H.. who lives near Staafsburg. 

M^slir,'"" If' "^""^"^ M^ria. b. Nov. 12, 1799, d. Feb. 
Xe, 1868, daughter of Henry and Elizabeth (Schryver) Uhl 
Issue: '' ' 

fi89 Eliza, b. Dutchess Co., N. Y., May 18, 1820, d 
March 16, 1901; m. Oct. 14, 1857, Joseph Kl- 
dred of Hector, N. Y., as his second wife. They 
had one daughter. Flora, b. Aug. 4, 18G1, who 
m.. Ut, Fob. 25, 1879, Edgar E. Tunison, 
d. June, 1890, and had one son, Edgar Eldred 
Tun.son, b. Nov. 21, 1890. She m.. 2nd, Dec. 
11, 1895, Wm. Porter of Intcrlacken, N. Y., 
and has one son, William Grice, b. Nov. 28, 
1896. 
MOft Isaac, b. Nov, 11, 1822, d. June 16, 1885; m. Dec. 
90, 1852, Minerva Crounovcr. Four children: 
(1) Clarence, lives Adrian, Mich,; («) Etta; m. 
Smith, and d. at Los Va Jos, New Mex., Nov. 
24, 1891, leaving a family; (.3) Jessie; (4) 
Seymorc, who lives at Adrian, Mich. 
+589b William Henry. 
689c John, b. Covert, N. Y., April 15, 1833, d. Dec. 10, 
1891; m., Ist, Agnes Crissy, b. Dec. 21, 1852, 
d. June 16, 1888. They were m. Feb. 21, 1871. 
Three children: (1) Burt John, b. Oct. 28, 
1874; m. Bcrtho Horton, April 17, 1901, and 



90 The Fkost Genealooy 

have two children: Alton John and Carrollton 
Wilber; (2) Wirt William, b. Jan. 21, 1877; 
m. Jan. 21, 1897, Ida Mockford and have two 
children: Harlam Spencer, b. Dec. 7, 1897, and 
A^es May, b. July 22, 1899, d. Nov. 2, 1899. 
(3) Fred Uhl, b. April 8, 1882; m. Aug. 30, 

1902, Louisa B, Angcll of Cortland, N. Y., and 
have three children: Helen May, b. Oct. 18, 

1903, d. Nov. 23, 1903; Howard R., b. July 8, 
1905, and Thora F., b. June 19, 1910. 

589d Zopher, b. June 15, 1836, d. Nov. 18, 1903; m. 
Lucinda A. Crounovcr, Aug. 17, 1863. Lived 
Clayton, Mich. No children. 
William and Maria moved from Dutchess County to Schuy- 
ler County in 1836. In 1850 they purchased a farm now owned 
by their grandson, Uhl Frost, in Covert, N. Y., where they lived 
and died. 

187 JACOB, son of (39) Zophar and Hannah (Thorn) 
Frost, b. March 28, 1781, d. March 28, 1874; m. Kate Smith of 
BushkiU, Ulster County, N. Y., b. Feb. 29, 1790, d. March 16, 
1868. 
lasue: 

590 Anna Mariah, h, Ftb, 9, 1808, d, B^pl. «8, 1883; 
ni. .h'HHi' Front, non of Mordccai (60). No {•suet 
+591 Zophar, b. Nov, 6, 1813. 
592 Hannah, b, March 1, 1817. 

189 MARTHA, daughter of (39) Zophar and Hannah 
(Thorn) Frost, b. Oct., 1770, d. April 27, 1866, lived at Clin- 
ton and Pleasant Valley, N. Y.; m. Sept. 17, 1791, at Bangoll, 
N. Y., Elias, b. Feb. 14, 1772, d. July 29, 1847, ion of Eliat 
and Amy (Dean) Doty. 
Itiue (Doty) : 

+593 Isaac, b. April 15, 1794. 

+694 Hulet, b. April 9, 1797. 

+695 David E., b. Oct. 9, 1799. 

+596 Elias, b. July 23, 1809. 

697 Hannah, b. Nov. 90, 1806, d. unm. Dee. S, 18<9. 

698 Anna Maria, b. March SI, 1809, d, unm. 
+699 Emma, b. March 26, 1812. 



Fifth Oeneration 91 

190 SARAH, daughter of (39) Zophar and Hannah 
(Thorn) Frost; m. Dec. 27, 1798, Isaac, b. Dec. 1, 1787; lived 
Milan, N. Y., son of John and Elizabeth (Doty) Hicks. 

Iiiue (Kicks) : 

600 Hannah, b. May 9, 1799; (601) Elizabeth, b. Feb. 
23, 1801; (602) Diantha, b. March 26, 1803; 
(603) Martha, b. June 20, 1805; (604) John 
J., b. Feb. 8, 1807; (605) Esther, b. May 1, 
1809; (606) Sarah, b. Feb. 22, 1811; (607) 
Phebc, b. May 21, 1813; (608) Jacob, b. May 
21, 1815; (609) Emcrline, b. Aug. 19, 1817; 
(610) Gertrude, b. April 4, 1819. 

191 HANNAH, daughter of (39) Zophar and Hannah 
(Thorn) Frost; m. July 6, 1800, at Bangall, N. Y., Cyrus 
Bullis. They lived at Catskill, N. Y. 

Issue (Bullis) : 

611 Isaac; m. Gertrude Millhavcn. 

612 Phebe ; m. Abel Traver. 

613 Hannah; m. Waldron. 

192 PHEBE, daughter of (39) Zophar and Hannah 
(Thorn) Front, b, F(b, 13, 177/5, d, March 30, 1850; m. Sam- 
uel Swartwoiit, b. IVb. 28, 1774, d. March 28, 1856, son of 
Jacobus and Iliildah (McT/can, Perkins) Swartwout, 

IȤue (Swartwout) : 

614 Jane; in. John Woltfrmirc. Ihhuc; William, James, 

John, Catharine J., d. unm. 
616 Frost Zophar, b. March 28, 1796. 

616 Huldah, b. Oct. 4, 1798, d. May 16, 1816. 

617 Cornelia, b. April 30, 1801; m, John Cornelius. 

618 Hannah, b, Dec, 21, 1803; m. Hiram Bcntly. 

619 Samuel, b. March 7, 1812, d, unm. Owned a farm 

near Clinton, N. Y. 

620 William, b. Dec, 26, 1816, killed by lightning 

while unloading hay, at 28 years of age. 

621 John, b. Feb. 19, 1819; m. Celcstia Vail of Fulton 

County. 

198 BENJAMIN, eon of (89) Zophar and Hannah 



92 The Feost Genealogy 

(Thorn) Frost, b. 1784, d. between September and December, 
1835; m. Catherine Knickerbocker, as below. She was living 
in 1835, but Benjamin in his will gives his farm to his son 
SamueL Lived Clinton, N. Y. 

KNICKERBOCKER GENERATIONS. 
FIRST. 
John Von Berghan Knickerbocker of Brabant, Captain in 
the Navy of the Netherlands, married Julianna Von Mamix, 
daughter of Rutger von Marnix, Lord of Botsallaer. 
SECOND. 
Harmon Jansen, son of John, b. 1648 at Friesland, Hol- 
land; married Elizabeth von De Bogart 
THIRD. 
Lawrence, son of Harmon, married Catharine Von Horn. 

FOURTH. 
Harmon, son of Lawrence, b. 1719, married RebeccA Wan- 
delaer. 

FIFTH. 
Harmon Jansen, son of Harmon, b. 1748, married Susanna 
Bossoon. 

SIXTH. 
Catherine, daughter of Harmon, married Benjamin Frost. 
Issue: 

+622 William Thome. 

+623 Emdine, b. Fib. 19, 1813. 

+624 Samuel 8,, b. 1810. 

+625 Henry J., b, March 6, 1807. 

+626 Jacob B., b. Dec. 15, 1819. 

627 Benjamin A., unm. 

628 Phebe Ann, d. 18 years. 
+629 Elsie Ann, b. about 1830. 

196 JONATHAN, son of Jonathan and (40) Rosannah 
(Fro«t) HeuMin, d. June 28, 1845, age 64 years, buried Chest- 
nut Ridge, Dutchess County, N. Y. ; m. Elizabeth, daughter of 
Gilbert and Phcbe (Vail) Vincent, of Chestnut Ridge, who d. 
Dec. 5, 1874, Bgt 77 years, buried at Verbank, N. Y. 
Issue (Heustis): 
+630 Egbert 
6S1 Jane E., b. Oct. 7, 18S9; m. Oct. 10, 1858, Isaa« 



Fifth Generation 93 

Mabbett, who is buried at S. Millbrook, N. Y. 
She waa living Nov., 1910. 

198 PHEBE, daughter of Jonathan and (40) Rosannah 
(Frost) Heustis, b. Aug. 17, 1785; m. Daniel Wilcox and 
moved to Cayuga County, New York. 

Issue (Wilcox) : 

632 Benjamin; (633) Frost; (634) Roseanna; ra. 
Heald, lived Moravia, N. Y., d. 1884; (635) 
Jonathan. 

199 MARY, daughter of (41) Henry and Rachel (Heus- 
tis) Frost, d. Dec. 26, 1801 ; m. Micajah Weed of Danby, Vt. 

Issue (Weed) : 

636 Nancy; (636) Mariah ; (637) Anise. 

200 HENRY, son of (41) Henry and Rachel (Heustis) 
Frost; m. Anna Northrup of Onandagua, N. Y. 

Issue : 

638 Julia Ann; (639) Rachel; (640) Sarah; (641) 
Margette. 

201 WILLIAM, son of (41) Henry and Hachel (Heustis) 
Frost, d. 1861 ; m, Fanny Goodrich of Vermont, 

Isfue : 

642 Mary; (643 AniM-; (644) Ancn/ifh, h. Sept. 7, 
1H07; m. Oct, 14, 1H35, A««, h. March 31, 
1808, son of Asa and Sylvin (Horsford) Dcni- 
son, Jr., and had : Chloc Ann, b. March 9, 18,37 ; 
Henry S., b. Sept. 18, 1840; m. Lydia A. Cor- 
nell; (645) Isaac; (646) Phoebe; (647) Jacob; 
(648) Henry; (649) Rachel; (650) Fannie; 
(651) William; (652) Julia Ann. 

202 STEPHEN, son of (41) Henry and Rachel (Heus- 
tif) Frost, d. 1897; m. Hannah Pemberton of Richmond, N. Y. 

Issue : 

663 Jacob; (664) Henry; (666) Jane; (656) Samuel; 
(667) Lyman; (668) Oscar. 
208 PHEBE, daughter of (41) Henry and Rachel (Hcui- 



94 The Feost Genealoot 

ti») Frost, b. 1790, d. March 23, 1842; m., Ist, Sanford 
Croolu; 2nd, Asa. Dcnison. Whether the following children 
were by her first or Kccorid huaband hai not been aicertaincd* 
Imuc (Crook*, Dcriinon) : (?) 

609 HyUim («00) Margctte; (601) Sanford; (66^) 
Jerome. 
205 RACHEL, daughter of (41) Henry and Rachel (Huei- 
lis) Front; m. Lyman Howae. 
Itaue (Howae) ; 

6Ca Htnry; (CO*) Joil; (605) Anna E., m. Mr. 
Morey;(COO) Sanford. 

212 SAMUKL, son of Joseph and (63) Rhoda (Frost) 
Cock, b. about 1762, d. Sept., 1827, lived Wheatland, N. Y.; 
m., Ist, Martha Thome, who d. about 1796. He m., 2nd, 
Sarah Wood, before moving to Wheatland, from Saratoga 
County, New York. They had no children. Sarah lived with 
Keturah after Samuel's death. Martha Thome was a sister to 
Jacob, whose son Joseph lived in Chile, Monroe County, N. Y., 
and had daughters, Elizabeth Lawrence, Harriet Horton and 
Mmtj Freeman. 

iMue (Cock or Cox) : 

667 JoNcph, b, Nov, 16, 1786, d, March 18, 1803; m., 

lal, Dorolliy Farwill; 2ful, Cirloc Aldrich, 
068 laaac, b. S.pt, 17, 17H0, d. Nov, 10, 1846; m. 
(981) Anna Khadholt, n. (liNtunt cousin, and 
daughf«'r of DariiiK Hhudholt, 
660 HuHiiimn, h. Oct, 13, 178H, d. April 12, 1872; m., 
)hi, Inniu: Farw<'ll; 2nd, <l/u(i<'a Wvt'kn, 

670 Mary, b, I)«c, 19, 1790, <1. May 22, 1878; m. 

(986) John, son of Darius ami Martha 
(Weeks) Shadholt, a distant cousin. 

671 Martha, d, Chile, N. Y., Aug., 1824; m. Thoma* 

Basaett. 

672 Keturah, b. Sept. 12, 1796, d. May 9, 1879; ra., 

1st, Ezra Scofield ( ?) ; 2nd, Calvin Miller. 
679 James; m. Sylvia Lewis and moved to western 
Kansas, 

f18 ISAAC, son of Joseph and (09) Uhnda (Frost) 
Cockf» b. Cram Elbow, N. Y., Maj 4, 1704, d. July 20, 1894, 



Fifth Generation 96 

At Yorktown, N. Y., buried Amawalk, N. Y., Friends' burying 
^ound; m. Nov, 17, 1790, for his first wife, Phebe, b. Nov. 6, 
1764, d. May 24, 1817, at Yorktown, N. Y., daughter of 
Thorritt* And Hurah (VVrckw) Undirhili of Halcin, N. Y. I«aao 
m., «nd, Nov. 19, 1818, at New Cantle, N. Y., Hannah, b. New 
York City, Oct. 18, 1778, d. Rush, N. Y., April 4, 1862, daugh- 
ter of Stephen and Elizabeth (Dickenson) Fowler of North 
CMtle, N. Y., and widow of John Thome. 
Jmuc by first wife (Cox) : 

674 Zilplia; rn. Hamucl Frost, (Hcc 190.) 

675 Martha C, b. Dec, 14, 1792, d, Sept. 20, 1848; 

m., 1822, at Yorktown, N. Y., John Hazard. 

676 Thomas, b. June 8, 1796, d, Jan. 6, 1866 ; m. Sept, 

20, 1820, Martha T. Carpenter. Lived Ama- 
walk and Chile, N. Y. 

677 Henry, b, June 18, 1797, d. May 14, 1876; m., 

1st, Sarah Hyatt; 2nd, Mary M. Cooper. 
• 678 Jesse, b. Nov. 29, 1799, d. Oct. 16, 1826; m. 
Rachel Weeks. He is buried Amawalk, Friends' 
burying ground, 

679 Sarah, b. Jan. 16, 1802, d, Chile, N. Y,, Feb. 11, 

1880; m,, 1st, Thomas Weeks, Jr.; 2nd, Ga- 
briel Horton, 

680 Abel, b. Oct, 29, 180.3, d, Sopt, 18, 1826. 

681 Mary C, b. Yorktown, N, Y,, June 17, 1807, d. 

Caledonia, N, Y,, April 3, 1H.'J9; m. Feb, 18, 
1829, Hteplxn, son of Richard and Martha 
(Cox) Hallock. 
Iiiue by lecond wife ((Jox) : 

682 John, b, Yorktown, N. Y., Aug. 31, 1819, d, 1901 ; 

m, Mary C, daughter of Oliver and Ann (Mosh- 
cr) Cunningham, of North Castle, N. Y. 
688 Stephen, b. Nov, 3, 1821, d. Aug, 27, 1876; m,, 
1st, Catharine L. Dcnike; 2nd, Elizabeth (Tay- 
lor) Clinger. 
Isaac was an elder at the Friends' Monthly Meeting at Ama- 
walk, and used to sit at its head and was frequently appointed 
on important committees. His brothers spoiled their name 
**Cocki" and "Cox," but his descendants spelled it "Cox." 
Hif father dying when quite young, he was indentured to 



96 The Frost Genealogy 

his uncle, Mordecai Frost (60), who was a farmer living near 
Croton River, in what is now Putnam County, but at that time 
Dutchess County. After reaching his majority, he used his 
first earnings to pay off a few debts his father left. He lived at 
Clinton, N. Y., where Zilpha and Martha were bom, then 
moved to Yorktown, N. Y., before Mary was bom in 1807, and 
ownrd a fann there near the ('roton Jlivcr, and afterwarrln one 
near Am/iwulk, N. Y. In 1HH7 the fann wan owned by Jarnci 
Travis, On this farm he died. He was of average build, light 
complexion and blue eyes. He never voted. He moved to Rush^ 
N. Y., in 1881. 

214 JORDAN, son of Joseph and (63) Rhoda (Frost) 
Cox, b, June 18, 1765, probably in Crum Elbow, N. Y., d. 
•ftcr 1837, lived Caledonia, N. Y., and Battle Creek, Mich. 
He rri., l»t, Mary . He moved to Michigan about 1897. 

Issue (Cox) : 

684 William, b. 1796; (685) Levi; (686) Martha; 

(687) Rhoda; (688) Rachel; (689) Polly. 
Jordan m., 2nd, Mary Oakley, b. Aug, 20, 1799, 
Issue (Cox) : 

690 Ambrose, b. 1820; (691) Joseph, b, 1822; (692) 

Dorothy, b, 1824; (693) Phcbc, b. 1826; (695) 

Elizabeth, b. 1828; (696) Chloe, b, 1830; 

(697) Benjamin, b, 1833; (698) Jordan, b. 

1836. 

215 JAMES, son of Joseph and (53) Rhoda (Frost) Cox, 
b. June 18, 1768; m. Elizabeth Skinner, b. May 25, 1783. 

Issue (Cox) : 

699 Henry, b. Dec, 30, 1810 ; m., Ist, Matilda . 

They had a son and daughter. He m. second 
after moving to Michigan. 

700 Phebe, b. Oct. 13, 1816. 

James came from Stillwater, N. Y., to Caledonia, N. Y., 
shortly after 1815. He lived in a log house on the river road 
opposite his brother Jordan's. Moved to Canada about 1846. 

216 MARTHA, daughter of Joseph and (63) Rhoda 
(Frost) Cox; m. Benjamin Mosher. Lived at Hart's Comers 



Fifth Generation 97 

on old Albcrtson Place, in N. Rush, N. Y. Moved to DeRuy- 
ter about 1838. 
Issue (Mosher) : 

701 Charles ; (702) Levi ; (703) Ambrose ; (704) Con- 
sider. 
Ambrose and Levi taught school at N. Rush, N. Y. Anna 
Frost Opp, b. 1825, rctntmbcrs Marllia living near the Crum 
Elbow Meeting House, Dutchess County, N. Y., when she was 
* little girl. 

217 LEVI, son of Joseph and (63) Rhoda (Frost) Cox, b. 
1783, d. March 14, 1832; m., 1st, Elizabeth Weeks, who d. 
lolx. 

iMue (Cox): 

705 James, b. 1805, d, Jan. 7, 1892 ; m. Mary C. Dean. 

Lived Wlioathind, N. Y. 

706 John, b. 1808, d. near Battle Creek, Mich., March 

8, 1878; m. Eleanor B., dau. of Jacob String- 
ham. 

Charles, b. 1810; m., 1st, 1832, Eliza, dau. Jacob 

Stringham; 2nd, Delia . Lived Oak- 

ficld, N. Y. 

Elizabeth, b. 1812; m., 1st, Thos. Allen of Sara- 
toga Co.; 2nd, 1830, Geo. Chambers. 

Mary S., b. May 15, 1817, d. April 25, 1853; m. 
Feb. 9, 1836, VVm. A. Wakeman of Wheatland, 
N. Y., and Mt. Clements, Mich. 

710 Richard E., b. April 4, 1819, d. June 2, 1879; m. 

Nov. 12, 1840, EHz. Ann Ross. 

711 Alfred Frost, b. Oct 5, 1826, d. Kalamazoo, Mich., 

Jan. 10, 1872; m. Sept. 14, 1853, Mary Gra- 
ham. 

712 Adah E., b. Jan. 6, 1824 ; m. July 11, 1841, John 

J. Johnson. Lived N. Batavia, Mich. 
Levi m., 2nd, 1814, Theresa Scofield, b. 1788, d. 1850. She 
m., 2nd, James Baker. 

227 STEPHEN, son of (66) Isaac and Patience (Haiffht) 
Frost, b. Dec. 7, 1771. d. Nov. 11, 1857, age (a. per stone), 
8ff jn. 11 mos. 4 day*. Buried Amawalk, N. Y.; m. Mary, b. 



707 

708 
709 



98 The Fkost Genealogy 

May 30, 1777, d. April 9, 1849 (as per stone), but Friends' 
records say April 9, 1848, age 71 years. She was the daughter 
of Joseph and Esther (Sutton) Totten. Esther Sutton was the 
daughter of Richard Sutton, who m. a Miss Underhill. Stephen 
and Mary were buried at Golden's Bridge, N. Y., but when 
New York City took the cemetery for a reservoir all the bodies 
of this family were removed to Friends' Cemetery at Amawalk, 
N.Y. 
Issue: 

714 Joseph C, b. 1816, d. March 20, 1840, age 23 

yrs. 11 mos. 4 days; m. 1839, Tamar A. Nelson. 
No issue. 

715 Elizabeth, b. 1811, d. 1814. 
+716 Isaac T. 

+717 Orrin Porter. 

718 Villete, b. 1804, d. March 23, 1882, buried Ama- 
walk, N. Y. ; m. 1833, Stephen Butler of Syra- 
cuse, N. Y., who d. Feb. 29, 1891, age 89 y. 7 
m. Buried Amawalk, N. Y. Lived New York 
City. No issue. 
+719 Hester S. 
+720 John Stcdwell. 
A Stephen Frost ser\ed "The Line," Fourth Regiment, under 
Lieut. Gilbert, and a Stephen also served in Wessenfcl Regi- 
ment, Shephard Company, Lieut. Strang. In Stephen's will, 
proven March 3, 1858, he calls himself of Louisburg, West- 
chester Co., N. Y. 

229 HANNAH, daughter of (55) Isaac and Patience 
(Haight) Frost; m. Arnold Dickinson. 

Issue (Dickinson) : 

721 Nathaniel; (722) Jesse; (723) Arnold; (724) 
Elizabeth, m. a Brundage; (725) Mary, m. a 
Powell; (726) Jemima; m. a Green. 

230 ISAAC, son of (55) Isaac and Patience (Haight) 
Frost, b. Jan. 28, 1780, d. Nov. 23, 1857 (as per stone in 
Amawalk, N. Y.), buried as per Friends' Chappaqua Buriels, 
12th mo., 1857; m. March 12, 1807, Abigail Sutton, b. Oct. 
5U», 1781, d. Feb. 29, 1826, daughter of John Fell and Wini- 
fred (Montross) Sutton of Somers, N. Y. 



Fifth Genebation gg 

Issue : 

+727 Isaac Pell. 

728 Philander S., b. Feb. 7, 1810; m. Laura Todd. 

Two children, George and Laura, d. prior to 
1911. Laura m. Welch, of New Jersey. 

234 THOiMAS, son of (.56) Obadiah and Hannah (Un- 
derbill) Frost, b. March 28, 1777, d. 18G8, at New Hamburg, 
N. Y., buried Poughkecpsie, N. Y. ; m. 1798, Phebe Green of 
Westchester County, N. Y., b. 1779, d. 1869. 

Issue : 

729 Hannah; m. Phillips. Issue: Frances, d. y.; 

Sarah M. ; m. Dr. Craft of New York City, 
wliosc son is Father Craft. He went West to 
labor among the Indians and also converted his 
mother and sister to the Roman Catholic faith. 

730 Elizabeth ; m. a Brown and had a large family. 

731 Frances Maria, b. Aug. 22, 1803, d. Sept. 29, 

1902. 
+732 Isaiah. 

733 Isaac T., b. 1808, d. Feb. 1.5, 1892, at 305 Mad- 

ison Ave., New York City. Buried Pough- 
kecpsie, N. Y. 

734 Matilda, unm. She brought up Isaac T., son of 

her brother Isaiah. 

735 Sarah, unm,, buried Poughkecpsie, N. Y. 

736 John G., unm., buried Poughkecpsie, N. Y. 

Isaac T. and John G. were in the flour business together in 
New York City in 1836. 

Phebe, the wife of Thomas, was received as n member of 
the New York Friends' Monthly Meeting, Nov. 6, 1845, from 
Oswego, N. Y. She removed there Feb. 6, 1862. 

235 SARAH, daughter of (56) Obadiah and Hannah (Un- 
derbill) Frost, b. March 3, 1779; m. Sutton Craft. Sarah m. 
twice. 

Issue (Craft): 

737 Sutton; m. Carpenter, had dau. Polly, m. 

Vanderbilt. She d. about 1900 in Brooklyn, 
N. v., age 80 years. There was a half sister 



100 The Fhost Genealogy 

at funeral. Her son Greorge lives White Plains, 
N. Y. 
Other children unknown. 

236 MARY, daughter of (56) Obadiah and Hannah (Un- 
derhill) Frost, b. March 27, 1781 ; m. Feb. 18, 1800, Isaac, b. 
1778, son of Abraham and Lydia (Totten) Carpenter, of New 
CasUe, N. Y. 

Issue ( Carpenter) : 

738 Ezra; (739) Calvin; (740) Walter; (741) 
Esther, m. Dean King; (742) Lydia, m., Ist, 
Amos Fallis; 2d, Eli McMullen; (743) Sarah, 
m. David McMullen. 

237 MATILDA, daughter of (56) Obadiah and Hannah 
(Underbill) Frost, b. Jan, 1, 1783; m. Richard Kirby. 

Issue (Kirby) : 

744 Valentine, of FluRhing, lived in N. Y. City and 

Whitestonc, L. I. 

745 Richard, went West. 

746 Leonard, lived N. Y. City ; d. at Mt. Kisco, N. Y. 

238 ISAAC, son of (56) Obadiah and Hannah (Under- 
bill) Frost, b. June 21, 1785, d. Feb. 4, 1873; m. Dec. 21, 
1815, Mary, b. May 7, 1790, d. March 3, 1869, daughter of 
Isaac and Elizabeth (Seaman) Cock. 

Issue : 

+747 Elizabeth C, b. Jan. 24, 1817. 

748 Sarah Matihla, b. March 1, 1819, d, Oct., 1820. 

749 Margaret M., b. July 9, 1821, d. May 29, 1893. 

750 Mary Cock, b. Oct. 3, 1823, living in Flushing, 

N. Y., Jan., 1910. 
+761 Isaac C, b. Oct, 3, 1826. 
762 William Craft, b. Nov. 20, 1880; m,, lit, Augusta 

Hharple«s( 2nd, April 26, 1816, Mary Henshair. 
+709 Josi'ph Il„ h. April 11, INOO. 

X89 ODADIAH, son of (06) Obadiah and Hannah (Un- 
derbill) Frost, b. Jan. 8, 1786, d. Dec. 20, 1882, buried Hous- 
ton Street, New York City; m. Jane West, 



755 



Fifth Generation 101 

Issue : 

754 Sarah Matilda; m. Dr. Miller. Moved to East 
New York. Had two sons. Miller Ave., Brook- 
lyn, named after him. 
Jane W., d. Dec. 23, 1829, age 1 y. 4 m. 10 d. 
Buried Houston St., New York City. 

240 STEPHEN, son of (56) Obadiah and Phebe (Hal- 
stead) Frost, b. July 8, 1790, d. Jan. 25, 1820, buried Hous- 
ton St.; m. Susan Wood, d. June 6, 1833, age 43 years 4 
months, buried Houston St., New York City. Lived Bank St. 
New York City. *' 

Issue : 

756 Almira ; m. Jacob Bogart. Issue : Susan, John A., 

"War Veteran"; Harriet, William, Kate. 

757 Stephen. 

241 ABRAHAM, son of (56) Obadiah and Phebe (Hal- 
•tcad) Frost, b. Nov. 3. 1791, d. March 7, 1868; m. Maria, 
daughter of Abraham and Mary (Lcacraft) Coddington. 

Issue: 

766 Matilda; m. Charics Hall. Issue: George, pay- 
master in War; Charles, known as Judge Hall 
of Pleasantville, N. Y. 
Abraham moved to Bedford, Mich., and m., 2nd, New York 
City, April 24, 1844, Clara, b. S. Salem, N. Y., Oct. 15, 1804, 
d. Dec. 1, 1871, daughter of Jesse and Sarah (Bouton) Keeler, 
widow of Jeremiah Loder. Clara and Jeremiah Loder m. Sept. 
22, 1829. He was a shoemaker of Cross River, N. Y., and d. 
1834, New York City. Clara and Abraham buried Oak Hill! 
Battle Creek, Mich. 

242 JACOB M., son of (56) Obadiah and Phebe (Hal- 
stead) Frost, b. Oct. 3, 1793, d. Feb. 21, 1870, buried Friends' 
Cemetery, Battle Creek, Mich. ; m., Ist, July 16, 1817, at Pecks- 
kill, N, Y., Sarah, b. Aug, 26, 1798, d. New York City, Jan, 6, 
1830, buried IhnMim Ht„ New York City, dnuKhlcr of John 
•nd Kli/ftl.H,li MnyUit of IWk-klll, N. Y. 

From Amnwn\k Friends' record., dated Aug. Ifl, 1828, Jacob, 
with wifa Sarah and four children, Hannah M,, Phcbc Eliza- 
beth, John HIcki and Sally Ann, received removal certificate to 
New York City. 



102 The Frost Genealogy 

From New York he received removal certificate March 3, 
1839, to Milton, Mich. 
Issue: 

758 Phebe, b. Dec. 21, 1829, d. Jan. 4, 1830. 
+759 Hannah Matilda. 

760 John Hicks, b. Dec. 16, 1822, d. unm. April, 1864. 
+761 Phebe Elizabeth. 
+762 Sarah Ann. 
Jacob m., 2nd, New York City, March 12, 1834, Jane Ann, 
b. May 26, 1805, d. Aug. 28, 1888, buried Augusta, Mich., 
daughter of Walter and Martha (Haight); /Lockwood, of 
Dutchess County, New York. 

763 Walter L., b. July 3, 1835, d. July 16, 1835, 

buried Houston St., New York. 

764 Mary L., b. July 22, 1837, d. April 23, 1838, bur. 

Battle Creek, Mich. 

765 Walter L., b. Jan. 2, 1841, d. Sept. 22, 1843, 

buried Battle Creek, Mich. 
+766 Mary Amelia. 
+767 Henrietta. 
Jacob and Jane, when emigrating to Michigan, went by boat 
to Toledo and overland from there. 

246 ELIZABETH M., daughter of (66) Obadiah and 
Phebe (HaUtcad) FroHt, h. Aug. 30, 1805, d. March 18, 1867; 
m. Jan. 2, 1840, at the home of Samuel Front, New York City, 
Jamc» C, b. Dec 3, 1809, in New York City, d, Oct. «, 1885, 
•on of John and Lydia (Collinn) Hullock. Both buried in 
Fnends* Cemetery, in Prospect Park, Brooklyn. 
Issue (Hallock) : 

768 Lydia H., b. April 7, 1842; m. Richard W. New- 
hall of Brooklyn, N. Y., who d. Dec. 24, 1908. 
+769 Franccna, 
770 Richard Front, h. Aug, 13, 1849, in New York 
City, d. there, Nov. 6, 1893; m. Jan. 21, 1884, 
Hannah Lyon. Issue: (1) Frost Lyon, b. Apr. 
14, 1886; (2) EUine; (3) Guilford, b. 1889, 
A Oct. 8, 1891. After death of Richard the 
mother m. again and went to th« Far Weft 
with her two living childron. 




Jacob M. Frost anij cHAxnKox 
Hr.N-iiv Cox (No. J43) 



PiiKHK H,M.sTi:.\n l-'Roirr 
(No. .i(i) 




(N'fi, 707) 



M/«Mr /\, VuDor Ur.vir.n 
(Sn. 7«((l) 







(N«i, 7;»1) 



Fifth Generation 103 

771 James C, b. Sept. 26, 1846. Graduate of New 
York University College in 1868, Resides in 
New York City. 

247 RICHARD, K., son of (56) Obadiah and Phcbe (Hal- 
stead) Frost, b. Aug. 6, 1814, d. Sept. 1, 1838, buried Hous- 
ton St., Friends' Cemetery, New York City; m. Francina 
Briggs. He only lived nine months after marriage, and Fran- 
cina m,, 2nd, Tliomas M, Partridge of New York City. No 
mxic. Francina lived to be 87 years old. 

Richard moved from Amawalk to New York City, Auir. 31. 
1831. ^ ** 

248 SAMUEL, son of (.56) Obadiah and Phebe (Hal- 
itca/1) Frost, b. Aug. 16, 1795, d, Aug. 19, 1884, buried Green- 
wood, Brooklyn, N. Y.; m. Jan. 1, 1828, Susan, b. Oct. 28, 
1801, d. Jan, 5, 1893, daughter of Abraham and Mary (Lea- 
craft) Coddington. 

IsMUc: 

-j-772 Mary Amelia, b, Nov. 1, 1830. 
773 Stephen James, b. May 25, 1832, unm., d. N. Y. 
City. Lived with brother. 
4-774 Marquis Chester, b. May 14, 18.37. 
All members of New York Friends' Monthly Meeting. 

219 JACOn, Htm of (57) Jordan and Amy (Underiiill) 
Frost, b. July 11, 1787, d. Nov, 29, 1862; m. July 25, 1810, 
at Cocytnans, N, Y,, Merebith, b, Aug, 30, 1790, d, April 2, 
1865, daughter of John and Cath. Drake. 

252 HANNAH, daughter of (57) Jordan and Amy (Un- 
d<'rhill) yrnnii ut. (hi. U(i, IHOH, at Cocyiriann, N. Y., Uumnrd 
White, Hl». m„ 2nd, Othniel Phelp«. 

Is(*ue (Phelps) : 

775 Samuel, of Rush, N. Y. 

253 CATHARINE, daughter of (57) Jonlan and Amy 
(Underbill) Frost; m, Oct, 2, 1828, at Renssclacrvillc, N. Y., 
Isaac, son of Paul and Elizabeth Hoag of Rennselaerville, N. 
Y. Catharine m., l«t, QcrradxiB Drake, Feb. 24, 1808. He d. 
Jan. 14, 18S7. 



lOi TlIK FkORT OKMCALOOr 

«/54 B()I/)MON, don of (57) Jordan urwl Amy (Un<lcr- 
hill) Frost, b. Nov. 7; 1792, d, April 28, 1870; m. June 28, 
1815, Anna Hoag, daughter of Henry and Sarah (Haight) 
Hoag of IlchB»clacrvilIc, N. Y. 

Coeymani records give birthday of Solomon at Jan. 13, 179S, 
and otiicrit huvf it Jan. 20, 1702. 

Anna b. Nincpurtncri, N. Y., d, Somcract, N. Y., Nov. ft\, 
1891, age 96 years.* 
Issue: 

-f 776 Henry Hoag, b. March 80, 1816. 

777 Hiram, b. Aug. 8, 1819, d. unm. May 20, 1902. 
+778 Sarah. 

779 Aaron, d. in infancy. 
+7H0 Amy. 
781 Alexandf-r; m, Nancy Story, Issues Stoel M. of 
Ctriiiul Itapids, Mich., and Olenn Y., an M. D. 
of Cleveland, O. 
+782 Ahnond D, 

783 Phebe, d. 1908, unm. 

784 Isaac J.»* 

256 SAMUKL, son of (58) Solomon and Anna (Vail) 
Frost, b, Nov, H, 17H5. d, Jan, 27, 1HM); m, Nov, 21, 1810, 
Nnottii (!„ b, Jum* il'.i, 170^, d, IM), 20, IHH, daughter of 
David nfid Naomi (Crornwcll) Ilulstcad of (.'liriton, N. Y. 



•Solomon Frost moved tn Somerset, Kiiignni County, N, Y., In 1833. 
The family came Ecross on the Erie Canal. Solomon drove a team. It 
was a wilderness. He bought 132 acres of land and built a fine house 
from the timber he cut and the house is occupied to-dav by his son, Isaac 
J. At Solomon's death his son Hiram purchased the )iome and when he 
died Isaac J. t>oupht it. It is situated in the a;reat fruit district three- 
quarters of a mile from Lake Ontario, surrounded by magnificent elms. 

••Isaac J. Frost, son of Solomon Frost, was horn in Somerset, Niagara 
County, K. Y., February 4. 1R38. He was educated In the common schools. 
He married Ruth A. Fuller December 29, 1859. They resided with his 
father on the old homestead for quite a numtn-r of years, after which he 
bought a farm in another part of the town, where he resided until about 
the year 19(H, when he bought the old homastead and resides there at 
this time. His wife, Ruth A., died June 9, 1910. She was a very active 
worlier in the Woman's Christian Temperance Union Society and Presi- 
dent of the County organiiation for many years. She was also President 
of the Presbyterial Missionary Society. She was an able writer and gained 
a very wide acquaintance. Isaac and Ruth were both members of the 
Presbyterian Church and Isaac is now and has been for some time one 
of^ the ruling elders of that organization. He has held several towa 
•nd b • man well Uked and highly respected. No issue. 



T^TT^ 




S01.0MOX Frost and his home at Somerset, N. Y. 
(No. 25+) 



Fifth Geneeation 105 

Samuel m 2nd. Sept. 9. 1846. at Alexander B. Weeks', 
n7 ;^ w ?'^' ,^^'"*"*he. daughter of Nat'l and Hannah 
(Mead) Weeks, who d. the 25th of 4th mo.. 1881. age 92 years 
5 months 18 days. At the time of this marriage Samuel was 
■of Cnnton, N. Y. 
Issue by first wife: 

+785 PhcW S.. b. May 15, 1812. 
+786 Paulina, b. March 15. 1817. 
+787 Moses H., b. Jan. 15. 1819. 
+788 Anna. b. Sept. 28, 1816. 
789 Sarah, b. Oct. 20, 1813, d. Dec. 10, 1818. 
No issue by second wife. All the above were Hicksite 
Fnends. Samuel was a farmer and lived at Crum Elbow and 
Clmton, NY. He lived and died on portion of the old farm 
Adjoinmg that of Henry S. Frost 

Dec. 3 1801 David Halstead, wife, Naomy (a minister), 
their aged mother. Patience Halstead, their daughter Sarah, 
T .t ' l^"Shter Hannah, all unmarried, and minor children, 
Jonathan, Easther. Mary, Naomy, Moses, Phebe and Rebeccah, 
are granted a removal certificate from Creek Monthly Meeting 
to Purchase. ° 

The Creek records give the marriage of Samuel and Naomi as 
XNov 1 1810, and among the witnesses were Solomon Frost, 
and Solomon. Jr.. Aaron and Anna Frost. 

Naomi Cromwell was daughter of John. 

267 PHEBE, daughter of (68) Solomon and Anna (Vail) 
Frost, b. Sept. 18, 1788, d. March 31, 1861 ; m. Nov. 24. 1804, 
Aj^ibrose b^ Aug 8. 1779, d. Feb. 14, 1850, son of Isaac and 
Chanty (Ha.ght) Cock. Lived Auburn, Mich. 

Issue (Cock) : 

790 Daniel F., b. Nov. 11, 1806; m. 1829, Jane Mei- 

ritt. 

791 Henry F., b. Oct. 6, 1809; m. 1834, Mary Ann 

Thomas. 

792 Andrew D., b. Oct. 7, 1811; m. 1833, Samantha 

M. Reeves. 

793 Mary R., b. March 14, 18U; m. 1884, George 

Thomas. 
+794 John L., b. April 14, 1816. 



106 The Fhost Genealogy 

795 Harriett A., b. June 21, 1818; m. 1836, Orrin 
Noble Giddings. 
+796 Edward B., b. Aug. 27, 1820. 

797 Anna Frost, b. Sept. 23, 1822, d. Aug. 6, 1823. 

798 William E., b. July 18, 1824; m. 1854, Helen AL 

Cliislioltn. 

799 Francis H., b. Juno 22, 1826, d. May 11, 1831. 

800 CharlcH W., b, Jan. 11, 1828 ; in, 1854, Mary Jane 

Hall; m., 2nd, 1867, Ophie P. Ives. 

801 Solomon, b. March 21, 1830, d. 1831. 

802 George F., b. Nov. 17, 1831 ; m. 1869, Harriett 

(Griffin) Sheldon. 

803 Eliza Jane, b. April 17, 1834; m. 1860, Jay 

Phetteplacc. 

258 SOLOMON VAIL, son of (68) Solomon and Anna 
(Vail) Frost, b. Dec. 14, 1790, d. Jan. 25, 1868; m. April 22, 
1813, Abifrail, b. Sept, 19, 1795, d, Aug, 1, 1863, daughter of 
8t<'plnn and Hlioda (Unrm) Smilli, at HrniUifldd, H. I, 
latuo ; 

+804 Mary S. M., b. Oct. 25, 1814. 
+805 Charles, b. July 10, 1819. 

806 Eliza, b. March 26, 1817, d. July 19, 1830. 
+807 Phcbc C, b. April 2, 1827. 

808 Edward, b. March 19, 1821, d. Feb. 24, 1822. 
+809 Henry S., b. Jan. 14, 1825. 

810 Anna V., b. March 28, 1829, d. July 31, 1830. 

811 Caroline, b. Jan. 19, 1823, d. June 17, 1824. 

812 Anna and Eliza, twins, b. July 23, 1831, d. young. 
+813 Harriett F., b. Oct. 30, 1839. 

814 An infant, d. 1833. 
On Sept. 16, 1824, General Lafayette arrived in Poughkeep- 
sie on the steamer James Kent, and was received by several reg- 
iments of militia commanded by Gen. Brush, and a great 
crowd of people. The procession moved up Main Street to 
Academy Street, and down Cannon to Forbus' Hotel, where he 
was received by the Trustees of the village. At that time Sol- 
omon Vail Frost was the President of the village, but he bcing^ 
a Quaker would not ride in a procession where there was a brass 
band and a regiment of militia. The party proceeded to the 




Soi-OMON Vail Fbost 
(No. 238) 



FirTu Oknksatiom 207 

P«,ugI.kccpHie Hotel, where «ixty-f5ve sat clown to breakfast. 
Opposite Gen. Lafayette was Major Swartwout, a Revolution- 
ary Holcher n.nety-five yearn of age. Solomon Frost loaned hi. 
horses and carnaKc for Gen. Lafayette to ride in 

1 nm. the Friends' Creek Hecords is the following: "Solomon 
Va.I Frost and Abigail Smith married in public^efti g at 
Creek ..nd of 9th mo. 1813. Witnesses: Solomon, Samuel 
D niel' \r^' ^^""^^ «- N-mi Frost; Stephen, David, Isaac 

nold S. rrV"^ ^7 ^""''''' "'^^''' ^"- "-ri«; Tho,na, Ar- 
CnV P . , £""^"' ''-' ^"'''^ "'^"' D-'"^' Austin; Phebe 
Cock; Rachel H Arnold; Sarah Harris; Sarah Hatfield; Lucv 
M. Wood; Sarah Carman; Mary Coflin ; Delia M. Coffin, Mary 
B. Coffin; Rebecca K.ngsland ; Eleanor Haight; Hannah Grif- 

CrS!? v'"t'^!''?."' ^'■°'' ''"''''^ ••^'""^•'^J "'•t'fi-te from 
Creek to New \ ork City, June 16, 1815 

Solomon Frost was the President of the village of Pough- 
keepsje, N. Y., in 181.5. The Poughkeepsie Foundry was es- 
^abhshed .n 1831 by Solomon V. Frost and Renjamin Vail Mr. 
Frost afterwards became associated with his brother Aaron and 
wa also one of the first directors of the Merchants' flank, 
which was organized July 2, 184.';. 

Stephen Smith was bom May fj, Hflf], his wife, Rhoda Har- 
r.-. Feb 10, 1707, both were from SmithfieM. R, J, Uf,, t,, ' 
moved to Stanfordville, Dutchess County, N Y whl h« 
bought « large tract of land an<I built a mansion in 'l802. The 
house u .till ,n a good state of preservation and occupied. 

K ?^ a^^^^' "''" °' ^^^> ^"'"'"°" ^"^ Anna (Vail) Frost, 
b^ June 6, 1795, d. Dec. 23, 1873; m. Eliza Dorland. ^ N^ t 

J vr ^r' T" i"''' ^'^*' ^'^' ^«^^' ** Poughkeepsie, N. Y.. 

lasue: 

+814 Eliza, b. Oct. 24, 1830. 
815 Amy Anna, b. April 16, 1832; m. Aug. 26, 1874, 
George, son of Benjamin and Phebe Corlies. 
No issue. 
+816 A«ron VaU, b. Aug. «, 1884. 



108 The Faosr Genealogy 

817 Caroline A., b. Sept. 19, 1838, <L unm. Feb. 24, 

1898, Moved to New York Dec, 1895. 
Aaron wa» a merchant of Poughkecpsie, N. Y., also one of 
the firm of Black, Starr & Frost, the Fifth Avenue jcwelert, 
New York Citj. 

i60 HENRY S., son of (58) Solomon and Anna (Vail) 
Frost, b. June 9. 1796, d. Nov. 1, 1878, at Poughkcepsie ; m. 
Oct 6, 1820, Elizabeth, b. Sept. 22, 1795, d. at Poughkeepsie, 
June 17, 1887, daughter of Philip and Mary (Chase) CUrk, 
of Oswego, Dutchess County, N. Y. 

Issue: 

818 Maria, b. March 20, 1822, d. Tenafly, N. J., Aug. 

19, 1910, at home of her sister, Caroline. 
+819 Anna W., b. Dec. 2, 1826. 

820 Eriwnrd, b. May 8, 1824, d Feb. 6, 18«5. 
+821 William Il.nry, b. May 3, 1833. 
+822 C«rolin<', b. July 28, 1838. 
Henry 8. being the youngoHt son, took his father's farm at 
Crum Elbow, and all of his children were bom there and two 
of his grandchildren. 

,v^^\ J^^^^ ^^'^' daughter of (58) Solomon and Anna 
(Vail) Front, b. Oct. 24, 1806, was living in 1893, at Grand 
View.on-Hudson; m. May 22, 1828, at Crum Elbow, N. Y.. 
Solomon B., b. 1803, d. Aug. 8, 1873, son of Solomon and 
Betsey (Brown) Vail. They were m. by Parson Brown of 
Fleasani Valley. 
iMue (Vail): 

828 Theron, d. 1867; (824) Henry C„ b. between 1829 
and 1849, m. 1860, Carolyn Berg, and had one 
•on; (825) Julia; (826) Albert; (827) ChurlcM 
(828) Harah; (829) Anna T., m. 1863, Alex. 
Chalmers Hinton; (830) Alice, m. Chalmer. 
Hinton. 

Ai^*.^"",^*" °' *^" '"""^ ^° "°* 8^^« ^^^ children, Julia, 
Albert, Charles, and Sarah. 

unfft '''^'^"''"' '^"""ff^^^ °f (»0) Geo. and Sarah (Undw- 



Fifth Genebation 10^ 

Issue (Lounsbery) : 

831 Betsey Ann; m. Gulick. 

832 Pamclia; m. John Gay. 

833 Sarah ; m. Allen W. Daily. 

264 JOEL, son of (69) Geo. and Sarah (Underhill) Frosty 
b. Feb. 14, 1787, d. Oct. 13, 1854; m. Feb. 1816, Nancy, 
daughter of Gerradus and Anna (Dean) Drake. Nancy d. 
May 15, 1865, age 67 years. 

From marriage intentions at Coeyman's monthly meeting is 
that of Gerradus Drake and (253) Catharine Frost Ist in- 
tentions, Dec. 23, 1807; 2nd, Jan. 27, 1808. Accepted Feb. 
24, 1808. She was the daughter of (67) Jordan and Amy 
(Underbill) Frost of Renssalacrville, N. Y,, and m, 2nd Oct. 2. 
1828, Henry Uong. 

Qi'rrn,\m w«« b. May 11, 1763, d. Jan, 14, 1827; m. Anna 
Dean, Nov. 18, 1701. She was b. May 20, 1768, d. Juno 12. 
1806. 

265 JAMES, son of (69) Geo. and Sarah (Underhill) 
Frost, b. Mch. 20, 1789, d. June 9, 1832; m. May, 1820, Agne* 
Smith. Lived Rcnssclaervillc, N. Y., 1817. 

Issue : 

834 Geo. S. 

835 Henry L ; m„ 1st, Sarah A. Scribncr; 2nd, Eliza- 

beth White. 

836 Daniel; m. Caroline Pierce. 

8.37 Sarah; m., Ist, Hiram York; 2nd, . Green. 

838 Miriam D., b. 1829; m. May 10, 1878, Mr. Dar- 
ringer. 

266 OEOIIGE, son of (59) Geo. and Sarah (Underbill) 
Frost, b. Mch. 23, 1791, d. June 28, I860; buried Heart Prairie, 
Wis.; m. Mch. 6, 1824, Abigail Tanner, widow of Henry 
Showerman. 

Abigail had two sons by 1st husband; Aaron H., b. May^ 
1820; Henry T., b. July, 1821, who d. on a revenue cutter at 
Ballze, nr. New Orleans, during Mexican War. 

If sue) 

-1-889 PhebeAnn. 



110 The Frost Genealogy 

+840 Stephen G. 

841 William Tanner, b. Oct. 9, 1830. Enlisted in 

war. Returned to Cobleskill, N. Y., and m. 
a widow. Living tlierc 1871. 

842 Sarah Diana, m, Sewall J. Viles of Sugar Crcek« 

Wis., and had two girls. She d. abt. 1878. 

267 DANIEL, son of (69) Geo. and Sarah (Underbill) 
Frost, b. Feb. 22, 1793, d. Oct. 1.5, 1877; m. Amey, b, Oct. 26, 
1808 (?), d. July 27, 18G3 (ace. to Westbury, Friends' min- 
utes) ; daughter of Silas and Amy Fish of Westerlo, N. Y., 
b<jth of whom were dec. at date of the m, June 20, 1837. 

Friends' Ilernrds of Ilcrisselaerville say Geo, and Hanih were 
of that place. Ace to Will of Daniel, ilatcd July 21, 1870, hi* 
wife Atriy was then living. 

208 CALi:», son of (69) Geo. and Harah (IJnderlilll) 
Frost, b. Apr. 1, 1796, d, Feb. 8, 1886, of Hcnsselacrvillc, N. 
Y., m. Sept. 30, 1819, Mariam, b. July 12, 1800, d. May 27, 
1867, age 67, daughter of Gerra<lu» and Anna (Dean) Drake. 
Lived Medusa, N. Y. 
liiuc: 

849 Anna, b. July 13, 1820, d, Feb. 22, 1891} m. 
Nov. 3, 1863, Kumior K, Ilaight, d. Sept. 24, 
1 H{)3, 
+844 Edward, b. Mch. 12, 1822. 

846 Wm, D„ b, Sept. 9, 1823, d, Feb, 16, 1896; rn. 

June 11, 1H02, Harriett Ellen Tewkesbury. 
In 1H93 lived in Il/imriionton, N. .J. No issue, 
' +846 C'afharifie, b, April 21, 1H26, 

847 Nancy D„ b, .hm. 14, 1827, d, Nov. 21, 1907, 

unrii. Lived Il/iriimonlon, N, J. 
+848 John I)., b. Dec, 22, 1828, 

849 Jane, b. Feb. 11, 1831, d. Feb. 26, I860; m. Jan. 

3, 1864, Edwin Wood. Lived Voorheesvillc, N. 
Y. He d. Oct. 23, 1902, leaving wife and chil- 
dren. 

850 Sarah H., b. June 15, 18.32, d. unm. Mch. 21, 1872. 

851 Hannah Matilda, b. April 16, 1834, m. April 4, 

1892, Emmor K. Haight. She d. March 20, 
1906, at Freehold, N. Y. 



Fifth Generation 111 

862 Eliza, b. Aug. 12, 1835, d. March 3, 1840. Buried 

Potter's Hollow, N. Y. 
853 Joel, b. Jan. 3, 1837, d. April 2, 1840. Buried Pot- 
ter's Hollow, N. V, 
+864 Israel G., b. July 11, 1838, but ace. to Friends' 
Hec. of Hen. July H, 1840. 
Caleb kept his father's home and lived and died there. 

269 STEPHEN, son of (59) Geo. and Sarah (Underbill) 
Frost, b. May 25, 1797, d, Feb. 15, 1850; m. May 24, 1828, 
Mary, daughter of GrifHn and Phcbe WilJiarriHon. Lived, Pouirh- 
Kccpsic, N. Y, * 

Inniic : 

H55 Geo, W., of New York City. (85(1) William T. 

m WHJJAM, .on of (59) GeorKc anrl Sarah (Under- 
hdl 1 roHt, b. AuK. 24, 1799, d. Jan. 14, 1878; m. Jan. 6, 1831. 
Sarah Hatfield, b. 1808, d. 1893, daughter of Joseph P. Wool- 
Icy. William at one time a dry goods merchant in Poughkecp- 
•Jc, N. Y. » I' 

Iflstic : 

8A7 Ilobcrt, d. 1892, lived Pouglikecpsic; m. Nettie 
T/. WchIxT, JlolHTt w/iH a director of the City 
H. II., iHt Charter, 18rja. 
868 Mary Kllen ; m. G,,,. G. IJerry, she d. Brooklyn, 
N, Y„ June 14, 1910. 
-fH59 JoMph George, b, J<Vb, fl, 1839. 
HHO Two ififnrifs, d, young. 

271 HANNAH, daugl.f.-r of (59) George and Sarah (Un- 
<hTlMll) I-roKt. b. 0,.t. ^^^. ,H01, d. S.pf. «1, 1H()5; ,n. Nov. 24, 
18,J7, at H.-nHHehuTville, N. Y., I'.noch, h„„ of M.ioeh an.l He- 
becca I oag of Duanenberg, N. Y. Hannah moved to Duanes- 
burg, N. Y., April 2fl, 1838, according to Friends' recor.ls. 

273 THOMAS, son of (60) Mordecai and Mary (Under- 

} 57*. b. Sept 18, 1793, d. Oct. 17. 1885, farmer, lived 

and died Hector, N. Y. Buried in Friends' Cemetery; m. 

?tT> u'n.T' ^- ^^^^' ^^""^^''^ ""^ ^'' Ephraim and Mary 
(Underhill) Otis of De Ruyter, N. Y. 



112 The Feost Genealoot 

Issue: 

861 Fanny H., b. Dec. 1, 1830; unm. living Trumans- 

berg, N. Y., 1910. 

862 Amy R., b. Feb. 14, 1832; unm., living Trumans- 

berg, N. Y., 1910. 
+863 Jesse Mekecl, b. Feb. 10, 1824. 

86* Lydia P., unm. A teacher. Lived and buried 
Rochester, N. Y. 
+865 Mnry,b. July, 1825. 
+866 Frclovc, h. May 30, 1827. 
Thomas first marricfl, March 19, 1819, Frelove Carman, 
dflugliter of Caleb and Mary (Lisk) Carman, who d. Jan. 8^ 
1820. No issue. Thomas had removal certificate from 
"Friends' " M. M. at Creek, N. Y., to Scipio, N, Y., April 17, 
1818, and was then unmarried. 

274 ANNA, daughter of (60) Mordecai and Mary (Un- 
derhill) Frost, b. Feb. 15, 1781, d. April 22, 1848, buried 
FricfidH' Cemetery, Perry City, N. Y, ; m, Feb. 18, 1809, Crun» 
Ellww, N. Y., Cukb, b. Oct. 25, 1770, on Long Island, d. Oct. 
27, 18.13, son of Jacob and Rachuel (Weeks) Carman, of Cox- 
sackie, N Y. 

Issue (Carman) : 

+867 Lydia, b. Oct. 26, 1816. 
+868 Jacob, b. Aug. 19, 1820. 
+869 Frelove, b. April 8, 1825. 
Caleb m., 1st, Dec. 31, 1791, Mary Lisk, b. Feb. 28, 1771, d. 
Sept. 27, 1807, and three children were born to them in Greene 
County, New York: Charies, b. Oct. 10, 1792; Martha, b. May 
5, 1795; m. Dec. 23, 1813, Aaron K. Owen, and d. April 22» 
1848; Frelove, b. Nov. 11, 1797, d. Jan. 8, 1820; m. (273) 
Thomas Frost, brother to the above Anna, her step-mother. 

275 PHEBE, daughter of (60) Mordecai and Mary (Un- 
derbill) Frost, b. April 17, 1783, at Crum Elbow, N. Y., d. Jan. 
23, 18.5;J; m. Sept. 25, 1806, William, b. Dutchess County, 
N. Y., Dec. 16, 1782, d. Dec. 7, 1867, near Mecklenburg, N. Y., 
son of Charles and Mary (Humphrey) Carman, cousin to her 
sister Anna's husband. 



Fifth Geneeation 118 

Issue (Carman) : 

870 Anna F., b. Stanfordville, N. Y., Nov. 25, 1807, 
d. unm. Oct. 4, 1885, near Mecklenburg, N. Y. 
+871 Mordccai, b. Dec. 8, 1809. 
+872 Elizabeth, b. Sept. 25, 1811. 
+873 Martha, b. Aug. 22, 1813. 
+874 Thomas, b. June 19, 1815, 
+875 Richard, b. April 4, 1817. 
+876 Henry, b, March 4, 1819. 

877 Mary F., b. March 11, 1823, d. March 7, 18C8, 

unm. 

878 Jane, b. Aug. 26, 1825, d. May 30, 1828. 
William and Phcbc moved from Dutchess County to the 

Lake Country in 1808. William visited his grandfather Hum- 
phrey the previous year and bought land in Hector, N. Y., 
then Seneca County, now Schuyler County, and on this first 
purchase they settled, cleared the forest, reared their children 
and died. The homestead is on the boundary line between 
Tompkins' and Schuyler Counties, one and one-half miles from 
the village of MccklenlKTg, N, Y. The children, excepting 
Henry, settled on adjoining farms. All the children were 
farmers or the wives of farmers, as are the majority of their 
descendants. The Carman burial lot became the property of 
Hector Monthly Meeting of Friends in 185 — , and in it lie the 
remains of Phebe Frost Carman, her husband, and all of their 
nine children and several of the third and fourth generations. 

276 CHARLOTTE, daughter of (60) Mordccai and Mary 
(Underbill) Frost, b. Nov. 20, 1788, d. Feb. 9, 1880; m. July 
24, 1806, at Crum Elbow, N. Y., Samuel Upton, b. Providence, 
R. L, Aug. 11, 1783, d. Jan. 3, 1861, at Parma, Mich. They 
lived at Muskegon Heights, Mich. He was son of Samuel and 
Comfort Upton of Stanford, N. Y. 

Issue (Upton) : 

879 Gula, b. July 6, 1826; m. Jan. 1, 1866, Samuel, 

b. June 26, 1831, son of Samuel and (284) 
Mary (Frost) Maifett, Jr., as his second wife. 
She in 1909 was living at Muskegon Heights, 
Mich. 

880 Mary, b. May 10, 1807, d. Oct. 12, 1810. 



114 The Fkost Genealoot 

-f-881 Eleanor, b. Jan. 22, 1809. 

+882 Samuel, b. July 10, 1811. 

883 Comfort, b. Jan. 29, 1813, d. Aug. 14, 1816. 

884 Charlotte, b. April 23, 1816, d. May 4, 1867, unm. 
+885 Daniel, b. Aug. 12, 1818. 

+886 Harney, b. Jan, 28, 1821. 
+887 Stephen, b. May 20, 1823, 

888 Edmund, b. March 14, 1828, unm,, d, Nov. 5, 

1898. 

889 Mary Eliza, b. March 19, 1830, d. Oct. 6, 1830. 

890 John James, b. Oct. 29, 1831, d. unm., Aug. 6, 

1906. 

891 Sarah E., b. Sept. 7, 1834, d. Nov. 21, 1834. 

In 1820 Samuel Upton owned a grist mill, also a fulling mill, 
at Groveville, N. Y. Samuel and Charlotte were birthright 
Friends'. 

Samuel purchased the above mill from Abraham DuBois and 
tore it down and rebuilt. Sold it between 1830 and 1840 to 
Peter Cromwell and Epenetus Crosby. 

278 LYDIA, daughter of (60) Mordecai and Mary (Un- 
derbill) Frost, b. Aug. 3, 1799, d. Jan. 4, 1836; m. James 
Merritt. 

Issue (Merritt) : 

892 Mary Ann, b. Jan. 24, 18.30, d. June 13, 1831. 

893 Jesse Frost, b. Jan. 22, 1831, d. March 30, 1868, 

281 JESSE, son of (60) Mordecai and Mary (Weeks) 
Fro«t, b, Odtll I'lare, Clinton, N, Y,, March 10, 1808, d, March 
17, 1883; m, 1826, (090) Anna Maria, b. Dec, 9, 1808, d. 
Sept. 23, 1883, daughter of (187) Jacob and Catharine 
(Smith) Frost. No issue. Jesse died in Clinton, N. Y., and 
his estate was settled by his nephew, Jacob Z. Frost. He left 
a gold watch to Everett J. Travcrs, son of his niece Catharine, 
that formerly belonged to Dr. Jesse F. Merritt. 

282 ABNER, son of (60) Mordecai and Mary (Weeks) 
Frost, b. Dec. 1, 1803, d. July 21, 1880; m. Oct. 8, 1823, Bet- 
sey, b. Feb. 10, 180.5, d. Oct. 20, 1887, daughter of James and 
Anna (Powell) Merritt. 




Abner Fhiwt Ho.mk. Webster, N. Y. 
(N'o. 38:2) 



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Home oe Mr*. Frank C. Dickhox, Gasi-ort, X. Y. 
(No, 2037) 



Fifth Generation 



116 



Anna Powell was the daughter of John ond Elizabeth (Kipp) 
Powell. 
Issue : 

+894 Jesse, July 7, 1836. 

89r, Lydia, h. Oct, 21, 1828, d, Jan. 12, 1894. 
4-896 Har/ih, h. June 18, 1821. 
+897 Emdinc, b. March 1, 1820. 
+898 Caroline, b. June 19, 1827. 
+900 Mary Ann, b. Aug. 3, 1831. 
+901 Mcrritt J., b. Sept. 7, 1834. 

902 Byron, b. Sept. 19, 1838, unm. Taken prisoner 
in Civil War May 6, 1864. In prison at Flor- 
ence, S. C, and d. there, exact date unknown, 
but in the fall of 1864. 
+903 Henry, b. Jan. 22, 1842. 
+904 Lewis, b. March 3, 1845 

905 Anna M., b. Feb. 24, 1830, d. March 11, 1831. 

906 Phebe C, b. Oct, 24, 1832, d, April 3, 1835. 
Abner moved from Dutchess County, 1835, to N. E. comer 

of Penfield, N. Y. 



283 JAMES, son of (60) Mordecai and Mary (Weeks) 
Frost, b. Hyde Park, N. Y., Sept. 5, 1801, d. Nov, 23, 1845; 
m. Nov. 27, 1823, Lydia, daughter of Daniel and Elizabeth 
Powell of Hyde Park, N. Y., b. Hyde Park, N. Y., Jan. 17, 
1802, d. Nov. 11, 1852. Both buried in Wayne, Mich. 
Issue : 

William, lived at DcWitt, Clinton Co., Mich. 
Mary E, ; m. Henry Jones, lives S. Riley, Clinton 
Co., Mich. 

Angcnettc; m. Miller, lives S. Riley, Clinton 

Co., Mich. 
Daniel, lived at Adrian, Mich. 
George, b. Dec. 13, 1830, living 1910 in Romulus, 
Wayne Co,, Mich., a brickmaker; m. Dec. 26, 
1866, Nancy, b. Dec, 6, 1830, daughter of Da- 
vid J. and Marie (Rouse) Pullcn. No issue. 
David. 

James moved from Hyde Parle, N. Y., to Wayne County, N. 
Y., and then to Wayne, Mich. James and Lydia had removal 



907 
908 

909 

910 
911 



913 



'16 The Fhost Genealoot 

certificate from Creek M. ^L to Hector, N. Y., May 21, 1824. 

284 MARY, daughter of (60) Mordecai and Mary 
(Weeks) Frost, b. Hyde Park, N. Y., Oct. 24, 1810, d. Albion, 
Mich., Dec. 29, 1880; m. May 6, 1830, Samuel, b. July 4, 1808, 
d. July 9, 1831, son of Robert and Sarah Maffett, of Liberty, 

Issue (MafTctt): 

+914 Samuel, Jr., b. June 25, 1831. 

Mary m., 2nd, at Hyde Park, N. Y., May 21, 1834, An- 
thony R/ird, b- March 18, 181/5, d, Albion, Mich,, Oct, fl, 1890, 
•on of Jolin Unborn and Ann Mnriah Hij^hc*. John Ro«er« 
Hughes was a cav/ilryitian in the War of 1812, and received 
160 acres of land from the government in Knox County, IlL 
Ann Mariah m., 1st, John Rogers Hughes; 2nd, a Mr. Clifford; 
8rd, Baron S. Hutchins. 

Issue (Hughes): 

915 Mary Eliza, b. May 6, 1835, at Walmouth, N. Y., 

d. May 6, 1852, at Parma, Mich. 

916 Helen Bard, b. Feb. 21, 18,39, at Walmouth, N. 

Y., d. March 13, 1903, unm., at Muskegon 
Heights, Mich. Buried Albion, Mich. 

917 Linda Frost, b. Feb. 14, 1842, at Walmouth, N. 

Y., unm. Lives Muskegon Heights, Mich. 
+918 Ira Jesse, b. Dec. 6, 1846. 

285 THOMAS C, son of Thomas and (61) Mary (Frost) 
Stnngham, b. June 3, 1801, d, Oct. 14, 1872; m. Feb, 26, 1824, 
•t CnrV, N, Y., Hannah, who d. April 9, 1840, age 84 year., 
d«tighl.-r of Duvid and Judilh (Oriffln) UnUUMl All of 
t liMton, ,V. V. 'i'hotnas m,, 2nd, Naomi, sUter of Hannah Hal- 
stead. All buricrl Crum FJbow, Quaker burial ground. Naomi. 
b. May 18, 1811, d, Sept. 18, 1888. 
Issue (Stringham): 
919 Mary. 
+920 David H. 
+921 Anna H. 
922 Jostah ; m. Sarah Jane Mors«. 
928 Thomas. 
9f4 Hannah. Thomas and Hannah wtr* twins. 



Fifth Generation 117 

From a manuscript left by David Halstcad of Clinton : 
"David Halstcad and wife were bom on Long Island, N. Y. 
He on Sept. 17, 1704, and d. April 28, 1775. His wife, Pa- 
tience, daughter of Joshua Barnes, b. April 14, 1711, d. Sept. 

22, 1801. Their children: (1) Sarah, b. March 8, 1733; (2) 
Stephen, b. June 6, 1737; (3) Joshua, b. Dec. 19, 1739; (4) 
Samuel, b. June 12, 1744; (5) Patience, b. April 1, 1753; (6) 
David, b. Sept. 7, 1750. David, b. 1750, m. Naomi, daughter 
of John Cromwell, who was b. April 5, 1757. Their children: 

(1) Sarah, b. Oct, 18, 1773; m. Cornell; (2) Anna, b. 

Dec, Ifl, 1775; m, July 11, 1803, David (^iiiml.y; (3) David, b. 
June 27, 1777; m, ihc 29, 1839, J. Griffin; (4) Patictirc, b. 
Oct. 18, 1779; m. a Haviland; (5) John, b. Aug. 29, 1781, d. 
Sept. 6, 1801 ; (6) Hannah, b. July 7, 1783; m. a Young; (7) 
Jonathan, b. Feb. 1, 1785; m. E. Powell; (8) Esther, b. July 
12, 1787; m. a Carpenter; (9) Mary, b. Aug. 4, 1789; m. about 
1806, David Adams; (10) Naomi, b. June 23, 1792; m. Samuel 
Frost; (11) Abigail, b. March 16, 1794; m. S. Haviland; (12) 
Moses, b. March 22, 1796; m. a Kipp; (13) Phcbc, b. Oct. 22, 
1798; m. W. Fowler; (14) Rebecca, b. Dec. 14, 1800, d. Feb. 

23, 1803. 

286 DANIEL, son of Thomas and (61) Mary (Frost) 
Stringham, b. Oct. 29, 1792, d. 1841 ; m. in Pleasant Valley, 
N. Y., June 26, 1816, first, Elizabeth, daughter of John and 
Eleanor Baright, of Clinton, N. Y. Both of her parents de- 
ceased at time of marriage. 
Issue (Stringham) : 
025 Hunnn Ann. 
-f-026 Mary. 

927 Sarah. 

Daniel m., 2nd, Jan. 26, 1831, at Oswego, N. Y. (Dutchesi 
County), Jemima, daughter of Jarne* and Mary Alley of La 
Grange, N. Y. 

iMue (Stringham): 

928 Jamc« A., b. 1836; m. Loise, daughter of David 

and Freclove (Bamct) Vcr Valin, of Freedom 
Plains, N. Y. Iwue: Edw. B., Anne, John T., 
d. 1881 ; Mary J m. 1894, Eugene Daly j Jamef, 
d. 1880, 



-^18 The FnosT Genealogy 

887 DOnCAS, daughter of Thomas and (61) Mary 
(Fro»t) SlrinKlium, b. Aug. Ifl, 1808, d, April 17, 1887; in. 
Dec. 27, 18^7, at Crum KIbow, N. V., Griffin, son of Nathan 
*nd Abigail Wilbcr, of Clinton, N. Y. He d, April 80, 1880, 
age 74 years 26 days. 

I»»ue (Wilber): 

929 .Alary, d, March 23, 1840, age 10 yrs. 10 mos. 1 d. 

Buried Crum Elbow, N, Y. 

930 Hannah, d. Sept. 9, I860, age 29 yrs. 9 mos. 28 d. 

Buried Crum Elbow, N. Y. 
+931 Maria. 

932 Andrew J., d. June 27, 1865, age 29 y. 11 mos. 12 

d. ; m. Pauline Slight, Is«ue: Albert. 
9J33 Phebe, d. age 47 y. ; m. Albert M. Lloyd, d, 1909. 
Issue: Carrie D., d. 1865; Arthur G., d. 1871; 
Edwin; m. Mary E. Stringham. 

934 Carrie; m. Albert Loyd, Lives Poughkcepsic, N. 

Y., u widriw. 

935 George W., ,1, M,iy 1, 1865, age 22 y, 2 mon. 22 d. 

Buried Crum Elbow, N. Y, 

288 DAVID, son of Thomas and (61) Mary (Frost) 
Stnngham, b. April 5, 1803, d. April 3, 1856; m. Oct. 22, 1830. 
at Oswego, Duttl.e.H County, N. Y., Lydia, b. Oct, 1, 1809, d 
Aug. 5, 1901, daughter of Henry, b. VVeHtchester County, N. 
Y., Nov 17, 1783, and Bethany (Carpenter) Barmorc, of 
Lnion \ale, N. Y, Bethany Carpenter, b. .March 10, 1787. 
daughter of Zcno and Lydia (Clark) Carpenter. 

Issue (Stringhuni) : 

936 Henry, b. Oct, 13, 1831, d, Nov. 22, 1904; m. Oct. 

24, 1854, Katurah, d. May 16, 1856, age 21 y. 

5 i.ios. 18 d,, dau. of Lewis and Sarah Gardner 

of Beek.nan, N. Y. Issue: Ida, b. April i6, 

1 856. 
-f937 Thomas. 
+938 Isaac, 

+939 John. * 

+940 James C. John and James C. were twins 
The ro,«piler has In her possession the na.nes and datr. of 
the cluldren of David Htringham's grandfather. 



Fifth Geneeation 119 

289 JACOH, son of Tliomas and (61) Mury (Frost) 
StrinKham, b, Sept. 13, 1790, (J. April 16, 1856; m, Nov. 27, 
1811, at IMcttHant V^allcy, N. Y., Sarah, daughter of John and 
Eleanor Bariglit. From the records of the Oswego, Dutchess 
Count)', Monthly Meetings of the Friends', the first intentions 
of marriage of Jacob and Sarah were noted as Oct. 16, 1811. 
The second, Nov. 21, 1811, and accepted Dec. 18, 1811. She 
took a removal certificate to Creek Monthly Meeting, May 20, 
1812. 

Issue (Stringham) : 

941 Elinor, m. John, son of Levi Cox, and had Eliza 
and Sarah; (9t2) Eliza, m. Charles, son of Levi 
Cox; (943) Eugene; (944) John, m. Deborah 
Pugsley, and had William, Julia, Charles, 
George, Walter. 

290 SARAH, daughter of Thomas and (61) Mary (Frost) 
Stringham, b. July 17, 1784, d. Jan. 13, 1856; m, Nov. 23, 
1804, Jacob Chipj). Moved from La Grange, Dutchess County, 
N. Y., to Rush, Monroe County, N. Y. Jacob, son of James 
and Phebe Clapp, of Clinton, N. Y. 

Issue (Clapp) : 

945 Plul)e; (9^6) Thomas; (947) Sarah, m. Walker, 
and had Matilda, Frank and Daniel; (94S) 
Hannah: (949) Isaac, m. and had Edv.in and 
Charles; (9.'0) Samuel; (951) David; (952) 
yiwy J., tn. I'.cy/d Green, /ui:l I:ad 3. A.IlIIc, 
Jacob and Lillian; (953) Benjamin, who was an 
^LD. and m. three times; (954) James; (955) 
Nicholas, m. Charity Cornell and had Hester 
and William; (956) Henry. 

293 ANNA, daughter of Tliomas nnd (61) Mary (Frost) 
fttringham, b, Aug, 4, 17H6, d. 1842; m. at ('rum Elbow, Aug. 
22, 1803, Harmicl, son of Hamuil and Migal Haight. Samuel 
was a grandson of Benjamin Shove. 
Issue (Haight) : 

9/57 Thomas; m, Sept. 20, 1821, Anna M. Par«ons. 

Issue; Hairuiel C. } m, Sarah Jarvis. 
958 Mary J tn, Jeremiah Shove, Issue; Annie, Tilson, 



120 The Fhost Genealogy 

Winton, Benjamin; m. Cornelia , and 

had Kugcnc and Gcraldinc, twins, and Benja- 
min; Samuel, Helen; m. Herbert Knapp; Amy, 
Frank, Burtis. 
Anna; m., 2d, Thomas Burtis. 

294 ISAAC, son of Thomas and (61) Mary (Frost) 
Stringham, b. April 1, 1788, d. Sept. 1, 1860; m, Nancy, b. 
Oct 18, 1791, d. March 3, 1860, daughter of Peter String- 
hain« b. Nov. 20, 1762. 

l»$ue (Stringham) : 

959 Stephen, b. Dec. 10, 1814, d. 1820. 

960 Sarah C. ; m. Jacob Iden. Issue: Hannah, George, 

Emma, Nancy. 

961 Daniel, b. March 8, 1818, d. 1881; ra. Mercy 

Gardner. No issue. 

962 Peter, b. March 10, 1820, d. 1868; m. Eliza Saw- 

dy, b. Aug. 10, 1820. Issue: Charles A., Clara 
M., Alonzo H., FrankHn B., Isaac W., Cora A. 

963 Henry, b. Dec. 19, 1822; m. Abigail Adams. One 

son, George. 

964 George; m. Julia Du Bois. Issue: Clara, Sada, 

Bert. 

965 Eliza; m, Samuel Haxtcm. Issue: George, Jane, 

John, Cora. 

966 Mary, b. Feb, 18, 1829, d. 1832. 

967 Willct, b. Jan. 6, 1831, d. 1841. 

968 Adin C, b. May 26, 1832, d, 1862. 

969 Charles, b. May 23, 1834, d. 1839. 

970 Albert M., b. June 23, 1836; m. Amanda Nash. 

Issue : John, George, Myrtle, Helen. 

295 MARY FROST, daughter of Thomas and (61) Mary 
(Frost) Stringham, b. June 26, 1794, d. April 28, 1863; ra. 
April 24, 1828, at Crum Elbow, N. Y., Benjamin, son of Jona- 
than and Eliza Ann Sheldon, of Hyde Park, N. Y. Benjamin 
A Dec. 7, 1881, in his 87th year, and he and his wife are buried 
in the Friends' burial ground at Crura Elbow, N. Y. 

Issue (Sheldon) : 

971 Sarah Ann; m. 1862, Joseph Shenrood. Issue: 







^!iij±:ii,^ ! 



.... ^ ,y. 



Mketixo HorsE, Crim Eibow, X. Y. 








MCETIXO HOISE, ClIAPPAQIA, N, Y. 



Fifth Geneeation 121 

Mnry L. ; m. 1883, Edw. Lawrence; Josephine, 
m. 1886, Walter Lawrence. 

972 B. Thomas; m. 1859, Kate, dau. of Joseph Sher- 

wood, of Pouglikccpsie. Issue: Benjamin, Mary 

F., Emily E., Martha, Kate, d. May 3, 1869, 

buried Crum Elbow ; Joseph, Henry, Thomas. 

According to gravestones in the Crum Elbow burial ground, 

Benjamin had as wives, Sarah, who d. Aug. 29, 1826, age 28 

years, and Ruth P., who d. Sept. 6, 1893, age 93 years.. 

297 PIIEBE, daughter of Thomas and (61) Mary (Frost) 
Stnngham, b. Jan. 6, 1799, d. Aug. 6, 1872; m. Jan. 24, 1822, 
Reuben, son of Abraham and Catherine Kipp of Hyde Park. 
He d. Aug. 12, 1868, age 77 years 9 months 24 days. Both 
buried Friends' burial ground, Crum Elbow, N. Y. 

Issue (Kipp) : 

973 Anna H. ; m. Ephraim De Groff. Issue: Eli and 

Mary. 

974 William F. ; m. Harriett, daughter of Joel and 

Mary (Doty) Lawrence of Salt Point, N. Y. 
Issue: Minnie; m. a Sabine. 

975 Catherine P. ; m. Wm. Akerly. One dau., Phebe. 

976 Mary. 

977 Gilbert E. ; m. Sarah Stoughtenburgh. Issue: 

John M., Phebe A., Mary S., Alida, Hester, 
Reuben, Grace. 

978 Thomas S. ; m. Hester Ann Craft. No issue. 

979 Abraham Z. 

980 Anna ; m. Geo. Tripp. 

298 DARIUS, son of Thomas and (62) Anna (Frost) 
Shadbolt ; m. Martha, daughter of John Weeks and his first 
wife, who lived near Chappaqua, N. Y. 

Issue (Shadbolt) : 

981 Anna; m. Nov. 28, 1808, Isaac Cox. (See 668.) 

982 Phebe; m. Abner Cushman, of Chile, N. Y. 

983 Samuel; m. Sally Bassett and lived S. of Scotts- 

ville, N. Y. 

984 Thomas; m., Ist, Miss Bassett, sister of Sally; 

2nd, Almira Doane, dau. of Moses and Comfort. 



122 



The Fbost Genkalouy 



Lived west of hill, south of Scottsville, N. Y. 

985 John; m. (670) Mary Cox, Lived Oakfield, N, Y. 

986 Saruh; in. Duvid Barron of Geneva, N. Y. 
Darius came to Wheatland, N. Y., 1805, 

309 FANNY, dau^hfcr of (7.'J) Wright an<l Sarah (?) 
Front, h. 1788; in. Auk- 5, ]Hiin, at IV.kHkill, N, V„ Jn^ph, 
•on of AnuiNa and Mnry Front of Hcipio, N. Y. She was his 
third wifr, lie u/i« thf j^r/indwon of Siiiiiilcl and Fli//(hrth 
(I{i«r) Front anri p(r(a<-^raMd»«iMi of 'J'hoiiiati and Mnry (dWihn) 
Front, who wall a turn of I'/ldcr I'dinund Front, bom in Fn^l/ind 
abt. 1600 and who settled in Cainbridf^e, Mhmh., Ki'M'). The 
compiler has so far not found any connection between these two 
Frost families. 

313 WRIGHT, son of Stephen and (74) Elizabeth (Frost) 
Horton, b. May 22, 1776, d. June 27, 1861 ; m. Nov. 28, 1798, 
Anna, b. March 10, 1780, d. Jan. 4, 1852, daughter of Dr. 
Elias Quireau of Vorktown, N, Y., and vicinity, and hid wife, 
Elizabith (Clements). Both buried Friends' Cemetery, Ama- 
walk, N. Y. 

Issue (Horton) : 

+987 Klias Q., b. Dec. 22, 1800. 
Betsey Ann, b. Nov. 4, 1802. 
George W., b. Sept. 10, 1804. 
Frost, b. Sept. l.j, 1806. 
Stephen D., b. Oct. 3, 1808, d. March 5, 1842; m. 

Delia Clapp. 
William C, b. Jan. 9, 1811, d. Jan. 26, 1846; m. 

Plube McKeel. 
Sand) Jane, b. .May 10, 1815, d, Jan, 11, 1850; m. 
.Alarch 18, 18;W, at Amav.alk, N, Y., Joseph F.. 
son of Kichard and Amy Hallock, of Yorktown, 
N. Y. 
Jane, b. July 17, 1813; m. May 19, 1839, Thomas 

C. Van Huscn. 
Peter Q., b. Dec. 26, 1817, d. Oct. 4, 1898. Buried 
Amawalk, N. Y. 
996 Wright Frost, b. Feb. 22, 1820, d. unm. March 
23, 1844. Buried Amawalk, N. Y. 



988 
+989 
+990 

991 

992 
993 



994 



995 




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Fifth Ornkration 123 

922 HKNIIIKTTA, dauglitcr of (80) Caleb and Saruh 
(Halstcml) FroHt, h. Sept, 24, 1789, d. Sept, 7, 1876; m, Nov. 
«9, 1815, Abr/itti, b, Nov. 7, 1780, d. Oct. 27, 1867, .on of 
Jonah nrid Mary (VVillcU) Willctu. 
Li«uc (WillctH): 

+ 997 Elizabeth, 
-f 998 Sarah F. 
-f 999 Leonard F. 
-flOOO I«aac, 
4-1001 Mary H. 

1002 Edward F., b, Jan, IfJ, 1828, d. Feb, 18, 1900; 
III, Nov, 20, 18A0, Amelia Kiiiitli, and had one 
Hon, Jlion Abram, b. Sept, 2, 1Hr>7, d. Mnrrh 
20, 1874, ICdward F. wan once Mayor of Ilor- 
n'llHville, N, Y. 

32.3 LEONAHI) I., Hon of (80) Caleb and Sarah (Hal- 
stead) FroHt, b. New York City, .July 20, 1791, d. of yellow 
fever, July 12, 1822, buried Houston St., New York City; ni. 
Feb. 27, 1816, Sarah A. Smith, b. July 1.3, 1798, daughter of 
Charles. She d. Montclair, N. J., April 30, 1883. Buried at 
Matinccork, L, I,, Friends' Cemetery. 
IxNUe : 

-f-1003 William Smith. 
+ 1004 CharleH L. 

1005 Edward S., b. N. Y. City, Feb. 10, 1819. Went 

to sea and was never heard of after 1841. 
Friends' New York Records of Removals say: "Sarah Ann 
Frost, widow of Leonard, with the above three children, re- 
moved to Richmond, Ind., 18.38." Leonard elected a member 
of Farmers Harmonious Society of Oyster Bay, N Y Jan 
16, 1813. 

324 MARTHA, daughter of (80) Caleb and Sarah (Hal- 
stead) Frost, b. New York City, Sept. 12, 1793, d. Sept. 4, 
1875; m. June 25, 1818, Henry, b. April 11, 1778, d. Aug. 20, 
1850, son of Isaac and Kcziah (Whitson) Coles. Isaac and 
Keziah m. March 6, 1777. 

Issue (Coles): 

1006 Henry W., b. Miirch 24, 1821, d. unm., Sept. 89. 

1868. ^ 



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1007 Edward F., b. March 39, 1834, d. unm., Jan. 8, 
1899. 
4-1008 Leonard F., b. Nov. 21, 1831} m. Susan Bird- 
tall. 

1009 I»uacC.,b. Jan, 1/J, 18«(J,d. uniM,,Jftn. 19, 1875. 

1010 Anna, b. May 29, 1819, d, Nov, 4, 1821. 

All the doctancd above arc buried Friends' Cemetery, Matinc- 
cock, L. I. 

y^ 325 KDWAJII) LAWJIKNCK, son of (80) Caleb and 
' Sarah (Hulstcad) Frost, b. Newtown, near FliiN|iin|(, L, I,, 
Dec. 17, 179.'5, d. Queens I>. L, March fJl, 1878. Merchant 
and fanner at Glen Cove, L, I., and Hichinond, Ind, He m., 
1st, Jan. 30, 1821, at Hicliinond, Ind., Ann H, Sliutes, who d. 
with her daughter shortly after the latter's birth. He m,, 2nd, 
in Richmond, Ind,, Au(<. 1, 1H27, Hannah, b. Sept, 25, 1807, d. 
Glen Cove, L. I., Aug, 20, 1857, daughter of David and Han- 
nah (Richards) Holloway, of Cincinnati, O., and ^and-daugh- 
ter of John and Margaret (Buck) Halloway and of Rowland 
and Lydia (Townscnd) Richards. Edward L. went on foot 
from Long Island to Richmond, Ind., and later crossed the Al- 
leghcnics Iwcnty-thrcc times on horseback. 
Issue: ""■ 

4 +1011 Marshall Smith. 
+1012 Halstead H. 
+1013 Anna E. 
+1014 Henrietta W. 

1015 Howard Edward, b. Aug. 1, 1846, d. 1867, bur. 
Glcn Cove, L. I. 



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826 GIDEON, son of (80) Caleb and Sarah (Halstead) 
Frost, b. Jan 11, or Nov. 1, 1798, d. Feb. 25, 1880; m. April 
i4, 1823, Mary TJ., b. Feb, 24, 1803, d. Dec. 15, 1847, daugh- 
Ur ol William and Lctitia (Valentine) Willcts. 
Issue: 

1016 Leonard, b. April 10, 1824, d. Oct. 17, 1870, at 
Los Angeles, Cal.; m. Lizzie J. Malone. No 
issue. Buried Friends' Cemetery, Matinccoek. 
L.L 

_ He founded th « Friends* Schopl at Oys ter Bay. N. Y. 

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125 



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327 ELIZABETH, daughter of (80) Caleb and Sarah 
(Halstcad) Frost, b. Glen Cove, L. I., Dec. 29, 1799, d, 1862, 
moved from Jericho, L, 1,, to Cayuga Co,, N. Y. ; m. Sept. 8, 
1820, John, h. 17H7, d, IKfJO, non of Jutncn and ThtodoHia 
(Darby) Prior. James was b. Nov. 9, 1756, d. April 9, 1837, 
•on of Matthew and Ann (Pearsall) Prior, James and hit wift 
*re biiried in the Friends' Cemetery at Matinccock, L. I. 
Imuc (Prior) : 

-flOn Philemon H. 

+1018 Phcbc W„ b. Jan. 3, 1824, 

1019 John Augustus, b, 1826, d. March 4, 1885, age 
59 y. ; m, Dec, 1, 1861, Elizabeth, d. Dec. 11, 
18H8, age 56 y,, daughter of Thoma* and Jane 
(Valentine) Rushmorc. No issue. 
+1020 Sarah F. 
+ 1021 Henrietta. 

1022 James M., d. unm., b. about 1835. 



328 PHILEMON H., son of (80) Caleb and Sarah (Hal- 
stead) Frost, b. Glen Cove, L. I., July 29, 1802, d. Sept. 2, 
1884; m. Charlotte L,, b, Jan. 4, 1808, d. Nov. 30, 1861, 
daughter of Hewlett and Ethelanah (Coles) Townsend. He 
received a removal certificate from Whitewater, Ind., to New 
York City, Oct., 1829. 
Issue : 

+1023 Imogcne, 

+1024 Sarah M. 

+1025 Lavinia. 

+ 1026 Philcna C. 

1027 Henrietta A., b. Sept. 14, 1830, d. Aug. 18, 

1834. 

1028 Evalina, b. May 7, 1834, d. Jan. 28, 1840. 

1029 Howard, b. March 22, 18.'J8, d. July 31, 1840. 

1030 Philemon T., b. Sept. 9, 1851, d. Dec. 30, 1854. 



829 MARY, daughter of (80) Caleb and Sarah (Hal- 
stead) Frost, b. Glen Cove, L. I., Nov. 10, 1804, d. June 1, 
1863; m. Townsend W., b. May 10, 1810, d. April 25, 1878, 
•on o/ WiUiAm and Sarah (Willis) SImonson. 



186 The Frost Genealogt 

liiiuc (SimonNon) : 

1031 William Henry, d. unm. after crossing the Isth- 
mus of Panama. He was taken ill with yellow 
fever and wa^ buried at sea. 
+1032 Cornelia. 

1032a Leonard, b. March 24, 1839, living Brooklyn, 
N. Y., 1911. 

3.30 JACOB, son of (80) Caleb and Sarah (Halstead) 
Frost, b. Glen Cove, L. I., Feb. 17, 1808, d. at his home near 
Mineola, L. I., Nov. 22, 1862; m. June 14, 1838, Sarah, b. 
Jan. 1, 1817, d. Brooklyn, N. Y., Aug. 30, 1898, daughter of 
Stephen W. and Hannah (Underbill) Titus, of Cedar Swamp, 
L. I. Both buried Friends' Cemetery, VVestbury, L. I. In 
Aug., 1829, Jacob received removal certificate to New York 
City from Whitewater, Ind., and in March, 1838, from New 
York City to Westbury, L. I. 
Issue: 

1033 Newbury H., b. Sept. 24, 1846, on farm one and 
a quarter miles south of Glen Cove, L. I., 
located nearly opposite the Caleb Frost home- 
stead, called the "Large Rock" farm, d. May 
13, 1900, at Garden City, L. I., and buried 
Friends' Cemetery at Westbury, L. I. 
+10,34 Henry T. 
+10.3.5 Alice H. 
+1036 Louise C. 

1037 Jacob L., b. Aug. 22, 1855, d. Nov. 18, 1862. 

Buried Westbury, L. I. 

334 WRIGHT, son of Thomas and (82) Mary (Frost) 
Thomeycraft, later known as Craft ; m. Judith White, 

Issue (Thorncycraft or Craft): 

1038 Oliver; m. Esther Titus. 

1039 Simon; m. Temperance . 

335 JAMES, son of Thomas and (82) Mary (Frost) 
Thomeycraft, lived in Lattingtown, d. 1826; m. Hannah^ dau. 
of Isaac and Hannah (Seaman) Doty. 

Issue (Craft or Thomeycraft) : 



Fifth Generation 127 

1040 Phtbc; rn. (107) Stephen, Feb, 11, 1815, Bon of 

Charles and Mary (lluHhinorc) Frost, and had 
Isaac C, who m. Jan. 4, 1844, at Stephen Mil- 
ler's, Brooklyn, Phebc Jane, daughter of Ste- 
phen and Leah H. Miller. 

1041 Esther; m. Richardson Reynolds. 

1042 Ann M. ; m. Richardson Reynolds, husband of 

her deceased sister. 

1043 Mary ; m. Rufus Reynolds. 

1044 Isaac Doty; m. Rachel McBane. 

336 FREELOVE, daughter of Thomas and (82) Mary 
<Fro8t) Thomeycraft, of Musquito Cove ; m. 1783, Abram, son 
of John Probasco of Jamaica. John d. 1749. 

Issue (Probasco) : 

1045 Mary; m. Capt. Wm. Ilarrold of Musquito Cove, 

L. I.; (1046) Thomas; (1047) Rynler; (1048) 
Yanitje, m. Garret Borland of Jamaica, L. I.; 
(1049) Idagh, m. Jacob Lott; (1050) Sarah; 
(1051) Aurientje, m. Minard Van Sickle. 

345 MARY, daughter of (85) Penn and Sarah (Undcr- 
hill) Frost, b. 1762, d. Feb. 4, 1856; m. 1782, Jchial, b. July 
27, 1755, d. 1841, son of William and Mary (Willis) Becdle 
(now Bedell). Marriage license dated March 4, 1782. 

Issue (Bcedlc, now Bedell): 

1052 Leonard. 
Mary and Jehial both buried in the old Frost Cemetery. Her 
dates are not visible, but his read, "D. 1841 in 87th year." 

346 WRIGHT, son of (86) Penn and Sarah (Underbill) 
Frost, b. 1760, d. Dec. 1831, age 71, buried in old Frost Ceme- 
tery; m. March 24, 1784, Mary, b. 1765, d. July 3, 1841, 
buried in old Frost Cemetery, daughter of Jonas and Mary 
(Carpenter) Wood. 

Issue : 

+1063 Sarah, b. Jan. 10, 1786. 

1054 Phebe; m. Nov. 16, 1816, Abel Head. 

1056 Edward, unm. ; lost at sea. 

+1066 Maria. 



128 The Fkost Genealogy 

547 PHEBE, daughter of (85) Pcnn and Sarah (Under- 
hill) Frost, b. Nov. 1, 1765; m. Dec. 19, 1782, James, son of 
Jacob and Hannah (Pierce) Carpenter. The first wife of 
James Carpenter was Anne Underbill, one son John; his third 
wife, Dinah Cock. No issue. 

Issue (Carpenter): 

+1057 Jacob, b. Jan. 23, 1787. 

1058 Sarah, b. March 15, 1791 ; m. Joseph N. Coles. 

1059 Frost, b. Feb. 16, 1794; d. unm., July 4, 1825. 

1060 Phcbe, b. Aug. 19, 1798 ; m. George D. Coles. 

1061 Annie, unm. 

548 ZEBULON, son of (85) Penn and Sarah (Underbill) 
Frost, b. Aug. 20, 1768, d. Jan. 14, 1858, buried in old Frost 
Cemetery; m. Nov. 14, 1792, at Matinecock, Elizabeth, b. July 
26, 1772, d. March 24, 1853, buried beside her husband, daugh- 
tor of Captain James and Zerviah (Latting) Farley. James 
and Zerviah m. Oct. 14, 1769. 

Issue: 

+1062 Ann C, b. Oct. 22, 1795. 

+1063 Sarah, b. Jan. 1, 1794. 

+ 1064 James Furlcy, b. Feb. 6, 1797. 
In slave records of Oyster Bay, L. I,, appears: "July 14i, 
1807, 'Rose' bound her daughter Sarah to Zebulon Frost." 

349 DANIEL, son of (85) Penn and Sarah (Underbill) 
Frost, b. Dec. 14, 1771, d. Sept. 1, 1845, at Shoreham, Vt.; m. 
April 28, 1795, at Matinecock, L. I., Elizabeth, b. June 11» 
1776, d. Aug. 24, 1857, daughter of John and Freelove (Lat* 
ting) Cock. 

Issue: 

1065 Jehial, b. Jan. 12, 1801, d. Nov. 11, 1842, age 

41 y. 9m. 29 d. 

1066 Eliza A., b. Sept. 9, 1796, d. July 18, 1864, age 

67 years. 
+1067 Ambrose C, b. May 9, 1803. 
+1068 William Penn, b. April 22, 1806. 

1069 Emily D., b. April 8, 1811 ; m. Edwin Townsend 

of Shoreham, Vt. 

1070 Mary W., b. Oct. 2, 1814, d. March 81, 1818. 



Fifth Generation 129 

1071 Rosanna, b. Oct. 13, 1815, d. Nov. 20, 1833. 

1072 Edgar U., b. March 8, 1807 ; m. Abvina Filmore. 

1073 Phcbe, unm. 

350 JARVIS, son of (85) Pcnn and Sarah (Undcrhillji 
Frost, b. March 6, 1774, d. Oct. 8, 1849, buried old Frost Cem- 
etery; m. Phcbe (479), b. March 21, 1790, d. Aug. 29, 1877, 
buried beside her husband, daughter of Stephen (149) and Je- 
mima (Coles) Underbill. Stephen, d. Feb. 8, 1836, age 70, and 
Jemima d. March 6, 1850, age 81. Both buried Underbill 
Cemetery, Oyster Bay, N. Y. 
Issue : 

+1074 Sarah, b. Oct. 1, 1820. 
+ 1075 Anna, b. May, 1824. 
+1076 Ellena ( ?), b. Nov. 25, 1827. 

1077 Phcbe Underbill, b. Sept. 2, 1829, d. Oct. 6, 1832, 
buried old Frost Cemetery. 
There lies buried in the old Frost Cemetery a Walter Frost, 
whom I have not been able to place. He died Nov. 22, 1831, 
age 57. In his will, dated Sept. 24, 1831, filed at Jamaica, L. 
I., he gives his estate to Jarvis and Sarah Frost and to his 
son Isaac of New York, in trust for his wife and children. His 
wife was named Sarah, and is buried beside him. She died 
Nov. 23, 1873, age 83 years. He had a daughter, Margaret, 
b. Feb. 2, 1816, d. Feb. 2, I860, buried in the same cemetery, 
also a daughter Sarah, b. Feb. 2, 1816, d. Feb. 2, 1860. 

Elizabeth Frost, another daughter of Walter, m. Edwin A., 
son of Jacob and Mehitable (Place) Tillcy. Jacob, son of 
Daniel and Abigail (Albcrtson) Tilley, m., 1st, Mehitable, b. 
1796, d, 1832, daughter of Richard and Mehitable (Baldwin) 
Place, and, 2nd, Sarah, widow of Walter Frost. 

Sarah was the daughter of Lieut. Townscnd and Margaret 
(Jones) Hewlett, and made the two marriages above noted. 
Adm. papers were granted to Sarah E. Tilley and Edwin F.^ 
Tilley, she of Oyster Bay, and he of Brooklyn, N. Y., on the 
estate of Isaac Frost of Oyster Bay, Aug. 14, 1878. 

Aug. 23, 1816, Jarvis Frost, one of a committee to draft a 
constitution for the suppression of vice and intemperance in 
Oyster Bay, N. Y. Adm. granted Oct. 26, 1877, to Sarah Lat- 
ting, on esUte of Phebe Frost of Oyster Bay. 



ISO The Feost Genealogy 

853 LANAH, daughter of (85) Penn and Sarah (Under- 
hill) Frost, b. Nov. 9, 1782, d. Jan. 14, 1876, buried old Frost 
Cemetery; m. Dec. 18, 1808, Benjamin, b. 1780, d. 1848, buried 
beside his wife, son of James and Dorothy (Cock) Cock. 

Issue (Cock) : 

1078 Hannah, b. April 6, 1812 ; m. 1843, Joshua Kirk, 

son Benj. C. Kirk m. Florence Tucker. 

1079 Mary, b. Nov. 4, 1809; m. 1832, 1st, Joseph N. 

Valentine; 2nd, William M. Weeks. 

354 MARY, daughter of (86) Daniel and Sarah (Cock) 
Frost; m. James, son of Robert and Mary (Latham) Mitchell. 
Robert was brother to Dr. Samuel Mitchell of Long Island. 
Issue (Mitchell): 
+1080 Nancy. 

1081 Phebe ; m., 1st, John dough ; 2nd, William MotL 
Issue (Mott): Georgiana, Lucrctia Rachel. 
+1082 Sarah. 

1083 Maria ; m. Joseph Chcucman. Iimue ! Mary E. and 

Oscar ChcHcman. 

1084 Jane; m. John C. Lloyd. No issue. 

1085 Robert, d. young. 

1086 Clinton; m. Mary E. Rose. Issue: James and 

Joseph. 
Mitchell family ore buried in Friends' Cemetery at Manhaf 
wt,L.L 



SIXTH GENERATION 

379 HALLET, son of (91) Charles and Ann (Kirby) 
Thorne; m. April 15, 1810, Sarah (1063), b. Jan. 1, 1794, d. 
1864, daughter of (S48) Zcbulon and Elizabeth (Farley) 
Frost. 

Issue (Thome) : 

1087 Ann Elizabeth, b. March 30, 1811; m. Lucius 

Townsend of Shoreham, Vt. 

1088 Leonard C, b. Nov. 20, 1812; m. 1861, Maria 

Smith. 

1089 Margarctta, b. Oct. 26, 1814; m. 1838, George 

Parker, Vergcnnes, Vt. 

1090 Mary, b. Aug. 12, 1819, d. 1836. 
+1091 JaifHj« F., b. Nov. 22, 1821. 

1092 riitlu! .1., b. Aug. 27, 1823; m, 1800, Charles 

HlcVOIIM, 

1093 CharlcM, b. Aug. (}, 1825, unin. 

1094 Martha, b. Jan. 13, 1829; m. Wm. M. Burt of 

SuugcrticM, N, Y. 
1096 JuliuH C, b. Jan. 16, 1831, d. 1864. 

1096 Win. F., b. Sept. 29, 1834; in. 1868, Lydia C. 

Ilallct, of Chicago, 111. 

1097 George 11., b. Sept. 29, 1837; m. 1863, Ellen M. 

Cobb of Chicago, 111. 

383a FROST, son of (91) Charles and Ann (Kirby) 
Thorn, d. Dec. 4, 1854; m. Susan W., daughter of Haden Ed- 
wards, Esq., of Winchester, Va. She m. Dec. 1, 1866, as her 
second husband (1091 and 1942), James Frost Thorn. 
Issue (Thorn) : 

1097a Marccllitc, b. Jan. 29, 1842, drowned at capsiz- 
ing of yacht "Mohawk" in N. Y. Harbor, June, 
1876; m. April 27, 1865, ot St. George's, 
Hempstead, L. I., William Thome, b. Aug. 31, 

181 



1^ The Fkout Genealogy 

1840, lost in same accident as his wife, son of 
Thomas and Frances M. (Thome) Garner. He 
was known as Commodore Garner. They had 
one daughter, who m. the Marquis de IJrcteull 
of France, brother to Lady Gordon Cumming, 
wife of Sir VVm. Gordon Cummin^ of Kngland, 
He is on very fricndJy footing with King Ed- 
ward of England, visiting him at Sandringham 
each year. He is maternally a grondson of the 
Hebrew banker, Achille Fould, who played no 
important a role throughout the reign of Na- 
poleon HI, both a« chief financier of the em- 
pire and as the most powerful of Napolcon'f 
Cabinet ministers. 
1097b Frost, b. June 13, 1850, lost in same accident as 
his sister. 

384 ANN, daughter of Charles and (93) Uosannah 
(Frost) Cock, b. July 30, 1788; m. July 27. 1808. John 
Uockus. 

Issue (Bockus) : 

1098 Mary; m. Nov. 10, 1840, William, son of Caleb 

and Sarah (Buffet) Wright. 

392 WHJ.LXM TOWNSENI). son of (94) William and 
Sarah ( Jown^nd) Fro.t, b, (Ut. 2, 1H04. rl. July HI, 1880, 
buned old Fro«t Ccm.t.-ry ; ,„. 1841, (,'399) Anna M., b. May 7. 
1823 daughter of (96) Jacob and Margaret (Cummings) 
rrost. He was a shipping merchant in New York City, and 
lu« country home was in Lattinglown, L. I. 

If (Ue : 

1099 Louisa F., b. May 14, 1843; m. J. Francis Bax- 

ter. 

1100 William C, b. Oct. 5, 1846; m. Adelaide Jack- 

son, who d. April 16, 1907, in her 60th year, 
and 18 buried in old Frost Cemetery 

1101 Julia E.. b. April 14, 1848; m. Augustus Ray- 

mond. 

}}^ ?""'\%^:' ^' ^'P^ *^' ^^"^ "• LuU Brown. 
1103 Anna M., b. July 15, 1854; m. William Rot. 



Sixth Oknkration 188 

1104) Sarah, b. Feb. 17, 1859; m. Charles Baker and 
had Gertrude M., Helen W., Cornelius W. In 
1910 all unm. and Sarah a widow. 

1105 Edward A,, b. Jan. 16, 1H03; m, Mabel . 

110/5a Arthur, b. March Hd, IHOfl. 

398 STEPHEN AUGUSTUS, son of (96) Jacob and 
Margaret (Cummings) Frost, b. Nov. 15, 1816, lived Mont- 
clair, N, J,; m. 1841, Matilda, b. Nov. 29, 1813, d. April 12, 
1894, daughter of Robert L. and Naomi (Leggett) Bowne. 

Issue : 

1106 Cornelia; m, March 16, 1866, Dr, John Warren 

rinkham, of Montclair, N. J., b. May 14, 1834, 
d. May 7, 1894. 

1107 Robert; m. Mina W. Bottsford. 

1108 Matilda, d. 1872. 

399 ANNA MATILDA, daughter of (96) Jacob and Mar- 
garet (Cummingfi) Frost, b. May 7, 1823; m. 1841, (392) 
William Townscnd, son of (94) William and Sarah (Town- 
•cnd) Frost. Anna M. was living Feb., 1911. (For issue see 
No. 892.) 

400 HANNAH, daughter of John C. and (97) Letitia 
(Frost) Redmond, b, Dec. 1, 1802; m. 1823, William H. Frank- 
lin. 

Issue (Franklin) : 

1117 Benjamin; m. Julia Manchester. 

1118 Tlionias M, ; m. Mary Spencer. 

40« JAMES M., son of John C. and (97) Letitia (Frost) 
Redmond, b. July 16, 1807; m. 1828, Ann Bowne. 
Issue (Redmond) : 

1119 Cornelia ; m. Edw. Cooper. 

1120 Mary E. 

1121 Charles P. ; m. Mary C. Frost, daughter of Val- 

entine (409). 

1122 Morton; m. Georgiana Barney. He d. N. Y. 

City, May 31, 1911, in his 75th year. 

1123 James; m. Mary A. McMillan. 
11114 Samuel B. ; m. Isabella . 



184 The Frobt Gekealoot 

405 JOHN C, son of John C. and (97) Letitia (Frost) 
fU-dmond, b. May 7, 1H17, d. Hcpt. 5, 1871, buried old Frott 
CaiicUry, in. IHiT, Al)i^uil Guiiiincrc {?), 

l»$\ie (llcdinond) : 

1125 William F.; m. Hannah, daughter of Wm. C. 

Carpenter, and a grcat-g^and-daughter of 
(347) Phcbe Frost. 

1126 Samuel G. ; m., 1st, Margaret Bowne; 2nd, Mar- 

garet £, Fox. 

1127 Annie. 

1128 Philip. 

John m., 2nd, Letitia, d. April 3, 1883, in her 68th year, 
buried in old Frost Cemetery, daughter of John and Ann 
Bockuf. 

406 JOSEPH, son of Charles and (99) Elizabeth (Frost) 
Latting, b. July 20, 1812, d. Jan. 2, 1862; m. Oct. 17, 1837 
(1074) Sarah, b, Jan. 10, 1820, d. July 26, 1907, daughter of 
(850) Jarvit and Pliebe (Underhill) Frost of Lattingtown, 
L.I. 

Issue ( Latting) : 

1129 June Di-ftll, b. June 10, 1839; m. Oct. 20, 1857, 

'J'owfiHcnd 1), Cock, son of Alfred o( Locust 
Valley, L, I. 

1130 Mary Frost, b. May 19, 1843; m, Thompson. 

Price. 
4-1131 Anna T., b. Nov. 27, 1845. 

1132 Josephine, b. May 19, 1850; m. Dec. 30, 1869, 

Charles F. Coles of DoHoris, L. I. ; one child, 
Mary A., b. Nov. 29, 1870. 

1133 Ella Frost, b, Oct. 16, 1863; m. Edw. Nicoll. 

1134 William Dcall, b. Dec. 9, 1855, d. Nov. 28, 186-3. 

1135 Edw. Townscnd, b. May 28, 1857; m. Elizabeth 

Wheeler. 

407 JOHN JORDAN, son of Charles and (99) Elizabeth 
(Frost) Latting, b. March 31, 1819; m. June 5, 1849, Harriet 
A. Emerson, daughter of Rcr. Brown and Mary (Hopkins) 
Emerson. Rev. Brown Emerson, D. D. 8. Church, Salem, Masf, 

Issue (Latting)) 



Sixth Generation 185 

1136 CJmrlcs Perry, b. May 28, 1860. 

1137 Wuii.T H„ b, iM), an, iH/ja. 

1138 Harrktt KmcrHon, b. Sept. 25, 1865. 

1139 Grace Vernon, b. Aug. 13, 1851), d. Dec. 19, 

1860. 

1140 Arthur Deall, b. Feb. 24, 1862. 

1141 Alice Maud, b. June 25, 1867. 

409 VALKN'I'INK, Hon of (100) Cburlcs and (1062) Ann 
C. (I'roxt) FroHt, b, Ai;ril 1, 1821, d, April 18, 1800, burled in 
old Front Cemetery, and lived in the old hoineHtead, "The Hill- 
Bide," at Locust Valley, Oyster Bay; m. Oct. 16, 1838, Caro- 
line W., b. Nov. 6, 1819, d. March 20, 1896, buried beside her 
husband, daughter of Caleb and Deborah (Cock) Covert, of 
Hempstead and Bedford, N, Y. 

Issue: 

1142 Mary C, b, Oct. 1, 1839, d. Sept. 8, 1900; m., 

1st, Sept. 6, 1866, Charles V. Iledrnond, b. 
Sept. 24, 1832, d. Sept, 18, 1888. Both buried 
in old Frost Ceinetery. Charles was great- 
grandson of Stephen Frost (20). Mary later 
m. Col, Henry B. Bristol, of the U. S. Army, 
who d, 1902. 

1143 Elizabeth P., b, Aug. 21, 1842, d, about 1903; m. 

Grevillc K. Fryer. Issue: Eugenic, 
-f 1144 Sarah C, b. June 7, 1846; m. Wm. T. Carpenter. 

1145 A son, d. young, b. 1849. 

1146 Charles Farley, b. 18,50, d. Nov. 19, 1850, age 

9 days. Buried in old Frost Cemetery. 
With these children the original Frost home passed from the 
family after having been in its possession since 1674. 

422 ISAAC C, son of (107) Stephen and Phobe (Craft) 
Frost, b. Jan. 10, 1819, d, Oct, 7, 1858, buried Prospect Park, 
Friends' Cemetery, Brooklyn, N. Y. ; m. Jan. 4, 1844, at Ste- 
phen Miller's, Phebc Jane, b. Aug. 27, 1823, Somers, N. Y., 
d. Jan. 29, 1891, at E. Putney, Vt., daughter of Stephen and 
Leah (Hubbs) Miller of Brooklyn. 

Issue : 

1147 Stephen, b. Jan. 0, 1847, d. Feb. M, 1849, buried 

Vronpcri Park, Brooklyn. 



186 The Frost Genealoot 

1148 David M,, b, July 11, 1849. 

1149 William II,, b. Dec. 4, 18S2. 

Isaac with his ftunily moved from Westbury, L. I., in 1833, 
evidently to Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Phebe m., 2nd, Abraham Brooks. 

431 CATHARINE M,, daughter of (109) Charles and 
Martha (Titus) Frost, b, Aug. 6, 1842; m. Dec, 31, 1863, 
Levi Munson, b. Feb. 16, 1839, a farmer living at Port Wash- 
ington, L. I. 

Issue (Munson) : 

1149a Caroline, b. Nov. 22, 1864. School teacher, New 

York City. 
1149b Walter, b. April 6, 1866, lives New York City. 
1149c Frances H., b. Feb. 19, 1868, d. Sept. 17, 1868. 
1149d Amelia, b. Oct. 8, 1870, lives Westbury, L, I. 
1149e Kate, b. Dec. 3, 1872, lives Westbury, L. I. 
1149f Mary T, b. April 3, 1875, lives Westbury, L. I. 
1149g Martha F., b. Feb. 25, 1879, lives Westbury, L.I. 
1149h Francis Q., b. March 9, 1882, lives Port Wash- 
ington, L. I. 

433 CHARITY, daughter of (126) Wright and Martha 
(Smith) Frost, b. Nov. 18, 1787, d. Sept. 15, 1874; m. Sept. 
16, 1804, John Latting, b. March 18, 1779, d. March 13, 1814, 
son of John and Freelove (Latting) Cock. 
Issue (Cock) : 

1150 Mary Anna, b. Dec. 3, 1805, d. 1880. 

1161 Daniel, b. 1807; m. 1839, Ellen . 

1152 Deborah, b. Nov. 28, 1810; m. John C. Berry. 

1163 John 8,, b. 1813; m. Caroline E. Parker. 

435 MARY, daughter of (126) Wright and Martha 
(Smith) Frost, b. July 9, 1792; m. July 1, 1809, John Conger. 

Issue (Conger) : 

1164 Ann, n>. a Palmer; (1166) Mary, m. a Miller; 

(1166) John; (1167) Wright. 

436 HANNAH, daughter of (126) Wright and Martha 
(Smith) Frost, b. Feb. 10, 1796; m. Jan. 17, 1812, Augustus 
Craft 



Sixth Generation 187 

Iitue (Craft) : 

1168 William; (11/59) Sutton; (1160) Charles; 
(1161) Sarah, m. Thomas Lowrce; (1162) Jul- 
iette, m. Andrew Hoogland; (1163) Martha, 
m. James Prier; (1164) Mary, unm. 

443 SIMEON, son of (129) Prier and Abigail (Loder) 
Prost, b. Dec. 30, 1803, d. 1881 ; m., Ist, Sophia . 

Issue : 

1165 Josephine; (1166) Isabel; (1167) Agnes; 
(1168) Sophia; (1169) Simeon Loder; (1170) 
Edward W. 
Simeon m., 2nd, a lady from California, and had: 

1171 Francis; (1172) Fernando; (1173) William 
Prior. 

444 HORTON, son of (129) Prier and Abigail (Loder) 
Frost, b. Sept. 16, 1805, d. July 26, 1878, lived New York 
City; m. Sept. 8, 1831, Jane Lawrence. 

1174 Hester Ann, b. Oct. 20, 1834, unm. 

1175 Sarah, b. Jan. 4, 1845, unm., d. Sept. 22, 1902. 

1176 Mary Emma, b. June 14, 1842, d. July 6, 1909; 

m. Aug. 4, 1874, Alfred K. Reed, New York 
City; one dau., Edith, b. 1879. 

1177 Elizabeth F., b. Feb. 13, 1848, lives N. Y. City. 

1178 Charles, b. March 12, 1833, d. Aug. 17, 1834. 

1179 Edward, b. June 14, 1840, d. July 4, 1840. 

446 CHARITY, daughter of (129) Prier and Abigail (Lo- 
^cr) Fro«t, b. Dec. 17, 1807, d, July 18, 1837; m. July 16, 
1829, John Henry Weed, b. July 29, 1830, d. Dec. 21, 1866. 

iMue (Weed) : 

1180 Mary Emma, b. Nov. 18, 1837. She lived many 

years with her uncle, Jordan C. Frost at York- 
town, N. Y., and wan given one-half of the old 
farm. She spends part of her time with her 
brother Horton's family in New York City. 

1181 William H., b. Oct. 29, 1830, d. Oct. 18, 1856. 
118« Wright Frost, b. April 18, 1837, d. July 11, 

1837. 



138 The Fhost Genealogy 

446 MARY, daughter of (129) Prier and Abigail (Loder) 
Frost, b. May 30, 1809, d. March 10, 1891 ; m. Silvanus Purdy. 

Issue (Purdy) : 

1183 Herbert; (1184) EHzabeth; (1185) Cornelia; 
(1186) Prier; (1187) Wilbur. 

447 WILLIAM, son of (129) Prier and Abigail (Loder) 
Frost, b. Aug. 6, 1810, d. May 14, 1892; m. Ruth Ann Bailey,. 
/u Sept. 30, 1907, age 87 years and 9 months. 

Issue : 

1188 Mary; (1189) William, b. April 1, 1848; (1190) 
Anna, b. 1850, d. 1877; (1191) Jordon Cox; 
(1192) Alice Lenora. 

449 PRIER, son of (130) Samuel R. and Zilpha (Cox) 
Frost, b. Scarsburg, N. Y., Dec. 14, 1817, d. Nov. 3, 1874, 
lived Henrietta, N. Y.; m. Dec. 13, 1843, Millicent Elvira, b. 
Nov. 29, 1822, d. Aug. 29, 1895, daughter of James K. and 
Funny H. (Bristol) Martin of Rush, N. Y. 

Issue: 

+1193 James Samuel, b. Oct. 1, 1854. 

1194 Mary, b. Nov. 19, 1844, d. Jan. 21, 1851. 

462 BENJAMIN, son of Benjamin and (141) Elizabeth 
(Bedell) Wright, b. March 6, 1792, d. Sept. 29, 1858; m. Nov. 
10, 1814, Mary A., b. Sept. 6, 1792, d. Dec. 16, 1856, daugh- 
ter of Jacob and Jemima (Ryder) Fommn. 

Imuc ( Wright ) : 

1195 Ann Eliza, b. March 23, 1816; m. 1835, Dan C. 

Miller. 

1196 Catharine, b. July 7, 1820; m. 1840, Abraham 

H. .Miller of Carmel, N. Y., b. Dec. 19, 1824, 
d. March 11, 1854, son of Abraham and Eliz- 
abeth (Griffin) Miller. Abraham ar^d Elizabeth 
were m. 1804, and are buried Amawalk, N. Y. 

1197 Forman. 

1198 Chariotte. 

1199 Susan. 

1200 Cordelia. 

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Sixth Generatiok 139 

454 GILBEllT, son of (143) David and Milliccnt 
(Wri«lit) Ilcd.Il; m, Patty Ann Nclwon, b. March 10, 1804, d. 
May no, 1879. 

iHSue (Bedell) : 

1201 William G., d. young. 

1202 Elizabeth, d. young. 

1203 James Wright; m. Euphemia, daughter of Dr. 

White of Somers, N. Y., and had son, Bartow 
White, who m. and had four daughters. 
Patty Ann m., 2nd, Israel Green, and had daughter, Emma 

Nelson, who m. S. M. Lounsbery, living 1909 in Baldwin Place, 

N. Y., having one child. 

456 MERCEDES, daughter of (145) Daniel W. and 
Paula (Osandon) Frost, b. prior to May, 1825, d. in Chile, S. 
A., 1891 ; m. 1856, Emilio Sota, a Chilean. 

Issue (Sota) : 

1204 Sarah, b. 1859; m. 1891, James Longton, son of 

an Englishman, b. in Chile. Issue: Rene and 
Blance. 
1206 Elvira, b. 1860; m. 1894, Wm. Danks, an Eng- 
lishman. Ihsuc: Incs, Lillian. 

1206 Laura, b. 1863; m. 1893, Francisco Guzman, who 

d. 1910. Issue: Roberto. 

1207 Flora, b. 1865; m. 1885, James Mackenzie, of 

the finn Duncan, Fox & Co. of Santiago, Chile, 
S. A. Issue: James P., Elizabeth Laura. 

1208 Victor Daniel, b. 1866; m. 1902, Christina Bar- 

rofi. Issue: Alberto, 

1209 Samuel, b. 1868 ; not m,, d. 1894. 

459 SAMUEL FROST, son of John D. and (146) Anne 
(Frost) Haviland, b. Peckskill, N. Y., Dec. 22, 1798, died 
Chile, S. A., Dec. 13, 1858; m. Aug. 1, 1825, Maria Felisa 
Osandron e Irribarren, b. Nov. 20, 1808, d. Feb. 26, 1893. She 
was a sister to the wife of his uncle, Daniel W. Frost (146). 

Issue (Haviland) : 

1210 Samuel Gilbert, b. Aug. 11, 1828, d. prior to 

Nov. 10, 1830. 
ISll Daniel Sandalio, b. Sept., 1829, d. unm. 



140 The Frost Genealoot 

+1212 Ann Maria Felisa. 

1213 John Samuel, b. 1832, d. May 13, 1864. No 

heirs. 

1214 Mnria del Rosario Emdina, d. unm., b. 1838, d. 

1857. 

+ 1215 Carlota Isabel. 
1216 John Khcnezcr, b. 1836, d. Aug. 13, 1878. Waa 
a Hercules in strength. 

+1217 Mftnuela Carolina. 

+1218 Nieves del Carmen. 

+1219 Elena. 

+ 1220 Sara. 
(145) Daniel Wright Frost, uncle of Samuel Frost Haviland, 
went to Chile and sent for his nephew, Samuel, and in a letter 
dated June 12, 1822, which is still in exiHtence, he says, in writ- 
ing back to his parents in New York State from Coquimbo, 
Chile, "My uncle, and his family are here and I have engaged 
to stay with him and do his writing one year. I am very much 
pleased with my new aunt, and in fact with all the family that 
I have met. My aunt has a mother, two sisters, and tlicy have 
the name of being one of the first families in CcMiuiinbo," Sam- 
uel finally married one of the sisters he wrote of. He was the 
first man to start a bank in Chile, and he was United States 
Consul General for many years until his death. His house is 
€ven to-day one of the handsomest in Santiago, and was the 
first house built in a modem European fashion in contrast to 
the old adobe Spanish house of that period. 

Samuel Frost Haviland, bom at Peekskill, N. Y., Dec. 22, 
1798, sailed for the west coast of South America in the winter 
of 1821-2, reaching Valparaiso, the chief seaport of Chile, 
about the month of March, 1822. After visiting Santiago, the 
Capitol, for four or five weeks, which he describes in a letter to 
his parents as being nearly as large as New York, he took a 
•hip from Valparaiso to Coquimbo, a small but important sea- 
port (on account of its copper mines), lying about two hundred 
and fifty miles north of Valparaiso. 

His uncle, (146) Daniel W. Frost, a prosperous merchant of 
the place, who carried on an extensive trade with China, had 
resided here for some time, and two years before had married 
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Sixth Generatiox 141 

Ifftilmrrwj, Iwifli firlon^ln^ Ut Hip ]t<n\, fniwWpH of iht- pUee iiikI 
of pure Hpdiiiwii <li'i*<u'nt, II f ««•<•( plcrl ft pohitloii with Iiin unrle 
at a uiilnry of «ix liiindred dollarH for one year and liifi hoard, 
after which, an lie wrote liin parcntu, having? learned the lan- 
ifUtinv, there would he xoiiie j)roni)eciK of hi* doiriff Koinelhinf( 
for hiinxelf, Ife found Coquiinho (or La Hercna a* it wan «omc- 
tiirie* called, thouf^h La Herena projier waH noinc milen away), 
a inoHt channing place, with a delightful cliiiiatc, a quaint old 
world society with simple hahits, kindly and hospitable, and 
through his connections was thrown most intimately into it. It 
is not surprising, therefore, that a few years later, in 1825, he 
married his aunt's younger sister, Dona Maria Fclisa Osandon 
e Irrebarrcn, a young lady of eighteen. Another and much 
older sister had married in 1807 Dr. George Edwards, whose 
son, Augustin, became one of the greatest bankers and capital- 
ists of the South American continent. 

In IHfJO Mr. Haviland founded in La Serena the first mining 
himk in (!liile, and it was he who issued the first btuiknotes in 
that country. The highest denomination was of one dollar, 
and bore the vignette of a horse; the next lower, of fifty cents, 
that of a ^ow ; and still aonther of twenty-five cents, that of a 
calf. These were current throughout the mining region about 
Coquimbo, being as acceptable and more portable than gold 
coin. 

Mr. Haviland was appointed United States Consul at Co- 
quimbo on March 1, IK.'JO. 

In 1842 "Don Samuel," as he was called by his friends in 
Chile, moved with his family to Santiago, the capital. He built 
a magnificent mansion on the "Alameda" between Ahuinada 
and Estado streets, which "Chile Ilustrado," the standard work 
on Chile, published 1872, speaks of as being the first well- 
constructed and elegant residence of the capital, "retaining 
to this day its original merit." 

"Don Samuel" was most hospitable and entertained most lav- 
ishly, his house being the "rendezvous" of all distinguished for- 
eigners visiting the Capital, and every Fourth of July there 
wa* a banquet, at which Americans and English were invited. 
His toast on the occasions, turning in particular to one of his 
most intimate friends, Mr. Eastman, an Englishman, who never 
missed being present, was, "Here's to the day we licked 70U,'' 



142 The Fkout Geneaix)oy 

and Mr. KaHtman never failed to respond, "Here's to tlic day 
we ffot rid of you." 

Mr. Ilavil.uid di<<l Dec, 13, 1858, and "El Ferrocarril," of 
that date, had the following notice: "Di: AT IIS— To-day at 
bJiO in Ihc morning died Don Suiiiurl J'rodt Ilaviland. ']'hi» 
diHlinK"'"'"'' K'""'"'"" t»ilahliNh('d hiiriHcIf in Chile many years 
tt^o. Owirr^f to hin efiterjjrine and indiintry he had aajiiired a 
conHidcrahlf forliine arxl liin iiieritn had W4)n for him a very hi^h 
and honorable »ocial position. He wan the fir»t who foiinde<i a 
bank in this country, whowinf^ u» practically the advantages and 
importance of thcne inntitiitionH of credit. He always took a 
part in all thone j^reat enterprises which in the last few years 
liave hccn introduced into this country, wishin/^ to contribute 
with his wealth to the always increasing development and prog- 
ress of the land of his adoption. 

"Mr. Haviland was one of those enterprising foreigners, who 
associate themselves in such a manner to our customs, inter- 
ests and prosperity that he may well be considered as a true 
Chilean citizen. 

"We deeply mourn with his family the great loss they have 
sustained." 

In the spring of 1911 a large packet of letters was found in 
an old house at Peckskill, N. Y., mostly written by Samuel 
Frost Haviland after his arrival in Chile to his parents. The 
earliest one was dated New York, Oct. 30, 1821, telling them he 
"will sail to-morrow, if they can get outside the Hook," and 
that he went "to see Mrs. Jacob Covert and she gave him a 
glass of jelly," recommending it for seasickness. Also wishes 
to be remembered to Aunt Patty Frost. 

The next letter, dated March 14, 1822, from Coquimbo, 
Chile, was from Daniel W. Frost to Samuel Frost Haviland, 
the latter having landed safely in Valparaiso, telling him if he 
cannot get accommodations there to go to the "Publick House 
kept by Mrs. Walker in Santiago," where he will meet him in 
eight or ten days. 

Under date of March 20, 1822, from Valparaiso, Samuel 
writes to his parents that he has arrived in above city but his 
Uncle Daniel was still in Coquimbo, but that his partner enter 
iained him. He sailed from New York on ship Franklin, and 
that his passage money was paid by Mr. Jeranto, guaranteed 



Sixth Generation 143 

by Mr. Field unci IiIh unclf, IJcnjumin Knapp. TIuh letter was 
adrlroHHcd to IiIh futlier at PeokHkill, cure of ('aptain Ilcqiia. 

Jan. 10, lHiii3, from Coquitnho, Saimicl writes to h'ln parents 
of tlic severity of the earthquakcH, Haying also lie has lieard 
/rorii his sister, (Charlotte, and that his sinter Sarah had moved 
to the home of ficr fathcr-iri-iaw, and that Uncle Owen's family 
in Hcipio were well and writes of his (JotiHin I'ysfher's hroken leg. 

Auf^. Hf 18^3, from (Joquimho, he writes he is anxious to see 
his parents, but that his uncle has just given him one-half in- 
terest in a hrig that is to trade on the coast and he will make 
two thousand dollars a month for at least five or six months by 
going south and bringing wheat and provisions to Coquimho, as 
they are wry scarce afid high and can he bought for very little 
in Concfplion and Valdivi/i, Also, he is about to sail for 
Huasco, to deH[)atch brig Curomtitidd with cargo of copper for 
New York or Boston. By her he sends this letter and one to 
his Cousin Ebcnczcr. Says he thinks nothing of mounting his 
mule and riding two or three hundred miles. That he rode to 
Copiapo, three hundred and fifty miles, in four days without 
the least fatigue. 

May l-l, lH^Z!i, from Coquimho, he writes among other minor 
things, that l;is uncle Daniel "has a son and duugliter." 

July 1.5, 18J;J.j, from Coquimho, to Ebcnezcr Haviland, telling 
him (Ebenezer) he will probably sail with Capt. Wm. Hale of 
the brig Carlo of New York, and addresses Ebenezer, 131 
Chatham St., New York, and that he is sending this letter "by 
the Brig Geo. Gardner, Capt. Davidson, of Baltimore." (Eben- 
ezer either did not sail at that time or lingered by the way, for 
in a letter dated April 8, 1828, Samuel writes that Ebcnezcr 
has arrived, also that he wants his father to quit keeping a 
tavern.) 

Dec. 10, 182.5, he writes to his parents from Huasco, that he 
"does not care to come back and sell tape and calico again." 

Nov. 14, 1826, from Port of Huaso, he writes to his parents 
and sisters, saying that he had married the first of lost Aug. 
Maria Felisa Osandon. 

Mch. 4, 1827, writes his father that Daniel W. Frost died 
the 13th of Dec, 1826, after an illness of weeks. 

Aug. 13, 1828, from Coquimbo he writes to parents that his 
wife and family are well and there is a boy four days old. 



144 The Fbost Genealogy 

Nov, 10, IH.'iO, from ('<Mjijiml)o In* wnU<n lie will sail for 
home in Jan, or I'tb, AIno that he lo«t hiu eldest boy Samuel 
Gilbert, and that Daniel S. is now 14 mos, old. 

Mch. 6, 1831, he writes his mother he has a daughter whom 
he has named Anne, after her. 

July 4, 1831, from Coquimbo, he writes his mother he is send- 
ing her "four hundred dollars by Mr. Hathaway, supt. cargo, 
ship, Porcia, sailing direct for N. Y. to be handed to cousin 
John Strang" for her. 

Mch. 4, 1833, from Coquimbo, he writes that the names of 
his children are : "Daniel Sandalio, Anne Felisa, John Samuel.'* 

May 14, 18-34, he writes to mother and sisters that he has 
received a letter from aunt Phcbe Haviland addressed to "poor 
Ebenezer" who had died. He sent by Capt. Clark, Ebenezcr's 
watch, chain and seal to his mother. 

Sept. 14, 18.34, he writes he hopes "cousin Daniel W. Havi- 
land is on his way out." 

Dec. 8, 1834, he writes to mother and sisters he expects 
Daniel W. Haviland daily as "he wrote he would sail on the 
first vessel leaving N. Y. after June." Also "that wife and 
four children are well." He states that when a youngster he 
had two front teeth pulled in the lower jaw and that they were 
joined together and that his parents saved them as a curiosity 
and now he writes that his son Samuel has exactly the same 
formation of the same teeth. 

Oct. 20, 1848, from Santiago, he writes Mrs. Emcline H. 
Dolton, Courtlandtown, N. Y., that he has "three young women 
daughters and four others younger." 

461 SARAH ANN, daughter of John D. and (146) Anne 
(Frost) Haviland, b. Peckskill, N. Y., Oct. 16, 1800, d. May 
7, 1886; m. Feb. 7, 1821, Stephen, b. Sept. 13, 1798, d. Dec. 
6, 1855, son of Jesse and Jane (Covert) Fowler, of Yorktoini» 
N. Y. Jesse and Jane Fowler were m. Mch. Iff, 1784. 
Issue (Fowler) : 
-f 1221 Samuel Haviland. 

1222 Onille W., b. Mch. 23, 1826; m., Ist, Phebe Mor- 
ton ; 2nd, Kate Secor. 
-1-1223 Esther. 
+1224 Edmond BedelL 



Sixth Generation 146 

1«2/J MutiriHcIl Field, b. July 9. 18f3fl, d. May 20, 1830. 

462 ELIZABETH DOWNING, daughter of John D. and 
(146) Anne (Frost) Haviland, b. Feb. 27, 1804, d. Jan. 31, 
1881 ; m. in Yorktown, N. Y. Edmond, son of J. Haviland 
and Abiprail Bedell, b. 1805, d. Sept. 17, 1886. Both buried 
Friends' Ccm. at Amawalk, N. Y. 

Issue (Bedell) : 

1226 Samuel Frost, b. 1827, d. June 24, 1851. 
+ 1227 John Haviland. 
+1228 Frances. 

463 EMELINE, daughter of John D. and (146) Anne 
(Frost) Haviland, b. Nov. 12, 1808, d. Sept. 27, 1889; m. Nov. 
13, 1838, James H., b. Nov. 17, 1814, son of James Dolton of 
Peekskill. 

Issue (Dolton) : 

1229 Oscar, b. Aug. 23, 1839; m. Hannah Reynolds. 

Had one dau. Carrie, living in Peekskill, N. Y. 

464 JACOB FROST, son of Mosos and (147) Elizabeth 
(Frost) Knapp, d. Nov. 13, 1843, age 43 yrs. 18 days. He is 
buried in the Pres. Ch. yard at Yorktown, N. Y. He m. Mch. 
13, 1831, Emeline, b. Aug. 26, 1805, d. Dec. 16, 1883, and 
buried beside her husband, daughter of Jesse and Esther (Havi- 
land) Griffin. 

Issue (Knapp) : 

1230 Shepard, m. Sarah Miller. 

1231 Henry, m. Frances Delano of Yorktown. He d. 

Oct. 18, 1881. Age 39 yrs. 3 mos. 27 days. 
Buried Yorktown, N. Y. 

1232 Moses, m. Mary ( ?). He d. Apr. 16, 1881. Age 

47 yrs. 10 mos. 21 days. Buried Yorktown, 
N. Y. 

1233 Cyrus, unm.; d. Apr, 16, 1857. Age 19 yrs. S 

mos. 21 days. Buried near parents. 

1234 Charles, d May 22, 1911, at 900 Union St., Brook- 

lyn, N. Y. ; m. Frances E. Fenton, widow of 
Daniel F. Hill. 
12dS Jacob, m. Deborah Wainwright. He is buried in 
Woodlawn Cemetery. . 



146 The Frost Geneaj:x)6Y 

466 DAVID W., son of Moses and (147) Elizabeth (Frost) 
Knapp, m. Drusilla Horton of Yorktown, N. Y. David W., b. 
May 8, 1804, d. July 6, 1882. Drusilla, b. July 25, 1808, A 
Mch- 28, 1891. Both buried Pres. Ch. yard, Yorktown, N. Y. 

Issue (Knapp) : 
+1236 Elizabeth Frost. 

1237 R. Thompson, b. Sept. 17, 1845, d. Apr. 22, 1880. 

1238 H. Matilda, d. Aug. 8, 1853. Age 19 yra. 1 mo. 

6 days. 

1239 Theodore, b. Oct. 7, 1840, d. May 8, 1909. All 

buried in Presbyterian Ch. yard at Yorktown, 
N. Y. 

469 SAllAII ANN, daughter of Mo»c« and (147) Elizabeth 
(Frost) Knapp, b. Mch. 4, 1807, m. Gilbert Haviland, b. July 
10, 1805, died July 15, 1883. 

Issue (Havilnnd) : 

1240 Gilbert D., b. Oct. 28, 1837; m. Alay 12, 1860, 

Enieline Terry. 

1241 Ebcnezer, b. Nov. 3, 1841 ; m. June 12, 1884, Le- 

titia J. Cobum, b. Feb. 12, 1839. 

1242 James W., b. Sept. 17, 1845; m. Apr. 24, 1872, 

Maggie (?). 

1243 Jacob Frost, b. July 13, 1843, d. Dec. 19, 1850. 

Buried Pres. Ch. yard, Yorktown, N. Y. 

484 PHEBE, daughter of (159) David and Lydia (Wash- 
bumc) Frost, b. Feb. 16, 1805, d. April 17, 1886; m. Jan, 15, 
1825, Norris, b. Dec. 3, 1799, d. Mch. 20, 1886, son of Aaron 
and Annie (Hill) Brown. They lived in Carmel, N. Y,, but in 
1829 moved from there to Yates Co. and from there to Gasport, 
N. Y. 

Issue (Brown) : 
+1244 Lydia A., b. Sept. 3, 1830, 
+ 1245 Newton L., b, Apr, 9, 1K26, 
+1246 Sarah C, b. May 11, 1842. 

485 SARAH, daughter of (169) David and Lydia (Wash- 
bume) Frost, b. June 25, 1795, d. June 8, 1862 ; m. Charles, who 
d. Apr. 13, 1873. Age 82 yrs, son of James and Priscilla A. 



Sixth Oknebation 147 

(Cole) Townsend. James Townsend was a Revolutionary sol- 
dier and a general in the War of 1812, and died March 13, 
1832, age 76 yrs. His wife died June 11, 1839, age 83 yrs. 
Both are buried in the old Baptist Cem. at Carmel, N. Y., close 
to David Frost and his wife. Sarah and her husband lived in 
Brewster, N. Y. and their old home is in the possession of their 
iprandson Frank. 
Issue (Townsend) : 
+1247 Naomi, b. Oct. 19, 1823. 
-1-1248 David Frost, b. Feb. 16, 1822. 
+1249 Emily, b. July 17, 1813. 
+12C0 Albert, b, Feb, 2, 1K19, 

1251 Lydia Ann, b. Mch. 2, 1817, d. May 0, 1848, 
Buried Bap. Cem., Carmel, N. Y. 
+1252 Jacob, b, Oct. 24, 1833. 
+1253 Charles, b. Jan. 2, 1827. 
+ 1254 Juliette, b. Dec. 20, 1835. 

1256 Almira, b. Mch. 26, 1816, d. Dec. 28, 1891. 
1256 Orrin, b, Oct. 11, 1811, d. Dec. 6, 1890. 

480 SAMUEL WAHIIIJUUNK, hom of (159) David and 
Lydia (Washburnc) FroHt, b. Feb. 12, 1H02, d. ubt. 1830; m. 
Mary, d. Sept. 16, 1859. Age 57 yrs. 9 mos. 9 days, daughter 
of David and I'olly (M/iviland) U'tuUn]]. She Im buried in the 
church com. at Towncrs Four Corners, N. Y., and he in the old 
cem. at Haviland Hollow. Mary Birdsall was the grand- 
daughter of JatneH Birdsall and Ilnnnah (Akin) and James 
was son of Nathan, the first .sellkr on Quaker Hill, N. V. Tlic 
old home of James, in Haviland Hollow is Htill in a fair state 
of preservation. Hannah Akin was the d/iuglitcr of David who 
in 1711 m. Sarah Allen, daughter of Ebenezer and Abigail 
Allen, and grand-daughter of Ralph, son of George. David 
Akin moved to Quaker Hill in 1741 and d. 1779. He is men- 
tioned as a private in Field's Reg't, Hecock's Co., Dutchess Co. 
in New York, in the Revolution, but if it be a fact, he must have 
been a very old man. He was the son of John and Mary 
(Briggs) Akin of Portsmouth. John was a Capt. in King 
Phillip's War, b. 1663, d. June 13, 1746. His will was filed in 
Taunton, Mass. His mother was Mary, who purchased land in 
Newport, R. I., Sept. 22, 1676, having moved from Porto- 



148 The Frost Genealogy 

mouth, Mass., to Dartmouth, R. I. The name of the father 
I have not ascertained, but thej were both of Scotch descent« 
and in the Heraldry OfHcc in Kdinburf(, Scotland, a musty vU\ 
volume contains a \onf( account of this family. The crest wan 
found at Ah\H)ii»tor6 among the Scotts and the motto was "In 
Cruce Httlus." 
Issue: 
+ 1257 Alvah HaTiland, b. Jan. S0, 1826. 

487 JAMES, son of (159) David and Lydia (Washbume) 
Frost, b. Mch, 30, 1797, d- July 80, 18.'50, bur. Bap, Com,, Car- 
mrl, N, v.; m. 1H20, Hoj.liia, b, Carmrl, N, Y., Ihe. 1», 1800, 
d. Ilarriiibur^, Irid,, July 11, 18(17, daughter of Joslah and 
M«hitable (Hiiiith) KilUy. Thfi latter families were originally 
from ('aj)c Cod. Afti-r the d«-ath of James, Sophia moved with 
her family, to Conncrsvillr, Ind,, where some ot the Kellcy's 
had previously gone, IJcfore the death of James they owntd 
« farm on Joe's Hill in Southeast, N. Y., near the Croton 
River. 
Issue: 
+ 12.58 Hyatt, b. Mch. 4, 1827. 
+ 12r>9 Charhs, b, Oct, 11, 1822, 
+ 1200 Lydia A., b, Aug, 12, IHai. 
+ 1201 O.orge W., b, July 28, 1834. 
+1262 Eli, b. Nov, 9, 18.'n. 

1263 Caroline, b. Apr, 4, 1829, d. Feb. 12, 1869; ta. 
Oct. fl, 18Hfl, at Hurrihl)urg, Ind,, John B« 
Wt'lU and had om- non, Hyatt, d. 7 mos. 
+ 1264 Cafharim-, tnin of Carolin*', b, Apr. 4, 1829, 
+ 126r> Surah J„ b, Mch, 16, 18.'i0. 

488 LYDIA, daughter of (1/59) David and Lydia (Wash- 
bume) Frost, b. Carmcl, N. Y„ Aug. 17, 1800, d, Oct. 14, 1878, 
at Kent, N, Y, ; m. 181C, Eli«ha J„ d. June 4, 1879, in his 87th 
year, at Kent, N, Y., son of Daniel and Susannah (Ogden) 
Cole. Daniel Cole b, 1744, d. Dec, 10, 1831, was a brother of 
Pn»cilU Cole who m. Gen. James Townsend. Susannah (Og- 
den) Cole d. Nov. 3. 1857. Age 102 yrs. 4 mos. 8 days and it 
buried in Carmel, N. Y. Daniel Cole was the son of Elish* 
CoU A Dot«d Baptist of Carmcl, N. Y. Elisha J. Col«, hiu* 




(N.I, 4HT) 




Ki.i Fk«w at it Vii», 
(No. 12(13) 



HiXTK Gknkhation 149 

band of Lydia, flrst married Rachel, b. 1799, d. Jan. 1, 1615, 
daughter of Joiiephuf and Ruth (Owen) Tillott. 
Imuc (Cole): 

1266 George HarnAon, m. Charlotte Chase. Isiuc: Ger- 
trude, d. abt, 1895; Cyruu, dec. 1887 (?). 
+1267 Charlcn N,, b, Jan. or July 1, 1820. 

1268 Zillah, d. Nov. 10, 1821. Age 2 yri. Buried Old 

Bap. Ccm., Carmel, N. Y. 

1269 Antoynettc, d. July 2.S, 1837. Age 12 yri. 9 raoi. 

7 dayH, buried near her siRtcr. 

489 JOHN UNDERHILL, son of (160) Underbill and 
Jane (Gcnung) Frost, b, Carmel, N. Y., Mch. 31, 1795, d. 
Dec. 31, 1842, at Millcrton, Pa.; m. Phcbc, b. Dec. 6, 1793, d. 
Tioga Co., Pa., Feb. 7, 1855, daughter of Sullivan D. and 
Suaannah (Garrison) Ilubbdi. 

It«ti« : 

1270 Selfth, b. 1823; m. Matilda Wiloon and hiulj 

George, Samuel, John, Rosa and Monroe. 
+1271 Mahala, b. 1816. 

1272 Sufinn J., m, Thog. Baker and had Julia, Treita, 

William, Charles. 

1273 Gilbert, unm. ; (1274) Oninge, unm. ; (1275) 

Batliia, m. Austin Ilctnn and had one child; 
(1276) Maria, unm.; (1277) Warren; (1278) 
Aaron; (1279) Phcbc; (1280) Edmund. 

490 JACOB, son of (160) Underbill and Jane (Genung) 
Frost, b. Feb. 21, 1797; m. Temperance Owens. 

Issue : 

1281 Jomcs, b. 1818, d. 1866; m. Lavinia Tompkins. 

Lived Wotkins, N. Y. 

1282 Abraham, b. 1826, d. 1908. Buried Beaver 

Dams, N. Y. Two children: Temperance and 
Emily. 

1283 Arzilia. 

1284 Jane, b. 1821; m. W. Cuffman. Issue: Alvin, 

John, James, George, Fidelia. 
1S86 Phebe, b. 1832, d. 1909, La Grange, Ind; m. 
Rockwell. Issue : Gilmore, Francis. 



150 The Frost Gemeaix)OT 

1286 Samanthy, living 1910 in Beaver Danw, N. Y. 

+ 1287 Undcrhill. 

+1288 Adalade. 

1289 Horton, b. 1843. 

The sons were all dead prior to 1910. 

491 SELAH, son of (160) Underbill and Jane (Genung) 
Frost, b. Feb. 26, 1799, d. Dec. 4, 1868; m. Sarah (?) who d. 
1868. 

Issue : 

1290 John; (1291) Jane. Thej moved to Gainesville, 

Ind. 

492 ARYSLIA, daughter of (160) Undcrhill and Jane 
(Genung) Frost, b. Feb. 26, 1799, m. Gordon Palmer. They 
lived and died in Beaver Dams, N. Y. 

Issue (Palmer) : 

1292 George, m. Margaret Bucher. 

1293 Anna, m. L. Niffin. 

1294 Selah, m. Ruth Lybolt. Issue: Elmer, Eugene, 

Etta, Effie, John. 

1295 Phebe, m. Niffin. 

1296 Almcda, m. Lote Smith. 

1297 Minerva. 

493 DAVID, son of (160) Underbill and Jane (Genung) 
Frost, b. Carmcl, N. Y., May 6, 1801, d. Feb. 27, 1877; m. 
Mrs. Nancy ( Vnndevcnder) Bryant. 

Issue: 

1298 Byron, lived Beaver Dams, N, Y. Issue: Erwin, 

Eletha who m. Edw. Stevens. 

1299 Jane, b. 1822, d. 1910, age 79 yrs. 

1300 Harriett, b. 1826, lives Beaver Dams, N. Y. 

1301 Jackson, d. young. 

495 HORTON, son of (160) UnderhiU and Jane (Genung) 
Frost, b. Carmel, N. Y., Feb. 11, 1805, d. Mendota, 111., where 
he had gone to live with his only daughter and was buried there. 
He was a blacksmith at Millsport, N. Y., for twenty-five years, 
and m. Editha Cunningham, b. 1806, d. 1888. He d. Mch. 26, 
1886. 



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GeoaoB Fiosr axd his home at Watkixs, N. Y. 
(X». 498) 



Sixth Generation 161 

Imuc : 

1302 Mary, b. 1828, d, 1891 ; m. Lcroy McKey and left 
no issue. 
+1303 Frank, b. 1842. 

1304 William, b. 1844; m. Minnie Owens. Issue: Wil- 

liam, Robert, Emily. Lives Elmira, N. Y. 

497 HIRAM, son of (160) Underbill and Jane (Genung) 
Frost, b. Carmel, N. Y., Jan. 6, 1809; m. ( ?). Moved to Wis- 
consin. 

Issue : 

1305 George, lived Almond, Wis. ; (1306) Hyatt, whose 

widow keeps a drug store in Wis.; (1307) 
Sarah, m. Dr. Guernsey; (1308) Delilah. 

498 GEORGE, son of (160) Underbill and Jane (Genung) 
Frost, b. May 28, 1811, d. July 8, 1899, was a blacksmith and 
hardware merchant, and lived and died in Watkins, N. Y. ; m. 
Oct. 30, 1839, Catherine Shewman, b. Jan. 28, 1820, d. 1891, 
buried Watkins, N. Y., daughter of John and Lana (Ham- 
mond) Shewman. 

Issue : 
+ 1309 TriHRa, b, Feb, 20, 1841, . 
+ 1310 CcIcMtift A,, b, Oct. 9, 1H44, 
+ 1311 Albert C, b. July 29, 1K54. 

1312 Charles Lcland, b. July 16, 1861, d, young. 
Undcrhill, father of George, moved from Canncl, N. Y., in 
1811 to the then "West." His wife rode horseback and he 
walked all the way from Carmel to Hector, N. Y., and in two 
weeks after their arrival George was bom. The saddle Jane 
used had been a wedding gift and her name was worked on the 
inside. 

After George was m. he lived at Newficld, N. Y., for twelve 
years, then moved to Dix, Schuyler Co., about four miles from 
Watkins. 



499 ALLEN, son of (160) Underbill and Jane (Genung) 
Frost, b. May «8, 1813, d. Oct. ««, ( ?) ; m. Mary, daughter of 
William Crum. 



152 The Fbost Genealogy 

Issue: 

+1313 Sarah; (1314) Angcline. 

600 JANE, daughter of (160) Underhill and Jane (Ge- 
nung) Frost, b. Oct. 4, 1815, d. Feb. 20, 1894; ra. Cornelius 
Duvall, a fanner, who lived in Beaver Dams, N. Y. 

Issue: 

1315 John, m. Sarah Colcgrave and had Jennie, who m. 
a Woolley and also a son Dean; (1316) Wm., 
lived Beaver Dams, N. Y.; (1317) Susie; 
(1318) Frankie D., m. C. Shewman; (1319) 
Delina. 

502 ORVILLE C, son of (161) George and Mary (Cole) 
Fro8t, b. Kent, N. Y., 1805, d. June 20, 1888, bur. Penn Yan, 
N. Y. ; m. 1839, Sarah M., b. Kent, N. Y., Apr. 26, 1806, <L 
June 22, 1847, dau. of James and Susannah (Boyd) Smalley of 
Carmel, N. Y. 
Issue: 
+ 1320 Susan E., b. May 22, 1840. 
+1321 Sarah M., b. June 9, 1847. 

1322 George, d. infancy. 

603 MORRIS, son of (161) George and Mary (Cole) 
Frost, m. Adeline Cole, daughter of Joshua and Nancy (Hop- 
Icins) Cole. Joshua was the son of Elisha Cole of Carmel, 
N. Y., and also grandsop of Elinha Cole and Nancy was daugh- 
ter of Joseph and Elizabeth (Townscnd) Hopkins. 

Issue: 

1323 Susan, m. Floyd Higgins of Chicago. Issue :EIlft, 

Minnie, Husan, d. Los Angeles, Ciil. 
1924 Laura, m. Emory Iliggins. Lived near Albion, 
Mich, 
Hon. Morris Frost spent much of his time in Washington 
State and d. at Seattle, where he had been very prominent in 
Tarioos business enterprises. He served several terms ai mem- 
ber of Assembly. Lived in Mich., when hi* grandmother, Barahv 
died. 



Sixth Generation 



153 



604- LAURA, daughter of (161) George and Mary (Cole) 
Frost, b. Carmel, Oct. 30, 1808, d. Pcnn Yan, N. Y., Oct. 30, 
1886; m. Jan. 2, 1828. Caleb, b. Carmel, N. Y., Aug. 5, 1805, 
d. Penn Yan, N. Y., June 20, 1899, son of John and Deborah 
(Drew) Hazcn, of Carmel. John Hazcn, was b. July 17, 1773, 
at Carmel and d. there Feb. 11, 1823. He m. Deborah Drew in 
Dec, 1800. She was b. May 18, 1781, d. Aug. 4, 1834, 
daughter of Isaac and Sarah (Ferris) Drew. Isaac Drew was 
half brother of the noted Daniel Drew, and was also a Revolu- 
tionary soldier. 
Issue (Hazen) : 

1326 Mary, b. Oct. 26, 1828, d. July 16, 1863, buried 
I'cnn Yan, N. Y. At the time of her death she 
was engaged to marry Rev. C. C. Norton, who 
later m. u sister of George Z. Noble, and who 
was for many years and until the time of his 
death pastor of the Central Park Baptist 
Church in East 83rd St., N. Y. City. 
Anna Deborah, b. Aug. 31, 1830. 
George, b. Aug. 21, 1832, d. Oct. 20, 1857. Bur- 
ied Grand Rapids, Mich. 
John, b. Aug. 25, 1834, d. Nov. 13, 1854. Buried 

Penn Yan, N. Y. 
Oscar, b. Nov. 6, 1838, d. Apr. 2, 1839. Buried 

Penn Yan, N. Y. 
Helen, b. Feb. 26, 1841. 
Isaac, b. July 25, 1843, d. Dec. 17, 1844. Buried 

Penn Yan, N. Y, 
CuliHtu, b, Sept. 6, 1845, d, Oct, 21, 1869. Buried 
Pcnn Yan, N. Y. ; m. Jan. 1, 1867, Rev. E. P. 
Brigliain. No issue. 
Gertrude, b, Nov. Ifl, 1847, unm., lived Penn Yan, 

N. Y., 1910. 
ClmrU'H, b. Jan. 6, 1850, d. May 83, 1875. Buried 
Pcnn Yan, N, Y.; m. July 4, 1873, to Julia B. 
Wells. No issue. 
Willct, b. Juno 24, 1858. 

Julia, b. July 5, 1836, d. Dec. 26, 1840. Buried 
Carmel, N. Y. 



-fl326 
1327 

1328 

1329 

+1330 
1331 

1332 

1338 
1834 



+1886 
1886 



154 The Feost Genealogy 

The first eight of the above were born in Carmel, N. Y., the 
remainder in Penn Yan, N. Y. 

507 GEORGE, son of Joseph and (162) Phcbe (Frost) 
Cole, b. Dec. 23, 1797, d. Dec. 4, 1826. Buried on Cole farm, 
near Long Pond, Carmel, N. Y.; m. Maj 6, 1822, Elizabeth 
Merrick. 

Issue (Cole) : 

1337 An infant, bur. Carmel, N. Y., Oct. 5, 1822. 

1338 Harry, b. 1824, who started to visit his grand- 

mother in Beaver Dnnis, N. Y., was taken ill, 
returned home and died. 

608 CHARLES G., son of Joseph and ( 162) Phebc (Frost) 
Cole, b. Aug. 14, 1800, d. Beaver Dums, N. Y., April 7, 1846; 
m. Feb. 6, 18.30, Mary Jane, b. Brewster, N. Y., Dec. 12, 1808, 
d. June 17, 1897, daughter of Samuel and Hannah (Wright) 
Bailey. They had seven children, whose names I have been 
unable to learn. 

Charles and his brother Ira settled near Beaver Dams in 
1830. They went frofu Carmel via Erie Canal to Geneva, and 
up Seneca Lake to Geneva, then to Watkins, N. Y., and from 
there to Beaver Dau)s. The trip took one week. Their 
uncle, Undcrliill FroHt, Iwid previously settled there. They built 
two lo^ cabin* and each of them had a family of seven children. 

511 ASAHEL, son of Joseph and (162) Phebe (Frost) 
Cole, b, June r,, 1HM, d. Kept. 25, IHHJ, lived at Beaver Dams, 
N. Y.{ m. Mary Afim, I), iUmn., 6. Mch. ««, 1890, ditUKhier of 
Irm and Lavinia Savory. 

Issue (Cole) : 

1339 Melissa, m. Chas, son of Green and Cynthia (Mc- 

Lure) Bennett, No issue. TJve Watkins, N. Y. 

1540 Harlan, d. Mch, fl, 1902, WntkJns, N. Y.j in. 

Helen Leonard, Innuc: E<lith, Mortimer of 
Youngstown, Ohio. 

1541 Ira 8., d. Nov. 8, 1908. Buried, Montour Palls, 

N. Y.; m. Marj Hendricks. Issue: Clarence,. 
Oeorge, Claude. All deo. 



Sixth QENESATioir 155 

612 MINERVA R., daughter of Joseph and (162) Phcbe 
(Frost) Cole, b. Aug. 30, 1817, d. N. Y. City, Mch, 21, 1894; 
m. at Beaver Dams, N. Y., Oct. 17, 1843, Uriah R., b. Hornby, 
N. Y., 1815, d. 1894, son of George and Phebe (Rockwell) 
Patchen. 

Issue (Patchen) : 

1342 Minnie, m. A. M. Virgil and conducts "Piano 
Conservatory and School of Public Perform- 
ance" in N. Y. City. 
+1343 George Henry. 

616 ALZADA, daughter of (163) Sylvanus and Sarah 
(Boyd) Frost, b. Kent, N. Y., Feb. 11, 1805, d. Reading, N. Y,, 
July 14, 1842; m. Feb. 18, 1838, at Starkcy, N. Y., Hugh M. 
Weaver. 

Issue (Weaver) : 

1344 Almcda, b. Reading, N. Y., July 14, 1840; m. 

Feb. 16, 1862, L. B. Knox, and lives Lansing- 

villc, Tompkins Co., N. Y. 
1346 Al/.ada, b. July 26, 1845, lives (1910) Watkins, 

N. Y. 

617 MERENDA, daughter of (163) Sylvanus and Sarah 
(Boyd) Front, b. Virnon, N. Y., Aug. 29, IHOH. d. Tyrone, 
Schuyler Co., N. Y„ June 9, 1884; m. Jan. 16, 1836, Starkcy, 
N. Y., William Willovcr. 

IiHUC (Willover) ; 

1346 John A„ b. Tyrone, Schuyler Co., N. Y., Sept. 
26, IH.'Jflj III. Ma Norton of Hinsdale, Cattarau* 
gii»» Co,, N. V. 

1847 Eli, h. Tyrone, N. Y., Jan. 26, 1837, dec. prior to 
1910 ;m. EmnmLittcIi. 

1348 Harvey, h. Tyrone, N. Y., Nov. 6, 18.39; m. Feb. 
22, 1H63, Sarah Jane Duncnbery of S. Brad- 
ford, HitiilR-n Co., N. Y. 

618 TERESA, daughter of (163) Sylvanun and Sarah 
(Boyd) Frost, b. Vernon, Subbcx Co., N. Y., July 26, 1810, d. 
Dec. 6, 1888, bur. Reading Center, N. Y. ; m. Jan. 13, 1836, 
at Starkcy, N. Y„ William Rom, b. Mch. 10, 1807, d. Nov. 
Mt 1885, 



106 The Fbost Genealoot 

iMue (Ron): 

13*9 Edward 8., b. KImira, N, Y., Oct. 30, 1836. 

1360 Hyatt D., b, Slarkey, Vatcu Co., N. Y., July 16, 
1840; m. Feb. 3, 1869, Ellen Ascher, of Star- 
key, N. Y. 

1351 Louise, b. Reading Center, N. Y., Apr. 9, 1846, 
unrn. 

185« Sarah, b. Aug, 22, 1847, at Reading Center, U. 
v., (I. Dundee, N. Y., Yute» Co., Nov. 13, 
IHliii in. Nov. 30, 1804, at Heading Center, 
N. Y., Cyrutj M, Sawyer, of Dundee, N. Y. 

028 MARIETTA, daughter ot (160) Jacob and Suiann* 
(Wood) Ero»t, b, June 30, 1815; m. 1844, John W., b. Pough- 
kcepHie, 1815, Non of James who was son ot Isaac Fctchett. John 
W. owned an 150-acre farm in Poughkeepsie, N. Y, 

Issue (Fetchctt): 

1363 Anna. 

1364 George R. 
1.366 Myers. 

1366 Sarah Frances. 

532 DAVID TILLE, son of (165) Jacob and Susanna 
(Wood) Frost, b. July a3, 1824; in. Nov. 26, 1851, June Ann, 
b. Hyde Park, N. Y., Jan. 24, 1834, daughter of Joseph Cary 
•od Zilpha (Powell) Doty. 

biuc: 

1857 Norman, b. Pleasant Valley, N. Y., went to Han- 

nibal, Mo. 

1858 Frank Warren, b. 1860, d. unm., at Galveston, 

Texas, May, 1888. 

1869 Charles Kprague, b. Jan. 14, 1862, wont to Gal- 
veston, Texas, d. Dallas, Texas, 1000; m. Es- 
telle 'IVibout. Roth dec, prior to 1810. Issues 
Claude L„ b. 1891; Lucille, b. 1892; Helen 
Doty, b. 1895; Charles S. b. Mch., 1898; 
Jules G. 

I860 Spencer Cary, b. May 14, 1864 ; m. Lizzie Lackey 
of Sherwood, Texas, and has two children. 
Lives Dallas Texas. Issue : Cleo, b. 1904 ; Spen- 
cer Cary, b. 1905. 




I'nor, mur.nn V, I- now 
(Vo, AM) 



Sixth Generatiok 157 

A David Tille Frost died in Galveston, Texa«, in the 1890'«, 
but if the above, bad no way of verifying. He at one time 
lived in Fletninglon, N, J,, but wa« bom and brought up in 
Dutchess Co., N. y., near Salt Point. 

533 GEORGE RICHMOND, son of (165) Jacob and Sus- 
anna (Wood) Frost, b. Pleasant Valley, N. Y., Oct. 20, 1827, 
d. Feb., 1908; m. Jan, 8, 18G5, Catharine, b. Hyde Park, N. Y., 
Jan, 3, 1837, living 1910 in Pouglikccpsic, N. Y., daughter of 
Joseph Cary and Zilpha (Powell) Doty. 

Issue: 
+1361 Arthur Doty, b, Dec. 18, 1867. 

634 SIMEON TAYLOR, son of (165) Jacob and Susanna 
(Wood) Frost, b. Pleasant Valley, N. Y., April 22, 1831, liv-. 
ing Mount Vernon, N, Y., 1910; m. Aug. 19, 18.58, Plicbc Vin- 
cent, dau;:^hter of Jonathan Ivlwards and Hcpsibcth Maria 
(Vincent) Wheeler of Verbank, N. Y, 

He was the youngest son of Jacob and Susanna (Wood) 
Frost. Graduated at Yale, 18.57, Teacher for more than fifty 
years. In charge of Latin and Greek, and the Preparatory De- 
partment of the Hudson River Inst. ; for several years Principal 
and Proprietor of Amenia Seminary, and for 12 years Principal 
of Mcridcn High School. He thoroughly enjoyed his profes- 
sion, and never knew a day when he was weary of his work. 
His unusual power as a teacher was in his ability to inspire his 
pupils. He was gifted with an extraordinary memory, could 
quote by the hour from the standard authors, and he made 
Literature attractive to every pupil. 

He re-wrote McNally's High School Geography, adding 
"Frost's Geography Outside the Text-Books." Is a member 
of the American Geographical Society. He contributed to 
Harper's Magazine a series of papers on Popular Natural His- 
tory. All his life a frequent lecturer on Literary subjects, and 
gave courses of lectures before the Chautauqua of various 
States. 
Issue: 

1362 Edward Wheeler. 
1S63 Laura Reddington. 
1864 Helen Vincent. 



158 The Fkost Genealogy 

1365 Alice Thorn. 

1366 Hadlej, a designer, N. Y. City. 

1367 Robert Launitz, lawyer, Milwaukee, Wis., "Frost 

& Frost." 

1368 Walter Arclier, twin of Robert L., lawyer, Boston, 

Mass.; m. Susan W. (McCurdy) O'Neil. 
Edw, Wheeler Frost, born Southington, Conn., May 28, 
1859; A.B., Harvard, 1884; studied Harvard Law School; mar- 
ried Ida C. Canfield of Manistee, Mich., Oct. 19, 1886. Ad- 
mitted to the bar, 1886; removed to Milwaukee 1887; now mem- 
ber of the law firm Frost & Frost. Member of Am. Bar Associa- 
tion; Wisconsin Bar Association; Chairman of Wis. National 
Child Labor Com. ; Delegate Universal Congress Lawyers and 
Jurists, St. Louis, 1904; National Divorce Congress, Wash- 
ington, 1906; National Immigration Conference, 1906; Na- 
tional Convention of Commissioners on Uniform Law$, 
1906; Secretary International Juvenile Court Com.; Chairman 
Wis. State Board of Arbitration ; Chairman Com. on Marriage 
and Divorce of Unifonn State Law Com. ; Chairman Executive 
Com. of Associated Charities of Milwaukee. 

537 JOHN WRIGHT, son of (166) Joel and Martha 
(Wright) Frost, b. June 23, 1792, Yorktown, N. Y., d. Croton- 
on-Hudson, Sept. 7, 1882; m. Feb. 25, 1819, Phebe, b. Jan. 9, 
1800, d. Nov. 2, 1853, dau. of Adonijah and Mary (Haight) 
Cocks of Cortland, N. Y. 

John Wright was a pioneer brick manufacturer, also many 
years in the mercantile business at Croton Landing. Director 
in Westchester National Bank at Peekskill, N. Y. ; Supervisor 
at Cortland, N. Y., for 12 years. 1831 represented his district 
in the N. Y. State Assembly. A Whig and staunch Republican. 
Was in the War of 1812. He retired at a comparatively early 
period of life to his country seat, which he had built on a high 
point of land one-half mile from Croton Landing, commanding 
an almost unbroken view of the Hudson River for fifteen miles 
up and down and five miles across. 

Phebc, was a "Friend." a model housekeeper and a superior 
pastry cook and, although they kept three servants, she did her 
own cooking. She was an acceptable exhorter and counsellor 
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she might be spared a lingering illncHH and her v/'mh was 
panted. Her husband was building a fountain, and as she was 
■tarting for a ride she cautioned her husband to be careful in 
his work, saying, "Now, John, it would be awful if thee were 
to be brought in dca<l," The old horse she drove was considered 
gentle and safe, but while going over a steep hill he commenced 
to back and Phebc with horse and carriage went over a forty- 
foot embankment, both being instantly killed. 
If sue: 

1869 Cyrus, b. Cortland, N, Y., May 20, 1820, d. May 
30, 1904. Never married. Was with his father 
in store at Croton Landing and later on his own 
account and also in brick business with his 
brothers. President of the Wstchcster National 
Bank, in Peekskill many years. He was of stout 
build, medium height and thoroughly enjoyed a 
good joke. 
1370 Orrin, b. Cortland, N. Y., Feb. 6, 1822, d. Croton, 
N. Y., April 2, 1901. Engaged in the manu- 
facture of brick with his brothers. Never mar- 
ried and lived with his father. 
1871 Harriet, b. Sept. 6, 1825, d. unm., Jan. 2, 1889. 
137« Ann, b. June 12, 1829, d. unm. Aug. 18, 1873. 
1878 Eugene, b. Cortland, N. Y., Aug. 1, 1836; m. N. 
Y. City, Mrs. Harriet (Mason) Carrigan. He 
was Harbor Master of the Port of New York 
for inutiy years, but later retired to the homo 
built by his fatlior at Croton-on-IIudson, where 
he leads a retired and pleasing existence, devoted 
to his flowers and gardens. 
1874 Milton, b. Cortland, N. Y., July 26, 1840, living 
Peekskill, N. Y., 1911; m. Julia Montgomery 
Wells, daughter of Albert, who was president of 
Peekskill Academy over thirty years. Milton is 
Yale graduate and was for many years in U. S. 
Internal Revenue Service. Supt. of Schools for 
Westchester County, and also a teacher of lan- 
guages. Issue: Harriett, Ann, Amelia; an in- 
valid son died young; Henry L., who is cm- 
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160 The Fbort Genealogy 

daughter who married Ilev. Thomas C. Strausi; 
Emma M., who lives with her father in Peeks- 
kill, N. Y. 

638 ELIZABETH, daughter of (166) Joel and Martha 
(Wright) Frost, b. Yorktown, N. Y., June 12, 1794, d. Hyde 
Park, N. Y., Mch. 7, 1890; m. Dr. William Green Hopkins, of 
Cannel, N. Y., b. June 12, 1788. He was a descendant of a 
■igner of the Declaration of Independence. 

Issue (Hopkins) : 

1375 William Harrison, b. Carmel, N. Y., Feb. 4, 1814, 
an M.D. ; m. Jemima Van Bcnschotcn and had 
issue: Elias, who had two sons; John, in drug 
bueincss, Hyde Pork, N. Y. ; Wm. H,, who re- 
sirJcd in Providence, 11, I,, 1891 ; Harriett, m. 
Hicluird TituH of 'J'itunvitlc, DutchcKS Co., N. 
Y. He wnn in woolen buniness with his father 
and d. before 1891 leaving large family; Wal- 
ter, who m. Miss West. 
+1376 Calista. 

1.S77 Phcbc June, b. Carmel, N. Y., Apr. 20, 1810, d. 
unmarried. 

1378 Alonzo H., m. and left a dau. who m. a Mr. Part- 

ridge. 

639 CORNELIA, daughter of (166) Joel and Martha 
(Wright) Frost, b. Pcckskill, N. Y., Jan. 18, 1797, d. Brooklyn, 
N. Y., Nov, 1, 1889; m, Nov. 1, 1820, John Hyatt Lockwood 
of New York and Brooklyn, 

Issue (Lockwood): 

1379 Frances D., m. ond had two daughters. 

1380 Malvina, d. unm. 

1381 Caroline, m. Geo. Kohler, d. leaving one dau. 

1382 Martha, m. Geo. Barlow of Brooklyn, N. Y. 

040 MLE8, son of (166) Joel and Martha (Wright) 
Frost, b, Pcekukill, N, Y., May 1, 1800, d. thert 
Mch. 26, 1881 ( m. Margaret, dau. of 25oph«r 
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1884 Joel W., m. Delia C. dau. Reuben Finch. No issue. 

Joel went to Cal. in 1849 but returned. 
1385 Charles, m. Josephine M. Hunt of Pcckskill, and 

had Charles ; Jennie T., m. Frcd'k Ilurlburt, one 

child, Frcd'k, Jr.; Annie, unm. ; Josephine M. 

iintn. ; Mar^jaret T., m. Wm. O. Preston of 

I'cckHkill, N. Y. No issue. 
1880 George, unrn. 

1887 Amelia J., m. Edward B,, son of Reuben R. Finch, 

and had Marj^arct F., unm.; Charles II,, d. in- 
fancy; Virf^iiiia F., d. infancy; James W., m. 
1st, Winifred Kipp and had two children, 
James W. and Winifred; he m., 2nd, Nettie 
Bosworth and had one child, Elsie. 

1888 Marpfarct A., m. Wm. A. Hunt a lawyer of Pecks- 

kill, N. Y., and had Margaret F., unm. ; Jessie 
C, m. LuciliuB Mosely; Wm. A., Jr., m. Alma 
Ukcrs and had Margaret A. ; Catharine ; Otis ; 
Wm. A. Jr. 

1889 Virginia, unm. 

1890 Emma, m. Oct. 18, 18(]8, Alfxandnr Richmond, 

who for many yi:nr» was confidential clerk to th« 
father of Hetty Green. He was the son of Jo- 
shua Richmond, and was b. New Bedford, Mass., 
July 11, 1836. 

041 JOEL, son of (\M) Jool and Martha (Wright) 
Frost, b, Croton, N. Y„ Aug. 81, 180.3; m. Jane, dau. of 
Atnpelias and Abigail (Pierce) Yeomans, of Carmcl, N. Y. 
iMue : 

1391 Theodore. 

1892 Thcron, m. Margaret Buckhout of Sing Sing, N. 

Y., and had Minnie. 
1898 Martha, m. Solomon Beadle. Issue: Frank, resid- 
ing Cedar Rapids, la., 1891. 
1894 Cordelia, m, Frank Cadwell. Living Rochelle, IlL, 
1891, 8 children. 



162 The Frost Genealogt 

1S95 Wright, Veterinarj Surgeon. Living Iowa, 1891 ; 8 

children. 
1396 Cicero, m. Mary Ann Miller, dau. of James of 

Putnam Co., IIL, and had Charles. Tessic, Alice, 

Lillie, Arthur, residing Lee Center, Lee Co., 

IIL 

542 HORACE, son of (166) Joel and Martha (Wright) 
Frost, b. Croton Landing, N. Y., Sept. 4, 1806; m. Feb, 14, 
1827, Maria, b. Mch. UH, 1808, d. May 18, 1860, dau. of Adon- 
ijah and Mary (Haight) Cocks. 

Issue: 

1397 Mary, b, Nov. 18, 1827, d. Mch, 27, 1830, 

1398 M.liM/i, b. H.pt, 4, 18:J0, d, Mch, 14, IH.'H ?). 
1999 Ft'nIitKiiul, b. Fib, 1/5, 18;)!; m, Jun, U, 18/J4, 

Sanili Ann 'iVid, b, .J/m, iU), 18;J5, and had 
Hotiicr 11,, b, Sept. 1, 1857, liv, Tarrytown, N. 
Y.; Charics 11. W,, b. Apr. 27, 1860, liv. 
Tarrytown, N. Y, ; Irene, b, Oct. 22, 1861. 
Ferdinand followed the water since maturitj 
and was a steamboat captain of the Day Line 
from N. Y. to Albany on the boat "Albany." 

1400 Oscar, b. Sept. 18, 1833, d, Feb, 9, 1834. 

1401 Leander, b. June 6, 1836. 

1402 Scrcnia, b. Nov. 10, 1837, d, Sept. 23, 1844. 

1403 Anfion, b, Mch. 10, 1841, d. June 6, 1841. 

1404 Elmira, b. Oct. 27, 1842. 

1405 Anthony, b. Apr. 26, 1845, d. July 14, 1854. 

Horace m., 2nd, Margaret Wright, a widow. 
Issue : 

1406 Laura. 

544 SAMUEL, son of (168) John and Cornelia (Delavan) 
Frost, b. Carrael, N. Y., Feb. 6, 1803, was a farmer at Lake 
Mohegan and Prattsburg, N. Y., d. latter place; m. Armenia 
Seely of Somers, N. Y. 
Issue: 

+1407 Mary Elizabeth. 

1408 Carrie Amanda, b. Oct. 20, 1830; m. Sept. 6, 
1848, Carmel, N. Y., Jeremiah, son of Daniel 
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Her second husband was named Lewis. She m. 
a third time. 
1409 John H., b. Yorktown, N. Y., July 17, 1842, a 
wagon maker; m. Prattsburg, N. Y., 1869, 
Rose J., dau. of Martin and Rosetta (Burlew) 
Youngs and had one son, Fred, b. 1870, d. 
Aug. 28, 1890. John H. moved to Colorado. 
+1410 Armenia Ann. 

1411 Floyd R., b. New Canaan, Conn., Jan. 19, 1829. 

A farmer. 

645 MUNSON, son of (168) John and Cornelia (Dclavan) 
Frost, b. Carmel, N. Y., Jan. 3, 1805, d. Lake Mohegan, Sept. 
«7, 1848, buried Gilead Cem., Carmel, N. Y.; m. Mary A. 
Louisa, dau. of Clark Hitchcock of New Haven, Conn., who m. 
a MiM Tyler. She was b. Feb. 14, 1819, d. Greenfield, N. Y., 
July 4, 1891, buried hcHidc licr huwhand. 

Ii«ue : 

1412 Herbert Clark, b. Sept. 21, 1843, Carmel, N. Y., 

educated Peckskill Military Academy; d. 
Poughkccpsic, 3 o'clock Monday a. m., Jan. 
23, 1911, unm. 

+1413 Howard Tyler. 

1414 George Todd, b. Moh. 19, 1845; m. Yorktown, 
N. Y., Dec. 26, 1880, Helena, dau. of Henry 
and Elizabeth (Brett) White, of Fishkill, N. 
Y., and had Howard Brett, b. Sept. 28, 1881, 
and Henry Delavan, b. June 4, 1884. In 1900 
George T. was living Dairyland, Ulster Co., 
N. Y. 

+1416 Edward Munaon. 

646 FLOYD THOMAS, son of (168) John and Cornelia 
(Delavan) Frost, b. Carmel, N. Y., Feb. 26, 1810, d. Feb. 11, 
1863, at Port Jervis, N. Y., buried Rockland Cemetery ; m. Mch. 
6, 1833, at Carmel, N. Y., Sophia 0., d. Feb. 10, 1893, in her 
81st year, at home of her sister, Mrs. Henry Fitch, in Jersey 
City, dau. of Beniah Y. and Margaret (Oakes) Morse. Her 
father was pastor of the Gilead Church, in Carmel and they 
were married in the parsonage of which now there is hardly a 
trace. 



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1418 

+1419 

+1420 

1421 

+1422 
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+1425 

1426 

1427 



Bcniah, d. Nov. 3, 1834, age 10 mos. 25 dajs. 

Buried Gilead, Carmel, N. Y. 
Cornelia Agnes. 
Margaret Morse, b. July 31, 1836, d. Feb. 19, 

1837. Buried Gilead, Carmel, N. Y. 
Margaret Morse. 
Harriet Sopliia. 
Emily Frances, b. Apr. 10, 1841, d. Sept. 23, 

1842. Buried Gilead, Carmel, N. Y. 
Emily Frances. 
Hehccca Ann. 
Floyd Tliomas. 
Bcniah Young, 
Mary Slierrill, b, Piermont, N. Y., Oct., 1860, d. 

July 1851. Buried Gilead, Carmel, N. Y. 
John Munson, b. 1852, d. Aug. 1853. 



649 DANIEL DELAVAN, son of (168) John and Cornelia 
(Delavan) Frost, b. Sept. 26, 1812, d. in Michigan ; m. July 12, 
1847, at Greenfield Hills, Conn., Marietta Sherwood, b. Dec. 
5, 1828, d. Oct. 16, 1863. 

After Daniel graduated from Williams College in 1840 he 
studied theology at Union Seminary, N. Y. City. He was li- 
censed in 1844 and preached over a year in Redding, Conn., 
when he was installed over the church in that place, remaining 
there twelve years. March 25, 1857, he was installed over the 
Tillage church in West Stockbridge, Mass., and remained there 
five years. He later was pastor of the Congregational Church 
in IJtchfield, Mich. 
Issue by first wife: 

1428 William A., b. Sept. 21, 1866, who was Gen. 

Auditor of Mexican Central R. R. 
14«9 Edward Delavan, b. July 12, 1849; m. Mch. 19, 
1878, Fanny E. Dodge of Fairfax, la. Issue: 
William and Daisy died in infancy; Edna, b. 
Feb. 22, 1884. Live, Canon City, Colo. 
1490 Mancttc Elizabeth, b. Nov. 7, 1863; m. Apr. 30, 
1874, John P. Whitehead, an Englishman, 
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Sixth Genebation 165 

N. Y. She m. second a Mr. Rhodes and live* 
in London. No issue. 
Daniel m. second, Sept. 7, 1865, in N. Fairfield, Conn., Char- 
lotte E., dau. of David Baldwin and Sarah Belden (Trow- 
bridge Rogers. 

Issue by second wife: 

+1431 Merle Arthur, b. Dec. 17, 1871. 

143« Frederic Rogers, b. July 6, 1870, at Litchfield, 
Mich.; m. Oct. 11, 1904, at Chicago, 111., 
Helen Andrews, b. Centralia, 111., Sept. 18, 
1877. Graduate of Olivet College. Issue: 
Helen Winifred, b. Feb. 20, 1906; Klla Vir- 
ginia, b. Oct. 7» 1908; Charlotte Louise, b. 
July 18, 1911. 
1483 Floyd Theodore, twin of Frederic Rogers, died in 

infancy. 
1433a Katie, d. y. 

1434 Caroline Augusta, b. June 10, 1874, at Lemara, 
la. ; m. Dec. 29, 1903, at Wancoma, la,, Elon 
D. Humphrey. Issue: Martha Elizabeth, b. 
Nov. 20, 1904. Lives, Seattle, Wash. 

660 ANNIS LOUISE, dau. of (168) John and ComeHa 
(Delavan) Frost, b. Carmel, Feb. 25, 1818, d. Peekskill, N. Y., 
Mch. 29, 1858; m. Isaac T. Smith, of Peekskill, who d. Nov. 16, 
1870, age 55 yrs. 9 mos. 14 days. Annis d. at birth of her twin 
daughters, Annis and Louise, who were brought up by her sis- 
ters, Hester and Caroline. After death of wife, Isaac moved to 
Prattsburg, N. Y. 

Issue (Smith) : 

1436 Augustus F. ; m. and had dau., Mrs. Wm. S. 
Briglln of Pulaski, N. Y. 

1436 Cornelia; m. Hopkins Cook of Prattsburg, N. Y. 

He died Sodus, N. Y. She living there 1900. 

1437 Francis, Civil War veteran; d. prior to 1910. 
-f 1438 Samuel P. 

-i-1439 Lyman B. 

-f 1440 Elias C. 

1441 Marietta ; m. Michael Reed. Moved to Mich. 

+1442 Sophia A. 

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166 Tmx Faout QmnAiMor 

1444 Annis; m. Newton A. llobliii and moved West, 
She was a twin to Louise M. 
4-1446 Louise M. 

665 SALLY ANN, daughter of (170) Ezra and Mary 
(Wallace) Frost, b. Mch. 25, 1810, d. Sept. 30, 1880; m. June 
2, 1826, John, son of Robert and Marian (Cunningham) 
Wright of CanncI, N. Y. 
U§ue (Wright): 

1446a Ebcnczcr, d. 1848. 

1446b Edward, b. May 15, 1826, in the old homestead 
in Union Valley, N. Y. Graduate of Normal 
College, Albany, N. Y., in 1848. He taught 
for several years but soon became a candidate 
for local offices. Apr, 2, 1850, he was elected 
superintendent of schools. In 1860 elected 
Justice of the Peace, holding that office for 
ten years, when he resigned, having been 
elected County Clerk of Putnam Co., during 
which time he took up the study of law and 
previous to his admission to the bar, he was 
elected County Judge, taking his scat Janu- 
ary, 18()4. Tliis position Judge Wright held 
till Jan., 18Hk Jan, 1, 1850, he m. Phebc 
E., tlaiiglitcr of Jnf) ('. Austin of Putnam 
Co., and he died July 2, 1911, leaving two 
daughters, one, Lillie A., wife of Henry A. 
Gahn, and Mattie, wife of Willis A. Ganong. 
He lived and died within the vicinity of Lake 
Mahopac, N. Y., his home being on a portion 
of the old fann of Benjamin Townsend, at 
whose house the first Methodist meetings in 
Putnam County were held. 

663 CALVIN, son of (173) Ebcnczcr and Mary (Green) 
Frost, b. Somers, N. Y., Jan. 21, 1823, d. July 22, 1895; m. 
Mary A., b. 1827, d. 1907, buried Hillside Cem. Pcekskill, N. 
Y., dau. of Seth and Phebe (Oppic) Hait of Peekskill. Calvin 
was a graduate of Yale and studied law with J. Henry Ferri* 
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a fortune. He wnn nbout five feet, ncven inches tall and weighed 
about one hundred and sixty pounds. 
latuc : 

1446 Antoinette F. ; m. George H. Stout. No issue. 

1447 Elilm D. ; m. Mary E. Dow. He was a graduate 

of Yttlc and a lawyer of N. Y. City, also Treas- 
urer of the Holland Submarine Boat Co., of 
N, Y. 

1448 Clarence H. ; m. Lillian Willis, the widow of a 

Congrc'HHinan, He d. 1897. No issue. 

564 MUNSON E., son of (173) Ebcnzer ' and Mary 
(Green) Frost, b. Somers, N. Y., Nov. 11, 1829; m. 1879, Delia 
Tillott of Fishkill, N. Y. 

Issue : 

1449 Laura M, ; m. Dr. L. W. Helms, a dentist of 

Pcokskill, N. Y. 
14/50 Tillott ; in. IJIunch Hodge. Lives PcekKkill. N. Y. 
Munson spent most of his life on the ancestral home farm 
in Somers, N. Y. Commissioned as Capt. by Gov. Tildcn on 
Gen. Rider's staff. He served forty years as Justice of the 
Peace, being located in a section some distance from lawyers, 
much legal business in the line of drawing deeds, mortgages and 
wIIIh and the settlement of estates came to him, the most diffi- 
cult being the assigned est/ite of llcubcn D. Baldwin, a banker 
at Mahopac with over .$100,000 liabilities and 150 creditors, 
which he succeeded in closing satisfactorily. 

He moved to Peekskill in 1898, N. Y. City having taken the 
larger part of his farm for the Amawalk reservoir. 

569 REUBEN, son of (182) William W. and Jemima 
(Loiinsbery) Frost, b. Oct, 6, 1816, d, Apr. 81, 188.3} m. Anna 
K, Kcyser, b. Feb. 9, 1815, 
I«NUc: 

1451 William K., b, Oct, gO, 1848; m, Catalina Y. 
Hammond, liiving Troy, N. Y, No children, 
189!(. 

574 WHJJAIVf MAKHir, mm of (INf)) Jnnie« and Mary 
(Manib) Proat, h. Duanesburg, N. Y., Feb. ft, 1817. d. at 
Btockton, Cat., Feb, IB, 1854; m, Margaret Alcorn, who d< in 
K. Y. Citj and ii bur. Weiterlj, R. I. 



168 The Frost Geaealoot 

Issue: 

1462 Mary Loui»c; m. Bcnj, F. Evans, and later Mr. 
Onmhy and in 1892 was living in N. Y. City 
and was Secretary to the Peace Society. 

1453 William F., a R. R. Cont. and surveyor. 

575 JAMES, son of (183) James and Mary (Marsh) 
Frost, b. Duanesburg, N. Y., May 31, 1814, d. Stockton, Cal., 
Jan. 10, 187V; m. Jan. 10, 1837, Abigail Robinson of Westerly, 
R. I. She d. and w£is bur. there. James was made Capt. in 
the U. S. Army by Gen. Frost when they went across the coun- 
try to Oregon with the army. He was also one of the "49er8'* 
and a pioneer resident of San Joaquin, Cal. All his children 
died in California. 

Issue : 

1454 Mary: (1455) James; (1456) William; (1457) 

Daniel. 

676 ADELIA DUANE, daughter of (183) James and 
Mary (Marsh) Frost, b. Duanesburg, N. Y., Dec, 30, 1807, d. 
there Oct. 13, 1847, and bur. there first, but her body was later 
removed to Schoharie, N. Y. She m. Feb. 1, 1827, George, b. 
Duanesburg, N. Y., Jan. 31, 1806, bur. Old Fort Cem., Scho- 
harie, N. Y., son of George and Helen (McMillcn) Lasher, o/ 
Mariavijie, N. Y. George LaHl)er, Kr., was b. nethlchem, Al- 
bany Co., N. Y,, Aug, 6, 1776, d. Duaneiiburg, N. Y., Aug. 
15, 184H, bur. in Mariavillc close by James Frost. 

Issue ( Lasher) : 

+14.'58 George William, b. June 24, 1831. 

14.'i9 James, b. Jan. 24, 1828, d. June 28, 1828. 

1460 John, b. May 22, 1829, d. Mch. 13, 1831. 

1461 Mary, b. Mch. 7, 1833, d. Apr. 16, 1840. 
4-1462 Anna Delia, b. Apr. 28, 1836. 

1463 Helen McMillcn, b. May 2, 1837, d. Apr. 11, 
1840. 
-1-1464 Isabella, b. May 28, 1841. 

1465 Louisa Gertrude, b. Mch. 6, 1843, d. June 16, 
1844. 
George Lasher, Jr., m., 2nd, Rachel Wing and had a daugh- 
ter, b. Mch. 27, 1861, who m. J. Addison Marshall and in 1910 
waa living in Sacramento, Cal. 



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Sixth Gekebation 169 

578 CAROLINE, daughter of (183) James and Mary 
(Marsh) Frost, b. Duanesburg, N. Y., on Wed., Mch. 12, 1806, 
d. Mch. 27, 1846, bur. Espcrance, N. Y. ; m. Feb. 1844, the 
Hon. John Calvin Wright, b. 1801, d. Jan. 24, 1862. He was 
a lawyer, Judge, and in 1844 Comptroller of the State of New- 
York. 

Issue (Wright) : 

1467 Caroline, d. Mch. 27, 1884, age 39 yrs. ; m. 

Nicholas Ford of Detroit, Mich. A half sister 
to Caroline named Louise, m. Charles J. Fox. 

679 JOHN SHERBURNE, son of (183) James and Mary 
(Marsh) Frost, b. Duanesburg, N. Y., Feb. 28, 1819, d. Feb. 6, 
1857, at Esperance, N. Y., bur. Johnstown, N. Y., was a law- 
yer and m. Ruth, daughter of Nicholas and Esther (Sammons) 
Yost, of Johnstown, N. Y. 

Issue : 

1468 Daniel, d. y. 

1469 Esther, b. Ft. Plain, N. Y., d. there, bur. Johns- 

town, N. Y. ; m. Chas. Foster of Ft. Plain. 
One daughter, Mary. 

680 PHEBE, daughter of (183) James and Mary (Marsh) 
Frost, b. Duanesburg, N. Y., Jan. 10, 1821, d. Jan. 20, 1892, 
at Ft. Plain, N. Y., bur. Johnstown, N. Y. ; m. Dec. 24, 1845, 
Daniel, son of Nicholas and Esther (Sammons) Yost of Johns- 
town, N. Y. 

Issue (Yost) : 

1470 Nicholas, b. Feb. 1847; (1471) James, b. Sept. 

18.50; (1472) Wm. Frost, b. Oct. 1854; 
(1473) Rosanna, b. Aug. 1848; (1474) John 
Sherburne, b. Jan., 1858. All b. Ft. Plain, 
N. Y., and all deceased prior to 1910. 

581 DANHCL MARSH, son of (183) James and Mary 
(Marsh) Frost, b. Duanesburg, N. Y., Aug. 9, 1823, d. St. 
Louis, Mo., Oct. 30, 1900, and bur. there; m. Apr. 3, 1851, 
Lily, daughter of Major Richard Graham of Dumfries, Va., 
who was aide de camp to Gen. Wm. H. Harrison in the War of 
1812, and granddaughter of the late John Mullanphy of St. 
Louis, a member of Congress and educated in Europe. She was 
liis first wife and d. Apr. 7, 1872. 



170 The Frost Genealogy 

Issue: 

1475 Richard Graham, Atty-at-Law and Member of 

Congress for two terms from St. Louis, Mo. ; 
m. Latty, daughter of Col. Ferdinand Kenneth 
of Salcma, Mo. 

1476 Katie, died young. 

1477 Mary; m. F. D. Hirschberg of St. Louis, Mo. 

No issue. 

1478 John M. ; m., 1st, Mattie Barret, daughter of the 

Major of St. Louis, Mo. Issue: one son. He 
m., 2nd, Oct. 15, 1895, Margaret H. Rowan. 

1479 Jeanne G. ; m. June 3, 1875, Sir Lewis Wm. 

Molcsworth, 11th Bart. Co. Cornwall, P'ng., 
son of Sir Paul Wm. and Jane Frances Moles- 
worth. She is now Lady Molcsworth. 

1480 Caroline; m. Hon. (Carlos Blackncr of England. 

1481 Louise; m. Apr. 17, 1881, William Frederick 

Cuthhcrt Vcnables-Vemon, b. July 18, 1856, 
son of August Henry, 0th Bnron Vernon and 
I/»idy Harriet Anson a daughter of Thomad 
Williarii, l''irst I'.arl of I>itrhfii'ld, Issue: Rich- 
ard Henry, h. Jin. 27, 1885; William Walter, 
b. Apr. 22, 185)0; Diana Marv, b. June 10, 
1886, d. Feb. 1, 1887; Dorothy Evelyn, b. 
Jan. 19, d. July 11, 1888. This family de- 
scended from the Lords of Vernon in the 
Duchy of Normandy. 
-fl482 Evelyn. 

1483 Lily, who lives in Eng. with her sister Caroline. 

1484 James R. ; m. Apr. 24, 1900, Ruth Sterling. He 

was lost in the wilds of South Africa for three 
years. Finally located by the English Con- 
sul. Lives California. 

1485 Thomas, died young. 

Daniel M.; m., 2nd, Feb. 26, 1874, Harriett la Mottc, nee 
Cheni^, who d. Sept 20, 1878. 
Issue: 

1486 Edith; m. Geo. McLaughlm, a coffee broker of 

Chicago, HI. 

1487 Harriett; m. Samuel W. FordjcCf Jr., a lawyer 




General Daxiri. M. Frost and oraxd-sox 

M'ii.i,iAM Verxox 

(Xo. Ml) 



Sixth Geneeation 171 

of St. Louis. Thej live Hazelwood, in her 
father's old home. 

Daniel M. ; m., 3r(l, Sept. 8, 1880, Catherine Gates, nee 
Clemens, who d. 1899, the duiip^litcr of James Clemens, Jr., and 
granddaughter of John Mullanpliy. They had no issue. 

Daniel M. Frost entered West Point July 1, 1840, and grad- 
uated fourth in his class, in 1844). He was a fellow student 
with Grant, McClellan, Roseerans, Franklin, Stonewall Jack- 
eon, and Hancock. He was Lieut, of Ist Artillery, U. S. A., 
1848. In 1846, as a Mounted Rifleman, was sent to Jefferson 
Barracks, Mo. He served in the Mexican War under Gen. 
Scott, from Vera Cruz to the City of Mexico. In 1849, he with 
his regiment crossed the plains to Oregon and later returned. 
He was Brig. Gen. of Mo. St. Guards in 1858, and Brig. Gen. 
of the Confederate Army. 

He married into a strong southern family who owned over 
one hundred slaves. 

His second wife had a daughter by her first husband, and 
his tliird wife had a son by her first husband, and this son and 
daughter married. 

General Frost was a member of the Aztec Club of the old 
Mexican War Veterans, and also a State Senator from 1854 
to 1858. 

583 ROSANNAH, daughter of (183) James and Mary 
(Marsh) Frost, b. Mariavillc, N. Y., Sunday, Sept. 15, 1811, 
d. Mch. 23, 1841, at same place; m. Apr. 23, 1833, John Wad- 
dell, son of John, who was of Irish parentage, John and his 
father both bur. in Albany, N. Y. 

Issue (Waddcll): 

1488 Caroline Frost, b. July 25, 1834, d. May 26, 

1908. 

1489 Rosanna Frost, unm., b. Albany, bur. Mariaville, 

N. Y. 
+1490 John, b. Sept. 18, 1836. 
Rosannah; m., 2nd, June 6, 1839, at Albany, N. Y., Isaac* 
b. Rudston, Eng., Oct. 16, 1808, educated at Leeds, Eng., d. 
Aug. 17, 1844 at Bamesville, Md., bur. there, son of John and 
Hannah (Poole) Bell, of Rudston, Yorkshire, England. 
Issue (Bell): 

-1-1491 Mary Louise, b. Mch. 10, 1840. 



17* The Fhobt Genealogy 

fi84 ISAAC SKAMAN, «on of (184) Bcnj. and Elizabeth 
(Shcnnan) FroHt, b. July 12, 1802, d, June 6, 1885; m. Oct. 
15, 1820, rhoebc, b, Jan. 28, 1800, d. April 19, 1800, daughter 
of Nattianicl Hoag. Isaac lived at Canajoharic, N. Y. 
Issue: 

1492 Benj. F,, b, July 19, 1827, d, Feb. 12, 1846. 
149.1 Lydiu, b. Mcti, HO, 1829, d. Sept. M, 1844. 
+1494 Kli/ft, b. Au^. 9, 18;J2. 

149/5 JamcB, b, July 1, 18;}4, d. Feb. 18, 1902. 
1490 Iloba, b. Nov, l.-J, 1838. 

1497 Lewis W., b. Feb. 10, 1843. 

1498 Chester B., b. Sept. 1, 1840, d. Aug. 11, 1848. 

687 ISAAC H., son of Peter H. ond (186) Anna (Frost) 
Traver, b. Aug. 2, 1814; rn. Nov, 7, 18,37, at Pleanant Valley, 
N. Y,, wliero lie was a practiHing physician, (699) Kmma, b. 
Mch. 26, 1812, daughter of Elias and (189) Martha (Frost) 
Doty. 

Issue (Traver) : 

1499 John H., b. Sept. 6, 1838; (1600) Wm. R., b. 

Feb. 27, 1844. 

689b WILLIAM IIKNRY, son of (180) William and Hen- 
rietta M. (Uhl) Frost, b. Dutchess Co., N. Y., July 2, 1827, 
d. Feb. 1, 1910, lived Covert, N. Y. ; m. Oct. 5, 1857, Lorindo, 
b. Feb. 24, 1837, d. Tyrone, N. Y., Feb. 20, 1901, daughter of 
Joseph and Fannie (Follett) Eldred. Joseph was son of John, 
of Bennington, Vt., and Fannie was dau. of Silas and Hannah 
May Follett. Silas son of John, a Revolutionary soldier. 

Issue : 

+1602 Edna Maria. 

1603 Uhl L., b. Mch, 29, 1862; m. Dec. 11, 1901, at 

Interlaken, N. Y., Mory Anderson. No issue. 

1604 Eldred, b. Feb. 6, 1859, d, Mch. 10, 1902; m. 

Mch. 22, 1893, Jennie Covert, and had one 
son, Wm. Edwin, b. Covert, N. Y., Dec. 10» 
1809. Lived, Intcriakcn, N. Y. 

601 ZOPHAR, son of (187) Jacob and Katharine (Smith) 
Frost, b. Nov. 6, 1819, in Clinton, Dutchess Co., N. Y.| m. 
1894, PriscilU, daughUr of Jacob Traver, b. Aug. 0, ISlTi d. 



Sixth Qemekatiov 178 

Jan. 3, 1888, buried at Wurtcmburg, N. Y. Zophar owned an 
188-acrc farm in Pleasant Plains, N, Y. 
Issue : 

+ 1/505 Katharine Ann; m. James Ezra Traver. 

+1506 Jacob Z., h. 1843; m. Marietta Cookingham. 

003 IHAAC, «on of Klius and (1H9) Marllia (Frost) Doty, 
b. April Ifl, 1794, d. Mcli. 23, 1871; m. Oct. 18, 1816, at 
Pleasant Valley, N. Y., Rachel, b. Clinton, N. Y., Nov. 18, 
1796, d. Jan. 27, 1881, daughter of Thomas and Rachel (Mer- 
ritt) Sand. 
Issue (Doty) : 

+1507 John Palmer, b. Sept. 17, 1816. 

1608 Thomas, b. Juno 28, 1818, d. Aug. 9, 1821. 
+1509 Thomas, h. Fob. 8, 1821. 

1610 Hannah Elizabeth, b. Sept. 9, 1819, d. Feb. 17, 

1831. 

1611 Daniel Sands, b. Feb. 2, 1832, d. May 21, 1871 ; 

m. Lydia G. Smith, and had one daughter, 
Elizabeth (dec). 

694 HULET, son of Elias and (189) Martha (Frost) 
Doty, b. Apr. 9, 1797, d. Jan. 80, 1826; m. Feb. 2, 1826, at 
Pleasant Valley, N. Y., Elizabeth, daughter of James and 
Elizabeth Tripp. 

Issue (Doty) : 

1612 Elizabeth H. 

Elizabeth, the wife, m.* again and moved West. 

696 DAVID E., son of Elias and (189) Martha (Frost) 
Doty, b. Oct. 9, 1799, d. in Poughkccpsie, N. Y. ; m. Feb. 6, 
1822, Sarah, daughter of John and Elizabeth Van Wagener. 

Issue (Doty) : 

1613 John Van Wagoner; (1614) Hulet; (1616) 

Elias. 

696 ELIAS, son of Ellas and (180) Martha (Frost) Doty, 
b. July 28, 1809, in Pleasant Valley, N. Y., d. Mch. 17, 1859; 
m. Sept. 22, 1842, Rhodo, b. Pleasant Valley, N. Y., Aug. 27, 
1818, d. Apr. 8, 1861, daughter of Isaac and Jamima (Peten) 
Holmci, 



174 This Fkost 0km KAix)or 

liiuc (Doty) : 

1010 MnriUii, JeinirnH, b. Dec, U, IHifi, d, Dec, 0, 

1849. 
1517 Henry Cromwell, b. Oct. 27, 1846, d. Dec. 12, 

1849. 
+1618 Hannah Ann, b. June 11, 1849. 

1519 Mary Coolcy, b. Aupf. 18, 1862; m. Nov. 19, 

1871, rica«ant Valley, N. Y., Eliphalct 

Ha<lj^clfy. Imkuc: Win. Edw. 
1620 Erniiia Travcr, b. Nov. 14, 1856, d. Sept. 21, 

1803. 

599 EMMA, daughter of Ellas and (189) Martha (Frost) 
Doty, b. Mch. 26, 1812; m. Nov. 7, 1837, at Pleasant Valley, 
N. Y., (r>87) Isaac H., son of IVtcr H, and (185) Anna 
(Frost) Traver, iKaac was a physician of Clinton, N. Y. 

Issue (Travcr) : 

1521 John H.; (1522) William R. 

622 WILLIAM THORN, son of (193) Benj. and Cather- 
ine (Knickerbocker) Frost; m. Clara Hover. 

Issue: 

1523 Emily; m. Robert Keys, lives Chester, Pa.; 
(1524) Albert; (1525) Henry; (1526) Or- 
ville; (1527) James K. Polk; (1528) Theo. 
(dec). 

623 EMELINE, daughter of (193) Benj. and Catherine 
(Knickerbocker) Frost, b. Feb. 19, 1813, d. April 10, 1880, 
bur. Wappingcr Falls, N. V. ; m. Nov, 1, 1832, Myers, b. July 
19, 1813, d. Fib. 18, 1895, son of Jacob Benj. and Elizabeth 
(Walt«nnirc) Travcr of Wappingrr Falls, and Clinton, N, V. 

Issue (Travtr) : 

+1529 I^muel E., b. Sept. 11, 1837. 

1630 Sarah Cordelia, b. Sept. 30, 1833; m. Jarvu 
Peters of Hyde Park, N. Y. 

1681 Jacob Benj., b. Dutchess Co., N. Y., Jan. 17, 

1835; m, Frances Merritt. 

1682 Alrin Myers, b. Dutchess Co., Sept. 6, 1889; m. 

Jennie Hopper. 

He and Jacob B. Etc Hyde Park, N. Y. 



HixTif Gknkration 175 

"inm DrWill (!li('»l('r, li. DiilclicM Co. 

1084 m-MihiXh, h. Mcli, 2, 184fl, d. Mch. 22, 1910; m. 

Nov. 28, 1867, Cyrus J. Haight. Lived Cold 

Spring, Putnam Co., N. Y. 

1536 Emma, b. Aug. 24, 1848, d. Jan. 23, 1898; m. 

Oct. 16, 1872, Millard F, Burnctte, who lives 
at WuppingtT FuIIh, N. Y. 
+1536 Catlicrinc Isabel, known a» "Uellc," b. Aug. 2, 
1851. 

1537 Edwin Utley, b. Sept. 8, 1854, d. Dec. 24, 1859. 
The will of Jacob IJ. Travcr of Clinton, mcntionH wife, 

Elizabeth Myers, daughters, Lorada Ann, and Priscilla; Hel- 
ena, wife of John I. Coonley; Charlotte, wife of Isaac West; 
Hannah, wife of Sol. Mott; Son, Garret (dec.) had money from 
the estate of Ger»rge Walteniiier; his wife, Eliz., 1st, m, George 
Waltcnnier and had children. Date of will, June 30, 1820, 
proven Aug. 22, 1820. 

624 SAMUEL S., son of (193) Benjamin and Catherine 
(Knickerbocker) Frost, b. 1810, d. April 13, 1885; m. Bar- 
bara Eliza, b. Nov. 28, 1819, daughter of Simeon and Gertrude 
(Rickert) Traver. 

Issue: 

-M538 Mandeville S., b. July 30, 1845. 

1539 Charics W., b. May 22, 1843, d. Oct. 5, 1844. 

+1540 Louisa Ann, b. Sept. 19, 1841. 

625 HENRY, son of (193) Bcnj. and Catherine (Knicker- 
bocker) Frost, b. Mch. 6, 1807, d. Nov. 4, 1867, bur. Pleasant 
Plains, N. Y.; m. Sarah Ann, who d. Sept. 17, 1897, age 74 
yrs., daughter of (?) and Hannah (Fonlante) Crapscr of Kin- 
dcrhook, N. Y. 

Imnuc: 

+1541 Priscilla, b. Jan. 31, 1842, 
+1542 Gcraldine, b. Feb. 13, 1850. 

626 JACOB B., son of (193) Bcnj. and Catherine (Knick- 
erbocker) Frost b. Dec. 15, 1819, d. Mch. 25, 1876; m. Nov. 
18, 1857, Melinda, b. Oct. 7, 1827, d. July 31, 1899, daughter 
of Louis and Catherine (Pultz) Traver. They lived in Rhine- 
beck, N. Y. 



176 The Fkost Genealogy 

iMue: 

1543 Katlicrine M., b. Mch. 18, 1859, unm. 

1544 Alice L., b. Sept. 26, 1860; m. 1879, Charles, 

son of David and Catherine Morse. Issue: 
David and Grace, both living Foughkeepaiet 
1910. 

1545 Edward S., b. Jan. 15, 1863, d. Nov. 7, 1866. 

1546 Mary Frances, b. Feb. 20, 1865, d. Mch. 7, 1868. 
+1547 William J., b. June 6, 1867. 

After the death of Jacob, Melinda moved to Poughkeepsie. 
Jacob and his wife both buried St. Paul's Cem. Wurtemburg, 
N. Y. 

629. ELSIE ANN, daughter of (193) Benj. and Catherine 
(Knickerbocker) Frost, b. abt. 1830, d. Apr. 18, 1892, bur. 
Smyrna, Del. ; m. Thomas, d. abt. 1866, son of ( ?) and Kachel 
Jane (Ricketts) Cahoon. 

Elsie went to Del. from Dutchess Co. with her sister Emeline 
Traver and husband. The latter did not like it there al- 
though they had purchased a farm near Smyrna, and returned 
North, but Elsie married and stayed there. 
Issue (Cahoon) : 

1548 Rachel Jane; m. and had two children. Lives 
near Centreville, Md. 
+1549 Emma. 

1550 Annie Frost; m, Mr. Bridgeam, and lives Har- 

risburg. Pa. 
1651 William; m. in Md,, went to Chestcrtown on ft 

visit, d. there and is buried Smyrna, Del. 
1552 Thomas R., a widower in 1909, living with his 
sister Jane. 
+1553 Mary E., b. Jan. 15, 1856. 

1654 Alice, b. April, 1863 ; m. Dr. Page. Liv. Phila. 
No children, 1910. 

Above Rachel Jane, has a daughter, Mrs. 
Agnes J. Darrell, living Wilmington, Del. 

630 EGBERT, son of (196) Jonathan and Elizabeth 

. (Vincent) Heustis, b. Mch. 9, 1826, d. June 29, 1888 ; m. Dec. 

8, 1849, Maryett Williams, b. Feb. 8, 1829, d. July 20, 189S. 

He was a dairy farmer and lived at Verbank Station, Dutchess 

Co., N. Y. 



Sixth Genh&ation 177 

Issue (Hcustis) : 

1555 Edgar; ni. Oct. 22, 1879, Ella L. Davis. Post- 

master at Clove, N. Y. 

1556 Carrie; unm. 

1657 Charles; m. Jan. 2, 1890, Emma J. Barmore. 

Copy of letter written Oct. 28, 1880, from Verbank Station, 
N. Y., by Egbert Heustis. 

The old Bible is here safe, but in poor condition. It looks 
as though it had been battered about well. Many leaves are 
out which I nni very sorry for, as it would make cvcrytliing 
straight, no doubt, if they had been spared. It is Benjamin 
Frost's book. His name and two dates are on the inside of first 
cover. Dates arc, I think, 1719, and 1772. Henry Frost's 
name is under Benj. Frost. There is a record of Zopher Frost's 
family, perfect, birth and mnrriagcs and his children's record.. 
There is proof in this book that it went to Zopher Frost and 
from thence to Chestnut Ridge. "Benj. Frost's book" is on the 
last leaf twice, Oct. 12, 1793. He must have been living at that 
time and he must have given the book to Iloseanna Heustis at 
that time. Benj. Frost's children's record is in the Bible and 
also a record of Mary Frost, her marriage record to Zobulin 
Dickinson in the year 1701 and died in the year 1720. She 
must have been a sister or aunt of Benj Frost. You will have 
to come down and look it over. Oh! I haven't looked it all 
over yet. There is scratching and scribbling all through some 
parts. The pilot book shows plainly where it has been used 
most. It is ready any time for proof when needed. 

(The compiler has tried in vain to trace this old Bible, evi- 
dently belonging to a grandson (No. 8, Benj.) of the pioneer. 
This Bible was sent to Egbert Hcustis by sonic of the family 
living in Illinois, in connection with matter appertaining to the 
"Springer" estate and Rose Springer was the wife of Benj. 
Frost (8).) 

716 ISAAC TOTTEN, son of (227) Stephen and Mary 
(Totten) Frost, b. May 29, 1808, d. Jan. 11, 1882; m. June 
16, 1834, Phebe, b. June 30, 1816, d. Jan. 1893, dau. of 
Lyman and Polly (Gorham) Hunt. Both lived and died North 
Salem, N. Y. 

Issue : 

1668 Orrin Hunt, b. June 9, 1836, d. May 6, 1868, 



178 The Fkost Genealoot 

of consumption, unm., and buried N. Salem, 
N. Y. Will filed in Brooklyn, N. Y. 

1559 Phcbc Maria, b. Aug. 1, 1840; m. Oct. 14, 1863, 

Charies W. Cable. Issue: Miriam V., b. Dec. 
16, 1864, d. Mch. 3, 1901; m. Bailey; Eliza- 
beth Frost, b. Dec. 23, 1866; George Howe, 
b. July 24, 1876. AH born N. Salem, N. Y. 

1560 Mary Augusta, b. Aug. 15, 1860; m. Apr. 20, 

1897, Stebbins B. Quick. No issue. Living 

N. Salem, N.Y. 
Phebe (Hunt) Frost was a consistent member of the Metho- 
dist Church of N. Salem, N. Y., and she died in the home where 
she had lived for sixty-eight years, survived by two daughters. 

717 ORRIN PORTER, son of (227) Stephen and Mary 
(Tottcn) Frost, b. 1806; m. 1838, Anna M. Holmes. Will 
dated Jan. 22, 1863, proven Mch. 9, 1863. Wife not men- 
tioned. 

Issue : 

1661 Maria Louise; m. Elbert Washburn. 

1662 Orrin J.; m. Emma (?) and d. at Peekskill, 

N.Y. 

719 ESTHER S., or HESTER, daughter of (227) Ste- 
phen and Mary (Totten) Front, b. 1797, d. 1876; m, 1824, 
Alanson, b. 1797, d. 1883, son of James and Mary (Raymond) 
Williamson who lived Bedford, N. Y. The last syllable of their 
name "on" was dropped by Alanson and his brother Frank, 
and their descendants are known as Williams. Alanson, a dealer 
in horses and cattle. He was b. and d. on farm two miles cast 
of Bedford Village, N. Y. Buried in small plot near home. 
iMue (Williams) : 

-f-1563 James Francis. 

1564 Mary Vilettc, b. 1824, d. 1872; m. Lockwood 
Reynolds. 

1665 Stephen Frost, b. 1826, <L 1878; m. Annie 

Hardy. 

1666 Isaac Dickinson, b. 1829, d. 1891; m. Sarah 

Waterbury, b. 1836. 
1567 Mary E., b. 1835, d. 1883; m. Hanaford Rej- 
Holds. 



Sixth Gkmeaation 179 

720 JOHN STEDWELL, son of (227) Stephen and 
Mary (Totten) Frost, b. 1796, d. May 7, 1865, age 69 yrs. 7 
mos. 17 days, buried Somers, N. Y. ; m. 1821, Eliza Fowler, 
b. 1800, d. Aug. 27, 1856, age 66 yrs. 9 mos. 14 days. Buried 
Somen, N. Y.; date of will, Mch. 17, 1860, proven, Sept. 8, 
1864. 
Issue : 

1568 Emily, d. Aug. 27, 1856, age 18 yrs. 1 mo. 9 
days. Bur. Somers, N. Y. 
+1569 John S. 

1670 Elizabeth, d. Feb. 21, 1883, age 65 yrs. 7 mos. 

11 days. Buried Somers, N. Y. 

1671 Mary Jane, b. 1821, d. 1866; m. James B. Hall. 
+1572 J. Fowler. 

1673 Elmira P., b. 1826, d. 1866 ; m. Darius Brown. 

1574 Melissa, b. 1834, d. Feb. 6, 1878 ; m. Edgar Bar- 
low. He liv. N. Salem, N. Y. 

1676 Ophelia, b. 1841 ; m. Daniel F. Howe. 

1676 Susan M., b. 1844; unm. Liv. Brooklyn, N. Y., 
1911. 

in ISAAC PELL, son of (230) Isaac and Abigail (Sut- 
ton) Frost, b. Sept, 10, 1807, d, July 17, 1862; m. Hannah 
Putney, b. Feb. 17, 1814, d. May 21, 1874. 
Issue : 

+1577 Abigail Jane. 

1678 Lcandcr P., b. Aug, 7, 1836, d, July 8, 1870. 
1579 David, b. Apr. 7, 1842, d. Dec, 8, 1859, 

1680 Thomas M., b, Apr, 6, 1844, d, July 26, 1900; 

m. and had Harold Pell, b, Jan. 2, 1883. 

1681 Charles A., b, July 18, 1850, d, Oct, 28, 1900; 

m, and had Harry Edward, b. July 20, 1881, 
and George who was abt. 12 years old, 1911. 

782 ISAIAH, son of (234) Thomas and Phcbe (Green) 
Frost; m. and moved to Michigan. 
Issue : 

158* Sarah Matilda, living 1911 ; m. Hickson and 

had one son, Virgil, two daughters, Sarah M. 
who d. y. and Phebe, who m. , Maine* 



180 Ths Fkost Genealogy 

1583 Isaac T., who was brought up by his aunt Ma- 

tilda and d. unm. in Mich. abt. 1905. 

1584 Thomas, living 1911; m,, had several children. 

1585 John G. 



747 ELIZABETH C, daughter of (238) Isaac and Mary 
(Cock) Frost, b. Jan. 24, 1817; m. Nov. 18, 1836, Thoma* 
Thome, son of James and Catharine (Smith) Bloodgood. 
Issue (Bloodgood) : 

1586 Mary Frost, b. Nov. 24, 1837; (1587) Susanna, 
b. Nov. 7, 1840; (1588) Emily, b. June 30, 
1842; (1589) Helen, b. Sept. 21, 1844, d. 
Dec. 1848; (1590) Alice, b, June 7, 1846. 
In 1010 some of this family lived in Arlington^ 
N. J. 

751 ISAAC C, son of (238) Isaac and Mary (Cock) 
Frost, b. Mch. 10, 1826, d. Mch. 14, 1854; m. Jan. 18, 1846, 
Catharine L. Nichols, d. Mch. 12, 1862. Isaac was in flour 
business, N. Y. City. 

Issue: 

1591 Emma Louisa, b, Aug, 1, 1847, d. Jan. 3, (?). 

1592 Isaftc C, b. Nov. 26, 1848, d. June 11, 1870. 

Buried, probably St. George's Church yard, 
Flushing, N. Y. 

753 JOSEPH B., son of (238) Isaac and Mary (Cock) 
Frost, b. Apr. 11, 1833; m. July 23, 1857, Annie Livingston 
Bogardus. Lived N. Y. City and Flushing, L. I. 

Issue: 

1593 Ida Livingston, b. July 11, 1858; m. Horace 

DuVal. Issue: Clive. Resides N. Y. City. 

759 HANNAH MATILDA, daughter of (242) Jacob and 
Sarah (Maybe) Frost, b. June 22, 1818, d. Feb. 28, 1907. Bur. 
Battle Creek, Mich. ; m. May 8, 1839, at Battle Creek, James 
Hollister, b. May 31, 1816, d. July 8, 1887, son of James and 
Anstis (Merritt) Mott. 

Issue (Mott): 
4-1694 Franccna. 



Sixth Geneeation 181 

1695 Anna C, b. Jan. 14, 1861. School teacher, Bat- 
tle Creek, Mich. 
+1596 Sarah Matilda. 
+1597 Elizabeth Amelia. 
+1598 James H. 

All bom near Glens Falls, N. Y. 

761 PHEBE ELIZABETH, daughter of (242) Jacob and 
Sarah (Maybe) Frost, b. Jan. 6, 1821, d. Mch. 26, 1858; m. 
Mch. 23, 1841, (794) John L., b. Apr. 14, 1816, son of Am- 
brose and Phebe (257) (Frost) Cock. 

Issue (Cock) : 

+1599 Emclic D, ; m, James L. Wheeler of Grand Rap- 
t(lM, Mich. 

1600 Theodore, lived Texas and d. 1903 leaving one 

son. 

762 SARAH ANN, daughter of (242) Jacob and Sarah 
(Maybe) Frost, b. Nov. 13, 1824, d. July 14, 1854, at birth of 
fifth child; m, Jan. 11, 1844, (790) Edward B,, son of Am- 
brose and (267) Phcbe (Frost) Cock, b. Aug. 27, 1820. 

Issue (Cock) : 

1601 Frederick, b. 1845, lives in Texas with family. 

1602 Francis, d. leaving a daughter. 

There were three other children. 

766 MARY AMELIA, daughter of (242) Jacob and Jane 
Ann (Lorkwood) Frost, b. Cnlhoun Co., Mich., June 2, 1843; 
m. Sept. 24, 1863, at Augusta, Mich. Josiah Cornell, b. May 
6, 1834, son of Nat'l and Anna (Ferguson) Bevier. 

Issue (Bevier): 

+1603 Henrietta E. 

1604 Ellsworth, b. May 26, 1868, d. Feb. 6, 1886. 

1605 Charles A., b. Dec. 30, 1869; m. Evaline Merritt. 

1606 Ernest, b. Mch. 14, 1872, d. Sept. 10, 1874. 

1607 Josephine S., b. Dec. 21, 1873, Stenographer, 

Kalamazoo, Mich. 
+1608 Grace E., b. Dec. 21, 1876. 
1609 Harry J., b. Nov. SO, 1877. Farmer, AugusU, 
Mich. 



I 



182 The Frost Genealoot 

1610 Maurice L., b. Apr. 18, 1884. Salesman, Au- 
gusta, Mich. 

767 HENRIETTA, daughter of (242) Jacob and Jane 
Ann (Lockwood) Frost, b, Feb. 16, 1845, d. Dec, 1880, buried 
Bedford Centre, Mich,; m. Jan, 26, 1862, at Battle Creek, 
Mich., Lafa>rcttc, b. Mch. 10, 1841, ion ot Edward and PoUj 
(Pahncr) lluim-. 
I«»U(.' ( nuiiic) : 

-flfill G.orKc J, 

1612 Emily, b, July 18, 1866, d. May 2, 1876. 
-1-1613 Edg.ir F, 

1614 Harriet Belle, b. Aug. 7, 1878, Teacher, Bat- 
tle Creek, Mich. 
Henrietta lived all her life on the farm in Calhoun Co,, Mich.^ 
which Jacob, her father, settled. 

769 PHEBE FIIANCINA, daughter of James C, and 
(246) Elizabeth M, (Frost) Hallock, b. New York City, Dec. 
17, 184.'}; m. July 26, 1864, New York City, Malcolm T, b. 
Mainsbcrg, Pa,, Sept, 28, 18.'3H, d, Brooklyn, N. Y., Sept, 26, 
1907, son of Horace Spencer and Minerva (Beecher) Maine, 

She was always known as Francina and lives in Brooklyn, 
N. Y., a member of all the well-known women's clubs of tha 
city. 

Issue (>faine) : 

161/J Hallork Mall.hoiie, b. N, Y, City, April 2.'J, 186fl, 
d, Brooklyn, June 1,'}, 1002; m. June 21, 1H08, 
I>l«lle, <laiiglit<'r of .foseph and Alice M, F.eg* 
K< II. Issue! llnUnrU AdutMS, b, July 2^, 1H09. 

1616 Maln.Ini '!'„ b. N, V, City, Dec. 9, 1866; m. 

March 8, 1809, Harriet C„ daughter of John 
(!, and Kiirali H, Diniiont. Issue; Horace Du- 
mont, b. Aug. 4, 190,3. 

1617 Elizal)eth Frost, b. Hackensack, N, J., Nov. 3, 

1869; m. Brooklyn, N. Y., Oct. 10, 1894, Wil- 
liam Mitchell, son of Wm. F. and Julia M. 
Rountree, Issue: (1) Isabel M,, b, Brooklyn, 
N. Y., Feb. 10, 1896, d. there Feb. 17, 1897; 
(2) Maine Mitchell, b. Brooklyn, May 0, 1898. 

1618 Frederic Eugene, b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Aug. 81* 



Sixth Geneeation 183 

1874; m. there, Nov, 14, 1906, Josephine, dau. 
of Augustus and Josephine Child. Issue: Fred- 
eric Child, b. May 20, 1911. 

1619 Eleanor, b. Brooklyn, N. Y., May 12, 1876, d. 

there, March 14, 1882. 

1620 iHahcl, h. Brooklyn, N. Y,, Nov. 28, 1880, d. 

K/itonuh, N. Y,, July 21, 1HH2. 
All the (ItcofiMcd incinhcrM of tliiH family arc buried in Fricndi* 
Ccinetery, Pronpect Park, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

772 MARY AMELIA, daughter of (248) Samuel and 
Susan (Coddington) Frost, b, Nov. 1, 18.30; m. June 15, 1859, 
Richard C, son of Richard M. and Ann (Craft) Reynolds. 
Lived Westchester County, and Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Issue (Reynolds) : 

1621 Samuel Frost, b. June 27, 1860, d. 6 years. 

1622 Richard C, b. Feb. 8, 1867, d. young. 

774 MARQUIS C, son of (248) Samuel and Susan (Cod- 
dington) Frost, b. May 14, 1837; of Pleasantville and Nyack, 
N. Y.; m, July 1, 1H5H, JoHcphinc B., b, Oct. 22, 1835, daugh- 
ter of Stephen and Leah (IIubbM) Miller. 

Issue: 

1623 William Edgar, b. May 10, 1859; m. Dec. 29, 

IHH.'}, iN/iliclla M. (Jahagan. Ihsuc: Samuel C, 
l''(lg(ir I/., Mn\u\ M. 

1624 Bcrth/i Aiiulia, b. August 31, 1864, lives near 

Nyark, N. Y. 
Josr-phiric \h linlcd (ih a incfnbcr of thf Society of Friends in 
New Y«)rl< I'Wy. MHi<|iii«, in IHD.'J, waN Ihc owner of the fam- 
ily Bible of (56) Olmdiah and IMicbo Front. 

776 HENRY IIOAG, son of (254) Solomon and Anna 
(Hoag) Frost, b. March 30, 1816, Oak Hill, N. Y., d. May 20, 
1903; m. Sept. 27, 1843, Julia A., daughter of Ezra and Sarah 
(Davis) Wilcox, b. Nov. 26, 1822, d. Dec. 7, 1907, at home of 
her son Solomon. 
Issue : 

-f-1625 Albert E., b. June 29, 1844. 
4-1626 Sarah Ann, b. April 20, 1847. 
+1627 Frances Emily, b. May 20, 1849. 



184 TlIK FitOHT OknKAI/OOY 

1627a Lilla, b. Feb. U, 1863, d. Nov. 28, 1863. 
+1628 Solomon Wilcox, b. Nov. 15, 1858. 
The maternal great-grandfather of Henry H. Frost wat 
Paul Hoag, a native of Dutchess County, where he lived and 
died. He was iilso a member of the Society of Friends, and 
reared his family in that faith, lie married Elizabeth Chase, 
by whom he hud eleven cliildrcn. Henry Hoag (grandfather) 
was the eldest of the cliildrcn, and lived to be ninety-six ycari 
old. He married Sarah Haiglit, to whom were born two sonii 
and three daiighfers, One of the daughters was Anna, who 
iriarried Holom(;n Frost «m<1 bccatiw th«' mother of Henry H, 
Front. Hlie was born at Nine VnrUxrH, Dutfluss (!ounty, and 
died at KoinerKct, N, V., Nov, ai, 1K91, aged ninety-six years. 
Henry H. Front grew to manhood on his father's fann, re- 
ceived hi* education in the pul)lic schools of his neighborhood. 
After receiving nufficicnt erlucation he began teaching school 
during the winter months, still intent on study for sclf-im- 
provrfficrit. In this way he taught nine terms, working on th« 
farm in the siunmcr, lie contiiuied farming until 1H05, when 
he removed to the village of KotnerMct, and embarked in the 
mercantile buhiness in partnership with C. J, Aldrich under the 
firm name of Aldrich & Frost, After eight months he pur- 
chttucd his partner's interest and two months afterwards asso- 
ciated himself with Albert Van Wagoner, under the firm name 
of Frost & Von Wagoner. This partnership lasted two years, 
at the end of which time Mr. Van Wagoner retired, and he 
conducted the business alone until 1871, when he took as a 
partner William Seism, when the firm became Frost & Seism, 
which continued for about nine months, when Mr. Seism re- 
tired, and he conducted the business under his own name again 
until 1888, when his son, Solomon W,, became his partner, un- 
der the firm name of H. H. Frost & Son. This partnership 
continued until the death of Henry H. Frost, May 20, 1903, 
when the son Solomon W. bought the business and still con- 
ducts the same. 

In politics Henry H. was formerly a Democrat, but for many 
yean before his death was a Republican. He has served as 
town superintendent of schools, as Justice of the Peace, and 
Town Clerk. He wa» a Notary Public, and for many yean 
drew the greater part of the deeds, mortgages, wilU, etc., in 
this scctioa From boyhood until about fifty yean of age he 



Sixth OENEaATiuN 186 

waB a member of the Friends, but wlicn about fifty years old 
he united with the Methodist Episcopal Church and was a 
devoted member until his death. He was a class leader, and 
was superintendent of the Sabbath School for nine years. 

Julia A. Frost was a devoted ChriHlian and member of the 
M. E. Church, and until a few years before her death devoted 
much of her time to those in sickness and in trouble. She had 
a kind word for everybody and spoke ill of none. She was a 
true follower in Christ's footsteps and a perfect woman. 

778 HAUAII HOAO, daughter of (204) Solomon and Anna 
(Hott«) Front, I), May 9, lHai ; m. Jan. «0, 1841, John E., b. 
Sept. 7, IHlfi, d, Aug. 3, 1894., son of Stephen and Amy Cush- 
man of Pittstown, N. Y. 
Issue (Cushman) : 

-f 1029 Solomon Frost. 

1629a Mary U., b. March 11, 18 19, lives Lockport, 
N. Y. 
-f 1(J30 Henry Frost. 

780 AMY, daughter of (254) Solomon and Anna (Hoag) 
Frost, b, Sept. 19, 1826, Schaffhticoke, N. Y, ; m. Nov. 15, 
1848, at SomtTHct, N. Y., Andrew Ilamblin, b. Aug. 20, 1823, 
Middlcbury, Vt.. d. Aug. 27, 1903, Wilson, N. Y. 
Issue (Hamblin) : 
+1631 Frank A. 

1632 Isaac, b. Wilson, N. Y., July 24, 1853. 
+1633 William H. 

1634 Elizabeth, b. Wilson, N. Y., July 24, 1863. 

782 ALMOND I)., son of (264) Solomon ond Anna (Hoag) 
Frost, b. Aug. 3, 1829; m. Oct. 22, 1856, Jane, b. March 12, 
1839, d. July 16, 1905, daughter of Hibbard and Phcbc (Hull) 
Fuller. Almond D. resides in England. 

Imuc: 

1635 Edward H., b. Sept. 26, 1859; m. Jan. 29, 1878, 

Maria, dau. of Dennis and Anastasia (Barnes) 
McAvoy. Issue: Elijah J.,, b. Feb, 28, 1879; 
m. Aug. 26, 1902, Nora Mahar, and had one 
dau., Eileen; Glenn E., b. Feb. 10, 1886; m. 
Oct. 29. 1907. Nellie Mahar, sister to Nora, 



186 The Fkost Genealoot 

and had son, Emraitt, rc«ide Somerset, N, Y. j 
Marguerite, b. March 23, 1890; Hiram F., b. 
Oct. 16, 1898. 

785 PHEBE S., daughter of (256) Samuel and Naomi 
(Halstead) Frost, b. Maj 15, 1812; m. Edward H. Young. 
Fhebe moved to Poughkeepsie in 1860. 

Imuc (Young) : 

1636 Clarence E., b, Aug. 14, 1860; m. 1870, Re- 

becca, dau. Jacob UnderhilL Issue: Edith M. 
and Blanche. 

1637 Anna; ni. Wm. Du Bois, farmer, of Charles Co., 

Md. Issue: Mary, Julia, Edna, Edward. 

1638 Phebe, unm. 

1639 Hannah, d. 1885. 

786 PAULINA, daughter of (256) Samuel and Naomi 
(Halstead) Frost, b. March 15, 1817, d. Jan. 17, 1892; m., 
1st, Lyman Haviland, b. Nov. 11, 1806, d. Dec. 14, 1880. 
Lived at Crum Elbow, N. Y. 

Issue (Haviland) : 

1640 Lyman Peter, b. Dec. 6, 1848; m. April 14, 

1878, Edith A., dau. of John A. Howland, b. 
Aug. 9, 1849. Lyman buried at Greenwood, 
Brooklyn. 

1641 Anna P., b. July 26, 1850; m. Jan. 1, 1871, Da- 

vid, son of Charles and Jane (Haviland) Hunt. 
Live Brooklyn, N. Y. 

1642 William Shcpard, b. March 25, 1856; m. Oct. 6, 

1880, Annie G,, daughter of Thomas W. and 
Maria G. Rice. 

1643 Edgar F., b. Oct. 19, 1860; m. Nov. 20, 1884, 

Fanny M., daughter of Wm. H- and Harriet 

(Merrill) Marston. 
Paulina m., 2nd, Daniel Baker. 
Issue (Baker): 

1644 Arthur. 

787 MOSES H., son of (256) Samuel and Naomi (Hal- 
stead) Frost, b. Jon. 16, 1819; m. Paulina S. MarshalL 



Sixth Oemebation 187 

I««ue: 

1646 Amelia; (1646) EmUy; (1647) Edgar. 

788 ANNA, daughter of (256) Samuel and Naomi (Hal- 
ttead) Frost; m. Moses Halstead. 
Issue (Halstead) : 

1648 Naomi; m. Robert Miller. 

1649 David; m.Kittie Truman. 

1660 Charles ; m. his brother David's widow. 

1661 Samuel, d. prior to 1893. 

794 JOHN L., son of Ambrose and (257) Phebe (Frost) 
Cock, b, April 14, 1816; m. March 23, 1841, Phebe EUza- 
beth, b. Jan. 6, 1821, d. March 26, 1858, daughter of (242) 
Jacob and Sarah (Maybe) Frost. John L. m., 2nd, 1867, 
Harriet S. Holmes. (See 761 for issue.) 

796 EDWARD B., son of Ambrose and (257) Phebe 
(Frost) Cock, b. Aug. 27, 1820; m. Jan. 11, 1844, Sarah Ann, 
daughter of (242) Jacob and Sarah (Maybe) Frost. (See 
762 for issue.) 

804 MARY S. M., daughter of (258) Solomon and Abi- 
gail (Smith) Frost, b. Oct. 25, 1814, d. Dec. 7, 1860; m. May 
19, 1836, Nathan, son of David and Jane (Cornell) Arnold, 
b. Dec. 21, 1810, d. Sept. 17, 1839. Both buried Poughkeep- 
sie, N. Y. 

Issue (Arnold) : 

-f-1652 Charles N. ; m. Caroline Sherman. 
-|-1653 Jane; m. George Olcott. 

1654 Abigail, b. Feb, 6, 1840, d. May 28, 1846. Bur. 
Poughkccpsic, N. Y. 

805 CHARLES, son of (257) Solomon and Abigail 
(Smith) Frost, b. July 10, 1819, d. Oct. 27, 1870; m. Dec. 20, 
1842, at Ninepartners' Meeting House of the "Friends," Ame- 
lia Hart, b. Aug. 11, 1822, d. July 16, 1889, daughter of Isaac 
and Eliza (Hart) Merritt of Hartsville. 

Lived in Poughkeepsie. 
Issue: 

1665 Eliza M., b. April 24, 1844; m. June 10, 1891, 



188 Tu£ Frost Genealogv 

Geo. Milo, b. March 21, IS-lil, son of Erastus 
and Charlotte (Losey) Hojt. He is a mer- 
chant and fanner, li>'ing at Mason, Mich. No 
children. 
+1656 Arthur Lockwood, b. Jan. 22, 1846. 

1657 Julia M., b. Nov. 9, 1847, d. unm. Dec. 12, 1899. 

1658 Franklin M., b. Oct. 8, 1850, d. May 22, 1858. 

1659 Alfred M., b. Dec. 13, 1857; m. Martha E., b. 

June 29, 1862, dau. John F. and Caroline 
(Carter) Hume, and have one son, Hume Mer- 
ritt, b. May 20, 1895. Live in Poughkeepsie, 
N. Y. Ins. and Real Estate. 
+1660 Louisa, b. Sept. 8, 1860. 

1661 Amelia, b. March 16, 1864, d. July 12, 1864. 

807 PHEBE C, daughter of (257) Solomon and Abi- 
gaU (Smith) Frost, b. April 2, 1827, d. May 7, 1890; m. Sept. 
20, 1849, Edward, son of Daniel and Martha (Akin) Merritt, 
of Pawling, N. Y., b, Quaker Hill, N. Y., Jan. 28, 1817, d. 
Dec. 6, 1888. Both buried PoughkccpBic, N. Y. 

Iwue (Mcrritt) : 

1662 Henry, b. May 4, 1851, Quaker Hill, N. ¥., d. 

Sept. 17, 1870, *: Poughkecpsie, N. Y. 

1663 Albert Akin, unm., living New York City, of firm 

Dougan & Merritt, Dispensing Chemists. 
+1664 Anita. 

809 HENRY S., son of (257) Solomon and Abigail 
(Smith) Frost, b. Jan. 14, 1825, buried Pawling, N. Y. ; m. 
June 23, 1865, Anna, who d. May 23, 1866, age 26 years 1 
month 6 days, daughter of Jonathan and Harriett (Taber) 
Akin. Henry m., 2nd, June 9, 1870, Emily Lockwood, of 
Goshen, Orange County, N. Y. 

Jonathan Akin was b. July 8, 1792, d. June 22, 1876, and 
hif wife Harriett, b. June 9, 1861, d. Nov. 14, 1880. 

Issue by second wife: 

1665 Fanny. 

1666 Laura, unm. 1910. 

818 HARRIETT P., daughter of (267) Solomon And AW- 
gail (Smith) Frott, b. Oct. 80, 1889, living Brooklyn, N. Y., 



Sixth Gekeeation 189 

1910; m. April 26, 1866, Richard P., b. Oct. 26, 1833, d. Sept. 
26, 1895, son of Isaac and Eliza (Hart) Merritt. 

Eliza A. Hart was the daughter of Philip and Susannah 
(Akin) Hart. Philip built a Colonial house in the pretty, 
quiet hamlet called Harts Village, 16 miles east of Pough* 
keepsie. Isaac Merritt built on a knoll of ground almost oppo- 
site his father-in-law, and in that house was bom Richard P. 
Merritt. Philip Hart's pleu;e is still owned and kept up by 
his descendants. 

Issue (Merritt) : 

1667 Richard, b. May 21, 1872. 

1668 Eliza Hart, b. March 22, 1876. 

1669 Grace Frost, b. Feb. 12, 1878. 

1670 Anna Vail, b. Oct. 1, 1880; m. Dec. 19, 1906, 

Edward Hallowell Worth, son of Wm. Penn 
and Caroline (Hallowell) Worth of Coates- 
ville, Pa. Issue: Margaret, b. Nov. 13, 1907; 
Anna, b. Nov. 26, 1910. 

814 ELIZA, daughter of (259) Aaron and Lydia (Ar- 
nold) Frost, b. Oct. 24, 1830; m. March 16, 1848, Wm. C. 
Barnes of Poughkccpsie. 

Issue (Barnes) : 

1671 Joseph; m. 1881, Juliet C. Humstone. Issue: 

Walter H. ; m. Nettie Vif^jer ; Harris C. 

1672 Susan J., d. Feb. 14, 1910, in Baltimore, Md., 

unm. 

1673 William C, d. 1867, age 7 years. 

1674 Irving F., living Baltimore, Md. 

PIO AARON VAIL, son of (259) Aaron and Lydia (Ar- 
nold) Frost, b. Aug. 2, 1834, d. March 21, 1907; m. June 1, 
1885, Leontine J. R6naud. 
Issue : 

1674a Aaron Vail, b. June 2, 1886; m. Jessie Stilwcll, 
daughter of Dr. and Mrs, Albert P. Gore of 
St. George, Md. Issue: Aaron Vail; Albert 
Gore. Mr. Frost is a member o{ the firm of 
Black, Starr & Frost, the Ffth Avenue Jewel- 
ers of New York City. 



190 The Frost Genealogy 

819 ANNA W., daughter of (260) Henry and Elizabeth 
(Clark) Frost, b. Dec. 2, 1825, d. March 20, 1899; m, Oct. «5, 
1848, Samuel Hcustis, b. July 11, 1820, d. Jan. 22, 1899, son 
of James H. and Elizabeth (Marshall) Clapp. They lived at 
Cnun Elbow, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Issue ( Clapp) : 

-f 1675 Henry F., b. July 4, 1852, 

1676 Herbert W., b. Nov. 11, 1863 ; m. May 11, 1880, 

Sopliia H., daughter of John and Margaret 
Sawyer. Issue: Mary Sawyer, b. Nov. 10, 
1881 ; m. John C. Bennett; Sophia H., b. Sept. 
26, 1887. 

821 WILLIAM HENRY, son of (260) Henry and Eliza- 
beth (Clark) Frost, b. May 3, 1833, at Clinton, N. Y., moved 
to Hastings, Mich., and in Kalamazoo m. May 5, 1857, Har- 
riett L., b. ^farch 26, 1838, daughter of George and Mary 
(Cock) Thomas. Mary Cock was the eldest daughter of Am- 
brose and Phebe (257) (Frost) Cock. William Henry and 
wife both living in Hastings, Mich., in 1910. 

Issue: 

1677 Mary C, b. Clinton, N. Y., Feb. 21, 1859, d. in 

Hastings, Mich., Nov. 1, 1873. 

1678 Edward I., b. CHnton, N. Y., Oct. 27, 1861 ; m. 

Oct 13, 1882, at Hastings, Mich., Ella B., b. 
March 22, 1863, daughter of Nehemiah and 
Harriett (CharlcH worth) Cook. No issue. 

1679 Walter A., b. Gull Lake, Mich., July 4, 1865, 

unm. 1910. 

1680 Alfred L., b. Hastings, Mich., April 12, 1872, 

d. Nov. 9, 1873. 

1681 Herman W,, b. Hastings Mich,, Oct. 14, 1875; 

m. Nov. 20, 1901, Hastings, Mich., Maude I.y 
dau. of Frank and Olive (Searles) Rorabuck. 
Issue: Stuart M., b. April 30, 1907, d. Oct. 8, 
1908 ; Howard A., b. Nov. 9, 1908, 

822 CAROLINE, daughter of (260) Henry and Elizabeth 
(Clark) Frost, b. July 28, 1838; m. Benj. Franklin, b. Not. 
SO, 1819, son of Dr. James Otis and Pluma (Merrill) Pond. 
Caroline (Frost) Pond living Tenafly, N. J., 1910. 



Sixth Genekation 191 

Itaue (Pond) : 

168« Lavinia, b. Oct. 28, 1866, living Tenafly, N. J., 
unra., 1910. 

1683 Franklin Merrill, b. Dec. 6, 1868, d. April 1, 

1872. 

1684 Helen Wctherbce, b. Dec. 2, 1870, d. April 1, 

1872. 

1685 Edith Lemira, b. Sept. 19, 1873; m. June 14, 

1899, Vernon E. Carroll. Issue: Vernon E., 
Helen M., Lorin F. 

1686 Henry Otis, b. Feb. 26, 1876; m. Oct. 7, 1907, 

Winnefred M. Semple. 

839 PHEBE ANN, daughter of (266) George and Abi- 
gail (Tanner) Frost, b. Oct. 25, 1824, d. Jan. 28, 1908; m. 
Oct. 16, 1844, at Rensselaerville, N. Y., Robert McClelland, 
who d. May 28, 1896. 

Issue (McClelland): 

1687 George, b. Sept. 24, 1845, d. Dec. 31, 1899, 

Des Moines, la., leaving widow and two sons. 

1688 Frank, lives Stanwood, Iowa. 

840 STEPHEN G., son of (266) George and Abigail 
(Tanner) Frost, b. Rensselaerville, N. Y., Oct. 26, 1826, living 
1911, Spokane, W^nsh. ; m. May 27, 1849, at Windham, N. Y., 
Elizabeth, b. April 21, 18.30, d. Clovcrdale, Cal., May 6, 1889, 
daughter of Richard and Nancy (Wood worth) Fairchild, of E. 
Jewett, Greene County, N. Y. Richard Jcwett was bom April 
27, 1808, d. in his 76th year. He and Nancy were m. July 13, 
1829. Nancy wa» the daughter of Tifmnol and Lydia (Winter) 
Woodworth of IC. Jewett, N, Y. Richard and Nancy both d. 
Marion, Iowa. Nancy, b. Dec. 12, 1808, d. Sept. 16, 1891. 

Stephen left home in his thirteenth year, going to Cox- 
Backie, N. Y. From there he went to New York City and lived 
there six or seven years from 1841. Left there, went to Wis- 
consin, thence to Iowa in 1866, to California 1883, Washington 
1889. He is now living with his son in Spokane, Wash. 

Issue : 

+1698 George W. 



192 The Frost Genealogy 

844 EDWARD, son of (268) Caleb and Miriam (Drake) 
Frost, b. March 12, 1822, d. Dec. 8, 1896; m. Dec. 8, 1847, 
Phebe Ann Hagadom, b. June 18, 1830, d. Feb. 2, 1903, 
daughter of George and Watie (Tanner) Hagadom. Liv. in 
Meduxa, Albanj Co., N. Y. 

IiBue: 

1690 Priscilla, b. Nov. 18, 1848; m. Sept. 9, 1884, 

Kansotn Arnold, who d. Jan. 19, 1891; she m., 
2nd, Feb. 17, 1892, Hiram Dietz, who d. Oct. 
1, 1901, Oak Hill, N. Y. No issue. 

1691 Rose S., b. Oct. 10, 1852, d. May 19, 1888, unm. 

1692 Arthur C, b, June 6, 1857; m, Dec, 20, 1886, 

Alida Evory, d. Nov, 1, 1887; he m., 2nd, 
Oct. 9, 1889, Minnie C. Mackay, dau. of Hor- 
ace, who had Julia May, b. Aug. 10, 1893, and 
Hazel, b. Dec. 16, 1894. 

1693 Libbic M., b. June 13, 1859; m. Dec. 19, 1901, 

James L., son of Isaac and Mary A. (Niles) 
Utter, d. June 16, 1904, lived Oak Hill, N. Y. 
No issue. 

1694 Jane M., b. April 7, 1868; m, Jan. 22, 1896, 

SnmncJ. son of Luther H, and Mary (Winann) 
NilcH, lived Ouk Mill, N. Y. No i^ue. 

846 CATHARINE, daughter of (268) Caleb and Miriam 
(Drake) Frost, b. April 21, 1825, d. Oct. 10, 1904; m. Jan. 
16, 1846, Wm. McCIellan. 

Issue (McCIellan): 

1695 Anna M., b. Sept. 6, 1848; m. June 22, 1881, 

George Gerald, d. May 6, 1908. No issue. 

1696 Wm. Edward, b. Aug. 3, 1850, d. Dec. 8, 1896; 

m. May 23, 1894, Mary A. Palmer. Issue: 
Kathryn, b. 1895, and Robert E., b. 1896. 

1697 Sarah Jane, b. Oct. 22, 1852, unm. 

An fanners, liring in Unadilla, Otsego County, N. Y. 

848 JOHN D., son of (268) Caleb and Miriam (Drake) 
Frost, b. Dec. 22, 1828, d. May 3, 1908; m. Nov. 29, 1854, 
Mary J. Mahem; 2nd, Oct. 10, 1860, Phcbc E., b. Oct. 1«, 
1826, d. Nor. 8, 1908, daughter of James and Anna (Mead) 



Sixth Generation 193 

• 
Sheldon. In 1893 John and Phebe hved in Potter's Hollow, 
Albany County, N. Y. 
Issue by first wife: 

1698 Mary J., b. Nov. 2, 1858; m. Jan. 13, 1884, 

Herbert Alger. Issue: Ada M., b. 18HG; John 
H., b. 1888. Live Potter's Hollow, N. Y. 
Issue by second wife: 

1699 James Sheldon, b. Dec. 1, 1864, a lawyer, Al- 

bany, N. Y. ; m. Oct. 15, 1902, Dorothy, dau. 
of Pcltiah W. and Florence C. (Mitchell) 
Gould. No issue. 

854 ISRAEL G., son of (268) Caleb and Miriam (Drake) 
Frost, b. July 11, 1838, according to some records, but accord- 
ing to the "Friends' " Records, it was July 11, 1840; lived in 
Albany, N. Y., d. Aug. 12, 1900; m. Sept. 15, 1868, Lydia H., 
daughter of Enoch and Hannah Chadwick. 

Issue : 

1700 Florence M., b. Dec. 22, 1870; m. Dec. 31, 

1897, Maynard M. Way. Live Albany, N. Y. 

1701 Knofh Stanley, b. Sept. 28, 1876; m. S<-pt. 7, 

1909, Maude Way Marshall. Live Albany, 
N. Y. 

1702 Anna, h. Drc. 16, 1877; in. Oct. 11, 1905, Her- 

bert A. Iloiid. Live Klinhurst, L. I. Issue: 
Newton Frost and Frances Jlorgan, twins, b. 
July 14, 1907. 

859 JOSEPH GEORGE, son of (270) William and Sarah 
(Wooley) Frost, b. Poughkecpsie, N. Y., Feb. 6, 1839; m. 
June 14, 1866, Rebecca Carman, b. Sept. 5, 1843, daughter of 
Reuben and Helen (Wood) North. Bom and lived in Pough- 
keepsie. At one time collector and supervisor there. 
Issue : 

-f 1703 Helen North, b. June 15, 1869. 
-f 1704 Mina Louise, b. June 8, 1873. 

1705 Raymond Mott, b. May 3, 1876, d. Jan, 6, 1905. 

1706 Allen, b. July 17, 1878, unm. 1910, living in 

Poughkccpsie. 

1707 Marion North, b. May 10, 1882; m. Nov. 14, 



104f TiiK I'aorr Gknkai/Ooit 

1907» HatMijfl Porter, Mon o/ Duvid Gordon and 
i\nriie (Liii(Jnay) Allen of Havunnuh, Ga. 

1708 Loui» North, b. Feb. n, 1884. 

1709 llobcrt PariMb, b. Aug., 1870, d. 187a. 

863 JESSE MEKEEL, son of (273) Thomas and Sarah 
(Otis) Frost, b. Feb. 10, 1824, d. May 7, 1859; m. Huldah 
Esther, b. Moravia, N. Y,, March 20, 1828, d. Aug. 29, 1907, 
daughter of Jcreminh and Esthor (J)arrow) Alice from Con- 
ntft'llcui, and of Fntich dcNcctit. Dolh burl<?d in Moravia, 
N. V. 

Imuc i 

4-1710 HnrnU Liiclhi, b. Mny 23, 18/)«. 

1711 Thoii.u* v., b. .lun. 18, IH/JO, d. July 30, 1000, 

a lawyer, d. unm. 

1712 William, b. July 6, 1859, unm. Dentist, living 

Moravia, N. Y. 

1713 James Alice, b. 1857, d. age 8 months. 

865 MAHY, daughter o( (273) Thomas and Sarah (Otis) 
Front, b. July, 1825, d. March, 1808, buried TnunanHbcrg, N. 
Y.; m. 1K50, at IJlynHCH, N. Y., lloKwell, b, Nov,, 1815, d. Oct., 
1884, aM WiH Kccond wife, son of Daniel and Olive (Morgan) 
Barto, of Jacksonville, N. Y. They Uve<l at Ulysses, N. Y. 

Issue (Harto) : 

4-1714 Daniel Otis, b. March 20, 1852. 
4-1716 Edmund C, b. July 10, 1855. 
4-1716 Thomas Frost, b. July 30, 1867. 

866 FinCLOVi:, (laughter of (273) TIumikih and Sarah 
(Otis) Frost, b. Moravia, N. Y., May .30, 1827, living with her 
daughter, Mrs. Stafford, in Chicago, 1910; m. Nov., 1849, at 
Evansvillc, Ind., William L., son of Morris and Lydia (Hop- 
kins) Lcggctt, a Baptist minister, b. Feb. 23, 1823, d, Dec. 3, 
1893, buried Sioux City, Iowa. He was descended from Wil- 
liam Osboume Legate, the Pope*s legate in London in the 
thirteenth century. 

Issue (Ltfggett): 

1717 Rev. Mary L., b. April 23, 1851, living in Bof- 

ton, 1910. 

1718 Hackaliah Leslie, b. Oct. 29, 1852; m. and had 



Sixth Oknkratiom 100 

lar^o fnm'ily in Dew Moincd, Iowa. 

1719 II, TnivlH, I). Oct. fl, IHnO, <l. 1H97, buried Sioux 
City, Iowa; in. Issue: Carrie, Lynn. Live 
Los Angeles, Cal. 
+1720 Isftdore C, b. Nov. 3, 1862. 

1721 William T., b. June 27, 1869, living with his sis- 
ter Isadore, and has a son, Travis, about 17 
years old. 

«fl7 LVDIA, duuKJitiT of Cfiloh and (274) Anna (Frost) 
Carnwui, b. Oct. 26, 1H16, d. .Ian, 19, IHH; in. Feb. 11, 1H.'J6, 
Elnutlmn, b. rutnum County, N. Y., July 18, 1809, d. near 
M<fckl(iil)irg, N. V,, Jan, 1/J, 1894, non of Ocorgo and Mary 
(RobinHon) Wixoin. 
Issue (Wixom) : 

+1722 Caleb C„ b. April T), 1838. 
+1723 Anna C, b. May 10, 1840. 
Elnathan Wixom m., 2nd, Oct. 19, 1842, (873) Martha, 
daughter of William and (275) Phebe (Frost) Cannan, b. 
Aug. 22, 1813, d, Sept. 11, 1895. 
Issue (Wixoin) : 

+1724 William, b. Aug. 2, 1845. 
+1725 Charles, b. Dec. 6, 1847. 

868 JACOn, son of Caleb and (274) Anna (Frost) Car- 
man, b. Aug. 19, 1820, d. June 19, 1896, at Trumansburg, N. 
Y.; m. Feb, 3, 1847, Julia, b. Nov, 3, 1826, living, 1910, in 
Ithaca, N, Y., daughter of Abncr Hill and Adeline (Law) 
Waters. 

Issue (Carman) : 

1726 Gcrrct Smith, b. Aug. 6, 1849; m. Carrie Betts. 

1727 Frank W., b. March 7, 18,53; m. Julia, dau. of 

John A. and Lucinda (Harrison) Letts, of 
Ulysses, N. Y. Issue: Charles 0., b. 1883. 
+1728 James S., b. Dec. 26, 1855, 
+1729 Frederic D„ b, Jan, 10, 1858. 

1730 Alice Bell, b. March 8, 1866, living Ithaca, N. Y. 
Jacob lived near Jaclcsonvillc, N. Y., Tompkins County, ex- 
cept about six yean of his married life, when he lived at Perry 
City, N. Y. 



196 Tiiii FiioNT Qkskavoox 

869 FKEELOVE, dauKlitcr of Culob and (274) Anna 
(Fro»t) Cannan, b. April 8, 18^5, d, June 7, 1908; m. March 
17, 18*7, Humplircy 1), Tripp, d, Jan. 10, 1880. 
If cue (Tripp) : 

1731 Charles, b. Dec. 2, 1848, farmer, Trumansburg, 
N. Y.; m. Dec. 8, 1881, Tamar E,, dau. of 
John and Amy (Hollcnbeck) Spalding. Issue: 
Walter C, b. April 1, 1890. 
+1732 Mary Hliove, b, Aii^. 29, 1804. 

871 MOUDKCAI, son of William and (276) Plicbe 
(Frost) Cannan, b. near MccIilcnbcTg, N. Y., Dec. 8, 1809, d. 
Dec 30, 1882; m. Jan. 26, 1837, Jane L., b. Feb. 24, 1812, d. 
July 6, 18.'58, near Mecklcnborf^, N. Y., daughter of Abram and 
Esther Sutton of De Huytcr, Madison County, N. Y, No issue. 

.Mord»c/«i III,, 2n(l, Dec. 18, 1802, ]t»uli(l, b, Sherwood, Cay- 
uga County, N. Y,, .Juno 9, 18^/5, d, near Mccklenbcrg, N. Y,, 
Dec. 0, 1H73, t\n\i^\t\cr of .Moses and Hannah Fell of Hcipio, 
Cayuga County, N. Y. No issue. 

Mordecai m., 3rd, Jan. 21, 1875, at Union Springs, N. Y., 
Mrs. Agnes Mills, daughter of Mr. Tuttle, b. Sept. 2.'5, 1829, 
at Turin, Lewis County, N. Y., d. June, 1883, in Enfield, 
Tompkins County, N. Y. No issue. 

872 ELIZABETH, daughter of William and (27.5) Phebe 
(Frost) Carman, b. near Mecklenberg, N. Y., Sept. 2.5, 1811, 
d. July 8, 189.5; m. Dec. 20, 1854, Parker, b. Covert, Seneca 
County, N. Y., Oct. 18, 1820, d. near Mecklenberg, N. Y., Jan, 
21, 1900, son of George and Mary Wixom. No issue. 

873 ^LVRTHA, daughter of William and (275) Phebe 
(Frost) Cannan, b. near ^lecklenberg, N. Y., Aug. 22, 1813, 
d- Sept. 11, 1895; m. Oct, 19, 1842, as his second wife, Elna- 
ihan, b. Putnam County, July 12, 1809, d. near Mecklenberg, 
N. Y., Jan. 15, 1894, son of (Jcorge and Mary (Robinson) 
Wixom. (See No. 867.) 

Issue (Wixom) : 

1733 William, b. Aug. 2, 1845. (Sec No. 1724.) 

1734 Charles, b. Dec. 6, 1847. (See No. 1726.) 

874 THOMAS, son of William and (276) Phebe (Frost) 



Sixth Oknkkation 197 

Carman, b. near Mccklcnherg, N. Y,, June 19, 1815, d. April 9, 
1899; m, Feb, 12, 1840, at FHondu' Meeting House, Perry 
City, N, Y., Margaret, b. Uridgcwater, Oneirla County, March 
a, 1817, d. March 3, 1876, near Mccklenbcrg, N. Y., daughter 
of Obediah and Ruth WilHams. 
lasue (Carman) : 

1736 Anna, b. May 28, 1841 ; m. Dec. 15, 1864, Chas. 
Corey, who d. April 4, 1902. Issue: Susan, 
John, Margaret, and Ehza. 

1736 Catharine Williams, b. Aug. 27, 1847 ; m. as his 

second wife, (1722) Caleb Wixom, son of 
(867). 

1737 William, b. March 31, 1852; m. June 10, 1875, 
, Amelia Cooper. Issue: Estella, Thomas, 

Clarence, Charles and Hal ph. 

1738 Mary lOlizabeth, b. Jan. 18, 1859; m. Jan. 28, 

1892, Sellm, son of George and Frances (How- 
ell) Uodlc. Issue: Isabella, b. 1894. 
Thomas m., 2nd, Dec. 14, 1876, Catharine, b. Newport, R. 
I., Jan. 10, 1810, d. near Mccklenbcrg, N. Y., daughter of 
Obediah and Ruth WilHams and sister of his first wife. No 



876 RICHARD, son of William and (275) Phebe (Frost) 
Carman, b. near Mccklenbcrg, N. Y., April 4, 1817, d. May 
80, 1895; m. April 9, 1843, Mah-ina Amelia, b. Sept. 17, 1819, 
d. Jan. 7, 1905, near Mecklenberg, N. Y., daughter of George 
and Polly Weybum, of Ulysses, Tompkins County, N. Y. 

Issue (Carman) : 

1739 George Weybum, b. June 21, 1844; m. Loretta 

Smith, of Burdet, N. Y. Issue: Mary, Sarah, 
Lewis, Phebe. 

1740 Phebe, b. April 29, 1847; m. Lewis Smith, bro. 

of Loretta. Lives Franklinville, N. Y. Issue: 
Anna, Grace, Robert. 
+1741 Henry H., b. Nov. 4, 1852. 

1742 Martha, b. Aug. 6, 1864, d. June 3, 1868. 

1743 Jane L., b. July 26, 1857; m. John B. Davis, an 

Englishman. Issue: Ellen, m. Walter Treman 
of Salt Lake City; Henry, Weybum, Edgar» 
Dorothy. 



198 The Feost Genealogy 

1744 Ellen Mary, b. March 9, 1863, unra. 

876 HENRY, son of William and (275) Phebe (Frost) 
Carman, b. near Meckknberg, N. Y., March 4, 1819, d. near 
Hector, Schuyler County, N. Y., Jan, 30, 1867; m. Jan. 11, 
1848, Mary, b. Newburg, N. Y., Feb. 12, 1817, daughter of 
Wright and Ruth Beyea. Mary d. at Union Springs, N. Y. 

Issue (Carman) : 

1745 Mordecai, b. Jan. 14, 1849, at Lansing, N. Y., d. 

unm. Sept. 1, 1868, at Union Springs, N. Y. 

1746 Emma, b. March 20, 1851 ; m. Nov, 2, 1871, at 

Union Springs, N, Y., Horace, b. Jan. 6, 1849, 
son of Daniel and Margaret Mosher. They 
live at Union Springs, N. Y. 

881 ELEANOR, daughter of Samuel and (276) Chariotte 
(Frost) Upton, b. Jan. 22, 1809, d. Nov. 30, 1846; m. Sept. 6, 
1833, Cornelius, b. IMarch 1, 1806, Dutchess County, N. Y., d. 
Aug. 9, 1881, in Tuscola, Mich., son of Jerome and Sabra 
(Scott) Van Voorhis, of Fishkill, N. Y. 

Issue (Van Voorhis) : 

1747 Sabra Ann, d. at 18 years. 

1748 Howard, living Spring Arbor, Mich. 

882 SAMUEL, son of Samuel and (276) Chariotte (Frost) 
Upton, b. July 10, 1811, d. Jan. 26, 1856, lived Vassar, Mich.; 
m. Margaret Ann, b. Matteawnn, N. Y., April 9, 1809, daugh- 
ter of Jerome and Sabra (Scott) Van Voorhis, of Fishkill, N. 
Y. Both d. at Matteawan, N. Y. 

Issue (Upton) : 

1749 Daniel E., b. Parma, Mich., July 27, 1850, d. 

1852. 

1750 EHz. Carman, b. Parma, Mich., Oct. 16, 1843, d. 

unm. Dec. 4, 1893, at Sandstone, Mich. 
+1751 Eleanor, b. May 4, 1848. 

885 DA^^EL, son of Samuel and (276) Chariotte (Frost) 
Upton, b. Aug. 12, 1818, d. June 80, 1893; m. Mary E. 
Strong, of Parma, Mich. 

Iscne (Upton) : 

1752 Edward E.; m. Etta Enrin, Htm Lake Harbor, 



Sixth Generation 199 

Mich. Adopted dau. Dorothj about 16 years 
old, 1909. 
+1753 Daniel. 

1754) Edna ; m. Charles Pelt, fanner, Muskegon, Mich. 
Issue: Charles, Ruth, Samuel, Helen. 

886 HARVEY, son of Samuel and (276) Charlotte 
(Frost) Upton, b. Jan. 28, 1821, d. Oct. 31, 184-4; m. Eliza- 
beth Norton, of Parma, Mich. 

iBsue (Upton) : 

1764) Harvey, unm., living in Soldiers' Home, Leaven- 
worth, Kas., 1910. 

887 STEPHEN, son of Samuel and (276) Charlotte 
(Frost) Upton, b. May 20, 1823, d. July, 1861-2; m. Abigail 
Richardson, of Parma, Mich. 

Issue (Upton) : 

1755 Stephen. In Asylum for Insane, 1910, Kalama- 

zoo, !Mich. 

1756 Demns H., last heard of in Dakota. 

894. JESSE, son of (282) Abner and Betsey (Mcrritt) 
Frost, b. July 7, 1836, lives at Smyrna, Mich., a peach farmer; 
m. Oct. 8, 1858, Mrs. Emily Weeks, d. June 9, 1901, daughter 
of Elijah and Rebecca Rose, and widow of Daniel Weeks, to 
whom she was m. May 23, 1843. 

Issue : 

+1751 Jay D., b. Oct. 4, 1859. 
+1758 George B., b. Jan. 31, 1862. 

Jesse m., 2nd, Dec. 11, 1907, Corlista Jones Wager, who d. 
July 13, 1909. In 1879 Jesse moved from Penfield, N. Y., to 
Alton, Mich., now changed to Vergennes. 

896 SARAH, daughter of (282) Abner and Betsey (Mer- 
ritt) Frost, b. June 18, 1824; m. Howard Conrow. 

Issue (Conrow) : 

1769 Lewis, living Guilford, N. Y. 
1760 Carrie; m., 1st, Ira Heath; 2nd, Edwin Wil- 
liams, living Newark, N. Y. 

897 EMELINE, daughter of (282) Abner and Betsey 
(Mcrritt) Frost, b. March 1, 1826, d. Feb. 11, 1888; m. Oct. 



200 The Fbost Gekeaix)oy 

16, 1844, Ixjrcnzo, b. July Q, 1819, at CJiilc, N. Y., d. Sept. 17, 
1886, ion of James K. and Fanny (Bristol) Martin. 
Issue (Martin) : 

+1761 Almeron, b. Aug. 22, 1845. 

1762 James Arthur, b. Sept. 7, 1850; m. Nov. 29, 

1877, Sarah Martin. Issue: Earl, A 1881; 
Edna P., Bemice W. 

1763 Prjor F., b. Aug. 26, 1852; m. Dec. 7, 1881, 

Nellie D. Bly. Issue: Royal Bly, b. July 8, 
1888. Live Henrietta, N. Y. 

1764 Frank L., b. Sept. 10, 1857; m. Sept. 18, 1889, 

Myrtic H. Hicc. Issue: Howard U., R. War- 
ner, Leslie G. Live Henrietta, N. Y. 

1765 Byron Abner, b. Feb. 11, 1854, d. Aug. 4, 1863. 

1766 Helen, b. Sept. 18, 1848. 

1767 Emily Jane, b. Jan. 27, 1847, d. Oct. 27, 1847. 

1768 Jane, b. Oct. 26, 1855. 
Helen and Jane living Rochcuter, N. Y. 

Ixjrenzo Martin wan a fanner and livcfl at Henrietta, N. Y, 
James K. Martin was son of Killian and Milliccnt Martin. 

898 CAROLINE, daughter of (282) Abner and Betsey 
(Mcrritt) Frost, b. June 19, 1827, d. June 28, 1885, buried 
Oswego, N. Y.; m. Andrew A., b, Jan. 14, 1828, d. June 17, 
1902, buried beside his wife; was superintendent of a box fac- 
tory, Castoriand, N. Y., and son of Abraham and Eliza Ann 
(Wood) Wood. 

Issue (Wood) : 

+1769 Carrie Oleta, b. March 6, 1859. 
+1770 John Thome, b. Nov. 27, 1852. 

Andrew and family lived in California 14 years as farmers, 
then moved to New York City, where he was in the trucking 
business. 

900 MARY ANN, daughter of (282) Abner and Betsey 
(Merritt) Frost, b. Aug. 3, 1831 ; m. Milo Whitney. 
Issue (\Vhitney): 

1771 Adelia; m. Chauncey Brewer, live Rochester. 

N. Y. 

1772 Isadore; m. Oscar Smith, live Fairport, N. Y. 



Sixth Genebation 801 

1773 Ktntna ; m. Lafayette Thurlow, live Stewart, Neb. 

1774 Laura. 
1776 Henrj. 

901 MERRITT J., son of (282) Abner and Betsey (Mer- 
ritt) Frost, stone mason, b. Sept. 7, 1834, d. March 7, 1896; 
m. Ruth, b. Kendall, N. Y., May 8, 1845, daughter of David 
And Emily Ellen (Rose) Weeks. 

Issue : 

1776 Ella Oleta, b. Sept. 6, 1863, d. unm. Sept. 28, 

1884. 

1777 Lottie Jane, b. Dec. 9, 1866; m. Nathan A. 

Conrow. Issue: Earl I., b. June 25, 1890. 

1778 Edwin G., b. Oct. 1, 1872; m. Jan. 9, 1896, 

Bertha, b. Jan. 10, 1876, daughter of Clark 
and Mary Louise (Staring) Gray. He is a 
travelling salesman. Lives Webster, N. Y. 
No issue. 

903 HENRY, son of (282) Abner and Betsey (Merritt) 
Frost, b. Jan. 22, 1842, lives Webster, N, Y. ; m. March 1, 
1869, Ada E,, b, April 11, 1848, daughter of Samuel B. and 
Joann (Dicdrich) Cowel, Henry in Andersonvillc, Ga., prison 
in Civil War. Paroled April 21, 1865. He lives on Abner 
Frost homestead. 

Issue : 

+1779 Arthur B., b. Feb. 9, 1871. 

904 LEWIS, son of (282) Abner and Betsey (Merritt) 
Frost, lives Rochester, N. Y., b. March 3, 1845 ; m. Elisabeth 
Hyler. 

Issue : 

1780 Adclla, m. Rev. Harry Grcensmith; (1781) 
Grace; (1782) Bhinche; (1783) Sarah; 
(1784) William; (1785) Ida, m. Ephraim 
Hart. 

914 SAMUEL, son of Samuel and (284) Mary (Frost) 
Maffett, b, June 26, 1831 ; m. Ruth, daughter of John Holmes, 
of Bradford, Penn,, and Scipio, N. Y. Samuel was in the Civil 
War, 18th Regiment, Regulars, of Michigan. He wa« a pris- 
oner at Andersonville, Ga. 



202 The Feost Genealoot 

Issue (Maffett): 

1786 Clinrlcs E., deceased. 
-fl787 Helen. 

1788 John J., deceased. 
Samuel m., 2nd, Jan. 1, 1866, after his return from the war^ 
(879) Gula, b. Julj 5, 1826, daughter of (276) Charlotte 
(Frost) and Samuel Upton. 

Samuel was a millwright and built some of the largest saw 
mills in the United States. In 1910 he was City Treasurer of 
' 3Iuskegon Heights, Mich. 

918 IRA JESSE, son of Anthony Bard and (284) Mary 
(Frost) Hughes, b. Parma, Mich., Dec. 6, 1845, d. Kansas 
City, Mo., July 22, 1908, buried Albion, Mich.; m. Nov. 12, 
1872, EUice M. Murray. 

Issue (Hughes) : 

+1789 Mary Lovina, b. Jan. 18, 1875. 

1790 Edmund Emery, b. Aug. 6, 1877, served in Phil- 

ippines three years. Now dentist, Kansas City, 
m. Oc't, 26, 1{)()K IlcH'iic N'ic'holKon. Ihcuc: 
Lois B., b. June 2.'3, 1909. 

1791 Don Anthony, b. Sept. 4, 1888; dentist, Kansas 

City; m. Dec. 5, 1908, Bculah Demint. Issue t 
Margaret A., b. Sept., 1909. 

920 DAVID H., son of (285) Thomas C. and Hannah 
(Hftlhtead) Stringluim, b. Aug. 27, 18fJ4, d. Sept. 8, 1894, 
buried Friends' Cemetery, Crum Elbow, N. Y. ; m. Sept. 1854, 
Sarah C, daughter of Lewis and Phebe Bogardus of De Ruy- 
ter, N. Y. 

Issue (Stringham): 

1792 U'wis C, b. July 3, 1862; in. Nellie Conklin. 

1793 Charics T., b. Jan, 7, 1865, d. March 13, 1891. 

Buried Crum Elbow, N, Y. 

921 ANNA H., daughter of (286) Thomas C. and Han- 
nah (Hal«tea<l) Stringham, b. 1832; m. 1850, Edward N., son 
of Daniel and Hannah Carpenter, of Mackinac, Westchester 
County, N. Y. 

Issue (Carpenter) : 

1794 Thomas; (1795) John E., m. Mary H. Walker, 



Sixth Generation 203 

and hnd Howard nnd Amy; (1796) Dnnicl J.; 
(1797) George VV.; (1798) Edith H., m. 
Elmer Kintz; (1799) Mury, m. George Wray 
and had Frederick; (1800) Walter; (1801) 
Charles. 

926 MARY, daughter of (286) Daniel and Elizabeth (Ba- 
right) Stringham; m. John C. Ingraham. 
Issue (Ingraham) : 

1802 Mary E, ; m, Reuben, son of Jonathan Devinc. 

Issue: Irving, d, 1880; Augusta, Edna. 

1803 Daniel C. ; m. Emma Jane Phillips and Emma 

Alley. 

1804 Henry G., d. 1882; m. Phebe Hyzer. No issue. 

931 MARIA, daughter of Griffin and (287) Dorcas 
(Stringham) Wilbcr; m. George, son of Jeremiah Shultz of 
Wurtemburgh, N. Y. 
Issue (Shultz) : 

1806 Lorenzo; (1806) Elmer; (1807) Alice, m. Irving 
Coon and had Edith and Vivia; (1808) Griffin; 
(1809) Jerry; (1810) George A.; (1811) 
Mary, m. Clmrles Travcr; (1812) Maria, m. 
Edw. Cookingham; (1813) Emmet. 

937 THOMAS, son of (288) David and Lydia (Barmore) 
Stringham, b. May 22, 1833; m. Oct, 7, 1857, Mary H., b. 
Oct. 1, 1836, daughter of Samuel and Mary A. (Gardner) 
Adams, of East Park, N. Y, 

Issue (Stringham) : 

1814 Charles C, an adopted son, h, April 10, 1864, d. 
of consumption in California, Nov., 1901. 
Thomas living Salt Point, N. Y., and one of 
the few remaining members of the Crum Elbow 
Friends* Meeting. 

938 ISAAC, son of (288) David and Lydia (Barmore) 
Stringham, b. July 80, 1834; m. Nov. 18, 1867, Lucinda, 
daughter of Amos and Margaret (Scryver) Lyon, of Clinton 
Hollow, N. Y. 



StO^ The Feost Genealogy 

Issue '(Stringham) : 

1815 Emma, b. April 18, 1863; m. Theron J., son of 

Alpheus and Elizabeth (Hodden) Briggs, of 
Clinton Hollow, N. Y., and had Arthur, b. 
Aug. 26, 1885. 

1816 Mory E., b. Feb. 13, 1872. 

939 JOHN, Hon of (288) David and Lydia (Barmore) 
Stringham, b. Sept. 22, 1835; m. Oct. 0, 1857, Ann Eliza, 
daughter of Ilciiry and Jiitiily Barnca, of Clinton Hollow, 
N. Y. 

Issue (Stringliiim) : 

1817 Henry D,, b. July, 1860; m. Feb. 23, 1886, Kitty 

MykliiK, Ihhuo: I'iurl M,, Kuyiiiond, Harry, 

1818 Irene L., b. Nov., 1802; m. March, 1891, Wm. 

J. iMiidgc of Olin Cove, L. I. Imnuc: Htcrling, 
b. Jan., 1H92, 
lHi9 Irving J., h. 1)< c, 1807 ( m. F<'b. 29, 1892, F.Ioa- 
nor, <htti. of Charh'H and Amanda (HaUtead) 
Dt'yo. Innuo: Marian and Halph. 

1820 EiiKin.', b. 1874. ' 

1821 Norrii B., b. 1880. 

9*0 JA.Mi:S C, uon of (288) David and Lydia (Bar- 
more) Stringham, b. Sept. 22, 1835; m. Dec, 1804, Gertrude, 
daughter of fl( njainin Van Keurcn of Pieanant Plainn, N. Y. 

IsMue (Stringhain) : 

1822 Willie I., b. 1809. 

1823 Norman D. ; m. April 8, 1890, Gertrude Mar- 

hIwiI. Ikhuc; Winmffrod and Lcroy, Living 
Plainficld, N. J„ 1910. 

1824 Ernest J., b. 1876, 

987 EL1A8 QITEHEAU, -on of (313) Wright and Anna 
(Querrau) Horton, b. Dec. 22, 1800, d, flcpf, 23, 1831, buried 
Amawftlk, N, Y.; mi, Jan. 25, 1820, at B«dford, N. Y., Mary, 
b. 1803, daugliter of Ezra Lyon. 
Issue (Horton) : 

1826 Martha Ann, b. Dec. 26, 1829, d. Sept. 6, 1897. 
1826 Eli/abtth M., b. May «7, 1891, d. May «7, 
1885; m. Natl 0, WniiamsoiK ffnd, PeUr M. 
Dingec. 



Sixth Generation 205 

1827 James Wright, b. Jan. 20, 1827, d. Feb. 19, 

1827. 

989 GEORGE W., son of (313) Wright and Anna (Que- 
reau) Horton, b. Sept. 10, 1804; m. Nov. 3, 1824, Chariotte, 
d. June 6, 1843, daughter of Jacob and Rosanna GrifBn. 

Issue (Horton) : 

1828 Charles W., b. Nov. 2, 1826, d. Dec. 13, 1826. 
George m,, 2n(l, March 10, 1844, Julia A., daughter of Ed- 
ward and Mary Carney, and bad four children. 

090 FROST, son of (313) Wright and Anna (Quereau) 
Horton, b. Sept. 15, 1800; m. Oct. 17, 1827, by Thomas 
Tompkins, ICHq., riicbe, b, Yorktown, N. Y., Nov. 26, 1803, 
daughter of William and Lydia (Lane) Tompkins. 

Hon. Frost Ilfirton was member of AsRcinbly, New York 
Stttto, In 1858. Ho died Nov. 11, 1880. Buried Pcckiklll, N. 
Y. lM.<b., riled May Ifl, 189i. 

Uh\U' (f lorlnii) I 

-flH2J) William James, b. Dec. 10, 1828. 

1830 Hanili Jane, b. June 10, 1832, d. Morch 10, 

1836. 

1831 Cornelia, b. Feb. 17, 1837, d. Feb. 18, 1862. 
+1832 HU'\)\Hm D., b. Feb. 17, 1837. 

William Tomi)kin« was a cousin to Gov. Daniel D. Tomp- 
kins of New York. 

007 Frj/ARI'/ni P., daughter of Abram and (922) Hen- 
rietta (Frost) WilUfts, b. Feb. 4, 1821, d. May 16, 1842; m. 
Dec. 20, 1830, Eliliu Coleman. 
Iiiuc (Coleman) ; 

1833 Edgar W., of Bradford, Pa., b. July 19, 1841; 
m., Ist, Oct. 24, 18(J6, Amelia Angel, and had 
Anna E., b. July 24, 1867; m. Howard You- 
mans of Dcllii, N, Y. Edgar W. m,, 2ii(1, Hrpt. 
11, 1H70, Emma Williams and had Howard, b. 
July 10, 1886; Margaret, b. June 16, 1899, 
both unm. 1911. 

098 SAHAH FROST, daughter of Abram and (822) Hen- 
rietta (Prost) Wniets, b. Sept. 18, 1890, d. Dec. 1, 1809 1 in. 
Bept.' 6, 1804, John F. Ely. 



206 The Feost Genealogy 

U»w (Ely): 

1834 Gcrtnulc A., b. June 17, 186S, unm. 

1696 Coral W,, b, Nov, 19, 1H/5H; m. June 2/J, 1890, 

Alctta C. HuHsey. Issue: I^onard WilleU, b. 

April 17, 1892; Henrietta P., b. Nov, 16, 

1897; Esther I., b, Aug. 18, 1900; Edith 

Ilussey, b, July 21, 1894. 
1890 Ijvimnn] W., b, K»b, 1, IHfll j m. July 9, 1890, 

Kolli'-r Adult ('\\nr]t>», nfu\ Imd Hidmrd (lhnr]t»ii, 

h M/iy la, JH97, nnil Vrnncen, h. April 10, 

1902, 
1887 Edith M., b. Feb, 7, 1864, d. Sept, 18, 1865, 

999 LEONARD F,, son of Abram and (322) Henrietta 
(Frost) VViliets, b. Oct. 24, 1823, d, Jan, 29, 1890; m, Jan. 9, 
1851, Helen Culver. 

I«sue (Willets) : 

1838 Julift, b. July 29, 1855; ni, June 23, 1881, David 
Williums, and ha/1 Leonard W,, b. May 24, 
1882, living California, 1911, and Louis 
Lloyd, b. Nov. 3, 1887, d. May 19, 1900, 

1000 ISAAC, son of Abrarn and (322) Henrietta (Frost) 
WJ1M«, b, Tifc. 2, 1825, d. May 20, 1892; m. May, 1859, 
HAfrict Ayre«, who wan living Manli, 1911, In Belmont, N, Y. 

Imu« (Willets): 

18,39 F:itnore A., b. Sept, 1861, unm, 

1840 Henrietta, b, July 17, 1866; m, Oct. 5, 1887, 

Dr. Wm, K, Paul, and had Willets Castle- 
ton, b. Aug, 13, 1889, d. Jan, 23, 1891, and 
Frances W,, b. Sept, 22, 1894, d. March 3, 
1896. 

1001 MARY H., daughter of Abram and (322) Henrietta 
(Frost) Wallets, b. Feb. 20, 1819, d. July 9, 1878; m. June 22, 
1843, Elihu Coleman, of Rochester, N, Y., the husband of her 
decea«ed sister, Elizabeth. 

Imuc (Coleman) : 

1841 Mary Elizabeth, b. Dec. 15, 1844, d. June 15, 

1874; m. June 25, 1873, Forrest L. Miller, 
and had one child, d. young. 

1842 Adelaide T., b. Sept., 1847. 



Sixth Geneeation 207 

1003 WILLIAM SMITH, son of (323) Leonard I. and 
■Sarah A, (Smith) Frost, b. New York City, Dec. 31, 1816, d. 
Deer Creek, Cal„ Sept. 13, 1H(]2; m, Oct. 30, 1839, at Rich- 
mond, Ind,, Elizabeth BrUck of ManHfield, Ohio, who d. 1846. 
Wm. 8. was one of the "49er8" and was buried on his farm in 
California. 

Iflfluc: 

-f 1843 Hrirah A., b, Noblcsvilic, Ind., Jan. 18, 1840} tn,, 
Nrw York, J(tii. ft, 1H07, 'I'lKiitm* W. Mooro. 
4-1844 Lfionard L,, b, MuriNflrhl, Ohio. 

1004 CHARLES LEONARD, son of (323) Leonard L 
and Sarah A. (Smith) Frowt, b. Mosquito Cove, L. I., June 16, 
1821, d. HiKlilandH, N. C, June 9, 1893; m. April 18, 1859, 
at Matheny's Creek, Cal., Mary Ann Oatman of Sacramento, 
Cal., widow of Mr. Stevens, a Conpn^e^ational minister. She d. 
Sept. 24, 1870, age 34 years, at Stockton, Cal. 

Issue; 

4-1845 Sarah Oatman. 
+1846 Charles L. 

Charles Leonard practised medicine in Hempstead, L. I., for 
sixteen years. He graduated from the P. and S,, N. Y. City, 
M/ircli ^9., IH^K fifid went to Culifortiia early in 1850, and re- 
turiM'd .June fl. 1808, 

Letter from Charles Leonard Frost to his mother, written 
when he was crossing the plains to California: 

"Fort Laramie. 
"My Dear Mother; 

"I am in good health and enjoying the journey very much. 
It is a very exciting life. All is wild, picturesque and fascinat- 
ing. The wild face of the country, its roaring torrents, nigged 
hiMs, its fiery tribes of Indians, its immense herds of roaming 
buffalo, all combine to render the nature of man different from 
what it is in civilized life. 

"I can tell you at the start you must not expect to sec such 
a letter written on these plains as you would expect to sec were 
I sitting comfortably at my desk. I have commenced this letter 
some time before reaching Fort Laramie, and will finish it at 
that place. My last was dated at Fort Kemey, although 
-written within eight miles of the Fort on Piatt River. 

"18th of May. Traveled eight miles to Fort Kemey. Con- 



SOS The Fkost Genealogy 

tains 15 buildings built of square sod of the prairie 12 inches in 
rize- It would be a curiosity for you to see. Contains 240 
troops, one store, one eating house, 2 blacksmith shops, no 
provisions for sale. Owing to the dry, sandy road the fiUys of 
our wheels became loose. We had our tires cut by our own 
blacksmith and fitted. I think they will now stand to Califor- 
nia. There are a number of ladies at this fort in the families 
of the officers. Traveled this day 20 miles; good roads, water 
and timber scarce. 

"19th. Left camp at 8 o'clock A. M., still on the trunk of 
Piatt River. Fort Kcmey is 400 miles from Independence. 
Fort Laramie from Fort Kcmcy is 340 milcH. Traveled 10 
miles and camped. No wood or water, grass only tolerably 
good. Travelfd 20 miles, camped on the main Piatt River. 
The river water is hardly drinkable. No wood, use buffalo 
chips. A light shower this evening ; grass tolerably good. Saw 
a number of buffalo. Our camp was serenaded by wolves 
through the night. Traveled 25 miles ; excellent roads, not a 
hill or stone, crossed no streams. 

"20th. Started six o'clock from last camp, beautiful day. 
It has been superior weather since we reached this valley. It is 
completely hemmed in by rugged hills. Our mules arc in ex- 
cellent condition; we nurse them as we would children. They 
are noble animals, and they are very fond of me. I am kind 
to them and they are sensible of it. They are great travelers, 
they are the only animals adapted to this journey. Their great 
endurance of labor, heat, great time without food and water, is 
far beyond any other animal in use in this country. We pass 
hundreds of teams and hundreds pass us. The emigration is 
immense. The plains are alive with teams, oxen, horses and 
mules. They look like one vast caravan. We never lose sight 
of the moving thousands. At night the prairies are alive with 
the multitude and made to shine with camp fires. There is no 
such thing as telling how many are now on the road; twenty 
thousand I should say a moderate estimate. As far as we can 
hear all \n good health. We ascertain this by notices on trees 
which are literally cut up and notices on paper laying in the 
road and stuck on boards driven in the ground. Every buffalo 
pate, and the prairie is covered with them, is written on to 
give us the news of those ahead of us. We see no new made 
graTes, not one, but many of last year's. No accidents have 



Sixth Genekatiox 209 

occurred except broken wagons and the dying of horses and 
oxen. I have not seen a dead mule. No attacks of Indians 
nor is there any danger. They must look at the emigration 
with astonishment. It must give them some little idea how 
numerous the white men are. Camped on the banks of the 
Piatt ; water miserable, no wood, buffalo chips for fuel. Has 
the appearance of ruin, wind northeast, fine roads, river varies 
in width from one-half to five miles, is very shoal; would not 
float a good-sized flatboat any distance. Has much the ap- 
pearance of the Missouri. It is a rapid, turbulent stream. It 
is now at a low stage of water. This is the great range of 
buffalo, elk, antelope and deer. Their flesh is delicious. Trav- 
eled 25 milcH. 

"Slst. Raining, wind southeast. Left camp at 6 o'clock; 
traveled 12 miles, camped at 11 o'clock A. M. Grass tolerably 
good near the river. The river valley is growing narrower; 
ranges of high hills on each side of us. It has cleared up, not 
much rain; grass is much better. No wood, not a shrub; river 
water. Roads unequalled ; very level and as smooth as your 
pavement. Limestone soil as it has been the whole journey; 
quality good, somewhat sandy. Fine tobacco country, but the 
weed has never grown here sown by the hand of man. It may 
exist in a state of nature. Traveled 12 miles making the day's 
journey 24 miles. Camped on the river; thundering and light- 
ning but little rain. Through the night we had quite an ex- 
citement from a part}' of Pawnee Indians whooping and hallow- 
ing on the opposite side of the river and fording the river. I 
stood watch until 12 o'clock but they did not trouble us. 

"22d. All safe this morning. Our mules were not disturbed. 
Left camp at 9 o'clock in excellent health such as men enjoy no 
other place off the plains. Clear, beautiful day for traveling. 
We are now about 12 miles from the junction of the north and 
south forks which make the main stream of Piatt River. Our 
last camp shows the vast number of buffalo that frequent this 
country. The valley looks like a barnyard for thousands of 
acres. They will not be driven from here for many years by 
settlers; this is not adapted to the wants and comforts of man. 
The valley and river is here only 6 miles wide and is diminishing 
rapidly. We left our noon camp at 2 o'clock passing 12 hours 
for our mules without water. We had plenty in our canteens 
for ourselves. Only 12 miles from south fork of the Piatt 



210 The Frost Genealogy 

River on the south side. Not a stream of water on the road, 
not a shrub. We saw manj dead buffalo the emigrants had 
shot for sport. It is wrong. Enough are killed on the plains 
to feed the emigration and left to rot or to be eaten bj wolves. 
Camped at dunk on a fine creek; good grass, 

"23d. Camp rose at 3 o'clock, rcstakcd our mules in fine 
gra^s, gave them 1 quart of com each and curried them; took 
a hearty breakfast, left camp at 7 o'clock. Beautiful day. 
Excellent roads, grass poor, no timber, poor water. Through 
the day camped on the river bank; fine grass. Traveled 25 
miles. 

**24th. Beautiful day ; the water is tolerably good, the grass 
very good. Have concluded to remain in camp to-day and 
night, rest our mules and let them fill themselves with grass. 
Last night my watch came on at 2 o'clock; did not go to bed 
since. The guard duty is well attended to in our camp, as it 
should be. 

"Have been very busy all day. Persons who have never trav- 
eled on the plains little know how few spare moments he has to 
spare if he does his dut}*. We keep ourselves clean by fre- 
quent bathing and this pertains greatly to good health. We 
have much washing of clothes to do in order to keep ourselves 
tidily dressed. We do not shave. In the morning I shall leave 
camp early and try to make a good day's journey. I do not 
know that I can write you after leaving Fort Laramie until I 
rench Ciihfoinin, wliicli will be about tlic firHt of S«;pt<'mlK'r. It 
n'ay take 00 dnyn for a letter to reach you from (jilifornia, 
which will tnake it firnt NoveiiilxT. I'IcaKe give my rcupects to 
Uncle Williujn, and tell hiin I will write liim a long letter when 
I reach California, giving him a true and correct account of 
the journey, a description of country which I passed over, etc. 
KiHH my darling son and daughter for their father." 

1008 LEONARD F., son of Henry and (32*) Martha 
(Frost) Coles, b. Nov. 21, 1831, living Locust Valley, L. L, 
1910; m. Nov. 16, 1859, Susan, b. Nov. 1, 1837, d. Oct. 2, 
1908, daughter of James and Elizabeth (Jackson) Birdsall. 
James Birdsall b. July 22, 1797, d. Oct. 31, 1883; m. Dec. 
S3, 1833, Elizabeth Jackson, b. Jan. 21, 1801, d. Jan. 6, 1844. 

Issue (Coles) : 

1847 Elizabeth BirdsaU. 



Sixth Genebation 811 

1848 Martha Frost. 

1849 Henry. 

1850 Helen Maud. 

B MARSHALL SAHTH, son of (326) Edward L. and 
(UnWowny) Frost, b. March W, 18.30, d. April 21, 
1911, at 448 Macon St., Brooklyn, N. Y, ; m., Ist, March 19, 
1861, by Ambrose C. Kingsland, Mayor of New York City, 
Cornelia, daughter of Townsend and Anne (Titus) Valentine, 
who d. Nov, 16, 1870, aged 39 years. Marshall S., m., 2nd, 
July 16, 1873, by Rev. P. S. Grosvenor, Josephine L., daugh- 
ter of Jathniel and Lucy Williams (Litchfield) Perrin. 

Issue by first wife: _^ -j * . 

+1851 Louisa. -^•-^' '^?^ 'x^-^-* •- \^>fc>*^^/ i^«'^ 
+1852 Elizabeth. ^^V^-*^'- f-;/ - , J^.-^gyM^. 
+1853 Annie. _^^j^^ ' ' ' ' ■ "^ 

^^ +785^__Edward Lawrenc e, 
Issue by second wife: 

+1856 Edna Viola. '^^ ^ 

+1856 Howard Marshall, /-^-/gj^ft 
1867 Irving Perrin, b. Dec. 8, 1883. 
1858 Mary Williams, b. April 19, 1886. 
1858a Henrietta W., b. Oct. 10, 1874, d. Aug. 23, 

1876. Buried Westbury, L. L 
1868b Infant, b. March 3, 1890, d. March 6, 1890. 

1012 HALHTICAD H,, hom of (326) Edward L, and Han- 
nah (Holloway) FroHt, b. June 7, 18.32; m., 1st, Mary, b. 
April 30, 18,36, d. Feb, 20, 1864, daugliter of James and Ann 
(Hcndrickson) Vernon, of East Norwic h, N. Y. ; 2nd, Mary, 
b. June 6, 1846, daughter of Rcv^ Charles and^ Susan (Martin) 

Issue by first wife: < 

+1869 Halstcad H. 

1860 Mary, b. Aug, 15, 1862; m. June 23, 1904, Alvin 

Philip, son of Philip and Alvina (Schacker- 
mann) Knell. Prot. Epis. rector, Chicopee, 
Mass. 
Issue by second wife: 

1861 Clara L., b. June 23, 1872. 

1862 Helen Halstead, b. Nov. 16, 1876; m. Dec. 27, 



212 The Feost Genkaluuy 

1907, Win. Porkess, Episcopal Clergyman, a 
native of Grimsby, Eng., b. Dec. 31, 1876. 

1013 ANNIE E., daughter of (325) Edward L. and Han- 
nah (Holloway) Frost, b. Sept. 22, 1835, d. Oct. 24, 1895; 
m. March 19, 1861, Henry Clay Woodnutt, b. Aug. 27, 1837, 
dL Dec. 23, 1902. 

Issue (Woodnutt): 
+1863 Hannah. 
+1861 Paul Clifford. 
+1865 Henry Clay. 

1866 Mary H., b. Sept. 22, 1870, d. April 10, 1904; 

ni. Nov. 8, 1899, John, b. Dec. 5, 1872, son of 
John Q. and Elizabeth (Hemington) Osbom- 
Issue: Anna Woodnutt Osbom, b. May 19, 
1901. 

1867 Henrietta W., b. May 18, 1869, d. Feb, 25, 1900. 

1868 Mnr^raret Dcnn, b. June 7, 1872, d. Sept. 20, 

1900. 

1869 Elizabeth Denn, b. Dec. 29, 1865, d. Oct. 11, 

1866. 

1870 Thomas W., b. April 21, 1863, d. July 7, 1866. 

1014 HENRIETTA WILLP:TS, daughter of (325) Ed- 
ward L. and Hannah (Holloway) Frost, b. Oct. 4, 1842; m. 
Nov. 12, 1862, Jncx)b Mott, b. Nov. 30, 1832, d. April 22, 
1876, son of William M. and Marguret (Mott) Weeks. Wil- 
liam M. Weeks whs the son of John and (1053) Sarah (Frost) 
Weeks, and died Glen Cove, L. I., July 1, 1883, aged 80 years. 

Issue (Weeks) : 

1871 Margaret Mott, b. Dec. 24, 1863; m, June 5, 

1KK9, Henry T. Srudder, b. Sept. 7, 1854, an 
ICfjiscopitlian clergyman, son of Henry Joel 
and LoiiiKa H. (Davis) Scudder, who were m. 
June 21, 1H53. Ihmuc: Edna Hewlett 8cud- 
<l«r, b. April 28, 1H90, 

1872 Howard Frost, b. Feb. 9, 1865, deceased. 

1873 Dorothy Jane, b. Jan. 13, 1867, deceased. 

1874 Natalie Freelove, b. May 16, 1870, deceased. 
1876 Anna Louise, b. June 17, 187S; m. Nov. 24, 

1896, Alvin, son of David A. and Abbie H. 



Sixth Generation 218 

(Treat) Boody, of Brooklyn, N. Y., b. Jan. 

26, 1872. Issue: Margery Hill Boody, b. Sept. 

30, 1897, and Virginia Louise, b. Oct. 27, 

1892. David A. Boody was formerly Mayor 

of Brooklyn. 
Henrietta m., 2nd, July 20, 1901, Ezekiel Hoag, son of 
Richard and Sarah Ann (Hoag) Miller. He was b. Sept. 11, 
1837, and d. April 24, 1910. Richard Miller died June 2, 
1877, and his wife died Oct. 18, 1850, and they were married 
Oct. 22, 1834. 

1017 PHILEMON H., son of John and (327) Elizabeth 
(Frost) Prior, b. 1821, d. Dec. 17, 1867, aged 46 years. He 
was an M. D., and in June, 1845, m. Sarah J. Wheeler, and 
moved to California. 

I88ue (Prior) : 

1876 Henry, b. 1848, d. 1902; m. Olive Florence in 

1901. No issue. 

1877 Georgiana, b. 1850; m. 1871 a Mr. Shipman, a 

civil engineer, of Farmingdalc, L. I. No issue. 

1018 PHEBE W., daughter of John and (327) Eliza- 
beth (Frost) Prior, b. Jan. 3, 1824, d. June 8, 1902; m. 
May 14, 1844, Richard, b. Nov. 28, 1810, d. May 18, 1879, 
«on o{ Benjamin and Sarah (Willcts) Albcrtson, of Mincola, 
L. I. 

bsue (Albertson) : 

1878 Sarah Elizabeth, b. Nov. 28, 1845, d. March 6, 

1909; m. June 22, 1864, Henry T. Skillan, 
and had: S. Amelia, b. Sept. 19, 1866, d. May 
4. 1906; Simeon Dc Witt, b. March 4, 1873; 
Florence, b, Aug. 14, 1868; m. Sept. 29, 1898, 
Paul Canij)bcll Cloyd and rosidcH Summit, N. J, 

1879 Emma, b. Feb. 28, 1853; m. Oct. 30, 1872, Sam- 

uel J. Undorhill. Tjvo Jericho, L. I. Isruc: 
Daniel, h. Nov. 19, 1874; Ilonry W,, b. April 
7, 1882; Helen, b. Dec. 30, 1887. 

1880 John Augustus, b, Dec. 16, 1850; m. June 7, 

1888, Mary Willis of Westbury, L. I. Issue: 
A. Raymond, b. April 1«, 1892; Ethel, b. Feb. 
16, 1890. 



tl4 The Fkoht Genealocy 

1881 Giilidrrm, b, Oct. 10, 1855; m. Jan. 23, 1901, 

Win. V. Freeman. 

1882 Ella, b. April 10, 1863; m., Ist, April 13, 1887, 

Eugene F. Robbins; 2nd, Jacob W. Jackson. 
Issue: Stephen F. Jackson, b. April 25, 1888; 
Florence Jackson, b. Dec, 1, 1889; Harold A, 
Jackson, b. Nov. 26, 1893. 

1883 Richard, d. July 6, 1860, aged 9 months. 

1884 Benjamin H., b. Oct., 1848, d. Jan. 8, 1872. 

1020 SARAH F., daughter of John and (327) Elizabeth 
(Frost) Prior, b. Aug. 8, 1829, d. Sept. 4, 1906; m. 1848, 
Henry P. Halstead, who d. 1850. She m., 2nd, 1863, Daniel 
J. Mitchell. 

Issue (Halstead) : 

1885 Adelaide, b, 1849; m. Nov. 13, 1879, Stephen T. 

Rushmore, of Brooklyn. 
Issue (Mitchell): 

1886 Henry, b. March 24, 1854; m. Dec. 24, 1878, 

KlKJe Brown. 

1887 Henrietta, b, Juno 13, 1859; tn. Oct. 7, 1886, 

Dr. J, H. Bebee, 

1888 r«rol!ne, b, Aug. 11, 1803, 

1021 HKNUIK'ITA, daughter of John and (827) Eliza- 
beth (Frost) Prior, b, Dec, 12, 1831, d. March 2, 1884; m. 
Abram Vanden Burg of Do Ruytcr, Madison County, N. Y, 

Isnuc (VModefj Burg) ! 

IHHO Horace; in, Bina Potter. No Issue, 

1890 Fniiik ; rn, .JeKhie Melrjrum, No issue, 

1891 Arthur; m. Nov, 22, 1906, and had two loni. 

1023 I.MOOKNE, daughter of (328) Philemon H. and 
CharloHe (Townnend) Frost, b. Oct, 9, 1835; m. May 15, 
1802, John T., b, Aug. 11, 1835, son of Willct and Frcolove 
(Townscnd) Weeks of Red Springs, L. I. John T. Wceki 
also had a FroHt ancestry through his father Willct, whose 
mother was (1053) Sarah Frost, daughter of (846) WHght. 

Issue (Weeks) : 

1892 Mary P., b, Feb. 16, 180«. 
1898 Charlotte T., b. Sept. 29, 1864. 



Sixth Generation 



ftl6 



1894 Willct E., b. May 3, 18(50, d. Aug. 13, 1902. 

1895 Elinor F., b. Feb. 6, 1869. 

1896 Imogcne Frost, b. Oct. 10, 1871, d. April 30, 

1902. 

1897 John T., b. Oct. 9, 1878, d. Dec. 17, 1879. 

1898 Clara, b. June 4, 1876; m. Jan. 4, 1908, Percy 

Allan. Issue: Eunice Ruth, Margaret Town- 
send. 

1024 SARAH M., daughter of (328) Philemon H. and 
Charlotte (Townsend) Frost, b. Dec. 6, 1841 ; m. Townsend, b. 
Dec. 13, 1859, d. July 30, 1874, son of Henry and Elizabeth 
(Hewlett) Scudder. Eliz. Hewlett was daughter of Judge 
Devine Hewlett of Cold Spring, L. I. 
Issue (Scudder) : 

-t-1899 Philemon Halstcad, b. July 22, 1861, d. April, 
1909; m. Sarah E, TownHcnd. 
Eliz. Hewlett, b. Feb. 23, 1863; m. Edw. V. 

Thebaud; 2nd, Henry Binsse. 
Cornelia, b. Oct. 6, 1871; m. May 16, 1898, 
JnmcH I)., Hon of Col. Juinc* Hendricks of Al- 
bany, N. Y. 
TownMnd, b. July 26, 1H65; in. Juno 8, 1891, 
Mury n. Tliayir. hmu". Atala Thayer, b. 
June .3, 1H92; Kliz. Hewlett, b. April fi, 18941 
Townsend, b. Aug. 27, 1900. 
Lorin Kent, b, July 16, 1807, unm. 
Hnruh Marin, b. oVt. 23, iHflO; m. Thomas Irv- 
ing Van Antwerp of Albany. 



+1900 
1001 



1002 



1903 
1004 



1025 LAVINIA, daughter of (328) Philemon H. and 
Charlotte (Townncnd) Frost, b. Feb. 6, 1840; m. May 4, 1869* 
Oeorgo A. Archer. Live New York City. 

Issue (Archer): 

1007 Annie Mililani, b. Honolulu, March, 1870. 

1008 George Frost, b. June, 1874. 

1909 Kate, b. June, 1874, twin of George F. ; m. Dec, 
1004, Walter X. Young. Issue: Archer E. b. 
Feb., 1006; Marjorie Frost, b. Sept., 1007; 
Elizabeth, b. Dec, 1008; Kate C, b. June, 
1910. 



216 The Feost Geneai^ogy 

1026 PHILENA C, daughter of (328) Philemon H. and 
Charlotte (Townscnd) Frost, b. Dec. 1, 1846; m. Dec. 6, 1870, 
0»car B., b. Oct. 3, 1839, «on of Alfred Carman and Elizabeth 
Titus (Cock) Smith. Live Morristown, N. J. 

Issue (Smith) : 

1910 Edith C, b. Sept. 18, 1871. 

1911 Oscar Bloodfrood, b. Dec. 10, 1874; m. April 29, 

1905, Ililcn Morgan Slade. I»8ue: Phylh's, b. 
March 2H, 1900; Kathleen Emott, b. May 15, 
1909. 

1912 Charlotte Estelle, b. Juno 24, 1873. 

1913 IMiilcmnn II., b, Sept. 10, 1876, 

1914 JoMj)hinr P., b. Jan, 19, 18H2, 

1032 COUNI'JJA, daughter of Town».end W. and (329) 
Mary (Frosf ) SimonKon, b. June 30, 1H3/5, d. Oct. 2, 1H79; iii. 
March 2, 18(5/5, Theoflorc Elian, son of Oliver Dorlon and Ra- 
chel (Smith) Biirtis. Theodore living Oyster Bay, L. I., 1911. 

Issue (Burtis) : 

191.5 Mary Pauline, b. April 3, 1867, d. Aug. 1, 1884. 

1916 Theodore Wm., b. Sept. 26, 1872. 

1917 Conulia Mary, b. Aug. 29, 1874, d. July 26, 

1875. 

1034 HENRY TITUS, son of (3.30) Jacob and Sarah 
(Titus) Frost, b. Aug. 29, 1849, d. New Jersey, Oct. 24, 1883; 
m. Dec. 14, 1876, Mary W., dau. of Thos. H. and Mary A. 
(Mann) Rodman of Brooklyn, N. Y., b. July 12, 1863. Mrs. 
Frost resides Stamford, Ct. 

Issue: 

1918 Harvey, b. Nov. 4, 1876, d. Oct. 20, 1887. 

1919 Ncwhury Halstcad, b. Feb. 6, 1879, d. July 6, 

1902. 
1020 Gladys, b. Dec. 31, 1883; m. Apr. 8, 1907, 
Herbert G. Ogden, son of Herbert Gouveneur 
and Mary Augusta (Green) Ogden, and had 
Gladys Gouveneur, b. Feb. 3, 1908, and Sid- 
ney Raserly (a daughter) b. June 6, 1910; 
Herbert Gouveneur b. Feb. 6, 1911. 

1085 ALICE H., daughter of (830) Jacob and Sarah 
(Titiu) Frost, b. Mch. 26, 1861 ; m. Oct. 9, 1872, Wm. M. 



Sixth Gkneration 217 

VanAndon, a nephew of Isaac VanAnden of Poughkecpsie, 
the founder and ori^nal owner of the Drookl^rn, N. Y., E/^glc. 
Issue (VanAndon) : 

1921 Louisa, h. Dec 27, 1873; m. Jan. 2, 1902, 

George S. l-'nink. InHue: Alice VanAnden, b. 
Mch. 29, 1903. 

1922 Frank, b. Feb. 6, 1875; m. Aug. 1.S, 1903, Ed- 

wina Wilcc. Ihsuc: Evelyn, b. May 6, 1904; 
iJulia, b. May 6, 1906; Win. M., b. May 22, 
1909. 

1923 Stella, b. Oct. 22, 1876; m. Dec, 6, 1898, David 

Rait Richardson. Irhuo; Henry Thomas, b. 
Mch. 2fi, 1900; David Rait, b. Aug. 9, 1904. 

1036 LOIIIHA C, daughter of (f);}0) Jacob and Sarah 
(Titus) Frost, b. Apr. 27, 1853, d. May 20, 1902; m. Dec. 
«2, 1874, George R. Read of N. Y. City, 

Issue (Read) : 

1924 Sarah Frost, b. June 3, 1876; m. Jan. 7, 1903, 

John I. Downey. 
1926 Rowland, b. Feb. 25, 1878; m. July 30, 1902, 
Helen ('line Dykeinan, Issue: Helen, b. Feb. 
25, 1904; Rowland, b. July 15, 1907. 

1926 Newbury Frost, b. Dec. 28, 1887; unm. 

1927 Dorothy, b. Feb. 14, 1888; m. June 21, 1908, 

Frank Rutledgc Davis. 

10.53 SARAH, daughter of (346) W^right and Mary 
(Wood) Frost, b. Jan. 10, 1785, d. July 19, 1870; m. Mch. 6, 
1803, John, b. Nov. 28, 1779, d. May 29, 1866, son of Willet 
and Dorothy (Mudge) Weeks. Dorothy was the daughter of 
Coles Mudge of Muskcta Cove, L. I. 
Issue (Weeks) ; 

+1928 Wm. M., b. Nov. 6, 1803. 
-f 1929 Willet, b. Oct. 19, 1807. 

1066 MARIA, daughter of (346) Wright and Mary 
(Wood) Frost; m. Oct, 20, 1814, at Mamaroncck, N. Y., Mott, 
b, 1793, son of Samuel and Rebecca (Mott) Carpenter, of 
White Plains, N. Y. 



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If sue (Carpenter) : 

1930 Wm. Frost, b. June 10, 1816; m. Elizabetl* 
Baker; (1931) Rebecca, b. Sept 8, 1819; 
(1932) Edw. Frost, b. Mch. 24, 1824; (1933) 
Samuel Mott, b. Mch. 23, 1826. 

1057 JACOB, son of James and (347) Phebe (Frost) Car- 
penter; m. Fanny Coles. 
Issue (Carpenter): 

+1934 Wm. C; (1935) Phebe, d. y. 

1062 ANN C, daughter of (348) Zebulon and Elizabeth 
(Farley) Frost, b. Oct. 22, 1795, d. July 3, 1877; m. Dec 17, 
1817, (100) Charles, b. Oct. 19, 1790, d. July 9, 1847, son of 
Stephen and Sarah (Cock) Frost. 

Issue : 

+1936 Valentine (409), b. Apr. 1, 1821. 

1937 Sarah, b. Sept. 24, 1818, d. Mch. 13, 1819. 

1063 SARAH, daughter of (348) Zebulon and Elizabeth 
(Farley) Frost, b. Jan. 1, 1794, d. 1854; m. Apr. 15, 1810, 
(879) Hallet, son of Charles (91) and Ann (Kirby) Thorn. 

I«sue (Thorn) : 

1938 Ann Elizabeth, b. Mch. 30, 1811; m. Lucius 

Townsend of Shoreham, Vt. 

1939 Leonard C, b. Nov. 20, 1812, d. Jan. 1866; m. 

1861 Maria Smith. 

1940 Margaretta, b. Oct. 26, 1814; m. 1838, Geo. 

Parker of Vergennes, Vt. 

1941 Mary, b. Aug. 12, 1819, d. 1835. 
+1942 James Frost, b. Nov. 22, 1821. 

1943 Phebe J., b. Aug. 27, 1823; m. 1860, Charles 

Stevens. 

1944 Charles, b. Aug. 6, 1825, unm. 

1945 Martha, b. Jan. 13, 1829; m. Wm. M. Burt of 

Saugerties, N. Y. 

1946 Julius C, b. Jan. 15, 1831, d. 1854. 

1947 Wm. Frost, b. Sept. 29, 1884; m. 1868, Lydia 

C. Hallet of Chicago, 111. 

1948 George R., b. Sept. 29, 1887 ; m. 1868, Ellen M. 

Cobb of Chicago, lU. 



Sixth Oekebation 219 

1064 JAMES FARLEY, Bon of (348) Zcbulon and Eliza- 
beth (Farley) Frost, b. Feb. 5, 1795, d. June 22, 1825; m. 
Elsie Tower, daughter of Capt. Benj. Tower of Shoreham, Vt. 
Issue : 

1949 James F., b. June 6, 1823 ; m. 1846 Laurana S. 

Perry. 
1960 Elizabeth, b. Apr. 6, 1825; m. Solon Lapham of 
Shoreham, Vt. Issue: James F., Chas. N., 
Francis M., Aimer B., Ella F., George S. 

1067 AMBROSE C, son of (349) Daniel and EUzabeth 
(Cock) Frost, b. May 9, 1804; m. Minerva Eastman. He m.» 
Snd, Maria Sherman. 

Issue : 

+1951 Ambrose; (1952) Malcohn G. (1953) Henry E. 

1068 WILLIAM PENN, son of (349) Daniel and Eliza- 
beth (Cock) Frost, b. Apr. 22, 1805, d. May 7, 1888; m. Lucia 
Clark, who d. Jan. 14, 1887, age 74 yrs. 

Issue : 

1954 Charlotte, d. Oct. 4, 1851, age 18 yrs. 3 mos. 
1965 Clark D., d. June 6, 1869, age 21 yrs. 10 mos. 
24 days. 

1956 James, b. Jan. 27, 1840, d. June 1, 1843. 

1957 Ida, d. Oct. 26, 1858, age 3 yrs. 11 mos. 12 days. 

1074 SARAH, daughter of (350) Jarvis and Phebe (Un- 
derbill) Frost, b. Oct. 1, 1820, d. July 26, 1907; m. Oct. 17, 
1837, (406) Joseph, b. July 20, 1812, d. Jan. 2, 1862, son 
of Charles and (99) Elizabeth (Frost) Latting. Buried Un- 
derbill Cem., Oyster Bay, N. Y. 
Issue (Latting) : 

1968 Jane Deall, b. June 10 or Oct, 6, 1839 ; m. Town- 
send D. Cock. 

1959 Mary F., b. May 19, 1843 ; m. Thompson Price. 

1960 Anna T., b. Nov. 27, 1845; ra. June 30, 1868» 

Alanson H. Green of Brooklyn (see No. 1131). 

1961 Josephine, b. May 19, 1860; m. Charles F. 

Coles. 

1962 EUa F., b. Oct. 16, 1863. 

1968 Wra. DeaU, b. Dec 9, 1866, d. Nov. 88, 1863. 
Buried Underbill Cem., Oyster Bay. 



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1964 Edward T., b. April 28, 1857; m. Elizabeth 
Wheeler. 

1075 ANNA, daughter of (350) Jarvis and Phebe (Un- 
derhiU) Frost, b. Maj 1824, d. Nov. 2, 1910; m. May 22, 1838, 
Geo. Prior, b. Apr, 9, 1815, d. Oct. 29, 1854, son of Geo. and 
Deborah (Cock) Tovmscnd. She m., 2nd, John Wm., d. Apr. 
12, 1896, Bon of Hydcr and Rebecca ( Hardenbrook) Somar- 
indjck. No issue. 

1076 LANAH (Ellen?) (Hclenah?), b- Nov. 25, 1827, 
daughter of (350) Jarvis and Phebe (Underbill) Frost; m. 
Mch. 14, 1850, James B. Pearsall, b, Mch. 14, 1827, «on of 
Thomas and Lavinia (Coles) Pearsall. 

Issue (Pearsall) : 

1965 Thomas B. ; m. Cora Frary; (1966) Helen; 
(1967) Frances P. 

1080 NANCY, daughter of James and (354) Mary 

(Frost) Mitchell; m. George Niven. 
Issue (Niven) : 

1968 George; m. Caroline ( ?). Issue: Grco., Katharine 

B., DeWitt 

1969 Mary Frost, d. Nov. 19, 1910, aged 89 yrs. at 

336 Greene Ave, Brooklvn, N. Y.; m. 1846, N. 
Y. City, Samuel N. Parmalee, and had one son. 

1970 Kathien B. ; m. James C. Harriott No issue. 

1971 Annie; m. Benj. N. Pierce. 

1082 SARAH, daughter of James and (364) Mary (Frost) 
Mitchell; m. Ira Floyd. 
Issue (Floyd) : 

1972 Edwin; (1973) Ira; (1974) Robert; (1976) 

ainton; (1976) Charles; (1977) Sarah; 
(1978) Laura L. 
Mn. Buffington of Providence, R. L, and Robert M. Fbyd 
of N. Y. City are grandchildren of Ira and Sarah Floyd. 




jAltlES S. FllOST 

(No. 1193) 



Vincent .1. Fhost 
(No. 1989) 



, Mm% 'A 







ItEitnexcc OF Jamek S. I-'rost, Lakgmont, N. Y. 
(No. 1193) 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 

1091 JAMES FROST, son of (379) Hallct and (1063) 
Sarah (Frost) Thorn, b. Nov. 22, 1821; m. Dec. 1, 1856, 
Susan W., daughter of Haden Edwards, Esq., of Winchester, 
Va., and widow of (383a) Frost Thorn who d. Dec. 4, 1854. 
son of (91) Charles. 

1131 ANNA TOWNSEND, daughter of (406) Joseph 
and (1074) Sarah (Frost) Latting, b. Nov. 27, 1845; m. June 
30, 1868, at St. Paul's, Glen Cove, Alanson H. Green, b. Ste- 
phentown, N, Y., Sept. 10, 1841, He was a graduate of the 
Albany Normal School and a teacher in the Polytechnic Insti- 
tute of Brooklyn, N. Y. Anna T. was also a granddaughter of 
(360) Jarvis Frost. 
Issue (Green) : 

1981 Jennie Townscnd, b. July 23, 1869; (1982) 
Alice A., b. Nov. 20, 1871, a teacher in Brook- 
lyn, N. Y., 1894; (1983) Edna R., b. Mch. 
24, 1875; (1984) Elmer Alanson, b. May 17, 
1880. 

1144 SARAH C, daughter of (1936 and 409) Valentine 
and Caroline W. (Covert) Frost, b. June 7, 1846; m. (2504) 
William T., Jan. 19, 1868, who d. July 1896, son of William 
C. and Ann Augusta (Townscnd) Carpenter. 
Issue (Carpenter) : 

1985 William, b. Jan. 9, 1870; unm., 1910; (1986) 

Harry, b. Mch. 28, 1872; (1987) Clarence, b. 

Sept. 1, 1877; unm., 1910. 

Sarah C. Carpenter is a granddaughter of (100) Charles 

Frost and also of (1062) Ann Frost and her husband, Wm, T. 

Carpenter, is a great-grandson of (347) Phebe Frost. 

1193 JAMES SAMUEL, son of (449) Pricr and Millicent 
EHra (Martin) Fro»t, b. Oct. 1, 1854; m. Sept. «7, 1881, at 

Ml 



222 The Feost Genealogy 

Marxhall, Mich,, Ida Afay, b. Mch. 20, 1855, daughter of Rob- 
ert and Frances E. (Griswold) Diver. James S. was bom 
in Henrietta, N. Y., but lives in Lakcmont. He stayed on 
the farm where he was bom until about eleven years ago 
when he moved to Lakemont to give his children better ad- 
vantages in educational lines. In 1875 he joined the Christian 
Church at North Hush, N. Y., and was clerk there until he 
moved out of that vicinity, when he transferred his membership 
to the Lakemont Church where he has held the positions of 
deacon and S. S. Sup't. At present he is Pres. of the Christian 
Endeavor Soc. He is also Trustee of Starkey Seminary ; Pres. 
of the N. Y. Central Christian Conference; Director of the 
Prancis Asbury Fund; Treasurer of the N. Y. State Christian 
Ass'n; Trustee of the Aged Christian Ministers' Home and 
Trustee of Defiance College. 
Imoc: 

1988 Edith May, b. July 7, 1889 ; m. Jan, 1, 1910, Dr. 

John II. Bradley, U. S. Surgeon, stationed 
at Fort Leavenworth, Kan. Edith M. grad- 
uated from Starkey Seminary and then took 
a course in Domestic Art at Mechanic Inst., 
Rochester, N. Y., and taught one year in the 
Chandler Normal School, Lexington, Ky., be- 
fore marriage. 

1989 Vincent James, b. Dec. 14, 1886, after graduat- 

ing from Starkey Inst., took a four years* 
Agricultural course in Cornell, graduating 
with the degree of B.S.A. and is now in the 
employ of the American Steel and Wire Co., 
experimenting with iron sulphate. 

1212 ANA MAHIA KELISA, daughter of (459) flamuel 
Frost and Maria F. (Osandon) Haviland, b, Feb. 10, 1831, d. 
July 12, 1892; m. Louis Rudolphus. 

Issue (Rudolphus) ; 

1990 Anna ; (1991 ) Knrlr|uetn, d. 1909 ; (1992) So<l«, 

m. Fred Carvallo of Valparaiso, Chile. 

Itl0 CARLOTA ISABEL, daughter of (409) Samuel 
Frost and Marin F. (Osandon) Haviland, b. 1884) m. Dr. Stt- 
phcn Rogers. 




KnvAuno IIavilamh Mih.mah 
(No, loor) 



SbVEMTH OENEnATION S23 

Irsuc (Ilogcm) : 

1993 John; (1994) Feliza; (1995) Kerima; (1908) 
Samuel, (dec). 

1217 MANUKLA CAllOLINA, <laiiKlitcr of (4C9) Samuel 
Frost and Maria F. (Osandon) Ilaviland, b. Jan. 1, 1840, d. 
June 9, 1903; m. Oct. 18, 18G2, Cliurlcs F., b. Dec. 19, 1835, 
d. June 14, 1902, at 8:30 a. m., son of John and Jane Ann 
(Van Wormcr) Hillman. Mr. Hillman was bom in Albany, N. 
y., and educated in the State Normal School, entering in 18.54, 
AS civil engineer, the employ of the Great Western Railway, 
between Niagara Falls, N. Y., and Detroit, Mich. This line 
completed, the Canadian Govenimcnt contracted his service* 
/or the survey of a port on the norlheni shore of Lake Eric. 
In 1857 he occcpted the offer of Mr. Henry Meigs to go to 
Chile to superintend the construction of the "Fcrrocarril del 
Sur," and later undertook the building of a railroad between 
Valparaiso and Santiago and numerous other lines. He estab- 
lished his home in Chile, and was one of the most enthusiastic 
members of the North American colony, in favor of his adopted 
country, and gained the sincerest esteem by his conspicuous 
abilities both intellectual and moral and by his frank character 
and probity. His gifts as a writer were no less remarkable than 
Ws obilities as an engineer ond in 1876 he was elected corrc- 
•ponding member of the American Society of Civil Engineer! 
and in 1882 ho received the distinction of membership in the 
Institution of Civil Engineers of London. 

Iiiue (Hillman) ; 

1997 Eduardo Haviland, b. Oct. 24, 1874 ; m. May 14, 

1908, Mary Colden, daughter of Cadwallader 
Colden and Harriet R. (Brisbane) Tracy. 

Edward H. has lived for several years in 
Venice, Italy, but resides now in: London, 
Eng., a professional genealogist and a Found- 
er and Fellow of the Society of Genealogist! 
of London. 

Cadwalladcr Colden Tracy was formerly of 
N. Y., but is now of Lausanne, Switzerland, 
and his wife was of Charleston, S. C. 

1998 Samuel, b. 1868, d. prior to 1874. 

1999 Charlei J. S., b. May 16, 1866, d. June i, 188S. 



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2000 Austin Haviland, b. June 22, 1868, d, July 26, 

1875. 

2001 Jeannie Caroline, b. Mch. 8, 1870; m, 1906 

Charles E. Wesscl of Santiago, Chile, S. A. 

2002 Enrique, b. July 14, 1872, d, y. 

2003 Blufini, b, Nov, 4, 1876, uniri,, n, practiMinpf phy- 

sician living in IMiiiadclphia, Pa. She came 
from Santiago, Chile, to enter a seminary at 
Ilye, N. Y., and after n four years' course she 
entered the Wotnan's Medical Colh-ge at Phil- 
adelphia, where she graduated in 1906. Dur- 
ing a vinit to Valj)araiso after great destruc- 
tion by an earthquake, she was the first one 
in the stricken city to organize an aiiibidance 
corjjs for relief work. 

1218 NIEVES del Carmen, daughter of (459) Samuel 
Frost and Maria 1', (Osandon) Haviland, b. Aug, 6, 1842, d. 
July 29, 1901; m. Charles C. Greene, a descendant of Gen. 
Natl Greene. 

Issue (Greene) : 

2004 Christopher, d. y. ; (2005) Richard Ward, m. 
Edith Washburn; (2006) Samuel; (2007) 
Elena, m, Arthur Jackson; (2008) Laura, d. 
1909, in. Manuel Fernandez; (2009) Thoman, 
('apt. Chilean Navy; (2010) Marion, m, Ed- 
win Homfray, of Bristol, Eng. 

1219 HELEN (ELENA), daughter of (459) Samuel 
Frost and Maria F. (Osandon) Haviland, b. Feb. 5, 1845; m. 
John G. Applegath. Live Santiago, Chile, and have five chil- 
dren. 

1220 SARAH, daughter of (459) Samuel Frost and Marie 
F. (Osandon) Haviland, b. Feb. 5, 1845; m. Fred Long. Live 
Santiago, Chile, S, A. 

Issue (Long) : 

2011 Frederico. 

1221 SA>njEL HAMLAND, son of Stephen and (461) 
S«rah Ann (Haviland) Fowler« k Oct SI, 182S, at Pe«kskiU 



Seventh Generation 225 

N. Y., d. Oct. 29, 1872 ; m. Dec. 22, 1847, Mary Ann, b. May 
80, 1826, d. June 10, 1905, daughter of Elias and Sarah Ann 
(Field) Vredenburgh. 
Issue (Fowler) : 

£012 Kate LouiBC, unm., living PcclcRkill, N. Y. 
i018 Odilc Aiiguxlinc; m. Richard W,, «on of Jacob 
and Mary (Haight) Home. Ihsuc: William 
v., m, Ada Burton, (dec.) ; Jacob Wallace, 
m. Catharine Curry, no issue; Harold Field, m. 
Bessie Collier. Issue: Richard Collier Home. 
f014 Mary Alice; m. Orvillc Pierce, son of George and 

Philena (Haight). 
£015 Ella Field, unm., living with her sister Kate L., 
Peekskill, N. Y. She is a writer of pleasing 
poems, having issued a few, in book form, un- 
der the title, "Echoes of the Night." The 
following selection is taken from the book as 
a representative one: 

RETROSPECTION. 

How well I remember the Andirons so bright, 
A hickory log blazinp, the flim cnnfllc light. 
The spinning wheel weaving, the whir of the loom. 
With snow of tiiid-wlnter nnd laughing full moon. 
An tlu- IikIh and the lassin eh/isie/, to and fro. 
The old folk were knitting an in days long ago. 

The old nrm-chair by the clock In the hall. 

Are fond recollections I love to recall. 

And the church in the valley with pillars so white — 

The deacon is sleeping, the children's delight. 

Yet the lads and the lasses chassez to and fro. 

Still the old folk were knitting as In days long ago. 

Right merry the party, the fiddler he said. — 

"Now choose you your partner, the one you would wed." 

Well pleased were the lasses, as around they did spin. 

In the days of their childhood, at the old village Inn, 

All the lads and the lasses chassez to and fro — 

But the old folk were knitting as in days long ago. 

How sweet were the doughnuts our grandmother madet 
Cherished still Is the spring so cool in the glade. 
Content and so happy in the chimney the crane. 
The iron not was swinging again and again. 
As the U«M and the lasses chassea to and fro, 
Asleep w«re the old folks as in days long ago. 



226 The Fro»t Geneai^oot 

1223 ESTHER, daughter of Stephen and (461) Sarab 
Ann (Haviland) Fowler, bom May 9, 1828; m. Henry W. 
Hart. 

Issue (Hart): 

2016 Louise, ra, George W. Denike; (2017) Anna, m. 
Henry Sherrill; (2018) Lillie, m. Wm. H. 
Wildcy and lives Mount Vernon, N. Y. ; (2019) 
Stephen, ra. Florence Smith; (2020) Carlotta, 
unm. 

1224 EDMOND B., son of Stephen and (461) Sarah Ann 
(Haviland) Fowler, b. Mch. 11, 1831; m. Hannah Allen and 
lives, Boston, Mass. 

Issue (Fowler) : 

2021 Harry H., (dec.), m. Elizabeth E. Atwood. 

2022 Arthur P.; m. Elmira Palmeter. 

2023 Edmund Allen, d. unm., Mch., 1910. 

1227 JOHN HAMLAND, son of Edmond and (462) Eliz- 
abeth D. (Haviland) BedeU, b. July 17, 1831, d. Sept. 26, 
1872; m. Abigail Horton. 

Issue (Bedell) : 

2024 Samuel (dec.) ; (2025) Edmund, m. Sadie Wes- 

sells; (2026) Elizabeth, m. Wm. Lane. 

1228 FRANXES, daughter of Edmond and (462) Eliza- 
beth D. (Haviland) Bedell; m. Edmond Horton, brother of Abi- 
gail who m. John H., brother of Frances. 

Issue (Horton) : 

2027 Anna; (2028) Emma; (2029) Hattie; (2030) 
Stephen; (2031) John; (2032) Lillie Bell, m. 
Harry Smith; (2033) Grace, m, James Hart. 

1236 ELIZABETH FROST, daughter of (466) David W. 
and Drusilla (Horton) Knapp; m. Gkorge Bailey Fowler. 
live Yorktown, N. Y. 

Issue ( Fowler) : 

2034 Augusta; m. Oscar W. Ackerman. She a widow 

living Peekskill, N. Y., with one son. Frost 
Ackerman. 

2035 Mary; m. Ira Strang. 
S036 James ; m. Agnes Gregory. 



Skvextic Grkkration 227 

1244 LYDIA A., daiiKlitcr of Norris and (484) Phcbe 
(Front) IJrown, h. Sept. 3, 1830, living GaHport, N. Y., 1911; 
m. May 30, 1800, Jonathan C, d. Aug. 3, 1886, son of Abra- 
ham and Sarah (Smith) Deuel. Moved to Niagara County 
from Putnam County, 1826-9. 

Issue (Deuel) : 

2037 Gertrude, b, June 23, 1861; m, Apr, S, 1900, 
* Frank C, son of Henry C. and Eliza (Hoag) 

Dickson. Lives Gasport, N. Y. 

1245 NEWTON L., son of Norris and (484) Phebc 
(Frost) Brown, b. Apr. 9, 1826, d. Dover Plains, N. Y., Aug. 
«8, 1877 ; m. Amanda H. Brown, who d. Mch. 28, 1897. 

Issue (Brown) : 

2038 Herbert W. ; m. Elizabeth Simmerman and had 

a family. 

1246 SARAH C, daughter of Norris and (484) Phebe 
(Frost) Brown, b. May 11, 1842; m. Sept. 14, 1865, at Roy- 
alton, N. Y., Charles F., b. Sept. 1, 1838, d. May 10, 1905, 
«on of Abram and Beda (Mather) Adams of Royalton, N. Y. 

Issue (Adams) : 

2039 Nellie A., b. Wetang, 111., May 29, 1868, d. Apr. 

9, 1891, buried Mt. Ridge, Cem., Niagara Co., 
N. Y.; m. May 29, 1889, in Chicago, 111., 
Charles H. Kerr. 

2040 Grace G., b. Feb. 28, 1878, living Chicago, 111. 

1247 NAO]\n, daughter of Charles and (485) Sarah 
(Frost) Townsend, b. Oct. 19, 1823, d. Oct. 1908; m. William 
Wallace, b. Sept. 14, 1814, d. Dec. 25, 1890, buried Rose Hill 
Cem. ten miles north of Chicago, 111. (also his wife), son of 
Samuel E. and Phebe (Spicer) Evarts. He was, from 1851-9 
Baptist clergyman in Walnut St. Church, Louisville, Ky., and 
for nineteen years from 1859 pastor of the First Baptist Church 
of Chicago, 111. As early as 1839, he was preaching in the Mul- 
berry St. Church in N. Y. City. He was first cousin to Jere- 
miah Evarts, father to Wm. M., of the U. S. Senate. They 
'brought up the children of Naomi's dec sister, Juliette, but 
liad no family of their own. 



JW8 The Feost Genealoot 

1248 DAVID FROST, son of Charles and (486) Sarah 
(Frost) Townscnd, b. Feb. 16, 1822, d, Jan., 1909; m. Rose 
Anna, daughter of Wait and Harriet (Hull) Ball. 

Issue (Townsend) : 

2041 Van H. 

2042 Eugene, b. April 6, 1857, d. Sept. 19, 1906; m. 

Oct. 20, 1880, Jessie, dau. of Daniel and Mary 
(Cole) Stevens. Issue: Lester, b. Maj 26, 
1888, d. Jan. 21, 1908; Elizabeth R., b. Aug. 
21, 1889; Percy, b. Oct. 29, 1900. 

1250 ALBERT, son of Charles and (485) Sarah (Frost) 
Townsend, b. Carmel, N. Y., Feb. 2, 1819, d. Oct. 4, 1903, 
lived Brewster, N. Y. ; m. March 3, 1847, Jane Ann, b. June 
JW, 182.3, d. May 14, 1907, daughter of Wait and Harriet 
(Hull) Brill of Woodbridge, Conn, 

Issue (Townsend) : 

2043 Frank, b. July 25, 1849, unm,, living Brewster,, 

N. Y., on the old home place of his parents. 

2044 Anna, b. July 29, 1851, d. Jan. 19, 1852. 

1252 JACOB, son of Charles and (485) Sarah (Frost) 
Townsend, b. Oct. 24, 1833, d. May 8, 1873; m. Mary Nicker- 
son first, and, 2nd, Martha Nickerson. Farmer, Southeast 
New York. In Jacob's will, dated April 30, 1873, he mentions 
wife ^lartha, deceased son Charles, sister Juliette, widow of 
Peters Smith, and father Charles, deceased brother Albert, and 
brother-in-law Clark A. Nickerson, M. D., of Bcekman, N. Y. 

1253 CHARLES, son of Charles and (485) Sarah (Frost) 
Townsend, b. Jan, 2, 1H27, d. Fort f;l(irk, Texas, in the fifties; 
m. Nov. 23, 1848, in Philadelphia, Pa., Caroline H., daughter 
of Henry and Mary Ann Driesback of that city. 

Issue (Townsend) : 

2045 Mary E., b. Dec. 16, 1860, d. Jan. «, 1870. 

1254 JULIETTE, daughter of Charles and (486) Sarah 
(Frost) Townsend, b. Dec. 20, 1836, d. Nov., 1874; m. 1860-1, 
Peters, son of Edson T. and Louisa (Kent) Smith, of Townen,. 
N. Y. She u buried CarmeU N. Y. 




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Iisue (Smith): 

a046 Grace Townscnd, b, Brewster, N. Y., May 24, 

1865, living Chicago. 
2047 Clarence Ilobinson, b. May 2, 1862; m. Frances, 
dau. of Jcusc VV. and JoKcpliinc (Bivins) 
Sparks (Josephine Bivins dau. of Col. Bra- 
shear of Revolutionary fame), of Murfrees- 
boro, Tcnn. They have two children and live 
Mexico City, Mexico. 
Louisa Kent was of the family of Chancellor Kent, whose 
name is in the Hall of Fame. 

1257 ALVAH HAVILAND, son of (486) Samuel Wash- 
bume and Mary (Birdsall) Frost, b. Jan. 25, 1825, d. Dec. 27, 
1902, buried beside his wife, Towners, N. Y., where six gener- 
ations of her family lie, including his mother. Alvah H. m. 
Laura Jane, b. May 10, 1835, d. Aug. 24, 1900, daughter of 
Harry and Angcline (Dingce) Knapp. In their early married 
life they lived Towners, N. Y., but later bought a farm owned 
by Abel Haviland, situated on Quaker Hill, in the town of 
Pawling, N. Y., and there their two youngest children were 
bom and raised. The farm is now owned by their son, Samuel 
Knapp Frost. 
Iiiue : 

«048 Belle, b. July 31, 1854; m., Ist, Henry B., son 
of Scth Aldrich of Quaker Hill, N. Y., who d, 
Jan. 16, 1872, aged 26 years 10 months 4 
days. Buried Towners, N. Y. She m., 2nd, 
Frank, son of John Hungerford, and resides at 
Sherman, Conn. No issue. 
2049 Charles, b. April 16, 1858; m. Oct. 1, 1908, 
Elizabeth Morton. He resided many years on 
the home farm, owning one next to it, but 
is now settled in Shennan, Conn., as a dairy 
farmer. No issue. 
f080 Louise, b. June 16, 1861, d. April 2, 1908, 
buried Towners, N. Y., in plot with her father 
and mother; m. Jan. 10, 1881, William Henry, 
b. May 4, 1826, son of William and Eliza 
(Sherman) Tabcr, of Quaker Hill, N. Y. She 
wai hit third wife, and be ii yet living on the 



fSO The Fboht GF.NP.ArooY 

Tabcr farm, which has been in the family since 
1769. Issue: William Henry, b. March 21, 
1889, m. Nov. 26, 1910, Mae Knead, niece of 
the wife of his uncle, Charles Frost, and they 
have one daughter, Anna Louise, b. Aug. 26, 
1911 ; Sherman, b. July 29, 1890. Both boy« 
reside on the Taber farm, Quaker Hill, N. Y. 
«051 Samuel Knapp, b. Oct. 7, 1872; m. Nov. 15, 
1902, JoHiphine C. Slillman, daughter of Leon 
and Saiiittntha (Haughey) Mayou, the latter 
being a descendant of the pioneer families of 
Virginia, Maryland and Ohio. Samuel Knapp 
Frost graduated from the College of Physi- 
cians and Surgeons, New York City, in 1895, 
and after being a surgeon on board steamboats 
plying between New York and Holland for a 
year or two, settled down to private practice in 
Brooklyn, N. Y., finally becoming an ear spe- 
cialist, connected as Assistant Surgeon with the 
Manhattan Eye and Ear Hospital; Aural; As- 
sistant Attendant, Kings County Hospital; At- 
tendant Aurist Samaritan Hospital, Brooklyn, 
N. Y. 

1258 HYATT, son of (487) James and Sophia (Kcllcy) 
Frost, b. Southeast New York March 4, 1827, d. Amenia, N. 
Y., Sept. 3, 1895; m. Jan. 19, 1864, Sarah, b. June 17, 1840, 
living in the home at Amenia, N. Y., daughter of Joseph and 
Sallic (McArthur) Halsted. 

Hyatt was born and brought up in the neighborhood where 
originated the idea of exhibiting wild nnimnl«, and this grncra- 
tion cannot n-aji/** \ho fervor wllh which jl, gr/i»t|)('d all the 
young people in the virinity, farnier* being unable to got help 
or even to keep their boys at home. Hyatt and his brothers 
also became deeply interested and when the first elephant, "Old 
Bet,*' came to this country it was with great pride that Hyatt 
got the privilege of carrying water to her and also his brother 
Eli was made happy by the same vocation, and consequently 
had the privilege of seeing h«'r for nothing, while others were 
paying a York shilling (twelve and a half cents). Hyatt 
Anally became sole proprietor of the Bamum and Van Amberg'i 



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Seventh Generation 231 

menagerie, exhibiting on Broadway at No. 537, New York 
City, until the place burned, causing him a loss of $120,000. 
Mr. Frost had many interesting tales to tell of the pioneer 
circus days, which are not to be construed the same tis those of 
to-day. 
Issue : 

2062 Julia Sophia, b. Jan. 21, 1865; m. June 16» 

1893, Charles Lee, son of Noah W. and Lucy 
E. (Yclverton) Mackey of Poughkecpsie, N. 
Y. He is a minister connected with the Metho- 
dist Episcopal Church at Purchase, N. Y. 
Issue: Donald McArthur, b. Oct. 17, 1898; 
Marcella Williams, b. Dec. 5, 1901 ; Anna Rob- 
inson, b. July 3, 1903. 

2063 Charity, b. Oct. 14, 1871; m. Oct. 14, 1903, 

Edward Vernon, son of Frederick and Mary 
(Muir) Hood of Newark, N. J., who d. June 
15, 1908, No issue. 

1259 CHARLES, son of (487) Jomcs and Sophia 
(Kelley) Frost, b. Oct. 11, 1822, d. Aug. 19, 1905; m. Dec. 
24, 1844, Mary Ellen, b, Harrisburg, Inrl., d. Conncrsvillc, Ind., 
Feb. 1, 1866, daughter of Jack and Hannah (Fnizcc) Murphy 
of Harrisburg, Ind. Hannah's parents were of New Jersey. 

Issue: 

2064 Alice, b. July 5, 1847; m. Oct. 20, 1865, Henry, 

b. Aug. 1, 1846, son of Abram and Louisa 
(Rtuulall) Mygatt. Live Amcnia, N. Y. Is- 
sue. T>o»iiMe and Laura, twins, b. Oct. 31, 1870; 
Frank, b. Aug. 14, 1869, d. Aug. 29, 1869, 
Amenia, N. Y, ; Charles, b. Jan. 26> 1878, d. 
July 17, 1878. Buried Harrisburg, Ind. 
2066 Frank, b. Harrisburg, Ind., Oct. 6, 1850, d. 
Vicksburg, Miss,, April 13, 1908. 

2066 Elbert, b, Oct. 6, 1845, d. March 1, 1852, Har- 

risburg, Ind. 

2067 James, b. Oct, 28, 1853, d, April 13, 1881 ; m. 

1878, Matilda McPhcrson. Lived Conners- 
▼ille, Ind. Issue: Alice, who lives New York 
City. 



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1260 LYDIA A., daughter of (487) James and Sophia 
(KeUey) Frost, b. Aug. 12, 1821, Carmel, N. Y., d. Fairfield, 
m., Jan. 3, 1899; m. March 22, 1842, at Harrisburg, Ind., 
Thomas, b. Rahway, N. J., March IS, 1817, d. Fairfield, lU., 
July 25. 1888. The mother of Thomas died at Madison, Wia. 
Issue (Robertson): 
+2058 George W. 
+2059 Mary Ellen. 

2060 James Stanley, b. Dec. 12, 1847; ra. Eva Wood. 
Issue : Harry. Lives Fairfield, 111. 
+2061 Catherine A. 
+2062 Sarah L. 

2063 Charley, b. Sept. 6, 1857, d. 2 years. 
From 1849 to 1854 Thomas was in the livery business at 
Madison, Wis. Returned to Connersville, Ind., and in 1871 
moved to Fairfield, IlL 



1261 GEORGE W., b. July 28, 1834, d. Connersville, Ind., 
Nov. 30, 1873, son of (487) James and Sophia (Kelley) Frost; 
m. Dec 28, 1858, at Connersville, Ind., Matilda Jane, b. In- 
diana Oct. 26, 1836, d. Great Falls, Mont., Aug. SI, 1908, 
d&ughtcr of Daniel and Maria (Emerick) Kerschner, of Fay- 
ette County, Ind. 
Issue: 

+2064 Charles Henry. 

2065 Alice Amanda, b. Feb. 4, 1873, d. April 13, 1894, 

Springfield, O. 
206C William Stewart, b. Oct. 6, 1861, lives Spokane, 

Wash. 
2067 Anna L., b. May 12, 1870; m. Dec. 26, 1894, at 
Great Falls, Mont., Milton J. Potec. Lives S. 
Great Falls, Mont. Issue : Kenneth L., b. July 
18, 1896; Chauncey G., b. Dec. 11, 1899; Era- 
met B., b. Feb. 16, 1905, and another son, b. 
1910. 
+2068 Hyatt C. 
+2069 Daniel Kerschner. 
+2070 Edmon Wilson. 
AH the above children bom in Indiana. Matilda Jane m., 
Sod, Wm. C. Caldwell, b. 1841, Waterloo, N. Y. He d. Oct 14, 



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1893, Springfield, 0., and she m. again, moving to Montana, 
where she died. 

1262 ELI, Bon of (487) James and Sophia (Kellcy) Frost, 
b. Nov. 9, 1831, living with son Hyatt in Connersville, Ind. 
June, 1911 ; m. Feb. 22, 1859, at Connersville, Ind., Mclscna, b. 
Germantown, 0., Aug. 27, 18.32, d, July 27, 1887, buried Lick 
Creek Cemetery, ConncrHvillc, Ind., daughter pf Daniel and 
Maria (ICmcrick) KerHcImcr. Daniel was b, Berks County, Pa., 
Feb. 14, 1801, and d. Connersville, Ind., Aug. 3, 1860. Maria 
was b. June 13, 1810, d. May 17, 1892. Eli was associated 
more or less with his brother Hyatt and tells how proud he was 
AS a boy to be allowed to carry water to the first elephant ever 
imported into this country. 
Issue : 

+2071 Hyatt Lincoln. 
+2072 Rosella A. 
+2073 Laura T. 

2074 Emcrick Kerschner, b. Nov. 23, 1867, at Harris- 
burg, Ind., unm. went to Montana, March 19, 
1887. Miner and prospector. Resides Twin 
Falls, Idaho, 1911. 
+2076 Homer Eli. 
+2076 Delia White. 

1264 CATHARINE, daughter of (487) James and Sophia 
(Kellcy) Frost, b. April 4, 1829, living Dora, Ind., 1911 ; m. 
"Feb. 11, 1849, near Harrisburg, Ind., Hiram, b, Fayette Co., 
July SO, 1826, son of Alexander and Nancy (Tyner) Dale. 
In a letter under date of Feb. 11, 1911, Mrs. Dale wrote the 
compiler, saying that on that day she and her husband were 
-celebrating their sixty-second wedding day. He was a Baptist 
minister. 

Issue (Dale) : 

2077 Herman, b. Feb. 15, 1850, d. March «, 1898. 

+2078 Laura. 

+2079 Elsie. 

+2080 George. 

+2081 Hyatt. 

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X089 John, b. Jan. 1, IHd^, killed by A fall from A 

wuKon r.'b. {<ft, IHHl. 
It084 Albert, b. Jan, 1, ]H(\\ ; m. Nov, «7, 1895, Chrii- 

tine Worlty, who d, Aug, 3, 1895. 
2085 Lillie, b. Dec. 11, 1866; m. Feb. «8, 1903, John, 

b. Nov. 25, 1858, son of James and Sarah 

(McClelland) Tyncr. He i« a farmer and stock 

buyer at WabaBh, Ind. 
2080 Cliurk*, b, Jan, 12, 1868, d, Feb. 3, 1877. 

2087 Kddie, b, Aug, 4, 1872, d. Sejit. 9, 1873. 

1266 8AHAH, dauKliter of (487) Jnmes and Sopliia (Kel- 
ley) Fro»t, b, Carnul, N, Y., Mnr.b 16, 18.16, d. March 27, 
1902, buried Grant Coiuily, Ind.; ni. June 5, 1866, at Ilarri*- 
burg, Ind., John H., d. April 15, 1901, 8on of Samuel and Dicy 
(Grovcr) Wells, the husband of her deceased sister. 

Itiue (Wells) : 

2088 Craven, b. May 9, 1867, d. Nov. 6, 1867. 

2089 Sophia Frost, b. April 21, 1869, d. Jan. 11, 

190.5; ni. Nov. 8, 1H99, Lcander, son of Abra- 
ham and Mary (Zinc) Wcnce, Lived Far- 
mersber^, Ind,, an<l had Norma Corrinc, b. 
March l.'J, 1903. Sophia is buried Park Cem- 
efcry, Fuimiont, Ind. 

2090 William Henry, b. Dec. 19, 1871; m. March 13, 

1903, at Marion, Ind., Florence E., daughter 
of Collins E. Miller. He left Indiana for Tex- 
as in 1907, and is in the concrete and paving 
business with his father-in-law. Issue: Wm. 
Miller, b. San Antonio, Texas, Sept. 21, 1908. 

2091 Charley F., b, Dec. 22, 1873, d. March 31, 1874. 

2092 Caroline, b. Nov. 4, 1875; m. Oct, 29, 1899, at 

Alexandria, Ind., Homer L., b. July 8, 1874» 
son of Daniel and Martha (Banister^ Lccr» 
Resides on the old home place in Fairmont, 
Ind., where her parents came to when married.- 

1267 CHARLES N., son of EHsha and (488) Lydia 
(Frost) Cole, b. Pleasant Valley, N. Y., July 1, 1820, d. Sept. 
4, 1899, buried Salt Point, N. Y.( m. Jane Ann, b. Nov. 28, 
1825, d. July 28, 1008, daughter of Jamei and Elizabeth 
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Itiue (Cole) : 

2093 Mortimer Dclding; m. Stanford, N. Y., Sept. 11, 

1880, Antoinette, b. Jan. 14, 1857, dau. of 
Isaac and Sally Ann (Bad^lf^y) Sands. Issue: 
Stanley S., b. Nov. 11, 1H82; Jennie A., b. 
June 30, 1884; Rcna Owen, b. Dec. 30, 1888. 
Mortimer's home. Salt Point, N. Y. 

1271 MAIIALA, dmiKhtcr of (489) John and Phcbc (Hub- 
bell) Frost, b. 1815, d. March 2, 1890; m. 1835, Tioga County, 
Pa., James Warner, who d. March 16, 1867. 

Issue (Warner) : 

2094 Susun, b. 1836; (2095) Emclinc, b. 18.38, ni. a 

Hoc; (2096) FranciH, b. 1841; (2097) Monroe, 
b. 1842; (2098) Ellen J., b. 1844; m. Abra- 
ham Horning, IIvch Vorn'wf^, N. Y. 

1287 UNDERHILL, son of (490) Jacob and Temperance 
(Owens) Frost; m. Emma Bronson. 

Issue: 

2099 Minnie B. (Sec No. 2107) ; (2101) Hattie. 

1288 ADELINE (or Adelaide), daughter of (490) Jacob 
and Temperance (Owens) Frost, b. Orange County, N. Y., 
May 6, 1840; m. Nov. 25, 1868, at Beaver Dams, N. Y., Jarvis 
A. Cole, who d. Nov. 30, 1881. 

Issue (Cole) : 

2102 Edna, b. Dec. 2.3, 1877; m. Oct. 23, 1895, Wm. 

Stevens, son of Andrew and Rachel (Atherton) 
Harwood, b. New York City Sept. 15, 1876. 
Live Watkins, N. Y. Two children. 

2103 Grace, b. Jan. 15, 1870^ unm. 

2104 Charles, b. May 3, 1871. 

2106 Lucy, b. Nov. 17, 1874; m, Sept. 3, 1893, Wal- 
ter Franklin, son of David and Jane (Caldwell) 
Wasson, b. Sugar Hill, N. Y., Jan.. 20, 1868. 
Live Schenectady, N. Y. 

1303 FRANK, son of (496) Horton and Editha (Cunning- 
ham) Frost, b. 1842; m. Rhoda Hutchins. Ticket agent at 
Elmira, N. Y. 



236 The Frost Genealogy 

Issue : 

2106 Josephine, b. 1869, d. 1896; m. John Underbill 
of Bath, N. Y., and had one daughter, Editba. 

1309 TRESSA, daughter of (498) George and Catherine 
(Shewman) Frost, b. Feb. 20, 1841 ; m. Sept. 3, 1863, Charles 
S., b. Nov. 3, 1835, d. April 12, 1906, buried Watkins, N. Y., 
son of Thomas S. and Lydia (Cogswell) Frost, a descendant 
from Wm. Frost, of Fairfield, Conn., 1639, a little of whose 
history will be found in the last part of this book. 

The father of Charles S. was owner and proprietor of the 
Glen Park Hotel at Watkins, N. Y. He died forty years ago 
and it passed into the hands of Charles S., who was also inter- 
ested in the marble business. 

Issue: 

+2107 George W, 

2108 John C, b. Nov. 24, 1866 ; ra. May 3, 1893, Cora 

B. Smith. No issue. Supt. of Watkins Glen, 
N. Y. 

2109 Willis L., b. Dec. 2, 1869; m. March 27, 1894, 

Eva Sisson, b. 1869. Fanner, living Town- 
send, N. Y. Issue: Tercssa L., b. May 27, 
1898. 

+2110 Charles H. 

+2111 Frank A. 

+2112 Glen H. 

1310 CELESTIA A., daughter of (498) George and Cath- 
erine (Shewman) Frost, b. Oct. 9, 1844; m. June 16, 1872, 
Harvey S., b. July 22, 1844, son of Tyler and Julia (Whit- 
ney) Abbey, of Watkins, N. Y. Freight clerk, same city. 

Issue (Abbey) : 

2113 Frank A., b. March 17, 1876, an electrical engi- 
neer in Boston, living Arlington, Mass. 

1311 ALBERT C, son of (498) George and Catherine 
(Shewman) Frost, b. July 29, 18.54, d. prior to 1910; ra. Jan. 
IS, 1881, Hattie, b. Dec. 3, 1860, daughter of Alonzo and 
^lary (Dutcher) Ball, of Montour Falls, N. Y. He was a hard- 
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iBsue: 

«114 Kate B., b. July 26, 1883 ; m. Edw. Van Aktyne. 
Lives Amityville, N. Y. 

2115 Mary G., b. April 11, 1887. 

2116 Bernice, b. AprillS, 1894. 

2117 Clark L., b. Dec. 30, 1895. 

2118 Frances, b. Feb. 6, 1901. 

1320 SUSAN EDESSA, daughter of (602) Orville C. and 
Sarah M. (Smalley) Frost, b. Kent, N. Y., Nov. 22, 1840; m., 
lit, George W. Bigelow. 

Issue (Bigelow) : 

2119 Claude, d. 3 years. 

2120 Clyde, b. Sept. 11, 1866, twin of Claude; ra. 

March 21, 1894, Lottie Skiff of Dundee, N. Y. 

Issue: Claude, b. Nov. 11, 1898, and Gertrude, 

b. April 3, 18 — . 
Susan E. m,, 2nd, G. F, Losey, a Civil War veteran. 
Issue (Losey) : 

2121 Minnie A., b. Michigan, June 22, 1874; m. Aug. 

11, 1899, Fcmwood Benedict of Dundee, N. Y., 
and has three children. 

1321 SARAH M., daughter of (602) Orville C. and Sarah 
M. (Smalley) Frost, b. Kent, N. Y., June 9, 1847; m. May 27, 
1874, James Presley Fulton of Stanley, N. Y., a Civil War 
veteran. 

Issue (Fulton) : 

2122 Maude A., b. Stanley, N. Y., Nov. 29, 1876; 

m. Dec. 1, 1897, Harry A. Thompson of Uoch- 
estcr, N, Y. iHsue: Gordon Fulton, b, Water- 
loo, N. Y., Sept. 7, 1898; Helen M., b. Easton, 
Pa,, May 14,_,1902, 

1326 ANNA DEBORAH, daughter of Caleb and (504) 
Laura (Frost) Hazen, b. Carmel, N. Y., Aug. 31, 1830, d. El- 
mira, N. Y., Feb. 13, 1904, buried Penn Yan, N. Y. ; m. there, 
Oct. 10, 1866, George Z., b, Nincvah, N. Y., Dec. 27, 1833, d. 
Elmira, N. Y., Morch 21, 1894, son of Oliver Ellsworth (an 
M. D., ot Fcnn Yen and New York' City) and Sabrina 
(Humphrey) Noble. 



238 The Fhost Geneamoy 

George Z. was a practising physician for thirty years in 
Dundee, N. Y., and later in Elmira. 
Issue (Noble) : 

2123 Mary L., b. April 16, 1868, living Elmira, N. Y. 

2124 Ellsworth Hazen, b. June 21, 1865, a graduate 

of New York College of Pharmacy, 1886; New 
York Homeopathic Medical College, 1890; 
New York Ophthalmic, May, 1910. Living 
Elmira, N. Y. 

1330 HELEN, daughter of Caleb and (504) Laura 
(Frost) Huzen, b. Feb. 26„18tf ; m. July 13, 1865, Prof. John 
W., b. Aug. 1, 18.37, d. Jan. 22, 1889, son of Capt. Wm. Henry 
(of the British Navy and a native of Inverness, Scotland) and 
Emeline (Merritt) Stewart. 

Issue (Stewart) : 
212.5 Laura. 

2126 William Hazcn ; m. Aug. 28, 1910, Ella Loraine, 

dfiughlcr of Nathan and EmcIinc Doty of In- 
tcrl/ikcn, N, Y. Lives Geneva, N, Y. 

1335 WILLET, son of Caleb and (504) Laura (Frost) 
Haren, b. June 24, 18r>3; m. July, 1886, Jessie Booth, 
Issue (Haren) : 

2127 Marguerita G., b. July 29, 1886; m. Charles 

Lcinmc, of St. Helena, Cal. ; (2128) Una, b. 
Doc. 9, 1889, m. B. VV. Pcrrinc of Oakland, 
Cul.; (2129) CaUb Dudley, b. April, 1888; 
(21,30) John Stewart, b, March 21, 1899; 
(2131) Oscar, b. April 26, 1904. 

M43 GEOIIGE HENIIY, son of Uriah R. and (612) Min- 
er^a R. (Cole) Patchcn; m. Laura Spencer. George H. an M 
D., New York C^ty. 
Issue (Patchcn) : 

2132 Jessie; (21.33) George, m. Hazel Frostelle, and 
had Richard and Robert. 

1361 ARTHUR DOTY, son of (633) George R. and 
Cathanne (Doty) Frost, b. Dec 18, 1867; m. April 6, 1896, at 
Glenwood Springs, Col., Mabel Blanche, b. Clearfield, Pa., Dec. 



Skvkkth Okkkhatiok 239 

1, 1872, daughter of Robert and Nancy (Nelson) Leonard. 
Robert, b. Clearfield, Pa., March 15, 1830, and Nancy b. But- 
ler County, Pa., March 26, 1842, Live Douglas, Arizona, 
I»ue : 

2134- Georgia Leonard, b. Grand Junction, Col., April 

14, 1897. 
2136 James Richmond, b. Cripple Creek, Col,, May 16, 
1899. 

2136 Lillian Doty, b, Corbar County, Wyoming, Oct, 

22, 1901, 

2137 Mary Nelson, b, Douglas, Ariz,, Feb. 15, 1906. 

2138 Sarnh Catharine, b, Douglas, Ariz,, March 3, 

1908, 

1376 CALISTA, daughter of William G. and (538) Eliz- 
abeth (Frost) Hopkins, b. Carmel, N, Y., Dec, 20, 1816; m. 
Carmcl, Feb, 7, 1839, by Rev, George Todd, Reuben D. Bald- 
win, b. Dec. 25, 1809, d, Dec, 27, 1882, at Lake Mahopac, 
N. Y. 

laiuc (Baldwin) ; 

2139 Augusta b, Canncl, N, Y,, Dec, 25, 1840, d. 

1856, 
-f2140 Irene. 

2141 Laura, b. Carmel, N, Y,, April 23, 1850; m. Fe- 
lix C, Blivcn, Lived Lake Mnhopac, N, Y. 
Issue: Clarence, unm, 1910; Olin, m, Emily 
Perritt, in business New York City, 1910, 
Calista attended the district school until fourteen years of 
ago, then became pupil at Quaker Ilill Seminary and finally 
became a teacher there. After marriage, lived in Southeast 
New York for «ix years. Her hush/md built a large hotel on 
the shores of Lake Mahopac which would accommodate four 
hundred guests and they lived there twenty-five years. It was 
destroyed by fire Oct, 5, 1869, with a loss of over $80,000, and 
the insurance policy had expired the day before, Mr, Baldwin 
then started a bank, and was Postmaster, but losses in Wall 
Street affected his mind and hastened his death, after which 
«he went to live with her mother in Hyde Park, N. Y. She was 
for forty years a consistent member of the Mahopac Falls Pres- 
byterian Church. 



240 The Fbost Gknealoot 

1407 MAHY ELIZABETH, daughter of (644) Samuel D. 
and Armenia (Sccly) Frost, b. Carmcl, N. Y., Feb. 16, 1832; 
m. Nov. 26, 18.5.3, at Trattsburg, N. Y., 8. Dwight, ■on of 
QuartuB and Lucy (Hopkins) Cook. He wa« an elder in the 
Prci.b>liri.in Church at Prattsburg, N. Y. llenlded, 1001, 
Poultncy, N. Y. 
Isauv (Cook) : 

+2142 Floyd Henry. 
+2143 William E. 

1410 AH.MKNIA ANN, daughter of (M4) Samuel D. and 
Anm-nia (S<«ly) Front, b. Yorktown, N. Y., Dec. 2H, 1H40} m. 
Oct. 27, \Hr,H, IVtcr F., b. Wheeler, N. Y., Jan. 27, 1837, toB 
of Jttineii and .Nuncy Fariu. Grocer at Avoca, N, Y. 

Isauc (Paris) : 

-f-2144 Frank H. 

2146 William F., b. Prnttsburg, N. Y., Feb. 4, 1870, 

d. Feb, 10, 1870. 

1413 HOWAHl) TYLKIl, son of (646) Munson and Mary 
A. L. (Hilrheork) FroMt, b, Curmel, N. Y., May 17, 1842; m. 
New ()rl«»ins, .June 3, 1808, Isabella 0., b. New Orlean*, La, 
Nov, 8, 1846, d/iughlcr of Joel W. and Ellen (McCarthy) 
Jewell of that city. 

Issue : 

-j-2146 Mary Ellen G. 

2147 William Howard, b. Dec. 26, 1870, d. Nov. 0, 

1871, at New Orleans, La. 
21 IP JoK'phine Howard, b. March 30, 1874. 
2149 Abhic Morey, b. Dec. 29, 1876, d. July 6, 1878, 

New Orleans, La. 

2160 Neatos, b. April 7, 1877, d. Aug. 8, 1877, New 

Orleans, La. 

2161 Bessie G., b. June 9, 1883. 

1415 EDWARD MUNSON, known as MUNSON, son of 
(645) Munson and Mary A. L. (Hitchcock) Frost, b. Carmcl, 
N. Y., May 28, 1848; m., Yorktown, N. Y., Presbyterian 
Church, Dec. 24, 1874, Mary Ann, b. New York City, July 14, 
1850, daughter of Abijah (d. Aug. 9, 1888, aged 69 years) and 
Mary Ann (Strang) Lee, b. Sept. 10, 1823, d. Feb. 1, 1885. 



Seventh Generation 



241 



Edw. M. is Treasurer of Yorktown, N. Y., Telephone Co., and 
a farmer. 



Iffuc: 

-f2ir,2 

+2153 

+2104 

+2106 

2106 



2167 



2108 



2109 



2160 



2161 



2162 



Edward Irving, 

Eleanor Ijce, 

Mary Ann. 

Alice ndl. 

Frances Jane, b. Yorktown, N. Y., Nov. 18, 

1881; m. L. C. Pcnn. Lives at Mt. Vernon, 

O. Issue: Helen Cynthia. 
Harriet M., b. Yorktown, N. Y., April 10, 1883, 

unm. liiv«'s Montclair, N. J. 
HuiiuK'l 'I'illty, h. Doc. Ha, 1884; m. Eleanor 

Knokcy of Hoquiam, Wash. Live Eagle, Idaho, 
Robert Strang, b. Yorktown, N, Y., Dec. 21, 

1886, unm. Lives New York. 
Wm. Curnming, b. Yorktown, N, Y,, Aug, 18, 

IHHH, unrri. I^ives VVasliin^ton, D. C, 
Flora Louise, b. May 28, 1800, unm. Lives Mt. 

Vernon, O. 
John Munson, b, Feb. 11, 1894, unm. Lives Mt. 

Vernon, O. 



1417 CORNELIA AGNES, daughter of (646) Floyd T. 
and Sophia 0. (Morse) Frost, b. Jefferson Lake, N. Y., Jan. 
13, 1835; m. at Picrmont, N. Y., Jan. 1, 1861, Isaac Newton, 
b. Nyack, N. Y., March 13, 1831, d. Des Moines, Iowa, Feb. 
26, 1892, son of Phcbc (Baldwin) Voris. (The compiler was 
unable to ascertain his father's name.) 
Issue (Voris) : 
+^163 Mary. 

2164 Alvin, b. Pescadcro, Cal., July 24, 1866, d. Ar- 
cadia, Iowa, Oct. 10, 1874. 
+2165 Floyd T. 

1419 MARGARET MORSE, daughter of (646) Floyd T. 
and Sophia O. (Morse) Frost, b. Gilcad Parsonage, Carmcl, N. 
Y., Nov. 30, 1837; m., at Rockland Hill, Picrmont, N. Y., Sept. 
6, 1859, Calvin Augustus, b. Ncwfleld, Maine, Aug. 16, 1822, 
son of Thomas and Mary (Smith) Smith, who were cousins. 
Lived East Orange, N. J., 1901. 



m TiiK Fbo»t Qv.uKAhoor 

litiiuc (Kiiiith) : 
-f21G6 Floyd R, 
+2167 Calvin Augustus. 

1420 HARRIET SOPHIA, daughter of (646) Floyd T. 
and Sophia (Morse) Frost, b. Derby, Conn,, July 31, 1839; m. 
at Pcscadero, Cal., April 16, 1865, Lysanus Wilber, son of 
Scth Clark and Tharza (Lyon) Williams. Lives Fruit Vale, 
CaL 

Issue (Williams) : 

2168 Louis Wilber, b. California Dec. 16, 1866, and 

d. there. 

2169 Sophie, b. Pescadero, Cal., May 6, 1868, d. April 

11, 1873. 
+2170 Clara Rebecca. 

2171 Charles Ellis, b. California Sept. 24, 1874, d. 

Dec. 26, 1874. 

1422 EMILY FRANCES, daughter of (546) Floyd T. 
and Sophia O. (.Morse) Frost, b. Derby, Conn,, Feb. 22, 1813; 
pi. at Sparkill, N. Y., Fob. 22, 1863, Wm, Burtis, son of Wm. 
Burtis and Angeliric Corning. 

Issue (Coming) : 

2172 Florinc, b. Rockland, N. Y., Sept. 6, 1864; m., 

Ist, Thomas Case, b. 1863, who d. Jan., 1898, 
buried Jersey City. Issue: Madeline, b. Spar- 
kill, N. Y., Jan. 19, 1887. Florinc m., 2nd, 
March 16, 181)8, at Grace Church, Chantry, 
N. Y., John Henry Bayles of Virginia. Living, 
1900, Hempstead, L. L 
2172a Maude B., b. Sparkill, N. Y., Jan. 19, 1873; m. 
at Hempstead, L. I., April 14, 1897, Herbert 
Lincoln Norton, a lumber dealer of Jamaica, L. 
I. Issue: Dorothy, b. Jamaica, Aug. 2, 1898. 

2173 ISIabel, b. June 10, 1880, d. July 4, 1883, at 

Sparkill, N. Y., buried Greenwood, Brooklvn, 
N. v., July 6, 1883, 

2174 Amos Elwood, b. Feb. 20, 1880. 

1423 REBECCA ANN, daughter of (646) Floyd T. and 
Sophia O. (Morse) Frost, b. Birmingham, Conn., Jan. 18, 



SUVKNTII 0RNKItAT(ON 843 

184S; m. at Fairfax, Iowa, Jan. 20, 1879, Charles Alex., b. 
Morcsvillc, N. Y., Sept. 29, 1838, son of Matthew and Eunice 
Wakcfitld (Sturgcs) Daniel. Living, 1900, Boulder, Col. 
Ihhuc (Daniel) : 

♦ 2176 Irwin, b. Arcadia, lowo, Aug. 22, 1880 ; m. Myr- 
tle M. Sanders. Issue: Ethel Adello, b. Nov. 2, 
1910. 

1424 FLOYD THOMAS, son of (546) Floyd T. and So- 
phia O. (Moise) Frost, b. Birmingham, Conn., Nov. 29, 1846; 
m. at Adrian, Mich., April 23, 1879, Annie C, b. Adrian, Mich., 
Feb. 21, 1858, daughter of Lucien and Ann (Tabor) Bowen. 

Issue : 

2176 Paul Dclavan, b. Arcadia, la., Feb. 29, 1880. 

2177 Annie May, b. Animosa, la., Aug. 24, 1884. 

1426 BENIAH YOUNG, son of (646) Floyd T. and So- 
phia O. (Morse) Frost, b. Birmingham, Conn., Sept. 12, 1848; 
m. April 3, 1870, at Orangeburg, N. Y., Margaret Louisa, 
daughter of Joseph and Sarah A. Blanch. Beniah Y. is banker 
and broker. New York City. 

Issue : 

2178 Louis Delavan, b. Orangeburg, N. Y., Feb. 8, 

1871, d. Norwood, N. J., Feb. 18, 1889. 
-f2179 Lc Hoy. 

2180 Annette, b. Sparkill, N. Y., Nov. 8, 1874, d. 

Nyack, N. Y., Aug. 13, 1894. 

2181 Frederick Jerome, b. Nov. 14, 1876. 

2182 Blunch, b. Norwood, N. J., Sept. 24, 1883. 

1431 MERLE ARTHUR, son of (549) Daniel D. and 
Lottie (Rogers) Frost, b. Litchfield, Mich., Dec. 17, 1871; m. 
Chicago, Oct. 8, 1896, Martha King, b. Cameron, Mo., May 14, 
1873, daughter of William A. and Julia (King) Waterman. 
Merle Arthur wag a graduate of Olivette, Mich., College, 1892. 
Preached Mile*, la. In 1900 puntur Union Congregational 
Church, Chicago, 111. 1911 Congregational minister, Monroe, 
Wash. 

Issue : 

2183 Frederic Rogers, b. Chicago, 111., April 10, 1901, 

d. Dec. 20, 1902. 



**^ The Fbost Genealogy 

2184- Wm. Waterman, b. Chicago, July 28, 1897. 

2185 Merle A., b. Miles, la., Nov, 17, 1898, 
2185ft July Klizahctli, b, Aug, 21, 1906. 
2186b Henry King, b. Oct, 12, 1907. 

1438 SAMUEL PAYSON, son of Isaac T. and (550) An- 
ni« L. (Frost) Smith; m., Pulaski, N. Y,, Dec. 19, 1868, Julia 
A-, b. March 7, 1850, daughter of John S. and Margaret A. 
Frye- Farmer, Albion, N. Y. 

iMue (Smith) : 

2186 Gertie Annie; m., Albion, N. Y., Oct. 18, 1894, 

Wilfred A., son of Wilfred I. and Sarah Lane. 
Issue: One child, b. Syracuse, N. Y., May 26, 
1897. 

2187 Jennie Cornelia; m. Albion, N. Y., Oct. 14, 1897, 

Charles J. West, b. Bennington, Vt., Jan. 21, 
1867, son of Charles J. and Mary West. He if 
a cabinet maker, living Utica, N. Y. 

1439 LYMAN BEECHER, son of Isaac T. and (560) An- 
nis L. (Frost) Smith, b. Peckskill, N. Y., June 16, 1845; m. 
Albion, N. Y., July 3, 1873, Mary S., b. Albion, N. Y., May 8, 
1853, d. there April 26, 1890, daughter of Hiram F. and 
Martha A. (Beldcn) Norton. He m., 2nd, July 1, 1891, at 
Albion, N. Y., Julia E. Norton, sister of his first wife, b. Aug. 
26, 1862. Farmer, living Pulaski, N. Y. 

Issue (Smith) : 

2188 Clarence Lyman, b. May 6, 1892. 

2189 Elton Ferres, b. Sept. 27, 1893. 

2190 De Witt Frost, b. Feb. 14, 1896. 

1440 ELIAS CHAUNCEY, son of Isaac T. and (660) An- 
nis L. (Frost) Smith, b. Peckskill, N. Y., Oct. 7. 1847; m. 
Henderson, N. Y., Feb. 2, 1874, Mary Jane, b. ElHsburg, N. 
Y., April 28, 1847, daughter of Hiram 8. and Mary M. Prc»- 
ky. Lumberman, living Henderson, N. Y., 1902. 

iMue (Smith) : 

2191 Isaac Elia«, b. Aug. 16, 1876, d. April 1, 1888, 

buried Roberts Comen, Jefferson Co,. N. Y. 



Seventh Genebation 246 

1442 SOPHIA A., daughter of Isaac T. and (550) Annis 
(Frost) Smith; in, Williamstown, N, Y., Dec, 3, 1868, Samuel 
P., b. Winficld, N, Y., Feb, 8, 1845, d. Syracuse, N. Y., Sept. 
8, 1898, son of Horace E. and Merccy (Howard) Clement. 
Lived Fcrnwood, N. Y. 

Issue (Clement) : 

2192 Grace A., b. Altmar, N. Y., Oct. 25, 1869; m. 

April 2, 1900, in Toronto, Can., Louis Bartley 
DeJunc, b. Pulaski, N. Y., son of William and 
Nellie De June. Live Syracuse, N. Y. 

2193 Nellie A., b. Altmar, N. Y., Aug. 27, 1871, d. 

Feb. 15, 1874. 
+2194 Maude A. 

2195 Benjamin L., b. Altmar, N. Y., Oct. 31, 1878, d. 

Oct. 28, 1881. 

1443 AGNES NANCY, daughter of Isaac T. and (650) 
Annis L. (Frost) Smith; m. Pineville, N. Y., Dec. 17, 1871, 
De Witt, b. Altmar, N. Y., Aug. 6, 1847, d. there Jan. 19,. 

, son of Fayette and Eliza Ann (Olin) Whitney. She m., 

jlnd, Henry Jones. 

Issue (Whitney) : 

2196 Lena, b. Altmar, N. Y., Oct. 2, 1872; m. Dec. 

24, 1891, Charles, b. Howardville, N. Y., July 
27, 1869, son of S. W. and Margaret (Mow- 
ers) Jennings. Issue: Evelyn, b. Howardville, 
N. Y., March 16, 1893. 

2197 Floyd Fayette, b. March 26, 1876. 

1446 LOUISE M., daughter of Isaac T. and (550) Annis 
L. (Frost) Smith, b. Peekskill, N. Y., March 24, 1858; m. 
there, Dec. 25, 1884, Henry C, b. Peekskill, April 16, 1867, 
■on of Henry and Dorinda (Wilkins) Birdsall. Living Peeks- 
kill, N. Y. Moulder and musician. 

Issue (Birdsall) : 

2198 Emily Frost, b. Sept. 6, 1886, d. Sept. 28, 1893. 

2199 Gladys, b. Aug. 12, 1887 ; m. Randall Washburn. 

Issue: Lillian. 

1468 GEORGE WILLIAM, son of George and (676) Ade- 
lift Duane (Frost) Lasher, b. June 24, 1831 ; m. Aug. 23, 1860, 



2^ The Fbost Gekkaixjot 

Eliza C, b. May 3, 1839, daughter of George W. and Eliza 
H. (Boardman) Eaton. George W. Lasher was ordained as 
pastor of the First Baptist Church, Xon^alk, Conn., Sept. SO, 
18o9; Chaplain Fifth Regiment, Connecticut Volunteer Infan- 
try, from June 25 to Dec. 20, 1861; Pastor First Baptist 
Church, Newburg, N. Y., 1862-4; of Portland Street Baptist 
Church, Haverhill, Mass., 1864-8: of Trenton, N. J., 1868-72- 
Corresponding Secretary of the Baptist Education Society of 
New lork State, 1872-75; toured Europe, Egypt and Palestine, 
18.o; proprietor and editor of "Journal and Messenger," Cin- 
cinnati, O., 1876. and so continues; Phi Beta Kaupa. Beta 
Theta Pi: member of Sons of Revolution and of Loya'l Legion. 

George W. Lasher and wife were married in Ham'ilton, N. Y., 
at \\ oodland Height, the home of the bride, the ceremony bcinir 
performed by her father. He is a graduate of Colgate Univer- 
•ity, 1857: Hamilton Theological Seminary, 1859; received de- 
gree of A. B., 18.>7; Master of Arts, 1859; Doctor of Divinity. 
1874; Doctor of Laws, 1908. 

Iwue ( Lasher) : 

2200 George Eaton, b. Norwalk, Conn., Aug. 21, I860. 

d. Feb. 21, 1873. 

2201 Mary, b. Ncwb.irg, N. Y., Dec. 23, 1863, d. May 

20, 1865, Haverhill, Maw. 

2202 William, b. Haverhill, Mass., Oct. 25, 1865, d. 

there Dec. 2, 1866. 

2203 Mabel Elsie, b. Haverhill, Mass., Aug. 13, 1867, 

d. Trenton, X. J., Feb. 9, 1870. 

2204 Helen Louise, b. Trenton, .\. J., July 9, 1869, 

unm. 

2205 Clara A.klia, b. March 13, 1872, unm. 

2206 Bessie Isabcll, b. Hamilton, N. Y., April 2, 1875; 

m. Nov. 28, 1901, George Sanford, b. May 2l] 
1874, sen of Wm. C. and Flora (Angcll) Aus- 
tin. Issue: Flora Angcll, b. June 16, 1904; 
George Lasher, b. May 6, 1907; Wm. Corey, 
b. April 16, 1909. Live Paincsvjllc, O. 
The last three of the above children graduated from Shcp- 
ardson College, Granville, O. Helen with a degree of Ph.B , 
the other two with the degree of A. B. All of the deceased 
chndren are buried UniTersitj Cemetery, Hamilton, N. Y. 




>!■. .»j<i» Mri. (;r.o««r. W. I..«iiin:N ix IM5D axu 1009 
(Xo. HAH) 



Seventh Gent.ration 247 

George W. Eaton was President of Colgate University and 
of Hamilton Theological Seminary. 

1462 ANNA DELIA, daughter of George and (576) 
Adelia Duane (Frost) Lasher, b. Duanesburg, N. Y., April 28, 
1835, d. Stonington, Conn., Jan. 6, 1900; m. Sept. 5, 1854, 
Gideon Perry, b. Stonington, Conn., Aug. 17, 1823, d. Jan. 23, 
1009, Hon of Amos and Phebc (Denison) Chcsebrough. Amos 
ChcBcbrough, Bon of Samuel and Mary (Slack) ; Samuel, son of 
Col. Amos and Dcwirc (Williams) ; Col. Amos, son of Samuel 
and Priscilla (Aldcn), who was a daughter of John Aldcn and 
Priscilla (Mullins) immortalized by Longfellow; Samuel, son 
of Nathaniel and Hannah (Denison). He served in the Colo- 
nial Indian War; Nathaniel, son of William and Anna (Steven- 
son) ; William was b. England, 1598; m. in Boston, Eng., Dec. 
6, 1620, came to America 1630 with Winthrop, and was the 
first white man to permanently settle in Stonington, Conn, in 
1649. 

Issue (Chescbrough) : 

2207 George Lasher, b. Aug. 20, 1856, d. Aug. 23, 

1897. 

2208 Mary Adelia, b. July 30, 18.57 ; m. June 9, 1881, 

Eugene, b. Nov. 29, 1841, son of Major Aldcn 
and Nancy D. (Palmer) Palmer of Stonington, 
Conn. Issue : Henry Rhodes, b. Oct. 26, 1882 ; 
m, Nancy Louise Wheeler; Daniel Stanton, 
b. Sept. 25, 1884, d, May 28, 1903; Adelia 
May, b. Dec. 2, 1887; Jean, b. Aug. 7, 1900. 

2209 Nancy Anna, b, Nov, 29, 1859; unm., living 

Westerly, 11. I. 

2210 Ph(l)c Denison, b. Dec, 27, 1861; m, John B. 

Dauchy, of N, Y. Issue: Bradley Lasher, b, 
Jan. 2*8, 1895. 

2211 Daniel Frost, b, Jan. 27, 1862, d, Feb, 16, 1892. 

2212 Edna, b, July 29, 1866, 

2219 Oirleon Perry, b. Oct, 13, 1868; m. Apr. 16, 
1H94, Annie Ollweilcr of Stonington, Conn. 
Issue: Marjoric, b. Apr. 28, 1896, 

2214 Grace Louise, b, Dec. 10, 1873. 
1464 ISABELLA, daughter of George and (676) Adelia 
Duane (Frost) Lasher, b. Duanesburg, N. Y., May 28, 1841; 



248 The Feost Genealogy 

m. at Schoharie, N. Y., Apr. 16, 1862, Joseph W. Taylor, b. 
Feb. 19, 1835. 
iMae (Taylor) : 

ftftU George L., b. Schoharie, N. Y., June 12, 1865, 
unm., 1910. 

M16 J. William, b. Schoharie, N. Y., Dec. 8, 1868; 
m. Feb. 8, 1902, at St. Louis, Mo., Grace Mer- 
rill Guernsey. Issue: David T., b. St. Louis, 
March 7, 1902; J. VVm., Jr., b. St. Louis, Mo., 
Dec, 1906. 

2217 Dora Louise, b. Schoharie, N. Y., Aug. 1, 1872} 
m, there Oct., 1907, Merle Ressigieu, b, Dec. 
8, 1878. Issue: Irene Elizabeth, b. Schoharie, 
N, v., Aug, 9, 190H; G.'orgc MeHc, b. Scho- 
harie, N. y., Dec, 8, 1909, 

1482 EVELYN M., <laughter of (081) Daniel M. and Lily 
(Graham) Frost; m. Philip, son of Alexander James and Lady 
Mildred A. (Cecil) Bcresford-Hopc. Philip is nephew of the 
Marquis of GnlcNburg, late Prime Minister of England and 
lives Derbyshire, Eng. His father, Right Hon. Alexander 
James Deresford-Hope, is a Member of Parliament. Lady Mil- 
dred A. (V-ril is a (Icscendant of Lord Durleight, and sister of 
the Marquis of Salisbury. 

1490 JOHN, son of John and (683) Rosannah (Frost) 
Waddell, b. Sept. 18, 1836; m, at Sedalia, Mo., Oct, 9, 1869, 
Rotalic 0., duuglil«r of Frederick and Marie Elsie (Proven* 
chcre) Haiigrain of Kt, Louis, Mo. 

iMUe (Waddell) : 

2218 John Frederick, b. March 31, 1872; m. Sept. 17, 

1903, Anna Morton. Live Denver, Colo. No 
'issue. 

2219 James Frost, b. Sept. 12, 1879 ; m. Apr. 24, 1895, 

Louise Randolph Cotton, of Sedalia, Mo. 
Issue: John Wm., b. Dallas, Texas, March 19, 
1896; Mary Rosalie, b. Sedalia, Mo., Sept. 29, 
1898; Robert Stockton, b. Sedalia, Mo., Aug. 
SO, 1900; James F. J., b. Sedalia, Mo., Aug. 
29, 1902; Frank, b. Sedalia, Mo., Sept. 4, 

1904, d Galveston, Texas, Feb. IS, 1909; 
George J., b. Nor. 10, 1906. 



Skvknth Gknkkation 8-Ii9 

«220 Marie Elsie, b. St. Louis, Oct. 28, 1874 ; m. Feb. 
14, 1900, James A. Laney, of Sedalia, Mo. 
Ihhuc: Liicy Caroline, b. Feb. 2G, 1901; Marie 
Elwie, b, Nov. 27, 1905 ; Lucy Caroline, b. Sept. 
20, 190.3; James Pierre, b. Jan. 24, 1909. 

J8221 Francois Sangrain, b. Feb. 6, 1870, d. Sedalia, 
Mo., Jan. 28, 1898. 

ftftM Rosalie 6., b. St. Louis, Mo., Jan. 21, 1878; m. 
Oct. 9, 1908, at Sedalia, Mo., Richard Mon- 
tague Garrett. Issue: Genevieve Cameron, b. 
Sept. 16, 1909. 

8228 Joscpb, b. June 25, 1879; m. Lucille Annette 
Urown, of Sedalia, Mo., Oct. 6, 1909. 

S224 lloHHiina LouiMc, b. l-'cb. 10, 1HH1, uiun. 

iM5 Antoinc Pierre Saugrain, b, Aug. 21, 1883. He 
was baptized as above in memory of the de- 
ceased brother of his mother and to perpetuate 
the name of Saugrain which became extinct by 
the death of said brother. His nomc was 
changed legally. 
All the above children born St. Louis, Mo. 

1491 MARY L., daughter of Isaac and (589) Rosanna 
(Frost) Rell, b. Albany, N. Y., March 10, 1840; m. Aug. 27, 
1868, at Mariavillc, N. Y., Erastus Williams, b. Northampton, 
N. Y., Feb. fl, 1842, d. June 20, 1889, at Jersey City, buried 
Mariavillc, N, Y., son of David and Harah Ann (Williams) 
Lyon. Harah Ann Williams wai daughter of Dr. Erastus Wil- 
liams of Knox, N. Y. 
Issue (Lyon) : 

-f2226 Rosanna Frost. 

2227 Anna Williams, b. Newark, N. J., .Tune 10 187K 
d. there Sept. 29, 1874, buried Mariavillc, 
N. Y. 

1494 ELIZA, daughter of (584) Isaac and Phcbe (Hoag) 
Frost, b. Aug. 9, 1832; m. July 25, 1849, Charles H. McKin»- 
bry, who d. Feb. 11, 1867. 
Issue (McKinsbry) : 

8228 Phoebe, b. Jan. 11, 1882; m. Nov. 8, 1871, Ar- 
thur J. Read. 



850 TlIK FhoUT OKNKALOdY 

2229 nmrl'H U., h. Munli 22, IHOO, <l, Mny 20, 1008; 

III, Oct, 2/J, 1HH2, Kli/dbah Hhcrrimn, who d. 
Nov. 7, 1900. 

1602 EDNA MARIA, daughter of (589b) Willmm Henry 
and Lorinda (Eldred) Frost, b. April 26, 1870; m. June 26, 
1895, John IlancB, b. Junius, N. Y., Jan. 22, 1871, farmer, 
Trumansburg, N, Y., son of Francis S., b. Mass,, and Lydia 
Hanrs (Van Chit) flodfrcy. Tht-y lived for iome time in 
Mak/iwcli, Kuii/ii, Hawaiian iNlands. 

Imuc (Godfrey) : 

2230 Lydia Lorinchi, b. Covert, N. Y., Jan. 14, 1899. 

2231 Mary Gertrude, b. Bellevue, Pittsburg, Pa., Dec. 

26, 1903. 

1605 CATHARINE ANN, daughter of (691) Zophar and 
Priscilla (Travcr) Frost, m. James Ezra Travcr. Lived Uhine- 
beck, N. y. 

Issue (Travcr) : 

2232 Ella F. ; m. Duglass Marquet. In the will of her 

aunt Anna Maria Frost she was left table 
silver. 
223S Everett .T. ; m. Jennie Stoughtcnberg. Issue: 
Roy, Nina, Sterling, In the will of his great- 
uncle, Jesse Frost, Everett J. was given a gold 
watch that once belonged to Dr. Jesse F. Mer- 
ritt. 

1606 JACOB Z., son of (591) Zophar and Priscilla (Tra- 
cer) Frost, b. Feb, 28, 1843, lives Pleasant Plains, N. Y, ; m. 
1865, .Marietta, daughter of Philip D, and Lucinda (Schultz) 
Cookingham. 

Issue : 

2234 Lillian; m. Dr. H. Reed Hawley. Issue: Mar- 

garet, Elbert, Beatrice, Dorothy, Roswell. 

2235 Rosa Nita; m. Robert J. Knox. Live Pough- 

keepsie, N. Y. Issue: Robert J., a baby 1909. 
LeRoy's mills, built 1776, by a DcWitt family, passed into 
the hands of George Cookingham and finally to Jacob Z. Frost 
it Co., the company being Philip D. Cookingham, one time 
Postmaster. 



SkVKNTIT OKNKrtATION 251 

1/507 JOHN PALM K 11, unn of (/593) Unnc find llachcl 
(Sand) Doty, b. Plcanant Valley, N. Y., Sept. 17, 1816; m. 
Rachel, b. Clinton, N. Y., Sept. 21, 1814, d. July 30, 1844, 
daughter of Samuel and Phebc (Cox) Holmes. 

Issue (Doty) : 

2236 Hannah, b. May 10, 1841, d. Clinton, N, Y., 

May 1, 1880; m. Sept. 14, 1867, Elmer Van 
Vlict. 

1/JOO THOMAS, son of (593) iHaac and Rachel (Sand) 
Doty, b, Feb. 8, 1821; m. EHthcr, daughter of Stephen and 
Patience (Hatfield) Holmes, who d. Clinton, N. Y., 1874. Ste- 
phen and Patience of Clinton, N. Y., were m., ace. to Creek 
records of the Friends, June 26, 1822, Stephen being son of 
John and Phcbe Holmes and Patience the daughter of Peter and 
Mary Hatfield. 

Issue (Doty) : 

2237 Patience; m. Douglass R. Southerland. Livet 

Morris, Minn. 

2238 Stephen, d. young. 

1518 HANNAH ANN, daughter of (596) Elias and 
Rhoda (HolmcH) Doty, b. Pleasant Valley, N, Y., June 11, 
1840; m. June 13, 1866, Darnard Rurtis, b. Pleasant Valley, 
N. Y., Oct. 4, 1847, son of Edward Samuel and Emily (Miller) 
Hicks. 

Issue (Hicks) : 

2239 Edward Elias, b. Pleasant Valley, N. Y., Nov. 

18, 1870. 

1529 TJ'^MUEL E., son of Myers and (623) Emelinc 
(Frost) Travcr, b. Dutchess Co, N. Y., Sept. 11, 18.37; m. 
Elizabeth Ellen Johnson of Portland, Me., b. Cape Elizabeth, 
Me., July 15, 1843. 

Issue (Traver) : 

2240 Edwin Chester, b. June 19, 1869; m. Lillian F. 

Mathews. 

2241 Albert Evans, b. Dec. 4, 1872 ; m. Mattie L. Feck, 

b. Nov. 6, 1871. 

2242 Mary Emeline, b. Aug. 6, 1881. 



252 The Feost Genealogy 

1636 CATHARINE ISABEL, daughter of Myer« and 
(623) Emcline (Frost) Travcr, b. Aug. 2, 1861; m. Nov. 26, 
1873, Hiram M., b. June 26, 1860, d. April 14, 1902, son ot 
John and Sarah (Manning) Cole. Lived Wappinger Falb, 
N. Y. 

Issue (Cole) : 

2243 CorabcIIc, b. March 26, 1876, d. Aug. 21, 1876. 

2244 Hiram, b. Nov. 9, 1892. 

1538 ALA.NDEVILLE S., son of (624) Samuel and Bar- 
bara (Traver) Frost, b. July 30, 1845; m. Nov. 25, 1868, 
Catharine Ann, daughter of George and Eliza (Burger) Mar- 
quardt. Mandeville S. was b. in Clinton, N. Y., and after at- 
tending the district schools of that place entered the DeGarmo 
Inst. In 1867, with his father, he moved to Rhinebeck, N. Y., 
and there served as Assessor and later as Supervisor. He has 
also been Chairman of the Equalization Committee and of the 
Coiinty Rebate Tax Com. 
Issue: 

2246 Minnie L., b. Oct. 8, 1869; m. Feb. 6, 1889, 
Fred E., son of Egbert and Sarah (Ackert) 
Traver. Lives Rhinebeck, N. Y. He is a 
dairyman and assessor. Issue: Vema, b. June 
26, 1893; Lcona, b. Oct. 18, 1899; Kathleen, b. 
Sept. 25, 1902. 
2246 Charics M., b. June 7, 1872, d. May 25, 1895. 
£247 Alvah G., b. March 14, 1875; m. Aug. 5, 1903, 
Alida Marguerite, daughter of Lewis Olds and 
Mattie Carter (Moulton) Hills. Alvah G. is 
High School Principal (St. Mary's), Utica, 
N. Y. Grad. Normal Col., Albany, N. Y., 
1900. Issue: Mandeville Carter, b. Feb. 24, 
1906. 

2248 Austin S., b. Sept. 6, 1880, florist and farmer, 

Rhinebeck, N. Y. ; m. June 26, 1908, Vcmic, 
HnnijKtcr of Israel and Caroline (Vandcwatcr) 
Marshall. Issue: Beatrice, b. March 19, 1909. 

2249 Benson R., b. Aug. 12, 1883, unm., 1910. Grad. 

Brown, 1908; Prof, of Science LcRoy High 
School, LeRoy, N. Y.; Pres. of Senior Class at 
Brown. 



Seventh Generation 263 

2260 Edith M., b. Oct. 11, 1886. 

2261 Ardclle, b. Jan. 1, 1888. 

2262 Florence E., b. Sept. 4, 1890. 

1640 LOUISA ANN, daughter of (624) Samuel and Bar- 
bara E. (Traver) Frost, b. Sept. 19, 1841, d. Feb. 19, 1868; ra. 
Dec. 16, 1864, Virgil A., «on of Wm. H. and Maria (Pultz) 
Ackert. 

Issue (Ackert) : 

2263 William S., b. Dec. 18, 1866, an M.D. 

1641 PRISCILLA, daughter of (625) Henry and Sarah 
Ann (Crapser) Frost, b. Jan. 31, lor*2, d. March 16, 1865; 
m. Andrew Sitzer. 

Issue (Sitzer) : 

2254 Jennie Dean, who was brought up by her grand- 
mother Priscilla, and known as Jennie Dean 
Frost. She was b. Rock City, N. Y., March, 
1865, d. Hyde Park, N. Y., May 21, 1906; m. 
Aug. 19, 1882, at Pleasant Valley, N. Y. 
George O., son of James O. Trowbridge, b. New 
Fairfield, Conn., April 11, 1856. He was a 
member of Trinity Church at Poughkeepsie, 
N. Y. No issue. 

1542 GERALDINE, son of (625) Henry and Sarah Ann 
(Crapser) Frost, b. Feb. 13, 1850, d. Feb. 7, 1907; m. Julius, 
b. Nov. 10, 1847, living Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 1910, son of 
James and Helen E. (Cramer) Comwell. 

Issue (Comwell) : 

2265 Mina, b. Aug. 31, 1868; m. Deyo Bennett. Live 

Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

2266 Frances, b. March 4, 1872 ; m. W. Elvington, b. 

Oct. 14, 1865, son of Hiram and Jane (Van 
Cott) Leak. Farmer, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

1647 WILLIAM J., son of (626) Jacob and Malinda (Tra- 
ver) Frost, b. June 6, 1867 ; m. Oct. 9, 1887, Christina, b. Feb. 
12, 1870, daughter of William and Rosela (Tenrilligcr) Scree- 
der. Livct Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 



£54 This Fbo»t Gknealoov 

luue: 

2257 Ethel C, b. Oct. 27, 1888. 

2258 William J., b. June 29, 1890, d. March 16, 1898. 

2259 Violet M., b. May 18, 1892. 

1549 EMMA, daughter of Thomas and (629) Elsie Ann 
(FroBt) Cahoon, d. April 18, 1880, age 34 jr». 2 mo». 18 day»; 
m. Jan. 14, 1864, John L. Sprj. 

Icrae (Spry) : 

2260 Sanford E., b. Oct. 25, 1864. Fanner, Chester- 

town, Md. 

2261 Harry H., b. Oct, 26, 1866. Miller near Crump- 

ton, Md. 

2262 John B., b. Aug. 2, 1868 ; m. Oct. 30, 1909, Belle 

Pippen. 

2263 Annie, b. Feb. 28, 1874, lives on home farm, 

Chestertown, Md. 

1553 MARY E., daughter of Thomas and (629) Elsie Ann 
(Frost) Cahoon, b. Jan. 15, 1856; m. Sept. 3, 1881, John L. 
Spry, husband of her dec. sister, Emma, b. July 24, 1831, d. 
March 16, 1903, Lived ChcHtcrtown, Md. 

Isfue (Spry): 

2264 Helen Rebecca, b. June 8, 1882; m. Feb. 25, 

1903, Joseph E. Baxter, fanner, living near 
Church Hill, Md. 

2265 Eva, b. Nov. 30, 1885; m. Dec. 18, 1909, J. Mil- 

ton Hunter, farmer, living near Hayden, Md. 

2266 Samuel Olin, b. Oct. 17, 1889, liven on farm 

Chestertown, Md,, with hi» half-lirothcr, San- 
ford E. 

1.563 JAMES FRANCIS, son of Alanson and (719) Esther 
(Frost) Williams, b. 1831, d. 1892, farmer, also dealer in 
horses and cattle and lived and died two miles east of Bedford 
Village, N. Y.; m. 1855, Mary Miner>'a, b. 1836, daughter of 
William and Mary Minerva (Gibson) Stone, of Parishville, 
N. Y. 

Issoe (Williams) : 

2267 James Francis, b. 1856, school teacher, living S. 
Nonralk, Conn.; m. 1884, Clara Barrett, b. 



Si'.VKNTK (Jl'.NKRATION 255 

1856. Issue: Fred Barrett, b. 1885; James 
Francis, b. 1886; Harrj St. John, b. 1888, an 
M.D. ; Mary Gibson, b. 1891 ; Carlos Frost, b. 
1894. 

««68 Esther Minerva, b. 1859, (1. 1891; m. 1886, 
George W. Bedell, b, 1854. Issue: Mary 
Edna, b. 1887, d. 1889; Frances Vilctte, b. 
1889; George Harold, b. 1890; Lillian Ruth, 
b. 1891. All living Mt. Kisco, N. Y., 1910. 
George W. Bedell at time of m. a farmer, Bed- 
ford, N. Y., but later moved to Va., as man- 
ager of a large plantation and was there 1910. 
He m., 2nd, Nettie Wolcott but left children by 
his first wife with their grandmother Williams. 

8269 Harriett A., b. 1862; m. 1883, Harry C. Requa, 
b. 1861, d. 1891. Issue: Harry Merrill, b. 
1884, m. 1905 Bertha J. Miller. Banker, N. Y. 
City; Samuel Irwin, b. 1887, bookkeeper; Mary 
Frances, b. 1889; Willard Fisk, b. 1890, elec- 
trician ; James Williams, engineer, b. 1891. 
Lives White Plains, N. Y. 

2270 Lillian E., b. 1863; m. 1885, Charles E. Iloyt, b. 

1855. Issue: Julia Carrie Minerva, b. 1897. 
Live Mt. Kisco, N. Y. 

2271 Annie Jane, b. 1865; m. 1887, Bertram Fancher, 

b. 1865. Issue: George Carlton, b. 1893. 
Bertram Fancher is Vice-President Fifth Ave. 
Bank, N. Y. City. Lives White Plains, N. Y. 

2272 Fred Alanson, b, 1866, hook kcf per, Fifth Ave. 

Bank, N, Y, City, liv.-H Whifr PlainH, N, Y, ; m. 
1H9I, Susan E. Clark of lUdfonl, N. Y., b. 
1870. Issue: Mary Elizabeth, b. 1895; John 
Francis, b. 1898; Lucy Clark, b. 1900; Katha- 
rine Mead, b. 1904, 

2273 Phebe Frost, b. 1868; m. 1889, Palmer Henry 

Lewis, b. 1868, an electrician, living Katonah, 
N. Y. Issue: Wm. Henry, b. 1891, d. 1893; 
Palmer Hope, b. 1892. 

2274 ViletU Butler, b. 1870, living Mt Kisco, N. Y. 

2275 Wm. Darius, b. 1873; in. 1902, Elizabeth C. 



256 The Faosx Genealogy 

Rankin, b. 1880, living Bedford, N. Y., a 
farmer. 

1669 JOHN S., son of (720) John S., and Eliza (Fowler) 
Frost, b. March 21, 1830, d. Somers, N. Y., Sept. 30, 1856; m. 
Dec. 19, 1855, Rhoda Ann, b. Oct. 30, 1837, d. June 13, 1881, 
buried Katonah, N. Y. (in cemetery done away with by N. Y. 
Water Board), daughter of Ezra, and Clorinda (Merritt) 
Washburn. 

Issue: 

2276 Georgiana, b. Dec. 20, 1856, d. Oct. 2, 1892; m. 

Sept. 22, 1875, Theodore A. Thorn, b. Dec. 26, 
1846. Issue: Elbert Todd, b. Aug. 26, 1876, 
who was injured on S. S. Oljrmpia and is now 
in the Sailors' Home, in Washington, D. C. 
Rhoda A., widow of John S., m., 2nd, Elbert Todd and wa» 
buried in the cemetery above. 

1/J72 J. roWLIWl, won of (720) John H. nnt\ VA'im (Fow- 
ler) Frost, b. April 13, 1823, d, N, Salem, N. Y,, buried Som- 
ers, N. Y., 1889; m. May 28, 1861, Julia Elizabeth, b. April 
8, 1852, daughter of Solomon and Sally Ann (Ganung) Field, 
of N. Salem, N. Y, 

Issue : 

2277 Oriando F., b. 1864, d. 1895; m. and had two 

daughters, who were living in Brooklyn, N. Y., 
1910, named Anna and Marguerite. 

1577 ABIGAIL JANE, daughter of (727) Isaac PeU and 
Hannah (Putney) Frost, b. Croton Lake, N. Y., Dec. 6, 1832, 
d. Feb. 23, 1906; m. Dec. 2, 1857, James Carpenter, b. Aug. 
8, 1835, living with daughter in Peekskill, N. Y., 1911, son of 
Silas and Deborah (Loder) Gregory. 

Issue (Gregory) : 

2278 Gertrude C, b. Nov. 3, 1864 ; m. A. G. Clements^ 

of PeekskiU, N. Y. 

1594 FRANCENA, daughter of James H., and (769) 
Hannah M. (Frost) Mott, b. April 6, 1843, d. March 10, 1911, 
in Minneapolis, Minn., buried Oaklawn Cem. ; m. March 2, I860,, 
•t Moreau, N. Y., Rev. Wm. Penn AngelL 



Seventh Generation 257 

Issue (Angell) : 

2279 Robert Hollister, b. Greenfield, N. Y., Jan. 16, 

1866; m. Feb. 11, 1904, at Aberdeen, S. D., 
Mildred Sloan. Issue: Richard Sloan, b. April 
3, 1905; John Hollister, b. March 27, 1907; 
Judith, b. Dec. 29, 1908. 

2280 Edward Mott, b. Moreau, N. Y., Jan. 6, 1868, 

unm. Lawyer, Glens Falls, N. Y. 

2281 William Arthur, b. Moreau, N. Y., March 6, 

1870; m. Julj 22, 1896, at Minneapolis, Minn., 
Jessie Langdon. Issue: Elizabeth Francena, 
b. May 4, 1897 ; Isabel, b. Feb. 17, 1901 ; Wil- 
liam Langdon, b. April 27, 1906. 

2282 Marietta, b. Moreau, N. Y., Jan. 28, 1872; m. 

July 24, 1901, Benj. D. Glascock and resides 
Muncie, Ind. 
2289 Annnbel, b, Moreau, N, Y,, June fi, 1876; m. 
May 16, 1906, at N^w Cft*ll<?, Ind,, Arthur 
(!iMiiii(i(^l(Mi, Ihnuc; I'mncfna Miiry, h, Jan. 
19, 1908. Live Delano, Minn., where he is 
cashier of a bank. 

1696 SARAH MATILDA, daughter of James H. and 
(769) Hannah M. (Frost) Mott, b, March 16, 1841; m. July 
4, 1864, Henry Chamberlain. 

Issue (Chamberlain) : 

2284 Jane, b. March 12, 1865; m. June 12, 1895, 

William Wesley Betts. Live Saratoga Co., 

N. Y. 
2286 G, Louisa, b. Aug. 8, 1866; m, Dec. 12, 1883, 

Walter L. Brooks. Issue: Anna M. ; Thomas 

Lee. Reside Battle Creek, Mich. 

2286 Nina L., b. Aug. 16, 1868. Teeacher in N. Y. 

City. 

1697 ELIZABETH AMELIA, daughter of James H. and 
(769) Hannah M. (Frost) Mott, b. Feb. 12, 1849, d. May 28, 
1904, buried Puyallup, Wash.; m. Aug. 4, 1875, near Battle 
Creek, Mich., Charles M. Richards. 

Issue (Richards) : 

2287 Clayton, b. Augusta, Mich, May 22, 1876. 



JU>8 The Frost Genealogv 

«288 George Leon, b. Woodland, Cal, Jan. 5, 1881. 
Both live in or near Tacoma, Wash. 

1698 JAMES IIOLLISTEIl, son of James H. and (759) 
Hannah M. (Frost) Mott, b. June 9, 1858; m. Sept. 14, 1884, 
at Augusta, Mich., Mary VanSickler. Live Battle Creek, 
Mich. 

Issue (Mott): 

2289 Jnmcs Guy, b. Oct. 6, 1885. 

2290 Harry Loder, b. Aug. 24, 1887. 

2291 Alice Matilda, b. Sept. 28, 1892. 

2292 Harlan Stuart, b. May 2, 1898. 

2293 Elizabeth, b. Jan, 18, 1909. 
S29i Uuth, b. March 10, 1905. 

1699 EMEIJE D., daughter of John L. and (761) Phebe 
Elizabeth (Frost) Cock, m. 1867, James L. Wheeler. Lives 
Battle Creek, Mich. 

Issue (Whcclcr) : 

2295 John Theodore; m. Kate HenderNon. 

2296 Gertrude Elizabeth; m. Jnmes Davidson Muir. 

1603 HENlUiriTA K., daughter of Josjah C. and (766) 
Mary A. (Frost) IKvier, b. June 90, 1864; m, July 24, 1881, 
•t Augusta, Mich., Edward, b. Feb. 4, 1859, son of John and 
Lucinda (Phelps) Dole. 

Issue (Dole) : 

2297 Clinton H., b. June 10, 1882; m. Sept. 11, 1906, 

ot Galtsburg, Mich., Alma L., b. Jon. 16, 1889, 
daughter of Wrn. Henry nni\ Arvilla (Hire) 
Eaton. Issue: Wm. I'-dward, b. July 5, 1909. 

2298 Ella Myrtle, b. June 19, 1884; m. June 14, 1902, 

George E., b. June 22, 1880, son of Darwin 
J. and Mary Ann (McDermott) McKay. 

1608 GRACE EDITH, daughter of Josiah C. and (766) 
Mary A. (Frost) Bevier, b. Dec. 21, 1875; m. Dec. 29, 1894, 
at Richland, Mich, Francis Wayland, b. June 22, 1862, son of 
James Wallace and Amelia (Hubbard) Parkhunt. 

Iisue (Parkhurst) : 

Jt299 Harry Berier, b. Marshall, Mich., Oct. 80, 1895. 



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2300 Zelma Amelia, b. Dec. 30, 1898, at Augusta, 

Mich. 

1611 GEOIIGI-: J,, Kon of Lafayette and (767) HcnrietU 
(Frost) Hume, b. Jan. 19, 18G.3, farmer, Lansing, Mich.; m. 
Oct, 26, 1890, at Walla Walla, Wash., Nettie, b. Aug. 27, 1868, 
daughter of James P. W. and Elizabeth (Aycrs) McCurdy. 

Issue (Hume) : 

2301 Katherine Agnes, b. April 13, 1896. 

1613 EDGAR F., son of Lafayette and (767) Henrietta 
(Frost) Hume, b, Feb. 13, 1868, fanner at Milrn, WaMh. ; m. 
Walla Walla, Wash., 1892, Alberta, b. 1870, daughter of Wil- 
liam and Mary (I'urtriflge) Iloyal, 

Issue (Hume) : 

2302 Ernest, b. July 4, 1893; (2303) Jumes, b. March 

1, 1895; (2304) John, b. Feb. 16, 1897; 
(2305) Lafayette, b. Jan. 6, 1899; (2306) 
Alice M. H., b, 1903; (2307) George, b. Nov. 
80, 1906, 

Hia/J ALUKirr K., son of (776) Henry H«wig and Julia 
A. (Wilcox) Frost, b. near HotncrK.^, N. Y,, June 29, 1844; 
m, March 10, 1869, Illi/alxlh H., b. Lorkjmrt, N. Y., April 9, 
1849, daughter of Levi Hoag and Mary M, (Crane) At- 
water. Albert remained at home until of age, then at 22 years 
went to his grandfather's to take charge of the old home- 
stead for a share of the proceeds and lived there thirty-eight 
years, During that time his grand parents and his iinolc, who 
had the place affer them, had f)aN«ed away and the place having 
been sold, he purchased a small farm at Somerset ('orner, where 
he still rcsi<lcs, His wife sjient two years at the Friends* 
Boarding School at Westown, Pa., after which she taught two 
years. Doth joined the M. E. C:hurch at Somerset in the spring 
of 1878 and both have held official positions in the church ever 
•inee. 
iMue : 

S908 Wilfred Albert, b. July 2, 1871 ; m. March 17. 
1897, Josephine Maria, daughter of Sylvanu« 
Theron and Hannah M. (Pease) Dobbs. Is- 
sue: Clifford Elmore, b. Dec. 28, 1899; Lillian 



960 The Fhost Genealooy 

Grace, b. May 28, 1902; Hannah Elizabeth, b.. 
May 25, 1905. Wilfred A. attended school at 
Wilson and N. Tonawanda, N. Y., then became 
a farmer. lie holds an official position on the 
Board of the M. E, Church. 

1509 Hrriry Ho/i«, b. Jan. U, 1874; m. 1901, Mary 
Alice, dftii^liter of William T. and Hannah 
(TowHhy) Tuttle, of Leaf llivcr, III. Henry 
joined the M. E. Church at Somerset, N. Y,, 
early in life. He sprnt 1H91-2 in Lockport, 
N. y., Hif^h Hchool, and (lion taught for some 
time in his home diNlrirt, flfwilly vnt<'r'\n^ the 
preparatory school at flie Nnrtliw«stern Tlnl- 
vrrsity, working Ms way and ^radiiafinj^ froffl 
tlx-re AS local pn'acluT, He served the l^eo, 
III., M. E. Church 1900-1. He was principal 
of the Gcneseo, III., High School for three 
years in connection with being pastor of the 
('oniwall, III,, (!ong, Chtirch for two yearn. 
Tln'n he lu'catiie City Siijx'rintcndcnt of HcIkioIm 
of GencHco, after which the Northwestern Univ. 
sent him to Onarga, 111., as President of the 
Seminary of the M. E. Church and he Is still 
residing there. Issue: Wilfred Tuttle, b. Aug, 
25, 1905; Henry Hoag, b. Oct. 3, 1907; Ar- 
thur Atwater, b. Aug. 5, 1909. 

£810 Anna Hoag, b. July 19, 1877, unm., living with 
sister Grace in Valdcz, Alaska, 1910. 

«S11 Mary Julia, b. March 22, 1870; m. March 4, 
1890, Jay Liberty, farmer and fruit grower, 
Somerset, N. Y., son of James Addison and 
Harriet J. (Branch) Dickinson. Issue: Bertha 
Clara, b. Dec. 4, 1890; Raymond Albert, b. 
Aug. 13, 1892; Dorothy Esther, b. Oct. 27, 
1895. 

«S1« Grace M., b. Dec. 11, 1880; m. Dec. 11, 1906, 
Voloms Alderman, son of Alderman Butts and 
Jenny (Eraser) Paine of Saginaw City, Mich- 
Reside Valdez, Alaska. She is a graduate from 
Lima Seminary, N. Y., after which she taught 
school at Geneseo and Onarga, HI. Soon after 




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m. moved to Alaska, where he is Deputy Clerk 
of the Court. 

2313 Nellie A., b. Sept. 23, 1887, d. June 6, 1889. 
1626 SARAH ANN, daughter of (776) Henry H. and 

Julia A, (Wilcox) FroHt, b, April 20, 1H47; m, Feb. 2, 1809, 
Anson H., son of Johnson and Rachel (Peace) Aldrich, b. 
June 10, 1841. Agt. for Tea Co., at N. Tonawanda, N. Y. 
Ifiue (Aldrich) : 

2314 Harry J., b. March 18, 1870, bookkeeper Fidelity 

Trust Co., Buffalo, N. Y. ; m. Sept. 26, 1893, 
Ruby, b. Nov. .SO, 1871, daughter of Joshua 
H. and Ruby (Williams) Booth. Issue: Harry 
Duanc, b. April 10, 1895; Ruby Ellen, b. Oct. 
2, 1902; Julia Frost, b. Sept. 20, 1905. 

2315 George M., b. Aug. 28, 1874; m. Nov. 3, 1909, 

Ida, daughter of Francis N. and Anna G. (Os- 
trandcr) Coe. He is teller of the Fidelity 
Trust Co., Buffalo, N. Y. 

2316 Frank Jay, b. June 4, 1878, lumber merchant, 

N. Tonawanda, N. Y. ; m. May 29, 1900, Hen- 
rietta, daughter of Ira M. and Mary (Murphy) 
Rose. Issue: Ethel Rose, b. Oct. 8, 1903. 

2317 Homer Anson, b. June 9, 1880, d. Aug. 26, 

1909; m. Gertrude, daughter of Wm. Jefferson 
and Sophia (Bchrcns) Sommer, b. 1880, m. 
June 16, 1904. Issue: Homer E., b. April 6, 
1905; Ruth, b. Aug. 12, 1906; a son, b. July 
25, 1909, unnamed Feb., 1911. 

2318 Anna Stella, b. Jan. 23, 1HK6, music supervisor, 

living N. Tonawnndix, N. Y. 

1627 FRANCES EMILY, daughter of (776) Henry H. 
and Julia A. (Wilcox) Frost, b. May 25, 1849; m. Oct. 21, 
1876, George B. Hood. 

Issue (Hood) : 

2319 Julia A., b. Somerset, N. Y., Dec. 11, 1876; m. 

June 28, 1899, Lester C. Lum of Barker, 
N. Y. Issue : Caroline J., b. Sept. 16, 1906. 

2320 Josephine M., b. Dec. 2, 1878. 

2821 Glenn Frost, b. Jan. 16, 1881 ; m. Sept. 7, 1904, 
Jessie B. Bateman, of Somerset, N. Y., who d. 



262 The Fbost Genealogy 

Sept. 16, 1907, Icuving one child, Maxwell 
Bateman, b. Aug. 3, 1907. He ra., 2nd, Nov. 
9, 1910, Lillian A. Dobbs, of Somerset, N. Y. 

2322 Inez L., b. May 26, 1883. 

2323 Mabel A., b. April 27, 1885. 

2324 George H., b. Oct. 16, 1887. 

2325 Emma A., b. Sept. 9, 1889. 

2326 Caroline F., b. Jan. 4, 1892. 

1628 SOLOMON WILCOX, son of (776) Henry H, and 
Julia A. (Wilcox) Frost, b. Somerset, N. Y., Nov. 5, 1858; 
m. Nov. 5, 1879, at Yates, N. Y., Hannah E., b. Two Rivers, 
Wis., Oct. 15, 1862, daughter of Daniel H. and Mercy C. 
(Treat) Mead. He received his early education in the village 
of Somerset, N. Y., finisliing the same in Buffalo, N. Y. Be- 
sides successfully conducting a fine department store he has held 
many political offices and places of trust, has been Notary Pub- 
lic for many years and docs much of the conveyancing in the 
vicinity of his hofrif. He i»i a member of the Pres, Ch. and hai 
been one of its oflircrs for many year*. 

iMue: 

2327 Henry Mead, b. April 16, 1886, a senior at Cor- 

nell. 

2328 Benjamin Harrison, b. Oct. 21, 1888, a student 

at Lockport Union High School. 

1629 SOLOMON FROST, son of John E. and (778) 
Sarah H. (Frost) Cushmnn, lived Los Angeles, Cal. He wa« 
a fanner for forty years, then traveling salesman. Bom Oct. 
9, 1945, d. July 28, 1003; m. May 21, 1879, Minerva, daughter 
of Moses and Elizabeth (Hoag) Brownell, of Pittstown, N. Y. 

Issue (Cushman) : 

2329 Clara Elizabeth, teacher High School, Los An- 

geles, Cal., b. April 8, 1880. 

2330 Bertha Brownell, bookkeeper, Los Angeles, b. 

Aug. 2, 1885. 

2331 Marion Brownell, b. March 20, 1888, student, 

1911, Occidental College. 

1630 HENRY FROST, son of John E. and (778) Sarah 
H. (Frost) Cushman, b. Aug. 26, 1860; m. Dee. 9, 1887, Lena 



Seventh Generation 26S 

Imogene, b. May 22, 1861, d. Feb. 21, 1908, daughter of Wal- 
lace and Charity D. Mandaville. He is a bookkeeper, Lock- 
port, N. Y. 

Issue (Cushman) : 

2332 Roy Mandaville, b. Oct. 20, 1888. 

2333 Charlotte Lillian, b. Nov. 20, 1893. 

2334 John Ellsworth, b. Sept. 13, 1895. 

2335 Lawrence Wallace, b. Jan. 1, 1901. 

Henry frost, m., 2nd, Sept. 4, 1909, Mrs. Effie Nellis of 
Rochester, N. Y,, b. Feb. 20, 1870, -daughter of James and 
Eliza Nellis. 

1631 FRANK A., son of Andrew and (780) Amy (Frost) 
Hamblin, b, Wilson, N. Y., Feb. 7, 1850, Deputy Collector 
United States Customs, Port Huron, Mich. ; m. July 4, 1871, 
in Somerset, N. Y., Ida M., b. March 26, 1850, d. Aug. 12, 
1898, daughter of James B. and Betsey Hoffman. 
iHUe (Hamblin) (Hfimlin): 

Hane Andnw J,, b, WilMori, N, Y„ July 21, 1H72, liven 
Port Huron, Mich.; m. June 29, 1901, (Irace, 
b. Dcs Moines, la., Dec. 3, 1877, rl/iugliter of 
Henry and Anna Cunningham. Issue: Grace, 
b. June 24, 1901 ; Ruth, b. Sept. 26, 1906. 

2337 Jessie E., b. March 24, 1874; m. Oct. 26, 1901, 

John L., son of Charles and Jane Mills. Re- 
sides Port Huron, Mich. 

2338 Arthur N., b. Somerset, N. Y., Sept. 23, 1876, 

lives Port Huron, Mich., letter carrier; m. July 
16, 1899, Mary, b. Sept. 15, 1880, daughter of 
Dennis and Mary Jones. Issue: Leroy, b. Apr. 
18, 1900; Mary, b. Aug. 18, 1901; Ouineth, 
b. Nov. 5, 1903. 

2339 Edith A., b. Aug. 23, 1878. 

2340 Ernest E., b. Nov. 12, 1880, at Lyndonville, N. 

Y. ; resides Detroit, Mich,, printer. 

2341 Henry L., b, Lyndonville, N. Y., Aug, 24, 1883, 

resides Detroit. 

2342 Winnefrcd, b. Lakeport, Mich., July 24, 1885; 

m. Sept. 7, 1905, Walter, b. March 4, 1879, 
•on of Alex, and Anna Stone. Letter carrier, 
St. aair, Mich. 



S64 The Frost Genealoot 

2343 Mildred, b. Nov, 27, 1888, at Blaine, Mich., re- 
sides Port Huron. 

Frank A. m., 2nd, Nov. 6, 1901, Minnie A., b. April 14, 
1865, daughter of Hugh and Eliza Crockard, of St. Clair, 
Mich. 

1633 WILLIAM H., son of Andrew and (780) Amy 
(Front) Ilumhiin, b. March 6, 1860; m, Aug, 8, 1884, at Wil- 
son, N. Y., Cannie M., b. WiUon, N. Y., Feb, 23, 1864, d, there 
April 27, 1891, daughter of HarriHon H. and Kiizabeth Wright. 

Issue (Hamblin) : 

2344 Lee Wright, b, Wilson, N. Y., March 14, 1891. 
William H. m., 2nd, April 13, 1892, at Maccdon Center, 

N. Y., Matic II., daughter of Reuben and Jane T. Ilecvc*. 
Issue (Hamblin) : 

2345 Am J, b. Wilson, N. Y., Dec. 5, 1893. 

1652 CHARLES N., son of Nathan and (804) Mary S. 
M. (Frost) Arnold, b. June 8, 1838; m. Oct. 12, 1869, Caro- 
line, who d. June 14, 1911, daughter of Howland R., b. Sept. 
22, 1805, and Caroline, b. 1813, d. 1896 (Innis) Sherman. 
Charles N. Arnold was educated in the public schools and 
Dutchess County Academy, which he left in 1854 to lake a po- 
sition with his grandfather, David Arnold, and uncle, William 
C. Arnold, in the lumber business, and to-day is in the same 
location and vocation on N. Water Street, Poughkcepsie, N. 
Y., also selling grain, hay and poultry supplies. He was a 
member of the Board of Education from 1873 to 1883; super- 
visor of Dutchess County; Trustee of Vassar Bros. Institute; 
Trustee of Vassar Bros. Home for Aged Men ; Trustee of 
Poughkeepsic Rural Cemetery; President of Merchants' Na- 
tional Bank; Mt-mber of Fire Department since 18/50 and 
Mayor of I'oiJg!ik«ri>»ie, during 1890 fl. 

The Arnoldn were first represented in Dutchess County by 
'David and Benjamin, who came 'there from Rhode Island in 
1810, and established a cotton manufactory, built on Baycaux 
Street, which is still standing. 
Issue (Arnold) : 

2346 Frederick Sherman, b. May 21, 1871; m. Sept. 
4, 1906, Sarah Alida Good, b. Oct. 24, 1887. 
Graduate of Harvard and Rector of Protestant 
Episcopal Church at Brandon, Vt. 



Seventh Genehation 265 

«347 Katharine Innis, b. Feb. 9, 1874. Graduate of 
Vassar. 

1663 JANE, daughter of Nathan and (804) Mary S. M. 
(Fro8t) Arnold, b. Feb. 12, 1837; m. June 10, 1858, George 
M., son of Charles M, and Maria (Underbill) Olcott, import- 
ing druggist of New York City, lie was born and lived in 
Brooklyn, N. Y., until 1894, then moved to llidgcfield. Conn. 
Issue (Olcott) : 

«348 Cornelia A., b, March 28, 1859; m. Dec. 22, 
1886, J. Arthur Booth, graduate of the Col- 
lege of Physicians and Surgeons of New York 
City, 18H2. A. M. A,; Atn, Neurol; Academy 
Medicine; N. Y. Neurol.; Consulting, Neurol. 
French, Manhattan Eye and Ear and Throat, 
N. Y. City, Perth Amboy and Englewood, N. 
J., Hospitals. Issue: Arthur O., Julian Waldo, 
Eric, Helen M., Janet. 
«349 Mary L. B., b. June 24, 1864. 
8360 George N., b. Sept. 19, 1869; m. July 19, 1902, 
Zita Ledderucci, of Rome, Italy. Lives New 
York in the winter and Rome in the summer. 
Issue: Bianca A. M. L. University Prof. A. 
B.; Col., 1893, fellow 1894-6, 1896-7, Ph.D. 
1899; fellow Am. School Classical Studies, 
Rome, 1897-8; Lecturer Roman Archa:ology 
1898-1904; Asst. in Latin 1901-4, Prof, since 
1905; Col. Editorial contrib. on numismatics; 
Am. Journal Arch,, 1898-1905. Author of 
Studicx in Word-formations of the Latin In- 
scriptions, niul others. 

1656 ARTHUR LOCKWOOD, son of (805) Charics and 
Amelia H, (Merritt) Frost, b. Jan. 22, 1846, lives Pough- 
kccpsic, N. v.; m. June 16, 1876, Ella, b. Sept. 24, 1849, 
daughter of Lothrop P. and EUctte (Cole) Stafford, and 
adopted daughter of Samuel C. and Eliza (Adee) Pearsall. 
Issue: 

2351 Lelia Eastman, b. May 10, 1884, d. May 10, 
1884. 



266 The Fbost Genealogy 

jeS52 Florence White, b. March 5, 1886; m. June 6,. 
1909, Francis Joseph, b. Oct. 1, 1881, son of 
Gustavus \Vm. and Augusta A. Nagel, of El- 
mira, N. Y. Live New York City. 

2353 Anita Merritt, b. April 27, 1887; m. Aug. 21, 

1907, Ralph Davidson, b. June 15, 1887, soa 
of Dr. John Thomas and Alice (Davidson) 
Hombrook of Dyersburg, Tenn. Live New 
York City. 

2354 Charles Pearsall, b. June 27, 1892. 

1660 LOUISA, daughter of (805) Charles and Amelia H. 
(Merritt) Frost, b. Sept. 8, 1860, d. Jan. 30, 1896; m. Sept, 
29, 1880, Bevier Southwick, b. Jan. 12, 1861, son of John A. 
and Cornelia (Southwick) Baylcy. Lived Poughkecpsie, N. Y. 
Shoe manufacturer, and at one time resided Atlanta, Ga. 

Issue (Bayley) : 

2355 Adclc Front, b. July 4, 1888, lives Mason, Mich. 

2356 John Austin, b, Nov. 24, 1881. Tel. manager, 

Geneva, N. Y. 

1664 ANITA, daughter of Daniel and (807) Phcbe C. 
(Frost) Merritt; m. Phihp Wilson, b. Jan. 31, 1856, son of 
Wm. M. and Margaret D. (Pells) Pitcher. Margaret D. PelU 
was daughter of Marquis Lafayette and Jane Maria Pells. 
Anita and Philip arc miKsionaries, residing in Amoy, China, sent 
there by Board of Foreign Missions of the Ilefomicd Church 
in America, formerly known as the Dutch Reformed. 

Issue (Pitcher) : 

2356 Marguerite, b. Jan. 30, 1887, living Amoy, 

('liina, 

2357 Albert Merritt, b. Dec. 9, 1889, student Swarth- 

rnore College, 1910. 

1675 HKNRY F,, ton of Bamucl II. and (819) Anna W. 
(Frost) Clapp, b, July 4, 1852; m. Sept. 14, 1880, Isabel 8., 
daughter of Nat'l B., b. July 27, 1825, d. July 22, 1900, and 
Anna Eliza, b. July 20, 1834, d. 1907, (Haff) Reevei. Lired 
Brooklyn, N. V. 

Ifsuc (Clapp): 

2358 Alma Belle, b. Jan. 1, 1868; (2809) Ethel C, b. 



Seventh Generation ■ 267 

July 5, 1886; (2360) Helen A., b. Dec 22» 
1891; (2361) Henrj S., b. Dec. 10, 1893. 

1689 GEORGE W., son of (840) Stephen G. and Eliza- 
beth (Fairchild) Frost, b. Heart Prairie, Wis., April 16, 1850; 
m. Elk Horn, Wis., Dec. 31, 1876, Lucy E., who d. Santa Cruz, 
Cal., March 29, 1887, daughter of Wm. H., d. Cloverdale, Cal., 
1888, and Adaline (Fairchild) BeU. 

Issue : 

2362 Dora Belle, b. Harlan, la., Dec. 4, 1880 ; m. July 

26, 1905, George C. McMillan. Issue: Har- 
riett B., b. 1907. 

2363 Florence, b. Cloverdale, Cal., Sept. 12, 1885; m. 

Jan. 23, 1904, at Spokane, Wash., Alfred Mc- 
Millan. Issue: Lucile, b. Tacoma, Wash., Sept. 
17, 1905. 

George W. m., 2nd, Aug. 23, 1888, at Cloverdale, Cal., Susie 
Myers, b. Minn., Feb. 22, 1859. 

Issue: 

2364 Ella Susie, b. Cloverdale, Cal., Sept. 9, 1889. 

2365 May E., b. Spokane, Wash., May 1, 1892. 

2366 Nanon Alida, b. Spokane, Wash., April 2, 1894. 
Stephen G. and the above children all living with George W. 

in Spokane, Wash., 1911. 

1703 HELEN NORTH, daughter of (859) Joseph G. and 
Rebecca C. (North) Frost, b. June 15, 1869; m. Oct. 9, 1896, 
John Kelscy, son of Horace and Harriet Jane (Kclscy) Sague. 
John K. is the present Mayor of Poughkccpsic, N. Y. 

Issue (Sugtic) : 

2307 Katherinc North, b, Sept. 23, 1897. 

1704 MINA LOUISE, daughter of (859) Joseph O. and 
Rebecca C. (North) Frost, b. June 8, 1873; m. Jan. 8, 1901, 
Frederick James, b. Utica, N. Y., Oct. 13, 1870, son of James 
Ford and Emma Louisa (ObcrteufTcr) Mann. He U an eye and 
•ar specialist, residing Poughkecpsie, N. Y. 

Issue (Mann) : 

«368 Eleanor North, b. Nov. 2, 1901. 
Xd60 Julia Duhring, b. Dec. 12, 1008. 



S168 The Fhost Genealogy 

1710 SARAH LUELLA, daughter of (863) Jesse Mekeel 
and Huldah E. (Alice) Frost, b. May 23, 1854; m. April 4, 
1877, Allen, b. Aug. 27, 1849, son of Giles and Lucretia 
(Cranson) Landon of Venice, N. Y. Live Ledyard, N. Y. 
Issue (Landon) : 

«370 Olive FroHt, b. Jan. 4, 1879; m. Sept. 26, 1900, 
Roy Shaw, b. Feb. 16, 1877, son of Joseph and 
Sarah Jane (Shaw) Holland. Issue: Mary E., 
b. Jan. 12, 1902; Mildred L, b. Jan. 7, 1907; 
Ruth Landon, b. Dec. 31, 1908. 

2371 Mary Estclle, b. Jan. 12, 1879. 

2372 Arthur Allen, b. Aug. 25, 1884; m. Nov. 1, 

1905, Edna C, b. Dec. 12, 1884, daughter of 
William and Loretta (Thayer) Shaffer. Live 
King Ferry, Genoa, N. Y. 

2373 Lcland Horace, b. Nov. 5, 1893. 

1714 DANIEL OTIS, son of Roswcll and (865) Mary 
(Frost) Barto, b. March 20, 1852; m., l«t, Lola Dewey. No 
issue; m., 2nd, Lucy Murry. 

Issue (Rarto) : 

2374 Harriett; (2376) Margaret. 

1715 EDMUND C, son o{ Roswell nnd (865) (Mary 
(Frodt) Rarto, b. Srneca County, N. Y., July 10, 1855; ril. 
Aug, 22, 1HH3, i:il/,rib«'fh, b. lilmca, N. V,, Dec. 23, 1857, 
dftughfir of IMiilip and Kllzabeih (Kitchen) Stephen*. Bo- 
sides Cliaiiip/iigri, III, 

Issue (Rarto) : 

2.376 Phillip Stevens, b. Oct. 10, 1884. 

1716 THOMAS F„ son o{ Roswell and (865) Mary 
(Fro»t) R,irto, b. July 80, 1857; m. 1880, Nora Strowbrldge. 

Issue (Rarto) : 

2377 Harry, b, March 5, 1883; m. Sept., 1905, Cath- 
erine Nugent. 
2878 Mabel, b. 1885. 

1720 ISADORE C, daughter of William L. and (866) 
Prclovc (Frost) Leggett, b. Nov. 8, 1862; m. George W., b. 
June 28, 1858, son of Joseph A. and Jane (Baker) Stafford. 
Live Chicago, III. 



Seventh Generation 269 

Issue (Stafford) : 

2379 George E., b. March 26, 1886. 
+2380 Gertrude Frelove, b. Feb. 3, 1888. 
2381 Helen Isadore, b. April 26, 1893, d. 9 years. 

1722 CALEB C, son of Elnathan and (867) Lydia (Car- 
man) Wixom, b. April 6, 1838, d. Dec. 20, 1902; m. Oct. 14, 
1863, Lydia II., b. Sept. 12, 1833, d. July 1, 1868, daughter of 
Wm. Savory and Betsey (Cass) Lapham. 
Issue (Wixom) : 

+2382 William L. 
+2383 Elnathan P. 
Caleb C. m., 2nd, March 10, 1870, (1736) Catherine W., b. 
Aug, 27, 1847, d. May 19, 1904, daughter of (874) Thomas 
and Margaret (Williams) Carman. Thomas Carman was son 
of Wm. and (276) Phcbe (Frost) Carman. 
Issue (Wixom) : 
+2384 Esther W. 
2386 Thomas C, b. Feb. 21, 1876, d. Oct. 2, 1876. 
23H6 Elbert C, b. June 6, 1877; m, Aug. 24, 1907» 
Henrietta Scgclbarth. 
+2387 Frank. 

2388 Margaret C, b. Dec. 21, 1883, d. Sept. 22, 1884. 

2389 Lydia J., twin of Margaret C, d. Sept. 14, 1884. 

2390 Marian A., b. May 10, 1886. 

1723 ANNA (!., <laughter of Klnathon and (867) Lydia 
(Carman) Wixom, b. May 10, 1840, d. Nov. 27, 1902; m. Dec. 
5f 1861, Thomas Nash. 

Issue (Nash) : 

2391 Lydia, b. Jan. 24, 1867, d. March 22, 1867. 
2892 Annie F„ b. l).-c. 26, 1870; m. Feb. 19, 1890, 

Charles Bower. Issue: Ilayinond, b. April 6, 
1896; Pauline, b. July 24, 1902; Eleanor E., 
b. Feb. 29, 1908. 
2393 Charies W., b. Sept. 19, 1874 ; m. April 6, 1899, 
Louisa Briggs, Issue: Bertha, b. Sept. 2, 
1901 ( Alice, b. Jan. 7, 1904. 

1724 WILLIAM, son of Elnathan and (873) Martha 
(Carman) Wixom, b. near Mecklenburg, N. Y., Aug. 2, 1846; 



£70 The Feobt Genealoot 

m. Oct. 12, 1867, Rosa, daughter of Clinton Wood, who d. 
1904. 

Issue (Wixom) : 

2394 George, b. Jan. 7, 1869. 

2395 Martha, b. July 1, 1870; m. Jan. 1, 1890, Fred 

H. Stilwell. Issue: George W., Homer, Ber- 
nice. 

2396 Mary, b. Nov. 21, 1871. 

2397 Howard, b. Nov. 1.5, 1878. 

William m., 2nd, Aug. 2, 1906, Mrs. Alice Empson. 

1725 CHARLES, son of Elnathan and (873) Martha 
(Carninn) Wixom, b. Dec, 6, 1817, d. Feb. 11, 1900; m, Dec. 
tt 1874, Mnry Katkamicr of Murrdon, N. Y, 
IndU** (Wixorri) ; 

a.'JDH I»nrl«r i:., b. Oct, 9, lH7rt ; m. Fisher. 

2;J99 Stoplicn I)., b. Aug. 24, 1877. 
2400 Henry U., b. July 3, 1880. 
+2401 Lydia U., b. Fob. 22, 1882; m, Thomas Kclscy. 

1728 JAMES S,, «on of (868) Jacob and Julia (Waters) 
Cannan, a phywician, living Lodi, N. Y., b. Dec. 25, 1856; m. 
Oct. 15, 1885, Jennie L., b. Aug. 28, 1861, daughter of Claud- 
ius C. and Ruth V. (Bennett) Covert. 

Issue (Carman) : 

2402 Glen E., b. May 14, 1888; (2403) Gladys M., 
b. Dec. 10, 1889; (2404) Ruth J., b. March 
23, 1898. 

1729 FREDERIC D., son of (868) Jacob and Julia 
(Waters) Carman, lawyer, Hcrington, Kan., b. N. Y., Jan. 
10, 1858; m. Gay, b. III., Feb. 19, 1872, daughter of Justice 
M. and Lucretia (Boomer) Ncale. He is also Vice-President of 
a bank. The paternal grandparents of Gay Neale were from 
Ireland, otherwise of N. £. stock. 

Issue (Carman) : 

2406 Nealc, b. June 26, 1897; (2406) Julia, b. March 
26, 1899; (2407) Genevieve, b. May 7, 1903. 

1732 MARY SHOVE, daughter of Humphrey D. and 
(869) Freelove (Cannan) Tripp, b. Aug. 29, 1854; m. Oct. 



Seventh Generation 271 

14, 1875, (1741) Henry H., b. Nov. 4, 1852, d. Feb. 1, 1886, 
3on of Richard and Malvina A. (Weyburn) Carman. 
Issue (Carman) : 

2408 Martha W., b. Nov. 13, 1876, lives Ithaca, N. Y. 

2409 Mabel E., b. May 26, 1878, lives Ithaca, N. Y. 

2410 Lucy J., b. April 27, 1880; m. Sept. 14, 1905, 

Veman Byrum. No issue. Lives Trumans- 
burg, N. Y. 

2411 Catharine T., b. Jan. 29, 1882 ; m. July 3, 1900, 

Charles D. Goldsmith. Live Mecklenburg, 
N. Y. Issue: Harold E., b. Nov, 25, 1901; 
Ruth A., b. July 28, 1905. 

2412 John A., b. Nov. 10, 1889, Lives Ithaca, N, Y. 

2415 rUnvm'c C., Ii, April 10, 18H5. Lives Ilh/icft, 

N, Y.; tn. Aug. 1, 1910, Ear! T. Tliornton. 
Mary Shove, m. 2n(l, Alexander V. Stobbs, M,D, Lives 
Ithaca, N, Y. He d. Aug. 3, 1906. 
Issue (Stobb«) : 

2414 Wm. M., b. Jan. 19, 1893; (2415) Donald A., b. 
July 3, 1896. 

1741 HENRY H., son of (875) Richard and Malvina A. 
(Weyburn) Carman. For marriage and issue, see 1732. 

1761 ELEANOR, daughter of (882) Samuel and Mary 
Ann (Van Voorhis) Upton, b. Parma, Mich., May 4, 1848; m. 
there Nov. 16, 1870, Alonzo Roman, b. March 9, 1843, son of 
Josiah, b, N. Y. State, Aug. 20, 1806, d. York, Mich., 1886, 
.and Elizabeth (Clark) Hathaway. Reside, Vassar, Mich. 

Issue (Hathaway): 

2416 Sabra E., b. Tuscola, Mich., Nov. 17, 1876; m. 

Dec. 16, 1896, Burt, b. Tuscola, Mich., May 
3, 1870, son of Francis W. and Elizabeth 
(Bleylock) (b. England) Shaw. Issue: Helen, 
b. Dec. 2, 1897; Howard, b. Feb. 16, 1900; 
Verne R., b, Vassar, Mich,, Feb, 1, 1902; 
Mabel, b. Vassar, March 2, 1904; Hazel, b. 
Vassar, April 20, 1908. The first two children 
b. Tuscola, Mich. 

1758 DANIEL, son of (886) Daniel and Mary E. 



272 The Frost Geneat.ooy 

(Strong) Upton, bookkeeper for Lumber Co.| Muskegon^ 
Mich.; m. Mary T. Dinsmorc of Kansas. 
Issue (Upton) : 

2*17 Thomas Dinsmore, student 1910 at Olivette Col., 
Mich. 

2418 Samuel, Sr., in Muskegon High School, 1910. 

2419 A son abt. 8 yrs. of age 1910. 

1757 JAY D., son of (894) Jesse and Emily (Weeks) 
Frost, b. Oct 4, 1859, farmer, Lowell, Mich. ; m. Nov. 14, 1881, 
Norma, daughter of Chester and Sarah (Hendricks) Church, 
of Alton, now Vcrgcnncs, Mich, 

Issue: 

2420 Byron, b. Jan. 13, 1882, a stone mason, living 

Smyrna, Mich.; m. Lena, b. June 29, 1889, 
daughter of George and Colita Converse of Ver- 
genncs, Mich. 

1768 GEORGE B., son of (894) Jesse and Emily (Weeks) 
Frost, b. Jan. 31, 1862; m. Dec. 12, 1883, Jennie, daughter of 
Philetus and Corlista (Jones) Wagor of Webster, N. Y. Live 
Smyrna, Mich. "General Farm Produce." 

Issue: 

2421 Gordon A., b. Oct. 22, 1884; m. Thanksgiving 

Day, 1907, Bessie, daughter of Orin and Susan 
(Gooding) Sayler, of Grand Rapids, Mich. 
Farmer, Lowell, Mich. 

2422 Alton, b. Aug. 22, 1886, d. March 14, 1888. 

2423 Clayton, J., b. Oct. 9, 1888; m. April 20, 1909, 

Pearl, daughter of William and May Petrie of 
Bay City, Mich. R, R. Agent, of Bay City, 
Mich. 
Gordon A. lives on the homestead that his grand- 
father bought when he moved to Alton, Mich., 
now Vergennes. 

1761 ALMERON, son of Lorenzo and (897) Emeline 
(Frost) Martin, b. Aug. 22, 1846, d. April 27, 1881; m. Oct. 
16, 1872, Thomzenia McPherson. 



Seventh Generation 278 

Issue (Martin) : 

2424 June, b. March 21, 1875; in. July, 1897, Robert 

H, Murray. 

2425 Blanche I., b. Nov. 20, 1876. 

2426 Bcrnice M., b. Nov. 1, 1878, d. Aug. 8, 1883. 

1769 CARRIE OLETA, daughter of Andrew A. and (898) 
Caroline (Frost) Wood, b. March 6, 1859; in. Dec. 17, 1879, 
Richard Wright, who d. Oct. 11, 1887, son of Robert R. and 
Hannah W. (Powell) Carpenter. No issue. Carrie m., 2nd, 
Dec. 3, 1891, Henry H., son of Henry and Alice (Hodges) 
Faulkner. 

Issue (Faulkner): 

2427 Carrie, b. March 26, 1895, d. Aug. 21, 1896. 

1770 JOHN THORNE, son of Andrew A. and (898) Car- 
oline (Frost) Wood, b. Nov. 27, 1852; m. Aug. 15, 1877, Cor- 
nelia, daughter of Alonzo and Hannah (Wright) Halsted. 
Live Natural Bridge, N. Y. 

Issue (Wood) : 

2428 Arthur Thome, b. June 17, 1878; m. Alice H. 

Walsh. Live Natural Bridge, N. Y. 

2429 Amy Etta, b. Jan. 12, 1880; m. April 3, 1900, 

Stanley Linney. Live Carthage, N. Y. Issue: 
Arthur Graham, b. May 17, 1905. 

2430 Oleta May, b. Jan. 31, 1891. 

1779 ARTHUR B., son of (903) Henry and Ada E. 
(Cowel) Frost, b. Feb. 9, 1871. Lives Webster, N. Y. ; m. Jan. 
21, 1897, Carrie L., b. Oct. 14, 1871, daughter of Balthasar 
and Christina (Grabb) Grabb. 

Issue: 

2431 Gladys Oleta, b. April 7, 1901. 

1787 HELEN, daughter of (914) Samuel and Ruth 
(Holmes) MafFett; m. Charles B. Dawes. Lives Muskegon 
Heights, Mich. 

Issue (Dawes) : 

2432 Ray S., d. aged abt. 27 yrs., 1909; m. Mabel 

Boyer. He was Ass't Sup't wholesale drug 
house Indianapolis, Ind. 

1789 MARY LOVINA, daughter of (918) Ira Jesse and 



27i Thk Fhomt Okmkam)oy 

Elliue (Murray) HugJics, b, Jan, 18, 1875; m. July 81, 1898, 
•t Albion, Mich., Hcrifrew A., son of Ilev. 11. A. ond Harriet 
A- (Barnard) Wightmun. Pattern maker and florist of Miu* 
kegon HcightM, Mich. Rev. Wightman is a Methodist minister 
and presiding elder of Albion Dist., Mich. 
Issue (Wightman) : 

2433 Neva Gertrude, b. May 21, 1894. 

2434 Louis Don, b. Dec. 17, 1896, d. Feb. 18, 1897. 

Buried Albion, Mich. 

2435 Ruth Helen, b. Muskegon Heights, Mich., Jan. 

19, 1901. 

2436 Jesse Emery, b. Jan. 2, 1904. 

2437 Frederic Hugh, b. March 24, 1909. 

1829 WILLIAM JA>H:S, son of (990) Frost and Phebe 
Tompkins) Horton, b. Dec. 10, 1828, d. Aug. 24, 1898; m. at 
Peekskill, N. Y., by Rev. Underbill, Jan. 8, 1851, Leah B., b. 
1830, d. Sept. 4, 1903, daughter of William and Winncfred 
Carpenter. 

Issue (Horton) : 

+2438 Wright, b. March 7, 1852. 

2439 Thomas Vunhuscn, b. Oct. 13, 1853; m. Oct, 11, 
1882, Mary E., daughter of Wm. E. and Mary 
E. (Hopkins) Ireland of Yorktown, N. Y. 
4-2440 Gcorgene, b. Sept. 9, 1860. 
18.32 STEPHEN D., son of (990) Frost and Phebe 
(Tompkins) Horton, b. Peekskill, N. Y., Feb. 17, 1837; m. 
Cortland, N. Y., Dec. 28, 18.57, Emily, b. Yorktown, N. Y., 
Dec. 19, 1840, daughter of Joshua and Sally (Purdy) Horton. 
Stephen D. is owner of the Peekskill Fire Brick Works, and 
resides in that town in a home overlooking many miles of the 
majestic Hudson. His wife died a few years ago. 
Issue (Horton) : 

2441 Cornelia, b. Aug. 30, 1859, d. Aug. 31, 1866. 

2442 Frost Joshua, b. Sept. 20, 1862, d. Nov. 7, 

1862. 
8448 Stephen Frost, b. Feb. 17, 1866, educated in the 
Peekskill Military Academy and Tivoli Mil. 
Acad., after which he graduated from the 
N. Y. University Med- School at «1 jn. of 
age. March 21, 1887, he m. Lillian V., daugh- 



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Seventh Generation 275 

ter of A. C. Baxter, He was a member of the 
Pcckskill Gun Club and was one of the eight 
members who made the world's record shooting 
pigeons in Aug., 1884, He d. June 21, 1910. 
Issue: Douglas, b, Jan. 3, 1888, in business 
with his grandfather; and Rob't Donald, b. 
Dec. 23, 1889, a student at West Point. 

1843 SARAH A., daughter of (1003) William S, and 
Elizabeth (Briick) Frost, b. Jan, 18, 1840; m, N. Y, City Jan. 
Sf 1867, Thomas Warcham Moore, Living Hinton, Okla, 

Issue (Moore) : 

2444 Mercy E., b, Stella, Neb., Nov. 14, 1867; m. 

Feb. 22, 1893, at Montague, Fla., George G. 
Owens, b. near Savannah, Ga., Aug, 12, 1860. 
Issue: Bertha E., b, Umatilla, Fla,, Jan 5, 
1894; Halstead Frost Leigh, b. Oklahoma 
City, Sept. 15, 1900; Leo Serita, b. Bridge- 
port, Okla., Feb. 6, 1904. 

2445 Thomas, b. Oct. 23, 1870, unm., 1911. Contrac- 

tor and builder. 

1844 LEONARD LEEDS, son of (1003) William S. and 
Elizabeth (Bruck) Frost, b. Mansfield, Ohio, June 6, 1845; 
m. Feb. 1, 1869, Artemcsia Frances Sloan, b. Sept. 23, 1851, 
d. prior to May, 1911. 

Issue: 

2446 Philemon Halsted, b. June 22, 1870. 

2447 Sarah Elizabeth, b. April 14, 1872; m. Jan. 3, 

1893, Finley J. McCreary. Resides, Highland, 
Kan. No issue. 

2448 Charics Augustus, b. Sept. 7, 1873; m. March 

29, 1899, Cora J, Tinker. Issue: Leonard 
Leeds, b. May 29, 1904. 

2449 William, b. June 1, 1876, d, Jan. 10, 1886. 

2450 Leonard, b. Oct. 10, 1876, 

2461 Lavenia, b. Dec. 29, 1880, d. Sept. 7, 1882. 

2462 Mary Elizabeth, b. Aug. 27, 1882. 
S409 Benj. Franklin, b. Aug. 26, 1884. 

1840 SARAH OATMAN, daughter of (1004) Charles L. 



f76 The Fkost Genealoot 

«nH Mnry A. (Oalnmri) Vrmi, h. Kin^oM, (^J,, Frh. 6, IH^Ol 
m. Jah, 1, IHHit, a niglilaml*, N. C.» FrMiik H. Hill. Uf« 
Victoria, N. C. 
iMue(HiU): 

2464 Helen Martense, b. Nov. 5, 1882; m. Jan. 1, 
1900, John J. Norris. Live Anderson, S. C. 
iHhtjc: Helen Keys, b. Dec. 11, 1901; Dorothy 
Front, b. Oct. 1, 1903; John J., b. Dec. 29, 
1900. All b. Anderson, S. C. 
245.5 Leonard Frost, b. Victoria, N. C, May 31, 1888. 
24.50 John Hoyt, b. AKhcville, N. C, Jan. 27, 1891. 

2457 Hazel FroHt, b, Sept. 15, 1893. 

2458 Hfnnhope Walker, b, April 15, 1898. 

2459 Frank H., b. Feb. 12, 1902. 

1846 CHAHLKS LKONAUD, son of (1004) Charlei L. 
and Mary A. (Oatman) Frost, b. Matheny Creek, Cal., Nor. 
28, 1862; m. June 12, 1888, Highlands, N. C, Meta Norton, 
2nd, Sept. 23, 1893, Mary B. Foster, b. Burlington, la., Sept. 
10, 1874. 

Issue: 

2460 Mary H., b. Upper Soda Springs, Ore., Dec. f, 

1894. 

2461 Charles L., b. Moose Creek, Ore., Jan. 19, 1896. 
2402 Edward Henry, b. Sweet Home, Ore,, March 28, 

1899. 

2463 William G., b. Sweet Home, Ore., June 22, 1900. 

2464 Sarah Ann, b. Sweet Home, Ore., July 19, 1901. 

2465 Howard Townsend, b. Sweet Home, Ore., July 

27, 1902. 

2466 Elizabeth Esther, b. Sweet Home, Ore., Jan. 

18, 1904. 
ii67 Mildred C, b. Powells, Dutte, Ore, Aug. 26, 

1911. 
2468 A baby boy b. Jan. 3, 1896, d. Feb. 3, 1896, not 

named. 
Family live Powells, Butte, Crook Co., Oregon. 

1861 LOUISA, daughter of (1011) Marshall 8. and Cor- 
nelia (Valentine) Frost, b. Aug. 16, 1862; m. Nov. 20, 1878, 
hj RcT. Thomas Nichols of the Dutch Reformed Church of 



Seventh Generation JB77 

Qil«(tnii, N. Y., ClwirliN A., h. July 4, 1N4H, ton of Albert And 
Harriet I^otiiie (WillnutiH) Van NoMtruml. 
Iftue (Van Nostrand) : 
+2469 Cornelia. 
-i-2470 Harriet Louisa. 

«471 Elizabeth, b. Nov. 25, 1878, baptized, July 18, 
1879; m, June U, 1905, by Ilcv. Wm. H. Hen- 
drickHon, Isaac Cock, son of Joocph 8. and Ann 
Elizabeth (Weeks) Ludlam, who d. Aug. 15, 
1908. 

2472 Cliarlcs Herbert, b. May 12, 1882. 

2473 Howard Frost, b. Feb. 13, 1886. 

1852 ELlZAHI'/rn, dauRlitcr of (1011) Marnhall S. and 
Cornelia (Valentine) Frost, b. July 26, 1854, d. Jan. 2, 1911; 
m. Oct. 17, 1878, by Ilcv. Andrew Hagcnuin, of the Reformed 
Dutch Church of Queens, N. Y., George S., son of Peter and 
Sarah Ann Hendrickson. 

Issue (Hendrickson): 

2474 Clifford Valentine, b. Aug. 26, 1880, d. March 

26, 1889. 
2470 Charles LcHoy, b. May 29, 1883; m. Oct. 9, 
1906, by llev. Herbert Glover, Marie, daughter 
of iNrarl, Jr., and ('nrolinc (l-'nylag) Mer- 
ritt. Issue: Hazel, b. May 15, 1908. 
1863 ANNIE, daughter of (1011) Marshall S. and Cor- 
nelia (Valentine) Frost, b. Jan. 20, 1857; m. Nov. 6, 1879, by 
Rev. Andrew Ha;^oinan, of the Reformed Dutch Church of 
Queens, N. Y., William H., son of Peter and Sarah Ann Hen* 
drickion. 

luue (Hendrickson): 

«476 Lillian, b. Aug. 17, 1880; m. Oct. 2, 1902, by 
Rev. Wm. H. Hendrickson, pastor of the Pres- 
byterian Church at Newtown, Long Island, 
Eugene Satterlee, son of Albert and Eleanor 
(Daly) Price. Issue: Marion Louise, b. April 
3, 1905. 
U11 Walter Edward, b. Dec. S, 1882; m. April 17, 
1906, by Rev. Wm. H. Hendrickson of the 
Freabyterian Church of Newtown, Long laland, 



£78 The Frost Genealoot 

Olia Allctta, daughter of Christian and Eliza- 
beth (Knickman) Homcycr. 

1854 EDWARD LA WHENCE, son of (1011) Marshall 8. 
and Cornelia (Valentine) Frost, b. Oct. 4, 1859; m. Oct. 21, 
1885, by Rev. Wm. H. DeHart of the Reformed Dutch Church 
of Jamaica, L. I., Allctta Matilda, daughter of Thomas H. and 
Sarah Maria (Ambcrman) Hcdericks. 

Issue : 

2478 Marshall Smith, b. Sept. 6, 1886, d. Aug. 1«, 

1888. 

2479 Herbert Edward, b. July 3, 1889.-^ l-V '' 1 A '<>/9/7' 

2480 Roswell William, b. Aug. 5, 1892. "^ U^'*^" 

2481 Edward Lawrence, b. Oct. 4, 1896. -^ !''"'^ '^/V'V^S 

1855 EDNA VIOLA, daughter of (1011) Marshall S. and 
Josephine L. (Perrin) Frost, b. Dec. 19, 1881; m. May 23, 
1907, by Rev. W^m. H. Hcndrickson, Clarence Eli, son of Eli • 
and Sarah (Ferguson) Tobias. 

Issue (Tobias) : 

2482 Clarence Elnworth, b, April 26, 1908. 

248.3 Ruth Froht, b. May 15, 1910, d. Oct. 3, 1910, 

1856 HOWARD ]\L\RSIIALL, son of (1011) Marshall 
S. and Josephine L. (Perrin) Frost, b. Jan. 6, 1880; m. May 
19, 1908, by Rev. Joel B. Slocuni, pastor of Greenwood Bap. 
Ch., Brooklyn, N. Y., Adelaide Hamilton, daughter of George 
Hamilton and Cotlmrinc Sophia (Belts) Cleaves. 

Issue: 

2484 Josephine Jcannette, b. Nov. 3, 1909. 

2485 Anna Adelaide, b. Nov, 3, 1909. 

1859 HALSTEAD H., lawyer, N. Y. City, son of (1012) 
Halstead H. and Mary (Vernon) Frost, b. May 7, 1860; m. 
April 14, 1886, Mary Louise, daughter of Charles and Sarah 
Jane (Hicks) Downing. Charles Downing, b. Dec. 30, 1838» 
d. Feb. 9, 1909; m. Dec. 1, 1863. 

2486a Halloway Halstead, b. April 11, 1889, admitted 
to Erasmus, Brooklyn, N.Y., Feb. 1901; to 
Annapolis, Aug., 1906; commenced service on 



Sevekth Generation Si79 

shipboard June, 1910, and in July, 1911, wm 

mirlahipman. 
2486b Esther Muy, b. March 30, 1892. 
2486c Charles Lawrence, b. April 26, 1898. 

1863 HANNAH F,, daughter of Henry Clay and (1013) 
Annie E. (Frost) Woodnutt, b. Dec. 17, 1861 ; m. Oct. 17, 
1888, George Searing, b. Sept. 7, 1862, son of George W. and 
Susan E. (Searing) Emory, of Easton, Maryland. 

Issue (Emory) : 

2486d Lloyd Searing, b. Oct. 12, 1889; m. Jan. 11, 
s^ 1911, Katherine, daughter of George Hackett 

and Mary (Lush) Bedell. 
2485e Ruth Holloway, b. Nov. 9, 1891. 
248.5f George North, b. April 22, 1897. 
2485^ Jolm Martin Groome, b. Feb. 24, 1899. 
2485h Caleb North, b. July 16, 1903, d. April 13, 1907. 

1864 PAUL CLH'FOIID, son of Henry C. and (1013) 
Annie E. (Frost) Woodnutt, b. Glen Cove, L. L, July 4, 1867; 
m. Dec. 18, 1888, Ida, daughter of David and Mary Jarvis. 

Issue (Woodnutt) : 

2486 Howard David, b, Sept. 14, 1889. 

2487 Mary Elizabeth, b. Sept. 12, 1893. 

1865 HENRY CLAY, son of Henry C. and (1013) Annie 
E. (Fro«t) Woodnutt, b. Sept, 9, 1H64, d, Dec. 24, 1908; m. 
Oct. 3, 1HH9, Grace Anna, b. May 13, 1864, living Cos Cob» 
N. Y., daughter of Solomon S. and Ann S. (Titus) Jackson. 

Issue (Woodnutt) : 

2488 Catharine Anna, b. March 24, 1893; (2489) 

Josephine, b. May 31, 1895. 

1899 PHILOMEN HALSTEAD, son of Townscnd and 
(1024) Sarah M. (Frost) Scuddcr, b. July 22, 1861; m. Aug. 
14, 1889, Sarah E., daughter of George Hewlett, and Fannie 
(Smith) Townsend, and granddaughter of Stephen Hewlett 
and Jean (Watt) Townsend of Glen Cove, L. I. Fannie Smith 
was daughter of Jacob and Ann E. (Tibbets) Smith. 



ftSO The Fbost Genealogy 

Issue (Scudder) : 

2490 Townscnd, b. July 13, 1892, d. Nov. 22, 1895; 
(2491) Hazel L., b. Feb. 13, 1895; (2491a) 
Halstead, b. Dec. 9, 1904, d. March 6, 1908; 
(2491b) Saidie Elizabeth, b. Aug., 1907. 

1900 ELIZABETH HEWLETT, daughter of Townsend 
and (1024) Sarah M. (Frost) Scudder, b. abt. 1863; m. Ed- 
ward V. Thebaud, who d. June, 1900, aged 77 yrs. He was 
son of Edw. T. and Emma (Van Schalkwyck de Boisauvin) of 
N. Y. 

Issue (Thebaud): 

2492 Leo Hewlett, b. Feb. 16, 1880. 

1928 WILLIAM M., son of John and (1053) Sarah 
(Frost) Weeks, b. Nov. 6, 1803, d. July 1, 1883; m. Margaret 
Mott. He m., 2nd, Mary Valentine. 

Issue (Weeks) : 

«493 Jacob M.; m. (1014) Ilcnrietta W., daughter of 
(iiHli) Edward L. and Hannah (HoIIoway) 
Frost, b. Jan. 4, 1842. (For issue, see 1014.) 
(2494) Mary, m. Henry Johnson; (2495) Wil- 
liam A.; (2496) Sarah J.; (2497) Samuel M.; 
(2498) Emma. 

1929 WILLET, son of John and (1053) Sarah (Frost) 
Weeks of Red Spring^ L. I., b. Oct. 19, 1807, d. May 9, 1883; 
m. Freelove Townsend. 

Issue (Weeks) : 

2499 John T., b. Aug. 11, 1835; m. May 15, 186t, 
(1023) Imogene, daughter of (328) Philemon 
H. and Charlotte (Townsend) Frost. (For 
issue, see 1029.) 

2600 Ethnlinda. 

2501 Jitne. 

2502 Edward P. 

2603 Sarah Frost ; m. James R. Luyster, ton of Jamei. 

1934 WILLIAM C, ion of (1061) Jacob and Fannj 
(Coles) Carpenter; m. Anna A, Townsend. 
Itsne (Carpenter): 



Seventh Generation £81 

2604, William T., d. July 18, 1896, aged 62 yrs. ; m. 
(1144) Sarah, daughter of (409 and 1936) 
Valentine and Caroline W. (Covert) Frost. 
Issue: William, b. Jan. 9, 1870; Harry, b. 
March 28, 1872; Clarence, b. Sept. 1, 1877. 

2505 Phebe. 

2506 Hannah. 

2507 Mary S. 

1936 VALENTINE, son of (100) Charles and (1062) 
Ann C. (Frost) Frost, b. April 1, 1821, d. April 18, 1890; 
m. Oct. 16, 1838, Caroline Wilhelmina, b. Nov. 6, 1819, d. 
March 20, 1896, daughter of Caleb and Deborah (Cock) 
Covert of Hempstead, L. I., and Bedford, N. Y. (For issue, 
see 409.) 

1042 JAMES FROST, «on of (979) Ilnllct and (1063) 
Sarah (Front) Thorn, b. Nov. 22, 1821; m. Dec. 1, 1866, 
Susan, daughter of Iliukn Edwanlx, EHq., of Winchester, Va., 
and widow of (383a) Frost Thorn, who d. Dec. 4, 1854, son 
of (91) Charles. (See 1097a.) 

1961 AMBROSE, son of (1067) Ambrose C. and Minerva 

(Eastman) Frost; m. . Lived Essex, Vt. 

Issue : 

8610 Rosannah Cox, b. Shorcham, Vt. ; m. Oct. 8, 
1856, at Essex, Vt., by Rev. Benj. Cox, Hiram, 
b. Stanbridge, Canada East, March 7, 1831, 
son of Reuben and Melinda (Reynolds) Corey. 
They settled at Salinas, Cal., and were living 
there 1876 with no children of their own, but 
they adopted a child ot his dec. lister. Lived 
on a farm of 7»000 acres. 



EIGHTH GENERATION 

2058 GEORGE W., son of Thomas and (1260) Lydia A. 
(Frost) Robertson, b. Dec. 23, 1842; m., 1876, at Mt. Ver- 
non, Ind., Anna, b. Nov, 23, 1852, daughter of John M. and 
Caroline (N««trmn) Lockwood, Live Mt, Venion, Ind, He wa» 
connected with the Treasury in Wusliington, D. C. for six ycar» 
and Ass't Paymaster in Navy during the Civil War. Her 
father is a retired banker. 

Issue (Robertson): 

2511 Estella, b. Mt. Vernon, Ind., unm. 

2059 MARY ELLEN, daughter of Thomas and (1260) 
Lydia A. (Frost) Robertson, b. March 8, 1845; m. 1869, in 
Connersville, Ind., Charles Eastabrook. 

Issue (Eastabrook) : 

2512 George, b. Aug. 16, 1870, lives Indianapolis^ 

unm, 1910. 

2513 Fred, abt. 12 yrs. younger, lives N. Y. City. 

2061 CATHERINE A., daughter of Thomas and (1260) 
Lydia A. (Frost) Robertson, b. Connersville, Ind., April 10, 
18.55; m. Sept. .30, 1875, at Fairfield, 111., George Davi«, b. 
near La Rue, Ohio. 

Issue ( Davis ) : 

2514 Infant, who d. Aug. 17, 1876. 

2515 Clara Bell, b. Aug. 22, 1877, d. Jan. 24, 1881. 
2.516 Charley H., b. March 29, 1880. Mail carrier. 

2517 William, b. Oct. 8, 1882. Mail clerk. 

2518 Harley, b. Dec. 23, 1884, d. June 23, 1885. 

2519 Robert J., b. Feb. 1, 1886. School teacher. 

2520 Myrtle, b. Feb. S, 1889. 

38521 Homer H., b. Nov. 18, 1891. Fanner. 

S062 SARAH L., daughter of Thomas and (1260) Lydia 

282 



ElOIITH GxNEEATIOlf S8S 

A. (Frost) Robertson, b. March 80, 1850; m. Aug. 18, 1870» 
Connersville, Ind., George W. Harvey. Farmer, Effingham, 
Kai., and Fairfield, 111. 
Issue (Ilarvcy) : 

jeoaa Alice May, b. Aug. 6, 1871 ; m, April 10, 1890, 
Ilobert J. Jcssop. Issue: Corine, b. Nov. 6, 
1896; Ilobert Allen, b. Feb. 3, 1905. 

8064 CHARLES HENRY, son of (1261) George W. and 
Matilda J. (Kerschncr) Frost, b. Connersville, Ind., Sept. 28, 
1869; m. June 24, 1880, at HprinKficM, Oliio, Ella May 
Bond, b. Cincinnati, Ohio, May 18, 1801. Lives Dayton, Ohio. 
Fanner; served 17 yrs. in Ohio National Guards. 

Issue : 

2523 Earl Daniel, b. Sept. 29, 1881 ; m. Nov. 24, 1903, 

at Dayton, Ohio, Ida L. Pentoney, b. Aug. 22, 
1882. Issue: Helen Dorothy, b. Green County, 
Ohio, June 5, 1905 ; Herman Richard, b. July 
15, 1907 ; Charles Folger, b. Jan. 6, 1909. All 
live Yellow Springs, Ohio. Farmer. 

2524 Clyde Bond, b. Nov. 7, 1885, at Columbus, Ohio. 

2525 Esther May, b. June 29, 1895, at Green Town- 

ship, Clark County, Ohio. 

2068 HYATT C, son of (1261) George W. and Matilda 
(Kerschncr) Frost, b. Sept. 1, 1864; in. Doc. iJ9, 1885, at 
Chapin, HI., Grace, b. there, Nov. 7, 1867, daughter of Jona- 
than and Mary (Faschall) Hobson, of 111. Lives Bellingham, 
Wash. 

Issue : 

2626 Harry, b. Chapin, 111., Oct. 22, 1886; m. Oct. 16, 

1908, at Olympia, Wash., Jessie Eyman of 

Ellensburg, Wash. 
2527 Chester, b. Chapin, 111., Nov. 6, 1892. 

2069 DANIEL KERSCHNER, son of (1261) George W., 
and Matilda J. (Kerschncr) Frost, b. Connersville, Ind., Oct. 
9, 1865; m. Nov. 15, 1891, at Great Falls, Mont., Bertha 
Catherine, b. Springfield, Ohio, Jan. 2, 1870, daughter of Silas 
and Mary Jane (Trout) Conrad. Lived Great Falls Mont., 
until 1896, then Citronelle, Ala., but in 1909 moved to Twin 



984 The Fbost Genealoot 

FaIU, Idaho, where he purchancd a tract of irrigated land. 
I«fue : 

2528 Irene Philis, b. Citronelle, Ala., Dec. 17, 1896. 

2529 Clara Mildred, b. Jan. 30, 1898. 

2530 Flava Margaret, b. Mobile, Ala., April 5, 1901, 

d. July 20, 1901. 

2531 Daniel Kcmchncr, b. Mobile, Ala., Oct. SO, 1905. 

2070 EDMON WILSON, son of (1261) George W. and 
Matilda J. (Kerschner) Frost, b. Connersville, Ind., Sept. 5, 
1868; m. Jan- 18, 1902, at Great Falls, Mont., Lena Leona 
King, b. March 29, 1869. Livea, Seattle, Wash. 

Issue: 

2532 Leona Lincoln, b. Sept. 6, 1904, at Seattle, 

Wash. 

2071 HYATT LINCOLN, -on of (1262) EH and Md«- 
«ana (Kerschntr) Front, b, Harribburg, Ind,, June 28, I860} 
na. June 10, 18H2, Dora A., b. Sept. 28, 1860, daughter of 
Andrew and Miriam (Skinner) Berkhiser, of Fayette County, 
Ind. Lawyer, of the firm McKce, Frost & Elliott, Conncr*- 
rille, Ind. Mayor of same place 1894-8. 

Issue: 

2533 Jessie May, b. March 21, 1883; m. April 11, 

1900, Charles F., son of William and Ann 
(Sylvie) Murphy of Connersville, Ind. Law- 
yer, farmer. Mayor. Issue : William Frost, b. • 
Not. 21, 1902. 

2072 ROSELLA A., daughter of (1262) Eli and Mele- 
•ana (Kerschner) Frost, b. June 14, 1862; m. Oct. 17, 1888, 
at Harrisburg, Ind., Ellsworth Alvin, b. Aug. 6, 1861, son of 
Melvin and Lydia Jane (Beach) Cole. Minister, settled for 
M»ne time in Washington, Pa., but now of St. Louis, Mo. 

Israe (Cole) : 

2534 Gumey Hill, b. Richmond, Va., July 17, 1890, 

student, 1910, at Washington College, Wash- 
ington, Pa. 
£fi85 Virginia Garrison, b. Richmond, Va., March 18, 
1892. Student, 1910, Wm. Wood College, 
Fulton, Mo. 



Eighth Generatiom ^S 

2038 Paul FroHt, b, Angola, Ind., Feb, 23, 1894. Stu- 
dent, 1910, WaHhington, Pa. 

2537 Ejtthcr France, b. Washington, Pa., Nov. 26, 
1904. 

2073 LAURA T., daughter of (1262) EH and Melesana 
(Kcrschncr) FroHt, b. June 1, 1864, d. Rushvillc, Ind., Jan. 
18, 1898; m. June 2, 1890, ConncrHvillc, Ind., Harry, b. Zip- 
ton, Ind., Feb. 6, 1863, son of Edward H. and Lizzie F. 
(Franklin) ClifTord. 

Ihuc (ClifTord): 

inHH Lonfi n., b. March 20, 1H91 ; m. George Billingd. 
IJvc Itufth ('oiinty, Ind. Innuc; Ruth, b. Oct. 
12, 1907; Mildred, b. Aug. 5, 1909. 
25.39 Otin Jcannctte, b. May 1, 1892. 

2040 Gladys C, b. Feb. 21, 1894. 

2041 Gale Frost, b. Jan. 6, 1896. 

2042 Franklin, b. Jan. 4, 1898. 

2070 IIOMKR ELI, son of (1262) Eli and Mclesrtna 
(Kerschncr) FroHt, b. Harrisburg, Ind., May 0, 1870; m. June 
17, 1896, at Oxford, Ind., Anna Laura, daughter of Henry 
and Emily Frances (Laync) Wilson. Electrical Engineer; 
lives Cleveland, Ohio. 

Issue : 

2543 Homer Wilson, b. Rocky Mount, N. C, Nov. 18/ 

1903. 

2544 Gcraldinc Frances, b. Oxford, Ind., Feb. 24, 190S. 

2076 DELLA WHITE, daughter of (1262) Eli and Mclc- 
■ana (Kerschner) Frost, b. Indiana, Feb. 14, 1876; m. Dec. 16, 
1894, at Harrishurg, Ind., Gary E., b. Anderson, Ind., Dec. S, 
1874, son of ICdwurd H. and Lizzie F. (Franklin) ClifTord. 
Live Rushvillc, Ind. 

Imuc (ClifTord): 

8546 Emcrick Froit, b. April 21, 1806. 
X646 Bcmice Ida, b. May 80, 1904. 

f078 LAURA, daughter of Hiram and (1264) Catharin» 



S86 The Fbost Gemealoot 

(Frost) Dale, b. Connersville, Ind., Aug. 21, 1851; m. Jan. ft, 
1870, John, son of James (Sr.) and Abigail (Husselton) Hes- 
let. Live Marion, Ind. 
Issue (Heslet) : 

£647 Charles, b. Sept. 21, 1870; m. Oct. 23, 1895, 
Birdie, b. Oct. 7, 1876, daughter of Joseph 
Voke. General Foreman of Elcc. Road Shops, 
Michigan City, Ind. Issue: Russell, b, Aug. 
23, 1902; Kenneth, b. June 3, 1906; Gaylc, b. 
Feb. 5, 1908. 

8548 Chester, b. Nov. 19, 1872; m. Dec. 19, 1894, 
Eva, b. May 26, 1876, daughter of Hay man 
Klingle. Live Huntington, Ind. Issue: Clar- 
ence, b. April 17, 1900, d. Dec. 25, 1900. 

£649 James, b. March 15, 1874; m, Arminta M., b. 
Dec. 3, 1876, daughter of James A. and Ma- 
linda (Alspuugh) Bugh. Grocer, Marion, Ind. 
Issue: Velma L., b. April 20, 1900; Howard 
Dale, b. Nov. 8, 1906. 

£660 Ella May, b. Dec. 9, 1876, d. March 2, 1904 ; m. 
Feb. 8, 1899, Jacob, son of Jacob and Kather- 
ine (Krumanaker) Kaufman. Lives Hunting- 
ton, Ind. Issue: Katherine, b. Dec. 6, 1900; 
Addonis Lcona, b. Aug. 16, 1902; Louisa, b. 
Feb. 28, 1904. 

£551 Aurie Bell, b. Sept. 13, 1878, d. Dec. 18, 1881. 

£552 Katherine, b. May 19, 1880; m. March 12, 1904, 
Edward A., b, Oct. 4, 1879, son of Benton 
Moore, Live Michigan City, Ind. Issue J My- 
ron Benton, b, June 26, 1907. 

£663 Willie, b. June 8, 1882, d. June 19, 1882. 

£664 Homer, b. Oct. 6, 1884 ; m. May 22, 1906, Nellie 
Nrwmier, b, Aug, 22, 1886. Lives Wapoho- 
nctta, Ohio. Issue: Harold H., b. April £4, 
1908. 

£666 Elmer Elsworth, b. April 18, 1884, d. May 17, 
1884. 

iSne Mildred, b. Feb. 6, 1889. 

£667 Florence, b. Oct. 4, 1891. 

£079 ELSIE, daughter of Hiram and (1£64) Catharine 



Eighth Gemekatiom 287 

<Fro§t) Dale, b. Harrisburg, Ind., Oct. 10, 1852; m. Sept. 4, 
1878, "William, son of James and Mary (Welch) Ramsey. 
Parmer, living Lagro, Ind. 
Issue (Ramsey) : 

2558 Emery Earl, b. Aug. 12, 1874; m. Aug. 28, 

1900, at Warsaw, Ind., Blanche Banta, dau. 

of and Lorena (Banta) Sleeper. Issue: 

Frank Banta, b. July 10, 1902; William Dale, 
b, June 18, 1905; Lorcnce Dale, b. June 1, 
1908. 

2559 Grace L., b. Jan. 12, 1885, d. May 9, 1886. 

2560 Maude M., b. Dec. 7, 1886. 

2080 GEORGE, son of Hiram and (1264) Catharine 
<Fro8t) Dale, b. Oct. 16, 1855; m. April 1, 1877, Amanda, b. 
"Sept, 28, 1856, daughter of Robert and Nancy (Lines) Jack- 
«on. Farmer, living Wabash, Ind. 

Issue (Dale) : 

2561 Homer, b. March 31, 1878; m. Edith Hill. Book- 

keeper Am. Nat'l Bank, Indianapolis, Ind. 

2562 Bertha. 
2663 Gariand. 

2081 HYATT, son of Hiram and (1264) Catharine 
<Frost) Dale, b. Nov. 7, 1857, killed by cars at Huntington, 
Ind., Feb. 6, 1892; m. Dec. 2, 1876, Anna, b. Aug. 29, 1857, 
<l&ughter of Amos and Rebecca (Park) Smith. 

Issue (Dale) : 

2564 Emma E., b. Feb. 6, 1877, d. Dec. 12, 1906. 

i56li Edwin E., b. Jan. 2, 1874; m. Sept. 22, 1904, at 
Wabash, Ind,, Pearl Henry, daughter of Peter 
Henry and Kllcn (Wattn) Mill. 

2666 Rebecca C, b. Sept. 25, 1880 ; m. April 13, 1894, 
Allen Bradley, an M. D. of Chicago, 111. Is- 
sue: An infant; Chcwtcr Dale, b. Dec. 16, 1900; 
Catharine, b. Feb. 7, 1907. 

«667 John, b. Nov. 6, 1882, lives Arkansas. 

2668 Hugh, b. Dec. 9, 1887. 

2669 Lillian, b. Sept. 9, 1886, d. March 21, 1888. 
WTO Grace L., b. June 26, 1892; m. June 13, 1909, 

Percy, son of Lineus and Ella (Stigleman) 
Hollowell. Live Marion, Ind. 



288 The Fbost Geneai-ogt 

2082 LINCOLN O., son of Hiranj and (1264) Catharine 
(Frost) Dale, b. Oct. 13, 1860; ni. 1911 Roberta Wilson 
Rotlgcrs, who is descended on her father's side from the Wil- 
sons of Kcntuck}-, and on her inothcr'K side from the Aliens 
of Virginia, both prominent families. Ileal Estate, Berkeley, Cal. 

2107 GEORGE W., son of Charles S. and (1309) Tressa 
(Fiost) Frost, b. Sept. 8, 1864, d. 1902; m. Sept. 28, 1888, 
(2099) Minnie B., b. 1864, daughter of (1287) Underbill and 
Emma (Bronson) Frost. Ho was a marble dealer, living Wat- 
kins, N. Y. She now living at N. Chemung, N. Y., after hav- 
ing m. a Mr. Ross. 
Issue : 

2573 Helen T., b. Feb. 26, 1891; (2574) Louise E., 
b. Jan. 1, 1893; (2575) Alice M., b. March 16, 
1894; (2576) George W., b. Dec. 19, 1896. 

2110 CHARLES H., son of Charles S. and (1309) Tressa 
(Frost) Frost, b. Feb. 14, 1872; m. March 17, 1900, Elena, b. 
1881, daughter of Leander and Delephene (Kent) Holmes, of 
Millport, N. Y. Charles H. is owner and proprietor of Glen 
Park Hotel, Watkins, N. Y. 

Issue : 

2577 Clarence, b. Feb. 15, 1901; (2678) Edna R., b. 
March 28, 1903; (2579) Cora E., b. June 27, 
1908; (2580) Minnie E., b. Oct. 18, 1909. 

2111 FRANK A., son of Charles S. and (1309) Tressa 
(Frost) Frost, b. March 21, 1874; m. June 27, 1900, May S., 
daughter of Thrcssa and (Scoby) Catlin, of Tonawanda, N. 
Y. Postmaster at Watkins, N. Y., and interested in the marble 
business. 

Issue : 

2681 Emily M., b. Dec. 12, 1902; (2682) Celestia A., 
b. Aug. 1, 1908. 

2112 GLEN H., son of Charlea 8. and (1309) Tressa 
(Frost) Frost, b. Sept 16, 1876; m. June 8, 1902, Mary E.» 



Eighth Generation 289 

daughter of Charles (an M. D.) and Lydia (Glover) Robert- 
son. Lives Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Issue : 

2683 Catherine L., b. Sept. 9, 1903, d. 1909, buried 
VVatkins, N. Y. ; (2584) Mary C, b. July 18, 
1906; (2586) Charles R., b. Sept. 4, 1907. 

«140 IRENE, daughter of Reuben D. and (1376) Calista 
(Hopkins) Baldwin, b. Southeast, New York, June 21, 1843; 
ra. Jan. 16, 18G(), Samuel A. Appcll. 

Issue (Appell) : 

2686 John B., b. Dec. 9, 1866, Lake ISIahopac, N. Y., 

entered Franklin and Marshall College at Lan- 
caster, Pa., when 13 years of age. In June, 
1883, he received the gold medal in the Junior 
oratorical contest. June 20, 1884, he gradu- 
ated with honors, being valedictorian of his 
class. Studied law with Hon. Edw. Wells of 
Peekskill, N. Y., and with Judge Ambrose Ry- 
der at Camicl, N. Y. Located west. 

2687 Reuben Baldwin, b. Jan. 12, 1869; m. 

Cornish, of Carmel, who d. leaving two girls. 
He has since m. a Mrs. Halstead, and lives on 
a farm cast of Poughkeepsic, N. Y. 

2688 Charles, b. Sept. 2, 1870. Lives Boston. 

2589 Emma, b. Nov. 10, 1872; m. James Albertson. 
Live Yonkcrn, N. Y. 

2690 Calista H., b. June 16, 1879; m. Chas. Albert- 
son. Live Yonkers, N. Y. 

2591 Samuel E., b. Aug. 16, 1886. 

2142 FLOYD HENRY, son of S. Dwight and (1407) 

Mary E. (Frost) Cook, b. Oct. 18, 1858; m. March 10, 1883, 

at Atlanta, N. Y., Carrie Alice, b. Nov. 19, 1858, daughter of 

Dr. Wm. G. and Martha Jane Look. Live Prattsburgh, N. Y. 

Issue (Cook) : 

2692 Mary Jane, b. Sept. 2, 1884 ; (2593) Delia May, 
b. June 6, 1890; (2694) Minnie L., b. Feb. 12, 
1892; (2696) Carol Amelia, b. Dec. 26, 1894; 
(2696) Harold Dwight, b. March 18, 1901. 



290 The Frost Genealogy 

2143 WILLIAM E., son of S. Dwight nnd (U07) Mary 
E. (Frost) Cook; ni. March IG, 1881, nt Pnittsburgh, N. Y., 
Jennie L., b. Feb. 13, 1863, Italy, N. Y., daughter of Jacob H. 
and Mary (Hill) Squires. Hanlware, Poultney, N. Y. 

Issue (Cook) : 

2597 Maude E., b. Poultney, N. Y., Jan. 3, 1886. 

2598 Dwight E., b. Poultney, N. Y., July 1, 1887. . 

2599 Ada L., b. Bath, N. Y., July 6, 1895. 

2600 Edna L., b. Poultney, N. Y., Dec. 5, 1899. 

2144 FUANK H., son of Peter F. and (1410) Armenia A. 
(FroHt) ParJH, b. Poultney, N. Y., April 13, 1860; m. Nov. 1, 
1892, at liiMnarck, N. D., Elida E,, b. Ccntcrvillc, N. Y., Nov. 
27, 1873, daughter of Win, B, and Martha Couch. Stock 
raiHcr, living BiMinarck, N. I). 

IxBUe (j'arix) : 

2601 Floyd L., b. S. f)t. 4, 1H93; (2602) I'Morcncc O., 

b. Jan. 10, 1H95; (2603) Ha/el F., b, Sept. 27, 
1897; (2604) Myrtle L., b. Oct. 9, 1899. 

2146 MARY ELLEN G., daughter of (1413) Howard T. 
and Isabella G. (Jewell) Frost, b. N. Orleans, La., July 29, 
1869; m. there, March 7, 1893, John Norris, b. Summit, Miss., 
Jan. 20, 1869, son of Charles Edward and Annie Isabelle 
(Austin) Teunisson. Fire Insurance, New Orleans. 

Issue (Teunisson) : 

2605 Nellie .May, b. May 18, 1895. 

2606 Edna Howard, b. July 19, 1898. 

2607 Annie Bell, b. Dec. 30, 1894, d. Dec. 30, 1894. 

2162 EDWAItl) IRVING, son of (1415) Edward Munson 
and Mary Ann (Ix>e) Frost, b. Yorktown, N. Y., Oct. 24, 
1876; m. Oct. 18, 1899, at Carmel, N. Y., Georgiana, b. Car- 
mel, N. Y., July 11, 1879, d, Jan. 7, 1911, daughter of Hosea 
and Elizabeth (Curry) l/ounsbcry, of Carmel. Liven Bcrk- 
■hirv, Tioga County, N, Y. 

Imuc: 

2608 Evelyn I^unsbcry; (2609) Marlon Elizabeth; 

(2610) Helen Lee; (2611) Edward Munsonj 
(2612) Hazel Louisa; (2619) Howard Irving. 



Eighth Generation 291 

2163 ELExVNOll LEE, daughter of (1415) Edward Mun- 
Bon and Mary Ann (Lee) Frost, b. Yorktown, N. Y., April 27, 
1877; m. June 10, 1896, at same place, James J., b. there, 
March 8, 1870, son of William L. and Louisa (White) Mead. 
Farmer, Yorktown, N, Y. 
Issue (Mead) : 

2614 Mary Cornwall; (2615) Mildred Frost; (2616) 
Eleanor Louisa. 

2154 MARY ANN, daughter of (1416) Edward Munson 
and Mary Ann (Ta'c) Frost, b. Yorktown, N. Y., Sept. 25, 
1878; m. tlicre, June 1, 1898, Lewis J., b. Somers, N. Y., 
March 1, 1878, son of Cyrus and Josephine (James) Bcyca of 
Boincrs, N, Y, Lives Somers. Farmer and miller. 

Imkuc : 

2617 Ilalph Frost, b, Somers, N, Y., June 2, 1900. 

2156 ALICE BELL, daughter of (1416) Edward Munson 
and Mary Ann (Lee) Frost, b. Yorktown, N. Y., Feb. 21, 
1880; m. there, Oct. 10, 1900, Lewis W., b. Yorktown, N. Y., 
May 20, 1864, son of Clark and Sarah (Reynolds) Mead. 
Farmer, Yorktown, N. Y. 

Issue (Mead) : 

2618 Ethel Frost; (2619) Florence E. ; (2620) Mary 

Ann. 

2163 MARY, daughter of Isaac N. and (1417) Cornelia 
A. (Frost) Voris, b. Pcscadcro, Cal., June 1, 1862; m. Ar- 
cadia, la., Sept. 17, 1884, Rev, Wm., b. Perth County, Ont., 
Oct. 26, 18.57, son of Joseph and Sarah Rrodcn (Ilcnry) Mil- 
ler. Gnuhwite Knox College, Ontario, and Princeton Seminary. 

Issue (Miller): 

2621 Nellie, b. Luvcrne, Minn., Nov, 17, 1886, 

2622 Mabel, b, Petersburg, 111., Aug. 22, 1888. 

2623 Paul Voris, b, Petersburg, III,, Dec. 23, 1890. 

2624 Merle Seymour, b. Creston, la,, May 28, 1894. 

2166 Fr.OYI) THOMAS (REV.), son of Isaac Newton 
and (1417) Cornelia A. (Frost) Voris, b. Arcadia, Carroll 
County, Iowa, May 8, 1872; m. June 10, 1896, at Washing- 
ion, Iowa, Martha OHlla, b. Washington County, Iowa, April 



S92 The Fbost Genealoot 

♦, IHOO, tlmiffhier of Wm. M. and Orplia Torcna (Ilcrulrix) 
McCurcJy. Trof. of Sciena?, Ilucna Vi»ta College, Storm Lake, 
Iowa. 

Issue (Voris) ; 

2625 Ruth Irene, b. Storm Lake, la,, Aug. 6, 1898. 

2166 FLOYD R., son of Calvin A. and (1419) Margaret 
M. (Frost) Smith, b. Piermont, N. Y., June 2, 1866; m. New- 
ark, N. J., Dec. 23, 1890, Ailda, b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Jan. 4, 
1871, daughter of Charles Brittain and Charlotte (Booth) Por- 
ter. Graduate Yale, 1886. Principal Boys' School, Brooklyn, 
N. Y. 

Issue (Smith) : 

2626 Floyd R., b. Bedford Park, N. Y. City, Sept. 26, 

1891. Student at Yale. 

2627 Marguerite Alida, b. 66 E. 116th St., N. Y. 

City, Sept. 12, 1894. 

2167 CALVIN A., son of Calvin A. and (1419) Margaret 
M. (Frost) Smith, b. Jersey City, N. J., July 21, 1868; m. 
Spring Lake, N. J., July 27, 1901, a daughter of John B. and 
Martha M. (Snodgrass) Belville, b. Philadelphia, Nov. 19, 
1882. 

Issue (Smith) : 

2628 Muriel M„ b. Woodcliff, N. J., May 20, 1902. 

2170 CLARA REBECCA, daughter of Lysanus W. and 
(1420) Harriet S. (Frost) Williams, b. Pcscadero, Cal., Sept. 
16, 1871 ; m. San FrunciKco, April 16, 1890, Rev. Franklin, b. 
Crescent City, Cal., July 14, 1854, son of Fred'k and Elizabeth 
(Donaldson) Rlio<la. Graduate University of California, 1873. 
Presbyterian minister. 

Issue (Rhoda) : 

2629 John William, b. San Francisco, Cal., June 4, 

1891. 

2630 Ellen, b. San Francisco, Cal., Oct. 29, 1892. 

2631 Frank L., b. San Francisco, Dec. 16, 1893, d. 

there, Feb. 24, 1897. 

2632 Paul E., b. March 18, 1896, San Frandsco, Cal. 

2633 Lyte Wilbur, b. San Frandsco, CaL, Sept, 1,, 

1896. 



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UosANXA Fao«T Pecxe 
(Xo. 2220) 



Eighth Generation 293 

2634 Mabel, b. Valona, Cal., April 11, 1898. 

2635 Floyd Lincoln, b. Fruit Vale, Cal,, Nov. 22, 

1899. 

2179 LEROY, son of (142r,) Bcniah Y. and Mary L. 
(Dliindi) Vmni, h. ^)rnnni■)mr^, N, Y,, Nov. 18, 1872; m. 
Nyack, N. Y., June 18, 1896, Maricon L., daughter of Edward 
G. and Annie Towt. Broker, New York City. 

Issue : 

2636 Anna Le Roy, b. Nyack, N. Y., April 11, 1897, 

d. there, Nov. 23, 1898. 

2637 Lc Roy, b. Nyack, N. Y., Jan. 8, 1898. 

2638 Mary T., b. Dec. 19, 1899. 

2194 MAUDE A., daughter of Samuel P. and (1442) 
Sophia A, (Smith) Clement, b, Altmar, N. Y,, Sept. 10, 1874; 
m. Fcmwood, N, Y., Dec. 13, 1899, William H,, b. Femwopd, 
N. Y., Jan, 26, 1873, son of Willard D. and Emma J. (Miller) 
Wecden, 

Issue (Weeden) : 

2639 Mary Josephine, b. Femwood, N. Y., Oct. 25, 

1900. 

2226 ROSANNA FROST, daughter of Erastus Williams 
and (1491) Mary L. (Bell) Lyon, b. Pluckaniss, N. J., Sept. 
15, 1870; m. Nov. 16, 1907, George Lasher, b, Nov, 28, 1877, 
son of David and Jane (Smith) Pecke. Her grandmother 
Williams was a descendant of Wm, Williams, a signer of the 
Declaration of Independence, al«o the Founder of Williams 
College, Ij'vc Mariaville, N, Y, The compiler, through Mrs. 
Pceke, hiut hud access to the pay)ers containing the rexearch 
work, done by her Aunt Louise, which have been most helpful 
in many branches of the family. They live in and own the 
home where Gen, Daniel Frost was bom and raised. 

Issue (Peeke) : 

2640 George Lyon, b, Mariovillc, N. Y., Jan. 4, 1909. 

2641 Marion Elise Frost, b. Oct. 5, 1910. 

2880 GERTRUDE FREELOVE, daughter of George W, 
«nd (1720) Isadore C. (Lcggctt) StafTord, b. Feb. 8, 1888; 
m. 1904, Charlef D., b. Thcdford, Ontario, Canada, June 9, 



S04 TifK I'ltOMT GRNKAI/OOr 

18H3, Kon of Neil uiul Nuncy (Mclnnin) Krebncr. (Of BcottUh 
birth.) 

I8KUC (Brebncr) : 

«642 Helen Gertrude, b, Chicago, 111., July 17, 1905. 
^43 Charles Kdward Gonzales, b. Chicago, 111., March 
18, 1910. 

2382 WILLIAM L., son of (1722) Caleb C. and Lydia R. 
(Lapham) Wixom, b. Nov. 7, 1866; m. Jan. 7, 1891, Rose E., 
b. June 25, 1867, d. March 19, 1903, daughter of James W. 
and Elizabeth (Wood) Smith of Watcrbury, N. Y. Live Tru- 
mansberg, N. Y. 
Issue (Wixom) : 

2644 Lydia M., b. Jan. 13, 1892, d. Sept. 2, 1906; 
(2645) Clinton W., b. Jan. 10, 1897; (2646) 
Gladys, b. Aug. 7, 1901. 

2.383 ELNATHAN P., son of (1722) Caleb C. and Lydia 
R. (Lapham) Wixom, b. July 1, 1868; m. Jan. 15, 1891, 
Grace A., b. July 12, 1866, daughter of Benjamin and Hannah 
(Brewster) Myers, of Sherwood, N. Y. 
Issue : 

2647 Elizabeth L., b. Jan. 8, 1892; (2648) Elmer B., 
b. March 29, 1898; (2649) Adelbert P., b. 
Aug. 26, 1900, 

2384 ESTHER W., daughter of (1722) Caleb C. and 
(1736) Catherine W. (Cannun) Wixom, b. Jan. 31, 1871; ra. 
Nov. 5, 1891, Charles S. Reynolds, b. March 7, 1866. 
Issue (Reynolds) : 

2660 Catherine, b. March 18, 1893; (2651) Andrew 
J., b. Nov. 26. 1894; (2652) Grrtnidc, b. Fob. 
6, 1896; (2653) Horace C„ b. Sept, 12, 1897; 
(2654) Chester J„ b. Aug. 5, 1899; (i6B6) 
Ruth W„ b. March 17, 1904. 

2887 FRANK, son of (1722) Caleb C. and (1736) Cather- 
ine W. (Carman) Wixom, b. Oct. 18, 1879; m. Aug. 27, 1908, 
Harriet Hasted. 



EiOKTH Oenkhation 395 

Imuc (Wixom)} 

2656 Caleb C, b. Jan. 13, 1906, d. Aug. 23, 1908. 
2667 Francis H., b. Oct. 29, 1907. 

2401 LYDIA R., daughter of (1725) Charles and Mary 
(Katkamicr) Wixom, b. Feb. 22, 1882; m. June 29, 1904, 
Thomas Kclsey. 
Issue (Kelsey) : 

2658 Charles, b. April 29, 1905; (2659) Henry T., b. 
lAIarch 7, 1907; (2660) S. Keith, b. July 16, 
1909. 

2438 WRIGHT, son of (1829) William James and Leah 
B. (Carpenter) Horton, b. March 7, 1852; m. Oct. 22, 1873, 
Phebe E., daughter of Joseph and Sarah (Carpenter) Weeks. 
Issue (Horton) : 

2660a William Thomaw, b. Feb. 14, 1875; m. April 2.3, 
1899, Edna Viola, daughter of William V. and 
Jennie L. (Briggs) Montross, of Pcekskill, N. 
Y. Issue: Marjorie C, b. Jan. 19, 1900; New- 
man Montross, b. Feb. 18, 1904; Virginia, b. 
Oct. 8, 1907; Philip Wright, b. April 9, 1911. 
2660b Carrie, b. Dec. 15, 1880; m. Sept. 20, 1908, Fred 
R., son of Amos and Annie (Horton) Galla- 
gher of Pcekskill, N. Y, 
2660c Frost, b. Dec. 26, 1881 ; m. April 24, 1907, Anna 
Lctitia, daughter of Charles Aldis and Carrie 
B. (Lent) Lamos, of Pcekskill, N. Y. Issue: 
Aldis Frost, b. Feb. 10, 1908. 
2660d Olive, b. Feb. 7, 1893. 

2440 GEORGENE, daughter of (1829) William James 
and Leah B. (Carpenter) Horton, b. Sept. 9, 1800, at York- 
town, N. Y. ; m. Frank A. Weed, of Ossining, N. Y., b. Stam- 
ford, Conn., Nov. 21, 1861, Ihhuc: Leah H., b. N. Y. City, 
Feb. 7, 1897; Ella V., b. N. Y. City, March 8, 1898. 

2469 CORNELIA, daughter of Charies A. nnd (1851) 
Louisa (Frost) Van Nostrand, b. Sept. 4, 1874, bap. July 1, 
1875} m. Dec. 19. 1895, by Rev. Alfred Buncombe of the 



296 The Fkost Genealogy 

Dutch Reformed Church, Manhasset, L. I., Frederick E., aon 
of Charles and Marj L'Hommedieu (Edmonds) Hewlett. 
Issue (Hewlett) : 

2661 Charles Hewlett, b. Jan. 20, 1897. 

2662 Marion Cornelia, b. July 21, 1898. 

2470 HARRIET LOUISA, daughter of Charles A. and 
(1851) Louisa (Frost) Van Nostrand, b. Sept. 17, 1876; m. 
Oct. 15, 1902, by Rev. Wm. H. Hendrickson, Charles Under- 
hill, son of George Snedeker and Hannah Underbill (Jackson) 
Powell. 

Issue (Powell) : 

2663 Dorothy Frost, b. Dec. 5, 1904, d. Dec. 16, 1904. 

2664 Fred Jackson, b. Sept. 26, 1906. 

2665 Eleanor Frost, b. Jan. 22, 1908. 

FROSTS WHO CLAIM DESCENT FROM (11) THOMAS, 
SON OF WILLIAM (2). 

This descent could not be proven by the compiler, although 
it is reasonable to suppose that Thomas, son of William the 
2nd did not wait thirt^'-nine years before marrying. However, 
this line claim their Thomas is buried at Schodack, N. Y., 
while Thomas No. 11 is buried in the old Frost Cemetery at 
Oyster Bay. He died 1782, and in his will does not mention 
any of the cliildrcn given below, and he certainly should have 
done so, particularly the son Abial, born as late as 1774. Per- 
sonally the compiler believes that some future worker on this 
family will prove that they arc descended from the Connecticut 
family of Frosts and not of William of Oyster Bay, and these 
facts are published hoping they may be of assistance to some 
one lattr on. 

In some old letters written by (69) Thomas I. Frost he says 
his grandfather brought up a boy named Disbrow, who was a 
relative. Said boy became a prominent man in Westerlo, N. 
Y., and died over 80 years of age. In another letter he said he 
often heard his father say that his family came from the town 
of Northeast, Dutchess County, N. Y., and that his grand- 
father brought up a boy named John Snyder. One "Snyder** 
settled on the Manor of '^Rensselaer'* some years before hif 



Thomas Frost Family 297 

^andfather died and rolled up a log cabin into which his 
^andfather moved. Another letter states he recaUs hearing 
the old folks talk of Pine Plains, Dover, Pleasant Valley, and 
Washington, all in Dutchess County, New York. Also writes 
•of some articles in French's Gazeteer of 1860, which the com- 
piler has been unable to find. 

FIRST GENERATION. 

1 THOMAS FROST; m. Abigail, daughter of James and 
Abigail Wallace of Salem, N. Y. The family claim they lived 
Stephcntown, Rensselaer County, but the compiler thinks they 
are in error and that it was in Stephcntown, Westchester 
County, now Somers, close by the above Salem. The will of 
James Wallace, dated March 16, 1782, and proven Feb., 1788, 
mentions wife Abigail, daughters Abigail, Sarah, Lucy, Mary, 
sons Jacob and James ; also mentions land he sold to Tertullas 
Dickinson. Witnesses : Wm. Wallace, John Palmer, Joshua 
Knapp. Wm. Wallace lived Ridgcficld, Conn., and letters were 
panted to Uriah Wallace and he was discharged July 23, 1828. 
Issue: 

+« Thomas. 

8 Enos, who went to the then "West" Genesee County. 
There was an Enos Frost who served in the Rev- 
olutionary War from Dutcliess County, N. Y. 
This Enos is said to have had a son Bccbc. 

4 Mary; m. Simeon Sprague of Fabius, N. Y. 

5 Abigail; m. Daniel St. John and lived Schodack, 

N. Y. 
-f6 Abial. 

SECOND GENERATION. 

a THOMAS, son of (1) Thomas and Abigail (Wallace) 
Frost, b. March 13, 1750, d. Schodack, N. Y., July 28, 1820; 
m. Deborah Stevens or Stephens, b. Feb. 29, 1744, d. May 28, 
1818. 

Van Rensselaer, the "patroon,'* made a lease of land in what 
is now E. Nassau, N. Y., to Thomas Frost, 1789. He lived 
Schodack, N. Y., and on his door plate was "Thomas Frost, 
Jr.** He was with Montgomery at the taking of MontreaL 



298 The Fhost Genealoot 

His time being up about then, he returned home and did no^ go 
on to Quebec. He wan under Washington for a •hort time, 
serving as a shoemaker. In 1804 he waa Justice of the Peace, 
and on his gravestone is the word "Esq." He m., 2nd, Lydla 
Pinnej. No issue. 
Issue by first wife: 

+ 7 Plubo, b. Dec. 18, 1768. 

+ 8 Elijah, b. July 12, 1770. 

+ 9 Tartulas, b. Nov. 22, 1772. 

+10 Ezro, b. Jan. 21, 1776. 

+11 Elizabeth, b. July 27, 1777. 

+12 John, b. May 12, 1779. 

13 Stephen, b. Feb. 14, 1781, d. April 24, 1797, at 

Schoduck, N. Y. 

14 Thomas, b. April 5, 1783, d. June 14, 1867, at 

Schodack, N. Y. 
+15 Nathan, b. April 6, 1786. 

16 Deborah, b. Oct. 3, 1788; m. Jacob Lewis, d. Feb. 

21, 1813. 
+ 17 Hannah, b. .Tunc 14, 1791. 

6 ABIAL, Kon of (1) Tlionwis and Abigail (Wallace) 
Frost, b. June 29, 1772-4; iii. Ilct«cy E. Bowcn, b. April 20, 
1778. Lived Thurman, Warren County, N. Y. 

Issue: 

18 Orr, b. Au^. 12, 1797. 

19 Calvin, b. Marcli 30, 1799. 
+20 Mary, b. Sept. 1, 1801. 

21 David, b. June 26, 1803. 

22 Elizabeth, b. Aug. 4, 1805. 
+23 Lucy, b. Feb. 18, 1808. 
+24 Abial R., b. Oct. 2.'>, 1809. 

25 John, b. June 11, 1818. 

26 Ruby, b. Aug. 11, 1820. 

THIRD GENERATION. 

7 PHEBE, daughter of (2) Thomas and Deborah (Stev- 
ens) Frost, b. Dec. 18, 1768, d. Oct. 7, 1847 ; m. Jabez Buck- 
ley, b. 1753, d. April 16, 1820. Lived Schaghticoke, N. Y. 



Thomas Fbobt Fauilt 299 

Itiue (Buckley) : 

18 Bct8cy, b, 1787. No issue. Lived Schaghticokc, 

N. Y. 

19 Joel, b. 1789, d. 1853. Lived Sclmgliticokc, N. Y. 

20 Ellen, b. 1791. Lived Schaghticoke, N. Y. 

21 Tnrtulas, b. 1793. Lived Schaghticoke, N. Y. 

22 Moses, b. 1795, d. Aug. 27, 1851. Lived Schagh- 

ticoke, N. Y. 

23 Stephen, b. 1797, d. Jan. 26, 1862. Lived Schagh- 

ticoke, N. Y. 

24 Abigail, b. 1799, d. Nov. 12, 1834. Lived Schagh- 

ticoke, N. Y. 
26 David, b. March 24, 1801, moved to Donahue, Scott 
County, Iowa. 

26 Ezra, b. 1803, d. June 11, 1874. Lived Schaghti- 

coke, N. Y. 

27 Louis, b. Nov. 12, 1807, d. March 1, 1849. Lived 

Schaghticoke, N. Y. 

28 Eineline, b. 1805. No issue. Lived Schaghticoke, 

N, Y. 

29 Samuel, b. Jan. 22, 1809, d. Oct. 10, 1887. Lived 

Schaghticokc, N. Y. 

30 Sally, b. May 12, 1811. Lived Ballston Springi, 

N. Y. 

8 ELIJAH, son of (2) Thomas and Deborah (Stevens) 
Frost, b. July 12, 1770, d. 1852-7; lived Hadley, N. Y. ; m. 
Rebecca Primmer, who d. 1850. 

Issue : 

31 Silas, lived Luzerne, N. Y. ; m. and had two daugh- 

ters, Sally and Rebecca. 
+32 Thomas, b. Feb. 13, 1809. 

33 Elijah, went to Texas. 

34 Mary. 

35 Lizzie; (36) Deborah; (37) Harriette. 
38 Elmira, moved to Battle Creek, Mich. 

-f 39 Temperance, b. Aug. 29, 1800. 

9 TARTULAS, son of (2) Thomas and Deborah (Stev- 
ens) Frost, b. Nov. 22, 1772, d. Oct. 19, 1865, lived Half 



dOO The Frost Genealoot 

Moon, N. Y. ; m., Ist, Hannah Morehou«e, b. Oct. 81» 1775, d. 
Jan. 28, 1826. 
Issue: 

-}-40 June Ann, b. Oct. 8, 1811. 

+ 41 Harriett*. 
+42 Andrew. 

+43 Hannah, b. Feb. 19, 1806. 
+44 Betsey E. 
Tartula* m., 2nd, Phebe EHiott. 

10 EZRA, won of (2) TUnmnn and Deborah (Stevens) 
Fro«t, b, Milton, N. V,, Jan. 21, 1776, d. Hoonick Falls, N, 
Y., Oct. 18, 1855; m. Abigail Buck, b. Albany, N. Y., Dec. «8, 
1776, d. Greenwich, N. Y., April 15, 1848. 
Issue: 

+45 StcplK-n.b. Oct. .'51,1799. 
+46 Archibald, b. May HO, 1801, 

47 Natlian, b, Oct, 17, 180,3; m. Mary Martin. Issue: 
Bryant. Lives Buffalo, N. Y. 
+48 Ira, b. May 25, 1805. 

49 Hannah, b. June 13, 1807, d. Feb. 26, 1846; m. 
Orson Buell. Issue: Caroline. 
+60 Deborah, b. June 13, 1807. 

61 Douglass, b. March 7, 1809, d. April 22, 1811. 

62 Ezra, b. Nov. 11, 1810, was killed in first battle at 

Williamsburg, Va., May 6, 1862. Married Sarah 
Close. 

63 Abby S., b. April 23, 1813, d- Jan. 80, 1836; m. 

Daniel Newberry. 
+64 John, b. Sept. 1, 1815. 

65 Jabez, b. Oct. 12, 1821, d. unm. Dec. 6, 1886, at 
Greenwich, N. Y. 

11 ELIZABETH, daughter of (2) Thomas and Deborah 
(Stevens) Frost, b. July 27, 1777, d. Feb. 16, 1804, m. Henry 
Myers. 

Issue (Myers) : 

+66 Frost, b. Aug. 25, 1802. 

12 JOHN, son of (2) Thomas and Deborah (Stevens) 
Prost, b. May 12, 1779, d. Oct. 18, 1814; ra. 1800, at Albany, 
N. Y., Mflo, b. Sept. 26, 1783, d. Sept. 16, 1871, daughter of 



Thomas F&ost Fauixt 801 

Daniel and Ann (Phelps) Loomis, of Torrington, Conn., and 
Delhi, N. y. 

John was the second husband of Milo, and her third husband 
died before she did. 

Issue : 

-j-67 Hiram. 

58 Deborah; ni. Benjamin Adzi. 

59 Mary Ann ; ra. Obediah Green. 
+60 Thcrsia Maria. 

61 Thomas. 

62 Eliza. 

15 NATHAN, son of (2) Thomas and Deborah (Stevens) 
Frost, b. Dutchess County, April 6, 1786, d, Schodack, N. Y., 
June 8, 1870; m,, Ist, Elizabeth, daughter of Lydia Pinncy, b. 
July 23, 1792, d. Sept. 26, 1829. 

Lydia Pinney m. Thomas Frost, father of Nathan. 

Issue: 

63 James, b. Jan. 28, 1809, d. same day. 
+64 Phebe, b. March 1, 1810. 

+65 Zillah, b. Feb. 12, 1812. 
-\-66 ArmiUa, b. Feb. 12, 1812. 
+67 Lydia A., b. April 22, 1820. 
+68 Elizabeth, b. Nov. 19, 1823. 
Nathan m., 2nd, Elizabeth Du Boise of Waterbury, Conn., a 
descendant of that family who settled in Ulster County, N. Y., 
1635. 
Issue: 

+69 Thomas I., b. Aug. 4, 1831. 

17 HANNAH, daughter of (2) Thomas and Deborah 
(Stevens) Frost, b. June 14, 1791, d. Jan. 17, 1872, at Fabius, 
Onondaga County, N. Y. ; m. William Finch, who d. Feb. 20» 
1854. 

Issue (Finch) : 

70 Deborah; m. Walter Payne. Issue: William and 

Palmer. 

71 Charity; m. John Blaney. Lived Onondaga Co., 

N.Y. 



802 The Frost Geneaix)GT 

72 Peter. Left Schodack for the Weat and d. there 
soon after 1843. No children. 
+79 Phebe E., b. Jan. 6, 1824. 

20 MAIIV, dauKJitcr of (6) Ahial and Betsey E. (Bowen) 
Frost, b. Sept. 1, 1801, d, Dec. 2, 1870, at Thurman, N. Y.; 
m. Feb., 1821, as his 2nd wife, Joshua, son of George Love- 
land, b. Oct., 1791, So. Adams, Mass., d. July 16, 1848. 
Joshua scr^'cd in the War of 1812. 
Issue (I/ovc'Iand) : 

-f74 Mary Ann, b. July 27, 1822, 
75 John, b. Jan- 29, 1820; in, Hrirah Jane WlUey. 
7fJ William, b. .May 31, 1829; m, and had a son, Wm. 

77 George, b, Dec. 3, 1831 ; m. Elizabeth Potter. 
The first nifc of Joshua I^oveland was Susan Hoag, b. War- 

rensburg, N. V., d. at Plymouth, N. Y., 1818. They were m. 
1813. 

23 LUCY, daughter of (6) Abigal and Betsey E. (Bow- 
en) Frost, b. Feb. 18, 1808, d. May 14, 1879; m. Hoag. 

Lived Thurman, N. Y. 

Issue (Hoag) : 

78 Mary, b. Sept. 16, 1831, d. Dec. 3, 1880; (79) 

Abial, b. May 28, 1834; (80) John, b. March 16, 
18.36; (81) Sarah, b. April 26, 1841; (82) Dan- 
iel, b. May 2.5, 1843; (+83) David, b. Aug. 23, 
1845; (84) Charles, b. April 4, 1847; (8,'>) Lucy, 
b, April 20, 1851, d, April 22, 1851; (86) Har- 
vey, b. Jun«' 14, 1855, d. July 14, 1856, 
Of the al>ove children Daniel and Abial moved to Iowa; John 

HvmI Thurman, N. Y. ; (,'harles and David lived Warrcnsburg, 

N. Y. ; Sarah lived Lake George, N. Y. 

24 ABIAL ROBINSON, son of (6) Abial and Betsey E. 
(Bowen) Frost, b. Oct. 25, 1809, at Thurman, N. Y.; m. Mary 
Ann Wilson, Dec. 22, 1837, settled at Brockwayrille, Penn., 
and died there Feb., 1889, and was buried there. 
Issue: 

+87 Elizabeth I>ce, b. Dec. 29, 1840. 
+88 John Wilson, b. July 20, 1842. 



Thomas Frost Family 303 

+89 William Henry, b. Nov. 7, 1843. 
+90 Hiram Abial, b. May 11, 1845. 

91 Ada, b. ; m, Jolm Vandcvort and (\. 1872. 

FOURTH GFNEllATION. 

32 THOMAS, son of (8) Elijah and Rebecca (Primmer) 
Frost, b. Feb. 13, 1809, d. July 18, 1883; m. Maria, daughter 
of Silas Butler of Day Center, Saratfjga County, N. Y., b. 
Sept. 27, 1805, d. April 9, 1858. 
lasue : 

+03 JoMnah, b, Nov, 21, 185iO, 
+03 Kiircfla, b, April «H, ]H'M. 
+94 KiiKene, b. June 10, 1834, 

95 Elvirah, b, March 9.'2, 1830; m. Jack Young of 

Woodbine, HarriMon Co., la, 
90 Irene, b, Jan, 5, 183H, d. March 23, 1844. 
+97 Fafima, b, Jan. 27, 1840, 

98 Rebecca, b, July 28, 1842, d. April 2, 1844. 

99 Kli/a, b. Jan. 27, 1845, d. Feb, 3, 1800. 
+100 Mary, b. May 6, 1847, 

39 TEMPERANCE, daughter of (8) Elijah and Rebecca 
(Primmer) Frost, b. Aug. 29, 1800, d, Aug. 28, 1837; m, Dec. 
81, 1829, John F. Peacock, b. Nov. 5, 1807, d. Sept. 11, 1885. 
Issue (Peacock) : 

101 Ephraim, b. Feb,, 1831, 
+ 102 Cclestia, b, March 19, 1823. 

103 Lydia M,, b, March 17, 1833; m, March 5, 1854, 

Sam'l Jones, Issue : John S,, b, Feb. 3, 1859. 

104 James, h. Aug, 1, 1835, 

105 T , b. July 1, 1837, d. Sept,, 1837. 

40 JANE ANN, daughter of (9) Tartullas and Hannah 
(Morehouse) Frost, b, Oct, 3, 1811, d. March 14, 1837; m. 
Moses Bedell. Lived Watcrford, N. Y. 

I«aue (Bedell) : 

106 Hannah, b. May 8, 1831 ; m. Henry Coons, and d. 

Aug. 4, 1877. 

107 Isaac; m. Jane Van Vechten of Watcrford, N. Y. 



804 The Fsost Gemealooy 

41 HARHIETTE, daughter of (9) Tartulla» and Han- 
nah (MorehouRc) Frost; m. Samuel West 
Utue(Wciit): 

108 Edward Front; m. Caroline Frost, dau. of (113) 

Smith and Ann (Barbour) Frost. Smith Frost, 
non of Andrew; (42) Andrew, son of Tartullat 
(0). Live Chicago, 111. 

109 Andnw F. 

110 l(urri«lte Josephine; m, Wm. Davis. Live Chi- 

cago, 111, 

4« ANDREW, son of (9) Tartullas and Hannah (More- 
house) Frost; m. Eliza Smith. He d. 1841, Lived Water- 
ford, N. y, 

lifue: 

111 Carolim-, h. May 9, 1819, d. 1841; m. Albert 

Chif.'. Livi-d Half Moon, N. Y, 
-j-ll« Hiiiilli, b. A|)ril, 18'il. 

118 Hunnah Muriu, b. May 30, IHUti ; m, .Jan, 1, 1844, 
OKcar Hcnodict, son of Levi and Elizabeth Bene- 
dict of Schodack, N. Y. He was b. Feb. 22, 
1829, educated to be a civil engineer, but in 
1870 was a merchant in Saratoga Springs. Hif 
full nantc was Charles Oscar Benedict. 

43 HANNAH, daughter of (9) Tartullas and Hannah 
(Morehouse) Front, b. Feb. 19, 1805, d. April 27, 1876; m, 
Jan. 24, 1820, i:dw. Fitch. Lived Saratoga, N. Y. 
Issue (Fitch): 

114 Edward M., b. Dec. /5, 1826, d. Oct. 18, 1831. 
Siiratojru, N. Y. 
-f-115 Adaline F,., b. .Tunc 21, 1828. 

116 Harriet R., b, July 28, 1832, unm. Lived Schuyl- 

er, Saratoga County, N. Y. 

117 Edward H,, b, Aug. 15, 1834; m. Agnes P. 

MacuUey. Issue: Edw. R., Grace E. 

118 Cornelia W., b. Nov. 28, 1838, d. Oct. 2, 1889 ; m. 

June 2, 1861, Cfiarles H, Mors. Issues Jessie* 
F., b. 1864. 



Thomas Fhoht Family 806 

44 nETSEY E., daughter of (9) Tartullag and Hannah 
(MorcliouHc) EroHt; rn. Abniin Van Vrankcn. 
Imuc (Van Vrmikcn) : 

119 TiirtuluH; (1^9) Murily; (lai) Ahram; (122) 
Garctt; (123) Edwin; (124) John; (126) 
Hannah; (126) Emily; (127) Mariah G. 

46 HTI-'J'm-'.N, «(m nf (10) I'/zra and AhiK'til (Iliick) 
Vront, h. Oct, m, 1799, rl, .July 2, IHfiH, lived Hrodklyii, N. Y.j 
m. Hannah H. Onhornc, h. 1809, d. June 27, 1808. 
Iisuc : 

128 Afary E„ b. Oct. 3, 1832; m. Alfred Burch, lived 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 
+129 Ophelia, b. Dec, 22, 1838. 

130 Albert n„ b. June 13, 1843; m. Mary C. rdil. 
Ikhuc: Albert W,, b. 1876; JoHcph T., b. 1880. 

40 AHCIIIHAfJ), Mon of (10) K/ra and Abigail (Buck) 
Vrnni, b, May 30, 1801, d. June 3, 1882; m. Harali Uo«cr«, b. 
April 11, 1801, d. Aug. 17, 1881. Lived Greenwich, N. Y. 
Issue : 

+131 Elizabeth C, b. June 16, 1825. 
+132 Stephen R., b. June 4, 1827. 
+133 Abby S„ b. Aug. 19, 1832. 

134 Mary, b. Sept. 7, 1834, unm. 
+ 136 Hattie A., b. Sept. 2, 1842. 

48 IRA, son of (10) Ezra and Abigail (Buck) Frost, b. 
May 26, 1806, d, Sept. 9, 1871, lived N, Bennington, Vt. ; m. 
Jan. 20, 1828, Sarah Iloglc, b. July 10, 1804, d. Sept. 23, 
187S. 
laaue: 

136 Ezra, b. March 31, 1831; m. Harriette Cottier 
and d. March 10, 1896, Lived Washington, D. 
C. No issue, 
+137 Edward F., b. Sept. 29, 18,33. 
+138 Ira, b. Aug. 29, 1836. 
+139 George E., b. May 10, 1842. 
+140 James H., b. Aug. 17, 1846. 

60 DEBORAH, daughter of (10) Ezra and Abigail 



906 The Faosr Genealogy 

(Buck) Froit, b. June 13, 1807, d. Jan. 9, 1886; m. John Saf- 
ford, b. Aug, 27, 1806, d, Feb, 10, 1901, Lived Greenwich, 
N. Y. 

Iffue (HuiTurd) : 

141 Caroline, b. Oct, 9, 1834, d, Aug, 21, 1846. 

142 John I)., b. July 7, 1837, d. March 24, 1841. 

143 Harriette, b. Jan. 11, 1840, d. April 27, 1851. 

144 Ezra, b. Nov. 11, 1841 ; m. Ehz. Simpson. Issue: 

Hattic, Frank. Live Greenwich, N. V. 
+145 John, b. Sept. 9, 1843. 

146 Carrie E., b. April 30, 1846, d. unm. Greenwich, • 
N. Y., Feb. 4, 1879. 

54 JOHN, son of (10) Ezra and Abigail (Buck) Frost, b. 
Sept. 1, 1815, d. Sept. 19, 1888; m. Augustine Teft, b. Sept. 
«4, 1825, d. Oct. 8, 1872. 

Issue : 

-fl47 Mary, b. May 26, 1846. 

148 ChnrlcH, b. March 26, 1860, moved to Wichita, 

Kan. 

149 Julia, b. Nov. 14, IS^G; m. Eugene Crandall. Is- 

sue: Irene M., b. April 12, 1882. 

150 John, b. Feb. 11, 1859, moved to Mattoon, 111. 

56 FROST, son of Henry and (11) EHzabcth (Frost) 
Meyers, b. Aug. 25, 1802, d. Feb. 7, 1886; m., 1st, EUzabeth 
Cippcrly, b. Feb. 2, 1801, d. April 21, 1838. 

Issue (Meyers) : 

151 Elizabeth M., b. Oct. 7, 1835; m. Martin Shaver, 

of Greenbush, N. Y. 
Frost m., 2nd, Sarah Campbell. He was brought up by his 
grandfather, Thomas. 

57 HIRAM, son of (12) John and Milo (Loomis) Frost, 
A 1855; m. Martha Cadwell. Lived New York City. He m. 
twice. 

Issue: 

-\-\6i John Raymon, b. May 30, 1822. 
+163 William Bradford, b. June 18, 1829. 

154 Hiram; (156) Martha; (166) Albert; (167) 
Mary. 



Thomas Frost Family S07 

60 THERSIA M., daughter of (12) John and Milo 
(Loomis) Frost, b. Nov. 24, 1811, d. Feb. 27, 1894; m, Robert 
Kcwin, who (I Jan. 10, 1841), 
luuc (Kcwin) : 

168 Robert Frost; m. Mary J. Hopkins. Issue: Robt. 

Frost, Eugenia E., Edw. Carpenter. 
159 Charles; (160) Wm. Henry; (161) Washington 
and (162) Lafayette, twins. 
+163 Harrison Loomis, b. March 17, 1841, 
164f Mary Elizabeth; (164a) John Ferguson. 
165 Rita Thcrsia, b. Sept. 4, 1846; m. Robt. P. Grant. 
Issue: Harrison E., Robt. P., Ridabell E. 
4-166 Mary Arminta, b. April 2, 1848. 

64 PHEBE, daughter of (16) Nathan and Elizabeth 
(Pinney) Frost, b. March 1, 1810, d. Feb. 12, 1882; m. Myron 
T. Hughson, b. Jan. 22, 1811, d. March 17, 1893. Lived Old 
Chatham, N, Y. 

Issue (HughHon) : 

167 Jane, b. about 1841, d. Harrisburg, Pa., 1844. 
Myron m., 2nd, (173) Sarah F. Clapp, b. Nov. 3, 1848, 

daughter of Milton and (66) Armilla (Frost) Clapp. 

66 ZILLAH, daughter of (16) Nathan and Elizabeth 
(Pinney) Frost, b. Feb. 12, 1812, d. March 6, 1876; m. Rens- 
lear Carrier, b. 1807, d. May 1, 1853. Lived Waterford, N. Y. 

Issue (Carrier) : 

168 Sarah, b. March 1, 1836, d. Aug. 8, 1836. 

169 Lester, b. 1838, d. Jan. 14, 1861. Lived Green 

Island, N. Y. 

170 Helen E., b. March 19, 1840, d. Nov. 22, 1842. 

Lived Waterford, N. Y. 

171 Anna Tanette, b. Dec. 16, 1841, d. Nov. 20, 1842, 

at Waterford, N. Y. 

66 ARMILLA, daughter of (16) Nathan and Elizabeth 
(Pinney) Frost, b. Feb. 12, 1812, d. July 26, 1884 ; m. Milton 
Clapp, b. 1812, d. Sept. 26, 1888. 

Issue (Clapp) : 

17« Mary E., b. Jan., 1832, d. March 81, 1891. 



808 The Frost Genealogy 

173 Sarah R, b. Nov. 3, 1848; m. Mjron T. Hugh- 
son, b. Jan. 22, 1811, d. March 17, 1893, whose 
first wife was (Gi) Phobe, daughter of (16) 
Nathan and EHz. (Pinnej) Frost. 

67 LYDIA A., daughter of (15) Nathan and Elizabeth 
(Pinney) Frost, b. April 22, 1820, d. Nov. 18, 1888; m. Rich- 
ard Van Dcr Ker, b. March 26, 1821, d. April 7, 1893. Lived 
Waterford, N. Y. 

Issue ( Van Dcr Ker) : 

174 Ambrose, b. Nov. 22, 1843, d. April 15, 1891; m. 

Mary E. Allen. Issue: Eliz. B., b. 1872. 

175 Francis E., b. Jan. 6, 1846. 

176 Stephen G., b. March 5, 1848; m. Isabella Keat- 

ing. Issue: Minnie B. and Chester E., both d. 

177 Nathan, b. April 14, 1850, d. June 30, 1850. 

68 ELIZABETH, daughter of (15) Nathan and Elizabeth 
(Pinnej) Frost, b. Nov. 19, 1823, d. Jan. 28, 1892; m. Wil- 
liam Van Vooriies, b. Dec, 1815, d. Feb. 13, 1893. 

Issue ( Van Voorhes ) : 

178 Helen, b. Feb. 3, 1843, d. Oct. 31, 1846, at Clif- 

ton Park, N. Y. 

179 George, b. Sept. 12, 1846, d. Jan. 19, 1879, at 

Troy, N. Y. 

69 THOMAS I., son of Nathan (16) and Elizabeth (Du 
Boise) Frost, b. Aug. 4, 1831 ; m. Anna Serena Smith, b. Jan. 
80, 1834. Lived Nassau, N. Y. 

lasue : 

180 Martha E., b. Aug. 12, 1854; m. Bradley VS^ood- 

liull. Ihsuc: Fred, b. 1879. Heftides Hcranton, 
Pa, 

181 Alice Ada, b. Sept. 16, 1H66; m. M. Warner Gco- 

wuy. Issue: Wm. F., Anna E., Ezra W. 

182 William W., b. Dw. 10, 1858, d. Aug. 4, 1861. 

183 Rosana, b. July 12, 1860, d, Sept. 14, 1861. 

184 George L., b. Sept. 11, 1863; m. Mary A. Mcdct. 

ResidcN Bchodack, N. Y., one time Rochcitcr, 
Iitue: Mabel G., b. 1886, d. 1686; Thomas N., 
b. 1887: Percy, b. 1890. 



Thomas Feost Family 309 

73 PHEBE E., daughter of William and (17) Hannah 
(Frost) Finch, b. Jan. 5, 1824, d. June 28, 1876; m. Smith R. 
Morey, b. Feb. 26, 1810, d. Dec. 27, 1888. Lived Nassau, N. Y. 

Issue (Morey) : 

+185 Mercy M., b. June 4, 1843. 
+ 186 Charity J., b. Feb. 6, 1850. 
+ 187 Roger W., b. July 28, 1846. 

74 MARY ANN, daughter of Joshua and (20) Mary 
(Frost) Loveland, b. Thurman, N. Y., July 27, 1822; m. Sept. 
3, 1843, John E. Kcnyon, b. Thurman, N. Y., April 1, 1820, d. 
there Jan. 18, 1890. 

Issue (Kcnyon) : 

188 Frederick, b. Thurman, N. Y., May 9, 1848; m. 

there, May 5, 1870, Dolly Kenyon. Issue: 
Lewis, b. Oct. 4, 1873; Abiel, b. Jan. 12, 1879. 

83 DAVID, son of and Lucy (Frost) Hoag, 

b. Aug. 23, 1845. 
Issue (Hoag) : 

189 Leonora, b. Feb. 23, 1871, d. Sept. 11, 1871. 

190 Leonard, b. Aug. 30, 1872. 

191 Bertram, b. Aug. 26, 1875, lives Warrcnsburg, 

Warren County, N. Y. 

192 Ellen, b. March 17, 1878. 
All bom in Warrcnsburg, N. Y. 

87 ELIZABETH LEE, daughter of (24) Abial R. and 
Mary Ann (Wilson) Frost, b. Die. 29, 1840, at Brockwayville, 
Pa., d. Sept. 8, 1900. Buried Brockwayville, Pa.; m. Justice 
Gngc. 

HH JOHN WILSON, Hon of (24) Abial R. and Mary Ann 
(Wilson) Frost, b. July 20, 1842, at Brockwayville, Pa., d. 
Nov. 17, 1906, buried Brockwayville, Pa.; m. Sarah Jane Pow- 
ell, Feb. 23, 1865. lie cnlintcd in the Civil War, July 4, 1861, 
Private, Company I, 62d Regiment, Pcnn«ylvanift Volunteers. 
Served three ycnm nnd four month*; wa« taken prinoner Oct. 
20, 1863, confined thirteen monthi in Andersonville prison. Wa« 
discharged Nov. S4, 1864. 



*10 The Frost Genealogt 

Issue : 

+193 John E., b. March 5, 1866. 

194 Uubj K., b. Feb. 19, 1868; m. Wm. Fryberg, 
AufT. 21, 1910. Resides Ellensburg, Wash. 
+ 195 Orr Wilson, b. Aug. 30, 1873. 
+196 Coral E., b. June 9, 1877. 

89 WILLIAM IIENIIY, «on of (24) Abial 11. and Mary 
Ann (Wilson) Frost, b. Nov. 7, 1843, at Brockwayvillc, Pa.; 
m. Annis Powell, lived at Brockwayvillc, Pa., until about 1880, 
when he located at Pigeon, Forest County, Pa., where he had an 
extensive lumber business, and later engaged in oil and gas 
business. In 1890 he located in Frcdonia, N. Y., where he now 
resides, and it is through his energy and untiring efforts that 
the village is supplied with natural gas, he being president of 
the Frost Gas Co., and also president of the Harlan Coal Co., 
of Harlan, Ky. 

Issue: 

197 Carrie M., b. Aug. 6, 1865, d, Nov. 8, 1881. 
+198 Eli/abeth Aria, b. Aug. 22, 1869. 
+ 199 Mary, b. Dec. 15, 1873. 
+200 Annis, b. Feb. 1, 1876. 

201 Lawrence, b. Nov. 9, 1879, d. Nov. 18, 1881. 
+202 Ilalsey Wilson, b. March 9, 1882. 
+203 Angrlinc, b. Oct. 22, 1885. 

aot Hayriioiid. U. Mrtfrli 10, IHMH, «t V\ti<<niu Vn, 
Hftid.iM h\ Ui-yiuii itni\ Hirithtm, Hii(f'/ik N, 
V, Livfs Vri'(Um\ii, S, V, 

90 HIRAM AIUAL, »,on of (24) Abial Robinson and 
Mary Ann (Wilnon) Frost, b. May 11, 1845, in Brockway- 
villo, Prt. : m„ InU Rhoda Brnnrtf on Nov. 21, 1866, lie (I 
Ihr. It, 1906, Uiin'.d n\ Mntckw/tyvllh-, Vn. H« pnlUlcd in 
Civil War July 12, IH6I, Comimny F, Flrnt nattftllon of Penn- 
sylvania. Discharged Nov. 14, 1864. 

Issue : 

+205 David E., b. Aug. 29, 1867. 
206 Eola G., b. Jan. 3, 1870. Lives Fredonia, N. Y. 
Hiram A- ra., 2nd, Oct. 18, 1875, Annie Deralance. 
Issue: 

+«07 Arthur Abial, b. Jan. «, 1877. 




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+208 John Martin, b. May 6, 1878. 

209 Hiram Calvin, b. Oct. 7, 1879, unm. 

210 Lois E., b. Oct. 26, 1880, d. June 2, 1894. 
+211 Warren A., b. July 1, 1882. 

212 William, b. July 7, 1884, d. Oct. 4, 1884. 
+213 Dora E., b. June 9, 1885. 

FIFTH GENERATION. 

92 JOSINAH, daughter of (32) Thomas and Maria (But- 
ler) Frost, b. Nov. 21, 1829; m. Silas Allen, lived £. Ebna, 
Erie County, N. Y. 

Issue (Allen) : 

214 Herman P., b. Jan. 20, 1848; m. Hcllen Hem- 
street; 5 children. 
216 Hiram B^, b. April 4, 18.54, d. Dec. 8, 1876. 

216 Hiland D., b. Dec. 20, 1865, d. Sept. 19, 1866. 

217 Hattic M., b. Jan. 9, 1867; m. Ira W, Ostrander. 

Issue: Hoy W., Hazel. 

93 EURETTA, daughter of (32) Thomas and Maria 
(Butler) Frost, b, April 28, 1831, d. Feb- 6, 1876; m. Pimcr- 
fon Moslior, b. Hcpt. 24, 1826, d, Sept. 16, 1887. 

Imuc (Moshcr) : 

218 Eugene, b, Oct, 26, 1867; m. Marietta Hunt, b. 

May 18, 1848. 

219 Edwin, b. May 21, 1869; m. Lucinda Le Roy, b. 

May 10, 1826. 

220 Elwin, b. May 21, 1859. 

94 EUGENE, son of (32) Thomas and Maria (Butler) 
Frost, b. June 19, 1834; m. Electa, daughter of Hcman Col- 
fon, of West Day, Saratoga County, N. Y,, b. April 27, 1836, 
d. Nov. 22, 1886. 

If«uc; 

221 Adella M„ b. Feb. 1 4, 1869 ; m. Walter A, Swears. 

Issue: Flora B,, b. Dec. 6, 1878. 
«22 Mary, b, Dec, 27, 1861, d. Jan. 4, 1866. 
««d John H., b. Sept. 14, 1867; m. at Hoosick Falls, 

N. Y,, Sept. 1, 1889, Agnen Connelly. Lives 

Glovcrsville, N. Y. 



812 The Fbost Gexeau>ov 

97 FATIMA, daughter of (32) Thomas and iMaria (But- 
ler) Fro»t, b. Jan, 27, \HiO, d, Jan. 21, 1892; m. Oct, 25, 
1858, Oiorgv Kiriory Ilcrrick, l>. May 18, IH'Mi, d. Dec. 1, 
181)4. 

If»ue ( Herri ck) : 

224 Fred TlioinaK, b, Aug. 29, 18.59; (224a) Martha 
Eliza, b. July 17, 1861; (225) Minnie Estella, 
b. Sept. 20, 1863; (226) Polly Matilda, b. Oct 
24, 1865; (227) Frank Orlando, b. July 17, 
1869; (228) Georgia Eleanor, b. Feb. 16, 1872j 
(229) 11. (?) Manilla, b. Aug. 22, 1880. 
100 .MAllV, riatighfir of (32) Thoirian and Maria (Hui- 
Icr) FnMt, b. .May fl, 1847; in. Daniel Lyon, b. Aug. 91, 184fl, 
of Wooilbinc, HarriHon (.'outity, Iowa. 
Ifsuc (Lyon) : 

230 Ju.le Albert, b. Nov, 21, 1869; m. Laura Dirki. 

InNUe: .leHxie P., Mary. 

231 Winifred !■:., b, April 15, 1874, d, Feb, 5, 1888. 

232 Hali)h Ernent, b. April 25, 1879, d. Jan. 10, 1880. 

233 Kittie Maria, b. Jan, 6, 1885, d, March 3, 1888. 

102 CELESTIA, daugliter of John F. and (39) Temper- 
ance (Front) J*« iMix'k, b, .March 19, 1832; in, Jame»» Gardiner, 
b. March 29, 1823, d. Kept, 22, 1893. 

Inaue (Gardiner) : 

234 Eiiniee, b, April 2, 1848; (2,35) Mary Jane, b. 

Oet, 31, 1850, d, March 20, 1851 ; (236) Tein- 
p.ranee, b, Oet, 18, 1852, d. Nov. 5, 1864{ 
(237) Lydia; (238) Ann, b, Hept. 5, 1855; 
(2.39) Sarah C, b. Sept. 16, 1867, d. Nov. 16, 
1864; (240) Celentia F., b, June 26, 1861 J 
(241) Hannah E„ b, March 0, 1866; (242) 
John Finch, b. Jump 11, 18r)H( (243) JnnU'N, b. 
Aug. 23, 1871. 

112 SMITH, Kon of (42) Andrew and Eliza (Smith) Frost, 
b. April, 1821 ; m. Ann Barbour. 
Issue: 

244 Caroline; m. (108) Edw. F. West, son of (41) 

Harriettc (Frost) West. Live Chicago, 111. 

245 Oscar. 



Thomas Fbost Family 313 

115 ADALINE E,, daughter of Edward and (43) Hannah 
(Frost) Fitch, b, June 21, 1828, d. May 2, 1861; m. Wm. H. 
AndrcwA, 

Imuc (AndrcwM) ; 

246 Mnry K., h. Jan. 20, 1840, of SuHpcnHJon Bridge, 

N. y., in 1893. 

247 Grace B., b. Feb. 13, 1848, d. June 15, 1869, of 

Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 

248 Harriet E., b. Aug. 17, 1850, d. March 28, 1866, 

at Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 

249 Alice M,, b. Jan, 2H, 1853, of Schuyler, N. Y. 
•f250 I'Mw/inl F., b, July 1, 1855, of Saratoga Spring!, 

N. Y, 

251 Wm. D., b. Jan. 2, 1858, of Denver, Col., 1893. 

129 OI'inCLIA, daughter of (45) Stephen and Hannah 
(Onborn) Fro«t, b. Dec, 22, 1838; m. James McMurray, b. 
July 3, 1834, a jeweler of Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Iiiiuc (McMurray): 

252 Charl.x M., b. Aug. 4, 1856, d, Juno 26, 1858; 

(253) JamcH H„ b. Feb. 1, 1858; (254) Hattio 
E„ b, Jan, 31, 1860, d. Aug. 16, 1866; (256) 
Albert W., b, Dec. 16, 1866; (266) Clarence, b. 
Sept. 5, 1873. 

131 KIJZABETH C, daughter T)f (46) Archibald and 
Hanih (HogrrM) l'r(.».l, b, June 16, 1Ha5, d, J/in. 20, 1H01 s m. 
Barnet S.ifFord, b. Aug. 22, 1825, »l. Jan. 8, 1900, a farmer of 
Greenwich, N. Y. 

Issue (Safford) : 

-f 257 Charles B., b, Sept. 28, 1854, 
25H Leroy A,, b. June 24, 1859, d, Aug, 4, 1869. 

132 HTKrill'.N U,, son of (46) Archibald and Sarah 
(Rogers) Frost, b. June 5, 1827, d. Dec, 20, 1H90; m. Juliette 
M. Bcebe, b. Dec. 7, 1849. Lived Greenwich, N. Y. 

Issue : 

269 Alonzo C, b. Moy 23, 1867; m. Maude Searles. 

Issue: Mcrtic L,, Stephen R., Mabel A. 
260 Frank T., b. May 6, 1869. 



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261 Sarah L., b. March 6, 1873; in. Oct. 80, 1894^ 

Frank H. Robinson. 

133 ABHY K., (luuKhttr of (40) Archibald and Sarah 
(Rogers) FroHt, b. Aug. 19, 183^, d, Aug. 16, 1891; m. Jack- 
ion Rood, b. Feb. 21, 1829, d. June 11, 1896. 

Issue (Rood) : 

262 Atta Lauta, b. April 27, 1869, d. May 11, 1881. 

135 HATTIE A., daugl)ter of (46) Archibald and Sarah 
(Rogers) VrmU b, Sept. 2, 1842; m. Amos II, Oriffln, b. May 
28, 1841, (in auc'tiorM'cr, living Greenwich, N. Y. 

Issue (Griffin) : 

263 Estella C, b. Nov. 28, 1872, d. May 22, 1893. 

137 EDWARD F., son of (48) Ira and Sarah (Hogle) 
Frost, b. Sept. 29, 1833, d. Oct. 1, 1884; m. Atta M. Ames, b. 
Sept. 13, 18.38, d. March 12, 1907, us Atta M. Jones of 314 
Crousc St., Syracuse, N. Y. Edw. F. was a lawyer, residing in 
Troy, N. Y. 

Issue : 

264 Carrie E., b. Aug. 19, 18.57, d. Aug. 10, 1884; m. 

Aslmbcl Sproat. Issue: Cljiude Frost, b. April 
19, 1874. Resides Syracuse, N. Y. 

1.38 IRA, son of (48) Ira and Sarah (Hogle) Frost, b. 
Aug. 29, 1836, d. Sept. 16, 1897, at 3:30 P. M.; m. Mary F. 
Marshal, b. Feb. 10, 1844, d. Aug. 19, 1869. 

Issue : 

265 Emma, b. May 11, 1866; m. 'Clarence H. Joy. Is- 

sue: Verne G., d. 1891 ; Gerald C. 

266 Susie, b. :March 17, 1868, residing Bennington, Vt. 

Ira m. 2nd, Emily A. Mosher, b. Dec. 2, 1842. 
He lived Hoosick Falls, N. Y. 

139 GEORGE E., son of (48) Ira and Sarah (Hogle) 
Frost, b. May 10, 1842, d. Aug. 5, 1875; m. Ellen M. Twining 
and lived Troy, N. Y. 

Issue : 

267 WiUiam C, b. May 6, 1869. 

268 Harlow Q., b. Sept. 22, 1872, Uvm Buffalo, N. Y. 



Thomas Fbost Family 815 

140 JAMES H., son of (48) Ira and Sarah (Uo^;,-.^ o-t, 
b. Aug. 17, 1845; m. April 10, 1870, at Bennington, Vt., ';in- 
nah 11. lluMclI, b. Feb. 16, 1850. James H. is a commc/ilal 
traveler, living LanMingburgh, N. Y., and to whom the com- 
piler is greatly indebted for the larger part of his line. 
Issue : 

269 Frank R., b. Jan. 9, 1871, d. Nov. 12, 1876. 
+270 Hattie M., b. Sept. 2, 1872. 
+271 William H,, b. Nov. 27, 1874. 

272 IJcHHic L., b. May 17, 1877, d. Sept. 21, 1891. 

146 JOHN, son of John and (50) Deborah (Frost) Saf- 
ford, b. Sept. 9, 1843, d. Aug. 22, 1899; m. Elizabeth Rose. 
Lived Greenwich, N. Y. 

Issue (Safford) : 

273 Cfirroll, b. Sept. 12, 1873; m. June 28, 1899, 

Helena Sclfricdlam, who d. June 25, 1901. 

274 Frank, b. Jan. 18, 1880. 

147 MARY, daughter of (64) John and Augustine (Teft) 
Frost, b. May 26, 1846; m. James McComas, b. Feb. 20, 1842, 
a fanner, living Charleston, Coles County, 111. 

Issue (McComas) : 

275 Charles, b. Dec. 11, 1868; (276) Ora M., b. Oct. 

27, 1871; (277) Carrie C, b. Sept. 24, 1874; 
(278) Clarence E., b. April 24, 1880: (279) 
Albert R., b. Feb. 24, 1883; (280) Ruth, b. 
April 20, 1886; (281) ^lary, b. June 18, 1888. 

152 JOHN RAYMON, son of (57) Hiram and Martha 
(Cadwell) Frost, b. May 30, 1822, d. March 25, 1890; m. 
Mary M. Hinman, b. Nov. 1, 1828. Lived Albany, N. Y., con- 
nected with the "Albany News." 
Issue : 

+282 Hiram, b. Dec. 13, 1845. 

283 Nathaniel, b. March 20, 1847, d. Dec. 1, 1858. 
+284 Elizabeth, b. June 6, 1849. 

285 Charlotte, b. July 27, 1851, d. Aug. 9, 1867. 
+286 John R., b. June 12, 1853. 
+287 Van Buren, b. July 6, 1865. ^ 



816 The Fbost GENEALoay 

+288 Win. Bradford, b. Aug. 14, 1857. 

289 Ida MiUs, b. Dec. 12, 1860. 

+290 Albert A., b. Dec. 30, 1862. 

291 Carrie Jane, b. March 16, 1865; m. Thos. Nichol. 

Issue: Hazel E., Ida C. 

292 Ella Belle, b. Jan. 15, 1868; m. Joseph W. Shaw 

of Albany, N. Y. Issue: Esther B., b. Aug. 23, 
1892, at Springfield, Mass. 

293 Fannie C, b. .May 21, 1870; m. Lewis H. Knapp. 

Live Porter's Mills, Wis. Issue: Clayton L., b. 
1893. 

294 Frank L., b. May 21, 1870, d. Nov. 19, 1876. 

153 WILLIAM BRADFORD, son of (67) Hiram and 
Martha (Cadwcll) Frost, b. June 18, 1829, d. April 17, 1879; 
m. Mary Ann C. Bedell, b. April 29, 1833. 
Issue: 

+295 Wm. Bradfonl, b. Nov. 22, 1849. 

296 John Henry, b. Aug. 4, 1851, d. Jan. 6, 1869. 

299 Mary A., b. March 4, 1856; m. Augustus Porter. 

300 Albert Bcdcll, b. March 2, 1859, d. Dec. 19, 1868. 

301 Alida E., b. Nov. 2, 1858, d. Sept. 28, 1859. 

302 Thomas Lockrow, b. Jan. 25, 1861, d. Sept. 2, 

1861. 

303 George S., b. June 25, 1863, d. July 28, 1864. 

304 Frank Leslie, b. June 26, 1867; m. Lola D. Bur- 

linganie. Issue: Dorothy Chamberlain, b. 1894. 

163 HARRISON L., son of Robert and (60) Thersia M. 
(Frost) Kewin, b. March 17, 1841, d. Dec. 21, 1865; m. Mary 
M. Maxwell, b. Jan. 20, 1839. 

Issue (Kewin) : 

305 Mina L., b. March 25, 1863. 

306 Eva Maxwell, b. March 31, 1865. 

166 MARY ARMINTA, daughter of Robert and (60) 
Thersia M. (Frost) Kewin, b. April 2, 1848; m. Benjamin Van 
Amam Maxwell, b. May 16, 1847. 

Issue (Maxwell) : 

307 Eugenia A. 

SOS Benjamin Van Amam, b. Nov. 22, 1867. 



Thomas Frost Family 317 

309 William Robert, b. Jan. 1, 1870. 

310 Lila, b. Dec. 19, 1872. 

311 Rida May, b. Jan. 17, 1874. 

186 MERCY M., daughter of Smith R. and (73) Phebe E. 
(Finch) Morey; m. Wm. F. Pitts, b. Nov. 21, 1835. 
Issue (Pitts): 

312 Janet E., b. Oct. 21, 1865; m. Charles H. BedeU. 

Issue : Edna J., Frank W., Le Roy E. 

313 Charles M., b. Aug. 16, 1869. 

314 Susan A., b. July 1, 1874. 

186 CHARITY J., daughter of Smith R. and (73) Phcbe 
E. (Finch) Morey, b. Feb. 6, 1850; m. Ilosoa Deverenux, b. 
Nov. 25, 1851. 

Issue (Deverenux): 

315 Fanny M., b. Aug. 3, 1883, d. Feb. 21, 1884. 

316 Clarence H., b. May 9, 1885. 

187 ROGER WILLIAM, son of Smith R. and (73) Phebe 
E. (Finch) Morey, b. July 28, 1846; m. Emily J. Ambler, b. 
Sept. 20, 1846. Live N. Nassau, N. Y. 

Issue (Morey) : 

317 Smith R., b. Dec. 3, 1872; (318) Marilda E., b. 

April 26, 1879. 

193 JOHN E., son of (88) John W. and Sarah Jane (Pow- 
ell) Frost, b. Brockwayvillc, Pa., March 5, 1866; m. April 13, 
1887, Maude L. Fox. Settled in Ellcnsburg, Wash., in 1889, 
where he practised law, later was elected State Auditor, served 
two terms, was then elected State Tax Commissioner, in which 
capacity he now serves. Lives Olympia, Wash. 

Issue: 

318 Edgar Franklin, b. July 28, 1888. 

319 Mildred Livingston, b. May 15, 1890. 

320 Reuben Floyd, b. July 21, 1899. 

196 ORR WILSON, son of (88) John W. and Sarah Jane 
(Powell) Frost, b. Aug. 30, 1873, at Brockwayvillc, Pa.; m. 
Margaret D. Rossman, of Pittsburg, Pa., April 4, 1891. He d. 
Spokane, Wash., Sept. 15, 1907, and is buried there. 



*^® The Fbobt Gemealooy 

Issue : 

321 Rossman R., b. Oct. 24, 1893. 

322 Coral Inez, b. Sept. 4, 1898. 

T '^^.«^^n^'' ''" ^'^"ff''^*^'- °f («8) John W. and Sarah 
Jane (Powdl) Front, b. Rrockwayville, Pa., June 9, 1877; in. 
Harry Mick let h wait of Fredonia, N. Y., Nov. 7, 1902 Livei 
Tacoma, Wash. 

198 ELIZABETH ADA, daughter of (99) WiUiam H. 
and Annis (Powell) Frost, b. Aug. 22, 1869, at BrockwayviUe, 
Pa.; m. Charles J. Berg, Sept. 23, 1894. Lives Fredonia, N. Y. 

Issue (Berg) : 

323 Edith Lucille, b. Jan. 17, 1898. 

324 Fraruii., b. Feb, 11, 1900, 

fi^li Chrintinc Elizabeth, b. June 28, 1908. 

199 AIARY, daughter of (89) William H. and Annis 
(Powell) Frost, b. Dec. 15, 187.3, BrockwayviUe, Pa. Studied 
Art at Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, N. Y. ; m. Stephen PopofF, a 
Presbyterian minister, on July 30, 1902. Mary is a widow, 
living Fredonia, N. Y. 

200 ANNIS, daughter of (89) William H. and Annis 
(Powell) Frost, b. Feb. 1, 1876, at BrockwayviUe, Pa.; m. Aug. 
16, 1894, Fred A. Kellar, and resides Dunkirk, N. Y. 

Issue (Kellar) : 

826 Raymond, b. March 16, 1898; (327) Howard, b. 
Nov. 1.3, 1899; (,328) Frederick, b. Aug. 16, 
1902: (.329) Angeline, b. Oct. 22, 1904. 

202 HALSEY WILSON, son of (89) William H. and An- 
njs (Powell) Frost, b. BrockwayviUe, Pa., March 9, 1882; m. 
Elva Sibley of Lamison, Ala., Jan. 4, 1906. Livei Fredonia, 
N. Y., and is Secretary of Frost Gas Co. 

Issue : 

330 Mary Edith, b. Feb. 22, 1907. 

203 ANGELINE, daughter of (89) William H. and Annli 
(Powell) Frost, b. Oct. 22, 1880; m. Qcorae Moran, Nor. £9. 
1906. Lives Fredonia, N. V. 



Thomas Feost Family 319 

Issue (Moran) : 

S31 Thomas Frost, b. Jan. 29, 1908, 

206 DAVID K., son of (90) Hiram A. and lUioda (Ben- 
nett) Frost, b. Aug. 29, 1867, at Brockwuyvillc, Pa. ; m. Mar- 
garet Stahlman on April 27, 1887, and settled at Pigeon, Pa. 
£ngagcd in farming and lumbering. 

Issue: 

-i-332 Chester D., b. June 11, 1888; (333) Floyd H., b. 
March 3, 1890; (334) William Henry, b. May 
1, 1892; (335) Ruby Gertrude, b. June 24, 
1895; (336) Ward B., b. Aug., 1897; (337) 
Mildred Frances, b. March 16, 1903. 

207 AUTHUil A., son of (90) Hiram A. and Annie (De- 
valancc) Frost, b. Jan. 2, 1877, at Brockwayvillc, Pa.; m. Le- 
vada Walters on Nov. 29, 1900. Lives Duhring, Pa. He d. 
April 1, 1906. Buried Scotch Hill, Clarion County, Pa. 

Issue : 

338 Martha Avanell, b. July 24, 1901 ; (339) Edwin 
W., b. Nov., 1902. 

208 JOHN MARTIN, son of (90) Hiram A. and Annie 
-(Devalance) Frost, b. May 6, 1878, at Brockwayville, Pa.; m. 
Ethel Rice, Oct. 29, 1899. Live at Du Bois, Pa. 

Issue : 

340 John M., b. Feb. 6, 1902; (341) Marjorie A., b. 
March 3, 1904; (342) Max Weldon, b. Feb. 19, 
1907. 

211 WARREN ALBERT, son of (90) Hiram A. and An- 
mie (Dcvalance) Frost, b. July 1, 1882, at Brockwayville, Pa.; 
m. Mildred Crooks, June 30, 1903. 
Issue : 

843 Warren Everett, b. June 29, 1904; (344) Helen 
D., b. Sept. 24, 1905. 

218 DORA EMMA, daughter of (90) Hiram A, and An* 
flie (Dcvalance) Frost, b. June 9, 1886, Brockwayville, Pa., re* 
ifdcn Frcdonk, N. Y. Society Editor of Evening Obiervtr in 
Dunkirk, N. Y, 



SIXTH GENKRATION. 

250 EDWARD F., son of Wm. H. and (116) Adalinc E. 
(Fitch) Andrews; m. Ncluie P. Hartwdl. Lived, 1893, Sara- 
toga Springs, N, Y. 
I«5uc (Andrews) : 

345 Maria A., b. Jan. 28, 1887, (346) Grace B., b. 
May 30, 1889. 

257 CHARLES B., son of Bamet and (131) Elizabeth C. 
(Frost) Safford, b. Sept. 28, 1854; m. Ann Wright, b. July 16, 
1843, d. Nov. 27, 1892. He is a lawyer of Greenwich, N. Y. 

Issue (Safford) : 

347 Grace W., b. Dec. 20, 1876; m. June 18, 1902, 

Bertram S, Dickinson, and have one child, How- 
ard S., b. April 23, 1903. 

348 Carrie M., b. Aug. 13, 1879; m. Bert A. Tefft, on 

Sept. 24, 1902, and have one child, Mildred, b. 
March 23, 1904. 

270 HATTIE AL, daughter of (140) James H. and Han- 
nah R. (Russell) Frost, b. Sept. 2, 1872; m. June 3, 1896, 
Walter Ferguson of Lansingburgh, N. Y., b. June 29, 1873. 

Issue (Ferguson): 

349 Elizabeth Frost, b. May 26, 1900; (350) Clar- 

ence Walter, b. Oct. 31, 1902. 

271 WILLIAM IL, son of (140) Jamc» H. and Hannah 
R. (Russell) Frost, b. Nov. 27, 1874; m. Oct. 1, 1900, Anna 
E. Ostrom. 

Issue : 

361 Jamcn Edgar, b. Nov. 29, 1906. 

282 HIRAM, son of (152) John R. and Mary M. (Hin- 
man) Frost, b. Dec. 13, 1846, Albany, N. Y.; m. Sophia C. 
Miner, b. Oct. 24, 1853. Lived Connenville, IiuL Sophia waa 
b. Frankfort, Ind. 

820 



Thomas Fhost Family 321 

iMue. 

362 Perry Van Buren, b. Feb. 16, 1870, Rushvillc, Ind. 

363 John Raymond, b. Oct. 2.3, 1872, Rushville, Ind. 

364 Ida Milo, b. April 17, 1885, Conncrsville, Ind., d. 

June 27, 1886. 
366 Mary Ella, b. Sept. 21, 1887, Connergville, Ind. 

28* ELIZABETH, daughter of (152) John R. and Mary 
M. (Hinman) Frost, b. Albany, N. Y., June 6, 1849; m. Ebcn- 
(Wer Jones, b. Feb. 8, 1841. Lives Ballston Spa, N. Y. 
Issue (Jones) : 

366 Edwin Frost, b, Albany, N. Y., April 3, 1872, d. 
Aug. 26, 1882. 

357 Ida, b. Aug. 3, 1875, d. June 3, 1877. 

358 Carrie Elizabeth, b. Plymouth, Mass., March 28, 

1887. 

286 JOHN RAYMON, son of (162) John R. and Mary 
M. (Hinman) Frost, b. June 12, 1863; m. Frances Steuf (?), 
b. Feb., 1856. Lived Albany, N. Y. 

Issue : 

359 Frank, b. Sept., 1876; (360) Edith Estella, b. 

June, 1878. 

. 287 VAN BUREN, son of (152) John R. and Mary M. 
(Hinman) Frost, b. July 6, 1855; m. Malinda E. Bates, b. 
Jan. 27, 1864, Lived Albany, N, Y. 
Issue : 

861 Alton Van Buren, b. 8cpt, 1, 1876; (362) I^ola 
Louisa, b. Oct. 16, 1877; (363) Wilbor Els- 
worth, b. June 8, 1892. 

288 WILLIAM BRADFORD, son of (152) John R. and 
Mary M. (Hinman) Frost, b. Aug. 14, 1867; m, Nellie E. 
Mclims (?), b. Dec. 26, 1866. Lived Albany, N. Y. 
Issue : 

364 Carrie J., b. July 1, 1884; (366) William B., b. 
Feb. 17, 1888; (366) Lillie J., b. Jan. 12, 1890. 

290 ALBERT A., son of (162) John R. and Mary M. 



8SS The Fbost Geneaix>gt 

(Hinman) Frost, b. Dec. 30, 1862; m. Marion Blessing North, 
b. Brooklyn, N. Y,, Feb, 2, 1864. Lived Albany, N. Y. 
Issue : 

367 Albert II., b. March 25, 1888 ; (368) Chester Hen- 
ry, b. Oct. 26, 1889; (369) Clarence Lcroy, b. 
Jan. 15, 1891. 

295 WILLIAM BHADFOIID, son of (163) William B. 
and Mary A. C. (Bedell) Frost, b, Nov. 22, 1849, d. April 11, 
1884; m. Maria Uumsey, who d. April 27, 1886. 
Issue : 

370 Florence E., b. Dec, 26, 1872, m. Geo. T. Brack- 
enridge of Albany, N. Y., in 1893; (371) Grace 
Maria, b. July 12, 1874; (372) William Brad- 
ford, b. Oct. 11, 1878. 

332 CHKSTKU DKWALT, son of (205) David E. and 
J^Iargaret (Hlahlfrian) Frost, b. June 11, 1888; m. Husanna 
Sheely on July 3, 1909. Lived Pigeon, Pa, 

Issue: 

373 Dorothy Marlulinc, b. May 14, 1910, 

A FIIOST FAMILY SHOWING l)i:S( KNT FUO.M (11) 
THOMAS, SON OF (2) WILLIAM, 

This is another line also chiiriiing descent frotn above Tliom- 
as, and which the compiler believes to be a fact, but lias been 
unable to find any record of an earlier marriage of Thoma« 
than that given in No. 11. After considerable study of the 
above Thomas, the compiler is led to believe that he married 
prior to his marriage with Phebc Thorneycraft in 1757, and 
on that supposition the following short record is based. 

THOMAS, son of (2) William and Hannah (Prior) Frost, 
b. May 17, 1718, d. Dec. 11, 1782. Buried in old Frost Cem- 
etery, Oyster Bay. Married, Ist, (?). 
Issue: 

Thmnns, bap. at St. George's, Hcmpsteail, 170^; m, 
Elizabeth, daughter of Charles and Rosannah Thor- 
neycraft. Issue: Rhoda; m. Nicholas Week«; Anne, 
dec. prior to 1799; m. Wm. Coles. 



Thomas Frost Family 823 

Charles, b. 1755-6 on Long Island, a tailor at Oyster 
Bay; m. Nov. 7, 1782, Phcbc Harris, Issue: Thomas, 
b. Long Island 1786; Leonard, b. Long Island 1788; 
Hannah, b. N. Castle, N. Y., 1795; Charles, b. N. 
Castle, N. Y., Feb. 22, 1800. 
A letter from George W. Frost, written from Beverley, 
Mass., where he was in the Wood and Paper Box Business, 
under date of Jan, 8, 1881, says: "After Thomas and Lconani 
were born on Long Island, they moved to N. Castle, N. Y., near 
Chappaqua, and Hannah and Charles were born there. In 
1801-2 they moved to Newburg, N, Y,, where Charles, b, 1756, 
was taken ill with typhus fever and died in 1805, Charles, b. 
1800, always lived in Orange and Ulster Counties. In 1823, 
Charles, b, 1800, m. Asenath, daughter of Jonathan and Re- 
becca (Springer) Woolsey. In 1876 they moved to Berlin, 
Conn., where Asenath died April 16, 1876. He also says hit 
father often upokc of hi* brother Tliomas talking about Coui»in 
Caleb Frost on Long Island. Also, his father told hliu he 
remembered very distinctly his mother and his brother Thomaa 
going to visit relatives on Long Island," 

The above George W. Frost is deceased, but a daughter ii 
living in Colorado and also another one, Mrs, H. May Frott 
Dames, at Milton-on-Hudson. 

ANOTHKIl LINE FROM A THOMAS FROST. 

THOMAS FROST, who d, between 1774-1783, m. Phebe, 
b. July 7, 1764, daughter of Archelaus (Hercules, Ar'clcs) and 
Rebecca (Goulding) Carpenter. The compiler has been un- 
able to learn whom the parents of the above Thomas were, but 
there is a tradition in the family that his son Archelaus was 
bom and raised on Long Island and that the family were a 
"well-to-do" one, owning their slaves, etc., and that Thomas 
had a brother who went to Nova Scotia, 

Archelaus Carpenter was the son of Timothy and Phebe 
(Coles) Carpenter, and was li, N, Castle, N, Y,, April 23, 1734. 
Hi« wife Ri'bccca b. May 5, 1737, He was a tanner and cur- 
rier, and had a farm at No. Castle, and lived there during the 
Revolution. He wm a Loyalist and his farm was confiscated 
nnd he •ailed for Nova Scotia on ship *'Cyni8" in 1783, and it 



824 The Frost 6eneaix>ot 

is said he built the first house in Parrtown, now St. John's, N. 

B. He died July 15, 1810, and she died Dec. 19, 1812. Most 

of their children returned to the neighborhood of their old 

borne in No. Castle, N. Y. 
Issue: 

Archelaus, lived on site of old Croton Dam, Westchester 
County, N. Y., d. in Sing Sing, N. Y., 1867, about 84 
years. He had gone there visiting and as it was win- 
ter when he died he was buried there. His grave ♦• 
uniiiurkfd. lie rn. Adah Garrison, the daughter of a 
Uaptiht minister, of Croton Landing, and she is buried 
in Somen, N. Y., d. Dec. 18, 1859, aged 68 years 6 
months. 

iliii\itn\t, 
K/irah. 
John. 
George. 
Thomas. 
Issue of Archelaus and Adah (GarriHon) Frost: 

« John G., b. Sept. 28, 1821, d. Jan. 31, 1905; m., 1st, 
Caroline Milkr, Ikhuc: WillcH, b. I'Vh. 26. 1842. (he, 
no iKHUc; l''tt)ma, b. Nov. 2'}, IHi^; m. Moxcn Oser. 
Live OnHinirig, N. Y. ; Henrietta, d, inf., June 26, 
1849: Henrietta, d. inf., Jan. 13, 18.'34; Caroline, b. 
Feb. 15, 1858; m. Aug. Outhouse, live Croton-on- 
Hudson ; Cordelia, twin to Caroline; m. Frank Acker, 
live Irsington, N. Y., and have daughter, Ada. 

John G. ; m., 2nd, Hannah Scarlcs, Issue: John L., 
b. Dec. 4, 1865; m. Anna F. Hutchinge. Carpenter 
and builder, living Ossining, N. Y. Issue: Albert M., 
b. Oct. 2, 1896; Elsie E., b. Jan. 24, 1902; Dorothy 
F., b. Sept. 11, 1908. 

John G. m., 3rd, Sarah H. Clements. No issue. 
b Bernard, d. about 1870 in Portchester, N. Y., leaving 
large family, one son being George Frost of that place. 
Ann ; m. Jacob Tice of Peekskill and had Ella, m. Du- 
bois: Phebe, m. Wright; Julia, m. Voght; John. 
e Phebe, b. April 17, 1820, d. Dec. 26, 1894, buried Pat- 
terson, N. Y.; m. Oct. 6, 1861, Elijah, b. Nov. 1«, 



Thomas Feost Family 325 

1820, d. Oct. 21, 1860, son of Elijah and Rebecca 
Ann (Hoag) Dean of Brewster, N. Y, Issue: .John 
Emory, b. Aug. 28, 18.'53; m. Alzinc Decker and had 
daughter Zclla. Lives New Brittain, Conn ; Mary K., 
b. Dec. 3, 1858, m. Nov. 16, 1881, George Cooley, son 
of Henry B. and Catherine (Marthing) Dawson. Live 
New York City and have Estclle Marthing, b. Nov. 
26, 1882; Adclla May, b, July 17, 1884; George C, 
b. Sept. 19, 1887, d, July 20, 1804; Henry Barton, b. 
Aug. 1, 1889; Ralph Dean, b. May 20, 1898. 

UNCONNECTED FROST LINES. 

EZRA M, FItOS'J', adm, est, of Iuk faffier, Daniel A, Krost, 
April 12, 184Ji, Dafiicj liud hKc ll/uiii/ili /mil ddiiK'dcf Mfiry 
tJntw, H-lio wnit, Hi(! wif(! of 'I'liuddi-ux ,V1. Abbott of Redding, 
Conn. Adni. papcrn, I'oughkeepsie, N. V. 

DR. AARON FROST, d. 1870, aged 92; tn. Mehitable, 
daughter of Benj. Gamer of Bennington, Vt. They moved to 
Michigan, and later to Wisconsin. Aaron told his grandchil- 
dren about his old home on Long Island. Issue: Mumford 
Downing; Slieldon ; Nelson; Fielder; Chester; David; Benja- 
min Garner, Jr.; Minnie; Charity. 

Benjamin Garner Frost, who lives Spokane, Ore., gives his 
brothers and sisters as Mrs. A. F. Ward, Pleasant Home, Ore. ; 
Mrs. Clara F. Wilson, Portland, Ore. ; Miss Eva Frost, Charles 
A. Frost, Elmore Frost, all of Alcester, S. Dak.; Benjamin H. 
Frost, Cedar Falls, la. In this family also is Joseph Frost of 
Avoca, Wis. Mrs. Ward says her grandfather Dr. Aaron had 
brothers David, Solomon, and Joseph. 

WILLIAM FROST, in Regiment of Minute Men, Dutchess 
County, N. Y., in Revolutionary War under Col. Jacobus 
Swartwout. 

JACOB FROST, a Loyalist at Digby, N. S., 1784, with one 
child ten years old. 

JACOB and CALEB FROST esUtes confiscated Oct. 21, 
1T79. 



826 The Fbost Genealogy 

RACHEL FROST; m. 1841, Prince, son of Samuel and 
Dorcas (Wing) Benedict of Greenfield, N. Y. Issue: Levi, 
Samuel. 

MATILDA ANN FROST, d. March 14, 1837; m. Henry 
Rnrger, b. Sept. 3, 1797, d. March 20, 1867. Issue: Henry, b. 
Aug. 8, 1829; Samuel F., b. Oct. 19, 1832, lawyer. New York; 
Hester M., b. Nov. 9, 1834. Henry was a merchant. New York 
City, and resided Paterson, N. J. At one time Colonel of Reg- 
iment of Horse Artillery in Kings and Richmond Counties. 

REV. GEORGE WINSLOW FROST, b. Barrc, Vt., son of 
Leonard and Huldah (Bcche) Frost; m. Abigail Bemis, b. Dec. 
13, 1812. Issue: Carrie Maria, who m. John L. Marshall of 
Medina, N. Y. Rev. George was a Methodist Episcopal min- 
ister and later purchasing agent of Union Pacific Railroad at 
Omaha and at one time member of Nebraska Legislature. 

JAMES FROST, b. Farmington, N. Y., June 24, 1830; m. 
April 8, 1857, Gertrude, daughter of Lanson Dewey of Victor, 
N. Y. Issue: Victor; Fred L., living Michigan ; Dewey, of Vic- 
tor, N. Y. ; William. 

Extracts from letter written by W. A. Crawford-Frost Jan. 
6, 1893, then Rector at Merrick, L. I.: 

"My own name is William and my father's also. John and 
William are the names of tlie two oldest boys for as many gen- 
erations back as we can go on the Frost side of the house. I 
have heard enough of the Frost history from my grandmother 
to convince me that my great-grandfather was possibly the son 
or the brother of William who went to New Brunswick from 
Lo ig Island in 1783. I have heard my grandmother speak of 
Long Island, but always thought she referred to Long Island 
in the Ottawa River to which place my great-grandfather John 
Frost came, either during the Revolutionary War or during the 
War of 1812. It was then called Bytown and is now Ottawa, 
the Capital of the Dominion. He came from the States during 
fume war, and if there is a Long Island near Ottawa it was 
doubtless so called bj the Loyalist settlers in memory of their 



Unconnected Frost Lines 327 

Iioine. My grandfather, John Frost, also, when a young man, 
pushed up the island lakes to a place called Owen Sound, where 
he settled and where my father and I were both bom. We 
l.iicr moved to Toronto, though an exceedingly numerous fam- 
ily of Frosts arc still in Owen Sound. I came to Prince Edward 
Island and Nova Scotia four or five years ago, being curate of 
St. Paul's, Charlottetown, P. E. I. 

"I believe the Frosts originally came from Devonshire. My 
grandmother Frost is still living in Owen Sound, and the Frost 
homcNtead there, a handsome old itonc house on a hill, is called 
♦Sheldon Place.' " 

Line of Descent of William A. Crawford-Frost. 

JOHN FROST, bom about 1740. Came to Bytown (Ot- 
tawa) from Long Island. His son John, born shortly after 
1800 settled in Owen Sound, Ont. 

John Frost, the Third, bom about 1835, a barrister, still 
living in Owen Sound, and Wm. Frost, his brother, born about 
1840, removed to Toronto. 

John Frost, the fourth John, is a child about 10 or 12 years 
of age. 

William Frost above, bom about 1840, had two children, 
William, the writer, and John C, bom 1866, a merchant of 
Toronto. 

DR. THOMAS FROST, buried St. Andrew's Church yard 
at Richmond, Staten Island, N. Y., died May, 1875. Age, 93 
years 4 months 1 day, and Charlotte T., his wife, died Febru- 
ary, 1868, age 82 years 2 months. 

DR. JOHN FROST, b. Richmond, Staten Island, 1745, d. 
Washington, D. C, 1854; m., New York City, 1786, Catherine 
Barrowe and moved to Washington, D. C, then a wilderness. 
He was an intimate friend of Bishop Moore of Virginia. 
Issue : 

Catherine Barrowe, b. Aug. 9, 1788, d. Washington, D. 
C, July 6, 1846; m. Oct. 19, 1809, as his second wife, 
Henry Waring, b. 1780, d. Aug. 20, 1847, son of 



828 The Fbost Genealogy 

Capt. Spencer M. Ball of "Conn," Northumberland 
County, V'a., and Elizabeth (Waring) of Goldsberg, 
Essex County, Va. Their children were (Ball) : Lt. 
Wm. Henry, U. S. A., b. April 19, 1811, d. Sept. 10, 
1861, m. Nov. 10, 1857, Ehz. I., dau. of Gen. James 
and Ann (Pync) Baukhead, U. S. A.; John Thomas, 
b. March 1, 1813, d. Washington, D. C, April 15, 
1855, m. Oct. 8, 1836, Mary Scott, dau. of Charles 
Tyler, who d. 1886 and left Cath. Barrowe; Alice C, 
who m. 1859 Eli Duval and had Charles and John 
Thomas; Charlotte C, b. Jan. 3, 1815, m. Edw. L, 
Carter; Charles Edw., b. June 7, 1820, d. Pcnsacola, 
Sept. 9, 1853; Llewellyn Henry, b. Feb. 11, 1823, d. 
Washington, D. C, June, 18G3; Spencer I^Iottrom, b. 
May 28, 1826, d. Aug. 13, 1888, m. Lavinia Bateman; 
Caroline E., b. Jan. 3, 1829, d. Jan. 24, 1876, at Bal- 
timore, m. Prof. John E. Engclbrecht of Maryland 
and had Caroline Florence, b. Feb. 6, 1865, d. Nov. 9, 
1870. 

JOHN E. FROST, m. June 9, 1829, Elizabeth Lucy, b. Apr. 
17, 1811, d. Jan. 15, 1855, daughter of William F. and Lucy 
Eliz. (Ball) Carter of Fairfax County, Maryland. Issue: Fitz- 
hugh Carter, b. Nov. 19, 183*; Louise T., b. April 15, 1837; 
Elizabeth Barrowe, b. Aug. 23, 1833. 

JOSIAH, MESKEECK, ISAIAH, settled Frostberg, Alle- 
gheny County, Maryland, 1760-70. Josiah has son Meskeek, 
who had son John S., b. there and living there, 1881. A Josiah, 
b. Frostberg, Md., 1790, went to Knox County, Ohio, 1822, and 
had son J. W. Frost, of the Frost & Frost Work Shop, "Crafts 
and Arts,'* Dayton, Ohio. George W. Frost, of Cleveland, 
Ohio, is of same family. 

THOMAS C. FROST, banker, San Antonio, Texas, 1892, 
claims descent as follows: Two brothers, Thomas and John. 
Thomas had Micajah, Dr. Joseph, Thomas, Hezekiah, Joshua, 
Hannah. Dr. Joseph had Thomas, b. 1803, father of the above 
Thomas C. Thomas, the father, b. Dec. 29, 1803, d. Waco, 
Texas, Sept. 11, 1883, and besides the son Thomas C, b. Dec. 



Unconnected Fhoht Lines 329 

^1, 1833, he had son John, b. Aug. 25, 1843, d. Oct. 11, 187-i, 
in San Antonio, and daughter Sarah, b. March 3, 1851, who in. 
Samuel Maverick of San Antonio. Family said to have gone to 
Texas from New York. 

LULU FROST, daughter of Col. Thomas Clayborno Frost 
of San Antonio, Texas, m. June 3, 1885, Josiah Townscnd, son 
of Josiah and Hannah (Jones) Woodhull, b. Wading River, L. 
I., Oct. 3, 1853. He went to Texas 1874 and in 1904 was 
Vice-President of the Frost National Bank of San Antonio, 
Texas. Issue: Thomas Frost, b. June 2, 1887; Josiah T., b. 
March 16, 1890 ; Josephine Frost, b. April 27, 1894. 

JEDEDIAH FROST, named as inhabitant of Phillipstown, 
Dutchess County, N. Y., 1772-1782, in Lot No. 2. Member 
of Presbyterian Church of Doanesburg, town of Southeast New 
York, and agrees to pay toward the salary of Rev. Elisha Kent 
9 shillings, March 31, 1756. Ensign, Revolutionary War, May 
28, 1778. Sues government for damages done his fann during 
war. There is on file in White Plains the will of a Jcdcdiah 
Frost, calling himself of the town of Westchester, N. Y., dated 
Feb. 24, 1810, and proven June 6, 1817, naming wife "Ellinor" 
And younger son Thomas. Makes wife "Helcner" executrix. 

WnXIAM FROST, m. Salem Church, N. Y., to Millison 
Clark, March 16, 1760. This Millison died May 10, 1802, aged 
64 years, and is buried in the old Baptist Cemetery at Carmel, 
N. Y. 

WILLIAM FROST and Margaret Legrice m. St. Mary's, 
Le Strand, London, 1616, by "licence from the faculties." 

JOHN FROST m. St. Mary's, Le Strand, London, Eng., 
Jan. 11, 1626, Elizabeth Wright. 

JOHN FROST, m. July 24, 1802, Sarah, bap. St. George's, 
Hempstead, L. I., June 18, 1778, daughter Charles and Abigail 
<Eldred) Cornell. 

STEPHEN FROST, of Bath, N. Y., m. 1816, Thalia, 



SSO The Frost Genealogy 

daughter of SUphen Crane and widow of James Egglcston, of 
Southeast, N. Y. She has seven children between 1798 and 
1811. 

JOHN FIIOST, of Westchester County, m. Mary , 

and had John, who m. Sarah Lane and had Richard, Jesse, Da- 
vid, Joseph, Sarah, Phebe. 

SOLOMON FROST, one of the first settlers of Broome Co., 
New York, lived town of Windsor. Issue: Sheldon, Alberto, 
Edson. 

ABRAHAM FROST, will in Poughkccpsic, dated Nov. 24, 
1819, proven Dec. 7, 1822, says he is "of good old ngc." Wife, 
Jane. Issue : John A., Peter, Helen, wife of Isaac Picrson; 
James, Rebecca, wife of Ezra Thompson ; Hannah, wife of Jo- 
seph Nelson ; Mary, Susannah, Alida, Sarah, Catherine. 

THOMAS FROST, signed call to Rev. Ebcnczcr Knibloe, 
pastor of West Soc. of Phillipstown, now Carmel, N. Y,, Feb. 
18, 1756. 

SARAH FROST, b. Feb. 26, 1762, d. Nov. 29, 1824; m. 
Jeremiah, b. Oct. 1.5, 1755, d, Sept. 24, 1813, son of Jeremiah 
and Margaret ( Vanderbilt) Dodge. Issue: John, b. May 18, 
1799, d. Dec. 6, 1831 ; Jeremiah, b, July 23, 1781, d. Jan, 11, 
1860; Samuel; Margaret, b. Oct. 23, 1787, d. Feb. 23, 1863; 
m. Jan. 1, 1817, Cyrenius N. Dodge; Susan. Jeremiaii, b. 
1755, had a brother who was a Baptist minister, and he and 
wife arc buried in the churchyard at Salt Point, N. Y. 

HENRY D. FROST, of Burlington, Vt., b. Nov, 14, 1791, d. 
Erie, Pa,, Aug, 1, 1848; m, Jtdy 4, 1814, Abigail, b, Brtrnard, 
Vt„ Feb, 9, 1795, d, Hi'pt, », 1839, daughter of Amimnh Uirli- 
mond, IsKue: Henry F,, b, March 20, 1812; Laurixton, b, Dec, 
28, 1820; Rosamond, b. June 1, 1822, m. Oct. 26, 1842, 
Holmes Ives of Oakland, Wis. ; Alfred L., b. Oct. 6, 1830, went 
to California when X2 yean, returned and bought a 480-acre 
farm in Minnesota. 



Unconnected Feost Lines 331 

EDMUND FROST, in Revolution under Capt. Job Wright, 
First Regiment, New York, and in Second Regiment, under 
Capt. Jacob Wright. 

SAMUEL FROST, served "The Line," First Regiment, 
New York, Revolution, under Capt. Job Wright. 

HANNAH FROST, m. July 29, 1702, on Long Island, John 
Cooper, 

LEVI FROST, b. Allegheny County, Maryland (probably 
Frostberg), July 25, 1821, lived Danville, Ohio; m. Sept. 8, 
1876, Elizabeth, daughter of Stephen and Dinah (Farquhar) 
Butler, b, March 14, 1827. 

JOHN FROST, b. Oct. 3, ISl*. in Fayette County, Indiana, 
son of William Lawrence and Patience Frost, d. Indianola, la., 
Feb. 2, 1880; m. Dec. 28, 1865, at Brownsville, Maria Wood, 
widow of Benson Cock. 

ELEANOR FROST, m. March 20, 1796, William Wcndover, 
b. May 12, 1766, who d. West Farms, N. Y., May 24, 1812, 
eon of Hercules and Jane (Ruger). They had five children, 
bap. at Dutch Church, N. Y., among them Peter, on July 16, 
1798. 

EZRA FROST, living Danbury, Conn., in 1794, ndvcrtiso* 
for a journeyman and apprentice shoemaker. Had son Stod- 
dard in Norwalk, Conn., and son Daniel in New York and Dan- 
bury, Conn. 

EDGAR R. FROST, b. 1805; m. Abyina . Issue: 

Daniel W. ; Ann M. ; Florence E. ; Ellen M., d. young ; Edgar, 
d. young, 

JAMES FROHT, of Hancock County, Indiana, in. Harali 
Louise, b, 1833, daughter of James and Sarah (Wiggins) 
Trowbridge of Boone County, Kentucky, then of Hancock 
County, Indiana. 

GILBERT H. FROST, b. Tennessee, 1809, moved to Mis- 



332 Thi F»o»t Genealoot 

«ouri, where Iii* son Andrew Jackson Frost was b., 1833, who 
has a son Walter G. living Tacoma, Wash. Gilbert H. had a 
brother Elijah. Gilbert H. migrated across the plains with ox 
learns to Oregon in 1844. 

WILLIAM FROST, b. Dec. 6, 1791 ; m. Rebecca Wetzel, b. 
April 8, 1797, migrated from Winchester, Va,, to Wheeling, on 
Ohio River, where he was married. She was a niece of Lewis 
Wetzel, the well-known scout and Indian fighter. They finally 
located at St, Clairsvillc, Ohio, about ten miles wcHt of Wheel- 
ing, and hiul hnue as follows: Sarah Ann, b. April 13, 1816} 
Amos K,, b. S«pt- a, 1817; Daniel, b, Ftb, 23, 1819} Sarah, b. 
H.-pf, 13, IH^O; William I»„ b, K«b, 2, ^Hm Kli/abHh, b. Jan. 
II, ]H'U', AnnU', b, D«c 14, ]HUtii lUdhi-nuf, b, Fi-b. Hii, IHUH', 
Griffin, b. .March 14, 1834; Rebecca R., b. June 4, 1838; John 
L., b. Jan. 19, 1841. 

Annie Frost Ringer, living Siloam Springs, Ark,, is daugh- 
ter of Capt. Griffin Frost, and Smith Wickham, living Pitts- 
burg, Pa., is son of Catherine Frost, and Martha C. Frost, liv- 
ing Paducah, Ky., is daughter of William P. Frost. 

THO.MAS FROST, on board the St. John of London, bound 
loT America via St. Christopher, Oct. ft, WUli, aged HH yean. 

RKGI.N'OLI) FROST, of Tottncs, aged 1/5 years, on board 
•hip Itohert lionavcnture, sailing from Plymouth, England, to 
Plymouth, Mass., February, 1633. 

THO.MAS FROST. Far mark rcrorded Hempsteo/I, L, L, 
1722. Owns mill there Aug. 31, 1733. April 6, 1742, giv«n 
lil>crty with his father-in-law to set up a grist mill in Hemp- 
stead. Father-in-law named Nathaniel Oakley. April 17, 1712, 
one of the proprietors at Hempstead and shares in division of 
land, also given fifty acres at Hungry Harbor Neck. Aug. 12, 
1749, signs petition for new public highway. April 19, 1857, 
object* to paying for fencing the plains. April, 1762-8-4-5-6-7, 
Overseer ot Higliwayt. The compiler has reasons to believe 
thai thi« Thomas is of the family of William of Oyst«r Bay, 
but has been unable to prove the connection. 



Unconnected Feost Lines 333 

NATHANIEL FROST, of Hempstead, L. I., will dated July 
17, 1798, proven March 25, 1799, had wife, Elizabeth. Issue: 
James, the eldest; Israel; Mary, wife of Joseph Hall, and 
mentions uncles Henry and James Oakley, Probably Nathan- 
iel was son of above Thomas. 

ISRAEL FROST, brother of above Nathaniel, calls himself 
of South Hempstead, will dated Feb. 7, 1796, proven March 
19, 1796, mentions his brother Nathaniel's son James, not 21, 
and Mary and Israel, also brother Townscnd Frost and his 
children, Eli/.abeth, Mary, Piatt, and Isaac, and also unclc^ 
James Oakley. 

THO.VfAS FROST, named in will «f Nathaniel Oakley (who 
calls his wife Ead, all living in Hempstead, L. I.) as his son-in- 
law. This Thomas Frost has children, Isaac and Nathaniel. 
The Oakley will, dated Nov. 23, 1732. Isaac Frost, son ot 
Thomas, was a town officer in Hempstead, April, 1769-70-71, 
and his will was proven in 1784. His children were: (1) Eliz- 
abeth, who m, Thomas Merritt; (2) Nathaniel, who had wife 
Kli/abeth, anrl who mention* in his will of 1798 uncles Henry 
and JarficH Oakley, and Imm children, Jatiies, Mary, wife of 
Joseph Hall, anrl iHrad, urirn. ; (3) Aiiuwh, wIionc car mark wuh 
recorded May 27, 1706-7; (4) Piatt; (Ti) Townsend, who had 
children, Elizabeth, Mary, Piatt and Isaac, 

NATHANIEL FROST, son of Thomas, whose will was 
proven In 17H3, m. Nancy, daughter of John Stevenson, and 
had (1) Eli/atH'th, who m, a Langdon ; (2) Jacob, who m. 
Elizabeth and had Naf liarii«'l, VVilliain, Martin, CatlitTlne, 
Simons; (3) Thofnas; (4) John; (li) Stevens. The estate of 
Martin was athn. by Thomas Valentine, in Flusliing, April 11, 
1851, and Nathaniel waa not of age in 1802, 

Letters of Adm. were granted April 16, 1796, to Nat'l Frost 
on estate of Townscnd Frost of S. Hempstead, during the 
minority of the children of Maid Townscnd, son of Isaac. 

There were baptized in 8t. George'* Church, Hempstead, L. 
I., April 2, 1782, Isaac, Sarah, Mary, Amy, all children of 
Thomai and Elizabeth Frott. 



834 The Feobt Genealoot 

ISAAC FROST, of Hempstead, L, I., will dated Feb. 12, 
1784, proven July 21, 1784, mcntionn daughter Elizabeth, wife 
of Thomtt» Mcrritt of New York, an not living together; they 
were m, Dutch (:iinrth,.New York, 1781; aUo (ion», Ntttlmnlcl, 
Liroel, .Iuine«, I'latt, and Town<«end. 

NATHANIEL FIIOST, July 31, 1810, admini»ter» estate of 
Elizabeth Front of Hempstead. 

SEAMAN FllOST, of Hempstead, whose estate is adminis- 
tered by wife Catharine, Feb. 18, 1829. 

JOHN FROST, of Hempstead, whose estate is administered 
by wife Sarah, Aug. 8, 18.50, 

JOSHUA FROST. Frojti the Friends' Records at Esopiis, 
N. Y., Jonhii/i Froht receives removal certificate to Alum 
Creek, Ohio, Oct. 26, 1824. He lived back of Peekskill, N. Y., 
and is said to have had a wooden leg, and also that he had a 
brother who went to Ohio before he did. He had a daughter 
nam<-d Mrs. Rrcwer, and sons Jen-triiah and Holmes, The son 
HohfK'K married Zuba Barrett, His descendants tfiink he went 
to Oliio also, about 1847, Issue of Holmes and Zuba (Bar- 
rett) Frost: (1) Daniel, lived Cornwall, N. Y., d. about 1890; 
m. Ellen, daughter of Stephen and Martha (Cole) Haight and 
grand-daughter of Capt. John Haight of Revolutionary fame. 
She was living in Cornwall, N. Y., in 1910, 82 years of age. 
(2) Reuben, m. Caroline Fuller. She living, 1910, in Mattea- 
wan, N. Y. (.3) James, who d. at his home in Glenham, N, Y,, 
June 12, 1903, aged 74 years. He was bom Carmel, N, Y., 
and married Hannah, sister to the wife of his brother Daniel. 
He was buried in the Fishkill Rural Cemetery. He left two 
(biughliTN and ofic son, living in Matteawan, N, Y,, and one 
son and one daughter living respectively Hopewell and Fish- 
kill, N, Y., and one daughter living Woonsocket, R. I, (4) 
William, married two sisters named "Heady," (6) John, mar- 
ried Lizzie Williams, and she and two children in 1910 were 
living in Matteawan, N, Y. (6) David, died about 1898, mar- 
ried Susan A. fthaw. She and two sons living Matteawan, N. 
Y., in 1910, and one son, F. C. Frost, living Fishkill-on-Hudson. 



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(7) Robert, died April 1, 1906, married two sisters named 
llutcliinnon. The \iint wife and one datiglitcr living Muttca- 
w/in, N, Y,, 1910. (H) Laura, married George Scofidd. Lived 
Mattoawan, (9) Henry, married I'.mily Knapp, and nlie and 
some children living Matteawan, N. V,, 1910. (10) Sarah, 
married Andrew Terhosh. Both deceased prior to 1910. (11) 
Margaret, h, Nov. 19, 1847, married at Matteawan, N. Y., 
April 2^ lHfj4, llorafc Miles lliggn, h. Stormville, in I''i«hkill, 
N. Y., March 8, 1841. Tliey lived I'oiighkcepNie, N. Y., then 
Dwight, 111., then returned east. He died June 24, 1874, and 
she was living in Matteawan in 1875, but married later a Mr. 
Judson. She died and left three cliildren by her first husband 
and had one (deceased) by her second. 

THOMAS FllOST. Will filed in White Plains, N. Y., dated 
March 14, 1847, proven Feb. 11, 18.'50, calls liimMclf of town 
and county of Westchester, and wishes to be buried in Epis- 
copal Church yard. Mentions dauglitcrs Mary, wife of James 
Boity ; Abby, wife of Hanford Scofield; Ellen, wife of Benja- 
min Weeks of Fatrhogiic, L, L; also nephews and niece, chil- 
dren of Aaron Hunt, i, c, I/ott, James, Firman, 'J'homas, Da- 
vid Hunt. Also John Frost, wheelwright, of Went Farms, son 
of the late Samuel Frost; also Samuel, son of same, and James, 
a son of same, the latter living in Boston. Mentions John B. 
Frost, resifling at the mills of Peter Lorillard, and Nancy, sis- 
ter to John B. Also nephew, Peter H. Vandooer, and Peter's 
nister Jane. Also Hannah Gilmorc Frost, daughter of the late 
Samuel of West Farms, Mentions Ann, wife of John K. Wiir- 
ner. Wills homestead at Centreville, containing 14 acres, to 
John B. Frost. In codicil mentions Clara, wife of Abraham 
Miller of West Farms, N. Y, 

ABllAHAM FJIOST, figures in lawsuit in Hempstead, I,. I., 
May 3, 1674. May 24, 1682, gives 10 shillings toward su[)i)ort 
of minister in same place. Oct. 17, 1681, buys woodland of 
Harmon Jonson, in Hempstead. April 9, 1685, sells the same, 
and wife Susan signs. March 9, 1693-4, Susan Frost, Isaac 
Frost, and John Hcndricke sell to John Foster part of fifty 
acrci purchased by "her husband Abraham Frost" of William 
Thickston, located in Foster's meadows. June SO, 1684, Abra- 



^^ The Feost Genealogy 

ham and Susan witness to sale of land. April 10, 1754, an. 
Abraham Frost mentioned as having patent right, the north 
boundarj being Oyster Bay line. 

LINUS FROST, moved from Red Creek, Oswego County, 
N. Y., to Maumce, Ohio. He died about 1845. Ilud eluvcn 
children: .Jolin D. ; Samuel, living Saginaw, Mich,; Climcna; 
Jane: Kstlicr Ann; Louisa. His widow, with four daughters 
and two Bons loft Oliio and went to Saginaw, Mich., leaving 
Henry Frost and Mrs. Anninda Berry in Ohio. The six lived 
and died within the vicinity of Frost, Mich., and all had large 
families, John D. wan the man Frost, Mich., was named after. 
He died about 1895, and his son John S. lives in the old home 
with his mother opposite the old Frost Post Office, which is 
nine miles northwest of Saginaw City. The children of John D. 
are: Almeda, wife of Jeremiah Kennelly, Jr., of Saginaw, 
Mich.; Ella, deceased; Alonzo Linus; Charles H. ; John 8.; 
Ernest R. 

FROM ENDOltSKD LAND PAPERS, IN OFFICE OF 
SECRETARY OF STATE, NEW YORK, 

July 28, 1720. Affidavit of John Frost in relation to the 
southemiost part of a certain Island, called Mountsing Island, 
lying between town of Rye, County of West Chester, and the 
Sound, possession wliereof was delivered by John Vowells to 
Sands Oiiell in presence of said Frost. 

Nov. 24, 1766. Petition of Joseph Frost, John Sunpen» 
Benjamin Ramsdall, and William Vennard, in behalf of them- 
selves and their associates, for a grant of the township of 
Topsham. 

June 18, 1767. Petition of Robert Allen and William Her- 
ring, Sergeants, William Frost, Corporal, and eight privates^ 
for one thousand acres of land on Otter Creek. 

May 13, 1771. Return of the survey for Robert Allen, Wil- 
liam Herring, and William Frost for 600 acres of land on the 
east side of Lake Champlain (Pauton, Addison County, Vt.). 

HORTON FAMILY. 
Fint Generation, 
JOSEPH, b. Mouselj, Leicestershire, England. 



HoETON Family 337 



Second Geruration. 



BARNABAS, b. July 13, 1600. Will dated May 10, 1680, 
proven Southampton, L. I., March i, and confirmed Nov. 18, 
1681. Leaves to eldest son Joseph 10 sheep. To second son 
Benjamin the same. To eldest daughter Hannah Trevallc the 
same. To Joseph Conckling, son of his daughter Sarah, 6 
sheep. To third daughter Mary Budd 5 sheep. To third son 
Caleb 1 horse and one-half of all his right at Accabuck. To 
fourth son Joshua his house, land, etc. To fifth son Jonathan 
his dwelling house, etc. The new house shall be for wife Mary 
during her life. To youngest daughter Mercy Youngs 4 cows, 
bedding, etc. He came to America in the Sxcallow, 1633-8. 
Lived at Hampton, Mass. in 16'tO he was in New Haven, 
Conn., with wife and two children, and helped organize a Con- 
gregational Church, and later went with John Budd and eleven 
others to Southold, L. L They arrived there Oct. 21, 1640, 
and drew lots as to whom should be first to set foot on shore. 
It fell to Peter Hallock, and tlie place Iuih ever since been known 
as Hallock's Point. Barnabas was a magistrate for many 
years, and served several times as a member of the General 
Court held at New Haven. He built the first frame house on 
Long Island, and in 1875 it was still standing. It was a shin- 
gled house and has never been reshinglcd. He is buried in 
Southold, L. I., and his stone reads, "Here lieth buried the body 
of Mr. Barnabas Horton, who was bom in Mousely, Leicester- 
shire, England, and died at Southold, the 13th day of July, 
1680, aged 80 years." He brought his own tombstone from 
England. Jonathan G. Horton was the last Horton to occupy 
the old home. Barnabas lived there twenty years, his son Jona- 
than twenty-eight years, his son Jonathan sixty years, his son 
Lawrence and his son Jonathan fifty years, and lastly Jonathan 
G. fifty years. He (Jonathan G.) died July 3, 1873, and it 
then became the property of Rev. Mrs. Williams of Brooklyn, 
who was an adopted daughter. The old Bible of Barnabas ' 
Horton was in 1875 in the possession of Hon. Silas Horton of 
Southold. The captain of the Svallow was Jeremy Horton, 
who also owned the ship. 

Third Generation. 
JOSEPH, b. England, 1632, known aa Lieutenant ; m. Jane, 



338 The Fbost Gekealoot 

daughter of John Budd, who went to Southold with Darnaba« 
Horton, Joncph ■titled in Hyc, 1009. Selectman, 1071. Had 
several tons. 

Fourth Generation. 

JOHN, who died intestate in Rye, and Letters of Adminis- 
tration were granted to wife Rachel, Feb. 20, 1707-8. Rachel 
wa« the daughter of John and Mercy Hoit of Rye. The will of 
John Hoit is dated Aug. 29, 1084, and makes his wife Mary 
executrix. Mentions sons John and Simeon, and daughters, 
Wary Brown and Rachel Horton. 

Fifth Generation. 

DANIEL, b. April 23, 1692, at White Plains, N. Y., d. Dec. 
10, 1777; m. 1724, (H) Esther, b. Rye, May 24, 1704, d. April 

18, 1769, daughter of Lane. They settled immediately 

after marriage at Yorktown, N. Y. 

Sixth Generation. 

RACHEL, b. 1733; m. Captain Daniel, son of John and 
Sarah Wright His land bounded by those of Stephen Hop- 
kins of Crum Elbow, N. Y., and he and his brother Jacob pur- 
chased land in Courtland, May 22, 1762. A Captain Daniel 
Wright was enrolled in Queens in 1758, also 1760 and 1761. 
Embarked for Albany with 300 men May 14, 1759. Will of 
Captain Daniel, who m. the above Rachel Horton, dated Feb. 
18, 1777, proven April 26, 1781, calls himself of the Manor of 
Courtlandt, leaves wife Rachel use of farm and all personal 
estate during her widowhood, and afterwards to sons, Daniel, 
Mirnjnh and James, The land he purchased from George 
Booth where "Natlmniel IJnderhill now livef." to be sold. Leaves 
to his daughters, Sarah, Hannah, Esther, Fanne, Millicent, Ra- 
chel and Phcbe, forty pounds each when of age. Makes wife 
Rachel and her brother Stephen Horton executors. In codicil, 
dated third of third month, 1781, leaves his two sons, Micajah 
and James, what he left his son Daniel, whose estate was admin- 
istered by his brother Micajah Sept. 23, 1784, Daniel having 
died in Smithtown, L. L His daughter Phebe m. Jan. 17, 
1792, Gilbert Haviland, the fifth generation from the immi- 
grant William, (See Haviland family.) He did service in the 



HoRTON Family 839 

Revolution, but Plichc refuMcd n pcnuion hocaunc of her religion, 
being that of u •'FritruJ," 

Iwue of Daniel and llaclicl (Ilorton) Wright: 
Daniel, b. 1751, d. prior to his father. 
Micajah, lived Stcphcntown, N. Y., buried Somers, N. 
Y. Died Nov. 4, 1811, age 48 years. The llev. Silas 
Constant of Yorktown, N. Y., preached at his home, 
March 22 and April 2G, 1787. He is remembered by 
the family as "full of music." His will, dated Oct. 9, 
1798, gives everything to his wife Ruth for benefit of 
his children. He m. Ruth, daughter of Increase and 
Abigail (Crampton) Miller. She d. May 30, 1811, 
aged 50 years, and is buried in Somers, N. Y. 

James, m. Oct. 29, 1787, Elizabeth , who d. May 

1, 1805, aged 22 years 10 months 18 days. Buried 
in Somers, N. Y. 
Sarah, m. Jacob Frost (31). 

Seventh Generation 

HANNAH, b. March 14, 1757, d. March 24, 1808; m. Jo- 
seph Knapp, b. Jan. 10, 1754, d. Feb. 26, 1813. (See Knapp 
familj.) 

Phebe, m. Jan. 17, 1792, Gilbert Haviland, son of Gil- 
bert of Adams of Benjamin of William. He d. Feb. 
21, 1819. They had Esther, b. Feb. 27, 1794, d. 
1821, m. 1814, John Miller; Gilbert, b. Jan. 10, 1805, 
d. July 15, 1883, m. Sarah Ann, daughter of Moses 
and (147) Elizabeth (Frost) Knapp; Dnniel Wriglit, 
b, Dec, 14, IHOn, d. March, 1H77, m, Nov. 22, 1838, 
Laura 1). Moore, h. Sept. 5, 1810. He went to Chile, 
but returned. He was there Oct. 12, 183r, ; Sarah 
Ann, b. Feb. 10, 1810, d. Aug. 30, 1892, m. Benjamin 
N. Disbrow, of Brooklyn, N. Y. ; Ebenezer, d. Jan. 15, 
1834, went to Chile, wlierc his cousin, Samuel Frost 
Haviland (459), had gone, and he died there, noted 
for his great strength. 
Esther, b. Yorktown, N. Y., 1761, m. Jan. 26, 1787, by 
Rev. Silas Constant, Enoch Knapp. Among other 
children they had Prudence, b. Jan. 20, 1788, who m. 



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Jan. 1, 1807, Isaac, son of Hon. Wm. Horton, who 
was a brother to Rachel, the grandmother of Pru- 
dence. 

Frances, m. June, 1777, Hazard, b. Nov. 11, 1764f, son 
of John and Lydia Field, who moved from Harrison 
to Yorktown and died there, he in 1816, and she Jan. 
15, 1795. 

Millicent, b. Feb. 19, 1770, d. Oct. 14, 1847; ra. April 
30, 1788, (143) David, son of Ephraim and (87) 
Pliilena (Frost) Bedell of Yorktown, N. Y. 

Rachel, m. Abijah Field. 

Eighth Generation. 

WRIGHT, son of Hannah Wright who m. Joseph Knapp, m. 
Sarah, daughter of Samuel Towner, and Samuel Towner m. 
Pollj (Marj) Birdsall, daughter of James and Hannah (Akin) 
Birdsall. (Sec Birdsall family for Frost connection.) 

FEAKE— FEKE— FEAK. 

First Generation. 

JA^IES FEAKE, of Norfolk, England. 

Second Generation. 

WILLIAM, of London, b, Wighton, County Norfolk. Will 
dated 1595; m. Mary Wetherell. 

Third Generation 

JAMES, m. Judith, daughter of Robert Thomas of London. 
James was a goldsmith, and Oct. 5, 1639, a letter of attorney 
was granted to Tobyas Dixon, citizen of London, that he might 
Bell a tenement in Lumbard St., London, for estate of James 
Feke. 

Fotirth Generation. 

ROBERT, of Watertown, Mass., 1630, came over with Win- 
throp. He was made Freeman May 18, 1631 ; Selectman, 
1637-39-40; representative, 1634, at the first court, and 1630- 
86; appointed by the court Sept. 4, 1632, a lieutenant, under 
C«pt. Daniel Patrick, and united with him in the purchast of 



Fbakk— Fkkk — Feak Family 34i1 

Greenwich, Conn., in 1640. He signed the original covenant of 
Dedhum, Mass.; Nov. 23, 1638, he proposed to lay down iiis 
whole estate nt Dcdham for twenty marks of English money, 
when his lands were sold. It was agreed to. Aug. 7, 1639, he 
is called in the records of Dcdham "of Watertown." He sold 
his homestead there, a house and ten acres, to Thomas Bright, 
for sixty pounds, who sold it Dec. 17, 1640, to Col. llamborn. 

Mount Feake, in VValtham, was named for Lt. Feakc, as was 
also Feake Island on the ocean side of Virginia, but tlic latter 
name has been corrupted to "Fetches" Island. He died Feb. 1, 
1660-1, but married before the end of Jan., 1632, Elizabeth 
(Fones) Winthrop, the widow of Henry Winthrop, and daugh- 
ter of Thomas and Anne (Winthrop) Fones. Elizabeth, known 
as "Bessie," came to America Nov. 2, 1631. Henry Winthrop 
was the son of Gov. John Winthrop, and was drowned in the 
Salem River. Anne Winthrop, wife of Thomas Fones and 
motlicr of Elizabeth, was a Bister of Gov. John Winthrop. 

Robert Feakc died at the home of Samuel Thachcr, who dis- 
posed of his estate to defray expenses. 

Fifth Generation. 

ELIZABETH, the first child of Robert and Elizabeth, who 
became the second wife of Capt. John Underbill. (See Undcr- 
hill family.) 

HANNAH, the second daughter of Robert and Elizabeth, b. 
1637, m. John Bowne. (See Bowne family.) 

Sixth Generation. 

JOHN, son of Capt. John and Elizabeth (Feke) Underhill, 
m. Mary, daughter of Matthew and Mary Prior (Fryer). 

FROM "FRIENDS' " FLUSHING MARRIAGES. 

The second first day of yc 8th Mo, 1668 wo whose names are 
her under-written arc wittnesses yt at ye usuall meeting house 
of ye peoples of god in oysterbay, and in yc presence of ye 
publickc assembles there gathered yc they above sd, JOHN 
UNDERHILL and MARY PRYER Intending Marriage and 
haveing given notice thoir of before According to order did 



942 Tiie FaosT Ormcalooy 

then amJ theirc according to ye practice of ye holy men of 
God in ye Scripturcn of truth and after ye laws of god take 
each other for husband and wife and to live together in ye 
fearc of god faithfully soe long sa they shall live. 

Matthew I'ryer John Underbill 

Sam. Andrews Mary Underbill 

John fTeake 

Hencry Townscnd 

Mary Andrews 

Sixth Generation. 

ELIZABirrH, dau^liter of John and Hannah (Fekc) 
Bownc, in. John Prior (Pryer). 

Seventh Generation. 

MARY, daughter of John and Mary (Prior) Underbill, m. 
(S) Wright Fro6t, b. 1676. 

HANNAH, daughter of John and Elizabeth (Bowne) Prior» 
m. («) William Frost, b. 1674. 

HICKS. 

Firtt Generation. 

SIR ELLIS HICKS, who was knighted by Edward, the 
Black Prince, on the battlefield of Poictiers, Sept. 9, 1866» (or 
bravery in capturing a set of colors from the French. 

Second Generation. 
JOHN, of Tortworth, England, who d. 149*. 

Third Generation. 
THOMAS, ot Tortworth, m. Margarei Atwood, 

Fourth Generation. 
BAPTIST, m. Mary, daughter oi Jamet Everard, Eiq. 

Fifth Qmeration, 
JAMES, m. Phebe. 



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Sixth Generation. 



IIOBEIIT, a leather drc««cr of London, and anccBtor of tlie 
Ilicks family in America, arrived in Plymouth, Mass., Nov. 11, 
1621, in the ship Fortune, which brought over the parts of the 
families left behind the year before by the Mayflower. He m., 
1st, Elizabeth Morgan, and had Elizabeth, Tliomas, Jolin and 
Stephen, He m., 2nd, Margaret Winslow, who with her cliil- 
drcn, Samuel, Ephruim, Lydia and Phebe, came over in the 
ship Ann, which arrived at Plymouth in June, 1G22; and the 
family with two of the first wife's children, Elizabeth and 
Thomas, settled in Uuxbury, Mass., and the other two chiMrcn 
by the first wife, John and Stephen, subsequently settled in 
Long Island. Elizabeth Morgan was of Bermondesey Street, 
Southwark, London. 

Seventh Generation. 

JOHN, m. in England (London), about 1638, Horodius 
Long and had three children, Thomas, Hannah and Elizabeth. 

Eighth Generation. 

HANNAH, daughter of John and Horodius (Long) Hicks, 
m, in Newport, R. I., William Haviland, (For Frost connec- 
tion 0ce Haviland family.) 

BIJDD FAMILY. 

JOHN BUDD was in New Haven, 1639, as a Freeman. The 
first we know of him on Long Island !« in October, 1640, "Mr. 
Jones hath the lott granted unto him whicli wa»« formerly 
grunted unto John Biirld of Ye/mrork (Houthold)," In UUH 
"it. Is ordered that John lludd have granted hiiri 4 acres off 
new ground added to his other ground to make an H acre lot," 
In 1650 be Is mentioned at Southampton as owner of a water 
mill and running the same, and is called Lt. His name occurs 
there no more oftcr 1661. He moved to Westchester County, 
1660, on account of dome difUculty with his neighbors. The 
Dudd house U Htill Mtanding. In 1679 Lt. Budd sold it to John 
Hallock and it now belong* to Jonathan W. Huntting. 



^♦* The FtonT GKJtZAhooY 

John Budd figures in Indian deed* in Rye, May 10, 1673, 
and granted, 1681-2, a meadow in Rye to Jon. Horton. 

From Calendar of N. Y. Col. Ms. Indorsed Land Papers in 
the office of the Secretary of State: 

April 29th, 1666. Indian deed to John Budd of a tract of 
land in Westchester Twenty English miles west of Apanam is 
bounded on the south by Westchester Path and the East by 
Blind Brook on the west by Mamorinack River and on the north 
bound are sixteen English miles from the Westchester Path up 
into the country. 

June 17, 1720, A iK-tition of Capt. Jo«cpli Budd and other* 
praying for confiniiation for a tract of land in the township of 
Rye, known as Budd's neck, bounded on the east by Blind 
Brook and .Mill Creek, on the north by the WestChcster Road 
and Harrison's Patent, on the West by Mamarroneck River or 
harbour and on the south by the sound, containing 1250 acres, 
together with the small island lying in the Sound over against 
the aforesaid lands, one quarter miles from shore, called Henn 
Island, containing ten acres, all of which lands were included in 
purchase made by John Budd (dec) under a license from the 
Colony of Conn, of a tract of land lying on the main shore, then 
called Apanammis, butted and bounded on the cast with a river 
called Mock»iquams, and on the south by the sea, against Long 
Island, and on the west by a river called Pockotessewacke. 

July 7, 1720. Petition of Capt. Joseph Budd and others for 
a patent of confirmation for 1500 acres of land in the town of 
Rye, Co, of Westchester. 

July U, 1720. Report of Joseph Budd, upon petition of 
Daniel Purdy and others in relation to land in the township of 
Rye, 

Dec, 21, 1721. Petition of Joseph Budd and others prayinjf 
a patent of confirmation for a tract of land called the White 
Plains. 

March 10, 1722. Description of survey of 4435 acres of 
land, Co. of West Chester commonly known by the name o( 
White Plains, laid out for Joseph Budd and others by Cad- 
walkdcr Colden. 

Joseph, son of Barnabas Horton, married Jane, daughter of 
John Budd. (See Horton family.) 



SIMPKINS FAMILY. 

In 1636, April 14th, Nicholas Slmpkins was brought before 
Gov. Winthrop for "braving Lt, Morris and telling him in 
public that he lied. lie confcsnod but refused to acknowledge 
it an a fault or to ask pardon." He was committed and on the 
16th, upon his submission and acknowledgment that he had done 
ill, "we took his bond of twenty pounds to appear at the next 
court and left him at liberty. Besides he was ill and we feared 
lie would grow distracted." 

Nicholas Simpkins on March 5th, \6iO, ordered by the Court 
at Yarmouth with Philip Tabor, to be added to the Commission 
to make an equal division of planting land. 

Nicholas Simpkins, tailor, when in Boston, 1634<, was made 
First Captain at Castle in the harbor. 

Aug. 28, 1636, Sebastian Paulina was brought over by Mr. 
Simpkins to be bound out to Mr. Robert Kcayne for ten years, 
but because he was a nephew of Mr. Simpkins it was decided he 
had no power to apprentice him. 

Nicholas moved in 1638 to Yarmouth, back to Boston in 
1649, and was of The Ancient and Honorable Artillery in 1650. 

His wife was Isabel . 

Feb. 6, 1645, Nicholas and wife Isabel living in "Bastablc," 
probably meant for Barnstable, sells to Thomas Boardman of 
Yarmouth their plantation of fifty-five acres. 

March 1, 1648, Nicholas Simpkins of Scituate, New Ply- 
mouth, sells to John Williams, Jr., all houses, bams, thirty 
acres of upland and thirty of meadows. 

April 4, 1649, Esbell ( ?) Simpkins, the wife of Mr. Nicholas 
Simpkins, releases her third in same. 

Among the historical collections in Plymouth, Mass., may be 
«een an ancient deed given by Nichols* Simpkins to Andrew 
Hallei of Yairoouth, bearing date 1644. 

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^^ The Frost Genealogt 

Pnor to 1658, Nicholas appears on the town records of Ojs- 
ter Baj, L. I., where he sells to Gideon Wright seven acres near 
Sagamore HiU. 1658, he buys house and lot of Eleazer Lcver- 
ich. 1668 he testifies to the ownership of a lot belonging to 
Anthony Wright. 1678, he buys of the Indians "the wester- 
most little Island," now Dosoris. He gives this island to his 
daughters, Sarah and Mary, and their husbands, Wm. Wilson 
and Samuel Tiller, and with them in 1687 assigns the title to 
Thomas Wall in exchange for land at Great Neck. 1668, he 
was one of the proprietors under the Musketa Cove Patent. 
1687, named in the will of Francis Weeks as husband of hi» 
daughter Elizabeth. 

He m. Elizabeth, daughter of Francis Weeks, and had Phebe, 
who m. Benjamin Coles, and whose daughter Jemima m. (4) 
W'llham Frost; Daniel; Mary, who m. Samuel TiUear (see 

TiUear family for connection) ; Ezekiel, who m. Sarah 

Sarah, who m. William Wilson. * 

WINTHROP. 

Fint Generation. 

ADAM WYNTROPE, lived at Lavenham, County Suffolk, 
England. The parish register of this place began 1568. He 
m. Joane Burton early in 1498. 

Second Generation. 

ADAM, b. Oct. 9, 1498, d. Nov. 9, 1562. He left his father's 
home at seventeen years of age and went to London, where he 
bound hmiself to Edward Altham as an apprentice for ten 
years. Altham was « cloth-worker and became later Sheriff of 
Ix)ndon .n 1531. Adam in 1526 was granted the freedom of 
the city of London and Groton Manor in 1544, whither he re- 

!l!^«..^y''*°"' '^^^^'•' '"''' "^""^'^ *^*^'' ^^"^ English homes of 
the W.nthrops. He m., 1st, Nov. 16, 1527. Alice Henny or 
Henry ; 2nd ,n 1634, Agnes Sharps, b. 1616, d. May 13, 1565. 
daughter of Robert Sharpe of Islington. After the death of 
Adam h,s widow m. William Mildmay, and her step-son m. Alice 
Winthrop. 










AdA3{ WlMTimOl', OF CillOTON, EXOLAND. 

Born, 1408 Died. 156j 



WiNTHEop Family 847 

Third Generation. 

ADAM, son of Adam and his second wife, was their eleventh 
child, although one previously born had been named Adam and 
died. Adam was b. Aug. 10, 1548, d. Groton Manor, 1623, 
buried March the 28th. He was a lawyer and county magis- 
trate. He m., 1st, Dec. 16, 1574, Alice, daughter of William 
Still of Grautham, Lincolnshire, and sister to Dr. John Still, 
then master of Trinity College and afterwards Bishop of Bath 
and Wells. She and her first born child died Dec, 24, 1577, and 
were buried together in Hadlcy Church. He m., 2nd, Feb. 20, 
1679-80, Anne, daughter of Henry Browne of Edwardstone, 
who was a clothier and who had wife Agnes, who d. Dec. 17, 
1690. Anne died April 19, 1629. 

Fourth Generation. 

ANNE, the second child of Adam and Anne (Browne) Win- 
throp, b. Jan. 16, 1585, d. May 16, 1618. On July 22, 1587, 
she returned to her father's from a visit to her Uncle Mild- 
may's ; May 10, 1602, she had a new gown brought from Lon- 
don. Feb. 23, 1604-6, THOMAS FONKS came to her father's 
house; Feb. 25, 1604, they were married; Feb. 27, 1604, they 
departed towards London; Sept. 2, 1604, she was at Ipswich 
attending the marriage of the maid of her father's cousin 
Sparrow; May 8, 1605, she visited her father and departed 
from home May 23, being there at the marriage feast of her 
brother John, May 9th. Aug. 1, 1605, John visited his father 
at Groton. Thomas Fones d. April 25, 1629. 

Fifth Generation. 

ELIZABETH, known as "Bessie," first married her own 
cousin, Henry Winthrop, on April 25, 1629. He was born at 
Groton, England, and died July 2, 1630, being drowned in 
Salem, Mass. Elizabeth came to America with Margaret, wife 
of Gov. John Winthrop. She m., 2nd, ROBERT FEKE. 
(For Frost connection see Feakc family.) 

Adam Winthrop, father of Gov. John Winthrop, in his diary 
(appendix to Life and Letters of John W., Vol. I), under date 
of 1696, makes this entry: "The 16 of flTcb. Sarah Winthrop 
was married to John Froste." Under date of 1603 the follow- 



948 The Fsoit Oskraloot ^ 

ing: "The day of October Sarah my cosen Frostes wife 

died." 

L'STRANG FAMILY. 

The name of DANIEL STRANG appears (age 37) in linti 
of inhabitants of New UocIr)Ic, N. Y., Sept. 5, 1G98. He was 
bf)m about IGOl and died 1707. His will \n datrd Drc, 10, 
17(K), mid |>rov»f, K.b, 11, 1707. J'rior to IflHH Daiih-I, hcUnf 
a Iliigticiiot, had fled froiri I'ariN to ICriKlaiid, where he licM a 
Lieutenancy in the guard of James the Second. He had mar- 
ried CHARLOTTE, daughter of Francis Hubert, and she had 
succeeded in getting out of the Paris gates by the rune that 
they needed wood and left a two-year-old son behind as hostage. 
She fled to her husband in England, and later he sold his com- 
mission and came to America, landing in New York and going 
to New Rochelle. He purchased a farm, but, having little 
knowledge of tilling the soil, he sold it and became an innkeeper 
and a storekeeper at Rye, where he died. In 1740 a man ap- 
peared, claiming to be the son whom Charlotte left behind her 
in Paris, but he could not prove his claim and so returned to 
France. In a letter of James the Second, under date of March 
21, 1688, addressed to Attorney General authorizing issuing of 
warrants of denization to French exiles, appear the names of 
Daniel I>e Strang and wife Charlotte, with children, Peter, 
Matthew and Mary Anna. These children must have been left 
behind, as there is no trace of them in this country. Daniel 
was ruling elder in the Reformed French Church in New Ro- 
chelle, and also a Lieutenant of Infantry. Charlotte (Hubert) 
Lc Strang was bom about 1656 and died in Rye about 1732. 

'i'hc fifth child of Daniel and Charlotte Le Strang was 
CHy\RLOTTlC, bom 1693, who married, as liis second wife, 
ROGER PARK, and their daughter CHARLOTTE married 
Benjamin Haviland. (See Haviland family.) 

DANIEL LE STRANG, the fourth child of Daniel and 
Charlotte, bora 1692, died 1744, married Phebe Purdy, and 
moved from White Plains to Cortland Manor and purchased 
three farms. Their second child, FRANCIS, born 1726, died 
1816, married ELIZABETH HYATT, daughter of John of 
Yorktown, and sister to SARAH, who married David Frost 
(M). 



L'Stbano Family 3i9 

The family name had by this time become to the members 
simply "Strang," and we find Elizabeth, sister of Francis, mar- 
rying Joseph, the son of the Rev. Samuel Sackett of Yorktown, 
and Joseph, a brother, marrying Jemima, daughter of Joseph 
Budd of Hyc, thereby again uniting the pioneer families. 

The will, of Daniel J'Strcing," dated Dec. 16, 1706, says he 
j« of Uyv, Wcstchrstfr (Jouidy, and rails himself "Oenllrman," 
Ji'dvcw «'V»'i'yllil(ig lo hU wlf«< Cli/iilollc, and twnkcn ln^r nolw 
exetiitrlx. J'rovcn Feb, 11, 170/5 6. 

Daniel was a witness to the will of Jean Machet of New Uo- 
chelle, dated April 17, 1694, and signed after his name, "Jus- 
tice of the Peace." 

The will of Charlotte "Streing," dated Oct. ^0, 172^, and 
proven Jan. 31, 1723-4, calls herself a widow and leaves to her 
eldest son, Daniel, her large French Bible and ten shillings. 
Mentions also Luisan (Louise) and Charlotte and David, chil- 
dren of her eldest daughter Luisan Forgee, deceased. Gives 
her wedding clothes to her three daughters, Clorinda, wife of 
Samuel Purdy ; Charlotte, wife of Roger Park ; Mary Prudence^ 
wife of John Budd. Gives her grandson, Henry Streing, a lot 
purchased from George Lane of Rye. 

The French (still existing) Marquises de I'Estrange bear a 
similar coat of arms to the above family. So do the Strangs of 
the English gentry, one branch of whom is connected with the 
early Stanleys, Earls of Derby. The arms in the latter case 
arc identical, denoting clearly the existence of but one stock, 
both in France, England and America. 

FONES FAMILY. 

F0WNE8, Devonshire, resident in that county for more than 
two centuries. 

First Generation. 

WILLIAM FOWNES, of Saxby, Esq., m. Hyelton, 

daughter of Robert Knight, who must have lived about A. D. 
1400. They had a son George Hyelton. 

Second Generation. 

GEORGE FOWNES (of William) m. Milbranck, 

daughter of Milbranck of Malpas. They had a son William. 



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Third Generation, 



WILLIAM FOWNi:S or FONKS, of Saxby, m. Tel- 
ham, daughter of Telham. They had a son John. 

Fourth Generation. 

JOHN FONES m, Bradley of Ucdham, They hod a 

«on Jolin. 

Fifth Generation. 

JOHN FONES m. Lewell, daughter of Lewell of 

Lewell. They had six sons: Robert, JOHN, Thomas, Humph- 
rey, Nieholas, William. 

Sixth Generation, 

JOHN FONES was of Bedford in the Parish of Bromsgrovc, 
now I3rown»grovc (?) Worcestershire. He had three loniS 
William, Thomas, Uieluird. 

Seventh Generation. 

THOMAS FONES, son and heir of John. 

THOMAS, citizen and apothecary of London, England, at 
the Three Fawns, Old Bailey, in 1628, died April 16, 1629. 
Married Feb. 25, 1604- .5, Anne, daughter of Adam and Anne 
(Browne) Winthrop, of Groton, and sister of our Puritan 
governor, John Winthrop. She died May 16, 1618, and he m., 
2nd, Aug. 28, 1621, Priscilla, daughter of John Burgis, D.D^ 
and widow of Bezalicll Shearman. 

Their second daughter and child was ELIZABETH (by first 
marriage), b. Jan. 21, 1609-10, who for her second husband 
married ROBERT FEAKE. (For Frost connection and de- 
scent see "Feake" family.) 

WICKES— WEEKS. 

JOHN WICKES (Weeks), a tanner from Staines, Middle- 
sex County, England, aged 26 years, sailed from London in the 
Hopevell September, 1635, with wife Margaret, aged 28 years, 
and daughter Anneje, aged one year. He lived in Plymouth, 
where he was made a Freeman Jan. 8, 1696. On April 80, 



WicKKs — Weeks Family 361 

IflHy, lie 1« one of Ihirl.)' to «ul)«(:rlbc to a «cttl<;mcnt of New- 
port, II. I. He was kilU^d by the Indians in 1070. 

Roger Williams, a young preacher who came to America in 
1631 and settled at Salem, Mass., was the first to teach here 
that every man had a right to worship God as he saw fit. The 
Puritans censured him and pronounced him unwound in his judg- 
ment, and on Win election hy the j)cof)le of Salem as tlicir pastor 
a tract of land was withheld from them hy the Huston council 
by way of punishment. This was followed by a spirited remon- 
strance from Williams and his congregation, in consequence of 
which Salem was disfranchised by the next General Court. 
Frightened at this, the sup[)orlers of Williaiiis submitted, and 
lie w;ts left to advocate his cause alone and the Jloslon aiilliori- 
ties ordered that he be sent bock to Kngluiid, but before the 
sentence could be executed he was beyond the limits of the 
Colony, and for fourteen weeks he and his companions wandered 
uniid the deep snows of winter and at last reached tlie wigwams 
of the Wampanoags, who received him kindly and in the sum- 
mer he obtained from the Narragansetts a tract of land on the 
bay called by their name. Here with liis five companions he 
commenced a settlement which he named Providence. In his 
trial before the court he said, "My soul's desire was to do the 
native good, and to that end to have their language, and there- 
fore desired not to be bothered with English company, yet out 
of pity I gave leave to William Harris to come along. I also 
consented to John Smith, miller of Dorchester (banished also) 
to go with us, and at John Smith's desire to a young fellow 
named FRANCIS WEEKS or WICKES, as also to a lad of 
Richard Waterman's." 

In 1637 we find Francis Wickes one of thirteen to subscribe 
for the settlement of Providence, and in 1640 he was Secretary 
of the Colony. 

March 31, 1647, he has four children baptized in the Dutch 
Church in New York: Samuel, Jan, Joseph and Elizabeth, and 
in 1648 wc find him at Gravesend, N. Y. 

July 9, 1661, he ha» two more children baptized: Annetje 
and Thoma*, and on Nov. 24, 1662, a son. Jacobus, baptized in 
fame church. 

March 17» 1607* he was chosen Selectman for Hempstead^ 
L. I. 



S32 The Fkost Genealogy 

Jan. 16, 16i58, he ha« four cow« liotcd in Hcmp»tcatl a» bcinpf 
of the "went herd" kept by Etlw. Sprag. 

About tills time the "Fricndh" made great inroads on Long 
Inland, and on April 18, 1658, we find Elizabeth (Luther), wife 
of Franci* Weck», denounced and fined by the Court of Magis- 
trat<»i at HempMi/ul, L, I., for frerjiienting "Quaker nweting/i 
h«ld in »!»«• woodn," Hhorlly aft«'r Hiiw tlcy lora»«<l id OynUr 
Uny, wJM'r*' Ik- w«i. a fr< (holder in lOOL On lOlh of 8ih uioritli, 
1070, he HJtneohcx the marriage of John Tilton, Jr., and Alary 
Coates at Oyster Bay, 

His wife was EHzabeth Luther, whom he married in Rhode 
Island, and their daughter Elizabeth, who was baptized in 
1647, married Nicholas Simpkins. Mary, daughter of Nicholas 
and Elizabeth (Weeks) Himj)kins, m, Hept, 26, 1678, Hamucl 
Tillear (Tilley), of Matinccock, who lived near the Frost sct- 
tlenjent, and had a son David. Whom David married is not 
known to the compiler, but his daughter Phebe, b. 1710, m. (7) 
John Frost, b. 1708, son of (2) William and Hannah (Fryer) 
Frost 



BOWNE FAMILY. 

THOMAS BOWNE, b. 1695, baptized July 25, 1595, Mat- 
lock, Derbyshire, England, d. Sept, 18, 1677, Flushing, L. I.; 
came to Flushing from Boston in 1651. 

JOHN, his son, b. May 9, 1627, at Matlock, England, bap- 
tized in parish church there May 29, 1627, probably came to 
Boston with his father, but returned to England and reached 
Boston again in July, 1651. 

In August of the same year he settled in Flushing, L. I. He 
built his home there in 1661 (see picture facing page 228), and 
d. there Dec. 20, 1695, buried on the 23rd. He m., Ist, on July 
7, 1656, HANNAH FEKE, daughter of Robert and Elizabeth 
(Fones) (Winthrop) Feake. He m., 2nd, 1679, Hannah Bick- 
ersUff, who d. June 25, 1690. He m., 3rd, 1693, Mary Cock, 
daughter of James and Sarah Cock of Matinecock. 

By hit first wife he had a« his second child, ELIZABETH^ 
b. Oct. 8, 1658, d. Oct. 14, 1721, who tn., l«t, Nov. 2, 1678,. 
John Frier of Killingworth, L. I. John Frier d Feb. 1, 1698, 



The Bowne Family 353 

and his widow m. Samuel, ion of Edw. and Martha (Washburn) 
Titu», 

HANNAH, daughter of John and Elizabeth (Bownc) Prier, 
m. (2) William, son of William and llobccca (Wright) Frost.. 

JOHN IJOWNE, born 1027, nan of 'I'homus in the yvnr of 
III* marriage to nuririah Keake wnn not a I'Viend, but Hannah 
hfcnwv. arqiialrifcd with them An they were holding their iiicet- 
ingH in the woods, and «he soon became a member. Her hus- 
band attending one of these meetings with her, became deeply 
impressed, and he soon joined them, and for some time there- 
after the meetings were held at his house, and the following is 
taken from the old Dutch Records now preserved in Albany: 

"Complaints made 24th of Avigust, 1GG2, by the magiHtrates 
of Flushing, that many of the inhabitants are followers of the 
Quakers who hold their meetings at the house of John Bowne." 
An ordinance of the West India Company of 1662 provided 
that "Besides the Reformed religion no conventicles should be 
holden in houses, bams, ships, woods, or fields, under the pen- 
alty of fifty guilders for the first offense, double for the secondj 
and arbitrary correction for every other." 

Consequently, John Bowne was arrested on 9th month 1st 
day, 1662, and was taken prisoner to Fort Amsterdam, and on 
the 14th of the same month the following judgment was en- 
tered: "Because John Bowne, at present prisoner, dwelling at 
Flushing, L. I., has made no scruple in vilipendation of the or- 
ders and mandates of the Director General and Council of the 
New Netherlands, we do in justice to the high and mighty 
states of the United Provinces and the Administrators of the 
West India Company of the Chamber of Amsterdam, having 
heard of the demand of the substitutes, and the acknowledg- 
ment of the prisoner, have condemned and do condemn the said 
John Bowne by those present — Boete — 5 and 20 pounds Flem-^ 
ish with the charges of the Justician and with express admoni- 
tion and interdict to abstain from all such forementioned meet- 
ings and conventicles, or else for the second boete he be con- 
demned in a double boete, and for the third boete to be ban- 
lihcd out of this Province of New Netherlands." 

John refused to pay the fine and was confined in a dungeon, 
kept on bread and water, and no person wa« allowed to speak 



3i54 TjfK FiioxT OKNKAi.oatf 

to him. An tluH <Ji(l not Hccrri to tliuri;:^c lii» mind, he wan taken 
to Stadthaus and put in the prihon room there, and was allowed 
to see his wife and friends. The Court then notified him that 
they had resolved that he must pay his fine or be sent out of 
the County-, or he would be set free if he would promise to leave 
the country in three months. He remained firm in his purpose 
not to compromise his principles. On the 21st of the 10th 
month he was permitted to visit his friends under a promise to 
return in three days, and on the 31st of that month he was put 
on board ship and sent a prisoner to Holland. He arrived at 
Amsterdam on the 29th of February, 1663. Notice of his re- 
fusal to pay his fine was sent to the West India Company, and 
after considering his case they drew up a paper for him to sign. 
In reply he said : "Friends, the paper drawn up for me to sub- 
scribe I have perused and weighed, and do find the same not 
according to that engagement to me through one of your mem- 
bers, viz. : That he or you would do therein by me as you would 
be done unto, and not otherwise. For which of you being taken 
from your wife and family, without just cause, would be bound 
from returning to them unless upon terms to act contrary to 
your conscience, and deny your faith and religion, yet this in 
effect do you require of me and not less. But, truly, I cannot 
think that you did in sober earnest ever think I would subscribe 
to any such thing, it being the very thing for which I rather 
chose freely to suffer want of the company of my dear wife and 
children, imprisonment of my person, the ruin of my estate in 
my absence there, and the loss of my goods here, than to yield 
or consent to such an unreasonable thing as you here by woulcl 
enjoin me unto. For which I am persuaded that you will not 
only be judged in the sight of God, but by good and godlv 
men, rather to have mocked at the oppressions of the oppressccl. 
and added afflictions to the afflicted than herein to have done 
to me as you in the like case would be done unto, which the 
royal cause of our God requires. I have with patience and 
moderation waited several weeks expecting justice from you, 
but behold an addition to my oppression in the measure 1 re- 
ceive. Wherefore I have tluii now to rc^jueMt for you, that the 
Lord will not lay this to your charge, but to give cyc» to •ce 
and hearts to do justice, that you may And mercy with the Lord 
in the day of judgment. "JOHN BOWNE.** 



The Bowne Family 355 

In the 4th month he was rcIcnHcd and returned to America 
via England and the Ishmd of Barbadoes, but did not reach 
Flushing until Jan. 30, 1663. 

The authorities in Amsterdam sent the officials in New Am- 
sterdam the following decision, dated April 16, 1663: "We, 
finally, did see from your last letter, that you had exiled and 
transported hither a certain Quaker named John Bowne, and 
although it is our cordial desire that similar and other sectar- 
ians might not be found there, yet as the contrary seems to be 
the case, we doubt very much if rigorous proceedings against 
them ought not to be discontinued except you intend to check 
and destroy your population, which, however, in the youth of 
your existence, ought rather to be encouraged by all possible 
means. Wherefore it is our opinion that some connivance would 
be useful that the consciences of men, at least, ought ever to 
remain free and unshackled. Let every one be unmolested as 
long as he is modest, as long as his conduct in a political sense 
is unimpeachable, as long as he does not disturb others or op- 
pose the government. This maxim of moderation has always 
been the guide of the magistrates of this city, and the conse- 
quence has been that from every land people have flocked to 
this asylum. Tread thus in their steps, and we doubt not you 
will be blessed. (Signed) The directors of the West India Co., 
Amsterdam, Department. 

"ABRAHAM WILMANDONK, 
"DAVID VON BAERLE." 

This doctmicnt ended the persecution of the Friends on Long 
Island. 

HANNAH, the wife of John Bowne, became a minister, and 
made two religious visits to England and Ireland, and one to 
Holland and one to Fricsland. John joined his wife in Eng- 
land in 1676, and stayed with her until her death in London in 
November, 1677, at the home of John and Mary Elson in St. 
John Street. She was buried in Chequer Alley, Bunhill Fields, 
on the 31xt of November. 

The Friends* RccordH of Flushing say, "John Bowne dyed 20 
day of the 10th month, in the ycare 1695, and was burcd ye 23 
day of same being about sixty-eight ycarcs of age. He did 
Frcly Expose himself his house and his estate to ye service of 



856 The Feost Genealogy 

truth And had a constant meeting in his house near About forty 
jeares." 

The Meeting House in Flushing was erected 1695. 
B. J. Lossing in his article on American Historical Trees, 
referring to the "Fox Oaks" and to the religious services held 
by George Fox on his visit to Flushing in 1672, and quoting 
from Fox, says: "We had a meeting of many hundred people, 
and there being no place of worship large enough to hold the 
multitude. Fox preached in the shade of two large white oak 
trees near the house of John Bowne, a Quaker, who entertained 
him. One of these trees fell in September, 1841, but to-day all 
that remains is the spot on which they stood, which is on the 
other side of the street from, and nearly opposite to, the Bowne 
house, marked by a small granite stone with the inscription, 
*Fox Oaks' cut on the top." 

The following minute occurs in the Journal of John Bowne 
(who married in 1656 Hannah Feke), among some other mat- 
ters to be attended to during a visit to England in 1676: 
"My wife's Unckel James is a doctor of fisick and did live 
formerly in the ould Belie at the sine of the three fanes — her 
ants name Alse Dickson formerly it was Alice Feke." 

A mar. licence was granted by the Bishop of London, Feb. 
14, 1619-20, to Alice, daughter of James Feake of London, to 
Tobias Dixon of London, Haberdasher. Mar. at Stepney, 
County Middlesex. 

Early in Fcbniary, 1665, each town was invited to send two 
dclfg.itcs, "sohf-r, able and dincrect f)er<(onH," to settle good 
and well-known laws, called the "Hempstcafl Convention" to be 
held Feb. 28, 1665, where many of the "Duke's Laws" were en- 
acted. Among the delegates were John Bowne from Gravesend, 
John Hick* from Jamaica, John IJnderliill from HempNtea^i, 
Daniel Lane froin Brookhaven, and William Well* and John 
Young frofri Sou t hold. 

At Gov. Slougliter's first Assembly held April 9, 1691, one of 
the Long Ihland Deputies from Queens County was John Bowne, 
but being a Quaker he refused to take the oath bo another had 
to be appointed. 

When Hannah Feke was about to be married to John Bowne, 
CapL John Underbill lived in Southold, L. L, and from there 
<m April 15^ 1656, he wrote to John Winthrop, Jr., then living- 



Haioht-Hoyt Family 357 

at New London, "Sir, I was latli at Flushing. Hannah Feke 
is to be married to a verri jcntiele young man of gud abilitie, 
of a lovli fetture and gud behafior." 

HAIGHT-HOYT FAMILY. 

This family is a very difficult one for the genealogical stu- 
dent, owing to the fact that the families now spelling their 
names, Haight, Hoyt, Hait, Hyatt, etc., are all of the same 
origin. 

First Generation. 
JOHN HOYT, m. Ruth. 

Second Generation. 

SIMON HOYT, b. Dorchester, England, Jan. 20, 1590; m. 
in the parish church of Upway, Dorsetshire, Doc. 2, 1612, 
Deborah, daughter of Walter Stowers, b. Dorchester May 1 
and baptized Upway, June 5, 1.593. In 1628 or 1629 Simon, 
accompanied by his family, brother-in-lnw Nicholas Stowers 
and the Spragues, who were also of Upway, arrived at Salem, 
Mass., and went on to Charleston. In 1639 he was of Dor- 
chester, 1635 of Scituate, 1639 of Windsor, Conn., and some- 
time between 1649 and 1657 he removed to Stamford, Conn., 
where he died Sept. 1, 1657. The date of death of Deborah 
is not known, but he left a widow Sunanna and she later married 
one Bates. By his wife Deborah, he had the following children, 
whose births are all recorded in the parish church in Upway, 
England: (1) John, b, March 12, 1614; (2) Walter, b. June 
9, 1616; (3) Thomas, b, Sept. 20, 1618, d, Stamford, Conn., 
Sept. 9, 1656; (4) Deborah, b. Aug. 9, 1620, d, June 3, 1628; 
(fi) Nicholas; (6) Ruth, b, Jan, 2, 1625, d. May 9, 1627. 
There were seven children by the second wife. 

Third Generation. 

NICHOLAS HOYT, b. Upway, Eng., Nov. 10, 1622, d. 
July 7, 1655; m. Susannah Joyce who d, July 4, 1655. Lived 
Stamford, Conn. 



So8 The Fsost Genealoot 

Fourth Generation. 

SAMUEL HAIGHT, b. May 1, 1647, d. Flushing, L. I., 
SepL, 1712; m. Sarah, daughter of William Noble, who was 
living in 17'tO at 90 yrs. of age. 

Fifth Generation. 

DAVID HAIGHT, b. 1670; m. Phcbe . Lived Rye, 

N. Y. 

Sixth Generation. 

MARY HAIGHT, m. Bcnj. Havilnnd. Lived Haviland 
Hollow. (Sec Haviland family.) 

Seventh Generation. 

MARY, daughter of Mary (Haight) Haviland; m. David, 
son of James and Hannah (Akin) Blrdsall. (See Birdsall 
family.) 

Eighth Generation. 

MARY, daughter of Mary (Haviland) Birdsall; m, (486) 
Samuel Washburn Frost. 

HAVILAND FAMILY. 

Firnt Generation. 

WILLIAM, b. 1625-30, d. 1697; m. Hannah, daughter of 
John and Hcrodius (Long) Hicks. He purchased 100 acres 
on Mad Man's Neck, near Great Neck, L. L, in 1667, and was 
living there 1688. 

Second Generation. 

BENJAMIN, b. 1660, d. at Rye, July SI, 1726; m. Abigail 
Binger (?). He purchaned 400 acres in Rye, 1711, and was 
b Flushing, L. I., from 1667 to 1688. 

Third Generation. 

BENJAMIN, b. 1690, d. 1724; m. Charity . 

Fourth Generation. 

BENJAMIN, b. 1719, d. 1760; m., 1738, CharlotU, daugh- 



Haviland Family 359 

tcr of Roger and Charlotte (I'Strang) Park, and grnnd-daugh- 
tcr of Daniel and Charlotte (Hubert) Lc Strang, Hugenot 
exiles from Paris in 1685. (See I'Strang family.) 

Fifth Generation. 

BENJAMIN, b. May 10, 1740, at Rye, N. Y., d. Franklin, 
Dec. 2, 1801. April 7, 1795, mentioned as assessor at Patter- 
Bon, N. Y., and lived in Haviland Hollow. He m. Mary, b. 
Dec. 26, 1742, d. Aug. 22, 1819, daughter of David and Mili- 
cent (Lane) Haight of Dutchess Co., N. Y. 

Sixth Generation. 

MARY, known as POLLY, b. abt. 1771, d. March 12, 1848; 
m. David, son of James and Hannah (Akin) Birdsall. 

Seventh Generation. 

MARY BIRDSALL, b. Dec. 2, 1802, d. Sept. 16, 1859; m. 
Samuel W. Frost (486). 



A STUDY OF THE HAVILAND FAMILY PRIOR TO 

THEIR IMMIGRATION FROM ENGLAND. 

By Eduardo Haviland Hillman, of Venice, Italy. 



William Haviland, the first known by that name in America, 
was appointed First Church warden of Newport, R. I., in 1616. 
Second, that he was ni/ule a freeman, May 17, 1653. 'i'liird, 
that on May 21, 1656, he waH cominissioncr to the General 
Court, and in 1667, a repriHcntative in Assembly. Fourth, that 
while in Newport he married Hannah Hicks, daughter of John 
(2) Hicks (Robert 1) and Horod Long; and last, th/it, while 
in Newport, he had sons, John, Adam, Jacob and Joseph. 

There has been a general belief among the descendants of 
William Haviland in America that he was the son or grandson 
of Mathew Haviland, born 1550, died March 11, 1619, mayor 
of Bristol, Eng., in 1607, who in his will (P. C. C.) dated 
March 2, 1619, mentions his "Sonne Willyam" and grandchild 
"Bartholomew Havyland, Sonne of the saydc William Havy- 



S60 The Feost Genkalooy 

land." Now the Parish Records of Saint Warbarrowes, as it is 
spelled in Mathew's will, now St. Werburghs, where most of his 
children were baptized, gives the record that "Williuin Havi- 
land, the sonne of Mathew Haviland, was baptized on the {i3d 
day of April, 1578." Consequently, in 1646, the earliest men- 
tion I have seen of William Haviland in America, William, the 
son of Mathew, was, if living, over sixty-eight years of age, and 
it is, of cour e, absurd to think that he was the William who 
emigrated to America. In 1619, or when ho was Over forty 
years of age, William, son of Mathew, had a son IJartholomcw, 
and it in fair to nupimnc the only son, from the fact I hat 
Matliew Haviland mentions no other. I have searched, besides 
St. Werburghs, St. Stephens in Bristol, and in all likely places 
in the vicinity, and fail to find any record of William having 
a son William. 

My theory, a very probable one, is the following; William 
Haviland who was in Newport, II. I., in 1646, was the son of 
James Haviland, born l.'3.'5.3, died 1613, mayor of Salisbury, the 
brother of above Mathew Haviland, mayor of Bristol. 

In the chronicle of the De Havilands, published anonymously 
about 1862 or 1863, the author of which was John von Sonn- 
tag De Haviland, York Herald at that time, he made the state- 
ment on page 11 that Christopher Havelland had by his wife, 
Cecilia, daughter of John Mann, Esquire, of Dorsetshire, issue, 
three sons, Mathew, James and Nathaniel, and that James died 
without issue. Having found several branches of the Havilands 
entirely ignored by Mr. John V. S. De Havilland in his chron- 
icle, by such statements as "left an only son" or died s. p.," I 
decidrd to investigate the matter and wrote to Mr. John J. 
Hammond and later to the Hcv. l''dnuind U. Nevill, both ut 
Salisbury, Wilts, and well-known genealogists, and I am in- 
debteil to them for the following information regarding James 
Haviland : 

"James Haviland was elected to the Corporation 35 Eliza- 
beth (1.593), alderman, 44 Elizabeth (1602), mayor, last 
year of Elizabeth and first of James (1602-1603); he is last 
mentioned in the Municipal Ledger as being present at a meet- 
ing of the Corporation in 1619." In the Burial Register ot 
Bt. Thomas' Church, Balisbury, appears "Mr. James Havilandf 
1 Ap 1618.** 



Haviland Family 361 

The children of James Haviland were baptized at St. Thomas' 
AS follows, and these records were first published by me in Notes 
-and Queries for Somerset and Dorset, September, 1909. I give 
the list in full as other descendants of James Haviland, mayor 
■of Salisbury, might be misled by the statement that James died 
without issue, as given in the Chronicle: 

Baptisms. 

1595, Feb. 12 — James, son of James Haviland, christened, 

1508, April 4 — John Havilon, the son of James Havilon, 
«hri«tfnpd. 

1591), Aug. 19 — Elizabeth, daughter of Jaincn Haviland, 
■christened. 

1600, Sept. 14 — Mathew Haviland, son of James, chris- 
tened. 

1602, Feb. 26 — Bridget Haviland, daughter of Mr. James, 
maior, christened, 

160.3, Feb. 26 — (riles Havilon, sonne of James, Gent, chris- 
tened. 

1605, April 1 — Margaret, daughter of Mr. James Haviland, 
christened. 

1606, Sept. 7 — William, son of Mr. James Havelon, chris- 
tened. 

1607, Dec. 14, — Melyor, daughter of Mr. James Haviland, 
christened. 

There evidently was an older son Christopher, born previous 
to 1692 (date in which a James, son of James, was baptized, 
but died soon after). For in the Baptismal Record in 1656 
there is the entry "Wilhn s, of Cliristoplicr Haviland, 1 Aug." 

The adminintration'of James Haviland w/is granted to Thoiii- 
assinc Haviland, ilie Ueliet, 25 Ajjril, 161'}. 'I'lioinas^tine died 
in September, 1641, as appears from tlic following entry: Mis- 
tress Tomson (Thomassine) Havilon Sept. 4, 1641. There is 
no record of the marriage or death of William Haviland, son of 
James, and it is fair to suppose that, being the youngest, and 
Ills other brothers marrying or dying, he lived with his widowed 
mother and took care of her until the time of her death in 1641, 
•con after which he emigrated to America, settling at Newport, 
R, I,, married Hannah Hicks, ond became the founder of the 
family in America, Mr, Nevill ia also fully of this opinion. 

The Haviland coat-of-armi which would belong to William 



Haviland in America would be the following, viz: Argent, three 
towcm triple towered »»ahlc; and the motto "DominuH forlis- 
■ima turri>*' (no creKt), unleNH hiit father took for hifi creot one 
of the cuHtleN of the field »» did hi» nephew, John lliivihind, of 
fliurlwirh H/ilI. 

In a sketch printed in the New York Herald, March 9, 190.% 
the Havilnnd arms were described as follown, viz: Videlicet, or, 
a ("rosR Guh'h, in the dexter Canton a Lion rampant Sable. 
Second and Third, Argent three Towers triple towered Sable. 
Crest, In a Wreath of the Colours, A Cat sejant Proper col- 
lared, and chain reflexed over the back Or. It is surprising 
that a writer on gent-alogical or heraldic subjects should have 
made such an abnurd blunder as the above. These were the 
arms uised by 'i'lioirias William Aston Haviland, who added 
the surname of Durkc in addition to Haviland, being the sole 
reprc^entative in blood of his maternal grandmother, Julia 
Burke, sister of Edmund Durke, and also bore the anns of 
Burke quartered, with those of Haviland, both by royul license. 
I have seen two cases mentioned of coat of arnin willed by the 
descctidMnts of William Haviland in America, Jolin (9) 
Haviland (Benjamin H, William 1) who die«l at llye, N, Y„ 
March 11, 1747, "had an old faMliifified tail clock villi coat of 
arms, aNo his w/itch, with seal and coat of anns, which ho 
willed \i> hi* eldi'hl hoii, but (he cloeli was stolen by iiiar/uiderM 
during the llevolutionary War and the watch with seal and 
codt of arms cannot Im' foiuid," Among the wills filed at White 
Plains, N. v., Kbenezer (fl) Haviland (Benjamin 2, William 
1) wills his coat of arms to his wife Phoebe until his son 
Ebenezer is twenty-one, will proved January 1, 17i9. The son 
Ebcnezcr wills his coat of arms to his nephew, Anthony B. 
Haviland; will proved May 4, 1810. Anthony B. died unmar- 
ried, May HG, '[H'.iC). Mr. Frederick Haviland, deceased, tried 
to find these coats of arms, but could find no trace of them. I 
hope that if these lines should be read by anyone having 
knowledge of the above-mentioned coats of arms, he will kindly 
communicate with me. 

To go bock to William's (baptized Sept. 7, 1006) ancestry, 
Christopher, his grandfather, was the son of James, mayor of 
Poole (1502-1506) by his wife Juliana, daughter of Matheir 
de Saumerez (vide Hutchins Dorset, toL i., page 64tO and 718 



IhuuuM.u Family 'Mii 

appendix). James was the son of James dc Havilland (born 
at Guernsey circa HfiO, died 1/512) by his wife Ilclcnc dc Dcau- 
voir, dftu/?hter of llichurd de Hcuuvoir. The father of the last- 
named, James (the founder of the fairiily in Enghind) was 
Sicur Thomas dc Havilland of Geurnscy, Jurat of that place in 
1470, who fought with distinguiHhcd gallantry at the recapture 
from the French of the Castle of Mont Orgcuil in 1467, de- 
■cended from the ancient and noble family of De Haverland, in 
the Cotcntin Normandy, which derived its name from Haver- 
land Castle, situated near Valongc, of which they were lords in 
A. D. 1060. 

For his services in this, Sieur Thomas was rewarded in the 
Patent of Kdward IV., and in order to avail himself of this 
privilege he c«tahliHhcd his second son James (Jacobus in the 
oflicial record) de Havelland, Esq., the founder of the English 
branch of the family, in Poole, of which he may also be con- 
sidered the founder, for by his wealth and enterprise he raised 
it to a place of great importance. He was mayor of Poole, 
1494-1498. 

I should be very grateful to any one who can give me exact 
date of arrival of William Haviland in America, as also extract 
pr ropy of any document, wliich might serve as a clue as to 
hi* Ag« at any determinate date or any information which might 
confinn my theory, 

Mr. Frank Haviland of rTolliston, Mass., has gathered a 
great deal o( material as to the Havilands in America, and it is 
hoped by all members of the family that he may soon publish 
its genealogy. 

BIRDSALL FAMILY. 

First Generation. 

Just when HENRY Birdsall came to this country is not 
known, but he was admitted to the Church in Salem, Mass., in 
1638, and on the 2nd of March, 1638, he was made a freeman, 
and at the Quarter Court held the 25th of Jan., 1639, he was a 
juryman. 

June 29, 1639, Judith Birdsall married Henry Cook of Salem. 
Dec. S, 1644, Henry Burtsell was chosen to keep the Meeting 



S64 ■ The Feost Genealogt 

House, to sweep it and keep it clean upon all occaBions of pub- 
lic meetings and to have yearly 16 lb». and 16 shilings and on 
the 12 of March, 1647, he received payment of 3 lb». and 17 
shillings. 

Oct. 10, 1649, Henry Cook of Salem, butcher, for ten pounds 
mortgaged his house, shop and one acre adjoining in Salem, to 
Henry Birdsall. Septfrribcr, 1661, inventory of Henry Bird- 
sail's estate returned by Thomas Truslcr and Edmund Batter. 
Estate 47 pounds, 19 shillings. 

Feb. 16, 1654, Nathan Birdsall for valuable consideration 
hath sold unto Henry Cook five acres of land, with Joseph 
Pope on north side and Ilichard Bishop on south side, 

Henry Cook died Dec. 25, 1661, leaving his widow Judith 
adm. She was living in North Fields, Salem, in 1667. 

Second Generation. 

NATHAN Birdsall, son of Henry, first appears on Long 
Island as per records, at East Hampton, July 5, 1653. "Na- 
than Birdsall, 3 akers more or less with Joshua Garlick on one 
side and piece of waste on the other." July 6, 1655, "Nathan 
Birdsall, his part of two lots, etc." Dec. 4, 1656, at Town 
Meeting, "it is also ordered that Goodman Burdsell shall have 
one acre of land upon ye ould Eastern Plaine that was Good- 
man Davis," 

Dec, 27, 1659, Nathan makes deposition in case of Hum- 
phrey Hues. Nathan was also one of the syndicate in the 
purchase of Montauk from the Indians, 

April 20, 1664, Nathan Birdsall, planter, sells for 60 pounds 
sterling to John Oldficld, tanner, all his accommodations, 13- 
acre lot, house, etc., with woodland and meadow, probably pre- 
paring to move to Matinecock, near Oyster Bay, 

In the yeor 1661, Thomas Terry and Samuel Decring, two 
Englishmen from the eastern part of Long Island, adjacent to 
East Hampton, entered into a contract with the Magistrates of 
the town of Hempstead, at that time claiming jurisdiction over 
the territory of Matinecock, to settle at least seven families 
thereat. Nathan Birdsall was one of those seven and first ap- 
pears of record in the town of Oyster Bay, Feb. 3, 1666, as 
purchasing 60 acres of Marks Megs, being land "on which 
Nathan Burcham now lives.** On Feb. 22, 1667, he purchased 



BiRDSALL Family S65 

•ixty acres more of the Indians, which he later assigned to his 
•ons Stephen and Henry. Nathan died about 1698, and five 
of the sons agreed to abide by the divinion of the property of 
their father as made in his life time. They were, IJcnjumm, 
Stephen, Samuel, William and Nathan. Subsequent disposition 
•how other sons, Nathaniel and Henry. No daughters have 
been discovered and the name of his wife is not as yet known. 

Third Generation. 

BENJAMIN BHIDSALL the oldest son of Nathan first 
appears in Oyster Bay, Feb. 20, 1G84-5 with brother Steven, 
and buys of the Indians 100 acres of land on north side of 
Littleworth Path where he probably built a house and improved 
the land. On Feb. 8, 1688-9 his ear mark is recorded in Hemp- 
stead and he was doubtless occupying property bought by his 
father of Lawrence Mott in the year 1679-80 at a place called 
New Brittain, Birdsall's Brook and Jerusalem. 

Benjamin married about 1682 Mercy, daughter of Samuel 
and Miriam (Hoyt) Forman, and the following children were 
bom to them : 

Elizabeth, b. 1683, m. Nathaniel Townsend. 

Susannah, b. 1685, m. John Underbill. 

Samuel, b. 1687, m. Sarah Wright (?). 

Benjamin, b. 1691, m., 1st, 1728, Charity Haviland; 
2nd, 1735, Elizabeth Hopkins. 

Miriam, b. 1693. 

John, b. 1696, m. Elizabeth Langdon, 

Zilpha, b. 1699. 

Sarah, b. 1702. 

Zibyah(?)b. 17(?). 

Nathan, b. 1705. 

Fourth Generation. 

NATHAN, born 1705, m. by Rev. Thomas Poyer, Rector 
of the Parish Church of Jamaica, April 12, 1726, Jane, daugh- 
ter of John Langdon. Both were from Hempstead. 

We next find NATHAN, bom 1705, as being the first set- 
tler on Quaker HiU, Dutchess County, N. Y., where he is sup- 
posed to have settled in 1728, arriving there with one child. 
Some student* claim he reached there via of Purchase, a« his 



S66 The Frost Genealogy 

name appears on the early Quaker records of that place, but 
there is a possibility that he came via Danbury and Ridgefield 
as a Birchard is interested in the first purchase from the In- 
dians, also in Ridgefield. Nathan is said to have settled on 
land now owned by Albro Haines and he and his wife lived to 
be about ninety jears of age and were buried in the Quaker 
cemetery in Haviland Hollow, Dutchess Co., N. Y. Nathan 
did not move to Haviland Hollow until the close of the Rev. 
War. There are no stones in the old cemeterj* to mark their 
resting place, owing probably to the objections the Quakers had 
to such markers at that time, and when the compiler of these 
notes visited Haviland Hollow in 1909 the old Meeting House, 
almost opposite the little abandoned cemetery, had recently 
blown down and cattle were browsing in the burial place where 
only a few head stones of more recent times were readable. 

All of the hoi'.dstoncs that were decipherable were copied, as 
were all of those in the newer burial place several miles farther 
on, known as the "Gerow" Cemetery, and placed in the cus- 
tody of the New York and Long Island Historical Societies. 
The children of Nathan and Jane were: 

John, b. Aug. 11, 1727, m., 1st, Eliz, Tripp; 2nd, Re- 
becca Elwell. He died at Unadilla, N. Y., Sept. 17, 
1815. Rebecca was born Jan. 6, 1735, died Oct. 15, 
1806. 

JAMES, b. Oct. 18, 1728, m. Hannah Akin. 

Nathan, b. Dec. 1, 1732, m. Content, daughter of Geo. 
and Avise Soule. 

There is rcconled the m. of Nathan, Jr., on Oct. 9, 
1794' to widow, Susannah Shippen, from Long Island, 
but believe on good authority the name should be 
Stevens and not Shippen. 

Lucretia, b. Nov. 24, 1733, m. Gideon Wickham. 

Ann, b. June 24, 1736. 

Sarah, b. July 10, 1739, m. Oct. 27, 1762, Nathan, b. 
Aug. 9, 1738, son of Geo. and Avise Soule. 

Jane, b. June 26, 1741, m. Timothy Brownell. 

Benjamin, b. Aug. 4, 1743, m. Eliz. Akin, daughter 
of Joshia and Judith (Huddlestone) Akin. She was 
bom Oct. 19, 1746, died Sept. 9, 1836. He died in 
Chenango Co. in 1828. He abandoned his Orthodox 



BiHDSALL Family 367 

Quakerism to join the American Army. 
Mary, b. Aug. 1, 1745, m., 1st, Jabez Sherman; 2nd, 

(?) Sabin. 
Phebe, born June 10, 1749, m. John Thomas. 

Fifth Generation. 

Jx\MES, son of Nathan, born as the first child of white 
parents on Quaker Hill; m. Aug. 15, 1747, Hannah, b. April 
20, 1727, daughter of David and Sarah (Allen) Akin of 
Quaker Hill. 

James Birdsall was a speculator in lands. He purchased a 
large tract in Haviland Hollow and leased to tenants. His 
will is filed in Carmcl, N. Y., dated Jan. 11, 1814, and proven 
in 1817, in which he calls his wife "Betty." On April 22, 1755, 
he is enrolled at Oblong as a Quaker and exempt from military 
service. His old home in Haviland Hollow is still standing in 
, a fairly good state of preservation. 

James wills his daughter Phcbc Sill, "the house where she 
now lives and the garden and the land where the orchard is 
cast of the house, etc., up the hill and so notherly to John 
Towner's land, thence westerly down the hill between the house 
of David Birdsall and the house in which Piicbc now lives." 

He mentions all his other children, leaving residue to his son 
David, including "my desk, my great Bible, etc." 

James is mentioned in "N. Y. in the Revolution" under 
"Land Bounty Rights," 3rd rcg't, Dutchess County. 

In the records of the "Friends' " Monthly iNIccting is the 
following, which is still preserved in the 15th St. Meeting 
House, N. Y. City, "Whereas I have troubled my Friends in 
marrying out from amongst Friends I freely acknowledge I 
have done amiss and am sorry for it and desire Friends would 
pass it by & continue their care over me. I do hope by the 
Lord's assistance, I may be preserved from doing anything 
to trouble my Friends any more. 

"JAMES BIRDSALL." 

Issue of James euid Hannah (Akin) Birdsall: 

DAVID, b. ( ?), m. Polly Haviland, b. 1771, d. March 
12, 1848. 



868 The Fkost Genealoot 

Thomas, b. Nov. 16, 1751, m. Priscilla Marsh. 

Phcbe, b. Jan. 28, 1754, m. Uriah Sill, who on Oct. 17» 
1775, was a Lieut, in 1st Charlotte Co., Dutches* 
Co., N. Y. He lived two miles south of Akins Cor- 
ners, east of Haviland Hollow, at Cowl's Corners. 
Had a tannery and a store. Sold to Benj. and 
Henry Cowles in 1754. He owned the old Nathan 
Birdsall house. 

Ann, b. May 28, 1756, m. John, b. Aug. 20, 1762, son 
of Isaac and Elizabeth Haviland of Beekman. 

James, b. March 29, 1761. 

Sarah, b. Oct. 28, 1758. 

POLLY, b. Feb. 16, 1748, m. SAMUEL TOWNER. 
(See Towner family.) 

Sixth Generation. 
The estate of DAVID BIRDSALL, b. ( .') was adm. Dec, 
iaS7. Papers on file in Cnrmel, N. Y. His wife Polly (Hav- 
iland) b. 1771, d. March 12, 1848, was the daughter of Benj. 
and Mary (Haifrlit) Haviland and granddaughter of David 
and Milicent (Lane) Haight. 

Issue of David and Polly (Haviland) Birdsall: 

Charlotte, b. Feb. 18, 1791, d. Feb. 4, 1873, m. Aug. 

24, 1805, John Dakin. 
Benjamin, a bachelor, who d. at Daniel Dakin's at 

Poughquag, N. Y. 
Abraham, d. April 10, 1856, aged 60 yrs, 9 months 1 
day, buried at Patterxon, N. Y., by the side of his 
second wife, Ann (Craft) Birdsall, who d. March 12, 
1882, aged 82 yrs. 8 mos. Abraham m. first, Ma- 
riah Pepper, who d. about 1821, and was buried in 
Haviland Hollow, She left a daughter about one 
week old, who in time m, Stcadwell Haviland, 
Lcvinia, b. Nov. 25, 1799, d. July 20, 1868; m. Nov. 16, 
1820, Benjamin Sill, her cousin and his second wife 
b. April 11, 1782, d. April 17, 1848. 
Alexander, a bachelor. 
Mary, b. 1801. 

Seventh Gen€ration. 

MARY, d. Sept. 16, 1859, aged 67 years 9 months 9 days. 
Buried in Towners, N. Y.; m. Samuel W. Frost (486). 



Townee Family 369 

AKIN FAMILY. 

First Generation. 

MARY, who is supposed to have come to America with three 
sons. She appears as a purchaser of land in Newport, R. I., 
Sept. 22, 1675. 

Second Generation. 

JOHN, bom 1663, died June 13, 1746. He was the 
first town clerk of Dartmouth, Mass., was representative, se- 
lectman, and was imprisoned in the "Great Controversy." He 
was the first settler in what is now Nonquitt and afterwards 
lived in Padanaram, nearby. He was a Capt. in Col. Benjamin 
Church's company of militia and served in King Phillip's War. 
He married Mary, daughter of Thomas Briggs and moved to 
Quaker Hill, N. Y. 

Third Generation. 

DAVID, bom Sept. 19, 1689, died 1779; m. Sarah, 
daughter of Ebenczcr and Abigail Allen and granddaughter 
of Ralph Allen, son of George. David is mentioned as a pri- 
vate in Fields' Regi't, Hccocks Co., Dutchess Co., N. Y., in 
the Revolutionary War, and is also on the list of Associated 
Exempts. 

Fourth Generation. 

HANNAH, b. April 20, 1727 ; m, James, son of Nathan and 
Jane (Langdon) Birdsall. (See Birdsall family for Frost con- 
nection.) 

TOWNER FAMILY. 

The compiler has not made an exhaustive study of this fam- 
ily, but is convinced that the immigrant must be looked for 
under the name of "Turner" and not "Towner." The follow 
ing is what has been given to her by a member of the family 
with a few additions, and has not been verified in any way. 

First Generation. 

RICHARD TOWNER, settled at Guilford, Conn., Feb- 



370 The Feost Geneaix)oy 

ruary 17, 1686. Land was not put on record until May 2, 
1712, when it was recorded as land formerly granted him and 
marked at the comers with stones bearing his initials. In 
1689 he is in IJranfonl, (.'onn., at ft place still known ai Tow- 
ner's Hill. lie moved from there three miles west to a place 
cnilrd Short Hocks, where the remains of his home arc still vis- 
ible and where some of his descendants still live. He was then 
about forty years of age, and all of his children were born be- 
fore ho came there. His will, dated May 6, 1725, says he is of 
Guilford and that he is aged and his vocation, a ship caulker. 
Owned farms at Haddam and Branford. Wife Deborah. 
L<-aves son Samuel small amount in cash. Hi d. Aug. SS, 
nai, leaving four sons, Iliclmrd, John, Itcnj, and Samuel, 
His dauglitcr Sarah m. Aug. 8, 1706, SuniucI Frost, son of 
John and Mi-rcy (I'aynr) Frost, at New Haven, Conn.} daugh- 
ter Mary m. Oct, 22, 1715, first, Samuel Tyler, second, Mr. 
' Cook; daughter Hannah m. u Hitt; and daugliter Thankful 
never married. 

Second Generation. 

SAMUEL, the youngest son of Richard, was b. 1690 
in Branford, Conn. ; m. January 25, 1716, Rebecca 
Barnes of North Haven, a granddaughter of Thomas, of E. 
Haven, who signed the first Colonial Constitution in 1644. 
Samuel moved in 1723 to Wallingford, where Rebecca d., 
Jan. 31, 1727-8, and he m. in June of the same year, Amy, 
daughter of Capt. William Ward. He moved in 1735 to Water- 
bury, Conn., and was one of the first settlers in the part which 
is now Plymouth. In 17.38 he moved to Goshen, where he 
purchased for 160 pounds, from the State, one of the original 
town rights, and some of this land remained in the family for 
three generations. In 1746 he moved to Woodbury, sold out 
there and moved to Newtown. In 1750 he was living in New 
Fairfield, Conn., North Society, now part of Sherman. The 
records of this place all destroyed by fire, but he was living 
there in 1753 and 1756. In 1763 his name appears at Freder- 
icksburg, N. Y., in an old day book of the Phillips Patent in 
Albany. He died 1784 while on a visit to Goshen, Conn. He 
had by both wives thirteen children. 



Towner Family 371 

Third Generation. 

SAMUEL, son of Samuel nnrl Amy (Ward) Towner, h. 
1744, nn per «fonc in cemetery nt Townerx, N. Y., wan in 1709 
on lMiilli|)n I'utent, N. V., nwd Townern, N. Y., taken iln niiinc 
from liim. lie gave the present cemetery to the place, and it 
is said was the first person buried in it. He leased his farm 
from Beverly Robinson Nov. 2, 1773, and it reads, "Conveys 
to Samuel Towner, aged 27 years, his wife Mary, 24 years, 
and their oldest child, 5 years, Hannah, during their lives, 
2GI) acres, Kent to be 27 oz. of silver plate of the value of 
Silver I'illar or Mexican Plate, annually for ten year*. The 
lc«8cc to plant 200 apple trees and fifty other trees within five 
years and in ten years erect a good stone, brick or frame house 
thirty feet long and iwenty-four feet wide at least." After 
the Hevohitlon the Uobirison estate wan confl^tcated and Samuel 
purchased the place for 12,92i5 dollars of Continental money 
on the 23d of August, 1780. The old home is still standing in 
a fair itate of preservation. Samuel was supervisor of Patter- 
son, N, Y., 1795 to 1799. He m. in 17G7 Mary, known 
ft! "Polly," daughter of James and Hannah (Akin) Birdsall. 
She d. Oct. 8, 1827, in the 80th year of her age, and he d, April 
1, 1814, in the 70th year of his age. (See Birdsall family.) 

Fourth Generation. 

SARAH, mentioned in her mother's will, proven April 3, 
1838, as Sarah Knapp, m., 1st, Elijah, son of Benjamin and 
Mary (Haight) Haviland, and had three children: Elisha; 
Samuel, who settled in Canada, and Mary Ann, who went West. 
There are no known living descendants of this marriage. Sarah 
m., 2nd, Wright, son of Joseph and Hannah (Wright) Knapp, 
grandson of Capt. Daniel and Rachel (Horton) Wright, and 
great-grandson of Daniel and Esther (Lane) Horton. (See 
Knapp and Horton families.) Sarah d. Nov, 28, 18(53, aged 
82 years, and Wright d. Jan, 10, 1859, aged 76 years. Both 
buried in cemetery at Towners, N. Y, The will of Wright 
Knapp was proven Jan, i2, 1859, and he left all to his "be- 
loved wife" during her life. (See Knapp family for Frost con- 
nection.) 



878 Thk Fboiit Oknxalooy 

Pint Geruration. 

NICHOLAH KNAI'P ^nn horn in ttttoy, Hi. Mnry% Kfi«' 
\ni\t\, niu\ tniitf to Aintr\i'ii niOi WJMf)iro(> in lf|!J(), ««'ffliM^ In 
W/i<«r1ot»n, Af/iim, In lO'lfl li<' mlU liiit land tlurw fo Uyron 
VfntiU-li»n, wliicli (ifui been ^runlirl liiiii by ili«! inwu, witli tlie 
*x<'eption of one Arri», C(illi<l by biin thf? "I'ond Mi'udow," wbi(;h 
he »old the year before to Kdw. Garfield, under date Sept, 29, 
1645. He moved to Stamford, Conn., 1649. He m. Elinor 
———, by whom he had eight children : Timothy, Jonathan, 
JoHhua, Caleb, Sarah, Huth, Hannah and Momcm. Klinor (1. 
June 16, Ifi^iH, at Statnford, (!onn,, and he m. Marrh 9, 16/59, 
Mr», Unity Itiixfon llrowri, d/tii^htcr of (!h'tr)#'nt Hiixton aikI 
widow of I'etir llrown. Nirhohi* and Unity had two childreni 
Lydia and IJnica. In lii» will, dated Feb. 10, 1670, on recorrl 
at Fairfield, Conn., he Icavci hit ton Moics hit house and lot 
«t Stamford, Conn. 

Second Generation. 

JOSHUA, son of Nicholas and Elinor Knapp, b. Jan. A, 
1635, at Watertown, Mass.; his estate inventoried Oct, 27, 
1684; m. June 9, 1657, at Stamford, Conn., Hannah Close, 
probaly daughter of Joxrph, She m,, 2nd, John Bowers, 

Third Generation. 

CALEB, son of Joshua and Hannah (Close) Knapp, b. 
1677, known as Capt, Caleb; m, April 1, 1697, Sarah Rundell, 
daughter of William and Abigail, b. about 1678. Th» will o/ 
Cahb was proven June 21, 1750 51. 

Fourth Generation. 

CALEB, son of Caleb and Sarah (Rundell) Knapp, b. Nov. 
11, 1698; wiU dated Oct 28, 1762, proven July 21, 1763, at 
Stamford, Conn. ; m. Clemence, daughter of Samuel and Sarah 
(Denton) Mills. 

Fifth Generation. 

TITUS, son of Caleb and aemence (Mills) Knapp, b. Feb. 
7, 1728; m. Althea, probably daughter of Joseph Hobby. 
Adm. papers to widow of Greenwich, Conn., March 14, 1780. 
Imuc: Gilbert, who wa« 14 years Oct. 6, 1783; Caleb; Joseph, 






1^ AiTowNRB Family 37S 

r ' 1 

who«e mother wak. "nicd h\n ^iianlian July a/i, 1771 ; Abra- 

hnm; Sntnurl, cnt n. OrK 7, 17H.'), by Odilc Clo«c and 

Kbpfj Knnpp, In ^1., 17Hi, and mcnlionn )ii» rl^lit of 

/our ftcrr* in tli»^ b- bin father, Tihii*} Andrew. 

>Vif<A (Unrrutlan, 

JOSEPH, «on of Titii8 and Altboa Knapp, b. Jan, 10, 17154, 
d, Feb, 26, 1813; m, Hannah, b. March 14, 1757, d. March 24, 
1808, daughter of Capt. Daniel and Rachel (Horton) Wright. 
iHHue, as taken from their family Bible, in the poRscssion of 
Mr«, George VV. HaUry of OH«ining, N, Y, : (1) Samuel, b. 
Feb. IfJi 177J), d. Sept, «(], 1HfJ,'J; (a) Daniel, b. June 3, 1781, 
d, May ««, IHlDj (!1) Wriglit ; (4) Sarah, b, Dec, «7, 178/1, d. 
May 13, 1811; (fl) Mary, b. Deo. 11), 1787, d, Aug. «3, 1800; 
(fl) Henry, b, Dec. aO, 1789, d. March 22, 1840; (7) Ancr, b. 
Jan. 29, 1791, d. March IR, 1846, buried Somer«, N. Y. ; (8) 
Millircnt, b. July 29, 1793, d. Jan. 29, 1872, buried White 
lMain«, N. Y.; (9) Henry the 2nd, b. Aug. 7, 179.''), d. March 
j<8, 1859, moved to Ohio; (10) Rachel, b. Aug. 8, 1797, d. 
Aug. 1, 1831, buried Somers, N. Y. ; (11) Hannah, b. April 24, 
1799, d, Jan. 18, 1890; m. Samuel Cronk and had Rebecca, b. 
Aug. 10, 1824, d, July 9, 1911 ; DeWitt Clinton, b. Aug. 11, 
1831, d, April 7, 1904; Caroline, b. Jan, 1, 1827, d. Sept. 28, 
1892; m. John llowel of White IMaitiH; lOliza, m. George 
Palmer of Bedford and Charlotte m. George W. Halsoy of Os- 
sining and Mary died young; (12) Horace, b. Jan. 6, 1801, d. 
Aug, 21, 1848, Of the above children Aner, Millicent, Henry, 
Hftchel and Horare never married, 'I'he daughter* lived mo»t 
of the time with their mothcr'n NUter, Millicent, the wife of 
David Bedell, of Somers, N. Y. 

Seventh Generation. 

WRIGHT, son of Joseph and Hannah (Wright) Knapp, b. 
June 19, 1783, d. Jan. 10, IS.'Sg; m, Sarah, daughter of Sam- 
uel and Mary (Birdfcall) Towner. (See Towner Family.) Is- 
uue: (1) Harry, b. 1809; (2) Hannah, d. March 27, 1860, 
aged 33 years 3 months 2 days ; m. Nelson Tompkins, b. Nov. 
19, 1812, and had Rachel, John, Mary, Fhilctus, Sarah and 
Milly D., who m. a Robinson and moved to Ohio; (3) John, b. 
Oct. IS, 1812, d. Nov. 11, 1892; m. Sept. 2, 1837, Hannah, b. 



^"^^ Tub Fio»t OKNK^iat ^ 

Fjb. £2 ,8H d June 1/J, 18M. ^ T^n^r of Davul and 

1, T'^r.t *n^?^: '^ '^^^- ''■ '' -'^t/lsaac^'i^id : 

Slay 4, 1825 Both living in 1911. To, uers N. Y., and had 
Jenme, n.fe of Andrew Ferris of Brewster; Ward, d. Sept, 21. 
1911, and Isaac Stanton, who m, Stella, daughter of Wni. Os- 
borne: (4) Gilbert, b. Jan, 16, 1821. Patterson, N. Y,. d. 
March H, 1804; m. Cynthia C, duughtrr of Alvin and Ht.th 

Oho. jn 18r,0 and hud three ehildren: (a) J«,„e, If.nry, b 
July 2. 1842, Patterson. N, Y.; m. Oct. 12, 1870, Joanna 8. 
Cn..el and re.,d... Hep„hlir, Ohio; (b) John Towner, b. Jun. 

6, 844. unm resides Castalia, Ohio; (c) Cyrus Chase, b, Jan. 

7. 184(J, n-Mdes Castalia, Ohio; («) Susan, b, March 14. 1814, 

Eiffhth Generation. 

HARRY, son of Wright and Sarah (Towner) Knapp, d. 
May 15 1874, aged 65 years 5 days; m, Angeline, daughter 
of Davjd and Clarine (Northrup) (Kellcy) Dingee. She d. 
Nov. 18, 1879, aged 77 years 2 months 17 days. Issue: Harry 
Northrup, d. Oct. 3, 1873, aged 35 years 1 m;nth 24 days, who 
m. Carohne, d. May 20, 1863, aged 19 years 3 months 4 days, 
daughter of Thomas and Mary- Hobby; Walter, d. Jan 21, 
1862, aged 25 years 2 months 14 days; Laura J., b. Mav 10* 
1835, d. Aug. f4, 1900; m. (1257) Alvah Haviland Frost. 

UNDERHILL FAMILY. 

First Generation. 

I'IMOTHEUS UNDERHILL, lived Yorkshire. England, 
with two sons. John. b. 1284, and Alfred, b. 1289. 

Second Generation. 
JOHN. b. 1284. had son Nathaniel. 
Third Generation. 

NATHANIEL, b. 1324. resided Wolcesboughton, County of 
Stratfbrd. 



Undkrmii,!/ Famii,y 376 

Fourth Generation. 

WILLIAM, in 1423 of Wolverhampton, England; was the 
head of the StafFordehirc branch, and of them have come dome 
illustrious members, among them John, who was Chaplain to 
Queen Elizabeth, and abou,t whom are many manuRcript» in 
the British Museum, and Edward, known as the "Hot 
Gospeller." 

Fifth Generation, 

Hill JOriN KDWAUI); m, Mary Mosely, who d, in Cov- 
entry, Englnnfl, and he died in Holland. lie wax called the 
"Hot Gospeller." 

Sixth Generation. 

CAPT, JOHN, b. IJagington, Warwickshire, Englnnfl, Oct. 
5, 1597, d. Matinccock, Oyster Bay, L. I., July 21, 1672; 
landed in Boston May 18, 1G30, from the vessel over whieh he 
had command named John and Mary from his father and 
mother. With him was his wife Helena (Kruf^cr), who, with 
her son John, was baptized in the old South ChiTch at Boston. 
By her he is said to have had John, who went to Lon^ I«land 
with his father; Bcnoni, who went to New Hampshire, and 
Elizabeth, who died young. Helena, the wife, d. Southold, 
L. I., 1658. In 1638 Captain John was banished from the 
Puritan Colony, and took up his residence in New Hamp- 
shire, where he was made governor, but his stay there was 
not prolonged, and we soon find him in Stamford, Conn., going 
from there to Southold, L. I., as early as 1644. Shortly after 
the death of his wife Helena he sold his house and lot to 
Thomas Moore and moved to Oyster Bay. In 1665 he was 
made High Sheriff of the North Riding on Long Island. In 
1667 the Matinccock Indians sold him land, a portion of which 
is still in possession of the family. The Underbill Cemetery is 
part of this property. He married, 2nd, Elizabeth, daughter 
of Robert and Elizabeth (Pones) (Winthrop) Feke. (See 
Fones and Feke and Winthrop families.) She was b. Water- 
town, Mass., 163.3, m. 1659, and d. 1674-76, and, until within 
a few years, her stone could be seen marked "E. U." in the 
Underbill Cemetery. Their children were: Deborah, b. Sept. 29, 
1669, who m. Henry Townsend ; Nathaniel, b. Dec. 2S, 1663, m. 



876 The Fboht Genealoov 

Mary Ferris; Hannah, b. Oct. 2, 1666, who m. Richard Alsop 
and became the progenator of the Alsop and King families; 
Elizabeth, b. May 2, 1669, m. Isaac Smith; David, b. Feb., 
1672, m. Hannah, daughter of Moses Forman of Oyster Buy. 
All these births were recorded with the "Friends," and a copy 
of them made in 1685 by Isaac Homer is still preserved in the 
Fifteenth Street Meeting House, New York City. Capt. John 
wills everything to his wife Elizabeth, and makes his son John 
executor. Bolton's History of Westchester and the Journal of 
Gov. Winthrop give very full details of the life of Capt. John. 

Seventh Generation. 

JOHN, the eldest son of Capt John and his wife Elenor, b. 
April 11, 1642, probably in Boston, d. Aug. 28, 1692; m. Aug. 
11, 1668, at Oyster Bay, Mary, b. 1651, d. May 29, 1698, 
daughter of Matthew and Mary Pryer or Prier, of Oyster Bay. 
In 1678 John purchased a portion of land from and near his 
father-in-law, and moved there, leaving his fifteen-year-old 
brother Nathaniel in possession of the home place. Issue: John, 
b. May 1, 1670; Daniel, Samuel, Abraham and Jacob. 

Seventh Generation. 

NATHANIEL, son of Capt. John and wife Elizabeth, b. 
Dec. 22, 1663, d. in Westchester Nov. 27, 1775, where he had 
moveil after selling out all his possessions on Long Island to 
Henry Franklin of Flushing, reserving, however, the family 
burial plot and a right of way to it. This deed was later 
avoided and the same property deeded to his brother John. 
The records of Oyster Bay give evidence that David, the 
youngest son of the family, in 1690 sold "rights of land" to 
William Frost, and in 1697, "now of age," the sale is con- 
firmed. Nathaniel m. Dec, 168,'5, Mary Ferris. One of his de- 
scendants bearing his name was Mayor of White Plains during 
the Revolution, and, taking sides with the British, fled to Nova 
Scotia. 

Eighth Generation. 

JklARY, daughter of John and Mary (Fryer) Underhill, b. 
Feb. 26, 1677, d. 1761 ; m. (3) Wright Froit. 



Hyatt Family 377 

Eighth Generation. 

THOMAS, son of Nuthaniel and Marj, m. Phebe Davenport 
of New Castle, Westchester County, N, Y. 

Eighth Generation. 

ABRAHAM, son of Natlianicl and Mary, m, Hannah Crom- 
well and lived Westchester County, N. Y. 

Ninth Generation. 

■ THOMAS, son of Thomas and Phcbe Davenport, b. March 
26, 1738, d. March 25, 1822; m. 1761, Sarah, b. Sept. 26, 
1739, d. Oct. 23, 1825, daughter of Abel Weeks. 

Ninth Generation. 

JACOB, son of Abraham and Hannah Cromwell, m. Amy 
Hallock. All lived in vicinity of Salem, Yorktown, etc., West- 
chester County, N. Y. 

Tenth Generation. 

MARY, daughter of Thomas and Sarah (Weeks) Underbill, 
m. (60) Mordecai Frost. 

Tenth Generation. 

AMY, daughter of Jacob and Amy (Hallock) Underbill, m. 
(67) Jordan Frost. 

The above Underbill lines give the direct descent of all de- 
scendants of (3) Wrigiit Frost, (60) Mordecai Frost, and 
(67) Jordan Frost from Capt. John Underbill and his parents. 

HYATT FAMILY. 

The compiler has not made a thorough study of this fantily, 
owing to the fact that Hyatt, Hniglit, Hoit, Hiat and several 
others all have a common origin, but some time was given to it 
in and around Yorktown, N. Y. They doubtless migrated 
there from Wbite Plains, N. Y., and for the benefit of some one 
who may be interested, I will give the names of a few by the 
name of "Hyatt" (this spelling in which I alone am inter- 
ested), who lie buried in the Presbyterian Church Yard in 
"White Plains, N. Y. 



^® The Frost Genealogy 

Charlotte, daughter of FJisha and Sarah Hvatt, d. 

Feb. 10, 1800. Age, 79 years 8 months 21 days. 
Elizabeth, daughter of game, d. Nov. 4, 1834. Age, 40 

years 6 months 21 days, 
Sarah, wife of Elisha Hyatt, d. July 31, 1813. Age, 65 

years 3 months. 

Elisha Hyatt, d. May 24, 1835. Age, 83 years 9 
months. 

Sarah, widow of Elisha S. Hyatt, d. Nov. 2, 1805. Age, 

90 years 7 months. 
Nathaniel Hyatt, d. July 22, 1872. Age, 85 years T 

months 2 days. 
JOHN HYATT, b. July 12, 1707, d. Mav 27, 1763. 
The last named is do.ihtlcss the John Hyatt who was one of 
the truHtics of the Prenbytcrian Church at Ciompond (York- 
town), N. Y., and the deed was made out in his nairie, bearing 
the date Jan. 2, 1739. His will, dated April 22, 1700, proven 
June 1, 17G3, on file in White Plains, N. Y., gives his wife 
Sarah his negro wench "Moll," and mentions his eldest son 
John, not of age at date of will, ),!» second son called Joshua, 
second daughter Sarah, third daughter Hannah, third son Sil- 
venus, and eldest daughter Elizabeth Strang. (See Strang or 
Le Strang family.) 

His wife was Sarah, daughter of John Turner of White 
Plains, N. Y., whose will, on file in New York, dated Feb. 11, 
1761, mentions eldest son John, other children, Daniel, Elisha, 
Nathan, Caleb, Elizabeth, wife of son Caleb, Sarah (daughter), 
wife of John Hyatt. Grand-daughters Sarah Charlock (?), 
and Mary Sawwood (Sherwood ?). Proven Feb. 24, 1761. 
Witnesses, John Bishop, Obadiah Horton, David Horton. 
iMue of John and Sarah (Turner) Hyatt: 

Elizabeth, m. Francis Strang, whose funeral was at- 
tended by Rev. Silas Constant Sept. 25, 1796, at the 
Methodist Church at Yorktown, N. Y. 
Sarah, m. David Frost (34). 
Hannah, m. Underbill Budd. 

John, Hecorrls from Adjutant General's Office, War 
Department, Kept. 6, 1910, show one John Hyatt, 
Captain of Company called Capt, John Hyatt'i Com- 
pany in Van Courtland'* Ilegiment, New York Mili- 
tia, Revolution. His name appears on a company 



Hyatt Family 379 

pay roll for March, 1777, which shows he served five 
days beginning March 23, 1777. His name also ap- 
pears on undated roll, which shows he serves two days 
beginning June 30, 1777; also served in Col. Samuel 
Drake's llegimcnt. His name on returns from Drake's 
Regiment from Sept. 28, 1776, to Nov. 21, 1776; 
also as Lieutenant Colonel in same regiment, West- 
chester County Militia, beginning Oct. 1, 1778, end- 
ing Nov. 14, 1781. 

John is said to have died just prior to the Battle 
of Wliitc Plains and that he had a son, Ezekiel, who 
was killed in a naval engagement on the Privateer 
Trumbull in the War of 1812. John, son of this 
John, named a son Ezekiel after his uncle. 
Joshua, h. April 26, 1738. d. Nov. 1, 1801 ; m. Nov. 15, 
1761, by llev. Silas Constant at Yorktown, N. Y., 
Mary, b. Sept. 28, 1741, d. May 11, 1811, daughter 
of Thomas Bashfonl and granddaughter of Byerly 
and Deborah (Bloodgood) Bashfonl of Hempstead, 
L. I., who in 1759 moved to Yorktown, N. Y. Joshua 
was Colonel of Westchester County Militia during the 
Revolutionary War. Among other children, he had a 
son John, who m. July 3, 1786, in Pcekskill, N. Y., 
Catharine Clark, b. Jan. 25, 1768, d. Sept. 10, 1841, 
and they had a daughter Esther, b. Nov. 14, 1787, 
d. June 17, 1875, who m., 1st, Daniel Strang; 2nd, 
(167) Niles, son of John and Huldah (Munson) 
Frost. 

Sylvanus, m. Abigail . His will, on file in New 

York City, says he is of the Manor of Cortlandt, 
Leaves his wife Abigail all apparel at.d one-third of 
his movables. His farm to be sold and proceeds to 
be divided among children, who arc not named, but 
Bays his wife is to bring them up until they nfc four- 
teen years of age. "My negro, 'Derra,' to be hired 
out till he «hall have earned flfty-six pounds, umi 
then to be free." Dated Feb, 3, 177.'J, proven March 
8, 1775. David Frost and Nathaniel Hyatt, execu- 
tors. Witnesses, Ezekiel Hyatt, Philip Burgdorp, 
Sarah Frost. 



LE TELLIER, TILLEAll, TILLEY, TILLE (as per time). 

First Generation. 

JAN LE TILLIER was a magistrate at Bushwick, L. I., in 
1661-2. In 1663 he was Ensign of Militia, and in 1671 his 
death was recorded as of New Utrecht, N. Y., and the follow- 
ing is on flic in the New York Surrogate's office: "(Dutch) 
Appeared before us, the Constable and overseers of New 
Utrecht, at 10 o'clock in the morning, September 9, 1671, Jan 
Le TcUier, of St. Louis, in Normandy in France, and his wife, 
Christina Krcsson, Van Sluys, in Flanders, The said Jan Le 
Tellier being sick abed. The testator leaves all to his wife. 
(Children mentioned but not named.) Signed, Jan Thomson 
Van Dyke, Constable. Herman Van Borkeloo and Lucas Myers, 
Overseers." On Sept. 12, 1671, his wife Christian was con- 
firmed as sole executrix. Some records claim her name wa« 
Christina Pieters. 

Second Generation. 

SAMUEL, their son, m. Sept. 26, 1678, Mary, daughter of 
Nicholas and Elizabeth (Wcckcs) Simkins. They had two chil- 
dren: Nicholas, who in 1715 was in Capt. Woolscy'f Quceni 
County Troop, and David, 

Third Generation. 

DAVID, son of Samuel and Mary (Simkins) Tillcar, b, 1680, 
wo* in Capt. Samuel Dickinson's Company. He lived near the 
Frost settlement, and married . 

Fourth Generation. 

PHEBE, daughter of David and granddaughter of Samuel 
and Mary (Simkins) Tillcar, or Tillc, m. (7) John Frost for 
her first husband and Thomas Thome for her second. The 
name "Tille" is still in the family, having been continued in 
each generation since this marriage. 

880 



NORTIIIIUP— NORTHROP. 

First Geruration. 

JOSEPH NORTHRUP arrived at Boston July 26, 1637. 
He came with the "Eaton and Davenport Co." in ships Hector 
and Maine, and settled in New Haven April, 1638. January 9, 
1642, he united with the First Church at Milford, Conn. He 
m. Mary, daughter of Francis Norton, who came to Mil ford 
from Wethersfield with the Rev. Peter Prudden and his parly. 
Joseph d. Sept. 11, 1669, and his will was dated Sept. 1, 1669. 
The date of his wife's will was Jan. 21', 1683, and the inventory 
of her estate was taken Feb. 28, 1683. They had the follow- 
ing children: Joseph, b. July 17, 164'9; Samuel, b. Oct. 26, 
1651; Jeremiah, b. Jan. 14, 1653; John, b. Sept. 7, 1656; 
Zophar, b. June 21, 1661; Daniel, b. Aug. 7, 1664; William, 
b. June 2, 1666; Mary, b. Jan. 6, 1670. 

Second Generation. 

JOSEPH, b, July 17, 1649; \mp\. Aug. 9, 1649. Milford, 
Conn, Made Freeman, May 12, 1670; m, Miriam, b. Feb. 8, 
1670, daiighfcr of Jamew and Miriam (Wlicelcr) Rlakeman. 
Miriam Whcder waw the daughter of Monch Wheeler and wan 
b, 1657, d, 1693. James Dlakeman was tl)e son of Rev, Aaron, 
who was b, Stratfordshire, England, 1598; bred at Christ 
College, Oxford; matriculated May 28, 1617; came to America 
1638, and to Stratford, Conn., 1639, and d. Sept., 1665, aged 
67 years. His widow, Jane, d. 1674, aged 74 years, said to be 
the sister of Moses Wheeler, Jospeh d. June 1, 1700, buried 
Milford, Conn, His widow, Miriam, gave an administrator's 
bond, in the penalty of 300 pounds, account to be rendered on 
or before Nov. 1, 1716, when it appears the youngest child 
would be 10 years old. Dated Nov. 13, 1700, and she signs 
her name as "miriiun northroop," She m., 2nd, John Smith, 
and had Johanna, Josiah, Abigail. Her children by Joseph 

881 



882 The Fkost Genealoot 

were: Joseph, bapt, Oct. 29, 1689; JamcM, bapt. Jan. 16, 1695; 
Moses, bapt. March 31, 1695; Miriam, bapt. May 15, 1698. 

Third Generation. 

MOSES, bapt. March 31, 1695, at Milford, Conn., with his 
brothers purchased land of the Indians in Ridgefield, Conn., in 
1715, 1721 and 1727, large tracts of which were subsequently 
divided. He lived in llidgefield until some time between Nov. 
24, 173.'3, and Aug. 2, 17<H, when he removed to Dutchess Co., 
now Putnam Co., New York, In several <k'eds he calls himself 
of '•Wosttrshire," Dutchess County. There arc two original 
papers in the office of the Hecretary of State of New York, 
dn\fi\ April 29, Mi^, nlgmd by Mos^s NorJhrtip and UU wif« 
Abigail aiid ,M<>ti<'«, Jr., for lin'nH<> to jjurchast* vacnnt land in 
ihf county of DiitcJM'Hs, where their dwelling now slnnds, to the 
Amount of ttn tliotiNand acres. I'clilion denied. In his will, 
dated Aug. 2, 1746, proven July 1, 1747, he calls himself of 
Dfckman's I'erry, Dutcln-Hs (!ounty, N. Y, 

He m. about 1721 Abigail (Cornell, who survived him, fih« 
quit-claims her dower, etc., by deed, Jan. 22, 1759, He d. 
1747. Some of the children were born in Hidgefleld, Conn,, 
und some in Dutchess, now I'utriam (!o(itity, N, Y. They wera 
Moseit, who WHS A "I/oyaliht" during the Itevohition; Amoa, 
who went to Tyringham, Mass.; Joseph; IJenjamin, who went 
to N<;w Jersey; Cornell, who located in Sheffield, MasH. ; Abi- 
gail, and Sarah. 

fourth (knerotlon. 

JOSKI'H, whoho wife. Putty (Kelley), d, Jan. 9, 1835, aged 
93 years 6 months 20 days, is buried in the old Baptist Ceme- 
tery in Cannel, N. Y. Joseph and his brothers Amos and 
Monies Mere living in Kent, nrar Carmel, N, Y., in 1762. Isstic! 
(1)<lohn, who d. Aug, 30, 1H29, aged 55 years 9 months, and 
is buri<'d buck of the Iluiitist ('hurcli in ('armel, N. Y., and had 
wife Hannah, who <l, Oct, 24, 1843, aged 63 years I month * 
days, and lies Ixhide h<r husband. They had issue: Dctsey, 
living Kent, N. Y., 31 years of age in 1831; T/orctta, wife of 
Joseph C. Nichols, 29 years of age in 1831 ; Joseph, 27 yeart 
of age same year, all of Kent; Jesse, 25 years of age 1831, re- 
•iding Fithkill, N. Y. ; John, SO yean of age 1891 ; James, 16 



NoRTHRUP — Northrop 383 

jrcar«; Judah, 12 years, and William A., 6 years in 1831 ; (2) 
Abigail Smith; (3) Clarino Dingcc; (4) Esther Stephens; (5) 
Miiiam Ilazelton; (6) Hannah, wife of Henry Woodin. 

Fifth Generation. 

CLARINE, m. David, son of Elijah and Martha (Ferris) 
Dingce. David d. July 11, 1843. In 1820-21-32 he was Cor- 
oner of Putnom County. Elijah Dingcc was a Tory, and he 
and his father Solomon of Ilyc fled to Nova Scotia after the 
Revolution, the latter dying at Gagetown in 1836, aged 80 
^cars. The wife o{ Elijah later m, a Fuller, and had son Amos. 
They lived and died in I'otkHkill, N. Y, The old home of 
Davirl Dingee Is sfill stnnding, ilir fartn having hrcn reeently 
ptiri'luuid Uy Ituymofid Ililrhcork, llw aetor. D/ivid and tiii 
wife are hiiried in the HuptiMt Church Yard at Ludingtonville, 
near ('armel, N. Y. Their children were: John Ferris, m. linn- 
nail Hiriitli; Almira, m, Levi Ilailey; Martha, m. Alvin Chanc;* 
Angeline, m. Harry Knapp; Hannah, m. John Knapp. (Sec 
Knapp family for Frost connection.) 



• AlvIn, son of OhiuWnh («l. IVHi, nur M, m, nhoiit 17fl/i), niirl .MuK/iniwih, 
f>, Miirih 1/1, I7ii, rl, |m;i(| (KtHi|.|.) Chnio, h. ()r(, 4, Inn (a twin), d, 
I'rii, «fl, |H/>;», Id, (Ifil) lliilh, rliiii, of Jo'iipli niii\ Uclirrni (iJcrry) Cole, 
who w/i«. I», Jdii, II), I7h;), iI. A|(iII 17, IKU, Imrlcd old ltM|itl»l cnti., Cur- 
tiir-l, N. Y, Alvlii, III. ('2<\) iMiirlliii KII/.alMlh, hlhti-r to Aiik'Umc DIngee, 
on .Sept. Wl, IKU, nnd luid (I) Alvin, b. Oct. 12. IHXi, m. Ksthcr Wood, 
both Imrlcd TowncTM, N. V., und had two children, Henry and Clara (Car- 
rie), who m. Henry .lewell of roqiinphr, N. Y.| (2) Ilannnh, b, June 3, 
IKiti, m, Moses Tfek, both burled 'Jowners, N. V., nnd bad Clara nnd 
Marlba, (tie lalter iitiirryiUK (icorur Klonrr and they have » daii«hter 
Mardia who m, a llolTiiiani (:)) IMioer, b, April yi, |h:I7, hi, .fiity J, IHilO, 
Laviiila (liiiiiiiilnKx "Mil bad, Wllllain (IravtN, b, .fan. fl, \Hi\2, d, Dee, 20, 
IHdl, and .Marlha I'-ll/./ibeth, b. Kelt, 20, \mn, in. Mareh 27, IHH9, Willis 
Wllberforee HarnPH and ba« two ehlldren, Howard W, and Malvlno E. 
KImer Chase wan formerly tax oolleetor at Pawllnfr, N. Y. 

Obaillnh Chase wns the son of Isanr, of Isaar, of John, of William, of 
William, 

Iniinr Cbrtiie, brother to Obadiaji, wan b. Dee, 20, 17/10, prolialdy at Hoiilh- 
r«Nl, N, Y,, d, abt, IM20, Danbiiry, Conn,, in, abl, I7IIM, Mary Holines and 
liad nine ehlldren, one of whom was named Oliadlah, b, abl, 1771, Daiiliiiry, 
C*inn„ d. May H'.i, |H|0, at I'nlrrield, Conn,, m, (l«t) abt, 1702, Mary 
Wlldman and had four ehlldren. He m. (Ji\) abt, IH02, lliihanah I'vrry 
<ind bad three ehlldren, one of whom was Helsey OoldHiiilth Chase, b, Oet. 
IWja, Dnnliury, Conn,, d. Oct, Ifl, IH7fl, Brooklyn, N, Y., m. June 9, 1H:W, 
by Ilev. Noah I,evlng«, at the Hand* Street M, K, Church parNonugc, 
Joseph Molttiy, nnd their only child, Harriet KII/,nlK-th Mnltby, b, N. Y. 
Cltv, May W, IBM, d. Mch. 7, 1«(W. In Brooklyn, m, Jan. I, 1WJ2, by Ilev, 
Sylvanui Reed, In St George's P. E. Church, N. Y. City. Wllliatn Eardelej 
and had six children, the fourth being William Appleby Kardeley, U.A,, 



A FEW DESCENDANTS OF JOHN FROST, BROTHER 
OF WILLIAM OF OYSTER BAY, LONG ISLAND. 

Firtt Generation. 

JOHN FROST, wfl» living in Soiitfiolrl, L. L, Jn 16r,j5-6, 
and probably on biM return to New Haven, Conn., (.topped at 
KillinKMvorth (Oyster Bay), for in 1072 he buy« land there of 
Robirt Willioms, and his wife si^ns &h Abigail Frost. In 1679 
he also buys land there in Oyster Bay Cove, opposite Thomas 
Young's. Just when he crossed over to New Haven hnn not 
been ascertained, nor do we know how large n family he had 
but we find his ton John marrying in that place in 1665. 

Second Generation. 

JOHN FROST, of New Haven, Conn., m, June 9, 1665» 
Mercy, daughter of William and Mary Paine of the »amc place. 
Hu eitatc was inventoried April 4, 1770. Issue: 
Daniel, b. March 17, 16G6. 

John, b. May 26, 1668; m. Atig. 20, 1692, Abigail, son 
of Thomas Barnes, who signed the Colonial Constitu- 
tion in 1GH. She was b, Jan. 11, 1656. 
Abigail, b. Oct. 8, 1670; m, Thomas Barnes as his see- 
ond wife. He was b, Aug. 26, 16/53, and d. 1712 In 
New Haven. She m., 2nd, Samuel Tuttle, b. Jan. 9, 
1659-60. 

Elizabeth, b. 1673; m. Ronolds, 

Sarah, b. Sept. 3, 1675, d. Nov. 8, 1727; m., Ist, Thos. 
Youngs of Southold, L. I. She m., 2nd, John Tut- 
hill on May 28, 1690, and in 1698 they buried « 
daughter Mary, aged 8 years. 
M.A., who m. Florence Maud Kass. 

AU the descendants of the father of the abore Isaac Chase are eUrible 
to ™™ber,hip in the Mayflower Society and aU the deJ^antToS o£! 

984 



A Few Descendants of John Frost 886 

Eh.nrzcr, b, Axiff. 1/J, 1677; m, Oct. 4, 1704, Mary 

Tu«H(.', ' 

Mary, h. July 27, 1079, d. May 31, 1718; m., Ist, John 

Whcadon ; 2nd, on Feb. 13, 1710, Henry Cook. 
Samuel, 18 years in 1700, m. Aug. 8, 1706, Sarah, 
daughter of Richard Towner. Samuel d. 1718, and 
Sarah m. 1819 Henry Cook as his third wife and be- 
came his widow. HIh second wife was Mory Frost, 
widow of John Whcadon. 
Hannah, b. Feb, 2, 1685. 
In 1717 John Frost of Newark, N. J., conveys to his brother 
Ebenczer all his right in the home of his mother and father, 
John and Mercy Frost, of New Haven, Conn. 

William Poync made Freeman in New Haven, 1640, and in 
1679 deeds lond to John Frost, husband o( his daughter 
Mercy. 

Third Generation. 

EBENEZEIl, son of John and Mercy (Payne) Frost, b. 
Aug. 16, 1677; m. Oct. 4, 1704, Mary Tuttle, b. Jan. 81, 
1684-6, d. June 22, 1763. Ihhuc: 

Hannah, b. June, 1706; m. Obadiah, son of John Hill 
of New Haven. 

Ebcnezer, b. Feb, 11, 1708; m. Damans Ives. 

Mary, b. Sept. .30, 1709, d. Oct. 21, 1709. 

Mary, b. Feb. 22, 1711 ; m. May 31, 17.33, Lieut. Isaac, 
son of r,ifiit, Kbtnrzrr Ulakcxlcc, b. July 21, 1703, d. 
Feb. 4, 1767; had seven children. 

Sarah, b. Feb. 22, 1713; m. Dec. 12, 1744, John, b. 
June 27, 1713, son of John and Abigail (Brockett) 
Pardee, of No. Haven, Conn., and had 5 children. 

Martha, b. Feb. 14, 1714; m. March 17, 1748. Jona- 
than Barnes and had 4 children. 

John, b. Jan. 29, 1716; m. Jan. 16, 174.5, Martha, b. 
Nov. 20, 1723, daughter of John and Abigail (Brock- 
ett) Pardee, and had Susanna, b. May 24, 1746; Abi- 
gail, b. Sept. 14, 1749, m. Jan. 7, 1773, Enoch Ray; 
Martha, b. Dec. 26, 1763; John, b. May 18, 1756; 
Sarah, b. July 17, 1762. 

Abigail, b. May 27, 1719, who was left t«n acres in 



886 The Frost Genealogy 

north part of No. Haven, Conn., if she remained un- 
married four years from April 30, 1741 ; m. June 18, 
1742, Caleb, son of Joseph and Sarah (Hotchkiss) 
Turner. 
Amos, b. Feb. 9, 1722, d. Jan. 14, 1724. 
Thankful, b. Dec. 1, 1724, d, Jan, 25, 1786; m. Dec. 
14, 1749, John, b. Dec. 31, 1722, d. Aug. 23, 1812, 
son of Moses and Lydia Ann (Grannis) Brockett, 
and had six children. 
Elizabeth, b. March 3, 1728; m. Nov. 15, 1761, Sam- 
uel, b. April 16, 1729, d. Dec. 21, 1820, «on of Jo- 
(toph and Ilannuh (Bassctt) Picrpont, and hud eight 
children. Joseph was son of Rev. James Pierpont. 
EBENEZER m., 2nd, Feb. 19, 1734, Elizabeth Andrews of 
Farmington, Conn., and had Lydia, b. Dec. 18, 1735, m. Jan. 
17, 1755, Hczekiah, b. May 2, 1728, son of Caleb and Mary 
(Ives) Todd of No. Haven, Conn. 

The estate of Ebenezer was adm. in 1749 by his widow Eliz- 
abeth and son Ebenezer, and in 1755 the sons, Ebenezer and 
John, pay forty pounds to each sister for their rights in said 
estate. 

Fourth Generation. 

EBENEZER, son of Ebenezer and Mary (Tuttle) Frost, b. 
Feb. 11, 1708, d. 1757; m. April 19, 1739, Damans Ives of 
No. Haven, Conn. Issue: 

Mary, b. M irch 5, 1740, d. Sept. 27, 1750. 
Samuel, b. Oct. 10, 1741. 
Sybil, b. Oct. 26, 1743. 
Amos, b. Dec. 27, 1745. 
Titus, b. June 18, 1748; m. Mabel Stiles. 
Mary, b. Feb. 12, 1752. 

Lucy, b. Feb. 23, 1754; m. Daniel, son of Christopher 
and Hannah (Tuttle) Todd. She d. Jan. 8, 1821. 
Five children. 
Ebenezer, b. Nov. 15, 1755. His estate divided 1761 to 
six suri'iving brothers and sisters. 
Administration of estate of Ebenezer Frost given widow Da- 
mans in 1757. Isaac Blakcslee and Thomas Ray, her assist- 
ants. William Sanford and John Frost, heirs in their own 



A Few Descendants of John Frost 387 

right. She m., 2ml, Oct. 20, 1761, Dr. John Hull of Walling- 
ford. Conn., b. June 21, 1702, d. May 22, 1763. His first wife 
was Sarah Ives, who d. Nov. 29, 1760. 

Fifth Generation. 
TITUS, son of Ebcnczcr and Dnmaris (Ives) Frost, b. June 
18, 1748; m. July 29, 1773, Mabel Stiles of No. Haven, Conn., 
b. Feb. 12, 1753. He d. 1828. 

He lived on the site of the George Frost house, which was 
there in 1700. In 1775 he was called "the father of music," 
and in 1783 had full charfrc of the nuisic in St, John's Church 
at No. Haven, Conn. He was a chairmakcr, and lived at 
Muddy Ilivcr. From the mcmherHliip books of tlie church in 
1763 we are informed he made coffins for ten shillings each. 
There was a Titus Frost who died of smallpox in 1777, but he 
could not have been this one. Issue ; 

Polly, bapt. 1779; m. James Wadsworth, 
Titus. 

Julia, bap. 1788; m. Anson Blakeslee. 
John, bap. 1791 ; m. Melinda Mansfield. 
Samuel, bap. 1779; m. Ruth Mcrriman Nov. 24, 1794, 
at Wallingford, (laufrhtcr of Thcophclus and Mar- 
garet (Elliott) Merriam. Issue: Noyes; Amanda; 
Charlotte, m. Wm. B. Goodyear, and had William, 
who m. Nellie Murray, cousin of Rev. Joseph Mur- 
ray of Adirondack fame. 
Willard, bap. 1779 ; m. Miriam Ives. 
Leverett, bap. 1793; m. Julia Heaton, daughter of 
James and Abit^ail (Bishop) Heaton. Leverett served 
in the War of 1812. 

Sixth Generation. 
WILLARD, son of Titus and Mabel (Stiles) Frost, hap. 
1779, d. April 17, 1854 ; m. Miriam Ives, who d. May 5, 1860, 
aged 80 years. Issue : 

Horace, b. Aug. 21, 1812; m. Oct. 7, 1835, Elvira, 
daughter of Artcmus Hoadley. Lived Watcrbury, 
Conn., and had Eveline, b. July 31, 1837, and Lucy, 
b. Sept. 11, 1843. 
Louisa, b. May 31, 1816; m., l«t, Nixon Bassett; «nd, 
Henry Tomlinson. 



888 The Fbobt Geneaix)ot 

William T., b. Sept. 6, 1818; m. Ann E. Mannej. 
Jam!, b. Sept. 18, 1820. 

Alva, b. Jan. 19, 182.3, d. Nov. 18, 1890, at Toguf, Me. 
Civil War Veteran. 

Seventh Generation. 

JARED, son of Willard and Miriam (Ives) Frost, b. Sept. 
18, 1820, d. June 11, 1873; m. Maj 16, 1842, Susan E., 
daughter of Jesse Lambert. She d. Jan. 29, 1883. Lived 
Waterbury, Conn. Issue: 

Charles N., b. July 14, 1842. 

Isabel A., b. Sept. 15, 1848. 

Eighth Generation. 

ISABEL A., daughter of Jarcd and Susan E. (Lambert) 
Frost, b. Sept. 15, 1848; m. Sept. 15, 1874, Luther W. Cum- 
mings. Lived Waterbury, Conn. Issue (Cummings) : 
Harry Frost, b. July 26, 1876. 
Norman W., b. Feb. 27, 1881. 
Phihp L, b. Nov. 15, 1892. 
CHARLES N., son of Jared and Susan E, (Lambert) Frosty 
b. July 14, 1842, d. Feb. 27, 1910; m. Susan Cleary. Issue: 
Walter Jarcd, b. April 25, 18G6. 

Ninth Generation. 
HARRY FROST, son of Luther W. and Isabel A. (Frost) 
Cummings, b. July 2(5, 1875; m. July 30, 1902. Lula E. 
McNeil. Issue (Cummings): 

Evelyn I., b. Aug. 3, 1904. 

WALTER JARED, son of Charles N. and Susan C. Frost, 
b. April 25, 1866; m. Sept. 16, 1886, Amy L. Bailey, Lives 
Kenosha, Wis. President and Treasurer of the Frost Manu- 
facturing Company. Dealers in Brass Goods. Issue: 
Aimee S., b. Dec. 6, 1887. 
Miriam B., b. Nov. 27, 1892. 
Donald W., b. Nov. 13, 1896. 
Morton C, b. Sept. 6, 1901. 
Richani J., b. May 27, 1908. 

Tenth Generation. 
AIMEE S., daughter of Walter Jared and Amy L. (Bailey) 



William Feost or Faib field, Ct. 389 

Frost, b. Dec. 6, 1887; m. Sept, 30, 1909, Orman, N. Yule. 
Isiue : 

Miriam L., b, Feb. 4, 1911. 



WILLIAM FROST OF FAIRFIELD, CONN. 

WILLIAM FROST, according to Lechford's notes, came 
from Nottingham, England, for he mentions of meeting in 
IG'38, in Boston, Mass., "his old acquaintance. Master Frost, 
sometime of Nottingham, England, with his sonnes, John and 
Henry Grey." William settled in Fairfield, Conn., as a very 
old man, and was evidently of good family, who from religious 
principles and perhaps to escape persecution, sought to end 
his days peacefully in New England. All his children were 
bom in England, and all came to America except his daugh- 
ter, Mary Rylie. Whom his wife was is not known. 

"WILLIAM FROSTE his laste will and testament, wherein 
the said Wm. doth give and bcqueth all his lands and goods 
now injoying, the 6th of January 1644 

"1 give and bequeth to my eldest sonne Daniell Frost, two 
parts of my mcadowc and upland outte and to lay oute (the 
home lottc excepted) and hIho to tlie waid Daniell Frosts all 
my parte of the Hwatnpe and Rcdyc poruN, anri alno fiftoenc 
dcrcH of mcudowe that I bought of John Graye, lying att Mu- 
chuncohnor Sasqug, comonly so called, and al«o my claoke and 
warmeing pan, I give to the said Daniell Frost his hcircs for- 
ever; I give and bcqcth to Rebccka and Sarah Frost that blacke 
heiffcr that Daniell Frost hath to wynter; I give and bcqueth 
to my son Abraham Frost all that lottc and bowse, with all the 
land laid out and to be laid out, that I bought of John Stick- 
ling, with those mouealls I bought of him, and also those 
cloathes on my bedde and my little chest, and also my two 
greate yearcling Calves, with all that is in my little chest, and 
one third part of my howshold goods. I give and bequeth to 
my daughter Elizabeth and John Graye the sowe that he hath 
to winter and all her increase and (the third part of my hows- 
hold goods; & to Luke Watson) the two yeare old blacke heifer 
that goodman Close hath to the halfcs for fower ycares, the 
profile to be for the said Luke. And to Susanna and Johana 



390 Thjs Feost Genealogy 

Watson, daughters to Elizabeth Graj'e, one blacke heifer that 
John Graje hath to the halves for fower yeares, and the profit 
to them both equally. And the red heifer that Danicll Froste 
wintereth, I give to John Grayes owne two children, and the 
profit equally to them both. I give and bcqucth to Henry 
Graye and Lydca Gray for their lives and after them to their 
Sonne Jacob, all my bowse and home and lott, with that part 
that I chanynged with John Foster, and their parte of my 
mcadowt and upland, laid out and to lay out; and to Mary 
Graye, daughter of Henry Graye, I give and bcqueth my redde 
heifer that Goodman Close hath to winter. And to Mary Rylie 
and her children, I give and bcqueth all my goods and lands 
that I have in Old England. And to the Towne of Uncowah, I 
give and bc-qucth ten pounds, in good pay, towards the build- 
ing a Meetcing bowse, to be paid when it is halfe built. Fur- 
thermore, I ordeyne and make Henry Graye of Uncowah, my 
lawful executor, to pay and discharge my legacies & debts, and 
also power to rcceave what is duw me, and I give the foresaid 
Henry Graye full power to sue and dischardge for any debts or 
goods, that there presents should stand in force, after my de- 
cease and not before, and I entreat Ephraim Wheeler and Dan- 
iell Frost to be my Overseers to see my will performed accord- 
ing to the intent thereof, and they are to have ten shillings for 
their paynes. Where to I have set my hand and seale, the day 
and date, hereof. 

"WILLIAM FROSTE." 

Witnes, Ephra Weeler. 
Frances Purdy. 
Mary Purdy. 

On the hack side of Frost's will: 

"These are to explayne my meaning of howsehold goods : All 
my movcale goods or tables, except come and cattcll and swync. 
Further, I would have Abraham my sonnc to rcceave to his use 
the rent of all the howseing and land that I bought of John 
Stickling ; further, I will that Abraham, my lonne pay no rent 
to Henry Graye my sonnc, nor Henry to him, but all former 
ingadgcmentt to be void betwixt them, in or about the lease. 
I will that the two thirdf parti of my land be derided a* loonc 



William Fhost of Fairfield, Ct. 391 

after my death as may be, yet so that my sonne Henry his 
leace not to be disturbed. Witnes my 

"WILM FROST." 
Witnes, Ephraim Wheeler. 
Frances Purdy. 
Mary Purdy. 

Second Generation. 

(2) Daniel; (3) Rebecca; (4) Sarah; (.5) Abniham, who 
may have settled in Hempstead, L. I.; (6) Elizabeth, who m., 
Ist, John Watson of Boston and had Luke, Susan and Johan- 
na. She m., 2nd, prior to 1638, John Grey, a tailor of Boston. 
They must have moved to Lynn, Mass., for Jan. 6, 1639, they 
sell to Valentine Hill their home, etc., in Lynn, and cither fol- 
lowed or accompanied William Frost to Fairfield; (7) Lydia, 
m. prior to 1638 Henry Gray, brother to John, and the Frost 
homestead became their property and was sold by their son 

Jacob to Rev. Samuel Wakeman; (8) Mary, m. Rylie. 

Third Generation. 

(2) DANIEL, son of William Frost the pioneer, whose will 
was dated July 23, 1682, and proven in 1684, names his wife 
and children. In 1675 he is released by his children and Simon 
Booth and wife Rebecca Booth of legacy left Rebecca by her 
grandfather, William Frost. Daniel m. in 1639 Elizabeth, 
daughter of John and Ann Barlow of Fairfield, Conn. The 
will of John Barlow was dated March 28, 1674, and proven the 
same year, mentions his wife and, among other children, his 
daughter Elizabeth Frost. Daniel Frost was known as one of 
the Bankside farmers of Fairfield, later known as Greene's 
Farms. An inventory on the estate of Elizabeth Frost waa 
made Aug. 13, 1686. 

IsHUc : 

(D) Rebecca, b. 1040, m. Jan. 5, 1664, Simon Booth; -f (10) 
Daniel; -{-(11) Joseph; (12) Isaac, whose will was dated Dec. 
8, 1684, and proven March 10, 1685, leaving his property to 
his brothers and sisters; also mentions cousin, John Smith, 
cousin Elizabeth Smith, children of brother-in-law, Samuel 
Smith; (13) Sarah, m. about 1663 Samuel Smith; (14) Ra- 
chel, m. Rrtbcrt Rumscy; (IB) Hannah, m. John Thorp; (16) 
Either, m. Samuel Cooly, between the dates of her brother 
Ifaao** will and 1686» when he ia called lon-in-law by Elizabeth 



999 The Fkost Geneat^ogy 

Frost, and had Daniel, Jeremiah and Abigail, nil bap. tfune 2, 
1695. 

Fourth, Generation. 
(10) DANIEL, son of Daniel (2) and Elizabeth (Harlow) 
Frost, was known as Sargent Frost of Fairfield, Conn., and in 
his will, dated Dec. 15, 1707, and proven 1708, he mentions his 
wife and children, and Simon Couch testifies that he made his 
will the Tuesdaj' before he died and that he heard him give his 
negro man "Tom" to his wife. He married prior to 1G91 Mary, 
daughter of Henry and Rebeka Rowland. The will of Rcbcka 
Rowland, dated Dec. 12, 1691, mentions her daughter, Mary 
FrosL 
Issue: 

(17) Daniel, who d. 1725; m. Sarah, daughter of James 
Redficld, and had a son, Daniel; Sarah m., 2nd, Ab- 
ner Fitch of Norwalk, Conn.; (18) Isaac, bap. Aug. 
26, 169+ ; (19) William, bap. June 16, 1700. under 
age at date of his father's will; (20) Abigail; (21) 
Mary; (22) Elizabeth; (23) Rcbeckah, bap. July 4, 
1697'. 
(11) JOSEPH, son of (2) Daniel and Elizabeth (Barlow) 
Frost, b. about 16'1'4; m. Elizabeth, b. Guilford, Conn., Nov. 
16, 1652, daughter of Richard and Elizabeth (Meigs) Hub- 
bell. Rirhnrd niibhill ui, three tlirim, an<l nhc wait his first 
wift*, li<lfi(f <!(«' i\i*U{{\\Ur tit JoliH nt\(\ /^ntiiddiiuf^jili'f of Vln* 
ctiit M'lgk of Doi'bctfeliliv, I'ligliirid, who wofllcd in VV«'yiiiouili| 
iilntm., niid d, Killingwortli, Conn., }(\W, T\w will of Hargent 
Rirhnrd Miihlxll, dut«-d April fi, MiW), and wIionij cut ait! wnn 
inventoried Hept, f), 1699, uuyn he i* weventy-two year* old. 
For some reason this will was not allowed, but in it he mentions 
hi* tliird wife, Abigail; grandson, son of Lieut. John, his eldest 
•on ; *ori Harnuil, Hr, ; grunflson, VMiuv/vr, of dccinNcd son Eh^ 
tni'wr and wife Mary; son Richard; daughter F/li/ahetti Krosti 
who in 1700 was called I''.lixabeth Hull; daughter Mary New* 
ton ; daughter .Martha Wakctnan i son Haiiiud, Jr. ; duiiglilei' 
Abigail French; daughter Harali, who in 1700 was called Harali 
8t«venkon; sons Jnmes, Joseph and John. Inventory on the 
estate of Joseph Frost was taken March 11, 1698, and the 
widow Elizabeth and John Barlow were to administer the estate. 
He left Iwo daughters and two sons. The estate was not 



William Fbost of Fairfield, Ct. 893 

divided until 1707, and was then distributed to Joseph, the 
eldest son Abnar, Ellen and Sarah and the widow, who, prior 
to 1699, had m. Samuel Hull and had two children by him. 
She d. in 171«. 
Issue : 

-r-(24) Joseph; (26) Abnar, bap. Feb. 16, 1695; (26) 
Ellen; (27) Sarah. 

Fifth Generation. 
(24) JOSEPH, son of (11) Joseph and Elizabeth (Hub- 
bell) Frost, b. 1692, was made a ward of Sargent Daniel Frost 
in 1705. He m. Adria, daughter of Capt. Samuel Couch of 
Fairfield, and Redding, Conn., who willed his daughter Adria 
the celebrated "Chicken" estate, made over to him by an Indian 
of that name and which caused so much dispute in after years 
in proving title to property in Redding, Conn. Joseph and 
Adria left Fairfield and settled in Redding, Conn., and he is 
supposed to have died at the home of his daughter, Grissel 
Wynkoop in Fairfield, Conn., in 1667. 
Issue : 

(28) William; -f(29) Jabcz; +(30) Joseph; (31) 
Eunice, who was bap. with her sister Grissel July 4, 
1731 (both probably died young, as the next two 
children bore the same names); (32) Grissel; (33) 
Kunlcf, hnp, Hf-pt, 2(1, 1742, probably »n, April 21, 
\Wh At Vn\ff\AA,{Umn., J(».l/«li Vmek 

Siirlh (Uncralion, 
(20) JAIli:/, son of (24) Joseph and Adria (Cnucti) 
Frost, in. Ddior/ih (King ?), Tlicy lived In Fairfield, Conn., 
whcro the hnptiHuiM of tlieir children are recorded until about 
1768, when the later children arc bapti/cd in Redding, Conn. 

(84) Adria, h. Jan. 21, 174H, hap. Fairfield, (^onn., 
March fl, 1748; m. Nov. 15, 1770, Daniel (Wistock, 
o/ Danbury, Conn., h. Nfay 80, 1748, and had I'olly, 
b. Aug, 5, 1771, d. Dec. 13, 1774, and William King, 
b. Dec. 2, 1772; -f(35) William, b. Fairfield, Conn., 
Dec. 24, 1749; (36) Grissel (Griswould), bap. Fair- 
field, Conn., Oct. 18, 1751; m. Oct. 31, 1771, Ezra 
Dibble of Danbury, Conn., and had Ezral, b. Feb. 8, 



894 The Fbomt Gknkaloov 

1775, (I Sept, 28, 1776: AhiK/iil, b. March 31, 
1782, d. July 7, 1789, nnd Polly, b. March 27, 1790; 
(37) Deborah, bap, Fairfield, Conn., Nov, 1.5, 1753 
(the rt-ht of the children were born and Ixip, in Red- 
ding, Conn); (38) I-'/ra, Hhoenwiker of Danbury, 
Conn., m. there Sept, 7, 1785, Rebecca Andrus, and 
bad Daniel Andnift, b. May 23, 1787; Henry Kin^, 
b, duly 21, 178{), and Stoddard dabcz, b. Nov. U, 
1791; (39) IK'the-y, bap. June 2t, 1701; (40) Dan- 
iel, bap, Nov. .3, 1771; (41) Hannah, b, April 24, 
1701, bap. June 7, 1701; ni, Jan, 2, 1785, Samuel 
Hfoly Pliillip-i, b. Jan. 10, 1700, Charhntown, MaM,, 
and had Samuel, b. May 1, 1780; tn, Iblinda llolan*!, 
b. Jan. 10, 1787, and i:ha/cr, b, Feb, 10. 1788; (42) 
Mary, bap, April 4, H.'iO; (43) Stephen, bap. Sept. 
18, 1768. 

(30) JOSFFH, feon of (24) Joneph and Adria (Couch) 
Frost, b. Aut;. 25, 1720, bap, Nov. 13, 1720, d, Aiiff. 25, 1810; 
m. by the Hcv. Noah Hobart at Fairfield, Conn,, Oct, 19, 1747, 
Ehther (Hehter), daugliter of John and Kli/abeth (Wheeler) 
Dimon, She was b. May 11, 1728, and d, March 6, 1804. 
Joseph and his wife left Fairfield and settled in Redding, Conn., 
and in their old age sold their property there, and went with 
their son Joseph to the then western wilds of Tioga County, 
New York, now Schuyler County, where they purchased land 
and settled on Frost Hill, four miles from Havana, now Mon- 
tour Falls. Both are buried in the Winton Burial Ground at 
Johnson's settlement, N. Y. 

Their grandson. Col. Eli C. Frost, bought in their old home 
State. Connecticut, tombstones to mark their final resting place. 
When they lift Connerticut that State had been nettled nn htnff 
as New York now ha* \h-cu and the deprivation and hardKhipii 
mere severely felt by thewe old p^'cjple, who used to »t^y they 
hoped the change would be a benefit to Ihe coming generations, 
but for themselves it was a severe trial. 

Esther Dimon was a descendant of John, who in 1637 ni. 
Honor, daughter of Richard Treat. Their son, Jonathan, m. 
Sarah Graves Nov. 21, 1660, and their son Jonathan, b. Nov. 
S7, 1661, m. Abigail, daughter of 2!erubcl and Experience 
(Strong) Filer of Windsor, Conn., on Jan. 0, 1708. Tn IfM 



Wllliam Fhost of Faiefield, Ct. 395 

he was a resident of Wethcrsficld, Conn., and his daughter «i. 
Joseph PVost, b. 1726. In 1790 Joseph Frost was living in 
Redding, Conn., and is listed as having in his family three 
adults over sixteen years of age and one under, and also four 
females, but the following is the issue given by the descendants. 
Issue : 

-{•(iilii) Joseph; (44) Dimon; (45) Sarah, bap. March 
Vi, 174H, d, 18^4. 

(32) GHISSKL, daughter of (24) Joseph and Adria 
(Couch) Frost, hap, Fairfield, Conn., Sept. 24, 1732; m. March 
0f 17/J4, lUnjninin, mm of H'rijainin Wynkoop, hap. April 9, 
ntiH, who wiiH drowned dining I lie Ucvoliitionary War, 
I*kuc (Wynkooj)) : 

(4f)) AhraliuDi, b. May 12, 17/55, said to have been lost 
during the Revolution; (47) Anne, b. Dec. 15, 1756; 
(48) Grissel, b. Aug. 12, 17fiO; (40) Jolin, b, Feb, 2^, 
1763; (50) Hcnjamin, b, April 10, 1769, m, Hannah 
Wynkoop; (51) GerHhom, d. 1831, m. Martha Mc- 
Farlan; (62) Peter, Captain of a vessel (?). 

Seventh Generation. 

(35) WILLIAM, son of (29) Jabcz and Deborah (King ?) 
Frost, was b. in Fairfield, Conn., Dec, 20, 1749, bap. Dec. 24, 
1749. and d. in Kingston, N. B,, July 26, 1827. He m. in 
Fairfield, Conn,, Snrah Schoficld, b. there Dec. 29, 1754, d. 
Kingston, N. B., Jan. 24, 1816. They are both buried in 
Trinity Church Yard at Kingston. William, at the time of the 
Revolutionary W^ar, was living in Stamford, Conn., and on 
account of his sympathies with the mother country was driven 
/rom there and took refuge on Long Inland at Lloyd's Nock. 
On the night of July 21, 1781, he proceeded at the head of an 
armed party, crossed the Sound in seven boats, and with his 
party lay stealthily secreted in the vicinity of Stamford until 
the following afternoon, when they surprised and captured the 
Rev. Dr. Mather and his entire congregation, and the minister 
and forty-eight of his townsmen were marched oflf to boats in 
waiting and carried prisoners to Lloyd's Neck, Long Island. 
Here they found many of their lifelong neighbors, whom the 
war had traiufonned into active opponents. On a subsequent 



896 The Fbost Genealocy' 

occasion Captain Frost paid a secret visit to his old home. He 
was eventually smuggled on board a schooner, concealed be- 
neath some hay, and retired to British lines. The parents of 
his wife were not sympathizers with him. William and his 
wife finally set sail for Nova Scotia on the Tipo Sigters, and 
one month after their arrival there their daughter Hannah was 
born, being the second female child bom of white parents in 
St. Johns. 

EXTllACTS FHO.M A LKTTI':K VV11ITTI:N HY 8. CARO- 
LINE FllOST, ST. JOHN'S, N. B., AUGUST, 1892. 

"Sitting at the knee of my maternal grandmother, though 
«he passed from the earth when I was but a child, I became 
pretty well posted in the affairs of her early life. Her maiden 
name was Newton, her home near Providence, R. I. My grand- 
mother Frost's maiden name was Sarah Schofield, and they were 
from Connecticut, I think, though during the time the fifteen 
vessels bearing the Loyalists to this Province were collecting 
their passengers, they seemed to leave the ship at different 
stations and go ashore to visit friends, which looks as if they 
were familiar with the place. 

"Her journal reads: 'Left Lloyd's Neck with my family May 
£.5, 1783, then after many delays on account of head winds 
and taking on Ixjard of S/jO more I/oyalists,' she writes of the 
vessel 'lying in Harlem Oeek,' and on the ilH\)\ of going ashore 
from the North River and visiting friends in New York. They 
>-isited at Major Hubbies', Raymonds', McKays', and other 
friends, in every case returning to the ship at night. On the 
29th they left the ship again, spending the day with Partelows, 
Motts and Scofields, and there she learned that her sister Bates 
had been very ill, but she does not mention where she lived. On' 
May 2nd she wrote they were still lying at anchor in the North 
River, not having orders to sail. She seems to have gone 
ashore every day to visit friends. On the 2nd of June her 
entry is: *My husband went on shore in the morning and 
brought father to take breakfast. He came down the river, 
expecting to return by the same boat, but hearing of a boat 
coming from Stamford, he concluded to stay on board all day. 
I was very glad to hear from mother and my brothers and 



WiLUAM Fkost of Fairfield, Ct. 39T 

sisters.' On the 8th she wrote: 'Still lying at anchor in the 
North River, hope to sail to-morrow. We are likely to slay at 
Sandy Hook or Statcn Island for Homc days.' Monday, the 
9th, she wrote: 'Our women and children all on board, and 
there is great confusion.' On the 11th: 'We sailed to Statcn 
Island, where I went on shore with Mr. and Mrs. Gorham and 
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond.' The 16th: 'Left Statcn Island and 
came to anchor six miles from the lighthouse when we encoun- 
tered a ferriflr thimdcr sf|uall with hail atones like cannon balls. 
Mr. Frost gathered enough for each of us a glass of punch.' 
On the 16th; 'The Commodore has fired for all the shins to lie 
to, to await the liridgewater, which for some reason lags be- 
hind; later the ship has come up, and our fleet are all in sight : 
thirteen ships, two brigs, one frigate and one commodore.' On 
•the 17th: 'We are six and twenty miles from the lighthouse.* 
On 18th: 'One hundred and ten miles.' 19th: '2.50 miles trom 
Sandy Hook.' 20th: '500 miles from the lighthouse.' They 
then began to experience the fog of this coast, fired guns and 
rang bells to keep together, as they could not sec their fleet. 
'Could not see a ship ten rods from us. We ire about 140 
miles from our destination, so Mr. Emslie says.' Then they 
were becalmed in the fog for some days. On tlio 2Gth: 'We 
begin to see land, have been nine days out, of sight of it.' On 
the 27th: 'Entered the Bay of Fundy.' 28th: 'Our Captain 
fired for a pilot, who brought us safely to St. John's River. 
Mr. Frost went on shore in a whale boat and will return for 
me.' .^Oth of June they all embarked (dis) and her last entry 
reads : 'We are ordered to land to-morrow and not a shelter to 
go under.' 

"The name William has been perpetuated as a name through 
all the later generations, but John is exceptional. I know of 
but one, the son of Samuel Frost, and he was called from a 
maternal uncle, John Hays. 

"My little world is within the brick walls of an orphan asy- 
lum, and I cannot claim either ability or inclination to a gene- 
alogist interest. I am sixty-four years of age, and have been 
twenty of those in this position and wedded to my work." 

Issue : 

-f(63) Henry;, -f (64) Mary (Polly); (55) Sally, b. 
Stamford, Conn., July 3, 1779, and d. there April 8. 



398 The Faosx Genealogy 

1780; (56) Sally, b. Stamford, Conn., April 9, 1781, 
d. April 22, 1782; (57) Hannah, b. St. John's, N. B., 
July 30, 1783; +(58) William; +(59) Ezra; 
+ (60) Elizabeth; +(61) Sarah; +(62) Jamc«. 

(43a) JOSEPH, son of (30) Joseph and Esther (Dimon) 
Frost, b. May 22, 1754, d. May 29, 1844; m. Sept. 19, 1781, 
Lucy, b. Redding, Conn., and baptized there Aug. 8, 1761, d. 
April 8, 1843, daughter of Jonathan and Eunice (Griffin) 
Couch, who were m. Aug. 15, 1759, in Redding, Conn, Joseph 
and Lucy are buried in the Lyon's burial ground at Catlierine, 
N. Y. Joseph Frost was a Revolutionary soldier. The Slate 
records of Connecticut state he was a private in Col. Benjamin 
Hinman's regiment, from which he was honorably discharged 
Sept. 11, 1775. June 16, 1777, he enlisted as a private in 
Capt. Elijah Abel's company, Col. Burr Bradley's regiment. 
Although Connecticut rcconlH make no statement to that effect, 
he was also in senice in 1776. He and his brother Dimon were 
made prisoners November, 1776, when Lord Howe captured 
Fort Washington. They were placed on board one of the old 
prison hulks in New York harbor, and Dimon died of starva- 
tion and ill treatment at Danbury. Joseph was woundc«l in 
one of his legs and late in life received a pension. A family 
legend is that Joseph was pilot of a boat that ran from Dan- 
bury to Bridgeport, and he once carried Benedict Arnold in 
his boat before he turned traitor; also during a battle with 
the British, Esther Frost and her three younger children, of 
whom I find no other record, took refuge in the woods on a hill 
near her home. Her husband and older sons were fighting in 
sight, and she could see the British through the trees. When 
the fighting was over, she returned home and found hhr house 
had been robbed and riddled with bullets. The British had 
stolen from a chest several silk dresses and linen stores, brought 
from France by her grandmother, who was a French woman. 
Issue: 

(63) Jonathan, b. April 23, 1784, d. Oct. 28. 1785; 
+(64) Jonathan; (65) Sarah, b. April 4, 1788, d. 
March 7, 1829; m. Isaac Patchin. As her mother, 
Lucy Frost, was driving at night from her home on 
Frost Hill to be present at the birth of her daughter 
Laura^s child, she saw the light of a burning house in 



William Frost of Fairfield, Ct. 399 

the distance. In the morning she wns told that her 
daughter Sarah, with son John, aged fourteen, had 
lost their lives in that fire, and slic fell unconscious to 
the floor. While her life was passing, another was 
ushered in, and the little girl was named Sarah in 
memory of her aunt who met such a tragic death. (66) 
Lucy, b. April 1, 1791, m. Thomas Stocker of Dan- 
bury, Conn.; (67) Dimon, b. May 12, 1792, m. Phila 
Crofut of Catherine, N. Y. ; (68) Betsey, m. Nov, 23, 
1811,' David Cole, son of .Tared and Mary (June) 
Hoyt, of Catherine, N. Y,, b. Sept. 30, 1788. He 
was in the War of 1812. +(69) Joseph; (70) Eu- 
nice, b. Jan. 4, 1801, d. 1818; m. Enos Adams; 
+ (71) Laura; +(72) Eli Couch. 

Eighth Generation. 

(63) HENllY, son of (3.5) William and Sarah (Scofield) 
Frost, b. Stamford, Conn., July 17, 1774, d. in New Bruns- 
wick, Canada, Feb. 19, 1827; m. Elizabeth, daughter of Robert 
-Chillas, b. Feb. 4, 1786, d. June 12, 1861. Issue: 

+(73) Hannah, b. Aug. 22, 1802; (74) William, b. 
June 22, 1804, d. Oct. 4, 1805; (75) William H., b. 
Dec. 10, 1805, d. unm. Sept. 14, 1826; ^(76) Rob- 
ert Chillas Frost, b. Aug. 5, 1807; (77) Christiana 
Jane, b. April 29, 1809 : m. Capt. Thomas Douglas 
and left two sons; (78) Capt. Henry Frost, b. Jan. 
25, 1811, d. unm.; (79) Charles, b. Nov. 2, 1812; m. 
Margaret Roberson and left one daughter; -|-(80) 
Elizabeth, b. May 7, 1814; +(81) Isabella Disbrow, 
b. Feb. 15, 1816*; (82) George E., b. Nov. 7, 1817; 
+ (83) Miles, b. April 30, 1820; +(84) Mary, b. 
Sept. 3, 1821; (85) James Priestly, b. Aug. 22, 
1823, d. 1823; +(86) Phcby Ann Disbrow, b. April 
9, 1826. 

(64) MARY, daughter of (36) William and Sarah (Sco- 
field) Frost, b. Stamford, Conn., Jan. 6, 1776; m. William 
; Secord. 



400 The Feost Genealoot 

Issue: 

(87) William, m. a Wallace; (88) Thomas, m. Mary 
Bclding; (89) Sarah, m, Nicholas Pickle; (90) Han- 
nah, m., iKt, Mr. Shurlin; Snd, R, Ellison; (91) 
Elizabeth, m. Wm. Wig/^ins; (92) Mary, m., 1st, 
Thomas Ellison; 2n(l, John Nelson; (93) Amy, m. 
Harvey Perkins; (94) Frederick, m., Ist, a Lawton; 
2nd, a Lawton. 

(68) WILLIAM, son of (35) William and Sarah (Sco- 
field) Frost, b. New Brunswick, Can., Aug. 17, 1786, d. Nov, 
4, 1848; ni. 1800, Ann, b. 1788, d. Sept. 9, 1859, daughter of 
Isaiah and Charity (Newton) Smith. Issue: 

(95) Isaiah, m. Barbara Smith; (96) Charles A., m. 
Julia A. Catlin ; (97) William B., m. Emma Spurge; 
(98) James Haney, m. Martha M. Langotroth; (99) 
Eliza A., m. Joshua Smith; (100) Henry E., unm. ; 
(101) Sarah Caroline, unm.; (102) Julia J., m. Jus- 
tice Pickett. 

(59) EZUA. *on of (3/J) William and flarfth (Scofleld) 
Frost, b. July 17, 1787, in New Brunswick, Can., d. 1801; m. 
Elizabeth, daughter of Samuel Smith. Issue: 

(103) Julia, m. Robert C, son of Henry and Elizabeth 
(Chillas) Frost; (104) Elizabeth, m. Elisha Fowler; 
(105) Mary, m. Charles Fairweather; (106) Wm. 
Schofield, m., Ist, a Mrs. Pickett; 2nd, Maria Brad- 
shaw; (107) Ann, m. Jonathan Titus; (108) Samuel 
A, m. Maria Hayes. 

(60) ELIBABETH, daughter of (36) William and Sarah 
(Soo6eld) Frost, m. Monmouth Fowler. 

Issue (Fowler) : 

(109) William, m., 1st, a Tumbull; 2nd, a Mylesj 
(110) Ezra, m. Mahetable Fowler; (111) Elizabeth, 
m. a Tumbull; (112) Monmouth; (113) Mary, m. 
T. G. Barnes; (114) Wesley, m. a Scholes; (116) 
Douglas, m. a Carson; (116) Upham, m. a Scholes; 



William Frost of Fairfield, Ct. 401 

(117) Sarah, m. David Smith; (118) Henry, m., Ist, 
a Bumham ; 2ml, a Siderquist, 

(61) 8AUAII, daughter of (35) William and Sarah (Sco- 
ficld) FroHt, 1). New IJrunwwick, Canada; m, Johnson Crawford. 
iMue (Crawford) : 

(119) Eliza, m. W. Sherwood; (120) Clarkson, m. D. 
Perkins; (121) Wm. King, m., Ist, a Crawford; 2nd, 
a Scovil; (122) Edwin, m. A. Fowler; (123) Mary, 
m. an Humphrey; (124) Charles, unm. ; (125) 
George (Rev,), unm.; (126) Ezra, unm.; (127) 
James Scovil, unm.; (128) Julia. 

(62) JAMES, son of (35) William and Sarah (Scofield) 
Frost, m. a Kerr, had one daughter, Margaret, who m. a 
McMinn. 

(64) JONATHAN, son of (43a) Joseph and Lucy 
(Couch) Frost, b. April 16, 1786, d. June 30, 1859, m. second, 
Eliza Laura Sherwood, h. July 6, 1789, d. May 31 , 1 866. Irmic : 
(129) ThnmiiH Sherwood; (130) Zalinon Hurr, b. 
1813, d. 1864, had a (huighhr, l':ilcn l\. Stuart, who 
d. June 18, 1894, aged 34 yrs. 6 mos. ; (131) Eliz- 
abeth Angolinc, b. 1816, d. 1886; (132) Ashcr Ilug- 
glcs, b. 1818, d. Dec. 5, 1904, lived Veteran, N. Y. 
He m. Sally, daughter of Charles McCarty, a pioneer 
flettlcr of Schuyler Co., N. Y. Their only child, Wil- 
lis F. Frost, d. at Cornell University. To show what 
a little way wc arc from the pioneer days, it may be 
added that two brothers of Sally went west and 
founded the city of Aurora, 111. There were not 
white men enough there to help them raise the frame 
of their saw-mill, and the Indians were pressed into 
service. The nearest surviving relatives of Asher R. 
Frost are his nephews, Charles S. Frost and J. Emery 
Frost, of Watkins, N. Y., and Filmore Frost, of Vet- 
eran, N. v.; (133) Elinor Jane, b. 1821, d. 1901; 
(134) Laura Rachel, b. 1826, d. 1865; (136) George 
Jonathan, b. 1830; (136) Francis Asbury, b. 1834, 
d. 1903. 



402 The Feost Genealogy 

(69) JOSEPH, «on of (43a) Joseph and Lucv (Couch) 
Frost, b. Jan. 4, 1796, d. Oct. 22, 1847, m. Dec' 31, 1820, 
Sallj McCarty, b. 1800, d. 1879. Both buried Catherine, 
N.y. Issue: 

(136/1) Almira, b. Dec, 7, 1821, d. 1896, m, Norman 
Ilazcllon and »ettled in Wilmin^on, 111., and had: 
(.'liarlcH IT,, Mary A. who in, JoHeph Kichardnon, 
Murtlia G. who in. William Johnston, Sevclon A., 
Adclia who d. young, Willis A., LeGrand F., Walter; 
(137) Lucy M., b. Sept. 20, 182.'5, m. George Lura, 
and ha<l: George who d. young and Mary L. who m. 
Edw, .McLafferty of Aberdeen, Wash. Lucy M. liv- 
ing in Catherine, N. V., 1911; (+138) LcGrand W. 

(71) LAUHA, daughter of (43a) Joseph and Lucy 
(Couch) Frost, b. July 19, 1804, d. Aug. 14, 1872; m. Jan. 25, 
1827, John McCarty. Issue (McCarty): 

(139) .Melissa Cecelia, b. Nov. 1, 1827, d. Sept. 6, 
1886, m. Dec. 22, 1857, Abel C. Prince and had: 
Frederick and Minerva; (+140) Sarah Minerva; 
(141) Miriam Fidelia, b. July 25, 1831, d. July 24, 
1848; (142) Matilda Antoinette, b. Feb. 3, 1834, d. 
March 7, 1909, m. Oct. 22, 1851, John Doty of 
Catherine, N. Y., and had: Mary Minerva, b. May 11, 
1855; Laura Frost, b. April 19, 1858; ICdward John, 
b. .May 18, 1870; Francis McCarty, b, Feb, 24, 1874; 
(143) John Wesley, b, Sept. 7, 1836, m. Candor, 
N. Y., Nov. 8, 1860, Kli/a Jane Hart, daughter of 
I)eac«m Sclah Hurt, whose grandfather wan one of the 
pioneers who came from Connecticut to Candor about 
1800. They reside in Candor, N. Y., where Mr. Mc- 
Carty has long been a man prominent in business and 
social life. He is engaged in the mercantile business 
and in manufacturing and is also President of the 
First National Dank of that place: (144) Francis 
Asbury, b. April 23, 1837, d. May 14, 1899; m. 
Emma C, daughter ot William F. Young of Ding- 
hamton, N. Y. He purchased a large tract ot land 
in Douglo* (3ountj, 111., and now residei in Tuscola, 



William FEoax of Fairfield, Ct. 403 

that State. Their children are : John, William, Laura, 
Caroline, Frances. 

(72) COL. ELI C:OUCH, son of (43a) Joseph and Lucy 
(Couch) Frost, b. May 1, 1808, d. April 17, 1892, m. Ist, Nov. 
17, 1831, Malinda Meeker, b. May 5, 1810, d. Oct. 15, 18.53. 
He m., 2d, March 2, 1854, Sarah McCorinell, who is living 
(1911) in Maiden, MaMS. Ixnuc by flrnt wife: 

(145) Amanda Malvina, b. Oct. 14, 1832; (140) Min- 
Bouri Aletta, b. Oct. 24, 1834, d. Dec. 23, 1840; 
(147) Harriet Amelia, b. Dec. 6, 1840, m. 1860, 
Amos J. Bicknell; (148) Eli Couch, b. July 27, 
1849; (149) Helen Malinda, b. July 21, 1851. Issue 
by Hcconrl wife: 

(150) Florus Hammct, b. Aug. 24, 1855; (151) Els- 
tcr, b. May 4, 1859, d. Nov. 3, 1859; (152) Els- 
tcr Dclaney, b. Oct. 19, 1861, d. Aug. 8, 1865; (163) 
Fannie Minerva, b. April 22, 1868; (154) Flora Vir- 
ginia, b. April 22, 1870; (155) Mabel May, b. April 
6, 1874. 

Ninth Generation. 

(73) HANNAH, daughter of (53) Henry and Elizabeth 
(Chillas) Frost, b. Aug. 22, 1802, d., 1840, m. Thomas Cos- 
grove. Issue (Cosgrovc) : 

(156) Thomas Henry Frost, b. Jan. 9, 1825, m. and 
had datightor, Anna; (-f-157) Elizabeth Jane; (158) 
Catherine Ann, b. Oct. 15, 1829, <I. Aug. C, 1910, m. 
Charles C. Egan of Johnstown, N. Y. 

(76) ROBEUT CHILLAS, son of (53) Henry and Eliza- 
beth (Chillas) Frost, b. Aug. 6, 1807, m. Julia, daughter of 
Ezra and Elizabeth (Smith) Frost. Issue: 

(159) Henry, (160) Ezra; (161) George; (162) 
Elizabeth, m. Edward Darlow; (163) Anabclla, m. 
John Uogcru; (164) Isabella; (166) Mary Dcams, m. 
a Hallis. 

(80) ELIZABETH, daughter of (63) Henry and Eliza- 
beth (Chilloii) Frost, b. May 7. 1814, d. 1860, m. Jamei 
Frovan. luue (Provan)i 



404 The Frost Genealogy 

(166) Mary, m. Ebcnczcr Rockwood; (167) Walter; 

(168) Htnry; (169) Minnie, b. May 26, 1859, d. 

Au^., 1893, m, llirnm MonHall of Long Island, N. Y. } 

(170) Klizalxlli, in. llmry Jk-nm-t. 

(81) ISAUKM.A DISimOVV, daii^litcr of (/53) Henry 
and Ellzalxtli (CliiJIaH) Front, h. IM). 15, iHlfl, d, Hcpt. 1, 
1888, m. II( nry M, liinrnn of New Vork (.'ity. Iwnue (HearnM) ; 

(171) Henry Matlitw, in. Lottie Do GraHhic Bacon and 
had: William Bacon, William Henry, Frank Catlin, 
Ella Louise, Alfred, Harry, Lottie Frost, Gilbert and 
Charles Frost; (+172) Margaret Ann; (179) Isa- 
bella Aflelaide; (171) Henrietta Elizabeth; (175) 
James Sterling, m, Anna Marie Bulkley, 

(83) MILES, son of (53) Henry and Elizabeth (Chillas) 
Frost, b. April 30, 1820, ni. Elizabeth Cousing of New York 
City. Issue : 

(176) Mary, m, George (lanson j (177) Jftfie Dougltti, 
Ml, (Jeorgi- VV, Vitrtitnn. 

(84) MAIIV, daiiglit.-r of (53) Henry and FJIzabcth 
(Chillas) FroHt, b. S. i)t, 3, 1821, m, William F, Beams. Issue 
(Beams) : 

(178) William Henry: (179) Georgian Elizabeth, m, 
Charles (lianibirH; (^HO) Adelaide Jennctta, b. Feb, 
8, 1882;(181) Rolxjrt J. 

(86) FHEOnV ANN DISBMOW, daughter of (53) Henry 
and i:ii/.ab. Ih (CliillaH) Front, b, A|»ril 0, 1825, d. Feb., 1907, 
m. William Counins, Issue ((.'ousins) ; 

(182) Adelaide Jenetta, in. John Sncdckcr. 

(129) THOMAS HHEUWOOI), son of (di) .Umihnn ami 
Elizii Laura (Sherwood) Frost, b, Cafherlnc, N. Y„ Dec. ill, 
1809, d. Watkins, N. Y., Jan, 11, 1885, m. Nov. 5, 1832, Lydia, 
b. New Preston, Conn., Oct. 3, 1811, daughter of Reuel and 
Rhoda (Smith) Cogswell. Issue: 

(188) Charlei, b. Nor. 8, 183«, m. Sept. 6, 186«, 
Tressa, daughter of George and Catherine (Shew- 



William Frost of Fairfield, Ct, 405 

man) Frost. (Sec No. 1309, of the descendants of 
William Frost of Oyster Bay, for their children and 
pictures.) (184) James S., b. Feb. 6, 1838, d. Oct. 
21, 1838; (185) Kdwin 8., b. July 1, 1844., m. April 
13, 1871, Harah Andrewn; (180) John K., b, June 
10, 1840, m. May 3, 187^, Eva UohinHon; (187) 
Enmia J., b. May 20, 1849, m, Jan. 25, 1877, Lcroy 
Giles. 

(138) LE GRAND WYNCOOF, son of (69) Joseph and 
Sally (McCarty) Frost, b. Aug. 28, 1829, living Catherine, 
N. Y. (1911), m. 1857, Isabella Frinrc. Issue: 

(188) James Prince, b. 1859, m. 1882, Jennie Turner 
and had: Harry Jatms who m. Grace IJ. Hrown, Lc- 
Grand W., John 'ruriicr who m. Ina J. Nutting, Wm. 
Prince, Ilobart C, Helen Jeanettc and Joseph A.; 
(189) Joseph McCarty, b. 1859, twin of brother, 
James Prince, m. 1885, Helen Hippie and had: Arthur 
L., b. 1886; (190) Charles L., b. 1862, m. 1888, Flor- 
ence Smith; (191) Mary I,, b, 1873, d, 1880; (192) 
Alfxan<hr 0., b. 1876, m, 1903, Hnrn Wnnn, and had j 
Ethel I„ b. 1906, und Alfx. Gray, b, 1909. Live* 
]''JgiM, III. 

(140) SARAH MINERVA, daughter of John and (71) 
Laura (Frost) McCarty, b. March 7, 1829, m. Catherine, N. Y., 
Sept. 8, 1846, Jerome Thompson, b. Kent, Conn., Aug. 26, 
IBM, d. Candor, N. Y., Dec. 5, 1892. Issue (Thompson) ! 

(-fl93) Coralyn Phidelia; (-j-194) Norman ,1.\ 

(4-195) John Fremont, 

Tenth Gerurtftion. 

(187) EUZARETH JANE, daughter of Thomas and (73) 

Hannah (Frost) Cosgrove, b, March 31, 1828, d. Oct. 21, 1890, 

nii JamcM Sterling Reams of Rrooklyn, N. Y, Issue (Reams) i 

(196) I'Ji/abeth Jane, b. May 26, 1855, d. March 2, 

1899, m. Edward P. Smith and had one son, James 

Sterling Beams Smith; (197) William James Gilbert, 

b. Feb. 4, 1867, d. Jan. 24, 1895, m. Margaret Carr; 

(-f*198) Ella Louise, m. James Henry Darlington; 



406 The Frost Genealogy 

(199) Kate Annabel, b. July 13, 1865, d. Dec. 28, 
1898, m. Gustavus Darlington and had: Margaretta 
Beams who m. Mr. Walters and Charles Goodcliffe 
Darlington; (200) Alfred Henry, b. Sept. 19, 1870, 
d. Nov, 24, 1877. 

(172) MAKGAKET ANN, daughter of Henry M. and 
(81) Isabella Disbrow (Frost) Beams, m. George Ely Kitching. 
Reside, Brooklyn, N. Y. Issue (Kitching) : 

(201) George Henry, b. Feb. 13, 1864, d. Feb. 26, 
1911, m. Helen L. James and had one son, Lawrence 
James; (202) Edward Brown; (203) Gilbert James, 
m. Comclia F. Vogel and had : Gilbert F., b. Nov. 3, 
* 1892, d. April 14, 1893; Florence M., Cornelia K., 
and GiU>ert James; (204) Isabella M.; (205) Flor- 
ence Ella. 

(193) CORALYN P., daughter of Jerome and (140) Sarah 
M. (McCarty) Thompson, b. May 9, 1851, m. Nov. 7, 1878, 
Dr. LeRoy Dwight Famham, of Binghamton, N. Y,, a graduate 
of the P. and S., New York City, class of 1878. Issue (Fam- 
ham): 

(206) Dwight Thompson, b. Oct. 16, 1881, graduated 
from Yale, 1904, after preparing at Philips Andover, 
m. Mateel, daughter of Edgar Watson Howe, of 
Atchison, Kan., on June 16, 1910, Resides, Seattle, 
Wash. 

(194) NORMAN J., son of Jerome and (140) Sarah M. 
(McCarty) Thompson, b. May 15, 1854, m. Sept. 4, 1878, Lil- 
lian Marie, daughter of Lorenzo Dow and Cynthia Marie (New- 
eomb) Tyler, of Tyler Hill, Wayne Co,, Pa, Issue (Thompson) ; 

(207) Merle Dow, b. Nov, 14, 1879, in Candor, N, Y., 
graduated from Lawrenccville preparatory school, 
1898, and Princeton, 1902, m. Oct. 3, 1906, Annie 
Louise, daughter of Dr. William F. and Annie Henry. 
They have two children : Tyler, b. Sept. 21, 1907, and 
Norma, b. Nov. 30, 1909. 

(195) JOHN FREMONT, son of Jerome and (140) Sarah 
M. (McCarty) T^hompson, b. Aug. 22, 1866, m. June 6, 1883, 



WiLLtAM Feost ok Fairfield, Ct. 407 

Adele Pratt, of Elmira, N. Y., who d. May 14, 1886. Lawyer, 
in Partnership with his son-in-law, in Oneonta, N. Y. Issue 
(Thompson) : 

(208) Mabel, b. March 8, 1885, d. 1891. 

John F. Thompson m., 2d, Nov. 1, 1887, Kate Lane 
of Cooperstown, N. Y. Issue (Thompson): 

(209) Ruth, b. Aug. 19, 1888, m. June 29, 1910, Lee 
Van VVocrt, of Oneonta, N. Y., and has one son, 
John Lane, b. May 22, 1911; (210) Marjorie, b. 
March 26, 1890, d. Jan. 8, 1902. 

Eleventh Generation. 

(198) ELT>A LOUISE, daughter of James Sterling and 
(167) Elizabeth J. (Cosgrove) Beams, m. James Henry Darl- 
ington (Bishop of the Episcopal Church, residing, Harrisburg, 
P&.). Issue (Darlington) : 

(211) Henry Vane Beams; (212) Alfred William 
Beams; (213) Gilbert Sterling Beams; (214) 
Eleanor Townsend; (216) Elliot Christopher Beams; 
(216) Kate Brampton. 



INDEX 



Abbey, Cclestia A., J36 

Frank A., 236 

Harvey S., 236 

Julia, 236 
Abel, Elijah, 398 
Abbott, Marv I., 325 

Thaddcus M.. 325 
Acker, Ada, 324 

Cordelia, 324 

Frank, 324 
Ackerman, Agusta, 226 

Frost, 225 

Oscar VV., 226 
Ackcrt, Louisa A., 253 

Maria, 253 

Sarah, 253 

Virgil A... 253 

Wm. II.. 25j; (S.). 3S3 
Acreley, Robert, 17 
Adatn«, Abigail, Ito 

Abram, 227 

Ilcda, 227 

Cbarlr, I'., 22? 

Dnviil, 117 

Ktiofi, yjQ 

Kunicr, 399 
Grace (j., 227 

Mary, 117; (A.), »03; 
(II.), 203 

Nellie A., 227 

Samuel, 293 

Sarah C, 227 
Adec, Kliza, 265 
Adii. Bcnj., 301 

Deborah, 301 
Akrrly, Catherine P., IJI 

I'hcbe, 121 

William. 121 
Akin, Anna, 188 

David. 147. 367. J69 

Klirabcth, 366 

Hannah. 147. 340, 3s8, 
359, 366, 367. 369. J7I 

Harriet, 1S8 

iohn, 147, 369 
onathan. 188 
o«inh. ifi6 
udilh, 366 
lartha, 188 
Mary. 147. 369 
Sarah. 147. 367. 3S9 
AlbertAon. A. Raymond, 
213 
Abigail. 129 

nenjamin. 21 1: (H.), Jt4 
Calista H.. 289 
Charles. 289 
Ella. 214 
F.thel. 213 
Emma. 213, 289 
(lulietma, 214 
Tames, 289 
John A., 213 
Miry, 313 
Phebe W.. 113 
Richel. 58 
Richard, 113, 114 
S«r«h, 213: (E.), «ij 
Alcorn, Margaret, 167 
Alden, John, 247 



Priscilla. 247 
Aldrich, Anna S., 36t 

Anson H., 261 

Belle, 229 

C. J.. 184 

Chloe. 94 

Ethel R., 261 

Frank J., 261 

George M., 261 

Gertrude, 261 

Harry D., 26>; (J.), a6l 

Henrietta. 261 

Henry B., 229 

Homer A., 261; (E.), 261 

Ida. 261 

Johnson, 261 

Tulia F., 261 

Rachel, 261 

Ruby, 261; (E.), >6l 

Ruth. 261 

Sarah A., 261 

Selh, 229 
Alger. Ada M.. 193 

firrbrrt. 193 

tohn H.. 193 

Mary )■, 193 
All.m. ( l.ira, 215 

I'.iinice !(., 21 J 

Margaret T., 21] 

rcrcy. 215 
Allee. Kstlier, 194 

lluld.ih F... 194 

Teremiah. 194 
Allen, Abigail, 147, 369 

Annie. 194 

David n., t94 

F.bencrcr, 147, 369 

F.lirabeth. 97 

Grnrge, 147. 369 

H.nnnah. 22S 

Hattic M., 311 

Hellen, 311 

Herman P., 311 

Ililand D., 311 

Hiram P., 311 

Josinah, ill 

Marion N^., 194 

Mary E.. 308 

TMirlir. 33. ej 

Rnliili, 147. 369 

Rohrrt. ii« 

Samuel P., 194 

S.Tr.ih. 147. 367, 369 

Silas. 311 

Thomas. 97 
Alley. I'.mma. 203 

Tames. 117 

Jemima. 117 

Mary, ,17 
Alsop, Hannah. 376 

Richard. 376 
Alsnaugh. Sfalinda. ?86 
Althand. Edw.. 346 
Amberman. Sarah M., 278 
Ames. Atta M.. 314 
Anderson, Mary, 171 
Andrews. Adaline E., 313 

Alice M., 313 

Edward F., J13, 310 

Elitabrth. 386 

Sr«« B 313. 310 

Harriet E., 313 

409 



Helen, 165 

Maria A., 320 

Mary, 342; (E.), 313 

NeUie P., 320 

Samuel, 342 

Sarah, 405 

Wm. D., 313; (H.), 3«J 
Angel. Amelia, 205 
Angcll, Annabel, a$7 

Edw. M., 257 

Elizabeth F., 257 

Flora. 246 

Franccna. 256 

Isabel, 257 
Angcll, Jessie, 257 

John H.. 257 

Judith, 157 

Louisa I!., 90 

Marietta, 257 

Mildred, 257 

Richard S., 257 

Robert H., 2S7 

Wm. A., 257; (P.). »5«S 
(L.), 257 
AjMiril, Calistn H., 389 

Cliarlm, 289 

F'"rtiftia, j8(; 

Irene, 289 

John II.. 289 

Reuben II., 289 

Samuel A., 289; (E.), 
289 
Applegath, Helen, 334 

John G., 224 
Archer, Annie M., 31J 

George A., 215; (F.), ais 

Kate, 21$ 

Lavinla. 215 
Arnold, Abigail, 187 

Benedict, 308 

Caroline, 1H7, 264 

Charles N,, 187, 364 

David, 187. 264 

Frederick S.. 264 

Jane. 187, 365 

Katharine I., 265 

Levi. 107 

Lvdia, 107: (H.>, 107 

Mary S. M., 187 

Nalli.in. 187 

Pri^rilla. 193 

Rachel. 107 

Ransom. 192 

Sarah A., 264 

Thomas, 107 

William C., 264 
Ascher, Ellen, 156 
Atlicrton, Rachel, 235 
Atwater. Eliz. H., 259 

Levi H., 259 

Mary M.. 259 
Atwood, Elii. E., 32$ 
Austin. Annie I., 390 

Bessie L, 246 

Daniel, 107 

Flora, 346; (A.), 346 

George L.. 346; (S.), «4< 

Job C.. 166 

Phebe E.. 166 

William C. 346 
Arres, Etiiabeth, iS9 

Harriet, ao6 



410 



The Fbost Gekealoot 



B 

Bacon, Lottie L)-, 404 
Badg(e)lcy. tliphalet, 174 

Marjr C 174 

Sally Ann, ajs 
Biilcy, Almira, 38J 

Amy L, 388 

Uaruiafa, 154 

Levi, 383 

Mary J., 154 

Miriam V., 178 

Kulh Ann, 138 

Samuel, 154 
Baker, Arthur, 186 

Charles, 133, 149 

Cornelia U ., 13J 

Daniel, 186 

Elizabeth. 65, 2tt 

Etbclanah, 29 

Gertrude M., 133 

Helen W., IJJ 

Huldah, 45 

James. 40, 65, 97 

Jaoc. 268 

Jnlia. 149 

Paulina, 18S 

IUio<3a« 49 

SamoH, 45 

Sarah, 13J 

Sut.an J., 149 

TlieTesa, 97 

Thomas, 149 

Treisa, 149 

Wilham, 149 
Baldwin, Augusta. 139 

Calista, 239 

Irene, 339, 289 

Lanra, 339 

Mrhitable, 129 

Ph<-be, 241 

keut>en l)., 167, Slf 
B«I1. Alice C, 328 

Alonzo, 236 

Caroline E., 328 

Catherine B., jiy, «st 

Charles E., 328 

Charlotte C, 328 

Dr. 86 

Elirabeth I., jay 

Ellen. 86 

Hattie. 236 

Harriet. 228 

Henry W., ,27 

Jane A., 228 

Lavinia. 328 

Llewellyn H., 328 

Lucy, 328 

Mary. 2j6. 328 

Rf>*e, Anna, 228 

Spencer M., 328 

Wait. 228 

Wra. H.. 3. '8 
Banister. Martha. 234 
Banker, Mary. 59 
Banfa. lyorcna, 287 
Barhour. Ann, 304, jia 
Barerr. Mrory, 326 

He«ler M., 326 

MatiMa A., jti 

Samuel P., 32^ 
Barighf. Eleanor, 117, 119 

Elirabeth, 1 17 

John, 117, 119 

Sarah, 119 
Barlow. Ann, 491 

K/lgar, 179 

Edward, 40J 

Elirabeth, 391, 4«j 

George, 160 

tohn. 391, M* 
fartha. 160 
MeliNS. t7* 



Barmore, Bethany, 118 

Emma J., 177 

Henry, 118 

Lydia, j7, 118 
Barnard, ll.irriet A., ^74 
Barnes. Abigail, 384 

Anast.isia, 185 

Ann E., 204 

Eliza. 189 

Emily, 204 

Freelore. 117 

Harris C, 189 

Henry, 204 

Howard \V., 383 

Irving F., 189 

Jonathan. 385 

Joseph, 189 

Joshua, 117 

Juliet C, 189 

Malvina E., 383 

Martha, 385; CE.). 38J 

Mary, 400 

Nettie v., 189 

Patience, 117 

Rebecca. 370 

Susan J.. 189 

T. G.. 400 

Thomas. 170, 384 

Waller H.. 189 

Wm. C. 189 

W'illi, \V., 383 
Barney, Georgiaoa, ijj 
Bamum, Elir., 86 

Rosana. 86 
Barrett. Clara, 254 

Mattie, 170 

Zuba, 334 
Barrow, David, laa 

Sarah. 122 
Barrows. Catherine, J»7 
Barto. Daniel, 194; (O.J, 
'94, 2'')R 

Edmund C, 194. *6S 

KIl73beth, 268 

Harriet, 2')8 

Harry, 268 

I-ola. 268 

Lucy. 26R 

Mabel. 268 

Margaret. 268 

Mary. 194 

Ntira. 268 

Olive. 194 

Philip S., 268 

Roswell, 194 

Thomas F., 194. 268 
Bartow, Helen. 74 
Bashford. Byerly, 379 

Deborah. 379 

Mary. 84. „p 

Ihojnas, ,79 
Bassrlf. Hannah, 386 

Louisa, 387 

Martha, 94 

Niiron, 387 

Sally, 121 

Thomas. 94 
Batrmnn TessU B., »6t 
Bates, Malinda, 321 

Susanna, 357 
Batter, Edmund, ^64 
BaiiWbesd, Ann. 32^ 

Flirabelh. 328 

James. 328 
Banter. A. C, tjt 

F.liraf«-lh, 32 

''•"""hi i* 
Helen R., 254 
J. Francis, 132 
Joseph E., 2«4 
Lillian V., iij 
Louiaa P., IJJ 
Oliver, jj 



Robert M.. 32 
Bayles. Florine, 242 

fohn. ,2. s8; (H.). 44i 

Mary, 58 

Sarah, 58 
Bavley, Adele F., 366 

licvier S., 266 

Cornelia, 266 

John A., 266 

Louisa F., 266 
Beach, Lydia J., 284 
Beadle, see Hedell. 
Beams, Adelaide J., 404 

Alfred, 404; (H.), 40S 

Anna. 404 

Charles K., 404 



Eliz. T, 405 
Ella L, 



(A.), 



_ , ■ 404, 40$, 4*7 
Frank C, 404 
Georgian E., 404 
Gilbert, 404 
Harry, 404 
Henry M., 404 
Henrietta E., 404 
Isabella D., 404; 

404 
Tames S., 404, 405 
Kate A., 406 
Lottie, 404; (F.), 404 
Margaret, 403; (A.), 404, 

406 
Robert J., 404 
Wm. B., 404; (H.), 404t 

(F.), 404: (J.), 405 
B«dell, Abigail, 145, 336 
Charles H., 317 
Daniel, 41 

David, 41, 73, 7S, 340 
Deborah, 41, 73 
Edmund, 145, 336 
Edna J 317 
Elizabeth, 41, 73, 74, 71, 

139. 226 
Ephraim, 40, 42, 74, 7g, 

340 
Esther M., 255 
Euphemia, 139 
Frances, 145, 226; (V.), 

Frank, 161; (W.), 317 
George H., 255. 379; 

(W), 255 
Gilbert, 75, 139 
Hannah, 41. 74. 7J, 303 
Isaac, 303 
Jacob, 40, 73 
James W., 139 
Jane, 303: (A.), 303 
Janet E., 317 
Jehial, 127 
John H,, 145, 236 
Katherinc, 279 
Leonard 127 
I^eRoy R., 317 
Lillian R., 255 
Marv, 4t, 73, J37. ijff 

Mill.crnt, 7$. 340, J7J 

Moses, 303 

Nancy, 41 

Nettie, 255 

Patty Ann, 139 

Phllena, 40, 43, 74, yj, 

RtiUn. 32< 

Samuel, 40, 33tf| (P.), 

Sarah, 41, yj 
Solomon, 1(1 



Index 



411 



Becbc, Henrietta, 314 
Huldah, 326 

J. H.. i,A 

Juliette M., 31J 
Beecher, Minerva, tSs 
Behrens, Sophia, 361 
Belden, Dr., 44 

Martha A., 344 
BeldinK, Mary, 400 
Bell. Arialine, 367 

Hannah, 171 

Henry, 8 

Isaac, 171 

John 171 

Lucy K., 367 

Mary L 171, 349 

Rosannan, 171 

Wm. H., 267 
Belville, Martha M., 39< 

John n.. 393 
Bemis, Abigail, 336 
Benedict, Charles O., ]04 

Dorcas, 336 

li.P. .V4 

Elizabeth, 304 

Fernwood. 337 

Hannah M., 304 

Levi, 304 

Minnie A., 337 

Ov:«r, 304 

Prince, 326 

Rachel, 326 

Samuel, 336 
Bennett. Charles, 154 

Cynthia, 154 

Deyo. 253 

Elizabeth, 404 

r.recn, 154 

Henry, 404 

Mary Ann, jS 

MrlU.a, ,54 

MIna, 3 i3 

Rhfwla. '310 

Ruth v.. 370 
Bentley. Hannah, 91 

Hiram, 91 

Mary, 80 
Bereiford. Hope 

Alex. J., 248 

ETs'yn. M., 348 

Mildred A.. 348 
BerR, Caroline, 108 

Charles J.. 318 

Christine E., 318 

Edith r,. 318 

Elizrihfth A., 318 

Francis, 318 
Berkhiser. Andrew, 384 

Dora A., 284 

Miri.im, 284 

IJerry. .Arminda, JJ* 

Oenr(je G., Til 

iohn C, 136 
'ary E., iil 

Rebecca, 83, 383 
B«ll«, ( arrie. 195 

Cnthcrinc S,, 378 

Jane, 357 

Wm. VV., 357 
Bevier, Anna, 181 

Charles A., t8i 

Ellsworth, 181 

Ernest, 181 

Grace E,, 181, 3st 

Harry J., r8i 

iosiah C, 181 
osephine S., 181 
fai7 A., 181 
Maurice L., 181 
Nathaniel, 181 
Bcyet, Crrut. 391 
JoMpbln*, J91 



Lewis J., 391 

Mary, 198; (A.), 191 

Ralph F., 391 

Ruth, 198 

Wrighl, 198 
BicWcrstalT. Hannah, 35)1 
Bicknell, Amos J., 403 

Harriet A., 403 
Bigclow, Claude, 337 

Clyde, 2.17 

GeorRC VV., 337 

Gertrude, 337 

T^^ttie, 237 

Susan K , 237 
BillinKS, Geo., 38s 

I-ena B,, 285 

Mildred. 285 

Ruth, 28; 
BinRcr, ASiR.iil, 358 
Binsse, F.lizabeth H., 3IS 

Henry, 215 
Bird. Hannah. 69 
Birdsall. Abraham, 368 

AIeT<ander, 368 

Ann, 366, 368 

Benjamin, 365, 366, 368 

Betty, 367 

Charity, 365 

Charlotte, 368 

Content, 366 

David. 147, 353, 359. 3<7. 
368 

Elizabeth, 210, 365, 366 

Emily F., 245 

Gladys, 245 

Hannah, 147. 340, 358, 
359. 366, 367, 369, 371 

Henry, 7. '3. 45. »45t 
36.1, 364, 3S5; (C.),345 

James, 147, 210, 340, 3S8, 



ames, 147, 210, 340, 3S8, 
359. Sfi^. .l6r. 3". 369. 



i 



.17' 
■i<ne, 365, 3«« 
ohn, 365, 366 
udilh, 363 
vinia. 368 
l^uie M., 34s 
Lucretia. 366 
Mariah, 368 
Mary. 147, 340. 358. 359, 

367. 368, 371, 373 
Mercy. 365 
Miriam, 365 

Nathan, 6. 7. 147, 364, 
365. 3SS. 3'5'. 3M, 369 
Phebe. 367, 368 
Polly. 147, 340, 367. SW. 



Rebecca. 366 

Samuel. 9. 11, 365 

Sarah, 365. 368 

Stepben. 7. 13. 365 

Susan, 124, 310 

Siis.Tnnah, 365, 366 

Thomas, jCH 

Willi.nm, 9, 365 

Ziliynh, t65 

Zilpba. 365 
Birks, I^ura, 113 
Bishop, Abigail. 387 

John 378 

Richard, 364 
Bivins. Josephine, 339 
BlarUner. Carlos, 170 

Caroline. 170 
nUkeman, Aaron, }8l 

lames, 381 

Jane, 381 

Miriam, 381 
Blakeslee. Anson, 387 

Ebeneter, 38* 

Ifaae, 3831 jM 

Julia, itf 



Mary. 385 
Blanch. Joseph. 343 
Margaret L,, 343 
Sarah A., 343 
Ijiancy, Charity, 301 

John, 301 
Bleylock, Elizabeth, 371 
Blivcn. Clarence, 339 

Emily, 239 

Felix C, 23^ 

Laura, 339 
Olin, 219 
Bloodgood, Alice, 180 

Catharine, 180 
Deborah, 379 

Elizabeth C, i8e 

Emily, 180 

Helen, 180 

James, 180 

Mary F., 180 

.Susanna, 180 

Thomas T.. 180 
BIy. Nellie D.. 300 
Bjardman. Eliza H., 346 

George. 31 

Thomas. 345 
Bockus, Ann. 133, 134 

John, 132, 134 

Letiria, 134 

Mary. 132 
Bodle, Francea, t07 

George 197 

Mary E., 197 

Is.ibella F., 197 

Selim, 197 
Bogardus, Annie L., iSe 

Lewis. 203 

I'hebe. 203 

Sarah C, 203 
Dogart, Almira, 101 

Ilarrift, 101 

Jacob. 101 

John A., 101 

Susan. 101 

William. loi 
Boity, James, 33s 

Mary, 335 
Boland, Belinda. 394 
Bond. Anna. 193 

Ella M., 283 

Frances M., 193 

Hulbert A., 193 

Newton F.. 193 
Boody. Abbie H., 313, »t» 

Alvin, 212 

Anna L., 313 

David A.. 313, 313 . 

Marijcry H., 313 

Virginia L., 313 
Boomer, Lucretia, 370 
Booth. Arthur O., 3<5 

Charlotte. 393 

Cornelia A., 365 

Eric. 26 J 

J. Arthur, 265 

Janet, ifit 

Joshua ir, 361 

lulian W., 265 

Helen M., 365 

Rebecca, 391 

Kuby. 361 

Simon. 391 
Bnisoon, Susanna, 9a 
llosworlh. Nettle, 1(1 
Bott«(or<l. Mina W., l|) 
Bound, Ilannah, 39 
Boulon, Ann, 71 

Sarah, 101 
Bowen, Ann, 343 

Annie C, 343 

Betsey E., 398 

Lucien. 343 
Bower, Annit P., 369 



412 



The Front Gekkalooy 



Bower, Chirirt, J69 

Elranor E., 169 

Paulin*, 269 

Riymond, 269 
Bo»-ne, Ann, 133 

Elizabrtb, 22, 38, ]4S« 

, 35» 

Hannah, 22, 341, Jfa> 

, 353, 355. 356 

John, 22, 341. 3Si, i%l, 

, 354. 355. 356 

Vargarrt, 134 

M.rr 63, 352 

Matilda, 133 

Martha J., aS 

Naomi. I 33 

V.'i\>trt I-., 133 

7honia«, 22, 35J 
Boyd, Sara. 82 

SuMinna. 152 
Brackcnridgr. Florence E., 

^3" 

George T., 322 
Bradley, , 350 

Allen, 287 

Burr, 39S 

Catharine, 287 

Chester I).. 2R7 

Fdiih M., 222 

John R,, 222 

Rehecci C, 187 
Bradshaw, Maria, 400 
Branch, Harriet J., 260 
Brashear, Col., 220 
Brehner, Charles D., 494 

Charlea E. C, 294 

Helen G., 294 

Nancy. 294 

Neil, 204 
Brett, EI12., 163 
Brewer. Adelia, 200 

Chauncpy, 200 

Mrs.. 334 
Brewster. Daniel, 17, 18 

Hannah, 294 
Brian, Alexander, 16, 17 
Bridgcam, Annie F., 176 
Briggs, Alpheus, 104 

Elizabeth, 204 

Emma, 204 

Francina. 103 

iemima L., 295 
Jarjr, 147, 369 

L.ouis«, 269 
Theron J., 204 

Thomas. 369 
Brigham. E. P., 153 

Calista. 153 
Bright, Thomaj, 341 
Briglin. \Vm. S., 16s 
Bri.han^, Harriet R., j«t 
Bri.lol^ Kanny H.. .,«, ^ 

H. B., ,35 

Mary. 135 
BrfKLkni. Abigail, j(f 

John, 386 

J-ydia A., 386 

Moiie», 386 

Thankful. 386 

.Hrookmir, Jacob, || 
Brook.. Anna M.. «|7 

fy I»uita, »57 

Phfl>e, Ii6 

Thomat I,., jiy 

Waller I-, «|7 
Brown, A(nri, 147 

Amanda II., 217 

Anne, 347, jje 

Annie. 146 

B*t»ey, loS 

Charltr, 48 

Comelim, 74 



Darlua, 179 

KKie, 214 

Klirabeth, 74, 99, ttj 

Elmira P., 179 

Grace B., 405 

Henry, 347 

Herl>ert VV., 227 

Joseph, »49 

Lucille A., 249 

Lula, I3» 

I.vdia A., ufi. **7 

Afary, 71, 3j8 

Mrhilablr, 54 

N.nlhanlel. 54. 7J 

New^^n I-.. 146, t»7 

Norris, 146 

Pamelli, 70 

Peter, 372 

Phebe, 146 

Sarah, 73; (C). I4<t »»1 

Susanna, 73 

Thomaa, 73 

Unity. 37' 
Brownell, F.lir., J6» 

Minerva, 262 

^lo^e^. 262 
Bruck. Elir... 207 
Bnin.l.iKe. Kdw., S7 

Klirab'-th, 08 
Brunh, On.. 106 
Bry.int. Nancy, 159 
Buck. Ab'Kaif, 299 

Anna M., 404 

Bet«ev, 299 

David, 299 

F.llen. 2^9 

Emeline. 299 

F.7ra, 200 

Tahez. 2p8 

Toel. 299 

t^iii<, 299 

Mose«, 290 

Phrhe, 298 

Sally. 299 

SamuPl. 299 

Stephen, 259 

Tartullas, 299 
Budd, Elizabeth, 234 

Hannah, 378 

Tames. 234 

Jane, 337. 344 

Jane Ann, 234 

Iemima, 349 

John, 3,7, 338. 343. 344. 
349 



oseph. 344, 349 
iary, :(i-t (P.). 349 



I 

Underbill. 378 
Buell. C.-iroline, 300 

Hannah, 300 

Orson, 300 
Buffet, .Sarah. ij» 
Buffinglon, ^^r«., »tO 
Biixber, Susanna, 7J 
llueh, Arnilnia M., jM 

lamrs A., 286 

Malindn. 286 
Bullis. Cyrus, 91 

Gertru'le, 91 

Tlnnnnh, 91 

Isaac, 91 

Phebe, 91 
Burch. /\Hred, 305 

Mary, 3ns 
BurKd'irp. T'hillp, j/f 
Burger, F.llra, «5f 
Burgia, lohn, 350 

Priscilla, 358 
Burke, Edmund, 3<» ' 

Julia, t«, 
Burlew, Ro«e J., itf) 

RoMlta, 163 
Borlinc, Marj P., <« 



Burnelte, F,mm«, 17I 

Millard 1'., 175 

Burnham, , 401 

Burr. Eliiabeth, »7 

Henry, 37 

Jjhn, 27 

Keziah, 27 
Burroughs, Widow, 14 
Burt, Martha, 131. »•• 

Sarah, 86 

Wm. M., I3«. ««* 
Burtis, Anna, tio 

CornrHs, 216; (M,), lli 

Mary P., 216 

Oliver I),, ai6 

Rachel, 216 

Theodore K., Jl«!(Wm.), 

2I« 

Thomas. IJO 
Burton, Ada, 22s 

Joana, 346 
Butler, Elizabeth, 331 

Uinah, 331 

Hannah, C$ 

John, 6 

Maria, 303 

Mary, 37 

Stephen, 08, 33I 

Vilctte, 08 
Buxton, Clement, J7J 

Unity, 372 
Byrum, Lucy J., tjl 

Vernan, 171 



Cable, Charles W., 178 

Elizabeth F., 178 

George H., 178 

Miriam V., 178 

Phrbe M., 178 
Cadwell, Cordelia, 161 

Frank, i6t 

Martha, 306 
Cahoon, Alice, 176 

Annie F., 176 

Elsie A., 176 

Emma. 176, 254 

Mary E.. 176, 254 

Rachel Jane. 176 

Thomas, 176; (R.), ijt 

William. 176 
Caldwell. Jane, 235 

Matilda J., 232 

William C, 232 
Camp. Alida, 58 
Campbell. Sarah, 306 
Carman, Abigail, 38 

Adam, 23 

Agnes, 196 

Alice B., 195 

Amelia, 197 

Anna, 57, iij, 197) (p,), 

r 'tV 
Caleb, 112 

Carrie, 196 

Catharine, 197; (T,), i^l 

(W.), 197, 469 
Charles, ua, 197) (0.)» 

'95 
( larence, 197 
Ellen M,, 198 
Elizabeth, 113, 198 
Fmma, 198 
Estella, 197 
Florpnee C,, 171 
Prank W., igj 
Prederic D., 195, ay» 
PreloTe, in, 19$ 



Cay, »jo 
Cenerfere, »yt 
Ceorre W., 197 
Gerret S.. 195 



Indkx 



418 



Carman, Glidyi M., 470 
Glfn E., i70 
Henry, 113, 198; (H.), 

197, 198 
Humphrey, i:a, 113 
Jacob, 112, 195 
'amei S., i< 



imei b., 105, 370 

ine, irj; (L.), 196, 197 

ennie L., 270 

ohn, 73i (A.), 171 

ulia, 195, 370 

xwlii, 197 

Loretlfi, 197 

Lucy J., 371 

Lyilia, 112, 195 

Mal)cl K.. 171 

Mnlvina .. 197, 171 

Margaret, 197, 369 

Martha, iia, 113, 195, 
196, 197; (W.). 371 

Mary, 112, 197, 198; 
(K), 197; (I-.). "3! 
(S.), 270, 271 

Mordecai, 113, 196, 198 

Neale, 270 

Phfbc, II J, 113, 195, 197, 

2f.9 

Rachel, 1 1 J, 196 

Ralph, 197 

Richard, 113, 197, J71 

Ruth J., 270 

Sarah, 107, 197 

Thomas, 113, 196, 197, 
269 

\Vm., 112, 113, 195, «97. 
269 
Carney, Edward, 30J 
Julia A., 205 

Mary, 205 
Carpenter, Abraham, 100 

Amy, 203 

Ann A., 221, 280 

Anne, 39 

Annie, 128 

Archciaus, 323 

Benjamin, 35 

Bethany, 118 

Calvin, 100 

Carrie O., 273 

Charles, 203 

Clarence, 221, 281 

Daniel, 41, 202; (J.). 201 

Edith H., 203 

Edw. F., 218; (N.), 303 

Elizabeth. 29, 218 

Esther, 100, 117 

Ezra, 100 

Fanny. 218 

Frost, 128 

r;roree W., 203 

Hannah. 32, 128, 114, 
202. 281; (W.). 373"' 

Harry, j2i, 381 

Howard, 303 

I>«ar, too 

Jacob, 32, 128, 318 

Jamci, 39, 128 

John E. 303 

Leah H., 274 

I.ydin, 100, 118 

Maria, 317 

Martha T., 95 

Mary, 100, 137 3031 
(A), 86; 01.), f9J| 
(S.). 381 

Moll, fIT 

Nathaniel, 60 

Fhebe, 33, 138, J18, a8l, 
333 

Reorcca, 317, Ji8, |f] 

Richard W., 373 

Robert R., 373 

Samuel, 317; (M.), aiS 



Sarah, 66, 68, J$, 100, 
138, 281, 2931 (C), 
221 

Thomas, 202 

Thorn, 29 

Timothy, 323 

Walter, 100, 203 

Wm. C, 134. 318, 331, 
380; CF.), 318; (T.), 
221, 381 

Winncfrrd, 274 

Zrno, 118 
Carr, Maruarel, 405 
Carrier, Anna T., 307 

HrlcTi IC., 307 

I/e«trr, 307 

Reni|;ier, 307 

Sarah, 307 

Zillah, 307 
Carrigan, Harriett, 159 
Carroll, F.dith L., 191 

Helen M., 191 

Lorin F., 191 

Vernon, K.. 191 
Carter, Caroline, 188 

Charlotte C, 328 

Erlward L., 338 

Ell/alieth L m8 

I.ucy 1',., 128 

Wm. F.j 328 
Carvnllo, Fred, 333 

Sofia, 233 

Case, I'lorine, 243 
Madeline, 243 
Thomas, 242 
Cass, Brfiey, 269 
Catps, Catherine, 171 
Catlin. May S., 388 
lulia A.. 400 
Scoby. 288 
ThrcHsa. 288 
Cecil, .vnldre,] A., 348 
Oiadwick, Enoch, 193 
Hannah. 193 
Lyiiia H., 193 
Cliamhcrlin, G. Louisa, 357 
Henry, 257 
Jane, 257 
Mina L., 257 
Sarah M., 257 
Chambers, Charles, 404 
Elizabeth. 97 
CeorRe. 97 
GeorRian C, 404 
Charles, Esther A . 206 
Charle<;worth, Harriett, 190 
Charlock, Sarah. 378 
CbarUnn, Charles F., 36 

Stephen F.. 26 
Chaoe. Alvin. 174, jgj 
n^"ey r... 383 
Clara, iS^ 
rvnibin C, 374 
Fllrabelh. 184 
Elmer, 183 
Esther, 38, 
Hannah 183 
Henry, 183 
Isaac. 381,' 184 
Tohn, 383 
T.flvlnla, 381 
Martha. ,Rv (K.), j8l 
Mary 108, 381 
Obnrllah, 383, 384 
Riianah, 383 
Ruth, 174, 38J 
Clienie, Harriett, 170 
CheaebrouKh, Amoi, 347 
Anna. 347; (D.), 347 
Annie O., 347 
Daniel F., 347 
Desire, 347 
Edna, 347 



Cenrge I.., 347 
(iidrun r., 347 
Grace L., 347 
Hannah, 247 
Marjorie, 247 
Mary, 247 
Nancy A., 247 
Nathaniel, 347 
I'hcDc. 247; (D.), 347 
I'riscilla, 347 
Samuel, 247 
William, 347 
Chesrinan, Joseph, IJO 
Maria, 130 
Mary E., 130 
(J^rar, 130 
Chester, RoRer, 17 
Chilli, AiiRiisiiis, 183 

Josephine, 183 
Chill.is, Klir., 399, 400 

Robert, 300 
*-nisholm, Ilelen M., 106 
Church, Chester, 373 
Norma, 272 
Sarah, 372 
Cimlia. Peter, 39 
Cipperly, Elir., 306 
Claniinn, George, 404 

Mary, 404 
Clapp, Alma T?., 366 

Anri.a Frost, 49. 53, 97 f 

(\v.). 190 
Armilla. 307 
Benjamin, 119 
Charity, 119 
Oiarlrs, 119 
navirl, 119 
Delia. 133 
r.>-*in. 119 
Ethel C, 265 
Elizabeth, 190 
Hannah, 119 
Harrv, T19 
Helen A.. 267 
Henry F., 190, 366; (S.)r 

267 
Herbert W., 190 
Hester, 119 
Isaac, 119 

Jacob, 119 
ames, 119; (H.), 190 
lary E.. 307; (J.), 119; 
(S.), I go 

Milton. 307 

Nicholas, 119 

Fhebe, 119 

Samuel, 119; (H.), 190 

Sarah, 119; (F.), J07, 
308 

Sophia II., 190 

Thomas, 119 

William, 119 
Claris. Capt,, 144 

Calherine, 84, 379 

EII7.il, etli, 108, 371 

Liiria, «I9 

Lvdia, 118 

Mary, 108 

Millson. 339 

I'liillp, 108 

Sii.an K., 355 
Cleary, Susan, 188 
Cleaves. Adelaide H., t7l 

Catharine S., 378 

G<w,r([e H., 378 
Clement, Catherine, 171 
Clement, BenJ. L., (4} 

Grace A., 345 

Horace E., 345 

Maude A., 345, 39] 

Merejr E., 345 

Nellie A^ 34s 

Samuel P., 34S 



414 



Thb Froat Gkn'rai^ooy 



Clemrnt, Strth II., |i4 

So|>lii( A., J4i 
CIrnirnIt, Klit*l>etb, !•• 
Oitfu'J, llririlie 1., Hi 

C»r» K., i8« 

Dtll» W., »«5 

Kd»ard 11., jSf 

y.mttuk y., i9% 

Franklin, jfl] 

Gale K., 28) 

Gladyi C. 38} 

Harrjr. 285 

Laura, j^s 

i>m» IJ^ j8$ 

Lirtic F., j8s 

Mar jr. 116 

Olii J., 185 
ClinKT. Kill., «f 
Cl»«', llannah, Jff 

JoM^i*, 37 M 

OdrU, J7J 

Sarah, 100 
Oouifh, John, |)« 

riif b«. 1 30 
Clulc, Albert, J04 

Carolina, J04 
Coalf«. Mary, 351 
Cobb. Kll-n M.. iji, atS 
Coburn, l.<'tilia J,, 146 
Cock'('r«k> CoK. 

Abrl, 05 

Ab.K.ii: r» 

Abraham, 69 

Adah K., 97 

Adnniiah, ij8, 16a 

AWrrd, 134; (F.), fj 

Allrn S., «s 

AmbroM, 96, los, 181, 

190 
Andrrw D., 105 
Ann, 66, 13s 
Anns. 39, 94, iji; (F.), 

106 
Anne. .^3; (£.), 69 
Benjamin, 96, 130, j8l 
Urnnon, 311 
Caro/ine r.., 136 
Catharine, 63, (9; (L,), 

««» 

Charily, 30, 40, 48, tof, 

136 
Charlr«, 65, 66, 97, Iff} 

(W.). 106 
Chi"*'. 94, 9« 
Daniel, 15, 33, 63 Jj 
„n6; (F.), ,oj 
Deborah. 30. 68, 69, ft, 
_n5. 136. »»o, aSl 
Delia. 97 
Dinah 38, 66 
por-.fliv. ,4, ,,«, ,,o 
Kdwar-l It , 106, 181, 187 
F.leanor H., 97 
F.Mnor, 119 

>■/<; r.), 6( 
El)'4l>e<h, JO, 48, 49, fa, 

66. 96, 97. 100, isli 

<T.), 9S. Ji< 
F.IIrn, i3« 
Emil.e |5 . ,8,, ,,| 
F.itlier, j8, 79 
Fr.rel.. ,8,. (H.), ,«« 
FfedrflrW, iRi 
Frrrlovr, i,» 
^•fo'W, J0| (F,), !•« 
llaiiniJi, JO, ,,, ,,, „ 

•J. 9f. If 



latae. 30, 43, 48, |«, 7y, 
94, 100, los, III! (T.), 



69 

'u„U. 30, 4)li (■'■). 69 
famea, 8, 11, n, 17, jo, 

]l. M. 39. 4>. 94. 9<i 

97. I JO 

»ne, 105; (D.), 134. »H 
'emima, 68; (S.), 68 
erusha, 30 
esite, 95 

ohn, 11, 60, 9%. 97, 119, 
" .), 10$, 



F.va, 4AI 

ianiet S., 40} 
(ilin K., 40} 

j.ydia, »j6, 404 

Kruel, 404 

Khoda, 404 

Sarah, 4ef 

Tre««a, 404 
Coliirn, Cn'lwalladcr, 144 
Cole, Adeline, igf, <]| 

Antoinette, 149, jj| 

A^.ihel, 8a, 154 



...... t m, «v., T,T, w/ , lay, .......... u«, ,3^ 

i»8. 136; (L.), 10$. Charlea, atj; (C 
135, 181, 187; (.S.), i^« 154; (N.), 149, 

ird.in, 40, 48, 96 Chnrlotte, 149 



intni'y'. Hi! 4».' S4, 94) 9i 
fubiia, 30 
;'«lnli, 3<, 30 
.nliiriih, 04 
l.«tiali, 130 
{.evi, 40, 1,6, 97, 119 
l-orr(ta, 4o, 59, 60 
Maria, 161, 331 
Martha, 30, 33, 48, 49, 
Oi. 95, 9«; (C), 95! 
<T.), 95 
Mary, 39. 40. 48, 63, 65, 
66, 69, 04. 96. 100, ijj, 
'3". 15*. i«». 190, JSfJ 
(A.), ,n, ,36'. rtf.J 
0<. 97! 'J.), I06i (M.J, 

Ma^iidi^V"' <*•'••' 
Ophie P., ,06 
Pliehe, 29, 30, 7J, 95, 94, 
105, toT, n8, 181, 190. 

Pl^nr. 13. «S 
Polly, 96 
R.icbcf. 95, 96 
Rcl.ccca, 30, 48 
Rhod, ,0, J,. 4» pj 
Richard 79: (E.!». ^7 
Ro-iannah. 37, 6$ 
Roielta. 6n 
Safn,intha M., log 
Samuef. 11, »7, jj, J4, 

.19. 48. 40, 59. 94 
Sar.ih, ,1, 33, 37, ,9 <,, 

61, 69. 94. 951 (A,), 

187 
Si'a«, II, J7 
Solomon, io< 
Sfrphrn, 68. 9Si (P.), 
. 66; (M.), 9S 
nu^anna, 94 
Sylvia, 94 
Theodore, 181 
Thcreia, 97 
Threna, 49 
Thomaa, oj 
Towntrnd D,, if, 1*4, 

119 
('rlnfi, fit 
Wllll,i,n, 66, 961 (f,), 

Xriiriah, 48 

Cod(linu(on,'AC;abim, i»i, 
103 

Maria, 101 

Mary, lof, lej 

Sutan, loj 
CodMrr, r,rnr|f>, 19 
C«», Anna tl., tti 

I'miii Ik N,, «6| 

(da, «6i 
C«ffin, Delia U.iof 



<I4 



-..,.. .„ wflffin, Delia M., ■«• 

Kdwln ■ --- 
Emma 



Clarence, 154 

Cl.iude, 154 

f'orab.lle, j%t 

D/inirl, 81, 14I 

Kdilh, t]4 

Kdna, J35 

Eli-hj, 81. 8», t4l, l|9| 

(}■), 148 
Fli/abelh, 1)4 
F.INworth A., t»A 
Elirtte, a6s 
F.Mher F., 28s 
George, 8», 1541 (H,), 

149 
Grace, 1^^ 
r.<'rn<-y ff,, ,84 
Mnrl/in. i<f4 
Harlem, 8j 
ll.irry, 154 
I elen, 154 

lliram, jjat (M.), fgt 

'/n. 8J. 154: (S.), |]4 

Jane Ann, i.14 

Jarvis A.. 235 

Jennie A.. 23$ 

John, 2S2 

Joseph, 82, 383 

Joshqa, 152 

Lucy, 23s 

Ly'f'a. 148, 149; (J,), 

Martha. 334 

Mary, 1.4, ,,g, (f) 
154; (Ann), !»; ^'" 
Melinta, iS4 
Melvin, 284 
Minerva R., 82, IJJ 
Mortimer, 154; (B.), ijf 
Nancy, 152 



Paul P., 28$ 
Phebe, 26, 8a 



ys' tti •'• "• ••• 

HtMktltl. I J, JJI, 4« 



Kdwin %,, 4o|' 



Polly, 81 

Pri*cilla A., 146, uy, 14! 

Rachel, 149 
R'beccn, 82, i8j 
Ronrlls A,, 284 
K"llV 374. 3«J 
nnrnh, 26, aja 
»"'"t"r H.. Ml 

{tinnmisli, j6, <I, 14I 

Vliitlnla f),, a84 

Zillah, 149 
Coleman, Adelaide T., M< 

Amelia, 20s 

Anna Ft., 20s 

Edgar W., 20} 

Elihu, 205, ao6 

Ellrnbelh P„ aof 

Kmma W., ao| 

llowNrd, a»| 

Jrtliro, m 

I.ydla, gi 

MarKnref aOI 

Mary V... ao^l (H,), M« 
ColcD, Achaali, fi 

Allda, ft 

Ann, jaa 

Aflfit, i«4 



Inokx 



415 



Colci, Annp, t6, gl 
Itnrno, j8 

Jlrnjamln, $6, 14. j4« 
Clrn''". »«l (P.), IJ4, 

. Dfrick. 58 

Edwnrd F., 1*4 
Kli»nl,clli, j6, All (B,), 

JIO 

Etiirlana, 115 

Fanny, tt9 

Frank, j8 

Prcflovr .u, ,4 

(irnrg,- D.. |]8 

Mannah, 65 

Mrlfn M., an 

Ifrnry, ,,■,, j,,, (WT,), 

Unnr. i,,,; (C.), 1*4 

Jofirph, j6; (N.), ,,g 
Jp«<-i)hlne, IJ4, aig 
Ktriah, ijj 
Lnwrrnce, 58 
Kavinia, »ao 
Uon.irrI F., 1,4. aio 
Maria, 58 
Martha. ,,3; (p.)^ „, 

Nathaniel, ^6, 61 

{•cnclcpe. 37 

""•^'•. 34. 5". «Jl, JtJ, 

Phebe Ann, 58 

Sarah, 67, ia8 

Su-san. IJ4. 310 

William, jaj 
^°R^ave Sarah, 154 
Collier, Rcsiic, jaj 
Collins, r.ydia, loa 
Colson, KIccta, jii 

Hcnian, 31 1 
Cnmsl.ick, AdrU, «bj 

P''"'^'. 393 

"""y. .191 

Wm. Klrif, 391 
ConcklJnK, Jo««ph, jj. 

Sarah, ^37 ' 

Conger, Ann. 136 

John, 136 

Mary. 136 
^ VVriuht, 116 
Conkim, Dchorih, ft 

Edinond, 73 

^h". 73 
Ncllir, aoj 
Connovcr, Mary, jj 

r.'^ — r- '•> 

Conrad, Mprtht C„ ell 

Mary J aSj 

Mint, jRf 
C..nM,w Cf,!,, ,„ 

l',«fl I., j»i 

M.-wnrd, 199 

I.ewi>, igg 

Lotlie J., ,9, 

Nathan A., 101 
Constant, Judxe, 84 

Sllai, 73, 74. 7$, Tf, Ij. 
_ 31<». 371. 3r» 
Cnnvfmr, ColHi, f^f 

_ I-^na, «7i 
Conk, Ad* L„ 199 

Cl(n| A,, $nn 

C*rr\t A., tllf 

rm-ndU, lit 

Ddfi ML «jl9 

nylfliJ K„ 199 

Mna L.| «•• 



Ella II., 190 

Floyd II., 140, tia 

tlnrold I)., jR9 

llurilrti, 190 

jlinrv. j6j, 364, Jl| 

llopklnv 16s 

Jennie L,, igo 

Joli, 66 

Jo.>rph, 65 

Judith, .163 

Lucy, 340 

Mary, 6< 170, jSjj (E.), 
»4o; (J-). J89 

Maude K., iqo 

Minnie L., 289 

Nrlirmlah, 190 

QuartiiK, J40 

>■ I)wi((hl, 140 

.Mnr/ih, }H% 

Win. K., .i«« 
Codkini/linm, Kdw., «ej 

r.iii inda, ajo 

Maria, ^03 

M.yietta. 17J, 450 

Philip M., 350 
Cooly, Al iffail, 39« 

Daniol, ,19a 

Esther, 391 

Jeremi.ih, 39J 

Samnel, 391 
Coon. /vHrr, joj 

Edilh, aoj 

Irvlnif. J03 

Vivia, 303 
Coonlrv Helena, lyj 

John I., 175 
Coons, Hannah, 38J 

Henry, 303 
Coop, Harriet, 33 
Cooper, Amelia, 197 

Cornelia, 133 

Edward, 133 

Elizabeth, 3 

John, pt 

Mary M., 95 
Corev. Anna, 197 

Charles, 197 

Elija, 197 

HIratn, jSi 

John, 197 

M.nrR.iret, 197 

Mrlinda, j8l 

Reuben, 3R1 

Roiannah C, *8l 

SiKan, 197 
CorIir». Amy A., loy 

nenjamin, toy 

Crnrne, 107 

Phebe, 107 

Cornelius, Cnmellt, 91 

John, 91 
Cnrnrlt. Abigail, 319, tit 

Charity, 119 

Oiartr«, ^jy 

F.Klhrr. M 

lanr, 187 

'.ydin A., 9J 
iilmhy, ss 
irih. 117, 339 

William, S) 
Corninp. Amoa E., •4a 

AnReline, 341 

EmilT F., 14' 

Elorine, 34a 

Mabel, 3/|j 

Mniidr M,, f4a 

Wm, n., «4( 
Cornwett, r*l«b, 4f 

Praneei, a«j 

Prf e|o*», it 

(IrraMInc, i(| 

firten R., t|| 

Umr*. HI 

Jullut, Ht 



t 



Mini, as3 
Coagrove. Anna, 403 

( iilhrrlne A., 403 

l'',liiiihrlli J,, 4U3, 401 

Hannuh, 403 

Thoman, 40.1; (U.), 49] 
Cottier, Harrictte, 30S 
Cottnn, l.otiiie K.. 14! 
Couch, Adria, 393 

Klida IC, 390 

Eunice, 393, 398 

ionntlian, 398 
osiah, 393 
,iicy 398 
Marlha, 390 
Samuel, 393 
Simon, 303 
Wm. I!., joo 
Cou«ln<, Adelaide J,, 404 
Kli/;i|jMii, 404 
I'lieI.e A. I)., 404 
William, ^04 
Covert. Adolph, $9 
Caleb, 60, 115, a8i 
Caroline W., 135, aSl 
Claudius C, 370 
Deborah, 60, 135, aSl 
Frost. 60 
Isaac, 39 
Jacob, ^9, 143 
Jacob I'rnat, 60 



Jennie, 173; (L,), »f 

lAiretla, 59 

Mary, 59 

MIcbn. 60 

Ruth v., 370 

Wilhelmina, (So 
Cowcl, Ada E., aoi 

Toann. »ni 

Samuel H., 301 
Cowls, Renj., 368 

Henry, 368 
Craft, Achsah, <8 

Ann, i8i, 368 

Ann M., 137 

AiiRustm, 136 

Charles, 137 

Doctor, 99 

Esther, 68, ia6, tar 

Frcelove, 58, lay 

Frost, ^8 

flannafi, 38, 70, Ia6, Ijtf 

Hester A., lai 
^laaac D., tJ7 

tames, 70, laS 
oseph, s8 
udith, 68, ta6 
ulielte, 137 
lartba, 137 
Mary, 61, ia7, 137J (A,), 

Oli'ver, 68, ui 
Peter, ^R 

J'bebe, 7(1, 11; 

I'oll_y. 99 

Mnrhel, t ty 

,Silnnn, |]6 

Satah, 99. uri (M.), 99 

Stephen, 38 

Sutton, 99, 137 

Temperance, ia6 

William, 117 

Wridht. 68, ia6 

i^lpfiorah, 58 
Cramer, Helen E, a|J 
Crainiilon, Ablaall, 3J9 
Crane, Mary M,, ai9 

Stephen, J3<» 

Thalia, 330 

Sranann, f.ucrctia, a<l 
rapaer, Hannah, 17I 
flarah Ann. 171 
Cravath, Pauli || 



416 



Tm« Fbobt QKHZAUOQr 



Crawford, Lli«rU«, 4«l 

Kill, ioi 
Ocofitf, 401 
jiiTift b., ♦»• 

l.ylllU'in, 401 

lijlii, 4"' 
V.iX. 4«« 
h.fnti. 4"' 
Wm ... 401 
Crlkwl, lo.ntii »., 174 
Crisfy, Ab"<«, *9 
Crockard, hliia, ^64 
U„kIi. i'>4 , 
Mintn»- A.. j64 
Cfoiul. I'liila. 390. ., 
Cromwrll. K.ital>rth, 6( 
Hannah, 377 
Jotin. lot. 117: (J>« '5 
Naomi. 104. 10$, 1 17 
Pclfr. 114 
Cronk. Caroline. 37S 
Charlotte. 373 
DeWilt. 373 
Elira. 373 
Hannah, 373 
Mary, 373 
Rebecca. 373 
Samuf!. 371 
Crw.krr. AI-iraH, 38, 4* 
Crof'l<». Jfome, 94 
Marcette. 94 
ViWrrd. 3i» 
Ph'-)!', 04 
SanforH. 94 
Sylvia, 94 
Croibjr. Enoch, 44 

F.prnelin. 114 
Cro««man. Cilbert, 6t 
Marr. 6<! 
Sarah, on 
Simeon. 6t 
Cro'inover. I.'Jclndm, 90 

Minerva, 89 
Crum. Mary, i$i 

William, ifi 
Ctjffman. Alvin, 149 
Fidelia, 149 
Ceorjte, 149 
Tames. 149 
Jane, 149 
Tohn. r49 

W.. ,40 

Cnlver. Helen. 206 
Cmnming. Lady Obrdoo, 

Willism Gordon. ij» 
Ctitnmrng«. Evelyn ll, ]i4 

Harry Fro»t. 388 

Isabel A., 388 

Lavinia. 3S3 

Luthrr \V., 3«8 

Marraret, Oj, It* 

Norman \V.. 388 

Phi'ip I. i«8 

Thom»«, 67 
Cannin(ham, Ann, 9$ 

Anna, »«j 

Rdiiha, 150 

firaee. 163 

Henry, j6t 

Marian. 166 

MttTT C, 9S 

Oliver, 9S 
ConninKlon, Annabel, »fj 

Arthur, i$7 

Francent M., iff 
Corrr, Catharine, ftf 

Eliiabrth 190 
Cnshman. Abocr, III 

Amr, t8j 



llMih* n., i6* 

( llllll</ll« I/., «(J 

( liiiii >.., lOt 
KMir, .lOl 

H.Mry C, 185. *6i 
John I',., iH«, iAj 
I.awreiite \V., <oJ 

|,efiii I., j'lj 
M»<loM II, 161 

Mmy II., l8» 
Miiirrvi, j6i 
riielK-, III 
Moy M,, jf'i 
hurah II., 18s 
Solomon I'., i8f, itt 
Stephen, 185 



DagKctt, T.ine. 73 
Dally, Allen \V., io« 

Sarah. 109 
Dakin. Charlotte, jM 
Daniel, i68 
John, i68 
Dale. Alf>ert, 134 
Alexander, 233 
Amanda. 287 
Anna, 287 
Bertha. 287 
Catharine. 233 
Ch.irlp., 234 
Christine, 234 
Eddie, 234 
Edith, 2H7 
Edwin K., 287 
El. if, 313, 286 
Emma K., 287 
Garland, 287 
Oeorne, 233. 287 
Grace L., 287 
Herman, 233 
Hiram, 213 
Homi-r. 287 
Htigh, 2X7 
Hyatt, 233. »87 
John, 234, 2R7 
I,a<ira, 233, 28S 
Lillian, 287 
Lillie. 234 

Lincoln O,. 233, 28S 
Nancy. 233 
Pearl H.. 287 
Rebecca C 287 
Roberta \V., 288 
Daly. Eleanor. 277 
Daniel. Charles A., S43 
Ethel A.. 243 
Eunice W.. 243 
Irwin 143 
Matthew, 243 
Rebecca A.. 342 
Dank^. Elvira, 139 
In'«. 139 
Lillian, 139 
William. 139 
Darby. Theod"<ia. f JJ 
Darlinirton. Alfred W., 447 

Charlr. C, 40« 

FIranor T.. 407 
Klla L. 40^. 407 
Elliot C. n., 407 

Gilbert S., 407 
r,n«tavti«. 40(5 
Henry V,, 407 
Tames IL. 40^. 40* 
Kate A.. 40*- (B,), 4»y 
Mir^retU B., 406 

Darrell, Asnet J., 176 



Dirrow, Esther, 194 
Dauchy, Bradirr L>, S47 

Fbebc D., «47 



Davrniir/rt, J'hel)*, J7T 
liavldtoti, Alice, «06 

(kUkIm, 14} . - 
Davli, ( uiliFtina A„ twt 

(hatlry II., t»» 

(Jura II., 282 

Dorr/thy iy7> »tt 

Kdxar. 197 

l',ll« I,.. 177 

I'.IIrn, 107 

I'lHiik H., Ill 

t'li-mv.!-, «8j 

Hufby, 2Hj 

Hartielte J., 304 
Henry, 107 
Homer H., a8« 
Jane I^., 197 
John, H; (II.), 197 
Pivrtle, 282 
Robert J., 28* 
Sar.ih, 183 
Weyburn, 197 
William, 282, 304 
Dawe5. Charles B., J73 
Helen. 273 
Ray S., 273 
Dawson, Adclla M., 3*f 
Catherine, 325 
Estelle M., 32s 
George C, 325 
Henry B., 325 
Mary K., 325 
Ralph D., 32s 
Dayton, Samuel, 8 
Dean. Abigail, ss 
Alzine, 325 
Amy, 90 
Anna. 109, 110 
Elijah, 325 
Isaac, 2$ 
John E., 32J 
Marr C, 97! (K.>, ]«f 
Phebe, 32J 
Rebecca, 32$ 
Zella, 32J 
De Bretenlf. Marquli, ija 
Decker, Alrine, 32$ 
Deerin?. .Samuel, 5, 364 
Dp GrofT. Anna IL, lai 
Eli. 121 
Ephraim, 121 
Mary, 121 
De Hart, Wm. H., 278 
De June, Grace A., 245 
Louis B., 24s 
Nellie, 245 
William, 245 
Delano, Frances, 14s 
Delavan. Airnes, 85 
Cornelia, 8$ 
Samuel. 85 
De Milt, Freelore, <I 
Mai-y, <5i 

Obadiah, 6t, 62, 6% 
peter, 61, «3 
Phrbe, 3!. 61, <«. t% 
Rebecca, 61 
Samuel, fli 
Sarah, fit, 63 
Deminf, Ileiilafi, tot 
Den.ke, Calh. L., 9f 
George W., 226 
I./>ui«e, 226 
Deni'on, Arsenatb, fj 
Asa, 93. 94 
ihloe A., 93 
Hannati, 247 
Henry S., 9| 
Terr>me, 94 
Lrdia A., 93 
Marrette, 94 
Phebe, 94, 247 
Denton, Sarab, 37* 
Deoel, Abrahan, »»j 



Indkx 



417 



t)nir\, Crr(fil<t», ilj 

lonntlinn C, ny 

T-yHI* A., Mij 

RarAh, tjj 
IJcvnliini^, Annlf, jie 
D^vr,,„,„ n,«rlly f„ Itf 

< lufnii c II,, fif 

['auiiy M.. ji; 

|l(.«r«, ,117 
Drvlnc, Adgillll, tO| 

I'llnn, jo.i 

Irvintr, aoj 

Jon»tfi»n, 30J 

Mnrr F,., J03 

Rfiificn, 2f).i 
Dfwcy, (■Icrtriid*, i»6 

Ijjnuon, iJ(J 

l/)la, 268 
Dewsbtiry, John, 10 
Deyo, Amanda, 304 

Charles, 204 

Eleanor, 204 
Diar, Johon, 17 
Dibble, Abigail, 394 

Ezra, 393 

Ezral, 394 

Grissel, 393 
Dickinson, Arnold, 98 

Bertram S., 320 

Caj)fain, 45 

Elizabeth, 95, 98 

Grace W., 320 

Tfannah, 29, 98 

Harriet J., 260 

Howard S., 320 

!ame« A., 260 
ay L., 260 
emima, 98 
e^iie, 98 
Meph, ij 
lary. 98; (J.), a«« 

Mercy, 50, 54 

Nathaniel. 98 

Tertii1la«, 297 

Zohulin. 177 
Dickson, Eliza, 227 

Frank C, 227 

Cprtrurte, 217 

Henry C, »»7 

Mary C. 51 
Diedrich. Joann, 201 
Dietz, ITiram. 192 

Priscilla. 192 
Dimnn. Abif^ail, 394 

Elizabeth, 394 

Either, 394 

Heiter, 394 

Honor, 394 

Tohn, 394 

Tonathan, 394 

Sarah, 304 
Dingee, Almira. 383 

An^eline, 229, 174, j8j 

riarine, 374, 1S3 

David, 374, 383 

Elijah, 383 

Hannah, 374, 38J 

John F., 3«1 

Solomon, 383 
Dln«more, Mary T., »f» 

Martha, 383; (E.), 38J 
Di«nrow, . 2^ 

JJenj. N.. 339 

harah Ann, .119 
Direr, France* fc,, tti 

Ida May, 222 

Roh«rt, 222 
Dixon, Tohina, 341, jge 
Dome, Almira. iti 

Comfort, 131 

Moaea, m 
Dobb*, Hannah M., 459 

Joaepbine M., ssv 



T/illUn A,. (6« 

HyivuMiia r., J|9 
Dnli«, l.nrrllo, 40 

IVIer, 40 
Dndije, ( yrenliia N., J]0 

I'nnny K,, 1A4 

irrrmliib, J30 
f.bn, 130 
InfKftrel, 330 

I'brrr, 61 

Haniiifl, y\o 

.Sarah, 330 

Siiinn, 330 

William, 61 
Dole, Alma \„, 2^8 

( linlnn 11., 358 

E<lward, 2^8 

Ella M., 2s8 

Henrietta E., 238 

John, 258 

Liicinda, 258 

William E., 258 
Dolton. Carrie, 14J 

Emeline H., 144, 145 

Hannah. 145 

James H., us 

Oscar, 145 
Donald'^on. Eliz., 39a 
Dorland, Eliza, 107 

Garret, 727 

Yanilje, 127 
Doty, Amy, 90 

Anna M., 90 

Catharine, 157 

Hanirl S., 173 

David E.. 90, 173 

Edward J., 40a 

Eliai. ;j, 90, 173, 17J 

Elizabeth, 90, 173; (H.), 
"7.1 

Ella L., 238 

Emeline, 218 

Emma, 00, 173, 174 

Emma T., 174 

Esther, 251 

Francii M., 403 

Hannah, 70, 90, 136, 358 

TTannah A., 174, 351 

Hannah E., 173 

Henry C., 174 

Hulet, 90, 173 

Ttaac, 90, 126, 173 

Jane Ann, 156 
Joseph C, 156, IS7 

John, 402 

John P.. 173, 2$t; (V.), 

, '73 

Laura F., 402 

Lydia G., 173 

Martha, 90, 173; (J.), 
174 

Mary, 121; (C), 174 

Mary M.. 402 

Matilda A.. 403 

Nathan, 238 

Patience, 251 

Rachel, 173, 251 

Khoda, 173 

Sarah, 173 

Stephen, 251 

Thoman, 173. 351 

Zilpha, 156, JJ7 
Doiifflan. Chrintiana, 399 

Tnomai, 399 
Dow, Mary E., 167 
Downing, CharIca, 278 

Elizabeth, 77 

George, 11 

Taaac, 38, 63 

Mary L., 378 

Sarah J.. 278 

Theodoala, 63 
Drake, Anna, 109, 110 



Catharine, tn|, 109 

Ellriibelli, 48 

(ierradim, 103, 109, lie 

John, 103 

Mrterlilh, 101 

Mlrlnm, Mo 

Niiiiiy, 100 
Drew, flniilrl, 133 

Del.ornli, IJ3 

liunr, H3 
^ fiftrah, IV, 
Drie'^b.K k, ('arntina H., Ill 

llrnry, iiH 

Mary Ann, 228 
Dulifjin, Abraham, 114 

Anna, 1R6 

Edna, 186 

Edward, 186 

Ella, 324 

Tulia, 120, t86 

Mary, 18S 

Willi.im, 186 
Diimont, Harriet C, 183 

John C. 182 

Sarah R., 182 
Duncombe, Alfred, 395 
Dusenbury, Henry, 63 

Jane, 62 

Mary, 62 

Sarah J.. 155 
Dutch er, Mary, 336 
Duvall. Alice C, 338 

Charles, 328 

Delina, 153 

Ell, 338 

Frank, 152 

Tane. 152 

Jennie, 152 

John. 15J, 338 

Sarah, 152 

Susie, 152 

Thomas, 338 

William. 153 
Dyer, John, 8 
Dykeman, Helen C, 317 



Eardeley, Florence M., 384 

Harriet C, 383 

William, 383; (A.), 383 
Earl, John. 86 
Early, Lydia. 162 
EaslinR, Cornelia. 4S 
Eastahrook, Charles, 283 

Fred, 282 

George, 2R2 
Eastland, Joseph, 8 
Eastman, Minerva, 219 

Mrs., I4<. 143 
Eaton. Alma L., 258 

Arvilla. 358 

Eliza C. 346: fH.), 346 

Grorite W., 246, 347 

Wm. H.. 358 
Edmonds, Mary L., 396 
Edwards, ){aden, 131, 33t, 
381 

GeofRe, T41 

Su^an W., 131, 331, a8l 
E(fan, Catherine A., 403 

Charles C, 403 
Eirirleslon, Jamea. 33* 

Thalia. 1^10 
Eldred, Abigail, 339 

Eliza. 89 • 

Fannie. 173 

Flora, 89 

John. 173 

Joseph, 89 

Lorinda, 173 
Ellick. Isaac. 45 

Rowena, 4s 



418 



The Fbost Geneaix)Ot 



EIlioM. Marmrct, j8y 

rhfl*. joo 
E1li«on. Hannah, 400 

Marv, 400 

R.. 400 

Thomas 400 
Elson, John. 35s 

Mary, 355 
Elwtll. Rebecca, 366 
Ely. Aletta C, k>6 

Coral \V.. 2o6 

Edith H.. 206: (M.). M< 

Esther A.. 206 (I.), *o6 

Frances. 106 

Gertrude A., jo6 

Henrietta P., ao6 

John F.. 105 

Leonard \V., loi 

Richard C-. 206 

Sarah F.. 205 
Emerick, >?anah. 13*, jjj 
Emerwn. Brown, 134 

Harriet A., 134 

Mary, 134 
Emory, Caleb X., 175 

Georce N.. 275; (S.), 
279: (W). 279 

Hannah F., 279 

John M, G., 279 

Katherlne, 279 

Llord S.. 279 

Ruth H.. 279 
Emp^nn, Alice. 270 
Ems!ie, Mr., 397 
Eofrlebrecht. Caroline E- 
,tr?: (F.-». 328 

John E.. 328 
Ermn, Ftta. iq8 
Evan?. Benj. F., 16S 

Mary L.. 168 
Evorr, Alida, 191 
Erart^ Teremiah, ttf 

Naomt, 227 

Phrhe. 217 
Samuel E.. 227 

Wm. M., 227 
Eyman. TesMe, 283 
Eyre. Elit A., 63 



Fairchild. .^daline, afj 

Elizabeth. 191 

NarKy, 191 

Richard, 191 
Fairweather, CliM., 4M 

Mary, 400 
Falhs. Amo», 100 

Lydia, 100 
Fancher, Annie J., »$f 

Bertram. 255 

George C, 255 
Farley. Eliz., 68, 128, iji 

Tame*, ij8 

Zeviah, 128 
FarminKion. .'^arah. 6$ 
Farnham. Coralyn P., 406 

Dmighf T.. 406 

LeRoy D.. 406 

Mat eel, 406 
Farquhar, Dinah, jji 
Farmrll. Dorothy, 94 

Itaac. 9^ 

Susannah, ^4 
F«ulkner, Alic«, rrt 

r.rnt, 273; (O.), »rj 

Henrr H., »7j 
Feake Feke-Fecki 

Alice. 350 

Elicabtrth, 8. ax. jt, j], 
341. 347, 3S0, J$». J7$ 

Emelme A^ 8 

H«nn » h , xm, jo, jt, X4t, 
35*. JSJ. 3S«. jsr 



Times. 340, s$o 

John. 8, Q. II, 13, SI, 93, 

.141. J41 
Tvidith, 340 
Mary, 340 

Robert, 8, 13. 22, 33, $•• 
„ 340, 347. 3S0. 3S»t 37S 
\\ m., 340 
Fell, Hannah. 196 
Moses. 196 
Rachel, ipi 
Fenton, Francis E., t4S 
Ferguson, Anna. i8t 
Clarence W., jao 
Eliz. F.. 320 
Francis, 86 
Hattie M., 3l« 
Tohn, 86. 307 
\tary E.. 307 
Rosanna, 86 
Sarah. 278 
Walter, 320 
Femander, Laura, *a4 

Manuel, 224 
Ferris, .\ndrew, 374 
T. Henry, t66 
Martha, 383 
Mary. 376 
Reuben, 43 
Fetchett. Anna, tsC 
George R., 156 
Isaac, 156 
Tames, 156 
John \V., 156 

Marietta, 156 

Myers, 156 

Sarah F., 156 
Fichet, Thomas, t 
Field, Abijah, 340 

Frances, 340 

Hazard, 340 

Isaac. 374: (S.), 374 

Tennie, 374 

John, 140 

Tulia E., 340 

Lvdia. 340 

Martha, 374 

Mr., 143 

Rachel, 340 

Sa'lv .\nn. 256 

Sarsh .\nn. 22$ 

Solomon, 256 

Stella. 374 

W ard. t74 
Filer, .\higail, 394 

Frprri»-nce, 394 

Zerubel 

Finch. Amelia J., 161 

Charity, 301 

Charles H., f6l 

De'>nrah. 301 

F.I«arH B., 161 

Elsie, t6l 

Hannah. 301 

I;,mrs \V.. t6l 

MarKaret F., t6l 

Nettie, 161 

Pfter, 302 

Ph'l>e r... 302, 309 

Re'iben R., 161 

Virginia F., i6f 

\Vm.. lot 

Win'fred, (61 
Fi«h, Amy, no 

Sila<i. f to 
Fitch. Abner, 392 

Adaline E., 304, ftg 

Agnes F., 304 

Cornelia W., 304 

Edward, 304; CO.}, 3«4: 

^(M.). 304; (R.). 304 

Grace E., 304 

Hannah. 304 

Harrit R., 304 



Henry, 163 
Sarah, 392 
Florence. Olive, «IS 
Floyd, Charles, 320 
Clinton, 220 
Edwin, 220 
Ira, 220 
Laura L.. 220 
Robert, 220; (M.), aao 
Sarah, 220 
Follett, Fannie, 17* 
Hannah M., 172 
Silas, 172 
Fones, -^nne. 341, 347, SS* 
Elizabeth. 8, 2a, 33, 341, 

347. 350, 3Si, 37S 
George, 349 
John, 350 
Priscilla, 350 
Richard, 350 
Thomas, 341. 347. 35» 
William, 349, 350 
Fonlante, Hannah, 17$ 
Fordyce, Harriet, 170 

Samuel. 170 
Forgce, Charlottp, 349 

David, 349 
Lusian, .^49 
Forman — Formen 

Aaron, 7, 8, 14, ae 

David, 376 

Hannah, 376 
Jacob; 138 

Jane, 78, 404 

Jemima, 138 

George W., 404 

Mar>- A.. 138 

Mercy. 365 

Miriam, 365 

Mo^es. 376 

Samuel. 365 
Foster. Charles. 169 

F.";ther, 169 

Tohn, 335, 390 

Mary. 160: ( B.), J76 
FoiM. Achille, 132 
Fowler, .\gnes, 226 

Ann, 87 

Arthur P.. »2« 

Aucrusta. 226 

Douglas, 400 

Edmond A., ta6; (B), 
144. 226 

F.Ii-na. 400 

Eliza, 78. IT9 

Elizabeth, 50. 05; (E.), 
226. 400; (P.), 2*6 

Ella F., 22$ 

F.lmira, 226 

Esther, 144, tt6 

Ezra. 400 

George B., 226 

Hannah. 95, 226 

Harry H., 226 

Henry, <9. 401 

Tames, 226 

Jane. 144 

lesse, 144 

John, <!• 

Kate. 144, 225 

M«hMaMe, 400 

Maria, ^o 

Mary, 1,6. 400; (A.), Ml 

Maunnell P., 141 

Me|i«im, fjo 

Monmouth, 4«« 

Moses, 117 

Odile A,, *2< 

Orville W., 144 

Phebe. 144 

Samuel, 59: (H.) 144, 

„ *»4 

Sarah, 401; (A.), 144 

Stephen. 9s, 144 



Index 



419 



Fowlfr, Wesley, 400 

Williain, 400 
Fox, Charles J., 169 

G«orge, 3S« 

Louise, 169 

Margaret, 134 

Maude L., J17 
Frank, Alice V., ttf 

George S., aij 

Louisa, 217 
Franklin, Abraham, 38 

Kenjamin, 133 

Hannah, 133 

Henry, 376 

Julia. 133 

Lizzie F., j8s 

Mary, 133 

Nancy. 38 

Thnmas M., 133 

William H., 133 
Frascr, Jenny, 260 
Frazee. Hannah, 231 
Frederick-!. Aletta M., 278 

S.irah M.. 278 

Thomas H., 278 
Freeman. Gulielems, 214 

Nfary. 94 

Wm. v.. 21^ 
French, Ahigail, 392 
Freytaf. Caroline, 277 
Frost, Aaron, 54, 104, 105, 
107. 108. 149, 325 

Aaron V., 107, 189 

Ahhie M., 240 

Abby S., 300, 30s, 314, 
335 

Abial, 297, 298; (R.), 

298, 302 

AbiRail, 19, 38, 71, 98, 
106, 107. 109, 168, 207, 
300. 326, 330, 384, 38s, 
392; (J ), 179. 356 

Abnar — Abner, 56, 57, 
114. 391 

Abraham, 50, $1, 62, ioi| 
''" 330. 335. 336. 389. 
390, 391 

Abynia, 129, 331 

Ada. 303; (E.), »ot 

Adah. 324 

Adalade, 150 

Adrlaidr. 132; (H.), »ji 

Adrlia D., 88, 23$ 

Adeline, 83, 23$ 

Adella, 201, 311 

Adria, 393 

ARnri. Kg, 109, 137, 311 

Apnej M., 90 

Aimee S., 38 

Alanson, 82 

Albert, 174, 306, 322, 
(A). 31^, 321; (B.), 
316; (C), 151, 236; 
(E), 183, 259; (G.), 
189; (H.), 305; (M.), 
324: (W.). 30$ 

Alberto, 330 

Alexander, to4, 161: 
(G). 40s 

Alfred L., 190; (M.), t88 

Alice. 3, 83, i«2, J31I 
(A.), 232, 308: (rf.), 
241, 291: (H.), ttt, 
ai6; (L.), 138, 176; 
(M), 288; (T.), tjl 

Alida, 192, 330 (E.), 
, 216; (M.). as* 

Allen, 81, 151, 19J 

Aletu M., 278 

AlmcfU, 82, 336 

Almirm, lot, 40J 

Almond D., 104, 185 

Alofuo C, J13; (L.), 



336 
Alton, 27»; (J.), 90; 

(V.), 321 
Alva, 388 
Alvah G., 252; (H.), J48. 

229, 374 
Alzada. 82, 155 
Amanda, 387; (M.), 403 
Amasa. 122 
Ambrose, 219, 281; (O, 

128, 219 
Amelia. 159. 187, 188; 

(J.), 161; (H.), 187 
Amey — Amy, 4, 33, $1, 

52. 60. 69, 104, 109, 

110, 185, 333, 377; 

(A.), 107; (L.). 388: 

(R). 112 

Amos, 386; (K.), 332 

Anabella, 403 

Andrew, 300, 304; (J-). 

Angdine, 152, 310, 318 

An^eiiette, 115 

Anise, 93 

Anita M., 266 

Ann, 3, 4. 159. J2I. 304. 

312, 322. 324. 400; 

(A.I, 128; (C), 218; 

(E.), 388; (H.), 124; 

(M.), 331 
Anna. 31, 47. 53. 55. 57. 

58, 93. 104, 105. 106. 

110, 1 12. 129. 138. 174. 

187. 18S. 193. 220. 256, 

278; (A.). 278; (E.). 

124: (E.), 167; (E.), 

220: (F), 324: (H.). 

260; (L.), 232, 293; 

(M.), 67, 70, 89, 90, 

114. 115. 132, 133, 178, 

250; (V.), 54, 106, 

108; (W.), 108, 190 
Anne, 26, 27. 34. 4>t 4*. 

68, 77, 107 
Annette. 243 
Annlr. 87. 161, 211, 310, 

332; (C), 243; (£•). 

212; (L.). 180; (M.). 

24.^ 
Annis, 310, 318; (L.), 

85. i«S 
Anson, 162 
Anthony. 162 
Antoinette F., 167 
Archelaus. 324 

Archib.ild, 300, 30$ 
Ar.lellr. 253 
Armcni.i. 162 (A.), 163; 

(A.). 240 
Armilla. 301, 307 
Artcmesia F., 275 
Arthur, 133. 162; (A.), 

260, 273. 3«o. 319; 

<H.), 201, 273; (C), 

102: (D.). 157: (D.), 

2j8; (L), 188, »6s, 

405 
Ary^lia, 80, i$o 
Arzilla, 149 
A«enalh, 93, 32J 
A.hcr K.. 401 
Atta M., 314 
Auguata, 100 
Augustine, 306 
Austin S., 25a 
Barbara. 400; (E.), 17$ 
Bartholomew, a 
Bathia, 149 
Beebe, a^t 
Bdle, 229 

Beniah. 164; (Y.), 343 
Benjamin, 22, 24, ag, 30, 

45. 46, 47. 88, 90. 177; 



(A.). 9»: (F). »7«. 

»75; (G). 3»$; (H.), 

262; (H.), 3»S 
Benson R., 25.2 
Bernard, 324 
Bernice, 237 
Bertha, 201; (C), JOO, 

283; (H.). 89 
BesMc, 272; (G), MOf 

(L.), 31S 
Betsev, 114. 394. 399 

(E.^, 298. 300, 30s 
Betty. 31 
Rl.inch, 243 
Bbnche, 167, 201 
Bridget, 3 
Bryant, 300 
Burt, J.. 89 
Byron. 115, 150. 37» 
Caleb, 33. 34. 55. 60, 61. 

no. III. 323. 33S! 

(H.), 50, 51 
Calvin, 87, 166, 298 
Caroline, 70, 8s, 88, Jo6. 

108, 109, 1 15, 148, 165. 

169, 170, 190, 200, 304. 

312, 324. 3'4: (A.), 

108, 165: (W). 135. 

281 
Carrie A.. 162: (E.), 314. 

400: (J), 3'6. 3Jit 

(L.I, 273; (M.), 310. 

326 
Carrollton W., 90 
Catalina Y., 167 
Catha(e1rine, 51, 92, 103, 

109, no, 114. 148, 15I1 
■ 57. >7i. 192. 233, 327, 
33". 332, 333. 334, 404: 
(A.), 250, 252; (B.), 
327; (L.), 180, 289; 
(M.), 70 

Cele'itia A., 151, as6, 

288 
Charity, 71, 136, 137, 

'il- 325 
Ch.irles. 3. 26. 37, 38, 44. 

68, 70, 80. 83, 106, 127. 

137. 148, 161, 162. 187, 

218. 221, 229. 230. 231. 

306. 323. 399; (A.). 

'79. 27,; (F.), ,3j. 

'ii.v. (H.). 212. 234 
283, 288, ii^: (L.), 
123. 151, 207. 276, 27a 
405; (M.), 82. I3i^ 

252; r\.), 388; (P.) 

265: (R.W.), ,62. 289 
(S_) ,56, 236, 401; 
'W.), 17s 

Charlotte, sn. 57, , ,. 
202 219, 280, jts. 387; 
(A), 325; (g.), ,65. 
(1-). I2S, 165; (T.) 

Chester, 28.,, 325; (B.), 

1,7^ (pi 3,9. 3»: 

Christina, 253; (J.), 399 

Cliri«t(i[iher, 4 

Cicero, 162 

Clara, 101, 174; (L.) 

211; (M.), 284 
Oarence, 89, 288; (H.) 

167; (L.), 322 
Clark D., 219; (L.), «3f 
Claude L., 156 
Oayton J., 372 
Cleo, is6 
Clifford E., 2S9 
Climena, 336 
Oive, 180 
Oydc B., a8j 



420 



Th« Fhost GeneaI/OOY 



TtoM. Cora n., tib; (R,), 

Dtiex, 164 
DamarU, 38$, ]86 
Daniel, 2], 24, >$, 34« 

35. 40, 41. 55. 61, 62. 

6], 109. no, 115, 128, 

293. 33'. 332. 334. 384. 

389. 390. 391. 392. 393; 

(A), 325. 394: (D). 

8j. 164, 165, 168, 169; 

(K.), 212, 281, 284; 

(M). 88. 169. 170, 

171; (W.), 41, 7S. 76, 

77. 1.19. UO, 142, 331 
Datns E., 87 
David, 28, 29, 43. 44» 79. 

80, 83. 87, 147. 150. 

179. 298. 32s. 330. 334. 

348. 378, 379: (E.), 86, 

310, 319; (M.), 136; 

(T.). 83, 156. 157 
D«boTah, 27, 40, 72, 2OT, 

298. 2'W, 300, 301, 30$, 
^393. 394 

Dtlia. 16-- (C), 161 
Dtlilah, 151 
Drill \V., 233, 28$ 
Deri<m», 55 
D«-wt7, 326 
Dimon. 195. 398. 399 
Donald W.. 388 
Dora A., 284; (B.). *67; 

(E-l, 311, 310 
Dorothy. 193: (E.), 260; 

(F), 314: (M.). J3« 
DookUss, 300 
E«d. 333 
Earl D., 2«3 
EbrnfifT, 45. 86, 87, 385, 



J4. 17, 3*. 4ff 4«. 4«, 

49. $9, }5. J9, «I. <-«, 
78, 84. 86, 87, 88, 98, 
99, too, 108, 109, 122, 
125, 128, 129, 131, 160, 
179. 191. 207, 211, 219, 
229, 277, 298, 300, 301, 
308, 3>3- 3>S. 3»'. 32». 
329. 331. 312. 333. 334. 
339. 384. 389. 391. 392. 
398, 399. 400, 403. 404: 
(A.), 310, 3<8, 401; 
(B.), 328; (C), 180, 
305: fK). 276; (F.), 
137; (H.). 259: (L). 
302, 309. 328: (M.), 
ST. 102; (P.), 135; 
(T.), 66 

Ella. 265. 136; (B.), 190, 
3t6: fE), 2oi: (S.), 
267: (V.), i6s 

Ellen. 86, 220. 335. 393; 
(E). 401: (M.). 314. 

Eilinor, 329 

Elmira, 162, 299; (P.), 

Elmore, 325 

Elsie A., 02, 176; (E.), 

324: (T.), 219 
Elster D., 403 
Elva, 318 

Elvira(h), 303, 387 
Emcline, 45, 92, M5, 174, 

'99 
Emrriclc K., 233 
Emily, 83, 149, 151, 174, 

179. 187. 188. 199, 335; 

fA), 335; (D.), 128; 



;8, ^^j" '"■•• '4»; yn.}, 

,,V' nH %•■ {l\ »'-"""». "-".'JV. 88, ,,4, 

JI7. M.>, III3, (K), ,,, ^„„. /^ , ,g 



fM ), tit, lit 

FMilll*. Itr, 

f.dm./n W,, »jj, 284 

VAm.mA. 38 

Edmund, 16, 122, 149, 

Edna. i«4: (M). tr*. 
250; (R), 288; (V.). 

211, 278 
RdnotT, 330 

Edward, 83, 106, 108, 
no. 127. 137. 101; 
(A>. 133: (D.), 164: 
(F). 305. 3,4: (H). 
185. 276: fl.). 190, 

241. »90: (L.). 61. 124. 

2n, 278, 280; (M.). 

163. 240. 241, 290: 

(S). 123, 176; (T.). 

70: (W). 137. »J7 
E/lwtn C. 201; (W.), 319 
Filren. 185 
ETVn. 211 
FMrrd. 172 
Elr!«noT. ig. 241, jji; 

fl>). 241. 201 
niena. 1,9. t88 
FMIia. no 
Eli. 81. 8t. 148, 230. «jj; 

<C> »04. 399. 403 
F'lha n . i«7 
Eliiah. 208. j«o, s»i: 

n.^. .85 
Elinor J., 401 
Elia. <7, 89, te6, t*y, 

til, I7», 179, 189, 240, 

3»'. J03. 304: (A.), 

•'«• 400: ^^^^. 187 

tSiahtik, 1. 4, j6. It, jj. 



V.mwt^ iP.r, 
f.norh H,, let 

Krv,.. ,V7 

K"i» r;, ,,0 

Erwin, 150 

Estelle, 156 

Esther, 54, 70, 71. 83. 
108, 169, 178, .179, JOI, 
39«: (\.). 33«: (M.)! 

Ethrl 3,9; (C). ,,4j 

U). 405 
F.thelana(h), 31, 54, j8 
Etta. 89 

FuRcne. 159, 303. 3H 
Kunice, 193, 399 
Kuphemia. 71 
Euretta. 303, 311 
Eva 236. 32$ 
r.vaiina. 125 
Eveline, 387 
Evrlvn, 170; (L), 290; 

(M.). 248 
Erra, 45, 50. 85. 86, 298, 

300, 30J, 311. 394,398, 

400. 403: (M.), 3«j 
Fannie, gj; (C), 316; 

(M.). 403 
Fannv. J3, 93. m, tUi 

(F.>. 164: (H.), lit 
Fallma. .303, 311 
F. C, 334 
Ferdinand, i6« 
Fernando, 137 
Fielder, 32$ 
Filmore. 401 
Fitzhaih C. jaS 
Plara M., 384 
Florm L., *4i: (V.), 4*] 



Florence, 2*7, 40i| (T. ), 
293. 322, 33(1 (M,), 
>9^i (W.), 266 

Florine, 83 

Florus H., 403 

Floyd, 8s: CH). 319: 
(R). 163; (T.), 163. 
164. 165, 243 

Frances, 4 72, 237; (A.). 
401; (E.), 183, 261; 

^(J). 241; (M.), 99 

Francina, 103 

Francis, 137 

Frank, 83, 151, 231, 23s, 
321; (A.), 236, 288; 
(L.), 316; (I^.), 3«5; 
(T.). 3.3; (W.), is6 

Franklin M., 188 

Frerl 163; (L.). 326: 
(U.), 90 

Frederic R., 165, 243 

Frederick J., 243 

Fre(e)love, 29, 32, .34, 
3;. 48, 62, 112, 194: 
(VV.), 66 

George. 3, 4, 11, t6, to, 
22, 25, 26, 27, 28, 31, 
32. 44. 54. 55. 58, 8t, 
83. 99, 109, 11;, 149, 
I5>, 152. 161, 179, 
324. 387, 401, 40 ', 404: 
(B.), 199, 272:' (E.). 

^°l' 3M\ 399; (L.). 

308; (R.). 83 157; 

(S.). 109: (T.), 163: 

(W.), Ill, 148, 191, 

232, 236, 267, 288, 323, 

326. 328 
fieorgia L., 239 
Georelana, 256, 290 
C«ral,|lne, 175, 2J3J (F,), 

28J 
O'rtriMe, Jafi 
(Ji'Iorft, (!(, 124 

niiUfi, 149) (11-), III. 

r,(ll„-r(in, » 

CUvty*. 2(6; (O.). irt 

GIrnfn) V.., 18;; (If J. 
236, 288; (V.). 104 

Jiordon A., 272 

Grace, 60. 201, 283; (B.), 
^05; (M.), 260, 31* 

GrifTin, 332 

Grissel, 39t. 395 

(iiiliflma, 67 • 

Hadlcy, 158 

HaKey \V., 310. 318 

HaNtead H., 124, fll. 
278 

Hannah. 22, 31, 32, 3J, 
34, 46, 47. ."io. 51. IS. 
58, 59, 62. 69, 71, 90, 
91, 93, 98. 99. foj, 
III, 124, 136, 179. t8o, 
298, 300, 301, 304, 32|, 
324. 325. 328, 330, 3JI. 
334. 34(, 3<2, 353, 385, 
391. 394. 196. 198, 309, 
401: (K.), 260, 261: 
(n.>. 33s: (H.). SOU! 
(M.), 101, 102, 110, 
i«o. 304; (R.), 311 

Harlam S., 90 

Harlow Q., 314 

Harold P., 179 

Harriett. 86, 150. I5«. 
170, 188, 299, 300, 104, 
.305, 3n: (A.), 40.1S 
(E.), no; (F.), 106: 
(M.), 241: (S.). 164. 

Harriton, Si 

Harry, a8|s (E.). t7*t 



Index 



Ml 



Vrntt, Unrry J,, 40J 
I(«r»ry, B>, aift 
JUill*-, 3i%, Ji«; (A,), 
305, 3I4( (M.), JU, 

330 

Hazel, 192; (L.), 290 
Helen, 165, 330, 405: 

(D.), 156, 283, 319; 

(H.). 3ii; (J.). 405; 

(L.), 200; (M.), 90, 

^03; (N.), 103, 267; 

7t.). 288; (V.^, 1,7; 

(W.), i6s 
Helena, 163, 220 
HelencT, 329 
Henrietta, 102, 123, 182, 

324; (A.), 125: (M.), 

89, 50; (W.), T24. 

311, 312, 280 

Henry, 39. 47. 48, 93. 
107, 174, I7S, 177, 301, 
335. 336. 397. 399. 400, 
403; (D.), 163, 330; 
(E.), 310. 400; (F.), 
330; (H), 104, 183, 
184, 360; (I.), 109; 
(J.), 93; (K.), 244. 
394; (I-), 159: (M.), 
263; (S.), 54, 105, 106, 
107, 188; (T.), 136, 316 

Herbert C, 163; (E.). 
378 

Herman R., 383; (W.). 
190 

Heiter, 84, 85, 165, 178; 
(A.), 8s, 137; (S.), 98 

Hezekiah, 328 

Hiram, 80, 81, 104, isi, 
301, 306, 315. 320: 
(A.), 303, 310; (C), 
311; (P.), 186 

IToliart C„ 40s 

Hollowny II., 37« 

Jlolmr*, 114 

}f«mrr K„ p 



'.frier K,, ?}«, J^Kt 

ll./fB.r, m, iCt, 3<7 
lloflon, 71, «», 1,17, HO 
IIowokI, iji; (\.), 1901 

(II,), tf,\; (K), IJ4I 

(1), 200: (M), Jli. 

378; (k). 90; (T.), 

161, 340, 376 
Hulilah, 44, 45, 75, 86, 
.3^6. 179 
Hume M., 188 
Hyatt, 82. 148, 151, 330, 

231; (C), 233, 383; 

(L). 233. 284 
Ida, 90. 201. 219; (L.), 

180, 283; (M.), 322. 

316, 321 
ImoKene, 12s, 314, 180 
Ina, 405 

Ira, 300, 305, 314 
Irene, 303; (P.), 384 
Irving P., 211 
Iiaac, 33, 31, 38, 47, 49, 
50. 51. S7. 69, 89, 93, 
98, 100, 104. 129, x^3. 
334. 33S. 391. 392: 
(C), 70, 100. 127, 135, 
136. 180; (P.), 00. 179; 
(S.), 88, 172; (¥.), 98, 
. 99, 177, 180; (W.). 83 
I«il)ella(e). 137; (A.). 
388: (D.), 390. 404! 
, iG.l J4o: (NT), 183 
iMiah, 99, 179, 318, 400 
Iwiel, 51. 333, 334; (G.). 



i«t>f«, joo, 393 
«rW«()n, 150 
»c<il), J3, 24, JJ, »7, 31. 
34. 3^ 37. 41, 4>, 43. 

59, 60, 61, 67, 80, 83, 
90, 93. >02, 103. 114. 
126. 132, 149, 157, 182, 
187, 335. 331. 31" 
(B.l, 92, 175. 176; 
(U). 126; (M.). loi; 
(T.). 70; (Z.), ti4. 

, «73. 250 

James, 28. 31, 46, sj, $6. 
80, 87, 88, 109, 115, 
147, 149. 168, 172, 219, 
231, 301, 326, 3J0, 331, 



(A), 40 
t8'>i ((.. 
76; (<.), Mf, 



'y. (H.), to«, 

;). 9*!! IV.). 



33. 334. 335. 398. 401; 
E.), 3Jo; (F.), 128, 
10: (H.), 305. 315, 
(K.), 174: (P > 



400; 

399; (R.), 170, 339; 

(S.). 56, 138. 193. 331 

Jane, 3, 4, 80, 81. 83. 93. 
100, no. T37. 149, IS", 
151. 152, 168, 185, 330, 
336; (A.), 103, Ij6, 
300. 303; (D.), 404; 
(M.). 192; (P.V 405; 
(W.), 101 

Tared, 388 

Jarvis, 62, 70, 139, 134, 

331 

I ay D.. 199, 272 
eanne G., 170 
edcdiah. 329 
ehial, 128 
eniima, 26, 33, 34, 3S. 
38, 61, 62. 68, 69, 87, 
346 
Jennie, 172, 405; (D.), 
, 253; (T.), t6l 
Jereml.ih, 334 
Jervlne, 83 

)e«<e, 5fi, ^7, 90, 1(4. 
ft 5, 190, *^n, 3301 
(M,), tij, I'M 

Jfi.i.-, n.j ,ny, (M.), 
3H4; (H), 189 

Joan, 4 
"••I. 41, S4, 75, 83, 84, 
109, III. 161; <W.). 
161 
John. I, 3, 4, 16, 19, 33, 
26, 38. 32. 44, 45. 75. 
80. 85, 89. 149, 
«50, 298, 300, 306, 324, 
326, 327, 328, 329, 310, 
33'. 333. 334, 335. 336. 
347. 348. 352. 370, 379. 
380, 384, 385, 386, 187. 
397; (A.). 330; (It.). 

335; (C). 236; (n.^, 

no, 192, 336; (E.), 
310. 317, 328: (G.), 99, 
180, 324; (11.). toil 
102, at3. 311. 316; 
(L.). 324, 332; (M.). 
164, 170, 241, 3U, 319; 

(k.). 306, 315. 321; 
(S.), 88; 98, 169, 



70 IW.J, III, I91J 

, (M ). 4„5; (T.). 30J5 

Joncphlne, ip7, 238; (<!;.), 



230; (H), 

278; (L.). 

>6i, 259 
Joshua, 328. 334 
Josiah, 328 
Josinali, 303, 311 
Jules C;.. 156 
Julia, 81, 83, 159, 3o«, 

387. 400, 503; (A.), 66, 

93. 183, 85. 400; (E.), 

112. 256, (J.), 400; 

(M.). 188, 192; (S.), 

Juliette, 71; (M.), 31J 

Tuly E., 3^4 

K.ite. go; (B.), 337 

Katharine A., 173; (M.), 

^'76 

Katie, i6s. 170 

Kezinh, 27, 40 

I^etitia, 67 

Lanah, 62, 130, 320 

Latty, 170 

Laura, 81, 99, i;3, US, 

162, 188, 335, 398, 399. 

A02; (J.), 229, 374; 

7m.), 1S7; (R). IS7. 

401: (T.), 333, a85 
T..aurana S., 319 
Lauriston, 330 
Lavinia. 12s. 149, tlS> 

Tjjwrence, 3. 310 
I^.inflpr, 162; (P.), 179 
I.e Grande \V., 403, 40S 
l^lia. 26s 

T-ena. 272; (L.), J84 
T.e.ila I„, 321 
lyma I,., 284 
I,r<.iinr.|, 124, J7g 
61, 



X'fr. (I), 61 
/!,.), 207, »M 
I.ri,iitlrie /,, 1II9 



3«J. 

liji 



Jy Hny, 243, <9] 

l.rtllln, 3fl. 37 

I.evadr>, 319 

I.evcrett, 387 

I-evI, 331 

Lcwiv 88, 301 ; (W.), 

I.IMiie M., 19J 

T.illn, 184 

Lillian, 167, 3ii: (D.), 

319; (G.), 2J9 
Lillie, 162; (J.y. 3»l 
Lily. 169, I/O 
I.inu^, 336 
Lizzie. 156, 399, 314; 

T ^^-^1 "♦ 
Lou K.. 311 

Lorinda, 172 

Lott, 29. 46. 87 

Lottie t., 201 

Louis n.. 243; (N.), 194 

Louisa(e), 83. 170. 188, 
211, 329, 266, 376, 393, 
33«. 3«7: (A.), 



S.J, BB, 98, 169, 179, 211, 329, 266, 376, 393, 

56, 12ft 336: (f.S, 336. 3«7: (A.), t7J. 

05; (u.), 149: (\v.|. 253; (.n). 90: (C). 

i,. >5t*. 302, 309; (C 126, 317: (E,), »88[ 



Wm). 3 
Jonathan, 398, 401 
Jordan, 31, 39, 51, S3, 

377 
Jordan C, 40, 71, 7*, 

109, 137. i3» 
Jo«eph, 33, 34, JS, tS, 33. 

34. S9. I>3, 333, 33S, 

330, 336, 391. 391. 393. 

J94. 19S. I9>> 399. 403; 



(P.), 133; (t.). 3<8 
T.iicin, 119 
Lucille. is6 
Lucinda A., 90 
Lucy, 398. 303, 386, 308, 

399: (E.>, 367: (St.), 

403 
Lula E., 388 
Lulu, 319 
LydU. 5$, 87. 70. >«. It4< 






The Frost Genealoot 



Frost. Lydia, iis. 147, 

148, 172, 336, 397, 

joi, to8. 386, 391, 

404; (A.), 148, jjj, 

301: (H), 107, 193; 

<P.), 113 

Lyman, 9] 

«»'"', nj. 3*7, 40JJ 

<ll ). 7,H; fO), J08 

Matrolm O., HO 
M.lit.'la, 40t: (k.). Ill 
*lin.)rville C, »5»; (S.), 

175. 3S' 
MarKarrt. 4, 67. 129, r3». 

160, 161, 162. 167, 170, 

3'0. 329. 335-399. 401; 

(A). j6i: (D.). 317; 

(M.), 100, 164. 341; 

(T.). 70. 161 
Margrttf, 93 
Martnicritr, 186, 156 
Maria, 90. toi. 108, 127; 

131, 149. 162, 185, 217, 

219. 1"'- 3ii, 33«, 400; 

<U), 178 
Marirlta'r), 83, 156, 164, 

i7j; iK), 164 

Marion R.. 322; (E.). 

290; (N.). 193 
Mariorif. 319 
Mark. 3. 4 

Marouis C.. 103, 183 
Marshall S.. 124. 311, 

278 
Martha, 3t. 47. 54. 55, 

$•> -o. 61, 70, 83. 90, 

121. 161. 172. J06, 3f%; 

(A). 310: (C), 132; 

<E.). 188. 308: (K.). 

24': (Ml. 400 
Martin, 333 
Mary. 3. 4, 22. 23, 25, 

»6, 3>. '4, 36. 37. 38. 

39. 40, 47, 4". 50. S4. 

$5. 56. 57. 61, 62, 63, 

67. 71. 83. 81?. 86. 87. 

88, 93. 97. «oo. '". 

112, 1 13. 1 16. 122. 125, 

127. 130. 136, ij8, 162, 
t58. 170, 172. 177. 194. 
31 1, 247, 298. 299. 300. 
J02, 303. 305. 306. 310. 
Jii, 312, 3>5. 318. 330. 
331. 31'. 342. 3^8. 3';9, 
368. 376. 377. 385. 3»6. 
392, 394. 397. 399. 400. 
404: {.^-). 7>. 86. ">'• 
10'. 11?. 162, 166, 178, 
181. 183, 200, 240, 241. 
360. 291, 301, 302, 308, 
116; (AC). 316; (A. 
L). 163: (B.). 276. 
403; (C.), 100, 133. 
190. 289. 305; (E). 
III. 115. 137. 162, 167, 
240. 27 '. 28S. 30s, 318, 
321: (E. G). 200; 
(F), 176, 314: (G). 
237: (H). »76: (I). 
40s: (J). '79. >9J. 
193. 260. 32s: (L.). 88, 
102. 168, 278; (N.), 
2}9; (S). 67. >64; (S. 
M.). to6. 187: (T.). 
,9t; (U). 114: (W.). 

128. 311, SI6. 

Matilda, to. M. >«<>• ««»• 

131. U9. I»«. *»«» 

(A.), J26 
Mattie, 170 
Msudfc) I., loot (L.). 

J17: (M.). tit: (W.). 

>tJ 



Max Weldon, 319 
Mar E.. 287; (S.), 388 
Mahrtahic, 45, 84, J3J 
Mrlintia, 175, 176 
Mrlisia, 162, 179 
MrNrna, 233 
M»-lvin. 83 
M-^rrr,!,,, 7fi, ,„ 

«' " Ti <.''"' '*<• '** 

Mrf<l,)th, lOJ 
Mrrrfnia, H2, Iff 
Mrrlr- A., ifij, »4J. *44 
M'rritt, 115; (J.), tot 
Mr^keecU. 328 
Mcta, 276 
Micha. 33. 34 
Micajah, 328 
Mildrfd. 319: (C), 276; 

(F), 319; (L.), 317 
5filc«. 399. 404 
Milliccnt, 84; (E.). 138 
Millison, 339 
Milo, 300 
Milton, 159 
Mina L., 193, 267: (W.), 

«33 
Minrrva, 83, 89, 319 
Minnif. 161, 325; (B.), 

21s. 288: <C.}, 193; 

(E.), 288: (L.), 353. 
Miriam, 110. 187; (B.), 

,tR8: (D), 109 
Missouri A., 403 
Monroe, 149 
Mordeca!, 31, 55, s6, S7, 

90. 96. 377 
Morrii. 81. H2 
Morton C, 388 
Moses H.. 105. 186 
Mumford D.. 325 
Mnnson. 4<;, 8?, 87, 163, 

240; (E), 240 
Nancy. 104, 109. no. 
„"5. 150. 333. .135 
Nanon A.. 267 
Naomi. 107. 117; (C). 

■ 04 
Nnth.in. 298. 300. 301, 308 
Nnlh.mifl. 315. 333 
N»-nlos. 140 
Nrllir. iR,: (A.), 3«i; 

(E), 321 
Nelson, 325 
N'-ttie L.. Ill 
Newbury H., 126. 316 
Nicholas, 4 

Nora Nf., 185 

Norman, 156 

Noyes. 387 

Oh.idiah. 31. 43, jo, ji, 

S5. 100, 183 
Ophelia, 179, 305, 313 
O-anRe, 149 

Olando F., 356 ^ 

Or. 298; (W.). 310. 317 
Orrin. i!;9: (H.), 177: 
^(J). 178: (P.), 08. tji 
Orville. 174; (C.y. 81, 

Oscar, 93, 163, 313 

Pamelia, 45, 70 

Patience, 49, 50. 331 

PattT. 142 

Paul D., 343 

Paula, 7$ 

Paulina, 105, |84 

Pearl, 373 

Penn, j4.^ilS. «• 

Perejr, 308 

Perry v., ]3l 

Peter, s, 4, 130 

Phebe, 38. 33, 34t 38. 44. 



47. 48. 50, 51. 54. 55. 
57, 58, 59, 61. 62, 63, 
69, 70 72, 79, 80, 81, 
82, 83. 86, 88, 91, 93, 
99, 102, 104, 105, ■13. 
127, 128, 129, 134, 136, 
149, 158, 169. 177, 178, 
181, 183, 187, 190, I9H, 
221, 2',ti, 2ijH, 300, 301, 
»<>7. i'lH. .122, 323, 124, 

}}•'• .112. ,18<*; (A,). 

86, 02, 109, 191, I9J, 

/,\ ^■''. 399' *°*-' 
•/■). '06. 115, l88r 
(t), 101, 102, 181, 

192: (J.), ,37 ,3j; 

<M ). 177: (S.5, 105 

186; (U.), ,29 
rhila. 399 
Philanrfa S.. 99 
Philemon, 61, 280; (H ) 

'.f5. 275: (T.), 125 ' 
l-hilena, 27. 40, 42, 74, 

75. 340: iC). 125, 2,i 
P'V,'- 1". 334 

Prier. I'ryor Prior, 40, 

,71, 72, 138 

I'riscilla, i-j, ,.. ,-, 

„*" 

Rachel, 28, 41, 43, 46, 
48. 78, 93, 94, 3j6 

„ 391 

Raymond. 310; (A.), 
260; (M.), 193 

Rehrcca(h), 19, 30, 33, 
26. 30. i2, 38, 299, 303, 
324. 3to, 332, 353. 389, 
3QI. «92. 394: (A.), 
;«'<• 24..; (C), ,93: 

„ • \ "2 

RcRinold. 332 

Reuben, 87, ,67, 334; 

(F.), 317 
Rhoda, 27, 31, 40, 48. 49, 

335. 310, 322; (A.). 

Richard. 3, 4, 330; iC), 
'-o: (J), 388: (K.). 
51. 103 

Robert, 40. Ill, 133, I J,, 
335; (C), 399, 400, 

401: (I,). 1^8; (p\ 

„ 194; (.S), 241 
Robto, I 

Ro.ia. 149: (N.), 350 
Rosamund, 330 
Rosanna(h), 29, 37, 46, 

47. 65. 86. 88, 130. 
„ '71, 308: (C), 381 
Rose. 29. 30. 47: (J.). 

163: (S.), 192 
Rosella A.. 233, 284 
Rosetta. 59 
Rossman R., 318 
•Roswell \V., 278 
Rowena, 45 

Rubv 298: (E.). 3ior 
„ (O.). 319 
Ruth, 27. 170, 387: (A.). 

ro4. ri8 
S. Caroline, 306 
Sally. 290. 39''. 398, 401. 

402; (A.), 81, 86, 101. 

t66 
Samantha(e), 105. 150 
Samuel, 33, 37, 28, 39, 

40. 5'. 8r 93, 95. |i>3, 

lOJ, 104, toj, »07, 117, 

1J3, 147. 149. I§», ,111. 

SIS, it6, S70, 3811. iM. 

(KX 330: (R.). 4i, 



Index 



4>9S 



Frott, Samuel R., 71, 72, 
73; (S.), 02, 175; 
(T.), J4>; (W.). 80, 

„ 358, 359. 

Sara, 40s 

Sarah, 16, 31, 17, 38, 11, 
3a. 33. 34. 3''. 37. 38, 
41, 4J, 43. 47. ^o, 54, 
JV 5«. yji (>«, '"• fil. 
'.''. '<'), 7". 71, «", »»^. 
83, KO, 91. 03. 09. 101. 
104, 10;, ini), ir I, I IJ, 
136, ri;, m8, 139, iji, 
133. >34. 137. '46, 150, 
151, IS3. 187, 199, 301, 
312, 214, 317, 318, 219, 
234. 281, 300, 305, 324. 
339. 330. 332. 333. 334. 
335. 339. 347. 348. 370, 
378, 379. 384. 385. 389. 
391. 392, 393. 395. 396, 
398. 399. 401, 403; 
(A.), 102, log, 123, 
162, 181, 183, 187, 307, 
261, 275, 376. 33»; 
(C), 76, 221, 339. 400; 
(P.), no; (K.), 275i 
(11.), no. III, 185, 
324: <J), 70, 148, 309; 
(U), 194. 268, 314. 
331; M., 70, 100, 101, 
125, 152, 179. »'5. »37; 
(0.). 207, 275; (W.). 
368 

Seaman, 334 

Selah, 150 

Sei'-nia, 162 

Seymore, 89 

She don, 325. 330 

Silas, 88, 299 

Silvenus, 44, 48, 82 

Simton, 71, 137; (L.), 
137; (T.), 83, 157 

Simons, 333 

Smith, 304, 312 

Solomon, 31, 51, 53. 54. 
10^, 105, 107. 3^5. 330: 
(V.). 106, 107; (W.). 
184, 262 

Sonhia(h), 50, 137, 147; 
(C), 330 

Spencer C, 15* 

Stephen, 36, 37, 38, 49. 
'0, 51, 55. 70, 93. 97. 
101, III, 137, 13s, 218, 
398. 300, 'OS, 339, 3Qi: 
(A.). 67. 133: (G.), 
110, 191, 367; (J.), 
103; (R.), 305, 313 

Stevens, 333 

St John, 83 

Stoddard. 331; (J.). 394 

Stoel M., 104 

Stuart M., 190 

Susan, 83, loi, 103, 1<», 
314. 335. 336. 308; 
(E), 153, 2J7, 388; 
(J.), 149; (M.). 179 

Suiianna(h), 36, 83, 157, 
322. 330, 38s 

Su'ie, 367, 314 

Sybil, 386 

Tartulas, 398, 300, 304 

Temperance, 46, 149, 399, 
'03 

Tere^sa, 82, iss! (L.), 
»36 

Tfsiiie, i6j 

'Ihalia, 139 
• ThanVful, 38* 

Theodore, i6f, 174 

Theodoifa, 36, 6] 

Thereaa, 83 

Tberon, 161 



Thersia M., 301, 307 
Thomas, 3, 3, 4, 32, 32, 
3< 49. 50, 55. 56, 57. 

76, 99, III, 112, 133, 

170, 180, 396, 297, 398, 
299. 301. 303. 322, 333, 
334, 337, 338, 339, 130, 

333, 333. 335! (C), 
,13H, 3J^,1 (I'.;, I04i 
■I). 3'". 3"8, *0OI 
M..), M(,: (^.\, 1701 
(S.), J.-Hj (.H,), f36, 
401, 404 

Ihora P., 90 

Tillott. 167 

Timothy, 28, 70 

Titus, 3C6, 387 

Townsend, iM. 334 

Tressa, 151, 236 

Uhl, 90; (L.), 17a 

Underhill, 44. 80, 81, 
150, 151, 154, 235. 388 

Valentine, 7, 33, 68, 133, 

135. 218, 381 
Van Ruren, 31$, jai 
Vernir, 253 
Victor, 336 
Vilctte, 98 
Vincent ]., ill 
Violet NI., 354 
Virginia, 161 
Wallace. 86 

Walter, 3, 129; (A.), 
158, 190; (G), 332; 
(I), 388: (L.). loj 

Waltero. i 

Ward H., 319 

Warren, 149; (A.), 311, 
319; (E.), 319 

Wilbor E., 321 

Willard, 387 

Willett, 324 

William, 2. 3. 4. 7, 8, 14, 
16, I-.. 18, 19. 20, 31, 
12, 24. 26. 38, 37, 38, 
46, 47. 48, 55. 63, 66, 
70, 83, 87, 90. 93. I". 
115, 1 18, 151, 164, 168, 
194, 301, 375, 396, 311, 
325. 336. 337, 329. 333, 
333. 334, 33*. 34'. 346, 
352, 3S1, 376. 389, 300, 
391. 393. 393. 395. 39*. 
397. 398, 399. 400; 
(A.), 164; (A. C), 
336: (B), 306, 316, 

331, 333, 400; (C), 
100. 132, 241, 314; 
(n.). no; (E.^, 172, 
183; (F.). 168; (G), 
276; (H.), 89. 108, 

136. 172, 190. 240, 303, 
310, ■>i,<;. 319, 330, 399; 
(I.). 176, 253, 25*; 
(K.), 29. 167: (L.), 
331; (M), 88, 167; 
(K), 128, 137. 219. 

332. 405; (5.), 133. 

307, 333, 400; (T.), 
66, 93, no, III, 132, 
I-. 174. 388; (W:), 
46. 87, 344, 308 

Williemus, i 

Willis F., 401: (L.). a36 

Wirt W., 90 

Wright, 15, 19. 20, at, 
23, 23, 24, 3(, 38, 32, 
33. 34. 35. 40, 49. 58, 
62, 70, 71, 84, 127, l6a, 
ai4, lit, 376. 377 

Zaimon n., 401 

Zebulon, 33, 34, js, 46, 
4«, 6a, 68, laS, 131 

Zilali, 301, 307 



Zilpha, 72, 95 
Zophar, 29, 46, 90, jy», 
173. 177 

Zuha, 33* 
FroJtrlle, Haiel, 338 
Fryherpr, Ruby E., 310 

William, 310 
Fr»e, Jr.bn S., 344 

Jtilia A., 344 

MarifTirrt A,, 2.<4 
Fryrr, l-.llriilirth K, IJf 

I'.iiK'iiir, 135 

(;reville E., M$ 
Fuller, Amos, 383 

Caroline, 334 

Hilibard. 185 

Jane. 185 

Phcbe, 185 

Ruth A., 104 
Fulton. James P., a37 

Maude A., 337 

Sarah .... 337 
Furman, Jacob, 14 

G. 
GaBr, F.liMbeth, 309 

Justice, 309 
Gahannn. <.abe!la M., \%% 
Gahn, Ilrnry A., 166 

Lillie A., 166 

GallnRher, Amo», 39! 

Annie, 395 

Carrie, 295 

Fred R.. 295 
Ganong Ganoung, 4S 

Ann, 356 

Cornelia. 86 

Elizabeth. 86 

Fmeiine. 45. 86 

Huldah. 86 

John. 86 

Mattie. 166 

Mehitable. 86 

Pamclia. 4<. 86 

Rnwena, 86 

Samuel, 86 

\V,1I>« \., 166 
Gardiner, Ann, 3'» 

{ rlrstia, 3'J; (F.), JI» 

Eunice. 313 

Hannah E., 3>3 

James. 313 

1ohn F.. 3'a 

Lydia. 3'2 

Mary J.. 3'a 

Sarah C. 31a 

Temperance. Jia 
Gardner. Katurah, 110 

Lewis. 118 

Mary A.. 303 

Mercy, i3o 

Sarah, 118 

Seth. 54 
Garfield. Edward, 37* 
GarlicU. loshua, 304 
Garner, Benjamin, 33$ 

France" M., 13a 

Marcellite. 132 

Mehitable. 32S 

Thnmas. 112 

William T., 13a 
Garret. Genevieve. 249 

Richard M., 249 

Rosalie G.. 249 
Garrison, Susannah, 149 
Gay, John, 109 

Pamelia, 109 
Genun». Jane, 80 
Grnway, Alice A., 300 

Anna F... 308 

Eirn. 308 

M. Warner, 308 

William F., 308 
Gerild, Anna M., 19* 



4t4 



Thk Faorr OkmbaI/OOY 



• 1,1.1.., Ma>r< c 
tiihtnn, Mmy M., «I4 
i;»l<.ii>«>, lUnirii A,, |«4 

(Jrtin N., 11)6 
Cillicrt, l.iriJt., 9I 
Cilri. KHm, 6$ 

Kmma )., 40} 

Ltroy, 40s 
CUK'xk, lien). D., $IJ 

Marirtia, 25; 
Clovrr, llrrberl, if J 

Lydii, 289 
Godfrtt, Kobt-rt, 11 
GodfrcT. tdna M.. «ie 

Francit S., tio 

{ohn H.. 2$o 
.ydia H., 2S0: (L.), <!• 
Xfarjr G.. 250 
CoMffi, Mary A., JO 
Ooldimith, CiltKrlM Ti« 

llaroM K., 171 

Uuili A., «7i 
Goud, Saruh A,, 204 
Goodini, Stitan, 27J 
Goodrich, J-annT, 9] 
Coodjfrar, CharlotK, |ly 

Nrlbf. .?V 

Wlllixn II , ]ll7 
Corr, Altxfl I',, 1(9 

!,»„ S .«9 
. Goriijin, Mrt., J97 

I'olly, 177 
Gould, Dorothy, 193 

Florcner C I9J 

IVltiah \V., I9J 
GoulditiK, Kfbccca. JJJ 
Grahb, llalthaiiar, 173 

Carri* L., 273 

Chri«lina, 27,1 
Grahitn, Lily, 169 

Mary. y7 

Kicliard, 169 
Graniiii, I. ydia A^ ]M 
Grant. Ilarritnn E., JOf 

Kidahrll E., 307 

RiU T., 307 

Kobrrt P., J07 
Gravr<, Sarah. 394 
Cray r.rry, Itertha, Ml 

Clark. 201 

Klirat>fth. 1*9. ]9«> Ifl 

Hrnry, .f^v. .190, |9I 

i»^"l'. ,19". 191 
"li". ^H^^, .190. J9I 
,vdia. J90. 391 
Marv L., 201 
Crcrn(r), Alanton IL. 919, 
221 
Alic* A., 221 
Ann. 87 

Anna T., 219, aai 
Cbarlra C.. 224 
ChriJtophfr, 224 
Edith. 224 
Edna R., 221 
Elena, 224 
Elmer A., aai 
Emma N.. i|9 
Hettie, t6t 
Nrarl, 1)9 
, kt'ih, 119 
, rmlma, 9t 
, »»inl» T.. If I 
>iiira, 224 
.tllian, 119 
>1arlon, (14 
Mary. l7s (A.), $U, Kli 

(/.>. 119 
Nathanlfl, «t4 
Htovra. ••4 
Otedlak, t»t 



('»!(/ AllK, U« 

I'li'U. VU 

U\.\m,<i W„ ««4 

Kiiy.il, 119 

H, Adrllr. M9 

KaiMiicI, H7 

Sarah, 109 

Thomaa, 224 
Crrrnnmilh, Adelta> <0I 

Harry, 201 
CreK'iry. Abigail J., fftf 

AKnr», ii(t 

Dfborah, 256 

Gertrude C, 2«4 

James, 226; (C.), »s6 

.Silat, 256 
Griffin, — — , 46 

Amoa If., J14 

Oiarlotte, 205 

Kllrabrlh, 118 

Krrifllne, 14^ 

IXrlla t„ JI4 



/*iylali, *H, 49 

iUliira, AlfiMi, jM 
Ul«, WillUm, 141 



K.lhfr, Ml 
'.Willie yjn 



' " • I .iv 

llannuli, 107 
llarrlrll, 106 
tialtir, 314 

I. >>7 
acob. 20s 
f.or, Hi 
iilUb, llfi 
(i.cui.iiudi), 4(i, Mf 
Hariili, 57 
Griswoj.l, I'raricea g., fft 
(;rosv<-nor, I". S., ail 
Grover. Dicy. 234 
Guernsey, l)r., 151 
(■race M., 248 
Sarah. 151 
Gulick, Itctney A., 109 
Gummere. Abigail, 1)4 
Gurnry, John, 55 
Gurman. l-'ranciKO, 1)91 
Ijiiira, 1 39 
Uoberto, 139 

H 

Hadden, Isaac, 84 
tiatf, Anna K., 166 
llaKadnrn. George, 19a 

I'hfbe A., 192 

W'alir, 192 
Haffrman. Andrew, tjf 
liaii, Mary A., i6tf 

I'hrbe, 166 

S«-lli. 1611 
HalKl't. Anna, 37, 110, 119, 
no; (M.), 119 

Charily, 30, los 

Cyrus J., 17J 

Davi.l. .158, 359, ]6t 

Eleanor IQ7 

klizabctn, 17s 

Ellen. 33* 

Emmor K., 110 

Hannah, 46, 334; (M.), 

, 46 

John. 334 

Joseph, 48, 49 

Joshua, 54 

Martha, 102, J34 

Mary, 48, 119, ||8. l6f, 

.,>>\, JB8. J19. j«i. jri 

Mlviil, 119 
Mtlllienl, 3!i9, J<| 

{'all'iiie, 49 
tillrna, a«| 
Satnuel, 17, I If, ||l| 

(C). 119 
Sarah, 74. 104. I If. ll4< 



•f»h, 74. »04. M 
j|8: (T.), $$ 



Hl«|ib»n, JJ4 
lb«fliaa, I If 



<°liaili'«, 101 

David, 107 

George, 101 

Jatnei II., 179 

Jane, -3 

J?«ph, 333 

M»ry. 7J. JJJ! (J.), I9«, 

Matilda, 101 

Widow, 80 
Hallet, Andrew, 341 

John, IS 
Hallett, Lydia C, ijl, «|| 
Hallis, Miry II., 4()j 
Hallock, Amy, 31. til, fff 

Klainr, 102 

Kllralielh M., I0« 

Klli'lniiiiiih, 114 
ram Inn, iiij, ila 

I'rednlil, C„ lij 

I'rost I,., 104 

Guilford, 102 

Hannah, loj 

Isaac, 54 

James C, 102, laj 

John, (02, 341 

• '"••'h I',, itt 

KalliMJne, 40 

I-yliu, 102; <H,), 199 

Alarllia, 95 

Mary C., 93 

Vftrr, 1^7 

Phebe 1'., 102, tSa 

Richard, 9$, laa; (P.), 
102 

Sarah J., 122 

Stephen, 05 
Halli.well. Caroline, l«f 
Ilalscy, Clinrlotle, jyj 

George W,, 373 
llalstrnil. Al.lgiilt, 00, Itf 

Adelaide, 214 

Alunio, 273 

Amanda, 204 

Anna, 117, i8y 

Charles, 187 

Cornelia, 273 r- 

David, 104, loS, 116, lljr, 

Esther, lOJ, 117 
K^rklel, 60 

Hannah, leg, 116, llf. 

»73 
Henry P., ai4 
'ane, 60 
ohn, 105, iiy 
onathan, 103, 117 
oseph, 230 
oshiia, 117 
udith, 116 
ttie, 187 
Mary, 55, 105, 117 
Moses, 105, 117, 187 
Mrs., 289 
Naomi, 104, loj, lltf, 

117. 187; (C), 104 
Patience, 105, 177 
Phebr, jo, loj, IIJI 
I'HIIemiin, 60 
Relieccah, inj, ttf 
Hally, 230 
Hatniiet, 117, ily 
Hajflli. 6n, »'j|, I If, a}9| 

(l'.)i ai4 
fllephen. 50, 117 
Hamblinllamlln, Am/, il|, 
a<4 
Andrew, 1811 (1,), Ht 



Inokx 



4M 



IfniMliliM IUimIIm Cuni'd. 
jOIDh A,, iAj 

i',M.r«i K,, .(?j 
I'miik A,, i8s, u6i, it4 
(irnct, i6i 
Henry L., 163 
Ma M., j6j 
Iinac, iRs 
Jci»i(! K„ a6] 
l^e W., a64 
Leroy, 363 
Mary, 263 
Malle 11., 364 
Mildred, 164 
Minnie A., 164 
Ouincth, j6j 
Ruth, i6\ 

Willintn H., ifl], f44 
WInnrfrcd. ifij ^, ^ 
Ifitnmon.l, (ntallni Y., ttf 
J'lllM J,, 3'i'' 
l.atm, HI 

iUrdnilirook. Heheeea, (M 
lardy; Annie, 17! 
lare, Mnry, 87, 8S 
Silas, HR 
Harlow, Tliomni, 17 
Harrinit, Jnmen C, i<« 

Knlliirn II., JJO 
llflftio, Dnvl'l II., f«r 
n,H,^, ,1J1 
KIkmIii, i»A 
Sornli, 107 
William, 3JI 
Harrison. Inaiah, 14 
Liicinda, iQj 
William II.. t69 
Harrold, Mnry, Ijy 

Wlllinm, i»7 
Han, Anna, 226 

Cnrloltn, »J« ^, , 

Eli/a, 1R7. 1891 (A.)i 

ifo; (J)' 401 
F.pliraim, 101 
Kullier, ai6 
Grace, 126 
Henry W., Bit 
Ida, 30t 
James, 236 
Lillie. 226 
Ixniise, 226 
Pam'-lia, 33 
riilllp. 1R9 
flnrah, 33 
Hrlnli, 4'>1 
Hlrplirn, 210 
Su<uinn*li, i8q 
IlArtw.-ll. NtUic P., 310 
Ilarvey, Alice M., j8] 
r.rorije W., 283 
Sarah I,.. 283 
Harwood, Andrew, •)! 
Edna, 23J 
Rachel, 235 
William S., 235 
Hastings, Charlet, St 
Hiram, 81 
Julia, 81 
Hatfield, Isaac, if 
Patience, 251 
Sarah, 107 
Hitliaway, AlofiM B.« tjt 
Klfnnor, 271 
Kllritlirth, IJI 
Joalali, 171 



Ann* ['„ 1 88 
Amii* I'., U4 
Annie (l, iNA 
AnilMiiiy M., jrti 
llnrlliiilrHirw, no, ito 
llrnjainin, 3 iu, 348, }s8, 

„ 350. 36»; 368. 371 
Bridiiet, 361 
Carlnia 1., 140, «2J 
Cecelia, 360 
Cliarily, 358, 365 
Charlotte, 77, 143, 348, 

358 
Christopher, 360, 361,36* 
Daniel S., 139, 144! 

(W.), 143. <44. I4«. 

« 339 

Ehenezer, 339, 381 

Edifar P., 186 

Edith, 1 86 

Klftin, 140 

Klllnli, ,17« 

I'.lfalm, i;i 

KII/ul.Mti, 77, 361, }68| 

(!) ). 7H. '4J 
Emrllne, 78, 14;, 146 
Either, 145. 339 



Mr,, 271 

Hxhii, V... «7I 
lauirliey, Hamanlht, tj* 
ilayiiand, Abel, tig 

Ahliall, 117, 3st 

Adam, 339, 3|9 

An* M, J,, 140, Hi 

Ann, }6I 



Eanny M., 186 

Frank, Y'i 

Frrrlefirl.. 362 

Mlliert. 77, 141, 3J». JJ9t 

Mt,), 14A 
riles, 361 
Hunniili, 343. 3S> 
Helen, 224, 363 
Inaac, 368 

Tacoh, 359i (F). 14* 
Jacohus, 363 
James, 160, 361, 36J, 

,,6j; (W.5, 146 

Jane, 186 
ohn, 77, 35«, 3«o, 3«l, 
3fi2. 368; (E.). 1401 
?S.), 140, 1441 (V.9.), 
360 

{oieph, 3J9 
utiana, 362 
,aura f)., 339 
Lelilia J., 146 
Lyman, 186; (P.), 186 
MaRifie, 146 
Maniiela C, 140, 223 
Mariaret, 361 
Mnria I'., I39. 140 
Mary. 3I1'I. 359. 36*. J7«l 

(A.), 371 , . 
Mlilliew. 150 360, 361 
Melyor, 161 
Natnanlel, 360 
Nieves, 140, 224 
Patience, 117 
Paulina, 186 

Phehe, 144, 318, 339. 3<5» 
Polly, 147. 359. 367. 368 

S ■ 117 

Samuel Frost, 77, 139. 

140. 141, 14', 143, 339i 

(O.), 139. «44. 37«! 

(S.). M7 
Sara, 140 
Sarah A., 78, 143. '4<, 

>'4. 3.19 
Thomas W. A.. 362, j6j 
ThfimoMlnr, 361 
William, 3J8, J.19, 343. 

358, 359. 360, J«'. J«». 

3"3 

Hawhiiursi. Chriitoph«f, t, 

Samuel, l«e 
Wllliarn, 13 
Hawley, Itralrlet, «|« 
Horolhy, f|e 
Elb«rl, «|e 



II He>.|, HO 

l.llllail, t\n 
MaiK.itel, 2)0 
l(.»wrll, iV) 

ilayru, Maria, 400 
lay*, l.ilin. 307 
Ilatard, John, 9$ 

Martlia C, VS 
Hazelion, Adella, 401 

Almlra, 402 

Charles 0., 40* 

\je Grand F., 40J 

Martha G., 402 

Mary A., 402 

Miriam, 383 

Norman, 402 

Sevelon A.. 401 

Walter, 402 

Willis A., 401 
Haren, Anna U., tSJ, fJ7 

Cnlfh, 4), IJ31 (D.),ljl 

rnllsia, 1113 

(■|iarlr«, m 

Drlioruh, IJ3 

Ortrude, 1J3 

Helen, 153, 238 

Isaac, J 53 

Jes^iie, 2j8 

John, IVI: (S.), 238 

Inlla. ivii (II.), I|J 

MufKHMlU (,„ 238 
Muf 1,., 
Millet, 153, 2.18 
Otoar, 153, 238 
Una, 3]8 

Heady, , 334 

Heald, Rosnnna, 93 
Heath, Carrie, 199 

Ira, 199 
Heatnn, Ahlnail, 387 
James, 387 
Julia, 3S7 
\\rt\nrr, Su^iannah, tfj 
Ilearitian, John, 61 

M.irtha, 61 
Helms, I.. W.. 167 

I. aura M., 167 
IleniiiiKlon, F.lil., 112 
Hemstrc-et, Hellen. 311 
Hendricke, John, 333 
Hendricks, Cornelia, il| 
lamrs, 21$; (I!.), <l| 
Mnrv, i<;4 
.Snrnh. 372 
Ileii'Irirkvin, Ann, *ll 
Annie, 277 
Crlia A., 277 
Charles I^, 277 
ClitTord v., 277 
Eli nheth, 277 
»,. roe S., 277 
HarrI, 277 
Lillian, 277 
Peter, 277 
Sarah A., 277 
Walter E., 277 
Wm. IL, 277. «78, *9tf 
Hendrlx, Orpha T., 19t 
Henny, Alice, 346 
Henry, Alice, 346 
Annie IL, 406 
Annie L., 406 
Sarah II,, 29I 
Wm. F.. 406 
Men. daw, Mary, 109 
Herrirk, Fatima, 111 
Frank O., 311 
Fred T., 3'* 
Georne E., 311 
Georgia E., 314 
Gertrude, 89 
Martha F.., Jll 



426 



The Frost Geneaxoot 



Herrick. R. Manilla, Jl« 
Herrinf. Urn., jj6 
Briln. AtMcail, 2S6 

Armintu M.. 2S6 

Auri« J! , jK6 

Chirt't, 2«< 

<"liif»nrf, »M 
Kill M., ti6 
KImrr K., ««4 

y\orrncf, iM 

GiTir, inA 

lUf'.l't II , 1X6 

Homrr. iHfj 

Howard D.. sM 

Iafnr», jS6 

John, 7I6 

Klll.lilt.r, jUtf 

Krniirlh, ii6 

Laura, 286 

Wil'lrfrl. j(!« 

Nfll.r iKf, 

Kutwil. 2S6 

V'rima L.. iM 

Willie, 2S6 
Hrusti*. Ilmjamin, 47 

Carrie, 177 

Charles, 177 

Edgar, 177 

Ke'Trt. 30. 9J, tji 

ElitaHetb, 91 

Ella U, 177 

Emma J., 177 

Jane E., 9a 

Jonathan. 47, 9J 

MarTflt, I7« 

HbflW, 47. »J 

Raclifl. 47 

Kc^annah. 47: (F.), 47 
Hewlrtf, Charlea, J96; 
(H). 296 

Cornflia, 2^6 

FIizal>'th, J15 

Marpret. 129 
Marion C.. 296 

Mary L.. 2')6 

Towni'fl'l, 119 
Biekf, Raptift, J44 

Barn»-r<J, B,, afl 

Dianlha, 91 

E'lwarH E., «fi; (S.), 
*J' 

Rlli.. 341 

Rlitat/^h, 91, }4j 

Emrtlrne, 91 

Emiljf, 251 

Ephraini, J4J 

E«ther, 91 

Oertru'le, 91 

Hannah. 91. 141, Jj^t 
1">. 361; (A.). «s> 

Harodiui, J4J. iS<. H9 

Itaac. 91 

Jacob. 91 

Jamet, ut 

John. 91. 342, J4J. j(<, 

, 3«9; 'J ). 9« 

Lydia. J4J 

Marraret. J4J 

Martha, 91 

Ph'l*. 91. »4». 141 

RoJmtI. J43. }S9 

Samtx-I, J4J 

Rar.h. 9>: O). «7t 

Rf'phm, J4J 
Thf^ai^*;. 141 
Hlckaon. Pheb*, 179 
Sarah )L. 179 
Virgil. i'>9 
Binini. EIU. IJJ 
EmOTj, t}a 

Fiord. IIS 



L.itjra, HI 
Minnie, 131 
Siuan, fjj 
lltit, Annlr, 146 
Dsnirl i',, 145 
Mull, 2«7 
I'ranr^. K„ I4( 
Frank II., »76 
Hsrmah, ■{9% 
tt»rr\ if., 27(5 
llrlrri M,, 27(5 

John, i;',j/ll.). »7» 
Ixoiianl I'., J70 
Mair, »y') 
Ohii'liali, jHs 
Sarah ()., 276 
Stanho;)« W., 276 
Valfniinr, 301 
llillman, A<i>tin H., r$4 
l!l;,t,.», yy4 ,, - » 

(harlra I'., 22J! (J. •.), 



Knri'iur, 224 
Jane Ann, 22J 

Jeanne C, tS4 

John, 223 

Slanufla C. »aj 

Mary C, aaj 

Samurl. 223 
Hills. Alida M., »S» 

l^wis O.. 252 

Mattie C, 252 
Hinman, Itcnj., 398 

Mary M., 31$ 
Hinlnn, Alrx, C. lit 

Alice, 108 

Anna T., 108 
Hippie. Hfirn, 40$ 
Hirvhhrrg. 1'. D., I7» 

Mary, 170 
Hitchcock. Clark, I<J 

Mary A. L.. i6j 

Raymond, 38J 
Hitt. Hannah, 370 
Hoadley. Elvira, 387 

Arlcmu*. 3X7 
HoaK. Ahial, joi 

Ann. 21J 

Anna, 104, 184 

Brnjamin, 55 

F'.rrtram, 309 

Cath'fJne, lOJ, l»# 

rha.U., ^r,i 

llanifl, 302 

Kavid. ytJ, i09 

Klira. 227 

Kl<ral>eth, 101, 184, •*! 

Ellfn, 309 

Enoch. Ill 

Eiekiel, 49 

Hannah, 5$, fit 

Harvey, 302 

Henry, 104, 109, 184 

Iiaac, 10] 

John. 54, 302 

Jonathan, 5$ 

Katharine, 49 

Leonard, 309 

I>eonora, 309 

Lucy, 302 

Martha, $} 

Mary, joj 

Nathaniel, 17J 
I'aul. 103, 184 
Phf(»», 172 

Relx-cca, tii; (A.), jff 
Sarah, 104, 184, i»* 
Susan. J02 
Hobart, Noah, J94 
Hobby, Althea. jya 

Caroline, 374 
JoMph. 37a 
Mmrr, 174 



Thomai, 374 
Hobiinn, Grace, a8j 
Jonathan, 283 

Mary, 283 
UiiMtn. I'.lir* cth. S«4 
)lo<1«re, Dlanch, 107 
H(i'tyt%, Alire, 27J 
Hoflrnan, llftaef, j4| 

Ma M,, lOi 

la.nr, ))„ 2«J 

Martha, jfij 
Hoclr, Sarah, jof 
Iloll, John, 338 

Mary, 338, 

Mrrc*. 338 

Rachel, 338 

Simeon, 338 
Holland, jowph, j68 

Mary P... 268 

Mildrrd I., 2«S 

flllve I'., 268 

Koy S., 2(18 

Riilh L., 2C8 

Sarah J., 2I8 
Holli-nl)»-ck, Am», 196 
Holloway. Oavid, 114 

Hannah. 124, 284 

John. 124 

^larxaret. 124 
Hollnwrll. Ella. 287 

Grace L.. 287 

Emeus. 287 

Percy. 287 
Holmes, Anna M,, 17S 

Dflrplanr. 288 

El'na. 2«8 

Esther, 251 

Isaac. 173 

Jemima. 173 

John. 201, 251 

I.rnnder. 288 

Mary. 383 

F'alrence. 2$I 

rhrl>e, 54. 251 

Rachel, 2'I 

Rhoda, 173 

Ruth. 201 

Samuel, 251 

St'phen, 2SI 
Homeyer, Cefia A., $jt 

( liri'lian, 278 

KliraVr^th, 278 
Homfray, Edwin, J<4 

Marlon, 224 
|{nr>d. Caroline P., »t$ 

t <iarilv. 231 

E^w, v., 231 

Emma A., 262 
Frances E., 2<l 

Frfdrrick, 231 

George B., ifii; (H.), 
262 

Glenn F., 261 
Inez L., 262 

Jessie B., 261 

Josephine M., a6l 

Julia A., 261 
Ionian A., 162 
Ma)>et A., 262 
Mary, 231 
Maxw.-ll B., 26a 
Hr.ottland, Andrew, 71, IJ7 
Annelje, 45, 48 

inlielte, 71. 1J7 
largarrt, 70 
Hopkins, Alonzo H>< ito 
Calitta, 160, tit 
Dinah, 38 
Elias, 160 

Elirabetb, 15*. tfo, 3<S 
Harriett 16a 
Jemima, 160 
John, i6e 
Joacpb, IS* 



Index 



4117 



Hopkini, Lydia, 194 

Lucjr, 340 

Mary. 134; (E,), J74 

Nunc*. I5» 

Vhrhr J„ irto 

W«llrr, 160 

Wm C... ,f,n; (I!,), |tf« 
Hopjirr, Jfnrile, 174 
lI'irnl.r'M,).. All''#>, i(tf 

Anita M., 266 

JiMn T., a^ifi 

1<<il|<h n„ 2C,« 
Hortir. A.la, ti$ 

(.alhnrinr, J25 
Ilarnid P., 33J 

iacob, 335; (W.). it$ 
lary, jjj 
O'lilf A., jjj 
Kidinr.l C„ liji (W,), 

"i 
Wm. v.. jjj 
Ilornfr, l«a«c, 10, 376 
UnrnlfiK, Alirndam, ill 

Kllrn I., J1J 
Hortforif, Sylvia, 93 
Horton, Abigail, jj6 
Aliiii F., 295 
Anna, 122, 226; (L.), 

Annie, 29$ 

Barnabas, 337, 338, 344 

Ptnjamin, 337 

Ilfrlha, 00 

Bet»cy Ann, is* 

Cakh, 59, 337 

Carrie, 295 

Charlrn \«/„ 2es 

Charlolte, 205; (H.), 78 

Cornelia, 20$, 274 

Daniel, 59. 73, 328, 371; 

(P.), 205 
David, 378 
Delia, 122 
Douglas, Iff 
Drusilla, 146 
Edmond, 226 
Edna V., 295 
Elia« Q., 122, 204 
Elizabeth, 59, 73, (M.), 

204 
Emily, 274 
Emma, 226 
R.tber, S9, 33i, J71 
Fro«t. 122, 20Si '9ft 

). i74 
Oabrlel, 05 
CreorKe \\., 122, iOf 
Oeorgene, 274, 29s 
Crace, 226 
Hannah, 59, 337 
Harriet, 94 
Hattic, 226 
Itaac, 340 
Jacob, 50 
Jamen W., 20$ 
Tane, 122. 337, 344 
Jeremy, 337 
John. 222, 338 
Jonathan, 337, 344; (C), 
, 337 
Jo«eph, ^ft, 59. 71. JJ«. 

317. 3»8. 344 
To.hua. 274. 3jr 
Julia A., 20s 
I>«wrenc«, 337 
L*»h B.. 274 
Lillian v., J74 
Lilli* v.. 226 
Martha A., 204 
Marjorie C, 29J 
Mary, 73. 204. iiTi (t), 

Mercy, ttf 



Newman M.. 29s 

Ohadiah, 378 

Olive. 295 

Peter Q.. 122 

I'hebe 7Jt, 131. 144, JOS) 

fE). 295 
Pbillr. W,. 295 
Pruflence. 339. 340 
Kaflifl. 41. 7<. 331, 339> 
-.340. ,171. 37 J 
Roli^-rl P.. 274 
Pallr. a74 
8«r«h, 5-), 73, 95; (J,), 

121, 20] 
511... 337 
Stepn'-n, 59. 73. Ji6. 

338; (D.), 132, 20s. 

274; (F.). 274 
Thomnt V,, 374 
VlfKliiln, 29J 
Wm , 340; (C), l««| 

(J), 30J, 274i ' 

Wrii/lil, no, 132, (74, 
20s; (Trunt), 122 
Hotchkis^, Sarah. 386 
Hover. C'l.ira, 174 
Howard, Mercy, 24s 
Howe. Daniel F., 179 

Edgar W., 406 

Mateel, 406 

Ophelia, 179 
Howland, John A.. iM 
Howne. Anna E,, 94 

Henry, ij4 

Joel, 94 

layman, 94 

Morey. 94 

Hachrl, 04 

Sand ford, 94 
Hoyt. Hetsey. 399 

Charles E., 255 

David, 399 

Deborah, 357 

Tared, 399 



Tared, 399 
John, 357 
Julia C. M., 255 
Lillian E., 25J 



.illian E., 25$ 

Mary, 399 
Miriam, 365 

Nicholas, 357 

Riilh, 3<7 

Simon. 357 

Th'.m.i., 3 57 

Walter, 157 
Hiibl.ard, Amelia, 2S8 
HiiMi'-ll. AbiKait, 39a 

Klicnezer, 392 

Elirabeth, 392 

Tames, 393 

John, 393 

Joieph. 392 

Major, 396 

Martha. 393 

M.irr, 392 

I'hebe, 149 

Richard, 393 

Samuel, 393 

Sarah, 3<)2 

Sullivan D., 149 

Sii«annah, 149 
Huhbs, I^ah. 135. j8.3 
Hubert, Charlotlf. 348, 339 

Francis. 348 
Hiid'lle.ton. Judith, 366 
Hudson Wm.. 6. 7 
Hues. Ilumpre*. 3^4 
Hushes. Ann M., Iltf 

Anthony B., 116 

Bessie, 302 

Beulah, 202 

Don A., 20a 

Edmund E., 20* 

Ellicc M., 20a 



Helen B., it$ 

Ira )., 116, 202 

John K, 116 

I. In. la l',, ti6 

Txiis II.. 203 

Margaret A., 202 

Mary. ii6j (K.), Il<t 

(I..). j;j. 373 
HiiKlnon, Jane. 307 

Myron T.. 307. 308 

l'l,.l,r. .,07 
Hull, ll.iin.irls. 387 

Elirabeib. 391. 391 

Harriet. 338 

John, J87 

i nrlie, 185. 308 

Samuel, 393 

S.nrnb r., 307. 308, 387 
Hume. Alberta. 350 

Ah. r .M. II. 1J9 

Caroline^ i«8 

E'lR.ir }■., 183. 259 

Edward, 1R2 

Krnrtt. a<9 

(Jrorgr. 259; (J,), |8j, 
»59 

Harriet R.. 1R2 

Henrietta. 182 

ianirs, 259 
phn, 259; (F.), 188 
.atliarine A.. 259 

Ijfayettc. 183. 239 

Martha E.. 188 

Nettie 259 

l'<.lly. 182 
Humphrev, Caroline A., 161 

Elon D., 16s 

Martha E., 163 

Mary, 113 

Salirina, 217 
Hum^lone. Juliet C, 189 
Hungerford, Belle, 229 

Frank, 229 

John, 229 
Hunt. , 75 

Aaron, 335 

Alma, 161 

Anna P., 186 

Catharine, 161 

Cliarles, 1R6 

T)avid, 186, 335 

Firman. 3)5 

James, 3, J 

lane. iHf, 

JtMe C, 161 

Josephine M., 161 

M.tt. M5 

Lvman. 177 

.Nfar'-aret A.. 161; (F.), 
161 

Otis, 161 

Phebe, 177 

Polly. 177 



Thomas. 33< 
Wm. A.. 161 



Hunter. Eva. 254 

Hester A.. R- 

Hcnry C. 8? 

T. Milton. 254 

John W., 85 
Tlunfting, Jonathan W., 34J 
Hnrlburt, Frcd'k. 161 

Jennie T.. 161 
Hurst, Wm.. 20 
Hussey. Alelta C. 20« 
Hus«ellon, Abigail, 386 
Hutchinge, Anna P., 324 
Hittchins, Ann M., tl6 

B. Steuben, 116 

Rhoda, 23$ 
Hutchinson, , 333 

Margaret, 33 

Susan, 33 
Hyatt, Abigail, 379 



4J» 



Th£ Frost Geneaixmt 



Hratt. Catharine, 84. J79 
Charlotte, 378 
Elisha. 378; (S.), 37« 
Elizabeth, 29, 348, J78 
Esther, 375 
Errldel, 379 
Hannah, 378 
Hester, 84 
John. 43. 84. 348. 37*. 

i379 
pshua, 84, 37«. 379 
lary. 84 
Nathaniel, 378, 379 
Sarah, 27. 29. 43. »$. 
^ 348. 378 

Srlvanus, 43. 37*. J7» 
Hyde. John, 58 
^aria, 58 
Mary, 58 
Eyler, Elizabeth, aoi 
Hyier, Phebe, ao3 



Iden, Emma, 120 

George, 120 

Hannah, 120 

Jacob, 120 

Nancy, 120 

Sarah C. 120 
Ingraham. Daniel C, JO] 

Emma, 203: (J.), 30) 

Henry G., 203 

John C, toj 

Mary, 203; (E.), J«J 

Ilinit, Caroline »<4 
Ireland, Mary E^, mJ4 

Wm. K., 274 
Irish, Martha, 54 
Irrebarrcn. Ueigo, 14* 

Paola, 14a 

Maria F., 141 
Ire^, Damaris, 38$, 386 

Holmes, 330 

M:ry, 386 

Miriam, 387 

Rosamond, 330 

Sarah, 387 



Jackson. Adelaide, l)a 

Amanda. 287 

Ann S., 279 

Arthnr, 224 

Elena, 224 

r'--.abeth. 210 

Florence J., 214 

Grace A., 279 

Hannah U., 296 

Harold A., 214 

Jacob W.. ai4 

John, 28 

Mary, 46 

Nancy, 287 

Robert, 28V 

Solomon S., »79 

Stephen F., 214 
James. Helen M., 4ot 

Josephine. 291 
Jant, Annetja, jS 
Jams. Caroline, 70 

David. 279 

Ida, 279 

Mary, 279 

Sarah, 279 
Tenner, John, ly 
Jenninip, Charlc*. M4$ 

Evelyn, 14s 

l^na, a4S 

Marnret, 14$ 

S. W.. a4$ 
Jcranto. Mr., 14* 



Jessop, Alice M., 283 

Corine, 283 

Robert A., 283; (J.), sSj 
Jewell, Clara. 383 

Ellen, 240 

Henrr, 383 

Isabella G., 240 

loel W., 240 
Johnson, Adab E., 97 

Elizabeth E., 251 

Henry, 280 

iohn J., 97 
lary, 280 
Jones, Atta M., 314 

Carrie E., 321 

Corlista, 272 

Dennis 263 

Ebenezer, 321 

Edwin F., 321 

Elizabeth, 321 

Freelove, 24 

Hannah, 329 

Ida, 321 

John S., 303 

Lvdia M., 303 

Margaret, 129, t6o 

Mary, 263 

Samuel, 303 

Thomas, 15 
Jonton, Harmon, 33$ 
Joxce, Susannah, 357 
Judson, Margaret, 335 
June, Mary, 399 



Ka<<, Florence M., 384 
Katkamier, Mary, J70 
Kauiman, Ad'lonlt L>, t$t 

Klla M.. 286 

Jacob, j86 

Katherine, 286 

Louisa, 286 
Keating, Isabelle, 308 
Keayne, Robert, 34$ 
Keeler, Clara, lot 

Jesse, loi 

Sarah, loi 
Keene, Lucy J., 70 

Martha. 68 
Kellar. Anctline, 318 

Annis, 318 

Fred A.. 318 

Frederick, 318 

Howard, 318 

Raymond, 318 
Kelley, Clarine, 374 

Josiah, 148 

Mehitable. 148 

Patty, 382 

Sophia, 148 
Kelsey, Charles, 29$ 

Harriet J., 267 

Henry T., 295 

Lydia R., 295 

S. Keith, 29s 

Thomas, 295 
Kennelly, Almeda, 336 

Jeremiah, 3^6 
Kennrt, Ferdinand, I70 

Latty, 170 
Ken', IJelephene, 288 

Louisa, 228, 229 
Kenyon, Abiel, 309 

DoIIt, 309 

Frederick, 309 

John E., 309 

Lewij, 309 

Mary A., 309 
Kerr, i.40» 

Charles H., itj 

Nellie A., 127 
Kenchner, Daniel, »t», jjj 

MaUlda J., »t» 



Melsena, ajj 

Maria, 232, 233 
Kewin, Charles, 307 

Edward C, 307 

Eugenie E., 307 

Eva M., 316 

Harrison L., 307, 316 

Lafayette, 307 

Mary A., 307, 316; (E.), 
307; U). 307; (M,>. 
316 

Mina I,, 316 

ReU T., 307 

Robert, 107; (F.), joy 

Thersia Jl., 307 

Washington, 307 

Wm. H., 307 
Keys, Emily, 174 

Robert, 174 
Keyser, Anna E., 167 
King, Dean, 100 

Deborah, 393 

Esther, too 

Jane, 60 

Julia, 243 

Lena L., 28a 
Kingsland, Ambrote C, ttt 

Rebecca, 107 
Kinner, George, 383 

Martha, 383 
Kintz, Edith H., aoj 

Eloner, 203 
Kipp, Abraham, tai; (Z.), 
lai 

Alida, 121 

Anna, 121 ; (H.). lai 

Cathrrine, 121; (P.), |«| 
. Kliiaheth, 114 

(iilhrrt E,, 121 

Grace, lai 

Harriet, 121 

Hester, 121; (A.), lai 

John M., 121 

Mary, 121; (S.), lat 

Minnie, 121 

Phebe, 121; (A.), lai 

Reuben, 121 

Sarah, 56, I2t 

Thomas S., 121 

Wm. F., 121 

Wine f red, 161 
Kirby, Ann, 218 

Daniel, 30 

Leonard, 100 

Matilda, 100 

Richard, 11, 100 

Valentine, 100 
Kirk, Benj. C-, 130 

Florence, 130 

Hannah, 130 

Joshua, 130 
Kitchen, Elizabeth, 268 
Kitching, Cornelia F., 406: 
(K5, 406 

Edward B., 406 

Florence El, 406; (M.), 
406 

George E., 406; (IL), 
406 

Gilt«:rt F., 406; (J.), 4e« 

Helen L., 406 

Isabella M,, 406 

Lawrence, 406 

Margaret A., 406 
Ktingle, Eva, 286 

Hayman, 286 
Knapp, Abraham, jyj 

Allhea, 372 

Andrew, 373 

Aner, 37J 

Angeljne, aap 

Anne, 65 



Index 



429 



Knapp, Caroline, 78, 374 
Charles, tif 
Charlotte if., 78 
Clayton L., 316 
Clemence, 372 
Cyrus, 145; (C), 374 
Daniel, 37J; (W. P.), 78 
David, 78; (W.), 7«, 146 
Deborah, 145 
Drusilla, 146 
Eben, 373 
Edward, 78 
Elinor, 37a 
Eliia 78 
Elizaoeth, 78, 339! 

(Frost), 146. 316 
Emelinc, 145 
Emily. 335 
Enoch, 339 
Esther, 78, 339 
Fannie C., 316 
Frances, 145; (E.), 145 
Gilbert, 372, 374 
H. Matilda, 146 
Hannah, 339, 371, 37a, 

,.373. 383 

Harry 229, 373, 374; 

, (N). 374 

Helen, 120 

Henry, 145, 373 

Herbert, 120 

Horace, 373 

Jacob, 145; (Frost), 78, 

, 145 

James H., 374; (W.), 78 

Jane, 78 

Joanna S., 374 

John, 373, 3(13; (T.),374 

Jonathan, 37a 

Joseph, 75, 339, 371, ijt, 

T ^P 

Joshua, 297, 37J 

Laura lane, 229, 374 

Lewis H., 316 

Lvdia, 372 

Martha, 374 

Mary, 145, 373 

Milhcent, 75, 78, 373 

Moses, 145, 339, 37a 

Nicholas, 37a 

Phche, 78; (A.), 78 

Prudence, 339 

R. Thompson, 146 

Rachel, 78, 373 

Ruth, 372 

Samuel, 373 

Sarah, 78, 145, 340, 371, 
372. 373: (A.), 78, 146. 

c 339 , 

Shepard, 145 

Stephen, 78 

Susan, 374 

Susannah, 383 

Theodore, 146 

Timothy, 373 

Titus, 372, 373 

Unica, 372 

Unity, 37a 

Waller, 374 

WriRht, 340. 37t, 373 
Knead, Mae, 230 
Knell, Alvin !>., an 

Alvina, 211 

Mary, ati 

Philip. 21 f 
Knibloc, Ebehercr, 45, 330 
Knickerbocker, Catherine, 
92 

Elizabeth, 92 

Harmon, 92; (J.), ft 

John v., 9» 

Jtilianna, 92 

Lawrence, 9J 

Rebecca, 91 



Susanna, 9a 
Knickman, Elizabeth, 278 
Knight, CJeorge H., 349 

Robert, 349 
Knokcy, Eleanor, 241 
Knox, Almeda, 15$ 

L Burr, 155 

Robert J., 250 

Rosa N., 250 
Kohler, Caroline, 160 

George, 160 
Kresson, Christina, 380 
Kruger, Helena. 2$, 375 
Kruroanaker, Katherine, a8C 



Lackey. Lizzie. 156 
Lafayette, Gen., 106, 107 
Lake. Mr.. 86 

Phebe A.. 86 
Lambert. Jesse, 388 

Susan E., 388 
Lamos, Anna L., 395 

Carrie B., 295 

Charles A., 295 
Laney. James A., 349; (P.), 
249 

Lucy C. 249 

Marie E.. 249 
Landan — Landon. 

Allen. 268 

Arthur A.. 268 

Edna C, 268 

Giles, 268 

Leiand H., 268 

Lucrclia, 26R 

Mary K., 268 

Olive v., 268 

Sarah L., 268 

Carrie B., 295 

Charles A., 295 
Lane, Daniel, 356 

Esther, 59, 338, 371 

George. 349 

Gertie A.. 244 

Kate. 407 

Lydia. 205 

Millicent. 359. 368 

Sarah. 330 

Wilfred A., 244; (L). 
244 
Langdon. Elizabeth, 335, 

Jane. 365, 369 

Jessie, 257 

John, 365 
Langotroth. Martha M., 400 
Lapham. Aimer B., 319 

Betsey. 269 

Charles N., 319 

Ella P., 219 

Francis M., 219 

George S., 219 

James F., ri9 

Lydia R., 269 

Solon, 219 

William S.. 269 
Lasher, Adelia D., 168 

Anna !)., 168. 247 

Bessie L, 246 

Clara A., 246 

Eliza C., 246 

George. 168: (E.), 346; 
(Wm.), 168, 34s 

Helen. 16R; (L), 346; 
(M.), 168 

Isabella, 168, 347 

Jamei, 168 

John. 168 

Louise G., lit 

Mabel E., 346 

Marr, 346 

Rachel. 168 



William, 246 
Latham, Mary, 130 
Lattin — Latting — Latten. 
Alice M., 135 

Anne T., 134, 219, 231 

Arthur D., 135 

Charles, 66. 67, 68; (P.), 
«3S 

Edward. 13; (T.). 134. 
220 

Elizabeth, 67, 68, 319 

Ella F., 134, 319 

Ethehnda, 37 

Freelove, 12S, 136 

Grace V., 135 

Harriet A.. 134; (E.), 
I3S 

Jane D.. 134, 219 

John J., 23, 68, 134 

Joseph, 35, 37, 68, 134, 
319 

Josephine, 134, 3t9 
Josias, 8, 13, 14, 38 

Ma.y, 37. 58; (F.), 134, 
219 

Nancy, 67 

Richard. 8 

Sarah. 66, 67, 68, 139, 
134. ai9 

Sylvia A., 67 

Walter S., 135 

William. 66. 68; (D.), 
13^, 219; (Frost), 67 

Zerviah. 128 
Law. Adeline, 195 
Lawrence. Anne, 58 

Edward. 121 

Elizabeth. 94 

Harriett. 121 

Jane, 137 

Joel. 121 

Josephine, 121 

Mary. 121 ; (L), IJI 

Obadiah. 58 

Rachel. 58 

Sarah. 31 

Walter. 121 
Lawton. — ; — , 400 
Layne, Emily r., 285 
Leacraft, Mary. loi, 10$ 
Leak, Frances, 253 

Jane, 253 

Hiram, 253 

W. Elvington, 253 
Ledderucci, Zita, 265 
Lee, Ahijah, 240 

Toscph, 59 

Mary A., 240 

Sarah, 50 
Leer, Caroline, 234 

Daniel, 134 

Homer L, 234 

Martha, 234 
Legate. Wm. O.. 194 
Leggctt, Alice M., 183 

Carrie, 195 

Estrlle, 183 

Frelove, 194 

Hackaliah L., 194 

IL Travis. 19s 

Isadore C. 195. 36S 

Joseph, 182 

Lydia. 194 

Lvnn, t9«; 

Mary L., 194 

Morris, 194 

Naomi, 133 

Travis, 19s 

Wm. L, 194: (T.), t9S 
I..egrice, Margaret, 339 
Lemme, Charles, 338 

Marguerita G., 238 
Lent, Carrie B., 295 
Leonard, Mabel B., 339 



430 



Tr£ Fkost Genealoot 



Leonard. Nancy, ijf 

Robtrt, 139 
Le Till-ar. Sre TiU«f 
Letts, John A., 19s 

{ulia, 19s 
.ucinda. 195 
Levcrich. Eleaicr, tf 

William. JO 
LerinKB, Noah, j8j 

l<ewell, , 350 

Lewis. Amey, }4 

Amy, 60 

Anne, 34 

Brnjamin, .14, 60 

Cariic A., i6j 

I'almcr il., 2(f 

?'hrlK- y.. 2ii 

Sri»'«. 94 

William M„ 15$ 
Lindsay. Annie, 194 
Lines, Nancy, a8y 
Linney. Amy E., tj% 

Arthur G . 27J 

Sunley, 373 
Lisk, Mary, iia 
Litchfield, Lucy W., jit 
Littell. Emma, ISS 
Lockwood, Anna. 28s 

Caroline, i5o. 28* 

Cornelia, 160 

Emily, 188 

Frances D., t6o 

jane Ann, 102 

Tobn H., 160; (M.), sSj 

Malrina, i6e 

Martha, 102. i6e 

Walter, 10s 
Loder, Aliigail, 71 

Ann, 71 

Clara, lot 

Deborah, 256 

Jeremiah, lei 

Jonathan, 71 
Loine«. Phebe, 6j 
Long, Fred. 224 

Frederico, 234 

Horodius, 224. Hi, 1st, 

» ^5' „. 

Longlon. Blanc, 1)9 

James, 139 

Rene, 139 

Sarah, 139 
Look. Carrie A., 289 

Martha J., 289 

Wilham r, , 289 
Loomif. Ana. joi 

Daniel, 301 

Milo, 101 
I/orillarrf, Peter. ]}f 






O v.. *$T 

A,. 217 



Loll, Idich, ify 

Jac'Ai, 127 
Loun-lr/ry IWaey A., 1*9 

P.\iri\j^^h, 29« 

F.mma N., 139 

P,«1hrf, 108 

Ce<ifgi«ng, 190 

Ho%«-«. 190 



Irmima. 87 
I'amelia, 109 
Pbineas, 108 



S. M., 139 
Sarah, im 
Lorcland, Elizmbeth, JOJ 
Georje. 30a 
John, 30M 
Joshom, )oa 
Mary. 30*; (A.), |«1, 

Sarah J., 3«a 



William, 302 
Lowree, Sarah, 136 

Thomas. 137 
Loyd, Albert, 118; (IL), 
itS 
Arthur C, 118 
Carrie D, 118 
Edwin, 118 
Jane, 130 
John C, 130 
Marv E., 118 
Phrbe, 118 
Lu'l'iiniftin, Henry, 44 
Ludlam, Ann E., J77 
1..-1.-1C i , 277 
Jo.rph !^,, 277 
Lum, (nrKlinr, 261 
f;<'»fK<- 4"2 
liilia A,, l6t 
Ixnter t,., 261 
I.ucy M., 402 
Mary L., 402 
Lush, Marr, 279 
Luther, Elizabeth, 3$J 
Lyon, Amos, 203 
Anna W., 249 
Daniel, 312 
David, 240 
Erastus W., 249 
Ezra, 204 
Hannah, 102 
Jude A.. 312 
Kittie M.. 312 
Laura, 312 
Lucind-., 203 
Margaret, 203 
Mary, 204, 312; (L.),449 
Ralph E., 312 
Rosanna F., 249, 29J 
Sarah A., 249 
Tharzii, 242 
Winefred E., Jf* 

M 

McArtl.ur, Sally, 230 
McAvov, Anattatia, l8s 

Dennis, 185 
McHane, Rachel, l«y 
McCarthy, Kllen, 240 
McCarty, Caroline, 4ej 

Charles, 40 

Eliza J., 402 

Emma C., 402 

hrances, 403 

Francit A., 402 

John, 402, 403; (W.)« 
402 

Laura, 402, 40] 

Mililila A., 402 

Melissa C, 40J 

Mliiarn I',, 402 

H«lly, ^nt, iot 

Kiirah M , 402, 401 

Willlim, 40J 
McCUIUm, Anna M., 19* 

CilliPtine, f92 

Kalhryn, 192 

Mary A,, 192 

Pubftl K,, I9i 

8»fah J., 192 

Wm, lyj; (F„). 192 
MeClriian.l, Frank, 191 

George, 191 
Phelie A., 191 
Robert, 191 
Sarah, 234 
McComas, Albert R., Jts 
Carrie C, 31$ 
Charles, 31$ 
Clarence E., Ji$ 

iamea. 315 
Ury. )IS 
Ot« M.. 31s 
Knth. SIS 



McConnell, Sarah, 40J 
McCreary. Fin'ey J., 27S 

Sarah E., 27s 
McCurdy, Elizabeth, 259 
James P. W., 259 
Martha O., 29t 
Nettie, 259 
Orpha T.. 292 
Wm. M., 202 
McDermott, Edward VL,t$ 
Jemima, 6g 
Mary A., 258 
McFarlan, Martha, 391 
Mclnnis, Nancy, 294 

McKay, , 396 

Darwin J., 258 
Ella M., 25« 
flrorur K., 3j8 
.Mury A., 258 
McKecl, Phebe, 122 
Mci\ey, Le Ro», ■(! 
McKimsbry, Charlea H,, 
249, 250 
Eliza, 249 
Elizabetn, 250 
Phebe, 249 
McLafferty, Edw., 402 

Mary L., 402 
McLauRhlin, Edith, 170 

George, 170 
Mclean, Huldah, 91 
Mcl-ure. Cynthia. fS4 
McMillan, .Mary A., 13J 
McMillcn, Alfred, 267 
Dora B., 267 
Florence, 267 
George C., 267 
TIarriett B., 267 
Helen, 168 
Lucile, 267 
KIcMullen, David, toe 
Eli, 100 
Lydia, 100 
Sarah, too 
McMinn, Margaret, 40I 
McMurray. All.ert W., Sl| 
Charles M.. 313 
Clarence, 313 
Haftie E., 313 
James. 313: (IL), 3I| 
Ophelia, 313 
McNeil, Eula E.. 388 
Mcpherson, Matilda, 2}I 

Thomazlna, 272 
Mahbes. Thomaa, 17 
Mabbett, Isaac, 93 

Jane E., 93 
Maccown, Samuel, I], ffi 

36 
Maclirt, Jean, 349 
Ma<l<ay, Anna K,, tjl 
Chnrlr, L,, 231 
Doiiul'l M., 231 
llor«ri>, 192 
Julia H,, 231 
Lucy F.., 211 
Marrrlla W., 23I 
Minnie C, 192 
Noah W.. 231 
Mnrkenzie, V.\h. L., IJf 
Flora, I JO 

Jamr«. no; fP,), IJ9 
Macoune, Hannah, Jft 
Maiuliey, Agnea v., S04 
Maffett, Charles E., MS 
Gula, 113, 20* 
Helen, 202, 27s 
John J., 20a 
Afary, ti6 
Robert. liS 
Ruth, 201 
Samuel, 113, tiC, ae% 

20a 
Sarah, tt< 
Mahar, Nctlle, i«s 



Index 



431 



Mahar, Nora, i8s 
Mahcm, Mary J., 19* 
Maine, Eleanor, 183 

Eliz. F., 182 

Estelle, 182 

Francina, i8i 

Fred'k E., 18* 

Hallock R., 18a; (A.), 
18a 

Harriett C, 18a 

Isabel, 183 
Josephine, 183 
Malcolm T., igj 
Minerva, 18a 
J;l.rl,r, ygj (P.), ||« 
Mslorir, I,(7,ir J IJ4 

Jlur.let K.,^8,' ' ' 

Jonrpli, J83 
Manchester, fulia, 133 
Mandaville, Charity D., j6s 

Lena I., 263 

Wallace, 263 
Manning, Sarah, 15* 
Manp, Cecelia, 360 

Eleanor N., 267 

Emma L., 267 

Fred-k I., 267 

James f., 267 

John, 160 

Julia D., 267 

Mary A., 216 

Mina L.. 267 
Manney. Ann E., 388 
Mansfield, Melinda, 387 
Marquardt, Catherine A., 
252 

Eliza, 252 

George, 252 
Marquct, Etta F., SSO 

Douglas, 250 
Marsh, Mary, 87, U 

I'riicilla, 368 

Silas, 87, 88 
Marshnl(l), Uratrlce, »$t 

Caroline, 252 

Carrie M., 326 

Klizaheth, 190 

Gertrude, 204 

Israel. 252 

ij. Addison, 168 
Jerusha, 30 
ohn K., 336 
lary K, 314 
Maude W., lai 
Paulina S.. ,U 
Rachel, 168 
Vernle, aja 
MarlliiMg, < Hlhrrlne, }*} 
Mnrlm, ,S\mrriin, too, tjt 

»oi» 
{ll(.n,he r„ 27J 
Ityr-Mi A., 200 
Karl, HM) 
Edna I'., 200 
\<r,\\y J., ,00 
Knnnv, ,00) (If,), |j| 
frank I,., ,00 
Ii'-Ien, 200 
Mowurd U,, 200 
Janir, A., 2001 (K.), nt, 

Jane, 200, 273 
Killian, 200 
Leslie G., 200 
Lorenzo, aoo 
Mary, 300 

Millicent E., 138, joo 
Mj;«'e H-. »oo 
Nellie D., mo 
Pryor F., toe 



Royal B., 200 

R. Warner, 200 

Sarah, 200 

Susan, 21 1 

Thomzenia, 272 
Mason, Harriett, 159 
Mather, Beda, 227 
Mathews, Lillian p., 151 
Maverick, Samuel, 339 

Sarah, 329 
Maxwell, Benj. Vtn A., 
316 

Eugenia A., 316 

Lila, 3»7 

Mary A., 316; <M.), Jl« 

Kida M,, 317 

Wm. It., ,,7 
Mnyhr, r.lj/uheth, lOI 

John. loi 

sarali, lot, 187 
Mayiiu, Josephine C, *]0 

Leon, 2JO 

Sarnantha, 230 
Mead, Alice B., 291 

Anna, 192 

Clark, 191 

Daniel H., 262 

Eleanor L., 291 

Ethel F., 291 

Florence E., 291 

Hannah, 105! (E.), 361 

James I., 291 

Lewis W., 291 

Ix)uisa, 291 

Mary A., 291; (C), 391 

Mercy C, 262 

Mildred F., 291 

•Sarah, 291 

Wm. L, zgi 
Medes, Marv A., 308 
Meeker, Matilda, 403 
Meijs, Jrhn. 392 

Mark, 364 

Vincent, 392 
Meigs, Elizaheth, 393 

Ilinry, 223 
Meldrum, Jessie, 314 
Melims, Nellie E., 331 
Merriam, Margaret, 387 

Ruth, 3«7 

Theophulus, 387 
Merrick, Elizabeth, 134 
Merrill, I'luma, 190 
Merritt. Albert A., 18S 

Amelia H., 187 

Anita, 188, 266 

Anna, 114; (V.), 189 

Austis, iJto 

Belsry, 114 

Caroline, 377 

(I'.ilrida, tt.6 

Dmil'-I, iRR 

l'.dw«rd, |«8 

I'll//. 1^7, iH«l (If.), Il» 

Lli,J,Hh, ,,,3, ,14 

Kmellne, 238 

I'rancfs, 174 

Gra(p 1^, ilg 

JIarrlelt P., 189 

Henry, iS8 

Jinnc, 1H7, lit 

Israel, 377 

Jamea, 1,4 

Jane, 103 

Jesse I"., 114, 150 

Mane, 177 

Martha. 188 

Mary A., 114 

Phebe C, 188 

Rachel, 173 

Richard, 189: (P.), 1S9 

Thomts, 333, 334 
Micklethwaft. Coral E., 31S 

Harry, 318 



Millbranck. , 349 

Mildmay, Agnes, 346 

Alice, 345 

William, i«6 
Millhavcn, Gertrude, at 
Mill. Ellen, 287 

Pearl H., 287 

Peter H., 287 
Miller, Abigail, 339 

Abraham IL, 138, 335 

Angenette, 115 

Bertha J., 253 

Calvin, 94 

Caroline, 324 

Catharine, 138 

( hrstrr. 72 

Clara, 311 

CnillMsX 214 

I'.ll/al(eth, 138 

Emily, 251 

Emma J., 293 

Esther, 319 

Ezekiel H^ 213 

Florence E., 234 

Forrest L., 206 

Henrietta, 213 

Increase, 339 

James, 162 

John, 3J9 

Joseph, 291 

Josephine B., 183 

Katurah, 94 

Leah II., 127, 135. 183 

Mabel, 291 

Mary, ij6, 291; (A.), 

, 162; (£.), 206 

Merle S., 291 

Nellie, 291 

Paul v., 291 

Phebe L, 127, 135 

Kichard, 213 

Robert. 1H7 

Rutlj. 339 

Sarali 145; (A.), Jijj 

^ (ll.>. 25,.; (M.). 101 

Stephen, 12-. 133, 183 

" liliam, 291 
Mills. Agnes. 196 

Charles, 263 

Clemence, 373 

Jane, 263 

Jessie E., 263 

John L, 363 

.Samuel, 372 

Sarah, 372 
Milo. Eliza M., 188 

George, 188 
Miner. Sophia C, 320 
MIK hrll, ("aroline, 314 

Clinton, 130 

Di'iiel J., 2t4 

Kll/r>l,rl1i, ,« 

I'.l.lr, J 14 • 

Ho.rnre C„ ,9, 

'.'■<;rgr. (S3 

Henrlella. 214 

Henry. 38, 314 

James, i jo 

J"'.e. 130 

J'-'-pli. I. in 

Maria, 13) 

Mary. 130J (F„), (39 

Nniiry, 130, 320 

rbebe, 63, 130 

Robert, 130 

Samuel, 130 

Sarah, 130, 330; (F.), 
214 
Mockford, Ida, 90 
Moe, Sarah, 41 
Molesworth, Jane F., 170 

Jeanne G., 170 

Lewis, 170 

Paul Wm., 170 



I 



4S2 



The Feost Geneaix)oy 



Monull. Hiram, 404 

Minnir, 404 
Montross. Edna V., 195 

Jennie L.. 29$ 

William V., ipj 

Winifred. 98 
Moore, Benton. 186 

Edw. A., i86 

Eliza. 89 

Gertrude, 89 

Kalherine, 286 

Laura D., 339 

Mary, 8^ 

Mercy L.. 175 

Philip H., 89 

Sarah A., 207, 275 

Thomas. 275, 375; (W.), 
'O7. i75 

William. 89 
Koran, Angeline, 318 

Georjre, 318 

Thomas F.. 319 
Morehou'*, }{annah, 300 

Rachel. 85 
Morey. Charity J., 309,117 

Emilv I., 317 

Marilda E., 317 

Mercy M., 309, 3«r 

Phebe E., 309 

Knffrr W., 309, jt7 
. Smih R.. 109. J17 
Wof^sn, EH/atK-th, J4| 

W'rf..., I,(,.,f,, 141 

«-.gff, 4) 
Mort. ( liaikt ir., J«4 

Cornelia W., 304 

Jessica F., 304 
Mor&e. Alice d, 176 

Beniah Y., 163 

Catharine. 176 

Charles, 176 

David. 176 

Grace. 176 

Margaret, lit 

Sophia O.. 163 
Morton. Arna. 24$ 

Elizabeth. 219 
Mostly. Je»sie C, 161 

L.acilius, i<i 
Mosher, Ambroie, ff 

Ann. 95 

Benjamin. 48, ft 

Oi»rl'«. 97 

Con^iner, 97 

Daniel, 198 

Edwin, ji I 

F.Iwin. 31 » 

Emerson, 31 f 

Emily A.. 314 

Emma, 198 

Euretta. 311 

Euerne. 311 

Levi. 97 

Lucinda I_, iti 

Marraret. 198 

Marietta, 311 

Martha, 48, 96 

Philip. 54 
Mott. , 39« 

Alice M.. 258 

Amey, 70 

Anna C. 181 

Anstis. 180 

Elizabeth, 258; (A.). i8r, 

Francent. 180, 35C 

Georinan*. 130 

Haniiab. 175, tSo 

Harlan S.. fA 

Harry U. tit 

Jtrnn, n. k«e: (O, 

SS8: (H.). 180, i8t, 

«$• 



Lawrence, 8, 36$ 

Lucretia R., 130 

Lvdia I .. 70 

Nlargaret. 212, 280 

Mary, 258; (F.). 70 

Phebe. 130 

Rebecca. 217 

Ruth. 258 

Sarah. 70: (M.), i8t. 3S7 

Solomon. 175 

.Stephen, 70 

Valentine, 70 

William, 130 
Moulton, Mattie C, a$* 
Mowers. Margaret, 24$ 
Mudge, Coles, 217 

Dorothy, 217 

Irene L., 204 

Moses, 18 

Sterling. 204 

William J., 204 
Muir, Mary, 231 
Mullanphy, John, 169, 171 
Mullins, Pri'MTilla, 247 
Mun>.on. Amelia, 136 

Caroline, 136 

Catherine M., 136 

Frances H., 136 

Frrncis Q., 136 

Huldah. 44. 45. 71. J7» 

Kale, 136 

I/evi, 70, 136 

Msril.n F„ l^fl 

M»ry T„ ly, 

Viird',. l<, Key., 60 
Murphy, Ann, 284 

Charles F., 384 

Hannah, 231 

Jack, 211 

Jessie M., 284 

Mary. 261; (E.), *J« 

William F., 284 
Murray. Ellice M., JOJ 

Joseph, 387 

Nellie. 387 
Murry, Lucjr, 268 
Myers, Benjamin, 294 

Elizabeth, 175, xoo, Jfiii 
(M.), 306 

Frost. .100, 306 

Grace A., 294 

Hannah, 294 

Henry, 300 

Lucas, 3H0 

Sarah, ^o6 

Susie, 2fi7 
MyKiilt, Abram, $%i 

Alice, 231 

Charles. 23 1 

Frank. 231 

Henry, 231 

I^ura, 231 

Ixiuisa, 231 
Mykins, Kitty, 204 
Myles, , 400 

N 

Kagle. Augusta A., t(A 

Francis J., 266 

Florence W., 266 

Gustavus W„ 366 
Nash, Alice, 269 

Amanda, 129 

Anna C, 269 

Annie F., 269 

Bertha, 269 

Charles \V., 369 

Louisa. 269 

Lydia, 269 

Thomas, 269 
Ncmle, Gay. 270 

JoMicc M., jye 



Lucretia, 270 
Nellis. Effie, 263 

Eliza, 263 

James. 2bi 
Nelson, Hannah, 330 

John, 400 

Joseph, 330 

Mary, 400 

Nancy, 239 

Patty Ann, 139 
Nevill, Edmund K., 360 
Newbury, Abby S., 300 

Daniel, 300 
Newbold, George, 77 
NtTvcomb, cynthia M., 406 
Newhall, Lvdia H., lOJ 

Richard W., 103 
Newman. Caroline, 38a 
Newmier, Nellie, 286 
Newton, Charity, 400 

Mary, 392 
Nichol, Carrie J., 316 

Edward, 134 

Ella F., 134 

Hazel £., 316 

Ida C, 316 

Thomas, 316 
Nichols. Catharine L., tSo 

Joseph C, 382 

Lauretta, 38a 
Nirholsfm, Bessie, JOl 
Nk-ker=on, Clark A,, tt% 

Moflha, >i^ 

Nile., /„Mr M„ I9f 

Liiilirr il., r92 

Maiy, t92; (A.), ip* 

Samuel, |iy2 
Nlven, Annie, 230 

Caroline, 220 

De Witt, 220 

George, 220 

Katharfnc B., 330 

Kathein B., 220 

Mary F., 220 

Nancy, 220 
Noble, Anna D., 337 

Ellsworth H., 238 

George Z., 153, 237, ii» 

Mary L., 238 

Oliver E., 237 

Sabrina, 237 

Sarah, 158 

William. -nB 
Norris, Dorothy P.. tji 

Helen K., 276; (M,), §7$ 

John J., 27*1 
North, H^-len, 19] 

Marlon fV, 332 

Rebecca C., i9J 

Reuben, 193 
Northrup, Abigail, 383, jSf 

Amos, 382 

Anna, 93 

Benjamin. 382 

Betsey. 382 

Oarine, 374, 383 

Cornell, 383 

Daniel, 381 

Esther, 383 

Hannah, 383, 38J 

James. 382 

Jeremiah, 381 

Jesse, 38 2 

John, 381, 383 

Josrph, .181, 383 

Judah, 383 

Lorctta, 382 

Marr, 381 

Miriam. 381, ]8i, ]8} 

Moses, 383 

Patty, 382 



Sarali 



el. 381 

I, ]83 



f" 



Index 



43S 



Northrup, Wm., 381; (A.), 

383 

Zopbar, ]8i 
Norton, C. C, ISJ 

Dorolhy, 243 

Klitabcth, 199 

Francis, i8i 

Herbert L., 34a 

Hiram F., 344 

Ida, iss 

Julia K., 244 

>fartha A., 344 

Mary. 381; (S.), 344 

Mau<lc H., 343 

Met», 3^6 
NuRent, Catharine, 368 
Nutting, Iva J., 40S 



Oakes, Margaret, 163 
Oakle», , 37 

^'•1'J, 33.^ 

Henry, 333 

Tames, 333 

Mary, 96 

Nathaniel, 333, 333 

Ruth, 37 
Oatman, Mary A 



307 



Uatman, May 
OberleiifTcr, Emma L,, 367 
Oflell, San-I^, 336 
OfUn, (;ia<ly», 3i«t (0.), 
3rft 

Jl^fb.'tt (I, *)6 

Mify A,, mrt 

hKlriry U., t\6 

hiibDiiiiiili, Hi, f48 
OlciJll, Itlanca A, M, L., 
16% 

Charlc M., 365 

Cornelia A., 365 

George, 187, 36SJ (N.)i 
365 

Jane, 187, 365 

Maria, 36J 

Mary L. B., 365 

Zita, 265 
OMficM, John, 364 
Olin, Eliia A,, 345 
Ollweiler. Annie^ 347 
Oppir, rtebe, 166 
Ormohy, Mary L., 168 
Onandfin, Maria P., 139, 
143 

r«ula, 7J Jn 

O.born'r), Anna W., tf M 

llrnlnmin, 74 

DavM, 74 

Kbrtirrrr, 73, 74. 75 

Klizalirth, 3l3i (iD, 74 

Hannah, 73, 74, 7(| 
(H.), 305 

Tohn, 2\2\ (Q.), ata 

Joseph, 74, 7S 

Martha, 74, 75 

Mary H., 313 

Ozias, 74 

Samuel, 74 

Stella, ,174 

William, 374 
0«er, Mary, 334 

Mo«e<, 324 
OstranHer, Anna O., «6l 

Haltie M., 311 

Haiel, 311 

Ira W., 311 

Roy W., 311 
Ontrom, Anna E., jao 
Otiii, F.phraim, Itl 

Tames, m 

Sarah, tti 
Outhouse, Augustnt, 3*4 

Caroline, 3*4 
Owen, Ruth, 149 

Sarah, 59, 73 



Owens, Aaroti K., lit 
Bertha E., 375 
George H^ 375 
Halstiad F. L, a7g 
Leo S., 375 
Martha, 113 
Mercy E., 375 
Minnie, 151 
Temperance, 149 



Page, Alice, 176 

Paine, Alderman B., a6o 

Grace M., 360 

Jenny, 260 

V. A., 260 
Palmatier, Elmira. aa6 
Palmer, Adelia M., f47 

Alden, 247 

Almcda, 150 

Ann, 136 

Anna, 150 

Aryslia, IJO 

Daniel S., 347 

Effic, 150 

Elira, 373 

Elmer, 150 

Etta, 150 

Eugrne, 150 

Georgf, no, 37J 

G'lrd/m, 1 fio 

llM.fy ir. 347 

jdliii, ip.ii, nu; 

Mmi/.ilfl, l|0 

Mi.,n,ii. j4 

Miiry A., 193, 147 

Minerva, 150 

Nancy I)., 247; (L.), «4r 

T'lirbe, i^o 

Pollv, 182 

Rutn, 150 

Sel.ih, 150 
Pardee, Abigail, 385 

John, 3R5 

Martha, 38$ 

Sarah, ids 
Parent, Mary, 63 
Paris, Armenia A., a4« 

El ill a K.J 390 

Frank II., 340, 390 

Florence G., 390 

Floyd I-., 390 

JhiJ^rl F., 290 
mr«, 340 
yrlle I,., 390 

Nnncy, 340 

IVlrr I',, 240 

VVilli.mi v., 240 
Park, Chnrlutte, 348, 349, 
359 

Rebecca, 287 

Roger, 348, 149. 359 
Parker, Caroline E., 136 

George, 131, 3i8 

Tames, 41 

Margaretta, 131, 3l8 
Parkhurst, Amelia, 358 

Francis \V.. 258 

Grace F,., 358 

ITarry H., 258 

James W., 258 

Zelna A., 359 
Parmalee, Mary F., 330 

Samuel N., 320 

Parlelow, , 396 

Partridge, F'rancina, 103 

Thomas M., lOj 
Paschael, Mary, 383 
Patchen, George, ISS, •38; 
(H.), MS. «3» 

Hazel, 338 

Jessie, 338 

Jonathan, 398 

Laura, 338 



Minerva R., ISS 

Minnie, i;s 

Phcbe, 155 

Richard, 218 

Robert, 238 

Sarah, 398 

Uriah R., 155 
Patrick, Daniel, 340 
Paul, Frances W., 306 

Henrietta, 206 

Willets C, 306 

William K., 206 
Paulina, Sebastian, 34$ 
Pavne, Deborah, 301 

Mary, 384 

Mercy, 370, 384, 385 

Palmer, 301 

Walter, 301 

William, lor, 384, 385 
Peace, Rachel, 261 
Peacock, Celestia, 303, 3ta 

Ephraim, 303 

James 303 

John F., J03 

Lydia M., 303 

T. , 303 

Temperance, 303 
Pearce, Deborah, 30 

William, 30 
Pear<iall, Cora, 330 

Ellra, 2155 

Kiln, }f,i, 

)t^l•n, »,„ 

Jlilliril II., lin 

I.uiiali, 220 

filvinin, 220 

Martha, 48, 60 

Mary, 60 

Samuel C, 265 

Thoma.*, 35, 60, '3J05 
(I!.). 220 
Pease, Hannah M., SS9 
Peck. (Lira, 383 

Hannah, 383 

Martha, 38^ 

M.-ittie h., '251 

Moses, 383 
Peeke, David, 293 

George L., 393 

Tane, 293 

Marlon E. F., 393 

Ro'anna I'., 293 
PInnry, F.llrabeth, 30!, 30S 

Lyilifl, 297, 301 
V\\<\>rr\, Ilrlle, 2J4 
Pllchrr, Albert .Vf., mM 

Anllii, if,n 

Margarrt I)., 2«4 

MaiKiirrile. 266 

IMiihp W'., 266 

William M., 2«6 
Pitts, Charles M., 317 

Janet E., 317 

Mercy M., 317 

Susan A., 317 

William F., 317 
Place, Mehitabfe, tag 

Richard. 129 
Piatt. KliT'.abcth, 37 
Pond. Tlenjamin F., 190 

Caroline, 190 

Kdilh I... 191 

Franklin M., tot 

Helen W„ 191 

Henry O., 191 

James C, 190 

Lavinia, 191 

Pluma, 190 
Poole, Hannah, 171 
Pope, Joseph, 364 
Popoflr. Mary, 318 

Stephen, 318 
Porkess, Helen R, a\a 

William. Jia 



4d4 



The Fbost Genealoot 



faitf, Anni U, ijj 

ChiuncrT <i., »%» 

Kmmrt fi ijj 

Krnnrth I.., »JJ 

Milton I., »3J 
Portrr, AII'U, jpi 

Charlrg II , 29J 

Chtrlolf*, J9J 

Mora, «9 

Wm,. «9; (O.), •« 
Po«t, Jinr, 6j 
Pottrr, Hina, 214 

Rlira)>rih, Jo> 
Po*»ll. Amy, ;o 

Afifi», 49. tl4, Iff 

Aniin,* ]to 

<h<.fl<-. (j., i9« 

Itani'l, Hi 

Dori/tlix I', «94 

K ', 1 1» 

Rffanor K, vH 

Kliial><rth, ii) 

Kthrlannah, 49 

Frrd )., 296 

Ffo.f, 49 

liinnah 6., «9«l (W.), 

Ilarriri \.., jp6 
Jolin, 114 
Kalhrrine, 4f 
I-Tflia. IIS 
Martha. j« 
Marx. 4'). 9^ 
Mr>»*'«, ,f 
Nanry, 41 

N»lll»Tllr|, 4$ 

OlK'liah, 49 

I'ali'-ncf, 49 

klio'ta, 40 

Sarah. 49, Cj; (J,), jo« 

Williarn. 4%, j6 

Zilph*. i«6, nr 
Prall. A'1»I»'. 407 
Prr.Uy. Illram H, «44 

M..r ; , .44; <M,>, 144 
Pf«l ..1, Mkti^Krrl T„ (•» 

Ullluin <; , i«i 
Prlir, AlUrl. a;; 

Kleanor, 177 

Knifrnr S., 277 

I.illian, J77 

Marion L., tjj 

Mary F,, IJ4- '19 

ThomiMion, 114, *I9 
Prirr — Prior — Vrytr, 

Kliral>'-lh. 21, )|, j}, IJf, 

^ ^4»._ IM 

M*Miiah, 22, 62, }4«i HI, 

Hrotirtta, ijf, «i4 

Ilrnrjr, 21J 

Jamea, 125. IJ7» <M.), 

John. I). 14. *», «}. IS, 

. i»5. ^^'^ i%» 

John A., ••! 

Martha. IJ7 

Marr, #2, 2|. 141, %lt 

Mailhrw, 6, 7, II, §$, If, 

'4. IJ, Ml, J4* 
Olivr, 211 
I'hrf,* WT, ft), aij 
I'hilrmoti H., IJSi »•# 

Sarah F., 12), au; (J.), 
«»J 

Throdoal*. iff 
Primmer. Krbecet, »ff 
Prince. Abel C. 4«< 

Fred<Tkk, 40* 

ia«S(IU, 40| 

MHlaM C, 4«< 



Probawo. Abram, 61, 1*7 

Aurlrnljr. 127 

Vrrrinyr, f,l, l»7 

I<)aKh, 127 

John. f27 

Marr, 127 

Kynirr, 127 

Sarah. 127 

'Ihomaa. 127 

Yanltjc, 127 
Prnvan. Klizahtth, 40J, 4*4 

Ilrnry. 40^ 

farnr*. 401 

\lory, 4"4 

MImiiI', 4«4 

Wol(<-r, 4'I4 
|'rov< ii'lK-rr Marf* R,, f4l 
I'llyalry, Drfiorah, Iff 
I'lilkil, Davlil /., I If 

Kllra. 7II 

M/irle. 115 

.N'ancy. ri5 
Piillr. ('athrrlne, l^| 

Maria, 2M 
Piir'ly, Ctoiiiiita, I4f 

Coriirlla, 1 jN 

Oanlrl. 144 

Kliratirth. ij8 

I'rancru, 390 

llfrherl, ij« 

Mary, 138, 399 

Milhcfnt. 74, 8j 

Phrbr, 348 

Trior, Ij8 

Kally, J74 

Hainijrl, 349 

Hilvaniit, til 

Wllhur, 13* 
Vutnrf, llafiiiah, I7f 
I'yne, Annr, 32I 



Qiirrraii, Anna, lai 
Mln.. V;, lit 

t'M>»\,.iU, 122 
Qiil'l.. Maiy A., 17! 

Ki'MilKk Tl , 17! 
Qiilnil,*, Anna, 117 

Davld^, 117 

Kliia, 117 

R. 

Ramolrll. nrnjamin, }jtf 
Ramnry, Tllanche B., §tj 

KUIe, 3R7 

r.mrrr K,, 287 

I'rnnV II., 287 

r.fo.- I.. 287 

J«IM'«, 287 
l/.irM... I)., iMf 

Muiia, )2f 

Mary. jHj 

Maiidr M., 287 

\Villi.im. 78;; (D.), ••* 
Rankin, KIlMhrth C, flit 
*" 7. Ahlgnlf. - 
'.norh, 38 « 

. homaa, jl ^ 
KayiNOM.I, -^™., 194, |«y 



Rar. Ahlgnlf. j8s 

F.norh, 384 

Thom«4, jM 
:«yiNo„.|, .-^™., 

AiiuHiiiiia. 1)1 

Julia >',., ijt 

Mary, 178 
Rea, Kichari), 4s 
Read. Arthur J., 

Dorothy, 117 

OforKc R., (17 

Helen C, J17 

Louiaa C, fli7 

Newbury P., J17 

Phoebe, (49 

Rowland, »if 

Harth P.. iiy 
R«<i4lock«, Hctiry, f , f 



Redfield, Jamea, )9fl 

Sarah, 392 
Redmond, Abii(all, IJ4 
Ann, IJJ 
Annie, 134 

Char|p« 1',, 6j, ijj, ijf 
Cornelia, 133 
Georgiana. 13J 
Hannah, 67, IJJ, IJ4 
Mahella, 133 
Jamea M,, 67, ijj 
lohnC.,67. lJ4i(P.),*7 
lyliila, 67. 134 
Maria, «j 

Mary A , ijj) (C), f}|, 
, i,Hi <K,), 131 
MatKarrt. 134) (R,), ||4 
Moiton, IJJ 
I'hillp, 13a 
Hani.irl |7„ IJJ I (0,), 

M4 
William F., fj4 
Rer,l, Alfre>l K„ tit 
K.lllh, 1,7 
Mnrlrtra, lA] 
Mary K,, 137 
Mlihncl, i6j 
Sylvnnua, 381 
Reevra, Anna F.., *M 
iKshel S., 266 
Nathaniel II., iM 
Samanlhi M., loj 
Rem«rn, Adraentle, 4| 
Annrtje, 4f|, 48 
llarmunua, 4S 
John. 4;. 48 
Renaiid, l^miUnt J,, 1I9 
Reqiia, riei|li« J,, fl|| 
(aiilnln, 143 
llarrirt A., US 
llnrry C m; (M.), tf| 
Inmea W,, 25J 
Mary I',, 2S!I 
Bntnifl f,, Hi 
^WUI»rd I'., 2||| 
Re»li>irii, Dom T.,, Ml 

i;'o,«e M,. 24II 
[r^ne F„, 24* 
Merle, «48 
Reynol.ln, Ann, ilj| (M,), 
"7 
Andrew, ji; (J,), fl94 
I atherine, 294 
Oiarlra .S,, 294 
fh»'«t<-r J,, 294 

KllMl«-lh, J( 

F.4lhfr. 1271 (W,), <94 
C'rtnide 294 
llannrotd, 17! 
jl.nnnh, 11, 141 
llota/e C, (94 
IiiKiiia, 32 
I-otlcwood, 17! 
Mary, 127; (A.), l8j| 

(F.). 178: (V.), 171 
Melinda, 281 



»** 



Rebrrra, tj 
Irbard C, iSjt (M.), 



Rl 



I "I 

fll.lHi.diion, JI, Iff 
Jiifiia, 1*7 
Inlh W., (94 
Samuel F,, il| 
.Sarah, 291 
Rhoda, riart R., (99 
Fllrabeth, (9« 
Kllen. 29* 
Floyd L,, f9j 
Prank L., (9* 
Franklin, 29* 
Frederick, 299 
iohn W„ (9fl 
t»l. W.. 99* 
Mabel, 991 



Index 



4S5 



Rhoda, Paul E., tgi 

ghodm, M«rlcU«, l6s 
ice, Annie (>., i84 
Arvillii, 358 
KllzjilKth, lit 
Klliel, 319 
Maria (i. 186 
Myrtle II., 30a 
Thomai W., |8< 
Richard*. Charlei M., §$f 
Clayton, 357 
K. Amelia, ifT 
(;eof((e l„, aifl 

I.yliH, ii4 
Howluriil, IJ4 
RIcliard.on, Ablflll, IM 
DavM «., 117 
Uniry T,, 317 



Marr, af 

Stella, 317 



Richmond, Alilffilt, J)e 

Alrxdnrter, 101 

Anin7luh, jio 

Kintna, 161 

Joahiia, itSi 
Rlckerl, Gertrude. 171 
Ricketta, Kachet /., tT* 
Rider, General, 167 
RiKgs, Horace M., jjg 

Afargaret, jjj 
Ringer, Annie F,, 111 
RnlXina, AMialt, 69 

Klla, t,4 

I'MUrut, 314 

Kolirraon, Margaret, jpf 
RnhertHon, Ann*, fij 
Cnlherlne A,, 3)«, fif 
( hnrlo, 380 
Charley, «,ii 
Katella, 383 
Kva, 3J3 

(ier.rue W., fj«, »9t 
llntry, $ft 

Jailir* H., 311 

l.vdlK, jHot (A.). f|( 

Miiry K,, 3JJ, aUt, jl^ 

Kurali I,., 3]3, alf 

'liioinaa, aja 
Rohina, Annia, 166 

lohn, 8 

Newton A., 166 
Rohinvin, Ahlftall, iM 

Jleverly, 371 

Eva, 40J 

I'rnnk 11., JI4 

Mnty, 195, 199 

MIIU ll„ uri 

Hnmli l„, ti4 
Koibwell, I'laiicl*, 149 

(lilmore, 149 

IMuhe, lAQ ijs 

wood, F.lieneur, 404 



Rock 
Ma ., . 

Rodman, Klirnheth, 6, 
Mar) . ■ 

Thomna U., *l6 



Mary, 404 

>dman, Klirnheth, 8J 

Mary A,, _3i«) {W,}, ••• 



Ihomna M;, *I0 
Roe, Anim M,, Ijt 

I'lin-lliie, all 

Glll>eit, M 

Mary, f,f, 

Nathaniel, 0( 

William, 1.13 
Rogem, Annabetla, 40] 

Carlola I., 331 

(liarlotte E., ttfl 

David n., lit 

Feliza, >*| 

Henry, 17 

John, 33J, 4ej 

Kerint, ffj 

n«mu«l, tij 

Sarah, jejt (B.), itff 

BUpbcn, ••< 



Ronolda, F.llzaheth, jl4 
Koo.l, AhlRall S., J14 

Atta L., 314 

J/icknon, 314 
Korahiiik, Frank, ipe 

iMOudc 1., 190 

Ollve^ 190 
Ro«e, Klijah, 199 

Kli/al.cth, 3M 

Kmily, I99J (E.), Ml 

Henrietta, atl 

Ira M., 161 

Mory, tfii 

Kelieira, 199 

M-... Kdw, H., iftf 
Mien, lit, 
illra A., 97 
lly»tl I)., is4 



Minnie H,, 388 



Sarah, 156 

'lerena, ijg 

William, ig| 
KoioiiiiMM, Murifaret O., JIf 
Roiiiilree, KHz. F., ita 

I«;iliel M., i8« 

Julia M.. 183 

M.'ilne M., 183 

VVm. I'., 183; (M.), lit 
Roiin, F.dward, 17 
Rouse, Marie, im 
Kownn, Margaret lI,, |»o 
Howrl, ( „roTlne, 37J 
,. J"lin. .17J 
Kowliiiid, llenrf, J9i 

Mary, 393 

Kilieka, 303 
Riidoi|,iMi., Ana M, P„ Mi 

Anna, 33a 

F.nri'itieta, J3« 

l.oiiia, 333 

Sofia, 333 

Kuu'-r, Jriiie, 331 
iilund, John, (8 
i«iitif|iii«, lohn, II 

Uiliiiaey, [(ai hel, 191 

l(ol.ert, ,,yi 
Riiri'Lill, AhlKSil. ir» 

l.oiiifia, 331 

Snrrih, 373 

William, 373 
Rii«limore, Adelaide, 114 

KliMluth, 135 

laaiic, 18 

lane, <;,, tig 

Mary, jH, 137 

Snrah, 38 

Hl-^l.hen T,, «I4 

'lllOIIIB". lit 

Kiikaell, llnnnali R,, }f| 
Ryiler, Anilirote, 189 

Francea, 73 

Jemima, 138 
Rylle, Mary, 389, 390, ]9l 



flalilnc, Minnie, ifi 
Mckeii, Kllr.ilieth, 14» 

Snnniel, 349 
SalTord, Ann, jao 

llnrnrt, 313 

Caroline 304 

Carrie K., 3061 (M.), ]8| 

Carroll, jig 

Charlea II., 31], ji« 

Deliorah, jog 

Klizalicth, 306, 31J, |lf 

Ezra. 306 

Frank, 306, 3l| 

Orace W., jao 

llattie, 306 

Slarriette. jetf 
obn. J06, Jill (D.). jo4 



I^ Roy A., JJJ 
Sagiie, Harriet J., »67 

Helen N., 367 

Helena, 315 

Horace, 387 

lohn K., J67 

Kullierine N., jtfy 
8amin<in», Kmher, 160 
Sand Kachel, lyj 

Otnania, 43 

'Ihom,,,. ,7, 
Bao'la, Aniolnrlta, a|l 

lunar, a.ii 

J.-ne.. ,4' 

John, 13 

Sully Ann, 3J| 
Haiinirrri (de), JuliiM, 

Matthew, 3/13 
Saiigrain, Antoina P,. f4# 

Fiederirk, 348 

Marie K., 34H 

hooiilie (!,, 34I 
Savoiy, Jra, 134 

l.nvinia, 134 

Mary A 154 
naw'ly, l.liza, 130 
Sawyer, Cyrua M., |f4 

iohn, 190 
larRaret, 190 
Sarnn, ijf 

Sophia n., 

Saylr 



lavlcr, lleaale, 
Orin, jjt 
SiiMin, 373 



190 



Scatlrit, r.raee, tfe 

laiiiea, f,n 
Srh.K kiriiiari, Alvlna, all 
Sfhrnik, Saroh, 33 

Schojea, , 400 

Sfhryver, Kllrnlieth, la 
Srhiili, l.orin.la, ago 
Hcl.rn. Willi. m, 184 
Mtohrld, AM.y, }j| 

I'"", 14 

Ci'oiife, 3tg 

IL-roMl, 3,g 

Kaliirah, 94 

r.aura, 335 

Sarah, 395, 396 

rhereKa, 49 
Scott, , 4< 

Mosonnah, 46 

Sahra, loS 
Screrdrr, Chrlallna, af] 

Kos'-la, 3M 

William, (M 
Betlhiirr, NalTiatilel, 44 

Nniah A., 109 ' 

flciyver, Mnruuret, aej 
Scihhlrr Atala T,, ai| 

rornelia aij 

F.dna H.. 31a 

Kliiahelh. 315, aSoj (H.), 
nj 

Hnlnlead, 381) 

Horel r., 380 

Henry, iig) (J,), (|«| 

M .), 313 

f.oiln K., 3i| 

l.oul.n H. 113 

Margaret M., aia 

Mary I)., 31 g 

Fhilemon M^ iig, f7p 

Saidie E.j, 380 

Sarah 6.. ai|, am 

(M.), tig 

Towniend, aig, al« 

Seaman, Oavld, 46 

Ellraheth, 100 

Hannah, ia6 

John {?„ «i 



436 



The Fboht Genealooy 



Scamtn, fhcbc, }l 

krlxcct, 61 

Sarib, $8 

'l>mp«T»nce, 46 
Scaring, Suian E., f7f 



Scarlet, Ilann«b, }«4 

Olive, 190 
Searljr, Jonatbaa, S$ 

S»cor. htlber, 7I 
Kate, t44 
Simeon, 71 
Srcord, Amr, 400 
Elizabeth, 400 
Fredrrick, 400 
Hannah, 400 
Marr, JO?. 400 
Sarah, 404 
Tlioma*. 400 
Willum, J99. 4A0 
Seelev, Amenia, |6« 
Segrl)>.irth, Henrietta, tif 
ShadUjIdt, Almira, lai 
Anna, 58. 94, tai 
Dariui, $8, 94, lit, tM 
John. 94, 13a 
Martha, IJI 
Mary, 94. la* 
Mi'Ue, IJI 
8all)r. <<l 
Ramu»l, iJt 
harah, }*, lit 
Ib'dnn, 5«, lai 
Shaftrr, K'Ina C. (M 
|yjr»-lla, J«« 
William, 268 
Shark. Micbwl, 46 
Sbarlin, lUnnah, 40* 
Shar|.trM, Auirutta, IM 
Sh»rir«. Agnfn, J44 

Kolx-rt. 346 
Shavrr. Kti/abetb, jotf 

Martin, juO 
Shaw, liurt, J71 
Elizabeth, a/i 
ElU B., J16 
Esther B.. 316 
Francia W., a7l 
Hazel, an 
Helen. 271 
Howard. 371 
Jowph W.. 316 
Slabel. 271 
Sabra E., 371 
Sarah J., 268 
Suun A., 3J4 
Verne K., 271 
Sbearm;in. Rezalicll, JfO 

Frincilla. jjo 
Sheelrr. Su«anna, ja* 
Sbrl'Irm. Anna, 19a 
B. Th'rtnat, lai 
l(m)amin, 1 ao, IJI 
Eliza A., ia« 
Emily K., 121 
Harnett, 106 
Hmry. IJI 
Jarnen. 192 
lonathan. la* 
}'>«»ph, tai 
Kal'. ItA, IJI 
Marltia, Ifl 
Mary P., 120, !•!( (I.), 

IJI 
Phebe K., I9f 
Ruth P., Iff 
Sarah. 121; (A.), lao 
Tbomaa, ixi 
Sberman. Caroline, 187, s£4 
Eliza, 229 
Elizabelh, 88, aj* 
Howland R.. *Ci 
labet. ,$j 
Maria, aif 



Mary, J67 

Samuef, 17 
Sherrill, Anna, Jatf 

Henry, 226 
Shewman, C , Iff 

Catherine, 151, 404 

Franklin D., I$a 

John. 151 

Lana, isi 
Sherwood, Eliza, 401; (L.)t 
401 



MIritim, 284 
Slack, .Mary, 247 
Sleeper, lllanche 0., J87 

Lorena, 287 
Slight, I'aiillne, 118 
Sloan, Arlrmcsia F.. a7| 
Slocum, Joel li,, 21% 
Smallev, lamea, ISJ 

Sarah .M., 152 



Joseph, 121 



Susannah, ita 
Smith, Aliifiail, 106, 



107* 



.osephinc, 121 
Kate, 121 
Marietta, 164 
Mary, ,78; (W.), 401 

fhipman, OcorKJafia, *IJ 
hlp|>en, SiKannili, }6e 
Shove, Amy, lao 
Armle, ti? 

Renjaniin, S7. IIP* tM 
Hurtis. 120 
Cornelia, 120 
Eugene, 130 
Frank. 120 
GeralJine, lao 
Helen, 120 
leremiali, 1 19 
Mary, 119 
Sarrniet, 120 
7il«"n, 119 
Willon, 120 
Sbowrimiin, Aaron ]{., lOf 
AljiKail, 109 
H>-iiiy. 100; (T,), 109 
Shullz. Alice, 30] 
Elmer. 20J 
Emmet. 20J 

<;r..rKe, 20.1; (A.), MJ 
GrifTin. 203 
Jeretniali. ^03 
Jerry. 203 
I»r«-nzo, 20J 
.Maria, J03 
Mary, 203 
Shutm, Ann H., 134 
Sibley, Elva, 318 
Hannah. 30 

Siderguist. , 401 

Sill, lienjamin, 368 
Lcvinia, 368 
ITicbe. 367, 368 
Uriah, 168 
Simkin!!, I'hebe, 34 
Simmerman, Elizabeth, **» 
Simonwn, Cornelia, tao, 
216 
Leonard, 126 
Mary,, I2< 
Sarah, 12$ 
Town«rnd W., 125 
William, 125; Ml.), latf 
Simpkini. I);iniel. 346 
ElirJihfth, 346, 353, 380 
Eirkirl, 346 
lubel, 34J 
Mary. 146. 3ja, 384 
Nichola*. 34S, 346, Jfa, 

380 
I'tlflie, if,, 346 

Rarah, 1^4 
Simiicm, I'.liralirlh, ]o4 



381. 383 
Agnes, 109; (N.), i6St 

245 
Alfred C. 316 
Alida, 393 
Amelia, 133 
Amon, jHj 
Amy, 107 

Ann, 4uu; (E.), J79 
Anna, 107, 197, 3871 

<S.), 308 
Annia, 166; (L.), 16] 
Aueusta F., 165 
narliara, 400 

Calvin A., 341, 34a, apa 
Cath;irine, 114, 180 
Charity, 400 
( harl<«, 123 
(Inirlotre l„, 316 
Clarence E„ 344) (R,), 

229 
Corri>'lia, t6i 

Daniel, 107 

iJavid, 107. 401 

De U'lit v., 244 

Edith C. 216 

Edwin T., 228 

F^dward I'., 405 

Kliaa f ,, 165, 244 

Eli7a, 304; (A.), 400 

Eli7.il)rth, 79, 394, ««, 
yii, 400. 40JI (J-), 

Ellon, 244 
Etta. 89 
Fannie, 279 
Florence, 226, 405 
Floyd R., 242, 39a 
Frances, 229 
Francis, 165 
Gertie A., 244 
Grace, 197; (T.), i29 
Hannah, 383 
Harris, tor 
Harry, 226 
Helen M.. 316 
He«ler, 37 
Isaac. 33, 63, 

376; rK.). 344; 

i6j 

jsadore, 200 
li.ii.ili, 400 
Jacob. 43, 27P 
James »,. 405; (W,), t94 
Jane. 293 
Jemima, jj, 63 



SlniK/n. William, 6," 7, 
Silrer. Andrew. 3|] 

Jennie \)., 253 

Priscilla, 353 
Skiff. Lottie. 237 
Skillan. Florcnct, aij 

Henry T.. aij 

Paul C. C, 213 

S. Amelia, aij 

Sarah Z., tit 

Bim«oii D., *i] 
Skinner, Elifabttb, «« 



1% 



(T,), 



Jennie C.,"344 



80 

irilianna, 381 
"liM, 3?t, J«l, Ml 
ou-phliir P., tit 
oaliiia, 4ao 
osiali, 381 
ulia A., 244; <E,), 144 
ulictte, 227, 338 
Cate, 90 

Kathleen E., ai6 
Lewis, 197 
Lillie B., 326 
Loretta, 197 
Louisa, aal 
I.«ultc M„ iM, J4f 
Lfdi. C;, I7J 



Indrx 



487 



Smitli, Lymin D., i6f, §44 
Mtrgarel, jg, tojl (M.), 
»4» 

Marguerite A., *91 

Marli, iji 

Marietta, 165 

Martha, 70 

Martin, 107 

Mary A., 70, 1411 (J.). 

J44; (S.), 444 
Meliitable, 148 
Miriam, 381 
Moses, J7 
Muriel M., *0J 
OM-nr, ton; (B.)i (16 
r»tlrnec, 107 
I'dflir, ,13, (5 J, lOT, 197 
fhllrinfiii II., *iS 
I'hilena C, iltf 
Philip, 70 
Phylli«, ji6 
Rachel, Ji6 
Rebecca, 387 
Rhnria, to6, 107, 404 
Roticrt, 197 
R'me E., 294 
Rufu^, 107 

BHfniH-l, y,l, 400! (P,), 
_ If'}. >4* 
Aamh, ,43, fiH, j%, §tj, 

4'M, Ml J f A,), If} 

S'j|ili)« A., iftj, «4f 

Sleh|ifn, 106, 107 

Tliomin, 33, 6j, i4l 
Snr'lrkrr, Adelaide )., 4«4 

John, 404 
8no(l(!rn»<. Nfartha M,, «9t 
SnydT, fohn, 39ft 
Somarindyck, Abiflll, 6f 

Anna, jjo 

Ilyler, aj« 

John \V',, 310 

Kfhecca, 3 30 
Sommrr, Gertrude, (tft 

Sophia, 361 

William J., 26t 
Seta, Alberto, 139 

Christina, 139 

Elvira, 139 

Emilio, 139 

Flora, 139 

Laura, 139 

Mcrceden, 139 

Samuel, 139 

Sarah, 139 

Victor I)., 139 
Soule, Avli, 366 

Content, .1^16 

George, 3156 

Nathan, }fi6 

Sarah, ififi 
Southard. Deborah, ij 

Richard, 37 
flouthwicU, Cornelli, «M 
Spaldlnif. Amy, 196 

John, 106 

Tamar K., 196 
Spflflu, Trances, ito 

Ie..e W„ 339 

Jo^'phlne, «39 
Spfiirrr, l.aura, tft 

Mary, 131 
Spicer, Pliehe, 137 
Spraff, Edward, )s* 
Spraffue, Leander I., It 

Sally Ann, 81 
Springer, Hannah, 19, )e 

Jamet, 49 

Keb«cc«, jij 

Ro»e, 39. 30, I rr 

Sproat, Aahabel, J14 

Carri« E,, J14 

Claude P., J14 
tprr, AnnU, «f4 



nelle, 3J4 

Kmn.a, 314 

Eva, 354 

Harry ll., 3J4 

Helen R., aS4 

lohn n., 354; (L.), tS4 

Mary E., 3S4 

Samuel O., 354 

Sanford K., as4 
Spurge, Emma, 400 
Squires, Jacob H., 190 

iennic L., 390 
lary, 390 
Stafford, Klla, »6$ 

EUettc, 365 

Ci-nrnr K., ««9! (W.), 
368 

Gertrude P., 369, »9$ 

Helen I., 369 

Isadore C, 194, a68 

Jane, 268 

Joseph A^ 368 

Lothrop P., 365 
Stahlman, Margaret, )I9 
Staring, .Mary L., aoi 
Steam*, Charlef, all 

Mary, 311 

Sinnn, 311 
Strphrn». Deborah, ttf 

Kll/nl.'ih. i(,n 

Cm her, i«i 

I'll Hip, 2f,i 
Sterling, Kiith, 17O 
Steuf, I'rancea, 331 
Stevenit, Charlei, IJI, til 

Daniel, 228 

Jessie, 338 

Mary, 238; (A.), JOy 

Phrbe J.. 131, 318 

Sii'..innah, 3«6 
Stevrnson, Atina, 347 

^.bn, 3,3 

Nancy, 333 

S.-irab, 393 
Stewart, Ella L., ajS 

Emeiine. 318 

John W., 338 

Laura, 338 

William H., 338 
Stickling, John, 389, 390 
Stigleman, Ella, 387 
Stires, Mabel. 387 
Still, Alice. 347 
347 



i;}": 



./illiam, 347 
Stilwell, Bernice, J70 

Fred II. 370 

George W., 370 

Homer, 370 

Martha, 370 
St. John, Abigail, 397 

Daniel, 397 
Sfobbs, ,*''xander V,, lyi 

Don.ilil A., 371 

Mary S., 371 

William M., «7i 
BforWrr, Lucy, J99 

Tliornns, 109 
«lodd».d, Mary, 6? 

Mohrrt, f>7 

HarKh, A7 
Stoket, Rachel, ty 

Thomas, 37 
Stone, Alexander, «<J 

Anna, 363 

Mary M., 3S4 

Walter, 363 

William. 3^4 
Stougbtenburgh, Dtvid. JJ 

Harriet, jj 

Jaeob, JJ 

Jtmea, jj 

lennle, j{|« 

J«MRph, JJ 



.149. J59. 379 
. J49, J78 



Lulce, 33 

Margaret, jj 

Mary, 33 

Pamelia, 33 

Samuel, 33 

Sarah, 33, ijii (T.). }} 

Susan, 33 

Wright, i3 
Stout, Atoinctte F., 167 

George H., 167 
Stowers, Deborah, j$y 

Nicholas, 357 

Walter, 357 
Strang. Charlotte, J4B, J49( 
,159 

Clorlnda, 149 

Dnnirl, 348, , 

Eli?.ibetli, 39 

Esther, 379 

Francis, 39, 348, 349. jrl 

Henry, 349 

Hester A., 85! (H.), 84. 
85 

Ira, 336 

Jemima, 349 

John, 144 

Josej.h, 34. 349 

Lieut., 98 

Liislan, 349 

Mary, 3,iri; (A.), $49, 
y^H. <V), 349 

Mnlthew, 348 

Peter, 348 

Pbrhe. 318 

Samuel, 84 
Straii«s. Kmma M., 160 

Thomas C 160 
Stringliam, Abigail, :m 

Ailin C. 130 

Alhert M., lao 

Alonro 11.. 130 

Amanda N., 130 

Ann E., 304 

Anne, 117 

Anna, 57 119; (H.), «i6, 

Bert, 130 

Charles, 119, i3o; (A.), 
120; (C). 303; (T.), 

203 

Oara, i3o; (M.), i»o 
Cora A., T30 
Danirl, 57, 117, 110 
David. 57. "8; (H.), 

I 16. 203 

Deborah, 119 

Dorcas, 57. 118 

Earl M., 304 

Edward B., 117 

Eleanor, 304; (B.), 97 

Elinor, 119 

Eliza. 97, 119, 110 

Elizabeth, 117 

Emma, 304 

Ernest J., 304 

Eugene, 119. i04I (D.J, 

»<7 
Prnnklln B., fio 
George, 1 19. 1*0 
r.cflru.le, 304 
Hannah, 97, 116 
Harry, 30i 
Helen, i30 
Henry, 118, lao; (D.), 

304 
Ida, 118 
Irene L., 304 
Irring J., 304 
laaac, S7. >>8, IM, MJi 

(W.), ue 
jKob, jr, 97. f ;« . , 
Jimei A., iiyi (C), III. 

•04 
Jtmlma, iiy 



488 



The Fbokt GENEAU>aT 



Strioghaa. John, iiS, 119, Tabor, Ann, 14 j 



ijo. io4; (T.), 117 
Totiali. lie 
Julu, (19, i>o 
Katurah, 1 18 
Kitty, JC4 
Leroj, 204 
Lc»ij C, loi 
Loic, 117 
Locinda, 203 
Lrdia. 57, 118 
Marian, 304 
ii*rj. j7, 116. 117, I20t 

203: (E-), 118, «04; 

<V.), :»; (H.), joj 

McTCT. 120 

Mrrtle, lao 
Nancy. 120 
Naomi, 116 
NcUic. to2 
Norman D., 204 
N orris B., 204 
Owrti. 57 
Patience, 57 
PftcT, 120 
Phebe. 57. lai 
Ralph, 204 
Rarroond. 204 
Sada. 120 

Sarah, 57, 117, 119; 
(C). 120. 202; <J), 116 
Stephen, i»o 
Susan A-, 117 
Thomas, S7, 116. ill, 

203; (C). 57. iri 
A\ alter, 119 
W ilirt. I20 
William, 119 
\\ ill.s I.. 204 
Winnefred, 204 
Strong. Experience, 394 

Mary E-, 198 
Strowbridge. .Norm, stt 
Stuart, trrn E., 401 
Stur(tr», Eunice, »4j 
Sanpen, John, 336 
Sotton, Abigail, 98 
Abram, 196 
Efther, 98. 196 
Jane U, 196 
John P.. 98 
Sarah, 57 
Winfr^, 98 
Zerviah, 48, 49 
Swarlwo-jt. Celestia, ft 
Cornelia, 91 
Frow Z., 91 
Hannah, 91 
Huldah, 91 
Jacbu^. 91, J25 
Jane, 91 
John, 91 
Major, 107 
Phebe, 91 
Samuel, 91 
William. 91 
Sweet. Ahiah, 6j 
Catharine. 63 
Elnathan. 63 
Swrars. Adella M., Jtl 
Flora B., 311 
Walter A., 311 
Sjrke*. Sylvie Ana, at4 



Taber, Anna I_, >)o 
Elira. 119 
Harriet. 188 
Louiw F.. aj9 
Mae, a3o 
Sbemian, <jo 
WiHiao, ««9; (H.), Jtf. 



Philip, 345 
Tallman, I'hebe, 38 

Samuel, 38 
Tanner, Abigail, 109 

Watie, 192 
Taylor. Abigail. 6 
David T., 248 
Dora L., 248 
Elirabeih, 95 
George L., 248 
Grace M., 348 
John, 6 

J. William, 248 
Joteph W., 248 
Mary, 6 
Susanna, 83 
Teal. Elira. 89 
Teed. Sarah A., 162 
Teft, Augustine, 306 
Bert .\., 320 
Carrie St.. 320 
Mildred, 320 

Telham. . 350 

Terbosh. Andrew, 335 

Sarah. 335 
Terry, Emmerline, 146 

Thomas. 5. 364 
Terwilligcr. Rosella, »SJ 
Teunis'on, Annie B., 2^; 
(I), 290 
Charles E., 290 
Edna H., 290 
lohn N., 290 
Vary E. G., 290 
Nellie M., 290 
Tewksbury. Harriet E., IIO 
Thatcher Samuel, 341 
Thayer. I^retta, 268 

Mary D., 215 
Theall, Abigail, 60 
Thebaud. Edward T., aSo; 
(V.). 2i|, 280 
Elir-ibcth II., 215, 280 
Emma, 280 
Leo H., 280 
Thickston. \Vm., }$$ 
Thomas. George, 105. 190 
Harriet I-, 190 



John. 367 
ludith. 340 
Nlary. 190; 



(A.), tos 

Phebe, 367 

Rol)ert. 340 
Thompson. Adele, 407 

Annie L., 406 

Coralyn P., 40$, 406 

Erra, 330 

Gordon P., 237 

Harry A., 237 

Helen M., 237 

Jerome. 405 

John F., 405, 406 

Kate L-. 407 

Lillian M., 406 

Mabel, 407 

Marjorie, 407 

Maude A., 237 

Merle D., 406 

Norma, 406 

Norman J., 40$, 406 

Rebecca. 330 

Ruth, 407 

5>arab M., 40S 

Tyler. 408 
Tborn(e). AbiniU <$ 

Ann, 118; (E.), iji, «l8 

Anne, 6$ 

Anna, 47 

Charlea. 37, 6$, IJI, aiS 

Paniel,_29, J7, 63 ' 
. *56 



Ellen M., 131, JiS 
Ethelanah, 29 
Frances M., 132 
Frost, 65, 131, 132, *tt, 

281 
George R., 131, 218 
Georgiana, 256 
Hallet, 65, 131, 218 
Hannah. 46, 65, 95 
Harriet, 94 
Isaac, 1 1, 46, 47 
Jacob, 28, 29, 94 
James, 28, 29; (F.), 131, 

218, 221, 281 
John. 95 
Joseph, 28, 38 
Julius C, 131, 3iB 
Leonard, 65; (C), 131, 

218 
Lydia C, 131, 218 
Marcellite, 131 
Margaretta, 131, 218 
Maria, 131, 318 
Martha, 94, 131, ^18; 

<J.), 28 
Marv, 37, 6s, 94, 131, 

218 
Melancthon, 28, 29 
Penelope, 37 
Phebe, 28. 29, 30, 380; 

(J). 131. ai8 
Phiany, 65 
Sarah. 6s. 131, ai8 
Stephen, 37, 65; (Frost). 

6S 
Susan \V.. 131. aai, tSl 
Theodore A., 256 
Thomas, 28, 29, 37, 43, 

380 
Wm., 29. 6s: (F.), 131, 
218 
Thorneycraff. Ann, 61; 
(M). 127 
Caleb. 61 
Charles, )t, jta 
Darius, 61 
Elizabeth. 61, 322 
Esther, 68. 126, 127 
Freelove, 61, 127 
Hannah, 126 
Isaac D., 127 
lames, 61, 126 
'femima, 61 
Joseph, 61 
Judith. 6R. 126 
Martha, 61 
Mary, 35, 61, 127 
Oliver, f2« 

Phebe. 32, 61, 127, tat 
Rachel, 127 
Robert, 61 
Rosannah, 32, 322 
Simon, 126 
Temperance, 126 
Thomas, 61 
Wrieht, 61, 68, 126 
Thornton. Earl T., 271 

Florence C 271 
Thorp, Hannah. 391 
John. 391 
Thomas. 17 
Thurlow. Emma, 201 

Lafayette, 201 
TIbbets. Anne E., 279 



Ti^e, Ann. 324 



Elbert T 



<». *t 



324 
Tagob. 324 
TiKea, Got., 167 
Tillear — 1 iiiey — Tiller— L« 
Tinier. 
Abigail, 129 
Christina, j8a 
Pantel, 129 
Pafid, t$, HI, $U 



Index 



439 



Til' Mr, Etc. — Cont'd. 

YAviin, 129; (F.), 1*9 

Eli>ibelh, IJ9 

Jacob, 129 

Jan, 380 

Mary, 352, 380 

Mchitable, 129 

Phfbc, 28. 352, 380 

Samuel. 8, 346, 35a, ito 

Sarah K.. 129 
Tillolt, Oelia, 167 

Jo«phu«, 149 

Kachcl, 149 

Ruth, 149 
Tilton, Joh.i, 352 

Mary 
Tinker, 
Titus, Abigail, 69 

".). a7» 

Anne, 21 1 



370, 385 
368, 370, 



■ j55^ . 
Cora J., J75 
il, 6- 
Ann, 400; (S. 
Anne, 21 1 
Charles F., 69 
Kdward, 353 
Eliz.-ibcth, 69, 353 
Esther, 68. 126 
Hannah. 69, 136 
Isaac, 68 
Jacob, 68, 69 
Jane, 63 
Jonathan, 400 
>IarKaret. 70 
Martha. 68, 70. 353 
'...^ry F., 69 
Richard, 160 
Robert, 69 _, . - 

Samuel, 69, 353; («•)••» 
Sarah, 38 126 
Stephen \V., ia6 
Timothy, 70 
Tobias, Clarence E., 178 
Edna V., 278 
Eli. 278 
Ruth F., 278 
Sarah, 278 
Todd, Caleb, 386 
Christopher, 386 
Daniel, 386 
Elbert, 256 
Geor(?e. 239 
Hannah. 386 
Heickiah, 386 
Laura, 99 
Lucy. 386 
Lyriia. 386 
Mary. 386 
Rhnda A., 256 
Tomlinson, Henry, 387 

Loui-ia. 387 
Tompkin«, Deborah, 40 
Hannah, 373 
lohn. 373 
Lavinia. 149 
Lydia, 205 
Mary, 373 
Milly B., 373 
Nelson, 373 
Phebe, 205 
Philetus, 373 
Rachel, 373 
Sarah, 373 
William. 205 
Tooker, \Vm. ..., J 
Tolten, Esther, 98 
'oseph, 98 
Lydia, 100 
Mary, 98 
Tower, nenjitnin, J19 

Elsey, 219 
Towner. Amy, 370 
Benjamin, 370 
Deborah, 370 
Hannah. 370, 371 

iohn, 367, 370 
Ury, uo, i-rn,. i7l, iJi 
Potir, i4«, |6I, 17 < 



Rebecca, 370 
Richard, 369, 
Samuel, 340 

37<. 373 
Sarah, 340, 370, 371, 373i 

385 
Thankful, 370 
Townscnd, Absalom, 13 
Albert, 147, 228 
Almira, 147 
Ann A., 221; (E.), 131, 

218 
Anna, 220, 228; (A.), 284 
Anne, 27 

Benjamin, 31, 38, 64 
Betty. 31 
Caroline H., 228 
Charles, 64, 147, 228 
Charlotte, 280; (U), US 
David Frost, 147. ^'8 
Deborah, 220, 375 
Edwin. 128 
Elizabeth. 27. 38. 66. 69, 

152, 365; (K). "i 
Emily, 147: (D.), 128 
Epenetus, 27 
Ethclanah, 125 
Eugene, 228 
Fannie, 279 
Frank, 228 
Freelove, 66, 114 
Frost. 38, 64 
(jcorge, 35, 38; 
.'79: (I*). ''° 
Hannah, 27, 68 
Henry, 9, 27, 342 
Hester. 27 
Hewlett, 12s 
lacob, i8, 64, 147. a» 
66, 146, I47i 



(H.). 



37$ 



228 



218 
(A.), 
228 

9; (E.), aaS 
64 



"47 



James. 38, 61 
148; (C), 
Jane A., 228 
Jean, 279 
lerusha, 64 
Jessie, 2%8 
John. 14, 27 
Joshua, 27 
Juliette. 147. 
Lester, 228 
I.etilia. 64 
Lucius, 131, 
Lydia, 124: 
Martha. 3^. 
Mary, 64. 2 
>telarcthon, 
Merihah, 2: 
Micnjah, 27 
Nancy. 38 
Naomi. 147. '^7 
Nathaniil. 365 
Orrin, 147 

Penn, 15, 33 

Percv, 228 

Pheh'e. 38 

Priscilla .\., 146. >47i >48 

Robert, 13 

Rosanna. 37. 228 

tsarah, 64, 66, 133, J28; 
■..), 215, 279 

Stephen H., 279 

Susannah, 63 

Sylvanus, 63, 64 

Throdosia, 63 

Van H., 2j8 

William. 66; (C). 7. U 
Towse, Frances, 16 

Susannah, 26 
Towsley, Hannah, t6o 
Towt, .\nnie, 293 

Edward G., 293 

Marieon L., 203 



Traver-Travcra 
Abel, 91 
Albert E., 251 
Alvin M., 174 
Anna, 89, 174 
Barbara E., 17S 
Catharine, 17s; (A.)t 

250; (L), 175. ii* 
Charles, 203 
Charlotte, 175 
De Witt C, 17$ 
Edwin C, 251 
Edwin U., 175 
Egbert, 252 
EFizabeth, 174. I7S: (£•)• 

Ella F,, 2S0 
hmeline, 174. '76 
Emma, 172, 174, I75 
Everett J , 114. »50 
Frances M., I74 
Fred E., 252 
Garret, 175 
Gertrude, 17S 
Hannah, 175 
Helena, 175 
Hiram. 86 
Isaac IL, 89, 17*. 
Jacob, 17a. 175; 

Tames E., 17*. J5<» 
lennie. 174, 250 

lohn IL, 172, 174 
"katharine A., 171 
Kathleen, 252 

Lemuel E., 174, ajl 

Lcona, 252 

Lillian v., 251 

Lorada .\., I7S 

Louis, 175 

Mary. 86 

Melinda. 175 

Mary. 203; (E.), aS« 

Mattic I-, 251 

Meyers, 174 

.Minnie L., 252 

Nina, 250 

Peter II., 89, 174 

Phebe. <}' 

Priscilla. 172, 17$ 

Roy, 250 

Sarah, 252: (C). 13 

Simeon, 175 

Sterling. 230 

\erna 252 

\Vm. K.. 172, 174 
Travis, James, 34. 96 
Treat, Abhie IL, 213 



"(U 



Honor, 394 

Mercy C, 262 

Richard. 194 
Treman, Ellen, 197 

Walter, 197 
Trevalle, Hannah, 337 
Tribout, Estelle, 156 
Tripp, .^nna, 121 

Charles. 196 

Elizabeth. I7t. 3*6 

Freelove, 196 

George, 121 

Humphrey D., 196 

Jamer, 173 

Mary S., 196, 270 

Tamar E., 196 

Walter C, 196 
Trout, .dary I., i^i^ 
Trowbridge, George O., asl 

Tames, 331; (O.). 253 
lennie D., 



- - 253 

Sarah, 33 1; (B.), 
.......... w., .,, (L.), 331. 

Tracy, Cadwallader C, MJ Truman. Kittie, 187 
Harriet R., i»t Trusler, Thonia«, 364 

Mary C, «J| 



Truster, inoman. 304 
Trrncr, Elliabcth, j 



440 



The Fbost Genealoot 



Tocker, Florence, ijo 

Haniuiii. 69 
Tnnison, Edgsr E., S9 

Flori. 89 

Turtibull. , 40* 

Turnrr, AhiRiil, j86 

Cilrt.. i:S, J8ft 

n«n.rl, 3:ft 

KU»ha. tr8 

Eliiabcth, ir* 

Jftinie, 40J 

John. 378 

Joseph, 386 

Nathan, 378 

Sarah, 43. 378. 386 
Tnthill. John. 16, 384 

Mary. 384 

Sarah. 16. 384 
Tuttlc. Abiirail. 384 

Agnfs, 1^6 

Hannah. ^60. 38$ 

Mary. 385; (A.), a(« 

SiHlUfl. 384 

\Vm. T., i6o 

T«TninK. Ellen M., 314 

Tyler. .\(nics. 85 
Charles, 328 
Cynthia M.. 406 
Lillian M.. 406 
Lorenzo D., 406 
Mary. 328. 370 
Mi««. 163 
Samuel. 370 

Tyner. James. J34 

{ohn. 2>4 
■I Hie. 234 
Nancy, 233 
Sarah, 234 



U. 

Ubt. Elizabeth. 89 

Henrietta M., S9 

Henr». 89 
Und'rhill. AW, 5«, sr 

AlH(f.iiI. 38. 42, 43, 79 

Ahraham, 10, 376. IJJ 

Alfred, 374 

Amy. 51. J2, 109, J77 

Anna. 39. 43 

Anne. 39 

Benjamin. 56. Jy 

Benoni. 375 

Charles. 43. 79: (C), 79 

Daniel, to. 2S. J4, 1$. 

^38. 39. •». aij, J7« 

Dand. 376 

Deborah. 43, 375 

Editha. 236 

Elirabeth, 39, 79, 341, 

Emma, 21 J 

E»lhrr, 43, ){ 

frott. 39 

Ceorpr. 39 

Hannah, jo. 126, 37s, 

377 
Helen. 213 
Helena. 23. 37$ 
Henry W., 213 
Jacob. $1, 52. 186, 37«, 

J77 
Jame«, }6, 6« 
)»"<•. 79 

Jemima, 6j. 79, t»9 
Joel, |c 
John, 6, J, t, 9, tj, 17, 

l«, 22. «J, II, J4, ]l, 

41. »«, 7*. 79. If*. 

W, W. ttt. i*$, i7*< 
,J7|. J7« 
John r. J7» 
loaephine, is 
M«rsarct. |f 



Maria, 265 

Mary, 22, 40, sj. 56, 
III. 341. 34i. 375. 376. 

Mercy. 50. $4. 55 
NathAnicI, j6. 338, 374, 

.VS. ,<:<> 
rhcbc. 30, 43. $6, 7*. T*% 

05. iJg, 134. ill 
Rctx-cca, 38, 186 
Rev.. 2,-4 

Samuel. 25. 28, 376; 
„ (J). 213 
Sarah. 39. 42. 43. 54. 55. 

56. 62. 95. 377 
Smith, 31, 39 
Stephen, 43. 79, 1*9 
Susanah. 365 
Thomas. 39. 40, 50, 54, 

55. 56. 62, 71, 9$, 
^377 

Thomas Frost, 8, 39 
Timotheus, 374 
W'm., 375 
Upton. Abigail. 199 

Charlotte. 57, 1:3. tt4, 

202 
Comfort, 113, 114 
Daniel, 114, loS, 199, 

271: fE.), 198 
Demas H., 199 
Dorothy, 199 
Eamond, 114 
Edna, 199 
Edward E., 198 
Eleanor. 114. 198. iyt 
Elizabeth, 199; (C), 19B 
Etta. 148 
Cula. 113. 202 
Harvey. 114. 199 
John J.. 1 14 
>Iar(taret A.. 198 
Mary. 113; (E.), Il4t 

ft.), 272 
inirl*. S5 
Samuel, 113, 114, Ifl, 

Jn2. 772 
Sarah E., 114 
Stephen, 114, 199 
Thomas D.. 27* 
Utter. Isaac. 192 
James L.. 192 
Libbie M.. 19a 
Mary A.. 192 



V. 

Vail. Aaron. 53, 14 

Albrrt. loH 

Alice, 108 

Annn. J3, S4. •«•» (T.), 
I '18 

n<"njamln, 107 

lictsey. 108 

Carolyn, 108 

Celestia. 91 

Charles. 108 

Henry C. 108 

lulia. 108 

Martha. 54 

Mo»e«. 54 

rhe}.e. 92 

.Sarah, in8 

S'llomrm U., tot 

Therfin, 108 

Williim, <4 
Vitrntine, AniM, atl 

( hirl's. 6j 

Cornell!, «|f 

Danlef, 6% 

navld. If, <j, M 

Kllubeth, tt 

Rthellnda, 17 

FrceloTC, |i 



Frost, 63 
George, 68 
Hannah, 63, 68 
Isaac. 63; (R.), 58 

!»cob, 37, 63 
ane, 6t, iij 
en>im.i, 63 
oscph N,, 130 
.cwis, 63 
I.ctitia. 63, 1*4 
Lydia r., 70 
Mary, 6t, 130, a8o 
Phebe. 61, 63 
Sarah, 63 
Theodo'sia, 63 
Thomas, 333 
Townscna, 211 
Wm. M.. 70 
Van .Mystyne. Edward, 237 

Kale B.. 237 
Van Anden, .\lic« H., ai6 
Evelyn, 217 
Edwina, 217 
Frank, 217 
Italia, 217 
Louisa, 217 
Stella, 217 
Wm. M., 217 
Van .\ntwerp, Sarah M,, 
*<5 
Thomas L., 215 
Van Itcn^hoten, Jemima, 

■ 60 
Van Korkeloo, HerfflaB, 

380 
Van Cleef, Lydia H., 230 
Van Cott, Jane. 253 
Vanden Herg, Abram, •14 
Arthur, 214 
Bina, 214 
Frank, 214 
Henrietta, 214 
Horace, 214 
Je»«ir-. 214 
Vandriliilt, Ceorfie, leo 
Margaret, 330 
I'olly, 00 
Van l)ei 
308 

Chester E, 308 
Elizatieth B., 308 
Francis E., 308 
Isabella. 308 
Lydia A., 308 
Mary E., 308 
Minnie B.. 308 
Nathan. 308 
Richard, 308 
Stfplien (i., 301 
Vandrvrndrr, Nancy, 1)0 
Vandrwalrr. Carnline, »%t 
Vandoocr, Jane, 33J 

|Vi<-r II., 335 
Van Dyke, Jan T., 380 
Van Hoesen, Wilbelmina. 

60 
Van Husen, Jane, laa 

Thomas C.. 122 
Van Keuren, Benjamin, J04 

Gertrude, 204 
Van Nostrand, Albert, §77 
Charlea H., 277 
r^rt-nrHa, 277, 291 
KliialKth, J77 
Harriet X.., 277, 196 
Howard Vj tjj 
LouUa, 170 
Thom«« N., j'< 
Van Sickle, Aurlmtj«, laf 

Mlmrd, I2t 
Van {Ilck1«f, Marr. ffl 
Van Vechlen, Jan«, 3«J 
Van Vliet, Elm«f, aft 
Hannah, afi 



Ker, Ambroaa, 



Index 



441 



Van Voorbeet, Eliubeth, 
308 

George, 308 

Helen, 308 

V^'illiam, ]o8 
V«n Wxnliis, Corncllui, 
19S 

Eleanor, 198 

Howard, 198 

Jerome, 108 

Sabra, 198; (A.), 198 
Van Vranken, Abram, 30$ 

Betsey E., 305 

Edwin, 305 

Emily, 30$ 

Garett, 305 

Hannab, 305 

John, 30s 

Manly, 30S 

Mariah C, 305 

Tartulas, 305 
Van NS'agener, EUxabeth, 

John, 173 
Sarah, 173 
Van Wagoner, Mr., 184 
Van Woert, John L., 407 
Lee, 407 
Ruth. 407 
Van Wormer, Jane A-, »*i 
Varick, Jo»eih, 66 

Marjr, 66 
Vennard, William, 336 
Vtrnon, Ann, 211 
August H., 170 
Diana M., 170 
Dorothy E., 170 
Harriet A., 170 
James, 21 1 
Louise, 170 
Mary, ail 
Richarr! A., 170 
Wm. F., I7fi! fW.), 17a 
V«r Valin, David, 117 

Frerlove, ri7 
Ver Vi-lln, Lolie, 117 
Vilet, Sarah D., 110 

Sewell J., mo 
Vilsor, Stephen T., 70 
Vincent, Elizabeth, 92 
Gilbert, 92 
Hepsibelh M., 157 
Phebe, 92 
Virpl. A. M., tS5 

Minnie, 155 
Vogil, Cornelia F., 406 
Vote, l.irdie. 286 

Joseph, 286 
Von Jiaerle, DavM, JJJ 
Von (le Dogart, Kllubctb, 

9> 
Von Horn, Catharine, gt 
Von Marnix, Julianni, g$ 

Rutger, p2 
Voris, Alvin, 241 
Cornelia A., 241 
Floyd T., 241. a*» 
Isaac N., 241 
Martha O., 292 
Mary, 241, 291 
Phebe, 241 
Rulh I,. 29J 
VowelU, John, ll« 
Vredenhurgh, F.Tlat, Mf 
Mtrr A., its 
8artn Ann, ttf 

W, 

VftAMi, Anna, §*$ 
Antoin* I',, i49 
Carolina F,, 171 
Francoii S., tit 
Frank, »4t 



George T., 248 

lames F.. 248; (F. J.). 

148 
John. 171, 148; (F.), 

248: (\V,), aaS 
Jrijcph, 249 
l.ouise R.. 248 
I.vicillc A., 249 
Marie E., 240 
Marv R., 248 
Robert S., 248 
Rosalie G.. 248, 249 
Rosanna(h), 171; (F.), 
171; (L.), 249 
Wadsworth, James, 387 

JfoUy, 387 
Wagor, Corlista J., 199, «7l 
Jennie, 272 
Philetus, 272 
AVainwright, Deborah, 14S 
Wakeman. Martha, 39a 
Mary S., 97 
Samuel, 391 
Wm. A., 97 
Waldron, Hannah, 91 
Walker, Daniel, 119 
trank, 119 
Niar^ li., aoj 
Matilda, 119 
Mrs., 142 
Sarah, 119 
Wall, Thomas, 346 

»i/a .ace, , 400 

Abigail, 297 
Jacob, 297 
James, 207 
Lucy, 297 
Mary. 85, 297 
Rachel, 85 
Samuel, 85 
Sarah, 297 
Uriah, 297 
Wm., 207 
Wal.h ..ic 
Wallrrmire, 



Maria L., 178 
Martha, 353 
Randall, 24S 
Rhuda A., 256 
Rich:ird W., 224 
Wa^'on, David, 13J 



Jane, 235 
Lucy, 21 



Walter V., 135 
Waterbury, Sarah, 17S 
Waterman. Julia, 243 

Martha K., 243 

Wm. A., 243 
Waters, Abner H., 195 

Adeline, 195 

Julia, 195 
Watson, Elirabeth, 391 
389. 39« 



H., 27J 

Catherine 



iohana, 385 
ohn, 391 
,uke, 389, 



J.. 



F-liiabeth, 174, 171 
Garret, 175 
George, 175 
James, 91 
Jane, 91 
John, gi 
William, 91 
Walters, Amy, 60 
Levada, 319 
Margaretta B., 406 
Thomas- 60 
WaT'lflarr, Rebecci, ft 
Wansor Charlea, J 
Ward, A. !••., .12J 
Amy, 370 
Maltha, C4 
William, 370 
Warin- Kliiabeth, 3»7 
Warner, Ann, 33$ 

Ellen J.. 23s 
Emeline. 235 
Francis, 235 
Mahala, 23s 
James 23J 
John R., .13$ 
Monroe, 235 
Suaan, 23J 
Warren, Carrie A., fit 
Daniel, i6« 
Jeremiah, i6t 
Lydla, i6j 
Wtthhmnd), Ctofifl4la, tfd 
P.dith, 224 
Elbert, 17! 
F.tra, fjA 
CUdya, Ml 
Lillian, «4f 
Lydla, 79. 147 



391 
Susanna, 389, 391 
Watt, Jean, 279 
Watts, Ellen, 287 
Way, Florence M., 193 

Maynard M., 193 
Weaver, Almeda, 155 
j.izada, iss 
Hugh M., 155 
Webber, .>ettie L., Ill 
Weed, Anise, 93 
Charity, 137 
Ella v., 295 
Frank A., 295 
Georgene, 295 
John H., 137 
Leah H. 295 
Mariah, 93 

Marv 91: (E.), 137 
Micajah, 93 
Nancy. 93 
Wm. H., 137 
Wright Frost, 137 
Weerlrn, Emma J., 19] 
Maude A., 393 
Mnry J., 29.1 
Willard I)., 293 
Weeks— Wickea, Abel, S<, 
377 . 
Alexander B., 105 
Anna L., 212 
Anneje, 350 
Annetje. 351 
Benjamin, 335 
Charlotte T., ai4 
Clara. 215 
Daniel, 199 
David, 201 

Dnrntby, 2I7i (J.). »«« 
Edward F.. 280 
Elinr.r F., 215 
Ell/abrlh, 49, 97. aTTr 
351. 35a. 3'l<» 



346, 351. 
Ellen, j\t 
i.milr. 109; (E.), 101 
Emma, j8o 
Ethclinda, 280 
Francis, 9, 346, 3S«. 35* 
Freelove, 214. 280 
Hannah, 105 
Henrietta W.. 212, fIJ, 

j8o 
Howard F., tit 
Imngcne, 214, aSo; (F.), 

Jacob M., lit, l8« 

Jacobua, 351 

lame*, 56, 94 

Jan, 35' 

Jane, 280 

John, 61, 111, 111. J|0| 

(i , 114. '■)• «B« 
Joaepb, 7> >J> U. «9S> 

]S> 
Margaret, 111. iSo, JS«t 



442 



The Fbost Gemealoot 



Week »- \V iclc »— Con t'd. 
Martrarrt M., til 
Martha, m 
Manr, c6, 1)0, 

(F), ai4 
NaUlie F., 413 
Nathaniel, tos 
NKbolat, jfj %»t 
Vht\>r. 7; (E.), «9S 
Sachrl, 95, ii« 
Kh'Mla. J3» 
Ruth, 101 
Simanthr, los 
Samufl, ;, ij, jjl 

2f,o 
Sarah, 5;, 56, 9f, »l$, 

"7, i'ji. 377! 

Suunnah, 94 

Thofnaa, 05, J51 

To>rn»«id, ji 

Willct. 214, J17, 
(E), iis 

William A., 280; (M.), 
I JO, 212, 217, 3S0 
AVciss. Sarah, 40s 
Welch, Laura, 99 

Mary, 287 
W>lh. Caroline, 2J4 

Charlrs. 153; (F.), 134 

Craven. 234 

I>>cy. 2J4 

Edward, 289 

Florence E-, 234 

John B., 2J4 

Julia H.. 153; (M.). tSt 

Samuel. 234 



««0J 



(M.), 



<F,), 



«8o; 



Sarah, 234 

Sophia r., 234 

William. 356; (H.), tUi 
(M.). 2J^ 
Wence, Ahraham, 2J4 

Leander, 234 

Mary, 234 

Norma C. 234 

Sophia F., 234 
Wetidover, Eleanor, 3JI 

Herculea. 331 

Janf. 331 

Peter. 331 

William. 331 
We«sel. Charle* C., 224 

^cannie C, 224 
^ e«t, Andrew F., 304 

Caroline. 304. 31* 

Oiarlr« J., 244 

CharloKr. (75 

K/l»«r.| p., 304-3IJ 

Harrirtt-, 3-,4, 312J (J,), 

Iu«;, 175 

iane, 1 00 
Ifnnie C, 244 
4ia<. 160 

Mary. 244 

P.murl, 304 
Wrl».»f»It, Mary, 344 
W'tft, I,»*U, ]j« 

K.Urfi, 1,1 
Weji-K.n. ^r.,fgr, 197 

Malvitia A., laj, iji 
. Polir. 197 
Wheidon, John, 3(1 

Mary, tj. 
M heeler. Edward T., SSO 

Elizabeth, 134, tt«, 194 

Emelie D., 258 

Ephraini, 390 

Gertrude fc.. ajS 

Hrpnbrth M.. ify 

James L.. 2^8 

John T., a 58 

Jenatliaa E.. 137 

Miriaa. 381 



Mo»«i, 38: 

Fhehe V., 157 
Sarah T., 213 
Vi'iiite, Bartow, 139 ' 

Vr., 139 

Kt>eneMr, 73 

Kliral>rth, 109, l6j 

Euphemia, 139 

Hannah, 103 

Helen, ri 

ll<^lrtia. 163 

llrnry, 163 

hi'lilli, 6H. 126 

I^eynard, 103 

L«iii»a, 201 

Martha, 61 

Sylvanij., 74 
Whilrhrad, iJanlel, § 

John I'., 164 

NIarirlte. 164 

Mary, 6 
Whilnry, Adelia, 20« 

Agnei ..., 245 

DeWitt, 24$ 

Eliza A.. 24J 

Emma, 201 

Fayette, 245 

Floyd F.. 24$ 

Henry. 201 

Isadore, 200 

Julia. 236 

Laura, 201 

Lena, 24J 

Mary, 41 ; (A.), 200 

Milo, 200 

Sar.ih, 41 

Scth. 41 
Whitson, Amey, 69 

Amos, 69 

Hannah. 69 

Keriah, 123 
WickcK — See Weeka 
Wickham. Catherine, 33a 

Gideon, 366 

Lucretia, 366 
Smith. 3J2 
Wi^Rins, htizauetb, 400 

Sarah, 331 
William, 400 
Wightman, Frederic H., 



Willelv- Willttts 
Ahram, 123 
Amelia, 123 
Amy, 69 
Hion A., 123 
F-dward F., I2J 
Elizahelh, 123, aoj 
Elmore A., 206 
Harriett A., ao6 
Helen, 206 



I«aac 



Henrietta, tat, Je4 

:, 123, ao6 
Jiicoh, 40 
Joi 



2-'^ 

Harriet A., 274 

Je«<e E., 274 

I>oui« D., 274 

Mary I., 274 

Neva G., 274 

B. A„ 274 

Kenfrew A,, J74 

Mnth H , 274 
Wllher, Al.idsll, ll« 

Alljert, 118 

Andrew >.. 118 

Carrie, 118 

Dorcan. 118 

George W„ 1)8 

Hnnnah, tl8 

Mnrla, I iM, tot 

M.ty, ||« 

Nuil.sn, iiS 

I'aiilliie, 118 

ITirhe 118 
Wilce, EHwina, 217 
Wilcox. Ilenjimln, 9| 

Daniel, 93 

Erra, 183 

Froit. 93 

Jonathan. 93 

Julia A., 183 

Fhebe, 93 

Roseanna. 93 

Sarah, 183 
Wilder, Lillie. »< 

Wm. Hi, »26 
Wilkina, Dorinda, 243 



onah, 123 
ulia, 206 
oriard F„ 1231 (W,), 
206 

I^etilla, 63, 124 
Mary, 23. 46. t2i; (H,), 

123, 206; (U.), IJ4 
Sarah, 213; (F.), 123, JOf 
Williams — Williamaon 
Alanson, 178 
Ann, 245 

Annie, 178; (J.), 3$5 
Carrie, 199 
Catherine, 197 
Carlos F., 25$ 
Charlen E., 242 
Clara U., 254: (R-), *A*. 

292 
Pavid, 206 
Desire, 247 
Edwin, 199 
Eliiabeth C, 255 
Emma, 205 
Esther M., 25$ 
Frank. 178 

Fred A., 255: (B.), ass 
Griffin, iii 
Harriet A., 255J (S.), 

242 
Harry St. John, 2SJ 
Hester, 178 
Isaac D., 178 
Jaraei, 178; (F.), I7«, 

254. ass „, 
John, 345: (F.), 2S$ 
Julia, 306 
Katharine M., 2»- 
Leonard W.. 206 
Lillian E., 255 
Lizzie, 334 

Louis L., 206; (W.), a4« 
Louise, 277 
Lysanus W,, 24J 
^f«rearet, 197, 269 ,_ ^ 
Mary, ill. «7"( (K.), 
l»8, 2Si; <0,). «(l| 
(il,), 284! (V,), 17! 
Maryelt, 176 
Mrs., 337 
Obediah. 197 
Phfbe. in; (F.), fff 
Robert, 6. 19, Ji4 
Rneer, H%t 
Rtilt, 2I1 
Kt.tfi, (9' 
Kamli, 17I 
8elh C, $4t 
Rophie, iAi 
Stepiien F., 178 
Susan E.. in 
Temperance, 46 
Tharza, 242 
Villetta B., 25$ 
William, 293; (D.), •!( 
Willis. Lillian. 167 
Mary, 127, ai3 
Sarah, 12s 
WilloTer, Chrittopber, S3 
Eli. 155 
Emma, 155 
Hannah, 83 



Index 



44S 



Willovfr, Harrer, iss 
Hetty. 8j 
Ha, 155 

John, By. (A.), tit 
iilia, 83 
IrrtndM, 155 ' 
Mintrva, 83 
I'li'br, 8j 
finrah J., I5g 
Willlnm. 15. 
WilrnnnilonU, Ahrahiin, jai 
Wllmot, I'rrrlove, 6« 

Waller, 6r. 
WlUry, Snrnti T., «og 
Wll.rm, Anna L,, afg 
(Inrn J'., 335 

Mrnry, 285 

M/irjf A,, 30J 

MntiMa, 140 

I'olly, 81 

Sarah, 346 , 

William, 346 
Winans, Mary, 19a 
Winjf, Dorcan, 326 

Rachel, 168 
Winnlow, Margaret, 34J 
Winter, Lydia, 151 
Winters, Mary, 83 
Winthrop, Adam, 346, 347, 

- 350 

Apnes, 346 

Alice, 346, 347 

Anne, 341, 347. 350 

Elizabeth. 8, 33. 341, 347, 

,352. 375 

Henry. 8. 2a, 341, 347 

Tonne, 346 

John. 32, 341, 345, 347, 

,350. 356. 376 

Marijaret, 347 

Sarah, 347 

Thomas, 340 
Wixom, AdelbeYt P., 494 

Alice, 2^0 

Anna C., 195, 269 

Caleb, 197; (C.), 19$. 
2*9. .i95 

Catherine W., 197, 26<) 

Charles, 195, 196, 370 

Clinton W., 294 

Elbert C, 269 

Elizabeth, 196; (L.), 
294 

Flmrr H., 294 

Elnalhan, 195, 196; (P.), 
2^19, 204 

F.Klber VV,, 2«9, 194 

J'r»nrl, H., 19J 

FrnnU, 2^9, 204 

Crnrnr, ig^, 196, »70 

Ciladys, 294 

Grace A., 294 

Harriet, 294 

Henriftia, 269 

lUntf M,, 270 

H'^wurd, «79 

I-yll*, 10(11 (J,), f<la| 
(M), 2941 (tt), $69, 

, 370, 205 

Marcaret C, 269 

MarUn A,, 269 

Martha, (95. 196, a70 

Mary, 195, 19(5, 270 

Parker, 196; (E.), «70 

Rou, 270 

Rose E., 294 

Stephm B., 270 

Thomaa C, 269 

William, 195, 196, 169, 
270: (L.). 269, 394 
Wodhull— (tee Wooainll 
WoKOtt, Nettie, 355 
Wooil, Abrabaai, too 



Alice H., J73 

Amy E., 273 

Annrew A., aoe 

Arthur T., 37J 

C. DIrta, 200, »7| 

Caroline, 200 

Clinton, 370 

Cornelia, 373 

Kdwin, no 

Kliira A., 200 

Kliziihrth, 61, 394 

K«lhrr, 383 

Crorge, 17 

Ilrlrn, nj 

r.iinr, «, 

lane, 110 
ihn T., 200, 37J 

lonn«, 127 

Lucy, 107 

Maria, 331 

Mary, 127 

Oleta M., 273 

Rosa, 270 

Sarah, 94 

Susan, loi 

Suianna, 83, 157 
Woodhull, Bradley, 308 

Hannah, 329 

Tosrphine F., 329 

Josiah T., 329 

Lulu. 320 

Martha E., 308 

Richard, 17 

Thomas Frost, 329 
Woodin, Hannah, 383 

Henry, 383 
Woodnutt, Annie E., 3I< 

Catharine A., 379 

Grace A., 279 

Hannah. 212; (F.), 379 

Henrietta W., 313 

Henry C.. 212, 379 

Howard P., 279 

Ida, 279 

Josi-phine, 279 

Margaret D., 313 

Mary E., 379; (H.), aia 

I'aul C, 212, 279 

Thomas W., 31* , 
Woodworth, Lemuel, S9t 

Lydia, igt 

Nancy, 191 
Woollev, Dean, 153 

Iennie, 153 
n.r,,h v.. Ill 
arnh H., ill 
WooNrv, Abliral), 4 
Anenath, 323 
Itrniamfn, *C j6 
Dfborah, 36 
George, 36 
Hannah, 36 
Tohn, 36 

ionnthan, 323 
o.^'ph. 36 
>brr,a, 33J 

Pnfah, v 

Vl..klla, ,irt 
Wordrn, llenjamln, |l 

Sarah, 11 
Worlry, Christine, tu 
Worth. Anna. 1891 (V.), 
iRo 

Caroline, 189 

Edward H., 189 

Margaret. 189 

William P., 189 
Wray, Frederick, 30J 

George, 303 

Mary, 203 
Wright, Aaron, 73 

Abijab, 75 

Abraham, 74 

Alice, 37 



Ann. 19, 30, 330; (E.)t 

Anthony, 20, 31, 346 
Heniamin, 74. 75, 83, 138 

Caleb, 112 

Cannie H., 264 

Catharine, 138 

Caroline, 169 

Charles, 31 

Charlotte, 138 

Cordrlia, 138 

Daniel, 41, 75. 338, 339, 

371, 373; (D.), 70 
Davl.l, 74. 75 
Deborah. 36 
Kbrnrrrr, 73, l6tf 
KdiMiind. 8 
Edward, 20, 166 
Elizabctti, 26, 74. 75, s<4> 

jao. 339 
Ethelannah, 58 
EMher, 74, 338, 339 
Fanny, 338 
Formen, 138 
Frances, 340 
Gideon, 346 
Hannah, 27. 75. «54. »73. 

M^. 3,19. 37'. 373 
Harrison H.. 364 
Jacob, 27 

James. 42. 74. 338. 339 
Job 27, 331 _ . 

John, 20, 166. 338; (C), 

169 

Jonathan, 58 
osejih, 74 
^eriah, 27 
Lillie A., 166 
Louise, 169 
Margaret, 163 
Marian, 166 
Martha, 74. 75. ^i . , ^ 
Mary, 27, 132; (A.), 

13R; (F.). 70 
Mattie, 166 

Micajah, 75. 338. i39 . 
MilliccTit. 74. 75. 03. 338, 

.140 
Nicholas, 19, 30. 31, 37 
Peter, ao, 21, 37 
Pbebe, 338, 339: (E.). 

166 
Rachel, 27, 28, 41, 4a. 75f 

3.1«. 339, 340. 371. 178 
Rebecca, 10, 20, 3S3 
Kobrrt, 166 
Ruth, 339 ^^ 
Sally A.. I«« 
Sarah, 41, 131, 338, 339> 

Susan, 138 

Thomas, 20 

William, 28, 13a 
WytiWoop, Abraham, 39f 

Anne, 39$ 

Ilfni>-T.ln, lOJ 

f;r,eli.,m, 391 

G.la..l, yi\. 391 

ll».iri.ili, ^<)l 

John. ,95 

Martha, 395 

Peter, 395 _ 

Yelverton, T.ucy E., «Jt 
Yfomans. /~ bigall, 161 

Ampelias, 161 

Jane, 161 
York, Hiram, 109 

Sarah, 109 
Yost, Daniel. 169 

Esther, 169 

Jamea, 169 

Tobn S., 1(9 

Nicholas, 169 

Phcb«, 169 



444 Thz Fbost Geneai^oot 

Vost RoMnna, 169 Edward H., 186 Martin. 163 

Rath. 169 Elirabeth, J15 Mercer, jp 

Wm. Frost. 169 Emma C 401 Ro»€ J., 163 

Youmanf. Anna E., S0| Hannah, it;, 18* RosetU, i6j 

Howard. 105 Kale. Jl" (C), JIS S*"''' '*•)'<. 

Yiranr. Ann*. i8< Marlorle F.. 21* Thomaa. 16. j«4 

Archer E.. ail PbelW. 186; (S). iM Yule, Annie 8.. }l« 

Blanche, iM Rebecca U., iM MlriMi U, «•« 

Oarcncc E.. ie« W«tt«r X.. «IS ..O™?." '*• *** 

Edith M^ iM Yeong*. John. t%6 Zinc. Mary, <i4 



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